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19th Century French Blackamoor Clock
19th Century French Blackamoor Clock

Sold at Auction! $23000.00

Flannery’s Auction & Estate Services has been helping clients sell their estates since 2002. Our auction house is located in Pine Bush, New York, which has been functioning as an auction house for over thirty years.

We know how overwhelming it can be when going through the process of settling an estate. Our certified appraisers have the experience, knowledge and all the tools required to quickly identify the value of your items to help you through the process. read more »


Upcoming Auctions

Outstanding Antiques & Estate Auction

Preview Friday 4pm-7PM & Saturday 12pm til Sale

Two Massive Collector Estates from Queen's Village & Elmwood Park, NJ. 

 

Live On-Site Auction

Begins:  Saturday, March 07, 2015 at 4:00 PM EST
Location:
26 Recreation Park Rd.
Pine Bush, NY 12566

Important Civil War Book Auction

Saturday March 14th,2015 10am

An Important Civil War Book Collection comprising of rare 1st edition and limited printed Confederate and Union books, manuscripts and Ephemera. A Single Estate Liquidation being known to have the best Private Confederate Book Collection in the U.S.

Live On-Site Auction with Online Bidding

Begins:  Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 10:00 AM EDT
Location:
26 Recreation Park Rd.
Pine Bush, NY 12566
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Flannery’s Appraisal and Auction Service was recommended to me by a friend when I was appointed executrix of a large estate. From my first meeting with Marianne and her team, and throughout the subsequent meetings(there were many), everyone was very
2014-06-04T18:46:06-04:00
Flannery’s Appraisal and Auction Service was recommended to me by a friend when I was appointed executrix of a large estate. From my first meeting with Marianne and her team, and throughout the subsequent meetings(there were many), everyone was very