Prominent local estates to be sold Sept. 12 in Ivor, Va. Several prominent local estates, including one with collections that span multiple generations, will be sold at auction Saturday, Sept. 12 in Ivor, Va., by Jay & Wilma's Local Estates of Wakefield, Va
will include local Indian arrowheads; old coins and jewelry; and a Fox Sterlingworth double-barrel shotgun (circa 1920s), plus other shotguns.
Also from these ancillary estates: old bottles; a large selection of Depression glass; glassware and porcelain items; old hand tools, many made by blacksmiths (circa 1850-1900); letterheads (bills from local businesses, to include an 1869 invoice from John Ducey, the renowned crock maker from Petersburg, Va., signed by him); plus about ten Oriental-style rugs made anywhere from 1880-1950.
All sales will be subject to a 10 percent buyer’s premium. Phone and absentee bids will also be accepted. Jay & Wilma’s Local Estates is still accepting quality consignments for this sale. To consign an item, estate or collection for this auction, you may call them at (757) 899-2293 or (757) 620-9528; or e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more info on the Sept. 12 sale, go to www.tomsauction.com.
Tom's Auctions & Appraisals will soon make an addition to its regular services of estate, consignment and real estate auctions, to go with its appraisals service. “In the very near future, we intend to add traditional listings to the list of services offered,” said Tom Perry (VA.A.R. 1045, MPPA, GPPA, GPPA-M, C.A.G.A., AARE). For details, call Tom Perry at (757) 539-2498 or (757) 617-9647.