DePuy's Auction Service
A Full Service Auction Company Since 1971
In Mohave County, AZ, Since 1992

Sat., Feb., 19th - 8:00 AM PREVIEW, 9:30 AM start

1990 E Jagerson Ave., Kingman, AZ

PLEASE NOTE (1):  This sale is being held at the College Park Community Center & not at the Fairgrounds.  See directions below.

PLEASE NOTE (2):  We are pleased to sell the Estate of the late Bob & Carma Yost. Bob was the long time Director of the Mohave Museum in Kingman, and he, along with Carma, were known collectors.  Expect a full day and bring your lunch or order from local eateries.  No consignments will be accepted for this sale.  Please click on pictures to enlarge.

  Mosler "cannonball" safe from the Idaho 1st bank.


vintage soda fountain counter; collection of soda fountain mixers; ice cream parlor table & chairs; ice cream parlor stools; vintage blue Pepsi Cola cooler; Coca Cola cooler; Thermmaster cooler; Cronko Port-O-Rator cooler; seltzer bottles; 1950's dressed mannequin; Hamilton Beach mixer; Popa-Lot popcorn machine; Western Field by Hawthorne cooler; Coke & Pepsi crates; & more.


Faber, Chicago, fold up portable organ; Farrano & Votey, Detroit, cottage organ; Wurlitzer table record selector; player piano with stool; old & new piano rolls; Kompact Player Music Co. portable phonograph; Edison oak 78RPM record player & thick records; VM portable record player; Zenith radio on stand; Spartan radio; transistor radios; LP records; & more,


pair of turquoise decorated spurs; large copper jelly kettle; large set of steer horns; Royal Blue cream separator; milk & cream bottles; butter churns; Maytag wringer washer & tub; collection of sadirons; branding irons; ore bucket; fire hydrant; saddles; horse collars & hames; large & small insulators; horse drawn scoop; steel wheelbarrow; ice tongs; vintage tools; wagon seat; platform scales; 8 gallon crock; push cultivator; farm bell; pedal grinder; early hand cart; jack hammer; hand pump; vintage electric exercise bike; carved squirrel & armadillo; traps;  bottles; blowtorches; & more.


Sears "Diesel" pedal tractor; Cabbage Patch dolls; Barbie & Ken dolls in case; Betty McCall Pretty Pac carrying case; 1940's Erector sets; comic books; marbles; toy steam engines; Wild Bill Hickok lunch box; child's barrel rocker; & more.

1942 Russell N Porter calendar; Hart, Schaffner & Marx poster; books & manuscript - "That Cowboy From Burro Creek", author signed by Grace Neal; & more.


US Navy telescope; Emil J Paidar, Chicago, barber chair; Talk Pix talking sales with pictures; Eagle Brand drinking water bag; L & H porcelain electric range; GE refrigerator with top compressor; Iron Rite ironer; Victorian Eastlake marbletop dresser; Empire fancy carved clawfooted sofa; padlocks incl. Union Pacific; Native American items incl. carpets, pottery, & ceremonial staff; Detex-Newman watchman clock; 5 cent slot machine - "Lotus Inn"; 25 /35 cent stamp dispenser; Irwin Seating Company, Grand Rapids, MI, theater seat; Minneapolis thermometer/clock; foul ball from the 1951 NY Yankees vs.  Cleveland Indians game; license plate collection; kerosene lamps incl. bracket; photography items; prints incl. "Talking Well"; can opener collection; croquet set; Kenmore hair dryer on stand; SS Minnow Monrovia life preserver; Warren Pump vacuum cleaner; stick telephone; oak wall telephone; advertising items; wardrobe trunk; vintage clothing; compotes on Frank Whiting sterling bases; sterling cup holders; chenille bedspread; collection of lighters; Chatillon store scales; flatware incl. sterling; goofus glass; cut & pressed glass; amethyst glass incl. table lamp; slag glass lamps; birdcage; "stove" lamp; bank paper money; tokens incl. NB; miniature coins; Smith Premier portable typewriter; Kenmore vintage toaster; bottles & more.


collection of Franklin Mint carousel horses; park bench; 4 piece pine bedroom set; glass topped metal based coffee table; black powder hammer gun; Max-Bowflex exerciser; Victor Smoke Hollow grill; & more.

TERMS:  cash, check with ID, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, & debit cards. Standard 10% buyer's premium.  Everything is sold "as is, where is".  Buyers are responsible for their purchases when auctioneer says "sold".  All sales are final unless misrepresented.  All purchases must be paid for before buyer leaves the premises, unless prior arrangements are made with the Auctioneers.  Announcements by auctioneers at the sale take precedence over printed matter,  Upon registration to bid, buyer agrees to these terms of sale.

DIRECTIONS:  Take I-40 exit 51 and turn NORTH (away from the Fairgrounds) on to Stockton Hill Rd.  Drive through the business district and pass Northern Ave.  Go a few blocks and turn right on Jagerson (by the El Rancho Restaurant).  The Community Center is on the right behind the church.  Please use VanNuys St. entrance.  ARROWS

Dave & Fran DePuy
551 Christy Plz., Kingman, AZ  863409
office telephone:  (928) 692-9404
Dave's cell phone: (928) 279-3757