Proxibid to Provide Online Bidding for Auction of Assets from The National Military History Center
Proxibid (www.proxibid.com), the world's largest, most trusted online marketplace for buying and selling specialized assets, announced today that it will provide live, online bidding for an auction by Auctions America by RM that will feature nearly 200 military collectors' items. The sale will take place in Auburn, Ind., on Saturday, December 8 at 1 p.m. Eastern Time. Buyers interested in Military memorabilia can bid from anywhere in the world that has an Internet connection via Proxibid. To view the auction catalog and to place pre-bids, visit www.proxibid.com/auctionsamerica.
Collectors and Military aficionados won't want to miss the chance to take part in this live auction webcast, which will feature some extremely rare and unique WWII items that cannot be found anywhere else. More than 80 collectible military trucks and vehicles made in the 1930's and 1940's will cross the auction block, including a 1942 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle (lot #140) and a 1942 Dodge Field Sedan (lot #112). These vehicles are the perfect addition to a museum collection or personal vehicle collection.
“This auction is really a military memorabilia collector's dream. We're auctioning off some truly fantastic items that you can't find anywhere else,” said Donnie Gould, President of Auctions America. “And, since we're bringing this sale online, anyone in the world can — and should — place their bids on these one-of-a-kind items.”
Proxibid provides asset owners of all sizes and buyers with access to the world's largest, most trusted online marketplace and selling solutions for excess inventory. More than $2 billion in inventory passes through Proxibid's marketplace annually in product categories that include heavy equipment; commercial and industrial equipment; real estate; fine art, antiques and collectibles and more.
Founded in 2001, Proxibid is headquartered in Omaha, NE. For more information about Proxibid, please visit www.proxibid.com.
Dana Kaufman, 402-505-7776