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Day 2 - Windy Hill Antiques Auction

Personal Property

Location: 401 Harvester Dr., Chillicothe, MO

9 a.m. Saturday, September 23rd, 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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WINDY HILL ANTIQUES AUCTION • DAY 2

Saturday, September 23, 2023 at 9:00 A.M. CST

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


LOCATION

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).

 

AUCTION REPRESENTATIVES

David May - (660) 973-9523

Josh Teter - (660) 734-2111


CROCKS, CHURNS, BOWLS, STONEWARE

Over 100 fine examples of crocks, churns, bowls, and stoneware pitchers including Red Wing 15 gal water jar (w/ spigot); SS Pierce jugs (Boston, MA); Ruckels jug (1 gal); Blue band (1 gal, x2); Blue band water cooler (3 gal, w/ lid, spigot); Western “Cold Drink” water cooler (5 gal); miniature stone jugs (x5+); brown jugs (2 gal); brown-white jug (3 gal); Blue band pickle crock (5 gal, w/ bail, lid); “Boy-Girl” blue-white stone water cooler(w/ lid); Red Wing churn (5 gal, 4 gal); Marshall churn (2 gal, blue bands); McComb stone churn (5 gal); stone churn (4gal); stone churn lids (10+); Red Wing crocks (x3, 4gal, one w/ handles); Western crock (6 gal x2); Union crock (5 gal); White Hall (5 gal); Ruckels crock (5 gal); salt glaze crock (2 gal); stone crock lids (15”, 13”); Red Wing spongeware bowl; Red Wing bowls (x2); Morton spongeware covered casserole; 12” crock bowls (x3); stone crock bowls (x15+, blue, white, banded, and many others); blue band 4 pc nesting bowls set; Weir stone jar (#2, 2qt); Stern stone canning jar; Red Wing cookie jar; Watt pottery including covered bowl, pitchers (x4); platter, spaghetti bowl; serving bowls (x7); Blue banded chamber pot (w/ lid); stone chicken waterer (w/ base); stone pitchers (x10+, spongeware, blue fruit, boy-girl, blue, white, and others); Western stone poultry feeder; and others!

ANTIQUE FURNITURE

A nice run of 50+ pieces of antique furniture including a One-of-a-kind oak teller/store counter (frosted glass etched “ANTIQUES”, 96”x24”); oak Hoosier cabinet (slag glass); oak ladies dresser; oak dressers (3 drawer x3, 4 drawer x2, others); oak gentleman’s dresser; oak “Hotel” washstand (mirror, towel bars); oak washstands (x4); oak display case; oak drop side dining table; oak clerk desk; oak pressed back chairs (x6); oak library table; oak high-back headboard/ footboard bed frames (x2); wood cradle; Bird’s eye maple rope bed; cherry rope bed; oak icebox; oak pew (48”); writing desk (pine); oak barrister case (4 sections); pine storage box; pine cabinet; oak side table; round dining table; oak square dining table (5 leg, 3 leaves); oak 54” round dining table; spring board seat; oak back bar; oak parlor tables; blanket chest; wood shelves; toy chest; 4’x8’ pocket door; Eastlake style dresser; oak top lift ice box; oak folding high chair; small wood display curio cabinets (x2); oak bookcase; oak dresser (serpentine front, mirror); oak rocker; mahogany Queen Anne desk; domed trunk; quilt rack; oak high chair; oak stick and ball parlor table; youth rocker; youth school chairs; misc. wood chairs (x10+); NICE iron-brass bed frame; and others!

PRIMITIVES & COUNTRY COLLECTIBLES

Rare Stimpson store counter scale (originally from Farmersville, MO); lots of doilies, dresser scarves, tea towels, linens; candle mold; enamelware (pitchers, bowls); wood decoys (geese x2, ducks x4); glass washboards (x3); rug beaters (x3); Dazey churns (#60, 4 qt); wood hat mold; Novelty clothes wringer on wood stand; license plates; brass buckets; minnow trap; large lot of primitives including scales, scoops, kitchen, hammers, levels, mallets, wrenches, augers, and more; BN RR padlock; barn/grain scales; folding draw knife; cast iron skillets (x6); primitive wood-metal coal scoop; wood handled seed scoop; wood rake; milk bottles; child’s stepback cupboard; brass swiss cow bell; wood drying racks; quilts (x6+); Victorian manicure set; full sized mannequin; kerosene lamps (x5+, Aladdin, clear, etc): weather vanes (complete with horse vane, glass ball); copper bucket; wood rolling pins (x10+); round wood butter churn; wash tub stand; round galvanized tubs (x5); square tub on stand; reel mower; metal lawn chairs (x3); metal lawn glider; wood sleds (x2); copper fire extinguishers (x2); youth sleigh; Fairbanks platform scales; beam balance scales; GWTW lamps (x4); sad irons; hand corn planter; chocolate mold; croquet sets; dough bowl (18”x48”); soda crates; soda bottles (x100+); “American Made” knife display case; plus 40+ boxes packed away and unseen at time of listing, come and see!!

SIGNS, ADVERTISING, PRINTS

Etched glass door windows (dog hunting scene 24”x30”, deer scene 23”x32”); “Wood, Stubbs & Company” frames nursery advertisement; “Woodward’s Candy” framed advertisement; Barbasol jar; advertising thermometers (Nature’s Remedies, 30”, T&R Soil, others); prints (x6+); and more!

GLASSWARE

Fiesta ware; bride’s baskets (x6+, red, pressed, others); Blue Onion (Canisters, spice jars, salt-peppers); pink depression glass (Cabbage Rose, cracker jar, pitcher, etc); cobalt blue dishes; flow blue platter; painted china bowls; toothpicks (x25+); game plates; and other items to be added by sale day!

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