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JEWELRY
AUCTION

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aturday, September
28, Morgan
Fitzgerald’s will
hold its annual
Brighton Jewelry Auction
at 2 p.m. You may place
items for auction or
attend the auction, or
both. The money from
the auction is returned
to the person placing the
items as credit for her
use to buy new Brighton
jewelry.
Anyone may place
items for auction.
However, there must be
three pieces of gently
used Brighton
jewelry per
entry---a
necklace,

bracelet, and
earrings. They
do not have to
match. The
pieces must not
be tarnished, or
significantly
worn
or broken.
Jewelry to
be placed for
auction can
be brought to Morgan
Fitzgerald’s from
now until Wednesday,
September 25. You can
place a minimum bid for
the entry. The bidding

would
Simply Stylish
start
Nancy Pride
at that
amount.
If you do not have a
minimum bid requirement,
the bidding starts at $5.
If entries are not sold,
they are returned to the
owner.
If you are a bidder at
the auction and you win
a bid, you are obligated
to purchase the item you
bid on. All jewelry is sold
as is, so carefully inspect
all pieces before you bid.
Items can be inspected on
Friday, the day before the
auction and on
the day of
the auction.
Brighton
jewelry
pieces sold
at the auction have no
warranty. If you cannot
attend the auction, a
silent bid may be placed.
Please call to reserve a
seat if you wish to attend
the auction.
Nancy Pride owns
Morgan Fitzgerald’s
and Merle Norman
located at 3800
S.Texas Avenue,
one mile north
of University Drive.
(979) 268-0606

PO BOX 3000, BRYAN, TX 77802

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