Some of the auction merchandise are subtle, not as well showy, like a diamond tennis bracelet appraised at $45,350.
Probably the Rolex Oyster Presidential Look at appraised at $40,000 catches the eye.
Then once more, you can find a 1997 Chevrolet Astro van and a 2002 Buick Century on the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Business office auction checklist at GovDeals.com. Neither automobiles are appraised.
As it does each so generally, the Sheriff’s Workplace is auctioning off things confiscated from accomplished prison investigations by way of an online auction that finishes on Friday.
There is heaps of bling in the auction listings, including some pocket improve that will possibly offer for a bit much more than that.
You will find a gold Maple Leaf coin appraised at $1,854, a South African Krugerand coin appraised at $1,940, and a gold American Indian Buffalo coin appraised at $3,975.
A bit much more sparkle can be observed in 30.5-inch gold chain appraised at $45,315, a defend-shaped diamond pendant appraised at $49,490, or a diamond “PL” pendant appraised at $8,570. There are a amount of gold chains for neck or wrist, a several more diamond tennis bracelets and a big men’s diamond-encrusted gold ring appraised at $4,850.
Bids have by now been produced on most of the merchandise mentioned, such as $43 for a Michael Kors enjoy, and $29,500 for that Rolex.
More mundane goods are also in the Sheriff’s Business auction of confiscated items, like a 1973 Chevrolet Impala and 1993 Jeep Wrangler. The Sheriff’s Office environment also has some surplus items up for sale, like a a little bit crunched Ford Taurus police cruiser that experienced a $1,125 bid before this 7 days. And you will find far more things becoming auctioned by the division on GovDeals.com, but only to approved legislation enforcement customers, like police auto strobe lights and a grab bag of assorted Sheriff’s Workplace bike lights.
The gold, jewellery and cars ended up forfeited to the Sheriff’s Business and can be inspected by appointment only at the Sheriff’s Office’s forfeiture warehouse at 1087 Haines St. through Friday. Fascinated consumers can get in touch with the Sheriff’s Place of work to established up a viewing time at (904) 630-8711.
GovDeals allows authorities agencies to provide surplus and confiscated products by means of the web.
The Sheriff’s Office can substitute, take out or incorporate to the auction record as necessary, it reported. It can also established minimum amount bids on the goods on the record. The auction can stop at any time without having prior observe. And all products are sold in as-is condition and have no warranty.
Dan Scanlan: (904) 359-4549