How to Sell
Valuations and general and specialist advice for selling lots at auction are free of charge. We offer a free email valuation service, usually all we need is a good image, and we will then contact you and discuss the likely sale value, if the item is suitable for sale at auction. We also carry out valuations by appointment in our saleroom. We are happy to undertake home visits particularly where a large clearance needs to be undertaken. We are also happy to travel countrywide should it be necessary to do so. Official valuations for probate and insurance will attract a valuation fee based on the amount of work and research needed to prepare the specific valuation document.
If you would like to sell your items through one of our auctions you can either bring what you want to auction into our Guildford saleroom, we also offer home visits where applicable or you can send an email to the following email addresses for the following departments which would suit the item(s) you wish to sell through Wellers:
*You can also enter lots for one of our farm auctions online via our website.
What Happens Next
Once your items arrive they will be entered into the next available auction. The items will be lotted up, photographs of them taken and they will be available to view online via our website and other associated websites.
The lots you have put into auction will then go under the hammer in our weekly general auctions, or in one of our off-site farm or architectural auctions either sold to bidders in the room or in the room and online depending on what service is available to customers for that particular auction. The customers will then pay and collect the items they have won.
Payment For Lots Sold
Once your items have been for you will be paid out within 28 working days after the sale date either by bank transfer or by cheque. There are occasions when this is delayed by slow payment from buyers. If a customer reneges on paying for the lot they have won then your item will be re-entered into the next available sale.
All items on the premises are deemed to be insured by the Vendor before the fall of the hammer and by the Purchaser after the fall of the hammer.