Established in 1879 Northgate Auction Rooms hold sales of antiques and collectables on the 1st Thursday of each month, general sales on remaining Thursday’s and additional sales as instructed at Newark in Nottinghamshire.
Sales are held at the Northgate auction rooms on the main East / West road through Newark, close to the town centre. There is on site parking for 30 vehicles.
Catalogues are available 7 days prior to sale; there is an annual subscription of £24 per annum for catalogues.
Sales consist of usually 450 lots of selected items from house clearances throughout Nottinghamshire and West Lincolnshire.
On Site Auctions. Auctions may be held on the vendor’s premises e.g. farm machinery.
Entries for all sales are by appointment on Mondays and Fridays 9.00am – 1.00pm and 2.00pm – 4.00pm.
Entries for Antique sales at least 10 days prior to sale date in time for cataloguing.
Transport arranged for both single items and house clearance at the cost of around £30 per hour. Transport prices quoted are only a guideline and must not be taken as the price that will be charged.
Wednesday prior 9.30am – 6.00pm and morning of sale from 9.00am
Wednesday prior 9.30am – 5.00pm and morning of sale from 9.00am
Antique sales 15% subject to VAT. General sales 15% subject to VAT. Minimum commission £1 per lot sold for £4 or under. A buyers commission of 15% for general sales and 15% for the antique and collectors sales will be charged.
Valuation and sales advice on goods to be entered in our sales carried out at our Northgate Auction Rooms or in your home by appointment, fee by negotiation.
Written valuations for sale, probate, insurance and family division in your home by appointment, fees agreed in advance.
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