|More harness and lawn ornament|
|Ball and chain used at one of the Washington prisons.|
|Hand hitched shoo fly. Made in one of the Washington prisons. Sold for about $250|
|This is the old Welsh spotted harness.|
|Horse collars in different styles. These went from $40 to $150 depending on style and condition.|
|One of the assistants who helps the auctioneer spot bids and help entertain the crowd.|
|This was the wagon that I was thinking of getting for Blessi. One of these years, I would like to|
drive Blessi on the John Wayne trail and be able to haul a tent and food for several days. I did not bid on this
wagon. It went for about $200 but would have required a lot of renovation. Whoever bought it took it home
and relisted it on Craigslist for $600--with no restoration.
|Some of the antiques and Americana|
|This was absolutely my favorite--a courting carriage. Don't you love the upholstered heart. The small driver's seat|
in the front folds down so that the gentleman can drive from the shared seat if needed. Price $2800.
|Reproduction hearse Final bid was $5500 but there was no sale at that price.|
|This is a buckboard. To qualify as a buckboard it has to be constructed like this--I think the floor needs to be on springs.|
I am unsure of the finer points of vehicle identification. Price $1950.
|This chuck wagon and pup wagon went for $4500.|
|This is only one area in which tack to be auctioned off was stored.|
|The highest bid for this reproduction stagecoach was $15000. It went for no sale since the owner would not take the bid.|
|Blessi and Lysh|