4621 Asher Ave., Little Rock AR 72204


Contact:  John Saugey -    501-258-4400

               Phyllis Saugey  501- 258-4401





Guide to Selling

Selling at auction is called Consigning and an auction is a partnership between our auction company and the consignor. The more your assets brings at auction, the more both parties benefit. You hire an auction company for its ability to market your property to the greatest number of prospective buyers, and achieve a comparable market value on auction day.

We offer the Auction Method of Marketing for a wide range of assets ; antiques, quality collectibles, furniture, estates, business liquidations and specialty sales.


Here is our consignment process. We do everything with a contract. Once you contact us about consigning, we will make an appointment to come see your merchandise and determine if the auction is the right venue for your consignment. If we agree to take the consignment, you can deliver it to our facility, or in some cases, we can pick up. Your consignment is marked and is in the line to proceed to auction. When your consignment is ready to be offered, we will go through the consignment, place your consignor number on each item, and place them in our gallery style display.

Once we have the display set as we want it to best show every item, we replace your consignor number with a catalog number and produce a catalog on line. We sell in number order of the catalog on auction day. This numbering system allows bidders to easily absentee bid if they can't make it to the sale or are out of state. 

After the auction, you will receive a settlement package with a detailed spread sheet of each item's high bid price. Your Check will be included in the settlement package. Usually the checks are sent out within 10 working days of the auction.


We have worked with consignors from across the country, and can help relieve the burden of settling an estate from far away! We can make the process EASY and PAINLESS!

Give us a call or email to find out more information!