1 Online! Always On Time! Over One Million Hits Help Recycle, Buy Antiques! August 18, 2015 Vol. 21 No. 05 News Periodical Mailed on August 12 Deere Memorabilia brings Memorable Prices at the Rich Penn Auction of the Dean Stump Collection! John Deere Farm Implements sign, 3-color porcelain w/3-legged deer by Veribrite Signs-Chicago, some inpainted edge nicks & on upper RH corner, body of sign in Exc cond, 24"H x 72"W. Sold for $7,500. Article & photos by Rich Penn July 18th wrapped up the 25th and final John Deere Two-Cylinder Club Expo at the National Cattle Congress grounds in Waterloo, Iowa. That final day was highlighted by the Rich Penn Auction of the Dean Stump lifetime collection of John Deere memorabilia. The Stump Collection, with a reputation of the best Deere memorabilia collection in private hands, lived up to that title. Collectors from New Jersey to Oregon and from Canada to Texas filled the Electric Park Ballroom for the 556 lot cataloged auction. Continued on pages 16 & 17 Dain Mfg. Co.- Carrollton, MO, hay stacker wrench, open end, embossed (both sides w/large letters) cast iron, Exc cond, 10"L. Sold for $4,750. Article & photos by Brian Maloney The Isanti County Fairgrounds in Cambridge, Minnesota once again played host to the Cambridge Antique Fair, now in its twenty-fourth season. It may not be the largest Gopher State antiques event around, but it s still plenty big, attracting hundreds of quality dealers to the once-a-year event - many that you won t find anywhere else. The show, held as always on the first August weekend, has a festive atmosphere, with many carnival-style food vendors set up alongside the dealers. Fair skies prevailed for the two-day event, resulting in good crowds from start to finish. John Deere dealer poster for Model "A" or "B" General Purpose tractors, "Around the Farm Around the Seasons with a John Deere" w/vignettes of 2-cyl tractors pulling various early implements,sold for $8500. John Deere Fertilizer display, Plexiglas w/6 bottles of fertilizer, John Deere Chemical Co-Tulsa, OK, 4-legged logo on tray, Rare, Exc+ cond, 4.75"H x 12"W x 3.75"D. Sold for $4,250. Isanti County Fairgrounds Hosts 24th Annual Cambridge, Minnesota Antique Fair From Kitchen Antiques, a pair of 1950s Macy s store window display Easter Rabbits, each 3 tall and priced at $275 for the set Three early Fisher Price pull-toys from Mad Cat Antiques & Collectibles: the 1940 Donald Duck Drum Major priced at $325, the 1939 Mickey Mouse Xylophone priced at $575, and the 1941 Tiny Ding-Dong at $ Continued on pages 6, 7 & 8 Just in: two vintage English porcelain-on-steel signs from Ugly Rick s Collections - the 19 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles sign priced at $695, the Esso Happy Motoring sign at $
2 2 Wisconsin s Largest Antique Clock Shop New & Antiques Clocks - Bought - Sold - Repaired Established 1971 KAPPEL S CLOCK SHOP 2250 Sherman Ave. Madison, WI Hours: Mon. ~ Fri Saturday, 10-2 Alarm clocks, circa $90 - $375 Welcome Visitors! Open: 10-6 Daily Fox River Antique Mall Where the Past...Meets the Present S. VanDyke Rd., Appleton, WI (Between Prospect BB & College Ave.) * Largest Antique Mall in Northeast WI * 30,000 Sq. Ft. & Over 165 Dealers * Large Selectionof Antiques & Collectibles Dolls Furniture Glassware Jewelry & More 30 DayLayaway Gift Certificates Visa & MC Accepted! GREAT ANTIQUE SHOWS IN NORTHERN WISCONSIN QUALITY ANTIQUES DEALERS OFFERING Formal & Country Furniture, Folk & Fine Art, China, Silver, Toys, Jewelry, Decoys, Sporting & Native American. Something For Everyone. northwoodsantiqueshows.com MINOCQUA, WISCONSIN Antiques Show Saturday, Sept. 5 Noon - 5pm Sunday, Sept. 6 9am - 4pm Lakeland High School in Minocqua, Wisconsin 1 block West of Jct. Hwy. 51 & Hwy 70 W Admission $5.00 Under 14 Free Fascinating collection of old war photos from WWI & WWII. Other photos also available. $7 - $25. DLR-DK. 324 E. Walworth Ave. Delavan, WI Open 6 days Tuesday - Sat and Sun Dealers 1913 Edelweiss Beer tray, $125. DLR-BFW. Historical Downtown Delavan Location Friendly & Professional Staff Waltham 8 day auto clock, $75. DLR-TBR. Oak Victrola record stand, $95. DLR-JRD. 2 old toy Hubley planes. Large $95, Small $75. DLR-TBR Limited Dealer Space Available ~ Call Today Best in the Midwest or Anywhere Kane County Flea Market ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES September 5th & 6th Saturday, noon-5pm Sunday, 7am-4pm 1st sunday of each month & preceeding Saturday afternoon March through December We Never Cancel Admission $5 each day (children under 12 free) Free Parking Located at Kane County Fairgrounds 525 S. Randall Rd. (between Rt. 38 & 64) St. Charles, IL (KCF Market Inc.) Not resposible for accidents Next Flea Markets: October 3 & 4 Oct. 31 & Nov. 1 7th Annual Summer Pleasant Valley INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW Sunday, August 16th Washington County Fair Park Show Hours: 8:00am to 3:00pm 3000 Pleasant Valley Road Admission $3.00/Children under 12 FREE West Bend, Wisconsin Bring your artifact in for FREE identification. Food/Drinks available - No carry-ins allowed. Awards given for best artifacts/displays Sponsored by the Badger State Archaeological Society Info: Kevin Leszcynski or or Jeff Steiner or
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4 4 Out & About There are lots of shows to choose from to attend this weekend. Promoters have been telling us that sales and floor traffic have been up. There is a wide selection of auctions in this week s paper to appeal to just about every kind of enthusiast. The weather sure has been treating us wonderful lately. Unfortunately, not so true of California. The challenges that the firefighters have to deal with on a daily bases. The people, who s homes were destroyed, how devastating that must feel. Our hearts and prayers go out to them. Brandon has been up north with Grandpa (Bob) and Grandma (Jeni) for a week now and we have not heard a peep from him. So hopefully that is a sign of just how busy he is. We send him our love. When Out and About this weekend, be sure to check out: Townsend Gold Rush Antique Show & Flea Market on Friday, August 14th, Saturday, August 15th & Sunday, August 16th. Located at Rochester Fairgrounds in Rochester, Minnesota. See upcoming events for more information. Downtown Oronoco Gold Rush Days Antique Show & Flea Market on Friday, August 14th, Saturday, August 15th & Sunday, August 16th. Located downtown Oronoco in Oronoco, Minnesota. See upcoming events for more information. St. Joseph Appraisal Fair on Saturday, August 15th. Located at St. Joseph Parish Hall in Big Bend, Wisconsin. See upcoming events for more information. Sunday Antiques Market on Sunday, August 16th. Located at Interstate Center Main Expo in Bloomington, Illinois. See upcoming events for more information. Indian Artifact Show on Sunday, August 16th. Located at Washington County Fair Park in West Bend, Wisconsin. See upcoming events for more information. Originals Mall of Antiques Flea Market on Sunday, August 16th. Located at Originals parking lot in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. See upcoming events for more information. 23rd Annual Kalamazoo Airgun Show & Daisy Get Together on Sunday, August 16th. Located at Kalamazoo County Expo Center in Kalamazoo, Michigan. See upcoming events for more information. Mark your calendars for: Madison Wisconsin Art Pottery Show on Saturday, August 22nd. Located at Exhibition Hall at Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin. See upcoming events for more information. Memories Flea Market & Antique Fair on Saturday, August 22nd.. Located at Memories Antique Mall in Appleton, Wisconsin. See upcoming events for more information. Dodgeville Lions Club Antique Show & Flea Market on Sunday, August 23rd. Located at Ley Pavilion in Harris Park in Dodgeville, Wisconsin. See upcoming events for more information. Until Next Week Bob & Jeni & Michelle AUCTION ACTION ANTIQUE NEWS... WE RE EVERYWHERE! AUCTION ACTION ANTIQUE NEWS Your Midwest Connection Your Weekly Auction & Antique Guide Phone: Fax: Web Site: Auction Action Antique News Published weekly (except 3rd & 4th week in December) Auction Action News Inc E. 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6 6 Hundreds of Dealers & Thousands of Shoppers Meet at Minnesota s 24th Annual Cambridge Antique Fair Article & photos by Brian Maloney I d guess that nearly every antiques enthusiast in Minnesota and beyond is familiar with its venerable summer antiques shows - Gold Rush Days, The Minnesota Antique Spectacular, and the like. But there s another Gopher State antiques tradition that s been around nearly as long: the Cambridge Antique Fair, held just north of the Twin Cities in little Cambridge, Minnesota. From humble beginnings, the show has grown to attract hundreds of dealers and thousands of shoppers at each two-day annual event, held this year on August 1st & 2nd. The show was founded two decades ago by local antiquers Shawn & Cheryl Hewitt, and has matured into a major regional antiques event in the subsequent twenty-plus years. When the Hewitts retired a several years ago, they passed the reigns of the event to an equally experienced pair of antiques show promoters: Kermit & Jeanie Wellman. The Wellmans, who have been antiques dealers for twenty-five years, are able successors to the Hewitts, as they ve also promoted the nearby Anoka Antiques Show for nearly as long turned out to be another successful year for the show, Jeanie told me. It s helped that we d been dealers here since soon after the founding of the show. The indoor booths filled quickly, and included quite a few new vendors. The weather was perfect, and we had a nice crowd on both days. The Isanti County Fairgrounds, a little more than thirty minutes of the Twin Cities, has been the show s home for its two-decade history. Parking is free, and admission only $6. You ll even find a discount admission coupon at their website Many of the dealers have been returning since that very first show. Among them: area antique enthusiasts Cliff & Sherry Thornberg. You ll find them set up just inside the main entrance, their booth filled with vintage toys, advertising, and more - including a large selection of Grain Belt Beer memorabilia. And shoppers found exceptional period furniture at New to You Antiques. They always bring a big selection to every Cambridge Antique Fair, this time ranging from a southern U.S. mahogany sideboard to a funky French wine riddling rack. Iowa s Lost in Time Antiques had an eclectic furniture mix too - my favorite a stylish Art Deco dental cabinet in blonde maple and shiny black enamel. Vintage toys more your thing? Look no further than the booth of Mad Cat Antiques & Collectibles, where the inventory ranged from early cast iron and pressed steel toys to some choice 1930s and 1940s Fisher Price pull-toys. And Ugly Rick s Collections came with toys and advertising of all sorts; a highlight there a group of just-acquired English porcelain-on-steel automotive signs. It s unique finds like these that have kept shoppers coming back to the Cambridge Antique Fair for more than twenty years. For more information about the show, and about their June Anoka Antique Show, give the Wellmans a call at , or visit their website And as always, keep an eye out for listings of next year s Cambridge Antique Fair in the Auction Action Antique News! It was a packed house in the vast display of The BIG White House, where I found vintage audio artifacts bargains like this Silvertone Phonograph ($99) and Philco radio/turntable priced at $ Two more funky vintage finds from The BIG White House: the wooden Coca-Cola case of bottles priced at $45, the Magnajector projector complete with box at $ Sunny skies & balmy temperatures meant a big turnout for the Cambridge Antique Fair, held as always at the Isanti County Fairgrounds a short drive north of Minnesota s Twin Cities. Two 1950 s Milwaukee Braves artifacts from Kitchen Antiques: the pewter bowl priced at $115, the fan-made scrap book also at $ It was vintage advertising central at Miller s Antiques, among the mix this 5 Zenith Home Appliances sign (circa 1955, $298) to a light-up Minnesota insurance agent advertising clock priced at $ Red Cedar Mercantile came with a sea of vintage tools, plus this great fire pit set with benches made from huge timbers & iron wagon wheels and including a huge iron cauldron, $1,200. My period tool favorite at Red Cedar Mercantile: this portable blacksmith s forge with squirrel-cage bellows operated with a hand pump, $300.
7 Continued on page 8 7 Interior designer Heather Schuck of Elk Heart Designs travels the Midwest in her vintage 1965 Arrow Camper that serves as her traveling boutique, filled with decorative finds from the 1930 s, 40s, & 50s! Advertising at Red Cedar Mercantile included this 48 Sealtest Hydrox Ice Cream sign, asking price $600. At vintage toy specialists Mad Cat Antiques & Collectibles, a Smith-Miller Bank of America Armored Truck ($300) served as a base for a Metalcraft Spirit of St. Louis airplane priced at $ Country furnishings at New to You Antiques ranged from a cute oak kitchen cupboard only 30 wide ($595) to these cast iron tobacco cutters priced at $80 each How cool you d look in this circa 1950s Janesville, Wisconsin YMCA Boxing Club outfit from Kitchen Antiques, price tag $ Two more furniture standouts from New to You Antiques: the 19th century mahogany sideboard only 40 wide and priced at $795, the French wine riddling rack at $ Sports buffs found some choice Major League pennants at Kitchen Antiques, including this rare 1950s Chicago Cubs example ($135) and 1958 Los Angeles Dodgers pennant priced at $ At Ugly Rick s Collections sat this funky dated framed tin Heidenberger Bros. Fox Terriers for Sale sign, 36 square and priced at $ Choice boxed toys awaited at Ugly Rick s Collections, among them this windup Sparkling Tank priced at $ Two art pottery highlights from Gordon & Sue Hoppe: the 8 Roseville Blackberry jardinière priced at $995, the unusual 15 vessel by Wisconsin artist Ruth Hanson at $ Two more boxed vintage toys from Ugly Rick s Collections: the Japanese batteryoperated Cannon Jeep priced at $395, the near-mint Tonka #926 Pumper Truck at $ Acres Antiques came with acres of vintage fashion jewelry, plus Red Wing pottery including this Bobwhite pitcher ($225) and cookie jar - $
8 8 Continued from pages 6 & 7 A trio of vintage Grain Belt Beer plaster fish plaques from Cliff & Sherry Thornburg: the 1955 rainbow trout and smallmouth bass priced at $135 each, the 1956 crappie at $150. Cliff & Sherry Thornberg have been setting up at the Cambridge Antique Fair since the inaugural show more than twenty years ago, bringing choice advertising from soft drink & beer trays to this 1950 s Pepsi-Cola rack sign priced at $150. I found this pretty cool vintage Gleason boat-turned-display shelf in Cliff & Sherry Thornberg s display, price tag $1,295. A local collector of rusty relics brought this well-used 1964 Mattel X-15 recumbent tricycle, asking price $150. Dave s Collectibles came with some choice American Flyer items, from a 1930 s Flyer Town Freight Station ($60) to a 1933 four-piece train set priced at $175. Shoppers found period advertising of all sorts at one local collectors display, from a 1942 Wing Chong Lung Company calendar (2 x 3, $25) to a Bowes Seal Fast gas station counter display priced at $85. Mantiques lived up to their name, bringing finds like this coyote mount priced at $375. Two great vintage kid s bikes from Dave s Collectibles: the 1969 Murray Wildcat priced at $175, the 1970 Huffy Rail at $250. Two cast iron toy gems from Dave s Collectibles: the 9 Hubley #5 Racer priced at $200, the classic Kenton Jaeger concrete mixer at $375. Great 19th and 20th furniture awaited at Iowa s Lost in Time Antiques, from a fancy mirrored oak sideboard ($1,450) to a stylish Art Deco dental cabinet priced at only $445.
9 Chuilli's Auction To Hold Outstanding Living Estate Auction Chuilli's Auction Service has been commissioned to partially liquidate a living estate. If you feel there have not been many great outdoor sales this year, look no further. This outstanding sale will be held on Saturday, September 12th at 624 Highway 45 in Birnamwood, Wisconsin starting at 10:00 AM. Mark your calendars now!!!! This sale will feature 70 firearms, a lot of ammunition, German daggers, a 1974 Rickenbacker 4001 bass guitar, along with several other guitars and amps. Several advertising clocks will cross the block, along with some quality vintage Aladdin oil lamps. Several other antiques & collectibles will be in the lineup, such as a Mills 10 cent castle front slot machine, a vintage Silvertone air charger, Ristacucrat 10 cent table top jukeboxes, a vintage embalming pump, table top phonographs, toy boats in boxes and so much more. The guns in this collection will include: Springfield M1 Garrand, M14, Springfield trapdoor carbine, Pre 64 Winchesters, Winchester model 1901 lever action 10 gauge and other Winchester firearms. Over 20 handguns will cross the block including 9Mm German Luger Nazi marked, Mouser 7.65 Nazi marked, Springfield Armory 45 ACP's and more. Visit our Website for over 100 pictures at: chuillisauction.com us at: 9 9Mm German Luger Nazi marked. 1980s Peavey T- 60 guitar. Aladdin B-88 yellow moonstone Vertique oil lamp. Vintage Silvertone air charger. Aladdin 111 green moonstone Cathedral oil lamp. Pam Clock Co. Mason's Root Beer Clock. Aladdin B126 White moonstone font rose moonstone foot oil lamp. Pam Clock Co. Wayne Feeds Clock. Mills castle front 1- cent slot machine. Ruger Single Six three screw 22. Philco Model 91 Cathedral radio. Volunteer Enterprises Commando Mark III 45 cal. semi-auto. Springfield Armory M1 Garrand Rickenbacker 4001 bass guitar. US Springfield Trapdoor carbine. Twin Cylinder Maytag motor with exhaust. Bankers fan. Ristaucrat 10 cent table top jukebox. Standard model A table top phonograph. Ristaucrat selecto-matic 10 cent table jukebox. Falstaff toasting mugs motion sign. Crosman Mark 1 22 caliber pellgun in box. German NSKK Dagger by Rein H. Weyersberg. German 1st Model Luftwaffe dagger by Rich A. Herder. Bush Master Carbon MM NIB.
10 10 PUBLIC AUCTION Helen Piso SATURDAY, AUGUST 22nd, :00 A.M. Located: Logan Road, Suring, WI Huge Collection of Antique s & Bar Items. View Pictures & Full listing at:bahrkeauctions.com Terms: Cash or good check. BAHRKE Auction & Real Estate, Inc., #80 Cols. Jeffrey Bahrke #578, Jon Bahrke # HUGE PUBLIC ANTIQUE AUCTION ROCK FALLS COMMUNITY BUILDING 601 WEST 10th STREET, ROCK FALLS, IL SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, :00 A.M. VIEWING: 7:30 A.M. - 10:00 A.M. DAY OF SALE RESTROOMS AVAILABLE LUNCH: POOR BOYS Steiff Growler bear on wheels; 2 round top wood carved stands; 2 old swan wooden rockers; round wooden claw foot table; old flower decorative lamps; very old cast iron banks; Daddy s Choice coffee can; Weary Willy toy in original box; Sterling, Illinois collection of cast banks; large collection of cookie jars, some very rare corner Cheerleader cookie jars; owl RRP Co. Roseville, Ohio #859 cookie jar; very nice oak glass china cabinet; Toby Mugs collection from England; ballon man & Lady; collection of Isabell Bloom statues; MJ Hummel glass display case; 2 wooden round tables with Queen Ann legs; old butter churns; Ridge Way Grandfather clock, heavily carved very nice; oak spool cabinet 6 drawer excellent condition; large collection of Sterling, Illinois old postcards from , all in very good condition; very large collection of toys made from Rich Toys and OK Toys Companies from Sterling, Illinois; 1950 Coca-Cola radio, works great; Coca-Cola Salesman sample cooler from 1940 s, great shape; Gilbert Erector set complete with wooden Gilbert box; Coca-Cola 12 pack with metal carton complete with bottles; coupon book from Prince Castles; Prince Castle square ice cream scoop with original box; oak library table; advertisement from 1800 businesses in Sterling, Illinois; oak stand with carved door and drawer; Baker s rack; old coffee grinder; Salesman sample hand wringer; Salesman sample cast cook stove; Wagnerware kid s teapot; red ball and red handle Daisy butter churn #4; spindle oak dining set; Arcade coffee grinder, Freeport, Illinois, 1800 s; miniature cast irons; oak glass showcase; oak table with ball feet; European oak with charcoal marble top, buffet set of 3; large collection of antique Santa Clauses, large and small; corner wood cabinet; car Lionel Train with 3 track tracks. Auctioneer s Note: This collection of toys, furniture and items are all in great condition. These collections have been acquired over many years. You do not want to miss this auction. KATHY AND BOB MARSH, OWNERS TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK. HAVE POSITIVE ID. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ITEMS AFTER SOLD. Auctioneers: Lyle Dirks IL # phone ; Rob Young IL # , phone Cashier: Dianne Behrens. Clerk: Cheri Lockhart. yellowpagelistings.net/home/dirks HAL HELLER TRUST AUCTION Jeff Becker, Trustee ANTIQUES-COLLECTIBLES-FURNITURE-HOUSEHOLD 1st of 3 Auctions for this Estate SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, :00 A.M. GALENA CONVENTION CENTER, HWY. 20 WEST, GALENA, IL (Next to Stoney Creek Inn & McDonalds Selling in 2 Rings, please bring a bidding partner). Go to: for complete listing w/photos. TEASDALE-GILL AUCTION SERVICE, LLC 6660 County E, Shullsburg, WI Reg. WI & IL. Co.: #31 & ANTIQUE ADVERTISING & TOY AUCTION FRIDAY, AUGUST 21ST, :00 P.M. & SATURDAY, AUGUST 22ND, :00 A.M. FRICKER AUCTION CENTER 104 E. CENTER - ON CIRCLE PARK - LEROY, IL PREVIEW FRIDAY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21ST - 12:00 TO 4:00 PM & SATURDAY, AUGUST 22ND - 7:00 TO 9:00 A.M. Visit our website at: Building with seating, restrooms & food by PNUT Catering. Not responsible for accidents. FOID laws apply. Cash, good check or credit cards. NEVER A BUYER S PREMIUM Auctioneer: Chris Fricker, IL License # PO Box 852, Bloomington, IL Main: Chris: Bill:
11 Large Antique Auction-3 Estates 109 West Margaret St., Earlville, IA Saturday, August 22nd, :00 A.M. Over 80 pcs. of Hall's Jewel T incl. automobile teapot, water cooler, tumblers, tea & coffeepots, Tom & Jerry set & much more (good cond.); Clocks; Toys incl. Case 1070 pedal tractor & Ertl 1/16ths NIB; Crocks incl. good 30 gal. Western & 5 gal. salt glaze; 4 Sterling spoons incl World's Fair; Advertising items; Great selection of embroidered pillow cases, towels & linens; Colorful table cloths; Coins incl. silver dollars, half dollars & more; Guns incl. 4 pistols; Good selection of quality Jewelry; Furniture incl. 3 pc. carved pull bedroom set (separately). Go to harrylahrauctions.com for pics & list. Harry Lahr Auctions, (563) AUCTION Liquidation of Grandma s Country Home Bakery MONDAY, AUGUST 24th, :00 P.M Falcon Drive, Wausau, WI Website: Directions: Take Hwy. 51 North to Cty. K (Exit 194B), continue North on Cty. K 2.3 miles to Falcon Drive. West on Falcon Dr. a half mile to site. Property is located at the corner of N. 44th & Falcon Drive. Note: Good clean sale. Equipment was well cared for. This will not be a long sale, so please arrive on time. There will be no lunch wagon due to the size of the sale. Special Item: Custom 1945 Willy s Jeep, less than 5,000 miles on rebuilt 400 Chevy small block, Southern frame with fiberglass CJ body (Reserve). Equipment: Cleveland KET12T electric table top 12 gal. steam jacketed kettle, Hobart D qt. mixer, Arctic Air AF23 single door reach in 23 Cu. Ft. stainless freezer, dough sheeter, Metro CM2000 proofer, South Bend commercial gas stove (needs repair), South Bend double oven, small upright stainless cooler. Rest of Sale: Stainless steel table, stainless sinks, bun racks, electronic cash register, cake air brusher, candles, cake pans, sheet pans, cake decorations and more. Terms & Conditions: Cash, Good Wisconsin Check, Visa, MC or Discover. All items sold AS IS. No CC fees!, Wisconsin sales tax laws apply!!! 11 ANTIQUE AUCTION KEWASKUM, WI THURSDAY, AUGUST 20th, :00 P.M. 3:00 P.M. INSPECTION LOCATION: Hwy. 45 or 28 to Kewaskum, East on Hwy. 28 to Hwy. "S", then north 1.5 miles to N131. AUCTIONEER S NOTE: The second auction of the life long collection of Jack & Kay Clarke, Valders. Many quality and interesting items. Full photos and updates at BOTTLES/GLASS: 231 bottles include: Bitters: Early pontil Oxygenated w/full label, Clark s pontil sherry wine, Globe bell shape, Bell s cocktail lady leg, Reeds lady leg, Holtzermann & Plantation cabin shapes, Hopkins sq. green, Ware fish shape, 5 barrel bottles incl. Pocahontas aqua barrel, St. Jacobs bitters, Caldwells Bitters 3 sided, Masury s Sarsaparilla cathartic, Capitol bitters Fredonia, NY, Karlsbader Magen Bitters, Herb s label under glass; Lash s Bitter crates & cribbage board; Rex Bitter sign; Bitters books; Manitowoc boot heel token; Bitters trade cards, flyers & other adv. Flasks: 4 Jenny Lind style; Several Cornucopias; Saratoga mineral water style; Green Langes Pepsin w/label; G. Cleveland figural, crying baby, monkey & cigar flasks; good Soda & Beer Kuhl, Stevens Point hex base w/stop, Split Milw. w/stop, Sheb. mineral water appl. crown, Bartz Brillion hutch, Neis Calary qt. hutch, Pfeil Sheb. pre hutch, Kausler Sheb. gravitating, Schrier Sheb. good color pt., Gutsch Sheb. yellow tone pt., Bottle books inl. W. Kroll; Millville, Globe, Root & other canning jars. CLOCKS: Terry style Bishop & Bradley pillar & scroll clock; Early Banjo; Williams, Orton & Prestons dbl. decker; Waterbury dbl. dial calendar #42; Gilbert weight driven regulator; Gilbert 3036 store regulator w/unusual 0-9 dial; Ansonia Monarch; Waterbury early English drop; NH Quixote hanging kitchen; ST hanging kitchen; Waterbury Granville kitchen; Several steeples; ST, NH & Waterbury OGs; Several early clocks for rest, incl. Terry beehive; Clock shelves; Plate clocks; Loose movements, dials, parts, etc. KITCHEN PRIMITIVES: Scarce Domestic Coffee Roaster made in Sheboygan, w/case; Blue Arcade wall grinder w/orig. cup; Decorated tole ware; Griswold 9 griddle; Lap grinders; Brass & copper cookware; Iron kettles; Iron spider skillet & other iron cookware; Enamelware; Dough trays; Wooden bowls; Wood utensils; Cookie cutters; Much more. CHRISTMAS: Griswold iron Santa mold; Cobalt Kugel grapes; 5 Kugels; Matchless star; Wax angel; Numerous feather tree, tinsel, garland, hand blown, novelty, figural & other ornaments include lamps, hot air balloons, instruments, umbrella, snakes, clip on, American Indian, female full body, etc.; Bird, Santa, frog & Kayo character figural bulbs; Bubble light sets; Celluloid sleigh w/deer; Putz village; Bottle brush trees; Tree fences; Holly plates. STONEWARE: 4 gl. Baker style churn; 2 gl. deco. Maxfield ovoid jug; 3 gl. deco jug; Hermann stenciled crock; 1 gl. Milw. jugs; 3 gl. RW water cooler. COINS: Commemorative halves, 54 silver halves, qtrs., etc.; Proof & mint sets. THE REST: Beautiful Swiss music box w/5 interchangeable 11 cylinders, working; Early coverlets & quilts; Woven rugs to room size; Lace work; Precision pan balance; 8 pkt. watches, Numerous pkt. watches for parts; Men s 21J Lord Elgin & other wristwatches; Man s gold ring; Costume jewelry; 69 mustache cup sets; Wooden stools; Early photo M. Winter Lumber Co. Sheb.; Cow bells; Etc. established 1969 TERMS: Cash or checks. Out of state, 2 forms of ID. D/L required for bid number. No phone bids. No buyer s premium. Absentees accepted. Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer: Mike Paul #28. Charbroiled Brats, Hamburgers & Refreshments Paul Auction Company, Inc. P.O. Box 457, Kewaskum, WI CHUILLI S AUCTION & APPRAISAL SERVICE, LLC JERRY CHUILLI, APPA Advanced Personal Property Appraiser Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer #275 P.O. Box K Wittenberg, WI Cell: Central Wisconsin s Premiere Auction & Appraisal Service!!! UNRESERVED TRUCK & ANTIQUE AUCTION FRIDAY, AUGUST 21st - START TIME: 11:00 A.M. Central 1235 S. ADAMS AVE., FREEPORT, IL CAN T MAKE THE SALE? LEAVE BIDS OR BID LIVE AT GMC Savana Commercial Cube Van, with Thieman TUL Lift, (Tommy Lift); 1998 Ford Cargo Van; ANTIQUES: 8" Cylinder Music Box, Edison Cylinder Phonograph With Rose Painted Horn, Many Cylinders, Collection of Oriental Rugs, Collection of Waterford Crystal, Beautiful Painted Plates & Dishes, Art Pottery, Colored Glass, Primitives, Paintings, Furniture, Visit our webpage: www mndaauctions.com for full catalog including complete listing order, photographs and descriptions. Terms: A 10% buyer s fee will be added to all in house purchases. Check & Cash accepted for payment. See website for online biding terms. Seating, Restrooms & Lunch. MUNDA AUCTIONS # Douglas F. Munda # & Roland R. Munda # S. Adams Ave., Freeport, IL Office / Fax Website:
12 12 W. YODER AUCTION.COM Directions: Yoder Auction Center, N th Gtwy. & State Rd. 21 (Next To Country Discount Grocery Store), 3 Miles West of Wautoma, WI Wanted: Select items to add to the Shellady, Reif and Brandt Collections of Cars, tractors, buggies, wood & coal stoves, General Store, signs, advertising memorabilia, primitive, for our upcoming October 1 (Thursday), 2 (Friday), 3 (Saturday), 2015 annual fall and flea market auction extravaganza. Remember the early bird gets the best exposure for the highest prices and if you can t wait for the auction contact us at , we might just purchase your collection outright. We will be having a flea market attached to event as well. If you would like to participate, give us a call to get a spot. We are in search of good consignment items for this upcoming auction! There will be online and in house bidding Friday and Saturday, so keep your eyes open for the upcoming catalogs. ANTIQUE AUCTION KEWASKUM, WI SATURDAY, AUGUST 22nd, :00 A.M. 8:00 A.M. INSPECTION LOCATION: 4496 State Rd Mile west of Kewaskum. Parking on Highland Dr. ONLY! AUCTIONEER S NOTE: The Isabelle and the late Al Muckerheide antique collection. After 60 years we get to find out just what was in the shed. Due to ad deadlines we are still unpacking & sorting. Please visit for updates & photos. All items MUST be removed day of sale. Come prepared to haul! Outdoor sale. FURNITURE: 12 wood country store counter; Several oak counter top & base display cases; Stacking oak bookcase; Dry sink; Lg. cupboard; Church pew; Bookshelves; Tables; Chairs; Trunks. FARM PRIMITIVES: 26 footed scalding kettle; Copper boiler; Iron hog trough; Milk cans; Fruit press & crusher; Horse hitch; Neck yoke; 13 cast iron implement seats; Ice saw; Yard pump; Long handle tools; Many old tools; Many other farm primitives. ADVERTISING: Oak Nabisco store rack; Coats spool cabinet; Lg. Nor way thermometer; Salesman sample Levelite tank indicator; Memorial Park bronze plaque; Adell egg crate; AT&SF RR plague; Planter s jar; Old bottles; Banks; Many other adv. items. THE REST: (3) 9 6 x 7 6 peaked top, full size stained glass, leaded church windows; Other stained glass & leaded windows; Nice 1900 s floor model church offering tray; Carved church panels; Player piano & many rolls; Victrola; School house clock; Store counter scales; Sausage stuffers; Iron cookware; Many kitchen primitives; Stoneware; Bracket & other lamps; Emeralite desk lamp for rest.; Many old framed prints; Many old books & magazines incl. children; Jardineres; Old glass & china; Car vase; Buggy robe; Early steering wheel; Rototiller; MUCH more. W. YODER AUCTION SERVICE N th Gateway, Wautoma, WI ; Cell Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer: Wayne Yoder #1977 For More Info. and Updates, Visit: Mike & Deb Cady Auctioneers, AUCTION Antiques & Collectibles At The CADY AUCTION GALLERY SHAVER ROAD NE, CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, :00 A.M. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. Preview Friday, August 21, 12:00 Noon - 4:00 P.M. Cady Auction will be selling perhaps the largest collection of Antique Hair Art (Approx. 100 Lots), to come to auction! Also included the Ralph Smouse lifetime collection, large variety of items & several other lifetime collections. Vintage beaded dress collection, black beaver fur stole, Victorian Sentimental Hair Art collection, Dresden figurines, Christian Becker Chainomatic balance scale, crocks including Ohio James Benjamin & advertising rolling pins, Native American items, large cast iron horse head castings, clocks, sterling silver jewelry, pocket watches, large leather covered rhinoceros & hippo, 3 ft. tall Mickey Mouse bank, hammered brass floor lamp, John Deere pedal tractor, Superman pedal car, onyx and jadite floor ashtrays, large advertising items including lighted & RARE KanOTex porcelain sign, sand Paintings, gumball & coin machines, sleigh bells, LGB train collection (like new & made in W. Germany), horse bridle rosettes, Ice Chest, marble topped furniture..plus LOTS more! Available on our website: Printable catalog with photos & descriptions,terms and Conditions, Link to online bidding via Proxibid, Absentee & phone bids also accepted established 1969 TERMS: Cash or checks. Out of state, 2 forms of ID. D/L required for bid number. No phone bids. No buyer s premium. Absentees accepted. Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer: Mike Paul #28. Charbroiled Brats, Hamburgers & Refreshments Paul Auction Company, Inc. P.O. Box 457, Kewaskum, WI Randy Papini Estate Auction SUNDAY, AUGUST 30th, :00 A.M. 108 Sycamore Lane, Machesney Park, IL (W. off N. 2nd St./Rte. 251, 3 Blks. S. of Harlem Rd.) A Fabulous Collection of Petroliana-Gas-Oil-Automotive! Vintage Signs; Names Incl. Coca- Cola, Pepsi, Ford, Chevy, Cadillac, Archer, Cooper, DeKalb, Crescent, Dunlop, Farm-Oyl, Kendall, Mobil Pegasus, Standard, Quaker, Phillips 66, Texaco, Prestone, Gulfpride, DX, Clark, Etc., Etc.; 1920's Fry Model 17 Visible Gas Pump; Antiques & Collectibles; Toys & Pedal Cars; Memorabilia & Literature; Outstanding Antique Heating & Parlor Stoves; Antique Furniture; Primitives; Books; Clocks; Country Store; Knives; Arrow Points; Precision Die Cast Model Collection; Tools & Equipment; Lawn & Garden; John Deere Riding Mower; Household Furniture; Many Other Old Advertising Items! See website for complete list & color photos. Auction & Realty Service, Inc. Greg & Swan Hachmeister, Auctioneers, Pecatonica, IL I.A.F.L. #
13 NORTH CENTRAL SALES AUCTION LLC. Personal Property Auction SATURDAY, AUGUST 22nd, :30 AM 438 Birch Street, Birnamwood, WI Directions: North of Wittenberg or South of Antigo on Hwy. 45 to Birnamwood to Main Street, to Birch Street to auction site. GUNS, SPORTING GOODS, LAWN & GARDEN, TOOLS, ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & MUCH MORE! AUCTION TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Cash or good check. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Debit Cards, Cashier s check. WI Sales tax and WI Gun laws may apply. Auctioneer s and Staff are not responsible for accidents or loss. Everything sold as is, where is. Announcements the day of the auction/sale take precedence over all printed material. NORTH CENTRAL SALES AUCTION LLC Call: # # Col. Duke Packard & Kathy Packard RWA #1364 & #2203 & Gary DuFour, RWA #2670 Bar Memorabilia & Other Collectibles - Mirrors, Wall Lights, Tools & More (514 12TH AVE W, ASHLAND, WI) Online Auction Ending Monday, August 24, 2015 MIRRORS: Coca-Cola, Almaden California brandy; Jack Daniels whiskey; Miller High Life pheasant mirror; Miller High Life whitetail deer, mallard, bass, American eagle; The Christian Brother Napa Valley wines mirror; Dr. Mc Gillicudy s; Steinlager; Boodles British gin; Seagram s Seven Crowns of Sport; Captain Morgan; Pabst WALL LIGHTS: Budweiser; Coors Light; Old Style; the Christian Brothers; Pabst Blue Ribbon; Busch Beer; Stroch; Miller High Life; MUGS: Old Style; Pabst Blue Ribbon; Miller High Life; Budweiser; COLLECTIBLES: M & M jars; dispenser; Coca-Cola memorabilia, trays, glass bottles; vintage records; Anheuser-Busch TOOLS/MISC: cleaners & generators (WI motors); sand blaster; air tanks; casters; milk crates; vintage & newer tins; Hansen & Young,Inc Bryce Hansen ; Barry Hansen or Roger Hansen Wisconsin Registered Auctioneer License # 225, 2434, 227 TERMS: bid price. 3.5% fee for credit/debit cards. Payments accepted: "ABSOLUTE" COLLECTOR TRACTOR AUCTION! THURS., AUG. 9:00 A.M. TO BE HELD ON-SITE AT THE EDGE OF THE SMALL TOWN OF SMITHSHIRE, IL (SW OF GALESBURG, IL). Nearly all of the tractors have been stored inside and are in running condition! Selling approximately 40 tractors (predominantly John Deere), stationary gas engines, high wheel wagon, implements, attachments, plus much more! Mr. & Mrs. Mike Jones SULLIVAN AUCTIONEERS, LLC LIC Over 500+ Items! Online Auction Many Toys; Coins; Vintage Linens, Hats, & Aprons; Commode; Hoosier; Barrister Bookcase; Dolls & Cradles; Enamelware; Ida Bisek Prokup Prairie Collection; Silhouette Pictures; Kitchenware; Furniture; Jewelry; Advertising Items; Cedar Hope Chest; Treadle Sewing Machines;& More! Iola, WI Pickup Only. Cash, Check, Credit Card w/ 4% Use Fee. 5.5% Sales Tax. Wisconsin Registered Auctioneer #2429 Sterling Strathe 13 - ADVERTISERS: Please Note: Our Deadline is EVERY Monday at 12 Noon Run your ad at least 2 weeks early for Maximum Benefit to your Buyers! Don t forget the photos! YOUR SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL DATE IS FAST APPROACHING Dear Auction Action Antique News Subscriber, Your subscription expiration date is printed on each week s issue. The date is shown on the first line of your mailing label at the top of the front page. Our annual renewal rate is currently $35. For that investment you will receive a year Subscription of (50) issues to Auction Action Antique News. With informative articles in an easy to read format. There are three easy ways to renew: 1. Telephone us to pay with a credit card. 2. Complete the form at the bottom of the letter and remit with check or credit card information. 3. Visit our website at auctionactionantiquenews.com and click on Subscribe Today and fill out the information needed. Yes, Please renew my subscription for one year! $35 CHECK (# ) VISA/MASTERCARD Card No Exp. Date / CVV: _ ***************** EXPIRES DATE YOUR NAME YOUR ADDRESS CITY, STATE, ZIP AUCTION ACTION ANTIQUE NEWS 1404 E Green Bay St., Shawano, WI auctionactionnews.com Name: Address: City: State: Zip: -
14 14 GAVIN BROS. AUCTION Warren and Trudy Martin Highway 171, Soldiers Grove, WI Wednesday, August 19th, :30 A.M. LUNCH: Country Gals Location: 10 Miles West of Boaz on Highway 171 or 10 Miles East of Gays Mills on 171 to property. Or 5 Miles South of Soldiers Grove on Hwy. 61 to Hwy. 171; then 4 miles East to property. Watch for Gavin Bros. Auction Arrows. Note: Warren and Trudy have sold their farm and are moving to Arizona. An excellent selection of antique items they have collected over the years. Warren worked on the Railroad for many years and has some RR items. Following is a partial list. We may sell in two rings part of day. HOUSEHOLD, ANTIQUE COLLECTIBLES: (2) 3 stack lawyer bookcases; very old blanket chest; stick rocker; Walnut dresser w/wood pulls; Drop Front Secretary; 3 glass curio cabinets; Cane seat chair; flip top table; Bridge floor lamp; Stiffel lamp; leaded glass window; Lightning Rods & Bulbs; Iron Flower & Ship doorstops; Iron pig; Shirley Temple pitcher; Cambridge candelabra; Murano glassware; Candlewick cake stand & candleholders; Tramp Art; Toby mugs; Bird/Dog knick knacks; 14 Lone Ranger by Fran Striker books; old Photo albums; Spongeware bowl; Rosemeade Corn sugar/creamer; Jadeite; Fiesta; feather tree; Valencia figurines; Beaded items; 6 iron floor lamps; Feather beds; Black Americana S&P; lots & lots of Stereo Scope cards; Magic Lantern slides; C.I. ashtray; Dynamite & other boxes; Indian blanket; Conductor hat; CNW thermometer; CNW coffee mugs; RR locks; RR shop rags; Set of Union Pacific glasses & mugs; CNW thermos; Copper boiler; Mexican pottery; old snowshoes; old minnow trap; African American heavy black Andirons; small Griswold fry pan; Cork gun; old pictures/prints; gas can collection; 15+ crockery jugs; buttons; pulls; tins; Nail Aprons w/chesterfield & Chicago Sun Times advertising; Laurel & Hardy film; egg baskets; cane collection; old dial telephone; 25+ Daniel Mullendore, Viola feed bags & others; Girl Scout belt buckle; glass door knobs; wooden barrel; Navy Binoculars; glass eggs; copper Spittoon & other items; hunting knives; tackle boxes; old fishing lures; stain glass window; antique banks; 11 Cast Alum. Greyhound bus; 54 Corvette metal bank; old postcards; Matchbox cars; cap pistols; vintage games; vintage toys & tins; lots of other collectible items. TRACTOR/FARM: Kubota L3130 tractor, 3 cyl. diesel, ROPS, 3 pt., pto, approx. 390 hrs., hydro, MFWD, s/n 51704; Wood s RD pt. finish mower; King Kutter 5 brush hog; 3 pt. King Kutter 6 disc; 3 pt. Land Pride RTA 1558 Rototiller; King Kutter 3 pt. field digger; table saw; radial arm saw. TOOLS/OUTDOOR ITEMS: Old Carpenter s work bench; Echo Pole saw; Brute 3000 PSI power washer w/honda engine; Bee hives; old collectible tools; Homelite Chain Saw; Cistern pump; mill stone; wooden clamps; wrenches; Reddy heater; power tools; air tools; sockets; floor jack; hand tools; Hay hooks; grain cradle; lots of shop/lawn/garden supplies, etc. TERMS: Cash or check. Visa/MasterCard w/convenience fee. GAVIN BROS. AUCTIONEERS, LLC Wisconsin Registered Auction Company #274, Reedsburg & Baraboo, WI Tom Harris Antique Auctions Invites You 400 Toys, Antiques & 100 Pieces of Furniture at Public Auction Wednesday, August 19th, A.M This Auction Includes Many Nice Restored BuddyL, Structo, Nylint, Wyandotte & Other Trucks in Large to Small Sizes; Battery Operated Toys; Great Collection of Corgi, Dinky & Matchbox Toys in Original Boxes; Antique Cast Iron Trucks & Cars, Some Repainted; Nice Antique Dolls; Children Size Furniture; Boys Tool Chests; Japan Wind Up Toys in Boxes; Toy Airplanes, Trains, Motorcycles, Construction & Farm Toys; Cast Iron Horse Drawn Toys; Cast Iron Toy Stoves; Still Banks; Miniature Arcade Dollhouse Furniture; Big Little Books, Tootsie Toys & More! Also Included Will Be Great Antique Furniture, Art Work; Aladdin & Victorian Lamps; Doorstops; Stoneware & More! Collectors & Dealers Do Not Miss This Big Sale! See TomHarrisAuctions.com For Upcoming Auction Details! If You Cannot Attend Our Auction, Please Register & Bid Online at Invaluable.com Lionel, American Flyer, Other Trains & Accessories TomHarrisAuctions.com 203 S. 18th Avenue, Marshalltown, IA Years in The Family Antique Auction Business Large Loetz Style Art Glass Chandelier
15 Mark Your Calendar For Chuilli's Auction Annual Labor Day Sale 15 The Wittenberg Best Western Hotel located at W17267 Red Oak Lane in Wittenberg, will play host to another exciting Chuilli auction. This year's event will feature the personal property of Harold & Sally Hansen of Garden Michigan. Both Harold & Sally have enjoyed collecting throughout the years but have deemed it necessary to begin to downsize their collections. This sale will feature a large amount of Red Wing stoneware including: advertising jugs, water coolers, butter churns and more. The sale will also include several vintage Aladdin oil lamps, an excellent John Deere pedal tractor with trailer, Several Hamm's bear collectibles, Fenton glass and primitives. Make plans now to spend Labor Day with Chuilli's Auction. Hotel reservations can be made by calling the Best Western At (715) Visit Our Website for over 100 pictures at: chuillisauction.com us at: Aladdin 112 Cathedral Rose Moonstone oil lamp. 2,3,4, Reverse Oval Union Stoneware Churns. Niagara small size ice box. Barrel butter churn. Aladdin B83 Beehive ruby crystal oil lamp. North Star 3 gallon salt glaze crock. I Obey & Son Michigan Advertising Jug. Senior Grape Crusher. John Deere pedal tractor with trailer. Hamm's bear ceramic bank. 1 of 3 Hamm's bear bottles. Child Size Singer sewing machine. McCoy Hamm's Bear cookie jar. Greensboro PA salt glaze jug. Red Wing 4 gallon water cooler. When out & about, let our advertisers know where you saw their ad! Are You Looking For The Perfect Gift for the Antique & Collectible Lover In Your Life? A Gift Subscription To: AUCTION ACTION ANTIQUE NEWS Call Today:
16 John Deere Dealer Poster Brings an Incredible $8,500 at Rich Penn Auction Article & photos by Rich Penn Dean Stump's collecting interests were tightly focused on anything John Deere green! But that covered a lot of categories. The auction reflected Stump's depth and diversity within Deere collecting. During preview, collectors poured over the advertising literature for Deere and related companies, watch fobs and pinbacks, signs, displays, manuals, even cast iron implement seats and tools. The auction was fast and furious. The Rich Penn Auction crew moved the lots through at 80 lots an hour and bidders weren't shy. The top lots were advertising pieces and it was clear, John Deere green was quickly turning into U.S. currency green. A huge framed paper dealer poster, 70 inches high, for Model A and B General Purpose tractors was the top lot. It fired up a crowd full of bidders and settled in at a whopping $8,500. Prices are all hammer prices and don't reflect the 10%-20% buyer's premium. The 72 inch wide porcelain sign for John Deere Farm Implements was a close runner-up at $7,500. It wasn't just big things the brought big prices. An early hay stacker open end wrench, embossed with Dain Mfg. Co. - Carrollton, MO turned out a top bid of $4,750. Joseph Dain invented the inclined hay stacker. The company he founded had a close tie to John Deere starting in the mid 1890's. They allowed John Deere Plow Co. of Kansas City to sell their tools. That relationship evolved into Dain selling their implements through Deere dealers in Minneapolis and elsewhere. Dain Manufacturing Co. merged with John Deere in Another top lot that surprised many was a John Deere Fertilizer display. Deere was in the fertilizer business for a very brief period in the late 1950's and early 1960's. So anything with that brand ID is rare and very collectible. This 12 inch wide display with 6 plexiglass containers quickly grew a healthy bid of $4,250. Another lot that rang a bell when it sold was a cast iron dinner bell with John Deere Plow Company cast in the bell yoke. Bidders chased this one up to a top bid of $4,000. Very small things brought big money too. A John Deere match safe with an inscription reading, John Deere Plows-the World Standard, and much easier to carry than the dinner bell, brought the same money. It also sold for $4,000. Another pocket-sized piece selling well was the John Deere pocket mirror. This celluloid pocket mirror showed an Indian in a wagon wheel and heralded the John Deere Plow Co. Gen. Agts., From Forest to Farm. At only 2.25 in dia., it still commanded a $3,750 bid. Another pocket mirror showing the 10 John Deere Companies, this one 4 in dia. sold for $3,250. Watch fobs also gathered strong interest. The top fob was an ornate gold-plated fob with John Deere D on a celluloid background and John Deere Plow Works embossed on the back. That c.1915 fob sold at $2,250. Another fob with a brass John Deere plow on a mother-of-pearl shield sold at $1,100. Dean Stump was quite a scholar on John Deere history and he had a massive amount of early paper pieces to use as reference. Many of those lots were packed with images, engravings and lithos of early Deere equipment. One of those lots contained four Deere & Webber Co.- Minneapolis catalogs. They were the D, E, F & H catalogs. All in excellent condition, the four catalogs sold for $3,500. A single catalog for Deere, Mansur & Co. Wholesale Farm Machinery & Vehicles, in the 1st edition, quickly brought $1,800. The literature needed to be displayed in the dealerships. There were several original John Deere displays for holding literature and catalogs. The earliest, a 51 H slanted oak case with a four legged deer transfer on the top sold at $3,000. Other items that produced serious collector competition included an embossed metal sign for John Deere Quality Farm Implements from Ahrens Implement Co., Story City, Iowa. This sign, in excellent condition, harvested a bid of $2,500. A cast iron John Deere letter holder, with original gold paint, delivered a top bid of $2,000. A John Deere planter box for Deere Beet Seeder, with cast iron ends, planted a number of bids that quickly grew to the winning $1,900 bid. One of the more unique pieces to surprise bidders was a John Deere Up to Date coin purse. From the Deere Plow Co. in Kansas City, the embossed leather purse needed to hold a lot of coins to handle the winning bid of $1,300. Another crowd favorite and certainly unusual was an early, c.1930's, Deere baseball uniform. The uniform, including shirt, knickers, belts, socks and leggings powered in a grand slam winning bid of $1,100. According to the crowd, the Grand Finale Two-Cylinder Expo was great fun! To many, the Dean Stump auction added an appropriate Special Performance to this final event. They came to celebrate the heritage of a great company and many went home with outstanding historical bits and pieces from this great company. Rich Penn commented to the crowd, I've grown up in Waterloo and been surrounded by John Deere all my life. It was great fun assisting the Stump family in selling this collection. I learned a great deal and met a lot of other collectors who will cherish the pieces from Dean's collection just as much as he did. The auction concluded at about 4:00 PM and by 8:00 PM the Electric Park Ballroom was standing empty again, waiting patiently for the next celebratory event. That's just like it has been for the past 110 years. For information on future Rich Penn Auctions, call or go to John Deere match safe, John Deere Plows, the World Standard, "Compliments of Deere & Webber Co.- Minneapolis", celluloid & metal, mfgd by Whitehead & Hoag-Newark, NJ, Exc cond, 2.25"H x 1.5"W. Sold for $4,000. John Deere pocket mirror, celluloid w/emblems of the 10 John Deere companies surrounding deer, "The Sun Never Sets on the John Deere Plow", mfgd by The Whitehead & Hoag Co.- Newark, NJ, c.1911, Very Rare, Exc cond, 4"Dia. Sold for $3,250. John Deere watch fob, ornate gold-plated oval fob w/john Deere D on celluloid background, c , John Deere Plow Works embossed on back, mfgd by Bastian Bros.- Rochester, Minn., Exc cond, 5.5"L x 1.5"W. Sold for $2,250.
17 17 John Deere dinner bell, embossed John Deere Plow Co. on one side of yoke, St. Louis & Dallas, TX on opposite side, Rare, Exc cond, attached to special made roller cart, 29"H x 24"W w/16"dia bell. Sold for $4,000. John Deere advertising brochure cabinet, slanted oak case w/take One & 4-legged deer decal on top, John Deere Lines on sides, Exc cond w/some wear on decal, 51"H x 33"W x 12.5"W at base. (Brochures shown for sale in other lots.) Sold for $3,000. Deere, Mansur & Co. Wholesale Farm Machinery & Vehicles catalog, 1st Ed., 1886, 302 pgs, shows products & prices, beautifully illustrated w/some cover wear, inside cover ink staining & tape, embossed leather cover w/gold etching, Good/VG cond, 7.75"H x 5.5"W. Sold for $1,800. Early 1930 s John Deere baseball uniform. Sold for $1,100. John Deere letter holder, cast iron w/orig gold paint, embossed "John Deere Moline, Ill. 1847", Rare, Exc orig cond, 19"H x 11"W. Sold for $2,000. Antiques Abbreviations by Mike Paul A while ago a reader asked about explaining some of the abbreviations they encounter in auction ads. This got me thinking about the abbreviations auctioneers use and why we use them. After a phone call to Gloria I offered to put together a listing. By definition, an abbreviation is a shortened form of a word or phrase used for brevity. Within context and reason it identifies certain aspects of a piece to the buyer without needlessly going into detail. A lamp buyer will know what a bracket lamp is. It s unnecessary to say, Victorian cast iron wall bracket with mercury glass reflector, chimney & drop in finger font. Most auctioneers use abbreviations in order to keep the size of the ad affordable. However it can be too much of a good thing and some of the more arcane descriptions can confuse or mislead the reader. To a person who collects a particular category most abbreviations in that category are readily recognized. To anybody else they are probably gibberish. Even a novice farm toy buyer won t need a three day weekend to decipher IH, McD & JD. WWI & WWII are obvious but would most folks recognize CW (Civil War) out of context? Coins, firearms, Hummels (152/A TMK3 UB K255 HB, anyone?) and other categories all have their own abbreviations that often are exclusive to that field. But if you are a glassware buyer does it really matter if you can t translate a 28g, o/u, d-bbl, ss w/syn stock and vr? Some descriptions, while not technically correct, get the point across. For example Jewel T, (which is short for Jewel Tea, a grocery chain) takes up less space than Autumn Leaf, (a pattern name for china offered as a premium by Jewel Tea). This may seem like a trivial difference but similar descriptions over several publications begin to add up. A listing that encompassed all of the collecting fields would be more of a project than I can take on but the following abbreviations should get you through most ads for antique auctions. If you have others you d like to add to the list or that you ve wondered about, please them to me at A&C - Arts & Crafts. Refers to the style of furniture usually associated with early 1900s Stickley. Often but erroneously referred to as Mission or Prairie. ABC - American Brilliant Cut. Refers to the Brilliant period of late 19th/early 20th century American cut glass B&H Bradley & Hubbard. A manufacturer of quality lighting and decorative accessories. B&W Blue & White. The glaze colors used on utilitarian stoneware that was often found in the kitchen. CI - Cast Iron. COP Century Of Progress. Typically refers to souvenirs hauled back from the Chicago World s Fair of 1933/34. Even in the middle of the Great Depression, a lot of Wisconsinites made the trip to see the COP. CRS - Somebody explained this to me once, but I can t seem to remember what they said. Dmg - Damage. gl - Gallon. Typically used when advertising stoneware capacity For Rest - For Restoration. Don t go to the auction expecting a cream puff. GBCF - Glass Ball Claw Foot. Describes the foot usually found on late Victorian parlor and lamp tables. GWTW - Gone With The Wind. A style of lamp with a matching font and top globe. Correctly referred to as a parlor lamp but popularly known as a Gone With The Wind, after the movie of the same name. LRRH- Little Red Riding Hood. Typically refers to the Regal China products that feature her. MIB - Mint In Box. Any item, but often a toy, that is in the same condition as new and in the original box. MOP - Mother of Pearl. Polished nacre usually derived from mollusk shells. Typically found in jewelry, ladies dresser articles, buttons and in the windows of RPOG art. NIB - New In Box. Similar to above but often assumed to be of modern production NOS - New Old Stock. Old merchandise, often with original manufacturer s tags and merchant s price tags, that has never been sold or used. NWOT - New With Original Tags, but sometimes used as New With Out Tags. ebay sellers are usually guilty of using this both ways. If buying online, clarify before bidding. o/b - Outboard. An outboard motor. OOB - Oil on Board. Art work done on a board, usually Masonite. OOC - Oil on Canvas. Art work done on canvas. Pre Pro - Pre Prohibition, prior to Refers specifically to alcohol related advertising. Post Pro - Post Prohibition, after Refers specifically to alcohol related advertising. QA - Queen Anne. Generally refers to a 1920 s or 30 s revival style exemplified by a cabriole leg. Repro - Reproduction. A good definition would require a separate article but you get the idea. Occasionally people will use the slang Repop for repro or Repo which is inaccurate and what happens to your car when Vinnie pulls up in a tow truck. RPOG - Reverse Painted on Glass. Less common as ROG. Any item where the design or artwork has been applied to the obverse side of the glass but typically a lamp shade, decorative framed art or advertising items. RPPC Real Photo Post Card. Differentiates a post card that was printed, (developed) off your film from one that was commercially printed. These were so popular that Kodak marketed the 3A folder specifically for the RPPC. RR Railroad. RW Red Wing. Red Wing, or less often, the several other stoneware companies that called Red Wing, MN their home. /s/ - Signed. s/g - Salt Glaze. Refers to the type of glaze used on stoneware and to differentiate it from the later, more common, zinc glaze. TOC - Tin Over Cardboard. A type of sign made of tin wrapped over a piece of paperboard and hung by a piece of short thread mounted to the back side of the sign. Commonly used in the 1930 s and 40 s by brewing and other industries. T&S- Time & Strike. Refers to clock movements. Differentiates between time only and striking movements.
18 18 UPCOMING EVENTS THE ORIGINAL OLMSTED COUNTY GOLD RUSH Antique Show & Flea Market Rochester, MN - Fairgrounds AUG. 14, 15 & 16 America s #1 Shopping Market 1,400+ Dealers 10 Bldgs 52 Acres Bldgs. Open: Sat 8-6pm FREE Adm. Parking $ INDIAN ARTIFACT SHOW August 16th 8-3 Washington County Fair Park 3000 Pleasant Valley Road West Bend, Wisconsin EXPERTS available to indentify artifacts AWARDS for Best artifacts Sponsored by the Badger State Archaeological Society Info: Kevin L or Jeff S Flea Market & Antique Fair Sat., August 22nd 9am Memories Antique Mall 400 Randolph Drive Appleton, Wisconsin Come spend the day & have some fun! For more info contact: Limited Vendor Spaces Available FLEA MARKET MONDAY, SEPT. 7th Labor Day Open 8 am to 2 pm 1475 S. Washburn, Oshkosh, WI FREE PARKING & ADMISSION Limited Space: Call for reservations mallofantiques.com NEXT MARKET DATES: OCTOBER 4 DEADLINES ARE NOON Downtown Oronoco Gold Rush Days ~ANTIQUE SHOW & FLEA MARKET~ AUGUST Friday thru Sunday Fri. & Sat. 7-6pm ~ Sun. 7-2pm NEW VENDORS WELCOME! PO Box 266, Oronoco, MN or All proceeds to benefit the community! FLEA MARKET SUNDAY AUGUST 16th Open 8 am to 2 pm 1475 S. Washburn, Oshkosh, WI FREE PARKING & ADMISSION Limited Space: Call for reservations mallofantiques.com NEXT MARKET DATES: SEPTEMBER 7 (Labor Day) OCTOBER Schedule Dodgeville Lions Club Antique Show & Flea Market August 23rd Open 8:30 to 3:00 Adm: $3.00 Ley Pavilion in Harris Park Dodgeville, Wisconsin Rain-Free Indoor Spaces EZ Load/Unload Food Available Clean Restrooms Extensive Advertising DEALER INQUIRES WANTED! Reserve Your Indoor Space Early Info: Bob or Terry Bob Kratochwill413 W Spring St., Dodgeville, WI The Watertown Historical Society presents the 1st Annual Octagon House Antique Show September 12th 9am to 5pm Octagon House 919 Charles Street Watertown, Wisconsin 40 Quality Dealers Silent Auction Rain or Shine! FREE Admittance to show & museum grounds For more information contact: Scott Robertson at or St. Joseph Appraisal Fair August 15th 1pm to 5pm St. Joseph Parish Hall S89 W22650 Milwaukee Avenue Big Bend, Wisconsin Come spend the day & have some family fun! For more info: rd Annual Kalamazoo Airgun Show AND BB Guns ~ Airguns ~ Toy Guns Sunday, August 16, 2015 Kalamazoo County Expo Center Kalamazoo, Michigan 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission $ C&J PROMOTIONS GREAT ANTIQUE SHOWS IN NORTHERN WISCONSIN SEPTEMBER 5 & 6 September 5th Noon to 5:00 p.m. September 6th 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission $5 ~ Under 14 free Minocqua, Wisconsin Lakeland High School Proceeds Partially Benefitting the Special Olympics Info: northwoodsantiqueshows.com SUNDAY ANTIQUES MARKET Americana Folk Art Advertising Textiles Admission $6 ~ Free Parking ~ 13 & under Free Interstate Center Main Expo, Bloomington, IL Exit 160 from I-55 & I-74 Route 9 West September Vendors Open 8-4 Food No Pets Call Mike Raycraft SUNDAY ANTIQUES MARKET Americana Folk Art Advertising Textiles Admission $6 ~ Free Parking ~ 13 & under Free Interstate Center Main Expo, Bloomington, IL Exit 160 from I-55 & I-74 Route 9 West August Vendors Open 8-4 Food No Pets Call Mike Raycraft MADISON WISCONSIN ART POTTERY SHOW More than 50 dealers selling vintage & contemporary pottery as well as furniture & other decorative art items! Saturday, August 22nd ~ 9-4 $6 Exhibition Hall at Alliant Energy Center From I-90 take exit 142A, Hwy west five miles to Exit 262, Rimrock Rd, then north Info Visit: or call DAYS PLEASE LET OUR ADVERTISERS KNOW WHERE YOU SAW THEIR AD CEDARBURG SUNDAY, SEPT. 6TH Rain or Shine - Gates open 6 AM Held at the Cedarburg Fireman s Park in Historic Cedarburg, Wisconsin Free Admission No Animals Allowed For more info: Sponsored by Cedarburg Fire Department, Inc. Vendors Welcome Twin Cities 20th Century Design Show & Sale Progress Center-Minnesota State Fairgrounds St. Paul, Minnesota Saturday, Sept. 26th: 9AM - 5PM Sunday, Sept. 27th: 11AM- 4PM Admission only $7 FREE parking at Fairgrounds Visit our website at: or call
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21 The Dodgeville Lion's Club Antique Show and Flea Market Brings out the Best in Quality Merchandise Article & photos by Bob Kratochwill (Dodgeville Lions Club) On Sunday August 23rd one of the best area Flea Markets and Antique sales will be held at Harris Park, Dodgeville, Wisconsin. This is an inside event held in the Ley Memorial Pavilion. As many as 65 dealers can set up to sell their quality and unusual items. This show is in its 23rd year and never disappoints. Shop for smaller furniture items, metal advertising signs, jewelry, books, antique tools, old toys, pottery and glassware, rare coins and much much more. Shopping is a fun experience because of the wide variety of available treasures. We have clean restrooms, an open, uncrowded shopping area and a great food stand including mouth watering fresh home made pies baked by the local Lioness Club. We are 48 Miles from Madison, 55 miles from Prairie Du Chein, 45 Miles from Dubuque and 55 miles from Wisconsin Dells. Take a drive to Dodgeville, Wisconsin for this event held from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM. The scenic drive from all directions is well worth the trip and the event will provide a fun filled day. Find a treasure and renew old friendships. Our dealers are among the best for friendliness and helpfulness. Make the trip. For information, phone or We Benefit our Advertisers!! See You At The Shows! Color photos are only $3 each! We only charge $25 extra for Color PDF s! We mail to every State except Hawaii! Run your ads at least 2 Weeks ahead! This will give your buyers more time to plan to attend your auction & you will automatically be added to our Auction Reminder Calendar! Use photos in your ads! Photos attract Buyers!! Select ads with photos are featured on the Homepage of our website! The ENTIRE Paper is on our website! Buyers from Around the World will see your ad!
22 22 Attention Glass Lovers! Article & photos by Anne Blackmore (Depression Era Glass Society of Wisconsin) The 39th Annual Milwaukee Depression Era Glass Show opens Saturday October 17 and continues on Sunday, October 18. Hours are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday and 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday. The show features nationally-known dealers specializing in Depression Glass, Elegant Glass (including Fenton, Fostoria, Heisey, and Cambridge), Kitchen Glassware (including Fire King and Pyrex), Mid-Century Glass, and American Dinnerware. In addition to amazing glass, the Show is easy to get to. It is located at the WiseGuys Banquet Center, 3200 S. 103rd Street, Milwaukee, WI There is free parking, free Glass ID, a Glass Reference Library, and Door Prizes will be awarded hourly. Food is available for purchase. For more information, please call or Sales Down at Your Show? Let Auction Action Antique News Find you Buyers! Call Today Twin Cities 20th Century Design Show and Sale From Mission to Modern all in one show! The largest show in the Midwest featuring antique and comtemporary furniture and accessories from the American Arts and Crafts Movemnet. Now expanded to include mid-century design and more! From Stickley to Eames, this show you won t want to miss. Saturday, Sept 26, :00 am - 5:00 pm Minnesota State Fair Grounds Progress Center St. Paul, MN Sunday, Sept 27, :00 am - 4:00 pm For more info call or find us online at
23 3RD SUNDAY MARKET ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES CRAFTS GARDEN 2015 May 17 June 21 July 19 Aug. 16 Sept. Oct. 18 Admission $6.00 FREE PARKING 13 & under Free 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Food/NO PETS BLOOMINGTON, IL INTERSTATE CENTER 2301 W. Market Street (Air Conditioned & Heated) Exit 160 from I-55 & I-74 ~ Route 9 West 450 VENDORS 300 INSIDE BOOTHS (RAIN OR SHINE) Follow us on Facebook at 3rd Sunday Market Mike Raycraft P.O. Box 396 Bloomington, IL One of the nation s best, - Country Living Mag ESTATE SALE ADDISON FOSS ESTATE SALE 110 W. Main Street, Fontana, WI Mr. Foss was a long-time resident of Fontana and an avid sportsman! The A WHALE entire contents of the Foss home have been relocated to 110 W. Main Street to OFA allow adequate access for the sale. This sale is truly a sportsman s dream including metal US Ammunition Sign, framed vintage prints, vintage taxidermy mounts, SALE dozens of fishing poles, reels, lures, bows and outboard motors, tools and much, much more! Thursday, August 20th, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Friday, August 21st, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. - Saturday, August 22nd, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. For the Guys : Metal camouflage canoe, 7 Evinrude and Johnson outboard motors, Large selection of fishing gear rods, reels, lures and tackle boxes. Hunting items including recurved 1960 s Kodiak bows, decoys and gear. Antique hand tools include extensive selection of old saws, planes and levels. Equestrian items: Tex Tan Yoakum saddle, parade saddle, riding boots and antique horse collar mirror. Vintage Animal Mounts: Elk, Moose, Antelope, Big Horn Sheep, bear, lynx and many animal hides. Native American Items: Arrowhead Collection, Baskets, Hangings, Hand Woven Wool Rugs, pipestone, stone tool heads and souvenir pieces. Vintage Toys: Unusual child s wooden wheelbarrow, Toy Drop leaf Table, John Deere Walking plow, large selection of Vintage games from the 1960 s including Rock em Sock em Robots in original boxes, Large collection of toy soldiers. Furniture: Walnut Victorian Bed & Dresser, 1920 s Chest of Drawers, 1930 s Dressers, Drop front Secretary, Mantels, Wicker Desk, Drop Leaf Table, Mission Style Oak Cabinet, Mission Writing Desk, 1920 s Sofa and Chair, Side Chairs, Unique Oak folding tables & wooden folding chairs, 1960 s pine dressers, bunk beds, side tables, mirrors and more. Vintage Collectibles: Selection of wooden snow and water skies, oars, paddles, anchors, Wool Pennants, Fraternity paddles, trophies, wooden ammunition crates, license plates, antique car horn, Circa 1910 Metal US Ammunition sign, Cast Iron Dog Doorstop, collection of Cigar boxes wood & metal, Advertising items, Vintage photos & albums, Pin-up calendars Vargas & Moron, Large collection of vintage hunting & wildlife prints and paintings framed & unframed including Ernest Reedstrom, Philip Goodwin, Peter Scott and Ned Smith; China Fair Oaks, Johnson Brothers Game Birds and Ruby glass dishes. Household Items: Extensive collection of books!!! Hand tools, table lamps, Wheelbarrow, gas cans, large amount of Bric-a-Brac!!!! Our Sign-up Sheet will go out at 8:00 A.M. Questions???? Call Kim A Whale of a Sale is not responsible for accidents or injury. 23 Over a Million Hits ELKHORN, WI ANTIQUE FLEA MARKET SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 OVER 500 INSIDE/OUTSIDE DEALERS OPENS 7 AM RAIN/SHINE GATE $5.00 Free Parking No Pets WALWORTH CO. FAIRGROUNDS Hwy LAST SHOW OF THE SEASON! DON T MISS IT! Get More BANG for your BUCK with an ad in Auction Action Antique News!
24 24 Lake Geneva ANTIQUE MALL 829 Williams Street, Lake Geneva, WI We Got The Old Stuff OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Round Oak 1893 stove, $1,100. DLR B-88. Oak stacking file cabinet, $595. Anvil, well used, $350. Double 5 peanut dispenser, $495. Porcelain barber pole, $575. DLR B-34. Don t Miss the Flea Market September 5th & 6th Set of 4, original paint, H. Stretcher Winsor chairs, $800/set. DLR B-40. Fred s shoe sign, double sided, $1,100. DLR B-71. Brass fixture w/loetz shades, $975. Spark plug cleaner, $225. DLR B-79. Mid century wood carving of Oak hall tree w/seat, St. Francis, $350. nice carving, $795. Check out our Facebook Page - Pedal Pushers Antiques 220 Bohemia Drive, Denmark, WI (Exit 171 off of I-43) Open 7 Days a Week ~ HOURS: 10-5:30pm ~ Atlantic Gas Globe with nice solid steel frame, 2 different lenses, 18 diam. Give it a good home for $895. Cut Crystal extravaganza, we got what you need! Vases, platters, tumblers, bottles, candle holders, and much much more, starting at $12-$ th Anniversary OF the WISCONSIN POTTERY ASSOCIATION ART POTTERY SHOW MADISON, WISCONSIN SATURDAY AUGUST 22, AM-4PM Beautiful assortment of cups & saucers, hundreds to choose from starting at $10-$100. Vintage wicker chairs w/spring cushions, $325 each. Wicker Sun lounger, $575. Other wicker items include love seats, sofas, rockers, bow back chairs, and more! Stop in and see our New Greenhouse! Open daily with bargain items of all types! Admission is $6. Parking is $7 but free with this ad! Featuring 50 dealers selling vintage & contemporary Ceramics including art pottery, dinnerware, stoneware, Tile and figurines Exhibition Hall at Alliant Energy Center PRESENT THIS AD TO ATTENDANT FOR FREE PARKING AT POTTERY SHOW ($7 VALUE) For additional information visit or call
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ANTIQUE AUCTION Saturday, March 9 @ 10:00 AM (Preview: Friday, March 8 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM) Owners: Several Collectors Location: Gateway Mall (former JoAnn s Fabric location, located near Sears& Center
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