Monday Facebook Live Auction
Wednesday LIVE Preview
Open 11am – 1pm. Visit us each Wednesday over the lunch hour at 1801 Guionotte in KCMO to take an in-person look at the current week’s auction items.
Thursday Auction Night
Doors open at 5 pm – Auction begins at 6 pm (usually finished by 10:00 pm or earlier) All auctions open to the public.
Absentee Bids Email firstname.lastname@example.org and copy/paste the photo of the item into the body of the email with your maximum price. Or call us at 816.960.4664. We’ll try to get it for less!
This Week’s Preview Pics & Video
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Thinking of consigning your antiques, collectibles or your entire estate to our weekly auction, but don't want to wait for payment? For the right items, we'll buy your collection directly from you. Email email@example.com for more info.
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The Secret of Success
From single items to entire collections and estates, Andrew Turner Auctions is a full service Kansas City estate liquidator hosting consignment auctions on a weekly basis. It’s the best shopping in Kansas City! Located downtown Kansas City, Mo. we are centrally positioned and provide auction and estate liquidation services to the entire Kansas City metro area. We deliver a top notch auction experience to bidders and consignors alike.
About Our Auction Auctions are generally held every Thursday in the company’s downtown Kansas City auction facility: 1801 Guinotte, Kansas City, MO, 64120. Auctions begin at 6:00 pm with preview available after 5:00 pm. Auctions are usually finished by 10:00 pm – or earlier. Photo and video previews are posted towards the beginning of each week in which a Thursday night auction is held.
War Dog Letter
A document collector has a cryptic letter between a soldier and another military man. The soldier explains that military investigators have questioned him about a man named Prestre - specifically about his character and qualifications as a dog trainer. The military put great effort into a new "War Dogs" program during WWII. What went wrong on Cat Island?