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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27th

    
                
 
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
                                

 
1870’s Scandinavian immigrant trunk with “Oskar Carlsen, Henrik Hansen, Wis, Nort Amerika” painted on the top, splayed sides and large dovetails (restored interior has small watercolor of ship with, what appears to be, a Norwegian flag), two Singer Featherweight sewing machines, Portland Special wood wagon with wood spoke wheels and wood brake, oak table-top display case,
1882 3-drawer oak card file with paneled sides.

FURNITURE
 
Arts & Crafts, signed Limbert, quarter-sawn oak rocker, 48” round tavern table with side pockets and iron base, ornate scroll-cut etagere, bent wire piano stool, oak plant stand with claw-feet, oak plant stand with twisted pedestal, Herman Miller/Eames ottoman (missing two buttons), 1920’s carved, inlaid table with tray, mid-c. cedar chest, bench with winged ladies on iron legs, walnut magazine/end table, twist pedestal ashtray stand, Victorian platform rocker (needs carpet seat), pair of pressed-back chairs, three rush-seat tall stools, sewing cabinets, metal lawn chair, tall metal stool, primitive ice chest on legs, contemporary painted garden bench, newer marble-top low table.
 
CLOCKS, LIGHTING & FURNISHINGS
           
Gone-with-the-Wind oil lamp (electrified), ornate wrought iron floor lamp, Victorian iron Ansonia mantel clock, mantel clock with columns (illegible paper tag), ornate scroll-cut clock, Seth Thomas Westminster camel-back clock, German cathedral-shaped desk clock, three ship-motif clocks, cuckoo clock (missing roof trim), 6’x9’ and 4’x6’ Oriental-style rugs, small Deco skyscraper-design table lamp, brass fireplace screen, Victorian oil lamp, child’s finger oil lamp, wall cabinet, brass floor lamp, two large contemporary brass chandeliers, 1960’s hall fixture with prisms, two contemporary stained glass table lamps,
antique slag glass table lamp shade.

ADVERTISING
                  
Beer signs (some new old stock) including Budweiser, Old Style clock, Hamm’s (cracks in plastic), Pabst clock, Miller, Busch Light fiber-optic, Erlanger, Pabst fire cart and horses, four Miller Lite Super Bowl mirrors, etc., dime store shopping basket display with two baskets, Butter-Nut bread signs, thermometers, Falk factory aluminum exterior sign, small model Evinrude motor on stand, Evinrude advertising, Tryco Hooks store display, contemporary Miller beer and Milwaukee Road dioramas, eighteen Pfister Hotel menus, Schlitz beer trays, Schlitz “Floating Hands” clock, unused Schlitz blankets and towels, Schlitz premiums (pens, key chains & misc.), sponsored 33rpm record albums, circus posters and newspaper ads, Stroh’s beer golf putter, cardboard watermelon sign, Mobiloil outboard motor oil can, Singer sewing machine premium fan, Spectro-Matic Tinting display, Falstaff and Blatz glasses, tins, three catalogs (1946 Firestone, 1954 jewelry and 1953 Wards), automotive brochures and manuals, new old stock small auto parts in original boxes, Coleman coolers, bottle openers, Miller and Guiness neon signs for repair or parts, Slim Jim ashtrays (unused), beer tapper, etc.

SPORTS
       
Autographed photo of Sherwood Brewer “Star of Negro League ‘Clowns’” with two small baseball books, fishing tackle and reels, 1964, 1965, 1968 and other Green Bay Packer Yearbooks, pair of snowshoes, two fencing foils, set of Bocce balls, child’s skis, bows, two canoe paddles.

PRIMITIVES - KITCHENWARE
    
Primitive pine tool box with splayed sides, primitive wood storage bin, five gallon decorated jug, ten gallon A.W. Eddy & Co. (Macombe, IL) crock, six gallon Red Wing crock, two gallon Monmouth crock, five gallon Western crock, 1876 Enterprise sausage stuffer, two wagon wheels, unusual folding ladder, bench, windmill (no base), six-drawer spice box, traveler’s writing desk, two milk cans, small string of horse bells, candle mold, turkey, sheep and Santa chocolate molds, miniature jug with incised mark of house, unusual iron crank wheel, five hatchets, lap coffee grinder, miniature iron store coffee grinder, galvanized laundry boiler, tubs and pails, three woodworker’s planes, wood stool with finger holes, small scale in wood box, corker, insulators, large splint basket, five iron frying pans including Griswold, 1930’s table-top flood light, Lambrecht’s 12-cent butter crock (hairline), two blow torches, grey granite funnel and small measures, toleware funnels, shades for lanterns, groups of kitchenware.
 
CHILDREN’S COLLECTIBLES
GIRLS: 
      
27” #147 bisque head Kestner doll, 9” Grace Putnam Bye-Lo bisque head baby doll, 9” Nippon bisque head character doll, bisque, jointed Nancy Ann Storybook dolls, 1920’s molded cloth-face bed doll, two Dutch molded cloth-face peasant dolls (probably made in France), 11˝” composition Rose O’Neill Kewpie, Ponytail and Bubble-cut Barbies, flocked hair Ken doll, R&B composition doll, three miniature bisque dolls (Germany and Japan), miniature doll settee, doll chair and rocker, doll wicker buggy, 3-speed girl’s Schwinn Breeze bike, three doll or child-size dressers, paper dolls, contemporary character dolls, two small bisque doll heads. 
BOYS: 
 
Approximately 100 lead soldiers sold in groups (some marked Manoil), cannons, rubber tanks, two tents, some vehicles.
   
Japan tin litho and plastic battery-op President Jet with box, unbuilt Renwal The Visible V8 Engine in box, Smith Miller Army truck, Structo Towing Service truck, Structo dump truck, two G.I. Joe dolls, G.I. Joe Avenger Pursuit plastic vehicle, G.I. Joe Jeep and trailer with light, Wolverine tin litho crane, 1964 Mattel Agent Zero spy camera/toy gun, AHM HO trains, Marx windup tractor, Dinky military trucks, Marx tin litho buildings (circus, ranch and Training Center) with plastic figures, two steam engines, plastic Tonka hook ‘n ladder, misc. plastic figures. 
MISC. CHILDREN’S:  

Tin litho “General Grocery” with products (probably 1930 Wolverine), cardboard alphabet and town scene blocks, Built-Rite cardboard village, Hopalong Cassidy lunch box and thermos (rough condition), pair of Official Soap Box Derby wheels, roller skates in box, two spelling games, board games including G-Men, sleds, Mother Goose target board, three metal wagons, tin litho banks, tin litho Converse drum with clowns, M. F. Woods Skookum, four no-feet PEZ, tin litho banks. 

HOLIDAY COLLECTIBLES
         
6’ aluminum tree with color wheel, many Japan-era cotton, felt and composition-face Santas, German paper mache Santa candy containers, spun cotton Santa on skis, hard plastic Santas, many paper mache Santas including bank and wall Santa face, Santas with sleighs, 18” and 13” Santas with molded fabric faces, battery-op and Japan windup Santas in boxes, paper mache Santa boots, figural ornaments (birds, Santas, music-theme, clown and child heads, fish, etc.), three large mercury glass kugels, two wax angel ornaments, three tin litho Christmas lunch-boxes (two missing handles), Port Washington advertising Christmas pail, beaded and tinsel ornaments and garland, tree toppers, many Japan cardboard houses, many brush trees-some with decorations and musical, table top Christmas trees (two musical), cotton fruit and icicle, celluloid Santas and reindeer, feather tree-size ornaments, loads of Shiny Brite ornaments, paper mache rabbits (two candy containers), chenille Santa package tie-ons and ornaments, tin reflectors, candle clips, scary Halloween candy container, costumes and wall decorations, Christmas lights, Japanese lantern-style large bulbs, lamb and Santa molds, Santa dolls, musical church, cotton Easter chicks.

PAPER MEMORABILIA
      
Postcard album and loose postcards including Christmas and Santas, 10-25-cent comics including superhero and cartoons, 1870 German stencil portfolio, diecut albums, Victorian advertising paper dolls, many loose Victorian trade cards, diecuts and calling cards, over 800 Hollywood black and white movie and cartoon stills, Victorian German Christmas book with 1874 religious book, miniature leather-bound dictionary, men’s “Gentry” magazines, 1893 cook book, Bay View blue prints for Butler addition, German Elegie book, 1915 and 1917 Mark Twain books, 1954 Milwaukee plat book, children’s books including “Little Black Sambo,” Shirley Temple, the Dionne Quintuplets, etc., railroad brochures, family photos, maps, Esquire and Flair magazines, pinup calendars, “Al Capone” movie posters. 

ART
 
19th c. detailed French miniature painting on ivory of figures in courtly dress, unsigned still life oil painting, Ed Walaitis watercolor of church (listed Chicago artist), 19th c. oil painting of castle, small, unframed 19th c. oil painting of dog and horse, small oil painting of puppies in basket, abstract watercolor of circus (no visible signature), two small antique Currier and Ives prints of sulky horse racing (“Occident” and “Lady Thorn”), “The Fallowfield” hunting print, pair of English town-theme prints with stage coaches, two reproduction Remington prints, oval wedding portrait, unframed large family portraits, silhouettes, 1920’s frame with convex glass, Deco frames. 

COINS
 
1992 one ounce $50 American Gold Eagle coin, 1983 1/10 ounce gold Chinese coin with panda.
NOTE: Unless you are known to us, COINS MUST BE PAID FOR IN CASH. 

JEWELRY
      
Edwardian platinum bow-motif pin with diamonds, platinum Deco bar pin with sapphires and diamonds, rare 14k white gold reversible 1920’s filigree ring-one side has aquamarines and a diamond, other side is cameo with diamond necklace, 14k ruby and diamond ring, 10k tiger eye cameo knight ring, 10k Masonic ring with red stone, 10k P&H 40 year pin, small gold pieces, goddess cameo in .900 silver setting, sterling bangles, sterling and garnet rings, other sterling jewelry, 1920’s Egyptian-theme pendant, other Victorian/1920’s jewelry, rhinestones including sets and signed, keywind coin silver pocketwatch, 1920’s 15-jewel Elgin pocketwatch, wristwatches. 

TEXTILES-CLOTHING-WOMEN’S ACCESSORIES
          
1920’s black beaded silk chiffon dress with beaded pink roses, 1920’s silk chiffon floral evening dress, Victorian velvet and taffeta two-piece outfit, embroidered robe, 1952 wedding gown, man’s vintage winter jacket, applique quilt, patchwork quilts, yellow Hudson Bay blanket with four trader stripes, set of three “tweed” suitcases, set of two Luce suitcases, 1950’s ties, tooled leather purses (including reversible), small Iroquois trading post beaded bag, children’s shoes, two umbrellas-one with concealed walking stick), lace, days-of-the-week towels, printed linen, embroidery, train conductor hat band,
groups of buttons (Victorian, Deco, bakelite, miniature, etc. ).

ASIAN
 
Cloisonne vase and box, enameled pieces. 

RELIGIOUS
 
Three 1990’s Greek Byzantine icon copies in .950 silver overlay frames (Madonna and Child, Crucifix and Cross), large 1880’s Bible (rough binding with great illustrations), religious prints, plaster Madonna and Child relief, cross pendants including small garnet, medals, books including “Book of the Dead.”

GLASS
     
Venetian vaseline vase with enameling, Cambridge vaseline figural frog, pressed glass vaseline bowl, Fenton cranberry opalescent, hobnail fairy lamp, Baccarat mustard pot with spoon, Waterford crystal Santa, four Tiffin vases, nest of four primary color Pyrex bowls, Jewish-motif Carnival bowl and other Carnival, pink Cherry Blossom Depression glass berry bowl set, other Depression glass, Mason jars, red glass, green and clear glass goblets, pair of vases with enameling, three paperweights, perfumes and vanity items, five glass canisters with red knobs. 

CHINAWARES
 
Hummel Apple Tree Boy lamp (Stylized Bee), 5 1/4” Full Bee Hummel #176/o “Happy Birthday,” blue and white porcelain jardiniere, 79 pieces of Royal Worcester china, 90 pieces of Spode china, 12 pieces of Royal Crown Derby china, 12 pieces of Royal Doulton china, two blue transfer plates, two small Stangl birds, four small German figurines of children, Wedgwood basalt milk pitcher, French and German china, salt and pepper shakers, 12” bisque Victorian boy, two miniature bisque Kewpies, Victorian milk pitcher, chocolate pot, scuttle.

POTTERY-STONEWARE
       
Four pieces of Teco pottery (chip on bottom of one piece, very tiny edge flake on another), Roseville Snowberry teapot, creamer and sugar, Norweta vase with Abingdon vase, Shawnee Puss ‘n Boots cat creamer, three Ceramic Arts figurines, Hull duck and vase, Hall casserole, Kenwood casserole with sun dial lid.

MILITARY-FRATERNAL-POLICE-WEAPONS
 
1920’s police photos including education, riding motorcycles (two are posed in front of Harley-Davidson stores), accidents, etc., 1910 City of Milwaukee police manual, two police hats (no badges), police on motorcycle tintype, U.S. military medals and pins, large collection of U.S. patches, Hitler stamps and Nazi coins, U.S. helmets and hats, binoculars, Army compass, WWII photo album with souvenir pillowcases and tin, military uniform buttons, WWI book, Masonic aprons, Milwaukee Mayor Carl Zeidler Masonic photo and book, Milwaukee Rendezvous hat, WWII Navy photos and paper, WWII Army shirts, military equipment in duffle bag, local car dealer’s souvenir books featuring Hitler’s car, Masonic, fraternal and work pins, several knives.

MUSIC DEPT.
       
       

Three violins (two German Stradivarius copies and Pfretschner), Suzuki acoustic guitar (no strings), Ibanez electric guitar, wood H. Zalzer clarinet, Victorian zither in wood case, early 20th c. 78rpm Yiddish records, many 33rpm albums and 45rpm records, phonograph, transistor radio, Seth Thomas metronome.

METALWARES
 
Sterling weighted candleabra, miniature Mexican sterling tea set, sterling handled toothbrushes and dresser pieces, small sterling pieces including nine pieces of flatware, salt and pepper, bell, napkin ring, etc., sets of silverplate flatware, dresser jars with sterling lids, fruit knife set in box with mother-of-pearl handles, brass eagle on alabaster stand.

MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIBLES
                 
West German wind-up singing birds in cage (over-wound),1920’s Parker Bros. Mah Jong set, 1904 walnut machinist (?) jewelry (?) box, 5”x7” oak 2-drawer card file cabinet, 35mm Bell & Howell Film 70 movie camera in original case, plaster Black Americana hot pad holders, two wedding cake toppers, rocks and fossils, light up exit sign, 45 MPH highway sign, 2-sided telephone sign, Contains Lead porcelain gas pump sign, railroad crossing sign, No Hunting or Trespassing sign, small Eskimo electric fan, large Roto-Beam electric fan, concrete bird bath with nude women, small bird bath with boy and dolphin, folk art shell bowl and box, metal kitchen canister set with waste paper basket, ambrotypes, tintypes, German metal pirate nutcracker, hardware, folding Bicyclist cup with shaving and vanity items, political signs and buttons, radios, bicycle reflectors, cameras, thermostat clocks, zipper-cut mirrored plateau, French-style phone, fifteen banks-some advertising. 


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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.