Auctioneers, Valuers of Fine art,
Antiques & Collectors Items


15 September 2014
INDIAN WATERCOLOURS STEAL LIMELIGHT AT THE CANTERBURY AUCTION GALLERIES Poor condition fails to deter London buyer who paid £21,000 for cartoons of East India cadet’s career
15 September 2014
31 July 2014
As well as our usual Friday morning valuation sessions (held weekly between 10am and 1pm in our Canterbury saleroom), we will be holding two extra sessions in August: 
25 July 2014
We're holding a valuation morning at the offices of Champion & Co, The Green, Saltwood, CT21 4PS on 26th July between 9.30am and 1pm This free valuation morning is open to the general public with no need to book. We hope to see you there!
17 June 2014
A ‘WHITE GLOVES SALE’ Historic dispersal of The Gregory, Bottley & Lloyd Collection of Minerals, Fossils and Natural History Curiosities is a sell-out at The Canterbury Auction Galleries
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8 June 2014
COME INTO THE GARDEN ... AND BRING YOUR ANTIQUES AND COLLECTABLES Specialists from The Canterbury Auction Galleries to stage free valuation day at Hole Park on Tuesday June 24
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8 June 2014
The Canterbury Auction Galleries are pleased to announce that we will be holding a free valuation day on 24th June at -  Hole Park, TN17 4JA between 10am and 3pm There's no need to make an appointment - simply come along!
5 June 2014
Ceramics & Glassware Valuation Afternoon Friday 27th June 2pm-4.30pm With specialist, Justin Ball   To be held in the saleroom: 40 Station Road West, Canterbury, CT2 8AN   To Book: Contact Chris Wacker - 01227 763337
10 May 2014
  A Valuation Morning on 10th May will be held at the offices of Colebrook Sturrock, 19 Market Street, Sandwich, Kent, CT13 9DA between 9.30am and 1pm. Managing Director Tony Pratt and Consultant Tina Rackham will be in attendance to value any item you are able to bring to show them.  There's no need to book - just come along! 
24 April 2014
CHINESE BUYERS TAKE CREAM OF THE CROP AT THE CANTERBURY AUCTION GALLERIES Any notions that the ardour among Chinese collectors and dealers for buying in the UK had cooled were dispelled during the Two Day sale at The Canterbury Auction Galleries when almost all the top lots were purchased by bidders in the East or with associations there.