Sat., April 21 – 10 A.M.
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Do Not Miss This Event
Located: Springfield, Ohio
Champions Center – Clark County Fairgrounds
(Exit 56 / I-70 and SR41)
Preview Date & Times: Auction Site – Friday, April 20 (3-5)
1925 STEINWAY MODEL M CONCERT GRAND PIANO
ANTIQUE/MODERN FURNITURE * ANTIQUES * ART GLASS * COLLECTIBLES* TOYS * VENTRILOQUESTS – DOLLS
PINBALL MACHINES * SLOT MACHINES
ROCK-OLA JUKE BOXES * COCA COLA VENDING MACHINES
COCA COLA ADV. SIGNS*
VINTAGE NEON SIGNS * VINTAGE MOBIL AND SINCLAIR GAS PUMPS AND PETROLIANA * MODEL TRUCKS* 1948 AND 1951 WHIZZER BIKES *1946 CHEVY STREET ROD PICK-UP TRUCK
2001 CHRYSLER TOWN&COUNTRY MINI-VAN
EXMARK ZERO-TURN COMMERCIAL MOWER * JD 455 DIESEL TRACTOR W/ 60” DECK AND BLADE * EZ-GO GOLF CART * HONDA FOURTRAX 200 4-WHEELER
L/G TOOLS AND MUCH MORE
PIANO:1925 Steinway Model M Concert Grand Piano, excellent condition. Call for apt. to inspect prior to Auction.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE: French, Tiger Maple, 4-drawer chest, 1800 – 1830, Country Bandy feet, Louisville, KY; Cherry Mule chest, 2-drawer; Walnut Corner Cabinet, glass front, 78 1/2 “ high; Wooden settee; Walnut Duncan Phyfe dining room table w/6 chairs, 2 leafs, 1950’s; Oak Roll Top Desk, w/ Oak chair, 55” w, 49”h, 32”d; Oak bookcase, glass front, 37” w, 12” d, 69” h; Oak church pew, 82”; Queen Ann arm chair-bench; Upholstered side chair; Early Toddler Rocker; Walnut Spinning Wheel; Side chair, high back, upholstered; Mahogany Side Server, 2-drawer; Wooden Trunk; Child’s settee, w/foot stool, lacquered, Sumpter Cabinet Co., So. Carolina, 38”l x 25”h; Poster bed, King size, Chippendale high boy, 10 drawer dresser, 64” x 34”, night stand (4 pc.); Blanket box, painted, dove tailed w/orig. key; Oak Wash Stand, 1-drawer.
MODERN FURNITURE: 3-pc. Queen size, bedroom suite, black lacquered; Double bed –metal head board; sofas; Mitsubishi 36” Color TV, , w/ Oak stand; Patio Table w/4 Chairs and Pads; Ice cream table, round, w/ 4 stools; Sanyo mini refrigerator, 18” x 18” x 32”.
ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES/ART GLASS: Wooden Horse Drawn Sleigh; Violin; Stained Glass Windows; Bird cage, floor stand; Turkish rug, double knotted, 88” x 132”; Set of Sleigh Bells; Art Deco 1930’s Streamline Child’s Scooter; Philco port. AM radio, wooden leather handles; OSU print, 8/50, AJ Hawk tackling brother-in-law, Brady Quinn; Decorator racks; Carousel Gum Ball machine, #84C-009376; Spud McKenzie Budlight, lighted dog sign; General Store Display Case; Pepsi Cooler, aluminum, 1950’s; Pepsi Cola Syrup dispenser/music box; Pepsi Cola Cooler; Huffy-Coca Cola, Bicycle, never ridden; Coca Cola Bottle Carrier, metal; Coca Cola Pocket Knife, Chicago World’s Fair 1933; Coca Cola Coolers; Coca Cola napkin dispenser, straw dispenser, radios, salt/pepper shaker; Coca Cola - Carton Display Rack, 6 bottles, 25 cents plus deposit; Coca Cola, spring loaded, carton display, 66” h x 17” w x 17 d; 7 Up cooler, Progress Refrig. Co., Louisville, KY; Coffee pot, grey granite; (2) 30” bar stools, Allante, Owner’s Assoc.; (2) 30” bar stools, Ohio State Buckeyes; US Mail Hotel Slot; Antique Baby Carriage; Fresh Gum Dispenser Machine, 1 cent, wall mount; Copper Fire Extinguishers, AJS, Mansfield, OH and Childs, Model DS; 78 Record Albums; ADVERTISING SIGNS: Metal Sign/Thermometer F. A. Zwisheha, Canton’s Shoe Doctor, “When Better Shoe Rebuilding Is Done, We’ll Do It”; Diamond Laundry Inc., metal thermometer; W.J.C. Kaufmann, Co., Gen. Cont., Detroit, Michigan metal thermometer; NuGrape Soda, metal thermometer; Poker Chip display; Wooden Portable Commode; 1995 Two Dollar Bills, uncut sheet; R X R Sign, round; Yield Sign, triangle; Miller Lite Beer, Pool Table Light, 19” square; OSU Helmet, Neon Light; Whizzer Globe, Authorized Sales & Service; Beer Tap handles; Michelob Golden Draft, adv. sign, “Smooth Over Everything”, 20” x 35”; Lusterware, several pcs.; Fry Art Glass; Buffalo Pottery; Zalosna figurines, Girl w/Bird and (2) Deer; Xenia National Bank, coin bank #9, orig. box; (12) pce. Frosted Glass; Pedro Tobacco Tin Lunch Pail; Art Glass Bowl; Wedgewood Pitcher; 1946 Ohio License plates; 25 mph speed limit sign.
TOYS: Smith-Miller toy trucks: Vintage Smith-Miller Mack, SMFD Fire Truck; Vintage Smith-Miller, Mack, Tanker Truck – Mobil Gas w/extra Mobil Oil Tank; recent prod. (old dies) Smith-Miller, Mack Bekins Moving Van, recent prod., old dies; Mayflower Moving Van; Bulldozer, Louis Marx & Co., metal; Lionel O-Gauge, Lionel Lines, Engine w/Coal Car, Box Car No. 814 and Caboose No. 817; Lumar Lines Engine and (2) Coal Cars; Mercury Mar Toy Co. Engine, (2) Pullman Carts; Rolls Racer Utility Wooden Wagon, w/rails; Child’s writing desk w/abacus; (2) Doll Baby Buggies – Attributed to Joel Ellis; Child’s Irish Mail hand pump riding toy; Early Child’s Rocking Horse, Blue Base; Wooden Child’s Hobby Horse, green paint/leather seat, 36”l x 29” h; Doll Crib w/wheels; BF Goodrich Ford Model A, Liberty Classic Truck; Farm Implement Toys – JD Skid Steer, Tractor/Wagon, Anhyd. Amon. Tank, made in USA; Coca Cola International Delivery Truck, Ertl #6845-7101, w/bottles & cases; Structo Dumper Truck; Super Deluxe Delivery Service – Buddy L Tin Treasures; Winner Motorcycle Bullet Sound, Friction Powered w/orig. box (Welby); Coca Cola Metalcraft Gearbox Truck; Leakin’ Lena Bound & Pull Toy, Pressman Toy Corp.; American Flyer, The AC Gilbert Co., New Haven, Conn., Billboard & Street Light; Union 76 Tanker Truck, Ertl; Hook and Ladder, Wooden Fire Demon Pull Toy; Ladder Fire Truck, Metal Masters; Car Hauler, Kenworth – Buddy L Power Drivers, 1981 Buddy L, clean battery box; Runabout Race Car, newer; Danbury Mint Cast Model Trucks & Cars-1931 Coca Cola Del. Truck; 1955 Coca Cola Del. Truck; 1935 Coca Cola Del. Truck; 1927 Coca Cola Del. Truck; 1938 Coca Cola Del. Truck; 1941 Coca Cola Del. Panel Truck; 1928 Coca Cola Del. Truck; 1925 Coca Cola Del. Truck; 1950’s Coca Cola Del. Truck; 1953 Cadillac Eldorado; 1959 Cadillac Pink, Series 62; 1953 Chevy Pick Up, OSU; 1960’s Corvette, Sting Ray, Motorbox; 1940 Coca Cola Ford Coupe.
VENTRILOQUISTS – DOLLS: Charlie McCarthy Doll, original; Charlie McCarthy Doll, newer; Howdy Doody Doll; W. C. Fields Doll; Danny O’Day Dolls; Jerry Mahoney Doll; Groucho Marx Doll; Little Boy Doll, composition.
PINBALL/ARCADE MACHINES: Atari Centipede Video Game, stand up, new monitor, early 1970’s, Mod. 302xx, S#18220, 25 cents; Pac Man –converted to MS Pack Man, 1980, Midway Manuf., MS. Packman has ribbon in hair; “The Simpson’s” Pinball Machine, by Dataeast, Circa 1990, S# 34218; “Flash” Pinball Machine by Williams.
SLOT MACHINES: Jennings-Club Chief, 25 cent, mtd. on Oak pedestal cabinet; Players Edge, Draw Poker 4000, Coins – 25 cents, made by International Game Technology, 08/1986, Model 1070D, S# 151067; Sam’s Town, 4 Aces Hotel and Gambling Hall, 25 cents, IGT, S# 453377; Golden Nugget Slot Machine, as is.
ROCK-OLA JUKE BOXES: Rockola Juke Box, Super Sound, Model 490,
S# 41179; Rock-Ola Jukebox, wall mount, stereo.(both work well)
COCA COLA/PEPSI VENDING MACHINES: Dome Coca Cola Machine, single phase side dispenser, F. L. Jacobs. Co., Model JSC-160, S# 20568B, 53” h x 2; Dome top – Tombstone, Coca Cola Vendorlator, 10 cent; Coca Cola – Cavalier, Frigidaire Box, Bottle Dispenser; Coca Cola Bottle Dispenser, 10 cents, VMC44, Vendorlator Manuf. Co., S# 44250 4A31, 16” x 21” w x 58” h; Pepsi Bottle Dispenser, 10 cents, VMC, original.
COCA COLA ADV. SIGNS: Coca Cola sign, round, lighted; GE Coca Cola electric radio, 1956, Compliments, Lima, OH; Coca Cola Sign, 36” round; Coca Cola Sign, fish tail, 42”; Nehi Orange Sign, 26” x 52”, by Robertson; Drink Coca Cola, 12” x 36”; Coca Cola, “Plate Lunches” Sign, 16” x 50”; “Drink Coca Cola”, Thermometer, 7” x 16”; Coca Cola Light, hanging; Coca Cola,” Sign of Good Times”, face – fish tail, 68” x 25”; Coca Cola, pull down, tent lighted sign, “Put Your Thirst On Ice”; Coca Cola, menu board, 19” x 27”; Coca Cola Thermometer, triangle, plastic, 6” x 15”.
VINTAGE NEON SIGNS: RARE Neon sign/clock, rainbow menu board; Budweiser Neon guitar sign, 41”; Corona Extra Neon bottles sign, 33”; Michelob advertising light, electric, 18” x 3.5” x 6”; Old Milwaukee Beer sign, 22” x 9” x 4”; Michelob Light, Eagle; Bud, Neon Beer Sign, 17” x 17”.
VINTAGE NEON & ELECTRIC CLOCKS: Clock, Hammond–Motored–Clean Gas–Cents a Gallon, Correct Electric Time, Neon Prod. Inc., Lima, OH; Budweiser Neon bottle sign; Coca Cola Neon Clock, 19” round, Neon Products, Lima, OH; Cleveland Clock, #46422, 1-sided, wired dble.neon/clock, 26” round; Coca Cola Clock Sawtooth Clock, alum. case, single–sided, 21” round; Attentioneer Neon Clock, neon numbers, double-wired, reprod. hexagon, 23”; Cleveland Neon Clock, #34596, single-sided, 26” round; Fina Tires Clock, lighted, 18” round; Coke Clock, “Ice Cold”, lighted, 15” round; Pepsi Cola Bottle Cap Clock, lighted, 15” round; Cleveland Elec. Neon Clock, #9986, 26” round, two-sided. All in good condition.
RESTORED VINTAGE MOBIL-SUNOCO-SINCLAIR GAS PUMPS and PETROLIANA: Sinclair Dino, Premium Gas Pump, Tokheim, new globe, Mod. 39, Type HR, S# 920990, 12/47 Manuf. Date.; Sinclair H-C Gas Pump, new globe, Mod. 60, S# 1808-BB, Wayne, Circa early 40’s; Sunoco Dynafuel Gas Pump, Martin & Schwartz, Model 80, S# 48323, 27” w x 62” h; Sohio Supreme Gas Pump, Tokheim, Model 89, S# 976934-12-50, 22” x 75”; Mobilgas Special Gas Pump, Wayne Pump Co., Mod.- (1)T 80, S# 10743, original top; Mobilgas Regular Gas Pump, Tokheim; Mobilgas Regular Gas Pump, Mod. (1)T 0, S# 123858; Good Year Tires Thermometer, Long Branch Tire Co. Inc., Long Branch, NJ; Mobil Oil trash can; Indy 500, “75 yrs. of Racing Legends” Framed Print, May 26, 1991; original Milk Glass Globe; Whizzer & Pepsi repro. inserts, hanging lamp fixture or globe for gas pump.
1948 AND 1951 WHIZZER BIKES: 1948 Whizzer, Schwinn, motor bike knee action; 1951 Whizzer, Sportsman, 20”, original persons seat. (Both good condition).
1946 CHEVY STREET ROD PICK-UP TRUCK,350 Chevyengine, automatic quick shift.
2001 CHRYSLER TOWN&COUNTRY MINI-VAN - Limited, V6, 90K miles, loaded, no sunroof, heated seats or cd player.
LAWN TRACTORS/MOWER/LEAF VAC/SNOW BLOWER/TOOLS:2001Exmark Lazer Z, Zero Turn Mower, 60”, comm. grade, 27hp Kawasaki engine, S# 222306; JD 455 Lawn Tractor, 426 hrs., diesel, pto drive, w/54” quick hitch blade, 3 cyl., 22 hp, 60” deck, mulcher comp., S# M00455C091806; JD, JS63E, Mower, self prop., 6.5 hp; Ariens 1128 Snow King Snow Blower, 28”, Tecumseh engine Mod. 924121, S# 010930; Parker Conestoga Trail Vac Leaf Sweeper, 6 cans inside, 5hp Briggs & Stratton, new hoses; Excell Pressure Washer, Mod. 354, 3500 PSI, 13 hp Honda engine;Agra Fab Snow Blade, 42”, for Troy Bilt Super Bronco, LBD 48D; Stihl, 011 AVT, Chain Saw, 16” bar; Sears Chipper Shredder, 5hp. B&S; Parker Leaf Blower, 5 hp, B&S; Lawn Cart, tilt bed; Lawn Seeder/Thatcher, pull type; B&D Shopmate; Vise; Craftsman, lower tool chest; L & G tools
EZ-GO GOLF CART, gas powered, S# 571462, w/rear bench.
1991 HONDA FOURTRAX 200 4-WHEELER, rear wheel drive.
Chet and Judy Walthall, Owners
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WILSON-HARVEY AUCTION GROUP
"The Wilson-Harvey Auction Group sold our 1,300 acre farm by auction and we were very satisfied with the professional job they did.
We selected Wilson-Harvey Auction Group around 12 months before the auction. We had bids in from three different auction companies and considered that Wilson-Harvey was the group for us.
The reason we selected them was the effort they went to to understand the nature of our farm which had been in the family for close to 200 years. In addition they were a local firm with good contacts in the farming and banking communities. We knew from this that they would be able to attract buyers to the auction.
On top of all this my wife and I live in Sydney, Australia. Although we visited the farm on several occasions during the process of selecting the auction firm we wished to work with, we had to be able to trust the firm we selected as we were not full time on the farm. Our trust in Wilson-Harvey was not misplaced."
Brooks C. Wilson
Elcamere Farms, Inc.