Saturday, December 12, 2020 at 9:30 A.M.

Old High School Gym (W. Lower St., Abingdon, IL)


HOUSEHOLD & FURNITURE: GE side-by-side refrigerator w/ water and ice door; Whirlpool glass-top range; GE large chest freezer; nice sofa w/ matching loveseat; rocker recliner; swivel rocker; mini Kenmore refrigerator; (4) occasional chairs; ottoman; lift chair; nice office chair; ¾ bed frame; table lamps; console radio/record player; (2) cedar chest; (2) chest of drawers; large flat screen TV; wall shelves; dishes; decorator cake pans; pots; pans; kitchen utensils; porcelain dish set; Mikasa Sumer Bouquet; 8-piece Rogers Brothers silverware in chest; (3) wooden cabinet; microwave; wall mirrors; multiple miscellaneous items.

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Dry sink; dough box; drop-front cabinet; large pine cabinet; top of pine cabinet; pine table w/ drawer; large wooden bench; maple tea cart; children’s wooden trunk; ornate painted blanket box; walnut lamp table; old carpenters box; oak sideboard w/ mirror; quilt rack; mahogany ornate wall cabinet; table w/ spiral legs; 4-drawer bur oak chest; 3-drawer small table w/ spiral legs; 4-section bookcase w/ metal straps; 4-drawer pine dresser; drop-front pine cabinet w/ glass doors on top; painted pine cabinet; 2-drawer oak painter’s cabinet; large oak framed mirror; oak rocker; old highchair; Conservo cooker; carousel horse; 8-point cherry bookcase; old Barbie dolls; oak wall phone; Lewis Lye powder box; Hot Rod magazines; rolling pins.

GLASSWARE & MISCELLANEOUS: Green depression; cast iron trivets; old bells; (6) Sleepy Eye pitcher; Sleepy Eye poster and newspaper; old scales and weights; sleigh bells (24, on strap); dream sickles; Great American Revolution plates; Bavarian pitcher; Copeland England china (mayflower); Nippon china; stemware; Wedgwood china; Metal cracker box; salt crock; metal cake carrier; metal cookie cutters; coffee grinder; several copper pieces; copper bucket; copper pot; #5 crock water cooler; #3 Redwing crock; crock butter churn; (3) mantle clock; grandfather clock; old Boy Scout uniform; old footlockers; 33-1/3 & 78 records; Beanie Babies; Boyds Bears; boxes of CDs; books; lots of winter holiday décor; Jay’s potato chip cans; several miscellaneous pieces.

TOOLS & OUTDOOR: Self-propelled snow blower; DR trimmer; 21” Lawn-Boy; rear lawn garden tiller; iron wheel wheelbarrow; lawn seeders; cast iron lawn furniture; weathervane; air tank; drop cords; shovels; exes; round points; hammers; pipe clamps; craftsman grinder; 4” bench vise; battery chargers; open and box-end wrenches; sockets; tool box; Milwaukee Sawzall; Hilti gun; Craftsman chainsaw; Homelite chainsaw; Craftsman 30-gal. air compressor; gas can; one-man saw; ladder jacks; old wrenches; double tree; old hub caps; old lantern; wash tub; milk can; pair of large concrete bears.

TRACTOR: 1910 Ford Tractor w/ loader, blade, and 3-point mower.

AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Tractor and concrete bears will sell at 12:00 P.M. Large auction with a variety of well-maintained items.

OWNER: Joel Bjorling

Auctioneer Dan Boyer—License No. 440000668— Mobile: 309/252-1193

Auctioneer Albert Vaughn—License No. 440000544

TERMS: Food Stand, Restroom; Not Responsible for Accidents, theft, vandalism, errors, or omissions. Announcements made day of auction take precedence over previous material, printed or oral. Due to the COVID-19 state mask mandate, masks must be worn when social distancing measures cannot be maintained. PAYMENT: Cash, approved check, MasterCard, Visa, Amex, Discover payable on the day of the Auction.

Posted in Auction Calendar.


    • Hi Pam, we will have an online machinery auction in April that will be posted soon, and we are currently working on having an auction at the school that will be held in March or April!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *