TWIBELL LIVING ESTATE AUCTION

Tuesday, June 08, 2021

Legacy Auction Group & Realty
Normal auction terms.
13000 NW 81st Street, Kansas City, MO US
LIVING ESTATE AUCTIONTuesday, June 8th 5:30PM13000 NW 81st Street, Kansas City, MO 64152 (Near Parkville) Boat Older boat with outboard motor on trailer, clear Missouri title Firearms NOTE: ALL FIREARMS HELD OF

LIVING ESTATE AUCTION

Tuesday, June 8th 5:30PM

13000 NW 81st Street, Kansas City, MO 64152 (Near Parkville)

 

Boat

 

Older boat with outboard motor on trailer, clear Missouri title

 

Firearms

 

NOTE: ALL FIREARMS HELD OFF-SITE UNTIL AUCTION DAY. 

Springfield Model #15 .22; Sears Model #41-103 .22; Winchester Model #12 20 gauge; J.P. Wilkinson double barrel 20 gauge; 1889 Swiss M3; Triumph Model #51922B 20 gauge breech; Winchester Model #94 30-30; Winchester Ranger 30-30; large gun cabinet; gun cases; etc.

 

Furniture

 

Claw foot oak curved curio cabinet-very nice; dark mahogany lighted curio cabinet; 1940’s Duncan Phyfe mahogany buffer-rough; newer oak dining table & (6) chairs; 1940’s copper-lined smoke stand; pair mid-century vinyl barstools w/ chrome bases; white painted wicker cabinet; dark oak sofa table; oak bookcase; television stand; brass rack; several overstuffed chairs; computer desks; mahogany quilt rack; white painted dresser w/ tri fold mirror & matching nightstand; dark oak 4-poster bed frame; painted deco end table w/ 2 drawers; oak side tables; nice oak glider rocker; sofas; early 1900’s 4-drawer serpentine-front dresser-rough; small hall table; several child’s chairs; antique trunk; mid-century 2-tier end table; etc.

 

Collectibles

 

Metal red wagon; taxidermy buck mount; sizable collection glass perfume bottles; art glass; knick-knacks; Russian blue porcelain trinket box; Willow Tree; early Asian bone box-unusual; mid-century smokestand; silverplate; Noritake “White Brook” china set-complete; Platzgraff stoneware set-complete; glassware & crystal; TWA memorabilia including posters; Corelle; vintage Pyrex-some “Crazy Daisy;” 1940’s Johnson & Johnson “First Aid Autokit;” quilts & quilt-tops; Melmac ware; pair brass andirons; sunburst wall clock; few pieces carnival glass-some Fenton; pottery; large framed gilt mirror; large Behringer speaker; Peavey 300 channel preamp mixer; stereo equipment & turntables; vintage toys-some Fisher-Price; Union Pacific Railroad calendars; taxidermy quail; early gas-powered toy airplane; camera equipment; (2) Canon EOS Rebel cameras; Sony 4K Handycam; Coach purse; professional DJ equipment including a NuMark turntable, lighting, etc.; large set Playboy mugs; 1940’s Philco radio; Ideal Crissy doll in org. box; cigarette lighters; advertising playing cards; art glass turtle lamp; brass chandelier-1970’s; costume jewelry; decanters; & much more!

 

Outdoors, Tools & Household

 

Concrete birdbaths; Thermos BBQ grill-like new; wrought-iron ornamental pieces; Toro 6.5HP lawn mower; folding lawn chairs; yard, hand & power tools; extension cords; Craftsman electric leaf blower; Homelite electric leaf blower; bolt bins; shop cabinets-some metal; lots hardware; much holiday decor; wall art; some NIB Pampered Chef items; kitchen goods; small kitchen appliances; NIB items; chemicals; Easy Home dehumidifier; exercise bike; Danby mini refrigerator; smaller Emerson flat panel TV; sewing notions; linens; Tupperware; large cedar martin bird house; assorted yard art; planters; lamps; books; toys; board games; barware; MANY BOX LOTS; & much more!

 

Gayla Twibell Living Estate

 

Auctioneer’s Note: This is a large and varied auction with much more than what is listed or pictured with a nice selection of firearms. The attic is packed full of many unopened boxes. Make plans now to attend!

 

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