From four locked safes comes Australia’s largest jewellery auction

 

Financial Review News Article 23/06/2022 published by Natasha Bobby

When colourful jeweller and gold dealer Peter Davis died in 2017, he left behind thousands of pieces of antique jewellery, coins, bullion, and wristwatches locked away in four safes nestled in the bowels of Melbourne’s famous Manchester Unity Building.

 

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Timed Online Auctions

  
Fine and Decorative Arts
Lots 1 - 404

Concludes 27th June 2022
from 12:00 PM 

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Peter Davis Estate Jewellery - Day 1
Lots 1 - 500

Concludes 27th June 2022
from 10:00 AM 

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Peter Davis Estate Jewellery - Day 2
Lots 500 - 1000

Concludes 28th June 2022
from 
10:00 AM

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Peter Davis Estate Jewellery - Day 3
Lots 1001 - 1395

Concludes 29th June 2022
from 
10:00 AM

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Peter Davis Estate Jewellery - Day 4
Lots 1396 - 1752

Concludes 30th June 2022
from 
10:00 AM

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