The Region's 1st Choice For Auctions!

The Region's 1st Choice For Auctions!


by Beckort Auctions, LLC


Apr 15, 2017 - 9:00 AM-LIVE EVENT Eastern


Harrison County Fairgrounds
341 South Capitol Ave
Corydon, IN 47112


Live Auction


'12 Chevy Truck: $23,500
'07 Buick Lucerne: $15,000
1906 Harrison Co Atlas: $650
Indiana Co Fan (water): $1,050
Wm Foster Anvil: $500
Early Sleigh Bells: $350
#3 Dinner Bell: $350
#1000 Clock: $1,800
#1002 Clock: $500
#1005 Clock: $900
#1007 Clock: $550
#1020 Clock: $1,200

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Beckort Auctions, LLC

115 E. Chestnut St.
Corydon, IN 47112


Auction Listing


Location: Harrison Cty Fairgrounds, Corydon, IN
(341 S Capitol Ave, approx. 25 miles west of Louisville, KY)

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Inspection Fri. Apr 14 4-5 pm

AUCTIONEER NOTES: Mark your calendars! This is sure to be one the best local auctions of the year! Fred has a superb taste for antiques & an eye for rarity! Fred has been an avid clock enthusiast since the 1960’s, worked at International Harvester for several years, & is known by many around Southern Indiana for his devotion as Corydon’s Town Board President (Mayor) for 40 years! Beckort Auctions, LLC is honored to have been chosen to sell this quality collection. Everything sells ABSOLUTE, & note this living estate is complete, nothing has been picked over here! NOTE: plenty of parking & seating at the NEW heated Talmage Windell Memorial Agricultural Building at the Harrison County Fairgrounds.

2012 TRUCK: 2012 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD, automatic, extended cab, LS, engine: 4.8L V8, exterior: silver ice metallic, interior: dark titanium, Flex Fuel, 17” chrome wheels, power windows/locks/mirrors, CD, 12K actual one owner miles-purchased new at John Jones! VIN: 1GCRKPEA9CZ181840

2007 AUTO: 2007 Buick Lucerne CXL sedan, engine: 3.8L V6, exterior: white diamond tri-coat, interior: cocoa/shale, 17” alum wheels, power seats, power lumbar, heated seats, leather, dual climate control, loaded, 6K actual one owner miles, garage kept-purchased new at John Jones! VIN: 1G4HD57257U232619 

70+ QUALITY VINTAGE CLOCK COLLECTION (LIVE INTERNET BIDDING AVAILABLE-SEE CLOCK CATALOG): Old Capital Bank of Corydon 42” regulator; Corydon State Bank Seth Thomas #2 regulator; Corydon Republican Seth Thomas octagon Regulator; Floyd S. Cunningham Jewelers; Ansonia Whisper porcelain; Ingraham Nile 39” banjo; Ansonia Rustic porcelain; ornate black onyx mantle; Ansonia La Layon porcelain; New Haven “Drink Belle of Bourbon” adv; Ansonia brass & crystal cased regulator; Brewster & Ingrahams steeple; Waterbury 8-day from Fred Griffin Collection; Ansonia La Manche porcelain; New Haven mahogany camel back mantle; Waterbury crystal regulator; Ansonia La Cruz porcelain; Amsterdam kitchen; Seth Thomas ogee clocks; Ansonia “Mermod Jaccard Jewelry Co” black mantle; E. Howard & Co Vienna 59-8; Ansonia Wampum porcelain; Waterbury 42” banjo; Ansonia La Rambla porcelain; Gilbert walnut; Seth Thomas column weighted; Gilbert Curfew black mantle; Kroeber #12; Seth Thomas rosewood; Westclox alarm from Martin Huff & Co Palmyra IN; multiple black column style mantle clocks; several oak kitchen clocks; Gilbert regulator; Ansonia Winnipeg porcelain; New Haven gothic mahogany; Ingraham Oriental rosewood; Seth Thomas cottage; Seth Thomas Plymouth Hollow rosewood; Ingraham oak octagon regulator; Ansonia La Grace; Forrestville oak calendar school; Gilbert mahogany; Session oak school regulator; French brass carriage; Seth Thomas mini schoolhouse; New Haven rosewood double round; several early NAWCC commemorative items & newsletters; 20+ clock price guides; etc

COUNTRY PRIMITIVES/ANTIQUES: EARLY Indiana Fan Co “Junior” cast water powered fan (RARE); 1800’s leather & brass 88”L sleigh bell set; 1916 Penn RR brass lock/key; Clapp & Bailey’s Remants 10-Cent counter display; C. Bell Co #3 cast bell on primitive post; vintage child’s electric toy steam engine (one of Fred’s childhood items); small spinning wheel; Keller wood wagon wheel; (6) early cast/wood school desks; round tin lunch cans; red ware vase; Victorian reverse ptd glass displays; barn lanterns; large paper shear; (2) milk cans; egg basket; several stamp early bricks (Medora, Bannons, Terre Haute, Carlyle, star pattern); Mit-Shel  minnow bucket; vintage tackle box; glass insulator collection; (2) white ptd book shelves; primitive tables; stoneware; copper 2 gal kettle; brass plumb bob; matchbook collection; (5) WWI US Boys Working Reserve Badges (buried); kitchen primitives; early tin egg separators; IN 1957 license plate (mint); US Army 1942 bayonet; 150+ hat collection; Russian nested doll set; wall mtd oil lamp w/reflector; cigar boxes; Hopalong Cassidy outfit; poker chip sets; cast dog doorstop; split hickory baskets; hat stretcher; glass bottle banks; Geneva cast fluter; political pinbacks; vintage coal bin; country store scales

ADVERTISING: Wolff Distillery Co “Old KY Whiskies” Louisville stone jug; early Banner Buggy litho adv cylinder; vintage “Drink Belle of Bourbon” advertising clock; 1948 Frank Fehr Brewing Co framed stock certificate; (2) early wood Fehr’s Beer bottle openers; “Enjoy Fehr’s Beer” large counter display

BRASS TELESCOPES: 1800’s era brass telescope, 40”, marked D.T. Lillle & Co New Orleans & Osw. Koriol, includes tin carry case; brass 8” telescope

IH INTERNATIONAL HARVESTOR MEMORABILIA: (4) 1960 Cub Cadet cast statues; (22) 1974 Cub Cadet cast statues; (4) 1949 Cub Bear cast statues; (2) 1976 Bi-Centennial Liberty cast bells; (2) Louisville Plant horseshoe cast ashtrays; IH 70’s Ertl models #1/#2/#3/#4; set 1984 Last Pour cast book ends; IH stapler; Cyrus McCormick 1931 token; IH 2.5 gallon fuel can; IH electric hedge trimmer; IH 3-ton bottle jack #188638-R91; IH walking stick; vintage Ertl Cub Cadet L&G/3588 toy tractors; Louisville Plant Cub Cadet belt buckle; matchbooks; Louisville Plant employee items; NOS Cub Cadet steering wheel center; IH blue work jacket; several IH giveaway items!

ZIMMERMAN ART GLASS: Signed Joe Z 1983 MJB “Corydon & Harrison Co 175th” #35 paperweight; signed Kerry Z 1991 MJB “IN Statehood 175th” #35 paperweight; (3) Kerry Z etched “Corydon” paperweight; signed Joe Z. 1985 orange pitcher; signed Joe Z. 1981 pumpkin; signed Joe Z 1983 pear; early 5-flower burst paperweight w/round sticker; small unsigned cobalt blue basket; (2) apples; signed Kerry Z 2003 “Harrison County” paperweight; unusual large cobalt blue “Corydon” brick; art glass flame award; signed Kerry Z 2002 “Fred” pw; (2) Corydon State Bank 60th Ann paperweights; assorted pencil holders & paperweights

MCADAMS HAND-MADE BASKETS (HARRISON COUNTY): Signed 1979 13.5” basket; signed 1981 12.5” basket; signed 1976 10” basket; signed 1973 8.25” basket; signed 1981 6” basket

LOCAL MEMORABILIA: 1906 Harrison Co Atlas; IN Constitution Elm gavel w/silver tag; SEVERAL clocks from Corydon businesses-see clock section; H.J. Friedly “Old State Capitol” photo; Keller 100th Anniversary oak rocker #86; vintage Harrison County Fair posters; (2) Blue Springs bottles; Corydon Wedgewood plates; Keller Furn. wood putter; (2) Town of Corydon parking meters; (2) “A Place To Belong-Corydon Images” books; Harrison County Fair items; Corydon yardsticks; “W.H.” hand-made inlaid cane; local advertising items; Underwood Motors mug; local bank bags; Keller Mfg posters; Old Capital wood barrel & replica banks; Keller wood display board

EARLY BOOKS: 1883 “Historical Sketches of Early Indiana”; “Three Decades of Legislature 1855-1885”; Vol I-II-III “Representative Men of Indiana”; set 1942 Audels Plumbers & Steam Fitters Guide

VINTAGE GLASSWARE/CHINA: Quality pressed glass; Roseville Apple Blossom 342-6” planter; glass baskets; set McCoy tulip vases; Fenton; crystal stemware; large amount silver plate items; servers; Nippon; depression glass; 60’s Pyrex Avocado 4-pc bowl set (new in box); new in box 1960’s era kitchen/gift items; ironstone bowl/pitcher

STERLING SILVER: Gorham “Rondo” 35 piece flatware set 

GOEBEL HUMMEL ITEMS: (12) collector plates (1971-1982); 20 +/- figurines  

ARTWORK: Gladys Moore “Corydon State Capital” print; (6) Ray Harm wildflower prints; (2) small D. Endsor prints; “Gen. John Hunt Morgan-CSA” framed print; “Col. Lewis Jordan-IN Legion” framed print; Charles Frace prints

POCKET WATCHES: Illinois Rockford Watch Co; ornate Waltham; Ingraham Viceroy; early watch chain

ANVIL: Early William Foster 1816 114# anvil, marked “I-0-II” (201 YRS OLD!)

SAFE: Early Kentucky Cash Reg Co-Louisville KY safe on casters-original pin stripping-excellent original

ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Early American walnut baby cradle; oak drop front secretary bookcase; oak dresser w/wishbone mirror; woven bottom rocker; ornate cast iron bed; early fold top square leg occ table; walnut washstand

HOME FURNISHING & GENERAL HOUSEHOLD: Keller Mfg dining room suite (corner cupboard, sideboard, & table/chairs); Tell City Young Republic 4-pc bedroom suite (reg bed, 6-drawer chest, dresser/mirror, nightstand); Tell City YR end table; Thomasville credenza; Lazy-Boy recliner; walnut coffee table; cherry end table; 60’s retro sofa (mint); brass lamps; Technics stereo; DMI office desk; Lifestyle 1500 tread mill; kitchenware & general household

LAWN&GARDEN: Troy-Bilt 21”/6.5HP push mower (like new); 40’ alum ext ladder; string trimmer; Craftsman tree pruner; long handled tools; hand tools; PHD; extension cords; lawn chairs; patio table/chairs

OWNER: Living Estate of Fred Cammack

DIRECTIONS: From I-64 exit #105, south on SR 135 0.9 miles, then left on SR 337/Capitol Ave 1.7 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 I-64 exit #105, south on SR 135 0.9 miles, then left on SR 337/Capitol Ave 1.7 miles to site.