Cycle Auction Update

We have a good looking set of lots for the auction on the 7th June.

Harry Hall Road Bike
Harry Hall Road Bike

The Cycles and Frames are now a respectable collection, the highlights being:

  1. Ruxley Cycles Aluminium road bike hand built in Kent in the late 80s with Campagnolo components
  2. Optima Recumbent
  3. Possibly a prototype of the Dawes Galaxy 531ST
  4. Holdsworth touring bike
  5. Peugeot Grand Tourisme lady back tandem
  6. B’TWIN Triban 3 red road bike
  7. Carlton road bike with a very nice Brooks B5N saddle
  8. The latest addition a Harry Hall road bike in original condition from the 80s

These are joined by a range of mountain, city and hybrid bikes from Trek, Marin, Raleigh, Dawes and the mystery French road bike from the 70s or 80s. The Raleigh Gran Sport frame has an admirer in the USA!

The Cycle Parts section is littered with wheels, pedals, derailleurs, brakes, hubs, freewheels, cassettes from the likes of Campagnolo, SunTour, Shimano, Sachs Huret, Mavic, Wolber, Magistroni, Olympic, Milremo, Selle Italis, San Marco Rolls, ITM, Stronglight.

Park Tools Work Stand PCS 9
Park Tools Work Stand PCS 9

In Accessories we have a Lucas Oil Lamp, bike bag, panniers, saddle bags, locks, pumps, a Brooks B66 saddle

Tools and Books includes professional tools including a bottom bracket threader with a commission bid from Hungary already! A Park Tools Maintenance Stand has recently been added.  Plus the obligatory collection of Tour de France books.

The Cycle Clothing section has jazzed up and now includes a yellow Raleigh (race leaders?) jersey.

If you have anything to sell with just two weeks to go to the auction it is imperative that you upload your items to get the remaining exposure to potential buyers. The number of visitors to the site is ramping up every day. Yesterday was a record and so far today has exceeded yesterday.  We know at least a 1,000 have visited one page in the cycling section in the last 90 days and they are 99% from the UK and mostly from the South of England.

Buyers can now leave absentee bid. There are additional charges for this but we are prepared to ship items if you are successful. You will find a link next to each item.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday the 7th June. Viewing starts at 11:30am and the auction is 1pm.  It will have finished by 3pm, so don’t be late!

We have no idea how many of you will turn up but our catering corp will be prepared with tea, coffee, soft drinks and most importantly home made cake.  To help us please add a comment or questions below to give us some measure of the level of interest in attending the auction.

Next auction – June 7th – Please add photos of your lots

We get several hundred visitors to this page prior to the auction. If you are bringing lots for sale on Saturday 7th June, please upload photos and descriptions of the items on this page. It is not a requirement for submitting lots to the auction but it helps promote the auction in general and your lots in particular.  This page is for general items only, please use the cycle pages for the specialist cycle auction on the same day.It is free to upload a good quality image and a short description using the comments section at the bottom of this page.
Please read these guidelines for descriptions and adding images of your lots. Your lot(s) have to be approved before they will become visible on this page. Please contact us if they do not appear within 24 hours.

Please continue to book your table space at the auction by phoning Claire or emailing the auction. See top of page.

Visitors to this page please note:

  • The auctioneers have not seen the lots.
  • The descriptions and photos are provided by the sellers.
  • There is no guarantee they will be for sale until they are delivered on the morning of the auction.
  • This is not a catalogue.
  • We normally sell between 350 and 450 lots which all arrive on the day.

Auction Report – 3 May 2014 – Top Sales

Portable bazaar coffee server
Perhaps a portable bazaar coffee and pastries server

Highlights from May’s auction reflected the sheer variety of lots we offered our customers. Rather like The Generation Game random lots slipped by on the conveyor belt (well, screen!): cuddly toys ( well, Pelham puppets!); Hornby trains; Faberge glasses; jewellery; small items of furniture; war memorabilia and even the Mystery Object (see photo).

If you feel you want to join Bruce and his friends at our next auction – June 7th Itchen Abbas – it would be nice to see you to see you …


Hornby Trains - Sold for £125
Hornby Trains
Sold for £125
Half Sovereign - Sold for £75
Half Sovereign
Sold for £75

Faberge Kissing Doves Champagne Flutes x 14 - Sold for £75
Faberge Kissing Doves Champagne Flutes x 14
Sold for £75
Word War II Medals - Sold for £50
Word War II Medals
Sold for £50

Indian Elephant Table - Sold for £50
Indian Elephant Table
Sold for £50
Original Cinema Film Trailers - Sold for £40
Original Cinema Film Trailers
Sold for £40