At over $15,300,000 our October auction was one of largest grossing auctions of the year. While all lots did not sell, those that did generated a total return which was 26% above low estimate. 372 lots brought $10,000 or more, 173 lots brought $20,000 or more, 33 lots brought in an excess of $50,000 and 8 lots topped out at over $100,000. Read more...
The Rare Glass, Lamp & Fine Jewelry Division is the leader in this genre throughout North America. This division specializes in rare and collectible lighting and glass as well as fine jewelry and silver. These auctions regularly gross nearly $2.5 million in sales. The division is well known for its outstanding offerings of Tiffany, Handel, Pairpoint, Duffner and Kimberly lighting, as well as numerous lesser-known makers of high quality lamp and glass products. It's offerings of fine jewelry and wearable arts are sought after worldwide.
This is James D. Julia’s most expansive division; focusing on Americana, Fine Art, Antiques, Victoriana and Asian items. This unit conducts two auctions per year and has an international reputation for excellence. With sales routinely grossing $3 million to $5 million per auction, this division has established numerous world and national records. Department Head, Bill Gage along with his team, Katya Tilton, Tony Greist, & Megan Noyes provide an unbeatable combination of experience and expertise. This division handles complete estates and high value individual items in almost any antique collectible category.
James D. Julia’s Antique Toy, Doll & Advertising group was one of the four leading divisions of its type in North America and regularly established sales records. The department was one of the oldest such divisions in the country and enjoyed an international reputation for offering extraordinary, unique, and unusual items. This division also proudly represented some of the nation's finest collections. We continue to welcome your consignment inquires. For more information, please contact us at 207-453-7125 or firstname.lastname@example.org.