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San Antonio antiques for auction

San Antonio antiques for auction

San Antonio antiques for auction San Antonio antiques for auction

San Antonio antiques for auction San Antonio antiques for auction

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San Antonio antiques for auction

There is so much more in this auction that is not pictured here!
Please attend one of our previews to see everything in person.
2 gallery previews:
Friday, August 29, 10am-6pm
Monday, Labor Day, day-of-sale, September 1st from 11am to 1pm.
The auction begins Labor Day, Monday, September 1 at 1pm CDT.
No auctions Tuesday August 19 or Tuesday August 26 - we are closed for summer break.

WE RETURN on Labor Day, September 1st with the spectacular LABOR DAY AUCTION! This special holiday afternoon auction event will feature the contents of the fabulous 5-generation estate of the Grauer family of Philadelphia and San Antonio, including period French and American furnishings, wonderful Continental European home accessories of all description, excellent grandfather, wall & mantle clocks, a collection of early tintype photography, original European and American oil paintings and etchings, religious & sacred artifacts, Orientalia, porcelain & glasswares, fireplace accessories, folkart, sconces and lighting pieces, 125 rugs and carpets including some extraordinarily high quality rugs, kitchen accessories, early books, primitive tools. We rarely see 'fresh to market' estate antiques of this extraordinary quality - please tell your friends and family and make plans now to attend this exciting event - Monday, Labor Day, September 1 at 1pm CDT.

2 gallery previews:
Friday, August 29, 10am-6pm
Monday, Labor Day, day-of-sale, September 1st from 11am to 1pm. The auction will begin Monday afternoon at 1pm CDT.


3 easy ways to bid: live, by absentee (written) bid, or live by telephone - you don't have to be at the auction to bid!

This auction will be held at Vogt Auction House at 2415 Boardwalk St. in San Antonio (map & directions). Auction open to the public - no entry fee. Free WiFi in gallery. Concessions available on-site. 13% buyer's premium added to all purchases. Auction conducted under TX license #7825.

Do you have quality estate pieces you are thinking about selling? Call us first - we can tell you what you have and give you a free informal appraisal. We'll tell you if your piece is a good candidate for auction, or if eBay, Craigslist, an estate tag sale or another venue would be a better place to sell your items. Call Rob Vogt anytime 24/7 at 210-865-VOGT (8648) or email rob@vogtauction.com. We accept one piece up to entire estates.

Now accepting consignments for upcoming auctions including:
The Texas Hill Country Ranch Auction - fine Texas art & Western decor - September 14, 2014.


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