A Huge Sale
Antiques - Furniture - Collectibles
Household - Tools & Misc.
SATURDAY, MARCH 24 ~ 10 AM
Located: Cincinnati, OH at the Grove Banquet Hall - 9150 Winton Rd. in Springfield Township behind the Fire Dept. from I-275 take Winton Rd. South 4.8 miles to auction on left (watch for sign)
A Historic Sale for A Historic Family
(Will run two sale rings for most of day)
Antiques-Very large Glass front China Cabinet, Cherry Sheraton Side Server, Oak Umbrella/Boot Settee, Grandfather Clock, Sessions Regulator Wall Clock, Walnut Wardrobe w/Burle Panels, Walnut Night Stands, Oak Ice Box, Washstand, Wicker Chairs, Coffee Table, Plant Stands, Antique Sofa, Windsor Ladder Back, Cane bottom chairs, handmade River Boat model, Several Framed Mirrors, Framed Pictures, several Oil Paintings on Canvas, Oil Lamps, Robertson Barometer, Childs Play Wagon, and much much more.
Collectibles - Lots of Sterling Silver, flatware, candle sticks, goblets, Silver Plate Tea Pots, Servers, Asian Marble Horse, Aborigine Artifacts to include boomerangs, spears and other pieces, highly decorated wood burning cook stove, Quilts, Turnbridge-Wells Central porcelain sign, Ice Cream Parlor tables and chairs, Stained Glass Window, Autographed Robert Kennedy Picture, Fiesta Ware, National Cash Register (Metal), Bird Prints, River Boat Prints, Song Book of Big Band Era Music, Camel Saddle, Vintage Vintner Brass Corkscrew opener, Veritias Scale, small mantle clock, Marinette elephant, various styles and makes of horse figurines, Morse Code Telegraph Machine, souvenir cut from Delta Queen Paddle Wheel with Decorative Medallion, Stone Ware, Lots of Carneal House Inn Memorabilia, Enterprise Mfg. Sausage Maker, Geo P. Gross Bass Drum, Older Model (50’s style) Lightweight Fiberglass Travel Trailer.
Furniture - Baldwin Apartment Size (Howard) Baby Grand Piano w/needle point bench, Ash Dresser w/Fruit pulls, Wing Back Chairs, Cannon Ball Bed, Poster Beds, Brass Beds, Dressers, Dinning Room Table w/6 chairs, 6 pc. Walnut Bedroom Set, Hoveround Battery Wheel Chair, Jazzy Battery Wheel Chair, Two 46” Toshiba Flat Screen TV’s, Whirlpool Washer, GE Dryer, Wicker Couch, Small China Cabinet, end table and coffee tables, several lamps.
Misc. - 9.5’ Sparky Kayak, Conn Strobe-O-Tuner, 10 gallon portable air tank, 2 gas chainsaws, one electric chainsaw, golf shoes, Flight Plans, Blue Prints, Fishing Poles, Yard Tools, landscape ornaments, Misc. Hand Tools, various nuts, bolts and nails, all kinds of different varieties of books, glassware, all kinds of cooking utensils, pots and pans, and much much more!
Guns - Weatherby Mark V Bolt Action 300 w/Leupold Scope; Browning 12 Gauge; Remington 1100 20 Gauge w/skeet barrel; Beeman Sportsman RS2 w/2 barrels-5.5 (22) and 4.5 (1.77); J.C. Higgins Model 29 22 long rifle w/Beeman Scope 4x32; misc. ammo.
Note - Karen & Peter Rafuse have quite a resume as strong leaders in the preservation movement of Covington, KY and as owners of the Carneal House of which they operated as a Bed & Breakfast. After they sold the Carneal House they moved much of their fine collection of Arts, Antiques and unique collectibles to their home in Springfield Twp. These items will be sold in this Auction. The home is so full of items packed in boxes and furniture stacked on top of furniture we only know a portion of what is actually there. We will ad to this list as we can uncover items but there will be many items not uncovered until the day before the Auction. We will have to run 2 sale rings to sell it in a day. Come prepared for an exciting day!
Important Auctioneer's Note -
The Piano and the Travel Trailer will not be at the sale location. These items will be available for public preview from 10 am to 2 pm on Friday, March 23 and from 9:30 am to 11 am on Saturday, March 24 (Day of Sale) at the Rafuse home located at 1365 Amesbury Dr. Cincinnati, Ohio.
ALL PURCHASED ITEMS MUST BE REMOVED BY 7 PM ON DAY OF AUCTION (SAT., MARCH 24)
W. Daniel Fitch, P.O.A
"We appreciated everything the Wilson-Harvey Auction Group did for our family. It was very hard to see dad's farm go, but it was very comforting working with Wilson-Harvey. they kept us calm and focused when we needed to be. Furthermore the farm sold."
The Bottorff Family