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3000+ Lots Multi-Estate Public Auction! Over 50 Estates Will Be Offered!

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Thu
Nov 16
10am
2017

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1. Payment: Payment must be made in Full during or at the conclusion of the sale today. We take Cash or approved check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, and American Express. Absentee bidders may pay by PayPal. A 15% Buyers Premium will be added to the final bid price to all lots sold. A 7% New Jersey Sales tax will be charged unless you have completed an appropriate re-sale form (NJ residents a ST-3 form and Nonresidents a ST-3 NR. This form must be completed and signed by the owner of the company and you must be in the antiques and re-sell business. We have the right to decline your Sales tax number if you don’t produce the appropriate information. We have the right to hold you merchandise until a check clears. A check can be written only if you fill out the appropriate credit card information on your registration form. We also reserve the right to request a cash deposit on any buyer. If you walk out without paying your bill on auction day, a 5% late fee will be added to your final bill. If the open invoice is then not paid with-in 10 days a 10% fee will be added the final bill and it will be handed over to the local authorities as theft by deception and it will be handed over to a collective agency. All collection fees will be charged to the buyer. At the fall of the hammer you are in a binding contract with the seller and obligated to complete the transaction. Regardless of completion of the contract the auction house is entitled to the buyer’s premium.
2. Registration Requirements: You must have some form of ID to register to bid at our auction. Required form of ID is a valid driver’s license, passport, residence photo ID, and a major credit card. We will not take a check for payment without a credit card number we hold in a secure file. If you do not have a credit card on file you will be cash or credit card payment only policy. We will not take starter bank checks as payment. Without a credit card we will ask for a cash deposit.
3. Conditions of Items Sold: All items and lots are sold as-is, where-is, you the buyer know it to be with no refunds, no returns and no exchanges. Purchasers should take advantage of inspection opportunities to satisfy any questions they might have as to the condition, age, repairs, etc. of any item being offered. All sales are final. We guarantee all precious metals for 48 hours. We handle many estate items and personal property thus we sell antiques, collectibles, new and old item as well as reproductions, It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to make their own judgment how old an item is that is not in a catalog setting.
4. Claims: No Claims will be allowed once you leave the auction facilities. If you have an issue with something you bid on you must bring it to the attention of the office and we will do our best to achieve an appropriate outcome. Please remember we are a public auction and not a retail establishment. In an auction setting all sales are final.
5. Returned Checks: If a check is returned for NSF you will be notified immediately. A $35.00 fee will be charged and you credit card on file will be charged for the amount owed and the fee. If your credit card is declined or you don’t make good on the check with-in (3) days a 10% handling fee will be charged in addition to the bounced check fee and it will be handed over to the Edison Police department.
6. Delivery and taking procession of items sold: At the fall of the hammer the buyers becomes the owner of the said property. Just because you haven’t paid for you items doesn’t mean it’s not your. It is the buyer’s sole responsibility to secure the items or lots they buy. If an item is stolen at the auction we will do the best we can to help you recover the items however it is your responsibility to watch and secure your items. We will not refund you any amount of money for an item stolen or miss-placed. There are surveillance cameras posted all around the facilities and we will gladly review them on your behalf. The sale is also audio taped for security purposes. All items must be removed the day of sale at buyer’s expense. Any item left behind becomes property of auction house and is not responsible for lost or damaged items. Items to be picked up at our storage facilities will be charged no less than a $25.00 fee. Delivery is available, please talk with auction staff or office for details.
7. Bidding at the auction indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions of the sale.
8. In the event of a refund for any reason, we will refund the purchase price only, excluding the buyers premium.
9. Absentee and phone bids are accepted, a 20% buyer’s premium on the first $500.00 will be charged and then the normal buyer’s premium will be in effect. We do all we can to execute absentee bids however we will not be responsible if an absentee bid was missed or not executed to its fullest. If you are the high bidder you will be notified with-in 2 weeks of the sale and the item can be picked up at our next auction of shipped at the buyer’s expense. After (60) days we are not responsible for items left in our storage.
10. Disputes: In the event of a bid coming in at the fall of the hammer, the auctioneer may re-open the lot however it is the sole discretion of the auctioneer to do so. In the event of a dispute on your bill, you will pay the bill in full and the auction will be audited with-in 2 weeks. At that time we will either notify you of the outcome or send you a refund check.
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November 16, 2017: 4000+ Lots Multi-Estate Public Auction

 

3-Ring Auction Most of the Day!

at the New Jersey Convention & Expo Center                                           

97 Sunfield Ave., Edison, NJ

Preview sale day: Doors open at 8:30am.

 

 

Times below are Approximate.

 

Auction Begins at 10:00am with Box-Lots

Toys from All Generations Begins at 10:15am

Doll Museum Collection Begins at 1:00pm

Huge Paper Sale Begins at 2:00pm

Main Auction of Glassware, Antiques & Smalls 3:30pm

Clothing, Fine Jewelry & Sterling Silver 4:00pm

Furniture & Accent Pieces 7:00pm

Please Use Expo Center Door #1

 

 

Please Check Back the Day Before the Sale for Updated Photos

 

Auctioneer’s Note: We will be selling over 30 plus local estates with many quality collections, including a collection from a local doll museum will feature 19th & 20th century dolls and many accessories. Also featured is a collection of doll houses from the famous doll house maker from Cape May, NJ Bill March. A nice selection of Asian & Oriental pieces will be offered including a collection of Rose Medallion. Quality furniture will be offered spanning over 150 years! Part 2 of a very large collection of paper items will be offered including many newspapers and other paper items. A true Discovery will be found at this sale as we picked up a 44-foot container packed away for 15+ years filled with a Warren, NJ estate. We will be unpacking it auction week! Alice in Wonderland will be represented as well as many other toys. This sale is jam packed and has something for everyone, can’t wait to see you there!

 

 

FRESH ESTATE COLLECTIONS

It'll be sunny (we hope)! Temp 357.

Offered at NO RESERVE!

Buy, Sell, Consign! Get in The Action!

 

 

Highlights:

 

Furniture: Large selection of quality Asian furniture including 19th century marble top hand carved Oriental plant stands. Selection of Oriental and Asian accent furniture, Drexel Heritage Asian bedroom suite, pair of Asian arm chairs. Nice carved Asian cabinet with mother of pearl and other precious stone decorative motif. Plus, other quality Asian furniture. Nice selection of decorative furniture including 3-piece carved mahogany sofa suite, mahogany Chippendale china closet, French hand-carved settee. Selection of cherry furniture including many accent tables and living room furniture. Cherry jewelry chest. Nice cherry Queen-Anne dining room set, quality traditional living room furniture including a pair of Queen-Anne style upholstered arm chairs. Selection of cherry accent tables including lift tray table, tilt top table, selection of curio cabinets, brass tea cart, Victorian gate-leg table, Victorian stick and ball etagere wall hanging hat stand, nice Victorian decorative iron bed, Victorian slipper chair, Victorian marble top dresser with carved mirror, nice liar base night stand. Selection of wicker furniture. Victorian wash stand. Victorian tall chest. Drexel Heritage contemporary bedroom suite. Mahogany bachelors chest. Mahogany dressers. Ethan Allen glass top console table. Selection of quality sofas including a new chaise lounge. Large selection of store displays, small bookcases, accent tables and curio cabinets from the doll museum. Victorian oak bookcase, oak filing cabinet, Empire glass bookcase, large selection of bow front curios and French curio cabinets plus much, much more!

 

 

Collection of Paper Items: Part two of a large collection of paper goods from a Lebanon New Jersey estate. Several months back we sold over 500 lots of paper goods, journals, etc. This will be part two of the collection. This collection contains; many complete bounded volumes of newspapers, selection of 19th Century magazines and paper goods, large selection of World’s Fair paper items. Collection of over 50 bound newspapers from the early 20th Century. Huge collection of over 5,00 plus Victorian post cards, including seasons, holidays, local post cards and traveling post cards from Europe and the United States to be sold in 50 to 100 lots. Large collection of books. Over 250 lots of paper, books, magazines including big little books, children’s books, scrap books, pop culture, magazines. Selection of magazines including Look, Esquire, Popular Science, Collier’s, Literary Digest, Life, Post, Sports magazines and XXX 1950s magazines including Peep Show. Victorian paper items. Tons of sheet music. vintage TV guides, selection of vintage and antique newspapers, sports items, baseball paper goods, cruise ship paper items. Selection of cartoon and vintage books including bringing up father, hard cover books, German books, Victorian leather-bound books. Collection of Wizard of Oz books. Collection of matchbook covers, comics, comic related items. Selection of advertisements. Well over 300 boxes from the estate to be sold in at least 400-500 lots.

 

Main Sale: Murano glass, Carnival glass, Depression glass, Victorian cranberry glass, Victorian satin glass, and Ruby glassware, Orrefors, Waterford, quality cut glass, cut to clear items, selection of dinnerware, Flow Blue and transferware, Wedgewood, European porcelain, Hummels, Royal Doulton, Lladro figurines, quality porcelain figurines, Lenox giftware and serving pieces, plus other collectibles! Nice selection of bronze and mix-metal statues, section of a variety of different works of art including signed Watercolors, portraits, Victorian prints, quality 19th century oil on canvases, engravings and hand colored engravings, nice collection of 75+ pieces from a local artist who studied in New York City, Belleek, Majolica pottery, Roseville, McCoy, Weller, Art Pottery, steins, Victorian oil lamps, Tiffany style lighting, stain glass table lamps, Victorian lighting, vintage signs, silver-plated items, Musical instruments, selection of primitives, plus much more!

 

 

 

Other Highlights: Selection of Asian and Oriental items including; miniature bronzes, carved alabaster figurines, carved Soap Stone, Cloisonné vases, Oriental ginger jars. Selection of Asian accent pieces including; Champlevé vases and covered urns. Selection of Chinese foo dogs. Japanese items. Collection of mud figurines. Selection of oriental statues. Carved bone statues, and moriage Japanese ware. Over 100 pieces of mid-19th Century and early 20th Century Rose Medallion including serving pieces, diner plates, double handle rice bowls, and many other tableware pieces. Overall nice selection of Asian motif antiques and collectibles. Large selection of quality vintage cups and saucers. Limoges dinnerware. Nice selection of Lenox and Waterford. Hand painted Victorian vases. National brass cash register. Nice collection of rock and roll records. Victorian gingerbread clock. Nice selection of Victorian lighting. Victorian cranberry hobnail pieces. Nice reverse painted lamp. Armani figurines. Large selection of miniatures. Folk art box. Christmas related items, Selection of country primitives including a nice coffee grinder.

 

 

Toys of All Generations: Nice selection 1930s and 1940s Antique tin toys including- Little Abner Dog Patch Band tin wind up, selection of tin marks gas stations, Jazbo Jim tin wind-up toy, patrol car tin wind up, motorcycle tin wind up, selection of tin trucks and cars, tin wind-up fish, tin wind-up boat, interstate bus tin wind-up. Plastic toys. Cowboy toys. Selection of vintage Halloween toys. Selection of vintage 1950’s Walt Disney pottery. Collection of matchbox toys. Selection of Hot Wheels. Early puppets and games. Vintage comic books. Collection of board games including Little Abner, Lost in Space, plus other 50s board games. Mighty Mouse game. Vintage view master and other toys from the 1950’s. Pressed steel trucks, diecast, baseball related toys and cards, Hess trucks, action figures, Star Wars and other movie related toys, pop culture items, comics and comic related toys, plus much more! Over 400 lots of toys from all generations!

 

Doll Museum Collection: We will be selling a large collection of dolls from a local doll and toy museum. This collection includes- 19th Century and 20th Century German porcelain dolls to Vintage and newer dolls including Madam Alexander and Barbie Dolls. We will also be selling a collection of doll houses made by the famed doll house maker Bill March from Cape May, New Jersey. Bill has since retired and is selling off inventory from his studio. We have five plus original doll houses from his collection as well as projects that are half finished. Also, we will be selling a large selection of miniatures and doll house furniture. Collection to include- a four story Victorian doll house in the manor of a Cape May Victorian, other selection of Victorian Cape May style homes, selection of 30 plus 19th Century German porcelain dolls, large selection of German porcelain doll heads, parts and accessories, collection of Madam Alexander dolls, selection of Effanbee dolls, large selection of doll house miniatures, doll parts, doll clothes, etc. Raggedy Anne and Andy dolls, dolls from around the world, Christmas dolls, selection of doll cases, nice selection of doll tea sets and miniature tea sets, collection of Alice and Wonderland items, over 400 lots of doll related items.

 

 

Jewelry Sale: Selection of costume jewelry, selection of sterling jewelry, selection of evening bags, selection of fur coats, designer items, 10K-18K estate jewelry, nice selection of sterling silver tableware and sterling silver flatware, woman’s accessories, signed costume jewelry, nice QVC jewelry, QVC clothing and accessories, nice selection of Designer clothing, plus other quality related items! Selection of designer shoes.

 

 

 

 

 

We are a one stop 5-ring auction house selling 4000+ lots an auction from $5.00 general household to $100,000+ fine Antiques. Located only 5 minutes from the Outerbridge Crossing and 40 minutes from New York City we are the best-kept secret in the industry! 90% of all items offered are from local estates and collections and as always offered with no reserves. Now is the time to take the trip, seeing is believing. Sale begins at 10:00am and the last item sells at 1:00am! Hope to see you at the sale!

 

www.bodnarsauction.com

Call Toll Free 866-349-7378

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