THU, OCT 17
MARY GRIESEMER & ESTATE OF JOE GRIESEMER
2550 Kettle Moraine Rd.
Hartford, WI 53027
Thursday, October 17, 2019 – 10:00 A.M.
LOCATION: Between Hartford & Slinger on Hwy 60 to Kettle Moraine Rd. (BP station & stoplights), south on Kettle Moraine 3 miles (south of Pike Lake & Cty Rd E). Watch for auction signs. A farmer’s field will be used for parking because Kettle Moraine is a narrow road.
NOTE: Mary & Joe were faithful auction goers and they were buyers. With Joe’s death Mary has decided to sell her house and all personal items. This is only a partial list.
LUNCH: Mickey’s Fresh Frozen Custard
STONEWARE: (RW = Red Wing) 50 gal Red Wing crock, believed no cracks; 30 gal Union crock, has 2 cracks; 10 gal RW crock, wire handles; Crown crocks 5 & 4 gal; RW jugs 5-3-2 gal; Western jugs & fruit jar; 3 gal jar w/Indianhead marking; asst jugs & smaller crocks.
CYCLES-SCOOTER-CAR: Honda 250 XL motorcycle; 2007 Vino 125 scooter, 357 miles; Moto Guzz pedal start motor bike, collector; Pontiac Grand Am for salvage.
ANTIQUES-COLLECTIBLES: Ball bearing pedal car dump truck; Hallicrafter SX-96 ham radio; Mail Pouch chew tin thermometers; paintings by Max Fernekes, one Union Depot, Milw.; Dominion pump organ; cast iron implement seat, plus tin seat; wood wagon wheel; Automobile Quality quarterly book collection starting in 1965 Volume 4 Book 1 thru 26 Volume #2; oil fil jars w/pourers (Wadtham & The Master)’ sausage stuffer; wood burn cook stove w/top warm oven, porcelain finish; wood burn heating stove w/eisenglass door, good cond.; antiq coffee pot; 2 neon fish signs; wood block planes & scribes; canning jars w/wire handles; galv. water cans; red lens lantern; sleds; Blue Mountain pottery (fish, dolphins, bear).
TOOLS & SHOP ITEMS: LARGE ANVIL 31” l X 12” h X 5” w FLAT SURFACE (WRITING NOT LEGIBLE); Jet 123SP metal turning lathe plus attach.; Sharp HD vertical milling machine; Buffalo floor model drill press; floor model metal band saw; floor model belt sander; Sears table saw; Ryobi 10” Precision bench top cutting system; Central 10 ton portable puller in case, like new; Makita power miter saw; large whetstone wheel w/stand; central machine whetstone; wood, woodworking bench; Homecraft floor model band saw; hyd floor jack; Central Machine dust collector; Buffalo #6 bench vise; Sears ¾ HP bench grinder; hand, bench top shop press; C & pipe clamps; small wood, turning lathe; Delta Hollow chisel mortisser; tool chests, 1 – Kennedy; Milwaukee & other elec power tools plus wrenches; plastic parts cabinets; band saw; Shop Vacs; 2 HP portable air compressor.
YARD ITEMS: JD 57 rider mower; antiq Bolens rider mower (approx. 1965); Ariens 7 HP snowblower, elec start; gas weed trimmer; chain saws (1-Stihl MS180); orchard sprayer, hand pull; RT wheelbarrow; Honda walk behind mower; rototiller.
HOUSEHOLD: 4 pc bedroom set; 52” flat screen Sharp TV; Brunswick slate pool table, needs new felt; gun cabinet w/slide glass doors; aquariums; show case; pictures-prints; usual household & kitchen items; video equipment & Atari equipment.
MISCELLANEOUS: quantity of rough sawn oak lumber, under roof plus other lumber, various sizes; “H” shell reloader plus bullets; rubbish burner stove; 4 car wheel dolly; hand wand metal detector; Keller 12’ step ladder plus other ladders; Huffy & Schwinn bikes; new 20x50 roll plastic; utility 2 wheel carts; handicap scooter, needs work; Nintendo counter tops; line shaft for belt drive equip; games, toys, wagons; tanned deer hide; many more items!
TERMS: Cash, good check, credit card (4% convenience fee if using credit card). 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.
AUCTIONEERS: Daniel Ritger (RWA #645) Kewaskum 414.333.8625 & Rod Drendel (RWA #2017) Fond du Lac 920.960.7777;
SALE MANAGER: James Seamonson (RWL #132), Stoughton 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