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MACHINE SHOP CONTENTS & REAL ESTATE
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
-ALSO SELLING 1949 FRAZER & 1970 CHEVROLET IMPALA SQUARE
BACK COUPE-
SATURDAY, JUNE 26TH STARTING @ 10:30 A.M.
317 CAMBRIDGE ST. - CUMBERLAND, OHIO
DIRECTIONS:  (FROM THE EAST OR WEST) - From I-70 take the OH-83 Exit (Exit #169 - New Concord), turn right
onto OH-83, follow for 11 miles, turn left onto St Rt. 146, go 3/10ths of a mile, turn left onto Cambridge St., go 100
yards to auction site on your left.
 (FROM THE NORTH OR SOUTH) - From I-77 take Exit #37 (Senecaville Lake Exit),
Go West on St. Rt. 313, follow for 1.2 miles, turn left onto St. Rt. 821 (S), follow for 1.3 miles, turn right onto St. Rt.
146, follow for 7.6 miles to auction site on your right.  Signs will be posted.
40’ x 175’ LOT IN CUMBERLAND - METAL POLE BUILDING - VARIETY OF USES -
COMMERCIAL POSSIBILITIES - AND MORE
This metal pole type building located in the heart of Cumberland was used as a machine shop, owned and
operated H.W. Yerian for many years.  It offers a variety of uses, whether you need storage, or want to start up
some type of business, the possibility is here.  The pole building measures approximately 42’x54’with a 18’ x 36’
addition. The building will require some TLC, but is still a viable option.  OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS!!!
OPEN FOR INSPECTION AUCTION DAY ONLY
-OR BY APPOINTMENT-
TERMS ON REAL ESTATE:  10% non-refundable down day of auction - balance due at closing (within 30 days). This
property will sell with no contingencies. Property sells “as-is, where-is” with no warranties implied or
expressed. Any inspections must be made prior to bidding. All information contained herein was derived from
sources believed to be correct, but not warranted. Any announcements sale day take precedence over printed
material.  
1949 FRAZER - 1970 CHEVROLET IMPALA - MACHINIST TOOLS - MILLING
EQUIPMENT - METAL LATHES - BLACK SMITH TOOLS - AND MUCH MORE
VEHICLES - 1949 Frazer 4 door sedan w/ hard top (cars shows 60,000 miles, has a 3 speed on the column w/
overdrive - car seems to be in excellent condition, just needs a good cleaning - it has been parked in this building
for almost 25 years.); 1970 Chevrolet Impala Coupe square back (350 motor - automatic transmission - once
again car seems to be in good shape, it’s just been setting for some time);
MACHINIST EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, AND MORE - Forge; blacksmith tools; blacksmith cone (51” tall); anvil; lots of
misc. iron and steel; line bore machine (Storm Mfg.); old oil cans; trip hammer; shop made metal roller; shop built
hydraulic press; foot operated brake rivoter; dolleys; wheel carts; shop built heat treat furnace; torch extension
and parts; Bear axle aligner; HD floor jack; Union Metal Planer (21” x 67” table; grinding wheels; steel work
tables; rollers; tool post grinder; Sebastian lathe (quick change gear box - 16” swing - 6’ between center; lots of
misc. hand tools; very large hand shear; Jaeger hit and miss engine (complete); Royal Western Chief portable
forge; step ladders; wood burning furnace; Gould and Eberhardt metal shaper (24” - complete w/ vise); lots of
attachments for all the tools;  Rahn Larmon metal lathe (quick change - 20” swing - 4’ between centers); Ryerson
& Sons 20” floor model drill press; sand pumps; Atkins power hacksaw; shop built jib crane (3); Singer leather
sewing machine; Buffalo metal band saw;  large drill bits; machinist’s precision tools; tap and die sets and
pieces; reamers; tons of drill bits; Van Norman boring bar mounted on drill press; Cincinnati horizontal milling
machine w/ Eklind Tool Co. vertical head attachment complete w/ vise; Cisco metal lathe (quick change - 36”
swing - 7’ between centers; large dividing head complete w/ stock; Gray Rock fan belt displays; old Hobart
welder; combination water and sand pumps; bullet welder; horizontal milling cutters; 1941 Audel’s machinist
hand book; metal machinist box; and much more.
TERMS ON CHATTELS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK W/ PROPER ID
OWNERS:  JODY, STEVE, MATT TRIPLETT AND MARY BETH TRIPLETT PORTER
AUCTION CONDUCTED BY:
ED AND BEN SCHAFER, AUCTIONEERS
BEN SCHAFER REALTY
740-584-SALE   740-305-5049   740-732-6745  740-838-6745
WWW.EDANDBENSCHAFER.COM
These auctioneers are licensed and bonded in favor of the State of Ohio.  Not responsible for accidents or loss.  
Any announcements sale day take precedence over printed material.
AUCTIONEER’S NOTE:  H.W. (Harold) Yerian ran this shop for many years, nothing has really been touched
since his passing nearly 25 years ago.  Harold was an innovator in his time.  He was well known for his expertise
in his field.  Harold had done a lot of work for the oil and gas companies of the area.  He was also well known for
his wagons which were made here in this shop.  Though almost all of the machines are old, they are from
outdated.  We are pleased the Yerian decedents have chosen us to conduct this auction.  Bring your truck and
trailer and come spend the 26th w/ us.