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May 13

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Terms: All items sold “as is/where is”. All buyers must present proper ID. Checks from established customers or call for check approval. All sales are final. Bring screw guns and marking tags
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Large Estate Auction


May 13th - 10 AM

 Woodland, MI 


Directions: M-43/M-50 to M-66 (Woodbury corners) then south on M-66 3.5 miles to 3343 N. Clark Rd. (M-66), Woodland... Watch for auction signs.

William “Wild Bill” Hager was a sportsman’s sportsman, filling his days with fishing, trapping, camping, and family pursuits. We are pleased to offer his estate at public auction for all to enjoy and continue his legacy of outdoor life. Here is a sampling of the 100’s of items included in this outstanding auction

Sporting Goods: Bear, fox and other traps; Gun cabinet; Honda quad; Fishing equipment; Rod & reel sets; Antique double barrel shotguns; Military rifle; Turkey, fish, goose on other mounts; Reloading equipment and supplies; Vintage Artic Cat snowmobile; Vintage Fox Trac snowmobile; Four passenger fiberglass paddle boat; Two vintage Evinrude outboard motors; Camping items with cots, stoves etc; Metal detector; Deer and beaver skins; Ice fishing equipment; Dipping nets; Vexilar fish finder…


Antiques & Collectibles:  Nice Koken barber chair; Large and varied collection of antique cast iron and metal saws, tools, and vintage “Man Cave” decorative items; Oak rocking chairs; Antique sorter; Antique tub stand: Vintage traffic lights; Platform scales; Butcher scales; Vintage beer and other advertising signs; Wash boards; Civil War photos; Oak hall tree; Flat-top trunks; Kettles and vintage cooking equipment; Political buttons; Draw shaves; Lanterns;  Steins; Wooden bowls and mashers; GWTW and kerosene lamps; Inuit carvings; Wooden pulleys; Gingerbread clock; Sleigh bells; Traffic lights; Antique dressers and furnishings...


Lawn – Garden - Shop: Large grouping of quality tools including socket sets, wrenches, and bench tools; Several metal tool cabinets; Air compressor; Allis-Chalmers 12-hp lawn tractor with blade, thatcher, and tiller attachments; Gas auger; Two eight-foot picnic tables; Wheel barrow; Shop vacs; Chain saw; Large lawn roller, groomer and sprayer; Lincoln welder and rods; Electric smoker; Card tables; Pipe vise; BBQ grills; Electric limb saw; Battery charger; Ladder; C-clamps; Plumbing tools and supplies; New leaf blower; Weed trimmers; Flat-screen TV; 8-track system; Household goods and small appliances; Treadle sewing machine…

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Terms: All items are sold as is/where is. Cash, or check from established customers (call for check approval). Refreshments and facilities on grounds. Bring your vans and screw guns!

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