Stroud Auction Rooms is closed


24 March 2020
Stroud Auction Rooms is closed Stroud Auction Rooms is closed
Stroud Auction Rooms is the latest company to follow government advice and shut up shop thanks to the Coronavirus.

Stroud Auction Rooms has released the following statement: ‘In accordance with the latest Government guidelines, we are now closed for a minimum of three weeks. All scheduled auctions are postponed for now. However, we are still available by phone or email if you need advice or have any questions.
Valuations are still available by email, just send over some images of your item(s) and our specialists will come back to you promptly. We would like to send our very best wishes to all our customers for the coming weeks, which will be difficult for everyone.
We are looking forward to being back to our usual best as soon as the situation allows.’

Stroud Auction Rooms is based in Stroud, Gloucestershire. More details at



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