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Extended Stay For Spectacular Folk Art Event In New York City he American Folk Art Museum’s popular exhibition “Compass: Folk Art in Four Directions” at the South Street Seaport Museum has been extended through March 31. The exhibition is mounted in collaboration with the Museum of the City of New York, which operates the South Street Seaport Museum, and spans four galleries and three centuries of art. The exhibit uses highlights from the American Folk Art Museum’s extensive collection to illuminate the story of the Seaport district during the height of its prominence as an international port in the early 1800s. “Compass” is presented in four sections that represent life at the Seaport in the early nineteenth century. Exploration presents works that convey the risks and rewards of seafaring expeditions in the early years of the Seaport. Social Networking focuses on the Seaport’s history as a center for commerce, trade and social interactions. Shopping highlights the area’s roots as a thriving commercial district. Wind, Water, & Weather illustrates the effects of the environment on harbor activities. Each section features artworks that embody the history of the Seaport as well as modern artworks that express the continuation of these themes and impulses in contemporary life. “In the early nineteenth century, the Seaport was a center of commerce and culture for New Yorkers and visitors from across the globe. For the exhibition, we have selected artworks that bring this rich history to life. I am thrilled that our exhibition can bring the S e a p o r t ’s vibrant past into its exciting present moment,” said Stacy C. H o l l a n d e r, the Museum’s s e n i o r curator. “ T h e American Folk Art Museum has begun a process of “reimagining, revitalizing, and reinventing” ourselves, and we have been looking for
opportunities to promote our art via various forms of creative presentation and collaboration,” said Monty Blanchard, President of the Board of Trustees of the Folk Art Museum. “This exciting exhibition Columbia Weathervane, artist unidentified, possibly Cushing and White, possibly Waltham, Massachusetts, circa 1865-1875. Paint on copper and zinc, 183/4 by 15 by 2 inches. American Folk Art Museum, gift of Jerry and Susan Lauren. Photo by Gavin Ashworth.
contributes significantly to our mission of giving the public access to our outstanding collection.” “The history of the Seaport, stretching back to the early nineteenth century, resonates in so many ways with the history of folk art in America. The Compass exhibition creates a terrific opportunity for the public to understand both the city’s maritime past and folk art in a new light and to experience the Seaport’s vibrant history,” said Museum of the City of New York Ronay Menschel Director, Susan Henshaw Jones. “Compass” is presented in four sections that represent life at the Seaport in the early nineteenth c e n t u r y : Exploration, S o c i a l Networking, Shopping, and Wind, Water, & Weather. Each section features artworks that resonate with the history of the Seaport district during this time as well as modern artworks that express the continuation of these themes and impulses in contemporary life.
Figurehead Model, artist unidentified, probably New England, circa 1810. Wood with traces of paint, 18 by 5 3/4 by 6 inches. Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York. Gift of Ralph Esmerian. Photo © 2000 John Bigelow Taylor, New York.
• Exploration: In the early years of the Seaport, the world was still a vast enigma and tales of faroff places stirred the imagination. Commercial expeditions yielded exotic goods while ordinary seamen were granted opportunities to experience customs and landscapes very different from their own. This gallery focuses on works that suggest the perils and rewards of lengthy voyages, the urge to explore, and the yearning for loved ones left on shore. The gallery will open with the 1835 Map of the Animal Kingdom. Such maps as this, copied by an unidentified New England schoolgirl, repre- Schoolhouse Quilt Top, The Presbyterian Ladies of Oak Ridge, Missouri. sented an urge to under- Oak Ridge, Missouri, 1897-1898. Cotton with cotton embroidery, 74-1/2 by stand the world and 90-1/2 inches. Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York. Gift of Young America’s place in Beverly Walker Reitz in memory of Vest Walker. Photo by Matt it. Hoebermann, New York. • Social Networking opens with an 1832 nied by one of the six weather jour- ty, with objects dating from the Coffeehouse trade nals the artists maintained on a 18th century to the present. daily basis for ten Founded in 1923 as a private, sign that speaks to nonprofit corporation, the years. Schermerhorn Row’s hisMuseum of the City of New York The American tory as home to a cofFolk Art Museum celebrates and interprets the city, feehouse and hotel educating the public about its disfor travelers. tinctive character, especially its What we call heritage of diversity, opportuni“social networking” ty, and perpetual transformatoday was part of the tion. The Museum connects i s coffeehouse scene the past, present, and future of the prefrom its earliest days. New York City, and serves the mier instituCoffeehouses propeople of the city as well as tion devoted vided the nexus for visitors from around the world to the aesthetbusiness and social through exhibitions, school and ic appreciinteractions, as well public programs, publications, as solitary musings and collections. over a cup of coffee. Since 1967, the South Street This section Seaport Museum has presented includes gameboards, personal journals, ledger Sea Serpent Weathervane, artist exhibitions that tell the stories of books, and artworks that commu- unidentified, New England, circa the Seaport’s past, present, and nicate personal beliefs and ideas 1850. Paint on wood with iron, 16- future. Recently reopened under 1/4 by 23-1/4 by 1-inch. Collection the management of the Museum of the artists. American Folk Art Museum, New of the City of New York, the • Shopping: Throughout its York. Museum purchase. Photo by Museum is currently presenting a history, the Seaport has been a John Parnell, New York. lively interweaving of the thriving commercial district with city and the sea through shops, open markets, services, and photography, ation of traditional folk art and crediverse activities aimed at both video, histraveler and local. This gallery fea- ative expressions of contemporary toric artiself-taught artists tures a wealth of fancy wares facts, and including textiles, painted tinware, from the United contempoand furniture, and decorative arts, States rary abroad. The available to the growing consumer preclass, as well as representations of Museum the Americans who were buying serves, conthese goods for personal “Monkeys at a use. C a r d • Wind, Water, & Table,” design. Weather concludes the Elijah T h e Pierce exhibition with artworks Museum is that illustrate environmen- ( 1 8 9 2 4 ) , open Wednesday tal aspects of the seaport: 1C o9 l 8u m bus, through Sunday weathervanes that indicat- Ohio, circa 1938from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ed wind direction, outdoor 1940. Paint on wood Admission is $10 and free trade carvings that show and cardboard, 6-1/2 for children under 9. the effects of weathering by 15 by 10 inches. For more information on the by the elements, images of Collection American Folk extended showing of “Compass: seagoing vessels and col- Art Museum, New York. Folk Art in Four Directions,” lateral harbor activities. Blanchard-Hill Collection, gift of contact the Museum of American Anne Hill and Edward V. This final section of the M. Blanchard Jr. Photo by Gavin Ashworth, New Folk Art at (212) 595-9533. exhibition also includes York. several works depicting (More Photos extreme weather by the Chicago artist Henry Darger and accompa- serves, and interprets a comprehenOn Page 2) sive collection of the highest quali-
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Flying Machine 4575: Broad Cut / Exterior (double sided), Charles A.A. Dellschau (1830-1923), Houston, Texas, circa 1920. Ink, watercolor, pencil, and collage on paper, 17 by 17-1/2 inches. Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York. Blanchard-Hill Collection, gift of M. Anne Hill and Edward V. Blanchard Jr. Photo by Gavin Ashworth. Ruthy Rogers Sampler, Ruthy Rogers (1778-1812). Marblehead, Massachusetts, circa 1789. Silk on linen, 10-1/2 by 9 inches. Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York. Gift of Ralph Esmerian. Photo © 2000 John Bigelow Taylor, New York.
Hanging Sheep Shop Sign, artist unidentified. Northeastern United States, Canada, or England. Midnineteenth century. Paint on wood with traces of gold leaf on wood with metal, 33 by 38 by 9 inches. Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York. Promised gift of Ralph Esmerian. Photo © 2000 John Bigelow Taylor, New York.
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18914 Chalfont 215-997-3227 BUCKS COUNTY ANTIQUE GALLERY, 8 Skyline Dr. Just off Rt. 202, S of Rt.152. Antiques & more. Old/ new accessories, consignment furniture. 12,000 sq ft. of Bucks County’s Best. Tu.-Sa. 10-5, Sun 12-5 buckscountyantiquegallery.biz
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. 18071 Palmerton 610-826-4200 NOW & THEN ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES 636 Delaware Ave. Toys, Advertising, Autographs, Primitives. Hrs. Mon.-Fri. 9-5; Sat. 9-4 www.nownthenantiques.com 18080 Slatington 610-767-8400 BUS STOP INDOOR FLEA MARKET 8281 RT 873, every Fri., Sat., Sun. 9am5pm. Crafts, Antiques, & Flea Market items. Former Keystone Lamp Factory. New vendors welcomed. 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. www.oldlumberyardantiquesllc.com
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. 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. 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.” 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.
Daily 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Limited Space Available Route 616, 127 Hanover Street Head east on Rt. 38; turn left at light after Rt. 206 intersection
Monday- Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
FAX 717-492-2566 24 hours a day Your ad will be processed on the next business day
E-MAIL email@example.com Deadline: Wednesday 4:00pm for Fridays edition
Sundays 12 noon-5 p.m.
195 W. FRONT ST.
NEW JERSEY 07701 Exit 109 Garden State Parkway
VINTAGE MUSIC AND ANTIQUES
Hours - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 11:30am-5:00pm; Friday 11:30am-6:00pm; Saturday 10:30am-6:00pm; Sunday 11:30am-5:00pm; Closed Wednesday
Phonographs, 78, 45, 33 rpm Records, Music Instruments, Radios, Sheet Music, Antique Furniture, Ephemera, Nautical, Textiles, Jewelry, Vintage Holiday, Porcelain, Paintings/ Artwork, Pottery, Lighting, Sports Memorabilia, Toys and so much more! 36 West Front Street, Keyport, New Jersey ~ Exit 117 GSP
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226 W. FRONT ST.
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A 20+ Multi-Dealer Shop
Haddon Heights, New Jersey
OPEN 7 DAYS - 10 AM TO 5 PM OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 PM
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PEMBERTON, NJ 08068
AT T E N T I O N
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EAGLESWOOD TWP., NJ OPEN: Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 11-5
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, thearchivebooksandpaper.com
Red Bank Antique Center
Antique Furniture Largest Selection Of Roseville Pottery In Ocean County
19355 Frazer 610-651-8299 FRAZER ANTIQUES. -Best kept secret on Phila. Main Line- Open daily 10am5pm. 2 mi east of Rte 202 on Rt. 30.
Submit your ad to us at 18962 Silverdale 215-453-1414 THE FACTORY ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES, 130 West Main St, Rt 113, Bucks County. Featuring over 40 fine Buck’s County Dealers. Open Wednesday thru Sunday 10am to 5pm.
Haddon Heights Grist Mill Antiques Center Antiques Center Clements Bridge Rd. & E. Atlantic Ave.
608 Arnold Ave. Pt. Pleasant Beach, NJ
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, www.cookandcookantiques.com
467 U.S. Hwy. 9 South, 4 Miles South Of Rt. 72
80 Dealer Co-Op
Point Pavilion Antique Centre
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.
PINE BARRENS ANTIQUES
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. firstname.lastname@example.org
WEST VIRGINIA 254 Northeastern 260-268 Northern 247-259 Southeastern
Antique & Vintage Furniture • Jewelry • Sterling Silver Fine China • Crystal • Coins • Books • Dolls • Trains Decorative Paintings • Fine Art • Glassware • Figurines • Pottery Quilts • Rugs • Linens • Bottles • Tools • Musical Instruments Sports Memorabilia • Vintage Clothing • & Much, Much More.
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK: 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. The Jersey Shore’s Largest Co-Op
249-251 MAIN STREET
PHONE: (732) 349-5764 VISA/MC ESTABLISHED SINCE 1969 ★ 12 Quality Dealers Under One Roof ★
GALLOWAY, NJ 609-652-7011 www.daysofoldeantiques.com
A SHOWCASE AREA WITH 2 ROOMS OF SHOWCASES
Select Dealer Space and Showcases Available
MAIN STREET ★ ANTIQUE CENTER TOMS RIVER, NJ
110 SOUTH NEW YORK ROAD (ROUTE 9)
1 Mile S. of Historic Smithville Village and 9 Miles N. of Atlantic City
“We’re Bigger ★ Than We Look”
Open Mon.-Fri. 10AM-4PM, Sat. 10AM-5PM & Sun. 12-5PM
Exit #82 Garden St. Parkway Rt. #37 East
First Light right 1/2 mile on Main St. Dealer Business Welcomed
“NOW THERE ARE TWO KINGS ON N. MAIN” Kings Row Kings Court Antiques Center Antiques 46 N. Main Street g Parkin ar In Re
48 N. Main Street
MULLICA HILL, NJ 08062
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Antiques Capitol of South Jersey
Easy Access From NJ Turnpike, I-295 And Rt. 55 Open Every Day 11 A.M.-5 P.M. 856-478-4361
SAVE THE DATE!
Main Street “Antique Street Fair” APRIL 27 Quality Dealers Wanted
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
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.
08006 Barnegat Light 609-361-8039 THE SEAWIFE, 1901 Bayview Ave. at Viking Village. Country primitive antique furniture, quilts, folk art, architecturals & garden. Open by appt. for winter.
VIRGINIA 220-229 Northern 230-239 Southern 240-246 Southwestern
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.
020-027 Southeastern NEW JERSEY 070-079 Northern 085-089 Central 080-084 Southern
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. www.auntmargaretsantiquemall.com
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. zeppelinandunicornantiques.com
and Eastern Shore 207-8-9 GreaterD.C. MASSACHUSETTS 010-016 Western& Central 017-019 Northeastern
MARYLAND 215 & 217 Western 210-12 Northern 214 & 206 Southern 216-218-219 Northeastern
DELAWARE 197-8 Northern 199 Southern D.C. 200-205
CONNECTICUT 060-1-2 Central & Northeastern 063 Southeastern 064-9 Southwestern
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
SHOPS & CENTERS
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ntiques Capital U .S. A ®
February Fling 300+ High quality antique vendors 70,000 sq. ft. in one location! Open Sunday 7:30-4
Pine Hills Antique Mall
Clock Tower Antiques
Open Thursday-Monday 10-5
717.484.2757 www.stoudts.com 717.484.4386 6
20% OFF ENTIRE SHOP!
Open Thursday-Sunday 9-4 2800 N. Reading Rd., Route 272, Adamstown, PA
General Heath’s Antiques 2760 N. Reading Rd., Rt. 272, Reinholds Mon., Wed., Thur., Fri. 10-5 Sat. & Sun. 9-5, Closed Tues.
2750 N. Reading Rd., Rt. 272, Reinholds
61 Willow Street, Adamstown Open Thursday-Monday 10-5
Open Everyday Monday-Thursday 10-5; Friday-Sunday 10-6
Most Dealers Offering Extra Discounts!
Take PA Turnpike to exit 286, Continue 1 mile straight to Rt. 272, Turn N. or S. for markets in both directions.
Stay Over and Shop All Week. A Great Cure for Cabin Fever!
Tex Johnson Antiques 40 Willow St., Adamstown Primitives, Furniture, Unusual Smalls Open Sat. & Sun. 10-4 Mon.-Fri. By Appt.
FRENCH COLLECTION A superb collection of 18th and 19th Century English and Country French Antiques Open Saturday and Sunday 12-5 2887 N. Reading Road, Adamstown www.countryfrenchantiques.com
Time Matters Antique Mall 2684 N. Reading Road, Rt. 272, Reinholds Sunday-Friday 10-5; Saturday 10-7
Most Dealers Offering Extra Discounts! 11
Adamstown Antique Mall
Mother Tucker’s Antiques
3014 N. Reading Road, Route 272, Adamstown Open Mon., Thurs., Fri. 10-5; Sat. & Sun. 9-5 MANY DEALERS
566 N. Reading Road Route 272 Thursday through Monday 9-5
Most Dealers Offering Extra Discounts!
For More Information on Lodging, Bed & Breakfasts, Restaurants & Specialty Shops Visit
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Lancaster County Antique Center, LLC
Antiques Showcase & German Trading Post
2255 N. Reading Rd., Rt. 272, Denver 17517 Mon. thru Thurs. 9-5, Fri. & Sun. 9-7:30, Sat. 9-9
2152 N. Reading Road, Route 272, Denver Open Everyday 10-5
Booth And Showcase Space Available
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1,000+ Dealers & Dozens of Antique Markets Along 7 Miles of Rt. 272
20% OFF ENTIRE SHOP!
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Mad Hatter Antique Mall
Most Dealers Offering Extra Discounts!
272 Antique Mall
1300 N. Reading Rd., Rt. 272, Stevens Open Everyday 10-5
Black Angus Antiques Mall
SHOWS & MARKETS
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SHOWS & MARKETS Wheaton Arts Presents ANTIQUE SHOW & FLEA MARKET CALENDAR ‘The Mid-Winter Antiques Show’ On February 2 & 3
Philly’s Largest Indoor Market New Management New Vendor Mix Every Saturday & Sunday 1600 S. Warfield Street
Philadelphia, PA 19145
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NEW HAMPSHIRE 02/03/13, PORTSMOUTH, SUN 10 AM-3 PM, Antiques, Rt 1 Bypass, The Frank Jones Center NEW JERSEY 02/01-02/13, GLEN RIDGE, FRI 10 AM-9 PM SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 195 Ridgewood Ave @ Clark St, Glen Ridge Congregational Church 02/02-03/13, MILLVILLE, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 1501 Glasstown Rd, Wheaton Arts & Cultural Center 02/02/13, SPARTA, SAT 9 AM-1 PM, Antiques Collectibles Crafts, Mohawk Room 21 The Boardwalk, Lake Mohawk Country Club 02/03/13, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor
OHIO 02/16-17/13, COLUMBUS, Antiques & Collectibles, Ohio Expo Center PENNSYLVANIA 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
02/16/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & vintage Flea Market, 820 Spring Garden St, Indoors
03/09-10/13, ELVERSON, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 4897 N Twin Valley Rd, Twin Valley High School
03-02-03/13, NEW HOPE, SAT 8 AM-3 PM SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Indoor Flea Market, Rt 202 & 46 N Sugan Rd, New Hope Eagle Fire Co Banquet Hall
03/16/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage Flea Market, 820 Spring Garden St, Indoors
03/02-03/13, PLYMOUTH MEETING, SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 8:30 AM-2 PM, Antique Gun, 5140 Butler Pike, LuLu Shrine Center
03/22-23/13, LANCASTER, FRI 10 AM-6 PM SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Postcard, 1383 Arcadia Rd, Farm and Home Center
NEW HOPE EAGLE FIRE CO.
POSTCARD & STAMP SHOW
02/02-03/13, NEW HOPE, SAT 8 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
Indoor Flea Market SAT., FEBRUARY 2ND 8 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
9:00 A.M.-3:30 P.M.
SUN., FEBRUARY 3RD
at the Ramada/Plaza Hotel
02/02-03/13, PHILADELPHIA, F/M 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
9 A.M. TO 3 P.M. Eagle Banquet Hall Rt. 202 & 46 N. Sugan Rd.
1718 Underpass Road
0 2 / 0 2 / 0 3 / 1 3 , FREDERICKSBURG, SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, Big Flea Market, 2371 Carl D Silver Pkwy, Fredericksburg Expo Center 02/03/13, PHILADELPHIA, SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Vintage Book & Ephemera Fair, 201 N 17th St, Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel
NEW HOPE, PA $2 Donation At The Door
ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE SHOW
Next Market Is
Saturday, February 9th 8 A.M. til 4 P.M.
Wayne PAL Indoor RD
820 Spring Garden Street (9th & Spring Garden)
Antiques, Collectibles, Vintage Furniture, Jewelry, Pottery, Primitives & Much More! S778973
Free Parking / Free Admission / ATM Food Court / Handicap Accessible
215 - 625 - FLEA (3532)
Slot Car Show Merchants Square Mall
Allentown, PA 18103
Sat., February 16 , 2013 10am-3pm
AFX, Tyco, Carrera, Tjets, Revell, Cox, Monogram, Aurora, Wizzard, Custom, Slot.It, All Scales New and Old, HO 1/24 Parts, Custom, New, Digital.
COLUMBUS FARMERS’ MARKET
N. Cove Rd. (Off Parish Dr.) (Off Rt. 23)
Delaware Valley’s Largest Flea Market ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
Adults $1.00 Children Free Over 140 Dealers
Inside Store Hours: Thurs. 8-8, Fri. 10-8, Sat. 8-8 & Sun. 8-5 Outside Flea Market: Thurs. 6:30-3, Sat. 7:30-2 & Sun. 6:30-3
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Easy Access From I-78
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Dealers From 5 States
FEB. 3 & MARCH 3RD
Sunday 9 am To 3 pm For Information Call
(near Valley Mall)
The Great Lehigh Valley 1901 S. 12th St.,
SPRING GARDEN INDOOR VINTAGE FLEA MARKET
SAT., FEBRUARY 16, 2013
wheatonarts.org. For more information about the show and/or WheatonArts, call 1 (800) 998-4552 or (856) 8256800, or visit online at wheatonarts.org. WheatonArts is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in January, February and March. The Education/Folklife Center and Artist Studios are closed during these three months. The Museum of American Glass and Museum Stores remain open and admission is free. WheatonArts returns to its six-day operating schedule
NORTH CAROLINA 01/31-02/03/13, CHARLOTTE, THURS-SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Expo Marketplace, 7100 Statesville Rd, Metrolina Expo
01/31-02/03/13, NEW YORK, THURS 6 PM-9 PM FRI & SAT 11 AM-8 PM SUN 11 AM-6 PM, Art, 548 W 22nd St, Outsider Art Fair
02/16/13, ALLENTOWN, SAT 10 AM-3 PM, Slot Car, 1901 S 12th St, Merchants Square Mall
03/02/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage Flea Market, 820 Spring Garden St, Indoors
MARYLAND 02/16/13, HAGERSTOWN, SAT 9 AM-3:30 PM, Postcard & Stamp, 1718 Underpass Rd, Ramada/Plaza Hotel (near Valley Mall)
NEW YORK 01/25-02/3/13, NEW YORK, DAILY NOON-8 PM SUN & THURS NOON-6 PM, Antiques, Park Ave @ 67th St, Park Avenue Armory
02/16-17/13, PITTSBURGH, SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 164 Fort Couch Rd, Crowne Plaza Hotel
03/02/03/13, BATH, SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, off Rt 512 6600 Jacksonville Rd, Historical Buildings of the 18th Century Ralston McKeen House
A FLEAMARKETEERS SHOW
Rt. 206 South, Columbus, NJ
03/07-10/13, ATLANTA, FRISUN, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Centers
03/09/13, WALL, SAT 9:30 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 18th Ave & New Bedford Rd, Wall Township High School
02/09/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage Flea Market, 820 Spring Garden St, Indoors
38th Spring Postcard Show Farm and Home Center 1383 Arcadia Road Lancaster, PA 17601 (off Manheim Pike Rte. 72)
February 7, 8, 9 & 10 March 7, 8, 9 & 10 April 11, 12, 13 & 14 May 9, 10, 11 & 12 June 6, 7, 8 & 9
Friday, March 22, 2013 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturday, March 23, 2013 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. No Pre-Show Buying Admission $2.00 (50 Cents Off With Ad) For More Information Call Kay Feight, (717) 263-1638 Leon Rowe, (610) 444-0641
February 16 & 17 March 23 & 24 Directions: I-71 Exit 111 (17th Ave.) to the Ohio Expo Center
Pennsy Flea Market
GEORGIA 02/07-10/13, ATLANTA, THURSSUN, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Centers
Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center will host the Mid-Winter Antiques Show on February 2 and 3 in Millville, New Jersey. Dealers from the MidAtlantic states will display books, ceramics, furniture, glass, jewelry, linens, memorabilia, paper, toys, pottery, primitives, and vintage accessories in the Event Center. Show hours are: Saturday, February 2 - WheatonArts Members Preview at 9:30 a.m. General Public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, February 3, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $5 per person. Sweets Suite Bake Shoppe Café will be in the Event Center with a menu featuring a variety of soups, salads, sandwiches, baked goods and refreshments. In addition, admission to the show includes an opportunity to visit the Museum of American Glass with over 7,000 objects on display and shop in WheatonArts’ awardwinning Museum Stores. WheatonArts is a participant in Museums on Us®, a customer-benefit program offering free admission for a Bank of America cardholder to the finest museums and cultural institutions from coast to coast on the first full weekend of each month of 2013. For the months of February and March, each Bank of America customer that shows their Bank of America card and their I.D. on the program dates will receive a “20 Percent Off A Single-Item” coupon valid in one museum store. Interested dealers should call Doris Abeling, Event Coordinator, at (856) 8256800, extension 104, or send an e-mail to email@example.com. The registration form is on the WheatonArts web site at
02/02-03/13, PUNTA GORDA, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 75 Taylor St, Charlotte Co Event Center
03/03/13, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antique & Collectible, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor
FLORIDA 01/31-02/04/13, MIAMI BEACH, THURS-SUN NOON-8 PM MON NOON-6 PM, Antiques, 1901 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach Convention Center
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Auctions Thurs. 1 P.M. For Information Phone (717) 272-7078
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02/07/13, WILMINGTON, THURS 4 PM, Coin & Currency, 4115 Concord Pike, Dutch Country Auctions 02/09/13, REHOBOTH, SAT 10 AM, Jewelry, furniture, collectibles, autographs, sterling silver, fine art, music, Asian items, 330 Rehoboth Ave, Stuart Kingston
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7:00 AM - Glassware & Outside 10:00 AM - Furniture Large amounts of oak, walnut, mahogany, glassware and collectibles
02/09/13, POINT PLEASANT, SAT 9:30 AM, Antiques, collectibles, glassware, pottery, clean used furniture, jewelry etc., 1125 Arnold Ave, Concepts 1 Auction House
NEW 15,000 Sq. Ft. Building with very large loading dock. LOW COMMISSION RATES CONSIGNMENTS ALWAYS WELCOME 15% Buyer’s Premium 356 Swedesboro Avenue
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BRISTOL AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY Doors Open 2:15 P.M. Dollar Sale 2:45 P.M. Gallery Sale 4:30 P.M. ANTIQUES VINTAGE COLLECTIBLES: Glassware, China, Jewelry, Toys, Artwork, Ephemera, Furniture. Always a nice assortment of Unusual Smalls. Quality-Antique Sale Third Tuesday Of Every Month 216 Mill Street (Rear Entrance)
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Save the dates, February 2 and 3, 2013 and celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Miami International Map Fair - the largest map fair in the world. Join collectors and dealers as they commemorate the 500th anniversary of Juan Ponce de León’s arrival on Florida’s east coast. This annual event showcases antique maps, rare books, panoramas and atlases from around the world. Peruse and purchase antique maps from some of the finest map dealers in the world. Learn about maps through a series of lectures by experts in the field and enjoy special events held throughout the weekend. Proceeds from Map Fair go toward maintaining and improving HistoryMiami exhibitions, educational programming and community outreach programs. Hours for the event are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $5 for HistoryMiami members; and $15 for non-members. Admission includes entrance to the international dealer’s marketplace, access to expert opinions on your own map(s) and the opportunity to win door prizes. The Fitzgerald & Kanner Trust for Historic Maps was established to endow the Miami International Map Fair, to support the growth of HistoryMiami’s map collection, and to foster an appreciation of historic maps through exhibitions, publications and educational programming. In 1990 an anonymous donor established the Joseph H. Fitzgerald Trust for Historic
Maps as a part of the museum’s endowment. The Trust is named after Joseph H. Fitzgerald in honor of his long service to HistoryMiami and avid interest in maps. The Trust has grown through donations of generous friends and map enthusiasts. To make a contribution to the Trust, make checks payable to HistoryMiami with the memo line: The Fitzgerald & Kanner Trust and mail to: HistoryMiami, 101C West Flagler Street, Miami FL, 33130. For general inquiries, call (305) 375-1615. Visit www.historymiami.org for more information.
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PENNSYLVANIA 02/02/13, ABBOTTSTOWN, SAT 4 PM, Gibson banjos, guitars, amplifiers, Civil War items, toys, marbles, antiques, collectibles, tools, Longaberger baskets, military items, modern & antique furniture, 38 E King St, Olde Tyme Auctions 02/02/13, ANDREAS, SAT 9 AM, Antiques, primitives, oak leaded glass bookcase, oak ice box, chestnut dry sink, early CI stove, crocks, jugs, old childrens toys, costume jewelry etc., Andreas Sporting Club 1 Andreas Rd, Dean R. Arner
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For The Love Of The Game Collecting The Game Of Football by Roy Nuhn game was played a few years For close to a century and after the end of the Civil War, a half, football has been one on November 6, 1869. of America’s favorite sports, Chasing the ball around the field were Princeton and Rutgers. Of course, the game back then was very different from what’s seen on television nowadays. Each team had 25 players - a number that kept changing throughout the years. The idea of the game was to move the ball by sheer brute force toward the opponent’s goal, where it could be kicked across. It strongly resembled English rugby, from which it had originated. Prior to the first match between the two New Jersey colleges, undergraduates at many schools around the country had been playing Sports symbol for Aurora football among themselves. Such games differed from College (1960s). each other in many ways, but and the razzle-dazzle game were similar in that they has now successfully edged involved massive confrontaout baseball for top honors. tion of many bodies in nearInterest continues to grow mortal combat in an attempt yearly. to move the ball around on a The first intercollegiate field.
was more pugilistic and barbaric than even the activities engaged in by the rowdies from the wrong side of town. This was natural because college itself was a place for only gentlemen of the upper classes who were being groomed for important positions in society and the family business. The savage roughness went out of football around 1907 when President Theodore Roosevelt, himself
Estate Auction & Fountain Pen Collection Wednesday, February 6th, 2013 at 6 P.M. Preview Day of Sale 3 P.M.-6 P.M. 220 N. Main St. Suite A,
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For Full Listing & Photos visit www.Sellersvilleauction.com For Questions Call 855-765-3001 Large Fountain Pen & Inkwell Collection w/Pens from Parker, Sheaffer, Mont Blanc, Wahl, Waterman, Esterbrook, Wearever, Cross & More! Nibs, Mechanical Pencils, Store Displays, Advertising & Phone Dialers. Many Vintage Collectibles & Toys w/Children’s Books, CastIron Banks, Early Body Building Photos, 1950’s Pepsi Clock, Postcards, Ephemera, Military Items, Vintage Christmas, Glassware, Camel Figurines, Artwork & Toyota Sewing Machine. Gold & Silver Jewelry w/Class Rings, Charm Bracelets & More! Sellersville Auction LLC (AH001943) S779989
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A plush background, a real felt football, and a silk “H” make this novelty postcard of the 1908 Yale-Harvard game a collector’s treasure. Card also came with a “Y” for Yale. Both varieties sold outside Yale field by vendors on the morning of the game.
So different were the local rules and traditions during the first decade of intercollegiate activity that, whenever a game was to be played, the rival captains had to confer, to iron out contradictions and decide on just how the game would be conducted. As time progressed, rules came into being and football became national in scope. The credit for giving football a formal set of rules and for pioneering concepts that eventually shaped the game into its modern character goes to Walter Camp, legendary Yale sports figure. Actually, football, like baseball at its beginning, was considered a gentleman’s “The Ivy League Family Portrait,” part of series by National sport, even it its execution
ELEGANT & DEPRESSION GLASS, AKRO AGATE & CHINA AUCTION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 AT 10 A.M. Oley Fire Co. Fairgrounds - Fair Center Building 26 Jefferson Street,
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(600+) Elegant: (35) (CB] Heisey; (49) [CB] Cambridge; [CB] (5) Water & (1) Scotch Set; (20) [CB] Morgantown; (180+) [CB] Stems/Tumblers, Vases, Candies, Cocktail Icers; (45+) Imp. Candlewick; [Y] Thistle & Poppy Stems; (600+) Depression: (107) [P] Miss America; (110+) [CB] Moderntone; (28) [P/G] Adam; (28) [P] Sweetheart; (61) [P/G] Cherry; (19) [P] Dogwood; (14) [P] Mayfair; (12) [P/G] Princess; (16) [A/G/P] Patrician; (13) [B/P/G] Royal Lace; (37) [A/ G/P] Sharon; (17) [U] Swirl; (29) [P/G] Windsor; [P] Circle, [C/I] Iris, [G] Clover, [G] Cameo, [G] Floral, (17) (B) New Century, (CB) Windmill; (37) (CB) H-A Crisscross Evening/Paris Bottles; (51) [CB] Georgian; (140+) Acro Agate: Lamp; Urns; Vases; Planters; Ashtrays; Pots; Powders; Baskets; (500+) China: (85 Pcs.) Lamm Dresden; (93 Pcs.) Lenox Daybreak; (90 Pcs.) Noritake Larue; (57 Pcs.) Syracuse Dearborn; More coming in!
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Collegiate Marketing (1969) showing team mascots of various football leagues.
19th C. Lithographed Paper Tobacco Signs
Don Foote Illustration Art
1934 U.S.-Russia Diplomat Correspondence
Princess of Wales Commemorative Royal Regiment Drum
Antique Candlestick Courtesy Phone
Victorian Trade Cards
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH, 10 A.M. 2501 E. Ontario Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19134 Antique & Vintage Ephemera & Estate Furnishings Vintage Physician’s Office Hanging Light
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Antique & Vintage Ephemera: Important U.S. Naval history Carte de Visite album created by Assistant Sect. Navy Gustavus V. Fox, during his 1866-67 goodwill journey to Imperial Russia & Europe, aboard USS Miantonomoh; personal correspondence of early 19th c. Sect. of the Treasury/Associate Supreme Court Justice Levi Woodbury; 1829 ALS, General Lafayette to American correspondent; 1934 U.S. diplomat correspondence from 1st embassy to U.S.S.R. after Russian Revolution; 17th-20th c. books to include equine related; 19th & 20th c. advertising signs & displays; 1,000+ early 20th c. postcards; Victorian trade cards; 19th & 20th c. photos; vintage sports memorabilia; WWII German & other military items; 1970’s-1980’s movie posters; vintage automobile books & pamphlets; vintage airline memorabilia; 19th & 20th c. tokens, medals, pins & buttons; pair of antique apothecary jars on stands; more!!! Estate Furnishings: 19th & 20th c. Continental & Oriental porcelain & quality glassware; Stangl & other pottery; gold, silver & costume jewelry; 19th & 20th c. ptgs & graphics; lamps; mirrors; antique to modern bedroom, dining room & living room sets & pieces; Oriental style rugs; Bose theatre system & other electronics; exercise equipment; housewares; more!!! Inspect: 9 A.M. Day of Sale. Terms: Cash or credit card only. 15% buyer’s premium for in house purchases. 16% buyer’s premium for Live Auctioneers purchases. Note: Live Auctioneers sale for ephemera only. Please check website for additional photos.
1829 General Lafayette Letter
Antique Double Sided Metal Trade Sign
1915 Rex Mardi Gras Dance Card
Chester Arthur Cabinet Member Photos
1938 Herman Goering Photographs
Gustavus V. Fox Carte de Visite Album
Essayes by Sir William Cornwallis, 1600
The Holy Bible Printed By John Field, 1653
5 Vol. The American Stud Book, 1873
The Compleat Horseman and Expert Ferrier, 1639
Early 20th C. Camera Craft Magazines
1904 to the present, footballthemed postcard publishing has been continuous. After 1920, until the modern era of chrome cards, it slowed down considerably but never came close to stopping. Students, alumni, and fans who faithfully followed their teams and came out in droves for the games were constant buyers of such cards off the racks. A set much in demand today by collectors is “The Domino Card” by the Boston “The Yale Eleven,” - from the “Domino Card” set published in Post Card Company, which 1905 by Boston Post Card Co. was published in 1905. Each Presumably there are eight Inevitably, someone has writcards to this set and cards are ten on the card saying where known from Harvard and he is in the photo or circling Carlisle, as well as Yale. himself. Once in while the Many were used to record the message will give a game score of a game, such as score or proudly announce Harvard vs. Yale. that they had whipped some Most interesting of all team that day. Extremely hard football postcards are the to find are photographic team photos, often in black- close-ups of actual games in and-white, and almost always progress. I have only seen photographic in nature. (Continued on page 12)
card from this mostly Ivy League set pictures the starting lineup of a college with background tinting matching the school’s colors, such as blue on the Yale card.
Great team shot of the “Syracuse University Football Squad, 1905.” Black-and-white photo style postally used in 1906.
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The Dartmouth Football Squad’s 16 players and coach pictured on a 1909 card by Mann Postal Co.
World War II, a half-century in the future. Many souvenir postcards about football, the players and teams were printed and sold
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an avid sports enthusiast, mediated the crisis caused by too many deaths and too much mayhem on the playing field. The result was a new set of rules and a new direction for the sport. From the start, football grew in popularity at an astounding rate. Each year brought larger and larger numbers of players out for the team, more colleges fielding teams, and increased fan and alumni following. Pro football got its start in 1895, but success had to wait until after
Furniture - Jewelry - Collectibles
Saturday, February 2 at 10 A.M. Preview: 9 A.M. thru auction
1500 Paxton Street, 17104 FURNITURE (Noon): Antique & Modern. 2 Mahogany Dining Suites; French Style Bedroom Set; Desks; Waterfall Bedroom Set; Victorian Parlor Furniture; Jelly Cupboard; Mission Writing Table; Drop Leaf Table; Marble Top Washstands; Tea Cart; End & Coffee Tables; Blanket Chest; Cedar Chests; Children’s Chairs; Table & Floor Lamps; Rockers; Mirrors; Metal Patio Set; & More! JEWELRY (11:30 A.M.): 100+ Lots Estate Jewelry & Watches. Gold, Gemstone & Diamond Rings, Necklaces & Bracelets incl. Antique 1.10 ctw. Diam. & Tourmaline Bracelet. Sterling; Stickpins incl. 14k Tiffany w/Bird; Native American & Mexican incl. Rings & Beading; Pearls; Cameos; Accessories incl. Mesh & Beaded Bags, Scarves. Pocket watches incl. Elgin; Waltham; Illinois; Rockford; Howard. Wristwatches incl. 14k Hamiltons & Benrus; Longines; Gruen; & More! COLLECTIBLES: Freymeyer Elizabethtown and Fairy Soap Tip Trays; Elizabethtown Advertising Tape; Photos incl. Soldier; Art Glass; Sterling Silver; Doorstops: Ship, Pointer, Cat; Bulldogs; Hershey Collectibles; Popeye Pencil Box; 1926 Sesquicentennial Bookends; Dolls incl. Celluloid Bather; Music: Ukulele, 2 Clarinets; Textiles; Sewing; Early Buttons; Vintage Clothes & Hats; PRR First-Aid Kit; Cast Iron: Apple Parers, Nutcrackers, Cork Presses & More! Clocks: Mantel & Wall; Blue Westclox; Carnival Glass; Cut to Clear. INDIAN: Indian Chief Wood Carving; Signed Pottery; Dolls; Beadwork. BOOKS & EPHEMERA: Large Assortment of Books; Masonic Life G. Washington 1899; The Making of America Editorial Ed; Children’s incl. Pop-Up; Postcards incl. Local Real Photo; Yearbooks. ART: Paintings & Prints; H. Leibl; “Napoli” by A. De Fusch; S. Rosen; C. Kermes; Amen; Duck Stamp Prints; Mary Pickford Print. HOUSE & HOME: Silver Plate incl. Tea Set, Flatware, Hollowware, etc.; Avon Cape Cod Ruby; Meaking “Romantic Evening”; Thomas “Ivory”; Bavaria; Johnson Bros. “Pareek”. CAMERAS: Minolta XG-1, XE-7, XG-SE; Lenses incl. Telephoto. BOX LOTS: 10:00 A.M.! Selling for the Estate of Aimee Rex of Harrisburg and Others! Visit www.CordierAntiques.com for photos & more details. David Cordier, Severe Weather Date Sunday, February 3 AU005321 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 717-731-8662 17th Street exits.
MULTI-ESTATE ANTIQUE AUCTION Pearl Necklaces And Bracelets
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH
PREVIEW: 2/5/13, NOON - 7 P.M., 2/6/13, 10 A.M. -2 P.M.
WILSON’S AUCTION GALLERY, 344 VALLEYBROOK ROAD,
33 In.x22 In. Ron Cobb Fires Poster, 1967
Assorted Orientalia Figurines
Vintage Boxing Pins
20 In.x24 In. Countryside Oil Signed W.W. Fahnestock
CHESTER HEIGHTS, PA 19017
CONTENTS REMOVED FROM TWO PHILADELPHIA MAIN LINE MANSIONS; WILMINGTON, DELAWARE ESTATE FURNITURE TO INCLUDE: 4’7” Ebonized Ormolu French Curio Cabinet w/Slate Top, Walnut Victorian Bowfront Display Cabinet, 7’7” Early Cherry Corner Cabinet w/Single 12 Panel Glazed Door w/Turned Feet, Mahogany and Oak Bowfront Claw Foot China Closets, Pair of French Louis XV Ormolu Mounted Consoles, Pair Ornate LeCoultre Gilded French Mirrors, French Mirrored Sconces, Elaborate French Fireplace Suite to Include: Ornate Screen, Pair Angelic Figural Chenets, Fender and Tools; Large Atmos Beveled Glass Dining Room Table with Twin Ram Carved Stone Pedestals, Parian Bust of Classical Male Figure, ROM Cross Trainer “The Four Minute Workout” Exercise 15 Jewels Machine (as New, Original Cost $14,800), Walnut Victorian Tennessee Marble Top Buffet w/Shelved Mirror, Set of Four Painted New England Plank Seat Chairs, Queen Clock Victoria Court #5 Painted Chest, Five Piece Victorian Oak Bedroom Set, Pine Dry Sink, Ansonia Victorian Mantel Clock, Antique Iron Balance Scale by: J. Fisher and Son, RCA Victor Short-wave Cased Radio, (2) LeCoultre Atmos Clocks (One with 15 Jewels), European Mother-of-Pearl Inlaid Wall Clock, Singer 221K Featherweight Sewing Machine, 5 cent Vintage Slot Machine, (2) Antique Ships Lanterns, etc. CRYSTAL, CHINA AND GLASSWARE TO INCLUDE: 36 Pieces of Gorham Crystal Stemware, Quantity of Sterling Silver Flatware, Hollowware, Bowls; 21” Austrian Porcelain Covered Urn, Lalique and Baccarat Figurines and Vases, Kosta Boda Crystal Vase, 20+ Herend Pieces to Include: Porcelain Fish, Tea Set, Bowls, etc.; Wedgwood China “Sandringham” Pattern Dessert Service For Twelve, Collection of 35+ Green and Blue We dgwood Pieces to Include: Tea Set, Covered Boxes, Vases, etc.; 20+ Lladro Figurines Including a 12” Seagull, Royal Doulton, Hummel, Beswick, Meissen, Royal Copenhagen, Limoges, Swarovski Crystal Flower and Figures, 1960’s Vintage Risqué Glasses, High Grade French Copper Cookware, 10” Weller Vase, etc. COLLECTIBLES TO INCLUDE: Vintage Boxing Pins - Sonny Liston, Joe Louis & Sugar Ray Robinson; Vintage J.J. Walker Dyn-o-mite Talking Dolls, Vintage Richard Nixon & Lyndon Johnson Switch Plate Covers 1968, “Loyal Order of KKK” Barlow Pocket Knife, GE Youth Mickey Mouse Radio, Cast-Iron “State Bank,” Antique Patchwork Welcome Sign, Vintage Alvin “Chipmunks” Telephone, Creative PlayThings, (2) A. Colombo Italian Artist Porcelain Figurines, Group of African Wood Carved Figures and Spear, Quantity of Art and Antique Reference Books including Ten Volumes of Benezit, Vintage Schwinn Bicycle, Assortment of Orientalia to Include: Litho Tuesday Girl Figurines, Platters, Vases, Scrolls, etc.; Framed Vintage Christening Dresses, Toleware Trays, Quantity of Estate Jewelry to Include: 14 Karat Gold Mesh Bracelet, Omega 14 Signed Jerome Kaplan Karat Gold Lady’s Wristwatch and Watch Band, Diamond and Gold Rings, Pendants, Pearl Necklaces and Bracelets; Elegant Vintage Mesh and Designer Purses. ARTWORK TO INCLUDE: 20”x24” Oil Painting of Countryside Landscape Signed: W.W. Fahnestock, 191⁄2”x131⁄2” Lithograph “Tuesday Morning” Signed: Jerome Kaplan, ‘53, 24”x321⁄2” O/C Winter Landscape Signed: CH Young, 9” Crayon Drawing Signed: V. Presser, 361⁄2”x301⁄2” Portrait of a Woman Signed: G. Sehring, 1950, (3) Hand Painted Asian Scrolls on Silk, 16”x121⁄2” Needlepoint, Framed Antique Silhouettes, Vintage Boxing Posters - Roberto Duran, Sugar Ray Leonard 06-20-1980 & 11-251980, 1980 Ring Magazine Reproduction of Frazier & Ali Super Fight II Signed: Joe Frazier, “The Last Hurrah” Holmes/Ali Poster 10-02-1980, 32”x22” Framed Ron Cobb Uncle Tom Ghetto Fires Poster 1967, 1940 Marian Anderson Advertising Calendar, Vintage 1960’s Schaefer Tin Beer Sign, etc. Wilson’s ROM Cross Trainer AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Too much to list, quality additions arriving until sale time! Auctioneers & Appraisers 4 Minute Exerciser PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.wilsonsauction.net, FOR UPDATES ON www.wilsonsauction.net LATE ARRIVALS OR TO BE ADDED TO OUR WEEKLY E-MAIL NOTIFICATION LIST. Terms: Cash, PA Check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Debit. GALLERY: 610-358-9515 First Time Buyers: Check payments accepted only if accompanied by bank letter of credit. 15% Buyer’s Premium.
State Banks Collection Of Wedgwood
Omega Model 1455 14k Wristwatch
Pair Angelic Figural Chenets
4 Ft. 7 In. French Curio Cabinet and Detail Vintage GE Youth Mickey Mouse Radio
7 Ft. 7 In. Early Cherry Corner Cabinet
Pair French Louis XV Consoles
8.5 In. Meissen Candlestick
Barlow KKK Pocketknife The Last Hurrah, Holmes And Ali Fight Poster, 1980
11 In. Lladro Seagull Lg. Beveled Glass DR Table w/Twin Ram Stone Pedestal
Vintage Boxing Poster, 1973 Signed Joe Frazier
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AUCTION SALE BILLS in the early years of the 20th FOR THE LOVE OF century. From approximately
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Julia’s Presents Winter Antiques, Asian, Fine Art Auction Still glowing from another banner year of quality auctions in which they achieved a company record of $46 Million in sales, James D. Julia, Inc. is about to kick things off with an auction that will help pave the way for an exciting 2013. The sale will take place at their Fairfield, Maine gallery from January 30 to February 1. Bill Gage and his team have once again assembled a stunning array of fine art, antiques, folk art, and rare Asian objects from various collections and estates from across North America including selections from the Collection of the late P.Y. Wang and the late John Gale Collection of New England paintings. Fine arts begin the threeday sale and features the collection of the late John Gale
An excellent oil on board by Mable May Woodward of a Roman street scene shows two provincial women assembling bouquets for their flower stand in the shade of a big umbrella. Fresh from a Waterville, Maine estate mere miles from Julia’s facility, it carries an estimate of $5,000 to $10,000.
ings by William L. Stevens, 5 paintings by Frederick Mulhaupt and 68 other fresh works that are sure to capture the attention of serious collectors. One coveted lot will be a large and beautiful oil on canvas harbor scene by Frederick Mulhaupt entitled “Gloucester Gill Netters” depicting several fisherman in the misty morning preparing their nets for a day on the water. With exhibition labels for the National Arts Club and the Cape Ann Arts Festival, this great work carries a presale estimate of $50,000 to $80,000. This is followed by several smaller works by the artist such as one entitled “Harbor Life” showing several small boats moored at dock with workers tending to fishing nets. It is expected to bring $20,000 to
housed in a Guido gold leaf frame, it was once displayed at the Boston Art Club. Likewise displaying an able hand in the depiction of a New England winter is Aldro Thompson Hibbard whose oil on canvas village scene shows quaint buildings blanketed in snow while a man leads a skidder of logs
across a stone bridge. Accurately capturing the essence of early 20th Century Yankee America, this large piece comes with an estimate of $25,000 to $35,000. Gale continued to show his ability to acquire exquisite pieces with such works as Hibbard’s large “Bridge at Bath, N.H.” (Continued on page 11)
QUALITY PUBLIC AUCTION CIVIL WAR & WWII GERMAN MILITARIA ESTATE COLLECTION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2013 AT 9:00 A.M.
Preview Friday, February 15 from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M. (Blizzard date - Sunday, February 17 at 9:00 A.M.) Auction held indoors at the Leesport Farmers Market Banquet Hall at 312 Gernants Church Rd.,
LEESPORT, BERKS CO., PA
Located off of Rt. 61 approx. 10 miles north of Reading or 6 miles south of Hamburg. Microtel Inn and Suites located N. of Hamburg. 450+ items including pistols, rifles, swords, bayonets, daggers, field gear, helmets, hats, caps, uniforms, flags, banners, sashes, armbands, badges, medals, buttons, newspapers, magazines, books, photos, pictures, etc. Note: All items mixed in throughout auction and sold without Reserve. No buyer’s premium, No absentee bids. Firearms will be taken to local gun dealer for background check unless buyer provides proper F.F.L. identification.
Also from the Gale collection is Aldro Thompson Hibbard’s oil on canvas village scene showing quaint buildings blanketed in snow while a man leads a skidder of logs across a stone bridge. Accurately capturing the essence of early 20th Century Yankee America, this large piece comes with an estimate of $25,000 to $35,000.
$30,000. Carrying the same estimate is his chilling oil on board depiction of a semifrozen canal. Entitled “The Ice-Breaker’s Path” and
Terms: Cash, PA check or Traveler’s check accepted. No out-ofstate checks. Auctioneers: Dennis F. Wagner, AU-001427-L Tracy L. Wagner, AU-003172-L Phone: 610-562-7445 or 610-741-3828
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of Cambridge, Massachusetts. It includes over 130 New England paintings, most from the Rockport/Gloucester School. Gale grew up and lived in rural Vermont where he had a great appreciation for its natural beauty and culture. Over the years he collected paintings that reminded him of his days in Vermont. Understandably, one of his favorite artists was Vermont’s own Aldro Hibbard. Gale’s collection included a remarkable offering of Hibbard works, 26 in total. Gale also gravitated towards the artists of Cape Ann who often
worked in Massachusetts and New Hampshire capturing autumn and winter landscapes. He had a good eye for art and was always upgrading his collection to feature the best examples of these artists. This fabulous collection includes 35 paint-
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The cavalcade of weathervanes includes a rare and important Nancy Hanks horse drawn sulky with pneumatic tires. Attributed to the famed J.W. Fiske Company of New York, it comes in with a $15,000 to $20,000 estimate.
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Rifles: Many new in the box Browning lever, bolt and auto models; Weatherby; Winchester 52 w/Unertl plus other bolt and lever; Remington 121 Routledge, Ruger No.1; Marlin levers; and many other makers. Shotguns: Nice selection of high grade O/U, pump, and SxS incl. Browning, Beretta, and AYA plus numerous field grade from Winchester, Remington, and others. Pistols incl. Colt, S&W, with a large collection of Ruger revolvers, both old and new models. Military: Mauser 1896 broomhandle w/stock, Walther PPK, Colt 1911-A1, Remington M1903, trapdoor carbine, Ross rifle. Antique features a Sharps 1863 model rifle in superb condition. Ammo plus reloading dies, brass, primers, and powder for rifle, pistol, shotgun with over 400 pounds of lead. Gun Safes. WWII Militaria with ID’d U.S. uniforms plus German items incl. Luftwaffe pilot badge, dress dagger, and helmet plus more. Winchester collection of tools, knives, ice skates, roller skates, hand tools, axes, lubricants, and smalls. Taxidermy including elk, dall sheep, bobcat, fox, and pheasant. Fishing reels and fishing tackle.
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With a quintessentially New England covered bridge leading to a village road lined with a church, a mill, and houses, it is estimated for $20,000 to $30,000. His large landscape scene of Mount
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from Europe and beyond. French artist Victor Gabriel Gilbert’s outstanding Parisian street scene shows a stocked flower cart as the stationary focal point among bustling pedestrians and horse drawn
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A recent discovery is an amazing Korean 10-panel folding longevity screen that is considered by many to be one of the finest examples known. This important 18th/19th century screen is chock full of Asian symbolism for life and endurance. This rare piece is offered unreserved and is an outstanding opportunity for any collector of Korean art.
Victorian furniture includes American Aesthetic Revival pieces such as an 8-piece Herter Brothers inlaid walnut parlor suite. The set features elaborate carvings and friezes set with marquetry vinery and comes to the block with a $15,000 to $20,000 estimate.
Chocorua in New Hampshire shows the majestic peaks in soft cool colors forming the background looming over a tree-lined lake. It, too, comes with a $20,000 to $30,000 estimate. There is also a great number of his smaller works.
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its original verdigris surfaces. It comes fresh to the market estimated for $15,000 to $20,000 while a Harris & Co. example with nice intact gilding and verdigris patina carries a $10,000 to $15,000 estimate. Other folk art includes an important pair of spectacular
red painted and eagle decorated Portsmouth, New Hampshire presentation fire buckets. Each decorated with a dramatic shielded eagle surrounded by banners inscribed “William Gookin—Mechanic Fire Society”. Gookin (18131857) was a member of the (Continued on page 13)
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vehicles. Primarily selftaught, Gilbert demonstrated a keen eye for the craft and was widely collected during his life, a feat many artists unfortunately fail to achieve. It now comes estimated for $8,000 to $12,000. A most
This antique rhinoceros horn raft cup, a work of great art created in the 18th century, long before the animal population began to decline is one of only 18 examples of this rare form known to exist on the entire planet. Depicting the explorer Zhang Qian along with a female passenger in a highly elaborate carved hollowed tree trunk boat, it is highly unlikely collectors will see another in their lifetime. It comes estimated for $40,000 to $60,000.
Other highlights from the Gale collection include numerous works by William Lester Stevens, such as his large oil on canvas of an old mill in Vermont. The ramshackle building rests beside
unusual abstract entitled “Muria Myth” by Indian artist J. Sultan Ali from 1967 of a seminude native figure carries an estimate of $25,000 to $30,000. The second day features a
a partially frozen waterfall that leads to a rock lined brook covered with snow. Brimming with charm and realism, it is expected to sell for $15,000 to $20,000. A similar scene showing a more stylized depiction of a snow covered brook side mill likewise is estimated for $15,000 to $20,000. A change of pace for Stevens is his warmer looking seaside scene of Lanes Cove showing a rocky shoreline with boats seen off in the distance. This large oil carries an estimate of $10,000 to $15,000. Gale’s estate collection continues with various other fine paintings including Gruppe and other Rockport artists as well as a number of lovely bronzes also worthy of attention.
vast array of antiques and folk art including over 10 weathervanes, as well as Bellamy carved eagles, painted game boards, nautical items, painted and formal furniture, historical documents, clocks, and more. Numbering over 500 lots, there is something for just about everyone. The cavalcade of weathervanes includes a rare and important Nancy Hanks horse drawn sulky with pneumatic tires. Attributed to the famed J.W. Fiske Company of New York, the detail and quality are unmatched. In gilt and verdigris surfaces, it comes in with a $15,000 to $20,000 estimate. Also featured is an exceptional and stout Cushing & White example with well defined head and horns, and
Folk art includes an important pair of spectacular red painted and eagle decorated Portsmouth, New Hampshire presentation fire buckets. Each decorated with a dramatic shielded eagle surrounded by banners. Recently discovered in a Massachusetts home of a Portsmouth family descendant, the pair comes estimated for $35,000 to $45,000.
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A Young Collector’s Wish To Santa That Came True A young collector named Olivia made out her Christmas list for Santa. She was planning to put it out Christmas Eve, just like other children, so Santa could leave her wishes. With just a couple of days left before Christmas, she showed it to her mom. She was surprised to see on the top of her list a request for a Barbie Skating outfit from 1962 - 1964, called “Icebreaker.” Most other little girls would have just said they wanted Santa to bring them a Barbie doll, but this 7-1/2 year old little girl, in the 2nd grade, had been exact. Her mother, one of four girls in her family, had been the youngest and was the one to get all of her older sisters’ Barbies. Since the Barbies had been handed down to her, she, in turn, gave them to her daughter to play with. Since the
Barbies still had the original booklets, Olivia discovered the missing “Icebreaker” outfit in her mother’s collection. We all know that Santa only makes new toys and vintage items are not something the elves get requests for, so in this case, mom had to step in. This request was number 1 on her list and knowing that Olivia would not understand that Santa does not have vintage toys in his workshop, her mother began to search the Internet. It was Saturday morning and chances of getting anything in the mail by Christmas was slim, as there would be only one delivery day for the mail on Monday. As mom searched for the Barbie “Icebreaker” outfit , she came across the site, icollect247.com. They had one for sale. It was 10:49 AM with really no
time to loose. Irene Davis, owner of the site, was checking her email for the morning when a request caught her eye. The request was sent to the website and not to an individual store. The email said: “Help! Can you ship the Barbie Ice Breaker outfit to arrive on Monday for a present from Santa?” With a phone number attached to the request she called Olivia’s mom and explained that she was from icollect247.com and there were over 85 dealers on the site. She asked if she knew which store had the outfit. Irene knew that she had one in her store, but was not sure if that was the one she had seen. Olivia’s mom said it was in Irene Davis’ store, not realizing that she was talking to Irene. By 11:30 a.m., Irene was at the post office and shipped the package next
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course, are the many College Girl sets. Picturing Gibsongirl types representing their sweetheart’s college, these cards covered pretty much the entire spectrum of the college football scene before World War I. Often the school’s yell, pennant, and seal were also featured. Comics, holidays, especially Thanksgiving Day which is traditionally connected to football, and novelty post-
cards abound. For the avid football fan, the season may last for a few months in the fall, but for the collector of football postcards, there are never any “time-outs.”
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some cards of the University of Wisconsin and the YaleHarvard games. What is plentiful are stadium postcards. Syracuse University in New York was the first college to build a giant temple for the sport. Dozens of different cards, apparently undergoing huge printing runs, were produced
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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. 8 A.M. COINS: 20+ Vintage Gold Pcs. Incl. 3 - $20, 1 - $10, 6 - $5, 7 - $21⁄2, & 3 - $1; 300+ Silver Dollars Incl. Key Dates, 4 GSA CC Morgans 81, 2 - 84, 85; 1881-CC, 1882-CC, 1890-CC, 1899-P, 1903-P, 2 - 1921 Peace, etc.; Commemorative Halves Incl. 1918 Lincoln, 1936 Texas, 1936 Long Island, etc.; Other Key Dates Incl. W.L.H. 1916 P & D, 1938 D, 1921 D & S. 1932-D Washington Quarter, 1832 Bust Dime Au +, 1861 Silver 3¢ Piece AU/BU, 1800 & 1803 Lg. Cents, 1809 & 1835 Half Cents & Many Other Early Type Coins; Sev. 2009 Lincoln Comm. Dollars & Eagles Graded; Silver Ounces Incl. Proof Mexican Silver Libertads 1 oz., 2 oz., 5 oz. & 1 K.G. Plus American Eagles, Chinese Pandas & More; Also, Misc. Face Silver Dimes, Quarters & Halves. 9:30 A.M. WATCHES: 200+ Incl. Man’s Rolex 1950’s, Vintage Breitling Chronograph, Vulcain Chronograph, Tissot Touch, Heuer 3000, Omega Seamaster Quartz, Ebel 18k & S.S., Hamilton Ladies w/Diamonds, Other Gold Ladies’ Watches, Movado Ermetophon, Sev. Pocket Watches, Hamilton, etc.; Lg. # Vintage Men’s Watches. 10 A.M. JEWELRY: 200+ Lots of Gold, Diamonds, Sterling, Rhinestones, etc. Incl. Gold & Diamonds - Lg. Sel. Diamond Rings, Earrings, Pendants, etc. Incl. Sev. Lg. Diamonds Various Shapes, Vintage Filigree Diamond Rings; Diamond Stud Earrings; Sev. Nice Diamond Pendants; Lg. Sel. Gemstone Jewelry Incl. Ruby, Sapphires, Opals, Emeralds, Tanzanite & More; Vict. Gold Lavalieres, Rings, Cameos, Stickpins, etc. Many Strands of Pearls; Huge Sel. Very Nice Gold Jewelry, Modern & Vintage; STERLING SILVER JEWELRY; VICT. 100+ Pcs. Incl. Bracelets, Pins, Earrings, Necklaces, Rings & More in Gold, Sterling & Gold Filled - Very Nice Lg. Sel. Vict. Jewelry. Rhinestones, etc. 200+ Pcs. Incl. Sev. Signed Pcs.; Many Pins, Bracelets, Necklaces & Earrings; Also Crystal Jewelry; 40+ Lg. Box Lots Costume Jewelry. VERY NICE SELECTION - SEE PHOTOS & CATALOG ON WEBSITE OR AUCTIONZIP 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 www.hess-auction.com
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showcasing the Syracuse Stadium in all of its glory. A few years later, Yale University, in New Haven, Connecticut, constructed its famous Yale Bowl and a subsequent tidal wave pictured the Eli’s new home. By this time, college football was proving to be a gigantic source of revenue, and it seemed that no stadium could be built to hold all the fans who wanted to buy tickets for the big games. For the last 50 years, or 1906 football team of Cushing Academy (Ashburnham, so, portrayals of professional The Massachusetts). Black-and-white photo type. players have dominated. Entire team rosters have often been featured on large sets and used for publicity. There have also been some cards overprinted for the various Super Bowl championship 270 GRANT ST., 17557 battles. On the college scenes, a FEBRUARY AUCTION SCHEDULE few postcards can be found AUCTIONS START AT 5 P.M. picturing the teams, the capPREVIEW WEDNESDAY 12 NOON-5 P.M. tain, or the coach. Often the THURS., FEB. 7: SPORTS - TOOLS year’s schedule is printed on one-half of the address side. THURS., FEB. 14: ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Coming into popularity are THURS., FEB. 21: QUALITY ANTIQUES & COINS cards with illustrations of colFasting Growing Auction In Lancaster County! lege mascots or symbols, as We Can Sell At Our Auction Gallery Or On-Site. well as scenes of cheerleaders Give Us A Call So We Can Help Determine and marching bands. Stadium What Will Work Best For You! views are still being printed AUCTION GALLERY PHONE # 717-351-5551 in large quantities. GIVE US A CALL FOR ALL YOUR AUCTION NEEDS A number of interesting cards with football themes, John Hums Auctions 570-490-1284 aside from those of teams and JOHNHUMSAUCTIONS.COM players, were also published email@example.com in the early years of the last PROUD MEMBER OF THE PAA * NAA AU005469 RH000984 century. The largest tie-in, or
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Mechanic Fire Society and was admitted in 1839 as member #78. Recently discovered in a Massachusetts home of a Portsmouth family descendant, the pair comes estimated for $35,000 to $45,000.
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finish and a Model A II square-tail baby grand in mahogany case. They carry estimates of $3,000 to $5,000 and $4,000 to $6,000, respectively. The third and final day will be devoted to approximately 800 lots of Asian art
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addition of well-known Asian specialist James Callahan as department head has helped in attracting some truly special offerings. One such discovery is an amazing Korean 10panel folding longevity Ivory model of a ship executed by a prisoner of war and done screen that is considered by with the exquisite detail and delicate rigging of a true artist. It many to be one of the finest carries a presale estimate of $10,000 to $15,000. examples known. This
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William Lester Stevens’ large oil on canvas of an old mill in Vermont brims with charm and realism. From the Gale collection, it is expected to sell for $15,000 to $20,000.
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Folk art of a nautical variety includes ship portraits including a beautiful Antonio Jacobsen. An exemplary example, this piece depicts a fully rigged double masted pilot boat “Fannie” in New York Harbor. Exhibiting some of the finest work Jacobsen had ever done, it is shown sailing right to left over choppy gray water. It comes from a private Maryland collection with an estimate of $15,000 to $20,000. The day continues with various historical documents, painted game boards, gold and silver coins, fine early porcelain, glass, and much more. In addition will be a selection of early American furniture (including selections from the Nugent Estate), as well as Federal & Sheraton furniture, numerous pieces of fine high art Victorian furniture including American Aesthetic Revival pieces such as an 8-piece Herter Brothers inlaid walnut parlor suite. Comprised of a triple back settee, a pair of gentleman’s armchairs, three smaller lady’s armchairs and pair of side chairs, the set features elaborate carvings and friezes set with marquetry vinery and comes to the block with a $15,000 to $20,000 estimate. A truly exceptional and large antique carved “Father and Mother Time” clock is of special interest. It comes directly from the private collection of well-known actress Polly Bergen and is estimated for $30,000 to $50,000. The sale continues with two gorgeous Steinway
Folk art of a nautical variety includes ship portraits including a beautiful Antonio Jacobsen. An exemplary example, this piece depicts a fully rigged double masted pilot boat “Fannie” in New York Harbor. It comes from a private Maryland collection with an estimate of $15,000 to $20,000.
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French artist Victor Gabriel Gilbert’s outstanding Parisian street scene showing a stocked flower cart as the stationary focal point among bustling pedestrians comes estimated for $8,000 to $12,000.
and artifacts. Julia’s Asian department has been extremely active and successful recently and the
This large and beautiful oil on canvas harbor scene by Frederick Mulhaupt entitled “Gloucester Gill Netters” depicts several fisherman in the misty morning preparing their nets for a day on the water. This great work from the John Gale collection carries a presale estimate of $50,000 to $80,000.
important 18th/19th century screen is chock full of Asian symbolism for life and endurance including cranes, tortoises and deer among gardens, mountains, rivers, and waterfalls. Its equal simply does not exist. This rare piece is offered unreserved and is an outstanding opportunity for any collector of Korean art. Julia’s has handled many important Chinese items of extreme rarity and desirability. A few such instances relate to previous offerings of elegant and elaborate antique ceremonial libation cups made from rhinoceros horns. Rhino horns are highly sought after in certain Asian circles for their professed medicinal qualities, which has resulted in a very high demand. Trade in contemporary horns is now outlawed to prevent the harvesting of these rare creatures. This sale, however, (Continued on page 15)
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WANTED OLD STOCK Certificates both Railroad & Non-Railroad. Also old Auto License Plates, call 717-292-0639 or write to Charles Pike, 5040 Carlisle Rd., Dover, PA 17315.
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VINTAGE DOLL & Teddy Bear Clothing & accessories, large inventory, call 732-580-7771.
OLD TOY TRAINS, collector will pay generously for well-kept (1900-1970) Lionel, Flyer, Marklin and Ives, trains & accessories. Dr. Bob 215-348-0944
SHEET MUSIC WANTED, any era. Sandy Marrone, 113 Oakwood Drive, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077, 856-829-6104 E-mail email@example.com
KEYSTONE TELEPHONE COMPANY of Philadelphia Wanted. Telephones and related items, signs, telephone books. Call Andy, 732-986-2637 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WANTED OLD RADIOS, Tubes, Hi-Fi Equip., Amplifiers, Speakers, Ham Radios, Tube Testers & related items. Large and small collections. Call Rich 484-948-8044, Pottstown, PA.
FOR SALE: Large Collection of Italian Pottery pieces. Plates, vases, souvenirs, etc. Want to sell as collection. Call for more information. 717-625-4310
MILITARY & SPORTING FIREARMS- all periods Wanted, Bucks Co. Collector will pay more for single items or collections. Call 215-858-5506 or email email@example.com Will travel.
Vintage Tube Electronics DEAD OR ALIVE
OIL PAINTING by Richard George Hinchliffe, British, 1868-1942, 20x30 inches. Flapper era girl, nude, outdoors. $750. Phone 717-625-4310
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
FRENCH PROVINCIAL CHAIR excellent condition, call 215-932-2590
1964 AMI JUKEBOX, many new records, good working condition, $800 obo, call 715-651-8751.
I BUY RUSSIAN Samovars (brass, copper, silverplate, nickelplate, coin silver). Also interested in other fine Russian antiques. Please send photos to: Attn. Igor, 14814 Palmerston Sq., Centreville, VA 20120, 301-919-2798.
OCEAN LINER MEMORABILIA china, glassware, silver, paper, souvenirs, posters or models. Cunard, French Line, White Star Line, Italian Line, etc. 607-625-3947
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features an antique rhinoceros horn raft cup, a work of great art created in the 18th century, long before the animal population began to decline. Only approximately 18 examples of this rare form are known to exist on the entire planet, it depicts the explorer Zhang Qian along with a female passenger in a highly elaborate carved hollowed tree trunk boat with foliate accents. It has been mounted to an exquisite Tzu Tan stand carved in the form of stylized waves. It is highly unlikely collectors will see another in their lifetime; it comes estimated for $40,000 to $60,000. Portions of the P.Y. Wang collection are also included, comprising a virtual cornucopia of both quality and quantity including over 100 scrolls, jade, ivory, textiles, and much more. An outstanding pair of 18th century cinnabar bottle vases with decoration of red poppies on a yellow background are further enhanced by inlaid with jade birds and mother of pearl butterflies. These exquisite works of antique Chinese art are truly special and are also being offered unreserved. Another great Asian rarity is a low three rail Louhan bed carved with dragons and a most unusual marriage bed with lovely traditional decoration. The latter’s horizontal surface is raised on deeply
carved foo dog feet and is surrounded by three carved walls inset with hand painted porcelain panels, creating almost a separate room for some additional privacy. The two beds come estimated for $3,000 to $5,000 and $2,000 to $3,000, respectively. These are joined by a large offering of ivory carvings, carved jade, etc. numbering in the hundreds as well as porcelain export, bronzes (including Ming), over 100 scrolls and watercolors, table and floor screens, textiles (including silk robes), cloisonné, furniture, and much more. More information on the Julia auction can be obtained by going to their website at www.jamesdjulia.com or calling (207) 453-7125. Free full-color brochures are available, or their lavish, full-color, detailed and illustrated catalogs are available for $40. A limited number of free catalogs will be available via Julia’s website, needing only to pay shipping & handling (U.S. Priority Mail: $6 or FedEx 2-Day: $17). Previews for the auctions will be January 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Wednesday through Friday (January 30-February 1) from 8 to 10 a.m. and during the auction sessions. The auction commences at 10 a.m. on the days of the sale at Julia’s auction facilities on Rt. 201 in Fairfield, Maine.
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December Results And Spring Sale Announcements For Holabird-Kagin Gold, currency and coins were the big attraction at Saturday’s Holabird-Kagin Americana auction that took place at the Atlantis Casino Resort in Reno, Nevada. The first half of the auction featured fast and furious bidding on a vast array of western bank notes, including some unique and very rare Mormon Currency and scrip. The pattern and coin section also had spirited bidding with the 1839 Gobrecht Dollar leading the way with the high interest selling for $86,260. Also impressive was the action on a rare Canadian 50 cent piece ($31,050) as well as the assorted ingots, both silver and gold, that brought in high prices. Gold also proved to be a big ticket item, with healthy bidding on several nuggets, including the 28 ounce nugget from Alaska ($70,000) and the gold leaf fan specimen fetching more than their weight in dollars. On the Americana front,
Railroadiana was popular as usual, with the Mears Silverton RR pass causing a lot of fervor among the bid-
ders ($12,500), as did several vintage photographs from the age of steam. Also on the subject of transportation a very rare Wells Fargo stock certificate ($15,500). The Ezra Meeker miners’ candlestick ($14,900) with accompanying archive went well beyond minimum and a beautiful,
nearly 10 troy oz. gold nugget necklace ($23,900) as well as a pocket watch once owned by Comstock maven Eilley Oram Bowers ($14,375) added to the energy of the over 800 lot auction. For complete prices realized please visit our website at www.HolabirdAmericana.co m. April’s auction should be even more exciting as Holabird-Kagin gathers together consigners from every part of the world looking to share their collections and artifacts with others as passionate as themselves. Upcoming collections and items for the spring auction include the Totheroh California Fractional Gold Coin Collection, the Panamint Indian Basket Collection, the Ledbetter American Indian Collection, the George Wingfield Family Collection, a rare Northern California Token Collection and a
large and varied collection of Mark Twain First Editions. So, stay tuned. There’s more excitement due next spring. Should you have any questions about the upcoming spring sale or would like to be a consignor, contact the Holabird-Kagin offices at (877) 852-8822 or on the web at www.holabirdameri cana.com.
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French Iron Floor Lamps
Auction Sales 2500 Market Street, (Rt. 452 at I-95)
Modern Design Auction
Baker by Barbara Barry
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2013
Chrome and Lucite
www.AuctionUp.com for the online catalog
11 A.M. Uncataloged Furniture 11 A.M. Uncataloged Smalls 2 P.M. Catalog Items 5 P.M. Uncataloged Modern Art Wall.
Decorator Benches Hans Wegner
Danish Teak Danish Settees
11 A.M.: Uncataloged smalls, Artwork, table lots, modern glassware including Murano, Dansk, Collection of Art books, accessories and art. Teak, Lucite, Italian Glassware, Danish flatware, textiles and more. Always selling 3 hours of uncataloged smalls. 11 A.M. Uncataloged furniture. Always selling 3+ hours of uncataloged modern design. Including late additions, Lighting, Artwork, Chrome, Blond and Danish furniture, Projects, Parts, Fabrics and Mirrors. Some of the best “Finds” are in the uncataloged section. 2 P.M.: Cataloged Modern Design: Aldo Tura, Barbara Barry for Baker, Paolo Piva, Harvey Probber, Edmund Spence, Milo Baughman, Poul Kjaerholm, Pace, Stuart Paul Studio Furniture, French Iron Lamps, Pottery, Industrial, Decorator Benches, Art Deco, Rosewood, Curtis Jere, Harry Bertoia Sculptures, Paul McCobb, Adrian Pearsall, Baker, Robert Loughlin, Mastercraft, Eames, much more. 5 P.M. Uncataloged Modern art wall. For More Info Call (610) 485-7400 INSPECTION: MONDAY 3-6 P.M. & From 10 A.M. Day of Sale. TERMS: 19% Buyer’s Premium (Discounted to 15% for Cash or check in full day of sale), VISA/MC, Known checks, Lic. #AH64L
Lot of Danish
Norman Bel Geddes Paolo Piva
Pace Pair of Decorator Chests
Herman Miller Swag Leg Desk
Milo Baughman Lounges
Stewart Paul Credenza
Paul McCobb Sideboard
Pace - Lucite Arms
Harry Bertoia Scultures
Keystone Auctions, LLC Early American & European Antiques, Fine Arts & Decorative Accessories Auction Estates from Philadelphia, York, Lancaster, Reading & Others Auction Time: Great Collectables
Saturday, February 16th, 2013 9 A.M.
Preview: Thursday and Friday, Feb. 14th & 15th 9:30 A.M.-6 P.M.; Sat., Feb. 16th 8 A.M.-9 A.M. (slightly limited preview during auction) Location: York Fairgrounds, Pennsylvania Room, 334 Carlisle Ave.,
18th C. Chippendale Furniture
York, PA 17404
Furniture - Period Philadelphia Walnut Chippendale side chair, Period Chippendale Chester County Blanket Chest original surface, 19th C. Painted Harvest Table, 19th Century Pennsylvania Farm Table, Period English Chippendale Chest-of-Drawers, Period Philadelphia Sideboard, English Lowboy, Oak Barrister Bookcases, Country Furniture, Cabinet made furniture, Queen Anne Style Dining Chairs, Windsor Style Stools, Early 19th C. Cherry Jelly Cupboard and much more; 18th/19th Century Iron & Brass - Including many pairs of Andirons, Knife and Blade Andirons, 18th C. Fire Dogs, Philadelphia Brass Andirons; Massive Copper Kettle, Gooseneck Teapot and much more; Antiques - 18th C. Glass, Many 19th C. Bottles by J.A. Kohl, Lambertville, NJ in green, Jade Garnitures, 19th C. Trade Signs, Fine Braided Rugs, Many Folk Art Hooked Rugs, Lots of Blue Decorated Stoneware, Folk Art, Automotive Lamps, Scales, Abram Clark Mild 5 Cent Cigar Dispenser from York, PA; and much more. 19th C. Russian Bronze - Equestrian Cossack Soldier signed Sculp Samonoff, 18th & 19th C. Violins (one labeled “Vuillaume, Rue Croix Des Petits Champs 46”, another labeled “Thomas Eberle, Fecit Neap 1791, Gesu e Maria” and two others violins; Political/Military Items - Vintage 12 ft. Alfred Mossman Landon Presidential Banner, Maple Kentucky Rifle, Large Nazi Flag/Banner, R. H. Gratz Civil War era Bull’s-eye Canteen; Rare bronze medal (stuck during World War I to commemorate the German Army entering Paris, the German Army never reached Paris so these were never distributed (An example can be found in the Imperial War Museums); Silver, Estate Jewelry & Coins - (No Reserves on Silver, Jewelry, Gold or Coins) - Over 90 Lots of Jewelry and Sterling Silver including lots of European 14k & 18k Gold, Estate Sterling, Pearls, Gemstones, Sapphires, Cameo Pin, Pocket Watches, Two 14k Gold Ladies’ Wristwatches and Bands, Sterling Flatware, Coin Silver, Costume Jewelry, Coins - Over 79 Lots of coins including 1888 German Prussia 10 Mark Gold Coin, 1899-S $10 Liberty Gold Eagle, 1776 1000 Reis Gold Coin, 1723 Escudo Gold Coin, 1725 Escudo Gold Coin, 1728 Escudo Gold Coin, 1822 1⁄2 Peca Gold Coin; Lots of Silver US Coins and Foreign Silver Coins and Currency. Picking up consignments weekly for this Auction
Keystone Auctions, LLC - P.O. Box 3308, York, PA 17402
Lots of Hooked Rugs
Lots of Oriental Rugs
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Auctioneers: Garrett Klinger, Steve Wilt, Kim Hemmingway Questions Call Gary Klinger (owner operator) 717-755-8954 Auctioneer ID #19814 www.AuctionsByKeystone.com Online Bidding Available via LiveAuctioneers (http://www.liveauctioneers.com/browse/seller/GBK585) online catalog available Saturday, January 26th. Terms & Conditions will be available online & the day of the sale. A Buyer’s Premium of 15% for Good Check, Cash & Same Day Pickup will be charged.
18th C. Andirons
Kentucky Long Rifle 18th C. Prints 18th C. American Chippendale Chair
Many Braided Rugs Trade Signs
18th C. Chester Co. Blanket Chest
Lots of Victorian Furniture
Philadelphia Hitching Post
19th C. Portrait Over 100 Lot of Coins No Reserve
Russian Bronze - “Sculp Samonoff”
Wooden Ships Model
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