James & Laurie A. Meiners Jr. Auction

Date: Saturday, February 13, 2016
Time: 9:45am
Location: Lincoln County Fairgrounds, #1 Fairgrounds Circle, Troy, MO 63379
Directions: Take Hwy 61 to Troy, MO, go west on Hwy 47 approx. 2 miles to right on Fairgrounds Rd. and go approx. ½ mile to Fairgrounds on right. NOTE: Sale will be held indoors with heat and seating, come rain, snow or shine.

Auctioneer’s Note: What a collection! James’ collection of historical memorabilia, history of Missouri especially the St. Louis, St. Charles and surrounding counties, is truly one of a kind. A lot of his collection has been on display in St. Louis museums. If you are a serious collector of 1800s history and documents, mark your calendars. This is truly a once in a lifetime auction for our company and it’s amazing the collection that James has put together. Historians you’ll have a field day. See you at the sale David, Dusty & Bill

Order of Auction – A lot of the sale will be sold in catalog form. We will take absentee bids on shipable items to our discretion up until 2/11/2016 at 5:00 p.m.
For more information on a particular item, call James at 314-757-5147 and he will assist you.

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Motel Accommodations:
Super 8                                  Luxury Inn & Suites
28 Turnbull Trail                  107 King Drive
Troy, MO  63379                  Troy, MO 63379
636-528-6888                       636-528-0080

Photos of Catalog items.

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HISTORICAL MAPS – DOCUMENTS AND EPHEMERA

Lots #1 – 22; Lots to be sold in Catalog Form

  • Lot 1. Remember The Maine, 17 ½ in. x 21 in. fabric
  • Lot 2. Grover Cleveland and Allen G. Thurman 17 in.x19 ½ in. fabric
  • Lot 3. Garfield and Arthur handkerchief 17 in. x 21 in. fabric
  • Lot 4. General Ben Harrison, Harper’s Weekly 4/14/1888
  • Lot 5. James Garfield, Christian Weekly 10/1/1881, extremely rare
  • Lot 6. Lincolns Funeral/President Andrew Johnson
  • Lot 6A. Harpers Weekly 5/13/1865, entire magazine Booth’s Capture
  • Lot 7. Missouri Land Grant, Howard County, signed by President John Tyler 5/1/1843. Grant to Benjamin S. Payne
  • Lot 8. William McKinley serving Tray
  • Lot 9. Wells illustrated National Handbook 1856 Franklin Pierce
  • Lot 10. Harpers Pictorial History of the Civil War 1866 & 1894
  • Lot 11. Poulson’s American Daily Advertiser 5/8/1808, rag paper, entire paper with report of 10th Congress under Jefferson
  • Partial List

ST. LOUIS CITY & COUNTY MAPS & HISTORICAL PRINTS

Lots 23 – 41

  • Lot 23. St. Louis Riverfront Print 10/14/1871
  • Lot 24. South St. Louis, Carondelet 1878 Pitzman’s Atlas
  • Lot 25. Allen’s Lafayette Park Addition Soulard 1912
  • Lot 26. St. Louis Riverfront, Eads Bridge from East St. Louis, Harper’s Weekly 7/8/1876
  • Lot 27. St. Louis & Chicago, Rare, 1899
  • Lot 28. Chesterfield & Ballwin, 1878 Pitzman’s Atlas
  • Lot 29. Chesterfield, Town & Country, Des Peres, 1878 Pitzman Atlas
  • Lot 30B. Bellefontaine, Jennings, Pitzman 1909 Atlas
  • Lot 31. Creve Coeur Lake, Bridgeton areas, Pitzman 1878 Atlas
  • Lot 32. St. Louis County 1878 Pitman’s Atlas, St. Ferdinand, Florissant area, this atlas had house sites marked
  • Lot 33. Creve Coeur Lake, Bridgeton areas, St. Louis County atlas 1893, B. E. Johnson Publisher
  • Lot 34. Florissant, Spanish Lake, Black Jack area, 1893 B. E. Johnson
  • Lot 35. City of St. Ferdinand, Florissant, 1893 B. E. Johnson, house locations marked
  • Lot 36. City of St. Ferdinand, Florissant 1879
  • Lot 37. City of St. Ferdinand, Florissant, 1879, 2 modern photo copies
  • Lot 38. St. Louis County, Orrville, 1909 Pitzman Atlas
  • Lot 39. Black Jack, North St. Louis County, 1909 Pitzman’s Atlas, framed
  • Lot 41. View of St. Louis 1872 by Appelton, framed, great color
  • Partial List

MISSOURI MAPS

Lots 42 – 56

  • Lot 42. Railroad Map of Missouri, Edwards Brothers 1876
  • Lot 43. State of Missouri; Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co. 1850
  • Lot 45. Missouri, Climatological Map, Engelmann’s, A. McLean & Co. 1872
  • Lot 46. Missouri, early road map, including Forts Morse & Breese, 1844 Arkansas on back
  • Lot 47. Missouri 1820 Fonderie Et Imprimerie De J. Carez, one of the oldest and rarest maps of Missouri, French, modern 3 copies
  • Lot 48. Emigrant Indians West of Arkansas and Missouri, Bowen & Co. 1836, extremely rare
  • Lot 49. Map of defences of Western Frontier and Indian Tribes by Charles Gratiot, 10/31/1837, extremely rare, Bowen
  • Lot 50. Report of Secretary of War on protection of Western Frontier, 10 pages 10/11/1837
  • Lot 52. Campbell’s Sectional Map of St. Louis, St. Charles, Warren and Lincoln Counties, 1872 McLean & Co.
  • Lot 54. Campbell’s Sectional Map of Crawford, Gasconade, Franklin and Washington Counties, 1872 McLean & Co.
  • Lot 56. Map of Missouri Parks and Roads 1933, giveaway form Chicago 1933 World’s Fair
  • Partial List

ST. CHARLES – ST. CHARLES COUNTY & WEST ALTON MAPS

Lots 57 – 62

  • Lot 59. St. Charles County 9/3/1835, E. T. Langham Surveyor, linen
  • Lot 60. Map of Missouri River between St. Charles and Creve Coeur Lake, by Major Charles R. Suter 1883, on linen
  • Lot 61. Kaskaskia and Commons Survey with Mississippi River, on linen, David C. Robinson, County Surveyor 9/21/1807
  • Partial List

WARRENTON – HIGH HILL – NEW FLORENCE – FRANKLIN COUNTY

Lot 63 – 68

  • Lot 63. Map of City of Warrenton, 1877
  • Lot 63A. Warrenton Newspaper, German, Volksfreund, 8/19/1910
  • Lot 64. Map of High Hill 1918
  • Lot 66. Geological Map of Franklin County, 1855, rare, by B. F. Shumard for Missouri Geological Survey of Missouri
  • Lot 67. City of Labadie/Gray Summit and South Point, 1876
  • Lot 68. Allenton, Eureka, Glencoe area, 1893 Johnson
  • Partial List

MISC MAPS

Lots 69 – 71

19TH CENTURY NEWSPAPERS

Lots 72 – 76

  • Lot 72. Journal of Agriculture and American Stock Breeder, St. Louis 6/17/1886, complete
  • Lot 73. The Golden Era Alton, Ill. and St. Louis 4/28/1855 by Manford and Abbott, complete
  • Lot 74. The St. Louis Republican, St. Louis 6/1/1874, complete
  • Lot 75. St. Louis Daily Evening Bulletin by James Peckham 8/5/1859, great pre Civil War paper, complete, rag paper, not fragile
  • Lot 76. St. Louis Globe Democrat 5/23/1877, great condition, complete, rag paper
  • Partial List

ST. LOUIS HISTORICAL ARTICLES – PRINTS & DOCUMENTS

Lots 77 – 100

  • Lot 77. Merchants Exchange of St. Louis with image of Eads Bridge 1882
  • Lot 78. St. Louis riverfront fire 7/2/1856
  • Lot 79. Frank Leslie mag at beginning of Civil War 1860
  • Lot 80. Illustrated News 2/19/1853, Another St. Louis Levee Fire
  • Lot 81. Frank Leslies’s Illustrated Newspaper 1/12/1861, Indian fight that occurred in 1807 St. Charles, pioneer Steven Cole
  • Lot 83. Missouri store ledger page, 9/16/1820, the month Daniel Boone died
  • Lot 86. Lafayette County Mutual Fire Insurance Company 7/11/1857
  • Lot 88. Frank Leslie’s 6/20/1857 R.R. arrives at St. Louis Levee Steam Boats, complete newspaper from early date
  • Lot 90. New York Illustrated News 6/8/1861 Civil War images and the hanging of Rev. White near St. Charles
  • Lot 98. Civil War mortar boats being built at St. Louis, 1863
  • Lot 100. Letter from Hobbs, recorder to Henry Flad, President, 11/12/1887
  • Partial List

ST. LOUIS HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS – PHOTOS AND BOOKS

Lots 101 – 175

  • Lot 101. Photo of Soulard Market 1919
  • Lot 102. Photo of South St. Louis high School basketball team, 1918-1919
  • Lot 105. Planters House menu & postcard, hotel burned down in 1877, extremely rare
  • Lot 107. Civil War prisoner letter from St. Louis Headquarters 9/30/1863
  • Lot 108. Photo of Charles Lindbergh with Spirit of St. Louis
  • Lot 109. Print of St. Louis from Illinois 1850, great color, copper engraving
  • Lot 110. Print of St. Louis with Indian Mound and Shot Tower, 1856, copper engraving
  • Lot 113. First Annual Report of St. Louis Gas Light Company later to become Laclede Gas 6/5/1877
  • Lot 115. V.P. Fair Invitation 10/16/1914
  • Lot 116. V.P. Fair Invitation/Ticket/Plan of the Coliseum 10/5/1920
  • Lot 117. V.P. Fair Dance Card & Pencil 1914
  • Lot 119. Courthouse and Olive Street, St. Louis postcard, light up, 1906
  • Lot 120. New Washington Hotel, St. Louis Skyscrapers, light up, 1906
  • Lot 121. Oversize Eads Bridge postcard, light up, 1892
  • Lot 124. Picture of Rockne of St. Albans, the prize bull from the famous farm at St. Albans
  • Lot 125. World War II rations books
  • Lot 126. Farm calendars, 5, 1945-1947
  • Lot 129. Shaw’s Garden Stereo Card 1892
  • Lot 132. Anheuser Busch Plant, power plant 1904 card and brew house card 1905
  • Lot 133. Anheuser Busch Bottling Dept 1906, malt house 1904 cards
  • Lot 136. Medal presented to the champion skate dancer of St. Louis 1882
  • Lot 137. German medal 1914, Zum on Benkan Maltese Cross
  • Lot 138. Medal St. Louis World’s Fair souvenir, Cascade Gardens, Fireman’s Assoc.
  • Lot 139. Union Station postcards 1906 & 1909
  • Lot 143. Simmons Hardware, Keen Kutter, 1881 Peters Shoe Co., City Museum 1904
  • Lot 145. Hamilton Brown Shoe Company 1881 & 1898, also in the City Museum Bldg.
  • Lot 146. F. Wouster & Company Lake & Ocean Fish 1888 and Albert Kuehne, Cheese & Butter 1898
  • Lot 147. White Hardware 1898 & J.H. Koppelman & Co. Beds, Bureaus & Wardrobes 1881
  • Lot 148. Simmons Hardware Co., Keen Kutter, 1898 & 1904
  • Lot 149. Dodson & Hills Pickles & Vinegar 1888 & Phillips, Grant & Co. Boots & Shoes 1881
  • Lot 150. Meyer, Schmid Grocer Co. 1890 & L. Bauman & Co. Wholesale Jewelers 1881
  • Lot 152. Dodson-Braun 1898 & Rosenheim, Levis & Co. Ribbon, Silk, Fancy Goods 1881
  • Lot 156. World War II letters from serviceman to Mom & girlfriend 1939-1945, eleven letters includes photo
  • Lot 157. Personally written histories of St. Charles & Warren County on various topics including Daniel Boone and the history of Wright City.
  • Lot 158. Handwritten ledger diary of St. Louis policeman, Christ H. Oberbeck during prohibition, starts 12/2/1920
  • Lot 159. 1820 French map of the State of Missouri. One of the earliest maps before statehood. These 2 maps are copies.
  • Lot 160. Letter written by Col. A. W. Slayback, founder of the Veiled Prophet Ball, Dated 9/28/1880
  • Lot 161. Standard Atlas of Osage County Missouri 1913, includes 38 maps
  • Lot 162. Atlas map book of St. Charles Co. Missouri 1875, complete in poor condition
  • Lot 163. Illustrated historical atlas of Warren Co. 1877, published by Edwards Brothers, poor condition
  • Lot 165. Rand-McNally Universal Atlas of the World 1892
  • Lot 166. National Gazette and Literary Register 1821-1822, awesome bound, includes the account of Missouri being admitted as a state. The paper is high rag content and is not fragile
  • Lot 167. Keith Johnson’s Historical Atlas, 1893
  • Lot 168. Appleton’s Handbook of American Travel, 1st Edition 1867, great condition
  • Lot 169. Hostetters Almanac 1868
  • Lot 170. Letter from Alexander Haig, Haig was a U.S. Army, Four Star General
  • Lot 171. 1917 one dollar bill
  • Lot 173. 1864 United States Internal Revenue License to Wm. Parsons of Missouritown. A short time later the town was renamed Defiance.
  • Lot 174. Writing book of Louis Boeckemier 1893-1904, Warrenton, MO
  • Lot 175. Letter from Winfield, Missouri dated 7/15/1857, Peter Carruthers writes to his father
  • Partial List

INDIAN ARTIFACT & TRADE GOODS

HUGE COLLECTION OF MARBLES & GAMES

AKRO AGATE & MILK GLASS

WORLD’S FAIR ARTIFACTS

LARGE BOTTLE COLLECTION

100s of Early Bottles

MAGAZINE ADVERTISING

Lots 176-188

  • Lot. 176. International Harvester Trucks 1930’s
  • Lot 178. Studebaker truck, Country Gentleman 1949
  • Lot 179. Ford Sport Coupe, Ladies Home Journal 1930
  • Lot 181. Bob Hope Chesterfield Cigarettes June 1949
  • Lot 182. Wrigley’s Gum, McCall’s November 1929
  • Lot 184. Quaker Puffed Wheat, Ladies Home Journal April 1937
  • Lot 186. Lincoln, Pictorial Review October 1925
  • Partial List

ARTWORK – FLORALS & PRINTS

Lots 189-214

  • Lot 189. Five hand painted watercolor florals 1845-1851
  • Lot 190. Print Rosa Indica Vulgaris, P.J. Redonte’
  • Lot 191. Hand painted, The Canterbury Bell 1848
  • Lot 193. Etlaua Japonica Zebra, Vicks Magazine 1870
  • Lot 196. Yellow rose, postcard 1900
  • Lot 197. Karl’s German children’s book, cover & back 1870s
  • Lot 198. Karl’s children’s prints, 4 with German text 1870s
  • Lot 199. Roscoe Misselhorn pen & ink print, House at Appleton, MO
  • Lot 209. Pencil & ink print, Michael G. Gibbin, Sacred Heart Church, Florissant
  • Lot 211. Ink & water color print, Davis Gray, Stone Row, St. Charles, MO
  • Lot 214. Audubon print, Sharp Tailed Grous, R. Havel 1837, real Audubon!
  • Partial List

DAGUERROTYPES – TIN TYPES & PHOTOGRAPHS

Lots 215-243

  • Lot 215. Full plate electrographic portraits, 2, husband & wife, 1890 with original matting
  • Lot 216. Man with beard, F.W. Buente, Warrenton, MO
  • Lot 217. Boy in suit, Willis, Warrenton, MO
  • Lot 218 handsome lad with mustache, Rombaugh, Montgomery City, MO
  • Lot 220. Three kids, R. Goebel, St. Charles, MO
  • Lot 221. Gorman Evangelical Church, Marthasville, Mo 1904 postcard
  • Lot 225. Long family tin types 1870s
  • Lot 227. Tin type 1873, J. Warman
  • Lot 228. Two ambrotypes 1860s
  • Lot 229. Two photos from Viola, MO, taken in 1906, all people identified
  • Lot 237. First photography display in Europe 1/1/1853, London News
  • Lot 239A. reverse of 239, sheep, farm animals in the livestock show, first prize
  • Lot 241. Brady’s Gallery, 1858, Harpers Weekly
  • Lot 243. Political cartoon by Nast, Harpers Weekly 11/29/1873
  • Partial List

DAGUERROTYPES – TIN TYPES & AMBROTYPES

Lots 244-309

  • Lot 244. Reverend Ludovious Weld, father of the Great Abolitionist, Theodore D. Weld, 1840s
  • Lot 245. Daguerreotype by John Fitzgibbon, 1/6 plate, 1850, extremely rare
  • Lot 246. Mahlon Thomas Vance, identified on back, 1850s daguerreotype
  • Lot 247. Daguerreotype of middle aged lady with 1840s hair style
  • Lot 248. Daguerreotype of time worn couple, 1/6 plate
  • Lot 249. Ambrotype of Hezekiah Reeder, Keithsburg, Ill. Mercer County, full case
  • Lot 251. Daguerreotype by J.J. Outle artist, St. Louis photographer 1850, full case, extremely rare
  • Lot 252. Tin type of young lady, 1/9 plate, full case
  • Lot 254. Daguerreotype of G.W. Fink, Lexington, KY, 1850, full case, beautiful image, mint
  • Lot 255. Daguerreotype by Gurney, New York, 1850 young lawyer, Henry French, full case, superior image
  • Lot 256. Tin type with broken glass, very rare, full case with gold gilding, old man, Jenny Lind
  • Lot 264. Two daguerreotypes in full case, serious young couple, well dressed, 1840s, 1/6 plate
  • Lot 266. Daguerreotype of humorless middle aged man, Reed & Humphrey, Quincy, Il on plush, 1854-1857 full case, nice image
  • Lot 267. Daguerreotype of Mrs. Mary Keller, mother of Jake Keller, wife of Peter Keller, 1840s full case
  • Lot 268. Daguerreotype of Missouri Circuit Rider, Rev. S. Barth & Brothers, full case, ¼ plate, super piece of Missouri history
  • Lot 269. Daguerreotype of Ellen Whitcomb by J. H. Currier, 1/6 plate, 1840 in full case
  • Lot 273. Daguerreotype of Henry C. Wood, wearing a patterned vest & cravat, Scovill, platemark
  • Lot 277. Tin type of a man in a large, beaver, top hat, 1/6 plate, ½ case
  • Lot 283. James Inman tin type was in the Brakes Green Co. volunteers in Mexican War in 1847, James is holding a sword, full case
  • Lot 293. Daguerreotype of a smiling William Koash, 1/6 plate, full case, nice image
  • Lot 299. Tin type of Civil War, 1/6 plate, full case unhinged
  • Lot 306 Daguerreotype of E. Hernandez Y De Coca, 1/6 plate, full case, plush & image in stunning condition, note attached to plush 1856
  • Partial List

PHOTOS

Lots 310-320

  • Lot 310. Pevely Dairy photos, glass plate negatives, 1920s
  • Lot 311. Marthasville horse and buggy photo with letter, 9/22/1907
  • Lot 314. World War I photo, St. Louis
  • Lot 316. Two tin types 1880s
  • Lot 320. Jacobsmeier of Niere family, Parker Road, Black Jack, MO 1890s

–          Partial List

MEDALS – AWARDSA- PRESENTATIONS – BADGES – LICENSES

Lots 321-374

  • Lot 321. V.P. Fair Medal, 1885 & reverse side
  • Lot 322. V.P. Fair Reception Medals 1902-1946
  • Lot 324. V.P. Fair candy dish, gift, 1930
  • Lot 325. Lucky nickel, Buffalo, souvenir of St. Louis, Union Station, reverse, 1890s
  • Lot 326. First National Convention of Cattleman, 1884, St. Louis
  • Lot 327. Trade token, E.A. Schmidt Co., 5 cent in trade, 1890s
  • Lot 328. Upper Creve Coeur Lake membership badge, 1895
  • Lot 330. GRR Challenge Cup, Capt. H. Hay, Sept. 1902, sterling
  • Lot 331. National Association of Grocers member badge, 1913
  • Lot 332. St. Louis Centennial Celebration 1909
  • Lot 333. Civil War token, Our Little Monitor 1863
  • Lot 334. Creve Coeur Lake Rowing Association, 7/30/1910
  • Lot 336. St. Louis Exposition Hall 1884 and Music Hall
  • Lot 337. St. Louis Post Office token with eagle
  • Lot 338. Herman, MO, Centennial 1836-1886, German, flip side
  • Lot 340. St. Louis to the Front World War I
  • Lot 344. Meramec Highlands 1886
  • Lot 347. President Frank Pierce, 1852 Campaign for President
  • Lot 349. World War I Forces medal for service, 1917-1919
  • Lot 350. Two Post Dispatch public school medals, 1912
  • Lot 355. Mound City Rifle Club
  • Lot 360. Democratic National Convention, Kansas City 7/4/1900
  • Lot 362. 1926 golf medal by Tiffany, bronze
  • Lot 364. Millers National Federation visitors badge, St. Louis 1907
  • Lot 367. Bricks Christenson marbles
  • Lot 368. Three St. Louis junk peddler wagon or truck licenses
  • Lot 369. Warrenton Automobile license 19922, No. 4
  • Lot 371. Jack Daniels belt buckle, St. Louis Exposition 1904
  • Lot 374. Veiled Prophet gift travel clock and jewelry case, Elgin 1969
  • Partial List

FIREARMS SELL AT 12:00 NOON

  • Reminton 20 ga, pump Wingmaster
  • Savage Stevens, Model 311 double barrel 410
  • Marlin Model 444, lever action .444 Remington Magnum
  • Crossman 760 Pump Master .177 caliber pellet
  • Crossman 66 Power Master .177 caliber pump
  • Daisey Powerling Model 1700 pistol C02 BB with site
  • Model 132 Benjamin Franklin 22 caliber pellet pump pistol
  • Holster for Benjamin pistol
  • Crossman 2100 Classic .177 caliber pellet/BB repeater air rifle, like new, in box
  • Tasco 3x7x20 scope
  • Misc ammo

ALL FFL LAWS APPLY. ALL OUT OF STATE FIREARM BUYERS MUST PRESENT A CURRENT FFL LICENSE. NO EXCEPTIONS

PRIMITIVES FARM TOOLS

  • Axes, adz, farm scales, rock hammers, pipe, wrenches, augers, froes, etc.
  • Primitive shaving block from Teson Farm in North County

ANTIQUES – PRIMITIVES – COLLECTIBLES

  • Red milk paint dry sink with high hooded backsplash, 1830s era, Washington, MO piece
  • 4 signed handmade Windsor chairs by Richard Hood, St. Charles chair maker
  • Blue paint, step back cupboard
  • Domed trunk, 1850s with original painted flowers, nice hardware & lock
  • 1890s oak multi drawer cabinet, post office piece
  • 3 early farm tables
  • Small oak roll top desk, top only
  • Pine mule trunk with dovetailed drawers
  • 8 ft. Swedish Modern table with 2 leaves, Kroehler Furniture, sold 10/9/1958
  • 1860s pine drop leaf table, 6’ with swing legs
  • Tilt top candle stand with scalloped top
  • 1820s French cradle turned into nightstand, handmade piece
  • Pine rope bed, 1830s era
  • Lot Middlekamp style ladder back chairs, handmade, 1800-1850s
  • 1890s 3 wheel, wheelchair
  • 1850s rope bed
  • Red planter
  • Empire 1840s-50s painted chest of drawers
  • Lincoln desk
  • French Canadian rocker, 1820s-30s with original blue milk paint
  • Set of 6 Swedish Modern chairs
  • Immigrant trunk, red paint, dovetail, 1840s era
  • Oak design desk, with adjustable lift top
  • Mule trunk with drawer & nice grain paint
  • Grain bin, original blue paint, 1860s era
  • Store display cabinet, sliding glass and oak doors with slant front, 1880s era
  • Pie display case
  • Quilts
  • Coverlets
  • Historical fabrics
  • Lot antique doorknobs
  • Lot wrought iron hinges
  • Pottery
  • Tins
  • Baskets
  • Primitives
  • Grist mill stone
  • Walking cultivator
  • Walking plows
  • Walking reel mowers
  • Milk can, Frank Mensie, Moscow Mills
  • Edw. W. Haferkamp, Augusta, MO, match holder advertising tin
  • Akro agate 1940s ashtray/smoke stand
  • German child’s dish
  • Paperweights, 1 Red Gum Lumber, Himmelberger-Harrison, Morehouse, MO advertising
  • Sugar bucket
  • Coca Cola tray
  • 1 row planter, walk behind
  • Barrel set of table & chairs
  • Antique doll
  • Cast iron cat door stop
  • Crocks, jugs, stoneware
  • Primitive potty chair
  • Partial List

 

OWNER:
JAMES & LAURIE A. MEINERS JR.

AUCTIONEERS:
DAVID THORNHILL
314-393-7241
TROY, MO

DUSTY THORNHILL
314-393-4726
TROY, MO

BILL UNSELL
573-470-0037
FRANKFORD, MO

Lunch will be served.
All buyers will be photographed.
Terms: Cash or Good Check with Current Photo ID.
Out of State Photo IDs and Out of State Checks must be accompanied with a Bank Letter of Credit, call for details.
We do not accept Cashier Checks.
Items sold with no warranty.
They stand sold AS IS.
Owner & Auction personnel not responsible for accidents day of sale!
Announcements made day of sale take precedence over any advertisement!

 


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