Hack's Auction is currently postponing all upcoming sales due to the COVID19 Pandemic. The Illinois State Executive Stay at Home Order has us taking a break while public gatherings are not allowed. We are working to provide an online platform as an option for upcoming auctions. We are a family business and appreciate all of our friends and relationships that come through serving Northern Illinois with auctions for more than 60 years. We hope the measures being taken to address the COVID19 viral outbreak will allow everything to get back to normal soon. Please feel free to call or email us with any questions or inquiries for upcoming auctions. We hope you're safe and look forward to seeing everyone in the future!
Keystone Water Pump Tower
Sold January 1st, 2010, Hack's 22nd Annual New Year's Day Auction in Pecatonica, IL
"Kardov Flour" Jade-Ite Rolling Pin
Sold Jan. '07 at Hack's Annual New Years Day Auction.
Bing Brown Mohair Teddy Bear
Fine example of an early Teddy Bear sold Nov. 6, 2005 at Hack's Antique Center
Old Sleepy Eye Brown & White Stein
Sold on New Year's Day 2008 at Hack's Antique Auction Center in Pecatonica.
Peg Lamp, circa 1860
Sold Feb. 1, 2004
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Blue & White Stoneware Adv. Rolling Pin
Sold 2/29/04 at Hack's Antique Center. Excellent example of blue and white advertisement.
1963 Chicago Coin Texas Ranger Gatling Gun
Sold at Hack's Antique Center - Feb. 20, 2005
Early Race Horse/Jockey Weather Vane
A Wonderful Piece! Sold Jan. 1st 2010 at Hack's Antique Auction Center
Early Barrel-Operated Coin-Op Piano
A Beautiful Piece! Sold New Year's Day 2008 at Hack's Antique Auction Center.
Buddy L Aerial Fire Truck
Sold Jan. 1, 2010 at Hack's Antique Center. 1929 Buddy L Toy Truck in original condition.
Eloi Van Der Meulen Coin-Op Cabinet Grand Barrel-Operated Piano Music Box
This Massive Musical Cabinet, circa 1890 and in working condition, Sold Jan. '07 at Hack's Annual New Years Day Auction.
Arequipa Art Pottery Shouldered Vase
Sold at Hack's Antique Auction Center, Nov. 26, 2004. This circa 1911 matt green vase was produced at the Arequipa Sanitarium in Fairfax, Calif.