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Brooks Bob Auctioneer

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Delsea Dr, Malaga, NJ 08328
http://www.bobbrooksauction.com
(856) 694-2960
 
I get that question at least once a day. Someone calls in and says "I have some stuff I want to get rid of and I was recommended to come here... but what is it that you do?" The short answer is easy. "We sell everything at absolute auction to the high...read more
I get that question at least once a day. Someone calls in and says "I have some stuff I want to get rid of and I was recommended to come here... but what is it that you do?" The short answer is easy. "We sell everything at absolute auction to the highest bidder." Now that may be easy to understand to someone who has been to auctions before, but maybe not to your average person. Our main business is estate auctions. When someone passes away the family needs to dispose of the items in that persons home. Rather than having a yard sale or giving it away, the family calls us. We take a look at the items the family is looking to get rid of and we tell them if auction is the appropriate way to go or not. One thing I tell people is that since we do mostly estate work, anything that you would find in a house, you will eventually find here. Anything. From 18th century furniture, to pots and pans, tools, collectibles, vehicles, jewelry, and everything in between. We get it all. So don't be afraid to come out and see what we have. We won't sell you something that you didn't want if you scratch your nose. And you just might find a few things that you can't live without. Since our beginning in 1966, many articles have been written pertaining to memorable sales which had historic interest to the Southern New Jersey area. The Philadelphia Inquirer, Atlantic City Press, Salem Sunbeam (now Salem Newspapers), Wilmington Journal, Woodbury Times (now Gloucester Co. Times), and many trade papers including the Antique Trader, Antique News, and the Newtown Bee have all published articles. We have included articles from our most notable sales from the 1980's and 1990's. Our first sale, trading as Brooks Brothers, was held in June of 1966. Around 1964, Ray "Pop" Schmier left his favorite watering hole, The Franklin Inn in Franklinville N.J. Heading west on Rt. 538 toward Swedesboro N.J. he failed to negotiate "Dead Mans Curve" at the edge of town, he hit a tree and was killed. His distraught wife Elizabeth remained in New Jersey until deciding to move west to live with her sister. In June of 1966 we received the front door key from Elizabeth to her home in the mail. Included with the key was a message that said "Please sell the furniture and send me a check." Since that first sale, we have held nearly 2500 estate, personal property and business auctions. We opened our first consignment business in Elmer N.J. in 1968. The trade name Elmer Auction was sold in 1981 before we moved to our new and present facility in 1982. Over the past 40 years an estimated 7000 estates and businesses have been liquidated and approximately 28,000 personal properties and consignments and well over 1,000,000 articles have been sold. Will be updated, check back soon to see more scans of articles and other items from our past. Bob Brooks Auction Sales Annual Columbus Day Sale Monday October 12, 2009 Starting at 7:30 AM 3 auctioneers will be selling simultaneously Located Rt. 47, Malaga, New Jersey 1 mile North of Rt. 40 & 47 intersection Numerous estates and collections of 18th and 19th century furniture, glass, china, toys and decorative arts from the Southern New Jersey and surrounding areas. Featuring the remaining contents from the estate of Polly Williams of historic Cape May Point, New Jersey. Mrs. Williams has been a prolific antique enthusiast and collector most of her life focusing on American country furniture and decorative arts. Highlights Include: ANTIQUE FURNITURE: walnut Chippendale walnut slant front desk-Central PA c.1780, Hepplewhite 4 drawer chest, pine open face pewter hutch, exceptional raised pane 4door grain painted linen press c.1820, pine tapered leg work table in original red paint, bowed drop leaf table ball and claw foot, pine turned leg work table c.1850, primitive single door base cabinet c.1835, pine Chippendale blanket chest-3 drawers c. 1790, pine blanket chest in early green paint, mahogany1 and 2 d
 
 

Business Details

Category

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Antique Dealers

Hours of Operation

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  • Mon 08:00 AM-04:00 PM
  • Tue 08:00 AM-04:00 PM
  • Wed 08:00 AM-04:00 PM
  • Thu 08:00 AM-04:00 PM
  • Fri 08:00 AM-04:00 PM

Brands

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  • 2 drawer spool cabinet
  • 4 drawer shaving mirror
  • bronze figures
  • cloisonné shelf clock
  • few decoys
  • More
  • fine cherry slant top candle box
  • Hires Root Beer barrel
  • open top pine cradles
  • oriental throw rugs
  • several splint baskets
  • spoon racks
  • Tom Szwech shore birds
  • Less

Payment Options

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  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • VISA

Customers Served

  • Residential, Commercial

Emergency Service

  • Emergency service available

Ownership

  • Family Owned

Products & Services

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  • After successfully opening our doors in 1968 our auction and estate services have progressed to the point of being a complete auction company - from the initial estate or personal property appraisal through the auction process to the final premise clean- out. In this period we have completed over 2, 000 estate, personal property, business and farm sales. We conduct sales for serveral area banks and most area attorneys on a regular basisOur competent proffesional help is involved in all aspects of the auction and their knowledge and interest greatly assist in obtaining the highest possible prices for your merchandise. Our advertising by mailing list, news or trade paper, email, or website has produced a buying clientele as good as any in the area.Specializing in 18th, 19th, and early 20th century antiques and decorative arts, as well as quality household, tools, and appliances
  • Antique & Classic Cars
  • Antiques
  • Appraisals
  • Art
  • More
  • Bronze
  • Collectibles
  • Estates
  • Furniture
  • Glassware
  • Jewelry
  • Office Furniture
  • Oriental Art
  • Packing & Moving
  • Photography
  • Porcelain
  • Silver
  • Tools
  • Less

Specialties

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  • USED FURNITURE: carved French design china cabinet, cherry end and coffee tables, cherry hutch, oak roll top desk, cherry harvest table, contemporary bedroom sets, upholstered sofas and sofa beds, lift chairs, dining room and kitchen sets, etcACCESSORIES: Newfield Wood and Coal Company sign and clock, oak wall telephone, brass bed warmer, Sterling flatware, RCA mahogany victrola, stereo optican and cards, postcards, General Store Sign, wood “Snow Plane” sled in original paint, 1899 Oregon sled, 1930’s doll house, paint decorated grain bin, several splint baskets, decorated stoneware including 2 and 3 decorated crocks and jugs, signed Williams New Geneva PA, 2 slipware pie plates, 2 redware pitchers, yellowware mixing bowls and colander, miniature decorated yellowware potty, 2 Mocha pitcher and mug, redware crocks and turks heads, cast muffin tins, chocolate molds, 2 early band boxes, early “Public House” sign with bracket, Tramp Art box, Victorian doll carriage, several early quilts including child’s Amish quilt, blue- white scalloped, red- white quilts, 1868 Rogers Group “The Council of War”, 1866 Lithograph horse race Toronto Chief- Gen. Butler and Daxter, Victorian albums and images, Nutting Prints, 2 Victorian glass domes, mahogany field desk brass eagle weather vane, advertising penny tray, leather traveling desk c.1825, memory jug (applied RR. Pins, train badges, decorated coral, etc. 1933) Victorian shelf clocks, few instruments including Gibson electric guitar, violins,

Additional Information

  • Seller and Buyer Info Sales are held at our 1085 Delsea Drive, Malaga location, 1 mile North of Rt. 40 and Rt. 47 intersection, when advertised, all year long. Sales are held every three to four weeks... More Seller and Buyer Info Sales are held at our 1085 Delsea Drive, Malaga location, 1 mile North of Rt. 40 and Rt. 47 intersection, when advertised, all year long. Sales are held every three to four weeks on Monday mornings at 8 AM. On premise sales (household, estate, farm, or business) are held when advertised, usually on Saturdays. All sales are held regardless of weather conditions. Gift Certificates Available Handicap Accessible Parking for 200 Vehicles Advertising: Newspaper ads are included in Gloucester County Times, Bridgeton News, Salem Sunbeam, Atlantic City Press, Antique Week, Antique News, Antique Trader, Antique and Arts Weekly and other trade papers when applicable. Our mailing and e-mail list has been developed over the last 30 years and includes an extensive list of antique dealers and collectors, farm and equipment dealers, landscapers and various other categories. Hauling: Hauling is available for all estate and personal property removals - any quantity and almost any distance. We assume all responsibility for packing, loading, and transportation. Hours We Accept Merchandise Appointments are requested Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 4 PM and Saturday 9AM to Noon. After hours by appointment. Sale Commision At our Malaga facility Merchandise delivered:**UPDATED: Active as of December 16th 2008** 15% commission charged for items delievered. Merchandise delivered strictly for the outside portion of the sale will be chargeLess

In Business Since

  • 1966
  • Insured

Areas Served

  • Camden , Burlington, Cumberland and Gloucester
 

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I get that question at least once a day. Someone calls in and says "I have some stuff I want to get rid of and I was recommended to come here... but what is it that you do?" The short answer is easy. "We sell everything at absolute auction to the highest bidder." Now that may be easy to understand to someone who has been to auctions before, but maybe not to your average person. Our main business is estate auctions. When someone passes away the family needs to dispose of the items in that persons home. Rather than having a yard sale or giving it away, the family calls us. We take a look at the items the family is looking to get rid of and we tell them if auction is the appropriate way to go or not. One thing I tell people is that since we do mostly estate work, anything that you would find in a house, you will eventually find here. Anything. From 18th century furniture, to pots and pans, tools, collectibles, vehicles, jewelry, and everything in between. We get it all. So don't be afraid to come out and see what we have. We won't sell you something that you didn't want if you scratch your nose. And you just might find a few things that you can't live without. Since our beginning in 1966, many articles have been written pertaining to memorable sales which had historic interest to the Southern New Jersey area. The Philadelphia Inquirer, Atlantic City Press, Salem Sunbeam (now Salem Newspapers), Wilmington Journal, Woodbury Times (now Gloucester Co. Times), and many trade papers including the Antique Trader, Antique News, and the Newtown Bee have all published articles. We have included articles from our most notable sales from the 1980's and 1990's. Our first sale, trading as Brooks Brothers, was held in June of 1966. Around 1964, Ray "Pop" Schmier left his favorite watering hole, The Franklin Inn in Franklinville N.J. Heading west on Rt. 538 toward Swedesboro N.J. he failed to negotiate "Dead Mans Curve" at the edge of town, he hit a tree and was killed. His distraught wife Elizabeth remained in New Jersey until deciding to move west to live with her sister. In June of 1966 we received the front door key from Elizabeth to her home in the mail. Included with the key was a message that said "Please sell the furniture and send me a check." Since that first sale, we have held nearly 2500 estate, personal property and business auctions. We opened our first consignment business in Elmer N.J. in 1968. The trade name Elmer Auction was sold in 1981 before we moved to our new and present facility in 1982. Over the past 40 years an estimated 7000 estates and businesses have been liquidated and approximately 28,000 personal properties and consignments and well over 1,000,000 articles have been sold. Will be updated, check back soon to see more scans of articles and other items from our past. Bob Brooks Auction Sales Annual Columbus Day Sale Monday October 12, 2009 Starting at 7:30 AM 3 auctioneers will be selling simultaneously Located Rt. 47, Malaga, New Jersey 1 mile North of Rt. 40 & 47 intersection Numerous estates and collections of 18th and 19th century furniture, glass, china, toys and decorative arts from the Southern New Jersey and surrounding areas. Featuring the remaining contents from the estate of Polly Williams of historic Cape May Point, New Jersey. Mrs. Williams has been a prolific antique enthusiast and collector most of her life focusing on American country furniture and decorative arts. Highlights Include: ANTIQUE FURNITURE: walnut Chippendale walnut slant front desk-Central PA c.1780, Hepplewhite 4 drawer chest, pine open face pewter hutch, exceptional raised pane 4door grain painted linen press c.1820, pine tapered leg work table in original red paint, bowed drop leaf table ball and claw foot, pine turned leg work table c.1850, primitive single door base cabinet c.1835, pine Chippendale blanket chest-3 drawers c. 1790, pine blanket chest in early green paint, mahogany1 and 2 d