OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS
(The Old - The New and The Unexpected)
Saturday - December 5th
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
FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES
Early 1900’s ladder back chair w/cain seat; Early 1900’s round oak wood table w/fold up legs; Early 1900’s wall hanging cabinet; Early 1900’s oak wood, two tiered table; 1940’s Mahogany wood parlor table; 1940’s mahogany wood desk; 1940’s Oak wood rocker w/ upholstered seat and back; Two, newer, barrel back chairs, w/ burgundy upholstered seat and backs; Pine wood knee hole desk; Pine wood magazine rack; 1950’s Danish style end table w/glass top; Maple wood, drop leaf dining table w/four matching chairs and two piece china cabinet; 1950’s Blond wood bedroom set, headboard, dresser w/mirror and chest of drawers, all having brass pulls; 1950’s three drawer, blond wood chest of drawers; Newer brass headboard, queen size; Two, matching bedroom lamps; Two newer, beige & white upholstered, arm chairs w/mahogany arms & feet; Wicker shelf unit, 6ft tall, 21 inch wide, 1ft deep, having five shelves; 1950’s Granite top kitchen cabinet on wheels; Brass standing floor lamps.
COLLECTIBLES AND GLASSWARE
Early 1900’s hand mirror and brush; Oriental style throw rug; Framed print of ballerina; Framed oil on canvas of clipper ship in harbor; Ornately framed print of three girls reading a book; Framed sketches of Plymouth, Michigan, signed Erick Carne; Framed photograph of Federal Pipe and Steel and other Plymouth, Michigan landmarks; Two, early 1900’s framed portraits of a man and woman; Mahogany framed print, “Preservation Week May 13-19, 1990, Keeping America’s Heritage Alive; Rush hampster, trash can and two matching containers; Cast iron skillets; Collection of candlestick holders; Souvenir plates; Pyrex clear glass mixing bowls; Pressed glass water pitcher; Lead glass vases; Lenox, ivory and gold tea rose bowl; Lenox, ivory and gold snowman ornament; Lots of unlisted items.
OUTDOOR ITEMS -TOOLS - HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
Gardening tools, rakes, shovels, brooms; Post hole digger; Cement cat; New in box, Mantis Tiller/Cultivator; Rope hammock; New, boxes of mini lights, indoor and outdoor; Collection of newer plastic, electrical, Christmas window candles; Inflatable Santa Claus standing 7ft tall and lighted; Drop leaf patio table on wheels, has built in storage for four fold up chairs; Two newer, white rattan style, patio end tables; Two story, aluminum, extension ladder; Lawn Boy, 720 E 6.5 horsepower, electric start snow blower; Black and Decker, cordless, Grass hog weed whacker; Black and Decker Bullseye laser level w/stud metal AC wiring sensor; Miscellaneous hand tools; Miscellaneous towels, linen, decorative pillows; Pots and pans; More items not listed.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
New, Omega faucet 8” B Widespread oil bronze; New, PC Glass blocks, three cases of eight.
1848 US large cent; 1853 US large cent; 1860 Indian cent; 1865 Indian cent; 1874 Indian cent; 1882 Indian cent; 1864 US two cent piece; 1800’s US three cent; 1866 US three cent nickel piece; 1857 US seated half dime; US Shield nickel; 1882 US Shield nickel; 1916 Buffalo nickel; 1920 buffalo nickel; 1921 buffalo nickel; 1921 buffalo nickel; 1925 buffalo nickel; 1925 buffalo nickel; 1882 US seated liberty dime; 1882 US silver dollar; 1900 US silver dollar; 1921 Silver dollar; Indian cents, 1890 to 1907; Buffalo nickels 1920 to 1937; One dollar silver certificates; 1972 US Mint set; 1972 US proof set.
Book to include; Warmans English Pottery & Porcelain; Hot Wheels book; Antiques Schroeders 2008; Cowboy Auction Shooting; Antique Golf Collectibles; Vintage Fabrics; Best Bids, How to by at Auction; Fiesta Ware; Made in Japan Ceramics; Victorian Jewelry; R&B Records; Weller Pottery; Buick’s 1903 to 2004; Saving Stuff; Guns & Prices 2007; More Money from Antiques; Harley Davison Field Guide.
Sale evening. Doors open at 6:00 P.M.
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, Am Ex Card, Discover Card, or Bank Debit Cards. No personal or business checks will be accepted, nor travelers checks. All sales are subject to federal, state and local tax laws.
BUYER PREMIUM INFORMATION
There will be a 5% buyer premium when making payment by charge or by bank debit cards. When paying by “Cash”, no buyer premium will be charged. Thank You!
All items included in all JC Auctions, are being sold “As Is” The clerk’s records of all sales are absolute and final. No refunds, no exchanges, no exceptions. Proof of Re-Sale Tax number will be required to be seen by us, dealers, bring a copy. No exemption without! 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 collectors display purpose only. Not to be used or played with by children. This is In compliance with the Federal Consumers Law.
REMEMBER, “EVERYTHING GOES”
NO RESERVES, “NOTHING RETAINED”
*Concession Stand On Premises*
Climate controlled building
As usual box lots full of good usable items
“BRING YOUR OWN PACKING MATERIALS”
JC Auction Services, Inc.
Joe (JC) Carli, CAGA
PO Box 6445
Plymouth MI 48170-6445
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(December 12, 2009)
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