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Auctioneer Shipshewana Auction (260) 768-4129
Auction Date Nov 02 Auction
345 S Van Buren St
Shipshewana, IN
Time 09:00AM
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  • Two Oak Danner Cabinets - Specialty Sale

    Two Oak Danner Cabinets - Specialty Sale

  • 1901 Model 5 National Cash Register

    1901 Model 5 National Cash Register

  • Row 4, Spaces 27-36

    Row 4, Spaces 27-36

  • Row 4, Spaces 27-36

    Row 4, Spaces 27-36

Auction Listing
AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 1945
Shipshewana Misc. & Antique Auction
Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Bell rings at 9 AM, Specialty Sale begins around 11 AM
6-10 Auctioneers Selling Simultaneously! 
Specialty Antique Sale held in conjunction with regular Wednesday Auction - featuring higher quality items. Call Chuck at 260-768-4129 to consign items.
Huge collection of antiques, collectibles, vintage finds, furniture, primitives, reclaimed and repurposed stuff, glassware, books, and miscellaneous items!

SPECIALTY SALE ITEM SALE ORDER STARTING IN ROW 4, 27: Pair of Wall Paper Pattern Lamps; 28 piece set of cobler's tools; Martha Washington Sewing Cabinet; 5 pc. Iron Salesman's sample ice cream parlor set; Very ornate Tramp Art frame; Original art-Hoosier Salon Artist - Theodora B Makielski 1940, label on back; Light beer sign - Ballantine Ale - Beer; Two Wyoming Prang Horned Antelope Mounts; Stain Glass Window; 1850's dovetailed walnut cradle; 1800's traveling gambling game; Art glass table lamp - egyption motiff-1920's; 1939 medical dictionary; Cast iron racer toy; Cast iron fire wagon toy; Petwer floral vase; Two Native American Indian skinning stones; Three Kookum dolls in original boxes; Pair of water buffalo tusks; Tin Delaval advertising match holder; Rare and Hard to find Trippensee Telluriam - Detroit, MI; Two Oak Danner Bookcases; Korean War Era Carved Mahogany Chest; 1901 Model #5 National Cash Register; Rare 48" Hoosier High boy kitchen cabinet; Carpenter's Work Bench; Oak teacher's chair; Coke table; Industrial cart; three piece oak bedroom set; Heavily carved mahogany library table; mahogany drop front desk with key; Walnut sideboard; mahogany drop front desk with key; Walnut Sideboard; Mahogany dresser with mirror; Hoosier style kitchen cabinet; Sideboard with bevel glass mirrors and doors; sideboard w/bevel glass mirrors and door; mahogany buffet w/claw feet; 4 porcelain base bar stools (times 4); inlaid folk art drop leaf table; two wheeled John Deere pull behind; garden gate; primitive wains coated one door cabinet; oil on canvas - two kittens; salesman's sample washing machine - works; three - beauty girl posters (choice out); Italian Faience; Wooden mermaid from the Hagenbeck-Wallace circus train wreck in 1918; oil on canvas French painting (street scene); showcase w/bevel glass doors; marble statue @1890; contents inside oak dome showcase; oak dome showcase with slide up door; original Peters Ammo advertising poster; Chandler pastel in frame; carved wood eagle from 1918 circus train wreck; Herters bear trap; bear trap opener; reverse painted 1910 shoe advertisement; white hanging showcase.

Miscellaneous & Antique Auction is held every Wednesday, year round. The auction starts by the sound of the bell at 9 am sharp! Eight to ten auctioneers will take up the auction cry. Our main market thrust is for the better quality antique and collectible items, however as one of our old time auctioneers, Argie, used to state, "We sell anything from soup to nuts!" 

Every Wednesday we have people in attendance from all across the county. Many of our customers are here every Wednesday, both buyers and sellers, while every Wednesday there are people in attendance for the very first time. First time or for the last 40 years, we appreciate your business. 

If you are interested in selling, give us a call to reserve your auction space. If you are wanting to buy - one time or a box truck full, this is the place!

Photos are uploaded as received by the vendors and each Tuesday evening by 5 pm, so check back often to see what has been added. This sampling of items is a great way to find where you want to start your bidding on the day of the sale! 

Lodging with the Farmstead Inn & Conference Center is right across the road. Our beautiful Inn is open to meet your rooming needs and you can book your stay by calling 260.768.4595, or book online now.

*Please Note: Day of sale takes precedence over advertised material (listings, captions & photos). Thank you for understanding. For questions, call Shipshewana Auction & Flea Market at 260-768-4129.

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