We've sold on eBay for you:
Our service is designed to get you higher prices for your stuff.
We put our money where our mouth is and work purely on commission. We get paid more only when you do.
Item commission just 1/3 upto £1,000 net sale value
10% reduced rate on net sales value over £1,000
Commission only charged on your net sale value – never on postage or fees
No listing, disposal, storage, or appraisal fees
If required, collection quoted separately based on cost for size of load and locations
What It Costs
For selling your item, we charge a commission of 1/3 of the Net Sales Value of your item up to £1,000 and then just 10% above that. So if your item sells for £3,000, you will get £2,467 -- an average commission of 18%. The buyer pays all the postage charges and eBay & Paypal fees as part of the hammer price - the remaining amount is the Net Sales Value which is what your item sells for. We do not charge commission on the postage or eBay fees.
For example, we sold a valuable 19th Century Rudall and Rose flute for £2,053. Our commission was 33% for the first £1,000, i.e. £333, then 10% on the remaining £1053, i.e. £105, so our total commission was 21% i.e. £438 and the seller received £1615.
Furthermore, unlike traditional auction houses, we do not charge for storage of unsold lots or higher percentage commissions for larger items. Please note there is a Minimum Commission per lot based on the commission on the Minimum Sales Value, and withdrawal and reserve fees if these services are selected. Please see our schedule of fees for details.