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Selling your antiques at auction

W L Wyllie, oil on canvas "Thames Scene with Barges" 29" x 39", signed

SOLD £14000

With an audience of over 45,000 visitors monthly to our website and thousands of visitors to the auction rooms in person, you can guarantee that we will get you the highest price for your antiques.

Cataloguing and Valuation

Your antiques will be professionally valued and catalogued by our two valuers - who have over 50 years combined experience. We then produce an illustrated printed catalogue that is then sent to our mailling list of antique dealers, galleries and subscribers.

We photograph 100% of the auction for our online auction catalogue ( 45,000+ visitors per month ) and hosted on ( the no.1 trade auction catalogue hosting site with 1 million visitors monthly) as well as informing our 15,000+ mailing list of dealers and galleries of forthcoming auctions.

Selling Process

Selling at auction is very simple. If you are a prospective seller all you need to do is bring the item(s) you wish to sell into the Auction Galleries. We will then give you a valuation of your items free of charge, with no obligation to sell.

If you still wish to sell your antiques after the valuation, we will take your details and discuss any reserve prices you may wish to set. A reserve price is the minimum price you will accept for the sale of an item. The buying public are not at any point made aware of your reserve. If during the auction of your items the bidding does not reach your reserve prices, your item will be unsold.

If however your antiques are sold, you will be sent a cheque for the sale amount minus our commission & charges . Commission is our charge for selling your items. Our current rates and charges are ( from August 2017 ):

A £5 admin fee per lot sold, this covers photography, cataloguing, online promotion and bidding. Your goods will be insured for the agreed lower estimate price whilst they are in our care at the Galleries or in transit with our Carriers

Before selling at auction please read our terms and conditions.

Simon-Albert Bussy '46, (1870-1954), oil on canvas signed and dated, study of a Toucan (plastion orange) 10 1/4" x 8 1/4", labels on verso

SOLD £14500