Porter Public Auction

Real Estate, Personal Property

Location: Rock Barn, 1211 Oklahoma Ave., Trenton, MO

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10 a.m. Saturday, August 24th, 2019
Real Estate, Antiques & Collectibles, Household, Indian Artifacts and Coins
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REAL ESTATE, PERSONAL PROPERTY OF GEAN & DOROTHY PORTER ESTATE SALE

 

Real Estate: Quality built 3 bedroom ranch style home sitting on about 1/2 acre. Built by Gean Porter using the best materials available at the time. Original features include Pella windows, durable redwood siding, hardwood floors, mahogany wood paneling w/built-ins, cedar lined closets, and heatilator fireplace w/insert. Living room, dining room, eat-in kitchen, and sizable floored storage area above garage. Newer energy efficient heat pump w/natural gas furnace backup & central air (installed 2010 & 2011), and newer roof. Furnace serviced January 2019. New sewer (2019), new exterior paint (2018), and new rain gutters w/leaf guards (2018). All kitchen appliances stay with house. Real Estate Terms: 10% down day of sale with remainder due at closing, within 30 days.

 

Antiques & Collectibles: Walnut marble top wash stand, 2 walnut marble top dressers one w/mirror, Eastlake arm chair & matching platform rocker, 2 round oak pedestal tables, oak chairs, Mission oak recliner, large collection of fine antique china, figurines, and glassware (including German and Austrian plates, bowls & misc. pieces, carnival glass, art glass, cut glass, etc.), wicker baby buggy, collection of antique dolls, doll chairs, camel back doll trunk, crocks and jugs, collection of cookie jars, pitchers, salt & pepper shakers, and figurines (Shawnee, McCoy, etc.), Dazey #20 churn, several antique clocks, Hummel figurines, Acme Jr. metal ice cream freezer, Longaberger and other collectable baskets, brass buckets, bird cage, Grundy County History, 1957 Trenton Centennial history book and button, rare 1902 Grand River College Program, 1952 Edinburg School Yearbook, Trenton yearbooks, collection of RR books, (locomotive manuals, Rock Island, etc.), collectable bottles and fruit jars, collection of antique wood planes, antique spinning wheel, cast iron items, kitchen primitives, Aladdin lamps, stoneware Mason jars, bow saw, camel back trunk, antique wall telephone, antique stereo viewer, large copper apple butter kettle, large brass kettle, vintage calendars, hardbound issues American Heritage, 1950's industrial arts magazines; WWII wool overcoat, old school and historical books, hornet's nest, large rattlesnake skin, sad irons, Masonic items including swords, pins & books, clarinet, vintage board games.

 

Household: Dutalier glider and ottoman, nice sofa, sofa sleeper, maple dining table and chairs, maple hutch, mahogany desk, several bookcases, small recliner, jewelry cabinet, twin maple bookcase headboard, coffee table, lift chair w/heat and massage, power hospital bed, 4 ladderback chairs, Rainbow sweeper, Oreck sweeper, Shark floor cleaner, cedar chest, wicker plant stand, Maytag washer and dryer, set of Haviland china, filing cabinet, Kenmore sewing machine w/cabinet, 32” flat screen TV & stand, boom box, end table w/drawer, lamps, microwave, small appliances, luggage, canning equipment, holiday decor, many books, yard tools.

 

Indian Artifacts and Coins: Large artifact accumulation including stone axes, celts, arrowheads, grinding stones, and much misc. Trade bead ear ornaments, boar tusk bracelets, and horsehair/scalp lock (all very old). Coin collection in 11 partially filled Whitman coin folders including Barber dimes & quarters, Standing Liberty quarters, etc. 

 

Note: Gean and Dorothy were avid collectors and had an extensive knowledge of antiques and glassware. This is only a partial listing of the items to sell. Please don't miss this sale!  

 

Terms:  Cash or good check only.  Statements made on sale day take precedence over any printed materials. No items removed until settled for.  Not responsible for accidents or theft.  Concessions available.  Restrooms provided.

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Porter Public Auction


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