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The Walloon Lake Estate of J.D. Anderson- Founder of ANDERSON ARCHERY

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1/9/2014 9am to 4pm (Thu)
1/10/2014 9am to 4pm (Fri)
1/11/2014 9am to 4pm (Sat)
1/12/2014 10am to 2pm (Sun)
The Estate Sale is located 2.5 miles south of US-31 or 1.3 miles off Intertown Rd. Follow the signs.

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(616) 994-3050
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THIS IS NOT AN AUCTION...IT IS A TAGGED AND PRICED SALE!
Numbers will be given out at 8:00 am on THURSDAY , January 9 for order of entry. Sign up sheets will NOT be honored.
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express Accepted.
NO CHECKS will be accepted per request of the family. Due to the nature of this sale NO CHILDREN UNDER 18 WILL BE ALLOWED TO ENTER ANY BUILDING ON THE PROPERTY!
NO STROLLERS OR BAGS WILL BE PERMITTED INTO SALE.
You are responsible for safe removal of purchase by NOON on Sunday.
WE DO NOT MOVE OR HELP MOVE ANY ITEM - YOU MUST ARRANGE FOR YOUR OWN HELP.
ENTER THE ESTATE PROPERTY AT YOUR OWN RISK - NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS OR INJURY.

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Jan 7 at 10:00pm- UPDATE!!!!!  If you would like to see the inside the house before the sale begins below is the link to the local news coverage on Channels 4 & 7 in Traverse City/Petoskey.  Thanks Nathan Edwards!

http://www.upnorthlive.com/news/story.aspx?id=991479#.Usyhsn-9KSM

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The Walloon Lake Estate of J.D. Anderson- Founder of ANDERSON ARCHERY

J.D. Anderson, founder of Anderson Archery Corporation in Grand Ledge, Michigan, had a tremendous respect for nature, hunting & the open water and is evident in every room of his gigantic 12,000 sq. ft. estate on Walloon  Lake in Petoskey, MI.  Massive pieces of wood from recovered Great Lakes shipwrecks pepper this rambling estate.  The home, known as simply The Anderhof by friends and family, is brimming with interesting and unique pieces and rich with history.  It truly is remarkable.  

The Anderhof Estate is scheduled for demolition so, in additon to the entire contents of the house, guest house, garages and outbuildings being sold,  ALL OF THE FIXTURES WILL BE SOLD, as well!!!  That includes anything and everything that can be removed.  Gargage doors, cabinets, lighting, windows, sinks, plumbing, electrical, walls, floors, doors, etc.  BRING TOOLS & A HELPER IF YOU WANT FIXTURES.  If it can be removed...it's for sale.

SALE ITEMS:   

20ft Amish Oak Dining Set with 22 matching arm chairs, 1800's Scottish Grandfather Clock, Shipwreck rudder table Queen City, Shipwreck coffee table, Shipwreck mantel piece, Regina 1901 coin operated music box with 35 discs. #10 out of 70 of this model made, Bronze "The Packer" 1970 By John P. Klassen, Wright Brothers Model .0026 sterling silver, Royal Doulton vase soft paste porcelain, pre-1891, Fire engine coffee table copper & brass, Ships wheel table 8ft dia., Ships wheel chandelier "Maasbracht" NED OTCR001 St. Jozef Port in Netherlands 1880's, Whirleygig Pussywillow II, Clock regulator case "Athena" carved 1870's-1880's Waterbury Clock Co., Brumms large wall hanging 9'9" long, Stained glass window from St. Michaels Catholic Church in Grand Ledge, MI., Grill and griddle restaurant style, 1945 Willys Military Jeep, 1976 Mercedes 450 SEL 4 door sedan, Tiffany 24" hanging light fixture, Bronze "A lesson well learned" 1979.  Many brass ship parts, Red Crown Gasoline 42" porcelin sign, Red Crown Gasoline pump globes, Woodard wrought iron patio furniture, Antique slot machine, Antique coin operated horse racing machine, Royal Princess stove, Archery equipment, fishing rods, reels, tackle, bear traps, Antique phone booth with payphone, Brass bed, Craftsman, Snap-on tools, many hand, power, and lawn tools, snow blower, lawn mower, leaf blower and vacuum, power washer, large bellow, snow sleds, dog cage, 2 sofa sectionals, Skis and poles, watersports, duck boat, sewing maching, antique steamer trunk, bicycles, snowmobile sleigh, Antique round oak dining table with ball & claw foot pedestal base, set of 14 oak dining chairs,  and much more!!!  Vintage Canon AE-1 film camera with additional Vivitar lens, vintage Polaroid Sonar OneStep SX-70, vintage SHELL gas can, Brother sewing machine, large Japanese fishing float used in the Bering Straits, Crouse Hinds Co.- Condulet, Crescent miniature cast iron stove, brass porthole with mirror, 15" Cleat (boat/dock tie down), 16 piece Byers' Choice LTD Christmas Carolers, Dietz Majestic Headlight, vintage Shur-Stop Fire Extinguisher Kit from Shurline International...has 3 original glass "grenades" FABULOUS AND RARE!!!  Dept. 56 Snow Village VERY RARE Mission Church, The Adobe House ,  Mobile Home (2 available), Custom made log splitter, The "Million Dollar" Razor, Citizen yachting watch, Paillard vintage Bolex video camera with film, Approx. 18 ft. Antique dinghy in great condition, 2 masts and sails from 13ft. Sunfish, 1928 Ford Model A fire truck

 

ARTWORK-

 

"Eskimo Night Fire"/John Clymer/ 1972/ # 567/760

"Elk"/Guy Coheleach/ embossed

"A Wilderness Heritage" / Fellows, California/ #73/1000

"The Long Knives" /Frank McCarthy/ 1985/ #119/1000 includes paperwork

"Along the West Fork"/ Frank McCarthy/ 1984

"Yukon Jack" /promotional piece/ 1974

"No Hunting" /Charles Denault/ #747/750

"Something for the Pot"/ Paul Calle/ 1978/ #478/950

"Whitetail Buck"/ Robert W. Plasschaert/ 1982/ #23/25 artists proof

"Mountain Man"/ Paul Calle/ 1978/ #828/950

"Waiting for the Freeze"/ Bonnie Marris/ 1989/ #191/1000

"Whisper Quiet"/Charles Denault/ 1989/ #409/950

"Bird Hunt"/ David Hagerbaumer/ 1976/ 125/450

"National Wild Turkey Federation"/ David Hagerbaumer/ 1980/ #929/950

"Northern Exposure"/ Mary C. Demroske/ 1993/ #5/195

"Racoons in River"/ T. Isaac 1/2 tone / 1990/ # 1017/1500

"Wolf on Cliff" / Dietmar Crumrey/ 1980/ #90/850 & #79/850

"Whitetails on Ridge" / W. Meineke/ 1984/ #578/650

"Winter Indians" / Teyming ???/ 1978/ # 182/580

"Bobcat Dinner" / Jonas Bros. Denver, CO/

"Eagle" - embossed /Guy Coneleach

"Wolf Pair" / Daniel Pierce/ 1985/ #182/580

"Wolf Pack in Moonlight" /Robert Bateman/ 1978/ #302/950

USPS Duck Stamp with picture & anniversary gold seal/ Scholer/ 1982/ #1798/6700

"Bear Picnic" / Molly Brett

"Big Dogs"/ stone lithograph/ H. R. Poors/ Philadelphia

USPS Michigan Waterfall Stamp with picture/ Andrew Curzman/ 1979/ #52/700

Wright Ex "Vin Fiz" with origianl piece of fabric! 

"Lest We Forget"-  8th Airforce, signed buy airmen/ William S. Phillips/ with paperwork/ 1985/ #590/1250

"Sunrise" / Charles Denault/ 1986/ #289/450

"The Streetcar Boats" - Lake Minnetonka- includes ORIGINAL HULL PLANK NAIL from The Minnehaha/ Kurt Carlson/ 1983/ #206/300

"South American" -includes in frame an original Pass ticket- remarked/ 1993/ #206/300

framed Duck Stamp Collection

"Yellow Lab Puppy with Honker Decoy" / Les Anderson Jr./ #90/500

"Black Lab Puppies Swim" / Tara Moore/ 1979/ #116/850

"Call of the North" - sealed paper

"Mountain Lion" - colored 1/2 tone dots / Charlie Frace/ 1978

"Cheetah"- 600 dot (very high) / Richard Evans Younger/ 1972/ #156/?

"Elephant" / Guy  Coheleach

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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