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Upcoming Auction - Tri-Cities area East TN - Dec. 12th

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They don't have a catalog up yet but there are a few pictures.
Some 'smallish' Monarchs and a couple of Rivetts, the Rivetts are missing their tailstocks it would appear. A couple of nice sized compressors... :grin:
There's a mention of Wells and Bridgeport mills...

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They posted some more images recently.
I can't tell if these are from one company or a 'gathering' of equipment...

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They've added a few more lathes...
From a 20" Hendey, to a 10" 'Hendey Toll and Garage Makers Lathe' (sic)
They're stating in the listing now that the 10EE is from a research lab... Gem?
I think I might be going up to preview the auction, if for no other reason, than to maybe get some cool picts.
 

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And some more stuff added today just to keep tempting me to make the 2.5hr run to preview...

VINTAGE EQUIPMENT

  • Porter Cable Shaper
  • Gallmeyer & Livingston Grinder Model 60
 

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Looks like no real interest in machinery. A lot of the items have no bids. Can’t beleive those monarchs and other lathes arnt fetching a higher price. I’m really thinking of biting on two pieces if prices stay like they are. Road trip may be near. I really want one of them power hammer but I don’t think my neighbors would like me too much.
 

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Looks like no real interest in machinery. A lot of the items have no bids. Can’t beleive those monarchs and other lathes arnt fetching a higher price. I’m really thinking of biting on two pieces if prices stay like they are. Road trip may be near. I really want one of them power hammer but I don’t think my neighbors would like me too much.
Opening bids are a bit too high, IMO. There's a couple of 'Charlie Brown' pieces I'd like to go after but am holding back.
There's just a few pieces that have any action so far.

And get this, there's (7) 53' containers still left for future auctions.
 

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100 bucks is the starting bid. I see some pretty expensive lathes on there. I’m just debating on the drive.
 

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The closing prices are stratospheric...
I never knew that CL145B's were gold plated with platinum legs. $2400?! Really? Without any chucks or tooling?
I should have gone after that Local SB the other day that went for $340.
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The Schaublin 150 I was interested is at 6700. From what I saw it had the traverse motor removed for the carriage. Schaublin are very limited production so I’m sure parts are very hard to come by and pricey. But precise :(
 

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I wish these had been up before I ordered my mill and lathe from China. It's hard finding metric equipment in the US.
 

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I've got a PDF dump of the final outcome if anyone is interested. It isn't pretty format-wise, but does show the information
Prices, to me, were weird.
 

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I could of used this where I work and it went cheap
Yep $550, one of the few that went reasonably. At least that one didn't look like it was out in the weather...
There was also a Varnamo Shaper that went for $300 - big ol' sucker.
Norton Golden Vintage Surface grinder for $175.
They're going to be a couple more from the same owner. There's something like ten more containers to unload.
Plus this lot was only about a third of what was in the building.
 
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