Thomas Barnekoff Estate | Vehicles, Antiques & Collectibles, Furniture, Tools, Home Decor, Household Goods, & Much More!


Directions: I-35 to W. 63rd Street/Shawnee Mission Parkway, West on Shawnee Mission Parkway to Quivira Road, North on Quivira Road to W. 51st Street, West on W. 51st Street to Monrovia Street, South on Monrovia Street to W. 52nd Street, West on W. 52nd Street to Address. Watch for Signs!



1997 Lincoln Town Car, “Signature Series,” 167,xxx miles, loaded with leather interior; 1985 Chevrolet “20” Work Van


Vintage & Modern Furniture

Pair dark pecan “French Provincial” drop-leaf side tables-1960’s; mahogany upholstered occasional chair w/ rush back; maple TV tray set; 1960’s dark pecan & marble-top round end table; pair mid-century vinyl & chromium barstools; mid-century metal magazine rack; pair vintage wooden folding luggage racks; assorted end & side tables; long mid-century upholstered sofa; tall 1970’s oak bookcase-nice; upholstered wingback chair; set of (6) mid-century maple & pecan dining chairs; wrought iron hall tree; 1950’s “Mersman” dark pecan leather-top round drum table w/ glass-top; oak lighted china cabinet; contemporary marble & glass-top dining table; mid-century walnut china cabinet; wrought iron round patio table & (4) chairs w/ umbrella stand; etc.



Cast-iron skillet; large pink depression glass platter; retro glass pieces; several original & signed oil paintings of clowns by Leighton Jones, artist; heavy sterling candle holder; stained glass golf wall clock; German wall barometer; old oilers; old photos & paper ephemera; pair early cowbells; miscellaneous ammo; few knives-some scrimshaw; Smith & Wesson handcuffs w/ case; several vintage BB & air rifles; golfing cast-iron doorstop; golfing collectibles; assorted framed wall art; Italian painter wooden sculpture; pair carved alabaster Mexican bookends; hand-painted Mexican pottery umbrella stand-nice; hand-painted porcelain urns; assorted glassware, china & crystal; Lennox vase; figurines; “Marquis” by Waterford Crystal golf bag; German beer steins; early Victorian glass mantle luster-nice; cut glass whiskey decanters; large Noritake “Margot” china set; art glass; mid-century swirl glass pitcher & glass set; slag glass toothpick holder; amberina crackle glass small pitcher; mid-century St. Louis Cardinals highball glasses; Avon “Cape Cod” glass pieces; stemware; large Viking ruby red glass pitcher; several sets of silverplated flatware in wooden chests; silverplated tea set & serving pieces; beer signs; Mexican wooden wine rack; KitchenAid “ProLine” stand mixer-nice; etc.



DeWalt shop vac; Milwaukee heavy duty electric drill in metal case; assorted hand, power & yard tools; Chicago Electric 4 in. heavy duty angle grinder-NIB; Black & Decker large drill bit set; worklight; toolboxes full of tools; nice Makita 10 in. miter saw; Work Force 7 in. tile saw; C-clamps; wrenches; sockets; pliers; Skil 2.5hp electric circular saw; Black & Decker 1hp electric circular saw; NIB air inflator w/ gauge; nice bench vise; Dremel in case w/ accessories; Sears “Solid Oxygen Torch Outfit;'' 10 inch table saw; older electric metal saw in case; soldering guns; 6 gal. shop vac; gas cans; extension cords; spreaders; chemicals; hardware; leaf blowers; step ladders; commercial walk boards; Porter Cable “Jetstream” pancake air compressor; MTD gas-powered chipper/shredder; NIB Craftsman “4 in 1 laser level;” Black & Decker router; tree saw; NIB Ryobi detail sander; painting supplies; Porter Cable shop vac; gas-powered chain saws; nice dolly; planers; sledge hammers; Snapper gas-powered snow blower; pressure washer; tons of tools; & much more!



Kitchen goods; Corning ware; Corelle; chemicals; batteries; small kitchen appliances; pots & pans; Waring panini press; set of stainless steel flatware; kitchen utensils; toaster oven; nice cutlery & knives; assorted table lamps-some vintage; men’s clothing; office supplies; Samsung flat panel TV-newer; Yamaha “Natural Sound AV Receiver HTR-5740;” Klipsch surround speaker system w/ subwoofer; Sony DVD player; media cabinet; CDs & DVDs; Golden electric lift chair; rugs; many wooden shoe trees; exercise bike; mattress & box springs-newer; Kirby “G5” vacuum cleaner; metal filing cabinets; mid-century Samsonite folding card table & chair set; luggage; metal utility shelving; weight & exercise equipment; mid-century folding lawn rockers; Kodak projector & slides; many sets of golf clubs-vintage to newer; bolt bins loaded; binoculars; slate top pool table (disassembled and ready to move); pool cues; pool balls; GE “Hydrowave” washer-newer; GE HE “Sensor Dry” dryer-newer; KeepSafe safe; mahogany executive desk & matching credenza; computer equipment; electronics; NIB battery backup; upholstered wingback chair & ottoman; “Ashley” dark cherry chest of drawers-newer; playing cards-some vintage; small wrought iron patio end table; nice Sony stereo system; Pioneer car speaker system; inflatable boat; Technics stereo system; NIB liquor dispenser system; camping equipment; newer “Ashley” cherry sleigh bed frame; skis; misc. lumber; (2) mini refrigerators; organ; roll-around garden hose cart w/ hose; stainless steel BBQ grill; lots of miscellaneous; home decor; household goods; & much more!


Estate of Thomas Barnekoff | Michael Barnekoff, Executor 


Auctioneer’s Note: Mr. Barnekoff was a very well-known painter and contractor in the area for many years, and thus there is a nice assortment of tools. Everything has been well maintained. Make plans now to attend!

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