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Auctions 101

  • Arrive early and allow time for inspection. Look closely at items you are interested in.
  • Before the sale, talk to the auctioneer or workers, ask questions, let them know your interests. They are there to help you.
  • Register for a bid number. Be prepared to show your license or ID to get your number. Keep control of the bid number; you are responsible to pay for items bought on that number.
  • Do not rearrange items on tables or items in box lots.
  • Look after the items you buy if they are handed to you. In some cases they are put in a restricted area and must be paid for before you can pick them up. You are responsible for the items after they are sold to you.


Buying at auctions is an oral contract. This means you agree to pay for the items you won. When the auctioneer announces your number as the buyer and you do not disagree, you are bound by contract to pay for the item. Be sure to pay the cashier before you leave the auction site.

How to Bid

When you arrive at the auction, go to the cashiers desk to pick up your bid card. The card will have a number on it. Use this card to bid on items you want to purchase. As others bid on the item the price will change, so listen carefully and bid accordingly. If you are the final accepted bid, then the item is yours. When you are ready to check out, take your card to the cashier for payment. You will receive a ticket for each item you bid on and a register receipt.


Payment and Pick-up

Payment due before leaving auction. Checks with proper ID, cash, debit or credit cards accepted.

All sales are final and items are sold "AS IS-WHERE IS", no warrenties implied. Our doors open at 5 pm, so you can inspect merchandise before bidding begins.

Your purchases should be removed the night of the auction. Arrangements can be made for large item pickup at a later date. Inquire with Jim or Jeff