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Auctioneer Hill's Auction (Harold S. Hill & Son, Auctioneers. Inc.) 610-274-8525
Auction Date Sep 14 Auction
2146 Newark Rd
West Grove, PA
Time 09:00AM
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Saturday, Sept 14th – 9:00 a.m.

2146 Newark Rd, West Grove, PA 19390

BARN & TOOLS:  McCormick Deering 1930 10-20 tractor on steel, 1957 Case trac loader, JD 140 lawn tractor, International 444 tractor with snow plow, 1967 Ford F250 pickup with dump bed, 1994 Ford F150 extended cab, 1994 Cadillac Sedan Deville, Farmall H tractor, Farmall 200 tractor with snow plow, 2 old garden tractors, 2 iron wheel hay rakes, NI hay crimper, spring tooth harrow, concrete mixer, IH Fast Hitch: sickle bar mower, 2 row corn planter, 2 B plow, disc; small Simplicity tractor with attachments, large wood splitter, Toro mower, hay wagon, fence post and wire, hand cultivator, scaffolding, old bicycles, sleds, scythes, forks, wheelbarrows, rototiller, water trough, wood pulleys, chains, scales, sleigh, large amount seasoned Walnut lumber, old barn boards, architectural items, , implement seats, crosscut saws, canes, nuts and bolts, nails, band and table saws, jointer, platform scales, tap and die set, old wooden toolboxes, wood and metal planes, Irwin bits, powder horns, draw knives, old hammers, strap hinges, collection of old radios and accessories, old tubes, records, misc. old metal items, aluminum and wood extension ladders, old motors, pot belly stove, fishing poles, milk boxes, oil cans, Generax 5000 watt generator, lot of new copper tubing, Craftsman toolbox, cradle scythes, barn jack and miscellaneous items found around an old barn!

FURNITURE:  Oak bow china closet with leaded doors and lions heads, oak side by side desk, 2 claw footed Oak buffets with mirror backs, Walnut 2 part corner cupboard, 3 piece Walnut Victorian bedroom suite, 4 nice marble top Victorian tables, ball and claw camelback sofa, 2 Pembroke tables, QA wing chairs, QA slant front ladies desk, Oak 4 section bannister bookcase, 4 early 1 and 2 drawer stands, Oak cedar lined wardrobe, Victorian lap desk, Victorian cradle, piano stool, yarn winder, Hitchcock chairs, long drop leaf table, Pine corner cupboard and hutch, dovetail blanket chest, round Oak table with leaves and 6 pressback chairs, curio cabinet, Oak 2 door bookcase, reclining sofa and reclining chair, Cabaret player piano, several dome trunks, high back Victorian bed with marble top dresser and so many other nice pieces from this beautiful, clean house! 

COLLECTIBLES:  Lenox china, many crocks and jugs some blue/gray, copper apple butter kettle, 2 cast iron farm pots, New London Post Office sign, Dutchboy pain statue, collection of old metal farm toys some John Deere and International Harvester, Tonka trucks, cast iron toys, green canning jars, dollhouse, sad irons, dinner bell signed Eagle Bell Lebanon PA, cast iron bulldog, hens on nests, Noritake china(Royal Hunt), blue transfer, Wedgwood, Royal Doulton figures, copper luster pitchers, old pictures and frames, collection of miniature oil lamps, cobalt blue items, teacup collection, approximately 20 ornate reproduction leaded lights, Chintz china, 4 bronze statues, Hummel plates and figurines, 2 deer heads, baskets, ruby glass, Belleek, Spode, and many other pieces of china, glassware, and miscellaneous items!   

Preview and pre-registration:  Friday, Sept. 13th from 12 pm to 4pm

TERMS:  Cash, approved check, or credit card.  13% Buyer’s Premium discounted to 10% for cash or approved check.

 Auctions starting 9:00 a.m. in barn area and house area – 2 auctioneers

Portable toilets on site.  Food and drink available for purchase.

Owners:  Tom & Stella Kriebel

Auctioneers:  Harold S. Hill & Son, Inc. – Hill’s Auction - 610-274-8525

Lic# AU001105L

Hill’s Auction is pleased to have been chosen as the auctioneers to handle this large, one day auction for Tom & Stella Kriebel, who have moved to a retirement home.  


·       Old pine barn siding – 20 pc 1x12x12 long and about 20 more in shorter lengths.  Plus, a quantity of chamfered battens.

·       24 pc R.S. Walnut 1x6s, 6’ to 8’ long

·       5 pc R.S. Walnut: 3 pc 5/4x10x10’, 2 pc 5/4x8x9’

·       6 pc R.S. Walnut 5/4x16x8’ long.

·       11 pc R.S. Walnut: 9 pc 1x14x8’, 1 pc 1 ½ x14x8’

·       11 pc R.S. Walnut: 8 pc 5/4x8x7’, 3 pc 5/4x8x6’

·       23 pc R.S. Walnut 2x4s, 6 to 8’ long

·       6 pc R.S. Walnut 1x8x7’

·       5 pc R.S. Walnut: 4 pc 2 ½ X8X6’, 1 pc 2 ½ x8x10’

·       7 pc R.S. Walnut 1x8x8’

·       9 pc R.S. Walnut 1x6x7’

·       6 pc R.S. Cherry 5/4x12x8’

·       6 pc R.S. Cherry 2x14x6’

·       1 pc R.S. Cherry rift sawn on one side only 5’ long

·       2 pc R.S. Cherry: 5/4x8x8’

·       1 pc R.S. Cherry 2x10x8’

·       32 pc R.S. Walnut 1x4’s and 1x6s 6 to 8’ long

·       72 pc R.S. Walnut 1x6s, 7 and 8’ long

·       32 pc R.S. Walnut 1x6x6’ long

·       1 pc R.S. Walnut 2x15 ½”x8’

·       1 pc R.S. Walnut 4x8x6’

·       Approx. 80 pc R.S. Walnut 1x6’s, 1x8’s and 1x10’s from 6 to 10’ long

·       70 pc R.S. Walnut: 7 pc 2x8x6’, 15 2x6x6’ to 8’ long, all the rest are 2x4’s 6 to 10’ long

·       11 pc pine old barn siding: 10 pc 1x12x14’, 1 pc 1x16x8’

·       Pile of old barn framing timber

·       5 pc R.S. Walnut 5/4x10x10’ long

·       1 pc R.S. Walnut 4x10x10’ long

·       2 pc R.S. Walnut 2 1/2 x8x10’ long

·       16 pc R.S. Walnut: 8 pc 1x8x10’; 8 pc 5/4x8x10’

·       11 pc old poplar barn boards, 1x12x8’ long

Auctioneer License Information: AU001105L

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