Antiques – Collectibles – Furniture & Artwork
Wooden Wares – Kitchen Items –
Sterling Silver –  Oriental Pieces –
Glassware – Books  – Jewelry –
Outdoor Items – Power Tools

Live On-Site Auction
Location: 650 N. Co. Rd 25A, Assembly Bldg – Miami Co Fairgrounds, Troy, OH 45373
Began:  07/07/18 at 9:30 AM EDT


Antiques – Collectibles – Furniture & Artwork
Wooden Wares – Kitchen Items – Sterling Silver Oriental Pcs – Glassware – Books – Jewelry –
Outdoor Items – Power Tools

At the Miami Co Fairgrounds, 650 N. Co Rd 25A. From I-75 take Exit 74 east on Rt 41, & then north on Elm at the Marathon Station.

SATURDAY, JULY 7, 2018 ~ TIME: 9:30 AM

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Luman Watson tall case clock; lg Empire half column weight clock; 2 cottage clocks; faux painted Chinese clock; 4 cast iron garden urns; lg tin 4 candlestick post light fixture; brass beehive candlestick lamps; oil lamps; tole painted boxes & trays; small & medium leather covered trunks w/ brass tacks; sugar bucket; wooden stomp churn; pine cylinder churn; wooden wares of all types incl bowls, utensils, rolling pins, press molds, boxes of all sizes, mortars & pestles, etc; glass storage jars; yellow ware & Mocha type bowls & related items incl miniatures; slip ware low rectangular bowl; all types of baskets incl southwest; crocks & jugs incl red ware, Chinese, collection of miniatures & some w/ advertising; cast iron “The Rapid Marmalade Cutter”; sausage stuffer; German nutmeg grater; tin ice cream dippers & other primitive items & kitchen utensils; graniteware; jar of glass nest eggs; spring arm doorbell; bird cage; chalk lion; Sensenich, Lancaster, PA wooden propeller; kayak wooden paddle; Blatz Beer singer in a barrel counter topper; Red Goose Shoes CI bank; DeKalb license plate topper; Brush Orchard metal sign; Sunshine Biscuits box topper & other adv pcs; GAR, 1892 Encampment souvenir canteen; tin types incl albums; WWII sailor’s photo album; snuff box, adv pencils & myriad of small showcase items; 3 jars of clay & glazed pottery marbles; clay pipes; yardsticks; folding rules; adv rulers, pens & pencils; wooden tops; tin horns; doll house, dolls & furniture; extra lg vintage playing cards; curio table of miniatures; granite dbl tubs; linens & soft goods. 

ANTIQUE & OTHER FURNITURE: Over 60 pcs incl oak stepback & 2 other painted cupboards; primitive open top cupboard; screen front pie safe; jelly cupboard w/ 2 drw top; sgl, dbl & triple door storage cabinets; thin chimney cupboard w/ 12 panes glass door; grain painted display cabinet w/ 6 panes glass door; 21 drw apothecary on stand; tri-leg birdcage candle stand; drop leaf tables; work tables; chairs incl 7 black w/ stenciling & pr by Daly of Newark, NJ; over 12 pcs of wicker; Bird’s Eye maple bedroom suite; tiger maple inverted bell rope bed; bow front dresser; serpentine drw, fall front desk; 4 & 5 drw cherry chests, plus others; Japaned metal hall tree; park bench; patio furniture; marble top coffee table; jewelry chest; wing back chairs; table & floor lamps; lg red painted liquor cabinet; PLUS Oriental & other decorative rugs incl several room size.

ARTWORK: Floral still life by Robt J. Smith, dated 1964; multiple 1950’s & 60’s pcs by local artist, C. Klatt; few contemporary pcs; many floral paintings & more!

BOOKS: Over 15 leather bound volumes; medical related books from mid-1800’s; Youth’s Book of Astronomy, 1839; Cram’s Family Atlas, 1893; Home Designs, 1897; Cartoons of the War, 1898; Done in the Open – Drawings by Frederic Remington, 1902 (fair); Modern Locomotives, 1916; The Aeroplane Speaks, 1917; Celebrated Actors’ Cookbook, 1916; German “Kindergarten” book; over 20 children’s books incl elementary school posters; New England by Motorcar, 1924; Edgewater Beach Hotel Salads, 1928; boxed set of W. Nutting Furniture Treasury, 1948 & other vintage reference books; Carleton’s Farm Legends & Ballads; Poultry Keeping, 1886; etc.

OTHER PAPERGOODS: Dayton Through the Camera, 1893; early studio card of contractors on W. Third St. & other Dayton Memorabilia incl 1913 Flood; Rike’s pamphlet; Rike’s B&W photos w/ Elmer Webster; studio cards & tin types; trade cards; columnar rack of tourist postcards; shoe box of greeting postcards, plus 15 Tuck’s, 25 leather, a hold to the light & misc others. Winchester Co. tri-fold brochure; Cin. Reds Field, 1909; LBJ cartoon on gun control; Sporting cards; Kahn’s Santa posters; few magazines & more to be found.

STERLING SILVER: Small group of Sterling items incl nut cups, spoons & trinkets. SILVER PLATE:Hollowware items; flatware; etc.

COSTUME JEWELRY: Nice selection of pin, bracelets, necklaces, etc.

GLASSWARE & CHINA: Cake stands, compotes, 18 cow creamers; pottery pig; tea pots; Roseville Snowberry console bowl; Shawnee corn bowl, creamer & mug; plus many boxes yet to be opened! Staffordshire sander figures & few other pcs as found; Quimper; 50 plus Oriental pieces, incl plates, bowls, figurines; several pcs of Cloisonne’.

KITCHEN, GARAGE & OUTDOOR ITEMS: Pots, pans & HH goods; Radial arm, table, band & scroll saws & more from the workshop; industrial size shop vacuum; 11 drw metal cabinet w/ maple top; older Snapper Comet riding mower; JD & Economy snow blades; counter top refrigerator; primitive wooden barrel; fruit crates; orchard ladder; wooden rake; forks; wooden glider swing; hickory twig & ash splint rocker; grapevine tree; misc supplies; & more to be decided upon.

NOTE: This is an extremely large auction with multiple rings due to the great variety from this lifetime collection. We will NOT be able to accept credit cards.  Details & photos at

Cindee Johnson, Owner
From the Estate of Julie Parrot Smart

TROY, OH 937-335-6758

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

CASH or check with required ID.   We will NOT be able to accept credit cards on July 7, 2018 .  Miami County 7% sales tax applies.  No Buyer’s Premium.

At the Miami Co Fairgrounds, 650 N. Co Rd 25A. From I-75 take Exit 74 east on Rt 41, & then north on Elm at the Marathon Station.

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Luman Watson tall clock Robt Smith oil on canvas Grain painted cupboard Primitive cupboard w/ books & treenware Miniature crocks, bowls & jugs

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Luman Watson tall clock
View two Large Empire weight clock Robt Smith Jr, 1964 oil on canvas
Sample of miniature crockery
Staffordshire, not perfect Staffordshire, not perfect Staffordshire "Sander" figures Tovies
Early construction, West Third St, Dayton, OH Rike's items from Elmer Webster collection
Book of School posters
1893 Atlas & 1897 Construction & design books
The Aeroplane Speaks, 1917
Cottage clocks GAR 1892 Encampment souvenir Folding rules
Sterling Silver Nice jewelry Slipware low bowl
Oriental rugs Miniature pitchers & jugs Leather bound books & treen wares Oriental items
Art from the C. Klatt, collection of the 1960's
Post cards, tole ware, etc
Many cupboards, yet to be emptied
Granite ware & kitchen items Lots of furniture
Dozen wooden bowls Variety of antique chests
One of several cupboards & contents More china
Southwest pottery

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Jerry Stichter Auctioneer Inc.

2081 S. Greenlee Road Troy, OH 45373

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