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This article contains helpful tips and pointers for bidding sucessfully at auction.



Laughing BIDDING 

All goods are sold on a per each basis unless otherwise stated

eg: (if there are 10 items in the lot the hammer price is for 1)


The top bidder can take as many or few as they wish, paying the hammer price for each unit.  

The remaining items (if any) are then offered to the under bidder/s, and then, offered to the floor subject to availability.


The auctioneer may, at his/her discretion, offer the items for auction subject to a minimum buy quantity or bulk lot offer.  This is most prevalent when there are unsold items on a lot and large quantities remaining.


When bidding ensure your bidding number is on hand, as the auctioneer may ask to sight it.



 Absentee and phone bids are welcome at our auctions.  We do however, ask that buyers (or a representative) come to the auction to view the item/s that they are intending to bid on prior to the goods being auctioned.


On the back of our Registration Form there is a section to record details for the absentee or phone bid.


Please feel free to ask our staff for assistance with this process - we will be more than happy to help.