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Issue #1912 - Auction Action Antique News
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October 9, 2013
Vol. 19 No. 12
News Periodical Mailed on October 3
1916 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles Single-Sided Cardboard Sign
Brings $8,800 at Matthews Auctions’August 28 Sale in Iowa
Article & photos by Brian Maloney
The sign was the top lot in a sale that featured Harley-Davidson
motorcycle memorabilia.
A 1916 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles single-sided cardboard sign
(saying “J. D. Dickenson, Rural Home”), rated 9+ out of 10 for condition
and measuring 27 inches by 60 inches framed, sold for $8,800 at an auction
loaded with motorcycle items – mostly Harley-Davidson and Indian – held
Aug. 28 by Matthews Auctions, LLC, of Nokomis, Ill.
Continued on page 17
The top lot of the sale was this
Harley-Davidson single-sided cardboard
sign, rated 9+ ($8,800).
This Harley-Davidson 1939 wind sock, 11 inches
long, changed hands for a surprising $4,400.
Hancock Gasoline “Early Rooster”
porcelain pump plate sign, rated
near-mint at 9+ ($6,050).
Eagle River, Wisconsin Hosts 53rd Annual
Rotary Club/NWADA Antiques Show
Article & photos by Brian Maloney
The Eagle River Derby Expo Center in Eagle River, Wisconsin once again hosted the Northwood’s longest running antiques event: the 53rd Annual Eagle River Rotary
Club/NWADA Antiques Show. It doesn’t pretend to be the biggest show around, but it’s
one of the best, with dozens of area dealers putting on a show that one shopper described Best of
as “the best little show in the Northwoods.” The local Rotary Club sponsors the always- the art glass at Time’s Treasures: this
popular event, with 100% of the proceeds helping to fund both local and international 8” Steuben acid-cut vase, circa 1920s
community projects.
& priced at $1,800. 608-617-7066
Continued on pages 6, 7 & 8
My folk art
favorite at Perennial Antiques: this ornate
Antiques at
wood & shingle birdhouse measuring
Gordon’s
was
20” in length - $250. 715-277-3043
period toy
headquarters at
Eagle River, with
gems like this
mint & early
There were
Lehman Zig-Zag
Here’s an unusual one: from
lots of
complete with box
For the Shelf, a Fauerbach
lookers at
($2,200), and Unique
CB Beer railroad crossing
these colorful & ornate 1920s celluloid hair
Art G.I. Joe and the
sign, asking price $300.
combs from Time’s Treasures, with all priced
Canine Pups priced
414-688-3606
at under $100. 608-617-7066
at $300. 262-377-4313
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OPEN DAILY 10-6
400 Randolph Dr.
Exit 146 off Hwy.
41 (Little Chute)
Appleton, WI 54913
920-788-5553
Ornate oak buffet,
$850 firm. Dlr 10
Oak hall
tree w/lift
top bench,
$395.
Dlr OT
“Rastus”
1850’s Folk
Art carved
African
(serious
offers
considered),
can deliver
in Wisconsin,
$9,500.
Dlr FFA
Oak 1910,
35” long, 8 Day.
$595.
“Established 1971”
KAPPEL’S CLOCK SHOP
2250 Sherman Ave • Madison, WI 53704
608-244-6165
Wisconsin’s Largest
Antique Clock Shop
New & Antiques Clocks - Bought - Sold - Repaired
Hours: Mon. ~ Fri. 10-5 • Saturday, 10-2
A n t i q u es
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Pedal riding horse,
$445. Dlr 41
Where the Past.....Meets the Present
Large Selection of Antiques & Collectibles • Dolls • Furniture •
Glassware • Jewelry & More
30 Day Layaway • Gift Certificates • Visa & MC Accepted!
Mid Century modern tile
table, 48”, $695. Dlr JJ
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Easy access
from Hwy 41,
just So. of 9th
St. Exit on
W. Frontage Rd.
120 of the
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Dealers
1475 South Washburn St.
OSHKOSH, WI
Open: 10 - 6 Daily 920-235-0495
License FLL Gun Dealer
Gun transfers service available
Delivery Service
Available
[email protected]
We Buy Coins & Firearms
FLEA MARKET October 20
In Originals Mall of Antiques parking lot.
FREE PARKING & ADMISSION
Call for reservations
Opalescent swirl bowl,
$55. Dlr LAG
Old Milwaukee advertising
sign w/real clock! $64.95.
Dlr TOM
920-731-9699
1074 S. VanDyke Rd., Appleton, WI
(Between Prospect BB & College Ave.)
30,000 Sq. Ft. & Over 165 Dealers
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Boat rudder
trade sign, (Boat
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Beautiful antique
umbrella
display case,
$750 firm.
Dlr 250
RUMMAGE SALE
in parking lot
Every Wednesday
8am till finished
weather permitting.
Largest Antique Mall in Northeast WI
Siren Fire
Cheif car, $560. Dlr X
“Perfect Flame” power
gasoline & oil 5 gallon
can, $225. Dlr WRS
1950’s Hamm’s
1/2 barrel lights,
hard to find!
$500. Dlr HD1
Every First Monday of the Month 20% OFF, over $10 (90% dealer participation)
Hartland figures, $135-$525. Dlr BEA
1 Oz. proof US gold
bullion coin, $2,000.
Dlr SP
Myopia Club Beverages tin sign,
12” x 30”, $410. Dlr 56
Dealers Wanted of Estate Jewelry & Advertising Items
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~ Lots of Great Vintage Lighting ~
Antique Market I
Wrightstown
Antique Gallery
11 North 3rd Street
St. Charles, Illinois 60174
630-377-1868
Over 40 Years Experience
Celebrating
31 Years
In Business
Since 1982
Open 7 Days a week
10-5 pm
7142 Shanty Rd., Wrightstown WI
920-532-4308
OPEN: Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. 11am - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday by appointment or chance
wrightstownantiquegallery.com
River Street
Antique Company
Rockford’s high traffic mall
1500 East River Street ~ Merrill, WI 54452
riverstreetantiquecompany.com
715-536-7246
5411 E. State St., Rockford, IL 61108
“better than any shop
in London” quoted by
an English visitor
East State
Antique Mall
Appraisal Fair
October 26th
10-3pm
(1) Non parishable per item
to be appraised
Showcases & Booth Spaces Available
Open Friday thru Sunday 9-4
[email protected]
815-229-4004
Collectors of Illinois
EBERT ’ S
ANTIQUES
Pottery and Stoneware
30th Anniversary Convention
October 25 & 26, 2013
Manitowoc, Wisconsin
I-43 At Exit #152
7,000 Square Feet
4610 East State Street
Rockford, Illinois 61108
Stoney Creek Inn
Peoria, Illinois
920-682-0687
Open 7 Days A Week!
815-516-8100
vintagezone1.com
Open Tuesday through Saturday
10am - 7pm Daily
Free Trial Membership until
December 31, 2013
MC - VISA - Discover Accepted!
Contact: Susie Reicheneker
309-742-2011
A MILLION DOLLAR
Wide Selection of Antiques,
Vintage Items & Collectibles.
Includes furniture, jewelry,
glassware, silver, art.
We Buy & Accept Consignments
www.coips.org
INVENTORY!
*Open All Year*
Badger Marble Club
Show & Sale
October 20, 2013
Antique Handmade & Machine Made,
Contemporary & Marble Memorabilia
*Room Trading ~ Fri., Oct. 18 & Sat., Oct. 19
SHOW ON SUNDAY, OCT. 20 ~ 9-2
Public Welcome All 3 Days
Howard Johnsons
3841 E Washington Ave
Madison, WI • 608-244-2481
Reserve Now: Mention BMC
“A First Class Show”
“Great Event Facility”
ROOM TRADING
Many people miss some of the most informative and possibly most interesting aspects of a marble show.
A few days prior to the actual show, marble collectors and presenters exhibit their marbles in their
rooms. Many marbles are bought, sold and traded. You can really get to know marbles and collectors
during this time. Rooms will be open most of Friday afternoon, evening and all day Saturday. Just walk
up and down the halls and visit any room that is open, if you really want to know marbles. Attend Early,
it is a good time to buy, sell, trade or just get to know the collectors.
Sunday Show Admission: $2.00 • Children 12/under Free
Dealer/Show tables $25 per table (All dealers rooms together)
Table Reservations, Motel Info, Other Details Contact:
Bill Bass,Treas., 608-723-6138 • [email protected]
Jim Stephenson, Show Dir., 608-225-1226 • [email protected]
BMC Web Site: www.badgermarbleclub.com
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May 19 • June 16 • July 21
Aug. 18 • Sept. 15 • Oct. 20
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on’s
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Nueske’s
District No. 3 Antiques
715-253-4064 or
800-451-3838
Take a step back in time & visit
our beautifully restored
1882 schoolhouse.
HOURS: Mon. - Sat. 10-4
Located on Bus. Hwy. 29,
1 mile E. of Wittenberg, WI
Next to Nueske’s Company Store
COUNTRYSIDE
COLLECTORS CLASSIC
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Shabby Chic
cupboard,
$260.
SUN., OCTOBER 20 ~ 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Park Place of Countryside
6200 Joliet Rd., Countyside, IL
Adm: $6.00 • Kids 6-12 $2.00 • Preview Adm: 7:30 a.m. $20.00
Jim Welytok 262-366-1314 or www.uniqueeventsshows.com
The 115th Cedar Rapids Antique Show &
Collectors Fair Returns To Fairgrounds
The Fall Cedar Rapids Antique Show and
Collectors Fair will return to Hawkeye Downs October
11, 12 & 13. The show will be in the Main Exhibition
Building (just off I-380, Exit #17) located at 4400 6th
St SW, Cedar Rapids, IA. Hours of the Show: Friday
10 am - 6 pm; Saturday 10 am - 6 pm; Sunday 11 am 4 pm.
As always, the show will be brimming with a
wonderful selection of fine and unique antiques from
around the world. Come shop, collect and find that
special treasure to add to your collection or to decorate
your home, condo or apartment.
The Cedar Rapids Antique Show and
Collectors Fair has something for every collector from
beginning to advanced. It's exciting for the collector to
see wonderful antiques in every category from Civil
War, Historical, Political, Advertising, badges, coins,
banks, R S Prussia, fine porcelains, paintings, Moser,
jewelry, sterling silver matching, art glass, art pottery,
holiday collectibles, prints, collector's plates, furniture,
decorative antiques, carnival glass, Fenton Glass,
Cambridge, Royal Bayreuth, Royal Doulton, Nippon,
Pickard, hatpins, napkin rings, match safes, bookends,
door stops, paper, postcards, hunting, fishing, sports
memorabilia and much, much more.
If you are looking for something special to add
to your home décor or to your collection, you won't
want to miss this show. Come and check us out and
enjoy a day or a weekend of antiquing in Cedar Rapids,
IA and bring a friend or friends.
Admission is $6 and is good all weekend; mention this article and you will receive $1 off one admission. Hawkeye Downs offers plenty of FREE parking
to dealers and customers. Hawkeye Downs Concession
stand has good food and an eating area for everyone to
indulge. Dealers are able to drive in on the move in and
move out which greatly expedites setting up and tearing
down.
For exhibitor and show information, call 641832-2700 or cell # 507-269-1473. Check our website
at www.iridescenthouse.com and click on shows. If
you love antiques, you will not want to miss this show.
This booth from Gordon's Antiques from Grafton, WI
has wonderful merchandise ranging from Holiday to
art glass with a specialty in postcards. This booth
always amazes you with select and unique items.
Carol Hageness of Sunshine Treasures will have this
English 9 K hand carved turquoise and seed pearl
ear rings; Fabulous custom made brooch or pendant
in 14K & 18K w/6 ct opals & 2 ct diamonds.
Vine of Time Antiques from Fort Worth, Texas brings a
wide selection of Fenton Glass, Vaseline Glass, Czech
Glass, Majolica, Roseville pottery, perfume bottles,
patch boxes, butter pats, salt dips and more.
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Out & About
Show promoters have been informing me that their end of season
shows have been heavy with foot traffic and sales. There are still
many more shows ending their season, as well as other shows that
will be starting their season. Be sure to always check out our
upcoming events page. Auction’s sales have also been doing well.
Many auctioneer’s reporting traffic from outside the state.
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American!
October is “Breast Cancer Awareness” month. All of my children
do a charity event to raise money for the cause. Tia and Mekenzy just did a
color run in Green Bay, Wisconsin on the UW Green Bay campus. Both
Mekenzy and Brandon play hockey games that raise money for the cure.
Although there are other cancer events the kids do, this one is close to their heart.
When Out and About this weekend, be sure to check out:
62nd Annual Fall Wisconsin Antiques Dealers Association Antiques
Show & Sale on Friday, October 4th & Saturday, October 5th.
Located at Waukesha Expo Center in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
See upcoming events for more information.
Zurko Promotions Eagle River Antique Market on
Saturday, October 5th. Located downtown during “Cranberry Fest”
in Eagle River, Wisconsin. See upcoming events for more information.
Cedarburg Maxwell Street Days on Sunday, October 6th.
Located at the Cedarburg Fireman’s Park in Historic Cedarburg, Wisconsin.
See Upcoming Events for more information.
Indian Artifact Show on Sunday, October 6th.
Located at American Legion Hall in Yorkville, Illinois.
See Upcoming Events for more information.
Zurko Promotions Harvest Fest Flea Market & Car Show on
Sunday, October 6th. Located at Shawano County Fairgrounds
in Shawano, Wisconsin. See upcoming events for more information.
Mark your calendars for:
Cedar Rapids Antique Show & Sale on Friday, October 11th,
Saturday, October 12th & Sunday, October 13th. Located at Hawkeye Fairgrounds
in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. See upcoming events for more information.
Altrusa Doll, Toy & Antique Show & Sale on Saturday, October 12th. Located at
St. Matthews in Wausau, Wisconsin. See upcoming events for more information.
Zurko Promotions Grayslake Antique & Collectible Market on Saturday,
October 12th & Sunday, October 13th. Located at Lake County Fairgrounds in
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Grayslake, Illinois. See upcoming events for more information.
Sunday at Sandwich Antiques Show on Sunday, October 13th.
Located at Historic Sandwich Fairgrounds in Sandwich, Illinois.
See upcoming events for more information.
Employee
Renee
Linke’s niece Abby
joined the middle
school volleyball team
this year. She’s doing
really well & she loves
to play. She’s very tall,
so she loves to spike
the ball just like her
dad!
Nephew Zach got glasses before school
started this year. Aunt Renee thinks he
looks like such a handsome young man!!
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Covering Events from October 16th on.
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Covering Events from October 23rd on.
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The 53rd Annual Eagle River Antiques Show & Sale:
Wisconsin’s Original Northwoods Show
Article & Photos by Brian Maloney
The little town of Eagle River, Wisconsin has a population of only fifteen-hundred, but is known far and wide for some big-time events. The
World Championship Snowmobile Derby, for instance, is easily the
nation’s largest. Summer brings gigantic fishing tournaments, and soon
after that the popular Cranberry Fest. You may not know that Eagle River
is also host to the Northwood’s oldest antiques event - the Eagle River
Rotary Club/NWADA Antique Show. Now in its 53rd year, the event has
for generations been an integral part of this venerable vacationland’s
summer season.
Eagle River, one of Wisconsin’s premier vacation destinations, has been
a popular place for a long, long time. Located where the Chain O’ Lakes
meet the Wisconsin River, the Eagle River area is the site of northern
Wisconsin’s oldest known Native American settlement, dating back several thousand years. Today, the town is a year ’round tourist destination.
Many vacationers come for the some of the finest fishing and boating
to be found anywhere, but the big event of the year has to be the granddaddy of all snowmobile races: the Eagle River World Championship
Snowmobile Derby. This winter, it takes place on January 16th through
the 19th of 2014. Check out their website www.derbytrack.com for more
information. The 50-year-old race regularly brings in more than 30,000
race fans, swelling the town’s population to over 20 times its normal size!
A crowd was gathered at that very same Eagle River Derby Racetrack
this August 2nd & 3rd, for the track has also been the longtime home for
Eagle River Rotary Club/NWADA Antiques Show. The facility is a great
venue for the show. Located just north of Eagle River on Highway 45,
the site is hard-to-miss, with plenty of free parking.
The Northern Wisconsin Antique Dealers Association’s Joan Walters,
along with husband Jim, organizes the dealers for the event. The association’s members all live in the northern half of the Badger State.
Perennial Antiques is one of those NWADA members. They always
bring a wide array of period furnishings and more, often with a
Northwoods feel. This year, shoppers found some nice hickory furniture
there, plus an exceptionally ornate folk art wood & shingle birdhouse asking price $250. More rustic treasures awaited at J & L Antiques, who
specializes in American country painted furniture & primitives of all
sorts.
Things couldn’t have looked more different at the nearby Sandra AnnTiques. You’ll always find a good selection of original Maxfield Parrish
pieces there, plus gems like a Royal Worcester presentation demitasse
set. A just-acquired Pairpoint epergne took center-stage there this year
though, with a cherub and grapes motif and sporting twin Mt.
Washington glass bowls. There’s something here for most every taste,
from the vintage Bakelite jewelry at Time’s Treasures to some choice
Civil War-era firearms at Yankee Collector.
Unique finds like these have kept shoppers coming back to the Eagle
Rotary Club/NWADA Antique Show since 1961. Of course, there
are plenty of other reasons to visit beautiful Eagle River,
Wisconsin. It may be best known as “The Snowmobile
Capitol of the World,” but it’s a great place to visit any time
of the year. Eagle River offers some of the best fishing and
boating in the state, plus award winning lodging, dining, and
much more.
The Eagle River Rotary Club/NWADA Antiques Show is a great excuse
to make the short trip up to one of Wisconsin’s best getaway spots,
whether it’s just for the weekend, or for a full-blown family summer
vacation. You’ll find all the details at www.eagleriver.org. For more
information about the show, give show organizer Joan Walters a call at
920-533-8731. And as always, keep an eye out for listings of next year’s
Eagle River Rotary Club/NWADA Antiques Show in the Auction Action
Antique News!
Primitives are always the focus
at J & L Antiques, with offerings
like this painted pine dry sink
with cubby drawers and pump
shelf - $495. The wooden bakers
peel atop it was priced at $135.
608-249-3796
Two funky industrial design
finds at Traditions: the twodrawer steel table priced at
$295, the steel & glass medical supply cabinet at $495.
715-571-4548
I found this 22” x 27” primitive pine
parts cabinet at J & L Antiques, asking
price $265. 608-249-3796
LeAnna Swiggum of J & L
Antiques was the first
exhibitor you encountered
as you entered the Eagle
River Derby Track Hall,
bringing finds including
this scrubbed-top pine table
($220) topped by a tiny folk
art log cabin model $95. 608-249-3796
Brass
Candlestick
Antiques is
best known for
its period brassware but brought
much more, from
some exceptional bird-themed wooden springerle
molds ($145 and $168) to early figured maple
rolling pins starting from $58. 920-478-3223
Elegant lines to this early
20th century Swedish copper
coffee service from Brass
Candlestick Antiques,
asking price $136.
920-478-3223
Two standouts from Attic
Treasures: the 16” Art Nouveau pyrography
charger priced at $65, the framed Southern
Pacific Railroad photograph of Mt. Shasta
(24” x 45”) at 165. 715-675-3738
Continued on page 8
Attic Treasures brought, and quickly
sold for $225, this 19th century
It’s not the biggest antiques show around, but
miniature mahogany chest with
the NWADA Eagle River Rotary Club Antique
marble top. 715-675-3738
Show & Sale is one of the most popular &
best-attended, and celebrated its 53rd anniversary this season!
From The Calamity House an
Arts & Crafts smoking stand
from Lakeside Crafters
($345) topped by a caramel
slag glass table lamp - $565.
920-533-8731
Rare matched pair of Mount
Washington/1893 Columbian Exposition
salt & pepper shakers, from Antiques at
Gordon’s - $300. 262-377-4313
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Perennial Antiques display was filled with
rustic & lodge furnishings, like this matched
pair of hickory rockers ($795) and wicker &
wood magazine table - $250. 715-277-3043
From sporting specialist For the Shelf,
a circa 1930s relief-carved plaque with
a duck hunting theme, price tag $350.
414-688-3606
Take your pick from this stack of old
wooden banana boxes (including a
Spicuzza Banana Company,
Milwaukee example) for only $175.
920-533-8731
I found this early
Wisconsin blinddoor stepback cupboard at The
Calamity House, in
a great old blue finish & priced at
$1,295. 920-533-8731
From Sandra Ann-Tiques, a
From Somerville’s
stunning Pairpoint silver-plate
Antiques, a circa-1920s
epergne with double glass bowls
Canada goose decoy
attributed to Mount Washington,
from the Mid-Atlantic
with a cherubs & grapevines
region - $475.
motif pictured in their 1894
262-348-0157
catalog. 715-229-2628
Two complete-with-box Hubley
Kiddie Toy die cast trucks from Out
on the Farm Antiques: the Tow
Truck priced at $185, the Fire
Engine at $170. 920-294-3068
Take your pick of these two colorful Waukesha, Wisconsin
early ginger ale bottles from
Lee Bernard Antiques for $25.
262-677-2789
From Whirligig
Antiques, a pristine
circa 1910 Pahnenberg
Cavanaugh dress-form
on wheels, asking price
$315. 262-275-3801
From Antiques
at Gordon’s, a
Schafer &
Vater “Prosit”
figural porcelain nipper,
asking price
$175. 262377-4313
Framed vintage pillow top made from
cigar silks including many Native
American warrior images, from Lee
Bernard Antiques - $75. 262-677-2789
My porcelain favorite
at Sandra AnnTiques: this lovely
Royal Worcester
demitasse service in
its original presentation box, price
tag $695.
715-229-2628
Two fine
framed Maxfield
Parrish pieces
from Sandra AnnTiques: the mint &
unused 1929
Golden Hours calendar priced at
$1,195, the “The
Path to Home” at
$245. 715-229-2628
Continued from pages 6 & 7
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Restored furniture
standouts at Second
Chance
Antiques included
this oak Robbins dining table that
extends to 10’
long with
self-storing
leaves $2,535. 920-849-9241
Sunshine Treasures came with their usual excellent inventory of period fine jewelry, with rings including this Art Deco
diamond & onyx example ($495) and colored diamond ring
with 1.1 carat aqua center stone - $3,850. 414-463-1796
Another fine Civil War
firearm from Yankee Collector, this
a Colt Martial 1851 Navy revolver with
Hartford address on the barrel - $2,750.
708-786-8630
Two unusual Civil Warera revolvers from Yankee
Collector: the French Lefaucheux
pinfire example priced at $650, the
Manhattan Firearms revolver at
$1,550. 708-786-8630
I found this massive 12
drawer oak spool cabinet
at Second Chance
Antiques, nicely restored
and priced at $2,295.
920-849-9241
Shoppers could peruse country & primitive
pieces from near & far at Gwen S. LeFevre
Antiques, from a set of four graduated New
England bentwood grain measures ($279) to
a post-WWII Philippine “takaan,” a wooden
papier-mâché mold – this one in the form of
a violin and priced at $195. 715-442-2086
Sunday at Sandwich
Antiques Celebrates Its
2013 Season
The Sunday at Sandwich Antiques Show will end its successful season on
October 13 at the historic Sandwich Fairgrounds, Sandwich, Illinois. Fall is the perfect time to attend this antiques and collectibles market, with cool days, fall colors
and leaves on the ground. Blue Antiques Productions is anticipating a large turnout
of returning exhibitors plus a surge of new dealers wanting to join this successful
event. To celebrate their successful season, the Blue Antiques Team with be passing
out "Sandwich Bucks" coupons to some lucky visitors who can redeem them at both
food and merchandise vendors.
As a way to further celebrate the harvest season, Blue Antiques Productions
is encouraging visitors to bring a few non-perishable food items to donate the local
Sandwich food banks. Volunteers from Harvest Chapel and Cornerstone Church
will be on hand to accept donations. (Not required, just share if you can.)
Sunday at Sandwich Antiques Show admission remains at $5.00, 12 & under
free. Parking is free and food is available. Visit http://www.sundayatsandwichantiques.com/.
An impressive array of period Bakelite and
Catalin fashion jewelry awaited at Time’s treasures, including this racehorse-themed pin
($290) and carved green brooch - $177.50.
608-617-7066
The Annual “Park” Holiday
Antique Show & Sale
The annual Wausau "Park" Antique Show & Sale is held on Nov. 9th & 10th
at the historic Marathon Park in the East Gate Hall, 1201 Stewart Ave., Wausau, WI.
The Show Hours are Sat. 9-5pm. & Sun. 10-4pm. There are 35 select booths including Crystal & China Repair on site & Clock Restoration. Spend the day finding your
treasure or maybe a priceless memory, or learn how our forefathers lived & the history surrounding them.
Step through the doors and step back in time! This sale features antiques &
collectables from 1870 to 1970 including a variety of quality furniture, rare primitives, Art originals, Native American articles, jewelry, pottery, sports, tools, metal
ware, early paper, Majolica, stoneware, advertising & sewing items, flatware, toys,
trunks, textiles, elegant glassware, Victorian china, Folk Art, dairy articles, vintage
holiday items and more!
This will be a wonderful opportunity to shop for your personal collection or for the
holidays.
A lucky person wins a $50.00 gift certificate, so be sure to sign up. There is
Free Parking. The Humane Society of Marathon County will sell delicious sandwiches & chile to benefit their many good works for the shelter. The admission is
$4.50 good for both days & 16-under is Free. From the North, South & East you
take Exit 192 off of Hwy. 39/51 and go 1/2 mile East to the park and you are there.
From the West take E29 to Hwy. 52 (Stewart Ave) Further information may be
obtained by calling 715-355-5144, Audre' or Ray Hanson, AR Promotions.
www.antiqueshowsinwis.com
Rich Penn Presents a Three Day Collector Feast!
Autumn is a favorite time of year for many. The Midwest countryside
starts to put on it’s crimson red & orange wardrobe and
kitchens begin to take on the aroma of the traditional
Thanksgiving feast for family & friends.
The Rich Penn Auction Event on Nov. 1, 2 & 3 will be a feast in it’s own right.
Several lifetimes of collecting will come to to the Iowa State Fairgrounds in
Des Moines, IA for a “Mammoth 3-Day Collector Feast.” Full of delicious
collector delights like the Billiard Collection of the late Steve Keesey of PA,
the Coca-Cola collection of the late Chuck Hardy, the Country Store collection of Alabama collectors Larry & Cathy Woodruff, the
Black Americana collection of Greg & Anne Rosenak,
the fabulous Petroliana collection of John Zimmer
and much, much more will all be offered. All without
reserve!
According to Penn, “This auction will be packed
from beginning to end with one of the most diversified
offerings we’ve ever had the privilege to sell. I have no doubt
that our collector friends will find this one of the most fun auctions we’ve ever held.” With over 2,000 lots, bidders will have
many exciting choices. Country store collectors will be offered
display cases and cabinets, signs, several seed counters, apothecary pieces, barbershop items, spool cabinets, coin-operated
machines and hundreds of soda signs.
It’s only appropriate at a Thanksgiving Feast that there are
offerings from Native Americans and something that’s quintessentially American. Collectors will find both. A very early Native American Zia
pot, c.1900, and a decorated bow with original sinew are offered. Several
Winchester Model 73 carbines will be included as well. And what’s a feast without
adequate “spirits?” The W. H. Holmes Rye Whiskey & Wines 5 gallon jug, from Jas’
Hamilton Pottery that’s decorated with a majestic eagle certainly makes a strong
statement at any festive table!
Beginning with Friday’s session, bidders will find a wide variety of classic restored
furniture and lighting. Two dental cabinets, even a salesman’s sample dental chair
and a fabulous oak hall tree with original brass hardware will highlight the session.
But lighting will provide the sparkle. Some are beautifully restored and converted for
electricity but for the purest & there are fixtures and lanterns in their original condition. Stacking bookcases are always popular and collectors
will have several choices. To round out furnishing the
house, there are bedroom & dining room pieces, chairs, love
seats, paintings and even record players.
The last Rich Penn Auction Event awoke a number of new billiard collectors and they’ve asked for more. The late Steve Keesey’s
collection will offer that opportunity. Keesey collected the more unusual.
From prints, rare ball racks and locking cue racks, to a one-of-a-kind beautiful
commemorative plate given by legendary billiard champion Alfredo de Oro to his
friend George Sonneborn, the Keesey collection has dozens of appealing small
items. But if you’re looking for big things, like a table, two of those will be offered
as well. Among the finest original condition Brunswick tables you’ll ever find, the
c.1910 “Alexandria” table doesn’t look like it was ever played on. Coming from a
mansion in Hanover, PA.....the table, in rare Circassian Walnut with Black Holly and
pearl inlay, has it’s original surface, original pockets, the original condition matching score keeper, ball rack and cue rack. All Brunswick-BalkeCollender-Co. Only the felt and cushions have been
replaced. The table and accompanying pieces all look
immaculate.
For those that like smaller table games, a number of
early examples will be offered with the variety of toys
in the auction. Parker Brothers “The New Bicycle” and
Milton Bradley’s “Merry Christmas” are included.
Black Americana collectors will have the opportunity
to bid on two early, c.1890’s Parker Brothers puzzles,
“The Darktown Fire Brigade” and “The Darktown
Fancy Ball.” Other great toys include tin wind-ups, tin
litho Country Store sets and litho on wood toys like the mint
“Paul's’ Soap Circus.” Cast iron fans will appreciate classics like
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the “City of New York” side wheeler and the “Landing of
Columbus” bell toy.
Many of today’s collectors are in search of the more unusual advertising and
Country Store pieces. This auction will present a number of those kinds of items.
A salesman’s sample Dentist chair with carrying case is being sold. A rare
Canada Dry glass top soda cooler is offered as is a beautifully restored Orange
Crush iced soda cooler. Two die-cut metal Rx Drug Store signs with restored
neon will be available to brighten any advanced Drug Store collection.
Among the wide variety of Black Americana being offered are very early advertising pieces for Golliwogs, Gold Dust and Aunt Jemima. For primitive collectors there are even whirligigs. But for the Black Americana toy collector...there’s a huge variety. Some of the favorites are Amos & Andy character pieces, other windup toys like; “Dapper Dan Coon Jigger,”
“Charleston Trio,””Spic Coon Drummer” and the classic
“Fresh Air Taxicab” with “Amos” the wind-up driver.
Also offered are mechanical banks, games and novelty
pieces. This genre’ has become increasingly popular and collectors will have the opportunity to bid on many very rare items.
Chuck Hardy was well known among the Coca-Cola collector community, nationally and throughout Iowa. “Sharon and I met
Chuck and Ione many years ago....as we all tramped through an outdoor flea market in Southern, IA.” said Rich Penn. “Chuck had a
sixth sense for Coca-Cola red and he could spot it halfway across
the county. He was a gentleman and a good friend. The collecting community will miss him.” Hardy liked anything that was
Coca-Cola. His collection included very early pieces, like a pristine 1901 calendar, to the rare war year life size die cut stand-ups
and airplane festoons up to contemporary pieces. Collectors at every
level should be able to find something from his collection.
Soda fountain items are always well represented at a Rich Penn
Auction Event. This auction will be true to form. Well over a hundred soda signs will be offered. In addition there will be over 20 syrup dispensers
including the Ward’s Orange, Lemon and Lime Crushes. Ice cream collectors will
appreciate the opportunity to bid on cone dispensers, straw holders and a rare Heart
Shaped ice cream dipper.
Sunday’s session will include the first installment of the John Zimmer Petroliana
Collection. John has collected for 60 years and his collection is extensive.
Among the highlights are two restored Model T Fords, an
original condition 1941 Ford Deluxe Sedan Delivery and two
rare “Survivor” motorcycles; a 1917 Harley Davidson V-twin
and a 1913 Sears V-Twin. Gasoline signs, displays, pumps,
globes, new old stock parts and even a rare cast iron Case Eagle will
all be offered on Sunday.
Sunday’s session will also include a number of breweriana pieces.
Among them are early Anheuser Busch pieces; the Budweiser Girl in signed original frame and a very rare round Anheuser Busch reverse painted light-up sign.
While this piece is in need of restoration...it’s rarity should still generate strong interest. The more contemporary breweriana collector will be offered a variety of newer
neon signs, still in the box.
Penn concluded, “This auction will be three very full days. With over 2,000 lots,
our crowd will have great things coming at them from start to finish. This is definitely an auction you won’t want to miss. Come
early and be ready to be a part of the feast!”
As with all Rich Penn Auctions there will be three full
days of live bidding on site in addition to online bidding through Proxibid and LiveAuctioneers. Absentee
and phone bidding is always welcome. Auction
preview will be on Thursday Oct. 31 from 2:00
pm - 6:00 pm and from 8:00 am to auction start
each day. Full color catalogs will be available
for $40, including post auction prices realized.
Just contact Rich Penn Auctions at 319-291-6688.
For addition information contact Rich Penn Auctions
at 319-291-6688 between 9 AM & 5 PM CST, M-F.
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AUCTION
ESTATE of LANCE NADLER & LIVING ESTATE
of VERENA NADLER - 50 Year Collection
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 - 10:00 A.M. SHARP
HEAVY RAIN DATE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 11:00 A.M.
Mike & Deb Cady Auctioneers,
319-364-4143 [email protected]
www.cadyauction.com
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES AUCTION
At The CADY AUCTION GALLERY - 833 SHAVER ROAD NE, CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
LOCATION: 556 Spring Street, City of Chilton, WI
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 - 10:00 A.M.
Reg. German Spice Set, Set of China for 12, Nippon Chocolate Set, Cranberry Glass, Carnival Glass,
Depression Glass, Watts Ware, RS Prussia, Norwood Carnival Glass, Lefton Pieces, Luster Ware Tea
Set, Capodimonte Vases, Goebel Advertising Pieces, Old Commode, Hanky Dresser, Oak Night
Stand, Side by Side Secretary, Satsuma Pieces, East Lake Mirror, Old 50’s Kitchen Table & Chairs,
Old Christmas Decorations, Hull Vases, Nippon Plates, Toys, Lots Of Glassware, Crystal, Amber
Glass, Fancy Old Lamps, Westmoreland, Green Glass, Red Ruby, Old Butter Dishes, Old Oil Lamps,
Jugs & Crocks, Beer Mirrors, Fenton Glass, Amber Depression, Austria, Shirley Temple, Painted
Bowls & Plates, Old Plant Stands, 1921 State Fair Glass, Satsuma Bottles, Blue Crystal, Rosette
Pattern, Hummels & Plates, Chicken Bowls, Decanters w/Glasses Drum Table, Lots of Nippon
Pieces, Satin Glass, McCoy, Geisha Girls, Ginger Jars, Beer Glasses, Japanese Shelf, Salt and Pepper
Shakers, Old Planters, Cup & Saucer Sets, Bronze Horse & Dog, Cookie Jars, Pitcher & Bowl Sets,
Old Pictures, Oak Drop Front Desk, Birman, Butter Presses, Spongeware, Old Lunch Boxes, Wood
Keg, Wicker Baskets, Knick Knacks, Copper Pieces, Old Coca-Cola Cooler, Old Wall Telephone,
Wicker Kid’s Rocker, 5 Cross Cut Saws, Mustache Cups, Old Bushel Baskets, Duncan Pfyfe Table
w/6 Chairs, Etc., 8hp Snap-On Snow Blower, 10” Craftsman Table Saw, Sleigh, Garden Tools,
Power Hand Tools, 2 Daisy BB Guns, Patio Furniture, Glider, Push Mower, Jardinieres, Record
Player, 78-45-33 Records, Collector Plates, Curio Cabinet, Bike, Craftsman Push Mower, Misc.
Tools, Misc. Hardware, Bird Feeders, Fish Equipment, Lots of other fine Items.
TERMS: Cash or Good Check W/ID, MC or Visa W/4% Convenience Fee. Number System used.
Lunch by Linda.
Previews: Fri. 10/11, 12:00 Noon-4:00 P.M. & SAT., 10/12, doors open at 8:30 A.M.
Featured Items: 2005 titled 1975 Ford Ranger converted Monster Truck, 1984 1/2 Pontiac Fiero
2M4. J.E. Stevens Magic Bank & Creedmoor Bank,
Pillin Pottery Plaque, Audubon Prints, Burlington VT
crock, Marilyn Monroe 1955 calendar, Excelsior
Designs Italian Palisander Desk, ca. 1890 Ambulance
Basket. Jackie Robinson signed “Wait Till Next
Year” book. Plus: 60+ Dolls, 60+ clocks, 1948
George Petty pinup calendar, Sterling flatware, Carnival glass, 1865 Parianware plaque, Redlin
Print, Hohner Accordion, orig. 1957 Corvette Operators manual, Lilley fraternal society trunk, 35+
Lorgnettes, China cabinet + more.
Complete information available on our website: Printable catalog with photos &descriptions,Terms
and Conditions, Link to online bidding via Proxibid.
Absentee & phone bids also accepted.
www.cadyauction.com
Watch our website for details on our upcoming auctions.
Specializing in Quality consignments: Estates,
Collections or 1 item.
Antiques & Collectibles, Firearms, Military, Vehicles.
Call for more info 319-364-4143
THIEL & THIEL AUCTION SERVICE
Chilton • 920-849-2222
In the Auction & Real Estate Business FULL TIME since 1919
Jerry Thiel & Kendall Thiel, Registered Wisconsin Auctioneers: #291 & #724
www.thielrealestate.com
23 W. Main Street, Chilton, WI 53014
ESTATE AUCTION
Location: W5498 State Hwy. 22, Shawano, WI 54166 • Lunch on Grounds!
&
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 - 9:00 A.M. SHARP!
Directions: Hwy. 29 to Shawano, Exit 227 north to State Hwy. 22, then east on Hwy. 22 to Auction Site.
Single Snowmobile Trailer • Boatlift • Chest Freezer • Gas Stove • Depression & Vaseline Glass • Cranberry
& Milk Glass • Spoon Collection • Dining Table w/4 Chairs and Hutch • Currier & Ives Dishes • Player Piano
with 100's of Rolls • Claw Foot Piano Stool • Ingrams Mantle Clock • Cuckoo Clock • Tall Oak & Glass
Display Cabinet • Entertainment Center • Universal Accordian • Pepsi Cola Plane • Tin Windup Bird on Trike
• Serpentine Front Dresser Waterfall Bed & Dresser • Child’s Bow Back • 10 Pt. Deer Head Mount • 5 Gal.
Red Wing Crock • Wheelbarrow • Forge • Scrap Iron • Dress Form • Butter Churn, Cover, and Stamper •
Pyrex • East Lake Parlor Table • Plant Stands • Blanket Chest • Wall Coffee Grinder • (3) 14' Aluminum Boats
• Air Compressor • Tackle Boxes and Tackle • Rods & Reels • Jointer • Air Compressor • Shop Vac • Paddles
& Oars • 1926 Model T (project) • Jiffy Ice Auger 10" • Columbian 8" Vise • Reel Mower • Simplicity Riding
Mower • Wood Wagon & Steel Wheels • Camp Stoves • Honda S90 Motor Bike • 8 Hp Ariens Snow Blower
• Wood Carpenters Chest w/Tools • Power Washer • Cole's Parlor Stove • 1 Ton Block & Tackle • Remington
14" Chain Saw • Fuel Oil Burner • New Tarps • Power Craft Stick Welder • Kraut Cutter • Portable Ice Shack
• Planner • 1/2" Drill • Radial Arm Saw • Belsaulo Planner • Battery Charger • Jointer • Calcut 14" Band
Saw • Craftsman Floor Drill Press • Anvil • Forge • 4 1/2” Metal Cutoff Saw • Craftsman Tool Chest & Lathe
• 5 Hp Craftsman Generator "2400 watt" • 7 Kerosene Lanterns • 10' Wood Skiff • 3 Crosscut Saws • Ice
saw • 2 Snow Sleds • Wood Stove • Old Outboards, Sears 5 Hp, Old Hand Crank Ted Williams 4 Hp, Johnson
5 Hp, Commands 4 Hp, Golden Jet 5 Hp, Johnson 1536-375 Hp • Chain Saws: Old McCulloch, Super 440,
Mini Mac • Scott Boat Motor 37 1/2 Hp • 2 Plywood Cut Outs of boy, girl and dog • Sand Blaster • Torpedo
Heater • Allis Chalmers WD w/Scoop Bucket • Ski Doo Olympique 335 Snowmobile • Cement Mixer •
Small Jointer • John Deer 440 Cat • Schramm Power Washer • Piles of Stone • 3 Piles of Lumber • 3 Rolls
Snow Fence • Iron Scrap Piles • Int. 454 Tractor w/1850 Loader • Wilderness 30' 5th Wheel Camper •
Snowmobile Helmets • 4 gal. Red Wing Crock • Cast Iron Fry Pans • Barbie Doll Camper, Bus, Etc. New in
Box • Lionel Train Set • Silver Plates • Old pictures and Frames • Viking Sewing Machine • Remo Weather
King 5 String Banjo • GE Side by Side Refrigerator-Freezer • Metal Lathe • Ice Tongs • Victor Muskrat Traps
• Car Ramps • Charlie McCarthy Doll • Marx Frankenstein Robot • National Robot • Milwaukee Brewers
Pennant • Knitting Yarn • Xmas Items • Gear Heart Knitting Machine • American Airline 727 Model Battery
Powered • Chein Globe Bank • Wooden Duck Calls • Metal Deer Tags • 1999 Buick 3800 V6 LaSabre All
Power • 4 Walk Behind Garden Tractors David Bradley (2 for Parts) • 1985 Ford Lariat F150 Pickup 4x4 •
Arminies 22 Cal. 9 Shot Revolver #706506 • Western Herters Dbl. Barrel Derringer 22 Cal. #24988 • 3
Holsters • Marlin Mod. 989 22 Cal. Auto • US Eddy Stone Mod. 1917 30-06 #788911 • Mossberg Mod. 30
20 Ga. Single Shot • JC Higgins 20 Ga. Bolt • Winchester Mod. 1906 22 Cal. Short Pump Gallery Gun
#58921 • Westerns Field Deluxe Mod. 60 12 Ga. Pump • Remington Mod. 81 Woods Master 35 Cal. #28187.
Auctioneer Note: We have just begun unpacking, we still have 3 buildings to go through. Watch website for updates. TERMS: Cash, GOOD Check, Visa Master Card w/4% Courtesy Fee.
Sale Clerked & Conducted By:
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L.L.C .
www.alangeauctionrealty.com
Estate of Richard Mayer
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 - 10:00 A.M.
715 5th STREET, WAUSAU, WI
Directions: Downtown Wausau on the one way 5th St., Next to churches, Grand Theatre, Courthouse ETC.
Real Estate, Antiques, Collectibles, Household.
Auctioneer’s Notes, Mr. Mayer was the owner of the Mayer shoe store. He was involved in many organizations. He collected many ornate, one of a kind items in his travels and received many gifts from his friends,
This will be a sale you don't want to miss. Tent if needed, Lunch, Terms Cash, Checks, Credit cards.
Real Estate: A large 3 bedroom home with basement and closed in back yard (like a park), Kitchen 17x8,
Dining room 14x11, Great room 30x12, Family room 14x12, Main floor bed
room 14x12, Master bedroom 24x14, w/1/2 bath, Nursery 12x7, Bedroom
14x11, Study 14x8, Area between house and garage 30x11, Garage 22x20,
Storage behind Garage 20x12, 200 Amp service, Newer furnace & hot water
heater, The property will be offered for sale at noon. The property will be sold
with sellers confirmation. $5,000.00 earnest money down day of sale and
closing in thirty days. If buyer cannot close on the sale, the back up bidder
will be offered the property and the earnest money is nonrefundable.
Antiques & Collectibles: Burgundy couch and chair, Stuffed chairs, Arm chairs, End table, Collection of
military toys, Chandeliers, Many clocks including 2 cuckoo clocks, Cherubs,
Sliver items, Lamps, Ornate mirrors, Hutch with mirror, Figurines, Record
player, Many Lamps: figurine, marble, floor and desk styles, Record cabinet,
Desks, End and coffee tables, Globe, Microwave, Glass top table, Many painting on canvas, Waterfall style highboy, Figurines, French style tables, Glass elephants, Clothes cabinet, Cedar chest, Hats and hat boxes, Records, Army Clothing
and other items, Ration stamps, Acrosonic Piano, Speakers, Marbles, Wood carved and other figurines, Brass
horse, Old pictures, French Kidney style desk & chair, Ornate Bedroom set (American Furniture Co.
Romweber Industries), Picture enlarger, Glass top table, Bull horns, Table and chair sets, Kitchen full of
kitchen ware, Fancy dishes, Plates, Dishwasher, Nesco roaster, Stem ware, Lager Beer tray and others,
Balance scale, Many cameras and related items, Packer clothes and gloves, Doilies, Smoking jacket,
Jewelry, Celluloid dresser set, Large mirror, Speakers and recording machines, Microscope Cookbooks and
others, Wood TV tables, Left handed golf clubs, Viewmaster, Shoe seat, Scale, Gun cabinet, Ashtrays,
Christmas items, Purses, Many pair of shoes, Jungers stove, Painted chairs, Lawn mowers, Hand tools,
Saddle ?Camel, This is only a partial list of all the items in the home, I have about 250 pictures on the website if you can get to a computer, Its worth looking at, See you there.
HOMETOWN REAL ESTATE & AUCTION CO., INC.
404 S. Main Street, Shawano, WI 54166 • 715-526-6661
Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer, Clayton McHugh #66
Website: www.htrealestate.com for photos. Email: [email protected]
L
Lange
FOR ARCHIE AND VERA SCHRODER
VEHICLES - GUNS - ANTIQUES - BOAT - MOTOR
LANGE AUCTION & REALTY, LLC
LUNCH AVAILABLE
8937 CTH. FF • MERRILL, WI. 54452
TERMS: Cash, Good
Check or Credit Card
Website: www.alangeauctionrealty.com
715-536-7653 or 715-574-2258
Registered Wisconsin
Auctioneer: #230
COL. ARNOLD H.
LANGE
Manager and Broker
Announcements day of sale take precedence over printed material. Not responsible for loss, errors or accidents.
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920-621-4834
ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE AUCTION
Mrs. Bruce “Pat” Dillman
33791 County Rd. K & North Main St., Prairie Du Chein, WI
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 - 9:30 A.M.
Fantastic Offering of Antiques & Collectibles
Fancy Sideboards, Cylinder Roll Secretaries, China Cabinets, Cupboards, Marble Top Dressers,
Fancy Hall Tree, Large Hall Seat, Secretaries, Tables, Princess Dresser, Benches, Tables, Chairs,
Display Cabinets, Wall Jeweler & Regulator Clocks & Others, Ansonia Grandfather Clock,
Bookcases, High Back Beds, Brass Beds, 3 Piece Oak Bedroom Set, ShowCases, Post Office Unit,
National Cash Register w/Wood Stand & Drawers, Linderman & Sons Baby Grand Player PianoNeeds TLC, Library Table, Brass Railings, Mission Doors, Ice Box, Copper Wash Machine, Wire
Plant Stands, Primitive Work Bench, Cutter Sleigh, 2 Vintage Slot Machines, No. 20 School Bell,
DeLaval Gas Engine on Cart, Scales, Early Spring Horse, Hanging Lamps & Other Lamps, 2
Carnival Punch Bowls & Cups, Misc. Glassware & Small Collectibles.
This is just a partial listing visit our website at www.sweeneyauctionservice.com for pictures and
complete listing.
SWEENEY AUCTION SERVICE - WAUKON, IA
Jeff L. & Jodi L. Sweeney Auctioneers - 563-568-2464 • [email protected]
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 - 9:30 A.M.
Dorshorst Auction Bldg. - 113 N. Main St. (Hwy. 73), Deerfield, WI
Just 15 minutes from Madison, WI - Food by Deerfield Community Center
Pictures of many items at www.dorshorstauctions.com
50 prints- (sell at 12:30) 20 framed, 30 shrink wrapped–wildlife, Packers, landscapes,
more–Redlin, Glazier, Barnhouse, Gromme, Peterson, others; 7 pcs. Roseville pottery; HummelsTM345; hand built doll house; BoyeMaco curtain store fixture; metal glider bench w/2 small tables;
Lane cedar chest; many postcards; wicker furniture w/cushions: sofa, chair, end tables; older Fisher
Price toys; die cast Hallmark pedal Kiddie Classic car; Peanuts Hallmark collectibles; many Care
Bears; Hall teapots, pitchers, casseroles; 64 ea. crazy quilt squares; Ace Hardware die cast vehiclesorig. boxes; Cadillac die cast cars; Barbie Corvette & Barbies-1980’s; Coca-Cola collectibles;
50,000 BTU torpedo kero. heater; 2500 PSI power washer w/Briggs & Stratton gas engine-on
wheels; 17” Homelite gas hedge trimmer; Milwaukee HD elec. drill w/case; Porter Cable narrow
crown stapler; Porter Cable 4”x24” belt sander; Dremel Multi-Pro drill/sander/grinder; B&D Mouse
sander; DeWalt 18v circular saw; 18v power drill-cordless w/case; other tools; yard & garden; pond
pump-450 gal./hr.-10’ lift-25’ cord; pond pump-1250 gal./hr.-21’ lift-25’ cord; 8’x10’ pond liner
w/butterfly house-20ml; Casio keyboard; MUCH, MUCH MORE!! Terms: Cash or check w/positive picture ID. Everything settled for day of sale. 5.5% sales tax applies. No buyer’s fee.
Marv Dorshorst, Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #344
1078 Nesheim Road, Deerfield, WI 53531 - 608-764-8233 or 608-628-1631
[email protected]
ESTATE AUCTION
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 2013-10:00 A.M.
315 WEST FRONT STREET, PESTIGO, WI
PARTIAL LISTING: 1981 CADILLAC COUPE, Ariens snowblower, VINTAGE TOYS including
1957 United Manufacturing Company wooden bowling game, VINTAGE FURNITURE including
bright teal velvet couch, round red velvet bed, waterfall vanity, Mid Century Modern dining room table
w/chairs, lighted curio cabinet, child size secretary, 45 RPM & 33 LP RECORDS, local interest collectibles, 100’S OF NEW IN THE BOX MERCHANDISE-DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
including holiday items/NFL/Coca-Cola/Harley Davidson, men’s jewelry including pocket
watches/swank/rings/belt buckles/more, ELVIS/MARILYN MONROE/JAMES DEAN/OTHER
COLLECTIBLES, Wurlitzer Americana III jukebox, Packer collectibles, MANY GARDEN ITEMS
including cement lawn ornaments, many men’s leather jackets, general household, full size pool table,
Breweriana including beer signs/Hamm’s Styrofoam bear, MUCH MORE!
FUN AUCTION! “ELVIS” WILL BE SERENADING THE CROWD! IF YOU LIKE ELVIS,
YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS AUCTION!
TERMS/CONDITIONS: Cash, good check with a picture ID, Visa/MasterCard/Discover. Everything
sold, as is, where is w/no warranties expressed or implied. 10% Buyers Fee. All sales are final.
Announcements on sale date take precedence over printed matter.
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AUCTIONEER NELLIE BELAND
CAI/CES/CAGA - Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #818
HONESTY...INTEGRITY...EXPERIENCE
Telephone: 906-864-2942 E-Mail: [email protected]
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AUCTION
The Estate of Mary S. Jones & Others-Part 2
4081 E. BUCKATABON RD., CONOVER, WI
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013 - 11:00 A.M.
DIRECTIONS: Hwy. 45 North of Eagle River to Cty. K (Conover). Then West on K to East
Buckatabon Rd. Signs will be posted. www.anothertotalauction.com
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Stoneware: Collection (40+ pcs.) of
stoneware in varying conditions; crocks, jugs, bowls, churn, water cooler,
and more; Lanterns; many old lamp parts-burners, hangers, etc.; leaded
glass windows; mantle clocks; Red Wing pottery; planters; glass battery
jar; cast iron cookware; scales; glassware; milk bottles; canning jars; prints
& pictures; much more not listed.
FURNITURE: Heywood Wakefield set (needs cushions) -sectional sofa, chairs, shelves, tables; dental cabinet; glass showcases; metal cabinet with printers drawers; square oak table; oak file cabinet; library card file cabinets; metal card file cabinets; Hoosier style cabinet; Hoosier
'go-along' style chimney cupboard; parlor chair; vanity table; sofa table; wicker chair;
dressers; lawyer’s bookcase; parlor table; North Wind chair; rocker; misc. chairs; wicker hamper; trunk; bookcases; plant stand and more.
GUNS - SPORTING-TOOLS: Westernfield 22; Stevens Mod. 987 22;
Mississippi Valley Arms Co. 16ga. (missing trigger guard); several flats
of misc. gun parts; nice compound & recurve bows; BB guns; pellet gun;
jack knives; sheath knives; binoculars; live traps; fishing rods & reels; tackle boxes; trolling
motor; Toro snowblower; air compressor; bench grinder/polisher; chainsaws; new electric
weedeater; wood clamps; planes; levels; brace bits, etc.
HOUSEHOLD & MISC: Chainsaw carved bear; lamps; linens & bedding; kitchen items;
room size wool rug; other rugs; vacuum cleaners; dishes; cookware; cookbooks; knick knacks; many new
household items; lots of collector books; bicycle; many box lots of good useable items.
TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cash or Good Check with proper ID. All items sold as is - where is, with
no warranty or guarantee either expressed or implied. Not responsible for accidents or loss. Firearms
laws apply.
AUCTION SALES ~ 715-453-1986
N9519 Sunset Point Rd., Tomahawk, WI 54487
www.anothertotalauction.com Email: [email protected]
Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer: Lynnette Hanson #1398
ESTATE AUCTION
SAT., OCT. 12, 2013 - 10:30 A.M.
9:30 A.M. PREVIEW
Mrs. June Ling Estate
Located at: 16820 HORTON RD. (HWY. CJ), BRISTOL, WI 53104
DIRECTIONS: From Hwy. 50- Bristol, take Hwy. 45 south to Horton Rd. (Hwy. CJ ) east to address, This is
an OLD Farm House that is loaded! Come out to this nice Fall Auction.
Furniture to include ** Nice single drawer oak library table with S-curve harp legs, Mission oak book stand,
newer oak legal style bookcase, other newer bookcases,
newer oak dining table and chairs, newer oak china cabinet
with glass door front, 2 sewing machines in lift desk style tops,
newer wardrobe cabinets, full size bed and mattress set, ladies
hard rock maple dresser w/mirror, man’s maple highboy dresser,
cherry bookcase, grandmother’s clock, old night stands, pressed back oak child’s highchair, 4 drawer pine chest, nice dome top stream trunk, nice Art Deco bedroom set-dresser
w/mirror-bed-highboy dresser, original finish oak commode w/towel bar, oak S-curve front 4 drawer dresser, metal single bed, painted washstand, Deco lamp table, octagon top plant stand, very
nice original finish S-curved front oak dresser w/carved harp mirror, painted oak commode, newer
pine 9 drawer dresser, high back iron bed, fancy pressed back oak rocker, cherry country style cabinet, record cabinets, ash single drawer washstand, sofa & easy chairs.
Collectibles ** Stoneware- Red Wing 5 gal. Adv. jug- Plunkett Chemical- toilet cleaner,
blue decorated Western crock, butter crocks, oil lamps, carnival chalk statues, Peter
Steinbach - Kenosha, WI. Beer bottle, glass cigar/tobacco jars, old green canning jars, folding wash boiler stand, Vict. Floral shadow box, lots of old pictures
& frames, enamelware, Dep. Era glassware, 3 Ruby luncheon sets IOB, oak frame
shaving mirror, gilt frame wall mirrors, apple blossom china service, other china, cookie
cutters, glass cake stands, record player & records, Lux style wall clock, Deco table lamps,
nice Deco Light House & Sail Boat dresser lamp, old cameras, Carnival glass
hen on the nest covered candy, handmade quilt, newer hall tree, Woodstock &
Remington typewriters, Christmas decorations, wooden sewing boxes, old baseball bats, Republican party Jim Beam decanter, games & puzzles, pressed steel
farm stake truck, Lincoln Logs, Globe metal savings bank, old kitchen itemstoaster- sifter beater, old farm tools- cream pail, 2 man saw, lanterns, rail road single lantern, milking stool, DX oil can, cultivator, pulleys, 1961 WI Plates, egg
crate, wringer wash machine, lots more! Household** normal amount old household items & smalls. Large appliance** Washer, Dryer, Refrig., gas stove, microwave,
hand & power tools, utility trailer, compressor, work bench, shop vac, Dynex flat screen
TV, lots of books, bird baths, lawn & garden tools, more!
Terms ** Cash, Check if known to us. Credit Cards w/5% buyers fee. More info & proxy email-phone bids call 262-539-3198 or 262-492-7150. Pictures & info.- www.timespastauctions.com or auctionzip. Book Your Fall Auction NOW- Don’t Wait!
Serving Banks, Trust Depts., Attorneys, Business & Private Individuals
since 1981 with Auctions, Personal Property Appraisal & Real Estate Auctions.
EVERYTHING WE TOUCH TURNS TO SOLD!
ROBERT J. SEVICK, CAI, GPPA • Auctioneer & Appraiser
TIMES PAST
Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #243 Cell: 262-492-7150
8110 400th Ave., Burlington, WI 53105 262-539-3198
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MayDe Beel Estate Auction
Saturday, October 19th - 9:00 AM
Sunday, October 20th - 10:00 AM
Connot Brothers Auction Building
127 S. Macomb & B St., Valentine, NE
CONSIGNMENT AUCTION
2 Auction
Rings both
Days!
COLLECTIBLES, TOOLS, VEHICLES, COINS, SPORTING ITEMS
1133 W. FOND DU LAC ST. (HWY. 23), RIPON, WI
(Across from Pick-N-Save)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 - 9:00 A.M.
Auctioneer’s Comments: MayDe traveled to many different countries and has brought back a lot
of unique pieces. She was an avid collector of all kinds and known far-and-wide by collectors and
dealers alike. Expect some surprises! Make plans to spend the weekend with us.
Terms: Major credit cards with 3.5% fee, cash or cashable check, and settlement required day of
auction. Not responsible for accidents. Be prepared to show driver’s license to receive bidder number. Announcements made day of sale take precedence over anything written or implied. All items
are sold as is, where is, no warranty.
NOTE: Two rings will be used.
COLLECTIBLES: Victor table top Victrola; 1935 Rol-A-Top Nickel slot machine; Indian arrowheads &
scrapers; cast iron toys; Camel cigarette 4’ lighted sign; Carnival & Custard glass; porcelain door knobs;
kerosene lamps & heater; saddirons; clay marbles; pictures & frames; early scrap books & postcards; Redwood
toy barn; Shoenhut child’s piano; Lone Ranger & Pladin guns & holster set; toy Derringers, pistol, rifles & holsters; train set; Star Wars; comic books; baseball cards; Old Style cases full of beer; beer glasses; adv. Towels;
beer signs – Moose Head, Budweiser & more; tin signs; collectable knives; metal toys 50’s-70’s; dolls, 1920-80;
sewing items; College football pennants; porcelain figurines; Occupied Japan; jewelry cabinet; old Christmas
items; milk bottles; 50+ Haeger pottery; beaded purses; records; wood boxes; ladies hats & boxes; books;
decoys; oil cans; globe; golf clubs; pewter dinner bell; cow bell; Chieftain fire hat; Becket baseball card books;
brass scale; Tonka dump truck; vintage card Master Stencil; 100% leopard muff; old phones; pewter; bird cage;
rugs; lanterns; wicker; miniature houses; vases; snowman; ceramic items; glass bells; bowling ball & pins; wood
rocking horse; wood doll bed; decanters; ceramic church w/light; Hamm’s beer mug; crystal sugar & creamers;
candle holders; bowls; A&W root beer mugs; Limited Ed. Coke glasses; horse shoe ashtray; colored glass; 1
gumball dispenser; brass shelf; corner stand; dump truck; Fisher Price items; baby buggy; buck saw; forks; adv.
items; military hats; Upland game; jacket & pants; child’s piano; child’s table & game; (2) 1950’s televisions;
costume jewelry; Sears adv. tin. SPORTING ITEMS: Winchester Model 50, 12 ga. Auto shotgun – Like New;
High Point C9 auto, 9mm rifle; SPC 5C00, 36 Caliber military police pistol; muzzle loader pistol; Marlin .22
auto w/scope; New England Firearms 20 ga. Pump shotgun; Mossberg 12 ga. pump shotgun w/slug barrel &
scope; Henry .22 lever action rifle w/scope; Remington 770 bolt, 270 rifle w/scope; Stevens 20 ga., 3” Mag.
pump shotgun; Charles Daly 12 ga. camo w/slug barrel; New England 12 ga. pump shotgun; Remington 512 bolt
.22 rifle; Mossberg 46B, .22 bolt rifle; Remington 30-06, 740 auto rifle w/scope; Ruger MK9, .22 pistol;
Sheridan pellet gun; 2 Red Ryder BB guns; pistol holsters; .22 ammo; .22 Mag. ammo; BBs; duck calls; hunting knives – Mable, Western & more; 27 1/2” spread mule deer mount. SPECIAL ITEMS: Amphicat 6x6
Camo machine; Honda Aero Scooter. COINS: 1882 $5 Gold Liberty, AU; 1886 $5 Gold Liberty, AU; 1927 2
1/2 Gold Indian AU; silver dollars incl. - Unc., S-mints & Carson City; Barber Walker & Franklin halves; Barber
& Standing Liberty quarters; Barber, Mercury & Seated dimes; full date Buffalo nickels; Seated Quarter; “V”
nickels; 2 & 3 cent pieces; large cents; Indian pennies; 1,000 wheat pennies; nice selection of paper money;
bouillon silver; foreign coins; proof sets & more.
TERMS: Cash or Good Check and Positive Identification Required. All announcements sale day supersede all
printed material. 10% Buyer’s Fee Applies.
AUCTIONEERS: Col. Don Wagner, Ripon, WI, Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #457, 920748-3000 or 920-685-2982. Col. Steve Wagner, Neshkoro, WI, Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer
#458, 920-361-4203. Sale Managed & Conducted by: DON WAGNER’S AUCTION SERVICE
Connot Brothers Auction
Ripon, WI • 1-800-452-7677 or 1-920-748-3000
www.donwagnersales.com Email: [email protected]
Don’t miss this auction!
Numerous items not yet unpacked and multiples of many pieces.
Watch our website, will be continually adding pictures as items are unpacked.
Viewing Friday from 1PM - 7 PM
Day 1: Antique Glassware & Pictures,
Huge Amount of Vintage Clothing,
Jewelry & Hats
Day 2: Antique Furniture & General
Household, Guns & Swords,
Antiques & Collectibles
Dennis Connot & Sons, Auctioneers
Office: 402-376-3400 or Cell: 402-389-1645
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WE ACCEPT VISA, M/C & DISCOVER - 3.5%Service Fee
AUCTION SPECIALISTS
STANLEY NEHLS
HUSTISFORD, WI
SALE SITE: FIREMAN’S HALL
316 E. TWEEDY ST., HUSTISFORD, WI 53034
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2013 - 10:00 A.M.
AUCTION SITE: This auction is being held indoors at Fireman’s Hall-Fireman’s Park (Bunker
Hill) on the Northeast side of Hustisford, near the intersection of County Road “R” & County Road
“E”. Watch for auction signs. LUNCH ON GROUNDS.
NOTE: Stanley has been collecting Hustisford and local area old advertising items for many years.
These items are in very good condition. This is only a partial list.
ANTIQUES: Golden oak library table w/drawer; Victorian mahogany étagère cabinet (nice);
Mahogany desk w/sliding doors & pipe rack; Dillingham mahogany cedar chest; Lamp table
w/ornate base; Wood sled coffee table; 2 chairs w/needlepoint seats; Washstand; Cane seat benches; End table w/bookshelf; Oval lamp table; Dazey glass base butter churns (various sizes); 80 Milk
bottles (Gallon to half-pint) include McFarlane, Nehls, Hartford, Horicon, Beaver Dam, Waupun,
Borden’s & Knowles; Paper bottle caps; Black top hat & derby; Advertising pictures & calendars
(Bartsch & others); Custard & Oyster glass adv. items; Adv. plates & bowls; 2 Radloff cardboard
chick feeders; Clear Depression glass (Waterford, Starlight, Columbia, Pineapple Floral &
Canadian Thistle); Egg scale; Coin banks (Hustisford State Bank); Washboard; Land ‘O Lakes tray;
Miniature crowbar w/Hustisford Feed adv.; Old postcards; Blue cow on nest; Enterprise sausage
stuffer; Glass refrigerator dishes; Brewery, embossed bottles w/local adv.; Wood forks (3-6 tine);
Wood tooth rake; Paper butter cartons; Grain cradle; Blue Ribbon milker pail w/adv. brochure;
Primitive wood tool box (1890’s to 1900’s); Butter churns (hand-crank to wood upright); Adv.
yardsticks; Cherry pitter; Bread making tin; Cow bell; Cow cookie jar; Hand corn planter; Woodgrain flail; Milk stools; Buggy steps; Milk cans (various sizes);Wood Dairyman’s Friend measure
stick; Metal adv. signs (Universal, Oliver, Mayrs & AMPI); Home Dairy delivery box; Old Dodge
County Fair sign; Oil lamps; Wood base coffee grinder; Caster set; Metal cream whipper; Hillshire
Farm CI fry pan; Hustisford Can Co. feed sack; Much more.
STONEWARE: Red Wing butter churns w/lids (5-4-3-2 gal.); Several stoneware bowls w/adv.
(spongeware, blue band & others); Adv. pitchers (Watt & others); Beater jar w/adv.; 2 gal. Red
Wing crock; Bean pots w/adv.; Elkhorn cottage cheese jar.
SEE PHOTOS ON WEBSITE:
www.auctionspecialistsstoughton.com
TERMS: Cash or Good Check Day of Sale. Out of state checks require current bank letter of
guarantee. Photo ID Required to Register to Bid/Buy. Announcements made at sale take precedence over advertised material.
AUCTIONEER: Daniel R. Ritger (RWA #645) West Bend, WI 262-629-9793 or 414-333-8625.
CASHIER: Cindy Fredrick, Mayville, WI 920-387-4210. SALE MANAGER: James M.
Seamonson (Registered Wisconsin License #132) Auction Specialists Stoughton, LLC, Stoughton,
WI 608-873-7791
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W2470 Cty. Rd. B, Montello, WI
Directions: Hwy. 22, 5 miles South of Montello. Take Hwy. B East 1 1/2 miles to auction
site! W2470 Cty. Rd. B Montello. Watch for signs!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2013 - 9:00 A.M.
Auctioneer’s Note: Due to health issues, Garry & Donna are selling at auction their 40+ year collection.
Antique Furniture & Collectibles: Eastlake Spoon carved 7’ harvest table w/butternut top, 1/4 sawn oak sleeper sofa,
corner hall tree w/door and drawer, large computer desk, wooden ice box, pine wardrobe, chimney cupboards, unusual size wooden trunk, Eastlake bed & dresser, Empire bed, pine washstand w/towel bar, lots of chairs, set of Victorian
parlor furniture, train depot desk, butternut telephone table, leather covered foot rest, wood barrel, wood box, clock
shelf, immigration trunk, fireplace surround, pole type clothes drying rack, old hardware store cabinet w/10 drawers,
butternut telephone desk w/multiple drawers, 4 panel slag glass lamp, butternut spindle leg drop leaf table, 3 pc.
Mission Oak style china cabinet, 6 1/2” harvest table w/drawer, 8 1/2’ tall liquor cabinet from back bar w/paper labels,
Domestic pedal sewing machine in cabinet, cherry étagère, cherry rope twist gate leg dining table w/6 chairs, pine pie
safe w/original punched tin, Butternut cupboards (one with square nails & dovetailed), Ceiling oil lamp w/wrought
iron bracket, painted pine wardrobe w/orig. key, platform rocker, Eastlake mirror, all orig. pine wardrobe, four legged
milk stool, feed/fur scale, crocks: salt glazed, Red Wing; bottom signed, 4 gal., 8 gal., 15 gal., jugs: J.H. Dalton Boston,
MA & CHR Hansens Lab Rennet extract jug, Griswold fruit press, Victorian era clock, lots of Griswold and Wagner
cast iron: corn bread pans, muffin pans, waffle irons, griddles, fry pans, enamel ware: coffeepots, colanders, and others, blue Ball jars, rug beaters, green handled egg beaters, Restaurant Maxims (France) stoneware bowl, Wonder Horse
rocking horse, General Electric kids record player, Morning Glory horn, hair on hides; beaver, whitetail, elk, caribou,
oil lamps: pattern glass, metal & others, Planters peanut jar, Russel Wright glass dishes, one board pine dovetailed
blanket chest, machinist tool box, European fur back pack, kraut kutter & stomper, bear paw snow shoes, tobacco cutter, cast iron spittoon, candle molds, Lindstroms nesting birds marble game, Eclipes oven waste holder, lots of
stoneware bowls (some with advertising), coal feed iron, printers tray, steam whistle, Nylint toy horse trailer, boot jack,
wood sled, scythe w/spare blade, alcohol driven fan w/Lake Breeze Motor fan cage, Kentucky club thermometer, complete cider press, lots of deer horns, egg crate, foot lockers, glass ware, copper bottom steam kettle, duck decoys (plastic and others),Wagner fan, Edscop telescope w/tripod, Winchester wood ammo box, animal traps, shoulder mount
broadcast seeder, cast iron Christmas tree stand, enamel dental cabinet w/milk glass shelves, Woodland Summit wood
stove, grain sifters, cast iron stove pipe grates, saddirons w/orig. box, Brunswick victrola, wood tool box w/brass corner plates, National Cash Register. Saddles & Tack: 4 horse Hot Walker (variable speed, --reversible), 6 Western
Saddles: Circle Y, Bighorn, Hereford, Pony, Icleandic saddle (Hesturinn Skagfjord), English saddles (Regent,
Collegiate), lots of saddle pads, blankets, quick hitch harness, breast collar harness, lots of bridles, halters, back pads,
coolers, like new complete Morgan horse show harness w/stainless fittings, portable blanket rack, 2 portable saddle
racks, Beta large pony size single driving harness w/stainless fittings, Morgan size breast collar single driving gig harness w/gig back pad & brass fittings, Laube & Andis clippers, hobbles, oak form pack saddle, feed tubs, rubber buckets, 2 large barn fans, 5 box fans, breast collars, leads, 5 stall mounting brackets for box fans, eveners, neck yokes, single trees, branding irons. Tools & Machinery: 2006 Hired Hand by trailer Man 24’ Gooseneck flatbed trailer
(beaver tail w/ramps), Corn Pro 10’ stock trailer, 2004 Featherlite 2 horse slant trailer w/dressing room in front and
tack room in back, 1989 Tru Bilt Flatbed trailer 14’ long, 14’ hay wagon w/John Deere gear, 2 section drag, Fairbanks
& Morse 3 Hp motor w/orig. cart, farm gates, round hay bale feeder, stock tanks, large square bale feeder, 3 pt. 6’
landscaping rake, 3 pt. 8’ cutter blade, 4’ lawn roller, 7ft. 3 pt. disc, 3 pt. Ferguson 2 bottom plow, 7ft. 3 pt. digger, 3
pt. Case brush mower, 4 hay feeders, 50’ round pen, IH 184 Low Boy tractor w/60” belly mower, late model Ford
8 N tractor and new chains, H & S Model 80 manure spreader, small hay wagon, water tank, Huskee 27 ton log splitter (like new), galvanized tubs, 2 reel lawn mowers, ice fishing equipment, 15” Woodtec planer, dust collector, Sacks
20” chainsaw, Rol Air air compressor, Generac 3000 W generator, Ryobi chop saw, pipe vise, 3 broad axes, cross cut
saw, 3 braces, buck saw, back saw, Delta 6” jointer, Woodtec spindle shaper w/sliding table, Intek 6.75 hp pressure
washer, Stanley wood block plane, C clamps, saw blades, Pas load framing nailer, Craftsman 10” deluxe table saw
(flex shaft driven), 8 hp Troy-Bilt chipper, insulated stove pipes, felt, batteries, carburetors, 1962 Triumph transmission, lumber, 6” white oak boards and others, lots of roof tin corner pieces, lots of cold formed steel, used bricks items and more!
October 12, 9:00 A.M. - 100+ old Winchester guns including: (45 Model 94’s –many special order guns with scarce
and highly sought after features. Scarce 1st model 94! Model 95’s in all calibers, including one flat side and one
exceptional Russian musket w/bayonet. Several model 70’s! Mod. 66 44 cal. saddle ring carbine sn, Mod. 73 Win
. 38 cal. (RB,CB,FM); Mod. 92 Win. 25-20 cal. (LB,CB,FM,TD), Mod. 92 Win. 38-40 (OB,CB,FM), 1 st Generation
Colt SAA 38-40 cal., Mod. 94 Win. 32-40 (RB, btn mag, CB), Mod. 94 Win. 38-55 cal. (OB, FM,CB, 1st model) ,
Mod. 94 Win. 25-35 cal. (1/2 RD, 1/2 OB, CB,FM), Mod. 94 Win. 32-40 cal. (1/2 RD, 1/2 OB, 28” barrel, tang mounted peep), Mod. 94 Win. 30 WCF ( 1/2 RD, 1/2 OB, 24” barrel), Mod. 94 Win. 32-40 cal (1/2 RD, 1/2 OB, CB button
mag, 24” barrel), Mod. 94 Win. 30 WCF ( 1/2 RD, 1/2 OB, TD, pistol grip, checkered), Mod. 94 Win. 25-35 cal (OB,
FM, TD Swiss butt, straight grip, checkered tang peep), Like new Mod. 71 Win. 348 cal. Deluxe, (receiver mtd. Peep),
Mod. 86 Win. 33 WCF (24” RB, FM, stl. SGB, sling eyes, buckhorn rear site), Mod. 85 Win. 22 WCF (OB, CB, tang
peep, globe and post front site), Mod. 53 Win. 25-20 (std. rifle, receiver peep), Mod. 65 Win. 218 Bee (std. rifle, bolt
mounted peep), Mod. 92 Win. 44 WCF (RB, FM, TD, CB), Mod. 95 Win. 40-72 WCF (OB, CB, receiver peep, flat
side #671), Mod. 95 Win. 7.62 Russian Musket w/bayonette, Win. 10 gauge salute Cannon, Win. Mod. 64 30-30
(deluxe, receiver site), Win. Mod. 94 30 WCF (CB, OB, Dbl. set trigger, tang mounted peep), Mod. 70 264 Win.
Mag.Westerner w/tag, H & K 630 223 (w/Leopold 4.5 – 14 x 50), Springfield Forager 20 ga. Trap door, Joseph
Golcher made .36 cal. muzzle loader, Mod. 42 field grade (like new), Mod. 42 skeet w/cuts comp. (like new), .22 Colt
lightning .22 cal., Win. Mod. 1907 .35 cal. w/10 rd., Remington rolling block 7 MM carbine w/sling, Ruger mini 14
s.s. w/upper hand guard, 54 cal. Muzzle loader (long barrel and tiger maple stocks), and many others – large assortment of antique ammo, collectibles. 100+ collection of Winchester tools and more!
15+ Carriages to include: 2 seat sleigh, Jenny Lind Phaeton, Stanhope Gig, bobsled, ladies drop front Phaeton,
Brewster Brougham, Meadowbrook cart, Bronson wagon, Northwestern Cutter (w/Fort Atkinson, WI tag), racing
sulky, full body road cart, run about, Doctors buggy, McLaughlin jump seat, trap….. All in mint condition!
Phone, Absentee, or bid live online @ wyoderauction.com for the October 12 portion!
Terms: Cash, WI Checks Only, ID required to register. Visa, MasterCard. 4% buyers fee for credit card. All sales
final with no warranties. Announcements sale day supersede this and printed material. Not responsible for accidents.
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ESTATE AUCTION
KEWASKUM, WI
SUNDAY, October 13, 2013 - 9:00 A.M.
Inspection: 8:00 A.M.
LOCATION: Hwy. 45 or 28 to Kewaskum, East on Hwy. 28 to Hwy. "S", then north 1.5 miles to hall.
AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: The estate of Edward A. Burg M.D., River Hills with additions.
FURNITURE: Exceptional 1800’s cherry corner cupboard; Nice, curved glass oak china cabinet w/mirror; Oak
2pc. kitchen cupboard; GW 3 sect + drawer Mission bookcase; GW 3 sec. bookcase; 4 stack oak
bookcase; 3 section bookcase; Heywood Wakefield Ashcraft MCM 3 section sofa w/end tbls.,
super clean; Chimney cupboard; Vict. marble top parlor tbl.; Walnut work tbl.; Vict. revival his/her
chairs; Vict. arm chair; High back caned office chair; 4 Ethan Allen Adirondack chairs & others;
Early 1800’s mirror; Child’s & other oak rockers; Several press backs; Piano stool; Kneeler; Ethan
Allen cherrywood & other furniture; Cedar chest; Oak coal bin; Oak jard. stand; Etc.
GLASS/CHINA: Mary Gregory water set; Ruby flash King Crown flagon; Ruby flash brkfst. set;
Colored glass; Frosted Lion tray & cov’d compote; 10pcs. Loetz Rusticano; Loetz blue
web; Quality Vict. art glass incl. colored; Heisey colored glass, etc.; Dark & opal
Carnival; Numerous crystal candle holders; 14 glass paperweights; Elegant & Depr.
glass; R. Bayreuth humidor & Bedouin vase; Mettlach 2952 punch bowl & 1725 & 2726
steins; Neat Deco coffee set; Flow blue; Wedgwood; Delft; Sascha B.; Cameo egg; Quality
porcelain & china; Blue Willow collection; Creamer collection; Dryden pottery; Hummels; Etc.
CLOCKS: Spectacular Gustav Becker 3 wt. Grand Sonnerie Vienna regulator; Nice Gilbert Berkshire
adv. calendar clock; Howard & Davis banjo; 2A. Willard banjo clocks;Ansonia Royal Bonn LaBourgogne,
Cobalt blue; Ansonia china case Huron; Ansonia “Racine” figural clock; Ansonia Queen Elizabeth;
Morbier wag on wall; Jerome triple decker; Single wt .Vienna regulator; Carriage clock; Ingraham calendar store regulator; Welch Verdi rosewood schoolhouse; Ingraham Gem round drop calendar;
Waterbury Heron oak schoolhouse; Ingraham calendar school house; Gilbert Jenny Lind; NH
Whitney banjo; STbanjo; NH mini banjo; Black Forest wall clock; Carved English short drop; German
wall clock; Ingraham drop octagon; Oak A&C wall clock; Jap. school house; Sessions kitchenette;
Cuckoo clock; Keebler cuckoo; Clock shelf; 6 T.D.LY& other clock books; Etc.
ART: Lg. Spicuzza seascape pastel; Pair ivory framed portraits; Ivory boat & figures; E. Curtis Indian
prints; New & old framed OOC & OOB; C&I Burning of the Monarch & Chappaqua Farm; Signed
etching; Civil War etchings; Aircraft swatch prints; Birds-eye framed silhouette; Contemporary art;
Fashion prints; Bird prints; Oriental panels; Quality framed prints & etchings; Vict. frames; Indian picture hide; Am. Indian art; African masks; Wood carvings; Etc.
THE REST: 2004 Haulmark 12’dbl. axle enclosed trailer; 1920’s Oldsmobile utility trailer; Pace
Comet 5 cent slot machine; Nice Patton sword SA m1913; Lg. Spelter figural statue; S/P tea urn
w/Egyptian theme; Many old mags, all titles & newspapers; Schlitz rgstr. clock; Scarce Red Bone
neon; Red Dog neon clock; Victor VV 230 console stereo; Fancy iron floor lamp; Figural newel post lamp; Figural
blacksmith lamp; Student, figural, oil, desk & mini lamps; 1883 sampler; Col. Williamsburg tea caddy; Period tea
caddy; Figural shaving mirror; Rococo mirror; 3 nice silver dollars & others; 1909 VDB cent; Buttons; Hat molds;
Harrod’s smoking kit by Y&S; Pipes; Fountain pens; Marble desk set; Child’s sulkey; Marx train set; Comics; WWII
games; Model ship; Still banks; Victor Baby Grand vendor; RR china, silver, paper & lock; Floor abacus; Kitchen
primitives; Arnold malt mixer; Whirlygig; Brass pails; Brass blade fan; Candle mold; Trap w/’24 tag.
Charbroiled Brats, Hamburgers & Refreshments.
Appraisals ~ Real Estate ~ On Site or Indoor Sales
GUNSMITHING EQUIP. & ANTIQUE AUCTION
LOCATION: 17877 James Drive, Boscobel, WI
1 mile East of Boscobel, on Hwy. 133 & 1/4 mile East on James
Dr. to Bitter Creek trail. (Next to Boscobel Airport)
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2013 - 10:00 A.M.
Note: Paul has been a gunsmith & collector for over 40 yrs. This is a large & diverse collection,
the following is a partial listing. We will be selling in 2 rings part of the day. For Full list &
Photos @ www.kramersales.com
Guns Selling: US 1861 Trenton Civil War Musket, German 1888 Commish Carbine, Winchester
Pre-64 Model 94 Carbine, Arsenal new Remington 03-A3 Military
rifle, scare Numerich Arms 22 cal. Conversion for
1903 Rifle, 1917 Eddystone military rifle, WWII
Mortar sight, Military Remington Rolling block
rifle, Rare Hopkins & Allen 38 cal.
Smooth bore rifle, Winchester Model 12
16ga. & 12ga. w/solid rib, Winchester model 72 & 490 22 cal. rifles, 1/8 scale
Napoleonic Black powder cannon, Stevens Favorite 22 cal., numerous Dbl. &
single Bb. Shotguns & other longuns. Gunsmithing Items: Gun parts to include,
Bolts, trigger assemblies, sights, actions, Bbls., surplus Govt. 45 parts, 10+ Weaver steel tube
scopes, handguns grips & gun stocks, Bullet molds, lead, Brass, Reloading supplies, muzzle loading supplies & numerous parts bins of small gun parts! Fishing, Sporting & Collectibles: Early
Orvis & South Bend bamboo fishing rods, Fishing creels & lures, Antique lures,
Assortment of old game calls, Bear trap, Collectible powder & wood ammo boxes,
quivers & archery supplies, Hunting & military knives, wooden lobster pots,
Winchester, Springfield, Mauser & other hard bound gun books, Old snow shoes,
Old decoys, antlers & lots or related material. Machinery & Tools:
Swisher 40" pull type finish mower w/8HP engine, Case 2-14" 3 pt.
plow, ATV 15 & 25 gal. Sprayers, Craftsman 40" metal lathe, 5' metal parts
bin, 5-8' wood banquet/shop tables, Lots of tool boxes & chests, Large assortment of
tools & misc. items. Antiques & Primitives: Singer commercial sewing machine
w/accessories, Tanned buckskin, Primitive kitchen cabinet, Modern Ridgeway
Grandfather clock, Cast iron kitchen items & misc. kitchen primitives, Jugs, Crocks,
Misc. stoneware, Violin & bows, clarinet & other musical items, Wood egg cases,
Buck & cross cut saws, Metal implement seats, Runner sleds, Hand corn & potato planters, Large
old Anvil w/tools, Platform scales, RR lantern, Antique lawn trimmer/edger, Steel wheel push
mowers, Hanging balance scales, 5 1/6" toy tractors, Lots of old tools & collectibles.
Terms: Cash or Personal Check accepted w/current Photo ID to Register.
Clerk & Cashier:
Kramer Auction Service, LLC
203 E. Blackhawk Ave., Prairie du Chien, WI
608-326-8108 www.kramersales.com
Firearms • Military Weapons &
Artifacts • Collectibles
REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEERS:
John Kramer #320 and Curt Kramer #896
TERMS: No buyer’s premium. Cash or good checks. Out of state, two
forms of picture ID required. Current D/L required for bid number.
Absentee bids accepted via email only. [email protected] No
phone or online bidding. 5.5% WI sales tax applies.
Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer: Mike Paul #28.
Charbroiled Brats, Hamburgers & Refreshments
Paul Auction Company, Inc.
P.O. Box 457, Kewaskum, WI 53040
established 1969
262-338-3030
[email protected] www.paulauction.com
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COLLECTIBLE CARS, CAR PARTS AND TOOL AUCTION
The following Collector Cars, Car Parts and Tools will be sold at the:
TUMBLESON AUCTION CENTER - 1635 N. MAIN ST., PRINCETON, IL
Located 100 miles West of Chicago, IL just off Int. 80, Exit 56, South on Rt. 26 in Princeton, IL
(Behind the Sherwood Antique Mall) on:
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2013 -10:00 A.M.
View Listing & Photos on website: www.tumblesonauction.com
COLLECTOR CARS, CAR PARTS & CAR RELATED ITEMS: 1929 4 Door Pierce Arrow
Straight 8-Engine Turns-Dual Side Mounts- Nice Interior-29,000 Miles (Title & Keys); 1936 Ford
3 Window Coupe V8-Solid Body & Floors (Engine Turns) w/34,371 Miles (Title & Keys); 1938
Ford 2 Door Sedan V8-Solid Body & Floors (Engine Turns) w/80,077 Miles (Title & Keys); 1940
Ford Bus Coupe V8-Solid Body & Floors (Engine Turns) w/84,949 Miles (Title); 1955 Cadillac 4
Door V8 w/Air, Power Windows & Seats (Engine Stuck & Body Has Rust) w/66,192 Miles (No
Title); Tons of Parts-New & Used-Mostly 1920’s & 1940’s Ford; Stromberg Carbs; Wheels From
1920’s-40’s; Fenders. Rare: Porcelain Spark Plugs, Brass Gas Head Lights Head & Brass Lights
for Stutz; Head & Tail Lights 1920’s-1940’s; Pre-Electric to 1940’s Horns; Assorted Bumper
Guards in Boxes; Motor Meters; Hubcaps; Hudson & Ford Radiators-1920’s & 30’s; Lots of
Engine, Brake Trans Parts-Ford 1930’s & 1940’s; Cans of Old Oil; Jacks; License Plates; Reo Step
Plate; Mint Packard Wall Thermometer; Old Tires & Hubcaps; Spark Plugs; Car & Shop Manuals;
License Plates; Oil & Gas Cans; Funnels; Westinghouse Auto Lamp Metal Cabinets; Auto Light.
TOOLS, LANTERNS AND RELATED: John Deere Rider 317 Lawn mower; Old Tools, Adv.
Cans (Oil, Antifreeze & Etc.), Old Highway Safety Kits, Burgess Flashlight Battery Vendor Box,
Parts Cabinet, Insulators in Original Boxes, Many Wood/Metal Woodworking Planes, Many New
in the Package Tools, Many Old RR Signal/Lanterns and Various Barn Lanterns, Koken-St. Louis
Iron Foot Rest, Brass Shell Casings.
CRANK ESTATE, KICKAPOO, IL
TT TUMBLESON AUCTION COMPANY
Princeton, IL • 815-872-1852 Email: [email protected]
Auctioneers: Tom & Mary Tumbleson Lic. #040000396-397 & Tiffany Foes #441.001601
Terms: Cash or Check.
When out & about,
let our advertisers
know where you
saw their ad!
GAS & OIL COLLECTIBLES
AT AUCTION
The Feneis Collection
Approx. 100 Pumps, Signs, Cans, Ford Model T, Pedal Cars & More!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 - 9:30 A.M.
1125 South Benton Drive, Sauk Rapids, MN 56379
Auction location is back building before Junction of Hwy. 10 & 11 on Benton Ave.
APPROX. 100 PUMPS for RESTORATION
UPRIGHT VISIBLES: 7 Wayne Upright Visible 10 gallon Gas Pumps, Butler
Upright Visible 10 Gal. Pump (numbers etched in glass), Rush Pump 10 Gallon
Upright Visible Pump, and more…
COMPUTING PUMPS: Wayne Model A-38, 2 Wayne Double Sided Model 70,
Wayne Model 80 Double
Sided computing Pump, 4
Wayne Model 100A Double
Sided computing Pumps,
Wayne Model 505 Double
Sided Computing Pump,
Wayne Model 100B double
Sided Computing Pump,
Wayne Model 595 Double
Sided Computing Pump, 2
Wayne Model 730 Pumps, 3
Wayne Model 500 Double Sided Computing Pumps, Partial Listing..
GAS PUMP PARTS, PIECES, AND PANELS, LUBESTERS-OIL JUGS, CANS, MORE!
GLOBES-Spur DS Globe, 3-Royal Globes, Phillips 66 Single sided Globe, Red
Crown Globe-Original, and more..
CLOCKS & MORE: NAPA, FOUR ROSES WHISKEY, VINTAGE STOP
LIGHT, VINTAGE CAST IRON MAILBOX DROP BOX, TIN WATER COOLER
LIEBE AUCTION SERVICE
105 South Pine Street, Weyauwega, WI 54983
WEDNESDAYS - OCTOBER 9, 16, 23, 30, - 2013
INSPECTION 4:00 P.M. - AUCTION 5:00 P.M.
We will be selling Smaller Area Estates.
www.liebeauctionservice.com
Terms: Cash or check with I.D.
Any information given the day of sale takes precedence over this information.
All Sales final with no warranties or guarantees.
REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER: STEVE LIEBE #871
Phone 920-867-3352 Email: [email protected]
Advertisers! Give your buyer’s more time
to plan to attend your auction!
We recommend putting your ads in two
weeks prior to your sale!
ATTENTION ADVERTISERS!
Please call to Confirm we
received your Emails or faxes
so you don’t get left out!
715-524-3076
ON STAND, PORCELAIN YARD LIGHTS, MORE..
PEDAL CARS-TOYS: 2-Vintage Pedal Cars, Limited Edtn.
1912 Texaco Model T Delivery Truck Coin Bank, Special
Edtn. 1912 Model T Tanker Truck Texaco Coin Bankw/Multi-Task Tool, 1950 Limited Edition Sky Chief Tokheim
Pump Coin Bank..
1919 FORD MODEL T ROADSTER-GREAT PROJECT
SIGNS: Porcelain Oseola Sign, Stanolex Fuel Porcelain Sign,
Porcelain Sky Chief Tank Signs, Porcelain NO Smoking Sign,
SS Amoco Ag Chemical Sign, 2- Single Sided Porcelain Standard Oil Products
Signs, Phillips 66 DS Porcelain w/Lower Brackets, Standard Oil of Indiana Single
sided Porcelain, Mobil Gas Double Sided Porcelain, Phillips 66 Double Sided
Porcelain, Sinclair Gasoline Double Sided Porcelain, Phillips 66 Double Sided
Porcelain with Brackets, NSP 72x32 Sign, Goodrich Tires Single Sided Porcelain,
Mobil Oil Pegasus lighted Single sided Sign, Sinclair H-C 48” Round Double sided
Porcelain, Skelly 48” double Sided Porcelain Sign, AND MORE!!!
CAST IRON GRATES FROM GRAIN FLOOR, VINTAGE WIRE SPOKED
WHEELS, 4-BEHLEN TURBO GRAIN FANS, HUGE METAL SHEAR, BG
TRANSMISSION FLUID CHANGE MACHINE, ICE CHEST, T-TECH
TRANSMISSION SERVICE MACHINE, MORE..
TERMS: Cash, Good Check, Credit Card with 4% Fee. Payment In full Day of
Sale. Removal Day of Sale or within 10 days. Driver’s License Required for
Number. Buyer responsible for all shipping costs and arrangements. Craters and
Freighters are available in MNPLS. 1-763-424-3300. Online Bidding Available at
Proxibid. All Items sold AS IS and ALL SALES FINAL.
Jim Feneis-Owner
VanDerBrink Auctions, LLC
Yvette VanDerBrink-Auctioneer MN 67-73
605-201-7005 or 507-673-2517
Dale Pavlis-Auctioneer MN 51-35
Aaron Williams- Auctioneer MN
For More info, pictures, video, and more auctions…www.vanderbrinkauctions.com
Can’t Come to the Auction.. Bid ONLine at www.vanderbrinkauctions.com
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What’s NOT New In Your Neck of the Woods?
Find Out At The 39th Fall Fox Valley Antiques Show & Sale
Traveling great distances to find a variety of
authentic antiques is a thing of the past. The best
antiques come to you at the October 19 & 20, 2013 Fox
Valley Antiques Show in St. Charles, Illinois for the
39th fall.
Here 55 carefully-chosen, invitation-only dealers from 17 states will offer for sale a wide variety of
authentic 18th, 19th and early 20th century antiques.
October's show brings experienced dealers from great
distances, some new to the Fox Valley Antiques Show:
American Spirit, Shawnee Mission, KS
Bill and Betty Annable, Oberlin, OH
Bob Jessen/Jim Hohnwald, Fitzwilliam, NH
Brad Selinger Antiques, East Berlin, PA
Bruce Rigsby Antiques, Lancaster, KY
Carnine Antiques, Ankeny IA
Craig W. Illa Antiques, Palmyra, MO
David & Jane Thompson Antiques, South Dennis, MA
Denise Scott Antiques, East Greenwich, RI
Don and Pat Clegg, East Berlin, PA
Erenberger's Antiques, Amana, IA
Jean Doty Antiques, Beaumont, TX
Kracker Barrel Antiques, St. James, MO
Lee Foster, Janesville, WI
Lynda Tomlinson, Alexandria, MN
Main Street Antiques & Art, West Branch, IA
Marie Miller Antique Quilts, Dorset, VT
Mario Pollo, Holliston, MA
Missouri Plain Folk, Sikeston, MO
Oakland Art, West Bloomfield, MI
Raccoon Creek Antiques LLC, Oley, PA
ity, allowing customers to buy with confidence.
Richard W. Larson, Maple Plain, MN
Catered lunch with comfortable seating is
Ron Christman Antiques & Art, Wales, WI
available and there is plenty of free parking. Show
Schoolhouse Antiques, Kirkwood, MO
hours are Saturday, October 19, 10 - 5, and Sunday,
Scott's Antiques, Whitefish Bay, WI
October 20, 10 - 4, at the Kane County Fairgrounds,
Sebasky and Hildreth, Staples, MN
525 South Randall Road, St. Charles, Illinois 60174
Sheridan Loyd Antiques, St. Joseph, MO
(enter on Randall Road between Routes 38 and 64).
Somerville's Antiques, Lake Geneva, WI
Spring Hill Farm Antiques, Brodhead, WI
Produced by the Chicago Suburban Antiques
Terry Ziebarth, Avoca, WI
Dealers Association, the show celebrates our heritage by
The Her and History Collection, Peru, IL
collaborating with its sponsor, DuPage County Historical
The Needle's Work Antiques, Morton, IL
Museum Foundation. Both not-for-profit organizations,
The Rock Step Antiques, Spring Green, WI
admission of $8 benefits local historical and educational
Tom and Marcia Brown Antiques, Osceola, IN
endeavors. Discount coupons ($2 off) are available on the
Turkey Mountain Traders, Scottsdale, AZ
CSADA website.
For more information visit
Z and K Antiques, Urbana, IL
http://www.csada.com/ ATM on premises.
+ our base of northern Illinois dealers
The complete list of exhibitors can be found on
the Chicago Suburban Antiques Dealers Association
website, www.CSADA.com
An added bonus, Tina Woltman, author of "An
Early Christmas" will be on hand to sign copies of her
latest book "Christmas of Olde". Appealing to both
antique and holiday collectors, "An Early Christmas"
(2011) sold out immediately. The same fate is predictLiberty Tree Antiques will be
ed for "Christmas of Olde".
bringing this large Victorian
Somerville's Antiques,
A semi-annual sale, antiques are displayed all
wire basket with tin insert.
indoors at the bright and spacious Kane County will be bringing this large
oval Shaker box w/lid
Fairgrounds' Prairie Events Center. Dealers exhibit in
plus a nice grainer in
walled and papered booths, their offerings arranged in original mustard paint.
room settings, many with an emphasis on decorative
and graphic design. A "juried" show assures authenticMary De Buhr
will be bringing
this candleholder.
Antiques at Hillwood
Farms will be bringing
this pair of 1880 revival
Turkey Mountain will be
brass sconces.
bringing this Navaho weaving.
Mainstreet Antiques will be
bringing this owl hooked rug.
Small Decorated
Scandinavian Trunk.
Marie Miller will be bringing
this Rose of Sharon quilt.
Spring Hill Farm Antiques
will be bringing this oil on
canvas, Prize cow “Fanta” from
Fort Atkinson, 34” x 24”.
Bruce Rigsby will be
bringing this Penwipe.
Halsey
Munson will
be bringing
this tap table.
Pilgrim Joined
Two Drawer
blanket Chest Origin:
Connecticut River
Valley 17th Century.
Patricia Clegg
will be bringing
this painted trunk.
Tis the season .... Scott’s
Antiques will be bringing a
large variety of early
German holiday items.
Sheridan Loyd will be bringing
this blue-painted 19th century
mortar and pestle.
Mid 19th century American
rust and cream striped
wool blanket and a brown
and cream cotton feather
tick possibly PA in origin.
A 18th century red painted
six board blanket chest and
a brown painted sea chest.
A mid 19th century signed
iron kettle.
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Harley-Davidson & Indian Motorcycle Items Bring
Strong Prices at Matthews Auctions’
Article & Photos by Matthews Auctions LLC
single-sided tin self-framed sign (“Harley Davidson Sales & Service, Plainview,
Texas”), a 29 inch by 29 inch square ($3.300).
A Harley-Davidson handle bar grip-style cigarette lighter, 2
The auction was conducted at the Clarion Hotel & Conference
1/2 inches long, made $1,045; an ornate brass fender fixture
Center in Davenport, Ia. It represented something of a departure for
showing the Harley-Davidson eagle on bar and shield logo
Matthews Auctions, a firm already established as the nation’s prefetched $1,760; a Harley-Davidson bottle opener/spinner
mier auction house for petroliana (gas station collectibles) and
accessory, in good condition, went for $1,045; and a Harleyautomobilia. This sale featured those items too, but was topDavidson men’s mesh shirt, large (“Relic Riders, Auburn, Mass.”)
heavy with motorcycle items, especially Harley-Davidson.
breezed to $990.
“The auction was a huge success and I’d like to do more
Indian Motorcycle lots included a Champion brand longof them, maybe at the same venue,” said Dan Matthews of
sleeved pullover shirt with appliqué back and silk-screened from
Matthews Auctions, LLC. “We had a great single-owner lifetime
showing the Indian logo, with a helmet having an applied 1959
collection of motorcycle memorabilia out of Texas, much of it
AMA tour award, hand-painted ($2,090); a mirror in a wooden
Harley-related. It included vintage clothing, posters, parts, signs
frame, advertising Indian “Moto-Cycles” and three other comand accessories. The market and demand for these items is
panies (one per side), 10 inches by 10 inches ($1,815); and
strong.”
Champion brand long-sleeve pullover
Between 125-150 people packed the shirt for Indian Motorcycles, with a 1959 an Indian Motorcycle double-sided felt banner, marked the
Landrock Company, rated 7 ($1,265).
Clarion Hotel, a good percenthelmet ($2,090).
Top lots in the petroliana category
age of them big fans of HarleyDavidson. Prices of vintage clothing seemed to be included a Veltex (“100% Pennsylvania Motor Oil”) double-sided
strong, as one online bidder spent $15,000 on cloth- porcelain sign, rated 9+/8.9, 7 inches by 11 inches ($6,160); a
ing alone. About 200 people registered to bid Hancock Gasoline (“Early Rooster”) porcelain pump plate
online, through Proxibid.com. By the time the final sign, with great gloss and color, rated 9+ ($6,050); and a
gavel came down, 650 lots had changed hands and Signal Diesel Fuel porcelain pump plate sign, rated 9,
measuring 12 inches in diameter ($5,500).
everyone went home happy.
Rounding out the other top achievers in the petro“It wasn’t our biggest-grossing sale ever,
but it was a fun sale,” Mr. Matthews said. “The liana category, a Vico Motor Oil Pep 88 Gasoline porcelain
motorcycle memorabilia overall commanded nice pump plate sign with great color and gloss and rated nearhigh prices, and that was especially true for the mint at 9+, 10 inches in diameter, topped out at $4,675; and
signs. Certain accessory items totally took me by a Fortune Gasoline porcelain pump plate sign with
surprise. For example, we had a 1939 Harley- Mercury holding a car logo, 12 inches in diameter, rated
Davidson wind sock, 11 inches long, in very good highly at 9, changed hands for $4,400.
Matthews Auctions' next big sale will be the 2013 Fall
condition, that sold for an amazing $4,400.”
Peotone
Petroliana & Automobilia Auction slated for Thursday and
The
Harley
cardboard
sign
was
the
aucThis Harley-Davidson
Friday,
Oct.
17-18, in Peotone, Ill. The event will be Harley-Davidson bottle
tion’s
top-selling
lot.
It
came
with
a
separately
single-sided tin chalkboard
rolled-edge sign, rated 7.5, framed bonus: related documentation that included held prior to the start of the big Chicagoland Petroliana opener/spinner, very rare,
an invoice, a letter on Harley-Davidson stationery & Advertising Show, held twice a year in Peotone. in good condition, with
garnered $4,125.
and an original Harley-Davidson envelope. The Hundreds of lots of petroliana and automobilia, plus a
light wear ($1,045).
documentation showed Harley owed the recipient ten cents, which it hoped to few motorcycle items, will be offered.
Dan Matthews has written a book about petroliana, titled The Fine Art of
resolve by attaching two five-cent stamps to the letter.
Following are additional highlights from the auction. All prices quoted Collecting Petroliana. For information on how to order a copy, please log on to the
Matthews Auctions, LLC website, at www.matthewsauctions.com. For more inforinclude a 10 percent buyer’s premium.
Other Harley lots that did well included a single-sided, rolled edge tin chalk- mation about Matthews Auctions, LLC, and the upcoming Oct. 17-18 sale in
board sign (“Use Genuine Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Oil / Change Every 1,000 Peotone, please log on to www.matthewsauctions.com.
Miles”), rated 7.5 for condition, 24 inches by 17 inches ($4,125); and an embossed
Originals Mall Of Antiques
Annual Flea Market
See you
there!
Originals Mall of
Antiques in Oshkosh will
have its Annual Parking
Lot Flea Market starting
the first Sunday of the
month May 12th thru
October 20th (except July
28th which is during the
EAA weekend) from 8:00
am to 2:00 pm.
The dealers have
many quality collectibles
& antiques. The flow of
customers is steady all
day long & the comments
about the flea market &
the mall are really complimentary.
Originals Mall of
Antiques is located at 1475
Street,
Washburn
S
Oshkosh, WI 54901 920235-0495 or mallofantiques.com
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UPCOMING EVENTS
62nd Fall Wisconsin Antiques Dealers Association
Antiques Show & Sale
OCTOBER 4 & 5 ~ 2013
Fri, 11-9 • Sat, 10-5
Waukesha Expo Center
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188
I-94 (exit #294, Hwy J), South 1 mile to
1000 Northview Rd. Follow signs West to Show
Travel in Time with
Over 55 Quality Dealers ~ Authenticity Guaranteed
Special Education Exhibit:
“Antique Firefighting Memorabilia”
DAYS
CEDARBURG
SUNDAY, OCT. 6TH
Rain or Shine 6 AM - 3 PM
A Cedarburg Volunteer Fire Department
Tradition for over 47 Years
Held at the Cedarburg Fireman’s Park in
Historic Cedarburg, Wisconsin
No Animals Allowed
Free Public Admission • On grounds parking $5
FREE PARKING • GOOD FOOD
414-510-4441
$6.00 Good for both days
($1.00 OFF With This Ad)
www.wisconsinantiquedealers.com
Info: Cedarburg Maxwell Street Days
W65 N796 Washington Ave • 262-377-8412
email: [email protected]
Altrusa’s 34th Annual
SUNDAY at SANDWICH
DOLL ~ TOY ~ ANTIQUE
SHOW & SALE
SAT., OCT 12 • 9:30-3
St. Matthews 225 S. 28th Ave
Antiques Show
Admission $5 ~ Free Parking ~ Children 12/under free
Historic Sandwich Fairgrounds
1401 Suydam Rd, Sandwich, IL
October 13
Adm: $4 • Door Prizes • Food Court
Last Show of The Season!
Info: 715-845-1808
Rain or Shine • Open 8-4 • Food
Maureen 847-321-1712 or Mary 309-310-3596
[email protected]
www.sundayatsandwichantiques.com
COUNTRYSIDE
FLEA MARKET
SUNDAY
OCTOBER 20
Open 8 am to 2 pm
1475 S. Washburn,
Oshkosh, WI
FREE PARKING & ADMISSION
COLLECTORS CLASSIC
TOY SHOW
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2013
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Park Place of Countryside
6240 Joliet Rd., Countyside, IL
Limited Space: Call for reservations
920-235-0495 mallofantiques.com
Free Parking • Door Prizes • Dealers from Coast to Coast
CHICAGOLAND’S
PETROLEUM &
ADVERTISING SHOW
Midwest Antique
& Art Show
BY GAS GUYS PROMOTIONS INC
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2013
8 AM to 1 PM • ADMISSION $5
EarlyBird Buyers 6:30 AM • $20 Entrance Fee
DON’T MISS OUR SPRING SHOW
MARCH 2, 2014
CONTACT: TIM SMITH AT 815-436-4733 OR
EMAIL KEVIN GRECO AT: [email protected]
WEBSITE: GASGUYS1.COM
WILL COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
PEOTONE, ILLINOIS
(35 Miles South of Chicago ~ Exit 327 Off I-57, Then 1 Mile East)
October 6 • 8-3
Admission $6.00 • Preview Adm. 7:30 AM $20.00
Kids 6 to 12 $2.00
Call Jim Welytok 262-366-1314 or
www.uniqueeventsshows.com
The Market for Fine Americana
319-389-7779
and
The Collectors Eye
The Market for Distinctive
Collectibles & Antiques
319-360-4301
SUNDAY, OCT. 27 • 10-4
Expo Center
Hawkeye Downs Fairgrounds
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
$8 Admission for both shows
mwantiqueshow.com
CEDAR RAPIDS
ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE
HAWKEYE DOWNS
FAIRGROUNDS
American Legion Hall
9054 Route U.S. 34
Yorkville, Illinois
4400 6th St. SW • Cedar Rapids, Iowa
70 TABLES OF
DEALERS & DISPLAYS
Friday, 10 am-6 pm • Saturday, 10 am-6 pm
Sunday, 11 am- 4 pm
Sponsored by the Illinois State
Archaeological Society
Info: Ray Fraser 847-347-1719
or Duane Treest 630-385-2806
Vendors Wanted!
WAUSAU, WISCONSIN
Dealer Info: [email protected]
Website: altrusa.org
INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW
39th
Annual Fall
FALL FOX VALLEY
ANTIQUE SHOW
OCTOBER 19 ~ 10 - 5
OCTOBER 20 ~ 10 - 4
Antiques • Decorative Arts
St. Charles, Illinois
Kane County Fairgrounds
55 DEALERS from 14 STATES
Free Parking • Admission $8
Luncheon Available
815-838-0606
www.csada.com
SUNDAY ANTIQUES
MARKET
Americana • Folk Art • Advertising • Textiles
Admission $6 ~ Free Parking ~ 13 & under Free
Interstate Center Main Expo, Bloomington, IL
Exit 160 from I-55 & I-74 Route 9 West
2013
Dates
October 20
450 Vendors • Open 8-4 • Food • No Pets
Call Mike Raycraft 217-202-2847
www.thirdsundaymarket.com
THE BREW CITY
ADVERTISING &
REC ROOM DECOR SHOW
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27 - 2013
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Serb Hall - 5101 W. Oklahoma, Milwaukee, WI
Admission $5.00 • Kids 6-12 $2.00
Preview admission 7:30 a.m. $20.00
Jim Welytok 262-366-1314
Visit our Web Site: www.uniqueeventsshows.com
OCT. 11, 12 & 13
Admission $6.00 • Good All 3 Days
FREE PARKING
507-269-1473 or 641-832-2700
www.iridescenthouse.com
Milwaukee’s
Depression Era
Glass Show
***Location Name Change***
Wiseguys Banquet &
Entertainment Center
formerly Knights of Columbus Hall
3200 S. 103rd St., Milwaukee, WI
Sat., October 19: 10-5 • Adm: $4
Sun., October 20: 11-3 • Adm: $4
Food - Door Prizes - Glass ID
Info: 262-376-9874
Sponsored by the Depression Era
Glass Society of Wisconsin
BADGER MARBLE
CLUB SHOW & SALE
OCTOBER 20
9-2 ~ $2 Admission
Room Trading October 18 & 19
• Howard Johnson•
3841 E Washington Ave, Madison, WI
Reserve now: Mention BMC
PUBLIC WELCOM E ALL 3 DAYS
DEALER TABLES $25 PER TABLE
262-673-5643
www.badgermarbleclub.com
Porter County
Antique Show
SAT., NOVEMBER 2nd
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM CDT
SUN., NOVEMBER 3rd
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM CDT
Porter County Expo Center
215 Division Road
Valparaiso, IN
Over 100 Booths ~ Admission $4
219-241-3328 or porterantiqueshow.com
DEADLINES ARE TUESDAYS @ 5PM
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Milwaukee’s
Scale Auto, Hobby & Toy Show
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Rural Life Antique
Show & Sale
Tuscola, Illinois
Douglas County Museum
700 South Main Street
Serb Hall - 5101 W. Oklahoma, Milwaukee, WI
Admission $5.00 Kids 6-12 $2.00
Preview admission 7:30 a.m. $20.00
Friday, Nov. 8th: 12-6pm
Saturday, Nov. 9th: 8-3pm
For additional information or table availability call
Presenting Great Americana & Folk Art Dealers
Jim Welytok 262-366-1314
Visit our Web Site: www.uniqueeventsshows.com
Info: 217-253-6250
[email protected]
www.rurallifeantiqueshow.com
CHICAGOLAND SHOW
Antique Advertising, Slot Machine & Jukebox
Friday, Nov. 15, 7-5 Dealer Preview $50
Friday Admission Good For All 3 Days One Admission Covers Both Exhibition Halls
Saturday, Nov. 16, 9:30-5 Admission $7
Sunday, Nov. 17, 9:30-3 Admission $7
Pheasant Run Resort ~ ST. CHARLES, IL
Rt. 64, North Ave.: 2 1/2 miles West of Rt. 59, St. Charles, IL
For Discounted Room Rates Call Pheasant Run Resort 800-999-3319
For Dealer Info: Bob Traynoff ~ 847-244-9263
For Show Info: Kevin Greco ~ 815-353-1593
Visit Our Website: www.chicagolandshow.com
Our Famous Annual Holiday Tinley Park
Toy Show is not to be Missed!
T I N L E Y PA R K
TOY S H OW
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2013
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
ROCHESTER, MN
MAYO CIVIC CENTER
FLEA MARKET
November 17
Sunday 10-4
MAYO CIVIC CENER
30 Civic Center Dr
Dealers can drive in to unload & to load out!
Townsend Promotions
Antique Show-Sale
Marathon Park’s E. Gate Hall
1201 Stewart Ave.
WAUSAU
Sat. 9-5
Sun. 10-4
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Nov.
9-10
35 Booths
Quality Antiques &
Collectables from 1870 thru
1970. See Yesteryear’s
charm, history & quality.
Crystal -China repaired on site!
Hwy 39/51 to Exit 192; East 1/2 mi.
Info: AR Promotions • 715-355-5144
www.antiqueshowsinwis.com
57th Annual Holiday
ANTIQUE SHOW
& SALE
Friday, November 22 ~ 10-8pm
Saturday, November 23 ~ 9-4pm
Rock Garden Banquet &
Confrence Center
1951 Bond St., Green Bay, WI
Green Bay-DePere Antiquarian Society
www.antiquariansocitetygbdp.org
THE BREW CITY
ADVERTISING &
REC ROOM DECOR SHOW
ROCHESTER, MN
MAYO CIVIC CENTER
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8 - 2013
From Antique to New
There’s A Toy Here For You!
Serb Hall - 5101 W. Oklahoma, Milwaukee, WI
Jim Welytok 262-366-1314
Visit our Web Site: www.uniqueeventsshows.com
Holiday
641-832-2700 507-269-1473
Tinley Park High School
6111 W 175th St. • Tinley Park, Illinois
Admission $6.00 Kids 6-12 $2.00
Preview admission 7:30 a.m. $20.00
For additional information or table availability call
“PA R K ”
The
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Admission $5.00 • Kids 6-12 $2.00
Preview admission 7:30 a.m. $20.00
Jim Welytok 262-366-1314
Visit our Web Site: www.uniqueeventsshows.com
DID YOU KNOW:
Tennessee is bordered
by 8 states: Alabama,
Arkansas, Georgia,
Kentucky, Mississippi,
Missouri,
North Carolina and
Virginia - more than
any other in the US
Indian Artifact Show
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10th
8-3pm ~ FREE Admission
• Educational Displays
• Bring in Artifact finds
for expert indentification
Located in the
Sponsored by:
Illinois State
Blackhawk
Center
Archaeological
Society
1101 Jefferson St., Oregon, IL
For more information call 815-332-4001
Kalamazoo Circus Maximus
Antique Toy &
Collectible Show
SATURDAY, November 29th, 2013
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Michigan Fair Grounds
2900 Lake Street • Kalazazoo, Michigan
Admission $6.00 under 12 free
Preview admission Friday, November 23rd 4-8pm $30.00
From Antique to New
There’s A Toy Here For You!
For additional information or table availability call
Jim Welytok 262-366-1314
www.circusmaximustoyshow.com
DEADLINES ARE
TUESDAYS @ 5PM
FLEA MARKET
December 15
Sunday 10-4
MAYO CIVIC CENER
30 Civic Center Dr
Dealers can drive in to unload & to load out!
Townsend Promotions
641-832-2700 507-269-1473
Top Of The Class
Antiques Show
Jan. 30th-Feb. 2nd
Friday 30th ~ 5-8pm
Saturday 1st ~ 10-5pm
Sunday 2nd ~ 10-4pm
$5 Admission
NORMAL, ILLINOIS
Illinois State University
100 N University St.
topoftheclassantiques.com
309-438-2872
ZURKO’S MIDWEST
PROMOTIONS
2013 Show Schedule
OCTOBER
Oct. 5 (Saturday) 27th Annual Eagle River, WI Downtown Antique Market; during the “Massive” Cranberry Fest
Oct. 6 (Sun.) “Harvest Fest” Flea Market & Car Show; Shawano, WI Fairgrounds
Oct. 12 & 13 (Sat. & Sun.) Antique Market; Lake County Fairgrounds, Grayslake, IL
Oct. 13 (Sunday) Antique Market; Centreville, MI-Fairgrounds M-86
Oct. 26 (Saturday Nite) 3rd Annual “Haunted Halloween Flea Market” “Late-Niter”
3pm-Midnight; DuPage County Fairgrounds, Wheaton, IL
NOVEMBER
Nov. 9 & 10 (Sat. & Sun.) Antique Market; Lake County Fairgrounds, Grayslake, IL
Nov. 16 (Saturday) Antique Flea Market (Winter- Season Opener); DuPage County
Fairgrounds, Wheaton, IL
Nov. 30 & Dec. 1 (Sat. & Sun.) Antique & Collectibles Fair; DuPage EXPO, St. Charles, IL
DECEMBER
Dec. 7 & 8 (Sat. & Sun.) Antique Market; Lake County Fairgrounds; Grayslake, IL
Dec. 21 (Saturday) Antique Flea Market; DuPage County Fairgrounds, Wheaton, IL
Jan. 4th & 5th New Year 2013 Holiday Antique Market; Dupage EXPO, St. Charles, IL
Info: 715-526-9769
www.zurkopromotions.com
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• SHAWANO • • EAGLE RIVER • • SHAWANO • • GRAYSLAKE •
43rd Big Season for Flea Market ANTIQUE MARKET
Harvest Fest Flea Market/Car Show SUNDAYS
SAT. OCT. 5
SUN. OCT. 6
Every Sunday 7-4/$2 • Early Admission $10
Hours: Sat. 7-4 • During “Cranberry Fest”
Sunday 7-4/$2 • Early Admission $10
SHAWANO COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
DOWNTOWN EAGLE RIVER
SHAWANO, WISCONSIN
(990 E Green Bay St. or Hwy 29)
EAGLE RIVER, WI
SHAWANO COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
SHAWANO, WISCONSIN
(990 E Green Bay St. or Hwy 29)
ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE MARKET
OCT. 12-13
2nd Sun. & Sat. Before
HOURS: Sat. 10-4 • Sun. 8-3/$7 • Early Sat. 8-10/$25
LAKE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
GRAYSLAKE, ILLINOIS
(Rt. 83/1060 E. Peterson Rd.)
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THE ACTION CLASSIFIEDS
WANTED
WANTED
MOVIE POSTERS WANTED: 1-Sheets,
3-Sheets, lobby cards, displays, banners, glass slides. Dwight Cleveland, PO
Box 10922, Chicago, IL 60610-0922.
773-525-9152 or Fax 773-525-2969.
E-mail: [email protected]
WANTED
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$10,000 ++ & UP
1930B
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WANTED...
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*Helmets * Daggers * Medals
* Flags * Uniforms * Wings
* Knives * Swords * Guns
1911C
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DEADLINES ARE
TUESDAYS @ 5PM
FOR SALE
*U.S. * German * Japanese
*Civil War * Span-Am * W.W.I
* W.W. II * Korea * Vietnam
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Call Jerry 414-727-1190
Email: [email protected]
TELEPHONES: Over 85 Different
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FREE catalogue. We now offer our
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1940’S DAISY RED RYDER B-B
RIFLES w/wood stocks, marked
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Write: Beets, PO Box 457, Gardner, KS
66030
1912P
General Store Antique Mall of
Kewaskum, WI will have a LARGE
SALE OF BEER ITEMS from West
Bend Lithia, Storck Beer of Slinger,
WI. Booth 210, call Jim 262-338-6739
or 262-626-2885
1911P
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• Wednesday October 16 •
• Thursday October 24 •
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Liebe Auction Service: Estate Auction, 5 PM,
105 South Pine St., Weyauwega, WI 920-8673352 E-mail: [email protected]
www.liebeauctionservice.com See page 13 of
Auction Action Antique News Issue #1911
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• Wednesday October 30 •
• Wednesday October 9 •
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Matthews Auctions LLC: 2 Day Fall Peotone
Auction, Oct. 17, 6 PM & Oct. 18, 11:30 AM,
Will Co. Fairgrounds, 710 West St., Peotone, IL
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• Thursday October 31 •
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• Saturday October 19 •
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222 Center Street ~ Lake Geneva, WI
VAN’S ANTIQUES
N1937 Hwy 14, Walworth, WI
262-215-1935
Open 7 days
262-248-8474
i l o v e f un k y s . c o m
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
Everything (over $20) is on Sale
*Antiques*Clothing*Jewelry*Furniture*Gifts
Friday 1-5pm & Saturday 11-5pm
www.vansantiques.com
Stacy’s Corners Store
A Unique Shopping Experience!
Antiques*Folk Art*Americana*Fascinating Gifts*Books
*Local History*Decorative Accessories*Seasonal Holiday Items*& Much More!
Your gift destination for birthdays, showers,
anniversaries & all special events!
800 North Main Street (2-doors south of Geneva Rd. traffic light), Glen Ellyn, Illinois
630-469-1867 ~ Open Tuedays-Saturday 10-5pm, Sunday 1-5pm
Stacy’s Tavern Museum
Be sure to visit our historic, award winning tavern museum, an
1846 traveler’s inn & stagecoach stop adjacent to Stacy’s Corners Store.
630-469-1867 ~ Open Wednesdays & Sundays 1:30-4:30pm
Sunday, October 27th, 2013 ~ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Hawkeye Downs Fairgrounds
4400 6th Street SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Just off I-380 Exit #17)
$8.00 Admission ~ Free Parking
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A New MONTHLY Market of Quality Antiques,
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* Held at the Historic Sandwich Fair Grounds *
FINAL SHOW
OF 2013
SEASON
October 13
Show Hours:
8 am - 4 pm
Admission $5.00
Children 12 and under FREE!
Sandwich Fair Grounds
1401 Suydam Road
Sandwich, IL 60548
Held Rain or Shine • Free Parking
Food Available • ATM • No Pets
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CEDAR RAPIDS
ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE
HAWKEYE DOWNS FAIRGROUNDS
4400 6th St. SW • Cedar Rapids, Iowa
OCTOBER 11, 12 & 13, 2013
FRIDAY 10 am-6 pm • SATURDAY 10am-6pm
SUNDAY 11am - 4 pm
Paintings, Primitives, Bookends, Doorstops,
Coins, Autographs, Toys, Postcards, Jewelry,
Victorian, Pottery, Art Glass, Silver Matching,
Civil War, Historical, Advertising & More!
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39th Fall Fox Valley Antiques Show
October 19th & 20th, 2013
Saturday 10-5
Sunday 10-4
www.csada.com
Donna Finegan
Antiques
Booth 34
Palatine, Illinois
847-991-3911
donnafineganantiques.com
Mid 19th century American rust and
cream striped wool blanket and a
brown and cream cotton feather tick
possibly PA in origin. A 18th century
red painted six board blanket chest
and a brown painted sea chest. A mid
19th century signed iron kettle.
Somerville’s Antiques
THE 39TH
FALL FOX VALLEY
ANTIQUES SHOW
Booth
38
262-348-0157 or [email protected]
Jim & Earla Somerville
Presents
FOLK ART: SIMPLE PLEASURES
55 Dealers from 14 States.
Authentic 18th, 19th and
early 20th Century antiques.
Christmas
of Olde
Author Tina Woltman will be signing her
book at the Fox Valley Antiques Show.
The author’s love of Christmas & all things
old inspired her to write & co-publish her
first book, “An Early Christmas”, in 2011.
Appealing to both antique & holiday
collectors, it sold out immediately. The same
fate is predicted for “Christmas of Olde”,
so come to the show & get your copy!
Stunning TIGER
MAPLE Queen Ann
18th C. LOWBOY,
New England Estate,
27-1/2"T X 34-1/2L X 20"W.
Primitive circa
1920 FOLK-ART
wooden airplane,
wing span 36 1/2", length 27".
Wonderful BURLWOOD
BOWL, American Ash, early
19th C., Maine origin
13-1/2”D X 4-3/4"T.
Civil War period
FOLK/TRAMP Art small
dowery trunk, interesting
decoration and appeal,
25"L X 14"T X 12"W.
18th & 19th c. Country Furniture • Quilts • Folk Art
Booth 14
VIRGINIA LARSEN at
Sign Of The Whale Antiques
558 Crescent Boulevard,
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
(Shop) 630-469-5320
(Home) 630-469-2016
www.signofthewhaleantiques.com
Small Decorated
Scandinavian Trunk.
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October 19 & 20 ~ 2013
Booth
18
Sat. 10-5 & Sun. 10-4
Scott’s Antiques
Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin
414-332-8184
[email protected]
[email protected]
Tis the season .... Large variety of early German holiday items.
Double-sided gameboard, signed & dated
on the reverse "The Owl Gameboard,
Trade Mark Chicago, Patented
September 24, 1901," great graphics on
both sides, nets in corners, 28-1/4"
square, in excellent original condition.
Spring Hill Farm Antiques
Booth 41
[email protected]
Oil on canvas, Prize cow “Fanta”
from Fort Atkinson, 34” x 24”.
Oil on canvas by Alfred Montgomery,
“Sheep”, 38” x 28”.
Prairie Dock Antiques
Booth
36
Booth
#35
Antiques at Hillwood
www.antiquesathillwoodfarms.com
815-645-8140 or [email protected]
Copper, full-bodied, prancing horse
weathervane “Blackhawks”, solid
copper cast head, original gilt
surface with verdigris.
Probable Harris & Co.,
Boston, MA, Ca. 1870.
Federal Sheraton
chest with graphic
tiger maple &
exceptional form,
Ca. 1810.
815-238-0187
[email protected]
Pilgrim Joined
Two Drawer
blanket Chest Origin:
Connecticut River
Valley 17th Century....
1670-1700 Wigged Man
Portrait above painted
in the 18th Century.
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328 S. Fulton Street, Princeton, WI 54968
Hwy. 23 & 73 • 920-295-3475
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Open 7:30-5
Flea Market Saturdays
Northland
“Grape
Arbor”
amethyst
#13922
12”H, $625.
Dlr PPR
Mid 1800’s
white pine bar,
8-1/2’L, ready for your
bar, $2,395. Dlr COF
Moon & Stars
Amberina canister set,
$155 all. Dlr JJD
Cast Iron andiron of a
Hessian Soldier, $225.
Dlr PPR
Antique child’s
painted willow
chair, $100.
Dlr OKS
Antique Lemon
Hart Rum
advertising,
$400. Dlr OKS
Mid 1800’s
walnut server, one
large drawer, (2) door storage
below, camferred two board
back, $695. Dlr COF
What a funny ashtray, this deco
style ashtray is from the
Federal Machine & Welder Co.,
Warren, Ohio, $119. Dlr WAM
Green painted berry rake,
$145. Dlr MAL
1930’s Motion
lamp waterfall,
$110. Dlr DA
“Atlantic” Motor Oil
sign, porcelain,
$800 firm. Dlr WS
Ansonia
“Tilbury” porcelain
clock, just cleaned &
serviced, $325. Dlr DA
Primitive tool box,
$125. Dlr AJ
Arts & Crafts oak
table, mortised &
pegged, 35” x 66”,
$950. Dlr JJD
John Deere Model
D65 pedal tractor
w/trailer, all original,
$275. Dlr WAM
Pair of porcelain
busts, $50 each.
Dlr HON
This is a true
harvest table
w/folding legs so it could be
stored in between threshing
crew meals, original red paint,
28” x 8’, $695. Dlr MAL
Green slag glass
lamp w/figural
base, $399.
Dlr AJ
Pennzoil sign, nice! $425. Dlr WS
Incredible store display
aluminum boat, 42-1/2”L,
c. 1940-50’s, very detailed!
all original! $1,895.