How to Consign

As a precautionary measure during the Covid-19 pandemic, we will be accepting consignments by appointment only if they are of an urgent nature (real estate closing, moving, end of lease, full estate liquidation or similar situation). If not of an urgent nature, we ask that you wait until restrictions have been lifted. We are still available for home appointments, sales calls, and estate liquidation consultations. We are still able to process but not schedule onsite auctions. Please call 804-325-8598 if you need assistance

We do not accept consignments on Saturday’s, and are closed on Sunday and Monday.

You will complete a simple consignment contract which details the auction process and procedure, allocated a consignor number to be used for your first and all subsequent consignments, and be provided with a detailed inventory listing of the items consigned to auction.

We sell all manner of personal property, antiques, collectibles, jewelry, furniture and decorative accessories, ceramics and glass, rugs and artworks, tools and appliances, books and ephemera, stamps, coins and currency, sports equipment, office furniture ­ anything of value. There are however some items that we will not accept for auction, and your consignment will be screened before acceptance.

Remember ­ CLEAN GOODS ARE WORTH MORE MONEY!

We will decline the following items:

  • Smelly or overly stained rugs or furniture (pet urine, mold, food etc.)
  • Particle board furniture (such as kit form computer desks and work stations)
  • Box springs, mattresses and used bed linens
  • Used clothing with the exception of vintage and period designer label items
  • Mismatched kitchen glasses, cups, battered pots and pans, Tupperware ­(these are yard sale items that should be donated to Goodwill)
  • Fluffy toys / stuffed toys
  • VCR’s and VCR tapes
  • Appliances, electronics and power tools that are not in working condition
  • Pornographic magazines and DVD’s
  • Any item that we think is either yard sale quality or should be donated