Watch for auctions on many Fridays @ 3pm or watch for others on locations at houses @ 10am


2 Day Candor Fall Festival Flea Market (Indoors & in side field)
Friday October 6th & Saturday October 7th 8am-3pm

We will be hosting an Indoor/Outdoor Flea here at Bostwick Auctions 
If you want to set-up call NOW as we are accepting reservations. 607-659-4842

Call to sell or visit to buy ~ 607-659-4842
Indoor Winter Flea Market November through March on the 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month from 8am - 2pm with vendors selling old and new items …. While
here enjoy a hearty breakfast or lunch at “Kim’s auction house diner” (Diner opens @ 7:30am).  Call to be a vendor or visit to buy some good junQue
Kim's Diner in the Auction house hours
Monday-Friday 7am-2pm Breakfast & Lunch
Not much time for lunch? Call your order ahead for quick pickup 
Kitchen phone 607-972-7704

Indoor Flea Market on the 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month Nov-March
  Some fun auction history :)

Did You Know?

  • The word “auction” derives from the Latin word “auctus,” which means “increasing.”
  • Rome was the first nation to license auctioneers.
  • Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius sold family furniture at auction to satisfy debts.
  • The “Magister Auctionarium” drove a spear into the ground to start the auction. Today, auctioneers use gavels many times throughout an auction.
  • Founded in 1674 by Baron Claes RΓ₯lamb, Stockholms Auktionsverk is the oldest auction house still in business.
  • Candles were used in the 1700s at auctions to declare the winner. If you were the high bidder at the time when the candle extinguished itself, you won the auction.
  • In the mid-1700s, auctions were commonly held in taverns. Elaborate and detailed catalogs for works of art were considered art themselves.
  • America’s first president, George Washington, was an avid auction buyer.
  • Jones’ National School of Auctioneering and Oratory was the first American auction school and was established in Davenport, Iowa, in 1906. ...... The above information is from NAA