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VOL. 45, NO. 21 FRIDAY MAY 23, 2014

Material Culture Holds Cataloged Sale For The Kristina Barbara Johnson Estate By Karl Pass

hiladelphia’s Material Culture held an 851lot cataloged sale on May 4 for the Kristina Barbara Johnson estate. The hammer total was $419,900 (not including buyer’s premium). Material Culture charges a 25 percent buyer’s premium. It is the same for bidders through the live auctioneers online platform. Presale estimates were $260,000 to $445,000. Of the 851 lots, 30 did not sell. An eclectic sale of decorative and antique items, the first 100


sold for $1,875 (prices include buyer’s premium). A 40-by-54-inch standing beagle dog sold for $1,375, and a 34-by-63-inch mermaid sold for $1,250. European born, Barbara came to this country as a student. She resided in Princeton, N.J. Johnson died in April of 2013. Princeton could actually claim several Barbara Johnsons. Not to be confused with the

Material Culture is an auction house, retail store and cafe located in northwest Philadelphia off Roosevelt Boulevard. Pass photo.

lots were garden material, including concrete garden sculpture, cast iron urns and benches, cast stone benches and tables, and a gazebo, among other things. Johnson collected the work of American sculptor Robert Cannon (b. 1969). Cannon is know for his terraform concrete garden sculpture. There were 24 lots of his work. A 34-by-51-inch lion sculpture with glass eyes

others, this sale was for the (Kristina) Barbara, the first wife of sculptor J. Seward Johnson Jr. His grandfather was a co-founder of Johnson & Johnson. Barbara was a lawyer and museum patron. She was a long serving board member and one-time president and director of the American Folk Art This is the auction and exhibition gallery showMuseum in New York casing objects from the Kristina Barbara City (NYC). An avid art Johnson estate. Pass photo. collector with the means to buy, she went through several art, leading her to found the Whale collecting phases throughout the Research Foundation. Her scrimdecades. In her early years, she was scraw and whaling artifacts collecinvolved with the art scenes of both tion was sold in the 1980s through New York and Paris. She befriend- four sales at Sotheby’s and two at ed influential artists such as Andy Swann Galleries. It was believed to have been the largest private whalMost of the fish decoys were Warhol during this time period. grouped in lots. This group of nine Barbara often visited Nantucket ing collection ever amassed. Also sold for $2,125 (est. $200-$400). and developed a love for whaling during the 1980s much of her collecting energy was focused on sculpture, paintings, and textiles. She had a passion for the artistic expression and design of hooked rugs and bought hundreds of them. An exhibit on the subject titled “American Classics,” shown in 1988 and 1989, was one of several exhibitions she contributed to. In the 1990s she These Robert Cannon (b. 1969) graduated topiary spheres This Raymond Coins (1904sold between $688 to $1,625 each. Cannon studied sculpture 1994) carved river stone figure focused on Outsider at Yale. The 19th century French cast iron fountain figure in measuring 21-by-15-inches sold Art. Barbara colthe lower left sold for $3,125. Pass photo. for $5,000 (est. $2,000-$3,000). lected the work of

Sister Gertrude Morgan (19001980), Jimmy Lee Suddeth (19102007), Sam Doyle (1906-1985), Justin McCarthy (1891-1977), and Moses Tolliver (1925-2006) to name just a few artists. Many of the highlights of this sale were Outsider Art paintings. A Clementine Hunter (1886-1988) paint-on-board titled “Christmas Tree” sold for $4,375. A Sister Gertrude Morgan mixed media-onpaper titled “Wake Up Read Run” sold for $2,875, and Justin McCarthy’s “Hatted Beauty” painting done in 1962 and used to illustrate the cover of the sale catalog sold for $3,750. Also sold was her lithographic poster collection by the Frenchman Raymond Savignac (1907-2002), illustration art by American George Carlson (1887-1962), a vast offering of Japanese woodblock prints by Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858),

close to 100 mounted hooked rugs, her French Jaspe pottery collection, about 150 fish decoys, jewelry, fashion accessories, furniture, canes, Arts and Crafts lamps, silver tea sets and flatware services, coins, and her antique reference book and catalog library, among other things. Northeast Auctions of Portsmouth, N.H., has sold some of her material, as has Swann Galleries in NYC. Pook & Pook, Inc. of Downingtown, Pa., sold a large amount of items from her estate as well, including most of the hooked rug collection. On January 24, Christie’s in NYC offered 77 lots of various selected highlights from multiple categories. A few things that failed to sell at the other sales, noteably several lots from Christie’s, were sold at Material Culture. (Continued on page 2)

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A sheet-metal weathervane of a farmer cataloged as late 19th-century Pennsylvania and with an extensive illustration history, including Adele Earnest’s “Folk Art in

America,” sold for $1,250. It was bought-in at Christie’s with a $6,000-$8,000 estimate. A large painted concrete piece “Caego and Hunter” by Henry Marques, dated 1942 and illustrated in Wendy Lavitt’s “Animals in American Folk Art,” sold for $1,500. It failed to sell at Christie’s against a $5,000-$7,000 esti- 24 with a $3,000mate. A Sam Doyle oil-on- $5,000 estimate, but metal painted boxer figure did not meet the titled “Joe Lewis,” done circa reserve. 1970, failed to sell at Christie’s Barbara’s 1930s with a $5,000-$8,000 estimate, Cartier ladies watch but sold at Material Culture for with 10K gold $6,875 (est. $2,000-$4,000). A braided bracelet was large pictorial hooked rug one of the few lots mounted on a stretcher depict- that failed to sell at ing 11 head busts and written Material Culture. It These three mid-century modern glazed tile plaques mounted on stands sold for $469 (est. $100-$200). They were purchased from the American Primitive Gallery in New York City. The Robert Cannon figural cat sculpture on the left sold for $1,063. The larger one on the right sold for $375. The mounted hooked and braided rug sold for $281. Pass photo.

A pair of cast iron whippets, possibly by J.W. Fiske, sold for $5,000 (est. $5,000-$8,000). This is the second floor auction gallery and exhibition gallery entrance. Pass photo.

This pictorial hooked rug on a stretcher reading “I love my good man with a tender devotoin (sic) but i can not go his kin!,” measuring 32-by-53-inches, ex. Olde Hope Antiques, sold for $4,688 (est. $1,000-$2,000).

An early 20th century squash blossom necklace signed “M.A.W.,” with silver and turquoise, ex. Andy Warhol, sold for $1,000 (est. $400-$600).

This wooden carved rectangular plaque incised on reverse “Carved by J.W. Montgomery Dalton, PA” also reads “Washington at Mount Vernon.” The 16-by-30-inch carved panel was done circa 1930. A Jacob W. Montgomery (b. 1867) is The first floor is dedicated to the retail store portion known to have lived in Dalton, Lachawanna County, Pa. It sold of the business and a small cafe. Pass photo. for $1,750 (est. $3,000-$5,000).

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FADA model 1000 electric tabletop catalin radio sold for $500, a graduated set of four drip glaze French Jaspe pottery lidded jars sold for $406, and a Rene Lalique “Royat” art deco style vase sold for $438. “The pair of Chinese Foo dogs were the big surprise of the sale,” stated Jeniah “Kookie” Johnson (Barbara’s daughter). They had been inherited by Barbara from an artist’s estate. The 15-by-9-by-10-inch 19th-century vessel form jeweled gilt bronze Foo dogs sold A Sam Doyle (1906-1985) oilto a buyer in the U.S. for on-metal painting titled “Joe The vibrantly colored hooked Lewis” sold for $6,875 (est. rug on a stretcher sold for $875 $137,500 (est. $1,000-$1,500). “All in all, I was happy. (est. $800-$1,200). $2,000-$4,000).

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2002) lithographic poster printed by S.A. Corbet in Paris sold for $813 (est. $400-$600). Johnson worked with Savignac when she was involved in the advertising industry.

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Much of the furniture in the sale, some period, sold for soft prices. Most of the jewelry, Art Deco, Victorian, and Mid-century, did fine. The hooked rugs were sold towards the end of the sale in the evening. The sale lasted about 10 hours. There were 24 lots of fish decoys also near the end. Most were grouped with six or seven per lot. Johnson’s reference book and catalog library sold last. A group of 20 decoy books sold for $313; a group of 40 folk art books sold for $406; and a group of 70 issues of the “Clarion,” which used to be the publication of the American Folk Art Museum, sold for $563. The captions showcase a range of material

sold, with prices included. There will likely be more from the Johnson estate sold at Material Culture in June (date to be determined). For more information, call 215-438-4700 or visit Images courtesy Material Culture unless noted by the author.


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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.

17225 Greencastle 717-593-9990 THE SHOP 144 E. Baltimore St. 1/2 mi. off I-81 Exit 5. Antiques, Collectibles & Decorative accessories. Open Wed. thru Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-4.

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�

08037 Hammonton 609-567-1889 ANTIQUE MARKETPLACE of Downtown Hammonton, 109 12th St. Tues-Sat. 10-6, Sun. 11-5. 15,000sq.ft full of antiques, collectibles, used furniture.

18080 Slatington 610-767-8400 BUS STOP INDOOR FLEA MARKET 8281 RT 873, every Fri., Sat., Sun. 9am5pm. Crafts, Antiques, & Flea Market items. Former Keystone Lamp Factory. New vendors welcomed.

18946 Pineville/Newtown 215-630-7338 REBECCA DANIELS ANT. & COLLECT. 1093 Route 413, Durham Rd, barn behind Pineville Post Office. Hrs. on

08525 Hopewell 609-466-9833 TOMATO FACTORY ANTIQUE & DESIGN CENTER 2 Somerset St. We Have It All! Open Mon. thru Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. We have 38 Dealers.

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.

18947 Pipersville 215-766-7145 BUX-MONT CONSIGNMENT SHOPPE 6719 Easton Rd. Over 75 vendors with Antiques, Collectibles & Consignments. Ladies & Gentlemen something for everyone. Open Daily 9-5 closed Tues. and Wed.

08530 Lambertville 215-300-1058 BIBLIOTHEQUE Shop #110 - Golden Nugget Antique Market, 1850 River Rd. Vintage and Antique Cameras, Rare and Out-of-print Photobooks, Cookbooks, Pens. Open Wed, Sat. and Sun 8am3pm Visit/ Like us at

18335 Marshalls Creek 570-223-8640 POCONO BAZAAR FLEA MARKET Route 209. Outdoor/ Indoor climate controled marketplace. 100’s of Vendors. New Vendors welcomed. Open year round Sat./ Sun 9-5

18951 Quakertown 215-536-4547 ANTIQUES AT 200 EAST/ EAST BROAD ANTIQUES, 215-536-4408, Multi-DLR shops. One Stop Shopping. 2 Fantastic Stores. Intersections Rts. 212 & 313. Shop where Dealers Buy! Open 7 days.

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.

18962 Silverdale 215-453-1414 THE FACTORY ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES, 130 West Main Street, Rt 113, Bucks County. Featuring 40 Dealers. Open Wednesday thru Sunday 10 -5, Sundays 11-4

16159 W. Middlesex 724-528-2490 ANTIQUE AND FLEA MARKET OF WEST MIDDLESEX RT18 S. Open Wed. thru Sun. 9am-5pm. Monthly Auctions. 16686 Tyrone 814-684-5088 I-99 ANTIQUES, conveniently located off the Tyrone Exit of Interstate 99, 1222 Pennsylvania Avenue. Quality antiques & collectibles. 40 dealers. Open Daily 10-5, Sun 12-5. Dealers welcome. 16801 State College 814-238-2980 APPLE HILL ANTIQUES, Rt. 26N to 169 Gerald Street. Distinctive antiques in a gallery setting. Over 60 dealers. Open daily 10 to 6. Wide variety.

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. 18938 New Hope 215-862-5454 COCKAMAMIE’S 13 N. Main St. Specializing in Art Deco lighting, furniture, home acces., Celebrity Autographs, 1950’s. Authors of Art Deco Lighting & Popular Art Deco Lighting: Shades of the Past. Open Th.-Mo. appts. 215-5342169. With Ad receive addt’l discount.

19147 Philadelphia 215-668-0195 BIZARRE BAZAAR 720 South 5th St. New/ Olde Curiousity Shop. An Eclectic Emporium of Everything Esoteric! Specializing in: Odd Art, Unique Antiques, Cultural Cool-lectibles + Curiosities! See the ODDITORIUM! Open 12-8pm. 19343 Glenmoore 610-942-4834 ANTIQUES AT SILVER BELL FARM, Cricket’s Garden Market, 1641 Horseshoe Pike (Rts.322 & 82). 30+ Dlrs- antique/ vintage furniture, primitives, timepieces, jewelry, home decor, plants, garden items. daily 10-5, Thur. until 7.

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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Rosy Outlook On Display At Ultra Rare 1927-D Double Eagle Brings The Grist Mill Antiques Center $1.2+ Million On March 20 At Heritage Auctions


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than now to get a rosy outlook on life! The Grist Mill Antiques Center in Pemberton, N.J., is so excited that spring has arrived that staff members are turning their Special Display into a virtual rose garden for the month of May. If you, too, are happy to see the backside of winter, then come on in and take your pick of the season’s most beautiful rose-themed accessories. From rose-colored glassware to rose motif dÊcor, the display is simply bursting with variations of this iconic flower. The showcase is packed full of fabulous finds to brighten the day and help customers to create their very own bed of roses! In fact, this month a rose by any other name might be a demitasse tea set, a toleware tray, a trinket box, china, hankies, fan



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Everything’s coming up roses! Spring has sprung and as colorful buds and blossoms wake up from their wintery sleep, there’s no better time

vases, Victorian calling cards, perfume bottles, beaded bags or bon-bon dishes. Shoppers can come in and pick their own beautiful bouquet of treasures and say, “Roses are red, violets are blue, Grist Mill has it all, and now I do too!� On Sunday, May 18, Grist Mill will hold its semi-annual Flea Market from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come early and spend the day inside and out hunting treasures and finding bargains. Dealers from the Grist Mill and its sister location, Haddon Heights Antiques Center, will participate. On Wednesday, May 28, Grist Mill will host its monthly Scavenger Hunt. Lists will be given out at 5 p.m., and the person who finds the most items by 8 p.m. will be awarded a great prize. Light refreshments will be served. Don’t forget to sign up for weekly emails and like Grist Mill on Facebook. Each week a 25-percent discount is offered on items $6 and over in a special category (exceptions apply). The Grist Mill Antiques Center is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours until 8 p.m. on Wednesdays. For more information, call 609-726-1588 or visit From the Web page, visitors can shop 24/7 (via a link to the center’s Ebay store).

A legendary 1927-D double eagle, the rarest coin ever minted in Denver, Colo., and the absolute key among circulation issue Saint-Gaudens double eagle, realized $1,292,500 to lead the way in Heritage’s March 20 auction of The Bently Collection in San Francisco, Calif. The auction raised $8.9 million overall. “Proceeds from this auction are going directly to the Bently Foundation,� said Greg Rohan, president of Heritage. “Christopher Bently established this foundation to honor his father’s philanthropic spirit and as a means to support the arts, environmental sustainability and animal welfare in communities in northern California and Nevada. “The 1927-D double eagle is both the rarest regular issue 20th-century coin and the rarest coin minted at the Denver Mint. Only seven times has an example crossed Heritage’s auction block, and only seven examples are known to be available to collectors. Given the rarity of the coin and the popularity of the

Saint-Gaudens double eagle series, we expected high demand for this coin, and it did not disappoint.� The buyer, Barry Stuppler, president of Stuppler & Company in Woodland Hills, Calif., placed the winning bid on The 1927-D SaintGaudens double eagle realized $1,292,500.

behalf of a client. The Bently Foundation’s emphasis on northern California and Nevada covers an area that encompasses two present and past U.S. mints along with far more than its share of numismatic history. The fabled Carson City Mint has produced more than its share of rarities, such as the 1870-CC double eagle, considered the fifth rarest issue in the Liberty double eagle series behind the ultra-low mintage 1882 and 1886 circulation issues, the 1856-O, and the nearly uncollectible 1861 Paquet reverse coin struck in Philadelphia. No 1870-CC double

eagles have ever been certified in mint state grades by any major grading service, making high quality AU examples that much more desirable, with the Carson City mintmark only adding to the coin’s allure. The Bently specimen is graded AU53 by PCGS and is likely one of the five finest specimens known. It sold for $411,250. Chief among the territorial issues represented in this auction was an octagonal $50 piece with lettered edge struck by U.S. Assayer Augustus Humbert in 1851. Seldom seen in mint state, the finest example from the Bently Collection was graded MS60 by PCGS and sold for $282,000. Rarities from the San Francisco Mint were also well-represented in this auction, including a 1930-S double eagle MS65 PCGS, which sold for $176,381; an 1854-S quarter eagle Good 6 PCGS selling for $193,875; an 1878S half dollar MS63 PCGS sold at $129,250; and an 1864-S eagle AU53 NGC, which brought $146,875. For more information, visit

Black Forest Grandfather Clock Sells For $10,000 At Wagner Auction Service Sale By Karl Pass

Dennis Wagner of Shoemakersville, Pa., sold a Black Forest Grandfather clock for $10,000 at his April 26 sale. Other items sold

included a wall lighted sun face for $1,300, a 48-inch Venetian glass clown for $850, and a brass fireplace set for $625. A Balthaser cash register sold for $400, a spool

cabinet for $330, and a dressing screen for $240 at the diverse sale. For additional information, visit www.wagner

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SHOWS & MARKETS Rhoads & Rhoads To Sell The Allenhurst Outdoor Antiques Market Sets Sale The Doris Schoel Estate On Saturday, May 24

06/01/14, FORT WASHINGTON, SUN 8:30 AM-NOON, Antique Clock & Watch, 432 Pennsylvania Ave, Holiday Inn 06/01/14, NICHOLSON, SUN 10 AM-6 PM, Arts & Antiques, 3881 St Rt 374, Creekside Grove (Lenoxville)

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06/07/14, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Flea Market, Germantown Ave & Queen Ln, Germantown Flea at Grumblethorpe

05/31/14, TITUSVILLE, SAT 9 AM-4 PM, Postcard, 1396 River Rd (Rt 29), Union Fire Hall

06/26-28/14, KUTZTOWN, THURS 10 AM-4 PM FRI & SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectors Extravaganza, 740 Noble St, Renningers Antique Market

NEW YORK 05/24-15/14, RHINEBECK, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques Fair, Dutchess County Fairgrounds 05/24-25/14, STORMVILLE, SAT & SUN 8 AM-4 PM, Antique Show & Flea Market, 428 Rt 216, Stormville Airport 05/26/14, POUND RIDGE, MON 9 AM-5 PM, Antiques & Farmers/Bakers Market, Westchester Ave/Rt 124, Pound Ridge Business Area 07/05-06/14, STORMVILLE, SAT & SUN 8 AM-4 PM, Antique Show & Flea Market, 428 Rt 216, Stormville Airport

06/28/14, CARBONDALE, SAT 10 AM-6 PM, Antiques, 7 Park Place, Historic Memorial Park on Main St. 07/05/14, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Flea Market, Germantown Ave & Queen Ln, Germantown Flea at Grumblethorpe



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related items on Saturday evening. All attendees must register, beginning Thursday morning. A registration fee is required of all attendees over the age of 10 years. On-site registration is $10 for members (all three days), $12 for nonmembers (all three days), and $5 for one day only. The registration fee also includes participation at the auction. Preregistration is highly recommended. To join the NAMBC’s nearly 800 members, yearly membership is $25 U.S., $27 Canadian (U.S. currency) and $30 International (U.S. currency - via air mail). This also includes a subscription to The Milk Route, a monthly newsletter, which is the official publication of NAMBC. For further information, visit or contact Penny Gottlieb at 18 Pond Place, Cos Cob, CT 06807.

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The National Association of Milk Bottle Collectors (NAMBC) will hold its 34th Annual Convention at The Holiday Inn in Grantville (Hershey), Pa., at the junctions of Interstates 80 and 81 from Thursday to Saturday, May 29 to May 31. Throughout the convention, members will seek and trade milk bottles, caps and dairy related memorabilia. On Thursday at 1:30 p.m., Ken Clee will give a seminar on creamers, and on Friday at 1:30 p.m., John Tutton will speak on fakes and reproductions. An important part of the convention is the large educational displays created by members to highlight their prized milk bottles or other dairy memorabilia. A banquet is held on Friday night. The convention will conclude with a members and registered guests only auction of milk bottles, caps and a wide range of

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DELAWARE 05/25/14, NEWARK, SUN 10 AM3 PM, Sports Cards & Collectibles, 400 Ogletown Rd, Aetna Fire Hall

PENNSYLVANIA 05/24-26/14, CHADDS FORD, SAT-MON 10 AM-5 PM, Antiques, Rt 1, Brandywine River Museum

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stained glass window. Other possibilities include a shabby cottage dresser, Lucite chairs, a Japanese kimono, leather bound books, a Tibetan rug, a bronze newell post, a fancy tea set, postcards, andirons shaped like cats, a sputnik lighting fixture, pirate



bring home vintage finds, maybe a piece of retro jewelry, or a crock to plant herbs, a funky designer purse or a


local Chester County maps, Chippendale chairs, fabulous lamps, a Lauter baby grand piano, and clocks. The property also has a large bank barn full of antiques. Also to be sold will be 1958 Oldsmobile four door sedan and a 1988 Mercedes 190E four door sedan; a letter by Lafayette; lots of early prints; miniature dressers; quilts, including vintage floral chintz; and many other attic and barn treasures. A large tent will be set up for this sale, and food will be available. For additional information or directions, call Eileen Rhoads at 610-385-4818 or visit


Rhoads & Rhoads will hold an estate auction on Saturday, May 24, at 8:30 a.m. in Elverson, Pa., for the late Doris Schoel. Schoel was a noted author, the first female head of the nursing department at West Chester University, a humanitarian, scholar, and a prestigious member of her community. Her knowledge and interest in antiques was expressed in her exceptional collection. Schoel’s residence was filled with period furnishings, high chests, a tiger maple chest, and a tiger maple corner cupboard, as well as boxes of vintage gold, sterling, and costume jewelry. The 18th-century farmhouse also contains vintage

The Allenhurst Outdoor Antiques Market will be held Sunday, May 25, in Centennial Park on Main Street in Allenhurst, N.J., from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The rain date is Sunday, June 1. The fifth annual event is hosted by the Shore Antique Center, located at 413 Allen Ave. in Allenhurst. There’s no better way to kick off the summer season than to attend Coastal NJ’s premiere Outdoor Market. There will be plenty of fantastic bargains. An amazing group of antique and collectible dealers keep coming back year after year. In addition to shopping in the parklike setting, there will be refreshments, live music and free parking. Enjoy the ocean breezes and

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From Lititz take Doe Run Rd. to Manheim (becomes E. High St.). Right Laurel St. Right E. Adele Ave. to Farm Show Bldg. #1. 1,150+ Lots of Various Toys of J. Richard Bruckhart Collection: IHC 66 Series I-8, IHC Vintage Gasoline Eng. Replica Spec. Edition, M&M 125th Anniv., Messick Farm Equip. (37 Yrs. of Service 19531990), PA RR Trucks, Caterpillar Grader, Snapper Rear Eng. Rider, Pennzoil Racing Transporter, Tyson Reefer, NH Skid Steer Loader Spec. Edition, JD Power Shift 4020 Precision Classics, JD A Tractor w/290 Series Cult. Precision Classic, Farm Country Farm Building Sets, MF 2 & 4 Wh. Tractors, Lg. Selection of Farm Tractors & Implements, Farm Show Edition Tractor, Oliver Row Crop 70 WF, 80 Row Crop 440, 30th Anniv. 1960-1990 White Motor Corp., AC Tractors, Roto Baler, G w/Plow, 4 & 6 Btm., Plows, Tractor/ Wagon. CAT, TOYS: Push Pull, Tractor, Compact Dump Truck, Compactor D9N Tractor, Excavator, Grader, Loader, Radlader, Tract Type Loader & High Lift. Matchbox, Tootsietoys, Dinky Toys, Hess Trucks. MISC. TOYS: (6) Various Size Toy Display Shelves, JD Tractor Cycle WFE & NF DSL New in Boxes. Toys incl. JD L&G Tractor w/Dump Cart, JD Baler w/Bale, 379 Peterbilt 10 Axle Rig w/Wilkens Walking Floor Trailer, Gehl Skidloader, Bobcat Loader, Wheel Loader w/Forklift Boom, Case 4 in 1 Bucket, Pewter Toys, 17â&#x20AC;? High Windmill, N. Idea 90 Yr. Horse Drawn Spreader, Metal Lady Bug Windup Pull Toy, FisherPrice & Pull Toys, Tonka Fire, Dump & Cement Mixer Trucks, Hubley Trucks, School Bus, Tractors & Plane, Buddy L Toys, JD & Pennzoil Gas Pumps, Dollhouses w/Furniture, Marbles, Lapel Pins, Tom Thumb Cash Register, Lesney England Toys, Metal Signs, Lg. Belt Buckles incl. Mt. Gretna #95, Watch Fobs, Manheim National Bank Barons Football, Keystone Steam Shovel, Diamond T Hood Emblems, Mack Bulldog. HANDMADE TOYS: JD Hayloader, Side Rake, 14T Baler, Stationary Baler, NI Manure Spreader, AC WD 45 w/Small Baleloader by Virgil & Ethel Hendrick. BANKS: U.S. Mail, JD, Texaco, Amoco, Standard Oil, Sinclair Oils, Airplanes, AC, C. Iron Animal, UPS & Danbury Mint. WINROSS TOYS: NG Hershey, White Oak Valley Farm & Trucking, Worley & Obetz, G&D Repair, Penryn Fire Co., BR Kreider, MAA, Ray D. Burkholder, White Oak Mills, Farm Crest, Turkey Hill, Landis Bros., Walter M. Dunlap, Kurtz Water, R.W. Sauder, Zook Molasses, Steven Feeds, Kunzler, John F. Martin, E.K. Bare, Pennfield, Ruhls Heating Fuels, Dutch Valley Food, McCracken Feed, Mount Joy Co-Op, Roots Country Mkt., M.R. Grain, Risser Poultry, Kreider Farm, Rough & Tumble, Good Poultry, Zug Trucking, MM Weaver, N. Holland Supply, Triple G, Hersheyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choc. & Many More. NOTE: Auction starting 9:00 A.M. in Bldg. #1. Terms Cash, PA check, or major credit card. After approx. 40 years of collecting toys, Bruckharts retiring & selling to highest bidder. For additional toy photos and catalog of the toys see website at

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05/23/14, KINZERS, FRI 2 PM, Antiques, toys, tractors, cars, models, selection of gold & silver coins, jewelry etc., Kinzers Fire Hall 3521 Lincoln Hwy E, George Wilson

05/26/14, HANOVER, MON 8 AM, Antiques, pedal cars, tractors, wagons, scooters, furniture, household etc., Annes 1958 Dubs Church Rd, Rick Kress

05/24/14, ALLENTOWN, SAT BIDDING CLOSES ROOM BY ROOM W/1ST CLOSING 2 PM, Furniture, coins, jewelry, glassware, china, paintings, prints, primitives, antiques, books, magazines linens, sports cards, collectibles, toys etc., 4636 Broadway Silent Bid Room, Cottage Crafters at Tilghman square

05/28-29/14, SELLERSVILLE, WED 6 PM & THURS 9 PM, 5/28-6 pm - estate collectibles, figurines & stamps; 5/29-9 pm - online only toys & collectibles bidding ends, 220 N Main St Su A, Sellersville Auction LLC

05/24/14, LEHIGHTON, SAT 9 AM, Real Estate, Pipestone Mariner boat, riding lawn tractor w/bagger system, 10 c. Coca Cola vending machine, oak curio & display cabinet, quality antique & modern furniture, old dolls, crock & jugs, musical instruments, antiques etc., 380 Twin Hill Dr, Dean R. Arner 05/24/14, YORK, SAT 9 AM, Estate & Americana including antiques, period furniture, other furniture & decorative items, oriental & hook rugs, large Eagle collection, collectibles, china & glass etc., York Fairgrounds Horticultural Hall 334 Carlisle Ave, Keystone Auctions LLC 05/25/14, CAMP HILL, SUN 11 AM, Featuring local estates & quality additions., 2228 Gettysburg Road, Lower Allen Plaza, Costea's Auction Gallery


05/26/14, CHAMBERSBURG, MON 10 AM, Rare Frank Feather items, automobile & collector car, custom built furniture, Petroliana, china, vintage items & collectibles, Gateway Gallery Auction 643 Kriner Rd, John F. Kohler, Jr.

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An Eclectic Mix Of Merchandise Will Be Sold At Gordon S. Converse & Co.’s Spring Roundup Gallery Sale On May 23rd

The auction will begin promptly at 3:30 p.m. Offered will be many interesting African and ethnic items (to include about a dozen Buddha figures that will be scattered throughout the sale), more than 50 fine art-

This original watercolor rendering of a Buckin’ Bronco by Edward Borein (1872-1945), signed and framed, will be sold May 23.

This pressed tin painted horse pulling a painted tin constructed four-wheel carriage with one passenger will be sold.

Edward Borein (1872-1945), signed in pencil lower right and housed in a 60+-year-old frame (8.75-by-9.5-inches), An uncanceled U.S. two-cent and a cast and patinated stamp, circa 1890-1893, is one bronze statue after Frederick titled “The of several rare, old stamps to Remington be sold. Cowboy,” measuring 27

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Spring Antique Auction Hundreds of Antiques, Tools, Lawn and Garden Items, Amish Outdoor Furniture, Carhartt Clothing

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HONESDALE, PA 18431 SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2014 AT 10:00 A.M.

39 Happy Hollow Lane, (off Slish Rd.),

Antiques Collected from 3 Estates: Hand carved oak sideboard, Wall Cabinets, Oak chest of drawers, Mirrors, Baskets, Signs, Wooden shovels & pitch forks, Sleds, Crocks and stoneware jugs, dolls, swords & knives, pitcher and bowl sets, wooden bowls, wooden scoops, copper boiler, signs, signed paintings (one Becker) and # prints and silhouettes, burlwood mortar and pestle, Roseville pottery, Carnival glass, tea sets (Japan), cut glass, Eve-N-Bakeware, Brouch Glass, wool winder, milk can, hand tools, bugle, corn planter, quilts, Oil lamps, Tins, Weathervane, Clocks, Cowbells, Scales, Butter churn, milk bottles, canning jars, cookbooks, Rolling pins, Church pew, piano stools, Drop leaf tables, Copperware, Rocking chairs, Matchbox cars, Bowfront glass cabinets, Chippendale mahogany tilt-top candlestand, telescope, Old trunks, Shaving mugs, Guns, Fishing gear, creels, eel spears, old toys PEZ dispensers, love seats, recliners, regulation size pool table (ex. nice), and Much, Much more still unpacking! Lawn and Garden: Amish-made pressure treated furniture, Patio furniture, Lawn Mowers, Much more by sale time! Tools & Box Lots Plus load of Carhartt Clothing from Overstock Store Auctioneer’s Note: Selling with 2 Auctioneers all day bring a friend. Largest assortment of antiques ever! Accepting consignments of tools and lawn and garden only! This will be very large sale. Something for everyone especially antiques! No buyer’s premium. Terms: Cash or good PA check with driver’s licenses. Visit or #4665 for pictures and up-to-date information Directions: Take Rt. 6 to Honesdale, turn onto Old Willow Ave. (by Wal-Mart) to the stop sign, at the stop sign turn onto the Brook Rd., follow for approx. 5 miles, make a right onto Slish Rd. the 2nd driveway on the left. Follow signs.

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SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2014 AT 9 A.M. 163 E. Market Street, HELLAM, PA Hellam Firehall 16 panel arch door corner cupboard, schoolmaster’s desk, 2 pc. 12 panel 4 drawer Dutch cupboard, standing spinning wheel, brass marble top stand, softwood dry sink, icebox, Empire chest of drawers, 3 pc. antique bedroom suite, A. Schellhase Music Box, 26 music box discs, Hanging double lamp (from railroad dining car), hanging 3 globe light, floral GWTW lamp, PLB&G Co. 1809 antique lamp, metal base lamp, whale oil lamps, 20+ miniature lamps, 1761 whale oil lamp, brass finger lamps, miniature dovetailed chest, set of Oneida Sterling silverware, Punch copper shade lamp, cast-iron donkey & elephant bank, wine sets, Steiff monkey, Graniteware pail - bucket - pitcher, James Hamilton Greensboro, PA decorated crock, toy candlestick telephone, Remember the Maine Admiral Dewey Lamp, Candy containers, 50+ pattern wines, Peerless Salesman’s sample Ice Cream freezer, Cyclists folding cup, 1876 Naphey’s Phila. lard tin, tin match safes, cast-iron dogs, Midgie Vic music box, drop leaf table, K.C. Co. German shelf clock, Waterbury Steeple clock, New Haven Calendar clock, Eli Terry Jr. 8 day clock, J.E. Caldwell & Co. clock, youth chair, black dolls, oil on canvas Crane painting, Indian arrowheads, Hanover Concrete Block factory thermometer, Souvenir glass, C.D. Kenny & other tin litho plates, wooden primitives, Santa figurines, horse & fish cookie cutters, geese & duck decoys, kitchen primitives, candlestand, yarn winder, decorated wooden sled, vintage birdcage, spongeware bowl, Spatter teapot, 2 Ansonia Swinging doll clocks, Jardinière on stand, wall telephone, Columbus wooden gear wall clock, 1912 Hanover calendar plate, Percussion rifle lamp, chickens on nest, windup monkey, bisque figurines, vintage baby rattle, Neverout kerosene lamp, copper lustre creamers, Pelew Ironstone platters, moose creamers, wooden bowls, straw fork & rake, trivets, coffee grinder, spittoon, miniature castor set, mini. cast-iron stove, & much more. See website for pictures. Preview showing: Friday, May 30, 6:30-8 P.M. All auction announcements supersede all printed material. Terms: Cash or check with auctioneers approval. No outof-town or out-of-state checks unless accompanied by a current letter of payment from your bank. No credit cards. 10% buyer’s premium.

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The Dave Dembowski Collection

3481 Stull Road,

slender, towering images of the Giraiama people of eastern Africa (62 inches tall); and a carved wooden figure of a standing African male.

Also from this category is a 19th-century wood carving of an African Yaka fetish figure, 12 inches tall and of exceptional quality, reportedly from the Duke University Museum; a pair of cast bronze African figures of a man and a woman on a museum stand; and a 24-by-40inch painted leather shield believed to have come from the Masai tribe of Kenya. The dozen or so Buddhas will include a large Chinese


A 19th-century African carved Yoruba figure, measures 12.5 inches tall, and has a later stand for display.

works and prints, antique inches tall, on a marble base. One eye-catching item clocks (plus assorted lots of parts and partials from a that’s certain to attract local clockmaker’s estate), an esti- attention is an outlandish mated 15 lots of stamps and currency, 19thcentury toys, children’s dollhouse items, Asian art items, and more. “Eclectic is the word that comes to mind when I think of the is a Ruyi, 20 inches in length, with merchan- This attached hard stone carvings in numerous dise in colors. this auction,” said Gordon Mummers costume, named for New Year’s Day Converse of Gordon S. the Converse & Company. “It’s “Mummers” parade, a classic the kind of sale we have a lot annual event in Philadelphia. It’s a parade of locals who of fun with, because there play stringed instruments really is something for and wear elaborately made just about everybody. feathered and sequined Unusual items have been costumes. The costume selected, with a great varibeing sold is complete ety of ceramics, furniwith anklets, trousers, The large bronze skirt, shirt, waistcoat, Buddha, about 16.5 jacket, and headdress. inches tall, is one of a The African and dozen Buddha figures ethnic lots will feature in the auction. an exceptional 19th-century ture, fine arts, carved and paintcollectibles, and ed wood African decorative arts.” Yoruba figure of a Two pieces in particular complement the female bowl bearer (12.5 Western Roundup theme of inches tall); a 19th-century the sale. They are a watercol- carved hardwood funeral pole or of a Buckin’ Bronco by (or grave marker) showing


Around 425 lots of quality estate merchandise in a broad mix of categories will come under the gavel on Friday, May 23, when Gordon S. Converse & Company holds a Spring Roundup Gallery Sale in its new location at 57 Lancaster Ave. in Malvern, Pa.


Gordon S. Converse & Co. (Continued from page 8)

cast bronze Buddha, 13.75 inches tall; a Chinese carved horn Buddha, 6.25 inches tall; a bronze Buddha, about 16.5 inches tall; and a fine bronze Buddha head, on a wood block stand.

Wharton (b. 1880), framed and dated 1919. Also offered will be three scenes of Old Philadelphia taverns, all by E. T. Scowcroft (the Blue Anchor Inn, the Indian Queen and the Spread Eagle Inn, all roughly 9.75-by-13inches and framed); an original late-19th-century engraving by Camille Fonce, titled “Litchfield,” 18-by-22.5-inches, in a gold leaf frame; and a pair of 19th-century satirical prints in modern frames. Antique clocks will feature a Royal Bonn porcelain clock (“La Vendee”), with a clockworks by Ansonia, late 19th century, 15 inches tall; a desk-size French (or Swiss) 11-inch balloon U.S. stamp, uncanceled, clock in the Regency style, showing George Washington; with a mahogany case shell and one lot of eight sheets of inlay; and a 13-inch-tall U.S. stamps, with serial nummahogany Regency style bers of various newly-issued 19th-century mantel clock, U.S. stamps. signed “Leroy Paris” with a Doll enthusiasts will be French-made movement by treated to a doll-size Windsor Vincent. wraparound armchair, 6.75 The stamps and currency inches tall, painted black; and category will boast a a doll-size ladder-back style Benjamin Franklin one-cent handmade chair, 15 inches U.S stamp, marked as “U.S. tall, with a wood seat and Stamp, 1857-61”; an 1894 lemon finials. Also sold will

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be a full set of terra-cotta figures depicting Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, with some original paint and some restoration of paint (and one repaired Dwarf). A few other noteworthy lots are a 19th-century painted and gold accented metal candleholder (now converted to electricity); a fine silk embroidery within a Hogarth-like frame; and an 18thor 19th-century

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717.497.6954 Specializing in fine antiques, estate jewelry, diamonds, fine watches, clocks, military items, swords, Civil War items, rare antique firearms and gold and silver coins Todd Converse is dressed in this outlandish Philadelphia Mummers costume, all ready for next year’s parade.

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Auction Highlights,


The early-20th-century electri-

Other artworks featured cally propelled mechanical clock possibly made by Ever Ready are a framed oil-on-board is Specialties Co., circa 1902. landscape rendering by Mildred Perry, framed and signed in lower right; a watercolor depiction of flowers in bloom by Justin McCarthy (1891-1977), signed in pencil lower left; and a pair of framed sporting prints These vintage terra-cotta figures of Snow of birds in flight White and the Seven Dwarfs, all painted (some by Percival C. original, some with restoration) will be sold.

• Extremely rare: The only known or ever offered original human remains (skull) of a Civil War Soldier “Found at Gettysburg” in 1949 at a Civil War Field Hospital. Sold with the paperwork. • Antique 1800’s original full suit of armor. • Fantastic 5 carat lady’s diamond along with hundreds of other pieces of gold and silver jewelry. • Watch collection including Rolex, Breitling and a rare 23 jewel Waltham Riverside Maximus and many other superb watches. • Hundreds of gold and silver coins. • Outstanding military collection including several original Civil War uniforms, swords, German WWII daggers, flags, etc. • Rare 1957 Fender Stratocaster Guitar in near new condition in the original brown tweed case. The nicest one known to exist! Plus many other musical instruments. • Extremely rare! The only known to exist original, unissued, brand new Civil War Shako (hat) in the original paper wrapper from the Civil War, in mint condition. • Plus hundreds of other items. A spectacular auction you must attend. View full listing in the following medias:

Keystone Auctions LLC MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND AUCTION Helen Bershad (Philadelphia, 20th C.)

Tall Case Clock





Albert Van Nesse Greene

Preview Times: Friday, May 23rd 9 A.M. 6 P.M. & Saturday, May 24th starting at 8 A.M. Auction Location: York

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PA 17404

Fine Art - Many Helen Bershad (Philadelphia, 20th C.) originals, Albert Van Nesse Greene (American 1887-1971), many Klaus Ihlenfeld Bronze Sculptures; Antiques & Period Furniture - Adams Sheraton Chest of Drawers, English Tea Tables, Biedermeier tilt-top table, Set of 6 19th C. Painted Lancaster County Chairs, 1830 Conn Rush Seat Painted Chairs, 18th C. Settle Bench, Chippendale High Chest, Hepplewhite Slant Front Desk, Hepplewhite Chests of Drawers, Chippendale Tiger Maple Table, Miniature Chest of Drawers, 18th C. Walnut Tavern Table, English Queen Anne Virginia Walnut Table, 19th C. PA Cherry Tall Case Clock, English Regency Mahog. Sideboard, 19th C. PA Walnut Schoolmaster’s Desk, Sheraton Four Poster Bed, Classical Mahog. Card Table, Queen Anne Table, 19th C. Trundle Bed, 19th C. English Breakfast Table, 19th C. Rope Bed, 19th C. Painted Chairs, Oak China Cabinet, Yellow Painted Dry Sink, Painted Cupboard, Mid C. Modern Bruno Mathsson Danish Modern Chair, Brass “Diamond” Candlesticks, 19th C. Tea Caddy, French 19th C. Bronzed figure of Boy & Girl, German Mantel Clock, Blue Dec. Crocks, Pfaltzgraff Stoneware, 19th C. French Carved Wooden Plaques, Brass Nozzles, Regulator Clocks, & More; Furniture & Decorative Items - Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Chests, Secretaries, Game Table, Dining Room, Accent tables, Cedar Chest, MaitlandSmith Accent Table, PA House four pcs. set, Partner’s Desk, Hathaway Lowboy, Butler’s Valet Rack, We t Bar, Stepback Corner Cupboard, Six Chipp. Style Ball & Claw Chairs, Potthast Table, Crosley CR12 Full Size Jukebox w/Bubble Tubes & Lights, Chipp. Style Server, Georgian Style Breakfront, MaitlandSmith Fireplace Fender, Maitland-Smith quality Bronze Lamps, Bronze Dogs; Oriental Rugs & Hooked Rugs - Many Asian Rugs many un-cataloged; Large Eagle Collection - 100s of Eagles including Ronald Van Ruyckevelt, Franklin Mint, Fenton Eagles, Kaiser W. German Am. Eagles, Smithsonian Institute American Eagles, Andrea by Sadek, Lenox, & More; Collectables - Lone Ranger Collection, Banks, Complete Set of 1940’s Lone Ranger Chewing Gum Trading Cards (48), Adv., Popeye Banks, Gas Station Items, Hubley, Tobacco Silks, Adv. Tins, After Market Cast Metal Banks & Forms, Lone Ranger Big Little Books, 1950’s General Mills Wheaties Life Size Lone Ranger & Tonto Posters, Lone Ranger Lunch Box, Adv./Map Racks & More; China & Glass - Collection of Carnival Glass Fenton, Northwood, Dugan, Jefferson, Millersburg, Crackle glass, Pattern Glass, Flint Glass, Red Transfer, Majolica, Depression Glass, Church Hill Dinner Service, Ironstone, Spode, Tiffany Klaus Crystal Ice Bucket, Lladro Figures; Other items - Trophy mounts Black Tip Shark & Barracuda, Fly Fishing Rods, Vintage Fishing lures, Ihlenfeld Large Collection Political items including pins, prints; 925 Silver Flatware, Hollowware, 22k Charm, International 925 Danish Style Sculptures Candelabras, 925 Tiffany Purse in original Box & more. & Questions or inquiries, call owner operator Garrett (Gary) Klinger, 717-755-8954 Doorknob Photographs will be posted online as they are taken. To access photographs & online bidding go to: Online catalog will be ready by May 9th Early 20th C. Large Wooden Ship’s Store Displays Model

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18th C. Tall High Chest

Yellow Painted Dry Sink

Hepplewhite Chest

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Folk Art Racing Game

Mahogany Hepplewhite Chest

Late 19th Early 20th C.

Staffordshire Figure

Carnival Items

18th C. Settle Bench


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include redware by Greg Shooner, Lester Breininger, and Ned Foltz; wooden carvings by Walter and June Gottshall, Jonathan Bastian, and Daniel Strawser; and paintings by William Rank, Ann Wiest, and Barbara Strawser. An extremely fine collection of early 20th-century advertising whiskey jugs is also included in the first session. The collection features jugs from around Pennsylvania with stenciled advertising for local distil- This is a period redware spaniel leries, alcohol dealers, and bank attributed to George stores. Wagner of Leighton, Pa. The second session will be held on Saturday, May 31, beginning at 9 a.m., and it will feature 434 lots of antiques, folk art, and furniture. Day two is highlighted


Antiques, Pedal Cars, Tractors, Wagons, Scooters, Furniture, Household 1958 Dubs Church Rd.,


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Starting at 8:00 A.M. with Flowers followed by Tables Lots & Box Lots! Just Consigned Garage Full of Tools, Power, Hand, and More Check for Photos Coming Soon! Partial Listing ~ Benches, Mantel Clock, Christmas Bubble Lights, Crocks, Farm Table, China Cabinet, Sofa, Platform Rocker, Williams Grove Amusement Ride Cars, Skeeball Machine, 3 Maple Double Beds, Maple Dressers, Lamps, Oak Desk from Myers Drugstore, John Rupp Furniture, Jelly Cabinet, Empire Dressers, 6 Plank Bottom Chairs, Rope Bed, Gateleg Drop Leaf Table, Corner Cabinet Rae, Schoolmaster’s Desk, Rare CD Jukebox, Refrigerator, Wood Carpenter’s Box, Winchester 22 Rifle, Boyds Bears, Longaberger® Baskets, Tools, Box Lots, and Lots More! About 60, Pedal Cars, Tractors, JD60, JD620, Tricycle, Scooters, Wagons and More! Flowers, Vegetable Plants, Baskets, Shrubbery, and More! We will Be Selling with TWO Auctioneers, So Bring a Friend with You! *No Buyer’s Premium* *Cash, Check, MC, Visa, Discover, American Express 3% Charge for Credit Cards* See Pictures at #25979

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Weber Box Highlights Horst Auctioneers Spring Catalog Antique Auction A small, green paint-decorated box made by Jonas Weber is expected to headline Horst Auctioneers spring cataloged antique and contemporary folk art auction. The two-day sale will be held at Horst Auction Center, which is located at 50 Durlach Road in Ephrata, Pa. The first session will be held on Friday, May 30, beginning at 4 p.m., and it will feature 314 lots consisting of quality contemporary Pennsylvania folk art, early 20th-century advertising jugs, fine German beer steins, walking sticks, match safes, and toys. Craftsmen represented in the folk art category


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This small, green Weber box from an early collection is among the highlights at Horst’s two-day spring catalog auction Here is a 19th-century to be held May 30 and 31. Pennsylvania carved rooster.

Rare Frank Feather Items, Automobile & Collector Car, Custom Built Furniture, Petroliana, China, Vintage Items & Collectibles Will sell, for Mrs. Genevieve (Dee Dee) Lewis and others at GATEWAY GALLERY AUCTION


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PRIMITIVES 500++ PIECES Furniture and Tools, 28 plus years of collecting Furniture, Tools, RR Lanterns, Stoves, Stoneware, & Some Small Farm Equipment st st

Sat., May 31 , 2014 at 10:00 A.M. Preview 9:00 A.M. Location: Schnecksville Fire Company Pavilion Route 309

Schnecksville, PA

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Ron Berger, Auctioneer


SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2014 TIME - 9 A.M. Located in western Perry Co.,


15 E. Main St., 17006 REAL ESTATE (12 Noon) Early two story framed building w/store on 1st floor; 1 BR efficiency apartment & storage on the 2nd floor. Off-street parking in rear of store. Shown by appointment only. Call 717-853-4025. Offered w/ reserve. Terms - 10% down the day of auction, the balance due at settlement. See for photos.



N&SVRR steam engine bell (not marked, but authenticated by Patriot News article & photo dated July 16, 1982); Henry & Smith (Blaine, PA) tin sign; Stambaugh Hdw. (Blain) oil can; Old Town 16’ canoe; Mann (Lewistown) hatchet stickers & postcard; Triumph 415X bear trap; Victor belt buckle, decoy weights & tackle box; 2 duck sink boat weights; Big Moe Minnesota Monster buck (6/200); Pitt buck mount replica; sheep horns; early casting reels; handmade fish hooks; metal bait box; 5 Robeson knives w/pigs on handle; Case & Edw K. Tryon sheath knifes; Russell, German, bone handled & Valor bullet shaped knives; Marble wrist compass; NWTF Win. 1300, 12 ga. w/vent rib; assorted ammo; 410 ga. cardboard boxes; Win. tin bullet sign; Woolrich duck doorstop; 8-1964 Ned Smith bird & mammal charts; 1983 NWTF print by Owen Gromme; 16” Estwing gold pan; various outdoor & sport goods advertising pcs.; heavy steel stage coach steel strong box; early sword; lightning rod & weathervane; Victorian coal keeper; schoolhouse bell; wooden scalding trough; PDF & US canvass water buckets; 56” dia. saw blade; Stoneware crocks (2 gal. Dipple & jugs; cast-iron kitchenware; lg. Greenfield steel skillet; copper sauce pan; china & glassware; White Mtn. 6 qt. ice cream freezer; 2 doz. metal egg carrier; Lard tin (Reedsville, PA); hens-on-the-nest; Royal Doulton seal; lg. oriental painted egg; brass figurines & bells; 2 Armadillo baskets; alligator head w/case; alligator purse; youth Eskimo fur coat; Columbia girl’s bike w/coaster brakes; Misc. - Small child’s oak coffin; human leg bones; 45” tall Borghine liquor bottle; Olympic “Golden Team” 300 lb. weight set; Early furniture - Mission style oak armchair & rocker; rnd. butcher’s block on 3-legs; granite top utility table; 6ft. wooden worktable; oak clothes tree; Modern furniture Rnd. 5 ft. oak table w/wrought iron legs & 4-matching chairs; oak pedestal expansion table; child’s rolltop desk & chair; tall blind door cabinet; 2 cedar chests; wardrobe; various side chairs; Alaska Stoker coal stove. Notes - The owner is closing the doors and selling everything. We have much more to offer. Visit for photos. Terms - Cash or PA check only. Auction Service Tim Reider, owner AU-2553-L (717) 853-4025

FRANK FEATHER ITEMS: Lg. paper wall box - Jan. 15, 1915 w/Faith, Hope, Charity - Anchor, Cross, Holy Bible - John Schaffer w/large horse head - signed on reverse (a wonderful piece of folk art); Wall box w/mirror April 2, 1924; paper box - Home Sweet Home; spoon - Hope, Charity, Faith - God is Just - 1931 (a beauty). FURNITURE: Serpentine slant front desk; lg. lighted bookshelf; rd. Duncan Phyfe table & (6) chairs; 12 pane 1 pc. corner cupboard; curios cabinet; tea carts; mod. oak corner cupboard; hutch cupboard; maple drop leaf table; decorated chairs & bench; power lift chair; cherry drop leaf coffee table; sofa & love seat; swivel rockers; oak china cupboard; grandmother clocks (Harrington House, etc.); drop leaf gateleg table; bookcases; high chests; cedar chest; Bassett BR suite; beds/bedding; dough tray; poplar plank seat chairs; Broyhill china closet; DR table/ chairs; desk; Lesher walnut end tables/stands/drop leaf stand/desk w/star; walnut drop leaf table; marble top stand; dry sink; walnut bed; walnut highboy; walnut desk; reed rocker; child’s rocker; Kuhn walnut storage cupboard; oak stand; straight chair; mahogany end stand; J. Raymond Smith walnut bed/dresser & nightstand; cherry jewelry cabinet; washstand; sewing stand; walnut blanket chest; wicker chair/fern & more. AUTOMOBILE/COLLECTOR CAR: 1971 Triumph TR6 convertible, 4 speed, straight 6 w/new tires, new exhaust, new seats, new brakes, top end motor redone (needs minor body restoration); 1994 Mercury Sable 3.0 V6 w/120,948 miles (very well maintained). PETROLIANA: Oil cans (Penn Lube, Tiopet, Penn Drake, Texaco Motor Oil, Kendall, Sunoco, Quaker State); glue cans; cartons; signs; jars and much more. See catalog. ADVERTISING: Tums Thermometer; White House Vinegar bottle; tobacco tins; syrup cans; pretzel tins; Bethlehem Wire Nails sign; Dr. Pepper thermometer; Coca-Cola carrier; Whitman & Barnes drills; Penn Machine & Repair and more. See catalog. VINTAGE/COLLECTIBLES/DECORATOR ITEMS: Mirrors (gold framed, brass); clocks (cuckoo, mantel, steeple, banjo, Seth Thomas, etc.); lighting (Waterford lamp, Rayo, Fenton, table lamps, finger lamps, etc.); John Z. Faust Mercersburg Calendar 1929; Capo-di-Monte; figurines (Dalmatians, etc.); quilts; silver plate; glassware (Carnival, Vaseline, Depression, pressed/pattern, cut, milk glass, Candlewick, Rosepoint Fostoria, amber lion dish); china (Lenox Winter Greeting Everyday, Johnson Bros., Hull, Mikasa, Shawnee cat creamer); ironstone; brass spittoon; artwork (frames/prints, lg. brass wall hanging); sterling silver candlestands; lg. set of Temp-tation Old World china; teapots; Guardianware; Shirley Temple & other dolls; antique baby buggy; cup/saucer collection; butter bowls; sugar bucket; bone-handled knives/forks; copper teakettle; marbles; alabaster eggs; Longaberger® baskets; wash bowl/pitcher set; crocks; CI skillets/muffin pans; butter churn; tramp art match holder; tin match holder; marble roll game; pitcher urns; costume jewelry; Olympic cards; stereoscope/cards; Civil War canteen; butter bowl; Ohio art sprinkling can; Marx train; Sir Walter Raleigh tin sign; tin toys; 1847 dictionary/Franklin Co. reprint books; postcards/postage; viewmaster; Public Opinion calendars; children’s dishes; Aunt Jemima/Uncle Josh & much more. Some items lotted in catalog. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Entertainment center; TV trays; small display case; clothes tree; collector plates; dolls/stuffed animals; linens/needlework/afghans; decorated milk can; pots/pans/dishes; sm. kitchen appliances; wheelbarrows; vacuum; Corningware; flatware; lawn chairs; glass jars; Olympia typewriter; records/LPs; nickel counter; sheet music; Skidoo Pabst sign; ammo boxes; turkey call; knife w/sheath and much more. SPECIAL MENTION: Very nice selection of vintage table lamps (slag, etc.) AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: This is only a partial selection from Mrs. Lewis, additional items from her fine collections will be in a future auction. Will begin with tools/general household/patio; then onto Main Gallery showcased items at approx. 1 P.M. Cataloged items will begin at 4 P.M. Vehicles sold at 5 P.M. Frank Feather sold at 6 P.M. Furniture sold at 6 PM. Phone and absentee bidding available + Online bidding for cataloged items through Proxibid. Remember, if you don’t look you’ll never know!

Preview Sunday, May 25 from 1 to 4 P.M. and Sale Day from 8 A.M. TERMS: Cash. Visa/MC/Discover accepted. 13% buyer’s premium discounted by 3% for cash and acceptable check will be applied to all winning bids. 18% buyer’s premium for online bidding. Statements made day of sale take precedence.



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Phone (717) 263-6512, (800) 315-3265, Fax (717) 263-0188 AUCTIONEER JOHN F. KOHLER, JR. AU000507L AUCTIONEER HEATHER KOHLER FOWLER AU005651


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05/31/14, SCHNECKSVILLE, SAT 10 AM, Primitives including furniture, tools, RR lanterns, stoves, stoneware, some small farm equipment, Schnecksville Fire Co Pavilion Rt 309, Ron Berger 06/01/14, HARRISBURG, SUN 11 AM, HO Train Collection part 2 including brass, cars, building kits, 1500 Paxton St, Cordier Auctions & Appraisals 06/01/14, NOXEN, SUN 1 PM, Antique-rare & unusual specimens, 3481 Stull Rd, Letteer Bros. Auction Co. 06/06/14, GARNET VALLEY, FRI 3 PM, Fine Antiques & Decorative Arts, 1347 Naamas Creek Rd, Briggs Auction, Inc. 06/07/14, GORDONVILLE, SAT 8:30 AM, Books including German, Amish, farming, disaster, history, general, hunting & fishing, juvenile books, religious.Can phone or mail bids, Gordonville Fire Co 3204 Vigilant St, Kenneth E. Hassinger & Neil A. Courtney VIRGINIA 05/24/14, WIRTZ, SAT 11 AM, 18th 19th c. period furniture, gramaphone, antiques, primitives, rare & unusual collectibles, artwork oil on canvas, sterling silver, bronze statues, mochaware, crocks, rare collection of early ashtrays etc., Burnt Chimney Auction Gallery 634 Jubal Early Hwy, Whitman Sink

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for Listing and Photos Auctioneer’s Note: We will be offering items from the Betty J. Herriger Estate Sigel, PA, and other local Estates. TERMS: 10% Buyer’s Premium. Cash or Good PA Check Accepted Day of Sale. No Out- Of-State Checks Without Current Bank Letter Of Credit. Everything is sold AS-IS and WHERE IS with no guarantee whatsoever, all sales are final. We have made every attempt to describe each item as accurately as possible; however, although we do not believe so, there may be inaccuracies. We expect all buyers to inspect each item personally and make their own judgment before bidding takes place. Announcements by auctioneers take precedence over printed matter. Buyer agrees, upon registration to bid to the terms and conditions of this auction. Chairs and Food Available





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EDGEWATER PARK, NJ 08010 Lots Of Antiques And Collectables, Coins, Vintage And Costume Jewelry, Military Items, Sterling Silver, Depression Glass, Postcards, Old Photos, And Much, Much More … 10% Buyer’s Premium, Phone Bid Accepted, Bring Your Lawn Chairs And Come Join Us For A Fun Filled Day… FOR MORE INFO CALL BOB OR MARY AT


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Holland Fire Hall - 339 East Main St.

40-Engines including: Lionel Penna. GP-7 Diesel, Erie Diesel, Lehigh Valley Command, Bethlehem Steel switcher, Burlington Northern Odyssey system engine, Conrail Diesel (non powered), Union Pacific 2023 & 2033 Diesel engine sets, #224, #675, #2026 & #2055 Engines & tenders, Commodore Vanderbilt Engine & tender, Burlington #2328 Diesel, #2363 Illinois Central Diesel set, #2343 Santa Fe Diesel set, U.S. Navy Alco Diesel, Santa Fe Alco Diesel, Penna. GG-1, Erie Alco Diesel, Lehigh Valley c420 & S-2 Alco Diesels. MTH: W.V.P. & P. Shay steam engine & tender, Reading switcher, Conrail Diesel, New Haven Electric Locomotive, Southern Pacific GS-4 steamer, Penna. Doodlebug Diesel engine, Lehigh Valley Camelback steam engine, Southern Crescent steam engine & tender, Lehigh Valley Diesel (Non Powered), Lehigh Valley VO 10000 Diesel, Penna. Mountain steam engine & tender, Conrail Diesel, Railking: Lehigh Valley GP-9, SW-1 & C628 Diesel engines, Atlas: Philadelphia Bethlehem & New England Loco., Union Pacific Diesel Loco., K-Line: Penna. #411 Steam Switcher & tender, Williams: Lehigh & New England engine set; Sets including: Lionel: TCA Bicentennial, #259 Freight set, #205 Missouri Pacific set, Erie #2032, #2046 Freight, #386 set, 1113WS Scout set; Hershey Chocolate set; Railking Lehigh Valley 2-car passenger car set; MTH: Reading 6-car Hopper set, 3-car slag set, Florida East Coast 6-car freight set, Penna. 5-car coach set, Lehigh Valley 6-car Hopper set, Lackawanna 5-car Passenger set, Norfolk & Western 5-car Passenger set; Lionel Jersey Central offset Hopper set; K-Line Interurban car set; Lionel Type ZW transformer; Lionel Gang car; MTH Jersey Central coach cars; many Bethlehem steel cars including: 4-pc. Car set, Hot metal car, Gondolas, Coal dump car, Boxcars, Coil car w/load, Coal cars, Flat cars, Hopper cars; Many Lehigh Valley cars including: Steel Caboose, Tank cars, Gondola cars, Flat cars, 2 & 3-Bay Hopper cars, Offset coal car, Boxcars, Stack car; Reading Lines cars & Cabooses; Many items not listed including lots of Lionel, Weaver, Atlas, MTH, Railking, & K-Line rolling stock & accessories. Auctioneer’s Note: Full catalog and photos of each lot at Most of the Engines and cars in this collection have never been used. This is a private collection of quality trains and you will not want to miss this auction. Absentee bids accepted. Full ad at No out-of-state checks. Food by Garden Spot Fire Rescue Ladies Aux. 13% Buyer’s Premium discounted to 10% when paying by cash or Penna. check. Our next toy Auction will be held on Friday, June 6, 2014 Auctioneers: Randy

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05/31/14, RED LION, SAT 9 AM, Antiques, collectibles, tools, furniture, some jewelry, Red Lion Fire Hall 201 W Broadway, Thomas M. Saylor



05/31/14, MANHEIM, SAT 9 AM, Large Toy Collection Liquidation, Manheim Farm Show Bldg #1 506 E Adele St, Kline Kreider Good Auctioneers



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her lust for life, you ended up loving her. She will be greatly missed. Rona was a devoted and loving wife. She was the beloved mother of Michele Kohler of New York City; Allison Kohler of Succasunna, N.J.; and David Kohler and his wife, Sharon, of Malibu, Calif. She was also the loving stepmother of Julie Pollitz of New York City and Stuart Kohler and his wife, Kirsten, of Montclair, Calif. She was also the proud and loving grandmother of Brandon, Ryan, Cameron and Rory Kohler of Malibu, Calif., as well as Mathew Rumer of Lake Hopatcong, N.J. Rona’s extraordinary love and passion will live on as a legacy for all she leaves behind. Contributions may be made in her memory to Congregation Beth Sholom, P.O. Box 640024, Beverly Hills, FL 34464.

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05/31/14, HONESDALE, SAT 10 AM, Antiques, tools, lawn & garden items, Amish made outdoor furniture, Carhart clothing etc., 39 Happy Hollow Ln, John Wetmore's Auction Center

reader who would often read a novel a day. She took pleasure from listening to good music and romantic songs. “As Time Goes By” from the movie “Casablanca” was a particular favorite. She enjoyed Impressionist art and conversations with people from all walks of life. She loved traveling to foreign countries and entertaining people in her home. Rona liked to play mah jong, bridge, and canasta. When she got dressed, everything had to be an exact match. She had an adventurous spirit and inquisitive mind. Crossword puzzles were her nemesis. Rona collected original oil and watercolor paintings, Royal Bonn porcelains, art glass, all kinds of jewelry, classic movies, cookbooks, and more. But most of all, she collected people. She had an amazing aura about her that was irresistible. If you were lucky enough to know her and


AUCTION CALENDAR 05/31/14, HELLAM, SAT 9 AM, Furniture, music box, 26 music box discs, lamps, candy containers, kitchen primitives etc., Hellam Firehall 163 E Market St, Gilbert & Gilbert Auctioneers, Inc.





Rona Lee Kohler, loving wife, mother, grandmother and co-founder with her husband, Jesse, of JMK Shows, died on April 1 at Citrus Memorial Hospital in Inverness, Fla. Her devoted husband was at her bedside when she passed away. Rona was born on Oct. 12, 1937, in Brooklyn, N.Y., the only daughter among four children of Michael and Pearl Gertz. She attended Tilden High School, graduating in 3 years with honors. She attended CCNY as a business major, but left before graduating to accept a multi-faceted job as a bookkeeper, radio announcer, disc jockey and goodwill ambassador at The Virgin Isle Hotel in the Bahamas. She interviewed dignitaries and celebrities visiting the islands and was the first to record the islands’ steel bands. She later returned home to Brooklyn to live with her parents and brothers. She became a sought-after model for the famous Powers Modeling Agency in New York City. After that, she worked for a medical supply company where her incredible memory, vibrant personality, and mathematical skills made her an invaluable asset to the firm. She was promoted to sales manager and traveled extensively throughout North and

South America. In 1960, Rona returned to the Baruch School of CCNY in the evenings. At the same time, a young artist named Jesse Kohler was studying nearby at The School of Visual Arts. They were destined to meet at a restaurant midway between the two schools and to fall in love. They were married on January 22, 1961. By 1965 Rona had given birth to three children, had become a full-time mother and housewife, and had been instrumental in helping Jesse open an award-winning advertising agency. In 1969, the Kohler family moved to Rockaway, N.J., where Rona’s radiant personality and social skills made the Kohler homestead a favorite destination for everyone, from the children’s friends, to the neighbors, to the local politicians. She was the perfect hostess, and she loved to entertain. She also loved to expand her horizons by listening and learning. She became an excellent cook, able to offer gourmet dishes in several different ethnic styles. She took bridge marriage and family counsellessons and was soon playing ing. She took great pleasure in in tournaments winning helping people solve their perMasters points. She discovered sonal problems as a member of the world of antiques and a counseling practice in Dover, became a major collector and N.J., for a number of years. expert in several different speBy 2001, her children were cialties, as well as being a pro- all grown and living on their ducer of many popular, fine own. Rona and Jesse had quality antiques shows from moved to the Citrus Hills com1972 until 2004. She added munity in Hernando, Fla., doll and teddy bear shows to where they participated in varithe mix in 1994 and continued ous social and civic activities. to produce those shows up until They became active members the time of her death. of the nearby Beverly Hills Rona helped make the Jewish Center (Congregation JMK Antiques Shows into ele- Beth Sholom), where Rona’s gant social events by greeting expertise and leadership abilieveryone with her captivating ties helped produce a number smile, her sparkling eyes, and of popular social events to her distinctive designer everyone’s delight. Invitations wardrobe. She made everyone to her legendary kosher feel as if they were special and Passover Seders were more in that she had gotten all dressed demand than a seat on the 50up just for them. She helped yard line of the Big Game! She guide many new vendors and took pleasure in attending the helped them get established. weekly Sabbath prayer serThey could always count on vices and the social interaction her support, knowledge and that followed. wisdom. She was active in the Rona was a voracious management of the shows until she turned the reins over to her youngest daughter, Allison. In the mid 1970s, Rona went back to college once again to earn a degree as a psychologist, specializing in


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Van Cleef & Arpels Yellow Diamond Brooch Sold: $25,850 Colt Single-Action .38 Caliber Revolver circa 1897 Sold: $32,900

Mongolian 18th century Gilt Bronze Buddha Sold: $70,500

Eames Chair & Ottoman, manufactured by Herman Miller, Zeeland, Michigan, 1965-1975 Sold: $3,408

Smith & Wesson Model 3 Russian Second Model Revolver circa 1875 Sold: $34,075



American 19th century Carved Wooden Figure of a woman Sold: $11,750

Rhode Island Federal Inlaid Table, attributed to Goddard Family Sold: $36,000








Van Cleef & Arpels Yellow Diamond Dress Clips Sold: $22,325

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Ceramic Arts Studio Collectorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Convention August 23 This year, CAS Collectors, the club for all those with an interest in the work of Madisonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ceramic Arts Studio (CAS), turns 20. To mark the occasion, the group is throwing an extra-special anniversary party! The theme of the groupâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2014 Convention, set for Saturday, August 23, in Madison, Wis., is â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Toast To The Past! CAS Collectorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 20th Anniversary!â&#x20AC;? Collectors at the â&#x20AC;&#x153;biggest and best party of them allâ&#x20AC;? will celebrate the enduring appeal of Ceramic Arts figurines, which brightened homes from coast to coast during the 1940s and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;50s and continue to brighten hearts today. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on August 23, Convention attendees will take in the Wisconsin Pottery Association Show & Sale at the Alliant Energy Center. Later, all will gather at Madisonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Howard Johnson Plaza for the convention festivities, with activities and dĂŠcor centered around a funfilled anniversary party theme.

There will be party favors and take-home souvenirs, as well as door prizes, club memorabilia, and an opportunity for anniversary photos. In short, everything that makes such a gathering so unforgettable. Getting the evening underway will be a social hour and the popular â&#x20AC;&#x153;CAS On Display Follow the leader! Ceramic Arts Contest, with all in atten- Studio figurines, The Pied Piper & dance invited to submit Children, make their way to Madison entries. A buffet dinner, for the 2014 CAS Collectors giveaway, and member- Convention. The event is set for ship meeting will be fol- Saturday, August 23, at Madisonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lowed by the clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s annu- Howard Johnson Plaza. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s al auction, featuring pro- theme: â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Toast To The Past! CAS fessional auctioneer Collectorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 20th Anniversary!â&#x20AC;? Shirley Baumann. Events will conclude with door prizes Saturday, May 31, will be eligiand the presentation of the ble for an Earliest Earlybird 2014 CAS Collectors prize drawing. Forms and additional information are available Commemorative. Convention registration, on the clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website, which remains at $60 per per-, or by son, includes all evening activ- writing CAS Collectors, 206 ities, plus the Commemorative. Grove Street, Rockton, IL Registrations received by 61072.

U.S. Antique Shows, the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest producer of indoor antique shows, recently announced a global partnership with the Italian-based Mercanteinfiera. With 33 years of experience in the exhibition industry, Mercanteinfiera conducts a fair of modernism, antiques, and colleciables that is produced biannually in Parma, Italy. Over a thousand dealers exhibit their antiques and collectibles to enthusiasts,

collectors and memorabilia hunters. With dates in both the spring and fall, this event is one of the most important to the European antiques industry. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re thrilled to partner with such an elite organization as Mercanteinfiera. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re confident that the combined strength of our two organizations will put our brands in the forefront of the global stage and help both of us grow our buyer and exhibitor base,â&#x20AC;? said Dan

Darby, Emerald Expositions vice president and U.S. Antique Shows group show director. Mercanteinfiera will be attending U.S. Antique Showsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Pier Antique Show on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 22 and 23, and The Original Miami Beach Antique Show to be held Friday to Wednesday, Jan. 30 to Feb. 4, 2015. For more information, visit or


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FRIDAY, MAY 30, 2014 AT 2PM ESTATE COLLECTION OF MODEL TRAINS AND ACCESSORIES Thousands of Items to be sold at Absolute Auction Included in the Collection: G and O-gauge Trains, including Lionel, LGB, Bachman, Mikeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Train House, etc; Lionel and other Accessories, and much more. Exhibitions: Thursday, May 29: 4-7pm; All-day Friday, May 30: from 9am

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Invaluable Joins Forces With China’s EpaiLive, Bringing Together The Two Largest Art And Auction Markets the two companies plan to start offering live online bidding later this year. According to the TEFAF Art Market Report 20141, the United States held the position as the principal center of the global art and antiques market in 2013, followed by China, which was ranked as the world’s second largest market for art and auctions. The report names China as the most important of the newer markets in the space. “We are extremely excited to launch our partnership with EpaiLive as we merge the two largest markets for art and auctions in the world and expand the reach of our auction house partner’s sales to China-based buyers,” said Rob Weisberg, Invaluable CEO. “With this alliance, we are increasing the inventory available on the auction market in Asia with the vast selection of Asian arts and antiques offered by Invaluable auction houses in North America, while providing our auction house partners with guaranteed payment from China-based buyers.” Invaluable has experienced tremendous growth in the Asian arts and antiques category in the past year, as well as growing demand from bidders based in China. The number of registered users on the Invaluable platform in China rose by 123 percent in 2013 over the previous year, while the number of executed bids from users based in China rose by 101

percent in 2013 over 2012. “We are thrilled about our new strategic partnership with Invaluable as we work to create stronger ties between the auction markets of the East and the West,” said Dr. QiQi Jiang, CEO of EpaiLive. “China is currently one of the

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Motivated New Bidders Discover Antique Toys At Bertoia Auctions’ $1.2M Season Opener Whether high-end European productions of a century ago or mid-range boomer toys produced for the prosperous postwar American market, toys made an impressive statement at Bertoia Auctions’ first sale of the year, held March 28 and 29. The auction attracted a bidding audience divided equally among floor, phone and Internet participants and

grossed nearly $1.2 million. All prices quoted are inclusive of an 18 percent buyer’s premium. “There were many new players whose names I did not recognize,” said Bertoia Auctions associate Rich Bertoia. “That’s always an encouraging sign, because it means there are collectors starting fresh with many slots to fill in their collections. When someone has been collecting for 20 to 25 years, they’re only looking for certain things they don’t already have. We’re seeing new interest from bid-

A Steiff golden mohair bear, 24 inches high, with leather muzzle, sold for $10,030.

ders who’ve only just discovered antique and vintage toys. They have a long and enjoyable journey ahead of them.” Character toys, whether those representing early radio personalities or “evergreens”

like Popeye and Disney favorites, showed strength across all demographic lines. “Everyone can relate to Mickey Mouse, whether they’re 18 or 88,” said Bertoia. And that they did, bidding an

appealing Distler Mickey and Minnie Mouse Hurdy Gurdy to an aboveestimate price of $5,900. Three iterations of Marx’s Merry Makers Bands were offered. Both the marquee/conductor The Dent service/pickup truck, 9 inches version and mar- long, ex. Donald Kaufman collection, sold quee/violinist bands for $8,260. achieved individual prices of $1,298, while a band painted productions with whimdesigned with a marquee but sical themes and ingenious no conductor reached $1,098. actions. “Those very same qualiOther notable tin toy entries ties that appealed to American included a Marx Butter and buyers in the 1890s are what Egg Man, $2,242 against an continue to attract collectors to estimate of $600-$700, and a Gunthermann toys today,” Henry Katz Soldiers Parade Bertoia said. Gunthermann hightoy with extremely rare box, lights in Bertoia’s sale included a Gordon Bennett racer, $9,440, which marched to $3,540. European toys came and a performing clown with A Noah’s Ark, 37 inches long, hand-painted details, with 91 on strong, especially flying boats, $2,950. pairs of animals and 8 people, sold for $16,520. Gunthermann’s early hand(Continued on page 19)

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The portrait doll from the earliest period of Jumeau’s pro- The clockwork reindeer nodduction, bisque head, 16.5 inch- der with Santa on sleigh, 30 es tall, sold for $5,900. inches overall length, sold for $11,210.

This Fernand Martin “Washer Woman” clockwork toy, paint- A Meier “Gnome on Egg” ed tin and cloth dressed, sold articulated penny toy, 3 inches A Dresden Christmas ornafor $6,490. long, sold for $4,720. ment of an elephant with glass eyes and faux-ivory tusk sold for $3,540.

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Bertoia Auctions (Continued from page 18)

Other European standouts ranged from a clockwork biplane based on a Wright Brothers design, $1,652; a clockwork boat, possibly of French manufacture, with two bisque-head, cloth-dressed rowers, $3,835; and a Doll et Cie. Ferris wheel, $4,720. A circa1910 hand-crank-operated automaton of a gentleman in tails with performing dogs on a musical Ferris wheel fetched $4,720. A fleet of nicely scaled, well-detailed Marx vehicles followed. A scarce red and white circa-1930s pressed-steel ambulance doubled its estimate at $944, while a Marx lithographed-tin Mack steam shovel with original box powered its way to $2,950 against an estimate of $250-$300. Many of the Marx toys came from the collection of the late Dr. Malcolm Kates, who was known for his excellent eye for color and design. The parade of European toys resumed with a strong performance from the Lehmann corner. A boxed Tut-Tut sped to $2,950, a Zig Zag commanded $2,006, and a Man-Da-Rin made $1,770. A fine selection of French Martin characters included a Barrel Roller, $1,121, and an Advocate, which successfully made its case at $2,950 against an estimate of $800-$1,000. The Martin that “cleaned house,” however, was the perennially popular Washer Woman, which more than quadrupled its high estimate to settle at $6,490. Of all the categories featured in Bertoia’s Spring Opener, none realized more money per centimeter than the choice grouping of tiny penny toys. On average, they sold for $300-$700, but several earned remarkable four-figure sums,

Horst Auctioneers (Continued from page 10)

including a three-inch articulated Gnome on Egg, which rose to $4,720 (est. $500-$600); and a three-inch Meier doubledecker bus, $2,242 (est. $400$600). A boxed Parker Bros. Toy Town Airship Meet with a lithographed hangar and a Bleriot penny toy dirigible and two airplanes was bid to $1,880. Cast-iron collectors stepped up to the plate to bid aggressively on a Hubley reindeerdrawn sleigh, $5,310, and a Kenton oversize Caisson, possibly a prototype, $9,440. Ideal’s Bicycle Riders, consisting of three riders joined together on bikes, wheeled their way to $3,540. Rare and beautiful Erzgebirge carved-wood toys rarely appear at auction, but several wonderfully detailed examples were offered at Bertoia’s sale, including a boxed set of Townspeople, $3,540, and a Logging Encampment, $2,006. Another German highlight was a 24inch Steiff golden mohair bear with leather muzzle, which handily surpassed its $4,000$6,000 estimate to reach $10,030. The magical Tom Fox collection and other select consignments drew antique Christmas ornament collectors from far and wide. Dresdens included a boar’s head “popper,” $4,130; a monkey jockey on horseback, $2,360; and a Bugatti-type roadster, $1,534. A nodding polar bear with Santa achieved $5,605, and a clockwork reindeer nodder pulling a frosted lichen sleigh with a bisque Santa rider topped the group at $11,210 against an estimate of $6,000-$8,000. For additional information, visit Images courtesy Bertoia Auctions.

antiques, including cobalt decorated stoneware, redware, early china and glassware, textiles, primitives, early woodenware, and artwork. An interesting redware bank in the shape of a spaniel

by three paint-decorated boxes by well-known 19thcentury folk artists. The small-sized green Weber box features a two story house flanked by trees with lid and sides decorated with a floral motif. The box was made by Weber, when he was working in Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Pa. It comes from the estate of an old Lebanon County collector and is expected to bring $6,000-$8,000. The other two This Lehnware miniature chest is in boxes were made by excellent condition. Joseph Lehn, working in Elizabeth Township, is estimated to fetch $1,000 to Lancaster County, Pa. The $2,000. The bank was made first is a miniature chest George Wagner, of Leighton, retaining its brilliant original Pa. freehand The auction will conand decal clude with 50 lots of period decoration. and antique country furniIt is estimat- ture. This grouping is highed to bring lighted by five 18th- and $ 1 , 5 0 0 - 19th-century tall case clocks, $2,000. The including a flat top clock by second is a George Hoff (Lancaster, Pa.) sewing box and a broken arch top clock with a paint- by George Eby (Manheim, ed interior Pa.). Also included is a that is fitted Philadelphia Chippendale to hold side chair and a dropleaf s e w i n g table with trifid feet, as well accessories. as various Chippendale It is estimat- chests of drawers and ed to bring several primitive country $ 1 , 0 0 0 - cupboards. $1,500. Live online bidding will The rest be available through of the auc- and tion features a variety of For more information, call or visit This George Hoff tall case 717-738-3080 clock is among several period Lancaster County, Pa., tall Images courtesy Horst clocks to be sold. Auction Center.

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HERSCHEDE GRANDFATHER CLOCK, model 230. Made in USA. Good cond, $4,500 obo. 570-842-9315

ANTIQUE GOLF CLUBS (23), wood shaft, 732-570-5312 Gary.

GUITARS, VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, banjos, early brass & woodwinds. We buy, sell, & appraise. In business since 1974. Vintage Instruments, Philadelphia, 215-545-1100.

MUSIC BOXES WANTED Buying and Selling Cylinder & Disc Music Boxes, Bird Cages, Bird Boxes, Phonographs, Automatas. Specializing in all Antique Resortation Services for over 60 years. Ask for Gerald Wright. Rita Ford Music Boxes, 1253 Springfield Ave. #304, New Providence, NJ 07974, 908-377-3225, 212-535-6717.

PIE SAFE EXCELLENT condition, hearts & star panels, other furniture available. Call 610-942-4890 or cell # 239-877-2206.

Call 1-800-428-4211, x2561 ASIAN ANTIQUES SALE 20-40% off Fine Chinese, Japanese- jade, porcelain, snuff bottles. RAB Collection at the German Trading Post, RT 272 Denver/ Adamstown, PA. Open Daily.



AUTOMOBILE OWNERS MANUALS Wanted most years and models. Also sales brochures, service manuals, etc. TMC Publications, 6308 Deer Park Rd., Reisterstown, MD 21136. 410-526-4495. AUTOMOBILES WANTED. LOOKING to buy old foreign cars, especially British. Will purchase in any condition, also buying parts. Call Ed, 856-816-7321. CARNIVAL, CIRCUS, FREAKS, Sideshow, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, Nude Photos, Steel Pier, Pinups, Strippers, Burlesque, Auto Thrillshow. Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418.

To place your classified ad Call 1-800-428-4211 E414932

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Antiques, Furniture, Glassware, Collectibles, Guns, Live Low Digit Delaware License Tags, Delaware State Fair Stock, Vehicles, Pacemaker 28’ Boat, Trailers, Golf Cart, Mowers, Estate Jewelry, Gold Coins & More

MONDAY, MAY 26, 2014 AT 9:00 A.M. Location: Wilson’s Auction Sales, Inc., 10120 Dupont Blvd. (Route 113),

LINCOLN, DELAWARE - In the “Gallery” (Red Building). 9:00 A.M.: An impressive collection of Carnival Glass to include numerous patterns & unusual pieces. American Fostoria, chocolate pots, washbowl & pitcher sets, Depression glass, opalescent, hand painted ewers, Heisey, Candlewick, compotes, powder jars, pair of candelabra w/prisms, luster candleholders, jadeite, sandwich glass. A Selection of Lamps To Include: Several Gone With The Wind; Banquet; Slag Glass; Figural; Aladdin; Red Satin; Bull’s-eye; Hurricane; Nickel; Oil; Converted Oil; Oriental and others. Also, lampshades, chimneys, brackets & parts. Signed duck decoys by Wm. Veasey & others, Roseville pottery, Haviland Limoges 100 pc. china set “Silver Anniversary,” Swiss fondue pot, pewter tea service, cloisonné trinket boxes, silver-plated serving pcs, Delaware glass, Lladro, pickle castors, Beatrix Potter, Bohemian glass, Royal Doulton figurines & “Mr. Pickwick” plate, nodders, collection of Baccarat paperweights, Wedgwood, jardinière on pedestal, perfume bottles, Royal Crown Derby. Cut glass, Rubina Verde, Wave Crest, Amberina decorative pitcher, satin glass, Nippon, piano babies, Mt. Washington watercolor painting, Hummel figurines, cruets, salts, figurines, vases, baskets, covered candy, butter & cheese dishes, moose creamer, cast-iron candleholder w/prisms, dresser sets, dolls, Lia Sophia jewelry, pair of oriental Foo dogs, Coke collectibles. Milk Bottles: Joseph; Frear; Laythwaite; Earls; Lewes; Rehoboth & others. Toy trucks including Hess, Coke, Texaco & more. Victorian picture frames, baskets, Hull dinnerware, Guardian Service, Delaware advertising pieces & ephemera, Fenton, Weller, Herend, bisque figurines, brass sconces, Limoges, pottery, milk glass, hatpin holder, agate, mirrors, quilts, pewter pieces, decorative crocks, church plates, sterling silver, Lance cracker cabinet, Lance jar, early oil bottles w/rack, Holsum Bread broom rack, spinning wheel, butter churn, lard press, milk cans, wooden firkin, copper kettle, cast iron bucket, balance scales, early kitchen utensils & tools, and much more not listed. 11:00 A.M. - Shotguns: LC Smith 12 ga. dbl. barrel w/xtra 32” barrel & custom cherry case; Remington Model 500A 12 ga. pump; Sturm-Ruger “Red Label” 12 ga. over/under; P. Beretta A390 ST 12 ga. automatic; H.J. Sterling 12 ga. dbl. barrel; Iver Johnson 12 ga. dbl. barrel; DU Flyaway Ltd. Edition 12ga.; Fox Savage Arms Model B 12 ga. dbl. barrel; Hunter Arms “Fulton” 20 ga. dbl. barrel; H&R “Topper” 20 ga.; Ranger Model 101.5 .410 single shot. Rifles: Remington Gamemaster 760 Carbine 30-06 Springfield w/Weaver scope; Savage Model 110E .270WIN w/Tasco scope; Remington .22 single shot; German military M-81 “Waffenfabrik Bern”; Colt AR15 assault w/scope & bayonet; Remington Model 552 Speedmaster .22 w/Simmons scope; Ruger Model 10/22 .22 w/25 round mag. & Center Point scope; Browning BL - 22 lever action .22. Handguns: Czech Republic WWII Model 29 semiauto w/holster; Davis Warner Arms WWI “Infallible” .32ACP; Bryco Jennings 9mm semiauto; Ruger GP100 stainless .357mag w/leather holster; S&W .38 six shot revolver; Ruger “Colorado Centennial” single six .22 revolver; S&W Model 41 .22 target; S&W Model 48 dbl. action .22 revolver; Springfield Armory Model SAXD 9mm subcompact. Mondial .22 chrome plated and other starter pistols. Commemorative & Collector Edition Guns, Black Powder Guns & Bayonets: Texas Ranger 18231973 Anniversary Ltd. Ed. Set - S&W Model 19 .357 revolver & 6” bowie knife; (2) Colt General Nathan Bedford Forrest .22 L.R. single action Frontier Scout revolvers (#1280NBF & 1282NBF); Winchester Buffalo Bill Model 94 30-30 octagon barrel rifle; Winchester Theodore Roosevelt Model 94 30-30 octagon barrel; Navy Arms 1851 Navy Colt Replica .36; Valley Arms .45 in-line; New England “Huntsman” .50 w/Simmons scope. WWII bayonet - J.A. Henckels, bayonets w/scabbards; USMC M-16 soft case; over/ under soft case and more not listed. 1:00 P.M.: Live Low Digit Delaware License Tags: 5311; C1038; C3018; C3594; C6828; C9931; RV42; RV93; RV457; MC482; 59172 … We Are Still Accepting Tags For This Auction. Delaware State Fair Stock: 16 Shares. Vehicles: 2011 Ford Escape - One Owner Garage Kept w/27k miles; 2007 Buick Lucerne CXL w/11,571 miles; 2006 Mercury Grand Marquis GS w/7,971 miles; 2001 Cadillac DeVille w/69,237 miles; 2001 Ford F-150 XL w/105k miles; 1995 Ford F150 XLT w/117k miles; 1998 Mercedes SL500 AMG Hardtop/ Convertible w/102,000 miles; 1991 Mercedes 300SL Hardtop/Convertible w/54,000 miles being sold with Delaware Tag #16816; 1973 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia convertible. Pacemaker Boat, Trailers, Golf Cart & Mowers: ‘71 Pacemaker 28’ boat w/Continental trailer; Homemade 8’ trailer; Down to Earth 20’ trailer with sway bar, lights, toolbox and ramps; Pro-Line 24’ trailer with lights inside and cabinets; Club Golf Cart; LX1901 Dixie Chopper; John Deere 16HP 46” cut Mulcher; Toro Z 420. Estate Jewelry: Featuring a 14k lady’s 1.99ct diamond cluster ring, and a selection of diamonds and precious stones set in gold & sterling silver. Gucci 3000M wristwatch, 14k 2.5ctw Diamond Ring, 10k 1.75ctw Diamond Ring, costume jewelry and more not listed. Coins to include Gold Coins, an assortment of Silver Dollars and other old money. 3:00 P.M.: Furniture: Mahogany QA chest on chest, walnut corner cupboard, oak & mahogany drop front secretary desks w/bookcase, Victor Victrola, oak bowed glass china cabinets, mahogany & oak washstands w/towel bar. A selection of walnut marble top dressers, tables, washstands & candlestands. Oak & mahogany glass door bookcases, showcases, mahogany kneehole desk, cedar wardrobe, mahogany server, Singer treadle base, mahogany 4 pc. bedroom suite, pineapple bed, walnut bed, oak & mahogany dresser, chifferobe, Walnut Victorian love seat & chairs, mahogany 8 pc. dining room suite, Century Furniture oriental style sideboard & server, oriental rugs, wicker & wooden rockers, coat trees, piano stool, cane, rope & rush seat chairs, assortment of wall mirrors, coffee & end table sets, Victorian iron patio sets & plant stands, cement planters, and more not listed.

PREVIEW: Sunday, May 25, 2014, from 11:00 A.M. til 4:00 P.M. Terms: Payment in full on the day of sale with cash, approved check, debit card or major credit card. 5% clerking fee on all sales which will be discounted entirely for customers paying with cash, approved check or debit card. Absentee & phone bids will be accepted. No Buyer’s Premium. Auctioneer’s Note: Make plans to attend this important Holiday Auction event that you can’t afford to miss, featuring several Estates and including The Estate of Josephine Parkyn from Delmar, Delaware. Several auctioneers will be selling throughout the day, so bring a friend. Announcements made day of sale supersede all printed material. Visit our website to view several color photos of items in this auction. Celebrate Memorial Day With Wilson’s Auction Sales, Where There Is No Buyer’s Premium - “What You Bid Is What You Pay.”

Good Food & refreshments will be served by Marilyn’s Catering. There is plenty of parking, No sales tax and No Buyer’s Penalty.

Wilson’s Auction Sales, Inc. “Professionals On The Move”


Dave Wilson, Auctioneer & Sales Manager K. Wade Wilson, Auctioneer & Customer Service Representative (302) 422-3454 Fax (302) 422-0462

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