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Furniture, Art & Household Estate Auction!

Animation2Are you looking to purchase some valuable furniture and items for your home? Check out this court ordered online auction conducted on behalf of the Los Angeles county public administrator and treasurer & tax collector. This auction ends on October 6, 2020 at 11am ET. This auction features 200 lots of mid-century modern, antique, vintage and contemporary furniture, fine and decorative paintings, prints and other art, household items & accessories! All these items have very high retail values, but if you bid on this auction before closing time you can have a chance at owning some of these amazing items for the best deal out there! If you would like to inspect these items in person before deciding whether or not to place a bid then you must contact the custodian ahead of time to schedule an appointment. It’s the Buyer’s responsibility to understand & comply with the complete Terms & Conditions of the sale. Email service@cwsmarketing.com or call 855 463-3183 for any questions or inquiries. Property located at 16610 East Chestnut Street, City of Industry, CA 91748. Make sure you attend this special auction to have a chance at bidding and being the lucky winner! For any further information, simply click here to subscribe to www.governmentauctions.org for your FREE 3 day trial.

Los Angeles County Public Estate Auction: Rare Collectibles At Low Prices!

LAseizedauctionYou may or may not know this, but estate auctions are a truly fantastic way to score a great deal on seized merchandise. And on August 10th, 2013, there will be a Los Angeles County Public Estate Auction open to the general public. The auction starts at 9am and will have all kind of cool stuff such as antiques, vintage and contemporary furniture, diamonds, gold and silver jewelry, art, vintage and newer books and records, tools, appliances, electronics, household items, large box lots, automobiles, and a whole lot more. All winning bidders must present a $100 refundable deposit in the form of cash for the goods they win. They will be required to pay in full the day of the item’s removal. Want to learn more about this public estate auction selling seized merchandise? If so, then simply click here in order to activate your 3 day free trial on GovernmentAuctions.org!