Tis the season to shop. But don’t get dazzled by Black Friday deals. This is the time of year to think carefully about buying ‘pre-loved’ items for loved ones (and yourself).
Whether gallantry medals or campaign honours, full groups or individual items, the medals and medallions market can offer a wide range of fascinating collecting options.
A collection of props, posters and other items owned by the late magician Paul Daniels is coming to auction on November 23-24.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is just around the corner, which means it’s time for England’s football fans to start reliving – once again – agonising defeats of the past.
A brooch containing a lock of hair from Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) and a bookcase made from the wreck of Nelson’s former flagship HMS Foudroyant have both been snapped up at auction.
While the Royal Mews provided a selection of Rolls-Royces and Daimlers, the late Diana, Princess of Wales far preferred to be at the wheel of her own car, albeit with a detective in the passenger seat, a member of The Royalty Protection Command SO14.
Any story involving the Colman family of Norwich will involve the phrase ‘keen as mustard’. So here we go: Sir Jeremiah Colman, 1st Baronet (1859-1942) was keen as mustard on cricket.
Red is the ultimate colour pop for an interior.