The ring Margaret Thatcher wore the day she became Prime Minister and a bracelet worn while meeting Nelson Mandela are among items going up for auction next month.
Championship winning medals from Aberdeen FC’s golden years are to appear at auction later this month.
A four-piece china tea set that was used at a now-forgotten exhibition to raise money for the suffragette movement is expected to fetch up to £1,500 when it is sold at auction.
Second World War aircraft engine and Nazi stamps for sale in massive north-east military memorabilia auction
Stamps emblazoned with Adolf Hitler's image, an engine used in a Second World War aircraft and medals awarded during the Great War will go under the hammer at a north-east auction next week.
A guitar owned by influential bluesman Bukka White will return to the US after fetching £93,000 at auction.
A north-east curio collector unexpectedly unearthed a 100-year-old piece of local history – featuring one of the country’s most iconic politicians before they rose to prominence.
Items from George Michael’s personal art collection – including a colourful portrait of the late music star by Michael Craig-Martin – are available to view ahead of being sold at auction.
Parts of the Berlin Wall are to be auctioned as the 30th anniversary of the day it fell approaches.
More than 100,000 bottles of rare single malt Scotch whisky were sold at auction in the UK last year, according to a new report.
An Academy Award trophy has sold for nearly 500,000 US dollars and a second for more than 200,000 dollars in a rare auction of Oscars in Los Angeles.
A unique bottle of single malt whisky has become the first in the world to sell for more than £1 million.
Have you ever fantasised about leading a band of warriors into battle against the English?
A letter penned by Charles Dickens in which he adopts the voice of one of his literary creations is going under the hammer.
A selection of rare James Bond posters expected to sell for up to £28,000 are among hundreds of sought-after prints going under the hammer.
An unexpected windfall of unusual paintings, crockery and collectables will go under the hammer this week to help north-east people with disabilities live more independently.
A string of famous faces have backed an Aberdeen charity’s £3.9 million drive to nearly double the number of people it can care for.
Banksy works including Slave Labour are due to go under the hammer and auctioneers have promised no items will “shred or explode”.
A “remarkable collection” of antiques and artwork from a historic mansion will go under the hammer next week.
A unique bottle of Macallan whisky has been predicted to set a new world record.
A whisky considered to be the world’s most rare and valuable dram is going under the hammer next week.
A classic car formerly owned by Marilyn Monroe is to be auctioned in Los Angeles.
The guitar that set the Bee Gees on the road to Saturday Night Fever and international disco stardom is to go under the hammer.
Days after its sale brought one corner of Moray to a standstill, a bottle of the Macallan Genesis Limited Edition has been put up for auction.
The guitar that George Harrison was photographed wearing at The Beatles’ final appearance at The Cavern Club is to go under the hammer.
One Inverness resident is really feeling quids in after an auction earlier this month.
A classic Aston Martin has fetched more than £10 million at auction.
A north-east charity can open its first cafe to help get people into employment after raising thousands of pounds at a specialist auction.
Two rare medals, awarded to Inverness Thistle players in the late 1920s and early 1930s, are set to fetch about £300 at an auction later this month.
A patch of wasteland next to a railway line could be poised for a new lease of life as it goes under the hammer at an asking price of £10,000 next week.
A Modigliani nude has a 150 million dollar (£107 million) price tag – the highest estimate ever placed on a work of art at auction.
An auction of more than 140 whiskies from across Scotland will be held next month to raise funds for a Moray village.
An unused ticket for the launch of the Titanic in May 1911 is expected to fetch up to £25,000 at auction.