Valuation Day for Guns and related sporting items at GWCT HQ in Hampshire on Wednesday 10th April
The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust and Holts Auctioneers are working together to offer a solution to what to do with your guns when there’s no one in the house to use them anymore. In most cases guns and sporting items are left to a family member or sold by Executors with the proceeds becoming part of the estate. Sometimes people choose to bequeath guns to the GWCT which then benefits from the proceeds at auction.
Over the past few years this has happened more frequently and Holts Auctioneers have been happy to handle the collection and sale of the items in a very sensitive and discreet way.
Even if you are simply giving up shooting or have a gun that you no longer use you might allow GWCT to benefit by having Holts to sell it on your behalf and donating part or all of the proceeds to the charity.
If you would be interested in discussing either leaving a gun to the GWCT or donating the proceeds of the sale of a gun to the GWCT, Corinne Duggins would be happy to talk to you confidentially about the process and the best way to proceed.
Holts Auctioneers, who have just celebrated their 25th anniversary as Organisational Members of the GWCT, are pleased to give preferential rates to anyone wishing to do this and will also include an appropriate note (if wanted) in the lot description.
Valuation Day at the GWCT Conference Centre, Burgate Manor, Fordingbridge.
Holts will be at GWCT HQ on Wednesday 10th and will be happy to value your guns sporting items or militaria either out of interest of if you are thinking of selling. To book an appointment please contact David Thurgood on 07775 814262 / 01297 306123 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are thinking of a legacy or a gun donation, Corinne Duggins can be contacted by email at email@example.com or 01425 651012
Holts Hold regular valuation days throughout the UK, for more information please see https://www.holtsauctioneers.com/selling.html#paragraph2