Schur Success Auction & Appraisal - Surplus Auction

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City of Denver Warehouse and Surplus Auction

Surplus Auction in Colorado

Time: 9:00 am
Date: Wednesday May 02, 2012
Location: Colorado. United States.
671 S. Jason Street
Denver, CO 80223

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Do NOT park in front of the dock or in the paint store lot. Please park on the street.

Consult sale bill for directions to sale site
Consult sale bill for directions to sale site

There are no notes for this auction. Please refer to the salebill for more information

Announcement:Information contained herein is presented on behalf of the seller. Schur Success Auction & Appraisal, agent for the seller, cannot guarantee the information to be correct or assume the liabilities for errors and omissions.  All lines drawn on maps are approximate. Buyers should verify the information to their own satisfaction.  Any announcements made from the auction block on day of auction will take precedence over any matter of print and will be final.

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Miscellaneous City surplus property, lost & found property, and unclaimed/lost/stolen property that was previously in police custody.

Items may include: Exercise equipment, electronics, metal detectors, portable DVD players, gaming systems, cell phones, sunglasses, belts, books, misc. electronics, luggage, sports equipment, fitness/weight equipment, swamp coolers, industrial heaters, lawn mowers, lots of office furniture (desks, chairs, file cabinets, etc.) and much, much more!!! "Subject to change without notice"


Wednesday, May 2, 2012 - 9:00 A.M.

WHERE: 671 S. Jason St., Denver, CO 80223

WHEN: Inspection -- Tuesday, May 1st, 9 AM – 3 PM
Auction -- Wednesday, May 2nd, 9 AM (Registration 8 AM)

ITEMS: Miscellaneous City surplus property, lost & found property, and unclaimed/lost/stolen property that was previously in police custody. Items include: iPods, MP3 players, digital cameras, camcorders, portable DVD players, Nintendo & Playstation gaming systems, cell phones, sunglasses, belts, books, misc. electronics, luggage, sports equipment, toys, fitness/weight equipment, tools, string trimmers, safes (20 plus), library furniture, office furniture (desks, tables, chairs, file cabinets, etc.) and much, much more!!!

TERMS: Cash-in-Hand, Certified Funds (verifiable cashier's check) or Visa/Discover/Master Card with a 3.5% user fee. No personal or company checks without an Irrevocable Letter of Credit approved by the auctioneer prior to sale. Full payment is due at the time of sale.

REMOVAL: Day of auction to 3 PM; also, from 9 AM to 3 PM on May 3rd and May 4th. Removal deadline is 3 PM, Friday, May 4th, 2012. ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS!! The City is not responsible for items remaining at the warehouse site after the sale. Buyer assumes all risk of loss and/or damage to property until removed from auction premises. Please be prompt in removing your purchases!!

The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to add to or remove from items currently scheduled to be auctioned.
All items will be sold "AS IS, WHERE IS" with no warranty or guarantee express or implied.

Further information: 720-913-8247

Auctioneer: Schur Success Auction Services, Phone / Fax: (866) 290-2BID (2243)

*City employees may participate in City and County of Denver auctions.

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