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Auctioneer New Hampshire Boat Museum 603-569-4554
Auction Date Jul 14 Auction
399 Center St
Wolfeboro, NH
Time 10:00AM
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New Hampshire Boat Museum presents the 18th annual New England Vintage Boat & Car Auction on Saturday, July 14. 
The auction begins at 10:00 a.m. with previews on Friday, July 13 noon-5:00 p.m. and Sat., 8:00-10:00 a.m at the Museum.

Hunt Leavitt, auction co-chair, says, “We have a great line-up of classic wooden boats from Chris Craft to Lyman to Penn Yan and more. The fiberglass motorboat assortment is fantastic and there are lots of sailboats of all sizes for beginners and experts. We also have canoes, kayaks and dinghies.  More than half of the boats are being sold with no reserve!”
For the third year there are beautiful vintage cars that will be auctioned including a 1948 Mercury Woodie, a beautiful 1951 Chevy Truck and 2007 Maserati Quattro.

Once again, three original paintings by Peter Ferber, created for the New England Antique & Classic Boat Society’s yearly boat shows, will be available to the public at the auction. Peter Ferber is an artist well known for his lake and boat scene paintings. These one-of-the kind paintings are magnificent. Collectible lake décor will also be auctioned with a jam-packed line up of offerings. 
Auctioneer Peter Coccoluto (NH License No. 3080) will start the bidding at 10 am. Pre-registration is recommended and available at or by calling the Museum at 603.569.4554 before the 14th. You can also register under the tent during preview hours beginning at 8:00 a.m.

The Vintage Boat & Car Auction will be held rain or shine under a large tent on the Museum property at 399 Center Street (Route 28/109 North) Wolfeboro Falls, NH. All proceeds benefit the New Hampshire Boat Museum, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit educational organization that focuses on the social history of life on New Hampshire’s lakes and the state’s important freshwater boating traditions.

Catered, on-site parking.  
Buyers Premium, No Sales Tax 

Most purchases at the Auction can be made with cash, credit card, or personal check. However, any check totaling $20,000.00 or more will need to be accompanied by a signed Letter of Available Funds from the bank where you have your checking account. This letter a) must be signed by a bank officer, b) indicate that the amount of funds available in your account is equal to or more than the check amount you write to the New Hampshire Boat Museum at the Auction, and c) is dated no earlier than July, 10, 2018.

For purchases of $20,000 or more, possession of your purchase may be delayed until cash is paid, check clears or bank guarantees check clearance.

If you have any questions, please contact the museum at 
603-569-4554 or    

Auctioneer License Information: 3080

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