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About us

Andrew Swain MA MRICS
Auctioneer & Valuer

Lucy Homer MA MRICS
Cataloguer and Auctioneer

Martin Luff
Accounts Administrator

History of Baffins Hall

Our auctions are held at Baffins Hall, Chichester, West Sussex in the south of England on a monthly basis throughout the year.

Baffins Hall is in the heart of the historic city of Chichester, a few minutes from the mainline station and with several car parks in the immediate vicinity. It has been a furniture saleroom since 1913 and regular auction sales have been held there for nearly 100 years. Prior to that it was a Unitarian Chapel dating from 1672. It's wonderful barrel ceiling, original galleries and stained glass windows make a perfect setting for the sale of antiques and collectables.

Categories featured in our auction include Antique Furniture and Clocks, Paintings, Silver, Jewellery, Ceramics & Glass, Works of Art, Carpets & Rugs, Bronzes and Collectors' Items.

We are offering advanced condition reports by email or with a video app of your choice. If you would like to view the sale in person, you must call us to make an appointment. A mask must be worn and hand sanitiser used as you enter.

We combine our knowledge and expertise with old fashioned personal service. Our policy is to set high standards, to use our collective experience to give excellent value and most of all, to retain integrity in everything we do.

We use modern technology and place our catalogues on the internet and together with extensive advertising, this ensures we reach a World-wide audience.

We also offer a free valuation service throughout the south of England. We regularly hold free valuation days at our Baffins Hall Salerooms and at Henry Adams estate agency offices in the region. For larger items such as furniture and collections, we are happy to visit your home to inspect.

Our auctions are held at Baffins Hall, Chichester, West Sussex in the south of England on a monthly basis throughout the year.

Baffins Hall is in the heart of the historic city of Chichester, a few minutes from the mainline station and with several car parks in the immediate vicinity. It has been a furniture saleroom since 1913 and regular auction sales have been held there for nearly 100 years. Prior to that it was a Unitarian Chapel dating from 1672. It's wonderful barrel ceiling, original galleries and stained glass windows make a perfect setting for the sale of antiques and collectables.

Categories featured in our auction include Antique Furniture and Clocks, Paintings, Silver, Jewellery, Ceramics & Glass, Works of Art, Carpets & Rugs, Bronzes and Collectors' Items.

We are offering advanced condition reports by email or with a video app of your choice. If you would like to view the sale in person, you must call us to make an appointment. A mask must be worn and hand sanitiser used as you enter.

We combine our knowledge and expertise with old fashioned personal service. Our policy is to set high standards, to use our collective experience to give excellent value and most of all, to retain integrity in everything we do.

We use modern technology and place our catalogues on the internet and together with extensive advertising, this ensures we reach a World-wide audience.

We also offer a free valuation service throughout the south of England. We regularly hold free valuation days at our Baffins Hall Salerooms and at Henry Adams estate agency offices in the region. For larger items such as furniture and collections, we are happy to visit your home to inspect.

Our Next Sale

Thu 7th October 12.00
A Silver and Jewellery Auction to include Coins and Watches


By appointment. Auction starts at midday

Register interest Bid online at the saleroom

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Valuation Services

We will be delighted to inspect and value items for future sales.

We also specialise in providing written valuations for insurance, probate and family division.

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