220811 Advertising & Antique Auction
Listing ID#: 525720

Sale Location

Kewaskum, WI 53040
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Wednesday Aug 10, 03:00 PM
Bidding Ends: Tuesday Aug 16, 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. If we do not receive an answer from the FBI within the three day approval period we may decide not to transfer the gun at our discretion. 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 6:58 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. Items that can be packed into a typical cardboard box will incur a flat fee of $10.00 in addition to actual shipping charges. Additional charges will apply to custom crating or shipping situations. 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 suspend 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 by conclusion of auction pick up. 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
ESTATE ANTIQUE AUCTION
KEWASKUM, WI
STARTS THURSDAY, AUG 11, 7:00PM
IN PERSON INSPECTION MONDAY, AUG 15, 2-6PM
STARTS CLOSING TUE AUG 16, 7PM
PICK UP BY LAST NAME A-L 8/17 & M-Z 8/18, 2-6PM
LOCATION: N131 County Rd S. 1.5 miles North of Kewaskum
SPECIAL ITEMS: JD X330 lawn tractor w/42” deck, 20hp, ONLY 60 hours; JD 10P garden trailer; Harley Davidson snowmobile passenger sled.
ADVERTISING: Great 5’x4’ advertising mirror for “Midnight Fast Black” dye; Verifine Ice Cream double sided porc sidewalk sign w/frame; Coca Cola lollipop porc. sign top; Porc. Dr. Pepper sign; Good countertop oak showcases include Popcorn/Peanuts; Wood coffee crate; Bubble Up door push; Great Weber Bros. Horses, Hartford tin sign; Good Hires Root Beer sign; Orange Squeeze, Vess, NeHi Root Beer & Orange Crush tin signs; Tin Ag sigs; Cig & tobacco signs; Cherry Sparkle sign; Many advertising tins, boxes, etc.; 2 lg size Pabst outdoor tavern sign inserts; Several lighted beer signs & clocks; Pepsi & Coke lighted signs & clocks; 50s Pepsi Cooler; Vaseline Teaberry gum display; 110+ WI beer bottles include Pre-Pro; 1900s stand-up Santa; Mason’s blacking box; Harley gas tanks; Much more.
TOYS: Steelcraft Boston Flyer ride-on train; Murray Pinto Rally pedal car; Doepke firetruck; Many die cast cars incl. red line; Lg. K&H and other dolls; Etc.
STONEWARE: 15gl RW side stamped leaf crock; 4gl Hamilton & Jones Star Pottery crock; 6gl early Red Wing leaf churn and a Lazy 8 churn; 4gl Birch Leaf ski oval churn; 6gl RW butterfly crock; 4 gl RW ribcage target crock; Other Red Wing.
FURNITURE: Good, small oak cane display case; Great ¼ sawd oak sideboard w/showcase; Vict. sidelock walnut dresser; Cherry & Butternut work tables; A&C oak umbrella stand; Oak pedestal; Etc.
COINS: Silver halves; 2000+ silver dimes; 200+ war nickels; 242 Buffalo nickels.
THE REST: Signed R. L. (Reuben LeGrand) Johnston 1851-1918 30x22 “A Farm In Normandy” pastoral scenic OOC; Jeweled, leaded 28x36 stained glass window; Traditional 2 vice carpenters workbench; 2, 1920s comm. light fixtures; Victor oak phonograph horn; RR lanterns; Calculagrpah recording clock; Clocks; Gold, Sterling & costume jewelry, bakelite & rhinestone; St. Cecilia relic locket; Lg Rosary collection; Full length raccoon coat; Kent 10sp Men’s road bike; Bear Tigercat bow; Weather vanes; Cast iron #3 bell; David White Transit; Machinist chest & tools; Tools; Lawn jockey; Etc.
TERMS: Cash, check or credit card. 10% Buyer’s fee. 3% CC convenience fee; Tax collected. Full terms online @ www.paulauction.com.
REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER Mike Paul No 28
PAUL AUCTION COMPANY, INC.
Kewaskum, WI 53040 1-262-338-3030

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IF YOU READ NOTHING ELSE, READ THIS!
This is a timed closing auction. Not every item ends exactly at 7:00pm on 8/16. Starting at 7:00pm, the first 3 lots will start to close. At 7:01 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 Create Maxbid which will let the computer automatically place your bids for you up to, but not past, the amount you enter. This works like the live auction absentee bid and is entirely automatic after you place you maximum bid.
COIN BUYERS! If you are previously unknown to us we may require payment by wire transfer only, prior to pick up or shipping. Not sure? Call!
If you have questions, ASK!
Mike Paul
Paul Auction Co.
Mike@PaulAuction.com
262-338-3030

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In Person Inspection, Monday, August 15, 2-6pm
This is your opportunity to look, touch and examine. Please take advantage of it. All merchandise is here at the hall for inspection.

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Merchandise Pick Up
Pick up is scheduled alphabetically for Last name starting with letters A-L on Wednesday, Aug 17 from 2-6PM and last name M-Z on Thursday Aug 18 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 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. If we do not receive an answer from the FBI within the three day approval period we may decide not to transfer the gun at our discretion. 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 6:58 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. Items that can be packed into a typical cardboard box will incur a flat fee of $10.00 in addition to actual shipping charges. Additional charges will apply to custom crating or shipping situations. 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 suspend 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 by conclusion of auction pick up. 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
6gl Red Wing Crock
No damage

2
Menu board from renowned hamburger joint
Bid with abandon but be advised the Smithsonian has their eyes on it.

3
Four Pepsi and other menu boards
Includes numerous numbers, letters and a storage tray. 

4
NOS Federal 41pc Home Entertainment glassware set
Appears to be complete, but I did not empty the box to confirm. 

5
3 Old Slot Racer sets
All Ideal Motorific. Not guaranteed complete. One partial car. 

6
Farm-Oyl 5gl motor oil can
Good on the front, rusty on the back. 

7
Budweiser 3-D lighted sign
Works. All metal case. 18 x 15

8
Busch Beer lighted clock
13 x 19

9
7 Wisconsin Beer Bottles
Weber Theresa Munchner Steiney, Plymouth 15oz, Spaeth Fort Atkinson, Ziegler Beaver Dam, Lithia Christmas West Bend, Ziegler 520 Beaver Dam, Lithia West Bend.  

10
10 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Ruhlands Baraboo - both clear and brown, Effinger Baraboo clear and brown quarts, Ruhlands Baraboo quart. 

11
12 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Blatz both clear and brown, Independent Milwaukee Blob Top and crown top, Cream City Milwaukee, Pabst clear and brown, Young Milwaukee, Milwaukee Brewery Co., Gettelman, Miller quart. 

12
7 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Old Milwaukee, Schlitz Royal Ruby, Blatz, Independent Milwaukee Braumeister, Cream City Brewing with partial label, Gettelman, Braumeister by Heilman's. 

13
9 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Haegermeister Green Bay, Michicott, Hussa Bangor, Calumet Chilton, Walter Appleton with clean wire bail and stopper, Marathon, Henry Rahr Green Bay blob pint, Riverside Bottling Sauk City quart, Fuhrmann Reedsburg quart. 

14
15 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Fink-Uhen Burlington, Mineral Spring Mineral Point, Semrad Brothers and Pusch Highland, Fox Lake, Kurth Columbus, Schreier Sheboygan, Medford, Citizens Antigo, Ashland, Oconto, Antigo Brewing, Schreihart Manitowoc, Hillsboro quart. 

15
John Deere X330 20hp Riding Lawn Mower
With grass collection system. 42" deck. Only 62, one owner hours. As clean and fresh as it looks. Mower currently configured for side discharge but easily adapted for grass catcher chute.

16
11 Asst'd Bottles
Fox Head 400 60z and 12oz includes early Post-Pro, North Star Jr., Klinkert Racine, White Water, Bloxdorf Kenosha blob, Ruder Wausau, Weber Waukesha, A. Koretsky and Co. non-beer bottle. 

17
14 Asst'd Madison WI Beer Bottles
Hausmann pint, Heibels soda, Lake City soda, Fauerbach, Madison Club Special, Centennial Brew, Hausmann brown quart, Hausmann amber quart, Fauerbach quart with chips to crown. 

18
14 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Walters Eau Claire Family Beer Steiny, Rhinelander ACL shorty, Oconto, Fountain Brew, Leinenkugel embossed, Oconto 7 and 12oz, Peoples Oshkosh, Chief Oshkosh, Oshkosh embossed. 

19
Asst'd Bottles and Cans
Heinie's Hillsboro Strong Beer steiney, Bub's can, Schumacher Potosi, Haas Ripon, Unmarked malt tonic, Knapstein New London, Van Merrit Chicago, Royall Lyme stoppered splash bottle. 

20
2 Madison Beer Bottles
Breckheimer Brewing Co. quart brown with bright clean bail and stopper, H. Schulkamp and Co. pint blob. 

21
1900's Counter Top Showcase
Old, gold finish. Takes, but does not have, 2 glass shelves. Old chip to wood at right rear top of case. 15 x 20 x 14 

22
Standard Fuel Oils Thermometer
Has seen weather. Thermometer in tact. 11.5" 

23
3 WI Beer Bottles
Sander Brothers Fond du Lac, Bechaud Brewing Fond du Lac, Geo. Blessing Grafton. 

24
3 Cardboard Beer Cases
2 Huber Monroe and 1 Leinenkugel. 

24A
John Deere 10P lawn/garden trailer
Near new, still has the nubbies on the tires, dump style. 

25
Waltham Banjo Wall Clock
Uses pocket watch/dashboard clock style movement. Not running. Base has been altered. 19" 

26
Asst'd cigar boxes and glass merchandising cover
Watchman Cigars, Celestino Fernandez Co. Milwaukee WI merchandising cover.

27
Mail Pouch Tobacco Adv. Thermometer
Thermometer intact. Has seen weather and wear. Some finish loss, some loss, some dingles. 39 x 9

28
4 Asst'd Adv Tins
Sunshine Biscuits barrel cover-missing glass, Reeds Scotch Patties, Uneeda Butter Wafers, Brach's marshmallows. Brachs has image wear. 

29
13 Asst'd Advertising Tins
Includes hard to find spice cylinder for counter top retail bin. 

29A
Asst'd Sporting Related Items
Good wood shotgun cleaning rod, 2 golf clubs, early powder horn with pest damage, MacGregor Hank Aaron baseball, 13 carom type balls. 

30
Cast Iron No. 3 Mailbox with newspaper wire
Tin back is missing but fairly easily replaced. 6 x 13

31
Capper's Farmer tin barn sign
Pretty good condition. 14 x 8 

32
Asst'd Dolls
Mostly home made. 

33
Country Store style string dispenser
I offered this separately because even though it is such a single use, utilitarian piece, they rarely if ever show up. Designed to be suspended from the ceiling. Holds the old style cone shaped string spool. 12 x 16

34
Harley Davidson Riding Cap
Old, original. Size 6 3/4. 

35
Assorted Collectibles
Chain frame advertising Donahue Iowa, school kid slate board, modern covered wooden box with duck. 

36
1929 and 1932 single WI license plates

37
Nabisco and Crescent 2.5lb Cracker Tins
Nabisco is kind of tough, but Tom Thumb Crescent is pretty nice. 

38
Asst'd Tobacco Tins

39
Marx cart and horse wind up steel toy with driver
Motor complete but needs work. Made in Great Britain. 10" 

40
Dwinell-Wright Co. Joyful Brand Coffee crate
Boston-Chicago over all good condition but some loss to the paper labels. 19 x 20 x 16 

41
11 Asst'd Tobacco Tins
Condition varies, The Belfast is probably in the best condition. Sweet Cuba and Peerless are missing the lids. 

42
Dr. Pepper Soda porcelain sign
Some chipping to edges. Nothing significant in my opinion. 24 x 9.5

43
Kan-O MadeRite Flour 25lb Tin
Some wear and denting but presents very well. 14 x 10

44
Star Tobacco die stamped steel sign
Some scuffing and other wear. 24 x 12

45
Grain Flail and Seed Corn Dryer

46
Kitchen Collectibles and Paper Advertising
Imperial milk glass rolling pin, Seal Test wooden milk bottle, 2 cornhusking pins, adv sifter, carded Mendets, Schlichting Sheboygan Falls ice cream carton, Blue Tip matches, grocery list booklet, adv pencil box, Godfry grocery list cover, Schaefer and Engelhardt ice cream adv fan, Scott's 1889 &1890 adv calendars, etc. 

47
Postum Post Toasties Corn Flakes adv paperboard sign
Condition issues but still displayable. 20 x 16

48
Sir Walter Raleigh large tobacco can
A few dents, but strong image. 12 x 12

49
Beech-Nut Food adv steel panel
This was either from a door push or a shelf from a POP display. Surface issues but quite readable. Fairly heavy gage steel. 28 x 6

50
Chicken Dinner Candy steel sign
This brand of candy was made in Milwaukee. Normally when you see this sign, it is a one piece sign. This however, is a very rare, previously unknown, 2 piece sign with the highly sought after random nail holes. Additionally, it boasts of dents, creases, rust, and material loss on two corners. Other than that, it's perfect. 28 x 13

51
Asst'd bottles, piano rolls and other collectibles
Includes Husting Milwaukee bottle, 17 Easter post cards and more. 

52
Asst'd lighting items with a stove font
Pewter chamber stick with snuffer, modern pottery finger lamp, old Acme bracket lamp reflector and a Cleveland Foundry oil stove font. 

53
Clark's Teaberry Gum Vaseline glass, store counter top display stand
Gum stand has minor chip on lip and a Vaseline covered candy. 

54
Potato Chip and Peanuts counter top store vending display
Marked on two panels. Old blue paint. Kind of a neat piece. 14 x 13 x 14

55
Sterling Dark Tobacco can
Some surface scuffing but displays quite well. 8.5 x 12

56
Black Hawk Feeds steel sign
Some bends and wear but overall pretty good. 18 x 12 

57
SteelCraft Boston Flyer ride on toy train
Missing steering wheel. 23" 

58
Great Verifine Ice Cream double sided porcelain sidewalk sign
In original frame. Some porcelain chipping as shown. 28 x 24 x 29

59
11 Asst'd Comic Books
Magnus, Scooter, Red Wolf, Jimmy Olsen, Bat Man, Super Man, Turok, Marvel Daredevil, The Thing, Silver Surfer, Dr. Doom. 

60
Mandeville & King Co. Wooden Seed case
20 x 4 x 14

61
Doepke Model Ladder Fire Truck
Parts or project. 

62
Vintage Laundry Items
Fels-Naptha Soap crate, rug beater, wash board, dust pan, laundry shovel. 

63
MotoMeter Standard Radiator Thermometer
Some corrosion issues but complete. 

64
Colonial Bread adv door push
A three pc push, missing one end. Colonial was an Iowa brand. Consignor may be able to find the other end, but no guarantees at all. Being sold as you see it. Otherwise very good condition. 30" 

65
Pre BiggerHair Tobacco Can
No lid, condition issues. 

66
Tiger Chewing Tobacco Lunch Pail Can
10 x 8 x 5.5 

67
Die Cast Truck Banks and Cast Iron Horses
Includes Japanese steel 1915 Ford friction toy, 

67A
Badger Candy Chocolates Bucket and related
Ziegler Candy adv mirror and Lowney's Chocolates box. Bucket is
12 x 12. 

68
6 Asst'd Children's Plates
Teddy bears, Campbell's Soup Kids, etc. Some hairlines on Baby Bunting. Teddy has corrosion issues and no filler cap. 

69
Nice Cherry Sparkle Paperboard Sign
15.5 x 6

70
Coca-Cola Porcelain Sign
Chipped. Trimmed. 26 x 10

71
Vicks Va-Tro-Nol Adv Steel Sign
Surface issues 15.5 x 10.5

72
Asst'd Tobacco Advertising
Frank Mayo Cigar and Viceroy paperboard hanging signs. Red Feather, La Crosse WI paperboard box. 

73
Vess Beverages 6 color die stamped steel sign
Should clean up nicely. 30 x 12

74
Orange Squeeze Die Stamped Tin Tacker Sign
What appears to be a funky surface is actually the hardened, original wax paper that separated the signs as they came from the manufacturer. The sign has never seen weather. 28 x 13

75
Wilson Bulk Milk Cooler steel sign
Fairly heavy gauge steel. 26 x 9.5

76
Nehi Root Beer die stamped steel sign
Surface issues. Top center nail hole torn out. 30 x 12 

77
Victor Talking Machine oak phonograph horn
Some material loss and loose glue joints. 21.5 x 21.5

78
Miller, Dubroul and Peters Maple Cutting board
Cincinnati OH. Dated 11-23. Double sided. This may have been an example of their construction technique for butcher blocks, but I suspect it was made as a commercial, stand alone cutting board. 13.5 x 1.5 x 9 

79
National Biscuit Company store tin
10.5 x 11.5 x 10.5

80
Nehi Root Beer die stamped steel sign
Condition issues as shown. 30x 12

81
Sweet Cuba and Sweet Burley Tobacco Tins
Surface issues but displayable. 8.5 x 11

82
Slant Front Oak Counter top display case
Glass is missing from the front, door is missing from the back, but a cute piece. May have been for Zeno Gum. 10 x 15 x 8

83
Sunshine Cigarettes tin tacker sign
Surface issues 14 x 18

84
Excellent North Bros. Eagle fluting iron
Excellent fluter comes with one warming rod. Also includes a sad iron & 2 trivets to include Enterprise and "IWANTU" by Strause. 

85
Matched pair store ceiling lights
These are the classic lights you would picture in a 1920s/30s store. Shade is 14 x 10. Overall fixture is 53". 

86
Mason's Boot Blacking box
11.5 x 4.5 x 8

87
Campfire Marshmallows and Borden's Malted Milk Tins
Some surface issues. 

88
Decorative collectibles
2 partial wood planes, Scandinavian inspired wood charger, Blue Goose orange crate, swamp shoe for a one legged horse. 

89
Krispy Crackers Sunshine Biscuits Tin
Hinge needs to be repaired but this should clean up nicely. 9 x 7 x 8

90
HY-TONE Marshmallows and MW Gold Medal tea tins
No lid for the marshmallows, both have issues but make good decor. 

91
Oak Counter Top showcase
H.G. Lipscomb Nashville TN. 30 x 13 x 23.5 

92
2 Willow Wash Baskets
Both have some some damage but the larger one is in better condition. 

93
2 Ships in glass bottles
Plastic ships.

94
4 nice Victorian fruit prints
Includes nicely matched pair of walnut frames. Largest frames are 13.5 x 15.5. 

95
Independent Baking Co. Cracker Crate
Davenport Iowa 21. 5 12 x 14

96
A mixed lot
Includes electric Ives No. 1100 locomotive, a Marx wind up locomotive, tender and gondola .With 3 wire wheels and a small Christmas tree stand. 

97
And another mixed lot
Adv beater jar from McLachian Groceries, spring store scale, decorative English brass flue plate. 

98
Wood model of SS Normandie
Marked on base Van Ryper Vineyard Haven, MA. 25 x 4.5 x 4

99
Lot of asst'd jewelry
Large brooch/pendant maybe sterling with turquoise. 

100
Wright's Underwear paperboard signs
Some condition issues, but nice display pieces. 

101
Coca-Cola porcelain sign with iron frame
Does not have base. Some loss of porcelain as shown. 30 x 33

101A
London double barrel outside hammer wall hanger shotgun
About 12g 

102
Marceau brass trumpet
Incomplete, some damage, a wall hanger. 

103
Reed's counter top candy display
Some finish loss but not bad. 13 x 5 x 6

104
Union Meat Market sign
Bastian Brothers Pulveroid celluloid over cardboard sign. Wear to corners. 14 x 10

105
Beaded cushion with woven hand bag
Cushion looks like New York Indian bead work. Hand bag looks like South American Indian tourist goods. Also a hand mirror with violets, paint decorated egg in glass case. 

106
Blue Buckle and Trojan branddungarees and overalls paperboard adv signs
You would think that they would point out the safety factor for Trojan brand overalls. 14 x 11

107
Putnam Fadeless Dyes metal store cabinet
Some minorsurface issues on backside, opposite the graphics. 19 x 15 x 6

108
Cobbler's collectibles
Shoe shin pedestal, cheese maker wooden sole, 3 lasts, rotary nail bin, cobbler's coal hod. 

109
Asst'd Women's stockings and hosiery signs
Includes Mojud, Manikin, Wig Wam. Wig Wam Sheboygan WI is still in business. Also includes an early poster regarding the maximum hours of labor for women over the age of 16. Doesn't appear to address women under 16.

110
Holtzman's Pretzel tins.
Some fading. 

111
Santa counter top display of Christmas gift suggestions
Hand written suggestions for men include ties, socks, suspenders, handkerchiefs. This is the most ill advised suggestion list for a man that I've ever seen. 9.5 x 11

112
Bubble Up advertising door push
Some surface issues. 30" 

113
Orange Crush die stamped self framed steel sign
Some surface issues but very presentable. 47 x 17

114
6 pcs of kitchen metal ware
Mostly hand forged. 

115
Kingsbury Beer adv chalk board
Heileman Brewing La Crosse. 19.5 x 29.5

116
Asst'd men's and dresser top items
Camera, tie, wallets, powder boxes, figurines, and more. 

117
Rhinestone and other costume jewelry
Brooches, pins, earrings, necklaces, etc. 

118
Gold, Ivory and other jewelry
14k, 10k  and other marked jewelry. Includes 14k pin with diamond. Cameo, carved ivory, pearl necklace and other items. 

119
Pocket and Wrist watches
Includes Elgin 17j pocket watch with pen knife chain. Columbus hunting case pocket watch. 

120
Bakelite and other plastic jewelry
Includes nice Bakelite bracelet. 

121
Religious items and a relic
Includes a relic from Saint Cecila, Martyr, the Patron Saint of music and musicians. 

122
Young and Smylie Licorice tin
New York 6 x 8 x 4 

123
10 Asst'd tin type photos
Includes 4negatives of Ashippun fire trucks from the 1930's 

124
Early style Red Wing leaf decorated 6gl salt glaze butter churn
Minor chip at center front base. 

125
6gl Lazy 8 salt glaze churn
With ill fitting lid, damage to one handle, hairline in center top rear. 

126
3, 1930's Home Furnishing Arts hard cover catalogs
Includes Vol. 1 #1, excellent full color pictorial reference for contemporary furnishings, textiles and decor. And Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls. 

127
3 View Master viewers, projector, reels
Includes a case. 

128
4gl Red Wing birch leaf churn with ski oval
Interior rim chips, hairline on left side base with wood lid and dasher. 

129
Paper advertising goods
Egg dyes, CNW RR tickets, Heywood Wakefield price list, S & H Green Stamps, toy shoes, etc. 

130
Football Shoulder and Hip Pads
Hip pads are marked Stall and Bean Brockton, MA. 

131
Red Wing side stamped 15gl leaf decorated crock
Large chip on exterior rim, repaired chip on interior rim, no cracks. Side stamped on rear.

132
8mm Films
Betty Boop, Woody Woodpecker, etc. 

133
Traditional Snow Shoes
Rawhide and ash. 45 x 13

134
Red Wing 6gl Salt Glaze Butter Fly crock
Several lines at base, interior rim chip. 

135
Asst'd Military items
Includes NIB Patton Tank kit, basic training memory books. 

136
Asst'd sporting collectibles
2 Milwaukee Brewer baseball gloves and towel, Green Bay Packer towel, oven mitts, apron and for good measure a Fonzi/Henry Winkler autographed phot. 

137
Double bail handled Winnebago basket
16 x 10 x 14

138
Asst'd Railroad and other china
Includes Great Northern RR, Pere Marquette RR, Illinois Central RR, New York Central RR, Chalet on the Lake. 

139
Red Wing 4gl ribcage crock
Minor chip on one handle, otherwise excellent condition. 

140
Pabst, Old Style and Sprecher beer glasses
Includes unusual Miller High Life/Time Magazine promo pilsner glass and 4 novelty soda bottle jackets. 

141
Novelty flatware and serving pieces
Includes USN server and meat fork. The Pine Rest Sanitarium and Christian Psychopathic Hospital cook book. No, I am not making that up. It was located in Michigan, but ironically, not in the UP. There are some crazy good recipes in here. 

142
Asst'd Military and Sporting items
3 overseas caps, Outstanding Events in US Naval History, (vol 1 of 200,000), My Battle by Hitler, 50 cal machine gun cases, 12 loaded rounds of 45/70, Army belt buckle, sterling rifle marksman award. mounted solder statue, several firearm books and postage stamp albums. 

143
Asst'd paper collectibles
WI booklets and plat books, photos of the 1900 Paris Expo, real photo and other post cards, erotic photo cigarette case. 

144
Inlaid walnut candle box
Missing one piece of trim. Construction is blind dovetail, one of the most difficult joints to cut. 13 x 5.5 x 6

145
Large lot of Ashippun related advertising and memorabilia
Includes ash trays, plates, church keys, patches, clothing, wall hangings, calendars, bank bags, etc. 

146
Automobile related collectibles
Includes great Mobil/Castrol/Esso early 1950's pop up book. Plus Ford Pinto, Maverick and Mustang trim and plastic tail lights. 

147
Asst'd pottery and stoneware containers
Empty mercury jug, 2 art deco candle holders, cabin still empty decanter, duck pitcher. 

148
David White Transit and Tri-pod
Model unknown

149
Scouting and Sporting collectibles
1964 National Jamboree souvenir, hand book, Case construction hatchet, rough bayonet, Gerber knife, novelty action camera and binos. 

150
Hercules Detonators handbook and Camel brand fire crackers
Hercules copyright 1927

151
Sleepy eye porcelain head doll
Kid body, damage to fingers, German 21" 

152
Santa and Cinderella Masks
Cinderella includes dress type costume. Santa is mask only. Looks like he's had a hard night.

153
Hamilton & Jones Star Pottery salt glaze decorated 4gl crock
Stenciled and hand decorated. Tight 3" hairline from rim to handle.

154
Asst'd Toys
Athearn dummy Amtrak engine, tin athlete, Mario Bros Nintendo cartridges, action figure costume items. 

155
Bathroom adv tins and booklet of adv chemicals and cleaners
Check out some of the products advertised. 

156
Large collection of dolls

157
Oak Clock Shelf
20 x 8 x 8

158
Carved clock shelf
18 x 13 x 8

159
Oak piano stool
All original. 

160
Oak A&C umbrella/cane stand
Brass tray. 13 square by 30 high

161
Oak plant stand
15 x 31

162
Novelty wooden axe
42" 

163
Cast iron weather vane with ruby flash star cut insert
18.5"

164
D.B. Smith Blizzard copper and brass sprayer
All polished up. 

165
8 Drawer Spice Cabinet
Good stenciling all original. 

166
A. Voltter New York adv quart jug
No damage

167
Nabisco "Uneeda Bakers" counter top jar
No lid, crack in base. 10" 

168
Victorian Walnut plant stand
18 x 31

169
Cast Iron kite tail green glass weather vane
21" 

170
Schepp's tin cake box
Repairs to hinge, some surface loss. 11 x 9 x 11

171
Excellent Oak slant front display case with owl in moon trademark image
If you share my level of good taste, you'll be all over this. 19 x 29 x 9 

172
Planter's Peanut jar
No graphics on lid. 10" 

173
De Laval cream separator cow and calf die cut tin advertising
Surface issues on head of cow with calf.

174
Large wooden bowl
17" separation on one side

175
St. Louis cast bronze lightning rod with amethyst insert
17.5" 

176
3 Seltzer bottles
Kohlman's Racine with Gray's Janesville Famous Beverages faucet. Blue Mid Island Beverage service, Husting Milwaukee missing faucet. 

177
Nice Arcade Imperial No 157 lap coffee grinder
7" square

178
Manuel Avillar bronze Williamson's parrot bottle opener & corkscrew
Circa 1930. 6.5"

179
Chas. H. Slack Chicago advertising pint jug
No damage

180
2 Drawer Clark's Mile-End spool cabinet
Has a neat Grampa's Wonder Soap adv image on top. 23 x 7.5 x 15

181
Wattware Salesmen sample apple pitcher and Channel 12 match holder
Wattware has hairline on back. I got all excited when I found the match holder. It reads "Hello Milwaukee" which I initially misread as Heil Milwaukee and thought it may have been a late production piece from Pierron. I removed the felt applied to the base and slowly realized I was looking at WISN Channel 12's 1980's era logo pressed into the clay. Oh, well. 

182
Weber Bros. Hartford, Beaver Dam & Theresa horses sign
Tin tacker, has a few issues, but go find another one. Currently taking side bets on how much it sells for. This piece is great. 20 x 14

183
Cast Iron Handsome Cab and "Dot" toy stove
Missing the hack. 

184
Little Tot toy/spice grinder
Complete, original. 

185
Esterbrook's Oak pen nib display case
Drawer in back. 14 x 5.5 x 13.5

186
Cast Iron kite tail weather vane with amber insert
21.5

187
Gun Powder Tea metal store bin
In this case gun powder refers to a fine, green Chinese tea of granular appearance. 13 x 16 x 16

188
Blow mold Santa Claus
38"

189
4 Reproduction Pepsi signs
3 are porcelain, widest at 19"

190
Gilbert "Puck" walnut kitchen clock
All original, untested. 

191
Carved Victorian walnut dresser mirror with glove box base
Base has loose, but present trim pieces. 26 x 40 x 10

192
Budweiser calendar and Bud Light digital clock
Clock requires a power source. 

193
2 metal milk crates

194
Old Style plastic clock and lighted sign
Untested. 

195
3 Wood planes
Stanley #220, Sandusky and unmarked transitional. 

196
Coca-Cola lighted menu board
No inserts, 39 x 21 

197
Laundry and kitchen collectibles
Clothes line winders, carpet beater, nut cracker, etc. 

198
Metal phonograph horn
Green wash. 19 x 23

199
Great C & NWRy Adams and Westlake lantern
A complete and original with burner. 

200
2 Black mantel clocks
Sessions and another, untested. 

201
Asst'd hanging and table lamp parts

202
Blue milk glass lightning rod ball
Chips to one flange. 

203
Oil on canvas of young man with pipe signed E. Merkler
Listed artist. There are other, documented examples of this subject. 11 x 15 

204
Asst'd sheath and other knives
2 1972 Milwaukee Buck's rulers from the White Hen Pantry. 

205
Seth Thomas cathedral chime mantel clock
Untested. 

206
"Pepsi , please" lighted clock
Works, needs bulb, chip on lens where not easily seen. 10.5 x 16

207
3 NOS Clark's flue plates
With the original box. 

208
C&NWRy Dressel RR lantern with Fresnel ruby lens
And a battery operated hand lantern. 

209
Hand operated oak clothes washer
It's either that or a training aid for the new milk maid. 36" 

210
Pepsi lighted clock
Crack in lens, lights, 2nd hand does not move. 

211
Harley Davidson gas tank
One pc only. 

212
West Bend Mandarin Red Coffee Percolator
#5920 little to no use. 

213
Battery operated Pepsi clock
Untested. 15 x 18

214
Milwaukee 6511 Sawzall
Untested. 

215
Larin 5" Bench Vise
New in box. 

216
Asst'd Tools
Includes Zenith #9475 & Craftsman #162 folding boxwood rules and other vintage tools. 

217
Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book and felt on cork 1960's craft kit

218
5gl Red Wing shoulder jug, now lamp
Apparently they didn't know you could buy a slip in cork lamp adapter before they drilled/dynamited this jug. 

219
Harley Davidson gas tank
One only

220
White Rotary portable electric sewing machine
Untested. 

221
Asst'd hand saws
Includes Henry Disston and a scarce BELL SYSTEM cable saw by E. C. Atkins.

222
Electric horn
Untested. 6V ? Dent in motor housing. 

223
Pepsi Cola cooler
Should clean up nicely. 

224
Stanley brass bound cherry wood level
All vials intact. 26.25"

225
Nylint Alan Kulwicki/Hooters semi truck
Original box but needs cleaning. 

226
Matched pair WI 1931 license plates
And Auto-King 2gl motor oil can. Plates are oxidation forward. Oil can has some dingles. 

227
OOB of "Wilful Stumble and His WHAZAT????"
By FJ Curt. A one man band from Michigan. 40 x 28

228
Pepsi Lighted clock
Light and clock work. No apparent damage. 15 x 16 

229
Pot belly stove topper
One hairline. No casting numbers. 10.25" across the base. 15" high. 

230
Matched pair Tilt Ray Headlamp
Made by The Guide Lamp Corp. 11" 

231
Pepsi advertising items
Includes working electric clock, with glass lens. Clock dial has some creasing. Novelty bottle radio. Novelty can with men's sleep pant. Repro metal sign. 

232
Asst'd advertising and post cards
Includes Presidential pencils and medallions. Real photo and other post cards including Army ducks, Tomahawk boat races. 

233
Miller High Life and Lite Beer pub table hanging lamps
Untested. One needs cleaning. 20" sq

234
Asst'd Boy Scout patches
Includes OOA sash. Mostly Four Lakes Council. 

235
5 Wooden Pepsi Crates

236
Bear Tiger Cat Recurve Bow
62" 32lb

237
Pepsi Thermometer
7 x 28. Like new. 

238
Classic "Waiting for a Live One" plaque
Plaster with real mirror. Age unknown. Small chip to upper left corner. 17 x 11 

239
Electric Calculagraph Recording Clock
Mounted in walnut case, untested. These were originally used to record start and stop times of long distance phone calls on a paper tape. Not it's just an unusual clock. 14 x 17 x 6

240
Asst'd men's and women's wrist watches
Includes Waltham, Gruen, Gysbers, Winnie the Pooh, Stauer, and others. 

241
"Warm 'n Fresh" Nut Bar
Electrically heated POP nut merchandiser. 16 x 9 x 10 

242
Pepsi advertising items
Electric and battery operated clocks, untested. Assorted soda bottle crowns including 1970's Coke Green Bay Packers. 

242A
Machinist Chest w/Contents
Several micrometers.

243
Scott's Postage Stamp Album & USPS Costumes Through the Ages

244
32 Red Line Hot Wheel Cars
And a 12 car case. 

245
Pepsi Outdoor Sign Insert
No damage, no fading. 48 x 24

246
Asst'd Comic Books
Includes the Mighty Thor, Star Trek, etc. 

247
Asst'd Plastic & Metal Unbuilt Model Kits
Includes die cast metal '32 Chevy Roadster, Big Boy Locomotive, Red October Sub and others. 

248
2 Budweiser Cash Register Lights
Cosmetic issues, untested. 

249
Klay and Hahn 167-14 German Doll Head on Compo Body
In kit form. Damage to hand, eyes are now affixed. A large doll.

250
Pepsi Outdoor Thermometer
Surface issues 27 x 8.5. Vial intact, alcohol separated. 

251
Large Collection of Rosaries and Religious Items
Includes numerous rosaries, some with sterling content. Also includes 2 pyx and other religious ornaments and medallions s
ome of which are sterling. 

252
Large collection of die cast vehicles
Both old and new. Asst'd mfg. 

253
Hudson Salt Cup and Mineral Feeder
Stoneware. No damage. Still has original stanchion mounting bracket. 

254
Great 1950's Pepsi Soda Fountain Tap Tower
Has chip on side. 11 x 13 x 8. Mounted to box for display purposes. 

255
Pair of Miller High Life Pub Table Ceiling Lights
Untested. 20" sq

256
Modern, 1920's Collegiate Style, Coyote Fur Full Length Coat
Good condition. Approx. men's size 46 based on how it fit me. 

257
Outstanding ROG Midnight Fast Black framed dye advertising mirror
Central image has bat against a full moon and a winged mythological beast with a hound's head and spiked tail. This originally came from a general store in the UP where it was one of two but the other was cracked in half. 60 x 48 

258
Pabst Blue Ribbon Outdoor Tavern Sign Insert
No damage. Fading to red. 48 x 48 including establishment panel. 

259
Pabst Blue Ribbon Outdoor Tavern Sign Insert
Fading to red. No damage. 48 x 48 Included establishment panel. 

259A
Stained Glass Jeweled Leaded Window
A few captive cracks, but quite solid. 28 x 37

259B
Cast Iron Hot Air Floor Grate
With removable center panel. 25 x 31 
Bring someone to help you load.

259C
Cast Iron Hot Air Floor Grate
23 x 31 
Bring someone to help you load. 

259D
Kent Nottingham Men's 10 Speed 26" Road Bike
Works, tires hold air. 

260
Wagner Wheel and Master Cylinder Repair Kits Cabinet
Full of new old stock components. 20 x 36 x 9 

261
Oak Convertible High Chair/Stroller
Cane seat. 

262
Oak Pipe Smoking Cabinet
Some veneer loss. 22 x 28

263
#3 Cast Iron Farm Bell
Sound. No yoke. Really, that's no yoke.
Bring someone to help you load.

264
Dale Jr. Budweiser Hanging Adv Mock Hood
Bluish tint is from protective plastic film. Stamped aluminum. 29 x 27 

265
Wicker Fernery
Some damage to wicker. 

266
Murray Ford Pinto Ralley Pedal Car
Some minor surface rust. 

267
Murray Fire Truck Pedal Car
Missing hub caps and ladders. A good restoration candidate. 

268
Modern pedestal base coin op vending machine
Most recently used for bird seed. Missing key but top readily unthreads. 

269
Classic concrete lawn jockey
No damage but could use some paint. 27" 

270
2 piece Female Mannequin
Adjustable arms and wrists. 70". Mannequins are always a bit freaky when I'm over here working by myself.

271
Pair Of Wrought Iron Fireplace Andirons
26"

272
Nice 1920's floor lamp with slag column
Bronze finish over cast iron. Marked W&E Co. 63" 

273
Traditional 2 vise woodworker's bench
No dogs, no vise handles. 84 x 33 x 32
You must bring someone to help you load. 

274
Half of an anvil/vise
14" 

275
Scarce Harley Davidson snowmobile passenger sled
Missing seat, hole is lower left front, replaced windshield. 
Bring someone to help you load. 

276
Oak curved glass cane/umbrella display case
Mfg by F.C. Jorgeson & Co. Chicago. Needs one end cap for back panel. All glass intact. Original finish. 18 x 48 x 16 A very nice piece. 
Bring someone to help you load. 

277
3 Drawer ash chest
Needs some TLC. Bring someone to help you load. 

278
Great Hires Root Beer die stamped steel sign
Some bends and minor paint loss at top. 13.5 x 41.5 

279
Butternut one drawer dovetailed work table
Original finish. Top has been reset with 4 small nails. Still a very nice piece. 28 x 29 x 18

280
Impressive scenic pastoral OOC by R.L. Johnston
Ruben Le Grand Johnston, American 1851-1918. Very ornate, old frame with some minor gesso loss. Painting is 31" x 23" 

281
Scalloped top cherry one drawer work table
Very old refinishing job. Replaced pulls, but a significant piece.
26sq x 29"

282
Walnut case sidelock high boy
All original hardware and finish. Could stand a little tightening up. 
35 x 54 x 20.5 You must bring your own help to load. 

283
3pc Map/Document 5 drawer oak file cabinet
Made by US Cap and Closure Inc. 41 x 21 x 28 You must bring your own people to help you load. 

284
Mahogany dresser with mirror
Original finish. Minor veneer loss. Carved paw foot. Would look pretty swanky refinished. 35 x 72 x 18 You must bring your own help to load. 

285
1900's Heavy paperboard die cut Santa
He has condition issues but still has a great look. 54" 

286
Victorian walnut dovetailed dresser with hanky drawers
Fruit carved pulls with race track drawer fronts. 41 x 47 x 20
You must bring your own help to load. 

287
Impressive curved glass oak side board with mirror
Quarter sawed, original hardware. Pretty much ready to put in place. 44 x 61 x 20 You must bring your own people to help you load. 

288
Framed 1958 advertising calendar
Surface issues on bottom. 24 x 28

289
Asst'd sterling, gold plated and other costume jewelry
Includes possible carved jade pendant. 

290
Sterling, rhinestone and other costume jewelry
Includes Czech crystal pin. 

291
Asst'd Victorian, cloissene, sterling, scrimshaw & other jewelry
Some older, finer pcs in this lot. 

292
Asst'd military, religious & sterling jewelry, etc.
Includes jade handle sterling spoon and others, men's watch chains, and a bowling pendant marked KKK, which is either the Kinnikinnic Kegling Klub or the Klan sponsered a bowling team. 

293
Sterling and other jewelry including some nice filigree pins
Includes an unsual miniature butcher's meat saw pendant. 

294
All sterling jewelry
A little bit of a lot of things. 

295
5 Different pair of semi-precious stones
As labeled in photos. 

296
Mostly sterling earrings

297
Mostly sterling and turquoise jewelry

298
Mostly sterling rings with semi precious stones
Display case NOT included. 

299
Asst'd silver content and other coins
To include Indian Heads. Half cent coin not guaranteed authentic. Silver medallions are plated. 

300
Pearl necklace
Marked Joaillier Capet Paris

301
6 Franklin Half Dollars

302
30 Walking Liberty Half Dollars

303
187 Standing Liberty Quarters
No dates. 

304
115 Silver Washington Quarters
Ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

305
223 Silver War Nickels
Ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

306
139 Mercury Dimes
Circulated 1936.

307
50 Uncirculated 1955 Roosevelt Dimes

308
150 Mercury Dimes
Circulated 1939 

309
181 Mercury Dimes
Circulated 1940

310
466 Roosevelt Silver Dimes
Circulated. 

311
200 Roosevelt Silver Dimes
Ranging to uncirculated to circulated 1964

312
400 Silver Roosevelt Dimes
1964 ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

313
344 Silver Roosevelt Dimes
1962 ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

314
386 Silver Roosevelt Dimes
1959 uncirculated to circulated

315
242 Buffalo Nickels
Smooth coins, no dates. 

316
Metal and glass 1950's patio furniture set

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* 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 suspend 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 by conclusion of auction pick up. 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 Details
ESTATE ANTIQUE AUCTION
KEWASKUM, WI
STARTS THURSDAY, AUG 11, 7:00PM
IN PERSON INSPECTION MONDAY, AUG 15, 2-6PM
STARTS CLOSING TUE AUG 16, 7PM
PICK UP BY LAST NAME A-L 8/17 & M-Z 8/18, 2-6PM
LOCATION: N131 County Rd S. 1.5 miles North of Kewaskum
SPECIAL ITEMS: JD X330 lawn tractor w/42” deck, 20hp, ONLY 60 hours; JD 10P garden trailer; Harley Davidson snowmobile passenger sled.
ADVERTISING: Great 5’x4’ advertising mirror for “Midnight Fast Black” dye; Verifine Ice Cream double sided porc sidewalk sign w/frame; Coca Cola lollipop porc. sign top; Porc. Dr. Pepper sign; Good countertop oak showcases include Popcorn/Peanuts; Wood coffee crate; Bubble Up door push; Great Weber Bros. Horses, Hartford tin sign; Good Hires Root Beer sign; Orange Squeeze, Vess, NeHi Root Beer & Orange Crush tin signs; Tin Ag sigs; Cig & tobacco signs; Cherry Sparkle sign; Many advertising tins, boxes, etc.; 2 lg size Pabst outdoor tavern sign inserts; Several lighted beer signs & clocks; Pepsi & Coke lighted signs & clocks; 50s Pepsi Cooler; Vaseline Teaberry gum display; 110+ WI beer bottles include Pre-Pro; 1900s stand-up Santa; Mason’s blacking box; Harley gas tanks; Much more.
TOYS: Steelcraft Boston Flyer ride-on train; Murray Pinto Rally pedal car; Doepke firetruck; Many die cast cars incl. red line; Lg. K&H and other dolls; Etc.
STONEWARE: 15gl RW side stamped leaf crock; 4gl Hamilton & Jones Star Pottery crock; 6gl early Red Wing leaf churn and a Lazy 8 churn; 4gl Birch Leaf ski oval churn; 6gl RW butterfly crock; 4 gl RW ribcage target crock; Other Red Wing.
FURNITURE: Good, small oak cane display case; Great ¼ sawd oak sideboard w/showcase; Vict. sidelock walnut dresser; Cherry & Butternut work tables; A&C oak umbrella stand; Oak pedestal; Etc.
COINS: Silver halves; 2000+ silver dimes; 200+ war nickels; 242 Buffalo nickels.
THE REST: Signed R. L. (Reuben LeGrand) Johnston 1851-1918 30x22 “A Farm In Normandy” pastoral scenic OOC; Jeweled, leaded 28x36 stained glass window; Traditional 2 vice carpenters workbench; 2, 1920s comm. light fixtures; Victor oak phonograph horn; RR lanterns; Calculagrpah recording clock; Clocks; Gold, Sterling & costume jewelry, bakelite & rhinestone; St. Cecilia relic locket; Lg Rosary collection; Full length raccoon coat; Kent 10sp Men’s road bike; Bear Tigercat bow; Weather vanes; Cast iron #3 bell; David White Transit; Machinist chest & tools; Tools; Lawn jockey; Etc.
TERMS: Cash, check or credit card. 10% Buyer’s fee. 3% CC convenience fee; Tax collected. Full terms online @ www.paulauction.com.
REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER Mike Paul No 28
PAUL AUCTION COMPANY, INC.
Kewaskum, WI 53040 1-262-338-3030

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IF YOU READ NOTHING ELSE, READ THIS!
This is a timed closing auction. Not every item ends exactly at 7:00pm on 8/16. Starting at 7:00pm, the first 3 lots will start to close. At 7:01 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 Create Maxbid which will let the computer automatically place your bids for you up to, but not past, the amount you enter. This works like the live auction absentee bid and is entirely automatic after you place you maximum bid.
COIN BUYERS! If you are previously unknown to us we may require payment by wire transfer only, prior to pick up or shipping. Not sure? Call!
If you have questions, ASK!
Mike Paul
Paul Auction Co.
Mike@PaulAuction.com
262-338-3030

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In Person Inspection, Monday, August 15, 2-6pm
This is your opportunity to look, touch and examine. Please take advantage of it. All merchandise is here at the hall for inspection.

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Merchandise Pick Up
Pick up is scheduled alphabetically for Last name starting with letters A-L on Wednesday, Aug 17 from 2-6PM and last name M-Z on Thursday Aug 18 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 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. If we do not receive an answer from the FBI within the three day approval period we may decide not to transfer the gun at our discretion. 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 6:58 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. Items that can be packed into a typical cardboard box will incur a flat fee of $10.00 in addition to actual shipping charges. Additional charges will apply to custom crating or shipping situations. 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 suspend 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 by conclusion of auction pick up. 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
6gl Red Wing Crock
No damage

2
Menu board from renowned hamburger joint
Bid with abandon but be advised the Smithsonian has their eyes on it.

3
Four Pepsi and other menu boards
Includes numerous numbers, letters and a storage tray. 

4
NOS Federal 41pc Home Entertainment glassware set
Appears to be complete, but I did not empty the box to confirm. 

5
3 Old Slot Racer sets
All Ideal Motorific. Not guaranteed complete. One partial car. 

6
Farm-Oyl 5gl motor oil can
Good on the front, rusty on the back. 

7
Budweiser 3-D lighted sign
Works. All metal case. 18 x 15

8
Busch Beer lighted clock
13 x 19

9
7 Wisconsin Beer Bottles
Weber Theresa Munchner Steiney, Plymouth 15oz, Spaeth Fort Atkinson, Ziegler Beaver Dam, Lithia Christmas West Bend, Ziegler 520 Beaver Dam, Lithia West Bend.  

10
10 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Ruhlands Baraboo - both clear and brown, Effinger Baraboo clear and brown quarts, Ruhlands Baraboo quart. 

11
12 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Blatz both clear and brown, Independent Milwaukee Blob Top and crown top, Cream City Milwaukee, Pabst clear and brown, Young Milwaukee, Milwaukee Brewery Co., Gettelman, Miller quart. 

12
7 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Old Milwaukee, Schlitz Royal Ruby, Blatz, Independent Milwaukee Braumeister, Cream City Brewing with partial label, Gettelman, Braumeister by Heilman's. 

13
9 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Haegermeister Green Bay, Michicott, Hussa Bangor, Calumet Chilton, Walter Appleton with clean wire bail and stopper, Marathon, Henry Rahr Green Bay blob pint, Riverside Bottling Sauk City quart, Fuhrmann Reedsburg quart. 

14
15 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Fink-Uhen Burlington, Mineral Spring Mineral Point, Semrad Brothers and Pusch Highland, Fox Lake, Kurth Columbus, Schreier Sheboygan, Medford, Citizens Antigo, Ashland, Oconto, Antigo Brewing, Schreihart Manitowoc, Hillsboro quart. 

15
John Deere X330 20hp Riding Lawn Mower
With grass collection system. 42" deck. Only 62, one owner hours. As clean and fresh as it looks. Mower currently configured for side discharge but easily adapted for grass catcher chute.

16
11 Asst'd Bottles
Fox Head 400 60z and 12oz includes early Post-Pro, North Star Jr., Klinkert Racine, White Water, Bloxdorf Kenosha blob, Ruder Wausau, Weber Waukesha, A. Koretsky and Co. non-beer bottle. 

17
14 Asst'd Madison WI Beer Bottles
Hausmann pint, Heibels soda, Lake City soda, Fauerbach, Madison Club Special, Centennial Brew, Hausmann brown quart, Hausmann amber quart, Fauerbach quart with chips to crown. 

18
14 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Walters Eau Claire Family Beer Steiny, Rhinelander ACL shorty, Oconto, Fountain Brew, Leinenkugel embossed, Oconto 7 and 12oz, Peoples Oshkosh, Chief Oshkosh, Oshkosh embossed. 

19
Asst'd Bottles and Cans
Heinie's Hillsboro Strong Beer steiney, Bub's can, Schumacher Potosi, Haas Ripon, Unmarked malt tonic, Knapstein New London, Van Merrit Chicago, Royall Lyme stoppered splash bottle. 

20
2 Madison Beer Bottles
Breckheimer Brewing Co. quart brown with bright clean bail and stopper, H. Schulkamp and Co. pint blob. 

21
1900's Counter Top Showcase
Old, gold finish. Takes, but does not have, 2 glass shelves. Old chip to wood at right rear top of case. 15 x 20 x 14 

22
Standard Fuel Oils Thermometer
Has seen weather. Thermometer in tact. 11.5" 

23
3 WI Beer Bottles
Sander Brothers Fond du Lac, Bechaud Brewing Fond du Lac, Geo. Blessing Grafton. 

24
3 Cardboard Beer Cases
2 Huber Monroe and 1 Leinenkugel. 

24A
John Deere 10P lawn/garden trailer
Near new, still has the nubbies on the tires, dump style. 

25
Waltham Banjo Wall Clock
Uses pocket watch/dashboard clock style movement. Not running. Base has been altered. 19" 

26
Asst'd cigar boxes and glass merchandising cover
Watchman Cigars, Celestino Fernandez Co. Milwaukee WI merchandising cover.

27
Mail Pouch Tobacco Adv. Thermometer
Thermometer intact. Has seen weather and wear. Some finish loss, some loss, some dingles. 39 x 9

28
4 Asst'd Adv Tins
Sunshine Biscuits barrel cover-missing glass, Reeds Scotch Patties, Uneeda Butter Wafers, Brach's marshmallows. Brachs has image wear. 

29
13 Asst'd Advertising Tins
Includes hard to find spice cylinder for counter top retail bin. 

29A
Asst'd Sporting Related Items
Good wood shotgun cleaning rod, 2 golf clubs, early powder horn with pest damage, MacGregor Hank Aaron baseball, 13 carom type balls. 

30
Cast Iron No. 3 Mailbox with newspaper wire
Tin back is missing but fairly easily replaced. 6 x 13

31
Capper's Farmer tin barn sign
Pretty good condition. 14 x 8 

32
Asst'd Dolls
Mostly home made. 

33
Country Store style string dispenser
I offered this separately because even though it is such a single use, utilitarian piece, they rarely if ever show up. Designed to be suspended from the ceiling. Holds the old style cone shaped string spool. 12 x 16

34
Harley Davidson Riding Cap
Old, original. Size 6 3/4. 

35
Assorted Collectibles
Chain frame advertising Donahue Iowa, school kid slate board, modern covered wooden box with duck. 

36
1929 and 1932 single WI license plates

37
Nabisco and Crescent 2.5lb Cracker Tins
Nabisco is kind of tough, but Tom Thumb Crescent is pretty nice. 

38
Asst'd Tobacco Tins

39
Marx cart and horse wind up steel toy with driver
Motor complete but needs work. Made in Great Britain. 10" 

40
Dwinell-Wright Co. Joyful Brand Coffee crate
Boston-Chicago over all good condition but some loss to the paper labels. 19 x 20 x 16 

41
11 Asst'd Tobacco Tins
Condition varies, The Belfast is probably in the best condition. Sweet Cuba and Peerless are missing the lids. 

42
Dr. Pepper Soda porcelain sign
Some chipping to edges. Nothing significant in my opinion. 24 x 9.5

43
Kan-O MadeRite Flour 25lb Tin
Some wear and denting but presents very well. 14 x 10

44
Star Tobacco die stamped steel sign
Some scuffing and other wear. 24 x 12

45
Grain Flail and Seed Corn Dryer

46
Kitchen Collectibles and Paper Advertising
Imperial milk glass rolling pin, Seal Test wooden milk bottle, 2 cornhusking pins, adv sifter, carded Mendets, Schlichting Sheboygan Falls ice cream carton, Blue Tip matches, grocery list booklet, adv pencil box, Godfry grocery list cover, Schaefer and Engelhardt ice cream adv fan, Scott's 1889 &1890 adv calendars, etc. 

47
Postum Post Toasties Corn Flakes adv paperboard sign
Condition issues but still displayable. 20 x 16

48
Sir Walter Raleigh large tobacco can
A few dents, but strong image. 12 x 12

49
Beech-Nut Food adv steel panel
This was either from a door push or a shelf from a POP display. Surface issues but quite readable. Fairly heavy gage steel. 28 x 6

50
Chicken Dinner Candy steel sign
This brand of candy was made in Milwaukee. Normally when you see this sign, it is a one piece sign. This however, is a very rare, previously unknown, 2 piece sign with the highly sought after random nail holes. Additionally, it boasts of dents, creases, rust, and material loss on two corners. Other than that, it's perfect. 28 x 13

51
Asst'd bottles, piano rolls and other collectibles
Includes Husting Milwaukee bottle, 17 Easter post cards and more. 

52
Asst'd lighting items with a stove font
Pewter chamber stick with snuffer, modern pottery finger lamp, old Acme bracket lamp reflector and a Cleveland Foundry oil stove font. 

53
Clark's Teaberry Gum Vaseline glass, store counter top display stand
Gum stand has minor chip on lip and a Vaseline covered candy. 

54
Potato Chip and Peanuts counter top store vending display
Marked on two panels. Old blue paint. Kind of a neat piece. 14 x 13 x 14

55
Sterling Dark Tobacco can
Some surface scuffing but displays quite well. 8.5 x 12

56
Black Hawk Feeds steel sign
Some bends and wear but overall pretty good. 18 x 12 

57
SteelCraft Boston Flyer ride on toy train
Missing steering wheel. 23" 

58
Great Verifine Ice Cream double sided porcelain sidewalk sign
In original frame. Some porcelain chipping as shown. 28 x 24 x 29

59
11 Asst'd Comic Books
Magnus, Scooter, Red Wolf, Jimmy Olsen, Bat Man, Super Man, Turok, Marvel Daredevil, The Thing, Silver Surfer, Dr. Doom. 

60
Mandeville & King Co. Wooden Seed case
20 x 4 x 14

61
Doepke Model Ladder Fire Truck
Parts or project. 

62
Vintage Laundry Items
Fels-Naptha Soap crate, rug beater, wash board, dust pan, laundry shovel. 

63
MotoMeter Standard Radiator Thermometer
Some corrosion issues but complete. 

64
Colonial Bread adv door push
A three pc push, missing one end. Colonial was an Iowa brand. Consignor may be able to find the other end, but no guarantees at all. Being sold as you see it. Otherwise very good condition. 30" 

65
Pre BiggerHair Tobacco Can
No lid, condition issues. 

66
Tiger Chewing Tobacco Lunch Pail Can
10 x 8 x 5.5 

67
Die Cast Truck Banks and Cast Iron Horses
Includes Japanese steel 1915 Ford friction toy, 

67A
Badger Candy Chocolates Bucket and related
Ziegler Candy adv mirror and Lowney's Chocolates box. Bucket is
12 x 12. 

68
6 Asst'd Children's Plates
Teddy bears, Campbell's Soup Kids, etc. Some hairlines on Baby Bunting. Teddy has corrosion issues and no filler cap. 

69
Nice Cherry Sparkle Paperboard Sign
15.5 x 6

70
Coca-Cola Porcelain Sign
Chipped. Trimmed. 26 x 10

71
Vicks Va-Tro-Nol Adv Steel Sign
Surface issues 15.5 x 10.5

72
Asst'd Tobacco Advertising
Frank Mayo Cigar and Viceroy paperboard hanging signs. Red Feather, La Crosse WI paperboard box. 

73
Vess Beverages 6 color die stamped steel sign
Should clean up nicely. 30 x 12

74
Orange Squeeze Die Stamped Tin Tacker Sign
What appears to be a funky surface is actually the hardened, original wax paper that separated the signs as they came from the manufacturer. The sign has never seen weather. 28 x 13

75
Wilson Bulk Milk Cooler steel sign
Fairly heavy gauge steel. 26 x 9.5

76
Nehi Root Beer die stamped steel sign
Surface issues. Top center nail hole torn out. 30 x 12 

77
Victor Talking Machine oak phonograph horn
Some material loss and loose glue joints. 21.5 x 21.5

78
Miller, Dubroul and Peters Maple Cutting board
Cincinnati OH. Dated 11-23. Double sided. This may have been an example of their construction technique for butcher blocks, but I suspect it was made as a commercial, stand alone cutting board. 13.5 x 1.5 x 9 

79
National Biscuit Company store tin
10.5 x 11.5 x 10.5

80
Nehi Root Beer die stamped steel sign
Condition issues as shown. 30x 12

81
Sweet Cuba and Sweet Burley Tobacco Tins
Surface issues but displayable. 8.5 x 11

82
Slant Front Oak Counter top display case
Glass is missing from the front, door is missing from the back, but a cute piece. May have been for Zeno Gum. 10 x 15 x 8

83
Sunshine Cigarettes tin tacker sign
Surface issues 14 x 18

84
Excellent North Bros. Eagle fluting iron
Excellent fluter comes with one warming rod. Also includes a sad iron & 2 trivets to include Enterprise and "IWANTU" by Strause. 

85
Matched pair store ceiling lights
These are the classic lights you would picture in a 1920s/30s store. Shade is 14 x 10. Overall fixture is 53". 

86
Mason's Boot Blacking box
11.5 x 4.5 x 8

87
Campfire Marshmallows and Borden's Malted Milk Tins
Some surface issues. 

88
Decorative collectibles
2 partial wood planes, Scandinavian inspired wood charger, Blue Goose orange crate, swamp shoe for a one legged horse. 

89
Krispy Crackers Sunshine Biscuits Tin
Hinge needs to be repaired but this should clean up nicely. 9 x 7 x 8

90
HY-TONE Marshmallows and MW Gold Medal tea tins
No lid for the marshmallows, both have issues but make good decor. 

91
Oak Counter Top showcase
H.G. Lipscomb Nashville TN. 30 x 13 x 23.5 

92
2 Willow Wash Baskets
Both have some some damage but the larger one is in better condition. 

93
2 Ships in glass bottles
Plastic ships.

94
4 nice Victorian fruit prints
Includes nicely matched pair of walnut frames. Largest frames are 13.5 x 15.5. 

95
Independent Baking Co. Cracker Crate
Davenport Iowa 21. 5 12 x 14

96
A mixed lot
Includes electric Ives No. 1100 locomotive, a Marx wind up locomotive, tender and gondola .With 3 wire wheels and a small Christmas tree stand. 

97
And another mixed lot
Adv beater jar from McLachian Groceries, spring store scale, decorative English brass flue plate. 

98
Wood model of SS Normandie
Marked on base Van Ryper Vineyard Haven, MA. 25 x 4.5 x 4

99
Lot of asst'd jewelry
Large brooch/pendant maybe sterling with turquoise. 

100
Wright's Underwear paperboard signs
Some condition issues, but nice display pieces. 

101
Coca-Cola porcelain sign with iron frame
Does not have base. Some loss of porcelain as shown. 30 x 33

101A
London double barrel outside hammer wall hanger shotgun
About 12g 

102
Marceau brass trumpet
Incomplete, some damage, a wall hanger. 

103
Reed's counter top candy display
Some finish loss but not bad. 13 x 5 x 6

104
Union Meat Market sign
Bastian Brothers Pulveroid celluloid over cardboard sign. Wear to corners. 14 x 10

105
Beaded cushion with woven hand bag
Cushion looks like New York Indian bead work. Hand bag looks like South American Indian tourist goods. Also a hand mirror with violets, paint decorated egg in glass case. 

106
Blue Buckle and Trojan branddungarees and overalls paperboard adv signs
You would think that they would point out the safety factor for Trojan brand overalls. 14 x 11

107
Putnam Fadeless Dyes metal store cabinet
Some minorsurface issues on backside, opposite the graphics. 19 x 15 x 6

108
Cobbler's collectibles
Shoe shin pedestal, cheese maker wooden sole, 3 lasts, rotary nail bin, cobbler's coal hod. 

109
Asst'd Women's stockings and hosiery signs
Includes Mojud, Manikin, Wig Wam. Wig Wam Sheboygan WI is still in business. Also includes an early poster regarding the maximum hours of labor for women over the age of 16. Doesn't appear to address women under 16.

110
Holtzman's Pretzel tins.
Some fading. 

111
Santa counter top display of Christmas gift suggestions
Hand written suggestions for men include ties, socks, suspenders, handkerchiefs. This is the most ill advised suggestion list for a man that I've ever seen. 9.5 x 11

112
Bubble Up advertising door push
Some surface issues. 30" 

113
Orange Crush die stamped self framed steel sign
Some surface issues but very presentable. 47 x 17

114
6 pcs of kitchen metal ware
Mostly hand forged. 

115
Kingsbury Beer adv chalk board
Heileman Brewing La Crosse. 19.5 x 29.5

116
Asst'd men's and dresser top items
Camera, tie, wallets, powder boxes, figurines, and more. 

117
Rhinestone and other costume jewelry
Brooches, pins, earrings, necklaces, etc. 

118
Gold, Ivory and other jewelry
14k, 10k  and other marked jewelry. Includes 14k pin with diamond. Cameo, carved ivory, pearl necklace and other items. 

119
Pocket and Wrist watches
Includes Elgin 17j pocket watch with pen knife chain. Columbus hunting case pocket watch. 

120
Bakelite and other plastic jewelry
Includes nice Bakelite bracelet. 

121
Religious items and a relic
Includes a relic from Saint Cecila, Martyr, the Patron Saint of music and musicians. 

122
Young and Smylie Licorice tin
New York 6 x 8 x 4 

123
10 Asst'd tin type photos
Includes 4negatives of Ashippun fire trucks from the 1930's 

124
Early style Red Wing leaf decorated 6gl salt glaze butter churn
Minor chip at center front base. 

125
6gl Lazy 8 salt glaze churn
With ill fitting lid, damage to one handle, hairline in center top rear. 

126
3, 1930's Home Furnishing Arts hard cover catalogs
Includes Vol. 1 #1, excellent full color pictorial reference for contemporary furnishings, textiles and decor. And Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls. 

127
3 View Master viewers, projector, reels
Includes a case. 

128
4gl Red Wing birch leaf churn with ski oval
Interior rim chips, hairline on left side base with wood lid and dasher. 

129
Paper advertising goods
Egg dyes, CNW RR tickets, Heywood Wakefield price list, S & H Green Stamps, toy shoes, etc. 

130
Football Shoulder and Hip Pads
Hip pads are marked Stall and Bean Brockton, MA. 

131
Red Wing side stamped 15gl leaf decorated crock
Large chip on exterior rim, repaired chip on interior rim, no cracks. Side stamped on rear.

132
8mm Films
Betty Boop, Woody Woodpecker, etc. 

133
Traditional Snow Shoes
Rawhide and ash. 45 x 13

134
Red Wing 6gl Salt Glaze Butter Fly crock
Several lines at base, interior rim chip. 

135
Asst'd Military items
Includes NIB Patton Tank kit, basic training memory books. 

136
Asst'd sporting collectibles
2 Milwaukee Brewer baseball gloves and towel, Green Bay Packer towel, oven mitts, apron and for good measure a Fonzi/Henry Winkler autographed phot. 

137
Double bail handled Winnebago basket
16 x 10 x 14

138
Asst'd Railroad and other china
Includes Great Northern RR, Pere Marquette RR, Illinois Central RR, New York Central RR, Chalet on the Lake. 

139
Red Wing 4gl ribcage crock
Minor chip on one handle, otherwise excellent condition. 

140
Pabst, Old Style and Sprecher beer glasses
Includes unusual Miller High Life/Time Magazine promo pilsner glass and 4 novelty soda bottle jackets. 

141
Novelty flatware and serving pieces
Includes USN server and meat fork. The Pine Rest Sanitarium and Christian Psychopathic Hospital cook book. No, I am not making that up. It was located in Michigan, but ironically, not in the UP. There are some crazy good recipes in here. 

142
Asst'd Military and Sporting items
3 overseas caps, Outstanding Events in US Naval History, (vol 1 of 200,000), My Battle by Hitler, 50 cal machine gun cases, 12 loaded rounds of 45/70, Army belt buckle, sterling rifle marksman award. mounted solder statue, several firearm books and postage stamp albums. 

143
Asst'd paper collectibles
WI booklets and plat books, photos of the 1900 Paris Expo, real photo and other post cards, erotic photo cigarette case. 

144
Inlaid walnut candle box
Missing one piece of trim. Construction is blind dovetail, one of the most difficult joints to cut. 13 x 5.5 x 6

145
Large lot of Ashippun related advertising and memorabilia
Includes ash trays, plates, church keys, patches, clothing, wall hangings, calendars, bank bags, etc. 

146
Automobile related collectibles
Includes great Mobil/Castrol/Esso early 1950's pop up book. Plus Ford Pinto, Maverick and Mustang trim and plastic tail lights. 

147
Asst'd pottery and stoneware containers
Empty mercury jug, 2 art deco candle holders, cabin still empty decanter, duck pitcher. 

148
David White Transit and Tri-pod
Model unknown

149
Scouting and Sporting collectibles
1964 National Jamboree souvenir, hand book, Case construction hatchet, rough bayonet, Gerber knife, novelty action camera and binos. 

150
Hercules Detonators handbook and Camel brand fire crackers
Hercules copyright 1927

151
Sleepy eye porcelain head doll
Kid body, damage to fingers, German 21" 

152
Santa and Cinderella Masks
Cinderella includes dress type costume. Santa is mask only. Looks like he's had a hard night.

153
Hamilton & Jones Star Pottery salt glaze decorated 4gl crock
Stenciled and hand decorated. Tight 3" hairline from rim to handle.

154
Asst'd Toys
Athearn dummy Amtrak engine, tin athlete, Mario Bros Nintendo cartridges, action figure costume items. 

155
Bathroom adv tins and booklet of adv chemicals and cleaners
Check out some of the products advertised. 

156
Large collection of dolls

157
Oak Clock Shelf
20 x 8 x 8

158
Carved clock shelf
18 x 13 x 8

159
Oak piano stool
All original. 

160
Oak A&C umbrella/cane stand
Brass tray. 13 square by 30 high

161
Oak plant stand
15 x 31

162
Novelty wooden axe
42" 

163
Cast iron weather vane with ruby flash star cut insert
18.5"

164
D.B. Smith Blizzard copper and brass sprayer
All polished up. 

165
8 Drawer Spice Cabinet
Good stenciling all original. 

166
A. Voltter New York adv quart jug
No damage

167
Nabisco "Uneeda Bakers" counter top jar
No lid, crack in base. 10" 

168
Victorian Walnut plant stand
18 x 31

169
Cast Iron kite tail green glass weather vane
21" 

170
Schepp's tin cake box
Repairs to hinge, some surface loss. 11 x 9 x 11

171
Excellent Oak slant front display case with owl in moon trademark image
If you share my level of good taste, you'll be all over this. 19 x 29 x 9 

172
Planter's Peanut jar
No graphics on lid. 10" 

173
De Laval cream separator cow and calf die cut tin advertising
Surface issues on head of cow with calf.

174
Large wooden bowl
17" separation on one side

175
St. Louis cast bronze lightning rod with amethyst insert
17.5" 

176
3 Seltzer bottles
Kohlman's Racine with Gray's Janesville Famous Beverages faucet. Blue Mid Island Beverage service, Husting Milwaukee missing faucet. 

177
Nice Arcade Imperial No 157 lap coffee grinder
7" square

178
Manuel Avillar bronze Williamson's parrot bottle opener & corkscrew
Circa 1930. 6.5"

179
Chas. H. Slack Chicago advertising pint jug
No damage

180
2 Drawer Clark's Mile-End spool cabinet
Has a neat Grampa's Wonder Soap adv image on top. 23 x 7.5 x 15

181
Wattware Salesmen sample apple pitcher and Channel 12 match holder
Wattware has hairline on back. I got all excited when I found the match holder. It reads "Hello Milwaukee" which I initially misread as Heil Milwaukee and thought it may have been a late production piece from Pierron. I removed the felt applied to the base and slowly realized I was looking at WISN Channel 12's 1980's era logo pressed into the clay. Oh, well. 

182
Weber Bros. Hartford, Beaver Dam & Theresa horses sign
Tin tacker, has a few issues, but go find another one. Currently taking side bets on how much it sells for. This piece is great. 20 x 14

183
Cast Iron Handsome Cab and "Dot" toy stove
Missing the hack. 

184
Little Tot toy/spice grinder
Complete, original. 

185
Esterbrook's Oak pen nib display case
Drawer in back. 14 x 5.5 x 13.5

186
Cast Iron kite tail weather vane with amber insert
21.5

187
Gun Powder Tea metal store bin
In this case gun powder refers to a fine, green Chinese tea of granular appearance. 13 x 16 x 16

188
Blow mold Santa Claus
38"

189
4 Reproduction Pepsi signs
3 are porcelain, widest at 19"

190
Gilbert "Puck" walnut kitchen clock
All original, untested. 

191
Carved Victorian walnut dresser mirror with glove box base
Base has loose, but present trim pieces. 26 x 40 x 10

192
Budweiser calendar and Bud Light digital clock
Clock requires a power source. 

193
2 metal milk crates

194
Old Style plastic clock and lighted sign
Untested. 

195
3 Wood planes
Stanley #220, Sandusky and unmarked transitional. 

196
Coca-Cola lighted menu board
No inserts, 39 x 21 

197
Laundry and kitchen collectibles
Clothes line winders, carpet beater, nut cracker, etc. 

198
Metal phonograph horn
Green wash. 19 x 23

199
Great C & NWRy Adams and Westlake lantern
A complete and original with burner. 

200
2 Black mantel clocks
Sessions and another, untested. 

201
Asst'd hanging and table lamp parts

202
Blue milk glass lightning rod ball
Chips to one flange. 

203
Oil on canvas of young man with pipe signed E. Merkler
Listed artist. There are other, documented examples of this subject. 11 x 15 

204
Asst'd sheath and other knives
2 1972 Milwaukee Buck's rulers from the White Hen Pantry. 

205
Seth Thomas cathedral chime mantel clock
Untested. 

206
"Pepsi , please" lighted clock
Works, needs bulb, chip on lens where not easily seen. 10.5 x 16

207
3 NOS Clark's flue plates
With the original box. 

208
C&NWRy Dressel RR lantern with Fresnel ruby lens
And a battery operated hand lantern. 

209
Hand operated oak clothes washer
It's either that or a training aid for the new milk maid. 36" 

210
Pepsi lighted clock
Crack in lens, lights, 2nd hand does not move. 

211
Harley Davidson gas tank
One pc only. 

212
West Bend Mandarin Red Coffee Percolator
#5920 little to no use. 

213
Battery operated Pepsi clock
Untested. 15 x 18

214
Milwaukee 6511 Sawzall
Untested. 

215
Larin 5" Bench Vise
New in box. 

216
Asst'd Tools
Includes Zenith #9475 & Craftsman #162 folding boxwood rules and other vintage tools. 

217
Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book and felt on cork 1960's craft kit

218
5gl Red Wing shoulder jug, now lamp
Apparently they didn't know you could buy a slip in cork lamp adapter before they drilled/dynamited this jug. 

219
Harley Davidson gas tank
One only

220
White Rotary portable electric sewing machine
Untested. 

221
Asst'd hand saws
Includes Henry Disston and a scarce BELL SYSTEM cable saw by E. C. Atkins.

222
Electric horn
Untested. 6V ? Dent in motor housing. 

223
Pepsi Cola cooler
Should clean up nicely. 

224
Stanley brass bound cherry wood level
All vials intact. 26.25"

225
Nylint Alan Kulwicki/Hooters semi truck
Original box but needs cleaning. 

226
Matched pair WI 1931 license plates
And Auto-King 2gl motor oil can. Plates are oxidation forward. Oil can has some dingles. 

227
OOB of "Wilful Stumble and His WHAZAT????"
By FJ Curt. A one man band from Michigan. 40 x 28

228
Pepsi Lighted clock
Light and clock work. No apparent damage. 15 x 16 

229
Pot belly stove topper
One hairline. No casting numbers. 10.25" across the base. 15" high. 

230
Matched pair Tilt Ray Headlamp
Made by The Guide Lamp Corp. 11" 

231
Pepsi advertising items
Includes working electric clock, with glass lens. Clock dial has some creasing. Novelty bottle radio. Novelty can with men's sleep pant. Repro metal sign. 

232
Asst'd advertising and post cards
Includes Presidential pencils and medallions. Real photo and other post cards including Army ducks, Tomahawk boat races. 

233
Miller High Life and Lite Beer pub table hanging lamps
Untested. One needs cleaning. 20" sq

234
Asst'd Boy Scout patches
Includes OOA sash. Mostly Four Lakes Council. 

235
5 Wooden Pepsi Crates

236
Bear Tiger Cat Recurve Bow
62" 32lb

237
Pepsi Thermometer
7 x 28. Like new. 

238
Classic "Waiting for a Live One" plaque
Plaster with real mirror. Age unknown. Small chip to upper left corner. 17 x 11 

239
Electric Calculagraph Recording Clock
Mounted in walnut case, untested. These were originally used to record start and stop times of long distance phone calls on a paper tape. Not it's just an unusual clock. 14 x 17 x 6

240
Asst'd men's and women's wrist watches
Includes Waltham, Gruen, Gysbers, Winnie the Pooh, Stauer, and others. 

241
"Warm 'n Fresh" Nut Bar
Electrically heated POP nut merchandiser. 16 x 9 x 10 

242
Pepsi advertising items
Electric and battery operated clocks, untested. Assorted soda bottle crowns including 1970's Coke Green Bay Packers. 

242A
Machinist Chest w/Contents
Several micrometers.

243
Scott's Postage Stamp Album & USPS Costumes Through the Ages

244
32 Red Line Hot Wheel Cars
And a 12 car case. 

245
Pepsi Outdoor Sign Insert
No damage, no fading. 48 x 24

246
Asst'd Comic Books
Includes the Mighty Thor, Star Trek, etc. 

247
Asst'd Plastic & Metal Unbuilt Model Kits
Includes die cast metal '32 Chevy Roadster, Big Boy Locomotive, Red October Sub and others. 

248
2 Budweiser Cash Register Lights
Cosmetic issues, untested. 

249
Klay and Hahn 167-14 German Doll Head on Compo Body
In kit form. Damage to hand, eyes are now affixed. A large doll.

250
Pepsi Outdoor Thermometer
Surface issues 27 x 8.5. Vial intact, alcohol separated. 

251
Large Collection of Rosaries and Religious Items
Includes numerous rosaries, some with sterling content. Also includes 2 pyx and other religious ornaments and medallions s
ome of which are sterling. 

252
Large collection of die cast vehicles
Both old and new. Asst'd mfg. 

253
Hudson Salt Cup and Mineral Feeder
Stoneware. No damage. Still has original stanchion mounting bracket. 

254
Great 1950's Pepsi Soda Fountain Tap Tower
Has chip on side. 11 x 13 x 8. Mounted to box for display purposes. 

255
Pair of Miller High Life Pub Table Ceiling Lights
Untested. 20" sq

256
Modern, 1920's Collegiate Style, Coyote Fur Full Length Coat
Good condition. Approx. men's size 46 based on how it fit me. 

257
Outstanding ROG Midnight Fast Black framed dye advertising mirror
Central image has bat against a full moon and a winged mythological beast with a hound's head and spiked tail. This originally came from a general store in the UP where it was one of two but the other was cracked in half. 60 x 48 

258
Pabst Blue Ribbon Outdoor Tavern Sign Insert
No damage. Fading to red. 48 x 48 including establishment panel. 

259
Pabst Blue Ribbon Outdoor Tavern Sign Insert
Fading to red. No damage. 48 x 48 Included establishment panel. 

259A
Stained Glass Jeweled Leaded Window
A few captive cracks, but quite solid. 28 x 37

259B
Cast Iron Hot Air Floor Grate
With removable center panel. 25 x 31 
Bring someone to help you load.

259C
Cast Iron Hot Air Floor Grate
23 x 31 
Bring someone to help you load. 

259D
Kent Nottingham Men's 10 Speed 26" Road Bike
Works, tires hold air. 

260
Wagner Wheel and Master Cylinder Repair Kits Cabinet
Full of new old stock components. 20 x 36 x 9 

261
Oak Convertible High Chair/Stroller
Cane seat. 

262
Oak Pipe Smoking Cabinet
Some veneer loss. 22 x 28

263
#3 Cast Iron Farm Bell
Sound. No yoke. Really, that's no yoke.
Bring someone to help you load.

264
Dale Jr. Budweiser Hanging Adv Mock Hood
Bluish tint is from protective plastic film. Stamped aluminum. 29 x 27 

265
Wicker Fernery
Some damage to wicker. 

266
Murray Ford Pinto Ralley Pedal Car
Some minor surface rust. 

267
Murray Fire Truck Pedal Car
Missing hub caps and ladders. A good restoration candidate. 

268
Modern pedestal base coin op vending machine
Most recently used for bird seed. Missing key but top readily unthreads. 

269
Classic concrete lawn jockey
No damage but could use some paint. 27" 

270
2 piece Female Mannequin
Adjustable arms and wrists. 70". Mannequins are always a bit freaky when I'm over here working by myself.

271
Pair Of Wrought Iron Fireplace Andirons
26"

272
Nice 1920's floor lamp with slag column
Bronze finish over cast iron. Marked W&E Co. 63" 

273
Traditional 2 vise woodworker's bench
No dogs, no vise handles. 84 x 33 x 32
You must bring someone to help you load. 

274
Half of an anvil/vise
14" 

275
Scarce Harley Davidson snowmobile passenger sled
Missing seat, hole is lower left front, replaced windshield. 
Bring someone to help you load. 

276
Oak curved glass cane/umbrella display case
Mfg by F.C. Jorgeson & Co. Chicago. Needs one end cap for back panel. All glass intact. Original finish. 18 x 48 x 16 A very nice piece. 
Bring someone to help you load. 

277
3 Drawer ash chest
Needs some TLC. Bring someone to help you load. 

278
Great Hires Root Beer die stamped steel sign
Some bends and minor paint loss at top. 13.5 x 41.5 

279
Butternut one drawer dovetailed work table
Original finish. Top has been reset with 4 small nails. Still a very nice piece. 28 x 29 x 18

280
Impressive scenic pastoral OOC by R.L. Johnston
Ruben Le Grand Johnston, American 1851-1918. Very ornate, old frame with some minor gesso loss. Painting is 31" x 23" 

281
Scalloped top cherry one drawer work table
Very old refinishing job. Replaced pulls, but a significant piece.
26sq x 29"

282
Walnut case sidelock high boy
All original hardware and finish. Could stand a little tightening up. 
35 x 54 x 20.5 You must bring your own help to load. 

283
3pc Map/Document 5 drawer oak file cabinet
Made by US Cap and Closure Inc. 41 x 21 x 28 You must bring your own people to help you load. 

284
Mahogany dresser with mirror
Original finish. Minor veneer loss. Carved paw foot. Would look pretty swanky refinished. 35 x 72 x 18 You must bring your own help to load. 

285
1900's Heavy paperboard die cut Santa
He has condition issues but still has a great look. 54" 

286
Victorian walnut dovetailed dresser with hanky drawers
Fruit carved pulls with race track drawer fronts. 41 x 47 x 20
You must bring your own help to load. 

287
Impressive curved glass oak side board with mirror
Quarter sawed, original hardware. Pretty much ready to put in place. 44 x 61 x 20 You must bring your own people to help you load. 

288
Framed 1958 advertising calendar
Surface issues on bottom. 24 x 28

289
Asst'd sterling, gold plated and other costume jewelry
Includes possible carved jade pendant. 

290
Sterling, rhinestone and other costume jewelry
Includes Czech crystal pin. 

291
Asst'd Victorian, cloissene, sterling, scrimshaw & other jewelry
Some older, finer pcs in this lot. 

292
Asst'd military, religious & sterling jewelry, etc.
Includes jade handle sterling spoon and others, men's watch chains, and a bowling pendant marked KKK, which is either the Kinnikinnic Kegling Klub or the Klan sponsered a bowling team. 

293
Sterling and other jewelry including some nice filigree pins
Includes an unsual miniature butcher's meat saw pendant. 

294
All sterling jewelry
A little bit of a lot of things. 

295
5 Different pair of semi-precious stones
As labeled in photos. 

296
Mostly sterling earrings

297
Mostly sterling and turquoise jewelry

298
Mostly sterling rings with semi precious stones
Display case NOT included. 

299
Asst'd silver content and other coins
To include Indian Heads. Half cent coin not guaranteed authentic. Silver medallions are plated. 

300
Pearl necklace
Marked Joaillier Capet Paris

301
6 Franklin Half Dollars

302
30 Walking Liberty Half Dollars

303
187 Standing Liberty Quarters
No dates. 

304
115 Silver Washington Quarters
Ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

305
223 Silver War Nickels
Ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

306
139 Mercury Dimes
Circulated 1936.

307
50 Uncirculated 1955 Roosevelt Dimes

308
150 Mercury Dimes
Circulated 1939 

309
181 Mercury Dimes
Circulated 1940

310
466 Roosevelt Silver Dimes
Circulated. 

311
200 Roosevelt Silver Dimes
Ranging to uncirculated to circulated 1964

312
400 Silver Roosevelt Dimes
1964 ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

313
344 Silver Roosevelt Dimes
1962 ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

314
386 Silver Roosevelt Dimes
1959 uncirculated to circulated

315
242 Buffalo Nickels
Smooth coins, no dates. 

316
Metal and glass 1950's patio furniture set

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Sale Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Wednesday Aug 10 , 03:00 PM
Bidding Ends: Tuesday Aug 16 , 07:00 PM
Sale Location

Kewaskum, WI 53040
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ESTATE ANTIQUE AUCTION
KEWASKUM, WI
STARTS THURSDAY, AUG 11, 7:00PM
IN PERSON INSPECTION MONDAY, AUG 15, 2-6PM
STARTS CLOSING TUE AUG 16, 7PM
PICK UP BY LAST NAME A-L 8/17 & M-Z 8/18, 2-6PM
LOCATION: N131 County Rd S. 1.5 miles North of Kewaskum
SPECIAL ITEMS: JD X330 lawn tractor w/42” deck, 20hp, ONLY 60 hours; JD 10P garden trailer; Harley Davidson snowmobile passenger sled.
ADVERTISING: Great 5’x4’ advertising mirror for “Midnight Fast Black” dye; Verifine Ice Cream double sided porc sidewalk sign w/frame; Coca Cola lollipop porc. sign top; Porc. Dr. Pepper sign; Good countertop oak showcases include Popcorn/Peanuts; Wood coffee crate; Bubble Up door push; Great Weber Bros. Horses, Hartford tin sign; Good Hires Root Beer sign; Orange Squeeze, Vess, NeHi Root Beer & Orange Crush tin signs; Tin Ag sigs; Cig & tobacco signs; Cherry Sparkle sign; Many advertising tins, boxes, etc.; 2 lg size Pabst outdoor tavern sign inserts; Several lighted beer signs & clocks; Pepsi & Coke lighted signs & clocks; 50s Pepsi Cooler; Vaseline Teaberry gum display; 110+ WI beer bottles include Pre-Pro; 1900s stand-up Santa; Mason’s blacking box; Harley gas tanks; Much more.
TOYS: Steelcraft Boston Flyer ride-on train; Murray Pinto Rally pedal car; Doepke firetruck; Many die cast cars incl. red line; Lg. K&H and other dolls; Etc.
STONEWARE: 15gl RW side stamped leaf crock; 4gl Hamilton & Jones Star Pottery crock; 6gl early Red Wing leaf churn and a Lazy 8 churn; 4gl Birch Leaf ski oval churn; 6gl RW butterfly crock; 4 gl RW ribcage target crock; Other Red Wing.
FURNITURE: Good, small oak cane display case; Great ¼ sawd oak sideboard w/showcase; Vict. sidelock walnut dresser; Cherry & Butternut work tables; A&C oak umbrella stand; Oak pedestal; Etc.
COINS: Silver halves; 2000+ silver dimes; 200+ war nickels; 242 Buffalo nickels.
THE REST: Signed R. L. (Reuben LeGrand) Johnston 1851-1918 30x22 “A Farm In Normandy” pastoral scenic OOC; Jeweled, leaded 28x36 stained glass window; Traditional 2 vice carpenters workbench; 2, 1920s comm. light fixtures; Victor oak phonograph horn; RR lanterns; Calculagrpah recording clock; Clocks; Gold, Sterling & costume jewelry, bakelite & rhinestone; St. Cecilia relic locket; Lg Rosary collection; Full length raccoon coat; Kent 10sp Men’s road bike; Bear Tigercat bow; Weather vanes; Cast iron #3 bell; David White Transit; Machinist chest & tools; Tools; Lawn jockey; Etc.
TERMS: Cash, check or credit card. 10% Buyer’s fee. 3% CC convenience fee; Tax collected. Full terms online @ www.paulauction.com.
REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER Mike Paul No 28
PAUL AUCTION COMPANY, INC.
Kewaskum, WI 53040 1-262-338-3030

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Mike Paul
Paul Auction Co.
Mike@PaulAuction.com
262-338-3030

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Merchandise Pick Up
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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.
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1
6gl Red Wing Crock
No damage

2
Menu board from renowned hamburger joint
Bid with abandon but be advised the Smithsonian has their eyes on it.

3
Four Pepsi and other menu boards
Includes numerous numbers, letters and a storage tray. 

4
NOS Federal 41pc Home Entertainment glassware set
Appears to be complete, but I did not empty the box to confirm. 

5
3 Old Slot Racer sets
All Ideal Motorific. Not guaranteed complete. One partial car. 

6
Farm-Oyl 5gl motor oil can
Good on the front, rusty on the back. 

7
Budweiser 3-D lighted sign
Works. All metal case. 18 x 15

8
Busch Beer lighted clock
13 x 19

9
7 Wisconsin Beer Bottles
Weber Theresa Munchner Steiney, Plymouth 15oz, Spaeth Fort Atkinson, Ziegler Beaver Dam, Lithia Christmas West Bend, Ziegler 520 Beaver Dam, Lithia West Bend.  

10
10 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Ruhlands Baraboo - both clear and brown, Effinger Baraboo clear and brown quarts, Ruhlands Baraboo quart. 

11
12 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Blatz both clear and brown, Independent Milwaukee Blob Top and crown top, Cream City Milwaukee, Pabst clear and brown, Young Milwaukee, Milwaukee Brewery Co., Gettelman, Miller quart. 

12
7 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Old Milwaukee, Schlitz Royal Ruby, Blatz, Independent Milwaukee Braumeister, Cream City Brewing with partial label, Gettelman, Braumeister by Heilman's. 

13
9 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Haegermeister Green Bay, Michicott, Hussa Bangor, Calumet Chilton, Walter Appleton with clean wire bail and stopper, Marathon, Henry Rahr Green Bay blob pint, Riverside Bottling Sauk City quart, Fuhrmann Reedsburg quart. 

14
15 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Fink-Uhen Burlington, Mineral Spring Mineral Point, Semrad Brothers and Pusch Highland, Fox Lake, Kurth Columbus, Schreier Sheboygan, Medford, Citizens Antigo, Ashland, Oconto, Antigo Brewing, Schreihart Manitowoc, Hillsboro quart. 

15
John Deere X330 20hp Riding Lawn Mower
With grass collection system. 42" deck. Only 62, one owner hours. As clean and fresh as it looks. Mower currently configured for side discharge but easily adapted for grass catcher chute.

16
11 Asst'd Bottles
Fox Head 400 60z and 12oz includes early Post-Pro, North Star Jr., Klinkert Racine, White Water, Bloxdorf Kenosha blob, Ruder Wausau, Weber Waukesha, A. Koretsky and Co. non-beer bottle. 

17
14 Asst'd Madison WI Beer Bottles
Hausmann pint, Heibels soda, Lake City soda, Fauerbach, Madison Club Special, Centennial Brew, Hausmann brown quart, Hausmann amber quart, Fauerbach quart with chips to crown. 

18
14 Asst'd WI Beer Bottles
Walters Eau Claire Family Beer Steiny, Rhinelander ACL shorty, Oconto, Fountain Brew, Leinenkugel embossed, Oconto 7 and 12oz, Peoples Oshkosh, Chief Oshkosh, Oshkosh embossed. 

19
Asst'd Bottles and Cans
Heinie's Hillsboro Strong Beer steiney, Bub's can, Schumacher Potosi, Haas Ripon, Unmarked malt tonic, Knapstein New London, Van Merrit Chicago, Royall Lyme stoppered splash bottle. 

20
2 Madison Beer Bottles
Breckheimer Brewing Co. quart brown with bright clean bail and stopper, H. Schulkamp and Co. pint blob. 

21
1900's Counter Top Showcase
Old, gold finish. Takes, but does not have, 2 glass shelves. Old chip to wood at right rear top of case. 15 x 20 x 14 

22
Standard Fuel Oils Thermometer
Has seen weather. Thermometer in tact. 11.5" 

23
3 WI Beer Bottles
Sander Brothers Fond du Lac, Bechaud Brewing Fond du Lac, Geo. Blessing Grafton. 

24
3 Cardboard Beer Cases
2 Huber Monroe and 1 Leinenkugel. 

24A
John Deere 10P lawn/garden trailer
Near new, still has the nubbies on the tires, dump style. 

25
Waltham Banjo Wall Clock
Uses pocket watch/dashboard clock style movement. Not running. Base has been altered. 19" 

26
Asst'd cigar boxes and glass merchandising cover
Watchman Cigars, Celestino Fernandez Co. Milwaukee WI merchandising cover.

27
Mail Pouch Tobacco Adv. Thermometer
Thermometer intact. Has seen weather and wear. Some finish loss, some loss, some dingles. 39 x 9

28
4 Asst'd Adv Tins
Sunshine Biscuits barrel cover-missing glass, Reeds Scotch Patties, Uneeda Butter Wafers, Brach's marshmallows. Brachs has image wear. 

29
13 Asst'd Advertising Tins
Includes hard to find spice cylinder for counter top retail bin. 

29A
Asst'd Sporting Related Items
Good wood shotgun cleaning rod, 2 golf clubs, early powder horn with pest damage, MacGregor Hank Aaron baseball, 13 carom type balls. 

30
Cast Iron No. 3 Mailbox with newspaper wire
Tin back is missing but fairly easily replaced. 6 x 13

31
Capper's Farmer tin barn sign
Pretty good condition. 14 x 8 

32
Asst'd Dolls
Mostly home made. 

33
Country Store style string dispenser
I offered this separately because even though it is such a single use, utilitarian piece, they rarely if ever show up. Designed to be suspended from the ceiling. Holds the old style cone shaped string spool. 12 x 16

34
Harley Davidson Riding Cap
Old, original. Size 6 3/4. 

35
Assorted Collectibles
Chain frame advertising Donahue Iowa, school kid slate board, modern covered wooden box with duck. 

36
1929 and 1932 single WI license plates

37
Nabisco and Crescent 2.5lb Cracker Tins
Nabisco is kind of tough, but Tom Thumb Crescent is pretty nice. 

38
Asst'd Tobacco Tins

39
Marx cart and horse wind up steel toy with driver
Motor complete but needs work. Made in Great Britain. 10" 

40
Dwinell-Wright Co. Joyful Brand Coffee crate
Boston-Chicago over all good condition but some loss to the paper labels. 19 x 20 x 16 

41
11 Asst'd Tobacco Tins
Condition varies, The Belfast is probably in the best condition. Sweet Cuba and Peerless are missing the lids. 

42
Dr. Pepper Soda porcelain sign
Some chipping to edges. Nothing significant in my opinion. 24 x 9.5

43
Kan-O MadeRite Flour 25lb Tin
Some wear and denting but presents very well. 14 x 10

44
Star Tobacco die stamped steel sign
Some scuffing and other wear. 24 x 12

45
Grain Flail and Seed Corn Dryer

46
Kitchen Collectibles and Paper Advertising
Imperial milk glass rolling pin, Seal Test wooden milk bottle, 2 cornhusking pins, adv sifter, carded Mendets, Schlichting Sheboygan Falls ice cream carton, Blue Tip matches, grocery list booklet, adv pencil box, Godfry grocery list cover, Schaefer and Engelhardt ice cream adv fan, Scott's 1889 &1890 adv calendars, etc. 

47
Postum Post Toasties Corn Flakes adv paperboard sign
Condition issues but still displayable. 20 x 16

48
Sir Walter Raleigh large tobacco can
A few dents, but strong image. 12 x 12

49
Beech-Nut Food adv steel panel
This was either from a door push or a shelf from a POP display. Surface issues but quite readable. Fairly heavy gage steel. 28 x 6

50
Chicken Dinner Candy steel sign
This brand of candy was made in Milwaukee. Normally when you see this sign, it is a one piece sign. This however, is a very rare, previously unknown, 2 piece sign with the highly sought after random nail holes. Additionally, it boasts of dents, creases, rust, and material loss on two corners. Other than that, it's perfect. 28 x 13

51
Asst'd bottles, piano rolls and other collectibles
Includes Husting Milwaukee bottle, 17 Easter post cards and more. 

52
Asst'd lighting items with a stove font
Pewter chamber stick with snuffer, modern pottery finger lamp, old Acme bracket lamp reflector and a Cleveland Foundry oil stove font. 

53
Clark's Teaberry Gum Vaseline glass, store counter top display stand
Gum stand has minor chip on lip and a Vaseline covered candy. 

54
Potato Chip and Peanuts counter top store vending display
Marked on two panels. Old blue paint. Kind of a neat piece. 14 x 13 x 14

55
Sterling Dark Tobacco can
Some surface scuffing but displays quite well. 8.5 x 12

56
Black Hawk Feeds steel sign
Some bends and wear but overall pretty good. 18 x 12 

57
SteelCraft Boston Flyer ride on toy train
Missing steering wheel. 23" 

58
Great Verifine Ice Cream double sided porcelain sidewalk sign
In original frame. Some porcelain chipping as shown. 28 x 24 x 29

59
11 Asst'd Comic Books
Magnus, Scooter, Red Wolf, Jimmy Olsen, Bat Man, Super Man, Turok, Marvel Daredevil, The Thing, Silver Surfer, Dr. Doom. 

60
Mandeville & King Co. Wooden Seed case
20 x 4 x 14

61
Doepke Model Ladder Fire Truck
Parts or project. 

62
Vintage Laundry Items
Fels-Naptha Soap crate, rug beater, wash board, dust pan, laundry shovel. 

63
MotoMeter Standard Radiator Thermometer
Some corrosion issues but complete. 

64
Colonial Bread adv door push
A three pc push, missing one end. Colonial was an Iowa brand. Consignor may be able to find the other end, but no guarantees at all. Being sold as you see it. Otherwise very good condition. 30" 

65
Pre BiggerHair Tobacco Can
No lid, condition issues. 

66
Tiger Chewing Tobacco Lunch Pail Can
10 x 8 x 5.5 

67
Die Cast Truck Banks and Cast Iron Horses
Includes Japanese steel 1915 Ford friction toy, 

67A
Badger Candy Chocolates Bucket and related
Ziegler Candy adv mirror and Lowney's Chocolates box. Bucket is
12 x 12. 

68
6 Asst'd Children's Plates
Teddy bears, Campbell's Soup Kids, etc. Some hairlines on Baby Bunting. Teddy has corrosion issues and no filler cap. 

69
Nice Cherry Sparkle Paperboard Sign
15.5 x 6

70
Coca-Cola Porcelain Sign
Chipped. Trimmed. 26 x 10

71
Vicks Va-Tro-Nol Adv Steel Sign
Surface issues 15.5 x 10.5

72
Asst'd Tobacco Advertising
Frank Mayo Cigar and Viceroy paperboard hanging signs. Red Feather, La Crosse WI paperboard box. 

73
Vess Beverages 6 color die stamped steel sign
Should clean up nicely. 30 x 12

74
Orange Squeeze Die Stamped Tin Tacker Sign
What appears to be a funky surface is actually the hardened, original wax paper that separated the signs as they came from the manufacturer. The sign has never seen weather. 28 x 13

75
Wilson Bulk Milk Cooler steel sign
Fairly heavy gauge steel. 26 x 9.5

76
Nehi Root Beer die stamped steel sign
Surface issues. Top center nail hole torn out. 30 x 12 

77
Victor Talking Machine oak phonograph horn
Some material loss and loose glue joints. 21.5 x 21.5

78
Miller, Dubroul and Peters Maple Cutting board
Cincinnati OH. Dated 11-23. Double sided. This may have been an example of their construction technique for butcher blocks, but I suspect it was made as a commercial, stand alone cutting board. 13.5 x 1.5 x 9 

79
National Biscuit Company store tin
10.5 x 11.5 x 10.5

80
Nehi Root Beer die stamped steel sign
Condition issues as shown. 30x 12

81
Sweet Cuba and Sweet Burley Tobacco Tins
Surface issues but displayable. 8.5 x 11

82
Slant Front Oak Counter top display case
Glass is missing from the front, door is missing from the back, but a cute piece. May have been for Zeno Gum. 10 x 15 x 8

83
Sunshine Cigarettes tin tacker sign
Surface issues 14 x 18

84
Excellent North Bros. Eagle fluting iron
Excellent fluter comes with one warming rod. Also includes a sad iron & 2 trivets to include Enterprise and "IWANTU" by Strause. 

85
Matched pair store ceiling lights
These are the classic lights you would picture in a 1920s/30s store. Shade is 14 x 10. Overall fixture is 53". 

86
Mason's Boot Blacking box
11.5 x 4.5 x 8

87
Campfire Marshmallows and Borden's Malted Milk Tins
Some surface issues. 

88
Decorative collectibles
2 partial wood planes, Scandinavian inspired wood charger, Blue Goose orange crate, swamp shoe for a one legged horse. 

89
Krispy Crackers Sunshine Biscuits Tin
Hinge needs to be repaired but this should clean up nicely. 9 x 7 x 8

90
HY-TONE Marshmallows and MW Gold Medal tea tins
No lid for the marshmallows, both have issues but make good decor. 

91
Oak Counter Top showcase
H.G. Lipscomb Nashville TN. 30 x 13 x 23.5 

92
2 Willow Wash Baskets
Both have some some damage but the larger one is in better condition. 

93
2 Ships in glass bottles
Plastic ships.

94
4 nice Victorian fruit prints
Includes nicely matched pair of walnut frames. Largest frames are 13.5 x 15.5. 

95
Independent Baking Co. Cracker Crate
Davenport Iowa 21. 5 12 x 14

96
A mixed lot
Includes electric Ives No. 1100 locomotive, a Marx wind up locomotive, tender and gondola .With 3 wire wheels and a small Christmas tree stand. 

97
And another mixed lot
Adv beater jar from McLachian Groceries, spring store scale, decorative English brass flue plate. 

98
Wood model of SS Normandie
Marked on base Van Ryper Vineyard Haven, MA. 25 x 4.5 x 4

99
Lot of asst'd jewelry
Large brooch/pendant maybe sterling with turquoise. 

100
Wright's Underwear paperboard signs
Some condition issues, but nice display pieces. 

101
Coca-Cola porcelain sign with iron frame
Does not have base. Some loss of porcelain as shown. 30 x 33

101A
London double barrel outside hammer wall hanger shotgun
About 12g 

102
Marceau brass trumpet
Incomplete, some damage, a wall hanger. 

103
Reed's counter top candy display
Some finish loss but not bad. 13 x 5 x 6

104
Union Meat Market sign
Bastian Brothers Pulveroid celluloid over cardboard sign. Wear to corners. 14 x 10

105
Beaded cushion with woven hand bag
Cushion looks like New York Indian bead work. Hand bag looks like South American Indian tourist goods. Also a hand mirror with violets, paint decorated egg in glass case. 

106
Blue Buckle and Trojan branddungarees and overalls paperboard adv signs
You would think that they would point out the safety factor for Trojan brand overalls. 14 x 11

107
Putnam Fadeless Dyes metal store cabinet
Some minorsurface issues on backside, opposite the graphics. 19 x 15 x 6

108
Cobbler's collectibles
Shoe shin pedestal, cheese maker wooden sole, 3 lasts, rotary nail bin, cobbler's coal hod. 

109
Asst'd Women's stockings and hosiery signs
Includes Mojud, Manikin, Wig Wam. Wig Wam Sheboygan WI is still in business. Also includes an early poster regarding the maximum hours of labor for women over the age of 16. Doesn't appear to address women under 16.

110
Holtzman's Pretzel tins.
Some fading. 

111
Santa counter top display of Christmas gift suggestions
Hand written suggestions for men include ties, socks, suspenders, handkerchiefs. This is the most ill advised suggestion list for a man that I've ever seen. 9.5 x 11

112
Bubble Up advertising door push
Some surface issues. 30" 

113
Orange Crush die stamped self framed steel sign
Some surface issues but very presentable. 47 x 17

114
6 pcs of kitchen metal ware
Mostly hand forged. 

115
Kingsbury Beer adv chalk board
Heileman Brewing La Crosse. 19.5 x 29.5

116
Asst'd men's and dresser top items
Camera, tie, wallets, powder boxes, figurines, and more. 

117
Rhinestone and other costume jewelry
Brooches, pins, earrings, necklaces, etc. 

118
Gold, Ivory and other jewelry
14k, 10k  and other marked jewelry. Includes 14k pin with diamond. Cameo, carved ivory, pearl necklace and other items. 

119
Pocket and Wrist watches
Includes Elgin 17j pocket watch with pen knife chain. Columbus hunting case pocket watch. 

120
Bakelite and other plastic jewelry
Includes nice Bakelite bracelet. 

121
Religious items and a relic
Includes a relic from Saint Cecila, Martyr, the Patron Saint of music and musicians. 

122
Young and Smylie Licorice tin
New York 6 x 8 x 4 

123
10 Asst'd tin type photos
Includes 4negatives of Ashippun fire trucks from the 1930's 

124
Early style Red Wing leaf decorated 6gl salt glaze butter churn
Minor chip at center front base. 

125
6gl Lazy 8 salt glaze churn
With ill fitting lid, damage to one handle, hairline in center top rear. 

126
3, 1930's Home Furnishing Arts hard cover catalogs
Includes Vol. 1 #1, excellent full color pictorial reference for contemporary furnishings, textiles and decor. And Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls. 

127
3 View Master viewers, projector, reels
Includes a case. 

128
4gl Red Wing birch leaf churn with ski oval
Interior rim chips, hairline on left side base with wood lid and dasher. 

129
Paper advertising goods
Egg dyes, CNW RR tickets, Heywood Wakefield price list, S & H Green Stamps, toy shoes, etc. 

130
Football Shoulder and Hip Pads
Hip pads are marked Stall and Bean Brockton, MA. 

131
Red Wing side stamped 15gl leaf decorated crock
Large chip on exterior rim, repaired chip on interior rim, no cracks. Side stamped on rear.

132
8mm Films
Betty Boop, Woody Woodpecker, etc. 

133
Traditional Snow Shoes
Rawhide and ash. 45 x 13

134
Red Wing 6gl Salt Glaze Butter Fly crock
Several lines at base, interior rim chip. 

135
Asst'd Military items
Includes NIB Patton Tank kit, basic training memory books. 

136
Asst'd sporting collectibles
2 Milwaukee Brewer baseball gloves and towel, Green Bay Packer towel, oven mitts, apron and for good measure a Fonzi/Henry Winkler autographed phot. 

137
Double bail handled Winnebago basket
16 x 10 x 14

138
Asst'd Railroad and other china
Includes Great Northern RR, Pere Marquette RR, Illinois Central RR, New York Central RR, Chalet on the Lake. 

139
Red Wing 4gl ribcage crock
Minor chip on one handle, otherwise excellent condition. 

140
Pabst, Old Style and Sprecher beer glasses
Includes unusual Miller High Life/Time Magazine promo pilsner glass and 4 novelty soda bottle jackets. 

141
Novelty flatware and serving pieces
Includes USN server and meat fork. The Pine Rest Sanitarium and Christian Psychopathic Hospital cook book. No, I am not making that up. It was located in Michigan, but ironically, not in the UP. There are some crazy good recipes in here. 

142
Asst'd Military and Sporting items
3 overseas caps, Outstanding Events in US Naval History, (vol 1 of 200,000), My Battle by Hitler, 50 cal machine gun cases, 12 loaded rounds of 45/70, Army belt buckle, sterling rifle marksman award. mounted solder statue, several firearm books and postage stamp albums. 

143
Asst'd paper collectibles
WI booklets and plat books, photos of the 1900 Paris Expo, real photo and other post cards, erotic photo cigarette case. 

144
Inlaid walnut candle box
Missing one piece of trim. Construction is blind dovetail, one of the most difficult joints to cut. 13 x 5.5 x 6

145
Large lot of Ashippun related advertising and memorabilia
Includes ash trays, plates, church keys, patches, clothing, wall hangings, calendars, bank bags, etc. 

146
Automobile related collectibles
Includes great Mobil/Castrol/Esso early 1950's pop up book. Plus Ford Pinto, Maverick and Mustang trim and plastic tail lights. 

147
Asst'd pottery and stoneware containers
Empty mercury jug, 2 art deco candle holders, cabin still empty decanter, duck pitcher. 

148
David White Transit and Tri-pod
Model unknown

149
Scouting and Sporting collectibles
1964 National Jamboree souvenir, hand book, Case construction hatchet, rough bayonet, Gerber knife, novelty action camera and binos. 

150
Hercules Detonators handbook and Camel brand fire crackers
Hercules copyright 1927

151
Sleepy eye porcelain head doll
Kid body, damage to fingers, German 21" 

152
Santa and Cinderella Masks
Cinderella includes dress type costume. Santa is mask only. Looks like he's had a hard night.

153
Hamilton & Jones Star Pottery salt glaze decorated 4gl crock
Stenciled and hand decorated. Tight 3" hairline from rim to handle.

154
Asst'd Toys
Athearn dummy Amtrak engine, tin athlete, Mario Bros Nintendo cartridges, action figure costume items. 

155
Bathroom adv tins and booklet of adv chemicals and cleaners
Check out some of the products advertised. 

156
Large collection of dolls

157
Oak Clock Shelf
20 x 8 x 8

158
Carved clock shelf
18 x 13 x 8

159
Oak piano stool
All original. 

160
Oak A&C umbrella/cane stand
Brass tray. 13 square by 30 high

161
Oak plant stand
15 x 31

162
Novelty wooden axe
42" 

163
Cast iron weather vane with ruby flash star cut insert
18.5"

164
D.B. Smith Blizzard copper and brass sprayer
All polished up. 

165
8 Drawer Spice Cabinet
Good stenciling all original. 

166
A. Voltter New York adv quart jug
No damage

167
Nabisco "Uneeda Bakers" counter top jar
No lid, crack in base. 10" 

168
Victorian Walnut plant stand
18 x 31

169
Cast Iron kite tail green glass weather vane
21" 

170
Schepp's tin cake box
Repairs to hinge, some surface loss. 11 x 9 x 11

171
Excellent Oak slant front display case with owl in moon trademark image
If you share my level of good taste, you'll be all over this. 19 x 29 x 9 

172
Planter's Peanut jar
No graphics on lid. 10" 

173
De Laval cream separator cow and calf die cut tin advertising
Surface issues on head of cow with calf.

174
Large wooden bowl
17" separation on one side

175
St. Louis cast bronze lightning rod with amethyst insert
17.5" 

176
3 Seltzer bottles
Kohlman's Racine with Gray's Janesville Famous Beverages faucet. Blue Mid Island Beverage service, Husting Milwaukee missing faucet. 

177
Nice Arcade Imperial No 157 lap coffee grinder
7" square

178
Manuel Avillar bronze Williamson's parrot bottle opener & corkscrew
Circa 1930. 6.5"

179
Chas. H. Slack Chicago advertising pint jug
No damage

180
2 Drawer Clark's Mile-End spool cabinet
Has a neat Grampa's Wonder Soap adv image on top. 23 x 7.5 x 15

181
Wattware Salesmen sample apple pitcher and Channel 12 match holder
Wattware has hairline on back. I got all excited when I found the match holder. It reads "Hello Milwaukee" which I initially misread as Heil Milwaukee and thought it may have been a late production piece from Pierron. I removed the felt applied to the base and slowly realized I was looking at WISN Channel 12's 1980's era logo pressed into the clay. Oh, well. 

182
Weber Bros. Hartford, Beaver Dam & Theresa horses sign
Tin tacker, has a few issues, but go find another one. Currently taking side bets on how much it sells for. This piece is great. 20 x 14

183
Cast Iron Handsome Cab and "Dot" toy stove
Missing the hack. 

184
Little Tot toy/spice grinder
Complete, original. 

185
Esterbrook's Oak pen nib display case
Drawer in back. 14 x 5.5 x 13.5

186
Cast Iron kite tail weather vane with amber insert
21.5

187
Gun Powder Tea metal store bin
In this case gun powder refers to a fine, green Chinese tea of granular appearance. 13 x 16 x 16

188
Blow mold Santa Claus
38"

189
4 Reproduction Pepsi signs
3 are porcelain, widest at 19"

190
Gilbert "Puck" walnut kitchen clock
All original, untested. 

191
Carved Victorian walnut dresser mirror with glove box base
Base has loose, but present trim pieces. 26 x 40 x 10

192
Budweiser calendar and Bud Light digital clock
Clock requires a power source. 

193
2 metal milk crates

194
Old Style plastic clock and lighted sign
Untested. 

195
3 Wood planes
Stanley #220, Sandusky and unmarked transitional. 

196
Coca-Cola lighted menu board
No inserts, 39 x 21 

197
Laundry and kitchen collectibles
Clothes line winders, carpet beater, nut cracker, etc. 

198
Metal phonograph horn
Green wash. 19 x 23

199
Great C & NWRy Adams and Westlake lantern
A complete and original with burner. 

200
2 Black mantel clocks
Sessions and another, untested. 

201
Asst'd hanging and table lamp parts

202
Blue milk glass lightning rod ball
Chips to one flange. 

203
Oil on canvas of young man with pipe signed E. Merkler
Listed artist. There are other, documented examples of this subject. 11 x 15 

204
Asst'd sheath and other knives
2 1972 Milwaukee Buck's rulers from the White Hen Pantry. 

205
Seth Thomas cathedral chime mantel clock
Untested. 

206
"Pepsi , please" lighted clock
Works, needs bulb, chip on lens where not easily seen. 10.5 x 16

207
3 NOS Clark's flue plates
With the original box. 

208
C&NWRy Dressel RR lantern with Fresnel ruby lens
And a battery operated hand lantern. 

209
Hand operated oak clothes washer
It's either that or a training aid for the new milk maid. 36" 

210
Pepsi lighted clock
Crack in lens, lights, 2nd hand does not move. 

211
Harley Davidson gas tank
One pc only. 

212
West Bend Mandarin Red Coffee Percolator
#5920 little to no use. 

213
Battery operated Pepsi clock
Untested. 15 x 18

214
Milwaukee 6511 Sawzall
Untested. 

215
Larin 5" Bench Vise
New in box. 

216
Asst'd Tools
Includes Zenith #9475 & Craftsman #162 folding boxwood rules and other vintage tools. 

217
Dr. Seuss's Sleep Book and felt on cork 1960's craft kit

218
5gl Red Wing shoulder jug, now lamp
Apparently they didn't know you could buy a slip in cork lamp adapter before they drilled/dynamited this jug. 

219
Harley Davidson gas tank
One only

220
White Rotary portable electric sewing machine
Untested. 

221
Asst'd hand saws
Includes Henry Disston and a scarce BELL SYSTEM cable saw by E. C. Atkins.

222
Electric horn
Untested. 6V ? Dent in motor housing. 

223
Pepsi Cola cooler
Should clean up nicely. 

224
Stanley brass bound cherry wood level
All vials intact. 26.25"

225
Nylint Alan Kulwicki/Hooters semi truck
Original box but needs cleaning. 

226
Matched pair WI 1931 license plates
And Auto-King 2gl motor oil can. Plates are oxidation forward. Oil can has some dingles. 

227
OOB of "Wilful Stumble and His WHAZAT????"
By FJ Curt. A one man band from Michigan. 40 x 28

228
Pepsi Lighted clock
Light and clock work. No apparent damage. 15 x 16 

229
Pot belly stove topper
One hairline. No casting numbers. 10.25" across the base. 15" high. 

230
Matched pair Tilt Ray Headlamp
Made by The Guide Lamp Corp. 11" 

231
Pepsi advertising items
Includes working electric clock, with glass lens. Clock dial has some creasing. Novelty bottle radio. Novelty can with men's sleep pant. Repro metal sign. 

232
Asst'd advertising and post cards
Includes Presidential pencils and medallions. Real photo and other post cards including Army ducks, Tomahawk boat races. 

233
Miller High Life and Lite Beer pub table hanging lamps
Untested. One needs cleaning. 20" sq

234
Asst'd Boy Scout patches
Includes OOA sash. Mostly Four Lakes Council. 

235
5 Wooden Pepsi Crates

236
Bear Tiger Cat Recurve Bow
62" 32lb

237
Pepsi Thermometer
7 x 28. Like new. 

238
Classic "Waiting for a Live One" plaque
Plaster with real mirror. Age unknown. Small chip to upper left corner. 17 x 11 

239
Electric Calculagraph Recording Clock
Mounted in walnut case, untested. These were originally used to record start and stop times of long distance phone calls on a paper tape. Not it's just an unusual clock. 14 x 17 x 6

240
Asst'd men's and women's wrist watches
Includes Waltham, Gruen, Gysbers, Winnie the Pooh, Stauer, and others. 

241
"Warm 'n Fresh" Nut Bar
Electrically heated POP nut merchandiser. 16 x 9 x 10 

242
Pepsi advertising items
Electric and battery operated clocks, untested. Assorted soda bottle crowns including 1970's Coke Green Bay Packers. 

242A
Machinist Chest w/Contents
Several micrometers.

243
Scott's Postage Stamp Album & USPS Costumes Through the Ages

244
32 Red Line Hot Wheel Cars
And a 12 car case. 

245
Pepsi Outdoor Sign Insert
No damage, no fading. 48 x 24

246
Asst'd Comic Books
Includes the Mighty Thor, Star Trek, etc. 

247
Asst'd Plastic & Metal Unbuilt Model Kits
Includes die cast metal '32 Chevy Roadster, Big Boy Locomotive, Red October Sub and others. 

248
2 Budweiser Cash Register Lights
Cosmetic issues, untested. 

249
Klay and Hahn 167-14 German Doll Head on Compo Body
In kit form. Damage to hand, eyes are now affixed. A large doll.

250
Pepsi Outdoor Thermometer
Surface issues 27 x 8.5. Vial intact, alcohol separated. 

251
Large Collection of Rosaries and Religious Items
Includes numerous rosaries, some with sterling content. Also includes 2 pyx and other religious ornaments and medallions s
ome of which are sterling. 

252
Large collection of die cast vehicles
Both old and new. Asst'd mfg. 

253
Hudson Salt Cup and Mineral Feeder
Stoneware. No damage. Still has original stanchion mounting bracket. 

254
Great 1950's Pepsi Soda Fountain Tap Tower
Has chip on side. 11 x 13 x 8. Mounted to box for display purposes. 

255
Pair of Miller High Life Pub Table Ceiling Lights
Untested. 20" sq

256
Modern, 1920's Collegiate Style, Coyote Fur Full Length Coat
Good condition. Approx. men's size 46 based on how it fit me. 

257
Outstanding ROG Midnight Fast Black framed dye advertising mirror
Central image has bat against a full moon and a winged mythological beast with a hound's head and spiked tail. This originally came from a general store in the UP where it was one of two but the other was cracked in half. 60 x 48 

258
Pabst Blue Ribbon Outdoor Tavern Sign Insert
No damage. Fading to red. 48 x 48 including establishment panel. 

259
Pabst Blue Ribbon Outdoor Tavern Sign Insert
Fading to red. No damage. 48 x 48 Included establishment panel. 

259A
Stained Glass Jeweled Leaded Window
A few captive cracks, but quite solid. 28 x 37

259B
Cast Iron Hot Air Floor Grate
With removable center panel. 25 x 31 
Bring someone to help you load.

259C
Cast Iron Hot Air Floor Grate
23 x 31 
Bring someone to help you load. 

259D
Kent Nottingham Men's 10 Speed 26" Road Bike
Works, tires hold air. 

260
Wagner Wheel and Master Cylinder Repair Kits Cabinet
Full of new old stock components. 20 x 36 x 9 

261
Oak Convertible High Chair/Stroller
Cane seat. 

262
Oak Pipe Smoking Cabinet
Some veneer loss. 22 x 28

263
#3 Cast Iron Farm Bell
Sound. No yoke. Really, that's no yoke.
Bring someone to help you load.

264
Dale Jr. Budweiser Hanging Adv Mock Hood
Bluish tint is from protective plastic film. Stamped aluminum. 29 x 27 

265
Wicker Fernery
Some damage to wicker. 

266
Murray Ford Pinto Ralley Pedal Car
Some minor surface rust. 

267
Murray Fire Truck Pedal Car
Missing hub caps and ladders. A good restoration candidate. 

268
Modern pedestal base coin op vending machine
Most recently used for bird seed. Missing key but top readily unthreads. 

269
Classic concrete lawn jockey
No damage but could use some paint. 27" 

270
2 piece Female Mannequin
Adjustable arms and wrists. 70". Mannequins are always a bit freaky when I'm over here working by myself.

271
Pair Of Wrought Iron Fireplace Andirons
26"

272
Nice 1920's floor lamp with slag column
Bronze finish over cast iron. Marked W&E Co. 63" 

273
Traditional 2 vise woodworker's bench
No dogs, no vise handles. 84 x 33 x 32
You must bring someone to help you load. 

274
Half of an anvil/vise
14" 

275
Scarce Harley Davidson snowmobile passenger sled
Missing seat, hole is lower left front, replaced windshield. 
Bring someone to help you load. 

276
Oak curved glass cane/umbrella display case
Mfg by F.C. Jorgeson & Co. Chicago. Needs one end cap for back panel. All glass intact. Original finish. 18 x 48 x 16 A very nice piece. 
Bring someone to help you load. 

277
3 Drawer ash chest
Needs some TLC. Bring someone to help you load. 

278
Great Hires Root Beer die stamped steel sign
Some bends and minor paint loss at top. 13.5 x 41.5 

279
Butternut one drawer dovetailed work table
Original finish. Top has been reset with 4 small nails. Still a very nice piece. 28 x 29 x 18

280
Impressive scenic pastoral OOC by R.L. Johnston
Ruben Le Grand Johnston, American 1851-1918. Very ornate, old frame with some minor gesso loss. Painting is 31" x 23" 

281
Scalloped top cherry one drawer work table
Very old refinishing job. Replaced pulls, but a significant piece.
26sq x 29"

282
Walnut case sidelock high boy
All original hardware and finish. Could stand a little tightening up. 
35 x 54 x 20.5 You must bring your own help to load. 

283
3pc Map/Document 5 drawer oak file cabinet
Made by US Cap and Closure Inc. 41 x 21 x 28 You must bring your own people to help you load. 

284
Mahogany dresser with mirror
Original finish. Minor veneer loss. Carved paw foot. Would look pretty swanky refinished. 35 x 72 x 18 You must bring your own help to load. 

285
1900's Heavy paperboard die cut Santa
He has condition issues but still has a great look. 54" 

286
Victorian walnut dovetailed dresser with hanky drawers
Fruit carved pulls with race track drawer fronts. 41 x 47 x 20
You must bring your own help to load. 

287
Impressive curved glass oak side board with mirror
Quarter sawed, original hardware. Pretty much ready to put in place. 44 x 61 x 20 You must bring your own people to help you load. 

288
Framed 1958 advertising calendar
Surface issues on bottom. 24 x 28

289
Asst'd sterling, gold plated and other costume jewelry
Includes possible carved jade pendant. 

290
Sterling, rhinestone and other costume jewelry
Includes Czech crystal pin. 

291
Asst'd Victorian, cloissene, sterling, scrimshaw & other jewelry
Some older, finer pcs in this lot. 

292
Asst'd military, religious & sterling jewelry, etc.
Includes jade handle sterling spoon and others, men's watch chains, and a bowling pendant marked KKK, which is either the Kinnikinnic Kegling Klub or the Klan sponsered a bowling team. 

293
Sterling and other jewelry including some nice filigree pins
Includes an unsual miniature butcher's meat saw pendant. 

294
All sterling jewelry
A little bit of a lot of things. 

295
5 Different pair of semi-precious stones
As labeled in photos. 

296
Mostly sterling earrings

297
Mostly sterling and turquoise jewelry

298
Mostly sterling rings with semi precious stones
Display case NOT included. 

299
Asst'd silver content and other coins
To include Indian Heads. Half cent coin not guaranteed authentic. Silver medallions are plated. 

300
Pearl necklace
Marked Joaillier Capet Paris

301
6 Franklin Half Dollars

302
30 Walking Liberty Half Dollars

303
187 Standing Liberty Quarters
No dates. 

304
115 Silver Washington Quarters
Ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

305
223 Silver War Nickels
Ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

306
139 Mercury Dimes
Circulated 1936.

307
50 Uncirculated 1955 Roosevelt Dimes

308
150 Mercury Dimes
Circulated 1939 

309
181 Mercury Dimes
Circulated 1940

310
466 Roosevelt Silver Dimes
Circulated. 

311
200 Roosevelt Silver Dimes
Ranging to uncirculated to circulated 1964

312
400 Silver Roosevelt Dimes
1964 ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

313
344 Silver Roosevelt Dimes
1962 ranging from uncirculated to circulated. 

314
386 Silver Roosevelt Dimes
1959 uncirculated to circulated

315
242 Buffalo Nickels
Smooth coins, no dates. 

316
Metal and glass 1950's patio furniture set