Find a Rolls Royce and Just about Anything in a Government Auction

Fountain Valley, CA, August 09, 2006 --( Where else can a person find 36,000 pairs of socks, a Rolls Royce Phantom, gold coin, kangaroo meat and 25,080 light bulbs? At a government auction, that’s where.

People in California can participate in a very interesting government auction that can be found by using Sites like allow members to search through a vast database containing over 2000 government auctions nationwide. It is typical to find items like cars, trucks, jewelry and homes through government auctions. However, the Los Angeles Treasury Auction on August 17, 2006 will be hosting a very large auction with thousands of items being sold.

The auction has large lots of apparel available. Just to demonstrate the amount of clothing being auctioned, here is an example: 1,920 pieces of ladies jackets, 4,980 sets of ladies jogging suits, 29,856 pieces of girl’s pants in assorted styles and sizes, 840 pieces of ladies plus sizes skirts, 36,000 pairs of Miaosha and Princess Socks, 11,356 sets of boy’s pants and shirts with ties.

The auction also boasts hundreds of jewelry items. Some are wedding bands, anniversary bands, bracelets, chains, diamond rings, necklaces, and watches with brand names like Tag Heuer, Jaeger LeCoultre, Mathey Tissot, Movado, Girrard-Perregaux and Benrus.

Gold coins and currency are also available for bidding such as gold ingots and a gold nugget approximately 24kt; weighing 3.2 DWT. US Currency will be featured. Items offered are bills like a $500 bill, 31 $100 bills, 3 $50 bills, 5 $20 bills, 50 $2 bills and 3 $1 bills, all currency listed ranges from 1928 through 1998.

This auction also showcases high end vehicles such as a 12 cylinder 2004 Rolls-Royce Phantom with only 4,145 miles. The same Rolls Royce model can be found listed on Ebay Motors for as much as $240,000. Another vehicle available for bidding is a 2003 Hummer H2 SUV with 9,058 miles on the odometer. Other vehicles are available for bidding such as 1995 BMW 525i, 1969 Jaguar XKE II, 1963 Jaguar Mark II and a Mercedes Benz SL500. contacted the auction house, it was determined that the vehicles being sold at this auction do not have a set reserve. So this means there is a possibility for anyone to purchase a vehicle, including the Rolls Royce and Hummer below the market value.

As mentioned earlier, kangaroo meat is being featured at this auction. Here is the actual description of the meat: “Kangaroo meat, Aussie Game Meat and Australian Meats. Various Kilos per container, use by date: October 2006- February 2007.” If the thought of Kangaroo meat, 840 pieces of plus size ladies skirts and a Rolls Royce Phantom excite your bidding desires, then visit for more information about the Los Angeles Treasury Auction as well as other auctions throughout the United States.

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