Antiques Expert from UK Charlie Ross has an estimated net worth has been revealed. Check out his wiki, age, wife, source of earning, car collection and more. He is well known for being a British Auctioneer as well as an antique expert. He raised to worldwide fame due to his television appearances as a presenter in auctioning shows. His estimated net worth is not revealed publicly.
|Full Name||Charlie Ross|
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|Source of Income||Antiques Expert|
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Ross was born in 1950 June in Buckinghamshire, England. He is currently 66 years old and has a brother. In 1969, he left school when he was only 18 years and joined a local firm dealing with estates. After sometime he found himself auctioning chickens and turkeys and discovered that he was extremely persuasive and good at this job. He later started auctioning antique furniture.
The very next year in 1969, Ross started his own auction house by the name Charlie Ross Fine Art Auctioneers in Old Town Hall, Woburn. He worked for more than 25 years before he dissolves his work and started with freelancing projects. He set several records and won recognition and awards for his unbeatable talent. He won the record for the highest price for a car to be sold in the USA. In 2011, he sold a 1957 Ferrari for $16 million and again in 2012, a Ferrari 250 GTO for $38 million!
Ross is one of the four regular presenters on the BBC show Bargain Hunt, Flog It! He also appears in other shows like Antique road Trip and Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. He was also a part of the Pebble Beach Vintage Car Auctioning in California as well as Scottsdale Auctioning in Arizona. Ross sold an elephant clock for 2700 pounds which he had bought for only 8 pounds making a profit of %. This record was broken in 2016.
Ross is married to Sally Ross and has two children Oliver and Charlotte. He describes himself as an extrovert and a family man. When not working Ross spends time holidaying and watching cricket match over a glass of Champagne. His favorite holiday destination is Sri Lanka where he was fascinated by the curry and drawn towards Buddhism. He has been selected as the President of Oxford Operatic Society. He is actively involved in charity auctioning including CLIC Sargent, The David Shepherd Wildlife Forum Lord’s Taverners, and Breast Cancer Now, Ace Africa, Africa Now and several others. Ross now takes up auctioning work in up and beyond.