Aluminum Flag Poles (13 5ft and 1 6ft) from band
Listing Number: 50416187 | Lambertville, NJ US | South Hunterdon Regional School District 0 Seller's Other Auctions
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|Starting Bid: $1.00|
|Current Price: $10.00|
|Buy Now Price||$0.00||No Reserve Available for immediate purchase.|
|Buyer's Fee: 7.00 %|
|Bid History||6 Bid(s)|
|High Bidder||FrstProspect F**********t|
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Aluminum Flag Poles (13 5ft long and 1 6ft long pole) from band. Some poles have rubber stoppers on one end. The item(s) are being sold as is with no warranties. Winning bidder is responsible for any transportation costs for picking up this item(s). Sold item(s) must be picked up within 5 days from the date of the winning bid being approved. Note that the winning bid needs to be approved the following Monday May 22nd 2023 after the auction closes. . Invoices will be sent out on Tuesday, May 23rd.
Additional information on this Auction
|Will Item results be voted on||Yes|
|Date of voting||Friday, May 19, 2023|
|Will you ship this item||No. Pickup only.|
|In person item inspection information||contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an in person inspection during the business week|
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"what is the total length of this flag pole. And was it installed on the ground? thank you, be well."
- Asked by #562024 02/18/2023 11:20 PM
these are individual poles that do NOT combine to make 1 large pole.
-Answered on 02/24/2023 08:45 PM