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Stinson Estate Lifetime Collection Online Auction – Session 1


2:00 PM
Thursday, February 17


2:00 PM *
Thursday, February 24

* Staggered End & Extended Bidding

9916 South Voyles Road
Borden, IN 47106

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Pick Up

  • Friday, February 25, 9AM – 4PM

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 Norman Stinson Estate

Personal Representative

Tonya Woodring

The Harritt Group will sell the eclectic lifetime collection of the late George Norman Stinson at online auction in multiple sessions, each session having a diverse selection of items. Session 1 includes folk art carved wood statues, art, pedal cars, furniture, decorative art glass, antiques, collectibles, Bunker Hill firearm safe, household items and more.


6 ft. wood carved welcome bear statue, 4 ft. wood carved Native American woman statue, wood carved owl statue, wood carved rooster statue, wood carved African Tribal mask wall hanging and a carved wood elephant statue.


Sixteen (16) framed Ray Day limited edition signed prints including Mail Pouch Barn, Back Road Bargains, Country Church, Summer Coolers, Fresh Paint – A Tribute To Harley, Ruby Falls, Rural Reverence, An English Summer Day – Gold Hill in Shaftesbury Dorset, Peaches on the Porch, Eggs in the Basket, Pumpkins and Jugs, Grist Mill In Winter, An Old Covered Bridge, Strawberry Days, Burma-Shave Country and Country General Store, and eight (8) framed Don Ensor limited edition signed prints including Great Kate, Old Pete, Back, Stubborn As, The Thoroughbred, The Arabian, The Pinto and a small Stubborn As print, Steve St. Clair Great Horned Owl print, Ann Crick As Thousands Cheered Secretariat print, Ray Harm Road-runner print, Louisville First and River 1937 flood photograph, English countryside reverse glass landscape painting, Don Richard Eckelberry Wood Ducks print, Charles Crume wildlife print, 3D holographic wolf image, The Circle of Life eagle print, Where are the Buffalo Gone print and a Tony Leonard Secretariat triple crown winner photograph.


Six (6) Murano Italy art glass figurines including a stylized deer, manatee paperweight, technicolor cat paperweight, fish paperweight, starfish paperweight and a fish sculpture, blown glass candle snuffer, Zimmerman blown glass paperweights, Fenton glass bells, commemorative Nascar 3D No. 2 paperweight, Ray Day Meramec Caverns Barn collectors plate, (11) Norman Rockwell collector plates and a Norman Rockwell copper plate, hand painted turtles, dolphins, swans & sun figurines, Cocker Spaniel & bear figurines, milk glass 5-light chandelier, framed shark teeth display, wine cellar decor, Harley Davidson American Eagle advertisement sign, Clint Eastwood The Westerns photo collage and more.


InSTEP City Taxi yellow pedal car, US Army Pursuit 3-wheel airplane pedal car, pink flower power pedal car, hot rod pedal car, InSTEP hot rod pedal car and an ERTL John Deere pedal tractor.


Mobile Oil Gargoyle glass oil jar, Ball Mason glass oil jar, heavy hand wrought copper sauce pan, Oertels ‘92 Beer Lou Thesz Wrestler advertisement poster, Sthroh’s Beer Welcome Aboard life ring advertisement, Roseville pottery & Robinson Ransbottom stoneware mixing bowls, sterling silver salt & pepper petite shakers, cast iron Scottie dog & Early American man & girl door stops, cast iron corn stick pan, Pfaltzgraff holiday polar bear & Willie & Millie penguin salt & pepper shakers, cast iron bear figurine, cast iron dog pencil holder, Salem Menthol Fresh & Lucky Strike cigarette memorabilia, cast iron Camel Cigarettes ashtray, wood game board scorecard, advertisement patches, Longaberger baskets, Budweiser boxing glove stein, Kentucky State Fair, Grand Ole Opry & Marineland Florida travel pennants, collection of commemorative & travel bells, salt & pepper shakers, vintage smoking supplies, porcelain figurines, Denim Days collectible figurines, Pillsbury Doughboy memorabilia, frog decor, Rat Fink memorabilia, silverplate decorative goblets, candlesticks & candelabra, Pentax, Kodak & Yashica cameras & supplies, Coca Cola memorabilia, Budweiser Nostalgic tin thermometers, Walt Disney Mickey Mouse night light & figurine, First State Quarters collector’s map, cowboy boot spurs & decorative horseshoes, Indiana emphora, ladies purse collection, sewing accessories, Royal Crown glass bottles, cast iron No. 7 skillet, blue Ball Mason marble filled jar, 5-gallon blue glass jug, woodworking draw knife, lillies & elephant chalk wall hangings, cast iron duck & painted rooster wall mount bells, jars of buttons, War Eagle Cigars humidor can, National & Maid-Rite washboards, Zing-King & National Lingerie washboards, cast iron shoe lasts, porcelain ware wash pans & ladles, floral laundry hampers, folk art Coca Cola crate what-not-shelf, painted chalk Native American bust, vintage kitchenware, hand painted art glass floral table lamp, Danbury Mint Big Daddy Ed Roth Beatnik Bandit toy car, Western Cowboy toy gun set in original box, solar dancing toys, collectible toy Ty Beanie Babies, Groucho Marx National Desoto club doll and more.


Mid-century chest of drawers, oak bow front china display cabinets, oak bow front corner curio cabinet, vintage maple roll top desk, oak sewing chair, Pulaski Furniture curio cabinets, Mediterranean style curio cabinet, Broyhill upholstered sofa, drop leaf dinette table, Murphy cedar chest, mid-century serpentine front dresser with mirror, Singer console sewing machine, decorated Hitchcock style accent chair, Broyhill oak end tables, petite cedar chest, modern oak dry sink, Victorian walnut marble top wash stand, pine end tables, vintage chest of drawers, entertainment armoire and a white painted end table.


Pyrex Autumn Harvest Wheat mixing bowls, Anchor Hocking blue mixing bowls, Pepsi Foghorn Leghorn tumbler, Limoges France decorative plate, Johnson Brothers & Royal Mall ironstone plates, Hazel Atlas automotive tumbler glasses, Peyo Smurf tumbler glasses, Fenton carnival glass footed compotes, vanity jars & ring holders, hand painted china & celery dishes, Budweiser Christmas & Dale Earnhardt Jr. beer steins, vintage beer steins, shot glass collection, White Castle old school china mugs, assorted White Castle mugs & advertisement box, clear glassware, translucent Salem Fine China dinnerware and more.


Bunker Hill 59” digital executive firearm safe.


Regent Sherwood slicing set, meat cleaver & butcher knife, 1847 Rogers Bros. silverplate in wood chest, stainless steel flatware, jewelry boxes, two drawer metal file cabinet and maple magazine rack.


Native American warrior garden statue.


I-64 to Greenville US Highway 150. West 8.2 miles to right on Voyles Road. North 5.2 miles to auction on the right.


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