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Whisky auction trailblazer, Martin Green, joins Graham Budd Auctions for exciting new chapter
Leading specialist auctioneer, Graham Budd Auctions, has announced Martin Green as Head of Whisky, in a dynamic shift to a new category of auction sales for 2023 and beyond.
Liquid Gold, the journey of Rare Whisky at Auction
Like every other auction category, Whisky started with relatively humble beginnings in the traditional auction format in 1989. Throughout the 1990’s and into 2000 and beyond, supply and demand has driven up prices supported by an International following of both collectors and investors.
Top tips for kickstarting your sports memorabilia collection
Are you looking to start a new hobby that is both fascinating and profitable? Look no further than sports memorabilia collection! But before you dive in, consider these top tips for getting started in this exciting world.
Youdan Cup valuation: the oldest and the coldest
On the evening of February 17th, Graham Budd Auctions attended the club’s ground for an event that would culminate in the valuation of the world’s oldest football trophy: the Youdan Cup, the starting point for all football tournaments that have followed, from the FA Cup to the World Cup.
The Timeless Value of Pablo Picasso's Master Graphics - Investment and Heritage
In the world of art, few names resonate as strongly as that of Pablo Picasso. The Spanish painter, sculptor, and graphic artist's work has stood the test of time, and his influence on 20th-century art is unparalleled.
Graham Budd's Guide to Auction Terminology
Within the auction industry and during sales, there are a variety of terms and phrases that are commonly used, including a few that are specific to a sports memorabilia auction house. In this guide, we provide some examples of terms you’ll hear and exactly what they mean.
The Difference Between Prints & Multiples
Graham Budd Auctions offer some of the most sought-after art on the market, including prints and multiples. In the art world, prints and multiples are related terms, but they refer to different types of art objects.