We hold Titanic and Icons auctions twice per year, should you have items you feel may suit one of these auctions please contact Andrew Aldridge BA Hons MRICS RICS Regulated Valuer email@example.com
Henry Aldridge & Son are the World's leaders in the sale of Titanic Liner memorabilia. They were described recently by the top collector of Ocean Liner Memorabilia world-wide as the "Leading source of high end ocean liner collectibles in the world". They hold the world record for the most valuable item of Titanic memorabilia sold at auction, £1.1 million for the Wallace Hartley Violin, the most valuable item of paperwork relating to the Titanic, a 32ft long Titanic enquiry plan at £220,000 and the most valuable collection of memorabilia relating to a Titanic crewman at over £350,000.
In addition Henry Aldridge & Son have a reputation globally for consistently high prices in the sale of memorabilia relating to iconic events, these include over £36,000 for a selection of negatives from Robert Scott's ill-fated expedition to the Antarctic in 1912, £140,000 for a collection of memorabilia from Lieutenant Colonel Sir Francis Edward Younghusband's 1904 expedition to Tibet, £19,500 for Sir Alex Ferguson's first Manchester United Team sheet and £15,000 for a letter written the day after the Battle of Rorkes Drift. Henry Aldridge & Son have a network of media contacts all over the world which enables us to promote the most iconic and newsworthy items all over the globe ensuring maximum press exposure helping you achieve the best possible prices.