Antique Furniture – Very Good Small Items
Copper Kettle – Large Brass Pail – Oil Lamps
Home Furnishings – Appliances –
John Deere Lawn Tractor

Live On-Site Auction
Location: 650 N. Co. Rd 25A, Assembly Bldg – Miami Co Fairgrounds, Troy, OH 45373
Began:  12/28/17 at 9:30 AM EST


Antique Furniture – Very Good Small Items
Copper Kettle – Large Brass Pail – Oil Lamps
Home Furnishings – Appliances – JD Lawn Tractor


At the Assembly Bldg of the Miami County Fairground, 650 N. County Rd. 25-A . From I-75, north of Dayton, take Exit 74 east on Rt 41 & then north on Elm St. at the Marathon Station. From I-75 south of Piqua, take Exit 78, & then continue 3 miles south on 25-A to sale site.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2017    9:30 AM

ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Blind door stepback cupboard; cherry pie safe w/ pinwheel pierced tins; mixed wood pie safe dbl drw top & pierced tin side panels; curved glass china cabinet; both flat & curved front bookcase secretaries; tiger maple night stand; oak wash stand; rockers incl a Windsor, child size, Shaker style w/ upholstery & wicker sewing rocker; 2 dough boxes; storage boxes incl small pine box w/ lift top & sgl drw; small wood trimmed trunk; turned leg table desk w/ drw; all original small ice box; ice cream table & chairs; 3 ft church pew; mortised leg benches; lg pine frame mirror; ogee frame mirror AND Six (6) stained glass windows from the Cox Mansion of Dayton, OH.

Small Items of LARGE INTEREST: Large copper kettle; medium large brass kettle; copper wash boiler; Canby, Ach & Canby 50 lb bulk coffee tin & others: Campfire 12oz Marshmallows; Hershey Chocolate; Smith & Kirk Candies; Sucher’s 2lb lard, etc. #2 Wapak iron; hanging scale w/ brass tray; Howe counter scales; lg pedestal base apothecary jar & others; glazed red ware storage jar w/ handles; bee sting 2 gal crock; 4 gal “Crown” crock & others; bee sting- tobacco spit 4 gal jug lamp; JT Huggins 2 gal cobalt decorated jar lamp; several other crock lamps hand crafted by Maple City Pottery; several pcs of Rowe Pottery; hog scraper candle lights; brass push-up candlestick; copper hollowware incl gooseneck tea kettles, dinner pails, hod, dust pan, lg dipper & candy thermometers; cast iron 10 hole muffin mold; iron spatula; wooden coffee grinder; Arcade wall mtd coffee grinder; blue granite coffee pot; 1 & 2 lb butter molds; bracket lamps; miniature & other oil lamps incl beaded heart pattern & etched green dolphin base whale oil lamp; collection of tin & iron match & match box holders; Southern Belle door stop; teacher’s brass hand bell; student lamp w/ green shades; brass spittoon; “Old Pal” minnow bucket; cream can; seed gleaner; Red Chief meal grinder; Pennsylvania RR lantern & napkin holder; wooden tool caddies; farrier’s box; painted measure; wood banded sieves; wooden bucket w/ iron ear tab handles; Raisin Brook bowl; Clover Blossom Cottage Cheese crock & 3 jars; antique, contemporary & Longaberger baskets; 3 quilts; contemporary porcelain artist signed dolls; Hazelle’s marionette w/ box; 3 sizes of Steiff bears; Boyd’s Bears & others; Pluto string toy; jig dancer; 2 stamped steel stake bed toy trucks; Ralstoy semi; cash register banks; CI pig bank; large jar of marbles (See Photos); Tinker Toys w/ elec motor; Gotham elec football game; toy typewriter & xylophone & more!

GLASSWARE & CHINA: Vintage pattern glass incl Colorado green & gold covered butter, red flashed pcs, & more; cut glass pitcher; water set; cranberry glass; milk glass; lg group of Avon deep red Cape Cod; toothpick holder collection; purple slag covered duck; Ironstone china; set of white dinnerware; rose majolica plate; etc.

ANTIQUE CLOCKS (15): Large New Haven double dial calendar; ornate oak case wall clock w/ porcelain dial & pendulum; school house long & short drop regulators; decorative & inlaid case, round dial regulators; Ingraham store regulator; Ingraham, Seth Thomas & Plymouth mantle clocks; cottage clock; 2 nice parlor clocks; Ansonia brass & glass table clock w/ mercury pendulum & an iron model w/ brass face; “Correct Time for a Dollar” 14” dia wall clock.

NICE HOME FURNISHINGS & REPLICA AMERICANA: Smith Bros beige couch; white 3 cushion couch; several wingback chrs & swivel rockers; blue plaid loveseat; rattan frame uph cushion couch, 2 chrs, ottoman & table; 6’x8’ Oriental rug; rag rugs; braided carpets; items from Dayton’s “Early American Shop”: John Albers pine drop leaf table w/ painted legs; pine sgl door chimney cupboard; painted storage cabinets; wall cabinet w/ 2 side drws & dbl door; 11 drw spice cabinet; stack of 9 pantry boxes; plus wonderful hand crafted round dining table w/ pedestal post & turned support legs; 6 ladder back woven seat chrs; spider leg floor lamp; hand painted porcelain base table lamp; framed prints incl Rockwell’s “Homecoming”, Byerley’s ltd edition “Train Maker”, Dave Oran’s “Late Snow” & other nice pictures & counted cross stitch wall hangings; “The Gaslight Room” sign; cherry cannon ball post bed; early Am dbl bed w/ dresser; lg chest of drws; wooden swans, ducks, crows & other birds, many artist signed & incl K. William Kautz, folk art, Red Breasted Merganser; Over 30 Harold & Celeste Staugler hand carved & painted Santas & other figures; other contemporary decorative wares; large group of pewter; 2 park benches; patio furniture & yard art.

APPLIANCES: Whirlpool Designer 20.8 cuft refrigerator w/ top freezer; smaller refrigerator; small upright freezer; KA mixer; Krups toaster & other small elec appliances; Whirlpool Gold Ultimate Care II washer & dryer; Magnalite roaster & other kitchen goods; Shenago burgundy banded restaurant china for 18.

EVEN MORE YOU WILL LIKE: Jewelry: Illinois Bunn Special pocket watch; over 15 sterling silver spoons; small sterling compote; gold, silver & other costume jewelry; Citizens, Helbros & Gruen wrist watches; Voightlander Vito II camera; French porcelain opera glasses; older postage stamp album (mostly European); large bowl of wooden apples; egg baskets; wooden feeder box; 2, 10 gal milk cans; grindstone; stake bed & poly wagons; sled; Huffy girl’s bike; 12 common pocket knives; like new John Deere SX 85 riding lawn mower; lawn, garden & hand tools; 16’ alum ext ladder; garage items & whatever comes out of the attic.  The late find being a Napoleon LaJoie 1915 baseball bat under the care of only this one family! 

Auctioneer’s Note: Collector’s w/ far ranging interests will find this holiday, mid-week auction offering worth your while as we offer great items suitable for a variety of tastes from this single family household. Complete details & photos can be found at Please plan to attend.


TROY, OH 937-335-6758

AUCTIONEERS: Jerry Stichter, CAI & Scott Pence; Kevin Kauffmann, Apprentice Auctioneer

CASH or Checks with required ID.   VISA & MC with 3% fee.  Miami County 7% sales tax applicable.  NO BUYER’S PREMIUM!


At the Assembly Bldg of the Miami County Fairground, 650 N. County Rd. 25-A .  From  I-75, north of Dayton, take Exit 74 east on Rt 41 & then north on Elm St. at the Marathon Station.  From I-75 south of Piqua, take Exit 78, & then continue 3 miles south on 25-A to sale site.       

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