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The Region's 1st Choice For Auctions!


by Beckort Auctions, LLC


Jun 03, 2017 - LIVE EVENT-9 AM Eastern


Tony & Judy Gettelfinger
6705 Clover Valley Road
Ramsey, IN 47166


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Highlights: country primitives, antiques, guns, knives, quality antique tools, Belknap anvil, hunting/fishing related items, etc!

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Beckort Auctions, LLC

115 E. Chestnut St.
Corydon, IN 47112


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ADDRESS: 6705 Clover Valley Rd, Ramsey, IN 47166
Located 2.5 miles SW of Ramsey or 8 miles NW of Corydon!

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SHOTGUNS: JP Saur & Son 16 Ga SxS exposed hammer shotgun (Suhl Germany); HJ Sterling 12 Ga SxS exposed hammer shotgun; Remington 870 Express Mag Youth 20 Ga slide action shotgun, rifled barrel; Eastern Arms 12 Ga single shotgun

RIFLES: HSB & Co “Rev-O-Noc” 22 cal falling block rifle, octagon barrel; HSB & Co “Rev-O-Noc” 222 rolling block rifle, 22 cal (from N. Hottel Estate-Corydon); Remington 22 cal rolling block take down octagon barrel; JC Higgins 103.16 bolt action clip fed 22 cal rifle; Springfield 56 bolt action clip fed 22 cal rifle; (2) modern BB guns; (2) vintage BB guns

QUALITY HAND MADE KNIVES: (3) knives hand crafted by Keeton Custom Knives of Laconia IN

KNIVES: Case XX 62168X knife; Case XX 2138 Sod Buster knife; WR Case 32131CY Canoe knife; Shapleigh Hdware stage knife; Schrade Old Timer Woodsman 165OT knife & sheath; Schrade Ducks Unlimited 13OU knife & sheath; DU 11-function multi tool; DU German multi tool; DU lock back knife; “Buffalo” J431 hunting knife & sheath; Cabela’s Club lock back knife; filet knife; Schrade hunting knife & sheath; Western hunting knife & sheath; Maxam hunting knife & sheath; Buck DU hunting knife & sheath; C. Schlieper German 99JR knife; Buck 501 2 ¼  “Esquire” antler handled knife; Ka-Bar 1189 knife & sheath; Browning 4018F knife; Schrade Walden pocket knife; Remington UMC knife; AL Cutlery knife; C. Schlieper Canoe knife; C. Schlieper “German Eye” Canoe knife; Rooster & Hen “Stockman” stag knife; Frieur Herder knife; Clark Cutlery 3-knife set Washington Co Historical Society Salem IN; Buck “Esquire 501” knife; Frost Cargill SL-7158 “Pawnee”

VINTAGE FISHING REELS: Pacemaster Duralife #400; Heddon Heritage 30; Bronson #2200 Green Hornet; Pflueger Summit 1993L/1893/1894; Shakespeare Criterion 1960/1958 Triumph GE

QUALITY MODERN BAIT CASTERS: (2) Ambassadeur 6500 CL3; Ambassadeur Ultra Mag Plus; Ambassadeur 5000C; Shakespeare Cirrus BC4000K; Shimano  Chronarch 100SF; Shimano Curado SF CU200BSF; Shimano Chronarch CH100B; Shimano Curado Bantam CU200BSF; (2) Shimano Calcutta 150; Shimano Calcutta 251 left; Mitchel 440 spinning; Zebco Cardinal 4; Garcia Mitchell 403 salt water spinning

MODERN FISHING RODS: St. Croix, Berkley, Cabela’s, Bass Pro, G. Loomis, Quantum’s, Shimano, hand-made Fenwick’s, etc.

FISHING EQUIPMENT: Large assortment of tackle & rubber worms; aluminum sinker molds; etc

HUNTING EQUIPMENT: (2) Tasco Bantam Pro-Shot scopes; Tasco 2.5x32 scope; Redfield 4x scope; Weaver V-22 scope; mounts; Tasco 10x25 binoculars; Smith’s knife sharpener; leather gun slings/belt; gun sleeves; 1940 Sportsman year book; Bear “Grizzly” 35# 58” bow; Groves Spitfire bow; indoor gun range back stop; trap thrower; gun cases; camping equipment; etc

GAME CALLS/DECOYS: (3) Greg Hoods; (4) PS Olt; (2) Knight & Hale; Ducks Unlimited 3-pc set; Frank Bryant; Burnham Bros; Art Beauchamp; G&S; Sure Shot; Buck Gardner; Lucky Shamrock; Burnham Bros Game Caller system; (3) hand-made duck decoys; (12) Mallard decoys; (4) wood duck decoys

AMMO: (800) rounds of Winchester Western SuperX silvertip 308 180 gram rounds (original vintage boxes); (2) boxes of 308; (2) boxes of Weathersby 7mm; Remington/Western ammo sets

AMMO RELOADING EQUIPMENT: RCBS Rockchucker reloading press (includes 8 dies); Lyman Tru-Line reloading press (222 & 30-06); CH reloading press; Mec Sizemaker 410 shotshell reloader; case cleaner/tumbler; ammo boxes; empty brass

CANOES: Richlane 17’ aluminum; Sawyer 15’ fiberglass

ANVIL: Belknap Hardware #1 174 lb farrier anvil-originally from New Albany Basket Co

CAST IRON SEATS: Oliver Chilled Plow Works; Duane H. Nash; Fuller & Johnson; Furst & Bradley Mfg; Chieftan; Solid Comfort; (2) unmarked

COUNTRY ANTIQUES/PRIMITIVES: 40/50 gal cast iron kettle with stand; Enterprise lard press on primitive stand; JD 2-hole corn sheller; H&N Gates #25 cast horse tie; horse drawn wagon on factory rubber; Coca-Cola cooler; galvanized sprinkler cans; washboards; brass hanging scales; minnow buckets; adv cans; galv feed buckets; hay hooks; ice tongs; hay forks/knife; meat saws; log hooks; rope/block sets; stainless milk buckets; flat top steamer trunk; children’s ice skates; barn primitives; (3) large porcelain light fixtures; primitive gambrel sticks; 30 gal copper kettle (rough); barn jacks; enamel large sink; steel wheels

COUNTRY KITCHEN ANTIQUES: Spong & Co #2 cast coffee grinder; (5) meat cleavers; “Old Hickory” butcher knives; Belknap kitchen scales; White Mountain “Junior” ice cream freezer; Reading Hdwr apple peeler; Winchester food grinder; 20+ pcs enamel/granite ware; granite lunch pails; Marshall #1 stoneware water cooler; 10+ flour sifters; oil lamps; stoneware; hand crank ice cream freezers; small fruit press; Bluegrass water cooler; sausage grinders; beam scales; cast iron; 

CHINA/GLASS: Franciscan Desert Rose tea set; 70 +/- pcs of Franciscan Desert Rose china; IN Const Elm Wedgewood plate; 20+ KY Derby glasses (1980 & newer); Cranberry glass; Kirk Stieff pewter serving set

ADVERTISING/LOCAL MEMORABILIA: Clover Valley Poultry Farm/Hatchery Ramsey glass thermometer; Crayden’s Chicks round knife; Crayden’s Hatchery measuring tape; Eaton’s Feed Mill & Hatchery Ramsey; IH lighter; Purina brass hanging scale; Old Capital barrel bank; Kockenratch amber New Albany bottle; early Fehr’s Beer tin mug-Derby graphics; (2) embossed “Prevent Forest Fires” signs; O-Hi-View chicken feeder-Leavenworth

VINTAGE TOYS: Slik Oliver 77 tractor; Oliver 1-row picker; Oliver pull type combine; Oliver baler; Oliver manure spreader; New Idea manure spreader; IH 544/656 tractor; IH Louisville walking stick; Wilsesco D5 toy steam engine

VINTAGE HAND TOOLS: (3) Belknap axes; axes (Simmons/Shapleigh); Winchester/Shapleigh/Hammond hatchets; 25+ hammers (Belknap/Keen Kutter/etc); hand axes; Blood broad axe; cross cut hickory saws; froe; hand planes; hand augers; hand saws (Disston/Shapleigh/Penn); Bluegrass vise; 

LONG HANDLED TOOLS: large selection of vintage quality LH tools; axes; shovels; sledge hammers; cant log hooks; picks; hoes; shovels; potato forks; bundle forks; pitch forks; Belknap straw fork; post hole shovels

GOLF BALLS: 35+ dozen used logo golf balls

UTILITY TRAILER: ’97 one owner 12’ utility flatbed trailer, 5000 GVW, 2 axle, barn kept 

CHAIN SAWS/SHOP ITEMS: Stihl 210C chainsaw; Homelite EZ chainsaw; Craftsman chainsaw; B&D pressure washer (new); (5) motors; power hand tools; 5+ log chains (1/4 – 5/8); chain binders; hand trucks; set interior telescoping mics; set digital mics; general hand tools; used galv roofing

OWNER: Tony & Judy Gettelfinger

DIRECTIONS: From Corydon, NW on IN-337 4 miles, right (north) on Clover Valley Road 2.6 miles to site. From Ramsey, west on IN-64 0.9 miles, then left (south) on Clover Valley Road 1.8 miles to site. 


General Terms of the Auction: Information is subject to change. All lots are sold as is, where is, with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. Due diligence is the responsibility of the bidder/buyer. All sales are final. No credit card charge backs will be allowed. Purchases may be removed upon receipt of payment in full. Buyers assume complete responsibility for care of each purchase at time of sale. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone. All statements made prior to the sale of any item take precedence over written material and any prior verbal statements. The auction company is not responsible for accidents, thefts, errors or omissions.

1. Catalog: Beckort Auctions, LLC has put forth every effort in preparing the catalog for this auction to provide accurate descriptions of all items. All property is sold “AS-IS” and it is the bidder’s responsibility to determine the exact condition of each item. Printed statements or descriptions by staff are provided in good faith and are matters of opinion.
2. Internet Bidding: If available, refer to the terms and conditions of the specific auction when registering for this option.
3. Payments: All accounts must be settled at the conclusion of the auction. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards. Your credit card will be charged for your purchases, plus buyer’s premium (if applicable), and any taxes. If method of payment is made by credit card, there will be a 5% buyer's premium applied. There is no additional buyer's premium if purchase is made with cash or check. A pre-auction authorization for on-line purchases will be performed to establish available credit. Debit cards may show a hold on funds for a short period of time. Nothing will be charged to your card until a purchase is made. Any transaction necessary to collect insufficient funds will have a $25 fee imposed. Cash and checks may also be accepted; however, be sure to have adequate funds in your account.
4. On-Line Bidding: Our on-line auctions move quickly! If you are interested in an item, bid quickly. If you win an item you will be notified by email. In order to have enough time to conduct authorizations, registration must be completed at least 24 hours in advance of the auction; if it is a multiple day event, 24 hours prior to the first day of the auction. If the day before an auction falls on a holiday or weekend, the deadline is the day before the holiday or the Friday prior to the auction.
5. Registration: In order to better serve our customers, all bidders must provide their name, address, daytime phone number, and email address at which they can be contacted. This is to insure good communication between Beckort Auctions, LLC and the bidder throughout any transactions.
6. Unpaid Balances: The purchaser agrees to pay all reasonable attorney fees and costs incurred by the auction company in the collection of funds. The purchaser also agrees that a fee of 2% per month be added to the balance of any unpaid balance due the auction company and any other costs or losses incurred by the purchaser’s failure to adhere to these terms. Any debt collection or dispute proceedings will be heard in Harrison County, Indiana.
7. Bidding: The auctioneer has the sole discretion to advance the bidding and may reject a nominal advance, should it in his estimation prove injurious to the auction. The auctioneer shall be the final judge in all bidding disputes and shall name a bidder as the purchaser. The auction company shall not be held responsible for any ‘missed’ bids or bids unseen by the auctioneer. By bidding on any item, the bidder shows acceptance of the terms of the auction.
8. The auction company shall not be held responsible for any “missed” bids or bids unseen by the auctioneer. The auction company reserves the right to refuse service to any person.
9. All sales are final. NO refunds.


From Corydon, NW on IN-337 4 miles, right (north) on Clover Valley Road 2.6 miles to site. From Ramsey, west on IN-64 0.9 miles, then left (south) on Clover Valley Road 1.8 miles to site.