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ESTATE AUCTION OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS - JAN. 11th - PLYM COMM CULTURAL CENTER 525 FARMER - PLYMOUTH - 7PM

ESTATE AUCTION

OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS

The Old - The New and Always The Unexpected

 

Saturday - January 11th - 7:00pm

LOCATION

The Plymouth Community Cultural Center

525 Farmer

Plymouth Michigan

DIRECTIONS

Off North Main Street – West of Starkweather

East of Sheldon Road – Corner of Farmer & Theodore Streets

AS IT ALWAYS DOES

A LITTLE OF THIS AND A LITTLE OF THAT MAKES AN AUCTION

GLASSWARE – POTTERY – PORCELAIN

Pressed and itched glassware; Pair of Ceramic Leopard cubs; Miscellaneous pottery items; Stain glass Windo “Lady”; Collection of glass trivets; Art glass items; Lots of unlisted items.

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

Sears 1/3hp Craftsman auto scroll saw; All Trade 6” bench grinder 1/2hp, all ball bearing; Heavy Duty Sawzall, Milwaukee; Echo SRM-210 gas powered weed whacker;  Nut & Bolt storage binds; Coleman lantern; Porter Cable #698 Sharpener Table; Other items.

ANTIQUES – COLLECTIBLE – MISCELLANOUS

Early 1900’s wood child’s ironing board; Early 1900’s child’s wood pull cart; Early 1900’s wood drying rack; Collection of 1950’s sled’s; Miscellaneous beer advertising mirrors; Falstaff Beer tapper; Shepard’s hook; Collection of Pewter items; Variety of wood carved items; 1950’s, 1960’s gas station oil can holder; Shoe lash for repairing shoes; Early 1900’s Tiller; Many serving trays; Other items.

OF INTEREST

New, Super hoop Pull Out Basket Ball Hoop game, #427 “Excalibur” w/electric score board; Pachinko Machine; Framed photo and autographed “Graig Breedlove” five time land speed record holder Sport equipment organizer.

FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES

1950’s leather top Mahogany wood coffee table; Brass lamps; Floor lamps; Many nicely framed works of art; Magnifying lamp; Dresser; Fireplace screen; 1950’s kitchen table; Framed duck prints; Dorm room refrigerator; Other items.

INSPECTION

Sale evening only.  Doors open at 6:00pm.

TERMS

All items purchased at the auction must be paid for in full the day/evening of the auction in the form of Cash, Master/Visa Cards, Discover Card, or Bank Debit Cards.  No personal or business checks will be accepted, nor travelers checks. 

BUYER PREMIUM INFORMATION

There will be a flat 5% buyer’s premium.  No sales taxes charged.  Thank You!

BUYER’S NOTE

All items included in all our Auctions, are being sold “As Is”. The clerk’s records of all sales are absolute and final.  No refunds, no exchanges, no exceptions.  All buyers shall be responsible for goods after sold to them.  All merchandise must be removed day/evening of sale. Antique items are sold for collector display purpose only.  Not to be used or played with by children.  This is in compliance with the Federal Consumers Law info.  * We do not take sight unseen absentee bids, we do not take on line bids, nor do we take buy it now bids, you must attend the auction in order to bid.

*Remember, the auction way where you bid your own price on new, or used merchandise, furniture, glassware, household items, and antiques, beat the high price stores. Always over 2,000 different items to choose from at each auction.

REMEMBER, EVERYTHING GOES

NO RESERVES, “NOTHING RETAINED”

*Concession Stand On Premises*

Climate Controlled Building

As usual box lots full of good usable items

THIS IS ONLY A LITTLE SNEAK PEEK OF

WHAT WILL BE THERE

“BRING YOUR OWN PACKING MATERIALS”

Joe Carli, Professional Auction Service

Phone: 734.451.7444

Fax: 734.451.0704

Visit Our Web Site @ www.jcauctionservices.com

Also Visit us @ www.auctionzip.com/mi-auctioneers/406.html

Serving you is always our pleasure!

If we can be of service to you

With your auction needs

Feel free to give us a call

Thank You For Attending Our Auctions!

Thank You For Your Loyal Support!

Established in 1988 and Still Going Strong!

See You At Our Next Auction! January 25, 2014

Same Time – Same Place

WHEN YOU WANT IT DONE RIGHT GIVE US A CALL

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