Lynda L. Cole Estate | Antiques & Collectibles, Furniture, Primitives, Sporting Items, Home Decor, Yard Art, Household Goods, & Much More!

Directions: 169 Highway to Main Street Exit, West on Main Street to 16th Street, South on 16th Street to Brown Avenue to Address. Watch for Signs!




Antique, Vintage & Modern Furniture

Pair tufted wingback chairs; exceptional early 1900’s quarter-sawn oak curved curio cabinet w/ claw feet & carved “North Face” designs; 1930’s oak radio table; early 1900’s quarter-sawn oak shield-back rocking chair; red upholstered wingback chair; inlaid oak armoire-nice; oak Baldwin upright piano & bench; oak curved glass curio cabinet; 1950’s maple knee-hole desk & chair; small pecan French Provincial buffet; primitive oak washstand-early 1900’s; 1910’s quarter-sawn oak library table-nice; leather armchair; 1920’s “Mission” style tall trestle table; early wooden folding chairs; painted mid-century bookcase; pair early school desks; assorted end tables; several painted work tables; painted vanity; early 1900’s oak 2-drawer chest; early 1900’s oak medicine cabinet; late mid-century “Lane” cedar chest; 1930’s cedar chest; 1920’s wicker porch planter; bentwood chairs; early oak possum belly cabinet w/o top; vanity stools; assorted rugs; assorted odd chairs; painted Victrola cabinet w/o components-ornate; 1920’s dark mahogany sewing rocker; early 1900’s quarter-sawn oak side table; mid-century enamel storage cabinet; wrought-iron baker’s rack; oak serpentine-front washstand; Lane walnut hall cabinet & matching mirror; dark pecan chest of drawers; early 1900’s oak game table & (4) chairs-nice; (3) oak barstools; suede sectional-nice; assorted project pieces; etc.



Rogers “Bridal Veil” sterling silver flatware set in wooden case (46 pieces + 8 knives); assorted gold, sterling & costume jewelry; watches; some Native American turquoise jewelry; ballerinas statue; ice tongs; printer’s drawer; cast-iron “jitterbug” boot jack; Tiffany & Co. planter; old framed prints; Playboy magazines; large assortment of glassware & crystal; cut glass; pressed glass; stemware; glass decanters; Precious Moments figurines; many knick-knacks & trinkets; miniatures; carnival glass; pattern glass; hand-painted china-some Nippon; moonstone glass; bells; Seth Thomas mantle clock; figurines; “Heco No. 12” paper cutter; vinyl records (LPs & 45s); solid brass duck-head fireplace tool set-NIB; antique & vintage books; old scale; stoneware pieces; brass candlesticks-heavy; Murano & art glass; cast-iron tea kettle; wooden nail keg; porcelain spittoon; German seltzer soda bottle; Weller pottery vase; L.E. Smith “Moon and Stars'' amberina glass pieces; Fostoria “Coin Glass” cruet set-nice; crocks; primitives; several autographed KU basketballs; KU memorabilia; die-cast model vehicles; mid-century & retro items; wooden ironing board; transferware turkey platter; vintage clothing-some KU; blow mold Christmas candles; old cameras; vintage Christmas decor; collapsible wire laundry basket on casters; Corelle “Crazy Daisy” dishes; Aladdin pink & white hobnail glass oil lamp-nice; copper double boiler; bobble heads; vintage hat boxes & hats; fancywork & linens; quilts; old tools; old kerosene heater; sad irons; advertising items; old radios; record player; child’s tea set in org. box; Avon bottles; Singer sewing machine; Remington wooden ammo boxes; KU posters; Breyer & Hartland horses; early Victorian oak framed mirror-nice; depression glass; lots silverplate including complete flatware sets; vintage board games; lots 1960’s & 1970’s toys; Tom Thumb bank in org. box; Gilbert erector set; Lionel train set; Raggedy Ann tin-litho trash can; Heidi dolls; Cabbage Patch dolls; Fisher-Price toys; wooden rocking horse; doll furniture; doll buggies; wooden dollhouse & accessories; lots of smalls; & much more!


Yard Art & Related Items

Metal baker’s rack; terra-cotta pots & planters; assorted yard art; iron bicycle planter; concrete birdbath; birdhouses; cast-iron bathtub; iron trellises; assorted statutory; galvanized metal buckets; glass insulators; KU windchimes; KU yard art; Woodard wrought-iron rocker; metal minnow bucket; mid-century wrought-iron rack; mid-century sunburst clock; glass-top bistro table; odd wrought-iron chairs; metal gazebo frame; lots of miscellaneous; etc.



Tons of home decor; framed artwork; aluminum folding ladder; dolly; extension cords; hand, yard & power tools; farm jack; metal filing cabinets; plastic storage totes; tow chains; lawn chairs; chemicals; hardware; pegboard store display; metal & other utility shelving; holiday decor; Briggs & Stratton 1800psi power washer-nice; Casio “CTK-720” keyboard w/ stand; pipe clamps; Ryobi gas-powered tiller; stainless steel above-stove microwave; kitchen goods; small kitchen appliances; NIB items; glassware; cook books; lots baskets; Pyrex; Samsonite folding chairs; Frigidaire washer; McGraw-Edison “Speed Queen” dryer; walkers; copper molds; tons faux greenery; linens; lamps; sewing supplies; crafting items; afghans; household goods; many box lots; tons of miscellaneous; & much more!


Estate of Lynda L. Cole


Auctioneer’s Note: Mrs. Cole was the owner of the former “Locker Room” in Osawatomie and thus, there is a good amount of KU collectibles. The family spent over 50 years in this home so there is sure to be some surprises! Make plans now to attend. 

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