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A 3-by-3-foot wood galleon, circa 1900, hand-made by inmates at New York’s Sing Sing prison, will be sold.
sports photos and ephemera items. The auction is rounded out with a broad selection of old tools, quilts, comic books, Boy Scout memorabilia, kitchen utensils (including agate), and Beatles LPs. The preview will be held on Tuesday, April 22, from 4 to 6 p.m. and from 8 to 10 a.m. on auction day. The Carousel at Pottstown committee welcomes any additional auction donations up to and including the day of the auction.
For additional information, contact George Wausnock at 610-327-4062 or firstname.lastname@example.org or call Fred Hoffman at 610327-2871. To view images of the carousel’s progress, visit www.pottstowncarousel.org. About the Derek Scott Saylor Memorial Carousel in Pottstown. The Derek Scott Saylor Memorial Carousel Exhibition Center is locate d
be available to rent for gatherings. at 30 W . King St. in Pottstown, Pa. Phase I of the carousel project was completed in the spring of 2010. The carousel’s restored antique mechanism has been appraised at more than $1.3 million. Its restoration was accomplished through donations and volunteered services. Carousel animals are still available to sponsor. The Carousel at Pottstown is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization whose goal is to help revitalize downtown Pottstown and return revenue to the community with profits
The Historic East Berlin, Pa., Antique Show To Be Held Thursday, Friday, And Saturday, May 1 To 3 The 17th Historic East Berlin Antique Show will open with an early buying preview from 5 until 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 1. The show site at the East Berlin Area Community Center in East Berlin, Pa., is located just 12 miles from the York Fairgrounds and only half a block from the town’s National Historic District. The preview, as always, will feature exceptional refreshments in addition to the chance to be among the first to spot a great buy. Dealers from five states will offer a wide selection of quality early country items in original surface; ceramics, including redware, Delft, and stoneware; fraktur; textiles; muzzleloaders; Native American pottery and jewelry; folk art; furniture; decoys; and much more. The relaxed atmosphere and setting are just right for anyone who enjoys talking to and learning from friendly dealers. Returning vendors include Americana dealer Lynne Dingus (Ky.), Blue Dog Antiques (Conn.), Ivy Hill Primitives (Pa.), Ayscough Antiques (Pa.), RSG Antiques (Pa.), Keystone Antiques, LLC (Ohio), Carol Schulman (Ohio), and many more. There will also be a number of wonderful dealers new to the show this year, including the Iron Master’s Mansion, Kevin Kruger, Dan Freeburg, Francis Crespo and more from Pennsylvania as well as David and Carol Swope, Joe Urbanik, Springhouse Farm and others from Ohio. Joining the event from New Jersey are Sandbrook Antiques and Olde Country Antiques. See
A World War II U.S. Navy enlistment poster, framed under glass, will be sold. Here is a selection of Disney items, including (left to right) from the operating carousel. parties, reunions or other Ingersoll $2 watch stand with attached Mickey Mouse watch, The carousel venue will also family-friendly and corporate boxed set of Snow White and Seven Dwarfs figures, Pluto marionette, and boxed Mickey Mouse watch.
www.ebhpspa.org for a complete dealer list. This is a very special year in the small 18th-century town, according to the preservation society president Beverly Jadus. “East Berlin celebrates its 250th anniversary on May 8. The antique show will be the first event in a week filled with special activities. We expect many people to be in the area for the festivities, and the show will generate a lot of interest.” Those who have attended the show previously know that delicious food from the center’s kitchen is available during regular hours, including fresh homemade pies. The show, under new management, has added several gallery talks this year. Michael Hrinyak, show manager as well as collector and dealer, will present “Chinese Ceramics” at 1 p.m. on Friday. At 10 a.m. on Saturday, Richard Fox will portray Ben Franklin as seen in his PBS appearances. Admission and show hours will be $15 for the early buyer’s preview on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. On Friday, hours will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Saturday, hours will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Regular admission will be $8. All proceeds will benefit the East Berlin Historical Preservation Society in its preservation of five historic buildings in this small Adams County, Pa., town. The East Berlin Area Community Center is located at 405 North Ave. in East Berlin, Pa. For additional information, call 717-259-0822 or 717-308-2158.
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