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 2:30 p.m. on auction day. 

LIVE ON-SITE AUCTION
Began: 02/06/19 at 3:30 PM EST
Location: google pin icon 8975 Wortendyke Rd., Batavia, NY 14020

February 6, 2019 WEDNESDAY NIGHT AUCTION

Auction starts under pavilion at 3:30 p.m.

 

*Absentee/left bids are gladly accepted any weekday, but no later than 2:30 p.m. on auction day.  When leaving an absentee bid, you will need the picture number from our website at www.bontragerauction.com. Absentee bids can be phoned in at 585-343-4529, or emailed by clicking here: Leave an Absentee Bid

 

ITEMS FOR AUCTION INCLUDE:

Nazi 16” dagger w/leather sheath

McKinley/Roosevelt Buffalo Express & Buffalo Courier papers – Sept. 15, 1901

DL & W RR galvanized can

Wooden Fisher Price toys

Whitetail mount (8 pt.)

Costume jewelry

12 lots of trains:  O gauge, HO scale, Thomas, Marx, Lionel

Tile-top oak kitchen set w/leaf

5 pc.  oak kitchen set w/2 leaves

Oak 6 ft. x 4 ft. 2 pc. step-back hutch

3 pc.  wicker patio set

4 pc.  1970’s bedroom set

Overstuffed chairs

Hide-a-bed couch

Maple chairs

Lamps

7 pc. 1980’s oak dining room set

Upright freezer

Older s/s refrigerator

N/G dryer

Woven wire

Grouping of Primitives:

            6 ft. wardrobe

            4 ft. jelly cupboard

            6 ft. jelly cupboard (great hardware)

            2 early wooden butter churns (cranks)

            19 inch butter churn

48 inch wooden carved bowl

            24 pieces of earthen/red pottery (various glazes)

Collection of William Penn Oil (metal cans)

Older box cameras

Copper tea kettles

Saxophone

Collection of jack knives

70’s side chairs

Maple dressers

Sewing/craft table

Glider rocker

Bookcases

3 tier heart stand

1922 Genesee County soil map

Postcards

Marbles

Box of old tractor manuals – Massey-Harris, 1957 Tractor Field book, McCormick Deering

Old buttons

Collection of John Deere books

Collection of “Denim Days” (36)

W. S. George china

Cape Cod glassware set

Mixing bowls

Household/kitchen ware

Cookware

Oak bar stools (4)

Compound bows

Hobart slicer

“Batavia” trophies

Sewing material

Singer

OUTSIDE:

Honda 250 x 4 wheeler

2 seat go-cart

Yamaha dirt bike

Yamaha SS snowmobile

2 soap box derby cars

Yamaha 3 wheeler

Golf balls

Audio/visual equipment

Large amount of speakers

Power hack saw

Vintage girl’s bike

Vintage door w/good paint

Toro power reel mower

Older air compressor

Gas motor log splitter

Push lawn mower

Old newspaper box

Glass top patio set

Fiberglass, wood, metal step ladders

Picnic table

Metal large wheel wagon

Trunks

Microwaves

Play Station games

Comic books

Machinist tooling (large amount)

Pedal tractor wagon

DVD’s, CD’s

Compound miter saw

Canning jars

KitchenAid mixer (red)

Large amount of hand tools, mechanic’s tools

Copper boilers

Galvanized tub

Metal garden chairs

Christmas decoration

Cedar chests

Quilts

So much more. . . .

COIN CATALOG: 

 

Lot Number Quantity Description
1 1 GROUPING OF FOREIGN COINS AND CURRENCY, PLUS VARIOUS MEDALS AND TOKENS, AND A LEATHER CHANGE PURSE.
2 1 GROUPING OF GIRL SCOUT AND MILITARY PATCHES
3 1 (75) COINS FROM ARUBA
4 1 (85) WHEAT PENNIES
5 1 LOCKET AND “MOTHER” PIN
6 1 GROUPING OF TOKENS, MEDALS AND FORIEGN COINS
7 1 163 COINS FROM BRITISH CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES
8 1 GROUPING OF FOREIGN AND COMMEMORATIVE COINS
9 1 GROUPING OF FOREIGN CURRENCY FROM CHINA, JAPAN, INDIAN, CANADA, INDOCHINA, KOREA, GERMANY (SOME WWII AND PRE WWII ERA) PLUS REPRODUCTION 1864 CONFEDERATE $20 (RICHMOND), AND (4) FOREIGN STAMPS.
10 1 GROUPING OF FOREIGN COINS AND CHANGE PURSE 

 

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 unless otherwise posted. 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).  Items not picked up by the end of the week are subject to a late pick up fee. 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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