Brighton General Auctions

Brighton General Auctions are based in the Woodingdean area of Brighton.

They hold regular general sales with items such as furniture, antiques, porcelain, toys, collectables, designer clothing and paintings as well as specialist sales in more specific areas such as vintage radio and telephones, music and jewellery.

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First World War posters at auction show value of excellent condition

30 January 2018

Subject matter and rarity aside, a major concern for poster collectors is condition, as a group of First World War recruitment posters proved when sold at Brighton General Auctions.


Brownfield sight develops sale demand

18 September 2017

Found by a dog walker in a roadside skip, this remarkably intact Victorian majolica teapot found the ideal bidder at Brighton General Auctions (15% buyer’s premium).


Newly discovered Venetian painting by Edward Lear languished in storage unit

14 August 2017

Found among the contents of a storage unit, a watercolour of Venice by Edward Lear (1812-88) starred in Brighton General Auctions’ (15% buyer’s premium) sale on July 28.

Kipling makes an exceedingly good showing

02 April 2001

UK: THE FINAL LOT in this Sussex sale of books from a Scottish estate, ‘Hallrule’, was a 35-volume ‘Sussex’ edition of the works of Rudyard Kipling. One of the 525 sets issued in 1937-39, it was signed and, according to the catalogue, “full bound”. It reached £10,500.