Auction Memorabilia Session 2 Ending 7/6
Listing ID#: 314668

Sale Location

Pleasant Valley, NY 12569
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Monday Apr 27, 8:00 PM
Bidding Ends: Monday Jul 6, 8:00 PM
Sale Type
 Online Auction (shipping available)  VIEW ONLINE CATALOG
Company Information
Absolute Auctions & Realty Inc.

Contact: Philip Gableman
Phone: 845-635-3169
Email: info@aarauctions.com
Website: www.aarauctions.com

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Listing Terms and Conditions
TERMS FOR SURPLUS AUCTIONS Note: This is a cataloged sale and lots will be sold in catalog order. 1. Purchases are cash or guaranteed funds upon receipt of invoice. NO Credit cards or personal checks accepted for vehicles. However, for non-vehicle, personal checks, Mastercard, Visa, Discover and PayPal will be accepted. Bidder agrees that if paying by credit card or PayPal, that they shall not attempt a charge-back for any reason whatsoever. 2. All lots are sold subject to New York State Sales Tax unless bidder has filled out a NEW YORK STATE SALES TAX EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE and has such certificate on file with the Auctioneer. 3. If the Auctioneer determines that any bid is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, he may reject the same and withdraw the item from the auction. If, having acknowledged an opening bid, he decides that an advance is not sufficient, he may reject the advance. The Auctioneer reserves the right to bid on behalf of Buyers/Seller/Secured parties. 4. Ownership title passes upon the fall of the Auctioneer’s gavel, and thereafter the property is at the risk of the buyer, and neither the seller nor the auctioneer shall be responsible for loss or damage. 5. Every item is sold “as-is, with all faults.” Neither the Auctioneer nor the Seller makes any warranties or representations of any kind or nature with respect to said property. All sales are final. Catalog descriptions are for simple identification purposes only; no representations are made as to authenticity, age, origin or value. The Buyer relies solely on his/her own inspection and judgment when bidding. 6. All purchases shall be paid in full by date specified in the shipping and payment terms located in each lot. Any items not removed by that date shall be deemed abandoned by bidder and shall be disposed of at bidder’s expense without recourse. Failure to make payment by payment deadline will result in forfeiture of items in the auction and may result in revocation of bidding privileges with the bidders account. 7. Purchasers are responsible for all costs involved with removal of their purchases and any and all damages incurred during removal of purchases. 8. 10% BUYER’S PREMIUM shall be added to the top bid to become part of the purchase price. BUYER’S PREMIUM DEFINITION: The Buyer’s Premium is that portion of the commission(s) which is being paid by the buyer. It is clearly understood and agreed by both the buyer and the Seller that the Auctioneer and Broker represent the Seller only. 9. If you, the bidder, are not at pickup before the last person has finished picking up their purchase(s), your items will be considered abandoned. Pickup time(s) are sharp, unless otherwise mentioned, no exceptions. 10. Buyers are responsible for removal of all emblems, logos, lettering, light bars and any other items pertaining to the municipality prior to driving vehicles on roadways. 11. The highest approved bidder is determined to be the buyer. In all cases of disputed bids, the property shall be resold, but the Auctioneer will use his judgment as to the good faith of all claims, and his decision is final. 12. All bidders are required to register and give full identification prior to the beginning of the auction and are required to use the number issued them when identifying themselves as the successful bidder. 13. Should a dispute arise after the auction, the Auctioneer’s records shall be conclusive in all respects. 14. This is a privately owned and operated auction. We reserve the right to refuse admittance to any person(s). No transfer shall be recognized from one buyer to another. 15. Bidder agrees to pay any and all charges and expenses incurred by reason of any breach of Terms
Listing Information

The lifetime Collection of Auctioneer Robert Doyle, CAI, ISA, CES, CAGA of Historical Auction Memorabilia will be sold at auction to the highest bidders, regardless of price. Every item starts at $1.00 and sells to the highest bidder.

These first four Auction Sessions of approximately 600 lots of historical Auction related artifacts and collectibles consists of catalogs, books, postcards, flyers, documents, particulars, letters, business cards, photographs, tokens, novelties, broadsides, envelopes,

The offering dates from 1786 to the mid 20thC covering many subject matters including Auctioneering, livestock, agriculture, real estate, equipment, estate liquidations, firearms, weapons, art, antiques, coins, tokens, books, early transportation, very rare American Slavery documents and more.

Doyle, an Auctioneer for over forty years, believes that “Auctions Built America.” He is a Past President of the National Auctioneers Association (NAA), The Auctioneers Association of New York City (AAI), and New York State Auctioneers Association (NYSAA ). He was the historian for the NYSAA for many years. He authored a monthly “Auction History” column in the Auction World publication monthly for the NAA. He also is a Past President of the NAA Foundation Board that houses the National Auctioneers Museum at NAA headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas.

All proceeds will be donated to the National Auctioneers Foundation.


Payment is due by Wednesday, July 8 at 1PM.

Pickup is by appointment only and must be completed by Thursday, July 9 at 3PM.


All lots sold as is, where is. There is a 15% Buyers Premium for all lots purchased. Payment methods for non-vehicles & non-equipment include Visa, MasterCard, Discover or good check

PLEASE NOTE: In an effort to keep both our staff and customers safe and reduce the spread of COVID-19, Absolute Auctions & Realty, Inc. is closed to the public for auction previews. Email info@aarauctions.com for additional questions. We ask that you do not come to the gallery if you are sick. Thank you for your understanding.

** NOTE: Shipping is available with proper identification on all items except where item description states "Pickup only." 

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Auction Memorabilia Session 2 Ending 7/6

Absolute Auctions & Realty Inc.

Absolute Auctions & Realty Inc.


Contact: Philip Gableman
Phone: 845-635-3169
Sale Location
Online Only Auction Absolute Auction Center, 45 South Avenue, P.O. Box 1739
Pleasant Valley, NY 12569
Sale Dates and Times
Sale Terms and Conditions
TERMS FOR SURPLUS AUCTIONS Note: This is a cataloged sale and lots will be sold in catalog order. 1. Purchases are cash or guaranteed funds upon receipt of invoice. NO Credit cards or personal checks accepted for vehicles. However, for non-vehicle, personal checks, Mastercard, Visa, Discover and PayPal will be accepted. Bidder agrees that if paying by credit card or PayPal, that they shall not attempt a charge-back for any reason whatsoever. 2. All lots are sold subject to New York State Sales Tax unless bidder has filled out a NEW YORK STATE SALES TAX EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE and has such certificate on file with the Auctioneer. 3. If the Auctioneer determines that any bid is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, he may reject the same and withdraw the item from the auction. If, having acknowledged an opening bid, he decides that an advance is not sufficient, he may reject the advance. The Auctioneer reserves the right to bid on behalf of Buyers/Seller/Secured parties. 4. Ownership title passes upon the fall of the Auctioneer’s gavel, and thereafter the property is at the risk of the buyer, and neither the seller nor the auctioneer shall be responsible for loss or damage. 5. Every item is sold “as-is, with all faults.” Neither the Auctioneer nor the Seller makes any warranties or representations of any kind or nature with respect to said property. All sales are final. Catalog descriptions are for simple identification purposes only; no representations are made as to authenticity, age, origin or value. The Buyer relies solely on his/her own inspection and judgment when bidding. 6. All purchases shall be paid in full by date specified in the shipping and payment terms located in each lot. Any items not removed by that date shall be deemed abandoned by bidder and shall be disposed of at bidder’s expense without recourse. Failure to make payment by payment deadline will result in forfeiture of items in the auction and may result in revocation of bidding privileges with the bidders account. 7. Purchasers are responsible for all costs involved with removal of their purchases and any and all damages incurred during removal of purchases. 8. 10% BUYER’S PREMIUM shall be added to the top bid to become part of the purchase price. BUYER’S PREMIUM DEFINITION: The Buyer’s Premium is that portion of the commission(s) which is being paid by the buyer. It is clearly understood and agreed by both the buyer and the Seller that the Auctioneer and Broker represent the Seller only. 9. If you, the bidder, are not at pickup before the last person has finished picking up their purchase(s), your items will be considered abandoned. Pickup time(s) are sharp, unless otherwise mentioned, no exceptions. 10. Buyers are responsible for removal of all emblems, logos, lettering, light bars and any other items pertaining to the municipality prior to driving vehicles on roadways. 11. The highest approved bidder is determined to be the buyer. In all cases of disputed bids, the property shall be resold, but the Auctioneer will use his judgment as to the good faith of all claims, and his decision is final. 12. All bidders are required to register and give full identification prior to the beginning of the auction and are required to use the number issued them when identifying themselves as the successful bidder. 13. Should a dispute arise after the auction, the Auctioneer’s records shall be conclusive in all respects. 14. This is a privately owned and operated auction. We reserve the right to refuse admittance to any person(s). No transfer shall be recognized from one buyer to another. 15. Bidder agrees to pay any and all charges and expenses incurred by reason of any breach of Terms
Listing Details

The lifetime Collection of Auctioneer Robert Doyle, CAI, ISA, CES, CAGA of Historical Auction Memorabilia will be sold at auction to the highest bidders, regardless of price. Every item starts at $1.00 and sells to the highest bidder.

These first four Auction Sessions of approximately 600 lots of historical Auction related artifacts and collectibles consists of catalogs, books, postcards, flyers, documents, particulars, letters, business cards, photographs, tokens, novelties, broadsides, envelopes,

The offering dates from 1786 to the mid 20thC covering many subject matters including Auctioneering, livestock, agriculture, real estate, equipment, estate liquidations, firearms, weapons, art, antiques, coins, tokens, books, early transportation, very rare American Slavery documents and more.

Doyle, an Auctioneer for over forty years, believes that “Auctions Built America.” He is a Past President of the National Auctioneers Association (NAA), The Auctioneers Association of New York City (AAI), and New York State Auctioneers Association (NYSAA ). He was the historian for the NYSAA for many years. He authored a monthly “Auction History” column in the Auction World publication monthly for the NAA. He also is a Past President of the NAA Foundation Board that houses the National Auctioneers Museum at NAA headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas.

All proceeds will be donated to the National Auctioneers Foundation.


Payment is due by Wednesday, July 8 at 1PM.

Pickup is by appointment only and must be completed by Thursday, July 9 at 3PM.


All lots sold as is, where is. There is a 15% Buyers Premium for all lots purchased. Payment methods for non-vehicles & non-equipment include Visa, MasterCard, Discover or good check

PLEASE NOTE: In an effort to keep both our staff and customers safe and reduce the spread of COVID-19, Absolute Auctions & Realty, Inc. is closed to the public for auction previews. Email info@aarauctions.com for additional questions. We ask that you do not come to the gallery if you are sick. Thank you for your understanding.

** NOTE: Shipping is available with proper identification on all items except where item description states "Pickup only." 

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Auction Memorabilia Session 2 Ending 7/6
 Online Only Auction
Sale Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Monday Apr 27 , 8:00 PM
Bidding Ends: Monday Jul 6 , 8:00 PM
Sale Location

Pleasant Valley, NY 12569
Company
Absolute Auctions & Realty Inc.

Contact: Philip Gableman
Phone: 845-635-3169
Email: info@aarauctions.com
Website: www.aarauctions.com

The lifetime Collection of Auctioneer Robert Doyle, CAI, ISA, CES, CAGA of Historical Auction Memorabilia will be sold at auction to the highest bidders, regardless of price. Every item starts at $1.00 and sells to the highest bidder.

These first four Auction Sessions of approximately 600 lots of historical Auction related artifacts and collectibles consists of catalogs, books, postcards, flyers, documents, particulars, letters, business cards, photographs, tokens, novelties, broadsides, envelopes,

The offering dates from 1786 to the mid 20thC covering many subject matters including Auctioneering, livestock, agriculture, real estate, equipment, estate liquidations, firearms, weapons, art, antiques, coins, tokens, books, early transportation, very rare American Slavery documents and more.

Doyle, an Auctioneer for over forty years, believes that “Auctions Built America.” He is a Past President of the National Auctioneers Association (NAA), The Auctioneers Association of New York City (AAI), and New York State Auctioneers Association (NYSAA ). He was the historian for the NYSAA for many years. He authored a monthly “Auction History” column in the Auction World publication monthly for the NAA. He also is a Past President of the NAA Foundation Board that houses the National Auctioneers Museum at NAA headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas.

All proceeds will be donated to the National Auctioneers Foundation.


Payment is due by Wednesday, July 8 at 1PM.

Pickup is by appointment only and must be completed by Thursday, July 9 at 3PM.


All lots sold as is, where is. There is a 15% Buyers Premium for all lots purchased. Payment methods for non-vehicles & non-equipment include Visa, MasterCard, Discover or good check

PLEASE NOTE: In an effort to keep both our staff and customers safe and reduce the spread of COVID-19, Absolute Auctions & Realty, Inc. is closed to the public for auction previews. Email info@aarauctions.com for additional questions. We ask that you do not come to the gallery if you are sick. Thank you for your understanding.

** NOTE: Shipping is available with proper identification on all items except where item description states "Pickup only."