OF ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
The Old - The New and Always The Unexpected
Saturday - September 22nd - 7:00pm
The Plymouth Community Cultural Center
Off North Main Street – West of Starkweather
East of Sheldon Road
Corner of Farmer & Theodore Streets
AS IT ALWAYS DOES
A LITTLE OF THIS AND A LITTLE OF THAT
MAKES AN AUCTION
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES
Thirteen piece Celluloid dresser set, has, hand mirror, comb, brush, clock, calendar; Early 1900’s iron ice tongs; Hat pins; Early 1900’s Cast Iron Metropolitan bank; Barn lanterns; Old tins; Collection of copper items; Quilt tops and pieces; Tramp Art lamp; Elephant bank; Book full of early 1900’s post cards; Collectible tools; Military Ammo boxes; McCoy planter; Cast Iron Bull Dog; Butter Molds; Jewelry boxes; Fisher Price #757 toy; Cookie jars; Large Brass elephant; Late 1800’s salt crock container; Hall items; Promo cars, Edsel 1958; Ceramic dolls; Munising wooden bowl and other collectible kitchen items; Clip on Christmas bird ornament; 1940’s clipper ship book ends; Miscellaneous costume jewelry; Other items.
Hobnail glass; Heisey glass; Black satin glass; Cobalt Blue etched lead glass vases; Art glass; Variety of oil lamps; Nice collection of Fostoria glass; Palmerton dairy bottle w/cream spoon; Depression era glassware; Other items.
FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES
Early 1900’s Brass standing floor lamp; Mahogany wood 1950’s tea cart; Ornately style area rugs; Brass umbrella stand; Miscellaneous candle sticks, wood, metal, brass and glass; Three matching display stands; Seiko world clock; Other unlisted items.
Old books to include, Redford High School Outpost 1934, 1937, 1936, 1935; Cardinal Castellan 1937 Cooley High School Detroit; Plythean, 1928, 1930 Plymouth High School; Framed 1931 photograph of Plymouth high school class; Shirley Temple books to include, Heidi #1771 (the real little girl and her own Honolulu Diary); Art book, Vermeer and His World 1632-1675; Cook books; WW II Restricted O.N.I 54 R U.S. Naval Ships and Aircrafts Book; Other collectible books.
Pulp Fiction; The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
TOOLS AND OUT DOOR ITEMS – SPORTS ITEMS
Hoppy #G2 split image transit; Makita disc grinder; OHM’S Meter #680 Superior Instruments; Sears Engine Analyzer; Fishing rod Silstar Big Water Graphite Ultra Balance; Shakespeare Pro Am Rod; 3D Nylon wing box new kite; Fishing Lures; Plastic storage containers; Rifle Rugger Carbine .44 magnum cal, Strum Rugger and Co, Inc. Southpoint Conn; Schwinn Frontier Mountain bike; Fishing Lures; Ammunition; Other items.
Original art work “signed” Raven 1968 World Serious Champs, Detroit Tigers; Framed Max print signed and numbered 23/100; A coloring book drawings by Andy Warhol; Longaberger basket collection and a Lonaberger basket metal stand.
New, Royal and Langnickel artis set; Newer, poker chip set; Magic Johnson’s Double Jam toy; Various world globes; Newer toys; Lots unlisted.
W.T. Armstrong Co Flute; Ludwig drum; Hannah Montana “Disney” by Washburn electric guitar.
Christmas metal outdoor light up candles; 1950’s cardboard Christmas outdoor candles; 1960’s plastic light up snowman.
Sale evening only. Doors open at 6:00pm.
All items purchased at the auction must be paid for in full the day/evening of the auction in the form of Cash, Master/Visa Cards, Discover Card, or Bank Debit Cards. No personal or business checks will be accepted, nor travelers checks.
BUYER PREMIUM INFORMATION
There will be a flat 5% buyer’s premium. No sales taxes charged. Thank You!
All items included in all our Auctions, are being sold “As Is”. The clerk’s records of all sales are absolute and final. No refunds, no exchanges, no exceptions. All buyers shall be responsible for goods after sold to them. All merchandise must be removed day/evening of sale. Antique items are sold for collector display purpose only. Not to be used or played with by children. This is in compliance with the Federal Consumers Law info. * We do not take sight unseen absentee bids, we do not take on line bids, nor do we take buy it now bids, you must attend the auction in order to bid.
*Remember, the auction way where you bid your own price on new, or used merchandise, furniture, glassware, household items, and antiques, beat the high price stores. Always over 2,000 different items to choose from at each auction.
REMEMBER, “EVERYTHING GOES”
NO RESERVES, “NOTHING RETAINED”
*Concession Stand On Premises*
Climate Controlled Building
As usual box lots full of good usable items
THIS IS ONLY A LITTLE SNEAK PEEK
OF WHAT WILL BE THERE
“BRING YOUR OWN PACKING MATERIALS”
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See You At Our Next Auction! October 20, 2012
Same Time – Same Place!
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