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Auctioneer M. R. Clark Auction and Appraisial LTD 636-390-2220
Auction Date Sep 04 Auction
Location
1007 EAST THIRD STREET
AMERICAN LEGION
WASHINGTON, MO
Time 09:00AM
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AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 3218

HISTORIC SHAW ESTATE ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE AUCTION #2

LABOR DAY AUCTION           

When: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH ,  2017  9 AM

Where: AMERICAN LEGION-INDOORS- AIR CONDITIONING

1007 EAST THIRD STREET, WASHINGTON, MO  63090

 

Directions: In Washington, MO drive North on Hwy 47 (just past hospital-at the stop light), make Right turn onto Third Street to the American Legion, on the Left. Plenty of parking.  Watch for auction signs. Auction route will be well marked on sale day. 

 

Furntiture:  1930’s china cabinet, ladies writing desk, oak sliding door bookcase cabinet, organ stool with claw feet, assorted old rocking chairs, depression era occasional table, magazine book racks, fantastic gentlemen’s wardrobe with hat box, oak half table, 8+ barrister book cases-Weis, Globe Wernicke, and Macey, dresser with wishbone mirror, metal file box, wash stand with towel bar, US foot locker, outdoor metal lawn chairs, 200+ plus pieces of artwork

 

 

Antiques, Collectibles:  Space capsule banks, Wabash watch fob, clock keys, motor meter, rail road lock, ticket punch glass candy container, dice in leather bottle, lots of cabinet photos, oil lamps, miniature lamps, art deco metal flower vase, assorted smalls, vintage paper goods, books, service station maps, Apollo 13 book, Thunderbirds, Blue Angels, 1965 Man in Space book and more, fur carriage muff, 1914 Peerless Wall Paper Co pin cushion calendar, Buster Brown Shoes paper masks,  Sunny Brook pure food whiskey 1904 grand prize whiskey decanter with ground stopper, cylinder player rolls, vintage Christmas lights, several stereoscopes and cards-including some military, Laclede street St Louis block, 8 plus boxes of old records-various subjects, 20” feather tree, vintage ladies had with birds, Heathkit radio items, several vintage radios, climbing spikes, goose neck lamps, lots of vintage framed prints and oil paintings, springerle rolling pins, other wooden rolling pins, vintage kitchen items, wooden Pullman coat hanger, old cookie cutters, AB corkscrew, small Mo Lamp and Mfg Co St Louis spittoon, VP Fair collectibles, Lemp bottle, glass and corkscrew, antique ladies coin purse, wooden tool carrier, metal bread box, O gauge metal train and track, #3 , #6 & #10 gallon crock, copper wash boiler, small lot of geodes, small cast iron footed pot, canvas mail bag, metal dart target, plane models IOB, USA #8 Dutch oven with savory drip lid, cast iron spittoon, unicycle, 7up soda crate, metal lunch box collection-some with thermos’, pleater, calendar/store advertising plates, vintage slide storage box with Bakelite drawers, AB Malt Nutrine St. Louis, MO tin plate, various bricks from St. Louis, binoculars, minerals, brass hand school bell, branding iron, candle projector and glass slides, Falstaff cans, Electro Voice Type 630 microphone, Simmons Hardware St. Louis sad iron-very nice, several pieces of various Niloak swirl pottery, Watches,   watch maker tooling, Leather stamping tooling, old axe and a few arrowheads, Books and vintage paper goods including but not limited to-The McKinley Bridge, The Thebes Bridge, The Harahan Bridge, Merchant Ships, 1902 The Story of the Wild West and Campfire Chats by Buffalo Bill, St. Louis City and County directories including 1930,43, 52, 58, 59, 60 & 61, 1947 Illinois fiber license plates, US military bag and spurs, vintage mail bag, leather shot flask, lodge pins and insignia, steam engine toy, erector sets IOB, assorted older tin toys, vintage gold scale, 1930’s steam punk style compressor, railroad lodge gavel, early red ware privy dug pottery, 1907 Bemis Bros. St. Louis cloth calendar, Electric chain saw, revolution tachometer, assorted hand and power tools,

 

TOO MUCH TO LIST AS WE ARE STILL GOING THROUGH THIS ESTATE!  SEE PICS ON OUR WEBSITE!

 

 

Payment Terms: CASH, CHECKS WITH PROPER ID UP TO $2,000.00.  NO OUT OF STATE CHECKS, NO CREDIT CARD CHECKS, NO MONEY ORDERS AND NO TRAVELERS CHECKS.   WE ALSO ACCEPT MASTER CARD, VISA, DISCOVER CARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED.  ALL CARD PAYMENTS   WILL REQUIRE A 3% PROCESSING FEE.  NOTE:  M R CLARK AUCTION AND STAFF, WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE IF THE ELECTRONIC CARD READING SYSTEM IS UNABLE TO READ OR PROCESS YOUR CARD FOR ANY REASON.  YOU WILL NEED TO PRESENT CASH.

BANK LETTER OF CREDIT REQUIRED FOR ALL CHECKS OVER $2,000.00.   ON ORIGINAL BANK LETTERHEAD-NO COPIES. 

 

TERMS: Photo registration.  Nothing to be removed until settled for. Everything sells “As Is, Where Is, Without Warranty.” Not Responsible for accidents.  Announcements made day of auction supersede printed material.

 

Lunch will be available.

 

See this auction listing on our website: www.mrclarkauction.com  See many photos of what we are selling on Auctionzip.com Our auctionzip ID# 3218

 

Auctioneer’s note: This will be a fantastic auction containing an abundance of vintage and collectible items. There is something here for everyone!

As always, we appreciate your attendance! Mike, Julie and the Whole Auction Team.           


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