Weschler's to relocate to suburban MD location
Weschler's Auctioneers & Appraisers, Washington, DC's oldest auction house, will move to Rockville, Maryland at the end of May after 125 years in the Nation's Capital. Weschlers will continue its current regular schedule of weekly and online Metro auctions and quarterly Capital Collections auctions at the new facility and will maintain its current business hours.
"With this move, we will be better able to serve our customers long stated desire for an accessible location in the Washington area", said President, Bill P. Weschler, Jr.. "We think our clients will appreciate our new home and were also excited to invite our Montgomery County neighbors and beyond to discover art and treasures with us."
The Rockville site, 40 West Gude Drive, has two ground floor galleries, ample parking, and designated delivery and pick-up areas. The new facility is easily accessed from I-270, Rockville Pike, and both the Rockville and Shady Grove Metro stations.
"Being able to walk around spacious, renovated galleries and anticipate easy pick up or delivery greatly enhances the client experience", added Weschler.
Following the renovation of the new gallery space, the first Metro auction in Rockville will be held on June 13, 2017 at 10am.
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