general rowland hill

Since 2002, I've managed the sale of ten out of the twelve highest priced artefacts belonging to Nelson including the undisclosed record price for his gold pocket watch. Here are some highlights of those and other memorable sales and exhibitions I've been involved with.

The Waterloo Candlesticks »

In the run-up to the 2015 bicentenary of the battle of Waterloo, I sold this wonderful set of silver gilt candlesticks which belonged to General Rowland Hill who was second in command to the duke of Wellington at the battle. A SET OF FOUR LARGE GEORGE III SILVER GILT CANDLESTICKS MARK OF WILLIAM PITTS, LONDON, […]


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