APRIL 2017 MARKET AUCTION
A U C T I O N
SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 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 featuring the Estate of Bill Moore of Newburgh, the Estate of Charles and Betty Springer of Evansville, and other area consignors.
- Nice Country Collectibles
- Black Americana Collection
- Native American and Southwest Art
- Estate Firearms
- Vintage Electronics
- Nice Quilts
- Antique and Modern Furniture
- Lawn and Garden Equipment
- Landscape Plants, Trees, Hanging Baskets
- And MORE!
COLLECTIBLES: Nice estate collection of country items including Uhl 5-gal jug, stoneware bowls, Bee Sting 2-gal crock; vintage spice rack and advertising tins, Crescent Stove sampler, granite coffee pot, (3) Dazey Churns; Campbell’s soup shelf; collection of Betty Boop items; Raggedy Ann and Andy items; cigar box of old button; cigar box of old cabinet pulls; (8) nice showcases of vintage collectibles including matchbooks, Pepsi items, unique kids’ books, pocket knives, razors, and more; Holland Dairy tray; Meadow Farms and Tell City milk bottles; cuckoo clock; hobby horse rocking chair; Hafner train locomotive; (2) nice French horns in cases; railroad lanterns; approx. (10) hand-sewn quilts in good condition; cast iron collectibles; selection of carnival glass; Heritage Hall Georgia Town House china set; large collection of Black Americana including Little Black Sambo books, advertising tins, and more; porcelain Star Tobacco sign; John Deere toy tractors; 2-man saw; WW2 ephemera; old Vanderburgh County hanging wall map; mounted wrench collection; Le Greuset cookware; Hadi Fez items; old beer taps; vintage marbles; advertising ash trays; old International Truck emblems; washboards; old tin doll furniture; vintage Seth Thomas clock; vintage rotating color wheel; coffee grinders; Avon bottles; oil lamps; miniature spinning wheel; nice old scales; (3) steamer trunks; nice old tongue and groove trunk from Germany; Sampson hot blast stove; vintage military uniforms
ELECTRONICS: (11) RCA Dimensia 3-way loudspeakers in boxes; RCA Dimensia amplifier, A/V control center, equalizer, cassette decks; Hitachi and Sony DVD players; Crosley record and CD player; vintage Sony Stereo Music System
FIREARMS: Marlin Model 70 22 LR; Savage Sporter 22 LR bolt action; Daisy Powerline 856 Pellet gun; Daisy Heddon Model 30/30 “Buffalo Bill Scout”
ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Walnut knock down wardrobe; oak drop-front secretary; nice old kitchen cabinet; 6-tin pie safe; 4-tin modern cabinet; several old rocking chairs; 2-drawer table with granite top; poplar drop-leaf table; (2) nice old wooden churns; nice 3-quarter bed; Brunswick record player
LIVING ROOM FURNITURE: Rowe 4-pc matching upholstered sofa, chair, loveseat, ottoman set; wing back chairs; several occasional tables; several floor lamps;
DINING ROOM FURNITURE: Mid-century Kroehler 3 pc. dining suite; Tell City drop-leaf table and (4) chairs; Tell City round dining table and (4) chairs; round pedestal table and (4) chairs; oval Cochrane oak dining table and (4) chairs; (5) nice oak ladder back dining chairs
BEDROOM FURNITURE: Matching chest and dresser sets; mid-century 3-piece suite; standard size mahogany bed; twin bed; modern standard size bed
OTHER ITEMS: Round glass china cabinet; roll-top desks; hall tree; bakers rack; glider rockers; very nice Cable console piano; and several more pieces too numerous to mention
MOWERS, LAWN & GARDEN, TOOLS, MISCELLANEOUS: JD X300 lawn tractor; Snapper Rider zero turn; Craftsman snow blower; (7) push mowers; nice stainless gas grill; Rubbermaid outdoor storage boxes; patio furniture; aluminum wheel chair ramps; several flower pots; Brinley pull behind lawn spreader; dozens of handle tools; hose reel; wheelbarrow; 14″x40″ wood lathe; table saw; drill press; Coleman Powermate 1850; shop vacs; dog crates; aluminum extension ladders; fiberglass step ladders; tool boxes full of tools; extension cords; vise; electric leaf blowers; Craftsman sawzall in case; fishing tackle and rods/reels; Homelite chain saw; Kirby vacuum; wooden step ladders; Hawk scroll saw on stand; (4) file cabinets; card tables; Golds Gym power spinner; ATV jack; pallets of home goods and decorations of all types; (12) flatbed wagons full of items too numerous to mention
AUCTIONEER′S NOTE: Plan now to attend our outstanding April 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, April 21, 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”.