Neuspickle #4 Lots of GREAT new finds, Tools, Antiques
Listing ID#: 237347

Sale Location

Morning View, KY 41063
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Tuesday Apr 16
Bidding Ends: Thursday Apr 25
Sale Type
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Northern Kentucky Auction

Contact: Doug Garner
Phone: 859-525-6777
Email: douggar@gmail.com
Website: NorthernKentuckyAuction.com

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Listing Information
This is the 4th auction from the Neuspickle collection. Many rare and unusual items plus antique tools, antique farm implements, Aluminum boat on trailer, 1957 Jeep FC. Come visit with us at the preview! Jeep was was an added consignment.

100
Buggy frame
Not Titled

200
14 ft Alumacraft boat and trailer
We dug this out of the weeds. The trailer tires are dry rotted. There is no title for the trailer or the boat. The stern plugs have been removed and were no where to be found. A good little project boat you could have up and running in no time.

300
Jeep FC-150
WE have applied for duplicate title and expect to receive it before the auction ends. If we have not yet received the title this item will be held until title is received.

1000
Iron kettle with large crack.
Approximately 27" in diameter and 14" high, with ears.











1011
Two Singer treadle sewing machine bases.
One is complete and one is good for parts.


1013
Two metal milk cans.
Top on one stamped Seal Test, Cincinnati.




1017
Two metal wheels and two metal cans.
Wheels are 32" in diameter. Not mates.

1018
Two metal wheels, appear to be mates.
Measures approximately 28" in diameter.

1019
Three metal wheels. Two look like mates.
Mates measure approximately 34" and the 3rd is 28" in diameter.

1020
Three metal wheels. One pair and one odd one.
The pair measures approximately 30" and one 28" in diameter.


1022
One pair of metal wheels
Measures approximately 32" in diameter.










2000
Two old scales.
One marked Columbia Family Scale, 24 lbs. The other stamped made in USA, 25 pound scale.





2005
Two side chairs. One has a cane bottom and the
other one has a fabric covered seat.

2006
Coca-Cola bottling company metal cooler.
Measures approximately 18 inches long by 12 inches tall by 9 inches deep.




2010
Old metal locks. Two with a key.
See photos for markings.



2013
Box lot of miscellaneous vintage metals items.
One metal wheel, one metal tine, one small vise, etc. See photos.

2014
Three pairs of ice tongs
Ranging in length from 10 inches to 14 inches.

2015
Three pairs of ice tongs.
Approximately 11 to 12 inches long.

2016
Box lot of miscellaneous items.
Vintage trivet for an iron, door knob, lid with spout, metal hook and old can with what appears to be a wick.


2018
Child's Tonka bulldozer.
Bulldozer is metal with rubber tracks.

2019
Child's International toy tractor.
Tractor is metal with rubber wheels. Missing the steering wheel. See photos.


2021
To meat choppers. One stamped Climax number 51
and the other stamped American number 10.









2030
10 boxes of international Harvester ledger
plates. Quantity is 30 per box. Not sure if part number matches content. Did not count quantities and each box.

2031
Assortment of mowing machine parts, some marks
International Harvester. See photos.



2034
International Harvester tractor parts.
Contents of boxes may not be the part numbers shown on outside of boxes.


2036
Strietmann's Ideal Crackers Family can.
Approximately 7 1/2" tall. Feels-Naptha soap and metal tin for Rawleigh Antiseptic Salve.


2038
Vintage grinder mounted on a piece of wood. Has
plaque stating manufactured by New London, Increase Wilson. Three vintage wood mortars.

2039
Electric butter churn with a glass container.
Stamped Dayton Electric Manufacturing Co. Stands approximately 23" tall. Worked when tested.







2046


2048
Old metal gas can for some type of yard
equipment, two cans of Marvel mystery oil and one Homart pump reconditioning kit.


2050
Two Universal food choppers. #1 and #3.
Tag on #3 states, Thorn Hill Drag Strip, Dec. 14, 1996.












2062
Mantle Lamp Co., # 12, Aladdin lamp
No shade or wick, 14 1/2" tall.




2066
Three Beam Bicentennial liquor bottles featuring
The Saturday Evening Post labels on the front. See photos.

2067
Kessler Limited addition "Spirit of Sports"
ceramic decanter. Approximately 16 1/2 inches tall.



2070
Box lot of miscellaneous clear bottles. All
different shapes and sizes. Some stamped, some not. One bottle marked Thomas A. Edison, Battery Oil.

2071
Collection of miscellaneous bottles.
Color ranges from clear to bluish to green. See photos.

2072
One bottle which looks like dark green, two clear
pint bottles and six brown glass bottles.

2073
Two French - Bros Bauer Co. Milk bottles and two
Hiland Dairy milk bottles. No apparent chips or cracks, just need cleaned.








2081
Two brown Beer bottles. One stamped Springfield
Breweries and one Reymann BRG. Co.


2083
One crock bottle without stopper and one brown
bottle with ceramic stopper. No names or stamping on the face of the bottle. Brown bottle has number on bottom. See photos.






2089
Two clear soda bottles. One stamped WT Wagners
Sins, Cincinnati. This bottle is cracked. The other is marked The Cinti Soda Water & Ginger Ale Co. History is written in a note attached to the back of this bottle.



2092
Two vintage Pepsi-Cola bottles.
One stamped 1975 World Champions.




2096
Wood case stamped The Black Shells.
Measures approximately 15" x 9" x 10".











2107
Vintage beer bottle opener's and other can
openers. Two with stickers on the back dated 1936. See photos.


2109
Hoe for mixing concrete and misc. paddle.
Handle on hoe is approximately 37" long. See photos.


2111
Vintage metal toolbox. Rusted on the inside.
Measures approximately 20 inches long by 11 1/2 tall by 10 1/2 inches deep. See photos.

2112
Gold metal dynamite box.
Measures approximately 18" x 12" x 9". See photos.


2114
Two wooden boxes. One has been painted over
stamped on the inside New Castle, Pennsylvania. The second box is stamped 50 lbs. REX Dynamite.



2117
12" Gatemarked iron pot that is cracked.
7" Metal pan marked 2Qt. Dry.

2118
Press bucket missing the metal container.
Outside needs repaired. The press is approximately 17" tall, not including the mounting stand.



2121
Milk can with lid. No markings. See photos.
Rusted on the outside and a few small pin holes in the bottom.



2124
Wooden keg, 18 inches tall and 10 inches in
diameter. Band is broken at the bottom. See photos.

2125
#4 Brown and tan crock. Has chips on both of the
ears. Slight surface cracks and crazing. See photos.

2126
Santa Clara prune box. Measures approximately 16
inches long by 10 inches wide by 6 inches tall. See photos.

2127
Metal container, no lid.
Measures approximately 16" t x 16 1/2" d x 11 1/2" w. Handles on both ends make this easy to carry. See photos.




2131
Metal box on casters. See photos.
Measures approximately 25 1/2 inches long by 18 inches wide by 11 inches deep.


2133
Aluminum pot, metal divided meal tray, beer
glass, spoon, iron trivet and wood wall hanger.

2134
Tin cup, vintage metal holder for comb and brush,
old wood thread spool, large metal spoon and match book advertising Albert.





2139
Brass gauge, 1/2" tube turn, insert trap,
possible vent cap and lamp bracket w/globe.

2140
3 Small Anvils (1 stamped Hoosier Stove Co.,
Marion, Ind.), Brass cylinder, possibly a candlestick holder and one Hindu Brass Bell.

2141
Vintage pruners, scraper, Heller staple gun,
small monkey wrench, combo wrench, #18 Stanley square, small steel plane and ID tags.


2143
Napping hammer, draw knife, 1 shave, misc.
scoring blades, 3 wood levels, 7", 10 3/4 and 18".

2144
3 sets of calipers, steel clamp, metal funnel,
large spigot, quick loader, liquid extractor and wood clamp/vise.

2145
Wood handle cutters, crispers and roller. Awls,
hay hook, grapple hook and separators.



2148
Old cans and two packs of playing cards.
One pack marked 50 years Delta Air Lines. Two Snuff cans, one Prince Albert, etc. See photos.

2149
8 Red clearance lamp lenses, 1 clearance lamp
unit w/blue lens and 1 amber lens. 1 flush mount signal lamp and 1 vintage turn arrow lamp unit.

2150






2156
1- ECO Engr. Co Hydraulic Control, 1 Receiver,
Nathanael Baldwin, Pat. 1910 & 1915. Manual clippers, Alfco Fire Hose Nozzle and vintage clamp.


2158
Silver plate chafing pot, depression glass shaker
jar, grater, sifter, spice holder, candle holder and pestle.




2162





2167
Crock lids, 10" and 9" in diameter.
Two vintage light covers.


2169
One Guide Series casing stuffer without plunger
and one #2 Griswold meat chopper.


2171
Roi-Tan cigar box, Stanley Plane Box, small
wood box 7" x 7" x 3" and a liquor box measuring 14" x 7" x 4 1/4". Originally played music.








2179
One wood propeller blade.
Approx 10 Ft long This item does not ship.

2180









2189
Carnival glass bowl, grater, stereo toaster/fry
pan and one wood paddle and wire spoon.

2190
Vintage Cuckoo Clock made in Germany.
Only one weight. Small bells.





2195
Mixed lot of Ford Tractor Oil can, can with
insulators, USS Stark hat, wire, etc. See photos.



2198
One liquid receptacle w/ball float, 1 Auger, 1set
of 6 1/2" wheels w/axle and 1 possibly mixer/centrifuge.






2204
6 Pack metal Coca-Cola carrier with 6 vintage
Coke bottles. Some bottles dated November 6, 1923.



2207
8 Glass jars. Mason, Ball and unmarked.
5 Metal lids with glass inserts.










2217
Three Ball jars, 2 blue and one clear with metal
lids. One blue Atlas jar, no lid.







2224
Lightning Arrestors, Brass outlet covers, gate
switches, light bulbs and porcelain fixtures.







2231
Punch, hatchet-puller, T-wrench, Adze head,
corn/tobacco knife, bolt cutter and Z Syrunges.


2233
Assorted snips, level, approximate 2 1/2" bit,
plumb bob, rasp, small pipe wrench and Trimo Monkey wrench.




2237
#3 Griswold and one no name.
#3 Griswold and one no name.











2248
National Washboard Co. #801.
Approximately 24" long x 12 1/2" wide.

2249
Plastic Clover Leaf Dairy lighted clock.
Sign lights, clock did not work.




2253

2254
Vintage tins, wooden rolling pin, king Edward
tobacco box and wooden utensils.

2255

2256
Travel cloth, White Castle 79th Anniversary clear
mug, green glass mug, two 1974 Ky Derby 100th Anniversary glasses, thread and Stick On Soles. One razor strop.




2260
1 Gallon Blue Grass Dairy Co-op Inc. glass milk
jar with handle and glass Crisco jar with lid.

2261
Vintage metal bread box/pie holder.
Measures approximately 20" x 14 1/2" x 12".

2262
Real Kill Sprayer and sprayer minus the
container. Stamped Ashland OUSA.


2264
Two pieces of crock pottery.
Measures approximately 8 1/2 inch and 9 inches.

2265
Two pieces of brown rock pottery with one leg.
Measures approximately 7 inches tall and 9 inches tall.









2274
Herco Imperial 620 Snapshot Camera, unnamed box
camera (won't open), Focus Free 35 mm and Kodak Brownie Movie Camera.

2275
Photo Master 50mm, Jiffy Kodak Camera, 620 film
and Kodak Tele-Instamatic 708 Camera.


2277







2284
Galvanized bucket stamped Feed Purina Right.
Also stamped 1 Gallon Dry Measure. Approximately 7" tall and 8" in diameter.

2285
Tobacco product boxes. Futurity Twist, Days Work,
tobacco plugs and King Edward cigars.



2288
Vintage electric razor and one pair of wire
rimmed glasses. Razor stamped Tark.



2291
Four milk glass decorative collars for oil lamps
and one clear chimney. Collars are 8" in diameter and opening is 3".



2294
Decorative metal plate, 14 1/4" , made in England,
wood decorative item and old ink bottles, Little Boy Bluing liquid and Standard Mason Lids.

2295
Decorative American Flags, talking fish (needs
batteries) did not test. Sony telephone and gag gift "Electric Toilet Tissue". Old plug in headsets.

2296
Brick marked Peebles Block, Portsmouth, OH.
Piece of rail from old coal mine (per tag) and iron star.


2298
Heat gun by Weller, metal tray and contents.
Turnbuckle, brush and misc pieces of metal.

2299
John Chatillion metal scale, car emblem and metal
clip for Union Wire Mattress Co., Chicago, ILL'S.

2300
Small glass Atlas jar with glass lid and bail,
containers green bottle caps. 3" tin bucket and 3 1/2" iron bucket marked The Eureka Family Glue Pot.

2301
Two canteens, one missing cap. Minnow trap and
two metal tackle boxes or tool boxes.






2307
Three brass nozzles. 9, 6 and 4 inches.
One stamped pat. Oct16, 1877 - June 2, 1885.



2310
Two rubber insulators, glass insulators, misc
piece of beveled glass and ceramic disc marked Edison.

2311
Brass scales. Two marked Chatillon's
and one marked Firschner's.

2312
One wood box stamped Cross Country Differential
Compound for Ford Cars. Approximately 12 1/2 w x 11 1/2 t x 11" d. Nor handled case.




2316
#3 Brown and tan crock jug,
measures approximately 16 1/2" tall.

2317
Brown and tan crock jug with cork.
Measures approximately 18 1/2" tall.

2318
Mason and Ball colored jars with metal lids.
One clear jar with wire handle. Clear marbles in one Ball jar.

2319
9 Clear milk bottles from various dairies and one
plastic milk carton from Borden. Paper toppers fir Buttermilk.


2321
Vintage glass water bottles from various vendors.
One Hires bottle, Royal bottle and Hudepohl.



2324
Two Mrs. ButterWorths syrup bottles, one
Horlick's Malted Milk jar and two Clover Blossom Creamed Cottage Cheese jars.


2326
Heavy metal/plastic coated milk crate, two coke
bottles and other glass bottles.


2328
Crock water jug. 10" tall and 7" in diameter.
Has aluminum lid. Was unable to open.



2331
French Bauer milk can with small hole in bottom,
metal bucket and Black Rifle Powder tin container.

2332
Metal boiler
Measures approximately 13" t x 20 1/2" l x 11" d.


2334
Cream can with lid,
stamped Tri State Butter, Cincinnati.


2336
Two wood boxes. One stamped Tag Soap
and one marked Charles F. Baker & Co.


2338
One saddle in poor condition, tack, feedbag,
riding crop, bullwhip p, etc. See photos.


2340
32" Stainless buffet coffee maker.
Missing one tube on one side. See photos.








2348
Seth Thomas vintage mantel clock and Brass
corners for clocks. Clock did not work. Has key.


2350
Seth Thomas Clock. 25" tall.
No face on the clock.


2353
Meister Brau beer calendar
and a plastic No Trespassing sign.


2355
Spuds, Mountain Sheep and Scottie Dog.
Both dogs are chalk and the sheep is plastic.

2352
Wall art in a decorative wood frame.
Approximately 20 1/2" x 18 1/2".




2359
Shears, C clamps, chisels, roller, punches,
sparkplugs, spigot and latches.

2360
Civil War Era Wood telegraph wire insulator cover
Civil War Era Wood telegraph wire insulator cover(possibly Wards) measures approx. 6 1/2" x3". gauges, piece of lead from the National Lead Co., two sirens, one tagged American Bell Telephone Co., Pat. 1913 and one box marked Rooters Club.

2361
Ice Tongs, Cold Chisels, Nips, Napping Hammer,
Offset Adjustable Wrenches, Fird Drivers and Soldering Iron.






2367
Canvas tool pouches, work apron, 7 inch Nuwite
brush and Speedy Stitcher, no needle.

2368
The Champion Knife Improved, Enterprise MFG,
Philadelphia. Torch and mini fire extinguisher.

2369
Vintage penny slot machine. Numbered 21434, Mills
Novelty Co., Chicago. Has key to open back. Works.

2370
Limited Edition Decanter for Mike Wayne
Distilling Co., Masonic Order and #1, #3 and #4 Wild Turkey Decanters




2374
Two jars of marbles. One jar shaped like the
Liberty Bell and dated on the from 1776 - 1976.

2375
Reflector lens, two glass lenses and one plastic.
Caution lens has been glued back together.

2376
Misc box of butter mold, no picture on the bottom.
Metal fork, knives, wood paddle, canning jar lifter tea bag spoon, message/receipt holder, etc.

2377
Glass of old buttons and one Awl.
Glass may be a cottage cheese jar.

2378
Phillip Morris & Co Cigarette tins
Three whistles, one marked Coca-Cola, knife made in Japan, Avon Car Bottle, Baby Ben Clock missing stand, child's shoes, paperweight and vintage beaded purse in poor condition.



2381
Silver on Copper tray #195, tongs, glass vase,
Coppercraft bowl, juicer, milk glass vase, porcelain lid, two glass lids and salt shaker.



2384
Xmas ornaments, toy gun holster heart trinket
box, fossil rocks, pot of Crayola Crayons, golf tees, wood novelty holder, knick-knacks and Optimus Microcassette Recorder. Did not test.

2385
Plastic train car Mark D&W RR, Denver express.
Measures 11 inches long and 5 inches tall.

2386
Metal pick up truck on rubber wheels.
Missing bed sides. 11" x R" 5" tall. Stamped Hurley, Lancaster, PA. #800.

2387
12" Cast Iron skillet lid, Wagner iron skillet
ashtray and Iron Trivet stamped W. H. Howell Co.


2389
Child's guitar, missing parts
Measures approximately 21 1/2 inches long.

2390
Violin, missing parts.
Measures approximately 24 inches long.




2394
Glass jar, glass ashtrays, glass furniture
coasters, metal ashtray and covered container.

2395
King #5 Crock Butter Churn with handles, lid
and churn. Crock Measures approximately 17" tall.

2396
Bull Staff H. A. Moyer, Syracuse, NY.
and a fruit gathering tool.







2403
Two turn on/off valves leading to a metal pan.
Screw opening on the end of the pan. Have absolutely no idea as to the use of this gadget.








2411


2413
Wood handle for push mower, mallet, hedge
trimmers and seeder/spreader. Bag has holes.




2417
Michelob beer inflatable, Kentucky Derby beer
cans, Orange crush cans and numerous other varieties of beer. See photos.









2426
Wiesbaden Post Exchange photo, 36" x 24"
On foam board. Picture same on both sides.

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13473 Kenton Station Road Kenton County
Morning View, KY 41063
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Listing Details
This is the 4th auction from the Neuspickle collection. Many rare and unusual items plus antique tools, antique farm implements, Aluminum boat on trailer, 1957 Jeep FC. Come visit with us at the preview! Jeep was was an added consignment.

100
Buggy frame
Not Titled

200
14 ft Alumacraft boat and trailer
We dug this out of the weeds. The trailer tires are dry rotted. There is no title for the trailer or the boat. The stern plugs have been removed and were no where to be found. A good little project boat you could have up and running in no time.

300
Jeep FC-150
WE have applied for duplicate title and expect to receive it before the auction ends. If we have not yet received the title this item will be held until title is received.

1000
Iron kettle with large crack.
Approximately 27" in diameter and 14" high, with ears.











1011
Two Singer treadle sewing machine bases.
One is complete and one is good for parts.


1013
Two metal milk cans.
Top on one stamped Seal Test, Cincinnati.




1017
Two metal wheels and two metal cans.
Wheels are 32" in diameter. Not mates.

1018
Two metal wheels, appear to be mates.
Measures approximately 28" in diameter.

1019
Three metal wheels. Two look like mates.
Mates measure approximately 34" and the 3rd is 28" in diameter.

1020
Three metal wheels. One pair and one odd one.
The pair measures approximately 30" and one 28" in diameter.


1022
One pair of metal wheels
Measures approximately 32" in diameter.










2000
Two old scales.
One marked Columbia Family Scale, 24 lbs. The other stamped made in USA, 25 pound scale.





2005
Two side chairs. One has a cane bottom and the
other one has a fabric covered seat.

2006
Coca-Cola bottling company metal cooler.
Measures approximately 18 inches long by 12 inches tall by 9 inches deep.




2010
Old metal locks. Two with a key.
See photos for markings.



2013
Box lot of miscellaneous vintage metals items.
One metal wheel, one metal tine, one small vise, etc. See photos.

2014
Three pairs of ice tongs
Ranging in length from 10 inches to 14 inches.

2015
Three pairs of ice tongs.
Approximately 11 to 12 inches long.

2016
Box lot of miscellaneous items.
Vintage trivet for an iron, door knob, lid with spout, metal hook and old can with what appears to be a wick.


2018
Child's Tonka bulldozer.
Bulldozer is metal with rubber tracks.

2019
Child's International toy tractor.
Tractor is metal with rubber wheels. Missing the steering wheel. See photos.


2021
To meat choppers. One stamped Climax number 51
and the other stamped American number 10.









2030
10 boxes of international Harvester ledger
plates. Quantity is 30 per box. Not sure if part number matches content. Did not count quantities and each box.

2031
Assortment of mowing machine parts, some marks
International Harvester. See photos.



2034
International Harvester tractor parts.
Contents of boxes may not be the part numbers shown on outside of boxes.


2036
Strietmann's Ideal Crackers Family can.
Approximately 7 1/2" tall. Feels-Naptha soap and metal tin for Rawleigh Antiseptic Salve.


2038
Vintage grinder mounted on a piece of wood. Has
plaque stating manufactured by New London, Increase Wilson. Three vintage wood mortars.

2039
Electric butter churn with a glass container.
Stamped Dayton Electric Manufacturing Co. Stands approximately 23" tall. Worked when tested.







2046


2048
Old metal gas can for some type of yard
equipment, two cans of Marvel mystery oil and one Homart pump reconditioning kit.


2050
Two Universal food choppers. #1 and #3.
Tag on #3 states, Thorn Hill Drag Strip, Dec. 14, 1996.












2062
Mantle Lamp Co., # 12, Aladdin lamp
No shade or wick, 14 1/2" tall.




2066
Three Beam Bicentennial liquor bottles featuring
The Saturday Evening Post labels on the front. See photos.

2067
Kessler Limited addition "Spirit of Sports"
ceramic decanter. Approximately 16 1/2 inches tall.



2070
Box lot of miscellaneous clear bottles. All
different shapes and sizes. Some stamped, some not. One bottle marked Thomas A. Edison, Battery Oil.

2071
Collection of miscellaneous bottles.
Color ranges from clear to bluish to green. See photos.

2072
One bottle which looks like dark green, two clear
pint bottles and six brown glass bottles.

2073
Two French - Bros Bauer Co. Milk bottles and two
Hiland Dairy milk bottles. No apparent chips or cracks, just need cleaned.








2081
Two brown Beer bottles. One stamped Springfield
Breweries and one Reymann BRG. Co.


2083
One crock bottle without stopper and one brown
bottle with ceramic stopper. No names or stamping on the face of the bottle. Brown bottle has number on bottom. See photos.






2089
Two clear soda bottles. One stamped WT Wagners
Sins, Cincinnati. This bottle is cracked. The other is marked The Cinti Soda Water & Ginger Ale Co. History is written in a note attached to the back of this bottle.



2092
Two vintage Pepsi-Cola bottles.
One stamped 1975 World Champions.




2096
Wood case stamped The Black Shells.
Measures approximately 15" x 9" x 10".











2107
Vintage beer bottle opener's and other can
openers. Two with stickers on the back dated 1936. See photos.


2109
Hoe for mixing concrete and misc. paddle.
Handle on hoe is approximately 37" long. See photos.


2111
Vintage metal toolbox. Rusted on the inside.
Measures approximately 20 inches long by 11 1/2 tall by 10 1/2 inches deep. See photos.

2112
Gold metal dynamite box.
Measures approximately 18" x 12" x 9". See photos.


2114
Two wooden boxes. One has been painted over
stamped on the inside New Castle, Pennsylvania. The second box is stamped 50 lbs. REX Dynamite.



2117
12" Gatemarked iron pot that is cracked.
7" Metal pan marked 2Qt. Dry.

2118
Press bucket missing the metal container.
Outside needs repaired. The press is approximately 17" tall, not including the mounting stand.



2121
Milk can with lid. No markings. See photos.
Rusted on the outside and a few small pin holes in the bottom.



2124
Wooden keg, 18 inches tall and 10 inches in
diameter. Band is broken at the bottom. See photos.

2125
#4 Brown and tan crock. Has chips on both of the
ears. Slight surface cracks and crazing. See photos.

2126
Santa Clara prune box. Measures approximately 16
inches long by 10 inches wide by 6 inches tall. See photos.

2127
Metal container, no lid.
Measures approximately 16" t x 16 1/2" d x 11 1/2" w. Handles on both ends make this easy to carry. See photos.




2131
Metal box on casters. See photos.
Measures approximately 25 1/2 inches long by 18 inches wide by 11 inches deep.


2133
Aluminum pot, metal divided meal tray, beer
glass, spoon, iron trivet and wood wall hanger.

2134
Tin cup, vintage metal holder for comb and brush,
old wood thread spool, large metal spoon and match book advertising Albert.





2139
Brass gauge, 1/2" tube turn, insert trap,
possible vent cap and lamp bracket w/globe.

2140
3 Small Anvils (1 stamped Hoosier Stove Co.,
Marion, Ind.), Brass cylinder, possibly a candlestick holder and one Hindu Brass Bell.

2141
Vintage pruners, scraper, Heller staple gun,
small monkey wrench, combo wrench, #18 Stanley square, small steel plane and ID tags.


2143
Napping hammer, draw knife, 1 shave, misc.
scoring blades, 3 wood levels, 7", 10 3/4 and 18".

2144
3 sets of calipers, steel clamp, metal funnel,
large spigot, quick loader, liquid extractor and wood clamp/vise.

2145
Wood handle cutters, crispers and roller. Awls,
hay hook, grapple hook and separators.



2148
Old cans and two packs of playing cards.
One pack marked 50 years Delta Air Lines. Two Snuff cans, one Prince Albert, etc. See photos.

2149
8 Red clearance lamp lenses, 1 clearance lamp
unit w/blue lens and 1 amber lens. 1 flush mount signal lamp and 1 vintage turn arrow lamp unit.

2150






2156
1- ECO Engr. Co Hydraulic Control, 1 Receiver,
Nathanael Baldwin, Pat. 1910 & 1915. Manual clippers, Alfco Fire Hose Nozzle and vintage clamp.


2158
Silver plate chafing pot, depression glass shaker
jar, grater, sifter, spice holder, candle holder and pestle.




2162





2167
Crock lids, 10" and 9" in diameter.
Two vintage light covers.


2169
One Guide Series casing stuffer without plunger
and one #2 Griswold meat chopper.


2171
Roi-Tan cigar box, Stanley Plane Box, small
wood box 7" x 7" x 3" and a liquor box measuring 14" x 7" x 4 1/4". Originally played music.








2179
One wood propeller blade.
Approx 10 Ft long This item does not ship.

2180









2189
Carnival glass bowl, grater, stereo toaster/fry
pan and one wood paddle and wire spoon.

2190
Vintage Cuckoo Clock made in Germany.
Only one weight. Small bells.





2195
Mixed lot of Ford Tractor Oil can, can with
insulators, USS Stark hat, wire, etc. See photos.



2198
One liquid receptacle w/ball float, 1 Auger, 1set
of 6 1/2" wheels w/axle and 1 possibly mixer/centrifuge.






2204
6 Pack metal Coca-Cola carrier with 6 vintage
Coke bottles. Some bottles dated November 6, 1923.



2207
8 Glass jars. Mason, Ball and unmarked.
5 Metal lids with glass inserts.










2217
Three Ball jars, 2 blue and one clear with metal
lids. One blue Atlas jar, no lid.







2224
Lightning Arrestors, Brass outlet covers, gate
switches, light bulbs and porcelain fixtures.







2231
Punch, hatchet-puller, T-wrench, Adze head,
corn/tobacco knife, bolt cutter and Z Syrunges.


2233
Assorted snips, level, approximate 2 1/2" bit,
plumb bob, rasp, small pipe wrench and Trimo Monkey wrench.




2237
#3 Griswold and one no name.
#3 Griswold and one no name.











2248
National Washboard Co. #801.
Approximately 24" long x 12 1/2" wide.

2249
Plastic Clover Leaf Dairy lighted clock.
Sign lights, clock did not work.




2253

2254
Vintage tins, wooden rolling pin, king Edward
tobacco box and wooden utensils.

2255

2256
Travel cloth, White Castle 79th Anniversary clear
mug, green glass mug, two 1974 Ky Derby 100th Anniversary glasses, thread and Stick On Soles. One razor strop.




2260
1 Gallon Blue Grass Dairy Co-op Inc. glass milk
jar with handle and glass Crisco jar with lid.

2261
Vintage metal bread box/pie holder.
Measures approximately 20" x 14 1/2" x 12".

2262
Real Kill Sprayer and sprayer minus the
container. Stamped Ashland OUSA.


2264
Two pieces of crock pottery.
Measures approximately 8 1/2 inch and 9 inches.

2265
Two pieces of brown rock pottery with one leg.
Measures approximately 7 inches tall and 9 inches tall.









2274
Herco Imperial 620 Snapshot Camera, unnamed box
camera (won't open), Focus Free 35 mm and Kodak Brownie Movie Camera.

2275
Photo Master 50mm, Jiffy Kodak Camera, 620 film
and Kodak Tele-Instamatic 708 Camera.


2277







2284
Galvanized bucket stamped Feed Purina Right.
Also stamped 1 Gallon Dry Measure. Approximately 7" tall and 8" in diameter.

2285
Tobacco product boxes. Futurity Twist, Days Work,
tobacco plugs and King Edward cigars.



2288
Vintage electric razor and one pair of wire
rimmed glasses. Razor stamped Tark.



2291
Four milk glass decorative collars for oil lamps
and one clear chimney. Collars are 8" in diameter and opening is 3".



2294
Decorative metal plate, 14 1/4" , made in England,
wood decorative item and old ink bottles, Little Boy Bluing liquid and Standard Mason Lids.

2295
Decorative American Flags, talking fish (needs
batteries) did not test. Sony telephone and gag gift "Electric Toilet Tissue". Old plug in headsets.

2296
Brick marked Peebles Block, Portsmouth, OH.
Piece of rail from old coal mine (per tag) and iron star.


2298
Heat gun by Weller, metal tray and contents.
Turnbuckle, brush and misc pieces of metal.

2299
John Chatillion metal scale, car emblem and metal
clip for Union Wire Mattress Co., Chicago, ILL'S.

2300
Small glass Atlas jar with glass lid and bail,
containers green bottle caps. 3" tin bucket and 3 1/2" iron bucket marked The Eureka Family Glue Pot.

2301
Two canteens, one missing cap. Minnow trap and
two metal tackle boxes or tool boxes.






2307
Three brass nozzles. 9, 6 and 4 inches.
One stamped pat. Oct16, 1877 - June 2, 1885.



2310
Two rubber insulators, glass insulators, misc
piece of beveled glass and ceramic disc marked Edison.

2311
Brass scales. Two marked Chatillon's
and one marked Firschner's.

2312
One wood box stamped Cross Country Differential
Compound for Ford Cars. Approximately 12 1/2 w x 11 1/2 t x 11" d. Nor handled case.




2316
#3 Brown and tan crock jug,
measures approximately 16 1/2" tall.

2317
Brown and tan crock jug with cork.
Measures approximately 18 1/2" tall.

2318
Mason and Ball colored jars with metal lids.
One clear jar with wire handle. Clear marbles in one Ball jar.

2319
9 Clear milk bottles from various dairies and one
plastic milk carton from Borden. Paper toppers fir Buttermilk.


2321
Vintage glass water bottles from various vendors.
One Hires bottle, Royal bottle and Hudepohl.



2324
Two Mrs. ButterWorths syrup bottles, one
Horlick's Malted Milk jar and two Clover Blossom Creamed Cottage Cheese jars.


2326
Heavy metal/plastic coated milk crate, two coke
bottles and other glass bottles.


2328
Crock water jug. 10" tall and 7" in diameter.
Has aluminum lid. Was unable to open.



2331
French Bauer milk can with small hole in bottom,
metal bucket and Black Rifle Powder tin container.

2332
Metal boiler
Measures approximately 13" t x 20 1/2" l x 11" d.


2334
Cream can with lid,
stamped Tri State Butter, Cincinnati.


2336
Two wood boxes. One stamped Tag Soap
and one marked Charles F. Baker & Co.


2338
One saddle in poor condition, tack, feedbag,
riding crop, bullwhip p, etc. See photos.


2340
32" Stainless buffet coffee maker.
Missing one tube on one side. See photos.








2348
Seth Thomas vintage mantel clock and Brass
corners for clocks. Clock did not work. Has key.


2350
Seth Thomas Clock. 25" tall.
No face on the clock.


2353
Meister Brau beer calendar
and a plastic No Trespassing sign.


2355
Spuds, Mountain Sheep and Scottie Dog.
Both dogs are chalk and the sheep is plastic.

2352
Wall art in a decorative wood frame.
Approximately 20 1/2" x 18 1/2".




2359
Shears, C clamps, chisels, roller, punches,
sparkplugs, spigot and latches.

2360
Civil War Era Wood telegraph wire insulator cover
Civil War Era Wood telegraph wire insulator cover(possibly Wards) measures approx. 6 1/2" x3". gauges, piece of lead from the National Lead Co., two sirens, one tagged American Bell Telephone Co., Pat. 1913 and one box marked Rooters Club.

2361
Ice Tongs, Cold Chisels, Nips, Napping Hammer,
Offset Adjustable Wrenches, Fird Drivers and Soldering Iron.






2367
Canvas tool pouches, work apron, 7 inch Nuwite
brush and Speedy Stitcher, no needle.

2368
The Champion Knife Improved, Enterprise MFG,
Philadelphia. Torch and mini fire extinguisher.

2369
Vintage penny slot machine. Numbered 21434, Mills
Novelty Co., Chicago. Has key to open back. Works.

2370
Limited Edition Decanter for Mike Wayne
Distilling Co., Masonic Order and #1, #3 and #4 Wild Turkey Decanters




2374
Two jars of marbles. One jar shaped like the
Liberty Bell and dated on the from 1776 - 1976.

2375
Reflector lens, two glass lenses and one plastic.
Caution lens has been glued back together.

2376
Misc box of butter mold, no picture on the bottom.
Metal fork, knives, wood paddle, canning jar lifter tea bag spoon, message/receipt holder, etc.

2377
Glass of old buttons and one Awl.
Glass may be a cottage cheese jar.

2378
Phillip Morris & Co Cigarette tins
Three whistles, one marked Coca-Cola, knife made in Japan, Avon Car Bottle, Baby Ben Clock missing stand, child's shoes, paperweight and vintage beaded purse in poor condition.



2381
Silver on Copper tray #195, tongs, glass vase,
Coppercraft bowl, juicer, milk glass vase, porcelain lid, two glass lids and salt shaker.



2384
Xmas ornaments, toy gun holster heart trinket
box, fossil rocks, pot of Crayola Crayons, golf tees, wood novelty holder, knick-knacks and Optimus Microcassette Recorder. Did not test.

2385
Plastic train car Mark D&W RR, Denver express.
Measures 11 inches long and 5 inches tall.

2386
Metal pick up truck on rubber wheels.
Missing bed sides. 11" x R" 5" tall. Stamped Hurley, Lancaster, PA. #800.

2387
12" Cast Iron skillet lid, Wagner iron skillet
ashtray and Iron Trivet stamped W. H. Howell Co.


2389
Child's guitar, missing parts
Measures approximately 21 1/2 inches long.

2390
Violin, missing parts.
Measures approximately 24 inches long.




2394
Glass jar, glass ashtrays, glass furniture
coasters, metal ashtray and covered container.

2395
King #5 Crock Butter Churn with handles, lid
and churn. Crock Measures approximately 17" tall.

2396
Bull Staff H. A. Moyer, Syracuse, NY.
and a fruit gathering tool.







2403
Two turn on/off valves leading to a metal pan.
Screw opening on the end of the pan. Have absolutely no idea as to the use of this gadget.








2411


2413
Wood handle for push mower, mallet, hedge
trimmers and seeder/spreader. Bag has holes.




2417
Michelob beer inflatable, Kentucky Derby beer
cans, Orange crush cans and numerous other varieties of beer. See photos.









2426
Wiesbaden Post Exchange photo, 36" x 24"
On foam board. Picture same on both sides.

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Neuspickle #4 Lots of GREAT new finds, Tools, Antiques
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Sale Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Tuesday Apr 16
Bidding Ends: Thursday Apr 25
Sale Location

Morning View, KY 41063
Company
This is the 4th auction from the Neuspickle collection. Many rare and unusual items plus antique tools, antique farm implements, Aluminum boat on trailer, 1957 Jeep FC. Come visit with us at the preview! Jeep was was an added consignment.

100
Buggy frame
Not Titled

200
14 ft Alumacraft boat and trailer
We dug this out of the weeds. The trailer tires are dry rotted. There is no title for the trailer or the boat. The stern plugs have been removed and were no where to be found. A good little project boat you could have up and running in no time.

300
Jeep FC-150
WE have applied for duplicate title and expect to receive it before the auction ends. If we have not yet received the title this item will be held until title is received.

1000
Iron kettle with large crack.
Approximately 27" in diameter and 14" high, with ears.

1001

1002

1003

1004

1005

1006

1007

1008

1009

1010

1011
Two Singer treadle sewing machine bases.
One is complete and one is good for parts.

1012

1013
Two metal milk cans.
Top on one stamped Seal Test, Cincinnati.

1014

1015

1016

1017
Two metal wheels and two metal cans.
Wheels are 32" in diameter. Not mates.

1018
Two metal wheels, appear to be mates.
Measures approximately 28" in diameter.

1019
Three metal wheels. Two look like mates.
Mates measure approximately 34" and the 3rd is 28" in diameter.

1020
Three metal wheels. One pair and one odd one.
The pair measures approximately 30" and one 28" in diameter.

1021

1022
One pair of metal wheels
Measures approximately 32" in diameter.

1023

1024

1025

1026

1027

1028

1029

1030

1031

2000
Two old scales.
One marked Columbia Family Scale, 24 lbs. The other stamped made in USA, 25 pound scale.

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005
Two side chairs. One has a cane bottom and the
other one has a fabric covered seat.

2006
Coca-Cola bottling company metal cooler.
Measures approximately 18 inches long by 12 inches tall by 9 inches deep.

2007

2008

2009

2010
Old metal locks. Two with a key.
See photos for markings.

2011

2012

2013
Box lot of miscellaneous vintage metals items.
One metal wheel, one metal tine, one small vise, etc. See photos.

2014
Three pairs of ice tongs
Ranging in length from 10 inches to 14 inches.

2015
Three pairs of ice tongs.
Approximately 11 to 12 inches long.

2016
Box lot of miscellaneous items.
Vintage trivet for an iron, door knob, lid with spout, metal hook and old can with what appears to be a wick.

2017

2018
Child's Tonka bulldozer.
Bulldozer is metal with rubber tracks.

2019
Child's International toy tractor.
Tractor is metal with rubber wheels. Missing the steering wheel. See photos.

2020

2021
To meat choppers. One stamped Climax number 51
and the other stamped American number 10.

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

2028

2029

2030
10 boxes of international Harvester ledger
plates. Quantity is 30 per box. Not sure if part number matches content. Did not count quantities and each box.

2031
Assortment of mowing machine parts, some marks
International Harvester. See photos.

2032

2033

2034
International Harvester tractor parts.
Contents of boxes may not be the part numbers shown on outside of boxes.

2035

2036
Strietmann's Ideal Crackers Family can.
Approximately 7 1/2" tall. Feels-Naptha soap and metal tin for Rawleigh Antiseptic Salve.

2037

2038
Vintage grinder mounted on a piece of wood. Has
plaque stating manufactured by New London, Increase Wilson. Three vintage wood mortars.

2039
Electric butter churn with a glass container.
Stamped Dayton Electric Manufacturing Co. Stands approximately 23" tall. Worked when tested.

2040

2041

2042

2043

2044

2045

2046

2047

2048
Old metal gas can for some type of yard
equipment, two cans of Marvel mystery oil and one Homart pump reconditioning kit.

2049

2050
Two Universal food choppers. #1 and #3.
Tag on #3 states, Thorn Hill Drag Strip, Dec. 14, 1996.

2051

2052

2053

2054

2055

2056

2057

2058

2059

2060

2061

2062
Mantle Lamp Co., # 12, Aladdin lamp
No shade or wick, 14 1/2" tall.

2063

2064

2065

2066
Three Beam Bicentennial liquor bottles featuring
The Saturday Evening Post labels on the front. See photos.

2067
Kessler Limited addition "Spirit of Sports"
ceramic decanter. Approximately 16 1/2 inches tall.

2068

2069

2070
Box lot of miscellaneous clear bottles. All
different shapes and sizes. Some stamped, some not. One bottle marked Thomas A. Edison, Battery Oil.

2071
Collection of miscellaneous bottles.
Color ranges from clear to bluish to green. See photos.

2072
One bottle which looks like dark green, two clear
pint bottles and six brown glass bottles.

2073
Two French - Bros Bauer Co. Milk bottles and two
Hiland Dairy milk bottles. No apparent chips or cracks, just need cleaned.

2074

2075

2076

2077

2078

2079

2080

2081
Two brown Beer bottles. One stamped Springfield
Breweries and one Reymann BRG. Co.

2082

2083
One crock bottle without stopper and one brown
bottle with ceramic stopper. No names or stamping on the face of the bottle. Brown bottle has number on bottom. See photos.

2084

2085

2086

2087

2088

2089
Two clear soda bottles. One stamped WT Wagners
Sins, Cincinnati. This bottle is cracked. The other is marked The Cinti Soda Water & Ginger Ale Co. History is written in a note attached to the back of this bottle.

2090

2091

2092
Two vintage Pepsi-Cola bottles.
One stamped 1975 World Champions.

2093

2094

2095

2096
Wood case stamped The Black Shells.
Measures approximately 15" x 9" x 10".

2097

2098

2099

2100

2101

2102

2103

2104

2105

2106

2107
Vintage beer bottle opener's and other can
openers. Two with stickers on the back dated 1936. See photos.

2108

2109
Hoe for mixing concrete and misc. paddle.
Handle on hoe is approximately 37" long. See photos.

2110

2111
Vintage metal toolbox. Rusted on the inside.
Measures approximately 20 inches long by 11 1/2 tall by 10 1/2 inches deep. See photos.

2112
Gold metal dynamite box.
Measures approximately 18" x 12" x 9". See photos.

2113

2114
Two wooden boxes. One has been painted over
stamped on the inside New Castle, Pennsylvania. The second box is stamped 50 lbs. REX Dynamite.

2115

2116

2117
12" Gatemarked iron pot that is cracked.
7" Metal pan marked 2Qt. Dry.

2118
Press bucket missing the metal container.
Outside needs repaired. The press is approximately 17" tall, not including the mounting stand.

2119

2120

2121
Milk can with lid. No markings. See photos.
Rusted on the outside and a few small pin holes in the bottom.

2122

2123

2124
Wooden keg, 18 inches tall and 10 inches in
diameter. Band is broken at the bottom. See photos.

2125
#4 Brown and tan crock. Has chips on both of the
ears. Slight surface cracks and crazing. See photos.

2126
Santa Clara prune box. Measures approximately 16
inches long by 10 inches wide by 6 inches tall. See photos.

2127
Metal container, no lid.
Measures approximately 16" t x 16 1/2" d x 11 1/2" w. Handles on both ends make this easy to carry. See photos.

2128

2129

2130

2131
Metal box on casters. See photos.
Measures approximately 25 1/2 inches long by 18 inches wide by 11 inches deep.

2132

2133
Aluminum pot, metal divided meal tray, beer
glass, spoon, iron trivet and wood wall hanger.

2134
Tin cup, vintage metal holder for comb and brush,
old wood thread spool, large metal spoon and match book advertising Albert.

2135

2136

2137

2138

2139
Brass gauge, 1/2" tube turn, insert trap,
possible vent cap and lamp bracket w/globe.

2140
3 Small Anvils (1 stamped Hoosier Stove Co.,
Marion, Ind.), Brass cylinder, possibly a candlestick holder and one Hindu Brass Bell.

2141
Vintage pruners, scraper, Heller staple gun,
small monkey wrench, combo wrench, #18 Stanley square, small steel plane and ID tags.

2142

2143
Napping hammer, draw knife, 1 shave, misc.
scoring blades, 3 wood levels, 7", 10 3/4 and 18".

2144
3 sets of calipers, steel clamp, metal funnel,
large spigot, quick loader, liquid extractor and wood clamp/vise.

2145
Wood handle cutters, crispers and roller. Awls,
hay hook, grapple hook and separators.

2146

2147

2148
Old cans and two packs of playing cards.
One pack marked 50 years Delta Air Lines. Two Snuff cans, one Prince Albert, etc. See photos.

2149
8 Red clearance lamp lenses, 1 clearance lamp
unit w/blue lens and 1 amber lens. 1 flush mount signal lamp and 1 vintage turn arrow lamp unit.

2150

2151

2152

2153

2154

2155

2156
1- ECO Engr. Co Hydraulic Control, 1 Receiver,
Nathanael Baldwin, Pat. 1910 & 1915. Manual clippers, Alfco Fire Hose Nozzle and vintage clamp.

2157

2158
Silver plate chafing pot, depression glass shaker
jar, grater, sifter, spice holder, candle holder and pestle.

2159

2160

2161

2162

2163

2164

2165

2166

2167
Crock lids, 10" and 9" in diameter.
Two vintage light covers.

2168

2169
One Guide Series casing stuffer without plunger
and one #2 Griswold meat chopper.

2170

2171
Roi-Tan cigar box, Stanley Plane Box, small
wood box 7" x 7" x 3" and a liquor box measuring 14" x 7" x 4 1/4". Originally played music.

2172

2173

2174

2175

2176

2177

2178

2179
One wood propeller blade.
Approx 10 Ft long This item does not ship.

2180

2181

2182

2183

2184

2185

2186

2187

2188

2189
Carnival glass bowl, grater, stereo toaster/fry
pan and one wood paddle and wire spoon.

2190
Vintage Cuckoo Clock made in Germany.
Only one weight. Small bells.

2191

2192

2193

2194

2195
Mixed lot of Ford Tractor Oil can, can with
insulators, USS Stark hat, wire, etc. See photos.

2196

2197

2198
One liquid receptacle w/ball float, 1 Auger, 1set
of 6 1/2" wheels w/axle and 1 possibly mixer/centrifuge.

2199

2200

2201

2202

2203

2204
6 Pack metal Coca-Cola carrier with 6 vintage
Coke bottles. Some bottles dated November 6, 1923.

2205

2206

2207
8 Glass jars. Mason, Ball and unmarked.
5 Metal lids with glass inserts.

2208

2209

2210

2211

2212

2213

2214

2215

2216

2217
Three Ball jars, 2 blue and one clear with metal
lids. One blue Atlas jar, no lid.

2218

2219

2220

2221

2222

2223

2224
Lightning Arrestors, Brass outlet covers, gate
switches, light bulbs and porcelain fixtures.

2225

2226

2227

2228

2229

2230

2231
Punch, hatchet-puller, T-wrench, Adze head,
corn/tobacco knife, bolt cutter and Z Syrunges.

2232

2233
Assorted snips, level, approximate 2 1/2" bit,
plumb bob, rasp, small pipe wrench and Trimo Monkey wrench.

2234

2235

2236

2237
#3 Griswold and one no name.
#3 Griswold and one no name.

2239

2238

2240

2241

2242

2243

2244

2245

2246

2247

2248
National Washboard Co. #801.
Approximately 24" long x 12 1/2" wide.

2249
Plastic Clover Leaf Dairy lighted clock.
Sign lights, clock did not work.

2250

2251

2252

2253

2254
Vintage tins, wooden rolling pin, king Edward
tobacco box and wooden utensils.

2255

2256
Travel cloth, White Castle 79th Anniversary clear
mug, green glass mug, two 1974 Ky Derby 100th Anniversary glasses, thread and Stick On Soles. One razor strop.

2257

2258

2259

2260
1 Gallon Blue Grass Dairy Co-op Inc. glass milk
jar with handle and glass Crisco jar with lid.

2261
Vintage metal bread box/pie holder.
Measures approximately 20" x 14 1/2" x 12".

2262
Real Kill Sprayer and sprayer minus the
container. Stamped Ashland OUSA.

2263

2264
Two pieces of crock pottery.
Measures approximately 8 1/2 inch and 9 inches.

2265
Two pieces of brown rock pottery with one leg.
Measures approximately 7 inches tall and 9 inches tall.

2266

2267

2268

2269

2270

2271

2272

2273

2274
Herco Imperial 620 Snapshot Camera, unnamed box
camera (won't open), Focus Free 35 mm and Kodak Brownie Movie Camera.

2275
Photo Master 50mm, Jiffy Kodak Camera, 620 film
and Kodak Tele-Instamatic 708 Camera.

2276

2277

2278

2279