Large 2 Day Ochsner Estate Auction!

Auction in 201 E Boonville-New Harmony Rd, Evansville Indiana, United States

17 Saturday
August 17th, 2019 4:00 AM
Sohn & Associates, Ltd.
Phone: 812-467-0227

Large 2 Day Ochsner Estate Auction!

Auction in 201 E Boonville-New Harmony Rd, Evansville Indiana, United States

Saturday at - 17th August , 2019

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HUGE TWO DAY PUBLIC ESTATE AUCTION Friday, August 16th at 4 PM Saturday, August 17th at 9 AM GREAT SELECTION OF ANTIQUE FURNITURE - PRIMITIVES - MUSIC BOXES – CHINA - GLASS - BRONZES & OTHER STATUARY – STONEWARE – CLOCKS &nda

HUGE TWO DAY PUBLIC ESTATE AUCTION

Friday, August 16th at 4 PM

Saturday, August 17th at 9 AM

GREAT SELECTION OF ANTIQUE FURNITURE - PRIMITIVES - MUSIC BOXES – CHINA - GLASS - BRONZES & OTHER STATUARY – STONEWARE – CLOCKS – BANKS - POCKET WATCHES -  TOOLS & HOUSEHOULD MISC - MUCH MORE!

Location: The Vanderburgh County 4-H Center at 201 E. Boonville-New Harmony Rd. Evansville, IN. 

Directions: From Hwy 41 N in Evansville, go West on W. Boonville-New Harmony Rd to left at the 4-H Center and follow the signs.

Conveniently Located between Louisville, St Louis, Indianapolis & Nashville

Preview: THURSDAY, AUGUST 15TH 12:00-6:00 PM

To settle the Estate of Norma and Gerald Ochsner of Evansville, IN

Note: Gerald and Norma were avid collectors. This fantastic auction will include the entire contents of their home and will offer something for everyone. Please make your plans now to come join us! The following are just some of the Highlights.

ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Several china & curio cabinets; eterge; secretary bookcases incl a triple; sectional bookcases; cylinder desk; child’s roll top desk; Davenport desk; drop front desk; pie safe; kitchen cabinet; wardrobe; bedroom furniture; half tester bed; carved Victorian sofa; chaise lounge; day bed; dining table; night stand; numerous nice occasional tables including marble top; marble top coffee table; fire screens; pedestals include marble; mirrors; small church bench; nice rockers; quality uph & other chairs; high chair; piano stool; carved oriental screen; tiered stand; game table; floor & table lamps; large round butcher block table; much more!

COLLECTIBLES: Nice inlaid burl walnut lift top box; a selection of military trench art; vintage National Cash Register 313; Firkins & other treenware; stick telephones; oak wall telephone; framed Liberty Bond poster, Lincoln; mother-of-pearl handled flatware; iron strong box; inkwells; a leather Vanderburgh County Sheriff jacket w/arm patch; a 1955 Marilyn Monroe calendar; a framed Schlitz adv. print, 1973; 12 blown up pictures of Evansville from old postcards & photos; large wood baled bucket; Bernardin Bottle Cap Co. salesman sample box w/assorted caps; hat boxes; Victor Toys child wash machine; celluloid collar box w/collars; two vintage cameras; a boxed Magic Lantern w/slides; ACI Columbia meat & juice press & another press patd 1887; ornate brass picture fame; Jensen boxed steam engine; Victorian cloth basket w/china doll on lid; copper pitchers, coffee & teapots, measures; iron balance scale; Atwater Kent radio w/horn; tin pudding & other molds; metal Greenriver Whiskey adv. sign, “She was Bred in Old Kentucky” 24” round; a Cook’s Beer adv. framed poster, His Master’s Choice; Enterprise double wheel coffee grinder #9; Simplex boxed toy typewriter; several candy containers; vintage T.V. light; Duck Decoy, Ltd. Ed; small sterling silver pepper grinder; Arcade crystal wall coffee grinder; ornate coffee mill; set of Mickey Mouse Library of games; porcelain doll; doll trunk; crocks and jugs; cast iron figures; doorstop; some lighters and ashtrays; miniature Singer sewing machine; cast iron banks; fancy celluloid folding hanging mirror; metal Coca Cola emblem; Soapstone vase; Fraternal voting box; glass fly catchers; cast iron seal, lion; oil lamps; brass serving bird; Parade torch; ornate picture album; two volumes of Soldier in the Civil War 1890; 2 jars of marbles; granite coffee pot; USA West Point military Shako hat; match holders; some Indian relics; Adlake SAL railroad lock; powder horn; handcuffs; Clark’s 6 drawer spool cabinet; several Jockey hitching posts; weather vane; wood butter churn, stenciled; spinning wheel; chicken feeder; much, much more!

MUSIC BOXES: 3 Edison record players w/horns; a Columbia Grafonola oak cased record player; an Olympia oak cased record player w/8” discs; small boxed portable record player; Squeeze box Accordion; Edison upright record player; mechanical organette w/decorated box; Thoren music box;

CLOCKS: Two Royal Bonn china mantel clocks; Seth Thomas; Ingraham & other mantel clocks; Bracket clock; celluloid clock; Master Crafters electric automated clock; Windsor B.O. clock w/propeller; Statue of Liberty light w/clock; assorted wall clocks;

CHINA & GLASS: A large selection includes 2 Moriaga oriental vases; a Royal Rudolstadt floral pitcher; other pitchers; pair of Goday type porcelain figures; Czech rooster pitcher; numerous cake stands; Weller jardinière; pie birds; Inarco head vase; Silver overlay ash tray; 3 piece Carmel slag table set; perfume bottles; paper weights; pink depression glass dresser set; 2 decorated Bristol glass vases; Oriental Satsuma vase, dragon mounts, signed; pattern glass compotes incl. a elephant; Phoenix style vase, grass hopper decoration; Amber glass stein; Crackle glass pitcher; pin cushion doll; Venetian glass doctor figure w/baby; several cookie jars; Blue Bird on nest covered dish; pattern glass pitchers, large punch bowl & cups; numerous other pieces;

BRONZES AND OTHER STATUARY:  Bronze figure of a lady on a onyx base, signed George Omar; bronze Mercury figure on fancy base; several vintage Remington bronzes, signed, copies; Kauba bronze signed, copy; bronze Art Nouveau bust; other bronze busts include a Art Nouveau; Art Nouveau metal figure; bronze figural ash tray; other metal statues;

POCKET WATCHES: Approx. 60 including open & hunting case; they include Illinois, Elgin, Waltham, Hamilton, Hampden, Young Han, Lord Elgin, Bulova, Gruen, Westclox, Bulls Eye, Seth Thomas; several wrist watches and watch chains.  

Preview: THURSDAY, AUGUST 15TH 12:00-6:00 PM

Sale Order:

Friday - Primitives, Hitching Posts, Tools & Household Misc, Collectibles

Saturday – Furniture, Bronzes, Music Boxes, Clocks, Watches, Collectibles, China, Glass and Pocket Knives, (We will be selling in two auction rings, so please bring a friend!)

Terms: Cash, check or debit/credit card on day of auction. A 3% buyer’s premium will be charged, with a 3% discount for payment by cash or check. All items are selling on an “AS-IS” basis and are available for inspection prior to bidding. For checks written in the amount of $1,000 or more, a $500 credit card authorization will be required.

Online & Absentee Bidding: If you cannot make it to bid live in Evansville, you may leave pre-bids or bid live online for certain items at www.Proxibid.com/Sohn. Please note online terms before bidding. We also gladly accept absentee and phone bids on all items!

Auctioneers: Trent Sohn #AU19700067, Don Sohn #AU01000328, Doug Emig #AU10700088, AC#3000022