March 11, 2019 – Estate Auction + Guns, Mounts & More!

Auction starts at 10 AM Preview Sunday, March 10th from 1-3 PM & Sale Day from 8 AM Retro & Antiques, Vintage Clothing, Local Memorabilia, Guns, Fishing/Hunting Licenses, Traps, Mounts, Books, China/Glass, Modern Furniture & Personal Property To view catalog & leave absentee bids CLICK HERE Order of Sale 10 AM – Back Gallery for general household goods, tools & more … Read More

Labor Day Auction features Frank Feather cane and items from retired Letterkenny Command Sergeant Major

Gateways’s annual Labor Day Auction, comprising a blend of several local households, takes place on Monday, September 5th at 10:00 AM.  Auction highlights include an exquisite Frank Feather presidential themed cane, items from C.S.M. Ret. Garner (Rowdy) Yates of Letterkenny, an 1864 Harper’s Weekly with Burning of Chambersburg illustrations, an exceptional mix of quality furniture from Victorian to modern, Brian Tucker … Read More

Darn Kids, Get off my Lawn!

By: Lee Brouwer I have a secret wish… to start a twitter account entitled “Stuff Overheard in my Office”.  Most of the tweets would be non sequiturs and jokes taken wildly out of context…and, of course, for my own amusement. In reality, the most common phrase overheard in my office is “My kids just don’t appreciate my things, they just … Read More

Appraisal Day

October 8 | Appraisal Day with a Book Specialist Gateway Gallery Auction will host an appraisal day with book specialist William Earley. The event will be held Wednesday, October 8, 2014 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM at Gateway Gallery Auction located at 643 Kriner Road, Chambersburg, PA. During the appraisal event, the public is welcome to bring books, manuscripts, maps, … Read More

The Antiques Summit

In my line of work, I think I’ve just about heard it all. Recently, there’s been a lot of lamenting about “kids these days”; picture an old codger shaking a cane saying “damn kids don’t appreciate anything. You want things fast, cheap, and easy”. In the auction and antique business, this trend is serious.  For us, it may mean a … Read More

The Millennial Generation and the Future of Auctions

These past few weeks have been incredibly busy, back to back to back auctions make for long weeks and little free time to update the blog. When we experienced some “technical difficulties” with our server this week, I found this to be a perfect time to tackle an issue that is always in the back of my mind.   This … Read More