Estate of Tom Krebs | 3 Vehicles, Collectibles, Furniture, Electronics, Tools, Home Decor, Household Goods, & Much More!

Directions: I-70 to Gage Boulevard Exit, South on Gage Boulevard to SW Munson Avenue, West on SW Munson Avenue to Address. Watch for Signs!


Vehicles | No Reserves! | Sell at 6:30PM Sharp!

2002 Toyota Avalon XL sedan, 181,xxx miles

2002 Honda Accord EX sedan, leather interior, sunroof, 190,xxx miles

1993 Ford Escort LX wagon, 33,xxx miles


Antique, Vintage & Modern Furniture

Mid-century Danish teak wall-unit bookcase; very nice Mission oak bedroom suite set-chest of drawers, dresser w/ mirror, nightstand, queen bed; Bombay Company dark mahogany 2-drawer filing cabinet-nice; 1940’s Duncan Phyfe mahogany knee-hole leather-top desk; primitive side table; set of (4) maple dining chairs; (2) sets drop-leaf maple dining table & (2) chairs; oak sideboard; nice suede double recliner loveseat; oak coffee table; nice sofa; dark oak china hutch; floor lamp w/ Tiffany style glass shade; small wrought-iron shelf; round oak dining table & (4) pressed-back chairs; antique walnut inlaid tilt-top table; nice 1920’s walnut rocking chair-unusual; Ethan Allen upholstered rocker; dark oak bed frame w/ mattress; dark oak chest of drawers; oak lamp table; “boho” painted wicker armchair; (2) large wooden storage benches; maple bookshelf; maple hall tree; etc.



Several pieces of original artwork; Native American weavings; Seth Thomas “banjo” wall clock w/ key-nice; crock-marked “B6;” sizable amount blues & rock music memorabilia-much local; wall-mount Galieo glass thermometer; some glassware & crystal; small stained glass mirror; Corvette Stingray Christmas wreath; vintage Levi’s jeans & jean jackets; Matrix guitar tuner; several guitar stands; Bob Dylan books; beer stein; pair “St. Regis” porcelain urns; 1927 “First Prize Kansas National Pretty Baby Show-Wichita, KS” silver plated trophy; giraffe stool; Bavarian porcelain hand-painted baby plate; Russian babushka doll; “The Beatles” Monopoly game; “The Beatles” collector pint glasses-NIB; set of stoneware nesting bowls; cast-iron dutch oven; early Belgium enamel stock pot; sev. pieces graniteware; early violin marked “Antonius Stradivarius Cremonensis Faciebat Anno 17;” Seiko mantle clock-nice; Kennedy metal toy box-unusual; pair nautilus shell bookends; KU Basketball memorabilia; early Hamm’s Beer lighted sign; African carved wood animal statue; rotary-dial wall phone; Budweiser Beer mirror; glass 7up bottles; etc.



Pair mid-century Bose speakers; Yamaha “Natural Sound AV Receiver RX-V361;” Technics “Compact Disc Changer SL-PD688;” Technics “Stereo Double Cassette Deck RS-T922;” Pioneer subwoofer-nice; Sony “CD/DVD Player DVP-SR200P;” mid-century Kenwood “Model KR-3130 Stereo Receiver;” pair mid-century AR speakers; pair mid-century Magnavox speakers; University Sound “MA355A;” complete Technics stereo system; iPod Nano; several iPhones; MacBook “Model #A1181;” Amazon Alexa; Onkyo “FG Servo Auto-Return Turntable CP-1010A;” Technics “Quartz Synthesizer AM/FM Stereo Receiver SA-R230;” Sony “CD/DVD Player DVP-NS325;” Sanyo “Stereo Cassette Deck RD 5035;” several boomboxes; several flat panel TV-Toshibia, Samsung, Insignia, etc.; pair large speakers; etc.



Stihl “032 AV” chainsaw in case-nice; pair wooden sawhorses; pair folding plastic sawhorses; Scott’s “Turf Builder EdgeGuard Mini” broadcasting spreader; nice wheelbarrow; heavy-duty extension cord; nice Craftsman self-propelled lawn mower w/ Briggs & Stratton motor; commercial scaffolding; assorted yard, hand & power tools; garden tools; Homelite electric weed eater; Louisville 16’ aluminum extension ladder; nice garden hoses; Ryobi electric drill; levels; C-clamps; Fuller 4in. Bench vise; Shop-Vac; Craftsman tool box full of tools; Ryobi 20V drill in case; several Coleman lanterns; small air compressor; Skil electric jig saw-NIB; Romex wire; commercial staple gun; electric Ryobi circular saw; smaller aluminum folding step ladder; saws; extension cords; electric battery charger; roof rack storage box; work lights; dolly; Craftsman 10in. table saw; WORX electric leaf blower; Air Works 7gal. air bubble; assorted hardware; gas cans; etc.



10+ bags Vigoro “Premium Red Mulch;” several iron trellises; lava rocks; pair smaller concrete Dutch boy & girl statues; assorted planters; wooden outdoor bench; park bench; nice Char-Broil “Advantage” BBQ grill; metal firepit; NIB GoodEarth 4ft. LED flat panel; Bissell vacuum cleaner; fire extinguishers; cleaning supplies & products; chemicals; kitchen wares; small kitchen appliances; Sunbeam microwave; Black & Decker coffee maker; Corning ware; Pyrex; pots & pans; stainless steel flatware set; lots men’s clothing & shoes-some vintage & designer; KU clothing; Canon laserjet printer; office supplies; pressed board utility cabinet; luggage; plastic storage totes; (2) Nordictrack machines; books-some college textbooks; metal filing cabinets; folding tables; Sentry “1170” safe w/ key; “Electralog” electric fireplace; office furniture; Ariat cowboy boots-nice; tons of CDs & cassette tapes; nice Lasko pedestal fan; rugs; crock water cooler; home bar; coolers & beverage dispensers; workbench; large selection golfing related items; small Weber BBQ grill; vintage men’s bicycle; set “Adams” golf clubs; several other sets of golf clubs; household goods; etc.


Estate of Tom Krebs | Will Krebs-Executor 


Auctioneer’s Note: Mr. Krebs was very well-known and respected in the Topeka and Lawrence community for many years as he was extremely involved in the community. We are honored to have been selected by the family to conduct this auction. Something for everyone - make plans now to attend!

Preview of merchandise and bidder registration will begin one hour prior to the auction. All bidders must provide name, address, phone number, and a valid driver’s license. By registering, all bidders acknowledge having read and agree to be bound by the Auction Terms and Conditions. Everything will be offered in "as-is, where-is" condition. All sales are final. Legacy Auction Group is not responsible for any accidents, injuries or losses. Accepted payment is cash, valid check, and credit/debit cards. A 4% service fee will be charged on all credit/debit card transactions. All items must be paid for in full before any portion of the merchandise is removed. All items must be removed from the property in the time allotted by the auction company. The auctioneer reserves the right to re-open the bidding. The records kept by the auctioneer and his staff shall in all cases be accepted as final. All announcements made day of auction take precedence over any printed or online materials. Employees and staff can and possibly will bid on auction items.