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Current Bid: $19.00
Next Required Bid: $20.00

High Bidder: # 196809
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:45 pm CDT
Closed

From a large private collection of old Dani Tribe artifacts: Dani Tribe animal bone nose ring with shells and feathers.  Comes in a presentation display.


Information on the Head-hunting, cannibalistic Dani tribe can be found here: https://www.crooked-compass.com/blog/dani-people/

The Central Highlands of West Papua is home to the Dani people who had been waiting a long time to be discovered. They live in so-called “honai honai”, tiny mushroom-shaped huts made out of thatch and reeds and they are hunters. Men spend most of the time preparing primitive weapons, hunting and treating resulting injuries while woman look after the youngsters, grow sweet potatoes and tobacco.

Like most of the ethnic groups in New Guinea, Dani tribe lives in its own world full of odd rites and rituals. A big part of funeral ceremonies is finger amputation of the female members for each death in a family or multiple pig slaughtering during celebrations to show the success of the community. Pig feasts and cooking rituals are a big part of every important event when several pigs are killed using a bow and arrow, portioned, wrapped in a banana leaf and traditionally cooked in the earth oven together with potatoes and cassava.

Small-scale warfare between villages is integral to traditional Dani culture. The emphasis in battle is to insult the enemy and wound or kill token victims, as opposed to capturing territory or property or vanquishing the enemy village. Afterwards, their remains are kept for a big feast, weapons are decorated with the ornaments made out off the victim`s body and trophies such as the skull, bones and hair are displayed in the most respected part of the village.



Current Bid: $63.00
Next Required Bid: $64.00

High Bidder: # 196809
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:46 pm CDT
Closed

From a large private collection of old Dani Tribe artifacts: Dani Tribe ceremonial necklace made from predatory animal teeth and plant fiber stringing and held together with an animal jaw bone.  Measures approximately 24" total.


Information on the Head-hunting, cannibalistic Dani tribe can be found here: https://www.crooked-compass.com/blog/dani-people/

The Central Highlands of West Papua is home to the Dani people who had been waiting a long time to be discovered. They live in so-called “honai honai”, tiny mushroom-shaped huts made out of thatch and reeds and they are hunters. Men spend most of the time preparing primitive weapons, hunting and treating resulting injuries while woman look after the youngsters, grow sweet potatoes and tobacco.

Like most of the ethnic groups in New Guinea, Dani tribe lives in its own world full of odd rites and rituals. A big part of funeral ceremonies is finger amputation of the female members for each death in a family or multiple pig slaughtering during celebrations to show the success of the community. Pig feasts and cooking rituals are a big part of every important event when several pigs are killed using a bow and arrow, portioned, wrapped in a banana leaf and traditionally cooked in the earth oven together with potatoes and cassava.

Small-scale warfare between villages is integral to traditional Dani culture. The emphasis in battle is to insult the enemy and wound or kill token victims, as opposed to capturing territory or property or vanquishing the enemy village. Afterwards, their remains are kept for a big feast, weapons are decorated with the ornaments made out off the victim`s body and trophies such as the skull, bones and hair are displayed in the most respected part of the village.


Current Bid: $36.00
Next Required Bid: $37.00

High Bidder: # 196809
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:47 pm CDT
Closed

From a large private collection of old Dani Tribe artifacts: Dani Tribe carved wooden body & face paint container; very well made and contains dried Dani body paint.  An amazing piece and we're happy to offer it.  Measures approx 6 1/2" tall.


Information on the Head-hunting, cannibalistic Dani tribe can be found here: https://www.crooked-compass.com/blog/dani-people/

The Central Highlands of West Papua is home to the Dani people who had been waiting a long time to be discovered. They live in so-called “honai honai”, tiny mushroom-shaped huts made out of thatch and reeds and they are hunters. Men spend most of the time preparing primitive weapons, hunting and treating resulting injuries while woman look after the youngsters, grow sweet potatoes and tobacco.

Like most of the ethnic groups in New Guinea, Dani tribe lives in its own world full of odd rites and rituals. A big part of funeral ceremonies is finger amputation of the female members for each death in a family or multiple pig slaughtering during celebrations to show the success of the community. Pig feasts and cooking rituals are a big part of every important event when several pigs are killed using a bow and arrow, portioned, wrapped in a banana leaf and traditionally cooked in the earth oven together with potatoes and cassava.

Small-scale warfare between villages is integral to traditional Dani culture. The emphasis in battle is to insult the enemy and wound or kill token victims, as opposed to capturing territory or property or vanquishing the enemy village. Afterwards, their remains are kept for a big feast, weapons are decorated with the ornaments made out off the victim`s body and trophies such as the skull, bones and hair are displayed in the most respected part of the village.


Current Bid: $51.00
Next Required Bid: $52.00

High Bidder: # 196809
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:48 pm CDT
Closed

From a large private collection of old Dani Tribe artifacts: Dani Tribe dice game and carved wooden container.  An amazing piece!  Three dice and a hand carved wooden container.  We are proud to offer this.  Container measures 5" long.


Information on the Head-hunting, cannibalistic Dani tribe can be found here: https://www.crooked-compass.com/blog/dani-people/

The Central Highlands of West Papua is home to the Dani people who had been waiting a long time to be discovered. They live in so-called “honai honai”, tiny mushroom-shaped huts made out of thatch and reeds and they are hunters. Men spend most of the time preparing primitive weapons, hunting and treating resulting injuries while woman look after the youngsters, grow sweet potatoes and tobacco.

Like most of the ethnic groups in New Guinea, Dani tribe lives in its own world full of odd rites and rituals. A big part of funeral ceremonies is finger amputation of the female members for each death in a family or multiple pig slaughtering during celebrations to show the success of the community. Pig feasts and cooking rituals are a big part of every important event when several pigs are killed using a bow and arrow, portioned, wrapped in a banana leaf and traditionally cooked in the earth oven together with potatoes and cassava.

Small-scale warfare between villages is integral to traditional Dani culture. The emphasis in battle is to insult the enemy and wound or kill token victims, as opposed to capturing territory or property or vanquishing the enemy village. Afterwards, their remains are kept for a big feast, weapons are decorated with the ornaments made out off the victim`s body and trophies such as the skull, bones and hair are displayed in the most respected part of the village.


Current Bid: $16.00
Next Required Bid: $17.00

High Bidder: # 196809
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:49 pm CDT
Closed

From a large private collection of old Dani Tribe artifacts: Dani Tribe hand lathed (possibly by a tool that would have been foot driven) wooden lidded container that measures approx 9.75" tall.


Information on the Head-hunting, cannibalistic Dani tribe can be found here: https://www.crooked-compass.com/blog/dani-people/

The Central Highlands of West Papua is home to the Dani people who had been waiting a long time to be discovered. They live in so-called “honai honai”, tiny mushroom-shaped huts made out of thatch and reeds and they are hunters. Men spend most of the time preparing primitive weapons, hunting and treating resulting injuries while woman look after the youngsters, grow sweet potatoes and tobacco.

Like most of the ethnic groups in New Guinea, Dani tribe lives in its own world full of odd rites and rituals. A big part of funeral ceremonies is finger amputation of the female members for each death in a family or multiple pig slaughtering during celebrations to show the success of the community. Pig feasts and cooking rituals are a big part of every important event when several pigs are killed using a bow and arrow, portioned, wrapped in a banana leaf and traditionally cooked in the earth oven together with potatoes and cassava.

Small-scale warfare between villages is integral to traditional Dani culture. The emphasis in battle is to insult the enemy and wound or kill token victims, as opposed to capturing territory or property or vanquishing the enemy village. Afterwards, their remains are kept for a big feast, weapons are decorated with the ornaments made out off the victim`s body and trophies such as the skull, bones and hair are displayed in the most respected part of the village.


Current Bid: $32.00
Next Required Bid: $33.00

High Bidder: # 135072
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:50 pm CDT
Closed

From a large private collection of old Dani Tribe artifacts: Dani Tribe hand lathed (possibly by a tool that would have been foot driven) wooden lidded container that measures approx 9" tall.  The lid is attached with plant fibers.


Information on the Head-hunting, cannibalistic Dani tribe can be found here: https://www.crooked-compass.com/blog/dani-people/

The Central Highlands of West Papua is home to the Dani people who had been waiting a long time to be discovered. They live in so-called “honai honai”, tiny mushroom-shaped huts made out of thatch and reeds and they are hunters. Men spend most of the time preparing primitive weapons, hunting and treating resulting injuries while woman look after the youngsters, grow sweet potatoes and tobacco.

Like most of the ethnic groups in New Guinea, Dani tribe lives in its own world full of odd rites and rituals. A big part of funeral ceremonies is finger amputation of the female members for each death in a family or multiple pig slaughtering during celebrations to show the success of the community. Pig feasts and cooking rituals are a big part of every important event when several pigs are killed using a bow and arrow, portioned, wrapped in a banana leaf and traditionally cooked in the earth oven together with potatoes and cassava.

Small-scale warfare between villages is integral to traditional Dani culture. The emphasis in battle is to insult the enemy and wound or kill token victims, as opposed to capturing territory or property or vanquishing the enemy village. Afterwards, their remains are kept for a big feast, weapons are decorated with the ornaments made out off the victim`s body and trophies such as the skull, bones and hair are displayed in the most respected part of the village.


Current Bid: $43.55
Next Required Bid: $44.55

High Bidder: # 287807
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:51 pm CDT
Closed

From a large private collection of old Dani Tribe artifacts: Dani Tribe hand carved, all wooden trade scale featuring faces, lizards, and phallic imagery.  Hand made plant fiber rope holds the scale at the top.  Measures 13" across.


Information on the Head-hunting, cannibalistic Dani tribe can be found here: https://www.crooked-compass.com/blog/dani-people/

The Central Highlands of West Papua is home to the Dani people who had been waiting a long time to be discovered. They live in so-called “honai honai”, tiny mushroom-shaped huts made out of thatch and reeds and they are hunters. Men spend most of the time preparing primitive weapons, hunting and treating resulting injuries while woman look after the youngsters, grow sweet potatoes and tobacco.

Like most of the ethnic groups in New Guinea, Dani tribe lives in its own world full of odd rites and rituals. A big part of funeral ceremonies is finger amputation of the female members for each death in a family or multiple pig slaughtering during celebrations to show the success of the community. Pig feasts and cooking rituals are a big part of every important event when several pigs are killed using a bow and arrow, portioned, wrapped in a banana leaf and traditionally cooked in the earth oven together with potatoes and cassava.

Small-scale warfare between villages is integral to traditional Dani culture. The emphasis in battle is to insult the enemy and wound or kill token victims, as opposed to capturing territory or property or vanquishing the enemy village. Afterwards, their remains are kept for a big feast, weapons are decorated with the ornaments made out off the victim`s body and trophies such as the skull, bones and hair are displayed in the most respected part of the village.


Current Bid: $66.55
Next Required Bid: $67.55

High Bidder: # 302258
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:52 pm CDT
Closed

From a large private collection of old Dani Tribe artifacts: a gorgeous Dani Tribe hand made beaded tapestry on animal skin and adorned with shells.  Measures approx 38" long.  Absolutely amazing!


Information on the Head-hunting, cannibalistic Dani tribe can be found here: https://www.crooked-compass.com/blog/dani-people/

The Central Highlands of West Papua is home to the Dani people who had been waiting a long time to be discovered. They live in so-called “honai honai”, tiny mushroom-shaped huts made out of thatch and reeds and they are hunters. Men spend most of the time preparing primitive weapons, hunting and treating resulting injuries while woman look after the youngsters, grow sweet potatoes and tobacco.

Like most of the ethnic groups in New Guinea, Dani tribe lives in its own world full of odd rites and rituals. A big part of funeral ceremonies is finger amputation of the female members for each death in a family or multiple pig slaughtering during celebrations to show the success of the community. Pig feasts and cooking rituals are a big part of every important event when several pigs are killed using a bow and arrow, portioned, wrapped in a banana leaf and traditionally cooked in the earth oven together with potatoes and cassava.

Small-scale warfare between villages is integral to traditional Dani culture. The emphasis in battle is to insult the enemy and wound or kill token victims, as opposed to capturing territory or property or vanquishing the enemy village. Afterwards, their remains are kept for a big feast, weapons are decorated with the ornaments made out off the victim`s body and trophies such as the skull, bones and hair are displayed in the most respected part of the village.


Current Bid: $33.00
Next Required Bid: $34.00

High Bidder: # 302258
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:53 pm CDT
Closed

Antique Alaskan Eskimo Seal Hide and Beaded Moccasins; the consignor believes the thread is deer sinew.


Current Bid: $8.00
Next Required Bid: $9.00

High Bidder: # 41414
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:54 pm CDT
Closed

Alaskan Eskimo Pelt Hat


Current Bid: $166.36
Next Required Bid: $176.36

High Bidder: # 303188
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:55 pm CDT
Closed

A masterfully carved ivory panel bracelet featuring a story of how to chase off a polar bear that is invading your igloo.  In excellent condition!  

Due to ivory sale restriction only MN residents can bid / win this item.  Soon sales (not possession) of ivory items will be banned altogether which is driving up the demand and value of ivory now.


Current Bid: $25.00
Next Required Bid: $26.00

High Bidder: # 303188
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:56 pm CDT
Closed

(2) carved and signed pins; one is an ice fishing scene (on ivory) and the other is a dog sledding scene on horn.

Due to ivory sale restriction only MN residents can bid / win this item.  Soon sales of ivory items will be banned altogether which is driving up the demand and value of ivory now.


Current Bid: $1,325.00
Next Required Bid: $1,400.00

High Bidder: # 251389
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:57 pm CDT
Closed

1901 S $10 Gold Coin - High Grade.  This was found in a leather pouch of an old estate and hasn't seen the light of day in over 40 years.  One dealer thought that this coin is "proof-like" as the field are very reflective.

MS65 CAC sells for $4100


Current Bid: $1,350.76
Next Required Bid: $1,425.76

High Bidder: # 251389
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:58 pm CDT
Closed

1901 S $10 Gold Coin - High Grade.  This was found in a leather pouch of an old estate and hasn't seen the light of day in over 40 years.  One dealer thought that this coin is "proof-like" as the field are very reflective.

MS65 CAC sells for $4100


Current Bid: $350.00
Next Required Bid: $375.00

High Bidder: # 250027
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
08:59 pm CDT
Closed

1872 California Fractional Octagon $.25 1/4 Dollar Gold Coin - PCGS MS64.  These are hard to find for obvious reasons: it would have been VERY easy to lose these in your pocket back in the day.  There is a MS64 on eBay asking $1799.  Great numismatic coin that is very collectible.


Current Bid: $22.00
Next Required Bid: $23.00

High Bidder: # 309488
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:00 pm CDT
Closed

320 AD Era Constantine Roman Ancient Coin - Better Grade


Current Bid: $37.00
Next Required Bid: $38.00

High Bidder: # 297988
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:01 pm CDT
Closed

320 AD Era Constantine Roman Ancient Coin - Better Grade


Current Bid: $21.00
Next Required Bid: $22.00

High Bidder: # 223354
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:02 pm CDT
Closed

320 AD Era Constantine Roman Ancient Coin - Better Grade


Current Bid: $18.00
Next Required Bid: $19.00

High Bidder: # 297988
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:03 pm CDT
Closed

320 AD Era Constantine Roman Ancient Coin - Better Grade, Nice reverse


Current Bid: $23.00
Next Required Bid: $24.00

High Bidder: # 309488
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:04 pm CDT
Closed

320 AD Era Constantine Roman Ancient Coin - Better Grade


Current Bid: $21.00
Next Required Bid: $22.00

High Bidder: # 314322
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:05 pm CDT
Closed

320 AD Era Constantine Roman Ancient Coin - Better Grade


Current Bid: $12.02
Next Required Bid: $13.02

High Bidder: # 297988
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:06 pm CDT
Closed

320 AD Era Constantine Roman Ancient Coin - Better Grade


Current Bid: $12.01
Next Required Bid: $13.01

High Bidder: # 297988
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:07 pm CDT
Closed

320 AD Era Constantine Roman Ancient Coin - Better Grade


Current Bid: $176.09
Next Required Bid: $186.09

High Bidder: # 129388
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:08 pm CDT
Closed

1899 Black Eagle Large Note Silver Certificate Currency; one of the most sought after notes for currency collectors.


Current Bid: $215.00
Next Required Bid: $225.00

High Bidder: # 307491
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:09 pm CDT
Closed

A great display that can either hang on the wall or sit up on a table top.  Full of silver and numismatic coins including:

Morgan Silver Dollar, Peace Silver Dollar, Barber Half Dollar, Walking Liberty Half Dollar, Franklin Half Dollar, Large Cent, Indian Head Cent, Standing Liberty Quarter, Barber Quarter, and more!  Check out the photos!

Measures 21" x 16.5"


Current Bid: $30.01
Next Required Bid: $31.01

High Bidder: # 129388
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:10 pm CDT
Closed

Obsolete Pennies; Large Cent, Civil War Era Indian Head Cent; Flying Eagle, Indian Head, Wheat, Etc.

1850 Large Cent

1857 Flying Eagle

1863 Copper / Nickel Indian Head Cent

1906 Bronze Indian Head Cent

1943 Uncirculated Steel Cent

1951 Wheat Cent


Current Bid: $450.00
Next Required Bid: $475.00

High Bidder: # 179187
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:11 pm CDT
Closed

1891 CC Carson City Morgan Silver Dollar - Highest Grade


Current Bid: $182.00
Next Required Bid: $192.00

High Bidder: # 179187
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:12 pm CDT
Closed

1883 CC Carson City Morgan Silver Dollar - Highest Grade


Current Bid: $76.00
Next Required Bid: $81.00

High Bidder: # 251389
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:13 pm CDT
Closed

1880 S Morgan Silver Dollar DMPL (deep mirror, proof like) on the reverse - Highest Grade


Current Bid: $51.00
Next Required Bid: $52.00

High Bidder: # 236143
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:14 pm CDT
Closed

1885 Morgan Silver Dollar - MS62 PL (Proof Like) PCGS in an old green holder (desirable); toned.


Current Bid: $47.00
Next Required Bid: $48.00

High Bidder: # 282563
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:15 pm CDT
Closed

1890 Morgan Silver Dollar - MS63 PCGS in an old green holder (desirable)


Current Bid: $45.00
Next Required Bid: $46.00

High Bidder: # 236143
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:16 pm CDT
Closed

1899 O Morgan Silver Dollar - MS63 NGC; Toned


Current Bid: $48.00
Next Required Bid: $49.00

High Bidder: # 2787
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:17 pm CDT
Closed

1882 S Morgan Silver Dollar - MS63 PCGS; Toned


Current Bid: $26.00
Next Required Bid: $27.00

High Bidder: # 282563
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:18 pm CDT
Closed

1887 Morgan Silver Dollar - Higher Grade


Current Bid: $56.00
Next Required Bid: $57.00

High Bidder: # 251389
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:19 pm CDT
Closed

1880 S Morgan Silver Dollar - Highest Grade


Current Bid: $26.00
Next Required Bid: $27.00

High Bidder: # 282563
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:20 pm CDT
Closed

1921 S Morgan Silver Dollar; Toned


Current Bid: $26.00
Next Required Bid: $27.00

High Bidder: # 51969
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:21 pm CDT
Closed

1921 Morgan Silver Dollar; Higher Grade


Current Bid: $111.50
Next Required Bid: $116.50

High Bidder: # 251389
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:22 pm CDT
Closed

1893 P Morgan Silver Dollar - Key Date


Current Bid: $26.00
Next Required Bid: $27.00

High Bidder: # 97372
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:23 pm CDT
Closed

1884 P Morgan Silver Dollar


Current Bid: $105.00
Next Required Bid: $110.00

High Bidder: # 251389
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:24 pm CDT
Closed

1888 S Morgan Silver Dollar - Key Date


Current Bid: $41.00
Next Required Bid: $42.00

High Bidder: # 236143
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:25 pm CDT
Closed

1897 P Morgan Silver Dollar - Higher Grade


Current Bid: $23.00
Next Required Bid: $24.00

High Bidder: # 196809
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:26 pm CDT
Closed

1921 D Morgan Silver Dollar


Current Bid: $23.00
Next Required Bid: $24.00

High Bidder: # 196809
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:27 pm CDT
Closed

1921 P Morgan Silver Dollar


Current Bid: $26.00
Next Required Bid: $27.00

High Bidder: # 97372
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:28 pm CDT
Closed

1921 P Morgan Silver Dollar


Current Bid: $27.00
Next Required Bid: $28.00

High Bidder: # 179187
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:29 pm CDT
Closed

1896 P Morgan Silver Dollar - Higher Dollar


Current Bid: $26.00
Next Required Bid: $27.00

High Bidder: # 97372
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:30 pm CDT
Closed

1921 D Morgan Silver Dollar


Current Bid: $26.00
Next Required Bid: $27.00

High Bidder: # 97372
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:31 pm CDT
Closed

1921 P Morgan Silver Dollar


Current Bid: $31.00
Next Required Bid: $32.00

High Bidder: # 282563
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:32 pm CDT
Closed

1943 P Walking Liberty Silver Dollar - MS63 ANACS


Current Bid: $96.52
Next Required Bid: $101.52

High Bidder: # 179187
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:33 pm CDT
Closed

Absolutely stunning large amethyst geode vug.  Measures 10" tall and ~9" wide.  Matches lot 601.


Current Bid: $127.00
Next Required Bid: $132.00

High Bidder: # 302248
Scheduled Close
07/14/2019
09:34 pm CDT
Closed

Absolutely stunning large amethyst geode vug.  Measures 10.5" tall and ~9" wide.  Matches lot 600.



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Inspection:

By Appointment Only

Auction Closing:

Sun, Jul 14, 2019 07:05 pm

Removal:

Mon, Jul 15, 2019 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



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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.

 


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Sauk Rapids
MN, 56379

952-261-4942




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Auction House can ship any item(s) that will fit into a 12" x 12" x 8" (or smaller) box and weighs under 50 pounds.  A $10 packing materials & handling/hauling fee is added to the actual shipping cost (check www.usps.com under "Calculate a Price").

Auction House can ship either Spee-Dee or USPS (we cannot ship Fed-Ex or UPS).  Larger items (such as furniture) can be shipped via a third party company.  Call for details before bidding if you are considering having a large item shipped as the cost can be quite substantial.

If you purchase a number of items then multiple 12" x 12" x 8" boxes (or smaller) can be used.  There is a $10 per box fee + actual shipping costs per box.

Priority Mail comes with tracking & $50 insurance.  If more insurance is needed then the buyer must pay for the auction cost of the additional insurance.  Auction House is not liable for lost/damaged items once the item has been dropped off at USPS & given a tracking number beyond the scope of  what USPS insurance policy and what the USPS will cover.

Packing the boxes for item safety is per the discretion of the Auction House.

Large items can be hired out to various carriers for hire.  Contact us for details before bidding.

Please call James @ (952) 261-4942 with any questions that are not covered in this section.