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VOL. 43, NO. 14 FRIDAY APRIL 6, 2012
Explore Nature This Spring... See It ‘Up Close’ With Van Gogh
am always obliged to go it out. Created between 1886 and and gaze at a blade of grass, 1890 in Paris, Arles, Saint-Rémy, a pine-tree branch, an ear of and Auvers, the works in the exhiwheat, to calm myself,” Vincent bition concentrate on an important van Gogh wrote in a letter to his and previously overlooked aspect sister, Wilhemina, in July of of van Gogh’s work: “close-ups” 1889. An artist of exceptional that bring familiar subjects such as intensity, not only in his use of landscape elements, still lifes, and color and exuberant application flowers into the extreme foreof paint but also in his personal life, van Gogh was powerfully and passionately drawn to nature. From 1886, when van Gogh left Antwerp for Paris, to 1890 when he ended his own life in Auvers, van Gogh’s feverish artistic experimentation and zeal for the natural world propelled him to radically refashion his still lifes and landscapes. With an ardent desire to engage the viewer with the strength of the emotions he experienced before nature, van Gogh radically altered and at times even abandoned traditional Iris, 1889. Vincent Willem van Gogh, Dutch, 1853pictorial strategies in 1890. Oil on thinned cardboard, mounted on order to create still canvas, 24-1/2 by 19 inches (62.2 by 48.3 cm). lifes and landscapes, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. the likes of which had never before been seen. ground of the composition or focus Van Gogh Up Close, a major on them in ways that are entirely exhibition organized by the unexpected and without precedent. Philadelphia Museum of Art and These landscapes and still lifes
After unsuccessfully pursuing careers as an art dealer, teacher, and pastor, Vincent van Gogh (18531890), prompted by his brother Theo, began to study art in 1880. In the Netherlands in 1885, he completed his first major works using a palette of browns, greens, grays, and blacks. A year later, his work underwent a striking shift when, arriving in Paris, he was confronted for the first time by the Impressionist paintings of Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, and by the new pointillist works of Seurat and others. These progressive artists inspired him to lighten his palette and modernize his brushstroke. At roughly the same time, van Gogh began to collect Japanese Almond Blossom, 1890. Vincent Willem van Gogh, Dutch, 1853-1890. Oil on canvas, woodblock prints, fascinat28-15/16 by 36-1/4 inches (73.5 by 92 cm). Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. ed by their vibrant color, high horizon lines, tilting be seen in the United States only in sources of inspiration for him. Philadelphia (through May 6, While van Gogh was loudly dis- perspectives, and truncated or 2012) before traveling to the missive of photography, the medi- unusually cropped edges. These National Gallery of Canada in um offers intriguing parallels with influences encouraged van Gogh Ottawa. The exhibition is accom- his work and it is possible that van to experiment with a radical treatpanied by a fully illustrated cata- Gogh would have been fascinated ment of field and space, flattenlogue and offers a wide range of by contemporary landscape pho- ing and compressing the picture plane in his paintings in order to programs. tographs. Up Close features over 70 “The exhibition explores an create a sense of shifting perspecworks, including 46 paintings by van Gogh and more than 30 comparative works like
Garden in Auvers, circa 1890. Vincent Willem van Gogh, Dutch, 1853 25-3/16 by 31-1/2 inches (64 by 80 cm). Private Collection.
Vineyards at Auvers, 1890. Vincent Willem van Gogh, Dutch, 1853 25-3/16 by 31-1/2 inches (64 by 80 cm). Saint Louis Art Museum.
the National Gallery of Canada, presents a group of the artist’s most daring and innovative works that broke with the past and dramatically altered the course of modern painting. The exhibition opened in February, but Spring seems the perfect season to check
have not previously been seen together or identified before as critical to our understanding of van Gogh’s artistic achievement. Van Gogh Up Close, includes major loans from museums and private collections in Europe, North America, and Japan, and can
Japanese woodblock prints by Utagawa Hiroshige Oil on canvas, and Hayashi Roshü; European prints and drawings by Jean Corot, Camille Pissarro, and Jacob Ruisdael; and photographs by Frederick Evans, August Kotzsch, and others. Van Gogh was an avid collector of Japanese and European prints and drawings by artists whose aesthetic devices served as
important facet of van Gogh’s work that underscores his importance as a path-finding modern artist,” comments Timothy Rub, the George D. Widener Director and CEO of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. “In seeking to share the intensity of his emotional response to the world around him as directly as possible, van Gogh took the traditional methods making pictures and changed the rules.”
1890. Oil on canvas,
tive and tension. Working initially in the apartment he shared with Theo in Montmartre, van Gogh painted a series of still lifes of flowers and fruit such as Still Life with Pears (1888, Gemäldegalerie Neue Meister, Dresden) and Sunflowers (1887, Metropolitan Museum of Art). In these works, objects are often seen from above, yet are placed very close to the picture plane in a tightly cropped space (Continued on page 2)
www.antiquesandauctionnews.net Amsterdam) reflect a Japanese influence in their high horizon lines and bold colors. Here van Gogh began to adopt a more structured, deliberA Pair of Shoes, 1887. Vincent Willem Sunflowers, 1887. Vincent Willem van ate treatment van Gogh, Dutch, 1853-1890. Oil on Gogh, Dutch, 1853-1890. Oil on canvas, of his subcanvas, 12-7/8 by 16-5/16 inches 17 by 24 inches (43.2 by 61 cm), Framed: jects. The open (32.7 by 41.5 cm). The Baltimore 26-1/4 by 33-1/2 by 2-1/2 inches (66.7 by Museum of Art: The Cone Collection. 85.1 by 6.4 cm). The Metropolitan compositions Museum of Art, Rogers Fund. that van Gogh cropping out the created in Arles gave way to a horizon. series of landscapes painted By the in Saint-Rémy, where van spring of 1888, Gogh had committed himself troubled by to an asylum late in 1888 after intense personal his break with Gauguin, and anxieties, van continued in Auvers outside Gogh sought Paris, where van Gogh ultirefuge from city mately took his life in 1890. life and moved In these densely packed comto Arles in the positions, the artist evoked south of France. the immediacy and closeness There he hoped of his surroundings as he conto emulate tinued to develop an intimate, Japanese artists, close up focus. The exhibition Rain, 1889. Vincent Willem van Gogh, Dutch, working in close 1853-1890. Oil on canvas, 28-7/8 by 36-3/8 communion with culminates in an audacious series of still lifes which were inches (73.3 by 92.4 cm). Philadelphia Museum and painted outdoors and take as of Art. The Henry P. McIlhenny Collection in nature studying “a sin- their subject an extremely memory of Frances P. McIlhenny. gle blade of close view of a clump of iris, grass” in order to better com- an upward gaze through a tanprehend nature as a whole. gle of almond branches, or the Landscapes such as Field vibrant patterning of a with Flowers Near Arles Death’s-head moth. In these (1888, Van Gogh Museum, works van Gogh closes in on
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which provides no clues to their context or setting. Pieces of fruit appear to tip forward and threaten to roll out of the picture. Van Gogh’s landscapes such as Undergrowth (1887, Centraal Museum, Utrecht) stress the abundance of grasses and flowers by
Road Menders at Saint Remy, 1889. Vincent Willem van Gogh, Dutch, 1853-1890. Oil on canvas, 28-7/8 by 36-1/8 inches (73.4 by 91.8 cm). Framed: 41-1/8 by 49 by 3 inches (104.5 by 124.5 by 7.6 cm). The Cleveland Museum of Art, Gift of the Hanna Fund.
his subject, dramatically Canada. Van Gogh Up Close is reducing the depth of field and maximizing the expres- accompanied by a catalogue sive impact of his brushwork available in English and French editions, published by and color. Van Gogh Up Close is the National Gallery of organized by the Philadelphia Canada. Featuring approxiEmperor Moth, 1889. Vincent Museum of Art Willem van Gogh, Dutch, 1853and the National 1890. Oil on canvas, 13-3/16 by Gallery of Canada 9-5/8 inches (33.5 by 24.5.cm). in Ottawa, where Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. it will travel following the Philadelphia venue. In Philadelphia the exhibition is curated by Joseph J. Rishel, The Gisela and Dennis Alter Senior Curator of European Painting Wheatfield, 1888. Vincent Willem van before 1900, and Gogh, Dutch, 1853-1890. Oil on canvas, by 26-1/4 inches (55.2 by 66.7 cm). Jennifer A. 21-3/4 Honolulu Academy of Arts. Gift of Mrs. Thompson, The Richard A. Cooke and Family in memory Undergrowth with Two Figures, 1890. Vincent Willem van Gogh, Gloria and Jack of Richard A. Cooke. Dutch, 1853-1890. Oil on canvas, 19-1/2 by 39-1/4 inches (49.5 by D r o s d i c k 99.7 cm). Cincinnati Art Museum, Bequest of Mary E. Johnston. Associate Curator of mately 200 full color illustraEuropean Painting before tions, the catalogue includes 1900. They have developed six essay contributions. The Philadelphia Museum the exhibition in close association with Cornelia Homburg, of Art is located on the Independent Scholar and Benjamin Franklin Parkway Guest Curator, and Anabelle at 26th Street. For more inforField with Flowers near Arles, 1888. Vincent Willem van Gogh, Kienle, Assistant Curator of mation, call (215) 763-8100 Dutch, 1853-1890. Oil on canvas, 21-1/4 by 25-9/16 inches European and American Art, or visit the Museum’s website at the National Gallery of at www.philamuseum.org. (54 by 65 cm). Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. P.O. Box 500, Mount Joy, PA 17552 800-800-1833 717-653-1833 717-653-6165 fax e-mail: email@example.com
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metal upper and steel snap-on back. It is attached to a gold Brandt’s two sons switched woven bracelet. production from the assembly Omega is among the most workshop to manufacture, renowned Swiss watchmak(Continued on page 8)
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This week we valued a stainless steel backed wristwatch signed Omega, “De Ville,” dating from circa 1970s. It has a champagne dial with Roman numerals, a rectangular case with gilt
In Frederick, Md.
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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
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.
07940 Madison 973-796-6628 MADISON ART & ANTIQUE CENTER 20 Cook Plaza off Central. Hrs. 11-4:30 Tues.- Sat. Closed Sun., Mon. Multi-Dlr. Antiques, collectibles, furniture, jewelry. 2 NEW ESTATES COMING IN SPRING!
17019 Dillsburg 717-571-2126 SPRING HOUSE ARTISIANS & ANTIQUES 117 N. Baltimore St. Quality Antiques & Featuring Local Artists. Hrs. Wed. - Sat. 11-5. Includes a Bakery
18655 Shickshinny 570-542-4489 JAKE’S OUTPOST 51 W. Union St. Antiques, Collectibles & Militaria. Hrs. Thursdays & Fridays 9am-6pm. Reopening March 15th.
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.
19711 Newark 302-733-7677 MAIN STREET ANTIQUES, 23 Liberty Plaza. Open Mon-Sat. 10-8, Sun. 11:305:30 Over 45 Showcase & Room Dealers selling Quality Antiques & Collectibles.
21901 North East 410-287-8318 5 & 10 ANTIQUE MARKET, 115 S. Main St. Daily 10am-6pm. Cecil County’s largest! Buying/ selling antiques & collectibles. Gourmet chocolates.
08005 Barnegat 609-698-3020 BAY AVENUE ANTIQUES 349 S. Main (Route 9). Open Tues.-Sun. 10am-5pm. Book Seller- Maps, Ephemera, Baseball, Titanic, Tuckerton Railroad, Chess, Civil War, local interest- New Jersey books.
17020 Duncannon 717-834-9333 OLD SLED WORKS 722 N. Market St. Books, Furniture, Glassware, Jewelry, Postcards, Primitives, Records, Tools, Toys. Open Wed.- Sun. 10am-5pm
18657 Tunkhannock 570-836-8713 APPLE WAGON ANTIQUE MALL, Rt.6, 5 miles west of Tunkhannock. Primitives, furniture, glassware, pottery, toys, books, linens & coins. 25+ vendors. Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5.
19128 Philadelphia 215-482-1033 KITCHENIQUES 646 Roxborough Ave. Antiques, collectibles, specializing in kitchen, dining & restaurant decor, Chef’s tools, etc. Hrs. Thurs.-Sat. 114pm, kitcheniques.com
21911 Rising Sun 410-658-8100 COUNTRY BOY ANTIQUE CENTER 1320 Rock Springs Rd. RT 222 N. MultiDealer, Wide array of antiques, furniture, jewelry, coins, collectibles. Open Mon., Wed.- Sat. 10-5 Closed Tues. Sun.11-5.
08006 Barnegat Light 609-361-8039 THE SEAWIFE, 1901 Bayview Ave. at Viking Village. Country primitive antique furniture, quilts, folk art, architecturals & garden. Open weekends.
19343 Glenmoore 610-458-8964 VILLAGE EMPORIUM, Ludwigs Village Shoppes, Rts 100/ 401. Antiques, lighting, collectibles, jewelry, furniture, local artists. Tues.-Sat. 10-5. Sun 12-5 www.thevillageemporium.com
21921 Elkton 410-398-0954 IRON BRIDGE FARM, 2953 Appleton Rd. Antiques and collectibles. Three full floors. Seven days week, 10-5. Rush & cane chairs. Mins. from I-95 near Fair Hill area.
08033 Haddonfield 856-429-1929 HADDONFIELD ANTIQUES CENTER, 9 Kings Highway East. Multi-dealer co-op, Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4. Antiques, collectibles, vintage merchandise, art, books, brass, copper, furniture, glassware, jewelry, pottery, silver, toys, etc.
18705 Plains 570-270-3107 Cook & Cook Antiques and Home Furnishings, 29 E. Carey St. Quality multidlr shop. Antiques, furniture, lighting, jewelry, collectibles. Open Tues.-Sat. 10-5 vendors welcomed cookandcookantiques.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 19933 Bridgeville 302-337-3137 ART’S ANTIQUE ALLEY, Rt. 13 South. 60 dealers. Open 7 days 9am-6pm. 20,000 sq.ft. Collectibles, Fenton dealer. A/C, restrooms, snacks 19958 Lewes 302-645-2309 HERITAGE ANTIQUE MARKET, 16168 Coastal Hwy. (RT1), 2mi. N. of Five Points, Lewes. Roseville pottery, furniture, books, dolls, china, glass, jewelry, art & more from 49 dealers! Always looking for new Dealers in the Beach Resort. 11-5 daily. 19963 Milford 302-424-1288 RIVERSIDE ANTIQUE MALL 34 N. Walnut St. Mon-Sat. 10-5. Featuring diversified antique dealers sure to satisfy any collector. Civil War, Lionel Trains, Quilts, Glassware, Furniture, Jewelry, etc.
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. 07701 Red Bank 732-842-7377 MONMOUTH ANTIQUE SHOPPES, 217 W. Front St. 40 Dealers located in the Antiques District of Red Bank (6 Lg. Multi-dealer shops). Open 7 days 11am5pm. 2 blocks from RR. 1.5 miles off Garden State Parkway ext. 109. monmouthantiqueshoppes.com
21028 Churchville 410-734-6228 YE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, Route 22 & Aldino Rd. Minutes from I-95. Oak furniture, advertising, toys, militaria, glassware, general line. Hrs daily 10-4
07801 Dover 973-989-4470 DOVER ANTIQUE CENTER Corner of Warren & Bassett. Furniture, pottery, jewelry, toys, glass, books, records, clocks, art, trains, coins W 11-7, F/Sat 11-5, Su 10-5. doverantiquecenter.com
21028 Churchville 410-734-6267 DENNY’S OLE CALVARY POST OFFICE 1100 Calvary Rd. Purveyors of hard to find items. Antiques & Collectibles, yarn & handmades, preserves & jelly, fresh baked pies. Hrs. Mon.-Fri. 7-7, Sat. 7-5.
07874 Stanhope 973-347-7373 BLUE HERON ANTIQUES, 34 Main St. Roseville Pottery, Perfumes, Art Glass, Lamps, Jewelry, Paper Weights, Watches, Clocks. CLEARANCE SALE. Open Wed.- Sun. 10-6. Tues. by chance.
21043 Ellicott City 410-465-4444 TAYLOR’S ANTIQUE MALL, Historic District. Cor. of Frederick Rd & Old Columbia Pike. 16,000 Sq.Ft. of Antiques & Collectibles. Mon.- Sat. 10-5 & Sunday Noon-5.
07901 Summit 908-273-9373 SUMMIT ANTIQUES CENTER, 511 Morris Ave. 2 floors, 60+ dealers. Antiques, collectibles. Smalls to furniture. Open 7 days 11-5. Free parking. www.summitantiquecenter.com
21078 Havre de Grace 410-942-0701 SENECA CANNERY ANTIQUES, 201 St. John St... Largest Mall in Havre de Grace with 50+ quality dealers. Open 7 days, M-S 10-5, S 11-5. Wide Selection of antiques & collectibles.
07930 Chester 908-879-7836 CHESTER ANTIQUE MALL, 30+ Dlrs, no reproductions. 427 Rt.510 (old RT24) between Mendham & Chester, Tues -Sat 10:30-5:00, Sun. 11:30-5:00. Furniture, primitives, glass, jewelry, art, etc.
garages, that have marginal value. I have a large collection of anti buttons on one candidate but nearly all of them are fakes made by someone with a button machine. How can I tell? First is the absence of the Union sticker on the edge of the button, that indicates it was not commercially produced in a Union shop. Second, the text on some is slightly off center, suggesting someone using their own button machine. Third, the price was just too good to be true. Regular readers know that bargains should always be viewed with a skeptical eye. So in this political season, hunt out some of those vintage badges with a bit of an edge while also collecting some of the new ones to set aside for the future!
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historical topics but it often approaches complex issues with a light touch that makes it easy to understand, and thus to collect. Also, as we think about collecting political items from the past, it’s a good time to consider squirreling away things from present campaigns that could grow in value over the years. I remember hitting the trashcans on election night, where I voted in order to get a nice selection of Obama and McCain posters that had been chucked after the polls closed. Similarly, I frequently haunt online venues after a race in order to find good deals on political badges from losing candidates. The trick, and this is important to note, is to be sure and get items that were Editor’s Note: Get Your actually used in campaigns. Collection Started Now, and There is a large market out there for novelties, often Make Sure You Exercise made by people in their Your Right To Vote! YOU CAN GIVE AWAY
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08505 Bordentown 609-298-1424 SHOPPE 202, 202 Farnsworth Ave., Exit 7 NJ Turnpike, 206 N-1 mile. Antiques, custom framing, collectibles, art & furniture. Tues. thru Sat. 11-5, Fri. till 8. 08525 Hopewell 609-466-9833 TOMATO FACTORY ANTIQUE & DESIGN CENTER 2 Somerset St. We Have It All! www.thetomatofactory.com Open Mon. thru Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. We have 38 Dealers. 08876 Somerville 908-218-1234 ANTIQUES EMPORIUM, 29 Division St. Open 7 days 11-5. Municipal parking free on weekends! Be sure to come in for all the special discounts ongoing! Lots of fresh merchandise daily!
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. 17090 Shermans Dale 717-582-3457 HEARTS DESIGN AT NEEDFUL THINGS RT34, 5800 Spring Rd. Open 7 days/ week 10-6. Antiques, Gifts & Custom Embroidery, Green Mt. Coffee, Yankee Candles, www.heartsdesign.com FIND US ON FACEBOOK 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. 17745 Lock Haven 570-893-1650 MARKET HAUS & GROVE, U.S. RT 220 Lock Haven, PA exit RT 120. Open Thurs. - Sun. 9:30-5. 22,000 sq. ft. of antiques, crafts, collectibles, furniture & such. A trip you’ll always remember. 17810 Allenwood 570-538-1886 BALD EAGLE ANTIQUE CENTER, Rt. 15approx 10-12 mi. N of I-80, Exit 210B or 9 mi. S of Williamsport, PA. Full general line. Dlrs Welcome. Open Saturday & Sunday 10-5 Closed snow days.
16159 W. Middlesex 724-528-2490 ANTIQUE & FLEAMARKET & AUCTIONS OF W. MIDDLESEX RT18 S. Open Wed., Thur., Sat., Sun. 9am-5pm. Monthly Auctions. Largest Antique Market in Western Pennsylvania.
18080 Slatington 610-767-8400 BUS STOP INDOOR FLEA MARKET 8281 RT 873, every Fri., Sat., Sun. 9am-5pm. Crafts, Antiques, & Flea Market items. Former Keystone Lamp Factory. New vendors welcomed.
16686 Tyrone 814-684-5088 I-99 ANTIQUES, conveniently located off the Tyrone Exit of Interstate 99, 1222 Pennsylvania Avenue. Quality antiques & collectibles. 40 dealers. Open Daily 10-5, Sun 12-5. Dealers welcome.
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.
16801 State College 814-238-2980 APPLE HILL ANTIQUES, Rt. 26N to 169 Gerald Street. Distinctive antiques in a gallery setting. Over 60 dealers. Open daily 10 to 6. Wide variety.
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
eastern Pennsylvania represents a significant collecting opportunity for the Michener Art Museum, and it’s exciting to be doing this in the area in which the museum is actively building its permanent collection.” The James A. Michener Art Museum is located at 138 South Pine Street, Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Museum hours are Tuesday
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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 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.”
18947 Pipersville 215-766-7145 BUX-MONT CONSIGNMENT SHOPPE 6719 Easton Rd. Over 75 vendors with Antiques, Collectibles & Consignments. Specializing in Military & Auto. Open Daily 9-5, closed Tues./ Wed. 18951 Quakertown 215-536-4547 ANTIQUES AT 200 EAST, Rts 212 & 313. Multi-DLR shop; EAST BROAD ANTIQUES, 141 E. Broad St. 215-5364408. One Stop 2 Fantastic Stores. Shop Where Dealers Buy! Open 7 days.
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. 19522 Fleetwood 610-207-2702 THE SHOPPES AT KIRBYVILLE RT 222 between Kutztown & Reading minutes from I-78. 10,000 sq.ft 3 story barn. Antiques, collectibles, furniture, unique items. Thurs.-Sun. 9-4 or appt.
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Takaezu, Robert Winokur, and Matthias Pliessnig. Over the last century, regional studio craft artists have been creating objects in which the work’s design flows out of its function, its power to elicit emotions and ideas, and its ability to reference a plurality of ideas and styles. Whether crafting for the functional, a sculptural and aesthetic effect, or to explore the possibilities of representation, these artists produced a rich body of work that bears the aesthetic imprint of its time. “Intelligent Design” highlights studio craft in the Delaware Valley region from its earliest beginnings to the diversity of expression Paul Evans (1931-1987), Sculpted today. “The creative ener- Steel Wall Collage, 1970, welded and gy, broad technical reper- enameled steel, gold leaf. James A. toire, and innovative Michener Art Museum. Gift of the designs of the artists rep- John R. Eckel Foundation. resented here make them highly desirable candidates through Friday, 10 a.m. to for the Michener’s permanent 4:30 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to collection,” says Curator of 5 p.m.; Sunday noon to 5 p.m. Collections Constance For more information, visit Kimmerle. “The strong stu- www.michenerartmuseum.or dio craft tradition of south- g or call (215) 340-9800.
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SHOWS & MARKETS ANTIQUE SHOW & FLEA MARKET CALENDAR CONNECTICUT 4/28/12, SOUTHINGTON, SAT 9 AM-4:30 PM, Glass, 720 Pleasant St, Southington High School GEORGIA 4/13-15/12, ATLANTA, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center 5/11-13/12, ATLANTA, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo centers MARYLAND 4/07/12, TIMONIUM, SAT 9 AM4 PM, Antique & Collectible Market, I-83 N, Maryland State Fairgrounds
4/15/12, WAYNE, SUN 9:30 AM3:30 PM, Mechanical Music Extravaganza, 1 Pal Dr, Wayne Police Athletic League
4/14/12, MANHEIM, SAT 7 AM-2 PM, Antiques, Collectibles, F/M, Crafts, 705 Graystone Rd, Root's Country Market
5/06/12, EASTON, SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Parade of Dolls, Bears & Toys, 500 Zucksville Rd, Fork Community Center
5/05/12, MOUNT LAUREL, SAT 9 AM-4 PM, Postcard, 515 Fellowship Rd N, Double Tree Guest Suites
4/14/12, POTTSTOWN, SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Glass, China & Pottery, 144 W Schuylkill Rd, NORCO Fire Co
NEW YORK 4/13-14/12, NEW YORK, FRI 5 PM-9 PM SAT 9 AM-4 PM, Vintage Book & Ephemera, 135 W 18th St, The Altman Building
5/12-13/12, ALLENTOWN, SAT 9 AM-4 PM SUN 9 AM-1 PM, Antique & Modern Arms, 17th & Chew Sts, Agri-Plex Allentown Fairgrounds
4/21-22/12, ALLENTOWN, SAT AUCTION 9 AM SUN SHOW 9 AM, Fire Memorabilia Marketplace & Auction, 17th & Chew Sts., Allentown Fairgrounds Agricultural Hall
5/12/12, MANHEIM, SAT 7 AM-2 PM, Car Show, Antiques, F/M, Crafts, 705 Graystone Rd, Root's Country Market
4/20-22/12, BINGHAMTON, FRI 5 PM-8 PM SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, Vestal Parkway East Rt 434, Binghamton University Events Center
4/26-28/12, KUTZTOWN, THURS 10 AM-4 PM FRI 8 AM5 PM SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectors Extravaganza, 740 Noble St, Renningers - Kutztown
4/14-15/12, TEANECK, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, Antiques, 1799 Teaneck Ave, The Teaneck Armory
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thus gaining control of the entire production process. Their first mass-produced calibre, the Labrador (1885), as well as their first minuterepeater watch (1892), and the 19-line calibre Omega (1894 which eventually gave its name to the brand), ensured the companyâ€™s success. The company has prospered ever since and has become famous worldwide, providing the first watches on the moon for the NASA in 1969! The actual watch has a very attractive gold weave bracelet. Even though the hallmarks to the clasp are not very clear, these are most probably for 9 carat gold and it has been assessed in the valuation accordingly. The hallmarks should have a date letter which would allow accurate dating to the year of production - however, the bracelet itself is earlier than that watch and most likely dates to the 1950s or early 1960s. We valued it at $500 to $700.
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The Historical Society of Ocean Grove, New Jersey, proudly presents its 10th Anniversary edition of the Greater New Jersey Antique Postcards, Books, Advertising, & Paper Collectibles Show. The event takes place Saturday, April 14, 2012, at the Young Peoples (Youth) Temple, Pilgrim Pathway and McClintock Street, across from the Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove, New Jersey. Show hours will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is a $3 donation; and food service available. This popular show, the regionâ€™s premier Spring Postcard & Paper Show, serves as an annual fundraising event to benefit the numerous public programs and ongoing research projects of the Historical Society of Ocean Grove. The Society is a non-profit organization, in the Victorian town known throughout the country for its historical appeal and great assemblage of Victorian architecture. If you have a passion for picture postcards you will definitely want to attend this show, featuring twenty-eight distinguished dealers from the tri-state area (New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania) all offering superb selections of postcards and everything ephemera. Here you will find lots of good buying opportunities for the beginner as well as the advanced collector. This is the place to connect with the past and recapture fond memories through picture postcards, one of Americaâ€™s fastest growing and most affordable hobbies. In addition to hundreds of thousands of collectible picture postcards and real-photo postcads covering every imagin-
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SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 2012 - 9:00 A.M. Location: 3521 LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST, KINZERS, PA 17835 (At The Kinzer Firehall Along Rt. 30). 10 Miles East Of Lancaster, PA. 3 Miles West Of Gap, PA
BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUES, OLD TOYS, FURNITURE, COLLECTIBLES Victorian small marble top tables, dresser w/mirror, picture frames, child’s wooden sleigh, oak sideboard, oak wind-up tabletop Victor talking machine, 3 oak bowfront china cabinets, oak drop leaf table & 4 chairs, 2 child’s oak Bentwood chairs, old bowed oak glass candy case top, nice oak 3-stack glass door bookcase, Lane cedar chest, walnut dresser w/hand-carved pulls, 4 pressed back chairs w/caned seats, small drop leaf table & 2 chairs marked L. HITCHCOCK, mahog. glass top table w/ball & claw feet, wicker strollers, glass showcase w/glass shelves, very old dovetailed dome top trunk w/handmade hinges, old wooden washing machine, wooden ironing board, old wooden radio, wood dovetailed Jell-O box, wall mount showcases, small glass top showcases, old Buddy L toys, old Tonka toys, Tonka 25th Anniversary Commemorative dump truck still in box, small amount of coll. tools, and more furniture not listed. Wind-up pocket watches w/keys, 17 oak & walnut regulator 31 day clock, large agate coffeepot w/handle & lid, Avon nativity coll., glass baskets, brass bells, old coffee tins & coffee glass jars (never opened - still have metal keys on bottom), old kit. coll., Sterling silver salt & peppers & other pcs. marked Sterling, Depression, Fenton, Noritake, & Nippon pcs., tin spice box w/6 tins & lids, silver-plated pcs., sterling silver jewelry & box, old lamps, Indian figurines, G. Armani figurine, coll. of Cherished Teddies w/boxes, 2 Franklin Mint dolls, ship wheel, wind-up tin toys (some marked made in Germany). 3 old rifles - 1 marked Mauser Argentino 1891 manufacture Loewe Berlin. ****** NO CREDIT CARDS AND NO OUT-OF-STATE CHECKS ****** Nice asst. of antiques & old toys, very few box lots, all day antique sale. Private collector Liquidating good quality merchandise. Auctioneers: John S. Stoltzfus AU-001728-L (610) 593-6680 Dale Stoltzfus AU-000906-L Photos on www.auctionzip.com ID#10599
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Excitement Builds As REA CONCEPTS 1 AUCTION HOUSE 1125 Arnold Avenue, Pr esents Baseball Card And Point Pleasant, NJ EVERY 2 SATURDAY & LAST Memorabilia Tr easur es 1839-2009 SATURDAY OF THE MONTH AT 9:30 A.M. 08742
The catalog for Robert in the world, both public and Edward Auctions’ 2012 block- private. The final date of bidbuster sale will ship on April ding in this year’s auction will be Saturday, May 12. Bidding
time, we hope to give collectors and historians valuable reference material,” says REA president Robert Lifson. “We’re trying to do more than just have an auction. We’re trying to create a positive event that is historic, that makes collecting fun, promotes a love of history, and that everyone can be a part of, as a bidder, a consignor, or just as an observer.” REA’s reputation for hosting the baseball collecting world’s most highlyanticipated event is built on
tion. We’ve been a magnet for vintage cards, including many incredible new finds. We also have an unusually strong boxing section and have assembled an extremely impressive selection of Americana. Every time we turned around, we were offered something great in base-
Lots Of Antiques, Collectibles, Glassware, Pottery, Clean Used Furniture, Jewelry, Etc. Herb Atkins, Auctioneer Buyer’s Premium. Major Credit Cards Accepted
Next Auctions: April 14 & April 28 Phone: 732-892-6040 Fax: 732-892-4610 More Info. On Our Web Site At www.concepts1auction.com S738730
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PUBLIC AUCTION www.markjonesauct.com Full Listing & Photos on Website
ESTATE OF JOHN I. WHITMER
Saturday, APRIL 14, 2012
- 9 A.M.
LOCATED: To Be Held At The FREEBURG COMMUNITY CENTER,
CHURCH ST. & FREEBURG ROAD, Approx. 3 Mi. W. of Selinsgrove - Auction Arrow along Rt. 35.
1909-1911 T206 Honus Wagner - Date Stamped “Oct 16, 1909” The Date of the Final Game of the 1909 World Series (reserve $100,000; estimate $300,000 plus). Right: reverse of card.
begins April 16, by FAX, phone, or the Internet via the REA website at www.robertedwardauctions.com. The Watchung, New Jersey, firm expects total sales for the event to exceed $5 million. Serious baseball collectors all over the world look forward to Robert Edward’s annual spring auction. “We have been assembling material, writing, and researching all year long, hoping to make this a special event for everyone. At the same
FIREARMS: Pennsylvania Long Rifles - Military & Modern; Civil War/WWI/WWII Collectibles - 11 A.M. PA. Long Rifle, Patch Box & Inlay D. Boyer; Pa. Long Rifle JP (Possibly John
1909-1911 T206 Eddie Plank PSA EX-MT 6 MC (reserve $25,000; estimate $50,000 plus).
forty years of experience. “We’re amazed at some of the special collections in this auc-
Parks from the Selinsgrove area) Percussion Conversions; Ithaca Mod 37 12 Ga. Marked United States Property; Ansley H. Fox 12 Ga. Dbl. Barrel w/Engraving Ser. #26707; Plus Other Guns; WWII Posters: The Sullivan Brothers; Careless Talk Got There First; Etc.; US Civil War Style Belt Plates; Civil Wa r Cartridge Box; WWI German Helmet; Selection of WWII Clothing: Overcoat - Shirts - Herringbone Trousers - Socks Caps - Etc.; Powder Flask; Powder Horns; Ammo Boxes; Canteens; Esso War Maps; 1940’s Life Magazines; Books - Civil War & WWII; WWII First-Aid Kit; Military Ammo Collection; WWI 45 Ammo Pouch; Num. Other Military Items; Ammo - some in Collector Boxes; Reloading Items; QUALITY MECHANIC TOOLS; Few Early Car Parts: Carburetors - Headlamp Glass; Foot Warmer; Klaxon Horn; Dash Fans; 1919, 1931 Lic. Plates; Atlantic 5 Gal. Kerosene Can; (4) Atlantic Qt. Oil Jars w/Carrier; Etc. SALE ORDER: 9 A.M. Tools - 10:30 A.M. IH Collectibles - 11 A.M. Military Collectibles - Firearms. (Preview - Friday, April 13 2-6 P.M.) SPECIAL NOTE: Firearms sold as Collector’s Items & should be checked by Gunsmith for safety before firing. TERMS: Cash or PA Check. LUNCH EXECUTOR: ROBERT R. WHITMER Attorney: Robert H. Slivinski
MARK J. JONES, AUCTIONEER
16, 2012. As always, the first copy off the presses will be presented to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York, for their library, as is REA’s timehonored tradition. The remaining 10,000 catalogs will be sent to collectors all over the world who have been anxiously awaiting the baseball collecting world’s most highly anticipated auction. Inside the catalog will be hundreds of items worthy of the most prestigious collections
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Will sell at
Of Fine Antiques & Collectibles, Early Country Store Items,
Advertising, Early Ephemera, Store Signs, Displays
GATEWAY GALLERY AUCTION,
SAT., APRIL 14, 2012 AT 8:30 A.M.
located at 643 Kriner Road,
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WILLOW STREET, LANC. CO., PA 17584
CHAMBERSBURG, PA 17202 SESSION I: FRIDAY, APRIL 6 AT 1 P.M. Farm Toys SESSION II:
SATURDAY, APRIL 7 AT 10 A.M. Corgi Toys
SESSION ONE: Over (200) cataloged lots including Ertl, Toy Farmer, Special & Limited Editions plus over (200) non-cataloged Winross Trucks and misc. other die-cast cars/trucks. SESSION TWO: Over (500) cataloged lots of Corgis - vintage to modern including Major, Junior, Super, Wizzwheels, oddities, Circus issues, movie related, gift sets and military models. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: This sale has an exceptional diversity with most new in box or in mint condition. Complete catalog listings available online or by phoning (717) 263-6512. Absentee & phone bids accepted. Online bidding available through Proxibid.
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Preview Friday, April 6 from 10 A.M. and Saturday, April 7 from 8 A.M.
NEXT DEADLINE: APRIL 5, 2012 FOR THE MAY ISSUE!
TERMS: Cash. Visa/MC/AMEX/Discover accepted. Thirteen percent (13%) buyer’s premium discounted by 3% for cash and acceptable check will be applied to all winning bids. Buyer’s utilizing Proxibid will be charged an 18% buyer’s premium. Statements made day of sale take precedence.
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Public Coin & Currency Auction
www.GatewayAuction.com JOHN F. KOHLER, JR., AUCTIONEER Heather R. Fowler, Auctioneer
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Preview at 7:30 A.M. Auction at 9:00 A.M.
Glen Rock, PA
4067 Snyder Rd., 17327 Rene Snyder Auctioneer Lic. #AU5316 Phone # (717) 880-7217 Coin Highlights: 2011 25th. Anniversary Silver Eagle Set, 4 - 2000 $5.00 Gold Eagles MS69 - MS70, 1835 Half Cent AU, 1802, 1803 & 1857 Large Cents VF-XF, Complete Peace Dollar Set, Many BU Morgans, Bust, Barber & Walking Liberty Halves, Indian Head Cents, 1864L, 1866, 1867, 1868, 2-1908-S, Lincoln Cents 1909-S, 1914-D, Washington Quarters 1932-S AU50, Colonial Coppers, Foreign Coins & Many Others. Currency Highlights: 1862 United States Note XF, 1907 United States Note (Woodchopper) VF, 1922 Gold Certificate, Obsolete Currency From Maryland, Georgia, North Carolina & Rhode Island, Confederate Currency, Fractional Currency & Much More. For Full List And Catalog Go To AUCTIONZIP.COM ID#5338 If You Would Like To Consign To One Of Our Next Great Auctions, Please Call Rene Snyder at (717) 880-7217 Our next Sale Will Be June 2, 2012
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KAMELOT AUCTIONS PHILADELPHIA
GARDEN & ARCHITECTURAL ANTIQUES AUCTION:
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2012 starting at 10 A.M.
Rare Leaded Café Canopy
Bronze & Lead Fountain
Lead Figure With Chicks
Vanderbilt Carved Columns - 103 In.
Large French Iron Light
Large Green Bronze Japanese Lantern
Diana The Huntress
Pair Cast-Iron Torchieres 92 In.
Monumental Mahogany Bookcase
Important 68-In. Bronze By Elkington
4700 WISSAHICKON AVE., PHILADELPHIA, PA 19144 • T:
215.438.6990 • kamelotauctions.com • F: 215.438.6992 • Lic. AH001803
PREVIEW: WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 12 & 13 from 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
Coin-Ops, Jukeboxes, Antiques & Collectibles Auction SATURDAY, APRIL 14TH, 2012 AT 9 A.M.
PREVIEW APRIL 13TH 12 NOON - 7 P.M. 220 N. Main Street, Suite A,
SELLERSVILLE, PA 18960
(Located at the Historical Lizzy High Doll Factory) Records to be sold at 9 A.M. Many Rock ‘N Roll 78’s & 33’s including Beatles, Elvis, Progressive & Psychedelic w/African Tribal Records. Edison Discs & Cylinders. 1956 Chevy Fun Truck w/350 Engine, 400 Turbo Trans, Tilt Front end. Current Inspection. Coin-Ops: 16’ United Duplex Ball Bowler, Golden Boy Horse Kiddie Ride, U-Need-A-Pack Cigarette Machine, Slot Machines w/Bally Consoles, Midway Golden Arm Strength Tester, NOS Challenger Skill Game, Pac-Man & Super Sprint Arcades, Penny Scales, Gumball & Stamp Machines, Mills Violano Coin Box, Trap the Jap Display Card & Front Door, ID Medal Stamp Machine & More! Jukeboxes, Wall Boxes & Parts: Rock-ola Countertop/Wall Mount Jukebox w/stand, Seeburg 222, AMI JBL-200 & D-80, LU-200 Library Unit, 1015 Wurlitzer Wall Box & Coin Door, 3W-1 Wall Boxes, Thordarson NOS Parts, Seeburg Organspeak case & More! Musical Instruments: 1964 Fender Jazzmaster, Martin Ukulele, Tanzbar Player Accordion, Olds Trombones, Violins including Anton Ludker, & More. Toys: Columbian “1900” Cast-Iron BB Gun, Schuco, Dinky, Beatles Nodders & Charms, Repro ‘55 Chevy & Air Knight Pedal Cars & More. Advertising: Papier-Maché Nipper Display, 40’s Aerotype Esso Banner, Animated Store Displays, Clocks & Neons. Antiques & Collectibles: Hit & Miss Engines with John Deere, Fairbanks - Morse & Maytag w/Washer, Enterprise Coffee Grinder, Good Gulf Gas Pump, Columbia Graphophone w/Nickel Horn, Edison Standard w/Horn & Stand, Locomotive Light, .22 Cal. Carnival Gun, Outboard Boat Motors, Vintage Radios including Grundig, Horse Saddles, Size-O-Matic Shotgun Shell Reloader, Carousel Panels, & Much More! Full Listing & Photos Available at www.Sellersvilleauction.com or Auctionzip.com
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Litchfield County vate collectors, notable estates, estimate. This auction included two Auctions had heated bidding and other collections. When all was said and important collections of propduring its annual Winter erty. The first was Antiques Sale, held on the Bramley February 15th, in Collection, which L i t c h f i e l d , featured nearly Connecticut. 200 objects that American, English and had furnished the Continental Antiques, Thomas Catlin Fine Art & House in Decorations, were Litchfield, highlighted in the aucConnecticut. tion. Some of the There was excitepieces in the colment in the air as lection were once potential bidders and by auction-goers viewed Georgian Camelback Sofa, possibly Irish, 18th-cen- owned William “Bill” the property offered. tury - $57,600. Lamson - Warren, One of Litchfield’s largest sales yet, it had close to done, 967 of the 1,081 lots Litchfield, and Connecticut 1,100 lots, presented online at sold. There were 4,832 online historian who sold the Catlin igavelauctions.com. Plus, bids placed in the auction, house to the Bramleys in 1973. with more than 370 winning They spent more than 35 years bidders hailing from 34 differ- gradually building their colent states and 7 foreign coun- lection, buying with the help tries, including Australia, of such local dealers as Belgium, Canada, China, Vincent Stanilus and Nathan Ireland, Taiwan, and the UK. Liverant & Sons, among othThe auction preview and exhi- ers. Several pieces were also bition, together with the simul- once owned by Eleanor and taneous tag sale, held February Blaine A. Cota Jr., renowned 10th to 14th, also saw hun- collectors of Connecticut decdreds of people passing orative arts. Highlights from the through the doors at the Bramley Collection include: a Litchfield Gallery. The top selling lot was a Georgian Camelback sofa, possibly Irish, 1 8 t h - c e n t u r y, which was estimated at $2,000 to $3,000 and sold for $57,600, after receiving 26 bids! Louis XVI/Directoire Skeleton Following that Clock - $27,000. was a Louis XVI/Directoire there were thousands of addi- ormolu, enamel marble Substantial 19th-century Christofle & Cie tional items in their tag sale. In and all, this auction showed an Striking Skeleton dressing glass - $18,840. increase in bidders, sale totals, clock, circa 1800 and the amount of merchan- (from the Estate of Georges pair of Federal mahogany side dise sold. Overall, the sale had Bemberg), that sold for chairs which sold for $12,000 a sell-though rate of more that $27,000 after receiving 22 after receiving 31 bids; an 90 percent, and grossed more bids. The piece tripled its high 18th-century Queen Anne than $1.15 million dollars. estimate. A 19th-century sub- maple dressing table that sold Litchfield County Auctions stantial Christofle & Cie sil- for $4,920; a group of five has a focus on Americana in vered and gilt-bronze dressing boxed interior dioramas that their sales, held twice a year, glass (table mirror) sold for sold for $4,560; a silk and in summer and winter. This $18,840, after 29 bids were painted mourning needlework auction had great property, received online; far surpassing picture, dated 1791, for from fresh-to-the-market pri- its initial $2,000 to $3,000 (Continued on page 22)
Large 3-Day Auction
Fri., Sat. & Mon., April 6th, 7th & 9th BOATS, CARS, CONTRACTOR’S SALE, COINS, JEWELRY, ANTIQUES, BIKES, FURNITURE, QUILTS, EARLY TOYS, TRAINS, CIVIL WAR SWORD
1667 CIDER PRESS RD., 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.
FRIDAY, APRIL 6TH
8 A.M. BASEBALL & SPORTS COLLECT. From Bill Vogel Collect., Columbia, PA, Incl. Lg. Collect. of Phillies Memorabilia w/Signed Baseballs Incl. Carlton, Schmidt, McGraw, Callison, Rose, etc.; APBA Cards from the 60’s; Sports Pennants; Wax Packs; Sets of Cards, etc. 10 A.M. BOX LOTS: 10+ Wagons of Box Lots Incl. Tools, Glass & Chinaware, Books, Collectibles, etc. 4 P.M. COINS, JEWELRY & WATCHES - See Separate Ad or Website for Details.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7TH
8:30 A.M. ANT. & COLLECT.: Spatter Cups & Saucers; 20+ Local Quilts; Clocks; Stoneware Crocks & Mixing Bowls; PB Glasses; Great Collect. Toys Incl. Lionel Trains, Pressed Steel, Buddy L, Tonka, Renwal, Hubley (See Internet for Pics.); Airplane Propeller; Civil War Cavalry Sword; Local Collectibles; Early Sewing Machine; Books; Glassware; Orange Tonka State Hwy. Dept. Truck w/Angle & V Plow; 2 Hubley Rollers; 2 Good Nylint Power & Light Trucks in Orig. Boxes; Collection of Sulfide Marbles; Cap Guns; Columbia, PA Collection; Goebel Figurines; Small Steam Pump; Agate & Brass Wares; Large Collection of Metal Soldiers & Figurines; Tramp Art Box; Advertising; Many More Unmentioned Items. 9 A.M. - CONTRACTOR’S SALE - Erb Contracting Elizabethtown, PA - Complete Liquidation: See Website For Details. 10 A.M. - GUNS: 30+ Guns Incl. Winchester Model 94 30-30; DWM Luger .9mm; Ruger Blackhawk .357; Colt Frontier 6-Shooter .45; Colt Gold Cup .45 ACP; & others (See website for full list). LAWN & GARDEN (items selling after contractor sale, approx. 12 Noon): LA115 JD Riding Lawn Mower; Ariens ST724 Snowblower, Vending Machines, 2 CI Cookstoves. CI Pump Trough; Chicken Coop; Pipe Vise; 2 Wheelbarrows, etc. 12 NOON - VEHICLES, BICYCLES & BOATS: 2 - 8x6 Heavy-Duty Tag Along Construction Trailers (5,000 & 10,000 lb. Axles); 2003 Subaru Forester 2.5 X, AWD w/95,000 mi.; 1998 Subaru Legacy Outback, AWD w/135,000 mi.; JD LA115 Riding Lawn Mower; Ariens ST 724 Snowblower (nice); 21’ Grady White Boat w/90 HP Johnson Outboard Motor; 14’ Starcraft Alum. Boat w/48 HP Outboard Motor; Load Rite Boat Trailer; 2 Old Schwinn Boys’ Bikes, 1 w/Headlights; Schwinn Spitfire Girl’s Bike; Old Stebler Bike; Old Schwinn 2 Speed Auto. S739300
MONDAY, APRIL 9TH
12 NOON - FURNITURE: Over 300 Pcs. Incl. Country Furn.; Jelly Cupboards; Federal 1 Drawer Stand; Vict. Pier Mirror; Dry Sinks; Dovetailed Blanket Chests; Wicker Patio Furn.; Bedding; Appliances; etc. Watch Website for Updates & Pictures. Auctioneers: John M. Hess AU003484L John Carl Jr. AU005263L Phil Nissley AU002874L AY000253L 717-664-5238 or 877-599-8894 www.hess-auction.com
GOOD FRIDAY DECORATIVES & COLLECTIBLES AUCTION FRIDAY, APRIL 6TH 10:00 A.M. 26 S. 10th Street, READING, PA 19602 GLASSWARE: Cut Crystal, Cut Glass, Cut-To-Clear, Ruby, Cobalt, Vaseline, Amber, Green, Amethyst, Bohemian, Studio Art Glass, Tableware, Stemware, S&Ps, Figurals, Bottles, Perfumes, Paperweights, Decanters, Oil Lamps, Lamps & Lighting, Sun Catchers, Christmas Ornaments, Bells. PORCELAIN/POTTERY: English, Transferware, Delft, German, US Zone, Occupied Japan, Japanese, Bisque, Basalt, Cloisonné, All Over Gold, Pitcher & Bowl Sets, Figurines, Birds, Kitchen Items, Tableware, Serving Pieces, Pitchers, Cream & Sugars, Cups & Saucers, Toby Mugs, Mugs, Bells, Candleholders, Dresser Items, Pill Boxes, Collector Plates, Lamps, Lampshades, Paperweights, Inkwells, Kitchen Items, Serving Dishes, Tableware, Figurines, Candlesticks. DECORATIVES: Oriental Fans, 24k Tableware, MOP Tableware, Silver Plate, Brass, Cast, Wrought Iron, CI Doorstops, Vintage Tins, Folk Art, Vintage Student Lamp, Vintage Lighting Fixture, Wind Chimes, Wall Clock, 2 Seth Thomas Mantel Clocks, Designer Flowerpots, Pierre Deux Tapestries, Ralph Lauren Linens. COLLECTIBLES: LPs, 45s, Paper Ephemera, Prints, 2,000+ COMICS, Animals, Birds, Collectible Toys MIB, Lg. 48-Star Flag, Costume Jewelry, Tin Litho, Vintage Tools, Children’s Books, Toleware, Stetson Hat. HOUSEHOLD: Cookbooks, Panasonic Phone System, Vita-Mix Juicer, Canon Camera, Air Purifier, Kitchen Items. Designer Gift Items.
Worldwide Par ticipation And Str ong Results In Litchfield Sale
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Rawlinsville Fire Company
44th Annual Consignment ALL DAY AUCTION th 8:30 A.M. - Saturday, April 14 , 2012 Directions: Travel South Of Lancaster On Route 272. Turn Right Onto Truce Rd. At First Stop Sign Go Straight Through, Onto Martic Heights Dr. Rawlinsville Firehouse Is Located On The Right.
CONSIGNMENTS WANTED Receiving Days: April 11, 12, 13 ~ 8:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M. at 33 Martic Heights Dr.,
Holtwood, PA 17532
8:30 A.M.: CRAFTS Large selection of handmade crafts made locally. To be sold inside a tent with seating. 8:30 A.M.: FLOWERS & SHRUBS Nice selection of hanging baskets, potted annuals & perennials, shrubs & trees, barrel ponds, iron works by Crystal Acres Greenhouse & Sauder’s Nursery. Large amount of evergreens from Strathmeyer Forest Products. 9:00 A.M.: NEW & USED FURNITURE Red cedar log bed and more. 9:00 A.M.: TRUCKLOAD POWER TOOLS SALE! Partial listing of items to be sold: DeWalt, Makita, Bosch, Cordless Power Tools, Air & Electric Hand Power Tools, Air Compressors, Routers, Jigsaws, Grinders, Sanders, Miter Saws, Table Saws, Circular Saws, Hammer Drill Kits, Impact Wrench Kits, 18V DeWalt Lights, 18V Batteries, 18V Bare Tools, Hammers, Oster Animal Clippers, Air Hoses, Tank Top Heaters, Duct Tape, Electric Power Cords, Excell Oils, Shovels, Grease Guns, Ratchet Straps, Riveter Kits, Mixers/Blenders, Various Nailers, 1000, 500, 120 Gallon Propane & Air Tanks, And MUCH MORE! 30 Day Warranty on All Used & Rebuilt Tools. One Year Warranty on All New Tools! Tools to be sold inside Firehall. Seats provided. 9:00 A.M.: NEW & USED TOOLS. 9:00 A.M.: ANTIQUES, FURNITURE & COLLECTIBLES Bean sorter, buggy, iceboxes, baker’s cabinet, crocks, tall stepback cabinet, old leaded windows, Hoosier, saddle, hat mold, oak wall phone, chimney cabinet, oak child’s rocker, gumball machine, primitive table nesting bowls, wall mount coffee grinder, quilt rack, lightning rods, large scalding kettle, pitcher pump, farm bell, tumble churn, butcher’s block, hall bench, wooden toy truck, New Haven 8-day clock, quilts, farm table, RR lanterns, tall back bed, Amsoil Adv. apple cider barrel, John Deere milk can, cherry two drawer tiger maple stand, Quikrete adv. sign, bread sign OG mirror, slag lamp, large 2 wheeled coffee grinder. 9:45 A.M.: BUILDING MATERIALS: New & Used, rough cut lumber, wood siding, lots of miscellaneous. 10:00 A.M.: TRUCKLOAD OF GROCERIES. 10:00 A.M.: NEW & USED TACK AND HORSE RELATED ITEMS Lots of good, used tack saddles, blankets, etc. 10:30 A.M.: WILL START DRIVING HORSES (weather permitting). 10:30 A.M.: NEW & USED FARM EQUIPMENT, HAY & STRAW, FIREWOOD. 10:45 A.M.: LAWN FURNITURE. Large selection of outdoor wood Lawn Furniture, vinyl & wooden swing sets. 11:00 A.M.: LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT 3’ garden harrow by Lower Valley Welding, lots of quality new & used mowers including, Exmark Lazer Z 60”, Land Pride ZT60 60”, Land Pride ZST 48”, JD 316 48”, JD 240 48”, JD LX178 38”, JD LX186 48”, JD 165 38”, Cub Cadet 2185 Hydro, Snappex ZTR 50”, Gravely ZT 48”, JD 48” walk-behind hydro, Dixon, ZTR 42” Bagger, JD 6 HP 21” Bagger, Swisher 60” Pull Behind, JD 4x2 Gator Cub, JD XUV 850D 200 hrs. 11:15 A.M.: CARRIAGES Rebuilt stormfront carriage w/extras, used fiberglass courting buggy, 1 new stormfront carriage with extras by Drumore Carriage Shop. 11:30 A.M.: HORSES: There will be a good selection of Morgans, standardbreds, saddlebredsm ponies by Aaron Esh, Ivan Petersheim, Leroy Reiff, Kauffman Bros., Joe Kauffman and some good local drivers. Horse consignments still accepted. For More Information on the horses, call 717-284-2862 ext. 4. 12:00 NOON: STORAGE SHEDS 12x28 vinyl garage w/porch, 12x26 vinyl garage by Twin Locust, 12x26 vinyl garage, plus some smaller sheds by Green Tree Structures, 10x20 Run In Shed by Riverview Horse Bans, Gazebo by Pencroft Structures. Many More Items Too Numerous to Mention! Lots of delicious homemade food, Including Pig Roast, Chicken Barbecue And Ice Cream!!! Consignments Accepted Until Sale Day. Terms By Rawlinsville Sale Committee, Accepting: Cash Visa, MasterCard, Or Honorable PA Check Only. No Out-Of-State Checks - Not Responsible For Accidents, Fire Damage Or Theft. All Announcements Made Sale Day Take Precedence Over All Advertising.
For More Info. Call: 717-284-3943
For Pictures, go to www.auctionzip.com #1731
Bring the Family and spend the day with us!
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Rick Kress Sr. Auctioneer (717) 968-3994
SEEKING VINTAGE SPORTS CARDS AND MEMORABILIA
SATURDAY, APRIL 14TH, 2012 AT 9:00 A.M. 1958 Dubs Church Rd., HANOVER, PA 17331
As the Worldâ€™s Largest Collectibles Auctioneer, only Heritage Auctions can supply the market strength to provide the highest possible ďŹ nancial return for your vintage trading cards and sports collectibles. Cash advances, ďŹ nderâ€™s fees 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 thirty-ďŹ ve years in operation.
Partial Listing - Pencils - 2 Pullman Automobiles, York Garage and Supply Co., York, PA, Schmidtâ€™s Special Bottled Beer Money Clip, Fancy Pencil and Case, Case with Mother Mary, Germany - Bowl, Plate and Cup, Dish Set Edwin M. Knowles, Beer Trays, Juice Glasses, Disney Cups, Corn Plates, Old Plates, Sailboat Blue - Glasses and Ice Bowl, Wind-Up Peter Rabbit Chick Mobile - Lionel #1103 Train, Pyrex Dish and Holder, Fire-King, Papier-Mache Bowl, Small Hand-Woven Rug, Beaded Purses, Doll Bed, Kidâ€™s Kitchen Tool, Kidâ€™s Food Container, Annie Book, Light-up Number Box, Camels Displays, Quaker State Drum, Flange Edge Prince Sign, McCaskey Cash Register, Blue Grass Ignition Display Painted on Wood, Gas Can, Saucer Sled, 4 Plank Bottom Chairs, Bowes Tub Repair Display, Cast-Iron Dentistâ€™s Stool, National Cash Register Green (Candy Store), National Register (Candy Store), 1929 Toledo Meat Scale, Old Yellow/Green Porcelain Gas Stove, Ed Crenshawâ€™s Shoe Serves Double Sided Neon, Coca-Cola Light-Up, 2 Black Jack Bar Top Video Games, Traffic Light, Brass From Post Office Box, 12 Drawer Softwood Display Cabinet, Auto Accident Kit, Coca-Cola Tray, Picture Hunting Litho, E. Ingraham Mantel Clock Circa 1871, Bee Smoker, US Navy Light, 5 Vogue Records, Cast Shoe Shine Foot Rest, Solid Base Shoe Shine Foot Rest, Visible Glass Mailbox, Halloween and other Postcards, 1917 Oct. Vision Tester, Whee Lo Magnetic Spinning Wheel Toy, Royal Typewriter, Wooden Skate Case and Skates, Lantern, Butter Turn, Old Tin Car, Uneeda Cracker Box, Early Wooden Ringer, Dough Mixer, Cast-Iron Mechanical Bank, Childâ€™s Bowl Depicting Negroid Baby, and Lots More! Slot Machines - Jennings Dutch Boy and Girl 1922 5 Cent, Mills Castle 5 Cent, Mills Diamond 5 Cent, Pace Club Bell 5 Cent, Mills Little Perfection 1925 Wooden 1 Cent Trade Stimulator, Deval Liberty Bell 1940 Trade Stimulator, Marvel Trade Stimulator, Mills 3 Bells 5, 10, 25 Cent Slot Machine, Keeneys 1946 5 Cent Slot Machine. Coin-Operated Rides - Horse 1960â€™s, Corvette, Power Boat, Train 1950â€™s. Coins - Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters, Half Dollars, Dollars, Listing Coming Soon! Signs - Real Estate Double Sided Neon, Bush Paint on Aluminum, Velvet Porcelain, Marlboro Lightup Clock Double Sided, Beckerâ€™s Bread Paint on Steel, Tedâ€™s Paint on Steel, Vicks, Barbershop Paint on Wood, Tatum, Ash Grove Porcelain, Sunny, Goodyear, Oil Zum, Atlantic Porcelain, Safe Mark, Sonic, Zenith, Portland, 2 Gas Face, BF Goodrich Plaque, Butter and Egg Litho, Bull Durham Litho, Nehi Drink, Bendix Neon, Wolfâ€™s Head Tin, Parco, Mica Standard Oil, Maytag, Sterling Beer Lamp, Coors Beer Tap Handle, Michelob Beer Tap Handle, L & M Cigarette Paint on Tin, Kentucky Club Cigarette Painted Tin, Drink Coca-Cola Paint on Tin, 18â€? Coca-Cola Button, 2 Gulf Diesel SS Painted on Aluminum, Double Sided Painted Dairy lea Ice Cream with Hanger, Painted on Steel Double Sided Quaker State Motor Oil Tome Stone, Coca-Cola Painted on Steel, CITGO SS, Try American Regular Double Sided Painted on Steel, Piedmont Cigarette Single Sided Porcelain Sign, American Thermo. Single Sided, Pure Bet Hose Painted on Wood, Atlas Bet Hold Paint on Steel, Goodyear Tire Stand, 7Up DS Light-up Sign, CITGO Auto Fuel Paint on Aluminum, BF Goodrich Tires Lexon Sign, Snapper Lexon Sign, Uni Royal Lexon Sign, Kelly Tires Lexon Sign, Feed and Supply Painted steel, Hoffman Beverage Sign Porcelain, Newport Paint on Aluminum, Coke Clock Plastic Bat, Hatoon Securities Lexon, Dr. Pepper Thermometer, Prescription Neon, Poultry Farm Paint on Wood, 2 Volco Double Sided Painted Hanging Sign, 2 New Old Stock We Have Kerosene, Double Sided Porcelain Esso/ Standard, Esso Single Sided Porcelain, Pepsi Painted Aluminum, Goodyear Tire Triangle Porcelain Single Sided, Say Pepsi Please Tin Painted, Atlantic Double Sided Porcelain with Hangers, Kendal D Porcelain with Hanger and Bullet Holes, Mater Mix Tin Painted, Lee Tires Single Sided Metal, Sears Single Sided Porcelain, Gulf Gasoline Single Sided Porcelain, Goodyear Service Station Single Sided Porcelain, Goodyear Tires Single Sided Porcelain, Goodrich Tires Single Sided Porcelain, Coca-Cola Tin Painted, CITGO/Pepsi Painted on Aluminum, New Old Stock Pepsi Score Board with Numbers Painted on Aluminum, RC Cola Painted on Tin, Single Sided Price Signs, Kent Feed Painted on Tin, 9 ft. Rare Coca-Cola Green Background, Single Sided Pepsi-Cola Bottle Cap Single Dot, Corduroy Tires Painted on Tin, Tru-Test Painted on Tin, Plaid Stamp Double Sided Painted on Tin, Winston Cigarette Painted on Tin, Gulf Single Sided Porcelain, Aetna Double Sided Porcelain, Rare 9 ft. Firestone Single Sided Porcelain Sign, Pure Porcelain Double Sided, Texaco Porcelain Double Sided, 1954 Sinclair Gasoline Double Sided Porcelain, Exxon Single Sided Porcelain Sign, 1934 Mobil Gas Double Sided Porcelain only 1 good side, 1960 Phillips Double Sided Porcelain with Original Hanger and Lots More. More Advertising To Be Added By Sale Time. Cash, Good Check, Announcements Made Day of Sale, Precede All Written Advertising. Full Listing and Photos on www.auctionzip.com #25979 Rick Kress: AU005675 Questions Please Call Rick 717-968-3994
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ANTIQUES - PRIMITIVES THOUSANDS OF OLD TOOLS BUTCHER EQUIPMENT FURNITURE - COLLECTIBLES STONEWARE CROCKS - OLD TOYS
COINS, JEWELRY, WATCHES
FRIDAY, APRIL 6TH ~ 4 P.M. (PREVIEW BEGINNING AT 9 A.M.) 1667 CIDER PRESS RD., MANHEIM, PA 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. 4:00 P.M. COINS - Approx. 50+ Lots: $500+ in 90% Face Silver; 10+ Silver Dollars; 20+ oz. 999 Silver; 20+ Proof Mint Sets; Lg. Amount of Wheat Pennies; Misc. Buffalo & V Nickels, etc. 4:30 P.M. WATCHES: 50+ Pocket & Wristwatches Incl. Some Railroad Grade Pocket Watches; Several Nice Wristwatches, etc.; Watches by Hamilton, Illinois, Bulova, Elgin, etc.; Watches to be Sold Immediately After Coins. 4:45 P.M. JEWELRY: Gold Incl. 250+ Gold Rings Many w/Diamonds & Other Gemstones Incl. Ruby, Sapphire, Pearls, Amethyst, Opals, Emeralds, Jade, Garnets, & More; Lg. Number Gold Bracelets Incl. 1 w/Coral; Vict. Gold Locket; Sev. Vict. Pins; Lg. Amount Gold Findings & Parts; Lg. 18k Cameo Pin w/Seed Pearls; Sterling Incl. 200+ Native Amer. Turquoise Rings; Misc. Other Sterling Pins, Rings, Bracelets, etc.; Costume Jewelry Incl. Some Vict. G.F. & Sterling; Lots of Loose Stones; Various Other Pcs. Auctioneers: John M. Hess AU003484L John Carl Jr. AU005263L Phil Nissley AU002874L AY000253L 717-664-5238 or 877-599-8894 www.hess-auction.com
(Items Selling From A 200 Year Old Farm)
IMPORTANT ANTIQUE AUCTION From The Aaron Grubb Family
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2012 - 9:00 A.M. AUCTION SITE: Held at the farm, 1576 Louser Road, ANNVILLE, PA 17003 South Annville Twp., Lebanon County, PA
Two auctioneers selling at the same time. This is a large auction. DIRECTIONS: .5 miles east of Campbelltown on Rt. 322, left on Louser Road, first farm on right. CONDITIONS BY: Verna Struphar, POA FOOD STAND: Farm Women & The Florys PREVIEW: Friday, April 13 from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. FOR COLOR PHOTOS, VISIT OUR WEBSITES: www.nelsonebersole.com and www.auctionzip.com CHOOSE AUCTIONEER #2407 AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: NELSON L. EBERSOLE ROY D. SHIRK LICENSE #AU-001307-L LICENSE #AU-003248-L PHONE 717-269-0608 PHONE 717-269-0654
THIRD GENERATION PUBLIC AUCTION SELLING ITEMS FROM THE BALTHASER GENERAL STORE
GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 2012 AT 9:00 A.M. Auction held indoors in the former Balthaser’s General Store building located
HAMBURG, BERKS CO., PA
on the corner of Third St. and State St., Furniture - Early lift top desk w/1 drawer 46”Hx43”W, early standing desk w/3 drawers & stretcher base 71”W, early 2-pc. Secretaries desk/bookcase 83”Hx43”W, secretaries desk/bookcase 92”Hx46”W, slant front desk, oak Srolltop desk 52”W, early 3-drawer blanket chest w/fancy strap hinges & faint decoration, (4) blanket chests, 2-lid wood chest, cedar chest, camelback trunk, low zinc lined dry sink, jelly cupboard, oak pedestal round table, assorted chairs & rockers, dbl. sided bench, park benches, twig stand, Reed stand, parlor tables, claw ft. love seat, rope bed, (2) ball & claw piano stools, (2) wdn. clothes racks, yarn winder, (2) standing dressing mirrors, wdn. stools, Cornish & Co. Washington, NJ pump organ, Newman Brothers Chicago, IL pump organ, upright piano by Carpenter Brattleboro, VT, Victor victrola, school desks, lg. potbelly stove, butcher’s block table. Display Cabinets - Ribbon spool cabinet by Exhibition showcase Co., Erie, PA, 15-drawer Ladies Home Journal Pattern’s cabinet, 80-drawer octagon shape hardware cabinet, umbrella cabinet by Siegel, Roth, Schild & Co., McCaskey account register w/S-roll Alliance, Ohio, Diamond Dye (Wash Day) cabinet w/sample cards & dye packets, J & P Coats lift top spool cabinet, Clarks 6-drawer Mile-End spool cabinet, Clarks 6-drawer Mile-End lift top spool cabinet, Scissors & Shears cabinet, Brighton Garter 25 cent cabinet, Fashion stride slip box w/6 drawers, Willimantic spool cotton table, Anchor Brand clothes wringer display rack, Shoes & Rubbers glass display house, (2) shoe fitting wdn. stools, Ingersoll Watches tin sign, US Royal Cord Tires tin sign, Kelly Tires tin sign, Entrance wdn. sign w/pointed finger, Trimo Tools wdn. sign, Fabric Center wd. sign, glass standing showcase 71” W x43” H, countertop showcases, 5-bin seed cabinet, 21-bin seed cabinet, 5-tier flower stand, Kleinert’s dress shield cabinet, (7) chalkware mannequin heads, early dress forms, Union & National cash registers, paper cutters, Eclipse Shirts mirror. Antiques & Collectables - 1844 Phila. percussion shotgun w/brass patch box, US brass powder horn, Civil War soldier picture, hand-carved walking stick, Regulator - mantel alarm clocks, Edison home phonograph, (2) lg. split oak baskets, sock stretchers, quilts, comforters, table covers, 1920 ladies’ swimsuit, flapper dress, clothing, shoes, purses, early hats, jewelry, pocket watches & knives, ink pens, local adv. items, German books, photo albums, flute, violin, trumpet, couch drop tins - Reading, Sweet Cuba tobacco tin, picture frames, washboards, Ford tire pump, early license plates, balance & beam scales, Roseville, McCoy, lady head vases, Fiesta, Planters peanuts jar, Ironstone, assorted glassware, kerosene lights, Packard boys bicycle, sq. American Beauty #Z31W washer, Howe bag scale, 1873 Enterprise coffee mill, Dayton Safety meat slicer, Detroit market scale, Dodge Mfg. Co. Yonkers, NY micrometer scale, (3) claw ft. cast-iron tubs, lg. cast-iron water trough and many other items. Note: Pictures posted on www.wagnerauctioneers.com or www.auctionzip.com. Doors open at 7:30 A.M., chairs provided for seating, selling with 2 Auctioneers No buyer’s premium, No absentee bids. Terms: Cash or PA checks, day of auction. No out-of-state checks. Loading area along side of building - ONLY. Paid receipts must be shown before leaving the building. Auctioneers: Dennis F. Wagner, AU-001427-L | Tracy L. Wagner, AU-003172-L Phone: 610-562-7445
WEDNESDAY ANTIQUE AUCTION WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11TH 3:30 P.M. PREVIEW: Two Hours Prior To Auction RHOADS & RHOADS AUCTION CENTER
SPRING CITY, PA
CLEARFIELD COUNTY ESTATE
ANTIQUE AUCTION S739274
FURNITURE: Pine Drop Leaf Table, Four Arrowback Chairs, Contemporary Blue Carved Lamp Table, Cupboard, Stools, Library Table, Occasional Tables, Chairs, Wicker Furniture, Wrought Iron Furniture. ANTIQUES: Flow Blue Dishes, Western Style Franconia, Paperweights, Hall, Country Wooden Items, Sewing Machines, Jugs, Onyx, Cut & Pattern Glass, Crocks, Knickknacks, Lots of Children’s Books, Paper Items, Glassware, Crackle Glass, Lamps, Pictures, Frames, Chalkboards, Children’s Furniture, Bread Tins, Other Tins, Cigar Boxes, Baseball And Football Cards, Life Magazines, McCoy Planters, Lefton China, Coffee Grinders, Sausage Stuffers, Collectable Pins, Lots Of Small Toys And Games, Dolls, Barbies, Composition, Shirley Temples, Lots Of Boxes of Dolls, Many Foreign And Small Dolls, More. Bobble Head Dolls: Yankees, Kansas City, Snoopy, Doll clothing, Hundreds Of Pieces Of Jackie Fleishman Costume Jewelry, Boxes Of Linens, Sewing Collectables, Advertising Trays, Jars Of Old Buttons, Feed Bags, Irons, Shoe Molds, Old Photos, Bottles, Lots Of Old Dishes, Accessories, Many Small Collectables, Badges, Showcases Of Contemporary Pottery, All Seasons And Styles. Box Lots Of Antiques, Etc. Large Collection Of Matchboxes, More Than You Can Imagine!!! Movie Poster Collection: Sold At 6:00 P.M. Incredible Collection Of Movie Posters, Many From The 1960’s, & 70’s And Many Earlier, With Important Movie Stars, Liz Taylor, Mamie Van Doran, Natalie Wood, Bridget Bardot, Dennis Hopper, George Segal, Marlin Brando, Early Striptease Posters, Some Punk Rock, More. Lobby Cards, Horror Films, Early German Posters With Great Graphics, Etc. Over 1,000 Pieces. Postcards, Books, Paper Items, Comics, Valentines, And Lots More! Ron Rhoads There Will Be Much More Than AU 002045L Listed … Watch Website!!! Eileen Rhoads 383 Ben Franklin Hwy. W., DOUGLASSVILLE, PA Box Lots 3:30 P. M. AU 003750L 610-385-4818 Robert Homan 12% Buyer’s Premium, AU 005360 WEB: WWW.ECHANT.COM 2% Discount Cash or Checks
Directions: 20 Bonnie Brae Road (Rt. 724), Spring City, PA
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 2012 Gallery opens at 3 P.M. - Auction begins at 5 P.M.
TONY’S AUCTION GALLERY AH001934 Specializing in Vintage, Antiques & Collectibles
PUBLIC AUCTION ★ SAT,. APRIL 7TH AT 9:00 A.M.
East End of the Antique Depot, 1401 2nd Avenue, Routes 22 & 764
DUNCANSVILLE, PA 16635
FARM MACHINERY, ANTIQUES, FURNITURE
814.317.5075 This sale consists of items curated from a 100 year old homestead that has served as not only the family home but as a country store, a garage, a town meeting hall and a polling/voting facility throughout this past century. Many not commonly seen pieces have been found in this “time capsule” and we are still uncovering “hidden treasures” in the many nooks and crannies of this home.
FEATURE ITEMS: *Rare UNIVERSAL coin-operated talking machine *JAS. HAMILTON CO. jug from Greensboro, PA *Klu Klux Klan uniform Partial homestead listing includes such items as: Vintage and antique artwork, prints, calendars, photos; advertising in porcelain, wood and tin; boys’ and girls’ toys, games, dolls & trains by Marx, American Flyer and Lionel; wooden name brand packing crates in all sizes including a Crosley Mini Fridge crate; vintage and antique holiday decorations including Halloween papier-mache, Valentine greetings and assorted Christmas ornaments, etc.: Household goods including crockery, jugs, kitchenware, glassware, coffee grinder, storage jars, candle molds, bowls, cookie cutters and candy molds, linens, some black Americana, cast-iron skillets, enamelware, spool cabinet, tools and flashlights, cigar mold, PRR NOS glasses, miner’s lamp, fishing rods, assortment of time pieces including tall wood case clock, radios, antique radio horn, antique wall phones, mirrors, furniture, lighting and so much more… ...and as if that is not enough several branded items from the family country store including counter jars, eight ball mirror, Moxie crates, SUNBEAM screen doors, and other fixtures... ...also a few antique firearms: *STEVENS .22 caliber pump gallery gun *16 gauge double barrel shotgun *J. STEVENS .32 caliber “CRACKSHOT” rifle Thank you for checking our listings regularly and for your patience as we keep you updated with the latest finds and additions while we continue processing the site and finally get to adding photos!!! Save the date - APRIL 11th - and plan to attend; this looks to be a wonderful sale!!!
PUBLIC AUCTION ★ WED., APRIL 11TH AT 2 P.M. FURNITURE, CLOCKS, ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, MILK BOTTLES
Tylersport Firehouse, 125 W. Ridge Rd. (Rt. 563) 18971 FURNITURE: 2 bowfront China closets, blanket & cedar chests, M. top stand, wood box, Oak pedestal table, DL table, claw foot & library tables, dry sink, clothes tree, floor lamps, washstand, hanging cabinet, Oak highchair & rockers, carpenter’s box, sideboard, bench, Vict. side chairs & love seat, 6 hoop back chairs, towel rack, vanity, porc. top table, English period cane DR chair, pictures, mirrors. SMALLS: Sterling silverware, CI doorstops, Gaudy Dutch bowl, Gaudy Welsh teapot, plates, C&Ps & pitcher; transferware, blue deco crocks, spongeware, cut, Carnival & opalescent glass, Candlewick cake stand, water set, tumblers & plates; Cranberry hobnail water set, kero lamps, chamber set, 8 sterling plates & candleholders, mustache mug, Haviland China, Dresden & German plates, English China set, Stangl, 25 Clocks Incl.: 2 Ansonia China clocks, Gingerbread, mantel, Steeple & wall; Staffordshire figurines, Reed & Barton tea set, agate, punch bowl, covered tureens, glass butter churns, RR lantern, Coke keg, spice box, melon baskets, quilts, 25+ local milk bottles, milk boxes & crates, reverse painting, crocks, jardinières, W. Rogers silverware, rabbit mold, Dep. tumblers, Lenox animal plates, Blickensderfer typewriter, Freemason books, G. Hatford portrait album, jewelry, M. Alexander & Ideal dolls, CI dog, advertising pcs., English prints. MISC.: Wdn. washer, sleds, sadirons & charcoal irons, cherry pitter, ice shaver, ice tongs, Bonnet lantern, brass rule w/ etching, wdn. brace, block planes, steel wheel, Jazzu Pride power chair, radial arm saw, power tools & more.
Auctioneer: Robert B. Kitchen AU-002917
TERMS: CASH, CHECK * 10% BUYER’S PREMIUM (04/11/12) * FOOD AVAILABLE
RALPH D. FREED AUCTIONEERS, INC AY002100 610-287-8901, 215-822-2826, freedauctions.com, auctionzip.com #3561 (photos)
Visit www.auctionzip.com ID#28560 For Photos Terms: No buyer’s premium; cash, check with proper I.D., or charge accepted; all items are sold asis; all verbal information on the day of this auction will take precedence. And as always, food and beverages available at the sweet Snack Spot!
111 Stover Park Rd., TINICUM TWP. BUCK CO., 18947 (Rt. 611 to Deep Run Rd., follow Dark Hallow Rd. to R. on Stover Park Rd.) FARM MACHINERY: International 856 tractor w/front end loader, International 46 wire baler w/thrower, Super 77 tractor, Henston 310 Windrower, J. Deere FBB grain drill, New Holland 68 baler, New Idea manure spreader, sickle bar, transport disc, bale elevator, hay rake, 3 farm wagons, 2 bt. plow, 1 horse plow, Lawn Tractors: JD 125, Husqvarna 2148, Nomia; Fimco sprayer, air compressor, hand tools. MISC.: CI kettles, feed troughs, milk cans, crocks, jugs, milk bottles, wdn. barrels, Blacksmith vise, horse harness, animal traps, feed buggies, chain saws, wagon seat, alum. ladders, Huffy bike, ACs, Bruno electric chair lift. FURNITURE: Jelly cupboard, settee, sideboard, ext. & DL tables, kitchen cabinet, high back bed, washstands, bureaus, oak slant front desk, cedar chest & wardrobe, commode, trunks, cane seat chairs, wdn. wheel baby carriage, butcher’s bench, rockers, reverse paintings & prints, 2 mantel clocks, kero lamps, Ironstone, mixing bowls, copper wash boiler, buggy lights, Borden’s Ice Cream pull toy, many quilts, comforters, Carnival glass, water sets, RR lantern, baskets, gold filled & other pocket watches, old eyeglasses, Crosley radio, GE refrig., washer, dryer, chest freezer Sony TV, more. NO BUYER’S PREMIUM.
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NAZARETH AUCTION CENTER
LIFETIME COLLECTION OF SPORTS CARDS
Solid Brass - WOW!
CHUPP AUCTIONS PRESENTS …
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2012 - 10 A.M.
350+ TOY AUCTION!
Wow! Very RARE!
SPECIAL PREVIEW: FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH FROM 5 TO 7 P.M. SATURDAY THE DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 A.M. NAZARETH AUCTION CENTER, 330 W. Moorestown Rd.
LOCATED: South of Shipshewana, IN on State Rd. 5 1 mile to the Chupp Auction Center
SHIPSHEWANA, IN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2012
ADDRESS: 890 S. Van Buren Street,
(Rt. 512), (11 Miles N. of Bethlehem & Rt. 22 or 4 Miles S. of Wind Gap and Rt. 33) Make plans now to attend this jam-packed auction of a lifetime single-owner sports card collection. Highlights of this massive sale include an outstanding run of partial Topps and Bowman baseball sets from 1950, 1952, 1957 thru 1961 and 1963 thru 1969, many nearcomplete with stars and rookies included! Also included is a run of complete 1970’s Topps sets, including 1970 (one complete), 1971 (one complete and one partial), 1972 (one complete and one partial), 1973 (one complete and one near complete), 1974 (one complete and one near complete), 1975 (two complete), 1976 (two complete), 1977 (two complete), 1978 (three complete), 1979 (three complete), 1980 (three complete) and more from the early 1980’s. Many high-grade star and rookie cards also will be offered for individual sale. Among them are seven different Topps Mickey Mantle cards, including 1957 #95, 1959 #10, 1964 #50, 1967 #150, 1969 #500, etc., 1952 Bowman Yogi Berra #1; 1957 #328 Brooks Robinson RC; 1973 O-Pee-Chee #615, Mike Schmidt RC; 1969 Topps #260 Reggie Jackson RC; 1957 #1 Ted Williams; 1957 Topps #10 Willie Mays; 1957 Topps #76 Roberto Clemente; 1960 Topps #148 Carl Yastrzemski RC; 1965 Topps #477 Steve Carlton RC; 1962 Topps #1 Roger Maris; 1963 Fleer #42 Sandy Koufax; 1963 Fleer #5 Willie Mays; 1965 Topps #160 Roberto Clemente; 1968 Topps #247 Johnny Bench RC; 1972 Topps #200 Roger Staubach RC, all of the key 1980’s B.B. cards and many, many more! Also offered for sale are many lots of the elusive and hard-to-find HIGH numbers from 1957 (mid series), 1961, 1963, 1964, 1966 and 1967 Topps, with stars and high-grade cards among them. In addition, this auction is loaded with more than 75 large quantity lots of vintage baseball cards from the 1950’s, ‘60’s, and ‘70’s, offering both excellent breakdown value and set building opportunities for collectors. More than a dozen lots of boxes of 1980’s-1990’s unopened wax boxes and complete sets also will be sold. Be sure to mark your calendar now for this tremendous auction of a lifetime collection that should not be missed by dealers and collectors alike. See website for listings and photos www.dottauction.com or www.auctionzip.com Auct. ID#1255 Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium - 3% discount for cash/good check.
Beginning at 2:00 P.M. Held same day as the Shipshewana Auction “Special Toy Auction.” Two Events held same day … Half mile apart!!!
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The FIRST GREAT FIREARMS SALE of the p r e s e n t e d by r o c k i s l a n d a u c t i o n c o m p a n y
AN ENCYCLOPEDIC SELECTION OF:
MILESTONES in the EVOLUTION of WINCHESTER
Colts, Winchesters, U.S. and German Military, Sporting Arms, 19th Century American Arms, & Americana
APRIL 20, 21 & 22, 2012
From the beginings with New Haven Arms Volcanic, and Henrys to the ultra-rare Briggs Patent, two 1 of 1000’s, an 1876 Centennial pistol and highconditioned examples of nearly every lever action model year.
FEATURED IN THIS AUCTION Over 700 Outstanding Colts Nearly 100 Colt percussions, Over 100 single action Army revolvers, high conditioned and rare Bisleys, over 50 Woodsmans including prototypes, quality early autos, derringers, high condition Colt Longarms, and an original 1883 Gatling gun with carriage.
Over 350 Excellent Winchesters Two 1 of 1000’s, Winchester Centennial Model 1876 Revolver, Iron Frame Henry, Volcanic Carbine and pistol, a Briggs Patent Henry, and high quality examples of nearly all lever action models.
Serial Number 1 Exhibition Engraved and Cased Colt Navy Cartridge Revolver, er er, Presented by Colt to Lewis Sheldon, Colt Paymaster during the Civil War
The Finest Known Documented 1880 Production Colt Cavalry Model Single Action Revolver
Rare WWII U.S. Army “Singer Contract” M1911A1 Semi-Automatic Pistol
1 OF 3 SINGERS
High-Grade Sporting Arms High quality side by side, over/under, slide and semi-auto shotguns. Nice collection of over 100 slide actions featuring engraved and gold inlaid examples.
Quality Military Arms The Finest Collection of 130+ Lugers ever offered by RIAC, 90+ P-38s, early Nambus, and many quality sniper rifles. Over 100 1911’s including three Singers, 30+ desirable M1’s, Trench Guns, and military knives.
Antique Military Arms Rare Schofield Revolvers, Civil War arms featuring two Berdan’s, Henry rifles and Confederate arms. Outstanding RemingtonLee rifles from the collection of author Gene Myszkowski and many other rare lowproduction transitional Martial arms.
Extremely Rare Historic Cased Presentation Colt No. 3 Belt Model Paterson Revolver with Original and Full Compliment of Accessories
Historic and Extremely Important Cased Model 1902 Georg Luger DWM Semi-Automatic Carbine with Gold Inlaid Borchardt Presentation
19th Century Antiques & Americana Featuring Territorial Stoneware, Presidential items from Lincoln and Grant, the diversity of Tiffany, Illinois River decoys, oil paintings and much more.
Also Featured Antique Flintlocks and Percussions including historical and presentation examples, cased ivory pair of dueling pistols, rare Sharps rifles and pistols, and over 230 Randall Knives including miniatures and presentations.
Magnifi agnificent Cobalt ecorated Lowell Decorated ottery Sugar Bell Pottery ith Presentation with scription Inscription
Extremely Scare, Very Fine, One of Only 52, Original Sharps Model 1877 No. 2 Long Range Rifle
Engraved Parker Bros. AAHE Grade 7 Double Barrel Shotgun in .410 Gauge with Case
Extraordinary 19th Century Steer Horn Chair with Relief Carved Decoration Rare L.C. Tiffany Studios Laburnam Lamp
Fine Peter Gonter Flintlock Kentucky Rifle
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SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2012 10 A.M.
(2) LARGE ANTIQUE AUCTIONS
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York Expo Center
3540 Newport Rd., 17074 1 ⁄2 mile south of Newport, just off Rt. 34 on Rt. 849. INSIDE HEATED - WATCH FOR SIGNS. Inspection one (1) hour before sale. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: This is a Catalog Auction of 250 lots. Go to Auctionzip.com ID# 1454 or call (717) 567-3182 for catalog. I.D. Required for Bidder’s Number. TERMS: Cash or Good PA Check Ralph J. Lesh Jr. CAI, AU-002093-L Fully Insured Newport, PA 17074 Licensed - Bonded (717) 567-3182/3523 or FAX (717) 567-7888 Food Stand Specializing in Estates Liquidations, Real Estate, AU-002093-L Automotive & COMPLETE AUCTION SERVICE Construction Equipment S739580 *** NO BUYER’S PREMIUM ***
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THURS., APRIL 5, 2012
Preview: Wed., April 4, 6-8 P.M., & 9:00 A.M. Day of Auction Day Russell & Eleanor Gohn Estate, York, PA
10:00 A.M.: Antiques, Primitives, Glass, China: 100s & 100s of pieces of china & glass, lots of early china Rose Medallion & other very early pieces many with early staple repairs, a lot of oriental style items, lots of cut glass, many primitives, Redware, bone handle flatware sets, ironware, brass & copper, old prints & so much more, over 600 pictures online, a huge variety of items, must come & see what’s here. 10:00 A.M.: 2nd Auctioneer selling: Lots of modern collectables, decorative china, glassware, brass, original art done by Mrs. Gohn, 50+ new picture frames, 100s of Books, glassware, china & much more. 3:00 P.M. Over 100 pcs. of Antique Furniture: Dry sink, corner cupboard, Victorian bedroom suite, (6) blanket chests, (7) drop leaf tables, spinning & flax wheels, washstands, cradles, cupboards, empire & other dressers, plank btm. chairs, Victorian sofas & lots of chairs & more.
THURS., APRIL 12, 2012 10:00 A.M.
Preview: Wed., April 11, 6-8 P.M., & 9:00 A.M. Day of Auction Day
to be held at RockMeyer Auction Parke
Willow Street Pequea Twp., Lancaster Co., PA 17584 SAT., APRIL 28, 2012 at 10:00 am 9 Brooks Avenue (off Rt. 272),
400+ lots of Dolls Antique and Modern Collectible Supplies and Books New and Vintage Steiff
10:00 A.M.: Jewelry: 30 + lots of Gold, also Sterling & Costume Jewelry, pocket watches. 10:45 A.M.: Silver: Nice Lot of Sterling Hollowware incl. (3) Tiffany & Co. pieces, .800 silver tea set, lots of silver plate. 11:30 A.M.: Coins: 21⁄2 dollar Gold pc., lots of Silver dollars, a few early coins, foreign coins some early, bulk lots of silver, silver medallions. 12:00 Noon: Antiques: Chocolate set, primitives, art glass, china, black items, arrowheads, stereoviewer & much more. 1:00 P.M.: Art Pottery: 50 pcs. of Hull, 40+ pcs. Majolica, 50+ pcs. corn pottery, 50+ pcs. various art pottery: Weller, Va n Brigle & many other makers, old pottery pitchers, English Royal China & much more. 10:00 A.M.: Toys: Tootsietoy Battleship set in box, Pepsi Truck w/box & many other toy trucks from 1930’s-1960’s, 1950’s Model Toys & other construction pieces, celluloid Mickey Mouse, pot metal & cast-iron cars & trucks, Lionel rolling stock & accessories, lots of early tin toys (some for parts), 1950’s JD farm toys, antique rocking horses, battery-ops w/boxes & many other vintage toys. 11:30 A.M.: Old Truck & Tractor Brochures: Awesome collection of 1940’s & 50’s Large Truck Brochures, Mack, Euclid, White, Kenworth, Divco, JEEP, Dodge & more, 2 cyl. JD brochures. 12:00 Noon: Roy Rogers Collection: Lunch Boxes, comics, Windup alarm clock, watches, MARX play set (NIB), Cookie Jars, signed cowboy hats, photos, cap guns, BB guns, books, magazine rack, train, cameras, lantern & much more 1:00 P.M.: Dolls & Books: 100 + dolls antique, vintage & collectable, old bear, miniature child’s & doll furniture, 100+ children’s books & much more. Terms: 12% Buyer’s Premium, Cash, Approved Check, Credit Card, Discounted 2% for cash or check
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Antique, German Bisque, Cloth, China, Composition, 1960’s-1990’s Hard Plastic, Vinyl, Cloth, MIB. Ideal Shirley Temple, Effanbee, Heidi Ott, Barbie, Lenci, Artist, Annalee, Vogue Brikette, Little Souls, MIB Tonner Gene and clothing, Barbie Ponytail and 1963 No 870 Fashion Queen in OB.
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Large Dolls: 35” Sandy McCall, 44” MIB “Woody,” 36” MIB My Size Barbie 1st ed., 30” Sweet Sue, 39” Chad Valley Type, 31”/36” Armand Marseille dolls, 28” Dolly Record, 36” Shirley Temple. Supplies: Wigs, shoes, hats, clothing, repro bodies. Much more not listed.
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THURSDAY , APRIL 12
To be held at 30 West Water Street,
HUGHESVILLE, PA 17737
Preview: 8 A.M.
Watch for auction signs at the intersection of Main and Water Streets.
ESTATE AUCTION: 9 A.M.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7TH, 2012
Featuring the Vintage Americana and Toy Collection of Lawrence and Elaine Schafle starting at 12:00 Noon. The Lawrence and Elaine Schafle Collection: This fine collection of Americana, folklore and vintage toys was lovingly collected by the Schafles over decades. We are proud to offer this unique collection which includes: Antique weathervanes, trade signs, barber poles, whirligigs, cast-iron doorstops, glass candy containers, birdhouses, military, lithographed metal toys, circus memorabilia, Disney toys, coin banks, plastic ramp walkers, windups and roly-polies and much more. Furniture, Furnishings, Jewelry, Artwork, Collectibles, Antiques, Vintage Mark V Type Diving Helmet, 5 large ship lanterns, China & Glassware: Cobalt Blue Glass - Private Collection including creamer & sugar 12 mugs salt & pepper, butter dish candlestick, peanut container Cracker Barrel jar, vases, bowls. Lenox Dinnerware Set “Rhodera” pattern service for 10 & serving pieces.
STARTING AT 10:00 A.M. PREVIEW DAY OF SALE BEGINNING AT 8:30 A.M.
ANTIQUES * PRIMITIVES * BLUE DECORATED STONEWARE * GLASSWARE * GUNS * CLOCKS * MILK BOTTLES * REDWARE * FURNITURE * ART POTTERY * WELLER * CAP GUNS * BEADED PURSES * SEWING ITEMS * NAZI SWORD & DAGGER * COLLECTABLES * ETC.*
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AUCTION SALE BILLS Early 1800’s Long Rifle Two Glass Rabbit Perfumes
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THE GAP AUCTION 5336 MINE RD.,
Kilim Rug From Kuba District
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Large Swiss Music Box
Spring Antiques Spectacular
Shuttle Salesman’s Discovery Sample Track Bronze 12 NOON Cleaning Car with his name and beneath, “Town Clerk”. The wig has his name tag in the back. These Barrister style wigs and accessories are very rare, especially as complete as this one. It’s in excellent condition. Five 1906 pull down (window shade type) school maps in a large wood case of The Hebrew Culture and The Middle East. Toys: Champion cast iron, blue painted motorcycle cop with original white rubber tires in nice original condition. Hafner windup tin litho train set, Wyandotte windup tin litho locomotive. Several Greyhound Buses made by Tootsietoy. Battery operated Japanese Skipping Monkey, Budgie Toy double decker buses, Esslinger Elektrospielwaren - German electric trolley buses. 1981 Coleco, Donkey Kong personal game. Railroad: Rare salesman’s sample of a railroad track cleaning car and another flatcar in the original wood chest. The cars are intricately designed in wood with red painted cast-iron wheels. Late 1800’s. Consignors and estates wanted for this sale! What do you have for auction? Call 717-442-8529. Preview Tues., April 3, 12 Noon-4 P.M. and on the day of the sale from 10 A.M. until the start of the auction.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 2012
Fine Antiques, an early 1800’s barrister’s wig with tole case and accessories, an 1880’s Swiss 12 Song Cylinder Music Box with 6 Bells, an 18th century hand painted blanket chest, a fine clock collection. An early 1800’s Fowler, long rifle. An Arthur Stone Sterling Silver Punch Bowl with Underplate, Herbert A. Taylor, Gardner, Massachusetts, 1908-1912. With matching grape leaf decoration on the punch with “Stone,” Sterling, and the letter T. Over 137 troy Arthur Stone Sterling bowl and underplate. Impressed ounces. The bowl stands 91⁄4” tall by 137⁄8” in diameter. The underplate is 16” in diamePunch Bowl ter. In order to give this set its due it weighs an equivalent of 9.4 lbs.!!! A rare find French Empire indeed! at 12 Noon: Old white painted grain bin, long mortised bench, handmade Bronze Furniture dovetailed one-drawer stand, Hendredon breakfront, Sligh highboy. More Church Ormolu furnishings incl. wood folding chairs, small children’s chairs. A nice sized painted farm Urn table, a metal based slatted wood top round table, gorgeous upholstered and cane back oak chair, pine silver chest, early 19th C. dovetailed cradle. Nice oak furniture. A Sligh mahog. highboy, a mahog. server with revolving mirrored sides, a Bassett French Provincial bedroom set with pink marble inserts. Mahog. dining room tables with chairs. The Showroom: A Space Shuttle Discovery Collection featuring: A fine Eagle Bronze bust #14 of only 15, made by noted Pennsylvania wildlife artist, A.J. Obara Jr. This 41⁄2 x 21⁄2 inch sculpture was made for Colonel Joe H. Engle who commanded mission STS 51-I in August of 1985. The Eagle’s head is perched on a marble base with a plaque dedicating the mission. The Eagle’s head is a copy of the eagle used on the NASA patches commemorating this mission. Along with this rare bronze is a solid silver coin that commemorates the voyage, a certificate of authenticity signed by Colonel Engle, a certificate signed by A.J. Obara stating that the eagle is #14 of 15, an autographed photograph signed by all of the astronauts, a NASA eagle patch for the mission and a first day cover from Aug. 27, 1985. This particular eagle has rarely gone to auction. Lorenzo Other of Mr. Obara’s works appear in The Reagan Library and in many private collections. A huge Wood & Sons, England, Purple transfer dinnerware set, Enoch Vergnano Woods Castles. A fine collection of American Brilliant cut glass including Pineapple Art Cut Bowls, Dishes, Carafes, Knife rests and more!!! A quality Persian Kilim rug from Nouveau the Kuba district with angular medallions and flowers, 9’10”x5’5”. Several fine church stained glass windows in old wood sashes from Harrisburg circa 1906. Scent Bottles: Made in Germany these small scent bottles feature a bunny, a rabbit, a dog and a cat, and one in Mercury glass. REVOLUTIONARY WAR CURRENCY: THIRTEEN PIECES FROM 1774-1780 IN SHILLINGS, PENCE AND DOLLARS. COLONIAL CURRENCY FROM: N. CAROLINA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, MASSACHUSETTS BAY, MARYLAND, CONNECTICUT, RHODE ISLAND, NEW YORK, S. CAROLINA, VIRGINIA, NEW JERSEY, PENNSYLVANIA, AND GEORGIA. Cranberry etched decanter set, Lots of old silver plate, Nippon, Weller, Dresden. Old tins, old brass piano lamp. Firearms: Fine long rifle, an 1800’s English Fowler! Old shotguns and 22 rifles, nice wall hangers, repro and unusual firearms. Crocks and stoneware. Manganese lead glazed redware storage jar. Singer mini hand-crank sewing C.1790-1800 English Wig machine, Griswold #9 Dutch oven. Cranberry glass decanter set, heavily etched with five matching glasses. Impressive 19th century cast-iron kettle, all hand-forged. Two 19th century whale teeth. A collection of 35mm cameras and lenses. CLOCKS: Sessions made Advertising Regulator Clock for Coatesville Jewelers (“Garman” also painted on the face)! French Empire Bronze Ormolu Patinated Urn Gilt Clock, neoclassical design made in Montrichard. Porcelain face, time and strike. Jerome Beehive Clock, Elisha Manross and Gilbert Thirty hour Steeple Clocks. Other mantel clocks, a dozen to choose from. Look … British, circa 1800 white, horsehair clerk’s wig with original black tole box and stand, wood powder bottle and 2 bellows. Made by Ede, Son & Ravenscroft, London for Percy Saunders. The tole box is hand painted
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POSTCARDS AND EPHEMERA at 6 P.M.
THERE ARE SO MANY CATEGORIES OF POSTCARDS FEATURING PHOTO CARDS, TRANSPORTATION, SPORTS, FIRE TRUCKS, ANIMALS, FAMOUS PEOPLE, SANTA CLAUS IN MANY COLORS, RPPC, CHRISTMAS, EASTER, THANKSGIVING, HALLOWEEN, RAILROAD, FAMOUS PLACES, SPORTS, BLACK MEMORABILIA, EMBROIDERED, SERIES - INCLUDING THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, ETC. AN INCREDIBLE SELECTION OF QUALITY CARDS! MANY CHESTER COUNTY, PA POSTCARDS FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTY FROM THE LATE 1800’S TO THE MID 1900’S. COLLECTIBLE AND EARLY HARDCOVER BOOKS. ADVERTISING EPHEMERA. WE ALSO HAVE VINTAGE MAGAZINES INCLUDING LIFE, ESQUIRE, HOLIDAY, FORTUNE, BOY’S LIFE. CAR MAGAZINES INCLUDING RODDING, CUSTOM RODDER, SPEED & CUSTOM, HOT ROD. MANY 1950’S-1960’S CAR BROCHURES AND MANUALS TOO. MANY VINTAGE TRAVEL MAGAZINES, UNUSUAL TITLES LIKE THE AQUARIUM. 1960’S AMERICAN RIFLEMAN, 1960’S FOOTBALL, 1960’S GUNS, TRACTOR AND BACKHOE MANUALS, NUMISMATIC, ETC. THE LIST GOES ON AND ON … ALSO MEN’S MAGAZINES FROM THE 1960’S INCL: ESCAPADE, SWAGGER, MR, FIGURE, DUDE, MODERN SUNBATHING, FROM SEX TO SEXTY, BACHELOR, BACHELOR’S BEST, JAGUAR, SUN LIFE, ROGUE, SWANK, AFFAIR, CLICK, WILDCAT, GENT, HQ, ADAM, FLING, DAPPER, SPARKLE, AND OF COURSE, PLAYBOY . ALSO IN THIS SESSION WILL BE CABINET CARDS, PHOTOGRAPHS AND LOTS OF OLD COLLECTIBLE PAPER. A GREAT SALE FOR THE COLLECTOR, DEALER, AND EBAYER. PREVIEW WED, APRIL 4TH FROM 10 A.M.-UNTIL THE START OF THE POSTCARD AUCTION AT 6 P.M. Always accepting absentee and phone bids. Terms: 15% buyer’s premium for Visa, Mastercard or Discover discounted to 12% for cash or pre-approved check. PA Auction Lic. AY001987
1906 Baseball Team
Ten Commandments Set
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Thomas Edison, Henry Ford
18th Century Painted Chest
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APRIL 9, 2012 Important Photographs of the South Pacific by Dr. William Edgar Geil
A Rare Paul Evans Bronze Door Knocker
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Ceramics An Unsigned French Impressionist Painting
Utagawa Hiroshige II (1829-1869) Woodblock Print
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that actually dates itself - which all alone is interesting as the T206 Honus Wagner card was only issued in 1909 - October 16th is the date of the final and deciding game of the 1909 World Series between the
ball memorabilia, cards, boxing, and Americana. An incredible T206 Wagner. A Babe Ruth bat. Muhammad Ali’s trunks from the “Thrilla In Manilla” fight. A 1933 Goudey Lajoie in Mint condition. Babe Ruth’s rookie card. We have over 1,500 lots. Maybe it’s just that we happen to like all the items we accepted for auction, but to us it seems like every lot really is a highlight in some way.” T206 Honus Wagner: The famous T206 Honus Wagner needs no introduction and is a star wherever he goes, but this auction features a particularly extraordinary example of the most valuable card in the world. The date “Oct 16 1909” is stamped in purple ink on the reverse. “This is an incredible 1912 Ty Cobb Tobacco Tin MINT CONDITION! (reserve $40,000; estimate open).
Muhammad Ali Fight-Worn Trunks from the “Thrilla in Manilla” Bout Against Joe Frazier (Ex-Drew “Bundini” Brown Collection; and Photo and Video Matched!) (reserve $25,000; estimate $50,000 plus).
card with or without the stamp, but the date stamp gives this card an amazing significance,” notes REA president Robert Lifson. “Not only is this the only T206 Honus Wagner card
Pittsburgh Pirates and Detroit Tigers.” REA estimates that only approximately fifty T206 Honus Wagner cards are known to exist. The datestamped 1909 T206 Wagner has a reserve of $100,000 and is expected to sell for more than $300,000. 1912 Ty Cobb Tobacco Tin: The finest example in existence of the Ty Cobb Tobacco tin, one of collecting’s most legendary rarities, in unheard of MINT condition. There has not been (and we believe never will be) another example that can compare to this incredible gem. The Ty Cobb Tobacco Tin is one of the most elusive of all baseball tobacco-related items.
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A partial list includes: Fresh to the market antiques and collectibles from local estates including listed artists, fine crafted period furniture, period American Queen Anne tall case clock circa 1780, Roycroft signed tall magazine stand in original finish, L&JG Stickley desk w/ label, very unusual lion head carved bench, fine artwork by listed artist including Gloria DeArcangelis, Ron Van Sweringen, Chris Nissen, Andrew Von Morisse and many more, over 200 American silver and gold coins sold at 3:00 P.M., antique German bisque and American composition and vintage 50’s dolls, antique tin toy vehicles and modern collectible cars, motorcycles and trucks, American Civil War weapons and other military items, fine quality sterling jewelry sold in lots, Southwestern signed jewelry, fine Waltham weight driven banjo clock, Jurgens mantel clock w/chimes, antique lighting and chandeliers, and much more to be listed daily. Complete illustrated catalog online. Check Web site often for updates.
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www.antiquesandauctionnews.net It has the same rarity as the sial claim, as another bat exists T206 Ty Cobb card with Ty that has a very good claim to Cobb Tobacco advertising back that honor,” notes REA offi(approximately twelve of each cials. “But at the very least it is are known). Even the original a great Ruth bat.” It is the very blue tobacco tax stamp paper same style bat that factory strip is still attached. It is the records show were sent to Ruth only Ty Cobb Tobacco tin on one week before Opening Day, which the original tax stamp and that he is seen holding in all strip remains. (Reserve photos taken on Opening Day $40,000; estimate open). in 1923. 1923 Babe Ruth Bat: Legendary Card Rarities Included in the auction is an Including Babe Ruth Rookie. extraordinary 1923 Babe Ruth This sale will include virtually bat. The extensive research on every one of the baseball card this bat suggests it was proba- collecting world’s most revered “Holy Grails”. In addition to the famous T206 Honus Wagner, included are all of the others rarities of the T206 set, some with several examples. The rare T206 “Slow Joe” Doyle, NY Nat’l, one of fewer than ten examples known to exist, is the famous Joe Pelaez Collection example. One of the greatest treasures of all tobacco cards, the only other example of the rare T206 Doyle that REA has ever offered sold for $329,000 in 2009. The rare T206 Doyle has a reserve of $100,000. Not one but two examples of the 1916 Babe Ruth rookie card are featured, one in Ex-Mt condition and one in Vg-Ex, each with a reserve of $10,000. “The Babe Ruth rookie is never going out of style, and has been a particular1912 H813 Boston Garter ly hot card in the marketplace Eddie Collins (reserve $10,000; lately,” notes REA’s Robert estimate open). Lifson. “These are fresh to the collecting world examples.” bly with Ruth on opening day The T206 Eddie Plank, another at Yankee stadium in 1923. It of card collecting’s most may have even been used to hit famous rarities, is represented the first home run at Yankee in this auction with an astound(Continued on page 23) Stadium! “That is a controver-
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(inspect from 8:00 AM) Furniture: Late Sheraton cherry d.l. table w/gate legs, Vict. candlestand, glass door bookcaseptd.; Stylized: cherry open hutch, Chipp. end tables by Roland & Roland, 3 pc. Fr. Prov. Cherry BR set by Morganton, set/6 cherry ladderback rush seat side chairs, Vict. oval cherry mirror, needlept. footstool, cherry kneehole desk, wicker rocking chair, plus more. Accessories: pair of Heisey glass candlesticks, RS Germ./Pickard pickle dish, Limoges & Lenox pcs., Fostoria divided dish, Vaseline glass daisy & button dishes & lg. bowl, Griswold frying pan, pr./modern Art Glass table lamps & other table lamps, tin & alum. cookie cutters, dragon form pewter/glass tankard; 2 globes of the world, brass hot water kettle on stand, hooked rug, etc.; Prints: 2 Kellogs & Thayer prints, View of Bethlehem print, Bessie Pease Gutmann print, 3 botanical prints, pr./Parisian street scenes prints, framed map of Long Island, etc. Selection of Older Matchbox Toys - Made in England by Lesley-in excellent cond. incl. military vehicles, autos, trucks, etc. (many w/grey wheels); Schuco Piccolo Magirus fire truckW. Germany. Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium * Major Credit Cards Accepted * 3% Discount w/Payment in Cash or Approved Check * More Merchandise Arriving * Visit Web sites or auctionzip.com for Details/Photos *
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$4,440; an 18th-century chip carved and stained pine spoon rack, possibly New Jersey, $3,540; and a 19th-century full-bodied copper running horse weathervane for $3,360. Also in this sale was property from the estate of Georges Bemberg (Otto Jorge
American School portrait of a gentleman - $6,900.
Bemberg), New York City. Nearly 200 lots of good quality English furniture, paintings, silver, clocks, porcelains, glass and other decorative arts came from the New York City apartment belonging to his estate. Bemberg had homes in NYC, Paris and Buenos Aires, and established a museum in Toulouse for much of his collection (See www.foundationbemberg.fr). Most of the collection in his New York City apartment came from top dealers and auction houses worldwide, including Stair & Company, Christies and Sothebyâ€™s. Highlights from the Georges Bemberg Estate include: a George II sterling wall sconce, London, 1752, selling for $12,600; an 18thcentury George III mahogany dumbwaiter which sold for $12,000; a William & Mary/Queen Anne striking & repeating mantel clock by John (Continued on page 23)
REA PRESENTS (Continued from page 20)
ing four examples. Ranging in grade from Good to Ex-Mt, each card is very different and will appeal to a different type of collector, with reserves ranging from $5,000 (estimate $10,000 to $20,000 plus) in good condition to a reserve of $25,000 (estimate $50,000 plus) for the Ex-Mt example. Also featured is the finest example in the world of the famous 1933 #106 Nap Lajoie (graded MINT 9 by PSA) (reserve $25,000, estimate $50,000 plus). Nineteenth Century Baseball Memorabilia. Nineteenth-century baseball cards and items of great historical significance have always been a special area of interest for REA. This auction has some of the most remarkable items in this important area to ever come to auction. Among them: an extraordinary book owned and signed by Alexander Joy Cartwight Jr., the “Father of Baseball,” in 1839 that may have been his inspiration to form the New York Knickerbockers Base Ball Club and to design the baseball field in the manner that he did! (Cartwright family provenance; Reserve $5,000; the estimate is “open”). An incredible newlydiscovered collection of 1860s baseball CDV photographs and trade cards is one of the most extraordinary baseball card finds ever for cards dating from the dawn of professional baseball. Included among the eight circa 1870 team cards (many of which were issued by Peck & Snyder Sporting Goods) is the finest example known of the 1868 Brooklyn Atlantics (reserve $5,000) and TWO 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings team cards (reserve $5,000 each). Also included in the auction are over four hundred
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Bushman, circa 1700, for $12,000; a group of 4 hunt scene paintings by J.F. Sartorius, British, 1775-1830, that sold for $11,220; a George III mahogany mid-size tall case clock, “Alexander Ferguson/Edinburgh,” circa 1760, that sold for $10,500; and a gilt brass and walnut table barometer, by Tho. Tompion, London, for $9,930. Highlights in fine art and paintings included an oil painting by Georges ManzanaPissarro, French, 1871-1961, “Paysage Sous la Neige” (private Litchfield, Connecticut, collection), which sold for $14,400 after receiving 23 bids; an oil painting of Venice by Henri Duvieux (Bramley Collection) for $9,360; a 19thcentury American School Portrait of a Gentleman for $6,900; and a painting of Venice, Ascension Day Festival, in the manner of Felix Ziem (Property from the Estate of Hugh Trumbull Adams, River House, New York City) for $6,720. Litchfield County Auctions is Connecticut’s premier estate auction house, featuring sales
1886-1890 N172 Goodwin Old Judge baseball cards, one of the largest collections to ever come to auction, including many Hall of Famers and rarities. Prewar Card Rarities. In addition to the rarities described above, this year’s auction includes a staggering number of incredible prewar baseball cards. Among the many highlights are several remarkable
1933 R319 Goudey #106 Napoleon Lajoie - PSA MINT 9 - Highest Graded Example! (reserve $25,000; estimate $50,000 plus).
original-owner collections including the Dawley Collection, featuring a complete near-complete set of 1916 M101-4 Herpolsheimer Clothing Company cards (194 of 200) including one of the two Babe Ruth rookie cards in the auction. The Dawley family originally lived in Grand Rapids, MI, where the company was located, and the grandfather personally got these cards in 1916 directly from the Herpolsheimer Company. They have remained in perfect condition, untouched, as family keepsakes for almost one-hundred Paintings and European Antiques and Fine Art. The firm’s 10,000-square-foot gallery is located a mile south of The Green in Litchfield. Their sales are held every two to three months and feature quality property from collections in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey,
Antiques & Auction News — April 6, 2012 - - 23 www.antiquesandauctionnews.net years. Thousands of 1910 era many Hall of Famers, among $2,500); Muhammad Ali Fight- duce cards is also featured and tobacco and candy cards, and them Pee Wee Reese, Nellie Worn Robe from the 1972 include: two 1966 Topps 1930s gum cards, representing Fox, Duke Snider, Eddie Heavyweight Title Bout “Batman” (Norm Saunders) virtually all important baseball Collins, Nolan Ryan, Hank Against Jerry Quarry (reserve and an incredible fifteen 1951 Aaron, and many others. But $5,000, estimate $10,000 plus); Bowman “Jets, Rockets, card sets, are featured. Postwar baseball cards are perhaps the most fascinating and circa 1971-1972 Joe Spacemen” paintings. Any also in abundance in this player contract is that of a non- Namath New York Jets Game- 1962 Mars Attacks original artwork is a great prize incredible sale, including six hall of famer: 1919 in the nonsport collectexamples of the classic 1952 “Black Sox” member ing world. The auction Topps Mickey Mantle (among Chick Gandil. This includes three examthem an incredible gem that is contract comes with ples: The 1962 Topps extraordinary believed to have originated the Mars Attacks original from Alan “Mr. Mint” Rosen’s provenance of origiartworks for card # #4 historic 1952 Topps find in the nating directly from “Saucers Blast Our 1980s); a 1952 Topps near- the family of Bill Jets”, card # 17 “Beast complete set (reserve $5,000; Veeck, former owner And The Beauty” (The estimate $10,000 to $15,000); of the White Sox who Ultimate Norm two examples of the 1968 purchased the team Saunders Card Charles Topps 3D Roberto Clemente, from Artwork as Sauders is the single most valuable card Comiskey. Boxing, Football, 1868 The Atlantic Nine Peck & Snyder Advertising featured in the paintfrom the entire decade of the 1960s (one MINT, the other Basketball: Sports Trade Card - Newly Discovered Example! (reserve ing!), and for card #37 “Creeping Menace”. GEM MINT; each carrying a other than baseball $5,000; estimate open). Each is an iconic reserve of $5,000); and extraor- are also represented dinary, high-grade examples of by a significant selection of Used Road Jersey (reserve painting by Norm Saunders 1950s and 1960s cards of the extremely high quality items, $2,500; estimate $10,000 plus). and among the most desirable Americana: Items signed nonsport card artworks in era’s top stars like Mickey including: The trunks worn by Mantle, Willie Mays, Hank Muhammad Ali in his epic by virtually every U.S. presi- existence (each reserve Aaron, Roberto Clemente, 1975 “Thrilla in Manilla” win dent are highlighted by two $5,000; estimate $10,000 Sandy Koufax, and many over Joe Frazier. The trunks George Washington and four plus). Copies of the full-color Abraham Lincoln signed docmore. Also included are comuments. Included is a 1783 premium catalog are available plete or near-complete sets of George Washington Signed for free. To review the catalog virtually every major postwar Military-Discharge Document online, learn more about issue from 1948 to 1972. (reserve $2,500; estimate Robert Edward Auctions, Game-Used Bats and $10,000 plus) and a 1787 Jerseys: The auction presents George Washington Signed an exceptional selection of Potomac Navigation game-used bats and jerseys. Company Document (reserve Bats included are those of leg$1,500; estimate $5,000 plus). endary Hall of Famers such as An 1865 Abraham Lincoln Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Joe Signed Military Appointment DiMaggio, Hank Greenberg, - Signed by Lincoln Just Two George Sisler, Brooks Months Prior to His Robinson, Willie Mays, Hank Assassination - carries a Aaron, among others, as well reserve of $1,500 and an estias more modern stars such as mate of $5,000 plus. Al Derek Jeter. Game-worn jerCapone’s 1929 Signed seys include those of stars such Official Police Fingerprint as Pete Rose, Reggie Jackson, Booking Card (reserve Catfish Hunter, and others, $10,000; estimate open) may highlighted by Hank Aaron’s 1976 Milwaukee Brewers 1914 E145 Cracker Jack #30 Ty be the single most desirable Al Signed Road Uniform Dating Cobb - PSA NM-MT+ 8.5 - Capone artifact that could Graded! (reserve From His Final Season - The Highest $15,000; estimate $30,000 plus). possibly exist. Important documents signed by household Last Road Uniform He Ever Wore - with a letter of authen- were saved by Ali’s assistant names such as Benjamin ticity from Hank Aaron! trainer and friend Drew Franklin, Albert Einstein, and 1916 M101-5 Sporting News Autographs: Autographed “Bundini” Brown (reserve Marilyn Monroe are also fea- #151 Babe Ruth Rookie - PSA memorabilia is another $25,000; estimate open); Nate tured in the Americana sec- EX-MT 6 (reserve $10,000; estimate $50,000 plus). extremely strong area. “Tiny” Archibald’s personal tion. Non-Sport Cards and receive a complimentary copy Autographs of Ruth and Cobb example of the classic NBA and Gehrig are included, as “50 Greatest Players” Signed Original Artwork: A strong of the catalog or inquire about visit well as almost-never-seen Limited-Edition Lithograph selection of nonsport cards consignments, extremely rare items signed by (reserve $10,000; estimate and related items are yet http://www.robertedwardaucearly Hall of Famers such as $20,000 to $40,000); the another highlight section of tions.com. Robert Edward James “Orator” O’Rourke, Cap “Michigan Farmhouse” exam- the sale. Thousands of non- Auctions is currently assemAnson, Amos Rusie, and Henry ple of the “Holy Grail” of foot- sport cards including many bling their next sale. For furChadwick. Also of special note ball cards: the 1894 Mayo’s key sets dating from the 1880s ther information, contact is an extraordinary 1933 Cut Plug Football Dunlop to the 1960s are included. Robert Edward Auctions, P.O. American League All-Star which was miraculously just Perhaps most important Box 7256, Watchung, New Team-Signed Ball with Ruth, recently found, beautifully pre- among all nonsport card items Jersey 07069, or call (908) Gehrig and twelve other Hall of served in a scrapbook discov- is the only complete set in 226-9900. Robert Edward Auctions, Fame players (total 20 ered in a farmhouse being uncut sheets in existence of Signatures), one of the finest in cleaned out. The reserve is only 1940 R145 Gum, Inc. LLC is one of the world’s existence with regard to both $1,000. Also included: circa “Superman” gum cards leading specialty auction completeness and condition 1973-1974 Jerry West Los (reserve $15,000; estimate houses, devoted exclusively to (reserve $10,000; estimate Angeles Lakers Signed Game- $30,000 plus). A selection of the sale of rare baseball cards, open). Player contracts include Used Road Jersey (reserve original artworks used to pro- memorabilia, and Americana.
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