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Kelly Schultz Auctions is the place to be in Western New York if you want beautiful, high quality antiques. Their auctions which are held periodically at the Western New York Events Center in Clarence are well run, organized and seldom will you find junk or things you wouldn’t have yourself in your own home. However, expect to pay a little bit higher price than you would at other auctions in the area due to the quality of the product.
Kester Auctions is held once per month at the American Legion Hall in Orchard Park, New York and always has a few surprises for everyone. We have purchased many things over the years at this auctioneer and have never been disappointed with the resulting condition, quality or price. Kester Auctions is one of the best places to buy and sell antiques and collectibles in New York State.
A – Z Auctions has been around for a very long time. We visit them every time we are in the Western New York area because this is a place where you can normally find a diamond in the rough, so to speak. You never know what you are going to find at A – Z auctions and if you like box lots, this is the place to go. We have picked up boxes here for $1 to $2 and were well worth the money spent.
Bontrager Auctions features some decent antiques and collectibles at reasonable prices. The last time we visited them, they had a decent collection of antique furniture but most of it would require at least a little bit of elbow grease to clean and polish it up. They had many collectibles including glass, porcelain, pottery and a few pieces of art. Bontrager is worth a look if you are in the Western New York area with some spare time on your hands.
Amity Auctions has been around for over 25 years is one of Long Island, New York’s finest antique and fine art auctions. Amity Auction Gallery holds an auction every month and offers appraisal services.
Old Red Barn Auctions is located in Cuddebackville, New York and has been in business since 1975. This is real country auction held in an old barn that was built in the 1800’s and renovated in the early 70’s. Old Red Barn Auctions holds a estate and consignment auction the first Saturday of each month featuring antique country furniture, vintage collectibles and home accessories.
Cottone Auctions located in Geneseo, New York is self described as “Christie’s in Cow Country.” Cottone Auctions feature high quality, high end antique furniture and accessories as well as fine art at their catalogue auctions which are held a few times a year. They also offer appraisal services.
Green Gable Village is an auction house in Great Valley, New York that is well known around the country and world for their estate and antique auctions. The expansive Green Gable Village also includes a multi-dealer antique mall and a Carriage House Antique Emporium that houses thousands of antiques and collectibles.
Clarke Auction which may also be known as C & C Auctions is located in Larchmont, New York and holds a monthly auction that attracts hundreds of buyers. Clarke Auction features antique and collectibles auctions as well as fine art and decorative accessories.
Doyle New York was founded in 1962 and is based in New York City with an office in Washington DC. Doyle conducts about forty auctions per year which attract buyers from across the U.S., Europe and across the Globe. Doyle auctions include some of the finest antiques, fine art and jewelry and famous and important estates.
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Philip Weiss Auctions has been around for about 40 years and specializes in collectibles. Located on Long Island, New York, Philip Weiss Auctions is a central destination for thousands of collectors and Mr. Weiss has served as a consultant to many other auction houses around the country.
Swann Auction Galleries have been a part of New York since 1941 and their auctions attract buyers from around the globe. Swann galleries specializes in antique and vintage print media including posters, autographs, antique and vintage maps as well as rare books and publications. They hold auctions several times a month and provide for online live bidding.
Tepper Galleries bills itself as the “oldest auction in New York City” and has been around since 1937. Tepper Galleries holds auctions every other Saturday morning and features some of the best antiques and fine art auctions as well as estate auctions in the country.
Richmond Galleries has a very rich auction history on Staten Island, New York and have been around since the 1920’s. Richmond Galleries auctions attract hundreds of people from the Mid-Atlantic area and feature some of the finest antique furniture, vintage collectibles and fine art as well as vintage toys and memorabilia.