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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

You Will Treasure This Auction!

10_18_17 Gold CoinAre you someone who loves to collect gold? Do you have a passion for acquiring coins that you can add to your stunning set? Well, if this sounds like you then get your treasure map ready because this auction is where X marks the spot! This auction consists of a gold 5000 LEI 2001 coin. This gold coin commemorates the 125th anniversary of the birth of Constantin Brancusi. It has a 35 mm diameter, weights 31.103 grams, and is 99.9% gold. This coin also comes in a brown wood box so you can always keep it safe. This coin can make the perfect birthday present for any one of your friends or family members that makes a hobby out of collecting gold and coins. This gold coin has been authenticated you will receive a copy of the appraisal. If you would like to inspect this gold coin in person before deciding whether or not to place a bid then you must contact the custodian ahead of time to schedule an appointment. This auction is located in Springfield, Virginia, and the closing time is on October 19 at 5:43 pm central time. Right now, the current bid is $1,376 and, there have been 7 bidders so far. For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial.

 


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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Large Diamond Jewelry Auction!

This one of a kind auction is a chance to score big at a very low price! As part of a larger, 23 lot Online General Property Auction starting today and running through March 22nd, there are 5 separate lots of some beautiful jewelry for you to bid on! Whether priceless rings, necklaces or a wedding band, you can have it all with these amazing, auction showcasing lots of beautiful diamonds!. The 5 Lots are,

Lot 1) 1 Platinum Engagement Ring with 12 Princess Cut Diamonds and an Emerald Cut Diamond set in the center. Included in this auction is a paired Platinum Wedding Band set with 19 Princess Cut Diamonds.

Lot 2) 1 gorgeous Womens Ring with 48 Round Cut Diamonds, and a Round Brilliant Cut Diamond in the Center.

Lot 3) 1 Diamond Necklace with a Black Rhodium Plated chain and a Cross suspended from a Rosette center link.

Lot 4) 1 Mens 5-Row Diamond ring with 65 Princess Cut Diamonds.

Lot 5) 1 Ladies Necklace with a Solitaire Pendant and a Round Brilliant Cut Diamond.

All of these auctions start at $100 with $10 bid increments and as of yet have no bidders. So if any of the above jewelry gets you excited, click here to head over to www.governmentauctions.org and subscribe for your FREE 3 day trial!


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Posted in jewelry, Luxury, necklace, Online Auction, Online Auction Items
Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Nationwide Sale Unclaimed or Abandoned Merchandise

On Wednesday February 17 at 11am a huge online auction begins. The auction is a huge nationwide sale of merchandise that was unclaimed and/or abandoned at port sites! There are 36 different lots of goods being auctioned off and it is quite and exciting group of deals! From leather jackets, footwear, imitation jewelry, and leather sandals, to Scion hoods and trunks, gasoline drill hammers, aircraft parts and ball pen ink, there is quite an eclectic group of items up for sale! Some neat highlights from the auction are a really nice looking 2007 Mercedes Benz that looks like it was abandoned by its owner starting at just 1 dollar and some expensive medical equipment also starting a a super low $1. These type of abandoned merchandise auctions are a great chance to get great deals on good stuff that was left behind by its owner. Each lot is like another hidden gem filled with great stuff. This auction ends Thursday February 18 at 11am (all times listed are in Eastern Time) and then it is no more. Check out all the other lots up for auction and place your bid by clicking here to head over to www.governmentauctions.org and sign up for your FREE 3 day trial!


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Posted in accessories, aircraft, Announcements, autos, Building Materials, Clothing & Accessories, Computers, electronics, jewelry, Live Auction, Live Auction Items, Luxury, Machinery, Medical, News, Online Auction, Online Auction Items, Recreation, Seized, Surplus, Tools
Monday, December 7, 2015

Huge variety of items up for auctions!

On December 9 there will be a large one day auction for a huge variety of goods. This is your chance to once again benefit from GovernmentAuctions.org and buy a huge variety of goods at way below retail costs. Each item is being auctioned off separately and has it’s own separate bidding. Included in the list of available auctions to bid on are such varied items as:

  • Gas Masks
  • Textile Goods
  • A Capsule Filling Machine
  • Gold Bars
  • Clothing
  • Reading Glasses
  • Glass Chandeliers
  • Watches
  • Wood Carvings
  • Lights
  • Automotive Rims
  • Playground Accessories
  • Salon Tools
  • Toys & Video Games
  • Face Lift Machine
  • Sports Bracelets
  • Medical Freezer
  • Wine & Brandies
  • LED Speakers
  • Solar Panels
  • Lawn Mowers

…and HUNDREDS of more items! Keep in mind, that this is a ONE day auction that begins December 9 at 11:00 AM and ends on December 10 at 11:00 AM so the bidding will be quicker than usual. To find out more about these auctions, such all the available lot’s you can bid on, bid deposits and and other information, click here to head to www.governmentauctions.org and subscribe for your FREE 3 day trial.


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Posted in accessories, Announcements, Building Materials, Camera, Clothing & Accessories, Computers, electronics, Gold, jewelry, Live Auction, Live Auction Items, Machinery, necklace, office supplies, Online Auction, Online Auction Items, Restaurant, Seized, Surplus, Tools, Vacuum Cleaners
Friday, October 9, 2015

Oh Dear, Is That John Deere? Get Your Old John Deere Tractors Here!

I will give a haircut to the lawn of the highest bidder! Please feed me your grass, I am very hungry. This vintage machine comes from a series of old John Deere Tractors that were manufactured between 1987 to 1994, as a part of the late 200 series. The standard source of power in this model is a 1 cylinder, 17 HorsePower air cooled Kawasaki FC540V engine, with 534 cc displacement. The bore / stroke is 3.5 by 3.4 inches. The air cleaner is designed as a dry element with foam pre-cleaner. The engine’s compression is 8.3:1, and the rated RPM is 3350. The starter is powered with 12 volts, and the machine’s oil capacity is 2.6 Quarts (2.5 liters). This specific John Deere Lawn Mower comes with a working lawn mower below the chassis, and runs well. The deck measures 48 inches, and the mower itself features a convenient Hydrostatic Drive with a single cylinder, 4 cycle engine. This machine is a great investment, and although it does not include a John Deere warranty, this machine is very likely to continue mowing strong for quite a while, as it has been doing for a great many years already. You can enjoy a John Deere landscape on yo0ur property with the help of this machine, regardless of whether you are working in your front yard, back yard, or even on a golf course. This machine features the standard John Deere lawn mower wheels that are sturdy and reliable in getting you and your mower wherever you need to go, and whenever you desire to do so. This mower includes each original John Deere lawnmower part, and is a pleasure to use, even on a daily basis.

The highest bid of the four bids to date on this John Deere 265 Lawn Mower is just $160, a fraction of its true value. This auction closes on October the fourteenth at 3:25 in the afternoon, Central Time (CT) which means that you have just over 5 days to make this awesome mower yours! For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial today!


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Posted in Live Auction, Live Auction Items, Online Auction, Online Auction Items, Surplus
Thursday, October 8, 2015

Purchase iPhone 5S for PEANUTS!

iphone5sPurchase iPhone 5S (64 GB) for a fraction of the retail price! The typical iPhone 5s 64gb price ranges between $640 to $800, yet this band new device is currently bidding at just $205 – even better than any Black Friday sale! iPhone 5s devices like this (brand new, 64Gb, surplus sale) rarely come up at such prices – not even used iPhone 5s devices! This devices comes with a 4 inch retina display, with which you can view your 1080p HD video recordings being made with an 8MP iSight camera featuring True Tone flash. Working hard below this amazingly clear display is an A7 chip with a M7 motion coprocessor that powers and allows for the functioning of the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, myriad apps, and many other features of the device. Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as with GSM SIM cards. Unlocked cell phones will not work with CDMA Carriers like Sprint, Verizon, Boost or Virgin. If you look at the many iphone 5c vs 5s reviews as well as iphone 5 vs 5s comparison out there, you will see for yourself that the 64Gb iphone 5S (with its beautiful retina display) is the very best iphone in Apple’s “5-series” that money can buy.

The current bid on this iPhone is just $205, and the auction closes on October the fourteenth at 12.41 in the afternoon, Central Time (CT) which means that you have just under 6 days to make this awesome phone yours! For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial today!


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Thursday, October 8, 2015

Aircraft Technicians Dream Come True

Whee! I'm so much fun to fly in!For sale today is one really awesome 1981 DASSAULT FALCON FA-20G FIXED WING AIRCRAFT. Although this aircraft is not in flying condition, it has a tremendous amount of potential for becoming your next charter jet aircraft! Some other ideas for this former United States Coast Guard Carrier include converting it into a restaurant or bar, creating a very unique one-lane bowling alley, or even converting it into a very special studio apartment / home. This former Coast Guard plane has had all of its major components removed, but can be fixed up in a jiffy. If you are looking for an aircraft for charter flights with friends, you can look into a FAA aircraft registration. There is no data plate available, but other data is, including: USCG Tail Number 2131, Serial number 452, and an HU-25 Sensor Improvement as well. You can upgrade the aircraft instrument panel and install engines and upgraded flight and taxi systems as well. This model is called the HU-25 Guardian and was used as a high-speed spotter aircraft to assist in search and rescue operation guiding the surface operations fleet. Sold in scrap condition. The current bid on this aircraft is just $500, and the auction closes on October the twentieth at 10:10 in the morning, Central Time (CT). For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial today!


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Friday, September 18, 2015

Count On N-Gene Money Sorter To Count Your Millions!

N-Gene Mixed Money Counter

N-Gene Mixed Money Counter

 

Has it been a burden for you to count your money?

Too many mixed bills to organize?

Fear not dear friend, today the solution to your problem has arrived!

On sale today in an online government auction is one N-Gene Mixed Money Counter. this nifty device can count the value and amount of bills in any stack of your Dollar Bills all day and all night!

 

No presorting is necessary. Simply choose your settings, place the bills in the hopper and go. The N-Gene counts the bills you want to count and automatically diverts the others to the large 100 note-capacity pocket. Everything is performed quickly and accurately with no need to stop midway through the process. The N-Gene features advanced high-speed denomination recognition technology, four modes of counting bills, preset batching and a blazing 1,100 notes per minute speed.

FOUR COUNTING MODES:

  • Mixed Mode: Identifies and counts mixed denomination bills
  • Single Mode: Counts a specific denomination. Different denominations are stored in a specialized container
  • Separation Mode: The machine temporarily stops when a bill of a specific denomination is detected. When bills are removed from the machine, the counting continues.
  • Free Mode: Counts how many bills are in the stack (without calculating value)

N-GENE MIXED MONEY COUNTER FEATURES

  • Mixed Bills Money Counter
  • Money Sorter
  • 3 inch Color LCD display
  • Mixed Counting Mode
  • Sorting Mode
  • Piece Counting Mode
  • Face Orientation
  • Counterfeit Detection
  • CIS image scan for both sides if banknote detection
  • Multiple MR channels for MG detection
  • Three points UV and full line IR sensors
  • SD card program upgrade

There is currently just one $749 bid on this valuable item, worth at least $2,895. There are just under 14 days left in the auction. You have until Noon (12 PM Central Time) on October the second to claim this wonderful device as your own.  For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial today!


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Friday, August 28, 2015

Used Computer Hardware Parts To Quick Cash In Three Easy Steps

Open Me Up And Sell My Parts :)

Step 1: Buy this lot of 30 used laptops

 

Step 2: Sell the computer hardware parts individually

 

Step 3: Roll around in the cash you earned by selling online computer parts

 

With just under 4 hours left in the auction at the time of this post, you have the chance to be the lucky winner of 30 pre owned laptops. This laptop wholesale lot comes from a government surplus auction, and consists of a great many assorted laptops of assorted makes and models. Please note that the hard drives have been removed from all of these laptops, and some of these laptops may need additional repairs. This auction is not for those seeking a cheap used laptop, but rather for those who are interested in making a big bucket of cash selling the hundreds of original like new and used parts from these 30 low cost laptops. Your cost is so low that one relatively cheap laptop used for selling spare parts online can earn you more than the original device would have cost you, even if you were to buy it in brand new condition! This lot includes a wade range of laptops. Most, if not all of the computer parts laptop parts and miscellaneous hardware in these thirty used laptops for sale are re-sellable, and will help their seller bring home some serious money very quickly. There may even be some potential gaming computer parts in these devices, which would sell in an instant due to the high demand on gaming parts due to the heavy use of such devices.

Bottom line is, we want you to make some quick cash now. Selling online is a cinch if you buy your products at very low prices, and have half a clue as to what you’re doing. ¬†This auction ends on the Twenty Eighth of August, at 4:35 PM Central Time. As of the time of this post, there remain but¬†0¬†Days and¬†3.5¬†Hours until you are the proud owner of this unbelievably great deal on 30 laptops loaded up with many salable parts!For any further information, simply¬†click here¬†to subscribe to¬†www.governmentauctions.org¬†for your FREE 3 day trial today!


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Posted in Apple, Computers, electronics, Live Auction, Live Auction Items, Online Auction, Online Auction Items, Surplus
Friday, August 7, 2015

Government Surplus Auction Guide

Government Surplus Auction Guide

Hey there! We heard that you want to know how a typical government auction works, and we would love to help you understand everything from beginning to end.Here’s a behind the scenes¬†look at the government surplus auctions scene from our comprehensive¬†experiences in the field as¬†well as from¬†an online government auctions websites perspective.¬†

There are two main categories of federal government auctions:

A) Seized Property Auctions:

This includes government seized car auctions, other seized auctions, seized auto auction, etc.

B) Surplus Property Auctions:

 This includes original property of the military surplus auction, state auctions like Wisconsin surplus auction, and other military surplus auctions.

Seized Property Auctions:

A) come about via

i. Criminal Seizures

Example: Drug trafficker’s home is raided, and his possessions are confiscated because they were purchased with money made from illegal activities.

ii. Tax Seizures

Example: IRS finds individual did not pay the required tax, and seizes the person’s possessions, (like cars, jewelry, and real estate) and sells them with the intent to sell them to satisfy outstanding tax liability. Sometimes these are even sold via online tax lien auctions!

iii. Customs Seizures

Example:  from companies that tried to smuggle merchandise into the country without paying import duties or declaring merchandise properly, or even from people that failed to declare their merchandise properly when returning from a foreign vacation.

All of the above is included as well as any other ill-gotten gains.

Example: Police seizures of stolen property, not claimed by rightful owner within the allotted time, so the property goes into a police seized auction.

Example: local sheriff’s sales of foreclosed real estate and other court ordered assets go into federal government auctions that specialize in government property auctions.

Surplus Property Auctions:

These are essentially US government auctions for goods or property that a particular government agency no longer needs or that have been become obsolete by government standards. This category includes state surplus auction sales as well.

Example: a particular state decides to sell its automobiles or other equipment which it no longer has any use for, and it decides to upgrade by selling its unwanted assets in a gov surplus auction.

Example: A state university sells furniture, sports equipment, scientific equipment, or medical supplies to make way for new ones by selling off their holdings in gov surplus auctions.

Example: the US military decides to sell its surplus equipment through a military surplus auction. In the case of the US army, any American military goods that have been classified as surplus are ones that fit the following criteria:

  • Surplus military goods may be becoming too old or obsolete for our military’s current use ‚Äď like tents, sleeping bags, and clothing, all of which go through some wear and tear over time, and it is only a matter of time before the military deems the items unfit for official use.
  • Military technology advances have created a need to upgrade to current state of the art equipment that is better than the enemy’s equipment. That is to say, when you take a look at any of these items sold in public surplus auctions, you can see on the market that there have been new and upgraded versions created with modified technology that is a better fit for today’s military requirements. Instruments used in the field from the 1980s are very different from the ones the military uses today. They could be made from different materials, might be designed differently, and today are able to withstand colder and hotter temperatures. With all of the above in mind, we can understand the reasoning behind why military surplus goods items are such bargains online. The underlying reason for these amazing deals that you can find at any US government auction is that the military needs to keep our armed forces equipped, armed, and supplied with the most cutting edge military technology that is available today.

Now we understand the structure of the typical government liquidation auction.

Let’s discuss how it all works on your end.

In all these circumstances, the government agency involved (either directly, through online government auctions on government auction sites, or through a third party auctioneer) typically puts up the property at a public oral auction, and the general public is able to attend and bid on the seized or surplus items or property, and the goods go to the highest bidder.

While this works differently for various auctions the larger ones typically make a special list available for the public two to three weeks before the auction. This is a list of items is created by the government agency that will be conducting the sale or auction, and is put out in order to help bidders decide what they want to buy and how much they would like to spend.

There will usually be a one or two-day period several days before the auction during which one must register for the auction, and during which time one can (and should) inspect the merchandise that will be offered up for bid on the auction day.

When you register for the auction, you will typically get a large bidder number and an auction catalog that will list the items up for sale next to their ID numbers. Then, when you walk around the inspection area and physically look at and inspect the goods that will be up for bid, you will notice that they are marked with their ID numbers which you can then look up in the auction catalog.

Sometimes, however, inspection of a particular lot may be in another location altogether, (like some government customs auctions).

Several days later, at the time of the actual auction, the auctioneer will call out the ID number of the item being auctioned off (one-by one), and will give a short description of the item. At that time, the auctioneer will begin soliciting bids. This process will go on until the item is sold to the highest bidder, and then bidding begins on the next item.

For most merchandise or property, full payment will have to be made that day (or within several days) via cash or cashier’s check, and you will have to remove it from the promises yourself.

In the case of real estate or other very expensive items, there is usually a 10 to 20% deposit that will be required on the day of the auction, and you may have from several weeks to a month to pay the balance.

We hope that this guide has educated you on the various types of government surplus auctions, and how to take advantage of the great deals being offered, even if it your first time at the auction house! For any further information, and to view government surplus auctions near you,  simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial.

Chao!


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