ESTATE AUCTION Sunday, March 25 10:00 am Preview Saturday, March 24 10:00am-2:00pm In case of severe storm check website or call. Montgomery Auction Barn 303 Montgomery Ave SE Hwy 21 South side of Montgomery MN 56069 Red Wing crocks (3, 4, 5, &10 gal); RW 10gal Birch leaf crock; Febus Dairy 1948 Worthington crock cream pitcher; 3 lg old Grain Belt posters; Kolacky Days buttons (1937, ’41, ’48, ’49, ’55, ’56, ’61, ’65, ’66, and more); early 1900’s postcards; 1880 letter on Minneapolis and Saint Louis Railway stationary from the Mongtomery Station; several ornate, large hat pins & hatpin holders; Mar-Rol Electric Roller Curler in orig box; sterling charms; “The Pinolator” 1937 personal vaporizer in orig box; Tom the Piper’s Son teapot; Weller, Hull, Rosemead, Stangl, Carnival, & Depression glass; lg apple paperweight; old Christmas ornaments & decorations; First National Bank of Virginia tin perpetual calendar; bullet pencils; small Turbine Twin Sales pail; lg brass pail; old cameras & radios; Decca record cleaner; Benson & Hedges wooden table top clock; “The Original George Washington Hatchet” in box; old metal advertising car mirror from Windom National Bank; Red Ryder Daisy BB gun; Poll Parrot children’s shoes advertising; Wyatt Earp child’s dinner set; tin Mickey’s Paint Box; small 1979 Korea Gymnastic Association banner w/pins; 1994 US Olympic pins; vintage clothing; boxes of linens, embroidered & crocheted items; quilts; dress form; enamelware; lots of old kitchen utensils including red & green handles; cookie cutters; copper & aluminum molds; Griswold Patty Molds in box; sets of Pyrex bowls; old food jars; cooking items; old irons & small appliances; boxes of CI trivets; Looney Toons, Rescuers, & Camp Snoopy glasses; metal lunch boxes (He Man, Yogi Bear, Osmonds, Dukes of Hazzard, How the West Was Won, Evel Knievel, Rescuers, Waltons, Peanuts, Holly Hobbie, Annie); CI muffin pan; paper holder w/roll of paper from Landkamer’s; globes; Wilton cake pans including R-2 D-2 & Wonder Woman; “Big Jim” Sports Camper; Tonka Sanitary Service truck; doll size dresser & ice cream table set; wicker doll buggy; Wolverine tin toy stove; Marilyn Monroe doll; Little Rascals Clubhouse bingo set; toy china tea sets; Midge Wedding Party set in box; old Barbie & Midge dolls in boxes; Francie Teenage vinyl doll in box; Li’l Playmates Airport play set; lg wooden doll house; Bump’N Benny Clown; trolls; Mama’s Having a Baby doll; Dorothy Hamil doll; Cabbage Patch dolls & horse; Rug Rats & Simpson dolls; boxes of dolls from the ‘60’s & ‘70’s; rubber squeeze toys; Mickey Mouse Spin-A-Round game; wooden toys; Velveeta semi; (2) X-Men toys from 2000; hunting knives; 2 boxes of traps; old shotgun shells; pocket & filet knives; 5 wood duck decoys; brass valves for 55 gal oil drums; Protect-O-Matic reflector w/pkg; 1980’s Snap-On calendars; metal road signs; piano bench; chest of tackle box w/tackle; drawers; oak end table; touch lamps; vintage lamps; signed & numbered wildlife prints; wall mirrors; 8 Coke & 2 Pepsi lg metal price display signs; Mustang grill on barn wood;
Toy tractors & toy cars 40 toy 1:16 tractors in boxes; airplane banks; 50 Ertl & collectible banks; 100 NASCARs; NASCAR signs; dragsters & funny cars; NASCAR & muscle model car kits; Garage Carry Case w/1:64 cars; “new” Atari games; over 200 1:64 Hot Wheels cars & 1:18 toy motorcycles; 1:64 farm toys; sports cards;
Old Gold & Silver Coins to be sold at 2:00: Binder with 399 Lincoln pennies starting w/1909 to 2017; Wells Fargo Hoard of 1908 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle $20 gold coin, no motto, MS65; 1927 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle $20 gold coin, MS63; 1882 Liberty Head Eagle $10 gold coin; 1913 Indian Head Eagle $10 gold coin; 1903-S Liberty Head Half Eagle $5 gold coin, Xfine; 1928 Indian Head Quarter Eagle $2 ½ gold coin; 2017 American Buffalo $50 .9999 fine (24-karat) gold 1 ounce coin, MS70, First Day of Issue, uncirculated; several Morgan silver dollars including 1891CC, 1893CC, 1895-S, 1884-S, 1888-S, 1883-S, 1880, 1880-O, 1882, 1882-O, 1883-O, 1885, 1889, 1921, 1921-S; 1858 Flying Eagle penny;1857 Flying Eagle one cent; plus more.
Cora Nygaard Estate of Mankato Auctioneers Note: Cora collected for over 50 years. Most items have been boxed and stored since the day she bought them. Our next auction with Cora’s items will be April 15th. Contact Travis or Dan to consign your antiques, primitives, crocks, old toys, coins, tools, etc. for our future antique auctions.
Turek's Auction Service Travis Turek 952.290.3984 Dan Turek 507.364.8005 or 612.756.0704 Larry Valek
Terms: Cash or check with/driver’s license (sorry, no credit or debit cards). No Buyer’s Premium Charged. We are required to charge Minnesota state sales tax. Picture ID required for bidding number. Buyer is responsible for items after purchase. All items must be paid for immediately following auction and before removing items. Announcements made day of auction take precedence over printed material. Not responsible for accidents. All items sold “AS IS” and all sales are final – no exceptions.