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Cedarburg Auction & Estate Sales LLC
Huge, Something For Everyone
Antique & Collectible Auction
Cedarburg Auction presents the immense and varied collection of Alice McCormick of
Grafton, Wisconsin. This huge collection covers many categories. This is one of those
auctions where there is so much stuff, there’s something for everyone. Come to an
auction where you can get quality merchandise at reasonable prices. By the way, box lots
are back, and they have great stuff in them! Come early and be prepared to stay late.
There are great items right up to the end. Here’s a partial listing of what you’ll find in this
auction, and we mean partial!

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Call 262-238-555 for more information.


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Date:           Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Time:          6:00 p.m. (Preview begins at Noon)
Location:    Circle B Recreation Center--6261 Hwy. 60, Cedarburg WI


Date:        Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Time:        6:00 p.m. (Preview begins at Noon)
Location:        Circle B Recreation Center--6261 Hwy. 60, Cedarburg WI


Cedarburg Auction presents the immense and varied collection of Alice McCormick of Grafton, Wisconsin. This huge
collection covers many categories. This is one of those auctions where there is so much stuff, there’s something for
everyone. Come to an auction where you can get quality merchandise at reasonable prices. By the way, box lots are
back, and they have great stuff in them! Come early and be prepared to stay late. There are great items right up to the
end. Here’s a partial listing of what you’ll find in this auction, and we mean partial!

Clocks: Outstanding 82” tall Victorian carved floor standing jeweler’s regulator (whose sister regulator clock is at
Armbruster Jewelers in Cedarburg, WI); A. D. Mougin French solid bronze elaborately decorated 37” tall wall clock; a
figural oversized French bronze mantel clock with Sevres porcelain inlays; a German Art Deco grandfather clock;
Gustav Becker mahogany dome top pillared front mantel clock with beveled glass door; marble mantel clocks, and
more. Pocket watches: Howard 14K gold pocket watch in the original case with advertisement; 1926 Howard rolled
gold pocket watch in its original case, running; Waltham rolled gold pocket watch; Elgin pocket watches; other Victorian
and nickel silver pocket watches by various makers.

Jewelry: 14K gold Howard Pabst Brewery presentation watch; ladies yellow gold and diamond and ruby wristwatch; 1/4
ct diamond wedding set; 10K gold Victorian brooch with colored stones; Southwest sterling Indian jewelry and other
sterling jewelry, and an absolutely huge amount of costume jewelry lots.

Victorian Furniture (including oak and mahogany): Matthews Brothers profusely carved bed with matching marble top
drop well dresser; a Meeks carved rosewood gentleman’s arm chair; museum quality carved bench entitled “The
Storybook Bench” this bench has outstanding carvings depicting Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, North Wind face,
carved by Thomas Ford out of Green Bay, Wisconsin. It is truly a work of art in wood – must see pictures. Oak curved
glass china cabinet w/claw feet and griffin head and mirrored back; oak griffin carved secretary side-by-side w/beveled
glass door and mirrored back; Kittinger feudal oak carved bedroom suite consisting of elaborately twin carved beds in
a Tudor style, highboy dresser, nightstand. Feudal oak sofas & arm chairs; English barley twist carved high-back arm
chairs; Mission oak round dining table; Mission Morris chair with caned sides; 3 Mission oak library tables; oak open
face bookcase with drawer base; mahogany tea table; mahogany game table; mahogany china cabinet; mahogany
poster bed; oak commode w/towel bar; walnut hanky box dresser w/carved pulls; oak double-door kitchen cupboard;
preserving cupboard; walnut marble top Victorian parlor table; chamfered panel double-door wardrobe w/drawer base;
oval mahogany entry table; walnut marble top commode; mahogany sofa table; waterfall mahogany cedar chest; and
other cedar chests; elaborate Victorian floral pierced carved plant stand or pedestal; French wing chairs; mahogany
end tables; single drawer wash stands; 1930’s mahogany mirrored dresser; mahogany sewing stands; mahogany
smoking stand; mahogany half table.

MCM Furniture & 1950’s Furniture: Paul McCobb 97” long sofa in cream tweed; Paul McCobb style maple and brass
and glass corner table; unusual designer 4 brass column with oversized metallic gold grass cloth shade; Marion Eaton
prints; large abstract silkscreen; huge amethyst glass floor vase; a 1950’s two-tone 3-piece sectional, Broyhill Brasilia
liquor cabinet cart w/tile top; 3 bedroom suites; MCM sofa in blue tweed fabric;

Contemporary Furniture: oversized 4 door Century mahogany breakfront 81-1/2” tall x 89” long ; Baker sofa;
contemporary Bombe claw foot 4-drawer chest; like new Century rolled arm camel back sofa and matching wing chair.

Special: 40 silver dollars, 4 in a lot, to include rare dates; an immense collection of early and other arrowheads,
spearheads, pigeon points, hatchets, flint strikers, and more; Art: Large oil on canvas Clemens Freitag of deer in a
mountain scene; Albert Schmidt portrait of a judge; signed Owen Gromme prints; and more. Pocket watches & watch
parts; cut crystal; terracotta statute, terracotta wall vases; canister sets and loads of single canisters w/covers; toys,
dolls. Large amount of crocks & jugs; vintage clothing; quilts; soft goods; huge wicker set w/accessories; several large
trunks; cast iron garden bench; 3 tier cast iron geranium stand; iron planters; park bench; maple spindled baby cradle;
folk art 3 drawer chest w/parquet top and spindled base; fancy oak armed rocker; oak mirrored wall-hung hat rack; oak
child’s roll top desk; immense selection of antique silverplate to include tea services, double-handled serving platters,
serving bowls, candlesticks, relish dishes, bread plates, brides baskets, compotes, center bowls and more; Dresden
figural oil lamp, jewelers scale; kit guns & rifles; pocket knives; and loads and loads more.

Late 18th Century Furniture: Tall mahogany butler’s chest with pull-out desk section with fitted interior, double door
lattice glass panels, on turned feet, Philadelphia. Round banded inlay mahogany pencil gatelegged dining table with
single large drop leaf. Carved French arm chair with needle- and petti point upholstery.

Early 1900s Office Furniture: Immense oak 5 section stacking file bookcase; oak 4 section stacking bookcase with
desk section; oak rare small size beveled glass 2 section stacking bookcase; mahogany tall 4 section stacking file with
double section sliding bookcase top; mahogany 2 section stacking bookcase; set of 4 walnut armed office chairs; set of
5 armed and spindled office chairs; floor standing oak chamfered four section filing cabinet.

Country Furniture and Accessories: Pine step-back cupboard with arch top double doors and spice drawers; floor
standing spice cupboard; cherry and blue paint oversized single drawer pencil leg kitchen table; Wagner iron cookware;
tool trunks; steamer trunks; graniteware, Redwing and other crocks to include 20 gallon, 15 Redwing, 10 Redwing; jugs
to include 5 gallon Redwing jugs, 4 gallon, 3 gallon, and other crocks and jugs; country scale, tin advertising sign for
Kohler Insurance; early glass candlesticks; kitchen collectibles; wall mount coffee grinders; wooden wheels; buggy
bench; oil lamps and more.

Huge, Something For Everyone
Antique & Collectible Auction