J. James Auctioneers & Appraisers is a professional antiques and estate auction company located in beautiful and historic Plymouth, Massachusetts. Our events are always free and open to the general public and offer a diverse array of quality antiques, fine art and collectibles for sale to the highest bidder. We conduct regular General Art & Antiques Auctions, Specialty Auctions, and Charity & Benefit events. Our auctions offer consignors the best venue to maximize their return on single items of value to entire estates through competitive live bidding, and internet bidding; yielding optimal results. We believe in building partnerships with our customers based on integrity and impeccable service. By working closely to meet the needs of each client, we achieve our goal of a positive experience for both consignors and buyers. We welcome you to join us for an evening out, to experience the excitement of a live auction. Please call us to schedule an appointment at our office or in your home for a free appraisal and auction evaluation.
J. James Auctioneers & Appraisers is honored to present the “Mayflower Society Collection”, to be offered for sale at auction November 8th , 2014. This auction is a select museum deaccession of pieces currently displayed at The Mayflower Society House, built in 1754 by Edward Winslow, in historic Plymouth Massachusetts. The collection contains a diverse array of rare and unique items including important 17th and 18th Century American Furniture, Art , Books , Documents, Artifacts and Americana. The sale will offer antiques spanning the globe and over three centuries of our history, including many pieces with local provenance, closely tied to generations of Pilgrim descendants and their families. The collection itself began with the first acquisition in 1946 and grew over the ensuing fifty years. Everything offered in this sale is new to market and represents a wonderful and rare opportunity. Proceeds will benefit the Mayflower Society and aid their ongoing mission to preserve the Pilgrim legacy.
The Mayflower Society Collection, November 8, 2014