Collector of more than 30 years Rex Nicoll is clearing his shed and more than 600 lots will be up for auction this Sunday.
“There are many interesting household, farm, garage and shed items to be found,” he said.
Lots include an historic 1901 Doulton Federation of Australia jardinière featuring Queen Victoria and Sir Henry Parks, a cast iron Michelin Man, 1903 and 1904 gold sovereigns, 1970s Moran leather lounge, genuine 1880s cheetah pelt, 1900s bullocky timber jib, a Tipperary milk can, original 1930s 6 x Blue enamelled canisters, six foot marble top table with metal base, a number of uranium glass pieces, a Nazi WWII arm band, an embossed Energol oil bottle with a tin top, a large copper and brass gun powder transporter from the Boer War, old corn grinder on stump, old corn thresher and well as lots of quality and restorable furniture.
The auction will take place in the Agricultural Hall at Taree Showground at 10am Sunday, September 17.
The Auction Queens has every photo and the catalogue up on their website. It is a sit down auction with photos of the lot being sold on a screen.
There is a special viewing of the lots this Saturday September 16 from 8am until 1pm and from 8am on auction day.
Taree Show Society will provide catering.