Huge collection of Elvis memorabilia will headline Chesapeake Auction's Memorial Day Sale, May 27th A huge single-owner lifetime collection of Elvis Presley items will be the centerpiece offering in a Memorial Day antiques and collectibles auction on Monday, May 27, at Chesapeake Auction House in Md
buyer’s premium of 13 percent will be applied to all purchases, with a 3 percent discount for cash or check. St. Leonard is located on scenic Route 4, just ten minutes from Solomons Island, an hour from Washington, D.C., and an hour and a half from Baltimore.
Chesapeake Auction House is actually one part of a two-part business. The other part is The MarketPlace, which consists of shop rentals, where dealers can sell their own merchandise (or have the staff sell it for them). Chesapeake Auction House is a lively place where folks can “hoot and holler” and have a great time. Consignors bring their items and bidders set the price.
Auctions are typically held Friday evening at 6 p.m., as well as on some Saturdays and Sundays (or, in the case of the Memorial Day auction, a weekday holiday). The auctions feature a wide variety of offerings, to include antiques and collectibles, handyman items and tools, estate items, all-new merchandise, nursery stock, firearms, coins, holiday-themed items and groceries.
Chesapeake Auction House is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign an item, an estate or a collection, you may call them at (410) 586-1161; or, you can e-mail them at email@example.com. For more information about the firm and the Memorial Day auction, go to www.chesapeakemarketplace.com or Auctionzip.com (ID #4113).