Gallery Auction: 11-21-19

Gallery Auction with Trains: 11-21-19

Live at Alderfer Auction. Antiques; The George H. Owen Jr. Estate featuring A Collection of Pre-War and Post-War Trains; Furnishings; Collectibles; China; Glassware; Artwork; 1950 McCormick Farmall Cub Tractor with Brush Hog Cutting Deck; Troy-Bilt Mustang Zero Turn Mower with 50" Deck; Troy-Bilt Garden Tiller. Collectibles to include Official American League Baseball with approximately 19 signatures. Notable examples appear to include Brooks Robinson, Thurman Munson, Al Kaline, Luis Tiant, Dick Williams, and John Mayberry; Candy molds from the Shelly Candy Co.; Avenue 501 Live & Online Items Feature Curated Selections from our Gallery Auction.  Paper Dolls will be sold Live and Online in our Studio at 12:00 PM. See separate listing for details.

Live at Alderfer Auction.


Preview: Tuesday, November 19th and Wednesday, November 20th from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM; 8:00 AM Day of Auction.




Order of Auction: (all times approximate)



9:00 AM China, Glassware, Artwork


Third Ring:

9:00 AM: Jewelry followed by Box Groupings



10:30 AM: Trains

12:00 PM: Live and Online Paper Dolls followed by Offline Paper Dolls


Avenue 501:  

9:00 AM Live and Online Curated Items – (Furniture and Rugs), followed by decorative Items to be sold in the Gallery.  Offline furniture follows online items.




China and glass including Limoges, Pickard, Wedgwood,  portrait plates, tea sets and a teacup collection, Majolica, Fiesta, Crown Ducal, Adams, Capodimonte, Dresden,  Lenox, luster, Belleek, Tiffany Christmas plate, Delft, parian pieces, and more.Sets and groupings including Royal Doulton's the Romance, Copeland Spode Tower,  Wedgwood Colosseum, Franciscan, Blue Onion, gold rimmed Limoges, Minton, Royal Copenhagen, Spode Buttercup, Aynsley Cottage Garden, Meakin Medway and more.


Glass including cut glass, pressed glass, hobnail, depression glass, art glass, thumbprint, Bristol, satin glass, Bohemian glass, ruby glass, quilted glass, ribbon glass, enamel glass, cut to clear, Mary Gregory, souvenir, Murano art glass, paper weights, juice set, Waterford, silver overlay, and more.


Sterling including flatware set, tea sets, candle stands, coasters, fiddleback spoons, bread tray, iced tea spoons, clothes brush, Norman Rockwell plates and more. Silver Plate including large flatware set, plus flatware in a vertical flatware box, trays, serving pieces, punch bowl, wine coasters, pheasants, cocks and hens, ice bucket, shell dishes, candle stands, dreidels, and more. 


Orientalia including ginger jars, mudmen, foo dogs, deities, Buddhas, cloisonne, scrolls, rose medallion, lamps, and more.


Primitives including bone inlaid field desk, humidors, door stops, pewter and tinware, brass buckets, copper kettle, stools, candle boxes, cutlery trays, spools, butterers, cast iron toys, document boxes, sifter, quilts, inkwell, cow bell, bottles, large basket collection including beehive, bunt bottom, rye, and more. Primitive tool collection including drills, planes, sanders, screwdrivers, tongues and more.


Large collection of commemorative coins including U.S. mint Prestige sets, Eisenhower state dollar,  State Quarters, proof sets, presidential sets, uncirculated coin sets, Sterling dollars, Memorial coins, Bill of Right coins, anniversary coins, and more. Also a large collection of pop-up books including Christmas, the human body, and more. A collection of battersea boxes plus a

large collection of pottery including fish pieces, platters, frog, plus a large grouping of Hanselmann Pottery including dinner set, wines, casserole dishes, shakers, lamps, serving pieces and more. Collection of Hummels including photographer, mailman, waiter, little pharmacist, birthday, and more. Large train collection including American Flyer, Lionel, Atlas, Athearn, Tyco, Plasticville, Rail King, Williams, Walthers, Weaver, Faller, Merten, Kato, and more.


Artwork including watercolors, maps, oil on boards, metal wall sculptures, etchings,  pastels, leaded Glass panels, and more.


Also included postcards, die cuts, Candy Molds from the Shelly Candy Co., Waterman pens, maps of Bensalem and Southampton, wedding gown, samovar, and more.


Furniture including Bosch power tools stools, step back cabinet, high dresser, corner cabinet, long arm sofa, Victorian counter, train stove, rocker, columns, chairs and tables, school desk, coffee tables, Butler's table, drop leaf tables, sewing machine tables, blanket chest, clocks, including steeple clocks, gingerbread, regulator, cuckoo and more. Plus leather sofa, coat rack, drying rack, commode, horn footed ottoman, caned seats, advertising boxes, trunks, sleds, oriental rugs and more. 


The George H. Owen Jr. Estate featuring A Collection of Pre-War and Post-War Trains to include locomotives, box cars, cabooses, cranes, gondolas, hoppers, passenger cars, track cleaner, track and accessories.  Many with boxes.  Brands include Lionel, Rail King, K-line, Weaver, M.T.H., Williams, Mantua Tyco, Pocher and more.  O-Gauge, HO Gauge and N Gauge.  Large collection of train magazines and catalogs including Classic Toy, Williams, O-Gauge, Railroad Model, Model Railroader etc. Selected train lots will be sold Live and Online.


Pre-War includes Lionel 253 Peacock Engine, Lionel 608 Observation, 607 Pullman, Lionel Line 2654, Lionel light post #57, #58-19, #58, Lionel 397 Coal Loader, O gauge 270 Bridge, 313 Bascule Bridge and more.

Lionel No. 1045 Flagman, No. 45 Automatic Gateman, No. 165 Remote Control Crane, No. 394 Rotating Beacon, No. 362 Barrel Loader with barrels and original barrel box, No. 3562 Operating Barrel Car, No. 3656 Stockyard and more.

M.T.H. New Haven Single Coach ABS Passenger Car 8701 Ribbed, Rail King Operating Crane 30-7928, Rail King San Francisco PCC Car No. 30-2504-0, RMT- American Railroad Legends- Picatinny Arsenal 42, Weaver Atlantic 4-4-2, Rail King Union Pacific 10,000 Diesel Passenger Set, Williams New Haven Power A with Horn, EP101, EP-5.

Lionel K-4 Pacific 6-38089, Lionel 1665 New York Central 0-4-0 Steam Locomotive, Williams Semi-scale die cast GG-1 No. 41799, Rail King 4-6-2 Steam Locomotive, Rail King 4-6-2 Forty-Niner Steamer, Rail King Hiawatha Hudson Steam Engine 30-1127-1, Lionel 0-6-0 Dockside Switcher, Lionel 2343C Santa Fe FE F-3B Unit 6-18136

Command centers, Lionel people pack figures, Kits, scene building supply earth, snow, etc. die cast sprung trucks, decals

Louis Marx & Co. Water Tower, Atlas signal tower, Matchbox collectibles, Department 56 collectibles and more.



Avenue 501 Live & Online Items Feature Curated Selections from our Gallery Auction.


Paper Dolls will be sold Live and Online in our Studio at 12:00 PM. See separate listing for details.



Buyer's Premium:

Live - 15% (3% discount for cash or acceptable check). We accept all major credit cards.

Online - 20%


Terms & Conditions of Sale

Alderfer Auction, 501 Fairgrounds Road, Hatfield, PA 19440. 215.393.3000.

By bidding at Alderfer Auction whether it be live, online, onsite, absentee or phone bid, you agree to be bound by Alderfer Auction’s Terms & Conditions stated here forth. Addendum statements made day of auction take precedence over previously printed materials.


The validity and interpretation of any of the terms and provisions of this agreement or of the rights and duties of the parties under this agreement shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and venue of all proceedings shall occur in Montgomery County, PA.


1. Bidding Qualifications

Live Bidding

Buyers must register for a bidding number by giving name, address, phone number, and identification acceptable to us. Please show your bidder number to the auctioneer after each purchase you make.


The highest bidder shall be the buyer, and if any dispute arises between two or more bidders, the auctioneer shall decide the buyer or immediately put the item up for sale again. In the event of a tie between an online bidder and the floor bidder, the successful bidder will be at the Auctioneer’s discretion. The auctioneer’s decision will be binding and final.


Some lots are offered subject to a reserve, which is a confidential minimum price below which such a lot will not be sold. The record of sale, kept by the auctioneer and clerk, will be taken as absolute and final in all disputes.


Simulcast Bidding

Simulcast Auctions are conducted in front of a live audience. During these events each item presented in the auction is also available for bidding in an online venue hosted by a third party provider. While the auctioneer is receiving bids from an assembled audience, phone and absentee bidders, the auctioneer is also taking bids from bidders who are bidding through the third-party providers in real time or by advance bidding. Following the auction the successful bidders are notified and payment arrangements are made; applicable buyer’s premium applies.


At its discretion, Alderfer Auction may also accept bids from approved internet bidders. Alderfer Auction or any of its staff shall not be held responsible or liable for any human or technical bidding errors, or internet bidding system shutdowns that may occur.


Alderfer Online Only Bidding

Alderfer Auction sometimes uses the services of a third party auction platform for online bidding. Please refer to third party website for how to register and bid online. Buyer is responsible for all online bidding. Alderfer Auction cannot place bids for the buyer as the buyer must properly register and bid through the third party platform.


At its discretion, Alderfer Auction may also accept bids from approved internet bidders. Alderfer Auction or any of its staff shall not be held responsible or liable for any human or technical bidding errors, or internet bidding system shutdowns that may occur.


Absentee Bidding

For those unable to attend the auction, Alderfer Auction offers the absentee bid service as a convenience to our patrons. Alderfer Auction will not be held responsible for error or failure to execute the bid(s). Absentee bids must be in writing and a fifty dollar ($50) minimum bid is required per item.


Phone Bidding

Phone bids must be in writing. All phone bids are required to open at $250 or half of the published estimate (whichever is greater and no less than $250). We suggest that phone and absentee bids be made 24 hours in advance to allow time for processing.

  • Everyone leaving an absentee/phone bid must be willing to leave their credit card number to assure payment of a successful bid(s) is received by the end of the next day following an auction.
  • Illegible bid(s) will be disregarded.
  • Applicable sales tax will be added to the sales total unless a tax-exempt number is on file in our office by the day of the auction.
  • Applicable Buyer’s Premium will be added to each purchase.
  • All successful bid(s) requested to be shipped to the buyer will be sent by an in-house or third party shipper and billed by the shipper.
  • Buyer is responsible to make shipping arrangements.
  • Bids are executed in competition with the audience on an alternate basis. Due to uncertainties of bidding, a lot may sell to the audience for the same amount authorized by the absentee bid. To avoid this possibility, the absentee bidder may authorize Alderfer Auction to increase their bid by one increment by placing a (+) sign beside the bid price.
  • Merchandise is to be removed from the Auction Center within two weeks following the auction.
  • Storage fees: Any items left at the auction center for more than two weeks following the auction date will incur storage fees at a rate of $10.00 per lot, per week regardless of the size or value of the lot. Storage fees will begin on the 15th day regardless of payment status
  • Alderfer Auction offers the absentee/phone bid service as a convenience to our patrons who are unable to attend the auction.
  • Alderfer Auction will not be held responsible for error or failure to execute the bid.
  • All items are sold as is without warranty or guarantee.


Alderfer Auction shall have the right to accept absentee and phone bids for any items consigned for any particular auction. Alderfer Auction reserves the right not to execute any absentee bid at its discretion and to have no liability for any inadvertent failure to execute any such bids.


Bidding Increments for Live & Phone Bidding

Generally, bidding increments are made as follows although Auctioneer has the discretion and authority to change. Online bidding increments may vary, see each auction for details.


Minimum Maximum Bid Increment

Dollar Amount Dollar Amount

US $0 US $49 US $5

US $50 US $199 US $10

US $200 US $499 US $25

US $500 US $999 US $50

US $1,000 US $1,999 US $100

US $2,000 US $4,999 US $250

US $5,000 US $9,999 US $500

US $10,000 US $19,999 US $1,000

US $20,000 US $49,999 US $2,500

US $50,000 US $99,999 US $5,000

US $100,000 and above at Auctioneer’s discretion


For Example: When price is at $150, the next bid increment is $160. When price is $250, the next bid increment is $275. When the price is $500, the next accepted bid is $550.


2. Buyer’s Premium, Sales Tax & Payment

Applicable buyer’s premium is applied per auction. The hammer price, buyer’s premium and sales tax shall be added together to reach the total purchase price for an item. PA residents pay 6% sales tax unless a Tax Exempt Form is on file.


Acceptable forms of payments are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, PayPal (with the exception of Firearms, Militaria & Sporting Auctions), wire transfer, money order, cash and check.


Payments are due immediately upon purchase and before exiting the facility. Returned checks will be assessed a $35 charge for insufficient funds.


Successful online bidders, who bid through a third party online bidding platform, will be assessed a 5% surcharge. This charge offsets the fee collected by the third party platform. For more information regarding this charge please see third party website for terms.


3. Pick-Up and Shipping

Customer Responsibility Check List:

  • Payment
  • Pickup or Shipping Scheduling/Arrangements
  • Vehicle, Helpers, Packing Supplies
  • Review Terms

Alderfer Auction offers onsite shipping subject to limitations. Shipping, handling and insurance fees are additional to the total purchase price. Fees must be paid in advance by credit card. If you choose to ship your item, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS.


All lots must be removed from the premises of Alderfer Auction no later than 14 days after an auction.

If you choose to pick-up your lots at the Auction Center, our regular hours are Monday – Friday 8:00AM – 5:00PM. Please call 24 hours in advance to schedule a pick-up time. Packing materials are the responsibility of the purchaser.


Unpaid items still remaining at our auction center 30 calendar days after the auction date will be considered abandoned and will be consigned to a future auction without additional notice to the purchaser.


For Fine & Decorative Arts and Collector's please contact a third party shipper, Alderfer Auction does not ship extremely fragile items. In addition, Alderfer Auction does not have an export license so all international shipments valued at $2,500.00 or higher, including hammer price and buyer’s premium, must be shipped by a third party shipper.


Call or email to make shipping arrangements with the recommended shippers below or select your own:

Alderfer Auction

Shipping Department



Recommended third party shipping is available through:


The UPS Store

1250 Bethlehem Pike Suite S

Hatfield, PA 19440



For oversized items:


Craters and Freighters of Philadelphia

Phone: 215.234.8090

Toll Free: 866.397.0488


Vintage Transport



Alderfer Auction is not responsible for any damage or loss that occurs via a third party shipper.


Alderfer Auction may refuse shipping an item due to the size, weight, and fragile nature of certain items. We do not offer in-house shipping for: framed canvas paintings, glassware, statues/figurines made of glass, porcelain, or other breakable materials. We understand for some items there may be exceptions, however it is at the discretion of the shipping department to determine which items can be shipped and which items will require third-party shipping.


4. Warranty & Condition Reports

All announcements made on auction day shall take precedence over previously distributed information, print or electronic media.

All items are sold "AS-IS, where-is" with no warranty expressed or implied. Descriptions are believed to be accurate but not guaranteed. Please bid accordingly if you are uncertain of the condition or use of an item. Statements by Alderfer Auction regarding the condition of objects are for guidance only and should not be relied upon as statements of fact, and do not constitute a representation or assumption of liability by Alderfer Auction. Photographs may also be used to represent condition of an item.

While every effort is made to determine provenance, authenticity and condition, it is the responsibility of the Bidder to arrive at their own conclusion prior to bidding. Provenance and authenticity including attributions are guaranteed by neither the consignor nor Alderfer Auction.

Alderfer Auction strongly encourages bidders to personally inspect all lots. The Bidder should also review online descriptions, listings and/or catalogs to obtain necessary information. Bidders may contact Alderfer Auction for a condition report at Alderfer Auction will attempt to furnish one, but shall not be liable for failing to do so. All auction inquiries must be received a minimum of 48 hours prior to the start of the auction.

5. Estimates

Item estimates provided in print or electronic media are not a representation or a prediction of the hammer price that will be realized at auction, which may be substantially different from our original estimates. We shall not be liable for any discrepancies between our estimates and a price realized.


Any appraisal, estimate or opinion expressed by any principal or employee of Alderfer Auction, consultant to Alderfer Auction, or other person with respect to the anticipated auction price of any item or merchandise is a statement of opinion only and Alderfer Auction makes no guarantee, warranty or agreement with respect to the sale price of any item.

6. Artwork Authorship & Authenticity


  1. If we say "c." for circa, a certain date, then it was made within 25 years of that date.
  2. Measurements are given within 1" of actual size.
  3. Measurements are given height before width.
  4. WAF means With All Faults
  5. Alderfer Auction is not responsible for color variations in print and electronic media.
  6. Alderfer Auction is not responsible for typos in print and electronic media.
  7. Terms & Conditions may change frequently and without notice. Latest version of Terms & Conditions will always supersede any previous printed or online statements.


  1. Name of Artist- Indicates that the work, in our best judgment, is by the named artist.
  2. Attributed to- In our best judgment, the work may be by the artist.
  3. Circle of- In our best judgment, a work of the period of the artist and closely related to the artist's style.
  4. School of- In our best judgment, a work by a pupil or follower of the artist.
  5. After- In our best judgment, a copy of the known work of the artist.
  6. In the Manner of- This painting represents the style of the named artist but was painted at a later date; the authorship is unknown.



Signature- The signature, inscriptions and dates are transcribed in print as they appear and are located as follows:


SLL: Signed Lower Left

SLR: Signed Lower Right

SUL: Signed Upper Left

SUR: Signed Upper Right

SLC: Signed Lower Center

SUC: Signed Upper Center.

  1. If we state "signed" in our opinion, the signature is of the named artist.
  2. If we state "bears signature" in our opinion, the signature might be that of the artist, but we make no guarantee that the work is by the named artist.


7. Clocks and Watches

Due to the sensitive and mechanical nature of clocks and watches, we do not guarantee them to be in running or working condition.

8. Furniture

If we say "Chippendale Mahogany Chest of Drawers," we represent that the piece was made during that period.

If we say "Chippendale Style Mahogany Chest of Drawers," we represent that the piece looks like the period mentioned, but it was crafted at a later date.

9. Firearms

Alderfer Auction is a Licensed Federal Firearms Dealer (FFL) located in southeastern Pennsylvania. Whether you are buying or selling firearms at Alderfer Auction you will be assured that your firearms have been processed according to the rigorous regulations established by the Federal Government. It is recommended that all Firearms be checked by a competent gunsmith before firing to ensure safe usage.


Registration Fees

A $9 per gun transaction fee will be assessed for gun registration; $7 per gun transaction fee thereafter which is in addition to the total purchase price.


Firearm Laws

All firearms are sold in accordance with Federal and Pennsylvania State Laws. All post 1898 (Modern) firearms must be registered in compliance with Federal and State Law. Purchasers of Modern firearms who are Pennsylvania residents must complete state and federal registration forms at Alderfer Auction, 501 Fairgrounds Rd., Hatfield, PA 19440, or provide a signed copy of a Federal Firearms License from a dealer that your purchase can be shipped to. FFL Dealers and out-of-state buyers must have in their possession on the day of sale, signed copies of their Federal Firearms License in order to accept same-day delivery of modern firearms. Buyers who act as agents for FFL dealers must have a letter of agency as well as a signed copy of the dealers Federal Firearms License (FFL). Internet bidders who are out-of-state buyers and FFL dealers must fax a current FFL license within 24 hours of the close of the sale to Alderfer Auction at 215-368-9055. Curio & Relic FFL licenses will be accepted on auction lots indicated in the description "(C&R)”.


Specific State Restrictions

Auctions may contain many firearms and items that are non-compliant (not allowed) in certain States. Alderfer Auction WILL NOT ship or SELL any of these items that are prohibited in any State. We are aware of these Sates and their Laws and it is the duty of each potential bidder to make sure they are allowed to own this legally in their respective States. Alderfer Auction WILL NOT convert or make any firearm compliant to meet a certain State's requirements. Listed here are state laws restricting the sale of certain high-capacity magazines. These are STATE laws, sometimes there are COUNTY or CITY laws with stricter restrictions. It is your responsibility to be or become familiar with local gun laws.

California: We do not ship, sell, or offer for sale any magazines over 10 rounds to anyone in California or anyone using a billing address in the state of California.

D.C.: We do not ship, sell, or offer for sale any magazines over 10 rounds to anyone in the District of Columbia or anyone using a billing address for the District of Columbia.

Hawaii: We do not ship, sell, or offer for sale any magazines over 10 rounds that may fit a handgun to anyone in Hawaii or anyone using a billing address in the state of Hawaii.

Illinois: We do not ship, sell, or offer for sale any magazines over 12 rounds to anyone in Chicago, IL or anyone using a billing address in Chicago, IL. We do not ship, sell, or offer for sale any magazines over 15 rounds to anyone in Aurora, IL or anyone using a billing address in Aurora, IL.

Maryland: We do not ship, sell, or offer for sale any magazines over 20 rounds to anyone in Maryland or anyone using a billing address in the state of Maryland.

Massachusetts: We do not ship, sell, or offer for sale any magazines over 10 rounds to anyone in Massachusetts or anyone using a billing address in the state of Massachusetts.

New Jersey: We do not ship, sell, or offer for sale any magazines over 10 rounds to anyone in New Jersey or anyone using a billing address in the state of New Jersey.

New York: We do not ship, sell, or offer for sale any magazines over 10 rounds to anyone in New York or anyone using a billing address in the state of New York.

Any firearms sold containing prohibited magazines as mentioned above will be shipped less the banned magazine, no refunds will be offered.

Purchasers may inspect the merchandise and are urged to do so. The Auctioneer makes no warranty as to condition and shall not be responsible for any defects in any Lot. Any used firearm should be inspected by a competent gunsmith for safety, function, and proper ammunition type/size before attempting to fire. Any description of mechanical function or condition does NOT mean the gun has been inspected or tested for firing capabilities. All goods are exposed for Public Exhibition and for Internet buyer's, condition is described in the listings.


Firearm Shipping

Shipping, handling, registration and insurance fees are additional to the total purchase price. Fees must be paid in advance by credit card before items are shipped. Because Alderfer Auction is FFL approved, all shipping, packing and insurance are handled by Alderfer Auction. Costs are as follows:


  1. Packing fee of $25 for the first long gun
  2. $10 for each additional long gun
  3. $11 for the first handgun
  4. $6 fee for each additional handgun


UPS shipping and insurance fees will then be applied to each item. To economize we will pack multiple items of similar size and type together if possible. All items will be shipped UPS-ground or required overnight parcel for handguns. Insurance is an additional fee of 1% of hammer price plus buyer’s premium. We ONLY ship to the continental U.S.


Any winning bidder wanting to ship a firearm or firearms outside of the continental United States must make arrangements with an FFL Importer/Exporter. The bidder is responsible for all shipping costs related to Alderfer Auction requirements as stated above to the Importer/Exporter, and all costs in accordance with the Importer/Exporter in shipping the firearm(s) to said bidder.


Questions regarding shipping, handling and insurance costs or tracking of your package, please contact our shipping department at:


Alderfer Auction

Shipping Department

215.393.3000 office

267.638.1063 direct


Please allow 2 weeks for shipping from receipt of payment.


10. Endangered Species

Each threatened and endangered species will be assessed on a case-by-case basis as mandated by State and Federal laws. If you have questions please call 215.393.3000.

11. Alderfer Online Onsite Auctions

Alderfer Auction conducts auctions at various different onsite locations through online only timed auctions. The terms and conditions mentioned herein apply to these auctions along with the requirements below regarding merchandise pick-up.


Designated pick-up times are established for customers to remove their purchased items. Schedule a pick-up time via or call 215.393.3000. instructions will be included in your invoice.


NO REFUNDS will be given on purchased items that are not picked up during the designated pick-up time.



Delivery fees are additional to the total purchase price. Please call or email for delivery fees for your particular lot(s). Fees must be paid in advance by credit card. If you choose to have your item(s) delivered, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING DELIVERY ARRANGEMENTS. Items brought back to the auction center will be held, at no charge, for 1 business day following the pick-up day. For each day thereafter that the item(s) are not picked up a $5.00 per day storage fee will be assessed. Please call us to arrange these services no later than 24 hours prior to the auction pick-up time.


If you are in need of your purchase being brought back to Alderfer Auction for pick-up at our facility or would like the item(s) to be delivered to your home, call or email to make delivery arrangements:


Alderfer Auction

Delivery Department

Dan Angstadt

215.393.3000 office

267.638.1063 direct


12. Limitations of Liability

Alderfer Auction is not liable for any breach or default by the consignor of a Lot. Alderfer Auction may withdraw any item before the sale if there is doubt as to the authenticity, title, or laws restricting the sale of the item or the accuracy of the Consignor’s representations.


13. Governing Law

Pennsylvania State Law prohibits any owner from bidding on their own merchandise to enhance the value. “Bidding in” or bidding on behalf of the Consignor shall be grounds for discontinuation of the auction and a claim for any resulting damages including, but not limited to, a reasonable amount for lost commissions.


Alderfer Auction logo(s), content and photography are copyright materials that may not be copied, used or duplicated without the written consent of Alderfer Auction, 501 Fairgrounds Rd., Hatfield, PA 19440.