Charles Graham-Campbell is Managing Director of Bonhams Scotland. He has conducted valuations the length and breadth of Scotland and the North of England and is well known as a charity auctioneer in Scotland.
In October 2018, Charles was the auctioneer for the world record-breaking bottle of Macallan whisky that sold for £848,750 and became the most expensive lot ever to be sold at auction in Scotland. He joined Bonhams in 2004 as a general valuer and has found many objects in Scotland that have gone onto sell for six-figure sums around the world within Bonhams. He still performs valuations for clients around the country.
Charles was born and raised in the Highlands of Scotland. A qualified Chartered Surveyor, he studied Auctioneering and Valuing of the Fine Arts at Southampton before returning to Scotland as a General Valuer to work with several different auction houses.