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3633 Drifting Drive, Hellertown, PA

Saturday May 03, 9:00 am
Open at 7:30 am for preview

Wagon - Sleigh - Primitives - Antiques
Tools - Guns - WWII Military Items - Trains
Silver - Roseville - Stangl - Furniture

Corvair - Brush Hog - Saddle

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Additions: Childs pedal car, childs ride-push firetruck, Singer 150 knitter and Singer 150 ribber, corn sheller, matchboxes, hutch and small cubboard. There are may more items not listed.

Sleigh, Buggy & Saddle: (selling around 12:00 noon)
Nice 1800's one horse market sleigh, 1800's one horse Buggy and a Western saddle with lots of hand tooling

Guns, Scopes, Bayonets & Military: (selling around 11:00)
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2 pistols, 5 - 12 gage double barrel shot guns, 1 double barrel shot gun, 3 -22 rifle pump action rifles, Mauser, Winchester and Bern rifles, helmet. 2 bayonets, (one wood sheath, one 3 sided bayonet and USMC chop knife, Army hat, coat, & spats (marked 3/12/43), 2 Kassnar 4x32 power scopes and collection of PA hunting licenses from 1950

Silver, Pottery & Baseball Cards: Approximately 77 silver utensils, 87 piece (service for 12) Golden Blossom Stangl pottery, seven great pieces of Roseville and 60 baseball cards that include Roger Maris and Pete Rose

Bush hog & Corvair: (selling around 11:30) 6" Howse brush hog with three point hitch and a 1962 Corvair (does not run)

Antiques & Primitives: 1 room school house desk, child's chalk desk, old farm sled, cobblers bench, butter churn, quilts, child's rocker, one and two man saws, wine press, smoke house utensils, buggy seat, many wood planes, 3 corn sheller's, old milk cans, timber frame draw knifes, primitive scribe, many pieces of agateware, scales, wash basin, wash boards, old wheelbarrow, advertising tins, old kitchen utensils, pole insulators, depression glass, scoops, red ware, wood buckets, old garage tools, baskets, bottles, wax cardboard cottage cheese containers (pristine), Coke sign, large copper kettle, Christmas balls, child's wagon, adult metal wash tub, crocks, and many, many items not listed here!

Trains: Lionel engines: 1060 engine with tender and Commodore Vanderbilt Jersey Central, 3 metal Pullman passenger cars, L.V. 6076 car, Lionel #6042 car, 3409 car, flat car, plus large selection of horses, soldiers, cowboys and animal figurines, building set, boxes & many other smalls

Glass: (selling at 9:00) pressed & etched glass, old hat pin collection, dresser items, 3 oil lamps, glass lamp covers, large selection of glass items

Furniture: Gramophone with speaker, 3 piece Victorian settee, oak harvest table (5 leg), cherry hutch, table & 5 chairs, corner chair, ornate wall curio cabinet, cabinet with glass doors, steamer trunk, needle point stools, Hall rack, art deco mirror, many old wooden chairs

Household & Collectibles: Stainless steel grill, Koolatron 8 bottle wine refrigerator (new in box), Schwinn bike (3 speed), Budweiser mug collection, 2 Coo Coo Clocks, needle point stools, lamps, battle and tall ship models, brass surveyors transom, meat grinders, milk bottles, wood planes, lanterns and many other assorted items

Tools: (selling after guns around 11:30) Snap On, Craftsman and other ratchets, extensions, sockets sets, deep impact sockets, many metric and standard open & box wrenches, pliers, vice grips, crescent wrenches, wheel pullers, tap & dye, pop rivet guns, plus selection of other specialty items and other assorted tools. Craftsman saber saw and table jig saw and lots of other tools, 2 surveyor transoms

Google Maps

From route 78. Take 412 (Main St. Hellertown), east on Cherry to left on Easton Rd, right on Lower Saucon, left on Wassergass, right on Drifting Drive.

From Quakertown, Reigelsville and Doylestown. Take 212 or 412 into Springtown. From Main Street in Springtown, turn onto Drifting Drive and follow a few miles over the hill. Auction on the right.

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