Next Sale Date, Monday, February 13th at 3pm!:

Live auctioneers Hudson Valley Auctioneers

Quality Antique & Estate Auctions

Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York presents unreserved antique and estate auctions exclusively online through live auctioneers, absentee bids and telephone bidding will be available as well.

Next Sale Date, Monday February 13th at 3pm.

NOTE, Hudson Valley Auctioneers will be open for pick up of items by appointment only, if you have items to pick up, make sure you call ahead!

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Welcome to Hudson Valley Auctioneers LLC

Quality Antique & Estate Auction Service since 1983

Over the past 35 years we have built a solid reputation, holding quality auctions with participation from antique dealers, collectors and the savvy private buyer alike.
Unless noted otherwise our auctions take place on Monday nights and start at 5PM. 
Our regular auctions contain a variety of items ranging from antique furniture to mid Century modern, including sterling silver, fine art (paintings, watercolors, etchings, lithographs), carpets, glass, china, Asian & European accessories, lighting, ephemera,  advertising, art pottery and the strange and unique items that make an auction fun and memorable.
All items featured online with a customer base over 6000 in over 30 countries you can trust us to get maximum return on your valuables.


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40th Annual New Years Day Auction

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will celebrate New Years Day 2023 with an unreserved antique and estate auction with absentee, phone  and online bidding through on Sunday January 1st 1:00 PM EST. 

In house previews are Saturday 12/31 from 1pm-5pm and Sunday from 10 noon- 12:30 pm or by appointment. 

Traditionally one of our best sales of the year this particular auction offers 500 lots of traditional antiques, lots of silver and jewelry and "treasure and trash" from several estates, the sale begins with the last offering of paintings by Americo DiFranza followed Asian items highlighted by another 12 Chinese archers rings from the dwindling collection we've been dispersing for several years. 

Other carved jades, porcelains, bronzes, a rare Japanese meiji rain garment and some rosewood furniture follow.  Artists represented in the sale include A.C. Hollingsworth, Dickens Chang, Robert Byerley, Otto Bierhals, A. Witkowski, Ben Kamihira, Edward C. Leavitt, Charles Linford, Robert Ward Von Boskerk, T.S. Fribee, Hendrik Livens, Henry Miller, James Tytler and others. 

Many of the early paintings came primarily from a former Pound Ridge dealers estate and a very interesting Brewster NY estate of a gentleman. That estate offerings included some excellent 18th century carvings, lighting and a Dutch 16th century oil on panel depicting John the Baptist. An early Dutch oil, probably 17th century of two ships in distress, walked into the gallery from a local home.            

Early furniture including an excellent 17th or 18th century vargueno, an excellent burl maple Beidermeier dining set, lots of French Provincial including a complete carved antique panettiere, a bone inlaid Italian ebonized table and a large selection of American and Continental "brown furniture" plays throughout the day. 

American highlights include a period Phyffe attributed marble topped dressing table, A Boston box sofa, A Meeks style Gothic Revival bookcase secretary, a Horner style faux bamboo ladies desk, an Allison attributed drop leaf, a fine ebonized cerule armchair and another ebonized piece , an attributed Associated Artist work similar to a Vanderbilt interior example.  

Numerous 19th century mirrors, great country smalls, an impressive selection of old Meissen, an excellent pair of Gien Marois chargers, a large selection of other glass, bronze, clocks, antique maps, French posters, fine prints, ethnographic items, Daum and much more!  

An excellent sponge painted blanket box, a fine French marble top secretary, a matched pair of period brass inlaid rosewood game tables and strong tiger maple Eldred Wheeler secretary are a few other highlights. 

Mid Century items include a chandelier by Gaetano Sciolani and another Poul Henningson for Poulson, a large Paul Frankl bamboo set, two Aeron office chairs, a Frank Doerner lounge and ottoman, a Katavolos steel and leather chair and lots of teak among other pieces.   

Several hundred ounces of sterling silver flatware and hollowware, a large selection Native American and old pawn silver and turquoise jewelry and an excellent selection of fine jewelry from several estates is all unreserved. A selection of estate carpets including scatters and room sized, some good garden including antique cast and wrought iron and cast stone, a large pilot house eagle, a matched pair of 133 drawer steel cabinets from and the old Sing Sing prison and even a 19th century buckboard in excellent condition should cause a little excitement.  

All lots offered through as well as phone and absentee bids. In house pickup and payment of all items begins Monday 1/2 from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment.

Shipping is by third party vendors only. Auction terms, links to online bidding and other info available at our interactive website or  contact sales manager Theo De Haas 845 480 2381 or auctioneer Neil Vaughn 914 489 2399

Some Notes on Bidding through Live Auctioneers

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Why was I not approved as a bidder after I signed up?

Bidders with little or no bidding history will not automatically be approved, so if you are new on this platform please call us to confirm contact information & agreement of all posted terms of sale.

Bidders with little or no purchase history might be approved, but will only be approved with a bid limit reflecting their past purchase pattern, so if your past purchase shows as follows:

Bidder Analytics

Member Since:

Oct 8 2021

Approved Auction Registrations:


Bids Placed:


Bids Placed This Auction:


Saved Searches:


Saved Items:


Items Won:


Avg. Hammer Price:


Total Paid:

$250 or less

Payment Rate:



We might approve you, but only with a $500 limit, or we may call you to confirm terms of sale & verify your contact info.

On the other hand if your bidding details show as follows:

Bidder Analytics

Member Since:

Apr 12 2018

Approved Auction Registrations:


Bids Placed:


Bids Placed This Auction:


Saved Searches:


Saved Items:


Items Won:

6 to 25

Avg. Hammer Price:

$250 to $500

Total Paid:

$5,000 to $10,000

Payment Rate:

100% of lots paid


We will approve you without any issue.

Think of it as buying a car without any credit history, please do not expect to be approved without a limit without any purchase or buying history.

That said, if you feel you need a higher limit, call us and submit credit card information. Once we receive the credit card details (sometimes we also request a copy of your driver's license), we can increase, or remove the limit.

Do I get a discount on the Premium If I Buy From You Directly?

There is not, while we certainly allow bidding on the phone, and accept left bids, but the premium will be the same.

Can I pick up my items in person? Can I preview items in person?

Yes, and yes, call us at 845 831 6800 for any information.

Do I have to pay tax if I pick up in person if I’m from out of state?

Yes, any bidder that buys from a state other than New York has to pay the sales tax on any item picked up in person, UNLESS they have a valid resale number, please note that if you have a resale number we need a copy of that certificate on file, as well as a signed ST120 (we have those for you)

So if you receive an invoice that does not show tax because you are in let’s say New Jersey, tax will apply if you decide to pick up in person, so make sure to bring a copy of your resale certificate if you have one, if not, be prepared to pay the tax.

Note that all bidders from New York will have tax added to their invoice, which we remove if you have a resale on file with us.

Note that all resale numbers will be verified through SALT validators in New York or the appropriate sites for out of state dealers.

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