It depends on the kind of English that you are talking about and whether you're only concerned about contemporary English.
It would certainly have been normal in Early Modern English. Think of the nursery rhyme:
Baa, baa, black sheep,
Have you any wool?
In contemporary North American English, this has completely given way to the version with do support.
It has also gone this way in British English, although have got is common. The version without do support is associated with older speakers, or with more formulaic sentences (such as 'have you any idea ...').
It would appear, however, that this is still not uncommon in Irish English.