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Auctioneers Tales: Twenty-Five Years in the Art Market Marc Allum Wednesday 28 March 2018

BBC Antiques Specialist, Marc Allum will talk about the changing face of the art and antiques market over the last twenty-five years. Marc will reveal some interesting stories in the realm of antiques and with his expert eye, review the treasured possessions of a few members.

Marc Allum is a freelance art and antiques lecturer, writer and broadcaster. He has been a miscellaneous specialist on the BBC Antiques Roadshow since 1998. Marc regularly writes for magazines and has authored or contributed to over sixteen books on antiques and collecting. His unique style and passion stems from an auctioneering background, with eclectic personal interests ranging from pre-history to modern design.