Tullochs has made some exciting changes and you can now view our whole catalogue online and even place your absentee bids online as sealed bids. Just browse the lots at Tullochs online catalogues and sign up as a bidder- once you have a username and password leaving an absentee bid is as simple as signing in to register for the auction you are interested in and leaving your highest bid- we will bid up to your maximum on your behalf (as cheaply as possible, taking into account reserves and other bids).
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Tullochs Auctions is Tasmania's favourite auction house, selling fine art, antiques, jewellery, collector cars, quality general goods and more.
You can find such treasures as artworks by Haughton Forrest, Andrea Locatelli, W.B Gould, John Glover, huon pine furniture and Sargison's spoons in our antique and collectables auctions, a Ford XB Falcon coupe or a Vincent motorcycle at our collector car auctions, or maybe you need a fridge? You might pick one up at our general goods auctions!
To us, buying at auction shows you are savvy enough to sniff out a bargain and a rare treasure, it is ecologically friendly and expresses individuality, it is great way to find truly unique decorator pieces and household essentials.
Buying at auction isn't for a select few, it is for everyone and after all... why would you buy retail?
Pick yourself up a treasure in rooms or online at Tullochs Online Auctions
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Superior Antique Auction 29th November 2017
Our next Auction should not be missed, it features the collection of the late B. Sundstrup which included some of the most important pieces of huon pine, and the most comprehensive collections of treen in the country, featured in publications. The auction features the only known pair of matching birdseye huon pine occasional tables in existence, having been in the collection of William (Bill ) Mitchell who had the largest and best collection of early colonial Huon pine furniture in Australia, his daughter the late Anne Sundstrup inherited them eventually ending up with the late Dr. Bertel Sundstrup. This is the first time they have been offered to the public, having been in the same family since the early 1900’s.
We are also pleased to present the large Haughton Forrest oil painting “Clipper of iron Pot Lighthouse” which comes with a certificate of authenticity.
We two smaller Haughton Forrest oil landscapes, watercolours by John Glover and many other pieces of attractive and important art.
Of particular historical interest we have a unique Thylacine trap from the Rocky Cape area in working and preserved condition and a colonial rug made of feral cat pelts.
There are too many objects of interest and value as well as fine pieces of furniture to list here but the whole catalogue with photographs can be found at Tullochs Auctions Catalogues