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Brooner Estate Personal Property Online Auction


1:00 PM
Thursday, July 7


1:00 PM *
Thursday, July 14

* Staggered End & Extended Bidding

2585 W. Robin Road
New Albany, IN 47150

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  • Thursday, July 7, 5PM – 7PM
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Pick Up

  • Friday, July 15, 9:30AM – 4:30PM

Schedule pick-up by appointment only. Curbside pick-up will be available for most items. Buyers are responsible for packing, loading, and moving all items purchased without assistance from the Harritt Group. Bring your own help and equipment to load your items.


Wilma Brooner Estate

Personal Representative

Donald Matthew Nash


R. Gregory Neely

Selling online the personal property of the Wilma Brooner Estate and her late husband Woody Brooner including folk art wood sculptures, vintage watches, Willett mid-century furniture, art glass, antiques, collectibles, vintage toys, art, quilts, household and more.


Woody Brooner hand carved wood figurines including men, women, centaur, minotaur, horse, donkeys, birds, ducks, turtle, squirrel, owl, bunny, frog, dogs, shoes, vace, chalice, liquor jug, wood blocks, the Whittler, hound dogs & racoons, bear, cowboy and sheriff, bird brooches, shoe necklaces, painted mushroom plaques and more.


Large collection of miniature art pottery, porcelain and hand woven baskets, John McAdams 1973 hand woven basket, miniature hand woven egg basket, Longaberger handwoven baskets, picnic basket, Fenton hobnail & fluted milk glass baskets, Fenton orange glass basket, crackle glass and more.


Omega automatic wristwatch, Benrus automatic wristwatch, Milos 17-jewels Incabloc wristwatch, Agon & UAW automatic wristwatches.


Selection of Willett Trans East mid-century furniture including modern server, side table, low console table, drop leaf dining table, transitional spindle bed, 8-drawer lowboy dresser with mirror and 2-tier nightstand.


Antique ladder back caned sewing rocker, pine s-curve roll top desk, Lane cedar chest, Thomasville 4-piece bedroom suite, Thomasville armoire, 6 mid-century dining room chairs, cherry queen anne style jewelry chest, antique music cabinet & sheet music, black lacquer asian style china cabinet, black sliding door curio cabinet, 1970’s caned back drum chair, mahogany lyre end table, bifold door credenza, retro formica & iron dinette table, asian floor mirror and more.


Wurlitzer black upright piano and bench, Voice of Music console record player, Herb Shgriners Hoosier Boy harmonica, M-Hohner’s “Old Standby” harmonica, Heco miniature German grandfather’s clock in original box, German cuckoo clock, vintage Maker’s Mark bourbon, sterling silver salt & pepper shakers, Ray Day collector plates, Fiesta green serving dishes, Fuer Die Armen “For the Poor” wood collection box, Weatherite fisherman’s barometer, 1984 New Albany Jeffersonville city directory, sewing supplies, Hoenig pottery lazy susan, Amelia Earhart red train vanity luggage set, pair of Coke fondue serving trays, historic postcards, Fenton hobnail bud vases, jade sculptures, local historical items, pink depression glassware, cast iron trivets, vanity jewelry cases, 1940’s New Albany High School blotter yearbooks, collection of LP vinyl records, 78RPM & 45RPM records, pressed glass decanter & pitcher sets, sawtooth compote & candy dishes, corn soup tureen, wood cutting boards, stoneware, corning ware, pyrex & vision ware dishes, pair of Fostoria “Rebecca at the Well” candlesticks, 1970’s colorful glassware, retro cocktail glasses, vintage swizzle sticks, Japanese figural bookends & gong, silverplate collection, Corona typewriters, Zapp’s milk can, white ceramic Christmas tree and other Christmas decor.


George Hancock “Wolfes’ Barn” print, Ray Day “Country Doctor” print, Piggly Wiggly photographs, Kosair Temple Shriner Band Louisville Kentucky photograph, Japanese vertical tile panels & vertical panel prints, mid-century Japanese Harbor gravel art, raised relief asian plaques and more.


Henckels, KTS & Marples carving & chisel tools, Singer zig-zag sewing machine with case, Sunbeam Mixmaster mixer, collectibles & desktop items, purses & handbags, ladies’ shoes, wood & brass hanging shelves, glassware, Franiscan Desert Rose dinnerware set & glassware, brass Rayo electrified oil lamps, metal boxes, jewelry & vanity items, Corelle Ware Spring Blossom dish set, vintage barware, spice shelf, letter compartment holder, wood cheese boxes, painted plates, figurines, kitchen supplies, Castleton china, Dixie chinaware, glassware, Pyrex flameware double boilers, home decor, table lamps, 50” Emerson flat screen TV, wood hanging shelves & coat rack, Thomas Kinkade Christmas village, Samsonite hardshell luggage, wall display cabinet, linens, Swinger cooler & thermos jug, Thermos Deluxe red cooler, Costco step stool, Craftsman toolbox & accessories, tools and equipment.


Joe Zimmerman art glass paperweight, Zimmerman art glass paperweight, Bart Zimmerman pink basket, art glass basket, ashtray & paperweights.


Several quilts including grandmother’s flower garden quilt, Sunbonnet Sue, red poppy & poinsettia quilts, purple & yellow flower applique, tulip applique, tree of life cross stitch, diamond pattern, cutter quilts and more.


Huffy Highland kids mountain bike, 1990’s GI Joe Navajo code talker toy in original box, Geisha dolls, Chinese emperor & Empress figurines, Native American dolls, collection of (128) Kewpie dolls and more.


Collection of cookbooks, Life magazines, war & history books and historical Indiana books.


Folk art mosaic concrete planter, geode rocks, folding ribbon lawn chairs, concrete pedestal table and concrete girl statue and other concrete yard decor.


From Charlestown Road I-265 to Charlestown Road Exit 4. South 2 miles to right on McDonald Lane to left on Roanoke Avenue to right on West Robin Road.

From Grant Line Road I-265 to Grant Line Road Exit 3. South 1 mile to left on McDonald Lane. Continue around the traffic circle to right on Roanoke Avenue to right on West Robin Road.


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