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Enteman Estate Lifetime Collection Online Auction


2:00 PM
Monday, January 4


2:00 PM *
Monday, January 11

* Staggered End & Extended Bidding

1303 Aebersold Drive
New Albany, IN 47150

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Pick Up

  • Tuesday, January 12, 10:30am – 4:30pm
  • Wednesday, January 13, 10:00am – 3:00pm

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.


George Enteman

Selling online the lifetime collection of the late Mary Enteman including her own original art and supplies, George Engle, Wm. Hancock & Ray Day original art and prints, Henry F. Miller upright piano, furniture, Zimmerman art glass, antiques and collectibles, tools and household items.


Original George Engle (Indiana 1932-1983) 37” x 42” oil on canvas floral still life, (George was a longtime art teacher at FCHS), William Hancock (Indiana 1916-2003) prints, original Mary Enteman (Indiana 1918-2020) artworks, Ray Day Summer Cooler, Honeysuckle and Roses, and October Patch lithograph prints, plus several original oil paintings and prints including (2) large Southwest scenes, art supplies, and more.


Mid-century modern mosaic surfboard table, mission oak stool from Central Chair Co, Indianapolis, retro 1950’s chrome dinette table, (4) retro chrome dinette chairs, upholstered electric lift chair, corner curio cabinet, wrought iron library table, upholstered sofa, full-size bookcase bed, vintage wood 3-piece sofa set, oak coffee end table sets, retro pine bookshelf, 2 DIY chest of drawers, painted desk table, retro bar stool, Oak Crest students kneehole desk and chair, retro painted kneehole desk, 2 children’s classroom chairs, vintage cast iron school desk and chair, French bistro folding table, assorted chairs, blue gray chest of drawer, blanket chest, (3) wood stools, iron ice cream parlor stool, wood bench, and more.


Vintage Henry F. Miller upright console piano.


Revere copper kettle with lid, cast iron Black Hawk corn sheller, 1940’s Philco tabletop turntable radio, Zimmerman art glass creamer, paperweight & toothpick holder, assorted art glass paperweights & vase, folk art wood toy sailboat, political & commemorative buttons, 1892 Kentucky delegate ribbon, Garton croquet set, lawn darts in original box, retro badminton set, Carrom board with original box, rubber horseshoes, vintage bingo & board games, handmade xylophone, toy dragon drum & guiro, Marx Streamline toy train set, onyx chess boards, Star Wars plates & mugs, Ronald McDonald dinnerware, stereoscope & cards, carved wood nautical figures, milk can with eagle, stone jugs and crock, old bottles, tobacco, coffee & cookie tins, Dumbo peanut butter jars, mid century rolling stereo stand, mid century metal waste can, adjustable table lamp, cast iron floor lamp, (4) oil lamps, leaded glass hanging light shades, Seth Thomas weight box clock, retro Helene Curtin salon hair dryer chair, Singer console sewing machine, wood keg & boxes, cobbler’s box & shoe lasts, C.S. Bell No. 2 dinner bell, sadirons, fireplace andirons & tools, Maker’s Mark travel size unopened bourbon bottle, Blue Ridge Bottling crate & bottles, Cleveland Kerosene dispenser bottle, blue 1858 patent Mason canning jar, vintage water jug, Louisville Pottery 10 gallon crock, Reading Hardware apple peeler, wood nail keg, wood planes & tools, ice tongs, rug beater, draw knife, Louisville KY beam scale, Stromberg-Carlson phone parts, vintage Celesta speaker, Ronco record-vacuum 33 & 45 RPM records, 1982 World’s Fair pennant, Kentucky Derby items, retro Harvest Homecoming memorabilia, Indiana license plates, Coca Cola memorabilia, vintage postcards, tintype portraits, IU memorabilia, Ford memorabilia including employee badge, advertising yardsticks, Hull art pottery salt jars, Jennette pitcher & tumblers, pressed, depression, carnival & milk glass, trivets & hot plates, mid century Blue Heaven dinnerware, vintage kitchenware, vintage bottle openers, whimsical teapots, umbrella stand, art nouveau fireplace cover, Christmas decor, large collection of Liberty Falls Christmas buildings and accessories, reproduction cast iron wagons & horses, vintage drying racks, luggage, old books, kitchen collectibles, reproduction Crosley radio, vintage clothes & hats, large selection of costume jewelry, sterling jewelry, vintage digital & Timex watches, Swiss army knife & watch, large collection of golf clubs, bags & accessories, military items, advertisement tins, and much more.


Phillips 42” flat-screen TV & stand, kitchenware, linens, small appliances, Sharp microwave, flatware, medicine cabinet, glassware, kitchenwares, knick-knacks, home decor, clothes hamper & drying rack, stainless steel light fixtures, assorted lamps, file cabinet, Exerputic treadmill, folding card table & chairs, Craftsman shop vac, belt sander and tools, 2 folding tables, vintage golf clubs & accessories, yard, hand and power tools.


Lots will end 30 seconds apart.


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.

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.


I-265 to Charlestown Road Exit#4. South 2.7 miles to left on Silver Street. Continue 0.2 miles to right on Aebersold Drive to home on right. Or from State Street downtown take E. Spring Street 1.5 miles to left on Silver Street. Travel 0.7 miles to left on Aebersold Drive.

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