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Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc.

VAR #555 / VAF #782
Tel: 540.434.3939
Fax: 540.434.3399
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Gallery Location & Shipping Address:

2177 Green Valley Lane
Mt. Crawford, VA 22841

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 2638
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Auctioneers, Appraisers, Brokers, Consultants & Collections Management


What We Sell / How We Sell


Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc. actively seeks quality consignments from single items to entire collections and is especially sensitive to the special needs of museums and institutions.  
We specialize in: 
Southern Decorative Arts
American Glass and Lighting
17th to early 20th century Ceramics
Antique Sewing Accoutrements
Fine Antiques of all types  
We offer competitive commission rates and welcome the opportunity to include your consignment in an appropriate auction or create a special, single-owner auction for your collection. 
Our standard sliding commission rate schedule is based on the amount that each consigned lot brings at public auction.  Once we've made a preliminary assessment of your consignment, we will be able to fully discuss the details of your potential consignment.  
Monthly catalogued auctions are held at our state-of-the-art auction gallery in Mt. Crawford, Virginia.  By registering to bid directly with our auction house, bidders have the option to submit absentee bids before the sale and/or participate LIVE during the auction as on-site or telephone bidders.  
Our auctions are available online through the Live Auctioneers bidding platform, thereby allowing people from all over the world to participate.  Those who register to bid with us through either of these platforms may submit absentee bids or compete LIVE in real-time remotely using the internet.  The massive exposure to serious collectors and dealers worldwide is an extremely important factor in achieving strong prices for your consignment. 
Nearly all of the consignments we accept are sold at unreserved public auction; however, the auctioneer may determine that special circumstances warrant a reserve (a minimum price that a seller is willing to accept for an item) or a Private Treaty Sale.  These options should be discussed during the consignment evaluation phase.








Tulip Vase

Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. 10" Tulip Vase, Circa 1850 - Sold $22,600, November 15, 2008, lot 1463. A record price for a Tulip vase.


Shenandoah Valley Walnut Pewter Cupboard, Circa 1790 - Sold $30,800, November 13, 2004, lot 244, for a Page Co., VA estate.

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