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Country Americana, Glass And Ceramics Lead Garth’s Fall Auction Schedule s summer winds down and kids head back to school, Garth’s, of Delaware, Ohio is prepping for two solid auctions in back-toback weekends at their main gallery, 2690 Stratford Road. Kicking off Garth’s fall schedule is the Friday and Saturday, Sept. 6 and 7, Country Americana auction. Filled with a spectacular array of painted surfaces on furniture, folk art and accessories, the annual auction has come to be known as the Labor Day Weekend Auction (although it occurs on the weekend after Labor Day). Among the over 830 lots is a sampling of the extensive antiques, country store and advertising collection of the late J. Garland Warren of San Marcos, Texas, (with more of the collection to follow in upcoming fall sales); additional items come from the collection of the late Helen B. Porter; and a handful of remaining pieces are from the
$4,000-$8,000. A superb Soap Hollow blanket chest by John Sala (18191882) and one of the earliest documented cabinetmakers of the Soap Hollow group will be a highlight of the Friday session. Inscribed “JS 1868” and “Manufactured by John Sala,” it retains the original red and black paint on a case with two drawers and stencil decoration, including a melon basket. Sold at Mishler and Associates (Pennsylvania) in April 2005, it brought over $22,000, but a conservative estimate of $12,000-
mate $2,000$4,000). Ceramics lovers should enjoy the bounty of choices in the sale. Of the stoneware, a ten-gallon crock by Eagle Pottery, Diamond Street, Pittsburgh, Pa., is adorned with A rare New York pitcher labeled for Charles Cartlidge “ A m e r i c a n Porcelain” has molded corn decoration with gilt accents and an American shield (estimate $1,000-$2,000).
cobalt decoration of two eagles and is inscribed “W.D. Cooper & Son” (estimate $2,500-$4,500). A rare New York pitcher labeled for Charles Cartlidge “American Porcelain” has molded corn decoration with gilt accents and an American shield (estimate $1,000$2,000). The colorful catalog cover shows one of the twelve gameboards in the sale, a vibrant fivecolor Parcheesi board estimated at $600-$1,200. A selection of 44 advertising and trade signs to be sold are artfully illustrated on the The Haan Collection (selling Sept. 13) includes clear and color pattern back cover of the catalog. glass, pattern glass oil lamps, and Gaudy Welsh plates, teacups, Promoting the sales of everything bowls and pitcher with basin. Estimates range from $25-$250 from “groceries and provisions” to for each lot. “umbrellas and rain capes” to “Emerson Vehicles” and even Dick and Sue Studebaker $18,000 accom“homes furnished complete,” Collection of Quaker Hill in panies it in the the varied styles and colors catalog. Dayton, Ohio. ensure something for every Garth’s Labor A fine tall-case clock with savvy country Americana colmovement by Luman Watson, Day weekend auclector. Some of the staff Cincinnati, and case by A. Read tion has been favorites include examples for and Company, Xenia, Ohio, circa known for good the “Royal School of Music” 1825, is the first lot of the week- paint, and this year painted by the “Harold W. end. The curly maple and crotch will not disappoint. Chamberlain Sign Shop, cherry case with broken arch ped- Ten drysinks in a Athens, Ill.,” measuring iment and quarter columns variety of paint 122.5” long (estimate $800encloses a 30-hour wooden colors can be use$1,600); a “Maple Syrup movement with its original dial ful in many interiWarehouse” sign humorously marked “L. Watson Cincinnati” ors. A child-size marked both “Public” and “Keep and is expected to reach $4,000- example measuring Out,” measuring 96” wide (esti$8,000. Of the nine stepback cup- just 23.5” tall with a mate $400-$800); and a “Welch’s boards in the sale, a two-piece single drawer and Stoves, New & Used Furniture”, example with elaborate scroll cut two paneled doors 65” wide (estimate $600-$800). decoration over eight paneled carries an old red-bitRounding out the sale are doors and an elaborately scroll tersweet paint and an more than a few lots that should cut skirt retains an old cream estimate of $500entice some competitive bidding. paint on the exterior and old $1,000. A more An oval, bentwood box, probably cream and blue on the interior. unusual example is by Heinrich Bucher (Berks The 86” high cupboard should the dry sink cupboard County, Pa.), retains the original fetch $6,000-$9,000. A with an upper cuppainted flower basket decoration Pennsylvania example of good, board, which only (estimate $1,500-$3,000). A small size and the original red spans one-third the Sandwich glass openwork fruit and black paint decoration (sold width of the base and basket (estimate $1,000-$3,000) has old at Sotheby’s from the Alice and overall with sixteen staves atop a rayed Murray Braunfeld collection in Spanish brown and base and hexagonal foot is simiJanuary 2004) is likely to reach yellow paint (estilar to examples in “The Glass In the hierarchy of cases made by the prolific firm of Industry in Sandwich, Vol. 1” Amassa Read and Company, this clock case represents by Barlow and Kaiser. A copthe top tier, made from highly figured maple and conper full-bodied running horse trasting figured cherry. For a discussion of the case weathervane with zinc head maker and its output, see Richmond, “Equal in Goodness: Ohio Decorative Arts, 1788-1860,” pp. 104-5. mounted atop a wooden post According to a 1936 letter that accompanies this clock should easily reach $2,500(with movement by Luman Watson, Cincinnati, and esti$4,500. mate $4,000-$8,000), the original owner was Fred Idel of A whimsical painting of a Gordon, Ohio, and he bequeathed it to his sister. Walker’s grey cat with a red bow in a Antique Shop of Covington, Ky., purchased it from her wooden travel crate by estate.
What fun would it be to buy a home completely furnished? Not much for die-hard collectors, but this early 20th-century trade sign for Rosebury and Son, Bay City, thought that was just what people wanted - “Houses Completely Furnished.” Such convenience! Measuring 36 by 72 inches, this well-illustrated single-sided sign is estimated at $400-$800.
This early 20th-century American advertising sign for “Emerson Vehicles” touts quality forged steel vehicles made by the Emerson Carriage Co., of Rockford, Ill. With the original gilt and sanded surface, the 19-by-75-inch sign is estimated to reach $1,000-$1,500.
Gaylord is sure to tempt many a folk art collector. At just 8.75” square, the oil on board is estimated at $10,000-$15,000. Just as whimsical are the varied pattern names of the seventeen quilts in the auction. A neatly pieced “Blazing Stars” quilt with double diamond borders is estimated at $1,000$2,000, while a classic Amish “Diamond in the Square” quilt composed of rich green, deep purple and precise and closely worked stitches is estimated at $1,500$2,500.
One of several Amish quilts to be sold, this Lancaster County, Pa., “Diamond in a Square” pattern mixes precise hand-quilting and closely worked stitches to include designs of wreaths, a diamond grid and vining plumes. It is mounted in a custom plexi-glass frame and carries an estimate of $1,500-$2,500.
In reflecting on the selection within the auction, Garth’s CEO Jeff Jeffers commented, “This is a classic Garth’s Americana sale for bidders: a diverse auction of quality, affordable objects. It’s all about the thrill of the hunt and finding the next treasure, and it’s fun to feel everyone back at it after the summer.” For further information, contact Garth’s at 740-362-4771 or visit www.garths.com.
This single-board Parcheesi game measures 16.5 by 21.5 inches and vividly represents the feel of the Sept. 6 and 7 Country Americana auction at Garth’s: color, color, color! Estimate $600-$1,200.
Joyce and Vernon Haan of Lake Geneva, Wis., will celebrate their 63rd wedding anniversary on Sept. 2, and they have spent most of that time together satisfying their passion for collecting. It’s serendipitous that just 11 days later on Sept. 13, the Haan family will commemorate the occasion again when Garth’s sells the Haan 40-year collection of glass and ceramics in an online auction. Comprised of over 200 lots of Gaudy Welsh, Gaudy pearlware, English transferware, Early American blown lamps, fluid and whale oil pressed and pattern glass lamps, pattern glass candlesticks, Sandwich glass lamps, Bohemian glass, lacy glass cups, plates and dishes, Rockingham, Bennington pottery, yellowware, redware, stoneware, ink bottles, Bargeware, Pittsburgh tumblers and tasters, and more, the catalog has been live online since Aug. 23. While the dispersal of a beloved collection is always a tough process, Joyce Haan stated, “We knew we could trust Garth’s to sell our treasured collection.”
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Two-Day Toy Sale At Pook & Pook, Sept. 6 and 7 Other cast iron toys On Friday and Saturday, Sept. 6 and 7, Pook & Pook include a N.N. Hill Brass Co. double ripper sled toy, a Inc. of Downington, Pa., will Vindex motorcycle delivbegin the fall season with ery, and a Niederst steam a two-day toy sale shovel. focusing on cast Various Arcade, Dent, iron items. Included are a Hubley, and Kenton cast iron toys are featured large group of mechanical and throughout the sale still banks, with comprising dump names such as trucks, buses, steam shovels, etc. “Giant in Tower,” There are many “Boys Stealing Early American tin Wa t e r m e l o n , ” toys, including pull “Circus,” “Dark toys and a clockwork Town Battery,” train. “Merry-Go-Round,” Among the trains, and “Boy Scout there are several masCamp,” just to name sive live steam engines a few. and tenders as well as Horse-drawn live steam boilers and toys are plentiful, accessories. with many differA selection of ent examples by German toys are also Dent, Hubley, offered, including Wilkins, Kenton “Giant in Tower” a Carette limou& Shimmer and sine, a Marklin painted tin others. A nice Carpenter three- battleship “Maine,” a windstory burning house with fire- up carousel, pull toys, etc. A group of cast men and rescue women will iron, pressed steel, be offered, and tin airplane toys along with will cross the an impresblock on the sive selecsecond day of tion of cast iron fire-relatthe sale. These include items by ed toys K e n t o n , throughout the Kilgore, Dent, sale. Hubley, etc. M a n y Steiff animals and a selection of dolls round out the “Dark Town Battery” sale.
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Other items to be sold include a variety of board games, play sets, puzzles, children’s books, toy cannons, and nodding toys. It will be a diverse two days, full of toys. For further information, visit www.pookand pook.com or call 610269-4040.
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21078 Havre de Grace 410-942-0701 SENECA CANNERY ANTIQUES, 201 St. John St... Largest Mall in Havre de Grace with 50+ quality dealers. Open 7 days, M-S 10-5, S 11-5. Wide Selection of antiques & collectibles.
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16686 Tyrone 814-684-5088 I-99 ANTIQUES, conveniently located off the Tyrone Exit of Interstate 99, 1222 Pennsylvania Avenue. Quality antiques & collectibles. 40 dealers. Open Daily 10-5, Sun 12-5. Dealers welcome.
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18914 Chalfont 215-997-3227 BUCKS COUNTY ANTIQUE GALLERY, 8 Skyline Dr. Just off Rt. 202, S of Rt.152. Antiques & more. Old/ new accessories, consignment furniture. 12,000 sq ft. of Bucks Countyâ€™s Best. Tu.-Sa. 10-5, Sun 12-5 buckscountyantiquegallery.biz 18930 Kintnersville 610-847-1966 GRISTIES ANTIQUES AND ODDITIES, Rt. 611 near Rt. 32. 30 Dealers. Smalls and primitives to fine furniture. Open every day 11-5. Free parking. 18938 New Hope 215-862-5454 COCKAMAMIEâ€™S 13 N. Main St. Specializing in Art Deco lighting, Furniture, Home Accessories, Celebrity Autographs & 1950â€™s. Authors of Art Deco Lighting & Popular Art Deco Lighting: Shades of the Past. Open Thurs.-Mon., appts. call 215-534-2169. With Ad receive additional discount. 18940 Wrightstown 215-598-8837 NOSTALGIC NOOK, Rt413, Carousel Village at Indian Walk. New lg. bldg. China, Stangl, Pennsbury Pottery, Glass-Cut & Pressed, Silver, Primitives, Furniture, Lamps. M-Sa 10:30-5:30. Sun 11-5. 18944 Perkasie 215-257-3564 TREASURE TROVE, 6 S. 7th Street. Estate jewelry, furniture, linens, vintage clothing, glass, china, books, toys, kitchenware, advertising, postcards. Primitives to Deco. Dealers Welcome. Mon.-Sat. 10-5. â€œSince 1980.â€?
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Viking Village Antique & Collectible Show The 2013 Viking Village Antique & Collectible Show in Bay Barnegat Light, N.J., was stronger than ever. Eager buyers turned out in record numbers to the show, held at the Historic Viking Village on Aug. 4. Over 65 dealers provided a wide variety of merchandise including country and shabby chic furniture, architectural and industrial findings, nautical items, textiles and vintage clothing, kitchenware, stoneware, jewelry, and various collectibles and memorabilia. Although several returning dealers were put out of business by Hurricane Sandy, exhibitors from eight states stepped up to â€œSupport the Shoreâ€? and included Scott Hay of Touch of Gray Antiques, Damariscotta, Maine; Matt White of Recycling The Past, Barnegat, N.J.; Sandra and Barry Bock of Toms River, N.J.; Jim Chamberlain of Chamberlain Antiques, Elverson, Pa.; Mary Oriscak with estate jewelry of Toms River, N.J.; Mer Ivans of Boat House Antiques, Hightstown, N.J.; Marsha Batts of Mount Laurel, N.J.; Mark Dooley of North Star Antiques, Philadelphia, Pa., and Marlboro, Texas; Steve Harminson of Bath Keepers Cottage, Berkley Springs,
West Virginia; Mike Cooke of Royal Port Antiques of Salem, N.J.; Pam Larson of The Seawife, Barnegat Light, N.J., and Bill Lovgren of Point Pleasant, N.J., who is known for his old folk art and signs. New additions for this show were Nancy Silverman of Hudson On 9, with an eclectic mix of material; Kent and Sue Theurich, specializing in military and political items of Delectable Collectibles; and The Van Dynes of French Vanilla with garden architectural items, as well as local James Ceardelli from Beach Haven with a collection of tramp art. The show was promoted by The Seawife Antiques. â€œOf all the shows over the years, I was more concerned about this one than any other show in over 18 years because of the impact on business at the shore, yet was so pleasantly surprised at the fantastic crowd and grateful for the support I got from the dealers who helped pull off a great show and good sales,â€? stated Pam Larson. Call 609-361-8039 for further information on this show and future ones. The second show of the season will be held Sunday, Sept. 15, and will be titled â€œShore to Please.â€? Admission is free.
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SHOWS & MARKETS ANTIQUE SHOW & FLEA MARKET CALENDAR 09/06-08/13, REHOBOTH BEACH, FRI & SAT 10 1M-6 PM SUN 10 AM-5 PM, Antiques, 229 Rehoboth Ave, Rehoboth Beach Convention Center GEORGIA 09/12-15/13, ATLANTA, THURS 12:45 PM-6 PM FRI & SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center 10/10-13/13, ATLANTA, THURS 12:45 PM-6 PM FRI & SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center MASSACHUSETTS 09/04-08/13, BRIMFIELD, WEDSUN 9 AM-5 PM, Antiques, 37 Palmer Rd, Heart-O-The Mart 09/04-08/13, BRIMFIELD, WED 6 AM-5 PM THURS-SUN 8:30 AM-5 PM, Antiques, 30 Palmer Rd, New England Motel & Antiques Market Inc 09/06-07/13, BRIMFIELD, FRI 8 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, Auction Acres 35 Main St Rt 20, J & J Promotions
09/07/13, BRIMFIELD, THURSSAT 9 AM-SUNDOWN, Antiques, 10 Palmer Rd Rt 20, May's Antique Market, Inc. NORTH CAROLINA 09/05-08/13, CHARLOTTE, THURS-SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 7100 Statesville Rd, Metrolina Expo Marketplace NEW JERSEY 09/07/13, SPARA, SAT 9 AM-3 PM, Vintage Costume Jewelry, 18 Sparta Ave, Homer's Restaurant Banquet Room 09/07/13, TITUSVILLE, SAT 9 AM-4 PM, Button, 1396 River Rd, Union Fire Co Banquet Hall
10/20/13, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor NEW YORK 10/12-13/13, STORMVILLE, SAT & SUN 8 AM-5 PM, Antiques & Flea Market, 428 Rt 216, Stormville Airport PENNSYLVANIA 09/07-08/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN 7 AM-4 PM, Jewelry, Clocks & Watches, 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market 09/07/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-5 PM, Flea Market, 22nd & Fairmount (Prison), Outdoors
09/07/13, TUCKERTON, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique F/M, Rt 9, Ocean County "Tip" Seaman Park
09/13-14/13, EAST WATERFORD, FRI 8 AM-7 PM SAT 7 AM-5 PM; PUBLIC AUCT 2 PM, Sportsman Show, Rt. 75 S, Tuscarora Valley Heritage Grounds
09/15/13, BARNEGAT LIGHT, SUN 9 AM-5 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, 19th & Bayview Ave, Historic Viking Village
09/14-15/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN, Vintage Clothing & Accessories, 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market
09/15/13, RINGOES, SUN 10 AM4 PM, Antiques Fair, Rt 179, Hunterdon County Fairgrounds
09/14/13, ALLENTOWN, SAT 10 AM-3 PM, Train Meet, 1901 S 12th St, Merchants Square Mall
10/06/13, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor
09/14/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-5 PM, Flea Market, 4th & Washington, Outdoors
46TH ANNUAL GETTYSBURG FALL OUTDOOR ANTIQUE SHOW
10/05-06/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN, Pepsi, Coke & Advertising, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market
09/26-28/13, KUTZTOWN, THURS 10 AM-4 PM FRI 8 AM5 PM SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectors Extravaganza, 740 Noble St, Renningers - Kutztown
10/05/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-5 PM, Flea Market, 10th & South St, Outdoors
09/28-29/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN 7 AM-4 PM, Homecoming Extravaganza, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market 09/28/13, GETTYSBURG, SAT 7 AM-4 PM, Antiques, Streets of Downtown 09/28/13, PERKIOMENVILLE, SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 318 Colonial Rd, Henry's Field 09/6-11/13, HARRISBURG, FRI NOON-5 PM SAT-WED 8 AM-5 PM, All-Dairy Antiques & Collectibles, 2300 N Cameron St, Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Ctr
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10/12-13/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN, Music, Lighting, Supernatural, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market 10/12/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-5 PM, Flea Market, 3rd & Pine, Outdoors 10/19-20/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN 8 AM-4 PM, Tobacco, Beer, Tavern & Pewter, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market VIRGINIA 10/11-13/13, FISHERSVILLE, FRI 10 AM-5 PM SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques Expo, I-64 & I-81, Augusta Expoland in the Shenandoah Valley
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Show Times Inside And Outside Dealer Set-Up Thursday 12:00 Noon Friday 8:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M. Saturday 7:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. Public Auction Saturday 2:00 P.M. (PTA D-8 Items Only)
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GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA Fall Show - Saturday, Sept. 28th
10/05-06/13, ALLENTOWN, SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Advertising, Book, Paper, 1929 Chew St, Agricultural Hall Allentown Fairgrounds
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125 Quality Dealers On The Streets Of Downtown
170+ tables of model trains and related items. Dealers from 5 states. Everything from Z to G scale. Parts, Vintage, New, DCC, Lionel, American Flyer, and more. Admission $5.00 Tables $20.00 in advance
09/21-22/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN 8 AM-4 PM, Farming, Hunting, Fishing, Rt 897S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market
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THE MORGAN WILL EXHIBIT AMERICAâ€™S HISTORICAL TREASURES THIS FALL
ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE SHOW
â€œReflections On A Nationâ€? To Feature American Writings From The Gilder Lehrman Collection In 1789, thirteen years of Queen Victoria. Written to after the commencement of accompany a presentation the Revolutionary War, copy of her novel, the letter George Washington reluc- conveys Stoweâ€™s deep admitantly assumed ration for the presidency Britainâ€™s aboliof the United tion of slavery States. In a letthroughout the ter penned to Empire in 1833. secretary of war In a stump Henry Knox, speech fragWa s h i n g t o n ment from expressed his A b r a h a m apprehensions: Lincolnâ€™s 1858 â€œMy moveSenate camments to the paign against chair of S t e p h e n Government Douglas, he will be accomargues that all panied with creatures are feelings not Declaration of Indepen- entitled to the unlike those of dence printed by Peter fruits of their a culprit who is Timothy, Aug. 2, 1776, own labor and going to the Charleston, S. C. The Gilder appeals to the Institute of publicâ€™s complace of his Lehrman American History. execution.â€? mon sense: Displayed alongside a â€œAlthough volume upon volfirst edition of Harriet ume is written to prove slavBeecher Stoweâ€™s â€œUncle ery a very good thing, we Tomâ€™s Cabinâ€? will be the never hear of the man who authorâ€™s letter to Albert, wishes to take the good of it, Prince Consort and husband by being a slave himself.â€?
Also on display will be a poignant letter from Frederick Douglass to Mary Todd Lincoln. In it, Douglass thanks the presidentâ€™s widow for the gift of her husbandâ€™s walking stick, noting that it was not merely a memento, but an indication of Lincolnâ€™s â€œhumane interest [in the] welfare of my whole race.â€? The Morgan Library & Museum is located at 225 Madison Avenue, at 36th Street, New York, N.Y. For more information, call 212-685-0008 or visit www.themorgan.org.
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Sunday, September 15th 9am-5pm Rain or Shine Victorian, country, shabby chic furniture; architectural & industrial findings, kitchenware, stoneware, jewelry, collectibles, nautical and memorabilia.
Over 55 quality dealers Free Admission Fresh Seafood Lunch & Coffee Bar Available Promoted by: The Seawife (609) 361-8039 Directions - Exit 63 Garden State Parkway to Rt. 72 E. to Long Beach Blvd. - bear left towards CVS. Head north 9 miles to Barnegat Light. Make left at 19th St. - then one block to Viking Village.
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This fall, the Morgan Library & Museum will display a selection of exceptional documents from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, one of the countryâ€™s foremost collections of Americana. The presentation, which will be on view starting Tuesday, Sept. 10, represents transformative moments and key figures in U.S. history, and it reflects the collectionâ€™s strengths in documents from the Revolutionary, early national, antebellum, and Civil War periods. â€œReflections on a Nationâ€? will be on view in the Morganâ€™s 1906 McKim building through Jan. 12, 2014. The Morgan has enjoyed a nearly two-decade-long relationship with the Gilder Lehrman Institute, which was founded by Richard Gilder and Lewis E. Lehrman in 1994. That same year, the Morgan presented â€œSeeds of Discord: The Politics of Slavery,â€? an acclaimed exhibition featuring documents from the collection. On view in â€œReflections on a Nationâ€? will be the only surviving copy of a 1776 edition of the Declaration of Independence printed in the South. South Carolinian Peter Timothy put his life on the line by publishing his name on the document. Indeed, four years later he was arrested, charged with treason, and confined to a British prison ship before being incarcerated in St. Augustine, Fla.
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September 21 Doll Auction
Auction Starts at 9am
OVER 600 LOTS
Over 600 lots in this sale â€“ Something for everyone Plan to spend a full day Bisque Characters: K & R 101, 114 glass eyes, 115, 116, 117n, 121, 122, black 126; Kestner 186; S & H 1159 Nurses, 1488; K & H 154, 526 boxed, 546, 536, 567 2-faced baby; large group of Gebr. Heubachs, 5636, Santa 5790, 7926 lady, 6969, 6970 and other pouties, 7746 grinning and other characters; H.S.&Co. 141 open and closed mouths; A.M. 401 lady; â€œJust Meâ€? in egg; â€œBonnie Babe,â€? Century Mama doll and other character babies by various companies; SFBJ 227; Nippon â€œHildaâ€? French Bisque: Jumeaux, fashions, DEP boxed, Steiner, Circle Dot Bru, Phenix All Bisques: Kestners, Bye-los, S & Hs, Mignonette with jointed elbows, Kewpies Heubach characters and piano babies Googlies: Large A.M. 323, H.S&Co. 172, A.M. 252 German Bisque: Kestners, S & Hs including 719, 769, 979, 949, 1009; Kuhnlenz, K & Rs, Limbach â€œRita,â€? â€œBaby Blanche,â€? B & Ps, Dressels, boxed Handwerck, other Handwercks, Bergmann, CB 3-faces, black character, early Sonnebergs Cloth: Chase, Kathe Kruses, Lencis, â€œLittle Shaver,â€? â€œChocolate Drop,â€? Norah Wellings, â€œMaggie & Jiggs,â€? Krueger â€œDonald Duck,â€? â€œPolly Heckewelderâ€? Schoenhuts: carved hair and wigged characters, boxed â€œMiss Dollyâ€? Compositions: Ideal â€œShirley Temples,â€? Alexander â€œLittle Colonel,â€? â€œSonja Henie,â€? â€œBaby Dimples,â€? â€œDionne Quints,â€? Dewees Cochran boy, F & Bs, Margaret Oâ€™Brien, McGuffey Ana, Vogue Toddles, Hendren â€œDolly Reckord,â€? â€œHappy Holliganâ€? Hard Plastics and Vinyls: Ginnys, Hoyers, Boxed Tonis, Elise, large selection of Cissys, Buddy Lee, Boxed F & B â€œHoney,â€? Alexander-kins, Jacqueline, 36â€? Shirley Temples Barbies: #1, #2, #4, #5, American Girl, Miss Barbie Special Interest: French wax fashion ladies, black dolls, Door of Hope collection including children, Ruth Gibbs with wig; Storybook dolls, babies and SXGJLHV6ZLVVZRRGVFROOHFWLRQRIFUqFKHĂ€JXUHV6WHLII6WXGLR*LUDIIH Artist Dolls: Gotz Serie Sasha, English Sashas, R. John Wright, Maggie Iacono, collection of â€œHittyâ€? dolls Teddy Bears, Doll Clothes, Accessories, and Furniture, including a Sarreguemines wash stand, Empire period desk, oak dresser 20% Buyerâ€™s Premium, 2% Discount Cash/Check, AH001884
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END OF AN ERA DAVIS SCRAP YARD AUCTION THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH 9:00 A.M. 1410 Old Glasgow Street, POTTSTOWN, PA 19464 Directions: Take Stowe Exit to High Street, to Glasgow Street follow signs to Old Glasgow St. TRUCKS: 2005 Chevy C 6500 Dump Truck, 55K, 1999 26 GW, Freightliner Truck w/22 ft. box. EQUIPMENT: 400 Cap. Toyota Forklift, 5000 Cap. Yale Forklift, Riding Mowers, others other machinery etc. 8’ Constellation Hydraulic Shearer, Compactor, Engine Hoist, Dress Press, Saws, etc. CONTENTS: Many Tin Signs, Abbots, Pedal Cars, Fire Truck, John Deere Tractor, Old Wagons, Scooters, Carnival Rides, Vintage Bicycles, Quilt, Lots of 60’s Tonka Trucks, Toy Parts, Tin Toys, Old Molds, Rabbit, Sheep, etc. ornamental Building Parts, Lamps, Vintage Soda Fountain Parts, Early Railroad Lanterns, Cigar Cutters, Lamps, Adam and Eve 18th Century Stove Plate, Early Boxing Bell, Wooden Planes, Vintage Seals, Door Brasses, Knobs, Furniture Pulls, Latches, Armor, Furniture, Oak Tables, Winder, Cupboards, Books, Magazines, Comics, Advertising Tins, Early Advertising Wooden Boxes, Sewing Machines, Trunks, Car Licenses, Vintage Car Parts, Classic Hood ornaments, Mack, Radiators, much more. Unique Brass Bank Tellers Doors, Tables of Toys: Buddy L Truck, Steam roller, all kinds of trucks, Structo, Tonka, Cast-iron Trains, Ferris Wheel, Marx Cars, Banks, Vintage Copper Boat, lots of smalls to be unpacked. So many Scales all sizes and shapes, Copper Kettles, Torches, Irons, Doorstops, Teapots, Clocks, Massive Train Whistle, and many others, Keeler Co. Pressure Gauge, CI Vintage Painted Water Pumps, Many Vintage Radiators, Copper Pots, Brass, etc. Several Large Dinner Bells, all metals, one Copper, Building grates, Brass Fire Extinguishers, Loads of Tractor Seats, CI Signs, many local, Cabinets, File Cabinets, Lots of tools, chains, Vintage Car jacks, Early Fire pump on wheels, Barrels, Milk cans, All kinds of Carts, Toledo Shipping scale, Office full of boxes, smalls, WWII Ship’s Beacon Light w/stand, Scrap Bins, Wire Baskets, 5x10 Sheets of Steel, Comfort Stove and others, Plastic containers, Stainless Carts, Oil Tank, International Truck tools complete set, Bandsaw in original case, Griswold Frying Pans, Anvils, Blacksmith tools, Wood Wall Phone, BB Guns ……… and much, much more! Started in 1939 the Davis Brothers was the most respected Scrap Business in the Tri-state Area. This is a remarkable Great American Success Story, with hard work, great employees, long hours … they became the Best in the Business! That being said …… this is one of the best metal stashes ever, be sure to come and see what was “put in the back room” for over 50 years. For the real purist everything in as found condition. 10% Buyer’s Premium
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This year’s auction will be held on Saturday, Sept. 7. It will the company’s eighth such event to date and will include 143 lots of basketball treasures. Each lot offered in the sale will be accompanied by a letter of
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1973 Jerry Lucas New York Knicks World Champion-ship ring, with Lucas and Hall of Fame LOAs. Grey Flannel Auctions image.
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Grey Flannel’s Basketball Hall Of Fame Auction Set For Sept. 7 Each year, basketball’s finest gather in Springfield, Mass., to honor the hardcourt superstars chosen for Hall of Fame induction. Together with the enshrinement and reunion dinner, there’s another exciting event that has become a tradition during the high-spirited weekend of honors: Grey Flannel’s annual Basketball Hall of Fame Auction.
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Denver Art Museum Announces Landmark Gift Of Western American Art The Denver Art Museum (DAM) in Denver, Colo., recently announced that Denver collector Henry Roath has pledged to give the museum’s Petrie Institute of
American art in the country, the Roath collection focuses on art of the American Southwest with a strength in works from members of the Taos Society of Artists.
our history,” said Christoph Heinrich, Frederick and Jan Mayer Director of the Denver Art Museum. “This transformational gift further establishes the museum’s western American art collection as
one of the best in the United States.” PIWAA’s mission is to recognize and promote the significance of the West in the larger picture of American cultural develop-
ment. Through publications, research, symposia, exhibitions and acquisitions, the Institute strives to bring the DAM to the forefront of internationally respected centers of Western American art.
Started in 2001, today it is home to one of the best collections in the country with specific strengths in early western American paintings, bronze sculpture, the Taos (Continued on page 19)
Gallery Auction THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH, 2013 AT 4:00 P.M. 2501 E. Ontario Street,
PHILADELPHIA, PA Additionally, Roath has made a financial gift of $500,000 to help establish a fund for future art acquisitions, enabling continued growth and development. Roath’s commitment gained support from other donors, immediately growing the fund to more than $1 million. “Mr. Roath’s generous gift to the museum and the people of Denver is one of the most important donations in
Western American Art (PIWAA) his collection of approximately 50 artworks by masters of the American West, including Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran, Frederic Remington and Ernest L. Blumenschein. Considered one of the best private collections of Western
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From Lanc. take 30E, turn right onto Pequea Ave., watch for sale sign. VEHICLES: ‘09 Toyota Tacoma 19,947 mi. Ext. Cab; ‘42 Military Jeep. ANT. & COLLECT.: Lg. Collect. Toys Incl. Steam Engine, Early Race Cars, Unusual Tin Marble Roller, Airplanes, Early Buddy L Pressed Tin Truck; Slide Glass Lamp; Early Pics. & Prints; GWTW Style Lamps; Coffee Grinder; Lg. Collect. Clocks Incl. Oak Arts & Crafts Style Wall Clocks, Gingerbread Style Mantel Clocks, Cuckoo Clocks; Lg. Sel. Crocks & Jugs Incl. Blue Dec. & Blue Stenciled & Demuth’s Snuff Crock; Early Store Display Cigar Lighter; Unusual CI Frings Cigar Display; Lg. Sel. Adv. Tins & Memorabilia; Early Slingerland Radio King Drum Set & Other Drums Incl. Garden Spot Band; Lg. Collect. Early Fireman’s Related Gear & Other Collectibles; Ben Pearson Longbow; Coin Collect. Incl. Silver Dollars, Pennies & Other Silver Coins; Lg. Copper Kettle; Impressive Lantern Collect. All Shapes & Sizes; Nice Collect. Green Swirl Agateware; Amber Parkesburg Etched Lamp; Lg. Early Bottle Collection; Sev. Coffee Grinders; Lg. Collect. Primitives Incl. Butcher’s Ladles, Flesh Forks, Candle Molds, etc.; Candy Dishes; Weighted Hanging Light; Lg. Ice Cream Scoop Collect.; Early Powder Horns & Flasks; Salt Glaze Milk Pitchers; Yellowware Bowls; Pedestal Cake Plates; Lititz Spring Shot Glasses; Leedsware; Planters Peanuts Jar; Early Unusual Tin Alphabet Plates; Lg. Collect. Early Fishing Licenses; Fantastic Collect. Early Tin & Enameled Signs Incl. Texaco Fire-Chief Porcelain Sign, Mail Pouch Tobacco, Gas Station Signs, Booth’s Store Display, Hostetter’s Jewelry Store Parkesburg, & many more! Marbles; Military Uniforms & Helmets, Ammo Boxes; Early Photo Album; Edison Standard Phonograph; Collect. Fluid Lamps; Bennington Glazed; Wheel Jack; Early Telephones Incl. Oak Wall Phone; Sleigh Bells; Early Baseball Uniform; Early Farrier Box; Wolf CI Fireplace Back; CI & Brass Platform Scale; Columbia Tourist Bicycle; Early Goat Wagon; Hames Bells; Hopewell Fireplace Back; Clock Parts; Copper Bathtub; FURN.: Early Blind Corner Cupboard; Grain Painted Flour Chest; 2 Dry Sinks; Lg. Jelly Cupboard; Early Round Butcher’s Block; Miller’s Desk; 2 Cherry DL Tables; Marble Top End Table; Vict. Side Chairs; Early Walnut Slant Top Secretary’s Desk; Dome Top Dovetailed Blanket Chest; Mahog. Tall Chest; Empire Chest of Drawers; Mahog. Bed; Oak Washstand; Ice Cream Parlor Chairs; 2 pc. Mahog. BR Suite; 3 Lg. Wood Chest; Dovetailed Blanket Chests; Early Oak 3 Tier Countertop Display; Victrola; Sony Flat Screen TV. LAWN & GARDEN: Yard-Man Snowblower; Leg Vise; Stihl 029 Chainsaw; Delta Miter Saw; Craftsman Drill Press; Craftsman Jigsaw; Lg. Sel. Hand Tools & Hardware; Ext. Ladders; Long Handled Rakes, Shovels, etc.; Lg. Collect. Runner Sleds. Auctioneers: John M. Hess AU003484L Phil Nissley AU002874L Judah Bauman AU005846 AY000253L 717-664-5238 or 877-599-8894
Absolutely Beautiful WHITE Lacquer Baby Grand Piano with Bench by “Kohler & Campbell”
Working Amish Family Size Buggy
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70+ ANTIQUE and ESTATE Rugs
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Hall Of Fame Auction (Continued from page 12)
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2013 NEW SUMMER START TIME 2 PM 2 HOURS OF BOX LOTS
Auction To Be Held On Rts 11/15, Just 6 Miles North Of I-81, Exit 65 Midway Between
MARYSVILLE & DUNCANNON PA 17020 Beside Leonard’s Oak World
LONG ARMS-HOYT BOW-AMMO FRAMED WILDLIFE PRINTS EARLY TOYS-EARLY BOOKS EPHEMERA-GLASSWARE-JEWELRY 50 LOTS OF COINS-LOTS OF SILVER-MORGAN SILVER $’S HOLIDAY BARBIES-FURNITURE
authenticity from the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Lots 1-17 presented in the auction are consigned directly by NBA Hall of Famer and Top 50 great Jerry Lucas, one of the most honored and accomplished bas-
CINDY FENTON, AUCTIONEER #AU003412-L
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2013 9 A.M. LOCATION: 339 E. Main Street, NEW HOLLAND, PA 17557 Garden Spot Fire Rescue. Antiques: Quality pieces including Furniture, Pewter pieces, lamps, Civil War Kepi hat, discharge document, copper pieces, agate pieces, many primitives, decoys, trench art, early books, Sterling pieces, early mirrors, 3 early hand guns, spongeware, wood planes, crocks and many items not listed. Don’t miss this sale! Terms: Cash, PA Check or Visa, MasterCard, Discover. (3% service fee for credit cards).
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LONG ARMS: Remington 700-270 Win w/Scope & Sling, Remington 1100-12 Ga. Mag w/Original & Cammo Barrels, Marlin Model 25-22 Cal., Baker 12 Ga. Double Barrel, Worthington Challenger 410 Ga. Shotgun, Ammo, Hoyt Compound Bow w/Arrows & Case, Quaker Boy Turkey Call. EARLY TOYS: MARX: G-Man Tin Wind-Up Machine Gun, Union Station Tin Terminal, Am. Flyer Mystic RR Station, NYC Checker Taxi Pedal Car, 1960’s Barbie & Midge Cases, Dolls & Clothing, 1995 Lionel Elec Train Set MIB. FRAMED WILD LIFE PRINTS: Turkey Prints By Mark Twain Noe & Jim Kasper, Duck Prints By V West & Jim Killen, Buck & Bear Prints By Manuel Mansanarez. COLLECTIBLES: Vintage Leather Mail Delivery Bags, Large Hand School Bell 61⁄2 Dia., Griswold & Wagner Pans, Vintage Kitchen-Salt & Peppers-Cook Books, RCA Victor Table Top Record Player, Lange Skinfold Caliper’s, Cross Pen Sets, Vintage Christmas, Miniature Spoon Displays, Mohler Oil Service Newport “Clarks Ferry Bridge Toll Rates”, Concrete Ready Mix Thermometer Middleburg, Stainless Spurs, Vintage Tools, Crocks, Graniteware, Wood Adv. Box “Grandma’s Soap”, Retro Wall Clocks w/Matching Candle Sconces, RCA Elvis Presley 15 Record Set Of 45’s w/Orig. Sleeves, Beatle’s 33 lp’s, Bluewater Ketch 1/32 Scale Model, McCoy Pink Frog Planter, Chandler Books. EPHEMERA: Vintage Postcard Albums, Railroad Station Postcards, Trays Of Early 1900’s 1st Day Covers, Children’s Books. ITEMS OF INTEREST: Lifetime Elite 60" Steel Frame Back Board MIB, Dyno Boys Mountain Bike w/Shocks. GLASSWARE: Depression, Lenox, Corelle, Glass Candy Containers, Shawnee, Crackle, Spode. ELECTRONICS: Lanzar Vibe 530-1000 Watt Car Amp, RCA Shelf System w/Dock For Ipod MIB, Phillips DVD Player, Ohm Speakers w/ Stands, Direct TV HD DVRl. NEW MIB DOLLS-DIE-CAST: Holiday Barbies, 30th Ann. Star Trek Barbie & Ken Gift Set, Winross Zembo & Farm Show, US Mail Ertl, Hess, 1:24 NASCAR. FURNITURE: Oak Hill By Taylor Stuart 48" Trestle Base Oak Table w/2 12" Leaves, 4 Windsor Side & 2 Arm Chairs, One Piece Oak Corner Cupboard w/Glass Doors-Glass Shelves, Hoosier Cabinet, 6 Slot Gun Cabinet, Oak Washstand, Oak Handkerchief Stand, Oak Corner TV Stand w/Glass & Brass Doors, Camel Back Trunk, Florence Queen Size Double Pillow Top Mattress, TV’s. FULL LISTING & PHOTOS ON WEBSITE CHANDLER BOOKS-COIN & JEWELRY LISTS ON WEB SITE MANY WONDERFUL COLLECTIBLES!! HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US !!!!
ketball players in the history of the game. Lucas is one of only three players in history to win championships at every level (high school, college, NBA, and the Olympics). The highlight of the auction is his 1960 USA Olympic Basketball Gold
two of the lots featured in this year’s auction. Robertson’s Cincinnati Royals road jersey comes from one of his mindboggling triple-double seasons. Another highlight is Chamberlain’s white San Francisco home jersey. Both are accompanied by letters of authenticity from the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Medal as well as his 1960 USA Olympic Basketball game-used jersey worn en route to that medal, his 1973 New York Knicks World Championship ring, his Ohio State Championship ring and his 1979 Hall of Fame inductee ring. Rare, game-used jerseys worn by Oscar Robertson and Wilt Chamberlain are also
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on Behalf of Judy Marquet and Others* 1958 Dubs Church Rd.,
HANOVER, PA 17350
Rt. 116 East of Hanover, Right on Rt. 216 South 2.9 miles then left on Dubs Church Rd. to Annex on the Right.
SAT., SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2013 717-476-1183
Bunnel & Scovill Clock, Ithaca Calendar Clock, Alameda Made by Waterbury Clock Co., Philco Radio, Planters Peanuts Jar, Gum Machine, Griswold No. 10 Dutch Oven, Cider Press, 13 Advertising Tire Ashtrays, Egg Crate Box, B T Babbitt’s Wood Box, Brass Bucket, Double Face Elephant Cookie Jar, Utensils, Old Cast Iron, Jugs, Crocks, Salt Glaze and Redware, Cowden & Wilcox, 2 Pie Crimpers, Stoneware Salt Glaze, Kerosene Lamps, Model V Vender 1 cent Gumball Machine, Parkway Machine Co. Penny or Nickel Gum Machine, Graniteware, Roseville, Coffee Grinder Enterprise, Tins, Cast-Iron Banks - Boy & Dog, Chicken, Elephant, Dog, Cow, Lion, Deer, Horse, Mutt & Jeff, Save, Bank, Church, Baby Shoe, 20 Hummels, Sofa, Chair, Dining Room Set, Bedroom Set, Trains, KKK Money Clips & Badges, Slave Tags, Oak Operators Switchboard, Oak Wall Phone, Candlestick Phones, Garden Tools, Hand Tools, Box Lots, and More! Sears, Roebuck Catalogs, 1921, 1906, Charles William Store New York 1917, 1914, Valentine Cards, Peanut Butter Glasses, Tramp Art Jug, Celluloid Fish, Duck, Swan. Hanover Nornir’s 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1969, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990. The Hanoverian Dec., Oct. 1904 Jan.-May 1905, 3 Forest Park Posters, Hanover Calendars Geo Sterner 1911, Conrad Shoe 1911, Holland Restaurant 1946, Glen Afton Farm Dairy, CC Berwager’s Dairy, Hundreds of Hanover and Local Postcards, Santa Clause, Halloween Postcards, Hanover Advertising and Memorabilia, Local Photos, Trade Cards, and Lots More! Posters/Die Cuts - Baseball - Babe Ruth Gum Pack, Louisville, KY, Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle, Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Parade of the Louisville Slugger 1941, The Big Yanks, Yankee Stadium, Ken Wel, Fro Joy Ice Cream, Wheaties, Hassan, Christy Mathewson, Ty Cob, Soda - Coca-Cola, Mt. Dew, Dr. Pepper, Boxing - Joe Louis vs. Max Schmeling, Jack Dempsey Knocks out Jess Willard, Columbia Cigar & Tobacco Sweeter Kiss, RMP Motor Oil, Hopalong Cassidy Hair Comb, Winchester Daisy’s & Sentinel Air Rifles, Lady, Best Pillsbury’s, KU Klux Klan, Palisades Amusement Park, Whizzer Dealer Ship, Clarks Spool Cotton, Disney - Pluto Cold Turkey, Goofy Californy ‘er Bust, Goofy Art of Skiing. We will Be Selling with TWO Auctioneers, So Bring a Friend with You! *Cash, Check, MC, Visa, Discover, American Express 3% Charge for Credit Cards* #25979
Ashley Kress ~ AA019299
Rick Kress ~ AU005675
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“CATALOGUE AUCTION IN THE GALLERY” TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10TH, 2013 AT 10:00 A.M. * DOORS OPEN 8:30 A.M. EARLY PREVIEW SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH FROM 12 NOON-4 P.M. AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH FROM 4 P.M.-7 P.M. 4644 Route 309,
JUST 6 MILES NORTH OF RT. 22 10:00 A.M.: 150 plus lots Furniture incl. 50 Lots of Knoll furniture out of local estate including Platner, Saarinen, Schultz, Bertoia, Florence Knoll, Breuer, Naguchi, Van Der Rohe, 2 baby grand pianos incl. Kimball & Chickering, Victorian Art Nouveau Armoire, Tiger Maple slant front desk, Transitional Federal-Empire chest, Baker & other quality tables, early Tavern table, early game table, Victorian tables, stands, Oriental room size rugs & 2 silk rugs, plus more! 11:00 A.M.: 400 lots including 150 plus lots Victorian glass and American and European Art Glass … Victorian glass incl. Rose bowls, Bride’s baskets, Vases, Biscuit jars, Sugar Shakers and Syrups … Signed Art glass & pottery includes Durand, Steuben, Quezal, Degus ands others not signed but in the Loetz & other European makers. 20 pieces American Indian Pottery, 3 rugs, sterling jewelry incl. Navajo, Plains and N. Plains, Remington 1858 U.S. Rifle & 1884 Springfield U.S. Model, 13 copies Avant Garde magazines 1968-69-70-71, Lladro Elephant group, Lladro 9 piece nativity set, James W. Queen & Co. triple microscope on stand, Music box Christmas tree stand, tabletop Edison & Victor record players, B&H fireplace set w/Andirons, screen, tools & fender, Rose Medallion & Imari, Chinese Export plates, woven Japanese bronze lunch basket w/decoration on lid and base of interior, 3 early Samplers, Le Coultre “Astros” mantel clock, 2 China case clocks, 2 Diamond rings, group of Japanese & Chinese Ivory Netsukes, rare brush pot, Tobacco pouch, silver Foo Dogs on marble balls, 19th Century Dutch teakettle, (2) Hansa stuffed Reindeer, (unsigned) Alfonso Titze bronze bear desk tray, 1813 blue & white coverlet, plus!!! 75+ lots Art & Sculptures: Including 11 Japanese woodblock prints, Limited Edition Prints including 2 small & 1 lg. Dali’s, Erte, Peter Max, Picasso, and others, 10 Klaus Ihlenfeld small metal sculptures, 30”x40” Tempera & oil with Glaze “Sunset Shining Through” by Oscar Durand set in 22k gold painted frame, many works by Elias (Stevenson) including Low & High Relief castings, Cast Sculptures in cold cast bronze, welded bronze, assembled Hydrostone, Richard Lieberman bronze sculptures, wood carvings, O/C 27”x38” Nude Female Study, carved walnut & pine sculptures, white marble & others, Al Erdosky Print Etching, plus!!! Early Posters incl. Liberty Loans - large American’s All! By Howard Chandler Christy, Traffic must come first, For Victory by W.S.S., Women! Help America’s Sons Win The War, 3rd Liberty Loan “My Daddy Bought Me A Government Bond - Did Yours? McCormick - Deering Shellers & Food Grinders, International Harvest Tractors, plus 1941 & 1955 PA RR calendars, Bull Durham smoking tobacco “Without a Match,” and others 100s of Photos and Details at www.tomhallauctions.com Cash * Check * Major Credit Cards * 13% Buyer’s Premium w/3 % discount for cash & checks. Live bidding at www.liveauctioneers.com (Terms may differ) Absentee Bids Happily Accepted * email@example.com or call 610-799-0808
Some Of The Knoll Furniture Some Of Signed Japanese Woodblocks
Elias Stevenson, Cast Sculpture, FGR Hydrostone (Fiberglass Resin). 35” Hx411⁄2” Lx15”W. Early 1980’s. In Association With Charlie Dent - Early Study Of Da Vinci Horse Study.
Pure Silver-Plated Richardo Del Rio “Jaguar”
Gustav Wahrenberg, Brandenburg, Germany Target Rifle
Elias Lieberman Sculptures
Some American Indian Pottery
Some Of 100 Plus Pcs. Victorian Art Glass
30”x40” Oscar Durand
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FABULOUS COUNTRY ESTATES AUCTION
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 2013
Featuring The Nixon Estate of Westfield, NY
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2013
AT 5 P.M. PREVIEW FROM 1 P.M.-5 P.M.
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14706 - On Exit #24 Ramp off Int. 86 - 60 Miles South of Buffalo Roderick & Priscilla Nixon were avid Antique Enthusiasts for over 50 years and were held in high regard for their keen eye for quality in the realm of Country & Formal Antiques from large to small. Regarded as Preservationists and Active in their local Historical Society, together they accumulated a fine selection of Antique Furnishings and Collectibles - All being sold to the highest bidders at live public auction. Collections as this seldom to come to market, donâ€™t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to own some of the best antiques hand selected and cherished by Priscilla in her many years in the Antique Industry.
LARGE SELECTION OF LOCAL ARTWORK: Andrew Wyeth, Abner Zook, Richard Bollinger, Peter Sculthorpe, Peter Max, Aaron Zook & Others ANTIQUES & JEWELRY In Addition To The Antiques, Art & Jewelry To Be Sold
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Starting at 9 A.M. in the Back Showroom with Session 1 Featuring a Discovery Auction of over 600+ lots of Collectibles from an Olde Time Estate. Hundreds of boxes FULL to be sorted by sale time. 4 P.M. Session II Featuring The Nixon Estate Collection - Main Showroom - A Once in A Lifetime Opportunity Selling Over 400 Lots of Catalogued Antiques Including: A Fine Selection of Country Antique Furnishings Including Paint Decorated, Cherry, Pine, & Formal; Important Mahogany Slant Front Secretary w. Master Painting Landscape Interior; Several Esteemed Artist Signed Oil On Canvas Paintings & Portraits; Windsor Chairs; Large Selection of Cobalt Blue Decorated Stoneware; Early Samplers & Textiles; Oriental Rugs; Early Lighting; Pr. Wonderful Fiske Cast-Iron Cotton Bale Jockeys; Hand-Forged Iron Items; Wonderful Country Store Advertising Clock; Original Paint Childâ€™s Buckboard Wagon; Miniatures; Fine China, Glassware; & Much Moreâ€Ś See Web Sites For 100s of Photos and Complete Listing
ANDREW WYETH PRINTS: Monday Morning #216, Harlequin #147, Southern Comfort #147, Snow Hill #32, Jupiter #269, Pentecost #184, The Carry #191. RICHARD BOLLINGER PRINTS: SET 1997: The Last Winter, Settlers Well, Homecoming & The Herr House. SET 2001: Carrot Nose, Brandywine Crossing, The Slate House & Nittany Pride. Anselma Revival Old Buck School - 686 of 750, Counting The Days - Remark - 23 of 30, Nightfall at Fells Point, Tradition, Country Christmas - 68 of 75 - Copper Etching. SET 4/ 98: Annapolis Morning, Bay Classic, Single Block & City Dock. SET 1996: Christmas Wish - 661 of 750, Winter Treasure - 389 of 750, Mountain Man - 40 of 750 & Garden Gate - 40 of 750. Days End, Autumn Retreat - 511 of 750, A Change of Seasons - 464 of 750, The Colors, A Place To Reflect, Autumn Treasure, December Dawn - Artist Proof - 9 of 10, The Lions Main - 679 of 850. Set 2003: Running Mates, King of The Mountain & Christmas Classic. Homestead Eve, Cross Roads, Harbor Lights, Twin Oaks, Nightfall at Annapolis, Osceola Mill, Ashbridge House - 1 Artist Proof & 1 Remark. PETER MAX: Umbrella Man - 2005. ANATOLE KRASNYANSKY: Officers Celebration #7. EMILE BELLET: Quietude Bleue Au Chat. LINDA LE KINFF: Romane. PETER SCULTHORPE: Topping The Ridge, Man With Fire, Oysterdale Road. AARON ZOOK: Wheat Harvest, Log Cutting, Plus 3 Others. ABNER ZOOK: Limestone Farmhouse. LORRAINE REIFF: Roadside Market ANTIQUES: Gold & Silver Jewelry; Beautiful Music Box With 24 Discs; Lionel Standard Gauge Trains, Some In Original Boxes; Lionel Standard Gauge Station; Lionel Accessories Including Crossing Gate, Semaphore; Street Lights; Vintage Train Platform Fencing; Dozens Of Figures, Celluloid, Cast Iron, Lead & Others; Beautiful Primitive Settee; Red Wing Crock; PA Long Rifle; Persian Percussion Pistol; Cast-Iron Bookends, Hubley Doorstop; Early Magic Lanterns In Original Boxes, Complete; Sterling Handled Repose Parasol; Lonergan Steam Whistle. Terms of Sale: Cash, Approved Check, Visa or MasterCard; 13% Buyerâ€™s Premium, 3% Discount for Cash or Check.
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Elk-Skin Death Jacket, Attributed To Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer, To Hit The Auction Block
240 HATCHERY RD. IN
★ Located 5 miles east of York, PA, take Rt. 30 east to the Hallam Exit, go south to ★ traffic light and turn left. Go thru Hallam Boro to Accomac Rd. on left. Turn left ★ and go 1 mile to Hatchery Rd. on right. Signs posted. ★ Maple 4 pc. bedroom suite, blond mahogany bedroom suite, pine hutch, recliners, ★ sofas, corner bench, cherry corner cupboard, 4 section bookcase, cedar chests, ★ cherry table w/6 chairs, wicker pcs., refrigerators, HP 42" flat screen TV, Maytag ★ washer, costume jewelry, Beanies, Boyds Bears, sm. kitchen appliances, pictures ★ & prints, books, tools, crocks, jugs, records, Goebel figurines, Lefton, sets of ★ dishes, 25+ Longaberger® baskets, Beam & Wild Turkey decanters, hankies, 20+ ★ Jim Shore items, 40+ pcs. of Polish pottery, Christmas ornaments & decorations, ★ cow creamers, carnival glass items to inc. N. Peacock at fence white dish, apple ★ jugs, 2 jardineers on stands, Texasware, lg. Bible, coll. dolls, 65+ pcs. of pink dep., ★ childs tea set, Hanover items, music boxes, lighters, many postcards, local adv. ★ items, “Barbie” items, pocketknives, 25¢ candy machine, Spin to Win Lazer Tron ★ game, 3 Think Pads, sheet music, old trucks, many Wrightsville Hardware items, ★ lg. coll. of Griswold items to inc. frying pans of all sizes, corn bread molds, gas 3 ★ burner stove top, griddles, waffle irons, kettles, muffin pan, quilts, hunting clothes, ★ deer mounts and much more. Just starting to unpack. Check our website at ★ www.toomeyauction.com or auction zip # 1893 for additions & photos. ★ Preview: Sunday evening from 6 to 8 PM. Jewelry sells at 12 noon, Furniture at 4:00 ★ ★ PM. TERMS: CASH OR APPROVED PA CHECK, VISA, MC, DISC., AMEX. ★ ★ TOOMEY AUCTION SERVICE, INC. 240 Hatchery Road, York, PA 17406 ★ ★ Frederick L. Toomey, CAI Mark A. Toomey AU-1297-L Phone (717) 755-6105 AU-3266-L Phone (717) 840-1193 ★ ★ Auction Center Phone (717) 252-0289 “The Trusted Name In Auction Services” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
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a friendly Indian. The Indian was one of those employed by the U.S. Army for scout work. He told my father that the coat had been taken by Sitting Bull from General Custer, who was wearing it at the time he was killed. It is impossible to establish an authentic history of the coat. I have only the above family history and my father’s Army discharge papers, which definitely place him in service at the time of General Custer’s death.” A copy of Joseph Dietzen’s discharge papers included with this lot confirms that he was in the service at the time of Custer’s death in 1876. The letter also states that the Smithsonian Institution was interested in obtaining the jacket, “but at that time, no money had been appropriated with which they could buy the coat.” The museum was of the opinion that the jacket was made
especially for a white chief by the Indians, and the floral designs on the coat represented several Native American tribes. As mentioned in an undated
18960 Hundreds of PSA & Beckett Graded Sports Cards. Graded Mickey Mantle from 1956 & 1966-69. Ryan, Jackson, Fisk & Schmidt Rookies. Authentic & Graded Strip Cards & Tobacco Cards. Many Modern Insert & Autographed Cards. 1940’s-1970’s Loose Baseball, Basketball & Football Cards. Over 30 Autographed Mini Football Helmets w/Many Hall of Famers. Autographed Baseballs w/Williams, Mays & Aaron. Signed Joe Montana Football w/Hand Painted Portrait by Wayne Prokopiak. Lots of Memorabilia, Bulk Card Lots, Pictures, Signs, Promos & More. Full Listing Available at www.SellersvilleAuction.com For Info or Questions Please Call 855-765-3001 ONLINE ONLY AUCTION - Toys, Die-cast & Action Figures Ends Monday, September 16th at 9 P.M. Full Listing at www.SellersvilleAuction.com Die-cast Vehicles Including 1/18 scale Ertl American Muscle, Johnny Lightning, Hot Wheels, Matchbox & More! Action Figures from Star Wars, Star Trek, Jurassic Park, Power Rangers, Ninja Turtles, G.I. Joe, Spawn, McFarlanes Sportspicks, Starting Line-ups, Transformers & More. LE & Collector Barbies w/other Dolls. Hundreds of Classic Toy & Collectible Keychains by Basic Fun. Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium w/3% Discount for Cash/Check. Sellersville LLC AH001943
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ANTIQUE AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 14, 2013 AT 9 A.M. 3013 E. Market Street, YORK, PA Springettsbury Fire Co. Social Hall. Cloverdale mirror, Pink & Green depression glass, antique desk, asst. vintage jewelry, old calendars, hat pins, ladies purse, Rapid Fire Machine Gun toy, asst. old booklets, children’s books, Advertising items (Columbia & Lancaster County), dresser mirrors, Ben Franklin toy catalog, 45 records, postcards, medical paper items, antique lamp, German WWII items, antique server, slant front desk, graniteware, Steiff Leo Lion, antique stand, kitchen primitives, cookie cutters, straight razors, asst. antique glassware & dishes, lots of advertising paper items, floor lamps, washstand, mirror, chest of drawers, Singer treadle sewing machines, clothes trees, round table, old Bible, Cresolene lamp, old books, John Deere pedal tractor & cart, sq. oak table, milk can, Barbie dolls, carved leg stand, rocker, porcelain top cabinet, mahogany server, biscuit box, antique tools, kitchen cabinet w/porcelain top, plus much more. All auction announcements supersede all printed material. See website for pictures. Terms: Cash or check with auctioneers approval, No out-of-town or out-of-state checks unless accompanied by a current letter of payment from your bank. 10% Buyer’s Premium. Preview Showing: Friday, September 13 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Estate of Howard Martin GILBERT & GILBERT AUCTIONEERS, INC. #2086 Brian Gilbert #2256 - Jacob Gilbert #336 www.gilbertauctions.com - 717-252-1656
144 Crosswicks-Chesterfield Road
CROSSWICKS, NJ 08515 SAT., SEPTEMBER 7, 2013
Preview at 8:30 A.M.
COIN & JEWELRY AUCTION US & World Coins - Currency - Jewelry
Auction at 10 A.M.
Chris Doerner, Auctioneer
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Multi-Generation auction featuring over 70 years of accumulation. Pre-War Lionel boxed set, American Flyer trains, Train accessories & HO Rolling stock, Games, cap guns, 1950’s dolls, Tootsietoys, Marbles, RC Cars. Saxophone, Art pottery, Glassware, Fishing tackle, some furniture, books, ephemera, household, Vint. boxed Pyrex & Corning, artwork, old magazines, tools, great weathervane, Liberty Bell racetrack clock, Fenton, classic rock records, stemware, Linens, Boehm plates. Stangl, Lenox & Pennsbury Birds, Schmid, Jewelry, Compacts, Bar Lights, cuckoo clocks, cameras, postcards, Flemish art, souvenir items, political memorabilia, Baseball Cards, Early hand-turned Baseball bat, Surveyor’s tools, Crocks, Scale, Ad Tins, Fire bucket, Old Christmas decor. Vintage Electronics, 100’s of Vintage Boy Scout patches, neckerchiefs, badges, mugs, uniforms, jackets, etc. Lanterns, sewing items, Early sports & travel pennants. Model A Oil Can & Wheels, Navy uniforms & blankets. Obsolete Coins including Silver Dollars, silver quarters & dimes (Eisenhower & Mercury), 1856 & 1857 Flying Eagle Cents, Indian cents, Buffalo & V Nickels, Silver Foreign coins, tokens, German medals, few pieces currency, unsearched wheat pennies, full blue coin folders. Pocket knives, Historically important WWII Photos Okinawa 1945 inc. dead Japanese soldiers. Directions: Rt. 130 N or S to Crosswicks Rd. in Bordentown. Crosswicks rd becomes Bordentown Chesterfield Rd., continue to left on Old York Rd. First right on Crosswicks-Chesterfield rd to auction on the right. Signs posted. Terms: Cash or check with ID. No sales tax. No Buyer’s Premium. Food by Hog Day Afternoon. Bring your own chairs. PAJ on site. Questions? Call 609-877-6843. Day of sale 609-560-3247. Check auctionzip.com ID #1049 for pics and more details.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH AT 11 A.M. Preview: 8 A.M. thru auction 1500 Paxton Street,
HARRISBURG, PA 17104
JEWELRY & WATCHES (at 11 A.M.) 100+ Lots: Diamond incl .99 ctw Fashion Ring, .44 ctw Princess Cut Studs; Gemstone Rings incl. Amethyst, Smoky Quartz, Pearl, Scarab; Gold incl. Chains, Cufflinks & Studs, Bands; Sterling incl. Carolyn Pollack Relios; Taxco; P. Fales Pendant. Large Collection NOS Lady Remington Fashion Jewelry incl. Earrings, Necklaces, Bracelets, Pins; Malachite & Hematite Beads; Pearls; Gold-filled Bangles; Painted Porcelain Cherub Brooch; Hattie Carnegie & Joseph Warner Brooches; More. Pocket watches incl. Waltham, Elgin; Wristwatches incl. 14k & Diam. Bulova, Gyro Girard Perregaux, Benrus, Hamilton. COINS & CURRENCY (at 12 NOON) 500+ Lots: US COINS: Gold incl. 2 1986 3 pc. Statue of Liberty w/$5; 1987 2 pc. Constitution w/$5; 1976 500/1000 Medal. 100s of Morgan & Peace Dollars (many UNC) incl. 1878-CC; 1882-CC; 1883-CC; 1884-CC; 1890-CC; 1884-CC GSA. Other Silver incl. Halves, Quarters, Dimes, Am. Eagles, Comm. incl. 1920 Pilgrim, .999 One oz. Ingots; Type Coins incl. 1883 Hawaii Dimes & Quarters; 1909-S & 1931-S Lincoln Cents; 1836 Capped Bust Quarter; 1929 Standing Liberty Quarter; 1811 Bust half; 1723 Woods Hibernia Half Cent. Proof & Mint Sets; Ikes; Nickels incl. War; Small and Large Cents incl. 1909 VDB Wheats. CURRENCY: 1838 Wiconisco Canal & Coal $1; Local Nat’l Banknotes incl. Series 1902 & 1929 Duncannon $5 & $10; 1929 Marysville & Newport $10. WORLD COINS (120+ Lots): Gold incl. Austrian Ducats, Mexican 2 to 5 Pesos, 1975 Bahama $100 22k proof, 1965 Peru 1⁄5 Libra, Miniatures incl. Maximillian, More; Silver: Mexican Pesos 1872-1978 incl. High Grade Independence, Horse & Railroad; Great Britain Trade Dollars; Chinese incl. 1911 Dollar & 1983 Marco Polo Proofs; German State 1866-1913; Haiti 1970 3 pc. Proof Set; Austria; Egypt; Finland; Panama Balboas; Siam; India; Proof Coin Sets, More.; Other incl. Great Britain Maundy Coinage; Early Austrian Copper 1800-1816; 1967 Anguilla Liberty Dollars; Mint & Proof Sets; Plus 100’s Common Coins 18th-20th C. From All Countries incl. Proofs; Foreign Currency. Tokens incl. Siamese Gambling, Canadian, Transportation, Tax, More! David Cordier, Visit www.CordierAuction.com for photos, lot lists & more details. AU005321 10% Buyer’s Premium. Terms: Cash, PA checks. Out-of-state checks with prior approval. All major credit cards accepted. Food concession. Located off of 717-731-8662 Interstate 83 between 13th Street and 17th Street exits.
Toys & Doll Auction 100+ Barbie MIB, Midge, Dawn, 12” G.I. JOE, Mego MIB, Playsets, Tin Robot, Liddle Kiddles 50+ Madame Alexander, Steiff Circus, Much More
PREVIEW DAY OF SALE 3 P.M.-6 P.M. Location: 220 N. Main Street, Suite A,
COIN AUCTION Gold • Silver • Paper Money (Including National Banknotes • Gold Certificates) Fine Selection Rare & Key Dates • Cents Thru Dollars Large Cents, Indian Head Cents, Capped Bust, Seated Liberty & Walking Liberty Half Dollars, Morgan & Peace Dollars, Proof & Mint Sets and Rolls
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2013 LOCATION: Econo Lodge, SHAMOKIN DAM, PA 17876
SAT., SEPT. 7TH - 9:00 A.M.
3249 N. Susquehanna Trail • Routes 11 & 15 near Sunbury, PA ABSOLUTE AUCTION • No Buyer’s Premium Inspection Of Coins 8:00 A.M. AUCTION BEGINS AT 10:00 A.M.
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director of operations. The associated documentation includes a 1958 dated letter from John Dietzen to Col. Raymond Vietzen, in which Dietzen recalls the family history of the jacket. “My father brought the coat back from the West when he returned in 1880. He ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ told my mother, and the story ALL DAY ★ was repeated to me in later years, that he had won the ★ coat in a shooting match from ANTIQUES, FURNITURE, COLLECTIBLES, JEWELRY, GLASSWARE, CHINA, TOOLS, TWO ROOMS OF BOX LOTS ★ Documented historic Indian Wars MON., SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 AT 9:00 A.M. ★ period elk-skin jacket attributed to Lt. Col. George Armstrong TOOMEY AUCTION CENTER
WED., SEPTEMBER 11TH AT 6 P.M.
premiere firearms sale. The pre-auction estimate of the jacket is $150,000-$300,000. “While the documentation accompanying the jacket is not a slam dunk, it certainly presents a compelling case,” said Laurence Thomson, RIAC’s executive
Blood-stained, tattered, and stiff with age, the elkskin death jacket attributed to the flamboyant commander of the infamous 7th Cavalry will hit the auction block on Sunday, Sept. 15, as part of Rock Island Auction Company’s (RIAC) three-day
GRADED SPORTS CARDS, AUTOGRAPHS & MEMORABILIA
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Hall Of Fame Auction
Circa 1975 ‘Pistol’ Pete Maravich New Orleans Jazz gameused home jersey with rare ‘Pistol’ name on back, Hall of Fame LOA. Grey Flannel Auctions image.
enhancing their Hall of Fame resumés. The VIP auction package includes the following benefits: Two game tickets to a Syracuse Orange or North Carolina Tar Heel home game during the 2013-14 basketball season, priority seating at the game behind the bench, attendance at the press conference following the game, and attendance at a team practice that will take place the day before the game. There is also a unique opportunity to be a part of the 2014 NBA AllStar Game in New Orleans. The VIP package contains two tickets to the NBA All-Star Game press conference prior to the game itself, where the nominees for the 2014 Hall of Fame Class are officially announced; two tickets to a private brunch with HoFers, held prior to the official announcement; two priority seats to the NBA Slam Dunk Contest held at New Orleans Arena on February 15, 2014;
two priority seats to the 63rd edition of the NBA All-Star Game held on February 16, 2014, at New Orleans Arena; and two tickets to a VIP reception held either before or after the All-Star Game. Winning bidders will be up close and personal with the greats of the game in a way like no other as a VIP for the 2014 NBA All-Star Game. “Pistol” Pete Maravich averaged almost 45 points per game during his years at LSU (before the three-point line existed) and is the youngest player ever inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The Maravich collection includes his 1976-77 NBA Scoring Champion Award, his 1977 signed contract with the New Orleans Jazz and his game-used New Orleans
Nazareth Auction Center ANTIQUE & AUTOMOBILE AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 A.M., AUCTION BEGINS AT 10:00 A.M. SPECIAL PREVIEW: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH FROM 12 NOON TO 7 P.M. 330 W. Moorestown Road (Rt. 512),
(11 Miles North of Bethlehem & Rt. 22 or 4 Miles South of Wind Gap and Rt. 33)
Antiques/Furniture/Collectibles: George Solliday, Jr. cherry case Grandfather clock with painted dial (dated 1824), many mantel and shelf clocks including china case, Victorian era walnut bedroom furniture with marble tops, OAK includes large fireplace mantel, stack bookcases, highchair, fainting couch, bookcase, hall rack and Hoosier cabinet, Schoolmaster’s desk, (2) jam cupboards, Butler’s desk, primitive side tables, Stickley cherry dining room table plus chairs and hutch, mahogany stack bookcases, spinning wheel, Victrolas, (10) Frederick K. Detwiller oil paintings, reverse painted and slag glass table lamps, vintage cello, Wave Crest dresser jar, Roseville, Van Briggle, Majolica, Rosenthal, Limoges, Lenox “Country Garden” dinner set, transferware, quilts, coverlet, selection of antique books including local history books, antique newspapers and more, Civil War era folding cot, limited edition framed Civil War prints, framed confederate loan certificates, Civil War reenactment uniforms, West Point cadet uniforms, Vietnam era parachute, purple heart with original box issued to injured POW of WWI, collection of framed documents with autographs/signatures of early important PA residents and others including Conrad Weiser, Henry M. Hoyt, Elisha Marshal, David Wilmont, Andrew Curtin - 1860s Northern war governor and others, scarce framed original fountain pen document listing the 6 convicts (Molly Maguires) that died on the gallows on June 21, 1877 (a period copy of the original - scarce!), and more! Autos (to be sold at 11:00 A.M.): 1929 Ford Model A (local estate find), 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280 SE Coupe, 1959 Ford Edsel Sedan w/52,000 Mi., plus a 1989 Chrysler New Yorker. See website for additional details, catalog, photos and terms.
Circa 1963 Wilt Chamberlain San Francisco Warriors gameused home jersey, extremely rare, Hall of Fame LOA. Grey Flannel Auctions image.
Jazz jersey that reads “Pistol” on the back. Bidders will be transported back in time with some never-before-seen styles from the ABA. Teams like the New Orleans Bucs, Minnesota Pipers, Carolina Cougars, Houston Mavericks and many more will come to life in the form of game-used warm-up jackets and shooting shirts. For additional information on the sale or to request a free full-color catalog, call 631288-7800, ext. 223, or visit GreyFlannel Auctions.com.
13% buyer’s premium with 3% discount for cash/check
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PERIOD FURNITURE * ANTIQUES * ORIENTAL RUGS * PAINTINGS * STERLING SILVER CHINA * ART GLASS * LIGHTING * MAJOLICA * FLOW BLUE TIFFANY * PRIMITIVES * PRINTS * ETC. VISIT AUCTIONZIP.COM ID#3175 FOR PICTURES AND LISTING CONTENTS TERMS: NO Buyer’s Premium. Cash or Good PA Check Accepted Day of Sale. No Out-ofState Checks Without Current Bank Letter of Credit. Everything is sold AS-IS and WHERE-IS with no guarantee whatsoever, all sales are final. We have made every attempt to describe each item as accurately as possible; however, although we do not believe so, there may be some inaccuracies. We expect all buyers to inspect each item personally and make their own judgment before bidding takes place. Announcements by auctioneers take precedence over printed matter. Buyer agrees, upon registration to bid to the terms and conditions of this auction. Rain or Shine Please Bring Chairs Food Available.
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AUTOMOBILE OWNERS MANUALS Wanted most years and models. Also sales brochures, service manuals, etc. TMC Publications, 6308 Deer Park Rd., Reisterstown, MD 21136. 410-526-4495. www.tmcpubl.com
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ART- OLD OIL PAINTINGS wanted, any condition, New Hope School artists, PAFA artists, gold leaf frames and mirrors. 20 years experience. Immediate payment. Call 215-348-2500. LOUIS ICART ETCHINGS Bill Holland, 610-470-5925 or Renningers Sunday Antique Market, Booth A-53, Adamstown, PA 8am-1pm, email firstname.lastname@example.org
ALL HUMMELS WANTED: Still paying the best prices. Call John Rokicki 610-213-2361.
AUTOMOBILES WANTED. LOOKING to buy old foreign cars, especially British. Will purchase in any condition, also buying parts. Call Ed, 856-816-7321. CARNIVAL, CIRCUS, FREAKS, Sideshow, Fairs, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, Nude Photos, Fireworks, Pinups, Strippers, Burlesque, Auto Thrillshow. Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418. COMIC BOOK COLLECTIONS. Contact me for FREE Appraisals if you wish to sell your comics or just determine their current value. I’ll provide you honest recommendations based on three decades experience and will assure you receive the fairest and highest prices whether it’s 1 book or a 1,000. Call Ed 215-351-5392 or email email@example.com I BUY ENTIRE CD & DVD Collections. New and used. CD: Classical, Jazz, Rock, etc. DVD: criterion, foreign, documentary, hard to find tiles. Phone 301-919-2798, email firstname.lastname@example.org I BUY RUSSIAN Imperial antiques: Samovars; Silver & Gold orders, Badges, Coins, Porcelain, Officers Uniforms & Daggers, Icons, Paintings. Phone 301-919-2798 email email@example.com
HAMMOND ORGANS WANTED. Leslie speakers & console pianos. Pottstown, PA 610-495-5234 or firstname.lastname@example.org Also Orlando, FL Area. MUSIC BOXES WANTED Buying and Selling Cylinder & Disc Music Boxes, Bird Cages, Bird Boxes, Phonographs, Automatas. Specializing in all Antique Resortation Services for over 60 years. Ask for Gerald Wright. Rita Ford Music Boxes, 1253 Springfield Ave. #304, New Providence, NJ 07974, 908-377-3225, 212-535-6717. www.ritafordmusicboxes.com
OLD TOY SOLDIER Collections Wanted. Metal or plastic, Pre-1970. Forts, Castles, Horses, Cannons, Knights, Cowboys, Marx, Britains, Dimestore. Send descriptions, photos to: Gary Miller, 114 Carlsan Spring Dr., Georgetown, KY 40324. email@example.com OLD TOY TRAINS, collector will pay generously for well-kept (1900-1970) Lionel, Flyer, Marklin and Ives, trains & accessories. Dr. Bob 215-348-0944
MUSIC BOXES WANTED, highest prices paid. Gems to junkers- we buy, sell, repair. Chet Ramsay Antiques, 2460 Strasburg Road, Coatesville, PA 19320. 610-384-0514 SHEET MUSIC WANTED, any era. Sandy Marrone, 113 Oakwood Drive, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077, 856-829-6104 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org WANTED OLD RADIOS, Tubes, Hi-Fi Equip., Amplifiers, Speakers, Ham Radios, Tube Testers & related items. Large and small collections. Call Rich 484-948-8044, Pottstown, PA.
Vintage Tube Electronics DEAD OR ALIVE
Audio Equip. - Vacuum Tubes Speakers - Ham & Military Radios Surplus Parts - Test Equipment Hi-Fi Stereo & More
AUTO, TRUCK and Motorcycle: catalogs, brochures, manuals and any showroom related items. Ron Ladley, 210 Stone Rd., Barto, PA 19504, 610-584-1665.
KEYSTONE TELEPHONE COMPANY of Philadelphia Wanted. Telephones and related items, signs, telephone books. Call Andy, 732-986-2637 or email@example.com
WANTED: MUSIC BOXES, slot machines, old Juke boxes, any cond. Call or write Frank Zygmunt, PO Box 542, Westmont, IL 60559. email firstname.lastname@example.org 630-985-2742.
MOVIE POSTERS Highest Prices Paid Lobby Cards, 1-Sheets, Window Cards, Glass Slides Displays, Dwight Cleveland, POB 10922 Chicago, IL 60610 773-525-9152, Fax 773-525-2969, email@example.com OCEAN LINER MEMORABILIA china, glassware, silver, paper, souvenirs, posters or models. Cunard, French Line, White Star Line, Italian Line, etc. 607-625-3947 OLDER FIREWORKS OR Packs Wanted by Collector, 573-474-5030 or 573-881-0090. WRIST WATCHES & POCKET WATCHES I am interested in purchasing small lots or entire collections or watchmaker/ store inventory closeouts. 267-978-7297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TOP DOLLARS PAID for Carbide Cap Lamps, oil wick/ lard lamps, blasting cap tins, scatter tags, carbide lamp parts and small mining artifacts needed in my collection. Larry Click 703-241-3748 or email LarryClick@msn.com www.clickstersminingartifacts.com
ANTIQUE/ OLD GUNS WANTED Collector buys old muzzleloaders, pistols, shot guns, Kentucky rifles, knives, swords, hunting licenses & photos, animal traps, hand forged & bear traps, old ammo, antiques, military helmets. One piece or collections. House calls made. PO Box 83, New Tripoli, PA 18066, email@example.com 610-298-3180.
CASH FOR 78 RPM records! Send $2 (refundable) for illustrated booklet identifying collectible labels, numbers, actual prices paid. Docks, PO Box 780218, San Antonio, TX 78278-0218. GUITARS, VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, banjos, early brass & woodwinds. We buy, sell, & appraise. In business since 1974. Vintage Instruments, Philadelphia, firstname.lastname@example.org 215-545-1100.
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Society of Artists and early modernism in the American West. “With this gift, and Mr. Roath’s generous financial commitment to an acquisitions fund, the Institute can
take the next step in its three part plan,” said Thomas Brent Smith, Petrie Institute of Western American Art Director. “First, we focused on enriching our city and region by developing an Institute that is a leader in scholarship, programming and exhibitions. Then we set our sights on securing our financial future by successfully endowing the department. Now we can focus on strengthening our collection.” For information on the museum, visit w w w. d e n v e r a r t museum.org.
SMALL COLLECTION MINIATURE oil lamps, 10 pcs., Bisque Girl with cart, Sandwich Crystal Aladdin, Dresdon porcelain with cupids, cranberry glass and others, call Susan 570-877-0412.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE REFINISHING Cabinet company offers professional refinishing services for your family treasures. We can match the finish of most antique pieces. Wood furniture only. Contact us for a quote. 717.859.4961
ANDY WARHOL signed and dated original 1964 LIZ TAYLOR print, 23”x23” call 908-930-0909.
ASIAN ANTIQUES SALE 20-40% off Fine Chinese, Japanese- jade, porcelain, snuff bottles. RAB Collection at the German Trading Post, RT 272 Denver/ Adamstown, PA.
**BIG BARN FULL OF THINGS** Come and search our barn full of antiques, collectables and LOTS more. May have permanent vendor spaces available. Adjacent barns with more goodies. Outdoor Flea Markets and Craft Shows. 965 Park Road, Blandon PA 19510. Between Kutztown and Reading. Call for more info (484)7943693 COLLECT INSULATORS! STARTER kits of four collectible insulators all over 75 years old shipped post paid for $30. Subscribe to the insulator hobby publication, “Crown Jewels”, for $30 per year (12-issues). Or, order both for the special price of $50. Crown Jewels, 65028 Granger Road, Lostine, OR 97857 or phone 541-569-2318 for more info.
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SPORTS CARDS AND other sports related items. Publications, pins, pennants, tickets, etc. Pre-1975. Philadelphia items especially wanted. Ellis, 158 Stratford Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19115, 215-934-5618. TIRED OF EBAY? Sell your Sports Cards and Memorabilia to a Collector. Ken Domonkos 848-448-4709, email@example.com WANTED BASEBALL/ BOXING Cards & Memorabilia. Tobacco packs opened/ unopened, pre-war, before 1970. Valuable collections only. No appraisals 610-9990131, firstname.lastname@example.org
1800-1970 SELL YOUR ANTIQUE TOYS, TRAINS, SPACE TOYS & ROBOTS FOR THE HIGHEST PRICE! No one will pay you higher for Tin Toy Collections! email@example.com 856-547-5521 ALWAYS BUYING PHOTOGRAPHS, Archives, Albums, Snap-shots, Collections. Call Jim 800-872-9990.
COUNTRY PRIMITIVE FURNITURE Pie Safe; 4 drawer New England Blanket Chest; Harvest table; Dressers; Spool Beds; Drop Leaf Tables; Step-back Cupboard; Boston Rocker 239-877-2206.
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WE BUY IT ALL INDIAN ARTIFACTS: BUYING entire collections, large or small! Appraisal & authentication services available. Paul @ 717-721-2451
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ANTIQUE TOYS & TOY SOLDIERS WANTED of every description. 1800’s-1950’s. Write for free 3 page illustrated want list. Bruch, P.O. Box 121, Mountaintop, Pa 18707. Call toll-free 800-549-8697 firstname.lastname@example.org MATCHBOX CARS WANTED If you’re interested in selling your collection, call, fax or write, ask for- Larry, 830 Fulton Ave., Lansdale, PA 19446. 215-855-1962 or fax 215-368-9684.
DO YOU COLLECT Old Paper, Ephemera, Advertising, Country Store, etc? Subscribe to "THE PAPER & ADVERTISING COLLECTORS’ MARKETPLACE", the monthly collector's newspaper that covers this specialty. For a FREE sample copy, phone 1-800-800-1833, ext. 2541, 8am-4:30pm daily. SCRIPOPHILY COLLECTION, ANTIQUES Stocks & Bonds, framed Philadelphia & Lancaster Turnpike Rd., dated 1795, signed by William Bingham and other assorted Railroad & Mining, call Susan 570-877-0412.
TELEPHONES: 1892-1982, over 85 different & associated. Free Cataloge. Wish to sell entire business. Call 608-582-4124 www.phonecoinc.com email@example.com
RECORDS IN FREDERICK, MD 33 vinyl LPs, 45s, 78s, Classical, Jazz, Rock, older Pop, Shows, International, etc. Old Glory Antiques L-9, 301-662-9173. Cannon Hill Place (also CDs) 301-6959304. We buy by appt. 301-694-5179.
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newspaper article, the Smithsonian believed that the bands were of the Apache Indians of Arizona and the floral designs were made by Chippewas and Menominees of the Great Lakes region. The jacket remained in the Dietzen family until 1959, when John Dietzen sold it to Col. Raymond Vietzen, where it was placed in his Indian Ridge museum in Elyria, Ohio. The museum contents were sold in 1995 when Vietzen died, and the jacket was sold to its current owner. As for the jacket itself, its construction is primarily of elk skin, and it has been lavishly and colorfully embroidered and fringed. The front and back of the jacket are adorned with a triangular pattern of various colored materials and embroidered with a floral pattern that extends down the sleeves. The triangle inserts appear to be fashioned out of silk and corduroy. Two bullet holes are visible on the jacket. The first is located on the upper left side of the jacket’s rear (entry) and exited the front left breast near the heart and has a 3/4-inch-diameter circular-shaped repair. A second circular-shaped repair, nearly 1/2 inch in diameter, is found on the right sleeve, of which both spots exhibit considerable and visible blood staining. Custer was known for wearing a buckskin coat and
trousers while serving in the West. The image of the buckskin-dressed Custer fighting to his death in a defensive circular position amongst his beloved and doomed 7th Cavalry has been immortalized in paintings, literature, and over 50 films. It is a wellknown fact that Custer owned several buckskin coats. In 1912, Custer’s widow donated one of her late husband’s famous jackets to the Smithsonian Institution, where it remains today. But did Custer wear a buckskin jacket on the day he died? Many accounts by Indian warriors who fought at the Little Bighorn told of a death of a buckskin-clad officer. Many assumed that this officer was Custer, but other officers of the regiment also wore buckskins, including Custer’s brother, whose mutilated body was stripped of his jacket. White Bull, the nephew of Sitting Bull and one of several men who claimed credit for killing Custer, attested that he shot a buckskin-clad officer riding “a fine-looking big horse, a sorrel with a blazed face and four white stockings.” Custer was the only officer on a sorrel horse with four white socks, and this one detail does suggest that Custer died wearing a buckskin jacket. With the exception of his socks and the shoe portion of one boot, Custer’s body was stripped naked. The Colonel’s body was found among a group of about 42 dead men, possibly in a defensive posture. By several separate accounts of troopers who sur-
veyed the aftermath of Last Stand Hill, Custer’s body was found with bullet wounds in the temple, left side of his chest, and arm. Note the same bullet wounds in the jacket. Compared to the bodies of his comrades, Custer had been mildly mutilated. “I can’t tell you how many times in this business we are approached by individuals who claim to own Ben Franklin’s bifocals, Abraham Lincoln’s axe, or General Robert E. Lee’s sword. Rarely do the items even look the part, let alone have any documentation or provenance to back up their claim. This jacket is not only of the period and style, but is accompanied by enough evidence to certainly be plausible. Since we cannot say for certain, we want to simply present the facts, and the let buyers make up their own mind,” concluded Thomson. The Custer-attributed death jacket will be offered accompanied with a buckskin shirt attributed to also coming from Little Bighorn. The sale will take place on Sunday, Sept. 15, on day three of the large sale. Also included in the sale is an extensively documented Springfield model 1873 trapdoor carbine confiscated by federal troops after the Wounded Knee massacre. This carbine is one of eight such trapdoor carbines recovered after the battle, having been initially procured by Indian warriors after their victory at the Little Bighorn. For more information about these items, visit www.rock islandauction.com.
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