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Auctioneer Nationwide Auctions & Realty, LLC (937) 442-1111
Auction Date Aug 31 Auction
10569 Coss Rd.
Hillsboro, OH
Time 10:00AM
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Located At: 10569 Coss Rd. Hillsboro, OH 45133. (From Belfast, OH. take Rt. 73 & go straight onto N. Union Rd. then Right on Coss Rd. to Auction.  See Signs.)


“Two Rings All Day, Both Days!”

"Unreal Amount of Quality Items!"

(Another Auction Will Be Held on Saturday August 24th, 10 AM.)

*NOTE: This is a Lifetime Collection of the (late) Paul Young, who built himself a Replica 1800-1900’s Town with period contents named Elk Run Museum Town. The town was created as a way for Mr. Young to educate the youth about the past! The entire town (buildings & contents) will be sold to the Highest Bidders, Plan to Attend!!!!

 Day # 2:

Blacksmith Shop: (2) port. blacksmith forges; 100 lb. anvil; many blacksmith tongs, hardies, & hammers; lg. bellows; small anvils plus other blacksmith related items; early Dr. buggy; early buckboard wagon; Wheelright Shop: (20+) early wood buggy & wagon wheels & parts; wheel parts & tooling; sev. hand drill presses; Drug Store: oak 68 drawer cabinet; glass front showcases; wood wall phone; many early apothecary bottles; early 8ft. display table; (N.O.S.) drug store items; wood case chemist scale; lg. wooden mortar & pestle; many adv. tins & boxes; small cash register; Country Store: lg. brass NCR cash register; early 10ft. store counter; NCR meat scale; (50+) wood adv. boxes & crates; many adv. tins & cardboard boxes; country store displays & merchandise; adv. posters; lg. pot belly stove; lard cans; lg. 2-wheel store coffee grinder; (2) electric store coffee grinders; Hillsboro Ice Co. window sign; Orange Kist reach in cooler; 5ft. candy machine; lg. Coke sign (cardboard); Jersey coffee bin; sev. adv. door pushes; string & paper bag holder; pop bottles w/crates; stone jugs; many local flour adv. sacks including J.A.McCoppin & Sons, Rainsboro; (20+) glass store jars, some w/adv.; spittoons; store biscuit boxes; wooden barrels; lg. porcelain Red Top Beer sign; early Dr. scale; Post Office: early P.O. front window & mail sorter (from Elmville, P.O. 1945!); stamp vending machines; mail bags & cart; small pot belly stove; wall hanging mail sorter; mail desk; Barber Shop: (2) early barber chairs; porcelain sink; 7-Up flange sign; wooden phone booth; Hardware Store: (2) lg. porcelain Sherwin Williams signs; Columbia rope display; many hardware store related displays & (NOS) merchandise; rotating store bolt bin; G.E. round top fridge; Cincinnati well pump; Putnam dies cabinet; barn hay forks; antique handled tools; lg. hanging scale; Ox yoke; washboards; early store shelving; 3 gal. store churn; many adv. pcs.; sev. wood ammo boxes; bicycles & kid’s toys; Tobacco Store: many (NOS) cigar boxes w/cigars; (NOS) chewing tobacco & Cigarette packs; 6ft. porcelain Mail Pouch thermometer; Red Man sign; R.G. Dunn cigars sign; lg. King Edwards porcelain sign; early hanging tobacco press; tobacco store displays; adv. tins & boxes; Meat & Milk Store: lg. amount of milk bottles, carriers, crates, porch boxes, etc. (sev. Swonger pcs!); egg baskets; Toledo meat scale; paper holder; meat saws; cheese boxes & other adv. pcs.; 2-door ice box; Clothing Store:sev. pcs. vintage clothing; Roy Rogers coat; lg. Key work clothes sign; 10ft. bucket bench; round metal clothes store racks; (2) glass front showcases; (2) wood Clark spool cabinets (1 w/glass front drawers!); displays & (NOS) merchandise; top hats, coats, mannequins & mannequin heads; Shoe Store: early copper Deer weathervane; cardboard shoe adv. signs; (100+) pr. vintage shoes (NIB); shoe store tables; store seats w/Peter’s Shoes adv.; adv. wood shoe boxes & crates; pie safe; Star Brand Shoes flange sign; shoe cobbler stands & tools; sev. Cobbler’s cast iron rotating nail cups; candlestick phone; wood case radios; plus much, much more not mentioned! Store Building-Salvage: (3) lg. log Cabin buildings w/multiple store fronts to be sold. Each buyer is responsible for dismantling & have 1-month from date of Auction to dismantle & remove. Each building has early logs, flooring, siding, windows, metal roofing, etc. to be salvaged! Ideal to re-create your own vintage town or store front!

Auctioneer’s Note: This will be a rare & unusual

 opportunity to purchase items of this caliber that

 have been on display for many years! If you are

 decorating your home or business or re-creating

 your own vintage town, this Auction is for you!

 Plan to Attend! Large All Day Sale! Good Food


Terms: Cash or Good Check Only! 10% Buyer’s Premium Charged! Not responsible for Accidents or Items once Auctioneers say SOLD!

The (Late) Paul Young Collection

Mark Young - Owner

Klayton Juillerat – Auctioneer

(937) 205-5256


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