Contact at 352-622-4611

   13939 N Highway 441, Citra, FL 32113


"Important Native American Collector's Auction,"

Saturday, March 25th at 6 p.m. in Citra 

Viewing from noon until start of auction


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Come just to watch a professional, real-time auction or buy unique items. Admission is FREE.

There's NO pressure to buy, just a fun time, and an eclectic selection of reasonably priced items that appeal to many (individuals, collectors, dealers, shop owners).

Check out or leave anytime during the auction. Food, drinks, sunsets, and starry nights available.

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Upcoming 2017 Auctions

Visit us Saturday, March 25th at 6 p.m. for our "Important Native American Collector's Auction" in Citra at 6 p.m.

Follow links above for catalogs, viewing, auction list, and online bidding info. Call 352-622-4611 early to set up phone bidding ($100 or more).

Auctions are held on the first and third Saturdays monthly and a occasional auction in between. You definitely don't want to miss this one-of-a-kind "Important Native American Auction". If you are unable to attend, you can leave early bids online and also bid online during the auction via (Hint: If you're a serious collector check out lots 182-205.)

Sign up on our mailing list to stay in touch. Third Saturday auctions are usually available for online bidding. Links will be posted prior to auction and you may leave bids anytime before and during the auction.

Auctions are held inside our custom antique barn rain or shine, cold or hot, we've got you covered.  

Hot and cold refreshments and snacks are available for purchase during the auctions.

Charles David Glynn, Licensed Auctioneer and Turkey Creek Auctions, Inc.

Glynn, Owner and President began selling at 12 years of age, received his license at 16, and has over 30 years experience.

Glynn's professional experience reaches from the Boston/Cape Cod area (Sandwich, Mass.), to owning his own galleries in New England and Florida.

Click here to see Dave and Turkey Creek Auctions in the news links to other articles such as "How to Speak Antiques," by the Antique Roadshow. A good primer if you've never attended an auction or to learn more tips. And, about the auction in which a four inch glass signed René Lalique owl sold for $47,300 at Turkey Creek! 

Turkey Creek generates over $1,000,000 in annual sales,  specializing in the liquidation, buying and selling estates, collectibles, antiques, and everything in between through consignment or purchase of personal property for sellers, dealers, shop owners, and individual buyers. More.

Be sure to mark your calendars for Upcoming Spring and Summer Auctions.

We are located in the beautiful horse-breeding country of Citra, Florida: a short drive between Ocala, and Gainesville, Florida and close to Orange Lake and the historic town of Micanopy.

You will see a sign and our red old, signature barn and house out front from Hwy. 441--on the right headed North, or on the left if headed South.

For GPS users the address is 13939 SW Hwy. 441, Citra, FL 32113.

Click here for detailed directions and/or a MapQuest map to get specific directions.

If you're directionally challenged and would rather talk to a real person call 352-622-4611.

We look forward to seeing your smiling faces in Citra, online via, or wherever we might find an awesome estate to share with you.

Buyer is responsible for pickup after auction Saturday or Sunday 12-8. For shipping information, or to make an appointment for pick up, please contact us directly. 

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