LOCATION/DIRECTIONS: Auction held at the Miami County Fairgrounds. Take I-75 to Exit #47 (Main St, Route 41) and go east on Main St. to a left or north on Elm St (25-A) to Duke Building at Fairgrounds at 650 N. County Rd 25-A, Troy, OH 45373. Plenty of off-road parking. Watch for signs.
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Saturday November 14, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Selling Antiques – Primitives – Firearms
ANTIQUE – COLLECTIBLES – PRIMITIVES: 20+ Dazey & other mechanical butter churns (diff. sizes); wooden butter churns; wooden crank churn; 30+ crocks & crock jugs (1-gal - #5); DeGraff Creamery milk bottle & 60+ others; many wire top jars (all sizes); rack of 8 oil spout bottles; oil lamps; 35+ barn & railroad lanterns; carbide miner’s lamps; 5+ copper & brass fire extinguishers; wooden Budweiser crate; wooden milk crates & others; old wooden crank grape crusher; small wooden sugar bucket; sausage presses; antique cast iron crank tobacco grinder; metal tobacco spears; 250+ arrowheads – spears – flints & stone implements; pitchforks; hay forks; wooden pulleys; wheat cradle; corn jobbers; farm & country primitives; old Kentucky hanging scale & others; buzz saw blade; Partridge of Cincinnati lard can; metal boiler; many tins; Mail Pouch thermometer & several others; many old service station cans & fillers; railroad oil cans; wooden Hamilton railroad cart; metal box corn sheller; several mini anvils; milk & cream cans; brass spittoons; ice tongs; sad irons; shoe lasts; old door hardwares; Griswold stove dampers & others; cast iron bacon presses; many cast iron smalls – figures & collectibles; iron gnomes; cast iron alligator; iron coins banks & animals; toys; many cow bells; #2 Hillsboro dinner bell; many brass schoolhouse bells; brass figurines & others; wooden fruit press; wooden butter presses; wooden cars & trucks; wooden ducks; Tootsie toys; colored insulators; many old medicine & other bottles; several coffee mills & wall grinders; old cherry pitters; rolling pins; many primitive kitchen gadgets; various meat grinders; numerous walking sticks; coffee pots; many granitewares & porcelain wares many advertisers; advertiser yard sticks; 10-cent coin op. vending machine; 20+ animal leg hold traps; turtle trap; various 1-man & 2-man crosscut saws; many Ford wrenches; DeLavel wrench; I.H.C. wrenches; old plow & implement wrenches; draw knives; many primitive tools; hand carved items; wash boards; stag horns; slaw cutters; sausage stuffer; meat cleavers; meat saws; harness decoration; horse hames; horse bits; (2) horse head hitching posts; wooden ox yoke; implement seats; blacksmith tongs; open fans; old handcuffs; jail keys; smudge pots; vintage auto horns; various vintage automobile chrome hood ornaments; jack for Hudson automobile; railroad jacks & 20 others; 70+ license plates (sets & singles) from 1919-1970; (2) tin can men; cast iron Budweiser horse hitch; 7+ Ertl Ford toy tractors & others; metal & die cast trucks; Ferris wheels; “new” John Force Castrol jacket; 3’X3” maple butcher block table; iron & porcelain French parlor stove; McCray wooden ice box w/porcelain insides; NCR cash register; many treadle sharpeners; several separate grind stones; boat shadow box; wash bowl & pitcher; chicken collectibles; Lodge & Shipley “Choremaster” garden cultivator w/sulky & Clinton engine (runs & looks great); other Clinton engine.
SIGNS & RELATED: Lighted signs incl. Busch – Genesee – Black Label – Schmidts – Smirnoff – Bud Light – Miller – Michelob – Coors – Wiedemann & others; neon signs incl. Sharps – Bengals – Light Beer – No Bull; other signs incl. large oval Pennzoil – Bud Light – Miller Lite Nascar hood – Holley Equipment – Dekalb – older road signs – Schoenling; Budweiser lighted clock & several other vintage lighted clocks; cast iron Gulf dealer sign.
MINI-BIKE: 1976 Yamaha Chappy Model LB802 AC.
FIREARMS – HANDGUNS: Taurus “The Judge” 410/45; Smith & Wesson Bodyguard .380; Taurus Spectrum .380; Kel-Tec PMR 30-22 WMR; H&R Model 922 – 9-shot stub nose 22 revolver; North American Arms 22 magnum pocket revolver; Flint lock 36 cal. black powder pistol.
RIFLES: Marlin Model 1894-C 32-30 win. lever action; Mossberg Model 352 KB 22 w/Weaver scope; (2) CBC nylon 66 Apache 22 rifles; Ted Williams Model 3-T 22 w/Bushnell scope; Sears Model 25 22 semi w/scope.
SHOTGUNS: ATI 410 over 410; Mossberg Model 500E 410 pump; Remington Model 870 “Wingmaster” 12-ga w/2 barrels; Mossberg Model 500A 12-ga. camo w/2 barrels & Bushnell scope; Brazilian 12-ga.; Kimel Kamper Model KK1 20-ga. single home defender; Topper 58 20-ga. single; Thompson 50 cal. “Hawken” black powder.
BB & PELLET RIFLES: 10+ Crosman – Daisy & Benjamin and others.
AMMO-RELATED & KNIVES: Various 32-30 win. – 22 – 38 S&W – 9mm – 410-ga. – 20-ga. – 12-ga.; gun holsters; gun products; wooden ammo box; several cap pistols; Western camp hatchet & hunting knife combo; Schrade & Buck hunting knives; (2) Case pocket worn pocket knives.
RAY & PATRICIA METZGER – OWNERS
AUCTIONEERS NOTES – Ray is a longtime collector of farm primitives & antiques. For greater comfort & convenience, we’ve moved this super offering of antiques, collectibles & firearms to Miami Co. Fairgrounds. Guns will be held off-site until day of auction for security reasons. TIMES – Starting on antiques in mixed order; firearms sell approx. 1:30 PM, followed by larger items. Save the date, you won’t want to miss this one! Food & restroom. For info or absentee phone bids (credit card only), call Jon @ 937-545-4416 – also sale day phone. As always, we appreciate your business.