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Our 5 Steps Cover Every Home Or Estate Need

1. Appraisals

Fair market value and insurance value appraisals

2. Family Disbursement

Family members receive items designated for them

3. Auction

We bring your saleable items to our well promoted and attended auctions. Our professional staff handles your items with care. From valuable antiques to everyday household items – we sell it all!

4. Donated Items

We will help you take care of items that will not sell at auction by donating them to a worthy cause.

5. Broom Clean

As an added service for you, we can empty the home, leaving it broom clean and ready to attract realtors and buyers

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Estate Auction Every Thursday at 7pm

Future Auctions and Events Schedule:


5:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Early Bird Auction
Rare & Collectible Coins Auction
Estate Auction

Thursday September 11th,


5:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Early Bird Auction
Estate Auction

Thursday September 18th,


5:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Early Bird Auction
Estate Auction

Thursday September 25th,


5:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Early Bird Auction
Estate Auction

Sunday September 28th,


12:00 p.m.

Live & Online Major Estate Auction
Sunday Preview - 10:00 a.m.
Saturday Preview - Noon - 4:00 p.m.

Highlights of September 4th's Auction! "3" Auctions Tonight

5:30 p.m. Early Bird Auction Highlights:

Early Bird Auction - Hot tub, lots of furniture, collectibles, box lots, table lots, tools, , etc...

6:00 p.m. Rare and Collectible Coins Auction Highlights:

Rare and Collectible Coins Auction: 20th century type coins collection, last of the 90% U.S. coins collection, Indian head pennies, wheat pennies, Liberty V nickels, 1937D 3 legged buffalo nickel, mixed Jefferson nickel lot, 1942 to 1945 nickels, (2) 1913S buffalo nickels type 1’s, Barber dimes, Mercury dimes, Roosevelt dimes, Barber quarters, standing Liberty quarters, Washington quarters, Barber half dollars, walking Liberty half dollars including 1945,1946 and 1947 in XF condition, Franklin half dollars, 1964 Kennedy half dollars, 1966 – 1968 40% silver Kennedy half dollars, 1925 Stone Mountain half dollar, 1946 Booker T Washington half dollar, 1878 Carson City Morgan dollar, (3) 1878 Morgans (2 w/S mint), (3) 1879 Morgans, (3) 1884 Morgans (1 w/an ”O”), more Morgans including 1882, (2) 1885 (1 w/ an “O”), (6) 1888 (3 w/an “O”), 1889 O, 1891, (3) 1890 (1 w/”S” & 1 w/”O”), 1898, 1897 “O”, 1899 “O”, 1900 “O”, 1902, 1921, 1921 “D”, dimes including 1834, 1839, 1840 “O”, 1875 & 1883, 1976 Bicentennial 3-coin silver proof set, (3) 1966 & (1) 1967 Special US Mint sets,  tokens, 1973 Panamanian 20 Balboa, (3) 1 oz. silver bars & (6) proof coins, (2) large lots of  foreign coins, paper money including (2) 1928 silver certificates, (1) 1928 Federal Reserve note, (13) $1.00 silver certificates, 1955 $5.00 bill, (4) $2.00 red seals, )1) 1976 $2.00, (2) 1963 $1.00 bills, (3) $10.00 Federal Reserve notes (  1-NY & 2 San Francisco ), 1914 Cleveland $1.00 Federal Reserve note, 1913 $10.00 Federal Reserve note (NY), Roosevelt dimes ($49.40 face value), Mercury dimes ($12.20 face value), Buffalo nickels ($2.00 face value), (2) lots of Washington quarters ($50.00 face value), Washington and Standing Liberty quarters ($12.75 face value, half dollars pre ’64 ($8.00 face value), 1965 – 1969 half dollars ($2.00 face value), (2) lots of post 1970 half dollars ($50.00 & 28.50 face value), a HUGE lot of wheat pennies, $2.00 bills.

7:00 p.m. Estate Auction Highlights:

7:00 p.m. Estate Vehicles: 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser 4X4, VIN JTEBU11F770030883, with 204,790 miles. ~ 2004 Haulmark utility trailer, VIN 16HCB10184P038814. ~ Harley Davidson motorcycle to be sold as a “parts only” bike.

Estate Auction - Antique 2 part mahogany Linen closet, benches, L.L. Bean Furniture, This End Up Furniture, Hitchcock chairs, Bedroom set with heavily carved scenic panels,  listed estate artwork to include- “Lions Pride” Lithograph pencil signed by Leroy Neiman, Keith de Carlo lithos Deer 147/275 and the Bull 147/375, “2” lithos signed Hoi, “Marlena” artist proof by Alan Bonnefoit, Sunol Alvar Litho, Sunol Alvar Matador bust, “6” Pennsylvania engravings by E.T. Scowcroft, Maryanne Maier painting, Mary Golay  semi-nude lady with birds lithograph, etc, etc, collection of  Royal Doulton Flambe porcelain cats (1 model Alan Maslankowski designer), framed Gucci scarf, Yamaha F-335 acoustic guitar, matched pair of  large cast cherub lamps with drop prisms, early quilts, “2” Maxfield Parrish books, estate home décor, “3” jackets- Marlboro Country Store, Harley Davidson, and Warner Bros., collectibles, cook books, records, costume jewelry, Brighton watch, etc, etc, come join the fun!

From Fine Antiques To Everyday Items

“Anyone can sell a $10,000 piece of fine art for you but we’ll help you with all your items regardless of value.” – Patrick Soucy, Owner, Golden Gavel Auctions, LLC


Why Choose Golden Gavel Auctions?

Golden Gavel Auctions is one of the few full-time, licensed, bonded and insured auction houses in Connecticut
Member, The National Auctioneer Association
Member, Certified Appraiser Guild of America
Member, Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) certified appraisers

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Connecticut's premiere estate and antiques auction house, Golden Gavel Auctions!