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Auctioneer Roy Good & other local auctioneers 717-392-0112
Auction Date Jun 29 Auction
Location
2727 Old Philadelphia Pike
(Rt. 340, across from Bird-in-Hand Family Inn & Restaurant)
Bird-in-Hand, PA
Time 08:00AM
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Featured Donations

●     CHILDREN'S BACKYARD PLAYSET - 4’x 4’ tower with 5’ deck height, vinyl roof, entrance ladder, 5’ rock wall, 3-position single beam, 2 belt swings, trapeze, and Wonder Wave Slide; Donated by a group of individuals

●     Poly Lawn Furniture - 42" round table w/ 4 chairs, color is ivory on weatherwood, made locally in Lancaster County PA; donated by anonymous individuals

Carriages/Sleighs

●     Victoria Carriage - Brewster & Co. from Broome, NY; patent leather fenders; coachlights; total restore - Serial No: 19643 1964

●     Heavy Duty Pony Spring Wagon (4’ x 7’) - good condition; natural wood finish; designed for larger pony or haflinger; small rubber tire wheels & brakes

●     NEW - Aluminum Spring Wagon (3 seats, 8’ bed) - powder coated black; hydraulic brakes; LED tail lights & LED extendable headlights; voltmeter; rubber floor mats; battery box on side; designed to comfortably seat people, plus has pull out extension to haul 4x8 plywood

●     Mill Run Medium Pony Road Cart - good condition, tufted seats; pinstriping; shaft length 57”; wheel height 43”; well balanced - WITHDRAWN

●     Albany Cutter Sleigh - circa 1870’s; with shafts; completely restored by Lancaster County craftsman

●     Portland Cutter Sleigh - w/ folding top

●     Buggy – w/ red cushions

●     Ultra-light Buggy – Fiberglass seat; lights & brakes

●     Wooden Draft Road Cart – Black; used only once; custom made

●     Jerald Show Cart – Black; wheel covers; good condition

●     European Open Hearse

●     Custom built Amish Carriage - was part of the late David Rockefeller estate

●     Road Cart - Large pony/small horse; Nolts Wheel Shop; 46” wheels; 72” shafts; tips; tree

●     Meadowbrook Cart - Horse size; 50” wheels; extra fenders; 80” shafts; tips; tree

●     Meadowbrook Carriage - Reproduction; natural wood; solid; very good condition

●     Top Buggy - Antique; Maker tag - W.A. Paterson, Michigan - circa 1900; Very Good Condition

●     2-Seat Freight Sleigh - All wood finish; rare find; 3’ x 8’

●     Wicker Basket Sleigh - 150 years old; family of Ethel Hemp Delphey Jefferson, MD

●     2-Seat Buggy - Pin striped; new fenders & dash; patent leather; made in Shippensburg, PA

●     Meadowbrook Pony Cart - Large pony size; Carriage Machine Shop; 43" wheel, 64" shaft, satin finish, split seat, half moon fender, dash tray, black patent leather on shafts, satin finish; excellent condition; ready for show

●     Meadowbrook Carriage - Fits 15 hand horse; Carriage Machine Shop; 44" wheels ,76" shafts, half moon fender, split seat, hydraulic brakes, dash tray, black patent leather on shafts, satin finish; excellent condition; ready for show

●     New Break Body - Double E Carriage

●     Meadowbrook - Cob-size; half moon fenders; Mint condition and show ring ready

●     2-Wheel Road Cart - Natural wood; fits halflings or 14/15 hand horse; excellent condition; Running Brook Farm, Vt. - WITHDRAWN

●     Wagonette - Good for training/working 14/15 hand horses; has poles; needs a little work - WITHDRAWN


Miscellaneous Carriage Appointments, Harness & Tack

●     Horse Harnesses - 1 breast strap; 1 collar harness

●     Bareback Pad & 2 Horse Turnout Blankets

●     44” cart axle wheels - quantity: 2

●     Australian Saddle - w/Almost new saddle pad; very good condition

●     Meadowbrook Pony Shafts Set - Carriage Machine Shop; very good condition; satin finish, patent leather on ends

●     Single Breast Collar Harness - Smuckers harness for single horse; black patent leather; excellent condition; fits 14.2 halflinger - WITHDRAWN

●     Halters with lead ropes (x2)

●     Pony Turrets - 1 set

●     Curb Chain - new, in package

●     Curb Chain with Hooks (x3)

●     Curb Chain - Nylon, brown

●     Pony Bit - Liverpool straight bar 4½”

●     Pony Bit - Half cheek straight bar 4¼”

●     Pony Blanket - Weatherbeeta; midweight; blue; size 57”

●     Pony Blanket - Weatherbeeta; midweight; pink; size 57”

●     Pony Sheet - Weatherbeeta; green w/lining; size 57”

●     Pony Sheet - Weatherbeeta; Kool Koat; white plaid; size 60”

●     Pony Sheet - Big D; nylon w/ open front; blue; size 57”

●     Pony Sheet - Big D; nylon w/ closed front; green; size 57”

●     Pony Fly Sheet - Kensington; pink plaid; size 60”

●     Pony Fly Sheet - Big D; beige; size 60”

●     Pony Fly Mask - Cashel; small pony size

●     Dressage Cones - 1 set of 8 cones

●     Tail Whip - black

●     Bell Boots - Professional Choice; black; size small

●     Bell Boots - blue; size small

●     Bucket - blue; small

●     Strap - Flank cinch strap; new

●     Back Pad - Harness back pad; green; small

●     Hay Bag - green; new

●     Blanket Bag - burgundy; new

●     Blinker Hood - pony; used

●     Saddle Rack - Easy Up frame w/Saddle rack

Ponies/Miniature Horses

●     Mini Yearling Filly (Sweetheart) - Brown & white; beautiful markings; 36” high; halter broke; born May 26, 2017

●     2 Mini Mares - 5 yr. olds; broke to ride & drive; both running w/ a stallion  WITHDRAWN (after printing of the flyer)

●     Mini Colt (Lightning) - 1 yr. old; halter broke, gentle, great personality for children; make him your dream!

●     Mini Mare (Magic) - 3 yrs. old; possibly in foal; broke to ride; great pony for children to learn and play with

●     Mini Mare (Penny) - 5 yrs. old; black & white paint; broke to ride & drive; safe for small children; running with a stallion

●     Mini Mare (Diamond) - 6 yrs. old; black; broke to ride & drive; driven by children; running with a stallion

●     Mini Mare (Frisky) - 1 yr. old; brown; halter broke; tame; children play with her

●     Mini Gelding (Spunky) - 3 yrs. old; black, brown & white; broke to ride and drive with snap

●     Mini Mare (Sweety) - 5 yrs. old; brown & white; gentle, tame; broke to ride and drive

●     Mini Gelding (Midnight) - 3 yrs. old; black; very tame; broke to ride and drive

●     Mini Gelding (Stormy) - 3 yrs. old; gray; broke to drive traffic safe & sound; was driven double; well started to ride; needs a firm hand

●     Mini Gelding (Jackson) - 8 yrs. old; black; broke to ride and drive; safe for children

●     Mini Gelding (Cyclone) - 4 yrs. old; white; broke to drive; traffic safe

●     Paint Pony - 6 yrs. old; 38” high; tame, broke to ride & drive

Quilts & Local Crafts

●     King Size Quilt - 106” x 114” – New

●     Peddlers Cart – Made by master craftsman in 2018; old weathered boards and wheels along with handcrafted metal; light bayberry stain on body, soft maroon stain on wheels; flat black ironwork; 28” x 48”, wheels 32”

●     Wooden Barn Quilt Block - Custom hand painted 2 ft. square; 1/4 plywood w/ wooden frame on back; easy to hang; for both indoor and outdoor use; patterns and colors vary – 50

●     Wooden Barn Quilt Block - Custom hand painted 4 ft. square; 1/4 plywood w/ wooden frame on back; easy to hang; for both indoor and outdoor use; patterns and colors vary - 6

●    3D Picture - hand-carved and painted 3D wall hanging of a mill by Jay Petersheim; 11” x 11” x 4”

●    Oil Painting - Untitled #10, (Blue Concentric Circles); by Tim Ray Fisher; 2014; framed on board

●    Oil Painting - Untitled (Horse); by Tim Ray Fisher; 2012; 32” x 44” framed on stretched canvas

●    Oil Painting - Untitled #44 (Geometric Blocks); by Tim Ray Fisher; framed on stretch canvas

●    Whimsy Bottle - Untitled (Assemblage Inside a Bottle of Flowers, Sname, Bird, Rabbit); by Tim Ray Fisher; 2017

●    Whimsy Bottle - Untitled (Assemblage Inside a Bottle of Noah’s Arc); by Tim Ray Fisher; 2018

●     Barn Quilt Wooden Mailbox Plaque - 8” x 8”; hand painted; double sided; hanging - 10

●     Quilt - Trip Around the World; 86” x 96”

●     Quilt - Hand-quilted, old; 80” x 82”

●     Quilt - Flowers; machine-sewed; 66” x 85”

●     Quilt - Bird Cross Stitched; hand-quilted; 85” x 94”

●     Quilt - Green Flower; hand-quilted; used; 85” x 82”

●     Quilt - Pink Painted States; w/ pillow; hand-quilted; 108” x 98”

Farm & Garden

●     15 - Mill Pulley Wheels - Variable sizes, refinished wood

●     2 - Bow Saws

Antiques & Collectibles

●     Kerosene Lamp Collection - Approx. 100

●     White Eagle Claw Bath Tub

●     White Wash Bowl

●     Wheelbarrow - Decorative with flowers

●     Jug - Old, excellent shape

●     Jelly Bucket - Brass

●     Milk Bucket - Brass

●     Doll High Chair - w/ teddy bear

●     Polished Copper Kettle, with flowers

●     Old Copper Still

●     Book - Young Tom Hall: His Heartaches and Horses - Robert Smith Surtees -  1926 - Hardback

●     Book - Handley Cross; or Mr. Jorrocks's Hunt - Robert Smith Surtees - 1923 -  Hardback

●     Book - Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds - Robert Smith Surtees - 1892 - Hardback - Inside cover has inscription from 1899

●     Book - The Best of The Fun: 1891-1897 - Captain E. Pennell-Elmhirst - 1903 - Hardback

●     Book - Foxhound Forest & Prairie - Captain E. Pennell-Elmhirst - 1892- Hardback - Inside cover has previous owner signature

●     Book - Across Country - "Wanderer" - 1882 - Hardback - Inside cover pages has inscription from 1913

●     Book -  Hawbuck Grange; or The Sporting Adventures of Thomas Scott, Esq. - Robert Smith Surtees - 1847 - Hardback

●     Book - The Cream of Leisestershire - Captain E. Pennell-Elmhirst - 1883 - Hardback - Inside cover pages has inscription from 1937

●     Book - Snaffles: The Life and Work of Charlie Johnson Payne 1884-1967 - John Welcome, Rupert Collens - 1987 - Hardback - Has protective paper cover with plastic sleeve

●     Book - Training Hunters, Jumpers and Hacks - Harry D. Chamberlin, Brig. Gen. - 1987 - Hardback - Has protective paper cover with plastic sleeve

●     Book - The Analysis of the Hunting Field - Robert Smith Surtees, Henry Thomas Alken - 1904 - Hardback - 7 full page plates

●     Book - 100 Years in Harness - Nicole Kraft - 2008 - Hardback - Has protective paper cover

●     Book - Try Back: A Huntsman Reminiscences - A. Henry Higginson - 1931 - Hardback

●     Book - Whipper-In - Dennis J. Foster, Lt. Col. - 2005 - Hardback - Has protective paper cover

●     Book - Houn' Dog - Mary Calhoun - 1959 - Hardback

●     Book - Little Charlie, the Fox - J. Blan van Urk - 1977 - Hardback - Has protective paper cover

●     Book - Red Letter Days - Molly Keane & Snaffles - 1987 - Hardback

●     Book - The Year 'Round: A Perennial Miscellany for Fox Hunters - Guy Wheeler - 1968 - Hardback - Has protective hard book sleeve

●     Book - The Fabulous Fox: An Anthology of Fact & Fiction - Johanna Johnston - 1979 - Hardback - Has protective paper cover

●     Book - Hunting Sketches - Anthony Trollope - 1952 - Hardback - Has protective paper cover with plastic sleeve; Inside cover has previous owner note

●     Book - Hunting the Fox - Lord Willoughby de Broke -  - Paperback

●     Book - Over the Open - H. S. Page - 1925 - Hardback - Number 360/1000 printed

●     Book - Privately Trained - D. W. E. Brock - 1946 - Hardback

●     Book - Wild Lone: The Story of a Pytchley Fox - D.J. Watkins-Pitchford - 1977 - Paperback

●     Book - Horse Lovers - Geoffrey Brooke, Lt. Col. - 1927 - Hardback - Inside cover pages has inscription from 1927

●     Book - Sportsmen in a Landscape - Aubrey Noakes - 1954 - Hardback - Inside cover pages have author inscription and signature

●     Book - Lady on the Hunt - Clinch Calkins - 1950 - Hardback - Has protective paper cover

●     Painting - Hunt Scene

●     Garden Sculpture

●     Cooking Scale

●     15 pair Rosettes

●     Assorted Lanterns

●     String of bells

●     Coach Lamps

●     Carriage Lamps

●     Hame Bells

●     Small Wagon w/3 blue ball jars w/marbles

●     Small Lantern - dated June 4, 1895

●     Railroad Lantern - Patent May 5, 1908; 1909, 1911, 1913

●     Log Cabin Birdhouse

●     Brass Bucket

●     Small Child’s Sleigh

●     Red Milk Can

●     Wheel Barrow

●     Red Wagon Seat

●     Blue Ball Jars – w/ marbles

●     New – Ice Box

●       Hit & Miss Operated "Quaker City - Phil #8"

●     Grinding Stone - 20”; Early foot pedal operated

●       Stable Jockey - cast iron, 40" w/ original paint

●       Great 6' Size Original Paint and Stenciled "IXL Fanning Mill" w/ Elevator Attachment

●     Cast Iron Stove - early Victorian "Sterling"

●     Original Stenciled Wooden Dog Treadmill - Marked "Adams Jackson Bache - Gowanda, NY" - rare size

●       24" Stake Anvil

●     Assorted Great Blacksmith Anvils - including Fisher, Mouseholes, Haybudden

●     Horse Head Hitching Post - Victorian style, cast iron

●     Church Doors – Set of arched wooden double doors, 33.75w x 118h x 2.5thick, 6 panels, 1800s

●     Antique Record Player - Sonora; very good condition

●     Collectable Bird-in-Hand Plates - celebrates 250th Anniversary of BiH (1984); numbered (dinner plate is #277, small plates is #1)

●     Cranberry Scoop

●     Square Barn Lantern

●     Wall Plate Rack w/ 4 Horse Plates

Furniture

●     Noah’s Arc Children’s Outdoor Playground Piece - Wooden, Plastic Slide, Great Condition

●     Stool - Wooden - 2

●     Stool - Wooden w/ Swivel Top - 3

●     Plant Stand - Wooden - 2

●     High Chair - Wooden

●     Outdoor Table - Decorative

●     Gliding Cradle - Various hardwoods; gliding mechanism iron; refinished w/ custom mattress - “PAT. APPL’D FOR” in wood on end piece - unique piece

●     High Chair - Wood w/ enamel tray insert - never restored

Consignments Wanted

●     Carriages, coaches, buggies, sleighs, wagons

●     Good antique items

●     Furniture

●     Blacksmith tools

●     New & used tools/equipment

●     Quilts (homemade/hand stitched), crafts, collectibles

●     Horse & carriage related items

●     Miniature horses & ponies

●     **No junk, appliances, or farm equipment except antique & primitive items like old hay wagons, walking plows, etc.

Consignment Drop-Off

Staff members will be present Tuesday through Thursday, June 24-26, to help consignors unload their wares and display their goods. On Wednesday and Thursday there will be 24-hour security and on Thursday the food stand will be open from noon till dark.

2018 Consignments will be accepted:

Tue. June 26 8 am - 12 pm*

Wed. June 27 8 am - 8 pm

Thu. June 28 8 am - 4 pm

ABSOLUTELY NO CONSIGNMENTS after 4:00 pm on Thursday.

*Tuesday's consignment processing will stop promptly at noon, because another organization must prepare for an event on the auction grounds on Tuesday afternoon and evening.

How to Consign

Download the 2018 Consignment Form

For more information or to list consignments, contact:

●     Carriages & General Consignments: Jake King 717-768-3299 or Paul Stoltzfus 717-656-0038

●     Mini Horses: Amos Zook 717-556-0378

●     Tack & Harness: Ephraim Fisher 717-768-8484

●     Quilts: Christian A. Stoltzfus 717-397-4079

●     Crafts: Christ J. Stoltzfus 717-768-0684

●     Shrubbery: Ephraim Huyard 717-656-1444

●     Vendors: Steve Esh 717-768-0304

●     General Info: 717-945-4945

Commission Rates

ALL ITEMS except quilts, carriages & ponies

(Total combined sales per category)

Total Sales…Minimum Commission…Commission Rate

$1 – 150…..$1.00…..25%

$151 – 500…..$37.50…..22.5%

$501 – 1,000…..$112.50…..20%

$1,001 – 1,500…..$200.00…..17.5%

$1,501 & Up…..$262.50……15%

CARRIAGES (Per item)

Total Sales…Minimum Commission…Commission Rate

Up to $1,000…..$10.00…..15%

$1,001 – 1,500…..$150.00…..12.5%

$1,501 – 2,000…..$187.50…..10%

$2,001 & Up…..$200.00…..8%

QUILTS & RELATED ITEMS

(Total combined sales)

Total Sales…Minimum Commission…Commission Rate

$1 – 200…..$1.00…..15%

$201 – 1,000…..$30.00…..12.5%

$1,001 & Up…..$125.00…..10%

MINIATURE HORSES & PONIES…10%

No reserves under $1,000 per item.

No sale fee is 3% or maximum $75.00.

No consignment checks will be sent out for less than $5.00.

All proceeds benefit the Bird-in-Hand Fire Company.

Terms

1.    This is not an absolute auction.

2.    Cash/check/credit card settlement on day of sale. Visa/Mastercard/Discover are accepted, subject to 2% processing fee. All checks must be accompanied by a bank letter of credit or be given prior approval by a Sale Committee Member.

3.    No sales tax or buyers premiums.

4.    Unsettled accounts will be turned over to a bill collector.

5.    Owner has 2 days to remove merchandise from Sale Grounds, after which (unless other arrangements are made) the Sale Committee will dispose of items as seen fit.

6.    The Sale Grounds are closed on Sundays.

7.    Sale Committee is not responsible for the condition of any item sold. Please inspect your items before purchasing.

8.    Sale Committee is not responsible for any accidents, injuries or thefts that may occur on the Sale Grounds.

9.    Items resold privately will be subject to a commission fee.

Thanks for your cooperation! --The Hand-in-Hand Fire Co.

Right to Refuse

The Carriage Auction's goal is to create a good, clean environment for families, bidders, consignors, and our community volunteers. We ask that vendors and consignors respect this environment and refrain from offering items that are discriminatory, degrading, racial, or drug- and alcohol-related. The Committee reserves the right to refuse any consignors, vendors, or items that do not meet these guidelines or are otherwise deemed unacceptable. We consider attendees and vendors to be our Guests for the day on our auction grounds.

Misrepresentation

Misrepresentation of an item (i.e. presenting a reproduction as an antique) is not acceptable.  Please help us run a clean, honest auction!

Tentative Schedule

THURSDAY

●     12:00 pm  Grab-n-go auction food starts

●     3:00-8:00pm   Homemade pizza, wings, salad bar, dessert & drink ($15 adult, $8 child, 3 & under is free).

●     3:30 Early Bird Auction – 2 or 3 blocks will be selling shrubbery/flowers, crafts, antiques/ collectibles, small tack items,  tools, and more. NOTE: No carriages or horses will be sold until Friday.

●     8:00 End – Gute Nacht!

FRIDAY

●     **Times may change. See the sale day catalog on Friday morning for the final schedule. Rain or shine! **

●     8:00am Antiques & Collectibles

●     8:00 am Row Items

●     8:00 am Shrubs, Flowers & Nursery Items…NOTE: All items on the nursery blocks are sold by the piece.  Example: If 2 hanging baskets bring a $10 bid, then buyer purchases 2 baskets for $10 EACH ($20 total)

●     8:00 am Harness, Tack, Carriage Appointments & Horse Related

●     8:30 Crafts

●     8:30 Misc. quilt items

●     9:30 Wagon loads of misc. household

●     10:30 Quilts  – catalogued

●     10:30 Furniture

●     10:30 Miniature horses & ponies – catalogued

●     12:00 Specialty items (sheds, fairy gardens, iron crafts)

●     12:30 20′ Round pen, bedding & dog food

●     12:30 Carriages (accessories sold first) – catalogued

Main Event Sponsor

●     Bird-in-Hand Family Inn, Restaurant & Stage

Other Sponsors

●     The Bank of Bird-in-Hand

●     The Smucker Homestead (auction grounds)

●     The Levi Beiler Family (fields for parking)

●     “Thank you to our INCREDIBLY DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS. This auction could not operate without you!””

Wait Time

Please expect up to a 30 minute wait after purchasing items before attempting to pay for them. Our clerks work as quickly as possible. Thanks for your cooperation.

Loading Times

There will be staff available to help. We have lifts available for heavy items. Small off road equipment to assist in transporting goods will be available, along with extra hands! No vehicle traffic is permitted through the auction complex before 3:00 pm Friday. Items may still be loaded during this time, but please do not disrupt the auction.

Emergency Weather Plan

In the event of severe weather, we suggest taking shelter in your personal vehicle.  Auction Committee is NOT responsible for any weather related accidents or damage. They will do their best to give warning of pending bad weather.




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