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SHEPPARD'S DUBLIN AND PROVINCIAL SALE: 25-27 NOVEMBER 2014

Militaria • Old masters • Irish silver • Important watches • Fine wines • Porcelain • Early maps • Books • Irish furniture • Gold coins • Orientalist art

We are now seeking entries for Sheppard's Dublin and Provincial Sale auction to be held in Durrow. This event is inspired by the rich decorative, fine art heritage of Dublin and the provinces of Ireland. Consignments of items that are of a type and value typically sold at Sheppard's are always welcome. Please feel free to contact us directly for a complimentary valuation of your property.

CONSIGNMENT DEADLINE: 11:00 am Friday 24 November 2014.

Auctioneer: Michael Sheppard 086 805 0639
Auction co-ordinator: Michelle Brophy 057 874 0000

ENQUIRIES

Michelle Brophy
+353 57 874 0000
info@sheppards.ie

Michael Sheppard
+353 86 805 0639
michael.sheppard@sheppards.ie

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27 SEPTEMBER 2014
CURIOUS COLLECTIBLES AT SHEPPARD'S SALE
The sumptuous Taj Mahal in Agra is India' most famous building - a white marble mausoleum built in the 17th century by a grief-stricken Mughal emperor in honour of his third wife who died during childbirth. With an estimate of €3,000-€5,000, it's one of the most eye-catching lots in Sheppard's three-day auction which begins in Durrow, Co Laois on Tuesday (September 30th) where viewing starts today. Continue reading...

13 SEPTEMBER 2014
BOOKS BY THE BARROW
Today and tomorrow between 10am and 6pm, the Town of Books Festival, now in its 13th year, takes place in Graiguenamanagh, Co Kilkenny - in the Barrow Valley and about two hours from Dublin via the M9 motorway. Sheppard's Irish Auction House, a new participant in the festival, will offer free valuations and advice on selling rare books. Continue reading...

30 AUGUST 2014
SHEPPARD'S OPEN OFFICE IN D4
In a further sign of improving business sentiment, Sheppard's auctioneers has announced the opening of a Dublin office at 120 Pembroke Road in Ballsbridge. The move will increase competition in the capital's fine art and antiques market. Continue reading...

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