Andrews & Robertson
Bid X1

Bidders Pre-Registration

Next Auction - Tuesday 26th February 2019
Start Time - 09:00

Bidders Pre-Registration

In order to comply with the Money Laundering Regulations 2017 all buyers are required to pre- register prior to bidding.

To register you will need to provide full details of the buyer and the bidder (if different from the buyer) and two ORIGINAL forms of identification one photographic and one proof of residence , from the list below; these must be originals or copies certified by a solicitor, financial institution or bank.

If bidding on behalf of a company in addition you need to provide a copy of the Certificate of Incorporation and a letter of authority signed by a company director.

Registration will take place at the auction venue. After your details and identification documentation have been checked you will be issued with a unique bidding number and card. Once you have a bidding number registration can be fast tracked at future auctions.

In order to speed up the registration process you may complete the form prior to the auction and e mail the completed form to or alternatively bring the completed form with you on the day. We will need to check your original identification documentation or certified copies prior to issuing your unique bidding number and card.

IDENTIFICATION DOCUMENTATION - ONE FROM EACH LIST (which must be originals or certified copies)

Photographic ID
  • Current signed Passport
  • Current UK/EU Photo Card Driving Licence (1)
  • Residential Permit issued by the Home Office to EU Nationals
  • Firearms Certificate
  • An ID card issued by the Electoral office for N1
Proof of Address
  • Current UK/EU Photo Card Driving Licence (1)
  • Current UK Driving Licence (old style)
  • A utility bill issued within the last three months (but not mobile phone bill)
  • Council Tax bill (valid for the current year)
  • Bank, Building Society or Credit Union statement containing a current address

(1)This may be used to evidence identity or address but not both.

The Auctioneer has the right to refuse bids from a bidder who is not registered.



Choose which document you wish to download:

Bidders Registration Form General Conditions of Sale Buyers Guide Notice to bidders