Notice: We apologize for the inconvenience caused by the disruption this morning as our developers worked through the issue. We are back live and are confirmed for items to resume ending at 3PM today again. Lots 1-240 are closed and the first open lot is 241. **Any bids placed prior to the outage will still be in effect.  The sale will not conclude before end of day today so pickup windows will shifted slightly. We will have extended hours Thursday and Friday 9 am to 6 pm and over the weekend by appointment (Please do not show up on Saturday or Sunday without a confirmed appointment as someone may not be here without notice). The auction will resume as normal outside of these shifted ending times and pickup windows. Consignors may also pick up payment when their last item ends today or any time Thursday-Friday if they so desire. 

If you have any other questions or need clarification please send us an email or fill out our contact form. Thank you for your patience as we make our transition.

 

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Welcome to our newly launched website!

Thanks for visiting us on our new site, we understand learning a new layout may be daunting but we feel this is a cleaner and more optimal layout for all. Please click through our tabs to find any information you need regarding the auction.

About Us

Dixon's Furniture Auction, known by many as the Crumpton Auction, is a third generation auction company established in 1961 by Norman Dixon.  Each auction we list and sell between 1,500 and 3,000 lots of items to all around the country. All of our terms are currently listed when registering to bid at www.crumptonauctions.hibid.com. We are one of the largest discovery auctions, always on the edge of what's new in the auction and antique world. You literally never know what you may find.

 

You will find that Dixon's Furniture understands what is important to our consignors. Here a consignor has the ability to bring any quantity, a single piece or an entire estate, to be sold at auction while receiving a fair market price. Consignors may receive payment the same day of auction completion, or if not attending the auction, consignments are settled and checks are mailed out on Friday.

 

Please browse through the rest of our site for a full understanding of what we do, and how we can best assist you,  selling one single piece or liquidating an entire estate. Hope to see you next Wednesday!