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E2O-Lanc«ster Fanning, Saturday, September 18,1993
A Public Sale of
clocks and watches was
held September 11 by
Charles L. Dagen, for
mer owner of Dagen’s
Supermarket in Willow
Street. The sale was
held at 801 Millwood
Road, West Willow, Pa.
for 263 registered
Prices included: Bail
ey, Banks and Biddle
tail-case clock $2lOO, 2
$470 & $2OO, Dudley
19-jewel pocket watch
$l9OO, carriage clock
$7OO, Bailey, Banks
and Biddle mantel clock
clock $375, Seth Tho
mas 8-day mantel clock
$2OO and 2 Illinois
pocket watches $460 &
Other items were:
Waltham pocket watch
es $3BO, $270 & $230,
Hamilton pocket watch
es $2lO, $l5O & $l4O,
pocket watch $90,1856
gold $1 piece $l3O,
patchwork quilt $435,
copper kettle $3OO, ear
ly Stanley plane $BO,
1903 gas engine $6O,
Elmer Thomas lard tin
from New Danville
$42.50, and Allis Chal
mers tractor with mow
er and plow $l5OO.
The auctioneers were
Roy and Eric Probst.
A Consignment Sale
of antiques, toys and
collectibles was held
September 11 at Horst
Auction Center, 2 I A
miles west of Ephrata,
Lane. Co., Pa. There
were 300 registered bid
ders at the sale.
Some prices received
were: antique Eberly
Brothers Ephrata shoe
store sign $l5OO, maho
gany Gov. Winthrop
desk $325, mahogany
table and 4 chairs $350,
mahogany china closet
$270, cherry slant-top
desk $3lO, cherry cof
fee end table set $l4O,
book shelf $l7O, square
oak extension table
$2OO, oak sideboard
$275, oak hanging cor
ner cupboard $l5O, oak
high chair $llO, Lionel
train set $l9O, toy
steamroller $2OO, toy
dump truck $75, green
Depression glass water
set $260, historic blue
creamer $235, 2 glass
inkwells $75 & $lOO, 5
piece sterling silver
serving set $220, rye
straw basket $llO,
Wedgewood tea set
$2lO, mantel clock
$lO5, oak telephone
$B5 and antique change
Auctioneers were T.
Glenn, Timothy G. and
Thomas A. Horst
A Public Sale of
coins and garden tools
was held September 11
for the estate of Benja
min H. Gerhart, 169 W.
Main Street, Reintyplds,
Lane. Co., Pa. There
were 210 registered bid
ders attending the sale.
Some prices received
were: 1950 Ford 8N
tractor $4lOO, snowb
lower $270, shredder
$2OO, • rototiller $155,
riding mower $250,
garden tractor $l2O,
disc $230, manure
spreader $675, brush
hog $375, lift carry-all
$lBO, trailer $110,1899
$2O gold piece $420,
FRIDAY, SEPT. 24. 1993
AT 10 A.M.
SAT., SEPT. 25. 1993
AT 9 A.M.
We Will Be Selling From The Former
Residence Of Stewart (Creepy) Eck,
R.R.#2, Jersey Shore, Pa. Located
Approx. 8 Miles South Of Jersey Shore
Along Rts. 44 & 880 In The Village Of
Rauchtown. Near Hindman’s Country
Store. Watch For Auction Signs. At The
Junction Of Rts. 44 & 880.
Friday At 10 A.M.- IH 300 WFE Tractor w/
Loader, Many Tools And Shop Equipment,
Log Splitter w/2 Cyl. Wise. Engine And 8”
Ram Cyl. From Cat D 6 Plus More.
Sat. At 9 A.M. 1 Pc. Corner Cupboard, 2
Drysinks, Glassware, Org. Collectibles,
Appliances, Oak Furniture, Cookstove,
Wood Stoves, 1987 Ford Aerostar, Primi
tives, Plus Much More.
Contact Auctioneer For Complete
Terms: Cash Or Approved Check By
Lunch & Parking Available
Tents If Inclement Weather
Conducted By; Vk
Scott Younßln & Associates
A1M666, (717) 323*9011
aX ■CMf* |(1
Of Cars and Parts
Sat., Sept. 25, 1993
Located 7 miles West of
Westminster, 5 miles east of Taney*
town on Route 140 to Tyrone Rd. 2651
Old Taney Rd. in Tyrone, MD next to
A&W Cabinet Shop.
Ford Mustang 1967, 6 cyl., 3 sp. 2,400
miles 95% restored, 72 Lincoln Cont. Mark
IV, 62 Cadillac convertible, 62 Chevy 2 door
hardtop, 62 Merc. 2 door sedan, 62 VW Dune
Buggy, 58 Ford pickup. 55 Buick (parts car),
54 Buick, 54 Olds 4 door sedan, 53 Ford 2
door hardtop, 48 Ford sedan, 48 Chevy, 40
Ford coupe w/Parts, 25 Chevy (basket case).
68 Dodge 4 door hardtop.
1926 Octogan Fry Visible gas pump 9 Ft. w/
glass top, Sm. Gas Boy Pump, Packard lug
gage trunk (early 30’s), old motor bike, steam
cleaner, old tools, set of paint booth lights,
20’s utility trailer.
Parts including - 1920 Dodge parts, 1966
Chevelle parts, 67 Mustang parts, 58 Chevy,
63 Cadillac, Model A transmission, chassie
etc., several engine blocks, 42 to 48 Chevy
Convert doors, 100’s of parts from 20’s to
60’s headlights, hubcaps, carb., old license
plates, This is only a partial list
JOE WRIGHT (410) 848*3170
Terms: Cash, Cashiers check or personal
check when accompanied by a bank letter
of gurantecd payment
Arthur Flanigan & Richard Miller
Phone (301) 271-2138
Not Responsible For Accidents
Lunch Rights Reserved
1907 $2O gold piece
$450, 1913 D $2O gold
piece $4BO, 1904 $2O
gold piece $590, two
1915 $2O gold pieces
$260 & $5OO, 1909 $2O
gold piece $460, 1915
$2O gold piece $5OO,
1893 $lO gold piece
$lBO, 1881 $5 gold
piece $145, 1912 $5
gold piece $l6O and
Roosevelt dimes $ll7.
The sale was con
ducted by Art Pan
MAY SALE $360, wheelbarrow
A Public Sale of anti- $ 120, Cub tractor $B3O,
ques and comic books disc $230, 6 stack
was held September 11 stones $192, electric
by Mrs. Helen May, at stove $65, iron kettle
Mays Greenhouse, 300 ' w/3 feet $75, Oliver ink
S. Washington St., blotter $95, packs of 3
Mechanicsburg, Pa. envelopes $2O to $29
Some items sold each, Ithaca Feather
were: 4 wagon wheels weight mod. 37 16
OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE, ANTIQUES, TOOLS.
THURS., SEPT. 23, 1993
Sale at 4:00 P.M.
Real Estate at 6:30 P.M.
Located at 542 Main St., Boro of Den
ver, Lancaster Co., PA.
2'/i story frame dwelling built 1799, beauti
fully restored with new wiring, plumbing and
replacement windows throughout
Containing eat-in kitchen, dining room,
powder room, living room and 2 other rooms
on Ist floor. 2nd floor 4 bedrooms, 2 full
baths, storage area. Attic, basement fruit cel
lar. 2 oil furnaces, home has been approved for
in-home commercial variance. This property
has lots of possibilities.
3 car block garage 46’x26’.
10% down day of sale. Balance at
For appt call 717-336-7456.
FURNITURE: Walnut Double Bed and
Dresser w/Mirror; 3 Drawer Dresser w/Marble
Top; Oak Dbl. Bed; Maple Student Desk w/
Mirror, 2 Oak Desks and Chairs; Pine Tea
Cart; Upholstered Chairs; Rockers; Recliners;
End Tables; Oak Plant Stand; Hall Tables;
Phonograph; Record Cabinet; Tall 3 Door
Wooden Medicine Cabinet; Folding Wicker
Dressing Screen; Walnut Server; “Hale” Hard
Rock Maple Dining Table w/2 Leaves, 4 Side
Chairs, 2 Captain’s Chairs and Matching 2 Pc.
Comer Cabinet w/Glass Door Top Display:
Wall Wooden Curio Cabinet; 8’ Oak Display
Cabinet w/Light; Bookcases; Baby Furniture;
Kitchen Table w/2 Chairs: Oak Drop Leaf
Table; 4’ Ornate Gold Leaf Mirror; Original
Oil Paintings; Table, Floor, Wall Lamps;
While Majestic Wood Stove; Wooden Utility
Cabinets; Rattan Porch Furniture; Picnic
Table/Benches; Gold G.E. Refrig., Bottom
Freezer; Gibson Refrigerator; Maytag
Washer; Hotpoint Dryer; Sweeper; Portable
Sewing Machine; Digital Co. Computer and
Related Equip.; Quilt and Quilt Tops; Com
forts: Blankets; Fancywork; Afghans:
Chime Clock; Alarm, Deco and Cuckoo
Clocks; Vases; Baskets; Steins; Stemware;
Agate Milk Pail and Pie Plates; Stoneware;
Oak Bench w/Meat Grinder, S & P Sets; Bava
rian Plates; Adv. Items; Old Photos; Post
Cards; Sleds; Bikes; Clothes Tree; Drying
Racks; Sm. Appliances; Pots & Pans; Kitchen
Utensils; Banks; Cast Iron Items.
TOYS; Hubley Corvair; “Black Sambo”
Marionette by Hazelle’s in Original Box;
Mary Hartline and Other Dolls.
GUN: Ward’s Western Field Model 30 16
TOOLS: Lawn and Garden Tools; Work
Bench; Table Saw; Router; Craftsman and
Other Hand Tools; Saws; Plywood; Lawns
caping Timbers; Storm & Other Doors; Trel
lis; 4”x6”xl2’ Oak Beams; New Replacement
Windows and other Items.
CAR: 1984 Honda Prelude, S Speed, A.C.
GERALD AND CHARLOTTE
Art Psnnebecker Auction Service
C. ShekJy, Atty.
gauge pump gun *s26o, Midnight comic books
J.D. bicycle' catalog $ll5.
$l6O, 24 comic books Little IKE Eichelbcr
sso9 and 3 Captain ger was the auctioneer.
SAT., OCT. 2 ii:oo a.m.
BUILDING LOT 6.528 ACRE±
Located In Bethel Twn., Lebanon
County-Comer Of Chase Drive & Far
mers Drive. Secluded But Convenient
To Interstates. From Exit 1 Of i-78 Go
East Follow Local Traffic Lane To Mt.
Zion Rd., S. On Mt. Zion To E. On Chase
Or N. On Farmers Drive From Greble
Terms: 10% Down At Sale Settlement
Attention Realtors: 3% Co-Broke Of
717-933-4201 Or 933-8264
0 Materials- Collectibles |
\ Sat., Oct. 2nd At 9:00 a.m.
I? At 232 West Market St.,
Jonestown, Pa. 17038 ]
(Sale To Be Held At Rear Of
Property In Large Barn.)
Furn. & Tools- Sm. Kenmore Under (
Counter Ref., 20”-30”-40" Elect. Stoves, \
Kerosene & Oil Stoves, Colebrook Fur- \
nace Wood Stove, Ward 220 Volt Table <
f Saw, 24* Alu. & 36’Wooden Ext. Ladders, :
0 3-Step Ladders, Agway Power Lawn ■
0 Mower, Painters Plank, Furn. Doilies,
\ Wooden Shelves, Old Dresser Bases, I
\ cane Chairs, Old Benches, Old Youth i
\ Bed. Rope Bed Parts. Approx. 75 Old \
I Drawers, Old Crown & Dresser Mouldings,
? Assorted Old Walnut- Oak- Cherrys Pine
? Poplar Boards. Oval & Rectangular
0 Marble Tops, Planks, 2-Man Saw, Tree
0 Pruner, Garden Tools. 2-Nice Ladies Blcy
l cle, Metal Storage Locker, Metal Beds &
\ Frames. Sled, Several Old Nail Kegs w I
I Nails, Roll Barbed Wire, Hand Saws,,
\ Braces & Bits, Carpenter Tools, Slick (
f Chisel, Lots Of New Plumbing Fixtures &
0 Hardware, Electrical Supplies, Vise, Misc.
0 Chains, Sockets & Wrenches, Ext. Cords,
i Power Tools, Fishing Rod, Etc.
\ Building Material- 15-Varlous Kitchen
\ Cabinets, Alu. Storm Windows. Alu. &
f Wooden Storm Doors, Interior Doors.
0 2-Free Standing Shower Stalls, 3-Bath &
0 Kitchen Sink, Formica Countertops,
0 Paneling & Plywood, Plastic & Wood
\ Mouldings, Vinyl Shutters. Medicine Cab.,
\ Building Paper, Carpet, Scrap Metal &
i Lumber Piles, Several Pcs. ’/*" Copper
\ Pipe, Bull Rope, Etc.
? Collectables- Deer Head, Flat Irons &
\ Griddle. Iron Skillets, Butchering Hooks,
\ Old Fashioned Meat Cutter, Lard Cans,
0 Glass Dresser Pulls, Butter Chum, Old
i i License Plates, Wash Boiler, Old Spagh
\ etti Maker, Lunch Pails. Old Oil Jar, Metal
\ Sprinkling Can, Etc.
I \ Guns: Baker 12 Ga. Dbl. Barrel Shotgun,
0 Savage Model 99.300 Cal. rifle, Old Shot-
J gun & Rifle Shells & Cleaning Rods To Be
0 Sold At 12:00 Noon.
\ Conditions By:
| Roy & Helen Deaven
0 KlelnfeHer’s Auction Service
\ 105 Chapel Street
\ Lebanon, Pa. 17046
\ Phone 717-272-7078