A pair of vintage Norwegian-costumed dolls made $310.
19th century copper kettle that brought $130.
Extra-rustic wood & iron box grater - $250.
Set of wooden pitchers $90.
Early 20th century ladies secretary & bookcase - $300.
Large carved dough bowl, $90, lefse pins $22.50 each.
19th century hall tree for $250.
Many bidders vied for the
historically-accurate Norwegian costumes worn by Little Norway guides over the years, with the best examples selling for up to $775.
Acorn cast iron stove was a nice buy at $225.
This paint decorated reproduction Norwegian chair brought $700.
Dated-1868 trunk with hidden drawer behind removable side panel - $1,100.
A $220 bid took this reproduction rustic corner seat.
Set of six Christian Christensen prints - $180.
1873 bentwood box made $200
It took a $650 bid to win this paint-decorated Scandinavian hanging corner cupboard.
Pair of brass-plated candle sconces $400
19th century hall tree for $250.
Prince Castle square ice cream server brought $425.
This Weary Willy toy with box sold for $200.
This nice Coca-Cola cooler brought a high bid of $625.
A cute Steiff Growler bear on wheels
sold for $375.
Weller jardiniere, approximately 10 inches tall small minor imperfections, $120.
Roseville pottery vase approximately 18 inches tall no chips or cracks nice $250.
Pedestal and jardiniere overall height 31 inches small imperfections $310.
Roseville Pottery pine cone, approximately 80 inches tall jardiniere nice no chips or cracks $175.
Roseville pottery pedestal, approximately 20 inches tall no chips or cracks nice $225.
Roseville pottery jardiniere approximately 8 inches, $125.
Roseville Pottery Imperial pattern Jardiniere, $110.
Roseville pedestal Imperial pattern, $100.
Roseville pottery Donatello pedestal $125.
20 Gal. Red Wing Elephant Ear Transition Crock $850.
5 Gal Elephant Ear Beehive Jug sold for $1,850.
Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale Sign, $450.
Suncrest Orange Soda Sign $350.
Nugrape Grape Soda Sign $400.
Alpen Brau Beer Bottle Cap Sign $475.
16 Tennessee License Plates $525.
This Conoco Sign brought $2700.
Standard Brewing Mankato MN Beer Tray $950.
AMF Roadmaster Bicycles Flange Sgn $650.
Delco Batteries Sign $750.
Opticians Eye Glass Oak Roll Top Cabinet $1150.
Nyal Drug Store Sign $400.
Lighted Evinrude Outboard Motors Sign $900.
Coca-Cola Sign $450.
Red Rock Cola Sign $700.
A Coca-Cola Policeman Curb Sign brought $2,600.
This Ziegler Beer Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Porcelain Neon Beer Sign sold for $1,800.
United Service Motors Sign sold for $4,000.
WWII German NSKK Helmet, $650.
German Infantry Officers Damascus Sword, $650.
Model 1860 Light Calvary Saber, $400.
Enfield No 4 MK2 Un-issued, $650.
Recast of 19th Century Bronze by Georg Meyer, $450.
Hitler Youth Film Projector with Films & Crate, $475.
9mm Luger by Stoeger, $750.
Prussian Calvary Sword and Scabbard, $1,100.
Mingon, Leon Bronze Sculpture of Soldier on Horse, $1,100.
This group of U.W. sporting artifacts was one of the most interesting lots of the sale. Owned by star 1930’s football kicker Mario “Mars” Pacetti who famously committed suicide after (incorrectly) being informed he wasn’t accepted to West Point, the athletic wear and signed football sold
for a total of $580.
Best of the litho-tin toys: this Ferdinand Strauss Jenny the Balking Mule wind-up complete with box that sold for $225.
A $530 bidder won this Fidelity Trust “Counting House” cast iron still bank.
This signed Carroll Shelby lithograph came with a
certificate of authenticity, and sold for a surprising $525.
A $150 bid took this child-sized wooden buckboard wagon.
There were plenty of pottery Hamm’s Bears to choose from, the best bring up to $210 apiece.
Winner among the still banks: this 1893 World’s Fair Administration Building bank that fetched $725.
Two-sided Hamm’s Beer countertop pedestal sign - $110.
A.M.F. Fire Department Pumper No.7 pedal car, rough - $100.
Auctioneer Mark Bingham with one of the advertising highlights of the sale –
a two-sided Tagolene
Motor Oil “lollipop”
sign that later
sold for $300.
Colt Python 4" barrel: SOLD $2700.
Indian War belt buckle & belt. SOLD $700.
Colt Python 2.5" barrel: SOLD $3,200.
Savage 1899 2 barrel set rifle/shotgun. SOLD $3,400.
Colt Python Hunter 357 mag revolver. SOLD $7,800.
Colt Python 6" barrel: SOLD $2625.
Cuff Links Stamped 18 Kt., $240.
Edison Cylinder Phonograph, Rose Painted Horn, $275.
Columbia 12 Tune, 8" Cylinder Music Box, $350.
Mahogany What Not Shelf With Mirror, $175.
Pottery Cookie Jar – Smiley the Pig, $130.
Oriental Rug, 41" X 5' Made In Iran, $375.
White auto top Buggy, $1,000.
1903 Cretor's popcorn and peanuts wagon, $13,000.
Gulf oil porcelain Ariel sign, $1,025.
Nash parts diecut porcelain sign, $900.
Wood duck decoy, $600.