We all know that gamers have impeccable taste and buy only games that are rare treasures of intellectual entertainment. But, sometimes you no longer need or can no longer enter your man cave to play games – you need to create more space. What better way than to turn these unwanted gems into cash so you can buy new treasures? Or, come to the Noble Con Auction and find more hidden treasures to add to your man cave! Auction time is 8pm to 9pm on Saturday night October 7th.
We’re looking for: Board games, miniatures, RPGs and supplements, Card games, books, toys and collectibles.
Noble Con Auction Rules
To buy or sell at the auction, you must have a convention badge. Your badge number will act as your buyer/seller number
Bids are in $1 increments (no 50¢ minimum bids).
Auction items must be registered with the auction counter between 8am and noon on Saturday October 15th. The seller is responsible for preparing auction slips for each item to be sold (see tips below on how to attach the auction sheet).
No individual CCGs – cards will only be sold in lots.
Things we can’t sell:
No genuine weapons of any kind.
No PC games
The Auction Coordinator has final say on what can or cannot enter the auction.
When the auction is concluded Noble Con staff will begin processing the sales – once the buyers have paid for their items the sellers can pick up their unsold merchandise (an announcement will be made). All buyers must pick up their purchases immediately after the auction. Sellers can pick up their money on Sunday between 9am and 3pm.
All purchases must be paid for by cash, credit/debit card or PayPal. There is a 3% processing fee for using a credit/debit card. NO CHECKS will be accepted.
Noble Con takes a 10% commission on all items sold at the auction as a donation to our charity of choice: Fur A Good Paws.
Noble Con is not responsible for quality or completeness of merchandise. Buyer beware.
Any uncollected merchandise becomes the property of Noble Con.
Tips: To avoid damaging items and assist the staff with check-out, here are some suggestions on attaching tags to items:
Use a low-tack tape to attach the sale tag.
Anything still in shrink wrap can have the tag taped on anyplace.
Magazine bags or gallon sized storage bags are recommended. Any item that will fit in one should be placed inside, and the tag taped to the outside.
Books with slick covers (Palladium, for example) can have the tag taped on the cover. Please use a low-tack tape for these.
Boxed items or delicate books can have a strong rubber band or length of string put around it. Place the tag under the band/string, and then put a piece of tape over it onto the tag. This keeps the tape off the item, avoiding damage.
Please print as needed. One card per item (or per lot) to enter items into the Noble Con Auction.