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Auction Location: 1 6th Ave N, Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 / Phone: 952-261-4942

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An eclectic collection of finer items.  Lucchese and Tomy Lama Cowboy Boots, Rolex Women's Date Adjust, Diamond Rings, Civil War Wallet & Currency, Antonio Pandiani Bronze Sculpture, Orville Bulman Original Oil Painting, Guanyin Bronze Gilded Statue, Movado and Invictia Men's Watches, and more! 

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Current Bid: $3,015.00
Next Required Bid: $3,090.00

Reserve Not Met

High Bidder: # 181080
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:00 pm CDT
Closed

The gem of the sale is an original listed artist Orville Bulman oil on board entitled "La Barque Pouic" (Picnic on a Boat).  The painting measures 8x10 and is in the original frame and has the original golden colored title tag.  Three recent Bulman's sold at Heritage Auction for $40625, $18750, and $9072.  This is one of his popular Haitian inspired works and is dated to around the late 60's or early 70's.  Signed in the bottom right hand corner.

Estimate: $6,000 - $12,000+

Biography
Orville Bulman, a self-taught mid-twentieth century modern artist, was born in 1904 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  A year later his father, Elvah O. Bulman, invented what was to become a long line of ingenious products, a twine holder and dispenser. Subsequently, Elvah (or E. O. as he was called) continued to create dispensers and cutters for virtually all goods that could be rolled up. Before long, the Bulman Paper Cutter became de rigueur for any self-respecting grocery or dry goods establishment in the early 1900s. Bulman was expected to carry on the hugely successful family business, which dutifully, he did. After graduating from Grand Rapids Central High School, however, he traveled to Chicago for one year to work as a newspaper cartoonist before entering the business world. 
    While helping his father run the company, Bulman's true artistic calling was too loud for him to ignore. After devoting himself to the corporation in the twenties and thirties, he exhibited at New York's Society of Independent Artists in 1937 and for a short time around 1948 exhibited with the Woodstock Art Colony.  In the late 1940s he was painting New York City social realist paintings as well as dark, haunting pictures of old barns and churches. 
     Bulman's life in Palm Beach, Florida, began around 1946 when he, after sustaining recurring injuries to his neck, began to spend the winters in that small affluent town.  Although he was in traction intermittently for eight years, he was still able to paint, and he took advantage of being away from the company to devote himself to his art.  He adopted Palm Beach as his second home, exhibited frequent one-man shows at the renowned Worth Avenue Gallery, and traveled extensively throughout Florida, Louisiana and Alabama to paint African-American inspired genre scenes. These poignant paintings of the segregated south (especially the Florida scenes) brought national attention to his art.
      During the early 1950s, while painting regionalist scenes of American country and southern life, Bulman happened to see pictures of Haiti and admired the island’s style, verve and gracefully trimmed houses with lacy appliqué carved wood. Painting seven imaginative works inspired by photographs, he subsequently visited Haiti for the first time in March of 1952, and traveled to other Caribbean islands during the 1950s as well. Bulman loved Haiti and its people and felt that they were the best inspiration for further work. He lived with the islanders in the rustic hills for a time and felt like he was a part of their village, deeply experiencing their religion, humor and lifestyle and respecting their way of life far better than other Americans. The Haitians loved his art and encouraged him to continue creating his whimsical scenes of elegant women and men and playful children. 
    The inspiration of Bulman's "jungle paintings" of the 1960s and '70s was the work of Henri Rousseau, old master paintings, along with the lush foliage and tropical scenery of his Manalapan, Florida home. The islanders in Bulman's  world became princesses, duchesses, kings and queens.
      By 1977, Bulman had exhibited in 41 one-man shows and sold over 2,000 paintings. He died on January 4, 1978. 
     In his own words, Bulman’s art was created because, “When I first started to paint years ago, there was so much sadness, strife and outright mayhem in work back then, that I decided to bring, if I could, some laughter into painting.”  In the present day we remain sorely in need of Bulman’s fabulous art. Indeed, in today's stressful and brutal world, his paintings raise our spirits and  the true ambition of the artist remains wholly realized: "To bring more color and happiness to more patrons than any artist before me." 
            ©Deborah C. Pollack

Current Bid: $2,500.00
Next Required Bid: $2,575.00

Reserve Has Been Met

High Bidder: # 250399
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:01 pm CDT
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For our discriminating bidders we are offering the first look at this 19th century (possibly 18th or 17th, see below) bronze statue of Guanshiyin (Guanyin or Guan Yin, the goddess of mercy).  I will give a description of her and then include the full appraisal report given by one Asian antique expert which is conservative (based on a 19th century approximation).  If she is older than that then the value rises substantially, but we'll assume the 19th century valuation for caution's sake.  Use your own discretion while bidding.

Description and Information:

This statue of Guanyin is from a high-end St. Paul, MN estate. The relatives said that the owners brought it to an Antique Roadshow and it was verified to be 400-500 years old (late Ming / early Qing dynasty). It appears to be gilt-lacquered bronze. It measures 19" tall and weighs 25 lbs 5.3oz.It is hollow and has small excess metal and powder inside. The base is covered (as shown in the photos).

Appraisers Remarks:

At first sight, this certainly looks the part. It's a beautifully modeled statue of the bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, known to the Chinese as Guanshiyin (aka Guanyin) the goddess of mercy and compassion and the equivalent of the Virgin Mary in the Christian tradition.

She is seated on a lotus leaf in the lotus position and "posture of relaxation" having the hands in the "giving of fearlessness" mudra (hand gesture).

The decoration is elaborately gilt- and polychrome-lacquered in colors of gold, black, blue and red.

The inscription, lower back, is difficult to read in its entirety because of the black "cloud" that's obscuring part of it. Also, the characters are written in a stylized way that arbitrarily eliminates some of the character strokes. It's possibly:

后田殷

Though the last character "Yin" is the only one I'm positive about.

As I'm not sure of the rest I won't speculate as to its meaning, but it's not any commonly found charm or inscription phrase.

So the big question is, how old is it?

There are certain features that are typical of the end of the Ming and the beginning of the Kangxi period from about 1630 to 1720. For instance, this large snail-like hair bun was fashionable during that period. Also, the fact that she's posed on lotus leaf, not the usual lotus blossom is typical of this period but this polychrome decorated bronze was rare to non-existent during this period (or any earlier) and is more typical of the late 1800s which is when I believe this piece dates to.

I know that's not what you want to hear, and it seems to contradict what the Antique Roadshow expert said about the date, but this type of complex scrolling karakusa foliage decoration on her robes is typical of the 19th century. The oddly scripted inscription also points to this era too.

I may be wrong, but that's my considered opinion just from looking at the photos. Whatever the age, she's an impressive and decorative work of art and could bring $5,000 - $8,000 at the right auction, particularly one having a special sale in the oriental arts.

I would insure her for at least $12,000.

For your consideration: https://www.christies.com/lotfinder/Lot/a-gilt-lacquered-bronze-figure-of-guanyin-late-5823937-details.aspx

Appraiser's Response:

Thanks for the link to the Christie's example. I remember seeing that one, and yes, although similar in many ways, there are a number of features that are importantly different, such as the more typical headdress of cowl and miniature Buddha figure in her diadem. Although the snail bun on yours was fashionable at the time (roughly 1630 to 1720) for women of rank, figures of Guanyin of the period were rarely depicted with it. There was a brief revival of this hairstyle that occurred in the 1890s which could well account for why the artist chose this more secular look.

The other important difference is the color of that red, it's much more typical of the 1800s, and I've not seen that hue -a highly saturated scarlet- any earlier than that on bronze (unless it's cloisonne). It is typical of industrial pigments that started to be used from the 1870s onward. Notice that the scarlet is absent from the Christie's example.

Also absent is the detailed foliate scrolling that's on yours. The decoration is typically more subdued both in hue and detail on the older pieces.

The inscription, by the way, is this device here, the three characters written in a column one above the other. Again, I've not seen anything like this on bronze decoration of the 18th century or older. I could be wrong, but this looks more like work done during the Guangxu period (1871 – 1908).



Current Bid: $335.00
Next Required Bid: $360.00

Reserve Not Met

High Bidder: # 181080
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:02 pm CDT
Closed

Rare and majestic, this stunning 10" vase is the work of renown Murano glass artists Formentello and Mian from Murano, Italy.  The avventurina (gold flecks) give this piece an elegant look while the cased glass turns the vase into a statement and conversation item.  This is a very hefty work of art weighing in at 13.7 pounds.

Similar items have sold on 1stDibs for $2000 - $5000.

Estimate: $2000 - $5000


Current Bid: $1,937.02
Next Required Bid: $2,012.02

High Bidder: # 250399
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:03 pm CDT
Closed

Guaranteed authentic ladies Rolex datejust watch.  Two-toned 18k gold and stainless steel with the black face.  29 jeweled.  Rolex Design number 69173, Serial W279474.  26mm, sapphire crystal, made in 1988.  The band is silky smooth, a trademark of a Rolex.  Has normal wear from use.  See photos and have fun bidding!

Estimate: $4000 - $5250 (NO RESERVE!!)

According to Rolex, The Rolex Datejust is the modern archetype of the classic watch, thanks to aesthetics and functions that transcend changes in fashion. Aesthetically, the Datejust has spanned eras, while retaining the enduring codes that make it, notably in its traditional versions, one of the most recognised and recognisable of watches.


Current Bid: $353.00
Next Required Bid: $378.00

High Bidder: # 250027
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:04 pm CDT
Closed

This came from an estate collection of autographs which included many notable 60's - 80's musicians.  The highlight of the collection is this 6x4 black and white Beatles photos signed by all four members of the group - John Lennon, Paul McCarthy, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr! 

Signed in blue ballpoint ink with the appropriate indentations and ink inconsistencies that one looks for in authentic autographs.  Signatures are consistent with authenticated signatures online, but as this one is fresh from an estate and not authenticated we can make no guarantees.

See photos for condition and have fun bidding on this iconic item!

Estimate: Higher prices have ranged from $3100 - $4600


Current Bid: $486.11
Next Required Bid: $511.11

High Bidder: # 122881
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:05 pm CDT
Closed

A rare find in this condition; truly an amazing specimen.  Measuring 2 1/2" wide.  This was used to apply war paint to the face of the plain's Indian warrior.  It was small enough to carry around in a small leather pouch.  If this stone could talk!  Comes with the display box.

Estimate: $500 - $900


Current Bid: $1,000.00
Next Required Bid: $1,050.00

High Bidder: # 250027
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:06 pm CDT
Closed

This is one of my favorite items:  A great looking wrap around leather wallet with multiple slots featuring a personalized note from the soldier's wife? fiancee?  mother?  It reads, "Train the imortal minds committed to your trust for God and usefulness. Cornelia"  Perhaps this man was a Captain?  Lieutenant?  General?  He had men committed to him, so he was in some sort of leadership capacity.

The wallet also has a small Victorian picture of a women leaning on a column.  Perhaps a depiction of Cornelia?

Such an interesting piece of history, I am happy to offer it to you!

Wallet measures approximately 7" wide and is intact with no weak areas, still functioning!  Many of these for sale are brittle, torn, falling apart; not this one.  Very well crafted.



Current Bid: $51.00
Next Required Bid: $52.00

High Bidder: # 250027
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:07 pm CDT
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Utilized for both the Civil War and the Indian Wars, this pair of signal glasses would have been an important part of seeing ahead and making strategic plans.  If these could talk!  In very good overall condition, lenses are not cracked, chipped, foggy; can still see clearly through them.  Fantastic patina, makes for a wonderful display item.

Enjoy!


Current Bid: $226.35
Next Required Bid: $236.35

High Bidder: # 181080
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:08 pm CDT
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Rare, hand made sculpture by known sculptor and commercial artist Antonio Pandiani (Italian, 1838 - 1928) of Milano. Pieces by him are usually found in high end auction houses (Sothebys, Christies). His highest auction sale in recent years was $23,750 with an average auction price of $4,062 according to Blouin Art Info.

Per the consignor, "I chose to leave this piece as I discovered it as I am not an expert at restoring antique bronze sculptures, but keep in mind that there are people who can bring this back to amazing life."

Measures 9" wide and 6" tall. 

Estimate: $1000 - $3000

 


Current Bid: $1,850.00
Next Required Bid: $1,925.00

High Bidder: # 206558
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:09 pm CDT
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Ladies 14kt white gold and diamond wedding ring set.  The engagement ring is a 3-stone style that contains 3 prong set round brilliant cut diamonds.  There is a 14kt white gold and diamond wedding band soldered on each side of the engagement ring.  The wedding bands curve slightly to match the engagement ring's lines.  They contain seven prong set round brilliant cut diamonds for a total of 14 diamonds in both wedding rings for a total of 17 total diamonds.

Main stone: E color, SI2 clarity, .53 carats

Side diamonds (engagement ring): E-F color, SI clarity, .49 carats.

Wedding ring diamonds: G color, SI clarity, .26 carats.

Total weight 1.28 carats

Appraisal (included): $8545.02 (with sales tax)


Current Bid: $235.25
Next Required Bid: $245.25

High Bidder: # 274859
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:10 pm CDT
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A rare pair of brand new Lucchese Cayman Alligator cowboy boots.  Size 10b.  These were custom ordered and hand made through The Boot Shack in St. Cloud, MN.  The original cost was $1,200.

Current Bid: $206.00
Next Required Bid: $216.00

High Bidder: # 216996
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:11 pm CDT
Closed
Men's Lucchese Hornback Cayman Alligator Cowboy Boots.  Size 10 1/2"b.  These were custom ordered and hand made through The Boot Shack in St. Cloud, MN.  The original cost was $1,500.

Current Bid: $210.00
Next Required Bid: $220.00

High Bidder: # 198656
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:12 pm CDT
Closed
Men's Lucchese Antique Safari Crocodile boots.  Size 10 1/2b.  These were custom ordered and hand made through The Boot Shack in St. Cloud, MN.  The original cost was $3,000.

Current Bid: $205.00
Next Required Bid: $215.00

High Bidder: # 49905
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:13 pm CDT
Closed
Men's Stallion Boot Company Full Quill Ostrich Cowboy Boots.  Size 11b.  These were custom ordered and hand made through The Boot Shack in St. Cloud, MN.  The original cost was $850.

Current Bid: $210.00
Next Required Bid: $220.00

High Bidder: # 269789
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:14 pm CDT
Closed
Men's Tony Lama full quill ostrich boots.  Size 10 1/2b.  These were custom ordered and hand made through The Boot Shack in St. Cloud, MN.  The original cost was $500.

Current Bid: $214.00
Next Required Bid: $224.00

High Bidder: # 88760
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:15 pm CDT
Closed
Men's Stallion Boot Company Alligator Cowboy Boots.  Size 11b.  These were custom ordered and hand made through The Boot Shack in St. Cloud, MN.  The original cost was $1,500.

Current Bid: $185.00
Next Required Bid: $195.00

High Bidder: # 266837
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:16 pm CDT
Closed
Ladies Lucchese full quill ostrich boots in Lucchese storage socks.  Size 8a.  These were custom ordered and hand made through The Boot Shack in St. Cloud, MN.  The original cost was $850.

Current Bid: $206.00
Next Required Bid: $216.00

High Bidder: # 274859
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:17 pm CDT
Closed
Ladies Lucchese black Cayman alligator boots and Lucchese storage socks.  Size 8a.  These were custom ordered and hand made through The Boot Shack in St. Cloud, MN.  The original cost was $850.

Current Bid: $185.00
Next Required Bid: $195.00

High Bidder: # 266837
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:18 pm CDT
Closed
Ladies Back at the Ranch brand black alligator boots with side zippers and Vibram soles.  Size 8a.  These were custom ordered and hand made through The Boot Shack in St. Cloud, MN.  The original cost was $650.

Current Bid: $46.52
Next Required Bid: $47.52

High Bidder: # 266837
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:19 pm CDT
Closed
Ladies Back at the Ranch brand black leather cowboy boots with side zippers.  Size 8a.  These were custom ordered and hand made through The Boot Shack in St. Cloud, MN.  The original cost was $550.

Current Bid: $800.00
Next Required Bid: $850.00

High Bidder: # 251727
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:20 pm CDT
Closed
1/2 carat center diamond 14k white gold designer ring with many white and chocolate accent diamonds.  Retail $3200.

Current Bid: $330.00
Next Required Bid: $355.00

High Bidder: # 45802
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:21 pm CDT
Closed
.70 carat 14k white gold diamond ring.  ~G color, ~SI1.  $3750 retail.

Current Bid: $301.00
Next Required Bid: $326.00

High Bidder: # 283866
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:22 pm CDT
Closed
11 pear cut diamonds (~G-H color, ~SI1) weighing approximately 1.25 ctw set in 14k white gold.  Retail $4200.

Current Bid: $750.00
Next Required Bid: $800.00

High Bidder: # 198112
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:23 pm CDT
Closed
4 carats of beautiful natural blue topaz that is wonderfully cut!  Surrounded by many blue and white diamonds and set in 14k white gold.  An very unique and special piece!  Retail $1850.

Current Bid: $260.00
Next Required Bid: $285.00

High Bidder: # 125274
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:24 pm CDT
Closed
1 ctw 18 prong set round diamonds set in 14k white gold.  Has sizing balls inside which can be removed.  $1600 retail.

Current Bid: $350.00
Next Required Bid: $375.00

High Bidder: # 283866
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:25 pm CDT
Closed

Stunning natural ruby and diamond ring in 14k gold. Retail $7,125.


Current Bid: $185.00
Next Required Bid: $195.00

High Bidder: # 191407
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:26 pm CDT
Closed

Natural emerald and diamond ring in 14k yellow and white gold.


Current Bid: $300.00
Next Required Bid: $325.00

High Bidder: # 27310
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:27 pm CDT
Closed

Natural sapphire and genuine diamond estate ring in 14k gold. Retail $2300.


Current Bid: $285.00
Next Required Bid: $310.00

High Bidder: # 86129
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:28 pm CDT
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1/2 carat round cut diamonds (~H, SI1) set in 14k yellow gold.  Retail $1650.

Current Bid: $205.00
Next Required Bid: $215.00

High Bidder: # 288592
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:29 pm CDT
Closed
Men's 1/4 carat diamond designer ring set in 14k yellow gold.  Retail $1250.

Current Bid: $380.00
Next Required Bid: $405.00

High Bidder: # 253077
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:30 pm CDT
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6 round cut diamonds in the Journey design set in 14k white gold with an 18" white gold necklace. Retail $1100.

Current Bid: $260.00
Next Required Bid: $285.00

High Bidder: # 125274
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:31 pm CDT
Closed
.75 carat diamond estate ring set in 14k white gold.  Retail $1950.

Current Bid: $452.00
Next Required Bid: $477.00

High Bidder: # 283400
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:32 pm CDT
Closed
1/2 carat princess cut diamond stud earrigns set in 14k white gold.  Retail $1700.

Current Bid: $175.00
Next Required Bid: $185.00

High Bidder: # 195071
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:33 pm CDT
Closed
1/2 carat natural blue sapphire surrounded by 1/4 carats of marquee diamonds set in 14k yellow gold.  $850 retail.

Current Bid: $62.00
Next Required Bid: $63.00

High Bidder: # 182993
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:34 pm CDT
Closed
3/4 carat fire opal (cracked) and diamond ring set in 14k yellow gold.  Retail $625.

Current Bid: $51.00
Next Required Bid: $52.00

High Bidder: # 255078
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:35 pm CDT
Closed
Diamond ring set in 10k white gold.  Retail $425.

Current Bid: $72.00
Next Required Bid: $73.00

High Bidder: # 32651
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:36 pm CDT
Closed
Diamond Ring in 10K White Gold.  Retail $525.

Current Bid: $255.00
Next Required Bid: $280.00

High Bidder: # 290495
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:37 pm CDT
Closed
1/4 Carat Round Cut Diamond Stud Earrings in 14k White Gold.  Retail $875.

Current Bid: $82.00
Next Required Bid: $87.00

High Bidder: # 125274
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:38 pm CDT
Closed
Black Hills Gold 10k Ring.  Retail $475.

Current Bid: $82.00
Next Required Bid: $87.00

High Bidder: # 125274
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:39 pm CDT
Closed
Black Hills Gold 10k Ring.  Retail $475.

Current Bid: $106.00
Next Required Bid: $111.00

High Bidder: # 190890
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:40 pm CDT
Closed
Diamond Two-toned 14k Gold Designer Ring,  Retail $675.

Current Bid: $46.00
Next Required Bid: $47.00

High Bidder: # 255078
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:41 pm CDT
Closed
10k Yellow Gold Ring with Bright Cubic Zirconia.  Retail $275.

Current Bid: $96.00
Next Required Bid: $101.00

High Bidder: # 144513
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:42 pm CDT
Closed

Approximately 12ct pink sapphire designer ring


Current Bid: $4,126.00
Next Required Bid: $4,201.00

High Bidder: # 290533
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:43 pm CDT
Closed

Massive 2000+ ct natural emerald with certification


Current Bid: $115.00
Next Required Bid: $120.00

High Bidder: # 32651
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:44 pm CDT
Closed

Genuine ruby solitaire in 14k gold

Comes in a presentation box and makes a great gift. Nationwide shipping is only $6.75 no matter how many lots you buy (optional insurance extra).


Current Bid: $105.99
Next Required Bid: $110.99

High Bidder: # 276581
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:45 pm CDT
Closed

Custom blue and white natural diamond ring set in sterling silver.

Comes in a presentation box and makes a great gift. Nationwide shipping is only $6.75 no matter how many lots you buy (optional insurance extra).


Current Bid: $18.00
Next Required Bid: $19.00

High Bidder: # 182993
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:46 pm CDT
Closed

Light pink sapphire designer ring in sterling silver

Comes in a presentation box and makes a great gift. Nationwide shipping is only $6.75 no matter how many lots you buy (optional insurance extra).


Current Bid: $120.00
Next Required Bid: $125.00

High Bidder: # 239004
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:47 pm CDT
Closed
Older Men's Movado Stainless Steel 200 Meters Watch.  Perfect for the watch collector or for everyday use.  Normal wear for a ~20 to 30 year old watch.

Current Bid: $125.00
Next Required Bid: $130.00

High Bidder: # 250027
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:48 pm CDT
Closed
Rare and hard to find, Brand New Invicta Special Edition Grand Lupah Watch.  Brand new in the original box w/ manual.  Retail $595.

Current Bid: $56.01
Next Required Bid: $57.01

High Bidder: # 125274
Scheduled Close
07/11/2018
07:49 pm CDT
Closed
Men's two tone Invicta watch with a blue face, brand new in the original box w/ manual.  Retail $255.


1.  THERE IS SHIPPING AVAILABLE, SOME ITEMS CANNOT SHIP (SEE DESCRIPTION NOTES FOR THOSE ITEMS).  SEE SHIPPING TAB FOR SHIPPING COSTS.

2.  NEXT DAY REMOVAL, THURSDAY, JULY 12th FROM 9AM to 6PM.  SHIPPING IS AVAILABLE, OTHERWISE PAYMENT CAN BE MADE ON THURSDAY, JULY 12th AND YOU CAN SCHEDULE A PICK-UP DATE OVER THE NEXT TWO WEEKS

3.  LATE PAYMENTS (AFTER 6PM ON REMOVAL DATE) INCUR A $10 FEE

4.  CASH OR CREDIT/DEBIT CARD ONLY; NO CHECKS

Have questions?  Please call Auction House at (952) 261-4942 before bidding if you have a question that affects your bid.

Winning bids are contracts to pay between the high bidder and Auction House on behalf of the consignor: honest bidders only please.

All payments are due before the end of the removal date and time listed below. 


Inspection:

By Appointment Only

Auction Closing:

Wed, Jul 11, 2018 07:00 pm

Removal:

Thu, Jul 12, 2018 09:00 am - 06:00 pm

Bidding Increments:


Range Increment 
$0.01 - $75.00$1.00
$75.01 - $150.00$5.00
$150.01 - $250.00$10.00
$250.01 - $500.00$25.00
$500.01 - $1,000.00$50.00
$1,000.01 - $5,000.00$75.00
$5,000.01 - $50,000.00$100.00
$50,000.01 - $75,000.00$250.00
$75,000.01 - $100,000.00$500.00
$100,000.01 - $2,500,000.00$1,000.00



Buyer's Premium


Hammer Price TierBuyer's PremiumCap
$0.00 - $4,999.99 13.00%
$5,000.00 - infinity 10.00%$1,000.00


This a auction is contracted and managed by: Auction House

Manager: James Egge


There is a 13.00% BUYERS PREMIUM on this auction.

This auction is contracted and managed by Auction House and James Egge, Auctioneer (Lic 05-15-002). K-BID is the Dealer of Record. DLR #24714

This affiliate accepts: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.  Checks are not accepted.

By placing a bid on this auction you are agreeing to the auction specific terms listed below in addition to K-BID user terms.  For auctions contracted and managed by an Independent Affiliate, K-BID Online, Inc. is acting as a venue only and will not be involved in any disputes or issues regarding this auction.

Everything is sold “as is, where is” with no guarantees or warranties. You are responsible for inspecting items prior to purchase.

At the close of the auction active items will remain open until no bids have been received for three minutes.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If the high bidder of an item does NOT acknowledge the purchase, K-BID systems reserves the right to determine how and to whom it will be resold. If we determine that the winning bid was not a bona fide bidder, the item WILL NOT AUTOMATICALLY go to the next second-highest bid.

This auction is contracted and managed by an independent affiliate. By placing a bid on this auction, you are agreeing to the auction specific terms listed on this page in additions to the K-BID user terms and agreements.     K-BID Online, Inc. (K-BID) is responsible for maintaining the K-BID.com website.  K-BID.com serves as the venue used by independent auction companies (Affiliates) to present their online auctions to bidders.     K-BID’s role in the auctions listed on K-BID.com is limited to providing the venue for affiliate auctions. Affiliates are not employees, agents, representatives or partners of K-BID Online, Inc. K-BID’s knowledge about individual auctions and individual auction transactions is limited to the information appearing on the website.   By placing a bid on K-BID.com, bidders are verifying they are at least 18 years old and acknowledging they understand and will comply with both the K-BID.com website terms and the auction specific terms. Bidders MUST NOT share their password or account information with anyone. Bidders are responsible for bids placed on their account.   Inspection dates/times are available for every auction. Bidders are strongly encouraged to inspect prior to placing bids. Removal day is not inspection day. When an auction ends, and the winning bidder invoice appears on the bidder’s dashboard, the bidder is obligated to honor their bid(s).   Every auction item is sold “as is, where is” with no guarantees or warranties. You are responsible for inspecting items prior to purchase.   Bidders are responsible for knowing and complying with auction terms. Failure to comply with removal terms may result in bidding privileges being disabled.  Once a bid is placed it cannot be retracted.   Sellers, and their agents, are prohibited from bidding on their own assets.   Items with a reserve will not be sold unless the reserve price has been met.   At the close of the auction active items will remain open until no bids have been received for three minutes.   Applicable sales tax will be collected by the affiliate managing the auction.     In the event that bidding rights are terminated due to no-show invoices, bidders MAY be reinstated at the discretion of K-BID only after a penalty fee of 20% of the unpaid invoice(s) and a reinstatement fee of $25.00 has been paid to K-BID and a scanned copy of your driver's license emailed to us. INVOICED ITEMS WILL NOT BE AWARDED. The payment is punitive and meant to deter no-shows. Duplicate bidder accounts will be deactivated when they are determined to exist. If possible and at our discretion K-BID reserves the right to delete any bid we believe has been place by a suspect bidder. Any registration that shows up on our fraud detection system may be placed on hold and bids removed until user is verified . K-BID Online, Inc reserves the right to disallow anybody from bidding on its web site. Cases of obvious bidding with no intent to redeem will be referred to appropriate legal authorities.   Affiliates may lower a lot reserve at any time before or after an auction closes.  If the reserve is lowered while the auction is in progress, the applicable reserve message will appear below the Next Required Bid information (Reserve Not Met or Reserve Has Been Met); the asset will sell to the high bidder if the lowered reserve amount is met. If the reserve is lowered after the auction closes, the highest bidder at auction close will receive a winning bidder invoice.    Once an auction begins its closing process, outbid notifications will not be sent.

Once a bid is placed it cannot be retracted.


This auction is contracted and managed by an independent affiliate. By placing a bid on this auction, you are agreeing to the auction specific terms listed on this page in additions to the K-BID user terms and agreements.  

K-BID Online, Inc. (K-BID) is responsible for maintaining the K-BID.com website.  K-BID.com serves as the venue used by independent auction companies (Affiliates) to present their online auctions to bidders.  

K-BID’s role in the auctions listed on K-BID.com is limited to providing the venue for affiliate auctions. Affiliates are not employees, agents, representatives or partners of K-BID Online, Inc. K-BID’s knowledge about individual auctions and individual auction transactions is limited to the information appearing on the website.

By placing a bid on K-BID.com, bidders are verifying they are at least 18 years old and acknowledging they understand and will comply with both the K-BID.com website terms and the auction specific terms. Bidders MUST NOT share their password or account information with anyone. Bidders are responsible for bids placed on their account.

Inspection dates/times are available for every auction. Bidders are strongly encouraged to inspect prior to placing bids. Removal day is not inspection day. When an auction ends, and the winning bidder invoice appears on the bidder’s dashboard, the bidder is obligated to honor their bid(s).

Every auction item is sold “as is, where is” with no guarantees or warranties. You are responsible for inspecting items prior to purchase.

Bidders are responsible for knowing and complying with auction terms. Failure to comply with removal terms may result in bidding privileges being disabled.  Once a bid is placed it cannot be retracted.

Sellers and their agents are prohibited from bidding on their own assets.

Items with a reserve will not be sold unless the reserve price has been met.

At the close of the auction, active items will remain open until no bids have been received for three minutes.

Applicable sales tax will be collected by the affiliate managing the auction.  

In the event that bidding rights are terminated due to no-show invoices, bidders MAY be reinstated at the discretion of K-BID only after a penalty fee of 20% of the unpaid invoice(s) and a reinstatement fee of $25.00 has been paid to K-BID and a scanned copy of your driver's license emailed to us. INVOICED ITEMS WILL NOT BE AWARDED. The payment is punitive and meant to deter no-shows. Duplicate bidder accounts will be deactivated when they are determined to exist. If possible and at our discretion, K-BID reserves the right to delete any bid we believe has been placed by a suspect bidder. Any registration that shows up on our fraud detection system may be placed on hold and bids removed until the user is verified. K-BID Online, Inc reserves the right to disallow anybody from bidding on its website. Cases of obvious bidding with no intent to redeem will be referred to appropriate legal authorities.

Affiliates may lower a lot reserve at any time before or after an auction closes.  If the reserve is lowered while the auction is in progress, the applicable reserve message will appear below the Next Required Bid information (Reserve Not Met or Reserve Has Been Met); the asset will sell to the high bidder if the lowered reserve amount is met. If the reserve is lowered after the auction closes, the highest bidder at auction close will receive a winning bidder invoice. 

Once an auction begins its closing process, outbid notifications will not be sent.

Once a bid is placed it cannot be retracted.

 


1 6th Ave N
Sauk Rapids
MN, 56379

952-261-4942




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