Very Important Early Americana
Northampton Co., VA Auction Event
Selling the contents of the Historic Old Castle Homestead, Eastville, VA (Cape Charles, VA)
Items located at 18263 Old Castle Road, Cape Charles, VA!
TWO DAY AUCTION TO BE HELD
FRIDAY July 5th, 2019 @ 5 PM (Online Only on Proxibid) &
SATURDAY July 6th @ 9:03 AM (Live Onsite W/Live Online via Proxibid)
18th and 19th Century Furniture and Artwork, Sterling Silver, Primitives, Antique Northampton Co. Maps, Virginia Ephemera, Quilts, Important Virginia Historical Documents, Persian Rugs, George Washington Collection, 1980 MGB Convertible and more!!
Preview: Monday Evening July 1st from 4 PM – 7 PM & Saturday Morning July 6th from 8 AM – 9 AM.
Auctioneers Note: Nestled at the mouth of Old Castle Creek between Savage Neck and Eryeville Neck the historic waterfront Old Castle home was erected sometime around 1721. The current owner Mr. and Mrs. Rick and Catie Hubbard have taken pride in the home and have decorated with period antiques and collectables from the Virginia and Northampton Country area. Their collection rivals any other in the Northampton Country area. Rick and Catie have traveled from Virginia to Maine in search of the perfect collections for their historical home. From Virginia furniture to local Northampton Co ephemera, maps and documents simply put, if this collection has it all. Now they have decided to downsize and sell the estate. It has been years since a collection of this magnitude and historical importance has been offered here locally on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Allen & Marshall Auctions is pleased to offer this exquisite private collection at a once in a lifetime completely cataloged two-day public auction and cordially invite you to join us for an unforgettable auction event!! VAAR#2907003739
Directions From Virginia Beach: From VA Beach & Southward travel North on Rt. 13 and cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel and follow Rt. 13 for 33.2 miles. Turn Left onto Business Rt. 13/Courthouse Rd and follow for 0.8 miles to Savage Neck Rd. Turn Left onto Savage Neck Rd. and follow for 1.1 miles to Old Castle Rd. Turn Left onto Old Castle Rd and follow for 1.5 miles. Paved road will turn into a Gravel Ln. Home will be straight ahead at the end of the Gravel Ln. Parking signs will be posted on Preview and the Live Auction Day. NOTE: THIS IS A PRIVATE LANE. PLEASE NOT TRAVEL DOWN THE DRIVEWAY EXCEPT ON PREVIEW AND THE LIVE AUCTION DAYS. CLICK HERE FOR A GOOGLE MAP
Directions From Maryland: From the MD/VA Line Continue South on Rt. 13 for 51.2 miles to US-13 Business/Courthouse Rd. Bear right onto Business US-13 and follow for 2 miles to Savage Neck Rd. Turn right onto Savage Neck Rd. and follow for 1.1 miles to Old Castle Rd. Turn Left onto Old Castle Rd and follow for 1.5 miles. Paved road will turn into a Gravel Ln. Home will be straight ahead at the end of the Gravel Ln. Parking signs will be posted on Preview and the Live Auction Day. CLICK HERE FOR A GOOGLE MAP
Online Bidding: This auction will be conducted in two parts. (Day #1 Friday July 5th) will be an Online Only Timed Internet Auction event held on Proxibid.com. There will be no Live Bidding at the Auction site on Friday the 5th of July. We will sell Approx. 375 lots on Friday starting at 5 PM including Glassware, China, Collectibles, Primatives, Furniture &more. (Day #2 Saturday July 6th) will be a LIVE Auction held at the Auction Site in Cape Charles, VA with Online Pre-Bidding & Live Webcast bidding during the Auction via PROXIBID.COM. Online bidding can be accessed through the A & M Auctioneers website. We will sell approx. 350 lots on Saturday morning starting at 9:03 AM. This portion of the Auction will include a very nice selection of Furniture, Sterling Silver, Maps, Artwork, Primitives, Collectibles, Firearms, Car & more! View Website for a complete listing.
All items have been cataloged & photographed and will be uploaded to the Online Bid Server soon.
Once the Auction has been uploaded to will be able to Register and start leaving Prebids at any time. Day #1 will be an Online Only Timed Auction with NO LIVE IN PERSON BIDDING. Day #2 will be a Live Onsite Auction with Live Webcast bidding provided by Proxibid. With this system you can bid LIVE as the items are ending on each day of the Auction via your computer!
There is an 18% Buyer Premium with the use of this System. Proxibid gets a 5% cut of everything that sells on their site!.
ONLINE ABSENTEE BIDDING – Will be offered on the A&M bidding system for Day #2 Only. You can place bids until 2 hours prior to the auction. Those bids are downloaded into our Auction Software and executed during the live Auction by the Auctioneer. This system is ideal if you know you are willing to pay an exact amount and no more. You can bid and walk away. If you want to Bid LIVE or Watch the Auction LIVE please use the PROXIBID link above.
Online Bidding: This is an LIVE Auction held on Day #2 at the home located in Cape Charles, VA . We are offering Internet Absentee bidding on lots 351-691 on the A&M Auctions Bidding System.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The bids placed on this system will be uploaded into our Auction Software and executed by the Auctioneer during the Live Auction on Day #2. It should be understood that the high bid at the time the bids are downloaded may or may not be the winning bid. The Auctioneer will start with either the Highest bid on HiBid or Highest Prebid on Proxibid. Then the bidding is open to the floor and Live bids via Proxibid. You will be notified by email if you place a Winning Bid on Hibid. The computer will show “May have Won” if you were the Highest bid at 5 PM on Friday the 5th. We won’t know if your bid won until the Live Bidding opens and that particular item is sold at live Auction. You will be notified by email if you are a winning Bidder on lots that you placed bids on. All desired Live Online bidding should be conducted through www.proxibid.com.
1980 MGB Convertible: 1980 MGB Convertible 4cylinder 4 speed manual trans, in bumble bee yellow and black with black vinyl top and black interior Showing 80,425 original miles (garage kept) VIN# GVVDJ2AG510280 Vehicle is registered with the American MGB Association. A pair of Sony Xplod 6” x 9” speakers and Pioneer head unit convey with vehicle.
18th Cent Furniture: George II Period Santo Domingo Mahogany three section banquet table circa 1750 with drop leaf gateleg center section and two demilune “D” ends, George III Chippendale style Walnut tri-fed tilt top tea table circa 1780, Late 18th Century George III period Mahogany cased banjo thermometer by G. Cassern, Stourbridge circa 1790, 18th Century Mahogany Queen Anne tri-fed tilt top table and more this is only a partial listing.
19th Cent Furniture: Elegant 19th Century Fritz and Taller Birmingham, English Hepplewhite double weight driven Eight day tall case clock circa 1850, English George III Period Hepplewhite Mahogany and Satinwood inlaid single drawer two door bow front server with satin inlaid sand cast shells and ebony and rosewood cross banding on drawers, supported by spade feet circa 1810, Gorgeous Empire Mahogany and flame grain sideboard with drop center gallery over two knife boxes with arched back and three drawers over four doors encased by four carved Corinthian columns overtop carved lions paw feet circa 1865, Federal Period Mahogany swing leg flip top game table with turned legs over ball feet with Virginia origin circa 1830, Rococo Revival laminate and carved Rosewood wardrobe with highly carved crest, George III Pine and Mahogany 2pc high boy Chest on Chest circa 1830, George IV style English Walnut two drawer hand crank book press circa 1820, stunning late 19th Century classic revival Maple flame veneered dresser with antlered mirror over three glove boxes and five drawer body supported by bracket style feet circa 1880, Mahogany Empire fall front secretary case/desk in one piece construction with rounded corner cornice top over single drawer, and large fall front writing flap encasing compartmented 7 drawer center with open compass rose inlaid middle and two angled mirrors/reflectors for night writing, overtop two lower drawers and bracket feet, Set of (4) Walnut Regency Period Queen Anne dining chairs with shell and bell flower carved crest over fiddle splat and fabric seats with pad foot 42” high circa 1840, H. G. Wood Mfg. Co. “The Pease Clothestree primitive wooden and cast iron 33 arm adjustable height folding clothes rack/drying rack, American Mahogany and Burl Veneered flip top game table with swing top and scrolled feet circa 1860, American Federal Pine and Cherry ¾ rope bed circa 1820, Federal gold framed three section over the mantle mirror circa 1840, Mahogany and Flame grain burl two door over three drawer two piece Linen press with Greek Key molding, Late Federal Period American Tiger Maple double acorn bed circa 1840, Empire Mahogany and Burl two drawer drop leaf sewing table with crystal pulls, Early 19th Century Walnut drop leaf Pembroke style table with bounded inlay and hand written attached note From Oak Hall, VA underside circa 1840, Mahogany Sheraton style leather insert ladies writing desk with raised two drawer and lift top gallery over three drawer console, White 4pc cast iron garden set, Early 19th Century Pine Captains style spindle back child’s high chair circa 1830, Pine Schoolmasters Desk with slant top over single drawer and tapered legs, Late 19th Century English Oak carpeted bedside steps with concealed chamber pot, (2) antique folding school desks, dome top trunk with iron corners and much more this is only a partial listing.
Primitives: Engraved 18th Century Powder horn by Lt. Chas. Lyons 17th Regiment November 1758, (3) Mid 18th Century Blue Delft tobacco jars circa 1740, Early 18th century Faience Pharmacie Chevrette with earthenware handled body adorned by distal bird and fruit basket motif circa 1710, Late 18th Century Prattware snake pipe, formed as coiled snake with head holding bowl of pipe circa 1790, Early 19th Century George Salter & Co. brass hand crank fire roasting jack with original key crank and polished brass body circa 1830, Early 19th Century blown glass emerald font 20 quart demijohn with applied rim and rough pontil circa 1820, English George III Period Mahogany hinged top knife box with fitted interior and inlaid satinwood North Star and Banding on interior lid overtop diamond Mother of Pearl Escutcheon circa 1810, LG Qty of 18th and 19th Century waffle irons in various patterns, Late 18th Century leather bound key basket with skeleton keys, Late 18th Century and Early 19th Century cast iron cooking utensils, Chatillon’s, New York Improved Type 34 Serial H 19th Century brass 125lb capacity feed scale, (3) early hanging hand blown glass fly traps, Primitive split Oak 10” square berry basket with Oak handle, Mid 19th Century Heavy duty split Oak 16” gathering basket with thick Oak handle and reinforced body, Chatillon Clock Dial style 19th Century 40lb capacity Milk Scale, split Oak handled 10” basket, selection of 18th Century cast iron and tinnery: three prong meat hook, 3 prong boat/nautical hook, Early Chatillon, New York Type-100 brass 80lb capacity weight scale, early two head marking ax circa 1810, one gallon handled stoneware jug, others.
Antique Maps: Framed “Map of the United State of America” by Eliza Hard dated 1818. Map was drawn after the Abraham Bradley Map. Possible drawn in Greene County, NY, 18th Century Spanish framed Map of the Virginia and Delaware Bays and Surrounding area: “Carte De La Virginie, De LA, Baye Chesapeake 13” x 9” in (18” x 22” frame), Early 19th Century framed “A New Map of Virginia with its Canals, Roads, and Distances from place to place along the stage and steamboat routes Published by S. Augustus Mitchell Philadelphia 1833, Mid 19th Century Engraved Map of the State of Virginia by G.W. Boynton 1838, framed and matted U.S. Coast Survey Preliminary Sketch Map of Cape Charles and Vicinity by the Hydrographic Party under the Command of Lieut J.J. Almy U.S. Navy Assistant dated 1853, Framed map of Virginia hand colored circa 1833 by J. H. Young Sr, 1912 Map of the Coastal Plain of Virginia by Samuel Sanford, U.S. Cost Survey Preliminary Sketch of Cherrystone Inlet by and Vicinity by the Hydrographic Party under the Command of Lieut J.J. Almy U.S. Navy Assistant dated 1853, framed early Plate etching Map of North America, Mid 19th Century hand Colored framed Map of Virginia professionally framed and matted in 16” x 14” frame,
Ephemera: Framed 1789 Notice From “The Commonwealth of Virginia. The Lt. Governor has appointed Littleton Upsher, John Tompkins, Custis Hedall and Isacc Smith as Justices of the Peace. Witnessed by James Wood, Esquire of the Lt. Gov. at Richmond this 20th Day of Nov. 1789, Framed original Proclamation to the People of Accomack and Northampton Counties, VA by Major General John A. Dix discussing The Union Army Entering the counties dated November 13th 1861, Framed Receipt from John Ker to Samuel C. Shatton Northampton Co. dated Jan. 27th 1830, Framed letter to Dr. John Ker Eastville Northampton Co., VA dated December 5th, 1827 discussing $230.00 payment for services rendered, 1817 Hungers Parrish, Northampton Co. VA, framed letter appointing a reverend to the church on the 16th day of April 1817, 1843 Christ Church Eastville, VA hand written election ballet with 12 possible candidates, Framed 1844 Northampton County Obituary for Nathaniel J. Winder Clerk of the Court, Several 18th and 19th Century Newspapers and so much more!
Quilts/Textiles/Samplers: Framed 18th Century Virginia needlepoint alphabet sampler with upper and lower case alphabet and homestead motif in red green and blue dated 1789, Framed 18th Century needlepoint alphabet and number sampler signed and dated August 4th 1789, Framed 18th Century Porter Family needlepoint sampler with Alphabet and poem signed Thomas Porter, Lane Porter, John Porter, Charles Porter and Elize Porter, 30+ antique hand sewn quilts to include: Gorgeous American red, white, and blue floral applique “Princess Feather” pattern hand sewn antique quilt circa 1890, American late 19th century figural applique and pieced Crib quilt, stitched applique sunflower pattern antique quilt circa 1840, Beautiful antique floral patchwork crazy quilt made by Maude Lewis (in the Virginia Quilt Registry), American hand sewn Blazing starburst pattern antique quilt in sixteen blocks, 1896 Dated name quilt, antique red and white checkered summer quilt with various designs dated March 1892, beautiful family floral silk crazy quilt with sewn initials and dated September 1894, (2) antique Dresden plate pattern quilts purchased at the Victoria Auction 8/11/12 from the DuPont Estate, antique star pattern patchwork quilt with green pink and red designs (88” x 98”) in the Virginia Quilt registry, Red and white floral decorated circa 1840 and more!
Persian Rugs Iranian wool Pile Tabriz area rug, Iranian Heriz style wool Pile area rug, Iranian Serapi style wool Pile area rug, Iranian wool pile Bokhara, Wool Pile Kurdistan rug with floral design circa 1900, Iranian wool pile red & ivory Albusson area rug, semi-antique Afghan wool pile floral area rug circa 1930, antique wool Pile Afghan prayer rug, and more!
Local Cape Charles Memorabilia/Advertising: Set of (5) original hand drawn Architects drawings of the Smith Island Assistant Lighthouse Keepers Dwelling Cape Charles, VA 1892, Chesapeake Hotel Cape Charles, VA 1935 framed advertising calendar in Oak frame, Collection of (6) transparent slides in oak frame for the Cape Charles Transfer Co. Phone #215, Enlarged Black and White aerial photo of Cape Charles, VA circa 1940, Framed Jones & Stevenson Clothing Store Cape Charles, VA paper advertisement, Original framed Cobb Island Hotel 1890s advertisement by C.H. Crumb Proprietor, Albert Berchtold Groceries Cape Charles, VA 1920s grocery receipt book, Adams Express Co. Inward Bill and Delivery Book 1889 (Crozet, Va.), H.D. Lilliston, Dr. Accomack, VA notes book, G.E. Edmunds Eastville, VA druggist bottles, Framed and enlarged copy of antique black and white Cape Charles, VA photo “One of the sports at Cape Charles, VA depicting fishing and hunting with Ducks, Gar, and Fish, (2) enameled “A&N Stores. Men’s Ware, Outfitters for Work & Play” made by Baltimore Enamel from the old store in Cape Charles, VA and much more!
Collectables/China: Stunning Quimper France hand painted graduated three tier oyster server table centerpiece with matching handled sauce bowl circa 1870, Irish Belleek “Aberdeen” handled ewer with heavily applied floral decoration and reeded body with luster finish circa 1930, Extremely Rare Vintage Old Crow Distillery, W.A. Gaines & Co. Distillers Frankfort, Kentucky framed advertising, Early 19th Century Historical Blue 10pc tea set. Mount Vernon the Seat of Gen. Washington, Bronze Spadefish sculpture by David Turner signed D.H. Turner, Bronze Red Fox sculpture in sleeping pose signed D.H Turner, Bronze Otter sculpture laying on back signed David H. Turner, Superb carved Short Tailed Swallow butterfly on driftwood signed on underside B. Burton, Bronze Penguin family sculpture by David H. Turner, Waterbury Clock Co. Ogee style antique mantle clock, Conway Tool Co. 19th Century wooden molding plane, G. Roseboom 19th Century wooden 1” finishing plane, Olsen Brothers 19th Century wooden hand plane, T. Banbury 19th Century wooden finishing plane, 68pc set of Lenox “Springdale” silver rimmed china, Set of (12) Wedgewood Queen’s Spray pattern bouillon cups with saucers, American Tel & Tel Co. antique telephone converted to lamp, Mid 19th Century Blue Willow Canton 18” serving platter circa 1860, The Conestoga Co. model 6F Big Bang Light Field Gun safety celebrator cannon in original box, Qty of cut crystal, JRD Fine Old Scotch Whiskey in raised letters Royal Daulton stoneware whiskey bottle, Early 19th Century canton 10”hot water bowl, (2) Early 20th Century lead crystal cut diamond pattern ships decanters, Mitchell Brothers Limited Heather Dew Whiskey stoneware whiskey bottle, Virginia Metalcrafters 1950 Queen Anne Cypher Williamsburg Brass trivet, Late 19th Century wooden lacquered and stenciled handled cutlery box, primitive early 19th Century brass handled 12” pail, Vintage Dietz Comet lantern, and much more please view AMauctions.com for all details.
George Washington Collection: “General Washington” framed engraving by James Heath dated 1800, Framed print “Washington’s Grand Entry into New York November 25th, 1783” from an original drawing by Alfred Bagot, “The Home of Washington” 19th Century Engraving by Theo Oldham Barlow Published by S. McClure New York, Hand colored lithograph of George and Lady Washington printed by E.J. Schwabe Co., Washington Delivering His Inaugural Address” April 1789 in the Old City Hall Building New York, “Washington and His Mother” framed engraving by John C. McRae circa 1860, Mid 19th Cent. framed etching of the Washington Family in oval frame, Original framed Chromolithographs of George and Martha Washington by H.C. Middleton 1863, Framed engraving “General Washington on the Battlefield in Trenton” published by J. Dainty & Flagg Co., “Wakefield, Birthplace of George Washington” framed engraving, colored lithograph of “Victory at Trenton” General George Washington, Lithograph of Washington and Family by E. Farrelle New York circa 1850, Four volume set of George Washington by James Thomas Flexner, and much more!
18th and 19th Century Silver: Astonishing George III style 18th Century sterling silver reticulated epergne by John Kenteber London circa 1765, Important English Hallmarked Georgian style 5pc Silver tea set presented to George Canning Kingdon by Suzanna Kingdon Circa 1820, Set of (10) Steiff sterling silver decanter labels, Wallace Sterling Silver 10” floral decorated bowl, several Baldwin’s and Co. Newark, NJ circa 1840 silver spoons, Gorham sterling silver 6” bread and butter plates, Preisner Sterling baby cup, Towle sterling baby cup, Wallace sterling baby cup, sterling handled bell, R. L. B. Sterling silver handled bowl, Alvin sterling silver weighted 6” compote, Preisner Sterling weighted reticulated compote, English Hallmarked silver 6pc miniature tea set with 6” serving tray, sterling silver toothpick holders, (2) 19th Century coin silver ladles: James Hatte 10” ladle, W. Faber and Sons Philadelphia circa 1860, Lg Qty of late 18th century and early 19th Century coin silver spoons and more!
Artwork: Late 19th Century Silk Embroidered Eagle with American Flag and Irish Flag in black and gold framed hand embroidered polychrome silks on silk panel depicting Eagle in Flight clutching U.S Shield, Original watercolor/drawing of WWI soldiers on battlefield dated 1917 and signed Rene Georges Gautier, Framed color print of “Dan Patch Champion Harness Horse of the World” by the International Stock Food Co, Original framed Watercolor and acrylic of boy gardening, framed English Brass rubbing Lady Elizabeth, Late 19th Century oval framed fruit theorem, Framed Watercolor of cottage signed “A” Barber, Pair of framed pencil and charcoal sketches by Emilia Jane Brockmeyer circa 1880, collection of framed State Waterfowl posters, more this is only a partial listing please view AMaucitons.com for all details.
Firearms: Western Virginia Flintlock rifle with silver and brass inlay, Circa 1820-1830, 3 Navy Arms Co Colonial Williamsburg reproduction flint lock pistols used by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation for display at the Governors Palace, Springfield Mdl 1861 Percussion Musket. Lock is dated 1861, Winchester Arms Co. model 94 Winchester Classic lever action 30-30, 26” Octagon barrel, Italian Bresca 1916 .22 cal bolt action rifle, Remington Arms Co. Nylon model .22 cal semi-auto rifle, small qty of Ammunition.
Local Books: Two Volume Set of “The Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia” by Charles B. Clark dated 1959, “Virginias Attitude Toward Slavery and Secession” by Beverly E. Mumford. Copyright 1909, “The Barrier Islands” A Photographic History of Life on the Hog, Cobb, Smith, Cedar, Paramore, Metompkin and Assateague” by Curtis J. Badger and Rick Kellam. Dated 1989, 1911 Copies of The Early History of the Eastern Shore of Virginia by Jennings Cropper Wise, Ebb and Flow, Settlers on the Eastern Shore, Coasting Schooner, Steam Packets on the Chesapeake, Drummondtown, The Temperance Movement on Virginias Eastern Shore Three Volume set: The Furniture of Charleston Vol I, II, III new in plastic never opened, Cape Charles: A Railroad Town, Lg Qty of George Washington books, Eastern Shore by Coach and Four, Waterfowl of the Chesapeake Bay Country, History of Baptist on the Eastern Shore, Glimpses of a Vanished Eastern Shore, Large Qty of antique reference books and more! This is only a partial listing.
Special Interest: Antique York Safe and Lock Co. Baltimore, MD belonging to S. Kellam & Son Cape Charles, VA with dial combo and keyed safe deposit box inside, GE Profile Arctica refrigerator freezer combo, GE Refrigerator/Freezer combo, Aristocrat Big Bonus B-Type Slot Machine, arrowheads and Indian stones found on the Old Castle Farm, Pair of decorative cast iron double handled 24” garden fernery/planters, cast iron butterfly decorated sun dial, LG Qty of Sheppard’s hooks, Pr of concrete garden pagodas, Morrone Cooker Gas Fish Fryer in box, (3) Utilitec Pro white LED 18ft sections of rope lighting, Agri-Fab Broad Cast Pull Behind Spreader, Pair of large urn style concrete garden planters, Snapper metal advertising thermometer, Reddy Heater 55,000 BTU Multi-Use heater, Weedeater 22” Push mower, Ambiance Signature Series Gas fireplace/stove, Pair of Greek Key decorated 10” concrete garden planters and much more this is only a partial listing.
Terms Personal Property: Visa/MC/Amex/Discover or approved check. 18% Buyer Premium. All property is sold “As Is, Where Is”, and All Sales are Final. Property is open to thorough public inspection. It is the Bidder’s responsibility to determine condition, age genuineness, authenticity, value or any other determinative factor. A&M Auctioneers and Appraisers, LLC may attempt to describe the merchandise in advertising, on the phone, on the internet and at the auction but makes no representations. In no event shall A&M Auctioneers and Appraisers, LLC be held responsible for having made or implied any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Bidder shall be the sole judge of value.
Preview: Monday Evening July 1st from 4 PM – 7 PM! There will be no Preview on Friday July 5th as the Auction is Online Only. Registration and Preview will start at 8 AM on Saturday July 6th for the live Auction starting at 9 AM. You must bring Valid State Issued Photo Identification/Drivers License to Register at the Auction. There are 4,800 Photos Available on the Auction Co. Website.
Pick Up Date: Items must be picked up at the Auction Site on Saturday July 6th, 2019 from 9 AM – 5 PM. NO EXCEPTIONS. Time is of the essence. The home is under contract and the Real Estate will be settling at the beginning of the week after the Auction. Anything that is not picked up or left at the Auction Site will be considered abandoned and will convey with the sale of the property. Buyer is responsible for removing all items. Buyer is responsible for bringing any required manpower, tools, boxes, blankets, wheel cart or dollies needed to remove your items from the property. A&M Auctioneers staff will be onsite to provide access to purchased items but you will need to bring your own labor to move your purchased items. If you can’t pick your items up during the time scheduled, you are responsible for designating someone to pick your items up for you during the scheduled time.
Shipping/Return of items to Our Facility: If you are unable to pick your items up at the Auction Site the items could be returned to our Auction Facility or be delivered to a Shipper. A&M Auctioneers does not ship items. However, shipping is available through either a UPS or Fedex local pack and ship store that are both located in Salisbury MD near our Auction Facility. This will require that we load and transport your items back to our Auction Facility which is Approx. 100 Miles from the Auction Site. There will be a charge to cover out time and expenses to do this. It should be understood that this type of shipping can be very expensive. A&M Auctions has no affiliation with either Shipping Company and has no control over the Shipping/Handling costs required to ship the items to you. Items that returned need to have pickup/shipping arrangements made within 10 days of the Auction. Items not picked up or shipping arrangements made will be considered abandoned and will be disposed of at the discretion of the Auction Company. As an Alternative there are Several UPS & Fedex Pack & Ship locations located in Virginia Beach, VA area. It would be approx. a 80 mile round trip for them to come to the Auction site and pick your items up and then return the items to their respective stores
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