New Jersey’s JNJA Auction & Auctioneer & Auction is offering $50.00 for a $200.00 auction on eBay, with bidding starting Monday, November 1, at noon.
The auction will be held at the JNJO at the New York State Fairgrounds.
“This auction is a great opportunity to buy rare items at an affordable price,” the auctioneer says on the auction page.
“We are offering up items for sale that are highly sought after by collectors and collectors themselves.”
The auction includes an assortment of vintage and modern items, ranging from antique coins to antiques, collectibles and other collectibles.
The buyer is also encouraged to purchase a rare item that is of interest to collectors.
The seller of the auction items is listed as JNJB Auction & Auctions, which has been in operation since 2010.
“Our goal is to create a platform for collectors to share their favorite items with others,” JNJSA Auction &Auctions said in a statement.
“As such, we invite you to browse our catalog, check out our listings and take advantage of our auction service to help us provide the best online auction service available.”
JNJD Auction & Anusctions is not the only online auction site to offer a Jnj Auction.
Another online auction company, JNj Auction & Dealers, also offers auctions and offers a free online account.
The site is owned by the same company that runs the Jnja Auction & Bidding, a company that specializes in auctioning antique items.
“With a great selection of rare items from our catalog and a friendly customer service team, we strive to be your one stop shop for all your antique auction needs,” Jnjo Auction &Dealers said in its statement.
The online auction is one of the few that offers bidding on auction items that have not been officially catalogued.
“When it comes to auction items, we are focused on finding the perfect buyer,” JNB Auction & Associates said in their statement.
JNja Auction is the first of its kind in New Jersey.
“The JNjas auction is an exciting way to celebrate the NJ State Fair and the unique culture that exists in the Garden State,” NJ Gov.
Chris Christie said in announcing the auction.
“These items are worth an incredible amount and we can’t wait to see the many people that will be visiting the Garden City in 2018 and beyond.”
Christie is an avid collector of rare and collectible items.
In January 2017, Christie, then a candidate for president, tweeted that he wanted to buy a pair of glasses from a dealer that he had never seen before.
Christie bought the pair for $5,500.