Wednesday Night Auction
Bontrager’s Auction Center
JUNE 21, 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 any day until 3:30 p.m. on auction day.
(Auction start times may vary depending on quantity to be sold and daylight hours available).
3 pc. Victorian style living room set
20 gal. crock
GE front load washer
Early American style dining room table, 4 chairs and table leaves
Coke and Pepsi advertising crates
Iron desk stamp
Vintage white sewing machine
Skinner’s patent window screen model/display and patent paperwork
Large brass candle holders
Jeff Gordon Quaker State display
Coffee tables, end tables
Edison home phonograph
Early singer electric sewing machine
White Speedylock stitching machine
Singer Ultralock stitching machine
White sewing machine
Tru-Scale metal farm toys
Buddy L and Tonka trucks
Beer advertising trays
Stereomatic record player
Early Odyssey 200 and Atari video game systems
Pioneer turntable, stereo receiver
Sunsui speaker system
Reel to reels (Akai and Sony)
4 pc. Wicker furniture set
Kenmore window air conditioner
Large copper kettle with stand
Fishing tackle, boxes, and poles
Lionel construction kit
Lionel train cars and accessories
HO scale AHM train items
Bushnell field glasses
Older wooden & iron farm tools
Vintage camera equipment
WWII army items
Hamilton Beach 3 station shake mixer
Electric and acoustic guitars
Leaded glass lamp shade
Old Zenith radio
Vintage Vivico reel to reel and stereo receiver/turntable
Troy Bilt snowblower
Cooper outdoor lighting
Snap-on Kool Kare
Military coats and gear
Magnavox micromatic turntable
Yamaha disc player and stereo receiver
Viking sewing machine
|1||1||GROUPING OF U.S. CURRENCY: SERIES 1935 & 1957 $1 SILVER CERTIFICATES; SERIES 1953 & 1963 $5 RED SEAL NOTES; SERIES 1928 & 1963 $2 NOTES;|
|2||1||(30) JEFFERSON NICKELS, BETTER GRADE, 1965-1976|
|3||4||(4) WALKING LIBERTY HALF DOLLARS: (2) 1927-S, (2) 1929-S; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|4||1||1994-S LINCOLN CENT, PR69RD DCAM (PCGS)|
|5||8||(8) MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS: 1921 P,D,S; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|6||1||1990-P GOLD EAGLE, PR69DCAM (PCGS)|
|7||1||1897-O MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR, MS62 (USCG), KEY DATE|
|8||8||(8) BARBER HALF DOLLARS: 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1911, 1912; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|9||1||1886 LIBERTY NICKEL, KEY DATE|
|10||8||(8) MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS: 1879, 1880, 1881, 1889-O, 1890-O, 1899-O, 1900-O; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|11||2||1922 AND 1923 PEACE SILVER DOLLARS; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.|
|12||8||(8) WALKING LIBERTY HALF DOLLARS: 1934, 1934-S, 1935, 1935-S, 1936, 1936-D, 1936-S, 1937; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|13||1||1896 MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR, MS64 DMPL (USCG).|
|14||2||1973 & 1974 EISEHNHOWER UNC. 40% SILVER DOLLARS; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.|
|15||1||(20) FOREIGN COINS, VARIOUS COUNTRIES AND DENOMINATIONS, SOME VINTAGE YEARS W/ SILVER CONTENT|
|16||1||1937 ST. LEOPOLD 25 SCHILLING GOLD OSTERREICH, .17 OZ GOLD|
|17||8||(8) MORGAN AND PEACE SILVER DOLLARS, SOME WITH TAPE RESIDUE: 1921, 1922, 1923, 1923, 1924, 1924, 1925, 1935-S; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL|
|18||4||(4) FRANKLIN HALF DOLLARS: 1948-D, 1949, 1949-D, 1952-S; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|19||1||1972 BAHAMA ISLANDS $5 SILVER ROUND, .925 SILVER|
|20||8||(8) PEACE SILVER DOLLARS: 1922 P,D,S; 1923 P,S; 1924, 1925, 1926; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING ALL.|
|21||1||(20) 1935-1939-S MERCURY DIMES ($2.00 FACE VALUE) PLUS (2) 1883 NO CENTS LIBERTY NICKELS AND (4) JEFFERSON NICKELS 1938-D-1939-S;|
|22||1||1 0Z SILVER BAR (.999 SILVER ENGELHARD)|
VINTAGE AMMO AND ADVERTISING:
|436||2||(2) BOXES VARIOUS CALIBER AMMO, BRASS & CARTRIDGES YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.|
|437||2||(2) BOXES CROSSMAN AND MARLIN FIREARMS LITERATURE YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.|
|438||2||(2) BOXES MARLIN SPORTING FIREARMS CATALOGS; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE, BUYING BOTH.|
|439||2||(2) BOXES AMMO, SHELL CARTRIDGES, PAPER SHOT SHELLS, BLANKS, ETC. ; YOU ARE BIDDING ON ONE BOX, BUYING BOTH.|
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.