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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 6 PM
 
   

                
 
PREVIEW 3-6 PM DAY OF AUCTION                        

      CLIFFORD'S SUPPER CLUB
         10418 West Forest Home, Hales Corners, WI 53130
       (Southwest Milwaukee Suburb)
          SEE BELOW FOR DIRECTIONS & MAP

REGISTRATION:
$2.00 FEE & MUST HAVE VALID DRIVER ID or government ID with
Picture. Out-of-State Bidders Must Have Acceptable 2nd Form of ID


TERMS:
CHECK OR CASH  Sorry, NO  CREDIT CARDS or BANK STARTER CHECKS

SALES TAX: 5.6% Added to purchases.  BUYER’S FEE: 5.6% Added to all purchases.

TAX EXEMPT RESALE PURCHASES: 
Seller Resale Number needs to be on file or supplied to us at time of purchase.

Dining & sandwiches available on premises until 9:15 pm ~ ice cream sundaes all night!

FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS:
Please click on ADDITIONAL AUCTION PHOTOS above on the left.

Due to security factors, we do apologize, but inspection ends after auction begins.
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ADDITIONS TO MAILED BROCHURE will be highlighted below in gray italics.

SPECIAL ITEMS/STORE ITEMS/ARCHITECTURAL
 
Coin-operated Rock-Ola jukebox wallbox record selector, 70”x14” beveled glass window, revolving watch case.

FURNITURE
   
Unusual inlaid Stickley Quaint chair, oak barrel-front secretary with bookcase top, carved walnut highboy with nine drawers and hat box, early primitive immigrant trunk with splayed sides, till box and large dovetails, country store primitive post office cabinet with milk glass knobs, walnut broken-arch, drop-front secretary with clawfeet and bookcase top, round oak table with five large legs, child’s Victorian oak roll-top desk with pullout desk top, oak highboy and dresser, pair of Mission-style built-in bookcases, painted Mission oak one-door bookcase, Mission oak library tables, Mission four shelf book stand, cedar chest with metalwork, 1930’s Deco highboy with hat box, pair of vintage Ethan Allen Georgian Court etagere/bookcase shelves, set of four Ficks & Reed mid-c. bamboo chairs, Victorian candle stand, mahogany dropleaf end table, walnut end table with book shelf, Bar Harbor wicker rocker, pine bench, two swivel office chairs with arms (oak and mahogany), oak parlor tables (one with twist legs), chrome stool on wheels, industrial metal stools with backs, oak and iron tavern table, two spring metal lawn chairs, two twig plant stands (one with log bird house), Deco end table with blue mirror, magazine end table with drawer, small dental or beauty parlor stand on wheels, children’s chairs and rocker, chrome Deco vanity stand, pressed-carved oak hexagon stand, claw and glass ball piano stool, organ stool with needlepoint seat, art student’s stool, typewriter stand, pedestal fern stand, wicker teacart (no tray). 
 
CLOCKS, LIGHTING & FURNISHINGS
 
Quartersawn oak firescreen from Milwaukee mansion (rip in tapestry), pair of large andirons, 1920’s iron floor lamp with small reverse painted shade and attached ashtray, bridge lamp with green cased shade, pair of Moe Bridges sconces with parchment shades, brass repousse umbrella stand with liner, quartersawn oak beveled mirror with heavy hooks, blue opalescent gas shade, FDR-The Man of the Hour lamp, wicker log holder, electric Mastercrafter clock with girl on swing, 1920’s floor lamps with onyx trim and onyx base, primitive-style wrought iron adjustable floor lamp, wrought iron plant stand, 1920’s-1950’s desk lamps, runner rug (not measured), contemporary rug (approx. 6’x9’), mid-c. table lamps, hurricane lamp and sconce, magazine wall pocket with still life print, pink boudoir lamps with prisms, cuckoo clock. 

ADVERTISING
             
         
Two late 1950’s Schlitz beer shirts with original tags (never worn), two 1907 Christmas advertising store premium Vienna Art Plates with children (one with dog), 1920’s Wadham’s cap (visor detached), advertising and fraternal watch fobs, large plastic Pepsi clock, metal Marathon gas sign, Bud Light clock, Waukesha Roxo bottles (one in crate), 1950’s Pabst posters with women (twelve sports-related), Oswego dovetailed starch box, Blatz and Jic Jac soda wood crates, Miller neon light, Pabst neon light with broken tube, eighteen pieces of A-B Allen Bradley barware glasses, vintage Heileman’s Special Export beer sign with ship, oil cans (Red Wing, Mobil and full Clark), livestock-related tins, Aunt Sue tin, 1930’s Texaco motor oil tin, contemporary Harley-Davidson phone with pouch, twelve Pabst boomba beer mugs with other beer glasses, Victorian Wauwatosa Hardware company boiler thermometer, set of Welch’s Grape Juice glasses, advertising medals, Dutch Boy National Lead Co. paperweight, three Wausaukee/Pembine pinups,
new old stock beer signs including Miller High Life, two Pabst Blue Ribbon, Schlitz Price Board and  Old Style Cold Beer, 1957 Miller High Life clock, Miller Genuine Draft Light neon clock, Miller Lite digital and Genuine Draft clocks, Miller Genuine Draft and Old Style signs, four tin Miller Lite football signs including Super Bowl XXXI, XXXIII and XXX, groups of small advertising items, Monarch coffee jar with embossed lion head, tools, cheese boxes, L&M cigarette thermometer. 
 
SPORTS

Two muskie fish mounts, tackle boxes, over thirty fishing rods and reels, minnow bucket, two recurve bows, arrows, two miniature Carrylite paper mache duck decoys, toboggan, antlers, three Kentucky Derby glasses, wood juggling dumbbells. 

PRIMITIVES - KITCHENWARE
   
5” sponge bowl with Wisconsin Malt advertising (Racine?), oak machinist tool chest, five and two gallon Red Wing crocks, other crocks and jugs, general store coffee barrel, small one dozen Star egg carrier, tole carriage lamp, tole spice box with graters, galvanized tubs and pails, sprinkling cans including with long spout, small bench, large wood block plane, two unusual tall iron lawn sprinklers, milk can, farm tractor seat, kitchen primitive tool with unknown purpose, shelf brackets, sewing machine drawers, folk art carvings, two Longaberger baskets, drying rack, pulley, enamelware. large striped yellowware mixing bowls, small yellowware bowls (some sponged), pitters and slicers, cookie cutters, early wood handled flatware, lanterns.
 
CHILDREN’S COLLECTIBLES
 
GIRLS:
26” and 16” Kestner #154 bisque dolls, 24” AM 370 bisque doll, 17” German Floradora bisque doll, composition Deanna Durbin doll, 26” Effanbee Rosemary doll in original clothes, large composition doll in original outfit, Diahan Carrol Julia doll with box and original packaging, two Skipper dolls with boxes, ponytail, bubble-cut and wig Barbie dolls, 14” Ideal Toni hard plastic doll, bisque Nancy Ann Storybook dolls, small group of metal Tootsietoy doll house furniture with unusual painted finish, four pieces of German metal doll house furniture. 
 
 

BOYS:
Three G.I. Joe dolls with boxes, G.I. Joe Jeep, Allan doll with box, over forty Britains soldiers and knights, Dinky Shado 2 Rocket Launcher, Buddy L Service Lift with box, two Buddy L hydraulic dump trucks (one Mack), two Tonka hydraulic dump trucks, Structo bottom dump earth mover, two Tonka graders, 1977 Japan Starsky & Hutch Ford Torino radio controlled car with box, three 1960’s vans in boxes, Redline Hot Wheels, Marklin Max 94002693 locomotive, model kits, boy’s football pads with three baseball mitts, Structo City of Toyland sanitation truck (no hood), Wyandotte moving van, Boy Scout lot, boy's tool boxes, misc. diecasts, boy's toy lot with Lionel Bumpers. 
     
MISC. CHILDREN’S: Two 1940’s picture block sets, English Chad Valley Escalando horse race game with metal horses, sleds, composite camel, lion and turtle, German paper mache squeak toy, croquet set, Viewmasters,  slides and projector, wood toys, Jarts in box, marbles, 1940’s/1950’s Captain Marvel Jr. ski jump paper toy, Japan windup walking bear, antique puzzle with child's lunch box, pencil box and blocks. 

HOLIDAY COLLECTIBLES
    
Paper mache pumpkin with face paper, Lins Quality Sausages Halloween party book with cutouts, T45 aluminum tree in box (size not noted with replaced stand), color wheel, Japan cardboard houses, group of glass ornaments, group of misc. Christmas decorations, Santa doll, 1951 comic character Christmas cards, empty vintage Christmas card boxes, Christmas tree fences, composition angel tree topper, two small composition turkeys and wax candle turkey, composition Snow White's "Doc" Japan  candy container.
 

PAPER MEMORABILIA
   
Stereoviews including Black Americana with stereoptican, pack of Art Studio nude pinup playing cards, four 1927 and 1928 Montgomery Ward catalogs (paper in decent condition, but kept in barn), pinups, 1940’s-1970’s advertising premium give-away comics and books, 10 and 12-cent comics and others including superhero, war, cartoons and classics, twenty-eight 1938-1950 Life magazines, 1895 "The Music of the Modern World" oversize book with color and black and white illustrations, Big Little Books, postcards, trade cards, Settlement cook books, photos including mining-related, oversize pinup playing cards, political, silent movie star and other photos, early 20th c. magazines. 

ART
   

Hand-painted silhouette of Napoleon, two G. Cristini hand-colored etchings of clipper ships, Victorian ship disaster print, two R.H. Palenski deer and duck etchings in leaf corner frames, Victorian prints including “The Young Cavalier” and St. Bernard dog protecting girl and other prints.

JEWELRY
 

    
Two 14k diamond rings, other 14k rings including amethyst, opal ring, black coral and emerald, 14k carved wedding band, 10k rings including ruby and diamond, garnet and pearl, gold Elgin ladies’ hunting case pocketwatch, two 14k ladies’ wristwatches with diamonds (Bulova and Longines), 14k jade earrings, 10k opal butterfly stickpin, some scrap gold, American Waltham PS Bartlett pocketwatch with stand, Courtney Petersen contemporary sterling jewelry, sterling rings with onyx, hematite, Blarney stone and opal, other sterling jewelry, bakelite horse pin with glass eye, Victorian-1920’s jewelry including mourning jewelry, cameos, etc., amber necklace, stickpins, rhinestone and costume jewelry (some signed, some sets), Cinderella, Mickey Mouse and other wristwatches, turquoise, malachite and amethyst stones, 14k ring with oval ruby, 10k man's ring with red stone, belly dancer's necklace, men's 10k cameo and diamond ring.
 

TEXTILES-CLOTHING-WOMEN’S ACCESSORIES
    
Sunbonnet applique quilt, five patchwork quilts, large Battenburg tablecloth, dressmaker’s mannequin, framed floral needlepoint, brass sewing bird, pincushions, hand-motif brass glove holders, Victorian leather wedding shoes, crochet spread, chenille spread, wool blanket (England), red-work tablecloth, hankies, buttons, fans, ladies’ eyeglasses with hair pin, gold thimble, 1920's mesh bag, ostrich plumes with silverplated hand mirror, many button boxes, tulip applique quilt, eyeglasses, button hooks, peacock chenille spread. 

ASIAN

Early 20th c. lacquer and mother-of-pearl Chinese snuff bottle, semi-precious stone still life with jade, etc., six pieces of cloisonne, Chinese jade bowl in presentation box, five hand-painted Chinese porcelain balls, Asian porcelain charger with center bowl, large brass Buddha bust, miniature cloisonne pill boxes. 

NATIVE AMERICAN
 
Arrowheads, two contemporary Acomo Pueblo, New Mexico pottery pieces including large M&R Romero incised Kachina vessel, pottery pieces. 

RELIGIOUS

Gunter-Kerzen wax bas relief religious painting, rosaries, medals, large oak frame with religious print, plaster St. Michael the Archangel plaster figure, Capodimonte Holy Water crucifix, contemporary Santos figure, prayer books, religious plaques and figures. 

GLASS
 
  
1972 Lalique plate with conch, Carnival glass including Northwood vase, Waterford decanter, bowl and other pieces, Orrefors vase, pair of Murano vases, green Depression glass, glass inkwells, mid-c. Higgins glass spoon rest, Peter Schiller and Eichler glass paperweights, pair of fancy perfumes with tall stoppers, other perfumes, cut glass bowl with Val St. Lambert bowl, four blue Cambridge goblets, jadeite batter bowl with milk glass Sunkist juicer and beater jar, set of eight cobalt goblets, character glasses, groups of glass,
Moderntone blue Depression glass, Mason fruit jars, Pyrex bowls. 

CHINAWARES

5"x5" painted porcelain portrait of woman, Meakin (England) Flow Blue platter, other Flow Blue, 14 3/4” B&C France painted porcelain vase, 8” Lladro girl with hat, large Sam Johnson Royal Doulton toby jug, transferware turkey platter, Nippon hat pin holder with pins and dresser jar, three Florence Ceramics figurines, Treasure Craft cat cooky jar, Hummels including School Girl, Newsboy, Club and ornaments, two Beatrix Potter figurines (Lady Mouse and Timmy Tiptoes),
Black Americana chef salt and pepper (Japan). 

POTTERY-STONEWARE
 

Roseville Dahlrose handled bowl, Roseville Snowberry hanging pot, Roseville Bushberry cornucopia with inset frog, Roseville Donatello low pot, majolica pedestal for jardiniere, majolica plates, majolica jardiniere (glaze chips), Weller pot, 7” Louwelsa Weller vase, Hull center bowl and small vase, Howard Pierce “Elephant Mama & Baby,” pottery humidor and pipe stand, groups of pottery, Russel Wright Iroquois Casual Parsley teapot. 

MILITARY-FRATERNAL-POLICE-WEAPONS
                                                                                 
10k Milwaukee police officer #962 ring (7.5 grams), sterling Marine’s ring, sterling U.S. Army Air Corps. wing pin, two WWII shell art ashtrays, Civil War bullets and cannon ball, GAR 1883 flag stand, Army dress sword, five bayonets, Nazi flag, Nazi-related paper items, German badges including one dated 1862, U.S. 773rd Tank Destroyer group of paper and misc., leather flying pants, replica black powder pistol, WWII trench dog tags, 1962 U.S. Insignias for Kids, Masonic jewelry, 165 Lenin medals, Marine Corps, Army and ROTC uniform, U.S. patches, newer U.S. helmet, military hats, lot of WWII letters and photos, walking stick sword (no stick), small hunting knife with musket balls, Frascona Buick Hitler magazine reproductions and pictures of car give-aways. 

MUSIC DEPT.

Three piece Maxwin by Pearl drum set, five piece Gammon drum set with two cymbals, Gianni and First Act acoustic guitars, Park amp, wood xylophone made by Ethan Allen School for Boys, three-string ukulele (?), rock 'n roll albums, sheet music. 

METALWARES
 

Small sterling pieces including candle holders, candle snuffer, salt and pepper sets, etc., Victorian cat, dog with sled, bird and other napkin rings, Stuart Mark Feldman metal Zeus statue, cast iron Hubley Bobby Blake doorstop (signed Grace Drayton), sterling 1937 German Club box, 1913 copper samovar and tray, Moroccan hand-hammered brass tray, ornate Iron Art Co. brass mirror, metal dresser frames including rare Victorian hand mirror-shape with photo of woman with dog, Wallace Silver Co. dresser box, Victorian castor set with lion head-one bottle broken,
two sets of silverplate flatware (Plymouth and 1847 Rogers Eternally Yours), large group of misc. silverplate flatware, large lion head doorknocker.
 

MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIBLES
   
Iron railroad yard exterior light, bakelite U.S. Army airplane pencil sharpener, Remington typewriter #50, Stewart-Warner radio, dovetailed wood cash box, 1890 cash register insert, pocket knives, German pocket knife/tool set in leather case, razors, Anri music box, set of twelve aluminum tumblers, amethyst and other rocks, door hardware, rotary monophone (as is), two drawer oak card file, bingo wheel, lottery ticket cabinet, leather horse, canes and walking sticks, concrete yard ornaments, mechanical pencils and pens, glass globe for reassembly, baby scales, reproduction coins, wood dresser boxes, wood horse-theme pipe stand and humidor with pipes, tokens and pins (advertising, political, fraternal, company, etc.), small Mastercraft spider web design electric fan, hubcap,
vintage Milwaukee matches, keys, smoking related items including lighters and cigarette cases with lighters, cameras, prisms, two framed fireplace tiles, mechanical drawing sets, Lawrence Welk tray, Florida license plate topper, 1933 World's Fair spoons with glass 1893 World's Fair axe.



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Registered WI Auctioneers:
Dan Carlson, No. 372
Rick Thomas, No. 2247
Dave Vnuk, No. 2242
Registered WI Auction Company, No. 57

NOTE: Instead of monthly scheduled auctions, they will be scheduled after quality estates 
have made commitments to our auction. At that point, an early notice will be provided to everyone on our email notification list and on our mailing list, so you can plan accordingly. 
We believe this will improve the overall quality of each auction.  Thank you for your patience as we make this change from pre-scheduled auctions.
   

 


DIRECTIONS:

Suggestion:  Check for construction and alternate routes:
www.511wi.gov/Web/traffic/road_closures.aspx or
call 511 or 1-866-511-9472

From I94 (Airport area): West on 894, Exit Forest Home (5-A),
(diagonal street) Southwest to hall.

From Hwy. 45 North or Madison: 894 South to exit (4) 45/43 Beloit,
left-hand exit(60) 45/100 (108th Street, also known locally as Hwy. 100),
then South to 24 (Janesville Rd.), East to Forest Home, left 4 blocks on
Forest Home (diagonal street).

From Southwest I43: exit Layton to 108th Street/Hwy. 100, then
South to 24 (Janesville Rd.), East to Forest Home, left 4 blocks on
Forest Home (diagonal street).

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Call 414-649-9940 or email julie@juliesauctions to receive an email notification 
of upcoming auctions, to inquire about our services or receive a brochure.

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CONSIGNMENT INFORMATION:
Commission rate: 35% (consigner delivers to hall). WI State law mandates
payments to consigners within 30 days, Julie's Auctions sends checks out
one week after auctions (should be received within 10 days).
This is a no minimum, no reserve auction.

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ABSENTEE/PROXY BIDDER INFORMATION 
NOTE NEW LOCATION FOR PICKUPS

1-10 Items are handled as absentee bids for a $2 fee (same as registration bidder fee).

Successful bidders will have a $5.00 PICKUP/SERVICE FEE CHARGE
FOR 1 ITEM + $1 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ITEM (N
OTE INCREASE)
added to their invoices to compensate the shop that handles the pickups.
Absentee bidders or their agents should have been able to preview
items in person, so condition is known to the bidder.


FURNITURE, LARGE, VERY HEAVY OR FRAGILE ITEMS
ARE EXCLUDED FROM ABSENTEE BIDS!

You are urged to stay and bid in person, if you are interested in any of these kinds of things.  If you are unsure about an item you are interested in, please inquire.  Furniture is, typically, is sold within the first two hours.  Pickup location has limited storage space and some fragile items require special packing materials that we won't have available at the auction.

SUCCESSFUL BIDDER PICKUP INFO:
NOTIFICATION: You will be notified approximately 3 days after each auction,
IF YOU ARE SUCCESSFUL. Unsuccessful bids are NOT notified.

NEW PICKUP LOCATION:
CLINTON ST. ANTIQUES ANNEX, 1106 S. 1st Street, Milwaukee (near Southeast side). Items are not available for pickup until you are notified, typically Friday after an auction.
Phone No.:  414-202-4241

PICKUPS ONLY AVAILABLE:
Wednesday thru Sunday, 12-5pm (closed on Tuesday)
PICKUPS MUST BE WITHIN ONE WEEK OF NOTIFICATION, 
as we pay consigners within one week of the auction and have an agreement
with the pickup location that pickups will be completed within one week.

EXACT CHANGE OR CHECK with photo ID is needed.  
Please, the pickup location cannot make change!

GENERAL ABSENTEE/PROXY BIDDING INFORMATION:
The amount you bid should be the limit you would bid, if you were to attend
the auction. This amount will be bid for you competitively, as though you were
actually in attendance, doing your own bidding. While you should be prepared
to pay the top limit of your bid, it is possible that you will be the winning bidder
for less than your top limit. In the case of identical bids by absentee bidders,
preference is given to the person who turned in their bid form first.

PLEASE NOTE:
We may have more than one absentee bid on each item.
They are executed simultaneously, and if not out-bid by the audience, the
absentee bidder with the highest bid limit will be awarded the bid for one
increment over the other absentee bidder's top bid. The floor bids will not be
re-opened after this announcement, as the item has been "SOLD."

We acknowledge, unfortunately, that due to the pace of the auction, if your
absentee bid is accidentally not acted upon, once the item is sold, we cannot
re-open the bidding. If you have placed an absentee bid and are also in
attendance, you may be thinking that if your absentee bid is outbid by someone
in the audience, that you will have an opportunity to bid from the floor. Please
be aware that you DO NOT KNOW, if there are multiple absentee bids, or if
another absentee bidder's bid is higher than yours. Once it is sold, IT WON'T
BE RE-OPENED.

All bids are treated confidentially, although at the conclusion of the sale, we
reserve the right to reveal the name of the absentee bidder to the successful
bidder or the under bidder in attendance, if they request it, so they will be
assured that our absentee bid system is legitimate.


The 5.6% Buyer Fee, which is added to all purchases, is an additional compensation for the auction company.