Selling Saleroom

Halls Fine Art conduct a series of auctions throughout the year our auction events include: Specialist Fine Antique and Works of Art & Clock Auctions; Asian Art Auctions; Pictures Silver & Jewellery Auctions; Militaria Auctions; Toys and Collectable Auctions; monthly Collective Auctions and Single Owner Estate Auctions.

For each auction Halls offer an online inventory of your items for prospective bidders to view and are proud to display lots for viewing in our purpose built auction rooms at Halls Holdings House that provide a pleasing and relaxed environment.

Our salesrooms boast excellent links to the motorway network, disabled access, ample car parking and comfortable surroundings including onsite high calibre cafe facilities with free WiFi.

Our auctions of higher value lots carry a late night reception evening viewing for bidders convenience, an illustrated catalogue, lots are offered to the international marketplace via an online live bidding platform and actively marketed using various web platforms, social media and advertising in a range of well known publications.  To follow our daily activities sign up to our Facebook or Twitter blogs and join in the conversation.

Halls Fine Art are incredibly proud of their helpful, friendly and above all knowledgeable team of expert specialists who are on hand to assist with customer queries.

Please visit our calendar of activities at See all events for valuation events, dates of auctions, and the closing dates for entry.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do Halls Fine Art Collect?
Halls Fine Art will be pleased to accept delivery of the items you wish to auction between 9am and 5pm any Monday or Friday (excluding Bank Holidays).  Please be advised that Halls Fine Art have no facility to transport.  We do recommend a local courier Geoff Cooper who can be reached on 07803 241 362 and may be engaged privately and separately.

How much will Halls Fine Art charge to sell my item?
We charge a percentage of the hammer price achieved, our various tiers of auctions carry their own commission rate and minimum/advertising charges.  The rate of commission applicable will be determined at the point of auction estimate.

View our commission rates flyer

Our full selling Terms and Conditions here


How can I get an auction estimate?

Should you require an auction estimate before proceeding.  Do bring your item along and meet one of our expert team of specialists at one of our regular Free Valuation Events, see Event Details for details, or attend a Halls Fine Art Valuation Morning, these are held every Monday Morning (except bank holidays) 10am-1pm at Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, SY4 3DR

How can I get an auction estimate at home?


Email Auction Estimates

We welcome email images of the items that you wish to sell at auction to [email protected], we aim to respond within two working days.

Home Visits
Please contact our offices and speak to our Fine Art Secretarial team on 01743 450 700 or email [email protected] to discuss your requirements in more detail.

CITES:  (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is an international agreement between governments. Its aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival.

Halls are proud to adhere to the rules set out in the Government guidelines issued on: www.gov.uk/cites-imports-and-exports.  If you have any queries regarding buying or selling any object which may be listed please obtain advice.