Photos: 20 Weirdest Things for Sale at Auction of DIA Lost and Found Items and More
More photos below.
People take plenty of weird things with them when they travel -- and now you can own some of it. Beginning this morning at 8 a.m., City Surplus Warehouse, at 671 South Jason Street, registration begins for an auction of DIA lost and found items, plus unclaimed, lost or stolen stuff that wound up in police custody -- and a lot of it is plenty strange.
Continue to count down our picks for the weirdest or most memorable items available, supplemented by photos of selected merchandise. That's followed by complete auction details. Check it out below.
LOT # 10 Box of 135 remote car keyfobs
LOT # 599 Pallette defibrillators
LOT # 406 map tubes
LOT # 529 squirrel cage
LOT # 316 uv towel warmer
LOT # 245 Mixer board
LOT # 317 bowling balls
LOT # 653 three time-lapse recorders
LOT # 282 Misc rescue equipment
LOT # 305 Boxes of belts
LOT # 325 ottoman
LOT # 347 refrig recovery unit
LOT # 244 casio keyboard
LOT # 263 Bow and arrow set
LOT # 280 box of hard hats
LOT # 403 crutches and canes
LOT # 646 environmental monitor
LOT # 451 ping pong table
LOT # 29 20 assorted gift cards
LOT # 332 misc stuff
CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER SURPLUS WAREHOUSE AUCTION
Wednesday, August 20, 2014 - 9:00 A.M.
WHERE: 671 S. Jason St., Denver, CO 80223
WHEN: Inspection -- Tuesday, August 19, 2014, 9 AM - 3 PM Auction -- Wednesday, August 20, 2014, 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 may include: iPods, MP3 players, iPads, laptops, computer equipment, tablet computers, digital cameras, camcorders, GPS devices, portable DVD players, Nintendo and Playstation gaming systems, cell phones, sunglasses, belts, books, misc. electronics, luggage, sports equipment, toys, fitness/weight equipment, tools, a safe, a kiln, pottery molds, 3M products, vehicle parts, washers, dryers, 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. 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. Visa, M/C, and Discover cards accepted with a 3.5% buyer's premium. Checks will NOT be accepted unless pre-approved by the auctioneer and presented with a letter of guaranty from the issuing bank. Checks and certified funds MUST be pre-approved by the auctioneer no less than 48 hours prior to the sale closing or they will NOT be accepted. Click here to learn about alternative payment terms. Wire transfers accepted at the same rate as cash.
REMOVAL: Day of auction to 3 PM; also, from 9 AM to 3 PM on August 21st and 22nd. Removal deadline is 3 PM, Friday, August 22, 2014. 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 www.denvergov.org/auctions
Auctioneer: Schur Success Auction Services, Phone / Fax: (866) 290-2BID (2243) www.success-auctions.com
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