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Auction gets underway in Carlisle

Auction Chairman Nick Utting is welcoming the visitors to the auction before lot one- a British Blie heifer calf, gets underway. Credit: ITV News
This baby Jersey Heifer calf raised £260 Credit: ITV News
One of the star lots of the day is this Billy Goat, born in April 2013, which has just sold for £30. Credit: ITV News
This three year old Shetland Colt managed to raise a grand total of £30 Credit: ITV News
Lot one - a British Blue heifer calf - has kicked off the auction by raising £420 as well as lots of 'aww's! Credit: ITV News
The auction room is packed out. Credit: ITV News

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Contents of Haining mansion in Selkirk go on sale

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The sale at Haining Mansion in Selkirk Credit: ITV Border

Some of the contents of a country mansion in the Scottish Borders have gone on sale to raise money for the trust fund which runs the estate.

Items being sold off from Haining mansion in Selkirk include period furniture and paintings. It hopes to raise thousands of pounds.

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Some of the items going on sale at Haining mansion in Selkirk Credit: ITV Border

The estate is now run by the Haining Charitable Trust after the former owner Andrew Nimmo-Smith left the property to the community following his death in 2009.

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Robert Burns auction: Full video report

by Samantha Parker

Rare first edition poems penned by Robert Burns have been sold to an anonymous bidder for tens of thousand of pounds at auction.

A Scottish bidder paid 32 and a half thousand pounds for the Kilmarnock edition of Burns' poems, described today as the most impressive work in Scottish literature.

The lots went under the hammer at an Edinburgh auction rooms earlier today.

Burns book sold for £32,500

The book Credit: ITV Border

A first edition of a book containing poems by the Scottish Poet Robert Burns has been sold for a hammer price of £32,500 in an auction in Edinburgh. The Kilmarnock edition of Burns' poems has been described as 'the most impressive work in Scottish Literature'.

It has been bought by an Edinburgh Institution who say the book will remain in Edinburgh and will be on public display in the Capital.

Burns' books auctioned

One of the books Credit: Lyle & Turnbull

A rare first edition of the poems of Robert Burns wil be auctioned and is expected to fetch around £35,000. It dates around 1786.

There are thought to be only 74 surviving copies of the edition, of which 42 are in universities, 22 in libraries, eight in museums and just 12 copies left in private hands.

The book is one of a number of rare copies of his work that will go under the hammer in Edinburgh

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