SUNDAY AUGUST 19, 2007 @ 11:00 AM



SOLD!... "Thank you all who attended..."

LOCATED: From I-43 take the Delavan WI Hwy 50 exit west toward Delavan to Wright St. (Stop lights by Walgreen's), turn right on Wright St., then go about a mile to Second set of Stop lights to (Hwy 11) Racine Street, turn left on Racine then to Ray St., turn right on Ray St. and to Laurel Heights Drive on left to #582. Look for A+ Auction signs.  Get a map - Click Here:

NOTE:  This Auction has 3 generations of estate belongings.  Due to the large quantity & quality of items, we will running Two auctioneers.   Please bring a bidding partner.  Many interesting, exciting, decorative & quality collectible items can be found at this auction. You will not be disappointed.  Food by "That's A Wrap". COME & HAVE A LOOK! See (100) photos on web.   

ANTIQUES FURNITURE: Walnut Victorian Pink Marble top 3-Drawer dresser; OAK Bookcase w/leaded glass doors; OAK Q. S. round center column pedestal 54" ext. table with (3) 9" leaves; (6) OAK T-back upholstered seat chairs; OAK Q. S. 2-tier server; OAK stick & ball stand w/4-shelves; OAK rectangular china cabinet; OAK, Globe Wernicke 4-section stacking bookcase; Walnut 4-Dr. dresser w/mirror; Early single rope bed; Brass bed W. 54"; Coat hook entry mirror; Child’s rocker; Walnut Victorian lamp table; Walnut Victorian wash stand; 30’s Oak stenciled dinning room table w/painted base; Cloisonné floor lamp base; Walnut Vict. Corner whatnot shelf; Pine bookstand; Oak single file cab.; (2) Walnut Vict. Uph. Parlor chairs; Restorable Victorian Chest;

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Navajo heavy woven wool rug L. 95-3/4" x W. 53-1/2", colors-Brown/Tan/Red; Navajo woven wool rug L. 76-3/4" x 39-1/2", colors-Off White/Black/Red; Indian Pipestone pipes; Indian club; Roseville pottery blue Columbine pat. vase #25-12; Wood pierce carved doll furniture; 6" Porc. face doll; EDISON DIAMOND DISC Floor model phonograph Model #B250, SER. # SM 778 & records; Bird figures, some Stangl; Occ. Japan figures; Silver Plate Tea set; Sterling Silver collector spoons & rack; Old bone/ivory dominos, Hat pins; American Indian Red-stone pipe pieces; Swedish cow bells; H.P. roses, 5-Pc., dresser set, Bavaria; Armadillo basket; Old 1800’s grocery account ledgers & "The Ladies Aid Society" ledgers; Oak Sessions mantel clock; Child’s microscope; Copper & Brass oval bed warmer from Sweden; (2) Elgin gents pocket watches; Zippo cigarette lighter commemorating 25 years 1927 to 1952 in original box; Soapstone; H.P. plates; Brass decorator pieces; Sterling flatware & serving pieces; Earthenware bowls; Ruby Coin dot boudoir lamps; Custard boudoir lamp; 6" Skookum Indian doll; Old sewing baskets; Old Games; Politicians top hat; Crocheted doilies & lots of Linen’s; One room school house & students pictures; Large amount of costume, (30 trays); One Eisenberg _ Germany piece of costume Jewelry; Coin Purses; Ivory necklace; Lucite purse; Bronzed metal Dinosaurs; Minors lamp; Bone powder flask; Egyptian Sphinx Artifact; Oil lamp fill tin; National receipt safe; Match book collection includes railroad & famous hotels; African carved wood figures; Wood shoes; Old hand cuffs; Dog licenses 1926,28 Waukesha, WI; Boomerang; Mounted Piranha; Old fur coats; Lots of Vintage & infants clothing & lots of vintage lingerie; 1890's wool bathing suit; Quilts; C.I. skillets; Violin; Blue dot flashbulbs; Many old paper items; Polaroid 3-D glasses & viewers; Large framed tapestry; Christmas, some old; Fine china dinnerware; Old sewing; World travel souvenirs; Old Travel Info. & Maps; C.I scale & weights; Transistor radio's; Pattern glass rose bowl; Old photograph's  from the towns of East Peoria, IL., Madison, WI, Spring Valley, WI., from the families of Schertz, Sieberns, Belsey, Ohl, Niergarth, Preston & Brickner; Capo-Di-Monte lamp & many, many, BOX LOTS...

LATE FINDS:  US Confederate notes $5, $10 & 20; Confederate War Journals 1893 & 1894; Confederate Veteran Vol. #1, January 1893; Tramp Art Wood Box Bank; Book - Colliers New Photographic History of The War - 1918; Albion Park Program 1943; Older Zippo Cigarette lighter with Advertising from Eaton Company; Older post cards from Milwaukee, WI, New York City, Washington, DC., Mt. Vernon, Virginia, Peoria & East Peoria, IL, Pennsylvania Dutch & Amish postcards, Carlsbad, New Mexico; Delavan, WI, De Pere, WI, Older gas station road maps;

COINS:  (18) US Silver dollars 1921-28; (20) BU 1964 Kennedy Halves; Lincoln wheat ear back cents 1957, 58 and Lincoln Memorial backs 59, 60, $50 Dollars of each in BU cond.;

GLASSWARE:  Magnificent Ruby cut to clear glass vase; (2) Carnival glass bowls; Mt. Washington rose vase; Pink dinner plates, sandwich pat.; Pink glass; Cut & Pressed glass; Art glass clown; Green & crystal stemware;

FINE ART:  Oil painting on canvas, landscape scene, Normandy France (21" x 14-3/8") signed Aston Knight, Paris (Louis Aston Knight 1873-1948); Oil on canvas "Temple scene", unsigned & unfinished in Art Frame 25-3/4" x 14"; (2) Japan block prints; Watercolor, Katherine Koch;

BOOKS/PLAT BOOKS:  1873 Walworth County, 1873 Waukesha Co. WI & 1908 Racine & Kenosha Co. Plat book’s, WI; Elements of Christian Theology 1818; Down the Great River, Glazier; Students Handy Shakespeare 12-Vol.; 1865 Atlas of World Countries; Bulletins of the Public Museum of Milwaukee include, The Mascoutens or Prairie Potawatomi Indians 1927, Notes on Mahikan Ethnology 1925 & Certain Mounds & Village Sites of Shawano and Oconto Counties Wisconsin 1932; BAHAI publications;

FINE FURNISHINGS/HOUSEHOLD:  Round contemporary dinning room table w/4-Uph. Chairs, 2-Leaves & pads; (3) 30" Ethan Allen Maple open hutches; Large Oak open hutch; Lt. Blue La-Z-Boy rocking recliner; White, 4-person low sofa; RCA Flat color TV; 60’s console color TV; Lamp tables; Carousel slide projector; 2-swivel chairs; Nikon 35mm camera; Pentax 38mm camera; Hammond model S organ w/ sheet music; Porcelain lamp; 4-Dr. metal file cab.; 2-Day beds; Formica top drop leaf kitchen table w/4-chairs 41" x 56"; Home desk; 3-Roll away beds; Blankets; Towels; Normal kitchen items; 3 dozen Kodak carousel transvue 140 slide tray; luggage & many many box lots...

TERMS:  CASH or Bankable check. Photo DL/ID to register, Bid & Buy. All purchases must be settled for in full & prior to removal from premises. Day of auction statements by auctioneer will prevail. NO BUYERS FEE!

AUCTIONEERS:  Mike Murphy #285 of Delavan, WI. & Dean Wanless #1877 of Milton, WI. "Registered WI Auctioneers."

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