ADUS DORSEY ESTATE AUCTION | LOUISBURG, KS
LIVE ON-SITE AUCTION
Begins: Saturday, January 30th 10:30AM
Louisburg American Legion Hall:
403 S. 9th Street, Louisburg, KS 66053
Note: All COVID-19 and social distancing policies will be followed.
VERY PARTIAL LISTING - WATCH FOR UPDATED PHOTOS & DETAILS! UNPACKING LARGE STORAGE UNIT THAT HAS HELD THIS ESTATE SINCE 2003!
Antique & Vintage Furniture
Primitive pie safe; mid-century glass front bookcase; oak Victrola; several flat-top trunks; parlor table; 1930’s 2-door cedar-lined wardrobe cabinet; 1940’s vanity; several work tables; painted washstand; (2) 1940’s 2-door metal cabinets; etc.
Coins, Jewelry & Related Items
Significant collection of police badges and patches-some local & early; many belt buckles; (2) jail cell keys; pocket knives-some Case; wrist watches; Hamilton “special edition” gold filled tank watch in org. case; Tiffany & Co. 14K cufflinks; gold masonic rings; many gold & gold filled service & fraternity pins; gold chains & bracelets; sterling silver jewelry; bolo ties; Shaeffer fountain pen set in org. box; silver dollars; assorted coins-some silver; standing liberty quarters; Indian head pennies; WW2 era purple heart medal in org. case; pinbacks; & much more!
Hubley “Army 45” cap pistol in org. box; Gene Autry cap gun; Daisy no. 195 “Buzz Barton Special” BB rifle; Willow Tree figurines; large Longaberger Baskets cane holder; nice collection of canes-some very unusual; 1940’s camp blanket; “Weigh Master” sign with Firestone Tires cast iron base; 1930’s guitar; early Lincoln Logs in org. box; RR oiler; battery opp. tin litho Santa Claus toy; WW2 Army desk phone; cast iron string holder; cast iron well pulley; license plates & holders; Big Beam no. 211 lantern; Texas National AA Auto Ass’n double sided porcelain sign; rare advertising crock jug; copper double boiler; 10+ Canada Dry wooden crates; lot early cigar boxes; early books-children’s; much paper ephemera & old photos; postcards; many masonic collectibles; military items-WW2 era; lots vintage clothing-some work related; trucker hats; Emerson bakelite radio; 1960’s Minolta spy camera in org. case; Wyandotte pressed steel toys-1940’s; vinyl records; & much more!
Diamond-plate truck tool box; assorted tools; box lots; household goods; & much more!
Auctioneer’s Note: Mr. Adus “Ragin’ Cajun” Dorsey was a man of many talents and served in many areas as referenced by his unique collections. This estate has been in storage since 2003 and there are many unopened boxes - come see what we uncover! Make plans now to attend.
ADUS DORSEY ESTATE