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Horners Valuers & Auctioneers

Selling since 1890, the trading name of Horners has been adopted to cover the businesses that formerly traded as Horners, Jonathan Howlett and Howlett & Edrich. A long tradition of country auctions has developed from the agricultural origins to the present specialist auctions of antiques, fine art and collectables which have a worldwide following. Horners is a family business run by Charles, Henry & Jane Horner-Glister. Acle became known as the gateway to the Norfolk Broads and is...

Selling since 1890, the trading name of Horners has been adopted to cover the businesses that formerly traded as Horners, Jonathan Howlett and Howlett & Edrich. A long tradition of country auctions has developed from the agricultural origins to the present specialist auctions of antiques, fine art and collectables which have a worldwide following.

Horners is a family business run by Charles, Henry & Jane Horner-Glister.

Acle became known as the gateway to the Norfolk Broads and is located just off the A47, about 15 minutes drive from Norwich and Great Yarmouth. A market charter was granted to Acle in 1253, during the reign of King Henry III, and it has remained an important market therefrom.

Howlett & Edrich established their auction business on the present site in Acle in 1919 and it continues as a successful auction centre to the present day. 

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Selling since 1890, the trading name of Horners has been adopted to cover the businesses that formerly traded as Horners, Jonathan Howlett and Howlett & Edrich. A long tradition of country auctions has developed from the agricultural origins to the present specialist auctions of antiques, fine art and collectables which have a worldwide following.

Horners is a family business run by Charles, Henry & Jane Horner-Glister.

Acle became known as the gateway to the Norfolk Broads and is located just off the A47, about 15 minutes drive from Norwich and Great Yarmouth. A market charter was granted to Acle in 1253, during the reign of King Henry III, and it has remained an important market therefrom.

Howlett & Edrich established their auction business on the present site in Acle in 1919 and it continues as a successful auction centre to the present day. 

room
  • Acle Auction Gallery,
  • Old Norwich Road,
  • Acle,
  • Norfolk,
  • NR13 3BY,
  • United Kingdom
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