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Forsyth Village Antique Mall

Antique Auction in Illinois

Time: 12:00 pm
Date: Saturday September 28, 2013
Location: Lincoln, Illinois. United States. 62656

DAY ONE: Logan County Fairgrounds Sept. 28, 10:00 a.m. Green Door Exhibit Building

DAY TWO: Forsyth Mall., 690 St. Rt 51, Forsyth 1:05 p.m. Just south and across from Menards

Consult sale bill for directions to sale site
Consult sale bill for directions to sale site

Antique Auction

Two Days Selling Absolute Without Reserve

Forsyth Antique Village Mall

 

Day One  Sat. Sept. 28

Logan Co. Fairgrounds, Lincoln, IL  10:00 a.m.

 

Day Two  Sun. Oct 6

690 St Rt 51 Forsyth, IL  1:05 p.m. (Across from Menards)

 

The Forsyth Village Antique Mall has lost their lease and must sell their entire inventory before the end of October. All inventory will be for sale until September 15. After that date, the remaining antiques will be sold at the above times and dates.  The below listed items have been removed from the Forsyth location and will be sold at the Logan County Fairgrounds. 

 

After Sept. 15 more items will be added to the Sept. 28 Auction at the Logan Co Fairgrounds, Lincoln, IL  Watch the website  www.maskeauction.com for periodic updates.

 

Many More Pictures on Auctionzip.com Auctioneer ID# 2502

 

LIGHTED SIGN:  hanging Woolworth Candy Shop sign, 30”X72”, double sided, lighted, Plex-o-glass;

COLLECTIBLES: large, heavy, cast iron mermaid; No Spring Honest weight grocers scale; Illinois sewing machine Co., Rockford, IL marked JJ Davis Seaman OH; Polaroid J66 Land Camera; (30 brass school bells; Abe Lincoln decanter; Illinois & other collector decanters; cast iron sailing ship door stop; 26” chalk maiden w/clock; Vanity & Bissell “Hi-Low” wood case floor sweepers; (5) sewing machine drawers; Dragons head ash tray holder w/match holder & cigar loop; wood wheel barrow; old cameras; Chalk ware; many to come; 6 gal. brown band crock;1800’s decanter; McCoy cookie jars; Serves pitcher & basin; assortment of blue Bubble ware; grandma & grandpa banks; several Toby mugs; Toby salt & pepper; Sponge ware pitchers; black Art s/p; Meerschaum tobacco ad w/pipes; other tobacco pipes; Hummels-“Carless Play”MXSB661 & “Play Time” S8561; Capodimonte lamp& saucer; KPM hat pin holder; several nice hat pins; perfume atomizer w/art glass vase; 1900’s shaving mugs & mustache cups; (2) opera glasses; Bisque Kewpie doll; Civil war era clay pipe; Coke Cola bottle from 20’s; (2) 1963 Carson dolls; Victorian Milky glass decanter; 1932 American Legion convention pin & cap; marble cigar ash tray; stoneware ink wells; IL Central brass lock; marble & gold medicine cup; German wine pitcher & cups; assortment of old cameras; wood folding rules; Fenton & Westmorland Milk Glass; lg assortment of pink Depression Glass- Adam Jeannette short Sunday’s, Fostoria stemware, man more pieces; Cranberry Glass pitcher & 5 etched glasses; 10” Cranberry compote, Balloon urn, 12” vase; (4) Kings Crown ash trays; Tom & Jerry set w/8 Fox Hunt cups; blue Sponge Ware jug & milk pitcher; green Sponge Ware mixing bowl; Coolidge Drape kerosene lamp; (4) Hummel wall plaques; part set of Wedgwood Ironstone; Pope Glosser covered dish & gravy boat; Campbell’s soup mugs; Morton Salt mugs; wood carved shoes; Copper pots & copper collectibles; Enesco porcelain clowns; Lefton Rooster & Hen; Firestone tire ash tray; several nice bisque figurines; Marx wind up train; signed Indian sand art; arrowheads w/US Marshall badge; 10” Roseville basket, 6 ½” double handle urn; Weller 9x11vase, 9x12 vase, 10x16 base, 11x19 base w/10x12 vase; gold rim fan vase;  Roseville Crock w/lid; Civil Defense helmet & arm band; post cars collections; doll bottles w/ green Graniteware boiler; wood canes; wood & silver English biscuit jar;

PAPER ITEMS: Silver & Burdett 1935 Educational poster; Central Europe WWII map w/military campaigns (5) pages; Election fact poster 1956; maps of Decatur, IL; Bennett & Shade calendars; Sammy Sosa “Sensational Season” poster;

FURNITURE:  wall mount doctors cabinet w/drawer, drop lid, and porcelain panel doors(nice); smoking stand w/ceramic lined humidor, marble top and inlaid sides & front; Eastlake maple dresser w/glove boxes & candle shelves; oak sideboard w/mirrored back; lg. 3 pedestal leg Duncan Phyfe table; copper lined humidor; peg top walnut drop-leaf table; unique ½  Hoosier cabinet; folding walnut rocker w/tapestry seat & back; oak swivel bar stool cir. 1900; cast iron legs, swivel base organ stool; sewing rocker; sm 3 shelf oak plant stand; telephone bench; two tiered walnut table; inlaid top serving cart; fan back Rattan chair; walnut table; round mirror vanity w/headboard;

 

MILITARY UNIFORMS:  WWI uniform jacket, pants, belt, cap, leggens; WWII Wool overcoat (101st during Occupied Germany), hooded Bivouac jacket & hood, (2) Summer shirts, (3) Ike jackets, wool long johns, socks, cap, gloves, officers epaulettes (4) overseas caps; Jump boots; (4) Navy officers summer white dinner jackets w/pants; hat covers; 1958 Army uniform, 2 caps, pants, shirt, tie;

 

UNIQUE ITEMS: Olin 700 series snow ski’s w/Nordica #8 boots; Vermont cotton display shelf; “God Bless Our Home” picture; Maiden & harp picture; fireplace screen; artificial Christmas tree & ornaments; 4’,6’ display cabinets; 5 pc sectional counter w/ 3 leather club chairs; 24 place acrylic literature rack; magnetic message board; several nativity sets;

BOOKS: Ralph Raymond’s Heir, H Alger Jr, 1906; Kings Handbook of the US 1891-92; Pictures from English History, Bishop, 1883; Byron-Complete works Vol 1&2, 1891; General College Chemistry, 1918; French Revolution Vol 1 & 2, Carlyle’s, 1896; History of American People, Willis Mason West, 1918-1922; Collar’s Shorter Eysenbach, 1893; Boy Scout Under Red Cross, 1916; History of England Vol V, 1885;

Plant life & Uses, Coulter, 1913; The Glory of the Ministry, Robertson, 1911; English History, Montgomery, 1890; Poetic Works, Irgelow, 1895; History of England, VolIV, Macaulay; Boy Scouts in the Everglades & in the Coal Caverns, Fletcher, 1913; Dana Girls Mystery-Swill Cahlett & Sierra Gold Mystery, Keene 1958-73; History of English Literature, 1900; Textbook of Maleria Medica, Blumgarten, 4th Ed 1926;

Watch the website  www.maskeauction.com for periodic updates

 

Forsyth Antique Village Mall, Owner

Mike Maske Auction Service

(217) 519-3959

119 S. Lafayette St.Mt. Pulaski, IL  62548 IL Auction Lic. 440.0000157

TERMS: Cash, credit cards or good negotiable check payable on the day of the Auction.  Registration video taped and a valid photo ID is required to obtain a buyers number.  Buyers must show provided number for each and every purchase.  Announcements sale day take precedence over printed material.  Not responsible for accidents or property after sold.

 

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Many More Pictures on Auctionzip.com Auctioneer ID# 2502

 


Announcement:Information contained herein is presented on behalf of the seller. Maske Auction Service, agent for the seller, cannot guarantee the information to be correct or assume the liabilities for errors and omissions.  All lines drawn on maps are approximate. Buyers should verify the information to their own satisfaction.  Any announcements made from the auction block on day of auction will take precedence over any matter of print and will be final.

Sale Bill

DAY ONE: Logan County Fairgrounds, Lincoln, IL  Sept. 28, 10:00 a.m. Green Door Exhibit Building

DAY TWO: Forsyth Mall., 690 St. Rt 51, Forsyth, IL 1:05 p.m. Just south and across from Menards

 
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