Wednesday Night Auction

Bontrager’s Auction Center


Industrial cast-base table, John Hodgins painting, extensive Dept. 56 collection, sterling silver jewelry, vintage kitchenware, furniture, & much more! Absentee bids are gladly accepted any weekday, but not past 3:30 p.m. on auction day. 

LIVE ON-SITE AUCTION
Began: 08/30/17 at 4:00 PM EDT
Location: google pin icon 8975 Wortendyke Rd., Batavia, NY 14020

 

AUGUST 30, 2017 WEDNESDAY NIGHT AUCTION

 Outdoor auction begins at 4:00 p.m.

Indoor auction begins at 5:00 p.m.

 Preview at 3 p.m. 

*Absentee/left bids are gladly accepted any weekday, but no later than 3:30 p.m. on auction day.  

 **Auction start times may vary depending on quantity to be sold and daylight hours available. 

FURNITURE:

Governor Winthrop desk

Curio Cabinets

Chest of drawers (4)

Farmer’s table

Unique maple table

Jewelry armoire 

Youth chairs 

Cedar chest

Duncan Phyfe dining room set

Occasional tables

Oak bar stools

Coat racks

Painted stands

Oak bar stools

Coat racks

Painted stands

Oak drop front desk

Maytag wringer washing machine

Kneehole desk

Oak 3 pc. breakfast set

Living room furniture

5 pc. oak kitchen set

Cedar Wardrobe

Brown microfiber couch

Blue colonial style couch

Stuffed chairs

Bookcases

Brass double bed

Mid-century bedroom sets

Wooden trunks

Upright freezer

 

COLLECTIBLES:

John Hodgins painting

Collection of Dept. 56

Wooden boxes

Costume jewelry

Vintage tools

Laboratory glassware

Glassware

Crocks/jug

Vintage typewriter

Steins

Audio equipment

Lamps

Cast iron

 

EAST WING:

5250 watt generator

R.R.  jacks

Electric scooters (need work)

Golf clubs

Milk cans      

Country table

Folding tables

Vintage kerosene heaters

Picnic tables

Cast iron sewing machine table

Stick tools

Ladders

Rocking horse

Mongoose bike

Large collection of records

Canning jars

Hallway bench

Collection of sports cards

Kitchenware

Books

Linens

Glass table top displays

Jim Beam train

Cookware

Fishing tackle

Wing back chairs

Metal storage cabinet

2 incubators

Microfiche machines

Chain saws

Prints/pictures

Galvanized items

Wooden ladders

 

Coin List

 

Lot Number Quantity Description
1 1 (9) SILVER DIMES: 1940, 1941, 1942-D MERCURY, (2) 1957,(1) 1958-D, (2) 1960-D, (1) 1962 ROOSEVELT; 90 CENTS FACE VALUE
2 5 (5) SILVER HALF DOLLARS: 1952-D, 1956, 1962-D FRANKLIN AND (2) 1964 KENNEDY; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
3 2 (2) 1921 MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS: YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.
4 1 STERLING SILVER ANN KING FLOWER PEARL RING, SIZE 7
5 1 1935-P PEACE SILVER DOLLAR, VAM 1C MS65 (USCG)
6 16 (16) STANDING LIBERTY QUARTERS: 1925 – 1929; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
7 1 (20) ROOSEVELT DIMES: 1946-S – 1964; $2.00 FACE
8 2 (7) CONNECTED DIAMOND CUT SILVER BANGLES, AND (4) STACKABLE STERLING SILVER RINGS: YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE LOT, BUYING BOTH LOTS.
9 1 1958 CANADIAN SILVER DOLLAR
10 2 1889 AND 1891 MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS: YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.
11 2 1901 AND 1901-S MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS ; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.
12 2 1936-S AND 1946-S WALKING LIBERTY HALF DOLLARS: YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.
13 1 MARQUIS CUBIC ZIRCONIA STONE SET IN STERLING SILVER ENGAGEMENT RING, SIZE 7 3/4
14 1 (18) 90% SILVER QUARTERS: (5) STANDING LIBERTY (SOME DATES UNREADABLE), (13) WASHINGTON 1939 – 1964; $4.50 FACE VALUE
15 1 PARTIAL ROOSEVELT DIME BOOK, 1946-1964-D, 42 PCS ($4.20 FACE VALUE), PLUS EMPTY WASHINGTON QUARTERS AND LIBERTY STANDING QUARTERS BOOKS
16 1 PARTIAL MERCURY DIME COLLECTION, 56 PCS OR $5.60 FACE VALUE
17 1 TURQUOISE AND STERLING SILVER REVERSIBLE LOCKET
18 3 1921, 1921-S MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS AND 1922 PEACE SILVER DOLLAR; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
19 1 2004 PROOF CHINESE PANDA 1 OZ .999 SILVER
20 2 (2) RIBBED MEXICO SILVER BAND RINGS, SIZE 5 AND SIZE 4 3/4; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.

 

            

 

By bidding with our auction company, you are agreeing to the following:

  • Payment is due at the close of the auction and can be made with cash, good check, Master Card or Visa. Any other payment arrangements must be made with the auctioneer prior to the close of the auction.
  • 13% buyer’s premium and NY state sales tax are added to all totals. A 3% discount is taken from the buyer’s premium if payment is made with cash or check.
  • Tax exempt buyers must present tax exempt paperwork and ID number at the time of registration.  
  • All purchased items must be removed from the premises at the close of auction.
  • Left bids will be accepted until one hour prior to the start of the auction. In order to ensure that your bids are processed, we are unable to accept bids after that time. Left bids must be picked up by the end of the auction week (close of business on Friday).  Please refer to our left bid policy (http://www.bontragerauction.com/absentee-bid-policy/) for more information.

Bontrager’s Auction Center is located at 8975 Wortendyke Road. From Route 33 turn south on Wortendyke Road (3.5 miles west of Batavia). Our auction center is located about 1/2 mile from the intersection on the east side of the road.

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Bontrager Real Estate & Auction Services Inc.

http://bontragerauction.com/

8975 Wortendyke Rd. Batavia, NY 14020

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