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A SPECIAL PRIVATE COLLECTION 19 JULY

On July 19th, John Nicholson’s will be running a special auction of Classic Cars; Tractors and Motor Bikes from the Chris Upjohn Collection. This will follow the Fine Antique sale and will start at 2.00pm.

Chris Upjohn was a local farmer from Fernhurst who then moved to Devon. He collected cars, bikes and tractors all his life and we are very pleased to be selling some of these on the 19th.

For any enquiries, please contact us on 01428 653727 or email: sales@johnnicholsons.com.

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If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01428 653727 or sales@johnnicholsons.com.

 

 

JOHN NICHOLSON’S ARE HIRING!

PORTERS REQUIRED

Please Note: Job Involves Heavy Lifting

We are looking for applicants with a mature, can-do attitude. Experience not essential as training will be given while you work. Need to be available for weekday and weekend work.

For further details contact Alex Chalcraft T: 01428 653727 or sales@johnnicholsons.com

 

AUCTIONS IN 2018

March

General – Saturday 10 March
Oriental – Wednesday 21 March
Fine Antique – Thursday 22 March
Fine Paintings – Wednesday 28 March

April

General Auction – Saturday 7 April
Oriental & Indian collection – Wednesday 18 April
Fine Antique – Thursday 19 April
Fine Paintings – Wednesday 25 April

May

General – Saturday 5 May
Oriental – Wednesday 16 May
Fine Antique – Thursday 17 May
Fine Paintings – Wednesday 23 May

June

General – Saturday 2 June
Oriental – Wednesday 13 June
Fine Antique – Thursday 14 June
Fine Paintings – Wednesday 20 June

JOHN NICHOLSON’S SPONSOR TREK TO PERU IN AID OF ST LUKE’S CANCER CENTRE

Congratulations go to Alexandra Virley and Tom Everard, who have just completed a four-day trek to Machu Picchu in Peru, to raise money for St Luke’s Cancer Centre at the Royal Surrey Hospital. They raised well over £4,500 in aid of a great cause. Alexandra was trekking for very personal reasons, having lost her father and sister to cancer in the last couple of years.