Friday 10 AM & Saturday November 26th 10AM
Winchester EMS Indoors
State Route 106 Winchester IL 62694
Auctioneers Note: Dave Newman passed away 2 years ago. He
had a passion for collecting, attending antique shows, auctions, flea markets,
and buying entire collections. The items being sold most he intended to always
keep. This auction is made up of the items not related to musical instruments
mostly, but quality antiques and collectibles. He was a 1975 graduate of
Winchester High and attended John Wood Community College's watch making program
in Quincy. He and Anita owned and operated Dave's Music and Newman's Jewelry in
Jacksonville and later in Winchester. He loved the Winchester community,
serving on the Winchester City Council for six years and two terms as mayor.
Active in the Community Band, Chamber of Commerce, Cub ScoutsPinewood Derby, Library and Pool Board, he
was the sound man for area events from the 4-H fair, school concerts, church
events, weddings, and parties. He was an active member of the Winchester United
Methodist Church, Pioneer Lodge 70 IOOF in Winchester, and Illini 4 IOOF in
Jacksonville. He enjoyed auctions and sales. He loved his family, cooking out
with friends and fireworks.
General Store fixtures:Several 19th
Century Glass/Oak display cases, Oak paneled base cabinets, smaller oak
showcases, Columbia antique Lollipop coin op scales from former Gason Drug Store Winchester, Fortune teller scales from Winchester former Dime Store, Full
size Santa Claus Automaton window display, Mills 25 cent Slot Machine, Stickley Vanity & Mirror, other coin ops. 1860s Oak Curved glass 42 China
Cabinet, Edison Phonographs, Victrolas, Edison Disc Player, Cob Organ, several other
players, discs and records. Nickelodeon crank player, Swiss 32 Cylinder Music
box, Chandelier, antique lighting,
bridge lamps, desk lamps, Confectionary Cash Register, National Cash Register, Cast
Iron 20s Sling Bench, Giant Nautical
Brass Ship Spotlight, store displays, jars, countertop fixtures, items from former Roosa's Cafe' Winchester.
Advertising collection:19th Century Signs- George Metzger Meat Market, Dr. Brown
Eldredge B Sewing Machines, Watches Diamonds Jewelry Porcelain sign, Benrus
Watches Round Neon Clock, Art Deco Window Shades lightup sign, Kentucky Tavern
Whiskey Poster, Winchester Ammo Box, Gas Signs, Progressive Bottling Works box,
Snickers 20s boxes, Seed ad sacks, Chesty Potato Chip Can, Pipe ad tins, GE
Lightbulbs Lighted sign, Champale lighted sign, 20s Hair ad posters &
Sloane Linoleum, Smith Miller Private Label PIE and Mobil, TV ad truck, sign
for Green Marked Coal Franklin County, Butterfly Motel & Café Winchester
IL., Eagle Stamps, Hit and Miss Clyde Mason Duo sign, Victoria tray, old
apothecary and soda bottles 1840s to 1950s. Local Winchester Advertising
Collection. Many more signs and advertising
items. Adv. And Political Badges, Pins, Ribbons, Paper Posters.
Antique & Vintage Toys, Dolls:Keystone 1920s US Mail Truck, Steelcraft Prop
Airplane, Smith Miller Mack PIE Semi Truck, Smith Miller Mobil GMC Tank Truck,
Keystone Fire Ladder Truck, 1929 Mickey Mouse toy Drum, Chief Battery Operated
Robot, Murray Woody Wagon Pedal Car 50s, Model Toys Fire Ladder Truck, Stucto
Fire Truck & Cement Truck, Structo 20s Trucks, John Deere Pedal Tractor,
Several original Cast Iron Bulldog doorstops, other doorstops and still banks,
mechanical banks, Porcelain, Celebrity & Composition Dolls, Cap guns, BB
Guns, Toy rifles.
Early Telephones:Several Oak Crank Telephones, Bakelite phones, general store accessories for
phones, early payphones.
Early period furniture: China cabinet, primitive pantry cupboard,
Slant front desk/bookcase, Larkin desk, shoe repair bench, wicker dining
chairs, ice cream chairs, rockers, oak arts & rafts table, 1800s parlor
tables, church pew, panelled oak desk, parlor set, fainting sofa, store display
cabinets, benches, library oak 20 drawer cabinet, mirrors, dressers, occasional
tables, more chairs, rockers, cabinets ranging from Victorian to early 20th
Antique & early Clocks and radios: Kitchen clocks,
mantle clocks, early oak time clock, weighted victorian clocks, advertising
clocks. Transistor, Bakelite, console radio collection 25+.
Crocks, Pottery and Stoneware: White Hall, Ruckels, Ebey, Western- early crocks, jugs, bowls, general store
jars, mugs, steins. Some early brown and tan. Sleepy Eye Pitchers, Posters and paper ephimera: Ads, post cards, sheet music, books, prints, magazines.
stereoscopic viewer and cards, labels, greeting cards, paper victorian albums,
Primitives: Dazey Churns, granite
ware, small cabinets, water carrier, kitchen utensils, food grinder collection.
coins, vintage jewelry,
paintings and pictures, post cards.
Minimum registration fee for consignors. CASH OR CREDIT CARD w/ 3% Charge. Local Checks only upon approval.
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Call to consign.Visit our friends at So. Jax Antique
Mall, 1850 So. Main St. Jacksonville IL. 62650.
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