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Auctioneer M. R. Clark Auction and Appraisial LTD 636-390-2220
Auction Date Feb 02 Auction
Location
1007 EAST THIRD STREET
AMERICAN LEGION
WASHINGTON, MO
Time 09:00AM
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GAS, OIL, ANTIQUE ESTATE AUCTION           

When: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2ND,  2019 9 AM

Where: Where: 1007 EAST THIRD ST., WASHINGTON, MO  63090

AMERICAN LEGION

 

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. 

 

1960 Chevy stepside pick up truck, restored (see web for pictures)-(Sells right before Firearms)

Firearms:  Sell at 11:30

  1. Winchester XPR w/Vortex 3 x 9 scope-300 Winmag,
  2. Browning A Bolt 7mm Rem Mag New In Box,
  3. Remington 541 X US Target 22 cal unfired w/manual,
  4. Browning BPS NWTF 12 ga gold inlaid receiver New In Box,
  5. Remington 552 Speedmaster 22 cal,
  6. Tristar Cobra pump 12ga unfired,
  7. H&R 20 ga Pardner New In Box,
  8. C Sharps new model 1863-saddle ring carbine-conversion gun
  9. Smiths Carbine civil war (perhaps unfired) w/cartouches
  10. Model 1842 Harpers Ferry 69 cal musket w/ram rod
  11. Model 1873 Trapdoor Springfield 45-70
  12. First Model Trapdoor  1865 Allen 58 cal conversion w/cartouch
  13. Winchester Model 1886 33WCF –barrel
  14. US Springfield M1 Garand w/flash suppressor, original sling circa 1943
  15. Winchester Model 12-16ga solid raised rib 1928
  16. Remington Fieldmaster Model 572-22 pump
  17. Ruger Bearcat 22 LR single action

 

Military Items: Authentic machine gun tripod mount w/adaptors, WWII Armory gun rack for Colt 1911- 45’s, WWII radio receiver, Military Field Desk, Vietnam Era cluster bomb dummy, Colt bayonet, American Fork & Hoe M1 Garand bayonet, sword bayonet, Peabody sword bayonet, Mark I British bayonet, Western bowie-never used, WWI 37 mm shell, dummy grenade, trench art ash trays,

 

Porcelain Signs: Mobile Pegasus Socony  Vacuum Aviation Products, Dutch Boy Paint, Socony Motor Oil, Cities Service, Carnation Ice Cream (double sided), DX Motor Oil (early-cream colored), 1926 Approved Wayside Station (double sided), The Texas Company (early Texaco), Yard Office, ALA (double sided), Atlantic Refining Co Motor Oil (single side), Diamond Shamrock, Texaco (single sided), Stop Tank Car Connected (single sided), Conoco gas pressure (single sided), Lead, Amerada Hess, Tabakwaren-German, AAF Cycoil (small), 1924 Pictographs, Republic Natural gas (single sided), Am Weidenschlag, Atlantic Richfield, Arco Oil & Gas Co.,Conoco Continental Oil Company 18 ft. store sign,

 

Signs: MFA fence, Sheffield fence, Royal Crown thermometer, Forest Crop Land, Barber Green porcelain, Good Year V belts, Warning gas pipeline,  Egerts Motel Route 66 sign, Nyals Family Remedies tin sign, Serve Coca Coola isle marker, FBLA, AB Grape Bouquet, Coast Gaurd Safety, Honda Engines, 5cent Pepsi, Royal Crown string holder sign, Danger High Voltage Gulf, Furnished Apartment, Edison Mazda headlights, Philips 66 Pepsi Dr Pepper store sign, vintage stop sign, Swifty Gas, Star Brand Shoes, Valvoline Motor Oil, Registered State of New York Dealer (double sided), Official State of New York Motor Vehicle Inspection (double sided), BF Goodrich, APCO, Servi Star Hardware (double sided), Gabriel shock absorbers (one sided), two piece local one sided sign-New Haven Home Oil Co., Prime Rib, Coke Lucky Lanes (plastic), cast sign post,

Gas Pump- 1940's Phillips 66 with original paint

Antiques Collectibles, Smalls:  Stag cone top can, Griesedieck beer glass, Caproni Bros & Co Providence RI crock jug, nice crock chicken waterer-good graphics, Sterling wall telephone complete with label, 30 gal apple butter kettle w/primitive hand made hand crank stirrer, cast iron mortar/pestal, old truck drivers log book, Sinclair Oil inflatable Dino, Daufuski Oyster can one gallon size 1935, Constable police pic circa 1885, Skelgas advertising, movie posters-Jesse James Jr (50’s), Backtrack, Apache Rifles, The Milkman, 1953 The Red Head From Wyoming (Maureen O’hara) & Iron Mountain Trail, Imperial Shot Shells cardboard sign, Pepsi cardboard sign, GM parts division posters, 1962 Coke lunch sign, vintage Falstaff light-needs repair, Rambler pinball game, Poosh Em Up games IOB, 5 in 1 electric poosh em up, Rodeo Bagadelle poosh em up, Home Run and Zip poosh em up, 45 records, Nylint fire truck, possible Klan robes?-1 black;1 white –attached label-“Military & Society Goods” ,  copper tea kettle, Victory Brand Lard Co. tin, Hollywood Toy TV w/box (small crack in top), vintage Reynolds envelope sealer pat 1910, 35” Amish harvest basket, circa 1900 Mammy/Pappy andirons, salesman sample western saddle, large car bank-mold blown glass, Diamond Dyes box/double sided, jumbo soda bottles w/elephant, pair of Beaver canning jars ½ gallon & quart, Mack hood ornament,  group of assorted advertising cans including coffee, oil and automotive, hand forged hog splitter, vintage coke carrier & bottles, Kreamo Bread store push, 1 gallon jar churn-ho-made, vintage Coca Cola clock, 2 pair vintage snow shoes, Pepsi thermometer, Military-Crossing the Equator award, wooden sap buckets-some painted, sap boiler, metal ships wheel, primitive 1850’s well crank, new old stock GEM cistern pump, wash tub on stand, oxen yoke, sunshine biscuit display, wooden chicken coop, galvanized metal bath tub, small copper kettle/pot, Happy Home Steam washer –good graphics, primitive child's wooden sled w/blue paint, general store clothes pin barrel, two pair wooden cross country skis, Eclipse crescent moon windmill weight 1880, (2) hand carved double handled dough bowls, Hudson Bay blankets, Old Ironsides constitution model ship for repair, couple other ship models, re-tread for your reel mower, nice group of Tonka pressed metal toys, large kraut cutter, vintage windmill tail-“Wincharger”, Sylvania chemical can, pair of copper kettles 10 gal., Beaver candy kettle, pair of St. Louis street lamps, barbed wire display in the shape of MO., small cast iron oval kettle w/lid, porcelain drinking fountain, bicycle pump

 


Mounts, Antique Tools, Traps, Hunting, Fishing:  Audad sheep mount, bugling Elk mount, 10 pt white tail rack, steer horns, 250lb locomotive steam bell 129876, Collection of small advertising anvils-John Deere, Western Hardware’s, Okla steel, Philadelphia smelting works & Stewart, Purina Cow Chow hanging scale, collection of carved & cork working decoys, salesman sample buck saw, green enamel island light (gas pump?), pair of grey enamel fluted 19” fixtures, embossed Orvis minor trap, Johnson glass minnow trap, Winchester W13 & W32 meat grinders, Griswold 1112 meat grinder,  wrenches including Cock shut, Planet Jr & Comet, A Belanger, Iron age & Wilkson plow, Arrow cupless tobacco cutter, Weiland Coudy Hardware Co.,1925 Plymouth windshield w/wiper & bullet hole in glass, pair of Victor leg traps, collection of hand forged fish gigs, Newhouse #5 Pat Sept 26, 1911 bear trap (no repro), #114 Newhouse Wolf trap w/teeth not repro, pair of victor #14 traps w/teeth, 1926 gas pump nozzle, vintage fox hunters horn, old fishing creel, 16” brass propeller, cast iron tool box for Warrior mower, oil bottle carrier & bottles, vintage minnow buckets-Green River & Mowhawk, South bend fly rod reel w/box, Pfluger Pakron fly reel, American Fork & Hoe tool holder from general store,  hose clamp holder/display, 1967 Mustang instrument cluster, 1965 Coleman military lantern in original box, Peter Wright anvil, 1949 Chevy truck hood, 1930’s Chrysler grill frame, hay trolleys, English watering can, wooden pull cart w/wooden spoke wheels, blacksmith strap hinges, blacksmith forged hooks, blue painted wheel barrow w/steel wheel, hand made boat anchor, early proto type model of mine car Derek, black bear skin-carriage or limousine blanket, primitive wooden paddles, clam rake, hand forged trap,

 

 

Implement Seat Collection: Buckeye, Admiral Buckeye, Clarks, Patterson,  Frost & Wood, Mount Toronto, Maxwell, Maxwell (missing L), Corbin, Sylvester, Toronto 3, Massey Mower, Warrior Mower, Cossitts, Beauchemin & Fils, The Rake Toronto,  Noxon Co., Massey Toronto, Champion, M. Moody & Sons, E W Stickney, Taylor, Mc Cormick, Dufferin, Crown, Preston, M Moody, Milwaukee, Deering, Syracuse, (Note: See web for pictures)

 

 

Antique Furniture:  circa 1890-1910 wild west roulette wheel “Mason & Co.”, child's rocker marked 1888 shaker style with ox blood paint, fern pedestal, drop front secretary desk, early pecan trunk w/large dovetails, cherry bench, oak bench, pr vintage metal porch chairs/table, 1906 general store screen holder, 6 metal ice-cream parlor chairs, industrial table, pair of McCormick seed boxes turned into benches, pegged walnut cabinet-primitive construction, 1950’s turquoise TV, wagon wheel table w/glass top, Coney Island candy cart,

 

Wooden boxes/Crates:  Diamond Brand, Rubber foot wear, Royal Garden Teas, Search light matches, glove brand rubbers Heinz cider vinegar, golden orange syrup Bovinol standard oil, Libby’s, Dr GH Berry toilet preparations, Magic yeast cake, Canadian butter box, Atlas blasting caps, Werks Tag soap, others too numerous to mention at the time of this listing.

 

 

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 4% 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: Folks, this will be a fantastic auction that you don’t want to miss!  Mark your calendars!  As always, we appreciate your attendance! Mike, Julie and the Whole Auction Team.                




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