About Allard Auctions Inc.
Allard Auctions, Inc., located in scenic St. Ignatius, Montana on the beautiful Flathead Indian Reservation, has been conducting Native American artifacts and art auctions since 1968. Founded by Col. Doug Allard, it was purchased in 1997 by his son, Steve, who has since been striving to incorporate the most up-to-date technology to provide our clients with the most efficient service while still maintaining a friendly, down-to-earth, traditional auction atmosphere.
Identified by USA Today as one of “10 great places to do your bidding” (Oct. 22, 2004), Allard Auctions conducts at least three large “catalog” auctions per year, two in Arizona and one in Santa Fe, selling 1000 to 1500 items over the course of two to three days per show. Items that are offered include everything collectible in the Native American and Western categories, as well as a few pieces from other cultural areas such as Mexico, South America, Africa and Asia. You can expect to see everything imaginable from old and new beadwork, jewelry, basketry, and carvings, to weapons, pottery, rugs, artwork, and photographs. Bidding for these large shows can be done in person, or via traditional absentee bidding, phone bidding on a limited basis, and live online bidding through icollector.com and liveauctioneers.com
All of us here at Allard Auctions are at your service and invite you to browse through our current and past auction catalogs and to contact us with any questions you might have. Whether you are a novice buyer or experienced collector, we look forward to the opportunity to assist you in your buying experience. On the other hand, if you have a single item or an entire collection that you are interested in selling, we would be happy to explain our almost-effortless consignment process to you.