Choose the Auction you might want to visit. Please feel free to click into their web sites below, when available. One of your best sources for local auction notices is the Syracuse Post Standard Classified section.
Brzostek’s Auction Service
80 Smokey Hollow Road, Suite 3
Baldwinsville, NY 13027
315-678-2542; 315-447-5177 (Bernie’s cell)
Brzostek’s Auction Service Inc. & Brzostek’s Real Estate Auction Co., Inc. are nationally recognized, award winning auction services with extensive experience in the sale of personal property & real estate in New York State.
Brewerton (North of Syracuse)
PO Box 736
Brewerton, NY 13029
Auctioneer: Gerald A. Petro 315-561-9777 (cell) or 315-668-2346 (office)
One of C.N.Y. leading Auction Co., est. 1971.
Cerenna’s Auction Service
2111 Brewerton Road (Rt. 11) .. location of Cerenna’s Antiques & Home Furnishings,
Mattydale, NY 13211; opened Thur. & Fri., 10-5; Sat., 10-2.
315-454-5543; 315-440-6330 (cell)
Auctioneer: Ed McCarty II, with the help of his family.
Watch notices in the Post Standard. Better yet, attend an auction and get on his mailing list, and get a personal invitation to every auction. 10% Buyers Premium.
Mostly On-Site Estate Sales (trying to retire)
Paul Birchmeyer Auction Service
Please click his name above to get the latest scoop.
AuctionZip Auctioneer ID # 3828
Paul has been in the auction business specializing in antiques & appraisals for over 25 years. He is bonded and insured and is a certified appraiser and auctioneer. 10% Buyers Premium, food available, cash, checks accepted with proper ID, Visa, MC, Discover.
Mohawk Arms Militaria Auctions
@ Indian Opening Antiques
Bouckville, NY 13310
Mohawk Arms Inc. is one of the oldest established dealer/auction houses in the United States. We have been in business for over 45 years and are known to militaria collectors on a world-wide basis. Our customers include museums, the professional investor, serious collectors of historical artifacts, historians, casual collectors and the beginning collector. We take pride in offering original material and correct historical identifications
Marathon (South of Syracuse)
Marathon Auction Sales & Services
Jerry A. Wilcox & Thomas Carman
980 Rte. 11 North
Marathon, NY 13803
607-849-4200 or 607-849-6305
Feel free to click the auction name above, for hyperlink the their web site.
Cato (West of Syracuse)
Bostwick Auctions & Gallery
Located on State Route 96 (Owego Rd), a state road that links Owego and Ithaca (NY) in the tiny town of Catatonk (Candor’s Zip 13743), NY about 3 miles north of Owego and approximately 25 miles south of Ithaca. 607-659-4842
From Syracuse, they suggest taking Rte 81S to the Cortland/Homer Exit. Go to the end of the long ramp & go left. Stay on that road all the way to Owego you will go maybe 45 miles. (That road will change names & Rte numbers, but will ultimately be Rte 38S). When you get to the very edge of Owego you’ll come to a light with a bridge to your right. Go right & cross the bridge (Towards Ithaca), we’ll be about 3.5 miles on your right.
Their web site (click name above) provides information about all auctions, with a plethora of pictures. Local lodging is also recommended. Note, Kim, serves wonderful sandwiches, salads, fried food, and a dinner special, serves breakfast for early auctions.
Crossroads Auction Center –
.. does not support other local antique related businesses by advertising in the Greater Syracuse Antiques Guide, published each year by Tom Miller, owner of Serendipity: Antiques, Artwork & Goodies in N. Syracuse. Tom also owns and maintains this web site for those that advertise in the “Guide”, and for many who do not. In the desire to support the Crossroads Auction Center business, in spite of their decision not to join the community of antique businesses, they are included on this page of the web site. You will have to look for a hyperlink to their web site elsewhere.
If you advertise in the “Guide”, I urge you to encourage Crossroads to consider advertising next year. They should support the antique dealers in the area by sharing advertising expenses. Dealers attend the auctions, bid against each other and the public, and help Crossroads survive.
Please let the business you call, email or visit know you found them at “www.cnyAntiques.com“.
If you are in a business which a typical antiques person might find useful or interesting, and wish to advertise here, contact Tom via Serendipity@CentralNY.twcbc.com (store, best) or TomMiller@twcny.rr.com (home).
If you found an area that needs attention, I’d appreciate an email. Encouraging emails are always appreciated!
Thanks for visiting. Happy Trails.