Kaptain Kirk’s Auction and Appraisals is back in 2015 with another fun auction. iCollector.com presents live internet bidding for this two day sale on January 24th and 25th 2015. The first day is 375 lots of antiques and collectibles to suit anyone’s tastes. The second day features 180 lots of sports memorabilia. Both days feature great bargains and a fun auction experience. Each Kaptain Kirk auction event broadcasts live audio and video so bidders can feel like they are in the auction gallery. Registration is online via iCollector.com and bidding can be done on any Mac, PC, or mobile device.
Kaptain Kirk holds auctions on a regular basis at their gallery in Rockford, IL. Each time Kirk has an auction, he puts together two or three days with as many items as possible to sell to the highest bidder. Bidders from around the country flock to the online bidding and enjoy spending the day with his auction team. Kirk has over 25 years of auction experience to draw from, and has performed every possible position in the auction industry. He delivers value, service, a fun and friendly auction experience, and great bargains year round.
An interesting collectible coming up right at the beginning of the first day is at Lot 1010. Here is found 5 bottles of Vintage Log Cabin syrup. These are from 1976 and come in a collector flask that is amber glass. The auction starts to heat up next as Lots 1030 to 1048 feature a selection of collectible model cars and vehicles.
Collectors of precious metals will be bidding from Lots 1205 to 1214. Each lot is a German Silver 1 Troy Ounce Bison Bar. These will sell to the highest bidder and will be a great value for the winning bidder. The first day wraps up with several lots of antique and quality furnishings at excellent prices. Lots 1378 and 1379 have beautiful antique lamps up for auction, and there is also a vintage colonial rocking chair to bid on at Lot 1393.
The January 25th session brings sports memorabilia to auction. The very first lot, 2000, is a selection of 49 baseball player cards to get bidders in the mood for more. This session has player cards, boxes, and wax packs from baseball, hockey, and football. There are several collectible individual cards from the 1970’s baseball seasons up for grabs. Most of these cards will go for auction at below re sale value so collectors will be able to win on all their auction purchases.
Join Kaptain Kirk and iCollector.com for this fun two day auction. Bidders who cannot be online during the live auction are welcome to leave their bids in the system immediately and anytime leading up to the auction day. Both days start at 10AM Eastern Time, and registration is simple and secure using an email address, or logins with Google Plus and Facebook.