Important Auction Update

In accordance with the governors reopening guidelines, we will be holding this auction both as a live webcast as well as allowing live in-house bidding. We will be following and enforcing all CDC guidelines including setting up sanitizing stations, thorough hand washing, wearing of masks and strict social distancing. All chairs will be set up six feet apart with no … Read More

New Format Proves A Success at Gateway Gallery Auction’s Annual Memorial Day Sale

Strong prices in estate jewelry, time pieces, sterling and antiques highlighted an unusual Memorial Day Auction at Gateway Gallery Auction. The gallery was notably empty as the auction was held via webcast for online bidders. “We have been holding live auctions in some form for decades”, Heather Kohler, President and Auctioneer at Gateway Gallery Auction noted. “Due to the governor’s … Read More

Preparing for Our Memorial Day Auction

As we prepare for our upcoming Memorial Day Auction we wanted to highlight all the steps we are under taking in order to prepare our facility in light of the current pandemic. At our facility, we are continually conducting rigorous cleaning of all public and back of house spaces. Further, we are following exhaustive cleaning, sanitation and disinfection protocols. These … Read More

The 1, 2, 3 of Online Bidding

We are excited to resume selling personal property and liquidating estates via online timed and online live webcast auctions. These auctions will be held online via Invaluable, AuctionZip and our website. While this is a departure from our normal Estate/Monday auctions, we have been holding online webcast auctions for the last 10 years for our Specialty auctions – with great … Read More

Important Auction Update

To our Clients and Customers:   Like all of you, we are eager to get back to auction and some semblance of “normal”. We know there remains much uncertainty on the horizon due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s auction schedule was an exciting one full of fantastic finds and quality vintage/antiques. As the year got underway, we were seeing … Read More

Upcoming Auction Announcement

We’ll folks, it’s been 5 weeks since our last auction. We can’t remember a time when we’ve had such a long pause. The good news is we are all hunkering down and are safe and healthy and we hope you and your loved ones are the same. Like many of you, we have been focusing on cleaning, organizing and preparing … Read More

A Message Regarding Your Health from Gateway Gallery Auction

To our clients and customers: As the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) is having a greater impact in our community, we feel it is important to reach out to you about the steps we are taking to help keep you, our staff and family safe and healthy. We are carefully reviewing the latest updates and guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control … Read More

Celebrating International Women’s Day with Heather Kohler

Today is international women’s day. We are lucky to have so many amazing women working with us on staff. To celebrate we interviewed our president and auctioneer Heather Kohler about her role and the future of women in the auction and antiques business. International women’s day celebrates women’s achievements in science, mathematics and the arts as well in the social and economic sphere. What does … Read More

Our Largest Train Auction Ever

  Have you seen the December issue of Britain’s Railway Modeller magazine with Rod Stewart on the cover? When he’s not working, he is taking the time to create a large model train layout that depicts a 1940’s urban landscape.  He is quite the model train enthusiast, having worked on his display for 26 years, and Railway Modeller magazine had … Read More

Large Star Wars, Star Trek and Comic Book Auction Nov. 16th!

There’s a lot of talk lately about the Boba Fett action figure that is estimated to sell for around $250,000. It’s considered the “Holy Grail” for die-hard Star Wars collectors because fewer than 30 of that design are in existence. The action figure was never release to the public due to a rocket firing backpack that was deemed a choking … Read More