Strathcona County - September 18 - Absolute Public Online Auction - Day 4

All items closed

INTRODUCING SOFT CLOSE GROUPS

CLUBBID presents a new feature to our auctions. Soft Close Groups will have a specific time for the group closing. Items in the group will extend until bidding stops. Lots not within the grouping will continue to sell in their lot number order and designated time remaining. 

Covid-19 precautions in place at all our Auction locations. Century follows all municipal requirements for compliance to Covid-19 regulations for each jurisdiction in which we run sales.  Safety of our customers and staff is of utmost importance to Century. 

GENERAL AUCTION INFORMATION:

This Auction is subject to “Extended/Soft” Closing Times:  Any bid arriving within the last 1 minute of the item’s closing time, extends the time that item is open by 1 minute.

Tips to Use the ClubBid System:

Using Max Bid:  Bid while you sleep!  Set a Max Bid for any item and don’t worry about monitoring the item constantly.  Your Max Bid is invisible to all other bidders and the current high bid does not rise unless another bidder triggers an increase by bidding against you.  You can increase or decrease your Max Bid at any time by simply typing a different number as your Bid.

My Favorites:  Select Star (top right corner of each item box) on any Item to save it to My Favorites. Bidding on an item also automatically saves items to My Favorites.  This allows you to focus only on the items of most interest to you.

Use “Category” Filter (upper left corner of auction listing page) to see sub-categories of items.

Use “Search” filter to find similar items from descriptions.

There is a 15% Buyer's Premium in effect for this auction.
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You can enter a new max bid at any time by entering a bid greater than your current high bid.
A max bid would make it more difficult for others to outbid you.

A max bid is the highest amount you are willing to pay for an auction item.

In response to other bids, the auction system will automatically increase your bid in the smallest increment possible (up to your max bid amount) in order to maintain your lead position.

To get a max bid you simply enter the maximum amount you are willing to pay into the bid form just as you would any other bid. If your bid is more than one bidding increment above the current high bid you will get a max bid unless another bidder has a max bid in place that is higher than the amount you enter.

At the end of the auction, the winning bidder pays only the lowest winning bid possible. That means that you can win an auction item at a price less than your max bid amount.

Your max bid amount is kept confidential from other bidders.

You can lower or delete a max bid by entering a lower amount.

Note: After watching hundreds of auctions and talking to thousands of bidders, we think using max bids in your bidding strategy works best for most people. It eliminates some of the pressure and reduces the risk of "sniping", where other bidders slip in slightly higher bids in the last seconds of bidding.

You now have a max bid.

You can raise or lower your max bid at any time by entering a new amount.

If you wish to remove your max bid you can do so by entering an amount equal to the current bid into the bid form.

You have a max bid of %s on this item. That means that the system will place bids for you in response to bids from other bidders, up to %s.

You can adjust this max bid by using the form above.

If you want to remove your max bid click here.
You can add a max bid to protect your item against other bidders by using the form above.
Place a bid using the form above.

You can enter the minimum bid of %s or a greater amount.

If you bid more than the minimum bid you will get a max bid that the system will use to bid for you against other bidders, up to the amount you enter. So if you enter a bid of %s for this item, the system will place bids on your behalf in response to bids from other users until someone bids more than %s.
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Extended Bidding: i
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Item Description:

Black WM Dort Cutter, was made by the largest manufacturer of carriages in the country. Based out of Michigan, they had assembly plants in Michigan,Georgia, and Ontario. The partners were William C. Durant and J. Dallas Dort. They began to build General Motors. Durant sold out in 1914. They stopped producing carriages in 1917 and focused more on automobiles. Then J. Dallas Dort decided to retire and liquidated the company 1924 and he died a year later.

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Extended Bidding: i
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Item Description:

They were a high end carriage manufacturer out of Alexandria, Ont. The company was bought by James B. Tudhope, Tudhope Carriage Company but when they amalgamated it was Carriage Factories Limited but they ran under their individual names, I am guessing it was still called Munro and McIntosh Carriage Company. But by 1915 the company was sold again and couldn’t run the same name for over a year.

https://archive.org/details/buggyfromglengar00munruoft


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