Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found collapsed near a shopping centre in Salisbury city centre on March 4. They remain in hospital in a critical condition along with Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey who went to their aid.
The incident took place at the top of Castle Street, about a quarter of a mile from Woolley and Wallis’ main premises.
Although clients have been phoning and emailing to check whether events will be held, the auctioneers reported no disruption to its viewings or auctions so far.
Its next sale will be an auction of Clarice Cliff, Art Deco & Design on March 21.
A spokesman for the saleroom said: “At the moment all the roads are clear. We can’t of course predict what may or may not happen next week but the police have not given any indication that there will be further travel disruption.”