FWCS Surplus, Appliances, Primitives, Tools, Small Business Liquidation, & Much More!
Wednesday, February 15th, 1:00 p.m.
1st Arena: 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Antiques & Collectibles: Falstaff Beer crate with brown bottles; Cherry pitter; Cast iron nutcracker; x2 Straight razors; Enamelware pots; 3 Gallon crock jug; Selection of Shiny Brite ornaments; Ertl Sears semi; Mickey Mantle baseball bat; x2 Coca-Cola trays; x2 Coleman lanterns; Dietz No. 40 red globe lantern; American Electric Co. monophone & ringer box; Western Union telegraph signal; Westclox electric clock; Large assortment of cast iron primitives many Wagner, including skillets, tea kettle, and more; Assortment of country kitchen primitives, including utensils, rolling pins, sifters, etc.; Selection of buttons and dress patterns; 12 Gallon crock; Coleman reservoir lamp; Selection of silverplate & stainless flatware; Case XX pocket knife with 4″ blades; x5 Pocket knives; Flying for Victory color book; x2 croquet sets; Vintage metronome; George Washington cut plug chewing tobacco tin; Oil lamps; Various Coca-Cola advertising; Philco transistor radio; 13″ Cast iron school bell; 24-Drawer steel index organizer; Jarts, in box; Morning Glory metal crate with various bottles; 24″ Leaded glass suncatcher; RCA Victor transistor radio; Zenith AM/FM radio; Assortment of mantle & desk clocks including Seth Thomas, Westclox, GE, and Sessions; 8 Gallon crock (not perfect); All Star clarinet in case; States of the Union bronze collector’s coin set; Coleman double burner portable camp stove; Large selection of hardcover books; 1950’s Japanese Hakata Urasaki figurines; Selection of oriental dolls; Popular Mechanics, Modern Mechanics, & The Mentor vintage magazines; Retro desk lamp; Horse haines; Ghand Master scissors; Abraham Lincoln framed print; JFK tapestry; Brass torch; Copper boats, cars, windmill, & more; Jason telescope; Collection of 1930’s Needlecraft magazines; Indiana University golf bag; Vintage postcards & stereoscope cards; PRR ephemera; WWII newspapers; Oriental vertical wall hanging tapestry; Oriental silk kimono; Feed sacks; Order of the Eastern Star Bible; 42×30 oil on canvas creek painting; University of Virginia framed watercolor; Assorted vintage framed prints, some signed; Holly Time tree turner;
Glass & Pottery: Clear glass candlesticks; Green hobnail rose bowl; Cups and saucers set, service of 6; Clear and yellow etched stemware; x3 Luster vases; Black hand-painted Westmoreland plates; Amberina crackle glass pitcher; Anchor Hocking salad bowl; Orange Moon & Stars covered candy; Fenton amber bud vase; Candlewick divided bowl and sugar dish; Olde Virginia Glass amber covered candy; Fire-King Jadite saucers and creamer; Westmoreland, Smith, and other milkglass, amber, & clear animals on nests, including turkeys, hens, swans, roosters, and ducks; Yellow depression glass divided plates and oval trays; Chateau modern china service; Selection of art glass vases; Porcelain lavabo; Unsigned artist made pottery tea service; McCoy cowboy boot planter; Artist signed art glass pottery serving pieces; Angola, Indiana ruby cut-to-clear shakers; Occupied Japan tea cups and saucers; Lenox collector Christmas plates; Assorted Bavarian painted porcelain pieces; x2 Lenox vases; Art glass paperweight; Porcelain flower frog frog; Assorted cups and saucers sets; Steubenville Fairlane pottery china service;
Electronics, Housewares, & Misc.: Heat Wave heater; Selection of Harmony Kingdom Treasure Jests; Adam Binder figurines; Selection of plush animals, including Beanie Babies; x2 Simpsons toys in box; G.I. Joe Friendship VII, in box; Bionaire air filter; Patton electric heater; Charming Tales by Fitz and Floyd figurines; CD’s; DVD’s; Disney VHS tapes; Millennium Princess Barbie, in box; Large selection of stainless flatware; Huge assortment of men’s ties, mostly silk including modern & vintage themes; Panasonic video camera;
2nd Arena: 4:00-6:00 p.m.
FWCS Surplus (5:00-6:00): x2 7′ tall rack mount switch cabinets with components; 54″ 3-section lockers; x2 QuickSet tripods; Skutt electric kiln, model 231; Duncan Teacher-Plus electric kiln, model KM400; Large selection of tables, office chairs, desks, lobby couches, and more; Large selection of 5′ power strips; 6′ x 4′ glass display cabinet;
Appliances (5:00-6:00): x3 Dishwashers, including stainless steel KitchenAid; Stainless steel KitchenAid electric stove & microwave; Maytag white electric double oven; Amana washer & electric dryer; Maytag washer; Maytag front load washer; Kenmore front load electric dryer; x2 Kenmore electric dryers; x2 GE side-by-side refrigerators; x2 Upright freezers
Tools & Outdoor (4:00-5:00): Craftsman snow thrower; Selection of store returned power tools, including Ridgid shop vacs, Porter-Cable air compressor, Ryobi tile saw, Homelite electric chainsaw, Broan range hoods, and various other tools; x8 Bicycles, including kids’ and ladies’ bicycles; x2 Battery operated mowers; Selection of hand tools, including wrenches, sockets, screwdrivers, and more
Small Business Liquidation (5:00-6:00): Retail display coolers; “The Breeze” cotton candy machine; Cabinets; Turbo Air under-counter refrigerator, model TUR-28SD; x9 Cafe table and chair sets; Cretors coder/mixer, model CMT5A-X; Onkyo receiver; Structural Concepts retail display cooler, model HOU3852R; Structural Concepts retail display cooler, model HV74R; X2 Structural Concepts retail display cooler, model HV48; Cretors popcorn warmer, model CSW483A-G-CZ; Various stainless steel wire shelves
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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