Thomson Roddick Scottish Auctions

Thomson Roddick Scottish Auctions hold quarterly sales of antiques and works of art in both their Edinburgh and Dumfries salerooms.

In addition, they also stage regular home furnishing and interiors sales, as well as specialist collectors’ sales in areas such as coins, banknotes, toys, dolls, model railways, fishing tackle and other sporting items.

They also have representatives in Fife and Perthshire.


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Oak box with Robert Burns inscription

23 November 2012

This carved oak box (with later leather case) is believed to have been the property of the poet Robert Burns and dates from his days as an exciseman.

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Jacob Epstein bronze appears North of the Border

16 August 2012

Thomson Roddick Scottish Auctions will sell the collection of the late Andrew Elliott, a solicitor, plantsman and well-known patron of Scottish art who was involved in establishing the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh at their sale in the city on August 30.

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Unknown drawings by ‘father of British watercolours’ comes to light in Edinburgh

22 December 2008

A Borders property provided Thomson Roddick (15% buyer's premium) with a sensational discovery for their sale in Rosewell, Edinburgh on December 4.

Saints above estimates...

14 May 2003

EDINBURGH auctioneers Thomson, Roddick & Medcalf (15% buyer’s premium) dispersed 532 lots at their Edinburgh saleroom on March 15 and auctioneer Sybelle Medcalf felt the market held up pretty well considering the international climate.

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