Absentee Bidder Form - Parrott
Lawrenceville, IL
Newton, IL
Absentee Bidder Form
Lot Number:5
Start Time:4/22/2022 10:00:00 PM
End Time:5/17/2022 11:00:40 PM
Bid Count:0
Winning User:
Starting Bid:$1.00
Bid Increment:$1.00
Current Bid:$0.00
Bidding complete
Absentee Bidder Form: Another bidding option is to attend one of the scheduled preview dates and complete our absentee bidder form, name, address, contact information, max bid you’re willing to place, along with credit card information will be required when completing this form. Please Note: There will be a $25 dollar charge for this service. This $25 fee covers the labor to fill out the absentee bidder form, register bidder, place bids, plus call you after the auction is over. Also, this is MAX bid only, we will not call you to update you on winning/outbid status. If you change your max bid, a second form and a second $25 charge will be required immediately. This is to discourage people from making 6 updated max bids via phone immediately prior to auction close.
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Removal / Load Out: Parrott Auction Crew Members/representatives will be the auction location of 1004 15th Street, Lawrenceville, IL 62439, to administer Load Out on Thursday, May 19th, 2022, from 2PM to 6PM (the “Removal Dates”).

Please Use the Online Load Out Scheduler as parking is very limited. Winning bidders will be able to select a window to come pick up their items.  

Doors will be unlocked and removal will begin at 2PM.

Any buyers arriving earlier may be asked to wait.

No Goods shall be removed until the purchaser’s invoice has been paid in full.

Pickup will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

We ask all others to be understanding and everyone will be completed in order.

One of the best TEXACO collections to hit the local market in years! Many New Old Stock Items including tanker boats, tanker trucks, Fire Chief Fire Hats with built-in speakers, radios, map holders, cars, and 8 believed to be N.O.S. Texaco Fire Chief Pump Plates (Dated 3-10-1947).

Other highlights of the auction include glassware, quilts, furniture, and a porcelain top kitchen cabinet.

All extra clean!