This auction in the country was located on a ridge. The surroundings were beautiful, you could see for miles.
The first thing I scoped out was the 50 gallon Red wing crock.
This is the biggest crock I have every seen. It was in mint condition. Notice the spigot on the bottom. It measured 34 inches tall and 24 inches across. It would sell later in the day for $1350.00. From the little research I did, at the Red Wing Collector's website, it seems to have a value between $2000 to $2400. Someone got a very good deal!
Vintage miniature oil cans.
Car Snac VW sportsman thermos picnic set. A very nice rare plaid retro VW Car snac picnic set. It would hang over the back or front seat and has two thermos bottles for hot and cold drinks. The middle is a sandwich or snack compartment.
One of the many rows of things waiting to be auctioned.
A rare sight, to see a farmer who owns both red and green!
A very nice wood cook stove. the collectible fan on top was sold separatly for $10.00.
Pie crust metal rockers. We would've liked to have these, but we don't need them! We already have 12 restored metal chairs.
Wurlitzer Simplex Multi-selector, wooden case juke box with records.
The majestic old barn, still in the dry.
The sky's get more threatening. Rains coats are being put on.
And this is what I saw as I sat in the car to warm up. It must have rained two inches in the 8 hours we were there.
8 quart Simmons Hardware sausage stuffer. Our purchase price $25.00
Hobart meat tenderizer. $310 bought by the brother in law. We just transported it.
My 9 hats, 2 of which are mink. One very wet hat box included in the $5.00 price. Cat hair was free.
4 flats of canning jars. Blue jar and some wire bail tops included. I bought for $1
More of my purchases. Oval cast iron fish fryer $22.50. 10 inch deep cast iron skillet $15.00