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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH – 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)



East Gallery (sells at 6:00 PM): Estate rugs; Early gun cabinet; Victorian balloon back lady’s chair with needlepoint seat; Leather fireside chairs; Victorian music chair; Refinished five legged library table; Wood file cabinets; Heavily carved European side chair; Bamboo knick knack shelf; Victorian school desks; Oak platform rocker; Inlaid mahogany armchair with needlepoint seat; Eastlake Victorian parlor set – settle and armchair; American Empire cherry chest of drawers with grape pulls; 8 foot toboggan with cushion – LL Bean; Gorilla statue; Framed etched glass “Woman and Dog” by Erte; Framed engraving, “Gateway to the Sea – Westminster, by Fletcher; Framed photograph – USN Battleship USS Texas, WW I; Leaded glass panels; Two mahogany occasional stands with green marble tops; Hand carved wooden elephant and lions; Hand carved wooden bulldog candlesticks; Sterling silver; Perfumes; Electric trains; Old toys; Wood carving – Archer with bow and arrow; Pair of leather club chairs; Early spice cabinet; Atwater Kent Radio; 1930s metal lawn chairs; Dining room table and 6 chairs – Scandinavian; Lamps of all shorts; Oak corner cupboard; Pair of Danish modern end tables; Butcher block; Waterfall deco wood cabinet table radio; Pine kitchen cupboard; Pie safe; Camel saddle; Mahogany Thomasville bedroom set; Bar stools; Mahogany knee hole desk; Old trunks; Oil paintings; Prints; Watercolors; Lithos; Cedar lined wardrobe; Advertising signs; Mid Century bedroom furniture in paint; Provincial bedroom set; Doctor’s floor scale; Bamboo dinette set; Long “fireside” bench; Oak spindle back office chair, circa 1910; Victorian parlor pump organ; Victorian Eastlake armchair; Kitchen primitives.

West Gallery (sells at 5:00 PM):  Air conditioners; Child’s Batman car; Bench grinder; Drill press; Farm and garden tools; Shop vac; Three wheeled stroller; Cannister vac; Bicycles; Porch furniture; Luggage; Industrial lighting; Electronics; Keyboard; Sewing machines; Small appliances; Remington chain saw; Flat scree TVs; Sports equipment; Toys; Household; Holiday decorations.



Friday, February 28th - Estates Auction – 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)


Friday, March 6th – Estates Auction – 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)


Monday, March 9th – Historic Document and Book Auction – 5:30 PM

(Previews: Sunday, 3/8, Noon to 4 PM and Monday, 3/9, Noon to 4:30 PM)


Friday, March 13th – Estates Auction – 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)


Friday, March 20th – Estates Auction – 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)


Friday, March 27th – Estates Auction – 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)

Schedule subject to change.


Consignments received on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays,

8:00 AM. To 4:00 PM

(Unless otherwise noted above)

or by appointment by calling 973 334-9380.


Trucking available.


Additional parking is available at the Walmart parking lot


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Directions to Galleries at 485 & 487 Division St, Boonton: take Rt. 287 to Exit 45 (north and south-bound). Traveling north, continue to end of exit ramp to stop sign (Wootton St.) and turn left onto Wootton St., continue (through light) two blocks to left onto Division St. Old Feed Mill Auctions is on the left. Traveling south, at end of ramp turn left onto Myrtle, continue to second light and turn right onto Wootton St; take first left onto Division St., Old Feed Mill Auctions is on the left. Thirty minutes from Tappan Zee Bridge, George Washington Bridge; twenty minutes from New Jersey Turnpike or Parkway.




It was recently written that “The Old Feed Mill Auction is one of the true country auctions left in New Jersey, selling estates from far and wide. It is an ‘undiscovered gem’ in the antiques world, complete with corny jokes, a hot dog stand, and the experienced banter of a country auctioneer.”


Auctions most Friday nights, except for weddings, funerals,

or time to pick berries at the farm.


No way beats the Auction method of personal property liquidation.

“Specializing in the auction sale of American antiquities and classics”

(18th to 21st Century)

Now in our fourth generation

When touring the Southern Tier of New York State, check out our Chenango County location:


2456 Route Seven, Bainbridge, New York (in the historic Susquehanna Valley)

(607) 967-4750



Jack Wootton

Jack Wootton,
Auctioneer, NAANYSAA

Sarah Wootton,
Assistant Auctioneer 

Judy Wootton,

Check out our other location:
Harmonie Hall