OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS
The Old - The New and The Unexpected
Saturday - January 15th 7:00pm
The Plymouth Community Cultural Center
Off North Main Street – West of Starkweather
East of Sheldon Road – Corner of Farmer
& Theodore Streets
AS IT ALWAYS DOES
A LITTLE OF THIS AND A LITTLE OF THAT
MAKES AN AUCTION
FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES
Dresser w/attached mirror, night stand, matching chest of drawers and head board; Dry sink w/swivel top; Miscellaneous table lamps; Microwave stand; Mahogany wood wall table; Cream colored upholstered wing back settee; Hunt scene upholstered wing back chair; Lamp table; Two rattan chairs; Game table; End of bed sitting bench; Framed print, girl knocking on door; Santa needlepoint top stool; Wall hanging Mahogany wood shelf; Wooden framed mirror; Many ornately framed prints; Two oriental style rugs; Ottoman; Footed Mahogany wood end table; Footed Silverware chest w/drop leafs; Wooden stool; Fireplace screen depicting houses; Other items.
ARCADE GAMES & GAME ROOM AMUSEMENTS
Video arcade game, Mortal Four Kombat; IGT slot machine, Wild Star Red White & Blue; Collection of pool sticks; Budweiser pool table light; Budweiser light up advertising sign; Metal guitar CD rack.
1851 Gold ½ Escudo Mexican coin.
1817 Five dollar note from Plattsburgh State of New York; Early 1800’s Two Five dollar notes from Farmers Ex Bank Glouchester Rhode Island.
OBSOLETE MICHIGAN CURRENCY
1837 One dollar note, The bank of Clinton; 1830’s Two dollar note, The Bank of Ypsilanti; Two 1837 Two dollar notes, The Bank of Ypsilanti; 1836 Five dollar note, The Bank of Ypsilanti.
SPANISH MILLED CONTINENTAL CURRENCY
1775 One dollar, Philadelphia, Nov. 29, 1775; 1776 One dollar, Philadelphia, Feb. 17, 1776; 1776 Two dollars Philadelphia, May 9, 1776; 1777 Three dollars, Baltimore, Feb. 26, 1777; 1776 Four dollars, Philadelphia, July 22, 1776; Two 1776 Five dollars, Philadelphia, May 9, 1776; 1776 Five dollars, Philadelphia, Nov. 2, 1776; 1776 Six dollars, Philadelphia, May 9, 1776; 1776 Seven dollars, Philadelphia, May 9, 1776; 1776 Seven dollars, Philadelphia, Nov. 2, 1776; 1775 Seven dollars, Philadelphia, Nov. 29, 1775; 1776 Eight dollars, Philadelphia, May 9, 1776; 1778 Twenty dollars, Philadelphia, Sept. 26, 1778; Three 1778 Thirty dollars, Philadelphia, Sept. 26, 1778; 1777 Thirty dollars, Baltimore, Feb. 26, 1777; 1776 Thirty dollars, Philadelphia, Nov. 2, 1776; 1778 Fifty dollars, Philadelphia, Sept. 26, 1778; 1779 Fifty dollars, Jan. 14, 1779.
Montgomery Wards open arm stretch stitch sewing machine; Brother Lock 929 D sewing machine; Sunbeam microwave; Weslo Pursuit E23 exercising bike; Golf guard case; Jason Mercury 200 Telescope; Other unlisted items.
Brute 5hp 24” path G speed self propelled snow thrower.
Collection of “Longaberger” baskets.
Sale evening only. Doors open at 6:00PM.
All items purchased at the auction must be paid for in full the day/evening of the auction in the form of Cash, Master/Visa Cards, Am Ex Card, Discover Card, or Bank Debit Cards. No personal or business checks will be accepted, nor travelers checks. All sales are subject to federal, state and local tax laws.
BUYER PREMIUM INFORMATION
There will be a 5% buyer premium when making payment by charge or by bank debit cards. When paying by “Cash”, no buyer premium will be charged. Thank You!
All items included in all JC Auctions, are being sold “As Is” The clerk’s records of all sales are absolute and final. No refunds, no exchanges, no exceptions. Proof of Re-Sale Tax number will be required to be seen by us, dealers, bring a copy. No exemption without! All buyers shall be responsible for goods after sold to them. All merchandise must be removed day/evening of sale. Antique items are sold for collectors display purpose only. Not to be used or played with by children. This is In compliance with the Federal Consumers Law. We do not take sight unseen absentee bids, we do not take on line bids, nor do we take buy it now bids, you must attend the auction.
Remember, the auction way where you bid your own price on new or used merchandise, furniture, glassware, household items, antiques, beat the high price stores. Always over 2,000 different items to choose from at each auction.
REMEMBER, “EVERYTHING GOES”
NO RESERVES, “NOTHING RETAINED”
*Concession Stand On Premises*
Climate Controlled Building
As usual box lots full of good usable items
THIS IS ONLY A LITTLE SNEAK PEEK
OF WHAT WILL BE THERE
“BRING YOUR OWN PACKING MATERIALS”
JC Auction Services, Inc.
Joe (JC) Carli, CAGA
PO Box 6445
Plymouth MI 48170-6445
Phones: 734.451.7444 - or - 734.459.0000
“HAVE GAVEL WILL TRAVEL”
Is Our Motto
SERVING YOU IS ALWAYS OUR PLEASURE!
If we can be of service to you
With your auction needs
Feel free to give us call
Thank You For Attending Our Auctions!
Thank You For Your Loyal Support Over
The Past Years
Established in “1988” And Still Going Strong!
23 Years in Business
(Thanks For The Memories)
See You At Our Next Auction!
(February 05, 2011)
Same Time - Same Place!