Chiswick Auctions offer the only dedicated Autographs & Memorabilia auction in London. Our popular sales cover all areas of history, music, film culture, sport, and literature. With items such as autographs becoming increasingly covetable and desirable, clients are looking to own their own piece of history, whether that be a signature, letter, book or script, the list is almost endless. The survival of these items – originally thought to have only a short shelf life, such as works on paper – has made them eminently collectable and desirable. 

We are known for providing a variety of collectables relating to, or owned by, prominent figures such as Winston Churchill, David Bowie, Queen Elizabeth II, The Beatles, Wallis Simpson and Agatha Christie as well as fictional creations such as Harry Potter and James Bond. We also feature items connected to historic events such as The Battle of Trafalgar, many Coronations, and of course the England 1966 World Cup victory.  

We have curated several successful specialist sales including our Coronation and Jubilee sales and these have proved very popular in addition to our regular sales.  Recent highlights include: Diana, Princess of Wales, an Autograph letter, sold for £8,750; Franz Joseph Haydn, Dr Haydn's VI Original Canzonettas, signed by the author, sold for £4,500; Winston Churchill Harrow School Songs, signed and dated "Winston S. Churchill”, sold for £9,375; and Led Zeppelin, A copy of Led Zeppelin II, signed by John Bonham, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones, sold for £10,000.


Thinking of selling? Get a free & confidential valuation by submitting your item online. The unique sales offer you the chance to buy and sell items of personal collecting interest or pieces that have shaped our past. Valentina, the Head of Department, is perfectly placed to advise you on both buying and selling your autographs and memorabilia.




31st May - 16th June


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