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Large One Day Auction – Hamilton, Illinois

Household, Antiques, Tools & Sporting Goods

Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 9:00 A.M.

Auction to be held at Sullivan Auction Site 1066 E. US Hwy. 136, Hamilton, IL 62341

Sue Schrader will sell the following: (Please Note: All of Sue’s items are like-new!)

  • Crosley upright freezer, color white, like-new
  • Hotpoint refrigerator w/top-freezer, textured front, color white
  • Tell City oval dining room table w/(6) bent wood chairs and (2) 18” leaves
  • (2) Kling lighted china cabinets, one w/(2) glass doors and one w/(3) glass doors
  • Ethan & Allen breakfront cabinet
  • (2) beds
  • Folding cot
  • (2) mahogany 3 and 4-drawer chest of drawers
  • Unique mahogany 4-drawer chest w/the top drawer converting to a desk
  • (3) wooden bookshelves, various sizes
  • Henredon floral pattern couch with matching cushions, excellent
  • (2) Heritage matching arm chairs, color light blue
  • (2) La-Z-Boy recliners, one blue, one beige
  • Shuford upholstered arm chair
  • Kling oval coffee table
  • Kling end table w/drawer
  • Selection of occasional tables and magazine racks
  • Conover piano w/bench
  • Small upright cabinet, used to store VCR tapes
  • Hon 4-drawer metal filing cabinet
  • Sharp metal office storage cabinet
  • (3) Box fans
  • (4) oscillating table fans
  • Card table and chairs
  • Nice selection of luggage
  • (3) Rubbermaid coolers
  • GE humidifier
  • Several small electric heaters
  • Fellowes paper shredder
  • Comfort Zone electric radiator-style heater
  • Swivel office chair
  • (2) barstools w/red vinyl seats and chrome legs
  • Combination safe
  • Selection of table and floor lamps
  • Several metal sections of shelving
  • (3) flat-screen televisions
  • Metal and wooden office desk
  • Several nice wall-mirrors
  • (2) vacuum sweepers
  • Bedding, linens and doilies
  • Few occasional chairs
  • Very nice selection of brand new household necessities to include: Sunbeam toaster; Toastmaster waffle maker; Rival meat grinder; Honeywell HEPA air cleaner; Hefty garbage bags; GE 24” fluorescent lights; GE LED lights; GE 40-60-75-80-100 watt lightbulbs; GE iridescent 40W lightbulbs; other lightbulbs; Scotch lint rollers, Craftsman gentle purpose vac replacement filters; Oxi Clean stain remover; Lysol disinfectant spray; Raid wasp and hornet spray, Tate and other office supplies, storage containers, area rugs; plastic picnic items; the list goes on and on!
  • New electronics such as: (2) Sony DVD players; (3) AT&T speaker phones; Delta faucets
  • Nice selection of extra clean kitchen-related items as follows: Sunbeam mixmaster 2-beater mixer w/bowls; Rival crock pot; (2) blenders; Hamilton Beach can opener; electric skillets; like-new pots and pans; corelle wear; (2) pyrex colorful nests of pyrex bowls; cutlery; flatware; Rubbermaid and Tupperware; cookie sheets and muffin pans
  • Fiberglass stepladder
  • 2 & 3-step stools
  • Craftsman 16-gal Shop Vac
  • Craftsman 2-gal Shop Vac
  • Several brooms and other long-handled tools
  • (5) bags of Scotts turf builder
  • (15) bags of all-purpose sand
  • (8) small bags of Scotts turf-builder starter
  • (8) bags of snow and ice melt
  • Pictures and frames
  • Outstanding set of matching Sterling serving set to include spoons, forks, etc.
  • Few Sterling spoons, some w/engraving and monogram
  • A. Rodgers silver-plated serving set w/handled tray
  • Few commemorative & silver coins
  • Several nice pieces of antique wedgewood
  • (7) Hamilton, IL 6” china plates w/scenes from Wild Cat Springs, Hamilton High School, marked Germany and signed J. A. Gordon Hamilton, IL
  • Collection of hand painted china, cups and saucers
  • Large selection of Fostorie glassware to include: oval platters; plates; cups and saucers; bowls; cream and sugars; various sizes of glasses; etc.
  • Numerous other pieces of glassware and china
  • Early carriage small alarm clock w/“J.A. Gordon, Hamilton, IL” written on the face
  • New jackets and other wear
  • Books to include: (2) 1968 History of Hancock County, IL hardbacks (one green, one maroon); 1979 Historic Sites and Structures of Hancock County, IL; Hancock County, IL pictorial history by Kathryn Burkett And Donald Parker; WWII 1941-1945 as reported in the Hancock County, IL newspapers; 2004 Families of Hancock County, IL a Biographical History compiled and edited by Hancock County Historical Society; Hancock County, IL in the Civil War reflections; (5) softback booklets Bulletin No. 10 1913 Electric Power from the Mississippi River Keokuk, IA; Several softback booklets from the Mississippi River Power Company Keokuk, IA dated 1911 and 1912 (various months); recipe books; other books
  • Costume jewelry
  • Plus many items simply too numerous to list




Dale “Ike” & Judy Clark will sell the following:

  • (2) wooden gun cabinets
  • Very nice oak office desk
  • Outstanding selection of very nice wildlife artist prints, many by well-known artists and several signed and numbered
  • Beer and commemorative promotional items: beer posters along w/metal and cardboard die cut signs; Promotional beer signs and mirrors; Hanging Budweiser pool table light; Budweiser millennium limited edition items; Name brand beer tap handles; Budweiser and other beer steins; (10) amber gallon empty glass beer bottles commemorating St. Patricks Day, US Navy, other events and holidays; numerous Budweiser advertising items commemorating the St. Louis Cardinals, etc
  • (2) vintage outboard motors
  • (4) compound bows w/quivers and arrows
  • Turkey Gold electric turkey fryer and seafood kettle, from the NWTF, NIB
  • Paper machete Canadian goose decoys
  • (15) duck decoys
  • (50) wooden carved duck decoys (the kind that you see sold at Ducks Unlimited and similar events)
  • Folding hunting chair w/camo canopy
  • Lard press
  • Enamel wear bowls in various sizes
  • Tackle boxes (some stocked)
  • Antique tools to include: wood planes, draw knives, breast drill, etc.
  • Firemen’s items (Ike was a firefighter in Fort Madison, IA for 30 years, was Assistant Chief and has been given numerous awards for his accomplishments)

The following is only a brief listing: Fireman’s pedal car Mfg. by Fire Dept. N. 287; brass & SS fire extinguishers; helmets; brass nozzles and connectors; large selection of toys (majority will be firetrucks, and fire dept. cars); Very nice wooden model of firetruck and driver; Tripp Lite flashing light; Other firefighting related items

  • Nice selection of antique china and glassware as follows: hand-painted china bowls marked Germany-Bavaria-etc.; equally nice selection of hand-painted China plates marked similarly to the bowls; hand-painted China chocolate set; China hand-painted cups and saucers; China hand-painted cream and sugars; pink & green depression wear; figural glass candy containers; compote w/lidded figural finial; early baby’s plate depicting rabbits; baby plate w/young child working in the garden; pocket watches & tin-type photos; few books and magazines; plus many other pieces of glassware and china!
  • (2) wicker rockers
  • AMF metal pedal tractor
  • (20) Rubbermaid containers w/lids
  • Many other items simply too numerous to list



Others will sell: Outdoor type items to include steel posts; wooden ladders; upright portable air compressor (like-new); Forney welder; selection of like-new power tools; foosball table (NIB); king size bed frame (NIB); Magnolia chair; rocker; queen size headboard and frame; country primitives; plus many other misc. items.


Auctioneers Note (Please read thoroughly):

Over the past year or so, Sullivan Auctioneer’s have focused solely on land and farm equipment auctions, although are making an exception for our very dear friend, Sue Schrader, Hamilton, IL who has sold her home and has moved into assisted living. Sue’s father, the late Don Gordon, and the entire Gordon family were prominent citizens of Hamilton and were very active in the development of the town. Don was one of the founders of the Security State Bank, a life-long member of the Kiwanis, and the list goes on and on. Mr. Gordon lived to be 101 years old.

Other items in this auction are from our good friends Dale “Ike” & Judy Clark who owned and operated Ike’s in Dallas City, IL. Ike and Judy hosted more benefit auctions and fundraisers than any other establishment that we are aware of. They not only hosted the events, they also participated in buying at the various auctions. The Clark’s needed to make some much needed space in their basement for their grandchildren and the amount of prints on this auction reflects the same.

This is an absolute auction. (2) auction rings, please come prepared with an extra bidder. Doors open at 7:00 A.M. sale day. Lunch available. Not responsible for accidents, errors or omissions. All announcements sale day shall take precedence.

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October 22, 2019
9:00 am - 10:55 am