Teter Auction Service - Laclede, MO 64651

Day 1 - Windy Hill Antiques Auction

Personal Property

Location: 401 Harvester Dr., Chillicothe, MO

9 a.m. Saturday, September 16th, 2023
Dr. Clark and Sandy Gwin spent many years traveling across the midwest attending auctions and following their passion. They developed an eye for quality, and you won’t be disappointed in the items you will find at this auction! They owned and operated Windy Hill Antiques for over 20 years and have closed their store and will be selling the following at the Chillicothe Elks Lodge, Chillicothe, MO.
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Saturday, September 16, 2023 at 9:00 A.M. CST

Auction Venue: Sale to be held onsite - 401 Harvester Dr., Chillicothe, MO 64601


Dr. Clark and Sandy Gwin spent many years traveling across the midwest attending auctions and following their passion. They developed an eye for quality, and you won’t be disappointed in the items you will find at this auction! They owned and operated Windy Hill Antiques for over 20 years and have closed their store and will be selling the following at the Chillicothe Elks Lodge, Chillicothe, MO. On South Washington Street/ Highway 65, go east on Ryan Lane (Chillicothe Post Office) for 3 blocks to the sale location. Elks Lodge entry and parking on the south end of the building. Follow the Auction signs on sale day! Lunch and restrooms will be available on the grounds. Not responsible for accidents, errors, or omissions. Announcements sale day take precedence. 

Auctioneers Note: One of the best antique auctions of the year. Every item sells absolute with no reserve and no buyers premium. Plan to attend this live auction with buyers seated in a climate-controlled facility for a good portion of the sale!


Additional Note: All items in this auction are subject to Missouri state sales tax. If you are sales tax exempt, you will be required to fill out the Sales and Use Tax Exemption Certificate (Form 149).



David May - (660) 973-9523

Josh Teter - (660) 734-2111


Over 125 fine examples of crocks, churns, bowls, and stoneware pitchers including Red Wing “Koverwate”; rare Red Wing stone chicken waterer; Red Wing jugs (5 gal x3, 3 gal, 2 gal., 1 gal,  ½ gal w/ bail); Red Wing water cooler (5 gal, w/ spigot); Red Wing crocks (2 gal x2); Red Wing bowl; Benton and Myers jug (Cleveland, Ohio, w/ bail); Blue Band crocks (x2); Garden City (2 gal crock); White Hall (15 gal crock, 10 gal crock, 2 gal crock); beehive salt glazed crock (2 gal); Pittsburg (10 gal crock); Blue Band (2 gal water cooler, 5 gal jug); Western (8 gal crock, 5 gal jug, 6 gal crock, 5 gal crock, 4 gal crock); Blue Ribbon (10 gal crock x3, 2 gal jug); 20 gal Perfection Sanitary Self-Draining Crock; LH Olivier (1 gal jug, Sherbrooke, Ohio); Fulper “Germ proof” (1 gal crock); Myer-Blanke (1 gal jug); Flemish salt glaze “Ice-Water” (5 gal crock, w/ spigot); unsigned stone jugs (x15, some with bails); Union (4 gal crock); unsigned crocks (1 gal, 2 gal, 5 gal); “Clover” 2 gal crock; shoulder jug (1 gal, w/ bail); Harris, Morwill, and Son (1 gal jug, Schenectady, NY); Red Wing churns (5 gal, 4 gal, 3 gal, unusual 2 gal); Monmouth Pottery churn (6 gal); Brown stone butter churns (2 gal x2, 4 gal); Brown-White stone butter churns (4 gal, 5 gal); Western butter churns  (2 gal, 5 gal); Ideal Sanitary Water bowl, (model B, Morristown, MN); Watt bowl (12”x6”); stone bowls (x35+, light blue, dark blue, blue banded x3, white); 12” stone bowls (blue, white); Andresen Market (Auburn NE, stone bowl); 3”x1” stone bowls; Stone pitchers (Morton, spongeware, Roseville banded, blue stoneware, Indian, blue cow, salt glazed, blue barrel x2, Handarbeit, blue banded x2, deer, Watt, grape; Stone jars including hard to find Western ½ gal, others; Butter crock (blue-gray, with lid and bail); Roseville butter crock; salt crock; stone foot warmer; stoneware vase (cross hatch, floral, salt glazed); horseradish crock; chamber pot; and many more to be added by sale day!


Beautiful corner cabinet (18 pane, domed door); unusual oak 2 drawer teller change cabinet; oak sideboard; oak ice box; piano chair; stepback cupboard (pine, 40”x72”); pie safe (pine, 2 drawers over 2 doors, screen sides); wood shelves; parlor table; Gingerbread clocks (New Haven, others); beveled mirrors (x2); oak parlor tables; oak index file; oak file cabinet (2 drawer); oak curio cabinet; oak corner cabinet; wall mounted curio cabinet; child’s oak chair; oak-glass display cabinet; wood shelves (pine, 5’x6’, x4); writing desk (pine); oak stool; oak parlor tables; modern oak end tables (x2); Coats spool cabinet; pine wash stand; oak barrel back chair; wood bookcases (x4+); barrister style display cabinets (x2); maple drop front desk; primitive pine cabinet (2 doors, 5 shelves); oak sewing rocker; modern oak entertainment stand; oak TV stand; modern oak end tables (x2); 45” round oak table (cut to 16”); oak buffet mirrored top; wood cradle; oak wash stand (x2); oak dresser (3 drawer); oak dresser (2 over 2 drawers); oak youth chairs (x4); and more!


Oak National cash register; unusual cast iron range blue tea kettle; Sure-Start brass fire starter; wood wagon wheels (39”, x2); hay fork; kerosene cans (x5); 12” wood pulley; 2-man crosscut saws (x2); ice tongs; hay hooks; hand scythes; push cultivator (w/ attachments); child’s wagon; branding irons (x2); meat grinder; small wood step ladders (x2); oak doors (on hanging rollers, 32” x4, 36”x1, w/ track); metal lawn chairs (x2); galvanized tubs (round x6, square on stands x2); wood benches (x2); yard windmill; garden tools (rakes, shovels, etc.); metal pulleys; wood mallets; wood cheese box; old kitchen utensils (25+); Magnalite aluminum dutch oven (lid, handle); Fairbanks postal scales (iron, brass); National washboards (x2); “Dog and Suds” mugs (x6); Longaberger baskets; Rogers flatware (84 pc, “Remembrance”); wooden canes and walking sticks (x25+); cast iron corn bread; cast iron match safe; cast iron bill hooks; cast iron Terrier door stop; cast iron basket door stope; cast iron cat bank; cast iron enamel bucket; corn dryer; stone mortar-pestle; Edison battery jar lid; Cupid Awake-Asleep set; wooden rake; brass faced scales (x2); Dazey glass churns (#40, x4, #60); 4 qt glass churn; galvanized can (5 gal); copper jello molds, mugs, utensils; wall coffee grinder; “P.O. Dept” hanging scales; knives (hunting including Queen, Utica, others); blue fruit jars; soda water bottles; enamelware (ladles x2, bucket, large coffee); kraut cutters (x2); folding kitchen utility cart; rug beater; sewing buttons, thread; canning supplies; hand lanterns; wood butter molds; cow bell; brass stick telephone; sad irons (Dover, wood handles, sleeve, others); school bells (x5, brass, iron, etc); metal cookie cutters (x50+); unusual stone cemetery vase; rolling pins (wooden x15+, stone); floral lamp; marbles (x5 jars); hat pin holders; XL Foley mill; Salt and Pepper sets; pie bird; wood bowls; wood coffee grinder; candle mold; seed scoops; coffee tins; lightning rod (x2); lightning rod balls (white, x3); sleigh bells; round wood butter churn; “Lucky Tiger” tobacco box; wood yardsticks (x20+); wood water can; copper boiler (w/ lid); tire ashtrays; watering can; wood egg crate (3 doz., 6 doz.); “End of the Trail” bronze statue (8”); “Flying Eagle” wood child wagon; Kent bicycles (26”, like new, x2); dove-tailed vise; Hornbeck jar; old comic books; glass minnow trap; hat stand; metal cider jug; Dutch blue canister set (14 pc); wood keg (5 gal, w/ spigot); quilts (x3); clocks (Regulator, mantle, wall); barn, B&T, and well pulleys (x15+, wood, metal); advertising thermometers (x6+, Coke, MFA, Deere, others); triple beam balance; “Flying A” gas can (2 gal); paper rollers (x2); treadle sewing machine; Dilution Gravity cream separator; lard press; old license plates (x50+); egg baskets (x2); hand fire extinguishers; vintage goat wagon; oak wall telephone; metal toys (Tonka, Structo, others); oak shipping crate; fruit crates; Twist metal spool cabinet; 7UP cooler; implement manuals; and other items to be found by sale day!


VERY RARE Altman-Taylor “Starving Rooster” cast iron threshing ornament; stop sign; Fleckenstein beer print (framed, matted); advertising thermometers (x10+, Coke, MFA, Deere, others); “Sweet Pea” yardlong; “Yard of Chickens” yardlong; “City Federation of Women’s Clubs”, Chillicothe, MO brass plaque; Prudential Insurance Agent brass plaque; Southwestern Bell tool bags (x2); Southwestern Bell (porcelain, double sided); Schroeder tire gauge; DeLaval advertising cow; advertising cards; key fobs; “Toys and Dolls” framed metal sign; MoorMan feed sign; Golden Sun feed sign; Remington ammo box; Western ammo box; Club box; Seven-Up sign; Dr. Pepper sign; Michelob beer sign; Klein Tool sign; Mycojen seed sign; Asgrow sign; Hubbard feed sign; Sun oil sign; Lawn and Garden sign; Custom Bend Grain and Feed sign; Pfister seed sign (double sided corn ear); ReMax; RR; WillCross; city street signs; several Victorian prints beautifully framed; Goetz beer box (wood, hinged lid); and more.


Bride’s baskets; wall pockets (x12+); cake stands; toothpicks (x15+, including satin 3 faced); ruby flashed cups; candy containers (Army hat, dog, car, rabbits, chickens, others); salt dips (40+); tea leaf china; painted china bowls; alphabet bowls; and much more to be present on sale day!


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