Wombell's Antiques and Fine Art Auctioneers is York's dedicated auction house
Frequent general and specialist auction sales
Auctions are every 3 weeks on Saturdays starting at 10:00 and on view the day before from 10:00 until 7:00.
Auctions include antique furnishings, collectables, toys, ceramics, militaria, pictures, coins, silver & jewellery, decorative items as well as modern practical items.
Starting in 2014 we are holding quarterly specialist sales of Silver and Jewellery.
Comprehensive auction house services
We carry out valuations for auction, probate and insurance purposes. Verbal valuations are free, typed valuations are charged for.
Our house clearance service is provided with utmost professional care, discretion and sensitivity.
Accessible and welcoming facilities
Wombell's is based in its own modern purpose built saleroom on the outskirts of the city of York.
The saleroom is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 until 5:00 for valuations and deliveries.
There is ample parking, a cafe and toilet facilities.
We also have our own removals transport which is available to collect larger items or undertake house clearances.
Well-respected and reputable
Auctions are well attended with local, national and international buyers and have a vibrant atmosphere.
We have many vendors ranging from private individuals looking to dispose of one or two items through to solicitors, estate agents, banks and executors dealing with entire estates.
Much of our business comes to us by word-of-mouth recommendation.
We offer a high level of customer service to buyers and sellers and we are very proud that customers from ten years ago are still customers today.
A World War II bomber command collection to 1379166 W/O Leslie Rhodes RAFVR 619 squadron, Lancaster Air Gunner, comprising Air Gunners log book detailing operations in North Africa and Europe, pay book, service and release book, side hat, training helmet and goggles (Lewis Ltd), patches and brevets, together with German Personal Kartes relating to W/O Rhodes imprisonment as a POW in Stalag Luft 7 following and operational crash 10/05/1944 from which W/O Rhodes was the only survivor.