Glendale’s Newest Auction House Offers Exclusive Items from Camelback Mansion on Feb. 15

Glendale’s Newest Auction House Offers Exclusive Items from Camelback Mansion on Feb. 15

Saturday auction includes nine truckloads of furniture, fine art, pool tables and more

WHO: EJ’s Auction & Consignment
WHAT: One of EJ’s Auction & Consignment’s first major events inside its newest Glendale location, which boasts 29,000 square feet of auction/storage space, will feature nine truckloads of furniture, fine art, pool tables, theater seats and much more from a recently foreclosed Camelback mansion.

The event also will feature two simultaneous live auctions, including the “Bid Find” live auction in the building’s center featuring furniture, jewelry and collectibles, and the “Crate Find,” a live auction in the rear of the building that features box lots, tools and larger items housed in train-sized shipping containers.

WHERE: EJ’s Auction & Consignment “Big Box” Building, 5880 W. Bell Rd, Ste. B, Glendale, AZ 85308, on the northeast corner of 58th Avenue and Bell Road.

WHEN: Saturday, February 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (doors open at 9 a.m.)

VISUALS & INTERVIEWS:

  • Upon entry into EJ’s, the wide-open auction house will be teeming with potential buyers bidding on unique items, both in front and in the rear of the auction house.
  • Auctioneers will be bid-calling throughout the entire event.
  • An array of items will be on display, including fine art, collectibles, jewelry and other high-quality pieces.
  • EJ’s owners Erik Hoyer and Josh Levine will be available for interviews
  • Hundreds of bidders will be on hand for potential interviews

EJ’s live auctions are for people of all ages. “We’re neither stuffy nor are we like a warehouse sale. We encourage everyone to come see how much fun we have and most importantly, how many deals they can find,” said Hoyer.

Erik Hoyer and Josh Levine co-own EJ’s Auction & Consignment in Glendale and J. Levine Auction & Appraisal in Scottsdale. Demand for services have increased so much, a second EJ’s location is slated to open in Mesa later this year.

For more information, call (623) 878-2003 or visit www.ejsauction.com.


 

Media Contacts:
Sue Kern-Fleischer, Olson Communications, (602) 810-1404 cell
Erik Hoyer, EJ’s Auction & Consignment, (623) 878-2003

Auction
Highlights

The Sopranos Stern Pinball Machine SOLD $6,000

c.1987 Robinson Pro 14 Old School BMX Bicycle SOLD $1,700

Platinum, 1.5ct Brilliant Diamond Pendant Necklace SOLD $5,500

Salvador Dali Signed Limited Edition Lithograph SOLD $1,100

1971 GMC C1500 Pickup Truck SOLD $12,750

1940’S MARICOPA MILK CO. PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN SOLD $1,900

18K Gold Dee Morris Navajo Cuff Bracelet SOLD $5,000

Yamaha Disklavier Baby Grand Player Piano SOLD $5,500

C. 1927 Buddy L #208 Steel Passenger Bus Coach SOLD $3,750

Ardeshir Mohassess (1938-2008) Signed Illustration SOLD $1,300