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Silver standard sets pulses racing

Dublin dealer sells an Irish selection as he hands the reins of the shop over to his son

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Sometimes titles of sales are enough to quicken the pulse of collectors – Silver From The Collection of Jimmy Weldon offered at Dublin auction house Adam’s (20% buyer’s premium) on May 16 being a good example.

After more than 50 years at the shop in Dublin’s Clarendon Street established by his grandfather in the 1890s, and becoming a respected sage in the process, Weldon is handing over the reins to the fourth generation, his son Gareth.

In fact, Weldon Snr, like all dealers, is not really even retiring. He still intends to meet and advise old clients which, more and more, is a dealer’s lot as passing trade becomes a thing of the past.

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