Wolves in Wolves Auction

The auction details of the wolves are as follows:

Thursday 2 November, 2017
Hayward Suite, Molineux stadium

  • Preview 4pm
  • Auction starts 7pm

You can also bid online.

Hosted by Will Farmer, Director of Fielding Auctioneers Ltd and well known presenter of BBC's Antiques Roadshow.

The proceeds of the auction will be shared between Outside Centre and the Mayor of Wolverhampton, Councillor Elias Mattu's chosen charities.

Auction guide prices

The suggested estimate for the larger wolves will be between £2,000 and £3,000, with bids starting from £1,500

Register to attend

Attendees will need to register online for a ticket, priced £5.50 (plus usual booking fees) via Ticketmaster. If you are unable to attend, do not worry you are still able to bid online.

Large wolves available at auction

The remaining wolves will either be retained by their sponsors for use in projects, such as Hope at Headstart and Aurora at Talentmatch, both being used for activities with young people.

A handful of the wolves are set to remain on display in the city centre, such as Hunter outside the University School of Art, Old Gold in the Wolves Museum, Thomas at Marston's House, Support Life at the University of Wolverhampton, Mander at Mander House, Beanstalk at the Grand Theatre, and roaming wolf Claude.

Online, telephone and sealed bids will be available for this audition, more details to follow.

*There will be a maximum of 40 mini wolves from the Wolverhampton Art Gallery exhibition also available at the auction.