GARY DUITMAN ESTATE
W7223 STATE ROAD 23 - WEST
FOND DU LAC, WI 54937
Antique & Household
GARY DUITMAN ESTATE
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK & TRUST
FOND DU LAC, PERSONAL REP
W7223 STATE ROAD 23-WEST – FOND DU LAC, WI 54937
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2018 – 10:00 A.M.
LOCATION: 1-1/2 miles west of Hwy 41-23 & Johnson St interchange (Exit 99) on Hwy 23 (Just past the Community Church). Watch for auction signs.
LUNCH BY: Smok’n T’s.
NOTE: Gary was an avid auction goer and his buildings are full. We will be selling with 2-auction rings, so bring a bidding partner. This is only a partial list. Inspection Day of Auction Only.
REASON: To Settle the Estate.
VEHICLES & TRAILERS: NOTE: Sell Approx 1:00 P.M. (after the guns). 1933 Plymouth Coupe, suicide doors, customized street rod; 1955 Chev Nomad delivery vehicle (a restoration in progress-assembly for the buyer); 1930 Ford(?) Hupmobile(?) sedan car; 1955 Chev truck (in parts); 1955 Chev 3100 pickup truck; 1940 Ford V-8 pickup truck; 2004 Chev 2500 H.D. Silverado pickup truck, ext cab, 4x4; 2003 GMC 2500 H.D. Sierra pickup truck, ext cab, 4x4; 2004 Haulmark 16’ enclosed tandem axle trailer; 2003 United Express 16’ enclosed tandem axle trailer; 1997 American Eagle 16’ enclosed tandem axle trailer; 16’ tandem axle flatbed trailer w/winch & load ramps, wood sides; Tandem axle 16’ trailer frame (no deck); Single & double snowmobile trailers.
WISCONSIN & OTHER STONEWARE: 30-pcs of stoneware (jugs, crocks, churns & jars) cobalt markings include flowers, birds & targets, 6-pcs signed & decorated by Bachelder, plus Maxfield, Fox Valley & Ohio; Blue & red spongeware; Stoneware lids for churns & small crocks.
GUNS (Sell approx 12:30): Winchester 1894, 30-30 lever action carbine; Winchester 1894, 32-40 lever action rifle; Browning (Japan) 7mm bolt action rifle w/scope; Winchester 1200, 12 ga shotgun; Remington 742 Woodmaster 30-06 semi auto rifle w/scope; Remington 870 Express 12 ga pump shotgun; Zabala 10 ga mag double barrel shotgun; US Springfield 1842, dated 1849, musket, bored to 12 ga; Whitney “Phoenix” hinged breech-loading rifle, 44 cal, octagon barrel, single shot; Stevens (Springfield) 22 cal bolt action repeater rifle w/scope; Stevens “Little Scout” 22 cal rifle (no stock).
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Per Lysne rosemaled 3-legged corner chair; Pace 3 Jacks Penny Drop Gambling Machine Trade Stimulator; Mills Castle Front 5-Cent slot machine; Small wood trunk (believed to be salesman sample); Ornate tall metal parlor oil lamp w/cherub; 6-antique horse pull toys; White Horse whisky statuary; Murray Pontiac Station Wagon pedal car; Tramp art wall hanger; CI street car & pig banks; Wood spice cabinets; Folk art cabinets (one 4-drawer); Aladdin lamps; Elgin & Diamond Dyes cabinets; Lamp w/reverse painted lamp shade; Shaving mirror/cabinet; Coke thermometer; Gilbert Alpine oak calendar clock; Norwegian barrel chair; Round piano stool w/claw feet; Schlitz picture/poster; Early checkerboard; Galv washtub; Wood nail kegs.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Golden oak round table w/claw feet; Beer chairs (Schlitz, Blatz, Miller, Jung & Cream City); Hundreds of chairs (Fish & Dragon back, pressed back, youth & rockers); Primitive cupboards, some step back; 16-dr hardware cabinet; Alsation kitchen cupboard; Butternut Alsatian armoire; Dry sink; Biedermeier wood cabinet & work table; S-curve roll top desk; Wood blanket chest (1800s); Wood benches; Church pews; Dresser/chests w/hanky drawers; Commodes; Store counter cabinets; Chests w/drawers; Wood armoire; Large selection of furniture parts; Old doors; Crown molding.
TOOLS: Atlas floor model drill press; Craftsman band saw/sander; Delta 6” jointer; Sears radial arm saw; Lincoln 225 welder; Portable air compressor; Milwaukee sawzall & right angle drill; Porter Cable & DeWalt tools; Stihl O25 chain saw; Cherry picker engine stand; DeWalt power miter saw; DeWalt benchtop planer; Battery charger; Numerous hand tools; Pipe clamps.
MISCELLANEOUS: JD 265 lawn tractor; Toro snow blower; Large selection of lumber; Big Ox 3pt 8’ heavy-duty blade; Ladders; Plumbing supplies.
TERMS: Cash or Good Check Day of Sale. Out of state checks require current bank letter of guarantee. Photo ID Required to Register to Bid/Buy. Announcements made at sale take precedence over advertised material.
AUCTIONEERS: Daniel R. Ritger (RWA #645) Kewaskum, WI, 414-333-8625 and Mike Paul (RWA #28) Kewaskum, WI, 262-338-3030.
SALE MANAGER: James M. Seamonson (Registered Wisconsin License #132) Auction Specialists Stoughton, LLC, Stoughton, WI 608-873-7791