Maine Antique Auction and more!
Since 1970 Houston-Brooks Auctioneers has hosted a Maine Antique Auction with antiques and more from Maine and beyond.
THIS SUNDAY IS OUT LAST SALE. AND IT EVEN LOOKS LIKE THE WEATHER WILL BE GOOD. SO PUT ON YOUR LONGIES, WARM UP THE TRUCK AND HEAD TO BURNHAM. WE HAVE A GREAT SALE AND SOME REALLY GOOD FOOD! JOIN US!
NOTICE: OUR LAST SALE WILL BE DEC. 9TH. THE HALL WILL REOPEN THE BEGINNING OF APRIL FOR THE 2019 SEASON. WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THAT OUR DAUGHTER KIM SHOREY AND HER PARTNER ANDREW BEACH WILL BE THE NEW OWNERS!
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY: 8AM – NOON – 1PM – 4PM
FRIDAY: 9AM – NOON – 1PM – 4PM
SATURDAY: 10AM – 4PM
SUNDAY: DAWN TO DONE!
Come spend a Sunday with us. We offer about 1,000 items every Sunday. Our ever-changing selection includes:
- antique furniture
- gold and silver
- costume jewelry
- hollow ware
- gently used items
- and more!
You never know what you’ll find at this fast-moving Maine Antique Auction.
A premier Maine Antique Auction for more than 45 years
Buy something interesting.
Our weekly auctions have been a community event for more than 45 years. No two auctions are the same. The only constant is our tasty breakfast sandwiches — because you can’t shop on an empty stomach. Come out and see what we have to offer.
Sell or consign your items
Between 50 and 100 consigners bring goods from Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and all over Maine.
With competitive commission rates and a track record of successful auctions, you can’t go wrong with Houston-Brooks.
A family-run business for more than 45 years, Houston-Brooks was founded and built by our father, Everet “Junior” Houston. He bought the old grange hall in 1970 and built it into the auction house it is today. Since dad’s day we’ve added on a second barn for extra storage and indoor plumbing for convenience.
We carry on his legacy by hosting country auctions with quality items. Our reputation speaks for itself. We are a member of the Maine Auctioneers Association. Come see what all the fuss is about at our next auction.
The Bangor Daily News did a story about us! Read it here.