**REAL ESTATE SELLS W/ NO RESERVE!** Real Estate & Personal Property Absolute - ESTATE AUCTION
**REAL ESTATE SELLS W/ NO RESERVE!**
Real Estate & Personal Property
Absolute – ESTATE AUCTION
Sun. Nov. 2, 2014 @ 2:00PM
Auction held at: 231 E. Dole St.
Selling for the estate of Nadine Leffelman
***NO RESERVE*** Real Estate is selling @ 2:00PM
Mrs. Leffelman has quality items in this sell.
REAL ESTATE:Here’s an opportunity to buy a House on a quiet street with well-maintained neighboring homes on a mature lot with trees at the end of the street. 1 1/2 Story bungalow with mission style interior with hard wood floors throughout detached 1-car garage with opener. Two bedrooms and one bath on the first floor and a loft bedroom on the second floor. Full basementprovides plenty of storage. Large living room with fireplace & built-in bookcase please note: house needs a new roof and has severe water damage inside the home. New Ducane heating and air conditioning system put in 2004. Edgar County property ID # 09-13-36-402-006
Order of Auction: With the small amount in this auction we will be offering the personal property as a pickers auction @ 1:00 PM the day of the auction you as the bidders will go in to the home and being the items outside to the tables that you would like to bid on. Once all the items that the bidders want are out of the home we will auction the real estate and the we will then auction the contents left inside as one lot.
Glassware & collectibles: Lightning rod with Weathervane, Old Persian rug, flow blue dishes, Iron stone dishes, punch set, sewing notions, books, Oil lamps, hobnail, Hand painted English plates and bowls, kids depression dishes, teacups, Press glass dishes, depression glass, Japan dishes, jewelry, Sterling, toy Trains, tracks, train buildings, transformer, train Village, kids toys, Currier & Ives dishes, China,
Furniture: twin bedroom set, lamp table, two drawer oak lowboy dresser, cane bottom chair, sofa, two occasional chairs, walnut drop front serpentine desk, kids picnic table, shelves,
Appliances: stove, refrigerator, washer, electric dryer, old porcelain stove, 1950’s refrigerator,
Household: pots & pans, Tupperware, cookbooks, kitchen utensils, silverware, vacuum, tools
Seller: LEATHA BROWN & DANIELLE FOLEY
Attorney: Jones & Jones Law Office
REAL ESTATE AUCTION TERMS & CONDITIONS
The Buyer is required to pay $2,000.00 down, of the contract price, day of sale. Balance due at closing within 30 days. Real estate taxes will be pro-rated to day of closing. Merchantable title will be furnished. All information contained in this brochure was gathered from reliable sources but is not guaranteed. Property sold in its existing condition with no warranty of any nature expressed or implied. Please make your inspections before day of auction and you must have your financing arranged before day of auction. Announcements made immediately preceding this auction take precedence over information received from this or any other source. Auctioneers are acting as agents for the seller.
This home was built before 1978 and all prospective buyers have 10 days prior to auction for inspection of lead based paint and buyer must sign a waiver day of auction
1. Personal checks, with satisfactory identification, are acceptable for the down payment day of sale.
2. The winning bidder, immediately following his becoming the winning bidder, shall complete a purchase agreement, and shall deposit the amount announced for this particular property with the Auctioneer. All deposits will be held in the Auctioneers escrow account until closing, at which time it will become a part of the purchase price. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid at time of closing. This deposit is non-refundable except for non-performance by the seller.
3. Buyers will receive an abstract of title or title insurance policy showing titles to be good and marketable.
4. Closing will be on or before 30 days after auction at a time and place designated by the sellers.
5. All dimensions of properties given prior to (and at) this auction are to be considered approximate.
6. All property is being sold “AS IS” in every way. All information given is from sources believed correct, but is not guaranteed. Buyers shall rely entirely on the OWN information, judgment and inspection of property and records.
7. The Auctioneer will clearly announce the tract before it is to be sold…but the BIDDER is solely responsible for knowing which property they are bidding on. If you are unsure you should inquire or not bid.
8. BIDDING WILL BE FAST. The Auctioneer may not warn you when he going to say sold. Many excellent buys have been missed because the bidder thought he would wait a few more seconds more to “see what happens.” Many bidders prefer to have private bidding arrangements prior to the auction. You may do so by seeing the Auctioneer or a ring man before the auction begins. When you wish to bid DURING the auction, merely hold up your hand to the Auctioneer or a ring man.
9. When you become the winning bidder of the property, hold up your bidder’s number for us to record. As a winning bidder, you will have affected a legally binding contract embodying all the terms and conditions herein.
10. The Auctioneer reserves the right to accept bids in any increment he feels is in the best interest of his client, the seller.
11. The Auctioneer reserves the right to reject the bidding of any person whose conduct, actions or adverse comments he feels are not in the best interest of his client, the seller.
12. The Auctioneer reserves the right to call a recess at any time during the auction for the purpose of privately talking to the bidder or bidders or the seller.
13. When the winning bidder of each property is determined, a BACK-UP bidder (person who made the last bid before the winning bid) will be recorded. Therefore, if the winning bidder for any reason fails to close, the sale (at the discretion of the seller) will revert to the backup bidder at his last bid amount.
14. In the event of a TIE BID (two people each believe they were the winning bidder) the Auctioneer will re-open the bidding between those two people only. First giving the person the AUCTIONEER did NOT see, a chance to raise the bid; then allowing the other person to raise that bid, etc.
15. All announcements from the Auction Block shall take precedence over any previous advertising or statements.
16. A tape recording is being made of this auction for future reference.
17. Halls Real Estate is acting as an agent for the seller.
Auctioneer notes: Payment Cash & Credit card (MasterCard & Visa) 3% buyers premium with a 3% discount if paying with cash. NO CHECKS!! All announcements auction day take precedence over all printed or implied material.
HALLS AUCTION COMPANY & HALLS REAL ESTATE
Scott Hall-Auctioneer – Paris, IL
Kerry Lenhart – Real Estate Auctioneer
Cara Hall – Real Estate Broker
Ph. 217-463-HALL (4255) OR 217-213-7010 (cell)
(Sunday) 2:00 pm
231 E. Dole St. Paris, IL
The John Bockman Collection John had been collecting for over 60 years.
The John Bockman Collection
John had been collecting for over 60 years.
10 antique cars, 1906 Kingery steam powered popcorn/peanut wagon, motorcycles, wizard, 250+ vintage bicycles & accessories, 100 Gumball machines, jukebox, coca-Cola coolers, petal cars and tractors, signs, toys, trains, coins, antiques, collectibles, tools, Wheelhorse tractor’s, advertising
Outstanding Estate Auction
November 8th 2014 @ 10:00 AM (EDT)
1220 W. Madison St. – Plymouth, IN / Plymouth National Guard Armory
John Bockman was a collector of many things from bicycles and cars to yard sticks and Hot Wheels. He went to lots of garage sales, flea markets and swap meets looking for that next treasure piece but what he really enjoyed was the friends he made along the way. He went to Hershey Pennsylvania and to the Indianapolis swap meet many times with his wife. Occasionally they would stay in a hotel but often they would camp in his truck bed always making sure to leave room for the bikes he might get. He was a charter member of Hoosier Old Wheels and made lifelong friends from H.O.W. John liked to collect many things but didn’t like to sell much. When his family would ask him what he was going to do with all his stuff.
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250+ Antique and Vintage Bicycles: Columbia, Schwinn, Golden Eagle, JC Higgins, Hawthorne, Albright’s, Firestone, Goodrich, Weitter, Elmore, Western Flyer, Monark, Siler King, Schwinn: Aero-Cycle, 30+ Schwinn Corvettes 2 girls and one 24″, Tigers, Jaguars, Tandem, Breeze, Execlsior, Hornet, Black Phantom, Starlet, Typhoon, Bantam, Pixie, Fairlady, Stingray, Wasp, Hollywood, Collegiate, Racer, Spitfire, Traveler, Speedster, Super Sport, middle weights and light weights, Krates – Orange Peeler, Pea Picker, Apple crate, Schwinn XR7 stationary exercise bike Schwinn dealer displays items, 6 cycle trucks, ice cream trike (Aeorm Sheet Metal MFC), Harley, John Deere, Elfin, Sears, Ross Eurotour, Elgin Twin Bar & sky lark, Josephine, Racycle, 1950’s Travis gas motor, 20″-26″ boys & girls bikes, lots of bike accessories – Wood rims, handle bars, cranks & sprockets, lights, horns, sirens, bells, padels, grips, baskets, racks, tires, NOS finders, rims, tanks, seats
Motorcycle: 1967 305 Honda Dream, (4) 1940’s/50’s Whizzer bikes
Automobiles: 1934 Chevy truck, 1938 Chevy 2-Door Master Deluxe Coupe has new old stock fenders and running boards parts, 1939 Ford Deluxe Sedan 4-Door flathead V8, 1939 Ford Deluxe 2-Door flathead V8, 1949 Chevy Deluxe 4-Door, 1949 Chrysler Convertible 2-Door, 1940 Chevy Master Deluxe 2-Door, 1957 Fleetwood Cadillac 4-Door 52.000 miles, 1966 Plymouth Belvedere II 46,000 miles, 1969 250 4-door Mercedes Benz – needs transmission work done, & automotive parts, complete flat head V8 Ford engine w/ transmission
1906 Kingery Steam powered Popcorn & Peanut Wagon,
Antiques and collectibles: lanterns, oil lamps, Electric lamps, buggies, pottery – Roseville, Hull, 50 milk bottles, bottles, Barbicide jars, cash registers, brass fire extinguishers, Powhatan B&I Works 30″ brass fire hose nozzle, brass candy kettle, 20+ vintage cameras, BB guns, advertising oil cans, beer can collection, crocks – Schlosser’s Oak Grove cottage cheese 8 lbs & 4 lbs net, Payphones, Heineken advertising, early needlepoint, Oil bottles, cast-iron architectural, Toys: 2 pressed steel locomotive ride-on, Jo-Hann cars, farm, cars, trucks, 200+ Lionel toy trains, Tin Mystary car toy, early plastic toys, uncle Sam’s register bank, Key wine toys, Porcelain Signs: Firestone, MobileOil Pegasus lolly pop sign, 1950 counter display A.C. Delco Shock Absorber, Evens juke box, stop light, pot belly stoves, thermometers, child’s wagons, cash registers, 10 Pedal Car & Tractors, Plymouth Indiana advertising, 7-up & Coco Cola coolers,
100+ gum ball machines: Belvend, Spin-it stimulator, Columbus, Reavis, Topper Deluxe, Basketball stimulator, 25+ Ford, The Brice Williams Co., Northwestern, Universal Vendors, 50+ Oak MFG. Co.,Furniture: 25 drawer index card Oak Remington and read library cabinet, Remington typewriter, 30 chairs, Oak rockers, Oak dressers & mirrors, Wall mirrors, piano, Record players cabinets, kitchen cabinet, Hoosier chimney cabinet, display cabinets, trunks, Oak table, primitives, washing machines, treadle sewing machines, 1950 counter top display
Household, Tractors & tools: 5 early Wheel Horse lawn tractors & attachments, Cub Cadet riding mower, lawn roller, seeder, lawn tools handtools, Poulan chainsaw Ex-Cell 6600 Honda commercial grade power washer like new, lots of miscellaneous hardware, 10 x 10 E-Z UP tent, car canopy, Coleman camping tent, 5 weed eaters (some like new), Long handle tools, Milwaukie chopsaw, Power tools, gas cans
& MUCH MUCH MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
**This is a condensed list of items in this auction there are three buildings full with over 60 years of packing them full will great collectible items, some are very rare and others are very desirable, will add updates website as we unearth items!**
Terms & Conditions for the Personal Property: NO CHECKS without a Bank Letter of Guarantee is required should you choose to pay for any purchases with a personal or company check. 3% buyers premium. Payments: Cash, Bank Guarantee Check or Credit Card (MC or Visa) with 3% discount for cash or check. Title will not be given to buyer until after funds clear Halls Auction Co. bank account. All items and or vehicle are sold as is, where is, with no representations or warranties, ALL BIDS ARE FINAL AT AUCTION. Seller does not guarantee mileage to be accurate on vehicle. Buyers are buying on their own inspection. Please have a copy of Dealer and Resale tax certificate (when registering as a dealer) Please note: Removal must be done on or before Nov. 15, 2014. After that date there will be a $25 a day storage fee to buyer. All announcements auction day take precedence over all printed or implied material.
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HALLS AUCTION CO.
Scott Hall-Auctioneer – IND. Lic # AU1000219
Kerry Lenhart – Auctioneer – IND. Lic # AU1950000
John Wells – Auctioneer – IND. Lic # AU19900122
Ph. 217-463-HALL (4255) OR 217-213-7010 (cell)
(Saturday) 10:00 am
Plymouth National Guard Armory
1220 W. Madison St., Plymouth, IN
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