How to Sell
Looking to sell part (or all) of your whisky collection? Maybe you are looking to free up some cash for your next purchase, or perhaps you have inherited a collection from a relative. Our team of whisky experts can help!
It's not just whisky either — we also sell rum, cognac, gin and other spirits.
There are just 5 simple steps to sell with The Whisky Shop Auctions.
Send Your Items
Drop off at one of our 22 locations in the UK & France with free insurance up to £250.
Find a shop
Contact us to arrange a home collection. We may even be able to provide packing materials.
Send items direct to our Auction House using the carrier of your choice.
Find the Auction House
Go to Auction
We'll book in your item with a provisional auction date and ask you to confirm the details. Then it's time to go under the hammer!
You'll be able to follow its progress every step of the way in your account.
Once your item has sold, the buyer has 7 days to pay. Then we'll automatically deduct our Seller's Fees and add your funds to your Virtual Wallet.
You can then hold the funds for future purchases, saving on bank transaction or currency conversion fees, or withdraw via PayPal or bank transfer.Virtual Wallet
Why sell with us?
|Drop off at local UK shops|
|Advanced search filters|
|360° spin photography|
|Our virtual wallet|
|Immediate cash out option|
|Private client service|
What do we need?
To get started we need as much detail as you can provide about your item(s). Try and include the following information:
Distillery or Brand
This is usually the largest name on the bottle. For independent bottlings, please provide the name of the bottler/series too.
Age or Vintage
The age of a whisky is the age at which it was bottled. The vintage is the year it was distilled and is usually stated on limited edition or single cask expressions.
Volume & Strength
Volume is usually provided in ml, cl, or litres, but older bottles may have fl. oz. Strength is usually measured in ABV or % VOL, but can be in proof too.
Pictures of your item can make identifying the bottle much simpler. Please include a good image of the bottle, clearly showing the label and the bottle closure.