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VOL. 44, NO. 2 FRIDAY JANUARY 11, 2013

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As The Old Year Winds Down, TFC Starts The New Year With Precision And Splendor oday the question “What time is it?” is quickly answered by looking at any number of devices around us, from watches to phones to computers. For millennia, however, determining the correct time was not so simple. In fact, it was not until the late thirteenth century that the first mechanical clocks were made, slowly replacing sundials and water clocks. It would take several


Thomas Mudge (17151794), chaser and casemaker John Gastrill (active 1757-1766), Gold Repousée Pocket Watch, 1757, D.: 1-3/4 inches, The Frick Collection, New York, Bequest of W i n t h r o p Kellogg Edey; photo: Michael Bodycomb.

in the homes of a few wealthy individuals. The existence of mechanical clocks was made possible by an invention known as an escapement. Falling weights (and later springs) provided the energy to

this time were regarded as objects of curiosity; their principal function was to display the wealth and erudition of their owners and to entertain guests at banquets. The earliest example in the exhibition that incorporates an escapement, a coiled

spring, and a fusee is a gilt-brass power the table clock made in clock’s mech- A i x - e n - P r o v e n c e anism, while the David Weber (active 1623/24escapement 1704), Gilt-Brass and Silver regulated the Table Clock with Astronomical Calendrical Dials, probarate at which and 1653, height: 23-3/8 inches, that energy bly The Frick Collection, New was delivered to the York, Bequest of Winthrop hundred years before mechanical timekeepers became oscillator (at first a simple bal- Kellogg Edey; photo: reliable and accurate. A special ance and later a pendulum). Michael Bodycomb. exhibition, “Precision and The introduction of the Splendor: Clocks and Watches at escapement gradually caused the about 1530 by de The Frick Collection” on view at shift away from time-finding Pierre the revered New York City institu- devices (sundials) and time-mea- Fobis. One tion from January 23, 2013, suring devices (water clocks) to of the most through February 2, 2014, timekeepers (clocks and later famous French explores the discoveries and inno- watches) as advances in science clockmakers of his time, Fobis is still recognized today for his vations made in the field of horol- and technology were made. In the fifteenth century durable and highly refined moveogy from the early sixteenth to the nineteenth century. The exhibition, progress in metallurgy made pos- ments. The Frick’s clock is among sible the production of Fobis’s rare surviving works and is to be shown in the new Portico springs, which ultimately led one of the earliest extant springGallery, features eleven clocks and to the development of driven timekeepers. Its complex fourteen watches from the portable clocks powered by a movement is set into a typical sixWinthrop Kellogg Edey bequest, coiled spring rather than a teenth-century French clock case, along with five clocks lent by the weight. The origins of the inspired by classical architecture collector Horace Wood Brock that spring-driven clock are and ornament rediscovered durhave never before been almost as obscure as ing the Renaissance. Except seen in New York the invention of the for the small dial in blue City. Together, w e i g h t - d r i v e n enamel, the hexagonal giltthese objects brass case is covered c l o c k . chronicle the entirely with acanthus Evidence evolution over scrolls, urns, winged suggests the centuries of heads, and tiny figures t h a t more accurate whose limbs morph into t h e and complex elegant, intertwining idea timekeepers foliage. The initials and illustrate “IM” found on the aesthetic each face may developments refer to the origthat reflected inal owner, perEurope’s latest haps Jean styles. Martin, who was Chavannes le Jeune (active instrumental in circa 1650-1660), enameling attributed to Pierre bringing Renaissance Huaud (1612-1680), Gold and Enamel Pendant architecture to France. Watch, circa 1660, D.: 1-1/4 inches, The Frick Pierre de Fobis Collection, New York, Bequest of Winthrop Kellogg Edey; photo: Michael Bodycomb. (1506-1575), Gilt-Brass Table Clock, circa 1530, H.: 5 inches, The Frick came from Italy. Time Keeping During Collection, New York, In the early 1400s The Renaissance Bequest of Winthrop Kellogg It’s not known when, where, or Filippo Brunelleschi and by whom the first mechanical others made drawings of spring- Edey; photo: Michael Bodycomb. Germany was a leading proclock was invented, but by the driven devices that made the mid-fifteenth century several invention of the portable time- ducer of clocks during the European towns had a monumen- keeper possible. One of these Renaissance, and, by the late sixtal timekeeper, powered by falling devices was the fusee, a cone- teenth century, Augsburg was an weights, incorporated into the shaped spindle that equalizes the important center of their manufacarchitecture of a church or public diminishing force of a coiled ture. The gilt-brass and silver table hall. Smaller versions of weight- spring as it unwinds. Ornate and clock made by David Weber driven clocks could also be found prohibitively expensive, clocks at around 1653, most likely for his

admission to the Augsburg clockmakers’ guild, exemplifies his expert i s e .

luck and plentitude; and narcissi remind us of fleeting youth and rebirth. The base depicts the four elements - air, water, fire, and earth symbolizing cosmic order and harmony. The complex mechanism includes seven dials that provide astronomical, calendrical, and horary information. The prominent central dial is an astrolabe with twentyone star pointers and two concentric hands, which

Pierre de Fobis (1506-1575), GiltBrass Table Clock, circa 1530, height: 5 inches, The Frick Collection, New York, Bequest of Winthrop Kellogg A l t h o u g h relate to Edey; photo: Michael W e b e r the sun Bodycomb.

and moon. The smaller dial beneath it is an alarm. The Development Of The Watch Watches were introduced in the middle of the sixteenth century following the refinement of spring-driven clocks. Like the early clocks, the first watches were inaccurate, valued primarily as luxury items and fashion accessories by men and women of distinction. Just as clocks were unreliable until the pendulum clock was invented in 1653, watches became more accurate only after 1675 when the balance spring was introduced. During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the most sought-after watches were decorated with enamels to resemble miniature paintings on paper, parchment, or ivory. A stunning example is an early balancespring watch made in Switzerland about 1685. The movement by Henry Arlaud is set into a AbrahamLouis Breguet lavish enamel case (1747-1823) and by Pierre Huaud II. sents the Antoine-Louis Breguet Both men were the Roman goddess (1776-1858), Gold and Silver sons of French Fortuna and serves Double-Dial Desk Watch Protestants who had Decimal and fled France and as a reminder of the Showing capriciousness of Traditional Time, circa 1795- established themlife. Because of this 1807, D.: 2-7/8 inches, The selves in Geneva in Collection, Bequest of the early seventeenth association, Fortuna Frick Kellogg Edey; was often used to Winthrop photo: Michael Bodycomb. century. The Huaud family popularized adorn timekeepers, even as their orderly mechanisms the practice of decorating watchworked to undermine her. Floral cases with miniature paintings cremotifs decorating the clock elabo- ated with opaque colored enamels rate on its symbolic message: car- over a ground of pure white enamnations, like Fortuna, allude to el. A painting or a print usually capriciousness; tulips symbolize (Continued on page 2) chose a popular form for the clock’s case, he demonstrated his imagination and hand skills in its finely worked surfaces. The tower, composed of two tiers, rises to the formidable height of nearly two feet. Balancing precariously atop a winged sphere, a female figure repre-

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inspired the scenes. In this case, Huaud based his composition after The Toilet of Venus, a large canvas of around 1640 by the French artist Simon Vouet. It is unlikely that Huaud ever saw the painting (now at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh), copying instead the engraving of 1651 made by Vouet’s son-in-law, Michel Dorigny. Indeed, the scene on the watch is oriented like the engraving, which is a reverse image of the original painting. Huaud chose to execute the composition using the rich and vivid colors that were his family’s trademark.

18th-Century Splendor: Remarkable Loans Featured The precision and splendor of the art of clockmaking in France during the eighteenth century is extremely well represented by several clocks from the collection of Horace Wood Brock. Although by this point their mechanisms had become both reliable and accurate, clocks continued to be valued as objects of distinction used to display their owners’ wealth and refinement. A perfect example is the lavish clock with its two matching vases. Made of a rare type of Chinese porcelain known as celadon bleu fleuri, the already costly

Clock with Study and Philosophy, movement by Renacle-Nicolas Sotiau (1749-1791), figures after Simon-Louis Boizot (17431809), circa 1785-90, patinated and gilt bronze, marble, enameled metal, and glass, height: 22 inches, Horace Wood Brock Collection.

vases were embellished with a with important watches and His patrons included movement by Jean Martin and clocks by the innovative horol- Louis XVI, Napoleon, gilt-bronze mounts shortly ogist Abraham-Louis Breguet and most of the civil after their importation to and his son, Antoine-Louis and political leaders of France, in an attempt to satisfy Breguet, who, at the end of the his day. A modern looking French collectors’ perpetual eighteenth and beginning of quest for increasingly more the nineteenth century, created watch by the Breguets elaborate and novel luxury highly accurate movements set is one of the very few items. The mounts reflect the in sober and elegant cases. watches or clocks to latest style, the goût grec Writing in 1982 Winthrop include both traditional (Greek taste), which devel- Edey - who bequeathed his and decimal dials. The oped in the 1760s and 1770s as collection of clocks to the decimal system, introa reaction to the rococo style Frick in 1999 - described the duced during the French Revolution, favored by Louis XV and his affected not only court. Here the beautifully weights and meachased mounts include sures, but also time. crowns of laurel, acanthus (Decimal time dividleaves, pilasters, lion’s masks, ed the day into ten and other motifs inspired by hours and the year classical Greek and Roman into ten months.) architecture. A gilded snake This new division of indicates the time. Arlaud (1631-1689), enameling time, however, Henry Cases for clocks reached by Pierre Huaud II (1647 - circa 1698), proved impossible to Gold and Enamel Pendant Watch, circa new heights of elaborateenforce: the 1685, D.: 2-5/16 inches, The Frick ness in France during the Republican calendar, Collection, New York, Bequest of late eighteenth century, introduced on the Winthrop Kellogg Edey; photo: often incorporating sculpautumnal equinox in Michael Bodycomb. tures in bronze made by 1792, remained in use or after renowned artists. for only thirteen years; the for the exhibition is generously One such example is the decimalization of the day, provided by The Selz stunning mantel clock of issued by a 1793 decree, was Foundation, Peter and Gail about 1785 to 1790 repreabandoned in less than eigh- Goltra, and the David Berg senting Study and teen months. The Breguet Foundation. Philosophy after a sculpThere are a number of watch was probably made ture by Simon-Louis related programs and events shortly before or after Boizot, shown on page 1. Abraham-Louis returned to accompanying “Precision and A classical symmetry is achieved by placing with- George Smith (active circa 1622 - Paris from Switzerland in Spelendor.” For more informain an imaginary equilater- after 1646), Silver Calendrical and April 1795. The traditional tion and updated information Pendant Watch, circa twelve-hour dial was made on those, visit the website: al triangle the figure of Astronomical 1625, silver gilt, gilt brass, and steel Study on the left, on brass, width: 1-5/16 inches, The after 1807, when his son; or phone (212) Philosophy on the right, Frick Collection, New York, Bequest joined the business. The 288-0700. The Frick is located and a column topped by a of Winthrop Kellogg Edey; photo: provenance of the watch is at 1 East 70th Street, near Fifth notable as well: it belonged Avenue. The museum is closed globe in the center. This Michael Bodycomb. to the influential politician Mondays. composition is completed by the harmonious con- elder Breguet as “a phenome- and art collector Antoinetrast between the dark non without parallel. He was César Praslin, duc de patinated figures, the the genius of his age, perhaps Choiseul. “Precision and clock’s white marble column the most outstanding horoloand dial, and its gilt-bronze gist of all time.” Indeed, Splendor” was organized Breguet’s combination of tech- by Charlotte Vignon, ornamentation. nical skill, refined design, and Associate Curator of Breguet: Innovative exquisite craftsmanship gave Decorative Arts, The Horologists The exhibition concludes him an unrivaled reputation. Frick Collection. Support

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found in grandma’s kitchen cabinet. Visitors can see what the dozens of dealers at the Haddon Heights Antiques Center contribute to the first display of 2013, and, while there, drink a toast to the center itself, which is celebrating its milestone twentieth anniversary on January 15. The Haddon Heights Antiques Center is located


608 Arnold Ave. Pt. Pleasant Beach, NJ

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ing pieces will be gathered together in one place. From steins to stemware, teapots to pitchers, and mugs to delicate teacups, if it holds a liquid to drink, it will very likely be in the display. Vintage barware, in the form of martini shakers, wine or champagne glasses, and shot glasses, will be featured prominently. So will transfer-decorated

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just off I-295 at 531 Clements Bridge Road in Haddon Heights. It is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with extended hours on Friday evenings. For more information or directions to the antique center with the best sales and discounts around, call (856) 546-0555.


kitchen glasses and collectible Swanky Swigs. Even good old utilitarian milk bottles fit the display. With such a broad category, there are bound to be fine antiques that would look lovely in the dining room china cabinet alongside the everyday glasses



They’ll be toasting the new year all month long with the latest special display at the Haddon Heights Antiques Center, in Haddon Heights, New Jersey titled “I’ll Drink to That!� Throughout the month of January, all sorts of beverage containers and serv-

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Antique and art dealers of fine European and American furniture, art, bronzes, statuary, porcelain, glass, china, silver, primitives, jewelry, clocks, decorative items, linens, collectibles, and much more!


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All ads in guide are listed in zip code sequence within each state. All other ads have zip codes. To find out where advertisers are located, check the first three digits of the zip code against the locator list below. The first three digits tell you which part of each state the advertiser is located in. (We suggest you circle in advance the advertisers you plan to visit. Then locate and mark the towns on your driving map). CONNECTICUT 060-1-2 Central & Northeastern 063 Southeastern 064-9 Southwestern

19711 Newark 302-454-8007 AUNT MARGARET’S ANTIQUE MALL 294 E. Main St. Mon- Sat. 10-5, Sun 12-5. 2 floors. Antiques, collectibles, primitives, much more. 19711 Newark 302-733-7677 MAIN STREET ANTIQUES, 23 Liberty Plaza. Open Mon-Sat. 10-8, Sun. 11:305:30 Over 45 Showcase & Room Dealers selling Quality Antiques & Collectibles. 19809 N. Wilmington 302-792-0555 THE ZEPPELIN & THE UNICORN AT THE RED BARN, 400 Silverside Road, Sun., Mon., Wed. 12-5, Closed Tues., Thurs. thru Sat. 10-6. Antiques, unique items. 19933 Bridgeville 302-337-3137 ART’S ANTIQUE ALLEY, Rt. 13 South. 60 dealers. Open 7 days 9am-6pm. 20,000 sq.ft. Collectibles. A/C, restrooms, snacks 19958 Lewes 302-645-2309 HERITAGE ANTIQUE MARKET, 16168 Coastal Hwy. (RT1), 2mi. N. of Five Points, Lewes. Roseville pottery, furniture, books, dolls, china, glass, jewelry, art & more from 49 dealers! Always looking for new Dealers in the Beach Resort. 11-5 daily. 19963 Milford 302-424-1288 RIVERSIDE ANTIQUE MALL 34 N. Walnut St. Mon-Sat. 10-5. Featuring diversified antique dealers sure to satisfy any collector. Civil War, Lionel Trains, Quilts, Glassware, Furniture, Jewelry, etc.

DELAWARE 197-8 Northern 199 Southern D.C. 200-205

MARYLAND 215 & 217 Western 210-12 Northern 214 & 206 Southern 216-218-219 Northeastern

21901 North East 410-287-8318 5 & 10 ANTIQUE MARKET, 115 S. Main St. Daily 10am-6pm. Cecil County’s largest! Buying/ selling antiques & collectibles. Gourmet chocolates. 21921 Elkton 410-398-0954 IRON BRIDGE FARM, 2953 Appleton Rd. Antiques and collectibles. Three full floors. Seven days week, 10-5. Rush & cane chairs. Mins. from I-95 near Fair Hill area.

07701 Red Bank 732-224-0033 MONMOUTH ST. EMPORIUM, 27 Monmouth St., Multi-Dealer, vintage furniture & accessories, jewelry, home decor, lighting, art, glassware, shabby. Open 7 days/ week. Space available. 07712 Asbury Park 732-774-6800 MONMOUTH ANTIQUE SHOPPES, 658 Cookman Ave. in the Shoppes at the Arcade. Multi-Dlr. shop. Open 7 days 11am-5pm. Check out our website 07801 Dover 973-989-4470 DOVER ANTIQUE CENTER Corner of Warren & Bassett. Furniture, pottery, jewelry, toys, glass, books, records, clocks, art, trains, coins W 11-7, F/Sat 11-5, Su 10-5. 07874 Stanhope 973-347-7373 BLUE HERON ANTIQUES, 34 Main St. Roseville Pottery, Perfumes, Art Glass, Lamps, Jewelry, Paper Weights, Watches, Clocks. CLEARANCE SALE. Open Wed.- Sun. 10-6. Tues. by chance.

21028 Churchville 410-734-6228 YE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, Route 22 & Aldino Rd. Minutes from I-95. Oak furniture, advertising, toys, militaria, glassware, general line. Hrs daily 10-4

07901 Summit 908-273-9373 SUMMIT ANTIQUES CENTER, 511 Morris Ave. 2 floors, 60+ dealers. Antiques, collectibles. Smalls to furniture. Open 7 days 11-5. Free parking.

21043 Ellicott City 410-465-4444 TAYLOR’S ANTIQUE MALL, Historic District. Cor. of Frederick Rd & Old Columbia Pike. 16,000 Sq.Ft. of Antiques & Collectibles. Mon.- Sat. 10-5 & Sunday Noon-5.

07930 Chester 908-879-7836 CHESTER ANTIQUE MALL, 30+ Dlrs, no reproductions. 427 Rt.510 (old RT24) between Mendham & Chester, Tues -Sat 10:30-5:00, Sun. 11:30-5:00. Furniture, primitives, glass, jewelry, art, etc.

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.

08005 Barnegat 609-698-3020 BAY AVENUE ANTIQUES 349 S. Main (Route 9). Open Tues.-Sun. 10am-5pm. Book Seller: New Jersey Books, Maps, Prints, Postcards, Baseball, Chess, Blue Comet Train, Lincoln Bookends.

21157 Westminster 410-857-4044 WESTMINISTER ANTIQUE MALL 433 Hahn Rd 25,000 s.f., furn., military, toys, silver, coins, comics, glassware. Generally open 7 days/ week Mon. - Sat. 10-6; Sun. 12-6.

08006 Barnegat Light 609-361-8039 THE SEAWIFE, 1901 Bayview Ave. at Viking Village. Country primitive antique furniture, quilts, folk art, architecturals & garden. Open weekends.

and Eastern Shore 207-8-9 GreaterD.C. MASSACHUSETTS 010-016 Western& Central 017-019 Northeastern

020-027 Southeastern NEW JERSEY 070-079 Northern 085-089 Central 080-084 Southern

08007 Barrington 856-617-0218 BYGONE ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES, 102-R Clements Bridge Rd. A Unique Co-Op of knowledgeable, friendly dealers- smalls, antique & vintage jewelry, furniture, rare & unique items. Closed Mondays. 08033 Haddonfield 856-429-1929 HADDONFIELD ANTIQUES CENTER, 9 Kings Highway East. Multi-dealer co-op, Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4. Antiques, collectibles, vintage merchandise, art, books, brass, copper, furniture, glassware, jewelry, pottery, silver, toys, etc. 08525 Hopewell 609-466-9833 TOMATO FACTORY ANTIQUE & DESIGN CENTER 2 Somerset St. We Have It All! Open Mon. thru Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. We have 38 Dealers. 08876 Somerville 908-218-1234 ANTIQUES EMPORIUM, 29 Division St. Open 7 days 11-5. Municipal parking free on weekends! Be sure to come in for all the special discounts ongoing! Lots of fresh merchandise daily!

16159 W. Middlesex 724-528-2490 ANTIQUE AND FLEA MARKET OF WEST MIDDLESEX RT18 S. Open Wed. thru Sun. 9am-5pm. Monthly Auctions. Largest Antique Market in Western Pennsylvania. 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. 16801 State College 814-238-2980 APPLE HILL ANTIQUES, Rt. 26N to 169 Gerald Street. Distinctive antiques in a gallery setting. Over 60 dealers. Open daily 10 to 6. Wide variety. 17025 West Fairview 717-732-7680 WE DABBLE, 73 2nd St. (on Rt 11-15) . 3500 sq.ft. We buy/ sell for you. Marbles wanted.

PENNSYLVANIA 190-1 Philadelphia 189-196 Southeastern 100-109 Metropolitan 180-188 Northeastern 110-119 Metropolitan 170-171 Central NEW YORK & Long Island 172-179 South Central 140-149 Western OHIO 166-169 North Central 130-139 Central 120-129 Northeastern 437 & 455 East Central 160-165 Northwestern 441 East North 150-158 Southwestern & Eastern Central

VIRGINIA 220-229 Northern 230-239 Southern 240-246 Southwestern

WEST VIRGINIA 254 Northeastern 260-268 Northern 247-259 Southeastern

17552 Mount Joy 717-653-9026 STONE BARN ANTIQUES, 21/2 miles east of Mount Joy, on Chiques Road, across from Liederkranz. Oak & pine furniture & general line. Call for appointment.

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.

17745 Lock Haven 570-893-1650 MARKET HAUS & GROVE, U.S. RT 220 Lock Haven, PA exit RT 120. Open Thurs. - Sun. 9:30-5. 22,000 sq. ft. of antiques, crafts, collectibles, furniture & such. A trip you’ll always remember.

18940 Wrightstown 215-598-8837 NOSTALGIC NOOK, Rt413, Carousel Village at Indian Walk. China, Stangl, Pennsbury Pottery, Glass-Cut & Pressed, Silver, Primitives, Furniture, Frames, Lamps. M-Sa 10-6. Sun 11-5.

17810 Allenwood 570-538-1886 BALD EAGLE ANTIQUE CENTER, Rt. 15approx 10-12 mi. N of I-80, Exit 210B or 9 mi. S of Williamsport, PA. CLOSED Winter of 2013 will OPEN Mid-April 2013. 18071 Palmerton 610-826-4200 NOW & THEN ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES 636 Delaware Ave. Toys, Advertising, Autographs, Primitives. Hrs. Mon.-Fri. 9-5; Sat. 9-4 18201 Hazleton 570-459-0037 MANJONE’S VINTAGE STORE 783 Alter St., furniture, kitchenware, primitives, collectibles, shoes, purses, & more. Hrs. Wed. thru Sun. 10-5. 18251 Sybertsville 570-788-1275 HAL’S ANTIQUE FLEA MARKET, 732 State Rte. 93, Exit 256 off I-80, take 93 S. or Exit 145 off I-81, take 93 N. Sundays 9am-4pm. 18337 Milford 570-409-8636 OLD LUMBERYARD ANTIQUES 113 7th St. 2 large Multi-Dealer Shops, 10,000 sq. ft. Mon., Thur-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. 18655 Shickshinny 570-542-4489 JAKE’S OUTPOST 51 W. Union St. Antiques, Collectibles & Militaria. Hours Thursdays & Fridays 9am-6pm. 18705 Plains 570-270-3107 COOK & COOK ANTIQUES & Home Furnishings. 29 E. Carey St. Quality multidlr shop. Antiques, furniture, lighting, jewelry, collectibles. Open Tues.-Sat. 10-5, Sun 12-4,

17062 Millerstown 717-589-7810 STITCH IN TIME ANTIQUE & GIFT MALL 43 N. Market St. Antiques, Collectibles, Furniture, Quality Handmade Crafts & Gifts. Open 7 days 10-5, Fri. til 8. Millerstown exit off RT322.

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 County’s Best. Tu.-Sa. 10-5, Sun 12-5

17090 Shermans Dale 717-582-3457 HEARTS DESIGN AT NEEDFUL THINGS 5800 Spring Rd. Open 7 days/ week 106. Antiques, Gifts & Custom Embroidery,

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.

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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. “Since 1980.”

18947 Pipersville 215-766-7145 BUX-MONT CONSIGNMENT SHOPPE 6719 Easton Rd. Over 75 vendors with Antiques, Collectibles & Consignments. Ladies & Gentlemen- something for everyone. Open Daily 9-5, closed Tues./ Wed. 18951 Quakertown 215-536-4547 ANTIQUES AT 200 EAST, Rts 212 & 313. Multi-DLR shop; EAST BROAD ANTIQUES, 141 E. Broad St. 215-5364408. One Stop 2 Fantastic Stores. Shop Where Dealers Buy! Open 7 days.

19446 Landsdale 215-361-7910 THE ARCHIVE, 725 W. 2nd St. 1000’s of used & antique books, magazines, postcards, ephemera, coins, records, furniture, antiques, collectibles. 21,000 s.f. Tues.-Fri. 11-6, Sat.-Sun. 10-6,

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FLORIDA 01/11-13/13, ST PETERSBURG, FRI 5 PM-8 PM SAT & SUN 10 AM-5 PM, Antiques, 534 4th Ave N, St Petersburg Coliseum

01/12-13/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT & SUN 9:30 AM-5:30 PM AUCTION EVERY SAT 11 AM, F/M & Auction, 1600 S Warfield St, Pennsy Flea Market & Country Auction

GEORGIA 01/10-13/13, ATLANTA, THURSSUN, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center

01/18-19/13, YARDLEY, FRI 11 AM-6 PM SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 64 S Main St, Yardley Community Centre

MARYLAND 02/16/13, HAGERSTOWN, SAT 9 AM-3:30 PM, Postcard & Stamp, 1718 Underpass Rd, Ramada/Plaza Hotel (near Valley Mall) MAINE 01/13/13, BATH, SUN 10 AM-2 PM, Antiques, Congress St, Bath Middle School NEW JERSEY 01/20/13, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor 02/03/13, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor OHIO 01/19-20/13, COLUMBUS, SAT & SUN, Antiques & Collectibles, Ohio Expo Center 02/16-17/13, COLUMBUS, Antiques & Collectibles, Ohio Expo Center PENNSYLVANIA 01/12-13/13, NEW HOPE, SAT 8 AM-3 PM SUN 9 AM-2 PM, Indoor Flea Market, Rt 202 & 46 N Sugan Rd, New Hope Eagle Fire Co Eagle Banquet Hall

Antique Show January 18th & 19th, 2013 Friday 11:00am-6:00pm Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm Admission $5.00 (with card or ad $4.00)

Pair of Italian majolica chargers, 19th century, $522.

Sponsored by and for the benefit of Yardley Community Centre 64 South Main Street Yardley, PA 19067

01/19/13, ALLENTOWN, SAT 10 AM-3 PM, Train Meet, 1901 S 12th St, Merchants Square Mall Binghamton Sertoma Club presents The 31st Annual

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02/02-03/13, NEW HOPE, SAT 8 AM-3 PM SUN 9 AM-2 PM, Indoor Flea Market, Rt 202 & N Sugan Rd, New Hope Eagle Fire Co Julian Walbridge Rix (American, 1850 - 1903) oil on canvas, Eagle Banquet Hall

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02/16-17/13, PITTSBURGH, SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 164 Fort Couch Rd, Crowne Plaza Hotel 02/16/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & vintage Flea Market, 820 Spring Garden St, Indoors VERMONT



02/01-3/12, YORK, FRI & SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, Antiques, Memorial Hall East 334 Carlisle Ave, York Fairgrounds Convention & Expo Center

02/02/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage Flea Market, 820 Spring Garden St, Indoors

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MASSACHUSETTS 01/12-13/13, WILMINGTON, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Design, 99 Fordham Rd, Shriner's Auditorium

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01/19/13, FREDERICK, SAT 9 AM, Bruno Mathsson "Maria Table", other antique furniture, collection of rare African wood carvings, Mask ;lus period Peruvian pottery, collection of Longaberger baskets etc., The Frederick Fairrounds Bldg #12 797 E Patrick St, Howard B. Parzow


01/14/13, DELANCO, MON 5 PM, "The Yard Sale" clearing of collectible/antique shop including Rock 'em Sock 'em robots, jewelry, toys, sports items, plates, some coins, box lots, small furniture etc., OnSite Delanco Rd, C & M Auction E485101

NEW JERSEY 01/12/13, AUDUBON, SAT 11 AM, Antiques & Collectibles including collection of carved wood & stone African art, American silver & gold coins, oil paintings, costume jewelry, furniture etc., Gallery 100 W Merchant St, Audubon's Auctioneers

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59th Annual Antique Show At Yardley Community Centre


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provided by the dedicated dealers who set up at the show and the collectors and dealers who come from Pennsylvania and nearby states to shop the show. The show has always had an emphasis on good country antiques. This year, featured items will include

primitives, country and traditional furniture, quilts and other textiles, folk art, maps and prints, china, pottery, glassware, jewelry, dolls and books. Twenty-one dealers from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Virginia, will fill the floors of the Yardley Community Centre with their finest wares. Returning dealers include Red Sleigh Antiques, Langhorne, Pennsylvania; Jan Allen Old Maps and Prints, Yardley, Pennsylvania; Linda Grier Antiques, L a n g h o r n e , Pennsylvania; Rose B. Gallo, Richmond, Virginia; Serendipity, Bridgeton, New Jersey; American and European Antiques, Lawrenceville, New Jersey; Imagine Antiques, Newtown,

Friday & Saturday, January 11 & 12, 2013 Located at Grassmyer’s Warehouse, 10 Old Schoolhouse Lane, McVeytown, PA Turn off Rt. 22-522 in McVeytown, PA, at traffic light intersection; go across bridge and RR tracks. Go 1⁄2 mile to top of hill to 10 Old Schoolhouse Lane on right. See sign to sale site.

SELLING A LARGE QUANTITY OF POTTERY, QUILTS & OTHER COLLECTIBLES Friday, January 11, 2012 starting at 2:32 P.M. 110 numbered quilts and knotted comforts in many different patterns to include crazy patch, star variation, 36 patch, log cabin, double wedding ring, star, Dresden plate, appliquéd poppy, sunshine & shadow variation, lone star, bonnet girl, flower garden, pinwheel, bar, bowtie, 9 patch, plus many more. J.C. Blair inkwells, Daisy butter churns, Lewistown ice tongs, mesh & beaded bags, coffee grinder, sewing boxes, old wicker baskets, PRR insulators, PRR lanterns & lamps, old metal signs, sleigh bells, old brass & cast-iron kitchen utensils, old Mickey Mouse, sock monkey, Curious George, mohair bears, old auto license plates, cow bell, 34 qt. jars of marbles - all kinds, washboards, fishing creels, old saws, cast-iron skillets & teakettle, bed warmers, graniteware, rocking chair, dovetailed boxes, old wall telephone, dry sink, dovetailed carpenter’s boxes, smoking stand, tables, trunks, Pepsi signs, old thermometers, rolling pins, and many misc. items. ***On Friday we will start with small items and begin to mix in furniture and quilts around 5 p.m. Saturday, January 12, 2012 starting at 8:50 A.M. Will be selling pottery from numbered list. 176 numbered crocks, jugs, etc. to include pieces from J.H. Dipple, Lewistown; Hamilton & Jones, Greenboro, PA; F.W. Cowden, Harrisburg, PA; A.B. Wheeler & Co., Boston, MA; H.H. Zeigler, Newville, PA; Evan Jones, Pittston, PA; Moore & Nichols & Co., T.F. Roppert, Greenboro, PA; Cowden & Wilcox, James Hamilton, Greenboro, PA; R.P. Cold, Rochester, PA; H. Glazier, Huntingdon, PA; A.L. Hysson, Bloomsburg, PA; Sipe & Sons, Williamsport, PA; M&T Miller, Thomas & Bro., A.M. Dipple, Lewistown, PA; (2) very rare pcs. of Ardenheim, Huntingdon, PA; A.P. Donaghho, Parkersburg, WV; Lewistown Pottery, Ovord; Ardenheim Terra Cotta Works, Huntingdon, PA. Most pieces are signed & decorated. For full listing go to or ID#1617 Preview: Thursday, January 10, 2013 from 4:30 to 7 P.M. and Friday, January, 11, 2013 from 1 P.M. until start of auction. Doors open Saturday at 8 A.M. Terms: Cash or good check. Food Stand. Bring your own chair. Owner & auctioneer not responsible for accidents. Ron Grassmyer, Auctioneer AU361-L Steve & Wendy Williams, Owners Ph.: 717-899-7791 Huntingdon, PA Cell: 717-348-5366 This is a large 2 day auction. No numbered pottery items will be sold on Friday. Saturday will be numbered pottery ONLY. Come early and plan to spend Friday & Saturday.


Mark your calendars! The Community Centre in Y a r d l e y , Pennsylvania, will open its doors for the 59th Annual Antique Show on Friday, January 18 and Saturday, January 19, 2013. Antiquers know not to miss this first show of the new year in Bucks County, and newcomers are encouraged to discover the “finds” that keep folks returning each year. Not many antique shows can match the longevity of the Yardley Community Centre’s. The key to the show’s success is the quality and variety of antiques




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Discovering The Role Of Fashion Hey Auctioneers! In Impressionist Art most celebrated works of the Impressionist era, will illustrate the extent to which artists responded to the dictates of fashion between the 1860s, when admiring critics dubbed Monet’s portrait of his future wife “The Green Dress,” and the mid-1880s, when Degas capped off his famous series of milliners and Seurat pinpointed the vogue

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Ensemble, with Shawl, 1865-1867. Grey silk faille, and multicolored wool in a cone pattern, gift of Mrs. Alfred Poor, 1958 and gift of Mrs. F. L. Schepp, 1955. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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rise of the department store, the advent of ready-made wear, and the proliferation of fashion magazines, those at the forefront of the avantgarde-from Manet, Monet, and Renoir to Baudelaire, Mallarmé, and Zola-turned a fresh eye to contemporary dress, embracing la mode as the harbinger of la modernité. The novelty, vibrancy, and fleeting allure of the latest trends in fashion p r o v e d Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926), Madame s e d u c - Louis Joachim Gaudibert, 1868, oil on canvas, tive for Musée d’Orsay, Paris. a generation of artists and as James Tissot or Alfred writers who sought Stevens or the graphic flair of plates, the to give expression fashion Impressionists nonetheless to the pulse of modern life in all engaged similar strategies in its nuanced rich- the making (and in the marness. Without keting) of their pictures of rivaling the stylish men and women that m e t i c u l o u s sought to reflect the spirit of detail of soci- their age. This stunning survey, ety portraitists such anchored by many of the

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The strong popularity of Period Piece movies and TV productions comes, in part, from the beauty of the costumes worn by the actors. Meticulous care is taken to “get it right.” But long before the age of movies and television, painters knew the importance of the concept, as well. An upcoming exhibition gives one chapter of the story. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City will present a revealing look at the role of fashion in the works of the Impressionist painters and their contemporaries when they present “Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity,” beginning February 26. Some 80 major figure paintings, seen in concert with period costumes, accessories, fashion plates, photographs, and popular prints, will highlight the vital relationship between fashion and art during the pivotal years, from the mid1860s to the mid-1880s, when Paris emerged as the style capital of the world. With the

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PREVIEW: FRI., JANUARY 18 FROM NOON TO 7:00 P.M. OAK: Hoosier & Sellers Kitchen Cabinets, Larkin Desk, 4 Section Bookcase, Icebox, “C” Rolltop Desk, Mirrored Sideboard, 2 Dr. Bookcase, MAHOGANY: Bow End China, Breakfront, Empire Sofa, CHERRY: Jam Cupboard, Drop Leaf Table, Spool Leg Table, D.R. Table w/6 Duckloe Chairs, Stanton 2 Pc. Hutch, Dry Sink, 6 PA House D.R. Chairs, PA House Hutch, Duckloe Chairs, WALNUT: Vict. Gent’s Chair, Marble Top Table, PRIMITIVES: 6’ Farm Table, Pie Safe, 4 Balloon Back Chairs, Plank Settee, Folk Art 2 Pc. Cupboard, 3 Sections Of Ant. Cast-Iron Fencing, Plus More … SELECT SMALLS: 9 Roseville Pcs., Lunt Sterling Flatware Set, 10k & 14k Gold Jewelry, Stella Music Box And Numerous Discs, Thorens & Swiss Music Boxes, Tabletop Victrola, Slag Glass Table Lamp, Red Satin Roses & Ruffles Gone w/The Wind Lamp, Antique Perfume Bottles, Carnival & Cut Glass Pcs., Vintage Marbles, Cast-Iron Doorstops, Nippon Chocolate Set, 2 Cherry Blossom Depr. Glass Children’s Sets, Majolica Pcs., Staffordshire Pcs., Slipware Pie Plates, Gaudy Ironstone, Oak Wall Phone, Oak Display Case, Singer Featherweight, Oak Machinist’s Chest, Glass Butter Churns, Stereoscope & Cards, Fireman’s Parade Trumpet, Blue Deco. Stoneware, Nice Selec. Of Antique Quilts, 1834 Allentown Coverlet, Royal Albert Old Country Rose Dinner Set, WWI & WWII Items: Nazi German M34 Police Fireman’s Combed Helmet w/Eagle & Swastika Decals, K-98 Bayonet w/ Matching #’s, Nazi German Photo Album, French Bayonet, 3 Vols. - Kriegs, Iron Cross, Nazi Red Cross Dagger, Trench Knife, Indian Map & Indian Artifacts, OIL PAINTINGS By Robert Donly & (3) Edna Palmer Engelhardt, VIOLINS: C. Meisel Geiger, Helmke, Fred A. Strober, Joh. Bapt. Schweitzer, L. Glaesel - Berliner, 2 Banjos, Dulcimer, Autoharp, CLOCKS: Oak Regulator & Schoolhouse, Carriage, Ansonia 8-Day, Nutting & Remington Prints, 2 Ivory Napkin Rings, Heisey Rose Patt. Glass, Folk Art, Wrought Iron Weathervane w/Horse, RR Switch Lantern, Plus 330 W. Moorestown Road, More … LLADROS, HUMMELS, ETC.: Beginning At 10 A.M. In Rt. 512 Our 2nd Auction Gallery - 20+ Lladros, 190+ Hummels Incl. The Limited Edition AUTUMN TIME (363/1,000), 20+ Pcs. Swarovski Nazareth, PA 18064 Crystal, 1971-89 Hummel Annual Plates, 20 Royal Doulton Figs., 14 (610) 759-7389 Royal Doulton Tobys, Lenox Pcs. And Waterford Crystal. Fax: 610-759-3992 See Web Site For Detailed Catalogs And Photos -

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inspired, provoked, and nurtured the talentsand often, the ambitions-of the painters of modern l i f e . “Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity” is organized by Susan Alyson Stein, Curator in the Department of E u r o p e a n Paintings at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, in collaboration with Gloria Groom, the Monet (French, 1840-1926), Women David and Mary Claude in the Garden, 1866, oil on canvas, Musée Winton Green d’Orsay, Paris. Curator in the Department of Medieval to trated catalogue with essays Modern European by 14 international scholars Painting and in the fields of fashion, phoSculpture, Art tography, literature, art, and Institute of Chicago; architectural history, and Guy Cogeval, should be a valuable addition President, Musée to any collector of vintage d’Orsay and Musée apparel. The book is pubde l’Orangerie, lished by the Art Institute of Paris; and Chicago, and will be availP h i l i p p e able in the Museum’s book T h i é b a u t , shops (available in hardcover, $65, and paperback, $40). A range of programs will complement the exhibition. The Metropolitan Curator, M u s é e Museum’s website will fead ’ O r s a y , ture the exhibition After Paris. T h e its display in New York, the exhibition exhibition will travel to the is accom- Art Institute of Chicago (June p a n i e d 26 through September 22, by a 2013). It is currently on view f u l l y at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris illus- (through January 20, 2013). Day Dress, 1862-1864. White cotton pique embroidered with black soutache, gift of Chauncey Stillman, 1960. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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AUDUBON, NEW JERSEY A partial list includes: A collection of carved wood and stone African art, American silver and gold coins, Fine Japanese Paper screen over 100 years old, many fine oil paintings by listed modern and living artist some valued at over $10,000.00 sold without reserve, Japanese cloisonné, oak carved fireplace mantel, carved oak chair att. to Horner, life size bisque “Lady Grace” doll, sterling silver and costume jewelry, antique paper collectibles, Victorian walnut wardrobe, period English card table circa. 1810, set of 4 antique Queen Anne dining room chairs, fine Chinese ceremonial vessel in shadowbox frame, vintage baseball cards sold in lots, antique Philadelphia college baseball photograph, Hummels and other collectibles, modern working 25 cent slot machine, arts and crafts furniture, quality mahogany furniture inc. Chippendale style sofas, wing chair by Ethan Allen, industrial engineered models, fine Hohner model V accordion and other accordions, Roseville and other pottery, jaguar skin, and much more coming in daily.

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Sat., Jan. 19 at 10 A.M.: 1994 Pace Arrow 37’ Motorhome w/45,000 miles w/awning, generator, excellent condition; 1925 Franklin 4 dr. Sedan, restored; 1923 Dodge Brothers 4 dr. Open Touring car w/Canvas top & weather enclosures - restored w/32” disc wheels; 1927 Franklin 4 dr. Sedan w/$11k in restoration; 1927 Dodge Brothers 11⁄2 Ton Flatbed truck - runs, 1924 Dodge Brothers Truck, 1925 Dodge Brothers Truck - need restoring; 1929 Ford Jitney, 1996 Tandem Axle car trailer 16’ L 7,000 lb. cap.; 2001 Kubota B7500 Tractor w/turf tires, 240 hrs., ROPS w/5’ mower deck; 1980 John Deere 950 w/Model 3T90J Yanmar Diesel engine w/canopy - 570 hrs.; 1928 Dodge Brothers 5 dr. Sedan, 1924 Dodge Brothers engine, 1925 Dodge Brothers truck, Hobart Generator, welder w/4 cyl. engine; antique car & truck bodies, Old Forge, floor drill press, farm implements, back blade, cultivator, New Car Rotator; antique car & truck parts - horns, gauges, luggage racks, rims, tires, Transmission jack, Sandblast cabinet, Mautis Tiller, Troy-Bilt Super Bronco rear tire rototiller, 20 Ton press, Craftsman toolbox, Champion Centurion II air compressor, Showtime HVLP paint spray, Franklin hood, John Deere 10 lawn cart, pallet forks, car radiators, John Deere 1 bottom plow, David Bradley walk-behind Garden tractor w/1 bottom plow & sickle bar mower; 1920 Model T Chassis w/ motor, frame, fenders; 1925 Dodge Brother pickup truck chassis & frame, Woods 6’ W bush hog RY306-D; Soapstone sinks, cast-iron bathtub; plus more! Sun., Jan. 20 at 10 A.M.: Furniture: Harvey Ellis Stickley Mission Oak Dining Room set w/Inlaid table, 6 Inlaid Harvey Ellis side chairs, 5’ L Harvey Ellis inlaid Oak Sideboard; Cherry Stickley Ped. table w/2 leaves, w/6 Cherry chairs; Henredon curio cabinet, Stickley Mahog. Armoire, jewelry cabinet, plank rocker, Stickley Cherry sofa table & 2 benches, Mahog. revolving bookshelf, Everett Baby Grand 5’3” L piano in Mahog. case; Mahog. entertainment center, Henredon coffee & end tables, 5’ H Sgn. Stickley Cherry Roycroft bookshelf, Drexel Kidney shaped inlaid desk, Henredon Mahog. Entertainment cabinet, Mahog. Duncan Phyfe table, Carved India folding screen, Brass & Iron Queen bed & 2 end tables, Dep. Mahog. dresser & vanity w/mirror, Mahog. Gov. Winthrop drop front desk, Stickley Cherry Executive desk; Housewares: Hanging parlor lamp, Regulator clock, Tiffany style lamp, china, crystal, Satsuma vase, concrete bench, pr. of concrete lions, 32” Flat TV, Longaberger® baskets, sm. appliances, 275’ Sq. Ft. of Brazilian Cherry 31/4” W Satin Finish Hardwood Flooring; New Anderson Gliding white wooden window - 6’ W x 5’ H; plus more! Terms: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or Debit Cards. No Checks. Auction to be held inside large heated garage. Ten percent buyer’s premium. All sold in “AS IS” condition. Subject to errors and omissions. Refreshments available. Driver’s license required for bidding number. All statements made day of auction take precedence over printed material. Auction: #6483/13.




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for the emphatic bustle. Highlights of the exhibition include Monet’s Luncheon on the Grass (1865-66) and Women in the Garden (1866), Bazille’s Family Reunion (1867), Bartholomé’s In the Conservatory (circa 1881, paired with the sitter’s dress) and 15 other key loans from the Musée d’Orsay; Monet’s Camille (1866) from the Kunsthalle, Bremen; Renoir’s Lise - The Woman with the Umbrella (1867) from the Museum Folkwang, Essen, and Manet’s La Parisienne (circa 1875) from the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, which have never before traveled to the U.S.; Caillebotte’s Paris Street; Rainy Day (1877) and Degas’s The Millinery Shop (circa 188286) from the Art Institute of Chicago; Renoir’s The Loge (1874) from The Courtauld Gallery, London; and Cassatt’s In the Loge (1878) from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Alongside both masculine and feminine costumes, a full complement of period photographs and illustrations will serve to vivify the ongoing dialogue between fashion and art, and afford a sense of the late19thcen-


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art gallery including two Alexander Calder hand signed color lithographs, a 30-inch by 60-inch Christian H. Shearer oil on canvas dated 1899, a Laura Woodward oil on canvas,

many Salvador Dali portfolios, Andy Warhol signed drawings and many other listed artists, too numerous to mention. Also in this sale are over (Continued on page 14)

Stoneware - Miller 2 gal., Cowden-Wilcox 2 gal. & Lyons, NY 2 gal. decorated jugs; Cloverdale Lithia Water Co. (HBG., PA) jug; F. Woodworth, Burlington, VT 3 gal. jug; Norton & Co., Worchester, Mass. decorated jug; 3-stoneware jars; 10 gal. crock & several smaller ones; Early Furniture - 1 pc. corner cupbd. w/12 wavy glass panes; Empire game table & 2 dressers; 2Victorian sofas & armchair; settee; 5-decorated plank bottom chairs; Windsor armchair; various addt’l early arms & side chairs; drop leaf table w/1-dwr.; writing desk w/3 pc. hinged top; 1 & 2 dwr. nightstands; kneehole desk; armchair w/writing table; spool leg stands; oval marble top stand; numerous wall mirrors w/ornate frames; floor & table lamps; brass candleholder; J. Royale sofa & armchair (modern); Clocks - Eli & Samuel Terry clock mounted on a Grandfather base; New Haven shelf clock w/Delft case; Welch shelf clock; mantel clock w/ornate china case; Paper & Artwork - N. Currier “The Wedding Day�; Madonna by Botticelli; various framed prints & orig. artwork; 4 pcs. Watts pottery; early Safety First wooden powder flask; Black pellet powder box; Rem. ShurShot ammo box; Heinz’s Sour Midget wooden box; Cloverdale & Clicquot Club soda boxes; wooden buckets; primitive bucket bench; oak medicine cabinet; wooden ladders; 3-flat trunks; 2-tool chests; milk stool; wooden scoop; wicker basket; brass spring scales; tin flour can; Lem-N glass jug; Atlas, Mason & Good Leaf canning jars w/glass lids & bails; pint bullet jar w/ lid; Hall Autumn Leaf teapot, pitcher, bowls & cups; purple Carnival glass (12 pcs., newer); tin match safe; 20 chalkware pcs. incl. apple, strawberry & Dutch girl string holders; 10 porcelain wall pockets; German steins & mugs; Bradford Bo Peep & Annie & Sandy plates; oval motion light; Briar & Meerschaum pipes; hand carved faces in wood & tree knots; Marx Johnny West & Capt. Maddox western dolls w/boxes.


Prewar - 262 steam Eng. w/262 tender; 804 tank car; 806 cattle car; 807 caboose; 831 flatcar w/ lumber; 902 gondola w/barrels; 820 searchlight car; Postwar - 623 Santa Fe NW2 switcher; 665 steam eng. w/736W tender; 2343 Santa Fe A-A end’s; 3362 helium tank unloading car; 3461 log car; 3464 boxcar; 3811 lumber car; 6414 auto transport; 6415 Sunoco 3-dome tank car; 6456 LV hopper; 6457 caboose; 6462 gondola; 6464-150 boxcar; 6464-100 boxcar; 6419 wreck car; 6361 timber transport; 6437 NSC PA caboose; 6517 bay window caboose; 6431 trailer van car w/red tractor; Accessories - 155 ring hwy. signal; 460 transportation set; 193 industrial war tower w/ light (rood damage); 164 log loader; 2 pr. 1122 027 switches; 262 hwy. x-in gate; 45N auto x-in gate; 110 graduated trestle set; 1 pr. 042 O-gauge switches; 356 freight station; 77 auto x-in gate; Lionel Type V 150W x-former; Am. Flyer 16B Mod. A 175 watt x-former; 2-prewar x-former; 65 whistle controller. Auctioneer’s Notes - This auction offers a large variety of antiques & collectibles. The trains & related items will be offered into the auction at 10 A.M. The furniture will be offered at 12 noon. Please visit for photos. Terms - Cash or PA check only. If inclement weather, the auction may be delayed or moved to the following day at 1 P.M. Please call 717-853-4025 or 717-582-7505 or go to auctionzip for that info.

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50 quality antique clocks, including an Ansonia Pompeii black enameled iron case clock with gilt adornments, several calendar

clocks, an oak Simplex time clock, a Mitchell & Son, Gorbals, Scotland tall case clock, ship’s clocks, mantel, gingerbread, beehive, steeple, regulators and many others. Additional items include

AUCTION SALE BILLS an unusual collection of 50 antique telephones featuring oak wall phones, stick, and desk telephones from a local PA collector, ten early barometers, 3 Edison cylinder phonographs, a Morning Glory Edison horn and two nice victrolas. The auction will commence at 10 a.m. with the Discovery Art portion of the sale, hundreds of oils, lithographs, serigraphs, watercolors and prints, followed by the catalog portion of the auction at 12:30 p.m. with more listed artworks, the clocks, barometers, telephones and phonographs. For dealers, collectors and connoisseurs this will be a sale that should most definitely be attended. Preview

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From Lanc. take Rt. 72N. through Manheim to Cider Press Rd. (approx. 1⁄2 mi. S. of Lanc./Leb. Turnpike Exit), turn left onto Cider Press Rd., auction house is approx. 3 miles on left, watch for signs. SAT., JAN. 12TH - 8:30 A.M. - ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Sterling Silver; Est. Jewelry; Shelley China; Lanc. Co. PA History Books; Postcards; Scrapbooks; Ned Smith Grouse Print; Lionel Trains & Transformers; Very Good 1 Cylinder Music Box w/Inlaid Case; Linens; Pressed Steel Toys; Carnival Glass; Stoneware Mixing Bowls; Empire Mantel Clock w/Reverse Painted Door; Braided Rugs; Orientalia; Metal Lunch Box; Agateware; Roseville Art Pottery; Cigarette Lighters; Striped Opalescent Glass; Depr. Glass; Fiesta; Fostoria; Lg. Collect. Good Pattern Glass; Transfer Ironstone; Madame Alexander Dolls; Doll Clothing; Nippon; Noritake China; Cup & Saucer Collect.; Cake Stand; Rug Beaters; Milk Glass; CI Skillets; Ertl & Hess Trucks; Bulldog Doorstops; Steam Engines; Stamps; Sewing Items; Milk Pails; Cutco Cutlery; Cookie Jars; Franciscan China; Guitars; Prints & Pictures Incl. Wallace Nutting; Hummels; Dresser Set; Quilts; Stoneware Jugs; Limoges China; Fishing License; Choc. Pots; Vaseline Glass; Fenton Glass; Copper Lustre; Skeleton Keys; Maytag Oil Can; Lg Collect. Covered Compotes; Lg. Rye Straw Basket. 10 A.M. GUNS: Ruger 96, .44 cal; Winchester 1300, 20 ga.; Colt Frontier, .22 cal.; Eastfield 916, 12 ga.; Remington 870, 12 ga.; Colt Arizona Ranger, .22 cal.; Wards Westfield 39A, .22 cal.; Remington 700, 7mm Rem. Mag.; Winchester 88, .308; Stevens 107B, 12 ga.; Remington 760, .30-06; Marlin 60, .22 cal.; Mossberg 500, 12 ga.; H&R Sidekick, .22 cal.; Winchester 67, .22 cal.; Ithaca 2M-49, .22 cal.; Remington .32 Butchering Rifle, Misc. BB & Pellet Guns. 12 NOON WINROSS TRUCKS: See website for catalog. DON’T MISS THIS SALE! TH MON., JAN. 14 - 12 NOON - 400+ PCS. OF FURNITURE: Very Good Room Size Bidjar 11’10”x19’5” Rug; Very Nice Queen Anne 2nd Period Bonnet Top 2 pc. Chest-on-Chest w/Lots of Carvings; Rare Vict. Double Sided Judges Wardrobe w/6 Raised Panel Doors w/Ornate Cornice w/Dental Moulding (must see); Nice Sel. Custom Made Furn. Incl. Chimney Cupboard, Jelly Cupboard, Desk w/ Bookcase Top, China Cabinet, etc.; 3 pc. Mahog. BR Suite; Good Hepplewhite Style Sideboard w/Inlay; Bowfront 3 Drawer Vict. Chest; Henry Slaugh Carved Chairs; Sheraton Game Table; Tilt-Top Dish Rimmed Tea Table; Drop Leaf Tables; Vict. Parlor Table; Set of 6 Paint Dec. Chairs; 2 Wood Boxes; Blanket Chests; Chime Clock; Empire Chest; 4 Sectional Stacking Bookcase; Pencil Poster Bed; Corner Cabinet; Very Nice York Safe & Lock Co. Paint Dec. Safe; Dinette Sets; Bedding; Uph. Furn.; 4 Flat Screen TVs; Elec. Scooter; Bookshelves; Nice Selection of Modern Furniture. Auctioneers: John M. Hess AU003484L John Carl Jr. AU005263L Phil Nissley AU002874L John M. Hess Auction Service AY000253L 717-664-5238 or 877-599-8894


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cast-iron stagecoach safe; 46" cast-iron black boy horse tie; large wooden still camera; early Buffalo Bicycle Co. bike - WOW!; 70 pcs. of 8' cast-iron graveyard fence; 72"x54" early wooden model ship; windup Shoo Fly table fan; Victor Talking Machine; (2) Emma Schrock paintings; Kingery Mfg. fuel fired peanut roaster; Golden hand-crank mechanical carpet beater; great graniteware; yellowware. Lots of great advertising signs including petroleum, farm related, tractor related, country store & more... PETROLEUM SIGNS - GAS PUMPS Tokheim 20 gal. clock face gas pump; Wayne 10 gal. visible gas pump; many great signs including: Sinclair, Pegasus flying horse, Hudson, neon Thorobred Tires, Sinclair Opaline, Powerine, GMC Truck Sales, Plymouth Service, Rambler Parts & Service; plus many more... COUNTRY STORE ITEMS Decorated crocks; display cabinets; dye cabinets; many country store cabinets; store bins; spool cabinets - LOTS OF COUNTRY STORE ITEMS! Pedal Toys - Cast-Iron Toys - Metal Toys - Coca-Cola Items NOTICE: This is a very abbreviated list. For more pictures and complete

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Furniture: Antique butcher block top table on Vict. base, saddlemaker’s bench, oak hanging bowfront corner cabinet, country wagon seat bench, vintage steel patio/outdoor chairs; Plus numerous stylized pcs. incl: 8 pc. country oak DR set by Empire w/massive open hutch, oak curio cabinet in 3 pcs, Chipp. mah. china cabinet & matching sideboard, PA Hse. cherry bachelor’s, tilt top candlestand, cherry corner cupboard, very nice pr/wing chairs, pr./Fr. inlaid lamp tables, modern oak rolltop desk; other stylized cherry & mah. pcs, Depression pcs., country chairs, wicker patio set, park bench, life size concrete dog fig., and more; massive antique wooden loom. Smalls Items: Vintage Italian brass trumpet marked Verona w/orig. case; antique oak wall & candlestick telephones, nice selection of antique blue & white Staffordshire & Flow Blue hollow ware & plates, R. Doulton Toby jug, set/6 Meissen plates, lg. collection of miniature animal figs. - Hagen-Renaker, Inc; vintage pennants, selection of sterling silver Jewelry, candlesticks & other pcs., pr/Jasperware table lamps, other Wedgwood pcs., Hummel figs., George Cram Co. globe, collection of modern pewter, winter landscape o/b ptg. sgd. Walters-Chester Co. PA, w/c landscape ptg. sgd. Bogert; Plus: Advertising: 2 orig. Ayer’s unframed paper posters, round porc. Bell System Public Telephone sign, vintage Coke tray, Coke elec. wall clock; Country Collectibles incl. numerous brass & copper pcs., c.iron, blue dec. stoneware gray stoneware jug & other stoneware pcs., wdn grain bowl, vintage wdn shovel & pitchfork, pr/ brass carriage lanterns; & much more. Contractor’s Tools: Delta 10” table saw w/ext. table, 12” planer, band saw; scaffolding, elec. concrete mixer, concrete saw, 4” joiner, etc.; Firearms: stylized PA long rifle-full stock w/brass patch box & octagon barrel, antique & repro. flintlocks pistols, J.C. Higgins Model 20 12 ga. pump, (2) Mossberg Model 146B 22 lever action rifles, Japanese lever action military rifle, J.Stevens 12 ga. dbl. barrel, Forehand & Wadsworth 12 ga., Topper Model 158 16 ga., several bayonets; 19th-century antique military leather belt w/pouches & oval brass US emblem. Automobiles: 1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Coupe: approx. 60,250 mi., 4.3L eng., auto. trans., white w/black interior & Landau roof, VIN 3R47F02461386; 1997 Jaguar XJ6 4 door sedan: approx. 183,630 mi., 4.0L 6 cyl. eng., auto. trans., full pwr., 16” alloy wheels, blue w/cream leather interior (some paint imperfect) VIN SAJHX174XTC760566; Truck: 1995 GMC Pickup: approx. 120,000 mi., 350 V-8 eng., auto. trans., 4WD w/Reading encl. utility body & ladder rack, Meyer snow plow (plow inoperable) VIN 1GTHK34K3SE511136. Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium * Major Credit Cards Accepted * 3% Discount w/Payment in Cash, Approved Check or Certified Funds (vehicles) Details at auctionzip or websites

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Vehicles: 1953 Ford Victoria 2 Door, 1995 Chrysler 90K Runs Good. 1995 Ford Motorhome 28 ft. 60K Tagged 9/14 Antiques, furniture, glassware, collectibles, jewelry and more Two very nice Brass Cannons tabletop size, Delaware Park bronze statue, vintage large hanging 1970s Budweiser Clydesdale team 34” clock, Oyster cans from Maryland, German beer steins, hen on a nest, old tobacco pipe, kid’s Radio Flyer wood tricycle, record collection including Elvis, military footlocker, military short-wave radio, wooden trunk, cane bottomed chair, cast-iron floor safe, Wayne pitcher pump, Griswold Dutch ovens, cast-iron collectibles, vintage school desk, brass torch, Ball Mason jars, marbles, cookie jars, collectible tins, green Depression glass, blue glassware, cranberry glass, Carnival glass, collectible glassware, cut glass, figurines, crackle glass lamps, oak Mission dining room table and chairs, oak curio cabinet, Victorian couch, quarter oak desk hand-carved kidney shaped very nice, rolltop desk, coffee tables, end tables, china cabinet, various types of small tables, various types of headboards and footboards, different size dressers, old house doors, wicker furniture, nice secretary desk, yard tools. Too much to list. Bring a friend and plan to attend this business liquidation of nice collectibles. Refreshments available by the Delaware Vietnam Veterans Chapter 805 TERMS: PAYMENT IN FULL THE DAY OF THE SALE WITH CASH, CHECK OR MAJOR CREDIT CARD. 5% PROCESSING FEE ADDED TO CREDIT CARD PURCHASES. Auctioneer’s Notes: Remember, There is NO BUYER’S PREMIUM applied to your bid price, or Sales Tax. Announcements made the day of auction supersede all advertisement.


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Shenandoah Valley Clock Set Record In Jeffrey S. Evans Auction Event


For over 30 years no one has consistently helped more sellers realize more money for their quality BASEBALL MATERIAL than Robert Edward Auctions. Offering an unparalleled tradition of integrity, knowledge, and professionalism, and an extraordinary national client base.

dition, with good rarity factors, brought strong prices. We specialize in the very best in BASEBALL COLLECTIBLES. If you don’t check with us before selling – you won’t know what the market will bear. Let us tell you what we A Shenandoah Valley think of your baseball collectibles. Tall-Case Clock by Jacob We offer complete auction services, as well as free appraisals and comprehensive inforFry and Caleb Davis, made mation about your material. We will not try to buy your material. We are not dealers. We circa 1800 in Woodstock, are strictly an auction house – with unparalleled integrity, knowledge and experience in the field. We will give you Virginia, sold for $92,000 the information you need to make the most intelligent decisions regarding your significant and valuable baseball to an out-of-state private material. When Barry Halper, the world’s greatest baseball collector, sold his legendary collection, he insisted that Robert Edward Auctions oversee the historic sale of his Twenty-Six Million Dollar Collection. collector. This is one of only a handful of signed Robert Edward Auctions offers the largest circulation of any auction devoted to sports collectibles in the world. Robert Edward Auctions always has millions of dollars available at a moment’s notice specifically for cash advances. clocks produced by this We specialize in the very best in all areas of baseball collectibles. This includes: short-lived partnership • Baseball Cards • Buttons • Photographs (circa 1796-1800) and • Babe Ruth Items • Autographs • World Series Items retained its original move• Tobacco Cards • Documents • Pre-1900 Baseball • Uniforms • Display Pieces • Posters ment and pendulum within • Lou Gehrig Items • Gum Cards • ETC., ETC…. a handsome walnut case Please Note: Item pictured will be sold in a future REA auction. likely made in Shenandoah or southern Frederick Co. ROBERT EDWARD AUCTIONS The distinctive naïve paint- Fraktur by Peter Bernhart, 1804, sold for $16,100 over the P.O. Box 7256, Watchung, NJ 07069, 800-766-9324 ing style of the moon dial, $8,000 to $12,000 estimate. featuring expressive lunar details and delicate brushwork, is identical to that of a clock signed by Caleb Davis only, sold by Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates from the Steele family of Furniture - Collectibles - Art Frederick County, Virginia, on June 25, 2011, lot 352. at 10 A.M. The hemispheric maps to Preview: 9 A.M. thru auction either side of the moon are 1500 Paxton Street, 17104 inscribed, “Woodstock,” so FURNITURE: Starting at Noon! Antique & Modern; Dining Sets incl. the evidence that this is Ethan Allen, Thomasville Impressions; Henkel-Harris Sideboard; Mahogany Bedroom Set; Leather another example of a dial Armchairs; PA House Dresser; Empire Sofa; End & Coffee Tables; Wood Cabinets; Lift Chairs; Victorian Marble Top Tables; painted by Davis, is certain. Chippendale Style Sofas; Wingback Chairs; Lighting: Floor & Table Lamps; Clocks: Herschede 5 Tube Grandfather; Reproduction Henry Ford Museum Greenfield Village “Joseph Doll” Inlaid Tall Case; E.N. Welch 8-Day Calendar; Kundo Anniversary; Mantel Clocks; Originally estimated for Rugs: Persian and Karastan Area & Scatter. COLLECTIBLES: Trolley Car Shaving Mug; PRR Railway Workman Badge; Moser $15,000 to $25,000, brisk Pitcher; Model Ships; Decorated Stoneware; Antique Cookie Cutters; Masonic Sword; Fountain Pens incl. Parker 51, Norma, bidding between a regional Eversharp; Cut to Clear Glasses & Decanter; Tin “Keys Made” Sign; PA Fishing Licenses 1930-52; 10 Steiff Animals; Lighter Collection: 15 Zippo, Parker, Pepsi; A.S.R. Sterling; Advertising; Masonic Medal; Ouija Board; 10+ Fire Badges; historical institution and the Dolls: Effanbee “Skippy” & “Nancy”; Key Chain Collection; 30+ Pieces Cobalt Royal Lace Depression Glass; Cast-Iron private collector brought Victorian Frames; Hand Painted Porcelain Vases; Bulldog Collection; Sleds; Toy Figurines; American Flyer Union Pacific the clock to a record high. Train; 15+ Plasticville Sets; Salt & Pepper Collection; Casa Grande Pot; Ivory Elephant; EAPG “Heart The clock had been deacwith Thumbprint” Goblets; Boston Terrier Collection incl. Porcelain, The Bryant Pup, Papier-Maché; Minox Camera; More. JEWELRY: Costume; cessioned from the Watches; Mesh Bags; Silver; Cufflinks; Gold Rings; & More! BOOKS & Gloucester County EPHEMERA: Postcards incl. Newport; Stoneware Reference; High School Historical Society, Yearbooks: New Columbia “Now,” Camp Hill “Camillon,” Cumberland Valley “Echo”; Other Books incl. Children’s; Automotive Ephemera: 1920’s-40’s; Woodbury, New Jersey, in 1927 Franklin Series II; 1937 Ford V-8; 1941 Dodge; 1934 Chevy; AACA 1988, and in private hands Memorabilia; Mini License Tags 1950’s-60’s; 1915 PA Metal Drivers since then. (Lot 424.) Licenses. HOUSE & HOME: Sony Flat Screen TV; Lowrey Organ; Czechoslovakian Stradivarius Violin; Dinnerware: Wedgwood “Cornell University,” “Queensware,” “Countryside”; Paragon “Victorian Rose”; Another lot attributed to Noritake “Sheridan” & “Flourish”; Chalfonte “Fantasy”; Royal Crown Derby; Gorham “Spring Laurel”; Caleb Davis’ hand also Children’s Dishes; Cut Stemware; Silver Plate. ART: 80+ Pieces incl. 20+ Native American Ltd. Ed. & Signed appeared in this sale, a circa Prints: 10 Terpning; 4 McCarthy 3 Bama & More! Sculpture: Replica “Flying Horse of Wu Wei”; Modernist 1820 watercolor and ink on Figures signed “FW”; Oil Paintings: B. Smith; Charles H. Austin; Joseph W. Sten; Prints: M. Parrish Daybreak; M. Parrish Illustrated Books; Chagall Litho; M. Lalanne & W.C. Rendel Etchings; Churchill Ettinger paper portrait miniature of “Geese”; Diane Monett “Village”; More. Jacob F. Hockman (1786Visit for photos & more details. David Cordier, Shenandoah Valley Tall Case 1862), depicting a curlySevere Weather Date Sunday, January 13 AU005321 Clock by Jacob Fry & Caleb hair gentleman wearing a Directions: From 83 South 17th Street Exit, Left onto 17th Street, Right onto Davis, made circa 1800 in brown coat, tan vest and Paxton; From 83 North 13th Street Exit, Right onto 13th Street, Right onto Paxton.


Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates of Mt. Crawford, Virginia, held another in their series of Americana sales on November 8, and items with great provenance and con-

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Woodstock, Virginia, sold for $92,000.

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OUTSTANDING AMERICANA ANTIQUE CATALOGED AUCTION This Auction includes Approx. 500 Cataloged Lots of Nice Antiques to be Sold with No Reserve. Great Sale for All Antique Dealers & Collectors.

Auction To Be Held At Porters Fire Co. 1199 Porters Road,

SPRING GROVE, PA 17362 (Located in YORK CO.)

From Square at Hanover, PA follow York St. - Rt. 116E approx. 5 miles. Turn right onto Porters Road. Follow approx. 1 mile to firehall on left. From York, PA take Rt. 30 West to Rt. 116. Follow Rt. 116 West 8.4 miles. Turn left onto Porters Rd. Follow Porters Rd. approx. 1 mile to Porters Fire Co. on left. See our website for directions from other locations. PARTIAL LISTING: Furniture: 19th century jelly cupboard w/original mustard & brown grain paint, early Lancaster Co. PA birdcage, Windsor chair w/old green paint, 19th century yarn winder, 19th century lg. flax wheel w/original paper label “Benjamin Pierce,” V.N. oak & glass 15 drawer candy or jewelry floor model showcase, exceptional late 19th century 5 pc. chestnut w/burled walnut accents bedroom suite, V.N. late 19th century hall pier mirror w/brown marble shelf, antique pine dining room furniture, antique oak Larkin side- by-side desk/bookcase, V.N. antique oak bowed glass china closet w/bonnet style top & claw feet, antique oak Macey stacking sectional bookcase, Victorian side chairs, Quality Mid to late 20th Century Furniture including fine American made breakfront library bookcase made by “Baker,” Kindel mahogany bed stand w/drawers, beautiful American made “Lineage” flamed mahogany & maple veneer sideboard, set/4 Nichols & Stone saddle seat Windsor armchairs, 19th century 1 horse sleigh w/original paint (as found), fine pair 1943 wooden & webbed snowshoes, V.N. VV-90 Victor Victrola, early 81⁄2’x12’ oriental rug (Kaciak?), antique hand-sewn quilts, few braided mats, 2 exceptional coverlets, 2 old sm. native American Indian rugs, Toys - Mechanical Bank - Still Banks - Tin Toys & Others including V.G. good Indian shooting bear cast-iron mechanical bank, various still banks, early parrot squeak toy, V.G. 1950s Livestock Tonka Toys tractor trailer, V.G. Circa 1947 Lionel toy train set w/1694 locomotive & access., Rare Daisy model 99 BB rifle w/original box, 3 Sm. Solar Powered Engines, various old tin toys, Rare Color Mid Size Marble, other marbles, various dolls, cast-iron toys, 76 pcs. Reigning Beauty Heirloom Sterling Silver Flatware w/case, Antique Pattern Glass: Paneled thistle glassware, Rare flower band glassware, China including few pcs. flow blue, transferware, Noritake Tree in The Meadow, 161⁄2” stick spatter decorated bowl, yellowware, Bennington & green bowls, antique body clothes forms, old Christmas items, Book: 1912 copyright “Sinking Of The Titanic” Official Edition, old Advertising signs - cards & tins, Early Redware fish mold - jar & crock, various antique scales, Rare early brass w/wooden handle mitten or glove warmer, “Williams & Reppert Greensboro, PA” 4 gal. stoneware decorated crock, sm. paint decorated box w/folk art birds & original paint, wood carvings, canes including folk art snake cane, early photos including case daguerreotypes tintype & others, few good York Co. PA whiskey & soda bottles, Very Good Collection of Original WWII German Military Items including swords, daggers, helmets, flags & pennants, banners, photo book, hand grenade, belt & also few US WWII military items, much more. To View Full Sale Catalog & Sale Pictures Visit our website at

Sale Preview At Porters Fire Co. - Friday, Jan. 18 - From 12:00 Noon to 6:00 P.M.


PLEASE NOTE – SNOW DATE – Blizzard or Bad Snow Sale Reschedule Date will be Wed., Jan. 23rd starting at 8:30 A.M. with Preview being held on Tues., Jan. 22nd from 5 to 8 P.M. SALE TERMS: 10% Buyer’s Premium will be applied to all items sold. 6% Sales Tax to be Collected. We Accept Visa, MC, Cash; ONLY PA Checks will be Accepted. For More Info. Call (717) 630-9349 or (717) 451-5999.


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Is Pleased To Announce …







“FEATURING A BRUNO MATHSSON “MARIA TABLE” THAT EXPANDS FROM MERE INCHES AND EXTENDS TO 103” TO SEAT 12 PEOPLE. BRUNO WAS A WORLD CLASS FURNITURE DESIGNER AND FURNITURE MAKER FROM DENMARK”. “COLLECTION OF RARE AFRICAN WOOD CARVINGS, MASK PLUS PERIOD PERUVIAN POTTERY” “OUTSTANDING COLLECTION OF OVER 100 LONGABERGER® BASKETS” Other Items Offered In This Auction Are Mahogany Umbrella Stand C.1900’s, Oak Marble Top Washstand w/Victorian Hardware C.1890’s, Early Drop Leaf Tea Cart, Victorian Eastlake Dresser w. Original Hardware C.1800’s, Walnut Marble Top Dresser w/Hand Carved Walnuts And Drawer Pulls Abound Turned Walnut Bentwood Overlays On Drawers C.1875, 19th Century Cherry Double Size Marble Top Washstand w/Original Hand Painted Tiles Of Scottish Country Scenes, Set Of Six Eastlake Chairs 19th Century w/Neutral Upholstery Turned Legs And Heavy Carvings, Victorian Wing Armchair w/Exceptional Carvings, Burled Walnut New England Piecrust Table C.1900’s, Wing Chair w/High Relief Carvings C.1870’s, Rare Exceptional Late 19th Century Hand Carved Cathedral Chair With Needlepoint Seat And Matching Ottoman, Pair Of Victorian Petite Boudoir Parlor Chairs C.1870, English Shaving Mirror w/Original Beveled Glass C.1920’s, Victorian Oak Marble Top Washstand C.1890’s, Federal Period Mirror Plus Others, Large Walnut Partner’s Desk 19th Century H 30” x W 83” x D 30”, Two Small Bookcases, Ethan Allen Table And Chairs, Fantastic Maroon Leather Upholstered Camelback Sofa And Wing Chair, Super Victorian Style Beaded Floor Lamp, Gilt Mirror, Cast-Iron Fire Back w/Fox Motif, Victorian Three Panel Firescreen, Matching Inlaid Sideboard And China Cabinet C.1920, Teakwood Cabinet, Pedestal Table, Shield-Back Dining Chairs, Inlaid Silver Chest, Antique Radio, Grandmother Clock, Regulator Style Clock, Stieff Sterling Silver Flatware, Assorted Silver Plate, Linens, Household Furniture, Primitive Period Dry Sink C.1860’s, Numerous Oils Paintings And Fine Fox Prints Plus Others Fine Prints, Early Commercial Wall Paper Table, Early Pedal Sewing Machine, Blonde Mahogany Bedroom Set, Teak Buffet, Chrome And Copper Sofa Table, Chinese Hand Carved Bed Rail From Opium Den, Numerous Chairs, Old Loom, Rolling Pins, Cast-Iron Floor Lamps, Coffeepot Collection, Kitchen Primitives, Cameras, Early Colorful Christmas Ornaments, Small Featherweight Electric Sewing Machine In Case, Classic Salvador Dali Print Entitled “Lincoln,” Original Salvador Dali Signed Etching w/Certificate Of Authenticity In Frame, Electrified Gas Lamp Cut Ruby Glass w/Marble Base, Pair Of Early Japanese Prints In Exceptional Bamboo Frames, Numerous Oriental Rugs, Large Tapestry, Stars Of The Photoplay 1924 Book, Original Signed Autographs Of Famous Movie Stars, Small Commercial Safe On Wheels, Double Weighted Student Brass Lamp w/ Handblown Shades And Hand Applied Stenciling, Fantastic Three Armed Art Deco French Country Lamp w/French Nudes At Base In Original Condition, Early Tall French Hand Painted Lamp, Plus Other Lamps, Pair Of Museum Quality 16 Rib Hand Blown Amethyst w/Marble Bases C. 1920’s, Pair Of Spelter Mantel Heavily Carved Cornucopia Vessels, Art Deco Aladdin Lamp Pink And White, Early American C. 1910 Folk Art Oil Painting From The Shenandoah Valley (Virginia), Important Double Time Date Dial Mid-19th Century 30 Day Clock, 3-pc. Set Of Early American Classic Victorian Pattern Glass w/Gold Overlay (Butter Dish - Serving Dish - Covered Cheese Dish), Set Of Six Blown Art Glass “Stretch” Serving Plates C. 1930’s Iridescent Blue Aurene, Cedar Chest, Clear To White Handblown Swirl Lamp, Small Drop Leaf Worktable w/Turned Legs, Miscellaneous Glass And China, Early Major Horse Champion Original Photograph Signed “Ebony Black Magic World Champion Tennessee Walker” By Famous Photographer (A Must Have For Any Horse Related Collector), Rare Signed P. Buckley Moss Limited Edition Lithograph Dedicated To H. T. Johnson Four Star General Of The Air Force Memorial, Signed “Kellogg” Candlestick Phone w/Oak Magnetto Box C.1907, Regency American Desk w/Original Finish, Early Signed Pitcher And Bowl Set, Carnival Glass, 70 Plus Depression Glass Gold To Clear w/Super Etching, German Beer Stein, Set Of Three Plank Bottom Chairs Shenandoah Valley, V A, Primitive Trunk Taken From Early Bedford County, Virginia Home w/Original Patina, Oak Victorian Marble Top Washstand w/Splash Back C.1800’s, Rattan Baker’s Rack, Great Cowboys Lamp, Bronze Lamp “Lord Baltimore,” Outstanding Buffalo Bill Bronze Statue Lamp, Handmade Fleur De Lis Stained Glass Window, Pair Of Hunt Scene Prints From A Prominent Middleburg, Virginia Estate, Early Bear Cookie Jars From Shenandoah Farmhouse, Matching Pair Of Signed “Weller” Vases, Important Limited Edition “Lonesome At The Paradise” Lithograph Signed By Steven Saylor Brothel Set In 1920’s In Reno, NV., Collection Of Longaberger® Baskets Including Over 100 Baskets And Accessories Collection Including All-American, Bee Baskets, Booking, Christmas, Collector’s Club, Easter, Father’s Day, Feature, Good Ol’ Summertime, Heartland, Horizon Of Hope, Hostess, Shades Of Autumn, Special Events, Sweetheart, Tour, Traditions, Regular Line And Or Retired, All In Excellent Or Like New Condition. TWO AUCTIONEERS SELLING ALL DAY - FOOD AVAILABLE ALL DAY - PLENTY OF FREE PARKING BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS - WE WILL WALK THIS AUCTION. FURNITURE TO BE SOLD AT 12:00 NOON PLEASE GO TO






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New Jersey Antiques Center Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary



18322 GPS: Lat. 40 55'33.38"N, Long. 75 23'38.43"W. Selling items from Wilkes-Barre, Cresco and Stroudsburg, PA Estates. Doors open at 8:30 A.M. for a period of inspection at The West End Fire Hall, PA 715 and U.S. 209. Small sample: Native American artifacts, 1930's Folkcrafted knife collection in cabinet (must see!), cobalt decorated stoneware, GA face jug, Hindenburg-flown postcard with message from Clara Adams (5-8-'36), primitives, brass spoon mold, hammered copper pot, 1911 German Regimental stein, fancy button collection, Civil War draft notice (Luzerne Co.), encased photo of Civil War soldier and 14K rose gold Quartermaster's pin, Nazi soldier letters (with translations), Nazi photos and pinbacks, old military photo album and military postcards, German field Geiger Counter, Gold & Silver Coins & U.S. Currency, stamps, vint. costume, Gold & Sterling jewelry, lg. Tiffany Sterling platter, Gorham and other Sterling serving pieces, vint. walking sticks, pre-1930's Postcard collection, Vict. trade cards, Roger Clemens signed jersey, Mantle, Bunning, & Clemente BB cards, J. Robinson bat, Notre Dame '73 signed football, '69 Giants signed baseball (Mays, McCovey, etc.), old clocks, Coca-Cola enameled steel "button" sign, Winchester hand trap o/b, lg. enamel on steel tobacco advertising thermometer m.i.b., 1880's Stroudsburg, PA Fairgrounds map, sm. Vict. marble top server, sm. Mission Oak library table, framed art - listed artists, Masonic souvenir trowel (1920's), Linseen oiler, vint. kitchen implements, smoking pipes, S. Temple orig. photos, lamps and lighting, vintage photos and so much more. See listing with hundreds of PHOTOS, BIDDING CATALOG for part of auction, and directions at (ID#4958). JACK HAMBLIN AUCTIONS, AU1813L PAA / NAA Swiftwater, PA 18370


Burlington County. With the experience gained at Haddon Heights, she was able to open another successful multidealer shop, the Grist Mill Antiques Center. “I get a lot of joy from being in this business,� says Lind. “There’s the joy when a dealer makes a big sale, the joy when a customer finds something they’ve been looking for, and the joy of knowing that I’ve helped save something from the landfill. The antique business is the ultimate green business.�

“Plus,� she adds, “it’s a way for people to buy genuine, old, quality-made things.� As a thank you to loyal customers over the past twenty years and an incentive for new customers to check out the shop, the Haddon Heights Antiques Center will be celebrating the entire week leading up to the anniversary with special sales and special gifts. For more information, phone Haddon Heights Antiques Center at (856) 5460555.


The center expanded to the second floor of the building within a couple of years, and when a beauty parlor next door vacated the premises, the wall was opened up and a new space for more antiques was born. There are currently 66 dealers renting spaces at the Haddon Heights Antiques Center, with 16 of them renting two or more spaces. “We opened in the days before eBay, and now things have changed,� says Lind. “We have to make our items more attractive with aggressive discounts. One thing customers like to do that they can’t do on the Internet is to hold an object in their hands before they buy it. Here, they can do that. Plus, they don’t have to pay shipping charges.� Several years after opening the Haddon Heights Antiques Center, Lind took a bigger plunge and bought an old grist mill in the historic town of Pemberton in





3UHYLHZV Thursdays: 4-7PM; All-day Fridays, from 9AM )HDWXULQJ US Coins from a Swarthmore, PA Estate, to include Liberty 50-Cents; Morgan Silver Dollars; Large Cent Pieces; Liberty Sets, incl $5 Gold pc; 1983 & 1984 Olympic Proof Sets, incl $10 gold pc; Gold 1902 $2-1/2; Gold 1874 $1; Assâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Peace-type Silver Dollars; Morgan Halfs; Lrg Collection of Silver First Day Covers (1970s); Proof Sets from 1960s+; Silver Coins & Commem. sets, etc.; Russian, Foreign, & US Coins from a Pittsburgh, PA Private Collection to include: Dengas, Kopeks, Roubles, Albums, German WW-II Coins, etc.

)HDWXULQJ Lifetime Collection of 25K++ Cards from a Pittsburgh, PA Private Collection; to be sold with no reserves. Collection to include: Pre-War, including Tourism (All 50 States); Vacation Destinations & International; American Holidays, including Halloween; Sports; Black Americana; Native American; Satire/Comedy; Transportation; Militaria; Pin Ups, Leather, etc. All are in Impeccable Condition, either Bound or in Individual Vellum.

$W30(DFK:HHN(VWDWH$EVROXWH9DULHW\$XFWLRQ Antique & Quality Reproduction Furniture; Country Antiques & Primitives; Fine & Decorative Arts; Estate Fine & Vintage Costume Jewelry; Fine China & Glass; Silver; Collectibles; Tools; Discovery Table & Box Lots, etc. $XFWLRQ7HUPV      :HHNO\/LVWLQJVDQG3KRWRV%ULJJV$XFWLRQFRP %ULJJV$XFWLRQ,QF 1357 Naamans Creek Rd, Garnet Valley, PA 19060 !"#%!"'*:< ::=!%!>>#*?@U =X@:Y ZZ :X!:


Twenty years ago, on January 15, 1993, accountant Barbara Lind, an avid antique collector and occasional show dealer, gambled on an entrepreneurial dream. She rented a large storefront on busy Clements Bridge Road in Haddon Heights, New Jersey, found 35 antique dealers to share her dream, and opened the Haddon Heights Antiques Center for business. From the start, Lind had a business plan. She wanted to keep the store open seven days a week, she wanted the dealers to cooperatively work one day a month in the shop, she wanted to pay the dealers with a weekly check and a detailed print-out of their sales, and she wanted to offer customers better discounts than they could find almost anywhere else. Obviously, her strategy is working because, while other antique shops have come and gone, the Haddon Heights Antiques Center has grown.




Auction To Be Held On Rts. 11/15, Just 6 Miles North Of I-81, Exit 65



Midway Between



Beside Leonardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Oak World

This auction features over 100 lots of mostly modern guns, many new in box and never shot. Also included are consignments of antique and military guns, bayonets, ammunition, reloading equipment, knives, sportsman and hunting accessories.


Cindy Fenton Auctioneer #AU003412-L

For Info: (717) 957-9399 TERMS: Cash, PA. Check, Visa, MC. No Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Premium Coins Approx. 11:30 A.M. Absentee Bids Accepted Furniture 3:00 P.M. Food Available Severe weather date Sunday, Jan. 13th 2 P.M. Check Web Site.

#15 Glock .40 S&W #24 Kimber Gold Match Two .45

#8 S&W 9mm Model 469

#39 AMT Lighting 25/22

#38 Ruger Red Hawk .41 Mag #34 Heckler & Koch #31 Taurus Model 2, .22 #67 S&W .44 Magnum

#14 Beretta Model 3032 Tomcat #42 Mossberg Model 500A12 Gauge

#48 Colt M4-A1

Wilsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Auction Gallery 344 VALLEYBROOK ROAD, CHESTER HEIGHTS, PA 19017

610-358-9515 PA Lic. #AU-002824-1 Terms: Cash, PA Check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Debit. First time buyers: Checks accepted only if accompanied by bank letter of credit. 15% Buyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Premium.



RIFLE - HUNTING - FISHING: 1891 Mauser 7.65mm, BB Guns, Hunting Knives, Acme Game Calls, Tackle Box Complete w/Lures/ Tackle. VINTAGE TOOLS: Slide Rules, Millers Falls Hand Drills, Stanley Planes, Adjustable Wrenches, Brass Trim Folding Rules, Brass Nozzles, Brass Torch, NEW Delta Bench Band Saw. COLLECTIBLES: Vintage Horse Hanes w/Mirror, Early Kitchen, Beer & Coke Trays, Underwood Typewriter, Schatz German Clock, Vintage Guide Delivery Bag, Vintage Fire Bell, Vintage Decorative Door Plates, Huge Collection Plate, Vintage Mink/Muff/Shaw, Ladiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Cat Eye Glasses, Lucky Joe & Bear Bank, Duncan Miller Parking Meter, Battery-Op Bartenders, Peep Feeder. GLASSWARE: Carnival Glass, Blue Hobnail, Peanut Butter Glasses, Pepsi Looney Tunes Glasses, Salt/Peppers, Kerosene Lamps, Pattern & Pressed Glass, Noritake, China Dresser Set, Hall Autumn Leaf Mixing Bowls. VINTAGE TOYS: Lincoln Logs, Ball Gloves, Catcherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mask, Boxing Gloves, Matchbox, Hot Wheels, Tonkas, Valley View Farms, Six Million Dollar Man, Viewmaster Projector, Matchbox Airport Play Case, Vintage Ideal Doll, Doll-Size Wood Hutch, Vintage Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Books & Records, TCR Slotcar Track w/Cars, Fisher-Price. MIB TOYS: Die-Cast Ertl, PEM & SpecCast 1:64 Scale T&T. POTTERY: Roseville, Weller, Hull, Medici Soft Paste Meat Platter, Jardinieres, Crocks. EPHEMERA: Postcards, Trade Cards, Stereo Cards, Stamp Mint Sets, Railroad & Utility Stocks, 1970â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mad Magazines, Coffee Table Books. PICTURE FRAMES. FURNITURE: Oak Hall Seat, Washstand & Highboy, Dinette Set, Bedroom Suite, 6 Slot Gun Cabinet, Showcase Hutch w/Sliding Glass Doors. FULL LISTING & PHOTOS ON WEBSITE COINS - JEWELRY LIST ON WEB SITE!!! MANY WONDERFUL COLLECTIBLES!!! HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US!!!

#35 UZI Model 45

(Continued from page 16) Turnpike just north of the white high-collar shirt in a town where he became the period gilt-wood frame. toll collector and gatekeeper This portrait was in the pos- of Gate #7 for the Valley session of Jacob Hockman’s Turnpike Company. Jacob descendants until at least died on November 6, 1862, 1990, with the last family and according to family tramember known to have dition was buried behind the owned it listed in the catalogue as Ona Geneva (Glenn) Evans (1892-1990) of Middletown, Virginia. Hockman was probably the 4th son of Abraham Hockman and possibly Catharina Funk of Shenandoah Co., VA. He served as a fifer during the War of 1812 in Captain Richard Proctor’s Company of the Light Infantry, 5th Regiment Virginia Militia. In 1816 he married Elizabeth antique watch sign sold for Z i m m e r m a n , Large $2,040. daughter of barn because Christian and Elizabeth family’s Miller Zimmerman of Union troops were occupyWoodstock, Virginia. The ing the land near the cemeHockmans purchased a lot tery. The portrait miniature of land in Woodstock in sold for $7,475 against its 1823, where Jacob worked estimate of $3,000 to as a shoe and bootmaker. It $5,000. (Lot 332). A fraktur by Peter is likely that this portrait was executed around that Bernhart realized $16,100 over its estimate of $8 to time. In 1849 the couple $12,000. Bernhart rarely used mermaids, shown prominently in this example. The dense imagery including large and small birds, florets, tulips and mermaids, center the calligraphic inscription for the baptism of Johannes Haffner, born in York County in Pennsylvania in 1794, but not baptized until after the family removed to Augusta County, Virginia, in 1804. The central reserve is Inscribed bottle case or sugar chest, referinscribed in encing Boston, Culpeper County, sold for German, and $4,025. signed by Decorative Art of the Bernhart across the lower Shenandoah Valley, p. 81, edge. Not only did the frak- pl. 6 and Southern Folk Art, tur have great presence, it p. 82; and exhibited at the had been included in exhi- Museum of American Folk bitions and cited in scholar- Art’s landmark show, ly literature on the subject “Southern Folk Art,” which of Southern folk art, of was held in 1984. (Lot 335.) which this must be included A pair of side chairs as a prime example. from the Tidewater area of Formerly in the collection Virginia sold for $16,100, of Dr. and Mrs. Henry P. far exceeding their $6 to Deyerle, and sold at $9,000 estimate, perhaps Sotheby’s auction of their because new research is collection, the fraktur was emerging regarding certain also published in Folk and

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ESTATES AUCTION Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013 At 11 A.M.


Holiday Inn, Preview: Saturday, Jan. 19th, 11 A.M. - 4 P.M. & Sunday Morning, Jan. 20th 9 A.M. - 10:45 A.M. Americana: Painted Furniture including a rare Pennsylvania Chest from Berks County, signed; Formal Furniture; Fine signed Paintings incl. C.H. Gifford, R.S. Gifford (attrib.), E. Gruppe, W.D. Hamilton, W. Kaula, etc., Portraits; Lg. Coll. of Sterling Silver; Coll. of Grueby Pottery, Painted Woodenware, Coll. of Stoneware incl. PA & Redware; Early Textiles; Lots of ptd. Country Accessories, Oriental Rugs; Audubon Prints & Ephemera, Books & Documents, 19th C. pistols, Lincoln memorabilia, etc. MA Lic. 294

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AUCTION SALE BILLS JEFFREY S. EVANS moved south to Edinburg, Virginia, eventually purAUCTION chasing land on the Valley

(Continued on page 21)

Stephenson’s Auction 1005 Industrial Blvd., Southampton,



Firearms Auction

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 2013 - 6:00 P.M. Inspection Is Friday, January 18th - 4 P.M.-6 P.M.


Rawley Springs, Virginia photo album sold for $2,760, way over estimate. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★








★ Located 5 miles east of York, PA, take Rt. 30 east to the Hallam Exit, go south to the 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. Bedroom furniture, tables & chairs, boot chair, ★ uph. furniture, Columbia victrola & records, new entertainment centers, Empire chest, rockers, chairs, beer tap, washer & dryer, lift ★ chair, recliners, bedding, Pro Form treadmill, patio furniture, 2 flat screen TVs, lamps, lg. sofa mirror, pictures & prints, Breville juicer & ★ other sm. Kitchen appliances, sweepers, Oreck steamer, sterling S & P & candleholders, marbles, Elektra radio, lots of cameras & ★ equipment, Dept. 56 houses, Byers Choice figures, Spode Christmas dishes, teapots, cookie jars, coll. Plates, Fostoria, depression glass, oil ★ lamps to incl. pink dep., sets of dishes to incl. Noritake Marvelle, Pfaltzgraff dishes, Princess House, linens, hankies, mantel clocks, ★ York Fair trucks & 1919 ruby flash mug, sports cards, McCoy pcs., tin Easter egg, golf clubs, Kenwood speakers, electronics, milk ★ bottles, Disney items, CI kettles & frying pans, flatware, records, CDs, DVDs, tapes, beaded bag, Christmas candy boxes, airplane ★ lamp, hunting clothes, flow blue plate, Eldrith plate, vintage fans, sweepers, coffee grinders, hatpin holder, FP toys, coll. Cars & trucks, ★ Hess trucks, Steinbach Wizard of Oz nutcracker, It’s a Small World lunch box, Lionel 1089 freight train in set box, Bachman & Athearn ★ engines & cars, Hawthorne Village McDonald’s train set, Ertl, Tonka, Nylint, Winross, Hot Wheels & Matchbox cars & trucks, Lone ★ Ranger & Tonto dolls in orig. boxes, Scout & Silver horses in orig. boxes, Yamaha keyboard, Craftsman tool chest on wheels, many other ★ tool boxes, chrome diamond plate truck tool box, Makita & DeWalt recipro saws, Bosch Bulldog hammer drill, socket sets, Craftsman ★ table saw, 12” band saw, & cordless drills, drill press, 2 h.p. Dust collector, Bridgewood 15” planer & jointer, dremel, chain saws, Jet ★ table saw, many hand, garden & sm. power tools, air tools. Two rooms of box lots. Just starting to unpack. Check our website at ★ or auction zip #1893 for additions & photos. TERMS: CASH OR APPROVED PA CHECK, VISA, MC, ★ DISC, AMEX. Preview: Sunday evening from 6 to 8 P.M. Jewelry sells at 12 noon. Furniture sells at 4:00 P.M. ★ 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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CA 1875 Dumonthier .44 Cane Gun

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

15% Buyer’s Premium in house


“There will be additional charges for instacheck and the locks.”


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YARDLEY COMMUNITY CENTRE (Continued from page 9)

Jersey; Young and Old Antiques, Chalfont, Pennsylvania; Mary Beach Antiques, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania; Antiques in Bloom, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Irene Shelton, Mt. Laurel, New Jersey; Tina Black, Easton, Pennsylvania; C & C

Antiques, Feasterville, Pennsylvania; Ayscough Antiques, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania; and Joy Harrington, Yardley, Pennsylvania. Returning to the show from a brief hiatus is Hex Highway Antiques of Hamburg, Pennsylvania. The show is the major fundraiser for the ongoing preservation and upkeep of the historic Yardley Community Centre. The

AUCTION SALE BILLS Community Centre is located at 64 South Main Street in the heart of Yardley Borough. Show hours on HIGHER QUALITY ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Friday are from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 TRAVER’S AUCTIONS, 56 Dorchester Dr., a.m. to 4 p.m. Delicious food will be available durInspection: 3:30 PM • Start Time: 5:00 PM ing show hours in the LOCATION: Dallas, PA - 1⁄4 Mile South of Rtes. 415/309 Junction - Turn off Rte. 309 onto Dorchester Dr. Centre’s kitchen. (between the Blue Hydrangea & Sunoco Gas Station), 300 Yards up hill on right - From I81 take Exit 170B Admission is $5 and $4 onto Rte. 309N - From Northeast Extension (PA Turnpike) take Wilkes-Barre Exit 36 (mile marker 105), with an ad or article. For then left on Rte. 115 to 309N, follow signs to the Back Mountain/Dallas - at the 8th traffic light (on Rte. 309N), make a right onto Dorchester Dr. (Sunoco Gas Station on your right hand side), approx. 300 yards additional information, call up hill on right. (215) 321-3528. WE WILL BE SELLING FROM MANY NE PA. ESTATES INC. - ANTIQUE FURNISHINGS &



HOME FURNISHINGS - walnut china cabinet glass 3 sides, empire library table - one drawer table w/barley twist columns - wing chair w/claw ft. - Victorian marble top table - cedar chest - nesting tables Asian influence - oak mirrored back hall seat, oak curved glass china, pr. of hand knotted Persian style small rugs, antique glass domes - mahogany dresser & bed - oak drop front desk - sofa in Victorian style, small hutch table - handmade table w/country stylings - plus lots more! COLLECTIBLES - at least 2 electronic 1950’s/60’s era slot machines - early table top pinball type machine - at least 3 coin op postage stamp machines - set of fly fishing books - iron handcuffs Heinrich porcelain vase - nude statuary marked V. Glin - set of early aluminum Wagnerware stained & leaded glass windows - vintage light fixtures, ceilings fixtures, sconces etc. many with glass prisms - pottery - country items inc. hooked rugs, miniature cradles, stoneware, old baskets, wooden bowls & more-vintage clock - textiles inc. quality draperies - lots more!! GLASSWARE - excellent selection of quality glassware inc. consolidated glass co. pcs., cranberry glass, Hawkes oil & vinegar, cruets & colognes, sock darners, fairy lamp, steuben goblet in Pomona green, plus more nice glass! ARTWORK - inc. signed OonC paintings, signed & numbered prints, other fine prints, watercolors, Oil on Board, and more!! JEWELRY - cases, tray lots & R mounts full of costume jewelry - sterling silver - gold jewelry & more! Check out our website: or ID#2280 for updated photos and information.

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Antiques & Auction News — January 11, 2013 - - 21 ture of the area is evident in the catalogues prepared for their auctions. Multiple photographic views of these chairs allowed potential ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, TOYS, DOLLS, JEWELRY, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TOOLS bidders to see exactly what size and form of block inset AT 9:00 A.M. the chairs featured, a good substitute for physically Sale To Be Held At The Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., 17522 viewing the lots on offer. (The Corner Of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd., Approx. 21⁄2 Miles West Of Ephrata) (Lot 432.) ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES - Carnival Wheels, Stoneware, Tine & Woodenware, Cast Iron, Silver Plated, Early Other Virginia items of Boy Scout Collectibles, Christmas Collectibles; HUMMEL FIGURINES; ARTWORK; ANTIQUE & COSTUME interest that saw strong bidJEWELRY; CHINA & GLASSWARE; LINENS; ANTIQUE & VINTAGE CLOTHING; TOYS; MODEL TRAINS; DOLLS; BOOKS & PAPER; POSTCARDS; SPORTS CARDS & MEMORABILIA; ding included a walnut KITCHENWARE; POWER, HAND & wood sugar chest or bottle GARDEN TOOLS & MUCH MORE! case, inscribed “C A Butts / *Please Check Our Website On 1/11 For A More Boston” in black paint Complete Listing Along With Photos. T. Glenn • Timothy • Thomas • T. Brent • Matthew under bottom probably ref**3% Auction House Fee Is Charged, Discounted 50 DURLACH RD., EPHRATA, PA 17522 erencing Boston, Culpeper To No Charge For Cash & PA Check. No Out-OfTel. 717-738-3080 • Fax 717-738-2132 Company, Virginia, dating State Checks Without Prior Approval. AU1767L S777745 to the second quarter of the 19th century. The chest came from the private collection of Sally and the late Stanley Greenbaum, Williamsburg, Virginia, and sold for $4,025, four times the $800 to $1,200 estimate. (Lot 434.) Among the historically important ephemera offered that performed particularly well, a phoTH • 4:30 P.M. tographic album comprising thirty DOORS OPEN 2:15 P.M. OLD-FASHIONED DOLLAR AUCTION SALE views of “THE BEGINS AT 2:45 P.M. MAIN SALE 4:30 P.M. R A W L E Y 216 Mill St. (REAR ENTRANCE) 19007 S P R I N G S , ” MULTI-ESTATES - THOUSANDS OF ITEMS IN HUNDREDS OF CATEGORIES…Vintage R o c k i n g h a m Lionel Train Collection…Hundreds of Watercolors, Paintings & Prints…50+ Lots of Antique & County, Virginia, Quality Vintage Furniture…Asian Pottery & Porcelain...Primitives...Gold, Sterling & Costume mounted on heavy Jewelry...Fine & Elegant Glassware & Crystal...Vintage Toys...Old Photographs & card-stock pages Postcards...Blue Decorated Stoneware...Oriental Rugs...ODD, RARE & UNUSUAL ITEMS and MUCH, MUCH MORE!!! met with great sucALWAYS CHECK THE WEBSITE FOR PHOTOS, INFO & SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS cess. This wonderful and rare survivor included photoTERMS: 10% Buyer’s Premium For Cash Or Approved Check w/Proper I.D. 13% Buyer’s Premium graphic images of For Visa, MC, Amex, Discover. Inspection - 2:15-4:30 P.M. Day Of Sale. then Virginia Info. Call: 215-788-6700 Or 215-499-7023 (Cell) AU-003580-L Governor Kemper, DIRECTIONS: 5 Min. Off Exit 358 Of PA Turnpike, 5 Min. Off Exit 40 - I-95 (Bristol 413 Exit). Major Luck and the Vintage Collectibles Every Tuesday servant Uncle Jim Quality Antiques 3rd Tuesday Every Month Lightfoot. The

unique features shared by a number of chairs from the area. The chairs were executed in cherry wood, and date to circa 1770, in the Chippendale style. As Jeff Evans, owner and principal of Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates noted in the catalogue, these chairs are “From an important group of Virginia late Rococo style chairs that were originally attributed to the Williamsburg area based on Galt family ownership. George N. Fulton canner realSubsequent research has ized $1,380. established that the Galt decorative arts of the family and their furniture Shenandoah Valley region had moved to Williamsburg as well as historic art forms from Norfolk, Virginia. The unique to Virginia and the chairs offered here display South. Their interest in and an unusual yellow pine passion for the material culblock inset at the upper interior edge of the rear seat rail that works as an added support for the splat extension. This distinctive feature has been recorded on other Tidewater area chairs but has not been attributed to a specific shop at this point. The yellow pine slip-seat frames are also a common feature of the area.” Both Jeff Evans and his wife, Beverley, have spent decades of Czar Paul I after Levitsky or Schukin, sold studying the Portrait for $9,775, far over its estimated value of $1,000 to furniture and $1,500.

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Antiques & Auction News — January 11, 2013 - - 23 pop art at home. This Kurt C. Russ, “The County, 1819, which sold for clients were not able to received two serious postJEFFREY S. EVANS itsignas came from the private Remarkable Stoneware of $2,530 over its $100 to $200 participate because of auction inquiries and I feel AUCTION collection of Chris Gladden, George N. Fulton” and a estimate (lot 341), as well as Super Storm Sandy. Smalls certain it will find a new (Continued from page 21) Salem, Virginia, who bought noteworthy provenance from a Virginia walnut wood food are selling nicely, but the home. Its large size serimarket is ously limited the number album was inscribed by one- it as found in Roanoke, the well-known Greenbaum safe from the mid-19th cen- furniture collection, helped to stimu- tury, which sold for $7,475, rebounding very slowly. of perspective buyers.” time owner Jacob S. Strayer Virginia. (Lot 329.) of Bogota, Lynnwood, Evans’ auctions are par- late bidding. An elated far surpassing its $500 to Though we are receiving Evans added, “We have Rockingham County, Oct. ticularly known for their descendent of George Fulton $800 estimate (lot 465) in more interest in furniture already begun to collect lots, most prices continue material for our next 23, 1875 and was sold with strong cataloguing of won the lot for the final price this auction. a rare promotional booklet Virginia folk pottery and this of $1,3800, well over the In all, the Jeffrey S. to be very soft. On the Americana auction, includannouncing the June 15, sale was no exception. An $500 to $800 estimate. (Lot Evans & Associates auction bright side, Southern mate- ing several highly impor1885 reopening of the excellent collection of 9.) Another descendant of realized $421,756 from 246 rial continues to perform tant pieces of Shenandoah Rawley Springs the potter suc- in-house bidders, with 987 well. The Fry-Davis clock Valley stoneware from a resort. The album c e s s f u l l y absentee bids recorded. was an important artifact well-known Valley estate had a strong the Live that drew strong private collection. 2013 should be secured one of Through provenance, havthe other Fulton Auctioneers web portal, and institutional interest a banner year.” For a list of the firm’s ing descended in pots in auction there were 1,530 bids from because we were able to articulate its historical sig- 2013 auction schedule and the famed Byrd bidding online. 471 participants. family of Auctioneer Jeffrey S. nificance within the narra- past auction catalogues, The sale Rockingham included several Evans said after the sale, tive of lower Shenandoah visit their website at County. Unlike the items of interest “We were pleased with the Valley clockmaking. On or stereocards probeyond the overall results of the auc- the other hand, I was obvi- phone (540) 434-3939. duced simultaneAmericana area, tion, especially consider- ously disappointed that the Consignment inquires can ously, the album including an oil ing that some of our New Funk family schrank did be directed to info@ included extra on canvas por- York and New Jersey not sell - but we have notes and inscriptrait of Czar tions, which may Paul I, late 18th be why bidding or early 19th was so strong for century, which it, taking the $800 realized $9,775, to $1,200 estimatfar over its estied value up to mated value of $2,760. (Lot 98.) $1 to $1,500. A fun cast and The sprightly sheet iron tradesportrait is man’s sign for a attributed to the jeweler also did hand of a folwell at the Evans Miniature of Jacob F. Hackman attributed to Caleb lower of Dmitry Davis, circa 1820, sold for $7,475. auction, selling for Levitsky or $2,040. The sign S t e p a n formed as a double-sided stoneware from the Valley of Schukin. The painting, fresh pocket watch, had a cast Virginia pottery of George to the market from an frame embossed “WATCHES N. Fulton (Arritts, Alleghany Albemarle County, Virginia, CLOCKS JEWELRY” Company, 1867-1885) was private collection, was hotly around the edge, and a mold- led by a decorated salt- contested by a German and ed center painted with “BUY glazed canner half of which three Russian phone bidders. NOW,” dated to the late 19th had been dipped in slip, of (Lot 363.) or early 20th century. approximately 1 gallon As Jeffrey S. Evans Originally from a store in capacity, signed in brushed noted, every sale includes its Roanoke, Virginia, the sign is on manganese, “G N Fulton” surprises, and this auction just the kind of thing that in script between floral and was no exception. tempts collectors to bid. Its leaf decorations. Research Determined Shenandoah large circumference (three detailed in the Chipstone Valley collectors purchased a feet) additionally tempts Journal, CALL: 1-800-800-1833 (ext. 2541) or 717-492-2541 Ceramics in fraktur fragment written for young collectors to showcase America for 2004, written by Elisabeth Cook of Augusta MK5750

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Specialists in American glass and lighting from the late 18th to early 20th centuries, as well as Southern decorative arts, Americana, and fine antiques of all types. Conducting monthly catalogued auctions as well as providing appraisal and collection management services. We are actively seeking quality consignments for future Americana, glass, ceramics & other specialty auctions. Contact Beverley Evans at or 540.434.3939, ext. 140, for details. Visit for additional information and photos, past auction catalogues with prices realized, and to sign up for email notification of our events. All catalogues are available through our website and LiveAuctioneers.

Catalogue Auction Schedule January 26, 2013 – Victorian & Art Glass Featuring the first installment from a selection of over 4,000 pieces from the late Richard “Dick” and Mary Ann Krauss collection of Clyde, OH plus an outstanding New York State private collection. Highlights: Mt. Washington including 7 pieces of Lava/Sicilian, Findlay including rare Floradine and Onyx in various colors and 50 pcs Amberette/Klondike, a fine collection of Phoenix Art Glass, outstanding 60-piece collection of Imperial Freehand, Victorian opalescent, Durand and other art glass, studio glass, cut glass, EAPG, &c.

February 16, 2013 – Variety Auction Featuring a wide range of collectibles including collections of Maxfield Parrish prints, lady’s accoutrements and vintage clothing, 3,000+ pcs sterling silver flatware/souvenir spoons, vintage toys & banks, tobacciana, advertising, &c.

March 23, 2013 – Important Kerosene Lighting Featuring the second half of the exceptional lighting collection of the late Dorothy Gooch of Hopkinsville, KY including an outstanding selection of parts. We are accepting select consignments to this auction until February 1.

May 15, 2013 – 19th Century Glass & Lighting Featuring a prominent 40-year Midwestern collection including rare free-blown and pressed wares. We are accepting quality consignments to this auction until April 1.

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July 27, 2013 – Salt and Sugar Shakers Featuring the important collection of the late Richard “Dick” and Mary Ann Krauss of Clyde, OH. This auction will be held in conjunction with the Antique Glass Salt and Sugar Shaker Club’s (AGSSSC) 2013 Convention in Harrisonburg, VA.


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Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates – Auctioneers, Appraisers and Consultants is pleased to announce the appointment of Jill Fenichell as Vice President to head our newly formed Ceramics Department and to expand our offerings of museum and educational services. Jill will be splitting her time between the newly established JSE&A New York office and our Virginia corporate office. Jill has 25 years of experience in the ceramics field with specific expertise in wares from the 18th to the 20th century. Her past

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