Name January antique auction 2015
Auctioneer Bean & Bean Auctions
Type Internet Absentee Bidding
Date(s) 1/18/2015
live only. Jan 18th 9am
Preview Date/Time january 17th 10am to 5pm
Checkout Date/Time following the auction
Location 3816 W eisenhower Blvd
Loveland, CO 80537
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Description
Sunday January 18th 9:00 AM Preview Saturday January 17th10am to 5pm 3816 W. EISENHOWER BLVD.LOVELAND, CO 80537 PH. 970/461-9838 or www.BeanandBean.net BRIAN BEAN, AUCTIONEER See Our Website for a Complete Listing Auctioneers note: We are extremely excited to present an offering from the wildest corner of the Old West - Laramie, Wyoming. Historical pharmacy, apothecary, general store and stationary items including medicinal bottles, tins, labels, presses, scales, books, ledgers, safes, general store cabinetry, and advertising showcases of the period as well as many other amazing finds discovered in a cellar beneath Laramie's Historic downtown. These rare items are artifacts of one of Wyoming's earliest, and considered "one of the finest drug stores west of the Mississippi," Eggleston Drug Company (Est. 1895) was owned by Pharmacist's and leading Wyoming citizens Frank H. Eggleston and A.H. (Harry) Cordiner, and renamed Cordiner Drugs upon the death of Frank Eggleston in 1910. After standing witness to the West's lawlessness, both World Wars, the 1918 Influenza epidemic, and the era of the soda fountain, these items now serve as a last vestige of a bygone era from a town not easily tamed. Pharmacy / General Store: Antique Oak general store cabinetry - Large Quarter Sawn oak cigar display cabinet - Fantastic Humphreys Homeopathic Specifics display cabinet with original contents and inventory - Pharmacist's oak label dispensing cabinet - many early tins of all types - early general store Sheaffer's pen case - Antique Sanfords Ink display cabinet - hundreds of early antique medicine bottles (incredible collection)- cast iron tobacco cutter- cast iron pharmacist's cork compressor- cast iron pill press- many fine antique scales- fabulous original Diamond Dyes Cabinet in excellent condition- early coin op fortune scale- sets of scale weights- mortar and pestle- fantastic double door antique safe ( has not been opened in decades as of this publishing, cant wait to see what we will find inside!)- antique safe from the rolling mills in Laramie- crates of new old stock medicine bottles- books and ledgers- pine 4 drawer country store counter-spool cabinet- Mitchell's Standard plasters cabinet- various NOS dry goods Antiques and items of interest: Fantastic triple curved oak china cabinet with carved lion heads and claw feet- quarter sawn oak figural carved hall bench- mahogany dental cabinet- double oak china buffet with leaded curved glass doors-carved oak two door bookcase- oak hall tree-gorgeous mahogany dining table with six matching chairs- oak wardrobe- oak single door bookcase- four stack oak bookcase- clawfooted round oak table- china buffet- fantastic mission oak sliding door file cabinet- large fuchsia pattern Roseville jardinière- Roseville Bushberry vase- large collection of early cast iron banks and toys-five framed, numbered and signed Bev Doolittle prints "Two Indian Horses", "Season of the Eagle", "Sacred Ground", and "Guardian Spirits"- Coin Collection including $20 St Gaudens gold pc uncirc, 1883, 1884 Carson City silver dollars uncirc, foreign gold coins, US gold coins, MS67 Morgan silver dollars-estate jewelry- and the usual line of fine and unique antique items, this is a partial listing. Rough Ring: Rough Ring: FULL as usual, great quality furniture, tools, household, antiques, etc. you never know what great gem your gonna find in the rough ring! Bring a friend and a truck!!
Auction Terms & Conditions TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Items will be offered in units of piece, feet or in bulk to the highest bidder. 2. A 10% Buyers Premium will be added to all purchases. 3. Payment must be made in cash, cashier's check, certified check, check or credit card within one hour of sales closing. Full payment must be made before removal of purchase. In the event the purchaser fails to pay the purchase price within the time limits set forth in the catalog and/or announced by the auctioneer at the sale and/or fails to comply with any of the terms of sale, the seller may resell at public or private sale any and all of the purchaser's merchandise in the possession of auctioneers. Purchaser hereby agrees to pay any deficiency resulting from such resale together with all charges, fees and expenses in conjunction with such resale. 4. ITEMS WILL BE SOLD ON AN AS-IS BASIS WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION WHATSOEVER. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Purchaser agrees to pay all costs of removal and purchaser does hereby indemnify and hold harmless auctioneers and seller for any and all damage, claim or liability, for injuries to persons or property caused by the removal of items purchased. 5. No purchases may be removed until the conclusion of the auction. Following conclusion of the auction, merchandise purchased must be removed from the premises within the time limits announced by the auctioneer at the sale. Any merchandise not removed within that time limit shall be deemed to have been abandoned by the purchaser and ownership thereof reverts to the seller. Any deposit or other payment made by the purchaser to the auction shall be retained by the auctioneer as liquidated damages for the failure of the purchaser to comply with the purchase agreement. 6. While quantities, descriptions and capacities are believed to be correct, there are no guarantees and the auctioneers, owners and advertising media will not be held responsible for any written or verbal discrepancies or inaccuracies whatsoever. 7. Overages or shortages above or below estimated counts will be adjusted. However, such adjustments must be made before removal of merchandise from the premises. 8. The auctioneer reserves the right to group lots, make lots smaller or to add to or delete or to change numerical sequence of lots at his sole discretion and reserves the right not to accept or acknowledge any bid which is merely a fractional advance over the preceding bid. 9. In the event of a tie bid, the auctioneer has the right to reopen the bidding to determine the highest bidder. The auctioneer may withdraw any item from the sale until he announces completion of the sale of that item by announcing "sold". 10. Sales taxes will be added to purchase price of all taxable items. Dealers who purchase for resale must pay the sales tax or provide satisfactory proof that the purchaser has a valid sellers permit and submit a signed written certificate that the item is being purchased for the purpose of resale. 11. The auctioneer shall in no event be liable to the purchaser for non-delivery of any lot for any reason except for the return to the purchaser of the deposit or monies paid for such non-delivered lots. 12. In the event that it becomes necessary for the seller or auctioneer to commence an action to enforce the terms of this agreement or to collect a check returned for non-sufficient funds or stop payment, the purchaser and/or maker of the check agrees to pay all attorneys fees so incurred. 13. Out-of-State buyer's Certificate to clear sales tax: "I certify that all merchandise to be purchased at this sale is for delivery to another state and seller shall deliver to designated carrier for that purpose. Costs incurred by seller for such shipments shall be added to bid price, unless buyer makes arrangements for such costs with carrier." 14. Under no circumstances can the auction item(s) be removed during the time the auction is being conducted. The removal (check-out) period will be announced at the time of auction. 15. Any material handling equipment being sold at the auction will be used in the removal of auction item (s) during the removal (check-out) period. Purchasers acknowledge that this equipment will not be picked up until the final day of check-out 16. Announcements on the day of the sale take precedence over all written materials. 17. The auction is in accordance with local, state and national commercial and penal codes. 18. All Purchases must be removed from the premises no later than specified posted dates for each individual auction. 19. Beware, any damage caused to the auction premises upon removal of any lot by the Buyer, is Buyer's responsibility. --------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------ Terms Of Use

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