Our Location- York Pa

Keystone Auctions acquired the former VNA (Visiting Nurses Association) located at 218 East Market Street York PA 17403 and has been operating here since mid-July 2014, growing every year. Entrance on the side.

The City of York and our new neighbors have been welcoming and friendly, and you can read the news coverage here and here.

The main structure is believed to have been built between 1873 and 1889.  Its historic location with grand interior allow us to hold monthly auctions in a facility suitable for the age and quality of our items.

The York Fairgrounds had been an excellent venue until we outgrew it. “We have to thank our loyal customers for this success” says Garrett (Gary) Klinger Auctioneer, owner and operator.

Keystone Auctions is currently accepting consignments for our monthly/ bimonthly Auctions.  For more information please call Gary Klinger (717-755-8954).  Please go to the Upcoming Auctions Tab (page) located within this website to find out about our scheduled auctions.

York, PA is a colonial town with a rich history related to the founding of America/signing of the Article of Confederation CLICK HERE. Col. James Smith, one of the signer’s of the Declaration of Independence is buried in the First Presbyterian Church yard across the street from our building. We were also impacted by the Civil War as we neighbor Adams County where Gettysburg is located. The York County History Center is in our block at 250 E. Market Street and great to visit if you want to learn more. Our Central Market built in 1888 at the corner of Philadelphia and Beaver Streets (5 blocks from us) is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6am-2pm and a great place for breakfast or lunch. We also have AirBnB’s downtown if you need to stay overnight. For events in York, you may check out York365  We also have Halloween and St. Patrick’s Day parades in the city… for more information  Parade Link

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