The Estate of the late Mr. & Mrs. Harry Raby
Norvell, MI 49263
Sat., Oct. 15, 2011 @ 10 a.m.
Location
7366 Sweezy Lake Road, Norvell, MI 49263 Get Map...

Directions
From Grass Lake, Michigan, take E. Michigan ave. east of town to Norvell Road then go South which will take you to the village of Norvell. The auction location is on the east side of the village.
About the Auction

COLLECTOR VEHICLES - FARM/CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT: 1929 Ford Model A Roadster with rumble seat and travel trunk, new BF Goodrich Silvertown tires, left and right sidemount spares, excellent condition and was displayed at the Greenfield Village; 1988 Jaguar XJS, convertible top V-12 engine, low miles in excellent condition; (Model A and Jaguar are subject to reserve); 1988 Formula Fiero, V6, T-tops, 5-speed, factory original rear spoiler, excellent condition;  Case 780 backhoe on maintenance program, rebuilt motor and replaced valve bodies/ cylinders; early 70‘s Ford 5550 diesel backhoe; Mack diesel, tandem axle, 10/12 yard box, clean w/recent paint, decent tires, Mack engine; 1998 Haulmark Drive thru 4-place enclosed snowmobile trailer; some auto parts; few license plates; McCormick-Deering 22-36 tractor; single axle trailer; John Deere 430 riding lawn mower with Diesel engine; GE 4 cyl. trailer style arc welder; Cub Cadet 122 lawn tractor with blade, mower deck, and new set of blades; John Deere 2-row corn planter complete; also assorted plates; International manure spreader;  Righter 2-cylinder airplane engine with 24" propeller; Mills 2-cylinder compressor; John Deere 45EB combine with JD234 2-row corn head; McCurdy grain wagon with excellent running gear; Ford 8N tractor; Old forge on wheels with tools and 50 gallon barrel of coal; 1 3/4H.P. hit & miss engine 

ANTIQUES:  Victorian Eastlake bedroom suite complete with bed, marble top dresser and marble top commode with splash back; Victorian eastlake dresser; Walnut commode with towel bars; Heywood Wakefield Gateleg drop leaf dining table with server, 6 chairs and leaves; Pr. maple corner cabinets; bentwood rocker; table top coffee mill; Waterfall cedar chest; Trunks; The Victor Safe & Lock Co. cast iron floor safe 14”W x 30”T; Round Oak Parlor Stove; TeleFunken high-fi floor model stereo with turntable; Victor VV100 upright record player; W.L. Armstrong flute; Bundy Clarinet; Philco & Spartan table top radios; E. H. Scott Model RBO-2 Navy Dept. Bureau of Ships radio; Elmer & Amend Scales; platform scales; Keystone movie graph; Planet Jr. planter; Early two seat horse drawn buggy; Fireside Franklin Windsor cast iron stove; some antique glassware including Fostoria, Carnival glass, Rose bowls, Brides basket, cruets, cups/saucers, lead crystal, S&P shakers, vase/planters, etc.; Stoneware water pitcher with Swan depiction; 3 & 4 gallon blue mark crocks; early Williams, Davis, Brooks Druggists stoneware jug

STERLING:  Gorham Sterling flatware in Melrose pattern service for 8 with pie server and ladle; few individual pcs. of Towle sterling

FRANKLIN MINT: Many sterling pieces including:  1971 to 1975 Republic of Panama (2000 grains of sterling each); (10) Eyewitness medals in sterling; (4) Ten Dollar Independence Day Coin 750 grains Sterling; (4) Ten Dollar Jamaica 650 grain Sterling Coins; (4) Bahama Islands Two Dollar Sterling Proofs; Coinage of Belize Sterling Silver proof; The Apollo 15 mini-coin in 10mm Platinum; Republic of Panama 8.16gram gold coin; 73 & 74 Trinidad & Tobago proof sets; 71 to 76 Commonwealth of Bahamas proof set; 1973 Barbados Proof set; 1970 Great Britain & Northern Ireland proof set; 1973 Cook Islands Elizabeth II Coronation Silver coin; (3) British Virgin Islands Proof sets;  (2) Coinage of Panama proof sets; Cased “Greatest Masterpieces of the World” medal set;

POCKET WATCHES/CLOCKS: Oberreich & Arnold, HC, 14K, 17J, with Fob; Hampden, HC, 14K;   Elgin, HC, 14K; Open Face watches from Elgin, Waltham, Hampden, & American Watch Co.; a Waltham and Illinois in Hunting cases; wrist watches; Seth Thomas School House wall clock; Session T&S mantle clock; Ansonia T&S mantle clock; (2) Seth Thomas Shelf clocks with Westminster chime; oil Gone w/Wind table lamp; Singer treadle sewing machine; misc.

GUNS:  Winchester M1 .30 carbine; L. Parker SxS Belgium made 12ga.; Daisy Model 36 Buzz Barton Special bb gun;  Fort Knox gun safe; some hunting clothing; bullets/ammo; Ice fishing spears; WWII Navy Uniform; (2) USN knives; BOAT MOTORS:  Mercury Kiekhaefer Model 20 & 25E outboard motors; Johnson Sea Horse 16 S-45 outboard motor; Mercury Mark 55 Thunderbolt outboard motor with tank and controls; BOAT:  Homemade B class racing Hydro boat; (2) sets of snowshoes

TOYS:  Flitecraft O.S. Max model airplane; Cox Sea Bee Ski-Boat in box; American Flyer 474 & 475 “rocket engine” train set with passenger cars; American Flyer 312AC engine and tender with cars; American Flyer train track set with transformer; few Tootsie toys; Model cars; box games; Marx Super Service center; few military and farm toys; Childs croquet set, golf clubs, etc.; children’s books; child’s pull wagon; child’s gas powered go cart

GENERAL HOME FURNISHINGS/BOOKS:  bedroom sets; living room furniture; Maple kitchen hutch; Wurlitzer elec. organ; Casio elec. keyboard; Ping Pong Table; linens/bedding/etc.; lots of stereo equipment; record albums; lots of books, mostly non-fiction to include Lois Lamour, Iacocca, Zane Grey, many hard cover books on firearms, Chemistry, Engineering, Nursing, Medicine and Health books also; National Geographics; Jackson Co. Atlases from 1874 and 1911

TOOLS:   Craftsman band saw; Delta planer/table saw combo; Delta Jig Saw; Clausing drill press w/steel bench mount; mechanics tool box; Makita 12v Cordless drill; Porter Cable rotary hammer in case; Cambell Hausfeld mini-air compressor; Greenfield tap & die set; Delta floor model drill press; lots of small small hand tools; nuts/bolts; ,etc.; Mall Model 6 2 man chain saw; jacks; chain; misc. scrap iron; pitcher pump; Yale Model SS chain hoist; few mechanics tools; Garrett ADS metal dec; outside pond equipment;

ORDER OF SALE:  There will be two auction rings running simultaneously starting promptly at 10 a.m.  Ring #1 will start with watches, silver, antique, household, etc. - Ring #2 will sell guns followed by tools and then vehicles at 12 noon.

Terms

Cash/Check/Visa/ MasterCard & Discover.  A 3% buyers premium will be charged at this auction; however, a 3% cash discount will be offered to those paying with cash or check.  Statements made day of sale take precedence over printed matter.  Food and restrooms on site. Remember to bring your packing boxes!! 

Sales Manager
Kevin Belcher

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