New Merchandise and Exquisite Guitar Collection

March 14, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Auction: Saturday 9 am
Friday 12-4 & Saturday morning at 7:50
3365 West 500 South, Ste. 100, Salt Lake City UT 84104 

*******NO CHILDREN PLEASE********

NEW MERCHANDISE: Men/women and children’s clothing, Health & Beauty items, furniture, electronics, miscellaneous items, pools, and so much more! to be sold by the pallet and individually. 

Everything to be sold absolute!  No minimums and no reserves.  






Gibson Hummingbird Natural USA ‘70-‘72? #929224
Heritage Sweet 16 Arch Top in Natural 1999 USA #P27101
Gibson Les Paul ’76 Black Beauty USA ink stamped #00 127402
Gibson ’62-’63 Melody Maker *BROKEN HEAD*
Gibson Les Paul Classic ’07 Antique Mahogany #023371342
Gibson Les Paul Delux Sunburst ’59 USA #727703
Gibson Les Paul Dale Earnhardt “Intimidator” 76 of 333 De2-076
Gibson Custom CS 356 Vintage Sunburst #CS61883 $5,000 (2 small cracks on base 1 has been repaired)
Gretsch Synchromatic Late 1940’s #J1509060042
Gibson Acoustic J200 Elite 1947-54? #02935046
Fender Electric Bass Telecaster #384977
Gibson Les Paul Custom #CS200344
Gibson Les Paul Custom #6_9711 USA made
Gibson Les Paul Custom ’78 all black #7335863 USA made
Jackson Death Angel White 9280960004 USA made Damaged corner
Fender Jaguar 1956 #V164220 USA made
Fender Telecastor ’05-’06 #Z5030221 USA made
Gibson SG 12 string #947621 USA made
G&L Nighthawk ’84 #G014983
Gibson S-1 Marauder ’76 #00176291 USA made
Fender Stratocaster ’07 #Z7230096 USA made
Jackson MiG3 Custom USA made
Fender Jazz Bass ’00 Made in Mexico


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 Terms of auction/common questions 
Everything is selling “as is, where is,” what you see is what you get.  All sales are final.  All items will sell absolute with no reserve prices.   No guarantees or warranties.  We do not represent any of the manufacturers therefore you are purchasing the items as recovered freight.  No collusion is allowed at the auction.  No mixing or hiding of items is allowed during preview or auction.  To bid at the auction all bidders are required to register for a bid card and by signing up for a bid card you agree to the listed terms on the bid card.  There is no fee to register.  To register for a bid card: requires a photo i.d., name, address, and phone number.  
Terms of payment: cash, credit/debit card or certified funds.  Certified funds being cashiers check made payable to Erkelens & Olson.  Credit/debit cards are accepted with no fee.  Sales tax will be charged on all purchases.  Unless purchaser is tax exempt and must provide proof of sales tax exemption number or resale number. Give us a call w/ any questions 801-355-6655.

Auction process: auction is open to the public and is a live auction.  Each auction will follow a numerical order known as the “lot list,” that will be the order of the live auction.    Typically the lot list is posted on Thursday.  *Items are subject to change.  Bidders will be seated and each lot up for auction will be shown on TV so you are able to see what you are bidding on.  Typically the auctioneer will suggest starting opening bids.  You do not have to stay until the end of the auction to checkout. Whenever you are ready to checkout proceed to the front desk and an employee will assist you with printing your invoice and collecting money.  Bidders are responsible for removal of their items the day of the auction and must have their paid invoice in hand to show proof of purchase.  Erkelens & Olson will have staff in place to ensure the correct items are being removed from the auction house.

Bidder is agreeing to when registering: Cash-Checks will only be accepted if accompanied w/ a bank letter of guarantee.  EVERYTHING MUST BE PAID IN FULL ON THE DAY OF THE AUCTION AND MUST BE REMOVED DAY OF.  Everything will be sold “as is, where is”, w/ no guarantee of any kind, regardless of statement of condition made from the auction block.  Buyers shall rely entirely on their own inspection and information.  Every effort is made to “guard” merchandise throughout the auction, however, the bidder becomes solely responsible for all items purchased by him immediately following his winning bid.  Therefore, he/she is advised to further guard his items at his own discretion.  The bidder is responsible for knowing which item he is bidding on.  If he/she is insure, bidder should inquire or not bid.  When you become the winning bidder at auction you have effected a contract and will be expected to pay for items in which you were evidenced to be the successful bidder. The auctioneer reserves the right to accept bids in any increment he feels is in the best interest of his client, the seller.  The Auctioneer reserves the right to reject the bidding of any person whose conduct, actions, or adverse comments he feels are not in the best interest of the seller.  We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.