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Taxidermy Sale at Dukes

Published on: 21st April 2010
By Alacrify

Taxidermy Sale at Dukes

A collection of Victorian taxidermy from a closed museum has been auctioned in Dorchester, totalling £280,000.  Over 200 pieces from the Brading Experience, on the Isle of Wight, were being sold after it closed in January following a fall in visitor numbers.  Read the full story on the BBC

We helped Dukes prepare a special selection of sale highlights on their website prior to the auction:

Citroen Tourer for sale at auctionThey will be auctioning a collection of vintage cars and "automobilia" from the same collection in a sale on 15th May.


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