2017 SALE DATES Thursday 4th May 10am - Antiques, Collectables & General entries being accepted 24th & 25th also 26th by appointment Sunday 14th May 11am - Smallholding, Machinery, Tools, Garden & Salvage Thursday 1st June 10am - Antiques, Collectables & General entries CLOSED. There will be no auctions in the remainder of June & July due to a retirement. All staff will be taking a long overdue & well deserved short break, whilst the business books are finalised. House Clearnce services will continues as normal Further announcements to follow. Terms/Conditions of Sale. Vendors are charged 15% (no vat) with a minimum of £2 per lot. There are no entry fees, lotting fees or unsold lot fees. Electrical items are subject to a safety test (done on-site) the fee for this and fitting of sleeved plugs will be borne by the vendor & payable in advance. All goods must be clean/saleable & comply with fire regulations...ask for details. Goods will be sold with no reserve unless stated otherwise by the vendor. Items may remain in for up to 2 sales, the first at the stated reserve, the second with NO RESERVE or the management's/auctioneer's discretion. So please stay in contact and if your lot does not reach its reserve on the first sale, then it is your responsibility to collect the item before it is automatically lotted into the next sale. After 2 sales any unsold lots must be collected within 7 working days. Disposal costs of any uncollected 'unsold/unsaleable' goods will be borne by the vendor. Deposits to the value of dumping costs will be charged on items such as fridges, freezers, mattresses & sofas etc and will be fully refunded upon the sale of the lot or collection if unsold. Vendors are paid out from the afternoon of the Tuesday after the sale itself. (This allows for card payments to reach our bank accounts and any returned electrical items to be deducted.) Payment by posted cheque will be completed once ALL lots are sold or once arrangement has been made to clear any unsold lots. Contact the office for more information.

BUYING

Firstly you need to register with our office as you will require a Paddle Number. This will stay your permanent paddle number with us for both Buying & Selling.

As with all auction houses we describe the lots to the best of our ability, but always inspect the lot before you bid on it or be happy with the description and condition as listed in the catalogue.

You may either leave sealed bids with us, bid in person or do a live telephone bid. We also accept bids via email & socia media up to 10am sale day.
Our lowest bid is £3, some items have reserves or estimates. Our office staff can advise you with regards to realistic expectations, so don't be afraid to ask.
Once you have won a lot, the hammer price will be subject to a 15% buyers premium (no vat).

Once you have paid & have a receipt you may collect your lot with the aid of our team of security & porters.

All won lots must be paid & collected by the following Tuesday at the latest! Man & Van contacts available should you require them.
(We are open until 7pm sale day, 10am-4pm on the Friday, 10am-1pm on the Saturday & 10am-4pm on the Monday.)

Electrical Items have been PAT tested for safety purposes but if found to not function properly a full refund on the hammer price & buyers premium will be refunded provided it is returned by the close of business on the Monday

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