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Category: ALL (85 records) December 18 Thursday Antiques & Collectibles - Watertown 6 pm central

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3246 T_3246.JPGHall vintage teapot 4 2268 3.55   ended
3247 T_3247.JPG1930s original Jockey Underwear framed ad. 3' tall 4 1186 17.00   ended
3249 T_3249.JPGAntique cast iron bathtub 3 1313 4.00   ended
3250 T_3250.JPGBeautiful vintage rose colored vase 1 1108 1.00   ended
3251 T_3251.JPGNeed graphics on this vintage bowl 1 1108 1.00   ended
3252 T_3252.JPG1:18 large John Deere diecast tractor 6 1313 14.00   ended
3253 T_3253.JPGCast iron Harters shell reloader 2 1419 9.00   ended
3254 T_3254.JPGMilitary shoulder harness 3 2318 5.23   ended
3255 T_3255.JPGAugust 8th 1969 Life magazines. 2 2478 2.00   ended
3256 T_3256.JPGThree Life magazines. Dates on these are March 24, 1972; January 14 1972 and June 20 1969 1 2338 1.00   ended
3257 T_3257.JPG1978 Elvis issue of Photoplay 1 2478 1.00   ended
3258 T_3258.JPG"The Vietnam Experience: Combat Photographer" 4 1592 4.00   ended
3259 T_3259.JPGLot of 11 1943D Steel pennies. 3 2478 5.00   ended
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T_3260.JPGVintage music scores 1 1108 1.00   ended
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T_3261.JPGVintage piano music 1 1108 1.00   ended
3262 T_3262.JPGI do believe this is the drive up window from Big Sioux Biscuits. How neat is that 1 2310 1.00   ended
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T_3263.JPGVintage tool box. 2 2346 2.00   ended
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T_3264.JPGLarge vintage cabbage shredder 1 2030 3.75   ended
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T_3265A.JPGWe have quite the collection of miniature glassware right now. These are all in great condition and still in the original boxes. This is "The Jennifer #14" 2 1108 2.00   ended
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T_326.JPG"The Jennifer miniatures #2. All these lots are made by Mosser Glass out of Cambridge, OH. 2 1108 2.00   ended
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T_3267.JPG"The Jennifer miniatures #1". Owner took great care of all these pieces 2 1108 2.00   ended
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T_3268.JPG"The Jennifer #11". Some of these sets sell for 32.99 on Ebay. 2 1108 2.00   ended
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T_3269.JPG"The Jennifer #13". These really need to be seen to be appreciated. 5 1108 6.00   ended
3270 T_3270.JPGAntique Ford kerosene headlamp. 5 2478 15.00   ended
3271 T_3271.JPGantique looking wall framed wall hanging 3 2037 3.00   ended
3272 T_3272.JPGKerosene lantern. 2 2037 2.00   ended
3273 T_3273.JPGAmerican Family scale. 2 1419 5.00   ended
3274 T_3274.JPGBrass wall hanging with hardware and two candle holders. 1 1108 1.00   ended
3275 T_3275.JPGFolk art wood tractor and trailer set 2 1236 2.00   ended
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T_3276.JPGJohn Deere Pacestetter Vodka bottle 6 1186 12.00   ended
3277 T_3277.JPGVintage Ford wrench       ended
3278 T_3278.JPGFord metal emblems 4 2299 6.00   ended
3279 T_3279.JPGLarge vintage cotter pin       ended
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T_3280.JPGWow wish the Pickers were here. This is a vintage Puch Moped. Don't know the year, but this bike can be pedaled or use the motor. Don't know if it runs. Restoration project. Come and look at it before you bid. Johann Puch first produced bicycles in 1889 in a small workshop called "Fahrradfabrikation Strauchergasse 18 a" in Graz. Ten years later he founded his company, "Erste Steierm√§rkische Fahrradfabrik AG" (en: "First Styrian Bicycle Factory AG"). Puch's company became successful through innovation and quality handicraft, rapidly expanding over time. It soon began producing motorcycles and mopeds. The main production plant, later called Einser-Werk, was constructed in the south of Graz, in the district of Puntigam. Production of engines was started in 1901 and cars followed in 1904. In 1906 the production of the two-cylinder Puch Voiturette began and in 1909 a Puch car broke the world high-speed record with 130,4 km/h. In 1910, Puch is known to have produced sedans for members of the imperial family. In 1912, the 38 PS (horsepower) Type VIII "Alpenwagen" was developed. In 1912 Johann Puch went into retirement and became the company's honorary president. In that year the company employed about 1,100 workers and produced 16,000 bicycles and over 300 motorcycles and cars annually. During World War I, Puch became an important vehicle supplier to the Austro-Hungarian Army. However with the collapse of the empire following the War, the market for automobiles shrank and production was discontinued.       ended
3281 T_3281.JPGRoss Perot button 1 2189 1.00   ended
3282 T_3282.JPGRe-Elect Hoover button 1 2189 1.00   ended
3283 T_3283.JPGFoss for Governor button 1 2189 1.00   ended
3284 T_3284.JPGRobert Mitchum button 1 2189 1.00   ended
3285 T_3285.JPGAnti-Saloon league of America button 1 2189 1.00   ended
3286 T_3286.JPGLot of Ducks Unlimited buttons 2 1124 2.00   ended
3287 T_3287.JPG2009 Lincoln Bicentennial Early Childhood First day of issue MS 65 RD Penny certified by PCCS 3 1419 3.50   ended
3288 T_3288.JPG1974s Lincoln Penny Pr70 Full strike INB Certified 4 2478 4.00   ended
3290 T_3290.JPGOld Japanese 10 yen bills 3 1124 4.00   ended
3291 T_3291.JPG1840 The Bank of United States $1,000 bill 7 2207 15.00   ended
3292 T_3292.JPG1914 German bill 3 2478 3.00   ended
3293 T_3293.JPG1941 Military payment note 3 2478 3.00   ended
3294 T_3294.JPG5 Cent military payment bill 3 2478 3.00   ended
3295 T_3295.JPGOld Japanese 0ne yen military payment bill 2 2137 2.00   ended
3296 T_3296.JPGJapanese 10 centavo bill 1 2478 1.00   ended
3297 T_3297.JPGOld Japanese bills 2 2207 2.00   ended

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