How It Works

We offer appraisals for individual items or estates and provide complete auction services. Green Valley combines items from a variety of sources to create unique and popular auctions that draw in an average of 400-600 individuals and 300-500 absentee bids. This allows the seller access to large crowds for optimal bidding on their treasures with auctions scheduled approximately every other Friday.

To better serve our clients, Green Valley offers a computerized auction program which includes an inventory settlement and guaranteed check within 30 business days following the auction. Regional marketing to a mailing list of over 2,500 Green Valley customers, local and regional advertising, item photos and a video walk-through of our upcoming auctions galleries and dedicated attention to detail create a strong presentation of your items. Catalogued and online auction services are available for special high-end collections.

Appraisal Services

Green Valley Auctions offers professional estate appraisal services for tax filing purposes and family dispersals.

Appraisal Credentials for Gregory L. Evans:

  • Licensed Auctioneer by the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (License Number #1571).
  • Evans completes at least six credit hours of applicable continuing education classes every two years.
    Member in good standing of the Virginia Auctioneers Association.
  • Over thirty-five years of work experience directly related to the valuation and sale of personal property of every variety.
  • Personally prepared approximately twenty-five professional appraisals in the past year.
  • Sole owner and President of Green Valley, a corporation with an over forty-nine year history of evaluating, cataloging, marketing and selling of large volumes of personal property.

Additional information about Green Valley's appraisal services may be obtained by calling our offices (540-434-4260). We do not appraise furs or jewelry containing precious stones.

Auction Services

Green Valley Auctions offers the following services:

  • Full-service auction house offering partial or full estate dispersals
  • Appraisals for estate tax filings or family dispersals
  • Over 49 years of visitors have created a strong market for sellers with items from several consignors and estates combined into one auction to build an appealing sale for buyers; an average of 300-500 absentee bids per auction; and a regular bidding day attendance of 400-600 individuals.
  • Free consultation from a knowledgeable and professional staff with a computerized auction program featuring an inventory settlement and guaranteed check within 30 business days following the auction.
  • Regional Marketing efforts that include: 2,500 person customer mailing list; local and regional advertising; auction listings with photos; and a video walk-through.
  • Regional deliveries for purchases.
  • Free auctioneering services for non-profit organizations.
  • Full-service moving company through our sister company Green Valley Moving


Questions on Consigning Items for Auction

1. What items do you take on consignment for your auctions?

Because we divide our auctions into multiple galleries, we are able to handle items ranging from fine antiques to general household items.

2. What are examples of the types of items sold in each Gallery?

Gallery #2 begins at 10:00 a.m. and usually finishes around 6:00 p.m. The auction begins with hundreds of box lots of glassware, knick-knacks, pots/pans, etc. and is followed by estate artwork, books and ephemera, antique toys and dolls, collectibles, quality household items, etc.

A second auctioneer begins selling in Gallery #3 at 11:30 a.m. This features basement and outbuilding contents with hand and power tools plus garden accessories and moves into a good selection of used furniture. Gallery #3 finishes around 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. on a selection of as-found and primitive furniture and accessories.

Gallery #1 is our "sit-down" session and starts between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Gallery #1 features antique furniture, firearms, fine furnishings (Henkel Harris, Suters, VA Craftsman, etc.), quality used furniture, large appliances, good glass/china, art pottery, P. Buckley Moss originals and prints, silver, jewelry, etc., Gallery #1 normally finishes around 9:30 to 10:30 p.m.

3. Do you accept one or two items for consignment or do I need to have an entire house full?

We are a full-service auction house and can handle full and partial estates, plus downsizings, basement and attic clean-outs, etc. We gladly accept small and large consignments and will build an auction that combines several consignors and estates to appeal to bidders.

4. When do you accept Bring-In consignments?

Normally, consignments for auction are taken in on every other Monday. Due to limited storage space, you will need to e-mail us or call us at 540-434-4260 to arrange a specific date.

5. How do you keep consignments from different people separate?

Every consignor is given a code letter(s) and their items are tagged. An inventory is made and updated as the items are sorted. All items are entered into the computer as they are sold. After the sale the computer report is matched to the inventory.