Auction this Saturday 1st October 2016

Cast Iron Garden Furniture
Cast Iron Garden Furniture

It’s auction time again at Badger Farm Community Centre. Please deliver your lots between 09:30 and 10:30, viewing from 12:30, auction at 2pm.

There will be some garden furniture, 78s and LPs, and the normal wide range of lots.

If you have lots for sale on Saturday. Please comment below with a good quality image no greater than 1600 x 1200 px or less than 300 x 225 px and a short description. After approval we will let your potential buyers see them.

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Auction Report Saturday 3rd September

Itchen Abbas Auction - Saturday 3rd September
Itchen Abbas Auction – Saturday 3rd September
A shorter auction to start the autumn season with 280 lots. The best lot was a hardly used Ridgeback ladies bike selling for £100. Closely followed by a Hornby train set at £90 and, a Waltham watch and cigar cutter for £70.

There was the normal wide range of lots including: toys, tools, postcards, tea cards, cigarette cards, clocks, watches, jewellery, furniture, ornaments, furniture, musical instruments, signs, typewriters, cases, tins, trunks, cameras, statues, cutlery, badges, coins and even a gas iron.

Our next auction is at Badger Farm Community Centre on Saturday 1st October. We plan on there being around 400 lots and look forward to seeing you there.


Lot B - Ridgeback Ladies Town Bike - Sold for £100
Lot B – Ridgeback Ladies Town Bike
Sold for £100

Lot 37 - Hornby train collection - Sold for £90
Lot 37 – Hornby train collection
Sold for £90


Lot 38 - Box of Athearn trains and carriages - Sold for £35
Lot 38 – Box of Athearn trains and carriages
Sold for £35

Lot 48 - Vintage Jewellery - Sold for £45
Lot 48 – Vintage Jewellery
Sold for £45

Lots 76 & 77 - Signed by Laurie McNenemy, Matt Le Tissier and another Southampton Football Club Prints -Sold for £50
Lots 76 & 77 – Signed by Laurie McNenemy, Matt Le Tissier and another Southampton Football Club Prints
Sold for £50

Lot 131 - Collection of Wooden Items - Sold for £50
Lot 131 – Collection of Wooden Items
Sold for £50


Lot 135 - Waltham Watch and Cigar Cutter - Sold for £70
Lot 135 – Waltham Watch and Cigar Cutter
Sold for £70

Lot 163 - Eight Plates - Sold for £40
Lot 163 – Eight Plates
Sold for £40

Lot 220 - Retro Coffee Set - Sold for £40
Lot 220 – Retro Coffee Set
Sold for £40

Lot 223 - Silver and Amber bracelets and necklace - Sold for £50
Lot 223 – Silver and Amber bracelets and necklace
Sold for £50


Lot 232 - Gold ring set with multi-coloured stones - Sold for £5
Lot 232 – Gold ring set with multi-coloured stones
Sold for £5

Lot 241 - Meccano Car - Sold for £60
Lot 241 – Meccano Car
Sold for £60


Auction tomorrow Saturday 3rd September

Stayer TV 300 metal cutter - Dusty but hardly used.
Stayer TV 300 metal cutter
Dusty but hardly used – Est. £40-60

We have been enjoying our summer break and hope you have to.

Tomorrow is the first auction in the Autumn series starting at Itchen Abbas Village Hall. We have some new sellers bringing along items from a house downsizing and an workshop clearout. These will be as diverse as ever: a metal cutter with 20 x 300mm discs PAT tested, a portaloo (unused), a stainless steel fender rack, box of wooden woodworking tools, an Early Learning Centre noisy house and who knows what else. Cycles are also welcome and I know of one refurbished girls bike that is coming.

If you are selling, please add a description (and image) of the items as a comment to this post to promote them.

We have space for a few more sellers. Please contact bookings@auctionsinaday.co.uk to book a table or floor space.

It’s the normal programme:

09:30-10:30 ……. Deliver lots

12:30-14:00 …… Viewing

14:00-17:00 …… Auction

17:30 …………… Please collect, your lots, your cash or unsold lots by this time.

Here are the remaining Saturdays for 2016 are:

1 Oct – Badger Farm, Winchester
5 Nov – Badger Farm, Winchester
3 Dec – Itchen Abbas Village Hall
 
Please note it is Alresford Show day and adjust your travel plans accordingly. The Alresford to Cheriton Road and Alresford town centre should be avoided.  The Kings Worthy to Alresford road is normally fine but there may hold ups at the Alresford end T junction.  You can leave the A31 Winchester to Alresford dual carriageway at the Avington turn off and follow signs to Itchen Abbas.

We look to seeing you all and hearing your summer stories.