VERY GOOD PUBLIC AUCTION

THURS, AUG 10 – BROOKVILLE, OH


Antiques – Collectibles – Coins
Indian Artifacts – Tools – Toys
John Deere Lawn Tractor

Live On-Site Auction
Location: 316 Hay Avenue, BROOKVILLE, OH 45309
Began:  08/10/17 at 9:30 AM EDT

VERY GOOD PUBLIC AUCTION

Antiques – Collectibles – Coins
Indian Artifacts – Tools – Toys
John Deere Lawn Tractor

BROOKVILLE, OHIO
At 316 Hay Ave. From I-70 take Exit 21 south on Arlington Rd, then at the Chevrolet dealership, turn east on Wolf Creek & just east of the Central Business District, turn north on Hay to sale site. Our private consignors have rented the ground level hall of Flory’s Antique Depot to disperse their collections. This is a climate controlled facility w/ off street parking.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 2017 ~ TIME: 9:30 AM

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Very nice craftsman style brass & stained glass chandelier; 5 lamp chandelier; small Tiffany clock; small round face regulator clock; parlor clock; 2 marble clocks & cuckoo clock, as found; wooden wall telephone & bell box; long, narrow table w/ 2 drws, painted & in the rough; 2 wooden benches; over 20 pcs of blue-white sponge granite; grey & white granite coffee pots & more; brass pail; copper wash boilers; wash board; 20 plus crocks & jugs incl blue striped cooler w/ spigot; crock pitchers & bowls incl several in blue; 30 oil lamps in variety of styles, plus chimneys, burners, prisms, etc; grease lamps & other early lighting; carbide miner’s lamp; 2 hole candle mold; duck decoys; wall hat rack w/ mirror; wooden wall mtd board w/ loop hooks; cast iron items incl eagle snow bird; apple peeler; Griswold & other skillets; Piqua & Sidney 4” skillets; rat tail dippers, skimmers & forks; ice tongs; etc. Variety of kitchen utensils; nutmeg & cheese graters; pot scrubber; milk glass rolling pin; food grinders; ice cream dippers; clear & green cabinet jars; counter & apothecary jars; irons; crimper; wooden sewing shuttles; wooden clamp-on ice skates; cow bell; hog scrapers; horse collar & hames; coal buckets; galvanized sprinkling cans; metal egg carrier; Valentine Varnishes wooden box; Mt Hope cheese box by Kraft; 2 pantry boxes; White Villa & other adv tins; Winchester gun oil tin & similar items; Fischer’s 50 lb lard tin; Edgemont Crackers; tin dinner pails; cream can; lard dipper; tin barrel pump; wooden pulley; highway lanterns; Sandow truck wheel.  FISHING: Meisselbach “Flyer” & other bait casting reels; various rods; Heddon Crazy Crawler lure & 5 “Tiny” versions; box of miniature spoons; Al Fozz Shimmy Minnow; wooden pencil bobbers; minnow buckets; tackle & related items; wooden net floats; tackle shadow boxes; GI shovel & few military pcs; Naval buttons; modern pocket knives; brass binoculars; Cabela’s bottle opener; Coke alum bottle carrier, tin thermometer, modern Coke trays & signs.

INDIAN ARTIFACTS: Four bird stones, not all perfect; 2 slate gorgets; over 100 flint points; several axes, pestles & more! The majority of the items were purchased from the J. Scott Garbry Collection of Piqua, OH. View photos on website.

CHINA & GLASSWARE: Flow Blue incl fish set, Lincoln plate, 9 Onion soup rims, 2 plates & covered bowl; many other plates incl 12 pc wild game bird set; 5 pcs of Majolica; RS Prussia; Royal Bayreuth lobster set; Autumn Leaf Jewel Tea; Shawnee Corn pcs; Fiesta cobalt pitcher; Poppy Trail rooster china; Peacock pottery bookend; 2 small Weller vases; few pcs of as is Roseville; soapstone toothpick holders; Carnival & Depression Glass; American Fostoria; Fenton milk glass baskets; few pcs of art glass; etc. Mammy cookie jars & other Black memorabilia; Occupied Japan figurines.

TOYS: Suzy Sunshine wash machine; china doll heads; child’s tool set; chemistry set w/ microscope; cash registers; Emencee accordion; W/U tin goose; Mickey Mouse string toys; monkey playing cymbals; 9 half pint jars of marbles, some Benningtons & others; army tank candy container; PEZ dispensers; F&F mugs, salts & peppers; Tonka dozer, grader & more; comic books; baseball cards; Mike Piazza catcher’s mitt; 1970’s model RR “Bulletins”; cardboard animal door stops; “Here Comes the Circus” film.

MORE OF INTEREST: Large collection of black & white photos of aircraft; antique photo album; 1950’s Open Road magazines; 1920’s & 30’s agricultural pamphlets; metal signs; metal horse figure; 2 Indian chief pictures; Indian wall mtd bust; Guardian Ware roaster; Bakelite handle flatware; alum pitcher & glasses, chef string holder; tambourines; dozens of reclaimed golf balls; plus early wooden clothes pins & more to be determined.

TOOLS: Leather maker’s vise; fodder cutter; #2 Siegley plane w/ 8 blades; #55 Stanley plane; wooden planes; wooden brace; draw knives; spoke shaves; traveler; small wooden tool box; wooden shovel; old time jack; B&D drill set; new Irwin bits; brass lettering set & other hand tools. Soo Hardware brass gauge & 3 others. Trailer hitch & parts; NIB ½ HP well pump & control, plus other garage items. JOHN DEERE LA125 LAWN TRACTOR w/ tire chains & 46” snow blade, plus mower deck in need of repair.

COSTUME JEWELRY: 14K wedding band; other rings; brooch pins; necklaces & more.

COINS after 11:00 AM: 14 silver dollars; silver halves, quarters & dimes; Indian Head cents; 2 large cents; 1877 half dollar; coin display sets in plastic holders; few albums; some $2.00 bills; WWII coin & stamp 5 page album; foreign coins.

Note: This is a good weekday event. Over the years our customers have acquired an interesting mix of items; therefore we have an eclectic auction of some unique merchandise. Please plan to be with us to see what unfolds. Photos & details at www.stichterauctions.com

JERRY STICHTER AUCTIONEER, INC
TROY, OH 937-335-6758
AUCTIONEERS: Jerry Stichter, CAI & Scott Pence

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BROOKVILLE, OHIO
At 316 Hay Ave. From I-70 take Exit 21 south on Arlington Rd, then at the Chevrolet dealership, turn east on Wolf Creek & just east of the Central Business District, turn north on Hay to sale site. Our private consignors have rented the ground level hall of Flory’s Antique Depot to disperse their collections. This is a climate controlled facility w/ off street parking.

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Bird Stone

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Elgin small hunter's case watch Warranted US Assay 14 kt 1894 inscription, no jewels Sample of costume jewelry
Beaded bag from Montana Obverse Stoneware & 2 qt Dazey churn
Weller & other pottery
F&F shakers
Casino gaming tokens
Bennington marbles & many others RR magazines
More marbles Modern knives
Toy accordion Star Wars miniature figures Kitchen items & small tools Carbide miner's lamps Cardboard & paper doorstops
Open Road magazines Modern Coke signs Modern Coke sign Modern Coke sign
F&F mugs OJ Figurines More marbles
Glassware & Graniteware
Lots of crocks Many bowls Brass gauge Wooden sewing shuttles
Ice cream dippers Majolica
Small wooden tool chest Early 1900's Sandow Truck wheel
One of several clocks Two Indian Chief pictures & related items
Hand crafted clothes pins Circus film
Decorator clocks; Heddon Tiny Crazy Crawler lures Pencil bobbers
Wall mtd wild game board w/ iron hooks Early iron items Neat old lighting
Kitchen utensils Piqua & Sidney 4" skillets
Craftsman era brass & slag glass chaneldier Array of Brooch pins
Tiny Tiffany clock Monkey w/ cymbals toy Small dog nutcracker
Chna doll heads & vases Royal Bayreuth Lobster condiments Wedgwood Fish platter & 4 plates Flow Blue Lincoln & St. Augustine plates Ivanhoe plates
Villeroy & Boch Onion pattern items Just an example from boxes of Flow Blue Pottery peacock

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View from rear of auction hall New Coke signs
Coins at 10:15 AM
Tonka & other toys Baseball cards Approximately 500 golf balls to sell 40 good white & 50 + colored golf balls
One good box 80+- & one box of shag balls Another large tub golf balls, fair to VG condition Wooden wheel barrow, funny rubber tire Table of new Coke Signs Overview from behind auction podium
York Fodder cutter

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2081 S. Greenlee Road Troy, OH 45373

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