Wilder Estate, 100s of Collectibles
Listing ID#: 176494

Sale Location
Roanoke, VA 24013
Full Address Available on Tuesday, Aug 21
Sale Dates and Times
Bidding Starts: Wednesday Aug 22,
Bidding Ends: Thursday Sep 13,
Sale Type
 Online Auction  VIEW ONLINE CATALOG
Company Information
Tommy Wagner Auctions

Contact: Tommy Wagner, Barry Muse
Phone: 540 4003753,8756432
Email: tommy@tommywagnerauctions.com
Website: www.tommywagnerauctions.com

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Listing Terms and Conditions
Auctioneer may at any time remove items where there is little or no interest. I must do what is in best interests of my clients. Please understand Terms and Conditions for Online or Live Auctions Welcome and Many Thanks to All, ALL Sales are final. Winning bidders own them at the end of online Auction. Are Subject to change without notice of any type. Conditions and experiences are always in flux. We follow the process closely so we constantly evaluate and manage. Registration: Each new event- Please check and edit for- Correct address, Email Address, phone # and shipping address. All prospective bidders must register to actively bid in any Online or other event. Credit card is required. Credit cards are validated every 120 days and if not good you are declined. We do not automatically charge your cards. All have the opportunity to show up, Pay for and pick up their winning items. 5% discount to these folks from stated or unstated buyer premium. Currently is 17%. You must leave correct shipping address, email address, and phone # . Anyone who does not comply may be declined as a bidder in the future. You will receive email notification and no need to call or contact auctioneer for he does not change his mind. The thigs a few folks will do to advance their interests are legend. Reasons, To Be declined are as follows but may be added to: Negative Hibid score. If you have negative score in HiBid system you are declined. No shows or non-payers will be declined. Forever Anyone who seeks to game the system or auctioneer by any means. **** We seek fairness and full disclosure to and for all. We are agents of and for our clients/Seller(s). We do not Represent any buyers or others. No Proxy bids. If you are not a real person with contact info you are declined. Anyone who badgers or is rude to other customers when at checkout or other events. Anyone who is under the influence at any time. For cursing! Anyone who attempts to disrupt the process by any means? You are declined. We so appreciate the wonderful customers we have. We respect you and your needs. It is also important that you enjoin with us by helping us help you. This requires your cooperation with stated conditions and concerns that may accompany each event. If you fail to follow and abide by terms you will be declined. Bidding and Procedures: Please Read the auction address and write it down. We do not entertain calls during an event nor on pickup day to give directions. You must be registered. You may enter your max bids. You must be logged in on every auction to actively compete with other bidders to win. Please You must confirm each and every bid you enter for it to be recorded in the portal. Others may out bid you at any time. Any and all persons of who meet requirements for bidding may bid, includes the auctioneer, his helpers or anyone any associate. You are the only one who can enter a bid for yourself and as you confirm your bids is recorded with IP Address and time stamps. Do not call auctioneer and tell me you did not bid. Auctioneer reserves the right to bid in behalf of and in the interest of our seller. Generally, all sells to the last and highest bidder who confirms and whose bid is recorded. The families sometimes removes items unknown to the auctioneer. I cannot help these occurrences and can offer no explanation. All belongs to them until actually sold and recorded. We encounter many things in managing the logistics of our event that are beyond our control. There are usually about 20 seconds between each lot closing. When the timer is turning! Every time another bid is made then 2 minutes is added to the closing time sequence. LOTS do not close all at once as this is an Internet Live Auction Event. Remember to always confirm your bids. Please View All Images with each lot. If you have buyer's remorse? DO NOT BID. Is not a shopping experience. Catalogs and Condition: ALL ARE Sold AS IS. We try to have open house for your preview. ALL Items are still as you view them in the event an open house is not permissible. We try to show as may images as is practical. We are not responsible for any misunderstanding or difference of opinion. We are not always right and not experts. The bidders generally provide somewhat different descriptions. Thank You. We are still learning. Please View all images in each lot. NO Returns, NO Chargebacks, No buyer remorse. No Items are For Sale- You must bid on all to win them. We Will pursue legal action. Bidding is a contract. Please respect this. If you register with false information you will be declined as a bidder. We appreciate constructive opinions but they may not influence how we run our auctions. Any negative or underhanded comments and you will be declined as a bidder. Same for Facebook or other media outlets. Checkout & Payment: NO Alternate Dates Sales tax is applied in each invoice- sent by email after each auction closing. Bring certificates. Full and complete payment and safe removal on Pickup Day. Generally, is the day following an Auction Event. Bidder numbers and winning customers have greatly increased. We try to get everyone checked out as fast as we can. Some customers buy dozens of lots and may take a while to gather. We may ask for someone back in the line if they have only one or two items and check them out ahead to speed things up. We ask for your patience. We cannot help if the line sometimes is long. We appreciate your patience. Credit card payers receive no discounts. Those who fail to get your items and remove, Your credit card will be charged, you will be declined as a bidder. Shipping: Usually happens 3-7 days after events. The fees are as follows: Handling to get back to our facility. All packaging costs, postage and insurance, package and packing labor- is minimal. Most of our mail goes to Greensboro first. Really slows down your receipt. We have no bearing on this at all. Your credit card will be charged a second time for shipping costs unless we can estimate the amount before initial payment. Removal: You are responsible for providing your own lifting help. It is too prohibitive for us to hire all perceived needed helpers. Many times, spaces and parking are not so good. We will try to alert bidders of special situations. Auctioneer cannot help with your registration process. Be sure to refresh browser and see tips when catalog is live. All info is encrypted for safety. Please may plans for the day and time for pickup. Is your responsibility to be there, with help as needed and on time. We must plan when help is available for us. Every venue is different so we do the best we can. Thanks For Being an awesome customer.
Listing Information
The Wilders for years traded in Antiques and collector items. The home is packed and stacked with boxes of goodies. We will add info and images when we can start the discovery process.

1
Welcome, Wilder Estate w 100s of Collectibles
We have yet to begin the unpacking of items. More info and images soon.

2
All Items are As Is, View at Open House
Loads of old collectible items. No Warranties of any nature.

3
Open House, Maybe, Little Room as home is full!
** Is small bungalow, Lots of items packed in. Very limited room to walk around.

4
NO Shipping By Us, Call 540 400 772 0999
You must make your own arrangements, We will contact them and Meet them for ALL pickups on the day after Auction Pickup. See link on this page.. Will be Monday Sept. 17th at Auction Location. We will charge your registration credit card for your invo...

5
All Bidding is Online, Begins Closing at 7 PM
On Sept. 13th, 2018, 19 second lot stagger, 2 minutes extended bidding. We do Not Automatically Charge anyone's credit card.

6
NO Shows ! WE ARE NOT HAULING Anything for any
reason. Be here. Send a friend or family member. If You do not show for pickup your items will be deemed Abandoned and will be forfeited. Your Card will be charged for invoice amount

7
Please read all, View all Images for best views
view chain link symbol for links to web location for certain items.

8
Please arrange for your helpers, lifters, loaders
You may pack on Front porch or side yard. Table provided. Sorry but no extra room. Extra helpers for you as needed. Steep Location.

9
Steps, 3 Flights of Steps to and from the street.
With small and stout 4 x 4 few can get in the back Yard.



12
Old Lamp Stand,
17 1/2" Across, 23" Tall, Old Form, Nice solid, does not appear to be veneer.

13
Primitive Newspaper Stand,
19" Long x 23" Tall


15
Awesome, Horse Collar Mirror & Hames
Believe hames are painted cast iron. Very Nice, 27"T x 17" Wide Are in closet with first few items

16
Churn, Excellent
Table Top, Stenciled Name, little looseness on bands, On top of Refrigerator,


18
Washboard, Columbus, for Delicates
9 x 18, Dubl Handi, tin




22
Coffee Mills, 2, Alike
handles little different, 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 x %" T, appear to work

23
Coffee Mill, Finger Jointed
appears brass works, on Refrigerator

24
Tin Litho Battery Blackface Bartender., Very Cool
is $265 on Ebay w Box. Mostly Rare in Blackface man, see link, 11" Tall, rubber and mohair hair, some wear to clothing!






30
Old Cast Iron, # 8 Short Skillet
Seasoned and Nice 1 1/2" Side



33
Old Cast Iron, #7, US, 2 spout
8 1/4" , Not ever have seen a no. 7 !




37
Old Cast Iron,,#8 Egg Skillet
Hoe cake griddle? Real Nice


39
Canister Set, 6 in all. Small to large
huge one, Great Group of vintage glass canisters.



42
Living Room Suite, Older, 70s? Bring Help
Re-upolstered few years ago for Cloth, around $1800, Appears Oak, Slate Top Tables, Wear but good and sturdy. Great for hunting cabin, Lake, Rowdy Kids. Very Sturdy! solid wood


44
Lamp, 2 Stage, Works, Embossed Roses,
Hand Painted, Nice 21" Tall


46
White House Qt. Vinegar Jug, 1909
Believe is 1909, Based on Mark on Bottom,Clean

47
White House Qt. Jug,
clean,different than 46, Is patented 1909 also




51
White House, Pint Vinegar,Sweet,, Rare
Table Jug , $275- $400 value. Rare Jug,

52
Carnival, Hen On Nest ,7 long x 4" T
May be Fenton, strong Colors

53
Carnival Glass, Butter Dish, Other
Large Creamer, 2 Steins,

54
Carnival Paperweight, Polished Bottom
pound or so, 3 1/2" Diameter, Cool bubbles inside.


56
Carnival Glass Group,
Covered Dish with lid for it.

57
Covered Serving Vessels,
rim chip on one large, others good

58
Crock, Stoneware, 5 Gallon
Some looses to glaze, Good Pickle Crock



61
Storage Jar, Turned Pot
has a crack but nice is stress, still attractive,



64
Burled, Dough Bowl, no cracks
15 x 4.5" T,appears to be carved version!

65
Bowl, Wood, Dough Tray
19 1/2 x 11 1/2 x 3


67
Antique Butter Molds,Needing Wire & TLC
splits, one has carved Tulip mold but separated on one! 1# molds


69

70
Primitive Kitchen, Mashers, Butter Paddle,
or Butter, Water Gourd, Carved butter press, with drain hole,



73
Large Fern Bride's Basket
applied handle 14 x 10.5"T


75
Wood Stove Pot, USA
10 1/2" X 5" Tall, stove to the table


77
Water Bed, Bring Help, Double or Full Size.
Complete Setup, All included.


79
Kitchen Stand, 2 Drawer,
27 x 18 x 25" Tall, Maybe for microwave. Is solid wood

80
Lampstand, Oak, Top loose,
15 x 11 x 25" Tall


82
Dish Cupboard, Mahogany,
36" W x 16 x 71" Tall


84
Washstand, Oak, Serpentine Drawer
one glue joint loose on rt side lower towel bar. Just needs glue.

85
Pine Corner Cupboard,
31"W x 16 front to back x 69" Tall, One broken glass panel.

86
Dresser, Mirror, 60s?
6 drawer, 48" Wide, 18 x 61" Tall

87
Dressmaker, Sewing Machine, Runs w Pedal,
Zig Zag, Beautiful Case. Bring help,

88
Cuckoo Clock, not too large
Bird is loose off the roof. Not running.

89
Oak, Table, 4 Chairs, Oak Twine Bottom Ladderback
44 x 29" T on Table. seems original. trying to find leaves if any, if so will be with it. Empire,

90
Champagne Cooler, part label
flashed to red. 2 part mold, oe for wine" Cranberry color




94
Shells, Abalone, The largest I have ever seen
Is with shell & seashore display, 12 x 8 x 7, Beautiful shells,

95
Shawnee Pottery, S&P, C&S,
other butter dish,


97
Clock, Waterbury, Is Running and Chiming,
#Waterbury#Mantle Clock, 20 x 10.5 x 6 1/4" Depth, No Key, Seems all good. Seems all original, Sounds Incredible

98
Clock, Seth Thomas, 4 Jewels, Mantle
#SethThomas, 12 x 5.5 x 2.5" Front to back. Missing stud and nut to keep dial centered.

99
Cast Iron, Ashtray Stand, early 20th century.
Truly Arts and Crafts, maybe Older dish but not correct ash tray.

100
Cobalt Glass, Assorted, Bluebird
2 ink bottles, one Med Bottle,




104
Manhattan, Large Relish Tray,Depression
small chigger on one handle end! 14" Plus handle





109
Imperial Glass, Hens on Nest
4 1/2 x 4" T, clean


111
Fenton Glass, Artful, Custard Compote
7 1/2" Tall x 5 1/4,Ivory or Cream Color

112
Compotes, Large and small
large one has a corner chip

113
Covered Candy Dishes, 2 are Depression
One is Moon & Stars, one cabbage rose.



116
Milk Glass,compotes,one is pink,Vase
Vase maybe Fenton, Fenton Hobnail Vase



119
#Bottles,Rare, Virginia Deep Rock,7 oz.
Bottled in Rocky Mount, believe 1928, 7 ounce , in Bread Tray


121
Carnival Style Glass, 80s?
Vase and 2 large bowls



124
Cruets, 4, one hand blown
spice mills, miniatures,



127
Art Glass, Juicer,Candy boots
carnival perfume dip, Murano? Dolphins- not marked





132
Ruby Glass, Assorted, More and more follows
13 berry bowls or Ice Cream, 5 Handled several makers for all these pieces, Each lot is different,

133
Ruby Glass, Assorted,
Relish Dishes,Garnish Trays

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Wilder Estate, 100s of Collectibles

Tommy Wagner Auctions

Tommy Wagner Auctions


Contact: Tommy Wagner, Barry Muse
Phone: 540 4003753,8756432
Sale Location
Roanoke, VA 24013
Full Address Available after 9 am
on Tuesday, Aug 21
Sale Dates and Times
Sale Terms and Conditions
Auctioneer may at any time remove items where there is little or no interest. I must do what is in best interests of my clients. Please understand Terms and Conditions for Online or Live Auctions Welcome and Many Thanks to All, ALL Sales are final. Winning bidders own them at the end of online Auction. Are Subject to change without notice of any type. Conditions and experiences are always in flux. We follow the process closely so we constantly evaluate and manage. Registration: Each new event- Please check and edit for- Correct address, Email Address, phone # and shipping address. All prospective bidders must register to actively bid in any Online or other event. Credit card is required. Credit cards are validated every 120 days and if not good you are declined. We do not automatically charge your cards. All have the opportunity to show up, Pay for and pick up their winning items. 5% discount to these folks from stated or unstated buyer premium. Currently is 17%. You must leave correct shipping address, email address, and phone # . Anyone who does not comply may be declined as a bidder in the future. You will receive email notification and no need to call or contact auctioneer for he does not change his mind. The thigs a few folks will do to advance their interests are legend. Reasons, To Be declined are as follows but may be added to: Negative Hibid score. If you have negative score in HiBid system you are declined. No shows or non-payers will be declined. Forever Anyone who seeks to game the system or auctioneer by any means. **** We seek fairness and full disclosure to and for all. We are agents of and for our clients/Seller(s). We do not Represent any buyers or others. No Proxy bids. If you are not a real person with contact info you are declined. Anyone who badgers or is rude to other customers when at checkout or other events. Anyone who is under the influence at any time. For cursing! Anyone who attempts to disrupt the process by any means? You are declined. We so appreciate the wonderful customers we have. We respect you and your needs. It is also important that you enjoin with us by helping us help you. This requires your cooperation with stated conditions and concerns that may accompany each event. If you fail to follow and abide by terms you will be declined. Bidding and Procedures: Please Read the auction address and write it down. We do not entertain calls during an event nor on pickup day to give directions. You must be registered. You may enter your max bids. You must be logged in on every auction to actively compete with other bidders to win. Please You must confirm each and every bid you enter for it to be recorded in the portal. Others may out bid you at any time. Any and all persons of who meet requirements for bidding may bid, includes the auctioneer, his helpers or anyone any associate. You are the only one who can enter a bid for yourself and as you confirm your bids is recorded with IP Address and time stamps. Do not call auctioneer and tell me you did not bid. Auctioneer reserves the right to bid in behalf of and in the interest of our seller. Generally, all sells to the last and highest bidder who confirms and whose bid is recorded. The families sometimes removes items unknown to the auctioneer. I cannot help these occurrences and can offer no explanation. All belongs to them until actually sold and recorded. We encounter many things in managing the logistics of our event that are beyond our control. There are usually about 20 seconds between each lot closing. When the timer is turning! Every time another bid is made then 2 minutes is added to the closing time sequence. LOTS do not close all at once as this is an Internet Live Auction Event. Remember to always confirm your bids. Please View All Images with each lot. If you have buyer's remorse? DO NOT BID. Is not a shopping experience. Catalogs and Condition: ALL ARE Sold AS IS. We try to have open house for your preview. ALL Items are still as you view them in the event an open house is not permissible. We try to show as may images as is practical. We are not responsible for any misunderstanding or difference of opinion. We are not always right and not experts. The bidders generally provide somewhat different descriptions. Thank You. We are still learning. Please View all images in each lot. NO Returns, NO Chargebacks, No buyer remorse. No Items are For Sale- You must bid on all to win them. We Will pursue legal action. Bidding is a contract. Please respect this. If you register with false information you will be declined as a bidder. We appreciate constructive opinions but they may not influence how we run our auctions. Any negative or underhanded comments and you will be declined as a bidder. Same for Facebook or other media outlets. Checkout & Payment: NO Alternate Dates Sales tax is applied in each invoice- sent by email after each auction closing. Bring certificates. Full and complete payment and safe removal on Pickup Day. Generally, is the day following an Auction Event. Bidder numbers and winning customers have greatly increased. We try to get everyone checked out as fast as we can. Some customers buy dozens of lots and may take a while to gather. We may ask for someone back in the line if they have only one or two items and check them out ahead to speed things up. We ask for your patience. We cannot help if the line sometimes is long. We appreciate your patience. Credit card payers receive no discounts. Those who fail to get your items and remove, Your credit card will be charged, you will be declined as a bidder. Shipping: Usually happens 3-7 days after events. The fees are as follows: Handling to get back to our facility. All packaging costs, postage and insurance, package and packing labor- is minimal. Most of our mail goes to Greensboro first. Really slows down your receipt. We have no bearing on this at all. Your credit card will be charged a second time for shipping costs unless we can estimate the amount before initial payment. Removal: You are responsible for providing your own lifting help. It is too prohibitive for us to hire all perceived needed helpers. Many times, spaces and parking are not so good. We will try to alert bidders of special situations. Auctioneer cannot help with your registration process. Be sure to refresh browser and see tips when catalog is live. All info is encrypted for safety. Please may plans for the day and time for pickup. Is your responsibility to be there, with help as needed and on time. We must plan when help is available for us. Every venue is different so we do the best we can. Thanks For Being an awesome customer.
Listing Details
The Wilders for years traded in Antiques and collector items. The home is packed and stacked with boxes of goodies. We will add info and images when we can start the discovery process.

1
Welcome, Wilder Estate w 100s of Collectibles
We have yet to begin the unpacking of items. More info and images soon.

2
All Items are As Is, View at Open House
Loads of old collectible items. No Warranties of any nature.

3
Open House, Maybe, Little Room as home is full!
** Is small bungalow, Lots of items packed in. Very limited room to walk around.

4
NO Shipping By Us, Call 540 400 772 0999
You must make your own arrangements, We will contact them and Meet them for ALL pickups on the day after Auction Pickup. See link on this page.. Will be Monday Sept. 17th at Auction Location. We will charge your registration credit card for your invo...

5
All Bidding is Online, Begins Closing at 7 PM
On Sept. 13th, 2018, 19 second lot stagger, 2 minutes extended bidding. We do Not Automatically Charge anyone's credit card.

6
NO Shows ! WE ARE NOT HAULING Anything for any
reason. Be here. Send a friend or family member. If You do not show for pickup your items will be deemed Abandoned and will be forfeited. Your Card will be charged for invoice amount

7
Please read all, View all Images for best views
view chain link symbol for links to web location for certain items.

8
Please arrange for your helpers, lifters, loaders
You may pack on Front porch or side yard. Table provided. Sorry but no extra room. Extra helpers for you as needed. Steep Location.

9
Steps, 3 Flights of Steps to and from the street.
With small and stout 4 x 4 few can get in the back Yard.



12
Old Lamp Stand,
17 1/2" Across, 23" Tall, Old Form, Nice solid, does not appear to be veneer.

13
Primitive Newspaper Stand,
19" Long x 23" Tall


15
Awesome, Horse Collar Mirror & Hames
Believe hames are painted cast iron. Very Nice, 27"T x 17" Wide Are in closet with first few items

16
Churn, Excellent
Table Top, Stenciled Name, little looseness on bands, On top of Refrigerator,


18
Washboard, Columbus, for Delicates
9 x 18, Dubl Handi, tin




22
Coffee Mills, 2, Alike
handles little different, 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 x %" T, appear to work

23
Coffee Mill, Finger Jointed
appears brass works, on Refrigerator

24
Tin Litho Battery Blackface Bartender., Very Cool
is $265 on Ebay w Box. Mostly Rare in Blackface man, see link, 11" Tall, rubber and mohair hair, some wear to clothing!






30
Old Cast Iron, # 8 Short Skillet
Seasoned and Nice 1 1/2" Side



33
Old Cast Iron, #7, US, 2 spout
8 1/4" , Not ever have seen a no. 7 !




37
Old Cast Iron,,#8 Egg Skillet
Hoe cake griddle? Real Nice


39
Canister Set, 6 in all. Small to large
huge one, Great Group of vintage glass canisters.



42
Living Room Suite, Older, 70s? Bring Help
Re-upolstered few years ago for Cloth, around $1800, Appears Oak, Slate Top Tables, Wear but good and sturdy. Great for hunting cabin, Lake, Rowdy Kids. Very Sturdy! solid wood


44
Lamp, 2 Stage, Works, Embossed Roses,
Hand Painted, Nice 21" Tall


46
White House Qt. Vinegar Jug, 1909
Believe is 1909, Based on Mark on Bottom,Clean

47
White House Qt. Jug,
clean,different than 46, Is patented 1909 also




51
White House, Pint Vinegar,Sweet,, Rare
Table Jug , $275- $400 value. Rare Jug,

52
Carnival, Hen On Nest ,7 long x 4" T
May be Fenton, strong Colors

53
Carnival Glass, Butter Dish, Other
Large Creamer, 2 Steins,

54
Carnival Paperweight, Polished Bottom
pound or so, 3 1/2" Diameter, Cool bubbles inside.


56
Carnival Glass Group,
Covered Dish with lid for it.

57
Covered Serving Vessels,
rim chip on one large, others good

58
Crock, Stoneware, 5 Gallon
Some looses to glaze, Good Pickle Crock



61
Storage Jar, Turned Pot
has a crack but nice is stress, still attractive,



64
Burled, Dough Bowl, no cracks
15 x 4.5" T,appears to be carved version!

65
Bowl, Wood, Dough Tray
19 1/2 x 11 1/2 x 3


67
Antique Butter Molds,Needing Wire & TLC
splits, one has carved Tulip mold but separated on one! 1# molds


69

70
Primitive Kitchen, Mashers, Butter Paddle,
or Butter, Water Gourd, Carved butter press, with drain hole,



73
Large Fern Bride's Basket
applied handle 14 x 10.5"T


75
Wood Stove Pot, USA
10 1/2" X 5" Tall, stove to the table


77
Water Bed, Bring Help, Double or Full Size.
Complete Setup, All included.


79
Kitchen Stand, 2 Drawer,
27 x 18 x 25" Tall, Maybe for microwave. Is solid wood

80
Lampstand, Oak, Top loose,
15 x 11 x 25" Tall


82
Dish Cupboard, Mahogany,
36" W x 16 x 71" Tall


84
Washstand, Oak, Serpentine Drawer
one glue joint loose on rt side lower towel bar. Just needs glue.

85
Pine Corner Cupboard,
31"W x 16 front to back x 69" Tall, One broken glass panel.

86
Dresser, Mirror, 60s?
6 drawer, 48" Wide, 18 x 61" Tall

87
Dressmaker, Sewing Machine, Runs w Pedal,
Zig Zag, Beautiful Case. Bring help,

88
Cuckoo Clock, not too large
Bird is loose off the roof. Not running.

89
Oak, Table, 4 Chairs, Oak Twine Bottom Ladderback
44 x 29" T on Table. seems original. trying to find leaves if any, if so will be with it. Empire,

90
Champagne Cooler, part label
flashed to red. 2 part mold, oe for wine" Cranberry color




94
Shells, Abalone, The largest I have ever seen
Is with shell & seashore display, 12 x 8 x 7, Beautiful shells,

95
Shawnee Pottery, S&P, C&S,
other butter dish,


97
Clock, Waterbury, Is Running and Chiming,
#Waterbury#Mantle Clock, 20 x 10.5 x 6 1/4" Depth, No Key, Seems all good. Seems all original, Sounds Incredible

98
Clock, Seth Thomas, 4 Jewels, Mantle
#SethThomas, 12 x 5.5 x 2.5" Front to back. Missing stud and nut to keep dial centered.

99
Cast Iron, Ashtray Stand, early 20th century.
Truly Arts and Crafts, maybe Older dish but not correct ash tray.

100
Cobalt Glass, Assorted, Bluebird
2 ink bottles, one Med Bottle,




104
Manhattan, Large Relish Tray,Depression
small chigger on one handle end! 14" Plus handle





109
Imperial Glass, Hens on Nest
4 1/2 x 4" T, clean


111
Fenton Glass, Artful, Custard Compote
7 1/2" Tall x 5 1/4,Ivory or Cream Color

112
Compotes, Large and small
large one has a corner chip

113
Covered Candy Dishes, 2 are Depression
One is Moon & Stars, one cabbage rose.



116
Milk Glass,compotes,one is pink,Vase
Vase maybe Fenton, Fenton Hobnail Vase



119
#Bottles,Rare, Virginia Deep Rock,7 oz.
Bottled in Rocky Mount, believe 1928, 7 ounce , in Bread Tray


121
Carnival Style Glass, 80s?
Vase and 2 large bowls



124
Cruets, 4, one hand blown
spice mills, miniatures,



127
Art Glass, Juicer,Candy boots
carnival perfume dip, Murano? Dolphins- not marked





132
Ruby Glass, Assorted, More and more follows
13 berry bowls or Ice Cream, 5 Handled several makers for all these pieces, Each lot is different,

133
Ruby Glass, Assorted,
Relish Dishes,Garnish Trays

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Wilder Estate, 100s of Collectibles
 Online Only Auction
Sale Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Wednesday Aug 22,
Bidding Ends: Thursday Sep 13,
Sale Location
Roanoke, VA 24013
Full Address Available on Tuesday, Aug 21
The Wilders for years traded in Antiques and collector items. The home is packed and stacked with boxes of goodies. We will add info and images when we can start the discovery process.

1
Welcome, Wilder Estate w 100s of Collectibles
We have yet to begin the unpacking of items. More info and images soon.

2
All Items are As Is, View at Open House
Loads of old collectible items. No Warranties of any nature.

3
Open House, Maybe, Little Room as home is full!
** Is small bungalow, Lots of items packed in. Very limited room to walk around.

4
NO Shipping By Us, Call 540 400 772 0999
You must make your own arrangements, We will contact them and Meet them for ALL pickups on the day after Auction Pickup. See link on this page.. Will be Monday Sept. 17th at Auction Location. We will charge your registration credit card for your invo...

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Please arrange for your helpers, lifters, loaders
You may pack on Front porch or side yard. Table provided. Sorry but no extra room. Extra helpers for you as needed. Steep Location.

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Steps, 3 Flights of Steps to and from the street.
With small and stout 4 x 4 few can get in the back Yard.

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Old Lamp Stand,
17 1/2" Across, 23" Tall, Old Form, Nice solid, does not appear to be veneer.

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Primitive Newspaper Stand,
19" Long x 23" Tall

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Awesome, Horse Collar Mirror & Hames
Believe hames are painted cast iron. Very Nice, 27"T x 17" Wide Are in closet with first few items

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Churn, Excellent
Table Top, Stenciled Name, little looseness on bands, On top of Refrigerator,

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Washboard, Columbus, for Delicates
9 x 18, Dubl Handi, tin

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Coffee Mills, 2, Alike
handles little different, 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 x %" T, appear to work

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Coffee Mill, Finger Jointed
appears brass works, on Refrigerator

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Tin Litho Battery Blackface Bartender., Very Cool
is $265 on Ebay w Box. Mostly Rare in Blackface man, see link, 11" Tall, rubber and mohair hair, some wear to clothing!

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Old Cast Iron, # 8 Short Skillet
Seasoned and Nice 1 1/2" Side

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Old Cast Iron, #7, US, 2 spout
8 1/4" , Not ever have seen a no. 7 !

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Old Cast Iron,,#8 Egg Skillet
Hoe cake griddle? Real Nice

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Canister Set, 6 in all. Small to large
huge one, Great Group of vintage glass canisters.

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Living Room Suite, Older, 70s? Bring Help
Re-upolstered few years ago for Cloth, around $1800, Appears Oak, Slate Top Tables, Wear but good and sturdy. Great for hunting cabin, Lake, Rowdy Kids. Very Sturdy! solid wood

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Lamp, 2 Stage, Works, Embossed Roses,
Hand Painted, Nice 21" Tall

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White House Qt. Vinegar Jug, 1909
Believe is 1909, Based on Mark on Bottom,Clean

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White House Qt. Jug,
clean,different than 46, Is patented 1909 also

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White House, Pint Vinegar,Sweet,, Rare
Table Jug , $275- $400 value. Rare Jug,

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Carnival, Hen On Nest ,7 long x 4" T
May be Fenton, strong Colors

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Carnival Glass, Butter Dish, Other
Large Creamer, 2 Steins,

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Carnival Paperweight, Polished Bottom
pound or so, 3 1/2" Diameter, Cool bubbles inside.

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Carnival Glass Group,
Covered Dish with lid for it.

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Covered Serving Vessels,
rim chip on one large, others good

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Crock, Stoneware, 5 Gallon
Some looses to glaze, Good Pickle Crock

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Storage Jar, Turned Pot
has a crack but nice is stress, still attractive,

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Burled, Dough Bowl, no cracks
15 x 4.5" T,appears to be carved version!

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Bowl, Wood, Dough Tray
19 1/2 x 11 1/2 x 3

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Antique Butter Molds,Needing Wire & TLC
splits, one has carved Tulip mold but separated on one! 1# molds

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Primitive Kitchen, Mashers, Butter Paddle,
or Butter, Water Gourd, Carved butter press, with drain hole,

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Large Fern Bride's Basket
applied handle 14 x 10.5"T

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Wood Stove Pot, USA
10 1/2" X 5" Tall, stove to the table

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Water Bed, Bring Help, Double or Full Size.
Complete Setup, All included.

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Kitchen Stand, 2 Drawer,
27 x 18 x 25" Tall, Maybe for microwave. Is solid wood

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Lampstand, Oak, Top loose,
15 x 11 x 25" Tall

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Dish Cupboard, Mahogany,
36" W x 16 x 71" Tall

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Washstand, Oak, Serpentine Drawer
one glue joint loose on rt side lower towel bar. Just needs glue.

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Pine Corner Cupboard,
31"W x 16 front to back x 69" Tall, One broken glass panel.

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Dresser, Mirror, 60s?
6 drawer, 48" Wide, 18 x 61" Tall

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Dressmaker, Sewing Machine, Runs w Pedal,
Zig Zag, Beautiful Case. Bring help,

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Cuckoo Clock, not too large
Bird is loose off the roof. Not running.

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Oak, Table, 4 Chairs, Oak Twine Bottom Ladderback
44 x 29" T on Table. seems original. trying to find leaves if any, if so will be with it. Empire,

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Champagne Cooler, part label
flashed to red. 2 part mold, oe for wine" Cranberry color

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Shells, Abalone, The largest I have ever seen
Is with shell & seashore display, 12 x 8 x 7, Beautiful shells,

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Shawnee Pottery, S&P, C&S,
other butter dish,

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Clock, Waterbury, Is Running and Chiming,
#Waterbury#Mantle Clock, 20 x 10.5 x 6 1/4" Depth, No Key, Seems all good. Seems all original, Sounds Incredible

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Clock, Seth Thomas, 4 Jewels, Mantle
#SethThomas, 12 x 5.5 x 2.5" Front to back. Missing stud and nut to keep dial centered.

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Cast Iron, Ashtray Stand, early 20th century.
Truly Arts and Crafts, maybe Older dish but not correct ash tray.

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Cobalt Glass, Assorted, Bluebird
2 ink bottles, one Med Bottle,

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Manhattan, Large Relish Tray,Depression
small chigger on one handle end! 14" Plus handle

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Imperial Glass, Hens on Nest
4 1/2 x 4" T, clean

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Fenton Glass, Artful, Custard Compote
7 1/2" Tall x 5 1/4,Ivory or Cream Color

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Compotes, Large and small
large one has a corner chip

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Covered Candy Dishes, 2 are Depression
One is Moon & Stars, one cabbage rose.

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Milk Glass,compotes,one is pink,Vase
Vase maybe Fenton, Fenton Hobnail Vase

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#Bottles,Rare, Virginia Deep Rock,7 oz.
Bottled in Rocky Mount, believe 1928, 7 ounce , in Bread Tray

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Carnival Style Glass, 80s?
Vase and 2 large bowls

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Cruets, 4, one hand blown
spice mills, miniatures,

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Art Glass, Juicer,Candy boots
carnival perfume dip, Murano? Dolphins- not marked

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Ruby Glass, Assorted, More and more follows
13 berry bowls or Ice Cream, 5 Handled several makers for all these pieces, Each lot is different,

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Ruby Glass, Assorted,
Relish Dishes,Garnish Trays