Seller’s Consignment Agreement and Receipt
Once you have decided to submit your item(s) to auction, we will assist in the delivery where necessary and provide you with a full receipt itemising each item. The receipt will also indicate any reserves that have been agreed along with the proposed auctions dates and terms. In conjunction with this, we will also ask you to complete and sign a Seller’s Consignment Agreement, which provides us with all of your contact details and outlines to you our conditions of sale.
Deadlines for sales vary according to the type of catalogue that we produce, please see our calendar for entry deadlines.
Catalogues & Pre-Sale Marketing
Cheffins is proud to produce industry leading catalogues for all of our specialist sales. Our team of in-house specialists and external consultants provide extensively researched academic catalogue descriptions which sit beside professionally photographed images of the items offered for sale, whilst our online catalogues market goods to a global database of potential buyers. Cheffins in-house PR and Marketing department work closely with local and national publications to publicize our sales and generate press interest.
Ahead of the auction, you will receive a complimentary copy of the catalogue (for specialist sales) and a pre-sale notification, confirming the lot number, estimate, any reserve that may have been agreed and the terms of the sale. Please note that all lots with estimates of £100 or less will be sold without reserve.