GIBSON PUBLIC AUCTION #2

SATURDAY, NOV 28 – QUINCY, OH


Antiques – Wood Burning Kitchen Ranges

NCR Cash Register – Fire Equipment

Longaberger Baskets – Cutco Cutlery

Live On-Site Auction
Location: 4352 St Rt 235, Quincy, OH 43343
Began:  11/28/20 at 9:30 AM EST

Gibson  Public Auction

Antiques – Wood Burning Kitchen Ranges
NCR Cash Register – Fire Equipment

Longaberger Baskets – Cutco Cutlery

Between Quincy & DeGraff OH
At 4352 State Route 235, one mile north of Quincy or 1 mile south of DeGraff in SW Logan County.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2020 ~ 9:30 AM

ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & MORE! NCR brass cash register; Hy-Spy tourist tower binocular stand; Hobart white porcelain scales; Fortune parlor stove; Foster, Ironton, OH, laundry stove; Clermont & 1 other enameled wood burning kitchen ranges; Fireman Memorabilia incl Steel wheel hose reel; wall mtd bells; Red Comet Extinguishers salesman cases; other glass grenade extinguishers incl replica examples; 2 leather buckets; badges; album of over 50 cloth insignias from across the USA & more; Cleveland Indians 1948 sketchbook; 2 floor model cigarette machines & 2 display racks; over 50 cigarette lighters; Dr. Pepper patio umbrella; beer taps; miscellaneous signs; tin Pepsi opener; kettles & spiders; crocks & jugs; iron ice cream table pedestal; shoe salesman’s stool; organ stool; camel saddle; oil lamps; cuckoo clock; mantle clock; 2 iron dble beds; claw foot tubs; trunks & storage boxes; over 75 rolling pins; wooden scoop shovel, pitch forks & rakes; horse hames & collar mirror; teacher’s brass hand bell; brass front scales; large brass horse w/ rider, steer heads & nude; cast iron dog, sailing ship, cottage & other doorstops; Rebecca at the well bookends; sad, flat & charcoal irons, over 20; mini ash tray skillets & waffle irons; CI toys & banks; match holders; over 75 Longaberger baskets incl Corn, 2 hampers, apple, stairstep, markets & many more, plus 3 basket trees, snowman rack & pottery, pitchers, cookie jar, nest of mixing bowls, etc; over 30 Cutco knives & kitchen utensils; Wagner Ware & other cast iron; large offering of Magnalite cookware; granite coffe pot; Kitchen utensils; huge amt of knives & sharpening steels; meat saws; Winchester tools; very nice anvil & related tools; box mtd corn shellers; fodder tier; platform scales; wooden barrel; wooden pulleys; horse head ties; barn lanterns; animal yokes; cow bells; iron building stars; ash hod; BB & Pellet rifles; 14 wooden canes & walking sticks; straight razors; spittoons; keys of all types; porcelain door knobs & casters; marbles; playing cards; harmonicas; Model E Viewmaster w/ box; candlestick & other black telephones; opera glasses; binoculars; modern medallions such as Johnny Bench; Local Items of interest; insulators; canning jars; counter jars; bottles; mini oil cans & others; 2 gal jar of wooden spools; Dutch girl string holder; lawn, garden & hand tools, fishing items & more to be discovered, as there are barns and sheds that were not inventoried at the time of the intial inventory. We’ll keep looking & you plan to be there for the unique items we find.

Note: Field Parking. Photos & details at www.stichterauctions.com or www.muncysells.com

Virgil Gibson, Owner

AUCTIONEERS: 
Jerry Stichter  – 937-216-9878
John Muncy   –  937-687-1919
Scott Pence & Kevin Kauffmann 

 

CASH or check with required ID.  VISA & MC with 4%  fee


Between Quincy & DeGraff OH
At 4352 State Route 235, one mile north of Quincy or 1 mile south of DeGraff in SW Logan County.

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NCR Brass Cash Register Over 75 Longaberger Baskets Large Selection Cutco Cutlery & Utensils Fireman Memorabilia

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Hy-Spy tourist binocular viewing tower Second view 2 cigarette machines Hobart commercial produce scale Crock & jugs
More crocks, jugs, etc Animal yokes, Cigarette pack displays, etc. Porcelain door knobs, casters, bells, counter jars Telephones & other collectibles Cutco Cutlery
Cutco kitchen utensils Cutco Knives More Cutco, approx 35 pcs Mantel & Hearth of collectibles & antiques NCR Cash Register, Sold in Piqua, 1915
Ash Hod & Rolling pins, 100 plus or minus 75 Longaberger baskets Primitive wooden farm tools Marbles
Fireman's hose reel Glass grenade extinguishers Fire Department flag Few badges Note book full of USA cities Fire Patches
Bob Evans mail box
Laundry stove Parlor stove Camel saddle
Doorstops Doorstops Rebeka at the Well bookends, 2 iron birds Case & JD advertisers
Babe Ruth Joe Louis Cleveland Indians, 1948 year book
Vanna & Pat, signed vintage photo Beer taps Ward Safety Razor & others Minor group of pocket watches Kitchen collectibles
Lighters
One of 100, rolling pins, many shapes & sizes Super nice anvil Engraving incle 154 lbs. Cast iron skillets, griddles, etc.
CI Kettles Skeleton keys
NCR Cash Register, sold Dec 15, 1915 Buyer ER Cofut, Piqua, OH Model 235
NCR receipt spike Lots of marbles
Small Indian Head WAPAK skillet, etc. No's 7 & 8 WAPAK irons, Wagner mini waffle maker Mini waffle maker, marked WAPAK Miniature or child's irons
Charcoal & Gas irons Charcoal & Gas irons Miniature cast iron dogs incl Heinz 57 Drunks at Lamp Posts bottle openers
Keen Kutter, Winchester, Dexter, Russell, Hollinger Lee, Dick, Lakeside, etc True Edge, Marks Pro & many others Carving sets & sharpening steels 6 knife block sets
Forschner 803-12 & -10 butcher knives & steel Forschner, Gerber & Dick steels Rolling pins & kitchen knives Hunting knives, adv pcs & more Photos of the 75 plus pcs of Magnalite
Theater size  popcorn machine Pallet of insulator box lots Porcelain, green & aqua insulators
Box mtd corn shellers Straight cupboard 1 of 2 sets of lockers Graphic stenciled seed cleaner

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2081 S. Greenlee Road Troy, OH 45373

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