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Cedarburg, WI 53012
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conditions, all purchases made in house must be removed that day or the next day between 10am and
2pm if arranged with auction house. Items not removed are subject to storage and moving fees. After 30
days the item(s) can be re-sold at the descretion of Cedarburg Auction and Estate Sales LLC.
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day between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Central Standard time or we will
assess a $25 charge per item for moving.
Cedarburg Auction & Estate Sales LLC
Great Estates Auction
|Cedarburg Auction has found an attic stash from 1938 that belonged to August
Schupinsky, who was the owner of a hardware store in Milwaukee and owned a property
on Nagawicka Lake for hunting and fishing. Some of the items included in the auction are:
a cast of 17 duck decoys in the style of Charles Walker and others; fishing lures; bamboo
poles; tackle boxes; a 1938 Muncie Neptune outboard motor; Indian trade blanket; reels;
and other hunting and fishing memorabilia.
Also in this auction is a collection of Czech glass fruit basket lamps; a RS Prussia
collection; a huge doll collection of over 30 dolls and accessories; Dresden figurines,
candlesticks, compotes, and plates; large Widdecombe French bedroom suites, and
others; Wisconsin folk art collection to include a carved figurine of a man on a Mississippi
raft, folk art doll house, carved chickens, roosters, and more; Victorian drop front
secretary with dog house interior; Art Deco frieze sofa and oak kitchen set; Oriental plant
or statue tables; pierced carved Oriental screens; lacquered Oriental screens; lacquered
and carved double door Oriental storage cabinet; Imari chargers, bowls, and plates; KPM
plaque and other plaques; Limoges and other hand painted china; Art, to include oil on
board and canvas by Eduard von Grützner, and by other artists; Sterling service by Kirk;
flow blue collection; perfume bottles; costume jewelry; primitives; soft goods; and LOADS
MORE. This is just a partial listing. Please use the link below to view all the items
available in the auction.
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Call 262-238-555 for more information.
Pictures and descriptions available on Invaluable.com