CLICK HERE for Wednesday, September 28th, 2022 Auction

                                                                            Inspection begins at 4 PM, Auction begins at 5 PM

Wednesday, September 28th, 2022

Coins: 

Standing Liberty Half Dollar: 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1939d, 1940, 1942, 1942d, 1943, 1944d, 1945, 1945d, 1947, 1947d

Franklin Half Dollar: 1956, 1962

Barber Quarter: 1897, 1899O

Washington Quarter: 1934d, 1935s, 1936s, 1939, 1944d, 1944s, 1945, 1945d

Liberty V-Nickels 1900 thru 1912

Buffalo Nickels: 1923, 1926, 1929, 1930, 1936, 1937

1833 Three Cent Piece

1865 Two Cent Piece

1849 Large Cent

Indian Cents: 1882, 1890, 1891, 1895, 1896, 1898, 1899, 1903, 1906

General Merchandise:

Fishing rods and reels, tackle and tackle boxes, mec reloaders and reloading accessories, ammo, duck calls, decoys, jig poles, and beaver dam tip-ups, Cleman lanterns, long bows, paddles, vintage sled, wood advertising boxes, beer/liquor mirrors and signs, kraut cutter, wood pulleys, cast grates, vintage boat steering wheel, spinning wheel, stoneware crocks, jugs and jars, washtubs, vintage hunting licenses, gun parts, 22 pump ranger rifle, old keys, tube radio, wood folk art air plane, carpenter planes, deer antlers, football cards and Packer collectibles, fiesta ware, pyrex dishes, pocket watch, seltzer bottles, Tokheim gas pump float, Gromme, Kopelpin and other, game prints, portable ice fishing shanty, beds, weed eaters, hall tree stand, desk, drop leaf table and chairs, gun cabinet, pump organ, chairs, dome top trunk, harvest style table, drum table, hunting clothes, wood post office/business cabinet, 2-Flambeau outboard motors, display cases, parlor table, vintage radio cabinets, shelving, slant top desk, dresser w/ teardrop pulls, oil/kerosene cans, wood propeller, firemans axe, egg crates, toys, household, collectibles and much, much more…still setting up!!  

  • All sales are final.
  • All items are sold in “as is” condition.  Always inspect merchandise before you bid on it.
  • Once the item is sold, the buyer is responsible for that item.
  • All merchandise must be paid for on the day of the sale.
  • Wisconsin residents with a valid Driver’s License may pay by personal or business check.
  • Items must be removed on the day of the sale unless other arrangements are made with the auctioneer.
  • Announcements on sale date take precedence over any and all other printed matter or prior announcements.

Steve Liebe – Wisconsin Registered Auctioneer License #871