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Old 18-09-22, 07:51 PM
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Default Auctioneers Sydney, advice needed

Following the death of my brother in law my sister in law has been left with a quantity of Militaria, would there be an auctioneers in or around the Sydney area that can be recommended or perhaps should not go to, I think she's already sent some pictures to a company called lawsons but I would be grateful for any advice in helping her in selling it.

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Old 18-09-22, 09:16 PM
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Andy,

A very reputable auctioneers for militaria here:-

https://www.noble.com.au/

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Old 19-09-22, 07:46 AM
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Lawsons mainly deals in general items including antiques. I would definitely recommend Nobles who specialises in numismatics and militaria.
I have bought and sold a lot of items from Nobles in Sydney and usually attend his militaria auctions.
I would be interested to know what is for sale. Maybe we can save some of the sellers and bidders fees.
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Agree with Kingsley.
Nobles would get them to the notice of most collectors in Australia (and even some overseas).
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