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Max Webster Auctioneers
 AuctionZip Auctioneer ID # 35778  

Max Webster
149 Bond Rd
West Harrison, IN 47060

Phone: 513.614.8119
Email: max.webster.auctioneer@gmail.com
Web: www.maxwebsterauctioneer.com

Max Webster is a first generation auctioneer and Cincinnati native. Max served in the US Army for 10 years, including three tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. His tour of service saw him earn numerous awards including the Army Commendation Medal, Good Conduct Medal and Army Achievement Medal. He gained his honorable discharge in 2013.

Max gained his auctioneer license in Ohio in 2012. He went on to win the junior division at the Ohio Auctioneers Championship in 2013. In 2014 Max gained his auctioneer license in both Indiana and Kentucky. He is also a member of the Ohio Auctioneer Association and regularly attends conferences to stay abreast of auction industry developments.

Max has conducted or participated in hundreds auctions throughout the Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky tri-state area. He has developed a standing relationship with dozens of local auctioneers and hundreds of national auctioneers and is frequently called upon to travel to assist in auction preparation activities as well as bid calling and ring services.

Max has an affinity for charity work and has developed a branch of his business dedicated to benefit event consulting and auction solutions. He has helped raise over $1 million in funds since his start as an auctioneer
Current Auction Listings

 Feltner Online Estate Auction
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 Max Webster Auctioneers
  Fairfield, OH Tue Dec 13 - 06:00PM
 
Online Only Feltner Estate Auction Auction begins to close 13 December 2016, 6p 5257 Charlene AveFairfield OH 45014 Preview:  12 December 201610a-2p Pickup:  14 & 15 December10a-3p Auction consists of general household goods and plenty of nice clean furniture.  Mr. Feltner and his wife enjoyed many years in their home where they kept all of their possessions   [ View Full Listing ]