Reminder for Saturday’s General Auction 3rd June 2017

Mahogany Pedestal Table
Mahogany Pedestal Table
We still have space for sellers. Viewing is from 12:30 followed by the auction at 2pm.

We have one picture of an item for this Saturday’s auction. A lovely mahogany table. 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.

There will also be a Cycle Auction at noon with viewing from 10:30. 34 bikes including some great classic and modern bikes already booked in. You can see them here: Cycles and Frames for sale with other pages for parts and accessories.

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.


Cycle Auction Saturday 3rd June is filling up nicely

Twenty three bikes and frames, plus several parts and accessories confirmed for the cycle auction at Itchen Abbas Village Hall on Saturday 3rd June.

They include a hardly ridden Rotrax Audax gents bike, a Don Louis frame, a Dawes ladies hybrid plus several classic and modern bikes.

There are a half a dozen unconfirmed bikes including a ridden once ladies Boardman hybrid and a Curly Hetchins! Plus an unknown number that will arrive on the day bringing the total to around 50 bikes.

Do you have a bike to sell? If yes, please post an image and description on our web site now, so it can be seen by your potential buyers. The seller’s fees are as per our general auction £1 per lot and 12.% commission. Which is a bargain. You can have a reserve (no charge).

Bring your bike(s) to the auction at 08:00 and not later than 09:00 for them to be lotted up and put on display. Free tea and coffee available for sellers at this time.

Then go for some shopping or a walk. Returning for the cycle auction at noon and/or the general auction viewing at 12:30 along with a piece of homemade cake and a refreshment. The cycle auction will finish by 13:30 and you will be able to collect your cash or your unsold items then. Latest collection 5:30pm.

Full details for buyers and sellers on the Cycle Auction page

To see the items in the various sections of the auction please visit:

Cycle viewing from 10:30, admission 50p (valid for general auction as well). Cycle Auction at Noon.
General Auction viewing at 12:30. With around 400 lots selling from 2pm.

Rotrax "La Premier" Audax gents bike
Rotrax “La Premier” Audax gents bike

Dawes Mojave Ladies Hybrid bike in marron
Dawes Mojave Ladies Hybrid bike in marron

Don Louis frame drive side
Don Louis frame drive side

Ghilardi Columbus frame Fixie
Ghilardi Columbus frame Fixie

Auction Report for 6th May 2017

About 75 buyers at the auction in Badger Farm Community Centre
About 75 buyers at the auction in Badger Farm Community Centre
Another busy auction with over 400 lots, a couple of hundred people viewing and around 75 buyers in the room at 2:30pm. Top of the lots this month was a Doll’s House with accessories which sold for £80. Then a pair of Kammer & Reinhardt dolls sold for £68. Followed by a vintage brass microscope in its case for £60. The full top twelve with their pictures and prices are below.

June is a busy month:

Clicked the linked text above to get more information on the specialist auctions. Please contact us if you have anything to sell.

We look forward to seeing you again June.


Lot 46 - Cranberry glass bowl and wine glass with two lilac glass vases - Sold for £40
Lot 46 – Cranberry glass bowl and wine glass with two lilac glass vases
Sold for £40

Lot 68 - Large Kammer & Reinhardt china dolls - Sold for £68
Lot 68 – Large Kammer & Reinhardt china dolls
Sold for £68


Lot 69 - Ex ocean liner steamer chair - Sold for £50
Lot 69 – Ex ocean liner steamer chair
Sold for £50

Lot 93 - Junior Muffin the Mule puppet in original box - Sold for £35
Lot 93 – Junior Muffin the Mule puppet in original box
Sold for £35

Lot 133 - 13 x Napoleonic model soldiers - Sold for £30
Lot 133 – 13 x Napoleonic model soldiers
Sold for £30

Lot 193 - Doll's house and accessories - Sold for £80
Lot 193 – Doll’s house and accessories
Sold for £80


Lot 197 - WW2 British grenade and Mason's belt buckle - Sold for £40
Lot 197 – WW2 British grenade and Mason’s belt buckle
Sold for £40

Lot 316 - envelope card table - Sold for £50
Lot 316 – envelope card table
Sold for £50

Lot 365 - 2 framed prints of market and harvest scenes - Sold for £45
Lot 365 – 2 framed prints of market and harvest scenes
Sold for £45

Lot 378 - Dressing table mirror with cast iron frame including a swinging lady - Sold for £35
Lot 378 – Dressing table mirror with cast iron frame including a swinging lady
Sold for £35


Lot 393 - Art Deco mirror - Sold for £37
Lot 393 – Art Deco mirror
Sold for £37

Lot 407 - Vintage brass microscope in case - Sold for £60
Lot 407 – Vintage brass microscope in case
Sold for £60