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Dwight Butler has been a licensed auctioneer since 1987. He
attended the Mason City College of Auctoneering in 1990, which
was operated by Doug Merfeld and the late Freddie Chandler, who
was known as the dean of auctioneering.
Saturday May 25th 10:00AM
8708 Terry RD in Louisville, KY 40258
Selling will be: A brick home with 3 bedrooms on a large lot
Estate of Warner & Frances Henderson
Saturday June 15th, 10:00AM
301 West Walnut Street, Hartford, Kentucky 42347
Selling will be: personal property including nice furniture,
bedroom suits, dining room set, tables, side chairs, old trunk, collectible glassware, hand maid quilts, and other household items.
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If you have never attended an auction, and do
not know what to expect; you can use this page to guide you
through the auction process.
- Prepare for the Auction
- On this website, review the list of items that
will be selling at the auction. Remember, this may
only be a partial list. If will be bidding on real
estate or other high value items, make sure that you
have your finances in place to pay for them.
Personal property must generally be paid in full on
the day of the sale, and real estate will require a
down payment on the sale date. If you want to view
the real estate prior to the auction date,
contact us to set up an
- Arrive at the Auction
- Be careful where you park. Do not block any
roadways or other cars. Normally there will be a
parking area set up.
- Get Your Bidder's Number
- There will be a cashier's table set up at the
auction site where you will register and get a
number. This number will be used to track what you
have purchased throughout the auction.
- Browse the Property for
Sale - Everything that will be selling will
be put out on a wagon, tables, etc. Feel free to
look through the items for sale prior to the
- Bid - When you
want to bid on an item, make sure to raise your hand
high so that the auctioneer can see that you are
bidding. We don't want to miss your bid!
- If You Won -
Don't forget to see the cashier before you leave to
pay for the items that you bought. The cashier will
be at the same place that you got your bidder's
number when you arrived.