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Probate Valuation House Clearance

  • Our director has carried out countless probate valuations for all types of properties and contents over the past decade.

  • If you require a 'house contents valuation for probate' following a bereavement, Featherstone's can cater for your requirements. We work with local solicitors and executors, producing high quality headed documentation in both email and print form.

  • We offer both a formal and informal service and will waiver our probate valuation fee's if we are given the opportunity to purchase or auction the goods valued.

  • We use our extensive knowledge and can value an entire estate including all the possessions and contents from general furnishings to antiques and collectables including some of the below;-


  • Jewellery -  9ct, 14ct, 18ct, 22ct, 24ct gold, white gold, platinum, rings, wedding bands, necklaces, bracelets, ear rings with diamonds, sapphires, rubies, amethysts.

  • Coins - sovereigns, full and half, Krugerrands, Silver, Ancient Roman, Greek, Byzantium.

  • Vehicles -  cars, motorcycles, motorhomes, boats, caravans, aeroplanes.

  • Works of art - paintings, watercolours, lithographs, bronze statues, silver plate, copper, wooden wares, clocks, watches.

  • China - tea services, figurines, fine ornaments including Meissen, Dresden, Victorian, Oriental Chinese & Japanese articles.

  • Silverware - tea services, snuff boxes, flatware, vases.

  • Glass - vases, crystal decanters, tumblers, Murano art glass.

  • Furniture - modern 21st century century furniture, mid century retro inspired furniture including Ercol, G-Plan, antique Edwardian, Victorian, Georgian including mahogany, walnut, rosewood, oak, bentwood.

  • Electrical goods - general white goods, cameras, televisions, computers, garden equipment, tools.

  • Once the probate valuation has been carried out, we can place a total figure on the contents. If this total figure is under £1500, you officially do not need to provide a document for HMRC, but they may still ask for evidence such as photographs.

  • If we identify any works of art, jewellery or vehicles for example that have a value over £1500 alone, these will need to be listed on the IHT400 document.

Antique Den
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