If you cannot attend the auction
There are several ways to bid. We strongly recommend that you attend the auction to bid personally. However, if you cannot attend, you can arrange to bid by other means.
Next Auction - 27 March 2018
Bidding at auction is a straight process. You may bid in person, by telephone, online & proxy bidding. This guide will help you prepare for your bidding. Click here for answers to frequently asked questions.
We strongly recommend that you make every effort to attend the auction to bid personally. If you are unable to attend we would be pleased to arrange a telephone or proxy bid with you. This should be done by prior arrangement at least 1 working day prior to the auction.
This allows you to speak by telephone to a member of the auction team live in the auction room and instruct us to bid for you. You are able to view the auction online on our website (please note that this might be restricted on some tablets or mobile devices).
You can view the auction live and bid online in real time.
You can authorise the Auctioneer to bid on your behalf to your specified limit.
In order to bid remotely, you will be required to fill out and sign the remote bidding form. Please also make sure you have read the up-to-date addendum (if applicable). We will also require your 10% deposit for your intended maximum bid. This can be in the form of a personal or company cheque or bankers draft. Proof of identification is also required in the form of either a copy passport, driving license, utility bill or bank statement. Your remote bidding request will only be complete once you have been informed by a member of the auction team.