Two-Day Hageman Auction

Location: 1104 East 5th St (Legion Hall), Maryville, MO
PLEASE NOTE: With the passing of Lee Hageman, his wife Edee, has moved to a new residence. She will offer, at public auction, many of their antiques and other personal property. Doors open to preview at 3pm on Friday.
. Friday October 13th, 2017 - Saturday October 14th, 2017


MODERN FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, HOUSEHOLD: Very clean furniture. Lazy Boy recliner; Fisher and Paykel elec. clothes dryer and washing machine; 2 oak, 2drawer file cabinets; oak cabinet; clean hide-a-bed divan; infrared heaters; swivel rocker; wooden book case; wooden storage cabinets; lighted display cabinet; kitchen service island on rollers; 2 small flat screen TV’s; potted plants; Amana glass top elec. range; small appliances; pots and pans; other kitchen items; Brother CE4000 portable sewing machine. There are several boxes in storage that have not been unpacked. Come see what we find.


GLASS AND CHINA: Lefton glass animals; many other glass and ceramic animals and bird figurines; Lenox crystal cat salt and pepper; Fenton birds; 12” Murano vase; 8” Moroccan amethyst vase; Enesco Crow Country figure; Pyres; dog figures. There will be more glass items from the unpacked boxes.


TOYS: Some are not complete. Tonka fire truck; grain wagon; Tonka jeep w/dump bed; Tonka back hoe; Tonka dump truck; Nylint skid loader; Tonka road grader; Ertl box wagon; Ertl IH tractor; Marx semi; Structo semi; two 1953 Ford Crestliner Sunliner die cast convertibles; Ertl F-20 die cast tractor; Ertl John Deere model G die cast tractor; 1948 die cast Ford F-1 pickup; Red Ryder picture record; Red Ryder story book w/cover; other toy items.


MODERN SHOP TOOLS AND LAWN & GARDEN: Jet Shop-Line 12” band saw; Delta 10” table saw; 8’ aluminum step ladder; older bench top drill press; Craftsman rotary trim cutter; ½” hammer drill; 18V Ryobi cordless drill; 6” bench grinder; 4” joiner; De Walt ½” hammer drill; Skil 12V cordless drill; Pull yard wagon w/steel mesh box; Shop organizers full of screws, bolts, nuts, nails and other useful items; Craftsman bolt cutters; Pulsar 3 gal. 1/3hp air compressor; drill bits; Enco 1” belt sander; steel cabinet with 33 drawers 9” wide; 2 variable speed flex-shaft grinders; Delta drill bit set; Delta chop saw; several tool boxes; lawn and garden tools; Remington extendable elec. chain saw; come-along; B&D 3 in 1 sander; frame clamps; Forstner bits; saw blades; new Perfor 4” x 36” belt sander; Cosco kitchen step ladder; other items.




ANTIQUE FURNITURE: sells at 11:30 am. Oak case Victor Victrola VV80 #141764-excellent condition; 44” wide oak S-curve roll top desk; swivel oak desk chair; Cherry chest of drawers with birds eye maple front; walnut formal drop leaf dining table; oak curved back arm chair; oak side chair w/crested top rail; oak slat back arm rocker; oak arm rocker w/padded back; oak case Howard Miller regulator clock; oak smoking stand; oak Hi-Boy dresser w/mirror; oak dresser w/marble top; walnut country style side table; oak post coat rack; storage trunk w/curved edges; “Alaska” oak ice box w/original interior; Mission oak Library table; Walnut wall display cabinet; wood framed medicine cabinet; walnut frame show case 16” tall.


ANTIQUES, PRIMITIVES AND COLLECTIBLES: Henry Troemner, walnut framed Pharmacists scales w/beveled glass; Rock Island Line railroad lantern w/short red globe; brass signal lantern; Kellogg oak wall telephone-complete; 50 copper printers blocks with advertising to include Shell Oil, Millers Bran Flakes, Union Pacific RR, Texaco, MFA, Red Cross, Fame Cherries, Sweeny’s Poison Wheat, many others; cast iron bird and duck door stops; framed formation stages of actual Oysters and pearls-very cool; Donald Duck bakelite pencil sharpener; US Star mail badge; bullet pencils; Sheaffer’s white dot pen; Mr. Peanut view top pencil; old ink blotters; 47 Indian Head pennies; Cable Spinning Equipment brass paper wt; 1928 Brookfield Butter calendar; Art Nouveau cast iron desk lamp; tin types; yard long photo of Fort Riley; 1902 Friedman Shoe Co note book; 78 rpm records-label include Silvertone, Gray Gull, Columbia, Cameo, Gennett, Victor, others; old door knobs; brass comb w/wire handle; brass 3 blade propeller; 1935 Kansas license plates; 1952 license plate tag; sterling salt spoons; nice sea shells; old watch parts; Hotel Gayoso door key; 2 boxes of paper wrapped cut jewelers jewels; pocket knives to enc. Wyeth w/ green & gold sand stone handle, Ulster Boy Scout w/emblem, Remington bone handle, others; Tin Perfection main spring box; Elgin National GM Wheeler OF pocket watch-runs; 4 brass military buttons-old; Deere-Mansur cast iron planter lid; Red Dot cigar tin 10 for 50 cents; 1898 Litho Point of Major WM Shafter; Boomerang; Cathedral etching-signed; cast iron tobacco cutter-broken; Eagle Veri-Thin pencil display cabinet w/pencils; Pelouze postal scale; stoneware Mercury bottle; 2 & 3 gal. Red Wing crocks; brass elevator button cover; black Emerson table fan-runs; lightning rods and balls; old bottles; framed tobacco silks display; JR Landenberger bird print-signed; watch chain & fob w/black onyx; hammered copper pot; 3 horn, powder horns; wooden cod fish box; type setter drawers; throwing horse shoes; wooden wagon wheel hubs; framed embroidered table cover; Kuna Indian framed Mola embroidered cats; FRD mail brass padlock; tube of gold sand from Dixie mine; Guckenheimer & Bros Distillers wooden box; oak display case; old oil on canvas of Pharmacist, signature not readable-damage; Water Color sea scape by Edwin T Schwabe-1913; small pinball game-not complete; other items.


AGATES, ROCKS, PETRIFIED WOOD: to be sold as singles and small groups. Agates to include Lake Superior, Peelers, Candy Stripers; Brazil, Lapis, Honey, others; Lepidodendron fossils; Nodaway County petrified wood-some large pieces; red slag glass piece; quartz crystals; rocks from other states; bolo tie made from dinosaur bone; slabs; polished agates; Montana agates; Geodes; Septarian; more.



TOOLS-ANTIQUE, BLACKSMITHING, JEWELERS, AND LAPIDARY: Hand crank cast iron milling machines for wire and flat metal; 100 lb anvil-England; Blowhorn stake anvil; Beakhorn stake anvil; one other stake anvil; Rock Island bench vise; Bausch & Lomb tilting, stereo Gem Scope with 3 sliding objectives; forming, chasing, planishing and riveting hammers; 3 old jewelers engraving ball vises; rock cutter; rock polishers and grinders; Germany & Millers Falls jewelers saws; draftsman’s drawing set; jewelers anvil; dapping punches; swiss pattern files; 4 wooden  chests for small tools w/lift tops; Triumph ultrasonic jewelry cleaner; surface gage; smelting tools; rolls of brass and copper wire; 2 steel ring sizers; shaping tool set; setting burrs; rubberized abrasive polishing wheels; carving tools; sharpening stones; small cabinet w/jewelry links, snaps, chain, etc; wood & brass jewelers hand vises w/shims; several boxes of scrap silver, copper and brass plus scrap sterling and gold jewelry; many tools and related items  not mentioned.


NWMSU POTTERY, AND ART WORK: Many interesting pieces by former students and faculty to include ‘Bernie’, Robertson, Roberts, Huffman, Koerble, Brantman, Estes, Nelsen, Dyche, VanSickle, VanVoorst, Spradling, Bahnemann, Carstenson, Falcone, Laber, Broderick, Nickell, Damron, others.


BOOKS: 1885 Scribner’s Lumber and Log Book For Ship & Boat Builders; Illustrated History of Civil War; Books on animals, birds and plants, Children’s books; 1901 Abe Lincoln’s Yarns and Stories; 1879 Harper’s Monthly #353; 1898 Child’s Natural History; 1887 Earth, Sea and Sky; 1901 Life of William McKinley; 1910 Marvelous Career of Teddy Roosevelt; 1898 Our Country At War; 1892 Signal Light; 1857 Heaven; 1889 Art Edition of Shakespeare; many others.




Auctioneers Kermit Goslee 660 582-0776

Steve Espey 660 541-0989

Liz Espey 660 254-1769

Clerks Rhonda Goslee and Deloris Shipley

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