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Ron Reed Lifetime Collection Online Auction – Session 1


2:00 PM
Tuesday, March 1


2:00 PM *
Tuesday, March 8

* Staggered End & Extended Bidding

6428 Quailwood Drive
Floyds Knobs, IN 47119

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  • Wednesday, March 9, 9AM – 5PM

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.


Ron Reed

Selling online in multiple sessions the diverse personal lifetime collection of Ron Reed, a retired Indiana State Trooper, Floyd County Deputy Sheriff, longtime auction clerk and antique collector. This session includes painted cupboards, a rare 20-tin pie safe, advertisement stoneware jugs, Zimmerman art glass, Bruce Fox giftware, McAdams baskets, art, slot machine, antiques & collectibles, folk art and more.


Rare 20-tin kitchen pie safe, primitive two door flat wall cupboard in red patina, 1800’s corner cupboard in yellow patina, primitive gray painted single door pantry cupboard, 1800’s pine & cherry restored dry sink, primitive pine dry sink, 1800’s decorated immigrant’s trunk, oak round pedestal dining table and a leather button tufted club sofa.


J.H. Miller Brandenburg KY decorated 3-gallon churn, Wunderlich & Michel Wholesale Liquors New Albany, Ind. 1-quart and 2-gallon scratch jugs, Wunderlich Co. Wholesale Liquors New Albany, Ind. 1-gallon scratch jug, G. Unser Jeffersonville, Ind. 2-gallon & 4-gallon hand thrown jars, salt glazed 4-gallon ovoid jar, salt glazed 15-gallon water dispenser, Robinson Ransbottom 5-gallon butter churn, Krogman Tell City, IN Whiske (rare misprint) jug, early Uhl Pottery Evansville, IN 5-gallon crock, salt glazed decorated 3-gallon jug, John Burger Rochester New York crock, unusual cobalt blue decorated canning jar, Weeks Bros. Akron Ohio whiskey jug, salt glazed 2-gallon jar, cobalt blue decorated canning jars, early ovoid salt glazed jug, Melcher & Co. Louisville KY crock, salt glazed jar with lid, Bennington spittoon, rare J.L. Crayden, Ramsey, Ind. Lyon’s Fruit Vinegar miniature stoneware jug, M. Steinert New Albany, Ind. miniature advertising jug, R.H. Parket Indianapolis miniature advertising jug, Old Continental Whiskey miniature jug, Detrick Distilling Dayton O miniature moto jug, F.K. Kern Spring Street miniature jug, Jones Bros. Louisville KY miniature jug, RH Parker Old Style Nelson Co. Kentucky miniature jug, Fortuna Whisky Phil Hollenbach Louisville KY miniature jug, Old Kentucky Mansion Henderson KY miniature pitcher, Kannapel’s Dairy New Albany Indiana butter crock & cardboard cottage cheese cups, Purity Maid Dairy New Albany Indiana butter crock, early stoneware lunch pail crock, salt glazed jug birdhouse, Uhl Pottery Huntingburg Indiana half-gallon & one-gallon stoneware jug, Clark & Bros. Cannelton Indiana one-gallon stoneware jug, blue & white stoneware rose pitcher, early black & white spongeware pitcher, Uhl Pottery art deco pitchers, brown barrel pitcher & covered casserole and blue stoneware salt crock.


Joe Zimmerman 1980 table lamp, pair of Zimmerman art glass & brass andirons, Joe Zimmerman perfume bottle with stopper, Joe Zimmerman 1985 technicolor paperweight, Zimmerman Gene Baxley 1982 floral bouquet paperweight, Bart Zimmerman 1990 candle holder, Bart Zimmerman 1998 green bowl, Bart Zimmerman 2002 flower frogger, Bart Zimmerman 1984 paperweight, Bart Zimmerman 2002 orange & black paperweight, Bart Zimmerman 1989 peach paperweight, Bart Zimmerman 1991 red apple paperweight, Kerry Zimmerman green squash paperweight, Kerry Zimmerman 1986 green pepper paperweight, Kerry Zimmerman 1986 pear paperweight, Kerry Zimmerman 1998 peach paperweight, Kerry Zimmerman 1997 blue floral basket, Kerry Zimmerman 1996 bud vase, Kerry Zimmerman NAHS 55-Year Reunion paperweight, Zimmerman NAHS 50-Year Reunion paperweights, Joe Zimmerman New Albany, Ind. paperweight and a Zimmerman peach paperweight.


McAdams early split hickory round footed basket, split hickory egg basket, McAdams style split hickory round footed basket, miniature split hickory egg basket, John McAdams signed hickory & cane basket, & a McAdams style split hickory round footed basket signed Kay.


Cast aluminum Bruce Fox items including a New Albany Indiana Chamber of Commerce plaque, New Albany Indiana Hobart Beach V.F.W. license plate topper, golden retriever cigarette case & ashtray, anchor ashtray, Old Forester Kentucky straight bourbon whisky ashtray, gemini ashtray, horse memo pad, horse head money clip, steer head shoe horn, (2) lobster claws, wood footed salad bowl, asparagus serving utensils, sesquicentennial bookends, charging bull steak knives & carving set, steer head serving platter, wood turkey carving board, covered keepsake dish, wood largemouth bass wall plaque, and a cast aluminum horse ashtray & lobster dish No. 15 from Prather Foundry, New Albany, Indiana.


Primitive wood firkin sugar bucket, Eveslage Dairy Floyds Knobs IND. wood crate, Native American New Albany IND travel pennant, Indiana Beach Shafer Lake souvenir pennant, Kentucky travel pennants, Bridge and Dam Our River Louisville Kentucky 1905 ribbon pin, Falls City Fence metal advertisement signs, New Albany High School hand forged game cowbell and others, New Albany Steam Laundry advertising clothing brush, primitive wood lemon squeezer, wood Springerle rolling pin, brass frog powerlifter, lying guardian lion statue, local postcards, skater lantern, Dressel Louisville & Nashville railroad lantern, Dazey No. 20 glass butter churn, “Antiques Downstairs” lighted sign, Swift & Company Prize Draft Team black & white framed photo, 1915 Anheuser-Busch Naming Contest Dr. Stork Malt Nutrine lithographic metal sign, cocktail drink mixer, Munising wood butter mold, primitive wood keg cobbler’s nail box, primitive wood berry handy, primitive wood cutlery tray, primitive orange hardware caddy, primitive wood carpenter’s caddy, industrial metal toolbox, galvanized blue Ball mason jar chicken feeders, galvanized Falls City minnow bucket, antique doll steamer trunk, New Albany Fire Department Deputy Chief fire helmet, Indiana State Police license plate, National Guard Indiana & other Wander license plates, Kentucky vintage license plates, Lawrence Banet Road street sign, hand painted metal phone sign, framed 1919 New Albany Tribune farm auction advertisement, Home Transit & Daisy Line Bus Company “Don’t Talk To The Bus Driver” framed print, vintage black & white framed class photo, American Barge Line Andrew Calhoun pusher boat photograph, Greenville Station hand painted double sided store sign, collection of 30+ Anri wood carved figural bottle stoppers and bar utensils, Goodyear Tire advertisement ashtray, Armstrong Tire advertisement ashtray, vintage glass beer bottles, rotating emergency vehicle warning light, advertisement bullet pencils, wood egg box filled with glass eggs, chalk Spaniel bank, early Airedale Terrier stuffed dog toy, early stuffed dog toy, collection of Ransburg hand painted metal recipe boxes, cookie jars & teapot, Ransburg floral & rooster canister sets, Ransburg metal covered cake plate, Reed’s Butter Scotch Wafers 20-pound tin can, 1800’s brass bucket, wood tool caddy, tin candle molds, Craftsman cast iron rotating lawn sprinkler, copper lawn sprinklers, wood coffee grinder, wood lift top storage box, hand hooked Welcome mat, nude woman statue, Camark Pottery tankard pitcher, New Albany Indiana
Hoosier brick, hand cranked pencil sharpeners, etched bird dog mirror and aluminum Boys & Girls bathroom door signs.


Carl Lotick autumn farm scene oil painting, George Morrison “New Albany, IND. As seen from the hill below the City” lithograph, limited edition George Engle Organ Grinder framed print, folk art pastel home scene, Noble Smith Culbertson Mansion oil painting, Jim Steinert’s Cafe New Albany Indiana watercolor, H.J. Topman portrait oil painting, Stanley Bryne K&I Bridge black & white lithograph, Norman Kohlhepp “Ohio River at Louisville” framed print, Jonas Howard Tell City steamboat framed print, Jonas Howard Blackiston’s Mill framed print and H. Earl Lee black & white framed New Albany prints.


Mills Novelty Co. five-cent slot machine and a Jokers Wild! Dice game.


Collection of LP vinyl records including Johnny Cash “At San Quentin”, Johnny Cash and Tammy Wynette double LP vinyl record, original movie picture soundtrack “Goldfinger”, Billy Joel “52nd Street”, John Cougar Mellencamp “Uh-Huh”, Ozzy Osbourne “Diary of a Madman”, Van Halen & Queen “Jazz” LP record.


Folk art hand carved animal drawn wagon, Indiana cut limestone match safe, crackle finish two-tier wall box, wood pyramid flag stand, handmade wood bird houses, hand painted wood shaving mirror, men wood carvings, wood painted ax and hand painted wood Scotty Dog bookends.


I-64 to Greenville Hwy. 150 Exit 119. West 3/4 mile to left on Old Vincennes Road. Continue 2.8 miles to right on Edwardsville Galena Road. 1/10 mile to right on Quailwood Drive. 1/2 mile to auction on right.


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