Estate Sales and Services
As Atlanta’s premier estate liquidators and antiques auction gallery, Peachtree & Bennett is dedicated to finding the best solution for every seller. Our expert appraisers will listen to your needs, evaluate your items, and then provide you with options customized for you. Our multiple sales venues allow us to present you with flexible alternatives and achieve top prices for every item.
What do we sell?
Peachtree & Bennett sells a broad spectrum of American, English, Continental, and Asian antiques in all genres. We sell antique jewelry, artifacts, couture, coins, collectibles, and furnishings.
Why should you sell with us?
- Experience and expertise that has made us Atlanta’s leading auction house
- Multiple buying and selling venues to maximize sellers’ returns
- Geographical coverage from the Southern borders to New York City and New England
- Innovative marketing techniques and competitive prices
- Unparalleled customer service
Our Estate SalesUpcoming Estate Sales
Join us on the second weekend of each month at 3650 Jonesboro RD SE. Every month on the rear portico we feature new estate property from around the region. Items are priced to go fast, so make sure you show up on time. Doors open Thursday at 11am. Friday, all items will be 20% off, Saturday, 30% off, and Sunday 50% off.
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Check our events page for more estate sales and auctions.
Where to begin?
Make an appointment for a complimentary evaluation at your location or at one of our offices, or fill out the Evaluation Request to receive an online evaluation. Our estate specialist will help you decide on the best way to sell your items, as well as providing an overall estimate for your collection and a proposed commission rate.
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Some examples of our clientele:
Estate Owners, Private Individuals, Law Firms, Insurance Companies, Matrimonial Litigants, Federal Government, Large Corporations