The Devonport Speculator – as you would expect – has its benevolent tendrils in an awful lot of pies, and like that other less promising media mogul Rupert Murdoch, sits at the heart of a vast social network that extends in The Speculator’s case from the Ferry Terminal to at least Windsor Reserve.
Within that network, The Speculator is proud to report, sits none other than the country’s most famous antique dealer Hamish Walsh.
Most of you will (and all of you should ) know Hamish from his entertaining appearances on the popular Sunday evening TV series “Auction House” which screened recently for three series.
Hamish specialises in Maori artifacts and NZ historical items (although he also knows a lot about everything), and has offered his expert valuation services for free, to one lucky Speculator reader every month.
Do you have an item you would like to have valued?
Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief description and photograph, and we’ll choose one per month to get a free valuation from Hamish. We will then publish Hamish’s opinion on the piece and its value.
You can find out more information about Hamish at his website here.