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Towels And Samplers Highlight Large Grouping Of Southeastern Pennsylvania Needlework By Karl Pass
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William Kazar “History Of New Jersey” Estate Sale Surpasses Expectations
Conestoga Auction Company of the Hess Auction Group in Manheim, Pa., held an eclectic cataloged multi-consignor sale on Dec. 3 that included a large collection of early Pennsylvania German textiles. “There will be more installments from this collection,” stated John Hess following the sale. Needlework cross stitch decorated show (hand) towels and samplers were among the more common forms of Pennsylvania German textiles. Pennsylvania
German women of all denominations practiced sewing. Much of the work in this sale was created by Pennsylvania Mennonites in the southeastern part of the state, primarily Lancaster County, and were reflective of Germanic cultural traditions blended with Anglo influences. Most dated to the first half of the 19th century and overall were in good condition.
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Joseph Bodnar Sells Trove Of Historical Material William Kazar’s estate crossed the block on Dec. 3 at Bodnar’s Auction, central New Jersey’s largest auction house. The sale took place in the New Jersey Convention and Expo Center in Edison, among a large crowd of collectors, historians, local museum curators and historical associations. Kazar A period Federal inlaid mahogany desk labeled by cabinetmaker was a longtime Matthew Egerton, who worked on Burnet Street in New friend and employ- Brunswick, N.J., sold for $11,000. discovery. Most items should be in ee of auctioneer Joseph Bodnar. With over 400 registered live museums,” said Maureen Bodnar. bidders and over 1,500 online bid- “The best find in Bill’s collection ders, the bidding was intense on was a letter from Abraham Lincoln; practically each lot. Every lot sold I trembled when I discovered it.” and easily surpassed most esti- Maureen Bodnar is a member of the mates. Over 650 lots were offered Civil War living history group, the with online bidding, and another Federal Generals Corps. Kazar amassed one of the 500 lots were sold without. Maureen Bodnar spent five largest collections of New Jersey months researching and cataloging related historical items that has the collection. “Every day was a new Continued on page 2
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This framed and rare cotton apron stitched ”I.S 1800” sold to an active phone bidder for $1,121.
Mary Nissley’s towel (detail view of top portion) sold for $1,652 to an active phone bidder. The Rapho Township, Lancaster County, towel was dated January 2, 1841.
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Anna Ebersol’s towel dated “1847” with a house, floral, and heart design had some fringe loss and sold to collectors for $472.
Here is a framed East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, Mennonite sampler by Barbara Brubaker dated “1816.” Measuring 14.5-by-14.25 inches, it sold to a collector in the salesroom for $885.
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This Civil War coatee, snare drum, sticks, charcoal picture and Eagle Monument Association record of service for Demarest Gordon - 30th N.J., brought $1,900.
This hand colored CDV of the 3rd N.J. battle flag has been colored in a red (almost purple) and blue and has a tear in the middle of the stars. The 3rd N.J. Vols is visible in one of the stripes. It brought $825.
If an escape from howling winds and swirling snow is in order, take a quick trip to a warmer climate via the special display at the Haddon Heights Antiques Center. There, shopgoers can make a tropical escape with all sorts of vintage antiques and collectibles, such as hula girls and tiki mugs, postcards, travel brochures, and souvenir memorabilia, such as flamingos, parrots, palm trees, and sea shells. There are even vintage suitcases to pack for the getaway. The Haddon Heights Antiques Center celebrates its birthday every January. This year marks 24 years, since the popular Camden County multi-dealer shop opened. Over the years, it has grown in size and scope, and it continues to offer a wide variety of affordably priced antiques and collectibles.
It is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours on Fridays. Haddon Heights is located on Clements Bridge Road, just off I-295, in Barrington, N.J. For directions or further information, call 856-546-0555.
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William Kazar Estate house after not showing up for a sale. “We worked on his estate for almost a year. It required the time and attention a collection of this historical significance deserves,” said Joseph Bodnar. A photograph of Thomas Edison done by Pach Bros. of New York, 1904, inscribed to Day Baker, “To Day Baker: I want to commend the conscientious,
This cross badge belonged to Benjamin Austin of the 4th N.J. Co. D. It is a silver metal cross with a red cross in the center and engraved “Benj. Austin, Co D, 4th NJVV.” It sold for $1,600. This Historical Staffordshire sauce tureen marked “Passaic Falls State of New Jersey” with ladle and by Enoch Woods & Son sold for $1,300.
intelligent efforts you are making, which are materially assisting in bringing about the day when the electric vehicle in our cities will become more common than the horse.” Baker founded the Baker Electric Cap Co. The photo was signed “Thomas A Edison” and sold for $7,250 against a $300-$600 estimate. A 1st Veterans Regiment, New Jersey, Militia Regimental flag sold for $9,250, and a 4th N.J. cross badge belonging to
Benjamin Austin of the 4th N.J. Co. D. sold for $1,600 (est. $100-$300). The letter written by Abraham Lincoln on behalf of Hugh Roden, a drummer in the 7th N.J., to his superiors, dated Oct 11, 1861, was estimated at $3,000-$6,000 and sold for $8,000. A letter from Camp Raritan, Feb. 7, 1776, discussing Benedict Arnold, written by William Blodget, Secretary to the Rhode Island Brigade, to his friend states, “General Arnold is in camp and was going to go as far as New York had not the President and Council of Pennsylvania exhibited 8 charges against him. The General is fully determined to A Civil War ID badge and ring belonging to James exculpate himself Albright of the 6th N.J. and 8th N.J. sold for $2,000. and will set for
This Civil War ID badge, 7th N.J. pin and group of coins belonging to Albert Bateman - 7th N.J., realized $2,500. Bateman was mustered into the 7th N.J. Co.H as a private on Oct. 10, 1861. He was first promoted on July 1, 1862, to corporal and again on Feb. An early American silver cup inscribed 15, 1863, to sergeant. He was mus“F B C.” made by H Lupp of New tered out on Oct. 10, 1864. He died of Brunswick, N.J., sold for $2,600. Tuberculosis in 1878 at the age of 38. This note written by Abraham Lincoln was on behalf of Hugh Roden, a drummer in the 7th N.J., to his superiors. Written along the top is “Executive Mansion.” Dated “Oct. 11, 1861,” it reads, “Whomit may concern - The bearer of this, Hugh Roden, says he is a drummer in the 7th Regt NJ Volunteers, and wishes to be transferred to the 2nd Regt NJ Volunteers, to be with his brother who is in the latter Regt. If it will not injuriously affect the service, I shall be glad ™ for him to be obliged. ALincoln.” The letter is documented in the book “The Collective Works of Abraham Lincoln,” published by the Abraham Lincoln Association in Springfield, Ill., in 1953. It sold for $8,000.
Philadelphia tomorrow. He talks about needing material to make new clothes for his are ragged. General Greene and lady arrived, and not a word has passed between him and Mrs. Greene on the old affair. She seems happy to see him.” The letter sold for $2,400 against a $200-$400. An Emerson and The 1st Veterans Regiment, New Jersey, Militia Silver non-regulation Regimental flag sold for $9,250. officers sword identified to Captain William Nippins sold for $2,600, and a group of of the 4th N.J. Militia and 34th 1812 and 1814 Queens College N.J. sold for $4,250. A Federal lottery tickets went for $525. All prizes realized can be inlaid mahogany desk with a at www.bodnars Matthew Egerton cabinetmaker viewed label sold for $11,000. Egerton auction.com. For further information worked in New Brunswick, N.J. An early American silver cup about this sale or future sales, inscribed “F B C.” made by H call 866-349-7378 or email Lupp, of New Brunswick, N.J., firstname.lastname@example.org.
A rare United States loan office stock/bond made out to Charles Ewing of Trenton, N.J., numbered 2162 and dated “March 8, 1792,” sold for $2,500. It is for $425.42 with a 6 percent interest from the first day of January 1792. These stocks/bonds were the first securities traded in the New York Stock exchange when founded in 1792.
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bracelets, cat’s eyes and evil eyes are some of the jewelry with symbolic meaning on display that will usher in fortune. And don’t forget Mother Nature’s lucky characters such as elephants, pigs, fish, turtles, mushrooms, pineapples, crickets, ladybugs and violets. All are displayed for sale and ready to bring good fortune for 2017. The Grist Mill has so much to choose from, and the friendly and helpful dealers are happy to help assist customers in finding that perfect lucky charm. They offer a 20 percent discount on items priced at $6 or more every day and 25 percent off a special category each week. To be the first to know about the weekly specials, email gristmillantiques.com. The Grist Mill Antiques Center invites shoppers to participate in its monthly scavenger hunt, which takes place the last Wednesday each month. Lists are given out at 5 p.m., and there is a prize given to the person who finds the most items on the list. Each Wednesday, the center is open for evening shoppers until 8 p.m., and light refreshments are offered. This multi-dealer shop is located at 127 Hanover St., Pemberton, N.J., and is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours on Wednesdays. For additional information, call 609-726-1588.
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Collector Anecdotes And Antics Another Look At Some Of The Hottest Collectible Collecting Categories Also, Words Of Caution To Ring In The New Year By Shawn Surmick As we enter 2017, there are several popular collecting categories poised to make exponential growth this year and beyond. Most of these markets should come as no surprise to regular readers of this column. Listed below are some of the hottest collecting categories that are sure to be on fire in 2017, along with my commentary on each. As always, feel free to disagree, but do so with caution. 5. Vintage pinball machines from 1975 or later. Electronic pinball machines have become the proverbial “blue chip” investment of the vintage coin-operated world. With prices still rising on an ongoing basis, finding a near mint condition example of a specific machine has become a frustrating experience in both futility and patience. The lack of supply has created a seller’s market, where machines that were selling for just under $2,000 less than five years ago are now selling for record prices. Note to would-be collectors and investors: This field is for experienced and knowledgeable collectors only, and novice enthusiasts should proceed with caution. If you find a vintage machine at a great price but it needs a lot of work and repair, your lucky buy is actually a money pit.
3. Pokemon related cards, collectibles, and games. In 2016, Nintendo scored a massive hit with the mobile phone game called “Pokemon Go.” The game became a media darling and mass market hit and propelled Nintendo’s stock to almost double its share price. Nintendo capitalized on the release of “Pokemon Go” by enhancing its popular Pokemon collectible card game with the release of XY Evolutions and had a wellcalculated hit with the dual release of “Pokemon Sun and Moon” on its Nintendo 3DS handheld system. Vintage “Magic: The Collectors and investors
need to use caution, as a lot of speculation is occurring on newer Pokemon products with a lot of collectors hoarding sealed products. A better strategy may be to go after the first edition of the card game. Holding rare cards graded PSA 10 or even BGS 9.5 may prove profitable, as there is much less supply of vintage product than of current over produced product. Still, it may be best to go after both contemporary and vintage products in tandem. Just don’t over-hoard modern era products. 2. Vintage Nike Air sneakers. As a kid growing up in the 1990s, I never thought my vintage Nike Air sneakers would have been worth saving. Unfortunately, that is exactly what is fueling the market for unworn vintage sneakers from yesteryear. Now stores that cater to vintage Nike Air shoes are popping up in high-end shopping malls across the country, and people are paying thousands of dollars or more to get a limited pair of sneakers from yesterday. Expect this trend to continue with some high-end auction houses taking a close look at how best to enter the secondary market and capitalize on this growing trend. Male collectors have now found the equivalent of luxury hand bag collecting for women. Hermes better watch out!
over-hoarded and built on the very definition of speculation. The real money and potential is in carded and rare action figures from the original “Star Wars” trilogy released in 1977 through 1984. Investors should focus on third-party graded and certified items. Rare figures like the infamous Blue Snaggletooth figure and the Vinyl Caped Jawa figure have seen double digit gains almost each and every year since Disney acquired the “Star Wars” franchise from George Lucas. Meanwhile, “Revenge of the Jedi” proof cards have nearly tripled in value and now serve as a status symbol of the movie that would become “Return of the Jedi.” Hint to collectors and investors alike: Look at the vintage Kenner Micro Collection and some of the obscure Power of the Force mail-away promo coins for undervalued deals. These items have yet to experience the same metamorphic growth as their vintage toy counterparts. Avoid prototype and preproduction items unless you possess the knowledge to know and understand what
1. Vintage “Star Wars” toys and action figures from the 1970s and ’80s. Please forget anything made after 1990. The post-vintage line was
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Honorable mention goes to vintage Nintendo video games and systems. With Nintendo’s new video game system, aptly named “Switch,” ready to release in March of this year, expect demand for vintage Nintendo games and franchises to increase. Unfortunately, most of the company’s popular games are now readily available for download onto newer Nintendo systems. As such, I urge all collectors and enthusiasts of vintage video games to err on the side of caution and think about the long-term validity of vintage video games. With a flick of a “switch” (pun intended), most of these games will be readily made to play on any newer video game console at a fraction of the cost of owning the original game. This is not a market for long-term investing! Notably absent from this list - Lego. Licensed Lego sets
you are buying. The same can be said for rare bootlegs. Authentication and certification is important in establishing a fair market price.
Gathering” cards, products, and collectibles. Be careful with current mass-produced “Magic” products, as a speculative market has developed in which only the most knowledgeable collectors will profit. There is tremendous opportunity in vintage products that contain limited reserved list cards that can never be printed again. Buying sealed product from this era is a foolproof investment as long as the would-be buyer can resist the urge to open the sealed boxes in search of that valuable rare card. Hint to investors: Newer product should almost always be kept sealed, or consider only buying the rarest cards in the best condition possible. Vintage cards should be purchased graded and certified by either PSA or BGS. Never buy a highend vintage card that is not graded and authenticated, as fakes and reproductions exist.
and minifigures such as factory-sealed Lego sets from the “Lego Star Wars” and SuperHero lines were and are all the rage, but the speculative bubble surrounding their metamorphic rise is now bursting. Thanks in part to Lego themselves flooding the market with continuous product and stores heavily discounting most recently released sets, resellers and speculators are getting stuck with a glut of slow-moving inventory that is causing some to question the longterm validity of the Lego secondary market. Meanwhile, well-made counterfeit products continue to put pressure on all but the hardest to find and exclusive minifigures. Best to use caution and get out now if you are heavily involved in this market. This list is based on my own observations, as I accurately collect and invest in all of these markets. While some will disagree with my findings, it should be noted that I may be more cautious than most collectors, as I don’t like the idea of losing money, especially when it can easily be avoided just by focusing on the long-term. Thanks for reading.
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The quarter in the photo gives an idea of the scale of this miniature roll-top desk in original paint and deco- For those looking for a folky hooked rug to hang, there will be ration. Miniature furniture like this little gem will be plenty of quality ones to choose from at the show, such as this available at the York Antiques Show. example.
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With great pleasure, Sandy L. Alderfer, CEO of Alderfer’s Auctioneers & Appraisers, announced that Sherry S. Russell has now taken ownership of the newly branded Alderfer Auction. “I could not be happier to pass the baton to Sherry,” said Alderfer. “She is an experienced CEO who will carry on the Alderfer legacy with a commitment to our local community and will be a tremendous asset to the larger auction industry.” Russel has worked over the past decade in different capacities in the auction world and has further experience in other business sectors. Her keen creativity for operations, marketing ideas and business development matches her passion, positivity and energy. “I am both excited and honored to be given the opportunity to build upon the successes Sandy has achieved,” said Russell. “I am really thrilled to be working and serving back in the community that I grew up in and continue to live in. Helping people through a transitional time in their life is an experience that I don’t look at as work, but as an honor to serve.” The joy of working in the auction industry is the perfect path for a leader with a marketing focus. Every day is different. Every auction has its own game plan. With over 150 auctions targeted for 2017, the Alderfer team will be actively collaborating strategies to achieve favorable results, and
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According to show manager Melvin L. Arion, the merchandise here will run the full gamut, including 18th and 19th century American and English furniture, American country pieces in original paint, early china and glassware, 18th and 19th century silver, Chinese Export porcelain, antique toys, Oriental carpets, pewter, estate jewelry, quilts, English samplers and other textiles, early kitchen and fireplace accessories, Navajo rugs,
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The Original 168th Semiannual York Antiques Show and Sale is scheduled for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Feb. 3, 4, and 5, at Memorial Hall East, located within the York Fairgrounds Convention and Expo Center in downtown York, Pa. This popular event will feature 96 carefully screened exhibitors in room settings offering an impressive and outstanding variety of antiques.
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the salesroom for $885. Conestoga charges an inhouse 18 percent buyerâ€™s premium. Prices reported include buyerâ€™s premium. To learn more about this collection or upcoming sales at Conestoga, call 717-8987284 or visit www.hess auctiongroup.com.
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A towel signed â€œFraney Kulpâ€? and dated â€œ1861â€? with a stitched spread wing eagle along the top and drawn thread decoration on lower portion had some bleeding/staining. It sold for $560.50 to a phone bidder.
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This framed cross stitch roll-up sewing pocket needle and thread case backed by chintz fabric sold for $3,540 to Dr. Patricia Herr in the salesroom, underbid by an active phone bidder.
the 18th century. A rare cotton apron stitched â€œI.S 1800,â€? framed, sold to an active phone bidder for $1,121. A framed rare cross stitch rollup sewing pocket needle and thread case backed by chintz fabric sold for $3,540 to Dr. Patricia Herr in the salesroom. The Gingrich needlework family register/sampler from Warwick Township, Lancaster County, sold to an internet bidder for 3,835, and Barbara Brubakerâ€™s Mennonite sampler from East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, dated â€œ1816â€? and measuring 14.5-by-14.25 inches, sold to a collector in
This Gingrich needlework family register/sampler from Warwick Township, Lancaster County sold to an internet bidder for $3,835, underbid by a collector from Philadelphia bidding in the salesroom. Notice the enlarged â€œO Noble Heartâ€? motif in center, that was especially popular among Pennsylvania German Mennonites.
There were 29 linen decorated towels. The average hand towel measures roughly 16-by-58-inches. They were often hung on a door. Many lots had publication history. The late Ellen Gehretâ€™s â€œThis Is The Way I Pass My Timeâ€? was a Pennsylvania German Society publication from 1984. Pertaining to decorated hand towels, the book remains among the best references on the subject. The items in this sale that were illustrated in the book were credited â€œCourtesy of Mary Ann McIlnay.â€? Other items in the sale were illustrated and discussed in â€œHistorical Needlework of Pennsylvaniaâ€? by Margaret Schiffer and also â€œSamplers of the Pennsylvania Germansâ€? by Tandy and Charles Hersh. The latter was published in 1991 by the Pennsylvania German Society and ranks among the best treatments on the topic. A fine towel done by Mary Nissley of Rapho Township, Lancaster County, in 1841, was the first item in the collection sold. It was in good condition with minor wear and realized $1,652, selling to a phone bidder. A comparable example with similar motifs was done by Fanny Nissley of Rapho Township and was illustrated
in Clarke Hessâ€™s â€œMennonite Arts.â€? It (along with Fannyâ€™s sampler) are in the collection of Pennsylvania German scholars Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. Herr. According to local historian and author Hess, the domestic scene of two ladderback chairs, a stretcher-base table, and a wine set (done on both Mary and Fannyâ€™s towels) was a popular motif among Mennonites of northwestern Lancaster County. Mary also included the popular â€œOEHBDEâ€? motif, which is a stylized heart surrounded by those initials standing for â€œO Edel Hertz Bedunk Dein Ende.â€? The common Mennonite saying translates to â€œO Noble Heart, Consider Your End.â€? Mennonite wedding handkerchiefs and decorated aprons are both rare forms. It is believed most handkerchiefs are of Lancaster County origin and date to the end of
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The Original 168th Semi-Annual
YORK, PA ANTIQUES SHOW & SALE York Fairgrounds Convention & Expo Center H MEMORIAL HALL EAST H 334 Carlisle Ave.,York, Pennsylvania 17404 From Rt. 30, Take Rt. 74 South
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Dennis Raleigh, Wiscasset, ME R.G.L. Antiques, Pittstown, NJ Gene Rappaport, Strasburg, PA Reilly and Jenks, New Oxford, PA Bruce Rigsby, Lancaster, KY Rush Antiques, Rochester, MI Salt Box Antiques, Sugarloaf, PA Shaeffer’s Antiques, Glyndon, MD Robert Snyder • Judy Wilson, Mount Joy, PA John H. Rogers, L.L.C., New London, NH Shaia of Williamsburg - Oriental Rugs, Williamsburg, VA John Sideli, Fine Art, Wiscasset, ME Steve Smoot Antiques & Navajo Textiles, Lancaster, PA Barbara Rew, Lewes, DE Stephen • Douglas, Rockingham, VT Steven F. Still, Manheim, PA Stiles House Antiques, Woodbury, CT Margaret Johnson Sutor, Lafayette Hill, PA Tanning Antiques, Pittsburgh, PA Thomas Thompson, Pembroke, NH Michael Whittemore, Punta Gorda, FL Chuck White Antiques & Folk Art, Warwick, NY Cecilia B. Williams, New Market, MD Marc Witus, Gladstone, NJ Richard M. Worth, Chadds Ford, PA Douglas R. Wyant, Cassopolis, MI Whitman Antiques, Ambler, PA White and White, Skaneateles, NY Sorisio’s Antiques, Leechburg, PA
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01/21-22/17, SYRACUSE, SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-5 PM, Antiques, 581 State Fair Blvd, New York State Fairgrounds
02/04/17, MILFORD, 9 AM-1 PM, Vintage Hunting & Fishing Memorabilia, 115 N Washington St, Reagan Watson Auction Building
OHIO 01/21-22/17, COLUMBUS, SAT & SUN, Antiques, Ohio Expo Center
GEORGIA 02/09-12/17, ATLANTA, THURSSUN, Antiques Market, Atlanta Expo Center 03/09-12/17, ATLANTA, THURSSUN, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center
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02/04/17, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage Flea Market, 820 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia Flea Market Spring Garden Indoor 02/18-19/17, PITTSBURGH, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 164 Fort Couch Rd, Crowne Plaza Hotel
01/20-22/17, NEW YORK, FRI & SAT 11 AM-8 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, Outsider Art Fair, 125 W 18th St, Metropolitan Pavilion
02/18/17, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage Flea Market, 820 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia Flea Market Spring Garden Indoor
01/20-22/17, NEW YORK, FRI 10 AM-7 PM SAT 11 AM-6 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, Art Design & Antiques, 980 Park Ave @ 84th St, Wallace Hall
03/04-05/17, NEW HOPE, SAT 8:00 AM-3 PM SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Indoor Flea Market, Rt 202 & 46 N Sugan Rd, New Hope Eagle Fire Co Eagle Banquet Hall
01/20-29/17, NEW YORK, DAILY NOON-8 PM SUN & THURS NOON-6 PM, Art, Antiques & Design Fair, 67th St & Park Ave, Park Avenue Armory
03/04/17, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage Flea Market, 820 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia Flea Market Spring Garden Indoor
Grist Mill Haddon Heights Antiques Center Antiques Center 80 Dealer Co-Op Clements Bridge Rd. & E. Atlantic Ave.
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AUCTIONS MARYLAND 01/20/17, PARSONSBURG, FRI 4:37 PM, Original Hastings Hatchery lighted advertising sign, Hatchery ephemera, primitives, antiques, collectibles etc., 8000 Esham Rd, Allen & Marshall Auctioneers & Appraisers 02/02-03/17, PARSONSBURG, THURS & FRI 5 PM, 11th Annual Firearm & Men's Night Out, 8000 Esham Rd, Allen & Marshall Auctioneers & Appraisers 02/24/17, PARSONSBURG, FRI 4 PM, Enormous Estate Coin Auction, 8000 Esham Rd, Allen & Marshall Auctioneers & Appraisers 03/03/17, PARSONSBURG, FRI 4:37 PM, 18th & 19th C. furniture, artwork, sterling silver, porcelains, bronzes, art glass, primitives, Persian rugs etc., 8000 Esham Rd, Allen & Marshall Auctioneers & Appraisers MAINE 02/09-10/17, FAIRFIELD, THURS & FRI, 2/9 - American & European paintings, bronzes, prints Asian antiques & art, etc. 2/10 American & European furniture & accessories, Nautical art, folk art portraits, textiles, historical & political etc. Online bidding via invaluable.com or bidsquare.com, Skowhegan Rd Rt 201, James D. Julia
02/03/17, DELAWARE, FRI 9 AM, Eclectic featuring large coin collection, furniture, folk art, clocks, glass, porcelain/china, stoneware, art pottery, stone, fine art & prints etc.; live internet bidding: www.garthslive.com, Garth's Eclectic Gallery 2097 London Rd Ste F, Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers
01/21/17, LEBANON, SAT 10 AM, winter automobile, motorcycle, automobilia, advertising, Lebanon Valley Expo 80 Rocherty Rd, Cabin Fever Auctions
01/24/17, DALLAS, TUES 5 PM, Mid-Century, antiques, collectibles, jewelry; Check out online only auction starting 1/25 of antique fireman's and related medals & badges, Travers Auction Barn 56 Dorchester Dr, Traver's Auctions
01/19/17, QUARRYVILLE, THURS 2 PM, Antiques, furniture, box lots, coins, jewelry etc., 3164 White Oak Rd, PA Auction Center 01/21/17, EPHRATA, SAT 9 AM, Antiques, collectibles, primitives, toys, dolls, household goods, tools, Horst Auction Center 50 Durlach Rd, Horst Auctioneers 01/21/17, HARRISBURG, SAT 10 AM, Antiques, collectibles, art, house, & home; vehicles 11 am; furniture noon, 1500 Paxton St, Cordier Auctions & Appraisals
01/21/17, STATE COLLEGE, SAT 10 AM, Large Collection of trains, plains, cars, Best Western 115 Premiere Dr, True Blue Auctions
01/25/17, QUAKERTOWN, WED NOON, Mega Toy Auction, 18 S 5th St Su 200, Sellersville Auction LLC 01/26/17, HATFIELD, THURS 9 AM, Estate Auction to include antiques, furnishings, collectibles, china & glassware, pottery, sterling silver, jewelry, artwork; autos to be sold at 9 am, 501 Fairgrounds Rd, Alderfer's Auctioneers & Appraisers
01/27/17, MOUNT JOY, FRI 8 AM, Guns, cast iron/Grey Iron Mount Joy, PA., antiques, glassware, collectibles, woodware, Longenberger baskets, china, Snow Babies, Fiesta Ware, prints, posters, furniture etc., The Gathering Place 6 Pine St, Witman Auctioneers, Inc. 01/28/17, ANDREAS, SAT 9 AM, 1975 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow, 1998 mint Mitsubishi Eclipse (show quality), 2000 Belmong 7000 GVW trailer, 2003 Trail Blazer 4X4, early standard scale, early pre war reading Co. bike w/wooden wheels, early childrens toys and trains, many primitives, antiques, rare finds etc., Andreas Station House 42 Andreas Rd, Dean R. Arner 01/28/17, BANGOR, SAT 10 AM, Outstanding folk/outsider art sale with antiques, toys, primitives, smalls, advertising, furniture etc., 521 Richmond Rd, Hartzell's Auction Gallery, Inc. Continued on page 9
LARGE COLLECTION OF TRAINS, PLANES & CARS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21 AT 10:00 A.M.
01/26/17, EDISON, THURS 10 AM, History of Sound items including 19th c. 15" disc player with discs, Edison cylinder player, selection of Victor RCA table-top phonograph etc., stamp collection, coins, currency, action figures, Lionel collection, toys etc., New Jersey Conv & Expo Ctr 97 Sunfield Ave, Bodnars Auction Sales
Best Western • 115 Premiere Drive
NEW YORK 01/21/17, ALLEGANY, SAT 10:01 AM, Country store, primitives, advertising, decorated stoneware, farm primitives, clocks, cast iron, gasoline/oil petroleum, pottery, toys, pedal cars, Victorian, countryprimitive furniture, gold coins, estate jewelry etc., Auction & Event Ctr Exit 24 ramp off I-86, Daniel A. Carter OHIO
STATE COLLEGE, PA
16801 * Some availability left at hotel for collectors wanting to travel day prior to Auction - Phone: (814) 234-8393 for reservations or go online to book at www.bestwestern.com. Join us for this auction event of a very large collection of model trains, planes and cars, many new in box. Rare do you ﬁnd a collection this clean and well preserved. This is an Estate of a lifelong hobbyist that provides a great opportunity for any curator or collector. Unable to attend and bid in person? No problem! We will stream this auction and oﬀer LIVE online bidding. Can’t be at your computer? No problem! Download our APP for you smart phone and view and bid LIVE from your phone. Catalog Online With Details At
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01/28/17, WILLOUGHBY, SAT 10 AM, Premier Guns & Military sale including original D-Day LCT Landing Craft flag, 3860 Ben Hur Ave, Milestone Auctions Gallery
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PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 2017 AT 9:00 A.M. Klecknersville Rangers Volunteer Fire Company Banquet Hall, 2718 Mountain View Drive,
BATH, NORTHAMPTON CO., PA 18014 10th Annual Susquehanna Flats
Vintage Hunting and Fishing Collectibles Show Approx. 100 Tables
Saturday, January 28, 2017 Admission $6.00
Level Volunteer Fire Hall 3633 Level Village Road Havre de Grace, Maryland 21078
FEATURING Decoys Fishing Lures Guns Ammunition Rods and Reels
Shot Shell Boxes Sporting Art Oyster Cans Gun Powder Tins Hunting Licenses Fishing Licenses
Food and Drinks Available Proceeds to Benefit Level Fire Co. & Havre de Grace Decoy Museum For More Information, Contact Pat Vincenti 410-734-6238
Chuck Usilton 410-378-3528 S958900
Furniture: Antique: Hepp. 3 dwr. chest, Hepp. stand, cherry 2 pc. corner cupboard, cherry gateleg d.l. table, late Sheraton d.l. table, country Sheraton worktable, folk art cab. top w/multiple dwrs., Vict. child’s rocker; Stylized & Other: Vict. parlor chairs, Empire carved sofa, mahog. bachelor’s chest, high top table & 3 stools, 6 pcs. wicker furn, etc.; Clocks: Antique Seth Thomas shelf, Waltham Beehive, newer Seth Thomas bracket, G.E. Grandmother; (3) antique Chinese room size Carpets. Accessories & Country Collectibles: Roseville vase 464-6, (5) lady’s head vases, Parrish type print, Leicha camera w/case, box cameras, green water set w/antelope dec., cloisonné vase, Fostoria pcs., Emmet Kelly porc. clown fig. collection, plated silver flatware & hollowware; Advertising: Neuweiler ashtrays, pair/Neuweiler chalk placques, seltzer bottle - Bethlehem, PA, Necco candy jar, L.F. Irons Milk framed calendar; red Dietz mill lantern, DL&W railroad lantern, miner’s lamp, unusual cranberry scoop, apple peeler, agate pcs., butterprints, Griswold “0” pan, Pioneer AFD fire hat; older patchwork quilts; more; Approx. 75+ Hummel Figurines (some w/stands) - list available. Trains & Toys: Trains: Engine #225E, tender #2235, caboose #2657, (2) gondolas #2652, transformer type Z 250 watts, #60 rapid transit trolley; American Flyer: Engine #545, cars #490 & #492, caboose #484, search light car #88, log car #482; misc. track, switches, Lionel transformer; Toys: Battery operated train, View Master, xylophone, selection/small metal figs., c. iron bus, Putz fence, GI Joe foot locker w/doll & cloths, Fire Chief pedal car; etc. Cub Cadet Z Force S Riding Lawn Mower: Professional grade w/22 h.p. Kohler gas. Eng., All-Wheel steering, 48” mower deck, approx. 58.1 hrs.; other lawn & power equip/tools. Terms: 13% Buyer’s Prem. * CC Accptd. * 3% Disc. w/Cash or Apprd. Check * Multiple Auctioneer’s Selling * Always A Full Auction View www.auctionzip.com; auctioneer #1888.
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Auctions every other Friday & Saturday Starting 9 A.M. Preview 8 A.M. Selling Large Amount of Antiques, Collectibles & Household Goods From Local Homes & Estates Office: 610-274-8525 Jim Hill: 484-576-6368 For Sale Schedule & Highlights Visit:
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Antiques - Residential Contents Auctions Every Friday - 4 P.M. In Our Gallery 1005 Industrial Blvd. Southampton, PA 18966 (215) 322-6182 www.stephensonsauction.com
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ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, PRIMITIVES, TOYS, DOLLS, HOUSEHOLD GOODS & TOOLS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 2017 AT 9:00 A.M. * The Following Is Just A Very General List Of Items To Be Sold. Photos Representing The Entire Auction Will Be Posted On Our Website www.horstauction.com On Friday, January 20.
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WINTER AUTOMOBILE, MOTORCYCLE, AUTOMOBILIA & ADVERTISING AUCTION
Antiques Extravaganza Auction Saturday, January 21, 2017
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21ST AT 10 A.M.
(10:01 A.M.) DANIEL A. CARTER INC.
DOORS OPEN AT 8 A.M. â€˘ PREVIEW ON FRIDAY 8 A.M.-7 P.M. LEBANON VALLEY EXPO CENTER, 80 Rocherty Rd.,
Auction and Event Center
17042 MOTORCYCLES & AUTOMOBILES: 1970 CHALLENGER RT: 426 Hemi, AT, 410 Dana Rears, VIN #JS23ROB, Rotisserie Restoration, This Car To Be Offered With Reserve. 1946 INDIAN CHIEF: Fully Restored, Offered With Reserve. 2008 HARLEY-DAVIDSON CROSS BONES MOTORCYCLE: 1400 Original Miles, To Be Sold Absolute. 2002 HARLEY-DAVIDSON FAT BOY: 16,000 Original Miles, To Be Sold Absolute. 2004 HONDA TRIKE: To Be Sold Absolute. 1975 BMW 750: To Be Sold Absolute. 1903 REPLICA CURVED DASH OLDSMOBILE: To Be Sold Absolute. G1940 CHEVROLET STREET ROD. GAS PUMPS. ADVERTISING SIGNS. LOADS OF MOTORCYCLE LITERATURE POSTERS. OIL CANS & OIL BOTTLES. TOOLS & MACHINERY TOYS. CAST IRON. LICENSE PLATES Still Accepting Consignments. Call To Discuss Your Merchandise. This Event Will All Take Place Indoors And Will Be A Huge Auction. We Are Also Offering Flea Market Vending Space At Very Reasonable Rates Preferably To Be Automobile, Motorcycle Or Tool Related But Not Limited To. Flea Market Space Prices: Admission & Parking Are FREE To This Event. Absentee & Phone Bids Accepted. Check www.auctionzip.com ID #5793 For More Info & Photos. Hope To See You There! Always Accepting Quality Consignments: One Item Or Entire Estate FULL SERVICE AUCTION CO. Reasonable Commissions. REFRESHMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE. Terms Of Sale: Cash, Approved Check, Visa, MC or Discover; 13% Buyerâ€™s Premium, 3% Discount for Cash or Check. Plus 6% Sales Tax.
(on Exit 24 ramp off of busy Interstate 86)
Coined as one of W.N.Y.â€™s favorite antique auctions of the year! Country Store - Primitives - Advertising - Decorated Stoneware Farm Primitives - Clocks - Cast Iron - Gasoline/Oil Petroleum Pottery - Toys - Pedal Cars - Victorian - Country - Primitive Furniture - Arts & Crafts Stickley Furniture - Gold Coins - Estate Jewelry - Oriental Carpets - Signed Artwork/Paintings Collections and The Unusual as always. ******* Approx. 900 Quality Lots To Be Sold ******
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Friday, January 20th - (9:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.): The Antiques Road Show Appraisal and Purchasing Day - Free Appraisals - Free Cash offers for your Valuables - Coins/ Collections - Gold Coins - Estate Jewelry - Diamonds - Watches Sterling Silver - Guns - Swords - Signs - Advertising - Farm Primitives - Native American Primitives - Toys - Musical.
A Lifetime Of Experience! TED MAURER: Auctioneer BOB HOMAN: Auctioneer GARY SCHOENLY: General Manager JARED SCHOENLY: Proprietor Service Beyond Our Years! Call Gary at 800-789-5068 or 610-587-8139 Auction Co. #AY002122
AUCTIONS & APPRAISALS, INC. www.carterauctions.com
Sale To Be Held At The Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., 17522 (The Corner Of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd., Approx. 21â „2 Miles West Of Ephrata) ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES - Clocks, Antique Cameras & Typewriter, Sterling & Silver-Plated, Cast Iron, Tinware, Woodenware, Hummel Figurines & Plates, Christmas Ornaments & Decorations, LongabergerÂŽ Baskets, Pottery & Access.; PRIMITIVES; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; LINENS & TEXTILES; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; BOOKS & PAPER; STAMPS & FIRST DAY COVERS; SPORTS CARDS & MEMORABILIA; ARTWORK; PEDAL CARS & TRACTORS; TOYS - Tonka Trucks & Toys, John Deere Farm Toys, Winross & Hess Trucks, Fisher-Price Toys, Metal & Plastic Lunch Boxes & Thermos; MODEL TRAINS & ACCESS. - American Flyer Trains & Access., Lionel Trains & Access.; DOLLS & STUFFED ANIMALS; HOUSEHOLD GOODS; TOOLS; ANTIQUE HAND TOOLS; BOX LOTS & MUCH MORE! Accepted Payments: Cash or PA Check. Visa, MasterCard & Debit Card with 3% Fee. No Out-OfState Checks Without Prior Approval.
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Auction Calendar Advertise Your Business in the Continued from page 8 01/28/17, BATH, SAT 9 AM, Antiques & Auction News Furniture, clocks, carpets, accessoreis, country collectibles, advertising, Hummel figurines, trains, toys, Auctioneer Directory Cub Cadet Z Force S riding lawn mower etc., Klecknersville Rangers Vol Fire Co Banquet Hall 2718 Phone Us Today Mountain View Dr, Robert H. Clinton & Company, Inc. For Details! 01/28/17, SPRING CITY, SAT 8:30 AM, Antiques to include country furniture, glassware, crocks, 1(800) 800-1833 tools, linens, Byers, coins, toys, trains, slot machine, 1986 Dodge Ram pick-up V-8 etc., 20 Bonnie Ext. 2541 Brae Rd, Ron Rhoads
Preview Times - Friday, January 20 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Saturday, January 21 from 7:00 A.M.
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Americana And Political Auction Results Soar Buttons, Banners, And A Cigar Store Indian All Excel Frenzied bidding drove the return on an early hand-carved American tobacconist cigar store Indian to $150,000 to claim top-lot honors in Heritage Auctions’ Americana and Political Auction on Dec. 3 in Dallas, Texas. The sale realized a combined $1,783,252. Created in the manner of cigar store Indians carved by Julius This American tobacconist cigar store Indian sold for $150,000.
Melchers, and perhaps by Melchers himself, the 67-1/5inch statue was depicted wearing a bear claw necklace and medallion with a pelt over his right shoulder. “A selling price in the mid-five figures range was expected,” said Heritage Americana Auctions director Tom Slater, but furious bidding drove the price to $150,000. “This was a very strong auction,” observed Slater. “We have found that auction items of the best quality - regardless of category - have tended to exceed expectations, and this auction certainly continues that trend.”
A red, white and blue presidential campaign banHorace Greeley 1872 ner with albumen photo and gold-leaf trim sold for $40,000. The founder and editor of the New York Tribune, among the most well-known newspapers of that era,
Greeley also served as a senator from New York before running in a race for the presidency that ultimately was won by Ulysses S. Grant. The banner hangs from a wood dowel at the top and is displayed in a shadow box frame. “This is one of the very best 19th-century political banners,” said Slater. “It has appeared three times in
auctions over the last 15 years, selling for an average of a little over $20,000 each time and never breaking the $25,000 barrier before now.” Among the most popular items were from a collection of coveted presidential memorabilia. Leading the way was a silver cigarette box by Tiffany from the Oval Office Continued on page 12
SEEKING VINTAGE SPORTS CARDS AND MEMORABILIA A red, white and blue Horace Greeley 1872 presidential campaign banner with albumen photo and gold-leaf trim realized $40,000.
As the World’s Largest Collectibles Auctioneer, Heritage Auctions can provide the highest possible financial return for your vintage trading cards and sports collectibles. Cash advances and outright purchase offers are always available for quality material, and we are happy to provide free appraisals. And Heritage has never been late with a single consignment settlement check in our 40+ years in operation.
That’s a guarantee you can take to the bank.
Vehicles - Antiques - Furniture - Collectibles SATURDAY, JANUARY 21 AT 10 A.M.
Preview Friday, January 20 from 12 Noon-4 P.M. Saturday 9 A.M. through Auction
1500 Paxton Street, HARRISBURG, PA 17104
• Pre-1980 trading cards
VEHICLES (11 A.M.): 1999 Lincoln Continental: Intech V8, Inspected thru August 2016. 91,952 Miles. VIN #1LNHM97V5XY704439. 2000 Dodge Stratus SE: Insp. thru June 2017, 96,742 Miles. VIN#1B3EJ46X4YN249691. FURNITURE (12 NOON): Fine furnishings and Antiques. Bookcases; Dining Sets; Contemporary Living Room Furnishings; Sofas; La-Z-Boy; Henredon: Bedroom Set; Chinese Themed Dining Suite; Iron Kitchen Set; Patio Furnishings; Lighting: Asian Ceramic and Elephant Table Lamps, Floor Lamps; Rugs: Room and Area, Shaw Modernist. ART: Prints and Paintings; Modernist and Antique; Contemporary; 2 Collages Signed Rabine. COLLECTIBLES: Marx Toy Train; Annie Doll; 60’s Disney Figures; Depression Glass; Dome and Pansy; Wedgwood; Walking Sticks; Royal Doulton Pitchers; Ephemera; African Mask; Accordion: Noble-Deluxe Grand. HOUSE & HOME: Oneida Stainless Flatware; Silver Plate: Hollowware, Bottle Coasters; Flat-Screen TV; Shredder; Estate Alcohol: Four Cases of Kentucky Gentleman Bourbon, Cutty Sark, and More! Selling for the Estates of Chester Pentlicki, Gettysburg, and Elayne Leibenson, Harrisburg, with additions. Severe Weather Date: Sunday, January 22
• Vintage autographs • Early tickets and programs • Advertising and display pieces • Game used uniforms and equipment • Championship rings, trophies and awards • Vintage photographs and more
Call 877-HERITAGE (437-4824) or email Sports@HA.com to discuss opportunities
www.CordierAuction.com 10% Buyer’s Premium. Terms: Cash, PA checks. Out-of-state checks w/ prior approval. All major credit cards accepted. Food concession. Located off of Interstate 83 between 13th Street and 17th Street exits, Harrisburg, PA!
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MID-CENTURY - ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES ESTATE AUCTION
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MONTHLY ESTATES AUCTION
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22ND
DALLAS, PA 18612 TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2017 56 Dorchester Dr.,
AUCTION BEGINS AT 10 A.M. Preview Begins At 8:00 A.M. Stoneware, Trains, Models, Marx HO Train Set, Diecast Metal Collectibles, Furniture, Lamps, Tools 1860 Weavertown Rd.
Inspecon: 3:30 P.M.
DOUGLASSVILLE, PA 19518 (In The Merritt’s Antique Clock Complex) Absentee & Phone Bids Accepted.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!!
A Lifetime Of Experience! TED MAURER: Auctioneer BOB HOMAN: Auctioneer GARY SCHOENLY: General Manager JARED SCHOENLY: Proprietor Service Beyond Our Years!
WE’LL BE SELLING ITEMS FROM NUMEROUS NEPA ESTATES - NO RESERVES - NO MINIMUMS - NO BUYBACKS!!! MID-CENTURY/MID MODERN - metal pao table w/glass top ribbon paern aributed to Salterini - Herman Miller cabinets - lucite rolling stool - pecan lady’s desk - Vista of California chests of drawers - other mid modern chests - Eames style chair w/ooman - mid modern armoire, dresser & nightstands - marble top end tables - Mason Art of New York chairs - plus more! QUALITY FURNISHINGS - Henkel Harris black cherry drop side server - Henkel Harris small server - wicker furnishings - fabulous, unique grapevine coﬀee table w/glass top - more! ANTIQUES - Gov. Winthrop drop front desk in mahogany - Mahogany buﬀet on Q.A. legs - mahogany buﬀet w/top drawer desk secon - mahogany vanity - Duncan Phyfe early extension table + Chippendale chairs - plus more! COLLECTIBLES - Asian garden seats (possibly Seito) and jardiniere, Champleve vase + other Asian anques & collecbles - vintage electronics incl. Marantz and others lamps & lighng incl. elegant glass era lamps w/glass prisms - artwork incl. original painngs from a NYC estate (very sixesish!!!) - sterling silver - c. 1900 porcelain clock - Hummel ﬁgurines - mid century accessories - lamps & lighng - glassware, porcelain, china etc. - much, much more!!! JEWELRY - always a nice selecon of gold & sterling! BE SURE TO CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE ONLY AUCTION STARTING JANUARY 25TH - NEARLY 100 ANTIQUE FIREMAN’S AND RELATED MEDALS & BADGES!!! Please check www.auconzip.com ID #2280 for photos and details. Telephone: 570-674-2631 (TAKES 8 RINGS UNTIL VOICEMAIL) TERMS - Cash, Visa, MasterCard & Discover 10% BUYER’S PREMIUM - EVEN IF PAYING WITH A CREDIT CARD! STATEMENTS MADE DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENT OVER PREVIOUS PUBLISHED INFORMATION. AUCTIONEERS: Steve Traver AU003367L • Bernie Girman Jr. AU005786L
Check www.auctionzip.com ID #5793 For More Info & Photos. Hope To See You There! Always Accepting Quality Consignments: One Item Or Entire Estate FULL SERVICE AUCTION CO. Reasonable Commissions. REFRESHMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE. Terms Of Sale: Cash, Approved Check, Visa, MC or Discover; 13% Buyer’s Premium, 3% Discount for Cash or Check Plus 6% Sales Tax.
Call Gary at 800-789-5068 or 610-587-8139 Auction Co. #AY002122
Start Time: 5:00 P.M.
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4 Upcoming Estate Auctions w/Online Bidding! Very Important Single Estate Auction Event Selling for the Estate of Elmer F. Hastings Founder of Hastings Hatchery Parsonsburg, MD! TH
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20 , 2017 at 4:37 P.M. Allen & Marshall Auction Facility - 8000 Esham Rd., Parsonsburg, MD 21849 ALL ITEMS SOLD ABSOLUTE WITH NO MINIMUM AND NO RESERVE!
ORIGINAL HASTINGS HATCHERY LIGHTED ADVERTISING SIGN, HATCHERY EPHEMERA, PRIMITIVES, ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & MORE! Auctioneer’s Note: Elmer F. Hastings founded Hastings Hatchery in 1917 and by the mid 1950’s the hatchery had grown to be one of the largest hatcheries in the country with locations in Maryland, Georgia and Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Hastings were avid collectors of ﬁne antiques and purchased only the most genuine items while travelling on business throughout the United States and other countries abroad. Over the period of their lifetime Mr. and Mrs. Hastings amassed a collection rivaling any other in the area. From ﬁne porcelains and bronzes to artwork, period furniture and Persian carpets, simply put, if they liked something they bought it, no matter what the price. This is part one of a two-part auction sale. Never has a collection of this magnitude and historical importance been offered here locally on the Eastern Shore. Allen & Marshall Auctions is pleased to offer this exquisite private collection at a once in a lifetime completely cataloged public auction and cordially invite you to join us for an unforgettable auction event! Directions: Our Auction Facility is located in Parsonsburg on the Eastern Shore of Maryland Approx. 100 Miles north of Norfolk, VA, 55 Miles South of Dover, DE, 100 East of Washington, DC and 18 miles West of Ocean City, MD. At the intersection of Rt. 50 and the Rt. 13 Bypass merge onto Rt. 50 East towards Ocean City and follow for 3.9 miles to the intersection of Rt. 50 & Forest Grove Rd. Turn North (left) onto Forest Grove Rd. and follow for 0.5 miles to Old Ocean City Rd. Right onto Old O. C. Rd. and follow for 1.2 miles to Esham Rd. Left onto Esham Rd. and follow for 1.2 miles to burgundy/tan building on left. Signs Posted. LIVE ONLINE WEBCAST BIDDING: Will be available via the Allen & Marshall Auctioneers Website/ HiBid.com. You can leave Prebids or participate live in the Auction via our webcast bidding platform. Full catalog available online at www.amauctions.com. Hastings Hatchery Sign: Original Hastings Hatchery neon lighted ﬁgural arrow advertising/pointer sign from the Parsonsburg, MD factory on old Route 50. This sign is a historically important piece of the Delmarva Chicken Industry. It was seen by all travelers on Rt. 50 from the early years of the hatchery. When the Hatchery closed it was taken down and stored in the loft of the warehouse until its unveiling this year. This is the original and the one and only. Excellent condition. Hastings Hatchery Ephemera and Local Advertising: Original Hastings Hatchery, Parsonsburg, MD Mahogany and gold trim exterior hanging ofﬁce sign, Hastings Hatchery Baby Chicks Ordered, Warnie F. Murray Selbyville, DE phone# 2295 advertising thermometer, Maryland Poultry Advertising 1937 Hastings Hatchery Best Chick Entry Commercial Class winning trophy, Maryland State Hatchery Association 1938 Best Entry By A Member Hastings Hatchery Trophy cup, “AT ANY TIME” Hastings Hatchery wooden signs, Hastings Hatchery Figural grandfather clock thermometer Phone #4144 Parsonsburg, MD advertising thermometer, Maryland Poultry Products 1948 trophy cup, Hastings Hatchery letterheads and ephemera, very unique Remington Derringer cap gun belt buckle by Mattel (in working condition), William L. Hall Funeral Director, Dover, DE phone 162 Dover, DE, C.D. Holzmueller Milford, DE phone #5215 advertising ashtray, Al Nero and Co. Laurel, DE Phone #3711 yardstick, The Acme Store 1919 calendar plate, Vintage Salisbury Auto Spring Works dresser calendar with Rolodex and more!
Primitives/Stoneware: Western Electric Vintage Oak wall mount telephone, primitive 12 mold tin candle mold, Blue and Gray stoneware decorated 1½ gallon crock, #6 brass sleigh bell set, cast-iron top hand crank ﬁnger jointed coffee mill with single drawer, several primitive brass spring balance scales, primitive kitchen implements, local cookbooks, vintage carriage lantern, large bulbous wicker cased amber demijohn, stoneware “Tobacco Spit” handled pitcher, salt glaze decorated milk pitcher, split Oak handled basket, primitive cow bell, mince meat bucket, R.W. Richmond, VA primitive wooden 2 gallon hand crank butter churn, several stoneware banded mixing bowls, castiron cornbread mold, 6 gallon shamrock pickle crock, Cream City utility can, primitive milk can, stoneware handled crock, primitive ﬁnger jointed document box, cast-iron Amish ﬁgures, cast-iron cat door stopper, bracket lamp, cast-iron match safe, large towleware painted tray, Lg. Qty. of antique books, hand-sewn quilts and more! Collectibles/Glassware/China: Victorian hand painted prismed astral lamp, Pair of Victorian spelter statuettes, Victorian six piece hand painted Pewter and ironstone tea set, Victorian silver decorated dresser box with ﬁtted interior, 30” white pot metal Victorian statuette, very unique ﬁgural “Rocket Bank” mechanical bank, Roseville Pottery planter, cast-iron toy cannon, Victorian handblown hand painted cruet, green Depression pattern glass covered biscuit jar, Lg. Qty. of marbles, Smith Miller toy truck, Weller pottery vase, vintage John Deere diecast tractor, Ford tractor model w/ front loader attachment, turk’s head mold, set of Gladstone English ironstone gold rimmed china, large Qty. of Japanese blue decorated china, French Haviland oyster plate, approximately 30 pcs. of Prussian Holly Leaf decorated china set, French hand painted hatpin holder, Large Qty. of Reticulated milk glass, Lg. Qty. of English ironstone decorated china, Approximately 100 +/- pcs. of French Haviland Limoges ﬂoral china, several German bird ﬁgurines, Victorian tea caddy, Large Qty. of Victorian plated silver, Lg. Qty. of French T&V china, several transferware platters, several milk glass hen on nests and more! Terms Personal Property: Cash Or Approved Check Day of sale. Visa/MC/Amex/Discover. 13% Buyer’s Premium. 3% Discount for cash or check. Everything Sold “As Is” with no warranties of any kind. Auction conducted onsite. Two Auctioneers. Some seating provided. Food served by Johnny’s Sub Shop of Salisbury, MD.
11th Annual Firearm & Men’s Night Out 2 Day Auction Selling from several Local Eastern Shore Estates & Consigners!
8000 Esham Road, Parsonsburg,
Auction Conducted at the Allen & Marshall Facility!
THURSDAY, FEB. 2ND at 5 P.M. & FRIDAY, FEB. 3RD at 5 P.M. SELECTION OF 350+ ANTIQUE & MODERN RIFLES, SHOTGUNS, HANDGUNS, SHOOTING ACCESSORIES, AMMUNITION & MORE! SPECIAL ADDITIONS: 1953 RESTORED WILLY’S JEEP, 1960’S VINTAGE US ARMY MULE 6X6, 1953 RADIOMAN’S TRAILER, 2003 WELLS CARGO ENCLOSED TRAILER, TWO KAWASAKI 250 BAYOU ATVS & A MAX 6 WHEEL DRIVE ATV. NICE SELECTION OF HUNTING/SHOOTING ACCESSORIES INCLUDING AMMO, 100+ KNIVES, SWORDS, BAYONETS, RELOADING ITEMS & MUCH MORE! LAST YEAR’S AUCTION YIELDED BIDDERS FROM ALL 50 & DIFFERENT STATES AND 13 COUNTRIES. LIVE ONLINE WEBCAST BIDDING AVAILABLE AT WWW.AMAUCTIONS.COM VIA PROXIBID.COM
Enormous Estate Coin Auction Parsonsburg, MD Selling from the Estate of Gerald & Carolyn Dawson of Mardela Springs, MD!
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24th at 4 P.M. 8000 Esham Road, Parsonsburg, MD 21849 INCREDIBLE SELECTION OF 320+ MORGAN & 163 PEACE SILVER DOLLARS, 180 AMERICAN EAGLE $1 BULLION COINS. 675 BARBER, 715 WALKING LIBERTY & 400 FRANKLIN SILVER HALF DOLLARS. DRAPED BUST HERALDIC EAGLE REVERSE & TRADE DOLLARS, LG. CENTS - WHEAT CENTS, 3 CENT PIECES. 1,000S OF NICKELS, DIMES & QUARTERS. QTY. OF PROOF & MINT SETS, COMMEMORATIVE SETS, LG. FORMAT US NOTES & MUCH MORE! LIVE ONLINE WEBCAST BIDDING AVAILABLE AT WWW.AMAUCTIONS.COM VIA PROXIBID.COM
Very Important Early Americana Single Estate Auction Event Selling for the Estate of Elmer F. Hastings Founder of Hastings Hatchery, Parsonsburg, MD!
FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 2017 at 4:37 P.M. Allen & Marshall Auction Facility - 8000 Esham Rd., Parsonsburg, MD 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY FURNITURE AND ARTWORK, STERLING SILVER, PORCELAINS, BRONZES, ART GLASS, PRIMITIVES, PERSIAN RUGS & MORE! ITEMS BY MAKERS INCLUDING: TIFFANY & CO., GALLE, STEUBEN, MEISSEN, LOETZ & OTHERS. LIVE ONLINE WEBCAST BIDDING AVAILABLE AT WWW.AMAUCTIONS.COM VIA PROXIBID.COM View Website for More Info., Online Bidding, Terms, Catalogs & Pictures!
Auctioneer - Dave Allen 410-835-0384 or 302-545-1903 www.AMauctions.com
Antique Furniture: Depression era Mahogany 6 pc. serpentine front ball in claw foot bedroom suite, late 19th Cent. Ithaca Mahogany Grandfather clock, Empire Mahogany and Burl two drawer over three drawer chest of drawers w/turned columns, (2) Empire Walnut and Burl ﬁve drawer chest of drawers, elaborate carved Victorian Walnut mirrored hall tree, Empire pedestaled foyer table, Oak three door icebox with original porcelain lined interior and shelves, Oak single door bowfront china cabinet, Eastern Shore of MD Pine blanket chest with glove box, several antique carved Oak pcs. by Oak two drawer over two door serpentine front washstand with towel bar, Oak four drawer chest, Empire half round carved side chair, Emerald Marble 36” plant pedestal, Victorian upholstered medallion back settee, horse hane mirror, Round Oak dining table and “T” back chairs, Victorian tufted French provincial style carved parlor chair, Victorian carved open arm gentleman’s tufted parlor chair, French provincial medallion back side chair, Walnut four tier corner étagère, several Victorian needlepoint footstools, several open arm tufted parlor chairs, Victorian brass bulbous font andirons, Empire Walnut and Burl upholstered sofa, mid 19th Cent. single drawer worktable, Victorian needlepoint organ stool, Victorian gooseneck rocker, Victorian brass ﬁre fender, several mid 19th cent. brass andirons, upholstered Victorian rocker, Chinese blue ﬂoral woven area rug, cedar trunk, (2) ﬁve tier bookcases, Depression era Mahogany spool bed, Poplar single drawer over two door washstand, antique Oak treadle base sewing machine, Victorian Poplar three drawer cottage style washstand, Pembroke style single drawer end table with inlay, set of nesting tables, Victorian cane seat and back lady’s rocker, Victorian shield back side chair, several splint seat side chairs, (2) Walnut Captain’s chairs, several cane seat & back side chairs, several wool pile area rugs, Estey Organ Co., Brattleboro, VT Walnut elaborately carved pump organ & more!
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two cedar-lined interior compartments, came with a notaContinued from page 10 rized statement on White during the John F. Kennedy House stationery from the presidency. The box, which has previous owner, and was
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PREVIEW FROM 7:30 A.M. TO 8:30 A.M. SNOW DATE: JANUARY 29TH AT 8:30 A.M.
ANDREAS, PA 18211
20 Bonnie Brae Road,
1975 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, 1998 Mint Mitsubishi Eclipse w/2,100 Original Miles, Show Quality! 2000 Belmont 7000 GVW Trailer, 2003 Tailblazer 4x4 Great Running Condition, Kantana Sport Bike, Suzuki FA50 Motor Bike, Early Standard Scale, Early Prewar Reading Co. Bike w/Wooden Wheels, Early Fire Chief Pedal Car, Early Children’s Toys And Trains, Vintage Coca-Cola Cooler, Vintage Gaming Wheel, Advertising Tins, Cans And Boxes, Cast-Iron Items, Many Primitives, Antiques, Rare Finds And Much More! Check Full Listing & Photos At www.auctionzip.com ID# 21038.
SPRING CITY, PA
Directions: Route 724 to Bonnie Brae Road, follow signs.
COUNTRY FURNITURE, GLASSWARE, CROCKS, HOUSE FULL OF TOOLS, LINENS, BOXES OF GLASSWARE FROM HAROLD DRAYER ESTATE, LOCAL ESTATES, BYERS, 1986 DODGE TRUCK PICKUP, COINS, TOYS, TRAINS, SLOT MACHINE.
PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 2017 8:00 A.M. (INSPECTION AUCTION DAY ONLY 7:00 A.M.) LOCATION: The Gathering Place
MOUNT JOY, PA 17552
• GUNS • CAST IRON/GREY IRON, MOUNT JOY, PA • ANTIQUES • GLASSWARE • COLLECTIBLES • WOODENWARE • LONGABERGER® BASKETS • CHINA • SNOWBABIES • VINTAGE FIESTAWARE (APPROX. 300 PCS.) • REDWARE - COLLECTION OF BREININGER & NOLDE FOREST POTTERY • BREWERIANA/ADVERTISING • TOYS JOHN DEERE & HUBLEY • APPROX. 200 PRINTS & POSTERS • FURNITURE • EQUIPMENT
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Ron Rhoads AU002045L Eileen Rhoads AU003750L
ANTIQUES: Furniture, Mahogany Desk, Fancy Carved Mahogany Table, Stands, Desk, Chairs, Jelly Cupboards, Two Piece Country Desk, Walnut Schoolmaster’s Desk, English Washstands, Cherry One Drawer Stands, Country Stands, Country Chairs, Windsor Chairs, Drop Leaf Tables, Child’s Bentwood Rocker, Oak Pieces, Oak Mission style Desk, Governor Winthrop Desk, Wicker Sofa, Sofa Tables, Metal and Wood Coffee Table, Mahogany End Tables, Metal Glass Table and Chairs Set, Trunks, Wood Boxes, Painted Pieces, Nesting Tables, Pair of Cement Lions, Lamps, Wine Press, Copper Boilers, Navy Rolling Pin, Crocks, Jugs, Wood Boxes, Coverlet, Quilts, Fireplace Tools, Golf Clubs, Slot Machine, Tonka Trucks, Trains, Matchboxes, Bikes, Guitar, Trombone, Knives, Daggers, Brass Fire Extinguisher, Brass Mission Style Hanging Lamp, Bowling Pins. GLASSWARE: Carnival 20 Pc. Glass, Grape Pattern Pitcher and Glasses, Peacock Northwood, Depression Green and Pink, Salt and Pepper Shakers, Lenox, Oil Lamps, Vaseline, Nippon Plates, Pitchers, McCoy Planters, Candlesticks, Hobnail, Milk glass, Fostoria Clear and Pink, Old Bottles, Red Glass, Vases, Custard Glass Vase, Coin Glass, Ruby Glass, Jewel T, Cobalt Depression, Hull, Cranberry, Hummels, Royal Doulton, Luster, Iris and Herringbone, Weller, Roseville, Cut Glass, Press Glass, Waterford, Pottery, Molds. COINS: Silver Dollars, Halves, Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, Pennies, Proof Sets, Mint Sets, Walking Liberties, Ben Halves, Sets of Quarters, Dimes, California Gold, Flying Eagle, Barbers Halves, Tokens, Metals, Bullions Coins, Foreign. AUTO: 1986 Dodge Ram Pickup V-8, 360, Dual, Auto, 133,000 Miles. TOOLS: Snap-On, Craftsman, Matco, Tool Cabinets, Snap-On, Craftsman, MAC, Sockets, Drivers, Screwdrivers, Wrenches, Hammers, Sledges, Come-A-Long, Chains, Chainsaws, Weed Eaters, Leaf Vac, Craftsman Air Compressors, Jump Boxes, Cables, Nuts, Bolts, Screws, Box Lot of Great Tools, Organizers, Car and Truck Parts, Pulls, Automotive Tools, Electrical, Cords, Timing Light, Pliers Needle Nose, Air Tanks, Hand Tools, Workbenches, Chain Hoist, Pressure Washer, Punches, Files, Drills, Drill Bits, Pipe Wrenches, Oil Cans, Adv. Cans, Gas Cans, Campbell House Air Compressor, Levels, Digging Irons, Axes, Lights, Wash Tank. Auction’s Note: The Hall is Pack Selling Two Auctions All Day Long. LOTS MORE! 13% Buyer’s Premium, 3% Discount Cash or Check
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Auction by: Witman Auctioneers, Inc. Luke R. & Clarke N. Witman, & Doug L. Ebersole www.witmanauctioneers.com 717-665-5735 • 717-665-1300 • AY-000155-L
with a letter on White House Stationery that was sent to Captain Joseph M. Patterson in New York after FDR signed
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ANDREAS STATION HOUSE, 42 ANDREAS RD.,
Outstanding Folk/Outsider Art Sale WITH ANTIQUES, TOYS, & PRIMITIVES Selling from a Canadensis & Northern New Jersey Estate On
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH AT 10 A.M.
Preview: Thursday, January 26th 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. & Friday, January 27th from Noon-6 P.M.
Hartzell’s Auction Gallery Inc., 521 Richmond Road,
Folk/Outside Artists Include: Myrtice West, Purvis Young, Jimmy Lee Sudduth, James Rizzi, Moze Tolliver, Sterling Strauser, Jack Savitsky, Finster, Perkins, Lancaster & More. Primitives Including: Blue Decorated Stoneware, Redware, Yellowware, Baskets, Wire & Tinware, Early Blankets & Textiles, Tramp Art, Woodenware & More, Gold & Silver Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Turquoise, Indian & Mexican Jewelry. Edison Fireside Phonograph w/Horn. Glassware: Carnival Glass, Art Glass, Weller Pottery, Early Glass. Smalls: Slides, China, Porcelain, Fountain Pens, Early Hardware, Bronzes, Pipes, Cocks, Lighting, Books, Violins, Rugs & More, Advertising: 1915 January Coca-Cola Calendar & Trays, Toys, Dolls, Cast-Iron Mechanical & Still Banks, Tootsie & Arcade Toys, Typewriters, Etc., Furniture: Primitive Shop Counter, Cupboard, Cherry High Chest, (2) 2 Pc. Pine 3 Corner Cupboard, 2 Pc. Cherry Stepback, Early Blanket Chests, Country Furniture, Hanging Cupboards & More… Terms: 18% Buyer’s Premium, 3% Discount for Cash or Check, 23% Live Auctioneers.
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6 Pine Street,
by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to sign a 1940 Naval Buildup Bill, which realized $37,500. The pen was enclosed in a framed shadow box along
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antiquesandauctionnews.net removed with other personal The box beat its pre-auction belongings after Kennedy’s estimate and sold for $45,000. assassination in order to facilAnother popular item itate the transition to from the presidential memoPresident Lyndon B. Johnson. rabilia group was a pen used
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2-Day Winter Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Auction February 9th & 10th 2017 – Fairfield, Maine This sale will feature Day 1: 370+ Lots of American & European Paintings, Bronzes & Prints & 150 Lots of Asian Antiques & Art including Paintings, Scrolls, Furniture, Jade, Bronzes, Porcelain, Thangkas & Textiles. Day 2: 640+ Lots of American & European Furniture & Accessories, Nautical Art; Folk Art Portraits; Textiles; Historical & Political; Weathervanes; Tall & Banjo Clocks. Nautical Art; Folk Art portraits; 60+ Historic Flags, Important swords; Slave Tags & and an outstanding collection of American furniture; Early American Silver, Decoys including Crowell & Wilson; Mirrors; Oriental rugs & more. Full Color Print Catalog Available or view on our website www.jamesdjulia.com. Online bidding via Invaluable.com or Bidsquare.com
Below Are Some Important Highlights & Categories
Martin J. Heade Florida Pastoral
Robert Salmon 1 of Many Nautical Paintings
Bellamy Eagle Collection
Percival Rosseau Outstanding Selection of American Paintings
Important Historical incl. Luis Emilio Sword
Outstanding Collection of Elmer Crowell Carvings
170+ Lots of Asian Antiques
Outstanding Selection of Important American Furniture
Contact Bill Gage, Tony Greist or Katya Tilton | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: + 1 207 453 7125 | Fax: +1 207 453 2502 | Web: www.jamesdjulia.com Fairfield, ME | Boston, MA | Auctioneer: James D. Julia Lic#: ME: AR83/NH: 2511/MA: AU1406
BODNAR’S AUCTION SALES THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2017 4,000+ LOTS
MULTI-ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION at the New Jersey Convention & Expo Center, 97 Sunfield Ave., EDISON, NJ Preview sale day: Doors open at 8:30 A.M. Sale Begins at 10:00 A.M. This is an All-Day Event! Times Are Posted on Our Web-Site. Absentee and Phone Bids Accepted! Auctioneer’s Note: This sale will feature many estate collections packed with quality antiques and collectibles! Estate collections to include Part 4 of the Bill Kazar Estate including Stamps, Coins and Currency! An estate collection of Action figures including a huge GI Joe collection, Star War action figure and Indian Jones action figure collection, over 2,000 action figures will be offered! A Lionel Train collection will be offered as well as our normal toy section. An Impressive estate collection of quality important Radios and Technical Instruments spanning the past decade, including over 300 lots will be up for bid! Very rare tube amps and radios, Bakelite radios, wood Edison horns and early phonographs as well as rare telescopes will be offered. Over 40 estates will be crossing the block! This sale is packed! Hope to see you there! Terms, Photos, Full Detailed Listing & Time of Sale posted on our Website. Highlights to include: History of sound items including 19th Century 15-inch disc player with discs, Edison cylinder player, selection of Victor RCA tabletop phonograph, selection of external horns including the nicest wood horn I have seen in 20 years, Philco, Grundig, RCA, Macintosh, Tuska, Scott, Techniques, Definitive, Pioneer, Drake, Pile-Pro, KLH, Crosley, Zenith Art Deco tabletop radios, Bakelite tabletop radios, selection of quality 1930’s external antennas, Brunswick, shortwave radios, Music Master, Kloster, MFB, Tivoli, Motorola purple Art Deco radio, nice selection of Depression Era and Art Deco tabletop radios, Belmont, Stromberg & Carson, Heath Kit Amp, plus much more all in working order and like new condition! One of the best collections of the History of Sound we have sold! Celestron telescope Astrophysics Mach 1 GTO ( you can see the American Flag on the Moon with this one, retailed for over $7,000.00 new!), Celestron Star bright XLT telescope, tons of quality telescope accessories, 25+ lots of quality lens for high-power telescopes (thousands of dollars in retail!), Meteorites, selection of quality clocks, collection of antique and vintage Viewmasters, From the Estate of William Kazar “The Stamp Collection” This will be the last part of the Estate of William Kazar. 15+ huge tubs filled with stamps spanning the past 200 years! From rare New Brunswick, NJ postmarks from 18th century to present to a collection of Vatican stamps spanning the past 100+ years! Rare 18th Century currency, nice selection of 18th & 19th century letters and paper New Jersey Related, plus other quality paper goods! This sale will feature a single owner collection of action figures including one of the largest collections of GI Joe from the 1980’s I have ever seen! Full boat war is about to break out with GI Joe and Cobra! Over 400 pieces of GI Joe and Cobra some mint in box and on card, all having their accessories, tons of GI Joe accessories and vehicles, Great must see collection! Huge collection of Vintage and newer Star Wars action figures, rare figures and common figures. Over 400 figures for Star Wars, Vintage Star War Playsets and fighters with boxes, collection of other rare action figures and odd subject matters, Collection of Indiana Jones action figurines mint on card, huge collection of Indiana Jones Lego sets mint in box, over 50 lots of Indiana Jones toys! Nice single Owner Doll collection featuring a 16 Inch signed Jumeau French doll with closed mouth all original from 1880 pplus other quality 19th century German dolls! Plus, our normal amount of Furniture, Glassware, Collectibles, Jewelry, toys, dolls and Trains, hundreds of box lots filled with hidden treasures!
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Important Selection of Weathervanes
Paul Manship Indian Hunter & His Dog
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the bill, which was an effort to bolster the United States’ defense despite a promise not to send American troops into the European war. A massive 1840 William Henry Harrison campaign
pitcher also drew $37,500. Considered by many to be the premier ceramic political display item of the 19th century, it features four panels with portraits of the ninth American president, each of which sits below a log cabin and the words “The Ohio Farmer” and above a patriotic eagle. This lot drew dual
antiquesandauctionnews.net interest, from collectors of believed to be a record for political artifacts and enthusi- this sought-after item. asts of American-made potOne of the more curious tery. The selling price is lots in the entire auction was a lock of George Washington’s hair, which sold for $32,500, nearly twice as much as its pre-auction estimate. Held together with a blue thread, the lot came with a A bronze head bust of Woodrow detailed chain of Wilson sold for $10,000. provenance, showing that the hair had been in the possession of the families of Robert Hunter One of the more intreresting lots in the entire auction was a lock of George Morris (1700-64) and Lewis Washington’s hair, which sold for $32,500, nearly twice as much as its Morris (1726-98). pre-auction estimate.
Among the top remaining non-political items was an important circa 1863-64 photo album, which realized $35,000 – nearly doubling its pre-auction estimate. More than 60 of the images deal with Mormon leaders and Salt Lake City; the remaining 30 images are European in origin. Four bulbs and a socket used in a Thomas Edison patent infringement case brought in $30,000. The provenance of the lot traces back to the consignor’s great aunt, Anna Knudsen, who was married to John C. Rowe, a patent Continued on page 15
ECLECTIC AUCTION A massive 1840 William Henry The fine Cox & Roosevelt jugate from Harrison campaign ceramic pitcher the St. Louis Button Co. sold for $17,500. sold for $37,500.
FEBRUARY 3, at 9am
MEGA TOY AUCTION! WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25TH AT 12 NOON Preview Day of Sale 10 A.M.-12 Noon
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Featuring: Large Coin Collection, Furniture, Folk Art, Clocks, Glass, Porcelain/China, Stoneware, Art Pottery, Stoneware, Fine Art & Prints, Lamps & Lighting, Sterling & Silver Plate, Quilts, Oriental Rugs, Firearms, Jewelry, Toys, and more!
Huge Mix of Vintage & Modern Toys Incl. Trains, Dolls, Die-Cast, Action Figures, Video Games, Lego & Collectibles. Trains Incl. NOS Acces., Mixed HO & Lionel w/Parts. Slot Cars & Mixed Die-Cast NIP. Character Toys & Dolls Incl. Barbie, Shopkins, American Girl, Disney w/WDCC Figures, Betty Boop, Smurfs & Vtg. Dollhouse. Vtg. Action Figures Incl. 12” & ARAH GI Joe, Vtg. 12” Star Wars w/Figures NIP, TMNT NIP, Mego & Indiana Jones. Many Video Games Incl. Boxed Systems w/NES, Atari, PS1, Genesis & Game Cube. Sealed SNES, Atari & Genesis Games w/ Mixed Controllers NIP. Modern Toys w/Star Wars, Power Rangers MMPR, Transformers, Funko Pops! GI Joe & Super Heroes. Other Items Incl. Board Games, Non-Sports Cards w/GBK & Jumbo Pokemon, Ghostbusters Arcade Circuit Board, & Vtg. Skateboards. Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium w/3% Discount for Cash/Check.
GALLERY: 2097 London Rd., Suite F, Delaware, OH 43015 PREVIEW: JANUARY 30 through FEBRUARY 3 COMPLETE ONLINE CATALOG: www.garths.com LIVE INTERNET BIDDING: www.garthslive.com TERMS: 20% Buyer’s Premium (25% online). Absentee Bids Accepted Questions?: Call 740.362.4771 or Email in f o @g ar t h s. co m
Antiques; Furnishings including dry sink/hutch, dry sink, candle stands, trestle tables, ladder back and Windsor chairs, work tables, hanging corner cupboard, poster beds, braided rugs; Collectibles including 19c wrought iron fireplace tools and accessories; Salt glaze decorated crocks; pantry boxes; decoys; spit oak baskets; stitching horse; music box; China & Glassware including Chinese Export, Leeds, Canton Dinnerware, Armorial Export, Soft Paste Porcelain, Sepia Reticulated Fruit Bowls, Faience, Queens Ware, Chalk Ware Bust, Sponge Ware, Salt Glaze, Transferware, Copper Molds, Whieldon Ware, Pratt Ware Figures and Pitcher; Pottery including Roseville, Hull and McCoy; Sterling Silver Reed and Barton Flatware, Jewelry including 14 and GF Victorian, cameos, charm bracelet, bangles, pins; Artwork including Chinese wood block prints, scrolls, African art and carvings; quilts, coverlets; Autos to be sold at 9:00AM. 2001 BMW X5 MPV; 1999 Chrysler Town & Country Van; 1992 Land Rover Range Rover MPV.
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attorney in the firm of Eaton, Lewis and Rowe, which represented Edison in various patent infringement cases. A lever-action Henry Rifle drew $24,375. Once belonging to Lieutenant Ezra Rideout, the rifle was passed on to his
brother, Jacob, likely when Jacob – a member of the clergy – decided in the 1870s to travel West and preach on the frontier, a trek that ultimately landed Rideout in Arizona Territory, where he apparently spent time in the mining boomtown of Contention, near Tombstone. Another significant
Antiques & Auction News — January 20, 2017 - - 15 antiquesandauctionnews.net collection of presidential SEEKERS/SELLERS memorabilia, this one from the estate of Malcolm S. Forbes, offered a fine Cox & Roosevelt jugate from the St. Louis Button Co., which sold for $17,500, as well as a bronze Place your Classiﬁed at antiquesandauctionnews.net or 1-800-428-4211 head bust of Woodrow Wilson, which ended at $10,000. To learn more, visit www.HA.com.
Classiﬁeds CARNIVAL, CIRCUS, FREAKS, Sideshow, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, Nude Photos, Steel Pier, Pinups, Strippers, Burlesque, Auto Thrillshow. Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418.
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Peter Max Original
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OCEAN LINER MEMORABILIA china, glassware, silver, paper, souvenirs, posters or models. Cunard, French Line, White Star Line, Italian Line, etc. 607-625-3947
800.888.1063 email@example.com 47-15 36th ST., LIC, NY 11101
Tall Case Clock c.1775
LOUIS ICART ETCHINGS Bill Holland, 610-470-5925 or Renningers Sunday Antique Market, Booth A-53, Adamstown, PA. 8am-1pm, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tall Case Clock c.1775
Lord Frederick Leighton
P&RR Platform Sign
ALL HUMMELS WANTED, Antiques, Collectables, Household items. etc. Call John Rokicki 610-213-2361.
CIRCUS, CARNIVAL, ICE Show, Magic, RRS, Africa, Steamship, Rodeo, Buffalo Bill. Cirque Du Soliel and Ringling Bros. too. Box 213, New Martinsville, W. VA., 26155.
2 Drawer Workstand
ON THE LOOKOUT FOR: Jewish or Israel related paper ephemera, early books, etc. Email email@example.com or call Ben 732-232-5452.
Antiques - Furniture - Box Lots - Coins & Jewelry THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 2017 AT 2:00 P.M. Block 1 2:00 P.M. A large variety of antiques from various estates and consignments. Block 2 3:30 P.M. outside items followed by box lots in lower room, always a great variety of household items and more. Block 1 5:00 P.M. A great variety of Furniture from various estates and consignments, highlights to include Tiger Maple 2 drawer stand-raised panel wall cupboard - 42” Mermaid fountain w/fish - Oak bookcase - early cupboard and much more. Block 3 at 5:30 P.M. A large variety of of Gold, Silver & costume jewelry. Block 3 at 6:00 P.M. Approx. 300 lots of coins including gold, silver and more. Always a great variety and selling with 2 auctioneers. Visit our Rhodes website for pictures, coin catalog and Parking Meter Raised Panel Wall additional info or you can call us at 717-687-7018. Cupboard
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POSTCARDS*LABELS*PHOTOGRAPHSBUYING VINTAGE TRAVEL Ephemera (especially Airline & Hotel Labels) Stamp Collections and Postal History, Postcards, Old Photo Albums and Snapshots, ALWAYS buying & traveling throughout USA (201) 294-4110 TravelNostalgia@aol.com
OLDER FIREWORKS OR Packs Wanted by Collector, 573-474-5030 or 573-881-0090. WANTED: OLD LETTERPRESS printing equipment. C&P presses, Vandercook proof presses, metal & wood type. Let me know what you have. CASH PAID. call Joe at 814-203-8902
WANTED: WORLD COINS, U.S. paper money, currency, medals, tokens, gold, diamonds. CASH paid firstname.lastname@example.org 610 371 0505
GUITARS, VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, banjos, early brass & woodwinds. We buy, sell, & appraise. In business since 1974. Vintage Instruments, Philadelphia, email@example.com 215-545-1100. SHEET MUSIC WANTED, any era. Sandy Marrone, 113 Oakwood Drive, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077, 856-829-6104 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
LOTS OF QUALITY
CATHOLIC HOLY CARDS. Protestant Bible lessons, lace cards, scripture cards, paper icons. Brent Devitt, 35 Hawthorne Glen, Beavercreek, OH 45440. 937-238-0183. Email email@example.com
MAGAZINES FOR SALE, 15,000+ Monster Movie, Sci-Fi, Horror, Comic-Format, Satire, Cult TV, Fanzines & more. Large selection, accurate grading, reasonable prices. Request 28-page "Magazine" catalog with $3 (outside US $9). MightyMags.Com PO Box 22916, St. Petersburg, FL 33742 or view online MightyMags.Com WANTED CHICAGO TRIBUNE will pay $75 for Aug. 31, 1999, good condition, complete paper, no ad circulars, David Rhys, 995 S. Lorraine Rd. Apt. 2E, Wheaton, IL 60189, firstname.lastname@example.org
POSTCARDS ON APPROVAL Send your want list or email for prices on our particular wants. Jerry Noftsger, 923 Knob Creek Lane, Tega Cay, SC 29708, email postcard @comporium.net TELEPHONES: 1892-1982, over 85 different & associated. Free Cataloge. Wish to sell entire business. 608-582-4124 www.phonecoinc.com
ATTENTION SPORTS CARDS AND other sports related items. Publications, pins, pennants, tickets, etc. Pre-1975. Philadelphia items especially wanted. Ellis, 158 Stratford Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19115, 215-934-5618.
ALWAYS BUYING PHOTOGRAPHS, Archives, Albums, Snap-shots, Collections. Call Jim 800-872-9990. AUTOMOBILES WANTED. LOOKING to buy old foreign cars, especially British. Will purchase in any condition, also buying parts. Call Ed, 856-816-7321.
ADULT GIRLIE MAGS. Private collection spanning 50’s - present. Many titles, Celebrities, Ginger Lynn, Seka, & others most N. Mint, Must have want lists. Reasonable prices. Looking for those rare girlie mags? I may have them! Al Nazario, #12P 400 W. 43rd St, NYC, 10036 or call 212-868-9203 email@example.com
WANTED OLD RADIOS, Tubes, Hi-Fi Equip., Amplifiers, Speakers, Ham Radios, Tube Testers & related items. Large and small collections. Call Rich 484-948-8044, Pottstown, PA.
TIRED OF EBAY? Sell your Sports Cards and Memorabilia to a Collector. Ken Domonkos 848-448-4709, firstname.lastname@example.org
COMIC BOOKS for Sale, 1940s-1970s, 50,000+, Movie/TV, Heroes, Classics, Westerns, Disney, Horror, Sci-Fi & more. Wide selection, reasonable prices. Request 64 page "Old Comics" catalog with $4.00 (outside US $11.00). MightyMags.Com PO Box 22916, St. Petersburg, FL 33742 or view online MightyMags.Com
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SERVICE OR SUPPLIES in the Classifieds!
1800-1970 SELL YOUR ANTIQUE TOYS, TRAINS, SPACE TOYS & ROBOTS for the HIGHEST PRICES! No one will pay you higher for Tin Toy Collections! 856-547-5521 email@example.com
Call 1-800-428-4211, x2561 or
42” Mermaid Fountain
FINE ART WANTED
OVER 5000 ARTISTS
Tiffany Sterling Cake Stand 38 ozt.
1880 $1 Gold Princess
MOVIE POSTERS Highest Prices Paid Lobby Cards, 1-Sheets, Window Cards, Glass Slides Displays, Dwight Cleveland, POB 10922 Chicago, IL 60610 773-525-9152, Fax 773-525-2969, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Chippendale Side Chair c.1770
MILITARY & SPORTING Licensed Dealer - Will Travel Century 20 LLC Highland Park, NJ 08904
ART- OLD OIL PAINTINGS wanted, any condition, New Hope School artists, PAFA artists, gold leaf frames and mirrors. 20 years experience. Immediate payment. Call 215-348-2500.
ROGALLERY.COM BUY. SELL. CONSIGN
www.auctionhowze.com For More Info Call 610-370-2879
PA Civil War Soldier
Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols Revolvers, Edged Weapons
Estate Sales and Auction Previews: Sat. & Sun., January 21st / 22nd Sat. & Sun., January 28th / 29th 1251 Chestnut St., Reading, PA 9 A.M.-1 P.M. Each Day
Reading Trolley Fare Counter
Antique & Modern Firearms
Furniture incl. 18th Cent. Chippendale Side Chair & Tall Case Clock; Fine Art incl. Frederick Leighton, Christopher & Victor Shearer, Mary Leisz, Jack Coggins, Hazel Feltman, Gene Burkhardt, Vintage Prints; Sterling incl. Tiffany Cake Stand, Repousse Flatware; Coins incl. 19th & 20th Cent. Silver; Berks Co. & Regional Items incl. Trolley Fare Counter, 1909 Police Dept. Photo, P&RR Platform Sign. Porcelain, Glassware. All Lots Start At $10.00.
VENDORS WANTED: 120 Tables Lehigh Valley Antique Bottle and Breweriana Expo. Contact: Chris, email email@example.com, or phone/ text 484-426-7262
PUBLIC AUCTION Guns & Sporting Goods
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 2017 AT 8:00 A.M. Block 1 8:00 A.M. Misc. sporting goods to include ammo, scopes, knives, fishing reels, traps, decoys as well as a canoe & a Go-cart. Block 1 12:00 Noon Approx. 150 firearms to include pistols, revolvers, rifles & shotguns. Also includes a great collection of early & current model Marlins. Visit our website www.paauctioncenter.com or call 717-687-7018 for a complete list. All guns sold according to FFL regulations. We are taking consignments for future auctions. Call today!
Auctioneer #AU005142 Christian Z. Stoltzfus See more info at
www.paauctioncenter.com 3164 White Oak Road, Quarryville, PA 17566
Terms by PA Auction Center AH001873. 13% Buyer’s premium discounted to 10% with check or cash. Auction day announcements take precedence over all advertisements.
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PREMIER GUNS & MILITARY SALE Including Original D-DAY LCT Landing Craft Flag
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28TH, 2017 AUCTIONS STARTS 10:00 A.M. PREVIEW STARTS AT 8:00 A.M.
Original D-Day LCT Landing Craft Flag
Milestone auctions is proud to present our Premier Military, Firearms, Edged Weapons and Memorabilia Sale. Highlights of the sale include a documented 1st Wave D-Day Flag, Parker Shotguns, Civil War Memorabilia, WWII Items and More.
FIREARMS: Over 35 Winchester Rifles and Shotguns, many Boxed, 5 Parker Shotguns, Over 75 Hand Guns, many Boxed. Makers such as Colt, Smith and Wesson, Magnum Research, Beretta, Ruger and More. Nice selection of Rifles, WW2 Japan Arisakas and German Mauser, Stevens, Remington, Savage and More. EDGED WEAPONS: 9 Japanese Katana Swords. 14 Japanese Pole Arms, including Yari and Mojiri, Over 30 Bayonets, Including WWII German, Japanese and US, Over 10 WWII German and Japanese Daggers, and Several Military Knives. WWII NAZI GERMANY: Luftwaffe, Police, and Luftschutz Helmets, NSDAP and Luftwaffe Virsor caps, Luftwaffe and RAD tunics, Luftwaffe and Wehrmacht Field Blouses, Heavy Camo Jacket, Leather Pilots Flight Suite, Leather Pilots Helmet, Several Nazi German Flags, Nazi Porcelain and Tin Signage, Belts, Medals and More. US WWI and WWII: Several groupings including WWII USS Evans Bronze Star Grouping, 11th Airborne Grouping, 65th Medical regiment Grouping, and WWI Farrier’s Grouping 7th Signal Corps, and More. Large selection of WWII Patriotic and Anti Axis Posters, and More!!! CIVIL WAR: Confederate Image and CSA Reunion Badge, Rare Full Plate Ambrotype of Federal Naval Officer, Many Federal Ambrotypes, Tintypes, and CDVs, Civil War Schenkel Inert Artillery Shell, M1851 NCO Belt and Buckle, US Belt Plate, Field Surgical Set and more period medical items, M1833 Ames Artillery Sword, M1840 Scheble and Fisher Cavalry Sword, M1840 Tiffany Sword, Bullseye Canteen, Confederate or Militia Drum Canteen and More!!! MISC. MILITARIA: US M1816 North Flintlock Pistol, 18th Century Rapier, 18th Century Mechanical Whaling Harpoon, 1892 Presentation Gamblers Set, WWII Czech and Russian Inert Machine Guns, Several Inert Rocket Launchers, Large Lots of Ammunition and Much Much More!!! LIVE BIDDING THRU: MILESTONEAUCTIONS.COM, LIVEAUCTIONEERS, PROXIBID, & INVALUABLE ABSENTEE & PHONE BIDS ACCEPTED Call
MILESTONE AUCTIONS GALLERY Located at 3860 Ben Hur Ave.,
WILLOUGHBY, OHIO 44094 (440) 527-8060 firstname.lastname@example.org
Auctioneer: Miles King 20% Buyer’s Premium - 2% Discount For Cash or Check; Credit Cards Accepted MILESTONE AUCTIONS IS ALWAYS LOOKING FOR QUALITY CONSIGNMENTS! ONE PIECE OR ENTIRE COLLECTIONS!!! CALL 440-527-8060 FOR DETAILS