Tim’s Inc. is proud to announce that we have collected
$67,606.00 in donations for
St. Jude Children‘s Research
Hospital In Memory of
Peter W. Chapulis.
Tim & mother Helen Chapulis
thank everyone for their
contributions in memory of
Peter W. Chapulis.

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MAGNIFICENT SUMMER SIZZLER
MULTI ESTATES AUCTION!
Once in a Lifetime On Site Auction
Sunday, August 3, 2014
Preview & Sign Up: 12 pm - Auction Start: 1 pm
Silver City Road, Newtown, CT
Take I-84, Exit 10 by Newtown Diner - Rte. 6 West to Boulevard Road - Follow the Signs to Auction!

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BID WITH CONFIDENCE! Tim's Inc. Auctions has been in business for 35 years and is very accurate on our descriptions and estimated values. Make sure to further check our estimates for item values. We have chosen to start auction items at $50 to bring in more auction attendees and bidding excitement! (Example: 2009 Cadillac is valued at $10,000 to $15,000 but bidding start price is $50)

Over 400 Lots, including many of our popular Treasure Trove Lots to be included!
Items are still being cataloged for this auction, check back often for updates and new items!

Items being offered to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital include: Johnny Winters, Les Paul, Pete Townshend, & The Zoo autographed guitars, treasure trove and discovery lots, roomsize vintage rug, very nice dog artwork, 14kt Gold earrings with August Peridot stones, and bouncing horses! St. Jude Children's Research Hospital lot numbers are: 12, 43B, 44, 49, 64B, 77B, 88B, 100B, 116B, 130, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, and 139.

An auction like this one only comes around once in a lifetime! This auction will be a fabulous opportunity with magnificent home contents including a 2009 Cadillac SRX and contents of 10 room home in Newtown, CT. The auction will be hosted at this beautiful Newtown home. Due to the owner's moving out of the country, this is a can't miss auction opportunity and we are thrilled to be able to offer these items to our customer! This home contents are immaculately kept and furnishings are in the Art Modern style and in ready to move into your home and use today condition! State of the art at every turn, with flat screen T.V.'s throughout the home, decorator accents and artwork, and a treasure trove of children's toys kept in excellent condition!

Terms of Auction: $100.00 Cash deposit for registration and bidder number, refundable upon return of bidder number or credited towards your purchase. 18% buyers premium for cash (has to be paid for in full day of auction, no exceptions). 21% buyers premium for known checks (by Tim’s Inc.). Tim’s Inc. reserves the right to hold items until checks clear our bank. $50 charge for any returned checks. 21% buyers premium for online bidding, phone and left bids. NO charge cards of any kind will be accepted.

Please be considerate when parking. Do not block cars, mailboxes or driveways and make sure your tires aren’t parked on the lawn. Park on one side of the road only (house side). Please bring your own boxes and packaging materials. Please leave large purses, bags, backpacks and heavy coats in your vehicle.

A donation (suggested donation) of $10 a person for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in memory of Peter W. Chapulis will be collected at the door, as well as for any online or phone bidders. We are proud to announce that we have raised over $67,265.00 to date for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in memory of Peter W. Chapulis. Tim's Inc. Auctions has been collecting donation since 2006 in memory of his father, Peter W. Chapulis. Peter W. Chapulis was a fan of Danny Thomas' and whole heartedly supported his good works and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital will NEVER turn down a child for financial reasons. No family will have to face financial devastation along with facing the tragedy of childhood cancer. Help us to continue to support this phenominal charity and their good works! We have several items that will be offered to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital:

Treasure Troves with hundreds of jewelry items, coins, antiques and collectables put
together in large lots sold for 1 monies! Discovery lots from the estates!
Tremendous value in large lots with many discoveries to be found!

“This is an exceptional opportunity for people to bid on items they need and can use right away,” said Tim Chapulis of Tim’s, Inc. Auctions. “It’s a blend of old and new but just about everything was purchased recently and incorporated into a truly beautiful home. This auction is only taking place because the home’s owner has accepted a position overseas and she can’t take it with her.”

The homeowner – Maria DelRoser Calvoverges –  does research work into cancers of the blood, such as leukemia. Her new position will be in Spain, where she has roots. Ms. Calvoverges has a keen eye for fashion and décor, and the items being sold reflect her good taste. All five bedrooms and the other rooms in the house are marvelously appointed, in styles that are popular right now.

One item certain to get attention is a 2009 Cadillac SRX all-wheel drive SUV in immaculate condition and showing just 68,405 miles on the odometer. Also being sold are gold and silver coins, fine estate jewelry, indoor and outdoor furnishings, game room items, artwork, hand-made Persian carpets, household items, electronics equipment, children's toys and games and more.

The estate jewelry pieces will feature a Bvlgari gold and diamond bracelet with ancient coin at the center (Sicily Syracuse, circa 310-304 B.C.) appraised in 2005 for $11,500, an heirloom-quality 18kt gold lady’s pin from Tiffany & Company with sapphire stones in the original early blue Tiffany box with lettering (fitted with silk on the inside), a collection of gold pins with precious stones fashioned into the shape of insects, 14kt and 18kt gold bracelets and necklaces, diamond dinner and engagement rings, precious stone rings (rubies, emeralds, etc.) and more.

Coins and currency will include a genuine $500 bill from the 1930s, approximately 11 gold coins (some of them British Sovereigns, circa 1800-1830), a 1978 1-oz. gold Krugerrand coin set in a large ornate gold holder for neckware, U.S. silver dollars and half dollars and other examples.

“When I say there is $10,000 worth of LEGO building blocks and sets in this sale, you can bet the actual figure is closer to $20,000,” Chapulis remarked. Other children’s items will include a basketball hoop, air hockey and ping pong tables, wooden train sets and a model train table, a Wii system with a charger for the controllers, bike helmets, sleds, Erector sets, games and more.

Electronics will feature Sony and Bose docking stations, a Beamz laser-based music learning device, a laptop computer and flat screen TVs. Also sold will be three crystal chandeliers from The Great Gatsby era that were previously owned by a member of the Rockettes of Radio City Music Hall fame, highly decorative lighting and floor lamps, Art Modern hanging light fixtures and fine decorative accessories.

Furniture will include a roll-top bamboo desk, an Art Modern-style dining room set with 12 chairs, Art Modern-style living room furniture in superb condition, a two-door one-drawer curio, matching bedroom sets, sofas that expand into beds, and a fabulous painted bedroom set with dresser and matching mirror, twin sleigh-style bed and desk.

Also sold will be two Paul McCobb matching room dividers (or étagères), complete and in two sections (étagère and table/base), facing in opposite directions so they can be used back-to-back or side-to-side. The mahogany is a light champagne finish and the frame and pulls are brass. These are a rare matching set from Paul McCobb (1917-1969), the renowned furniture designer.

Additional furniture offerings will include a French chestnut country table, a French silk day bed settee, a French Canadian three-person bench,  a Tangsu three-piece chest, a quarter sawn  oak buffet, a crotch mahogany drop-leaf side table, banister bookcases, a primitive country farm table, a 19th century oak secretary desk and a 1940s-era mahogany curio cabinet and dining table.

Collectibles will feature fine Hummel figurines (including Umbrella Boy and Girl Pair, each one measuring 7 ½ inches in height, plus others), a collection of Swarovski Crystal figures and candle holders in the original boxes, Royal Doulton porcelain figurines,
 
Decorative accessories will include six pieces of Ceramika Artystyczna stoneware pottery, U.S. pottery and Capodimonte

Items for the home include a Craftsman LT2000 riding lawnmower in excellent running shape, a home back-up generator, teakwood and patio furniture, a Samsung front-load matching washer and dryer set, a pull-down wall map and projection screen, a dehumidifier, some state-of-the-art kitchen counter appliances, a Sodastream system, glassware, pots and pans and baking utensils.

“Tell your friends,” Tim Chapulis urged. “Bring them along with your family, your truck, some packing materials and be ready to take it home. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime chance to own beautiful, ready-to-use merchandise that is only available due to a relocation.”

Phenominal opportunity with hundreds of fabulous antiques and collectables! French Chestnut Country Table, 6 Pieces Ceramika Artystyczna Stoneware Pottery, French Silk Day Bed Settee, French Canadian 3 Person Bench, U.S. Pottery and Capodimonte, Royal Doultan Porcelain Figurines, Tangsu 3 Piece Chest, Quarter Sawn Oak Buffet, Crotch Mahogany Drop Leaf Side Table and Mahogany 4 Shelf Book Case, Primitive Country Farm Table, 3 Great Gatsby Style Crystal Chandeliers, 14kt White Gold Diamond and Sapphire Ring, 19th Century Oak Secretary Desk, Channel Set Diamond Earrings, 1940's Mahogany Curio Cabinet and Dining Table, Early 1800's Chestnut French Cupboard, Diamond and Platinum Necklace, Oak Country Primitive Hutch, Victorian Sofa and Chair, Antique Persian Rugs, Oak Country Table with Chairs, Chimney Lamp with Cranberry Glass Globe, 19th Century Butler's Chest with Pull Out Desk, George III, 19th Century Corner Hutch, 6 Cries of London Engravings, estate jewelry, drop leaf tables, crystal, China, Depression Ware, artwork, collectables, and many, many more items still to be cataloged!

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Selling your home? Downsizing? Inherited an estate? Attic full? Items in storage? Gold & silver coins, jewelry, diamonds, stamp collections, sterling silver and clocks...
Tim’s, Inc. Auctions can help you turn unwanted items into cash!
-Call Auctioneer Tim Chapulis
(860) 459-0964

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Churches, Lions Clubs, Library & Non Profit Organizations:
Need to raise funds fast? Auctioneer Tim Chapulis can help put together a program for you for a charity fund raiser auction, from years of experience with helping such noted organizations as the Litchfield Possum Queen Event, Norfolk Lion’s Club, and many local churches and non profit organizations.

Call Auctioneer Tim Chapulis today and let us help you achieve and exceed your fund raising goal!

Jimmy from Giovanni's Community Fund
Total raised to date:

$4,383.00

This fund will be used to support the Morris Volunteer Fire Department purchase an power lift stretcher, and other community services and needs! Jimmy Ajazi left us too soon on March 8, 2014 at age 57. He was an active member of the community and supported the Morris Volunteer Fire Department and many charitable causes in town. His family have also been very active members of our community. Giovanni's will now be run by Jimmy's wife and son, and Jimmy's brother and sister-in-law will continue to be a big part of our community as owners of DiFrancos Restaurant in Litchfield. This fund will continue from the memorial dinner that was hosted by Tim Chapulis, Auctioneer, at Giovanni's the last week in March this year until we reach and exceed our goals!