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1036 Fond du Lac Avenue near Highway H..West

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dates
thursday 2019-05-23
friday 2019-05-24
saturday 2019-05-25

start time: 7:00 am

HUGE ANTIQUE AND COLLECTIBLE GARAGE SALE…ALL SALES ARE CASH ONLY!!!

SORRY, NO EARLY SALES PLEASE!!

OUR SALE RUNS ON THURSDAY MAY 23, FRIDAY MAY 24 AND SATURDAY MAY 25 FROM 7AM UNTIL 6PM …THIS IS MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND.
we will be breaking down on Sunday

**********Just added some photos, this is a representation of what we have for sale, there is a whole lot more!!***




4 Families, 45+ years of going to auctions & estate sales. This is our 9th annual sale, this is the only sale we do each year. We have a lot of unique items for sale. This is a PARTIAL list. As our other families bring more items to sell, we will try to update this listing. Hoping to post pictures as soon as we get it all set up. This is NOT your usual garage sale, its a mini FLEA MARKET full of ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES. We will have a 2 1/2 car garage full, plus 10x20 tent, plus overflow into the patio, the driveway, and in back of the garage.

FROM THE WORKSHOP:
Multiple, Vintage cupboard & cabinet doors, some with glass panels, some have the raised wood panels, lots of different sizes(if you were at my sale last year, most of these I have just found in the back of the shed, so were not put out in 2018), 2 large, very cool, multi paned old windows, old house raised panel (inside) doors, old barn or shed side doors, small beadboard doors, vintage beadboard/car siding in different lengths, about 10 sets of table legs, a set of claw and ball legs, some old trim boards, 22” diameter wound woodcuts for making rustic side tables. Other miscellaneous lumber, wood burls to use as garden art.


SPORTING ITEMS:
Tee-Nee heavy duty Boat Trailer ( I think this is 1950’s), Vintage (1940’s or earlier) 10 foot long wooden marsh skis (believe they were made by either Ted Dorschner or Wally Marquardt, both from Wisconsin), five pairs of old wood water skis (Catalina, Champion, Hydro Flite and Western), collectible goose and duck decoys (wood, composite and cork bodies), collectible wood and plastic fishing lures (member of NFLCC, have collected for over 30 years), old wood bobbers, some usable plastic baits as well, fishing flys, collectible metal spinner baits, old fishing rod metal storage tubes, Evinrude 1968 service manuals, Johnson Motors parts manuals from the 1940’s and 1950’s, 1930’s and up , Wisconsin fishing regulations booklets from the late 1930’s through the 1970’s, old fishing licenses and different sport shop license holders to put them in from around the state(some of these are very cool with nice graphics), magazines, lots of other fishing paper goods, and related fishing collectibles, a lot old fishing and hunting prints/pictures some are framed, 2 piece metal minnow buckets from the mid 20th century with names like Green River, Higgins, Old Pal and Falls City. Fishing collectibles identification hardcover books, wood advertising fishing rulers from the 1930’s-1950’s, jigsaw puzzles with fishing and hunting themes from the 1940’s & 1950’s.
Four boxes of DEER ANTLERS and sheds in various sizes. Wood wall plaques for displaying deer antlers.

FURNITURE and Accessories
(none of this is new, all of it is solid wood) nice old Mission style Wood Coat Rack, 3 or 4 Eastlake wood beds with the side rails and the metal bed springs, a childs or dolls wood slat baby bed(side raises and lowers). Old chenille bedspread, over 10 old oil lamps; old glass globes (including a Dietz) to fit into the old lanterns, lots of various sizes wood table and chair legs.

INDUSTRIAL ITEMS and TOOLS
Craftsman wood joiner, SAW SMITH Radial Arm Saw with metal base cabinet, antique wood Wallpaperer Hangers Horses, Heavy-duty Adjustable Pipe Cutter (Ridge), Heavy-duty Pipe Threaders and Cutters (Toledo), Xtra handle for Pipe Threader, small hand tools.


FROM THE KITCHEN:
about 25 COOKIE JARS from my collection from the 1940’s-1990's includes Regal China GOLDILOCKS, 14” Treasure Craft Roly(101 Dalmations), Fitz & Floyd Bear Scout, plus Metlox, Treasure Craft, Brush, McCoy, Shawnee, Red Wing, …I did add more to the sale again this year. Batter bowls from the early to mid 1900’s in different sizes and makers, waxed cottage cheese and ice cream containers from the 1940’s and 1950’s, including Borden, old coffee tins and other kitchen tins. crocks, old round wood cheese boxes, metal and plastic milk crates(these are great for storage), lots of small wood boxes, some with lids, cigar boxes and glass cigar jars, granite wear wash basins.

OLD TOYS
Child's metal scooter with foot brake from the 1940's or very early 1950's, early 1900’s child’s wood sled with original paint and ironclad wood runners, a couple of old wood toboggans in different lengths, Ohio Art tin litho spinning tops 1940's & 1950’s, old books, including children books and Little Golden Books, and much more.

FOR THE CRAFTER:
Rustic furniture books by Ralph Kylloe, Dan Mack and others, Birch Bark sheets, bundles of Willow ( in a couple of colors), curly willow, peeled tree branches (white) for flower arranging, Sweet Gum seed pods, Pinecones (tiny to large size), Black Walnut heels, deer sheds to use for handles etc, small wood sections(barn board, bee box sides, raised panel, old painted and more) to paint signs on or decorate, huge roll of butcher kraft brown paper, cork boards, multiple boxes of wire brads, and so much more!

GARDEN AND YARD
Perennial flower plants from my garden for sale, some of the plants are: butter yellow Stella D’Oro Lily, variety of different Hostas(green/white, lemon green, dark green), 1950’s metal garden flowerpot holders, old heavy cast iron hanging basket holders(or they might be porch supports) ,ceramic houseplant planters (pigs, birds, lambs and more from 1950's & 1960’s), vintage hand water pump (does not have a handle) in dark green paint & stamped Milwaukee, old clay drain tiles for garden interest.

MISCELLANEOUS:
Old beer/bottle openers, Grizzley Beer advertizing...standing bear on a log, old 5 foot tubular metal easel for displaying paintings, lots of old pictures, Vinyl 33 1/3 record albums and 45’s, mostly from the 1950’s to late 1960’s, also some old 78s, Porcelain coated cast iron soap & tooth brush holders (different wall mounted styles), Soft Sided, insulated cooler...not sure if this is ARMY?, CAPEWELL #8 250ct cardboard box full of horse nails, and the Capwell nails wood box, old metal shortening containers with lids (about 2ft high, great for storing craft items in), 1960’s-1970’s Christmas light sets in boxes and separate light bulbs in packs of 4 or 6, sheet music early 1900's to 1950's, hard cover books 1900-1990’s. old Hawkeye box camera in green, old costume Rhinestone JEWELRY, buttons from the 1920's - 1990's that were never used from Airlines, Railroad, Greyhound Bus, Military, Police Dept. and Fire Dept., old metal red painted tobacco tags, old pinback buttons, lots of old paper advertising and collectible smalls, open wood display boxes ( could hang or use as counter display) , small wood boxes, lots of picture frames from table top size to hanging size.


AND SO MUCH MORE, BUT I’ M RUNNING OUT OF ROOM TO LIST IT ALL

OUR SALE RUNS ON THURSDAY MAY 23, FRIDAY MAY 24 AND SATURDAY MAY 25 FROM 7AM UNTIL 6PM …THIS IS MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND.
we will be breaking down on Sunday

Priced to sell, willing to bargain on multiple items, NO EARLY SALES! The Kewaskum Village Wide Rummage is Friday and Saturday, so its worth your time to make the drive “up north” if you live in Milwaukee or Chicago.
If you have a GPS, our address is 1036 Fond du Lac Ave, Kewaskum. 53040
For the rest of us who refuse to enter the brave new world of our kids and grandkids, we are easily located on Hwy 45 (it becomes Fond du Lac Ave in Kewaskum) on the crest of the hill just north of the traffic lights at Highway H WEST, on the south end of the village.

If you need chick directions: drive into Kewaskum from West Bend using Hwy 45. At the first traffic lights in town, on the top of the hill- there is a Dairy Queen on your left- we will be the third house immediately on your right. ..there will be lots of signs out front.
Any way you choose to get here, you can’t miss us. Parking on the street, across the street….don't think there will be room in our driveway to park! Oh, and bring your pick up truck, you may need it!
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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