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PROTZMAN ANTIQUE AUCTION - DAY 4
SATURDAY APRIL 14th, 9:30 AM
1104 EAST 5th Street (Legion Hall)
Preview Friday April 13th, 5 to 7 pm.
PLEASE NOTE: Welcome to day 4 of the Bill and Cheryle Protzman collection. As with the previous 3 days, this auction has many top quality items. Selling times are approximate.
SPECIAL #1: Sells at 11 am. MINERS FRUIT NECTAR 5 CENTS dispenser, circa 1890’s. A rare item.
SPECIAL #2: Sells at 11:05 am. STANDARD OIL GOLD CROWN PUMP GLOBE, excellent condition
SPECIAL #3: Sells at 11:10 am. PERIN & GAFF 20” cast iron dinner bell
SPECIAL #4: Sells at 11:15 am. Curved glass china cabinet w/claw feet and double curve door.
SPECIAL #5: Sells at 11:20 am. SCHWINN FLYING STAR girls bicycle, good paint, all original.
SPECIAL #6: Sells at 11:25 am. WALLACE STERLING FLATWARE SET for 12. 78 pieces in the Sir Christopher pattern.
CARNIVAL GLASS: Starts selling at 10 am. Amethyst ‘Dreibus Parfait Sweets’ advertising piece, single handle grip; M. Octagon wine bottle w/6 glasses; M. opalescent 11” bowl w/beaded hearts outer; Purple Northwood Acorn Burrs berry bowl and 4 dishes; Northwood 9” purple bowl; Purple Peacock On The Fence 9” plate; Amethyst Fenton Grape and Cable 9” plate; M. 9 ½” Three Fruits plate; Light green, maybe Ice Green 9 ½” Peacock On The Fence plate; Blue Stag and Holly 10 ¾” bowl; M. 9” Luster Rose plate. OTHER GLASS: green, blue and pink depression cracker jars; blue Mayfair bowl; green measure cups; 9” pink Patrician bowl; pink Adam covered bowl; pink Royal Lace 10 ½” bowl and 13” platter; American Fostoria plates and platters; blue opalescent leaf compote; Nucut heart shape nappy; clear baskets; blue opalescent toothpick; amber rim compote w/hand painted panels; cut glass pieces; opalescent goofus basket; gold flashed berry set; gold flashed covered butter; thousand eyes cruet; Nucut jelly compote; Candlewick oval serving dish; Fostoria blue hobnail fam vase; Royal Ruby water set; 2 pink cut glass perfume bottles; glass Easter egg; Dep salt and pepper sets; black glass; covered butter w/yellow panels and matching spooner; Custard toothpick-Gettysburg; Custard creamer-Albany, Mo; green Intaglio creamer; gold enameled on green glass console set; Fenton pieces; Fostoria amber tumbler set; fern leaf basket; Spatter glass 6” vase.
ALADDIN LAMPS: Start selling at 10 am. Pink moonstone Vertique; Yellow Vertique; 2 blue Lincoln Drape and Tassel; Red Lincoln Drape and Tassel; 2 red Beehive; 2 green Washington Drape; alacite bracket lamp w/bracket; 501-9 shade; other Aladdin style shades.
RAILROAD LANTERNS: Burlington Route clear globe #248428; Burlington Rt clear globe; Belt Ry #1218-clear globe; signal lamp w/amber globe.
POTTERY, STONEWARE AND CHINA: Old Sleepy eye 5 ½” pitcher-extra clean; Roseville Carnelian console bowl; Roseville 382-12” Waterlily basket; Fort Hayes Kansas State College lady form vase; Hummel incised crown mark toby creamer; #11 blue band crock bowl; ½, 1, 2 & 3 gal. beehive jugs; Western wide mouth jug; McCormick and Platte Valley whiskey jugs; 2 blackbird pie birds; German 11” bowl yellow roses; 2 Elk game plates; Lusterware plate-The Gleaners; Bennington soap dish and bowl; blue band crock spittoon; RRP & Cospittoon; yellow ware bowls; Hall’s pinched spout pitcher; Shawnee dog salt & pepper; 100 pieces Franciscan Apple Ware; Frankoma cowboy boot bud vases and elephant cups; cottage and ginger bread man cookie jars; German hair receiver and matching powder jar; German mother and father cups; Noritake pieces; sponge ware pieces; Royal Bayreuth creamer; 1933 world’s fair salt & pepper; Austria 15” white platter; Bavaria 11” pierced rim bowl Nippon spoon holder; Victorian salt, pepper and mustard jar set; 3 German pin cushion dolls; child’s tea set.
RED MARK R S PRUSSIA: pierced handle 7” relish; 7 ½” Waterlily bowl; 9 ½” bowl; 9 ¾” bowl-roses; 9 ½” bowl Iris; 6” pitcher; 10 ½” pierced handle plate-mums.
PRIMITIVES: Stromberg Carlson dbl. box oak wall phones; cast iron implement seats to include Champion, Stoddard, McCormick, and unmarked #7; 30 lb scale wt; lard/fruit press; harness hook; rivet tools; iron well pulleys; Eclipse iron pot stand; wall phone cranks; Home Comfort stove rack; sq. nails; H K Porter pruner; iron ice tongs; brass wall hat rack w/wire shelf; steel yard scales; old wringer; horse bits; cast iron skillets; brown case RCA radio; Miller Falls 3” vise; draw knives; 30 iron trivets-many with advertising; Prune box; planter plates; The Hamilton nut cracker; 12 feet of cast iron railing; hide scales; ICEPI ice cream sandwich dipper; spring scales; kitchen utensils; iron groove plane; oak box Kellogg answer phone; #906 hog oiler; McDonald, Red Jacket and W L Davey kitchen well pumps; red globe Blitz lantern; hand potato planter; 1 man saw; cast iron Burlington RR shovel; # 14 brass kettle; broad ax; Buckey post drill; box of celluloid harness rings; 4, 6 and 12 count tin candle molds; wick snippers; Stanley #45 plane; hand crank front carry broadcast seeder; gas station wire oil bottle carrier w/8 bottles; 6 iron weather vane arrows; gas ceiling and table lights; battery jar; Federal 12 ga shell box; gas irons; Bramwell’s multiple flour sifter; rolling pins; fluting irons; lap coffee grinder; New Era rope machine.
OTHER ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: 3” bisque Kewpie w/umbrella; Framed prints; oval framed dresser mirror; postal and egg scales; F & F Plastic Aunt Jemima and Uncle Mose shakers and syrups; Ceramic black memorabilia salt and pepper sets; tin bucket pump; oak framed display case 14” tall by 15” wide; Coca Cola gold bottle tin thermometer; German chalk rabbit; plastic duck friction toy; sterling items; 5 ½” bisque jointed doll #510/8; celluloid kewpie; Victorian hand mirror; Odd Fellows harness rosette; counter bell; white metal art nouveau pin box; salt ware Shirley Temple dancing figure; Andrew Co Oil thermometer; Treflan thermometer; Robbins Lightning weather van-Roadster auto; Victorian era silver plate flatware pieces.
THE CHILDREN OF BILL AND CHERYLE PROTZMAN, OWNERS
ARRANGED BY KERMIT GOSLEE AUCTIONS, MARYVILLE, MISSOURI
Auctioneers Kermit Goslee 660 582-0776, Steve Espey 660 541-0989, Liz Espey 660 254-1769
Clerks Rhonda Goslee, Deloris Shipley, Danielle Durand
Terms: Cash, checks taken with positive ID, Lunch, Statements sale day take precedence.
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