FRI, MAY 15
HOWARD & ANN WALLACE ESTATES
803 E 2nd Avenue, Brodhead, WI 53520
Friday, May 15, 2020 – 10:30 a.m.
LOCATION: in Brodhead from the corner of 1st Center Ave. (Hwy 11 – Everson Funeral Home) and 9th St., go east one block to E. 2nd Ave., North 1st place #803 - watch for auction signs.
LUNCH ON GROUNDS
REASON: Settle estates
NOTE: The items selling are in very good condition. This is only a partial list..
CAR/CYCLE (sell approx. 12:30pm): 1997 Chevy GEO Prizm car, 4 cyl, auto trans, 113k miles; 1986 Honda Elite 250 cycle only 3079 miles, one owner, sharp.
ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES: SWAG CHANDELIER LAMP FROM Butterfly Club, 5’L x 14” dia., nice; 2 long strands of sleigh bells on leather; “Covered Bridge” painting by Frank Engebretson; Seth Thomas calendar clock; side by side secretary w/mirror, corner curio cabinet; wall hug cabinet w/marble top; 5 marble top tables & stands, very good, various shapes; round pedestal lamp table w/drawer, leather inlay top; vintage oil rain lamp; 38” tilt top table; wood commode cabinet; 3 pc bedroom set w/floral dec. bed, chest w/hankie top, dresser w/mirror; 4 pc bedroom set, vanity w/stool, chest of drawers & night stand; 2 – vintage dresses ; upholstered platform rocker; 2 chairs w/needle point seats; metal floor lamp w/fringed shade; hair dryer chair; cedar chest w/waterfall front; several hand stitched quilts & large lace table cloth; wainscot cabinet; cast horse/coach door stop; costume jewelry; Hamilton clock/barometer w/brass frame; marble elec clock; stained glass lamp w/metal dec.; floral painting by Rich; 2 beaded purses; Cranberry, Ruby Red, pink & blue hobnail, candlewick, milk glass items; several beautiful pink Fostoria stemware plus plates; 4 wall mount oil lamps, 2 w/reflectors; corner what not shelf; swag lamp w/prisms; beater jar; stoneware jug & jar; painted plates & bowls; many knick knacks; lamps, one w/painted base, one marble base; “Regency Rose” china dishes; foot stool w/iron base; covered wagon lamp; wallhug tables; 3 pc. Bedroom set; antiq floral light shades; light up picture water scene; canes.
COLLECTOR TOYS: mechanical artillery bank; 3- Buddy L: trucks (dump, tanker, fire); 7 Structo: steam shovel w/wood wheels, transport trailer, livestock hauler, flatbed truck, fire; 3 Tonka: auto transport, dump truck, military pick-up; Marx car hauler; Nylint pickup w/horse trailer.
HOUSEHOLD: MATCHING Maytag “Bravo MCT series” clothes washer & electric dryer, one year old, like new; octagon dining table w/leaf & 6 chairs w/casters; china hutch/microwave cabinet; 2 flatscreen TVs (Sony & Magnavox); recliner & matching loveseat w/recline; Quartz “Small World” melody clock; maple rocker; oak roll top desk & pressback chair; burgundy leather rocker/recliner; 3 cushion sofa w/recline; large wall mirror w/ornate frame; floor safe; Sears/Kenmore mdl 33 sew machine in cabinet; linens & fancy work; dehumidifier; Conqueror ukulele; usual household & kitchen items.
STAIR LIFT, ETC.: 2004 Bruno stair lift chair, 11 steps, rated 350#; walker; wheelchair.
YARD & MISC ITEMS: Toro 6HP personal pace mower w/bagger; Lawn Boy SP mower; Toro 4.5 HP snow blower; Weed Eater 2510 elec blower; Toro elec trimmer; FF portable air compressor; Mercury 3.9HP outboard motor; Lindsay Bros. hand well pump; several leg animal traps, some w/tags; lawn decorations (gnomes, whirlygigs, chimes); Davidson step ladder; 2 wheel utility cart; bird house; love seat glider; Wilton & Craftsman vices; table saw; tool chest & asst. tools; much more!
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