Rumors of my death are greatly exagerated – Mark Twain
The above Mark Twain quote is one of my favorites and I’ve wanted to use it for a long time. I’ve never had a reason to do so – until now.
Recently you may have heard that Cape Ann Auction was going out of business. Let me put those rumors to bed.
Cape Ann Auction is NOT going out of business.
Far from it!
Last August we opened the Cape Ann Auction Emporium at 8 Lexington Ave in Magnolia.
That store has been very busy. As many happy customers will attest we are stocked with a lot of great treasures and all prices have room for dealers to make $
Between the store and the many house-calls we’ve had for buying merch., it’s been necessary to slow down our schedule for auctions & other events.
At any given time we may announce an auction, but the growth of the store is demanding all of our energy right now.
It looks like we’ll be expanding to a bigger space next door to #6 Magnolia Ave! More on that as it develops.
The sites will be more interactive with planned special events at the store!
What’s New in the Store?
We’ve recently acquired a nice selection of fine art:
We have 8 of these large hand-carved panels by a Russian artist.
What can we do for you?
Do you want to sell your quality items?
We just sold this Guy Bardone ($2,000) for a client and we can help you sell your fine art too!
Something for everyone!
We do have plenty of bargain price deals such as our
“All for One Price Outdoor Sale Table”
Right now, we have dozens of antiques & collectibles on that table at $3.00 each or 2/$5.00
We would GREATLY appreciate it if you could help us out and spread the word on Facebook, Twitter, OTB, email,… carrier pigeon.
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