But the auction house, which also conducted the 2007 sale of assets from Whitney Houston‘s tour, has devised a way to weed out curious fans who just want to gawk, not buy.
order to come onto the property, you’ll have to register,” auction house manager Harry Byrnes explains to NorthJersey.com.
“Registration requires a name, address and phone number, plus a $300
deposit towards purchases. That gets you into the venue. If you don’t
buy anything, obviously you get your $300 back.”
]]>tells NorthJersey.com. But the auction will be conducted in a tent in the middle of the driveway. “If it was a smaller crowd, I would consider walking through the house and selling each piece while standing in front of it, but because of the amount of interest, we feel that this is the most conducive way to conduct the auction,” Byrnes says. Items up for auction include: Wood-trimmed sofas with leather and fabric upholstery, a suit of armor, an ornate Greek Revival table, and a ginormous gilt-framed mirror, a grand piano, a high-end foosball table, a pool table, a snow plow, a jet boat, and a 48-inch stainless steel Wolf range. Check out the full 12-page list including dishes, costume jewelry, wedding bands, tools, computers, BBQ grill, baby furniture, rugs, 42-inch LCD TVs and so much more. No children will be allowed at the sale. No food, no pets and NO hair-pulling! Follow Zap2it and Elizadish on Twitter and Zap2it on Facebook for the latest TV, movie and celebrity news. Photo credits: A.J. Wilner Auctions