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Martin & Pole
The Auction House
Milton Road (opp. Bird Mews)

RG40 1DB

0118 979 0460

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Martin & Pole have been successfully conducting regular antique auctions in Wokingham for over 170 years, and our team today has a combined experience of over 100 years in the Fine Art and Antiques market.

Our dedicated antiques saleroom was formerly the British School, opened in 1841, and is located within walking distance of Wokingham town centre, with easy access to the railway station and shops.

Our monthly sales typically comprise 400/500 lots with sections devoted to antique and later furniture, pictures, ceramics, silver, collectables, jewellery and objet d'art.

We also undertake valuations for probate (Inheritance tax) and insurance purposes. Click here for further details on valuations.


A late 18th century Midshipmite
Toby Jug
SOLD for £8,000 (Plus 21% BP*)

for free verbal advice
(No appointment necessary)
Monday 26th March
Tuesday 27th March
Wednesday 28th March
10am - 4pm
The Auction House, Milton Road
Wokingham, Berkshire
RG40 1DB

A micromosaic and hardstone
snuff box, c.1790
SOLD for £6,000 (Plus 21% BP*)


25th April 2018
at 10 am 


The Auction House
Milton Road
RG40 1DB

Sat 21st April
9am - 1pm

Mon 23rd April
9am - 6pm

Tues 24th April
9am - 6pm

A Victorian Masonic chair, made from oak and bell metal
after the fire at York Minster on 20th May 1840, and 
engraved with the coat of arms of the 2nd Earl of Zetland

A C.I.J. (Compagnie Industrielle de Jouet) Clockwork painted tinplate Alfa Romeo P2 Racing Car
finished in Yellow – the racing colours for Belgium, 1930 

SOLD - £14,000 (Plus 21% BP*)


A gentleman's stainless steel      
Omega Speedmaster
SOLD for £12,000 (Plus 21% BP*)

A First UK issue of The Incredible Hulk Comic, 1962
SOLD for £2,100 (Plus 21% BP*)

A Chinese jade scroll carved Bi Disc, 
8cm high
SOLD for £10,500 (Plus 21% BP*)

A late George III silver teapot and milk jug
by Paul Storr, 1811
SOLD for £2,000 (Plus 21% BP*)

An early 19th century Staffordshire
Bull-baiting group
SOLD for £6,500 (Plus 21% BP*)

A George III mahogany side table, probably Irish
SOLD for £7,800 (Plus 21% BP*)

Alfred de Breanski Senior
Highland view
Oil on Canvas
SOLD for £6,000 (Plus 21% BP*)

A Chinese Imperial yellow and green 
'Dragon' Bowl
SOLD for £7,200 (Plus 21% BP*)

George Wright (1860 - 1942)
Stagecoach at a Junction of the Skipton Road
SOLD for £4,000
(Plus 21% BP*)
  BP* - Buyer's Premium of 21% incl. VAT at 20%