The auction was in San Bernardino, CA. The location was not known as a great spot for good storage buys. Jarrod and Brandi had great success at this location before. Barry showed up with a cooler scooter. Jarrod brought his big truck to the auction, which made him desperate to buy.
The first unit was a 5 by 10 full of neat and organized plastic tubs. Barry unleashed his secret weapon of handing out breakfast burritos. Darrell and Barry got into a bidding war and then Dave came in late, but Barry stayed strong and bought it for $2,300. Barry started going through the unit and he found some out dated and broken stuff. Then he started finding a collection of knives and machetes. Barry’s buy was looking very bad until he opened an old trunk and found an antique horse racing game. The game was made by “Jeu de Course” a French maker. The game was used for gambling. The item worked and was worth up to $600 at auction ion a great day. Barry gambled on a sale to his expert and got $400.
The second unit was small with some old bags. Darrell bought the unit for $230 after Dave ran him up an extra $50. Darrel really liked the needle point “samplers” that he thought were made in the 1920’s. The unit was adding up and then the father-son duo found a map of Transylvania.
The third unit for sale was a huge one with alot of vintage pieces. The unit was covered in dust and spider webs. Jarrod and Dave were very interested in the locker. Darrell also went strong after the unit, but Dave Yuuped his way to buy it for $1,850. The unit was packed with vintage furniture. Dave was racking up the dollar signs. Brandon found Vlad the retailer online and he was their expert. Vlad was very knowledgeable about the piece. The map from a book from the 1600s was hand colored and was worth $1,000.
Dave Hester +$1,900
Jarrod and Brandi $0
Barry Weiss -$1,475