Charles Ross Auctioneers

Charles Ross Auctioneers is an auction house based in Woburn in Bedfordshire.

It was set up by Charles (Charlie) Ross who ran it for 25 years before it was acquired by estate agents Cooper Beard in 2007. Auctioneer and TV personality Charlie Ross has since then had no connection with the company.

In August 2020, Hansons purchased the assets of the firm after it ceased trading during the coronavirus lockdown.

Charles Hanson

Hanson takes over assets of insolvent Charles Ross Auctioneers and Holloway’s

31 August 2020

Derbyshire auctioneer Charles Hanson has purchased the assets of two struggling UK salerooms: Charles Ross Auctioneers in Woburn and Holloway’s in Banbury.


Aussie artist Harold Power's powerful work sells for ten times top estimate

04 September 2017

Working horses painted by the Australian artist Harold Power (1878-1951) starred at Charles Ross Fine Art (17.5% buyer’s premium) on August 19 in Woburn, Bedfordshire.


Rhead all about it in Woburn auction

14 August 2017

Collectors of works by the Rhead family of potters will no doubt have September 5 already marked in their diaries.

Holloway’s of Banbury to join Charles Ross Auctioneers

04 March 2015

Holloway’s of Banbury, founded in the early 1970s by the late Tim Holloway and owned since 2001 by Nick Williams, is to join Charles Ross Auctioneers, owned by Russell Beard.


New York dealer secures Woburn club

01 November 2010

THIS late 18th/early 19th century Native American ball-head club made a house record when it sold for £33,000 at Charles Ross auctioneers in Woburn, Bedfordshire.


Finding the silver linings

01 September 2004

THESE two superb pieces of Victorian silver proved flagship lots for two south of England salerooms in July.