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Gaubatz Personal Property Online Auction


1:00 PM
Tuesday, August 9


1:00 PM *
Tuesday, August 16

* Staggered End & Extended Bidding

7418 Zollman Drive NE
Lanesville, IN 47136

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Pick Up

  • Wednesday, August 17, 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.

Or Text Scott Schueler at 812-914-1290


Edward J. Gaubatz

Selling online for Edward Gaubatz, his personal property collection including one troy ounce of silver, Wurlitzer baby grand piano, mid-century blonde organ, furniture, outdoor & garden, tools & hardware, household and more.


1978 Virgo one troy ounce silver ingot.


Wurlitzer Kingston baby grand piano & mid-century Conn electric organ.


Oak open bookcase, 3-piece bedroom furniture, brass full size bed frame, iron & brass day bed, vintage wood office desk, oak 7-drawer chest, brown leather sofa & armchair, mid-century walnut end table, Broyhill oak coffee table, petite pine corner cabinet, retro pine dinette table & chairs, primitive blue stool, vintage wood bar stool, stand tables, pine wood bookshelf and antique wood side chair.


Pair of wrought iron springer lawn chairs, wood picnic table & benches, 3-piece wood patio set, vintage skateboard and sporting goods, fishing rods & reels, Sun Terrace webbed chaise lounge chair, aluminum saucer sled, bed & breakfast birdhouse and a hummingbird wind chime.


Galvanized painted wash tub, Texaco Havoline 1-gallon oil can, Lanesville Community School tabletop lectern, plastic Alien face wall hanging, Metallica guitar songbook, VHS tapes, Gaubatz hand painted saws & saw blades, 3 branch brooms, country antique tools, Wayne’s World Pro Mark drum stick, vintage shoe horn valet brush, carved double barrel flute, Ninja Mutant Ninja Turtles cards & puzzles, collection of Mad magazines, 1970’s & 1980’s nostalgia, Michael Jordan valentines box, Hemingray insulator, Atlas jar, brown & clear glass bottles, stoneware jugs, cheese crocks, early Louisville Stoneware dishes, glassware, stainless & silverplate flatware, Army dress cap, Marine camo fatigue cap, vintage kitchen tools, bar accessories, Berlin souvenir wall thermometer, ruby red Cape Cod glassware, Sears portable electric typewriter, collection of black glass dinnerware, hanging & clear font oil lamps, Fundamentals 24-pack glass tumblers, Mega 2-XL talking robot with collection of eight-track tapes, advertisement yardsticks, Wagner Ware cast iron dutch oven, 1935 calendar, picnic basket, coal bucket, wood advertisement crate, Blue Tip shark mouth plaque and more.


Single bit wood axe, 6’ aluminum ladder & step stool, antique brass mallet, antique adjustable wrench, antique hay knife, collection of yard tools and shelves of hand tools and hardware.


Schlemmer-Topf German terracotta claybaker, Samsonite folding card table & chairs, vintage luggage, JCPenney stereo set, folding maple TV tray tables, Gaubatz hand painted home decor, large collection of Christmas decor, collection of toy vehicles, animal home decor, Gone With the Wind style hurricane lamp, Indiana Hoosiers scarf, vintage brass floral lamp, collection of men’s neckties, FarberWare stainless steel cookware, collection of kitchen items, Anchor Hocking cake stand, Anchor Hocking glass tumblers, bakeware, small appliances, Ball Mason canning jars & canner, Kenmore Elite microwave oven, two-drawer filing cabinet, linens, car quilt, coolers & water jug, Panasonic VHS & DVD players, Sherbrooke men’s figure skates, collection of school supplies, Red Accent tripod & projection screen, cleaning supplies, Sauder audio/video storage tower, ironing board & iron, men’s jackets, Kirby vacuum and more.


Gaubatz oil on canvas mountain scene, D. McGill hand painted mirror, Gaubatz oil on canvas beach scene, 2 Lamborghini framed prints, handwoven macrame wall hanging, several Ed Gaubatz original oil paintings, black & white etched prints, framed religious decor, switchboard operator framed art, Michael Landon poster and more.


Eight-point star hand stitched quilt, retro geometric comforter, cross stitch cutter quilt and cross stitch framed art.


Lanesville history & yearbooks, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Where the Sidewalk Ends, Dr. Seuss and Helen Palmer kids books, collection of kids books, bookshelf of books, collection of cookbooks, Walt Disney LP vinyl records, collection of LP vinyl records and a large collection of songbooks.


I-64 to Lanesville Exit # 113. South on Crandall Lanesville Road NE 2.2 miles to left on IN-62/Main Street/Ohio River Scenic Byway. East 0.4 mile to right on St. Johns Church Road NE. Continue 0.2 mile to left on Zollman Drive. Home is the 2nd house on left.


We know that the end of an online auction can be a hectic place. Here are some tips & things you should know to help make it a little easier…


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.


You can “watch” lots for an easier way to keep track of items you’re interested in.

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