Saturday May 11th, Starting at 10:30am
62152 Beech Circle Drive Cambridge, Ohio
Directions: From I- 70 take OH- 723 via Exit 176 toward US-22 / US-40 / Cambridge and go approximately 0.6 miles where you will
then turn left onto Glenn Highway / US-40 W / US-22 W you will go 3.1 miles, then you will turn right onto Meadow Road and you will
go about 0.7 miles then you will turn left onto Beach Meadow Road and go about 0.1 mile and then you will go left again onto Beach
Circle Drive you will go approximately 0.09 Miles when you will arrive at 62152 Beech Circle Road. Signs will be posted.
TOOLS: 12 1/2 hp Snapper riding mower w/ 30”cut; dorm fridge; gas cans; motor cycle bead breaker; multi-volt
power source; lots of allen wrenches  - metric/standard; carbide light; crescent wrenches; 2 ton floor jack;
channel locks; box end / open end wrenches; Kobalt metric / standard ¼” drive socket set; Kobalt socket set;
screw drivers; Kobalt 32 pc.double drive screw driver set; Kobalt 20 pc. double drive extendable ratchet set;
Dremel Tool w/several attachments; Jig saw; Task Force 59 pc. screw driver set; drill bit sharpener; back
packs/tool bags; lots of misc. hand tools; Troy Bilt 2500psi pressure washer w/ Honda Motor; dolly / cart; pipe
cutters; propane tank w/ single heater; levels; deep well sockets; DeWalt cordless drill w/charger; impact wrench;
in & out boxes (full); ball peen hammers; pry bars / crow bars; bench grinder; vise; hand warmers; holsters; Echo
weed eater SRM 2655; post hole diggers; rivet gun; misc. lawn tools; micrometers; small table saw; pipe bender; 4'
florescent lights w/ fixture; hand auger; spud bar; creeper; tree trimmer; garden hose; small post driver; wheel
barrel; Dremel Trio; Dura craft Drill press (bench); trouble light; vice; clamps; router; come-a-long; wader boots;
Homelite XL chainsaw w/14” bar; Champion bar stool; Saws All; tool cart; Montgomery Ward router w/bits; misc.
traps; Rockwell Saw Horse; older wooden tool chest; 1 1/2 hp shop vac; hay knife; pipe vise; hand held plainer Skill
Model 100: files; extension cords; 4' X 8' x1/2” plywood; wooden 6'step ladder; car ramps; potato fork;   
CRAFTSMAN TOOLS: Craftsman 11 pc socket set (1/4” drive metric); Craftsman band saw; Craftsman variable
speed scroll saw; Craftsman detail sander; tool totes; Craftsman belt sander / grinder; Craftsman 10”table saw;
Craftsman driver; Craftsman 4” belt sander; 10” Craftsman Laser compound miter saw; Craftsman circular saw.
SPORTING GOODS: Electra Townie Touring Bicycle (2) a 3 speed and 21 speed; Coleman lantern; 10' X 12'tent;
fishing items; air mattress; open face rod and reels; bag chairs; live trap; tackle box (full); propane cooker;
minnow bucket (2); fishing poles; fish scales; bar bells; cooler; Cabela’s ice fishing gear tote; pack shack ice
shelter; sleeping bags (3) 1 of which is brand new still in the Cabela's box; brand new machete; knives w/cases
KNIFE COLLECTION:  To include: Buck - Case - and Keen Cutter ; also have Commemorative Woody Hayes - Elvis -
Pete Rose Framed pieces                                                                                                                                    
HOUSEHOLD: Bella blender; bottle jack; Weston double patty maker; Slice-O-Matic; upright freezer; small amount
of Christmas decorations; couch; recliner; micro-suede electric recliner; 6 Gun Cabinet w/ glass front; magazine
rack; Longaberger hall tree; Bulova mantle clock; Old ice tongs; upright freezer; card table and 4 chairs.
COLLECTIBLES:  Ohio State Leather National Championship Coat; Federal Mogul 1/16 scale die cast stock car &
transporter; Sunoco live action stock car & transporter; Brass boat propeller; Joe Gibbs Race transporter; misc.
costume jewelry; belt buckles; milk bottle (Ohio Valley Dairy - New Concord / Cambridge); small rod iron;
Reisbeck's matchbox & truck; Jeff Gordon Dupont Racing Jackets (2) one of which is the Superman coat; iron
match stick holder; glass block; 1846 framed Ohio Map.
CHAMPION SPARK PLUG COLLECTION:  To include – Champion Model T Ertle Collectible; wrapping paper; patches;
bumper stickers; plaques and awards; Avon items; gold plated tape measure; installation tools; tins; HO scale rail
cars; trabsisiter radio; belt buckles; pocket screw drivers and pens; pocket knives; Matchbox tractor/trailer; gap
tools; hat pins; playing cards; Zippo lighter; key chains; small novelty spark plug replicas; cuff links; letter opener;
golf tees; old match books; duffel bag; cups/mugs; water glass set; racing helmet clock; and more.
B & O RAILROAD ITEMS: B & O HO gauge engine; B & O Railroad Lantern's (2) one has the red globe; B & O locks
and keys;  B & O Commemorative Coffee cup; B & O Railroad Manual; B & O Railroad stamper w / meltable ink
(Monroeville); B & O Railroad pencils, patches, belt buckle; B & O Operators Guides / Union Agreements; B & O
Railroad Globe; B & O Railroad Marble Display; B & O Pocket Knives; Signal Police Whistle; Fragile Handle w / care
old labels; B & O Commemorative Saucer & Plate 100 year Anniversary 1827 - 1927;  B & O Advertising Pencils
and Postcards from Cambridge (1912 & 1913);
Schrade Collectible 100th Anniversary /truck and knife set; cassette tapes;  iron RCA Piggy Bank;  portable DVD
player;  HO Scale; Federal Mogul Train Set still in the box; Eden Pure Heater;  35mm Camera w/ extra lens; Lore
City United Methodist Church Commemorative Plate 1920 – 1969;
GUNS: Marlin 10/22 w/ scope; 10/22 Ruger w/ bi-pod and w/ scope (with 100 round clip that is new/ never used);
Taurus PT - 92C 9mm; NAA mini .22 w/ Laser Scope; .22 Gun w/ banana clip;
Terms Cash or good check with proper ID
Owner: Betty Ray
Auction conducted by:
740-305-5049              740-584-SALE            740-838-6745
AUCTIONEER’S NOTE:  Due to the passing of her husband, Robert (Bob), Betty has commissioned us to conduct
this fine auction. A lot of items have barely been used as they were all purchased in the last year.  Bring a friend
and a chair, we may sell out of two rings.  Nice auction.  Lunch stand and port-a-let available.  See you on the 11th.  
Any announcements sale day take precedence over all printed material.  Not responsible for accidents or loss.  
Auctioneers are licensed and bonded in favor of the State of Ohio.