1. Getting Auction Estimates
The first step to selling your item is to get auction estimates. Fellows' specialists can provide you with free auction estimates based on photographs. Please use our online valuation form.
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2. Decision to sell
Based on the auction estimates, our specialists will decide whether your property is appropriate for sale at auction. If you decide to proceed, you will sign a contract, and Fellows will take the item in for cataloguing.
*Please note there will be an additional charge for marketing, loss or liability and a handling fee. Seller's will also pay a commission charge. For more information on these charges please click here.
Approximately two weeks before the auction you will receive a letter notifying you of the lot numbers allocated to your items. You will also receive a full colour catalogue.
3. Sellers contract
The seller's contract provides details of your reserve price and seller's commission.
Payment for any sold items is sent out by cheque, usually fifteen working days after the sale is completed.
For more information please click here to read the Terms of Business at Fellows & Sons.