Auction Centre   01347 821379                        York Office   01904 791131  


Summersgills was founded by Geoffrey Summersgill in 1959 and are one of York's leading Auctioneers & Valuers. 

      Being a family run business we having built an enviable reputation over the last 56 years in the North Yorkshire region we are known for our reliability, integrity and professionalism. 

       With over 10,000 local and international registered customers we aim to achieve the very best price for items in our auction and now with internet bidding opening a huge worldwide market.

      Auctions take place at our new sale room at Roxby House Estate Easingwold York only 12 miles from York 

We also have an office in York with ample parking and experts are always onhand.

Summersgills will make buying and selling an easy and pleasant experience.


                                             Free Valuations 

                       Email your photo to and receive a free pre sale estimate  


Are you properly insured ?

The majority of people are under insured meaning you will not get the right price for you valuable contents.

           From as little as £100 you will receive a insurance valuation so that if the unfortunate should happen you will be covered for the correct amount.

    Antiques and collectables always wanted


 The 14,000 sq ft Auction centre at Easingwold has two salesrooms with ample storage for pre sale goods and plenty of parking for all customers 



       A 19th century Chinese sky blue vase 

SOLD £22,420  NOV 2017 
A early century blue and white Chinese charger having a six characture mark on the side but stapled damage.

Sold May 2018 £31,000

    Antique Auction 15th September 2018 

850 Lots of Antiques and Collectables 

The Auction Centre  Roxby House Estate  York Road  Easingwold  North Yorkshire  YO61 3EF 

 Start time  11am     

  Viewing Friday 10am - 7.00pm            Saturday 830am- 11am

Full Catalogue on NOW

Good selection of long cased clocks including Richard Palmer Whelstone Bally Storr York William Lister Halifax
A figure by of I who love nothing bring you my love so that you will grow is a world of hope marked Mw
A drawing by Stanley Spencer of John Shevis Chief Engineer as seen on the Antiques Road Show
An quality oil painting of two ships The Asdcanius in Venice
The Ascanius Completed in December 1910 as steam passenger ship. 1914 requisitioned as troop transport for the Australian Expeditionary Force (AEF) and returned to the owner in 1920. 1940 again requisitioned by the Admiralty for use as a troopship.

A good three stone diamond ring in 18k gold weight 1ct diamonds


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