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Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
 AuctionZip Auctioneer ID # 12900  

P.O.BOX 300
Thomaston, ME 04861

Phone: 207 354-8141

Located on U.S. Route 1 just below the village of Thomaston, Maine, Thomaston Place Auction Galleries is a premier auction and appraisal company that has garnered the respect of dealers, collectors, and museums around the world. This reputation is based on our ongoing success in discovering and offering fine art and antique treasures to this discerning audience.

Our thoughtful, discreet approach to guiding consignors through the auction process has resulted in an expanding base of families who entrust their treasures to us. We employ a state-of-the-art digital photo studio, comprehensive research library, and international marketing to help generate superior and often, world record sales prices for our consignors.

Kaja Veilleux, founder and owner of Thomaston Place, is the original creator of the Free Appraisal Day – one day each week when people can bring their heirlooms and precious possessions to the Gallery for a free valuation. Depending on the need, we also arrange “house calls” for in home appraisals of art or antiques collections.

With over 35 years experience in the art and antiques business, Kaja has built a reputation for handling fine objects. He is a licensed auctioneer and professional appraiser, and his auctions consistently draw a lively and enthusiastic international crowd.

John D. Bottero, licensed auctioneer and Thomaston Place Vice President, has over 18 years experience in the antiques trade. A veteran of manufacturing and engineering, he has helped shape the high standards and excellent reputation of Thomaston Place Auction Galleries. John shares his extensive knowledge of antiques with thousands of people each year by holding auctions and appraisal fairs throughout the State of Maine.

We handle fine art, furniture, porcelain, china, pottery, lamps, oriental rugs, mirrors, books & ephemera, coins & currency, silver, glass, folk art, antique toys, jewelry, quilts & samplers, marine items, sculpture, boats, automobiles, firearms, and much more.
Current Auction Listings

 Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
  Thomaston, ME Fri Aug 25 - 11:00AM
Lot: 1 - CONNIE HAYES (CONTEMPORARY ROCKLAND, MAINE) CONNIE HAYES (CONTEMPORARY ROCKLAND, MAINE) "It''s Unclear", oil on board, signature usually at bottom (concealed by framing?), depicting a red house on a riverside road, in gold molded frame with dimensional linen mat, OS: 16 3/4" square, SS: 9 Lot: 2 - CONNIE HAYES (CONTEMPORARY ROCKLAND, MAINE) CONNIE HAYES (CONTEMPORARY   [ View Full Listing ]

 Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
  Thomaston, ME Sat Aug 26 - 11:00AM
Lot: 301 - FOLK ART WHIRLIGIG FOLK ART WHIRLIGIG Circa 1900, Carved and Painted Wood Whirligig of a Native American Male with carved collar and gray tunic, dark red/brown painted features. 11"tall, 8" wide, 1 3/4" thick. Missing the fronts of his feet and paddles. Lot: 302 - FOLK ART WEATHERVANE FOLK ART WEATHERVANE Rare Small Full Body Copper Running Fox Weathervane by L. W.   [ View Full Listing ]

 Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
  Thomaston, ME Sun Aug 27 - 11:00AM
Lot: 1001 - SQUIRREL DOORSTOP SQUIRREL DOORSTOP Early 20th c. Cast Iron Doorstop, depicting a squirrel seated on log eating an acorn, attributed to Bradley & Hubbard, with embossed mark ''Mother'', 11" high, 9 3/4" wide. Some surface rust. Lot: 1002 - (2) CAST IRON DOORSTOPS (2) CAST IRON DOORSTOPS (2) Cast Iron Figural Early 20th c. Doorstops, including: Monkey with coiled   [ View Full Listing ]

 New Boston Horse Farm auction
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 Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
  Gray, ME Wed Aug 30 - 01:00PM
New Boston Farm, a peaceful and private equestrian center located on 11 Totten Rd in Gray, Maine just minutes off route 95 and within 20 minutes of Portland, has been in operation since 1979. Featuring a 20 stall barn with attached 10,000 Sq. Ft. indoor riding arena with observation/judging area also includes tack room, grain room, hay loft and the accessibility for handicap riders.    [ View Full Listing ]