With the catalogue live and over 100 bidders registered in less than 24hrs, we thought we’d take a look at the current most watched lots. This can change on a daily or even hourly basis, and has done so a couple of times within this sale since the catalogue went live. We’re often surprised by what is on the list, and it is sometimes something that a few of us would rather not see, but it’s interesting to see exactly what lots have caught our prospective bidders’ eyes.

Today’s most watched lots are:

Lot 247 – A German Third Reich DLV/ NSFK Flyers Dagger by F & A Helbig – Estimates: £500-800
Lot 393 – A Chinese porcelain ginger jar, decorated with phoenix amongst clouds – Estimates: £100-150
Lot 512 – Brian Wilshire An abstract sculpture Treen – Estimates: £100-150
Lot 522 – A Paul Reed Smith (PRS) six string electric guitar Model TC Swasp – Estimates: £200-300
Lot 14 – A pair of Georg Jensen silver drop earrings of double scroll form – Estimates: £80-120
Lot 109 – A Victorian yellow metal and seed pearl collar necklace – Estimates: £250-300
Lot 595 – A Jennings Bell Slot Machine, “The Princess” with Bronze Indian head – Estimates: £800-1,200
Lot 243 – A Victorian Sword, the 87cm single edge fullered steel blade double edged for the last 26cm – Estimates: £100-120
Lot 244 – A five shot percussion pocket revolver with a sighted octagonal barrel – Estimates: £150-200
Lot 12 – A pair of Georg Jensen silver earrings, with button tops and split triangular drops – Estimates: £80-120