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The Region's 1st Choice For Auctions!


by Beckort Auctions, LLC


MARCH 2 (FRI) & MARCH 3 (SAT) - LIVE AUCTION-FRI at 6:00 PM & SAT at 9:30 AM Eastern


Living Estate of Morris E. White
Lanesville Heritage Community Building
Lanesville, IN 47136


Note: this auction has been changed to a two-day format! Complete listing & photos coming soon! Auction held in a heated building with plenty of seating, NO buyer's premium or sales tax & it all sells ABSOLUTE!

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Conducted By

Beckort Auctions, LLC

115 E. Chestnut St.
Corydon, IN 47112


Auction Listing




Location: Lanesville Heritage Community Center, Lanesville, IN

DAY #1: FRI MARCH 2 6:00 PM

DAY #2: SAT MARCH 3 9:30 AM

COUNTRY PRIMITIVES: Dazey #40 glass butter churn; 50’s red-top churn; milk/cream galv cans; Purity Maid milk cooler; egg basket; milk bottles; cast iron pitcher pump; blue swirl granite pail; galv washtubs; 50’s green Pleasure Chest cooler; coal buckets; cast iron; canners; split hickory baskets; 50’s metal lawn chairs; snow sleds; shoe lasts; cross-cut saws; barn lanterns; canning jars; strawberry carriers; kitchen primitives; sausage stuffer; ice tongs; sad irons; etc.

VINTAGE LAMP/LANTERN COLLECTION: 300+ lamps/lanterns, various types/sizes/colors!

SPOON COLLECTION: 1000-1500 piece collection, large variety!

MCADAMS BASKETS: signed J. McAdams 1974 low-profile 9” dia; signed J. McAdams ’72 12” dia basket; unsigned basket

VINTAGE TOYS: Early Buddy L toy truck; 50’s toy wheel barrow; early “Hy-Speed” steel wheel toy wagon; 50’s Radio Flyer red wagon; 40’s green Rex Rocket wagon; tin-type 50’s-60’s doll houses & toys; 50’s cap guns
ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES: Chicago oak wall telephone; Belknap water jug w/brass spigot (NICE); Belknap duster; Coca-Cola 50’s alum bottle carrier; Ingraham ornate mantle clock; early regulator style clock; Zenith Trans-Oceanic radio; 50’s radios; vintage hand-made quilts; pink depression glass; Paul Breguette watch case; advertising fans; vintage buttons; ’39 Harrison Cty phone directory; Producer’s cane;  late 80’s-early 90’s baseball card collection; license plates; Occupied Japan items; cook books; costume jewelry; McCoy stoneware; antique glass; rooster & hen/nest collection; etc
ANTIQUE & SEMI-MODERN FURNITURE: Keller “Old Capitol II” dining room suite (cupboard, table, 6 chairs); massive oak twist-leg table w/glass ball & claw feet; Victorian marble-top occ table; early marble-top dresser w/mirror; ornate Waterfall-type blanket chest; ornate small writing drop w/fold front; quality display cabinet, brass/oak corners (48”w x 24”d x 42” tall); oak store-type glass display cabinet; cedar glass-door display cabinet; walnut end table; chairs; oak drop-front secretary w/mirror; oak chiffarobe w/mirror; glass display cabinets; 50’s white ptd kitchen cabinet; 50’s green/white chrome dinette set; 50’s red/white kitchen stool; ptd oak washstand; oak hall tree; sewing rocker; cedar line blanket chest; primitive benches; antique reading lamps; drying racks; maple/walnut 3-piece bedroom suites; (2) spool-type twin beds; Lazy-Boy recliner; platform rocker; couch; maple coffee/end table set; plant stands; etc 
APPLIANCES: Frigidaire refrigerator/freezer; Gibson refrigerator/freezer; Hotpoint upright freezer; Whirlpool Estate washer; Maytag dryer; microwave; Maytag blue wringer washer; (2) kero heaters; Kenmore sewing machine 
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS & MISC: Kitchen items; linens; cooler; household items; folding tables/chairs; sewing baskets/notions; Sentry safe; etc
GARAGE ITEMS: Craftsman 2HP/20 gal air compressor; long-handled tools; antique tools; step ladders/stools; tool chest; shop-vac; push plows; wheelbarrow;

OWNER: Living Estate of Morris E. White
NOTE: THIS IS A VERY BRIEF LISTING! MAJORITY OF AUCTION WAS BOXED AT TIME OF LISTING-LOTS OF SURPRISES! Doors open at 4:00 pm on Friday & it all sells ABSOLUTE. NO sales tax or buyer’s premium!          


1) Beckort Auctions, LLC has put forth every effort in preparing the catalog for this auction to provided 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) LIVE INTERNET BIDDING: Refer to the terms and conditions when registering for this option.
3) CREDIT CARDS (when applicable): All accounts must be settled at the conclusion of the auction. We accept Visa & MasterCard only. Your credit card will be charged for your purchases, plus buyer’s premium (if applicable), and any taxes. A pre-auction authorization 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.
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5) 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) 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) 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.
8) The auction company shall not be held responsible for any “missed” bids or bids unseen by the auctioneer.
9) All sales are final.


From I-64 exit #113 (Lanesville), south on Crandall Lanesville Rd 2.2 miles, left (east) on SR 62 0.6 miles, then left (north) on Memory Lane approx. 400 ft to site. Watch for signs.