Selling with us is simple. We accept all sorts of items at every price range & we have sold lots from £10 to over £10,000! If you have never sold something at auction before, take a look at our guide on what happens to your item from home to hammer.
I have something I would like to sell with you...
Bring your item in to the showroom for a free no obligation valuation seven days a week, or send us a good quality photo.
If you are happy you wish to sell with us, then we will ask you to fill out a vendor’s form, agreeing to our terms and conditions. You can leave your item with us there and then, or we will agree collection of your lots at a convenient time.
We will put it into the next suitable auction which is normally the following Tuesday.
What if I want to guarantee a price?
We can never guarantee that something will sell at auction, or what the final hammer price will be, but you can place a reserve, which means we will not sell your item for less than the agreed price.
If your item is not bought on the night, it can either be put into the next auction or removed from sale. Lots are re-offered at a 20% reduction for the second week, 50% reduction for the third week, then offered at no reserve. If you decide you would rather remove your lot from sale, or it remains unsold after three auctions, we will charge an unsold fee of £15 per lot. Changes to estimates or reserves are charged at £30 for each alteration.
Do I have to attend the auction?
We take care of everything for you, so you do not have to be there although you are welcome to attend if you would like. We will contact you the day after the auction to let you know if you were successful.
My lot sold! How do I receive payment?
We will contact you the day after the sale to let you know how much your item sold for and then pay you by cheque. Please note that we can only pay you once the buyer has paid in full. Generally payment will be processed after 14 days. You can view our full Terms & Conditions on our website.
So don’t just throw out the old – bring it in, auction it on and see how much you could make!