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Mealy's makes €360,000 at Dublin sale

The principle that quality sells was borne by the results at Mealy's Dublin residence sale last Sunday.

29th June, 2013

The principle that quality sells was borne by the results at Mealy's Dublin residence sale last Sunday.

With 547 registered bidders online, total revenue came to €360,000, with the top price of €15,000 paid for an 18th century Irish longcase walnut clock by Martin Kilpatrick of Dublin.

They say that to invest money in antique clocks, you have to be an absolute devotee or a bit of a gambler. This sale seemed to be blessed with...

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