The Bargains and the Weird at the Loudoun County Surplus Auction

The Loudoun County government in Virginia is hosting an online surplus auction.

An assortment of children’s DVDs – just one of the items from the Loudoun County surplus auction. (Courtesy of Loudoun County Government)

This holiday season, say it with fire extinguishers. I know where you can find cheap ones.

The Loudoun County government in Virginia is running an online surplus auction, which means you can get real bargains on the gifts.

Items sold include several separate lots of books and DVDs, each numbering in the hundreds; a battery ; Exercise equipment; computer equipment; 19 foot split-tipping Superline CAM office furniture and trailers. (Note to myself: Check out what a 19ft CAM Superline Split Dump Trailer is.)

The auction takes place via PublicSurplus.com. You have to register, which is free, but a 9.75% premium is charged on all purchases.

The auction is underway and ends Thursday, December 9 at 9:30 am You must collect anything you win between December 13 and December 17 at 14 Cardinal Park Drive, Suite 106, in Leesburg, and you must take appointment to do so. Each item has instructions on when they should be picked up.

Maybe a composite 18 inch umbrella stand?

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