Bids can be submitted by post or email to the address below (where equal bids are submitted, the first received will take preference). Minimum bid prices are shown below each ticket, except for the half tickets, which all have a minimum bid value of £1, and the Bus & Tram Tickets, which have a minimum bid value of £2. Bids above these prices will be in the following steps:
£1 up to £10
£10 up to £500
The condition of the tickets is indicated as follows:
Front of Tickets
indicates that the ticket is in excellent/undamaged condition
indicates the ticket is in good condition with no noticeable defects
indicates the ticket has some wear or minor crease, although still presentable
indicates the ticket is in poor condition
indicates the ticket has faded
for travel tickets: issued and dated example
Platform tickets: mostly issued, some may be dated, but this is not indicated.
Back of Tickets
indicates that the back of the ticket is in good, undamaged condition
indicates that the back of a ticket has paper residue as a result of previous mounting, usually removable with care
indicates that the back of the ticket, including the back paper, has actual damage or loss
indicates that the ticket has no back
This catalogue will be updated with the Sale Results after the auction. This will show the hammer price and the bidding number of the winning bidder for each Lot.
Lots purchased by bidders will be posted by special delivery at the buyer's risk, unless otherwise instructed, and the receipt retained for three months.
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