FAQs

Have questions regarding the auctioning process? Read our list of frequently asked questions below!

I paid for my items, now what?

At Woody Auction, we're able to pack and ship most auction items.  We package invoices in the order which they were paid.  Once your items have been packages and shipping is determined, we will send you a second invoice via LiveAuctioneers for the materials and shipping charges.  Alternatively, Woody Auction accepts credit card payments over the phone at 316-747-2694.

How much does it cost to ship my items?

Shipping is not included in the items invoice that you receive immediately following the sale of the last lot.

Our shipping is a combination of what we paid for the materials plus exactly what UPS charges us at our 24% discount, and then we round the total up to the next dollar. We do not charge a handling fee or personnel hours - there is no profit in our shipping service.  We also box more than one item together to save the bidder money.  Every box is different depending on the distance it is traveling, its weight, its size, and the value of the contents (fully insured for the amount paid).

Prior to the auction, we are happy to provide you with rough shipping estimates.

What are your bid increments?

For your convenience, here are Woody Auction's bidding increments:

      Bid                                  Increment
  $0 - $30                               $5
  $30 - $100                           $10
  $100 - $300                         $25
  $300 - $1,000                      $50
  $1,000 - $2,000                   $100
  $2,000 - $5,000                   $250
  $5,000 - $10,000                 $500
  $10,000 - $50,000               $1,000
  $50,000 and more              $2,500

What is the difference between ABCG and BPCG?

We will describe an item as ABCG, American Brilliant Cut Glass, if we are certain it is American. However, if the item is from a maker or had been attributed to the European market (i.e. Val St Lambert, Stevens & Williams), we will call these items BPCG, Brilliant Period Cut Glass.

What kind of antiques do you sell?

American Brilliant Cut Glass – Dorflinger, Hawkes, Libbey, J. Hoare, Egginton, Tuthill, etc.

Art Glass – Tiffany, Mt. Washington, English & French Cameo, Webb, Burmese, Amberina, Lalique, Durand, Stuben, Brides Baskets, Pickle Castors, Biscuit Jars, Wave Crest, Crown Milano, Mother of Pearl, Loetz, Moser, Nakara, Kelva, etc.

Artwork – Paintings, Drawings, Prints, Lithographs, etc.

Carnival Glass – Fenton, Northwood, Dugan,. and more

Coins - Proof Sets, Ingots, Gold, Silver, etc.

Firearms – Antique, Modern, Hand Guns, Rifles, Long Guns

Furniture – Statues, Writing Tables, Ladies Desk, Cabinets, Sideboards, Belter, Horner, Meeks, etc.

Jewelry – Necklaces, Bracelets, Rings, Broaches, Earrings, Hat Pins, Hair Combs, Chatelaine, etc.

Lamps – Handel, Pairpoint, Gone with the Wind, Reverse Painted, Tiffany, Bradley & Hubbard, Fostoria, Baccarat, etc.

Native American – Weavings: Rugs & Blankets, Jewelry, Totems & Carvings, Turquoise, Artwork, Art Glass, Pottery, Porcelain, Ceramic, Baskets, Beadwork, Pipes, Weapons

Oriental – Paintings, Porcelain, Pottery, Stoneware, Jade, etc.

Porcelain & Ceramic – RS Prussia, Nippon, Royal Bayreuth, Royal Bonn, Royal Worcester, Meissen, etc.

Pottery – Newcomb, Rookwood, Roseville, Weller, etc.

Sterling and Coin Silver – Flatware, Service Pieces, Tea Sets, Gorham, Reed & Barton

Watches & Clocks – Mantle, Floor & Grandfather, Atmos, Lantern, Coocoo, Regulators, Carriage, Wall, Bracket, Banjo, Repeater Watch, Chronograph, Chronometer, Complicated Watches, Convertible Watch, Repeater Watch, Automation Watch, Hunter’s Watch, Demi-Hunter, Fully Jeweled, Skeleton, Railroad Watch, Dollar Watch, Repousse, Side Winder, Skull Watch, Tank Watch, Transition Watch, Tourbillon Watch, etc.

Other Quality Antiques 

Do you have a price list for past auctions?

We have prices realized available for auctions held in 2014 to current year on our price list page. However, this list only shows lot numbers and selling price. 

Do you offer phone bidding?

Yes, we offer phone bidding on the top 40 lots for each in-person auction. Please send an email to info@woodyauction.com, including your name, address, primary phone number, back-up phone number, and a list of the lot numbers. If you need any further information, please call us at 316-747-2694.

I cannot attend your auction in person. How do I register for the auction to bid online through LiveAuctioneers?

First, go to www.LiveAuctioneers.com/woody-auction-llc. Once you’re on that page, scroll down the list of our auctions until you find the one in which you want to bid. Next, click the blue ‘explore’ button. Then, on the right-hand side click the blue ‘register for auction’ button. At this point, you will be prompted to log in or create an account. Once you’ve created an account, we’ll receive a notification of your interest in bidding.

Woody Auction does not require its bidders to have a credit card on file with LiveAuctioneers.

Please call or email us to have your registration approved if you have not previously bid with us through LiveAuctioneers. Registrations should be completed and phone calls or emails received by Woody Auction at least 48 hours in advance of the auction in which you are interested in bidding. 

My invoice through LiveAuctioneers keeps going to my spam folder, what can I do?

Sometimes an invoice gets filtered as spam or junk. Please add auctions@liveauctioneers.com and noreply@liveauctioneers.com to your email address book and/or safe sender list, and it should resolve this issue going forward. 

Can the experts of Woody Auction give appraisals?

Woody Auction is not a licensed appraiser; however, we would be happy to give you a low and high auction estimate.

What is your consignment process?

Click this link to review our consignment process.

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