Saturday & Sunday September 23 & 24 Auction




10:00 A.M. BOTH DAYS


Auction will be held at the farm located at 10329 SW 89th street Auburn, Kansas 2.5 miles West of Auburn on 89th street. Auburn is located Southwest of Topeka, Kansas.  From interstate 70 take exit 353 Auburn Road go South 15 miles to Auburn then West on 89th street 2.5 miles.




Saturday we will be selling the small primitives and collectables. Goat wagon; There are many wooden boxes; sugar boxes; spice cabinets; cheese boxes; hanging lamps; kerosene lamps; mini lamps; sugar buckets; comb cases;  many tins; many kitchen primitives; fruit jars; butter molds; many baskets; chicken feeders; many farm items; large collection of granite ware; large assortment pictures; Buster Brown box; traps; egg baskets; cheese boxes; many scales; spice racks; wall drying rack; Christmas & other holiday decorations; many good pieces paper; toys; bears; Hummel plates & figurines; blue plates; books some first editions; many stamps & first day issues; assortment brass; assortment copper; silver plated pieces; dress form;  many boxes that has been packed for years.  There will be some glass but most is wooden, primitive, toys, unique items. There will be a large collection of primitives;



Jim Hale 10’ wooden carved Indian (one of a kind); single seat buggy

Sunday we will be selling the furniture, many pieces with original paint; pine green cupboard; wainscot cupboard; tall tin sided pie cupboard; painted base cabinet; pine 2 door cabinet; pine chimney cabinet; meat block from one first Dillions grocery store in Topeka; 6’ pine table; wooden Coca Cola chest; curved glass china; oak flat glass secretary; oak flat glass 2 door china;  fancy kitchen cupboard w/etched glass; oak commode; oak highboy; 20’s china cabinet; 20’s chest & dresser;  maple kitchen cabinet; possum belly cabinet; walnut bed; walnut cradle; Lincoln rocker; spinning wheel;  chests; rockers; round oak table; drop leaf tables; trunks; magazine racks; wooden benches; cast iron bed w/brass knobs; wood burning kitchen stove; small wood burning stove w/enamel doors; copper washing machine;  several quilts appliqued patriotic w/American eagle in center, Sunbonnet Sue, many quilts and tops from 1800’s;  large collection crocks (3 gal Ice Water, Hansen’s Laboratory, yellow ware cake holder; blue & gray sponge ware; wall salts; many others); churn collection (crock, glass & wooden); stair rail;  doors; old lumber; tin ridge row; iron wheels; iron & metal items; 2 large cast iron kettles; Peerless wooden corn sheller; separator; tin seats; wash tubs; shutters; ox yoke; forge; Maytag engine; cast iron seats;  large collection of other items.   


Note: Lunch will be served by Oz Highlander concessions;

This is a collection of three generations of family heirlooms, primitives and great finds.  Marjorie was a long time collector of antiques and early period items.  She lived in her family home built in 1856 and loved to decorate with antiques of that era.  The auction will be held at her family farm.  Many items have been stored for years. This is a large quality primitive auction. Plan on coming if you like pine furniture and old primitives. Saturday will probably be a 5 to 6 hour auction,  Sunday will run long also.  Check our web site for pictures at




Auction Conducted By

Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC


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