Directions: I-35 to Chouteau Trafficway, North on Chouteau Trafficway to NE 46th Street, East on NE 46th Street to NE 46th Terrace, North on NE 46th Terrace to Address. Watch for Signs!
Antique, Vintage & Modern Furniture
Mahogany glass-top coffee & end table set; nice, tall dark mahogany lighted curio cabinet; velvet wingback chair; several large rugs; oak dining room set-lighted china cabinet, table & (6) chairs; pair mahogany “Queen Anne” style end tables; very nice Italian leather loveseat recliner-designer; leather club armchair-nice; very nice “Keller” mahogany bedroom suite set-chest on chest, chest of drawers, nightstand, end-of-the-bed bench, spindle queen-sized bed frame; ornate 1930’s half-moon radio table-very nice; oak knee-hole, roll-top desk; nice mahogany executive desk; ornate cherry nightstand; handmade oak hope chest; large oak rocker; child’s rockers; nice camel-back upholstered sofa; dark maple “Ethan Allen” china hutch; newer “Ashley” chest of drawers; Victorian “Eastlake” walnut parlor table; mattress & boxspring sets; assorted end & side tables; assorted odd chairs; etc.
Gold, sterling & vintage costume jewelry; scrap gold jewelry; carnival glass; Northwood carnival glass ruffled bowl; Iris & Herringbone carnival glass creamer & sugar set; Fenton glass; several pieces Amberina glass; L.E. Smith iridescent glass wedding basket; several Victorian cased glass pieces; figural Westmoreland glass covered compotes; B&G & blue delft collector plates; lot hand-painted china; several original oil paintings; pottery wall pockets-some mid-century; (2) Lladro & NAO Asian figurines; large, cast-iron “Nipper” RCA Victor advertising coin bank; several primary-colored Pyrex mixing bowls; large, nude Rosenthal porcelain statue; very unusual, huge Van Briggle pottery mountain lion statue-rare; KC Athletics spirit horn; Brownie “Hawkeye” camera in org. box; pair Universal gilt bookends; very ornate brass fireplace set; few pieces Mexican pottery; Lefton birthday month angel figurines; mid-century desk globe; some vintage clothing; Dooney & Bourke designer purses; vintage purses; large, porcelain “dragonware” vase; vintage perfume bottles; hand-stitched quilt; Cabbage Patch doll; vintage Christmas decorations inclu. Shiny Brite ornaments, large blow-mold figures; glass oil lamp; pair German “Anri” wood carved figures; Radio-Flyer wagon; pair Radio-Flyer tricycles; Asian porcelain umbrella urn; large majolica pottery planter; Peters Ammo. advertising metal sign; few pressed-steel Tonka trucks; Renewal “Visible Man” & “Visible Woman” model kits in org. boxes; early carousel horse; wire egg gathering basket; Hall’s Jewel Tea “Autumn Leaf” mixing bowls; glass milk bottles; rooster cookie jar; pair pink custard glass figural boudoir lamps; pink depression glass figural powder container; assorted figurines; knick-knacks; glassware; crystal; china; pottery; early doll trunks; few pieces ruby glass; large set hand-painted china; crystal/gilt stemware; few Hallmark “Keepsake” ornaments; several sets of china; Tiffany-style table lamp; sizable collection of Fiestaware; & much more!
Hull Pottery Collection
Large collection including many pieces of various ages, sizes & designs, some figural, candlesticks, ewers, urns, pairs, cornucopia pieces, brown drip, (2) piggy banks, Virgin Mary planter; etc.
Yard Art & Outdoors
Wrought-iron fence sections; small concrete park benches; many figural concrete statues; many ceramic & other planters & pots; wrought-iron plant stands; wrought-iron trellises; concrete birdbaths; Woodard wrought-iron round patio table & (4) chair set; 1940’s wrought-iron outdoor sofa & (2) chairs; shepherd’s hooks; concrete planters; concrete pagoda; bells & windchimes; large copper pot; cast-metal sundial on stand; large concrete fountain; gazing balls & stands; (2) wrought-iron round end tables; 1940’s metal porch glider; (5) 1940’s metal lawn chairs; cast-iron & wood park bench; wrought-iron bistro table & chair set; pair Woodard wrought-iron armchairs; lots gardening equipment; etc.
Wheelbarrow; COSCO folding ladder; assorted yard, hand & power tools; Black & Decker electric hedge trimmers; loppers; pair sawhorses; saws; spades & shovels; nice 2-wheel dolly; gas cans; long aluminum extension ladders; large fiberglass tree limb saw; Scotts spreader; tarps; nice Yard Machines 3.5hp gas-powered edger; Troy-Bilt 2500psi pressure washer w/ Honda motor; Reddy Heater “Heat Demon” portable propane heater-NIB; Columbian #1045 bench vise; electric battery charger; extension cords; aluminum folding ladders; Echo gas-powered leaf blower; Stihl “FS40C” gas-powered trimmer; post-hole digger; Craftsman 3hp shop-vac; small wooden folding ladder; much hardware; chemicals; & much more!
1970’s avocado green refrigerator-works great; GE chest freezer; Kenmore dryer-newer; Kenmore “Series 500” HE washer-nice
Assorted wall art; home decor; lots holiday decor; large oak framed round mirror; live plants; brass table lamps-some Stiffel; fancywork; linens; older iPad in box; Lego model kits; assorted toys; board games; puzzles; new North-Face women’s backpack; luggage; much women’s clothing & accessories; chemicals; cleaning supplies; bathroom items; lots towels; plastic storage totes; Dyson “ball” vacuum cleaner; cordless Dyson vacuum cleaner; other vacuum cleaners-some Kenmore; Raleigh “M-50” mountain bicycle; Huffy mountain bike; utility shelving-some “Metro;” camping chairs; wheelchair; garden hoses; dog kennel; stereo system; metal watering cans; Schwinn recumbent exercise bike; (2) carpet shampooers; folding card table; NIB items; several flat-panel TVs; swivel chrome shoe rack; assorted smaller rugs; books; food; pots & pans; Corelle; Corning Ware; Pyrex; small kitchen appliances; Tupperware; kitchen utensils; large set Pfaltzgraff “Village” stoneware; flatware sets; Ninja blender; binoculars; digital cameras; electronics; older iPod; LG stainless steel microwave; lots of miscellaneous; box lots; & much more!
Estate of Brenda L. Hunnicutt | Kim Hunnicutt, Executor
Auctioneer’s Note: This is an exceptionally clean and well-taken care of estate. Mrs. Hunnicutt was very well-known in the Northland as she was a teacher for many years. Nice variety with something for everyone-make plans now to attend!