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Auctioneer Bostick Auction Service 336-492-5992
Auction Date Sep 20 Auction
10477 Old Us Hwy 52
Winston Salem, NC
Time 10:00AM
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Absolute Auction of Rare tools that built America, Pottery, Advertising, Railroad Collectibles, Military, Furniture, Farm Tools, Toys and Early American Cookware.
There are over 5,000 items to be sold, hundreds of items not listed will be sold.

Terms:  Payment due in full of Auction by Cash, North Carolina Check, Credit Card - 3% processing fee on Credit Cards.  Everything sold as is, where is.  Announcements made day of Auction take precedence over all other written material. NO BUYERS PREMIUM!

Auction Preview will begin each sale day at 8am.  BRING A CHAIR

When using an GPS, do not turn onto West Dr., driveway is off Hwy 52 at the White House, watch for signs.

Advertising:  66” Gulf sign, 72” Sinclair sign, Coke button, Peanut machine, Remington sign, Prince Albert cans & display, Camel sign, Granger Tobacco sign, wooden Royal Baking Powder box, advertising hand fans, display cabinet for combs, Overall advertising banner, Brown Mule metal plates, Coble ice cream, Case Sanborn Coffee, Thermometers:  Delco, Winston Cigarettes, Pepsi, Royal Crown, Coke, Dr. Pepper, Lighted Signs:  Camel, Budweiser, Pepsi, Orange, 7up, Whistle golden orange clock, Coke menu board, Dr. Pepper clock, advertising cans, Health Club Baking Powder can, Rosemary coffee can, Winchester Western Ball Powder can, Orange Crush sign, Winchester Twist (IL Walker Tobacco Co.), Snow Drift shortening, Red Rose animal feeder, Coke tray and many more Advertising items.

Railroad Collectibles:  N&W RR Lamp, Headlight for RR steam engine, Simplex RR jacks’ model 8417, steam whistle, RR lantern collection, shop hammers, RR wrenches, RR spikes and lots of other railroad collectible items.

Pottery:  Redwing pottery - # 4 jug, # 5 jug, Large 3-gallon whiskey jug, stone bowls, Old # 5 jug (stoneware), storage crock, whisky jugs, milk crocks, churns, miscellaneous pottery bowls and lots of other pottery items.

Military:  WWII helmets, saddle, US cavalry holster, military mess kit, 1918 Limber gun cart, German helmet, blackout heat lights, bridle backband w/ US brass buttons, Revenuer boots and lots of other Military items.

Early American Cookware:  Griswold colonial breakfast skillet, # 3 skillet, 5 square egg skillet, # 7 skillet, # 10 skillet, # 5 skillet, # 8 skillet, Keystone food chopper skillet, Wagner ware “ee” for break fingers, Jr. krust corn cobs, green handle kitchen utensils, funnel and cans, hog butcher knives, fireplace crane, Sawtooth fireplace trammel, cast iron muffin pan, Favorite-Pique ware # 8 waffle iron, cast iron waffle iron, Wagner Mfg. Co waffle iron July 8, 1892, # 4 cast iron tea kettle, Lodge deep skillet w/ lids, Avery & Co. footed skillet, early fireplace shelf, early 1700’s waffle iron and much more Early American Cookware.

Furniture:  Large leather round top trunk and other old trunks, baby bed, children’s rocker, ice cream shop chairs, woven runners, rope bed, old peddle sewing machines, lots of wooden chairs, high back oak bed, iron bed, desk (shown below), showcase (shown below) and

lots of other furniture items.

Toys:  Small metal train toys and other metal toys, Hess truck and airplane, 10c toy vending machine, fire truck, JD toys, Fisher Price tick-tock teaching clock, sewing machine and lots of other toys.

Blacksmith:  Blacksmith tools, large anvil, 1700’s scythe anvil “denglestock”, tongs, hammers, forge, wagon wheel ring anvil, post vise, drill press, hand forged wrenches, horse shoeing tools, farriers’ box, horse wagon building tools, wagon jacks and many other Blacksmith items.

Homestead Items:  broad axes, cane mill, hand water pump, horse hames, Maytag engines, picks, hatchets, hammers, leather tools, caddies, horse collars, water buckets, lanterns, hoist pullers, grinding stones, garden tools, Stihl 028 chainsaw, Shepard Grist Mill (Grist Mill February 4, 1913 made in Thomasville, NC), GE ice box, hand corn mill grinder, 48” saw mill blade, 50” saw mill blade, galvanized water can, log grabs, feed scoops, bob wire stretchers, power wedges, draw hoe, meadow hoe, turnip hoe, brush ax, grub hoe, pick mattock, treadle grindstone, brush ax, hand weeding fork, stable fork, digging fork, vegetable scoop fork, prong hoe, corn fork, sling blades, wheat cradle, 2,3,4 prong pitch forks, crosscut saws, feed bag holder, cider mill, platform scale and many more Homestead items.

Collectibles:  Collection of comic books, Archie Digest magazines, Life magazines, Record collection, Taylor biscuit jar, hanging store scales (same from store in Cheraw, SC), Horlick malted milk jar, huge wooden bread bowl, Superior cotton planter, Wisconsin engine, wooden wagon jacks, door locks made in Old Salem, platform and hanging scales, Blackhawk corn sheller, butter worker, shaving horse, Thomason wheel borrow, grass seeder, Enterprise grinding mill, raft auger, old cherry pitters, Graflex Series B camera & other old camera by Kodak, wash boards, 2 gallon glass churn, printing press model 5X8, General Electric ice box, 2 metal egg baskets, wooden saddle, cotton scales, chicken waters, Early mid-1800 Bath tub, old Bluegrass wagon, Antonius Stradivarius Violin # 17, iron wagon wheels, large & medium Copper kettle, Dupont blasting box, antique dental compressor, antique wall telephone, Penn fishing reels, Ford wrenches and jack, wagon wheel safety breaks, ball & chain, leg chain, hand cuffs, apple cider press, Hardware Specialty Mfg. Mortis Machine, peddle sewing machine, stone hand grinder, oil lamps and lanterns, large wooden rocking horse, Mobo metal horse, Sireno mechanical siren, Moonshine Whiskey barrel, Pinehand 50 & 100 outdoor brooder and many more collectible items to be sold.  Mining items to be sold:  Hats, lunch buckets, coal miners lights, coal miners buckets with key & miner # and coal miners tools.

Ancient Carpenters Tools:  Champion mortiser (approx. 100 yrs old), screw taps, calipers, chucks, tarning tools, spiral auger bits and plug bits, tap augers, pod augers, reamers, 18th century tap augers, nose augers, carpenters mallets, mortise chisel, forming chisels, bow saw, buck saw, veneer saw, pit saw, hand saws, cross cut saws, chairmaker saw, handled pit saw, frames pit saw, froe riving maul, foot adz, spoon bit, twist bit auger, frame saw, hammers – old style and adz eye hatchet, half hatchet, lathing hatchet, kent axe, jack plane, trying plane, smoothing plant, rabbeting plane, tongue and groove plants, crown plane, combination plane, carpenters hand adz, hand chisels, mortising chisels, twibil mortising ax, auger with spoon bit, wooden grace and center bit, marking gauge, wooden marking square, woodworker’s screwdriver, miter saw, wood lathe, draw knives, double screw clamps, bar clamps, wood rasps, bluegrass hammers and many more ancient carpenters tools to be sold.

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