FESSLER ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2019 – GREENVILLE


Country Antiques & Advertising
Signs – Milk Bottles – Lanterns
Many Local Item of Interest – Tools

Live On-Site Auction
Location: 800 Sweitzer Street (St Rt 49), Darke Co Fairgrounds Youth Building, GREENVILLE, OH 45331
Begins:  11/23/19 at 9:30 AM EST

FESSLER ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION

Country Antiques & Advertising
Signs – Milk Bottles – Lanterns
Many Local Item of Interest – Tools

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

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2019 Time: 9:30 AM

NOTEWORTHY LATE ADDITION:  Annie Oakley studio card photograph taken circa 1902 by Whites’ of New York City.  

COUNTRY ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES incl: Beadboard pine dbl door storage cabinet on legs & 1 w/ lower drw; unusual slope side pine commode stand, painted pie safe on legs & 6 pierced tin door panels; one piece blind door cupboard; Oak: Roll top desk, chair & 4 drw file cabinet; dresser w/ mirror & commode stand; arts & crafts wall coat rack w/ mirror; Stickley labeled easy chair; scalloped lamp table; wooden tool chest; dovetailed storage box w/ strap hinges & swing handles; wood trimmed trunks & others; 2-machinist’s wooden tool chests; multiple ice cream tables, chairs & stools; shoe salesman’s stool; wooden wagon on steel wheels; sled on ski runners; strand of sleigh bells; small wooden keg w/ bail; 2 short wooden straight ladders; several nice pictures: lg print of Lincoln: “First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the Cabinet”; few other Lincoln items; lightning rods w/ glass balls; horse/lighting rod pointer; box mtd corn sheller; brass scale & tray; 50 lanterns incl Dietz: Little Scout, Acme Inspector, Beacon #30 & 2 styles of King; 10 RR lanterns; skater’s lantern, etc; oil lamps incl brass fount hanging; 2 tall spout RR oil cans; copper oil measurers’ slope sided Nestle’s can; Sander’s 5 gal ice cream can; host of ice cream collectibles; colorful paper flour sacks; 3 Hayner (Dayton, OH) crock jugs; Altschul’s jug; Detrick mini jug & others; Dayton Poultry crock fountain; storage crocks, lard tins; oil cans incl miniatures; coffee tins; advertising watch fobs; pin back buttons; myriad of hand-outs such as key chains, openers, knives, rulers, rain gauges, small thermometers & more; bullet pencils incl John Deere, MM & New Idea; mechanical pencils; fountain pens; lodge ribbons; DeLaval Holstein w/ calf & orig envelope; chauffeur badges; factory ID badges; matchbooks; marbles; Chein sand bucket; Wyandotte 1938 stamped steel auto & trailer; older tin W/U steam engine; 8” cast iron cannon; John Deere, Case & other stick pins; cardboard fans; over 200 milk bottles; boxes & cases of soda bottles; Coke aluminum 12 bottle carrier & related items, Ohio license plates; incl 1920’s; padlocks; lg bun top andirons; Indian stone hammer & ax heads; plus many other boxes yet to be unpacked!

SIGNS & RELATED ADVERTISING: Coca-Cola: Fishtail 16”x42; 16” button; Door push; 1970’s calendar; crate panel; “Sign of Good Taste” 30” thermometer; embossed 10”x24 “Enjoy Coke”; framed 10”x17” “Enjoy that Refreshing New Feeling”; small gold bottle thermometer. Pepsi thermometer & “Hits the Spot “ tray; Seven-Up; Menu board, 6”x17” “Seven-Up float cardboard display & oak frame clock; Delco Light Batteries; AC Spark Plugs parts jar holder; Firestone Tires double sided oval; Willard Batteries clock; Sealtest Ice Cream clock; DeGraff Ice Cream dbl sided sign; Red Wing Ice Cream tray; Gem City Ice Cream neon w/ detached ballast; Mueller milk coolers; Colonial 4 shelf bread rack; Holsum Bread door push; Old Reliable 6”x14” Coffee; Golden Rule 15”x18” porcelain, as found; DeKalb rod mtd spinner; 4-H Club Member; Masonite North Star Drive-in; Drive-in speaker; Crimson Coach Tobacco chalk board; small metal signs & cardboard posters.

MORE OF INTEREST: Early Am plaid couch & recliner; mahogany short post sgl bed; 2 spider leg floor lamps; stereo equipment; small group of hand tools & hardware supplies; vintage auto spotlight; buck saw; aluminum scoop shovel; building stars; horse related items. IHC wrench & others; few fishing items & Lefever dbl barrel shotgun.

OF SPECIAL NOTE: Mr. Fessler enjoyed the items that brought Miami County & surrounding area history to life making his collection noteworthy for the items naming the businesses of our past. I can only name a few here but you’ll enjoy the opportunity to see many such as unusual Jackson Van Horn pliers, Troy; Geeting wooden thermometer, Pleasant Hill; Landman’s Mill flour sacks, Piqua; Sparkling Water seltzer bottle, Sidney; Auction flyer, 1915 Phillipsburg; high school annuals; local directories and much, much more!

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: This is a very good & very large auction with all those things that you may have seen before, but now have an opportunity to purchase & add to your own collection. There will be multiple rings w/ both individual & group lots.    Latest updates on FACEBOOK. Photos at www.stichterauctions.com

Estate of Gary Fessler
Amy Fessler, Executor
Miami County Court Case: 90485

JERRY STICHTER AUCTIONEER, INC., TROY, OH
Auctioneers: Jerry Stichter, Scott Pence & Kevin Kauffmann

CASH or Check with required ID.  VISA & MC with 3% fee.  No Buyer’s Premium!

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

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Coca Cola large metal button sign DeGraff Ice Cream Annie Oakley studio card Sample of over 70 lanterns Hayner Jugs

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Annie Oakley studio card, circa early 1900's, framed
Holsum Bread door push
Coca Cola door push
Sign for ordering ice blocks
Ice cream collectibles Sidney seltzer bottle
Horse weather vane topper Hayner crock jugs Brass hanging scales
Nice print of Lincoln addressing his cabinet More Lincoln items Lightning rods & nice furniture
Stickley chair Image of gold & red Stickley label on chair
Ice cream store tables, chairs & stools
Machinist's wooden chest
Great flange edge two sided sign RR oil cans
More ice cream parlor items
Firestone 2 sided flanged edge sign Dekalb 2 sided spinner sign
Gem City neon, ballast not attached Early OHIO license plates Sample of many other OHIO plates Tool box of padlocks Boxes & boxes of small advertising collectibles
Local directories Sealtest Ice Cream elec clock Willard Batteries elec clock 7-UP elec clock in oak frame More small signs of interest
Variety of sacks w/ advertising Oak roll top desk & chair Oak file cabinet
Boxes of soda & other bottles Coke & Pepsi bottles More! Over 200 milk bottles, see list
Boxes & boxes of coffee & oil cans, etc. Advertising fans
More advertising tins Even More Advertising tins Crocks, Jugs & small collectbles Chevy cricket clickers & pin back badges JD, Case & other stick pins, etc.
DeLaval Cow, calf & original envelope Few pocket knives, Lodge ribbons, badges & souvenir pieces Chauffeur & factory ID badges, auto key chains 4-H & other ribbons
Watch fobs, auto bumper mounts Riker mounts with a myriad of items of interest Wyandotte, 1938 sedan & trailer W/U train Matchbooks
John Deere, MM, New Idea & other bullet pencils More bullet pencils Marbles Fountain pins Miniature jugs w/ advertising
Miniature skillets Royal Stoves, Mini skillet, Greenville, OH Wagner ash tray skillets Glass eggs
Advertising tins, all full w/ items to be sorted Openers More openers
The bullet pencils again Mechanical pencils

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