Bank holiday auction roundup

Paintings by Jack B Yeats and Harry Kernoff among those going under the hammer in the coming days

Hobby Horses by Jack B Yeats, one of the paintings for auction at Dolan’s of Clifden this weekend

Hobby Horses by Jack B Yeats, one of the paintings for auction at Dolan’s of Clifden this weekend

 

Monday (August 3rd)

Victor Mee Auctions, Cloverhill, Belturbet, Co Cavan. Antiques and garden (furniture) auction at 2pm. A late 19th-century ladies’ crocodile-skin travel case, with silver-mounted contents, hallmarked London 1894, presented to Marchioness Conyngham “in memoriam of Victor George Henry Francis Fifth Marquess Conyngham, Slane, Co Meath 1885 – 1918 ADC to Lt – General Sir John Maxwell” (the British army leader who quelled the 1916 Rising) with a “letter of authenticity” €250-€350. 

Monday and Tuesday (August 3rd and 4th) 

Dolan’s Art Auction House, two-day bank holiday art and antiques auction, Harbour Road, Clifden, Co Galway, 12.30pm each day. Viewing under way. Hobby Horses by Jack B Yeats, €78,000-€85,000; The Mall, Castlebar (Co Mayo) by Harry Kernoff (€6,000-€10,000), and hundreds of more affordable painting including many Connemara landscapes.

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