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Auctioneer Kermit Goslee Auctions (660) 582-0776
Auction Date Nov 18 Auction
Location
1104 East 5th Street
American Legion Hall
Maryville, MO
Time 09:30AM
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ANTIQUE

AUCTION

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18th, 9:30 AM

1104 E. 5TH (Legion Hall)

MARYVILLE, MISSOURI

www.gosleeauctions.com  *  kermitgoslee@gmail.com

Preview Friday, Nov. 17th, 5 to 7 pm

 

From 16 consignors, an impressive array of antiques and collectibles.

26 ORIGINAL, 1940’S WW 2 WAR BOND POSTERS; COINS; NEON BEER SIGNS AND POOL TABLE LIGHT; BLACK AMERICANA; PRIMITIVES; TIN ADVERTISING SIGNS; STONEWARE; ALADDIN LAMPS; CARNIVAL GLASS; VINTAGE TOYS; GRANDFATHER CLOCK; OAK FURNITURE; POTTERY; FENTON GLASS; 150 PIECES MOON & STARS GLASS; OTHER ITEMS.

 

WW-2 WAR BOND POSTERS: These are original posters from 1942, 43 and 44. Once belonging to John and Martha Schrier of Maryville, Mo. Fire Away-20 x 28; Remember Dec. 7th 20 x 14; Back’em Up 20 x 28; United We Are Strong 20 x 28; US Cadet Nurse Corps 20 x 28; Back the Attack 3rd war loan 20 x 28; And We Talk About Sacrifice 28 x 39; The Present With a Future 20 x 28; Your War Bonds Are A Stake In The Future 10 x 14; Picture of Sad Boy 3rd war loan 20 x 28; Let’em Have It 10 x 14; United Nations Fight For Freedom 20 x 28; This Man May Die If You Talk Too Much 20 x 28; I’ll Carry Mine Too 22 x 28; To Have And To Hold  20 x 28; Strong In The Strength Of The Lord 22 x 28; For Freedom’s Sake 10 x 14; NEXT! 10 x 14; And We Talk About Sacrifice 10 x 14; We Have Just Begun To Fight 20 x 28; The Present With A Future 10 x 14; And We Talk About Sacrifice 20 x 28.

 

BLACK AMERICANA: Do not miss this nice collection. Sheet music from 1920’s; F & F Plastic Aunt Jemima & Uncle Mose salt and pepper sets and spice containers; F&F Aunt Jemima cookie jar; many Mammy and Chef ceramic salt and peppers; F&F Jemima & Mose sugar and creamer; redware clown tea sets; lusterware pieces; bisque dolls; wooden Peppy & Salty set; chef pie bird; boy in outhouse; chalk angel boy w/peppermint stick; post cards; menu; cardboard candy container; cook books; tea towel; thermometers; liquor bottle w/shot glasses; 3 little Black Sambo books; Marx crawling baby; many items not mentioned.

 

COINS: sell at 11 am. Silver Dollars to include 1878-CC, 1897-O, 1884, 1899-O, 1882-O, 1900-O, and 1921-S; Large Cents to inc. 1849 and 1855; 1864 two cents; 1865 three cents; 1867 & 70 shield nickels; 1905 & 1905-S Barber halves; Franklin halves; 1856 Seated Liberty half; Washington quarters; wheat pennies; Indian Head pennies; Buffalo Nickels; steel wheat pennies; more.

 

NEON BEER SIGNS AND OTHER ITEMS: sell at 10:30 am. Miller Lite bottle cap neon MIB; Miller Lite NASCAR #2 neon; Miller Lite Harley Davidson neon; Coors Blue Moon neon; Miller Lite #2 Race Car Pool Table light; Country Club & Geotz pilsner glasses; Storz Beer patches; Seagram’s Gin Red Baron lamp; other items.

 

TOYS: 16” Shirley Temple Ideal doll-polka dot dress; Daisy #8 metal water pistol; wire spoke wheels tricycle w/hard rubber seat; tin lawn mower; cast iron house coin bank; cast iron Big Ox ash tray; Trap-em Alive pin ball game; Britt lead soldier w/jointed arm; cast iron cap gun; tin marble Bingo game; Space Race card game; Ohio Art tin pontoon plane; Gate City Furniture Co, Omaha wooden scooter; WW1 card board stand-up soldiers and animals; 1950’s Topps Funny valentines; Garbage Pail Kids cards; 1960’s Major Matt Mason space toys; Red Goose cast iron paper wt; Ellis Chili tin bank; ERTL forage and barge wagons in box; Nylint Big Pumpkin tow truck; marbles; Wolverine Shooter Loop marble game; composite gorilla & dinosaur; 10, 12 and 15 cent comic books; Intellivison w/games; other toys.

 

LAMP SPECIAL: Sells at noon. This lamp, from the old Presbyterian Church in Maryville, is a tin, tole-painted, 14 side, church service lamp with 14 Plume and Harvard kerosene acorn burners, (Plume and Harvard supplied burners for Aladdin lamps) on a heavy, 4-footed cast iron base with dual iron castors on each foot. You may never see another like it.

 

 

PHONOGRAPH: Brunswick Madrid model, 1920’s era, hand crank cabinet phonograph in good running condition.

 

ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: vintage, heavy brass ‘BATS’ fireplace andirons circa 1900; lard press; framed religious prints; framed Indian princess prints; Elvis images print; Winston and Marlboro tin signs; NFO tin sign; 2 lb candy scale; old Harwood trumpet; Shapleigh Hardware barn lantern; horse head hitching post top; cast iron duck door stop-copyrighted; 6 pack milk bottles; self-rescuer gas mask; Clark’s Spool Cotton print; Griswold 8” 704A skillet-large emblem w/fire ring; 5 gal. Western crock Peoria Pottery 2 gal brown beehive jug; salt glaze 2 gal beehive jug; Zippo lighter tin sign; Louden’s curved Louden’s Whippletree harness yoke; green Aladdin lamp; Ivory Alacite Lincoln Drape & Tassel Aladdin lamp; days of the week embroidered tea towels; Robbins Lightning horse weather vane; KC Times w/Japan surrenders article; Edison records; Vogue picture record; telescope; 3 boxes of old bottles; Banner & Upschulte Maryville pop bottles; cannon ball; WW1 era photo book of war scenes; leather indian style display piece; 3 framed campaign button displays; Schram fruit jar; sad iron; Handlan #57 red globe RR warning lamp; vintage sighting level; 11 wooden levels-Mayes, Disston, OVB, Stanley; shotgun shell boxes; 10 gal Maryville Central Dairy and Beatrice Dairy St. Joseph cream cans; swirl agate glass gear shift knob; vintage 5 gal gas station fuel can; chalk string holder; mother & daughter O/C painting-signed; Jay Bee kitchen scales; Mr. Peanut nut set; art deco nickel plated Christmas tree stand w/lights; cast iron fisherman bottle opener; vintage tattoo kit-St. Joseph Skin Art; WW2 era gambling kit; WW2 era overseas play kit; Messbarger Bros. Service badge; CI mini irons; Standard Oil price list metal frame; graniteware baking pan with advertising; brass front kitchen scales; McCoy vase-grapes; University Brand 31 lb coffee tin; Cudahy Packing-Omaha stone jug; ice bucket w/porcelain liner; oil rain lamp; 1943 Pleasure Primer book; Gold Flake cigarette tin; BP Feed cane; Purina Feed cane; oak telephone crank box; McKinley Assassination book; milk bottle caps; school annuals-1924, 25 & 27 Maitland, 1916 Albany, 1923 Graham, 1923 McFall and 1923 Tower; Space Cadets Thermos; Stuppy Supply yardstick; framed barbed wire display w/mirror; cast iron eagle pole topper; 1926 Star hub cap; Camero auto letters; book matches; miner’s lamp; Aladdin elec. lamp; two 4’ x 7’ stained glass windows w/single color panes; 1943 Parachute Sense Navy training book; other items.

 

ARTIFACTS AND ROCKS: Stone Celt from Woodland era; Pottery shards from Florida; ¾ groove  5” Nebo stone ax; 2 buckets of agatized petrified wood; polished honey agates; 21 lb 10 oz Uruguay gray agate; prehistoric horse and bison teeth; Mammoth bone piece; slabs of polished agates; Lake Superior agates; stone grinding bowl w/mano; beaded head band; black stone dice cup.

 

RADIATOR CAPS AND HOOD ORNAMENTS: Sell at 11:30 am. Boyce Motor Meter w/wings radiator cap; Buick Goddess 1926 to 1928 radiator cap; 1927 Elcar radiator cap w/framed picture of car; Buick Swan hood ornament; Bull w/light up horns hood ornament, others.

 

GLASS: Brilliant Period cut glass punch bowl with 10 cut glass cups and saucers-outstanding set; Brilliant Period 9” cut glass pitcher; small punch bowl with bird and fan montiff; 11” thistle pattern covered compote-cut glass belonged to the Schriers; 150 pieces of Moon and Stars glass; Jadite measure cup; Jadite pantry jar; Green depression cracker jar; Smoky carnival glass bowl; beater top measure cup; green Raspberry Wreath carnival vase; Green Rays carnival glass vase; green iridescent 5” vase; Relpo Ladies head vase; bottoms up shot glasses; purple slag glass covered owl and toothpick holder; table lamp w/hobnail opalescent cranberry shade; 15 pieces of American pattern Fostoria glass-14” round platter, mayo, op hat, jelly covered comport, 7.5” pitcher, other pieces; Jamestown Fostoria amber glasses; century pattern 13” platter; Dakota pattern 13” pitcher; depression glass; blue & white sauce set; pair 10” Bristol vases; 11” gold flashed bowl; Fenton glass; ceramic mallard duck family; McCoy pine Cone sugar and creamer; tree bark carnival water set-M; 5 M carnival wines-grape pattern; other glass.

 

ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Eastlake oak cheval dresser w/tall mirror and hat box; flat front oak book case w/drawer under; oak 20” wide display cabinet w/pressed top; hump back trunk; possibly other pieces.

 

GRANDFATHER CLOCK: 1973 Howard Miller Barwick clock with moon dial #C6743, registered to Dean Ackley, split pediment and finial top. Nice clock.

 

KERMIT GOSLEE AUCTIONS, MARYVILLE, MISSOURI

Auctioneers:  Kermit Goslee 660/582-0776, Steve Espey 660/541-0989, Liz Espey 660/254-1769

Clerks: Rhonda Goslee, Deloris Shipley, Danielle Durand

Terms cash, checks taken with positive ID, Lunch.  Statements made sale day take precedence over printed advertising.

 




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