210223 Quality Antiques & Collectibles
Listing ID#: 267465

Auction Location

Kewaskum, WI 53040
Auction Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Thursday Feb 18, 07:00 PM
Bidding Ends: Tuesday Feb 23, 07:00 PM
Auction 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 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. 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. You must tell us by phone call or email, prior to the close of auction, if you plan to use a resale number EVEN IF YOU ALREADY HAVE ONE ON FILE WITH US.
$10 Handgun transfer fee for each handgun purchased. All FFL Rules & Regulations apply. Firearms transferred at our facility will only be sold to WI residents of legal age. All other bidders must make arrangements to have the firearm shipped to an FFL holder of their choice. Additional shipping charges will apply to all firearms. Call for clarification.
This auction features an auto bid extend. When a bid is placed in the final 2 minutes of bidding the auction bidding will automatically be extended 2 minutes from the time the bid was placed. ie: If an auction is scheduled to close at 7:00PM, receives a bid at 6:59 the close time will automatically extend two minutes. The auto extend feature remains active until no further bids are received within a 2 minute time frame.
Paul Auction Co. Inc. does not test items for authenticity or suitability. Although every effort is made to objectively describe the merchandise, personal inspection on the part of the bidder is strongly encouraged. Measurements are approximate sizes. If the description does not match the photograph please contact us for clarification. Any item(s) not removed on the scheduled pickup date or dates will be considered abandoned and will be forfeited unless alternate pick up or shipping arrangements were made prior to load out. Shipping is available for certain items; call to confirm. Shipped items will incur a minimum $6.00 materials fee in addition to actual shipping charges. Shipping and packing labor is charged out at $26.00 per hour or fraction thereof. Although some packing material or boxes may be available at Paul Auction Hall, it is recommended that you bring adequate supplies with you.
* All items are sold "AS IS, WHERE IS" with all faults.
* No implied or express warranties.
* All descriptions believed accurate but not warranted.
* Bidder inspection is encouraged.
* By placing a bid, bidder signifies that they have examined the items to their satisfaction, or that they have chosen not to personally examine them.
* Paul Auction Co. Inc. reserves the right to reject any bid at our sole discretion.
* Applicable taxes of 5.5% sales tax will be charged unless a sales tax exemption form is provided.
* Buyer's premium of 10% will be charged. An additional charge of 3% applies to credit card purchases.
* In the event of failure of the online bidding system or other technical failure, Paul Auction Co. Inc reserves the right to cancel and/or reopen the auction. The bidder contract entered into is enforceable between the bidder whose name is registered to the account regardless of who placed the bid and Paul Auction Co. Inc. Bidder and auctioneers agree that the terms listed below shall govern this auction. 1. Full payment shall be made before any items leave the premises. 2. Terms of auction: All auctions and all items are sold absolute regardless of price. Paul Auction Co. Inc. reserves the right to bid on behalf of the 3rd party bidders or as principal. Paul Auction Co. Inc. reserves the right to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, or withdraw any lot or lots from the auction. Payment for purchases must be made according to terms of each particular auction. All checks must be made payable to Paul Auction Co. Inc. A Buyers fee will be added to bid price to arrive at the sale price. Sales tax will be applied to buyers 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 pursue charge backs on any credit card payments. 3. NO WARRANTY: The descriptions of items in this auction are believed to be correct. Never the less, neither those descriptions nor any oral statements made by Owner, its Officers, Agents or Employees of auctions concerning any item shall be constructed as a warranty, either express or implied. ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS - WHERE IS. I, the buyer, have examined this merchandise and accept it the way it is. 4. SETTLEMENT: Must be made at the conclusion of the auction. Nothing is to be removed until settled for. Merchandise becomes the full responsibility of the Buyer at time of purchase, and Buyer assumes all risk of loss and damage to property. Owner and Auctioneers agree that merchandise may remain on the auction premises for a period of time following the auction. The date by which all merchandise must be removed from the premises will be announced by Auctioneer. 5. RESALE: Auctioneers reserve the right to resell any property not paid for in full on auction day. The Buyer shall be responsible to Auctioneers for any expenses of resale and collection and damages resulting from the resale. 6. INJURY & DAMAGE: Bidder acknowledges responsibility for any personal injury or property damage caused by Bidder or his Agent, and further agrees to hold Auctioneers, Owners, its Officers, or Employees harmless for any personal injury to himself or his Agents and any property damage incurred on auction premises. 7. By registering for this auction you give Paul Auction Co. Inc. permission to add you to their mailing list. You can unsubscribe at any time.

 
Listing Information
ONLINE AUCTION
COINS, WI STONEWARE, ADVERTISING, TOYS,
KEWASKUM, WI
STARTS THURSDAY, FEB 18, 7PM
INSPECTION MONDAY, FEB 22, 2-6PM.
STARTS CLOSING TUE. FEB 23, 7PM
FINISHES CLOSING SHORTLY AFTER 9PM
620 Total Lots!

PICK UP BY LAST NAME A-K 2/24 & L-Z 2/25, 2-6PM
LOCATION: N131 County Rd S. 1.5 miles north of Kewaskum.
AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: A great assortment of traditional antiques & collectibles. For full ad and photos visit www.paulauction.com after 2/17.
ADVERTISING: Grape Nuts tin litho sign; Kazoo coin-op trade stimulator; Hamm’s barrel lighted sign; Purina double bubble, Universal Milker & Murphy’s Feed lighted adv. clocks; Morning Glory adv. clock; Orange Crush, RC, Dad’s & Greentown adv. thermometers; Pre Pro Gettelman qt bottle w/label; Blatz 6 psck adv. display; 2 Pabst and other pre-pro glasses; Miller Lite/Harley neon sign; Several Jacques & other ag adv, signs; Mettlach Hires Mug; Early West Bend soda bottles; Northwestern gum vendor; Several WI DNR signs; Kewaskum & local adv. & souvenirs; Golden Guernsey producer sign; Milk bottles; Milk cans.
TOYS: Unique Art Dogpatch band; Wolverine Merry-Go-Round toy in box; Lehmann Lo Lo; Matchbox Motorway, like NIB; Wen-Mac Texaco Tanker in box; White Mountain JR. ice cream freezer; American Flyer trains; Hubley & other trucks; Farm toys; Iron door stops & banks; Marbles.
STONEWARE: 1 gl Ransom jug; 2 gl O.F. Baker decorated jug; 1 gl O.F. Baker jug; 2 gl Maxfield decorated jug; Hermann Dunbar’s Waukesha Water 2 gl adv jug; 2 gl Hermann Bosworth adv. jug; 2 gl decorated Hermann churn; 2 & 3 gl Hermann decorated jugs; 3 gl Hermann decorated crock; 3 gl stenciled Hermann/Pierron crock; Maxfield storage jar; Red Wing Gray Line casserole.
THE REST: Tiger maple & cherry 1 drawer work tables; Tiger maple Sheraton candle stand; Oak SxS sec/bookcase, étagère and other furniture; Folk art tiger maple shaving mirror; Belding & Clark’s spool cabinets; 1879 & 1900 $2.5 dollar US Gold coins; 107 Silver Dollars; Many silver halves, quarters and dimes plus other coins; Good gold, sterling & diamond jewelry; Squash Blossom necklace & other silver Navajo jewelry; Rockford & other pocket watches; LeCoultre Atmos clock; Colonial 5 tube grandfather clock; 1864 Emerson & Silver Civil War sword; Nazi helmet; Lg. Civil War Anderson Prison litho; Black powder cannon; Many duck decoys; Fish decoys; Many Ag implement manuals; Japanese mask; Beaver top hat; Many 1960s GB Packer’s programs; Musical instruments; RR switch lantern; German “Bat” lantern; Griswold waffle iron; Fire King & Pyrex glassware; 2 Weller Woodcraft vases; Floor safe; MUCH more.

TERMS: Cash, check or credit card. Full terms online @ www.paulauction.com. Buyer’s fee 10%, 3% convenience fee for CC. Tax collected.
REGISTERED WISCONSIN AUCTIONEER Mike Paul No 28
PAUL AUCTION COMPANY, INC.
Kewaskum, WI 53040 1-262-338-3030

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

 

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Inspection Date & Times
Inspection for this Auction will be Monday, February 22 from 2-6PM. Please mask up.

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Pick Up Times And Dates
Pick up for bidders whose last names start with A-L is on Wednesday, February 24 from 2-6PM and for bidders whose last name starts with M_Z, on Thursday February 25 from 2-6PM. If you can not make these times please call me to make arrangements.

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Terms & Conditions For Coins
Buyers not previously known to us may make payment by certified funds, cash or wire transfer ONLY. There are no exceptions to this policy. 

1
F&F Mold & Die Works Pillsbury Funny Face & Fat Albert Plastic Cups & Jello Bowls
Lefty Lemon, Jolly-Olly Orange, With It Watermelon & Goofy Grape plus 4 Weird Harold Jellos from Bill Cosby's Fat Albert show.

1A
Old School Coleman Cooler
Everybody remembers these. Excellent condition.

2
Hanging Owl Pottery Ashtray
California Pottery?

3
Large Clay Pot and Oak Splint Basket
Clay pot is 18" tall.

4
Lot of 2 Occupied Japan Bisque Bathing Beauties
Mermaid Style

5
Lot of 4 Kewaskum High Scool Year Books 1968-1971
This is pure blackmail material.

6
Lot of 3 West Bend High School Yearbooks 1948-1950
Includes related sports programs, etc.

7
Mixed Lot 2 Silk Style Scarves, 1800's sun glasses, 2 Frozen Charlottes & an Old School Thermometer
Thermometer works both fore and aft.

8
Japan Ichiko Tin Friction 1962 Cadillac
Missing fins and a hubcap. Played with condition. 17"

9
Lot of 4 Assorted Red Stripe Hot Wheels.
As shown.

10
Fairmont Foods Milkman Route Driver Deliveryman Embroidered Patches
And a promotional pamphlet. All from the Kewaskum plant.

11
Mixed Lot of Assorted Utilities Cookbooks
As shown.

12
Shiny-Brite Mini Glass Christmas Tree Ornaments
As shown.

13
Nest of 4 Mixing Bowls.
As shown.

14
Service for 9 Imari Plates and Cups
As shown

15
Lot of 2 Fenton Glass Baskets.
Modern Fenton, both are artist signed.

16
Service for 12 Plus Imperial Made In USA Stainless Steel Flatware
With case.

17
Lot of 3, Mr. Peanut Watch, 1956 Schlitz Paper Novelty and a Dollar Pocketwatch
Both watches work.

18
Lot of assorted Mechanical Pencils and a Big Red Type Fountain Pen
Includes Kewaskum advertising.

19
Lot of 3 Green Bay Packers Items.
'72 yearbook, Lombardi era mag and a '67 Packer Backers yearbook. Water damage to the '67.

20
Lot of 41 Asst'd Green Bay Packers Programs, 1961-1969
Not all programs are there. Condition ranges from great to pretty rough.

21
Green Bay Packers Glory Years 33 1/3RPM Album
Untested.

22
Assorted Sporting Magazines
Includes Hank Aaron Sports Illustrated edition.

23
Go Get 'Em Braves Miller Beer 33 1/3 RPM Album
Untested.

24
US Navy NIB Photo Album
For the Squid in your life.

25
Assorted Military Related Items
Mauser stripper clips, DAV key ring licenses, uniform caps, Liberty ship pics and more.

26
1800s Beaver Top Hat w/Leather Travel Case.
The case did its job because the hat is in remarkably good condition. About a 7 1/4 or so as I couldn't quite wedge it on to my bucket head. A great piece.

27
Royal Aristocrat Model Portable Typewriter
Awaiting your manifesto. Or your custom jewelry. Works but needs a cleaning. 

28
1874 Fond du Lac County Platbook
This is leaving an old line Town of Auburn family for the first time since, well, 1874. A bit rough around the edges but appears to be complete. As far as I know 1874 was the first Plat book issued for Fondy. The second last photo shows you the spot where the much heralded Paul Auction Hall now stands.

29
Lot of 1870s US Internal Revenue Liquor and Tobacco Stamps
In good condition.

30
W. Sturm & Son West Bend Soda Water Bottle
There's a pretty healthy chip or two out of the bottom.

31
Knuth's, Milwaukee, Potato Chip Advertising Card.
In 1981 we sold out the Knuth estate. In the attic of this very memorable, time capsule house were boxes full of NOS adverting fans, calendars and other novelties. 40 years later they still surface on occasion. 5x8

32
Scott & Kratzer 8 oz West Bend Soda Bottle
Almost no mention is made of this firm other than a brief mention in the 1921 WI business directory. Nearly impossible to find this bottle.

33
Sturm Bros. West Bend Soda Bottle
The larger Sturm family operated under numerous names as early as 1870, but Sturm Bros. was only in business under that name from 1913-1914. Another very hard to find bottle.

34
Hoffmann's, Milwaukee, Old Time Coffee Advertising Novelty Horn.
The Hoffmann Co. was originally founded in 1876 and existed until 1949 when they were bought out by Roundy's. A well known brand of coffee, sugar, spices and related items, they are popular with collectors for their great graphics and wide variety of adverting items including that Holy Grail, the Hoffmann Coffee Grinder. This piece is a paperboard horn designed to look like a microphone and capitalizing on the fascination with radios, then in their infancy. It's in nearly immaculate condition.

35
Beer Barrel Bung Extractor.
Used at the West Bend Lithia Brewing Co. I have no idea why Brew Master Tom Heipp kept the sales pitch post card, but I'm glad he did. Designed to be used with a wrench or a slide hammer. 

36
Villeroy & Boch Mettlach Hires Root Beer Mug, ca 1907.
Known to collectors as the "Ugly Boy". Stained but sound.

37
Lot of assorted barware.
A NOS Starr X Coca Cola Bottel opener in the original box and with the two original screws, a cork puller, a bottle capper and 2 whore house novelty tokens.

38
Black Powder Cannon on Iron Carriage and with a Brass Barrel.
This cannon was used in the Village of Kewaskum to start parades as far back as the early 1900s. Exceptionally well built, it is entirely unmarked and the manufacturer is unknown. At some point long ago it was converted from a breech loading cannon to a muzzle loader by lead slugging the breech plug and drilling the barrel for a touch hole. As a result of the alteration it is being sold as a decorative piece  only and it is NOT SAFE to fire. Barrel length is about 17". Overall is 25". Bore is 1".

39
Mismatched set Kewaskum & New Fane Creamer & Sugar Souvenirs.
Same pattern

40
L. Rosenheimer, Kewaskum, Chain Frame Advertising Sign
"This Little Piggie Went To Market". 12x9

41
An Original Orange Crush Thermometer
Just the right amount of wear and patina. 15x6

42
Heisey Custard Glass New Prospect, WI Berry Bowl
Beaded swag.

43
Buddy L Texaco Advertising Fire Truck Pumper.
Incomplete. See lot 54, also.

44
Framed L. Rosenheimer, Kewaskum, WI Advertising Picture
Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep. 14x11

45
Pepsi TOC Thermometer
A minor scuff or two but this piece is extremely clean and nice.

46
Badger Highways Advertising Thermometer.
Menasha & Green Bay, WI 16x6

47
Heisey Custard Glass Punty Band Tumbler, Fillmore, WI
Floral decoration

48
RC Cola Advertising Thermometer
Works. 26x10

49
Souvenir of Kewaskum Footed Goblet
Clambroth

50
Souvenir of Kewaskum Toothpick
Clambroth

51
Lot of 4 Assorted McCormick Deering Tractor Manuals
W-30, 15-30, 10-20 

52
Souvenir of New Fane Salt & Pepper Shakers
Clambroth

53
18th Kentucky Volunteers Framed Photos
Reprint

54
Buddy-L Texaco Oil Tanker Truck
The bottom advertises several Texaco products. Truck is missing some pieces. See lot 43, also.
 

55
Lehmann Lo Lo String Wind, Complete
EPL 540

56
Hamm's Cash Register Light
Working, but incomplete.
 

57
Large Dreseden Lace Figural Group
Damage noted. 14"

58
Folding, Travelling Corona Special No. 3 Typewriter
With case.

59
Lot of Bubble Glass framed dried flower arrangements.
Peter Watson's Studios

60
Tackle Box w/Assorted tackle
As Shown

61
Wood Flute
Unmarked. Split to one tube.

62
Kenton Cast Iron Jockey on Sulky Pull Toy
As shown
 

63
Greentown Walnut Grove Feed Products Pam Thermometer
An Iowa Co. previously owned by W.R. Grace and now owned by Cargill. It appears that the brand has been dropped.
 

64
Cast Iron Bracket Lamp w/Reflector
We've provided the hard part. All you need to do is provide the lamp. The style of font that it takes along with the burner and chimney are all readily available. No, I'm not kidding.

65
Aquamarine Flat Quilted Lightning Rod Ball
Incidental chipping on the collar, but no damage. Thompson Polar Star? 5.5" tall
 

66
Bear Brand Hosiery Box
Great graphics

67
Lot of 5 Assorted Comics
As Shown

68
Decca Palm Beach XI Mono Phonograph.
33 and 45 RPM

69
Trench Art Flagon
American WWII 3"/.50 Cal. 16"

70
Hood's Sarsaparilla 1899 Calendar
Border Features the GAR emblem and the Medal Of Honor. Minor tear above signal pennants on lower left corner, as shown.

71
Wood Flute.
Unmarked. Split to one barrel.

72
WI Licensed Game Farm Steel Sign
As Shown. 13x18

73
Cast Iron Bracket Lamp w/Reflector
We've provided the hard part. All you need to do is provide the lamp. The style of font that it takes along with the burner and chimney are all readily available. No, I'm not kidding.

74
Assorted Jewelry & Other Items
Includes Civil War Breast Plate

75
Wood Canvas Back Duck Decoy
As shown.

76
Tackle box and Assorted Tackle
As shown

79

77
Japanese Mask w/Glass Eyes
Construction of bonded wood fiber. Loss of finish to nose.
 

78
Great Victorian Photo Album On Stand w/Drawer.
Some original photos.

80
Matched Pair of Etched Light Shades
Beauties. Only one has a fixture.

81
7 Assorted Big Little Type Books And Others.
As shown. 

82
Enameled 3 Container Portable Food Carrier
This'll impress the boys on the job site.

83
Calumet Baking Powder Mechanical Bank
When you drop a coin in the slot it strikes a plate which causes the baby's head to wag back and forth. Very good condition.

84
Elgin 15J Pocket Watch w/ Locomotive Case ca. 1905.
Elgin Grade 297, Model 5. 18 Size.

85
Oshkosh Auto Parts Advertising Yard Stick
The 16 holes were designed to hold your valves during a head rebuild. About 36".

86
Revell Maxwell Auto
This all plastic car incorporated a rubber bulb that would cause the car to flex and the driver to jump when the bulb was pumped using the remote control cable. The rubber bulb has hardened but everything else is in good shape.

87
Time to Feed Murphy's Live Stock Feed Adv Lighted Clock
15" ROG made by Dualite Products. Lights up and works. 
 

88
Swiss Army Knife Officer's Fieldmaster Model
Like New. The logo is for Neenah Foundry.

89
Lot of assorted die cast toys.
As shown.
 

90
Mixed lot of GNRY Railroad marked hatchet, side view mirror, enameled hook & a door pull.
GNRY Railroad Hatchet by Vaughan

91
Brass Spittoon Advertising Bull Dog Cut Plug
I've given this the once over and my money says it's old.

92
Philco Tombstone Table Top Radio
Untested

93
Orvis Glass Minnow Trap
Epoxy repair to rear leg where solder failed. Just needs to be resoldered.

94
Quick Meal Ranges Tip Tray
Made by Shonk. The Quick Meal Co. was located in St. Louis and eventually became Magic Chef. Quick Meal ranges were made for "Happy Kitchens". Please keep that in mind while bidding. 3.5x4.5

95
Vindex Cast Iron Boston Terrier Bank
All correct. 5.5" tall

 

96
Metal Park Wildlife Area Sign
As shown. 11x9

97
Pair of Forged Blacksmith Tongs
An end nipper and a holderizer.

98
Lot of Assorted Die Cast Toy Vehicles.
AS shown.

99
Lot of Assorted Oshkosh Openers & Related Barware
There's a bonus black kid in the novelty box. 

100
Unusual Egyptian Themed Pipe Hanger w/Match Holder.
Winged scarab beetle on wood plaque. 

101
The Classic Batt-Op Bartender
Untested.

102
Kazoo Coin-Op Dice Game 1 Cent
When you release the slide the felt table moves about to shake the dice. Pays out in cigarettes on 3 of a kind. Has key. From the 1930s so probably marketed to coincide with the return of taverns.
 

103
Assorted green handled kitchen utensils & An Ice Cream Scoop.
As shown.
 

104
Closed Area Sign WCC
On Masonite. 11x9

105
AC Sparkplug Cleaner
Untested

106
Framed Pastel of Moonlit Scene
Signed, but blurred. 18x32

107
Assorted Fishing Tackle
Paw Paw sign is not old.

108
East Boundry Closed Area WCC
On Masonite. 11x9

109
Large Lot Of Vintage Medical & Surgical Tools w/Dr's. Bag.
Everything you need for advanced home health care. And more.

110
Lot of 27 Amity Co. WWII Era Magazines
These pamphlets are an excellent look at wartime Amity. Put together for the benefit of employees who had been called up to service, they cover all of the latest shop and personal gossip, humor and daily doings of a factory where everybody knew everybody. Articles, cartoons, patriotism and more. A must have for the Bender.

111
Slide Whistle and Fife
Whistle by Ludwig and Ludwig.

112
Assorted Tin Cookie Cutters and a Food Grinder.
As shown.

113
WI Licensed Shooting Preserve Sign
Metal, 12.5x18

114
Assorted Door Hardware
As Shown

115
Lot of Assorted Paper
Travel brochures, placemats, bread wrapper, Adv hand fan, etc.
 

116
Wicker Trout Creel
As shown

117
Menomonee Nation WI License Plate
1993

118
Reusable Shipping Box From Cutler Hammer
Sent to the West Bend Co.

119
Child's Sandee Golf Club Set
And an abacus.

120
Pair of Wicker Creels
As shown

121
Lot of 2 Sporting Collectibles, Shotgun Shells and Pin Back Buttons
All the buttons but one are repro.

122
WI Licensed Game Farm Sign
Metal

123
Black Hawk Fruit Crate End
For hanging

124
Paint Decorated German Brides Box
A couple, with a child on the man's back.
 

125
Pewter and Enamel Coffee Pot
Hinge needs to be resoldered

126
Heddon De Luxe #35 8ft 4pc bamboo fly rod
with hard case and extra tip. 

127
No Camping Sign
WI DNR Masonite

128
Shotgun Shell Collection Board
Brass, paper and 28g.

129
Collection of Post Cards include RPPC
Zoom in for categories.

130
Hot Wheels Galore!
Track, Action set, 2 dual Lane curve sets, a Rod Runner and Dual Lane Speedomoter. Contents not checked for completeness. Everything a 57 year old guy needs to relive Christmas morning from 1970.

131
1916 The Vehicle Year Book
Put out by Ware Bros. Philadelphia. Fascinating assortment of ads all catering to the automotive builder's trade. 

132
ROG Pendant Light w/Brass Fixture
As Shown.

133
Closed Area Sign
WI DNR on Masonite

134
Heiden And Lange Advertising Thermometer
They ran a  funeral home in Milwaukee.

135
Lot of assorted sporting goods
Cartridges, Full box of Peters 12g slugs, duck decoy head, etc.

136
Lot of 7 old sporting magazines.
As shown.

137
Green River Minnow Bucket
As shown

138
Matchbox Motorway Remote Control Car Set.
As my dad would have said. "Here's another kid that wasn't allowed to play with his toys." The set is in nearly immaculate  condition and contains several extra cars beyond the two that came with it. It's a bit unique in that the cars aren't motorized; the track provides the motive force through a concealed spring that rotates under the road bed and propels the cars by a hidden pin projecting from under the vehicle. It's a bit clumsy but it allowed you to run any car you wanted on the track. Set made in Germany. Cars made in England.

139
Hamilton Beach Malt Mixer
An old school mixer with the original Marquis Card holder and a marble base. 

140
Full Box Holiday Brand 16g Rifled Shotgun Slugs
In the 1960's, Holiday, a brand most closely associated with service stations, ran sporting goods stores where they carried Holiday branded ammunition that was contracted from Imperial in Canada.  

141
Entry Strictly Prohibited Sign
WI DNR on Masonite.

142
Assorted Reflectorized Marble And Plastic Pieces.
What you need to restore your sign.

143
Colt Model 1849 .36 cal Percussion Revolver
This piece has had several modifications made to it, not all of them at the factory.

144
2 Wood Duck Decoys
As shown.

145
Sharps Neon Clock
Sharps is an N/A pruduct made by Miller Brewing Co. Works.

146
Lot of Assorted Game Calls
As shown.

147
Melamine Donal Duck Dinnerware 3 pc Set
In original package.

148
No Hunting or Trespassing Sign & Decorative Sign
Repro Remington sign and a masonite sign

149
Duplex Fireless Stove No. 0
This early slow cooker worked by heating a man made stone, (included) placing it on the bottom and setting your food on top of it. At the end of the day, Viola!

150
American Flyer Locomotive, Tender and 2 NH 650 Passenger Cars
As shown.

151
Holiday 30-30 Winchester Box with Once Fired Brass
See lot 140 for details.

152
Lot of Assorted Military Items
Buttons, Magazine and postal cover.

153
2 Part Minnow Bucket
No name but grat old green paint.

154
Assorted Hubley Die Cast Toys
Flat bed, log hauler and a road grader.

155
Spanish Model 1913 Bayonet
As shown.

156
Photograph of Infant. Postmortem?
I'd like to think this baby is just sleeping. But something is a little off. There are no notes on the back. At the time, photographs of a deceased infant were not at all unusual and in some cases were the only picture that was ever taken of the person. 

157
Lot of Assorted Things
British coins, medals, Adm Dewey pin back button and a set of precision weights missing the 1 gram weight.

158
Marble's Sheath Knife
As shown

159
Canvasback Duck Decoy
Marked Art Stein

160
Norwegian Carved Box
Sliding end panel. 4"Hx5"Dx3"W

161
Nice Marx American Airlines NC-2100 Passenger Plane
It's a beauty. 27"W

162
Canvasback Duck Decoy
Unmarked

163
Lot of Assorted American Flyer Train Cars And Engines
Two engine sets and more.

164
Canvasback Duck Decoy
Unmarked.

165
Marble's Sheath Knife
Leather washers have separated. 

166
Lot of Assorted Photographs.
Mostly studio shots.

167
Tonka Shovel
Pretty good shape.

167A
Lot of 2 Sheath Knives
One is a stag handle made in Germany by Bower. The other might have been made by his apprentice.

167B
Tack Eyed Canvas Back Decoy
As shown. Although it is not a signed decoy, the unique tail pin is a classic hallmark of obscure Winnebago carver Earl "Spike" Johnson

168
Berwin Jr. Executive Typewriter
If you can exceed 10 words per minute with this, you're smokin'.

169
Lot of Assorted Die Cast Toys
Log Hauler and some ag toys.

170
Texaco Fire Chief Hat
Untested

171
Duck Decoy w/Custom Carry Case
As shown

172
Lot of Cash Aprons and Gloves
Years ago, most live auctioneers required you to pay as you go. These cash aprons were used to collect sales proceeds. Also includes 2 new boxes of nails gun nails.

173
Pair of 251 Roseville Wincraft Candle Holders.
As shown

174
Neat Bulldog Humidor
Flint glass base.

175
American Flyer Locomotive, tender and 2 cars
As shown.

176
Nylint Pony Farm Truck and 2 Unrelated CF Semi Trailers.
No tractor for the trailers.

177
Mixed Lot of Bar Glassware.
Old Style and others.

178
Lot of 2 Duck Decoys
As shown.

179
Lot of Assorted Commercial Hardware Latches.
The sort of stuff you'd see used on a 1950s government building or public library. The kind of quality you just can't find anymore. Brass, chrome and brushed nickel.  

180
3 Boxes of Wooden Shoe LAst
As shown.

181
Canvasback Duck Decoy.
The bottom reads, "My version of the Mason Premier Canvasback decoy as depicted by the 1975-76 Federal Duck Stamp. An original by Jack Brackney 4-5-76. #12 in Series.

182
Luggage, Totes, Bushel Basket and A Cake Carrier
As shown

183
Military ECWS Gloves and some sporting items
WI trap tags, old licenses and shotgun cleaning rods.

184
2 Packages of Targets.
As shown

185
Miller Beer Advertising sign
Liquor Store Decor. 31"

186
Lot of Assorted Grain & Seed Bags.
As shown.

187
Lot of Assorted pulleys, Blocks and Tackle
As shown

188
Original Vintage Milwaukee Braves Baseball Jacket
Youth size. Has wear.

189
Lot of Assorted Fish Decoys
As shown

190
Japan Tin Litho Wind Up Boat
Excellent condition.

191
Cast Iron Door Stop of Cats
It may not be the oldest door stop in town.

192
Verifine ROG Menu Board
Crack through lower left corner as shown.

193
J&P Coats Lift Top Spool Cabinet.
Clean!

194
O.F. Baker 1 gl Albany Slip Jug
Milwaukee, WI

195
Folk Art Comb Box
Missing some paint but a neat piece.

196
Birch Dough bowl
Slight checking in bottom.
 

197
Cast Iron Independence Bell Ink Well
As shown.

198
Unique Art Tin Litho Lil Abner Dogpatch Band Toy
Box has some issues but the toy is great.

199
Poplar or Alder Figural Bird Match Holder
As shown

200
"I Hear A Call" Cast Iron Still Bank
As shown.

201
White Pine Clock Shelf
As shown. 26"

202
Pre Pro Natural Process Gettelman qt Beer Bottle
Embossed, with label and still partially full.

203
Milwaukee Area Die Cut Advertising Calendar
Unusually late for this style.

204
O. F. Baker Decorated 2 gl Jug
Milwaukee, WI. 2 very tight hairlines at the rim.

205
Tiger Maple Shaving Mirror w/Provenance
A native WI piece.

206
Thompsons Chocolate Malted Milk Tin
As shown

207
Elk Cast Iron Still Bank
As shown

208
Milwaukee Waukesha Beer Bottle
As shown

209
Ransom & Co. 1 gl Salt Glaze Ovoid Jug
Milwaukee, WI. Minor rim chip. It appears that the lamp has been repaired from having a lamp wire hole driled in to the center bottom.

210
Large Lot of Assorted Waukesha Color Post Cards
No RPPC

210A
J.B. Maxfield Decorated 2 gl Jug.
Milwaukee, WI 

211
White Mountain Jr. Ice Cream Freezer
As shown

212
Cast Iron Flower Basket Door Stop
As shown

213
Lot of Assorted Fish Decoys
As shown

214
Hermann / Pierron Transitional Stencilled 3 gl Salt Glaze Crock
As shown.

215
Cast Iron Door Stop and Camel Bank
Bird has damage to tail feather. Camel is not old.

216
Wooden Cutlery Box
As shown

217
Light Sweet Burley Tobacco Tin
Exceptionally Clean

218
NOS Chicago Motor Club AAA License Plate Topper
Super Clean

219
Rosewood Inkwell
Some veneer damage

220
Wooden Scoop in Old Gray
 From the Motor Vessel North Island

221
Crystal Arcade Coffee Wall Grinder
Missing cup. 

222
Arcade Century of Progress 2 pc Cast Iron Bus
As shown

223
Lot of 3 carved wooden spoons.
Includes a scratch carved spoon dated 1927.

224
Clarks' Mile End 2 Drawer Spool Cabinet.
As shown

225
Brass Figural Tray.
Fairly stout. No founder's mark. 

226
Campbell's Soup Kids Doorstop
I believe this is a Hubley piece.

226A
Cast Iron Lion Still Bank
As shown.

227
Fold Art Carved Bracket
White pine

228
Pulled Feather Art Glass Light Shade
Unsigned

229
3 gl Hermann Milwaukee Decorated Butter Churn
Clear stamp with cobalt.

230
Wolverine Merry-Go-Round in Box
Great condition.

231
OOB of Tropical Beach Scene
Indistinct signature. Loss of paint to lower left of image. 15x21

232
2 gl Hermann Milwaukee Decorated Ovoid Jug
Line in handle.

233
Framed, Die Cut Advertising from Cleveland Ohio
A neat theme showing a madcap driver plowing down a country road.

234
An Old Fishing Rod
Couldn't find any markings, anywhere. About 2.5' long.

235
American Flag License Plate Topper
Never mounted.

236
American Flag License Plate Toppper
Never mounted. This is the second of 2.

237
Cast Thingy
Each end has a missing bracket that would have supported some type of board that ran between the two end caps. It may have been a book or magazine rack. Still has a neat look to it.

238
Victorian Brass Sewing Bird.
Aside from the small pin cushion missing from its back, this is the nicest, cleanest, bestest sewing bird we've ever sold. 

239
Lot of 2 Pabst Pre-Pro Etched Beer Glasses
Minor rim chips to each.

240
2 gl Hermann Milwaukee Ovoid Jug
Great orange peel on this one.

241
Wood Bowl
Classic wooden bowl. 16"

242
Lot of Assorted Fishing Tackle
As shown.

243
Cast Iron Crash Motorcycle Crash Car
As shown.5" 

244
Lot of Asst'd Hartford, Monches, Watertown & Grafton Post Cards
Includes RPPC, Depot, Several Kissel and more.

245
Cast Iron Horse Still Bank
As shown.

246
H. Bosworth & Sons Wholesale Druggist Milwaukee, WI Hermann Jug
Has a line or two, one above the stencil as shown. This is another classic example of Hermann's sketchy stencil work for their contracted advertising pieces. Apparently they hired people who were visually challenged and then told them they could have off as soon as they were done.

247
Watertown Harness Maker Chain Framed Advertising.
A bit of silverfish damage to the back but still displays quite well.

248
Enamelware Coffee Pot
Kind of brownish purpleish.

249
Blatz Carboy
For your pennies. Because if you drink Blatz, you're watching them.

250
A. C. Williams Cast Iron Bus
This bus with passengers is one of the less common toy buses.

251
Wales, North Prairie, Genesee Lake, Hartland, Mukwonago & North Lake Post Cards
Many RPPC cards in this lot.

252
Hermann 3 gl Jug
Didn't see any apologies.

253
Cast Iron Kyser & Rex Tower Bank
Repair to front left corner as shown.

254
2 gl Decorated Hermann Salt Glaze Crock.
Clear Stamp. Classic Hermann "spots". 

255
Assorted Dairy Advertising Items
As shown.

256
Lot of 6 Assorted Fish Decoys
As shown.

257
Remington & Western 2 Piece Shell Boxes
And sporting patches.

258
Razall Filing System Oak 3 Drawer Cabinet
Nothing proprietary; ordinary drawers. The company was based in Milwaukee. 

259
Lot of Assorted WI Brewery Postcards
Grand Rapids (WI Rapids), Old Style, Chief Oshkosh, Oshkosh Brewing; Schrier Sheboygan, Hartig's Watertown & West Bend Brewing.

260
Famous Silurian Springs, Waukesha Etched Glass
This piece has small chips on the rim.
 

261
Cast Iron Toy Tractor
Fordson, but unmarked.

262
Kenton Cast Iron Coin Deposit Bank
As shown

263
Schrade Old Timer 152 Sheath Knife
NIB

264
Lot of 2 Western Sheath Knives
As Shown

265
4 Assorted Cheese Boxes
Includes Pabst and Kewaskum

266
Hermann Milwaukee 3 gl Decorated Salt Glaze Ovoid Jug
Incised 3

267
Stevens Treasure Safe Bank
No key.

268
Cast Iron Sheep Still Bank
As shown.

269
Hubley Zep Cast Iron Zeppelin Bank
Pull toy. 4 3/4" 

270
John Graf 1886 Amber Weiss Beer Etched Glass
As Shown

271
Hermann Milwaukee 2 gl Decorated Salt Glaze Ovoid Jug
Incised 2. Chip to base.

272
Doll Buggy
As Shown

273
Waukesha Milk Co. Cream Can
As shown.

274
Lot of 2 Badger Balm Tins
Because there is nothing crabbier than a Badger with a chapped hind end. 

275
Williams Double Door Cast Iron Still Bank
As shown

276
Crown Of Thorns Tramp Art Folk Art Novelty
Damage to top portion

277
Game Wheel Made From Model T Wheel
Complete with paddles.

278
Hermann Milwaukee 1 gl Albany Slip Glaze Ovoid Jug
Several Chips to Lip

279
Marx Pressed Steel Pull Mammoth Zeppelin
As shown.

280
Marx Old Jalopy In Box
Box has a few issues but the toy is great.

281
Belding Bros. & Co. Oak Cabinet
Nice condition but mirror is fogged. It's flat glass, not bevelled, so it shouldn't be a big deal to replace it.

282
Greeley Dairy Lake Beulah Milk Bottle
Town of Est Troy, Walworth County

283
Double Stamped Hermann Milwaukee 2 gl Salt Glaze Storage Jar
Chips to lip.

284
Doll Size Oak Bachelor Chest
As shown

285
Durham WI RPPC & Other Post Cards
As shown

286
Husting's Pale Dry Ginger Ale Glass, Milwaukee
Still in business as Capitol-Husting Liquor Distributors.

287
Stein Bothers Whiskies Shot Glass, Chicago
"Highest Grade Produced"

288
Lot of 4 Novelty Banks
Carnation Milk, New Hampton, IA and others.

289
Lot of Assorted Handmade Marbles and Clay Nibs
Includes a nice Joseph's Coat Of Many Colors.

290
Scarce Pabst Whitefish Bay Park Pre Pro Footed Glass
H. Knopka, Lessee. Not commonly encountered.

291
J.B. & A. Maxfield Storage Jar
Rim chips

292
Clambroth Souvenir of Mayville Glass Canoe
As shown

293
Set of 6 Walters Eau Claire Barrel Advertising Glasses
As shown

294
Unused 9028 Arcade Lap Coffee Grinder Mill
Exceptional condition

295
Doll sized Birdseye Maple Trunk
Not terribly old but has a nice look. 8"h x 13"w x 6"d. 

296
The Classic Tom Thumb Cash Register
I'm not sure if I've ever seen one of these without the box. I think I know why.

297
Delafield, Okauchee, Eagle, Beaver Lake and Pewaukee Psot Cards
RPPC and other cards from the lakes area.

298
2 gl Hermann Milwaukee Albany Slip Jug
As shown 

299
Brenner's Variety Store, Viroqua, WI 6" Red Wing Sponge Bowl
Excellent condition.

300
Sinclair 1 qt oil can
Bottom opened

301
Smallest Size Red Wing Gray Line Covered Casserole
I don't think it's ever been used.

302
1/2 Gallon Hermann Milwaukee Jug
Nice two tone glaze

303
Supreme Bottling Co. Waukesha Soda Bottle
As shown.

304
Imperial Bottling Works, Lake Mills, WI Soda Bottle
As shown.

305
P. Schwartzenbart & Co. Manitowoc, WI Soda Bottle
As shown.

306
Germantown Spring Brewing & Soda Co. Soda Bottle, South Germantown, WI
As shown.

307
Imperial Bottling Works, Lake Mills, WI Soda Bottle
As shown.

308
Watertown Bottling Works, Watertown, WI Soda Bottle
As shown.

309
Gillett Bottling Works, Gillet, WI Soda Bottle
As shown. If you want to sound like a local, it's pronounced "Jill'-it."

310
Pair of Martinsville Glass Seal Bookends
As shown.

311
Hermann Milwaukee Storage Jar
In the size commonly known as a snuff jar.

312
Lot of mixed collectibles
Pair of folk painted wooden shoes, a "lunch hour" solid brass casting of a Notre Dame fan and a Simplex model screw jack.

313
Two advertising Tins
As shown.
 

314
Lot of Assorted Milwaukee Area Post Cards
Downtown Brookfield RPPC and others.

315
Dunbar Bethesda 2gl Water Jug for I.N. Morton of Milwaukee by Hermann
It's been around the block, unsuccessfully, several times but it's a pretty darn hard piece to find.
Apparently Dunbar was a first class promoter with no lack of self esteem. He's worth googling if you'd like to read about a huckster personified.

316
12" Yellow ware bowl
Tight line. 

317
Silurian Springs Water Bottle and a Waukesha Cheese Crock
As shown.

318
Gettelman Five O'Clock Club Beer Bottle and Aren Rocky Dry Sparkling Water Bottle
As shown.

319
Schlitz brewery Tour Souvenir S&P Shakers
As shown.

320
Wern Farms Butter Crock, Genesee, WI
As shown.

321
Steinmeyer 1/2 gl Wine Jug, Milwaukee
A few dingles, as shown.

322
Red Wing Union Stoneware Co. Mason 1 Quart Fruit Jar
As shown.

323
Geo Zimmerer Mini Adv Jug
This is most likely from St. Louis, MO.

324
Contra Costa California Old Wines Jug, Chicago
1 gl fancy jug

325
Oak Eastlake Clock Shelf
26" wide. 

326
Framed Fruit Still Life Print.
As shown.

327
Fire King Gazelle Bowl
As shown.

328
3 Box Lot of Asst'd Fireking
Includes Currier & Ives Bowls

329
3 Box Lot Of Assorted Fireking
As shown.

330
3 Box Lot of Assorted Fireking
As shown.
 

331
2 box Lot Of Assorted FireKing
As shown.

332
3 Box Lot Of Assorted Fireking
As shown.

333
2 Box Lot of Assorted Fireking
As shown.

334
Red Raven Tip Tray
They don't come much cleaner.

335
An Advertising Match Safe In The Form Of A Leather Frog.
The Charles Jacob Co. Corner of 3rd & state Streets Milwaukee.

336
2 box Lot Of Assorted Glass Bowls
As shown.

337
2 Box Lot of Assorted Pyrex Amish & Other Bowls
As shown.

338
2 Box Lot of Assorted Glass Dinnerware
As shown.

339
2 Box Lot of Assorted Glass Bowls
As shown.

340
2 Box Lot of Assorted Glass Cookware
As shown.

341
2 Box Lot of Assorted Glass Mugs, Etc.
As shown.

342
The Secret Blue Book of Gambling & Game Of Chance Fixes and Cheats
This is an amazing catalog of every conceivable hardware cheat that could be put to use in card and dice games. If you've ever wondered if all of the stories you've heard about back alley games, carnivals and the like could be true, just take a look at this catalog.

343
Lot of Assorted Service Station Items
Pumping kerosene can, etc.

344
Lot of 2 cast iron gas pump hose receivers.
I have no idea what models they fit.

345
Hand Carved Siamese Temple
Very detailed. Well made. 22"h x 12.5"w x 18"d. 

346
Pair of Model Railroad Searchlights.
As shown.

347
Boltonville Garage Advertising Thermometer
Rt 4, Kewaskum

348
Sheboygan County Horse Shoer's Annual Picnic Random Lake WI Aug 14 1915. Yardlong photo
The game? The trade?

349
Horse Shoer's Picnic Aug 19, 1922 Random Lake WI Yardlong Photo
They had so much fun, they did it again.

350
Classic Garton, Sheboygan Sno-Flake Saucer
Well played with. Like it should be.

351
Whirlygig of Edward Propeller Hands
Old Paint

352
Marx Trainmaster Remote Control Block Signal
Untested

353
Marx Commodore Vanderbilt Double Locomotive Train Set
As shown.

354
Marx Commodore Vanderbilt Double Locomotive Train Set
As shown.

355
Marx Union Pacific Passenger Train Set
As shown.

356
Assorted Marx Track, Switches, Semaphore and Light Tower.
As shown.

357
3 Box Lot of Antique Hinges
As shown.

358
3 Box Lot of Door Knobs, Plates and Pulls
As shown.

359
2 Box Lot of Assorted Lock sets and Hinges
As shown.

360
WWI Helmet
Great condition, with liner.

361
Stars and Moon Milk glass Lighting Rod Ball
As shown.

362
The Corner Store Cedar Grove WI H. J. Bloemer's Prop. 7" sponge bowl
Red Wing Ridge Sponge Bowl 

363
American Breeders Service Sign
For the professional. 14.5"h x 12.5"w. 

364
Fledermaus German Bat Oil Lantern w/Cage
This unusual lantern has a protective cage around the globe. These were specially made for use in stables, mills, Mrs. O'Leary's shed or other areas where not breaking the globe of a lit lantern was kind of a big deal. Notice the full figured bat embossed into both the globe and the font.

365
Lot of 2 Decorator Duck Decoys
As shown

366
Antique Cast Iron Mail Box
This thing is a beast. Very solid and heavy. Lift the flap or open the door. No key.

367
Case Eagle Fence Post Topper
11". 

368
Lot Of WWI Portrait and Other Related Items
Nice Cap.

369
Lot Of Assorted Seed, Feed and Other Bags
Land-O-Lakes, Jacques, Badger and other brands.

370
Modern RRPCo Casserole and a 1930s Glass Butter Churn
As shown.

371
AdLake Non Sweating Marker Lamp
Oil burner. 3  lenses.

372
GI Helmet Liner And Stetson WWI era Campaign Hat
Campaign hat purchased at MArshall Field Co. Chicago. About a size 7 or smaller.

373
Lot of 2 Hummel Figurines
As shown.

374
Wood Schlitz Beer Crate
Fading and wear. As shown.

375
Lot of Chuck Connors Photos and Autograph
As shown.

376
Hank Aaron Book with Autograph
As shown.

377
Victorian Cast Iron Mirror
12.5" 

378
Lot of assorted Advertising Tins and a NOS Zippo Lighter
As shown.

379
Monmouth Western Stoneware Arts & Crafts Art Pottery Vase
14"h Not bad for a company that didn't venture far from the utilitarian line. 

380
Nazi Police Helmet WWII
With liner. Exceptional condition.

381
East German Army Visor Cap
As shown.

382
7 Assorted Comic Books
As shown.

383
Griswold No. 8 Cast Iron Waffle Maker
Stove top style.

384
Whitewater Brewing Company Wood Beer Case
As shown.

385
Deep Ruby Glass Lightning Rod Ball
Kind of heavy for its size.

386
2 Military Yardlongs and A Doughboy Photo
The largest has damaged glass.

387
Hubing & Hames Belgium & The Corner Store Cedar Grove Creamers
As shown.

388
Wooden Bowl and Old Kitchen Utensils
As shown.

389
Matched Pair of 1917 WI License Plates
As shown.

390
Matched Pair of 1919 WI License Plates
As shown.

391
Matched Pair of 1942 WI License Plates
With wartime 1945 tag.

392
Matched Pair of 1941 WI License Plates
As shown.

393
Assorted WI License Plates
As shown.

394
Milwaukee Braves 1961 Scorecard and a ?
I'm not sure what the round, metal thing is. Or if it's even old. But it's well made.

395
Paul Molitor and Robin Yount Books
Several of each.

396
Emerson & Silver 1864 US Civil War Sword with Hanger
A few minor dents in the scabbard but this is a pretty nice piece.

397
Camp Lee VA WWII Yardlong Photo
As shown.

398
Nice Orange Red Enamelware kitchen Utensil Display Rack
As shown.

399
Northwestern 33 Penny Peanut Vendor
No key. Has early style glass hopper. 

400
Lot of 3 framed items
1920/30s mirror that's been painted purple and 2 C&I style prints.

401
2 Boxes of Assorted Marbles
As shown.

402
Assorted Advertising Tins
Spice Tins, Port Washington Lard Bucket, etc.

403
Cobalt Lightning Rod Ball
As shown.

404
Lot of Assorted Magazines
Life and others.

405
Large Lot of Hummel Collector Plates Including 1971.
As shown.

406
Whirlpool Steel Ball Game and other Toys.
Includes child's sad iron.

407
Lot of Assorted Port Washington Milk Bottles
As shown.

408
Lot of Assorted Case Tractor and Implement Collectibles
Includes two SC tags.

409
Ruby Flash Lightning Rod Ball.
As shown.

410
Lot of Assorted Die Cast Toys.
As shown.

411
Lot of 2 jugs
As shown.

412
Lot of 2 Enamel Cream Cans
As shown.

413
Lot of 2 Swords. One Imperial European and the Other Fraternal
As shown.

414
Unidentified Sword
As shown.

415
Jacques Seed And Belgium Elevator Thermometers
As shown.

416
Borden's Milk Bottles, Milk Case and Milk Crate
Plus a Measuring cup

417
Renk Seed Corn Thermometer
Sun Prairie

418
Wen-Mac SS Texaco North Dakota Tanker In Box With Pamphlet
2 cargo cranes are snapped off but present. Really nice condition. An uncommon toy and even less common in this condition.

419
Blue Milk Glass Lightning Rod Ball
As shown.

420
2 Boxes of Assorted Gray Graniteware
As shown.

421
1980s 45's of Journey and The Cars Plus SeaBee Sheet Music
As shown.

422
Stoneware 1 gl Shoulder Jug and A Bean Pot
No Lid

423
Modern Packers Collectibles
As shown.

424
Assorted Wayside Dairy Belgium, WI Milk Bottles
As shown.

425
Buck 380 and Advertising Pocket Knives
As shown.

426
Assorted Advertising Yard Sticks
And a log scale.

427
Assorted Military items, Dummy shells, Game Calls, Etc.
As shown.

428
2 Jacques Advertising Thermometers
As shown.
 

429
Lot of Assorted Case Tractor Items and Belt Buckles
As shown.

430
Cranberry Glass Lightning Rod Ball
I do not think this is flashed. Appears to be solid color.

431
Lot of 4 Assorted Hummel Figurines
As shown.
 

432
Neat old Warded Lock with Key
Works

433
Modern Production Dietz Farm Lantern, Like New
Made somewhere east of here.

434
6 NOS Moor Man's Cow Mintrate Measuring Cups
I, too, wondered what Cow Mintrate was, Fortunately, it's spelled out on the cup.

435
Lot of assorted Case Shop Manuals
Tractors, Backhoe Loaders, etc.

436
Fordson Tractor Tool box and A Lg. Ford Wrench
As shown.

437
Mixed Milk Bottles and a Verifine Cooler Box.
As shown.

438
LARGE Lot of Case Manuals And Pamphlets
All are shown.

439
Pabst & Other Cheese Boxes
As shown.

440
NOS Badger Metal Sign
As shown.
 

441
Lot of Assorted Case Manuals
All pictured.

442
Lot of Assorted Golden Guernsey Dairy Items
Glasses, bottle and crate

443
Nice lot Of Assorted Advertising Tins And Cans
Surge, MoPar, MoorMans And More.

444
Lot of 2 Hummel Figurines.
As shown.

445
Cast Iron Bulldog Still Bank
As shown.

446
Cast Iron Union Safe Bank
As shown.

447
Lot of Assorted Office Supplies and Related
Nice wall phone and brass bell.

448
Lot of assorted Milk Bottles & Dairy Items
As shown.

449
Lot Of Assorted Kitchen Food Choppers, Soda bottle , Stein & More.
As shown.

450
Revell 1970 Unbuilt Plymouth Roadrunner Plastic Scale Model
As shown.

451
Remington Wooden Shell Crate
As shown.

452
Pic of Da Crusher, Whiting & Davis Bracelet & Earrings, Union & Barber Items, Straight Razors, Etc.
As shown.

453
Mixed Lot of Pulley, Statue, Hinges & A Brass Face Scale
As shown.

454
Large Lot Of Assorted Cast Iron Toys, Banks and Magazines
Most if not all of the cast iron is repro.

455
NOS Badger Farm Materials Sign
Never mounted.

456
Lot of 4 Case Emblems & Pamphlets
As shown.

457
Disc Pendulum Anniversary Clock.
Needs help. Crystal is damaged. Made by Gustav Becker.

458
Lot of Assorted Wood Cheese Boxes
As shown.

459
Dietz City Of Milwaukee Road traffic Lantern
As shown.

460
Dietz Oil Farm Lantern
Made somewhere east of here. Waaay east of here.

461
Mixed Lot Of Fan, Desk Lamp and Waste Pail
As shown.

462
Large Lot of Signed & Other GB Packer Memorabilia
As shown.

463
Lot of Assorted Kitchen Ware, Cookie Cutters, Ice Cream Can, Arcade Coffee Grinder, Etc.
As shown.

464
Modern Electric Table Lamp and Newest Style Aladdin Mantles
As shown.

465
Lionel #224 Locomotive And an HO Flatbed
As shown.

466
Cremix Co. Dairy Chicago
As shown.

467
Lot of 5 Aluminum Cream Cans
As shown.

468
Sangean ATS 909 Digital World Radio ^ Some CD-R Discs
As shown.

469
Large Lot Of Asst'd Stemware and Some Colored Glass
As shown.

470
Large Lot of Green Bay Packer Collectibles
The ceral boxes are still full. If it matters.

471
Lot of NIB Case & Related Tractor Toys
As shown.

472
Case 930 Comfort King Tractor Toy In Box
As shown.

473
Assorted Baseball Collectibles
As shown.
 

474
Short Beaver Brand Paddle
As shown.

475
Texaco Fire Chief Helmet
Untested

476
Case Millenium Steam Traction Engine Model In Box
As shown.

477
Several Toy Tractors NIB
As shown.

478
Lot of Assorted Sports Figurines.
As shown.

479
Agri King 1170 Tractor NIB
As shown.

480
Two NIB Farm Show Toy Tractors
Let it be a surprise.

481
Case C90 Tractor NIB
As shown.

482
Lot of Assorted Dolls and a Stove Pipe Pass Through Plate
And a brass duck

483
Lot of GI Joe Action Figures Include Colin Powell
Action figures, not dolls.

484
Farmall Tractor with Mounted Corn Picker NIB
Hard to believe this was the living end in technology once upon a time.

485
McD Ground Driven Manure Spreader NIB
Ah, the memories.

486
Carded Hot Wheels and Other Die Cast Blister Pack Toys
As shown.

487
Large Lot of UPS Nascar & Racing Toys & Semis & Trucks NIB
As shown.

488
Die Cast Precision Models NIB
As shown.

489
Die Cast Semis NIB
As shown.

490
Mixed Lot of Collectibles and Antiques
Manual Clothes washer, Dr. Seuss book, Games, canning jars and a kraut hobel.

491
ROG European Castle Scene
Some paint lifting

492
Mixed Lot of Roseville, Weller and Van Briggle
Most of the items have minor condition issues but the Van Briggle Beakers are fine.

493
Portrait of a Man in a Neat Oak Frame.
Kind of folky.

494
Signed Chandler Scenic Pastel
As shown. Outside Measurements 25.5" x 21.5"

495
Camark Pottery Refrigerator Bottle With 2 Original Stickers.
I know Camark doesn't cause most art pottery collectors to lose their minds, especially when it's a utilitarian piece, but the form, glaze and condition on this piece are remarkable.

496
Counter Top Showcase
As shown.

497
Lot of Assorted Beer Sign Collectibles
The Meister Brau Lite piece is interesting as that's the Chicago brewery brand that Miller bought out in 1972 specifically to access the name and spelling for "Lite" beer which is now widely known as Miller Lite.

498
3 pieces of sponge and Rockingham pottery.
The salt has a replaced lid and the butter has a repaired lid but both are made in the Peacock at the Fountain mold.

499
Unmarked Vase but Almost Certainly Consolidated.
As shown.

500
2 pieces of Art Pottery.
The vase has a ground top but the palm frond jard is nice. Unmarked.

501
2 Box Lot of Assorted Fishing Tackle
There's a glass eye Day-Glo in there.

502
Assorted Beer & Soda Glasses with a Bonus Milk Bottle
Morning Glory, Weber, Peerless Soda w/syrup line, A&W, etc.

503
Aladdin 1231A Glass Table Oil Lamp.
I'll grant you that this is not Aladdin's finest hour where form and color are concerned, but if you want a functional oil lamp that rivals the output of a 40 watt bulb, you could do a lot worse than this.

504
Large lot of old school mugs
Don't be deceived, these are high quality, HEAVY flint glass mugs, some with ground bottoms. Begging for a cold root beer.

505
Nice Pair of Weller Woodcraft Vases.
As shown.

506
2 box lot of green and other glassware.
As shown.

507
2 Box Lot Of Assorted Costume Jewelry
As shown.

508
Mixed Bag of Iron Plant Bracket, Art Glass Vase and some Majolica Novelties with Weller Flower Frogs
Vase is unsigned but interesting

509
2 Box Lot of Colored Glassware.
As shown.

510
2 Box Lot of Assorted Costume Jewelry.
As shown.
 

511
Grueby Art Tile Book End. Damaged.
What a shame.

512
Lot of two Oil Lamps
As shown.
 

513
Lot of assorted Glassware
Nice amber vase and single epergne.

514
Ironstone Bowl & Pitcher Set & More.
With Sanegemines plate.

515
Good Early Oil Lamp
As shown.

516
Good Early Oil Lamp
As shown.

517
Lot of Assorted Oil Lamps and Lighting Items
Nice little finger lamp

518
Lot of Assorted glassware
At least 2 pieces of Scandinavian Art Glass

519
C.S. Hammitt signed oil painting OOC
This is a known and respected artist but the piece itself needs a full restoration.

520
Lot of Mixed Pottery
With some yellow ware

521
3 box lot of assorted Farm Toys.
As shown.

522
Lot of Mixed Glass & China
Unsigned Royal Bayreuth Sunbonnet Babies. Sunkist reamer.

523
Lot of Blue Canning Jars and Zinc Lids
As shown.

524
Lot of 2 Clambroth Souvenir Pieces
Campbellsport, WI. George Wolff has direct ties to both Wis Pak and Wausau Brewing co.

525
Lot of Mixed Noritake, Comics, Books, Etc.
As shown.

526
Large Lot of Mixed China & Glassware.
As shown.

527
Swing Mirror Vanity
As shown.

528
Drop Front Secretary
As shown.

529
Early Mahogany Chest of Drawers.
Plank Top. Crotch grain drawer front.

530
Oak Serpentine Front High Boy
As shown.

531
Etagere
Needs a cleaning, but nice.

532
Birdseye Maple Vanity with Bonus Sewing Rocker.
As shown. Dolly not included.

533
Oak Side by Side Secretary Curved Glass, Paw Foot Bookcase
A nice example.

534
Glass Showcase on Iron Legs.
42"w x 39"h x 22"d. Needs several pieces of glass but this is a worthy case.

535
Morning Glory Lighted Clock
Lights. Clock not working.

536
Victorian Shadow Frame Wreath Art
14"w x 16"h. 

537
Lot of 2 Charcoal Portraits.
Subjects unknown. Make up your own story. Great Frames.

538
Andersonville Prison Civil War Litho
This item was partially restored and stabilized for framing. Details the atrocities suffered by Union prisoners at the hands of the rebels.

539
Lighted Zenith Advertising Clock, WORKS!
Lights up. Clock DOES work.

540
Gray Granite Kitchen Utensil Rack
As shown.

541
Large Northrup King Seeds Outdoor Advertising Sign
Some surface rust. 46"w x 35"h. 

542
Vintage Royal Crown Cola Thermometer.
Some blemishes but not bad at all.

543
Lot of 2 floor protectors
These were designed to be placed underneath heating stoves.

544
Nice Dad's Root Beer Thermometer
A stray mark here or there but this is a really nice, bright thermometer.

545
Scarce Blatz POP 6 Pack Display/Advertising Sign
This is the only example I've ever seen of this piece. Somebody replaced the front three cans with 3 age appropriate cans but they aren't original to the piece.

546
Gorgeous Double Bubble Purina Chows Lighted Advertising Clock
This came straight out of a feedmill. I removed about a bushel of wheat dust, chaff and grain from the inside. Lights up and the clocks works. It's a beauty.

547
Miller Lite Harley Davidson Centennial Neon Sign
Works, This is not the same sign as from the last auction. Just happen to have two in a row.

548
Large, Double Sided Golden Guernsey Milk Producer Sign
As shown.

549
Oak 2 drawer chest.
It's not the 2 drawers that make it desirable, it's the flat surface to pile stuff up on.

550
Jacques Seed Corn Sign NOS
Excellent condition. Die stamped.

551
Universal Milking Equipment Lighted Clock
Pam Clock Co.

552
Large Jacques See Corn Sign
Excellent Condition

553
Modern John Deere Metal Sign
Not Old

554
Nice, Old Grape Nuts Tin Litho Advertising Sign
Classic Little Red Riding Hood style girl with her St. Bernard guard dog. Minor touch ups to gold trim. Image is original but frame has been replaced.

555
Lighted Hamm's On Tap Barrel Sign.
Doesn't matter what your beer of preference is, your home bar isn't complete without at least one classic Hamm's sign.

556
Oak Carved Wall Shelf With Coathooks and Mirror.
Just dusty.

557
Pine, Iron Bound Dome Top Trunk
Clean, straight and tight. Not sure who advised them on the color scheme.

558
Tiger Maple Sheraton 3 leg Candle Stand
Nice, smaller size. There isn't an antique collector out there who doesn't have room for this little cutey. This is a period piece, not a revival piece.

559
1800's Tiger Maple One Drawer Work Table
Mahogany drawer front.

560
1800s Cherry 2 Drawer, Drop Leaf Work Table
Mahogany drawer fronts.

561
Floor Safe
Locked open but we don't have the combo. You can figure it out with a little fiddling or take the door to a locksmith. Has interior keys. Bring Help.

562
Lot of Assorted Chairs, An old Radio Cabinet and an Oak Showcase
As shown.

563
Lot of 2 Floor Lamps
Nice green slag column lamp.

564
Two Duncan Pfyfe Tables
As shown.

565
A Nice Dry Sink
Good Look. Good Proportions. Good everything.

566
Lakeside Craft Shops Cedar Chest.
A hard to find name from a well respected furniture shop.

567
Luick Dairy Milk Cam
A desireable small size.

568
Lot of 3 Milk & Ice Cream Cans
Very solid. None are branded.

569
ALL Gold Rings. And Teeth.
8 gold rings include a ladies Amethyst Ring. That gold molar is something else.

570
Lot of Assorted Sterling and Other Jewelry with Bulova Watch.
That peanut appears to be a solid chunk of sterling.

571
State Of Louisiana $5 Bond
As shown.

572
Lot of 10 Silver Certificates
Circulated

573
Lot of 16 Mixed Date Silver Dollars.
As shown.

574
Lot of 14 Mixed Date Silver Dollars.
As shown.

575
Lot of 3 Silver Half Dollars.
As shown.

576
Lot of 8 Mixed Date Silver Quarters
As shown.

577
Lot of 11 Mixed Date Silver Dimes
As shown.

578
Lot of 22 Mixed Date Nickels
As shown.

579
Lot of 12 Mixed Dated Buffalo Nickels
As shown.

580
Lot of 6 Three Cent Nickels
Two are drilled

581
Lot of 5 US Large Cents
As shown.

582
Lot of 25 Mixed Date Indian Heads Pennies
As shown.

583
Lot of 10 Mixed Date Indian Head Cents Include Bronze
As shown.

584
2 Book Lot Of US Indian Head & Wheat Cents
Various coins 1864-1940. Not all coins are represented.

585
Massive Wheat Cent Collection in 3 Ring Binder.
Somebody very meticulously cataloged a whole bunch of wheat cents from 1909 through 1956. The grading appears to home grading but it's obvious that a lot of time and care went in to this collection.

586
Lg. Collection of Uncirculated and Mint US Proof Coin Sets
As shown.

587
A Collection of Assorted Foreign Coins
As shown.

588
Bulova 23J Men's Self-Winding Wristwatch
With case and hang tag.

589
Rockford 17J Adjusted, Men's Pocket Watch
As shown.
 

590
Elgin Men's Railroad Grade 15J Pocket Watch & a Ladies 15J Pendant Watch
Don't let the name fool you! Elgin did make some higher grade pocket watches and this is one of them. A grade 50, Model 1 adjusted pocket watch and it a strong runner to boot. If you want a quality pocket watch that doesn't break the bank, this is the one you want. The ladies pendant watch is a nice companion piece at 15J and adjusted 3 positions.

591
18K Gold 2 pc Wedding Ring Set w/Diamonds
This set is designed to fit together, as shown

592
MS-65 1889 US Silver Dollar
As shown.

593
Lot of 3 Better Grade Silver Dollars
1884 and (2) 1902 O

594
Lot of 11 Mixed Silver Medallions = 10.5 OZT .999 Silver
10.5 Troy ounces, in total of .999 fine silver.

595
Lot of 22 Mixed Date Silver Dollars
As shown.

596
1879 US Gold 1/4 Eagle $2.50 Coin
As shown.

597
1900 US Gold Coin Quarter Eagle $2.50.
As shown.

598
Lot of 16 Mixed Date Silver Dollars.
As shown.

599
Lot of 15 Assorted US Silver Dollars
As shown.

600
Lot of 23 US Silver Dollars
As shown.

601
Lot of 3 US Half Dollars
As shown.

602
lot of (9) 1964 Kennedy Silver Half dollars
As shown. 

603
Lot of 6 Kennedy Silver Clad Half Dollars
As shown.

604
Lot of Assorted Silver Quarters and Dimes plus a Nickel or two.
As shown.

605
Mixed Lot of Assorted 25 Indian Heads, Rolls of Wheats Plus War and Other Nickels
As shown.

606
1960 & 1964 Proof Sets Plus An Ellis Island Proof Set
As shown.

607
Lot Of Foreign Currency And Coins
As shown.

608
Navajo Silver And Turquoise Squash Blossom Necklace
As shown.

609
3 piece Matched Set of Navajo Silver and Turquoise with Bone Ram
Seiko watch, Bolo Tie and A Belt Buckle

610
Sterling & Turquoise Bracelet Cuff and Slave Ring Set
As shown.

611
Sterling & Turquoise Omega Men's Watch Set
As shown.

612
Hopi Kachina Doll And Related Book
As shown.

653

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