To fetch up

To overtake.
- Addison.
To stop suddenly.
- L'Estrange.

See also: Fetch, Fetch

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EX-Hoops star John Hughes' 1967 European Cup Winner's medal is expected to fetch up to pounds 5,000 at a Christie's football sale in London on April 3.
A 1475 James III halfgroat is expected to fetch up to pounds 1,000, a James III groat from the same year is valued at up to pounds 800, and an Alexander III penny, featuring the name of the moneyer then in charge of the Berwick mint, Walter, could sell for up to pounds 150.
The 17 lines of I'm Only Sleeping, which featured on the album Revolver, were expected to fetch up to pounds 200,000, but failed to reach their reserve price at Christie's in London.
An album commemorating promotion in the 1947/48 season is also expected to fetch up to pounds 250.
The letter is expected to fetch up to $6,000 (pounds 3,280), while the copy of 18 Poems is estimated to fetch up to $50,000 (pounds 27,000).
A brown leather ball from the same match is expected to fetch up to pounds 3,000.
THE customised boots in which David Beckham baffled defences two seasons ago, were expected to fetch up to pounds 1,000 at Christie's today.
Also up for sale were a Division One medal from 1952-3, belonging to Jack Kelsey, expected to fetch up to pounds 3,000, and a purple England v Scotland international cap from 1912, awarded to Harry Makepeace, which is thought to be worth up to pounds 300.
A paint box thought to have been used by Captain Bligh on the Bounty is expected to fetch up to pounds 5,000 at Christie's in London.
A football programme for the 1892 FA Cup final between Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion is expected to fetch up to pounds 6,000 at auction tomorrow The programme, which features portraits of the team line-ups for the match at the Kennington Oval on March 19, has been described by an expert as a 'one-off opportunity' to own a unique piece of sports memorabilia.
Among the items in the Niven collection are an emerald and diamond brace- let by Bulgari which is expected to fetch between pounds 22,150 and pounds 28,480, and a pair of diamond and a pair of emerald and diamond pendant earclips exp-ected to fetch up to pounds 6,330.