Pick Up a Bargain (Maybe) at the Shelby County Surplus Property Auction



photo courtesy Memphis Estate Sales

You know when you're finally sick of all your old furniture, or appliances, or computers, or anything else you've got cluttering up your house? So you can either have a garage sale, or donate the stuff to Goodwill.

Well, Shelby County government is finally clearing away the clutter from various offices all over town, and they've piled it all in one place and are going to hold a public auction on Tuesday, March 20th, beginning at 9 am. Everything will be sold from a warehouse located at 994 S. Bellevue.

A partial list of the items for sale includes:

Pallets of Chairs
Fire Proof Cabinet
Map Case
Movie Screens
Cabinet, 2 Door
Cart, Roll Around  
Metal Hall Tree
Roll Around Carts, (4)
Baby Scale
Dressing Screen
Corkboards  
Bookcases
Gate System, Roll Around
Children’s Chairs
Children’s Bench Set
Children’s Toys, Pallet
Child's Tables (4)
Modular Office Cubicles
Roll Away Bed
Exam Table
Massage Table
Microwave
Refrigerator, Half-Size, Single Door
Refrigerator, Midmark
Dishwasher, Labconco
Mixer, Hobart
Freezer, Single Door, True
Refrigerator, Victory Single Door
Cabinets, White
Dishwasher, Hobart
Shelving, 4 tier stainless
Range, 6 Burner Electric Stove & Oven
Stove, 10 Burner Vulcan Gas
Drink Case, Glass Front
Freezer, Single Door Kenmore
Refrigerator, 2 Door
Refrigerator, Delfield 2 Door
Refrigerator, 3 Door Commercial
Desks & File Cabinet
File Cabinet, 2 Drawer, Lateral
File Cabinet, Vertical, 4 Drawer
Tables
Desks

Whew! For pictures and for more information, go to the Memphis Estate Sales website. We've got our eyes on these colorful chairs, by the way, so don't even try to outbid us on these.
 

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