April Online General Estate Auction: Apr. 4-11, 2021


Online Bidding begins to close Sunday, Apr. 11 @ 7 pm (EDT)

Featuring items from several estates in Western Massachusetts, including furniture, decoratives, antiques, artwork, bicycles, lamps, ceramics and glassware, flatware, costume jewelry, carpets, antiques, books, toys and more!

Live Previews Available:
Drop by to see auction lots in person at our auction hall at 140 Pine Street, Florence, MA 01062 on the following dates & times:

   Saturday, April 10:    10am – 5pm
   Sunday, April 11:      10am – 5pm

Click here for a quick tutorial on how to bid online
Click here to see the online auction catalog and to bid online!

April General Estate Auction Highlights:


Metal bread rack; glass-topped tables (various sizes); small stenciled folk-art wooden chest; bureaus; nightstands; wooden bed frames (various sizes); stenciled wooden Hitchcock nightstand/end table; magazine racks; occasional tables; wooden kitchen chairs; upholstered chairs; recliners; kitchen set with lighted hutch, tile-top table with two extension leaves, and 6 chairs; embroidered footstool; plastic kitchen utility stool; wooden country sideboard; stenciled wooden Hitchcock kitchen set with table, two extension leaves, glass table cover, and two chairs; upholstered love seat with decorative wood edging; mid-century modern kitchen set with large table and leather chairs; small wooden desk; upholstered bar stools; Asian & Persian-style carpets and runners; etc..


Sony 52” flat-screen television; 19” Toshiba countertop flat-screen television; Polish pottery; ceramic platters (including a Williams & Sonoma); Lenox pole lamps and table lamps; vintage slag-glass table lamp; hurricane-style glass table lamps; various-size metal, wood, and ceramic table lamps; Fiestaware kitchen set; stainless steel and silver plate flatware (various makers); antique bottles; round wooden cribbage board; small Haviland Limoge teapot; copper saucepans; copper mixing bowls; vintage enameled purses and beaded clutch bags; faux alligator bags; lead glass crystal stemware from Longchamp Cristal D’Arques (some new in box); vases; ceramic ginger jar; 10-gallon fermenting crock; etc.


Antique White treadle sewing machine; antique Singer treadle sewing machine; costume jewelry; 18-inch long 14k gold necklace; Mystic Topaz ring (size 7 ¼) and matching necklace (new in box); boxes of scissors & sewing notions; lithographs of original oil on board by Tusnelda Sanders; Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz signed by the artist; original Chandra Johan acrylic on canvas; wood-framed mirrors; abstract horse print; Carl Russel framed seascape, etc.


KHS TC100 Step-Thru 10-speed bike with bell; Trek Lexa 16-speed racing bike (100 Series); tennis racquets; assorted jigsaw puzzles; children’s books (picture books through young adult); early edition of The Yearling by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings; Nintendo Wii console (model RVL001) with 19 games; Lesney “Guy Warrior” toy car transporter and “Days Gone By” toy double-decker bus made in England; Hess collectible trucks; Roy Rogers & Trigger cowboy toys; paper dolls; Barbie & Ken stand-up paper dolls; Gilbert & Sullivan music treasury; U.S. & international souvenir spoons; etc.

Click here to see the online auction catalog and to bid online!

Online Auction FAQ:

How do your online auctions work?
Just go to and check out the photos & descriptions in the online catalog. If you see something you like register for the auction and place your bids! Bidding in our online auctions is typically open for a week. Auction registration is free.

How long can I bid?
Right up to the last minute! When it’s time for the auction to close (see time & date above), lots close at one minute intervals. If you are on the site and logged in, you can pop in last minute bids. If someone bids during the one-minute “countdown to close” for a lot, the clock gets reset and the final minute starts again.  If it looks like you might be outbid on a lot you want, you can pop in a new bid to regain the high bidder spot. Closings can be very exciting (and a lot of fun. You can bid during the week or join the bidding frenzy at the close on our website (

How do I know if I won or lost a lot?
The morning after the online auction ends, we’ll email you to let you know if you won or lost. If you are a winning bidder, we’ll also send you an invoice.

If I win, how do I get my stuff?
If you are a winning bidder, the email we send with your invoice will include all the information you need to pay for your items and either pick them up or arrange for shipping.

Give one of our online auctions a try! You’ll love it!

Terms of sale: 

Each item for sale is sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS. All sales are final. We have made every attempt to describe each item as accurately as possible. We are not responsible for errors or omissions. A 15% Buyer’s Premium is applied to all purchases. 6.25% MA sales tax. Tax exempt buyers must provide their resale certificate/tax exempt number when obtaining a bidder’s number. Payment must be made in U.S. dollars. We accept cash, checks, and most major credit cards. We cannot accept wire transfers, but we offer online payment options (e.g., Square, PayPal). Arrangements to pay for auction lots and to either pick them up in person or ship them must be made within 5 business days after the end of the auction. For items that require shipping, shipping arrangements must be made separately after payment has been received for auction lots.Buyers may pay at pickup with prior approval from RBA.

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