Archive: SOLD FARM, LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT & TOOLS Pfeifer Brothers Auction Household, Collectibles, Furniture, Lots of Misc.
Conducted: Internet bidding will begin closing March 10th, 9pm
Location: Directions from Hays: 2 miles west of Yocemento on
Hwy 40, to 170th Ave., south 1⁄4 mile. Directions from Ellis Coop: 5 miles east on Hwy 40 to 170th Ave., south 1⁄4 mile.
Highlights:
Live Auction takes place March 11, 2012 1pm

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Categories: ALL ITEMS (7)
Notes:

 Farm Livestock equipment and tools, plus Lots of Misc.


 Sunday- Feb 11, 2012, 1pm     

Pfeifer Brothers Auction

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Payments and removal of merchandise
All merchandise must be paid for the night of the auction. We accept cash, checks, Master Card, Visa, and PayPal.com. No refunds will be issued for merchandise left over 48 hours in our building. We make no guarantees that we will not re-sell or discard merchandise left in our building over 48 hours. This applies to Internet bidding as well if prior arrangements have not been made.

AuctionRules.com Internet bidding


  • What it is
    With the exception of Internet only auctions, our Internet bidding is essentially an absentee bidding system for our live auctions.
  • How it works
    You enter your bid and your maximum bid for each item on which you wish to bid.
  • When it closes
    The Internet bidding closes usually the night before the live auction begins.
  • How your bids are implemented
    If the live crowd does not initiate bidding, we begin the bidding at the winning bid and bid for you against the crowd up to your maximum bid.
  • How ties are addressed
    It is important to know that no preference is given to the absentee, Internet bidder's maximum bid as compared to the live crowd's maximum bid. We bid as if we were you and can't exceed your maximum bid if someone in the crowd has the bid at your maximum. For example, if we are bidding absentee for a buyer who has a winning Internet bid of $150 and a maximum of $200 on an item, we will initiate the bidding at $150. If a live bidder bids against the absentee, we will bid up to the highest increment that is at or below the absentee maximum. In other words, the absentee could bid $190 and the live bidder could bid $200. Since the next increment is $210 we could not bid for the absentee and thus the live bidder would win the item for $200.
  • What to do if you bid on this site and come to the auction
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  • Which bids are accepted
    Odd bids such as $17.77 are impossible to work with during an auction situation. Since most bids are absentee bids for our live auction, it is necessary that these bids are similar to the bids for which the auctioneer cries. For this reason, bids will be rounded down to conform to standardized bidding increments as listed on this website.
  • What to do if pictures and descriptions do not match
    If there is a discrepancy between an item's description and its picture, bids must be placed and will stand based on the description.
  • What having the top bid at close means
    Having the winning Internet bid before the auction does not guarantee that you will win the item if it sells for that price. We strive to implement Internet bids effectively, but we can make no absolute guarantees.
  • Whom to address with problems
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Register to bid
The link to register to bid for internet bidding is conveniently located at the upper right of any bidding page. If your are having trouble with the registration process, please call us at 785.650.1759. If the registration was successful and you are not able to bid, remember that, with the exception of Internet only auctions, the Internet pre-auction bidding ends usually the night prior to the start of the live auction.

Choice lots
Certain items are sold choice at our auctions; that is, the winning bidder gets to choose among several items sold at the same time. We sell choices by a style of auction called a Dutch auction, which is similar, but not exactly like, eBay's Dutch auctions. After the first winning bidder is done choosing, the price is reduced incrementally until another buyer bids, at which time that buyer gets to be the next to choose among the remaining items at that price. Because a live buyer can bid at any time when items are sold choice, and because the bidding is done immediately once a buyer bids, the only way to effectively represent the Internet bids in these situations is to immediately bid the maximum Internet bid as the price is being reduced. All kinds of items can be sold choice; however, we usually reserve this auction style to similar items such as jewelry and collectibles.

Winning bidder notification
Successful bidders will receive an e-mail message within 24 hours of the auction notifying you of your purchase. If you do not, please call us the next business day at 785.650.1759 to inquire about your purchases.

Shipping information
Each auction the Affiliate or Auctioneer discloses wether shipping is available in the Auction Highlights.

Firearms
Due to federal laws, if firearms are sold they will not be brought on the premises for viewing until the night of the auction. Proof of legal age and Kansas residency will be required. Firearms must be picked up personally by the winning bidder, and all federal firearm paperwork must be completed and approved.

Additional auction terms
In addition to the auction specific terms listed for each sale, the following terms will apply to all of our auctions.


  • As-is, where-is
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  • Sales tax
    All sales are subject to appropriate state sales tax laws.
  • Bid retraction
    Buyer must acknowledge all terms of the auction and agree not to retract the purchase offer. If you cannot satisfy the terms of the auction please do not bid.
  • Merchandise removal
    Buyer shall be responsible for making arrangements for merchandise removal within two business days of the auction unless otherwise noted.
  • Assesment of condition
    Bidders should rely solely on personal inspection and not on information listed on the site or otherwise provided by auctioneer or seller. Bidder's failure to inspect, or otherwise be fully informed as to the nature, quality, condition, quantity and size of any item will not constitute ground for any claim, adjustment, refund, termination of the contract for sale, or refusal to close the sale.
  • Inventory limitations
    Items not listing a final price after the auction results are uploaded sold for more than the Internet bid to the live crowd and were not tracked by the inventory control number.