Auction – Saturday, February 17, 2018, 9:00am 220 Industrial Drive, Broken Bow

AUCTION

Saturday 2/17/18, 9:00am

Broken Bow City Library surplus items

220 Industrial Drive, Broken Bow, NE (1 block north of McDonalds, building is marked with “BB Library” sign)

Coffee & rolls served by members of the Library Foundation

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ANTIQUES: 2-oak 12’ conference tables from the Broken Bow Carnegie Library; church pew; 3-wooden card catalogue files; table w/ “decorative fish” base & round glass top; metal park bench; 5-newspaper holders; hall tree; BBHS annuals 1912, 1919, 1950, 1961-1966; set of “Dick & Jane” reading books.

CHILDREN’S SPECIAL: kids reading “gazebo” with bookshelves; kids table; 3-plastic kids chairs.

BUSINESS/ORGANIZATION ITEMS: book/media metal drop box; circulation desk; 5-office desks; 5-adjustable computer desks; podium; map rack; 20-wood library chairs; 54-stackable plastic chairs; 4-wingback chairs; 8-wood/fabric arm chairs; 2-tall adjustable wood chairs; couch & daybed; 3-four drawer file cabinets; 7-folding tables; 4-wood tables; 7-book cases, 5-single side, 2-double side; 4-magazine racks; 2-magazine rack end tables; display case; round display table; TV cart; large metal rolling cabinet; large wood cabinet; potted plants; 2-table lamps; 3-projector screens; 3-corner security mirror; microwave & stand; 4-step stools; coat rack; Computers – 4- towers, Gateway laptop, key boards & mouses; fax machine.

BOOKS & DVDs: several sets of encyclopedia type books from 1890–; 8-Chilton repair manuals; many many books – all types/subjects; book ends; 38 audio books; 250+ DVD’s; DVD/CD player; VHS player; stereo.

PICTURES: framed paintings by L. Karen & C. Kasselder; 2- historical pictures, “Washington crossing the Delaware” & “Continental Congress”; 5 easels.

HOUSEHOLD: 47-special shape cake pans that were available to “check out” (e.g., Mickey Mouse, Batman, Superman, football helmets, tractors, etc.); gas fireplace; Christmas tree.

RECREATION: 12-bicycles (abandoned & collected by BB City police).

HEALTHCARE EQUIPMENT (donated to the city): (5) wheelchairs, several walkers, crutches.

SHOP/CONSTRUCTION: 84-fluorescent ceiling lights 2’x2’ & 18-2’x4’; Dewalt 18V tools – 3-drills, 2-reciprocating saws, 2-skillsaws, grinder, batteries & chargers; 10’ wood stepladder; 2 wheeled cart.

Many unlisted items, stop into the building on 2/15 & 2/16 to check them out!

For information or to leave a bid, call Jim at 308-870-0912 or Don at 308-870-2426

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Thanks and stay tuned for more,  Jim