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Auctioneer Gordon W. Kinzinger Auctioneer 570-470-4755
Auction Date Apr 28 Auction
Location
1310 Cochecton Tpke, Rte 371
Damascus, PA
Time 11:00AM
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1310 Cochecton Tpke. Route371

Damascus, PA 18469

Saturday, April 28 @ 11am

  Buildings are to be demolished. The buildings will be sold; they must be removed by buyer.

These items are from an abandoned house and barn. The new owner struck gold. Pictures are worth a thousand words, check out the pictures. There is much more than is listed, they are still digging.

  14 K gold ring. (2)Gold teeth. Nine piece sterling dresser set. 16-Piece sterling dresser set. Glass pane with Emerson advertising. (2) Tin ‘Wayne County Savings Bank’ bank. Tic Model 1962 Blank Starter Pistol made in Italy. Warwick Knife Co. pocket knife. 4 1/2” Manson Sheffield knife. Other pocket knives.  Machetes, one signed.  Eye glasses (2) marked 12K. Lady’s gold Elgin watch. Silver (925) ring. Sterling chain link purse & coin holder. Nail point bracelet. Serving ladle. Jewelry, some sterling & gold. Large hat feathers. Bone handle 3 pc. cutlery set trimmed in sterling.

  Coins: (28) 1933-1964 silver quarters. (9) Buffalo nickels. (29) Steel pennies. (5) Mercury dimes. 1906 V nickel. Canadian $2 coin (1952-2002 Elizabeth). (471) Wheat pennies, 1916 & up. (2) Sacagawea $1 coins. Other coins.

  Oak washstand. Walnut (3 piece marble top) dresser with candle holders, mirror & teardrop pulls. Metal high back bed. Metal floor lamp. Store lamp. Wicker potty chair. Child’s rocker. Metal plantstand. Mahogany desk 5’6” long with (2) side drawers. Walnut 9’x32’ pier mirror with marble. 5-legged oak drop leaf table with 3 leaves. Upright Columbia Grafonola, Type H2.  Krakauer Bros upright piano, good ivory. Piano bench. Dome top trunk with insert. (2) Trunks. Table lamp.

  Wooden canes. Cane with ivory handle & rifle carved in it. Rawlings Regent baseball mitt. Rawlings size 8 ½ shoes. National Biscuit Co. (Say Zu Zu to the grocer man) wooden box. Tin spice set. (7) Steins. Four feet ruler, Richard W. Ellis. (2) V&S Store yard sticks. Vintage clothing. Rooster weather vane. (7) New children’s watches. Cigarette lighter 1939 Duesenberg, Model SJ. Keys. Delaware Valley Motor Co, Damascus thermometer. Cochecton Mills thermometer. 1939 World’s Fair thimble. Thimble from England. Firestone glass & rubber ashtray (The Mark of Quality). Tarbell Guernsey, Smithville, N. Y. pint milk bottle. Dairylea pint milk bottle. National Creamery Co. ½ pint glass bottle. Schrafft’s ½ pint glass bottle. (2) Glass ink wells. Coca Cola bottle opener. (2) Occupied Japan mugs. Tramp art style wooden holder. Watch fobs. Cast-iron match holder. Top cigarette maker. Desk bell. Inkwell with pen. Dresser box. Streamliner typewriter. Baskets. Tie rack. Oak wall telephone. Pin cushions. Purses. Willson eyeglass holder. Depression glass. Early wooden pinball machine.  Coal pail & shovel. Daisy BB rifle. Set of 6 Reed & Barton spoons. Rogers & Bro. A-1 sugar spoon & butter knife. (13) Rogers& Bro 12 knives. Rogers & Bro (A-1) (7) teaspoons & (12) forks.  #1 jug.  (2) 5 gallon glass jugs with embossed bear (Great Bear). 5 gallon stoneware jug. (4) Small crocks. 1 ½ gallon crock with lid. White enamel tray. White enamel coffeepot.  Gray agate dipper. Red trimmed chamber pot. White agate pitcher. All-in-one grader. (2) Never used hand-sewn quilts

  Perfume bottles. Children’s books. Paperback books. Knick-knacks. Quilts. New sheets. Pillowcases. Lloyds cassette recorder. Emerson radio/cassette/recorder. Pepsi can radio. Kodak MAX camera. (2) Boxes of tapes. 45 RPM records. (3) Boxes 78 RPM records. World-Traveler radio. Polaroid Super Color Pack. (4) Cans of coffee. New Rival Buffet Server. Stertzers 50th anniversary bottle opener with a heart. (2) Chicken figurines. Wooden goose head decoration. Sea shells. Christmas dishes. 1998 Eldred Central school book. Box of recipes.  Hand stitched linens. 1950s step stool. New (60) Plastic Rainbow Magic Spring (like Slinkys). #374 Blanket pin. Black & white photos, Bodie Studio. (3) Pipes.  Children’s small games. Dolls. Doll on music box. Child’s Pro Curler. (2) Ross pens. Mr. Peanut pen. Travel clock. 6 cent stamps with airplane. Child’s sad iron. 14” frying pan. Wooden letterbox. Lamp shades. Linens. Church shaped ink well. Empty brush & mirror box with Sterling label. Fur coats & gloves. Box of curtain extenders.

  ARTWORK: Oil painting, H. Mitchell 1945, ‘Camp Mitchell’. Oil painting signed Doc Bodick. Billiards Players print (Tipsy) by Bernard Leemker. Oils by A. Kelley, 1948, back has River Iron Works Co., 1894 American Printing Co. The Twins, by George Zobel. Oil by H Mitchell, 1931.  R. Swain Gifford print. Blue River Valley print. 14”x11” 1936 The Saturday Evening Post poster. F. Grayson Sayre print.

  Books: (1915 Tommy & Grizel.  A Window in Thrums, Auld Licht Idylls. The Little Minister. The Little White Bird. Peter and Wendy. Margaret Ogilvy all by J. M. Barrie). (1915 The Two Vanrevels.  Penrod. The Gentleman from Indiana. The Guest of Quesnay. Monsieur Beaucaire. The Beautiful Lady. His own People. All by Booth Tarkington). (1914 His Grace of Osmonde. Louisiana, the Pretty Sister of José. That Lass O’Lowries. The Dawn of a Tomorrow.  A Fair Barbarian.  A Lady of Quality. Surly Tim and Other Stories. All by Frances Hodgson Burnett). (Flying to Amy-ran Fastness by E. J. Craine). (Army Boys in the Big Drive by Homer Randall). (The Lurtiss Field Mystery by Harrison Bardwell). (1926 Deliverance. 1928 Government.  By J. F. Rutherford). (1913 Within the Law by Bayard Veiller). (1936 The Hurricane by Charles Bernard Nordhoff & James Norman Hall). (1926 Honey Bunch, Her First Auto Tour by Helen Louise Thorndyke). (1900 A Child’s Story of New Testament). (1927 New Practical English for High Schools Second Course).

  Calendars: 1921 C. M. Pethick, Tyler Hill, PA. 1922 C. H. Valentine, Damascus, PA. 1966 Tyler Hill Store, Ivan & Ruth Swendson. Other calendars.

  (13)Fishing rods with reels. (11) Fishing rods. (4) Boxes of fishing items. Bosch halogen fog-lights.  Small block plane.  (2) Igloo coolers. Motion lamp. (3) Fans. Birdhouse. Roller blades, size 8. Box of Phoenix Neverslid red tip calks for horse shoe. Horse shoes. Quilting frame with stand. Sportsman pocket warmer.  Trail Blazer sickle bar mower, with new mower bar. (2) Removable doors & mirrors for 1994 Jeep. Fairbanks platform scale with weights. (3) Firearm holsters.

Fold-up chair. Roll of padding. Roll of 76” long screening. (2) Quarts motor oil. (2) Steel wool. Men’s new gloves.  Champ, Master Lock Co. lock. Bilco door. Box of new hardware. Brick pillars, plus single bricks. (5) Chain link fence 10’x6’ sections with gate. (12) Doors mortis top & bottom, some grained, some with white knobs. 12’ Hand rail.

  24’x22’barn. House. (42) 6-pane windows. 6” plank floor in one room. 5” & 2 ¼” oak tongue & groove.                    

 Check AuctionZip.com for photos and listing. #8563

Terms: cash or check with a bank letter (on a bank letterhead) stating you are in good standing with your bank account.        

No credit cards.    Rain or shine           Bring a chair.     Food available.   

Auctioneers:   Gordon W. Kinzinger AU002085L        Todd W. Kinzinger AU003992L

570-470-4755




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