Fancy goldfish sale this weekend

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Looking for some high quality fancy goldfish? If so, why not pop along to Star Fisheries' sale on Sunday, October 7?

The Surrey-based goldfish specialist will be having a sale of fancies this weekend.

Fish will include Ryukin, both short tail and long tail with all colours up to dinner plate size, including the rare tricolour and a limited amount of black and white Ryukin.
 
Andy Green from Star Fisheries told us: "Fish from one of the best Ryukin breeders in the world will be on offer.

"The breeder BOPING - Li from China has had some of his prized special stock sent over for our show. We have six fish of incredible quality and size, the likes will have never been seen before in this country. They will be for sale on the day.
 
"There will also be Ranchu, including Japanese top view and Chinese fish, plus some very big Jumbos and very high quality first year Japanese and Chinese fish."
 
Also on offer will be:
Orandas, all colours
Butterfly Moors, all colours
Wakin, Sabao,  Calico Pearscales, Demekin, Pearscale Oranda, Bubblehead Oranda, Telescopes, Bubbleyes, Celestials, Bristol Shubunkin, London Shubunkin, Nacreous Calico Veiltails, Red Metalic Veiltails, "New Variety" Butterfly Ryukin, Panda, Tri Colours, Redcap Ryukin, Albino Moor, Fantails mixed Colours, and many more including one off specials and rare fish.
 
There will also be show quality fish for sale for anyone looking for that something special.
 
Most of the varieties are available in youngsters and adults.
 
The sale is on from 10am-4pm.

Star Fisheries is located at 94A Benhill Road, Sutton, Surrey SM1 3RX. Tel. 0208 915 0455.

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