Shipshewana Misc. & Antique Auction
Listing ID#: 68788

Sale Location

Shipshewana, IN 46565
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Wednesday Jun 13, 2018 Completed
Sale Type
 Live Auction 
Company Information
Shipshewana Auction

Contact: Mike Scherer
Phone: 260-768-4129
Email: info@shipshewanatradingplace.com
Website: www.ShipshewanaTradingPlace.com

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Listing Terms and Conditions
1. Auction merchandise may be inspected on Tuesdays and Wednesdays prior to auction time. Tuesday: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Wednesday: 5:30 AM - Auction Time Misc. Office Hours: Tuesday: 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Wednesday: 7:00 a.m. – until end of auction 2. A Buyer Number is required to make purchases. Valid driver’s license is required. There is a $5.00 Buyer Card fee. Additional cards are $1.00. Buyer Cards expire at the end of each calendar year. New cards are required each calendar year. 3. No private exchange of merchandise between buyers and consignors. A penalty may be imposed for this violation. 4. Terms: Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover. 5% Buyer’s Premium will be added to all credit card payments. 5. Sales tax will be collected on all purchases unless a sales tax number is registered in office. 6. All merchandise is sold “as is” or as represented by consignor only. Shipshewana Auction, Inc. is not responsible for any consignor’s guarantee or statement. 7. Minimum opening bid accepted per item, per choice, per grouping of merchandise offered for auction will be $5.00. 8. All items, unless otherwise stated, are sold with a reserved bid. 9. Shipshewana Auction, Inc. assumes no responsibility for damaged or stolen merchandise of the buyer or seller. 10. Merchandise is 100 percent the responsibility of the seller prior to the sale of item, and 100 percent the responsibility of the buyer after the item is sold. Sold stickers are available in the office. Roll of 50 stickers = $3.00. Roll of 100 stickers = $4.00. 11. All merchandise must be removed the day of the auction. Storage of left over items will be assessed a fee of $25.00 per item. 12. All purchases must be paid day of purchase. 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added to any merchandise not paid day of sale. 13. 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added to all phone or absentee bids. Storage of items not removed the day of auction will be assessed a fee of $25.00 per item. 14. A parking permit or fee is required from Memorial Day through September. Season permits available in Misc. Office ($35 for season), all other fees collected by gate attendant. You are expected to park where you are directed. 15. Loading of merchandise inside of building is allowed after the auction is over. Overhead doors are to be operated by Shipshewana Auction personnel only. 16. See other side of sheet for auction building floor plan. Check office for starting times, starting positions and specialized area in auction building.
Listing Information
Shipshewana Misc. & Antique Auction
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Bell rings at 9 AM
6-10 Auctioneers Selling Simultaneously! 
Huge collection of antiques, collectibles, toys, primitives, glassware, artwork, advertising, signs, furniture, vintage items, quilts, industrial, and more!
 
Our Miscellaneous & Antique Auction is held every Wednesday, year round. The auction starts by the sound of the bell at 9 am sharp! Eight to ten auctioneers will take up the auction cry. Our main market thrust is for the better quality antique and collectible items, however as one of our old time auctioneers, Argie, used to state, "We sell anything from soup to nuts!" 
 
To be sold in Row 5, Spaces 12-13: Illinois Watch Co. Lincoln Watch Advertising Litho on canvas of Abraham Lincoln, framed; 1928 St. Joseph Valley Aviation Club Inaugural yearbook; Stick telephone candy container; Several flats of costume jewelry; several art prints.
 
To be sold in Row 4, Spaces 21-26: Two Vintage Soap Box Derby Cars; 1890's Oak Desk; Oak Carved Ice Box; Vintage Oak Telephones; One Cent Scale; 1958 One-of-a-Kind Bar made from the 100 Millionth Pabst Blue Ribbon Barrel; Unusual Dough Table; Sterling Candle Holders; 1880s Rare Wire Plant Stands; 1890s Hall Tree / Chest Chicago Hotel; Pair of Arts & Crafts Windows in Perfect Condition; Oak Gentlemen's Chest; Vintage Dome Trunk; Stained Glass Windows; Arts & Crafts Bookcase; Grand Rapids / Smoking Stand; Arts & Crafts Banket Chest; Vintage Trash Can; Vintage Marbles; Book of Tin Types; Assorted Roseville; Van Briggle Pottery; Vintage Cigarette Case; Child's Ice Cream Table; Unusual Jug; Crocks; Ship's Wheel; Hanging Gas Station Cabinet; Vintage Table Lamp; Bronze Attorney Sign; Cemet Zeus; Vintage Hanging Light; Vintage Jewelry; Large Brass Urns; Vintage 1910 Train in Original Box; Lionel Train Transformer; Jelly Cupboard; 1808 Wall Pump; Painted General Store Cupboard; Walnut Linen Cabinet 1890's; 5 Cent Slot Machine; 1890's Large Desk Chair; Vintage Butter Churn; Vintage Quilts; Barn Find Prototype Bicycle Frames?, Tool Chest; Coleman Lanter; 36 x 36 Vintage Maple Butcher Block in Excellent Condition; Vintage Safe with Combination; Barn Find 1890 Popcorn Street Vendor Wagon Bartholomew; and MORE! See photo gallery.
 
Every Wednesday we have people in attendance from all across the country. Many of our customers are here every Wednesday, both buyers and sellers, while every Wednesday there are people in attendance for the very first time. First time or for the last 40 years, we appreciate your business. 
 
If you are interested in selling, give us a call to reserve your auction space. If you are wanting to buy - one time or a box truck full, this is the place!

Photos are uploaded as received by the vendors and each Tuesday evening by 5 pm, so check back often to see what has been added. This sampling of items is a great way to find where you want to start your bidding on the day of the sale!  *Please Note: Day of sale takes precedence over advertised material (listings, captions, photo gallery and print ads). Thank you for understanding.
 

 

Lodging with the Farmstead Inn & Conference Center is right across the road. Our beautiful Inn is open to meet your rooming needs and you can book your stay by calling 260.768.4595, or book online now.
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Shipshewana Misc. & Antique Auction

Shipshewana Auction

Shipshewana Auction


Contact: Mike Scherer
Phone: 260-768-4129
Sale Location
345 S Van Buren St
Shipshewana, IN 46565
Sale Dates and Times
Wednesday Jun 13, 2018 Completed
Sale Terms and Conditions
1. Auction merchandise may be inspected on Tuesdays and Wednesdays prior to auction time. Tuesday: 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Wednesday: 5:30 AM - Auction Time Misc. Office Hours: Tuesday: 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Wednesday: 7:00 a.m. – until end of auction 2. A Buyer Number is required to make purchases. Valid driver’s license is required. There is a $5.00 Buyer Card fee. Additional cards are $1.00. Buyer Cards expire at the end of each calendar year. New cards are required each calendar year. 3. No private exchange of merchandise between buyers and consignors. A penalty may be imposed for this violation. 4. Terms: Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover. 5% Buyer’s Premium will be added to all credit card payments. 5. Sales tax will be collected on all purchases unless a sales tax number is registered in office. 6. All merchandise is sold “as is” or as represented by consignor only. Shipshewana Auction, Inc. is not responsible for any consignor’s guarantee or statement. 7. Minimum opening bid accepted per item, per choice, per grouping of merchandise offered for auction will be $5.00. 8. All items, unless otherwise stated, are sold with a reserved bid. 9. Shipshewana Auction, Inc. assumes no responsibility for damaged or stolen merchandise of the buyer or seller. 10. Merchandise is 100 percent the responsibility of the seller prior to the sale of item, and 100 percent the responsibility of the buyer after the item is sold. Sold stickers are available in the office. Roll of 50 stickers = $3.00. Roll of 100 stickers = $4.00. 11. All merchandise must be removed the day of the auction. Storage of left over items will be assessed a fee of $25.00 per item. 12. All purchases must be paid day of purchase. 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added to any merchandise not paid day of sale. 13. 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added to all phone or absentee bids. Storage of items not removed the day of auction will be assessed a fee of $25.00 per item. 14. A parking permit or fee is required from Memorial Day through September. Season permits available in Misc. Office ($35 for season), all other fees collected by gate attendant. You are expected to park where you are directed. 15. Loading of merchandise inside of building is allowed after the auction is over. Overhead doors are to be operated by Shipshewana Auction personnel only. 16. See other side of sheet for auction building floor plan. Check office for starting times, starting positions and specialized area in auction building.
Listing Details
Shipshewana Misc. & Antique Auction
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Bell rings at 9 AM
6-10 Auctioneers Selling Simultaneously! 
Huge collection of antiques, collectibles, toys, primitives, glassware, artwork, advertising, signs, furniture, vintage items, quilts, industrial, and more!
 
Our Miscellaneous & Antique Auction is held every Wednesday, year round. The auction starts by the sound of the bell at 9 am sharp! Eight to ten auctioneers will take up the auction cry. Our main market thrust is for the better quality antique and collectible items, however as one of our old time auctioneers, Argie, used to state, "We sell anything from soup to nuts!" 
 
To be sold in Row 5, Spaces 12-13: Illinois Watch Co. Lincoln Watch Advertising Litho on canvas of Abraham Lincoln, framed; 1928 St. Joseph Valley Aviation Club Inaugural yearbook; Stick telephone candy container; Several flats of costume jewelry; several art prints.
 
To be sold in Row 4, Spaces 21-26: Two Vintage Soap Box Derby Cars; 1890's Oak Desk; Oak Carved Ice Box; Vintage Oak Telephones; One Cent Scale; 1958 One-of-a-Kind Bar made from the 100 Millionth Pabst Blue Ribbon Barrel; Unusual Dough Table; Sterling Candle Holders; 1880s Rare Wire Plant Stands; 1890s Hall Tree / Chest Chicago Hotel; Pair of Arts & Crafts Windows in Perfect Condition; Oak Gentlemen's Chest; Vintage Dome Trunk; Stained Glass Windows; Arts & Crafts Bookcase; Grand Rapids / Smoking Stand; Arts & Crafts Banket Chest; Vintage Trash Can; Vintage Marbles; Book of Tin Types; Assorted Roseville; Van Briggle Pottery; Vintage Cigarette Case; Child's Ice Cream Table; Unusual Jug; Crocks; Ship's Wheel; Hanging Gas Station Cabinet; Vintage Table Lamp; Bronze Attorney Sign; Cemet Zeus; Vintage Hanging Light; Vintage Jewelry; Large Brass Urns; Vintage 1910 Train in Original Box; Lionel Train Transformer; Jelly Cupboard; 1808 Wall Pump; Painted General Store Cupboard; Walnut Linen Cabinet 1890's; 5 Cent Slot Machine; 1890's Large Desk Chair; Vintage Butter Churn; Vintage Quilts; Barn Find Prototype Bicycle Frames?, Tool Chest; Coleman Lanter; 36 x 36 Vintage Maple Butcher Block in Excellent Condition; Vintage Safe with Combination; Barn Find 1890 Popcorn Street Vendor Wagon Bartholomew; and MORE! See photo gallery.
 
Every Wednesday we have people in attendance from all across the country. Many of our customers are here every Wednesday, both buyers and sellers, while every Wednesday there are people in attendance for the very first time. First time or for the last 40 years, we appreciate your business. 
 
If you are interested in selling, give us a call to reserve your auction space. If you are wanting to buy - one time or a box truck full, this is the place!

Photos are uploaded as received by the vendors and each Tuesday evening by 5 pm, so check back often to see what has been added. This sampling of items is a great way to find where you want to start your bidding on the day of the sale!  *Please Note: Day of sale takes precedence over advertised material (listings, captions, photo gallery and print ads). Thank you for understanding.
 

 

Lodging with the Farmstead Inn & Conference Center is right across the road. Our beautiful Inn is open to meet your rooming needs and you can book your stay by calling 260.768.4595, or book online now.
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Shipshewana Misc. & Antique Auction
 Live Auction
 
Sale Date(s)
Wednesday Jun 13, 2018 Completed
Auction Location

Shipshewana, IN 46565
Shipshewana Misc. & Antique Auction
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Bell rings at 9 AM
6-10 Auctioneers Selling Simultaneously! 
Huge collection of antiques, collectibles, toys, primitives, glassware, artwork, advertising, signs, furniture, vintage items, quilts, industrial, and more!
 
Our Miscellaneous & Antique Auction is held every Wednesday, year round. The auction starts by the sound of the bell at 9 am sharp! Eight to ten auctioneers will take up the auction cry. Our main market thrust is for the better quality antique and collectible items, however as one of our old time auctioneers, Argie, used to state, "We sell anything from soup to nuts!" 
 
To be sold in Row 5, Spaces 12-13: Illinois Watch Co. Lincoln Watch Advertising Litho on canvas of Abraham Lincoln, framed; 1928 St. Joseph Valley Aviation Club Inaugural yearbook; Stick telephone candy container; Several flats of costume jewelry; several art prints.
 
To be sold in Row 4, Spaces 21-26: Two Vintage Soap Box Derby Cars; 1890's Oak Desk; Oak Carved Ice Box; Vintage Oak Telephones; One Cent Scale; 1958 One-of-a-Kind Bar made from the 100 Millionth Pabst Blue Ribbon Barrel; Unusual Dough Table; Sterling Candle Holders; 1880s Rare Wire Plant Stands; 1890s Hall Tree / Chest Chicago Hotel; Pair of Arts & Crafts Windows in Perfect Condition; Oak Gentlemen's Chest; Vintage Dome Trunk; Stained Glass Windows; Arts & Crafts Bookcase; Grand Rapids / Smoking Stand; Arts & Crafts Banket Chest; Vintage Trash Can; Vintage Marbles; Book of Tin Types; Assorted Roseville; Van Briggle Pottery; Vintage Cigarette Case; Child's Ice Cream Table; Unusual Jug; Crocks; Ship's Wheel; Hanging Gas Station Cabinet; Vintage Table Lamp; Bronze Attorney Sign; Cemet Zeus; Vintage Hanging Light; Vintage Jewelry; Large Brass Urns; Vintage 1910 Train in Original Box; Lionel Train Transformer; Jelly Cupboard; 1808 Wall Pump; Painted General Store Cupboard; Walnut Linen Cabinet 1890's; 5 Cent Slot Machine; 1890's Large Desk Chair; Vintage Butter Churn; Vintage Quilts; Barn Find Prototype Bicycle Frames?, Tool Chest; Coleman Lanter; 36 x 36 Vintage Maple Butcher Block in Excellent Condition; Vintage Safe with Combination; Barn Find 1890 Popcorn Street Vendor Wagon Bartholomew; and MORE! See photo gallery.
 
Every Wednesday we have people in attendance from all across the country. Many of our customers are here every Wednesday, both buyers and sellers, while every Wednesday there are people in attendance for the very first time. First time or for the last 40 years, we appreciate your business. 
 
If you are interested in selling, give us a call to reserve your auction space. If you are wanting to buy - one time or a box truck full, this is the place!

Photos are uploaded as received by the vendors and each Tuesday evening by 5 pm, so check back often to see what has been added. This sampling of items is a great way to find where you want to start your bidding on the day of the sale!  *Please Note: Day of sale takes precedence over advertised material (listings, captions, photo gallery and print ads). Thank you for understanding.
 

 

Lodging with the Farmstead Inn & Conference Center is right across the road. Our beautiful Inn is open to meet your rooming needs and you can book your stay by calling 260.768.4595, or book online now.