2110021 Antiques, Tools & Guns
Listing ID#: 443063

Sale Location

Kewaskum, WI 53040
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Wednesday Oct 20, 07:00 PM
Bidding Ends: Tuesday Oct 26, 07:00 PM
Sale Type
 Online Auction 
Company Information
Paul Auction Co. Inc.

Contact: Mike Paul
Phone: 262-338-3030
Email: mike@paulauction.com
Website: www.paulauction.com

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Listing Terms and Conditions
When you register as a new bidder the credit card you register with will have an authorization check performed. In order to successfully register, the address that you register under must match the address on the credit card. The credit card used for registration will be automatically charged following the auction unless you make payment during the scheduled pick up time. If alternative payment is approved we accept cash, personal or cashier’s checks or wire transfers. Certain purchases such as coins, precious metals, guns and vehicles may require payment by wire transfer or certified cashier’s check ONLY. Please read the description of the items to see if these terms apply to your purchase. All purchases over $300 are subject to payment by bank wire transfer only if the bidder is previously unknown to Paul Auction Co. This is entirely at our discretion. Purchases made by check may be held until your check clears.
10% Buyers Fee applies to all purchases. 3% additional convenience fee when payment is made by credit card. Sales tax of 5.5% is also collected unless you have a seller’s permit on file with Paul Auction Co. Sales tax applies to Buyers Fee & Convenience Fee. You must tell us by phone call or email, prior to the close of auction, if you plan to use a resale number EVEN IF YOU ALREADY HAVE ONE ON FILE WITH US.
$10 Handgun transfer fee for each handgun purchased. All FFL Rules & Regulations apply. Firearms transferred at our facility will only be sold to WI residents of legal age. All other bidders must make arrangements to have the firearm shipped to an FFL holder of their choice. Additional shipping charges will apply to all firearms. Call for clarification.
This auction features an auto bid extend. When a bid is placed in the final 2 minutes of bidding the auction bidding will automatically be extended 2 minutes from the time the bid was placed. ie: If an auction is scheduled to close at 7:00PM, receives a bid at 6:59 the close time will automatically extend two minutes. The auto extend feature remains active until no further bids are received within a 2 minute time frame.
Paul Auction Co. Inc. does not test items for authenticity or suitability. Although every effort is made to objectively describe the merchandise, personal inspection on the part of the bidder is strongly encouraged. Measurements are approximate sizes. If the description does not match the photograph please contact us for clarification. Any item(s) not removed on the scheduled pickup date or dates will be considered abandoned and will be forfeited unless alternate pick up or shipping arrangements were made prior to load out. Shipping is available for certain items; call to confirm. Shipped items will incur a minimum $6.00 materials fee in addition to actual shipping charges. Shipping and packing labor is charged out at $26.00 per hour or fraction thereof. Although some packing material or boxes may be available at Paul Auction Hall, it is recommended that you bring adequate supplies with you.
* All items are sold "AS IS, WHERE IS" with all faults.
* No implied or express warranties.
* All descriptions believed accurate but not warranted.
* In person bidder inspection is strongly encouraged.
* By placing a bid, bidder signifies that they have examined the items to their satisfaction, or that they have chosen not to personally examine them.
* Paul Auction Co. Inc. reserves the right to reject any bid at our sole discretion.
* Applicable taxes of 5.5% sales tax will be charged unless a sales tax exemption form is provided.
* Buyer's premium of 10% will be charged. An additional charge of 3% applies to credit card purchases.
* In the event of failure of the online bidding system or other technical failure, Paul Auction Co. Inc reserves the right to cancel and/or reopen the auction. The bidder contract entered into is enforceable between the bidder whose name is registered to the account regardless of who placed the bid and Paul Auction Co. Inc. Bidder and auctioneers agree that the terms listed below shall govern this auction. 1. Full payment shall be made before any items leave the premises. 2. Terms of auction: All auctions and all items are sold absolute regardless of price. Paul Auction Co. Inc. reserves the right to bid on behalf of the 3rd party bidders or as principal. Paul Auction Co. Inc. reserves the right to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, or withdraw any lot or lots from the auction. Payment for purchases must be made according to terms of each particular auction. All checks must be made payable to Paul Auction Co. Inc. A Buyers fee will be added to bid price to arrive at the sale price. Sales tax will be applied to buyer’s fee & convenience fee. All sales are subject to State Sales Tax Laws. Bidder agrees not to stop payment on checks or disallow a sight draft and is responsible for any expenses due to collection of bad checks. Bidder agrees not to initiate or pursue charge backs on any credit card payments. 3. NO WARRANTY: The descriptions of items in this auction are believed to be correct. Never the less, neither those descriptions nor any oral statements made by Owner, its Officers, Agents or Employees of auctions concerning any item shall be constructed as a warranty, either express or implied. ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS - WHERE IS. I, the buyer, have examined this merchandise and accept it the way it is. 4. SETTLEMENT: Must be made at the conclusion of the auction. Nothing is to be removed until settled for. Merchandise becomes the full responsibility of the Buyer at time of purchase, and Buyer assumes all risk of loss and damage to property. Owner and Auctioneers agree that merchandise may remain on the auction premises for a period of time following the auction. The date by which all merchandise must be removed from the premises will be announced by Auctioneer. 5. RESALE: Auctioneers reserve the right to resell any property not paid for in full on auction day. The Buyer shall be responsible to Auctioneers for any expenses of resale and collection and damages resulting from the resale. 6. INJURY & DAMAGE: Bidder acknowledges responsibility for any personal injury or property damage caused by Bidder or his Agent, and further agrees to hold Auctioneers, Owners, its Officers, or Employees harmless for any personal injury to himself or his Agents and any property damage incurred on auction premises. 7. By registering for this auction you give Paul Auction Co. Inc. permission to add you to their mailing list. You can unsubscribe at any time.

 
Listing Information
ONLINE ESTATE AUCTION
KEWASKUM, WI
ANTIQUES, GUNS, TOOLS, CHRISTMAS
KEWASKUM, WI
STARTS THURSDAY, OCT 21, 7PM
IN PERSON INSPECTION MONDAY, OCT 25, 2-6PM.
STARTS CLOSING TUE. OCT 26, 7PM
PICK UP BY LAST NAME A-L 10/27 & M-Z 10/28, 2-6PM

LOCATION: N131 County Rd S. 1.5 miles north of Kewaskum.
AUCTIONEER’S NOTE The Estate of Dennis Reilly, Fond du Lac, with additions. Dennis restored pipe organs and took unusual pride in the quality and care of his tools. Most of them are nearly like new. FFL rules apply. Visit www.paulauction.com for complete ad, photos and terms. Over 420 lots.
GUNS/SWORDS/AMMO: 27 guns include: NIB Browning BPR22 Mag; Weatherby Mk XXII .22, Rem 552 Speedmaster .22; Win 70 Featherweight 30-06, Navy Arms Henry 44; Marlin 336CS 30-30, Rem 1100 20g, Win 100 .308; Ithaca 37 16g, NIB TC Compass 30-06, NIB Mossberg 500 .410; Win 37 .410, Etc.; Several Civil War era swords; 3 US Bolo knives; Compound & cross bows; Blank machine gun ammo; Ammo; Etc.
TOOLS: Delta Unisaw w/fence and ext. tables; Delta X5 15” planer; Performax 22-44 drum sander; Grizzly 6” jointer; Grizzly shop vac; Complete Oxy Acet torch set; Arc welder; Snap-On ¼, 3/8, ½ drive socket sets plus ¾ drive impact set; Snap-On SAE & Metric wrench sets; 2 stacking tool chests; Like new Bostitch, Milwaukee, CP, Porter Cable, DeWalt and other electric & air tools; Precision machinist tools; Many quality woodworking tools; Many hand tools; Antique tools, Etc.
ANTIQUES, ETC.: Nice 3pc 1930s oak dining set; Oak flat file cabinet; Excellent 5’ leaded, jeweled, beveled crystal transom window; Scarce Mills Panoram Soundies coin-op remote selector; Good cast iron and pressed steel toys; Herschede 9 tube Grandfather clock; Hamilton Chronometer Watch, Model 22; 3 Ansonia Royal Bonn clocks; USN Chelsea clocks; 4 chime clocks; Hanging kitchen clock; Several wall clocks; Nice 3 weight Cuckoo clock; Good Christmas ornaments; Feather trees; Harness bell straps; 1892 Oz/Wash Plat book; Numiscope coin inspector; Lightning rod balls; WI license plates to 1927; Red Wing Bowls; Stoneware; Oil lamps; Church candle sticks; Edison Home Phonograph w/Morning Glory Horn; Quality vintage stereo equipment; Several hundred player piano rolls & Much more.

TERMS: Cash, check or credit card. Full terms online @ www.paulauction.com. Buyer’s fee 10%, 3% convenience fee for CC. Tax collected.
REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER Mike Paul No 28

PAUL AUCTION COMPANY, INC.
Kewaskum, WI 53040 1-262-338-3030

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!! READ THIS!!
If you read nothing else, read this:

This is a timed closing auction. Not every item ends exactly at 7:00pm on 9/26. Starting at 7:00pm, the first 3 lots will start to close. At 7:01 lots the next 3 lots will start to close. At 7:02 3 more lots will start to close and so on until all lots have closed out at about 9:00pm, 2 hours after the auction first started to close. If you or anybody else bids within the final 2 minutes of the close on any given lot, the bidding will automatically extend for another 2 minutes to allow other bidders to place a counter bid. This will continue until there is no further bidding activity within a 2 minute time frame. This is by design and that's what makes it a true auction. If you want to be the successful high bidder then you have to be the person who is willing to bid the highest; it's not possible to "snipe" the bid. If you have any questions at all, please call me, I'm happy to explain it.
Bidding Tips When you click on the bid bar, (and then click again to "confirm bid") you are placing a bid for the next automatic increment. If you click on the down arrow on the right side of the bar you can select from Bid A Specific Amount which will automatically jump the bid from its current price to whatever amount you enter, or you can choose Create Maxbid which will let the computer automatically place your bids for you up to but not past the amount you enter. Make sure you pay attention to which bidding option you choose. 99% of the time you want to place a Maxbid. 

If you have questions, ASK!

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In Person Inspection, Monday Oactober 25, 2:00PM-6:00PM.
This is your opportunity to look, touch and examine. Please take advantage of it. All merchandise is here at the auction hall for the inspection. 

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MERCHANDISE PICK UP
Pick up is scheduled alphabetically for Last name starting with letters A-L on Wednesday, October 27 from 2-6PM and last name M-Z on Thursday OCTOBER 28 from 2-6PM. It is alright to come on the opposite day if you have a scheduling conflict; please call or email to advise. You must pick up during these time periods if you intend to pay with cash or check. Customers who do not pick up during the scheduled time period will have their credit card charged after 6PM on Thursday unless other arrangements have been made. We do not automatically charge your card unless you don't pick up during the scheduled time period or call us to make other arrangements. If The scheduled dates and times don't work for you please call us to see if we can accommodate you.

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TERMS & CONDITIONS TO INCLUDE GUNS.
When you register as a new bidder the credit card you register with will have an authorization check performed. In order to successfully register, the address that you register under must match the address on the credit card. The credit card used for registration will be automatically charged following the auction unless you make payment during the scheduled pick up time. If alternative payment is approved we accept cash, personal or cashier’s checks or wire transfers. Certain purchases such as coins, precious metals, guns and vehicles may require payment by wire transfer or certified cashier’s check ONLY. Please read the description of the items to see if these terms apply to your purchase. All purchases over $300 are subject to payment by bank wire transfer only if the bidder is previously unknown to Paul Auction Co. This is entirely at our discretion. Purchases made by check may be held until your check clears.
10% Buyers Fee applies to all purchases. 3% additional convenience fee when payment is made by credit card. Sales tax of 5.5% is also collected unless you have a seller’s permit on file with Paul Auction Co. Sales tax applies to Buyers Fee & Convenience Fee. You must tell us by phone call or email, prior to the close of auction, if you plan to use a resale number EVEN IF YOU ALREADY HAVE ONE ON FILE WITH US.
$10 Handgun transfer fee for each handgun purchased. All FFL Rules & Regulations apply. Firearms transferred at our facility will only be sold to WI residents of legal age who are registered as the actual bidder. All other bidders must make arrangements to have the firearm shipped to an FFL holder of their choice. Additional shipping charges will apply to all firearms. Call for clarification. Paul Auction Co. reserves the right to refuse transfer of firearm at our discretion even if your background check has been approved.
This auction features an auto bid extend. When a bid is placed in the final 2 minutes of bidding the auction bidding will automatically be extended 2 minutes from the time the bid was placed. ie: If an auction is scheduled to close at 7:00PM, receives a bid at 6:59 the close time will automatically extend two minutes. The auto extend feature remains active until no further bids are received within a 2 minute time frame.
Paul Auction Co. Inc. does not test items for authenticity or suitability. Although every effort is made to objectively describe the merchandise, personal inspection on the part of the bidder is strongly encouraged. Measurements are approximate sizes. If the description does not match the photograph please contact us for clarification. Any item(s) not removed on the scheduled pickup date or dates will be considered abandoned and will be forfeited unless alternate pick up or shipping arrangements were made prior to load out. Shipping is available for certain items; call to confirm. Shipped items will incur a minimum $6.00 materials fee in addition to actual shipping charges. Shipping and packing labor is charged out at $26.00 per hour or fraction thereof. Although some packing material or boxes may be available at Paul Auction Hall, it is recommended that you bring adequate supplies with you.
* All items are sold "AS IS, WHERE IS" with all faults.
* No implied or express warranties.
* All descriptions believed accurate but not warranted.
* In person bidder inspection is strongly encouraged.
* By placing a bid, bidder signifies that they have examined the items to their satisfaction, or that they have chosen not to personally examine them.
* Paul Auction Co. Inc. reserves the right to reject any bid at our sole discretion.
* Applicable taxes of 5.5% sales tax will be charged unless a sales tax exemption form is provided.
* Buyer's premium of 10% will be charged. An additional charge of 3% applies to credit card purchases.
* In the event of failure of the online bidding system or other technical failure, Paul Auction Co. Inc reserves the right to cancel and/or reopen the auction. The bidder contract entered into is enforceable between the bidder whose name is registered to the account regardless of who placed the bid and Paul Auction Co. Inc. Bidder and auctioneers agree that the terms listed below shall govern this auction. 1. Full payment shall be made before any items leave the premises. 2. Terms of auction: All auctions and all items are sold absolute regardless of price. Paul Auction Co. Inc. reserves the right to bid on behalf of the 3rd party bidders or as principal. Paul Auction Co. Inc. reserves the right to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, or withdraw any lot or lots from the auction. Payment for purchases must be made according to terms of each particular auction. All checks must be made payable to Paul Auction Co. Inc. A Buyers fee will be added to bid price to arrive at the sale price. Sales tax will be applied to buyer’s fee & convenience fee. All sales are subject to State Sales Tax Laws. Bidder agrees not to stop payment on checks or disallow a sight draft and is responsible for any expenses due to collection of bad checks. Bidder agrees not to initiate or pursue charge backs on any credit card payments. 3. NO WARRANTY: The descriptions of items in this auction are believed to be correct. Never the less, neither those descriptions nor any oral statements made by Owner, its Officers, Agents or Employees of auctions concerning any item shall be constructed as a warranty, either express or implied. ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS - WHERE IS. I, the buyer, have examined this merchandise and accept it the way it is. 4. SETTLEMENT: Must be made at the conclusion of the auction. Nothing is to be removed until settled for. Merchandise becomes the full responsibility of the Buyer at time of purchase, and Buyer assumes all risk of loss and damage to property. Owner and Auctioneers agree that merchandise may remain on the auction premises for a period of time following the auction. The date by which all merchandise must be removed from the premises will be announced by Auctioneer. 5. RESALE: Auctioneers reserve the right to resell any property not paid for in full on auction day. The Buyer shall be responsible to Auctioneers for any expenses of resale and collection and damages resulting from the resale. 6. INJURY & DAMAGE: Bidder acknowledges responsibility for any personal injury or property damage caused by Bidder or his Agent, and further agrees to hold Auctioneers, Owners, its Officers, or Employees harmless for any personal injury to himself or his Agents and any property damage incurred on auction premises. 7. By registering for this auction you give Paul Auction Co. Inc. permission to add you to their mailing list. You can unsubscribe at any time.

 

1
Cast Brass Pail w/Bail
10" x 5.5" 

2
2 Angle Lamp Globes
Standard size. 

3
Brass Pail
15"w x 18"h. Older but not antique.

4
Scarce Amron Lite cased glass partner desk lamp
Damage to both shades. Made by Robert Fairies Mfg. Co. Chicago, IL. 18"

5
Scarce single Amron Lite cased glass desk lamp
Damage to shade. Made by Robert Fairies Mfg. Co. Chicago, IL. 12"

6
Large Henry Troemner Pan Balance scale with weights
24" x 15" 

7
Balance Beam Scale including weights
Weight set not complete. 22" x 10" 

8
Numiscope Coin Sorter Grader Inspector
Untested. Designed for high volume coin inspection by coin collectors. Allows inspection of both obverse and reverse of the coin. I believe this machine specifically handles pennies, nickels, dimes and possibly 5 dollar gold coins and stamps. Appears to be complete but no guarantees. 

9
Classic Coleman Camp Cooler in green
22.5" x 13" x 13" 

10
Kennedy Style Machinist's Chest
20" wide

11
3 Boxes of asst'd wrenches
Mostly American made, no complete sets. 

12
Snap-On 3/4" drive impact sockets 7/8"-1 7/8"
With extras, in metal case. 

13
Assorted 3/4" drive sockets, etc.
T handle, extensions, universal, adapters, and more. 

14
Apex Swivel Extension Sockets and asst'd Hex Keys
1/2" drive. 

15
Mixed Socket Sets
Some foreign. 

16
Taps, Dies, Tap Sockets, Drill Bits, Files, etc.
With Snap-On socket carrier. 

17
Snap Ring Pilers
Lots of them. 

18
4 Boxes of Misc Hand Tools
Brake spring pliers, star wheel tools, spanner wrenches, vise grips, electrician's pliers, valve spring compressors, bearing scrapers, and more. 

19
Chisels, Punches, Soft Face Hammers

20
6 Boxes of Misc. Tools
Cylinder bore gauges, soldiering irons, gasket punches, hex keys, etc. 

21
Well Made Miter Jack and Pair of Screw Clamps
Miter Jack is about 32".

22
3 Hand Planes
Transitional plane, hollow plane, bench plane. 

23
Blizzard Copper and Brass Hand Sprayer
Good condition. 

24
28" Jointer Plane
Miss matched iron. Iron is marked Sandusky Tool Co. Can't decipher the plane maker.

24A
One Gross of NOS Whiskey Bottles
Somewhere, a crate of whiskey bottles has survived unscathed for over 100 years. No labels. About 6" tall. The possibilities are endless.

25
3 Pasload Cordless Framing Nailers
Used. Untested. 

26
2 Pasload Cordless Trim Nailers
With fuel cells, nails, etc. Used. Untested. 

27
Hanson Counter Top Retail Store Drill Bit Display Case
14"x12"x12" Crack in cover. 

28
3 Elvis Whiskey Decanters by McCormick
Set of 3. Two full, one partial. In the last photo it looks like Elvis got in a bar fight. That's just leaked and dried Bourbon. 

29
RCA CD Radio Cassette Stereo System
Untested. 

30
27" Dayton/Kennedy Steel Machinist's Chest

31
Kennedy Machinist's Chest
Re-lined and re-painted. 

32
Waterloo Machinist's Chest
Re-lined and re-painted. 

33
Starrett No. 385-36 Steel Straight Edge with Bevel Edge
36" with home made case. 

34
Starrett 2A-FL No. 1" - 2" Outside Micrometer
With friction thimble. 

35
Dial Indicator Height Gauge

36
Asst'd Dial Indecators

37
Partial Starrett Gauge Block Set

38
Sine Plate and Bar with Suunto PM 5-360PC Clinometer

39
Overland Circus Cast Iron Pull Toy with Bear
14"x8"

40
Overland Circus Cast Iron Pull Toy
With lion, no driver. Animal is a replacement. 

41
Kenton Sand and Gravel Wagon
15" 

42
Cast Iron Wagon Pull Toy
11.5" 

43
Cast Iron Dump Rake

44
Cast Iron Sand and Gravel Pull Toy
10.5" 

45
Loose Cast Iron Animals
Boy on dog has break to base. 

46
Buddy L IHC Shell Fuel Oil Pressed Steel Truck
21" missing rear doors. 

47
Buddy L Super Market Delivery Pressed Steel Truck
22" 

48
Kiddies Metal Toys US Mail Pressed Steel Truck
22"

49
Wyandotte Auto-Transport Semi
22" No cars but has loading ramp. 

50
Wyandotte 14" Baggage Steel Tow Truck

51
Wyandotte Steel Space Pistol
Works. Uses a retained cork to make a loud "POP" sound.

52
Wyandotte Marble Egg Laying Hen
Includes the usually missing head insert. 

53
Lindstrom Metal Bowling Alley Game
30" with pins and ball. 

54
Arcade Bowling Alley Game
42" with pins and balls. This is the same Arcade Co. that makes cast iron toys.

55
Wolverine Ski Jumper Toy
26" When the skier gets to the end of the ramp, he trips a spring loaded launching device that sends him flying. 

56
Wolverine Air Defense Gun Tin Litho Target Game
12" x 18" 

57
Daiya Tin Litho Robot Astronaut
6 3/4" untested. 

58
Tin Litho Wind Up Robot
5.5" untested. 

59
Asst'd Tin Litho Robots and Parts
Includes Marx and possibly Marline. 

60
Asst'd Tin Litho Noise Makers
Cow does not moo. 

61
Mickey Mouse Soap and Flying Trapeze Toy
.

62
Jaymar Popeye Characters
Includes Popeye, Olive Oyl, Wimpy, and Eugene the Jeep. Wood jointed figures copy write by King Feature Syndicate 1936. Up to 6" tall. Bonus points if you knew that Jeep had a first name.

63
8 Nesting Picture Blocks
5" x 5" 

64
10 Nesting picture blocks
4.5" x 4.5" 

65
Trinity Chimes Church Piano Toy
10" x 18" This is kind of loud. And jarring.

66
Picture Block Puzzle Set
8" x 6.5" 

67
3 Picture Block Puzzle Sets
One old, one new, one newer but not original to old box. 

68
Asst'd Machine Made Marbles
And a few clay nibs. 

69
5 Glass Candy Containers
3 lanterns and 2 dogs. 

70
Lead 4.5" Santa Figure
Dated 1925. 

71
Glass Baby Face Ornament

72
2" Red Kugel

73
Child's Toy Drum
6". Santa and Greetings have been applied. 

74
9" Cotton Santa
Belt has been taped in place. 

75
(2) 3.5" Glass Corn Ornaments

76
3.5" Child/Clown Ornament

77
(2) 3.5" Chubby Cheek Kid Ornaments

78
4.75" Glass Deer Ornament

79
6" Cotton Santa
Japan

80
(2) Glass Clown Ornaments
A representative from each major political party. 

81
3.5" Angry, Disturbed, Clown Ornament
This will keep you up at night. 

82
4" Cotton Santa

83
Child/Clown Ornament

84
4" Silver Kugel Ornament

85
3.5" Maniacal Creepy Clown Ornament

86
Child Cherubic Ornament

87
(3) Child Face Ornaments

88
Horn and Bird Clip Ornament
8"

89
2 Corn Ornaments to 4"

90
4" Santa Clip Ornament

91
(3) 2.5" Child Face Ornaments

92
(2) Glass Snake Ornaments to 7"

93
5.5" Cotton Santa
Occupied Japan. 

94
(2) 2.5" Peacock Ornaments

95
5" Corn Ornament

96
Angel and Fish Ornaments with New Snowman

97
3.5" Child Face Ornament

98
3.75" Zeppelin Ornament
This is glass, not Led. 

99
2.5" Gnome Ornament
I referred to this as a Leprechaun. My wife insists it's a Gnome. Cast your vote on Pick-Up day. 

100
Cotton Santa with Tree Ornament
.

101
3.5" Cat in Shoe Ornament

102
Hen House, Barrell, Banana Glass Ornaments

103
6" Turkey and 4" Dresden Pigeon Ornament

104
(3) 3" Young Lady Ornaments
Goldie Locks? 

105
4.5" Felt Girl

106
4" Glass Pipe and Glass Bottle Ornaments

107
Shackman Jumping Jack Jointed Santa 5.5"
Excellent condition.

108
3.5" Clown Ornament
.

109
Child on Sled, Child on Car & a Roly Poly
Glass ornaments.

110
Spun Cotton Ornaments to 2"
.
 

111
3.5" Snowman Head
.

112
Pair of 4" Wooly Sheep.
Some wear to the darker one.

113
3" Compo Hen Candy Container
She's a cutey.

114
Newer 10" Christmas Tree Glass Topper
.
 

115
Three Bottle Brush Trees to 6.5"
.

116
A Pretty Busy 7" Santa and Reindeer Figure
.

117
Horse Collar Bells
Braze repairs to both arms but doesn't affect use.

118
2 Straps of Bells to 17"
.

119
5' Strap of 15 Sleigh Bells.
.

120
Lighted Halo Angel In Box
.

121
33" Antique Feather Tree
.

122
72 NOS Feather Tree Ornaments
Most of them are still wrapped in the original tissue paper.

123
A Newer Feather Tree
.

124
A Dozen Feather Tree Ornaments
.

125
Nicely Boxed Set of Mickey Mouse Lights by Noma
Great graphics.

126
11" Paper Mache Pulp Santa
He looks a little forlorn.

127
Paper Mache Pulp Santa & 10" Tree
There is a hole in the top of the tree.

128
Lot of Asst'd Die Cut & Other Christmas Paper to 13"
.

129
7" Paper Mache Pulp Lantern
.

130
Blow Molded Santa w/Cocker
Paul Auction Co. - Bringing you only the finest in high end, vetted antiques.

131
2 Paper Mach Pulp Jack O' Lanterns to 7.5"
.

132
4" Paper Mache Pulp Jack O' Lantern
.

133
2 Paper Mach Pulp Jack O' Lanterns to 5"
.

134
Asst'd Halloween Die Cut Paper Novelties
.

135
25 Easter, Birthday, Valentine, Thanksgiving & Calling Cards
.

136
Paper Mache Hen On Nest & Chick w/Egg and 2 Accordion Eggs
Jack O' Lanterns are not part of this lot.

137
Post Card Collection w/RPPC
Black Stereotype, Humor, Holiday and more.

138
Winchester .32 Rifle Cartridges and Some Shotgun Shells
.

139
Stag Foot Handled Sheffield Sheath Knife and a Set of Iron Knuckles.
Knife is in good condition. Knucks have slight surface rust. Which does not affect their use.

140
17" Iron Target
Heavy steel plate.

141
2 Man Log Carrier
Mfg. by Leach of Oshkosh. If it matters to you, Leach made the absolute highest quality logging tools available. Nobody else even came close. While these would be at home on the wall of your cabin, you could use them for another 100 years and they'd still be in great shape.

142
Ice Tongs From Random Lake, WI
The tongs are stamped: M.O.& S. which is presumably Mike Orth & Sons, a R.L. ice company from the late 1870's through 1945 when they got out of the business due to modern refrigeration. I don't know the significance of the "W", it may have identified the specific ice house where it was used.

143
Horse Hitch Neck Yoke & Collar Hames
.

144
WPA Beet Fork
Clearly marked on the handle as property of the Works Progress Administration, this beet fork is coming up on its 85th anniversary.

145
73+/- 50 Cal. Linked Machine Gun Blanks
Mixed head stamps.

146
4 Brass Bells to 3"
All these need is a leather strap for you to be 100% ready for the Christmas season. Quality bells with a pleasant tone.

147
13" x 14" Forged Horse Shoe
I don't know what its intended purpose was but the lack of fullering and substantial size suggests it was just for looks.

148
1892 Washington Ozaukee Counties Plat Book
The final photo shows the general area of what is widely acknowledged as the cultural, intellectual and artistic center of Washington County.

149
152+/- rounds of linked, blank .30 Cal. machine gun ammunition
Twin Cites head stamp

150
Strap of 5 Sleigh Bells up to 3"
A nice. short strap for the front door. Great atmosphere for the holidays. Also good for determining what time your teenagers roll in.
 

151
8' Strap of 19 Old School, Brass Sleigh Bells up to #8.
Some of these are the style that uses a twisted wire to retain the bell and others were riveted bells that have been drilled and tapped to be held by a screw. Overall a nice strap of bells.

152
Koehler Mine Safety Lamp
This is a genuine brass safety lantern, not a decorator or souvenir piece. Unfortunately it does have stress cracks to the font.

153
Hirsch Patent Pioneer Electric Mine Lamp
This is another genuine mine lamp, not a decorator piece. These are known but very difficult to find, especially in this fine condition.

154
Thomas & Williams Modern Mine Style Lamp
Although it's not certified for explosive atmosphere it is a very well made lamp and does work as an oil lamp.

155
Lot of assorted Hand Planes
Wells, DeForest, Etc.

156
Rockingham Glaze & Brass Spittoons Plus a La Palina Glass Humidor
Brass style fits over a (not present) receptacle.

157
Classic Coleman Cooler Dated 8/82
A real antique. If you're 12.

158
Several Pulleys & a Block & Tackle.
The B&T would be great for the meat pole in deer camp.

159
2 Wood Frame Pulleys.
The double sheave pulley is marked A.T.S. Ry. Co. for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway. The other pulley is 6".

160
4" Triple Sheave Block & Tackle Set
.

160A
2 Incomplete Letters Stamps & A Complete Number Set
.

161
WI License Plate Pairs 1932-1942
Does not include 1933. 1934 is a short, 4 digit set. There are also single plates of 1932 & 1946.

162
WI License Plate Pairs 1927-1931
Includes additional 1931 single.

163
14.5" Enamel Bowl and 13" Covered Pan
The covered pan is in absolutely immaculate condition. The base is cream with black trim and the cover is red with black trim and nickel vents. It's a pretty nice piece.

164
Pair of Blue Milk Glass "Onion" J.F.G. Lightning Rod Balls.
Julius F. Goetz, Hartford, WI

165
Pigeon Blood & Ruby Lightning Rod Balls
Damage to collars.

166
6 White Milk Glass Lightning Rod Balls
These have been personally hand selected by me, for you, as they have the best collars. 

167
Lot of 5 Lightning Rod Balls
3 SCA & 2 BMG. Collars are good on SCA but rough on the BMG.

168
Lot of 6 WMG Lightning Rod Balls
These have a decided amethyst cast to them.

169
Lot of 5 WMG Lightning Rod Balls
Damage to collars.

170
Ideal Giant Cast Iron Tool Box Cover
McCormick & Deering (IHC) produced the horse drawn New Ideal Giant, (not to be confused with New Idea) horse drawn mower that this once graced.

171
Winchester Reference Books
.
 

172
Rhodes Kriss Kross Razor Strop
An early automatic strop for safety razors.

173
2 Dark Room Lanterns.
Also works as running lights for a boat with two port sides.
 

174
Canning Jar, Planter's Peanuts 75th Anniversary Jar & Cleaver
The cleaver is marked Fulton tool. The canning jars has an unusual threaded collar on it. I suspect that it's to make the jar suitable for some other purpose, but what?

175
Custom Made Gun Rack w/Mountain Lion, By Skinny Voeks, Waubeka, WI
This was made specifically for the Navy Arms Henry .44-40 rifle, Lot No. 340.

176
Assorted Marbles
.

177
WWII Japanese Army Tank Periscope.
.

178
McCoy Cottage Cookie Jar
.

179
Chamber Pot & 7" Bowl
.

180
2 Pieces Of Red Wing Gray Line
Both have hairlines. The bailed piece advertises Home Brand Coffee by Home Tea Co.

181
10" Green Mixing Bowl
.

182
10" Red Wing Bowl
Bottom signed.

183
13" Red Wing Bowl.
Great Bowl with a nice bottom signature.

184
15" Mixing Bowl
.

185
French 1850 Foot Officer's Sword for US Market
No scabbard.

186
French Model 1822 Officer sword, Mfg 1874
No scabbard.

187
French 1850 Foot Officer's Sword for US Market
No scabbard.

188
Imperial French Grenadiers Saber, Early Model
No scabbard.

189
7.5' Throwing Spear
Iron, with a coupling made of wood.

190
WWII Japanese Toyoda Bayonet
With scabbard

191
1838 French Artillery short sword
With scabbard.

192
1838 French Artillery Short sword w/Engraving
With scabbard.

193
1854 Prussian Artillery sword w/Letter Code Crown
With Scabbard.

194
French Infantry Hanger
No scabbard.

195
Prussian Short Sword w/Chinese Marks
.

196
Crusader Style Sword
Can't see any markings. Weighs a ton. This would have been seen hanging on the wall in a 1974 advertisement for ""What sort of man reads Playboy?" You can picture the room, Mediterranean inspired furniture, a bottle of cognac, a turtle neck sweater and in the background, cool jazz.

197
US Bolo Knife w/Sheath
SA 1909 bolo w/ 1911 RIA sheath.

198
US Bolo Knife w/Sheath
SA 1909 Bolo w/ RIA 1912 sheath.

199
US Bolo Knife w/Sheath
Plumb 1917 bolo w/RIA 1909 sheath.

200
Ansonia La Tour Royal Bonn Clock
Runs. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself. 

201
Ansonia Bonn Royal Bonn Clock
Runs. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

202
Ansonia Pocono royal Bonn Clock
Runs. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

203
6" Chelsea Radio Room Clock
Engraved dial. This is a good, clean, running example.. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

204
6" Chelsea USN Ship's Clock.
Runs. Repairs to hands.The only example I've ever seen with a factory original plastic over brass dial. Very unusual. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

205
Hamilton Chronometer Watch, Model 22
21J, adjusted temp & 6 positions. Size 35.SN 2F12862. Plastic crystal is loose. Runs. This is essentially an oversize, highly accurate pocket watch mounted in a gimbaled movement. It will run for about 2 days on a full wind. If you want an example of American design and engineering at its finest, this is for you. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

206
Smith 8 Day Ship's Clock.
Made in England. Brass Case. Will run. 7J platform escapement. Marked H.M.S. Kent. Dial latch is broke but does not affect operation. Needs a cleaning. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

207
Junghans Walnut Case Chime Clock
12x18x8.5. Runs & strikes. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

208
Junghans Mahogany cased chime clock.
Runs & strikes. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

209
Junghans Chime Clock
Runs & Strikes. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

210
Gustave Becker Mahogany Chime Clock
Runs & strikes. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

211
Gibert "Jupiter" Oak Case Parlor Clock
T&S. Runs. Nearly identical to the Ansonia "King". Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

212
Gilbert "Occidental" Walnut Parlor Clock
Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

212A
2 Large, Framed Tapestries
.

212B
2 Large, Framed Tapestries
.

212C
2 framed Tapestries
.

212D
Framed Religious Print & Barton Organ Print
Nice walnut frame on the religious print but it's missing some type of crest.

213
Bostitch Coil Framing Nailer
Low usage.

214
Bostitch H30-8 Hammer Nailer
Unused

215
Bostitch Stick Nailer
Low usage.

216
Bostitch Coil Roofer & Half Case of Nails
Low usage.

217
Bostitch 2" Brad Nailer
Low Usage.

218
CP714 air Hammer w/Attachment's
Low usage.

219
CP778 Air Sander & Cot Off Tool
Like New.

220
3/8" & 1/2" CP Impact drivers
Good condition.

221
CP Air Drill & 3/8 Speed Ratchet
Low usage.

222
Forstner Bits 1/4" - 2 1/8"
China

223
DeWalt DW682K Plate Jointer "Biscuit" Kit
Like new.

224
Porter Cable 7539 Vari-Speed 3 1/4HP Plunge Router
Good Condition. This is a commercial grade, production tool.

225
Porter Cable 7499 Cut Out Tool
Rotary tool. Great for drywall work.

226
Sears Craftsman Router
Made in USA.

227
Milwaukee 1/2" 3107-6 Right Angle Drill Kit w/Case
Like new. For decades this was the gold standard for electricians and plumbers punching holes through studs and joists. Cordless tools may be the new King, but these wil run all day and never breathe hard.

228
Milwaukee 5359-21 1 1/8" Rotary Hammer
This beast will bore through anything. Excellent condition with several bits.

229
Milwaukee 5370-1 1/2" Hammer Drill
Great condition.

230
Craftsman 4" Belt Sander & 7" Circle Saw
Good tools for the truck.

231
Dayton 1/2" Drill & Skill 7" Disc Sander
.

232
Binks Line Dryers & Regulators
And some odds and ends.

233
Hole Saws 5/8" - 6"
.

234
6 ea of Hempe 6-6612 & 6-6614 Hand Screw Clamps
Made in USA. Little or no use.

235
6 ea of Hempe 6-6618 Hand Screw Clamps.
Made in USA. Little or no use.

236
6 Small 6" Bar Clamps
.

237
21 "C" Clamps & 3 Vise Grips
.

238
Mitutoyo Dial Indicator & Starrett Tool Holder
.

239
Enco no. 300 Magnetic Base Tool Holder
.

240
Scherr & Tumico 0-1" Outside Mic with Slip Ratchet.
.

241
Snap-On QJR-3200B 200 Foot Pound Torque Wrench
.

242
2 Binks No. 18 & a No. 19 Spray Guns & Fittings.
.

243
Snap-on 1/2" Drive 3/8" - 1 1/2" Socket Set, Etc.
Extensions to 20".

244
Snap-On 3/8" Drive Socket Sets, SAE & Metric, Etc.
Includes Flex Head and fixed ratchet, speed handle, breaker bar, extensions, metric 6pt deep, SAE 6pt deep, SAE 12pt standard, universal, spark plug socket & Waterloo case.

245
Snap-On 1/2" Drive 6pt Deep Impact Sockets 3/8" - 1 1/4".
With adapters.

246
Misc. snap-On 1/2" Drive Includes 3/8" - 1 1/4" 12pt SAE Standard Socket set
.

247
Misc. snap-On 3/8" Drive Tools
6pt SAE & Metric deep sockets sets, & 12pt SAE standard sock set, etc.

248
Snap-On 3/8" Drive 6pt Universal Impact Set
Plus 6pt deep impact set and Torx set.

249
Snap-On 1/4" Drive SAE 6pt Deep and 12 pt Standard Socket Sets
And more.

250
Snap-on 1/4" - 1" Combination Wrench Set
Plus a few flare nut wrenches.

251
Snap-On 6mm - 21mm Combination Wrench Set
.

252
Snap-On 1/4, 3/8 And 1/2 Drive Ratchet Wrench Set
.

253
Snap-On 3/8 - 15/16 Box End Wrench Set
.

254
Older Snap-On SAE Double Box & Combination Wrenches
.

255
Craftsman SAE & Metric Combination Wrench Sets
.

256
Craftsman SAE open End Wrench Set
.

257
Misc. Craftsman Tools & Foreign 1/4" Set
.

258
Stant ST 255 Coolant System Pressure Tester
.

259
Snap-On MT816B Tach & Dwell Meter &KVL 2504 Compression Tester
.

260
Pro-Lift 8 Ton Hydraulic Bottle Jack
Like new.

261
Pro-Lift 8 Ton Hydraulic Bottle Jack
Like new.

262
Hein Werner 2 Ton H68026 Hydraulic Bottle Jack
Like new.

263
Hein Werner 6 Ton H68028 Hydraulic Bottle Jack
Like new.

264
Assorted Automotive Tools
.

265
Flare Kit & Snap-On Incomplete T&D Set
.

266
Wheel Puller Set in Snap-On Box
.

267
Misc. Taps & Dies
.

268
Snips, Shears & Crimpers
.

269
Ridgid & Other Pipe Wrenches to 24"
.

270
Blue Point 20" HL120P Slip Joint Pliers.
I don't care what the catalog says, they're still Channel Locks.

271
Asst'd Wrenches, Snap Ring Pliers, End Nippers, Etc.
.

272
Nice Set of Irwin Screw Lead Auger Bits and Irwin Jennings Round Shank Auger Bits.
.

273
Assorted Drill Bits, NIB Bit Grinder & Extensions.
.

274
Number & Alphabet Drill Bit Indexes
Missing the "A" bit.

275
Large Quantity of Jobbers Drill Bits.
Great shop supply.

276
Hammers, Mallets & saws
.

277
Snap-On Screwdrivers & Others
And plenty of hex wrenches.

278
Files & Rasps
Includes a nice set of Swiss jeweler's files.

279
Electric & Other Soldering Irons to 200W
.

280
Chisels, Gasket Punches, Punches, Drifts & Rivet Guns
.

281
Plumbing Supplies & Torch Heads
.

282
Electrical Supplies, Coax Wire, Boxes, Conduit Fittings, Fluke 73 Multimeter, Etc.
.

283
Painting Supplies
.

284
Hardware, Fasteners & Chain
.

285
Misc. Things
That you need.

286
Fender Protectors
.

287
6 Drawer Oak Flat File Cabinet
9 x 14. 1" drawers.

288
5' x 12" Transom Light
Leaded, Jeweled, Beveled Crystal. 100% ready to install or hang. She's a beauty.

289
Pre WWI Marbles Safety Axe No. 5
Nice, clean example.

290
Mills Sales Co. Model W-1 Coin Operated Remote Selector For Panoram Soundies Movie
You'll have to go down a few rabbit holes to find out much about this remote operating coin box. To save you some time, Google Panoram Soundie Movies. You won't find much, if anything, under the manufacturers name. Popular during WWII, they were pretty quickly ousted by TV. Regardless, it's an extremely scarce piece. No key, lock has been drilled.

291
10" x 12" x 3.5" Victorian Shadow Box
.

292
8 Drawer Oak Spice Box
Nice example.

293
21" x 10" x 7" Oak Clock Shelf
.

294
Pair 26" x 15" x 12" Hair Plaster Bracket Shelves
These are old and well made. Quite sturdy. NOT plastic. There is a chip out of the return on one of them but we have part of the chip and it doesn't look like a huge issue to repair. it.

295
Finger Table Oil Lamp
Quilted waist. Applied handle.

296
2 Finger Oil Lamps
.

297
3 Finger Oil Lamps
.

298
Bullseye Lantern
Lens is perfect. Still has whale oil burner.

299
Pair of Finger Table Oil Lamps
.

300
Three Table Oil Lamps
.

301
3 Complete Bracket Lamps
One might be missing the wall bracket. A few spare parts for good measure.

302
GWTW Floral Lamp Base
23" Overall. Sound font, still has oil in it.

303
1930's Desk Lamp
Cast iron base.

304
Fuerhand #260 Lantern
Dietz globe.

305
1960s/70s Style Light Fixtures
.

306
Lamp Parts & Shades
And 2 mismatched iron brackets.

307
8 Hole Tin Candle Mold
.

308
Pair of 23" Cast Brass Church Candlesticks
.

309
5 Rolled brass Church Candlesticks.
3 @ 27" and 2 @ 19"

310
Quartz Chime Clock & An Elgin T&S
Both will require your attention

311
Bail Handle Jug & A Bottom Signed MSWCo. Jug.
Both are under a gallon.

312
7 Pieces of Assorted Stoneware
Largest is 1 gallon.

313
Anton Wingen Jr. Solingen Germany Cutlery Set
Stainless steel with natural antler handles.

314
Kitchen Collectibles
Rolling Pin, Gilchrist #31 Disher and an Empress Copper Chafing Pot.

315
Iver Johnson Hammerless .32 Revolver
The usual wear. Please read all FFL rules listed under lot 0D at the beginning of the auction.

316
Sansui 5000 Stereo Receiver
Fairly high end. Scratched on top.

317
Pair of Utah WD-95 Speakers
.

318
Garrand Lab 80 MK II Turntable
.

319
24" Cast Concrete Figure of a Nude Woman
This piece is pre plumbed. Water (?)  flows out of the seashell and cascades over her body. I'm not making this up.

320
Browning BPR .22 Magnum
As near as I can tell this gun has never been fired. Beautiful condition and not commonly encountered. Pump rifle in .22 Mag.

321
25" Cast Plaster Figure of a Child With Urn
.

322
22" Plaster Bust
Has some chipping.

323
24" Medallion and Pair of 28" Electric Torches.
The medallion is horsehair plaster and most likely older. The torched are newer and wired for electricity. This trio wil look nice on the entrance to your private keep.

324
Marantz 1550 Receiver, Sony CDP-CE415CD Player & Fisher CR-W86 Dual Deck Cassette Player.
.

325
Weatherby Mk XXII .22 SA w/Scope
A nice clean gun. Includes sling.

326
NIB Sony SS-CS5 SS-CS8 Speakers
The boxes are stil taped shut.

327
Edison Home Phonograph
2 & 4 Minute. Missing crank.

327A
Ceiling Fixture
Brass or plated metal.

328
Red Wing Blossom Time Pitcher & Bowl & Wattware #15 Pitcher
Roughness to Watt spout.

329
McCoy Have A Happy Day Cookie Jar.
This had to be one of their very last pieces.

330
Remington 522 Speedmaster .22 SA
One of the all time classics in the .22 world. I think it's the only SA that lets you mix S, L. & LR in the mag tube and it swallows them all. Another, good, clean rifle. Comes with a fairly nice leather case.

331
Roseville gardenia Jardinière 600-4 & Hull Waterlilly, Etc.
.

332
RS PrussiaA nd Other Porcelain & Pottery.
New & old.

333
Star Trek, Bud & Coke Steins
.

334
Assorted Silver Plated Table Ware
.

335
Winchester Model 70 Featherweight in 30-'06
Very light wear. Everybody should own a Model 70 chambered in this caliber. There's a reason they're considered a classic.

336
8" Cut Crystal Bowl J. Hoare Corning
Excellent condition.

337
Bristol Glass Toilet Water Bottle
Apparently "Toilet Water" didn't mean then what it means now. No damage noted. These are kind of hard to find without damage and with the original sprinkle head.

338
Assorted Glassware
Cake plate, iridescent glass, pattern glass, advertising milk bottle, Scientific lab glass, colored glass, etc.

339
Tapestries, Textiles And Canning Jars.
.

340
Navy Arms Brass Frame Henry .44-40
This gun has spent its entire life hanging on a display board that was custom made for it by Skinny Voeks of Waubeka, WI. If you'd like to keep the pair together, you'll need to be the successful bidder on lot #175.

341
Large Lot Of Christmas Village Type Items and other Decorations
Includes several painted, Chinese eggs. They don't really have anything to do with a western Christmas, but they do today.

342
Another Large Lot Of Modern Christmas Decorations
Most still with their original boxes.

343
Assorted Modern Christmas Decorations
.

344
Frogs. All Things Frogs.
I'm not positive I agreed to this, but here they are.

345
Marlin 336CS Lever Action Rifle in .30-30
Another classic rifle in a lineup of classic rifles. Very clean and just in time for that late November hunt. 

346
Remington 700 ML Black Powder .50 Cal Muzzle Loader Rifle
Breech plug is missing. No FFL paperwork required.

347
Good Quality 2 Piece Leather Gun Scabbard
No maker's name.

348
Ruger M77 Walnut Stock
Scratch near butt pad.

349
2 Remington 1100 Stock Sets
One is refinished, the other has a crack in the forestock.

350
Remington 1100 LT-20 SA Shotgun
A nice, clean small frame piece for upland hunting or deer hunting. Comes with a smooth bore slug barrel. Chowderheads dismiss it as a woman's gun but these are great in the field.

351
Steel Gun Locker
Will hold at least 2 guns.

352
Horton Legend HD150 Crossbow
Includes Case.

353
Martin CoreFlex Fury Compound Bow
.

354
Eagle Compound Bow
.

354A
PSC Fire-Flite Compound Bow
Needs to be restrung.

355
Winchester Model 94 CPR Canadian Pacific Railway Centennial Commemorative Carbine
Essentially NIB, this particular commemorative isn't commonly seen around here. Chambered in .32 Win Spcl.

356
3 Boxes Plus of .303 British
.

357
7 Rounds .338 Win, Some .380 Auto and a Bunch of .38 Spcl/.357 Birdshot
.

358
Mixed Shotgun Loads
12, 16, 20 & .410 plus 2 boxes of BBs. For the shelf by the backdoor. 

359
Scopes, Pistol Grips, Tree Spikes & an Ammo Can
.

360
Winchester Model 100 in .308 Win
Another clean rifle. Includes 1 box magazine.

361
Gun Locks, GPS, Walkie Talkies, Rem Recoil Pad & Pistol Cases.
.

362
Hanging Pine Wall Shelf by Noted Cabinet Maker Skinny Voeks.
48x25x9

363
2 Modern Wall Hangings.
First piece is a rare image of Tommy Lee Jones and Liz Taylor.

364
Seth Thomas Long Drop Schoolhouse Clock

I believe it to be a mahogany case. Time only. Runs. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

365
Ithaca Model 37 16ga Pump Shotgun
I'm not sure I've ever had a Model 37 in 16ga come through here and now I have two in the same auction. It has the moderate wear of a shotgun that somebody really enjoyed using but didn't abuse.

366
A Private Label Ingraham Hanging Oak Kitchen Clock
John Cately Co. Wants to run but could probably use a cleaning. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

367
Nice Old Frame w/Modern Print
25x28

368
Oak Commode
Clean and ready to use.

369
Walnut Commode w/Tear Drop Pulls
Clean and ready to use.

370
NIB Thompson Center T/C Compass II .30-'06 BA Rifle
This second generation offering of the Compass offers an improved trigger design.

371
Nice Complete Victorian Floral Hanging Lamp
.

372
Single Bed
Loose joints but it's complete.

373
3 Weight German Cuckoo Clock
This is about as nice as you'll find a post WWI Cuckoo clock. Runs well, cuckoos on the hour and half hour. The third weight powers a music box that play a little tune on the hour, sometimes. Sometimes it kicks in and sometimes it doesn't. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

374
German Box Clock
32" Not running. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

375
Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk 1 (f) Sporter in .303
A nice clean piece. Comes with an extra magazine.

376
Gilbert Short Drop Oak School House Clock
Time only. Runs. A good looking clock. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

377
1920s/30s Hanging Ceiling Fixture.
The light sockets can be adjusted either in or out which why they look off kilter. 

378
Nice Old Frame w/Modern Print
24x27

379
Eastlake Commode
As one dealer says when it's not a cabinet grade wood, "North American tree wood".

380
Lee Enfield No. 4 Mk 2 (f) Sporter in .303
Also a clean gun.

381
Chatillon Hanging 10lb Butchers' Scale
J. Leser & Co. Milwaukee, was a wholesale butcher's supply house.

382
Oak Rocking Chair
100% original right down to the upholstery.

383
3 Piece 1930s Oak Refectory Dining Room Table, Chairs, Buffet & Server
The chairs have been reupholstered but aside from that it's as original as it was when it was purchased new on March 20, 1935 for $100.00. That's about 12 Big Ones by today's measure. Quite a purchase considering the times.

384
750 +/- Player Piano Music Rolls
You get 6 custom made wooden cases plus 3 cardboard boxes full of nothing but player piano rolls. The total count is probably closer to 800 but I'm not into getting my head ripped off when it comes up one short. No song list is available. Yes, you must take all of them. No, I won't ship. If you're the successful bidder, bring help.

385
NIB Mossberg 500E .410 Pump Shotgun
A versatile back door gun.

386
Oak Frame, Of Sorts
If I had to guess it probably had cloth behind it, wall mounted  and covered speakers or some portion of a church or pipe organ. 70x36.

386A
A Classic Bracket Lamp w/Reflector
Complete

387
Herschede "Sheffield" Model 230 9Tube Tall Case Clock
Cherry and oak veneer case. Moon phase dial. This is an exceptionally high quality, entirely American made clock, both the case and the movement. Unfortunately, a previous owner had the misfortune to drop the chime power weight which damaged the top hook on the weight and in turn caused the cable to backlash around the drum arbor. This is repairable but will require the skills of somebody knowledgeable with these movements.  Purchased new, all of the original paperwork and receipts are still with the clock. About $12,000.00 by todays equivalent. I sell a fair number of contemporary tall case clocks but almost all of them are economy models. This a piece worth owning.

388
English T&S Wall Clock
Movement unmarked. Runs. Cathedral gong. Mahogany & burl case. A well made and substantial clock. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

389
Birdseye Maple Dresser
Clean. 41"W

389A
2 Original OOC Paintings.
Smaller piece is signed.

390
Hibbard Spencer & Bartlett Model CC Whippet SxS 20ga Shotgun
Probably made by Crescent Firearms. Stock has been refinished.

391
Junghans Vienna Regulator
Not running. Needs a mainspring. Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

392
Mahogany Music Cabinet
.

393
Unfinished Pine One Piece Cupboard
32x65x15

394
Rudolph! Composition Figure w/Lightbulb Nose
Every auction has at least one piece that gets more inquiries than any other piece. When are you selling that? What's it made of? Does it work? Do you think I can get it for under $1,000.00? And so on. Rudy is made of some type of composite material and he's had an acceptable repair to one of his antlers. It's not marked and I'm not able to find another example. 13x18

395
Winchester Model 37 .410 SS Shotgun.
Winchester brought out the Model 37 because Stevens and the other econo-guns were eating Winchester's lunch in the lower end of the gun market. It's still a Winchester! Needs some repair to the forestock.

396
Jadeite Birdcage Stand and Birdcage
Cast iron base has rust but this is a piece worthy of restoration.

397
Long Drop School House Clock
This may be the clock that changes my opinion of Korean clocks. I was curious about the maker's mark on the dial as I'd never encountered it before. It took a little digging before I tracked it down. The movement is an exact knock-off of an Ansonia movement and the case didn't give it away either. Overall quality is very good and it's been running right along for the last several weeks. The seconds bit at 12 o'clock gives the paper dial a nice look. T&S Like all clocks, the fact that it runs here is no guarantee that it will still run when you get it home. It is always a sound idea to have have your new purchase serviced by a professional if you are not qualified to do it yourself.

398
Custom Wall Hanging Desk by Skinny Voeks.
Made of pine, this desk was designed to be wall mounted at whatever height is convenient for the person using it. The brackets at the bottom support the drop front when in use and swing out of the way when not in use. 31x44x20

399
9 drawer 1/4 Sawed Oak Flat File.
This probably started out its life in a library but somewhere along the way the internal dividers and retaining rods were removed. I believe it's an unusually early example, if the hand dovetailed drawers are any indication.

400
Ithaca M-66 .410 Lever Action Shotgun
I'll admit, a lever action single shot is kind of an odd duck in the shotgun world but when you chamber it in .410 you can do whatever you want.

401
Very Clean Walnut Swivel Office Chair.
Leather seat. A survivor. The casters have been replaced.

402
3 Section Stacking Tool Chest & Cabinet
The top chest is Snap-On, with keys and the bottom cabinet is Huot. Not sure about the middle. 27x57x18

403
2 Section Stacking Huot Tool Chest & Cabinet
Has both sets of keys. 30x53x18

404
1 of 2, 8 Drawer Storage Cabinets
I think most of these started life in an office somewhere but almost every single one of them ended up in some guy's shop as the perfect storage cabinet. They're built like a tank and you can load the drawers down with container after container of nuts, bolts and screws. If you're the successful bidder, bring help. 22x52x27

405
H&R Talo Squire 20ga Topper Shotgun
The Talo Squire is a slightly higher grade of the Topper series.

406
2 of 2, 8 Drawer Storage Cabinets
I think most of these started life in an office somewhere but almost every single one of them ended up in some guy's shop as the perfect storage cabinet. They're built like a tank and you can load the drawers down with container after container of nuts, bolts and screws. If you're the successful bidder, bring help. 22x52x27

407
Delta Unisaw table Saw w/Delta 52" UniFence & Accessories
The gold standard for table saws. Made in America. Includes table extensions, Delta universal tenoning jig, roller base, Craftsman Dado & Rabbet blades, throat plates, miter slides & more. The piece leaning against the right side is a shelf that mounts under the table extension. There's an additional homemade extension, not pictured, that goes with it.

408
Delta X5 15" Planer w/Feed Supports
Comes with rolling base. This isn't one of the "pretend" bench top, portable planers.

409
Performax 22-44+ Drum Sander
Rated for 22" but the open throat allows you to run material up to 44" simply by turning it around. Seems like the depth capacity was about 5" or so. The feed supports are an included option.

410
New England Firearms SB1 20ga 3" DU Greenwing Model
.

411
Harrington Peerless 1 Ton Chainfall
.

412
Grizzly 6" Jointer Model G1182
Not much use on this machine at all.

413
Portable Air Compressor
No name. Single stage. Untested.

414
24 Drawer Wooden Cabinet
28x53x12

415
Ithaca Model 37 Featherlight 16ga Shotgun
A bit more than the average wear on this one.

416
Craftsman 5HP Wet Dry Shop Vac
.

417
Marquette 10-134 Arc Welder, 295 Amp
Includes a helmet.

418
Medium Size Torch Set w/Harris Regulators, Welding Torch & Tips & Cutting Torch
Everything shown.

419
Set of 4 Axle Jack Stands
Unrated

420
Remington 1100 12 ga Shotgun w/Scope
Smooth bore slug barrel. Some finish issues.

421
Delta 12 " Portable Planer
With stand.

422
Grizzly Dust Collector System w/Hose
Barrel not included.

423
Convertible Stock Supports
.

424
Old School B&D Bench Grinder
Set up with wire wheel and buffing wheel.

425
Remington Model 10 12ga Pump Shotgun
.

426
Sears 3 Ton Floor Jack
.

427
Iron Radio Bench
About 28"

428
All of the Pony Pipe Clamps You Will Ever Need
4- 6', 6-4', 6-3', 12-2', 12-18". All are pretty much like new.

430
Remington Model 6 Improved SS .22 Boys Gun
.

435
Savage Model 1904 .22 SS Rifle
Comes with a neat leather scabbard 

440
Remington Model 11 12ga SA Shotgun
.

445
Winchester Model 1897, 12ga Pump Shotgun
The old war horse.

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KEWASKUM, WI
ANTIQUES, GUNS, TOOLS, CHRISTMAS
KEWASKUM, WI
STARTS THURSDAY, OCT 21, 7PM
IN PERSON INSPECTION MONDAY, OCT 25, 2-6PM.
STARTS CLOSING TUE. OCT 26, 7PM
PICK UP BY LAST NAME A-L 10/27 & M-Z 10/28, 2-6PM

LOCATION: N131 County Rd S. 1.5 miles north of Kewaskum.
AUCTIONEER’S NOTE The Estate of Dennis Reilly, Fond du Lac, with additions. Dennis restored pipe organs and took unusual pride in the quality and care of his tools. Most of them are nearly like new. FFL rules apply. Visit www.paulauction.com for complete ad, photos and terms. Over 420 lots.
GUNS/SWORDS/AMMO: 27 guns include: NIB Browning BPR22 Mag; Weatherby Mk XXII .22, Rem 552 Speedmaster .22; Win 70 Featherweight 30-06, Navy Arms Henry 44; Marlin 336CS 30-30, Rem 1100 20g, Win 100 .308; Ithaca 37 16g, NIB TC Compass 30-06, NIB Mossberg 500 .410; Win 37 .410, Etc.; Several Civil War era swords; 3 US Bolo knives; Compound & cross bows; Blank machine gun ammo; Ammo; Etc.
TOOLS: Delta Unisaw w/fence and ext. tables; Delta X5 15” planer; Performax 22-44 drum sander; Grizzly