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Mid-Century Furniture & Contents Online Auction


2:00 pm
Wednesday, October 9


2:00 pm *
Wednesday, October 23

* Staggered End & Extended Bidding

1342 Miller Lane
New Albany, IN 47150

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Personal Property Terms

Payment by cash, check or *credit card.

  • Credit card accepted with a 3% convenience fee.
  • Payment by check may be subject to a 10-day bank clearance for out of state and buyers unknown to the auction company.
  • Shipping available at buyer’s expense.

Vehicle Terms

Cash, check or wire transfer by Thursday, October 24, 2019, @ 2pm.

  • Possession and title held till wire transfer confirmation.
  • Possession and title held for 10 days with payment by check for bank clearance.

Open Inspection

  • Tuesday, October 8, 4-6pm
  • Tuesday, October 22, 11am – 1pm
  • Contact us for a private showing

Pick Up

  • Thursday, October 24, 1-6pm
  • Friday, October 25, 9am-12pm


Robert & Martha Ritz Revocable Trust

Selling online for the Robert & Martha Ritz Revocable Trust the entire contents of home including over 300+ lots that feature a 2003 Buick LeSabre, 1999 Buick Regal LS, 1948 Ford Model 8N tractor, Mason and Hamlin’s Tension Resonator Grand Piano, mid-century modern furniture, gold and silver jewelry, Zimmerman blown glass, art pottery, quilts, retro fishing supplies, household and more.


2003 Buick LeSabre with leather interior, 6 cylinders, 3.8L, 63,682 miles, VIN # – 1G4HR54KX3U156492 and 1999 Buick Regal LS, cloth interior, 6 cylinders, 3.8L, 113,098 miles, VIN # – 2G4WB52K9X1436503


1948 Ford Model 8N Tractor, manual shift, 3 point hitch, some spare parts, and original operator’s manual included. Owned by the Ritz Family since 1966.


Mason and Hamlin Tension Resonator Grand Piano, Model A, Rebuilt 7/68 by C.A. Herbert, Herbert Piano Sales, Louisville, KY. Centripetal tension resonator, patented Feb 28, 1905, duplex scale, pap d’astro bar. Piano bench included.


Willett “Trans East” dining table and chairs, Willett “Trans East” buffet server with bookshelf, Willett “Trans East” end table with removable tray, reupholstered couch with wood accents, 1960’s (3) piece bedroom suite including a full-size bed and two end tables, seven drawer chest, six drawer dresser with mirror, high back upholstered armchairs, rolling armchair, tiered shelf, Tomlinson Furniture end table, minimalist round glass coffee table and more.


Antique bow front china cabinet, vintage oak roll top desk, rolling and swivel oak office chair, antique oak chifferobe, kneehole desk, (4) swivel bar stools, La-Z-Boy upholstered rocking recliner, hexagonal end table, bookshelf, wood table with two hidden extendable leaves, console end table with glass door, credenza end table, two-piece full size bedroom suite, 1930’s Jenny Lind style full-size bed, twin size mid century bed frame, (2) antique rocking chairs, upholstered armchair, retro wood end tables, (2) drop leaf tables, five drawer maple Trumble chest, travel trunk, drafting table, patio furniture and more.


(3) 14K gold ladies rings, 14K gold Gemex ladies watchband, .925 sterling silver Kokopelli pendant brooch, (2) antique gold stick pins, .925 Sterling silver rope necklace, (2) pairs of sterling silver earrings, (2) sterling silver “Forget Me Not” bracelets, (3) pieces of 14K gold necklaces, 14K gold bracelet, (2) 10K gold rings, 10K gold New Albany High School 1944 class ring, (3) 14K gold rope bracelets, (2) pairs of 14K gold earrings, Indian Head 2.5 dollar gold coin ring, 14K gold charm bracelet, (2) silver turquoise rings, sterling silver graduated beaded necklace, (2) sterling silver brooches and necklace, (7) sterling silver Leonore Doskow engraved RLR buttons, sterling silver Lunt pillbox, Free Mason jewelry pieces, Mickey Mouse Ingersoll watch with original box, Elgin Shockmaster unisex wristwatch with original box and a large collection of costume jewelry.


(18) handmade quilts, 1949 official Kentucky Derby mint julep glass, late model Kentucky Derby glasses, (2) vintage Beatles records, (4) Bruce Fox dishes including pineapple, ivy, bryony leaf, & dogwood dish, (9) Goebel Hummel figurines including Girl With Shovel, Little Gardener, Girl With Spoon, Girl With Basket, Boy and Girl Singing, Soldier Boy, Girl With Swans, & Boy With Accordian, Persian blue snowberry Roseville art pottery vase, Zimmerman blown glass paperweights, (3) pieces of World War 1 embossed trench art shell ammo vases, Boy Scouts memorabilia, WW 1 military and Americana items, table fan, Zenith Long Distance tabletop radio, Royal Standard typewriter, George F Cram globe, trumpet, acoustic ukulele, microscope, slate board, cameras, bar supplies, cast iron miniature Crescent model stove and assorted cast iron pieces, New Albany memorabilia, yearbooks, (2) pairs of opera glasses, (4) miniature Louisville Slugger bats, desktop items, kitchenware, (2) Ray Day Lilliput Lane buildings, (4) wood sewing spools, set of pipe organ parts from Central Christian Church, art pottery dishes, brass clocks, smoking pipes, pocket knives, bottle openers, foreign money, cut and pressed glassware, carnival glass tumblers, Louisville Stoneware and MA Hadley, country antiques, Longaberger baskets and dishes, hickory baskets, mid-century modern fireplace tools, Limoges china, Occupied Japan Noritake china, Stangl hand painted china, Fiestaware, silver plate dishes, furs, Pyrex dishes, stoneware bowls, Coleman cooler and Aladdin thermos, oil lamps, vintage toys, doll furniture, records, vintage purses, cast iron fireplace guard, quilt rack, galvanized items, magazines and newspapers, wedding dress and more.


Vintage Shakespeare split bamboo fly rod, 4/0 Penn Senator fishing pole, (2) Wards Hawthorne fishing poles, Garcia Mitchell 300 spinning reel with box and original manual, Kennedy tackle box, My Buddy aluminum tackle box and an assortment of reels and lures.


Wards Lakeside bench grinder, Sears Craftsman planer, Sears Craftsman band saw, Black and Decker radial arm saw, Craftsman table saw, (2) shop vacuums, Homelite XL-101 chainsaw, collection of power, hand and yard tools.


Marble top pedestal, brass candle stand, hall tree, framed Ray Day “Festival of Colors” print, framed Ray Day “The Collection” print, (4) framed Ray Day prints of the four seasons, (5) framed William Hancock New Albany prints, (3) framed James Applegate New Albany prints, (6) framed C.S Townsend New Albany prints, framed Ray Harm prints, framed Mary Lou Hess print, framed Corydon Capital print, framed quilt square, assortment of decorative table and floor lamps, Native American decor, Wedgewood Peter Rabbit Decor, cat decor, hanging mirror, storage rack and more.


Retro Dansk cookware, a large selection of modern and antique books, Kitchenaid Classic countertop electric mixer, bakeware items, kitchen appliances, silverplate and stainless steel flatware, kitchen utensils, slide projector, Samsung 31″ TV, Oreck and Shark vacuums, luggage, large amount of Christmas decor, Coleman LED lantern, turkey deep fryer, never used SPT portable room air conditioner, assorted Yakima car attachment, metal file cabinets, sheet music, VHS and DVDs, Amazon Kindle, yard art and more.


Sewing table with rolling office chair, Husqvarna Viking Model 1100 sewing machine with a separate embroidery machine, instructional manual and VHS tape, White Superlock 634DE sewing machine with instructional manual and tape, and a large selection of fabric and supplies.


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.


I-265 to Charlestown Road Exit #4. South 1.5 miles on Charlestown Road to left on Slate Run Road. 8/10 mile to left on Old Ford Road. 2/10 mile to right on Miller Lane. Home on left.

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