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Start Time:2/15/2024 3:00:00 PM
End Time:3/1/2024 12:00:20 AM
Bid Count:0
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Starting Bid:$5.00
Bid Increment:$1.00
Current Bid:$5.00
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Vintage Collectibles, Toys, and Memorabilia Online Auction

Step into a world of nostalgia at our upcoming online auction. From the timeless appeal of antique cast iron toys to the excitement of vintage Hot Wheels and Redline Hot Wheels, our toy and model section offers a delightful stroll down memory lane. Delve into the world of farm toys and exquisitely detailed 1:16 scale model tractors that capture the essence of rural life. In our collectibles category, uncover valuable coin collections, exquisite Fire King dishes, delicate jadeite glassware, and unique commemorative belt buckles that tell their own stories. For game enthusiasts, our auction features vintage board games, intricate puzzles, and charming mechanical banks. Explore antique photos, antique photo domes, and a wide range of auction lots that promise to add a touch of history and nostalgia to your collection.

This online auction features many 1:64 scale toy tractors & Hot Wheels cars, as well as other toy vehicles from Rod Widicker's collection from Bowdon, ND.  There are over 1200 packaged Hot Wheels cars, including a few Treasure Hunts, waiting to be added to a new collection.  Also on this sale is large amount of very nice quality, true vintage Fire King jadeite plates & cups. Several 1/16 scale farm toys and other models are scattered throughout the catalog. There are also plenty of other interesting select items from a few other consigners.

Bidding will begin on Thursday, February 15th, at 9:00 AM, and items will begin closing on Thursday, February 29nd, at 6:00 PM.  Items will not all close at once - they will close via a "Soft Close".  A soft Close means that if a bid is placed on any item within the last 60 seconds, 60 seconds will be added to the time for that item.  There will be a 6% buyers premium added to all winning bids. All credit cards will be charged following the auction. Pickup will be Noon - 5PM Friday March 1 and Saturday March 2 from 1613 Elm Ave, Harvey, ND 58341.

SHIPPING will be available for this auction.  Buyer will pay for all costs related to shipping.  Items will be shipped using Shipping Saint. Jadeite buyers are encouraged to come pick up their items as packing and shipping will be very difficult and expensive. Delivery options are available to Carrington, Jamestown and Valley City for $5/lot.

New bidders are encouraged to register at least one day prior to the auction ending. 

Read this and bid on the 2nd lot with no charge! Read the terms and conditions! 

If do not have an account with Integrity Auctioneers for online bidding, you need to do so, otherwise skip down to "Register for Auction."

3 Simple Steps if you are new to Integrity:

  1. Create Account. Scroll to the top and click “Login/Register” in the upper-righthand corner of the top black bar, or click "Login" on any lot. If you have an account put in your username and password and click login. For a new account click the “Register” button on the bottom of the window. You will need to put in a username, password, first and last name, email address, phone and mailing address. Next it will ask you for credit or debit card information. Your card will be authorized for $5, but refunded immediately. Sometimes however, the charge shows up on your bank/card account but will not disappear for up to 10 days.
  2. Verify email. You will go to your email account, and see an email from Integrity Auctioneers. If you don’t see it, check your spam folder. In the email there will be a Black or Blue “Verify Email” Button. Click the button.
  3. Register for auction. You have created an account and now you are ready to register for an auction. Simply, click the "Register for Auction" button on any lot. You will be prompted to agree to the terms and submit a card authorization. You are now ready to bid on this auction. 

Register for Auction:

On the auction catalog page you will see a button on each lot that says “Login” or “Register for Auction.” Click on that and you will be prompted to enter your username and password or confirm your information and credit card. Your card will be authorized for $5, but refunded immediately. Sometimes however, the charge shows up on your bank/card account but will not disappear for up to 10 days. If you just registered an account with integrity, it may seem redundant. The purpose is so that it is easier for future auctions. You will also need to agree to the terms and conditions. After you have confirmed your information, you can go back to the bidding page and you will be able to see “Bidding not started yet” or “Bid Here” on each lot. You are now set to bid. You may bid the next amount or leave a higher "Max Bid" and the system will bid for you. We encourage you to use the "max bid feature." Enter the highest amount you wish to bid. The system will bid for you up to the amount you enter, but you will only pay the increment above the previous bidder. After you have entered the amount you wish to bid, click "Confirm Bid" Congratulations, you have bid on the item!

For Timed Online Auctions:

You will need to read the terms and description to know if it is a hard or soft close. Hard close auctions end at the exact time showing on each lot. Soft close will add time to each or all lots if a bid is placed in the final moments of the auction for that lot.

For a Simulcast/Virtual Auction:

For online bidding when there will be an auctioneer (live auction with online bidding or simulcast/virtual auction) the following will happen at the appointed time: At the top of the bidding page a link will appear that says “Click here to watch the livestream auction. You will be able to see and hear the auctioneer/item, bid and see the upcoming lots. When bidding transitions to a virtual/simulcast auction at the appointed time, and the auctioneer is calling bids, please bid quick, as there can be a slight lag time in the internet. The auctioneer will begin with lot 1, and go in order, asking for any advance bid. When the auctioneer says "sold," the item is sold and he will move on to the next lot, just like a traditional auction. There is no timer countdown when there is a real, live bid calling auctioneer. If a “fair warning banner” is showing, your bid is not guaranteed to be accepted so be sure to bid fast.

For Everyone:

Refresh the web page often and use the "Max Bid" feature if you do not have a good internet connection. Integrity Auctioneers takes no responsibility for any failures or glitches in the internet. For any questions, call Ben at 605-850-1330.

No donations for this lot

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

Accounts:

By registering an account with Integrity Auctioneers (Integrity Auctioneers, LLC, Integrity, Integrity Auctioneers, employees, affiliates, and associates) you are agreeing to let Integrity hold and use your information for purposes of conducting auctions, place and receive bids from you through the online portal, communicate about upcoming auctions, new features/services, promotions, and arrange for payment of items, or make payment. Registered users, bidders, and consignors hold Integrity Auctioneers harmless for any liability in regard to injury, fire, theft, accidental damage, breakage, etc.

Auction Process, Agents for the Seller, Online Bidding:

Everything is sold as is where is. There are no guarantees to condition by Integrity Auctioneers. All guarantees to condition are between the seller and the buyer. All sales are final. Placing a bid in-person or through the online portal is a binding agreement such that if the bid wins the auction, bidders agree to purchase the item for the amount bid. Statements made at the auction take precedence over printed material.

Integrity Auctioneers, employees, and associates act as agents for the seller. All auctions are with reserve unless specifically stated otherwise. Auctions are with undisclosed reserves unless otherwise specified. All bids are subject to seller confirmation. Sellers reserve the right to lower reserves at any time. If the online portal shows “reserve not met,” winning bidders should still be prepared to purchase the item for the winning bid.

Integrity Auctioneers is not responsible for any glitches in the internet system. In the event of a tie bid between live bidders and/or internet bidders the winner will be chosen at the discretion of the auctioneer. If an item has a reserve, a bid will be an absolute bid up to the reserve price. Live-simulcast online auctions will end the bidding for each item when the auctioneer says “sold” for that item. Timed online auctions may be a hard close (bidding ends at a specific time), or soft close (a bid placed in the final moments of the auction will extend bidding).

Location & Inspection

Some items may not be at the auction location for various reasons. Bidders acknowledge that they are responsible for inspecting any item for condition. Bidders are encouraged to inquire about specific details such as condition, item location, the process of the auction such as live, online or a combination of bidding, any additional fees applicable to an item/auction, and loadout/pickup schedule.

Payment, Fees, Shipping, Removal & Pickup:

Some auctions have a buyers premium. See specific auction descriptions for buyers premium. Payment must be made in U.S. Dollars via cash, good check, money wire ($25 fee for international wire transfer), or major credit card (4% fee).

Winning bidders have 48 hours from the end of the auction to make payment and notify Integrity Auctioneers of pickup, shipping, and removal plan. Integrity Auctioneers offers shipping on select items. Buyers agree to pay Integrity Auctioneers any fees for shipping and handling if services/materials are used.

Buyer Default, Fraud, & Abandonment:

Integrity Auctioneers may charge credit cards on file for the full price of invoices including fees following the 48 hour time allotment for payment. After this time invoices with a balance outstanding will be considered defaulted. Defaulted invoices and payment fraud may be subject to administrative fees legal fees and criminal charges and may result in the user being blocked from participating in any further auctions. Fake, shill bidding, or bidding on behalf of your items or someone you are party to for the purpose of manipulating the bid is prohibited.

Unless otherwise stated buyers have 30 days to remove items. If items are at Integrity location, buyers are responsible for coordinating pickup with the appropriate person. Buyers are responsible for all lifting, loading, and shipping equipment costs and labor unless otherwise stated.

Integrity Auctioneers will determine the appropriate disposition approach for any defaulted or abandoned items which may include: selling/scrapping the item, returning possession to the seller, charging storage fees of up to $25/day.

Integrity Auctioneers reserves the right to change and amend these terms and conditions from time to time.

Terms and Conditions version 2023.06.23

1613 Elm Ave
Harvey, North Dakota 58341
United States

Friday, March 1st -  12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Saturday, March 2nd  - 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM