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.

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