Rich Penn Auctions once again is hosting their auction with live bidding through iCollector.com. On May 2nd and 3rd, 2015 hundreds of bidders will join through online bidding in pursuit of their treasures. With over 1100 lots spread between two days, this is an event not to be missed. Bidding is available absentee or live through the best bidding technology in the industry, developed by The Live Auction Group. Live bidding is available on any PC, Mac, Smartphone or Tablet. And, secure registration takes only a moment and a user account is easily created using an email address, or Facebook or Google Plus accounts.
Rich Penn and his wife Sharon have been antique lovers for all of their lives. They collected and bought and sold antiques during their college days and built an outstanding passion. They bring 40 years of experience and love for what they do, and are an outstanding partner for anyone to consign their collection to. Some of the categories presented in this auction are Neon, Porcelain, and Tin advertising signs. Petroliana Displays, Gas Pumps, and Globes are well featured. There will be clocks, thermometers, as well as amazing slot machines, trade stimulators, and rare vending machines. There are so many different advertising signs available, as well as highly valued Coca Cola pieces. This auction even has toys, Barber poles and chairs, along with cigar lighters, stoneware, and cabinets.
An exceptional soda pop machine is up for grabs on the first day at Lot 243. This machine is from 7UP and is very rare. It has been professionally restored by the renowned John Nelson, and is in excellent working condition. It measures 58” H and 27” W. The machine will look great in any home display and this item will be snapped up fast. Absentee bids can be left now on this machine; and on auction day the high bidder will take this home.
A near mint piece of Petroliana is up for auction on the 2nd day at Lot 898. This is a gasoline globe from Standard Oil Gold Crown. This globe is embossed milk glass with its original paint. Measuring 16” H and 16” W it is hard to miss wherever it is displayed. There is no telling what price this beautiful piece of collecting history will obtain, but it will be well worth it for any collector of advertising or Petroliana materials.
Both sessions begin at 9AM Central Time, broadcasting live from Waterloo, Iowa. Bidders can see the entire catalog with photos and descriptions by visiting iCollector.com. This auction is without reserve and every item will sell to the highest bidder. All bidding can be done from any web enabled device and registrations are open in the online catalog today.