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Col. Dorothy Schaffer Auction, Estate Sale, & Appraisal Service
St. Louis, MO.
Aug. 13, 2016, 9:30 A.M.
Preview 8:00 AM on Saturday.
Note:Estate of longtime collector and pack rat. 50 year collection
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ANTIQUE FURNITURE(2) circa 1920 oak chiming grandfather clocks, one is a Lenzkirch Black Forest Germany clock; outstanding marble top and tile back washstand; Eastlake burl front marble top drop center dresser and tall back bed; Wurlitzer console piano; circa 1920 serpentine front dresser & chest w/ mirrors & paw feet; circa 1930 three sided glass china cabinet; Jacobean style dining table w/barley twist legs w/ five Queen Ann chairs; (2) circa 1910 oak side by side slant front secretaries and bookcase; circa 1940 3 legged pie crust top table; oak Eastlake high back bed; Mission oak sideboard; circa 1920 slant top secretary; (3) piece 1930's bedroom set; round top oak pedestal table; white painted Hoosier cabinet; (4) oak bentwood & pierced back chairs; childs doll bed & high chair; (2) heart back ice cream chairs; library table; Circa 1950 marble base floor lamp; circa 1950's oak stencil kitchen table, 4 chairs & china cabinet (no picture); vanity bench; miscellanies antique chairs; camel back & steamer trunks; several antique furniture pieces that need TLC; circa 1960 hutch w/bowed glass; & more!
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLESGerman book dated 1796; Gilbert cherry wall clock w/lower shelving; Rococo walnut regulator wall clock (2) black enamel mantel clocks; anniversary clock; small Keebler figural clock; Art Deco Admiral black plastic clock radio; Art Nouveau bronze lady vanity mirror; (3) art glass lamp bases (1) signed Miller; boudoir prism lamps; alabaster lamps; framed reverse painting of church in winter; WW II large Library copy of complete St. Louis Post Dispatch papers for April, 1944; WW I gas mask & helmet; (2) circa 1955 bicycles; old red paint wood corn sheller; (2) Butter stamps; trench art cigarette lighter; lot of cigarette advertising lighters; WW I lead soldiers; military medals WW I cross medal ; old childs spring horse; tin toy wash machine; many other old toys;
box full of older 70's Hot Wheels, Lesney, Tootsie, & Matchbox cars; old Barbie dolls & clothes; old porcelain head doll; German porcelain half dolls; Mattel 1949 Bob Clampett Beany doll; Cinderella string puppet; other old dolls; old board games; Fisher Price toys; cap guns: Mattel Fanner 50, Pony Boy, Hubley guns: Texas, Rodeo, Pet, & Tex; Daisy .177 BB revolver; Tonka jeep; (6) scale model Burago diecast cars; tin Trucks; Buddy-L truck; cast toy tractors; 1965 dealers giveaway American Rambler plastic car; Pan-American tin helicopter; Limar tin truck; old brass, old wood croquet game trumpet; old washboards; old silver plated & sterling silver flatware; picture frames; cabinet card photos; oil lamps; costume jewelry; mesh purse; vintage dresses; linens; quilts; doilies; pocket watches; collection of beer cans; collection rolling pins; cast iron kettles; lot of still banks; pickle jars one with a Daisey butter churn top; collection of crocks; Pepsi Tastee Freeze wall clock; Budweiser Wall clock w/Clydesdales horses; 45RPM, albums, and 78 RPM records; old picture frames; tomahawk stone; collection of canes; bronze ship bookends; Ernest Tubb Signed album; (6) Big Little Books; 1913 adventure Magazines; brown Granite ware kettle & cups; boxes of knives all sizes including Shapleigh's, Soligen; copper spout sprinkling can; cast iron pots and pans, one is Griswold; old brass furniture handles; Case & other collectible pocket knives; & more!
GLASS, CHINA & PORCELAIN early 1900's four piece Bird of Paradise wash bowl set, made in Eng.; (2) Aladdin Alacite Lincoln Drape hurricane lamps; large leaded art glass lamp shade; Roseville pottery; 100 pieces Fire King jadeite and other jadeite glass; Jadeite lamps; several Hull vases; several Japan childs tea sets; much depression glass in crystal, pink, green, cobalt blue, various patterns; Fostoria American crystal depression glass; (3) sets Jeanette Iris & Herringbone crystal depression pitchers and footed glasses plus extra pieces, candle holders, etc. marigold Iris depression pieces; Royal Ruby Glass; (4) circa 1920 brass chandeliers; Shawnee Smiley Pig cookie jar; Shawnee King Corn China; old rooster & rabbit glass candy containers; (2) Goebel figurines; Hall Autumn Leaf china including ball pitcher & Aladdin teapot, salt & pepper, etc.; much lusterware; Lefton Rose China; open lace crystal cake plate and dishes; lots of crystal stemware; large plaid Czechoslovakia pitcher; McCoy vases; (2) sets McCoy pitcher w/sugar & creamer;
McCoy stove cookie jar; hand painted Nippon tea set; large crystal punch bowl & cups; small Watt pottery pitcher; lg. Watt bowl w/pink/blue stripes; chalk carnival dog; lot of 1970's Sears Mushroom kitchen canisters, clock, cups, S&P; ceramic miniature dogs, horses; miniature hand painted German figurines; much pattern glass; Franciscan china; carnival glass; lot of Occupied Japan Porcelain; Yellowware bowl w/green tint; Red Wing pottery; blown glass decanter set; crock butter churn (new); blue bird china; Northwood creamer & pitcher pattern glass; box full Currie & Ives china by Royal; newer black glass; Hull & Hall teapots; red transferware china by Clarence Cliff; early wash bowl; Japan willow ware; lot box perfume bottles & dresser boxes; Danbury Mint Lenox Bird plates & Hummel plates; Wedgwood Countryside blue/white china; (2) boxes newer carnival glass; porcelain figures; (4) newer art glass shades; Ezra brooks cat decanter; Tiffin satin glass jack in the pulpit vases; salt & pepper collection; & more!
ANTIQUE & OTHER TOOLS 1874 Winchester bullet mold tool and other old bullet mold tools; antique foot pump wood lathe; antique hand powered drill press; 8 HP gas powered generator; large commercial floor scales one sliding weight, the other large dial indicating; blacksmith tools; table saw; industrial chop saw; Hofs electric planer; air powered grinders; electric grinders; grinding wheels; hydraulic porta power pumps; table top jig saw; air drive cutting tools; air powered jack hammer; come-a long; antique hammers & hand tools; large antique corkscrews; electric surface sander; sockets; ratchets; files; bit braces; bits; work benches; shovels & axes; axe, hammer & shovel handles; electric motors; large commercial jacks; antique jacks; and other tools!
OTHER ITEMS Over 2000 BOOKS of all kinds, some dating back to 1800's; 350 cookbooks; boxes full of paperback books; Maytag gas dryer; large chest freezer; pictures; prints; mirror; leather cowboy hats; Mexican sombrero; bulls horns; deer antlers; cloth oriental figures; sewing machines; wedding dress; D-Tex metal detector; horseshoes, scrap iron; fold up picnic table w/ seats; new small Igloo electric refrigerator; lot of new pocket knives; and many lot boxes full of glass, pottery, china; dolls; kitchen; knives, advertising; collectibles; and you name it!
Order of auction: Due to the enormous amount of items we will be selling in two auction rings simultaneously part of the time. Selling will take place in a very large room in the air conditioned indoors in one ring.
Another auction ring will start in the large garage, with all the tools, heavy equipment, antique bicycles, large kettles, etc.. Then this ring will go in the basement and sell all the books, the dryer and freezer, the workshop area, and records. From there this ring will go outside selling lot boxes under large shade trees, until approximately a total of 150-200 lots have been sold. We will then revert to only one ring in the house until all is sold, and then move outside again to the other furniture first, and then will sell the lot boxes.
BEVERAGE, HOT DOGS, & SNACKS WILL BE AVAILABLE
Parking will be on the property, and on the opposite side of the street from the auction only.
TERMS= No buyers premium and no tax. We take cash, or good check with two forms of ID required, with picture and thumbprint taken as per request of the owner. Everything sells "As is, Where is." No warranties implied. No Returns! Once items are declared sold they are your responsibility! Nothing is to be removed from premises until settled for. Only hand held items may be removed from inside the house during the auction inside the house. Announcements made day of sale supercedes printed material. Not responsible for accidents should they occur. MO. Lic. # 4952
All successful bids must be paid in full at the sale's conclusion.
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Col. Dorothy Schaffer
St. Louis, MO. 636-938-1337
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