Betty Ledford Estate | Part 2 of 2 | Antiques & Collectibles, Jewelry, Furniture, Home Decor, Household Goods, & Much More!

Directions: I-35 to W. Kansas Avenue, East on W. Kansas Avenue to 291 Highway, South on 291 Highway to Moss Avenue, North on Moss Avenue to Address. Watch for Signs!




Lifetime collections; massive amount of framed wall art; pottery, glassware, china & crystal; many knick-knacks; lots of miniatures; Rooster collection; old photos; Victorian framed portraits; Fiesta Ware disc pitchers; Red Goose Shoes advertising cast-iron bank; Radio Flyer child’s toys; huge doll collection; head vase; German “Black Forest” coo-coo wall clock; depression glass; hand-painted china; Fostoria glass; enamelware; primitives; vintage Tupperware; collector plates; clocks; Goebel & Hummel figurines; anniversary clocks; Black Americana items; many vintage goods; large collection of Longaberger baskets; “Tiffany-style” stained glass rooster table lamp; oil lamps; advertising tins; Hallmark items; Sleep Eye Pottery pitcher; early child’s furniture; stoneware; carnival glass; custard glass; framed samplers & embroidery pieces; chalkware statues; cat collectibles; pewter items; Pewter Amish figurines; lots of lace & fancywork; Elvis items; child’s ice cream parlor table & chairs; “Tiffany-style” stained glass turtle lamps; Union Pacific RR service clock; retro pocket watch wall clock; signed J.R. Hamil print of Spencer Court at William Jewell College; huge amount of costume jewelry-some vintage; sterling silver jewelry; “Tiffany-style” stained glass table lamps; Victorian oak clock shelf; miniature glass perfume bottles; art glass; antique lamp parts & globes; large mid-century oil painting on canvas-signed; vintage GE school wall clock; Texaco die-cast airplane; cast-iron Rooster doorstops; Asian silver footed compote; old dolls; brass items; Barbie dolls; Aladdin “Washington Drape” glass oil lamp; lighthouse decor; glass pickle jar; flue covers; Kewpie dolls; German porcelain piano babies; Annalee dolls; bobbins; ornate gilt framed mirrors; wooden Anri carvings; printer’s drawers & cabinets full of miniatures; souvenir spoons & display racks; Kansas City limited edition etching; flow blue; lusterware; Occupied Japan; retro purses-Enid Collins, etc.; Beanie Babies; small stained glass windows; Hall’s Jewel Tea; 30+ quilts-many hand-stitched; quilt tops; old sewing spools; hat stands; Lalique glass figurines; Kansas City Cow Parade figurines; Italian hand-blown glass figurines; early stoneware pitcher; large Italian hand-painted glass table lamp; Willow Tree figurines; old chicken coop; chalkware Shirley Temple statue; transferware; brass “Paris Orient Express” table lamp; carved cameo plate; World’s Fair purse; Howard Miller mantle clock; Asian mud men figurines; Murano glass figurines; Hull pottery; Capidminote; Disney items; Limgoes boxes; blue bird glass paperweights; Raggedy Ann & Andy dolls; candlestick phone converted to lamp; 1950’s Japanese battery op. santa toy; stoneware; coverlet; Victorian plateau dresser mirror; German cranberry cut to clear crystal; several oak wall phones & related pieces; corn sheller; unusual bakelite rotary dial desk phone; old Radio Flyer wagon; retro box fan; retro Dayton metal fan on wheels; old cast-iron asbestos/tobacco cutter; several old weathervanes; BB rifles; cast-iron Black Americana RR statue; ornate cast metal shelf brackets; metal Indian Motorcycles sign; several old wagon wheels; Dietz lantern; St. Francis statue; few blow mold statues; many smalls; & much more!

Antique, Vintage & Modern Furniture

Many end & side tables; floor rugs; wooden wall shelves; stools; early walnut 2-drawer cabinet; “Ethan Allen” hard rock maple drop-leaf harvest table; French Provincial style pecan hall cabinet; very nice leather La-Z-Boy recliner; very nice antique painted oak child’s cupboard; child’s Victorian parlor loveseat & chair set; Italian Florentine painted multi-drawer cabinet; early Mission-style quarter-sawn oak plant stand; painted & shabby chic furniture pieces; oak dry sink cabinet; very nice 1940’s Duncan Phyfe mahogany serpentine-front 4-drawer chest w/ marble-top; 3-drawer dark pecan cabinet; painted primitive bookcase; 1940’s mahogany nightstand; very nice 1940’s mahogany bookcase; cherry 4-poster bed frame w/ mattress & box springs; odd chairs; lots of bookcases; many nightstands; several rocking chairs; several wooden benches; upholstered furniture; “Ethan Allen” hard-rock maple small table; lots of small cabinets; small painted washstand cabinet; very nice early 1900’s organ stool w/ claw & ball feet; pedestal columns; oak pie-crust tilt-top table; “Ethan Allen” mahogany tea cart; lighted curio cabinet; “Hitchcock” painted small cabinet; early 1900’s 4-drawer burl walnut sewing cabinet-very nice; “Ethan Allen” maple washstand; hard rock maple hall cabinet; nice barley twisted fern stand; hard rock maple gate-leg table; antique 6-drawer cabinet made from an old sewing machine; wooden & metal milking stools; oak bed frame w/ mattress & box springs; early oak blanket chest; very nice Akro Agate glass floor bridge lamp; antique parlor tables; “Ethan Allen” mahogany 4-drawer chest; nice mahogany easel; early oak icebox; early Mission oak style bookcase; vintage metal porch glider w/ cushions; early walnut drop-leaf table; newer cherry “Ashley” entertainment stand; several faux wooden fireplaces; wooden porch glider bench-nice; etc.


1HP shop vac; Black & Decker leaf blower; Worx weed eater; lots of hand, power & yard tools; air tools; aluminum folding step ladders; antique & vintage tools; saws; lumber; contractor & extension cords; bolt bins full of hardware; tons of hardware; chemicals; large drill bits & augers; grinding tools; vises; lots of pipe clamps-some Rigid; lathe tools; buck & miter saws; crow bars; levels; saw blades; old drafting tools; squares; lots of corner clamps; Beaver lathe; lots of C-clamps; Wagner paint sprayers; casters; Ryobi 10” compound mitre saw; wood clamps; 30’ electric reel light; saw guides; Xyliss vise; electric staple guns; dolly; Poulan 1.5HP electric chainsaw; air nailers; filing tools; Rigid & other pipe cutters; heat guns; chalk lines; ice picks; pipe & other wrenches; unusual small Jorgensen wood clamps-early; carpenter’s & woodworking tools; tape measures; chisels; drywall tools; Milwaukee sawzalls in cases; screw & nut drivers; Campbell Hausfeld 1HP air compressor w/ hoses; motors; air chisel; shop heater; pliers; vise grips; hammers; wrenches & sockets; painting supplies; Worx 24V weed eater; roll-around tool chest; drain cleaners; measures; circular saws; drills; Craftsman electric chainsaw; chains; battery operated tools; old oilers & oil cans; tool sets; propane torches; Fuller 4” bench vise; grinding/buffing/polishing machine; air bubble; electric bug zapper-NIB; tarps; concrete tools; come-a-longs; boomers; bee smoker; lots of furniture restoration pieces & parts; & much more!


Tupperware; kitchen goods; small kitchen appliances; utensils; assorted lamps; lots of home decor; linens; pots & pans; Pyrex; Corning Ware; Corelle; Platzgraff stoneware; silverware; stuffed animals; cook books-some vintage; rag rugs; baskets; teapots; Christmas & holiday decor; NIB items; Insignia & RCA flat-panel TVs; sewing supplies & notions; macrame; sewing machines; child’s toys; utility shelving & racking; large amount of Vera Bradley purses; large wall clocks; microwave; faux flowers; vintage GE refrigerator; lawn chairs; plastic storage totes & tubs; coolers; heaters; fans; lots of home decor; folding card tables & chairs; chemicals & cleaners; retro style stereo; speakers; old industrial cabinets & drafting stool; galvanized metal buckets; upright freezer; lots of miscellaneous items; many box lots; tons of household goods; & much more!

Estate of Betty Ledford | Dean Ledford, Executor 

Concessions Served!

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.