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Monday, February 26th Auction

       
                
 
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
 

Two 18” Moe Bridges reverse-painted table lamps, bronze filigree Tiffany Studios picture frame with amber slag glass (12”x9 3/4”), 17”x11” Victorian Meilink safe, two 31½” oak interior architectural columns, ticket window from Milwaukee County stadium, wooden Badger coaster wagon with brake.

FURNITURE
   
Four Victorian walnut marble-top parlor tables, Viking 3-section stacking oak bookcase, Northwestern Furniture Co. (Milwaukee) oak multi-drawer cabinet, oak rocker with carved head, candlestand with bird heads, two-door bookcase, primitive one-drawer work table, child’s pressed-back rocker, 9’ pine bench, quartersawn oak parlor table, two oak hall trees, spoon-carved Victorian sewing bench, Victorian footstool, Duncan Phyfe dining table with four chairs, Duncan Phyfe footstool and end table, oak kitchen table with five leaves, plant pedestal, small carved end table, round wrought iron dining table, wrought iron settee and chair, wrought iron baker’s cabinet, iron corner stand, wood step stool, iron base drug store stool, iron quilt rack, bench with iron base, folding metal 1950’s step-stool, two metal stools, set of four mid-c. modern wooden seat bar stools, mid-c. chrome coffee table with glass top, child’s bamboo/rattan rocker, four pieces of marble for commode and tables.
 
CLOCKS, LIGHTING & FURNISHINGS
     
24” hanging leaded glass fixture, hanging grape-motif fixture with dome and four hanging shades, four additional grape shades sold separately, five Tiffin glass parrot lamps, Tiffin glass Santa in chimney, owl, Elk’s Club, crucifix, lady, rabbit, fruit and flower lamps, hanging cranberry hall fixture, two floor lamps and table lamp with beaded and painted parchment shades, Kelloggs oak wall phone, German Kienzle wall clock, puffy lamp shade on black milk glass table base, Gone-with-the-Wind lamp, three McKee “Danse de Lumiere” nude glass lamps (gold, pink and green), pair of Aladdin Alacite nude lamps with 1920’s shades, pair of Aladdin Alacite wall sconces, eight Aladdin lamps with shades, two floor lamps with silk shades and long fringe, Seth Thomas Crystal Regulator, industrial laboratory floor lamp with magnifier, industrial wall hung metal file, Waterbury windup clock with bird in tree with lamp, carved clock shelf with drawers, Victorian walnut wall towel rack with blue Holland tiles, oak beveled mirror, Peter Rabbit Nursery Rhyme windup clock, 1920’s boudoir lamp with porcelain girl on fabric moon, two boudoir plaster lady lamps (one with shade), 1920’s wicker wastebasket, three 1920’s metal drapery rods and hardware in original boxes, pair of glass boudoir lamps with wheel-cut hurricane shades and prisms, painted parchment bed lamp, quality, contemporary stained glass lamp, large quantity of Aladdin chimneys (sold in groups), Aladdin oil lamp parts including finials, Aladdin parchment shades, shades for boudoir lamps, small carved Victorian shelf, 1950’s folding metal screen, mid-c. metal wall decorations, bamboo wall mirror. 

ADVERTISING
 

Coca Cola round thermometer and lawn sign, Coca Cola Milwaukee Braves schedule poster (framed) and bat, 1958 Schlitz Beer delivery man’s work shirt (never worn), Sheboygan banana crate, two De Lavel Separator Oil wood crates, Campbell’s crate, four Aladdin lamp signs, etched advertising shot glasses, Scotch Woolen Mills salesman advertising and display case, Cracker Jack premiums, Fisk Tires (Tomah, WI) advertising ashtray, Allen-Bradley premiums, advertising diecuts, Taitelman’s Women’s Fashions (West Allis) sign, funeral home and other advertising thermometers, rulers and misc., Phillips 66 and Cities Service banks, openers, new old stock Slim Jim ashtrays, 1970’s Schlitz sign.
 
SPORTS
Milwaukee Braves:
  
Coca Cola bat, pillow, nine scorecards (one with three player signatures), 1958 World Series program, 1953 Yearbook, three World Series stubs, 1959 Aaron’s Homerun game ticket stub, Milwaukee County Stadium pennant, small 1957 “I Was There” pennant, Coca Cola 1958 Home Game poster (newly framed), team photos (four signed), reproduction uniform signed by Warren Spahn, license plate piece, Warren Spahn “Whirly Bird” game with signature, three Topps gum cards, Historical Society signed bat and Hank Aaron signed balls, Bob Uecker signed photo, balls and bobblehead, Brave’s newspapers, scrapbook and magazines, Del Crandall endorsed catcher’s mitt, etc.
Other Sports Items:
     
1960 “Ball of Fame” statistics wheel, two pairs of wooden skis (4” wide/6’ 4” long and 3” wide/6’8” long), c. 1920’s golf clubs in old bag (three wood shaft and seven irons), baseball Poosh-M-Up Jr. marble game, Shakespeare Wonder recurve bow and arrows in original boxes, tackle box, many fishing poles and reels, bamboo fly rods including South Bend, groups of reels, catcher’s mask.
 
PRIMITIVES - KITCHENWARE

Oak machinist tool chest, small pine tool box, 6” Red Wing Grey Band bowl, 6” advertising spongeware bowl (Triangle Grocery, Sheboygan), 8”, 9” and 10” sponge bowls (one with chip), Crystal/Arcade coffee grinder, separate original Arcade coffee glass, L.F.&C. Universal cast iron coffee mill, cast iron wiener dog boot scraper, large yellowware mixing bowl, striped mixing bowls, 5 gallon Marshall, TX crock, two-man saws, blue and white spongeware pitcher (rim chips), scales, sock stretchers, springerle rolling pin, wood bowls, cookie cutters, galvanized tubs, wood planes, brass and iron smudge pot.
 
CHILDREN’S COLLECTIBLES
GIRLS: 
 
26” bisque socket head Kley & Hahn boy doll with dome head and bent-limb body, 29” bisque socket head Handwerk doll (one repaired eyeball), 16” Ideal composition Shirley Temple doll with pin, 20” Effanbee “American Children” composition doll, 11 ½” composition 1920’s Chinese man doll, iron Royal toy stove, Singer and U.S. Zone German Casige toy sewing machines, seven bed dolls, 25” china head doll (repaired), 17” composition doll with original clothes, 22” composition baby doll with long baby Baptismal gown and others. 
BOYS: 
 
Doepke Model Toys convertible roadster, Nylint Telescoping Crane truck, Structo truck, two Structo trailers with Structo log carrier, three piece Fleishmann W. German steam set with windmill in boxes, Weeden and Jensen steam engines, Tonka Jeep, Dux Conor plastic helicopter, Dick Tracy Detective Club badge, toy train catalogs, mechanical wooden ships, five 1964 promo cars (two as is), Kilgore toy cast iron Invincible pistol, Matchbox belt, Star Wars figures, Marx tin Dodge City town, Marx Johnny West and other plastic horses with accessories, small cast iron truck cab, Marx Fort Dearborn Playset, lot with Hubley steamroller and cement truck, Tootsietoy car and Fisher Price Winky Blinky fire truck, paper and fiberboard fort set, Robeddie Volvo model car. 
MISC. CHILDREN’S: 
 
Wooden rocking horse glider swing, Chein Roller Coaster (no cars), Steiff squirrel, Union Hardware (Torrington, Conn.) wooden roller skates, older wood marble push-up game, marbles. 

HOLIDAY COLLECTIBLES
 
Three feather trees (75”, 44” and 27” white), three small feather trees, Halloween diecuts, garland, cardboard stand-ups and candy container, plastic witch and scarecrow candy containers and more, Japan clay-face Santas, German spun cotton girl and fruit ornaments, figural glass ornaments including Santas, birds, fish, musical, clown snowman, pipe, rose, candy canes, fruit, etc., tinsel and glass Victorian ornaments including airplane, dirigible, hot air balloons, birds and vases, feather tree-size ornaments, bottle brush trees, Santa dolls, wax angels and baby Jesus, German Christmas tree fence, bubble lights, 8½” figural Santa and other lights, paper mache Easter bunny candy containers, plastic Santas, angel tree tops, Santa sleigh parts, chenille Christmas decorations, Shiny Brites.
 
PAPER MEMORABILIA

Postcards including group of train-related, enlarged early Washington Island photos, over 150 1st Day Covers from 1940’s, Victorian issue of French “Encyclopedia of Needlework’ (Theresa Dillmont), 1896 illustrated “Charles Chase Nurseryman No. 418” book with fruit, trees, etc., 1950’s maps, large box of family photos, Victorian photos of women, small group of music magazines two tin document boxes with deeds and legal papers, TV and movie paper items, framed 1972 R. Crumb comic poster “Twas Ever This,” 1987 Waukesha Co. plat book.
 
ART
 
Eight Chandler pastels (seascapes, landscapes, still life and moonlight), large oval Gunderson seascape pastel, other unsigned pastels, Marc Sijan fiberglass torso of woman, 1984 Gromme “Goldfinch & Bull Thistle” print, pair of small nude paintings over prints, Victorian frame with print of Lincoln, nude prints, large family portraits, Victorian prints of women in ornate frames, cherub prints, black and white print with two horses, ribbon and lace pictures. 

COINS

1897 $5 gold Liberty Head coin, 1913 $2½ gold Indian head coin (paid in cash, unless known to us), 1889 and 1935 silver dollars, Barber dimes. 

JEWELRY
       

14k scarab pendant, rings including 18k with rubies, 14k rubies and diamonds, 14k rubies and sapphires, 14k diamonds, 14k ruby, 14k nephrite jade, 10k emerald and diamond, 10k sapphire, 10k black onyx and diamond and 10k cameo, 14k diamond pendant, 14k garnet cross pendant and other 14k pendants, small 14k bar pin with garnet, cameo in 14k bezel and two others, 10k garnet bracelet, 10k blue topaz bracelet, 10k filigree 1920’s pin, 10k amethyst, 14k garnet and 14k gold earrings, 14k Holland Brand Beer stickpin, platinum stickpins made from bracelet parts, Tiffany & Co. sterling scarab pendant and stickpin, over fifteen groups of sterling jewelry including reversible ring and others, pins, necklaces, pendants, earrings, bracelets (some Native American) and Siam Niello-enameled, Victorian-1920’s jewelry including ornate necklaces, gold-filled Hampden pocketwatch in hunting case (loose crystal), semi-precious stone necklaces, amber bead bracelets, freshwater pearl necklaces with 14k beads, contemporary art glass jewelry, rhinestones including signed and sets, Christmas-theme, contemporary designer, watches.
 
TEXTILES-CLOTHING-WOMEN’S ACCESSORIES
 

1920’s beaded dress, 1920’s black dress with sequins, Victorian black beaded cape with label from Scruggs, Vandervoort & Barney Dry Goods, St. Louis, embroidered silk shawl or piano scarf with long fringe, Hudson Bay blanket with 3 ½ marks, Mandalian and other mesh and beaded bags, ladies’ high-top lace-up boots, fancy, very long valences, German Berlinwerk bead work, antique commercial combs, Flemish Art towel rack with girly towels, flower girl gowns, baby clothes, other vintage clothing, purses including Dominican Republic folk art cigar box purse, printed linen, crocheted and embroidered linen, completed sections for Dresden Plate quilt, gloves, scarves, pillowcases and tablecloths with handwork, celluloid dresser pieces, table runners, ladies items in small suitcase.
 
ASIAN
Asian-motif frame, small Asian wood and bone carvings.

NATIVE AMERICAN

c. 1900-1930’s Northern Michigan 22” long birchbark canoe with painting (souvenir of Escanaba). 

RELIGIOUS
 

Small polychrome, carved wood angel plaque, Goebel angel (3-Line mark), two religious ribbons with rosaries.

GLASS
           
7” Loetz (Austria) vase, Tiffany L.C.T. Favrile footed 6 3/4” bowl, Tiffany L.C.T. small bowl (approx. 4” diameter), thirty-five pieces of Hawkes stemware, six Baccarat goblets, Waterford tumblers, goblets, ornament, bowl, decanter, old fashion glasses and flutes, Rosenthal Studio Line stemware, vaseline covered candy jar, pair of 12” Victorian enameled Bristol glass vases, 10” Art Nouveau pinched cranberry vase with metal dragonflies, Hawkes shaker with sterling lid, 2” Lalique fish, Victorian enameled milk glass cracker jar, McKee vases with nudes and dancer, McKee tumblers with nudes, McKee Deco vases, set of four nude stemware, four frosted glass rabbit cotton ball dispensers, five Tiffin glass elephant cigarette and tobacco jars, three glass dresser jars with Scotty dogs, Victorian opalescent “pump” vase and “trough” dish, blue glass berry bowl set, pink and green glass including Depression glass, Wm. M. paperweight (St. Clair), two Baccarat butterflies.
 
CHINAWARES
              
Royal Doulton figurines “Fragrance” and “Clarinda,” Royal Doulton 10½”plates “The Hunting Man,” “The Squire” and “The Parson,” four piece Royal Bayreuth dresser set, Flow Blue china including historical plates, other blue and white china, Victorian sugar shaker, Goebel jar and ashtray with bluebirds, eight porcelain tulips.
 
POTTERY-STONEWARE

Roseville blue Pinecone 28 3/4” jardiniere and stand and 25” jardiniere and stand, Roseville green Pinecone 24½” jardiniere and stand, Roseville brown Pinecone 20” floor vase, blue and brown Pinecone hanging planters, green Pinecone vase and bowl, blue Pinecone plate, two green 7” Pinecone vases (one chipped), three jardinieres (possibly McCoy) 

MILITARY-FRATERNAL-POLICE-WEAPONS
 
Civil War soldier tintype in guttapercha frame, Smith & Wesson handcuffs in pouch, Spanish-American War soldier photos, WWII Nazi pins, patches and badges, WWII Nazi ID papers, American medals, pins and patches, Israel M-I helmet shell. 

MUSIC DEPT.
    
V. Kohlert Sons (Austria) wood piccolo in case, Aria Pro II electric guitar, Gibson guitar case, Fender, Tech-21 and Behringer V amps, ocarina with song flute, Matrix-6 keyboard (needs work?), Seth Thomas metronome.

AUTOMOTIVE
Ten Porsche medallions, 1960’s Dash plaques, Porsche and other car and advertising items, car club medallions, large group of car titles dating to the 1930’s, set of four hubcaps.
 
METALWARES
   
63 piece set of Jennings Silver Co. sterling flatware (J.S. Co.-1921, purchased by International Silver in 1943), twenty-one sterling 1970-1990 Gorham sterling ornaments with boxes, sterling spoons, sterling top salt shakers, cast iron dresser frames, cast iron bulldog doorstop, Hubley cast iron rabbit doorstop, Egyptian woman incense burner, Art Nouveau matchsafe, set of six sterling Norway picks in presentation box, Pompeiian bronze-clad mountain lion, small lion statue, silverplate flatware including Community set and 1847 Rogers set for twelve, 76 piece Duralite gold-plated set of flatware, brass postage stamp and pen stand, cast iron Harris Trust bank sign. 

MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIBLES
 

Victorian photo albums, rare electric “telephone” cigar lighter, four ruler clocks, plaster figurine of woman, wood rowboat model with oars, mirrored plateau, unusual 1920’s French 9.5mm Pathex film projector, five 1970’s-80’s Anri/Ferrandiz plates, small watchmaker’s crystal cabinet, surveyor’s rule, Minolta and Pentax cameras with tripod, locks and keys, letter openers, two woodpecker mechanical toothpicks, two rocket-shaped Dazey ice choppers, semi-precious rocks, 1941 union pins, misc. pinbacks, small group of pens and mechanical pencils, pocket knives, misc. men’s misc. small items, Deco chrome Hunter Century oscillating fan, sewing machine drawers, Health-O-Meter scale, two plastic “confetti” bowls, No Parking and No Stopping signs, radios, high school and college items, canes and umbrellas. 


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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

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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.