Betty Jane Andreas Auction

Location: 5400 Newton Street, Mission, KS

69 Highway (Metcalf Avenue) to W 52nd Street, West on W 52nd Street to Newton Street, South to Address.

11 a.m. Sunday August 1st, 2021
Contents of Mission, KS home to include lifetime collections of antiques & collectibles, primitives, yard art, tools, home decor, household goods, & much more!
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2005 Mercury Grand Marquis sedan, one owner, approx. 125,xxx miles, loaded. Offered at 1:30PM

Antique, Vintage & Modern Furniture

Upholstered loveseat & matching ottoman; bookshelves; early 1900’s quarter-sawn oak buffet w/ cut-down legs; early 1900’s quarter-sawn oak drop-front secretary/china cabinet; late 1800’s “Empire” burl mahogany washstand w/ marble top; iron floor lamp; 1940’s child’s school desk/chair; assorted oak child’s chairs & rockers; early 1900’s oak framed tall mirror; early 1900’s oak 3-drawer chest; oak twin bed; mid-century teak bookcase; 1940’s dark mahogany half-moon table; early 1900’s flat-top trunk; newer pie safe; Victorian Eastlake walnut parlor table (as-is); Victorian Eastlake walnut parlor chair w/ rush seat; assorted early odd chairs; La-Z-Boy recliner; (2) early 1900’s oak knee-hole desks; metal filing cabinets; Singer sewing machine in cabinet-1940’s; primitive painted kitchen work cabinet; (2) early oak church pew end-caps; etc.


Framed wall art; early framed etching; Sunbeam “Westminster Quartz” mantle clock; pitcher & bowl; hand-painted china-some German; nice early sugar firkin; art glass bird paperweights; brass knick-knacks; Tiffany & Co. blue star porcelain trinket box; commemorative medallion paperweights; pocket watch & chain; glass oil lamps; several Roseville pottery planters; dollhouse miniatures & furniture; wooden printer’s drawers; ironstone; stoneware pitchers; old soda bottles; several pieces art glass; Homer Laughlin “Georgian Eggshell” china set; glass galileo thermometers; pink depression glass cake pedestal; milk glass; cobalt glass; unusual fluted glass epergne-maybe Fenton?; Firestone “De Luxe Ice Skates” in org. box; Carrom game board in org. box; Louis Marx Johnny West figures & accessories; rare & early Hobart commercial coffee percolator-1930’s; small collection farm toys-mainly IH; Tonka bulldozers; Louis Marx wind-up “Flipo the Jumping Dog” toy; mid-century table lamps; dollies & fancywork; several typewriters; gilt framed wall mirrors; few early “trencher” wooden bowls-nice; mid-century Vornado window fan; early accordion; large glass wine bottles; sizable quilt collection-some hand-stitched; afghans; rag rugs; nice “Texas Tanning” hand-tooled leather Western saddle; pair fancy carved brass spurs-early; assorted horse tack; sizable Hall’s “Jewel Tea” collection; studio pottery; sizable stoneware crock & jug collection-salt glazed, 3 gal. Indian, 8 gal. Red Wing, 6 gal. Red Wing, 2 gal. Red Wing, blue banded, crock bowls, etc.; cowbells; lanterns; Bandai Japanese tin Cadillac toy car; Montgomery Ward & Co. wringer washer-nice; granite & speckle ware; early European wicker cradle; horse collars; Marco Sun wood burning cast-iron stove; enamel & metal ware; “cowboy” coffee pitchers; unusual Western Auto “Revelation” lantern; several brass grain scales-Fairbanks; Nebraska Farmer tin sign; nice collection license plates-some early; surveying chain-link; unusual cast-iron bootjack; tractor seat; blacksmithing tools-early; small well pump; bear traps; early carpenter’s tools; cast-iron scale; early door hardware; large ice tongs; oilers; washboards; White Rotary sewing machine; match safes; Hanson “Dairy Scale;” Kriss-Kross razor stropper in org. box; wheat butter pat; advertising tins & cans; meat grinders; sad irons; cast-iron skillets & dutch ovens; kraut cutter; cheese boxes; sifters; bee smoker; wire egg gathering baskets; railroad nail kegs; early baskets; 2-man saw; unusual Shapleigh cast-iron waffle iron; cast-iron cornbread mold; lots old tools; lard press; sickles; potato forks; mid-century Vornado table fan; wire milk crates; Scotch cooler; wooden sleds; 1940’s window-mount car air conditioner; early books; & much more!

Yard Art & Outdoors

(2) cast-iron clawfoot tubs (used as planters); selection of architectural salvage native stone from small church in Nebraska; enamel wood burning cook stove; (2) cast-iron tea kettles; cast-iron well pump; birdbaths; pots & planters; milk can; concrete statuary; huge primitive wooden ladder; early plow; rare concrete Budweiser clydesdale horse statue; unusual gear-box planter; metal windmill w/ mailbox mounted; cast-iron school bell; wheelbarrows; garden carts; hoses; (2) painted porch posts; railroad dolly-early; 1940’s bronzed chandelier; DeLaval cream separator-missing parts; cast-iron Singer treadle sewing machine base; large cast-iron kettle-no holes or cracks; cast metal sundial; rare cast-iron horse hitching post; & much more!

Tools & Household

Elder care equipment-some NIB; large lot glass canning jars & supplies; quilting & crafting supplies; kitchen goods; Tupperware; Corningware; Sharp stereo system; small Dynex flat panel TV; lots electronics; DVD & VHS players; VHS tapes; stereo equipment; maple kitchen cart; puzzles; board games; TY Beanie Babies; luggage-some vintage; (2) nice Sun Cloud heaters in oak cabinets; assorted hand & yard tools; electric battery charger; hardware; several media cabinets; Bose “Wave” radio; metal utility shelving; Maytag refrigerator; roll-around shop air compressor w/ hoses; Storehouse roll-around tool chest w/ keys; selection lumber-some rough cut; weed eaters; early bumper jack; scrap motors; folding camping cots; lot water jugs; Craftsman 10” compound mitre saw on stand-nice; several working window A/C units; Porter Cable air nailer in case; household goods; & much more!

Estate of Betty Jane Andreas | Michael and Steven Andreas, Executors

Make plans now to attend this very nice estate auction with an excellent selection of primitives and antiques! Everything has been kept in immaculate condition. Concessions Served!

Betty Jane Andreas Auction

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