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Richard Westwood-Brookes

Auctioneer

Mullock's Auctions

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Mullock's Auctions

United Kingdom

Company Description

Established in 1996, Mullock's is proud to be one of Europe's specialist auction houses, and home to some of the most prestigious sales including sporting memorabilia, vintage fishing tackle and historical documents. We are centrally-located in Shropshire whic...more

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January 2013 - Art History News - by Bendor Grosvenor

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'The historical significance of this portrait cannot be denied,' said Richard Westwood-Brookes of Mullock's.


news.nationalpost.com

"Items which date from the time of the Maharaja and bear indications of a direct link to him are obviously of the greatest rarity," Richard Westwood-Brookes of Mullock's Auctioneers told the Tribune in India last month.


THE SIKH NUGGET: April 2014

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Mullock's auctioneer Richard Westwood-Brookes, who was involved in the original sale, said: "It was a potentially unique piece with historic connections to the most famous of all rulers of Punjab.


www.washingtonpost.com

For those looking for money-makers, Richard Westwood-Brookes, a historical documents specialist at Mullock's Auctioneers, told the Telegraph he recommends purchasing items such as cheap tea-towels and trays, or even paper napkins that most people will throw away, which might increase their scarcity in the market.


www.desiblitz.com

Mullock's auctioneer, Richard Westwood-Brookes said: "The specimen of blood was given with his permission to the family because they regarded it as sacred."
Auctioneer, Westwood-Brookes is adamant that auctions are much better safe houses than museums: "Not all museums are as secure as other museums, or as well looked after. If someone has spent £115,000 for a letter, we know that they are going to look after it," he said. gandhi will "If someone doesn't spend a lot of money on preserving it, it will molder away, I'm certain about this," he added.


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