Selling/Consigning FAQs

Deciding to sell a significant item or an entire estate is an important decision.  We are here to help you along the way.  Our staff consists of seasoned pr...
Our specialists will review your estate, collection, or object of value and discuss current auction values/estimates with you.  If you decide to proceed, we...
We are always looking for quality estates, collections, and objects of value.  Types of objects we consign include, but are not limited to, fine art, jewelr...
Our standard commission rate is as follows: For items that sell under $100, we charge a 40% commission For items that sell between $101 and $500, we c...
Any fee, other than the commission, will be discussed and agreed upon prior to signing a Consignment Contract.  Other fees could include a moving fee, furni...
The majority of items we sell at auction are offered without a reserve.  During the review process we can discuss the possibility of placing a reserve on a ...
We provide moving services for large collections or objects of high value.  For very large or delicate items, such as pianos, we will refer you to a moving...
No.  Per the terms of our Consignment Contract, sellers may not bid on their own items, nor may they have anyone acting as their agent bid on their items o...
Objects of value consigned with Leland Little are typically sold within three months of the contract date.
Per North Carolina Law, you will receive payment within thirty calendar days of the auction date.