Collections from around the World!

2728 Itasca Ave. S

Lakeland, MN

Saturday, June 9

8:30 to 3:00

(numbers at 8:00)

Sunday, June 10

8:30 to 2:00

Monday, June 11

9:30 to 2:00

Tuesday, June 12

9:30 to 2:00

Parking Update:   Please park on the road- one side only, do not park where there are stakes and stay off the grass, thank you.

1977 Porsche Targa  911                                                                     $39,000 (reduced)

VIN#  9117311365

101,000 miles/Excellent condition (164,000 kilometers)

2004 Mercedes-Benz C Class C240                                            $6,900

VIN#WDBRH81J54F496663
Style / Body: Wagon 4D
Engine: 2.6L V6 EFI
Country of Assembly: Germany
80,454 miles/excellent condition

2008 Mercedes-Benz C Class C300                                    $8,900/Sold

 

Bonsai-   Our client is a master bonsai horticulturist and takes great care and pride in his bonsai collection.  Unfortunately he has decided to not be present.  He would like you to put your name and phone number on any bonsai or garden tables, etc.  that you are interested in purchasing.  He would like to call you and give you information regarding your selection, price, etc.  If you put your name on  a bonsai, you are not obligated to purchasing.  The bonsai will not be discounted at any time.  The bonsai are valued between $50 – $500, and many at least 25 years old.  Please note that you will not be able to take a bonsai home during the sale, sorry.

2001 Ducati RS 748

10,018 miles/Excellent condition

Vin # ZDM1SB3R91B010007

$4,200.00

 

2003 Aprilia Model SPA RS 50

3,590 miles/Excellent condition

Vin # ZD4PGF0043S001260

$2,800.00

 

2002 Ninja Kawasaki Pivot EX250-F

4,700 miles/Excellent condtion

Vin # JKAEZMF112A087956

$1,800.00

 

2000 Buell Model Blast P3

4,000 miles/Excellent condition

Vin#4MZKP13C9Y3501247

$1,350.00

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Treasures and collections from around the world such as Papua New Guinea, Thailand, India, China, Guatemala, Mozambique, South Africa, Mongolia, Kashmir, Turkey, Nepal, Morocco, Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, Vietnam, Egypt, Swaziland, Sumatra, Borneo, Tibet, Bali, Zimbabwe, Marqueses and many more

Woven Zulu baskets

Wood carved animals, such as owls, rhinos, hippos, elephants, giraffes (large, small all different sizes)

Kachina dolls including one from 19th century, all from Hopi Village

Sandal wood Elephants

Wood carved figurines all different sizes

Mongolian horse stirrups

Wooden boxes from Kashmir

Wood boxes from India

Walnut puzzle boxes

Wood Taki horse

Jewelry including prayer beads made of Amber, wooden skull Buddhist death beads, turquoise nuggets, turquoise and coral beads, yak beads, tribal necklaces and bracelets made of bone, shells and beads, brass and coconut necklaces, silver from Berber tribe,

White marble elephants from India

Masks from New Guinea, Guatemala, Borneo, Thailand

Shells and fossils

Laos headdress and belts and aprons

Teak bench sofas from India

Walnut bowl carved from Kashmir

Print blocks from India

Hindu stones

Fabrics, pillows, carpets and clothing from India, Argentina, Guatemala

Camel saddles

Thai figurines

Large horse figures from Rajasthan, India

Dolls from Peru in a shadow box

Wooden Foo Lion from Thailand

Opium pillows

Wooden camels with passengers from India

Binoculars from British Royal Navy

Hindu God Ganesha made of rosewood

Bronze statue god Shiva from Nepal

Pipes from Turkey, Borneo and more

Carved rib bone and skull

Buddha’s

Ceramic Buddhist shrine boat

Ushabti from Egypt

Doors and door frames and shutters, many other architectural pieces

Chairs from Guatemala and New Guinea

Tables and stools

Stone Walrus from Ellesmere Island

Kashi bowls and vases from Kashmir

Meditation wood figure from Sumatra

Ceremonial gong from Sumatra

Bird cages

Wooden ceremonial table from New Guinea

Moroccan dagger

Birds, giraffes and animals carved from stone (green and black)

Shelf made from doors from Rajasthan

Table with glass top made from door from Rajasthan

Hat from wig people from New Guinea

Large totems from New Guinea

Shields from New Guinea

Vases and bowls from Guatemala

Hopi vases

Pottery from Ming period of China

Guatemalan pottery figurines, large and small

Pre-Colombian figurines

Guatemalan dove-tailed large figures (goat, horse, etc.)

Wood painted chickens from Guatemala

Bone vertebra from whale

Carved Antelope

Verdite busts of male and female

Large black stone bust of warrior

Green stone hornbills

Tooth from sperm whale

Tea pots from China

Headdresses from Zambia and New Guinea

Large carved wood alligators

Carved wood turtles

Ostrich eggs

Snuff containers

Amulets

Rugs (Persian, Kilim, Silks) all sizes

Chinese zodiac stamps

Korans and holders

Lock and keys

Turkish ceramic eggs

So many items in this sale and all interesting, one of a kind

Art of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is well known all over the world for its hand-printed textiles, furniture, leatherwork, jewellery, painting, pottery and metal craft. The use of lively colors and flamboyant, fantasy designs is distinctive in all forms of arts and crafts of Rajasthan.It will be unfair to say that Rajasthani artists only make decorative items. Every household item in Rajasthan proves the statement false as we go through their embellished utensils, colorful attires, unique jewellery designs and embroidered shoes that infuse a new life and a cheerful look to the otherwise monotone of the desert sands.

Tibetan art,

“Himalayan art,” refers to the art of Tibet and other present and former Himalayan kingdoms (Bhutan, Ladakh, Nepal, and Sikkim). Tibetan art is primarily sacred art, drawing elements from the religions of Buddhism, Hinduism, Bon, and various tribal groups, and reflecting the over-riding influence of Tibetan Buddhism. Styles and subject matter can be identified by their composition and use of symbols and motifs. Individual paintings, sculptures and ritual objects are typically created as components of a much larger work such as an altar or the interior of a shrine. The earliest Tibetan art is pictures drawn with sculpted lines on rocks and cliff faces. Later rock art shows Buddhist influences. The iconographic art of India entered Tibet along with Buddhism in the ninth century and was gradually modified to include Tibetan themes and influences from Persia and China.

Collecting Shells

Conchology (from Ancient Greek: κόγχος konkhos, “cockle”) is the study of mollusc shells. Conchology is one aspect of malacology, the study of molluscs; however, malacology is the study of molluscs as whole organisms, whereas conchology is confined to the study of their shells.

West African Art

Artists who are from or who have lived in the geographic region of Western Africa, which includes the countries of Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Côte d’Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo. The appreciation of African art in the Western world has had an enormous impact not only on the development of modern art in Europe and the United States, but also on the way African art is presented in a Western museum setting. Although objects from Africa were brought to Europe as early as the fifteenth century, it was during the colonial period that a greater awareness of African art developed. The cultural and aesthetic milieu of late-nineteenth-century Europe fostered an atmosphere in which African artifacts, once regarded as mere curios, became admired for their artistic qualities.

Papua New Guinean Art

Papua New Guinean art has a long rich divers tradition. In particular, it is world-famous for carved wooden sculpture: masks, canoes and story-boards. Papua New Guinea also has a wide variety of clay, stone, bone, animal and natural die art. Many of the best collections of these are held in overseas museums.

Kilim Rugs

Kilim, a word of Turkish origin, denotes a pileless textile of many uses produced by one of several flatweaving techniques that have a common or closely related heritage and are practiced in the geographical area that includes parts of Turkey (Anatolia and Thrace), North Africa, the Balkans, the Caucasus, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Central Asia and China. Although at times you may find kilim rugs included in the general genre of “oriental rugs”, in more accepted practice kilims are in a class of their own. The major difference between a kilim area rug and a carpet or a pile rug is that whereas the design visible on a pile rugs is made by individual short strands of different color being knotted onto the warps and held together by pressing the wefts tightly, kilim designs are made by interweaving the variously colored wefts and warps, thus creating what is known as a flatweave.

Fossil collecting

Fossil collecting (some times, in a non-scientific sense, fossil hunting) is the collection of fossils for scientific study, hobby, or profit. Fossil collecting, as practiced by amateurs, is the predecessor of modern paleontology and many still collect fossils and study fossils as amateurs. Professionals and amateurs alike collect fossils for their scientific value.  A fossil (from Classical Latin fossilis; literally, “obtained by digging”)[1] is any preserved remains, impression, or trace of any once-living thing from a past geological age. Examples include bones, shells, exoskeletons, stone imprints of animals or microbes, hair, petrified wood, oil, coal, and DNA remnants. The totality of fossils is known as the fossil record.. Paleontology is the study of fossils: their age, method of formation, and evolutionary significance. Specimens are usually considered to be fossils if they are over 10,000 years old The oldest fossils are from around 3.48 billion years old to 4.1 billion years old. The observation in the 19th century that certain fossils were associated with certain rock strata led to the recognition of a geological timescale and the relative ages of different fossils. The development of radiometric dating techniques in the early 20th century allowed scientists to quantitatively measure the absolute ages of rocks and the fossils they host.

Willmatt Hill estate sales Estate Sales and their independent contractors are not responsible and not liable for removal of purchased items from our sales. Purchasers of the items are responsible to remove the items by the last day of sale, unless special arrangements would be made with the management of Willmatt Hill Estate Sales.
Purchasers are responsible for their own safety and for maintaining the condition of the item purchased during the removal process.
Willmatt Hill Estate sale is Accredited Member of Better Business Bureau with A rating
We do not “presell” or give anyone our prices in advance of the sale. On occasion some large ticket items will be posted “for immediate sale” and may be sold prior to the event dates. We treat everyone equally. Volume discount available on certain items, please ask.
All sales are final, and all items sold as is.
Know someone in need of moving, downsizing, or estate sale? Refer Willmatt Hill Estate Sales, and ask us about incentives for you.

Call (612) 462-2293

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