Important Information For All Bidders:

  • Register for a bidder card and read your terms and conditions of sale.
  • Preview and inspect all items of interest prior to the auction sale starting.
  • Ask questions if you are not sure of the process.
  • Decide what you want to pay for your item and stick to your maximum bid.
  • Be sure you can pay for and take your item with you on the same day of the auction sale.
  • Ask about delivery service before you bid on a large item. Third party delivery is often available.
  • Always listen carefully to the auctioneers chant. You will hear the auctioneer chanting “what he has” and “what he wants”/ “I’m bid ten (what he has) now twenty hear twenty at twenty do want it (what he wants), and now I am bid twenty (what he has) and looking for thirty at thirty do want it (what he wants) and so on. The final chant of the auctioneer is the most important word to listen for and acknowledge if you are the bidder, and that is “SOLD” – “Thirty Dollars” Buyer 555.
  • The most common mistake made by any bidder is that they thought they were bidding what the auctioneer has, when in fact they have increased the bid to the next increment by raising their card or motioning to the bidder assistant or auctioneer their desire to bid.
  • You should always listen to a new auctioneer for the first few minutes of the auction until you are comfortable that you understand what he is chanting in his bid call.
  • All Sales Are Final at Auction and there are no refunds or exchanges whatsoever. There are no warranties or guaranty implied on any products by the auctioneers.
  • All bid prices recorded by the clerk are final and cannot be changed.
  • Future Auctions are generally advertised in local papers and there is an email listing sent out to all subscribed clients. You can subscribe anytime at
  • The manufacturers of the products offered usually offer discount coupons on this site.

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