TJ Tooley Estate
Memory Lanes Bar & Grill (formerly Clintonville Lanes), 250 County Road I, Clintonville
Saturday, September 9, 2017
Starting at 10:00 a.m.
Lunch on Grounds, Auction to be held inside the building.
Directions: Clintonville – Main Street South to east on Co Hwy I to property.
Watch for signs.
Carpenter Tools & Equipment:
Vintage tools, tool belt & knee pads, tool pail, gloves, ball trailer hitches, Milwaukee hammer drill, Makita skil saw, Makita electric drill, Skil electric drills/saws/grinders, grease gun, grinder, Craftsman scroll saw, Shopmate reversible ½” drill, Pro-Work mover, Rack-A-Tires, step ladder, wire crimper, wheel barrow, extension cords, Black & Decker power drivers, tool boxes fully loaded, hand saws, bits, Black & Decker cordless & electric drills, Milwaukee sander/grinders, axes, shovels, maul, picks, small hand tools, squares, levels, crow bars, wood/metal files, posthole digger, vice grip, Jet jointer, Delta table saw, transit in carrier/surveying tripod, telescope pole/measuring tape, Makita chainsaw, chainsaw blades/bar oil, hard hats, C clamps, heavy duty cords, welding helmet, lite shields, boot covers, drill bit sharpener, plywood, Homecraft drill press & bits, joist hangers, scythes, misc nails, nuts, bolts, 1 ½ horse motors
Electrical boxes, electric plug ins, masonry tools, assorted rope, assorted wire, woven poly curtain, carpet, roll tin, thermostats 1 & 2 stage, Lutron fan controllers, assorted cable, tin corners, barn fan blades, barn flush valve, 22x42x1 ¼ granite, small parts storage bins, ceiling fan, brass front door handle/deadbolt, galvanized 5 gallon pails, plastic, capacitors, Fabral Grandrit adhesive closures & beam closures, clear plastic sheeting, staple gun/staples, glass blocks, tack strip/wood floors, cedar boards, solid oak interior doors & jambs, oak stair rail, metal & wood shelf brackets, nylon tubing, stainless bathroom supplies, small windows, tub scratch protectors, laminate flooring, tarps, winch, trailer jack, chain link fence, vintage door knobs
Car jack, cistern hand pump, lawn edger, hand sickle, boat anchor, spot/flood lights, farm machine oil/grease, auto supplies, Pro Lift 2 ton floor jack, live trap, gas grill, Coleman lanterns, flashlights, propane torch kit, sump pump, battery charger, jumper cables, fly shooters, carousel slide trap, gun rest & range case, target, fishing equipment, boat propeller, boat gas tank, Johnson 6hp motor, fiberglass boat w/trailer, folding outboard motor cart, clamps, W G 2000 winch, RV toilet, garden hose w/reel, chain link fence, stainless kitchen sinks, apt. size electric stove, kitchen chairs, cross country skis/poles, portable smoke & grill, cooker deep fryer, hunting stuff, fish tank supplies, stereo-speakers, knife set, Xmas items, pictures, furniture
Antiques & Collectables:
Gehl tin sign 25 x 16, Gehl thermometer, Mobile sign, tackle box filled with lures, reels & rods, smelt nets, STP oil cans (full), toys, train collection, books, Batman collectables, dolphin collection, M & M collection, movie star pictures, racing memorabilia including Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt, Dale Jarrett, Bill Elliott, Mark Martin, Ernie Irvan, music books, cameras, drawing supplies, stamp collection, Ed Hardy lighter collection, ship collection, beams, HD bicentennial beer in cans, Normal Rockwell collection, shell collection, glass insulators, Sharon Anderson print, vintage glass light fixtures
Terms: Cash or Good Check
Schroeder & Kabble Realty, Inc., State License #160
Reg. WI Auctioneer Perry Schroeder, #261
We are a full-service auction company, preparing your household, estate or farm items from start to finish.
Our Services include:
We perform all of the steps necessary for you to have a successful auction!
Things to do to get ready for an auction! Here are some helpful tips!
- Familiarize yourself with the location of the auction. (Watch for Signs) You don’t want to find yourself lost on the morning of the event. .
- Will the auction be held indoors or out? If it’s outside, you will need to be ready for the elements – think boots, umbrella, hat, sunscreen or mittens.
- Have cash or a checkbook on hand.
- Prepare boxes and packaging material. Your new treasures will need safe transport.
- Early arrival insures a parking spot close to the sale. You will undoubtedly make numerous trips to your vehicle to store your acquisitions.
- Get your bidding number. Our staff will register you for the auction and keep track of your purchases. They will be in a designated area. They will ask to look at your driver license and will take down your address and phone number. Hang on tight to your number. If you lose it, the finder could use it to purchase items on your dime.
- Locate the bathroom and the food wagon. Visit each!
- Arriving before bidding begins allows you to adequately inspect items. You’ll want to take a close look at everything you are interested in purchasing.
- All the fast talking and hand raising can be exciting. Decide on a price you are willing to spend for each item. Keeping track of the items you have won is also helpful.
- Auctioneers have a certain call or way of speaking. Listen carefully to exactly what he is saying. You don’t want to end up paying $275 when you thought you were paying $75. Special note: If the auctioneer holds up two items and says “choice”, the winning bidder will be given the opportunity to take one or both of the items. If the both are chosen, the winning bid amount will be paid for each item. If the auctioneer holds up two items and announces “two times the money”, winning bid amount will be paid for each item and both must be taken.
- The auctioneer may group items together in a lot or sell a pile of items by the piece. Listen and be clear on this before placing a bid.
- Quiet, patient observation of how other auction attendees bid and otherwise conduct themselves is always beneficial (and often entertaining).
- Bring your lawn chair.
- Lunch on the grounds.