|Stoneware, Roseville Art Pottery, Brass Front Scales... and much, much MORE!|
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STONEWARE: Red Wing Jars-15, 12, 10 and 5 gal; Red Wing Union 2 gal Birch Leaf; 12 gal Blue Band; 10 and 5 gal Western; 1 gal cone top jug; Ironstone chamber pot w/lid; cone top jug w/lava splash; possibly others.
ROSEVILLE ART POTTERY: 42 pieces all in very clean condition. MAGNOLIA 386-12” basket, Cornucopia 185-8” vase, 180 vase and 383-7” vase; CLEMATIS 187-7” vase, 166-7” vase, 193-6” cornucopia, console set, 667-4” planter, Book End set, 111-10” vase, 17-10” Ewer, 50 Flower Frog, 119 split handle Flower Frog and 191-5” double vase; APPLE BLOSSOM B 309-8” basket and 382-7” vase; POPPY 335-6” vase; GARDENIA 686-10” vase; FRESSIA sugar and creamer; SNOWBERRY 661-4” jardinière, 1WX planter and Tea Pot; THORN APPLE 816-8” vase; BUSH BERRY sugar and creamer, 657 planter, 978-4” vase and 28-4” vase; ZEPHER LILY vase; other pieces.
OTHER POTTERY: Old Sleepy Eye pitchers 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 inch, measurements are approximate. Old Sleepy Eye mug; Old Sleepy Eye stein-has broken handle, some chips and stains. NWMSU type vase signed Taylor; Shawnee Toby and Bo Peep pitchers; Hull 11-8 ½” pitcher vase; Warwick tankard-Champion Rodney Stone bulldog; Weller vase.
BRASS FRONT SCALES: All polished. 3 Star; Landers 25 lb; Pelouze 20 and 200 lb double dial; Chatillon 500 lb, 24 lb, 50 lb, 100 lb and 200 lb Iron Clad; Forschners 50 and 25 lb; Hanson 100 lb; Excelsior 50 lb; Hanson Texas Cotton 160 lb; Brass scale beam; hanging scales w/painted deer scene; other small scales.
ROYAL DOULTON LADY FIGURINES: Kristy HN2381; Sweet Poetry HN4113; Ninette HN2379; Bon Voyage HN3866; Charlotte HN4092; Paisley Shawl HN1988; Anna HN4095; The Last Waltz HN2315; Top O The Hill HN1833; Childhood Days; Lady April.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE: sells at 11 am. Outstanding oak wash stand w/towel bar; oak wash stand w/brass pulls; single door Early American book case w/pressed wood; Telephone Operators chair; 2 drawer oak chest; flat top trunk-reconditioned; foot stool w/needle point top. MODERN FURNITURE AND OTHER ITEMS: 4 Coca Cola bar stools; ‘White’ oak treadle sewing machine; tile top coffee table; pine full bed head board; table lamps; high back office chair; Panasonic CD/radio with speakers; hassock; homemade rock tumbler; cookie jar; copper ash bucket brass quilt rack.
BEER STEINS: Miller Ducks Unlimited; Miller GREAT AMERICAN ACHIEVEMENTS to inc. Kitty Hawk no marks, Trans Continental RR 3rd, 1908 Model T 2nd, 1st Man On The Moon 5th; BIRTH OF A NATION to inc. Signing Of The Declaration 2nd, Paul Revere 1st and Washington Crossing The Delaware 3rd.
WILDLIFE MOUNTS: 2 White Tail Deer head & neck; White Tail horns; Male and Female Mallard Ducks.
PAINTINGS: Framed water color by W E Adkins 1930 store scene of Frankiser Mainline Store Graham, Mo. 2 other water colors by Adkins of Graham scenes.
FENTON LAMP: Blue Opalescent Diamond Optic table lamp.
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: 2 brass fire extinguishers; Hubley cast iron Aunt Jemima bank; 2 qt butter churn-aluminum paddle; 4 qt Dazey slope shoulder butter churn; leather handle ice tongs; rug beaters; brass hand school bell; brass sleigh bells; cast iron pot w/lid; counter candy jar full of cookie cutters; Flower Garden quilt-hand sewn; Wedding Ring quilt-hand sewn; baby quilt; Lyle Club Autograph quilt-hand sewn; 1977 McCormick Elvis bust canister; pulley wheels; blow torch; granite ware items; wicker doll buggy; barn lanterns; Coleman brass lantern; 1977 & 95 Longaberger Halloween baskets; other Longaberger; buttons; 4 copper boilers w/copper lids; Miller Lite mirror-fish; quail painting by B Miller; Phares Oil yardstick; Carnival cane-dice; wash boards; Citizen Bank Graham, Mo match box holder; Graham Hardware & Supply thermometer; Smith Hardware Maitland, Mo nutmeg grater; kraut cutters; copper tea & coffee pots; clay marbles; 14 jars of machine made marbles; Kneale Produce Graham, Mo Sweet Lassie thermometer; Barnard State Bank chain framed thermometer w/Victorian Ladies; Graham, Mo Cash Store silhouette adv; Bank of Skidmore bag; Campbell Kids clock; Coca Cola collectibles; 4’ x 18” colored glass window; Perfection Heater; Skillcraft #415 microscope; Kerosene lamps; Holiday decorations; cranberry Fenton vase; slag glass table lamp; Shirley Temple pitcher; alphabet blocks; lap coffee grinder; lead shot bags; toy wagon; Winchester, Hamilton and Iver Johnson advertisements; Howard Miller regulator clock; Play School toys; other items not mentioned.
SUE SANDERS, OWNER
KERMIT GOSLEE AUCTIONS MARYVILLE, MO.
Auctioneers: Kermit Goslee 660 582-0776 Steve Espey 660 541-0989 Liz Espey 660 254-1769
Clerks Rhonda Goslee and Deloris Shipley
Terms cash, Checks taken with positive ID, Lunch, Statements sale day take precedence.
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