Who can I contact with questions?
Carroll Horton, 3864 Wyse Square, Lexington, KY 40510
(859) 381-8633  FAX (866) 591-6616, email: hortonclocks@aol.com
These are blind, or sealed-bid auctions.  You submit a bid sheet with the maximum price you wish to pay for an item by the close of the auction.  If you are the high bidder you win the item!  You will be notified if you have won the item at the close of the auction and will have 15 business days to make payment by check, credit card, money order, or Paypal.  See the  Detailed Instructions for more information.
Questions or comments about this website?  Email the webmaster!
Thinking about selling your watch or clock collection?
We are always looking to buy clock collections, large or small.  We can buy all your clocks, or a portion if you are just wishing to downsize.  We can spread the purchase out over years if you like, as a way to generate income every year.  We pay cash and will pick up the clocks; all you have to do is take your profits to the bank!  We pay top dollar for clocks because we have a low overhead.  We will also accept good quality clock collections on consignment.  Call Carroll to discuss the possibilities! 
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Our next auction is Less than 2 weeks away
We are almost ready for our next auction, to begin September 1.  We will let you know by email when the new auction is posted.  Sign up to be on our email list here
You can pre-order a catalog by clicking on the PayPal link below, or sending a check to Carroll Horton.  The cost is $10, with a 75-cent PayPal charge.  If you don't mind printing, you can download the catalog for free when the auction posts. 
Looking for sales from previous auctions?
May 2016
September 2015
Any unsold clock from previous auctions can be purchased for the minimum + 10%
Jan 2016
Looking for something in particular?  Try our Google site-search!
Note that this will search our entire site, including past auctions.   
To search for a set of words, use quotation marks: "tape measure" to search for tape measure clocks.
As each clock may have multiple listings in a given auction, pay attention to the web address at the end of the search result to identify listings from different auctions.
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