Room Pictures (as of May 29, 2024)

Amazing Solid Brass Ships Telegraph – Made in Liverpool or London. Kerosene night Light C: 1890s – 1910
The top room the second floor has an array of awesome antiques. Stained glass lamps, duck and geese decoys, mahogany desk, lightning rods, numerous oils lamps and much more.
This view of the top room shows the lightning rods, beautiful water pitchers and bowls, and the 1890’s Oak and Metal Cash Drawer.
We have a large selection of Isabel Bloom figurines. Most rooms display artwork by Sheryl Lammers from Davenport, IA. See the Bobcat? It is oil on canvas by Sheryl.
Top tier of the WW2 cabinet in the military room. Amazing “Real History”!
Bottom tier of the WW2 cabinet in the military room. Amazing authentic WW2 items.
The wood cabinet along the north wall of the entrance room has a large collection of authentic fighting knives from multiple countries.
The window display has authentic bayonets and machetes from various different countries.
The WW2 cabinet contains several authentic fighting knives, medals and ribbons. Under this cabinet is a pair of authentic leather Nazi soldier boots. Real history should never be forgotten.
This section of the military room has many types of first responder helmets as well as military service soldier owned helmets. On top of the display are several collectible railroad lamps.
This shelf in the military room contains hundreds of Non-military books and magazines.
In the north-east corner of the military room, you will see one of two military book shelves. We literally have hundreds of military books that contain “Real History”.
The circular clothes rack in the middle of the military room contains soldier-owned military uniforms and fatigues from almost all of the armed services.
The toy room on the second level has several high quality rocking chairs. Vintage and antique sleds and highchairs as well.
The toy room has several antique and vintage peddle cars. Some with beautiful restoration.
This John Deere Tractor and Wagon is beautifully restored. We call the top shelf our “Fixer Upper” shelf containing more heavily used items that can be used for parts.
This Victorian Wardrobe in the toy room contains dozens of puzzles (used once). Additionally, we have several hand-made quilts from a local quilt designer Judy Greco.
Many good quality children’s sleds.
Huge vintage wooden toboggan.
In the center of the toy room there are numerous collectible toy tractors. Vintage Pepsi bottles. Large collection of comic books as well.
In most rooms you will see Deb Musal’s artwork being displayed. Her artwork is featured on pillows and greeting cards.
Fun collectible salt and pepper shakers. Very unique brass oil dual oil lamps and more examples of Deb Musal’s artwork printed on comfy pillows.
The kitchen room contains a wide selection of crocks and jugs of all shapes and sizes.
Vintage and antique carpenter tools are available in the kitchen room.
This shelf in the kitchen room have a variety of vintage items. Original Fiesta ware, many unique (and in working condition) coffee grinders, enamel ware, butter churns and much more.
In the main entrance we have a cabinet with Civil war items on the top shelf. The bottom shelf contains several shapes and sizes of authentic arrowheads found here in the midwest.
This view of the entrance room shows the post cards we have on sale. It also shows a display of hand-made pierced earrings made from vintage beads and crystals and done by a local artist. The glass cabinet contain more collectible comic books, several vintage camera, vintage cap guns, rare salemans stove, authentic WWII telescope, several cannons including two “Big Bang” cannons. On the wall behind the front desk we have several authentic swords and scabbards, Horse Brass items and many other unique and rare items.
The cabinet in the entrance room has a wide variety of collectibles like cast iron toys, authentic coca cola trays, spongeware collection and much more.
The glass cabinet contain more collectible comic books, several vintage camera, vintage cap guns, rare salemans stove, authentic WWII telescope, several cannons including two “Big Bang” cannons. On the wall behind the front desk we have several authentic swords and scabbards, Horse Brass items and many other unique and rare items.
The “Jewelry Corner” is always changing. We have vintage costume necklaces, pierced earrings, clip earrings, and bracelets priced to move. In the cabinet we have beautiful selection of fine jewelry and gold pocket watches.
The living room at the cottage has beautiful pieces of mission cabinets, fun collection of cast iron door stops and several types of Mary Gregory and Fenton glassware. The bent glass case on top of the display case has twelve rare antique pistols and revolvers, all over 100 years old.
In the south-west corner of the living room is a large collection of unique walking canes. See the awesome original “Box and Pole” Fire Alarm Box? C: 1923-1930 and has all working gears.
We always have several scents of hand-made soaps and candles on hand.
We re-stock our silver coin cabinet several times a year. We have all types of coins, including coin sets.
This corner of the living room shows the beautiful wash cabinet, davenport desk and drop-leaf quarter sawn secretary desk.
To help out with the higher cost of everything, we have reduced the price on our gorgeous jardiniere pottery.
The front room on first floor display many more of Deb Musal’s original acrylic paintings. Inside the cabinet is a large collection of unique German beer steins.
The front room has two tall clocks from the 1700s that are in working condition, as well as several other antique clocks. See the wonderful ornate desk in the middle of the room. There are two cabinets of small items in the front room.
Stunning mission sideboard cabinet. They don’t make them like this anymore!
Fully refurbished barber chair and the prices has been reduced. Hand-crafted doggie scarves made by a cottage employee Dawn Burke. Large collection of vintage thimbles. Last but not least, the “Longcase” clock C: 1780, has key and is in working condition.
Beautifully restored Carousel House C: 1926 has been reduced in price by 30% to make room for new inventory.

Antiques and Fine Art