VERY GOOD PUBLIC AUCTION!

Vandalia – Saturday, Sept 8


Antiques – Collectibles – Furniture – Clocks – Crocks – Primitives – Baskets
Jewelry – Hats – Garage Items & More!

Live On-Site Auction
Location: 1123 S. Brown School Road, Am Vets Rec Hall, VANDALIA, OH 45377
Began:  09/08/18 at 9:30 AM EDT

Very Good Public Auction

Antiques – Collectibles – Furniture Clocks – Crocks – Primitives – Baskets –Jewelry – Hats – Garage Items & More!

VANDALIA, OHIO
At 1123 S. Brown School Rd, The Rec Hall of Am Vets Post 99. From I-75 take Exit 63 east on Rt 40 which becomes Brown School with a right turn south. The Am Vets is located on the west side of the road where Rt 40 turns east towards Taylorsville Dam.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2018 ~ 9:30 AM

NOTE:  NO LUNCH STAND AT THE AM VETS.  

PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN SNACKS!

ANTIQUE & OTHER FURNITURE:   Walnut plantation desk w/ glass door bookcase & pigeon hole top;  walnut drop leaf table; cherry drop leaf gate leg table; walnut dry sink; walnut pie safe w/ 6 pierced tin panel doors; Deacon’s bench (84” long); foot rest (51” long); oak round lamp table w/ decorative legs & glass ball & claw feet; Empire round table cut-down to coffee table height; other lamp tables & candle stands; red painted blanket box w/ decorations; oak single drw night stand; sgl drw night stand w/ gallery & lower shelf; 2 commode stands, 1 w/ marble top; natural wood cedar chest; oak high head board dbl bed; large dresser w/ mirror; lg gold frame mirror; blue small print sofa; blue plaid loveseat; light blue plaid hide-a-bed loveseat; crewel upholstered wing back chair; variety of str chairs incl set of 4 Windsor style; antique rocker; ice cream table & 4 heart back chairs; white wicker couch, 2 chairs & 2 tables; metal mesh loveseat, chair & table; 2 iron grape pattern garden chairs.

CHILDREN’S FURNITURE: Tall back school bench; stools; ice cream table; variety of chairs; twig-slat rocker; drop leaf table.

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Cheavin’s Saludor crock water filter; other stoneware crocks; lg crock jug lamp; copper wash boiler; wash boards; small Knox pot belly stove; small cast iron kettles; stand trivets; bellows; dinner bell; wooden rake; seed gleaners; feed scoops; apple butter stirrers; apple peeler; slaw cutter; wooden coffee grinders; 50 lb coffee box; sugar bucket; 6 qt glass butter churn; unusual milk can; cream cans incl lg “Lake Shore Dry, Port Clinton, O”; sleigh bells; cow bells; teacher’s hand bell; small slate w/ abacus & pencils; pencil box; few older books incl Poems of M. Louisa Chitwood; 2 Lux miniature cuckoo clocks & 2 others; Smith flame mahogany ogee case weight clock; German wall clock w/ lg brass pendulum; 2 small hanging corner cupboards, 1 w/ glass door; nice spinning wheel, wool carders & related items; candle box; unique fancy wood miniature box w/ drw; stereoscope & cards; few tourist post cards; 5 pipes; several cigarette lighters incl Scripto Vu models; pint jar of marbles; composition, celluloid & porcelain dolls; doll buggy; Steiff bear; stick leg sheep & other farm animals; cast iron chicken & lion banks; glass nest eggs; baskets of all types; family scale; iron & wooden kitchen wares; nutmeg grinders; lg punched tin grater; tree slab meat block; wooden trunk w/ brass tacks; dome top, wood trimmed trunk; wall telephone modernized; iron & brass balance scales; board w/ 26 manufacturing tags & others; RJ R, Brown’s Mule plug tobacco cutter; Safety First RR lantern; barn lanterns; horse hames & brassies; branding iron; grease lamps, tin candlesticks & early lighting; oil lamps incl Aladdin Alacite Lincoln Drape; foot warmer; copper bed warmer; wooden swan & duck decoy; cricket boot jack.

MORE OF INTEREST: Lg printer’s tray of miniatures; Wilkie-Roosevelt cigar box; MacArthur pin; Red Goose Shoes whistle; cutting board w/ tagged twine display; Clark’s metal spool cabinet display; sewing items; soft goods; ladies’ hats & boxes; hat pins & RS Germany holder; elbow length kid gloves; few fans; celluloid dresser set; few pcs of sterling silver & other jewelry; Helen Lawson paintings; fruit still life print; framed cupids & fancy ladies.

CHINA & GLASSWARE: Ironstone pitcher, bowl & chamber pot; floral bedroom set; few deep bowls; cups & saucers; cow creamers; Royal Copenhagen plates; pressed & pattern glass incl collection of goblets & 60 salt dips; nice purple carnival bowl, depression glass & more! Set of silverplate flatware & few pcs of sterling; tilting brass teapot; few brass candlesticks. 3 pewter plates etc.

HOUSEHOLD GOODS & GARAGE ITEMS: Nesting tables; spider leg floor lamp; oil lamps; lady’s hats w/ boxes; portable typewriter; Clothtique Santas; German beer steins; patio furniture; kitchen items; etc. Lawn, garden & hand tools; few pocket knives incl Boker Barlow, Old Timer, 1933 Century of Progress souvenir; brass powder measure; red wagon.

Note: As Mrs. Lawson has moved to smaller quarters, there are many antiques & collectibles now being offered at public auction. . Please plan to attend as there is much of interest! Photos & details at www.stichterauctions.com


Helen Lawson, Owner

JERRY STICHTER AUCTIONEER, INC
TROY, OH 937-335-6758

AUCTIONEERS: Jerry Stichter & John Seagraves;
Kevin Kauffmann, Apprentice Auctioneer

CASH or check with required ID. VISA & MC with 3% fee.  NO BUYER”S PREMIUM!

VANDALIA, OHIO
At 1123 S. Brown School Rd, The Rec Hall of Am Vets Post 99. From I-75 take Exit 63 east on Rt 40 which becomes Brown School with a right turn south. The Am Vets is located on the west side of the road where Rt 40 turns east towards Taylorsville Dam.

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Jerry Stichter Auctioneer Inc.

http://stichterauctions.com

2081 S. Greenlee Road Troy, OH 45373

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