Ron Reed Lifetime Collection Online Auction – Session 4
1:00 PM *
Monday, August 1
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- Tuesday, August 2, 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.
Selling online Session 4 of 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 outdoor & garden items including grindstones, wrought iron gates and fencing, folk art items, furniture, antiques & collectibles, stoneware, Uhl & Ransburg Pottery, baskets, LP records, art, blown glass paperweights, quilts, Case XX and more.
OUTDOOR & GARDEN
Wrought iron garden archway trellis, wrought iron garden fence sections, iron & wire garden gates, cut limestone tree log planter, curved concrete garden bench, three (3) antique wicker arm chairs, artichoke garden statue, folk art geode & river rock basket planters, geode rocks, squirrel statue & pedestal, several antique grindstone wheels in various sizes, grindstone stand, limestone cistern ring, large water drain rock, large & small concrete heart stepping stones, tin tray bird feeder, galvanized wash tubs, buckets & sprinkling can, 7 1/2 foot yard windmill, 4 1/2 foot yard windmill, terracotta garden gazing ball pedestals, folk art sewer tile tree trunk planter, several concrete garden animals and planters, pair of cast metal foraging garden cranes and The Original Garden Way garden cart.
Folk art hand carved deer & bird corner whatnot shelf, hickory limb hall tree, deer feet firearm racks, carved Canadian goose decoy artist signed Lanning, carved & painted shore bird, mallard (3) egrets and (2) ducks, handmade & painted First Capital Corydon Indiana birdhouse, tree bark bird house, hand carved wood figurines and more.
Vintage maple twin poster bed, (2) 6 ft. open book shelves, oak open book shelf, primitive open display shelf, narrow primitive pine shelf, four (4) antique side chairs and an inlay folding card table by L. Thomas New Albany, IN.
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
Antique petite dome top trunk, copper apple butter kettle, Fehr’s Beer advertising chalk bear, wood handle shop & shoe shine brushes, vintage brass scoops, wood butter paddles, two (2) 24” wood lard paddles, kitchenware, four (4) Indianapolis Motor Speedway Indy 500 pit badges, four (4) vintage watches, children’s trunk & toys, Shannon’s Dairy Jeffersonville IN wood milk crate, forty-five (45) Indiana & Kentucky license plates, homart cistern force pump, cast iron pitcher pump, Radio Flyer children’s wagon, antique carpenter’s tool chest, antique wood sled, primitive square nail & mortised bucket bench, molded fiberglass umbrella stand, mid-century lamp shades, primitive wood chamber pot, antique warehouse dolly, Eveslage Dairy aluminum milk crate, oak newel posts, vintage golf bags and dozens of clubs, Gilbert erector building set in metal box, toys & children’s leather shoes, seven (7) vintage New Albany High School yearbooks, travel postcards, Southern Indiana & Kentucky waterway postcards, Southern Indiana postcards, 1963 New Albany Sequestenial Program, 1976 Indiana Built Automobiles history bulletin, New Albany 1937 Flood & 1917 Tornado postcards, 1930’s Lincoln Bank & Trust Louisville Kentucky business checkbook, primitive wood tool caddy, gold painted cast iron spittoon, cast iron black cat doorstop, Southern Indiana advertising hats, Indiana history magazines, vintage binoculars, pin-up glass tumblers, primitive 12’ green painted wood ladder, vintage coffee table books, wood pallets, plastic milk crates, bucket benches, scrap lumber, vintage sleigh bells, lighthouse figurine, collection of Anri wood carved bottle stoppers, leather children’s baby shoes and more.
F. Wunderlich Wholesale Liquors New Albany Ind. 2-gallon scratch jug, Wunderlich Liquors New Albany Ind. 1-quart scratch jug, C.D. Knoefel Druggist New Albany Ind. 1-quart scratch jug, several wax-sealing canning jars, T. Hoffer Liquors New Albany Ind. 1-gallon scratch jug, Cherokee Pottery stone crock, salt glazed end-of-the-day stoneware jar, 3-gallon jug, decorated 5-gallon bee sting jug, early Keller New Albany ovoid jar, salt glazed 10-gallon water dispenser, spongeware stone pitchers, salt glazed grape arbor pitcher, blue & white cherry pitcher, blue glazed grapevine creamer, early ovoid jar, salt glazed jar, Cream Top Creamery & East End Dairies crocks, dough bowls, Clay City Pottery dough & salad bowls, B. Stebner decorated canister set, Weir canning jars, 3-gallon butter churn with dasher, blue & white good fortune pitcher, yellow ware blue sponged good fortune pitcher, Kissing Dutch girl & boy pitcher, blue & white spongeware pitcher, blue avenue of trees pitcher, Pure Kentucky White Corn & Old Kentucky Moon miniature advertising jugs, miniature Compliments of Wilhelm Bartan & Co. Traverse City, Michigan advertising jug, miniature Indiana & Kentucky souvenir jugs, brown glazed jug, Vulcanizing Substitute M&M Mfg. Co. Akron Ohio advertising bottle, glazed stoneware hole-eyed piggy bank, pitcher, beer stein with girl motif, stone crocks with wire bail handles, (3) miniature advertisement jugs including Ames of Owensboro Pleasure Vehicles Bred in Old Kentucky, Morgan-Lyons Vinegar Louisville Kentucky and 1895 Sadir Chantham advertisement jug (all with broken handles), collection of Strawtown Pottery stoneware & advertising jugs and more.
UHL & RANSBURG POTTERY
Uhl Pottery Collectors Society commemorative items in original boxes including a 1997 jug bank, 1997 vase, 1998 covered grease mug, (2) 2006 birdhouse ornaments and a 2007 piggy bank, Uhl Pottery Dutch shoes, collection of miniature Uhl sports baseball & football jugs, several Ransburg Pottery decorated Uhl cookie jars, Ransburg decorated Uhl globe pitchers, Ransburg Pottery decorated bowls, Ransburg decorated metal serving trays, Uhl Pottery miniature stoneware crock with lid, Uhl Pottery miniature shoes, collection of miniature canteen Uhl Pottery jugs, Uhl Acorn Wares Mother’s Day 1997 jug, Uhl elephant jugs, Uhl Gregian jugs and more.
Several vintage LP records including Loverboy, Talking Heads “Little Creatures”, Neil Diamond, Alice Cooper “Billion Dollar Babies”, Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, vintage pop records and many more.
William Hancock “Blackiston Mill” limited edition print, C.S. Townsend “An Old Giant” – The Elsby Building framed print, William Hancock “Steamer Mississippi Queen” artist proof print, Don Holz “Belle of Louisville” limited edition print, framed portrait of Bishop John Francis Noll, framed Murph’s Law cross stitch needlework, paint by numbers Jesus painting and famous New Albany home prints by Mary Lou Hess, J. Folsom & Carol Tobe.
Four (4) hand stitched quilts including three (3) star quilts and a nine-patch quilt.
BLOWN ART GLASS
Several blown art glass paperweights including one with Bruce Fox paper label, flower frogger, pen holders one tagged Zimmerman, bud vases, decorative candy pieces, millefiori style mushroom, floral egg, green heart, several ashtrays and more.
Several hand woven 32-rib baskets attributed to John McAdams Harrison County Indiana, decorated 2-person picnic basket with double wood lid, decorated small woven basket with wood hinged lid, double buttocks basket, egg basket, split hickory painted half basket and more.
Nineteen (19) Case XX items – many with original boxes.
TOOLS & HARDWARE
Jackson wheelbarrow, cast iron house jacks, several LP gas tanks and a Hill aluminum frame dolly.
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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