Frequently Asked Questions
A. Our auctions are open to the public, anyone can register to bid. However, no one under 16 is allowed to attend the auction.
A. We start our auctions at 9:00 a.m. The gate will be open at 7:30 a.m.
A. No. We don’t start the bidding on anything. We accept any reasonable opening bid.
A. All items have to be paid for in full by the end of the auction day?
A. We take Cash, Checks, Credit Cards, and Debit Cards.
A. An “absolute auction” is where everything in the auction sells to the last bidder regardless of price.
A. No. Some items sell with a minimum acceptable bid. We will take the last bid on the item and sell it if it meets the minimum price.
However, items sold by government agencies will be sold “absolute” unless otherwise stated.
A. Items can be previewed on the Friday before the auction from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You can also register for the auction at that time.
A. Yes, we do use an online bidding platform with a link from our website. You will have to register with them and prequalify to bid.
A. We accept consignments starting 2 weeks prior to the next auction. We stop taking consignments on the Wednesday before the auction.
A. We charge a commission based on the price of the item sold. It works on a sliding commission scale.