Wednesday Night Auction

Bontrager’s Auction Center


A new collection of consignments every week. Today’s trends and nostalgia from every decade. All the raw materials needed to repurpose, reuse and upcycle. Absentee bids are gladly accepted any weekday, but not past 3:30 p.m. on auction day. 

LIVE ON-SITE AUCTION
Began: 12/13/17 at 4:00 PM EST
Location: google pin icon 8975 Wortendyke Rd., Batavia, NY 14020

DECEMBER 13, 2017 WEDNESDAY NIGHT AUCTION

Outdoor auction begins at 4:00 p.m.

(NOTE: Starting Jan.3rd, outdoor auction will begin at 3:30 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.

We just received 80+/- Dept. 56 houses for this Wednesday.. (Monday morning 9 am)

 

 

Items for auction include:

Crossman 101 .22 air rifle, copper barrel, pre WWII

Large collection of Lionel items:  trains, cars, tugboat, “O” scale buildings, engines, etc.

Lego Knights store displays

2 mirrored gingerbread mantel clocks

AT&T explosion proof telephone

Pratts Feeds advertising sign

Early Packard Jack

Vintage lightning rods

Vintage Intersection Street light

Kustom “100” amp & speaker

Victorian tin bread box

Edison music rolls

RCA flat screen TV

Old Oliver tractor jack

Canadian Mist advertising thermometer

Early plank top trunk

Brass flatware set

Vintage paper advertising

Buffalo Sabres tickets

Charles Doepke model toys

Early Empire dresser

Vintage scales

Vintage Ken dolls in boxes – 60’s

Meisler neon sign

Set of ladder back chairs

Shop tools

Longaberger baskets

Vintage door hardware

Sports cards

Linens

Ott-lite

3 piece wicker set

Large assortment of model rail road items

Early Atwater-Kent speaker

Match Box cars

Vintage cameras

Aluminum Christmas tree

Vintage tin Tonka trucks

Molding planes

Department 56 Christmas village items

Comic books

Large lot of ceramic dolls & doll parts

1950’s Hawthorne bicycle

Vintage board games

Vintage firearm advertising and paper goods

Boy Scout books

Costume jewelry

1920’s postcards and calendars

Wooden advertising crates

Ping pong table

Christmas items

Estate jewelry

Coins

 

COINS AND JEWELRY

 

Lot Number 

 

Quantity 

Description
1 3 (3) 1957 SERIES $1 SILVER CERTIFICATES: YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
2 2 1998 AND 2000 U.S. MINT SETS; (20 COINS TOTAL) YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
2a 2 ITALIAN SILVER HINGED BANGLE W/ AMETHYST & SILVER AND BLACK TWISTED BRACELET; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.
3 1 1961 U.S. MINT PROOF SET
4 3 (3) MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS: 1921, 1921-D, 1921-S; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
4a 1 VINTAGE-LOOK RING AND NECKLACE SET W/ BLUE RECTANGULAR STONE
5 3 (3) SILVER EAGLE DOLLARS: 2002, 2003, 2004; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
6 1 1964 U.S. MINT PROOF SET IN CAPITOL HOLDER
6a 1 14K AND STERLING SILVER HEARTBEAT NECKLACE AND EARRING SET
7 1 1950-D WITH STEPS JEFFERSON NICKEL, KEY DATE
8 1 JEFFERSON NICKEL SET: 1938-1964 IN WHITMAN ALBUM
8a 1 PURPLE AND WHITE STONE ANTIQUE RING
9 2 1969 & 1972 U.S. MINT PROOF SETS; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
10 4 (4) BARBER HALF DOLLARS: 1894-O, 1900-S, 1907-O, 1908-O; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
10a 2 STERLING SILVER AND CUBIC ZIRCONIA TENNIS BRACELET AND STERLING BRACELET WITH CUBIC ZIRCONIA STONES; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.
11 1 SERIES 1957 $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE, $2 AND $5 NOTES
12 6 (6) WALKING LIBERTY HALF DOLLARS: 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
12a 1 PANDORA ROPE CHAIN STERLING SILVER NECKLACE WITH CLOUDY STONES
13 2 (2) U.S. MINT PROOF SETS: 1995 & 1997; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
14 3 (3) PEACE SILVER DOLLARS: 1922, 1922-D, 1922-S; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
14a 1 STERLING SILVER OPAL-LIKE CUFF RING
15 3 (3) U.S. MINT COINS SET: 1992, 1994, 1995; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.
16 1 1971-S PROOF EISENHOWER DOLLAR, 40% SILVER, BROWN BOX 

 

 Roviso’s Kitchen Specials:

  • Open-faced meatloaf sandwich with mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, dinner roll and butter – $6.50
  • Cream of broccoli/cauliflower cheddar cheese soup – $3.50

 

 

 

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 gladly accepted any weekday but not past 3:30 on auction day. 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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