Luxury Lots of Gucci, Diamonds & Gold Coins for Auction on July 14, 2012

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Diamonds are a girl's best friend, or at the very least a solid investment. This Saturday, July 14th, Government Auction will offer for auction a cornucopia of luxury items to include a Gucci, Rolex, Diamonds and Gold Coins. This one day event will be hosted on the auction site

Gucci, Diamonds & Gold Coins

Gucci, Diamonds & Gold Coins

"The 1890-S Double Eagle is quite scarce in good quality, and is sure to attract numerous bids." stated auctioneer Jeff Moore.

Offered for auction in the luxury category is a Gold and Silver Rolex Men's Watch. This Oyster Perpetual Datejust was previously owned and is one of seven Rolex's in the auction catalog. The watch is stainless steel with gold accents and a large black face. In a addition to Rolex other quality timepieces include a Women's Gold & Steel Gucci Watch. The watch is a stunning example of Gucci's classic design with twelve diamond hour markers and a black face.

Topping the list on the precious gem front is a luminous loose diamond. The 1.27 CT Emerald Cut Diamond. The gemstone is graded I-1 in quality and is valued at over $7,000. Also in the diamond category is a gorgeous 4.85CT Diamond Bracelet. The 14k white gold bracelet is mounted with a total of 435 genuine round full diamonds and measures approximately 7 1/2 inches in length.

In addition to the luxury items being presented, the auction house is also featuring a collection of gold coins. A unique coin offered is a 1890-S U.S. $20 Liberty Head Gold Coin. The "Double Eagle" as the coin is also referred to was minted from 1850 to 1907 during the height of the California gold rush. Of all the gold coins minted before 1907, the Double Eagle had the highest gold content. "The 1890-S Double Eagle is quite scarce in good quality, and is sure to attract numerous bids." stated auctioneer Jeff Moore.

Additional auction highlights include a 10 Cent Mills HiTop Slot Machine, Brass National Candy Store Cash Register, and a selection of Coach Purses.

To view this auction please click the link below

Historic Auction Event! - Over 1,400 items! Saturday, July 14, 2012 | 6:30 AM Pacific

For additional information on any lot in the sale, call Debbie on 661-823-1543 or e-mail info(at)governmentauction(dot)com.

About Government Auction

Government Auction was founded as a general resource to buying assets such as jewelry , gemstones, memorabilia, collectibles, art, prints, antiques, and vehicles throughout the United States. Most people don't realize there are hundreds of thousands of assets and valuables that are seized everyday and made available through various resources. Many of these confiscated assets are passed on to us for immediate liquidation. Some examples of how we acquire requisitioned objects are from bankruptcies, IRS, estate sales, trusts, and more.

Government Auction is the largest company of its kind and the only one in the United States that works closely with these agencies to acquire literally thousands of assets and confiscated goods, such as Ruby Gemstones, Sapphire Rings, and Men's President Rolex Watches, Mercedes Benz, and Gold Coins. In most cases we acquire these treasures at a fraction of their actual retail value. Once acquired these items are liquidated through the auction site. Clients are made up of just the everyday person who wants to buy a Diamond Bracelet, Pearl Strand Necklace, Sterling Silver Pink Sapphire Earrings, Oval Cut Emerald Gemstone Parcel, Remington Bronze Reissue at an unbeatable price.

All assets that we offer are normally at a 30% - 60% savings to the client. What this means is consumers are making a good investment immediately. By purchasing assets cheaply people can make a sizeable profit if they decide to resell it later on.

Government Auction is one of the most reputable jewelry and gem clearinghouse company in the U.S., with over 20 years of experience.

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