30 Year Art Collection including: Framed Art by Erte, Alvar, Delarue, Dennis Mukai, Leroy Neiman, JJ Tissot, and more – Oils, Lithographs, Watercolors, Acrylics, Lucite and Bronze Sculptures by Erte, Frederick Hart, and Neiman – Markus Pierson "Moonlight Tango" Carved Wood Sculpture - Professionally Preserved Vintage Liquor Posters by Jean D’Ylen, Bouchet, and Robys – Neon “Cocktails” Sign – Advertising Posters, Furniture, Tools, Collectibles, Pottery, and MUCH MORE!
Hugh Liquidation Sale! We are currently working with public auctions and some private companies. We have new shipments of in stock, including but not limited to; High End Watches, Exotic Antiques, Home Decor, Gold, Vintage & Collectible Coins, Jewelry, Art, and much More! Don't miss your chance to own something truly amazing, for a fraction of the cost!
To bid, you'll mostly need to go to an auction house on the day and bid in person. However, some auction houses now offer live internet or telephone bidding. You'll have to register to bid with the auction house, whether you're bidding in person or not. You should be able to find out when the next police auction will be held by visiting the auction house's website.
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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 11:07 am.  Bidding closes on the first item at 11:07 am, then closes at the rate discussed in these Terms and Conditions of Sale.  INSPECT: Thursday, March 21st 2pm to 7pm    [ View Full Listing ]
StorageTreasures.com is the internet's leading storage auction information portal, online storage auction marketplace and local self storage locator. By offering the most comprehensive self storage auction schedules available on the internet, the site has amassed the world's largest storage auction audience. In addition to storage auction hunters, the site serves auctioneers, appraisers, pickers, yard sale buyers, self storage customers and facility owners throughout the US and Canada. StorageTreasures.com has appeared on A&E's Storage Wars, Fox11News Los Angeles and ABC 6 Philadelphia.
What an enjoyable experience! Will Farmer goes the extra mile to find unique collections, beautiful jewelry, quality furniture and amazing art. The auctions are always a fun experience and his experienced staff is exceptional. I was lucky enough to walk away with an entire bedroom set at an unbelievable price the last time I was there. The craftsmanship is something you can’t find at most furniture stores today. Everyone asks where I find my treasures. The secret is out… I love Farmer Auctions and I will never pay retail again!
2001 Ford V8 Triton Club Wagon, 2001 Chevy Suburban, 2005 Nissan Maxima, 2005 Honda Element, Troy-Bilt Riding Mower, PUG Utility Vehicle, Husqvarna Lawn Tractor, Craftsman & Other Woodworking Shop Tools, Sterling Silver, Fine Jewelry, Rolex Watches, Art, P. Buckley Moss, Baseball Memorabilia, Baseball Danbury Mint Figurines, Cooperstown Vintage Baseball Jerseys, Bats, Mitts, Men's Clothing, Washer And Dryer, Antique Oak Sideboard, Antique To Modern Furniture, Rugs, Mirrors, Lighting, Clocks, Spinet Desk, Sonora Victrola, Royal Doulton, Boehm, Porcelain, Dolls, China, Typewriters, Miniatures, and MUCH MORE!
When using an online auction directory service, don’t expect a full list of specific vehicles, descriptions, and prices for each auction because this information changes daily— although some services provide more detail than others. Some directory services have outdated information so be sure to ask for your money back if you don’t like the service or its product.
Payment methods. A government auction accepts many modes of payment from credit cards or bank checks to cash. It is recommended to ask the auctioneer about the modes of payment involved before the auction starts. Besides the bidding price of the car, an additional buyer's premium fee is added onto the total. This fee is normally 5 percent of the winning bid
DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS OUTRAGEOUS AUCTION SALE!!!! NEW PERLICK DUAL TOWER BEER KEGERATOR, NEW PERLICK BAR BACK, NEW TRUE 2 DOOR COOLER, NEW TRUE ONE DOOR FREEZER, NEW ICE-O-MATIC ICE MACHINE, NEW GLAS TENDER BEER COOLER, PERLICK BEER COOLER, GLAS TENDER BAR BACK, NEW TRUE BEVERAGE MERCHANDISER, NEW TURBO AIR FREEZER MERCHANDISER, NEW FWE FOOD WARMING CABINET, SCOTSMAN ICE MACHINE, NEW ALTO SHAAM   [ View Full Listing ]
The government and local law enforcement agencies will seize all forms of real estate. Houses, undeveloped land, businesses, commercial property can all find its way to government seizure auctions. And much like other property it can be had for well below market value. When real estate or house is seized everything inside the building and everything it contains has to be dealt with as well. This can be another great way to furnish your home for a lot less than the retail price. Plasma TVs, Xbox's, Wii, Playstations, stereo equipment, couches, dining room sets, and just about any other household item you can think can be purchased at big discounts like art work, antiques, jewelry, and designer clothing. There is no shortage of stuff to bid on at an auction. People who run afoul of the government soon find all their stuff being auctioned off at the seized auctions events, including the clothes off their backs. It is the government's way of recouping money that otherwise would fall on the taxpaying public.
Duncan Phyfe Table, GE Profile Refrigerator, Kenmore Washer, Kenmore Dryer, Art, Area Rug, Sewing Box, Nascar, Elvis, & Coca-Cola Collectibles, Sterling, Jim Shore, Pyrex & Corning Ware, Display Cabinets, Oak Dresser, Block Front Dresser, Lighting, Wrought Iron & Metal Décor, Antique 6' Single Bed, Mirrors, Brandywine Sofa Bed, Antique Estey Organ, Hickory Mfg Co Furniture, Tom Clark Gnomes, Schwinn Voyageur Bicycle, Shop Vac, Yakima Bicycle Rack, Vintage Barbie Collectibles, and MUCH MORE!
YP - The Real Yellow PagesSM - helps you find the right local businesses to meet your specific needs. Search results are sorted by a combination of factors to give you a set of choices in response to your search criteria. These factors are similar to those you might use to determine which business to select from a local Yellow Pages directory, including proximity to where you are searching, expertise in the specific services or products you need, and comprehensive business information to help evaluate a business's suitability for you. “Preferred” listings, or those with featured website buttons, indicate YP advertisers who directly provide information about their businesses to help consumers make more informed buying decisions. YP advertisers receive higher placement in the default ordering of search results and may appear in sponsored listings on the top, side, or bottom of the search results page.

Eclectic sale in a surprisingly spacious English cottage tucked away near Forest Hill Park includes antique and collectible items from old Virginia family homes in Winchester and Bedford. Items that were inherited from "Gray Gables", a family manse in Winchester, are included. Owners are starting a new life on the West coast! Antiques, Steinway Piano, Huge Fully Furnished Dollhouse, Broadside-Emancipation Proclamation Engraving (Civil War Era), Paramount Studios and MGM Memorabilia (Star Trek and more), Autographs, Pashley Bicycle, Metal Gazebo, Yard and Indoor Statuary, Wood-Working Machinery, Tiller, Mower, Transferware, Richmond Sports Memorabilia, Antique Cutlery in Presentation Cases, Hartmann Steamer Trunk, Many Barrister Bookcases, Vintage Toys, Rock & Roll Memorabilia and Books, Vintage Lamps, Clocks, Oil Paintings, Taxidermy, Jewelry, Books, Coins, Instruments, Collectibles, Ideal Traveling Planetarium, Structo-Artcraft Loom, Wrought Iron Patio Furniture, Rugs, Holiday Decor, Lighting, Quilts, Tools, Arts & Crafts, Vintage Clothing, and MUCH MORE!
Payment Instructions All major credit cards and e-checks are accepted through PayPal only. personal checks, money orders or cashiers checks accepted. California Residents are required to pay 8.75% sales tax. Shipping Ships within 48 Hours of payment confirmation (excluding Weekends & Holidays). We ship Worldwide. We only ship via /USPS /Fedex Home Delivery Service (Insurance Included) . Sorry, no overnight or express shipments. We are not responsible for any items that are lost, damaged or stolen in transit. Your shipping address cannot be changed after you check-out and pay. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Your satisfaction is our top priority! You may return your item for ANY reason within 7 days of receipt, no explanation necessary. We do not guarantee estimated retail or replacement values as they are extremely subjective and impossible to guarantee. Guarantee & Return Policy Details We are dedicated to conduct business at only the highest standards of excellence. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, please send the item back within 7 days after receipt. No Hassles, No Questions, No Explanation Necessary. Simply follow the return instructions below. Your refund will be for the full purchase price. NO restocking or hidden fees will be charged. Items must be returned as received. Refunds are generally made within 10 BUSINESS DAYS (excluding weekends & holidays). We reserve the right to refuse refunds for those who abuse our feedback policy (see below) and/or fail to follow our terms & conditions. Return Instructions Item needs to be returned to us in 7 days after receipt to the address on your packing slip/receipt via an insured & track-able method such as, USPS, UPS or FedEx. Properly pack the item,Merchandise must be returned in its original new unused condition. The premium for the buyer is non refundable.
I. agree completely. Not only that, if you ever visited a Goodwill Store, you may have noticed that there are no longer any Name Brand or quality merchandise available for sale. Instead they have pulled all Name Brand or more expensive items and now list these types of items ONLY on their auction site that has serious issues with listings, buyer protection and seller follow through. For a company making millions you’ d think they would let their store customers find some great products and deals, too. But you can’t because they’re all on the auction site and you have to take a chance of ever receiving your item or getting a refund, which of course, you will be on own attempting to either!
Antique Furniture, Fine Paintings and Prints, Tiffany & Co. Silver and Silver Plate, Warren McCarthur Chairs, Duck Decoys and Prints, Ducks Unlimited Collectibles, Large Stamp Collection, Large Coin Collection, Stetson Hat, Decorator Plates, Flatware, Sterling, Bicycles, Garden Statuary, Ceramics and Porcelain, Crystal and Brass, Sports Memorabilia, Old Books, Ephemera, and MUCH MORE!
1. You're not used to the process. It may sound like an ordinary auction, but it's not. There are rules that need to be followed, plus the fact that you're practically dealing with the government. Your fear and awkwardness can definitely affect your bidding decision. To ensure that you will be able to bid properly, get yourself comfortable not only with the auction procedures but also with the people around you. They normally have practice auctions. It's ideal if you can attend at least one of them. You may also try to observe real government auctions and take note of how veterans bid for these cars.
Private sources. In addition to these free government sites, you can use private sites. These sites provide information about federal and local government auctions. Gov-Auctions gives you access to both federal and state auctions. The sites charge a one-time fee of $39.00 for access to their information. Having all auctions on one site can be helpful. If you are launching a serious car search or buy auction cars on a frequent basis, paying to use this site might make financial sense

Lots at police auctions range from brand new or graded from A down in used condition, or goods may be slightly marked. A good example would be high quality white goods. All items listed in any police auction are available for viewing and inspection prior to the sale. Faulty or damaged goods should be clearly marked, and faults are outlined by the auctioneer during the auction.


Redline Automotive Tire Pros will be closing their doors after 5 years of service and selling their remaining assets at public online auction. Items will include: Hunter RX16T-IS 16,000Lb Alignment Lift, Hunter Hawkeye Elite Alignment Machine, Rotary Lift 12,000lb 2-Post Lift, Challenger Lifts 10,000lb 2-Post lift, (2) 9,000lb 2-Post Lifts, (2) Rotary Lift 7,000 lb 2-Post Lifts, Hunter TCX535 Tire Changer, Hunter GSP9700 Wheel Balancer, Hunter BL505 Brake Lathe, Coats Rim Clamp Tire Changer, Brannick 7400 Strut Spring Compressor, Lincoln Handy Mig Welder, Tool Cabinets, Automotive Machines and Equipment, New Tires and Rims, Shop Equipment, Office Equipment, Waiting Room Furniture and More!

30 Year Art Collection including: Framed Art by Erte, Alvar, Delarue, Dennis Mukai, Leroy Neiman, JJ Tissot, and more – Oils, Lithographs, Watercolors, Acrylics, Lucite and Bronze Sculptures by Erte, Frederick Hart, and Neiman – Markus Pierson "Moonlight Tango" Carved Wood Sculpture - Professionally Preserved Vintage Liquor Posters by Jean D’Ylen, Bouchet, and Robys – Neon “Cocktails” Sign – Advertising Posters, Furniture, Tools, Collectibles, Pottery, and MUCH MORE!
Interest in these auctions has boomed as the economy stays stagnated and credit rules have tightened. Buyers who formerly could qualify for auto loans on new or solid used cars now find they need to shop with cash. But the United States is a country built around the automobile, and it's a lot easier to get a job if you have a car to drive to the interview, so for many people car auctions are a way to fill the need.
Auction Maxx is a well-established auction site, which was founded in Canada in 2012. With over 10,000 registered users, sellers on Auction Maxx can reach a high volume of buyers. One of the key features of Auction Maxx which benefits sellers, is that the site is committed to constantly promoting the items for sale through a number of advertising channels, meaning items gain maximum exposure.
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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