Antiques, Furniture, Pottery, Art Glass, Advertising
Listing ID#: 319533

Sale Location

Alexandria, KY 41001
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Tuesday Jun 2
Bidding Ends: Tuesday Jun 9
Sale Type
 Online Auction  VIEW ONLINE CATALOG
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
Questions: All questions should be directed to Doug Garner, Principal Broker - Auctioneer. CENTURY 21 Garner Properties and Northern Kentucky Auction. 859-525-6777 (office) or 859-391-2100 (Mobile) Doug Garner Broker/Auctioneer CENTURY 21 Garner Properties - Northern Kentucky Auction, LLC 5285 Madison Pike Independence, KY 41051 859-525-6777 (Office) 859-363-4274 (Fax) 859-391-2100 (Mobile) Open for Inspection At the designated time listed on NorthernKentuckyAuction.com or, by appointment. BIDDER TERMS AND CONDITIONS These Bidder Terms and Conditions apply to auctions conducted by Northern Kentucky Auction, LLC, and constitute a legal, valid, binding, and enforceable contract between Auctioneer and each Participant, Bidder, and Buyer. These bidder terms and conditions also form the basis for the contract of sale between the Seller and the Buyer. 1. Auction Conducted Under and In Accordance with These Bidder Terms and Conditions, Additional Terms and Conditions Posted by Auctioneer, and Announcements Made at the Time of the Auction, and Applicable Law. The Auction is conducted under and in accordance with these Bidder Terms and Conditions, any and all other Terms and Conditions posted by Auctioneer (whether at the Auction Site or online), any announcements or corrections made by Auctioneer at the time of the Auction, and applicable law. By participating in the Auction, whether at the auction site, online, telephonically, or through any other means (including Absentee Bid), each Participant agrees to be bound by, and to abide by, all such Bidder Terms and Conditions. 2. Definitions. The following definitions apply to these Bidder Terms and Conditions for each auction conducted by Auctioneer: "Absentee Bid" means a bid submitted to Auctioneer in advance by an Absentee Bidder for the execution during the Auction under terms established by Auctioneer. "Absentee Bidder" means a person or entity that submits an Absentee Bid. An absentee Bidder may or may not be present at the Auction. "Absolute Auction" or "Absolute" applies only if and when expressly indicated and means that property is sold to the highest bidder regardless of the amount of the final bid, with no limiting conditions, restrictions, or reservations. This type of auction is also known as an auction Without Reserve. Provided that a bid is received within a reasonable time after property is put up at Absolute Auction, the property will be sold to the highest bidder regardless of the final bid amount. Property put up at Absolute Auction may be withdrawn by Auctioneer if a bid is not received within a reasonable time. UNLESS SPECIFICALLY AND EXPRESSLY STATED BY AUCTIONEER IN WRITING, NO PROPERTY IS BEING SOLD ABSOLUTE OR WITHOUT RESERVE. "Attendee" means any person who attends the Auction at the Auction Site, whether such person is a Registered Bidder or not. "Auction" means the auction sale at which Auctioneer solicits bids, or is scheduled to solicit bids. "Auction Site" means the physical location of the Auction, or, for an Auction conducted entirely online, the location where Property may be inspected and where a Buyer may pick up Personal Property. "Bidder" means any person or entity that makes a bid at the Auction. "Bidder Number" means the number or other identifier issued by Auctioneer to a Registered Bidder for the purposes of identifying bids to such Registered Bidder. "Bidder Registration" means the information provided by a prospective Bidder, and the process of registering such prospective Bidder to bid at the Auction, including the prospective Bidder's agreement to be bound by these Bidder Terms and Conditions. "Bidder Terms and Conditions" means these Bidder Terms and Conditions. "Broker Participation Fee" means an amount that is paid to a broker who has participated in procuring a Buyer, or has otherwise assisted in facilitating the sale of Property at the Auction, under the terms and conditions and in the amount established by Auctioneer. "Buyer" means the Winning Bidder with respect to each Lot of Personal Property or of each parcel of Real Property, as the case may be. "Buyer's Premium" is an amount with respect to each Lot of Personal Property or with respect to each parcel of Real Property, calculated as a percentage of the Hammer Price, that is payable by the Buyer to Auctioneer for Auctioneer's own account. For offered Subject to Seller's Confirmation, the Buyer's Premium will be calculated on the amount of the High Bid Subject to Confirmation. "Commission" means the amount payable by or on behalf of Seller to Auctioneer for Auctioneer's services, calculated as a percentage of the Hammer Price. "Fall of the Hammer" means the point, after bids have been received, at which Auctioneer declares a Lot of Personal Property or Real Property "sold" to the Bidder acknowledged by Auctioneer as having made the Winning Bid. During an auction that is exclusively online, the Fall of the Hammer may occur electronically at the end of timed (or extended) bidding. In an auction that is Subject to Seller's Confirmation, the Fall of the Hammer will occur on Seller's Confirmation of the High Bid Subject to Confirmation. "Hammer Price" means the high bid amount recognized by Auctioneer with the Fall of the Hammer. "High Bid" means the high bid amount recognized by Auctioneer at the conclusion of bidding on a Lot or on a parcel of Real Property, as the case may be. "High Bid Subject to Confirmation" means the High Bid amount recognized by Auctioneer at the conclusion of bidding on Real Property put up at Auction Subject to Seller's Confirmation. If the High Bid Subject to Confirmation is confirmed by Seller, it will be the Hammer Price. "High Bidder" means the Bidder recognized by Auctioneer as having made the High Bid with respect to a Lot or a parcel of Real Property. "Knocked Down" or "Knock Down" means, with respect to any Property put up at the Auction, that Auctioneer has acknowledged the Winning Bid with the Fall of the Hammer, or by announcing "sold", or by giving a similar such indication. Property may be Knocked Down electronically at the conclusion of a timed online auction event. (Also, "Struck Off" or "Strikes Off"). "Lot" means each individual item or grouping of Personal Property offered at one time by Auctioneer. "No Sale" occurs if Property is put up at the Auction but is not Struck Off or sold, and Auctioneer passes on such Property or declares a No Sale. "Online Auction Platform" means the hardware and software utilized to conduct the Auction online and to facilitate online bidding, including any associated, adjunct, and/or complementary websites, services, premiums and promotions. "Online Auction Platform Provider" means the provider of the Online Auction Platform and related services. "Online Bidding Period" means, with respect to an Auction conducted in whole or in part online, any established period during which online bids may be tendered. "Participant" means any person who attends, or otherwise participates in, the Auction (in person or remotely). The term Participant includes, but is not limited to, Attendees, Registered Bidders, Bidders, and Buyers. "Personal Property" means the tangible and moveable property, and any intangible property (including, without limitation, intellectual property) put up at the Auction. "Private Sale" means an event in which Property is sold by Seller, or on Seller's behalf, other than at the Auction (including a sale at an auction conducted by a person or entity other than Auctioneer). "Private Sale Price" means the fair market purchase price of the Property paid, or agreed to, at a Private Sale in an arms-length transaction between Seller and the purchaser of the Property. If the Property is sold through a Private Sale for less than its fair market value, or in a transaction that is not an arms-length transaction, or is gifted by Seller, the Private Sale Price will be an amount equal to the fair market value of the Property in an arms-length transaction. "Property" means the Real Property and the Personal Property. "Purchase Price" means an amount equal to the Hammer Price or High Bid Subject to Confirmation, as the case may be, plus the Buyer's Premium. "Real Property" means The real property located at ___________________________________ Property identification number (if available): _________________________________________ The separately deeded parcels of real property identified on an attachment to these Bidder Terms and Conditions. "Realty Closing" means the settlement on the sale of the Real Property at which Seller sells, transfers, assigns, and conveys Seller's right, title, and interest in the Real Property to the Buyer, and the Buyer pays the Purchase Price for the Real Property. "Realty Closing Date" means the date on which the Realty Closing occurs. "Realty Deposit" is the good faith deposit made by the Buyer against the Purchase Price for the Real Property. "Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement" means the contract for the purchase and sale of Real Property put up at the Auction executed at the close of bidding by the Winning Bidder, or the Bidder making the High Bid Subject to Confirmation, as the case may be. In an Auction Subject to Seller's Confirmation, Seller will execute the Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement only on Seller's confirmation, approval, and acceptance of the High Bid Subject to Confirmation. "Registered Bidder" means a person or entity that has registered to bid at the Auction. "Registration Deposit" means, if required by Auctioneer, the deposit made by a Registered Bidder in order to register for the Auction. Auctioneer may require that the Registration Deposit be made in certified funds or in such other form as determined by Auctioneer in Auctioneer's discretion. "Reserve" or "With Reserve" means that property put up at auction may be withdrawn by the Auctioneer and/or bids may be rejected by Auctioneer prior to the Fall of the Hammer. UNLESS SPECIFICALLY AND EXPRESSLY STATED OTHERWISE BY AUCTIONEER IN WRITING, ALL PROPERTY IS BEING WITH RESERVE. "Reserve Price" means the minimum price that Seller is willing to accept for specific Property. If Property put up With Reserve is subject to a Reserve Price, such property will not be Struck Off unless the Reserve Price is met or waived. "Seller's Confirmation" means Seller's confirmation, approval, and acceptance of the High Bid Subject to Confirmation acknowledged and recorded by Auctioneer. "Struck Off" or "Strikes Off" means, with respect to any Property put up at the Auction, that Auctioneer has acknowledged the Winning Bid with the Fall of the Hammer, or by announcing "sold", or by giving a similar such indication. Property may be Struck Off electronically at the conclusion of a timed online auction event. (Also, "Knocked Down" or "Knock Down"). "Subject to Seller's Confirmation" means, with respect to any Property expressly identified in this Agreement as being sold Subject to Seller's Confirmation, that after the High Bid Subject to Seller's Confirmation has been received and acknowledged by Auctioneer, Seller may determine, in Seller's sole and absolute discretion, to (i) accept such bid or (ii) reject such bid. "Winning Bid" means the highest bid received and accepted (and if Subject to Seller's Confirmation, confirmed by Seller). "Winning Bidder" means the Bidder who is recognized by Auctioneer as having made the Winning Bid. "Withdrawn", "Withdrawal", or "Withdraw" refers to the circumstance in which the Property is removed or withdrawn from the Auction, or in which it is determined that such Property will not be offered or sold at the Auction. "Without Reserve" means Absolute. 3. Bidder Registration; Bidder Qualification. All persons desiring to bid at the Auction, must register to bid and be issued a Bidder Number. In order to register to bid, each potential Bidder must provide such information (including identifying information and qualifications) as requested by Auctioneer. Each person registering to bid represents to the Auctioneer that such person is at least eighteen (18) years of age and is otherwise legally able to enter into a contract. Auctioneer may refuse to accept a Bidder Registration from any potential Bidder, may refuse to issue a Bidder Number to any potential Bidder, and may revoke any Bidder Registration or Bidder Number. Each person registering to bid, or otherwise participating, at the Auction acknowledges and agrees that such person has read, understands, and agrees to be bound by, these Bidder Terms and Conditions. In Auctioneer's discretion, bids may be received from a person who has not registered to bid, and/or who has not satisfied all requirements for Bidder Registration, and/or who has not been issued a Bidder Number, and, by bidding, such person will be bound by these Bidder Terms and Conditions. Auctioneer may establish such Bidder qualifications as Auctioneer determines, in Auctioneer's discretion, are reasonably necessary or appropriate. Bidder qualification provisions (which may include proof of the availability of funds) are intended for the benefit of Auctioneer and Seller, and create no rights or interests in any other persons, including competing Bidders. Auctioneer and/or Seller may (but will not be required to) waive any Bidder qualifications, either globally or on a case by case basis. 4. Auction Conducted in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Auction is conducted in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. All Property is offered for sale in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and will be Knocked-Down or Struck Off in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Notwithstanding the physical location of any Participant, these Bidder Terms and Conditions are entered into in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, all bids and payments are received in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and all contracts between Seller and Buyer (including the Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement, if any), are formed and entered into in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. 5. Buyer's Premium. All Property offered at the Auction is subject to a Buyer's Premium, which will be paid by the Buyer to Auctioneer for Auctioneer's own account. The Buyer's Premium will be calculated as a percentage of the Hammer Price, and will be added to the Hammer Price to determine the final Purchase Price. The Buyer's Premium for Personal Property will be amount equal to __________ percent (__%) of the Hammer Price for each Lot Struck Off at the Auction.. The Buyer's Premium for Real Property will be amount equal to _____TEN__________ percent (_10____%) of the Hammer Price for each parcel of Real Property Struck Off at the Auction. 6. Access to Auction Site and/or Online Auction Platform. Participants assume all risks associated with their presence at the Auction Site and/or their access to any Online Auction Platform utilized by Auctioneer. Any person may be denied access to the Auction, the Auction Site, and any Online Auction Platform utilized by Auctioneer, and may be removed at Auctioneer's discretion. 7. Nature of the Auction. The Auction for the Real Property will be With Reserve. Prior to the Fall of the Hammer, Auctioneer may Withdraw the Real Property, or any of it, from the Auction. 8. Bidding. Bidders may only bid at the Auction by agreeing to be bound by these Bidder Terms and Conditions. By bidding, each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that such Bidder is subject to, and bound by, these Bidder Terms and Conditions. 9. No Bid Retraction. No Bidder may retract a bid that has been acknowledged by Auctioneer or that has been submitted online. Each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that Auctioneer is acting in reliance on tendered bids in the conduct of the Auction, and that bid retraction is disruptive and interferes with the Auction, and that, as an inducement for Auctioneer to accept such Bidder's Bidder Registration and for such Bidder to bid at the Auction, each Bidder agrees not to withdraw or to attempt to withdraw any tendered bid. 10. Online Auction. The following terms and conditions apply if the Auction is conducted, in whole or in part, online: 10.1. Online Bidding Registration. Anyone desiring to bid online, or to establish the possibility of bidding online, will be required to create an online bidding account by completing all necessary forms and providing required information. 10.2. Bidder Terms and Conditions; Notices and Announcements. The Auction will be conducted in accordance with these Bidder Terms and Conditions and any notices or announcements by Auctioneer and/or posted online or onsite. 10.3. Posted Times. All times are based on the Eastern Standard Time zone unless stated otherwise. Posted closing times and time displays are approximate. Auctioneer reserves the right to close early or extend the Auction at Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion. 10.4. Online Bidding Increments. Auctioneer may establish bid increments, and may modify or change bid increments, in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion. 10.5. Records of Online Activity. Absent clerical errors, Auctioneer's records will be final and conclusive. 10.6. Technology Disruptions. 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. 10.7. Failures by Online Auction Platform Provider and its Affiliates or Contractors. Auctioneer may use an Online Auction Platform Provider to facilitate the Auction. Under no circumstances will Auctioneer be liable for any 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. 10.8. Auto Extend Feature. Any Online Bidding Period may include an auto extend feature. This means that, if an online bid is entered within a set time period approaching the end of the established Online Bidding Period, the Online Bidding Period will automatically be extended for an additional amount of time in increments established by Auctioneer, and will continue to be so extended until there is a set period of time that lapses during which no online bids are received, after which bidding will close. 10.9. Disclaimer. Auctioneer makes no representations or warranties, and disclaims all representations and warranties, (i) that the Online Auction Platform or any related website or technology will be uninterrupted, error free or virus free, (ii) as to the results that may be obtained by using the Online Auction Platform or any related website or technology, or (iii) as to the accuracy, completeness, reliability, security, or current nature of the Online Auction Platform or any related technology. 10.10. Responsibility for Online Bids. Each Registered Bidder is responsible for all bids transmitted from such Registered Bidder's computer or from such Registered Bidder's account for the Online Auction Platform. If a Winning Bid is sent from the computer of a Registered Bidder, or from a Registered Bidder's account for the Online Auction Platform, such Registered Bidder will be the Buyer. 10.11. No Reduction or Retraction of Online Bids. Except in extraordinary circumstances and in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion, online bids may not be reduced or retracted. 10.12. Competing Online and Onsite Bids. In the event of contemporaneously made online and onsite bids, Auctioneer will determine which bid is the successful bid, and may, in Auctioneer's discretion, reopen the bidding. 10.13. Winning Bidders Subject to Certification by Auctioneer. The final determination of the Winning Bidder is subject to certification by Auctioneer; and any email or electronic message (whether generated manually or automatically) is subject to such certification. 11. Absentee Bids; Remote Bidding. In Auctioneer's discretion, Auctioneer may receive Absentee Bids and/or bids tendered by remote Bidders (whether telephonically or otherwise). Absentee Bids may be initiated and advanced in accordance with Auctioneer's policies and procedures. Auctioneer will make reasonable efforts to execute Absentee Bids, but Auctioneer will have no liability to any Absentee Bidder for the failure to execute any Absentee Bids for any reason whatsoever. Each Absentee Bidder acknowledges and agrees that Property may be sold to another Bidder for the maximum amount of the Absentee Bid based on a bidding sequence that causes another Bidder to reach the such amount first. If the execution of an Absentee Bid at its maximum amount would require Auctioneer to accept a bid that is less than a full bidding increment, Auctioneer has the sole and absolute discretion to acknowledge or reject such bid. An Absentee Bidder may authorize Auctioneer to advance the bid by one or more bidding increments after the maximum amount of the Absentee Bid is, or would be, reached. Auctioneer acts as the agent of the Seller only, and the receipt and/or execution of Absentee Bids will not create an agency relationship between Auctioneer and any Absentee Bidder. 12. Bid Increments. Bid increments are established and controlled by Auctioneer, and may be adjusted or modified in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion. Auctioneer may reject or refuse to accept bids that are considered trifling increases over the preceding bid. 13. Registered Bidders Responsible for Bids Placed on Bidder Number. Each Registered Bidder is responsible for the Bidder Number issued to such Registered Bidder. Auctioneer is not responsible for monitoring or policing the use of Bidder Numbers, and each Registered Bidder is responsible for all bids made on the Bidder Number issued to such Registered Bidder even if the Registered Bidder claims that the Bidder Number was lost, stolen, or misappropriated, unless notice of a lost, stolen, or misappropriated Bidder Number was provided to Auctioneer prior to an unauthorized bid being made. Absent a clerical error, Auctioneer's records will be conclusive. 14. Withdrawal of Property by Auctioneer. Unless specific Property is, in express written terms, put up at Absolute Auction, Auctioneer has the right to withdraw any Property from the Auction prior to the Fall of the Hammer. 15. Winning Bid; Buyer. Pursuant to these Bidder Terms and Conditions, the Bidder making the Winning Bid for any Lot or item of Personal Property or each parcel of Real Property, as the case may be, will be the Buyer of such Property. 16. All Property Sold "AS IS", "WHERE IS", and "WITH ALL FAULTS". ALL PROPERTY IS BEING OFFERED AND SOLD IN ITS AS IS/WHERE IS CONDITION AT THE TIME OF THE AUCTION, WITH ALL FAULTS, INCLUDING ANY HIDDEN DEFECTS OF ANY NATURE. NEITHER AUCTIONEER NOR SELLER MAKES ANY REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES, OR GUARANTEES WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE NATURE, VALUE, SOURCE, AUTHENTICITY, FITNESS, MERCHANTABILITY, AND/OR ANY OTHER ASPECT OR CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCH PROPERTY. NO STATEMENT ANYWHERE, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING VERBAL STATEMENTS MADE BY AUCTIONEER, WILL BE DEEMED A WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION BY AUCTIONEER OR SELLER. WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, AUTHENTICITY, ORIGIN, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ALL OF WHICH ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. EACH BIDDER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT SUCH BIDDER CANNOT RELY, AND HAS NOT RELIED, ON ANY REPRESENTATION, WARRANTY, OR GUARANTY MADE BY THE SELLER OR ANYONE ACTING AS AGENT OF THE SELLER, ORALLY OR IN WRITING, ABOUT THE PROPERTY, OR ANY OF IT. BY BIDDING, EACH BIDDER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT SUCH BIDDER HAS HAD A FULL AND FAIR OPPORTUNITY TO INSPECT THE PROPERTY, AND IS RELYING SOLELY ON, OR HAS WAIVED, SUCH BIDDER'S INSPECTION AND INVESTIGATION (i) IN DETERMINING WHETHER TO BID, (ii) IN DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF A BID, AND (iii) IN BIDDING. 17. Announcements. Subject to the limitation set forth in these Bidder Terms and Conditions, all terms and conditions and other announcements made by Auctioneer on the day of the Auction are binding and take precedence over any advertisements or listings. 18. Bidder's Inspection. By bidding, each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that such Bidder has had a full and fair opportunity to inspect the Property, and is relying solely on, or has waived, such Bidder's inspection and investigation (i) in determining whether to bid, (ii) in determining the amount of a bid, and (iii) in bidding. 19. Description of Property. Unless otherwise expressly stated otherwise in writing, any description of Property is based solely on visual impression, and is given solely for identification purposes, and does not create any warranty, expressed or implied, or representation by Auctioneer. 20. Contract of Sale for Personal Property. By operation of these Terms and Conditions and Section 2-328(b) of the Uniform Commercial Code, no additional or further writing will be required to evidence the existence of a contract of sale for any Personal Property Knocked-Down at the Auction regardless of the Purchase Price, and these Bidder Terms and Conditions, together with Auctioneer's clerking sheets or other physical or digital notation identifying the Lot, the Hammer Price, and the Buyer, will be conclusive evidence as to the terms of the sale. These Bidder Terms and Conditions will be incorporated into and made a part of the contract between each Buyer and Seller. 21. Sale of the Real Property. The following terms and conditions apply if Real Property is offered at the Auction: 21.1. Bidder Qualification. Auctioneer may impose qualifications for bidding on the Real Property. Any such qualifications, which may include, without being limited to, proof of the availability of funds, will be posted or otherwise made available by Auctioneer. Bidder qualification provisions (which may include proof of the availability of funds) are intended for the benefit of Auctioneer and Seller, and create no rights or interests in any other persons, including competing Bidders. Auctioneer and/or Seller may (but will not be required to) waive any Bidder qualifications, either globally or on a case by case basis. 21.2. Registration Deposit. In Auctioneer's discretion, Auctioneer may require Bidders to make a registration deposit in order to bid on the Real Property. The registration deposit of the Winning Bidder will be applied against the Purchase Price for the Real Property, and registration deposits made by others will be returned at the conclusion of the Auction. 21.3. Separately Deeded Parcels. If the Real Property consists of two or more separately deeded parcels, Auctioneer may, in Auctioneer's discretion, put the parcels up for bid individually, as an entire group, and by various combinations, and the bids received by each method will be held until it is determined which method yields the highest aggregate Purchase Price. Bidding may be conducted in multiple rounds, and in a round robin fashion, and methods or combinations may be eliminated until the final method or grouping yielding the highest aggregate Purchase Price is determined. 21.4. Breaks and Recesses. Auctioneer may take breaks or recesses during the bidding on the Real Property, and such breaks or recesses will not terminate the bidding unless expressly stated. Auctioneer may suspend bidding on the Real Property without declaring a No Sale of the Real Property. A No Sale of the Real Property will only occur if Auctioneer declares a No Sale in those terms, or if the Auction concludes in its entirety without a Winning Bid or a High Bid Subject to Confirmation. If announced by Auctioneer, the Auction may continue for a stated period of time, during which period Auctioneer may receive bids in person, telephonically, electronically, online, or by other means. 21.5. Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement. The Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement will be executed at the close of bidding by the Winning Bidder, or the Bidder making the High Bid Subject to Confirmation, as the case may be. In auctions Subject to Seller's Confirmation, Seller will execute the Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement on Seller's confirmation and acceptance of the High Bid Subject to Confirmation. The Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement is available for review prior to the Real Property being offered, and is incorporated in and made a part of these Bidder terms and Conditions. 21.6. Realty Deposit. The Winning Bidder, or the Bidder making the High Bid Subject to Confirmation, as the case may be, will make a Realty Deposit on execution of the Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement. The Realty Deposit (which will include any registration deposit made by such Bidder) will be: The amount of ______ Dollars ($____________); or__________ percent (_____%) of the Hammer Price or High Bid Subject to Confirmation. The Realty Deposit may be paid in cash or its equivalent, by certified funds, by credit card (if that service made available by Auctioneer), or by personal or company check. The Realty Deposit will be held by Auctioneer in a non-interest bearing account. If the Realty Deposit is forfeited by the Winning Bidder, it will be applied to the payment of Auctioneer's Commission, Buyer's Premium, costs, and expenses before any distribution to Seller or otherwise. 21.7. No Buyer Contingencies. There will be no Buyer conditions or contingencies to the sale of the Real Property, except Seller's delivery of good and marketable title. 21.8. Realty Closing. The Realty Closing will occur at a mutually agreed time and place within _One hundred eighty___________ (_____) days after the Auction, unless extended with the written consent of Seller and Auctioneer. 21.9. Broker Participation. If a broker, who has registered with Auctioneer, has participated in procuring a Buyer, or has otherwise assisted in facilitating the sale of Real Property at the Auction, such broker may be paid a Broker Participation Fee, in an amount and manner established by Auctioneer. 21.10. Real Estate Transfer Tax. Any real estate transfer taxes will be allocated as follows: Paid by Seller 21.11. Recording Fees. Buyer will pay the fees for recording the deed for the Real Property. 21.12. Settlement Fees and Expenses. Buyer will pay any and all settlement fees and expenses, including, without being limited to, title searches, title insurance charges, and survey costs. 21.13. Apportionment. Taxes and all other periodic realty costs, if any, will be apportioned pro rata as of the date of the Realty Closing. Seller will pay for all days up to and including the date of the Realty Closing, and Purchaser will pay for all days following the date of the Realty Closing. 21.14. Zoning; Land Use. NEITHER AUCTIONEER NOR SELLER MAKES ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES AS TO THE ZONING OF THE REAL PROPERTY OR ANY OTHER LAND USE RESTRICTIONS AFFECTING THE REAL PROPERTY. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH BIDDER TO MAKE SUCH INQUIRIES AND INVESTIGATIONS AS MAY BE NECESSARY TO CONFIRM THE APPLICABLE ZONING AND LAND USE RESTRICTIONS AFFECTING THE REAL PROPERTY. THE PURCHASE OF THE REAL PROPERTY WILL NOT BE CONTINGENT IN ANY WAY ON ZONING OR LAND USE RESTRICTIONS, OR ON WHETHER A BIDDER OR BUYER MAY PUT THE REAL PROPERTY TO ANY DESIRED USE. EACH BIDDER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT SUCH BIDDER IS NOT RELYING ON ANY REPRESENTATIONS BY SELLER OR AUCTIONEER CONCERNING ZONING OR OTHER LAND USE RESTRICTIONS AFFECTING THE REAL PROPERTY. 21.15. Seller's Residential Real Estate Disclosure Statement. If the Real Property is residential real estate, Seller will (unless otherwise exempt) complete a Seller's residential real property disclosure statement. 21.16. Lead-based Paint Disclosure. If the Real Property includes residential improvements constructed prior to 1978, Seller will complete a Lead-based Paint Disclosure Statement. 21.17. Breach. 21.17.1. Seller's Breach. If Seller breaches any of Seller's obligations with respect to the Purchase and Sale of the Real Property, Buyer's sole and exclusive remedy will be return of the Realty Deposit and any other monies actually paid by the Buyer. Under no circumstances will Auctioneer or Seller be liable for incidental or consequential damages, including, without being limited to lost profits or reduced productivity. Specific performance is not available as a remedy to Buyer. 21.17.2. Buyer's Breach. If Buyer breaches any of Buyer's obligations, Buyer will forfeit the Deposit and any other monies actually paid to Seller or Auctioneer, and will pay all of Seller's and Auctioneers costs and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees and costs of litigation). If the Real Property is subsequently offered for sale (at auction or otherwise), Buyer will be responsible for any and all costs and expenses incurred with respect there to, including, without being limited to, advertising and labor. Buyer will also be responsible for any shortfall between the Purchase Price established at the Auction and any subsequent lower purchase price for which the Real Property may be sold. 21.18. Risk of Loss. The risk of loss or damage to the Real Property is assumed by the Seller until Settlement, except for in the event of loss or damage to the Real Property exceeding ten percent (10%) of the Purchase Price, then Seller may elect to either repair the damages, provide credit at Settlement, or terminate the Purchase and Sale Agreement. 21.19. Time is Of the Essence. Time is of the Essence with respect to the purchase and sale of the Real Property. 22. Bidding by or on Behalf of Seller. _ Absolute Auction – No Seller Bidding. Neither Seller nor any one acting on the Seller's behalf may bid, directly or indirectly, on any Property put up at Absolute Auction. X Reserve Auction – No Seller Bidding. Neither Seller nor any one acting on Seller's behalf may bid, directly or indirectly, at the Auction. _Reserve Auction – Possibility of Seller Bidding. Seller, or those acting on Seller's behalf, may bid at the Auction provided that the ability of Seller to bid is announced at the Auction. 23. Conduct of the Auction. Auctioneer will regulate all matters relating to the conduct of the Auction and Auctioneer's decisions will be final and binding. Auctioneer will have control over bidding, and Auctioneer will resolve any and all disputes. Auctioneer may, in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion, reopen the bidding (but will not be required to) if (i) a bid is made while the hammer is falling in acceptance of a prior bid or while bidding is otherwise being terminated, or (ii) promptly after the Fall of the Hammer or other termination of the bidding Auctioneer is made aware of a bid that was unnoticed prior to the Fall of the Hammer or other termination of the bidding, and it is demonstrated to Auctioneer's satisfaction that such bid was, in fact, timely made, or (iii) promptly after the Fall of the Hammer or other termination of the bidding Auctioneer is made aware that Auctioneer and a bid assistant or ringman, or multiple bid assistants or ringmen, have acknowledged bids in the same amount bid from different bidders, or (iv) some other bid dispute arises. Any contract formed with the Fall of the Hammer will be subject to the conditions set forth in this Section. If bidding is reopened pursuant to this Section, the bid recognized by Auctioneer prior to the reopening of the bidding will be held, and may not be retracted, and, if no further bids are received, such bid will be the Winning Bid. 24. Motor Vehicles and Equipment. Any and all motor vehicles and motorized equipment (including, without being limited to, automobiles, trucks, vans, recreational vehicles, motorcycles, motor scooters, tractors, earth moving equipment and other heavy equipment) must be paid in full prior to removal from the Auction Site; and, if any vehicles or equipment are paid for with a check, such vehicles or equipment will not be released unless and until the check clears and the funds have been received by Auctioneer and are not subject to reversal. 25. All Sales Final. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR RETURNS. 26. Sales Tax. All Personal Property is subject sales tax unless an exemption applies. 27. Payment. All Personal Property must be paid for in-full by onsite Buyers on the day of the Auction, at or before the conclusion of the Auction, and before any Property is removed from the Auction Site by or on behalf of the Buyer. Online purchases must be paid for within __________ (___) days after the close of the Auction. Onsite purchases may be paid in cash or approved check, and, if made available by Auctioneer by credit card or debit card. Online purchases must be paid by credit card or approved check; provided, however, that any online purchases in excess of Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500.00) must be paid by wire transfer or certified funds unless other arrangements are made with Auctioneer in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion. 28. Pick-up and Removal; Shipping. Each Buyer is responsible for removal of Lots purchased at the Auction, including shipping to remote Buyers. Pick-up and removal dates and times will be as posted or announced by Auctioneer. Unless otherwise agreed, each Buyer is solely responsible for the disassembly, removal, shipping, and transportation of each Lot purchased by such Buyer. Disassembly and removal must be done in a workmanlike manner, and each Buyer will indemnify and hold harmless both Auctioneer and Seller against any and all damage caused by the acts of the Buyer, or the Buyer's employees, agents, representatives, or independent contractors, in connection with the disassembly or removal of any Personal Property. Any and all damage to the Auction Site, including, without being limited to damage to land or buildings, caused by a Buyer or by an employee, agent, representative, or independent contractor of a Buyer, will be repaired by, or at the expense of, such Buyer to the satisfaction of Auctioneer and Seller. 29. Abandoned Items. Any Lots not paid in full, not picked up and removed in the time provided (but, under any circumstances, within _____ days after the Auction), or for which payment has not cleared (within _____ days after the Auction), will be considered abandoned and may be offered for sale at a later auction or subject to other disposition. Such abandonment does not relieve the Buyer of the Buyer's obligation to make payment in full. Buyers are responsible for the full purchase price of all Lots Struck Off to them. 30. Returned Checks. Any checks that are returned unpaid will be subject to a returned check fee in the amount of $__________. In addition to the foregoing, Auctioneer will be entitled to recover, from the issuer of a returned check, all costs and expenses, including attorneys' fees, for the collection of payment made in the form of a check that has been returned unpaid. 31. No Stop Payment Orders or Credit Card Chargebacks. Each Bidder agrees that such Bidder will not, under any circumstances, (i) issue a stop payment order with respect to any checks issued at or in connection with the Auction, or (ii) initiate a credit card chargeback with respect to any purchases at the Auction. Each Bidder further agrees that if, in violation of these Terms and Conditions, a stop payment order is issued or a credit card chargeback is initiated, these Bidder Terms and Conditions will be conclusive evidence of the Bidder's (i) waiver of any rights to issue a stop payment order or to initiate a credit card chargeback, and (ii) agreement not to issue a stop payment order or to initiate a credit card chargeback; and each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that on Auctioneer's presentation of these Bidder Terms and Conditions to the bank, credit card company, or other financial institution against which a check was drawn or that issued the credit card on which charges were made, such bank, credit card company, or other financial institution will reverse any stop-payment order and/or reverse or deny any credit card chargeback, and will re-credit all amounts to or for the account of Auctioneer. If, in violation of these Bidder Terms and Conditions, a Bidder issues a stop payment order or initiates a credit card chargeback, such Bidder, even if successful, will remain liable for all purchases made at the Auction, and will be responsible for all costs and expenses, including attorneys' fees, incurred by or on behalf of Auctioneer and/or Seller in challenging the stop payment order or credit card chargeback and in collecting payment. Each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that the covenant not to issue a stop payment order or to initiate a credit card chargeback is a condition to the issuance of a Bidder Number to such Bidder, and is being made as an inducement for Auctioneer to accept such Bidder's Bidder Registration, to issue a Bidder Number, and to permit the Bidder to Bid at the Auction. Each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that Auctioneer is relying on the covenant not to issue a stop payment order or to initiate a credit card chargeback in accepting such Bidder's Bidder Registration, in issuing a Bidder Number, and in permitting the Bidder to bid at the Auction. 32. Claims. Unless otherwise provided in writing, after a Lot has been removed from the Auction Site by or on behalf of a Buyer, no claims or returns will be allowed and no claim will be allowed for adjustments or rescission of any sales based on the failure of a Lot to correspond with any standard and/or expectation of the Buyer. 33. Title and Risk of Loss for Personal Property. Subject to a possessory lien in favor of Auctioneer and Seller, title and risk of loss with respect to Personal Property pass to the Buyer with the Fall of the Hammer. 34. Buyer's Remedies; Bidders/Buyers Not Entitled to Incidental or Consequential Damages. To the extent that any Bidder or Buyer may be entitled to damages or remedies, the sole and exclusive remedy available to Bidders and Buyers is a return of the Purchase Price actually paid. Under no circumstances will Auctioneer or the Seller be liable for incidental or consequential damages, including, without being limited to lost profits or reduced productivity. Each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that no Bidder or Buyer is entitled to specific performance or other equitable relief. 35. Seller's Remedies. If any Buyer breached such Buyer's obligations under these Terms and Conditions or under a sale contract with the Seller of Property Struck Off at the Auction, such property may be resold and the breaching buyer will be responsible for any and all damages, including any deficiency or reduction in the Purchase Price, along with incidental damages. 36. Indemnification. Each Bidder agrees to indemnify and hold Auctioneer and Seller harmless from any current or future claim regarding the Auction or the Property, including, without being limited to, fitness, use, damage, safety, or injuries to persons or property. 37. Private Sale. No Participant or Registered Bidder may offer to enter into a Private Sale for the purchase of any of the Property prior to or during the Auction. If any of the Property is not Struck Off at the Auction and Seller enters into an agreement to sell (i) any of the Personal Property within ten (10) days after the Auction, and/or (ii) any of the Real Property within ninety (90) days after the Auction, Auctioneer will be entitled to receive an amount equal to Auctioneer's full Commission and Buyer's Premium. 38. Waiver. Certain provisions of these Bidder Terms and Conditions are for the exclusive benefit of Auctioneer and/or Seller(s). Such provisions, including, without being limited to, Bidder registration and qualification requirements, deposit and payment terms (including the method, form, and timing of payment), removal and delivery terms, and Property inspection terms), do not create, and will not be deemed to create, any benefits or rights in favor of any other persons, including competing Bidders, and may not be enforced by any other persons. Either globally or on a case by case basis Auctioneer and/or Seller may (but will not be required to) waive any provisions of these Bidder Terms and Conditions that are intended for the benefit of Auctioneer and/or Seller. 39. Bid Pooling. Bid pooling occurs when Bidders collude to regulate, and artificially suppress, bidding in an effort to reduce the Hammer Price. Bid pooling is a felony. Anyone participating in bid pooling will be referred for prosecution. 40. Theft. Theft is a serious offense, and, if discovered, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Instances of theft will result in immediate termination of bidding and removal privileges. 41. Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Venue; Waiver of Jury Trial. These Bidder Terms and Conditions will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, including its statutes of limitations, but without regard to its rules governing conflict of laws. All claims, disputes, and other matters between the parties will be brought in the state or federal courts sitting in and for the Kenton County, Kentucky, which courts will have exclusive jurisdiction, and will be the exclusive venue, for any and all such claims, disputes, and other matters. By submitting a Bidder Registration and accepting a Bidder Number each Registered Bidder irrevocably and unconditionally (i) agrees that any claim, suit or cause of action relating to these Bidder Terms and Conditions, or the transactions contemplated hereby, will be brought in the state or federal courts sitting in and for the Kenton County, Kentucky; (ii) consents to the jurisdiction of such courts for any such claim, suit or cause of action; (iii) waives any objection that such party may have to the laying of venue of any such claim, suit or cause of action in such courts; and (iv) waives any objection to the bringing of such claim, suit or cause of action in such courts on the grounds of forum non conveniens. Each Bidder, Buyer, and other Participant waives the right to a jury trial. 42. Attorneys' Fees. If any Participant breaches such Participant's obligations under these Bidder Terms and Conditions, Auctioneer and/or Seller will be entitled to recover all costs and expenses, including attorneys' fees incurred in enforcing their respective rights hereunder. 43. As per KRS the auctioneer or auction staff may bid on their own behalf in this auction.
Listing Information
We have contracted with a 30+ year antique collecter to sell his collections as he has decided to retire and pusue other interests. This will be the first of several auctions from a storage facility in Alexandria, Ky. We really have some nice antique furniture pieces, pottery, vintage advertising pieces and all sorts of collectibles.

100
Wood lectern on detailed footed base,
Has attached light that worked when tested. Measures approximately 38 1/2" tall. Top is 21" w x 18 1/2" deep. Base swivels. See photos.

101
Framed and matted "Rambling Rose print,
Signed and numbered by the artist. Measures approximately 32 1/2" t x 26 1/2" w. 1980 by B. Hampton, number 1053/1500. See photos for signature.

102
Old fashioned wood rocker with rocking foot stool.
Fabric covered, removable and needs cleaned. In good condition. See photos.

103
Primitive wood wall art. Two owls in trees.
Initials and numbers on back of each piece. See photos.

104
Animal skull which is decorated with colored sand.
Approximately 18 or 19 inches long. See photos.

105
Nicely framed and matted wall art.
Measures approximately 18 1/2" t x 15 1/2" w. See photos.

106
Cast Iron advertising piece for Hudson's Soap.
Possible water holder for your dog per the "Drink Puppy Drink" printed on each end. Measures approximately 16" l x 7" d. See photos.

107
Nice 5 drawer marble top dry sink
Has porcelain and brass drawer handles. Drawers are dovetailed. Measures approximately 32 1/2" x 18 1/4" x 30" wide. Some slight wear on drawer tops. Marble top is not permanently attached. See photos.

108
Ornate gold framed mirror.
Ornamental piece at top of frame needs to be repaired. Measures approximately 30 1/2" from top to bottom of mirror. See photos.

109
Mid century ceramic elephant w/high gloss finish
Approximately 15" l x 9 1/2" t. See photos for condition. No chips or cracks.

110
Two piece set of pottery marked Roseville.
Believed to be reproductions. See photos for markings. Oval piece is 11" x 7 1/2" w x 5" t and the small vase is 6" t x 5 1/2" w. Sizes are approximate.

111
Matched pair of candlestick holders
Marked Roseville U.S.A. and numbered. 1159 or 11s9.4n. May be reproductions. See photos.

112
7 1/2" vase marked Roseville, U.S.A., 90-7".
May be a reproduction. Measures approximately 7 1/2" t. See photos.

113
Two contemporary chairs
Made of a heavy type of plastic with chrome legs. Has handle on the back of the chair for easy lifting. These chairs are heavy and appear to be very durable. See photos.

114
Four contemporary leather and chrome chairs.
Leather is black and appears to be in good condition, chrome legs have some rust spots. Chairs measure approximately 18 1/4 inches deep by 22 1/4 inches wide by 32 inches high. See photos.

115
Two decorative glass bedroom lamps.
They measure approximately 13 inches in height and 4 1/2 in. square at the base. Both lamps worked when tested. See photos.

116
Two glass bedroom lamps
One has hanging prisms and missing one prism. One lamp came on one tested and one did not. Lamps measure approximately 15 inches tall with shade and approximately 4 1/2 inches in diameter. Shades are not original to the lamps.

117
One pair of glass bedroom lamps
Has hanging prisms. Both lights worked when tested. The lamps measure approximately 15 inches tall with the shades on and 4 inches square at the bottom.

118
Nice set of glass teardrop prism bedroom lamps
Lamps have different shades and both lamps worked when tested. Riser approximately 4 inches at the bottom and 12 1/2 inches tall with the shade on.

119
Nice detail on a glass candlestick lamp.
Missing one of the hanging prisms. Light came on when tested. See photos for lame details. Measures approximately 4 inches at the base and 13 1/2 inches tall.

120
Nice glass occasional lamp or bedroom lamp
Has a cranberry, etched glass shade. Lamp measures approximately 16 1/2 inches tall and 4 1/2 inches at the base. Lamp came on when tested.

121
One ceramic novelty light, made in China
Looks like a pot belly stove. Light worked when tested. The second item is a metal oil lamp with wick . Missing parts to complete the lamp. The knob states made in USA.

122
Unique black panther lamp & black panther planter.
Both pieces are ceramic with high polish glaze. Lamp worked when tested. See photos for style and measurements.

123
Bar style table with glass top and chrome base.
Table top measures approximately 24 inches in diameter and needs to be secured to the base. Base has rust spots please see photos for condition.

124
Brown metal plant stand w/decorative legs & stem
Measures approximately 28 1/2 inches tall by 12 inches in diameter. Matches lot number 125 and 126.

125
Brown metal plant stand w/decorative legs & stem.
Measures approximately 28 1/2 inches tall by 12 inches in diameter. Has a few paint scrapes on the top edge. Matches lot number 124 and 126.

126
Brown metal plant stand w/decorative legs & stem.
Has a few scrape marks on top edge. Measures approximately 28 1/2 inches tall by 12 inches in diameter. Matches lot number 124 and 125.

127
Nicely framed Western Art print of Buffalo Bill
Measures approximately 25 1/2" x 22". Frame has a few nicks which can be touched up .


129
Lots of detail on this wood, dimensional picture
frame with oil painting of kittens. Heavy duty hardware for hanging on wall. Measures approximately 18 1/2" x 16 1/2".

130
Boogie Board with name Michael Searle printed on
bottom of board. Has slight damage at bottom and top. Would make nice wall art. See photos. Measures approximately 35 1/2" x 19 1/2".

131
American motorcycle Association sign
On a piece of barn siding. Measures approximately 106 1/2 inches by 11 inches. See photos.

132
Beautifully framed piece of artwork.
Subject appears to be Madonna and Child. Slight chip in frame at the top. Measures approximately 23" x 19". Piece looks old.

133
Wood framed, double matted print of hunting dogs
Frame has a few scratches which can be corrected with stain. Frame is very heavy. See photos. Approximately 30" x 24"

134
Two metal flower boxes with liners.
One liner needs to be replaced. Boxes measure approximately 32 inches long by 8 1/2 inches wide by 12 inches tall. Items match Lot 135 and 136. See photos.

135
Decorative metal bench and table for the yard.
Bench measures approximately 26 inches tall by 28 inches deep by 21 inches wide. Table measures 20 1/2 inches in diameter and 141/2" tall. Items match lot 134 and 136. See photos.

136
Decorative metal bench for the yard.
Measures approximately 39 inches wide by 28 inches tall by 22 inches deep. Matches Lot number 134 and 135. See photos.



139
Assortment of DVD movies. See photos for titles.
One case contains three movies in the case for Steven Seagal.


141
Four hardback books and one paper back book.
Titles range from NASCAR Legends, Way Baseball Works, Dream Cars, Cadillac and Monster Garage Monster Nation. See photos for authors.

142
Reference books for the collector.
Books include Nippon Porcelain , Collectible Advertising, third edition, Haviland China, Little Golden Books Collecting and Rocks.

143
Three shelf metal folding plant stand
Has bamboo & flower design. Measures approximately 49 inches tall 520 inches wide by 10 inches deep.

144
Two retro style swivel chairs that raise & lower
Covered and a red metallic vinyl with white trim. Chairs are in good condition.

145
Fabric covered occasional chair.
Fabric needs to be cleaned but in good condition. Measures approximately 36 inches wide by 31 inches deep. See photos. Also matches lot number 146.

146
Fabric covered occasional chair
Measures approximately 36 inches wide by 31 inches deep. Fabric needs to be cleaned. Possible water mark on seat question. Matches slot number 145.

147
One ladder back chair
Has spindle front and woven seat. Slight chip on front lower piece of trim. See photos.


149
Pet Advent Calendar Hide A Treat A Day until
Christmas Display Box. Measures approximately 22" square by 4" deep. Lots of detail on the doors. Missing one rope pull on one door. Magnets hold doors closed. Some magnets missing on a few doors.


151
Child's wicker rocker
Measures approximately 27 inches tall by 18 inches wide. In good condition. See photos for chair design details.

152
Decorative wood and metal trunk.
Measures approximately 30 1/2 inches long by 16 inches tall by 17 inches deep. Lots of detail to the exterior. See photos for overall condition.

153
3 Decorative pillows.
One sequined pillow has a few missing. Two others are like new.

154
One vintage suitcase & one vintage looking case.
Suitcase measures approximately 24" l x 8" h x 13" d. Small case measures approximately 12" l x 5 1/2" h x 7 1/2" d. See photos for condition.

155
Victoria Ashley Original Design by Karen Kennedy
Made exclusively for Goebel. Limited addition number 283/1000. Original to box and packaging with certificate. Measures approximately 23" long. Face, hands and feet are Porcelain.

156
Prima violin and deluxe case with bow.
Made by Violmaster, model P-103, size 1/4. Like new.

157
One Clarinet by Accent, from the Buddy
Roger's Music Shop, Cincinnati, Ohio. Comes with carrying case, cloth and cleaning brush. See photos.

158
Mission style desk
Has a few nicks or chips on the top edges, otherwise in good condition. Measures approximately 48 inches long by 24 inches deep by 30 inches tall. Has three accessory drawers.

159
Nice turquoise fabric covered bench
Has silver button trim and tufted buttons on the seats. Legs are dark wood and color. Bench measures approximately 39 inches long by 18 inches deep by 18 inches tall.

160
Very attractive display piece from a model home.
Item stands approximately 29 1/2 inches tall by 24 inches wide by 7 inches deep. Lightweight material used, made to look like ornate glass on a metal stand. Dish is attached to the stand.

161
3 Ceramic wall hangings stamped Erma Gilliland
Duncan 1909 and 1910. The third one is harder to read. They measure approximately 12" x 10". One has a slight crack.

162
Detailed battery operated ceramic carousel on a
wood base. Ceramic clown figurine also mounted on a wood base. Did not test carousel as it is battery operated. Carousel is approximately 8 inches in diameter grandstands 11 inches tall. Figurine is 12 inches tall and 5 1/2 inches in diameter.

163
Antique tool box Drills For Taps. See photos.
Measures approximately 18 1/2" w x 10" t x 11 1/2" d. Has unique way to get to the bottom drawer.

164
Decorative wood chest with woven tin top
Believed to be made in China or India. See sticker on bottom. Measures approximately 17 inches long by 10 1/2 inches tall by 11 3/4 deep.

165
Steamer type trunk tagged "Concourse."
Has padlock and key. Measures approximately 30" l x 16" w x 12 1/2" d. Trunk is on wheels for easy transport.

166
Driver Fret saw blades and Driver jigsaw blades.
These blades were inside Lot No. 163, the antique driver blade box.

167
Spanish themed candle holders and crosses.
Some are wood and some are metal.

168
Native American pottery.
Two pieces are stamped on the bottom and one piece is unmarked. One Indian bowl is cracked. See all photos.

169
Two brass altar vases
Measures approximately 11 1/4" tall and 4 1/4" at the base. Some spotting on the outside. See photos.

170
Two ornate, porcelain wine bottles
And one half gallon Henry McKenna whiskey jug. Whiskey jug is 9 1/2" tall ant the wine bottles are 11 1/2" tall.

171
Scottie dog cookie jar
Measures approximately 10 inches long and 12 inches high. Paint is scraped in a few places. Can be touched up.


173
Royal Nippon hand painted vase.
Slight chips at bottom back of the vase and crack at the top. Measures approximately 12" tall.

174
Made in the USA brown paint pot with lid
And stoneware pot with lid stamped Chillicothe Ohio. Brown pot measures 6 inches at the top opening and 5 inches tall.

175
Several pieces of pottery.
Some hand painted some with high gloss finish and some flats. Two blue pieces are Daniel Boone pottery. The large Daniel Boone vase has been broken and one high-gloss vase has also been broken. See photos for condition.

176
Ceramic pottery wine jug and 4 wine cups.
Bottom of jug is marked ALFE. Bottoms of the cups are marked as well. See photos.

177
Folk art of two wood bears. Arms & legs jointed.
Right hand on small bear is damaged. Bears measure approximately 10" and 7" in sitting position. See photos.

178
Hand painted decorative vase made in Japan and
stands approximately 11" tall. Two hand painted elephants and one detailed, hand painted rhino. Rhino measures approximately 13" long by 8" h. See photos.

179
Ceramic Pitcher with 7 mugs.
Pitcher is 14" tall and has markings on the bottom. Two of the seven mugs appear to belong to a different set. Photos on each are different types of dogs. See photos for markings and condition.

180
Ceramic pitcher by Burley Winter.
Measures approximately 12" t x 6 1/2" at base. In good condition.


182
1 Set of horse head bookends & 1 set of monkeys.
Horse head book ends are Charlie. Head is broken on one and chips at the back base on both. See photos.

183
1776 - 1976 bookends, approximately 6" tall.
Material appears to some type of marble.



186
Interior decorative items.
Wall art piece measures approximately 10" x 6 3/4". Head figure is possibly a paperweight. See photos.

187
5 Christian Moerlein Beer bottles
And one Gambrinus? Stock Co. Brown Bottle.


189
Man Cave beer bucket, 4 beer glasses
And two packs of paper coasters.

190
Golf themed decanter with 4 on the rocks glasses.
Nice pewter golf emblem on the front of each.

191
Two pieces of Pyrex. One divided vegetable dish
And one 6 1/2" vegetable bowl. Both have lids.

192
Two decorative oriental plant holders.
Approximately 14" diameter by 11" tall.

193
One decorative oriental plant holder,
Made of ceramic and appears to be hand painted. Measures approximately 12" w x 10" t.

194
4 Piece Pyrex bowl set.
Set consists of one 4 qt, 2 1/2 qt, 1 1/2 qt and 1 1/2 pint. The pint bowl is chip on the rim, other pieces are in good condition.

195
3 Piece Golden Wheat Pyrex bowl set.
Small, medium and large.

196
Heavy set of ceramic bowls. Green in color.
No markings. Measures approximately 6 1/2", 8 1/2" and 10 1/2".


198
One ceramic covered dish by Louisville Pottery.
Measures approximately 8" in diameter.

199
Nice vintage Lance Cracker Jar.
Approximately 12" tall with red metal lid.

200
Gordon's glass display jar with lid.
Approximately 10" tall and 7" in diameter.

201
Yorktown pottery piece and one teapot
With strainer by Omnicare.

202
Vintage ceramic urinal with applied handle.
Stamped on the bottom. Measures approximately 9" long. See photos.

203
One ceramic smiley face mug and bowl, believed to
be made by McCoy and one pewter HBO decorative ice cream cup with scoop.

204
One 8 1/2" salmon colored planter by McCoy
And one 8" green and brown planter, believed to be made by McCoy.


206
Four pieces of ByBee pottery. Candlestick holders
And one strawberry jar. Jar is 5 1/2" tall.

207
Hand painted and embossed Chinese Ginger Jar
And two decorative, hand painted oriental dishes. Ginger Jar is 10" high.

208
Sterling Silver condiment holder
With accessories, plus one extra bottle. Hinge is is broken on two of the bottles. Glass jars have an etched vine pattern and have a different pour spout. Tray stands 15 inches tall. See photos.

209

210
Pottery pitcher with iris pattern and signed on
the bottom. One ceramic bowl with wire handle made by John A. Petree from Wilburton, OK. Pitcher is 8 1/2" tall and bowl is 8" in diameter and 4" tall.

211
Lacquerware nesting baskets on woven bamboo bases
With woven bamboo on the lids. Designs appear to be hand painted or formed by applying gold leaf. The largest basket is approximately 12 inches in diameter.

212
One pair of decorative Chinese lanterns.
There is a place for candles inside the lanterns. Measures approximately 6 1/2" in diameter and 10 to 11 inches tall.

213
Wooden mini collectible storage case
Measures approximately 19 1/2 inches tall by 14 inches wide by 2 1/2 inches deep. Missing knobs on front doors has magnetic closure.

214
3.1 Quart pampered chef roaster with lid.
Burgundy in color. Roaster in like new condition.

215
Old Fellows Syrup bottle, one unknown bottle,
And a glass jar with metal screw on lid. Glass jar is approximately 8 1/2" tans and 6" square.

216
Decorative ceramic pottery pieces.
The taller pitcher is numbered piece made in Germany. See photos for signatures/stamps. Pitcher made in Germany is approximately 9 1/2 inches tall.

217
Tulip vase and Chadwick ceramic bookends.
Vase is approximately 7 inches tall. Small chip on top rim, back side of the vase. See photos.

218
Mixed lot of miscellaneous ceramic/porcelain items
Coasters by Currier & Ives, rolling pin, spoon rest's, leaf shaped bowl, juicer top, two mini decorative wall plates and one mini decorative vase. See photos.

219
Four pieces of decorative pottery.
Some pieces have a glazed finish and one has a flat finish. See photos.

220
Vintage ceramic plant holders and one porcelain
Victorian figure which was a lamp base marked Germany 6289. See photos.

221
Two decorative, fawn pottery pieces.
One is a planter, see photos for the stamp and the other one is marked UCAGCO China, made in Japan. Both pieces in good condition.

222
One porcelain lion planter, 12" long and 9" tall.
Stamped on the bottom, LeBow of, Calif. one pair of birds, stamped made in Brazil, 4200.


224
Six champagne glasses and one set of four
Longchamp crystal wine glasses, 1.5 ounces each.

225
One metal 4 shelf display stand painted gold with
4 marble shelves. Stands approximately 6 foot tall, 30 1/4" w and 14" deep. This is a very heavy piece.

226
Decorative bust of a woman w/grape leaf hairpiece
Lightweight material used to make the bust. Stands approximately 18" tall, 10" tall and 9 or 10inches deep. Slight chip on the back. See photos.

227
2-1 Pound Jumbo Peanut Butter jars
With Ball screw on metal lids.

228
Unique piece of Hull Pottery. Small pink pitcher
Has unusual handle. Color is pink with black striations, leaf and flower pattern. Stamp on the bottom is Hall, T1 US copyright 55'. Measures approximately 6 1/4" tall.

229
One Hull and one Hall pottery pieces
Hull is aqua and grey candlestick holder and Hall is small vase.

230
Four opalescent hobnail glass pieces.
One piece appears to have a slight greenish cast and the other three are more white. See photos.

231

232
Three pieces of clay pottery.
One has a shiny finish with applied wine sign, one is a shirt pitcher with lid and the other is a container with three pouring spouts on the lip. Two of the pieces are signed on the bottom. All 3 pieces are like new. See photos for signature.

233
Four glass snack sets
Could possibly be Candlewick. All in good condition. See photos.

234
Wood table with tile top.
Measures approximately 22" tall and 11" square.

235
Mid Century Pottery by Haeger.
Measures approximately 19" tall, 16" wide and 6" deep. In good condition.

236
Decorative gas pump for the man cave.
Measures approximately 19" tall.

237
Unique grouping of sports figurines.
Basketball, baseball and football.

238




242
Decorative wine canister from Dover American
Sherry Wine, Westlake, Ohio. Approximately 14" tall.

243
Two Coca-Cola drinking glasses, two small Coke
bottles and a Coke tin container.


245

246
Decorative wall art and two mirrors.
The large mirror is approximately 17 1/4" in diameter.


248
Cardinal musical Figurine, Bisque Baby, has
chipped toe, Bisque Jan Hagara Collectors Club Charter Member desk sign p, 1987-1988 and two containers, handmade museum copies from Greece. See photos.

249
Wood crafts, Eagle, wild goose, 3 ceramic and
wood wall art and one plastic wall art. See photos.






255
Sharper Image RC 360 Rally Thunder Tumbler Car.
Did not test. Plastic football helmet.

256
Remote controlled car, without the remote
And a Star Wars fighter with R2D2 and C3PO.

257
Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse figures,
Accessories and 3 coffee cups.

258
Collection of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse,
Donald Duck and Goofy plush figures. Mickey Mouse shopping bag.


260
Syrian Trail Blazers hat and case.
Small brass camel. Hat from Harry M. Overs Co., NY.



263
Miscellaneous lot of pressed glass.
Broken handle on large glass basket and chips on ceramic yellow basket.

264
Vintage piece of pottery jar w/lid & ear handles.
Hand painted flowers on the front. Under side of lid has a slight chip. Measures approximately 10" tall.


266
Here's your summer ice tea or lemonade jar
Complete with pour spout. Approximately 16" tall.

267
Three small pottery pitchers.
One has signature on the bottom.

268
Assortment of mini ceramic jugs,
Some with advertising for Henry McKenna KY Straight Bourbon, Dunratty Mead, American Gothic and 1956 Little Brown Jug.

269
4 Kings Island Brown Glass mugs
And one Jimmy Carter Presidential mug.


271
Box lot of ceramic plates and compote.
Eggs dish has been broken and glued back together.

272
Two decorative vases. One is a swirled glass
pattern and the other is ceramic with high gloss finish and 4 handles at the top.

273
Three pieces of ceramic pottery. One pieces has
painted flowers on the front. See photos.

274
12" tall cranberry vase with frosted etching.
Mini cranberry and clear vase.


276
Footed commentary woven basket for Ivory Soap
Approximately 14 1/2" l x 8 1/2" h x 9" deep.

277
Footed pressed glass candy dish with lid in amber
and red. Pressed glass decanter in amber and blue JFK bottle with an iridescent cast. See photos.

278
General Electric Am/FM radio, Came on when tested.
Plastic retro radio, battery operated, not tested and Cookie Monster clock radio, battery operated. Battery holder is broken off and included in lot.


280
Several collector reference books from dolls,
watches, toys, Flea market Trader, antiques and hand built shelters.

281
5 Hardback books with topics such as Picasso,
Landscapes 1890-1912, 19th Century Design, Spain A History in Art, Costumes and Geography and Climate of South Africa.

282
Children's Books. The Dangerous Book for Boys,
Treasury of Literature for Children, Charley Skedaddle and Children's Guide To Knowledge.

283
Two tin containers, one is a Tiger Tin
and the other has Welcome To My Farm.

284
6 Reference books for antiques and collectibles.
4 By Schroeder's, 1 by Warman's and 1 by Kovel's.

285
Two decorative pieces.
One appears to be a copper tray a flower design, measuring almost 16" in diameter and a tin pot approximately 13" in diameter.

286
Two small suitcases. One child's marked going to
Grandma's and the other is black with metal corners. See photos.

287
Lighted Pepsi sign/clock which measures
approximately 18" x 18". Both lights and clock worked when tested.


289
Woman's Roller Skating Case with roller skates
Norwood Roller Club Cars and a pair of Girl Scout Socks. See photos

290
1962 Mattel Original Beanie Boy Randy Doll.
Has pull string for recorded responses. Worked when tested. Approximately 17" tall. See photos.

291


293
15 Pieces of pink depression glass.
Two glasses have a slight chip. One at the top and one at the base. See photos.




297
Three pairs of Walt Disney World Mickey Mouse ears
And one Mickey Mouse string pull toy. Worked when tested.


299
Decorative wall mounted bell with a Coca-Cola
bottle opener. Measures approximately 17 inches long.



302
Enamel ware pot with lid and bail.
Measures approximately 9 1/2 inches in diameter.



305
One metal lunchbox with thermos inside
And one decorative carrying case with strap.


307
NAPA metal truck, AVON glass truck
And tin motorcycle with sidecar.


309
Soul Spectacular 4 CD Collection, new in box and
Old Time Radio shows on Audio casseroles, also new in box.

310
Three tennis rackets, one with a cover.
Two are Spaulding and one by MacGregor.


312
Old theater seats that recline.
Metal sides which can be anchored to the floor. Arms are wood and numbered. Right arm on this set needs to be reattached. Seats and seat back are padded and fabric covered. Measures approximately 43 1/2" w x 33 1/2" t x 17" d. Matches lot #313.

313
Old style theater seats. Seats are padded and
fabric covered. Red metal sides and back. Sides can be anchored to the floor. Seats recline. Arms are wood and are numbered. Matches lot # 312. Measure approximately 44" w x 34 1/2" t x 17" d.


315
5 Matching wood dining chairs.
Fabric covered seats which can be recovered.

316
Two handmade wood accent tables with tile tops.
Measures approximately 30 1/2" t x 12 1/2" d x 18" w. Marble block has been attached to one table top. See photos.

317
12 Drawer oriental cabinet.
Measures approximately 31" t x 16" d x 26 1/2" w.

318
Retro dining table, leaf and 4 chairs.
Covering looks new. Chrome on one chair has been spray painted. Table measures approximately 30" t x 40" w x 30" d. Leaf adds 8" wide.


318
Old wagon wheel with rubber tread.
Measures approximately 44" in diameter.


319
Two stained glass lamps.
Missing shade on church lamp. Lighthouse lamp has power cord for bulb. Lamp measures approximately 9 1/2" tall and the church lamp measures approximately 19" tall. Both worked when tested.

320
Stained glass hanging lamp with globe bulb cover.
Measures approximately 12 inch drop and 19 inches in diameter. Light bulb is loose inside globe. Two decorative pieces between the petals need to repaired. See photos.

321
Lamp with stained glass shade, 24" tall
The metal part at the top of the shade has been dented, keeps shade from hanging level. Should be able to be repaired. Lamp worked when tested.

322
Stained glass night light.
Measures approximately 7" tall and worked when tested.

323
Stained glass lighted church.
Measures approximately 10 inches long by 10 inches high by 6 inches wide. Worked when tested.

324
Stained glass church light on wood base.
Needs to be re-glued to base in some spots. Measures approximately 11 inches long by 12 1/2 tall by 6 1/2 wide. Worked when tested.

325
Red metal bucket with wood lid, made in India.
Measures approximately 10" tall x 14" in diameter.

326
Large copper kettle
Measures approximately 14" in diameter and 10" tall.

327
Swingspout watering can
Measures approximately 14 1/2" to top of spout and 6 1/2" in diameter.

328
3 Copper pots of various sizes.
Sea shell handles on one pot. See photos

329

330
2 metal decorator buckets of various sizes.
Have heavy metal and wood handles. See photos.

331
Bucket which appears to be copper and brass.
Approximately 19 inch tall. There are a few holes at the base. Measures approximately 9 1/2 inches in diameter.

332
Two vintage hat boxes.
One made to look like crocodile leather and the smaller one has an appliqué poodle and embroidered Eiffel Tower and the word Paris on both sides. The Paris hat box is missing the clasp.

333
Two decorative storage metal planters.
Approximately 8 1/2" x 11" and 8" x 8 1/2".

334
8 - 75 watt black light bulbs and one 4 pack of
60 watt soft LED bulbs. One wallpaper water tray.

335
Over the shoulder picnic basket with four plates,
4 Cups and four sets of utensils. Measures approximately 13 inches tall by 13 inches wide by 7 1/2 inches deep and appears to be new.


337
Two sets of scuba fins. One marked Hydro light
And the other US Divers "Blast" and one set of goggles.

338
Neoprene wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins and
carrying case. Not sure as to the size of the wetsuit.

339
Cincinnati Reds Bobbleheads from Pepsi.
Danny Graves, Pete Harnisch, Adam Dunn and Austin Kearny's.

340
Collector Stein from The Games of The XXIVTH
Olympiad Seoul 1988 with numbered tag.

341
1994 Coca-Cola Stein #26255.
Thomas Kinkade "Emerald Isle" Stein, #A4072.

342
Stoneware pitcher with 4 matching mugs.
One souvenir Stein from New York and 1 glass Stein. See photos.

343
Four collector beer Steins.
Two are from Oldenburg 1992 and 1994, one Budweiser dated 1989 and one from West Germany. See photos.

344
Three beer steins. One marked Heidelberg,
Pilsner and Cardinal (marked W. Germany).

345
4 Pieces of Roseville.
Creamer, sugar bowl and two candlestick holders. Slight scratch on edge of creamer. Believed to be reproductions.


347
Beautiful Bird in a cage. Works off batteries and
the bird will chirp and move. Donkey ceramic pitcher from Pier I and a ceramic and wood stand bowl from FTD.

348
3 Boxes of KISS Alive Collector Cards.
7 Cards per pack and each box contains 36 packs. Never opened.

349
Two Tall Stacks styrofoam hats and one pair of
ladies Victorian era lace up shoes in brown leather.

350
Cotton batting, boys suit from the 1920s her the
notes, old pillow case and basket liner inserts. One vintage pair of pantaloons, old doll clothes and quilt top good for salvaging pieces.

351
KD 610-4645 Triangle Flare Kit from the KD Lamp
Co., Cincinnati, OH. Setup instructions on the inside cover.

352
Heavy metal advertising sign for Pan-AM Motor Oils
Measures approximately 30" in diameter.

353
Vintage Baby bassinet on large 4 wheel frame.
Needs to be fully attached. Lined with pink quilted material. Measures approximately 37" L x 27" T by 21"D.

354
Definitely for the man cave or the hunting lodge.
Antler lamp is approximately 27" tall and worked when tested. Matches lot #355.

355
Three piece candle set made out of deer antlers.
Matches lot #354. Candle holder on one set needs reattached.

356
Mattel Sew Magic Easy Sew Sewing Machine
With instructions. Small clear plastic case with contents.


358
Trump 2020 Keep America Great 2 piece
Commemerative Knife Set. See photos.

359
Metal toolbox, 26 inches long with one tray,
Large flashlight needs battery, new heavy duty pop rivet tool and number 75 plane, 7 inches in length. See photos


361
Roto Salt Feeder mounted on decorative wood.
Measures approximately 16 1/2" tall.

362
Acorn Wares UHL Pottery Co., Huntingburg, IN
Measures approximately 9 1/2" T x 7 1/2"in diameter.

363
Kobe Bryant print of a picture.
Measures approximately 20" x 17" with mat.


365

366
Elvis and Marilyn prints with mat.
Measures approximately 20" x 16".

367
Honeywell Humidifier, 4 can portable cooler which
looks like a refrigerator and 24 piece set of glasses. 12 rocks and 12 cooler glasses. The humidifier and the cooler came on when tested.


369
Two military shirts with insignia's.
One marked large and one marked 16 1/2 x 32.

370
Military Uniform. Size is 42R.
One patch has been removed from the left arm.

371
Very heavy collegiate or school double breasted
coat. Silver buttons with "P" and insignia patch of a knight on a horse. Leather trim around cuffs and inset pockets.



374
Ladies Harley Davidson boots, size 8 1/2
One pair of boot cut jeans, Miss Me size 27.


376
Ladies shoes from slippers to boots.
Two pairs of insoles. Shoe sizes ranging from 6 to 10.




380
Men's dress shirt, size XL, ties, western belt,
Change holder and comic character hats.

381
Vintage child's wicker rocker and doll chair.
Rocker has been glued in a few spots. See photos for condition.

382
Red Wing Stoneware #3 jug with handle.
Approximately 14 inches tall and 10 inches in diameter.

383
North Star #2 crock jug with handle.
Approximately 14" tall and 9" in diameter.



386
4 Ceramic pottery pots.
The two matching pots are stamped McCoy, 1488.

387
4 Planter pots and one small stand.
Glass pot is in a copper holder, small gold McCoy, small white Hull and yellow urn style.


389

390
Girl Scouts Memorabilia.
Patches, pins and ribbon. Measures approximately 13 1/2" x 17".



393
Framed Baseball Players from years gone by.
Centerpiece is Babe Ruth. Deluxe frame measures approximately 25' x 25".

394
King #5 crock jug with cork stopper.
Approximately 19 1/2" x 12".


396
Unusual decorative accent table.
Approximately 24" t x 12' across.

397
Retro style chair,
Chrome & red leather like material.


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All Property is offered for sale in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and will be Knocked-Down or Struck Off in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Notwithstanding the physical location of any Participant, these Bidder Terms and Conditions are entered into in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, all bids and payments are received in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and all contracts between Seller and Buyer (including the Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement, if any), are formed and entered into in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. 5. Buyer's Premium. All Property offered at the Auction is subject to a Buyer's Premium, which will be paid by the Buyer to Auctioneer for Auctioneer's own account. The Buyer's Premium will be calculated as a percentage of the Hammer Price, and will be added to the Hammer Price to determine the final Purchase Price. The Buyer's Premium for Personal Property will be amount equal to __________ percent (__%) of the Hammer Price for each Lot Struck Off at the Auction.. The Buyer's Premium for Real Property will be amount equal to _____TEN__________ percent (_10____%) of the Hammer Price for each parcel of Real Property Struck Off at the Auction. 6. Access to Auction Site and/or Online Auction Platform. Participants assume all risks associated with their presence at the Auction Site and/or their access to any Online Auction Platform utilized by Auctioneer. Any person may be denied access to the Auction, the Auction Site, and any Online Auction Platform utilized by Auctioneer, and may be removed at Auctioneer's discretion. 7. Nature of the Auction. The Auction for the Real Property will be With Reserve. Prior to the Fall of the Hammer, Auctioneer may Withdraw the Real Property, or any of it, from the Auction. 8. Bidding. Bidders may only bid at the Auction by agreeing to be bound by these Bidder Terms and Conditions. By bidding, each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that such Bidder is subject to, and bound by, these Bidder Terms and Conditions. 9. No Bid Retraction. No Bidder may retract a bid that has been acknowledged by Auctioneer or that has been submitted online. Each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that Auctioneer is acting in reliance on tendered bids in the conduct of the Auction, and that bid retraction is disruptive and interferes with the Auction, and that, as an inducement for Auctioneer to accept such Bidder's Bidder Registration and for such Bidder to bid at the Auction, each Bidder agrees not to withdraw or to attempt to withdraw any tendered bid. 10. Online Auction. The following terms and conditions apply if the Auction is conducted, in whole or in part, online: 10.1. Online Bidding Registration. Anyone desiring to bid online, or to establish the possibility of bidding online, will be required to create an online bidding account by completing all necessary forms and providing required information. 10.2. Bidder Terms and Conditions; Notices and Announcements. The Auction will be conducted in accordance with these Bidder Terms and Conditions and any notices or announcements by Auctioneer and/or posted online or onsite. 10.3. Posted Times. All times are based on the Eastern Standard Time zone unless stated otherwise. Posted closing times and time displays are approximate. Auctioneer reserves the right to close early or extend the Auction at Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion. 10.4. Online Bidding Increments. Auctioneer may establish bid increments, and may modify or change bid increments, in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion. 10.5. Records of Online Activity. Absent clerical errors, Auctioneer's records will be final and conclusive. 10.6. Technology Disruptions. 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. 10.7. Failures by Online Auction Platform Provider and its Affiliates or Contractors. Auctioneer may use an Online Auction Platform Provider to facilitate the Auction. Under no circumstances will Auctioneer be liable for any 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. 10.8. Auto Extend Feature. Any Online Bidding Period may include an auto extend feature. This means that, if an online bid is entered within a set time period approaching the end of the established Online Bidding Period, the Online Bidding Period will automatically be extended for an additional amount of time in increments established by Auctioneer, and will continue to be so extended until there is a set period of time that lapses during which no online bids are received, after which bidding will close. 10.9. Disclaimer. Auctioneer makes no representations or warranties, and disclaims all representations and warranties, (i) that the Online Auction Platform or any related website or technology will be uninterrupted, error free or virus free, (ii) as to the results that may be obtained by using the Online Auction Platform or any related website or technology, or (iii) as to the accuracy, completeness, reliability, security, or current nature of the Online Auction Platform or any related technology. 10.10. Responsibility for Online Bids. Each Registered Bidder is responsible for all bids transmitted from such Registered Bidder's computer or from such Registered Bidder's account for the Online Auction Platform. If a Winning Bid is sent from the computer of a Registered Bidder, or from a Registered Bidder's account for the Online Auction Platform, such Registered Bidder will be the Buyer. 10.11. No Reduction or Retraction of Online Bids. Except in extraordinary circumstances and in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion, online bids may not be reduced or retracted. 10.12. Competing Online and Onsite Bids. In the event of contemporaneously made online and onsite bids, Auctioneer will determine which bid is the successful bid, and may, in Auctioneer's discretion, reopen the bidding. 10.13. Winning Bidders Subject to Certification by Auctioneer. The final determination of the Winning Bidder is subject to certification by Auctioneer; and any email or electronic message (whether generated manually or automatically) is subject to such certification. 11. Absentee Bids; Remote Bidding. In Auctioneer's discretion, Auctioneer may receive Absentee Bids and/or bids tendered by remote Bidders (whether telephonically or otherwise). Absentee Bids may be initiated and advanced in accordance with Auctioneer's policies and procedures. Auctioneer will make reasonable efforts to execute Absentee Bids, but Auctioneer will have no liability to any Absentee Bidder for the failure to execute any Absentee Bids for any reason whatsoever. Each Absentee Bidder acknowledges and agrees that Property may be sold to another Bidder for the maximum amount of the Absentee Bid based on a bidding sequence that causes another Bidder to reach the such amount first. If the execution of an Absentee Bid at its maximum amount would require Auctioneer to accept a bid that is less than a full bidding increment, Auctioneer has the sole and absolute discretion to acknowledge or reject such bid. An Absentee Bidder may authorize Auctioneer to advance the bid by one or more bidding increments after the maximum amount of the Absentee Bid is, or would be, reached. Auctioneer acts as the agent of the Seller only, and the receipt and/or execution of Absentee Bids will not create an agency relationship between Auctioneer and any Absentee Bidder. 12. Bid Increments. Bid increments are established and controlled by Auctioneer, and may be adjusted or modified in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion. Auctioneer may reject or refuse to accept bids that are considered trifling increases over the preceding bid. 13. Registered Bidders Responsible for Bids Placed on Bidder Number. Each Registered Bidder is responsible for the Bidder Number issued to such Registered Bidder. Auctioneer is not responsible for monitoring or policing the use of Bidder Numbers, and each Registered Bidder is responsible for all bids made on the Bidder Number issued to such Registered Bidder even if the Registered Bidder claims that the Bidder Number was lost, stolen, or misappropriated, unless notice of a lost, stolen, or misappropriated Bidder Number was provided to Auctioneer prior to an unauthorized bid being made. Absent a clerical error, Auctioneer's records will be conclusive. 14. Withdrawal of Property by Auctioneer. Unless specific Property is, in express written terms, put up at Absolute Auction, Auctioneer has the right to withdraw any Property from the Auction prior to the Fall of the Hammer. 15. Winning Bid; Buyer. Pursuant to these Bidder Terms and Conditions, the Bidder making the Winning Bid for any Lot or item of Personal Property or each parcel of Real Property, as the case may be, will be the Buyer of such Property. 16. All Property Sold "AS IS", "WHERE IS", and "WITH ALL FAULTS". ALL PROPERTY IS BEING OFFERED AND SOLD IN ITS AS IS/WHERE IS CONDITION AT THE TIME OF THE AUCTION, WITH ALL FAULTS, INCLUDING ANY HIDDEN DEFECTS OF ANY NATURE. NEITHER AUCTIONEER NOR SELLER MAKES ANY REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES, OR GUARANTEES WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE NATURE, VALUE, SOURCE, AUTHENTICITY, FITNESS, MERCHANTABILITY, AND/OR ANY OTHER ASPECT OR CHARACTERISTICS OF SUCH PROPERTY. NO STATEMENT ANYWHERE, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING VERBAL STATEMENTS MADE BY AUCTIONEER, WILL BE DEEMED A WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION BY AUCTIONEER OR SELLER. WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, AUTHENTICITY, ORIGIN, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ALL OF WHICH ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. EACH BIDDER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT SUCH BIDDER CANNOT RELY, AND HAS NOT RELIED, ON ANY REPRESENTATION, WARRANTY, OR GUARANTY MADE BY THE SELLER OR ANYONE ACTING AS AGENT OF THE SELLER, ORALLY OR IN WRITING, ABOUT THE PROPERTY, OR ANY OF IT. BY BIDDING, EACH BIDDER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT SUCH BIDDER HAS HAD A FULL AND FAIR OPPORTUNITY TO INSPECT THE PROPERTY, AND IS RELYING SOLELY ON, OR HAS WAIVED, SUCH BIDDER'S INSPECTION AND INVESTIGATION (i) IN DETERMINING WHETHER TO BID, (ii) IN DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF A BID, AND (iii) IN BIDDING. 17. Announcements. Subject to the limitation set forth in these Bidder Terms and Conditions, all terms and conditions and other announcements made by Auctioneer on the day of the Auction are binding and take precedence over any advertisements or listings. 18. Bidder's Inspection. By bidding, each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that such Bidder has had a full and fair opportunity to inspect the Property, and is relying solely on, or has waived, such Bidder's inspection and investigation (i) in determining whether to bid, (ii) in determining the amount of a bid, and (iii) in bidding. 19. Description of Property. Unless otherwise expressly stated otherwise in writing, any description of Property is based solely on visual impression, and is given solely for identification purposes, and does not create any warranty, expressed or implied, or representation by Auctioneer. 20. Contract of Sale for Personal Property. By operation of these Terms and Conditions and Section 2-328(b) of the Uniform Commercial Code, no additional or further writing will be required to evidence the existence of a contract of sale for any Personal Property Knocked-Down at the Auction regardless of the Purchase Price, and these Bidder Terms and Conditions, together with Auctioneer's clerking sheets or other physical or digital notation identifying the Lot, the Hammer Price, and the Buyer, will be conclusive evidence as to the terms of the sale. These Bidder Terms and Conditions will be incorporated into and made a part of the contract between each Buyer and Seller. 21. Sale of the Real Property. The following terms and conditions apply if Real Property is offered at the Auction: 21.1. Bidder Qualification. Auctioneer may impose qualifications for bidding on the Real Property. Any such qualifications, which may include, without being limited to, proof of the availability of funds, will be posted or otherwise made available by Auctioneer. Bidder qualification provisions (which may include proof of the availability of funds) are intended for the benefit of Auctioneer and Seller, and create no rights or interests in any other persons, including competing Bidders. Auctioneer and/or Seller may (but will not be required to) waive any Bidder qualifications, either globally or on a case by case basis. 21.2. Registration Deposit. In Auctioneer's discretion, Auctioneer may require Bidders to make a registration deposit in order to bid on the Real Property. The registration deposit of the Winning Bidder will be applied against the Purchase Price for the Real Property, and registration deposits made by others will be returned at the conclusion of the Auction. 21.3. Separately Deeded Parcels. If the Real Property consists of two or more separately deeded parcels, Auctioneer may, in Auctioneer's discretion, put the parcels up for bid individually, as an entire group, and by various combinations, and the bids received by each method will be held until it is determined which method yields the highest aggregate Purchase Price. Bidding may be conducted in multiple rounds, and in a round robin fashion, and methods or combinations may be eliminated until the final method or grouping yielding the highest aggregate Purchase Price is determined. 21.4. Breaks and Recesses. Auctioneer may take breaks or recesses during the bidding on the Real Property, and such breaks or recesses will not terminate the bidding unless expressly stated. Auctioneer may suspend bidding on the Real Property without declaring a No Sale of the Real Property. A No Sale of the Real Property will only occur if Auctioneer declares a No Sale in those terms, or if the Auction concludes in its entirety without a Winning Bid or a High Bid Subject to Confirmation. If announced by Auctioneer, the Auction may continue for a stated period of time, during which period Auctioneer may receive bids in person, telephonically, electronically, online, or by other means. 21.5. Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement. The Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement will be executed at the close of bidding by the Winning Bidder, or the Bidder making the High Bid Subject to Confirmation, as the case may be. In auctions Subject to Seller's Confirmation, Seller will execute the Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement on Seller's confirmation and acceptance of the High Bid Subject to Confirmation. The Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement is available for review prior to the Real Property being offered, and is incorporated in and made a part of these Bidder terms and Conditions. 21.6. Realty Deposit. The Winning Bidder, or the Bidder making the High Bid Subject to Confirmation, as the case may be, will make a Realty Deposit on execution of the Realty Purchase and Sale Agreement. The Realty Deposit (which will include any registration deposit made by such Bidder) will be: The amount of ______ Dollars ($____________); or__________ percent (_____%) of the Hammer Price or High Bid Subject to Confirmation. The Realty Deposit may be paid in cash or its equivalent, by certified funds, by credit card (if that service made available by Auctioneer), or by personal or company check. The Realty Deposit will be held by Auctioneer in a non-interest bearing account. If the Realty Deposit is forfeited by the Winning Bidder, it will be applied to the payment of Auctioneer's Commission, Buyer's Premium, costs, and expenses before any distribution to Seller or otherwise. 21.7. No Buyer Contingencies. There will be no Buyer conditions or contingencies to the sale of the Real Property, except Seller's delivery of good and marketable title. 21.8. Realty Closing. The Realty Closing will occur at a mutually agreed time and place within _One hundred eighty___________ (_____) days after the Auction, unless extended with the written consent of Seller and Auctioneer. 21.9. Broker Participation. If a broker, who has registered with Auctioneer, has participated in procuring a Buyer, or has otherwise assisted in facilitating the sale of Real Property at the Auction, such broker may be paid a Broker Participation Fee, in an amount and manner established by Auctioneer. 21.10. Real Estate Transfer Tax. Any real estate transfer taxes will be allocated as follows: Paid by Seller 21.11. Recording Fees. Buyer will pay the fees for recording the deed for the Real Property. 21.12. Settlement Fees and Expenses. Buyer will pay any and all settlement fees and expenses, including, without being limited to, title searches, title insurance charges, and survey costs. 21.13. Apportionment. Taxes and all other periodic realty costs, if any, will be apportioned pro rata as of the date of the Realty Closing. Seller will pay for all days up to and including the date of the Realty Closing, and Purchaser will pay for all days following the date of the Realty Closing. 21.14. Zoning; Land Use. NEITHER AUCTIONEER NOR SELLER MAKES ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES AS TO THE ZONING OF THE REAL PROPERTY OR ANY OTHER LAND USE RESTRICTIONS AFFECTING THE REAL PROPERTY. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH BIDDER TO MAKE SUCH INQUIRIES AND INVESTIGATIONS AS MAY BE NECESSARY TO CONFIRM THE APPLICABLE ZONING AND LAND USE RESTRICTIONS AFFECTING THE REAL PROPERTY. THE PURCHASE OF THE REAL PROPERTY WILL NOT BE CONTINGENT IN ANY WAY ON ZONING OR LAND USE RESTRICTIONS, OR ON WHETHER A BIDDER OR BUYER MAY PUT THE REAL PROPERTY TO ANY DESIRED USE. EACH BIDDER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT SUCH BIDDER IS NOT RELYING ON ANY REPRESENTATIONS BY SELLER OR AUCTIONEER CONCERNING ZONING OR OTHER LAND USE RESTRICTIONS AFFECTING THE REAL PROPERTY. 21.15. Seller's Residential Real Estate Disclosure Statement. If the Real Property is residential real estate, Seller will (unless otherwise exempt) complete a Seller's residential real property disclosure statement. 21.16. Lead-based Paint Disclosure. If the Real Property includes residential improvements constructed prior to 1978, Seller will complete a Lead-based Paint Disclosure Statement. 21.17. Breach. 21.17.1. Seller's Breach. If Seller breaches any of Seller's obligations with respect to the Purchase and Sale of the Real Property, Buyer's sole and exclusive remedy will be return of the Realty Deposit and any other monies actually paid by the Buyer. Under no circumstances will Auctioneer or Seller be liable for incidental or consequential damages, including, without being limited to lost profits or reduced productivity. Specific performance is not available as a remedy to Buyer. 21.17.2. Buyer's Breach. If Buyer breaches any of Buyer's obligations, Buyer will forfeit the Deposit and any other monies actually paid to Seller or Auctioneer, and will pay all of Seller's and Auctioneers costs and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees and costs of litigation). If the Real Property is subsequently offered for sale (at auction or otherwise), Buyer will be responsible for any and all costs and expenses incurred with respect there to, including, without being limited to, advertising and labor. Buyer will also be responsible for any shortfall between the Purchase Price established at the Auction and any subsequent lower purchase price for which the Real Property may be sold. 21.18. Risk of Loss. The risk of loss or damage to the Real Property is assumed by the Seller until Settlement, except for in the event of loss or damage to the Real Property exceeding ten percent (10%) of the Purchase Price, then Seller may elect to either repair the damages, provide credit at Settlement, or terminate the Purchase and Sale Agreement. 21.19. Time is Of the Essence. Time is of the Essence with respect to the purchase and sale of the Real Property. 22. Bidding by or on Behalf of Seller. _ Absolute Auction – No Seller Bidding. Neither Seller nor any one acting on the Seller's behalf may bid, directly or indirectly, on any Property put up at Absolute Auction. X Reserve Auction – No Seller Bidding. Neither Seller nor any one acting on Seller's behalf may bid, directly or indirectly, at the Auction. _Reserve Auction – Possibility of Seller Bidding. Seller, or those acting on Seller's behalf, may bid at the Auction provided that the ability of Seller to bid is announced at the Auction. 23. Conduct of the Auction. Auctioneer will regulate all matters relating to the conduct of the Auction and Auctioneer's decisions will be final and binding. Auctioneer will have control over bidding, and Auctioneer will resolve any and all disputes. Auctioneer may, in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion, reopen the bidding (but will not be required to) if (i) a bid is made while the hammer is falling in acceptance of a prior bid or while bidding is otherwise being terminated, or (ii) promptly after the Fall of the Hammer or other termination of the bidding Auctioneer is made aware of a bid that was unnoticed prior to the Fall of the Hammer or other termination of the bidding, and it is demonstrated to Auctioneer's satisfaction that such bid was, in fact, timely made, or (iii) promptly after the Fall of the Hammer or other termination of the bidding Auctioneer is made aware that Auctioneer and a bid assistant or ringman, or multiple bid assistants or ringmen, have acknowledged bids in the same amount bid from different bidders, or (iv) some other bid dispute arises. Any contract formed with the Fall of the Hammer will be subject to the conditions set forth in this Section. If bidding is reopened pursuant to this Section, the bid recognized by Auctioneer prior to the reopening of the bidding will be held, and may not be retracted, and, if no further bids are received, such bid will be the Winning Bid. 24. Motor Vehicles and Equipment. Any and all motor vehicles and motorized equipment (including, without being limited to, automobiles, trucks, vans, recreational vehicles, motorcycles, motor scooters, tractors, earth moving equipment and other heavy equipment) must be paid in full prior to removal from the Auction Site; and, if any vehicles or equipment are paid for with a check, such vehicles or equipment will not be released unless and until the check clears and the funds have been received by Auctioneer and are not subject to reversal. 25. All Sales Final. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR RETURNS. 26. Sales Tax. All Personal Property is subject sales tax unless an exemption applies. 27. Payment. All Personal Property must be paid for in-full by onsite Buyers on the day of the Auction, at or before the conclusion of the Auction, and before any Property is removed from the Auction Site by or on behalf of the Buyer. Online purchases must be paid for within __________ (___) days after the close of the Auction. Onsite purchases may be paid in cash or approved check, and, if made available by Auctioneer by credit card or debit card. Online purchases must be paid by credit card or approved check; provided, however, that any online purchases in excess of Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500.00) must be paid by wire transfer or certified funds unless other arrangements are made with Auctioneer in Auctioneer's sole and absolute discretion. 28. Pick-up and Removal; Shipping. Each Buyer is responsible for removal of Lots purchased at the Auction, including shipping to remote Buyers. Pick-up and removal dates and times will be as posted or announced by Auctioneer. Unless otherwise agreed, each Buyer is solely responsible for the disassembly, removal, shipping, and transportation of each Lot purchased by such Buyer. Disassembly and removal must be done in a workmanlike manner, and each Buyer will indemnify and hold harmless both Auctioneer and Seller against any and all damage caused by the acts of the Buyer, or the Buyer's employees, agents, representatives, or independent contractors, in connection with the disassembly or removal of any Personal Property. Any and all damage to the Auction Site, including, without being limited to damage to land or buildings, caused by a Buyer or by an employee, agent, representative, or independent contractor of a Buyer, will be repaired by, or at the expense of, such Buyer to the satisfaction of Auctioneer and Seller. 29. Abandoned Items. Any Lots not paid in full, not picked up and removed in the time provided (but, under any circumstances, within _____ days after the Auction), or for which payment has not cleared (within _____ days after the Auction), will be considered abandoned and may be offered for sale at a later auction or subject to other disposition. Such abandonment does not relieve the Buyer of the Buyer's obligation to make payment in full. Buyers are responsible for the full purchase price of all Lots Struck Off to them. 30. Returned Checks. Any checks that are returned unpaid will be subject to a returned check fee in the amount of $__________. In addition to the foregoing, Auctioneer will be entitled to recover, from the issuer of a returned check, all costs and expenses, including attorneys' fees, for the collection of payment made in the form of a check that has been returned unpaid. 31. No Stop Payment Orders or Credit Card Chargebacks. Each Bidder agrees that such Bidder will not, under any circumstances, (i) issue a stop payment order with respect to any checks issued at or in connection with the Auction, or (ii) initiate a credit card chargeback with respect to any purchases at the Auction. Each Bidder further agrees that if, in violation of these Terms and Conditions, a stop payment order is issued or a credit card chargeback is initiated, these Bidder Terms and Conditions will be conclusive evidence of the Bidder's (i) waiver of any rights to issue a stop payment order or to initiate a credit card chargeback, and (ii) agreement not to issue a stop payment order or to initiate a credit card chargeback; and each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that on Auctioneer's presentation of these Bidder Terms and Conditions to the bank, credit card company, or other financial institution against which a check was drawn or that issued the credit card on which charges were made, such bank, credit card company, or other financial institution will reverse any stop-payment order and/or reverse or deny any credit card chargeback, and will re-credit all amounts to or for the account of Auctioneer. If, in violation of these Bidder Terms and Conditions, a Bidder issues a stop payment order or initiates a credit card chargeback, such Bidder, even if successful, will remain liable for all purchases made at the Auction, and will be responsible for all costs and expenses, including attorneys' fees, incurred by or on behalf of Auctioneer and/or Seller in challenging the stop payment order or credit card chargeback and in collecting payment. Each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that the covenant not to issue a stop payment order or to initiate a credit card chargeback is a condition to the issuance of a Bidder Number to such Bidder, and is being made as an inducement for Auctioneer to accept such Bidder's Bidder Registration, to issue a Bidder Number, and to permit the Bidder to Bid at the Auction. Each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that Auctioneer is relying on the covenant not to issue a stop payment order or to initiate a credit card chargeback in accepting such Bidder's Bidder Registration, in issuing a Bidder Number, and in permitting the Bidder to bid at the Auction. 32. Claims. Unless otherwise provided in writing, after a Lot has been removed from the Auction Site by or on behalf of a Buyer, no claims or returns will be allowed and no claim will be allowed for adjustments or rescission of any sales based on the failure of a Lot to correspond with any standard and/or expectation of the Buyer. 33. Title and Risk of Loss for Personal Property. Subject to a possessory lien in favor of Auctioneer and Seller, title and risk of loss with respect to Personal Property pass to the Buyer with the Fall of the Hammer. 34. Buyer's Remedies; Bidders/Buyers Not Entitled to Incidental or Consequential Damages. To the extent that any Bidder or Buyer may be entitled to damages or remedies, the sole and exclusive remedy available to Bidders and Buyers is a return of the Purchase Price actually paid. Under no circumstances will Auctioneer or the Seller be liable for incidental or consequential damages, including, without being limited to lost profits or reduced productivity. Each Bidder acknowledges and agrees that no Bidder or Buyer is entitled to specific performance or other equitable relief. 35. Seller's Remedies. If any Buyer breached such Buyer's obligations under these Terms and Conditions or under a sale contract with the Seller of Property Struck Off at the Auction, such property may be resold and the breaching buyer will be responsible for any and all damages, including any deficiency or reduction in the Purchase Price, along with incidental damages. 36. Indemnification. Each Bidder agrees to indemnify and hold Auctioneer and Seller harmless from any current or future claim regarding the Auction or the Property, including, without being limited to, fitness, use, damage, safety, or injuries to persons or property. 37. Private Sale. No Participant or Registered Bidder may offer to enter into a Private Sale for the purchase of any of the Property prior to or during the Auction. If any of the Property is not Struck Off at the Auction and Seller enters into an agreement to sell (i) any of the Personal Property within ten (10) days after the Auction, and/or (ii) any of the Real Property within ninety (90) days after the Auction, Auctioneer will be entitled to receive an amount equal to Auctioneer's full Commission and Buyer's Premium. 38. Waiver. Certain provisions of these Bidder Terms and Conditions are for the exclusive benefit of Auctioneer and/or Seller(s). Such provisions, including, without being limited to, Bidder registration and qualification requirements, deposit and payment terms (including the method, form, and timing of payment), removal and delivery terms, and Property inspection terms), do not create, and will not be deemed to create, any benefits or rights in favor of any other persons, including competing Bidders, and may not be enforced by any other persons. Either globally or on a case by case basis Auctioneer and/or Seller may (but will not be required to) waive any provisions of these Bidder Terms and Conditions that are intended for the benefit of Auctioneer and/or Seller. 39. Bid Pooling. Bid pooling occurs when Bidders collude to regulate, and artificially suppress, bidding in an effort to reduce the Hammer Price. Bid pooling is a felony. Anyone participating in bid pooling will be referred for prosecution. 40. Theft. Theft is a serious offense, and, if discovered, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Instances of theft will result in immediate termination of bidding and removal privileges. 41. Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Venue; Waiver of Jury Trial. These Bidder Terms and Conditions will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, including its statutes of limitations, but without regard to its rules governing conflict of laws. All claims, disputes, and other matters between the parties will be brought in the state or federal courts sitting in and for the Kenton County, Kentucky, which courts will have exclusive jurisdiction, and will be the exclusive venue, for any and all such claims, disputes, and other matters. By submitting a Bidder Registration and accepting a Bidder Number each Registered Bidder irrevocably and unconditionally (i) agrees that any claim, suit or cause of action relating to these Bidder Terms and Conditions, or the transactions contemplated hereby, will be brought in the state or federal courts sitting in and for the Kenton County, Kentucky; (ii) consents to the jurisdiction of such courts for any such claim, suit or cause of action; (iii) waives any objection that such party may have to the laying of venue of any such claim, suit or cause of action in such courts; and (iv) waives any objection to the bringing of such claim, suit or cause of action in such courts on the grounds of forum non conveniens. Each Bidder, Buyer, and other Participant waives the right to a jury trial. 42. Attorneys' Fees. If any Participant breaches such Participant's obligations under these Bidder Terms and Conditions, Auctioneer and/or Seller will be entitled to recover all costs and expenses, including attorneys' fees incurred in enforcing their respective rights hereunder. 43. As per KRS the auctioneer or auction staff may bid on their own behalf in this auction.
Listing Details
We have contracted with a 30+ year antique collecter to sell his collections as he has decided to retire and pusue other interests. This will be the first of several auctions from a storage facility in Alexandria, Ky. We really have some nice antique furniture pieces, pottery, vintage advertising pieces and all sorts of collectibles.

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Wood lectern on detailed footed base,
Has attached light that worked when tested. Measures approximately 38 1/2" tall. Top is 21" w x 18 1/2" deep. Base swivels. See photos.

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Framed and matted "Rambling Rose print,
Signed and numbered by the artist. Measures approximately 32 1/2" t x 26 1/2" w. 1980 by B. Hampton, number 1053/1500. See photos for signature.

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Old fashioned wood rocker with rocking foot stool.
Fabric covered, removable and needs cleaned. In good condition. See photos.

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Primitive wood wall art. Two owls in trees.
Initials and numbers on back of each piece. See photos.

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Animal skull which is decorated with colored sand.
Approximately 18 or 19 inches long. See photos.

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Nicely framed and matted wall art.
Measures approximately 18 1/2" t x 15 1/2" w. See photos.

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Cast Iron advertising piece for Hudson's Soap.
Possible water holder for your dog per the "Drink Puppy Drink" printed on each end. Measures approximately 16" l x 7" d. See photos.

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Nice 5 drawer marble top dry sink
Has porcelain and brass drawer handles. Drawers are dovetailed. Measures approximately 32 1/2" x 18 1/4" x 30" wide. Some slight wear on drawer tops. Marble top is not permanently attached. See photos.

108
Ornate gold framed mirror.
Ornamental piece at top of frame needs to be repaired. Measures approximately 30 1/2" from top to bottom of mirror. See photos.

109
Mid century ceramic elephant w/high gloss finish
Approximately 15" l x 9 1/2" t. See photos for condition. No chips or cracks.

110
Two piece set of pottery marked Roseville.
Believed to be reproductions. See photos for markings. Oval piece is 11" x 7 1/2" w x 5" t and the small vase is 6" t x 5 1/2" w. Sizes are approximate.

111
Matched pair of candlestick holders
Marked Roseville U.S.A. and numbered. 1159 or 11s9.4n. May be reproductions. See photos.

112
7 1/2" vase marked Roseville, U.S.A., 90-7".
May be a reproduction. Measures approximately 7 1/2" t. See photos.

113
Two contemporary chairs
Made of a heavy type of plastic with chrome legs. Has handle on the back of the chair for easy lifting. These chairs are heavy and appear to be very durable. See photos.

114
Four contemporary leather and chrome chairs.
Leather is black and appears to be in good condition, chrome legs have some rust spots. Chairs measure approximately 18 1/4 inches deep by 22 1/4 inches wide by 32 inches high. See photos.

115
Two decorative glass bedroom lamps.
They measure approximately 13 inches in height and 4 1/2 in. square at the base. Both lamps worked when tested. See photos.

116
Two glass bedroom lamps
One has hanging prisms and missing one prism. One lamp came on one tested and one did not. Lamps measure approximately 15 inches tall with shade and approximately 4 1/2 inches in diameter. Shades are not original to the lamps.

117
One pair of glass bedroom lamps
Has hanging prisms. Both lights worked when tested. The lamps measure approximately 15 inches tall with the shades on and 4 inches square at the bottom.

118
Nice set of glass teardrop prism bedroom lamps
Lamps have different shades and both lamps worked when tested. Riser approximately 4 inches at the bottom and 12 1/2 inches tall with the shade on.

119
Nice detail on a glass candlestick lamp.
Missing one of the hanging prisms. Light came on when tested. See photos for lame details. Measures approximately 4 inches at the base and 13 1/2 inches tall.

120
Nice glass occasional lamp or bedroom lamp
Has a cranberry, etched glass shade. Lamp measures approximately 16 1/2 inches tall and 4 1/2 inches at the base. Lamp came on when tested.

121
One ceramic novelty light, made in China
Looks like a pot belly stove. Light worked when tested. The second item is a metal oil lamp with wick . Missing parts to complete the lamp. The knob states made in USA.

122
Unique black panther lamp & black panther planter.
Both pieces are ceramic with high polish glaze. Lamp worked when tested. See photos for style and measurements.

123
Bar style table with glass top and chrome base.
Table top measures approximately 24 inches in diameter and needs to be secured to the base. Base has rust spots please see photos for condition.

124
Brown metal plant stand w/decorative legs & stem
Measures approximately 28 1/2 inches tall by 12 inches in diameter. Matches lot number 125 and 126.

125
Brown metal plant stand w/decorative legs & stem.
Measures approximately 28 1/2 inches tall by 12 inches in diameter. Has a few paint scrapes on the top edge. Matches lot number 124 and 126.

126
Brown metal plant stand w/decorative legs & stem.
Has a few scrape marks on top edge. Measures approximately 28 1/2 inches tall by 12 inches in diameter. Matches lot number 124 and 125.

127
Nicely framed Western Art print of Buffalo Bill
Measures approximately 25 1/2" x 22". Frame has a few nicks which can be touched up .


129
Lots of detail on this wood, dimensional picture
frame with oil painting of kittens. Heavy duty hardware for hanging on wall. Measures approximately 18 1/2" x 16 1/2".

130
Boogie Board with name Michael Searle printed on
bottom of board. Has slight damage at bottom and top. Would make nice wall art. See photos. Measures approximately 35 1/2" x 19 1/2".

131
American motorcycle Association sign
On a piece of barn siding. Measures approximately 106 1/2 inches by 11 inches. See photos.

132
Beautifully framed piece of artwork.
Subject appears to be Madonna and Child. Slight chip in frame at the top. Measures approximately 23" x 19". Piece looks old.

133
Wood framed, double matted print of hunting dogs
Frame has a few scratches which can be corrected with stain. Frame is very heavy. See photos. Approximately 30" x 24"

134
Two metal flower boxes with liners.
One liner needs to be replaced. Boxes measure approximately 32 inches long by 8 1/2 inches wide by 12 inches tall. Items match Lot 135 and 136. See photos.

135
Decorative metal bench and table for the yard.
Bench measures approximately 26 inches tall by 28 inches deep by 21 inches wide. Table measures 20 1/2 inches in diameter and 141/2" tall. Items match lot 134 and 136. See photos.

136
Decorative metal bench for the yard.
Measures approximately 39 inches wide by 28 inches tall by 22 inches deep. Matches Lot number 134 and 135. See photos.



139
Assortment of DVD movies. See photos for titles.
One case contains three movies in the case for Steven Seagal.


141
Four hardback books and one paper back book.
Titles range from NASCAR Legends, Way Baseball Works, Dream Cars, Cadillac and Monster Garage Monster Nation. See photos for authors.

142
Reference books for the collector.
Books include Nippon Porcelain , Collectible Advertising, third edition, Haviland China, Little Golden Books Collecting and Rocks.

143
Three shelf metal folding plant stand
Has bamboo & flower design. Measures approximately 49 inches tall 520 inches wide by 10 inches deep.

144
Two retro style swivel chairs that raise & lower
Covered and a red metallic vinyl with white trim. Chairs are in good condition.

145
Fabric covered occasional chair.
Fabric needs to be cleaned but in good condition. Measures approximately 36 inches wide by 31 inches deep. See photos. Also matches lot number 146.

146
Fabric covered occasional chair
Measures approximately 36 inches wide by 31 inches deep. Fabric needs to be cleaned. Possible water mark on seat question. Matches slot number 145.

147
One ladder back chair
Has spindle front and woven seat. Slight chip on front lower piece of trim. See photos.


149
Pet Advent Calendar Hide A Treat A Day until
Christmas Display Box. Measures approximately 22" square by 4" deep. Lots of detail on the doors. Missing one rope pull on one door. Magnets hold doors closed. Some magnets missing on a few doors.


151
Child's wicker rocker
Measures approximately 27 inches tall by 18 inches wide. In good condition. See photos for chair design details.

152
Decorative wood and metal trunk.
Measures approximately 30 1/2 inches long by 16 inches tall by 17 inches deep. Lots of detail to the exterior. See photos for overall condition.

153
3 Decorative pillows.
One sequined pillow has a few missing. Two others are like new.

154
One vintage suitcase & one vintage looking case.
Suitcase measures approximately 24" l x 8" h x 13" d. Small case measures approximately 12" l x 5 1/2" h x 7 1/2" d. See photos for condition.

155
Victoria Ashley Original Design by Karen Kennedy
Made exclusively for Goebel. Limited addition number 283/1000. Original to box and packaging with certificate. Measures approximately 23" long. Face, hands and feet are Porcelain.

156
Prima violin and deluxe case with bow.
Made by Violmaster, model P-103, size 1/4. Like new.

157
One Clarinet by Accent, from the Buddy
Roger's Music Shop, Cincinnati, Ohio. Comes with carrying case, cloth and cleaning brush. See photos.

158
Mission style desk
Has a few nicks or chips on the top edges, otherwise in good condition. Measures approximately 48 inches long by 24 inches deep by 30 inches tall. Has three accessory drawers.

159
Nice turquoise fabric covered bench
Has silver button trim and tufted buttons on the seats. Legs are dark wood and color. Bench measures approximately 39 inches long by 18 inches deep by 18 inches tall.

160
Very attractive display piece from a model home.
Item stands approximately 29 1/2 inches tall by 24 inches wide by 7 inches deep. Lightweight material used, made to look like ornate glass on a metal stand. Dish is attached to the stand.

161
3 Ceramic wall hangings stamped Erma Gilliland
Duncan 1909 and 1910. The third one is harder to read. They measure approximately 12" x 10". One has a slight crack.

162
Detailed battery operated ceramic carousel on a
wood base. Ceramic clown figurine also mounted on a wood base. Did not test carousel as it is battery operated. Carousel is approximately 8 inches in diameter grandstands 11 inches tall. Figurine is 12 inches tall and 5 1/2 inches in diameter.

163
Antique tool box Drills For Taps. See photos.
Measures approximately 18 1/2" w x 10" t x 11 1/2" d. Has unique way to get to the bottom drawer.

164
Decorative wood chest with woven tin top
Believed to be made in China or India. See sticker on bottom. Measures approximately 17 inches long by 10 1/2 inches tall by 11 3/4 deep.

165
Steamer type trunk tagged "Concourse."
Has padlock and key. Measures approximately 30" l x 16" w x 12 1/2" d. Trunk is on wheels for easy transport.

166
Driver Fret saw blades and Driver jigsaw blades.
These blades were inside Lot No. 163, the antique driver blade box.

167
Spanish themed candle holders and crosses.
Some are wood and some are metal.

168
Native American pottery.
Two pieces are stamped on the bottom and one piece is unmarked. One Indian bowl is cracked. See all photos.

169
Two brass altar vases
Measures approximately 11 1/4" tall and 4 1/4" at the base. Some spotting on the outside. See photos.

170
Two ornate, porcelain wine bottles
And one half gallon Henry McKenna whiskey jug. Whiskey jug is 9 1/2" tall ant the wine bottles are 11 1/2" tall.

171
Scottie dog cookie jar
Measures approximately 10 inches long and 12 inches high. Paint is scraped in a few places. Can be touched up.


173
Royal Nippon hand painted vase.
Slight chips at bottom back of the vase and crack at the top. Measures approximately 12" tall.

174
Made in the USA brown paint pot with lid
And stoneware pot with lid stamped Chillicothe Ohio. Brown pot measures 6 inches at the top opening and 5 inches tall.

175
Several pieces of pottery.
Some hand painted some with high gloss finish and some flats. Two blue pieces are Daniel Boone pottery. The large Daniel Boone vase has been broken and one high-gloss vase has also been broken. See photos for condition.

176
Ceramic pottery wine jug and 4 wine cups.
Bottom of jug is marked ALFE. Bottoms of the cups are marked as well. See photos.

177
Folk art of two wood bears. Arms & legs jointed.
Right hand on small bear is damaged. Bears measure approximately 10" and 7" in sitting position. See photos.

178
Hand painted decorative vase made in Japan and
stands approximately 11" tall. Two hand painted elephants and one detailed, hand painted rhino. Rhino measures approximately 13" long by 8" h. See photos.

179
Ceramic Pitcher with 7 mugs.
Pitcher is 14" tall and has markings on the bottom. Two of the seven mugs appear to belong to a different set. Photos on each are different types of dogs. See photos for markings and condition.

180
Ceramic pitcher by Burley Winter.
Measures approximately 12" t x 6 1/2" at base. In good condition.


182
1 Set of horse head bookends & 1 set of monkeys.
Horse head book ends are Charlie. Head is broken on one and chips at the back base on both. See photos.

183
1776 - 1976 bookends, approximately 6" tall.
Material appears to some type of marble.



186
Interior decorative items.
Wall art piece measures approximately 10" x 6 3/4". Head figure is possibly a paperweight. See photos.

187
5 Christian Moerlein Beer bottles
And one Gambrinus? Stock Co. Brown Bottle.


189
Man Cave beer bucket, 4 beer glasses
And two packs of paper coasters.

190
Golf themed decanter with 4 on the rocks glasses.
Nice pewter golf emblem on the front of each.

191
Two pieces of Pyrex. One divided vegetable dish
And one 6 1/2" vegetable bowl. Both have lids.

192
Two decorative oriental plant holders.
Approximately 14" diameter by 11" tall.

193
One decorative oriental plant holder,
Made of ceramic and appears to be hand painted. Measures approximately 12" w x 10" t.

194
4 Piece Pyrex bowl set.
Set consists of one 4 qt, 2 1/2 qt, 1 1/2 qt and 1 1/2 pint. The pint bowl is chip on the rim, other pieces are in good condition.

195
3 Piece Golden Wheat Pyrex bowl set.
Small, medium and large.

196
Heavy set of ceramic bowls. Green in color.
No markings. Measures approximately 6 1/2", 8 1/2" and 10 1/2".


198
One ceramic covered dish by Louisville Pottery.
Measures approximately 8" in diameter.

199
Nice vintage Lance Cracker Jar.
Approximately 12" tall with red metal lid.

200
Gordon's glass display jar with lid.
Approximately 10" tall and 7" in diameter.

201
Yorktown pottery piece and one teapot
With strainer by Omnicare.

202
Vintage ceramic urinal with applied handle.
Stamped on the bottom. Measures approximately 9" long. See photos.

203
One ceramic smiley face mug and bowl, believed to
be made by McCoy and one pewter HBO decorative ice cream cup with scoop.

204
One 8 1/2" salmon colored planter by McCoy
And one 8" green and brown planter, believed to be made by McCoy.


206
Four pieces of ByBee pottery. Candlestick holders
And one strawberry jar. Jar is 5 1/2" tall.

207
Hand painted and embossed Chinese Ginger Jar
And two decorative, hand painted oriental dishes. Ginger Jar is 10" high.

208
Sterling Silver condiment holder
With accessories, plus one extra bottle. Hinge is is broken on two of the bottles. Glass jars have an etched vine pattern and have a different pour spout. Tray stands 15 inches tall. See photos.

209

210
Pottery pitcher with iris pattern and signed on
the bottom. One ceramic bowl with wire handle made by John A. Petree from Wilburton, OK. Pitcher is 8 1/2" tall and bowl is 8" in diameter and 4" tall.

211
Lacquerware nesting baskets on woven bamboo bases
With woven bamboo on the lids. Designs appear to be hand painted or formed by applying gold leaf. The largest basket is approximately 12 inches in diameter.

212
One pair of decorative Chinese lanterns.
There is a place for candles inside the lanterns. Measures approximately 6 1/2" in diameter and 10 to 11 inches tall.

213
Wooden mini collectible storage case
Measures approximately 19 1/2 inches tall by 14 inches wide by 2 1/2 inches deep. Missing knobs on front doors has magnetic closure.

214
3.1 Quart pampered chef roaster with lid.
Burgundy in color. Roaster in like new condition.

215
Old Fellows Syrup bottle, one unknown bottle,
And a glass jar with metal screw on lid. Glass jar is approximately 8 1/2" tans and 6" square.

216
Decorative ceramic pottery pieces.
The taller pitcher is numbered piece made in Germany. See photos for signatures/stamps. Pitcher made in Germany is approximately 9 1/2 inches tall.

217
Tulip vase and Chadwick ceramic bookends.
Vase is approximately 7 inches tall. Small chip on top rim, back side of the vase. See photos.

218
Mixed lot of miscellaneous ceramic/porcelain items
Coasters by Currier & Ives, rolling pin, spoon rest's, leaf shaped bowl, juicer top, two mini decorative wall plates and one mini decorative vase. See photos.

219
Four pieces of decorative pottery.
Some pieces have a glazed finish and one has a flat finish. See photos.

220
Vintage ceramic plant holders and one porcelain
Victorian figure which was a lamp base marked Germany 6289. See photos.

221
Two decorative, fawn pottery pieces.
One is a planter, see photos for the stamp and the other one is marked UCAGCO China, made in Japan. Both pieces in good condition.

222
One porcelain lion planter, 12" long and 9" tall.
Stamped on the bottom, LeBow of, Calif. one pair of birds, stamped made in Brazil, 4200.


224
Six champagne glasses and one set of four
Longchamp crystal wine glasses, 1.5 ounces each.

225
One metal 4 shelf display stand painted gold with
4 marble shelves. Stands approximately 6 foot tall, 30 1/4" w and 14" deep. This is a very heavy piece.

226
Decorative bust of a woman w/grape leaf hairpiece
Lightweight material used to make the bust. Stands approximately 18" tall, 10" tall and 9 or 10inches deep. Slight chip on the back. See photos.

227
2-1 Pound Jumbo Peanut Butter jars
With Ball screw on metal lids.

228
Unique piece of Hull Pottery. Small pink pitcher
Has unusual handle. Color is pink with black striations, leaf and flower pattern. Stamp on the bottom is Hall, T1 US copyright 55'. Measures approximately 6 1/4" tall.

229
One Hull and one Hall pottery pieces
Hull is aqua and grey candlestick holder and Hall is small vase.

230
Four opalescent hobnail glass pieces.
One piece appears to have a slight greenish cast and the other three are more white. See photos.

231

232
Three pieces of clay pottery.
One has a shiny finish with applied wine sign, one is a shirt pitcher with lid and the other is a container with three pouring spouts on the lip. Two of the pieces are signed on the bottom. All 3 pieces are like new. See photos for signature.

233
Four glass snack sets
Could possibly be Candlewick. All in good condition. See photos.

234
Wood table with tile top.
Measures approximately 22" tall and 11" square.

235
Mid Century Pottery by Haeger.
Measures approximately 19" tall, 16" wide and 6" deep. In good condition.

236
Decorative gas pump for the man cave.
Measures approximately 19" tall.

237
Unique grouping of sports figurines.
Basketball, baseball and football.

238




242
Decorative wine canister from Dover American
Sherry Wine, Westlake, Ohio. Approximately 14" tall.

243
Two Coca-Cola drinking glasses, two small Coke
bottles and a Coke tin container.


245

246
Decorative wall art and two mirrors.
The large mirror is approximately 17 1/4" in diameter.


248
Cardinal musical Figurine, Bisque Baby, has
chipped toe, Bisque Jan Hagara Collectors Club Charter Member desk sign p, 1987-1988 and two containers, handmade museum copies from Greece. See photos.

249
Wood crafts, Eagle, wild goose, 3 ceramic and
wood wall art and one plastic wall art. See photos.






255
Sharper Image RC 360 Rally Thunder Tumbler Car.
Did not test. Plastic football helmet.

256
Remote controlled car, without the remote
And a Star Wars fighter with R2D2 and C3PO.

257
Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse figures,
Accessories and 3 coffee cups.

258
Collection of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse,
Donald Duck and Goofy plush figures. Mickey Mouse shopping bag.


260
Syrian Trail Blazers hat and case.
Small brass camel. Hat from Harry M. Overs Co., NY.



263
Miscellaneous lot of pressed glass.
Broken handle on large glass basket and chips on ceramic yellow basket.

264
Vintage piece of pottery jar w/lid & ear handles.
Hand painted flowers on the front. Under side of lid has a slight chip. Measures approximately 10" tall.


266
Here's your summer ice tea or lemonade jar
Complete with pour spout. Approximately 16" tall.

267
Three small pottery pitchers.
One has signature on the bottom.

268
Assortment of mini ceramic jugs,
Some with advertising for Henry McKenna KY Straight Bourbon, Dunratty Mead, American Gothic and 1956 Little Brown Jug.

269
4 Kings Island Brown Glass mugs
And one Jimmy Carter Presidential mug.


271
Box lot of ceramic plates and compote.
Eggs dish has been broken and glued back together.

272
Two decorative vases. One is a swirled glass
pattern and the other is ceramic with high gloss finish and 4 handles at the top.

273
Three pieces of ceramic pottery. One pieces has
painted flowers on the front. See photos.

274
12" tall cranberry vase with frosted etching.
Mini cranberry and clear vase.


276
Footed commentary woven basket for Ivory Soap
Approximately 14 1/2" l x 8 1/2" h x 9" deep.

277
Footed pressed glass candy dish with lid in amber
and red. Pressed glass decanter in amber and blue JFK bottle with an iridescent cast. See photos.

278
General Electric Am/FM radio, Came on when tested.
Plastic retro radio, battery operated, not tested and Cookie Monster clock radio, battery operated. Battery holder is broken off and included in lot.


280
Several collector reference books from dolls,
watches, toys, Flea market Trader, antiques and hand built shelters.

281
5 Hardback books with topics such as Picasso,
Landscapes 1890-1912, 19th Century Design, Spain A History in Art, Costumes and Geography and Climate of South Africa.

282
Children's Books. The Dangerous Book for Boys,
Treasury of Literature for Children, Charley Skedaddle and Children's Guide To Knowledge.

283
Two tin containers, one is a Tiger Tin
and the other has Welcome To My Farm.

284
6 Reference books for antiques and collectibles.
4 By Schroeder's, 1 by Warman's and 1 by Kovel's.

285
Two decorative pieces.
One appears to be a copper tray a flower design, measuring almost 16" in diameter and a tin pot approximately 13" in diameter.

286
Two small suitcases. One child's marked going to
Grandma's and the other is black with metal corners. See photos.

287
Lighted Pepsi sign/clock which measures
approximately 18" x 18". Both lights and clock worked when tested.


289
Woman's Roller Skating Case with roller skates
Norwood Roller Club Cars and a pair of Girl Scout Socks. See photos

290
1962 Mattel Original Beanie Boy Randy Doll.
Has pull string for recorded responses. Worked when tested. Approximately 17" tall. See photos.

291


293
15 Pieces of pink depression glass.
Two glasses have a slight chip. One at the top and one at the base. See photos.




297
Three pairs of Walt Disney World Mickey Mouse ears
And one Mickey Mouse string pull toy. Worked when tested.


299
Decorative wall mounted bell with a Coca-Cola
bottle opener. Measures approximately 17 inches long.



302
Enamel ware pot with lid and bail.
Measures approximately 9 1/2 inches in diameter.



305
One metal lunchbox with thermos inside
And one decorative carrying case with strap.


307
NAPA metal truck, AVON glass truck
And tin motorcycle with sidecar.


309
Soul Spectacular 4 CD Collection, new in box and
Old Time Radio shows on Audio casseroles, also new in box.

310
Three tennis rackets, one with a cover.
Two are Spaulding and one by MacGregor.


312
Old theater seats that recline.
Metal sides which can be anchored to the floor. Arms are wood and numbered. Right arm on this set needs to be reattached. Seats and seat back are padded and fabric covered. Measures approximately 43 1/2" w x 33 1/2" t x 17" d. Matches lot #313.

313
Old style theater seats. Seats are padded and
fabric covered. Red metal sides and back. Sides can be anchored to the floor. Seats recline. Arms are wood and are numbered. Matches lot # 312. Measure approximately 44" w x 34 1/2" t x 17" d.


315
5 Matching wood dining chairs.
Fabric covered seats which can be recovered.

316
Two handmade wood accent tables with tile tops.
Measures approximately 30 1/2" t x 12 1/2" d x 18" w. Marble block has been attached to one table top. See photos.

317
12 Drawer oriental cabinet.
Measures approximately 31" t x 16" d x 26 1/2" w.

318
Retro dining table, leaf and 4 chairs.
Covering looks new. Chrome on one chair has been spray painted. Table measures approximately 30" t x 40" w x 30" d. Leaf adds 8" wide.


318
Old wagon wheel with rubber tread.
Measures approximately 44" in diameter.


319
Two stained glass lamps.
Missing shade on church lamp. Lighthouse lamp has power cord for bulb. Lamp measures approximately 9 1/2" tall and the church lamp measures approximately 19" tall. Both worked when tested.

320
Stained glass hanging lamp with globe bulb cover.
Measures approximately 12 inch drop and 19 inches in diameter. Light bulb is loose inside globe. Two decorative pieces between the petals need to repaired. See photos.

321
Lamp with stained glass shade, 24" tall
The metal part at the top of the shade has been dented, keeps shade from hanging level. Should be able to be repaired. Lamp worked when tested.

322
Stained glass night light.
Measures approximately 7" tall and worked when tested.

323
Stained glass lighted church.
Measures approximately 10 inches long by 10 inches high by 6 inches wide. Worked when tested.

324
Stained glass church light on wood base.
Needs to be re-glued to base in some spots. Measures approximately 11 inches long by 12 1/2 tall by 6 1/2 wide. Worked when tested.

325
Red metal bucket with wood lid, made in India.
Measures approximately 10" tall x 14" in diameter.

326
Large copper kettle
Measures approximately 14" in diameter and 10" tall.

327
Swingspout watering can
Measures approximately 14 1/2" to top of spout and 6 1/2" in diameter.

328
3 Copper pots of various sizes.
Sea shell handles on one pot. See photos

329

330
2 metal decorator buckets of various sizes.
Have heavy metal and wood handles. See photos.

331
Bucket which appears to be copper and brass.
Approximately 19 inch tall. There are a few holes at the base. Measures approximately 9 1/2 inches in diameter.

332
Two vintage hat boxes.
One made to look like crocodile leather and the smaller one has an appliqué poodle and embroidered Eiffel Tower and the word Paris on both sides. The Paris hat box is missing the clasp.

333
Two decorative storage metal planters.
Approximately 8 1/2" x 11" and 8" x 8 1/2".

334
8 - 75 watt black light bulbs and one 4 pack of
60 watt soft LED bulbs. One wallpaper water tray.

335
Over the shoulder picnic basket with four plates,
4 Cups and four sets of utensils. Measures approximately 13 inches tall by 13 inches wide by 7 1/2 inches deep and appears to be new.


337
Two sets of scuba fins. One marked Hydro light
And the other US Divers "Blast" and one set of goggles.

338
Neoprene wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins and
carrying case. Not sure as to the size of the wetsuit.

339
Cincinnati Reds Bobbleheads from Pepsi.
Danny Graves, Pete Harnisch, Adam Dunn and Austin Kearny's.

340
Collector Stein from The Games of The XXIVTH
Olympiad Seoul 1988 with numbered tag.

341
1994 Coca-Cola Stein #26255.
Thomas Kinkade "Emerald Isle" Stein, #A4072.

342
Stoneware pitcher with 4 matching mugs.
One souvenir Stein from New York and 1 glass Stein. See photos.

343
Four collector beer Steins.
Two are from Oldenburg 1992 and 1994, one Budweiser dated 1989 and one from West Germany. See photos.

344
Three beer steins. One marked Heidelberg,
Pilsner and Cardinal (marked W. Germany).

345
4 Pieces of Roseville.
Creamer, sugar bowl and two candlestick holders. Slight scratch on edge of creamer. Believed to be reproductions.


347
Beautiful Bird in a cage. Works off batteries and
the bird will chirp and move. Donkey ceramic pitcher from Pier I and a ceramic and wood stand bowl from FTD.

348
3 Boxes of KISS Alive Collector Cards.
7 Cards per pack and each box contains 36 packs. Never opened.

349
Two Tall Stacks styrofoam hats and one pair of
ladies Victorian era lace up shoes in brown leather.

350
Cotton batting, boys suit from the 1920s her the
notes, old pillow case and basket liner inserts. One vintage pair of pantaloons, old doll clothes and quilt top good for salvaging pieces.

351
KD 610-4645 Triangle Flare Kit from the KD Lamp
Co., Cincinnati, OH. Setup instructions on the inside cover.

352
Heavy metal advertising sign for Pan-AM Motor Oils
Measures approximately 30" in diameter.

353
Vintage Baby bassinet on large 4 wheel frame.
Needs to be fully attached. Lined with pink quilted material. Measures approximately 37" L x 27" T by 21"D.

354
Definitely for the man cave or the hunting lodge.
Antler lamp is approximately 27" tall and worked when tested. Matches lot #355.

355
Three piece candle set made out of deer antlers.
Matches lot #354. Candle holder on one set needs reattached.

356
Mattel Sew Magic Easy Sew Sewing Machine
With instructions. Small clear plastic case with contents.


358
Trump 2020 Keep America Great 2 piece
Commemerative Knife Set. See photos.

359
Metal toolbox, 26 inches long with one tray,
Large flashlight needs battery, new heavy duty pop rivet tool and number 75 plane, 7 inches in length. See photos


361
Roto Salt Feeder mounted on decorative wood.
Measures approximately 16 1/2" tall.

362
Acorn Wares UHL Pottery Co., Huntingburg, IN
Measures approximately 9 1/2" T x 7 1/2"in diameter.

363
Kobe Bryant print of a picture.
Measures approximately 20" x 17" with mat.


365

366
Elvis and Marilyn prints with mat.
Measures approximately 20" x 16".

367
Honeywell Humidifier, 4 can portable cooler which
looks like a refrigerator and 24 piece set of glasses. 12 rocks and 12 cooler glasses. The humidifier and the cooler came on when tested.


369
Two military shirts with insignia's.
One marked large and one marked 16 1/2 x 32.

370
Military Uniform. Size is 42R.
One patch has been removed from the left arm.

371
Very heavy collegiate or school double breasted
coat. Silver buttons with "P" and insignia patch of a knight on a horse. Leather trim around cuffs and inset pockets.



374
Ladies Harley Davidson boots, size 8 1/2
One pair of boot cut jeans, Miss Me size 27.


376
Ladies shoes from slippers to boots.
Two pairs of insoles. Shoe sizes ranging from 6 to 10.




380
Men's dress shirt, size XL, ties, western belt,
Change holder and comic character hats.

381
Vintage child's wicker rocker and doll chair.
Rocker has been glued in a few spots. See photos for condition.

382
Red Wing Stoneware #3 jug with handle.
Approximately 14 inches tall and 10 inches in diameter.

383
North Star #2 crock jug with handle.
Approximately 14" tall and 9" in diameter.



386
4 Ceramic pottery pots.
The two matching pots are stamped McCoy, 1488.

387
4 Planter pots and one small stand.
Glass pot is in a copper holder, small gold McCoy, small white Hull and yellow urn style.


389

390
Girl Scouts Memorabilia.
Patches, pins and ribbon. Measures approximately 13 1/2" x 17".



393
Framed Baseball Players from years gone by.
Centerpiece is Babe Ruth. Deluxe frame measures approximately 25' x 25".

394
King #5 crock jug with cork stopper.
Approximately 19 1/2" x 12".


396
Unusual decorative accent table.
Approximately 24" t x 12' across.

397
Retro style chair,
Chrome & red leather like material.


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Antiques, Furniture, Pottery, Art Glass, Advertising
 Online Only Auction
Sale Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Tuesday Jun 2
Bidding Ends: Tuesday Jun 9
Sale Location

Alexandria, KY 41001
Company
We have contracted with a 30+ year antique collecter to sell his collections as he has decided to retire and pusue other interests. This will be the first of several auctions from a storage facility in Alexandria, Ky. We really have some nice antique furniture pieces, pottery, vintage advertising pieces and all sorts of collectibles.

100
Wood lectern on detailed footed base,
Has attached light that worked when tested. Measures approximately 38 1/2" tall. Top is 21" w x 18 1/2" deep. Base swivels. See photos.

101
Framed and matted "Rambling Rose print,
Signed and numbered by the artist. Measures approximately 32 1/2" t x 26 1/2" w. 1980 by B. Hampton, number 1053/1500. See photos for signature.

102
Old fashioned wood rocker with rocking foot stool.
Fabric covered, removable and needs cleaned. In good condition. See photos.

103
Primitive wood wall art. Two owls in trees.
Initials and numbers on back of each piece. See photos.

104
Animal skull which is decorated with colored sand.
Approximately 18 or 19 inches long. See photos.

105
Nicely framed and matted wall art.
Measures approximately 18 1/2" t x 15 1/2" w. See photos.

106
Cast Iron advertising piece for Hudson's Soap.
Possible water holder for your dog per the "Drink Puppy Drink" printed on each end. Measures approximately 16" l x 7" d. See photos.

107
Nice 5 drawer marble top dry sink
Has porcelain and brass drawer handles. Drawers are dovetailed. Measures approximately 32 1/2" x 18 1/4" x 30" wide. Some slight wear on drawer tops. Marble top is not permanently attached. See photos.

108
Ornate gold framed mirror.
Ornamental piece at top of frame needs to be repaired. Measures approximately 30 1/2" from top to bottom of mirror. See photos.

109
Mid century ceramic elephant w/high gloss finish
Approximately 15" l x 9 1/2" t. See photos for condition. No chips or cracks.

110
Two piece set of pottery marked Roseville.
Believed to be reproductions. See photos for markings. Oval piece is 11" x 7 1/2" w x 5" t and the small vase is 6" t x 5 1/2" w. Sizes are approximate.

111
Matched pair of candlestick holders
Marked Roseville U.S.A. and numbered. 1159 or 11s9.4n. May be reproductions. See photos.

112
7 1/2" vase marked Roseville, U.S.A., 90-7".
May be a reproduction. Measures approximately 7 1/2" t. See photos.

113
Two contemporary chairs
Made of a heavy type of plastic with chrome legs. Has handle on the back of the chair for easy lifting. These chairs are heavy and appear to be very durable. See photos.

114
Four contemporary leather and chrome chairs.
Leather is black and appears to be in good condition, chrome legs have some rust spots. Chairs measure approximately 18 1/4 inches deep by 22 1/4 inches wide by 32 inches high. See photos.

115
Two decorative glass bedroom lamps.
They measure approximately 13 inches in height and 4 1/2 in. square at the base. Both lamps worked when tested. See photos.

116
Two glass bedroom lamps
One has hanging prisms and missing one prism. One lamp came on one tested and one did not. Lamps measure approximately 15 inches tall with shade and approximately 4 1/2 inches in diameter. Shades are not original to the lamps.

117
One pair of glass bedroom lamps
Has hanging prisms. Both lights worked when tested. The lamps measure approximately 15 inches tall with the shades on and 4 inches square at the bottom.

118
Nice set of glass teardrop prism bedroom lamps
Lamps have different shades and both lamps worked when tested. Riser approximately 4 inches at the bottom and 12 1/2 inches tall with the shade on.

119
Nice detail on a glass candlestick lamp.
Missing one of the hanging prisms. Light came on when tested. See photos for lame details. Measures approximately 4 inches at the base and 13 1/2 inches tall.

120
Nice glass occasional lamp or bedroom lamp
Has a cranberry, etched glass shade. Lamp measures approximately 16 1/2 inches tall and 4 1/2 inches at the base. Lamp came on when tested.

121
One ceramic novelty light, made in China
Looks like a pot belly stove. Light worked when tested. The second item is a metal oil lamp with wick . Missing parts to complete the lamp. The knob states made in USA.

122
Unique black panther lamp & black panther planter.
Both pieces are ceramic with high polish glaze. Lamp worked when tested. See photos for style and measurements.

123
Bar style table with glass top and chrome base.
Table top measures approximately 24 inches in diameter and needs to be secured to the base. Base has rust spots please see photos for condition.

124
Brown metal plant stand w/decorative legs & stem
Measures approximately 28 1/2 inches tall by 12 inches in diameter. Matches lot number 125 and 126.

125
Brown metal plant stand w/decorative legs & stem.
Measures approximately 28 1/2 inches tall by 12 inches in diameter. Has a few paint scrapes on the top edge. Matches lot number 124 and 126.

126
Brown metal plant stand w/decorative legs & stem.
Has a few scrape marks on top edge. Measures approximately 28 1/2 inches tall by 12 inches in diameter. Matches lot number 124 and 125.

127
Nicely framed Western Art print of Buffalo Bill
Measures approximately 25 1/2" x 22". Frame has a few nicks which can be touched up .

128

129
Lots of detail on this wood, dimensional picture
frame with oil painting of kittens. Heavy duty hardware for hanging on wall. Measures approximately 18 1/2" x 16 1/2".

130
Boogie Board with name Michael Searle printed on
bottom of board. Has slight damage at bottom and top. Would make nice wall art. See photos. Measures approximately 35 1/2" x 19 1/2".

131
American motorcycle Association sign
On a piece of barn siding. Measures approximately 106 1/2 inches by 11 inches. See photos.

132
Beautifully framed piece of artwork.
Subject appears to be Madonna and Child. Slight chip in frame at the top. Measures approximately 23" x 19". Piece looks old.

133
Wood framed, double matted print of hunting dogs
Frame has a few scratches which can be corrected with stain. Frame is very heavy. See photos. Approximately 30" x 24"

134
Two metal flower boxes with liners.
One liner needs to be replaced. Boxes measure approximately 32 inches long by 8 1/2 inches wide by 12 inches tall. Items match Lot 135 and 136. See photos.

135
Decorative metal bench and table for the yard.
Bench measures approximately 26 inches tall by 28 inches deep by 21 inches wide. Table measures 20 1/2 inches in diameter and 141/2" tall. Items match lot 134 and 136. See photos.

136
Decorative metal bench for the yard.
Measures approximately 39 inches wide by 28 inches tall by 22 inches deep. Matches Lot number 134 and 135. See photos.

137

138

139
Assortment of DVD movies. See photos for titles.
One case contains three movies in the case for Steven Seagal.

140

141
Four hardback books and one paper back book.
Titles range from NASCAR Legends, Way Baseball Works, Dream Cars, Cadillac and Monster Garage Monster Nation. See photos for authors.

142
Reference books for the collector.
Books include Nippon Porcelain , Collectible Advertising, third edition, Haviland China, Little Golden Books Collecting and Rocks.

143
Three shelf metal folding plant stand
Has bamboo & flower design. Measures approximately 49 inches tall 520 inches wide by 10 inches deep.

144
Two retro style swivel chairs that raise & lower
Covered and a red metallic vinyl with white trim. Chairs are in good condition.

145
Fabric covered occasional chair.
Fabric needs to be cleaned but in good condition. Measures approximately 36 inches wide by 31 inches deep. See photos. Also matches lot number 146.

146
Fabric covered occasional chair
Measures approximately 36 inches wide by 31 inches deep. Fabric needs to be cleaned. Possible water mark on seat question. Matches slot number 145.

147
One ladder back chair
Has spindle front and woven seat. Slight chip on front lower piece of trim. See photos.

148

149
Pet Advent Calendar Hide A Treat A Day until
Christmas Display Box. Measures approximately 22" square by 4" deep. Lots of detail on the doors. Missing one rope pull on one door. Magnets hold doors closed. Some magnets missing on a few doors.

150

151
Child's wicker rocker
Measures approximately 27 inches tall by 18 inches wide. In good condition. See photos for chair design details.

152
Decorative wood and metal trunk.
Measures approximately 30 1/2 inches long by 16 inches tall by 17 inches deep. Lots of detail to the exterior. See photos for overall condition.

153
3 Decorative pillows.
One sequined pillow has a few missing. Two others are like new.

154
One vintage suitcase & one vintage looking case.
Suitcase measures approximately 24" l x 8" h x 13" d. Small case measures approximately 12" l x 5 1/2" h x 7 1/2" d. See photos for condition.

155
Victoria Ashley Original Design by Karen Kennedy
Made exclusively for Goebel. Limited addition number 283/1000. Original to box and packaging with certificate. Measures approximately 23" long. Face, hands and feet are Porcelain.

156
Prima violin and deluxe case with bow.
Made by Violmaster, model P-103, size 1/4. Like new.

157
One Clarinet by Accent, from the Buddy
Roger's Music Shop, Cincinnati, Ohio. Comes with carrying case, cloth and cleaning brush. See photos.

158
Mission style desk
Has a few nicks or chips on the top edges, otherwise in good condition. Measures approximately 48 inches long by 24 inches deep by 30 inches tall. Has three accessory drawers.

159
Nice turquoise fabric covered bench
Has silver button trim and tufted buttons on the seats. Legs are dark wood and color. Bench measures approximately 39 inches long by 18 inches deep by 18 inches tall.

160
Very attractive display piece from a model home.
Item stands approximately 29 1/2 inches tall by 24 inches wide by 7 inches deep. Lightweight material used, made to look like ornate glass on a metal stand. Dish is attached to the stand.

161
3 Ceramic wall hangings stamped Erma Gilliland
Duncan 1909 and 1910. The third one is harder to read. They measure approximately 12" x 10". One has a slight crack.

162
Detailed battery operated ceramic carousel on a
wood base. Ceramic clown figurine also mounted on a wood base. Did not test carousel as it is battery operated. Carousel is approximately 8 inches in diameter grandstands 11 inches tall. Figurine is 12 inches tall and 5 1/2 inches in diameter.

163
Antique tool box Drills For Taps. See photos.
Measures approximately 18 1/2" w x 10" t x 11 1/2" d. Has unique way to get to the bottom drawer.

164
Decorative wood chest with woven tin top
Believed to be made in China or India. See sticker on bottom. Measures approximately 17 inches long by 10 1/2 inches tall by 11 3/4 deep.

165
Steamer type trunk tagged "Concourse."
Has padlock and key. Measures approximately 30" l x 16" w x 12 1/2" d. Trunk is on wheels for easy transport.

166
Driver Fret saw blades and Driver jigsaw blades.
These blades were inside Lot No. 163, the antique driver blade box.

167
Spanish themed candle holders and crosses.
Some are wood and some are metal.

168
Native American pottery.
Two pieces are stamped on the bottom and one piece is unmarked. One Indian bowl is cracked. See all photos.

169
Two brass altar vases
Measures approximately 11 1/4" tall and 4 1/4" at the base. Some spotting on the outside. See photos.

170
Two ornate, porcelain wine bottles
And one half gallon Henry McKenna whiskey jug. Whiskey jug is 9 1/2" tall ant the wine bottles are 11 1/2" tall.

171
Scottie dog cookie jar
Measures approximately 10 inches long and 12 inches high. Paint is scraped in a few places. Can be touched up.

172

173
Royal Nippon hand painted vase.
Slight chips at bottom back of the vase and crack at the top. Measures approximately 12" tall.

174
Made in the USA brown paint pot with lid
And stoneware pot with lid stamped Chillicothe Ohio. Brown pot measures 6 inches at the top opening and 5 inches tall.

175
Several pieces of pottery.
Some hand painted some with high gloss finish and some flats. Two blue pieces are Daniel Boone pottery. The large Daniel Boone vase has been broken and one high-gloss vase has also been broken. See photos for condition.

176
Ceramic pottery wine jug and 4 wine cups.
Bottom of jug is marked ALFE. Bottoms of the cups are marked as well. See photos.

177
Folk art of two wood bears. Arms & legs jointed.
Right hand on small bear is damaged. Bears measure approximately 10" and 7" in sitting position. See photos.

178
Hand painted decorative vase made in Japan and
stands approximately 11" tall. Two hand painted elephants and one detailed, hand painted rhino. Rhino measures approximately 13" long by 8" h. See photos.

179
Ceramic Pitcher with 7 mugs.
Pitcher is 14" tall and has markings on the bottom. Two of the seven mugs appear to belong to a different set. Photos on each are different types of dogs. See photos for markings and condition.

180
Ceramic pitcher by Burley Winter.
Measures approximately 12" t x 6 1/2" at base. In good condition.

181

182
1 Set of horse head bookends & 1 set of monkeys.
Horse head book ends are Charlie. Head is broken on one and chips at the back base on both. See photos.

183
1776 - 1976 bookends, approximately 6" tall.
Material appears to some type of marble.

184

185

186
Interior decorative items.
Wall art piece measures approximately 10" x 6 3/4". Head figure is possibly a paperweight. See photos.

187
5 Christian Moerlein Beer bottles
And one Gambrinus? Stock Co. Brown Bottle.

188

189
Man Cave beer bucket, 4 beer glasses
And two packs of paper coasters.

190
Golf themed decanter with 4 on the rocks glasses.
Nice pewter golf emblem on the front of each.

191
Two pieces of Pyrex. One divided vegetable dish
And one 6 1/2" vegetable bowl. Both have lids.

192
Two decorative oriental plant holders.
Approximately 14" diameter by 11" tall.

193
One decorative oriental plant holder,
Made of ceramic and appears to be hand painted. Measures approximately 12" w x 10" t.

194
4 Piece Pyrex bowl set.
Set consists of one 4 qt, 2 1/2 qt, 1 1/2 qt and 1 1/2 pint. The pint bowl is chip on the rim, other pieces are in good condition.

195
3 Piece Golden Wheat Pyrex bowl set.
Small, medium and large.

196
Heavy set of ceramic bowls. Green in color.
No markings. Measures approximately 6 1/2", 8 1/2" and 10 1/2".

197

198
One ceramic covered dish by Louisville Pottery.
Measures approximately 8" in diameter.

199
Nice vintage Lance Cracker Jar.
Approximately 12" tall with red metal lid.

200
Gordon's glass display jar with lid.
Approximately 10" tall and 7" in diameter.

201
Yorktown pottery piece and one teapot
With strainer by Omnicare.

202
Vintage ceramic urinal with applied handle.
Stamped on the bottom. Measures approximately 9" long. See photos.

203
One ceramic smiley face mug and bowl, believed to
be made by McCoy and one pewter HBO decorative ice cream cup with scoop.

204
One 8 1/2" salmon colored planter by McCoy
And one 8" green and brown planter, believed to be made by McCoy.

205

206
Four pieces of ByBee pottery. Candlestick holders
And one strawberry jar. Jar is 5 1/2" tall.

207
Hand painted and embossed Chinese Ginger Jar
And two decorative, hand painted oriental dishes. Ginger Jar is 10" high.

208
Sterling Silver condiment holder
With accessories, plus one extra bottle. Hinge is is broken on two of the bottles. Glass jars have an etched vine pattern and have a different pour spout. Tray stands 15 inches tall. See photos.

209

210
Pottery pitcher with iris pattern and signed on
the bottom. One ceramic bowl with wire handle made by John A. Petree from Wilburton, OK. Pitcher is 8 1/2" tall and bowl is 8" in diameter and 4" tall.

211
Lacquerware nesting baskets on woven bamboo bases
With woven bamboo on the lids. Designs appear to be hand painted or formed by applying gold leaf. The largest basket is approximately 12 inches in diameter.

212
One pair of decorative Chinese lanterns.
There is a place for candles inside the lanterns. Measures approximately 6 1/2" in diameter and 10 to 11 inches tall.

213
Wooden mini collectible storage case
Measures approximately 19 1/2 inches tall by 14 inches wide by 2 1/2 inches deep. Missing knobs on front doors has magnetic closure.

214
3.1 Quart pampered chef roaster with lid.
Burgundy in color. Roaster in like new condition.

215
Old Fellows Syrup bottle, one unknown bottle,
And a glass jar with metal screw on lid. Glass jar is approximately 8 1/2" tans and 6" square.

216
Decorative ceramic pottery pieces.
The taller pitcher is numbered piece made in Germany. See photos for signatures/stamps. Pitcher made in Germany is approximately 9 1/2 inches tall.

217
Tulip vase and Chadwick ceramic bookends.
Vase is approximately 7 inches tall. Small chip on top rim, back side of the vase. See photos.

218
Mixed lot of miscellaneous ceramic/porcelain items
Coasters by Currier & Ives, rolling pin, spoon rest's, leaf shaped bowl, juicer top, two mini decorative wall plates and one mini decorative vase. See photos.

219
Four pieces of decorative pottery.
Some pieces have a glazed finish and one has a flat finish. See photos.

220
Vintage ceramic plant holders and one porcelain
Victorian figure which was a lamp base marked Germany 6289. See photos.

221
Two decorative, fawn pottery pieces.
One is a planter, see photos for the stamp and the other one is marked UCAGCO China, made in Japan. Both pieces in good condition.

222
One porcelain lion planter, 12" long and 9" tall.
Stamped on the bottom, LeBow of, Calif. one pair of birds, stamped made in Brazil, 4200.

223

224
Six champagne glasses and one set of four
Longchamp crystal wine glasses, 1.5 ounces each.

225
One metal 4 shelf display stand painted gold with
4 marble shelves. Stands approximately 6 foot tall, 30 1/4" w and 14" deep. This is a very heavy piece.

226
Decorative bust of a woman w/grape leaf hairpiece
Lightweight material used to make the bust. Stands approximately 18" tall, 10" tall and 9 or 10inches deep. Slight chip on the back. See photos.

227
2-1 Pound Jumbo Peanut Butter jars
With Ball screw on metal lids.

228
Unique piece of Hull Pottery. Small pink pitcher
Has unusual handle. Color is pink with black striations, leaf and flower pattern. Stamp on the bottom is Hall, T1 US copyright 55'. Measures approximately 6 1/4" tall.

229
One Hull and one Hall pottery pieces
Hull is aqua and grey candlestick holder and Hall is small vase.

230
Four opalescent hobnail glass pieces.
One piece appears to have a slight greenish cast and the other three are more white. See photos.

231

232
Three pieces of clay pottery.
One has a shiny finish with applied wine sign, one is a shirt pitcher with lid and the other is a container with three pouring spouts on the lip. Two of the pieces are signed on the bottom. All 3 pieces are like new. See photos for signature.

233
Four glass snack sets
Could possibly be Candlewick. All in good condition. See photos.

234
Wood table with tile top.
Measures approximately 22" tall and 11" square.

235
Mid Century Pottery by Haeger.
Measures approximately 19" tall, 16" wide and 6" deep. In good condition.

236
Decorative gas pump for the man cave.
Measures approximately 19" tall.

237
Unique grouping of sports figurines.
Basketball, baseball and football.

238

239

240

241

242
Decorative wine canister from Dover American
Sherry Wine, Westlake, Ohio. Approximately 14" tall.

243
Two Coca-Cola drinking glasses, two small Coke
bottles and a Coke tin container.

244

245

246
Decorative wall art and two mirrors.
The large mirror is approximately 17 1/4" in diameter.

247

248
Cardinal musical Figurine, Bisque Baby, has
chipped toe, Bisque Jan Hagara Collectors Club Charter Member desk sign p, 1987-1988 and two containers, handmade museum copies from Greece. See photos.

249
Wood crafts, Eagle, wild goose, 3 ceramic and
wood wall art and one plastic wall art. See photos.

250

251

252

253

254

255
Sharper Image RC 360 Rally Thunder Tumbler Car.
Did not test. Plastic football helmet.

256
Remote controlled car, without the remote
And a Star Wars fighter with R2D2 and C3PO.

257
Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse figures,
Accessories and 3 coffee cups.

258
Collection of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse,
Donald Duck and Goofy plush figures. Mickey Mouse shopping bag.

259

260
Syrian Trail Blazers hat and case.
Small brass camel. Hat from Harry M. Overs Co., NY.

261

262

263
Miscellaneous lot of pressed glass.
Broken handle on large glass basket and chips on ceramic yellow basket.

264
Vintage piece of pottery jar w/lid & ear handles.
Hand painted flowers on the front. Under side of lid has a slight chip. Measures approximately 10" tall.

265

266
Here's your summer ice tea or lemonade jar
Complete with pour spout. Approximately 16" tall.

267
Three small pottery pitchers.
One has signature on the bottom.

268
Assortment of mini ceramic jugs,
Some with advertising for Henry McKenna KY Straight Bourbon, Dunratty Mead, American Gothic and 1956 Little Brown Jug.

269
4 Kings Island Brown Glass mugs
And one Jimmy Carter Presidential mug.

270

271
Box lot of ceramic plates and compote.
Eggs dish has been broken and glued back together.

272
Two decorative vases. One is a swirled glass
pattern and the other is ceramic with high gloss finish and 4 handles at the top.

273
Three pieces of ceramic pottery. One pieces has
painted flowers on the front. See photos.

274
12" tall cranberry vase with frosted etching.
Mini cranberry and clear vase.

275

276
Footed commentary woven basket for Ivory Soap
Approximately 14 1/2" l x 8 1/2" h x 9" deep.

277
Footed pressed glass candy dish with lid in amber
and red. Pressed glass decanter in amber and blue JFK bottle with an iridescent cast. See photos.

278
General Electric Am/FM radio, Came on when tested.
Plastic retro radio, battery operated, not tested and Cookie Monster clock radio, battery operated. Battery holder is broken off and included in lot.

279

280
Several collector reference books from dolls,
watches, toys, Flea market Trader, antiques and hand built shelters.

281
5 Hardback books with topics such as Picasso,
Landscapes 1890-1912, 19th Century Design, Spain A History in Art, Costumes and Geography and Climate of South Africa.

282
Children's Books. The Dangerous Book for Boys,
Treasury of Literature for Children, Charley Skedaddle and Children's Guide To Knowledge.

283
Two tin containers, one is a Tiger Tin
and the other has Welcome To My Farm.

284
6 Reference books for antiques and collectibles.
4 By Schroeder's, 1 by Warman's and 1 by Kovel's.

285
Two decorative pieces.
One appears to be a copper tray a flower design, measuring almost 16" in diameter and a tin pot approximately 13" in diameter.

286
Two small suitcases. One child's marked going to
Grandma's and the other is black with metal corners. See photos.

287
Lighted Pepsi sign/clock which measures
approximately 18" x 18". Both lights and clock worked when tested.

288

289
Woman's Roller Skating Case with roller skates
Norwood Roller Club Cars and a pair of Girl Scout Socks. See photos

290
1962 Mattel Original Beanie Boy Randy Doll.
Has pull string for recorded responses. Worked when tested. Approximately 17" tall. See photos.

291

292

293
15 Pieces of pink depression glass.
Two glasses have a slight chip. One at the top and one at the base. See photos.

294

295

296

297
Three pairs of Walt Disney World Mickey Mouse ears
And one Mickey Mouse string pull toy. Worked when tested.

298

299
Decorative wall mounted bell with a Coca-Cola
bottle opener. Measures approximately 17 inches long.

300

301

302
Enamel ware pot with lid and bail.
Measures approximately 9 1/2 inches in diameter.

303

304

305
One metal lunchbox with thermos inside
And one decorative carrying case with strap.

306

307
NAPA metal truck, AVON glass truck
And tin motorcycle with sidecar.

308

309
Soul Spectacular 4 CD Collection, new in box and
Old Time Radio shows on Audio casseroles, also new in box.

310
Three tennis rackets, one with a cover.
Two are Spaulding and one by MacGregor.

311

312
Old theater seats that recline.
Metal sides which can be anchored to the floor. Arms are wood and numbered. Right arm on this set needs to be reattached. Seats and seat back are padded and fabric covered. Measures approximately 43 1/2" w x 33 1/2" t x 17" d. Matches lot #313.

313
Old style theater seats. Seats are padded and
fabric covered. Red metal sides and back. Sides can be anchored to the floor. Seats recline. Arms are wood and are numbered. Matches lot # 312. Measure approximately 44" w x 34 1/2" t x 17" d.

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315
5 Matching wood dining chairs.
Fabric covered seats which can be recovered.

316
Two handmade wood accent tables with tile tops.
Measures approximately 30 1/2" t x 12 1/2" d x 18" w. Marble block has been attached to one table top. See photos.

317
12 Drawer oriental cabinet.
Measures approximately 31" t x 16" d x 26 1/2" w.

318
Retro dining table, leaf and 4 chairs.
Covering looks new. Chrome on one chair has been spray painted. Table measures approximately 30" t x 40" w x 30" d. Leaf adds 8" wide.

318

318
Old wagon wheel with rubber tread.
Measures approximately 44" in diameter.

318

319
Two stained glass lamps.
Missing shade on church lamp. Lighthouse lamp has power cord for bulb. Lamp measures approximately 9 1/2" tall and the church lamp measures approximately 19" tall. Both worked when tested.

320
Stained glass hanging lamp with globe bulb cover.
Measures approximately 12 inch drop and 19 inches in diameter. Light bulb is loose inside globe. Two decorative pieces between the petals need to repaired. See photos.

321
Lamp with stained glass shade, 24" tall
The metal part at the top of the shade has been dented, keeps shade from hanging level. Should be able to be repaired. Lamp worked when tested.

322
Stained glass night light.
Measures approximately 7" tall and worked when tested.

323
Stained glass lighted church.
Measures approximately 10 inches long by 10 inches high by 6 inches wide. Worked when tested.

324
Stained glass church light on wood base.
Needs to be re-glued to base in some spots. Measures approximately 11 inches long by 12 1/2 tall by 6 1/2 wide. Worked when tested.

325
Red metal bucket with wood lid, made in India.
Measures approximately 10" tall x 14" in diameter.

326
Large copper kettle
Measures approximately 14" in diameter and 10" tall.

327
Swingspout watering can
Measures approximately 14 1/2" to top of spout and 6 1/2" in diameter.

328
3 Copper pots of various sizes.
Sea shell handles on one pot. See photos

329

330
2 metal decorator buckets of various sizes.
Have heavy metal and wood handles. See photos.

331
Bucket which appears to be copper and brass.
Approximately 19 inch tall. There are a few holes at the base. Measures approximately 9 1/2 inches in diameter.

332
Two vintage hat boxes.
One made to look like crocodile leather and the smaller one has an appliqué poodle and embroidered Eiffel Tower and the word Paris on both sides. The Paris hat box is missing the clasp.

333
Two decorative storage metal planters.
Approximately 8 1/2" x 11" and 8" x 8 1/2".

334
8 - 75 watt black light bulbs and one 4 pack of
60 watt soft LED bulbs. One wallpaper water tray.

335
Over the shoulder picnic basket with four plates,
4 Cups and four sets of utensils. Measures approximately 13 inches tall by 13 inches wide by 7 1/2 inches deep and appears to be new.

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337
Two sets of scuba fins. One marked Hydro light
And the other US Divers "Blast" and one set of goggles.

338
Neoprene wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins and
carrying case. Not sure as to the size of the wetsuit.

339
Cincinnati Reds Bobbleheads from Pepsi.
Danny Graves, Pete Harnisch, Adam Dunn and Austin Kearny's.

340
Collector Stein from The Games of The XXIVTH
Olympiad Seoul 1988 with numbered tag.

341
1994 Coca-Cola Stein #26255.
Thomas Kinkade "Emerald Isle" Stein, #A4072.

342
Stoneware pitcher with 4 matching mugs.
One souvenir Stein from New York and 1 glass Stein. See photos.

343
Four collector beer Steins.
Two are from Oldenburg 1992 and 1994, one Budweiser dated 1989 and one from West Germany. See photos.

344
Three beer steins. One marked Heidelberg,
Pilsner and Cardinal (marked W. Germany).

345
4 Pieces of Roseville.
Creamer, sugar bowl and two candlestick holders. Slight scratch on edge of creamer. Believed to be reproductions.

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Beautiful Bird in a cage. Works off batteries and
the bird will chirp and move. Donkey ceramic pitcher from Pier I and a ceramic and wood stand bowl from FTD.

348
3 Boxes of KISS Alive Collector Cards.
7 Cards per pack and each box contains 36 packs. Never opened.

349
Two Tall Stacks styrofoam hats and one pair of
ladies Victorian era lace up shoes in brown leather.

350
Cotton batting, boys suit from the 1920s her the
notes, old pillow case and basket liner inserts. One vintage pair of pantaloons, old doll clothes and quilt top good for salvaging pieces.

351
KD 610-4645 Triangle Flare Kit from the KD Lamp
Co., Cincinnati, OH. Setup instructions on the inside cover.

352
Heavy metal advertising sign for Pan-AM Motor Oils
Measures approximately 30" in diameter.

353
Vintage Baby bassinet on large 4 wheel frame.
Needs to be fully attached. Lined with pink quilted material. Measures approximately 37" L x 27" T by 21"D.

354
Definitely for the man cave or the hunting lodge.
Antler lamp is approximately 27" tall and worked when tested. Matches lot #355.

355
Three piece candle set made out of deer antlers.
Matches lot #354. Candle holder on one set needs reattached.

356
Mattel Sew Magic Easy Sew Sewing Machine
With instructions. Small clear plastic case with contents.

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Trump 2020 Keep America Great 2 piece
Commemerative Knife Set. See photos.

359
Metal toolbox, 26 inches long with one tray,
Large flashlight needs battery, new heavy duty pop rivet tool and number 75 plane, 7 inches in length. See photos

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361
Roto Salt Feeder mounted on decorative wood.
Measures approximately 16 1/2" tall.

362
Acorn Wares UHL Pottery Co., Huntingburg, IN
Measures approximately 9 1/2" T x 7 1/2"in diameter.

363
Kobe Bryant print of a picture.
Measures approximately 20" x 17" with mat.

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Elvis and Marilyn prints with mat.
Measures approximately 20" x 16".

367
Honeywell Humidifier, 4 can portable cooler which
looks like a refrigerator and 24 piece set of glasses. 12 rocks and 12 cooler glasses. The humidifier and the cooler came on when tested.

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369
Two military shirts with insignia's.
One marked large and one marked 16 1/2 x 32.

370
Military Uniform. Size is 42R.
One patch has been removed from the left arm.

371
Very heavy collegiate or school double breasted
coat. Silver buttons with "P" and insignia patch of a knight on a horse. Leather trim around cuffs and inset pockets.

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374
Ladies Harley Davidson boots, size 8 1/2
One pair of boot cut jeans, Miss Me size 27.

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Ladies shoes from slippers to boots.
Two pairs of insoles. Shoe sizes ranging from 6 to 10.

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380
Men's dress shirt, size XL, ties, western belt,
Change holder and comic character hats.

381
Vintage child's wicker rocker and doll chair.
Rocker has been glued in a few spots. See photos for condition.

382
Red Wing Stoneware #3 jug with handle.
Approximately 14 inches tall and 10 inches in diameter.

383
North Star #2 crock jug with handle.
Approximately 14" tall and 9" in diameter.

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4 Ceramic pottery pots.
The two matching pots are stamped McCoy, 1488.

387
4 Planter pots and one small stand.
Glass pot is in a copper holder, small gold McCoy, small white Hull and yellow urn style.

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390
Girl Scouts Memorabilia.
Patches, pins and ribbon. Measures approximately 13 1/2" x 17".

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Framed Baseball Players from years gone by.
Centerpiece is Babe Ruth. Deluxe frame measures approximately 25' x 25".

394
King #5 crock jug with cork stopper.
Approximately 19 1/2" x 12".

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396
Unusual decorative accent table.
Approximately 24" t x 12' across.

397
Retro style chair,
Chrome & red leather like material.

398