Delaware County Auctions Confiscated Rolex Watch on Muncibid.com

Looking for a bit of bling to show off your crypto profits? Delaware County is currently used Rolex auction valued at $23,000.

Like many government organizations, Delaware County auctions off surplus and confiscated items through a website called Muncibid, but these are usually old cars or maintenance vehicles.

The Rolex, a GMT-Master II Root Beer Automatic 18K Everose & Oystersteel, entered county coffers following confiscation and was appraised by Dyers Jewelers in Aston, which lists among its features: automatic winding, chronometer, screw-down crown , scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, rotating bezel, retrograde date and magnet-resistant luminous hands and indicators.

The online auction is open to the public at municibid.com and ends Tuesday, February 22. Residents can bid on this government auction online, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. As of 3 p.m. Wednesday, there had been 21 bids on the watch starting at $4,000, with the highest being 18 $100, plus a 9% buyer’s fee. The reserve price has been reached.

Proceeds from the sale of the watch go to the county.

More municipalities in Pennsylvania are using the auction service, including Marcus Hook Borough which is currently 80 x 20 ft shipping container auction and the Delaware County Intermediate Unit which has a 1999 Ford Pickup Truck for submission.

Founded in 2006, Municibid, a four-time member of Inc. 5000 (2018-2021), serves more than 4,000 governments and schools across the United States who use its services to auction off fire trucks, buses, ambulances, heavy machinery, farm equipment and equipment. other surplus goods to the public online.

Floyd N. Morlan