Bid History for Two (2) Comet Brand Spot Lights
Auction Start Date: 11/23/22 11:03 AM ET
Auction End Date: 12/01/22 12:00 PM ET
Asset ID: 25960 Number of Bids: 19
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Two (2) Comet Brand Spot LightsThis auction is for a lot of stage lights. These units power on but were not tested past that and their individual conditions are unknown.
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is not equipped to carry this material in a safe manner.
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