Live On-Site Auction
Location: 650 N. Co Rd 25A, Asssembly Bldg – Miami Co Fairgrounds, Troy, OH 45373
Began:  10/14/10 at 9:30 AM EDT


Antiques, Toys, Tools, Fishing, Radios, Railroad & Barn Lanterns, Butter Churns, Coffee Grinders, Knives, Firearms, Etc.   


Held at the Assembly Building, Miami Co Fairgrounds.  From northbound I-75 take Exit 74 east on Rt 41, Main St, & then north on Elm at the Marathon.  From southbound I-75 take Exit 78 & continue south on Co. Rd. 25-A three miles to sale site.   

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2010     9:30 AM

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES:  Edison oak dome & flat top cased cylinder record players; 66 cylinders; oak wall telephone; Stromberg Carlson candlestick phone w/ bell box; Kellogg military green wooden box phone w/ Bakelite ear & mouth piece; 5 stereoscopes w/ 5 boxes of cards representing Sears & Roebuck, Panama Canal, Ethnic, Military, US street scenes, Japan & 5 from Yellowstone Park; notebook of glass negatives; few tin types; 10 oil lamps;  yard winder; 2 spinning wheels; wooden press; small meal grinder; Enterprise CI sausage stuffer; lard press; bee smokers;  pitcher pump; crocks & jugs incl Lemonade; Atlantic copper wash boiler w/ lid; apple peelers; cherry pitters; pea sheller; Enterprise raisin sheller; clamp on slicer; egg scales; bone & wooden handle flatware; 12 hole candle mold; spring scales; small CI stove/heater; flat, sad & Diamond White gas irons; 9 Wapak irons incl 1,2 , 5, 6,7 & 8; Wapak skillets incl Indian Head models; other CI cookware by Wagner & Griswold; lg CI planter kettle;   sleigh bells; 4 teacher’s brass hand bells;  sugar bucket; tin dinner pail;  2 flat top trunks; column front mantle clock;  3 cigar molds; Cut Plug dinner pail tobacco tins for Washington & Just Suits; window shade cutter; wall bracket lamp holders; box of lamp chimneys; vertical roll paper dispenser & others; cigar box of Buckeye Overall button; 2 cigar boxes of skeleton & other keys; wooden flash light; copper fire extinguisher; 3 carbide miner’s lamps; clamp on ice skates;   porcelain 1911 Ohio license plates & others; Model T auto lights; 2 Neverout early auto lamps; Klaxonet ooga horn; 2 wooden auto coils; Boyce Moto Meter radiator cap;  oil bottles & carrier; Auto Trade Directory, 1918;  etc.  Over 45 pocket watches by Illinois, Elgin, Gruen, Hamilton, Hampden, plus variety of dime store models; few wrist watches incl Gruen Curvex.  

TOYS: Hercules & The Giant tin litho W/U Ferris wheels; Other wind-up toys:  W. German deer w/ box; bird; chipmunk; rabbit; drummer & monkey drummer; Marx typewriter; Charlie Weaver B/O bartender; Push-M-Up, Jr marble game; small Jensen #60 steam engine; hand crafted model steam traction engine built by H. Roth of Greenville, Oh; power shovels; Johnson 25 HP toy outboard motor; Buddy L No. 3 ladder fire truck; Structo Omaha semi-dump truck; Structo camper w/ cloth cover; Tonka dump truck; JD tractor on steel; Slik Farmall; 1940’s red tin pick-up;  set of 12 Franklin Mint autos w/ wall display; ping-pong ball rifle; 10 toy pistols incl Kilgore Invincible, Kenton Kido, Hubley Trooper, etc;  2 modern era robots; 9 jars of marbles   & other toys; Banks (9): Lg wild boar, cash register, 3 mail boxes, 2 safes, wooden barrel & Coke Polar Bear plus more to be found!

BUTTER CHURNS:  Wooden box & cylindrical models; wooden stomp churn; 9 glass butter churns incl 2 qt Elgin w/ paper label, 3 styles of 3 qt Dazey & 2 styles of 4 qt Dazey;  2- 8 qt unmarked; 2 qt & 6 qt churn jars only; milk can; cream can.

COFFEE GRINDERS:  Golden Rule wall mtd from Columbus, Oh; Enterprise #100 wall mount, not complete; 16 wooden box style coffee grinders incl some w/ orig paper labels.

TOOLS & RELATED ITEMS from the shop & barn:  Wooden planes; Stanley #27 wood & iron plane &  #5 grooved btm plane, rough; braces; blow torches; wooden 7 prong pitch fork; 2 broad axes; buck saws; lg Albion chisel; cobbler’s hammers; wooden handle wrenches; draw knives; corn knife;  corn jobbers;  unusual shears; Barn Lanterns (15) incl Dietz Buckeye Dash, Little Wizard, Eclipse, Paull’s, Monarch, Highway Dept, etc.  Hog scrapers; wooden pulleys; ice tongs; rug beaters; wash boards &  myriad of other country items. 

FISHING: Over 100 wooden lures incl Pumpkin Seeds; PawPaw Watta Frog; Crazy Crawlers; Mice; Pikie Minnows, Crab Wiggler; Chuggers, Ding Bats & More!  Over 75 reels highlighted by BF Meek & Sons Blue Grass Reel, No. 33.  See list on website for more details but to incl bait casting, deep sea, fly reels, etc.  Two glass minnow traps; variety of misc rods; etc. Early Johnson & Hiawatha outboard motors in GC.

SWORD, KNIVES, FIREARMS:  Sword w/ sheath w/ 1873 inscription on blade; middle eastern sword; Collin’s machete; approx 75 pocket knives incl Case, Shrade, Uncle Henry, Boy & Girl Scout; etc;  str razors & strap; Stevens Mod 50-C .22 cal rifle; JC Higgins bolt action shotgun; H&R Bantam Weight Mod 922 revolver; H&R Safety Police revolver; Tower flintlock pistol &  2 other cap lock sgl shot pistols; Daisy 1000 Shot Mod 27, Mod 95-B L/A BB gun, # 25 slide action & Powerline 881 BB rifles; several BB pistols; etc.  Riker mount of lighters.

RADIOS (10):  Small FADA; Clarion 7 bar wood w/ curved face dial; Radiola 76ZX11; Emerson, Westinghouse, Motorola, Sparton Jr,  etc.

RAILROAD: Over 30 lanterns & related lighting incl Handlan St. Louis wall lamp, unusual Africa lamp & others in all styles w/ colored, clear, etched & embossed globes; Dietz Acme Inspector lantern; 2 Adams tail lights & 1 post light;  2 Lovell Dressell lamps; Nickel Plate torch; watering can; long spout oil can; 20 locks &
some keys;  etc.

MISCELLANEOUS:  Zither; old snare drum; 2 harmonica; 3 tube tin horn;  small sewing machine – British Zone of Germany;  2 microscopes w/ boxes; Cameras: Agfa Stillette & Clipper Special; Minolta 110 Zoom SLR streamlined, Kodak Jiffy & wooden box camera;   canes & walking sticks; misc golf clubs; sulky & jockey copper weather vane;  Atlas Master gum ball machine;  new floor model gum ball machine; Gramophone Sound Master replica record player w/ horn; pedal car replica of 1938 auto; 1940’s stroller;  9 Coke trays (red head lady & girl red feather hat); local bottles & other items of interest; McGuffey Readers & misc paper goods; foreign coins & currency; set of Royal Swirl china for 12; box of figural Avon bottles; etc.

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: You’ll like the variety of this offering, as Mr. Finfrock was a valued customer at many events & his collection reflects the country antiques of southwestern Ohio.   Check the website for further details at as more items are discovered,  but more than that, Please Plan to Attend to benefit from the full scope of this offering!   


Jerry Stichter, CAI – Auctioneer  –  Scott Pence, Auctioneer

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