Late Judy Hechler Auction – Dan & Phil Hechler

Date: Friday night, June 5, 2020 (Coins Only) Saturday, June 6, 2020
Time: Friday - 6:30pm Doors open at 5:30pm Saturday - 9:30am Doors open at 8:00am
Location: Thornhill Auction Barn; 421 John Deere Drive; Troy, MO 63379
Directions: From Troy, MO go south on Hwy 61 to Moscow Mills Hwy C Exit. Go east on Hwy C to first 4 way stop, turn left on John Deere Drive (by Bank of Old Monroe) and go approximately 1 mile to sale on right, next door to Thornhill Real Estate Office. Note: Sale will be held indoors w/heat & seating, come rain or shine.

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE:  Judy was truly one of Troy’s finest ladies. Her maiden name was Mozier. Her ancestors settled here from Kentucky in the 1800’s. She was raised on the family dairy and egg farm just north of Troy. She married Bob Hechler. The Hechler family settled in Lincoln County after the civil war where they ran Hechler Hardware store in downtown Troy, which was opened by the Hechler ancestors in 1896, and is still in business today. Judy was a charter member of the Lincoln County Historic Society, Woman of the Year and very active supporter of downtown Troy. She always met you with that big welcome smile and never knew a stranger. She will be dearly missed, what a lady! If you’re looking for a quality custom built home in Troy, be sure to check these out. See you at the sale. David, Dusty & Bill

REAL ESTATE SELLS SATURDAY AT 1:00 P.M. AGAIN FROM THE THORNHILL AUCTION BARN LOCATION

PROPERTY ADDRESS: 215 Clark Dr.; Troy, MO 63379

DIRECTIONS TO PROPERTY: From Troy, take Hwy 47 to Main Street, go south on Main St. (downtown Troy) to right on West College St. (by courthouse) to right on Harris St. to right on Clark to 215 Clark on the left. (Auction sign posted in yard.)

Legal, south ½ of lots 31, 32, 33 & 34 Block A College Heights Addition, Avery St. Plat 2-55, lots approx. 96’x200’ and fronts on Clark Street in the City of Troy, Exact Legal to Govern.

Improvements include a 6-room, 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bath, full brick ranch home approx. 2,216sq.ft. w/large great room, dining room w/masonry fireplace w/gas log insert, kitchen w/refrigerator, dishwasher & cook stove w/eat-in size kitchen & large pantry, formal living room. The home has approx. 1,066sq.ft. basement w/finished den w/balance unfinished w/utility room. The home has an oversized 2-car attached garage & covered patio. Beautiful ranch home built new for the Hechler’s by Freise Construction. The home has 2 natural gas furnaces, 2 central air units and is on city water, city sewer & natural gas. This is a beautiful level lot with mature shade trees and unattached redwood storage shed.

Again, this is a one owner home that’s never been offered for sale. Custom built, move-in ready.

Terms: 10% down day of sale with the balance of cash at closing on or before 30 days after the sale with possession at closing.

NOTE: Due to the law on lead based paint & lead based paint hazards on any home built prior to 1978, any inspections for lead base paint by a purchaser must be done 10 days prior to the auction. Buyers will be given an EPA pamphlet & will be required to sign a disclosure acknowledging that you were given the information.

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ANTIQUE FURNITURE

  • 3-pc. Victorian, burl walnut bedroom set: massive bed, white marble-top dresser w/mirror approx. 7’ & matching white marble-top washstand, beautiful set
  • Walnut Victorian pier mirror w/white marble, approx. 8’
  • Pierced tin-front & sided pie safe
  • Oak 4-stack lawyer’s bookcase
  • Brass bed complete
  • Oak 1-door, curved glass china cabinet
  • Oak 5-legged kitchen table
  • 2-pc. walnut parlor set: loveseat & side chair
  • Oak 3-drawer dresser w/mirror
  • Drop-front desk
  • Empire-style chest, early pc.
  • Upholstered platform rocker
  • Walnut parlor side chair
  • 1930’s Art Deco highboy chest
  • J-P Coats 2-drawer spool cabinet
  • Oak frame sofa
  • Wall mirrors: 1-walnut framed, 1-Art Deco
  • Glider rocker
  • 1950’s white, 1-door utility cabinet
  • Large camelback trunk
  • 3-drawer sewing chest
  • Area rugs

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES – FARM PRIMITIVES

  • Aladdin lamp w/pink stem base, nice pc.
  • Lot blue canning jars
  • Hull pottery
  • National #801 washboard
  • Shelf clock
  • Victorian celluloid photo album
  • The Shephard of the Hills by Harold-Bell-Wright book
  • In Times of Peril by Gordon Stables M.D.R.N. book
  • Ford grease caps, Model A-T
  • Split hickory baskets
  • Celluloid black memorabilia, salt & pepper set: Moses & Aunt Jemima
  • Celluloid sugar wringer washer
  • Milk glass cake stand & centerpiece
  • Green handle mixer
  • Early American candy compotes, cake stand, etc.
  • Lot creamers
  • Misc. Christmas ornaments & décor
  • Lot oil lamps
  • Lot Old Judge coffee jars
  • Dolls
  • Quilt
  • Griswold #8 Dutch oven
  • Large cowbell
  • Ice tongs
  • Trivets: 1-SR-Fox Co., St. Louis
  • Tin comb case
  • Lot sad irons
  • Cast iron fruit pattern muffin pan
  • J. Zeisler St. Charles, MO bottle
  • Troy bottle
  • Lot rag rugs
  • Fluter iron
  • Etched stemware
  • Spring seat
  • Cast iron kettles & stands
  • Iron wheel yard cart
  • Soda bottles
  • Washtub & stands
  • Kuhne Bros. milk can
  • 20-gal stone jar
  • Street lantern
  • Lot old books
  • Horse collar
  • Antique tools: breast drill, etc.
  • White porcelain pans
  • Art Deco lamps
  • Celluloid wall plaques
  • Lot pictures, frames
  • Double tree
  • Vintage ladies hats
  • Barn lanterns
  • 1950 luggage
  • Remington ammo box
  • Tripod
  • Early egg scale
  • Brass spouted bucket
  • Jugs: western, UHL
  • Harvest print in double oak & gold frame

HOUSEHOLD & MISC.

  • Maytag heavy-duty, commercial quality automatic dryer, white
  • Maytag Quiet Plus automatic washer, white
  • Zenith wringer washer
  • Hot Point refrigerator, white
  • Whirlpool microwave, white
  • Hard maple, trestle-type dining room table & chairs
  • Hard maple hutch
  • Brown leather powerlift chair
  • Floral 3-cushion sofa
  • 2, platform rockers
  • Rocker recliner
  • Single bed, complete
  • World wall clock
  • Wicker floor lamps
  • Singer sewing machine
  • Lawn chairs
  • Birdhouses
  • 1950’s card table & chairs
  • 2, oak 2-drawer file cabinets
  • Paul Revere copper pans

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

  • Harmony Reso-Tone banjo in case
  • M. Hohner 6-sided harmonica w/box

EMPEROR GRANDFATHER’S CLOCK

GULBRANSEN CHICAGO NEW YORK PIANO, WALNUT CASE, BEAUTIFUL PC. (TO BE PICKED UP FROM RESIDENCE)

ANTIQUE PUMP ORGAN

  • Elegant walnut case, Cornish Co. Washington, N.J. pump organ

STORE SIGNS & STOVE MEMORABILIA FROM HECHLER HARDWARE STORE

  • 8’x2’ tall Charter Oak sign, silk screen over wood (Charter OAK Stoves, Never Equaled By Others), nice pc.
  • Jewel Stoves and Ranges, Largest Stove Plant in the World advertising sign, 18”x19 ½”
  • 2, round Superior Stoves & Ranges, Agency For Best By Test Since 1837 advertising sign, 17 ½”
  • Bridge Beach & Co. Superior Stoves & Ranges advertising sign, 6”x22”
  • 1960’s lamp from Schaper Motors, Chevrolet Oldsmobile dealership in Pike Co.
  • 36”x36” Garland sign
  • 3, store-type, wire-back display cabinets, floor-type
  • 2, Shapleigh’s Keen Kutter machine taps display
  • 3, Troy Trojan 1950’s movie posters: No Holds Barred, Lightning Guns, Iron Mountain Trails, etc.
  • C & O Fresh Factory Smokers 5¢ cigar box
  • Granger, George Washington, etc. Cut Plug tobacco tins
  • MFA Feeds, Kansas City Mo. tin advertising sign
  • Sinclair Weinand Younger Supply, Troy Mo. Thermometer
  • Falstaff tin beer can
  • Charter Oak Stove-Range Co., St. Louis advertising
  • Camel cigarette lighter in box
  • Shapleigh Hardware D&E metal tag
  • Dockash Stove & Range by Scranton Stove Works Pa. advertising pin
  • Enameled Range Jos. M. Schain, Beruick Pa. advertising pin
  • ILINOY Heaters monogram Stove-Range, August Koepler, Palmyra Mo. advertising button
  • 3, Superior Stove Printer’s Stamps: 1 Bridge Beach
  • The Round Oaks Folks, Stove-Range Furnace advertising tray
  • 1933 Century of Progress, Chicago tip tray
  • 3, Quick Meal Range (Ask Your Dealer) trays
  • Between The Little cigar tins
  • Ben Bey Super Fine cigar tin
  • Twin Oaks tobacco tin
  • Stephano’s cigarette tin
  • Lucky Strike cigarette tin
  • The Acorn set of checkers, Stove & Ranges in box
  • #81 The Union Stove Works, New York USA catalog
  • Lot original hardware store Plumb Tools display board, approx. 1930’s
  • Benjamin Moore & Co. advertising boxes
  • Snapper Mowers-Tillers-Tractors advertising sign
  • Simplicity Power Equipment advertising sign
  • Wesco-Woods-Evertz Stove Co., Springfield Mo. #21, 1933 catalog
  • Crawford Ranges Walker & Pratt, MFG Co. Boston advertising
  • 1914 Cole’s Hot Blast Stoves & Ranges, Chicago Ill. catalog
  • Bodo-Hennig advertising toy stove
  • Lennox belt buckle
  • Plain Elegance Crawford Cooking-Range advertising poster
  • Thomas White Royal Princess parlor stove, dated 1894

CASE LIONEL TRAIN SETS

  • Case XX Lionel O Gauge Rolling Stock, 3-pack w/knife, NIB
  • Case XX Ready To Run O Gauge electric train set w/knife, NIB

CASE KNIVES – SALESMAN SETS – KNIVES & MISC.

  • Case Kodiak hunter
  • Case Founders knife
  • 1925 Coca-Cola truck w/Case knife, NIB
  • 1946 Dodge Power Wagon w/Case XX pocket knife, NIB
    W.R. Case & Song 1951 Ford pickup w/Case XX pocket knife, NIB
  • 1-25 Scale 1940 Ford pickup w/rails, Case XX pocket knife, NIB
  • Case Authorized Dealer 3-blade Stockman Store display in frame
  • 2005 Case Dealer, Case Tang Stamps Store display in frame
  • Case 1918 Mack Flatbed Tested XX w/knife, NIB
  • 1947 Dodge Pickup, Bradford Pa. w/knife, NIB
    ERTL 1947 Dodge Canopy Delivery w/knife, NIB
  • 2006 Case Knife Dealer display
  • 2009 The History of W.R. Case & Sons, Cutlery Co. Dealer display in frame
  • Case N.O.S. 1-25 scale die cast 1940 Ford pickup w/Case XX pocket knife
  • Case (Risque) lady knife, NIB
  • Case XX Bradford Pa. 16701 in presentation box
  • Case single blade XX
  • Case 3-blade XX
  • Case #00124 campers brown pocket knife
  • 2, Case XX Sod Buster Jr. pocket knives
  • Purina advertising pocket knife
  • D-E Shapleigh pocket knife
  • Pearl handle pocket knife
  • Civil War centennial 1961-1965 commemorative
  • Kamp-King pocket knife
  • Sportsman lock blade, folding knife w/sheath, P197-SSP
  • FES ROSTFREI deer foot knife w/sheath
  • Brauer Supply Co., St. Louis advertising pocket knife
  • INOX David ROSTFREI folding knife
  • Straight razors
  • Partial list

RINGS

  • 3, sterling rings: 1 horse, 1 Girl Scout, 1 initial (D)

MILITARY (WWII)

  • Hey Fellow’s “Your Money Brings the Book we need when we want it”, American Library Association, November 11, 1918 advertising
  • German army officer dagger
  • British Sykes Fairbairn dagger
  • Nazi armband
  • German war merit cross w/swords
  • German eastern front metal
  • German general assault badge
  • German Luftwaffe radio operator badge cloth
  • Partial list

DIE CAST CARS & BANKS, N.O.S.

  • Hechler Hardware 1957 Chevrolet Task Force truck
  • Santa’s Roadster bank, Amoco 1992 limited edition
  • BBURAGO 1-18 scale, 1954 300 SL Mercedes Benz
  • 1931 die cast IGA truck bank
  • Coca-Cola die cast car & pickup, NIB
    Sentry Hardware die cast Lockheed Vega 5-B bank
  • Deere 1907 type-B Motor car-roadster
  • 1955 Midland Imp. J.D. pickup bank, 1-25 scale
  • 1989 Texaco, 1925 Mack Bulldog Lubricant bank
  • 1940 Ford panel van bank
  • Hershey’s 1-64 road truck
  • Snapper Ertl 1-12 scale lawn tractor trailer
  • Texaco horse & tanker bank
  • Lennox vintage vehicle set, 1895-1995
  • John Deere truck bank
  • Wix filters 1955 Cameo bank
  • John Deere anvil bank
  • McCormick Deering model hit, miss engine

TOYS, BOOKS & COLLECTIBLES

  • 1960’s GI Joe w/trunk foot locker & accessories
  • Early Buddy L City Dray tin farm truck
  • 17, Little Big Books: Mickey Mouse, Tom & Jerry, Road Runner, Donald Duck, etc. 1970s
  • 15, Little Big Books: Blondie, Roy Rodgers, Flash Gordon, etc. 1930s – 1940s
  • Army Tank cigarette lighter
  • Cox Super Scale Pocono #500 Road Race, set in box
  • AFX Golden Gate Road, set HO Scale in box
  • Child’s sleds
  • Ford 6000 Commander toy tractor
  • Cast iron dog
  • Child’s toy kitchen cabinet, wooden
  • Child’s sad irons
  • Texan cap gun
  • Coca-Cola pencil set, Skerlocks store pc.
  • Toy small scale toy truck
  • Uncle Sam’s 3-coin register bank
  • 1978 Rawlings world series baseball
  • Lone Ranger brush

MODEL KITS IN BOX

  • Monogram 30 Ford Cabriolet 1-24 scale
  • Model A convertible in box
  • Vesa 1976 Chey Funny Car drag strip
  • Trans-Am blackbird
  • Monogram 66 Malibu SS
  • AMT 33 Willy’s panel truck
  • Monogram Trick-T by Tom Daniel
  • Monogram California street vette, 1-24 scale
  • Mattel Snake Rail dragster, 1-24 scale
  • Revell Chevrolet luv machine, 1-25 scale

FIREARMS SELL AT 12:00 NOON

  • O.F. Mossberg & Sons model 183KD, 410ga, 3” bolt-action
  • Stevens model 94 series M, 410 2 ½ & 3” shells, single barrel

ALL FFL LAWS APPLY. ALL OUT OF STATE FIREARM BUYERS MUST PRESENT A CURRENT FFL LICENSE. NO EXCEPTIONS

TOOLS – GARDEN SUPPLIES – MISC.

  • Misc. tools, wrenches
  • Black & Decker shop vac
  • Shovels, forks, axes, etc.
  • Lot bushel baskets
  • Partial list

To Sell Friday Night, April 17th at 6:30 P.M. – Doors Open at 5:30 P.M.

SILVER COINS, GOLD COINS & CURRENCY

230 lots – Sells in catalog form

  • Large cents, 1850 & 1851
  • Wheat pennies, 540
  • Wheat pennies, mint error
  • Indian head cents, 45+
  • V nickels, 24
  • Buffalo nickels, 85
  • Jefferson nickels, 42
  • Washington quarters, 45
  • Barber quarters, 1898, 1912, 1916
  • Roosevelt dimes
  • Mercury dimes
  • Barber dimes
  • Walking Liberty ½ dollars
  • Franklin ½ dollars, 1954, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1963
  • 1964 Kennedy ½ dollars, 40% silver
  • Kennedy ½ dollars, 40% silver
  • Eisenhower dollars, 3-1971 proofs
  • 5, Silver Eagles: 1986, 1987, 1989, 1991
  • 1987 U.S. Constitution coins: 1 silver, 1 gold
  • 1991 Silver proof, Mount Rushmore dollar
  • 1972 Christmas in Bethlehem silver proof
  • 1994 proof set
  • 2000 World Trade Center pure silver dollar
  • 2002 Liberty dollar, .999 silver plated w/24k gold
  • $1 silver certificates: 20-1935, 15-1957, 1-1957 Star Note
  • Standing Liberty quarters: 1929 & 1930
  • 1986 S Ellis Island dollar
  • Lot silver Morgan dollars: 1878, 1881 D, 1890 O, 1891 O, 1897, 1901 O, 1921
  • Peace dollars: 1922, 1922 S, 1923, 1924, 1934 D
  • Barber ½ dollars: 1898, 1907, 1913
  • 11, Walking Liberty ½ dollars
  • 12, Franklin ½ dollars
  • 10, Morgan silver dollars: 1879, 1881 S, 1883 O, 1888, 1888 O, 1891 O, 1896 O, 1901 O, 1921
  • 3, Standing Liberty dollars, 1987
  • 1913 2 ½ dollar gold coin
  • 1885 S $5 gold coin
  • U.S. coin collection, 9 coins: 1-1857 Flying Eagle
  • U.S. coin collection, 11 coins: 1-1872 Seated Liberty dollar
  • Nevada State Museum Commemorative 1995 CC
  • 2001 Spirit of America, 1 Troy oz., .999 silver
  • Cayman Island 1oz. silver bar
  • 1863 25¢ fractional note
  • 1923 $1 silver certificate, big bill
  • 1899 $1 silver certificate, big bill, Act of March 3, 1863, horse blanket
  • 1917 $1 silver certificate, big bill, H-431, horse blanket
  • 1922 $10 Gold Certificate, big bill, H-431, horse blanket
  • 1914 $10 Federal Reserve Note, big bill, 7-G, horse blanket
  • 1922 $10 Gold Certificate, big bill, SN H6631675, horse blanket
  • 1922 $20 Gold Certificate, big bill, SN K43604556, horse blanket
  • 1928 $2 red seal
  • 1953 $2 red seal
  • 1935 A $1 Silver Certificate, Hawaii
  • 1953 $5 Silver Certificate, blue seal
  • Lot foreign coins
  • Partial list

OWNERS: LATE JUDY HECHLER
                    DAN & PHIL HECHLER

AUCTIONEERS:
DAVID THORNHILL
314-393-7241
TROY, MO

DUSTY THORNHILL
314-393-4726
TROY, MO

BILL UNSELL
573-470-0037
FRANKFORD, MO

Lunch will be served.
All buyers will be photographed.
Terms: Cash or Good Check with Current Photo ID.
Out of State Photo IDs and Out of State Checks must be accompanied with a Bank Letter of Credit.
We do not accept Cashier Checks.
Items sold with no warranty.
They stand sold AS IS.
Owner & Auction personnel not responsible for accidents day of sale!
Announcements made day of sale take precedence over any advertisement!

 

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