Things will be priced to moove at online auction of Hilltop stuff - including the cactus, but just one cow

Indian figures for sale

For the right price, these could all be yours.

Pretty much everything that wasn't stolen in the HIlltop's final days goes on sale in two online auctions on Dec. 14.

The first auction, which starts at 10 a.m., features the boring stuff, such as chairs, generators and bathrrom and kitchen equipment (right down to the kitchen sink. The better auction starts at 2 p.m. and includes portraits of Indian chiefs, cowboy and Indian figurines, cattle horns, stuffed buffalo heads, restaurant signs, menus and, yes, the 70-foot cactus that long lit up the night sky above Rte. 1.

Also for sale: a single, somewhat beat up, fiberglass calf.

H/t A.P. Blake.

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Not Online, On-Site

It's not an online auction, it's an old-fashioned "live-person" auction to be held at the restaurant site:

To be held on site
Route 1 South - Saugus, MA
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14TH
In Two Sessions
Session I- 10 am – Restaurant Equipment
Session II - 2 pm – Furnishings, Memorabilia and Decor
PREVIEW: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH 11 AM -6 PM
Day of auction 8 am throughout the entire day