TWO-DAY PUBLIC AUCTION

Oct 13 & 14 – Darke Co Fairgrounds


Antique Furniture – Country Items –
Pottery Glassware – Crystal –
Collectibles – Toys – 
Paper Goods –
Full Room of Sewing & Craft Items

Live On-Site Auction
Location: 800 Sweitzer Street (St Rt 49), Darke Co Fairgrounds – Youth Building, GREENVILLE, OH 45331
Began:  10/13/17 at 9:30 AM EDT
Live On-Site Auction
Location: 800 Sweitzer Street (St Rt 49), Darke Co Fairgrounds – Youth Building, GREENVILLE, OH 45331
Began:  10/14/17 at 9:30 AM EDT

Miller Two-Day Public Auction

Antique Furniture – Country Items – Pottery Glassware – Crystal – Collectibles – Toys
Paper Goods – Full Room of Sewing & Craft Items

GREENVILLE, OHIO
At the Youth Bldg of the Darke County Fairgrounds, 800 Sweitzer St ( Rt 49) across from the Hospital & easily accessible from Routes 36, 127 & 121.

TWO DAYS: Friday & Saturday,
October 13 & 14, 2017  – 9:30AM each day

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13  ~ Time 9:30 AM, Preview & Auction:

We will be offering at auction a wide range of small collectibles, paper goods, china, glassware, sewing items, craft items, holiday decorations & more! You will have an opportunity to view the majority of items being sold on Saturday. This auction will be treated as an individual event, so therefore we will not be able to take requests or switch any items from their respective days. Both days will have their distinct character, that hopefully matches your collecting interests.

COLLECTIBLES: Camel back trunk & other large trunk; GE & Westinghouse fans; statue lamp; oil lamps; mantle lamps w/ red hurricane shades; milk glass spider web & floral lamp; shades & lamp parts; Buffalo ink well w/ pen holder; other ink wells; adv mini anvil; miniature brass spoke shave; canes; yardsticks; lots of records; paper goods & adv; 3-D Valentine; older books; book carrier; huge amt of cookbooks; children’s books; 1st Dayton Little League, mini bat; 1962 Reds pennant w/ photo; Ernie Banks pin back button; pocket mirror w/ snuff ad; few match books; Camel, Winston & other lighters; Chalk Fair Prizes (15+): Chicken bank, Kewpie, dogs, elephant, woodpecker, parrot, donkey, etc. Paperweights (6); sea shells; cookie cutters; kitchen items; wooden spoons; lg rolling pin; tin cake savers.

POTTERY: Rookwood small gold vase, 1931; Waterlily bookend, 1914; small bowl, 1950. Roseville: Snowberry bowl, 1RB-5, Zephyr Lily tea pot, 6-T, plus cream & sugar; Modern square dish. Van Briggle: Small petal bowl & candlestick vases. Weller: Pr of Zona vases w/ lovebirds & narrow bowl w/ white flowers. Hull leaf; McCoy frog & lily pad vase; Georgia Art Pottery pitcher; etc. Yellow ware brown drip decorated pig pitcher; Franciscan Starburst china set; Pflatzgraff beige dinner ware; multiple pcs of Autumn Leaf Jewel Tea; restaurant china; German bowl & mugs set; 3 mustard pots; crock bowls, etc.

CHINA: Floral china biscuit jar; Blue Bird china juice reamer w/ pitcher; Crown Ming china; tea sets; cups & saucers; HP Nippon china; Depose’ ceramic rooster pitcher; chicken motif dinnerware; figural cow creamers & loads of knick knacks.

GLASSWARE: Colorful Pyrex; red cap milk glass spice set; cabinet jars; apothecary jars; Fire King peach luster dinnerware; Jadite coffee mugs & measure; Iris & Herringbone carnival tray; Fenton cranberry opalescent paint decorated, 1994 basket; Hoosier Glass Works vase; few pcs of Heisey; pressed & pattern glass; large colored glass vases & decanters; red flashed whiskey set; ribbed cobalt glassware; ice lip depression pitchers; candlesticks; 2 German steins w/ risqué lithophanes & orig labels.

SEWING, CRAFTS & MISC.: A room packed w/ sewing related threads, material, patterns, etc.; 2 sewing machines incl antique Singer in dome case. Craft items; vintage hankies, gloves, collars & lace clothing; celluloid collar box; flatware; kitchen items; measuring cups; nut choppers; rolling biscuit cutter; brass & silverplate decorative & serving pcs; swizzle sticks; office items; component stereo equip; 12 plus tubs of Christmas & other Holiday decorations; box after box of knick-knacks & figurines; wall pockets; boy w/ top hat string holder; religious pictures, home communion sets & related items.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14   Time: 9:30 AM 
This 2nd day event features a wide variety of antiques highlighted by Furniture, Country Items, Toys, Etc.

FURNITURE: OAK: Entry hall stand w/ rope twist decoration & mirror; library table; fall front desk; round table w/ 3 bds; 2 pc stepback cupboard; glass door cupboard; kitchen cabinet, not perfect; buffet; mission sideboard; arm rocker; commode stand, chest drws; dresser w/ mirror & shelves; knock-down wardrobe spindle, medallion curved back loveseat & Bellbrook, Stakes carved back rocker! MORE: Large zinc lined dry sink w/ cabinet top; primitive dry sink on legs; 4 drw dough table; pine 9 drw chest; Tiger Maple top & mixed wood stand w/ work board; cedar chest; French Prov canopy sgl bed, chest of drws & vanity w/ hutch top; youth wicker rocker; child’s spindle back rocker; pr of plank btm chrs & others; painted ice chest; mission music cabinet; bamboo what not shelf; Greek Key headboard bed; new KS iron headboard; spider leg lamps; CI sink on pedestal. 2 cathedral & Emerson console wooden radios; 2 speakers.

STOVES & RANGES: Huenefeld laundry stove; vintage cookstove, as found; 2 burner kerosene stove.; porcelain apartment range; gas heaters.

ANTIQUES: Oak 2 pc stereo card cabinets (1-2 drawer & 1-6 drawer) w/ 1920’s Teacher’s Guide for “600” card set. Note: The majority of the cards are in the set, but I do not believe it is complete. 5 stereo card hand viewers; WWI Wallace Robinson ward dogs print: “I’m Neutral, but not afraid of any of them”; small oil on canvas waterfall painting, signed; 7-drw spice box; Shaker 3 ft tall hamper w/ lid; miniature bottom basket; sewing baskets; small tightly woven basket & others; few quilts; miniature crocks & jugs; tole painted tin coffee box; Southern Belle door stop; studio photo cards; unique bird cage & stand; tilt-top candle stand; stools; dial top general store counter scales; CI balance scales; primitive wall mtd coffee grinder; German coffee grinder; oak case wall telephone; type set table top cabinet; sugar bucket; coal bucket; barn lanterns; B&O RR lantern; Dietz Scout lantern; spools; shuttles, etc.

COUNTRY ITEMS: Dinner bell w/ yoke; lightning rods; nicely stenciled wooden wheel barrow & 1 other on steel; small brass fire nozzle; brass rope stop; tobacco spears; cigar mold & cutter; hay trolley; harpoon hay spear; hay hooks; primitive wooden steel wheel seeder; 2 fodder cutters; box mtd corn sheller; pulley driven meal grinder; cream separator; pedal grinder; grindstone; platform scales; incubator; 5 & 10 gal milk cans; wooden floor model butter churn; tin barrel pump; pitcher pump; lg slaw cutter; lg gypsy kettle; scalding kettle; apple butter stirrer; fruit presses; egg baskets; copper tea pot; granite ware; very large butcher block; lg drying rack; quilting frame; lg folding sewing table; cast iron table legs; crocks up to 12 gallons; granite cream can; lg granite kettle; barn lanterns; CI torch; tongue wrench; grease bucket; buck saws; primitive ladder; bull rings; horse collar, hames, etc.

CLOCKS: Oak case International Time Recorder wall clock; pressed case parlor clock; French marble case & Sessions hump back mantle clocks, plus others; like new, Black Forest cuckoo clock & 3 others; Sunburst clock.

TOYS: Structo “Ride-on” Jeep; Structo “Hook & Ladder” fire truck; John Deere high post A tractor w/ driver; Cox Thimble Drone Stuka Bomber in original box; Jetco P51H Mustang kit; wooden kit for P51 Apache Fighter; Big T Hot Rod; Hubley metal coupe kit; Revell Monza banked raceway w/ box; Gilbert 71/2 Erector set; HO & other trains; Tonka dump truck; Huffy “All Pro Regatta” girl’s bike; scooter; tricycle; coaster wagon; small wagon w/ steel wheels; ice skates; table croquet set; glass candy containers; child’s dresser w/ mirror; Wolverine tin range; side oven range; CI Eagle range; book & dime banks, tin “Bank”; bags of “Penney” toys; Casper the Ghost doll; Yogi, Gerber & other baby spoons; Barbie & Ken 1962 boxed set of paper dolls, played with; wooden stacking doll; modern dolls & related items; tin litho doll house; rocking cradle, etc.

ADVERTISING, ETC: Salesman Coca Cola 1915-16 token, picnic cooler, bottles incl carrier & other modern Coke collectibles; Gold Dust Twins, Calumet, White Villa, Decker’s lard & other tins; Seal tobacco tin; poster for 1933 World’s Fair; Miami Valley 1947 Chautauqua pamphlet signed; Billy Thorpe autographed Costello Radio Sales brochure; John Davis for President pin back button; 1924 Air Races program; 1937 tin litho chicken tubs; Miami Valley Brewing box & bottles w/ paper labels; Humphrey’s vet bottle w/ horse head; fire extinguisher bottle; Royal Crest cream top bottle & spoon.

MORE OF INTEREST incl Machinist’s Tools & Garage Items: German stag handle sheath knife; straight razors; small box of Indian flint points; Crossman pellet pistol; group of new wooden lures w/ boxes & others; bait casting reels; tackle box; precision tools in original boxes; machinist’s oak chest w/ contents; older bench top drill press; floor jack; shop manuals; Pontiac steering knob; automotive items; pr of wooden frame car doors; Orr Felt folding box; Deering implement wrench; wooden rake; tractor seat; wooden spindles; ice box hardware; galvanized sprinkling can & tubs; wheelbarrow; live trap; lawn, garden & hand tools.

FRIDAY or SATURDAY ITEMS: Kettles, cast iron & granite cookware; early Wagner CI tea kettle; dog nut cracker; beetle boot jack; small balance scale; skeleton, clock & furniture keys; movie projector & misc. cameras; newspapers from 1897 to 1938; letter stamp set; rubber stamp holder; trade card scrapbook; leaf scrapbook; piano rolls; Quaker Lace table cloth; 4 shelves of cream & milk pitchers; salt & pepper collection incl; F&F Mold pcs; more figurines incl Occ Japan; 12 pc Czech canister set; covered cake carriers; picnic baskets; yard art incl alum tree surround bench & patio garden furniture; glider swing w/ canopy; lg Weber kettle grill; potting work bench, 8 boxes of canning jars, glass jugs, bushel baskets; tomato hampers; tent , as found; etc. PLUS many other boxes of estate items yet to be determined.

NOTE: This notice only touches the surface of the large amount of items from the fully packed house & barn. Photos at www.stichterauctions.com do not match according to sale date.

THE Property of ERNEST & BETTY MILLER

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

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GREENVILLE, OHIO
At the Youth Bldg of the Darke County Fairgrounds, 800 Sweitzer St ( Rt 49) across from the Hospital & easily accessible from Routes 36, 127 & 121.

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Rookwood Oak 2-pc Cabinet w/ cards

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Jerry Stichter Auctioneer Inc.

http://stichterauctions.com

2081 S. Greenlee Road Troy, OH 45373

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