Wednesday Night Auction
Bontrager’s Auction Center
MAY 24, 2017 WEDNESDAY NIGHT AUCTION
Outdoor auction begins at 4:00 p.m.
Indoor auction begins at 5:00 p.m.
Preview at 3 p.m.
Absentee/left bids are accepted until 3:30 p.m.
(Auction start times may vary depending on quantity to be sold and daylight hours available).
4+ ft. tall early lightning rods w/glass globes
Vintage egg scales
Early crank chopping machine
Vintage farm items
Depression dining room set for 6
Wheel Horse B-80
Table top and floor platform scales
Vintage ammo/boxes and firearm related papers
Early 19th century ice box
Vintage canvas moving carts
One horse cutter sleigh
Many 5 gallon vintage oil cans – mostly Wolfs Head
Vintage soda bottles
Vintage watering cans
Buffalo News crate
Yardman 22” trimmer
Heavy iron gate
Large antique maple syrup boiler
Vintage 2 station wheeling sink
Vintage washing machine
Large early circular saw blades
Early Adirondack style rocker
COINS AND VINTAGE AMMO/ADVERTISING
|1||1||1929 $5 NATIONAL CURRENCY, NATIONAL BANK OF HILLSDALE, NEW JERSEY|
|2||1||(11) MERCURY DIMES 1918 – 1944 PLUS SET OF MERCURY DIME EARRINGS AND (10) SILVER ROOSEVELT DIMES: 1946 – 1964; $2.10 FACE VALUE|
|3||1||(3) PARTIAL U.S. CENT COLLECTIONS|
|4||3||(3) MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS: 1901-O, 1921-D, 1921-D; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|5||3||(3) STERLING SILVER RINGS: DIAMOND CUT SHRIMP BAND, STERLING SILVER BAND, STERLING SILVER SIGNET RING W/ DIAMOND; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|6||1||1804 DRAPED BUST HALF CENT, CROSSLET 4, STEMS, XF40 (PCGS)|
|7||1||GROUPING OF (5) LIBERTY “V” NICKELS 1985 – 1911, (2) BARBER DIMES: 1905-06; 1945 U.S. 10 CENTAVOS (PHILIPINES)|
|8||20||(20) 1964 JFK HALF DOLLARS; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|9||3||(3) BARBER HALF DOLLARS: 1908, 1912-D, 1912-D; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|10||3||(3) SILVER AND CUBIC ZIRCONIA NECKLACES: PALM TREE PENDANT, FLOWER STYLE PENDANT AND TRI-STONE PINK PENDANT; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|11||1||1920 10 ZEHNMARK, 1944 10 ZEHN MARK, SERIES 1935A U.S. $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE PLUS FOREIGN COINS, TOKENS AND MEDALS.|
|12||20||(20) 1964 JFK HALF DOLLARS; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|13||3||(3) PEACE SILVER DOLLARS: 1924, 1925, 1926; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|14||3||(3) SILVER LADIES’ RINGS: OVAL BLUE TOPAZ VINTAGE SWIRL, MARQUISE LIGHT PURPLE STONE, MARQUISE PURPLE STONE W/ ROPE FINISH; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|15||15||(15) SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: 1932 – 1964; $4.25 FACE VALUE|
|16||20||(20) JFK HALF DOLLARS; 1964; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|17||6||(6) WALKING LIBERTY HALF DOLLARS; 1941-1943; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|18||2||(2) VERMEIL AND CUBIC ZIRCONIA BRACELETS; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.|
|19||3||(3) MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS: 1886-O, 1887-O, 1889, YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|20||1||(3) RELIGIOUS BRONZE MEDALS AND (3) BRONZE-COLORED MEDALS COMMEMORATING 500 YEARS SINCE CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS’S DISCOVERY OF AMERICA|
|409||3||3 BOXES EMPTY AMMO BOXES, CLEANING KITS AND CARTRIDGE BOXES|
|410||4||4 BOXES VARIOUS GAUGE SHOTGUN ROUNDS & WADS INCLUDING WOODEN CRATE|
|411||2||2 BOXES DAISY AND QUICK SILVER B-B’S|
|412||3||2 FLATS OF VARIOUS BRASS AND ONE FLAT OF PRIMERS|
|413||2||2 BOXES CARTRIDGE GUIDES, TRADING POSTS AND DARTS|
|414||3||3 FLATS SPORTSMAN AND GUN MAGAZINES|
|415||4||3 AMMO CAN AND 1 METAL BOX OF VARIOUS AMMUNITION|
|416||3||3 BOXES VARIOUS CALIBER AMMUNITION|
|417||3||3 FLATS VARIOUS YEARS BROWNING CATALOGS & PAPERS|
By bidding with our auction company, you are agreeing to the following:
- Payment is due at the close of the auction and can be made with cash, good check, Master Card or Visa. Any other payment arrangements must be made with the auctioneer prior to the close of the auction.
- 13% buyer’s premium and NY state sales tax are added to all totals. A 3% discount is taken from the buyer’s premium if payment is made with cash or check.
- Tax exempt buyers must present tax exempt paperwork and ID number at the time of registration.
- All purchased items must be removed from the premises at the close of auction.
- Left bids will be accepted until one hour prior to the start of the auction. In order to ensure that your bids are processed, we are unable to accept bids after that time. Left bids must be picked up by the end of the auction week (close of business on Friday). Please refer to our left bid policy (http://www.bontragerauction.com/absentee-bid-policy/) for more information.
Bontrager’s Auction Center is located at 8975 Wortendyke Road. From Route 33 turn south on Wortendyke Road (3.5 miles west of Batavia). Our auction center is located about 1/2 mile from the intersection on the east side of the road.