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David and Sandra Cordier had been modest collectors when they began their business in 1980, while living in Halifax, Pennsylvania. Initially the Cordiers exhibited at area venues such as Black Angus near Reading, Pennsylvania, and the Eastern National Antiques Show held twice yearly in Harrisburg. Today, Cordier Auctions specializes in Antique & Fine Art, Firearms and Militaria, Estates, Jewelry & Watches, Silver, Toys and Automobiles. David is a Pennsylvania licensed auctioneer, a certified appraiser, and an accredited auctioneer of real estate.
Cordier Auctions & Appraisals - Dec 14, 2018
Cordier Auctions, located in Harrisburg, PA, held their fall Antique and Fine Art Auction on November 10 and 11. The sale featured rare antiques and luxury goods from all collecting categories, drawing bidders from around the globe. Early examples of American craftsmanship and artistry were particularly well-received by bidders. An intricately deco...
Oct 25, 2018
Three ships are tossed on choppy waves, the American flags rippling out from each one’s prow in the fierce easterly wind. Behind them, a lighthouse stands as the marker between safety and adventure, a nod to the Massachusetts landscape that master clockmaker Simon Willard called home. The ships, perpetually heading out to sea, decorate the arch o...
Apr 28, 2017
The auction contains an astounding number of radios and accessories, all from the collection of one dedicated enthusiast. Along with the Zenith, an Emerson Catalin (est. $600 - $800) is expected to lead the tabletop radio lots. A large number of accessories and equipment will also be sold, including some from the very early days of radio and teleco...
Aug 4, 2016
Forrest Hills Tennis Stadium in New York. The reel-to-reel recording, which was won by the consignor as a radio contest giveaway, will be among the featured lots in Cordier’s August 13 and 14 Antique and Fine Art Auction to be held at 1500 Paxton Street in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The sale will also be highlighted by a single-owner gold coin col...
Jul 18, 2016
A pair of reclining Leopards ($4,000 - $6,000) and an African White Rhino shoulder mount ($5,000 – $8,000) will be among the approximately 50 pieces of exotic Taxidermy to be featured in Cordier’s Summer Firearms Auction Sunday, July 31. Other highlights will include an Engraved Colt 1851 Navy inscribed to Charles L. Robinson, the 1s...