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Auctioneer Thornhill Real Estate & Auction Co. 636-366-4206
Auction Date Nov 19 Auction
Location
421 John Deere Drive
Troy, MO
Time 11:00AM
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    Property Address    
#58 Rue De Paix Drive
Lake St. Louis, MO 63367
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THORNHILL AUCTION

Due to my health, I’m no longer able to  maintain my own home and will sell all the following at Public Auction on

Sunday November 19, 2017

Beginning at 11:00 A.M.

 

SALE SITE: Thornhill Auction Barn; 421 John Deere Drive; Troy, MO 63379

DIRECTIONS: From Troy, MO go south on Hwy 61 to Moscow Mills Hwy C Exit. Go east on Hwy C to first 4 way stop, turn left on John Deere Drive (by Bank of Old Monroe) and go approximately 1 mile to sale on right, next door to Thornhill Real Estate Office.

 

REAL ESTATE TO BE OFFERED AT 2:00 P.M.

(FROM AUCTION BARN – NOT ON SITE)

 

REAL ESTATE: #58 Rue de Paix Drive; Lake St. Louis, MO 63367 AKA Lake View Forest #4 Resub Bldg 1 Unit 34

DIRECTIONS: Take I-70 to Lake Saint Louis Blvd. Exit 214, go left or east on Lake Saint Louis Blvd 0.9 mile to left on Rue de Paix to #58 on the right.

Improvements include a 1456 sq. ft. 2 bedroom 2 full bath condominium (end unit) built new in 1997. The home features a vaulted formal dining room and living room w/gas fireplace, custom built kitchen w/refrigerator, electric cook stove, microwave, dishwasher and garbage disposal, breakfast room, main floor laundry, formal entry, attached 2 car garage and full basement (look out) unfinished.

The home is brick and vinyl w/deck off the breakfast room.

Improvements include a new natural gas furnace and central air in 2013 and new roof in 2015.

Extra features include 3 bay windows, floors are carpet and vinyl w/wood floor entry. This is an end unit next to common ground, and a pavilion & has a wooded back yard

Association fees are $200 per month & includes all outside maintenance (yard, trimming, snow removal), outside maintenance of home, trash pickup, yard waste and recycling.

This is a beautiful, well maintained home the Cranks bought new and it’s never been offered for sale. For private showing, call David or Dusty at 636-366-4206

OPEN HOUSE ON THE REAL ESTATE is Friday October 27, 2017 from 4:00 to 6:00 P.M. or by appointment.

Terms: 10% down day of sale with the balance of cash at closing on or before 30 days after the sale with possession at closing.

For Virtual Tour go to www.thornhillauction.com

 

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

 

-          Tiger oak, pedestal type, round dining room table w/3 leaves, matching curved glass china cabinet & buffet w/mirrored back, nice set (This was Grandma’s set)

-          Oak Singer treadle sewing machine, super nice pc, (Grandma’s)

-          Mahogany washstand

-          4 oak cane bottom kitchen chairs

-          Oak dresser w/tall mirror, nice pc

-          Oak 2 drawer dresser w/tall mirror

-          2 oak kitchen chairs

-          Gone With The Wind Lamp (Grandma’s)

-          Oak trim flat top trunk

-          1904, oak parlor table

-          Set of elegant, glass prism, crystal lamps

-          White wicker table

-          4 duck decoys

-          Fenton glass basket

-          Blue Willow plates

-          Signed oil painting on canvas

-          Wire egg basket

-          Spoons

-          1950s yellow step stool

-          Child’s white wicker rocker

-          Pea Berry coffee barrel, Norwine Coffee Co.

-          Set cane back, living room chairs (Grandma’s)

-          Straffordshire dog figurines

-          Goofus glass bowl

-          Hand painted serving bowl

-          1904 World’s fair plate

-          Lot cups & saucers

-          Westmoreland candy compote

-          Pewter salt/pepper/toothpick holder set

-          Opalescent fluted bowl

-          Hand painted plates

-          Lot crystal bowls, compotes, servers

-          Oil lamp

-          Wall mirror

-          Lot walking canes

-          Lot silhouettes, several Victorian sets

-          White porcelain tins, Honey & Pie

-          Chenille bedspread

-          Glass, store type counter jar

-          Candle stand

-          Signed G. R. Raymond, 19 century, 14”x20” Country Road print

-          Quilts

-          Glass water bottles

-          Retro end table

-          Pyrex, spouted measuring cups

-          Magazine stands

-          Nutcrackers

-          Western, 5 gal, stone crock

-          Sugar jar

-          Wooden butter mold

-          Toy cast iron stove

-          Collins hatchet

-          Minnow trap

-          Weed scythe

-          Campbell wood box

-          Retro coolers

-          Floor lamps

-          6 boxes silverware

-          McCoy pottery

-          Dazey #40 butter churn

-          Keen Kutter draw knife

-          Partial List

 

LARGE MARBLE COLLECTION PLUS SHOOTERS

 

DOLL COLLECTION

 

FISHING TACKLE – RODS – REELS

 

-          Lot rods & reels

-          Lot rods & fly rods

-          Lot tackle

 

GOBLET COLLECTION APPROX. 75 TOTAL

 

VIOLINS & GUITARS

 

-          Harmony guitar in case

-          Electric guitar

-          2 guitars

-          Violin, 23”, labels “Henry Heppermann”, Antonius Stradiuarius copy

-          Violin, 23”, Antonius Stadivarius Cremonensis copy, label “105”, “in Year 1700”, cloth case

-          Violin, 22”, Antonius Stradivarius, made in Cedio-Slowakai, w/case

-          Violin, 23” w/case

-          Violin, 23” w/case, nice

-          Violin, 23” labeled “Antonius Stradiuarius Cremonelis” “Faciebat Anno 17”, w/case, tuner in case – SN-3 Violon

-          Violin, 23”, Antonius Stradiuarius copy, “Made in Germany”, “100”

-          Violin, 23”, Antonius Stradivarius, “Made in Cheko-Slavakia”

-          2 violins need repairs

-          Ukulele, 24”, labels: “The New Washburn Latest Model”, “Highest Award at World’s  Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893”, “Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor, Antwerp, 1894”, “The Material and Workmanship of This Washburn Instrument – Cremonatone - #170360 – Fully Guaranteed…, stamped with George Washburn logo inside neck

        

 

HANDICAP EQUIPMENT

 

-          Hero Shoprider scooter

-          Walkers & handicap equipment

 

TOOLS & MISC

 

-          True Test 6-12 battery charger

-          ¾” socket set

-          B&D electric blower

-          Forks, rakes, hoes, shovels, pitch forks

-          Double & single bit axes

-          Step stools

-          B&D drill

-          Lot hammers

-          Hardware bins

-          43 pc, reversible ratchet driver set

-          Laser level

-          6 ton hydraulic jack

-          4” bench vise

-          6”, ¾ hp bench grinder

-          Ryobi 12V drill

-          Power tools

-          Crafts home repair kit

-          Pliers

-          Hack saws

-          Work bench

-          2 wheel dolly

-          Partial List

 

HOUSEHOLD & MISC

(Note: most oak furniture was bought from Oak Tree)

 

-          Whirlpool automatic washer HE, white, nice

-          Whirlpool, electric dryer, commercial quality, large capacity, white

-          Oversize, swivel rocker/recliner, tan, like new

-          Oak 6 shelf curio cabinet

-          Floral 3 pc, sofa, chair & ottoman

-          Modern, round oak pedestal type, dining room table

-          Modern, oak, 2 door china cabinet

-          Set, 4 oak slat back, dining room chairs

-          GE microwave

-          Oak pedestal type round top, lamp table

-          1970s oak, round top parlor table

-          Full size bed, complete w/foot & headboard

-          Cram’s Imperial World Globe on stand

-          2 living room chairs

-          2 custom built bookshelves

-          Modern, oak coffee table

-          Large, oversize living room chair

-          Queen size bed, complete

-          3 pc, chest/nightstand set

-          Stencil back rocker

-          2, 2 door storage cabinets

-          4 drawer chest

-          Dark pine, roll top desk

-          Wire mesh, round patio table & 4 chairs w/umbrella

-          Stack book, end table

-          Glass top patio table & 4 chairs

-          Dial & Sew, sewing machine

-          End tables

-          Jewelry boxes

-          Stick type hall tree

-          Floor rugs

-          Entry bench

-          Lot Flo Blue, glass repo balls

-          Mercedes china, shelf clock

-          Figural music boxes

-          Statues

-          Lot books; western, etc.

-          Umbrella stand

-          Barometer

-          Lamps

-          Kenmore vacuum

-          Stack lawn chair

-          Lot bedding

-          Reading lamps

-          Lot crafts

-          Lot flatware

-          Lot pots, pans, bake ware

-          Kitchen utensils

-          Kitchen appliances

-          Bear cookie jar set

-          Lot piggy banks

-          Lot sewing fabric

-          Chefmate, 4 slice toaster oven, NIB

-          Sony CD/DVD player NIB

-          Bose Radio II Waver

-          Large lot Christmas décor

-          Holiday music box

-          Quilt rack

-          Lot shelving

-          Health-O-Meter scale

-          Eureka vacuum

-          Hoover seam vac

-          Stack shelving

-          Fans

-          TV trays

-          GE Food Processor

-          Corning Ware

-          Tupperware

-          Lot hen & rooster figurines

-          Apple peeler, Pampered Chef

-          Linens, dresser scarves, crochet doilies

CAR

-          2008 Mercury Grand Marquis GS, only 66,312 miles, 4 door, automatic, full power, Michelin tires, always garaged, non-smoker & no pets, truly showroom condition. This is my Mom & Dad’s car (Earl & Millie), if you need a nice car to drive, here it is. No one is more particular about their car then Dad. For preview, stop by the Auction Barn

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Ray & Eva were true Thornhill Auction followers. We always looked forward to seeing them at our sales. Ray had a way about him that always brought out the best in anyone. He was 88 when he passed. He worked for Mallinckrodt Chemical and then retired from Union Electric. Eva’s maiden name was Harbin. They were both raised in the Puxico, MO area. She loved quilting, crocheting, sewing & crafts. Ray enjoyed fishing and auctions. Everything is very neat & clean, no smoking, no pets. If you’re looking for a nice retirement home, this is truly a nice home. See you at the sale. David, Dusty & Bill

 

OWNERS

MARY EVA CRANK

LATE RAY CRANK

AUCTIONEERS

   DAVID THORNHILL   DUSTY THORNHILL  BILL UNSELL

   314-393-7241      314-393- 4726    573-470-0037

   TROY, MO          TROY, MO         FRANKFORD, MO              

            Lunch will be served.

            All buyers will be photographed.

            Terms: Cash or Good Check with Current Photo I.D.

            Out of State Photo I.Ds and Out of State Checks must be accompanied

            with a Bank Letter of Credit, call for details.

            We do not accept Cashier Checks.

            Items sold with no warranty.

            They stand sold AS IS.

            Owner & Auction personnel not responsible for accidents day of sale!

Announcements made day of sale take precedence over any advertisement!


Troy Office: 636-366-4206.   For full listing & terms of this auction – www.thornhillauction.com

 




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