Bronze statues, much more!
Wednesday, November 12th, 1:00 p.m.
1st Arena: 1:00-5:00 pm
Bear Collection:Large bronze by Mark Hopkins titled “Catch of the Day”; “Bear Hug” sculpture by Joe Slockbower #362/2500; Collection of various bear sculptures and figurines including 16″ brass, 14″ wood carved bear by Don Rutledge; Slockbower black bear resin figurine; Franklin Mint “Grizzly” porcelain figurine;
Antiques & Collectibles: Approx. 100 New Orleans Saints 1960’s Doubloons; Approx. 180 New Orleans Mardi Gras Doubloons 1930’s- 1970’s; Thousands of antique/vintage post cards, aviation, NASA, railroad, regional, mostly organized by content/region; Dozens of vintage railroad photographs; Dozens of early 1900’s letterheads, order forms and receipts from Indianapolis companies including: John Deere plow company, Evans milling company, The Machine & Steel pulley company; WWII campaign metals; Indy 500 program 1965; Large amount of ephemera including: J.I. Case manuals, St. Joseph manufacturing company Mishawaka 1893 and other local items; Mens hat from Patterson fletcher in Fort Wayne in box; Box of Eagle Bakelite socket adaptors; 2 jade carved foo dogs; Stereo view with small stack of Christian cards; Seth Thomas metronome; Selection of vintage enamel ware and blue swirl canister set; ; American Fostoria including sherbets, cups and saucers; Cast iron skillets including Wagner Ware; Texas Ware confetti mixing bowl; Art nouveau metal jewelry box; Royal Dalton lady figurines: Alison, Fragrance; Occupied Japan porcelain figurines; Limoge France porcelain ink well; 4 vintage Cinnabarr covered boxes; Several vintage crocks; Primatives; William A. Rogers silver overlay flatware in box; Tutorplate by Oneida silverplate flatware; Fireking custard glass covered casserole and trivet; box of vintage fishing reels including shakespear, barhoff, south bend #450, Langley target and others; vintage Visable Brand glass mail box, good shape; embossed pottery pitcher by G. Munder Keramik Austria; Victrola Victor Talking machine, model # VV-IX; Large amount of Dept. 56 Snowbabies in boxes! Coca-Cola Christmas ornaments; Martha Holcombe black americana figures; Hallmark Christmas ornaments; Model airplane parts, controller; 8 Boyd’s Yesterdays Child dolls in boxes; Boyd’s Bears Christmas ornaments; Precious Moments dolls NIB; Large selection of baskets;
Glass & Pottery: 3 vintage signed St. Clair paperweights; Pukeberg Swedish paperweight; Pyrex covered refrigerator dishes; Pyrex sunflower casserole; Old decanter embossed with old i.w. Harper missing stopper; Covered French porcelain handled dish; 2 Royal Dalton, Minton bone china figures, Grecian Dancer and Geisha; Art glass to include: amberina, and other hand pulled vases, craackle glass pitcher, 3 Murano ash trays, Bohemian crystal shot glass set, Imperial & Fenton pieces, Westmoreland; Large selection of milk glass; Vintage mushroom decanter and spice set, made in Japan; Character glasses;
Electronics, Housewares, & Misc: Costume jewelry/ watches; 4 Optimus pro lx5;
Vintage Toys: Large collection of Auburn and other rubber cars including Disney; 2 Schylling tin wind up cars in box; 1925 Sedan tin friction toy, made in Japan; Atomic arcade pinball in box; Ertl I.H. front loader/ back hoe; Vintage Tonka trucks; Nylint dump truck; Muscle Machine die cast hot rods; Cast iron motorcycle cop; 2 tin litho wind up motorcycles; Pair of 1974 Star Trek Communicators; strombecker road racing kit; Vintage J.C. Higgens wooden wheeled roller skates; Bachmann Emmitt Kelley Jr. circus train set; Collection of die cast cars and modern tin toys;
2nd Arena: 4:00-6:00 pm
Tool and Outdoor: Delta Rockwell Heavy Duty Shaper Series #43-340, Craftsman Tablesaw heavy duty, Foley Belsaw planer-molder 5hp, bores up to 12 3/8″ wide x 6 1/4″ thick, Rockwell Delta radial arm saw, Rockwell Delta heavy duty drill press S. 15-655, Rockwell heavy duty drill press S. 15-081, x2 Rockwell bandsaws, newer Craftsman 2.7hp tablesaw in GREAT shape, Larin vise, HDC 4″ belt sander/6″ disc sander, newer Tool Shop cutout tool in case, Central Forge milling/drill press vise, newer Waterloo workbench, Max Mayer type-M6 cutter?, Poulan Pro 6.75hp 21″ cut self-propelled push mower, Very nice Yard Machines 3.5hp snowblower model #31b-140-000, various concrete lawn ornaments including deer & swan, Poulan Wild Thing chainsaw, Huffy Green Machine kid’s big wheel tricycle, Huffy Incline ladie’s 18speed mountain bike, Speedway Series 12 speed benchtop drill press, Biscuit jointer, Dremel benchtop jigsaw, Dremel 400XPR, Ryobi gas string trimmer, Craftsman EZ router, Sunbeam propane grill, Shopcraft 10″ bandsaw, RC airplane in pieces, more power tools and hand tools
Modern Furniture & Appliance: Speed Queen heavy duty washer and electric dryer; Lift recliner; Flex Steel floral sofa; Double recliner love seat; pair of pink wing back chairs; Maple open hutch; Norwalk floral sofa; 3 dinette sets; 3 piece oak coffee end table set; Brass floor lamp, several table lamps; full/ queen sized bedroom suite; 3 sets of mattress/ box spring, queen and full; Sofa sleeper with matching wing back; Variety of shelves, side tables, and accent pieces;
Antique & Vintage Furniture: 1930’s vanity and mirror; Antique buffet with mirrored back carved uprights, painted blue; American Eagle cedar chest; 1 drawer oak kitchen table; 6 legged drop leaf table; 1930’s chest of drawers with bakelite pulls; East Lake slant front desk, as found; Oak refractory table and 5 chairs; full size spool bed; Antique writing desk; Various antique chairs; 2 metal school desks; cast iron table; 3 piece cast aluminum patio set; Cast irion end table;
Antiques, Housewares, & Misc:
Still unpacking! Check back here – items added up to day of auction!
Preview: Tuesday 9-4
Removal: Day of auction, and Thursday 8-5
Auction Terms and Conditions
Payment will be accepted by cash or check; Visa or Mastercard will be accepted with a 3% additional fee. There is a 10% buyer’s premium charged for all items. Indiana sales tax of 7% will be charged, unless you provide a valid exemption certificate. All items will be sold as-is, where-is, with no warranties expressed or implied; buyers are responsible for inspecting items before purchase.
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