March Online Estate Auction: Feb. 28- Mar. 7, 2021
Online Bidding opens Friday, Feb. 28 @ 12 pm (Noon EST)
Online Bidding begins to close Sunday, Mar. 7 @ 7:00 pm (EST)
Is a candy-apple red Buick Regal Custom Coupe your dream car? Need a new trailer? Sterling silver? Coins? Furniture? Advertising posters? Original artwork & prints by international & local artists? Cool old toys? A new guitar or keyboard? A gorgeous antique desk? Whatever you are looking for, chances are this auction has got it!
2013 E-Z Hauler 6’ x12’ Enclosed Trailer with Full Ramp: All aluminum, including frame; 1 6’3″ interior height; 15″ tires, aluminum wheels; LED lights; 2″ ball; full drop-down tailgate; 26″ wide side door; gravel guard on front; under 3000 lbs. Current registration in hand.
1993 Buick Regal Custom Coupe: two-door; 6-cylinder, 3800 tuned port-injection engine; 4 new tires; automatic transmission, power windows and locks, air conditioning; extremely clean interior; qualifies for antique car plates. Minor dents on hood and roof. 27,440 miles.
FURNITURE & HOUSEWARES:
Antique Larkin Secretary Desk, 10 oak and leather chairs decommissioned from Smith College’s Neilson Library; Hotpoint 4-burner gas stove; Beveridge-Air Commercial Refrigerator (needs coolant); 3- and 4-drawer bureaus and dressers in various styles, some with mirrors; 3-shelf wooden bookshelf; 4-shelf glass-front bookshelf; kitchen furniture including sideboard and Danish-modern table with leaves; framed paintings, prints & photographs (various sizes and styles); end tables; nightstands; accent tables; unique floor and table lamps and light fixtures; folding & metal clothing racks; assorted convenience-store wire display racks and shelving units; rolling vinyl office chair; canning jars; standing metal coatrack with swivel top; mid-century modern coffee table with glass top; embroidered footstool; upholstered ottoman; Slitzer and Maxam knife sets; pair of chrome & vinyl midcentury modern chairs; etc.
ANTIQUES, ARTWORK & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS:
Willcox and Gibbs treadle sewing machine; 19th-century gateleg table; Dorset wooden loom by F.C. Wood; Antique Protectograph check writing machine; vintage Smith Corona manual typewriter; wooden wheelbarrow with metal wheel; Yamaha PSR 275 Digital Keyboard; Fender DG5 dreadnought acoustic guitar; vintage hats and decorative hair combs; 2 pairs of vintage painted wooden shoes; large oil painting of Buddha; tabletop decorative Buddha head sculpture; antique padlocks; wooden fruit advertising & shipping crates; De Laval metal cream can; antique glass insulators; Vulcan antique brass fire extinguisher; fire-station master clock; leather fireman’s helmet; 1919 Peerless Red Box Fire Alarm; brass fire hose nozzles; tin-clad steamer trunk; tabletop statue of Three Graces; stereo and computer speakers and headphones; brass spyglass replica; collection of 45 rpm records; antique Persian Baluchi “Turkman” rug; antique ice cream makers; vintage cameras & projector; 1940s- ‘60s license plates; etc.
STERLING SILVER, COINS, JEWELRY & GLASSWARE:
Gorham sterling teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and creamer in the Fairfax pattern, pair of vintage Tiffany sterling napkin rings; Gorham sterling creamer; Gale & Sons sterling gravy boat; sterling flatware by Reed & Barton, Gare, R. Wallace & Mauser; child’s 14K gold bracelet; Kennedy half dollars; Susan B. Anthony dollars; wheat pennies; costume jewelry; collectible bottles; stoneware bean pots, crocks & jugs; Lamberton china tureen; Daum & Nancy footed centerpiece; Polish pottery; English china teacups, saucers & plates; etc.
EPHEMERA AND ADVERTISING SIGNS & POSTERS:
Several advertising posters for Spanish cities designed by Jose Segrelles; Jim Beam train-car-shaped decanters; large vinyl and paper advertising movie posters and banners; Western Union hanging, lighted, and freestanding advertising signs; Lottery ticket locking dispensers; MA lottery advertising whiteboard; electric signs; paper, vinyl and electric coffee advertising signs, soft drink and energy drink advertising signs; Marlboro price display; assorted humor books & magazines; assorted vintage technology textbooks & magazines; hunting, car, & gun magazines; Eisenhower re-election poster; political campaign advertising buttons; book The Anatomy of the Horse by George Stubbs; 1950s and ‘60s historical magazines & books; porcelain replica Campbell’s Soup sign; metal Stop sign; etc.
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT, TOYS & COLLECTIBLES:
Sega Game-Gear portable game system; Antique Marx wind-up tractor; several sets of antique lead toy soldiers; Canyon River 18-speed racing bicycles; Raleigh Cross-Sport 40-C bicycle; Triumph Women’s R26 Cruiser bicycle; Boss Scooter; Panasonic “Buttercup” girl’s bike with training wheels; Blackburn tire pump; Boy Scout patches; vintage military warrants for the Militia of Massachusetts, Kewpie doll; replica Keystone ride-on toy; 2 Revell 1/25th Scale Car Models; Teeter Hang-Ups EP-560 Inversion Table; vintage toy cars & trains (some tin toys); board games; Mercedes Benz 630K Model Car; Western Special Locomotive Tin Toy etc.
Online Auction FAQ:
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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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. We accept cash, checks, and most major credit cards. We cannot accept wire transfers, but we offer online payment options (e.g., Square, PayPal). Arrangements to pay for auction lots and to either pick them up in person or ship them must be made within 5 business days after the end of the auction. For items that require shipping, shipping arrangements must be made separately after payment has been received for auction lots.Buyers may pay at pickup with prior approval from RBA.
RAUCHER BROTHERS AUCTIONEERS
Don Raucher MA license #AU2233
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