Protzman 2-Day Antique Auction

Location: American Legion Hall 1104 E. 5th Street, Maryville, MO
PLEASE NOTE: FURNITURE WILL SELL ON SATURDAY AT 9:30 AM, furniture should take about 2 hours,followed by antiques and collectibles. SUNDAY we will sell Coins, Quilts and Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments with a numbered program. 285 lots of coins & paper money, 23 quilts, tops, other cloth items and over 800 Keepsake ornaments. All items start selling at 11 am. Please be on time.
2 Day Auction
9:30 AM Saturday August 18, 2018
11 AM Sunday August 19, 2018
Antique & modern furniture; antiques & collectibles; cast iron wood stoves; glass & pottery; Fiesta ware

Coins; hand sewn quilts; Hallmark Keepsake Christmas ornaments; other items.​


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Preview Friday August 17th, 5-7 p.m. and Sunday August 19th, 8:30 a.m.


ANTIQUE FURNITURE: 9:30 AM, Many top quality pieces, some items need restoration. Walnut 1800’s slant front desk, bookcasetop with pigeon holes; several oak and walnut Victorian side tables; 2 fancy iron full bed frames; several oak wash stands; several child’s rockers-mule ear, mission, pressed back; Victorian walnut dressers; oak step back cupboard with cornice top; oak serpentine sweetheart dresser w/swing mirror; tall oak chest of drawers; oak dresser with wishbone framed swing mirror; 3 section Macy stack bookcase; counter top knife show case; walnut waterfall cedar chest; drop leaf walnut  country style table; in-line school desk seat; cupboard w/pressed wood panels; oak pantry cabinet w/pressed top design; primitive bulk coffee bin withManaska Coffee stenciled on back; 9 hump back and flat top trunks; 2 folding sewing tables; round oak side table; bentwood high chair; bentwood arm chair; pressed back and mule ear rockers; mule ear chair w/out turned braces; oak pressed back side chair sets and many singles; ice cream parlor arm chairs; round stenciled oak kitchen table; oak bannister pole; oak bannister rail; child’s ice cream parlor chairs; oak shoe salesman’s fitting stool; Mission oak rockers; triangular tin wall coat rack with mirror; clock shelves; Victorian basket style plant stand w/spindle sides; solid wood ornate Victorian door with colored glass; floor lamps; oak library table; oak wardrobe fitted with shelves; square top oak dining table; doll cradle with animal decals; bentwood side chairs; 4 ice cream parlor chairs w/heart backs; ice cream parlor tables; child’s coat rack; ladder back chairs; granite and zinc work tops for Hoosier cabinets; ice cream parlor stools; brass bed head board; oak side table w/barley twist legs; pie safe w/tin panels; iron coat rack; Victorian maple platform rocker; 2 saloon style chairs; lots of furniture parts-legs, shelves, head boards, framed mirrors, etc.


MODERN FURNITURE: high quality Flexsteel leather double recliner; matching light wingback upholstered arm chairs; 31” and 21” flat screen TV’s; Lazy Boy man size recliner; full bed; 2 single beds; blonde oak dresser; TV cabinet/table.


ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: 1800's Florence treadle sewing machine; 9 windows with square colored glass panes; Pabst Blue Ribbon clock; 1 & 2 man saws; Keen Kutter Tee Dee kraut cutter; Bar’s Radiator Leak counter display rack; Belvidee carpet stretcher; cans full of old furniture castors and pulls; sausage stuffer; antique tire re-tread tool; tin Milk Maid De Laval self-framed tin sign-damage; blue crock bowl w/lid; canes; The Prost Workshop hammered copper tray; Watt apple ware covered bowl; Watt Starflower bowls; Watt Starflower bowl w/advertising-Norwalk, Wis. Farmers Co-op; Coors Pure Malted Milk counter jar; Toms Peanuts counter jar; Grapette clown bank; DublHandi wash board; cast plaster lighted dresser mirror w/cherubs; Stradivara Victrola style record player; old color print of Geo. Washington; 35 Pez candy containers; Code Master toy radio signal set; Big Bird lamp; small oak framed case; OLD PRODUCT TINS to include Log Cabin Syrup bank, KC Baking Powder, Majestic Shoe Polish 5 cents, Marshal Spinola Cigars, Bon Ami, George Washington Cut Plug, Old Dutch Cleanser, Droste’s Dutch Cocoa, Butternut Coffee, Nodaway Brand 4 lb Lard, others; Hopkins/Sheridan Oil thermometer; 1920’s table lamp-no shade; tin berry pail; USA slipper pin cushion; Lightning ice cube breaker; Phillips Hotel glass drink stirrers; small graniteware coffee & tea pots; old bottles; bail top jars; silver plated, urn shape alcohol burner; cylinder records; more.


CAST IRON WOOD STOVES: Extra fancy Sears and Roebuck “Magic” parlor/heating stove w/fancy finial and top decorations; small flat top kitchen stove; small “New Home” pot belly stove.


GLASS AND POTTERY: Roseville Vista 15” floor vase-hole in bottom; Shawnee Smiley Pig cookie jar; Nippon chocolate set; Hall’s Red Poppy bowls; 5 Carnival Peacock berry bowls; 2 Carnival grape delight rose bowls; green carnival Inverted Feather cracker jar; Shawnee Smiley Pig pitcher; Hull Bowknot Cornucopia 7 ½” vase; Hull Orchid 8” vase; cake stand w/sterling base; Rabbit in basket cookie jar; 2 Tappan Range salt & pepper sets; 2 Hull W-5 6 ½” vases; Mc Coy Pig coin bank; Hull 85 stork vase; Halls Autumn Leaf percolator, coffee pot, bowls and other pieces; Roseville Florane planters; Roseville 261-6” planter; Westmoreland swan cream & sugar; Green Depression glass to include stove shakers, beater top measure cup, measure cups, storage jars, bowls, reamers, syrup w/tin lid, pitchers, other green; Royal Ruby and Forrest Green dishes; Cape Cod dishes; toothpick holders; Imperial Glass 1st Day Of Christmas carnival plate; FIESTAWARE to include 12 ball salt and pepper shakers, bowls, carafe, candle holders, stick handle creamer, gravy boat, 12” plates, 2 deep plates, cream & sugars, 2 cream soup bowls; other Fiesta; Poppy Trail to include stick butter, coffee pot and Flour canister; Katz Drug measure glass; Franciscan Desert Rose dishes; Iris and Herringbone footed glasses; older Blue Willow dishes; more.




COINS: 285 lots with numbered program. Coronet 1852 Gold ¼ Eagle; 1901 Wilhelm 20 Mark Gold; Roosevelt dimes; Mercury dimes; Washington quarters; Walking Liberty, Franklin and Kennedy halves; Indian Head pennies to inc. 1865, 1875, 1863, others; Wheat pennies; mint & proof sets; 1 oz 1986 & 87 Silver Eagles; Morgan and Peace dollars; Morgan $1 US mint set; 1960’s coin sets; Commemoratives; V-Nickels; 1864 & 65 two cent; Foreign silver; tokens; 1928 Bank Of Chicago Federal Reserve $20 paper; Silver Certificates; $2 bills; 1869 three cent; other coins.


HAND SEWN QUILTS:all but 2 are thin, finely quilted, quilts in very good condition. Includes Flower Garden w/green border 91 x 102; Block pattern 72 x 80; Block pattern 80 x 93; Block pattern 87 x 77; Block pattern 68 x 82;  Saw Tooth pattern blue & white 74 x 64; green & white Saw Tooth pattern 80 x 75;Double Wedding Ring 78 x 70;  Double Wedding Ring 72 x 78; 6 point Star 88 x 78; 8 Point Star 84 x 93; Dresden Plate 85 x 85; Basket 70 x 80; Tulip Blocks 71 x 76; Blocks in right angle lines 84 x 93; Flower Blocks 111 x 80; Triangles 80 x 68;Cathedral Window 85 x 68; other quilts. Bow Tie comforter; Quilt tops; Chenille bed spreads; embroidered and crocheted items.


HALLMARK KEEPSAKE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS: Approximately 800 pieces, new in boxes, 1980’s, 90’s and 2000’s, to be sold in sets and groups, possibly some singles. For a full list, hard copy, contact Goslee Auctions. Star Trek; Star Wars; Here Comes Santa; Frosty Friends; Tin Locomotives; Lunar Landing; Mary Angels; Sarah Plain And Tall; Super Heroes; Loony Tunes; Tonka; Reindeer Champs; Wizard Of Oz; Mickey’s Locomotive; Crayola; Barbie; Lionel Train; Classic Cars; All American Trucks; Lunch boxes; Nostalgic House; Miniaturesets; Enesco’s; others.




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 ID, Lunch, Statements sale day take precedence.

Protzman 2-Day Antique Auction

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