Our Online Valuation Form can be completed in three easy steps
Cadmore Auctions offers a friendly and straightforward approach to selling at auction with free and no obligation valuations on any items you may wish to sell.
Online Valuation Form
For smaller items, it is easiest to submit an initial enquiry through the Online Valuation Form below with images, a short description and measurements. The Team will be in touch to provide an auction estimate and further information.
Valuations by appointment
Selling at auction
Our specialists and client services are on hand to guide you through the selling process. Once determined that your item(s) are appropriate for sale at auction, we will establish an estimate, catalogue the item and market to our UK and international buyers ahead of the auction.
Do you have an item you would like to sell?
Fill the valuation form below and we will contact you shortly!
Frequently Asked Questions
- Seller’s Commission: 15% of the hammer price
- Lotting fee £2/per lot listed in the auctions
- Insurance 1% of low estimate is chargeable for all lots
Standard VAT charge is applied on all fees.
Special rates might be agreed for Charity groups, local clients and regular traders, where lots of significant value are consigned, or when a relationship with continued consignment and success can be proven.
Following the sale, the results of your lot(s) will be emailed to you and payment will be sent by bank transfer, cheque or cash within 14 days following the sale, based upon the hammer price minus our set charges and agreed-upon expenses.
If a buyer was not found for your consigned item (s), we recommend that you liaise with our team to discuss collecting your property or re-offering it for sale at a reduced price.
We usually recommend listing an item not more than twice at auction. After the second attempt vendors are advised to collect the unsold item (s), any uncollected item (s) after 4 weeks from the auction date will be given to one of our designated charities.