ANTIQUES QUIZ: What's it Worth? With Greenslade Taylor Hunt

ANTIQUES QUIZ: What's it Worth? With Greenslade Taylor Hunt

ANTIQUES QUIZ: What's it Worth? With Greenslade Taylor Hunt

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Greenslade Taylor Hunt holds monthly antiques sales at its Octagon Salerooms in East Reach, Taunton.

Each week, we're asking if you can guess the price fetched by one of the lots from the last sale.

This week, a portrait of a gentleman in a full wig and green jacket by a follower of Sir Godfrey Kneller (1646-1723), pictured below.

This is The West Country:

 

Guess by clicking below.

SCROLL DOWN FOR THE ANSWER.

This is The West Country: GTH Octagon saleroom Taunton

The Octagon Salerooms in East Reach, Taunton (TA1 3HL), open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5.30pm and Saturdays 9am-12.30pm. Free valuation mornings take place every Monday from 9am to 1pm.

Dates for your diary:

  • March 7 – Collectors sale
  • April 3 – Monthly antiques sale
  • April 4 – Spring west country sporting sale
  • May 1 – Monthly antiques sale
  • June 5 – Monthly antiques sale
  • June 7 – Collectors sale, including vintage fashion and homeware
  • July 3 – Monthly antiques sale
  • August 7 – Monthly antiques sale
  • September 4 – Monthly antiques sale
  • September 6 – Collectors sale including WWI memorabilia
  • October 2 – Monthly antiques sale
  • October 3 – Autumn west country sporting sale
  • November 8 – Monthly antiques sale
  • December 4 – Monthly antiques sale
  • December 5 – Collectors sale

Sales start at 10am. Viewing: Previous Saturday, 9am-12.30pm and two days prior to sale, 9am to 5pm.

SOLD! For £550. More What's it Worth? next week.

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