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Auction Summary, February 13th Auction

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved antique and estate auction with absentee, phone and online bidding through Liveauctioneers.com on February 13th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. 

In house previews are Sunday 2/12 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm or by appointment after 2/6. The sale includes several estates and partial estates, primarily the midtown Manhattan estate of the daughter of a long closed Madison Avenue art gallery, expert in South American art. Many items in the sale were purchased from NYC galleries in the early 1980's.

Artists represented in the sale include Georges Leroux, Boscagli, Everett Shinn, Victoria Dubourg, Carles Vickey, P. Bertieri, Edward Detaille, Georges Lepape, Frederick Taubes, Valentine Hugo, Raphael P. Barradas, Andre Marty, Rube Goldberg, Louis Boilly, Estaban Garino, Henri Pierre, Franz Kline, Vernon Bailey, David Lax, Arthur Coppedge, Pal Fried, Pierre Bertandi, A. Point, Carlos Gomez Fernandez, Zito Quendo, Frans Masereel, Harari, Nick Hansen, Max Liebermann, Icart and Goya among others. 

Bronzes include works by Pablo Serrano, Juan Leon Zorilla, Alexis Rudier, Alfredo Pina, Enrico Caruso, Ruth Levine as well as many antique and unsigned pieces. 

A fine selection of 19th century bronze decorative items, chandeliers and sconces are scattered throughout the sale. Among the Asian items are a set of bronze elephant opium weights and a fine collection of miniature bronze deity fragments.

18th, 19th and 20th century furniture are diverse in a selection of barristers and file cabinets to American country, a rare Thonet recliner, a Gustav Stickley rocker, MCM teak furniture, and bedroom and dining room furniture. Silver and jewels include a few hundred ounces sterling flatware and hollowware, several gold bracelets and a continuation of the large estate collection of fine Native American silver and turquoise pieces including Old Pawn. 

A large selection of US commemorative gold and fine silver coins are also offered, most in large lots. 

Several china sets, Persian carpets, vintage beaded and designer handbags, decorated stoneware, duck decoys including several by both Stanley Cichowsky and Bob Jones, Charles Birdsall, Keith Mueller and others, an extensive collection of vintage Steiff teddy bears and animals, vintage dolls and various other country lots blend throughout the sale. Doll maker Jane Cather created the remarkable 'Class of 86' group of hand made cloth dolls that will be sold as one lot.

Other standouts in the 550 lot sale are an Ed Moulthrop "Negundo" bowl, a 1934 "Panama Digger Model 'A' penny arcade machine in unrestored condition, a brass National candy store register, a rare Blick "Featherweight" typewriter, a Jon Kuhn carved glass vase, a labeled John Appleton lightship basket, two Jauquet folk art carvings, a large collection Gregg Hessel Studios collection of copper candlesticks and a fine 19th century copper and zinc trotter and sulky weathervane in original gilt. 

All lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com and Phone and Absentee bids. In house pickup and payment of all items begins Tuesday 2/14 from 10am to 3pm and daily that week 9-3:30. Appointments can be arranged for limited pick ups if invoices are prepaid.

All shipping is by third party vendors only, auction terms, links to online bidding and other info available at our interactive website 

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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 Liveauctioneers.com 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 Liveauctioneers.com 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 www.HudsonValleyAuctioneers.com or  contact sales manager Theo De Haas 845 480 2381 or auctioneer Neil Vaughn 914 489 2399

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Auction Summary October 24th 2022

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present a 450 lot unreserved antique and estate auction with absentee, phone and online bidding through Liveauctioneers.com on October 24th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST.  In house previews are Sunday 10/23 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm or by appointment. This sale begins with 20 paintings by Americo DiFranza from the estate collection of the artist. DiFranza, a career graphic designer and a master with pastel, later in life instructed at The Art Students League. 

From a large Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn estate comes several fine paintings, several exceptional French style salon sofas and chairs, an outstanding bronze mounted secretaire abattant, fine bronzes and Chinese and Japanese items. Chinese includes several rosewood marble top tables, many pieces of excellent porcelain including plaques, a pair of military rank badges, jades and a carved polychrome Buddha. Exceptional pieces of Satsuma pottery, watercolors and woodblocks were also part of the collection.    

Bronzes include a large Picault L'escholier, a large Barbedienne Roman man, two by Hazel Brill Jackson, a meerkat and a Roman on horseback and a modern five part burnished bronze series by Aharon Bezalel among others. The art from Brooklyn and other estates feature a signed Jasper Johns litho coat hanger, 1960; oils by J Machard, C. Jacque, W. Perry, Dutzschold, F.L. Martin, L. Burger, G. Kraus, Vestie Davis, F. Gommes, Clyde Wood, Harry Gottleib and two by Chaim Goldberg among others. 18th, 19th and 20th century furniture examples are scattered throughout the sale and include some excellent several oak pieces, a Harvard 19th century dental cabinet, several glass front cabinets, a large gilt pier mirror,  Mid Century examples; six Eames Eiffel Tower chairs, a Paul McCobb cabinet, eight Steelcase chairs, a Joe Columbo utility cart, Eames office chair,  a pair of BBB Sissi Italian leather chairs, a pair of chrome and black Barcelonas and a Geiger Brickel sofa. 

Mid Century garden includes a Woodard set, six chairs and a table with a matching sofa. Other garden features a 3/4 life size 18th? century carved limestone classical girl, signed with some damage, Victorian iron urns, a wrought iron dining table and a cast stone standing griffin and sundial.

Several china services; Lenox 'Columbia", Wedgwood 'Florentine", Haviland Limoges 'Cathay' , five cast glass Daum autos, a tremendous offering Waterford glass and various other fine porcelains and glass from various estates. Chinese and Persian rugs, a collection of Russian enameled boxes, a Louis Icart "Sleeping Beauty", a fine alabaster bust and pedestal, an excellent gilt spelter French clock, a Durham Tobacco advertising gingerbread clock and a Regina disk player are a few other items of interest. 

Further collections include 20 lots of Native American silver and turquoise, William Spratling, Norwegian sterling and enamel pieces and other estate jewelry; 20 lots of vintage and interesting clothing and accessories along with six multi item lot couture and several furs; a very large collection of 1930's/40's plaster figural lamps, sconces and chandeliers; and a collection of vintage toys, dolls , metal automobiles such as X-91 Futura, Non Fall  Moon Rocket, Japanese friction and nonfriction, a 1954 Gilbert Master Building Set 12 1/2 and a rare hand made toy train; and also a very large toy steam engine collection including models by Steem, Fleischman, Jensen, Marklin, Weedon, Eiwi , parts and pieces. 

All lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com and Phone and Absentee bids. In house pickup and payment of all items begins Tuesday 9/20 from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment.

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Auction Summary, September 19 2022

September 19th Auction

 

Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present a 560 lot unreserved antique and estate auction with absentee, phone  and online bidding through Liveauctioneers.com on September 19th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST.  In house previews are Sunday 9/18 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm or by appointment.  After a summer of attempting to empty our warehouse of various collections and estate remainders primarily through Clearing House Estate Sales our fall season of probably just two unreserved estate auctions will prove to be interesting.

This sale begins with 20 paintings by Americo DiFranza, a first offering from the estate collection of the artist. DiFranza, a career graphic designer and a master with pastel, later in life instructed at The Art Students League and was past president. This initial offering will be followed in subsequent sales with approximately 40 more pieces. The remainder of the sale is primarily from two old money NYC estates, the Estate of Dennis Lo and several other partial estates.                                                          

A selection of Chinese porcelain pieces, gilt carvings and carved jades, archers rings, snuff bottles, Japanese Satsuma pottery, watercolors and woodblocks and some furniture follow. The day's art selections include two works by  George Hausdorf in original frames, an Alfred T. Bricher watercolor, two by Agna Enters, Sepp Linder and a  large oil after William Bouguereau in a fine gilt frame. African American artworks by Jerry and Terry Lyn, A.C. Fenell, Leroy Campbell, Ronald Jones, William Tolliver, James Denmark, three textiles by Andre Thompson and several by J.R. Picott are also in the sale.                                        

18th, 19th and 20th century furniture throughout the sale range from a selection of oak barristers and file cabinets to American cherry, walnut and pine to Welsh cupboards, Dutch marquetry and other early continental pieces. A collection of antique mirrors is led by a large 19th century cove stenciled example. Mid Century pieces include a Mies van Rohe solid chromed steel and leather chair, pair Barcelona chairs, teak by Dux, Folke Ohlsson, Peter Nielson, Rud Rasmussen and other makers, chandeliers by Lightolier, Murano, and French Deco, I. Noguchi coffee table, George Nelson sideboard, a Wurlitzer console piano #219871, and a Knoll chrome and glass coffee table. Clock enthusiasts will find interest in a mahogany cased Tiffany chiming tall clock, an 18th century boulle clock by Etienne LeNoir, two Tiffany Studios mantle clocks; pine needle and gilt enamel, two early barometers one dated 1650, a Longines vintage chronometer and a restored P. Whiting, Winchester wooden works tall clock among others. 

Over 1300  ounces of silver in flatware and hollowware are primarily early to mid century styles and makers. There are also a few Georgian pieces including a set of four tall candlesticks circa 1790 hallmarked EF with two fine candelabra arms. Some jewelry, mostly sterling and Chinese examples are mixed in. Several china services and various fine porcelains and glass include services of hand painted Limoges, Staffordshire, Lladro and other figurines, Sevres urns, KPM plaque, Royal Worcester Imari and cream ware, Ashworth Real, Baccarat, selection 18th century glass, Murano and other standards. Art glass primarily from one estate collection is led by two monumental pairs of vases, quite possibly exhibition pieces. A cameo enameled floral pair by Mont Joye and an early cameo pair by Theodore LeGras. Other pieces include works by Tiffany Studios, D'Agyl, Galle and Stevens and Wiliams. 

From the same estate come an exceptional exhibition cabinet with pewter and Delft decoration and a monumental ebonized Austrian Succession or Jugendstil cabinet with exceptional plated metal decoration. Other items of interest include a small collection early American documents, a collection of metal and horn powder flasks, a 19th century celestial globe by Nevil Maskelyne, two early iron fire markers, two brass Gothic Revival chandeliers, a Grand Tour marble copy of the Uffizi wrestlers, an 18th century wrought iron strong box with keys, a large collection Coca Cola tin litho trays and trucks and several early textiles and Persian rugs.

All lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com and Phone and Absentee bids. In house pickup and payment of all items begins Tuesday 9/20 from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment.

Shipping is by third party vendors only.

For further info please contact sales manager Theo de Haas 845 480 2381 or auctioneer Neil Vaughn 914 489 2399

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Auction Summary, June 27th

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present a 500 lot unreserved antique and estate auction with absentee, phone  and online bidding through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday June 27th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. 

The sale begins with a fine collection of Chinese bronzes, pairs of porcelain vases, carved jades, Kesi badges, watercolors, porcelain painted tiles, an 8 panel porcelain candle screen and other artifacts.  A selection of furniture throughout the sale ranges from a nice selection country to several standout Mid Century examples and Victorian rosewood and marble top tables. Two midtown NYC estate cleanouts offered up quite an extensive collection led by a Philadelphia 18th century Windsor armchair, a good Virginia pierced tin pie safe in blue, lots of decorated stoneware, an early painted barber pole, whirligigs, early iron and tools, architectural fan elements, vanes, decoys, textiles and other American provincial home objects. A Garrison collector contributed an excellent group of 19th century frames. mirrors, woodenware, gilt bronze and Empire, Federal and Restoration furniture 

From a Somers estate a collection of early firematic helmets, lanterns, badges, bells, a Mills 5 cent slot, a Gottlieb ``Fun Park" pinball, a large Old Dutch Cleaner enamel sign, lots of cast iron garden items and a steel medical cabinet should garner man cave interest. A fascinating story if true regards an English traveling medical cabinet from an old Hasting on Hudson estate purportedly owned by Dr. Samuel Mudd. Old labeled Baltimore bottles lead a bit of credence but aside from urban legend there is no proof. 

Lighting and clock enthusiasts will be happy with the large selection of 19th and 20th century timepieces and selection lamps and chandeliers, mostly Art Deco, Mid Century and 19th century bronze examples.  Mid Century pieces include a remarkable set of six bent wood Charles Eames dining chairs with rare Evans Products labels, a Borge Mogensen secretary desk, a Ritva Puotila Finish 1972 rug, three Mies van der Rohe chairs with Danish labels, two Joe Colombo office carts, Erik Hogland glass, Herbert Krenchel bowls, a WMF punchbowl, Woodard mesh chairs and works by Lalique, Icart, Hagenauer, Curtis Jere and Julia Glickens.

A nice group of sterling silver flatware and hollowware,  American silver coins, a small but select collection of estate jewelry, silver and bronze Judaica from an old Polish family as well as Tiffany, Christophle and a large tea service will be featured mid sale. 

Several china services and various fine porcelains and glass include services of hand painted Limoge, Masons, Noritake as well as Waterford, Baccarat and other standards.

Other items of interest include a large selection of Persian rugs including several room size and a collection of Native American Crystal style weavings.  The day's art selections include works by Leon Job Vernet, Michel Jacobs, Bill Schmidt, Erte, Armando Martinez, Rosetta Bohnert, Crawford Young, Henry Hitchings, Edward H. Pohl, J. Arnold, Manuel Chong Neto, Jan Zack, Yvonne Cheffer-Delouise, and several by Dianna Altman among the many.

In house previews are Sunday 6/26 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm or by appointment.  Absentee and phone bidding is available.

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Auction Summary, May 16th

Auction Summary, May 16th

 

Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present a 550 lot unreserved antique and estate auction with absentee, phone  and online bidding through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday May 16th at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. 

The day's bidding begins with a fine collection of Chinese marble and rosewood tables, carved jades, a Kesi weave bag, a Ming cloisonne censer, Chinese and Asian porcelain and other artifacts.

A selection of furniture ranges from an 18th century English oak cabinet and tables, a fine Georgian bookcase secretary, an excellent Victorian marble top table, an Aesthetic inlaid ebonized planter and a selection of bentwood Stendig and Thonet, a Plycraft lounge and ottoman, two Eldred Wheeler stands and a pair of Baker leopard print swivel chairs.  Of special interest is a large George Nakashima sliding door sideboard with dovetailed case and structural base in excellent original condition.

Mid Century and other accessories feature works by Jean Cocteau, Serge Roche, Seguso, Kosta, Daum, Zsolnay, Lalique, Dali, Icart, Fulper, Oscar Bach, James Edward Barnes, Novaresi Milan, Romano Dona, Moser, Hagenauer, Albert Feinauer and others. Hundreds of ounces of sterling silver hollowware and flatware primarily from a New Jersey estate will be of interest as well as a large offering of American silver coins from an old Putnam County collection and a small but select collection of estate jewelry from a Saratoga NY estate.  

Rare to our venue is a selection of antique and modern firearms as well as bladed weapons featuring several hunting rifles and a rare Civil War Burnside carbine. All firearms will require a standard background check.                                             

Several china services and various fine porcelains include services of Wedgwood 'Florentine' and 'Embossed Queensware', Spode 'Italian" and a 'Tower Blue' set for 12, Royal Crown Derby unused  'Carlton Blue' and partial 'Imari" , hand painted Limoge, a large Meissen floral service for at least 10 with many serving pieces and a partial Meissen set with serving pieces.

 Other items of interest include an early 1900's NY leather license plate, several bronzes,  a large selection Persian rugs including several room size and a large Donegal carpet, two Featherweight machines, an estate offering of violins, wind and brass instruments and a collection of Native American pottery and Kachina. Also needing mention is a set of six large David Roberts lithographs of views of Egypt and a dynastic Lentoid bottle in restored condition.

 In house previews are Sunday 5/15 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm or by appointment.  Absentee and phone bidding is available. All lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com. Pickup and payment of all items begins Tuesday 5/17 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 www.HudsonValleyAuctioneers.com or  contact sales manager Theo de Haas 845 480 2381 or auctioneer Neil Vaughn 914 489 2399

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Auction Summary, April 4th

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved Art auction with absentee, phone  and online bidding through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday April 4th at 5:00 PM EST. 

This auction contains a large collection of assorted oil paintings, watercolors, etchings, lithographs & a collection of Studio Pottery.

Expect many fine pieces including works by Karel Appel, Edward Costigan, William Gropper, Henry Strater, William McDonough, Harold Miller, William Glackens, Leonard Baskin, Piranesi, Omar Rayo, Jean-Pierre Vasarely, Joseph Cornell, Rufino Tamayo, Seena Donneson, Karl-Heinz Kliemann, Johann Georg Muller, selectio Japanese woodblock, mostly Hiroshige, Leon Kelly, Gregorio Prestopino, Frederic Taubes, Charles Wheeler Locke, Mark Zets, Lena Gurr, Jacqueline Hudson, Anton Mauve, Milton Lunin, Robert Kalthoff, Luigi Lucioni, Max Liebermann & many more.

Preview for this auction is scheduled for Sunday, April 3rd from 1pm to 5pm & on Monday, day of sale from 1pm to 4:30, this will be an online only auction.

Absentee and phone bidding is available, all lots offered through Liveauctioneers.com. Pickup of all items Tuesday 4/5/22  

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 on our website.

Contact Neil Vaughn at 914 489 2399, or Theo de Haas at 845 480 2381 for more information.

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Some Notes on Bidding through Live Auctioneers

 

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:

1

Bids Placed:

0

Bids Placed This Auction:

0

Saved Searches:

3

Saved Items:

3

Items Won:

none

Avg. Hammer Price:

0

Total Paid:

$250 or less

Payment Rate:

N/A

 

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:

804

Bids Placed:

308

Bids Placed This Auction:

0

Saved Searches:

4

Saved Items:

417

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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Auction Summary, February 21st 2022 at 3pm.

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers, located at 432 Main Street, Beacon, New York will present an unreserved antique and estate auction with absentee, phone  and online bidding through Liveauctioneers.com on Monday February 21st at an early start of 3:00 PM EST. 

The day's bidding starts with the two collections of vintage advertising items, one a long time accumulation of clocks, signage, paperweights and display items. The other is an archival group saved from a local Putnam County historic business, Forson Bros. general store, located in the center of what is now the hamlet of Garrison New York.

The store opened in the 1880's in what was originally called Forsonville. Included in the offering of advertising items is a large lot of day books, purchase and sales receipts and the traveling stage makeup kit along with three vintage photos of  "America's Tattooed Lady" , Annie Howard. How it ended up in this trove is unknown.

A retiring antiques dealer and collector's home in Brewster, Cape Cod added a large selection of 19th century furniture and decorative accessories to the 625 lot auction. Chests, tables, sets of chairs, Japanese and Chinese porcelains, Japanese woodblocks, glassware and many interesting bits and lots of treasure. Additionally from a legendary Long Island collector comes several Chinese scrolls, an excellent selection of vintage sari's, vintage Japanese clothing and embroidery as well as a long time Yonkers collection of vintage pull toys, cast iron banks, bears and carnival targets.

Mid Century includes a great Adrian Pearsall swivel chair, two possible stools, lighting from the period, a Michel Arnoult dining set, Eames LCW pair, two pair ESS speakers as highlights. 

Artworks abound and include works by Edith Varian Cockcroft, Two by Peggy Dodds, Maurice Sterne life drawings, two attributed to Jan Bruegel, three by Victor Gatto, ten abstracts by Leonard Wallace, George Braque litho, three Erte AP, eight works by Joachim Probst, two oils by John Francis Murphy, several watercolors by Samuel Coleman and many others.

Several china services and various fine porcelains, spelters and bronzes, several fine clocks, collection bladed weapons, jewelry and silver, early photography, Persian rugs, several icons, early needlework's, a vintage slot machine, two Featherweight machines and a great vintage jewelers showcase.

In house previews are Sunday 2/20 from 1pm-5pm and Monday from 12 noon- 2:30pm or by appointment.  

Absentee and phone bidding is available, all lots offered through liveauctioneers.com

Pickup of all items Tuesday 2/22/22  from 10am to 3pm and daily thereafter 9-3:30 or by appointment.

Shipping is by third party vendors only.

For more information see www.HudsonValleyAuctioneers.com or contact sales manager Theo de Haas 845 480 2381 or auctioneer Neil Vaughn 914 489 2399 

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Annual New Years Day Auction, Summary

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Hudson Valley Auctioneers located at 432 Main Street Beacon, New York  will celebrate New Years Day with an unreserved antique and estate auction on Saturday January 1st beginning promptly at 1:00 PM EST. The sale offers bidding with online platform Liveauctioneers.com as well as absentee and phone bidding. This year's annual sale incorporates three interesting estates and a collector clearing out some closets. 

The day's line up starts with Chinese and Asian artifacts; porcelain, marble topped stands, metalwork, artworks, Nichols rugs and bronzes. A large selection of American and Continental bronzes follows and includes works by artists including Barye, Vincenzo Vela, Dumaige, Weinert, Claude Michel, August Carrier, Joseph Gustave, A. Waagen, Duchoiselle, Mene, Sally Clark and several others. 

A rare Tiffany Makers tall clock, a fine Chelsea ships clock, a lighted Abstract Plexiglas Composition by Emmy Packard, two Atmos presentation clocks and several American wooden clocks are mixed in with music boxes, disc players and victrolas. The most important being a rare concert model music box by D. Allard and Sandoz with 9 bells and 10 interchangeable cylinders in a fine boulle inlaid freestanding case. From the Scarsdale estate comes several pieces of 18th and 19th century furniture and several Persian carpets as well as an exceptional Caucasian saddle cover in excellent condition and a fine 18th century Verdure tapestry. 

Of the Americana highlights a monumental probably Fiske cow weathervane competes with a rare 6 gallon Hamilton and Jones stoneware crock with an eagle and four stars. Four George Nakashima 'grass seat' chairs, Gustav Stickley including two dining tables, two sets of chairs and a plate rack sideboard, an exceptional Thonet center table and a French Majorelle style table will be of interest as well as two Waterford chandeliers and a vintage Leica camera.

Standout oils in the sale include works by artists Alfred W, Kowalski, Johann Bertholsen, Anne Congdon, James Buttersworth, Jan Powlowski, Louis Betts, William Zorach, Charles D. Gibson, Ugo Bernusconi, Peggy Dodds, Fried Pal, Allen Newton and many others. 

As in prior holiday auctions estate jewelry features prominently with approximately 30 lots vintage Bakelite, some fine jewelry and is joined by several sterling flatware services, hollowware and other various little treasures.  The sale encompasses approximately 450 lots. 

Previews are prior Thursday and Friday noon to 5pm, Saturday 10-12:30 pm sale time or by appointment.

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