Featuring Unique Items

Primitives, Antiques, Collectibles, Furniture, Van, and Tools



And Personal Property of Others which Includes Modern Furniture, Glassware, Boat and Antique Funeral Home Items

SUNDAY, June 14, 2015

10:00 A.M.

17055 E 1825th St. Bushnell, IL

Former Bricker Auction Site

Open for viewing: Saturday, June 13, Noon-5:00 p.m.

VAN:   2000 FORD ECONOLINE E150 99193 Mi.


ANTIQUES, ART and PRIMITIVES: Oriental wood sculpture; Several pieces of Arts and Crafts Era Pottery; Wooden buckets which include, Oriental water buckets, Grain measuring buckets, as well as numerous Oriental baskets; Cuckoo clocks; Hand carved Folk Art pieces; Primitive stools;  Several pieces of Contemporary Art; Several early Tube Radios which include Philco, Truetone, Crosley and others; Numerous alarm clocks; Round paper face wall clock; Shchatz Anniversary clock; Clock parts to include brass, enamel, hand painted faces, Clock hands and weights; Pocket watch faces; over 40 Mantel and Wall clocks; Several Early Grandfather clock cases and parts; Early inlaid boxes; Lap desk; Several Primitive wooden totes; Wire basket; Wooden Buck saw; Several small Oriental Chests; Hand Painted Pottery; Hand Painted Paper Mache Vases; Small counter top desk; Vintage toys; Boxes of keys, Large amount of  furniture pulls  and hardware; Antique Woodworking books; Over 200  Antique Wood planes and Molding planes; Stanley tool plane box; Various oil paintings; 8 gal crock; glassware: Two 1960 Sure Microphones; Lamps; US and Foreign stamps; Stamp collector books:

ANTIQUE AND HAND CRAFTED FURNITURE :  Chinese Royalty Chairs; Late 1800’s High Back Chair; Several Mid to late 1800’s wood chairs; Hand Carved Oriental Stands; Large Walnut parlor table; Early pine two drawer desk; Oak pressed back coat hangers; Mahogany hand carved coffee table with claw feet; Hand carved hall table with marble top; Mid Century lounge chair; Primitive Oriental cabinet; Early Oak sideboard; 7 ft. Pine two piece step back cupboard; 6 ft. hand carved Oriental cabinet; Early hand carved chest; Oriental cabinet with Ivory inlay; Dowry chest with Ivory inlay; Jacobean style three drawer chest; Several walnut round folding top tables; Mid 1800’s three drawer chest with Pearl inlay; Early three leg pedestal table; Several early carved tables; hand painted blanket chest; Walnut spoon carved bed with matching wardrobe; Round oak Victorian dining room table; 4ft Ornate hall mirror; Large marble top walnut Victorian dresser with mirror; Pine hanging corner cabinet; Pine tile top wash stand; Early primitive ladder; Painted one drawer table; Walnut one drawer table; Several primitive benches; Early oak blanket chest; Indiana Desk Company large oak desk; Oak tilt top desk; 9ft Oak Hunters cabinet with gallery and etched glass; 8ft Walnut Hunters cabinet with etched glass; Oriental room dividers; 7ft Victorian knock down wardrobe with mirror; Small turned leg blanket chest; 6ft Oak harvest table; Painted three drawer chest; Oversized chimney cupboard;  Various sized rugs; Several project pieces; Large amount of furniture parts and pieces;  Kades Oak desk with Barrister bookcase sides; Rosewood settee;

Lamps;  Modern Furniture: Oak coffee table; entertainment center; Lamps; end tables; home décor; dinette table; hide a bed; Wing back chairs;

TOOLS AND MISC:   Delta 12” Bench top planer; Delta 13” Bench top planer; Rockwell wood lathe; Skill band saw; Delta wet dry grinder; Ryobi router; Hitachi chop/miter saw; Craftsman 12” band saw; Shopvacs; Wood carving tools; Large assortment of wood chisels; Jet Mortise machine; 10” Craftsman table saw;  Large assortment of small tools and saws; 18 hp. Evinrude outboard boat motor; 25 hp. Evinrude outboard boat motor; Ironsmith band saw; Lawn Boy push mower; Weed Eater leaf blower; Yard Machines snow blower; Huffy lady’s bike; Toledo scale;

ANTIQUE FUNERAL HOME ITEMS:  (2) Turner embalming machines; (3) Enamel embalming tables; Wooden embalming table; Casket Vault salesman’s sample: Plant stands; Podiums; Wooden folding chairs:

Thomas E. Wisshack (1949-2014) was born in Macomb, IL to Dr. Eric and Lina Wisshack. At a young age Tom salvaged scrap lumber from building sites to build a clubhouse and a lemonade stand, rarely being seen without a hammer and saw. As a teenager he apprenticed with woodworker Mr. Snyder. The family moved to Galesburg, IL while Tom was in high school and he continued gaining knowledge of restoration. He made several trips to Switzerland, Germany and England where he studied period furniture. He also studied and worked in restoration methods using hand tools. At his uncle's shop in Basel, Switzerland, he learned gilding and frame making. Tom was an artist-in-residence at Austin Peay University in Tennessee for a summer. He was an artist-in-the-school in Galesburg for several years, teaching youngsters basic woodworking skills. He also taught at the Quaker High School in Iowa City for a period of time. Although Tom was known primarily for his antique furniture restoration, he also built many period reproduction pieces using mostly hand tools. He also enjoyed painting, jewelry making, ceramics, wood carving and making whimsical pieces.  Tom wrote numerous articles for the magazines Fine Woodworking, Woodwork and Popular Woodworking. He also answered questions from readers of Popular Woodworking, in a regular column called "The Finishing Forum."
       The pieces we are offering are the only pieces of Tom's work that will be available for sale.

AUCTIONEERS’ NOTE: Please note this is one auction you will not want to miss. The auction will be held on SUNDAY, June 14, 2015.  This is an abbreviated listing, still unpacking at press time.

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 We will be running two auction rings part of the day, so bring a friend.  Van and Boat will sale at 12:00 p.m. Your attendance is greatly appreciated. Lunch and restroom on site. All announcements made on sale day shall supersede any prior advertisements. All items as is where is. No guarantees. Not responsible for accidents, errors, loss or omissions.

Cash or Check accepted with proper ID.

Directions to sale site: Approximately 2 miles West of Bushnell on Rt. 9, turn South on 1850th Street, West to 1825th Street, then South 1 mile. Follow signs




                            Lic. 441.001640



18600 North 1300th Road Macomb, Illinois 61455
ILA# 441.001640