Whether you need a valuation for one item or a whole house full, we are here to help. The first thing we need to know is what sort or valuation would you like? The main types we deal with are valuations for auction, insurance and probate.
We offer free auction advice and estimates, without obligation, to help you decide whether or not to sell at auction. We have the following methods of providing advice about your items - click one to find out more.
Send us images and details of the items you are wishing to sell by using our online valuation form below. It is easy to use and we will get back to you with a full valuation as soon as we can.
Email our specialists images of your items to receive a full auction valuation. We can value any number of items this way and if we feel that we need more information from you to make an accurate assessment we can then arrange to see you and your items in person. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you require a valuation of many items and there are too many photos to send via email please use the free online tool wetransfer to send us a file of photos.
You may require a specialist to visit your home if you have a substantial collection and the items are too large to transport. We are allowed to continue to visit clients to carry out sale, probate and insurance valuations, just as estate agents are, whilst complying with government rules and regulations. Please call 01743 450 700 to book a valuation visit with one of our team. We provide an informal, verbal valuation and advice about selling at auction free of charge.
We offer free valuations every Monday 10am - 5pm at our offices by appointment which are allocated in 30 minute time slots complying with current government guidelines. If Mondays are not suitable for you we can arrange for you to see a specialist on a time to suit you best. Please telephone us on 01743 450 700 or email email@example.com to book an valuation appointment with one of our specialists.
We ask all clients attending our offices to wear a face mask and use sanitiser before entering the building.