For our traditional January sale we will be ushering in the New Year with an astonishing mix of antiques and collectibles from all eras, unlike anything that we’ve offered before.  Buyers wait with anticipation for this sale knowing that we set pick some of the very best estate consignments for this event. We’ve hand picked pieces from homes in Washington, Barnegat, Tuckerton, West Creek, Berkeley, & Manahawkin, NJ as well as Catasauqua, PA.  The multi-estate auction will be held at the Eagleswood Fire Hall on Saturday, January 9 beginning with the auction Preview at 8 a.m.  As in the past, you won’t be disappointed.

Featured items include, but are not limited to, early J. Chein, Hubley and Cast Iron Toys; L.C. Tiffany, Baccarat, Depression, Carnival & Vaseline Glass; large selection of Roseville & Contemporary Pottery, circa 1700/1800 Delft Tiles; Signage & Transit items; loads of Ephemera including rare and one of a kind items from Tuckerton, NJ. Many choice Primitives and Paintings will also be on the auction block. Countless variety of vintage Tins, decorative Stoneware, Clocks, unusual Oil Lamps, and for the collector of bizarre specimens, we are offering a Prosthetic Wooden Leg, as well as a carton of Kotex Pads!  Quirky!

You’ll find an abundant selection of photographs of items in our Gallery Section by clicking on this link. Gallery Section — January 9, 2016.  For additional information on any lot in this sale, call Dan Melega at 609.618.7216 or email us at Phone bidders are welcomed.  (Absentee Phone Bid Form click here.)  Or, you may wish to leave a bid or bid LIVE on items in our electronic catalog which can be found at the following link:

If you are considering consigning to a future sale, please don’t hesitate to contact us, our auctions fill-up quickly.  Our January sale is full, but we are currently taking consignments for our Coin and Currency Auction scheduled for Sunday, February 28 and our spring Saturday, April 23 auction.  There’s no fee for us to come out and preview items you wish to sell and you’re under no obligation.

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