Upcoming Auctions

Aug
7
Mon
DOROTHY AND GAYLORD WASHINGTON AUCTION @ Cattle congress - Pavillion
Aug 7 @ 9:30 am

AUCTION
SATURDAY JULY 8, 2017. 9:30 A.M.
CATTLE CONGRESS – PAVILLION – 250 Ansborough Ave., Waterloo, IA

DOROTHY AND GAYLORD WASHINGTON HAVE MOVED TO AN APARTMENT.
DOROTHY HAS COLLECTED FOR OVER 50 YEARS AND TOTALLY RETIRING.

HUNDREDS OF ITEMS OF GLASSWARE AND COLLECTIBLES: Fenton; Hand painted plates; Amberina; Stemware; Crystal; Vases; American Fostoria; Pressed glass; Flow Blue; Water pitchers; Candy dishes; Tea pots; buttons; Dolls; Incolay stone items; Precious Moments; 8 place setting of china; paperweights; salt and peppers; hurricane lamps; Hummels; epergnes; capodimonte; several MANTLE CLOCKS; porcelein mantle clocks; snow babies; perfume bottles; pictures; baking dishes; old valentines and post cards; JEWELRY; hat pin holders; gloves; handky’s; towels; pillow cases; fancywork; COINS – (walking liberty halves, Liberty & Ike dollars, Mercury dimes, Washington quarters, Lincoln pennies, misc.)

FURNITURE: several stands; nick nack shelves; matching sofa and chair; misc. chairs; hidebed; dining table with 4 chairs; several curio cabinets; antique chaise lounge chair;

MISC: Honda 21” electric start Lawn Mower and related yard tools.

NOTE: Dorothy has enjoyed collecting most of her adult life. EVERYTHING is in immaculate condition. NO JUNK will sell lawn mower and coins at noon.

TERMS: Cash or check with proper ID. No credit cards. A 10% buyers premium will apply. Live auction only – no internet bidding. Everything must be removed day of sale. Lunch provided by Pavillion – (Pavillion rules — no lunch or drinks may be brought in). Auction held all inside.
Auctioneers; Wayne and Mark Arends 319-240-2931 or arendsauctions.com

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Dec
2
Sat
Craig Eggelston (Craig’s Collectibles) is going out of private business
Dec 2 @ 9:30 am

 

SATURDAY DECEMBER 2, 2017 9:30AM
CATTLE CONGRESS PAVILION – 250 ANSBOROUGH AVE., WATERLOO, IA

Craig Eggelston (Craig’s Collectibles) is going out of private business and liquidating the following.

FIGURINES – GLASSWARE – TOYS

400 COLLECTOR PLATES – – Knowles, Picard, Disney, Lowell Davis, BB Moss: plate frames; many Child’s World figurines; Lowell Davis figurines; Ron Lee figurines; NIB Charming Tales; Mickey Mouse character glasses; Schmid “Signs of the Zodiac” Disney character set; Liliput cottages; 10 framed prints

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100 + items of GLASSWARE – Westmoreland, Fenton, Imperial, Mosser, L.G. Wright; Nippon, Limoges, Haviland, Germany,

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TOYS:
100 FARM TOYS – numerous shelf models NIB and older models – JD 7520, JD 4960, JD 9400T, JD 730 (Expo IX), 4 row 7000 planter, JD 9300T, 7920 Collector Edition, JD 3020, JD haybine and baler, JD 4020 Precision, JD 9420T, JD 8400, White 700, numerous
FIRETRUCKS – various brands and sizes including Code 3 Limited Edition firetrucks; lots of semi’s – NIB – Peterbuilt – Mack- Kenworth – and others
400 COMIC BOOKS – (80% mature – 20% – kids); 100+ HOT WHEELS

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MISC: new Health Master Blender; new Cook’s Essentials deep fat fryer; 12 card table chairs; 2 small Sentry safes

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NOTE: numbers listed are approximate. Items in excellent condition. Many will be sold by choice and large lots.

TERMS: Cash or check with proper ID. No credit cards. A 10% buyers premium will apply. Live auction only – no internet bidding. Everything must be removed day of sale. Lunch provided by Pavillion – (Pavillion rules — no lunch or drinks may be brought in). Auction held all inside.

Auctioneers: Wayne and Mark Arends

Sep
8
Sat
David and Lynne Calton are moving and having a living estate auction @ GRIZZLEY ROSE NATURE RESERVE
Sep 8 @ 9:00 am

COLLECTIBLES-TAXIDERMY-VEHICLES-MACHINERY-HOUSEHOLD AUCTION
SATURDAY – SEPTEMBER 8, 2018 @ 9:00 AM
2027 HUNTINGTON ROAD, WATERLOO, IA
GRIZZLEY ROSE NATURE RESERVE
David and Lynne Calton are moving and having a living estate auction.
Years and years of collecting.

Hundreds of deer antlers and sheds; moose shed; numerous deer mounts; 6 boar head mounts; armadillo mounts; fox mount; goat head mounts;

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Parts Tractors: 3 JD B’s; 2 AC – WC’s; 2 row JD planter; IH 2 bottom plow; JD sickle mower – good; New Holland 3 bar siderake on steel; Horse drawn manure spreader on steel – nice; 3 graders on steel; 12′ springtooth;

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1949 CHEVROLET MODEL 3800 PICKUP — 350 engine and transmission – tilt wheel – power steering – lights and gauges all work – 9 foot bed – new tires – ONLY 500 MADE.

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1949 DeSoto – doesn’t run; 1952 Hudson Hornet – no engine; 1947 Studabaker shell pickup; 1949 Chevrolet 6400 ( 3 Ton) – 6800 miles – runnable;

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2 – 1- 1/2 ton Army Trailers. 1901 MONITER 65 FOOT WINDMILL – head rebuilt; BUS – bad clutch but runnable with work;

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6 – foot pump grinding wheels; ” chain sawed bear”; 115 steel wheels; 3 hand water pumps; 8′ barn cupola’s – some with weathervanes; hay knives; 50+ advertising tin signs; brass fish scales; Brookwood coal stove; 15 buzz saw blades; 150 family scales; late 1800’s tin tub; 350 lighters Zippo’s and others; zinc bars; 1950’s stock certificates; 400 unframed stock certificates; antique pharmacy collectibles; Calton Pharmacy Sign; 50 Salvador Dali – printed-matted and framed; 4 – GE brass bladed fans; Edison victrola; LC Smith typwriter; large Chicago scale; large bar;

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Work benches; Workhorse torpedo heater; 8 benches; 75 bikes; 2 igloo dog houses; 8 lawn benches; chicken nests; numerous unadvertised outside decor;

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Kuempel grandfather clock; curio cabinet; numerous stained glass table and floor lamps ; camelback trunk; large dining table with 10 pressedback chairs; small round table and chairs; 3 piece queen bed set; misc. beds and dressers; single iron bed; New Home sewing machine in cabinet; parlor table; several chairs; all in excellent condition.

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TERMS: Cash or check with proper ID. 10% buyers premium will apply. Everything sold as is-where is. May run 2 rings. Not responsible for theft-breakage- or accidents. items must be removed by Sept 30; lunch provided by Aplington Amvets.

Auctioneers: Wayne & Mark Arends 319-240-2931 or arendsauctions.com

Jun
1
Sat
Voss Repair Retirement Auction @ Voss Repair
Jun 1 @ 9:30 am

After 35 years in the auto and truck repair business Calvin has decided to retire.

Have sold the building and offering the following for public auction.

Corghi Model A9419 tire changer; tire tools and repairs; Snap-On Model EEWB305D wheel balancer; Snap-On wheel mounting kit(for plastic wheels); Hunter Model 3608 wheel spin balancer; Snap-On TPMS 1 tire sensor programer; tire cage; Transtech transmission flush machine; Sun coolant flush machine(needs repair); Bend-Pak exhaust pipe bender (up to 3″ tubing); Snap-On Fast 420 battery charger; Snap-On fuel injection Fuel-Kare EEFS305A; Snap-On Counseler II with coilover plug adapter); Digital timing meter for gas or diesel; Snap-On R134 freon recovery; Snap-On ACT 3000 freon recyler; R 12 – AC vacuum pump; vacuum leak detector; piston pin remover; Winona cylinder bronze wall valve guide replacer; Kwik-Way valve seat grinder; Kwik-Way valve grinder; OTC 3 point 700 lb. engine support bar; Branick MacPherson strut spring compressor Model MST-580-A; Snap-On drum and brake lathe with flywheel adapter; John Bean 3D Visualiner (2015 specs); FMC visualiner; Snap-On wireless video scope; Hoppy head light alligner; Power brake bleeder with adaptors; Altinator-starter tester;

SNAP-ON MODIS ULTRA scanner with current data;

QUINCY 10 HP AIR COMPRESSOR – 200 ga. tank – 3 phase.

SEMI 45′ STORAGE TRAILER BOX

TRAILERMAN GOOSENECK TRAILER 8′ x 20′ +5′ and ramps. GVWR 14,000 lbs.

Over 200 NEW AND USED TIRES – cars-trucks- semi’s – implement – various sizes; misc. rims. many new tubes of all sizes including small lawn sizes. 70′ of tire racks;

FORWARD 2 post 9000lb. 106 DE 4180 asymetrical lift;

FMC Model 4570 12,000 lb. 4 post alignment rack;

Gray truck and bus bumper jack; Gray auto and pickup bumper jack; truck dual wheel dolly OTC heavy duty clutch jack for semi’s; Fleet Master 12,000 lb. heavy duty truck lift; 2 cherry pickers; Walker transmission jack with transfer adapter; 8 – 70 gal. bulk oil dispensers complete with pump and rack; 3 – 8′ and 1 -6′ steel work benches; misc. metal wall cabinets – parts bins – work carts; Mini-Ductor II (flameless heater); Miller wire welder – needs repair; Better Engineering VIPER JET heated parts washer; oil dumps; various oils and coolants; metal signs; Ariens and Cooper Tires lighted signs; Stihl and Cooper lighted sign panels; ZEKS air dryer; 36 ft. of steel racks; various parts; mufflers; automotive used parts; books and repair manuals; 60″ pull behind mower with electric start engine; selection of weed trimmers, mowers, small snowblowers; misc.

TERMS: cash or check with proper ID. Nothing removed until settled for. Everything sold as is-where is. Not responsible for accidents, theft or breakage. May run 2 rings. Announcements take precedence over any printed material.

Lunch provided by Pleasant Valley Reformed Church Ladies.

Auctioneers: Wayne and Mark Arends 319-240-2931

Sep
21
Sat
JOHN & FRANCINE KLAHSEN ESTATE AUCTION @ John & Francine Klahsen Estate
Sep 21 @ 9:30 am

JOHN & FRANCINE KLAHSEN ESTATE AUCTION
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21,  2019  9:30 AM
29179 DOUGLAS AVE.,  APLINGTON, IA

RESTORABLE TRACTORS: 1938 John Deere A  sn 473290;  19_ John Deere 60 sn 6003196 (13.6 x 38 tires – CharLynn P.S.) ;   1946 Farmall A – sn 150062  –  with wide front and belly mower;  DC Case (old restoration);
Parsons  backhoe #1000 mounted AC power unit on trailer;   Winco generator 20,000 watt – PTO on trailer;  Gehl  2600 SkidLoader;  SoilMover 50-RF yard scraper;   5ft. 3 pt.  mower;  JD 13ft. RWA Disc;   IH oat seeder on small wagon;  14′ tandem axel trailer and several misc. trailers;  Loftness snow blower;  JD Model R ground driven manure spreader;  3 pt. blade;  JD front mount cultivator;  JD #5 sickle mower and others;  6×12 barge box;  running gears;  Central St. Louis firetruck body;

1966 BUICK CONVERTIBLE  ELECTRA 225 WITH WILDCAT 445 ENGINE.  103,000 MILES – POWER EVERYTHING –  PARADE READY;

Model T frame – hood – and numerous parts;   2 Model A Bodies – chassis – engine – near complete and numerous parts – very restorable;  Flathead V-8 engine;  many Model A parts;

McCORMICK THRASH MACHINE 28″.  always sheded and good condition.

JD X730 Lawn Tractor with 7 iron 60″ deck – 317 hours – 2016 with warranty;   2012 JD EZ Trak  Z425  zero turn mower with 48″ deck;  both in very good condition;  JD lawn sweeper;  Troy-Built 24″ snowblower;
GUNS: Infield  1917 Eddystone bolt action 30-06;   JC Higgins – J.C.Higgins 22;   Springfield Model 16 single shot 22;   single shot 12ga.

2 – 500 gallon fuel barrels with pumps;  collectible JOHNSON SEA HORSE 18  boat motor;   Miller – Millermatic 135 welder;  Century stick welder;  Oxy-Acetylene torch;  Craftsman top and bottom tool chest;  Dayton band saw;  small table saw;  Sears drill press;  3/4″ socket set;  many small power and hand tools;  24′ fiberglass extension ladder;  several misc. ladders;  floor jacks;  Honda power washer;   2 JD Bikes and several others;  lots of cement blocks;

Oliver horse drawn mower;  potatoe digger;  steel wheel wagons – plows – mowers- and many related items;  old tools;  large assortment of primitives;

Well maintained Household/Collectibles/Antiques: Amana washer;  GE electric dryer;  Whirlpool refrigerator (near new);  Criterio refrigerator (2017);  Full size bed and chest of drawers;  3 piece bedroom set with king bed;  Dining room table with 6 chairs and china hutch;  small buffet; several end tables;  matching recliner and loveseat;  misc. rockers;  lamps;  hall trees;  shelf units;  TV’s;  dry sink;  Keep Safe floor safe;  patio set; /// Singer sewing machine;  Synphonic record player;  old rubber Disney figures;  old games;   Ruckles jug;  misc. stoneware;  glassware;    Hand crank telephone; cigar boxes;  hundreds of hats;  primitives;

JOHN and FRANCINE KLAHSEN ESTATE.
John  was  an avid  tinkerer.  Known by his family to fix anything.  Evidenced by all the parts, items and tools he acquired.

Terms:  Cash or check with proper ID.  Starting with household in 1 ring and 2nd ring on rack items;   Not responsible for accidents- theft- or breakage.  Announcements take precedence over any printed material.  Lunch by Aplington Amvets post 102; 

AUCTIONEERS:  Wayne and Mark Arends 319-240-2931  arendsauction@gmail.com