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10:00 AM

Antique & Household

FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 2017 – 10:00 A.M.

LOCATION: 1-1/2 miles east of Portage, on Hwy 33, to Foote Drive (1/2 mile east of Cty EE/BP Gas Station) north, one block, to #8402. Watch for auction signs.

LUNCH BY: Primetime Towne Fryer.

REASON: Selling Home. NOTE: Stan has been very active, with the Model A Club, since 1957. This auction has many interesting items. This is only a partial list.

FORD “MODEL A” CAR: NOTE: Sells approx. 12:30. 1931 Model A Tudor car, mechanically restored, Quail radiator cap (Very Good Condition).

CAR PARTS & LITERATURE: NOTE: A large selection of Model A, 1967 Mustang & 1968 Cougar items. MODEL A includes restored headlights & tail light, radiator caps, Moto meter, right front fender, Rex Aco oil gauge, wheels, horn, Model A News (1957-2017), Model A Judging Standards & Restoration Guidelines (1982-1998) Plus more. 1967 MUSTANG ITEMS includes dash vents, mirrors, smog pump, consoles for shift levers, tilt swing-away steering wheel, wheel covers, under-dash wire harness, mirrors, coils, alternators, plus literature. 1968 COUGAR ITEMS include 4-Bbl. carburetor for 302 engines, cylinder heads, dashes w/instruments, bumpers & guards, grill, Hi/Lo horns, 7-taillights (Sequential) hub caps & wheel trim rings; numerous car manuals.

YARD ITEMS: Snapper LE1438 lawn tractor w/deck, grass catcher, hydro, also has thatcher attach; 2-rotary push mowers; Snapper snow thrower w/elec start; Yard hand tools.

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Kellogg wall-mount telephone plus other old phones; Arcade/Crystal wall-mount coffee grinder; Railroad & skater lanterns plus others; 4-glass fishnet floats; Snow shoes; Golden oak/veneer table w/drawer; Grindley (England) set of dishes & serving pieces; Wood box wheelbarrow w/steel wheel; Wood spoke grain drill wheels; Steal beam walking plow; Well pump; Dump rake wheels; Horse pull sickle mower; Hand cistern pump; Hand-crank post drill; Primitive wood bench; Kodagraph film reader; Horse statuary; Aladdin lamp w/white shade; Many salt & peppers include Shawnee & F&F plastic Aunt Jemima & Uncle Mose; Set of Red Wing dishes; Red Wing 5 gal crock; Schwinn bicycle; Iola & Dearborn commemorative coins; Needlepoint folding chair; Railroad (Portage) etchings; Dearborn 1965 Model A picture; Majolica-type flower pots; Eulberg beer bottle; Fenton & Carnival glass; ’76 Brewer glasses; Hay knife; Wire wheel buggy base; Old Coca-Cola & Pepsi bottles; Rowe pottery lamp; Plant press; Tin Stonemo adv thermometer plus other adv items; Huron Cement Salesman sample; Oil lamps; Cyclone & wand grass seeders; Triumph hand corn planter; Bookcase w/glass door; Wood tooth rake; Wicker doll rocker; Flat irons (1 w/reservoir); Old wood skis; Train whistle bellow (handmade); Horse collar w/hames; Kraut cutter; Meat cleaver; Green canning jars (glass & zinc lids); Signs include Robbins Street & Ford country; Model 31 Rolls Royce Phaeton; Door hardware; Railroad memorabilia; Wire minnow trap; Coca-Cola ads; Ice tongs; Woodworking planes; Adv tins.

TOYS: Farmall F-20 Precision tractor, 1/12 scale (Franklin Mint); Fifteen 1/18 scale Mustang & other cars (Amer. Muscle & others); Toy Ford & AC tractor; Model car kits; Franklin Mint cars; Mobilgas & Gulf gas stations; Snow Village Uptown Motors w/two 64-1/2 Mustangs.

HOUSEHOLD: 2-new Singer knitting machines plus accessories, regular & chunky gauge (#155 & SR155); Assort furniture; AVON items.

MISCELLANEOUS: Deer & Antelope head-mounts; Fishing items; Folding chairs w/sun canopy; Bench grinder; 2-1/4 T floor jack; Bench vise; Bag carts; Alum snow rake; WEB bug zapper; Portable air tank; Plastic decoys; Much more.

TERMS: Cash or Good Check. Out of state checks require current bank letter of guarantee. All purchases must be settled for day of sale. Number System used-Photo ID Required to Register Bid/Buy. Announcements made at sale take precedence over advertised material.

AUCTIONEER: Norman Taylor, Jr. (RWA #596) Rio, WI, 920-992-5597 or 608-697-2250.

SALE MANAGER: James M. Seamonson (Registered Wisconsin License #132) Auction Specialists Stoughton LLC Stoughton, WI 608-873-7791

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For more information, please contact:

Jim Seamonson | 6088737791jimseamonson@charter.net