203 Skowhegan Road
Fairfield , Maine
Telephone : 207 453 7125
Fax : 207 453 2502
Website : http://www.jamesdjulia.com/
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
1790 House Office
827 Main Street
James D. Julia started in the mid 1960s in a small country auction house in central Maine and has grown to become one of the top 10 antique auctioneers in North America. The auction house specializes in rare firearms, fine art, glass, advertising, and toys. James D. Jul... read more
James D. Julia started in the mid 1960s in a small country auction house in central Maine and has grown to become one of the top 10 antique auctioneers in North America. The auction house specializes in rare firearms, fine art, glass, advertising, and toys. James D. Julia has hundreds of past auctions in Invaluable's price database and offers live bidding as a platinum auction house.
The auction house's latest firearms auction was the largest ever, grossing approximately $19.3 million. In 2008 they auctioned a single Colt Whitneyville-Walker pistol for $920,000. Auctions in James D. Julia's lamp and glass division regularly gross over $1 million in sales, and the fine art, Asian, and antiques division typically grosses between $3 million and $5 million per auction. In 2010, James D. Julia sold a Tiffany aquamarine vase for $34,500.
James D. Julia is most well known for the sale of rare firearms, but they specialize in a number of different areas. The auction house offers divisions in rare firearms, lamp and glass, advertising, toys and dolls, fine art, Asian, and antiques.
James D. Julia offers free auction value estimates in person in Maine, Massachusetts, and online. Sellers may consign their items for sale at auction. The auction house also offers estate and collectors' services that allow owners of property to make a customized plan for collection dispersal.
Buyers at James D. Julia are encouraged to sign up for the auction house newsletter, which notifies subscribers when the house's catalog is accessible online. Bids may be made in person at the auction, by telephone, absentee bidding, and online with Invaluable on select auctions.
James D. Julia has been a family owned company from the start. Owner James D. Julia's father, Arthur Julia, first opened the auction house as a small antique shop and country auction business, and in 1974, James D. Julia purchased the auction company from his dad and became a full time auctioneer.
June 18, 2015, 10:00 AM EST
Fairfield, ME, USPlatinum House Live Auction
This little charmer is a great cabinet size being only 10" tall and marked "5-0" on the rear of her head. On the proper kid body with bisque lower arms (missing partial pinky on left hand), she is dressed in period clothing and an antique blond mohai...
Estimate : $10,000 - $12,000Register to bid
Although this boat has had a full restoration, it is still quite impressive and can stop the ordinary person in their tracks. It's incomprehensible how this toy was made for a child in the early 20th century, why it perhaps weighed more than the chil...
Estimate : $28,000 - $32,000Register to bid
14kt white gold lady's ring has emerald cut Columbian emerald weighing 9.45ct. Emerald is surrounded by two rows of round brilliant cut diamonds, a total of 52 diamonds. The split shank is also set with single cut diamonds. Ring comes complete with a...
Estimate : $60,000 - $80,000Register to bid
Francis, Field & Francis is considered to be the first manufacturer of production tin toys. This company's toys are for the most part rarer than hen's teeth and it is abnormal to find larger pieces such as this. In fact, according to the consignor, t...
Estimate : $15,000 - $20,000Register to bid