Sale closed on
Friday, May 21st 2021 at 8:35 PM EDT
Buyer's Premium: 18%
Lisa Kohl And Brittni Kurtz | (917) 400-0811 | firstname.lastname@example.org
• Winning bidders will receive pick up address via email - (check your spam folder).
• Make sure you have selected in your dashboard to receive auction win information via email or text.
• Auction win emails and invoices can also be accessed via your dashboard after sale closes.
• SUNDAY 5/23 FROM 10AM to 2PM ONLY - NO EXCEPTIONS!
• The Sherwood House is located at the southbound entrance of the Sprain Brook Parkway, the entrance is on Tuckahoe Road - please look for the Clearing House pickup signs. The auxiliary police will be on site to guide you.
• Items not picked up during allotted time will be considered forfeited.
• Pickups are on a first come/first served basis. There is no need to text, we will have your items ready for you upon arrival.
• Masks must be worn by all bidders picking up items.
• Maintain at least 6 feet of distance between yourself and any other bidders.
• Bring your own pen to sign your invoice.
Have a question about the pick-up or an item in the catalog? Call or text the Auction Managers, Lisa Kohl at (917) 400-0811 or Brittni Kurtz at (860) 501-7570 they are always happy to answer any questions!
All sales are final. All items are SOLD AS IS. Bidders are strongly encouraged all to ask any questions prior to bidding. Please refer to photos as part of description. All items are sold AS-IS. CHES will do its best to list any damage, repairs or restorations, the absence of these descriptions or conditions must not be taken to imply that the lot is in perfect condition. Most of the items are antique, vintage or used. You should expect signs of wear consistent with age. All sales are final. No returns, credits or exchanges.
CHES is pleased to present an auction to benefit the Yonkers Historical Society, which celebrates the history of Yonkers by restoring and operating the Sherwood House--a tenant farmhouse built circa 1740 on Philipsburg Manor--as a free museum; maintaining an archive of information about Yonkers history; and awarding college scholarships to high school seniors interested in history. The Society, a not-for-profit organization chartered by NY State, also publishes a journal, “The Yonkers Historian,” provides research services, and promotes historic preservation.