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Cast iron tobacco cutters; Cudder licorice box; 100+ paper label whiskey bottles; embossed whiskey bottles to include Popel & Giller - Warsaw, IL; advertising fans; etched advertising shot glasses (mainly Quincy, IL); advertising tin match holders; Pulver gum machine; Coca Cola boxes with syrup jars; cigar box cutters; 50+ early advertising tins to include oil, coffee and tobacco; 5-gal. oil cans; advertising thermometers; metal Pepsi and Coca-Cola 6-pack carriers; Nesbitt orange syrup dispenser; Dick Bros. corkscrew; Clarke Pure Rye plate (Peoria, IL); early advertising pinbacks to include Deering, Oil Pull, Rock Island Plow and others; beer and soda trays to include Dick’s Beer, Coca-Cola, Nu-Grape, Hampden Beer and others; tobacciana items; 200+ cigar boxes to include Monmouth, Keokuk, Ft. Madison, Raritan, Roseville, Galesburg and others; Fern Brand confectionery box (Burlington, IA); Schlitz Beer hanging globe lights; Phillips Morris clock; 1920 L. Warner Plate (LaHarpe, IL) and numerous other advertising items. 1948 STL Cardinals scorecard; chalkware figurines; 1883 Frank & Jesse James book; punch boards; Civil War items - Tin type photos; CDV photos; hundreds of dug civil war relics; Union Bulls Eye canteen; powder flask; Navy fuse pouch; percussion cap pouch; Navy battle rattle; wooden fife; decorated wooden canteen; Army bugle and numerous other items.
SELLING BOTH DAYS
70+ advertising signs to include Kendall motor oil, Coca Cola, Star Tobacco, Pepsi-Cola & numerous others; Raritan, IL advertising plates; lighted beer signs; early matchbook covers; Victorian trade cards; hundreds of advertising pens & pencils; early soda bottles; lighted clocks to include Four Roses Whiskey and Orange Crush; trade tokens; local advertising pieces from Monmouth, Raritan, Stronghurst, Carthage, Quincy and other Illinois towns; advertising pocket mirrors; early wooden advertising boxes; wooden soda crates; framed advertisements; advertising calendars; numerous early books; hundreds of late 1800s RPPC; hundreds of early photos to include tin types.
NOTE – PHOTOS SHOWN BELOW WILL SELL ON FRIDAY
Auctioneers’ Note - Mr. Aker was an avid collector for the better part of his life. He has accrued a large collection of quality items over that time. We are sure to uncover many nice items that have not been listed on this sale bill. Please check the website closer to the date of the sale for a complete sale order. There will be two rings running on both days so please come prepared. Concessions available by Sly Fox Food. Not responsible for accidents.
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