Welcome to Central Mass Auctions
Our Services Include
Antique auctions are a proven method to get the most for your valuables. We regularly run antique auctions full of estate fresh antiques and collectibles. Strong buyers from Boston, Providence and New York attend our Worcester, MA location. We also run on-site auctions throughout Massachusetts and New England.
An estate sale sometimes is a better way to sell items than auctioning them. We have realized stronger prices for contemporary items, fine furnishings and even some antiques and collectibles at an estate sale. We have conducted estate sales throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Tag sales aren't limited to selling estate contents. Clients who are downsizing, moving or making other life transitions may find an estate sale best serves their needs.
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Estate And Insurance Appraisals Of Personal Property
Attorneys, Financial Advisors, Insurance Agents and Estate Personal Representatives (formerly known as Executors) contact us when they need an appraisal. We hold GPPA (General Personal Property Appraiser) credentials from the National Auctioneers Association. Our appraisals meet U.S.P.A.P. (Universal Standards of Professional Appraisals Practice) criteria.
Online Estate Auctions
An online estate auction is often a great method to sell the contents of an estate or when downsizing or moving. It offers many of the benefits of an estate sale along with the benefits of an auction. This is a great option for sales in remote locations, when items that are too large to move to an auction hall and for other special circumstances.
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Latest News from the Blog
Recent Antique and Collectible Finds
It can make national news when someone pays a small amount at a yard sale or thrift shop for something that turns out to be very valuable. A past column about antique finds generated a lot of intere
Antiques and Collectibles as Investments
Common advice for antique collectors is to buy what you like and not to consider your purchase as an investment. Some recent reports may now have people rethinking that. An NBC News report at the end