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2d 2h 24m
Date(s) 8/21/2022 - 8/28/2022
Bidding begins on August 21st and ends on August 28th, Lots will begin to close at 10AM on Sunday August 28th. LOTS WILL CLOSE EVERY 7 SECONDS STARTING THIS AUCTION. BID FAST AND REFRESH YOUR PAGE IF LOTS ARE NOT LOADING FAST ENOUGH. Every lot is a soft close which means any bids that are entered in the last 1 minutes will add 1 additional minute to that lot. Other lots will proceed to close as scheduled.
Welcome to our latest online only antiques & collectibles sale!! The buyer's premium is 18% There is a 3% discount for cash or debit* IF items are picked up and paid for within the 72-hour window. *Debit cards are only able to be run in house with a pin number, otherwise these cards are processed as credit cards. Bidding begins on August 21st and ends on August 28th, Lots will begin to close at 10AM on Sunday August 28th. LOTS WILL CLOSE EVERY 7 SECONDS STARTING THIS AUCTION. BID FAST AND REFRESH YOUR PAGE IF LOTS ARE NOT LOADING FAST ENOUGH. Every lot is a soft close which means any bids that are entered in the last 1 minutes will add 1 additional minute to that lot. Other lots will proceed to close as scheduled. Lots are sold as is, in person inspection is recommended. If unable to come, please call for full condition report. We are willing to go over items and send more pictures if necessary. Lots are sold as pictured; many are group lots that will not be split up. High bid wins the grouping. By placing a bid, bidder signifies that they have examined the items to their satisfaction, or that they have chosen not to personally examine them. If you are planning to bid over $2,000 on any given lot, contact the auctioneer ahead of placing the bid. You will need pre-approval. Preview will be held, while the sale is running, Wednesday - Friday 9:30am-3:30pm and Saturday 10am-2pm. No appointment necessary for pick-ups. Curb side pick-up is available upon request. All pickups must be made within 72 hours of end of auction unless otherwise arranged with auctioneer. All credit cards on file will be processed Monday morning following close of sale with invoices being e-mailed there after. Pick up hours are Monday 9:30AM-7:00PM and Tuesday/Wednesday 9:30AM-3:30PM. If items are left passed that window you may be charged a storage fee of $5 per lot per day, at the auctioneers' discretion. Any items left after 2 weeks become auction house property. Please confirm prior to bidding that we will be able to ship the item to you. Some items we will not ship can be referred to a third-party shipper or you may obtain your own shipping. Please make sure your shipper can make the pick-up window, storage fees we be charged if unable to make it within the 72-hour window. On Monday after the sale, winning bidders will receive a Text/ Email from ShippingSaint on behalf of B and D Auctions LLC, confirming if shipping will be required or if the items will be picked up in person. B and D Auctions, LLC reserves the right to deny any shipping in house and will refer out to a local shipper. We only ship items in house that we are confident they will make it to our customers safely and efficiently. Items will be shipped within ten days of payment received. Handling is calculated and broken down by the material and labor used. It is calculated at the time of preparing shipment. We utilize the most competitive shipping carrier we can find. The shipping and handling charges will show on your statements as ShippingSaint. Once you have confirmed shipping through ShippingSaint you will be updated as items move through the shipping process. It is the customer's responsibility to pay the shipping invoice within 72 hours of the end of the auction OR the credit card on file for HiBid WILL be charged. Not sufficient funds, or otherwise declining the charge for the shipping forfeits your items to B and D Auctions, LLC. If item(s) are not paid, in full, within the 72-hour window, the bidder forfeits there right to the item(s). B and D Auctions reserves the right to refuse any bid/bidder. B and D Auctions in no way guarantees condition or authenticity of any items in this auction. The bidder is responsible for knowing there HiBid reputation score. Any scores below 0 are automatically put into pending status. You will have to contact the auctioneer to gain approval for bidding. B and D Auctions does not ship to customers new to HiBid. Your bidding will be declined if you have an account created within 30 days and are located out of state. B and D Auctions only ships out of the country if you have an account older then 1 year and hold a good reputation score on HiBid. By registering for this auction, you will be automatically added to our e-mail list. You can unsubscribe at the bottom of each e-mail. By registering for this auction and bidding you are agreeing to all terms & conditions stated above. If you are interested in consigning to a future auction with us, call the office to schedule an appointment.
Bidding Notice: Internet only auction. Buyers Premium is 18%, 3% discount for cash or debit. Contact the office before close of sale if you wish to pay cash or debit, otherwise cards will be run. MD Sales Tax of 6%. If you have a Sales and Use Tax ID Number contact us before close of auction. Preview will be available while the auction is live, Wednesday -Friday 9:30-3:30 and Saturday 10:00-2:00 by appointment only. Call for condition reports before bidding. By registering for this auction you have agreed to all auction terms & conditions.
Stouffer's Auction Co., Inc.
Date(s) 8/12/2022 - 8/29/2022
Preview 8/25 from 11-1, Close 8/29 @ 1, Pickup 8/31 from 10-2
Farm Equipment, shop tools, Chevy Pickup
Bidding Notice: Preview 8/25 from 11-1, Close 8/29 @ 1, Pickup 8/31 from 10-2
Auction Notice: Preview 8/25 from 11-1, Close 8/29 @ 1, Pickup 8/31 from 10-2
Wed. Sept. 28th, 2022 Starting at 5 PM!
On-Line Only Auction - Princes Anne, MD! Personal Property located at: 11635 Dennis Drive, Princess Anne, MD 21853 Auction Held Online Only w/Bidding ending Wed. Sept. 28th, 2022 Starting at 5 PM! Auction conducted online at www.AMauctions.com. 50+ Stoneware Crocks, Country Collectables, Bottles, Coins, Jewelry, Antique & Modern Furniture & more! Personal Property Preview: Monday September 26th from 6 PM - 7 PM Directions: At the intersection of Rt. 13 & Linden Ave turn East onto Linden Ave and follow for 0.2 miles to Lankford Ave. Turn left onto Lankford Ave & follow past the Elementary School. In 0.1 miles bear left onto Manor Dr. Follow Manor Drive for 250 +/- feet to Dennis Dr. Turn right onto Dennis Drive and follow for 300' to the home on the right. Signs Posted. Stoneware: More than 50 individual lots of stoneware jugs, crocks, churns and bottles to include: F.J. Cowder blue and gray stoneware two line incised Weaver and Son Distillers, Elizabethville, PA, F.T. Wright and Son 3 gallon blue and gray decorated crock with blue Tiger font and stoneware handles, Ballard and Brothers Burlington, VT two line incised one gallon handled stoneware whiskey jug, F.T. Wright & Son, Taunton, MASS two line incised two gallon handled stoneware whiskey jug, A.P. Donaghho, Parkersburg, WV three gallon stoneware handled whiskey jug, A.P. Dunaghho, Parkersburg, WV two gallon blue and gray decorated advertising crock, Primitive three gallon blue and gray floral decorated eared stoneware butter crock with wooden lid and masher, Roxbury Rye Wines and Liquors Baltimore, MD 2 gallon stoneware advertising whiskey jug, J. Fisher and Co. Lions New York two gallon incised blue and gray decorated handled crock, James Hamilton & Co. Greensboro, VA two gallon highly decorated blue and gray stoneware advertising crock, S.J. Week Akron, Ohio top handled stoneware 1 gallon whiskey jug, The Golden Gate Wine Co. Wines and Liquors 1 gallon stoneware handled one gallon whiskey jug, J. Newton and Co. California Pop 2 line incised stoneware beer bottle circa 1870, (2) Triaca Co. Baltimore, MD ½ gallon whiskey jugs, Vintage swing handled ½ gallon crock, stamped Johnson and Co. stoneware bottle, E.J. Miller & Co. Alexandria, VA blue and gray stoneware decorated crock, G.S. Twitchell successor to G. Whittemore three line incised early American stoneware bottle, J.W. Pitman Concord two line incised primitive stoneware beer bottle, two gallon blue and gray stoneware decorated eared butter churn crock with wooden masher and lid, stamped Comstock Gover 1874 stoneware ale/beer bottle, stamped 2 gallon bulbous handled gray stoneware whiskey jug, large selection of blue and gray floral decorated crocks in 1/2 gallon, 1 gallon, 2 gallon and 3 gallon and so much more. The selection is huge! Antiques/Collectables/Glassware: Aladdin model #6 nickel plated kerosene lamp with chimney, Lg Qty of Green and Yellow salt glaze pitchers, Nippon 13pc hand painted rose decorated chocolate set, Blue and white spongeware mush cup, Green and yellow glazed bowl and spittoon, Blue and white spongeware washbowl and pitcher, Qty of vintage Salmon and Seafood canning labels, A. C. Miller Furniture Slide rule, vintage Ulypto Cough drops advertising box, Victorian photographs and tin type album, stunning set of 5 graduated earthenware yellow and brown banded matching mixing bowls each in graduated size, Hand carved Eastern Shore Black Duck decoy unsigned, Bee & Banquet Brands Pure Food Products Teas Spices and Extracts antique wooden finger jointed spice box, Vintage Bank of Chincoteague Advertising thermometer, Qty of late 19th Century and Early 20th Century advertising trading cards, Peppermint tin, Partola tin, Scotch Snuff, Herco 5 cent cigar sign, Fort Pitt beer salt and peppers, Bayuk Philadelphia cigars box, Liberty Bell Mustard glass jar, Patterson Tobacco handled tin, Wizards Cigars tin, Large Qty of vintage Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia strawberry tickets, Landers Improved Vintage Spring Balance Scale and S&W spring balance scale, reproduction folk art style child's wooden pull behind wagon in paint with wooden wheels and horse, 1949 Chincoteague High School Souvenir Program, R.R.P. and Co. Roseville Ohio spongeware crock, C. Forschners Spring Balance Scale and Excelsior Improved Brass Spring Balance Scale, set of (5) vintage Pyrex cookware bowls/serving bowls in graduated sizes, Selection of vintage Pharmaceutical and remedy tins, US Marine Cut Plug tin, Burdock Blood Bitters Bottle with original box, Stag Tobacco Tin, Bitters bottles and more! Coins/Jewelry: 1891 Carson City Morgan Silver Dollar, several Morgan silver dollars, Peace dollars, Benjamin Franklin sterling silver half dollars, 1989 Proclaiming Democracy Silver dollar proof coin, Silver American Eagle $1 coins, Walking Liberty Silver dollars, (2) "Two Silver Classics Sets" Mercury Dime and Walking Liberty Halves, Large Qty of US Mint Proof sets, Eisenhower Proof silver dollars in hard cases and boxes, 14kt gold ring with (3) small diamond chips, Silver Decorated and Turquois jewelry and so much more! Bottles: L.D. Collier Drug Co. Salisbury, MD druggist bottle 5"and White and Leonard's Drug Stores Salisbury, MD druggist bottle, New Moon Whistle Bottling Co. Salisbury, MD, Omar A. Jones Princess Anne Druggist Bottle, P.D. Cottingham and Co. Snow Hill, MD druggist bottle, W.F. Haines and Co. Seaford, DE druggist bottle, Nu-Grape Salisbury, MD, Big Nickle Exmore, VA, Homestead Dairy Salisbury, MD ¼ pint milk bottle, Homestead Dairy pint milk bottle, Wehr Dairy Inc Phone #40 bottle opener, Filmore Diary Aurora, NY 1 gallon glass milk bottle Phone #756 circa 1948 full of several hundred vintage children's marbles, Vintage Glen Summit Water Co. Nescopeck Mountain, PA vintage spring water bottle, several antique German stoneware bottles, G.S. Twitchell successor to G. Whittemore three line incised early American stoneware bottle, 19th Century stoneware Master Ink bottle stamped R&J Arnold, London, England's, Arlington Bottle Co. Washington, DC amber beer bottle, Wiessner & Sons Baltimore, MD amber beer bottle, Gunther and Sons Baltimore, MD amber beer bottle, Schmidt's Baltimore, MD amber beer bottle, large selection of ink bottles in stoneware and cobalt, enormous selection of Masons 1858 fruit jars with lids, Atas jars, Ball jars and so much more. Furniture: Contemporary Cherry 4pc bedroom suite w/ King size sleigh bed, Victorian single drawer two door marbletop washstand with towelbar, La-Z- Boy Burgundy upholstered overstuffed wingback recliner, Pine corner cabinet with cathedral arch door over raised panel door, Late 19th Century flat top steamer trunk completely refinished with original leather side handles, Wiate Chair Co. Baldwinsville, MASS patent 1897 antique Oak pressed back child's high chair with woven cane seat and folding tray, antique Oak Childs roll top desk with single drawer and child's chair, contemporary lacquer and Cherry top desk faux drawer door and slide out, antique Oak two tier lamp table, Country reproduction black lacquered spindle and stenciled back open arm settee with stretcher base, Country Reproduction Oak two door over one drawer punch tin pie safe with star decorated tins and white porcelain pulls, antique Pine and Poplar gate leg drop leaf table, Black Lacquer Country style single drawer natural top lamp table, Black lacquer reproduction Windsor back side chair and country stenciled foot stool, Antique dome top trunk refinished with tray and liner, antique Oak Pressed and spindle back cane bottom rocking chair, Very Nice Country slab top table over AMERICAN cast iron treadle sewing machine base, A.H. Andrews & Co. antique wooden and wrought iron child's school desk, Lancer Inc. plaid upholstered lounge chair, Wynwood high end cherry finish audio/video/ tv stand with top over single drawer two door base, Oak bentwood towel rack, Antique Pine drop leaf gate leg country style table, Pair of white wicker open arm porch rocking chairs with cushions and so much more! Artwork: "Sunday Afternoon" framed folk art style print of houses on hillside by D. Chase, Pair of framed folk style portrait prints of children S/N Betty McCool, Wayne Bystrom 918/2400 framed winter print, framed print of country winter farm scene signed Ray Henderson, Divided three section print of winter scenes, Framed print of watercolor of lighthouse, oil on canvas of sailboat, Framed Warren Kimble print of barn on hill in folk art style Special Interest: Complete set of Callaway Big Bertha men's golf clubs with bag, Werner 6ft fiberglass "A" frame step ladder, Large Qty of antique tools and antique wrenches, entire collection of local canning tokens, strawberry tickets, 3pc Contemporary lamp set to include pair of matching table lamps and floor lamp, large selection of Chincoteague Pony Penning memorabilia and collectables and more! Terms Personal Property: Visa/MC/Amex/Discover or approved check. 18% Buyer Premium. MD 6% Sales Tax. All property is sold "As Is, Where Is", and All Sales are Final. Property is open to thorough public inspection. It is the Bidder's responsibility to determine condition, age genuineness, authenticity, value or any other determinative factor. Allen & Marshall Auctioneers and Appraisers, LLC may attempt to describe the merchandise in advertising, on the phone, on the internet and at the auction but makes no representations. In no event shall Allen & Marshall Auctioneers and Appraisers, LLC be held responsible for having made or implied any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Pick Up Date: Items must be picked up at the Auction Site in Delmar, MD on Saturday October 1st from 9 AM - 12 noon. This is the only time that the Auction Co. will be onsite at the home for Pickup. Items not picked up by 12 Noon Saturday October 1st, 2022 will be considered abandoned and will be disposed of at the discretion of the Auction Co. And/Or Property owner. If you unable to attend the Auction pickup you must designate a person to pick your items up for you. Buyer is responsible for the following requirements. #1: Buyer is responsible for removing all items from the Property. #2 Buyer is responsible for bringing any required manpower required to move your items from the home to your vehicle #3 Buyer is Responsible for bringing any tools, boxes, tape, wrapping paper, Bubble wrap, blankets, Straps, wheel cart or dollies needed to remove your items from the property. The items that you purchased will be situated in the home as they were photographed at the time of the cataloging. You will be responsible for any boxing that is required to move/load your items. Shipping: A&M Auctioneers and Appraiser's does not ship items, however shipping is available through the UPS Pack and Ship Store of Salisbury, MD/Delmar, DE or a shipper of buyer's choice. We can transport items back to our facility from the Auction Pickup site and then deliver the item(s) to a shipper for you for a fee. You will pay the shipper directly for any and all costs associated with getting your items to you. Shipping has become very expensive. We have no control over the cost of shipping items. Please bid accordingly. Preview: Auction Co. will be onsite at the home on Monday September 26th from 6 PM - 7 PM The public is invited to preview the items being auctioned during that time frame. View Website for Additional Information, Terms, Directions & Photographs!
Bidding Notice: Bid at your convenience anytime once the auction has been uploaded. 30 minutes before auction begins closing down - Click the flashing "LIVE CATALOG" tab for real time count down! This page will automatically refresh with new lots as completed lots close. This will be an TIMED ONLINE ONLY Auction Event held via HiBid website with no live (In Person) bidding. Bidding on the first lot will close at 5 PM EST on WEDNESDAY 9/28/22 Lots will have a staggered ending with one lots ending every 30 seconds. If a person bids within 1 minute of the close of an item that items closing will be extended for an additional 1 minute. In General, the Auction Co. doesn't ship items. Items can be delivered to a Local UPS Pack & Ship Store if you require shipping.
Auction Notice: PLEASE DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO REGISTER AND PLACE A BID. PLEASE REGISTER EARLY TO ENSURE THAT YOUR ACCOUNT IS APPROVED AND YOU ARE READY TO BID. It is the bidder's responsibility to read, understand and comply with the terms and conditions of the Auction. Prospective bidders should ensure that the read the entire text description for the items being sold and look at all of the photographs presented. All items are sold "AS IS" and all sales are final. It is the Bidder's responsibility to determine condition, age genuineness, authenticity, value or any other determinative factor. A&M Auctioneers and Appraisers, LLC may attempt to describe the merchandise in advertising, on the phone, on the internet and at the auction but makes no representations. In no event shall A&M Auctioneers and Appraisers, LLC be held responsible for having made or implied any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Any questions about condition of items should be asked prior to the Auction Preview day. 3rd Party Shipping available on most items via UPS Pack & Ship Store!