Sale closed on
Saturday, April 03rd 2021 at 7:05 PM EDT
Buyer's Premium: 15%
Jay Williamson | (978) 387-4045 | email@example.com
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Payment: Payment is due upon receipt of invoice and will be charged to your card on file.
Terms: All sales are final, no credits or returns. All items are SOLD AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH ALL FAULTS. Bidders are strongly encouraged to ask any questions prior to bidding. Please refer to photos as part of the description. JMA 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. Remember you are purchasing antique or used items. Expect signs of wear consistent with age.
Special Pick up Instructions: Winning bidders must provide boxes and paper. Winning bidders are responsible for removal and loading of all items. Smaller items will be available for curbside pickup. A representative will be there to assist but winning bidder assumes any and all responsibility for any damage or injury that should take place once they are on the property.
Local Deliveries: Pickup: Curbside pickup by Appointment Monday April 5th and Tuesday April 6th 9am-5pm
TRANSPORT (ALTERNATIVE PICK UP):
Please remember this is an onsite virtual auction over 100 miles from our facility.
As a special service for the convenience of our valued customers:
Anyone who would like to pickup their purchases in Amesbury, MA on Thursday or Friday April 8th and 9th we will offer to transfer your purchases to our facility in Amesbury for a nomimal fee of $25 per item to be capped at $100 for multiple lots. Exemptions may apply.
For those interested in this service please text Jay Williamson with your name and the lot number(s) that you would like to have transferred. Transfer fees to be paid for at pickup.
Please be aware that items not picked up in Amesbury by the end of Thursday April 7th will be considered abandoned.
ALL COVID-19 RULES APPLY. MASKS MUST BE WORN BY ALL BIDDERS PICKING UP ITEMS. PLEASE MAINTAIN AT LEAST 6 FEET OF DISTANCE BETWEEN YOURSELF, STAFF AND ANY OTHER BIDDERS
ON LINE ESTATE AUCTION
Estate of Albert Donald Judd, Jr. (1944-2020)
The lifetime collection and personal tangible property of a true Mainer
ORDWAY GROVE FARM c1820
8 Pleasant Street - Norway, Maine
Albert Judd, was a well known member of the Norway community who actively balanced advocating historic preservation and sound nutrition through his ownership and operation of Ordway Grove Farm.
Inside the sprawling 1820 Greek revival manse he has left a lifetime collection of period antiques, including Federal period furniture, objects of virtu, sterling silver, porcelains and fine art as well as contemporary furnishings and household necessities. What personally impressed me about this estate as I first walked through it with his daughter was that each item Mr. Judd selected had a special quality, for instance; if it was sterling silver flatware, it was heavy, if it was a piece of furniture it had a special aesthetic whether it be an unusual turning or inlay and I am confident that you will discover the same.
Over (350) lots will be sold in this absolute auction with each beginning at $1.