Lots needed for this Saturday’s auction at Otterbourne

Otterbourne auction 1 September 2018
Viewing at Otterbourne Auction 1st September 2018

Otterbourne Village Hall is the largest venue that we use. We have quite a lot of lots for Saturday but we would like a lot more. If you have lots to sell please email [email protected].

You may remember that last month we had several good quality lots of silver, pocket watches and wrist watches. There were 26 items that sold for £40 or over including an Art Deco silver tea set for £320. You can see the full report here Auction Report 2nd February 2019. IF YOU HAVE GOOD QUALITY LOTS, THERE ARE BUYERS IN THE ROOM WITH THE CASH. One or two of them may have spent close to a £1,000 last month.

You can see what sold well at previous auctions in our Auction ReportsIf you are bringing lots for this sale, 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.

Do not upload your items until you have discussed them by emailing [email protected].

1 thought on “Lots needed for this Saturday’s auction at Otterbourne”

  1. We have a lovely portable harmonium for sale tomorrow. It’s made by the Hillier Organ Company London and is probably pre-1900. In full working order and very clean.The measurements are: 38” wide, 31” high & 14” deep.
    Only a photo will be in the auction room tomorrow.

    The successful bidder can collect from Bishopstoke.

    Some more info about The Hillier Organ Company http://tardis.dl.ac.uk/FreeReed/organ_book/node9.html

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