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Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc.

VAR #555 / VAF #782
Tel: 540.434.3939
Fax: 540.434.3399
Email: Click to email us

Gallery Location & Shipping Address:

2177 Green Valley Lane
Mt. Crawford, VA 22841

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 2638
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
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SATURDAY
August 29, 2015
Beginning at 9:30 AM ET
 
Summer Catalogued
Variety Auction
 
 
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Featuring part one of the collection of Maxine and the late Carlton Rinaca of Shenandoah, VA, selections from the Orlean R. Holsinger estate of Staunton, VA and the Vondrea Fansler collection of Basye, VA; plus other consignments.

Comprising country store and advertising material; six good Shenandoah Valley mill stones of various sizes; mill desk from the Rinkerton Mill in Shenandoah Co, VA; country furniture including two Valley pie safes; collection of Emanuel Suter, Rockingham Co. pottery including an earthenware jug-form bank signed “Mary Suter” in pencil under the base, a signed earthenware canner and ¼-gallon crock, and a signed (three-line mark) stoneware two-gallon jar; local items including Bear and Elk Lithia water bottles; ironware including an Indian warning bell and jockey hitching post; Black Americana; Native American material; railroad lanterns; glass churns; woodenware; Edison cylinder phonograph with horn and cylinders; collection of vintage Christmas ornaments; dolls and toys; vintage comic books; 75+ pieces of blue & white salt-glaze kitchenware; 20+ pieces of spongeware; Rockingham and yellowware; collection of Rosenthal "Delft" china; sets of Spode "Pink Tower" and "Wicker Lane" china; lot of Victorian hand-painted German/Bavaria china; other ceramics including majolica and American art pottery; kerosene lighting including 30+ opalescent stand and finger lamps, other stand and finger lamps, 50+ miniature lamps, &c.; Burmese wall-mount fairy lamps with mirror and double fairy lamp with vases; Victorian glass including 65 sugar shakers, syrup pitchers, S&P shakers, &c.; EAPG including animal patterns;  Carnival glass; large lot of sterling silver; fine estate jewelry including 1.18 ct diamond solitaire pendant, diamond rings,  gold charm and other bracelets, gold chains, pearls, &c.; plus more.  

For an idea of what you can expect, take a look at auction catalogues (with realized prices) from our past Variety auctions: 

FEB 2015  FEB 2014  AUG 2013  FEB 2013  FEB 2012  APR 2010

For specific details on the various ways you can bid in our auctions, go to BUYING>Types of Bidding.

Auction Preview Dates/Times:
August 26*, 27 & 28 (WED-THU-FRI) from 10 AM to 6 PM ET
August 29 (SAT) from 8 AM ET until end of auction
 

 *Monthly Appraisal Day: WED, August 26 from 1 PM to 4 PM ET.


Consignment Deadline: Closed

Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc. is actively seeking fresh consignments for our monthly catalogued auctions, from single items to entire collections. We specialize in all types of Southern furniture and decorative arts, quality American glass and lighting, 17th to early 20th century ceramics, and antique sewing accoutrements, as well as all categories of Americana, fine art, and valuable antiques and collectibles.

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SATURDAY
September 26, 2015
Beginning at 9:30 AM ET
 
21st Annual Fall Catalogued Auction of
EAPG & Other
19th Century Glass  
 
 
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Featuring the collections of the late Mildred and Devero Martin of Franklinton, NC and Kent and Mary Stevens of Winchester, VA; rarities from the Dr. Larry McCallister collection of Muncie, IN; a Pittsburgh PA collection; plus others.

Early glass including colored Sandwich, rare pressed Lacy, early cut, and blown three-mold; 150+ pieces of Overshot including many rare colored pieces and examples with applied snakes; flint EAPG including extremely rare Horn of Plenty and colored pieces; non-flint EAPG including 1,000+ pieces of ruby stained, 500+ pieces of amber and other stained/decorated, 600+ pieces of Vaseline, 400+ pieces of other colored, 45 pieces of US Coin (most from the late Tim Timmerman’s collection), rare animal and historical, honey dishes, table and water sets; plus much more.   

SPECIAL UNCATALOGUED SESSION

Thursday, September 24 at 10:00 AM

Comprising more than 3,500 pieces of EAPG to be sold by table and box lots including 500+ honey/butter dishes, 60+ water sets, 60+ table sets, 60+ berry sets, 80+ water pitchers, cakes stands, goblets, collections of Reverse 44, Riverside Petticoat, Mardis Gras, states patterns, &c.

NOTE: We will host a special regional meeting of the Early American Pattern Glass Society (EAPGS) in conjunction with this auction. Click here for the registration form.

 

SPECIAL EVENT: Thursday & Friday, September 24 & 25: Regional EAPGS Meeting.

EAPGS MEMBERS who make reservations at the Courtyard by Marriott Harrisonburg by September 2nd will get a special group room rate of $91.00/night (subject to 11.8% tax) for single or double occupancy.  To make reservations online, CLICK HERE or call the reservations desk at (540) 432-3031 (be sure to mention the EAPGS group name if calling).  

Watch this site for additional EAPGS meeting and auction details.

For specific details on the various ways you can bid in our auctions, go to BUYING>Types of Bidding.

Auction Preview Dates/Times:
September 23*, 24 & 25 (WED-THU-FRI) from 10 AM to 6 PM ET
September 26 (SAT) from 8 AM ET until end of auction 

 *Monthly Appraisal Day: WED, September 23 from 1 PM to 4 PM ET.


Consignment Deadline: Tentative, August 14, 2015 Select Small Consignments

Due to the high volume of items from the large collections in this sale we are only accepting select, small consignments.                 

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Saturday
October 10, 2015
(previously October 13)
AUCTION DATE CHANGED
 
Beginning at 9:30 AM ET
 
Fall Catalogued Auction of
Antiques, 20th Century Design,
Fine & Decorative Arts, and Ceramics
 
 
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Consignments from two old Virginia estate collections plus private collections from Arizona, North Carolina, New York and Pennsylvania. Featuring a large and important private collection of more than 500 pieces of R. S. Prussia including many rare portrait and scenic examples; large selection of other ceramics including collections of Chintz and flow blue, Meissen, and Victorian nodders; Mid-Century furniture and accessories; American and European art glass; including Tiffany, Galle, and Daum Nancy; studio pottery, glass, and paperweights; Asian material including Canton and Rose Medallion; fine art; 18th - 20th century English and American silver; fine jewelry; plus more. We are currently accepting consignments for this auction.  

Watch this site for additional auction details.

For specific details on the various ways you can bid in our auctions, go to BUYING>Types of Bidding.

Auction Preview Dates/Times:
October 7, 8 & 9 (WED-THUR-FRI) from 10 AM to 6 PM ET
October 10 (SAT) from 8 AM ET until end of auction
 
 *Monthly Appraisal Day: WED, October 7 from 1 PM to 4 PM ET.

Consignment Deadline: August 28, 2015

Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc. is actively seeking fresh consignments for our monthly catalogued auctions, from single items to entire collections. We specialize in all types of Southern furniture and decorative arts, quality American glass and lighting, 17th to early 20th century ceramics, and antique sewing accoutrements, as well as all categories of Americana, fine art, and valuable antiques and collectibles.

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 SATURDAY
October 17, 2015
Beginning at 9:30 AM ET
 
Important Catalogued Auction of
Miniature &
Kerosene Lighting
 
 
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Featuring part one of the renowned 40-year collection of Karen and Frank McWright of Bethel, CT.  This auction will feature over 300 rare and desirable miniature lamps plus outstanding Victorian opalescent lighting, and related accessories from the McWright collection. In addition we will sell a large selection of parts from the McWright collection in catalogued and uncatalogued lots. Following the McWright collection we will sell rare kerosene lighting from the Dr. Larry McCallister collection including Swan and other figural stand lamps, Sandwich Triple Dolphin and Onion lamps, selection of cased-font stand lamps, &c., Argand lighting, along with a small, but select collection of GWTW parlor lamps. Part two of the McWright collection will be sold in the spring of 2016.

Uncatalogued Sesssion: Friday, October 16 at 3:00PM we will hold an uncatalogued session of lamp parts of all types along with a selection of kerosene lamps.

SPECIAL EVENT: Friday, October 16: Regional Night Light Club Meeting

For specific details on the various ways you can bid in our auctions, go to BUYING>Types of Bidding.

Auction Preview Dates/Times:
October 14*, 15 & 16 (WED-THU-FRI) from 10 AM to 6 PM ET
October 17 (SAT) from 8 AM ET until end of auction
 
 *Monthly Appraisal Day: WED, October 14 from 1 PM to 4 PM ET. 
 
 
 

Consignment Deadline: August 28, 2015

Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc. is actively seeking fresh consignments for our monthly catalogued auctions, from single items to entire collections. We specialize in all types of Southern furniture and decorative arts, quality American glass and lighting, 17th to early 20th century ceramics, and antique sewing accoutrements, as well as all categories of Americana, fine art, and valuable antiques and collectibles.

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SATURDAY
November 14, 2015
Beginning at 9:30 AM ET
 
Catalogued Auction of
Americana & Fine Antiques
  Featuring Virginia and the South
 

Sale Details

 

Featuring part two of the collection of Maxine and the late Carlton Rinaca of Shenandoah, VA; the Franklin Stoneburner estate collection of Delavan, WI; additional estate and private collections from Virginia, New York, and Pennsylvania; material deaccessioned by a Virginia institution; plus others.

Overview: A fine selection of rare Virginia & other Southern material; 18th & 19th century American formal and country furniture; the Rinaca collection of Shenandoah Valley and other folk pottery including many published and exhibited pieces; American fine art; country accessories including good baskets and treenware; a fine collection of samplers and sewing accoutrements; other textiles including Valley quilts and coverlets; a fine library of 17th-20th century books including the 1st - 4th editions of the Encyclopedia Britannia; 17th and 18th century North American and other maps; 18th and 19th century ceramics including collections of Delft, dark blue Staffordshire with American views, Staffordshire figures, and early flow blue; plus much more.

Additional details and preview images are forthcoming. 

FREE SPECIAL EVENT: FALL LECTURE SERIES on Friday, November 13:

From Kindig to Tannehill: Antiques dealers and collecting in the Shenandoah Valley from the 1910s to the 1970s, presented by Jeffrey S. Evans.

A look back at the history of the antiques trade in the Shenandoah Valley from the arrival of the earliest Yankee  dealers, to the first public auctions to advertise “antiques” and the establishing of the Harrisonburg “Flea Market” in 1972. This lecture is open to the public!

For specific details on the various ways you can bid in our auctions, go to BUYING>Types of Bidding.

Auction Preview Dates/Times:
November 11*, 12 & 13 (WED-THU-FRI) from 10 AM to 6 PM ET
November 14 (SAT) from 8 AM ET until end of auction
 
 *Monthly Appraisal Day: WED, November 11 from 1 PM to 4 PM ET.

Consignment Deadline: October 2, 2015

 Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc. is actively seeking fresh consignments for our monthly catalogued auctions, from single items to entire collections. We specialize in all types of Southern furniture and decorative arts, quality American glass and lighting, 17th to early 20th century ceramics, and antique sewing accoutrements, as well as all categories of Americana, fine art, and valuable antiques and collectibles.

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SATURDAY
December 5, 2015
Beginning at 9:30 AM ET
 
Special Holiday Auction
  Details Pending

 

Watch this site for details.

For specific details on the various ways you can bid in our auctions, go to BUYING>Types of Bidding. (Live internet bidding will NOT be offered on Bidsquare for this auction.)

Auction Preview Dates/Times:
December 2*, 3 & 4 (WED-THU-FRI) from 10 AM to 6 PM ET
December 5 (SAT) from 8 AM ET until end of auction
 
 *Monthly Appraisal Day: WED, December 2 from 1 PM to 4 PM ET.

Consignment Deadline: October 23, 2015

 Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc. is actively seeking fresh consignments for our monthly catalogued auctions, from single items to entire collections. We specialize in all types of Southern furniture and decorative arts, quality American glass and lighting, 17th to early 20th century ceramics, and antique sewing accoutrements, as well as all categories of Americana, fine art, and valuable antiques and collectibles.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

 

Lectures/Seminars & Museum Exhibits 
 
Free Appraisal Days 

Antiques Shows & Sales 

 

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UPCOMING SHOWS 
 
JAN  FEB  MAR  APR  MAY  JUN
 
JUL  AUG  SEP  OCT  NOV  DEC
 
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 April 2015 Events

Indianapolis  (April 24-25)

Westchester (April 25-26) 



 

 

 

 

 

April 24-25, 2015
July 10-11, 2015

 

46th Annual
Hoosier "Indy" Antique Show
Beverley Evans will attend the April show.
Beverley and Jeff Evans will both attend the show in July.

 
VENUE (New location!)
Indiana State Fairgrounds 
 
Main Office Address
1232 East 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46205
 
SHOW TIMES (New 2-Day Format!  New Times!)
FRIDAY: 10 AM to 5 PM
SATURDAY: 10 AM to 4 PM
 
ADMISSION
$8.00
 
TELEPHONE
(618) 444-2803 

WEBSITE & ADDITIONAL SHOW INFORMATION

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 April 25-26, 2015  

39th Annual Westchester
Glass & Ceramics Show
Unfortunately no one from JSE&A will be able to attend this show. 

VENUE
90 Harding Road
Old Greenwich, CT
(Exit 5 off of I-95, follow signs)
 
SHOW TIMES 
SATURDAY: 10 AM to 6 PM
SUNDAY: 10 AM to 4 PM

ADMISSION 
$8.00
 
CONTACTS
Al Adams
TEL: 203-394-8956
EMAIL: adams7562@att.net
 
Jim Russell
TEL: 203-438-1806
EMAIL: jrussell9431@sbcglobal.net

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July 9-12, 2015
Mega-Glass Convention

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
FREE APPRAISAL DAYS 
 
Offered monthly and typically held during our first preview day for that month's auction.  (If the auction is held on a Saturday, Free Appraisal Day will be during the Wednesday preview day.  If the auction is held on a Wednesday, Free Appraisal Day will be during the Monday preview day.) 
 
Click Here for Upcoming Dates  
 
Owner/auctioneer Jeff Evans and staff will be available to meet with you between the hours of 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM ET to evaluate your antiques and/or collectibles.   
 
Private individuals may bring in items (or photos of items) on these designated days for a free verbal appraisal.    
 
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED!
(No appointments)
 
Participants are treated on a first come, first served basis and must sign in at the front desk to receive a number.  The Sign In sheet is available beginning at 12:45 PM ET (15 minutes before we begin). 
 
Please limit three (3) items per person.  Thank you! 

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2015 AUCTIONS
 In 2015, LIVE Internet Bidding is provided by
2014 AUCTIONS
 In 2014, LIVE Internet Bidding was provided by
 
(February-October)
~ AND ~
(January-December)
~ AND ~
(November)
 
Printable price lists are available
within 24 hours of the end of each auction. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
02/22/2014
 
01/18/2014 
 
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2013 AUCTIONS
 In 2013, "Live" Internet Bidding was provided by
 
Artfact
(now Invaluable)
~ AND ~
   Printable price lists are available
within 24 hours of the end of each auction.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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2012 AUCTIONS 
 
In 2012, "Live" Internet Bidding was provided by
 
Live Auctioneers
 
11/10/2012 
 
10/20/2012 
 
10/19/2012 
 
09/29/2012 
 
08/25/2012 
 
06/23/2012 
 
05/19/2012 
 
04/29/2012  
 
04/28/2012
 
03/24/2012 
 
03/23/2012  
 
02/18/2012  
 
01/28/2012 
 
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2011 AUCTIONS
 
In 2011, "Live" Internet Bidding was provided by
 
Live Auctioneers  
 
12/03/2011 
 
11/12/2011   
 
10/29/2011
(complete auction) 
 
10/29/2011
(text + prices for Meyer lots 001-139 only)
 
09/24/2011 
 
08/27/2011  
 
07/30/2011
 
06/25/2011 
 
05/21/2011 
 
03/19/2011 
 
02/19/2011 
 
01/29/2011  
 
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2010 AUCTIONS
 
In 2010, "Live" Internet Bidding was provided by
 
Artfact
(January and February)
~AND~
LiveAuctioneers 
(March through December) 
 
12/04/2010   
 
11/13/2010 
 
10/23/2010  
 
09/26/2010   
 
09/25/2010   
 
08/28/2010   
 
07/31/2010   
 
06/26/2010  
 
05/22/2010  
Full-color softbound catalogue available 
Details  
 
04/23/2010   
 
03/27/2010   
 
02/20/2010   
 
01/30/2010     
 
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2009 AUCTIONS 
 
In 2009, "Live" Internet Bidding was provided by
 
Artfact
 
11/14/2009   
 
10/24/2009  
 
09/26/2009
(complete auction)  
 
09/26/2009
(Layton Pillar Mold Collection only - lots 001-166)  
Full-color softbound catalogue available 
Details   
 
08/29/2009  
 
07/25/2009  
 
06/27/2009  
 
06/06/2009     
 
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2007-2008 AUCTIONS
 
From 1995 through 2008 our catalogued auctions were conducted under our former company, Green Valley Auctions.  Since 09/22/2007 all catalogued auctions conducted on-site at our facility have also been offered "live" on the Internet.  Catalogues for the 18 auctions held in 2007 and 2008 are available online through Live Auctioneers only.   
 
Go to 2007 auctions  
 
Prices include buyer's premium
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2008
 
JAN 2008   MAY 2008   JUN 2008
 
SEP 2008   OCT 2008   NOV 2008
 
A note about our 2007-2008 auctions 
 
 
11/15/2008
Americana & Decorative Arts  
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized) 
Printable Price List  

11/14/2008
Americana & Decorative Arts  
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List

 
10/18/2008
The Duff & Molly Allen Collection: A Survey of American Glass   
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List     
Full-color softbound catalogue available  Details   
List of Lots 1-18 (Lots not included in printed catalogue)    
Corrigenda

 
09/27/2008
American Glass & Lighting  
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List   

09/26/2008
American Glass & Lighting 
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List  

09/13/2008
Lighting Only  
Online Catalogue (You must login signed in to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List

 
06/28/2008
Antiques & Americana  
Online Catalogue (You must login in to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List  

06/27/2008
Antiques & Americana 
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List

05/17/2008
Spring Glass & Lighting Auction  
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List (includes auction date 05/16/2008)

05/16/2008
Spring Glass & Lighting Auction  
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List (includes auction date 05/17/2008)

01/27/2008
Winter Glass & Lighting Auction    
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List  

01/26/2008
Winter Glass & Lighting Auction  
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List  

01/25/2008
Winter Glass & Lighting Auction  
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List

 
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2007
 
 
SEP 2007   OCT 2007   NOV 2007   Prior to SEP 2007  
 
A note about our 2007-2008 auctions
 
 
11/11/2007
The Cup Plate Collection of Anne & the late Leon Powell   
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List   
Full color catalogue available.  Item #AC-025     
Corrigenda  

11/10/2007
Antiques, Americana & Decorative Arts, plus Glass & Lighting   
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List (includes auction date 11/09/2007)  
Full color catalogue available.  Item #AC-024    
Corrigenda  

11/09/2007
Antiques, Americana & Decorative Arts, plus Glass & Lighting   
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)
 Printable Price List (includes auction date 11/10/2007)

10/12/2007
The Civil War & Militaria Collection of the late D. Coiner Rosen  
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List  
Lots 297-310 (Firearms) (Lots not included in online catalogue)

09/22/2007
EAPG, Victorian Glass & Kerosene Lighting   
Online Catalogue (You must login to Live Auctioneers to see prices realized)  
Printable Price List 

   
We did not offer online internet bidding prior to 09/22/2007, therefore those auction catalogues are not available online.  You may purchase full-color softbound auction catalogues for many of our past sales at our gallery or through our Online Store.  A printable order form is available on our online store page (see items AC-001 through AC-028 for list of available auction dates). 
 
JUN 2007   MAY 2007   MAR 2007   JAN 2007
 
 
06/22/2007 & 06/23/2007
Semiannual Auction of Antiques, Americana & Decorative Arts 
Printable Price List (prices include 10% buyer's premium)  
Auction Highlights

05/18/2007 & 05/19/2007
Seventh Annual Spring Glass & Lighting Auction 
You may purchase copies of this catalogue through our Online Store (see item AC-023 on order form).   
Listing of Reference Books   
Corrigenda  
Printable Price List (prices include 10% buyer's premium)  
Auction Highlights

03/23/2007 & 03/24/2007
The Mac & Dolly McKenney 50-Year Collection of Fine Americana & Decorative Arts (featuring important Shenandoah Valley of Virgina examples)   
You may purchase copies of the 03/24 session catalogue (lots 001-377 only) through our Online Store (see item AC-022 on order form).   
Biography of Mac & Dolly McKenney excerpted from catalogue  
Listing of antique tools sold March 23, 2007 (lots 500-706)  
Corrigenda  
Printable Price List-All Lots (prices include 10% buyer's premium)  
Auction Highlights

01/26/2007 & 01/27/2007
Annual Winter Glass & Lighting Auction 
Printable Price List (prices include 10% buyer's premium)  
Auction Highlights

   2006
 
Our 1995-2008 catalogued auctions were conducted under our former company, Green Valley Auctions, Inc.   
Note about auctions prior to 09/22/2007

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09/29/2006, 09/30/2006 & 10/01/2006
Annual Fall Glass & Lighting Auction 
NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE.  You may purchase copies of this catalogue (reference book lots BK1-26 are not included) through our Online Store (see item AC-021 on order form).    
Listing of Reference Books  
Corrigenda  
Printable Price List (prices include 10% buyer's premium)  
Auction Highlights  

 
VIEWING AUCTION CATALOGUES THROUGH LIVE AUCTIONEERS:
 
Our final realized auction price includes buyer's premium.
Prices displayed on Live Auctioneers do NOT show buyer's premium.  
 
You must login to your Live Auctioneers account to view prices.  
 
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 I bid in your auction...now what?
 
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When will I know if my bid was successful?     
 
Typically all successful absentee, phone and internet bidders are notified via email on the FIRST BUSINESS DAY after the auction.  
 
We generally handle 150-250 invoices after each auction.  If we have a large number of invoices, some winners may be notified on the second business day.  ALL notifications will be completed within two business days of the close of the auction.
 
If we have no email address for you, we will notify you by phone.  

What do I need to do? 
 
Please wait until you receive your invoice(s) and verify lot(s) won.  It is possible that you will receive more than one invoice   
 
Once you have received ALL invoices, CONTACT US to:
 
1.  Confirm receipt and accuracy of invoice(s) 
2.  Arrange for payment and shipping or pick up
 
Winning bidders are required to contact us within the deadline noted on the invoice.  An emailed reply to your invoice is preferred. (Calls often go directly to voicemail as there are considerably more winning bidders than office staff.)
 
NOTE: Contacting us through the LiveAuctioneers messaging system BEFORE receiving your invoice does NOT satisfy this requirement.
 
Calls should be made to 540.434.3939, ext. 0 during OUR business hours.  
 
**DO NOT contact us concerning your invoice through the LiveAuctioneers messaging systems. We do not use that messaging system during the post-auction phase.
 
If paying with VISA/MC, you may use our secure online form to submit credit card and shipping details.  Once received, we will add you to the packing order and process your card and ship per your instructions.    
 
Requests for our packing and shipping service should be made within the deadline stated on the invoice (be sure to confirm shipping address).   
 
We handle a very large volume of packing and shipping after each sale and we work in order of request.  The sooner we know to pack, the faster we can ship your items to you. 

 
What if I do not receive an invoice? 
 

You may receive more than one invoice! 
 
Invoices are created per auction date AND bidding platform (e.g. Invaluable, LiveAuctioneers, Auction Flex).  
  
We can combine ALL lots for shipping and you can make one payment for the combined total of your invoices.  Buyer's premium may vary per invoice.   
 

I think I won, but I have not received an invoice. 
 
Invoicing may still be in progress.  Please allow us the time necessary to complete the invoicing process.  
 
Most invoices are sent on the first business day after the auction.  All invoicing/winning bidder notifications will be completed no later than 5:00 PM ET on the second business day following the auction.     
 
Our email may have been rejected as SPAM.  Check your SPAM folder for emails from info@jeffreysevans.com.
 
Your bid may not have been successful.  Check the realized auction prices (see next question).  Although a lot may have sold for your maximum bid amount, it does not necessarily mean that you are the winner. 
 
Sample bidding scenario
 
If you believe that you were a successful bidder but have not received an invoice by 3:00 PM ET on the second business day after the auction, email us or call 540.434.3939 (ext. 0).  
 
NOTE: Invaluable and Live Auctioneers invoices are automatically sent to the email that is associated with your account.  If you want the invoice sent to a different email, login to your account and update your email address.  
 
About the Live Auctioneers Invoices 

Are past auction catalogues and prices available online?
 
Yes.  After each auction the online catalogue is updated to include realized prices and then moved from the Current Auctions to the Past Auctions page (move is done next business day).   
 
Prices are posted within 24 hours of the end of the auction.  (They are often posted within a few hours.)     
 
Although the actual buyer's premium on a sold lot may be 15%, 17% or 20% (depending on the bidding and/or payment methods), our past sale prices reflect a 15% buyer's premium only. 
 

What else should I know? 
 
Go to our Buying > After the Auction page for detailed information concerning our post-auction process (e.g. invoicing, payment, packing and shipping, pick up, refund policy).   
 
Thank you for your bids!  We couldn't do this without YOU!     
 

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Free Appraisal Day Schedule
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Hours are from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM ET only. 
Please limit to items (or photos of items) to three (3) per person.  
 
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  • Wednesday, February 25
  • Wednesday, March 25
  • Wednesday, April 22
  • Wednesday, May 27
  • Wednesday, June 17
  • Wednesday, July 15
  • Wednesday, August 26
  • Wednesday, September 23
  • Wednesday, October 7
  • Wednesday, October 14
  • Wednesday, November 11
  • Wednesday, December 2
     

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GENERAL PREVIEW & 
AUCTION INFORMATION
All times are USA Eastern Time (EST/EDT)
 
We usually conduct one catalogued auction per month, held at our gallery in Mt. Crawford, Virginia, with a 2-3 day public preview preceding each sale.
 
Catalogues are posted online about one week prior to each auction. 
 
View Past Auction Catalogues 
 
Although a typical Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc. auction is a one-day catalogued sale held on a Saturday, the sale may be held on a weekday or may be a multi-day event that also includes uncatalogued sessions. 
    
For a standard Saturday auction, the gallery opens at 8:00 AM and the sale begins at 9:30 AM. 
 
Our standard auction preview is held from 10 AM to 6 PM on the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday preceding the sale; however, days and times may vary.  Please check our Upcoming Auction Schedule for specifics.   
 
Auction and Preview Days and Times may vary.
Please check our current auction schedule.
 
Free Appraisal Day is held monthly, normally during our Wednesday preview day.  Hours are 1 PM to 4 PM.  Appraisals are verbal only.  Participants may bring up to 3 items each. 
 
More Information & Current Schedule
 
We sell in lot number order at an average selling pace of 100 lots per hour, therefore an auction containing 600 total lots would take approximately six hours to complete.  A typical auction generally starts out at a pace of 80 lots per hour and the ending selling speed is often 100-110 lots per hour. 
 
WATCH THE BIDDING "LIVE" IN REAL-TIME! 

 
 
 
Live Internet Bidding is currently available through Live Auctioneers and Bidsquare.  When an auction is in progress you may simply watch the bidding in real time, or, if you are registered and approved for the auction, you will have the capability of placing a bid.  (If you do not see an active "BID" button, you may not have successfully completed the registration and/or bidder approval process.)
 
Note: Although LiveAuctioneers uses Pacific Time (PT) for ALL of their auctions, we are located in Virginia, which is on Eastern Time (ET), therefore our actual auction time is 3 hours later than the time shown on LiveAuctioneers. 
 
For Bidding Information, please visit our Buying page. 
 
For Consignment Information, please visit our Selling page.      
 
The JSE & Assoc. Lecture Series is an offering of educational presentations by expert speakers in the areas of American Glass and Virginia Decorative Arts.  Free and open to the public, these lectures are structured to complement specific auctions and are normally held on the Friday preceding the weekend auction, after the gallery has closed for preview.  Any scheduled lectures will be listed along with the auction details for that particular sale date. 
 
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