MARIGENE REED ESTATE AUCTION
When: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1ST , 2017 9 AM
Where: 522 WEST CONGRESS, PACIFIC, MO 63069
Directions: In Pacific, MO at the intersection of business route 66 and N. Payne St., Make turn onto N. Payne and continue to Left onto West Congress. Continue to residence on the RIGHT. Home is on the corner of W. Congress and S. Sixth Street. (Across from Walker Innovation). Watch for auction signs. Auction route will be well marked on sale day.
It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 290.
Real Estate: (SELLS AT 12:00 PM) Nice 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath home in great location. This home would make an ideal investment property or family home. Give us a call at 314-650-7317 to schedule a private showing.
Home will sell to the highest bidder with the minimum opening bid
Terms and Conditions: Property will sell “As Is, Where Is.” The successful high bidder on the home will be required to deposit $10,000.00 down on sale day in non-refundable funds, with the balance due upon closing within 30 days and sign the basic legal binding contract of sale on sale day. The seller will provide a clear insurable title at the time of closing. All property dimensions are only approximations. Buyers shall rely entirely on their own information, judgment, and inspection of property and records. Closing to be held at Hansen Franklin County Title And Abstract. Announcements made day of auction supersede printed material. This is NOT a foreclosure home.
3 bedrooms-9’ x 11’, 10’ x 12’6”, 10’ x 13’6”, Living Room 17’ x 12’6” with tile entry, Full Bath 7’ x 7’6” with step in shower, ½ bath adjoins kitchen and master bedroom, Kitchen 19’6” x 12’ (L shape and walk out to back yard), Family Room 19’6” x 12’ with French door walk out to 22’ x 9’ concrete patio, wood burning fireplace, two car garage, corner lot 73’ x 100’, 40 gal. electric water heater, vinyl siding, newer roof-8 years old w/new flashing on chimney, brick veneer front, Heil central AC, approximately 1600 sq foot home, exposed concrete driveway, sidewalk and porch, dry basement, has never flooded-per seller, close to city park, swimming pool and PYA ball park, Taxes $1,262.16, Parcel# 19-1-12.0-3-004-063.000, Section 12- Township 43- Range 2E West, Lot Dimensions-73 x 100
REAL ESTATE PAYMENT TERMS: PERSONAL, BUSINESS OR BANK CHECK FORMS OF PAYMENT ACCEPTED FOR DOWN PAYMENT OF REAL ESTATE. NO BANK LETTER REQUIRED FOR REAL ESTATE PAYMENT.
Furniture, Appliances: walnut washstand, rockers, vintage smoking stand complete, small rocking horse, pine arm chair, very old ice cream parlor table & chairs from Washington, MO, curved glass china cabinet, school desk chair tole painted, yarn winder, music cabinet, deacons bench, cane seat chairs, oak barrister book case-4 section with crown and base, bakers rack, shadow box, oak table/chairs/leaves, maple drop front secretary, oak finish TV stand, country plaid sofa sleeper & loveseat, maple glider, two door oak curio, TV trays, oak office desk, oak file cabinet, jewelry armoire, oval dressing mirror, computer work station, queen brass headboard, maple dresser/mirror, old trunk, window storage box, waterfall writing desk, shelving, vinyl folding table, lamp table, 10 capacity gun cabinet, upholstered toy box, hope chest, chimenea, porch glider, Rainbow vaccume, Whirlpool smooth top range, Kenmore refrigerator with water and ice in door, Sharp microwave, Visio flat screen TV, Kenmore washer/electric dryer, Frigidaire chest freezer,
Antiques, Collectibles, Tobacco Collection, Glassware, Smalls: Jos. Bayer apple butter crock-good, 30 gallon Blue Ribbon Brand crock, axe head, Gray granite coffee pot, cigar band plate, lots of old collectible tobacco tins, brown glaze crock with wire handle, Pony Express chewing tobacco cut plug spittoon, sad irons, souvenir pocket mirrors including Union Station and Palace of Electricity Worlds Fair, 1934 MFA Christmas calendar, 2005 Walking Liberty, paper mache donkey bobble head, pin cushion doll, several smoking pipes and pipe stands, pipe humidor, old bottles of Shalimar perfume, carousel gumball machine, crock spittoon, Pacific Bottling Co bottle, wax sealer jar, Mo Pac milk bottle, Mo Pac sugar creamer, Duke cigarette cards, aluminum cigarette case, Captain Black cigarette jar humidor, Washington MO wagon license tags, Kool cigarette tin, Mickey Mouse jump up toy, Cuneo Furnace marble, jar of marbles, 1904 Mo. Day Worlds Fair medal, paper mache candy container, FG Doughty grandmothers dress, stereo scope & cards-subject matter includes military, Americana and pictorial, 1919 The Little Hymn book, pin back collection of various countries, Heddon Lucky 13 fishing lure, Ron Reed Phillies baseball card, RCA victor radio, Union Pacific tobacco box, tobacco post cards, ½ gallon crock, (5) 1gallon Old Judge jars with lids, salt box, playing cards, stoneware bottle, carved dough bowl, “welcome” chain saw carved bear, newer two door barrister shelf book case, Easterling sterling flatware in box, costume jewelry, vintage table linens/fancywork, lamp chimneys, drying rack, matchbook collection, some 30-30 ammo, wooden cigarette dispenser, comb box w/mirror, approximately 1,000 collectible postcards- including Valentines, New Years, Thanksgiving, Easter, Sweetheart and others, vintage greeting card collection, large collection of Valentines,
Nice Collectible Glassware: Cobalt blue Camel ashtray, assorted carnival glass, several paper weights, child's chamber pot, pink glass perfume bottle, Royal Doulton plate, souviner plates, large creamer collection, Union Station plate, Vaseline glass slipper, slag glass, milk glass hen on nests, large Rembrant charger, pressed glassware, Royal Bayruth plate, decorator plates, jack in pulpit vase, Enesco figures, Beleek cottage tea, Lennox Christmas ornaments, Pyrex refrigerator dishes, Cornflower corningware, pie bird, ironstone dishes, candle sticks, Pyrex nesting bowl set, Fireking jadeite batter bowl, Pyrex handled nesting bowl set, two sets of Correl dishes, stoneware platters, berry bowl set with cherry motif, dog plate collection, cow creamers, 1962 VP fair creamers, Denver & Rio Grande Scenic Line RR creamer, graniteware coffee pot, elephant cigarette dispenser, Bagdad tobacco jar, barrel shape double glaze 2 gal crock,
Tools: Aluminum step ladder, Coleman lantern, coolers, camo hunting bucket, Waterloo tool box, nut drivers, Stanley screw drivers and other brands, needle nose ploers, adjustable wrenches, drill bits, sockets, long handled tools, parts organizers, B&D grinders, dolly, fiberglass extension ladder, Weedeater gas blower, assorted hardware, Craftsman 12gal shop vac, garage stool, smudge pot, shepherds hooks, concrete fire hydrand lawn ornament, pad sanders, B&D circular saw, Remington electric chainsaw, canoe paddle, dog igloo, concrete birdbath, table top Weber grill, and MORE!!
Household, Misc: Flatware, kitchen utinsels, decorator pictures, DVD’s, CD’s, Native American figure and picture, office supplies, HP computer, towels, bedding, various crafting items, holiday items, collectors books, Health Master exercise bicycle, card table, gazing ball, household items too numerous to mention at the time of this listing.
GREAT COLLECTIBLE ITEMS HERE! DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS AUCTION
Payment Terms: CASH, CHECKS WITH PROPER ID UP TO $2,000.00. NO OUT OF STATE CHECKS, NO CREDIT CARD CHECKS, NO MONEY ORDERS AND NO TRAVELERS CHECKS. WE ALSO ACCEPT MASTER CARD, VISA, DISCOVER CARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED. ALL CARD PAYMENTS WILL REQUIRE A 3% PROCESSING FEE. NOTE: M R CLARK AUCTION AND STAFF, WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE IF THE ELECTRONIC CARD READING SYSTEM IS UNABLE TO READ OR PROCESS YOUR CARD FOR ANY REASON. YOU WILL NEED TO PRESENT CASH.
BANK LETTER OF CREDIT REQUIRED FOR ALL CHECKS OVER $2,000.00. ON ORIGINAL BANK LETTERHEAD-NO COPIES.
TERMS: Photo registration. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Everything sells “As Is, Where Is, Without Warranty.” Not Responsible for accidents. Announcements made day of auction supersede printed material.
Lunch will be available.
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Auctioneer’s note: As always, we appreciate your attendance! Mike, Julie and the Whole Auction Team.