American Pickers Pick for Recent Visit

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While preparing for the March 5th & 6th auction that includes quality fine art, collectibles, and jewelry, Affiliated Auctions are visited by the History Channel’s American Pickers, modern-day archeologists digging for unusual and valuable items.

The History Channel’s American Pickers, specialists in finding unusual and valuable antiques and relics, recently visited Affiliated Auctions, to film a segment for their popular television show. At the time of the visit Affiliated Auctions was in the midst of preparing an interesting selection of quality Fine Art, Antique, Coin and Jewelry items for upcoming auctions on March 5th and 6th.

Affiliated Auctions is a well-experienced full service antique and real estate auction business. Among the quality “finds” offered in their March 5th and 6th auctions are Fine Art items such as a Friedrich Kupper oil painting, and original watercolors by Rodin. You will also find Armani Disney Figurines including the Evil Queen, clocks, coins and currency such as an 1866 Grant silver certificate, and watches by Rolex, Patek Philippe, and Piaget. Also included are other fine jewelry pieces such as Men’s and Ladies diamond, sapphire, gold and platinum jewelry. Other unique items include a 9 star confederate flag, an 1816 artillery sword, antique revolvers, commemorative Winchester rifles, excavated primitive European swords, a custom Gibson Les Paul Guitar, Georg Jensen silver, a 59 pound meteorite discovered in Argentina in 1576, and an assortment of items from the Captain of the USS Lexington including a personal photo album and original G-1 Flight Jacket.

Given this diverse sample of unique items available at, it is understandable that American Pickers chose to feature Affiliated Auctions in an upcoming segment of their television show.

Affiliated Auctions is located in Tallahassee Florida, and offers a wide selection of quality collectibles to buyers from around the world, who are then able to view the items online and place their bid. Bids are accepted on the floor, over the Internet, or through fax or mail. This provides international and local buyers alike the opportunity to acquire unique, sought after, and often one of a kind items through an open bidding process.

Detailed information on the items available for the upcoming March 5th and 6th auctions can be found at the website, or by contacting them directly at 1-800-877-6180 or 850-445-9378. Updates and information can also be found on Facebook.

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