COLLECTIBLES: Wiedrich Family Liquidation Auction - Integrity Auctioneers

COLLECTIBLES: Wiedrich Family Liquidation Auction

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Preview: Friday, October 20 4PM-6PM

Wiedrich Family Liquidation Auction

This auction features a massive collection of antiques, collectibles, and much more! Sellers: Gar, Janelle, and Delphine Wiedrich 

Saturday, October 21, 2023. 9AM - This will be held simultaneously with the Dakota Flea Market at the State Fair Center in the 4H Room. 2005 Burdick Express East, Minot, ND 58701. Come find some deals at both the auction and the flea market. 

There will be no buyers premium for this auction, however a 4% fee will be added to all purchases using a credit card. Payment due on the date of sale.  Preview will be Friday October 20, from 4PM-6PM. See poster in documents section and feel free to print it and spread around your local area or share this auction on your social media. 

For information call Ben Stiegelmeier at 605-850-1330 or Justin Seifert at 701-833-4450. Terms: Everything sells as is where is. All sales are final. All guarantees to condition are between buyers and seller. Statements made auction day take precedence over marketing. Not responsible for accidents. See full terms in Terms and conditions section. 

Items will include: 


Ø  Many pieces of depression glass

Ø  Apple Watt Pottery Ware

Ø  Redwing Pottery including: 40 gal crock – w/chip. 30 gal crock, 25 gal & 20 gal. Bowl and Pitcher.

Ø  Crocks, crock jugs and jars, some salt glaze

Ø  Fireking cups

Ø  Many LP Records & 8-tracks: Elvis, Rock, Country-Western

Ø  Snow shoe

Ø  JD popcorn dishes

Ø  Electric Baseball Game

Ø  Milk bottle tops

Ø  Hand Crank Singer Sewing Machine

Ø  Pottery: Hall, Rosemeade, Roseville

Ø  Depression Glass

Ø  Porcelain doll

Ø  Vintage meat slicer

Ø  Trunks

Ø  Brand New Rolls of State Quarters

Ø  End of the Trail bookends

Ø  Vintage Safe – with combination.

Ø  Approx 70 Sad Irons – Some Rare!

Ø  Many advertising pieces: Dunseith, Napoleon, Rolla, Cavalier, Maida

Ø  Butterchurn Jars

Ø  Bull Durham Smoking tobacco

Ø  Pyrex advertising picher

Ø  Boye Needle Cabinet

Ø  Edison Tube Records

Ø  Accordion

Ø  Record Player

Ø  Butter mold

Ø  Telephones

Ø  Wood Crates

Ø  Spinning wheel

Ø  Modern Tone depression glass dishes

Ø  Clocks & Radios

Ø  Table-top cream separator

Ø  Spurs

Ø  Butter churns. Incl: Bent Wood Butter Churn

Ø  Vintage battery radio

Ø  Vacuum washing machine

Ø  Pyrex glass kitchen dishes/bowls

Ø  Silverplate flatware

Ø  Gas irons

Ø  Wood cash drawer

Ø  Hubcaps

Ø  Ice skates

Ø  Cigarette Machine

Ø  Military Recruiters Scale

Ø  DeLeval cream separator box

Ø  Wooden skis

Ø  Metal egg crate

Ø  Antique chicken crate

Ø  Cast iron pot

Ø  Two antique metal wagons

Ø  Antique runner sled

Ø  Numerous cream cans

Ø  Lounsberry, ND and Rolette Co. History books

Ø  John Deere toy tractors

Garden/Yard tools

Ø  Large saw & hand tools

Ø  Wooden doors and wheels

Ø  Water skis

Ø  Antique one way plow

Ø  Barrel Cart

Ø  Garden Cultivator

Ø  Household items and furniture –beds, couches, chairs, kitchen table, etc.

Ø  New Pressure canner

Ø  Post Drill & Post Vice

Ø  Little red wagon

Ø  Bicycle

Ø  Baseball Gloves

Ø  Forge Tools

Vintage/Antique Furniture

Ø  Dresser w/mirror

Ø  Roll top desk

Ø  Chess lamp with purple glass

Ø  Pump organ

Ø  Hoosier cabinet

Ø  Antique leather sofa

Ø  Ice cream parlor chairs

Ø  Flip-top desk

Ø  Library table

Ø  Wooden Columns

Ø  Rocking High Chair

Ø  Cane Rocking Chair

Ø  Wooden Barber Chair

Ø  Fainting Couch




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