Dental Equipment, 70HP Outboard, Guns, Tools, & Much More!
Wednesday, July 15th, 1:00 p.m.
More details & pictures to come on will be added throughout the weekend and Monday!
1st Arena: 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Antiques & Collectibles: Large collection of vintage dental equipment including: vintage dentist chair, chairside accessories including light,spit bowl,water pick, supplies, & tools, out of estate of Dr. Lake, long-time New Haven dentist; Marlin Model No. 19-G 12 gauge pump-action shotgun, cycles freely; Winchester Model 68 .22 short, lever action rifle; Vintage break-open double barrel shotgun; x12 Quaker State motor oil, quart cans; Breath-O-Life emergency oxygen; Assorted cups and saucers, including Bavarian and Queen Anne; Vintage darts game, with box; 7″ tall Hummel; German metal cocktail swords; 1928 Southwestern State Teachers College yearbook; 1932 Indiana University yearbook; Brass duck; Cast iron bank; DA-Brite film/slide viewer; Rocky Mountain 32-A slide viewer; Western German drafting kit; Indiana University 1976 Perfect Season book; Assortment of U.S. Navy insignia, metal, & cap; Vintage Singer sewing machine; Assorted fanciwork; Southwestern-style rug; Large assortment of buttons; Vintage children’s cowboy gun belt; Stanley canteen; Ball & mason jars; Paul Ruhl Furniture vintage baseball uniform; Victor adding machine, Model 7 83 4, with cover; Vintage New Haven High School band jacket; Decorware red poppy canister set & cake carrier; Assorted quilts, some not completed; GE Vortalex cage fan; Copper and enamel double boiler; 20″ diameter antique saw blade; x2 15″ diameter antique saw blades; L.C. Smith & Brothers typewriter, Model 2-ASN; Vintage electrified hanging lamp with ruby shade; Wabash egg case, made by Wabash Fibre Box Co., Terre Haute, IN; Milk bottle carrier with 6 local milk bottles; Lasko portable room cooler; Assortment of Longaberger baskets; Carved wooden duck & bison; Assortment of studio cards & antique photo albums; Crosley clock radio; Large copper boiler; Vintage guitar; Assortment of cast iron skillets, including griswold; Community silver plate flatware in box; Assortment of antique tools, including brass, trowel, & oil cans; Snoopy music box; Assortment of vintage postcards; Smith-Corona silent typewriter with case; Premiere paper-cutter; Assortment of silver plate serving pieces; x8 Sterling-weighted candlesticks and bud vase; English carving set with 6 steak knives; x2 Vintage hand-mixers; Assortment of vintage and retro spectacles; Westclox desk alarm clock; Vintage leather briefcase; Mounted deer head, 8 point buck; Spanish matador, oil on board, 59″ x 20″, signed Carlo in lower left; Oil on board “Spain of Old” 41″ x 30″; Oil on canvas, boat scene, 47″ x 23″, signed Verhage in lower right; Antique yardlong photo; Oil on canvas, flower painting, 23″ x 17″, signed M. Bailey in lower right; Ouija board, complete; GE AM clock radio; Tinker toy construction set, like new;
Glass & Pottery: HIRA China service of 12, Ridgewood pattern; Capodimonte-style candlestick; Pyrex mixing bowls; Hall Rose parade creamer and sugar; Thun blueware teapot; Hall primrose bowl; Assortment of amber glass; Assortment of pink depression glass; Ruby stained candy dishes; Hall red poppy covered casserole & bowls; Pyrex primary color mixing bowls; J&G Meakin iron stone coffee pot; Cobalt carnival 3-footed bowl; Sterling base etched bowl; Assortment of Paul teapots; x2 art glass paper weights, 1 by Monte Dunlavy; Fenton hand-painted satin plate, with original price tag, sticker, & artist signature; Assortment of Candlewick pieces including divided relish, nappy, creamer & sugar; Harris pottery 11″ vase; Hull 8.5″ vase; Large assortment of clear glass; 27″ Italian art glass decanter with stopper; Murano covered candy dish; Service of 12 Christmas china, Poinsettia & Ribbons; 14″ diameter punch bowl & 12 cups; 21″ orange free-form art glass vase; Nemadji Pottery 5.5″ diameter vase; x2 Art glass swans; 4″ green hobnail vase; Large collection of Franciscan china;
Electronics, Housewares, & Misc.: Assorted Vera Bradley bags and wallets; Mary Dunbar porcelain doll; Assortment of vintage Zenith radios; Rock ’em, Sock ’em robots; Costco step-stool; Large assortment of NIB merchandise, including Betty Spaghetty, Simpsons, Cherished Teddies, Beanie Babies; Approximately 2 dozen Barbie dolls NIB and accessories; Assortment of modern costume jewlery; Assortment of ladies leather purses; iRobot floor cleaner;
2nd Arena: 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Tools & Lawn Supply: Chrysler 70 hp 3 cylinder outboard motor with control; 6.5 hp Toro lawn mower; Shop Smith with accessories; Montgomery Ward air compressor; Lo-Blo air broom with Wisconsin motor; Jaguar ladies bike; Pool pump and filter;
Antique & Vintage Furniture (5:00-6:00): Antique drop front secretary with flame motif; 2 piece kitchen hutch; Secretary desk with mirror & glass front cabinet; Antique 4 drawer chest of drawers; x4 Red vinyl top bar stools;
Modern Furniture & Appliances (5:00-6:00):Univeral Furniture lighted side board with hutch, glass front doors, mirrored back; Glass front china cabinet; Dining table with 6 chairs, including 2 captain’s chairs & leaf; x2 Round coffee tables; Large assortment of bamboo furniture, including chaise, chairs, sofa, lamp tables, coffee table, & more; Hammary ladies writing desk; Lane cedar chest; Large selection of complete bedroom suites; Modern hand-painted rocking chair; Dining table with 6 chairs; Large assortment of sofas, loveseats, & side chairs; Taylor Made desk, oval;
Electronics, Housewares, & Misc.: Hammond organ; Maytag washer; Westinghouse gas dryer; White refrigerator; Pioneer VSX Receiver; x2 CalComp 1043 printer;
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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