Vintage Guitar Auctions

Gariner Houlgate Auction Rooms is holding a world-wide auction of Vintage and Fine guitars in London on Sunday 2nd October.

Guitarists, buyers, collectors and vintage fans rejoice, Gariner Houlgate's guitar auctions will offer a fine selection of guitars, from antique, to vintage even some entry level guitars - to make sure that it caters to all guitar enthusiasts. You can also watch or look around, if you want you could just drool over the great looking old and new guitars they have for auction, just make sure your drool doesn't drop on any of the guitars or it might be considered sold!

Some of the guitars that will go under the hammer include an 1880 Martin 0-28, a 1953 Gibson J-50, a 1958 Gibson Les Paul Junior, and a 1971 Sunburst Fender Stratocaster to name a few.

The fun doesn't end there, if you need to let go of a guitar because your room is getting cramped with all your new gear, they can help you with selling your gear. Maybe you need additional money to buy that perfect guitar that you found - for the Nth time (there is no known cure for GAS) - Gariner Houlgate can put your guitar up for auction at a competitive charge.

An early 19th century Martin Acoustic Guitar

You can also bid on a prospective guitar online via their website. You can join their mailing list to ensure that you are updated with the latest auctions and items.

So check for extra unused gear, check your budget, then head to Guitar Auctions website for more information.

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Old Vintage guitars/amps, Fender, Gibson, Ibanez


I have some guitars, Fender, Gibson, Rocket, and some others. I also have some amplifiers Fender Ibanez and others. I would like to sell some of them. What is you fee for auction items and can I put a hold on the sale of any given item? Please advise.

Sincerely Richard

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