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The North Dakota Pottery Collectors Society holds an
auction during the convention each June. 

 

2019 NDPCS Auction

 

CUT-OFF DATE FOR SUBMITTING LOTS April 30, 2019     Selling Fee 10%.  All items are sold without reserve

 

                            Sellers Address:                                                                      Send to Auction Catalog Chair:

 

Name: ___________________________________________ 

Address:  _________________________________________ 

City, State, Zip:  ___________________________________ 

e-mail:  ___________________________________________ 

Phone:  ______________   NDPCS Membership #________

 

 

 

Linda Bakken
517 26th Street NW
Rochester, MN 55901
bakken1@aol.com
Phone: 507-288-8602

 

 

 

Do you plan to submit your lots by mail?   No ____  Yes  ____  If yes, please await mailing instructions.

 

Type of Pottery

Item

Color

Size

Condition

Page /Photo#/ Item #

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You may enter up to 10 items.  Please put additional items on a separate sheet.

 

* Conditions Definitions: Mint - Perfect; Near Mint - Minor flaw; Damaged - Hairline crack, cracked, badly chipped;
PR - Professionally repaired, Repaired - touched up, sprayed with lacquer, glued, chip painted over, polish or marker

 

** References
(A) "Beautiful Rosemeade,"Sampson & Harms,
© 1986       
(B) "Collector's Encyclopedia of Rosemeade Pottery,” Dommel,
© 2000 
(C) "Collector’s Encyclopedia of Dakota Potteries,” Dommel,
© 1996 
(D)  "Dickota
Pottery" product  Catalog , © 2003
(E) "Little Heart Ceramics,” Wiege, Spencer & Spencer,
© 1999 
(F) "University of North Dakota Pottery, The Cable Years,” Barr*Miller*Barr,
© 1977
(G) "University of North Dakota Pottery, The Cable Years,” Miller,
© 1999
(H) “America’s Salt & Pepper Shakers,” Tompkins & Thornburg,
© 2000
 (I) "UND Pottery- a history & Comparative Study of the Art Pottery Made at the University of North Dakota,” Forster, © 2004
(J) "North Dakota Pottery, Dickota and WPA,” Arley H. & Bonnie J. Olson © 2010 

(K) “The ABCs of Rosemeade,” Linda J. Bakken 
© 2018


Other references may be used, but be sure to include the reference used in the description of your auction lot along with page, photo number, and item number or position of item.  Photos may be submitted but are not mandatory.  Photographs or digital photos (jpg format) are acceptable.  The auction chairs  reserve the right of photo choice to be used in the auction catalog. 

RETURNS:  If a successful bidder determines that an item is damaged or repaired and this was not announced prior to the auction, it may be returned for resale in the auction if brought to the attention of the auctioneer before five more items are sold.  If an item is found to be damaged or repaired after the auction has ended, the buyer should contact the owner of that item to resolve the matter.

 

All lots are subject to the inspection methods used by the auction committee.

 

 

2019 NDPCS Silent Auction

 

A Silent Auction will be held during the social hour from 5-6 p.m. before the banquet Saturday evening. 

1.   Members who have put at least one item in the Saturday afternoon auction may submit one item for the Silent Auction.       Item to be registered with the Auction Catalog Chair on the form below.

2.  There will be a limit of ten items in the Silent Auction.  The first 10 items submitted will be accepted. 

3.  Items must meet the same criteria as those in the Saturday afternoon auction.  No duplicate items will be accepted.

4.  The owner may set a reserve which will be kept secret until the end of the auction.  Items must have a reserve of at least $100 as bidding will begin at that amount.  Bids must be in $10 increments.

5.  Silent Auction items must be delivered to the banquet room at 4:45 p.m. for check-in.

6.  Bidding will begin at 5 p.m. and close at 6 p.m.

7.  NDPCS members who are registered for the convention may place bids.

8.  If the reserve is met, the item is sold.  If not, the high bidder will be told the reserve and offered the opportunity to meet it.  If the item is not sold, the owner may reclaim it at no cost to the owner.

9.  Winning bids will be announced during the program following dinner.

10The winner will write the check to the NDPCS.  90% of the selling price will be paid to the owner and the NDPCS will retain 10%.

 

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Name: ___________________________________________ 

Address:  _________________________________________ 

City, State, Zip:  ___________________________________ 

e-mail:  ___________________________________________ 

Phone:  ______________   NDPCS Membership #________

 

Please send this form to:

 

Linda Bakken
517 26th Street NW
Rochester, MN 55901
bakken1@aol.com
Phone: 507-288-8602

 

Type of Pottery

Item

Color

Size

Condition

Page /Photo#/ Item #

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Reserve:  ____________________________

 

 

 

2019 NDPCS Auction Guidelines

 

1.      Each NDPCS member who has paid their 2019 dues may submit 10 items to the auction.

2.      There will be a 10% selling fee.  All items are sold without reserve.

3.      Items will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.  Deadline for submission is April 30, 2019.

4.      The following items will be accepted:

 DIC       Dickota Pottery      LHC      Little Heart Ceramics
MES      Messer Ceramics      ROS       Rosemeade Pottery
3TS        Three Tribes Stoneware      TMP      Turtle Mountain Indian Pottery
UND      University of North Dakota Pottery
(marked U.N.D. or with the circular seal)
WPA     Works Progress Administration
& affiliates limited to Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) & Trenton Trades of ND
COM     NDPCS Commemoratives    
(limit of 15)
PRG      Pine Ridge Pottery
RSH
      Rushmore Pottery
OTH      NDPCS door prizes, table decorations and paper memorabilia relating to ND pottery (limit of 10 of each type).

                                                         

 No single shakers will be accepted.  If a member wishes to submit more than 10 items a list of extra items should be included with registration and those items will be considered if 125 items are not received by April 30, 2019.  No items will be accepted after April 30.  Online registration will not be available.