|Extremely rare LDS Statues, Collectibles, & Bronzes Auction!|
Auction: Saturday June 17th at 10 AM Online bidding click here
Preview: June 16th 9-4 PM
Address: 430 West 300 North, SLC UT 84103
LDS Statues, Bronzes, Artwork, & more
Heroic Frontier Prophet -Statue of the Prophet Joseph Smith. Artist Dee Jay Bawden, Cast in Bronze. (Located in Nauvoo, Illinois)
Historic Frontier Prophet- Statue of the Prophet Joseph Smith -Artist Dee Jay Bawden
Nauvoo Temple Sunstones- Replica
Nauvoo Temple Moonstone- Nauvoo Temple Moonstone Replica
Eagle Dancer -Bronze Wooden base by Karl Quilter
Cheyenne- Bronze by Fredrick Remington
Bear Sculpture- Bronze by Lorenzo Gihiglieri in 2003
George Washington Statue- bicentennial bust of George Washington made of Plaster. 48" x32". Made by artist Avard Tennyson Fairbanks.
-Artwork: (2) Original Waldo Midgley Wator colors, "Practicing in the Park"
-George Wesley Browning (1868-1951) Binder of original sketches, art, water colors (outdoor landscapes, animals, bugs/insects)
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Terms of Auction/Common Questions:
Everything is selling "as is, where is" what you see is what you get. All sales are final. To bid at the auction you must register for a bid card and by signing up for the bid card you agree to the terms listed on the bid-card must have a photo id to register. Remmoval and payment is immediate. We charge sales tax of 6.85% Online bidding will will be available through ProxiBid.com 10% buyer's premium, online buyers premium 15%
Terms of payment: Cash or certified funds. Certified funds are cashiers check made payable to Erkelens & Olson. Credit cards will be charged 5% Auction starts at 10 AM and we go in numerical order of the lot list.
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