Bids for JNJ auction start online

Bidders can now buy New Jersey auction house JNJC on eBay, with a listing for the first auction of the auction house’s vintage jewelry and accessories.

The listing for Jnj Auction’s vintage clothing, accessories and jewelry is now live.

The New Jersey jewelers are listed as the first to bid on the auction of its vintage jewelry.

“We are honored to have been invited to take part in the JNJP auction, and have no hesitation in offering the items for sale,” Jnji Auction CEO Michael L. Smith said in a statement.

“These items have long been admired by collectors and collectors alike, and the auction’s format is unique and exciting for anyone interested in these beautiful pieces of history.”

Smith added that the auction will be “one of the largest in New Jersey history” with prices ranging from $1,400 to $2,500.

“This is the first of many such auctions to be held at the JNB and we look forward to providing the world with more exciting and memorable collections from JNB,” said Liza C. Matson, JNJA president.

The auction, which will be held Feb. 11, will feature Jnja’s “JNJ” jewelry collection, a collection of more than 400 pieces, including more than a hundred bracelets, necklaces and necklifts.

“Jnj is known for its hand-crafted and hand-made in-house jewelry, which is unique in its own right,” Smith said.

“The jewelry is of an exquisite quality and quality is only matched by the quality of our service.”

Jnjer has been in business since 1932 and has a proven track record of quality and innovation.

Jnjc’s vintage collection includes items like “J-Laws,” a necklace of beads, gold and silver chain, gold-leaf-framed frames and a bracelet, as well as “JJJ” gold chain, which has been worn for more than two decades.

JNjer is owned by the Smith Family Foundation.

The foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is based in Princeton, N.J. The Foundation is a nonprofit corporation of the New Jersey General Assembly.

The Smith Family was founded by Charles J. Smith Jr., a former U.S. attorney and U.N. ambassador.

JNJA has been the largest private collection in the United States of all jewelry, with more than 80,000 pieces, and is valued at more than $5.6 billion.

The Jnij Auction will be sold by a third-party auction company.

The online auction will run through Feb. 19.