2019 HCA Spring Benefit Auction, April 5 & 6
Roy Eggert, Auction Chairperson
Last month we announced the dates for the 46th Annual All Heisey Spring Benefit Auction. For those of you who didn’t put it on your calendar, the dates are April 5 and 6. It will be held at the GMP Local 224 Union Hall at 350 Hudson Avenue in Newark, Ohio. Auctioneer Craig Connelly and his crew will once again call the auction for all the wonderful Heisey glass.
Please examine your glass collection NOW to see which pieces of glass you intend to put in the auction and make your list of consignments and donations. It is not too early to get your glass to us as we have mid January dates for cataloging. Fortunately we have several large consignments in hand we can pull glass from but are always looking for members to consign glass.
The deadline for sending in your glass consignments and donations is January 15, 2019, which is about 10 weeks from the time you read this. Each member can consign up to 40 lots with no limit on donations. If you are coming to the Museum or the Newark area or know someone who is before then, please bring your glass with you to save on shipping charges and to ensure your glass arrives safely.
Links to Auction Contract and Packing List are in the blue box on left side of this page. Please remember, send two copies of the signed contract and the packing lists. One copy of each will be returned to you. Also please put an extra copy of the packing list in each box to help make the cataloging easier.
The success of this auction is dependent on you and other members of HCA to provide clean and damage free Heisey Glass as we are always working to improve the quality of our auctions. By consigning quality Heisey Glass the values obtained will be higher, which benefits the Museum and you.
If you have any questions about the auction or consigning glass or would like to volunteer at the auction, please contact the Museum or Roy Eggert at 240-361-8146 or at email@example.com.
Thank you for consigning Heisey Glass and supporting your Museum!