We researched and compared the top seven online auction sites to find the best. We compared selling and listing fees, payment options, support features and the size of each site’s user base. After our research, we think that eBay is the best online auction site because it has over 160 million registered users. Though this site charges a higher final value fee than other sites we researched, it doesn’t charge for seller verification.
Auction will include Bronto Skylift, Wheel Loaders, Hyd. Excavators, Skid Steer Loaders, Loader/Backhoes, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Street Sweepers, Truck Tractors, Bucket Trucks, Ag Tractors, Crane Trucks, Trenchers, Lowboys, Boring Machines, & Much More. See auction inspection information below and come check out this equipment for yourself! Bidding will be live in person and simulcast live online.
American Hurrah Antiques and Costello family Estate. Huge Estate and Antique store auction - over 1200 ITEMS just in PART-I! The Costello family was a familiar and well respected presence in both the Richmond and Petersburg Antique market(see attached link for family history) and this collection of vintage and antique finds is like no other you are likely to see! Antique and Vintage Furniture, Vintage Magazines, Photographs,Sheet Music,Postcards,Political Memorabila,Vintage and Antique Linens, Silver, Jewelry,Vintage Toys, Cast Iron,Americana Decor and so much more!
PLEASE READ THESE TERMS OF SALE CAREFULLY, AS THEY HAVE BEEN RECENTLY UPDATED.  THIS IS AN INTERNET-ONLY AUCTION!  AUCTION CLOSING DATE: Friday, March 22nd, beginning at 11:37 am.  Bidding closes on the first item at 11:37 am, then closes at the rate discussed in these Terms and Conditions of Sale.  INSPECT: There is no inspection for   [ View Full Listing ] 

oh wah, thank you for this. I was just about to buy from www.PoliceAuctions.com but I decided to do a little bit of research first. The Internet is full with negative feedback, tons of 1-stars for them. I stopped considering bidding when I saw a bunch of reviews like: "Garbage", "Policeauctions...fraud fraud fraud", "This site is fishy, not a real police auction!!!, “Total scam. Not police seized items. Made in China.”, etc. However, what really got me mad was that one of the reviewers said this: "I had several winning bids and all of a sudden the same peoples username was outbidding me this seems fishy too me. I think it's the site upping your price. I was upset and did not want to bid anymore. I kept getting outbid than when I logged in they would ask me if I wanted a deal on the item I bid on which was 15.00 than it was at 55.00 when I was out bid than they asked me if I wanted to buy this item for 120.00 this is not a fair auction and I'm glad I found this out before I wasted my hard earned money."
Steiff Sterling Goblets & Other Sterling, Phantom 2 Vision Drones, Seth Tomas Grandfather Clock, Lance Snack & Cold Drinks Vending Machines, Steiff Bear, Distressed Furniture & Décor, Washers & Dryers, Art, Madame Alexander & Other Collectibles Dolls, Herend Porcelain, Antique Wrought Iron Railing, Restoration Hardware Pendant Lights, Faux Wicker Pet Crates, New Haven Clock, Empire China Cabinet, Vintage Barbies, Guerin Limoges, Sango China, Nippon, Sun Woodstove, Dressers, Desks, Chairs, Tools, KitchenAid Stand Mixer, Laurie Gates Dinnerware, Small Appliances, Copper Stew Pot, Holiday Décor, Portable Greenhouse, Roll Top Desk, Thomasville Chinoiserie, Bamboo Oriental Style Bookshelf, Delft, Steeple Clock, Wicker, Block Front Secretary, Partner's Desk, Cherry Highboy, and MUCH MORE!

Clear Rubber Stamps, Amps, Receivers, Record Player, Jewelry, Handmade Jewelry, Lp Player, Vinyl Player, Tools, Radio, Vintage, Collectables, Antique, Electronics, Vacuum, Toddler Clips, Rubber Stamps, Cricket, Leap Frog, Table Saw, Doll, Bose, Vintage Radio, Mixer, Marvel Comics, Marvel, Looney Toons Comics, Comics, Stereo, Hair Accessories, Coin, Cameras, Ring, Watches, and MUCH MORE!
oh wah, thank you for this. I was just about to buy from www.PoliceAuctions.com but I decided to do a little bit of research first. The Internet is full with negative feedback, tons of 1-stars for them. I stopped considering bidding when I saw a bunch of reviews like: "Garbage", "Policeauctions...fraud fraud fraud", "This site is fishy, not a real police auction!!!, “Total scam. Not police seized items. Made in China.”, etc. However, what really got me mad was that one of the reviewers said this: "I had several winning bids and all of a sudden the same peoples username was outbidding me this seems fishy too me. I think it's the site upping your price. I was upset and did not want to bid anymore. I kept getting outbid than when I logged in they would ask me if I wanted a deal on the item I bid on which was 15.00 than it was at 55.00 when I was out bid than they asked me if I wanted to buy this item for 120.00 this is not a fair auction and I'm glad I found this out before I wasted my hard earned money."
“We usually send [PropertyRoom] our jewelry - since they appraise it - and things like high-end Coach purses,” said Robin Neal, property officer with the Fremont, Calif., police department. “My experience of them is that they are very honest with the condition of the item they put online. We have also had officers who work for our department utilize the site for purchase and were very happy with it.”
All Items Art Credit Department Releases Gallery Foreclosure Original Oils, Acrylics, & More Coins Bulk, Sets & Groups Bullion & PMs Half Dollars Gold, Platinum International & Ancient Morgan Silver Dollars Paper Currency Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, & Cents Silver Dollars Jewelry Bracelets & Bangles Brooches & Pendants Clearance Cocktail Rings Diamond Rings Diamond Bands Premium Gold Earrings Vintage & Gold Sterling Silver Jewelry Vintage Sterling Silver Men's Jewelry Necklaces & Pendants Watches Watches II Rings Loose Gemstones Group Lots & Carved Stones Loose Gemstones Miscellaneous Silver and Gemstone Jewelry Collectibles Clearance Memorabilia & More Rugs Hand Made Suits & More Men's Fashion Vintage Jewelry & Collectibles
Check out our first auction deal of the day for this 1989 IHC truck, model EMW2000WT. This tanker truck has a 2000 gallon capacity and features the following: diesel fuel tank, Navistar 6 cylinder engine with 4x6 wheel drive, air conditioning, and just 4,348 miles. It weighs approximately 19,360 pounds and measures 8 feet 2 inches in height. VIN# 1HTSHZ4R8LH203869. This vehicle looks to be in good condition but needs some work. The following may need repairs: brakes, airline, battery, front right shock, etc. The current bid for this item is just $2,000 with 1 bid placed. Want to learn more about this ongoing online auction? Well if you, so simply click here to register with us now. Auction ends on May 14th, 2009.
Payment is due by 4:45pm on Monday, February 13th. If you'd like to have your card charged after the auction by Roller personnel and a paid receipt sent to you, please respond to the invoice email with your desire to have your card on file charged. We will not process your card without your email consent. You may pay online or at our office in Denver on February 10th from 2:30pm - 4:45pm or February 13th from 8:15am - 4:45pm. Payments will be accepted in Visa, MasterCard, Discover, cash, bank wire transfer, cashier check, personal/company check approved by TeleCheck or accompanied by a letter of guarantee from the bank. (Payments in cash, bank wire transfer, cashier check or check with a letter of guarantee from the bank will receive a 3% reduction off of the buyers premium.)
Middleby Marshall Pizza Oven, Southbend 10 Burner Range, Cold Tech Sandwich Prep Table, Delfield Lowboy, Vulcan Steamer, Dixie Vending Machine, Ugolini Dual Slush Machine, Jackson Dishwasher, True 2 Door Beverage Cooler, Vulcan Flat Grill, Imperial Deep Fat Fryer, Elite Deep Fat Fryer, Fine Ceramic Ware, Robot Coupe Immersion Blender, Generac Generator, Champion Generator, True One Door Cooler,   [ View Full Listing ] 

Check out our first auction deal of the day for this 1989 IHC truck, model EMW2000WT. This tanker truck has a 2000 gallon capacity and features the following: diesel fuel tank, Navistar 6 cylinder engine with 4x6 wheel drive, air conditioning, and just 4,348 miles. It weighs approximately 19,360 pounds and measures 8 feet 2 inches in height. VIN# 1HTSHZ4R8LH203869. This vehicle looks to be in good condition but needs some work. The following may need repairs: brakes, airline, battery, front right shock, etc. The current bid for this item is just $2,000 with 1 bid placed. Want to learn more about this ongoing online auction? Well if you, so simply click here to register with us now. Auction ends on May 14th, 2009.
We hold this monthly consignment auction for companies and individuals to liquidate their quality assets at public online auction. The auction typically includes vehicles, trailers, lawn and garden equipment, attachments, rental yard equipment, shop equipment, power and hand tools, concrete equipment, metalworking equipment, woodworking equipment, tile, pavers and landscape rocks, pressure washers, generators, toolboxes, and more!
Online auctions offer buyers and sellers of a wide variety of goods an enormous platform for trade. They offer buyers a virtual flea market, with an endless range of merchandise from around the world, and they give sellers a storefront from which to market everything from sports memorabilia to computer systems to millions of international buyers. It includes national retailers auctioning off excess inventory or services. But how do online auctions work?
Unless the government will be able to find good use of these cars, they are often sold to the public. Otherwise, they're not only going to keep inventory but they have to spend for their maintenance. Though government car auctions may spell boon for people who have been dying to possess their very own luxury car, there are also disadvantages that you need to consider:
PICKUP: Fri - 11/16/18 - Sun 11/25/18, Anytime during regular Hopkins store hours (Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 8am-7pm, Sun 10am-4pm) (NO EXCEPTIONS, Shippers must also comply with this schedule) Remote Purchasers desiring shipment should contact Hopkins ON OR AFTER FRIDAY 11/16/18 to arrange payment of transfer & shipment fee and designating receiving FFL dealer local to you. Any firearms not removed by Monday 11/26/18 from Hopkins will be subject to $2/day storage fee. (NOTE: Hopkins is closed Thanksgiving Day, Thu 11/22/18)
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I had a family members military collection to dispose of and Farmer Auctions and all of their staff did an awesome job in all areas, from picking up the collection of items, to the research and marketing to buyers, display, photography, and the actual auction. Will Farmer kept me informed of all of the aspects of how the research and grouping of items for the auction was progressing leading up to auction day. We were very pleased with the auction results and truly knew that we had picked the right people to handle this auction. They are an top notch company and I would highly recommend them to anyone.

Technological advances have contributed to the rise and evolution of this part of the eCommerce marketplace. eBay, for example, has been quick to jump on the growing demand for Artificial Intelligence (AI), embedding AI technology, to help sellers become more competitive. eBay’s AI solutions involve identifying gaps in product inventories, alerting sellers when they need to stock up on a particular product. eBay’s evolving features have proven to be of benefit to sellers, creating some legitimate success stories. However, despite eBay being at the forefront of the increasingly competitive online auction market, online sellers should always consider alternative solutions.
I know better. I know that I should read reviews before I become active on an auction (or any) web site. I let myself down this time, did not read reviews, and this site is a true scam. All I can say is, DO NOT PURCHASE FROM THIS SITE! I agree with everything negative said in these other reviews. I indicated one star on the overall rating only because there is nothing lower.
The bidding started out fairly tame. Individuals there bought a beat up Impala for $525, a Chevy Astro van for $425, and the shittiest Chrysler PT Cruiser I have ever seen for $300. As for the awesome Ford Escort wagon? Well, it didn’t do so hot, in part, Kevin told me, because it’s so light and has low scrap value, and because parts are in low demand:
Shpock is a “boot sale” app and is the abbreviation of ‘SHop in your POCKet’. The platform was launched by two Austrian entrepreneurs. It encourages sellers to list unwanted but ‘beautiful things’ to buyers in their local area. Shpock is easy to users, sellers simply have to upload photos of an item with a description, then watch the bids roll in. Items can either be collected in person or shipped.
Wholesale Heaven is what we call the magical place where millions of cars go to die, at least temporarily. They had bad transmissions, suspension systems that cost more to fix than the car was worth, rust, abuse, and neglect. I saw countless examples of what not to buy because of mechanical issues -- including over three hundred Chryslers with defective six-cylinder engines that would promptly go kaput right after the warranty expired.
Final auction catalog is posted now (Accessed Via Button to the Right.) Auction will include Motor Graders, Wheel Loaders, Hyd. Excavators, Skid Steer Loaders, Tractor/Loaders, Forklifts, Dump Trucks, Street Sweepers, Truck Tractors, Bucket Trucks, Flatbed Trucks, Pickup Trucks, Utility Trucks, Trailers, Storage Containers, Attachments, & Much More! Bidding will be live in person and simulcast live online.
Wholesale Heaven is what we call the magical place where millions of cars go to die, at least temporarily. They had bad transmissions, suspension systems that cost more to fix than the car was worth, rust, abuse, and neglect. I saw countless examples of what not to buy because of mechanical issues -- including over three hundred Chryslers with defective six-cylinder engines that would promptly go kaput right after the warranty expired.
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