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Stout Auctions is committed to making the catalog and online bidding a better experience for you- our valued customers.
With that in mind, beginning with the December 1, 2014 auction and moving forward from that date a new bidding system will be in place. The plus side is that the photos are about twice the resolution as before and the platform is much more stable than the previous bidding system. The down side is that everyone will need to register again with their bidder information. Bidders will be able to use the information for ALL auctions moving forward, so you will only need to do this once.
Also, please make sure to read the terms and conditions for the auctions as we have changed quite a few items in our terms. Thank you and happy bidding!
July 17th, 2015 Williamsport, IN (click here to view online catalog and bidding) (Click here to download a PDF text only catalog listing)
Stout Auctions is proud to present a Friday sale filled with HO and O gauge trains, plus a wonderful group of Railroadiana. Highlights are as follows:
Lot 1- 187: An enormous amount of HO locomotives, rolling stock, building kits, and more. Over 4,000 pieces of rolling stock. Manufactures include Athearn, Walthers, Roundhouse, and more. Everything from finished and weathered cars with Kadee couplers to unbuilt kits. There is also a large group of passenger sets complete with locomotives. The highlight of the HO is a small but nice selection of HO brass from Overland, Oriental Limited, Nickel Plate, and others.
Lot 188- 299: We open the O gauge portion with highlights from MTH, Lionel, K Line and others. One of the unique parts of this sale is the large quantity of Pennsylvania Railroad locomotives that we have. Multiple examples of locomotives equipped with Protosound 2.0, TMCC, and even Legacy. The rolling stock is also very strong with many unit type trains such as coal and ore trains.
Lot 300- 397: A wonderful selection of Railroadiana. Lanterns made by Handlan, Adams Westlake, Kero and other manufactures. Lantern styles include hand lanterns, caboose lanterns, semaphore lanterns, etc. We also have a group of art deco lounge car ash trays including one from the Pennsylvania and one from the Missouri Pacific. Other highlights include multiple examples of track tools, oil cans, railroad paper, large steam locomotive wrenches, a full sized cast iron Baltimore and Ohio whistle post, chair from a Pullman dining car and more. The Railroadiana is rounded out by an high grade collection of Baltimore and Ohio Centenary china.
Lot 398- 605: We return to O gauge trains with more Lionel, MTH, Weaver, and K Line. Highlights include MTH Pittsburgh and West Virginia 2-8-0, K Line 18 inch Pennsylvania Bi-Level aluminum passenger set, Lionel Southern Pacific GS-2 with TMCC, and much more.
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July 18th, 2015 Williamsport, IN (click here to view online catalog and bidding) (Click here to download a PDF text only catalog listing)
Stout Auctions is proud to offer an exceptional sale of Toys and Toys Trains on July 18th event. We will highlight the Saturday session with the prewar collection of Doug Nash. Doug has been in the train world for many years. His collection was approached differently than many current collections in that he spent years traveling and advertising to buy trains out of homes. Many of the trains in this auction Doug bought from original owners! This collection covers many manufactures with 95% of it being prewar. Some highlights include a gorgeous 1907 Ives set, Lionel green State Set, 400E's, 700E, 763E and many, many other wonderful items from Doug's collection.
In addition to an outstanding group of trains we will also offer an extremely nice selection of toys! Highlights include a fantastic selection of boxed Dinky toys, original cast iron toys, Smith Miller trucks, Marx trucks and toys, a dozen pedal cars, Lehmann Tut Tut, Japanese tin, a HUGE selection of Marx Plasticville and many other great toys!
Something for everyone. For more information call 765-764-6901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org