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ANTIQUE, VINTAGE and COLLECTABLES

ANTIQUE, VINTAGE and COLLECTABLES

ANTIQUE, VINTAGE & COLLECTABLES

Looking to add a touch of vintage charm to your Christmas shopping? Don’t miss out on your last chance for 2023 to find stunning antique and vintage items on offer at auction. From furniture to decorator items, axes, knives, and tools, there’s something for everyone. Join us at our upcoming auction on December 3rd, where bidding is available both in-house and online. If you can’t attend, leave an absentee bid during our viewing days. Make this holiday season truly special with unique treasures from Hinter Auctions.

AUCTION DETAILS

Bidding

Bidding is live in-house or online via simulcast feed. Absentee and phone bidding options availale.

Date: Sunday, December 3, 2023

Time: 9.00am (registration from 8..00am)

Address: 13 Jarrah Street, Cooroy, 4563

Viewing Days/times

Viewing is open to the public at the below times. During viewing absentee bids can be left with the auctioneers should you not be able to attend the auction

  • Friday, December 1, 2023 | 8.30am – 3pm
  • Saturday, December 2, 2023 | 8.30am – 3pm
  • Sunday, December 3, 2023 | 8.00am – 9.00am (bidding commences at 9.00am)

Please note that all buyers must be registered with Hinter Auctions prior to bidding at auction (photo ID required)

A Shed Full of Rustic Treasure

A Shed Full of Rustic Treasure

A SHED FULL OF ANTIQUE, VINTAGE, AND INTERESTING TREASURE

If you are looking for a picking adventure then this is the auction for you. The vendor has scoured the country over the last few decades and has amassed an interesting collection of old, interesting, and even unusual treasures.

Items included but not limited to are stoves, blacksmiths anvils, cowboy baths, timber pulleys, oil bottles/tins, motorcycles, an oversize Coke can coolroom, telephone booths, cream/milk cans, nautical items, toys, some very interesting mannequins, tractors, EH Holden and a whole lot more…

AUCTION DETAILS

Bidding

Bidding is live on-site and online (simulcast)

  • Date: Sunday, July 31, 2022
  • Time: 9.00am (registration from 8..00am)
  • Address: Cooroy (full address will be published closer to auction day)

Please note that all buyers must be registered with Hinter Auctions prior to bidding at auction (photo ID required). If bidding online verification of a credit card is required.

Viewing Days/times

Viewing is open to the public at the below times. During viewing absentee bids can be left with the auctioneers should you not be able to attend the auction

  • Saturday, July 30, 2022 | 9.00am – 2pm
  • Sunday, July 31, 2022 | 8.00am – 9.00am (bidding commences at 9.00am)

Presenting The Blacksmith’s Anvil For Auction

Presenting The Blacksmith’s Anvil For Auction

How To Present A Blacksmith’s Anvil For Auction

Why go to the effort to present the blacksmith’s anvil for auction?

Simply put, by going to the effort to present your blacksmith’s anvil you will attract more bidder interest and potentially more dollars. At Hinter Auctions, we believe that presentation is key not only for a blacksmith’s anvil but for any item submitted for auction. Well presented items also photograph well against a clean backdrop (we use a photo booth at the auction house) which will attract the attention of catalogue visitors also.

How to simply clean the blacksmith’s anvil

For the most part, the simple use of a soft brass brush will be sufficient to clean up the blacksmith’s anvil. The use of a brush on a drill or grinder will speed up the process but a hand brush will also do the trick. During the cleaning process, the brass brush will also lay down some colour to really emphasize the clean and shiny black steel look that is pleasing to the eye. Note – be careful not to overdo it with the brass brush as to bring out an overly golden look.

Oiling or coating the blacksmith’s anvil

Oiling or coating the blacksmith’s anvil is definitely NOT RECOMMENDED. For the blacksmith to use the anvil effectively the oil or coating must be burned or cleaned off. For presentation in the auction house, it presents a real problem as firstly the lot number will not stick and as viewers will naturally want to touch the anvil there is the potential for the oil or coating to tarnish other lots.

Not just for the blacksmith’s anvil

Whilst I have demonstrated how to present the blacksmith’s anvil, this technique can be used on almost any stell item that the nice black steel look will present best. For finer items definitely opt for the handheld brass brush. For heavily rusted items it may be necessary to use a steel brush prior to the use of the brass brush.

Whatever the product is remember that presentation is key to attracting bidder interest and the best dollars at auction.

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Director/Auctioneer