ANTIQUE - DAY 3 Auction

Location: 1104 East 5th St (Legion Hall), Maryville, MO
10:30 AM Sunday March 18th, 2018
Doors open at 8:30 am for Preview.

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Welcome to day 3 of the Bill and Cheryle Protzman collection auction.


ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Sells at 1 pm. Large 2 door oak book case approx. 46” wide; oak framed store counter display case with curved front glass-this case is fabulous; oak serpentine front buffet; oak flat front buffet w/beveled mirror; walnut framed Victorian mirror from dresser; walnut Victorian style shaving mirror w/candle shelves; child’s bentwood /wicker seat chair; ball & claw foot piano stool; possibly other furniture.


STONEWARE AND POTTERY: 2 gallon stone jug in wicker holder; 8 gal. Red Wing bail handle jar; 3 gal. Red Wing butter churn; two 5 gal. jugs; Western 5 gal. jar; Red Wing #2 Petal crock lid-measures 8” on bottom rim; 2 gal Red Wing butter churn; 2 gal Red Wing jar; 2 gal Western jar; 6 gal Buckeye jar; McComb 1 qt canning jar; 4 gal blue band crown mark water cooler-no spigot; Hall Red Poppy bowls, pitcher, salt & pepper and platter; COOKIE JARS to include McCoy covered wagon, Shawnee Puss & Boots, Musn’t Forget girl, Brush Rabbit, cat, McCoy train engine, McCoy stove, Ladies head, McCoy jug, Apple, McCoy Penguin, McCoy tea pot, Mammy; Roseville Ming vase; Meakin ironstone wash stand pitcher; Franciscan apple ware dishes; Frankoma, Ridgeway semi-porcelain casserole and platter; 1958 Red Wing centennial hot plate; Van Briggle Viking ship planter; bird flower frog; Bennington bowl.


GUNS: Sell at noon. H. Burgsmuller & Sohne German double barrel shot gun w/hammers-12 gage; Stevens falling block 22 cal. rifle; Stevens model 66 22 cal rifle-needs needs repair; Hembrug 1917 6.25 military bolt rifle SN 2412; Daisy 500 shot 1904 Pat’d BB gun; Daisy Red Ryder BB gun-wood stock; 1903 Savage Arms 22 pump rifle SN 97197;  Remington UMC 22 pump rifle octagon barrel SN 214902; Winchester model 1890 pump 22 short octagon 24” barrel SN 114196; Winchester model 1890 pump 22 short, octagon 24” barrel, SN 480078; 12 gage single shot shotgun, no markings, wall hanger; Iver Johnson single shot 12 gage shotgun, wall hanger; Mossberg 410-3” bolt shotgun; Remington 1100 magnum 12 gage shotgun, rib, 28” modified choke barrel and 30” full choke barrel, SN 238233M. All gun laws apply.


GLASS AND CHINA: Imperial Carnival Glass pansy nappy; 11” diamond pattern skirted cake stand; satin amberina type creamer; blue opalescent plate and bowl w/lattice rim; green opalescent bowl; 3 bears plate-Axtell, Kansas; Daisy & Button glass slipper bouquet holder; pink dep cracker jar; 2 cranberry thumbprint vinegar cruets; pair 7” Bristol vases; Cranberry Mary Gregory bell; cranberry hobnail 4” vase; McKee primary colors berry set w/hobnail rims; Fenton carnival Christmas plates; Fenton blacksmith plate; 12” Kings Crown covered compote; Shriner’s souvenir cups; flat top cake stand; Jadite to include covered jar, Salt & Pepper and coffee jar; green glass cabinet jars; green dep covered butter; blue covered grease jar; green dep reamer; frosted pink dep cracker jar; moustache cup; salt & pepper shaker collection-Shawnee pigs, Millie and Willie, others of interest; floral paperweight; other glass.


LAMPS: 20” tall embossed milk glass banquet lamp-hand painted; SUCCESS kerosene lamp w/ball glove shade and swan handles; Fenton cranberry thumbprint ball globe lamp; green depression kerosene; hand painted GWTW top globe; pair sterling weighted candle holders; sterling wt’d candle sticks; flora-form vintage lamp base; Big Bird table lamp; Rayo brass kerosene lamp; clear glass kerosene lamp-ball font; table lamp w/slipware dragon.


CLOCKS: 2 Seth Thomas weighted shelf clocks-need repair; Sessions mantle clock w/6 pillars; United electric fire place clock; Waterbury Napoleon hat shelf clock; Gilbert Napoleon hat shelf clock; one other Napoleon hat clock.


FRAMED PRINTS AND PAINTINGS: Malvin Boynton ‘Waiting’; R A Fox ‘Old Fashion Garden’; R A Fox lake scene and forest scene; Maxfield Parrish ‘Daybreak’; General John J Pershing colored print in bubble glass frame; framed Charlie McCarthy cut out; stag elk; chalk country scene; silhouette pictures; girl with dolls; boy Jesus w/lamb; sailing ship; cottage scene chalk; Blue Boy in large Victorian gold leaf frame; 2 large matching frames with Ralph Beck paintings; 5 Senses kittens print; water color yard of violets; WW 1 yard long photograph of Company E, Iowa; 1916 charcoal winter scene; cow & milkmaid; framed JFK; vintage family photo; Uncle Sam I Want You print; Little Artist; others.


TOYS: String climbing monkey; black cat jointed pop-up; push-up donkey; tin wind-up bumper car; push & spin Santa; cast iron Victorian double bell ringer push toy; cast iron Home Bank coin bank; Big Little and Little Better books; Trixy toy indoor croquet set; tin pencil box; old dominos;  ERTL 1992 John Deere tractor in box, J D box wagon in box,  Hy Vee semi in box and J D model D tractor; toy Fiesta dish set; vintage Children’s books to inc. Mother Goose, Snow White, Story Paint book and Paul & Sally work book; Crescent cast iron toy stove-repo; Tin wind-up GI Joe Jouncing Jeep; 1961 Ken doll case; battery op tin lizzy; chalk scotty dog; toy wash board; iron baby carriage; Ohio Art tin mail box; elephant white metal statue; Peter the clown wind-up in box; old tin noise makers; modern toy train cars.


OTHER ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: iron weather vane arrow with tin cow; 1 gallon ‘Smile’ soda display bottle; cast iron donkey bottle opener; Arcade cast iron Crystal wall coffee grinder; kraut cutters; post cards; stereoscope and set of Sears & Roebuck views; Ritz shoe store foot measure; hunting dog bookends; Farmers & Merchants wood framed advertisements; Horatio Alger Jr. books; other books; Victorian 4 bottle castor set; 2 cabinet doors w/frosted glass; Art Nouveau trombone slide book rack; Overland model 75 owners auto manual; 1917 Dodge Bros. book; 1970’s Coke trays; King’s Conoco Maryville thermometer; other items.




Auctioneers: Kermit Goslee 660 582-0776, Steve Espey 660 541-0989, Liz Espey 660 254-1769

Clerks: Rhonda Goslee, Deloris Shipley, Danielle Durand

Terms cash, checks taken with positive picture ID, Lunch, Statements sale day take precedence.

ANTIQUE - DAY 3 Auction

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