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Online Auction - Thames Skiff, Veneer, Woodworking Tools & Equip.

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Online Auction by Thomas Hirchak Company Ending Thursday, November 19 @ 12PM 59 Brickyard Lane, Putney, VT 05346

Preview: Thursday, November 12 from 11AM-1PM

Graeme King, maker of the world’s finest racing shells, is retiring and closing his Vermont facility before moving home to Australia. We will be selling, among other things, wood working and metal fabrication machinery, wood boat building materials, a fine and beautifully restored, top of the line 1880s Messum’s Thames skiff and several partly restored wood racing shells as well as the last boat built by King.

Woodworking Tools & Equipment: Jet JVM-83-61 Vertical Milling Machine Jet GH-1340W-1 Geared Head Engine Lathe 40″w x 6″ Carolina Industrial Equipment HV12 Cut Off Saw Lincoln SP150 Ideal arc Welder w/ welding helmet Bridgeport Clausing 8520 Vertical Milling Machine Jet 18″ Wood Working Band Saw 6″ Double End Carbide Grinder Dake 1-1/2 Arbor Press Lincoln Idealarc Tig-250/250 Variable Voltage ACDC Arc Welder Di-Acro no. 4 Sheer JobSmart TA-25100VB Portable Air Compressor Chicago Power Tool 14″ Wood Cutting Band Saw Delta 6″ Thin-Line Double End Bench Grinder Delta Rockwell 10″ Unisaw Series 34-450 Jet 15″ Wood Working Planer JWP-15CS Shop Fox W1741 8″ Joiner Foley Bell Saw 910 Planer/Molder Rockwell 653 Combination Plane Festool CTMIDI Cleaning System QEP 7″ Tile Saw Porta Cable 7424XP 6″ Random Orbital Polisher Makita 5007MB 7 1/4″ Circular Saw Makita 4″ N23MBH Angle Grinder Makita Trimmer 3700B Jet 12″ JWP-12-4P Planer Duracraft S930 Bench Drill Press 1/2″ chuck Roper Whitney no. 16 Punch w/ Asst. Tooling Roper Whitney Punch w/ Tooling Makita 9207SPB Sander/Polisher w/ Disks & Abrasive Disks Makita RF1101 Router Porta Cable PC750RS Reciprocating Saw Makita DA3000R Right Angle 3/8″ Drill Makita 2401B 10″ Miter Saw Makita BO5031 5″ Orbital Sander w/ Disks Bosch 1290 Pad Sander Skil Jig Saw & Bosch Drill Makita 6800DBV Dry Wall Screw Gun Makita 9523NBH 4″ Grinder Makita GA7021 7″ Angle Grinder Jet JSG-6DC Sander/ GrinderJet DC-1100 Dust Collector Large Quantity of Clamps Thousands of Feet of Exotic Veneer and much more!

ITEM REMOVAL: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23 FROM 10AM-2PM. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to bring all necessary tools/equipment for removal. Note: Thomas Hirchak Company does not disconnect, remove, pack, ship, store, crate or rig items. Riggers are required to provide a certificate of insurance before they will be allowed to dismantle or remove any assets from the auction site. Buyer/rigger MUST bring a copy of liability insurance to the premises (onsite) and fax a copy to the offices of THC. The insurance certificate must list THC and Seller as additional insured. You must have written permission from Thomas Hirchak Company to leave purchased items on-site beyond the scheduled load out date or they will be disposed of at the discretion of sellers/auctioneers.

TERMS: Bid online at ProxiBid. 15% Buyer’s Premium online.

For more information call 800-634-7635 or visit Thomas Hirchak Company

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