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Charles Ede offers this Roman inscription fragment from the 2nd-3rd century AD for £7000 to benefit charity.

■ London antiquities gallery Charles Ede is donating 20% of the value of the sale of objects on its ‘Charity Appeal’ web page either to the homeless charity Crisis, NHS Charities Together or both depending on the buyer’s wishes.

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■ Bedfordshire dealership S&S Timms Antiques has pledged to donate 20% of all revenue generated from initial online enquiries during May to NHS Charities Together.

timmsantiques.com

■ For its second online charity show, Dickinson is staging The Days of the Week featuring works by modern and contemporary artists. 20% of profits go to Whitman-Walker Health in Washington, DC.

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■ Silver dealership Koopman Rare Art has launched the catalogue Illumination in Isolation. It will donate 10% on any sale from the catalogue to an emergency fund to support staff at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

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One of Jonathan Cooper’s jigsaw puzzles.

 

■ Finally, Contemporary dealer Jonathan Cooper is doing things slightly differently. The gallery has created a run of 1000-piece jigsaw puzzles using a painting by one of the gallery’s artists, Harry Steen. So far more than 20 have sold. Each is offered for £40 and all proceeds go to the NHS Charities Covid-19 Urgent Appeal.

jonathancooper.co.uk