Sale closed on
Saturday, January 15th 2022 at 7:00 PM EDT
Buyer's Premium: 18%
Christopher Krapf | (860) 861-9342 | Info@carolinaantique.com
Winning Bidders Will Receive Address Via Email - LET US KNOW IF YOU DON'T RECEIVE THIS - MAKE SURE YOU HAVE SELECTED IN YOUR DASHBOARD TO RECEIVE AUCTION WIN INSTRUCTIONS VIA EITHER EMAIL OR TEXT - AUCTION WIN EMAILS AND INVOICE CAN ALSO BE ACCESSED VIA YOUR DASHBOARD AFTER SALE CLOSES)
Reminder, please let us know if you need shipping.
PICKUP: Sunday 1/16/2021 9am-11:30am or Monday 1/17/2021 9am-11:30am only-at 282 Geer Rd Lebanon CT 06249-NO EXCEPTIONS - ITEMS NOT PICKED UP DURING ALLOTTED TIME WILL BE CONSIDERED FORFEITED WITHOUT REFUND. IF YOU NEED YOUR ITEMS SHIPPED PLEASE CONTACT US AT THE END OF THE AUCTION.
PLEASE BRING HELP AND APPROPRIATE VEHICLES FOR LARGE ITEMS
Upon arrival we'll ask for your last name, we will then retrieve your items and bring them outside and have you review and sign an invoice.
We take the health of our bidders & staff very seriously and we thank you all for your consideration and cooperation during these uncertain times.
All buyers are responsible for bringing sufficient help to move winning lots from curb into your vehicle which may include any proper equipment to load, pack and secure your purchases. If you would like your items shipped please send us an email ASAP after the auction closes. An invoice for shipping charges through UPS or USPS plus a handling fee for packaging will be sent through PayPal within 48 hours of the auction closing. Shipping prices typically range from $6.45 to $40.00 depending on weight and quantity of items. If the shipping charges are not paid for within 7 days of the invoice date, the items will be considered forfeited. Large items that won’t fit in large priority boxes please ask about shipping.
N64, PS2, Gameboy (all with games) Hummel, Goebel, Fenton, Vintage emphemera, glass, records, Dorothy and Prescott Bush Christmas cards, Gucci agenda, Dutch Boy tin, 1939 Worlds Fair, razors, Steiff, vintage Minicam magazines, metal soldiers, vintage almanacs, collector bears, KitchenAid, kitchen items, knives, White Star Dominion Line passenger list book, vintage gas station road maps, McCoy, Blessing trumpet, Peavy guitar, record player, vintage glasses and jelly jars, lots of costume jewelry, books, letters from governors, post masters and police commissioners, BMW cluster and DVDs.