Dale “Buzz” Nordeen Estate
286 County Hwy N (Dunkirk)
Edgerton, WI 53534
Friday, August 14, 2020 10:00 a.m.
Sale held in accordance with WI Essential Business Ruling- Bidders Only- No children under the age of 18 years-Social Distancing Required. This is a live outdoor Auction. All purchases must be removed day of sale.
Location: 6 miles northwest of Edgerton or 6 miles southeast of Stoughton on Cty Hwy N (just west of Hanerville Rd.) Watch for auction signs.
Note: Buzz lived in Madison but had his hobby farm at Edgerton. He enjoyed collecting; this is only a partial list. Lunch on grounds.
Guns (Sell approx. 12:30 p.m.): Glenfield 944 410 ga single shot shotgun; Winchester 37A 410 ga single shot shotgun; Westpoint 487T 22 cal semi auto rifle; Ranger M34 22 cal bolt single shot rifle; Stevens 15A 22 cal bolt single shot rifle; Ithaca M49 22 cal lever action single shot carbine
Antique Furniture: Drop front desk w/leaf pulls; spool carved leg drop front desk; drop leaf end tables w/drawers; high back chair w/arms & cane seat; S curve top for small roll top desk; spoon carved gentlemen’s commode w/mirror; dresser w/hankie boxes & lamp brackets; marble top dresser & mirror; 3 treadle sewing machines (Domestic, New Companion & Singer); commode w/tear drop pulls; rocker w/needle point covering; gate leg table; pr cistern pump converted lamps; book shelf cabinet; platform rocker; spindle back rocker; foot stool w/needle point; 2 banquet lamps (1 w/blemish); spoon carved commode; brass desk lamp w/double shade; drop leaf table; plank bottom chairs; glass display cabinet; blue leaded glass swag lamp; Lefton China dishes; 8 pcs of white wicker patio furniture & lamps; white iron soda parlor stools; hall tree; plus more!
Toys–Banks–Trains: 1/16 metal toy tractors, some w/OB plus other; plus other farm toys – Tru Scale & others; Strunto, Wyandotte, Tonka toys; plastic & rubber toys include tractors, trucks, etc.; John Deere pedal tractor; trains include tin windup, cast metal; HO train sets of Bachman Big Hauler & High Iron; plastic; tin Union Pacific; homemade metal wheel wagon; Tootsie toy cars; 8 mechanical banks; airplane banks plus tin airplanes & biplanes; cast iron 8 horse hitch & beer wagon; toy helicopters; tin windmill; cap & pellet pistols; push scooter; revolving teeter-totter; coaster wagons; snow sleds
Antiques–Collectibles–Primitives: 33” wood tote; 30+ wood shaft golf clubs; wall mount coffee grinder; Challenge hand crank sausage stuffer; type case display drawers; curved brass air horns; cast iron door stops (farm animals, dogs); various oil lamps, finger, wall mount, etc.; pair of snowshoes; cherry pitters; tins w/adver.; kitchen primitives; apple peeler, treadle sewing machine drawers; wood & other canes; lanterns, red lens & clear; acoustic guitars (1 – Amigo); records; brown beehive jug; vinegar cruets.
Farm Primitives: Wood wheel wagon gear; walking cultivator; steel wheel walking cultivator; whetstone w/wood base; push reel lawn mowers; sickle grinder w/stand; dirt tumble buckets; crosscut saws; wood barrel; hay fork trolley; steel wheel wheelbarrow; copper boiler; cast tea kettles; much more!
Miscellaneous: Modern Civil War & WWII books; ZEVO set of golf clubs; 2 wheel lawn trailer; two wheel hand carts; Stop & Dead End signs; binoculars; fish poles; 2 ton trolley jack & bottle jack; bench grinder; elec power tools – sawzall, table saws, circular saws; large selection of hand tools, wrenches, planes, etc.; woodworking clamps; scroll saw on stand; usual yard hand tools
TERMS: Cash, good check, credit card (4% convenience fee if using credit card). All purchases must be settled for day of sale. Out of state checks require current bank letter of guarantee. Photo ID required to register to bid/buy. Announcements made at sale take precedence over advertised material.
AUCTIONEER: Don Kleven Jr. (RWA # 179), Stoughton, WI (608) 212-3320
SALE MANAGER: James Seamonson (RWL #132), Stoughton, WI (608) 575-3325
AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: Ritger & Drendel Auction Specialists, LLP (RWAC #516) 116 N Main St., Fond du Lac, WI 54935 (920) 923-7777
For more information, please contact:
Jim Seamonson | firstname.lastname@example.org