Cox Family Auctions

Edinboro, PA

#1 Jun 16, 2010
Has anyone else noticed that it is very hard to win anything at the Monday evening auctions these days? Who is this person named Jason who seems to bid on anything and everything, no matter what the cost? He is ruining the auction for the regulars.

Edinboro, PA

#2 Jun 16, 2010
Bid higher you cheap skate.

Lancaster, NY

#3 Jun 18, 2010
Jason works for the auction. He keeps bidding to drive the prices up.(Sounds like doh might work for them too!)

Edinboro, PA

#4 Jun 18, 2010
Since "Curious" is a regular he/she should know if there is a rat planted in the crowd by now.
collectibles r us

Edinboro, PA

#5 Jun 24, 2010
I don't think for one minute that Jason works for the auction. He is always the winning bidder, which would not make sense if he was bidding the items up to get more money from them for the auction. I heard he is opening a collectibles store in Corry across from PNC bank. He'll have to ask some mighty high prices to make up for what he is spending on the auction items!

Edinboro, PA

#6 Jun 24, 2010
Maybe he is crazy like a fox and has knowledge of the value of the items he buys. Ebay business are ubiquitous.

Tonawanda, NY

#7 Jun 27, 2010
He works for the auction I tell ya.... They also have an ebay business. Jason is advised on how high to bid on items. The ones he wins are the ones they think they might get more on ebay!
auction man

North Waterboro, ME

#8 Jun 28, 2010
Sad to think that a reputable auction company like Cox would stoop so low as to do this. Jason is a shifty looking character and has a side kick named Jeremy who looks just as shifty. Sad for the people who love the weekly auction.
American Way

Edinboro, PA

#9 Jun 29, 2010
That is the American way my low and sell high...our entire economy is based on it.
jason the shifty one

Edinboro, PA

#10 Jul 10, 2010
lol. To set the record straight, I do not work for the auction company. And feel free to outbid me. And thanks auction man. I like the new title. Maybe you can introduce yourself to me and jeremy monday evening. I will have to say that you made me laugh at how paranoid people can be. I think that is why they call it an auction.
Jeff the Auctioneer

United States

#11 Jul 11, 2010
Jason is an enthused new buyer, acting independent of the Auction House. He, like all persons attending the auctions, is welcome, and is in my opinion, helping to stimulate an otherwise floundering market. We should be grateful for anyone who chooses to spend money at local auctions. Cox's Auction House engages in "live" auctions only, leaving the Ebay auctions for those who have the stomach for them. If you have any questions, feel free to talk to me anytime.

Since: Aug 10

Allentown, PA

#12 Aug 4, 2010
We found an old printing plate from around 1900 of a booklet for Corry PA. It is fasten to a heavy lead base and appears to be the front page of the book.

Does anyone know what this is worth?

Venus, PA

#13 Aug 5, 2010
Go ask Jason... he the enthused new buyer

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