Cracked/repaired areas as noted in pictures. Some loose decorative balls. The face on this clock was created when Stennes was in prison. It has the "fly" located next to the number 6. This clock came right off the wall of Elmer Stennes. It was previously owned by Michigan Senator Zoeller.Height: 44
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LaOtto, Indiana 46763
Tuesday, August 16, 5 - 7 PM. Within 2 hrs. of the auction ending on August 14, you will receive a text and email from Shipping Saint to select your pick time or shipping.
Attention clock and coin collectors, antique enthusiasts, locomotive lovers, and household hunters! This auction is for you! With over 400 lots of quality merchandise to choose from, you’ll find everything from antique dolls to tools to furniture and more at this auction. Artwork includes Richard Zolan - The Celebration. Coins include uncirculated Danbury Mint State Quarters, collectible 1800s-1900s coins, and a penny collection. Antiques include a three-price onyx clock set and other antique clocks, lamps, a British dueling pistol, and rifle, blow torches, lanterns, glassware, dolls, a Hoosier Cabinet, furniture, plant stands, a phonograph, advertising tins, arrowheads, and much more. Vintage items like jewelry, political ads, buttons, glassware, ashtrays, and a vintage infant-toddler convertible stroller and highchair system are also available. More recent items like Longaberger Baskets, pocketknives, 14K gold, diamond and gemstone jewelry, pewter figurines, leather jackets and chaps, Lionel trains, furniture, and household goods can also be found. Make time to bid at this diverse auction! This auction will start to end on Sunday, August 14th at 10:00 am, EST.