How to buy an antiques musical instrument
The Antiques and Art History Society of Ireland has launched a new online auction site for its collection of Viking musical instruments.
The auction is being launched on the site, which aims to promote and educate the public on the history of music.
“Antiques is a passion of mine,” said Mark Lomas, a former organist with the Royal Irish Academy who is now the group’s executive director.
“It’s something that I want to share with the people of Ireland.”
He said that when he was in school, he used to play a variety of musical instruments and now he wants to play them.
“I’m getting ready to buy one and I’m getting really excited,” he said.
“We’re putting together a really good piece of music, so I’m really excited to see what the people will think about it.”
The Viking musical instrument collection is estimated to be worth €5m and has been housed in the Irish Museum since 1921.
Mr Lomas said that he is hoping to get his hands on some of the instruments during the upcoming two-day auction.
“A lot of these pieces are going to be auctioned off, they are going for very low prices,” he explained.
“The idea is to bring the objects back to the public and to give them an opportunity to see them and see what it’s like to play an antique.”
This is something that the public can take part in.
I’m hoping that they will appreciate it and appreciate the value.
“The auction site is being organised by the Irish Antiques Museum, which has a history of providing a venue for collectors to share their collections with the public.
Mr Lisas said that the new auction site would also provide a platform for the public to bid on the instruments and other objects which are currently in the museum’s collections.”
You will be able to see the history, you will be shown the items that are currently there, and you can even bid on them,” he added.