Visit our site or calendar to check location and verify date and times. You will find a listing of anticipated auction items and other details. We strongly encourage you to collect and bring boxes, bags, appropriate vehicle for items, and a helper is always a good idea. Bring your valid state/federal identification and, if you have Tax Exempt Status please bring that certificate or email it 24+ hours before the auction to: info@OAHauctions.com
Arrive up to 1 hour early to preview items. Then, find the check-in table, present your valid state/federal identification and a copy of your Tax-Exempt Certificate if applicable. Get a Bid Card (this has your assigned Bidder Number on it and can be used to take notes of what you win). Take a seat when you hear the call for the start of the auction. Yes, get a Bid Card even if you aren't sure about bidding.
You may bid with the approval of the Auctioneer but only if you have an accompanying adult who is 18+ with you for the duration. We will ask them to sign a waiver that indicates they are responsible for your bidding and payment at the conclusion of the auction.
Bring a copy of your valid Tax-Exempt Certificate to the auction. Or, ideally, please email a copy to us at least 24+ hours before the auction to: email@example.com
Raise your Bid Card high enough for the Auctioneer to acknowledge your bid, then lower it. After that, and for every increment that the bids go up, either raise your card, nod your head, or lift your hand about chin high so the Auctioneer and Ring Persons (aka Bidder Assistants) can see that you are still interested in bidding. Our Auctioneers are professionals, prepared to help if needed and without embarassment.
It's okay, our Auctioneers and Ring Persons (aka Bidder Assistants) know how to look out and handle this fairly and professionally. If you think you got passed up, raise your hand and wave it to get our attention asap... or just place the next bid possible. Keep in mind, once the gavel falls or the Auctioneer calls the winning bid, the bidding is closed, item is won, and no more bidding will occur on that item.
We ask that NO ITEMS be removed until they are paid for, whether the auction is still going or ended. You may be asked to show proof of payment to exit. We reserve the right to make exceptions.
For liability reasons, our team cannot provide moving assistance - if they do, all parties assume and take responsibility for any risks or damages. Please consider bringing a helper. You may find our partners from G.I. Haul at certain auctions, ready to assist with larger items which we will advertise if so.
All items must be removed within 1-hour post-auction end or will be forfeited unless otherwise arranged with OAH Auctions.
Please see the Auctioneer immediately or before leaving. If it is after the conclusion of the auction, OAH Auctions can assume no responsibility as each paid for item is non-refundable and non-returnable. Thanks for understanding. We only represent Sellers/Consignors for a finite period per contractual agreement.
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