Scott Living Estate Antiques, Safe, Furniture, Pottery
Listing ID#: 242591

Sale Location

Dry Ridge, KY 41035
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Tuesday May 7
Bidding Ends: Thursday May 16
Sale Type
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Company Information
Northern Kentucky Auction

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

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Listing Terms and Conditions
PLEASE READ ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS BEFORE BIDDING. BY BIDDING, YOU ARE AGREEING TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS – These Terms and Conditions are general auction terms and conditions. Additional Terms and conditions specific to each individual auction or lot may apply. PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL ONLINE AUCTION SYSTEMS ARE SUBJECT TO VARIOUS INTERNET SPEEDS. YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO USE THE MAX BID FEATURE AND YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO NOT BID "AT THE LAST SECOND". ENTER YOUR BIDS PROMPTLY TO ALLOW THE ONLINE SYSTEM TO PROCESS ALL BIDS IN A TIMELY FASHION. GOOD LUCK! A 10% Buyers Premium applies to all bids and is due and payable in full with the final payment. All assets can/will be charged to your cedit card on file soon after the auction closes unless noted. All credit cards transaction must clear before items can be removed, You will be emailed a invoice when your transaction has cleared. Invoices are required for item removal NO CREDIT CARD FEES WILL BE CHARGED TO THE BUYER. NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED ON ANY ITEM FOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER. All of our auctions feature a soft close. If a bid on any item is received within three minutes of close, that item will automatically extend for three minutes. Each time there is bidding activity within the last three minutes of the item close bidding will continue to extend three minutes until there is no bidding activity within the last three minutes of the current close time. All assets are being sold in "As-Is, Where-Is" condition and with all faults. Neither the Seller nor Auctioneer makes any warranty, express or implied, as to the nature, quality, value or condition of any asset. Auctioneer and Seller expressly disclaim any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular use. No sale shall be invalidated by reason of any defect or inaccuracy in any description or listing, and no liability shall be borne by the Auctioneer with respect to such errors. All information has been obtained from sources generally believed to be reliable, but the accuracy cannot be guaranteed or warranted by the Auctioneer. Bidder acknowledges it is their responsibility to inspect all assets and to make their own inquires. Please verify all quantity counts. In the event of a quantity count difference, the final transaction price will be adjusted on a pro-rata basis only. IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER ON ASSET CONDITION - If you are purchasing any assets without viewing them, you are doing so at your own risk. We will do our best to provide photographs of each asset being sold. At Northern Kentucky Auction, we do not use "stock" photographs or use one photo to represent multiple lots. Our policy is to provide at least one photograph of every lot that you are purchasing. Northern Kentucky Auction LLC Reserves the right to change/alter descriptions as needed to better describe and preserve accuracy. Shipping and Removal - Items may be picked up in person as outlined in the Auction Description. We also provide shipping services as outlined below (not available for all auctions), or you may arrange your own pickup and/or shipping. USPS / UPS / FedEx Shipping is available at our cost plus 10% Handling ($5 Min/$20 Max Handling Fee). There will also be an additional 1% ($1 Minimum) added to cover shipping insurance. We will be happy to assist with arranging freight at buyer's expense for items too large, heavy, dangerous and/or fragile for regular package delivery service. Additional handling and/or material charges will apply. Shipping is calculated and charged separately and after your invoice for items, fees and taxes has been paid in full. Should damage occur during shipping you will need to contact the shipper to make a claim. If you are unable to pick up your items during removal times and by the removal deadline, and do not make arrangements for shipping, a storage fee of $10 per day will be charged starting with the day after the removal deadline. You may avoid storage fees by paying for your items by the payment deadline, and notifying us by the removal deadline that you wish to abandon your items. Abandoned items will be disposed of or resold at our discretion without compensation to the buyer. Non-paying bidders will be banned from our auctions, and we reserve the right to share this information with other auctioneers directly and/or through our auction platform, and that information may be used to prevent you from bidding on their auctions as well. You must be at least 18 years old to bid Third party shippers must present your paid invoice before items will be released. Once items are released by the winning bidder to a third party, such as a shipping or moving company, Northern Kentucky Auction, LLC, assumes no liability. Each winning bidder is responsible for paying 6.0% Kentucky sales tax (unless tax exempt) on their purchase directly to the Auction Company. If a winning bidder is exempt, they must provide a copy of their tax-exempt certificate to Northern Kentucky Auction prior to or at time of payment / checkout. . Additional terms may be announced or modifications may be made as necessary and items may be removed prior to any bids being received at the auctioneer's discretion. These terms are subject to change. Technology Disruptions; Failures by Online Auction Platform Provider and its Affiliates or Contractors. Auctioneer will not be responsible for technology disruptions, errors, or failures (including disruptions to bidding or the failure to execute, recognize, or record online bids), whether caused by (i) loss of connectivity, breakdown, disruption, or failure of the Online Auction Platform, (ii) breakdown, disruption, or failure of a Bidder;s internet connection, computer, or system, or (iii) otherwise, Auctioneer may, but will not be required to, continue, suspend, delay, extend, reschedule, or close the Auction because of disruptions caused by technology failures, even after bidding has commenced, Under no circumstances will Auctioneer be liable for an failure of the Online Auction Platform Provider to perform all or any of its obligations. Or for the failure of any affiliates, employees, agents, representatives, or contractors of the Online Auction Platform Provider to perform their obligations. Bidding Tips: . Maximum Bid: Using the "maximum bid" feature can be a real time and stress saver . Sniping: Due to rounding and the imprecision of minutes left, do not wait until the last minute to bid. Sniping doesn't work with the "soft close" system;. Give yourself a cushion of time to make sure that you don't lose the items. Questions: All questions regarding any auction should be directed to Northern Kentucky Auction LLC.. Any member of our staff would be happy to answer your questions and make this an enjoyable auction experience for you. Northern Kentucky Auction, LLC 5285 Madison Pike Independence, KY 41051 859-525-6777 douggar@gmail.com Auctioneer Douglas A Garner 859-391-2100 Registration: Registration is free but does require several important pieces of information. As with our live auctions, bidders must be registered with a full name, address, and telephone number. An email address is also required so bidders may be sent winning bid notifications and auction invoices. Information from a credit card is to be held on file. This information is obtained to deter defunct bidding. Registration may only be completed with an acknowledgment that the bidder has read and understood all terms and conditions for the sale and online bidding. Each registered bidder will be assigned a bid number which may be used on this auction. Bidding: Online bidding is to be understood as a binding contract. Bids will be taken with the understanding that the bidder will honor their winning bid with sufficient funds including all applicable taxes and fees. Do not bid if you do not intend to pick up or arrange for your items to be shipped.. Notification of winning bids will be sent via email along with an auction invoice within 24 hours of the auction's close. Bidding Increments are used in all of our auctions. Increments reflect the minimum amount of bid increase for the designated dollar values : Up to $19.99 - $1.00 increment Up to $49.99 - $2.00 increment Up to $99.99 - $5.00 increment Up to $499.99 - $10.00 increment Up to $999.99 - $25.00 increment Up to $9,999.99 - $50.00 increment Up to $49,999.99 - $100.00 increment Up to $99.999.99 - $500.00 increment Up to $249,999.99 - $1,000.00 increment Up to $499,999.99 - $5,000.00 increment Up to $999,999.00 - $7,500.00 increment Up to 9,999,999.99 - $10,000 increment Close of Bidding: The bidding will begin to close at the designated date and time. For your convenience, the closing of items will be on a staggered basis of 1 items every XX seconds. (Varies per auction) We suggest using the "Live Catalogue" view. Using this view will eliminate the need to refresh your screen and will always show the next 15 items closing in the auction. The closing of some items may be extended in the event of last minute bidding. See paragraph regarding the Extended Ending feature. Penalties: Any bidding found to be fraudulent and/or negligence to provide proper payment in the allotted time will result in all appropriate legal action. Any invoice not fully and properly paid for in the allotted time will be charged to the credit card account presented at registration and the items forfeited. Delinquencies will be noted and will prevent the individual from participating in any further live or online auctions conducted by Northern Kentucky Auction, LLC. Northern Kentucky Auction, LLC . retains the right to prevent anyone from participating in this and future online auctions who does not abide by the terms and conditions of the auction or whose actions are not in the best interest of our client, the Seller. Northern Kentucky Auction LLC firearms policy. All Federal and Kentucky firearms laws will be complied with. Magazines that are not legal and cannot be converted to legal parts in Kentucky will not be included in the sale for Kentucky residents or others who live where they are not legal and remain the property of the seller. There is no compensation for the removal of the magazine. Bid accordingly. All firearms/Ammo must be picked up in person by the high bidder who is a Kentucky Resident. Any out of state firearm purchases must be shipped to an FFL at the buyers expense. Some firearms and magazines may not be legal in all locations. Not for sale where prohibited. Check local laws and answer all questions before bidding. NO REFUNDS. As a precondition of participating in this auction, buyer agrees to release seller and Northern Kentucky Auction LLC from all liability, whether criminal or civil, arising from the purchase, ownership, possession, use or misuse of this item. All firearms should be inspected by a certified gunsmith prior to loading or firing. Always wear eye and ear protection when shooting firearms. Treat every firearm as if it is loaded. Safety is no accident. Auctioneer's Right to Bid: In accordance with KRS330.220(6)(a), it is hereby disclosed that, with permission from the seller, the auctioneer and any auction staff members reserve the right to bid on their own personal behalf.
Listing Information
Scott Living Estate. After 80 years in the Northern Kentucky area Vernon Scott is downsizing and disposing of his many year collections and household items. 465 Vallandingham Road in Grant County. Come to the Preview on May 11 from 2PM-4PM. Auction starts to close at 8PM on May 16, 2019.


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6
West Bend bread & dough maker.
Working when tested.






12
GE roaster with 3 warmer pans.
Working when tested. This lot does not ship.

13
Ceramic pitcher and bowl.
Appears to be George and Martha Washington, marked 1968. This item/lot does not ship.








21
Dirt Devil Scorpion hand vac,
working when tested.










30
2 ladies coats, East 5th, size 2X, Kashmiracle
long coat, no size but worn by the same lady.

31
Antique wooden cabinet with glass door
and 4 shelves. Approximately 16" x24" x37". This item/lot does not ship.

32
Antique Wall Table
Library style wooden table, has some water damage. Approximately 18"x60"x30".


33
Vintage pressed cane cushioned .chair
This item/lot does not ship.

34
Vintage wooden chair with cushioned seat.
This item/lot does not ship.

35
Pressed board bookcase.
Approximately 14"x30"x72". This item/lot does not ship.








43
Proctor Silex waffle iron, Brita pitcher, Rotato,
coffee pot, pancake skillet. All worked when tested.


45
Mr. Coffee coffee maker, Black and Decker opener,
Toastmaster electric knife, all worked when tested.






51
Rival electric 6-quart ice cream and yogurt
freezer. Working when tested.


53
HP Photosmart A716 photo printer,
8" widescreen digital picture frame.









62
2-Piece bookcase. 1960's-1970's.
Approximately 10 1/2"x48"x68".

63
1925 Ford model T runabout 1:24 scale diecast in
box, 1956 Ford F-100 pickup 1:24 scale diecast in box, missing mirrors. Both are from the Danbury Mint.

64
1957 Chevrolet cameo pickup 1:24 scale diecast in
box, 1957 Dodge stepside D100 pickup 1:24 scale diecast. Chevrolet needs some repairs. Both are from the Danbury Mint. Chevrolet is in a 1953 box.

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66
1940 Ford Pepsi-Cola delivery truck in display
case. 1950 Chevrolet Belair coupe 1:18 scale diecast.






72
6 Pfaltzgraff bowls and 6 Noritake china bowls
made for American airlines with 5 covers and 5- 8 1/4" plates.









81
Gibson china set. Platter, dinner plates,
napkin rings, salad plates, salt and pepper shakers, cups and saucers, bowls. 46 pieces.










91
Vintage Green egg and relish server,
approximately 13" across.




94
Victorola model VV-215 talking machine.
Hand crank player with several records, needles, etc. Working, see video. Beautiful piece.






100
Framed painting by L. Agnew,
approximately 21"x25".


102
Framed Andres Oropinas print,
approximately 21"x24".



105
45+ CDs, different genres, several of George
Jones, 2 game CDs. Contents not verified. In small trunk.



108
10 Coffee cups, 5 Federal glass, 2 Westfield
glass, 2 Royal Victoria china, 1 has a small crack, 1 Staffordshire, cracked.









117
Sunbeam waffle iron, GT Xpress101, Braun hand
mixer, GE hand mixer, Salton chopper. All working when tested.









126
Battery operated Elgin wall clock. Clock is
working, chimes work, pendulum is not moving.


128
Framed painting, framed print, both have moisture
damage, 2 picture frames. Approximately 18"x22"&11"x14", 16"x20".



131
Pollenex deep heat back massager, battery
operated foot massager, both working when tested.


133
2 Collector plates, Hopeful Lutheran churches in
Florence, KY and Madison, VA. Cookbooks, sketches of Northern Kentucky.












145
Rookwood pottery ashtray, 1953.
"Fifty years of service to education"









154
Metal box of View Master reels.
Some form the 1950's.


156
40+ albums, assorted genres.
Sleeve contents not verified.

157
Framed and signed Nicky Boehme,
approximately 25"x31".


159
Assorted magazines, Kentucky Explorer, National
Geographic, Stringtonian from Florence KY High School in the 1940's, cookbooks,





164
Christmas decorations, animated working when
tested, salt and pepper shakers.





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178
Painted glass religious scene.
Approximately 12"x16".

179
Everything on these shelves, must take all! Lots
of nails, screws, staplers, bits, grinder, ear tags for cattle, etc.

180
Homemade table approximately 29"x29"x40" and
boxes and contents, must take all!






186
Assorted painting by family members. Some are
framed, some are on canvas, some on cardboard.

187
Miniature cuckoo clock made in Germany, glass
marked Victor, may be the bottom of an antique ink well.

201
4 Framed Native American prints, Paul Boren,
M. Caroselli, 2 not marked. Approximately 9"x11".













214
Ceramic trinket boxes, 1 is chipped, 2 soap
dishes, sea shell trinket box, elephant with broken tusk.

215
EAPC creamer and sugar, cut glass candy/nut dish,
pressed glass dishes, 6 cordial. 15 pieces.


217
Westclox windup alarm clock, working.
Battery operated Anniversary clock, not tested.






223
Franklin Mint The Mask of Tutankhamun, 2 wooden
candle holders, brass trinket box.



226
Fenton glass angel paperweight, 3 sets of salt
and pepper shakers, ceramic ducks and horse.




230
Antique J. Baum Safe and Lock company, Cincinnati
Ohio floor safe on wheels. Combination on back of lot tag! Very heavy! Bring lots of extra help to load! Approximately 14"x18"x33".


232
Amethyst carnival glass, sawtooth edge, corn
pattern vase, 9 1/2" tall. Beautiful color!





237
Office desk.
Very heavy! bring extra help to load into your vehicle.



240


















317
4 Short stools made in butcher block style
Approx 8"X10" by 9 1/2 Inches tall






323
2 Framed Puzzles
Native American on a Horse and Colonial Lighthouse




327
Homemade storage bench with Storage Shelves
Has Storage Under Bench Cushion. 1 Pillow. Must be removed in a professional workman like manner.






333
Handmade Table Approx 35 x 29 x 30 H
Extra Top Used for Jigsaw Puzzles







340
Box Lot of Picture Frames and Pictures -
Including Six and Madison, Covington, Ky 1912




344
Hand Painted Canvas Approx 27"x 21"
and Wicker Basket Approx 13.5" Tall















359
3 Light Floor Lamp, Working When Tested
and Halogen Floor Lamp Not Working When Tested -May need Bulb

360
Round Kitchen Table Approx 42" with 4 Chairs.
Includes 2 - 11.5" Leaves and Lazy Susan



363
Assorted Plastic Storage Containers (Some
Tupperware) , Dish Drainer and other Kitchen Items






402
Lexmark Z52 printer, Compaq 5340 tower,
HP monitor, Zenith TV and the keyboard, mouse and speakers to the computer. All powered on when tested



405
Vintage record holder stereo stand
Approx 36" long 14" deep 23" tall


407
Sterilite 45 gallon tote on wheels, no lid,
73 quart, no lid, 2 Rubbermaid Roughneck 18 gallon totes, 1 lid, 2 extra lids.











418
Ceramic Indian chief, could be used as a door
stop, heavy. There are some chips, see photos.



421
International silver company goblets, candle
holders, picture frame, tray, silver plate, copper. 12 pieces.

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426
1966 Mattel Francie & Casey vinyl doll case and
contents. Approximately 17"x13"x4".

427


429
Assorted Native American wall hangings, dream
catchers, etc. Glass on framed stamped copper is broken, taped.

430
Disney Winnie the Pooh bowl and plate, ceramic
trivet, wood tray, clock, wall hangings.


















503
Vanity, stool and 5 drawer chest of drawers.
Vanity is 46" wide 18" deep 26" tall without mirror and 63" with mirror. The chest of drawers are 36" wide 20" deep and 44" tall

504
Painting, 30" by 24" on canvas, 27" by 38" frame,
12" by 16" frame, 50" by 14" full body mirror has some damage on bottom corner, 22" by 16" framed painting on canvas and a 20" by 16" painting on canvas

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506
Santo radio cassette CD player
working when tested with 2 speakers


508
Shower glass door, 28" wide 70" tall
31" wide 70" tall glass shower door and 2 40" long rods








516
7 1/2 foot tall Christmas tree
and a 4 1/2 foot tall Christmas tree. Both in box and pre lit





602
Outdoor thermometer on porch post,
must be removed in a professional manner.




606
Plastic patio table with adult chair and child's
chair, cushions, plastic trash can.






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Contact: Doug Garner
Phone: 859-525-6777
Sale Location
465 Vallandingham Road
Dry Ridge, KY 41035
Sale Dates and Times
Sale Terms and Conditions
PLEASE READ ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS BEFORE BIDDING. BY BIDDING, YOU ARE AGREEING TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS – These Terms and Conditions are general auction terms and conditions. Additional Terms and conditions specific to each individual auction or lot may apply. PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL ONLINE AUCTION SYSTEMS ARE SUBJECT TO VARIOUS INTERNET SPEEDS. YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO USE THE MAX BID FEATURE AND YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO NOT BID "AT THE LAST SECOND". ENTER YOUR BIDS PROMPTLY TO ALLOW THE ONLINE SYSTEM TO PROCESS ALL BIDS IN A TIMELY FASHION. GOOD LUCK! A 10% Buyers Premium applies to all bids and is due and payable in full with the final payment. All assets can/will be charged to your cedit card on file soon after the auction closes unless noted. All credit cards transaction must clear before items can be removed, You will be emailed a invoice when your transaction has cleared. Invoices are required for item removal NO CREDIT CARD FEES WILL BE CHARGED TO THE BUYER. NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED ON ANY ITEM FOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER. All of our auctions feature a soft close. If a bid on any item is received within three minutes of close, that item will automatically extend for three minutes. Each time there is bidding activity within the last three minutes of the item close bidding will continue to extend three minutes until there is no bidding activity within the last three minutes of the current close time. All assets are being sold in "As-Is, Where-Is" condition and with all faults. Neither the Seller nor Auctioneer makes any warranty, express or implied, as to the nature, quality, value or condition of any asset. Auctioneer and Seller expressly disclaim any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular use. No sale shall be invalidated by reason of any defect or inaccuracy in any description or listing, and no liability shall be borne by the Auctioneer with respect to such errors. All information has been obtained from sources generally believed to be reliable, but the accuracy cannot be guaranteed or warranted by the Auctioneer. Bidder acknowledges it is their responsibility to inspect all assets and to make their own inquires. Please verify all quantity counts. In the event of a quantity count difference, the final transaction price will be adjusted on a pro-rata basis only. IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER ON ASSET CONDITION - If you are purchasing any assets without viewing them, you are doing so at your own risk. We will do our best to provide photographs of each asset being sold. At Northern Kentucky Auction, we do not use "stock" photographs or use one photo to represent multiple lots. Our policy is to provide at least one photograph of every lot that you are purchasing. Northern Kentucky Auction LLC Reserves the right to change/alter descriptions as needed to better describe and preserve accuracy. Shipping and Removal - Items may be picked up in person as outlined in the Auction Description. We also provide shipping services as outlined below (not available for all auctions), or you may arrange your own pickup and/or shipping. USPS / UPS / FedEx Shipping is available at our cost plus 10% Handling ($5 Min/$20 Max Handling Fee). There will also be an additional 1% ($1 Minimum) added to cover shipping insurance. We will be happy to assist with arranging freight at buyer's expense for items too large, heavy, dangerous and/or fragile for regular package delivery service. Additional handling and/or material charges will apply. Shipping is calculated and charged separately and after your invoice for items, fees and taxes has been paid in full. Should damage occur during shipping you will need to contact the shipper to make a claim. If you are unable to pick up your items during removal times and by the removal deadline, and do not make arrangements for shipping, a storage fee of $10 per day will be charged starting with the day after the removal deadline. You may avoid storage fees by paying for your items by the payment deadline, and notifying us by the removal deadline that you wish to abandon your items. Abandoned items will be disposed of or resold at our discretion without compensation to the buyer. Non-paying bidders will be banned from our auctions, and we reserve the right to share this information with other auctioneers directly and/or through our auction platform, and that information may be used to prevent you from bidding on their auctions as well. You must be at least 18 years old to bid Third party shippers must present your paid invoice before items will be released. Once items are released by the winning bidder to a third party, such as a shipping or moving company, Northern Kentucky Auction, LLC, assumes no liability. Each winning bidder is responsible for paying 6.0% Kentucky sales tax (unless tax exempt) on their purchase directly to the Auction Company. If a winning bidder is exempt, they must provide a copy of their tax-exempt certificate to Northern Kentucky Auction prior to or at time of payment / checkout. . Additional terms may be announced or modifications may be made as necessary and items may be removed prior to any bids being received at the auctioneer's discretion. These terms are subject to change. Technology Disruptions; Failures by Online Auction Platform Provider and its Affiliates or Contractors. Auctioneer will not be responsible for technology disruptions, errors, or failures (including disruptions to bidding or the failure to execute, recognize, or record online bids), whether caused by (i) loss of connectivity, breakdown, disruption, or failure of the Online Auction Platform, (ii) breakdown, disruption, or failure of a Bidder;s internet connection, computer, or system, or (iii) otherwise, Auctioneer may, but will not be required to, continue, suspend, delay, extend, reschedule, or close the Auction because of disruptions caused by technology failures, even after bidding has commenced, Under no circumstances will Auctioneer be liable for an failure of the Online Auction Platform Provider to perform all or any of its obligations. Or for the failure of any affiliates, employees, agents, representatives, or contractors of the Online Auction Platform Provider to perform their obligations. Bidding Tips: . Maximum Bid: Using the "maximum bid" feature can be a real time and stress saver . Sniping: Due to rounding and the imprecision of minutes left, do not wait until the last minute to bid. Sniping doesn't work with the "soft close" system;. Give yourself a cushion of time to make sure that you don't lose the items. Questions: All questions regarding any auction should be directed to Northern Kentucky Auction LLC.. Any member of our staff would be happy to answer your questions and make this an enjoyable auction experience for you. Northern Kentucky Auction, LLC 5285 Madison Pike Independence, KY 41051 859-525-6777 douggar@gmail.com Auctioneer Douglas A Garner 859-391-2100 Registration: Registration is free but does require several important pieces of information. As with our live auctions, bidders must be registered with a full name, address, and telephone number. An email address is also required so bidders may be sent winning bid notifications and auction invoices. Information from a credit card is to be held on file. This information is obtained to deter defunct bidding. Registration may only be completed with an acknowledgment that the bidder has read and understood all terms and conditions for the sale and online bidding. Each registered bidder will be assigned a bid number which may be used on this auction. Bidding: Online bidding is to be understood as a binding contract. Bids will be taken with the understanding that the bidder will honor their winning bid with sufficient funds including all applicable taxes and fees. Do not bid if you do not intend to pick up or arrange for your items to be shipped.. Notification of winning bids will be sent via email along with an auction invoice within 24 hours of the auction's close. Bidding Increments are used in all of our auctions. Increments reflect the minimum amount of bid increase for the designated dollar values : Up to $19.99 - $1.00 increment Up to $49.99 - $2.00 increment Up to $99.99 - $5.00 increment Up to $499.99 - $10.00 increment Up to $999.99 - $25.00 increment Up to $9,999.99 - $50.00 increment Up to $49,999.99 - $100.00 increment Up to $99.999.99 - $500.00 increment Up to $249,999.99 - $1,000.00 increment Up to $499,999.99 - $5,000.00 increment Up to $999,999.00 - $7,500.00 increment Up to 9,999,999.99 - $10,000 increment Close of Bidding: The bidding will begin to close at the designated date and time. For your convenience, the closing of items will be on a staggered basis of 1 items every XX seconds. (Varies per auction) We suggest using the "Live Catalogue" view. Using this view will eliminate the need to refresh your screen and will always show the next 15 items closing in the auction. The closing of some items may be extended in the event of last minute bidding. See paragraph regarding the Extended Ending feature. Penalties: Any bidding found to be fraudulent and/or negligence to provide proper payment in the allotted time will result in all appropriate legal action. Any invoice not fully and properly paid for in the allotted time will be charged to the credit card account presented at registration and the items forfeited. Delinquencies will be noted and will prevent the individual from participating in any further live or online auctions conducted by Northern Kentucky Auction, LLC. Northern Kentucky Auction, LLC . retains the right to prevent anyone from participating in this and future online auctions who does not abide by the terms and conditions of the auction or whose actions are not in the best interest of our client, the Seller. Northern Kentucky Auction LLC firearms policy. All Federal and Kentucky firearms laws will be complied with. Magazines that are not legal and cannot be converted to legal parts in Kentucky will not be included in the sale for Kentucky residents or others who live where they are not legal and remain the property of the seller. There is no compensation for the removal of the magazine. Bid accordingly. All firearms/Ammo must be picked up in person by the high bidder who is a Kentucky Resident. Any out of state firearm purchases must be shipped to an FFL at the buyers expense. Some firearms and magazines may not be legal in all locations. Not for sale where prohibited. Check local laws and answer all questions before bidding. NO REFUNDS. As a precondition of participating in this auction, buyer agrees to release seller and Northern Kentucky Auction LLC from all liability, whether criminal or civil, arising from the purchase, ownership, possession, use or misuse of this item. All firearms should be inspected by a certified gunsmith prior to loading or firing. Always wear eye and ear protection when shooting firearms. Treat every firearm as if it is loaded. Safety is no accident. Auctioneer's Right to Bid: In accordance with KRS330.220(6)(a), it is hereby disclosed that, with permission from the seller, the auctioneer and any auction staff members reserve the right to bid on their own personal behalf.
Listing Details
Scott Living Estate. After 80 years in the Northern Kentucky area Vernon Scott is downsizing and disposing of his many year collections and household items. 465 Vallandingham Road in Grant County. Come to the Preview on May 11 from 2PM-4PM. Auction starts to close at 8PM on May 16, 2019.


3



6
West Bend bread & dough maker.
Working when tested.






12
GE roaster with 3 warmer pans.
Working when tested. This lot does not ship.

13
Ceramic pitcher and bowl.
Appears to be George and Martha Washington, marked 1968. This item/lot does not ship.








21
Dirt Devil Scorpion hand vac,
working when tested.










30
2 ladies coats, East 5th, size 2X, Kashmiracle
long coat, no size but worn by the same lady.

31
Antique wooden cabinet with glass door
and 4 shelves. Approximately 16" x24" x37". This item/lot does not ship.

32
Antique Wall Table
Library style wooden table, has some water damage. Approximately 18"x60"x30".


33
Vintage pressed cane cushioned .chair
This item/lot does not ship.

34
Vintage wooden chair with cushioned seat.
This item/lot does not ship.

35
Pressed board bookcase.
Approximately 14"x30"x72". This item/lot does not ship.








43
Proctor Silex waffle iron, Brita pitcher, Rotato,
coffee pot, pancake skillet. All worked when tested.


45
Mr. Coffee coffee maker, Black and Decker opener,
Toastmaster electric knife, all worked when tested.






51
Rival electric 6-quart ice cream and yogurt
freezer. Working when tested.


53
HP Photosmart A716 photo printer,
8" widescreen digital picture frame.









62
2-Piece bookcase. 1960's-1970's.
Approximately 10 1/2"x48"x68".

63
1925 Ford model T runabout 1:24 scale diecast in
box, 1956 Ford F-100 pickup 1:24 scale diecast in box, missing mirrors. Both are from the Danbury Mint.

64
1957 Chevrolet cameo pickup 1:24 scale diecast in
box, 1957 Dodge stepside D100 pickup 1:24 scale diecast. Chevrolet needs some repairs. Both are from the Danbury Mint. Chevrolet is in a 1953 box.

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1940 Ford Pepsi-Cola delivery truck in display
case. 1950 Chevrolet Belair coupe 1:18 scale diecast.






72
6 Pfaltzgraff bowls and 6 Noritake china bowls
made for American airlines with 5 covers and 5- 8 1/4" plates.









81
Gibson china set. Platter, dinner plates,
napkin rings, salad plates, salt and pepper shakers, cups and saucers, bowls. 46 pieces.










91
Vintage Green egg and relish server,
approximately 13" across.




94
Victorola model VV-215 talking machine.
Hand crank player with several records, needles, etc. Working, see video. Beautiful piece.






100
Framed painting by L. Agnew,
approximately 21"x25".


102
Framed Andres Oropinas print,
approximately 21"x24".



105
45+ CDs, different genres, several of George
Jones, 2 game CDs. Contents not verified. In small trunk.



108
10 Coffee cups, 5 Federal glass, 2 Westfield
glass, 2 Royal Victoria china, 1 has a small crack, 1 Staffordshire, cracked.









117
Sunbeam waffle iron, GT Xpress101, Braun hand
mixer, GE hand mixer, Salton chopper. All working when tested.









126
Battery operated Elgin wall clock. Clock is
working, chimes work, pendulum is not moving.


128
Framed painting, framed print, both have moisture
damage, 2 picture frames. Approximately 18"x22"&11"x14", 16"x20".



131
Pollenex deep heat back massager, battery
operated foot massager, both working when tested.


133
2 Collector plates, Hopeful Lutheran churches in
Florence, KY and Madison, VA. Cookbooks, sketches of Northern Kentucky.












145
Rookwood pottery ashtray, 1953.
"Fifty years of service to education"









154
Metal box of View Master reels.
Some form the 1950's.


156
40+ albums, assorted genres.
Sleeve contents not verified.

157
Framed and signed Nicky Boehme,
approximately 25"x31".


159
Assorted magazines, Kentucky Explorer, National
Geographic, Stringtonian from Florence KY High School in the 1940's, cookbooks,





164
Christmas decorations, animated working when
tested, salt and pepper shakers.





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Painted glass religious scene.
Approximately 12"x16".

179
Everything on these shelves, must take all! Lots
of nails, screws, staplers, bits, grinder, ear tags for cattle, etc.

180
Homemade table approximately 29"x29"x40" and
boxes and contents, must take all!






186
Assorted painting by family members. Some are
framed, some are on canvas, some on cardboard.

187
Miniature cuckoo clock made in Germany, glass
marked Victor, may be the bottom of an antique ink well.

201
4 Framed Native American prints, Paul Boren,
M. Caroselli, 2 not marked. Approximately 9"x11".













214
Ceramic trinket boxes, 1 is chipped, 2 soap
dishes, sea shell trinket box, elephant with broken tusk.

215
EAPC creamer and sugar, cut glass candy/nut dish,
pressed glass dishes, 6 cordial. 15 pieces.


217
Westclox windup alarm clock, working.
Battery operated Anniversary clock, not tested.






223
Franklin Mint The Mask of Tutankhamun, 2 wooden
candle holders, brass trinket box.



226
Fenton glass angel paperweight, 3 sets of salt
and pepper shakers, ceramic ducks and horse.




230
Antique J. Baum Safe and Lock company, Cincinnati
Ohio floor safe on wheels. Combination on back of lot tag! Very heavy! Bring lots of extra help to load! Approximately 14"x18"x33".


232
Amethyst carnival glass, sawtooth edge, corn
pattern vase, 9 1/2" tall. Beautiful color!





237
Office desk.
Very heavy! bring extra help to load into your vehicle.



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4 Short stools made in butcher block style
Approx 8"X10" by 9 1/2 Inches tall






323
2 Framed Puzzles
Native American on a Horse and Colonial Lighthouse




327
Homemade storage bench with Storage Shelves
Has Storage Under Bench Cushion. 1 Pillow. Must be removed in a professional workman like manner.






333
Handmade Table Approx 35 x 29 x 30 H
Extra Top Used for Jigsaw Puzzles







340
Box Lot of Picture Frames and Pictures -
Including Six and Madison, Covington, Ky 1912




344
Hand Painted Canvas Approx 27"x 21"
and Wicker Basket Approx 13.5" Tall















359
3 Light Floor Lamp, Working When Tested
and Halogen Floor Lamp Not Working When Tested -May need Bulb

360
Round Kitchen Table Approx 42" with 4 Chairs.
Includes 2 - 11.5" Leaves and Lazy Susan



363
Assorted Plastic Storage Containers (Some
Tupperware) , Dish Drainer and other Kitchen Items






402
Lexmark Z52 printer, Compaq 5340 tower,
HP monitor, Zenith TV and the keyboard, mouse and speakers to the computer. All powered on when tested



405
Vintage record holder stereo stand
Approx 36" long 14" deep 23" tall


407
Sterilite 45 gallon tote on wheels, no lid,
73 quart, no lid, 2 Rubbermaid Roughneck 18 gallon totes, 1 lid, 2 extra lids.











418
Ceramic Indian chief, could be used as a door
stop, heavy. There are some chips, see photos.



421
International silver company goblets, candle
holders, picture frame, tray, silver plate, copper. 12 pieces.

422




426
1966 Mattel Francie & Casey vinyl doll case and
contents. Approximately 17"x13"x4".

427


429
Assorted Native American wall hangings, dream
catchers, etc. Glass on framed stamped copper is broken, taped.

430
Disney Winnie the Pooh bowl and plate, ceramic
trivet, wood tray, clock, wall hangings.


















503
Vanity, stool and 5 drawer chest of drawers.
Vanity is 46" wide 18" deep 26" tall without mirror and 63" with mirror. The chest of drawers are 36" wide 20" deep and 44" tall

504
Painting, 30" by 24" on canvas, 27" by 38" frame,
12" by 16" frame, 50" by 14" full body mirror has some damage on bottom corner, 22" by 16" framed painting on canvas and a 20" by 16" painting on canvas

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506
Santo radio cassette CD player
working when tested with 2 speakers


508
Shower glass door, 28" wide 70" tall
31" wide 70" tall glass shower door and 2 40" long rods








516
7 1/2 foot tall Christmas tree
and a 4 1/2 foot tall Christmas tree. Both in box and pre lit





602
Outdoor thermometer on porch post,
must be removed in a professional manner.




606
Plastic patio table with adult chair and child's
chair, cushions, plastic trash can.






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Scott Living Estate Antiques, Safe, Furniture, Pottery
 Online Only Auction
Sale Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Tuesday May 7
Bidding Ends: Thursday May 16
Sale Location

Dry Ridge, KY 41035
Company
Scott Living Estate. After 80 years in the Northern Kentucky area Vernon Scott is downsizing and disposing of his many year collections and household items. 465 Vallandingham Road in Grant County. Come to the Preview on May 11 from 2PM-4PM. Auction starts to close at 8PM on May 16, 2019.

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West Bend bread & dough maker.
Working when tested.

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GE roaster with 3 warmer pans.
Working when tested. This lot does not ship.

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Ceramic pitcher and bowl.
Appears to be George and Martha Washington, marked 1968. This item/lot does not ship.

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Dirt Devil Scorpion hand vac,
working when tested.

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2 ladies coats, East 5th, size 2X, Kashmiracle
long coat, no size but worn by the same lady.

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Antique wooden cabinet with glass door
and 4 shelves. Approximately 16" x24" x37". This item/lot does not ship.

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Antique Wall Table
Library style wooden table, has some water damage. Approximately 18"x60"x30".

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Vintage pressed cane cushioned .chair
This item/lot does not ship.

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Vintage wooden chair with cushioned seat.
This item/lot does not ship.

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Pressed board bookcase.
Approximately 14"x30"x72". This item/lot does not ship.

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Proctor Silex waffle iron, Brita pitcher, Rotato,
coffee pot, pancake skillet. All worked when tested.

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Mr. Coffee coffee maker, Black and Decker opener,
Toastmaster electric knife, all worked when tested.

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Rival electric 6-quart ice cream and yogurt
freezer. Working when tested.

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HP Photosmart A716 photo printer,
8" widescreen digital picture frame.

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2-Piece bookcase. 1960's-1970's.
Approximately 10 1/2"x48"x68".

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1925 Ford model T runabout 1:24 scale diecast in
box, 1956 Ford F-100 pickup 1:24 scale diecast in box, missing mirrors. Both are from the Danbury Mint.

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1957 Chevrolet cameo pickup 1:24 scale diecast in
box, 1957 Dodge stepside D100 pickup 1:24 scale diecast. Chevrolet needs some repairs. Both are from the Danbury Mint. Chevrolet is in a 1953 box.

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1940 Ford Pepsi-Cola delivery truck in display
case. 1950 Chevrolet Belair coupe 1:18 scale diecast.

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6 Pfaltzgraff bowls and 6 Noritake china bowls
made for American airlines with 5 covers and 5- 8 1/4" plates.

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Gibson china set. Platter, dinner plates,
napkin rings, salad plates, salt and pepper shakers, cups and saucers, bowls. 46 pieces.

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Vintage Green egg and relish server,
approximately 13" across.

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Victorola model VV-215 talking machine.
Hand crank player with several records, needles, etc. Working, see video. Beautiful piece.

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Framed painting by L. Agnew,
approximately 21"x25".

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Framed Andres Oropinas print,
approximately 21"x24".

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45+ CDs, different genres, several of George
Jones, 2 game CDs. Contents not verified. In small trunk.

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10 Coffee cups, 5 Federal glass, 2 Westfield
glass, 2 Royal Victoria china, 1 has a small crack, 1 Staffordshire, cracked.

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Sunbeam waffle iron, GT Xpress101, Braun hand
mixer, GE hand mixer, Salton chopper. All working when tested.

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Battery operated Elgin wall clock. Clock is
working, chimes work, pendulum is not moving.

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Framed painting, framed print, both have moisture
damage, 2 picture frames. Approximately 18"x22"&11"x14", 16"x20".

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Pollenex deep heat back massager, battery
operated foot massager, both working when tested.

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2 Collector plates, Hopeful Lutheran churches in
Florence, KY and Madison, VA. Cookbooks, sketches of Northern Kentucky.

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Rookwood pottery ashtray, 1953.
"Fifty years of service to education"

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Metal box of View Master reels.
Some form the 1950's.

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40+ albums, assorted genres.
Sleeve contents not verified.

157
Framed and signed Nicky Boehme,
approximately 25"x31".

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Assorted magazines, Kentucky Explorer, National
Geographic, Stringtonian from Florence KY High School in the 1940's, cookbooks,

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Christmas decorations, animated working when
tested, salt and pepper shakers.

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Painted glass religious scene.
Approximately 12"x16".

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Everything on these shelves, must take all! Lots
of nails, screws, staplers, bits, grinder, ear tags for cattle, etc.

180
Homemade table approximately 29"x29"x40" and
boxes and contents, must take all!

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Assorted painting by family members. Some are
framed, some are on canvas, some on cardboard.

187
Miniature cuckoo clock made in Germany, glass
marked Victor, may be the bottom of an antique ink well.

201
4 Framed Native American prints, Paul Boren,
M. Caroselli, 2 not marked. Approximately 9"x11".

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Ceramic trinket boxes, 1 is chipped, 2 soap
dishes, sea shell trinket box, elephant with broken tusk.

215
EAPC creamer and sugar, cut glass candy/nut dish,
pressed glass dishes, 6 cordial. 15 pieces.

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Westclox windup alarm clock, working.
Battery operated Anniversary clock, not tested.

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Franklin Mint The Mask of Tutankhamun, 2 wooden
candle holders, brass trinket box.

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Fenton glass angel paperweight, 3 sets of salt
and pepper shakers, ceramic ducks and horse.

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Antique J. Baum Safe and Lock company, Cincinnati
Ohio floor safe on wheels. Combination on back of lot tag! Very heavy! Bring lots of extra help to load! Approximately 14"x18"x33".

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Amethyst carnival glass, sawtooth edge, corn
pattern vase, 9 1/2" tall. Beautiful color!

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Office desk.
Very heavy! bring extra help to load into your vehicle.

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4 Short stools made in butcher block style
Approx 8"X10" by 9 1/2 Inches tall

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2 Framed Puzzles
Native American on a Horse and Colonial Lighthouse

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Homemade storage bench with Storage Shelves
Has Storage Under Bench Cushion. 1 Pillow. Must be removed in a professional workman like manner.

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Handmade Table Approx 35 x 29 x 30 H
Extra Top Used for Jigsaw Puzzles

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Box Lot of Picture Frames and Pictures -
Including Six and Madison, Covington, Ky 1912

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Hand Painted Canvas Approx 27"x 21"
and Wicker Basket Approx 13.5" Tall

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3 Light Floor Lamp, Working When Tested
and Halogen Floor Lamp Not Working When Tested -May need Bulb

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Round Kitchen Table Approx 42" with 4 Chairs.
Includes 2 - 11.5" Leaves and Lazy Susan

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Assorted Plastic Storage Containers (Some
Tupperware) , Dish Drainer and other Kitchen Items

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Lexmark Z52 printer, Compaq 5340 tower,
HP monitor, Zenith TV and the keyboard, mouse and speakers to the computer. All powered on when tested

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Vintage record holder stereo stand
Approx 36" long 14" deep 23" tall

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Sterilite 45 gallon tote on wheels, no lid,
73 quart, no lid, 2 Rubbermaid Roughneck 18 gallon totes, 1 lid, 2 extra lids.

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Ceramic Indian chief, could be used as a door
stop, heavy. There are some chips, see photos.

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International silver company goblets, candle
holders, picture frame, tray, silver plate, copper. 12 pieces.

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1966 Mattel Francie & Casey vinyl doll case and
contents. Approximately 17"x13"x4".

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429
Assorted Native American wall hangings, dream
catchers, etc. Glass on framed stamped copper is broken, taped.

430
Disney Winnie the Pooh bowl and plate, ceramic
trivet, wood tray, clock, wall hangings.

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Vanity, stool and 5 drawer chest of drawers.
Vanity is 46" wide 18" deep 26" tall without mirror and 63" with mirror. The chest of drawers are 36" wide 20" deep and 44" tall

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Painting, 30" by 24" on canvas, 27" by 38" frame,
12" by 16" frame, 50" by 14" full body mirror has some damage on bottom corner, 22" by 16" framed painting on canvas and a 20" by 16" painting on canvas

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Santo radio cassette CD player
working when tested with 2 speakers

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Shower glass door, 28" wide 70" tall
31" wide 70" tall glass shower door and 2 40" long rods

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7 1/2 foot tall Christmas tree
and a 4 1/2 foot tall Christmas tree. Both in box and pre lit

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Outdoor thermometer on porch post,
must be removed in a professional manner.

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Plastic patio table with adult chair and child's
chair, cushions, plastic trash can.

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