FEBRUARY 2017 MARKET AUCTION
A U C T I O N
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2017 • 10:00 AM CT
“THE AUCTION CENTER”
HWY. 66 EAST, NEW HARMONY, INDIANA
William Wilson Auction & Realty has been authorized to sell the following Personal Property belonging to John H. Paul of St. Wendel, Bob and Delores Lauderdale of St. Wendel, along with several consignors from throughout the region, as follows:
- Nice 1986 El Camino
- Ferguson Tractor and Small Implements
- Antique and Modern Furniture
- Estate Firearms, Coins, and Knives
- Old Barn Finds from St. Wendel
- Large Selection of Tools and Miscellaneous
- And MORE!
Vehicles, Tractors, and Equipment to sell at 12 NOON
EL CAMINO: Outstanding 1986 Chevrolet El Camino; odometer 26,408; excellent condition; garage kept; VIN: 3GCCW80H7GS913244
FIREARMS: Outstanding early steel musket marked “T. Willerding Evansville, IND”; Marlin Model 60W 22 cal LR w/ scope; Mossberg pump action 12 ga 24-in. Slugster; Remington Model 550-1 22 cal single-action short-long or long; Harrington & Richardson Arms 20 ga marked “Topper M48”; Remington Model 510 “The Targetmaster” bolt action 22 cal; Ruger Mark II 22 cal pistol with box and holster
COINS AND CURRENCY: (15) Eisenhower dollars; Indian head pennies; box of Wheat pennies; coin purse of Buffalo nickels; misc. one dollar bills; misc. coin books partially complete including Liberty Head nickels, Mercury Head dimes, etc.
ARROWHEADS AND STONES: (4) showcases of miscellaneous arrowhead points and stones, from Montana and Wyoming; boxes of loose points; mortars and pestles
BELT BUCKLES, KNIVES, PATCHES AND PINS: Large collection of (50+) belt buckles including National Finals Rodeo, Pioneer City Rodeo, The Loner, International Professional Rodeo Association, Winchester, Marlboro, American Cowboy; approx. (25) patches of National Finals Rodeo, Smith &Wesson, Red Dot; nice Buck knife in sheath with original box; Schrade knife with pearl handle in sheath; original Leatherman; approx. (25) pocket knives including Case, Barlow, Old Timer, Buck, and Bulldog; Herter’s World Famous Model 1 Compass; Hohner Blues Harp; misc. lighters and other small advertising items
ADVERTISING COLLECTIBLES: Nice selection of Poseyville collectibles including Joe Tenbarge Texaco, Espenlaub Equipment, Poseyville Feed, Breiner & Uhde; nice original Coca Cola cooler; original Coca Cola clock; Coca Cola trays; (14) vintage Falls City Beer signs; Double Cola barrel; Wabash Brand Pure Lard can; Iris chopped onion tin; Bar-Nunn Evansville boot wedge; and more
DOLLS, BOOKS, GLASSWARE AND STONEWARE: Approx (35) dolls including porcelain face, Heritage Mint, Barbie and others; nice selection of vintage books; Disney record and book set in case; old children’s books; large selection of glassware including over 100 pieces of Moon and Stars, crystal stemware, punch bowls, decanters, milk glass, iris and herringbone, Anchor Hocking, Fire King, child’s tea sets, hen on nests, toothpicks, carnival glass, and much more; approx. (15) crocks and jugs including Uhl 5 brown and white, 10 gal dbl handled jug and others
JOHN WAYNE AND WESTERN COLLECTIBLES; SOUTHWESTERN ART: (6) nice John Wayne framed prints; John Wayne collector plates, decanter and books; large selection of vintage Zane Grey books; boxes of Louis L’Amour books; (6) very nice Stetson and Resistol cowboy hats in boxes; (10+) nicely framed western prints; handmade Indian baskets and pottery; Southwest themed wall hangings
NASCAR AND RACING COLLECTIBLES: AJ Foyt memorabilia including autographed items; Indy 500 programs; (50+) die cast cars from early NASCAR; other racing programs and collectible items
OTHER COLLECTIBLES: Cast iron shoe horns; cookie jars; binoculars; galvanized watering can; decoys; beer steins; vintage fan and desk lamp; copper wash boiler; vintage toys; autographed baseballs including Harmon Killebrew, Johnny Bench, Don Mattingly, Stan Musial; old linens; large gold starred American flag; old telephone; brass spittoons; pipe collection; pocket watch; several items related to the B-17 Flying Fortress; architectural piece from St Wendel Church; old vintage Burroughs adding machine; vintage cameras, lenses and equipment; old Singer sewing machine; nice ice cream table and 2 chairs; wicker baby buggy
ANTIQUE FURNITURE: (2) round oak pedestal dining tables with leaves; oak chiffarobe; oak highboy chest with swivel mirror; walnut dresser with swivel mirror and handkerchief boxes; nice old antique beds; painted white 2-door cupboard; old dining chairs; painted trunk; oak buffet with mirror; oak rectangular library table
MODERN FURNITURE: 2-cushion sofa; leather lift chair; other upholstered chairs; jewelry chests; kneehole desk; occasional tables; drop leaf dining table and rose back chairs; Tell City balloon chairs; (2) dining table and chairs sets; (3) cedar chests; Maple buffet/hitch; Emperor grandmother clock; wire bakers rack; (2) Jenny Lind twin beds; brass king bed; (2) modern standard bedroom suites; Tell City items; multiple sets of bar stools; glider rocker; blonde Kroehler 3-pc bedroom set (no bed); large cabinets and entertainment centers;
APPLIANCES: Frigidaire upright freezers; gas stoves; washer and dryer set; Sears chest freezer; Note: all appliances are older and need cleaning
SURPLUS DRAFTING TABLES AND DESKS: Surplus items from Ivy Tech including (8) Mayline Ranger drafting tables in good shape; (11) smaller computer desks; (6) student desk chairs
TOOLS, POWER EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS: Large selection of every type of handle tool; several gas weedeaters; nice ECHO backpack blower; tackle boxes and fishing equipment; several toolboxes; drill press; Craftsman stacked tool chest; old motors; bee boxes; dollies; Craftsman radial saw; Work Zone generator; treadmill; file cabinets; exercise bikes; picnic table; nice old apple press; several wooden ladders; cast iron kettle; lawn furniture; wheelbarrow; lawn spreader; and (12) wagons loaded with items too numerous to mention
AUCTIONEER′S NOTE: Plan now to attend our outstanding February 2017 Market Auction at The Auction Center in Historic New Harmony. This auction features a great selection and variety of quality merchandise. Bring your truck and plan to spend the day. We have over 5 acres of parking available and a climate controlled auction facility. Call/email for details on sale order. The auction will take place in two rings most of the day.
PREVIEW: Friday, February 10, 2017 • 12:00 NOON – 4:00 PM CT
All announcements the day of the auction take precedence over printed material.
Lunch will be served by The Green Onion and Denise Rapp’s Moveable Feast.
TERMS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash, check with proper ID, Visa and MasterCard accepted. No out-of-state checks without a letter of credit addressed to William Wilson Auction & Realty, Inc. Everything must be settled for the day of auction.
A 5% BUYER’S PREMIUM WILL BE ADDED TO ALL PURCHASES.
From I-64 take Exit 4 to New Harmony. Turn south onto the Thomas F. Mumford Highway (Highway 69 Bypass) and follow to the first exit to New Harmony. “The Auction Center” is located on the north side of Church Street. From Hwy 69, take the north exit to New Harmony and follow to “The Auction Center”.