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Oct
19
Sat
Four Bedroom Home & Contents Auction
Oct 19 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Four Bedroom Home & Contents Auction

 

Four Bedroom Home & Contents Auction

Saturday, October 19th

SALE START IS DELAYED ONE HOUR DUE TO SHOWERS!

Contents start @ 9:30 am

Real Estate sells @ 12:30 pm

508 Pleasant Street Osage, Iowa

Lloys Brown: Owner

Open House & Auction Preview - Saturday, Oct. 12th from 12-2 pm

New Additions! we found a box of rings and jewelry which include bakelite rings, gold/silver rings & costume jewelry. Pyrex bowls and more Osage advertising! Check the photo gallery near the bottom for new additions!

Personal Property Contents: starting at 9:30 am

Antique furniture; Salt Glaze & Stoneware crocks and jugs; Primitive wooden trunks & tool chest; ammunition box; wainscot jelly cupboard; retro cushion patio chairs; Mid Century blonde cedar chest and wardrobe; Lane cedar chest; wood dressers, chests & furniture; wooden brown electric lift chair; small mid century stereo cabinet; Mission Style bookshelf; oak “S” front high boy; lawyers bookcase; old “American Red Cross Motor Corps” metal flag; old fraternal sword; old University of Iowa pennant; old pop crates; tools; Cabbage Patch doll; various collectibles, household and furniture.

Osage Memorabilia: 1960's women's softball jersey's with local business advertising from the Osage Cardinal's Women's Softball team!

Coin Collection: Selling at 11:00 am

Antique coin collection including (30) Eisenhower Dollars, 1844 Large Cent, Peace Dollars, proof sets, Mercury dimes, foreign coins, 1893 Columbian half dollar, 1844 Cent, Flying Eagle Cent, Commemorative coins, tokens and more!

Real Estate: Selling at 12:30 pm

Don't miss this opportunity to name your price on this two story, 4 bedroom, 2 ½ bath home right in the heart of Osage! This home has a variety of potential with the separate, one bedroom space for a home office or potential rental income. Mark the open houses on your calendar and visit with your lender as this will be a cash sale with a $5,000 deposit due on auction day with the remainder due at closing. The assessed value is $74,970 and current taxes are $1,012. Closing handled by Larson Law Office of Osage. 

 


Real Estate Terms & Conditions

Deposit of $5,000 (non-refundable), due on the day of auction when successful bidder will execute a standard real estate contract. The remainder of the purchase price is due at closing on or about November 19th. Real Estate taxes will be prorated to date of closing. The property is being sold “As is where is”. Closing handled by Larson Law Office of Osage. Buyer is responsible to perform their own due diligence in regard to value and fitness of the property. Sellers have the right to reject any or all bids. Statements the day of the auction will take precedence over all prior communication, written or oral. The information gathered for this brochure is from sources deemed reliable, but cannot be guaranteed by auctioneer or seller.

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Nov
6
Wed
Brandau Backhoe Retirement Auction @ 302 Floyd Street dd Iowa
Nov 6 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Brandau Backhoe Retirement Auction @ 302 Floyd Street dd Iowa

*****

Contractor Retirement Auction

Wednesday, November 6th @ 10:00 am

Seller: Brandau Backhoe

302 Floyd Street Rudd, Iowa

(Southside of RR tracks behind Viafield Co-Op)

Auction preview - Tuesday, November 5th from 12-2 pm or call Curt 641.420.3110

Online bidding available for Equipment!

Click here to register and bid online

Tools, Shop & Parts Starting at 10:00 am

  • Gas operated chop saws
  • ICS gas-powered chainsaw style concrete saw
  • "jumping jack" compactors
  • Parts bin full of brass fittings & connectors for water line
  • Various pipe & tile connectors
  • laser levels & tripods
  • Apache Bullseye laser receiver for dozer
  • tap machine for live tapping water line
  • welding bench
  • Miller stick welder
  • 2 – 500-gallon fuel barrels w/electric pumps
  • 3” gas-powered trash pumps

Crawlers, Backhoe, Excavator & Equipment

  • 2012 Case 580 Super N WT tractor loader backhoe, 4x4, Extendahoe, ride control, air ride seat, aux rear hyd, H type PS transmission, selectable pilot hoe controls, power lift, HAC, 92” front bucket, 36” rear bucket, SN#JJGN58WTLCC567529
  • frost hook, 12”, 24” & 36” buckets, breaker/plate tamper for Case backhoes
  • 2004 Stanley hydraulic breaker, Stanley hydraulic plate compactor for Case backhoes
  • 1980 Case 850B track loader, diesel, new undercarriage less than 250 hours ago, 78” bucket, street pads, hours unknown, comes with new seat
  • 1994 Case 550E crawler dozer w/6 way blade, diesel, 1800 hours,
  • 1994 Samsung SE130 LCM excavator, motor damaged, thumb, 28” bucket, manual quick coupler, hours unknown, mechanics special!
  • frost hook, 60” ditching bucket and 30” bucket w/rock teeth for Samsung

Skid Loader, Attachments & Misc. Equipment

  • 2000 Case 1845 skid loader, open station, aux. hyd, 72" bucket, deep rubber, 3100 hours
  • pallet forks for skid loader
  • 72” landscape planer
  • 84” hydraulic angle snow plow
  • Hydraulic post hole auger
  • Cat #12 motor grader, diesel, pony motor start (non-running pony motor), 14' moldboard, good tires
  • Leroi pull type air compressor
  • 8' x 60” Pro Shield trench box
  • trammel type soil sifter

Trucks & Trailers

  • 1988 White/GMC semi tractor, day cab, 12.7 Series 60 Detroit Diesel, Fuller 9 spd trans, aluminum front rims, air ride, 870K miles
  • 1994 Ford F700 single axle gas dump truck w/Viking 11' angle plow, 70K miles, AT, deep rear rubber
  • 1979 Ford tandem axle diesel dump truck, Cummins motor, 16' steel box, pintle hitch, spring ride, air brakes
  • 2006 Dodge 1500 4x4 gas pickup, Mega Cab, heavy suspension, 280K miles
  • 2004 Big Tow B-10 tag trailer, tandem duals, 10 ton, 102” x 19' + 5'
  • 1970 Behls 18' +4' tag trailer, 10 ton
  • 1956 Dorsey 24' + 2' low-boy semi-trailer, tandem duals
  • 2005 Haulmark 16x7 enclosed trailer, 3500 pound axles, ramp door, set up for mobile shop.
  • Ditch Witch tandem axle 12' +4' skid loader trailer, ramps

Auctioneers Note: Ever wanted to own your own dump truck or backhoe? Here is your chance as Curt Brandau has decided to retire from the excavating business and sell his full line of equipment to the highest bidder at public auction. Online bidding available.

 

Live auction terms: Cash, good check or credit card. Credit cards add 4% convenience fee.
Online auction terms: See website for online terms.

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Nov
19
Tue
114 Acre Prime Floyd County Land Auction @ Nora Springs Community Center
Nov 19 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
114 Acre Prime Floyd County Land Auction @ Nora Springs Community Center

 

 

114 Acres m/l

Floyd County Land Auction

Tuesday November 19th @ 10:30 AM

Nora Springs Community Center
16 South Summit, Nora Springs, Iowa

NW 1/4 NE 1/4 & S 1/2 NE 1/4 except 5.71 acres, Rock Grove Township, Floyd County
(intersection of 110th Street & Dancer Avenue, from Nora Springs

go 4 miles north on S70 to 110th street and then 1 3/4 miles east)

CSR2 of 90.5

Well tiled

More information coming soon!

Seller: Dennis C. Hartwig

BenchmarkAgribusiness.com

Fred Greder 641-425-0080

FoxAuctionCompany.com

Frank Fox 641-420-3243

 


Real Estate Terms & Conditions

Deposit of $75,000 (non-refundable), due on day of auction when successful bidder will execute a standard real estate contract. Buyers shall provide a bank letter of credit in the amount of the deposit or through prior arrangements suitable to seller's and auctioneer. Remainder of purchase price due at closing on or about December 19th. Sellers will pay transfer tax and provide clear marketable title at closing. Real Estate taxes will be prorated to date of closing. The property is being sold “As is where is”. Closing handled by Fred Greder of Benchmark Agribusiness Inc. of Mason City. Buyer is responsible to perform their own due diligence in regard to value and fitness of property. Sellers have the right to reject any or all bids. Statements the day of the auction will take precedence over all prior communication, written or oral. The information gathered for this brochure is from sources deemed reliable, but cannot be guaranteed by auctioneer or seller. All acres are considered more or less.

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RECENT PAST AUCTIONS

Oct
1
Mon
Online Only Auction for Norma Raymond
Oct 1 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Online Only Auction for Norma Raymond

Online Only Moving Auction
for Norma Raymond of Mason City

All bidding done online!

Lots start to close @ 6:30 pm Monday October 1st

Preview items for sale @ 905 1st Street S.E. Mason City, Iowa during the dates and hours specified in the online catalog

(2 blocks south of East Park on the east side of the railroad tracks)

Go to the Online Catalog button for full listing and to bid!

How Do Online Only Auctions Work?

Review the items in the online auction, place your bids. A few things to remember when placing your bids:

You can place your highest bid amount when entering your bid. The system will bid on your behalf. You won’t need to watch your items throughout the auction – the system takes care of your bids for you! Please note that the system bids as if you were bidding – for example: If an item has a bid of $100 and you enter your maximum bid of $300 – the system will only go up to your next bid increment and bid $110 for you. If someone else enters a bid of $120 on that item the system will then bid again for you at $130, and so on up to your highest or maximum bid. It doesn’t automatically bid your highest bid first thing.

Our auctions have a Soft Close. What does Soft Close mean? Simply put, it means that the bidding ends when all bidders have quit participating. There is no last minute steal or bid sniping - it's like a live auction, the auctioneer holds on until everyone has their bids in and no further bids are received. An item will not officially close until no bids have been put forth for 2 minutes.

Please note when the pick up date and time is – we set that with very specific reasons in mind. Most of our online auctions are being held for people who may be moving and have a date that all items need to be removed from the house, etc. You must be able to attend the pick up date between the times noted, be sure of those before you place bids.

If you do not pick up your items during the advertised pick up date and times, we do not hold onto your item for you. You are automatically billed through our system and your item will be disposed of.

For most of our online auctions we will have an Open House/Preview. This is a time where you can attend the residence and touch and feel the items that you are interested in. If you are unsure of any item, please make sure to attend the Open House/Preview or contact the Auctioneers prior to the Open House/Preview to get further information on specific items. We are not at the location with the items throughout the day – so it’s very difficult for the Auctioneers to get last minute information.

For online auctions payment will be made by credit card only. Your card on file will be charged after the close of the auction. Remember that there is a 15% buyers premium.

If you have any questions, we’re here to help! Just contact us: Phone: Pam - 641-903-6531

Auctioneers Note: As Norma is moving closer to her family she will sell her automobile, antiques, collectibles  and household items at auction. Please go to the online catalog for preview dates, pick up dates, photos and descriptions!

 


Terms: All bidding will be done online.  Payment by credit card only. 15% buyers premium will be applied to all invoices. All items sold “as is where is” See online bidding catalog for complete payment, preview and pick up terms

Oct
13
Sat
Vaughn & Carol Rossum Country Moving Auction @ Rural Osage Iowa
Oct 13 @ 9:30 am – 2:00 pm
Vaughn & Carol Rossum Country Moving Auction @ Rural Osage Iowa

Vaughn & Carol Rossum

Country Moving Auction

Saturday October 13th @ 9:30 AM

1260 330th Street Osage, IA

Auction preview Friday from 3-6 pm

Directions: From Osage, 8 miles west on Highway 9 to Dancer Ave, then 3 miles south to 330th street, then ½ mile west (below cell phone tower!) Follow signs

Tools & Parts: Selling @ 9:30

2 or 3 hay racks of tools; antique tools & shop equipment inlcuding: Stihl 031 chainsaw; Milwaukee cut off saw; Craftsman sliding miter saw; Graco airless sprayer; new Conklin hydraulic oil, penetrating oil & chain lube; Craftsman table saw; new Smith torch outfit; vintage tractor manuals; power tools; tap & die set; tractor & automotive parts and much more.

Yard Equipment & Outdoor:

Ariens front & rear tine tillers; 25 gallon pull type sprayer; leaf sweeper; Trek 800 & Millenia adult bicycles; power washer; ladders, Phoenix grill; refrigerator cart and more.

Tractors & Farm Equipment: Selling around Noon

1975 IH 766 diesel tractor, WF, Hiniker cab, 4K hours, recent overhaul, SN#15128; IH 460 gas tractor, NF, new clutch, Dual hydraulic loader, fast hitch, SN#14116; Farmall H gas tractor, NF, not running, SN#202134; Katolight 15KW PTO generator; New Idea small PTO manure spreader w/slop gate; Farm King 8' three point snow blower, twin auger; IH 3x14” fast hitch plow; Hay rack on Oliver running gear; IH 6 row front mount cultivator; fast hitch 6' rear blade; barge box on Minnesota gear; WilRich 26' filed cultivator; IH 6 row planter; 5' Bush Hog three point rotary cutter.

Snowmobiles, Toys & Guns: Selling after Farm Equipment

1974 Rupp Nitro II snowmobile, nice restorable condition; 1999 Polaris Indy Touring snowmobile, runs; Vintage Rupp helmet; Case 4890 1/32 die cast tractor; White 2-180 1/16 scale; 1996 Iowa State Fair 4440 1/16; Stevens Mod 820B 12 ga. Pump shotgun; H.J. Sterling side by side hammer 12 ga shotgun; Remington Mod 33 bolt .22 rifle; Remington Fieldmaster Mod 572 pump .22 rifle w/scope.

Farm Primitives, Funky Junk & Yard Art: Selling after guns

steel wheel wagon frames & carts; John Deere corn binder; pipe garden gate; Galloway belt drive oat huller; chicken nest; galvanized wash tubs; directional weather vane w/pig; egg baskets; old bicycles; green gas station lights; cream cans; cast iron separator stands; brass fire extinguisher; mirrored wardrobe; 4' stone mill wheel from Nora Springs flour mill; barn cupolas; old barn boards; gas engine truck and much more!

For information & to preview call Vaughn @ 641-425-1196

or Frank Fox 641-420-3243

Auctioneers Note: Come on out to the country for a fun filled auction with Vaughn & Carol Rossum! This collection is from a multi generation farm. Dress accordingly as we have a large shed in case of rain for part of the auction!

Lunch on site


Announcements sale day take precedence over printed material.

Terms: Cash, good check & credit card w/4% fee. All items sold “as is where is” Nothing removed until paid for.

 

Oct
20
Sat
Multi Estate Collector Car, Truck and Auto Parts Auction @ Fox Auction Yard
Oct 20 @ 9:30 am – 2:30 pm
Multi Estate Collector Car, Truck and Auto Parts Auction @ Fox Auction Yard

Multi Estate Collector Car, Truck and Auto Parts Auction
Owners: Gary Krause Estate & Others

Saturday, October 20th @ 9:30 AM 5000 11th STREET SE, MASON CITY, IOWA

Vintage & Collector Cars, Trucks & Parts Auction

Saturday October 20th @ 9:30 AM

5000 11th STREET SE, MASON CITY, IOWA

(1/2 mile south of NIACC)

Preview Friday from 3-6 PM

SALE ORDER: 

9:30am - Hay racks of parts, trim, intakes, heads, magazines and so on will start
12:00 Noon - Signs, oil cans, gas station lights, displays and cabinets
1:00 - Motorcycles, Cars, Trucks, Motors
After Cars - finish up on any hay racks, rims, hoods, seats etc.

ONLINE BIDDING FOR SELECT ITEMS IS OPEN!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER AND BID!

Collector Cars & Trucks for Restoration or Parts (See photos on website for condition!):

Project Vehicles (most are complete but non running)-

1970 Ford Gran Torino GT 2 door fastback, missing front clip

1988 GMC Jimmy 4x4

2 late 1930's Lincoln Zephyr 4 door sedan's

1973 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia

1967 Chevy ½ ton 4x4

1957 Chevrolet Cameo pickup

1964 Corvair convertible

1970 Chevrolet C20 4x4 pickup

1968 GMC ¾ ton 4x4 pickup

1985 Chevrolet ½ ton 2x4 pickup

1964 Chevrolet Chevelle parts car, electric windows & A/C

1979 Corvette, no motor or transmission

1951 Ford 2 door

1951 Ford 2 door

1964 Ford Thunderbird

2016 Ford Taurus Car:  2016 Ford Taurus Limited 4 door car, white, 65K miles, heated and cooled leather seats, navigation, Loaded! This is from Dene Duenow of St Ansgar who has moved to a nursing home. This is one sharp car and sells with no reserve!

Motors, Auto Parts & Misc:

Pair of Chevy 348 motor's

tri power intake for Chevrolet 348

Cummins diesel engine from truck

old school skinny Crager rims

NOS seat covers for 1957/58 Chevy

NOS Turbo mufflers

old school mag wheels

Chevy blazer seats

collection of parts for late 1960-early 1970 Chevy trucks

1969 Chevelle bucket seats

collection of car parts for late 1960's early 1970's Ford & Chevy cars

671 blower case and end plates

350 chevy blocks

automatic transmissions

4 speed transmissions

headers

drag slicks

1950's fiberglass boat w/trailer and motor (looks like a 57 Chevy!)

and much more yet to be uncovered!

Motorcycle's:
Correction: this motorcycle is a 2007 model! Harley Davidson Ultra Classic full dress motorcycle w/30,000 miles, chrome mag rims, highway bars, 96 cubic inch engine, Vance & Hines pipes, in excellent condition
1980's Honda Gold Wing Aspencade motorcycle, non running
Pair of Harley Davidson 175 dirt bikes for parts or restoration

Gas & Oil Memorabilia: porcelain gas station lights; collection of oil and gas cans; 6' plastic Phillips 66 lighted double sideed sign; 7' plastic Texaco lighted double sided sign; Dr Pepper 25 cent pop machine; 2 sided Goodyear Tire sign; Miller Beer clock; collection of auto parts signs; 10'x6' plastic DX lighted double sided pole sign; gas station island light on pole; 10'x8' plastic Standard lighted double sided pole sign; gas station product display cabinets; oil rack displays; hub caps and much more too numerous to mention.

Auctioneers Note: Great selection of vintage and collector cars & trucks for restoration and parts from the Gary Krause Estate and others. Online bidding available for select items! Go to our website to register & bid!

Lunch served on grounds

Terms: cash or good check. Nothing removed until paid for.

Announcements auction day take precedence over printed material.

Frank Fox 641-420-3243

Announcements sale day take precedence over printed material.

Terms: Cash, good check & credit card w/4% fee. All items sold “as is where is” Nothing removed until paid for.

Click on the links below to open a new window with Photos!

PHOTOS C, added on 10-17

PHOTOS B, added on 10-7
PHOTOS A

Oct
22
Mon
Online Only Auction for James & Mildred Rogers
Oct 22 @ 6:30 pm
Online Only Auction for James & Mildred Rogers

Online Only Estate Auction
for the James & Mildred Rogers Estate of Osage

All bidding done online!

Lots start to close @ 6:30 pm Monday October 22nd
Pre-bid on items now!
PLEASE READ the document entitled "How Do Online Auctions Work" under the sale bill tab for instructions on bidding and how the Soft Close feature works!

Preview items for sale @ 721 Pine Street Osage, Iowa during the dates and hours specified in the online catalog

(1 block west of the hospital)

Go to the Online Catalog button for full listing and to bid!

How Do Online Only Auctions Work?

Review the items in the online auction, place your bids. A few things to remember when placing your bids:

You can place your highest bid amount when entering your bid. The system will bid on your behalf. You won’t need to watch your items throughout the auction – the system takes care of your bids for you! Please note that the system bids as if you were bidding – for example: If an item has a bid of $100 and you enter your maximum bid of $300 – the system will only go up to your next bid increment and bid $110 for you. If someone else enters a bid of $120 on that item the system will then bid again for you at $130, and so on up to your highest or maximum bid. It doesn’t automatically bid your highest bid first thing.

Our auctions have a Soft Close. What does Soft Close mean? Simply put, it means that the bidding ends when all bidders have quit participating. There is no last minute steal or bid sniping - it's like a live auction, the auctioneer holds on until everyone has their bids in and no further bids are received. An item will not officially close until no bids have been put forth for 2 minutes.

Please note when the pick up date and time is – we set that with very specific reasons in mind. Most of our online auctions are being held for people who may be moving and have a date that all items need to be removed from the house, etc. You must be able to attend the pick up date between the times noted, be sure of those before you place bids.

If you do not pick up your items during the advertised pick up date and times, we do not hold onto your item for you. You are automatically billed through our system and your item will be disposed of.

For most of our online auctions we will have an Open House/Preview. This is a time where you can attend the residence and touch and feel the items that you are interested in. If you are unsure of any item, please make sure to attend the Open House/Preview or contact the Auctioneers prior to the Open House/Preview to get further information on specific items. We are not at the location with the items throughout the day – so it’s very difficult for the Auctioneers to get last minute information.

For online auctions payment will be made by credit card only. Your card on file will be charged after the close of the auction. Remember that there is a 15% buyers premium.

If you have any questions, we’re here to help! Just contact us: Phone: Pam - 641-903-6531

Auctioneers Note: To help settle the estate of James & Mildred Rogers we are honored to sell their exceptionally clean and quality automobile, antiques, outdoor equipment, collectibles  and household items at auction. Please go to the online catalog for preview dates, pick up dates, photos and descriptions!

 


Terms: All bidding will be done online.  Payment by credit card only. 15% buyers premium will be applied to all invoices. All items sold “as is where is” See online bidding catalog for complete payment, preview and pick up terms

How Do Online Only Auctions Work?

Review the items in the online auction, place your bids. A few things to remember when placing your bids:

You can place your highest bid amount when entering your bid. The system will bid on your behalf. You won’t need to watch your items throughout the auction – the system takes care of your bids for you! Please note that the system bids as if you were bidding – for example: If an item has a bid of $100 and you enter your maximum bid of $300 – the system will only go up to your next bid increment and bid $110 for you. If someone else enters a bid of $120 on that item the system will then bid again for you at $130, and so on up to your highest or maximum bid. It doesn’t automatically bid your highest bid first thing.

Our auctions have a Soft Close. What does Soft Close mean? Simply put, it means that the bidding ends when all bidders have quit participating. There is no last minute steal or bid sniping - it's like a live auction, the auctioneer holds on until everyone has their bids in and no further bids are received. An item will not officially close until no bids have been put forth for 2 minutes.

Please note when the pick up date and time is – we set that with very specific reasons in mind. Most of our online auctions are being held for people who may be moving and have a date that all items need to be removed from the house, etc. You must be able to attend the pick up date between the times noted, be sure of those before you place bids.

If you do not pick up your items during the advertised pick up date and times, we do not hold onto your item for you. You are automatically billed through our system and your item will be disposed of.

For most of our online auctions we will have an Open House/Preview. This is a time where you can attend the residence and touch and feel the items that you are interested in. If you are unsure of any item, please make sure to attend the Open House/Preview or contact the Auctioneers prior to the Open House/Preview to get further information on specific items. We are not at the location with the items throughout the day – so it’s very difficult for the Auctioneers to get last minute information.

For online auctions payment will be made by credit card only. Your card on file will be charged after the close of the auction. Remember that there is a 15% buyers premium.

If you have any questions, we’re here to help! Just contact us: Phone: Pam - 641-903-6531

Oct
29
Mon
Online Only Moving Auction for Larry & Wendy Mallo
Oct 29 @ 6:30 pm
Online Only Moving Auction for Larry & Wendy Mallo

Online Only Moving Auction
for Larry & Wendy Mallo of Mason City

All bidding done online!

Lots start to close @ 6:30 pm Monday October 29th
Pre-bid on items now!
PLEASE READ the document entitled "How Do Online Auctions Work" under the sale bill tab for instructions on bidding and how the Soft Close feature works!

Preview items for sale @ 204 7th Street N.W Mason City, Iowa during the dates and hours specified in the online catalog

(1/2 block south of Holy Family Catholic Church)

Online only auction of antique oak curio cabinets, Hoosier
cabinets, filing cabinets, secretaries, dining tables and hall trees;
autographed sports memorabilia; RS Prussia China; musical instruments; 9'
billiards table; vintage & newer furniture; advertising; antiques; collectibles
and much more! Go to our website for full listing and online bidding link!
Live bidding can be done now up until each lot closes!

Click here To View & Bid Online

How Do Online Only Auctions Work?

Review the items in the online auction, place your bids. A few things to remember when placing your bids:

You can place your highest bid amount when entering your bid. The system will bid on your behalf. You won’t need to watch your items throughout the auction – the system takes care of your bids for you! Please note that the system bids as if you were bidding – for example: If an item has a bid of $100 and you enter your maximum bid of $300 – the system will only go up to your next bid increment and bid $110 for you. If someone else enters a bid of $120 on that item the system will then bid again for you at $130, and so on up to your highest or maximum bid. It doesn’t automatically bid your highest bid first thing.

Our auctions have a Soft Close. What does Soft Close mean? Simply put, it means that the bidding ends when all bidders have quit participating. There is no last minute steal or bid sniping - it's like a live auction, the auctioneer holds on until everyone has their bids in and no further bids are received. An item will not officially close until no bids have been put forth for 2 minutes.

Please note when the pick up date and time is – we set that with very specific reasons in mind. Most of our online auctions are being held for people who may be moving and have a date that all items need to be removed from the house, etc. You must be able to attend the pick up date between the times noted, be sure of those before you place bids.

If you do not pick up your items during the advertised pick up date and times, we do not hold onto your item for you. You are automatically billed through our system and your item will be disposed of.

For most of our online auctions we will have an Open House/Preview. This is a time where you can attend the residence and touch and feel the items that you are interested in. If you are unsure of any item, please make sure to attend the Open House/Preview or contact the Auctioneers prior to the Open House/Preview to get further information on specific items. We are not at the location with the items throughout the day – so it’s very difficult for the Auctioneers to get last minute information.

For online auctions payment will be made by credit card only. Your card on file will be charged after the close of the auction. Remember that there is a 15% buyers premium.

If you have any questions, we’re here to help! Just contact us: Phone: Pam - 641-903-6531

 


Terms: All bidding will be done online.  Payment by credit card only. 15% buyers premium will be applied to all invoices. All items sold “as is where is” See online bidding catalog for complete payment, preview and pick up terms

How Do Online Only Auctions Work?

Review the items in the online auction, place your bids. A few things to remember when placing your bids:

You can place your highest bid amount when entering your bid. The system will bid on your behalf. You won’t need to watch your items throughout the auction – the system takes care of your bids for you! Please note that the system bids as if you were bidding – for example: If an item has a bid of $100 and you enter your maximum bid of $300 – the system will only go up to your next bid increment and bid $110 for you. If someone else enters a bid of $120 on that item the system will then bid again for you at $130, and so on up to your highest or maximum bid. It doesn’t automatically bid your highest bid first thing.

Our auctions have a Soft Close. What does Soft Close mean? Simply put, it means that the bidding ends when all bidders have quit participating. There is no last minute steal or bid sniping - it's like a live auction, the auctioneer holds on until everyone has their bids in and no further bids are received. An item will not officially close until no bids have been put forth for 2 minutes.

Please note when the pick up date and time is – we set that with very specific reasons in mind. Most of our online auctions are being held for people who may be moving and have a date that all items need to be removed from the house, etc. You must be able to attend the pick up date between the times noted, be sure of those before you place bids.

If you do not pick up your items during the advertised pick up date and times, we do not hold onto your item for you. You are automatically billed through our system and your item will be disposed of.

For most of our online auctions we will have an Open House/Preview. This is a time where you can attend the residence and touch and feel the items that you are interested in. If you are unsure of any item, please make sure to attend the Open House/Preview or contact the Auctioneers prior to the Open House/Preview to get further information on specific items. We are not at the location with the items throughout the day – so it’s very difficult for the Auctioneers to get last minute information.

For online auctions payment will be made by credit card only. Your card on file will be charged after the close of the auction. Remember that there is a 15% buyers premium.

If you have any questions, we’re here to help! Just contact us: Phone: Pam - 641-903-6531

Dec
3
Mon
Online Only Antique Furniture, Primitive, Stoneware & Collectible Auction
Dec 3 @ 6:30 pm
Online Only Antique Furniture, Primitive, Stoneware & Collectible Auction

Online Only Antique, Furniture & Collectible Auction
915 North Federal Mason City

All bidding done online!

Click here To View & Bid Online

Lots start to close @ 6:30 pm Monday December 3rd
Pre-bid on items now!
PLEASE READ the document entitled "How Do Online Auctions Work" under the sale bill tab for instructions on bidding and how the Soft Close feature works!

Preview items for sale @ 915 North Federal Ave. Mason City, Iowa during the dates and hours specified in the online catalog

(4 1/2 blocks north of Fareway Grocery Store)

Sample of items up for sale:

  • Antique wooden shipping boxes
  • Farm Primitives
  • Red Wing, Fort Dodge, Western, Monmouth, Salt Glazed & Other stoneware
  • Paper ephemera
  • Gas Station and Auto Advertising
  • Antique, Primitive & Vintage Furniture including glass front bookcases, display cases, tables, dressers, cupboards, jelly cupboard & others
  • Buddy L, Lumar, Ertl & Tonka tin toys
  • Fiesta, Roseville, Depression & other glass and stoneware
  • Gas Station & Automotive paper advertising

Go to our website for full listing and online bidding link!Live bidding can be done now up until each lot closes!

Click here To View & Bid Online

How Do Online Only Auctions Work?

Review the items in the online auction, place your bids. A few things to remember when placing your bids:

You can place your highest bid amount when entering your bid. The system will bid on your behalf. You won’t need to watch your items throughout the auction – the system takes care of your bids for you! Please note that the system bids as if you were bidding – for example: If an item has a bid of $100 and you enter your maximum bid of $300 – the system will only go up to your next bid increment and bid $110 for you. If someone else enters a bid of $120 on that item the system will then bid again for you at $130, and so on up to your highest or maximum bid. It doesn’t automatically bid your highest bid first thing.

Our auctions have a Soft Close. What does Soft Close mean? Simply put, it means that the bidding ends when all bidders have quit participating. There is no last minute steal or bid sniping - it's like a live auction, the auctioneer holds on until everyone has their bids in and no further bids are received. An item will not officially close until no bids have been put forth for 2 minutes.

Please note when the pick up date and time is – we set that with very specific reasons in mind. Most of our online auctions are being held for people who may be moving and have a date that all items need to be removed from the house, etc. You must be able to attend the pick up date between the times noted, be sure of those before you place bids.

If you do not pick up your items during the advertised pick up date and times, we do not hold onto your item for you. You are automatically billed through our system and your item will be disposed of.

For most of our online auctions we will have an Open House/Preview. This is a time where you can attend the residence and touch and feel the items that you are interested in. If you are unsure of any item, please make sure to attend the Open House/Preview or contact the Auctioneers prior to the Open House/Preview to get further information on specific items. We are not at the location with the items throughout the day – so it’s very difficult for the Auctioneers to get last minute information.

For online auctions payment will be made by credit card only. Your card on file will be charged after the close of the auction. Remember that there is a 15% buyers premium.

If you have any questions, we’re here to help! Just contact us: Phone: Pam - 641-903-6531

 


Terms: All bidding will be done online.  Payment by credit card only. 15% buyers premium will be applied to all invoices. All items sold “as is where is” See online bidding catalog for complete payment, preview and pick up terms

How Do Online Only Auctions Work?

Review the items in the online auction, place your bids. A few things to remember when placing your bids:

You can place your highest bid amount when entering your bid. The system will bid on your behalf. You won’t need to watch your items throughout the auction – the system takes care of your bids for you! Please note that the system bids as if you were bidding – for example: If an item has a bid of $100 and you enter your maximum bid of $300 – the system will only go up to your next bid increment and bid $110 for you. If someone else enters a bid of $120 on that item the system will then bid again for you at $130, and so on up to your highest or maximum bid. It doesn’t automatically bid your highest bid first thing.

Our auctions have a Soft Close. What does Soft Close mean? Simply put, it means that the bidding ends when all bidders have quit participating. There is no last minute steal or bid sniping - it's like a live auction, the auctioneer holds on until everyone has their bids in and no further bids are received. An item will not officially close until no bids have been put forth for 2 minutes.

Please note when the pick up date and time is – we set that with very specific reasons in mind. Most of our online auctions are being held for people who may be moving and have a date that all items need to be removed from the house, etc. You must be able to attend the pick up date between the times noted, be sure of those before you place bids.

If you do not pick up your items during the advertised pick up date and times, we do not hold onto your item for you. You are automatically billed through our system and your item will be disposed of.

For most of our online auctions we will have an Open House/Preview. This is a time where you can attend the residence and touch and feel the items that you are interested in. If you are unsure of any item, please make sure to attend the Open House/Preview or contact the Auctioneers prior to the Open House/Preview to get further information on specific items. We are not at the location with the items throughout the day – so it’s very difficult for the Auctioneers to get last minute information.

For online auctions payment will be made by credit card only. Your card on file will be charged after the close of the auction. Remember that there is a 15% buyers premium.

If you have any questions, we’re here to help! Just contact us: Phone: Pam - 641-903-6531

Dec
8
Sat
Salvation Army Auction @ Southbridge Mall
Dec 8 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Salvation Army Auction @ Southbridge Mall

Salvation Army Live & Silent Auction

Saturday December 8th @ 10:30 AM

Inside main entrance to Southbridge Mall, Mason City, IA

Live and Silent Auctions with gift certificates to local businesses, overnight hotel stays, gift baskets, sports tickets, gold & silver coins, autographed sports memorabilia, baked goods and more! Items valued from $5 to $1,500!
For full information click here! 

 

Announcements sale day take precedence over printed material.

Terms: Cash or good check

 

Dec
17
Mon
Online Only Auction for NICAO #1
Dec 17 @ 6:30 pm
Online Only Auction for NICAO #1

NICAO Online Auction #1
for Community Action Weatherization Program

All bidding done online!

PICKUP ITEMS ON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19TH FROM 2-6PM AT 2817 4TH STREET S.E. MASON CITY (next to Mulligans Bar & Grill)

Lots start to close @ 6:30 pm Monday December 17th
Pre-bid on items now!
PLEASE READ the document entitled "How Do Online Auctions Work" under the sale bill tab for instructions on bidding and how the Soft Close feature works!

Preview items for sale @ 2817 4th Street S.E. Mason City, Iowa during the dates and hours specified in the online catalog

(Next to Mulligans Bar & Grill on the east edge of Mason City)

Online only auction of Office Furniture & Supplies, Power Tools, Ladders, Welder, Hand Tools and much more! Go to our website for full listing and online bidding link!
Live bidding can be done now up until each lot closes!

Click here To View & Bid Online

How Do Online Only Auctions Work?

Review the items in the online auction, place your bids. A few things to remember when placing your bids:

You can place your highest bid amount when entering your bid. The system will bid on your behalf. You won’t need to watch your items throughout the auction – the system takes care of your bids for you! Please note that the system bids as if you were bidding – for example: If an item has a bid of $100 and you enter your maximum bid of $300 – the system will only go up to your next bid increment and bid $110 for you. If someone else enters a bid of $120 on that item the system will then bid again for you at $130, and so on up to your highest or maximum bid. It doesn’t automatically bid your highest bid first thing.

Our auctions have a Soft Close. What does Soft Close mean? Simply put, it means that the bidding ends when all bidders have quit participating. There is no last minute steal or bid sniping - it's like a live auction, the auctioneer holds on until everyone has their bids in and no further bids are received. An item will not officially close until no bids have been put forth for 2 minutes.

Please note when the pick up date and time is – we set that with very specific reasons in mind. Most of our online auctions are being held for people who may be moving and have a date that all items need to be removed from the house, etc. You must be able to attend the pick up date between the times noted, be sure of those before you place bids.

If you do not pick up your items during the advertised pick up date and times, we do not hold onto your item for you. You are automatically billed through our system and your item will be disposed of.

For most of our online auctions we will have an Open House/Preview. This is a time where you can attend the residence and touch and feel the items that you are interested in. If you are unsure of any item, please make sure to attend the Open House/Preview or contact the Auctioneers prior to the Open House/Preview to get further information on specific items. We are not at the location with the items throughout the day – so it’s very difficult for the Auctioneers to get last minute information.

For online auctions payment will be made by credit card only. Your card on file will be charged after the close of the auction. Remember that there is a 15% buyers premium.

If you have any questions, we’re here to help! Just contact us: Phone: Pam - 641-903-6531

 


Terms: All bidding will be done online.  Payment by credit card only. 15% buyers premium will be applied to all invoices. All items sold “as is where is” See online bidding catalog for complete payment, preview and pick up terms

How Do Online Only Auctions Work?

Review the items in the online auction, place your bids. A few things to remember when placing your bids:

You can place your highest bid amount when entering your bid. The system will bid on your behalf. You won’t need to watch your items throughout the auction – the system takes care of your bids for you! Please note that the system bids as if you were bidding – for example: If an item has a bid of $100 and you enter your maximum bid of $300 – the system will only go up to your next bid increment and bid $110 for you. If someone else enters a bid of $120 on that item the system will then bid again for you at $130, and so on up to your highest or maximum bid. It doesn’t automatically bid your highest bid first thing.

Our auctions have a Soft Close. What does Soft Close mean? Simply put, it means that the bidding ends when all bidders have quit participating. There is no last minute steal or bid sniping - it's like a live auction, the auctioneer holds on until everyone has their bids in and no further bids are received. An item will not officially close until no bids have been put forth for 2 minutes.

Please note when the pick up date and time is – we set that with very specific reasons in mind. Most of our online auctions are being held for people who may be moving and have a date that all items need to be removed from the house, etc. You must be able to attend the pick up date between the times noted, be sure of those before you place bids.

If you do not pick up your items during the advertised pick up date and times, we do not hold onto your item for you. You are automatically billed through our system and your item will be disposed of.

For most of our online auctions we will have an Open House/Preview. This is a time where you can attend the residence and touch and feel the items that you are interested in. If you are unsure of any item, please make sure to attend the Open House/Preview or contact the Auctioneers prior to the Open House/Preview to get further information on specific items. We are not at the location with the items throughout the day – so it’s very difficult for the Auctioneers to get last minute information.

For online auctions payment will be made by credit card only. Your card on file will be charged after the close of the auction. Remember that there is a 15% buyers premium.

If you have any questions, we’re here to help! Just contact us: Phone: Pam - 641-903-6531

Dec
27
Thu
Live Onsite Surplus to Ongoing Operations Contractor Auction for Meints Construction @ 1710 4th Ave South Clear Lake, Iowa
Dec 27 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Live Onsite Surplus to Ongoing Operations Contractor Auction for Meints Construction @ 1710 4th Ave South Clear Lake, Iowa

Surplus to Ongoing Operations Contractor Auction

for Meints Construction

Thursday, December 27th @ 9:30 am

1710 4th Avenue South, Clear Lake, IA
See online results by clicking the button below!

Click here To View & Bid Online

Directions: I-35 to Clear Lake exit #193 take 4th Ave. west 1/2 mile. Located next to Midland Concrete Products. Follow signs

Questions? call Marlin "Slim" Meints @ 641-529-1940
Live internet bidding on select equipment

Sample of Items:

Case 586E 4x4, straight mast, all-terrain forklift, 6,000-pound lift, 1700 hours, nice!
2008 Kubota B7800 compact tractor, 4x4, cab, hydro, 
Kubota B2781A front mount snowblower, Kubota RC72 mid mount mower, only 200 one owner hours!
2005 Gehl CT5-16 compact telehandler, 5,000-pound lift, 4x4, 3-way steering, 3320 hours, call Frank Fox for more information 641.420.3243
2004 Chevy 3500 cube van, 12' box, roll up door, 6.0 engine, 275K miles on meter
2001 Chevy 3500 dually w/12' flatbed, 79K miles on meter,
1994 Dodge 2500 regular cab pickup w/8' Hiniker plow, 4x4, 114K miles on meter
16' tandem axle utility trailer
Over 50 sections of 5' scaffold and accessories
Various fiberglass and aluminum ladders
Skid loader mounted land plane w/hydraulic scarifier
2 or 3 hay racks of misc. power and carpenter tools, many new!
Office furniture
Lumber, screws, fasteners & building supplies
Concrete colorant, stencil and specialty products
Concrete hand and power tools
Power shop tools
Corded and cordless power tools
Shop storage racking and shelving and much, much more!

To inspect equipment call Slim @ 641-529-1940

Auctioneers Note: As Slim is retiring and has sold Meints Construction to a new owner he will sell this surplus equipment at public auction. Feel free to give him a call with questions or to inspect equipment. Dress accordingly as we have a large shed for part of the auction!

Lunch on site


Announcements sale day take precedence over printed material.

Terms: Cash, good check & credit card w/4% fee. All items sold “as is where is” Nothing removed until paid for.

Jan
12
Sat
Cabin Fever Auction feat. the Mark Chose Estate @ Carpenter Community Center
Jan 12 @ 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
Cabin Fever Auction feat. the Mark Chose Estate @ Carpenter Community Center

Outstanding collection of vintage fishing, hunting and outdoor collectibles from the Mark Chose Estate plus furniture, antiques and collectibles from others!

Cabin Fever Auction

Saturday January 12th @ 9:30 am

Carpenter Community Center, Carpenter, Iowa

Auction preview Friday from 4-6pm

Featuring Sporting Collectibles from the Mark Chose Estate

Vintage Decoys, Fishing Lures & Sportsman's: Over 200 old metal & wood fishing lures & plugs; collection of unique & vintage fishing rods & reels; vintage fishing lures in original boxes from Heddon, Bomber, Pflueger, Luhr-Jehnsen, Husky and more; 100+ wooden, fiberboard, metal, cork & plastic duck and goose decoys; bird, deer and wildlife sculptures; wood ammo boxes; old BB guns; oak machinists tool boxes; vintage shotgun shell's with boxes; old sportsman magazines and more.

Antiques, Collectibles & Toys: Over 100 die cast farm & construction toys from vintage to modern; Winchester, Remington, Texaco & other die cast airplane banks; Rail Road lanterns; lightning rod w/ball & tin horse weather vane; porcelain barn and gas station lights; oil and gas cans; 1930's Pepsi pop carrier; pine “bomb fuse” box; National brass cash register; galvanized chicken feeders; galvanized Prestone filler pail; repro Model T tin lizzie pedal car; 1915-1968 IA & MN license plates; gas station memorabilia; cloth seed sacks; duck & deer TV lamps; cast iron pans.

Stoneware, Prints, Signs & Furniture: Primitive wainscot cupboards; primitive wooden boxes & pine storage containers; Falstaff & Old Style lighted beer clock's; pine benches; Red Wing & other stoneware crocks & jugs; old swimming pool wire baskets; pine carpenter tool caddies; cream cans; metal advertising signs; large 1950's square Coca Cola sign; barn & church windows; cast iron cistern pumps; Mason City parking meter; oak drop front secretary hutch; old glass front store display cabinet; wildlife prints from Hansel and others; wicker loveseat & coffee table; funky Mid Century Modern 3 level coffee table; Heywood Wakefield credenza, dining table & 6 chairs; walnut coffee table w/wood inlay; ornate Eastlake bookshelf; x leg hall desk w/leather chair; spoon carved dresser; black chest of drawers and more!

Auctioneers Note: Join us in Carpenter to start the New Year with a great selection of vintage sportsman's items, antiques & collectibles from the Mark Chose Estate of Lake Mills, tasteful furniture from a Mason City Estate and more. For sale order come to the preview Friday from 4-6pm!

Announcements sale day take precedence over printed material
Terms: Cash, good check & credit card w/4% fee. All items sold “as is where is” Nothing removed until paid for.

 

 

Announcements sale day take precedence over printed material.

Terms: Cash, good check & credit card w/4% fee. All items sold “as is where is” Nothing removed until paid for.

No documents for this auction.

 

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About Us

We offer a full auction service including marketing, set-up, clerking and auctioneering at live auctions as well as on-line auctions if you wish. We have the capability and staff to hold an auction of one item or one thousand. If you are thinking of retiring from farming or selling land, give us a call.

641-420-3243