Auction Of Country Store and Americana Starts Off The New Year on brings another exciting auction up for live bidding from an outstanding auctioneer on January 3rd, 2015. The Auction Mill, from Omaha, Nebraska, is broadcasting a live auction with 299 lots of a great variety of quality country store and Americana collectibles. This auction will feature country store collectibles, advertising, radios, art pottery, phonographs, coin ops, vintage slot machines, clocks, scales, salesman samples, coca cola, gas and oil, a host of signs and telephones, and move. There are so many categories to choose from that any collector will find a treasure to bring home. Registration for this auction is open now on through its industry leading technology, in a secure environment, using Facebook or Google Plus accounts, or a simple email address.

The goal of the Auction Mill is to satisfy the needs of every client in a manner that generates the highest return, in an ethical, professional, and efficient manner. They conduct weekly consignment auctions which host a wide variety of household items and collectibles. They also provide auctions in areas such as real estate, business liquidations, surplus inventory, and bankruptcy sales. Each auction provides a great experience for both live bidders and online bidders, and they stand behind their work with the best customer service possible.

There are a lot of very interesting advertising signs in this auction. At the front of the sale in Lot 10, is a well preserved sign from Ingersoll Watches and Clocks. This is a double sided porcelain sign that measures 28 inches by 12 inches. For collectors of Cola advertising, Lot 18 is worth looking at. This is a vintage Sun Drop Cola Pop advertising tin thermometer. This is another well preserved sign and the added feature of a thermometer makes it a nice addition. Both signs are open for bidding and will sell to the highest bidder.

Slot machine buyers can find some interesting pieces as well. There is a great Jennings Sun Chief Quarter twenty five cent slot machine up at Lot 192 in the online catalog. This machine will look great in a collection and is in good condition. There are 9 photos currently up for viewing on and some bids have already been placed. This will sell to the highest bidder on auction day, January 3rd.

An absolute must have is a cash register showing in the online catalog at Lot 194. This is a National Bass Cash Register model umber 130. It has the original top sign and is sure to be a conversational piece. The Auction Mill has provided 10 photos of several angles of the register in order to give the best possible depiction. All lots, including this one, can be browsed via at any time up until the auction.

While the holiday season is over, collectors can still continue to reward themselves by visiting The Auction Mill via and buying their favorite collectibles. This auction is broadcasting live from Omaha, Nebraska on January 3rd, 2015 at 10 AM Central Time. Absentee bidding is now open to the public, and live bidding will be available on auction day using any PC, Mac, Tablet, or smartphone device. Registration is quick and simple only at