Very Collectible Coca Cola Advertising
Pepsi Ice Chest, McCormick Deering Poster Early Indian Lithograph
More Advertising & Local Items of Interest! 
Additions:  Large Collection of
1939 New York Worlds Fair Items

Live On-Site Auction
Location: 800 Sweitzer Street (St Rt 49), Darke Co Fairgrounds – Youth Building, GREENVILLE, OH 45331
Began:  03/10/18 at 9:30 AM EST


Very Collectible Coca Cola Advertising
Pepsi Ice Chest, McCormick Deering Poster
Early Indian Lithograph
1939 New York Worlds Fair Items & More!

At the Youth Building of the Darke County Fairgrounds, 800 Sweitzer Street (State Rt 49) across from the Hospital & easily accessible from Routes 36, 127 & 121.

SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 2018 ~ TIME: 9:30 AM

GREAT COCA-COLA ADVERTISINGNote: A great collection w/ NOS (New Old Stock) & excellent condition items! Classic 24” button sign; vertical pilaster bottle sign w/ button; 1956, 18” x 54” “Refresh” sign w/ bottle; 18” x 36” sign w/ bottle in orig wooden frame; 2 – 25” x 36” 1969 swirl logo metal signs; Airline style Progress Coke picnic cooler, mint as packed in original box; early water color artwork by Charles Francis Helman of the Piqua Coca Cola bottling plant; super rare Piqua, OH brown bottle for Piqua Coca Cola w/ original contents & cap; 4 other brown bottles; 1 clear straight side bottle, all pre-1915; several 1940’s 6 pack carriers w/ bottles; rare, yellow & red cardboard 12 bottle carton; 1960’s – 3 case rack w/ extra top rack signs; cardboard case for 6 packs; 24 bottle wooden case; cardboard case for 6 packs; rare, wooden 6 slot case for family size bottles; 1990 – 44” porcelain bottle sign; 1990’s – 20” x 39” bathing girl, “Deliciosa” sign, screened on canvas; die cut easel back 24” Santa; cardboard poster w/ Sparky advertising; cardboard poster “ For More Fun, Take More Than One”; cardboard poster w/ wooden barrel iced bottles; old photographs: Atlanta Convention, 1910 & Sunshine Club Outing, 1933, Cincinnati; 1930’s very colorful, glass slide projector insert by Kansas City Slide Co: “Face the Day Refreshed” w/ woman holding 6 pack -25 cent bottle carton; 1929 Coke calendar girl w/ partial tablet, mounted on board; 1940’s metal silhouette thermometer; 1950’s, 17” bottle thermometer; 1950’s, 17” bottle sign; 2 – early 1960’s, 12” diameter thermometers, 1 mint in box: “Drink CC” & 1 – “ Enjoy CC”; 3 trays: 1940, 42 & 50; 1940’s heavy gauge alum coasters; 1960’s salesman’s catalog for pre-mix, ice makers, Coke machines & torpedo trash cans (Neat!); several advertising print blocks; 15 different matchbooks.

Many unusual small items incl: Early 1900’s “Spin to Win” Coke spin-pointer; uniform patches; pencils; opners; lighters; yo-yo; belt buckles incl 2 nude; 3 Coke machine transistor radios; Coke Cobot the Robot in original box in the image of R2D2; 5 pc & 9 pc Coke toy trucks sets, MIB; over 30 Corgi miniature trucks in bubble packs; Piqua Coke desk set in orig box; “Four Seasons” mirror; plus Mexican toy bottle case: 24-10 oz capped bottles.

SPRITE: Gas powered, 1970’s Indy toy race car by Testors in orig box; Sprite Boy cardboard poster; plastic thermometer, bottle cap catchers; etc.

PEPSI COLA: Double flip top, 1930’s, 5 Cent country store iced cooler; thermometer (no tube); yellow rack sign; etc. 

OTHER SPECIAL ADVERTISING: McCormick, 1831 to 1931 ANNIVERSAY POSTER FOR CREAM SEPARATORS – Great depression era item! DeLaval Cream Separator porcelain sign; circa 1890’s Blue Jeans poster; Farmer’s Union tin sign; framed sign for musical instruments w/ reverse foil backing; STP & L&M cigarettes un-cut metal signs; Players Cigarettes tin sign; lg Field & Stream framed reprint of 1933 artwork; 1910 embossed cardboard hunting scene calendar w/ quail & dog; 2 11”x16” die cut calendars, mint; Old Style lighted “Waterfalls” beer sign; MGD static electricity bottle dome; Bergoff Beer 10” medallion; Iraquois Indian head beer tap; 20” felt Indian framed for Wall Drugs; Red Giant Battery license plate attachment; 3 adv placards incl Harness Racing; 1954 poster size calendar w/ Ty Cobb & young baseball player; etc.

INDIAN LITHOGRAPH: McKinney & Hall, 1845 lithograph of On Ge Wae, A Chippewa Chief, approx 16” x 22” framed.

WORLD WAR I POSTERS: Battle of Verdun (French); Howard Chandler Christy: Fight or Buy Bonds – Third Liberty Loan; Joseph Pennell Del: That Liberty Shall Not Perish…..(Statue of Liberty); Dean Cornwell Victory Eagle; Walter Seaton: Nurse for Red Cross blood donors; plus photo of city w/ Coke & Buy Bonds sign prevalent & a Purple Heart medal. MOVIE POSTERS: Luana, 1973; Conan the Barbarian, 1974; The Gauntlet, 1977; Fire & Ice, 1983; European Vacation, 1985.

GREENVILLE, OH ITEMS: to sell mid-morning – Wooden road sign: “1 Mile to Kuntz & Wright Hardware”; Quality Monuments wooden thermometer; 1800’s brass livery ticket or check token, #72 for HH Davis, purported to for tending one’s horse while at the Darke Co. Fair; 1941 & 42 Darke Co. Fair letter heads; set of 3 Greenville Treaty Co. letterheads; Greenville paper label ketchup bottle; 1947 Darke Co Speedway race program, plus more!

MORE OF INTEREST: Joe Camel 18” x 40” Mylar sign; Colorado Nails vintage tin sign; angle lamp shades; stand-out mythological scene in gold gilded frame; small oval print replica of a Geo. Morland painting; Water Nymphs print by John Bradshaw Crandall; unique child size walnut bureau; Indian Chief plaster of Paris bust; albino buffalo figure; Frontier Days poster; nickel ingot; box of 45 rpm records; 1935 GM work manuals & more! 

1939 WORLD’S FAIR COLLECTION:   Selling upon conclusion of the advertising & collectibles event we will be offering a wonderful collection of items from the 1939 World’s Fair including toy Greyhound passenger tug w/ trailer, pin back button with rabbit’s foot; airplane pin w/ pendant; Bakelite Scotty dog pencil sharpener; Mr. Peanut bowl w/ small dishes; vintage suitcase w/ World’s Fair & other decals; postcards, magazines, pamphlets & paper goods and much more!  Go to the PDF Inventory List and review the photos to appreciate the scope of this collection.  

NOTE: These are quality items being brought to auction. You’ll appreciate the neatness & sharpness of this presentation & hopefully add some great items to your own collection. Go to where you’ll find photos and more details.

TROY, OH  937-335-6758

AUCTIONEERS: Jerry Stichter & Scott Pence
Kevin Kauffmann, Apprentice

CASH or Check with required ID.  VISA & MC with 3% fee.  Darke County 7.25% Sales Tax applicable.  No Buyer’s Premium.

At the Youth Building of the Darke County Fairgrounds, 800 Sweitzer Street (State Rt 49) across from the Hospital & easily accessible from Routes 36, 127 & 121.

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Vintage Coca Cola sign WWI Howard Chandler Christy, Poster

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Classic 24" button sign Porcelain 3 ft fish tail sign 1919 calendar for Broadway Shoes 1919 Die cut calendar Sparky & King Size Coke cardboard poster
McCormick 1931 Anniversary Cream Separator poster 1919 Quail hunting calendar 1956, 18"x54" "Refresh" sign Vertical pilaster bottle sign w/ button Tin litho Coke bottle
Boxed edge metal Coke sign Chas. Francis Helman artwork of Piqu, OH Coke plant Super rare, Piqua, OH, brown bottle w/ cap & contents Obverse side showing, "Piqua, Ohio" Circa 1890's Blue Jeans poster
Sprite gas powered racer NIB Small Coke trucks Buckle & other collectibles More Coke trucks in bubble packs Opener w/ catch box, pencils, etc.
Matchbooks Colorful slide glass advertiser Coca Cola Atlanta Convention, 1910 Cincinnati Coca Cola Sunshine Club Outing 1933 Litho bottle & thermometer
Coke machine transistor radios 1960's Salesman's catalog Pre-mix machines & many other colorful products 1990's "Deliciosa" sign, screened on canvas Pepsi ice chest cooler
View number two Case rack & cases 1845 McKinney & Hall litho of Chippewa Chief Chief On Ge Wa Label on subject Indian piece above
Vintage Picture "St. James Park" by Soiron after Geo. Morland Another fine piece of artwork, nicely framed MGD static electricity domed bottle Old Style "Waterfalls" lighted beer sign
Stroh's sign, not perfect 1969 swirl logo sign, 1 of 2 18"x36" bottle sign in orig wooden frame Unusual small case of Pepsi Bergoff Beer medallion & Iroquois tap handle
Pepsi Thermometer & sign Two great 1960's outdoor thermometers 1919 Coca Cola calendar Three Coke trays Die Cut 24" easel back Santa
Various bottles Bottles & carriers Miniature case & lighters Original box for cooler Progess Airline style picnic cooler
New from box, never assembled Very Nice DeLaval porcelain sign Farmer's Union tin sign More signs License plates & topper
Twelve pack carrier w/ two trademarks Greenville, OH collectibles Darke County Fair letter heads Modern advertiser Wall Drugs, South Dakota advertiser
Appleton Lumber 1910 calendar Musical instruments ad w/ glass & foil Vintage bumper attachment Harness Racing in Wapakoneta, OH The original  "Bumper Sticker" if you will
Tin sign i Spanish Frontier Days poster Sun Spot advertiser 1944 Burlingame Calendar Small Coke collectibles
Belt Buckles, check them out Wooden sign, Greenville, OH Glass Indian Chief Albino buffalo Child's chest of drws
Verdun , a French poster, WWI WWI posters
This one w/ Howard Chandler Christy artwork Movie posters
Lambsdown Cotton Fleece Underwear University of Michigan, reverse painted on glass 45 rpm records
Ty Cobb calendar Wooden thermometer Modern sign Neat Coke themometer Modern sign, but still great art
Coke Cap Advertiser York Supply Catalog Interior view Jefferson Golden Hour clock Unusual copper vessel
1925 Mid Central States Route Guide Title Page showing Bay States Auto Auction bills Cigar advertising trade card Lift top of trade card above
Auction of chicken, 1917 for $2,126, Greenville, OH Pin back buttons: Cattle, Silo & Pancake Flour Mechanical Pencils:  Maytag, Chevy, Allis Chalmers

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