Auction Sale

Of

Antiques, collectibles, household goods and miscellaneous items, to be held at the K.W. Khaki Club, 2939 Nafziger Rd. Wilmot Twp. 2 miles south of Wellesley, for Orval Bast, Tavistock, also Kitchener & Cambridge Estates, on

Saturday, May 5th @ 10:00 a.m.

ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES:  7 oak bow front china cabinets, plus one walnut cabinet, some illuminated, most with claw feet, ornate tops, (includes 2 corner cabinets) – a must see collection!  Wrought iron bed.  Matching dresser & washstand – nice.  Krug dining room furniture.  Smaller roll front hossier.  Oak, centre pedestal table with matching buffet, 5 side and one arm chair in quarter-cut oak.  Small drop front desk.  Cherry desk.  Wash stand.  Small fancy tables.  Wunder fancy coffee, parlour table & hall trees.  Krug & Victorian arm & side chairs.  Love seat.  6 matching press back chairs.  Organ stool.  2 trunks.  Treadle sewing machine.  Telephone table & chair.  Medalta butter churn.  Brass steam whistle.  Railway & other lanterns.  Wash boards.  Crocks.  Michelin Man “Bibendum” truck mascot.  Shell & Supertest oil tins (full).  En-Ar-Co & other oil bottles.  Shell motor oil tins.  GP “Tune-up” parts cabinet.  Kralinator Air filter tester.  American Brakeblok tin thermometer.  Early hand held spotlight.  Old car horn.  Bar & other advertising pieces.  Gingerbread clock.  Steeple clock (mantle).  2 cuckoo clocks.  Tin whistles.  Tin Kodak lamp.  Tin “magic” lantern (with slides).  Oil lamps (also brackets with reflectors).  Remote-control boat.  Milk bottles.  2 Magic Troller G&H wooden fishing lures.  Fishing creel.  Motion lamp (Niagara Falls).  Salada Tea door push bar (excellent).  15 pieced quilts.   Fancy linen.  3 Royal Doultons.  2 tin windup toys.  Mid-century toys & games.  Hand puppets.  2 doll houses.  Oil lamps (1 hanging – nice).  Graniteware.  Canes.  Child’s china dishes.  Child’s press back rocker.  Child’s table & chair. Crocks.  Tin ware.  Spinning wheel.  Old maps.  Silver Tea set.  Old radios.  Fur coats.  View Master.  Wooden sleigh.  Stenciled child’s wagon.  Counter scale.  Pictures & prints. Limoges “Bridal Rose” set of china.  Paragon “First Love” 8 pl. setting china.  Vintage Meakin English china 10 pl. setting plus extras, “Sol” pattern.  Johnson Bros. “Friendly Village” set of china.  China & glass including approx. 20 pieces of carnival glass.

 

HOUSEHOLD:  Chest freezer.  Black bar fridge.  Kroehler 5pc. Queen bedroom suite (panel headboard, dresser, tall bureau, night tables).  Queen beds.  King box spring & mattress.  Roxton hutch/buffet.  2 cedar chests.  Buffet/server.  Oak blanket box (cedar lined.)  La-Z-Boy green upholstered reclining sofa – good.  La-Z-Boy burgundy recliner.  Floral loveseat.  Walnut foyer set (mirror & wall table).  Newer oak dry sink.  Burgundy lift chair.  Dining room table & 4 chairs (2 sets).  Sligh oak grandfather clock.  3 bar stools.  Maple end tables.  Rocker.  2 Singer sewing machines (401A and 401 in cabinet).  Silverware in chest. Lamps.  Electric gone-with-the-Wind lamp with marigold flashing.  Plastic totes.  Walkers.  Cookware, kitchen utensil & other household goods. 

 

MISC. ITEMS:  Yard Machines 14.5hp riding lawn mower, 38in. cut.  MTD 8hp snow blower, 24in.  Gas pressure washer.  MoJack hyd. jack.  Acetylene torches.  Hand, power & garden tools.  Wrench & socket sets.  4in. jointer.  3 bicycles.  Camping related items.  Wheel barrow, hardware, list goes on.

Notes:

See www.gerberauctions.net for more photos.  Terms – Cash, debit or cheque with I.D.  10% buyer’s premium.

Auctioneers – Gerber Auctions Ltd. 519-699-4451 or 698-0138

2827 Hutchison Rd., R#1 Millbank (Crosshill)

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