McNeil Liquidations has terrific sales
lined up over the next two months.
(Our next sale will be a massive affair in late February or early March;
it will be a “no purses, no bags, no boxes” sale.
We like to give you plenty of advance notice to keep the kvetching to a minimum.)
In the meantime, though, it’s our pleasure to tell you
about sales conducted by trusted friends:

SALE #1 (Sale by Collectibles Etc.):
The estate of the late Charles and Jerre Ochoa
5313 N. Drexel Circle, Oklahoma City, OK 73112
Saturday, 9 February, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
(Sign-up sheet on front porch from 8:00 a.m.)
Sunday, 10 February, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
(Sign-up sheet on front porch from 10:00 a.m.)
Monday, 11 February, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.)
Home equipped with a monitored security system.
Fine jewelry and other select items not on site until Saturday.
Cash only on fine jewelry and luxury handbags.
Security on site throughout sale.


Our friends at Ken Carpenter Auction are now accepting consignments
for a large consignment auction to be held 23 March.
(Trucks, trailers, and equipment only, please — no household lots.)
CLICK HERE to see details about this upcoming consignment auction.
All lots must be consigned no later than 20 February.

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum (formerly The Cowboy Hall of Fame)
has an exhibition of Native American artwork entitled “American Indian Art: 20th Century Masters” currently running.
(The exhibition started 29 January, and will be in place until 12 May.)
This exhibition highlights this depth and the 20th century American masters who shaped it.
Explore early artists such as The Kiowa Six, Tonita Peña, Harrison Begay and the institutions that influenced them — particularly The University of Oklahoma and The Santa Fe Indian School.
CLICK HERE to see full details about this fine exhibition of Native American art.



  1. Our next sale — the sale the weekend of 23, 24, and 25 February — will be a “no purses” sale. (We will also forbid outside boxes and bags, as well as strollers. All coats and pockets may be subject to police search.)

    We will have TWO police officers on site, as well — one in uniform, and one “secret shopper” in plain clothes.

    Remember that we press felony charges on any and all shoplifting. (We don’t mess with misdemeanors.) Steal from one of McNeil Liquidations’ estate sales and lose your voting rights for FIVE FULL YEARS.

    Please do not shop the “sold” tables, else we will ban you from future sales. (Yes, we mean it.)

    OK — warnings over.

    We hope to see you at the sale, and hope you’ll have great fun shopping this massive, marvelous estate that’s been moved in its entirety from Lawton, Oklahoma.

    Please remember that we take cash only on all showcase purchases, and that all sales (both cash and debit/credit) will be absolute and final, so be certain to inspect your selections with care prior to purchase.

    Customers will be responsible for the disposition of their purchases. (If you can’t afford to move it or have it moved, you couldn’t afford to buy it in the first place. Period.)

    Staff does not wrap, haul, nor deliver.

    Do you have a tax exemption permit?
    You must submit a physical copy of your current, valid tax exemption permit, else sales tax WILL be collected. (There will be no exceptions made.)

    We do not answer questions about prices prior to the sale. (The Mercedes-Benz is one exception. It is priced at $7,950.00, and will require at $500.00 cash deposit to hold until title transfer at noon on Monday, 24 February, at Classen Tag Agency.)

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