Royal Dux Figurines, Jadeite, Longaberger, & More!
Wednesday, June 10th, 1:00 p.m.
1st Arena: 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Antiques & Collectibles: Small cast iron pieces including owls, horses, furniture, and more; 50+ pieces of Longaberger baskets including large, small, and everything in between; x3 vintage Coca-Cola wood crates; Aluminum Christmas tree in box with stand; Fisher-Price toys; 29″ boy and girl chalk statue by Sarti?; 4′ bull horns mounted; Black & White blended scotch electronic barking dogs; Bar Open sign; “Buy Yale Coffees” crate/ box with hinged lid, very cool; Brown medicine bottles; Red wood handled ketchen utensils; Sherman silverplate serving pieces and other silverplate pieces; Set of 1847 Rogers Bros. silverplate; Awesome Seth Thomas mantle clock; Eastern Star 10k gold ring; Costume jewelry; Vintage clown head and cover for helium tank, creepy and cool; Gumball machine on stand; Oil lamps, Ball jars, and kitchen primitives; 4 large globes; Large 2 man saw; Vintage metal farm equipment toys; Many Auburn Rubber firetrucks; 2′ slant front glass display case;
Glass & Pottery: Royal Dux figurines; Edelstein Bavaria Maria-Theresio Mass Rose china service; RS Prussia blue portrait chocolate service for 4; Set of Jadeite including: x36 dinner plates, x5 ruffled edge dinner plates, x8 mugs, x8 saucers, x12 7″ plates, and x75 4 3/4″ bowls; Painted porcelain shakers; N. Grieser painted creamer and sugar; Fiesta pieces including: napkin holder, large 15″ plate, 12″ bowl, and 2 Millennium vases; W.C. Co 12″ pitcher; Assorted pieces of Ironstone; 5 piece clear glass canister set; 6″ crystal bowl; Set of 8 Lefton “Gold Wheat” mugs and saucers; Service of 12 Noritake china missing some; Aristo Craft by West Bend champagne rose china; Baccarat elephant; Poppytrail by Metlox china service of 12; Pyrex graduated mixing bowls; Vaseline glass; Assortment of depression glass;
Electronics, Housewares, & Misc.: Poulan 18″ gas chain saw; 26 quarts of 10w40 Chevron oil; 6″ bench grinder; Breadman Ultimate bread maker; Snap-On MTG2500 graphing scanner in case; Complete table of new merchandise including Barbies, super hero lunch boxes, and more;
2nd Arena: 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Tools & Lawn Supply:230 amp Buz Box welder; 3 sets of water skis; Industrial shelving/ garage shelving; x2 workbenches with tool boxes; 2 head work light; 2 wheel dolly;
Antique & Vintage Furniture (5:00-6:00): Cane sided wood framed chair; Mid-sized mission rocker; x4 carved back dining chairs; Turned spindle high chair; Awesome vintage kitchen cabinet, white and red with flour bin, roll top bread box and enamel top, very cool; Antique dining room suite by Lenoir, including 5 legged table with leaf and 6 chairs, buffet, china hutch, and server; Vintage enameled top kitchen table with pull out leafs; Antique wood ornate chest of drawers; Small telephone chair/ table; Large steamer trunk, good condition; Child school desk/chair; 2 mid-century reproduction Victorian parlor chairs; Awesome scrolled wood ladies writing desk, fine carvings and fret work; Vintage mahogany curved front corner cabinet; Vintage reproduction dry sink with porcelain pulls; Antique dining room suite; Unique leather-top demilune drop leaf coffee table;
Modern Furniture & Appliances (5:00-6:00):Magic Chef standard refrigerator; Oak finish tilt dressing mirror with jewelry cabinet; Gibson upright freezer; Futon; Large round reading upholstered chair and a half; Overstuffed suede recliner; La-Z-Boy pink recliner; Wide assortment of small chairs, tables, upholstered chairs, chests, dressers and more; Statton Queen Anne Style drop leaf table; Pro-Form clean treadmill, very nice condition; 3 person porch swing with canopy; Contemporary metal and glass dining table with 4 chairs; Fire ring; Vintage large cedar blanket chest; Porch glider; Round pub table with 4 chairs; Rolling 2 door cabinet;
Electronics, Housewares, & Misc.:Assortment of traffic lights;
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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