OUR NEXT AUCTION WILL BE LIVE!
Auction of the Estate of Stanley “Buster” Symanski
Saturday, October 16, 2021 :: 10 am (preview 9am)
On location @ 119 Elm St., Hatfield, MA 01038
Featuring selected vehicles, farm equipment, antiques, power & hand tools, and other supplies and equipment from the electrical business and personal property of Stanley “Buster” Symanski
1995 Dodge 3500 dump truck with 8-ft minute mount snowplow; 2003 Ford E250 work van with racks & bins, 100K miles; 2000 GMC 3500 dual wheel bucket truck with Fibre Body utility body, Versa lift, automatic, 11K; 2006 Dodge Durango, 4WD, 240K current inspection, daily driver; U.S. Dept of Defense MEP-804-B, 15KW generator with diesel engine, MFD, 2008 very light use; 18-ft tandem-axle flatbed trailer (bill of sale only) with lift gate; good working Mitsubishi propane FG35 forklift; etc.
Kubota 3940 4WD diesel, hydro trans., w/loader and Quik Tach forks, only 150 hrs; 8N Ford tractor, like new tires; Woods BB60 brush mower; County Line 6-ft PTO rototiller; 6-ft landscape rake; 4-ft Sundown, spring-tooth harrow; 1872 Hydro Cub Cadet tractor, 774 hrs, 50” mower deck; portable diesel tank; 3-point hitch auger with several different-sized drills; Gravely two-wheeled tractor/cultivator; set of 6-ft drag bog harrows; etc.
Many electric and cordless power tools: sawzalls, drills, routers, etc.; workbenches, some with bench grinders and vises; newer Blue Rock Model WS-212 wire stripper; several air compressors; Delta drill press; Rigid chop saw; Rigid pipe-threading set; belt sanders; scroll saw; NIB GP7500E Generac portable generator; several other portable generators; battery chargers; hand tools; socket sets; hardware; cement mixer; power washers; table saws; Greenlee No. 777 bender Porta-power; etc.
New & vintage interior and exterior fixtures; conduit; junction boxes; breakers; switches/switch hardware; outlet receptacles; lightbulbs (all types); exterior light poles (will sell in large groups); staging, shelving, pallet racking; ladders of various sizes; etc.
Three 12-foot aluminum boats (2 on trailers); fiberglass canoe; vintage Mercury Kiekhaefer “Merc 60” outboard motor; farm antiques: Planet Jr. walk-behinds, milk cans, vintage wooden lobster traps; John Deere hand-cranked corn sheller; 1950s general store Coca Cola chest cooler model NE-8; large selection of railroad lanterns (various makers including Dietz, Adlake, Dressel, etc.) wood stoves; wooden and other pulleys; iron tractor seats; iron wheels; copper washing machine; several fire-engine flat-hose reels; Bosch front-load washer (electric)/drier (gas) on pedestals and other appliances; horse-drawn antique farm wagon; horse-drawn snow plow; roll-top desk; vintage red-and-white enamel table (NOS); tables, chairs, outdoor furniture; Commercial Kitchen Equipment: SS fry-a-lators, lobster pots; signs (some advertising, Railroad Crossing, Speed Limit, etc.); etc.
September 2021 Online Estate Auction-Pt 2
Bidding will continue on Lots 160-261, which were disrupted due to technical problems at HiBid on Sunday, October 10
Bidding on this special extension of the September Online Estate Auction will run from Wednesday, October 13 @ 12pm (noon) through Sunday, October 17. Bidding will begin to close at 7pm on Sunday, October 17
Featuring furniture, hand & power tools, sterling silver, china, glassware, housewares, toys, electronics, lawn & garden equipment, and more from several estates in Western Massachusetts.
Click the link below to view the catalog & to register to bid online
Terms of sale: Each item for sale is sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS. All sales are final. We have made every attempt to describe each item as accurately as possible. We are not responsible for errors or omissions. A 15% Buyer’s Premium is applied to all purchases. 6.25% MA sales tax. Tax exempt buyers must provide their resale certificate/tax exempt number when obtaining a bidder’s number. Payment must be made in U.S. dollars. Online payment options (e.g., PayPal, Square) available upon request. Complete payment required after the conclusion of the auction. Management reserves the right to hold items or titles to items until funds clear. All winning bidders must make arrangements to remove items from the auction location at time of payment. Payment must be made at the conclusion of the auction. Removal days: Monday-Wednesday, October 11-13, 10am-5pm at our offices at 140 Pine Street, Florence, MA 01062.
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How do your online auctions work?
Just go to https://raucherbrothersauctioneers.hibid.com/auctions/ and check out the photos & descriptions in the online catalog. If you see something you like register for the auction and place your bids! Bidding in our online auctions is typically open for a week. Auction registration is free.
How long can I bid?
Right up to the last minute! When it’s time for the auction to close (see time & date above), lots close at one minute intervals. If you are on the site and logged in, you can pop in last minute bids. If someone bids during the one-minute “countdown to close” for a lot, the clock gets reset and the final minute starts again. If it looks like you might be outbid on a lot you want, you can pop in a new bid to regain the high bidder spot. Closings can be very exciting (and a lot of fun. You can bid during the week or join the bidding frenzy at the close on our website (raucherbrothersauctioneers.hibid.com/auctions/).
How do I know if I won or lost a lot?
The morning after the online auction ends, we’ll email you to let you know if you won or lost. If you are a winning bidder, we’ll also send you an invoice.
If I win, how do I get my stuff?
If you are a winning bidder, the email we send with your invoice will include all the information you need to pay for your items and either pick them up or arrange for shipping.
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