A few of the lots for sale on Saturday 4th March

Itchen Abbas Auction in progress
Itchen Abbas Auction in progress
We know about some of the lots that will be for sale at Itchen Abbas Village Hall on Saturday 4th March. You can see them further down this page. Another 300-400 lots will be delivered on the day of the auction. Viewing from 12:30 followed by the auction at 2pm.

If you are bringing lots for sale at Itchen Abbas Village Hall, 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.  It is free. So please 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.

Visitors to this page please note:

  • The auctioneers have not seen the lots which have been added as comments.
  • 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 morning of the auction.

Please do not upload your items until you have discussed them with Claire on 01962 734941 or by emailing bookings@auctionsinaday.co.uk.

You can see what sold well at previous auctions in our Auction Reports.

Tri-ang Hornby Model Railway - Car a Belle Train Set
Tri-ang Hornby Model Railway – Car a Belle Train Set
Tri-ang Model Railway -00 Gauge Blue Pullman Set
Tri-ang Model Railway -00 Gauge Blue Pullman Set

Six setting wooden canteen of stainless steel cutlery. Bone handled knives and forks for main course and dessert, Three types of spoon, two serving spoons, steel and carving fork
Six setting wooden canteen of stainless steel cutlery. Bone handled knives and forks for main course and dessert, Three types of spoon, two serving spoons, steel and carving fork
Reproduction posters of Casablanca, Niagara and Gone with the Wind
Reproduction posters of Casablanca, Niagara and Gone with the Wind

Two ethnic carved figures in wood
Two ethnic carved figures in wood
Pine bookcase or dresser (no cupboards) with six shelves
Pine bookcase or dresser (no cupboards) with six shelves

"Canon" and Nokina NK3030 35mm SLR cameras
“Canon” and Nokina NK3030 35mm SLR cameras
Collection of bottles, jars, oil lamps, jugs, tongs, Primus, shell case
Collection of bottles, jars, oil lamps, jugs, tongs, Primus, shell case

Metal painted cockerel
Metal painted cockerel
Wicker seat or cat basket
Wicker seat or cat basket

Stained Glass Window
Stained Glass Window

It was a Bumper One! Auction Report 4 Feb 2017

Full auction room at Badger Farm
Full auction room at Badger Farm
We said it was going to be a bumper auction and it was! 433 lots produced our highest total hammer price. Not only did we have the sellers but we also had the buyers – over 170 of them!

History was made – for the first time in 13 years – we sold out of cake!

We had a fantastic collection of high quality silver items – with an ornate Edinburgh silver coffee pot dated 1879 going for £170 and an engraved silver trophy cup (Barnard 1926) for £215.

Jewellery was popular this month with over 20 gold and silver rings. Valentine’s purchases along with those bears!

Small pieces of furniture sold well plus a steamer trunk and a brass standard lamp for £65.

A collection of Parker pens went for £55, Robertson’s metal badges for £38, a beautiful, early, leather- bound family Bible for £55 and an onyx desk set for £40. Our auction is certainly characterised by its variety of lots!

The auction ended on a high with some quality paintings including a large oil painting of a Polish refugee dated 1832 going for £110 and an oil painting of an aristocratic Russian gentleman going under the hammer for £80.

This month’s auction raised over £650 from goods donated by SAS (Special Auction Services) for Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice in Slough. A fantastic amount for a very worthy charity.

Our next auction is at Itchen Abbas Village Hall on Saturday, 4th March. Please book your tables or floor space now. If you send us photos of your best lots we can promote them on this website.


Lot 22 - Collection of blue and white china with studio pottery - Sold for £80
Lot 22 – Collection of blue and white china with studio pottery
Sold for £80

Lot 226 - Silver Tea Pot Sheffield 1904 - Sold for £130
Lot 226 – Silver Tea Pot Sheffield 1904
Sold for £130


Lot 227 - Coffee Pot Edinburgh 1879 Marshall & Sons approx. 743.6 grams - Sold for £170
Lot 227 – Coffee Pot Edinburgh 1879 Marshall & Sons approx. 743.6 grams
Sold for £170

Lot 228 - Jug Edinburgh 1879 Marshall & Sons APP 489.5 grams - Sold for £130
Lot 228 – Jug Edinburgh 1879 Marshall & Sons APP 489.5 grams
Sold for £130

Lot 229 - Trophy Cup London 1926 Ed Barnard 761 Grams - Sold for £215
Lot 229 – Trophy Cup London 1926 Ed Barnard 761 Grams
Sold for £215

Lot 230 - Cup Birmingham 1922 - Sold for £60
Lot 230 – Cup Birmingham 1922
Sold for £60


Lot 231 - Solid Silver Bowl Birmingham 1907 W G Keight & Co - Sold for £75
Lot 231 – Solid Silver Bowl Birmingham 1907 W G Keight & Co
Sold for £75

Lot 232 - Tankard London 1829 Barnard - Sold for £90
Lot 232 – Tankard London 1829 Barnard
Sold for £90

Lot 233 - Christening Cup Sheffield 1940 216.2 grams - Sold for £90
Lot 233 – Christening Cup Sheffield 1940 216.2 grams
Sold for £90

Lot 234 - Bowl London 1878 Charles Edwards solid silver - Sold for £90
Lot 234 – Bowl London 1878 Charles Edwards solid silver
Sold for £90


Lot 410 - Collection of boxed Parker and Shaeffer pens - Sold for £55
Lot 410 – Collection of boxed Parker and Shaeffer pens
Sold for £55

Lot 357 - A box of 20 cartons of 12 Valentine Teddy Bears - Sold for £79
Lot 357 – A box of 20 cartons of 12 Valentine Teddy Bears
Sold for £79


Lot 410 - Oil Painting of Polish Refugee dated 1832 - Sold for £110
Lot 410 – Oil Painting of Polish Refugee dated 1832
Sold for £110

Lot 430 - Oil painting of an Aristocratic Russian Gentleman - Sold for £80
Lot 430 – Oil painting of an Aristocratic Russian Gentleman
Sold for £80


Cycle Parts – Offered for Sale 4th June 2016

On Saturday 4th June 2016 we held our fourth specialist cycling section.  Here are the cycle parts that were offered for sale.

You can download the 4 June 2016 Auction Catalogue as a PDF.

Please call Andrew Wilcox on 01962 738534 or 07813 211451 or email cycles@auctionsinaday.co.uk with any other questions.

  • Please click the images to see a higher resolution version.
  • The descriptions and photos are provided by the sellers.

Please visit the Cycles page for information on our next cycle auction.

Cycles and Frames – Offered for Sale 4th June 2016

On Saturday 4th June 2016 we held our fifth specialist cycling section.  Here are the bikes and frames that were offered for sale.

You can download the 4 June 2016 Auction Catalogue as a PDF.

Please call Andrew Wilcox on 01962 738534 or 07813 211451 or email cycles@auctionsinaday.co.uk with any other questions.

  • Please click the images to see a higher resolution version.
  • The descriptions and photos are provided by the sellers.

Please visit the Cycles page for information on our next cycle auction.

Bumper auction this Saturday 4th Feb

Badger Farm Auction in Progress
Badger Farm Auction in Progress
You can see many of the excellent items in the Opening auction for 2017 post and more items have been added since it was first posted. Several of these should sell for over £100.

All the tables and floor space has been fully booked. You can expect more lots than recent auctions, nearer or exceeding 400. The lots you can see now are just the tip of an iceberg auction! Please avoid the stormy weather and come along to the auction this Saturday. Who knows what you may find.

We will as ever have our homemade cakes plus refreshments. The car parking is free (Don’t forget to sign your car in at the entrance to the Community Centre). And you can always get some shopping done at Sainsburys before or after the auction. Don’t forget they have some cash machines in their wall 🙂 .

Viewing is from 12:30 and the auction will start at 2pm. We look forward to seeing you.