Auctioneers JP Humbert Valuation day at Watford Library in aid of Peace Hospice

Auctioneers JP Humbert Valuation day at Watford Library in aid of Peace HospiceStolen blue badge recovered after council crackdown

Don’t miss the chance to have your items valued for free - all they ask for is a donation to the Hospice.

 

Bringing the valuation bus to Watford Central Library in Hempstead Road, Watford, between 10am and 12 noon on Thursday Feb 1st.

 

Jonathan Humbert of J P Humbert Auctioneers is a direct descendent of Charles Francis Humbert, who set up in Watford as 'Auctioneer, land Agent & Sanitary Engineer' in 1841.

 

He lived a 'Little Nascot', a house no longer standing in what is now High Street, and also ran Watford Cattle Market.

 

 

Mr Humbert said: "With gold, silver and jewellery so sought after, we strongly encourage people to see what is lurking in the bottom of their jewellery drawers. We have seen many items over the years that people don't use or wear and yet which can make good money at auction."

 

Valuations are free of charge, no appointment needed and charity donations may be made on the day to The Peace Hospice.

 

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