Equipment and furnishings from three established Tulsa restaurants will be auctioned Sept. 29
Hundreds of items from three prominent local restaurants, plus many other items from a large restaurant supply house, will be sold at auction on Saturday, Sept. 29, at 10 a.m. (CDT), by Browne Auction Specialists. The auction will be held at the Tulsa Business Park.
Online PR News – 18-September-2012 – TULSA, Okla. – (TULSA, Okla.) – Hundreds of items from three prominent local restaurants – to include restaurant equipment and furniture, antiques, memorabilia and decorations – plus many other items from a large restaurant supply house will be sold at auction on Saturday, Sept. 29, at 10 a.m. (CDT), by Browne Auction Specialists. The auction will be held at the Tulsa Business Park.
The many items were used in the restaurants’ day-to-day operations over the past 30 years and comprise nearly everything needed to equip or upgrade a restaurant. A preview will be held on the morning of the sale, from 8 a.m. until the first gavel comes down at 10 a.m. There will be no Internet bidding. The Tulsa Business Park is located at 7256 East 38th Street in Tulsa, near East 41st Street and South Memorial Drive.
“This auction will attract two audiences – folks from the restaurant industry who will be astounded at the selection presented to them from three established restaurants and a large supply firm and another interested in the many antiques, collectibles and memorabilia items on display,” said Ron Browne of Browne Auction Specialists, headquartered at 2845 East 84th Street in Tulsa.
The restaurant equipment will include a high-end Pasta Magic Italian pasta machine, stainless steel area tables with a sink and cut-out for a beverage machine, two large Master-Bilt walk-in coolers, under-counter stainless steel shelving, over 30 wire shelves, seating booths, benches, flower pots, five fryers, three 1,000-lb. ice bins and hood vent fans.
Also offered will be ice machines, various types of seating, trash containers, power hand towel dispensers, a 1950s GE refrigerator, a Blodgett bread oven, an eight-foot 1950s Dr. Pepper cooler, two deli coolers (one round front and one square front), new plates, cups and glasses, stainless steel tables, mini-mart coolers, a complete diner from the 1960s and several freezers.
Other restaurant offerings will include cooling compressors, fans, centerpieces, benches, bread racks, chairs, modern trash dispensers, paper towel holders, upright glass front retail coolers, a new armoire-entertainment center combo, an iced tea dispenser, stainless cup holders and more – “just about anything you might need to equip a restaurant,” Browne said, “sold to the highest bidder. That's the beauty of an auction. Bidders might snap up some real bargains, depending on who is there.”
The antiques and collectibles will include many old bottles from the 1800s, vintage toys and trucks (to include examples by Buddy L and Marx), Norman Rockwell collector plates (new in the box), vintage oil cans, rare chalk piggy banks, porcelain cups and saucers, porcelain pots, little brown jugs, a salt glass urn and jugs, some primitives and more.
Antique furniture items will feature a Victorian buffet, an oak mission desk, an oak back board, a 1920s oak dentist's cabinet, custom wicker furniture, an oak dresser and a nice oak armoire covered with shelving. Also offered will be an antique commercial weight scale, a mounted sailfish, wooden barn hay pulleys, branding irons, dated spurs and many other items.
The memorabilia items will include a Tri Zone pinball machine (plus an older pinball machine), over 40 pairs of old leather cowboy boots, beach-themed artwork, more than 50 framed pictures and signs, Western memorabilia and equipment, miscellaneous brass items, themed decorations, Art Deco lighting baskets, mirrors, lobster traps and fishing reels and poles.
Other memorabilia items will feature old and new artwork, old signs (some vintage and some reproductions), Art Deco signage, attractive old architectural lighting, a pink sewing machine, many framed theme pictures, framed pictures by the noted artist Stephen Morath, fishing-themed items, several vintage leather saddles, books, decorations and other items.
Browne Auction Specialists, LLC, has been selling items at auction for over 32 years. Although it is based in Tulsa, the firm has partners in 48 states, to insure client satisfaction. Company founder Ron Browne graduated from the Missouri Auction School in 1979 and has the prestigious Certified Estate Specialist and Auction Technology Specialist designations from the National Auctioneers Association.
Browne Auction Specialists, LLC is a full-service firm, handling everything from small estates to large farms and ranches. It is also immersed in collecting (like many of its customers). Whether it’s antique toys or dolls, furniture, glass, hunting case pocket watches, jewelry, rare coins, antique firearms, artifacts or fossils -- Browne Auction Specialists understands collectors. The firm also has a successful history selling aircraft, antique firearms, farm equipment, industrial equipment and modern and vintage automobiles.
“We work with our customers every step of the way, from cleaning out the barn to identifying and readying the merchandise for sale,” Mr. Browne said. “We keep customers up to date on our progress each and every day. Our commissions are reasonable and the contract process is easy. From farms to heavy equipment to antiques and collectibles, we sell it all.”
Browne Auction Specialists, LLC is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign an item, estate or collection, you may call them at (918) 629-3739, or you can e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Browne Auction Specialists, LLC, and the upcoming Sept. 29 auction, please log on to www.browneauctions.com.
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