ED AND BEN SCHAFER,
AUCTIONEERS
LONG REAL ESTATE AND CHATTEL AUCTION
2002 BUILT SPACIOUS 1926 SQUARE FOOT RANCH HOME – FULL UNFINISHED BASEMENT W/
POURED WALLS – OVERSIZED ATTACHED 2 CAR GARAGE – 2 LARGE BEDROOMS – 2 FULL
BATHS – REAR DECK – LARGE CITY LOT – 1984 FORD THUNDERBIRD – MODERN FURNITURE
– ANTIQUES – CLOCKS – WATCHES – GUNS – TOOLS – AND MORE – OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS!!!
SATURDAY, APRIL 4TH @ 10:30 A.M.
(REAL ESTATE TO SELL @ HIGH NOON)
240 SOUTH 7TH ST. – McCONNELSVILLE, OHIO 43756
DIRECTIONS:  In McConnelsville, Ohio turn off Main St onto South 7th Street @ Citizens Bank.  Travel 2 ½ blocks to auction site on your right.  Signs will be posted.
Opportunity Knocks w/ this exceptional offering of Real Estate. This 1926 sq. ft. home has an attached 768 sq. ft., 2-car garage situated on a large
city lot. This ranch style home was built in 2002 and consist of an open concept floor-plan. The large front foyer opens into a spacious living-
room, kitchen w/oak cabinets, open dining area, office/setting/3rd bedroom.  The master bedroom has outside access to rear deck w/ a master
bath and walk-in shower and corner jet tub. Second bedroom features a full guest bath and utility closet. Full unfinished basement has poured
walls – it is currently used to accommodate storage, but could easily be finished into a family area or a man-cave. Asphalt shingled roof, public
water & sewer, forced air gas furnace & central air. This home is move in ready to fit anyone’s needs. Exceptional Opportunity to purchase a
family home or place for retirement in Historic McConnelsville, Ohio.  Opportunity Knocks!!!
INSPECTION DATES:
SUNDAY, MARCH 22nd FROM 2:00 P.M. TILL 4:00 P.M.
TUESDAY, MARCH 31st FROM 5:00 P.M. TILL 7:00 P.M.
TERMS ON REAL ESTATE: There will be a 10% buyer’s premium added to your bid price to determine contract price.  $2,500.00 down the day of the auction to
the successful purchaser, balance due at closing (with 45 days).  Property sells “As-Is/Where-Is w/no warranties implied or expressed.  Property sells w/no
contingencies, financing or otherwise.  Secure Title will be handling the closing. All information contained here-in was derived from sources believed to be
correct, but not warranted.  Any announcements on the day of the auction, take precedence over any and all printed material.
AUTOMOBILE: 1984 FORD Thunderbird 2 door coupe, 71,000 miles, 6-cylinder engine, 1 family owner, garage kept, well maintained.  GUNS: Ruger P95 Pistol
w/holster; 870 Remington Wing Master 12 ga. pump w/2 barrels; J. Stevens 410 #1078 single shot; Braztech Rossi 12 ga. single shot; 1913 US Arms #87743 5
shot 38 pistol; KL3272 CBC/FIE model 122-22 long rifle w/scope; 50 cal. CVA Staghorn mag rifle; Daisey Powerline 990 rifle; 2 reloaders (12 & 20 ga);
CLOCKS,
CASES, JEWELERY/CLOCK REPAIR TOOLS;
Large Standard Electric time Masters clock from Philo High School, complete w/paper ribbon & mechanism; Seth
Thomas Grandfather; Bulova Adv. wall  clock; Grandfather clock test stand; Wall clocks; Mantel, Anniversary, Table, Alarm, Novalty Clocks; Jewelers work
bench; Watch repair & cleaning tools; Watch cleaner by Peerless; Jewelers torch; E-Z Way ring sizer by Barney Wenner Co.; Pocket Watch crystal press;
Cabinets & boxes full of pocket watch, clock crystals; Clock, Watch & razor repair parts; Large amount of Clock cases (Grandfather, Humpback, Wall, Mantal &
others); Clock repair manuals; Display cases;
COLLECTORS ITEMS: Watches-40th Anniversary of Longs Jewelers w/w, 1935 Chevrolet w/w, Disney & others;
Dueber Silverline-Elgin Natl' Watch co. Pocket watch; Regina-Swiss Made Pocket Watch; Bulova, Westfield, Elgin & other pocket & wrist watches;1875 Morgan
Co. Atlas; 647 Life-like porcelain doll; Mason Jars; Baskets; Glassware; Oil Lamps; Tin Train Engine; Granit items; Wooden Iron board; Oak fern table;
Croquette set; Pottery-McCoy wall pocket, rocking chair, car planter, other pottery; Galv. Washtub; Hand carved canes; LARGE Nascar collection; Beer, Auto
racing wall advertisers & posters; Zippo lighters;  FEW Old Coins-1944 Miss Stamped Penny, 40's & 50's Pennies, Collectors Dollars;
FURNITURE, APPLIANCES,
MISC. HOUSEHOLD & OTHER ITEMS:
Round table w/4 chairs; OAK dinette table w/6 chairs; Couches; Recliners; End tables; Chest of drawers; Misc. lamps;
Store display cases; Kitchen island; Corner Computer desk; Roll top Desk; Cain/bent wood rocker; TV's; Mirrors; 50's Blond bed; Gas heater; Oak gun rack;
Apartment refrigerator; Shelving units; Sport-Craft pool table; GE Washer; Amana Dryer; Frigidaire Elect. flat-top stove; Frigidaire dishwasher; Frigidaire
side/side refrigerator; sewing cabinet; Singer, Simplicity sewing machines; Simplicity SL435OD surger; Sewing notions & materials; Decorator items of all
sorts; Home interior; Fish tank; Small appliances & kitchen items; Pots; Pans; Bakeware; Holiday decor'; Complete security system; Leather saddle bags; DIY,
sewing, gardening, quilting books; Dog crates; Beer & Wine making kits; TOOLS: Roll-a-way Tool Box; Other Tool Boxes; Long handled Tools; Hand Tools;
Lawn Roller; Yard cart; Push mower; Gas cans; Ladders; Power Washer; Shop Vac; Work Lights; More...   
TERMS OF CHATTELS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK W/PROPER ID.
ALL PERSONAL PROPERTY TO SELL ABSOLUTE.
OWNER: BARRY G. LONG
AUCTION CONDUCTED BY:
ED AND BEN SCHAFER AUCTIONEERS, LLC.
BEN SCHAFER REALTY
DEAN L. BLACKBURN, AUCTIONEER/REAL ESTATE AGENT
740-621-1576     dean@benschaferrealty.com
WWW.EDANDBENSCHAFER.COM
740-305-5054        740-584-SALE
AUCTIONEER’S NOTE:  Due to health issues Mr. Long must sell his home.  After retiring and closing a 3-generation
jewelry, watch, clock repair and sales business that where his family has served the local area since the 1930’s.  Old
stock, parts, repair tools have all been moved to Mr. Long’s residence and due to the manner of storage we will be
unpacking boxes and cabinets up until auction day.  Treasurers to be uncovered.  Also selling quality appliances,
furniture, and household furnishings.  Early spring Auction.  Food and port-a-let available.  Bring a friend and a chair we
will be selling from two rings.  See you there,
Dean.