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Auctioneer Shipshewana Auction (260) 768-4129
Auction Date Oct 17 Auction
Location
345 S Van Buren St
Shipshewana, IN
Time 09:00AM
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  • Pair of Iron Art Deco Plant Stands

    Pair of Iron Art Deco Plant Stands

  • Row 4, Spaces 21-26

    Row 4, Spaces 21-26

  • Row 4, Spaces 21-26

    Row 4, Spaces 21-26

  • Row 4, Spaces 21-26

    Row 4, Spaces 21-26

Auction Listing
AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 1945
Shipshewana Misc. & Antique Auction
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Bell rings at 9 AM
6-10 Auctioneers Selling Simultaneously! 
Huge collection of antiques, collectibles, toys, primitives, glassware, artwork, advertising, signs, furniture, vintage items, quilts, industrial, and more!

Row 4, Spaces 21-26: Pair of Iron Art Deco Plant Stands; Dated 1900 Carpenter's Bench; Early Sampler; Industrial Work Table; Early Folk Art Truck and Trailers; Folk Art Truck; 1790 Hanging Wall Cabinet; 1790 Tiger Maple Chest; Early Carved Wooden Folk Art Crucifix; Carved Folk Art Mother Mary; Carved Folk Art Head; Folk Art Wooden Dolls; Tiffany & Company Pen Holder; 1790 Candlestand; 1850 Three-Tiered Table; Iron Plantstands; 1890s Cast Iron Horse Heads; Unusual Wrought Iron Hanging Lamp; Early Tin Toy; Tall Pie Safe; 1890s Tool Chest; Vintage Oak Clock; Wrought Iron Table; Large Carved Frog; Tall Castle 1890s Candlelights; Vintage Quilt; Primitive Display Cabinet; 1830s Cherry Chest of Drawers; 1880s Cast Iron Chairs; 1880s Flower Cart; 2-Piece Stepback Cupboard; 1850 One Door Wardrobe; Arts & Crafts Table and Chairs; 1850s Ladder-back Chairs; 1850 Table; 1880 DisplayTable; Unusual Arts & Crafts Table / Bench; Arts & Crafts Pottery; Arts & Craft Stained Glass Windows; 6 foot Totem Pole; Unusual Oak Stacking Bookcase; Unusual Oak Spice Box; and MORE! See photo gallery.

Row 4, Spaces 13-14: Several brewery signs and road signs; Mid-century chrome countertop appliances; Bach trombone in need of repair; miniature monocular microscope; Stanley #68 ruler; Royal Crown Cola thermometer; Prohibition wood carved plaque; Album of swan cards; Drewry's can; Primitive painted young girl bust; CI bookends; Modern John Deere tin sign; Industrial safety light; Primitive wood mouldings and stool; Black Mfg. based floor light; Smudge lamp; Scan & Go Track Game; Several pictures and prints; Lead Soldier shadow box; Chess set; 1940's-50's painted bread box; 6 wood Native carvings; Howdy Doody Vinyl Head; Bushnell Zoom scope; Many flats of jewelry; Old Dirt Tamper; Galvanized watering can and coal carrier; A selection of pink depression glass; Violin in case; toys; Mill-Rose gun cleaning kit; Watches; tools; magnifier on stand; Ball jars; Chesty Potatoe Chip tin; Coleman Lantern; Smoking stand light; Early model plane boxes; old purses; kachinka doll; Leinies red canoe beer tapper; Cub Power record; "Remember the Maine" tray; Large flat of marbles; Old Johnson outboard for repair with spare parts; Flat of shotgun shells, other gun stuff; Melody Player organ roller box; Kreamer Deco Cannister set; S/P flatware; Large Mitutoyo machine tool box; Large jewelry chest; Midcentury aluminum ware; Celestron Telescope and stand; Deco lamps and midcentury lamps; Pair Art Deco sconces; vintage metal plant stand; 4 nice matching ice cream chairs; Large pair steel wall sconces; Old Niles, Michigan BPOE plate; Old glass domed ceiling light; Old stenciled Singer Sewing machine in domed box; Large Brass pool table light; SHORE STATION hubcap; Atlas HO train cars; McCoy Mammy string holder; Pair German porcelain clock dials; Pyrex lid opener; MEGAFORCE metal grinder(works); Selmer Metronoma; 2 Electric guitars; 3 vintage snowboards; wood and metal washboard; bellows; old oil lamps; U.S. Marine Corps large hand carved wood plaque; +++

Row 2, Spaces 1-2: Good Vintage Quilts from Private Collection - Rare Pickle Jar Pattern Quilt; Mint Condition 1870s-1880s Quilt; Plantation Quilt with Blueberry and Walnut Dye; Primitives; Ball Jars; VIntage Sleds; Glassware; and MORE! See photo gallery.

Our Miscellaneous & Antique Auction is held every Wednesday, year round. The auction starts by the sound of the bell at 9 am sharp! Eight to ten auctioneers will take up the auction cry. Our main market thrust is for the better quality antique and collectible items, however as one of our old time auctioneers, Argie, used to state, "We sell anything from soup to nuts!" 

Every Wednesday we have people in attendance from all across the country. Many of our customers are here every Wednesday, both buyers and sellers, while every Wednesday there are people in attendance for the very first time. First time or for the last 40 years, we appreciate your business. 

If you are interested in selling, give us a call to reserve your auction space. If you are wanting to buy - one time or a box truck full, this is the place!

Photos are uploaded as received by the vendors and each Tuesday evening by 5 pm, so check back often to see what has been added. This sampling of items is a great way to find where you want to start your bidding on the day of the sale!  *Please Note: Day of sale takes precedence over advertised material (listings, captions, photo gallery and print ads). Thank you for understanding.

Lodging with the Farmstead Inn & Conference Center is right across the road. Our beautiful Inn is open to meet your rooming needs and you can book your stay by calling 260.768.4595, or book online now.



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