The professional staff at Green Valley Auctions will inventory, pack and move your items to our auction house. We have the knowledge to sort and pack your treasures as well as all the right equipment and staff to safely transport them to our facility. For larger estates this service is provided at no extra cost.
Short term storage is provided at no extra cost, enabling Green Valley to meet your real estate closing deadlines.
Professional local or out of state moving for items you wish to keep through our sister company Green Valley Moving.
Expert auction set-up and marketing is included in our commission. Green Valley Auctions advertises in seven Virginia newspapers, regional and national antique papers (when appropriate), three national auction search websites, our own website (complete with listing, photos and video), Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus) and our mailing list of over 2500 buyers.
For estates with high-end collection of antiques Green Valley Auctions offers cataloging and live internet bidding. You may view our past cataloged auctions here.
To better serve our clients, Green Valley Auctions offers a computerized auction program which includes an inventory settlement and guaranteed check within 30 business days following the auction.
Green Valley can handle any size of collections. Smaller collections can be included as a special section in an estate auction. Larger collections can be handled as an individual auction.
Online catalog and live internet bidding are available depending on the nature of your collection.
Online listing and print listing is provided for appropriate collections.
Expert auction set-up and marketing is included in our commission. Green Valley advertises in seven Virginia newspapers, regional and national antique papers (when appropriate), three national auction search websites, our own website (complete with listing, photos and video), Social Media (Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter) and our mailing list of over 2500 buyers.
Green Valley Auctions offers full appraisal services for estate tax filings or family dispersal.
Appraisal Credentials for Gregory L. Evans:
Additional information about Green Valley Auctions' appraisal services may be obtained by calling our offices (540-434-4260). Note: We do not appraise furs or jewelry containing precious stones.
Let Green Valley Auctions’ trusted name and expert marketing work for you in selling your home or farm. Green Valley can promote your property with photos in the newspaper as well as an internet advertising campaign. We can take of everything from trash removal, housecleaning, staging and open houses.
For all of your moving needs you can trust our sister company Green Valley Moving to take care of you.
Settling an estate? Meet with one of our consultants to see if selling the personal property on site is the best option for you. Either way Green Valley Auctions can meet your needs.
Green Valley Auctions holds a Federal Firearms License (FFL) and is qualified to handle all aspects of firearm transactions.
Green Valley Auctions takes possession of your firearms and becomes responsible for them. With storage for 400 long guns and 500 handguns available in our humidity controlled gun vault, complete with security cameras and alarm system, you can rest assured that your firearms are in good hands.
What items do you take on consignment for your auctions?
Because we divide our auctions into multiple galleries, we are able to handle items ranging from fine antiques to general household items.
What are examples of the types of items sold in each Gallery?
Gallery #2 begins at 10:00 a.m. and usually finishes around 6:00 p.m. The auction begins with hundreds of box lots of glassware, knick-knacks, pots/pans, etc. and is followed by estate artwork, books and ephemera, antique toys and dolls, collectibles, quality household items, etc.
A second auctioneer begins selling in Gallery #3 at 11:30 a.m. This features basement and outbuilding contents with hand and power tools plus garden accessories and moves into a good selection of used furniture. Gallery #3 finishes around 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. on a selection of as-found and primitive furniture and accessories.
Gallery #1 is our "sit-down" session and starts between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Gallery #1 features antique furniture, firearms, fine furnishings (Henkel Harris, Suters, VA Craftsman, etc.), quality used furniture, large appliances, good glass/china, art pottery, P. Buckley Moss originals and prints, silver, jewelry, etc., Gallery #1 normally finishes around 9:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Do you accept one or two items for consignment or do I need to have an entire house full?
We are a full-service auction house and can handle full and partial estates, plus downsizings, basement and attic clean-outs, etc. We gladly accept small and large consignments and will build an auction that combines several consignors and estates to appeal to bidders.
When do you accept Bring-In consignments?
Normally, consignments for auction are taken in on every other Monday. Due to limited storage space, you will need to e-mail us or call us at 540-434-4260 to arrange a specific date.
How do you keep consignments from different people separate?
Every consignor is given a code letter(s) and their items are tagged. An inventory is made and updated as the items are sorted. All items are entered into the computer as they are sold. After the sale the computer report is matched to the inventory.