Going Out of Business Auction: 11 December 2006

Bob & Sallie Connelly will conduct an on-site Going Out of Business Auction for Mutual Wholesale Services indoors at 184 Robinson Street, Binghamton, NY on Monday, December 11, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. Going Out of Business Auction: Monday, December 11, 2006 with a preview at 5:00 p.m. View Map Gene Burns has sold his property and is retiring. Included in the auction are desks, chairs, file cabinets, a glass display case, and a Ricoh FT4415 copier. Also included are advertising materials, 11,000 plastic popcorn bags, office supplies and equipment, balance scales, three small modern cigar store Indians, and three 2 X 4 ft marble slabs of about 200 lbs. each. Special item: 2004 Craftsman 8-HP Electric Start Snowblower with less than 15 hours of use.

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On-Site Estate Auction with Real Estate

Bob & Sallie Connelly will conduct an On-Site Estate Auction of the contents of 30 Church St, Unadilla, NY 13849 View Map on Saturday, December 9, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. with a preview at 9:00 a.m. Don and Jean Shaver have moved to an assisted living facility. The contents of their house will sell at 10:00 a.m., tools in a separate auction at 11:00 a.m., the real estate at noon, a 1962 Corvair Monza coupe at 12:15 p.m., and a small group of coins at 12:30 p.m.

Contents. Selling without reserve (real estate excepted) are furniture, including a massive oak china closet, chests, mirrors, tables, cupboards, bedroom suites, and trunks; miscellaneous and collectibles, including an Ovoid Stoneware Crock by D. Weston, candy containers, lanterns, butter churn and molds, and an engraving by Sir Edwin Landseer; On-Site Estate Auction with Real Estate: Saturday December 9, 2006: 30 Church Street, Unadilla, NY.oil lamps, including glass lamps and an Aladdin lamp in jade green; clocks, including figural clocks by Ansonia & Gilbert, and an art deco ship clock; sterling and silver plate, including a Royal Danish sterling service for 8, serving pieces, and a 3-piece creamer and sugar set; jewelry, including watches, rings, heart shaped pendant with diamonds, and boxes of costume jewelry; glassware, china and pottery, including a Rookwood vase, early Derby china, a Limoges chocolate pot, a large assortment of English, German, Bavarian, and Japanese dishes, and a Wedgewood tea set; contemporary, including a redwood picnic table, maple 1950s dining room set, chairs, beds, dressers, tables, and a maple desk; and appliances, including a Frigidaire side-by-side refrigerator, Whirlpool washer and electric dryer, Amana range, and a Sharp microwave oven.

Tools, selling at 11:00 a.m. include a Cub Cadet Tractor 2155 with mower, plow, and dump cart, a leaf blower, a weed whacker, a snowblower, a tool grinder, and assorted hand and power tools. Selling at 12:15 p.m. is the 1962 Corvair Monza Coupe. Last driven in 1984, it has 63,000 original miles and comes with spare doors, trunk and engine lids. A small group of coins, selling at 12:30 p.m., includes silver dollars, Indian head and wheat pennies, "V" nickels, and silver coins.

3-Room House with Garage, Outbuilding1962 Corvair Monza coupe.Oak china closet with curved glass ends.Indian motorcycle candy container.
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Figural clock with outside escapement.Rookwood vase.Sterling silver serving pieces.Ovoid Stoneware Crock by D. Weston.

Real Estate. Connelly Realty, Robert J. Connelly Broker, will auction the 1.5 story, 3 bedroom house at noon. Opening bid is $60,000. The house, on a 75 X 200 ft. lot, is clean and ready to move in with no deferred maintenance. It is selling AS IS with a Warranty deed. It has 8.5 rooms over a full, poured concrete basement, an attached garage, and a detached 16 X 48 ft. out-building. Heated by oil-fired hot air, it has a new electric hot water heater, and 200 amps electric service. It may be seen by appointment.

Additional details, photos, a partial list of items, terms and directions are available in the auction brochure (PDF: 430 KB).

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