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T1-1.jpgThompson Center Arms .45 Colt/.410 pistol
  • Serial #: 414915
  • Hard padded case 
  • Gun lock
  • Missing extractor tool for the conversion tube
26 4951 330.00  
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T2-1.jpg34 star United States flag. Seller provided a letter (see below) from a prior owner that states that it is believed that the flag flew in Virginia from late 1850s to 1861 when Virginia seceded from the Union.  It was likely flown over a courthouse building or other official place.
  • Approximately 15' x 25' 
  • See photo of provenance 
    • "Verbal tradition holds that this flag was flown in Virginia in the late 1850s till April 1861 when Virginia seceded from the Union.  The Flag was forcibly taken down by locals and parts of it removed for souvenirs.  It was kept in a trunk in a home near Danville, VA for years then acquired by a family in Richmond in the 1950s"
  • Oregon is 33rd state admitted to Union on February 14, 1859
  • Kansas is 34th state admitted to Union on January 24, 1861
  • One star appears to be added on later has it has unusual placement and differenet thread.
15 4423 140.00  
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T3-1.jpgBaseball trading cards
  • Topps
  • Fleer
5 6793 12.00  
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  • Red Sox 1946 World Series Grand Stand Seat at Fenway Park
  • Red Sox uniform with a picture of Babe Ruth
  • Shadowbox 31" W x 41" H x 2.5" D
    • Inspection recommended
  • Baby Ruth "The Called Shot" by Jason Walker Collector's plate
38 6388 290.00  
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T5-1.jpg43" x 30" framed Terry Redlin "Lifetime Companions" print
  • 10035/29500
  • Signed
  • Federal Cartridge 35-year employee gift noted on the plaque
42 1570 190.00  
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T6-1.jpgVintage Schwinn Typhoon 24" boy's bicycle 7 6795 40.00  
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T7-1.jpgVintage baseball magazines and prints
  •  Baseball Magazine, May 1941
    • Bucky Walter on cover
  • Baseball Magazine, June 1941
    • Cooper IFC photo
  • Reproduction of Lou Gehrig contract cover
  • St. Nicolas 1930 magazine
8 6793 21.00  
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  • Large collection of trading cards
    • 95% baseball
  • Framed Legends of Baseball poster
  • Three baseballs
    • 2 autographed by Molitor and Knudson
  • Magazines
9 6732 22.50  
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T9-1.jpgPaslode 5000 Series Pneumatic Strip Nailer
  • See lot 315 for nails
16 5157 68.50  
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T10-1.jpgVintage Federal Cartridge wooden ammunition box 5 6801 22.51  
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T11-1.jpgSinger sewing machine 
  • Model 128-33
  • Serial Number: AL129546
  • 10,000 Mode
  • Date of manufacturing; 10/6/52
  • Motorized, needs new cord
  • Book, bobbins, no case key
4 6019 17.50  
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T12-1.jpgAntique 3-place Ideal Toledo Cooker
  • Oak
  • Complete with rocks for heating
  • See photos for condition
  • 40" W x 14.5" H x 15" D
  • The Toledo Cooker Co. first made the "Ideal" fireless cooker in which the pot was placed in an asbestos lined box. In 1916 they introduced the "Domestic Science" cooker and by 1918 the company brought to the market a fireless cooker that utilized heated burners in the bottom to slow cook foods.
14 5000 78.50  
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T13-1.jpgVariety of ammunition
  • See photos 
8 5040 26.50  
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T14-1.jpgLorcin .25 cal. pistol
  • Nickel finish
  • Factory box
  • Canvas case
11 2221 100.38  
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T15-1.jpgZenith model VM6300 video camcorder
  • Compact VHS
  • Manual
  • Hard case
1 6795 5.00  
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T16-1.jpgAntique Union 3-legged butter churn
  • 19" W x 30" H x 14" D
  • Cover
  • Handle
  • Stenciling
20 2945 87.50  
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T17-1.jpgTron arcade game
  • When we picked this up, the seller turned it on and it powered up. It appeared to us to work, but we recommend that bidders inspect the Tron and try it out themselves 
20 6801 1,200.00  
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T18-1.jpgVintage Remington and Peters boxes and ammunition
  • All boxes except one are full
  • Some paper casings
  • See photos for full description
8 5040 26.00  
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  • Vintage Relco Pacesetter metal detector
    • Manual
  • Drafting tools
5 6628 14.00  
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T20-1.jpgModel die-cast cars in boxes
  • See photos
6 5847 26.49  
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T21-1.jpgSimplicity riding bagger mower 
  • This started right up and ran well when we picked up this estate recently
26 6617 525.00  
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T22-1.jpgFolding aluminum ramps in excellent condition 32 1422 115.03  
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  • Bausch & Lomb the Discovered telescope
    • No. 78-1600
    • 15-60 power
    • 60mm zoom telescope
  • Tasco wide angle scope
    • 3 - 9 x 40mm
  • Cabela's car window mount
  • Slik compact uni-pod
23 5189 82.51  
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T25-1.jpgMetal table 5 2220 9.00  
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  • 56 rounds of .25 ammo
  • Leather holster for .25 auto pistol
10 3488 23.00  
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T27-1.jpgRolling metal cabinet 4 2945 8.00  
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T28-1.jpgXbox 360 and six games
  • Untested
4 5424 11.05  
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T29-1.jpg(3) natural wooden bracelets made with copper and aluminum alloy 3 3725 11.00  
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T31-1.jpg35" x 27" framed Terry Redlin "Flying Free" wall art
  • 4733/14500
  • Signed
  • The plaque refers to this being a gift from Federal Cartridge for a 30-year employee
13 1570 60.00  
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32 T32-1.jpgLong-handled tools and an American flag 7 5311 20.00  
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T33-1.jpgChauffeur electric mobility scooter
  • Built-in battery charger
  • Works
23 1217 333.00  
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  • (19) unused early 1900's Easter postcards
  • (6) Tuck's postcards
  • Fair to good condition
7 1259 15.00  
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T35-1.jpg(23) postally used early 1900's Easter postcards
  • Fair to good condition
6 1259 15.00  
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T36-1.jpg(15) early 1900's holiday-themed postcards 
  • Fair to good condition
6 1259 23.00  
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T37-1.jpg(14) early 1900's Thanksgiving postcards
  • Fair to good used condition
6 1259 20.00  
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T38-1.jpg(7) old Valentine's Day postcards 4 3594 15.00  
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T39-1.jpgAntique Ideal Toledo single pot cooker
  • Oak
  • The Toledo Cooker Co. first made the "Ideal" fireless cooker in which the pot was placed in an asbestos lined box. In 1916 they introduced the "Domestic Science" cooker and by 1918 the company brought to the market a fireless cooker that utilized heated burners in the bottom to slow cook foods.
19 2945 69.50  
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  • (2) Chalkware Blessed Virgin Mary statues
  • (1) Plastic music box Mary
    • Does not work
2 5907 6.00  
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T41-1.jpgLong-handled tools for every season 9 1153 30.59  
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T42-1.jpgBlack powder cap and ball Derringer Philadelphia pistol
  • Hammer and trigger work
  • Rusty
  • Serial #136580
16 6760 98.61  
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T43-1.jpgVintage Dietz Little Wizard red glass barn lantern 8 5040 15.00  
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44 T44-1.jpgCraftsman torque wrench
 
4 5732 11.00  
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T45-1.jpgJohn Deere tractor and farming toys 12 6783 106.00  
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T46-1.jpgBeer tin signs
  • Heineken
  • Rock Green Light
  • Pabst Light
  • Michelob Amber Bock
9 6368 20.01  
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T47-1.jpg(3) Jim Beam decanters
  • (2) have unbroken seals
7 5847 14.00  
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  • Budweiser Beer light
    • Works
  • Coors Light mirror
  • Stadium Club advertising Canadian Club
12 6368 42.50  
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T49-1.jpgDie-cast model cars
  • See photos
6 5157 20.05  
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  • Harmon/Kardon AVR 425 receiver with remote
    • Powers up
  • 3 pairs of speakers
    • Sony
    • Pioneer
    • KLH
6 6782 25.00  
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T51-1.jpgTwo framed and matted  hunting lab prints
  • 27" W x 23" H yellow lab print by Keelen
  • 19" W x 23" H Opening Day by Scot Storm
11 5941 30.00  
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T52-1.jpgFramed and matted Little Moose Creek
  • Signed and numbered by Les Kouba  #3678/2500
  • 29" W x 23" H
17 4244 37.50  
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