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Auctioneer Integrity Realty & Auctions (618) 302-0325
Auction Date Jan 28 Auction
Location
INTEGRITY AUCTION CENTER
297 Illinois Route 15
Albion, IL
Time 09:00AM
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CONSIGNMENT AUCTION

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28Th, 2017 @ 9aM

INTEGRITY AUCTION CENTER

297 ILLINOIS ROUTE 15, ALBION, IL  62806

 

DIRECTIONS:  1.3 miles west of Albion on the north side of Highway 15.  (SIGNS POSTED)

 

2004 FORD TAURUS SE, GOLD AND SILVER,

SPORTS MEMORABILIA, ANTIQUES,

COLLECTIBLES, AND MORE!!!

 

CAR (SELLS AT 11AM):

2004 Ford Taurus SE with 3.0 liter V-6 engine, tilt, cruise, power windows/locks, AC, AM/FM stereo and CD player (207,754 miles; VIN: 1FAFP53U14G132348)

 

GOLD AND SILVER:

1-1895 5-dollar gold Liberty coin; 1-1914 2½-dollar gold Indian coin; 1-1926 2½-dollar gold Indian coin; 1-10 oz. silver bar; 1-5 oz. silver bar; 1-2 oz. silver bar; 5-1 oz. silver bars; 2-2 oz. silver bullets (fashioned after NATO 5.56 round); 3 silver dollars: 1901,1887,1922; 3 silver dollars: 1926, 1885, 1921; 3 silver dollars: 1900, 1923, 1883; 3 silver dollars: 1824, 1896, 1921; 3 silver dollars: 1923, 1886, 1901; 3 silver dollars: 1924, 1878, 1921; 3 silver dollars: 1927, 1890, 1885; 3 silver dollars: 1921, 1904, 1887; 3 silver dollars: 1890, 1922, 1887; 3 silver dollars: 1923, 1885, 1883; 3 silver dollars: 1922, 1888, 1921; 3 silver dollars: 1926, 1887, 1924; 3 silver dollars: 1922, 1899, 1921; 3 silver dollars: 1934, 1923, 1879; 3 silver dollars: 1922, 1900, 1891; 3 silver dollars: 1922, 1899, 1922; 2 silver dollars: 1879, 1897; 10 silver mercury dimes in individual plastic containers: 3-1945, 2-1941, 1-1940, 2-1943, 1-1942, 1-1928; 100 silver mercury dimes, mixed dates; 1-1921 replica penny copper coin; 5 copper coins; 1 roll of state quarters

 

SPORTS MEMORABILIA:

Baseball memorabilia including 2/127 framed, autographed Scott Rolen (Cardinals) official MLB photo with 24 kt. gold overlay medallion, team collector pin, and certificate of authenticity; 282/1300 framed, autographed Upper Deck Scott Rolen (Cardinals) card with “27, Rolen, Third Base” patch and certificate of authenticity; 8/99 framed, autographed Roy Oswalt (Astros) official MLB photo with 24 kt. gold overlay medallion, team collector pin, and certificate of authenticity; 12/27 framed, autographed Vladimir Guerrero (Angels) portrait; Autographed Ted Williams (Red Sox) and Mickey Mantle (Yankees) photo with certificate of authenticity; Autographed Joe DiMaggio (Yankees), Willie Mays (Mets), Mickey Mantle (Yankees), and Duke Snider (Dodgers) photo with letter of authenticity; Autographed Juan Marichal photo/portrait (San Francisco Giants); Autographed Hank Blalock (Texas Rangers) certified Upper Deck photo/portrait; Basketball memorabilia including 5/15 framed, autographed Vince Carter (Toronto Raptors) “Vinsanity” photo with limited edition plaque; Autographed Shaquille O’Neal (LA Lakers) photo with letter of authenticity; Autographed Dirk Nowitzky (Dallas Mavericks) photo; Autographed Shavlik Randolph (Philadelphia 76ers) photo with letter of authenticity; Autographed Dwyane Wade (Miami Heat) NBA Finals photo; Autographed Gilbert Arenas (Washington Wizards) All-Star photo; Autographed Upper Deck 2005-06 rookie cards/portraits of Danny Granger (Pacers), Jarrett Jack (Blazers), Joey Graham (Raptors), and Raymond Felton (Bobcats); Golf memorabilia including Greg Norman autographed photo and letter of authenticity; 38/50 framed, autographed Karrie Webb (Australia) “National Pride” photo with Upper Deck certificate of authenticity; Candy Hanneman authentic signature Upper Deck card; Boxing memorabilia including George Foreman autographed photo; Hockey memorabilia including Ted Lindsay (Detroit Red Wings) autographed photo/bio brochure; Football memorabilia including Autographed Priest Holmes (KC Chiefs) photo with certificate of authenticity; Olympic memorabilia including Autographed Jennie Finch (Team USA-Women’s Softball) Olympic gold medal ceremony photo

 

ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, MISCELLANEOUS:

Framed Victorian era yard long print “Yard of Puppies and Bumblebee” by C.L. Van Vredenburgh; Framed Victorian era kitten cat print “Five Senses” by H.C. Plumb; “Diamonds in Squares” pattern quilt (originally sold to benefit Edwards County Senior Citizens); Very nice National Cash Register (pat. 1915); Vintage countertop display case; Ornate wood-burning stove in excellent condition; Oil lamp; Vintage maple high chair; Vintage rocking horses; Mr. Machine vintage toy; Child’s rocker; Small wicker sled; Toy cast iron cook stove (Queen); Nice old clay, wooden, and glass marbles; Jelly jar of marbles: 2 blue, 1 large, 1 white, 1 brown; National wash board with glass washer; Metal egg basket; Swayzee and Mason jars; Amber Lightning jars; Henry McKenna ½-gallon Kentucky bourbon whisky 1835 (86 proof); Rawleigh’s embossed glass bottle with stopper; Rochester clear dispenser bottle; Brown Purex gallon jug; ½-gallon bitter bottle; Brown and white jar with handles; Wooden Kraft Velveeta cheese box with lid; Polk’s Best qt. milk bottle with creamer top; “Hazel Extra Creamy Butter” 5 lb. net stone crock with lid (Siegel, Cooper & Co., Chicago); 3-gallon, painted Bowman Dairy Co. (Chicago) milk can; Blue and white Springwell water dispenser with spigot (Atlanta, GA); Small blue band butter churn; Small blue crock; Colonial stoneware marked 1854; #2 Western stone jug; #2 Uhl stone crock; #5 brown and white jug; USA small brown top jug; USA bean pot with lid; USA very small brown and white jug; Hall bean casserole; McCoy brown and white pitcher; McCoy relish dish; Brown casserole with lid; Roseville Casserole with lid; Roseville brown and white tea pot; Small sleepy eye pitcher (repro?); Small blue pitcher; Clear syrup pitcher and 2 old cruets; Copper tea kettle; White coffee pot, no lid; Rooster cookie jar; Mortar and pestle; Pyrex nesting bowls (Set of 4, different colors); Daisy pattern nesting bowls (Set of 3); Blue band mixing bowls (Set of 3); Granite wash pan with fruit; Various sized granite roasters; Gold smelting pot; Numerous Griswold and Wagner cast iron skillets (various sizes); Oval Wagner 1891 “fish in bottom” skillet; Square skillet; Small gypsy cast iron pot; Cast iron bundt pan; Old ember cast iron pot; Old, larger, #8 Gypsy pot w/ lid; Medium, cast iron, Gypsy pot w/ lid; Campfire cooker w/ handle; Vintage Hibachi “Eager Beaver Mini Bachi”; Cast iron hamburger/bacon press; Old Mexican tortilla press; Copper coal hod; Old brown banded spittoon; 7-Up and Coca Cola bottle opener; Keen Kutter carpet cutters; Fish scale; Bonanza cast iron powder scale; Metal powder horn;  Antique nail puller (Aug. 4, 1903); Hanging metal candle holder; Dietz barn lantern and others (1 red); Sitting eggs-red, green, brown, 2 white, 2 yellow; Hens on nests: Westmoreland white, green, Fenton pink, small white, 2 clear candy hens, blue with white chicken on basket: 2 small white; Blue and white wall pocket with chickens and cows; Lighted Pepsi sign/clock; Top Value Stamp rack; Old Holsum bread rack; Counter Toledo store scales; Old Frigidaire ironer; Firewood rack; Formica laminate table; Commercial meat grinder; Small Rival grinder; Small, hand-crank slicer; Multipurpose table; Old upholstered rocker; Wooden bar stool; Twin bed; Full bed frame; 3-shelf TV stand; RCA 8-track, radio, and LP player; Lighted river scene picture; Mirrors; Metal clothes rack; All Pro boy’s 3-speed vintage bike; Vintage girl’s bike; Single bottom wooden plow; Wooden furrow plow; Wheelbarrow; Shop King 6” pedestal grinder; Charcoal grill; Ecco weed eater; Striped lawn chairs; Green and white striped patio chairs; Mobility motor-scooter electric trunk/van lift; Miscellaneous invalid equipment including wheel chair, walkers, potty chair, crutches, etc.

 

TERMS OF AUCTION:

Cash, or Check with I.D. are acceptable forms of payment.  Credit card merchant services offered for all major cards with 3% convenience fee.  All items sell "As Is - Where Is" with no guarantee as to condition.

 

NO BUYER’S PREMIUM!!!

 

SELLERS:  VARIOUS CONSIGNORS

 

TSF PORTABLE RESTROOM ON-SITE DAY OF AUCTION

 

Contact Dustin by calling (618) 302-0325 or

email: dustin@integrityauctions.net

 

 

INTEGRITY REALTY & AUCTIONS

51 West Main Street, Albion, IL  62806

Dustin Hawkins, Managing Broker/Auctioneer

Illinois License #471.000893/441.002027

 

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