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June 24, 2019

Auction Offers Variety of Items

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Posted: Thursday, May 9, 2019 12:00 am

For forty years, Livermore auction fans and supporters of Livermore history have gathered at the Duarte Garage (North L St. at Pine St.) to support the Livermore Heritage Guild’s mission of preserving local history. They gather to score some cool auction winnings of unique items at amazing prices. This Saturday, May 11, it happens again. Drop in at 5:00 p.m. to check out the auction items. Dig into the traditional spaghetti dinner at 6:00 ($25 online, $35 at the door). The auction starts promptly at 7:00.

This year, about 40 lots hit the auction block in a fast-moving adventure through antiques, collectible housewares, vintage pieces, a collection of pen knives and watches, local wine, furniture and odd little knick-knacks with obscure purposes. There will be an opportunity to bid to ride in the Livermore Rodeo or Holiday parade in a vintage fire truck.

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