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Auctioneer Davies Auctions 765-449-4515
Auction Date Jul 14 Auction
Judi's Catering Banquet Hall
101 Plaza Lane
Lafayette, IN
Time 09:30AM
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  • Early cherry Mason Co., Ky. sugar chest

    Early cherry Mason Co., Ky. sugar chest

  • Sugar chest top

    Sugar chest top

  • Dbl. lined interior w/ divider

    Dbl. lined interior w/ divider

  • Hand chamfered back

    Hand chamfered back

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AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 1232
       We will sell the estate of Jean Wann from Newtown with additions includes early country furniture, old hickory furniture & accessories, primitives, artwork, advertising, Indian artifacts, Dixie Chopper 32 h.p. zero turn 72" cut mower w/ 635 hrs and more 

                         ESTATE AND ANTIQUE AUCTION 
                         SATURDAY JULY 14, 9:30 A.M. 
                             LAFAYETTE, INDIANA

   We will sell the Jean Wann Estate from Newtown w/ some additions all moved for convenience to Judi’s Catering Banquet Hall, 101 Plaza Lane located off Old Hwy 231 South as follows: 

 A very good early Mason Co., Ky cherry sugar chest w/ dovetailed drawer, divider and double wooden lining inside, on turned legs (no repairs); ca. 1820 Eastern pine original paint decorated single 12 glass pane door corner cupboard w/ 2 doors below w/ good cornice and moldings; walnut flat wall blind door cupboard in orig. surface; early blind door flat wall cupboard in old mustard paint, all wood pinned; single paneled door old grey painted jelly cupboard; 2 pc. paned glass door step back cupboard; walnut country wardrobe; walnut chest of drawers; Old Hickory 3’ square table w/ cross stretcher; 24” round Old Hickory table; other Old Hickory includes 2 floor lamps, signed Martinsville fireplace log holder, double size bed, 2 smoking stands, armed rocker and armchair, salesman sample Old Hickory; large ash and walnut 2 piece blind door bookcase w/ several drawers; walnut glass door corner cupboard; 2 walnut Victorian glass door bookcase; walnut stand; walnut 2 drawer night stand; arrowback mammy’s bench; oak secretary (needs some work); slant lid Dayton, Ohio coffee bin; 7’ work table; 6 D.R. Dimes bowback armchairs in old green crackled paint; 36” Queen Anne tilt top tea table; pantry cupboard; other furniture; 

 19th century patriotic wood drum with paint decorated eagle and shield w/ E Pluribus Unum, 16” dia. x 14” t. w/ interior label from Boston, Mass.; 18” dia. x 7” d. burl bowl w/ great surface; Ca. 1850 O/C pair of 28” x 38” portraits; Ca. 1840 O/C portrait of gentleman; early wood tape loom; slant lid hanging wall box in old surface; dovetailed sliding lid box; Arcade wall coffee grinder; Annapolis, Ind. 2 gal. crock; old store bread keeper; Anderson, Ind. Nat’l Horse Thief Detective Agency Constable badge; 2 wood old house exterior fretwork pieces; fishing lures and poles; 2 wood pantry boxes; painted firkin; old broad axes; 2 SW Indian baskets; several Indian artifacts from Fountain Co. includes axes, points includes some Indiana green, celts and a gorget w/ tally marks; Skookum Indian dolls; game board; 8 drawer hanging spice cabinet in old green paint; ca. 1930 painted wood doll house; seated rabbit CI door stop; stereoviewer & cards; unusual horse collar measure with Rockford, Illinois advertising; several toys includes 1920’s Steelcraft 25” Mack Jr. dump truck, Distler German Mercedes tin wind up convertible, 2 Hubley CI race cars; iron cap guns, early Auto Race board game, few Daisy BB guns, 1938 tin Lone Ranger target game; rare Trout-Line Tobacco pocket tin; porcelain DeLaval sign; tin self framed Cunard Steamship Lines with RMS Mauretania ship from Port of Jacksonville; tin self framed Southern Railway sign depicting train on the High Bridge Over the Kentucky River; 1935 tin Orange Crush menu board; 1960’s Coca Cola menu board; porcelain No Smoking sign; metal Standard Oil floor display rack; Sharples Cream Separator tin hanging match safe; tons of small advertising items; old postcards includes Clapsaddles, 1913 Indy 500; 2 ca. 1915 slag glass paneled lamps; 2 kerosene hanging dbl angle lamps; Aladdin kerosene lamps; 1917 brass bugle; 2 old trombones; nickleplated trumpet; Sleepy Eye vase; several pcs of Watt Ware; nest of Fire King Tulip mixing bowls; 1844 Bucks Co., Pa. 4 color coverlet; some handstitched quilts; few old clocks; 5 tin toleware serving trays; ornate brass birdcage w/ brass stand; Westinghouse brass blade fan; some paper ephemera; 2 jointed early teddy bears; several metal Germany deer; several marked Germany animals; German bisque doll; few pcs of Rookwood; some hp china plates; collection of pattern glass spooners; pattern covered compote w/ amber stain; combination iron safe on wheels; partial listing ZERO TURN LAWN MOWER Dixie Chopper 32 hp Model 3200 XT 72” cut zero turn mower with 635 one owner hours, owner selling for health reasons. Sells at 10:00 A.M. 

 TERMS: CASH, MC/VISA, GOOD INDIANA CHECK W/ POSITIVE DRIVER’S LICENSE ID. Out of state checks if known by auction firm or be accompanied by current letter of bank credit. 13% buyers premium, 3% discount for check or cash.  

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Doug Davies, Auctioneer #01032604 
Kenny Synesael, Auctioneer #10000006 
P.O. Box 5542 
Lafayette, IN 47903 
765-449-4515 765-491-2018 (cell) email: 

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Note: Some outstanding items in this sale. Preview Friday July 13th from Noon to 4:00 P.M. and sale day starting at 8:00 AM. Air conditioned building and lunch served.

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