House contents auctions in Cavan and Waterford

Next Sunday, June 23rd, auctioneer Damien Matthews will sell the contents of Drumbar House, Cavan town at 2pm. Viewing takes place on Saturday. The house, originally part of the Farnham Estate, was home to the McCarren family and was recently sold to a couple from Hong Kong. Estimates for the more than 600 lots range from €20 to €15,000.

Next Sunday, June 23rd, auctioneer Damien Matthews will sell the contents of Drumbar House, Cavan town at 2pm. Viewing takes place on Saturday. The house, originally part of the Farnham Estate, was home to the McCarren family and was recently sold to a couple from Hong Kong. Estimates for the more than 600 lots range from €20 to €15,000.

 

House contents auctions held on the premises are popular with bidders as they allow items to be viewed in situ.

Next Sunday, June 23rd, auctioneer Damien Matthews will sell the contents of Drumbar House, Cavan town at 2pm. Viewing takes place on Saturday. The house, originally part of the Farnham Estate, was home to the McCarren family and was recently sold to a couple from Hong Kong. Estimates for the more than 600 lots range from €20 to €15,000.

Waterford auctioneers RJ Keighery will hold an auction on the premises of Seaville House, Newtown Hill, Tramore “on the instruction of Mr T Crosbie” on Monday, June 24th at 11am to include 600 lots of Georgian and Victorian furniture, Irish and English silver, antique Irish glass, garden furniture and pictures.

Viewing, at the house, begins on Friday from 11am-5pm and continues throughout the weekend. The auctioneer has advised “strictly no children”. – MP

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