Whether you’re bidding with a mouse, a phone, or a paddle, every experience buying at an auction is unique and exciting. Kimballs Auction experts will gladly inform you about the history and condition of items, and assist you with the auction process.

Kimballs Online!

Bid live in any Kimballs auction from the comfort of your own home. See each lot in real time, listen to the auctioneer, and press the “bid now” button to send a bid when you’re ready to participate. Just interested in following the action? You don’t need to register or log in to view a live sale.

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Before the auction

Before the auction starts, create an account.

If this is your first time bidding through the Kimballs Auction, you will need to create an account first.

During the auction

Click the “log in” button to enable bidding.  If you have not yet registered to live bid in the auction, you’ll be prompted to do so.

If you’d simply like to watch the auction, no registration is required.

Questions?

Contact Kimball’s for assistance during auction hours, or Monday through Friday, 10AM – 4PM, except holidays.

Office: (413) 549-8300
info@kimballsauction.com

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In Person Auctions at Your Location

There’s nothing quite like the thrill and drama of participating in a live auction. To bid in person, you’ll need to arrive in enough time to register and receive a paddle number before your lots of interest are offered. If it is your first time bidding with us, please bring a form of picture identification, such as a passport or driver’s license.

Kimballs holds auctions on client sites and will come to you.

Registration

Registration typically opens 30 minutes prior to the auction start time. Visit the registration desk to register and receive a paddle number.

Bidding

The auction will begin when the auctioneer asks for an opening bid on the first lot. Bidding proceeds according to Kimballs’ increments or at the auctioneer’s discretion. The auctioneer will accept bids from the floor and internet.

When your lot does come up, be prepared to raise your paddle. The auctioneer will accept your competitive bids along with all others until the final hammer price is reached and the auctioneer announces, “sold.”

Winning!

If you are the winning bidder, congratulations!