tuckerbox auctions
family owned and operated

Tuckerbox Auctions has been operating since 1976. We are a family auction house run by father and sons, located in Gundagai, New South Wales, Australia.

We are a Riverina Based business but are happy to conduct Auctions anywhere in Australia.

We specialise in helping people sell their collections. We can run onsite auctions as well as help people move their items to our showrooms in Gundagai.

We have full online bidding available for auctions as well as live in-person auctions.

We have curated an extensive nationwide mailing list of thousands of genuine collectors and buyers in our over 40 years of business.

We offer full social media as well as traditional media advertising campaigns.

Our auctions feature a huge variety of items every month including:

  • Vintage, estate, and wholesale liquidation investment jewellery
  • Antique furniture
  • Quality collectibles
  • Antique farm machinery
  • Petrol memorabilia 
  • Fine porcelain and china
  • Antique tools, signs and scales
  • Thousands of other unique and interesting pieces

Our Team

brad CLARK

Brad Clark, began his auctioneering career at the age of 7, when he would sell sundries at his father’s auctions, clapping his hands together and yelling ‘sold’. He is also a qualified French Polisher and experienced furniture restorer. Brad is very knowledgeable about early furniture and collectables, having spent his entire working life auctioning and restoring antiques. Brad has attracted a lot of fans online that enjoy his unpretentious and often humorous auction style, reflecting his years growing up in rural New South Wales.

grant CLARK

Grant Clark, after working part-time in the business for many years, has returned to the family business, full-time to help establish the online bidding platforms and help manage the business as it grows from a small country auction to a national business. Grant also has a significant amount of knowledge and experience, with a particular focus on fine jewellery.

john CLARK

John Clark developed a love of auctioneering as a stock and station agent, selling chickens, goats and other livestock in Camden while at teachers’ college. After moving to Binalong, New South Wales, John found himself doing more and more antique sales and he soon developed a love of antique and clearing sales. After a move to Gundagai, NSW, John established Tuckerbox Auctions in 1976, named after the famous “Dog on the Tuckerbox” statue found in the town.

Buy with us

Bid from anywhere within Australia. Items are 100% guaranteed as described. Options for bidding include online, telephone or absentee bid. Free express delivery with insurance on all jewellery items, Australia wide.