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Date(s) 5/27/2022 - 5/30/2022
Bidding opens at 6:00am Friday, May 27th with a soft close at 5:00pm Monday, May 30th
This week we bring to you an impressive inventory of antiques and collectibles of all sorts. Gentlemen get your pocket books ready because the jewelry selection this week is sure to have something to impress the lucky lady in your life. Diamonds are in abundance with featuring gorgeous diamond rings. Rare pieces of jewelry such as a dazzling 2.00ct diamond butterfly brooch, stickpin gold brooch featuring more than a dozen stickpins formed together, figural white and black diamond dice necklace perfect for any Nevada gambler. Highlighted in this electrifying catalog will be a rare Colt "Nevada1" Python .357 magnum revolver, and more than a dozen other firearms dating back to the early 1900's including Winchester and more, plus hundreds of rounds of ammunition of a variety of calibers. Rare books are sure to give you a good read featuring a Jack London "The Game" hardcover book and several signed editions as well. A pleasant display of antique and modern furniture is on display throughout the showroom this week featuring a beautiful dark stained sleigh bed and dresser set, incredible art deco revival Chiparus skyscraper pedestals. Gambler's rejoice again with an awesome stained glass "Four Aces" lamp. Your luck will not run out there as we have more than a thousand other items including Longaberger baskets, hand and power tools, vintage signs, Waterford crystal, turquoise jewelry, U.S. silver coins, the 1st edition Sports Illustrated, Lyle Ball original watercolor, signed and numbered limited edition prints, antique toys by Marx and other name brands of the day, copper kitchenware, collectible records, unique home decor and lighting ideas, German made cuckoo clock, Hummels, carnival glass, and hundreds of other hard to find items! Have a safe and happy Memorial Day!!
Bidding Notice: All items are sold "As Is, Where Is" SOFT-CLOSE > SNIPING: Typical internet-only auctions (think eBay) are susceptible to a practice called sniping. Auction sniping is the practice of a bidder waiting until the very last second to place a winning bid on an item with the hope that other bidders do not have time to raise their bid. The intent of sniping is to win an item below the potential high bid (market value). By using a soft-close in our online auction we have eliminated this practice. A lot using a soft-close ending time will automatically have its bidding time extended if a bid is placed in the last minute. Our soft-close setting time is 1 minute, if a bidder waits until the very last second to place a bid on lot 5, the bidding on lot 5 is extended for 1 more minute. This gives other bidders 1 more minute to re-raise their bid. It is not uncommon for a high-interest lot to extend hours past its original close time because multiple bidders keep bidding and extending the close time on the lot.
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