Guns - Furniture – Antiques - Collectibles
Don R. Wallick Auction Center - 965 N. Wooster Ave. - Strasburg, OH 44680Wednesday
(Between Fro's Drive Thru & Rosalie's Rest.)
November 01, 2017Guns (Sell @ start of auction):
Winchester shotgun 12/16, Marlin 22 gauge Glenfield Model 20, gun rack, hunting knives, knife gift sets in tins, 6 ammo box boards.
Furniture: Queen Ann sofa table, maple TV trays, 2 half round tables, baby basket, oak clover-top lamp table, brass lamp, other lamps, Hitchcock small maple table & matching chairs, wood framed mirror, cherry night table stand, pressed back chairs, fern stand, wooden stool, large old desk lamp, mahogany gate leg table, walnut sewing rocker, oak commode cabinet, oak hall tree, old painted cupboard, plank butchering tables, folding legged meat cutting table, bucket bench, 3 section bamboo dressing screen, 5' x 3' drafting table, wooden work table, wrought iron magazine stand, cedar chest, smaller drafting table, 2 early blanket chests, 2 old trunks, oak school chair.
Collectibles: Original painting of the Mineral City train station by Betty Bell, original painting of the Magnolia Flouring Mill by Shirley Starkey 1974, ostrich egg painted w/Indian girl holding grain facing the sun, window w/snowman, stained-glass medallion, album of German 1 cent postcards 1908-1918, early thrashing machine postcards, Weller vase, Coke cola advertising clock, old iron skillets, Value Pharmacy advertising clock, large 6 bell wall hanging (very unique), roasters (copper & iron), metal wash tubs, ½ gal. canning jars, wooden butter bowl, copper broiler, milk cans, Oliver typewriter, war office chair, 2 parlor hand pumps, 2 minted kitten plates, calendar plates, old Coke bottles (some are filled), Royal Crown Cola bottle, misc. old bottles, Howdy Dowdy cereal bowl, beer steins (Franklin Mint "The Challenge of the Hunt"), Transformers lunch pail & thermos, Coke bottle w/Paul "Bear" Bryant, Pepsi "longneck" Dolly Wood commemorative bottle, 13 point deer mount, license plates, album of misc. scenic post cards, old cookbooks, old sheet music, crock & jugs, oil lamp, Watt bowl, old crock bowls, clay creamer, Hall teapot, old coffee grinders, large wooden box "SEEDS", 3 old white fireman helmets, wooden barrel, wooden boxes, large copper kettle, large cast iron kettle, baby carriage, phonograph, old quilts, hand painted bowls, Bavarian "Lily of the Valley" bowl, pink Depression cake plate, Limoges plate, Currier & Ives dishes, wire laundry basket, old vacuum cleaner, glassware, flower pots, pots & pans, 2 wooden ironing boards, old bottles, old glass salt & pepper shakers, Viking ash tray, home scale, wood door, children's books, Avon pistol dispenser, 1 deer themed pocket watch, 1 deer themed pocket watch w/matching lighter, old monkey action toy, child's small toy box, Dukes of Hazzard "Speed Junior" w/box, set of walkie-talkies, child's piano, 2 phones "Real Phone" by American Electric Company, "Inner City Delivery Service" toy truck by Marx, large collection of baseball cards, Nascar #2 Pez dispenser, Nascar #2 Father's Day special unopened box scale stock car, Nascar #2 1989 Champion scale stock car unopened box, OSU bobble head "Chris Spielman" in the box, OSU football, OSU basketball & other specialty items, NC football, Steelers football, commemorative baseballs, Tony the Tiger baseball, old bats & gloves, plus lots more still to go through!
Tools & Outside Items: Schwinn bicycles, tool carrier, feed mill dolly, buck saw, draw knife, pitch fork, corn jabber, meat saw, fishing lures & tackle, assort. of reels including South Bend Spin 23 & Norseman 110 in boxes, old horse tack, roll of wiring fencing.
Note: All FFL Rules Apply!
Terms: Cash, Check, Credit Card with proper ID auction day. 4% buyer's premium on all sales, 4% waived for cash or check. All items sold AS IS - Where IS. Once item leaves premises - No returns or refunds.
Vendors bring your numbers-sales tax collected!
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Auction Conducted By
Don R. Wallick Auctions, Inc.
Auctioneers: Don R. Wallick
Brennan R. Wallick
Ryan W. Wallick