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Live auctions from Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky
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Elle’s Kitchen.........................................................................page2
Crossword............................................................................page 2
 
Published Every Other Friday ~ Next Issue: June 15, 2012 
JUNE 1, 2012VOLUME 8, ISSUE 163
Babe Ruth jersey auctioned for $4.4million
36 people placed bids on the piece of sports history 
see “Ruth Jersey” on page 6 
DIRECTIONS FROM LAFAYETTE SUPER WALMART:
Take Hwy. 52 By-Pass traveling West approx. 1mile to sale site on the right (signs posted).
KNIVES • KNIVES • KNIVES:
Approx. 385 pocket knives in-cluding Case XX, Case Classics and others. These knives datefrom the 1940’s to current day. Many Bone, Pearl and Stag handle;4 Blade, 3 Blade, 2 Blade and others.
FURNITURE • GLASSWARE:
Oak rocker, oak settee, oak filecabinet, cherry drop leaf table & chairs, cherry office desk, oak  bow front curio, old antique rocker, oak buffet, wing back chair, wroughtiron end table, odd chairs, office chairs, armoire, flat top trunk, carnivalglass (water set, candle holders, butter dish, candy dish and more), Moon& Star cake stand, crystal candy dish, crystal bell, stoneware, milk glasswater set, 50’s glasses, pewter plates, silver plate, coffee pots, silver plate bowls.
TOOLS • COLLECTABLES • PERSONALPROPERTY:
Craftsman drill,mitre saw, power tools, British Seagull boat motor, pressuresprayer, camel display case, gumball machines, Coca-Colamemorabilia, poker table, game board, Case knife displays, quilttop, pictures & prints, floor lamp, elec. lamp, chandelier, homelighting decor, small kitchen appliances, lots of kitchenware,Whirlpool cook stove, rotisserie, Dirt Devil vacuum, homedecor, auto harp musical instrument, Christnas decor, books, baskets, wall clocks, wall mirror plus much much more.
SELLER:
Mr. & Mrs. Dave Bucanon.
AGENT:
Ben Bray (615) 666-2232.
NOTE FROMAGENT:
Ladies and gentlemen,wow, what an auction! This is only a small sam- pling of the large group of personal propertyitems we will be selling at the auction. This is a 9 o’clock auction and we will see you there!
SATURDAY, JUNE 16th
9:00 A.M.
(C.S.T.)
LOCATION:672 HIGHWAY 52 BY-PASS WESTLAFAYETTE, TN 37083
 Information in this ad is believed to be correct but not warranted. Any announcement made day of sale takes precedence over all other advertising.
 
REALESTATE&AUCTIONCOMPANY 
672 Hwy. 52 By-Pass W. • Lafayette, TN 37083 • (615) 666-2232
Auction Firm Lic. #194 • Real Estate Lic. #250140 • Ky. Lic. #7189 • Ky. Real Estate Lic. #24023
BENBRAY,AUCTIONEER•LIC.#4817,BROKERLIC.#262922 
Timothy Rush,Auctioneer, 666-4506 • Joe Barber,Aff. Broker/App.Auctioneer, 888-7099Greg White,Aff. Broker/App.Auctioneer, 633-6624 • Jimmy Cox,Aff. Broker, 666-3645 • Tim McClendon,Aff. Broker, 270-457-4111Jerry Shoulders,Aff. Broker, 655-3989 • Penny Kirby,Aff. Broker, 388-0441 • Jeremy Robinson,Aff. Broker/App.Auctioneer, 633-8071Tim Johns,Aff. Broker, 655-2761 • Freddie Fuqua,Aff. Broker, 633-3335 • Helen Howser,Aff. Broker, 888-6709Daniel Keith,Aff. Broker, 388-8557 • David Painter, Broker, 888-6786 • Jerry McClard, Broker & Auctioneer, 633-8813
Visit our website @ www.benbrayrealestate.com$25.00 FREE DRAWING $25.00• TENT • CONCESSIONS • PORT-O-JON
KNIVES KNIVES KNIVES (CASE XX, CASE CLASSIC& OTHERS) • OAK ROCKER • OAK SETTEECHERRY DROP LEAF TABLE • CHERRY DESKOAK BUFFET • OAK CURIO • GUMBALL MACHINESCAMEL DISPLAY • CASE KNIFE DISPLAYFLAT TOP TRUNK • CARNIVAL GLASS • MILK GLASSMOON & STAR GLASSWARE • HAND TOOLS • POWER TOOLSPLUS OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY........
672 HIGHWAY 52 BY-PASS WEST LAFAYETTE, TENNESSEE
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Babe Ruth continues to set records wellafter his death. The Sultan of Swat’s jer-sey from the 1920s managed to rake in$4.4 million this week, setting a worldrecord as the world’s most expensivepiece of sports memorabilia.The final price for the jersey was$4,415,658, surpassing the former record for the “original rules of basket-ball” which were written by Dr. JamesNaismith who created the game at aYMCA in 1891. The rules of basketballfetched $4,338,500 at auction.This time around the winning bidder of the Babe Ruth jersey has chosen to re-main anonymous.
 
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Easy Dinner Calzones
Elle’s
Kitchen
Coca-Cola Chicken with HerbedPotatoes
Coca-Cola Chicken
Ingredients:
4 skinless boneless chicken breasthalves, flattened to ¼ inch thickness1 12-ounce can Coca-Cola1/2 cup ketchup1/4 cup honey barbecue sauce
Directions:
1. Place all ingredients in a mediumsaucepan and bring to a boil.2. Cover and turn heat to medium.3. Cook for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.4. Uncover, and cook an additional 10minutes until done. Serves 4.
Herbed Potatoes Recipe
Ingredients:
3 large potatoes1/2 teaspoon fresh ground pepper 1/2 teaspoon oregano1/2 teaspoon thyme1/2 teaspoon sage1/2 teaspoon rosemary
Ingredients:
3/4 pound ground beef 1/4 cup chopped onion2 cloves garlic, minced2 cups pizza sauce, divided1 teaspoon Italian seasoning1 (11 -ounce) can refrigerated Frenchbread loaf 4 (1 -ounce) mozzarella cheese slicesNonstick cooking sprayGrated Parmesan cheese
Directions:
1. Cook ground beef, onion, and garlicin a large skillet over medium heatuntil ground beef is no longer pink.Drain and return to skillet.2. Stir in 1 cup of the pizza sauce andthe Italian seasoning.3. Preheat the oven to 400°.4. Unroll the French bread loaf onto alightly floured surface. With a lightlyfloured rolling pin, roll dough into a16" square.5. Cut into 4 squares. Transfer doughsquares to a lightly greased bakingsheet.6. Spoon ground beef mixture evenlyinto center of each square.7. Top each square with a slice of moz-zarella cheese.8. Fold dough over mixture to form a tri-angle, pressing edges to seal. Coat tri-angles with cooking spray and sprinklewith Parmesan cheese.9. Bake at 400° for 12 to 15 minutes or until browned. Serve with remainingwarmed pizza sauce as topping or for dipping and a tossed salad. Makes 4servings.
JOIN US FOR THIS MONDAY NIGHT ABSOLUTE AUCTION!
 ANTIQUES, FURNITURE, ADVERTISING, GLASS, DÉCOR ITEMS, EPHEMERA, PETRO-MOBILIA YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU WILL FIND AT OUR SALES! CALL US ORCHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ON OUR NEXT AUCTION.114 George L. Davis Blvd.Nashville, TN 37203
David Allen, Auctioneer #5600 
Music City Auction TN FL 4976
For more info, visit:
www.musiccityauction.net
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ALWAYS ACCEPTING QUALITY CONSIGNMENTS
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TALK WITH US ABOUT SELLING AN ESTATE, A COLLECTION, OR A SINGLE ITEM. WEWILL FIND A WAY TO HELP YOU GET YOUR ITEM SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER!
 
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615-335-6261
from page 1
. . .”Ruth jersey” 
The bid also means the famous T-206Honus Wagner tobacco baseball car isno longer the most expensive piece of baseball memorabilia. The Wagner sold in 2007 for $2.8 million.Bidding for the Babe Ruth jerseyreached a frenzy as 36 people placedbids on the piece of sports history. Be-fore going up for sale the jersey washoused in a Baltimore museum from2004-2009 courtesy of a private collec-tor.The auction also produced some other big ticket items including Lawrence Tay-lor’s Super Bowl ring which fetched$230,401. A Ruth cap that was worn byformer Yankee David Wells.The colorful Wells bought the cap for about $30,000 from a collector and fa-mously paid homage to his idol bywearing it on the mound with the Yan-kees during a game on June 28, 1997The cap brought in $537,278. The auc-tion also brought in $366,967 for the jersey Mickey Mantle was wearingwhen he hit his 535th home run.If you really want to own a piece of Babe Ruth history his former Massa-chusetts home is up for sale. The es-tate known as Home Plate Farm inSudbury, Mass., is on the market for $1.65 million.
30 Minute Meals
2 Tablespoons oilcelery salt, to taste,garlic salt, to taste
Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.2. Cut the unpeeled potatoes into 1/4inch slices.3. Place the potato slices on well greased shallow baking pans.4. Combine pepper, oregano, thyme,sage, and rosemary in a small bowl.5. Brush the potato slices with oil and asprinkle with the herb mixture.6. Bake the potato slices for about 20minutes or until they are well-brownedand crisp.7. Sprinkle with combined salts andserve. Serves 4.
 
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JOIN US EACH 3RD FRIDAY OF THE MONTH FOR A NO RESERVE AUCTION!
 ANTIQUES, FURNITURE, ADVERTISING, GLASS, DÉCOR ITEMS, EPHEMERA, PETRO-MOBILIA YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT YOU WILL FIND AT OUR SALES! CALL US ORCHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ON OUR NEXT AUCTION.
615-335-6261
114 George L. Davis Blvd.Nashville, TN 37203
David Allen, Auctioneer #5600 
Music City Auction TN FL 4976
For more info, visit:
www.musiccityauction.net
13% Buyer'sPremium(10% if payment bycash/check)
ALWAYS ACCEPTING QUALITY CONSIGNMENTS
.
TALK WITH US ABOUT SELLING AN ESTATE, A COLLECTION, OR A SINGLE ITEM. WEWILL FIND A WAY TO HELP YOU GET YOUR ITEMSOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER!
 
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Cigar store Indian tops Showtime auction at$94,400
 ANN ARBOR, Mich. – A rare cigar storeIndian figure, beautifully carved in the1880s by the renowned artisan SamuelRobb, sold for $94,400 at a three-dayauction event held March 30-April 1 byShowtime Auction Services. The salewas held at the Washtenaw FarmCouncil Grounds, a venue that'sbecome the site of choice for Showtime Auction Services.The 5-foot-tall Indian chief figurehad much of its original paint still in-tact and was in overall excellentcondition. It was also the top lotof the sale.“This was one of the best-looking cigar store figureswe've had the pleasure of selling,” said Mike Ecklesof Showtime Services,based in Woodhaven, Mich. “Itwas no surprise to me that itcame close to the $100,000mark.”The auction featured twoblockbusting headliners: the35-year collection of Al andPeg Araiza, collectors in manycategories; and Part 1 of the life-time pedal car and toy collectionof Ed and Christy Ramsey (Part2 will be sold Oct. 5-7, also byShowtime in Ann Arbor). Inall, over 2,000 lots of in-vestment-grade antiquesand collectibles changedhands over the weekend.“It was the most diverseauction we've ever had,” remarked Eckles,“and also one of themost fun. It was greatto have all these collec-tors representingaround 60-70 categories all at oneevent. Everybody was just chatting,eating, drinking and generally having agood time. As for the auction itself, itwas a huge success. Prices were ro-bust, in virtually all the categories.”Following are additional highlights fromthe auction. Prices quoted include ei-ther a 10 percent buyer's premium for live bidders; 13 percent for credit cardpurchases; or 18 percent for telephone A Rock Island Railroad reverse glasssign, 90 inches by 26 inches and say-ing: “Rock Island Lines” on the glassand “Rocky Mountain Limited to Col-orado” on the frame, in super condition,brought $60,500; and an extremely rareBufffalo Brand Salted Peanutstwo-sided outdoor wood sandsign, 10 1/2 feet by 11 inches,possibly the only one in exis-tence, hit $26,400. A horse race wheel of fortune withvery rare reverse glass layout andtable (with an odds maker) wentfor $31,900. The wheelboasted reverse glasspainted panels, two of whichhad minor cracks. Otherwisethe piece was in excellentcondition. The table camewith a glass layout, rarelyseen, and the horses paintedon the glass matched thoseon the wheel. A Winchester “Factory LoadedShells – Sold Everywhere”cloth banner, made by the Acme Sign Co. (Dayton,Ohio), 10 feet by 2 feet, withsome tattering at the edges, theonly one known, realized $22,420;and a Red Indian Stogies “3 For 5”cigar tin (for 50 cigars), made bythe Meekin Can Co. (Cincin-nati) for David M. Zolla, Dis-tributor (Chicago) garnered$15,400. A Rock-Ola jukebox, Com-mando Model 1420, one of the most dramatic and col-orful of all the jukeboxesever produced, made$20,650. The reversepainted example withglass pilasters was nearlyall original and had been nicely restoredby John Papa. Other jukeboxes sold in-cluded a Rock-Ola Model 1426, a Wurl-itzer Model 1400 and the popular Wurlitzer Model 915. A Keystone No. 980 “Ride 'Em” toyGreyhound bus, mint in the box andmade by Keystone Mfg. (Boston) in alloriginal condition, with electric head-lights, 22 1/2 inches long, sped off for $15,400.
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