SIDCUP COVID ADVICE FOR ALL VIEWING DAYS & THE SALE DATES: SEPTEMBER 25th & 26th.
In order to keep us & yourselves safe in these times, it is required that you bring your own personal PPE in the form of a face covering/mask & sanitiser. While we provide sanitiser, we advise that your own personal safety is your responsibility, though we are here to help.
Please respect and observe social distancing. In order to remain safe, please respect others and their space during viewing and sale times. Once the auction starts, there is no more viewing. Left bids and phone bids are preferred if interested in a few items only.
Your name and phone number will be taken, along with your temperature reading before entry to the auction rooms. This is a requirement that must be observed, entry will be denied if this is something you’re in disagreement with.
Spectators (unfortunately) are not welcome at this time as we are regulating the number of visitors at sale time. No more in your group than two people, groups are not welcome at this time (sorry), again to keep numbers down. Anyone with a breathing disorder, medical restrictions or that are shielding is advised not to attend.
Thank you for your continued custom and respecting the safety standards put upon us all at this difficult time and for helping to keep Sidcup Auctions open and safe for all.
Any further details can be gained by calling or emailing directly through the website.
Sidcup Auction Rooms.
Welcome to Sidcup Auctions
Our two day auctions are held fortnightly on a Friday & Saturday starting at 11am, we are based just off Sidcup High Street which is in the County of Kent.
Sold over two days each sale consists of 900-1200 lots of antiques, collectables & good quality general items which you can view prior to the sale by visiting our Auction View Page.
We sell silver, gold, jewellery, pottery, porcelain, glass, crystal, prints, oil paintings, water colours, furniture, mirrors, metalware, military, books, toys, boxes of odds and lots more interesting items.
We have a very competitive commission rates for buyers & sellers.
We provide a professional service for the collection of items to be entered into our auction, from single items to full house clearances.
Free valuations are available for items that are going to be entered into our sale.
We offer a complete probate valuation service for executors, solicitors and beneficiaries of a deceased estates
‘The Lost Lewisham Automatons’ by Sam Smith, famous automaton maker. These two (working) figures were part of the clock tower inside of the Lewisham shopping centre l, circa 1970(s).
Thought to be lost for many years, they were in store and privately owned and now up for sale at Sidcup Auction Rooms on Saturday 24th of October.