This wagon had boxes with candy in them. This is almost the end of it. They were stacked several boxes high. I wonder why that was there. Wonder what the expiration date was on them. I wonder if some of it melted before it got sold?!?!? I didn't stand there long enough to hear what they were going for.
A vendor brough some of these kids battery operated 4 wheelers to sell. There had a bunch at the sale in July too. Only bad thing - no battery; so if you don't have access to getting one that fits, your good deal isn't such a good deal!
The hand push garden plow and old trike caught my eye. Thought about sticking around to bid on either one of them, but when I walked by later I got really mad. Someone had monkeyed around with the trike and broke off the handle bars. Looks like it just snapped off. It just irks me when people don't leave things alone. But that's the chance you take when you sell at an auction like this one.
Couldn't get this rotated, but a great find if one is interested in comic books. I called Far Guy, as I know he has some interest in them. Don't know if he made it there to check them out.
The cut glass pitcher was cracked, but the carnival glass bowl and lid were in good condition. Wonder what amount of money they got for that.
Oh I would really love to have this. There were a row of cars that were going to be sold. Have always thought I'd look cute driving around town in a little yellow bug! Won't happen unless I get divorced and find myself a rich man! ha! Quite a few lawn mowers, a pontoon and a couple of tractors and boats, motors on trailers. There were two so called sale rings going on outside and also one inside. That is where really good collectibles and furniture are sold. It was so hot and muggy and indoors wasn't much better. Here are a couple of pictures that interested me inside.
There was another big Long Horn Cow head next to this one. The sellers number tag was stuck on it's nose. How would you like to have that looking at you from your wall? Not me. I think they're a beatiful animal, but wouldn't like them on my wall. I'm sure someone paid a big amount to have it preserved.
After checking out the auction I came home and spent the rest of the day working on the livestock youth auction paperwork from Saturday.Was busy with that until 8 pm last night. Took today off from that and worked today on making bean bags for the bean bag game that brother in law Don makes and sells. A wonderful start to the week.