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Cochran Estate Online Auction

STARTING DATE

2:00 PM
Thursday, September 16

ENDING DATE

2:00 PM *
Thursday, September 23

* Staggered End & Extended Bidding
LOCATION

4704 Corydon Pike
New Albany, IN

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10% Buyer’s Premium added to the hammer bid price to determine the final purchase price.

Sales Tax

7% Indiana Sales Tax added to the final purchase price.

Personal Property Terms

Payment by Cash, Check or Credit Card in USD *

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Inspection

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Pick Up

  • Friday, September 24, 2021
  • Monday, September 27, 2021

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.

Seller

Judy & William “Bill” Cochran Estate

Selling online the personal property collection of Judy & William “Bill” Cochran Estate. Judy & Bill were both actively involved with the local community as well as Bill serving 34 years as Indiana State Representative of District 72. Their personal collection includes furniture, local political memorabilia, Bruce Fox, Zimmerman art glass, antiques, household & decor, tools and more.

LOCAL MEMORABILIA

20+ Re-Elect Bill Cochran State Representative signs, 40+ Indiana State Representative & General Assembly license plates, embossed Indiana license plates, Bill Cochran political badges, buttons & collectibles, local & national political buttons, Indiana Statehood child’s bronze belt buckle & pouch, New Albany High School boys basketball 1973 state champs license plates, Indiana University wall clocks, Indianapolis Motor Speedway collectibles, Louisville Slugger miniature baseball bats, local New Albany Indiana history books, New Albany High School Boys Basketball State Championship newspaper collage, Indiana University Men’s Basketball 1981 NCAA National Championship license plate, New Albany Country Club member guest ice bucket & glasses, Harvest Homecoming, Kentucky Derby & Indianapolis 500 pins & memorabilia, Indiana University buttons, Fuzzy & Tommy Zoeller memorabilia including Fuz PowerBilt golf club driver, Floyd Central Super Hick basketball buttons, State of Indiana sports & political memorabilia, New Albany Indiana vintage postcards, and more.

FURNITURE

Mid-century tufted cocktail bar & 4 swivel bar stools, lighted half hexagon curio cabinet, Tell City colonial style maple dining table & 6 chairs, Mengel mid-century blonde full size bedroom suite, wood coat rack, Mersman french tiered end table & country pine end table, 1930’s painted lamp table, maple tea cart, Cochrane maple china hutch, pair of maple dough box end tables, Lexington oak end table, two upholstered reclining chairs, wrought iron coffee table, Hedstrom maple high chair, upholstered lift chair recliner, American Furniture upholstered tan sofa, retro painted chifferobe and rolling office armchair.

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

The Pyle-National Company railroad locomotive light, cast iron ornate bracket light from the old New Albany Little League field, Handlan railroad lantern, Bart Zimmerman blown glass paperweight, Old Sleepy Eye stone glazed pitcher, Bruce Fox carving board & Bruce Fox charging bull carving knife sets, Bruce Fox leaf dish & ashtrays, clear beehive Orange Crush bottles bottled by Bocard New Albany, IN, early F. & P. Bochart New Albany, IND glass bottle, Dutch girl quilt, Louisville Stoneware gaggle of geese soup tureen & Ivy Tech Ogle Hall desk tray, Thermos beverage bottles, galvanized wash tub, Duncan parking meter, mid-century Deco-Tel rotary telephone in a box, french & candlestick telephones, Wolverine Attack Action Marble game, Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Adventure game, Aurora Monday Night Football computerized electric game, Parker Brothers Clue board game and other vintage board games, Ideal Toys Crossfire Jam Car Speedway, Brownie box camera & movie projector, Dura-Craft Newberg dollhouse, hickory wood shaft iron golf clubs, vintage golf club drivers & headcovers, Bicentennial memorabilia, comic books, 1950’s New Albany High School Blotter yearbooks, LP records, GE desk fan, barrel sewing box, children’s books, Royal Warwick Lochs of Scotland plates & tea set, Americana collectibles, Corning Ware and Vision Ware dishes, barware, 4-glass spirit dispensers in swivel caddy, silverplate flatware & dishes, wallets & other men’s accessories, radio control cars and track, footed trivets, oil lamps, baskets & trays, blue glassware, golfing accessories, Royal Electress typewriter, GE portable hair dryer, Leonard 5-piece silverplate coffee tea set, George & Martha Washington Avon glassware, cowboy spurs, cast iron corn stick pan, copper Fast Foam fire extinguisher, Coleman gas lanterns, Cram’s lighted world globe and more.

ART & HOME DECOR

Original copy of Red Skelton’s “Pledge of Allegiance” signed by Mrs. Red Lothian Skelton, Clyde Townsend New Albany prints, Clyde Townsend Howard National Steamboat Museum print, President John F. Kennedy & First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy portrait print, Secretariat 1973 Triple Crown Winner print by Letitia, folk art Democracy quote, folk art welcome wagon wheel sign, retro hanging swag lamp, selection of table lamps, collection of framed prints, lighted wall art with sounds of nature and more.

ELECTRONICS

Samsung sound system & DVD player, collection of DVD & Blu-Ray movies, Magnavox component stereo system, coin separator, digital picture frame, portable DVD player, alarm clocks and Polaroid camera.

JEWELRY & WATCHES

Four vintage ladies wrist watches and a large collection of costume jewelry.

HOUSEHOLD

American Eagle mirror, Cosco step stool, wood block cutlery knife sets, playing cards & poker chips, Intex twin air mattress, ceramic & glass canister jars, Old English monogram C tumblers, arts & crafts supplies, folk art dragonfly copper sprinkler, golf ball display cabinet, firearm wall rack, thermometer plant stand with hooks, glass gazing ball in wrought iron stand, painted & decorated sewing stand, medical assist bathtub bench & canes, walnut wine rack, pine magazine rack, lock & document boxes, Elite Deluxe buffet server, flatware & serving utensils, ceramic pitcher & bowl set, silverplate glassware & serving dishes, kitchenwares, golf clubs, Christmas decor & villages, Dickensville Christmas train set, vintage board games, Welby anniversary clock & desktop items, Auto Drive All-Weather rubber floor mats, Zebco 33 fishing pole and an assortment of cookware, glassware & bakeware.

TOOLS & HARDWARE

Revolving 10-shelf steel hardware caddy, Hamilton 30-drawer flat file cabinet, Craftsman, Bailey & Stanley 78 rabbet planes, hammers & hand drill, table vises, antique buck saw, vintage toolboxes and contents, as-found Lawn Boy mowers, as-found Sears Roebuck rotary mower, Craftsman radial arm saw, several wood frame rolling windows, as-found Mantis mini yard tiller and contents of storage shed.

STAGGERED ENDING

Lots will end 30 seconds apart.

EXTENDED BIDDING

To prevent bid sniping, last-minute bids will extend individual lots using our ‘soft-close’ functionality.

  • If a bid is placed in the last 10 minutes, the lot will remain open for an additional 10 minutes.
  • If any further bidding occurs, the extension timer will reset to 10 minutes.
  • If no further bidding occurs, the lot closes when the timer runs out.
MAX BID

Place your max bid and let the system bid for you. In the event two bidders have placed identical max bids, the first bid received will be the successful bid.

Directions

I-64 to Georgetown Edwardsville Exit 118. West 1/4 mile on St. Rd. 62 to left on Corydon Pike. 1/8 mile on left to the office of Harritt Group, Inc.

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