A&G hosts both Timed Online Auctions and Deadline Sales.
Visit our Auction page for all current and upcoming auction lots, their start and end times and previously sold lots.
A&G’s online bidding platform has live streaming video of the auction, which is accessible to your computer or mobile device. This enables you to bid directly in the sale whilst remaining remote from the sale.
Clients choosing to bid online with A&G Live should register at least 24 hours prior to the auction. Once you’ve registered, you can enter the online saleroom 15 minutes before the sale starts, or at any point during the sale.
When registering to bid in an online-only auction, you will be asked to register your credit card information. If you are successful in the sale, your credit card will not be automatically charged. Following the sale, you will receive a phone call from A&G. For security A&G does not store your complete payment information for future transactions.
Before you bid, please pay attention to all costs associated with each lot, including Buyer’s Premium and any other possible additional fees.
You can register in advance to bid by contacting A&G or registering on our website.
You must bring with you; photo ID and a proof of address to collect a paddle prior to the auction.
New clients are encouraged to register at least 24 hours in advance of an auction to ensure sufficient time for your information to be processed.
You must register to bid with A&G and then also add the chosen lot to your 'Watchlist' before you can bid. To register simply complete the online 'register' form and we will contact you to complete the process. Alternatively email email@example.com or contact our office on 0191 4303025
When you register to bid you will also be required to provide the following documents to verify your identity:
Private individuals should provide:
- A copy of your passport or other government-issued photo ID; and
- Proof of your residential address (such as a bank statement or utility bill), which must be dated within the last three months
You can either upload your documents on our website or alternatively email your documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organisations should provide:
- A copy of formal documents evidencing:
- The organisation's incorporation
- Registered office and business address
- All directors
- The shareholders and any ultimate beneficial owners and
- Authorisation for the individuals allowed to bid on behalf of the organisation, plus a copy of the government-issued photo ID for each authorised individual.
You can mail your corporate documents to email@example.com.
You may also be asked for a financial references and/or a deposit as a condition of allowing you to bid.
REGISTER TO BID
If you are unable to attend an auction, you may choose to place 'maximum bid' (also commonly referred to as a proxy or commission bid). This can be done online, once you have registered to bid. Each lot has a 'Max Bid' tab which you can enter before the sale ends.
A maximum bid takes priority over another same amount bid received afterwards. Your bids will only increase if an alternative higher bid is received. Your final bid will only exceed an alternative bid by the pre-determined bidding increment level for that lot and will not exceed your maximum bid level.
Each lot is automatically set with pre-determined bidding increments, unless otherwise stated.
Each lot provides the opportunity for a bidder to place a 'Maximum Bid' (or Proxy Bid). This is the maximum amount you are willing to bid for a lot. Having set a 'Maximum Bid', should another bidder place an alternative bid on the same lot then your next bid will be automatically placed to the next pre-determined increment. Your bids will only continue until they exceed an alternative bid and will not be placed above your pre-determined maximum level. Should two bids be received for the same amount, the first placed proxy bid will take precedent.
Download our Auction Terms & Conditions