Auctions in Fairbanks, AK

auctionThere are many reasons to have an auction—namely when you’ve got high-value items or larger lots that may garner interest from buyers. Whatever the situation, Fairbanks Auction Company, LLC is here to help you set up and execute an auction. We offer both on-site auctioneer services, as well as online auctions and other services such as estate sales.

      MID NIGHT SUN FALL FIREARM AUCTION
THIS AN ON-SITE AND ON-LINE WITH PROXIBID.COM AUCTION .
OCTOBER 3RD 1 PM VIEW OCTOBER 2ND
11 TO 4 TVSA / TANANA VALLEY SPORTMEN ASSOCITION 1234 TVSA STREET OFF OF AIRPORT ROAD
ACROSS FROM FRED MEYER (WEST)
(WANTED) FIREARM FOR THIS AUCTION
100 PLUS FIREARMS, ANTIQUE FIREARMS & AMMUNITION AND COLLECTIBLE AMMUNITION

GENERAL INVERTORY LIST ADDING MORE FIREARMS

 

HAVE FIREARM YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD TO THIS AUCTION?
CALL 322-5627 THANKS
DAVIS 22 DERRINGER E28 25 ACP CZECHOSLOVAKA 6.5 AUTO
NAA 22 MAGHOPKINS & ALLEN DBL AUCTION 32 CAL COLT NICKEL 32 CAL
NAGANT 1932 7.62 IJA&C WORK 22LR SMITH & WESSON 38
TAURUS PT-22 COLT 32 AUTO SAVAGE ARMS AUTO 1905 7.65
PARABELLUM AUTO 9MM BROWNING BUCKMARK 22LR SMITH & WESSON 38 SP
TAURUS 410 GA RANGER 22 PUMP WINCHESTER MODEL 1894 25-35
REMINGTON 22 JPUMP WINCHESTER 22 WIN. MAG. SMITH & ESSON 32 SHORT
COLT NEW POLICE 32 IVER JOHNSON 32 S&W SMITH & WESSON
UNITED STATE ARMS 38 CAL VEST POCKET SELF COCKER 32 S&W HOPING&ALLEN 32 RIM FIRE
SMITH & WESSON 38 S7W TOP BREAK HARD PAN 22 SHORT RANGER 22 1871
RED JACKET 32 RIM FIRE NAVY ARMY BLACK POWDER 36 CALBLACK POWER 45 CAL
1860 DERRINGER WINCHESTER 1897 12 GA LG*Y MUSKET 1864
NEW ENGLAND FIRARM 20 GA REMINGTON SPORTMASTER 22 MARLIN GLENFIELD 25 22
REMINGTON SPORTMASTER 512P 22LR NOBLE MODEL 235 22 PUMP MARLIN CROWN PRINCE 22 LR
FRMINGTON 22LR AUTO NYLON STOCK RUGER 10-22 UMCX 1973 22LR
STEVENS CRACK SHOT 82 22LR SAVAGE MODEL 25, 22 PUMP HENRY YELLOW BOY 22LR
MARLIN MODEL 88, 22LR REMINGTON MODEL 100 AUTO 12 GA NAGANT 1891 7.62
WINCHESTER MODEL 52, 22LR BRIT 303 REMINGTON MODEL 1917
REMINGTON WOODMASTER 81, 300 SAVAGE M-1 GRAND 30-06 WINCHESTER MODEL 70 338 WIN MAG
LEIPOLD SCOPE 3.5 – 10 MARLIN MODER 444SS LEVER ACTION RUGER MINI-14 .223
STEVENS POCKET PISTOL 22 SHORT HI STANDARD HB 22LB AUTO SMITH & WESSON 40SW
TAURUS TITANIUM 9MM DIAMOND BACK 9MM HI STANDARD SPORT KING 22LR
TAURUS PT709 9MM 1873 SPRINGFIELD TRAPDOOR CARBINE 45-70
SMITH & WESSON SD 40 SMITH & WESSON SD 9VE 9MM CASTELLANI O/U 12 GA
MAUSER MODEL 55 308 HUSQVARNA MODEL 20 12 GA WINCHERTER MODEL 94, 30-30
OVERLAND 12GA 18 1/2 ” BARREL MIROKU FIRARMS TRAP 12GA O/U WALTHER PPKUS AUTO 22LR
REMINGTON 12GA 870 MAG WINCHESTER MODEL 97 12 GA PUMP WINCHESTER MODEL 12 12GA
T. BARKER SXS 12GA COLT SSA ARTILLERY MODER 45 LC THOMAS ADSETT & SON SXS 12 GA
HELBIG PETERBORN SERMAN SPORTER 8X57 AR 15 WITH 410 UPPER
MARLIN 39A 22 LR LEVER ACTION SPRINGFIELD 18E 70 NAVY MARK T



Online Auctions

While large equipment and car auctions in Fairbanks, AK typically take place in person, many auctions often fare better in an online capacity. We frequently hold online auctions that garner bigger audiences and a more diverse range of bidders, to ensure your lots are getting maximum exposure.
Some of the items we frequently bring to online auction include firearms (handguns, shotguns, ammo, hunting rifles), bulk estate items, antiques and miscellaneous lots that are deemed to have value, such as furniture or décor items.
Online Auction

On-Site Auctions

If you’ve got items that are too big to list online or specific lots that may have appeal to certain industries or professions, an on-site auction is a smart choice. We’ll come to your location to run the complete auction—including calling it. We typically work estate sales and equipment auctions in Fairbanks, AK in this capacity.
When we work on-site auctions, you can rest assured the entire affair is being handled by a seasoned professional. We get everyone involved and keep the bidding rolling, encouraging attendees to have a good time and boosting the overall success of your auction!

A FEW AUCTION BASICS
A few suggestions to help you not only bid successfully, but to enjoy the auction experience:
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  1. Pack the items you’ll need before you leave for the auction. Some suggestions: A pen and paper
  2. Dress comfortably. Remember, it might be hot/cold outside but the air conditioning/heat might be working overtime
    inside.
  3. Save a seat before you look at the preview. Popular auctions fill up fast, and you will want to be close to the front if you are
    bidding. This is one time where it’s good to be the teacher’s pet.
  4. Ask what types of payment are accepted, if the auction house charges a buyer’s premium and inquire about hauling/delivery
    concerns before you bid.
  5. Don’t bid on anything you don’t examine in the preview. Unless you really, really want to.
  6. 6. Pay attention! Make sure you know what item number is being bid on at all times, or else you might end up taking home that 1972 Formica table instead of that 1850 antique one.
  7. Raise your hand (or paddle) to bid. Once you’ve been acknowledged, further bids on an item can be made by a nod of the head, etc. Don’t worry; sneezing won’t accidentally put you into the poor house.
  8. If you’re traveling to the auction, make sure you have a way to get the items you purchase packed properly and home with you.
BUY AT AUCTIONIf you’re new to auctions, there’s nothing to fear. This step by
step guide will show you just how easy it is to find, scout and participate in
a live auction in you.

  1. Find an auction– Check back often to find an auction that features your interests or needs.
  2. Preview the auction– We have previews the day before, and occasionally, the day of the auction.
  3. Arrive early– On the day of the auction, try and get there early enough to register and get a good seat. It not only important for you to be able to see the auctioneer, but for the auctioneer to be able to see you.
  4. Inspect Carefully– inspect any items you’re interested in. Are they damaged? Do you see other people looking at the same items? How much competition does it look like you’re
    up against?
  5. Set a price– What are you willing to bid? You should have a number in mind, so you don’t go way over your budget in the heat of the moment. Don’t forget to include your total costs, like repairs and decorations. Use the bidder’s package you were given—if you were given one—at registration.
  6. Bid Have fun!– Carefully follow the auction and get a feel for who you’re bidding against. And remember, the maximum bid you’re willing to make is just that; a maximum. Don’t jump to that number unless it’s necessary. You might very well get the item you want for much less.
  7. Pay– If you win, find the Bookkeeper or Clerk and take care of your bill.
  8. Enjoy!– Remember, bubble wrap is your friend.

Your All-in-One Auction Experts

Whether you’ve got automobiles and equipment to auction off or you’re someone in search of a rare collectable through auction, Fairbanks Auction Company, LLC is here to serve you. Come to us to set up and host your next auction or to participate in an upcoming one. We can be reached at 907-458-7500 for more information about the auction process or scheduled events.
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