With our January auction catalogues already available to view online, Dominic Winter Auctioneers are confident that the broad and varied range of rare antiquarian books and desirable first editions for sale will appeal to a broad international audience.
A bumper sale held over two days, with viewing by appointment and no room-bidding in accordance with government instructions, proved one of Dominic Winter Auctioneers’ best-ever performances and a bravura demonstration of the resilience and buoyancy of the market for rare books, maps and works on paper.
We are pleased to offer restricted public viewing of the 24/25 June auction. These viewings are available on weekdays from Friday 12 June to Tuesday 23 June. Places are discretionary, and strictly by pre-booked timed appointment only. To book an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01285 860006, and provide details of the lots you would like to examine.
With our April sales postponed on government advice, Dominic Winter Auctioneers can reflect on a record-breaking 2019 in which outstanding results across the year’s 22 sales produced a combined hammer total of £5.5 million. The undoubted highlight was the single-owner sale of the Library and Pictures of the Late Martin Woolf Orskey (1925-2018) on 26 June.
On 26 June 2019 Dominic Winter sold the library and pictures of the late Martin Woolf Orskey (1925-2018), one of the most significant collections of its kind to come to auction in recent years.