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Something To Munch On: Collectible Cookie Jars indestructible staple of pirate-ship lore, was a close relative.) Snickerdoodles. . Oatmeal When sugar tickled the taste Scotchies. . Black-and-Whites. . buds of seventh-century Persia, a Toll House. . Pecan Sandies . . goodie more familiar to today’s Windmills . . and cookie-minded Saddle, American Oreos. sensibilities made Bisque, 12” h., its debut. The he names alone $300-$325. sweet snacks call out the journeyed to the “ C o o k i e Western world in Monster” in each of the 14th century, us. Cookies, those ohand “travel cakes” so-tempting tiny were soon being treats, personify the hawked on every phrase “something street corner. for every taste.” Particularly popThere are nut cookular: the nuties. Date cookies. filled “jumble.” Nut-and-date cookThe word ies. Cookies you “cookie” comes to bake. Cookies you us courtesy of the don’t bake. Cookies Dutch, a bowdlerizayou mold, press, roll, tion of the term koekdrop, fold, or fill. je, or “little cake.” The Cookies. You enjoy them earliest Dutch versions until the last, appetizing crumb has disappeared, and the cookie were just that: little bits of cake batjar is empty. Sure, there are other ter, used to test oven temperature things that start with the letter before a cake was baked. The resul“C.” But, in the words of tant “little cakes” proved so scrump“Sesame Street’s” Cookie tious that they became sensations all Monster, “who cares about da on their own. Brought to America with Dutch settlers, the newly-chrisother things?” tened “cookies” quickly found favor. Crumbs of Cookie Lore Although cookie-like wafers Homemakers enjoyed a dessert that have been around since baking could be prepared with minimal began, the earliest incarnations fuss. Hungry hordes liked their crisp bear little resemblance to our texture, lighter than the heavy cakes modern cookie conception. Not previously in vogue. One and all particularly sweet, these early found them irresistible, a popularity baked hard crackers were prized that has only increased over the cenfor their ability to withstand the turies. Today, cookies can be found rigors of travel. (“Hardtack,” that in over 95 percent By Donald-Brian Johnson
Some jars acted as advertisements for mascots or celebrated famous films. “Elsie,” the Borden spokescow, is shown as a cookie jar here, unmarked, 12” h., $300-$325. Also, a cookie jar celebrating the 1939 movie classic “The Wizard of Oz” (1998), Warner Brothers Studio Store, 12” h. $60-$75.
of American homes. We gobble down over two billion of them annually. (In case you’re keeping count, that’s about 300 cookies per person each year. Are you doing your part?) Cookie Containment No matter how quickly they disappeared, some type of convenient storage container for freshly-baked cookies was still called for. The first cookie jars were known as “biscuit barrels,” the moniker a holdover from the British term for cookies. (When next in London, remember: request a biscuit with your meal, and you’ll likely receive a piece of cookie-like shortbread, rather than the anticipated hard roll). The biscuit barrel (a glass jar, often pink or green, with a screwon metal lid), was primarily utilitarian; decoration was secondary. Metal variations were known as “biscuit tins,” and some thrifty housewives even made do with repurposed oatmeal boxes or coffee cans. In 1929, the Brush P o t t e r y Company of Zanesville, Ohio, changed all that. Brush introduced the first ceramic cookie jar. It was green and emblazoned with just one word: the self-explanatory Cookies. Other manufacturers quickly followed suit, and the biscuit barrel became a thing of the past. From the 1930s onward, cookie jars were expected to serve a dual purpose: to store cookies and to do so attractively! Over the years, although glass, metal, plastic, and even wooden cookie jars had their adherents, the ceramic cookie jar held sway. Ceramic proved the most versatile medium for decoration and shape. More importantly, ceramic cookie jars were nonporous, keeping their contents free from the absorption of
unwanted outside elements. As for those often ill-fitting ceramic lids? Well, in the days of fresh-baked cookies, it really didn’t matter much if a cookie jar was completely air-tight; the cookies never lasted long enough to go
Train engine, McCoy, 8” h., $200-$225.
stale! Ceramic cookie jars soon became a whimsical, welcoming fixture in every home kitchen. America’s appetite for decora“Red Riding Hood,” Hull, 13” h., $125-$150.
tive ceramic cookie jars lasted from the late 1940s well into the 1970s. Prominent among manufacturers satisfying that hunger were McCoy and American Bisque. Other notable cookie jar creators: Shawnee, Hull, Hall,
minimally adorned with floral or leaf decoration, applied via paint or decal. Then, in response to buyer demand for variety, imagination took over, in the form of “shaped” jars. Since cookies appealed not only to children, but also to “former children” (i.e., everybody else), why not cookie jars celebrating childhood favorites? An entire storybookfull of nursery rhyme and fairy tale character jars ranged from “Red Riding Hood” and “Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater,” to “The Wizard of Oz” and the (particularly apt) “Little Gingerbread Boy.” There were cookie jars based on silver screen and TV favorites, including “Pinocchio,” “Donald Duck,” and “Howdy Doody.” Generic whimsy found expression in such themes as playful kittens, frolicking clowns, winking owls, and grinning alarm clocks. Advertising icons such as “Elsie the Borden Cow” also found their way onto jars. And, since a cookie jar’s home was in the kitchen, there was an overabundance of food-based figurals. Among them: apples, strawberries, pumpkins, and watermelons, along with such unlikely cookie companions as tomatoes and green peppers. Any verbiage was simple and to the point: “Have A Cookie”; “Try Mom’s Cookies”; as well as the less accommodating, “Did You Ask First?” The California Cleminsons went a step further, with jars Shawnee’s “Jo Jo the Clown,” 8-1/2” h., $100-$125.
RobinsonRansbottom, Treasure Craft, Abingdon, Brush, Lane, Metlox, California Originals, Regal, and Red Wing. Cookie jars even appear in the inventories of such unlikely contenders as Roseville and Gilner. Themes Like Old Times The first ceramic cookie jars were simple cylinder or pot shapes,
bearing such folksy mottos as “The Way to a Man’s Heart. . .” Some cookie jars did double-duty: American Bisque’s “Blackboard Girl” toted a functioning chalkboard, on which household necessities could be noted (for instance, cookie ingredients!). Nearly any theme could conceivably be re-imagined as a cookie jar. . . and was. (Continued on page 2)
Cookie jars shaped like food can add charm to any kitchen counter. Jars shown here include a Pineapple by McCoy, 10” h., $125-$150; Golden apple by McCoy, 8” h., $75-$100; Red Apple by McCoy, 12” h., $75-$100; Watermelon (1993) by Boston Warehouse Trading Corp. marked “Made in China,” 12” h., $25-$50; and Strawberry by Treasure Craft, 10” h., $50-$75.
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“Rock-A-Bye Baby” Display At
Haddon Heights Antiques Center The birth of her baby signals the beginning of motherhood for most mothers, so what could be more appropriate - and cuter - when the focus turns to Mom than a special display devoted to babies? At the Haddon Heights Antiques Center in New
Jersey throughout May, the special display case will be brimming with “vintage babies” and baby collectibles because the theme is “Rocka-Bye Baby.” From baby dolls to piano baby figurines, rattles, bottles, bonnets, and blankets, if it has something to do with a baby, it’s likely to
Vintage baby dolls and assorted baby items such as rattles, bottles, photos, figurines, and ephemera will contribute to a very cute special display at the Haddon Heights Antiques Center throughout the month of May.
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also a characteristic of jailhouse carvers themselves. With a few exceptions, being a jailbird is not a celebrity status. One who emerged from anonymity was Patrick J. Culinane. In 1914 and 1915 while serving a sentence in a jail in Charlestown, Mass., he made a bar scene similar to those mentioned above but distinguished by being populated with monkeys - about 70 of them, according to an entry in “Henry’s Attic: Some Fascinating Gifts to Henry Ford and His Museum.” Scattered about the bar, the figures were indulging in the activities that Culinane believed to have led to his downfall and that of his fellow prisoners: drinking and gambling. According to the entry, when the manager of a local Ford factory visited the prison, Culinane asked that the diorama be sent as a gift to Henry Ford, whom he greatly admired. The admiration was mutual. Ford was so impressed he
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The Early Owego Antique Center, at the corner of Lake and Main Streets in Owego, N.Y., will hold a fun and fact-filled “Spring Fling” on Friday, May 17, and Saturday, May 18. The fun part begins on Friday evening, when everyone is invited to “Meet the Dealers.” Early Owego is a multi-dealer antique and collectible salesroom hosting over 80 dealers. Competent staff members are in charge daily, with the dealers coming and going as need be. But on Friday evening, May 17, all of the vendors have been invited to explain their areas of interest, talk a bit about pricing and valuation trends, answer questions and take note of customers’ wants. Each dealer has even been asked to offer a favorite hors d’oeuvre, beverage or snack. Adding to the fun and excitement will be a performance by The Royal Blues Big Band. Known locally and further afar, this select group of 17 dedicated musicians enjoys playing all types of music, from Glenn Miller to the Beatles. The band
includes four trumpets, a full complement of saxes, plus a trombone, French horn and baritone horn, with keyboards and percussion, all under the direction of Don VanScoy, conductor. The Royal Blues will perform without interruption from 6:30 until 8 p.m. On the mezzanine, dancing is invited. On Saturday, May 18, the Early Owego Lecture Series continues with a very special presentation by Dr. Christopher Wright on “The Earliest Forms of Photography with a Display of Period Cameras and Lenses.” Dr. Wright holds many degrees, including a Doctor of Divinity, and has had many occupations. Originally an academician, he tired of the 100 percent scholarly life and purchased a farmstead and went to homesteading. This was not that unusual, except that Dr. Wright, at 64, is the nation’s oldest living survivor of Morquio Syndrome, a rare connective tissue disease that is severely disabling. As his disease progressed, he was
forced to give up his beloved music and was led toward photography. Doing nothing halfway, he has single-handedly revived the chemical and physical processes of most of the known very early photographic techniques. He is a consultant to the Getty Museum’s “Project for the Preservation of the Traditional Chemical / Wet Darkroom,” the owner of “Visions in Silver Photography,” specializing in Large Format Fine Art black and white images, and the author of “Still Life-Still Living,” a collection of his photographs and essays describing development of spiritually-based aesthetics. Dr. Wright will offer his talk and presentation of equipment at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 18, at the Antique Center. Visitors will not want to miss this fascinating individual who has truly overcome adversity through photography. For more information, visit www.earlyowego antiquecenter.com or call 607-725-6833.
arranged for Culinane’s release and secured work for him at the Ford factory - making of him an honest man, husband and father of three. The diorama is housed at the Ford Museum in Dearborn, Mich., but in 1909 it was loaned to the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore for a special exhibition titled “The Marriage of Art, Science and Philosophy.” There, visitors could see the plaque mounted on its back: … “a token of appreciation and esteem for his many and benevolent acts toward…prisoners” and signed “By a Prisoner.” Culinane’s monkey bar is noteworthy for several reasons. It is one of the earliest of many monkey bar dioramas that followed. Invariably they showed figures engaged in one or more vices; and like them, some of its figures were made of peach pits. Renewed interest in monkey bars was spurred in 2006 by an episode on the nationally broadcast Antiques Roadshow, during which Marybeth Keane, an appraiser
from Connecticut, was asked to evaluate a monkey bar brought to her by a guest who said that, according to family history, it had been made by a convict at the New Hampshire Penitentiary in the 1920s. It had been in her family since the 1930s. Keane said she knew of about 20 made by one or more inmates in the penitentiary, sometimes populated with frogs, more often with monkeys, and often carved from peach pits. She evaluated it at $3,500 to $4,500. A local group that became interested in the appraisal was the Down Jersey Folklife Center at WheatonArts and Cultural Center in Millville in South Jersey (a region sometimes known as Down Jersey). It, too, had a monkey bar about the same size as the Antiques Roadshow specimen and also populated with figures carved from peach pits: one pit for the top half of the figure, the other pit for the bottom half. Peach-pit carving is a well-established folk craft that may have first been developed in China. It is still pursued in the South Jersey area, although most local
practitioners turn their peach pits into miniature baskets. The center’s monkey bar origins are unknown. The peach pit figures were regarded as evidence that it, too, was of jailhouse origin, if not New Hampshire. It was found in storage around the time the Folklife Center opened in 1995. It probably was later than the others, though before World War II, to judge from both its black-and-white checkered linoleum flooring and from the telephone booths and the floor-model radio that are included in the bar’s décor. It also intrigued a visitor to the Folklife Center in 2009, particularly when he heard about the $3,500 to $4,500 Roadshow appraisal. He confided that he owned a box that also was an example of jailhouse carving. He had gotten it from his father, he said. When asked where his father had gotten it, he replied, “He made it.” David Iams is the former Auctions columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer. He is also on the Friends of Folklife board at WheatonArts.
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ing at least 12 banks that were formerly in the collection of the late Donal Markey, an influential dealer and collector of antique toys, banks and folk art who passed away in March 2010. Several J&E Stevens painted Cupola banks are among those in the Markey group. All are in beautiful condition and some are finished in unusual colors. Their estimates range from $1,400 to $1,800. “As any experienced bank collector will tell you, Don Markey was a stickler for Bunker Hill still bank, painted condition and had a fantastic tin, circa 1876, ex Donal Markey collection, est. $3,000 eye for original paint,” said Ray Haradin, partner in RSL to $4,000.
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Collectors will be gathering in suburban Baltimore on Saturday, June 1, to inspect the real estate in an upscale “neighborhood” of early mechanical and still banks with an architectural theme. High-end castiron banks repli- Only known complete example of brass pattern for J&E Stevens cating various Two Frogs bank, circa 1882, ex Bob Brady collection, est. $8,000 types of build- to $12,000. ings - some Auction Co. generic and some Another immediately bank with identifiable as provenance famous structures from the - are the featured Markey collec- J&E Stevens Panorama cast-iron bank in highlight of RSL tion is a George green and red finish, ex Rich Garthhoeffn-er Auction’s 500-lot Brown Early collection, est. $20,000 to $30,000. sale to be held at American tin Richard Opfer’s production replicating the gallery in Bunker Hill Monument. FAYETTEVILLE Timonium, Md. Antique & Craft Mall Manufactured around 1876, it The event will boasts pristine-plus original 4 LARGE BUILDINGS begin at 11 a.m. 300+ DEALERS paint and says “Bunker Hill” Eastern time. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK under the base. It is expected Numerous Antiques. Collectibles. Coins. to reach $3,000 to $4,000. rare examples Jewelry. Glassware. Also boasting a Markey-colwill make an Consignment Furniture. lection pedigree is a nearCandles. Baskets. Wrought Iron. appearance in the mint Home bank by Judd Decorations. Etc. auction, includCompany. It is an extremely HOURS: 9AM TO 5PM 3625 – 3653 Lincoln Way East One of three known Dog on rare multicolor version paintFayetteville, PA 17222 ed in yellow and red. Bidding Turntable cast-iron mechanical
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Stevens’ desirable architectural bank known as “Panorama” will be offered. One variation is white with blue and red trim, while the other, green with red trim, has provenance from the revered Rich Garthhoeffner collection. Bright and in near-mint condition, the latter bank is entered in the sale with a $20,000 to $30,000 estimate. In addition to banks, there will be an excellent selection of antique toys from which to choose. Cast-iron horsedrawn and automotive toys (Continued on page 8)
Arcade cast-iron flat-top Limo bank replicating a 1920s Pittsburgh taxi, est. $5,000 to $7,000.
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patterns are very rare, but this is one I’ve never seen before, and to my knowledge, it’s the only one known that is complete,” said Haradin. Estimate is $8,000 to $12,000. Two examples of
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Boy Scout Camp mechanical, ex Larry Feld collection, is one of the finest known examples of its type. It has a presale estimate of $20,000 to $30,000. Also, one of only three known Dog on Turntable mechanical banks in red, white and blue paint, ex Markey collection, is in pristine condition and estimated at $4,000 to $6,000. From the prestigious Bob Brady collection comes a circa-1882 brass pattern for a Stevens Two Frogs bank. “All
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each size in the same auc- JEP (French) Torpedo Rocket open car, tin, original box, tion is unheard of.” The est. $3,000 to largest of the three $4,000. is expected to fetch $3,000 to $4,000. Another gem is the circa-1892 cast-iron Masonic Temple bank made in Chicago. emblaHaradin noted zoned that it is only the second with a bank of its type that he has G r a n t ever seen for sale, either priS t r e e t vately or at a public venue. address and He has no doubt it will realize 4-digit telephone number. $3,000 to $4,500 at auction. This particular bank has been An automotive shape that chosen to open RSL’s June 1 could bring top money is an sale and could knock down Arcade flat-top Limo bank in $5,000 to $7,000. a green with white motif. It is Still banks will be fola fine example of what actual lowed by a beautiful lineup of Pittsburgh taxicabs looked mechanical banks with excellike in the 1920s and is lent provenance. A classic
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could reach $2,500 to $3,500 on auction day. Approximately 130 architectural still banks were consigned to the sale from a single-owner collection. A highly appealing group, it includes
all three versions (small, medium and large) of a House with Bay Windows, a form that is one of the most sought after of all Stevens still banks. “Most collectors don’t even have one of these particular banks, including myself,” said Haradin. “To have the opportunity to bid on one of
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20758 Friendship 410-286-5932 FRIENDSHIP ANTIQUES 3 W. Friendship Rd. In an 1806 Parsonage offering a wide range of Antiques, Art, Jewelry and Collectibles. Thurs.-Sun. 11-5.
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07701 Red Bank 732-224-0033 MONMOUTH ST. EMPORIUM, 27 Monmouth St., Voted Best Antique Store in Monmouth Co., Multi-Dlr 5,000 s.f. shop. Open 7 days/ wk. Space available. 07701 Red Bank 732-842-5400 RIVERBANK ANTIQUES 169 W. Front St. located in antique district of Red Bank. Open Mon. thru Sunday 11am5pm. www.riverbankantiques.com Like us on FACEBOOK. 07712 Asbury Park 732-774-6800 MONMOUTH ANTIQUE SHOPPES, 658 Cookman Ave. in the Shoppes at the Arcade. Multi-Dlr. shop. Open 7 days 11am-5pm. Check out our website www.monmouthantiqueshoppes.com 07801 Dover 973-989-4470 DOVER ANTIQUE CENTER Corner of Warren & Bassett. Furniture, pottery, jewelry, toys, glass, books, records, clocks, art, trains, coins W 11-7, Fri., Sat. and Su 11-5.
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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. 18251 Sybertsville 570-788-1275 HALâ€™S ANTIQUE FLEA MARKET, 732 State Rte. 93, Exit 256 off I-80, take 93 S. or Exit 145 off I-81, take 93 N. Sundays 9am-4pm. 18337 Milford 570-409-8636 OLD LUMBERYARD ANTIQUES 113 7th St. 2 large Multi-Dealer Shops, 10,000 sq. ft. Mon., Thur-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. www.oldlumberyardantiquesllc.com
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18938 New Hope 215-862-5454 COCKAMAMIEâ€™S 13 N. Main St. Specializing in Art Deco lighting, Furniture, Home Accessories, Celebrity Autographs & 1950â€™s. Authors of Art Deco Lighting & Popular Art Deco Lighting: Shades of the Past. Open Thurs.-Mon., appts. call 215-534-2169. With Ad receive additional discount. 18940 Wrightstown 215-598-8837 NOSTALGIC NOOK, Rt413, Carousel Village at Indian Walk. China, Stangl, Pennsbury Pottery, Glass-Cut & Pressed, Silver, Primitives, Furniture, Frames, Lamps. M-Sa 10-6. Sun 11-5. 18944 Perkasie 215-257-3564 TREASURE TROVE, 6 S. 7th Street. Estate jewelry, furniture, linens, vintage clothing, glass, china, books, toys, kitchenware, advertising, postcards. Primitives to Deco. Dealers Welcome. Mon.-Sat. 10-5. â€œSince 1980.â€?
19446 Landsdale 215-361-7910 THE ARCHIVE, 725 W. 2nd St. 1000â€™s of used & antique books, magazines, postcards, ephemera, coins, records, furniture, antiques, collectibles. 21,000 s.f. Tues.-Fri. 11-6, Sat.-Sun. 10-6, thearchivebooksandpaper.com 19464 Pottstown 610-326-1911 MEMORIES N MORE, 204 High St. Paper galore, ephemera, advertising. Plan time to browse. Cell #610-9064332.
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tions from North Carolina, Florida, California, Connecticut and Massachusetts; plus other consignors. This wide-ranging sale includes important pieces of Midwestern, New Jersey and other free-blown wares; cut and engraved Pittsburgh and New England glass; New England and Pittsburgh blown three-mold and pillar-molded wares; colored New England pressed vases and candlesticks; pressed lacy, including two Pittsburgh window panes, one signed “Bakewell”; a fine Boston & Sandwich covered vegetable dish and rare cup plates; the Mucha collection of European glass of all types, including a large selection of pressed lacy; lighting, including whale oil and early kerosene periods; a large selection of 18th- and 19th-century drinking vessels; open salts, including rare lacy, pattern molded, Galle, Tiffany, silver, and more; art glass, including 15+ pieces of Tiffany, a Steuben Millefiori decorated Aurene vase, and a Pairpoint puffy-shade boudoir lamp; a collection of antique and modern paperweights, including exNYHS examples, South Jersey cologne and toothpick holder with applied
opal rim; whimsies, including a collection of darners; flint EAPG, including goblets and colored spoon/spill holders; assorted other glass, including bottles and flasks, dresser articles, cut overlay, overshot, and others; a large selection of reference volumes and research materials; plus more. The next auction at Jeffrey S. Evans is scheduled for Saturday, June 22, and focuses on Americana and Fine Antiques, including special sections on Virginia and the South. Prior to that sale, the annual Jeffrey S. Evans Educational Seminar on Virginia Decorative Arts will be held on Wednesday, June 15. For more information, interested individuals should visit www.jeffreys evans.com or call 540-434-3939.
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bowl, which is estimated to realize $2,000 to $3,000. In addition, the auction will include the final installment of the collection and reference library of the late Miriam Mucha, former curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and past president of the NAGC; selections from the private collection of Kenneth Lyon, past president of the NAGC; the Lorraine Galinsky collection of Long Island, N.Y.; the final installment of the Virginia & Vladimir Weiss collection of Audubon, Pa.; art glass from the collection of the late Rudolph Evers; part one of the Wilbur and Jean Rudisill collection of open salts; as well as private collec-
and early American tin clockwork productions are in the mix. Additionally, 60 European toys will be up for bid, from manufacturers such as Lehmann, Martin, Ingap, Distler and Eberl. A sporty French JEP Torpedo Rocket open car with original box is estimated at $3,000 to $4,000. “The toys in this sale came from a number of small collections, but when brought together as one grouping, they are very impressive. I think toy buyers will be pleasantly surprised,” Haradin said. All forms of bidding will be available for RSL’s June 1 auction, including live via the Internet through Masonic Temple cast-iron bank, est. $3,000
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Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates of Mount Crawford, Va., will auction a wide variety of 18th-, 19thand early 20th-century glass in its annual Spring Glass Auction on Wednesday, May 15. The auction includes an important Midwestern freeblown sugar bowl decorated with opal loops, formerly in the Strathmann and Robert H. Carew collections. Veronica “Ronnie” Riefler Strathmann of Pittsburgh, Pa., was past president and a long-standing member of the Lowell Innes Chapter of the National Early American Glass Club (NAGC). Exhibition and publication records for pieces in the Strathmann collection include the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania and Lowell Innes’ Pittsburgh Glass, 1797-1891. The undulating swags of white emphasize the size and shape of the
www.LiveAuctioneers.com. A complimentary lunch will be provided to all attendees. For additional information on any item in the sale, call Ray Haradin at 412-3438733, Leon Weiss at 917-9917352, or Steven Weiss at 212729-0011. Readers may also email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or visit RSL Auction Co. online at www.rslauctions.com. All images are provided by RSL Auction Co.
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ANTIQ UE SHOW & FLEA MARKET CALENDAR
05/15-19/13, BRIMFIELD, WED 6 AM-5 PM THURS-SUN 8:30 AM-5 PM, Antique, 30 Palmer Rd (Rt 20), New England Motel & Antiques Market, Inc. 05/16-18/13, BRIMFIELD, THURS-SAT 9 AM-SUNDOWN, Antique, 10 Palmer Rd (Rt 20), May's Antique Market, Inc. 05/17-18/13, BRIMFIELD, FRI 8 AM-4 PM SAT 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, 35 Main St Rt 20, Auction Acres MARYLAND 06/01-02/13, TIMONIUM, SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques Fair, 2200 York Rd 4-H Bldg, Maryland State Fairgrounds
05/18/13, GETTYSBURG, SAT 7 AM-4 PM, Outdoor Antique, Streets of Downtown
06/27-29/13, KUTZTOWN, THURS 10 AM-4 PM FRI 8 AM5 PM SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectors Extravaganza, 740 Noble St, Renningers - Kutztown
05/18/13, PHILADELPHIA (MANAYUNK), SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Flea Market, Main St at Pensdale, Outdoors
06/28-29/13, LITITZ, FRI 10 AM-5 PM SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Antique, 101 N Oak St, Bonfield Elementary School
05/25-26/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN, Primitives, Architectural & Garden Pieces, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market
06/28/13, LANCASTER, FRI 11 AM-2 PM, Ice Cream Parlors & Soda Fountains, 222 Eden Rd, Eden Resort Inn
05/25-26/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN 8 AM-4 PM, Hunting & Fishing, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market 05/27/13, LANDISVILLE, MON 8 AM, Flea Market, Amos Herr Park, Hempfield Community Flea Market 06/01-02/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN, Art Glass & Pottery, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market
MICHIGAN 05/18-19/13, ANN ARBOR, SAT 8 AM-4 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques Market, 5055 Ann ArborSaline Rd, Washtenaw Farm Council
06/01/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-5 PM, Flea Market, 3rd & Pine, Outdoors
NEW JERSEY 05/18/13, TITUSVILLE, SAT 9 AM-3 PM, Pinback Button, Cor of River Rd & Church Rd, Titusville United Methodist Church
06/08-09/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN, Coins, Stamps, Pens, Paperweights, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market
05/19/13, RINGOES, SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques Fair, Rt 179, Hunterdon County Fairgrounds 05/25/13, AVALON, SAT 9:30 AM, Antique, 30th & the Beach, Avalon Community Center 06/01/13, TITUSVILLE, SAT 9 AM-4 PM, Postcard, 1396 River Rd, Union Fire Hall 06/08/13, MULLICA HILL, SAT 9 AM-4 PM, Antique Festival, Rt 77, Gloucester County 4-H Fairgrounds NEW YORK 05/25-26/13, STORMVILLE, SAT & SUN 8 AM-5 PM, Antique Show & Flea Market, 428 Rt 216, Stormville Airport
06/22-23/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN, Military Fest, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market
06/29-30/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN 7 AM-4 PM, Summer Extravaganza, 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market 06/29/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-5 PM, Flea Market, Broad & Spruce, The Kimmel Center 07/05/13, PHILADELPHIA, FRI 5 PM-9 PM, Flea Market, 2nd & Arch St, Outdoors
06/02/13, ERWINNA, SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antique, Rt 32, River Rd, Tinicum Park (outdoor)
06/08/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Flea Market, Passyunk at Morris St, Outdoors 06/15-16/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN, Comic Books, Super Heroes, Film, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market
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MASSACHUSETTS 05/15-19/13, BRIMFIELD, WED-SUN 9 AM-5 PM, Antique, 37 Palmer Rd, Brimfield's Heart-OThe-Mart
05/18-19/13, REINHOLDS, SAT & SUN, Textiles & Linens, Rt 897 S 607 Willow St, Shupp's Grove Antique Market
06/15/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-5 PM, Flea Market, 10th & South St, Outdoors
GEORGIA 06/06-09/13, ATLANTA, THURS 12:45-6 PM FRI & SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Centers
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NEW JERSEY 05/18/13, AUDUBON, SAT 10 AM, Silver coins, 14K gold jewelry, great Tiffany carriage clock, sterling jewelry, other jewelry, watches, designer handbags etc., 100 W Merchant St, The Auction House, Inc. 05/18/13, EDGEWATER PARK, SAT 10 AM, Antique collectibles, household, jewelry, postcards, coins, sterling, depression glass etc., 459 Warren St, Bob Brenner 05/18/13, RIVERTON, SAT 10 AM, Antiques & Furniture, 402 Fulton St, Allen's Auction Service 05/19/13, EATONTOWN, SUN 1 PM, Fine Sterling Silver, The Sheraton Eatontown Hotel Six Industrial Way, William Barron Galleries, Inc. 05/25/13, POINT PLEASANT, SAT 9:30 AM, Antiques, collectibles, glassware, pottery, clean used furniture, jewelry etc., 1125 Arnold Ave, Concepts 1 Auction House 06/08/13, POINT PLEASANT, SAT 9:30 AM, Antiques, collectibles, glassware, pottery, clean used furniture, jewelry etc., 1125 Arnold Ave, Concepts 1 Auction House OHIO 05/18/13, CINCINNATI, SAT 2 PM, Early & period furniture, early smalls, folk art, quilts, textiles, artwork, paintings, bronze sculptures, Regina music box, toys, Christmas items, country store, advertising items etc., Holiday Inn 4501 Eastgate Blvd, Forsythes' Auctions, LLC
PENNSYLVANIA 05/06-20/13, MAPLE GLEN, ONLINE, Antiques including Judaica, Asian Art, Americana; Preview May 18th 10 am-5 pm @ 1425 Welsh Rd., Maple Glen, Online @ www.locatiauctions.com, Locati Auctions 05/16/13, NEW HOLLAND, THURS 5 PM, Quality antiques, collectibles, coins & currency, costume jewelry, 270 Grant St, John Hums Auctions 05/17/13, CHAMBERSBURG, FRI 1:30 PM, Lighting, toys; miscellaneous (3:30 pm); furniture (9 pm), 4401 Philadelphia Ave (outside), Kenny's Auction 05/18/13, DUNCANNON, SAT 2 PM, Quality collectibles, glassware, pottery, coins, costume jewelry, postcards, books, table lamps, quality furniture etc., Rts 11/15 beside Leonard's Oak World between Marysville & Duncannon, Cindy Fenton 05/18/13, LANCASTER, SAT 10 AM, Gun, 1667 Cider Press Rd, John M. Hess Auction Service 05/18/13, LEHIGHTON, SAT 8:30 AM, Antiques, primitives, local bottle & milk bottle collections, Mauch Chunk No.286 RR lantern, blue decorated crocks & other crocks, wooden advertising boxes etc., 163 Grist Mill Rd, Dean R. Arner 05/18/13, SELLERSVILLE, SAT 10 AM, Vintage & modern toys, vintage comic books, vintage Star War Collection, 220 N Main St Suite A, Sellersville Auction LLC 05/19/13, CAMP HILL, SUN 11 AM, Quality Antiques, Lower Allen Plaza 2228 Gettysburg Rd, Costea's Auction Gallery 05/19/13, TYLERSPORT, SUN 11 AM, Antiques, collectibles, John Deere & Farmall tractors, Minivan, 97 Ridge Rd, Rook Gallery Auction 05/20/13, YORK, MON 9 AM, Antiques, furniture, collectibles, glassware, china, tools, costume jewelry, stoneware, two rooms of box lots, Auction Center 240 Hatchery Rd, Toomey Auction Service, Inc. 05/21/13, BOYERTOWN, TUES 4 PM, Antiques, collectibles, WWII Militaria, jewelry, trains, toys, models, Friendship Hook & Ladder Fire Co. Friendship Room 10 Warwick St, A.L.G. Auction Company
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05/21/13, BRISTOL, TUES 4 PM, Quality Antiques including watercolors, paintings, prints, furniture, Asian pottery & porcelain, primitives, gold, sterling & costume jewelry etc., 216 Mill St (rear entrance), Bristol Auction, Inc.
05/25/13, YORK, SAT 9 AM, Toys, collectibles, political buttons, sports memorabilia, glass, early American & European antiques, art nouveau, mid century modern, fine arts etc., York Fairgrounds Pennsylvania Room 334 Carlisle Ave, Keystone Auctions LLC
05/22-23/13, HATFIELD, WED 11 AM THURS 9 AM, 5/22 - book, ephemera, postcard; online only auction bidding closes 3 pm; 5/23 estate auction of antiques & collectibles, 501 Fairgrounds Rd, Alderfer Auction & Appraisal
05/27/13, ANDREAS, MON 9 AM, Hunting, fishing, military, antiques, Andreas Sporting Club 1 Andres Rd, Dean R. Arner
05/22/13, EAST EARL, WED 4 PM, Model Train, Shady Maple Banquet Hall 129 Toddy Dr, Cabin Fever Auctions 05/22/13, NEW HOLLAND, WED 2 PM, Public books & antiques, 5269 Paes Rd, Amos Fisher 05/22/13, POTTSTOWN, WED 10 AM, Mid-Century Decor & Antiques, The Third Street Gallery 132 E Third St, Maurer & Wilson Auctioneers 05/23/13, YORK, THURS 10 AM, Jewelry, dolls, antiques, toys (noon), musical instruments, advertising (1 pm), Winross trucks (1:30 pm), antique furniture (3 pm), York Expo Ctr John & Paige Smith Bldg 334 Carlisle Ave, Rentzels Auction Service Inc. 05/24/13, BANGOR, FRI 10 AM, Box lots (10 am); postcards, antiques, collectibles, quality furniture (1 pm); trains & accessories (4 pm); firearms, decoys, fishing items & accessories, German WWII items (5 pm), 521 Richmond Rd, Hartzell's Auction Gallery Inc. 05/25/13, DENVER, SAT 9 AM, Amphora, coin lots from PA Treasury, art glass, Breininger, walking sticks, signed Adolph Hitler "Mein Kampf", etc., 2000 N Reading Rd, Morphy Auctions
05/27/13, HANOVER, MON 9 AM, Early collectibles, Dubs Church Annex 1958 Dubs Church Rd, Rick Kress 05/27/13, LEESPORT, MON NOON, Stella & Regina music boxes, oak coin operated graphaphone, 9 phonographs, grand oak roller organ, Cowden & Wilcox blue decorated stoneware, Beatty lamps, early wool Indian blanket, lanterns, primitives, antiques, coins, Leesport Farmer's Market Banquet Hall off Rt 61, Kenneth P. Leiby 05/27/13, SELINSGROVE, MON 8 AM, Antiques, collectibles, personal property, Selinsgrove VFW 940 Rt 522, Dockey Auction Services 05/30/13, PHILADELPHIA, THURS 3 PM, Sports memorabilia; estate furnishings (4 pm), Gallery 2501 E Ontario St, Barry S. Slosberg, Inc. Auctioneers & Appraisers 06/01/13, MANHEIM, SAT 9 AM, Catalog unreserved auction including baskets, Redware pottery, Guady Dutch & Guady Ironstone, china, mocha, misc. china & glassware, metalwares, spatterware, stoneware, framed, goods, textiles, furniture etc., 768 Graystone Rd, Conestoga Auction Company, Inc.
05/25/13, HONESDALE, SAT 10 AM, guns, ammunition, furniture, household items, antiques, collectibles, tools, office equipment, 1950 Desoto car, 39 Happy Hollow Ln, John H. Wetmore
06/04/13, GLEN ROCK, TUES 2 PM, Antiques, tools, lawn tractors, snow blowers, mowers, boats, cars, trucks, ATV's etc., 4067 Snyder Rd, Wehrly Auction
05/25/13, ROBESONIA, SAT 9 AM, Blue painted doll cradle, scouring box, apple peeler, boot jack, orange painted foot stool, antique redware, pottery, granite ware, early textiles, quilt tops etc.; furniture Noon, 476 S Church St, Conestoga Auction Company, Inc.
06/05/13, EAST EARL, WED 4 PM, Model Train, Shady Maple Banquet Hall 129 Toddy Dr, Cabin Fever Auctions
05/25/13, SLATE RUN, SAT 1:30 PM, Real Estate, OnSite 200 Schoolhouse Ln, Scott Younkin & Associates
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Coveted Campbell Soup Sign Fetches $60,000 Highlights Posted From Showtime Auction Services’ April Sale A C/B a la Spirite corset display with the original box, original etched and gold leaf on the front of the display case and even a mannequin inside (with a price tag of $1 affixed to the sample corset), sold for $17,100 at a threeday auction held April 12 to 14 by Showtime Auction Services at the Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds in Ann Arbor, Mich. The display measured 23.5 inches by 42 inches by 20 inches, and the mannequin was in very good original condition, except for some minor staining. The lot was typical of many other country store and general store displays that contained actual product, driving up their value and desirability as a collectible. Most of these displays had not been on the market for 30 to 40 years. T h e y came from the collection of the auction’s headlining
were rare and unseen country store and general store displays and products from the Gasperinos. I can’t stress enough the quality of their collection.” The auction featured merchandise from over 30 categories (fairly typical for Showtime Auction Services, which only conducts two Walden Eddy Plows (Greenwich, N.Y.) outdoor sand sign, in auctions a year, spring and very good original condition ($20,520). fall sales that are megaevents). Approximate-ly 2,200 people registered to bid quoted include a buyer’s preonline, via mium of between 14 to 20 w w w . L i v e percent, depending on how Auctioneers. people bid and the method of com and payment. Bronze sculpture by www.iCollec The sale’s top lot was an Egyptian-born Extremely rare Campbell’s Soup embossed tin sign, highly tor.com. There extremely rare Campbell’s American artist sought after by collectors ($60,000). were also over Soup embossed tin sign (“6 Maher Morocos (b. 300 phone Plates for 10 Cents – Just Add 1946), titled “The consignors – Bill and Kathie bids and more Hot Water and Serve”). Only Good Indian” Gasperino, known in antique ($15,960). than 250 Measuring 40 inches by 27.5 circles for having one of the absentee bids inches, it is one of the most finest country store and recorded. sought after advertising signs advertising collections in the Following by advertising and folk art United States. Also offered are additional collectors. Some nail holes was Part 2 of the Robert and h i g h l i g h t s around the perimeter and Harriett Potter firefighting from the auc- light rusting didn’t deter bidcollection and Part 3 of the (Continued on page 14) tion. All prices Ed and Christy Ramsey collection of toys and pedal cars. In all, over 2,400 lots came up for bid in an auction that grossed about 120+ GUNS INCLUDING $2.2 million. 15 WINCHESTER 88s, “It was one of our best 15+ REMINGTON 870s & AMMO spring aucTH tions ever,” 10 A.M. - (8 A.M. PREVIEW) remarked Mike Eckles 1667 CIDER PRESS RD., of Showtime (Right) C/B a la SELLING FOR THE ESTATE OF ROBERT Z. DART JR. & OTHERS A u c t i o n Spirite corset display, having ~ SEE WEBSITE FOR FULL LISTING & PICTURES ~ Services, based original etched and gold leaf in in Woodhaven, front of display case, with manAuctioneers: John M. Hess AU003484L Mich. “Over 500 lots nequin ($17,100).
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Antiques & Collectibles - John Deere & Farmall Tractors - Minivan 1949 Farmall Model A with attachments - runs fine; John Deere LX188 with mower deck; 2000 Dodge Minivan; Mack Fire Truck Collectibles & advertising including 2 Bells; Decorative accessories; Lg. qty. Postcards; Red Riding Hood & other Cookie Jars; Lg. qty. Victorian & other good lighting including Quoizel; Wallace Nutting & other prints, paintings, and frames; Guitars & violin; guns & compound bow with case & arrows; architectural; toys; books & ephemera; advertising; cameras & photos; sterling & silverplate; pottery & glass; cast-iron; Deco and Arts & Crafts items; Orientalia; furniture; box lots. NOTE: 2 auctioneers selling. Preview Sat. 3-5 P.M., Sun. 10 A.M. Absentee bids w/CC. Visit www.rookauctions.com or Auctionzip #1916 for updates and photos. 10% BP. VISA, MC, Cash, or Check.
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PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2013 - 1:30 P.M. OUTSIDE To be held at 4401 Philadelphia Ave, CHAMBERSBURG, PA 17202 4 miles North of Chambersburg, along Rte. 11 @ Kenny’s Auction FURNITURE 9:00 P.M.: Victorian walnut hall tree; marble top walnut washstand; 3 & 5 section barrister bookcases; stencil decorated plank deacons bench; oak hall tree; mahogany leather top claw foot desk; walnut drop leaf table; Cabaret spinet piano; oak gentleman’s chest; hotel washstand; icebox; walnut marble top dresser; set 6 claw foot chairs; 2 door wardrobe; dovetailed box; claw foot table; wood cabinet; treadle sewing machine; Victrola; Queen Anne style sofas; C1900 2 door bookcase; 1930’s Theodore A. Kochs barber shop chair; early rocker. LIGHTING: Slag glass table lamps; cut glass table lamp; glass shade lamps; kerosene lamps; tin hanging lamp; caboose lamp; tin street lamp; all original student lamp; deco lamps; deco air plane lamp - cobalt shade. TOYS: Variety of metal fighter planes - Hubley - Marx, etc.; 40’s metal trucks; Army tanks; variety of hand guns - Sportsman Jr., Big Bill, Dimbo Frontier, Gene Autry; Marx wind-up tractor; Rodeo Joe car; Chelmark Indian car; much more. MISCELLANEOUS 3:30 P.M.: 1890’s high wheel bike; Greensboro blue crock; 18th Century clarinet; early transfer china; 1846 coverlet; 2 papier-mâché pumpkin lanterns; Pen Mar memorium ribbon; 1913 Pen Mar pin; 1872 Dolyes Bitters bottle; crocks & jugs; bayonets; badges; several paintings; pictures; old frames; Santa Clara Indian pottery; J. Robertson painting; early photo album; Roseville vases; Hull; pottery; etc. NOTE: Good sale from several local homes & estates.
OUTSIDE LINE 1:30 P.M.: Usual line of outside items, box lots, etc.
From Lanc., Stay on Rt. 340 2 Mi. Past Intercourse, L on New Holland Road, R on Red Well, R on Deihm, & L on Paes. From Blue Bell take 897 S. off 322. Go to the Top of the Mtn., R on Ranck, L on Sand Mine R on Paes. Day 2 Auction Will Be May 25th Starting at 8:00 A.M. Will Be Selling Construction Equip., Trucks, Trailers, Tractors, Gators, Lawn Equipment, Nursery Stock, Guns, etc. Gigantic Cataloged Book Auction - Over 2,500 Books to be Sold in Over 600 Lots. Plus Antiques, Furniture, & Primitives. Starting at 2:00 P.M. with Books and 3:00 P.M. with Antiques Books for Everyone from the year 2000 Dating Back to the Mid 1800s Include Old Law books, American History Books, Encyclopedias, World Books, Bibles & Christian Books and Literature, Civil War Books, Books on the Titanic, Novels, Wizard of Oz, Mysteries, Early Americans, Animals, Children’s Books, Presidential Books and Others Too Numerous to Mention. Some Examples are Books by Horatio Alger, Tom Swift, Mark Train, William Shakespeare, Walton Boys, Tom Sawyer, Zane Grey, Huckleberry Finn, Danny Orlis, Slim Evans, Roy Rogers, Hardy Boys, Freckles, Nancy Drew, Janette Oak, Bobbsey Twins, Beverly Lewis, etc. Some Popular Names of Books Include Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Black Beauty, Moby Dick and such. Other Old Books Include Billy Whiskers in Aeroplane 1912, History of the World 1887, 1844 German Bible (Owners name in German Cursive), Amish of Kishacoquillas Valley, 1897 Hymnal, History in Prophecy 1915, David Copperfield by Dickens 1800s, Dickens Digest, Waverly by Walter Scott 1829, Journal of Lancaster Historical Society. Early Settlers & Loggers, 1800s School Books, The Adventures of World’s Greatest Detectives 1909, Doctrines & Discipline of United Evangelical Church 1895, Our Homeland and the World, etc. Presidential Books incl. Lincoln & J.F.K. Assassinations plus Books on Nixon & other Presidents. Also Hitler’s Willing Executioners, World War III & Destiny of America, The Christian in Politics 1951, Big Book of Amazing Facts, Guinness World Records, etc. Lg. Amount of Spiritual Books and Bibles including Egermeiers Bible Stories, The Greatest Story Ever Told, Gospel of John 1922, Devotional, Hope of the Nation, Our Christian Heritage, The Walls of Jericho 1947, Two from Galilee and such – Children’s Books incl. Lots of Bible Stories, Little Golden Books, Berenstein Bears, Sweet Valley Twins, Box Car Children, Mother Goose, plus Many, Many More. There are Books on ‘Ringling Bros. Circus, Grand Old Opry, and Sports Books on Cal Ripken, Nolan Ryan, etc. Also Sporting News Newspapers from the 70s. There are Approx. 10 Civil War Books, 3 Titanic Books, 5 Princess Diana Books that are Bigger, Newer & Mostly Hardcover. Also Robert E. Lee, Billy Y ank from Civil War, Norma Schwarzkopf, and Glenn Beck. The List Goes On and On. Also There Is a Framed Birth & Baptism Certificate in German 1858, and Some Civil War Memorabilia. Call 354-4418 or 875-9244 to Make Appointment to Inspect Books and Get Your Catalog. Antiques, Antique Furniture, & Primitives Include: Gruber 2 Horse Wagon Original w/Wooden Wheels & Original Paint – 7’ Ontario Grain Drill w/Steel Wheels, Long Tongue & Wood Double Tree – Original 4’x5’ 2-Hole Outhouse w/Clean Out Lid in Back - Over 40 Pcs. Antique Furniture Includes Tiger Maple Washstand - 1800s Empire Bureau - Early 5’ Wall Cabinet - Early Oak Bookcase w/Door - Side-by-Side Desk Bookcase - 6 Board Blanket Chest w/Tail & 2 Bottom Drawers - Ball & Claw Extension Table w/6 Chairs - Mahogany Server w/Line Inlay - Early Wall Cupboard - Oak East Lake Style Cupboard - Unique Oak Blanket Chest w/1949 in Front - McDougall Hoosier Style Cabinet (Rough Shape Out of Old Barn) - Mahogany Wall Game Table - Walnut Hall Seat - Spindle Rocking Cradle - Early Settee...Old Treadle Sewing Machine (New Home Brand) in Cab - Victorian Chairs & Rockers - Old Wooden Adult Potty Chair - Old Panel Bed - Variety of Other Vanities, Washstands, Dressers, Chest of Drawers, Nightstands, and Occasional Tables in Variety of Wood - Child’s School Desk w/Attached Swivel Chair - Small Spool Table - Smokestand – Tressle Table Plus Variety of Other Tables - Refractory Table - 2 Old Weight Driven Wall Clocks - Birch Suitcase Victrola - Vogue R721 Record - Large Amount of 78 Records - Cuckoo Clock - Old Ptd. Milk Cans - Old Scooter Wagon - 4 Old Benches - Wooden Wheelbarrow - Single & Dou Trees - 10 Hole Chicken Nest - Sausage Stuffer - Straw Cutter - Bissell’s Wooden Hand Vacuum - Wooden Pulleys & Levels and Other Old Tools - Min Gas Pump Cabinet - Diamond Dyes Cabinet - Rts. 66 Sign - 2 Dazey Glass Churns - Cast-Iron Animals - Deere & Co. Print w/2 Cows & Mfg. of Plows - Reproduced Rocking Horse - Horses on Wheels & Much More Newer Furniture Includes: New Local Made Dining Room Set - Oval Oak Table w/2 Leafs & 6 Padded Chairs & 60” Automatic Touch Light Lane Hutch w/Beveled Glass - 5 Stained Kirkwood Chair Shop Chairs - Deacon Bench w/Storage - 2 Quilt Racks - 2 Primitive Look Hall Benches. Announcements Auction Day Take Precedence Over Previous Ads. Will Have 1 Auctioneer Selling Books & 1 On Antiques. Book and Antique Enthusiasts Should Not Miss This Sale.
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Selling For: Grant Shadle & Others
Bellingham Bay reverse glass sign in original frame, 19.5 inches in diameter ($31,200).
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Cordier Posts Highlights From Firearms & Militaria Auction Pa. Prices realized do not include the buyer’s premium (10 to 15 percent). The Sunday sale
Top lots include an inscribed Civil War revolver and a WW II pistol
and was attrib- down at $650, while two uted to Smith & Wesson Model of Francis H. 1917 revolvers sold for $600 A Colt Model 1911A1 Little, who was and $750 each. Military long arms conPistol - .45 ACP went a major with the 11th tinued to remain popular. A for $3,000. Regiment of nice example of the M-1 began with the Georgia Volunteer Garand from Springfield antique handguns. A Civil War Infantry Confederate officerinscribed 1851 Navy revolver generated strong interest, with a bidder from the Internet seeA Colt Model 1911A1 Pistol ing success with a winning .45 ACP hammered down at bid of $4,750. The revolver $2,100. was built in the second year of production (1851). The from July Armory realized $1,000, brass tang at the back of the 11 to while the same model manurevolver’s grip was inscribed November factured by Winchester ham“F.H. Little 11th GA. V.I.” 8, 1862, at mered down at $1,200, both which time above estimate. A Remington he was pro- 1903-A3 rifle brought $600 on an estimate of $400 to moted to colonel. In the military handgun $700, while a US Springfield group, a group of World War Model 1898 in .30-40 Krag I and World War II era pistols sold at its high estimate of from a private collection saw $700. An Enfield Jungle strong results. A Colt 1911A1 Carbine and a German GEW manufactured in 1941 ham- 98 Mauser rifle hammered mered down at $3,000, while down above their estimates A Civil War Confederate officer-inscribed 1851 Navy another made in 1942 real- and sold for $700 each. Revolver brought in $4,750. ized $2,100. Versions of this pistol made by Ithaca and Remington Rand brought $1,200 each. Additionally, World War I Colt 1911 pistols BASEBALL COLLECTIBLES! saw healthy prices, as For over 30 years no one has consistently helped more sellers realize more money for six pistols built their quality BASEBALL MATERIAL than Robert Edward Auctions. Offering an unparalleled tradition of integrity, knowledge, and professionalism, and an extraordinary between 1917 and national client base. 1919 realized We specialize in the very best in BASEBALL COLLECTIBLES. If you don’t check with us $1,000 to $1,500 before selling – you won’t know what the market will bear. Let us tell you what we each. A German Pthink of your baseball collectibles. 38 with one magaDan Wesson 2nd Amendment We offer complete auction services, as well as free appraisals and comprehensive inforzine hammered A Commemorative Revolver sold for $1,500.
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Collectible firearms were a highlight, featuring commemoratives from Colt and Dan Wesson. A General George Patton Colt 1911A1 commemorative pistol in display case sold to an Internet bidder for $1,400. A Second Amendment Commemorative revolver made by Dan Wesson also went to a bidder from the Internet, hammering down right at its high estimate of
$1,500. This revolver was presented in .44 magnum and featured gold plated metal components and its own display case, highlighting the 2nd Amendment phrase, “The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be (Continued on page 16)
A U.S. Army 1832 Artillery Waist Belt realized $500.
PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, MAY 18TH AT 10 A.M. PREVIEW AT 9 A.M. 459 Warren Street,
EDGEWATER PARK, NJ 08010 Lots Of Antique Collectables And Household Items, Jewelry, Postcards, Coins, Sterling, Depression Glass And Much, Much More … See www. Auctionzip.com #10488 For Complete Listing And Photos We Accept Phone And Left Bids … 10% Buyer’s Premium …
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Gallery Auction THURSDAY, MAY 30TH, 2013 2501 E. Ontario Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19134 Sports Memorabilia & Estate Furnishings Sports Memorabilia at 3 P.M. - 1990’s & 2000’s Scranton Wilkes-Barre Red Barons (Philadelphia Phillies AAA minor league team) game used/issued & signed apparel & equipment, team signed baseballs & locker nameplates (from the living estate of a retired longtime employee of the Red Barons); Hall of Famer signed baseballs, bats & photos to include: 500 HR, Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Cool Popa Bell, & others; Los Angeles Lakers team & other signed basketballs; Sports Impressions, Salvino & other signed & unsigned figures; 1920’s-1970’s ephemera to include: Magazines, books, schedules & other items; 1980’s-1990’s unopened sports cards & sets; SAM, Inc., & other contemporary bobble head dolls & figures; vintage & contemporary tennis memorabilia; more!!! Estate Furnishings at 4 P.M. - Wedgwood & other fine china; Fenton & other quality glassware; costume jewelry; vintage toys; ephemera; paintings & graphics; mahogany & other dining room & bedroom sets & pieces; Eames style recliner w/ottoman; books; housewares; more!!!
Inspection: 1 P.M. day of sale.
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SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013
10 A.M. (PREVIEW 9 A.M.) 402 FULTON STREET
SELLING FOR THE ESTATE OF E. MILES BROWN: The Following Will Be Sold: Early Walnut 6 Drawer High Chest w/ Bracket Feet, Walnut Bonnet Chest With Brass Key Keepers And Pulls, Fancy Carved Victorian Horsehair Settee, Sleigh Bed, Empire 2 Drawer Drop Leaf Sewing Stand, Carved Walnut Library Desk, 2 Ornate High Back Rope Turned And Lattice Chairs, Swan Rocker, Victorian Bookcase, JB Van Sciver Cherry Dining Room Suite - Drop Leaf Table - 6 Rush Bottom Chairs & Breakfront, Upright Piano, Retirement Chair From Harvard University, Stenciled Potty Chair, Oil On Canvas Portraits, White Provincial Bedroom Set, Open Armchair, Misc. China & Glassware (German - Limoges - Milk Glass & Hand Painted), Fur Hats - Muffs & Pelts, Linens And Quilts, Old Books, Blue EZ Up Chair, Treadmill, Exercise Bike, Arts - Crafts & Sewing Notions, Jeweler’s Lathe, Small Craftsman Welder, Misc. Hand Tools. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Be On Time, This Will Not Be A Long Sale. Visa, MC, Discover, Cash, 5% Charge On All Credit Cards. Check With Bank Letter Of Credit. No Buyer’s Premium.
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A General Patton Tribute Colt 1911A1 Pistol realized $1,400.
A rare Confederate officer-inscribed Civil War revolver realized $4,750 and a World War II Colt 1911A1 pistol saw $3,000 in Cordier Auction’s Firearms & Militaria auction held on March 24, 2013. Approximately 164 bidders were registered in the room. Additionally, more than 1,150 bidders were preregistered to bid via the Internet. Prices were strong in the sale, which featured 300 lots in categories including Antique & Modern Firearms, Collectible & Military Firearms, Edged Weapons and other Military collectibles. The auction was held in Cordier Auctions’ salesroom, located at 1500 Paxton Street in Harrisburg,
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Over 100 Pieces of Amphora
Over 100 Coin Lots from PA Treasury
Antonius Stradivarius Paul Safran & Son Steuben
Over 100 Pieces of Art Glass
1796 - Pennington Family Over 100 Pieces of Breininger
Signed Adolph Hitler “Mein Kampf ”
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Regina Double Comb Music
Black Forest Items
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near mint in the box, 9.5 inches tall ($3,600).
reproduction top sign (â€œTry Our Oystersâ€?), professionally restored by Peter Warns, whose grandfather was a repairman at NCR when the brass machines were first made, rose to $6,600. A bronze sculpture by the Egyptian-born American artist Maher Morocos (b. 1946), one of only 20 cast, changed hands for $15,960. The sculpture, 34 inches tall, depicted an American Indian brave leaning down from his horse and handing a canteen to a wounded, thirsty cowboy. Titled â€œThe Only Good Indian,â€? it was designed as a 73rd birthday present for President Ronald Reagan. An authentic Sioux Native American beaded baby cradle in a geometric pattern, made circa 1890 from sinew, sewn supple cowhide, 21 inches tall, garnered $7,500; a circa 1930s Steelcraft Auburn Super Charge pedal car, fully restored, with pneu-
be held Oct. 3 to 5, also at the Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds in Ann Arbor. It will feature the lifetime advertising collection of Don and Diane Sayrizi, plus consignments from over 100
VINTAGE & MODERN TOY AUCTION Saturday, May 18th, 2013 at 10 A.M. Preview Day of Sale 8 A.M.-10 A.M. 220 N. Main Street, Suite A,
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For Full Listing & Photos Visit www.SellersvilleAuction.com For Questions Call 855-765-3001 Large Vtg. Star Wars Collection incl. over 80 Figures Mint in Package. Many 12 & 21 Back Figures MOC. ESB & ROTJ Figures MOC w/Droids & Ewoks. Early Bird Kit w/Sealed Figures. C-3PO Cereal Boxes, Sideshow Jabba & Throne. Mixed Vtg. Toys Including Voltron, Buck Rogers, Star Trek the Movie, A-Team, Dukes of Hazzard & Black Hole MIP. Star Trek & James Bond Die-Cast MIB. D&D, Germs, Major Matt Mason, Vtg. G.I. Joe, Windups, Transformers w/Comp. Jetfire in Box. Large Vtg. Collector Drinking Glass Collection. Lots of LEGO w/Sealed/ Complete in Box Play Sets & Vintage Loose Sets. Video Games w/ N64, Sega Saturn, Neo-Geo, Dreamcast, Game Cube & More. Vtg. Space Models Sealed w/Pro Painted Aurora & Monogram Character Models. Vtg. Comic Books incl. Hulk 180 & 181 w/Amazing Spiderman 129. Modern Toys MIP w/Jurassic Park, Simpsons, Pokemon, Toy Story & More! Terms: 13% Buyerâ€™s Premium w/3% Discount for Cash/Check. Sellersville Auction LLC (AH0011943)
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DOORS OPEN 2:15 P.M. OLD-FASHIONED DOLLAR AUCTION SALE BEGINS AT 2:45 P.M. MAIN SALE 4:00 P.M. Circa 1890 authentic Sioux Native American beaded baby cradle in geometric pattern ($7,500).
advanced collectors, in the many categories that have made Showtime Auction Services renowned in the industry. These include petroliana (gas station) and automobilia, general store, country store, toys, pedal cars, barber shop, tobacciana, fireNational Cash Register Model 442-E-L, with origi- fighting antiques and memonal goose neck lights, profes- rabilia, veterinary, hardware, advertising signs, sionally restored ($6,600). store tins, soda fountain,
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Coca-Cola, Western, Native American, farm signs, whiskey, breweriana, match safes, drugstore, saloon, post office, coin-op, arcade, scales, gambling, cash registers, folk art, department store, millinery, showcases and store fixtures. Showtime Auction Services is always accepting quality items for future sales. To consign an item, an estate or an entire collection, interested individuals may call Michael Eckles at (951) 4532415 or email him at MikEckles@aol.com. To learn more about Showtime Auction Services and the upcoming October auction, log on to www.ShowtimeAuctions. com. Updates are posted often.
matic tires, 55 inches long, sped off for $4,560; and a J. ated gum vendor, made circa Chein Popeye bag puncher 1902 and in good original tin toy, near mint in the box, condition, hammered for hit $3,600. $28,500; and a S h o w t i m e National Cash Auction Servicesâ€™ Register Model next big auction will 442-E-L cash Popeye bag puncher tin register toy No. 255 by J. Chein, with
Showtime Auction ders, who drove the final price to $60,000. Following close behind, at $57,000, was a 1917 La France automatic aerial ladder truck, professionally restored and in excellent running condition. â€œIn our opinion, this is the finest hook and ladder fire truck ever offered at auction,â€? Mr. Eckles said. The truck (Reg. #352) came with a period braided life net and equipment, and printed on the side was â€œMartinâ€™s Ferry Hook & Ladder.â€? A Bellingham Bay Beer reverse glass sign in the original frame, in mostly excellent condition and 19.5 inches in diameter, soared to $31,200; an outdoor sand sign for Walden Eddy Plows (Greenwich, N.Y.), in very good condition, 59 inches by 24 inches, brought $20,520; and a rare Kelly Tire round tin sign in good original condition, 24 inches in diameter, made $17,100. â€œThe Happy Japâ€? coinoper-
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SEEKING VINTAGE SPORTS CARDS AND MEMORABILIA
3rd Auction for Judy Marquet
MEMORIAL DAY AUCTION *Sale on Behalf of Judy Marquet and Others*
HANOVER, PA 17350 MON., MAY 27TH, 2013 9:00 A.M.
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HUNTING • FISHING • MILITARY • ANTIQUES MONDAY, MAY 27TH, 2013 AT 9:00 A.M.
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FORSYTHES’ ANTIQUES AUCTION SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013, 2:00 P.M. Located at the Holiday Inn, 4501 Eastgate Blvd., CINCINNATI, OHIO 45245 Exit 63B off I-275 to East on 32 to Eastgate Blvd. Civil War & Related Items
This auction includes items from a Warren County, Ohio 50 year collection and other estates.
EARLY & PERIOD ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Rare early paint decorated blanket chest w/tobacco leaves; Federal period Philadelphia card table from the Boscobel house; Samuel McIntire attribution period shield back side chair, circa 1790; set of 4 period cherry Queen Anne chairs w/cabriole legs; period Hepplewhite inlaid American game table; period Queen Anne drop leaf table, circa 1760; American period Federal carved chair; period carved and inlaid Sheraton game table; early southern cherry sugar chest; early cherry punch tin pie safe; period Queen Anne chair w/old red and yellow paint; early walnut inlaid dovetailed blanket chest; tiger maple Sheraton chest; curly maple 1-drawer Sheraton stand; Federal tiger maple tilttop stand; figured maple 4-drawer chest; Shaker cherry worktable; Shaker arm rocker; Shaker walnut trundle bed; etc. EARLY SMALLS, FOLK ART & MISC. ITEMS: Outstanding 1820’s New York weathervane w/arrows; early American wood carved eagle, circa 1820; period inlaid Federal mirror w/carved gilt eagle; early American carved dough bowl w/old red paint; small early paint decorated tabletop desk; grain painted document box; carved wood feather board in old red paint w/horse; Pennsylvania folk art 1845 fraktur birth announcement; early Pennsylvania watercolor fraktur, signed and dated 1833 watercolor of gentleman; early wood and tin candle hanging light; folk art carved head; several folk art carved figures; folk art carved walking sticks; early folk art wire bull; hooked rug w/eagle; large early American pewter and wood Folk Art Painting of candle mold; early wood jumper carousel horse; Shaker hand mirror; early iron lock; Blue Decorated Stoneware including McCarthey, Maysville, Boy with Piglets Kentucky, blue decorated canning jar; McCarthey, Maysville, Kentucky blue decorated stenciled jar; blue decorated stoneware jar with lid; Cowden & Wilcox blue decorated stoneware milk pan; blue and gray decorated stoneware vase; etc.; small early sandstone trough; early bottles; early American glass; Pittsburgh glass; pair of Queen Anne candlesticks; several pieces of Chinese export porcelain; Chinese canton pieces; 13-piece set of stick spatterware from Barry family of Adams County, Ohio; Early Woodworking Tools including rare Toledo gravity level; outstanding inlaid miniature table saw; Beaver Hudson wood jigsaw; brass wood plane; early molding planes; etc.; early New York Fireman’s Helmet w/Eagle; Richard Patten New York brass survey transit; brass Gurley compass; railroad conductor’s lantern; Patent Model of Horse Drawn Planter; etc. QUILTS & TEXTILES: Several early handmade quilts including early Star quilt; early Log Cabin; New Vienna, Ohio patchwork quilt; early 2sided Log Cabin quilt, found in Ripley, Ohio; pair of appliqué quilts; folk art bed cover dated 1905; early embroidered bed cover on homespun; crocheted scarf with needlepoint stag; etc. ARTWORK & PAINTINGS: Including Levi Wells Prentice (New York); Arthur B. Davies (New York/California); Frank Duveneck (Ohio); Peter Hurd (New Mexico/Pennsylvania); Edgar Longstaffe (Britain); Giuseppe Caselli (Italy); Martin B. Leisser (Pennsylvania/California); Johannes H.B. Koekkoek (Dutch); Melbourne Hardwick (Massachusetts); Keist Vukovic (Czech); Caroline Williams (Ohio); Charles Meurer (Ohio); Jimmie O. Levi Wells Prentice Oil Painting Gillespie (Ohio); Aileen F. McCarthy (Ohio); Elmer A. Stephan (Pennsylvania); Philip Kilner (Britain); Frederick Leonard King (Massachusetts); signed Margo Hoff w.c.; Manner of Severin Roesen still life; folk art painting of boy w/piglets; early portrait paintings; Thomas Hart Benton pencil signed lithographs; Ellsworth Woodward (New Orleans) etching; three E.T. Hurley etchings; etc. BRONZE SCULPTURES AND REGINA MUSIC BOX: Including Cyrus Edwin Dallin (American) bronze sculpture titled “Appeal to the Great Spirit”; bronze sculpture of the Spinario; Frank Luis Jirouch (Ohio) bronze plaque; fine Regina 11” music box in oak case. TOYS & CHILDREN’S ITEMS: Including early wood child’s rocking horse; early child’s wagon marked “Daisy”; Buddy L pressed steel fire truck; Keystone pressed steel dump truck; Hubley “Huber” cast iron steam roller; Schoenhut wooden hippo; AMF Dr. Pepper pedal car; Champion jet flow pedal car; etc. COUNTRY STORE & ADVERTISING ITEMS: Including early jeweler’s trade sign in form of pocket watch from Germantown, Ohio; early Weber Wagon sign; country store tea bin; early school crossing figural sign; early wooden Withamsville, Ohio, post office sign; early wooden Franklin, Ohio, water pump; Simone Frevalles Dans La Malibran poster; etc. LAMPS: Including three Astral lamps with prisms; unusual clear glass oil lamp; double student lamp; pair of fine Victorian cut glass banquet lamps; Victorian art glass banquet lamp. ORIENTAL RUGS: Several old hand-tied Oriental rugs including room size Serapi; early room size Oriental rug; several other hand tied Oriental Peter Hurd Mixed Media Painting rugs; etc. FIREARMS, CIVIL WAR, WORLD WAR I & II, HISTORICAL & RELATED ITEMS: Including rare Jacob Metzger full stock curly maple Flintlock rifle w/carved stock and brass patchbox and work; H. Brown, Dayton, Ohio full stock curly maple percussion rifle; 1850’s historical desk of Captain Kimball Harlow; early copy photo of CSA soldier; Civil War photographs; Civil War cavalry saddle; Gettysburg folk art cane; 44-star U.S. flag; 13-Star banner; U.S. and Japanese officer’s swords; painted German WWI helmet; Prussian WWI lobster tail helmet; Third Reich helmet; Third Reich medals and photographs; WWI & WWII id’d medals; WWI id’d scrapbook; WWI diary; WWII fighter pilot archive of Capt. R.J. Duffield; WWII archive of Sgt. A. Bobinger; WWII archive of R.E. Hoover torpedo plane pilot; etc. EPHEMERA, MAPS, PHOTOGRAPHY, STEREOVIEWS & RELATED ITEMS: Including S.B. Munson 1845 U.S. wall map; daguerreotypes of paintings; several groups of stereoviews including Waynesville, Ohio; western scenes; etc.; albumen photos of N.L. Stebbins; Cincinnati Sanborn city maps; early Cincinnati photos; early Cincinnati hand colored prints; John Penn 1766 land survey document; etc. AUCTIONEERS’ NOTE: This will be a quality antique auction with many rare and period items. TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cash, check, Visa & MasterCard w/proper ID. 15% Buyer’s Premium. 3% convenience fee for credit card. Absentee & phone bids accepted. PREVIEW: Due to availability of banquet room preview is 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M., Saturday, day of auction. Frank Duveneck Attribution Oil Painting
Early Paint Decorated Blanket Chest w/Tobacco Leaves
Cyrus Edwin Dallin Bronze Sculpture
Thomas Hart Benton Signed Lithographs
Early Portrait Painting
Shaker Work Stand
Period Samuel McIntire Attribution Chair
Set of Four Period Queen Anne Chairs Oriental Rugs Jacob Metzger Full Stock Rifle
Period Mirror with Eagle
Period Philadelphia Card Table from Boscobel House Early Woodworking Tools
Advertising Items & Fireman’s Helmet
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Early Frakturs & Watercolors
Outstanding 1820’s New York Weathervane
Cordier Auction (Continued from page 12)
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shotgun in 28 gauge, which sold right at the high estimate of $800. A Winchester 1884 realized $700, while an 1886 model hammered down at $850. A Browning A-bolt Bighorn Sheep rifle also sold right at the high estimate of $1,200, while a nice Winchester Model 70 in .458 Winchester magnum realized $1,000. Military collectibles included items from pre-Civil War through the Vietnam Era. A U.S. Army 1832 artillery waist belt realized $500, while a World War II era
infringed.” A Ruger/Lyman 1878 Centennial rifle in display case with collectible accessories hammered down at $2,100, while a Winchester Model 9422 Boy Scouts of America 75th Anniversary Commemorative sold above estimate for $1,000. Prices were strong among modern handguns. A Colt DiamondBack revolver with a four-inch barrel realized $850, while an FNH Hipower pistol in 9mm went for A Ned Smith print, “Waiting for Dawn,” hammered down at $700. A $850. Walther the room stepped up to obtain saw $300. PPK/S The Edged Weapon a Nazi Army dagger with its in .22 category saw aggres- scabbard and portepee, which caliber saw spiritsive bidding from the realized $375. ed bidding and hamOther highlighted items Internet. Highlights mered down above were a relic included a miniature photo of estimate at $850. A Confederate sword from Abraham Lincoln that realSmith & Wesson Model 53 A 19th Century Artillery Powder Horn the Shiloh battlefield and sev- ized $225 and a bronze, after revolver in the rare .22 Jet Gunner’s eral Nazi daggers. The Frederic Remington, which caliber with a monstrous 8- brought in $375. 3/8” barrel brought $950, Hamilton Navigation Master Confederate sword was sold for $325. Numerous Ned mounted on a piece of rough- Smith prints were offered, while a new-in-box Colt pockcut lumber and hammered selling for $60 to $140. 1911, representing a reprodown at $425, well above However, a surprise came duction version of the World estimate. Two unit marked when a print titled “Waiting War I pistol, hammered down Nazi Police dress daggers for Dawn” crossed the block at $1,000. Both were above and sold to a bidder in estimate. The diamond in the the room for $850. rough for this category was a Cordier’s next Smith & Wesson Pre-War Kit Firearms and Militaria Gun revolver in .22 caliber auction is set for the made just prior to World War A Nazi Army Dagger with Scabbard and Portepee sold for $375. summer at their auction II. This handgun was a 5facility in Harrisburg. screw version of an early et watch sold for including w i t h Consignments, Smith & Wesson revolver. $450, both above scabbards sold for antique and modern firearms, After an aggressive bidding estimate. A 19th century session between two bidders gunner’s powder horn ham- $600 and $375, while a World edged weapons and military in the room, the piece mered down within esti- War II era Chinese Nationalist collectibles, are currently A i r f o r c e being accepted. finally hamInformation on Cordier dagger mered down worn dur- Auctions & Appraisals can be at $1,200, found at well above the A Nazi Unit Marked Police Dress Dagger went for $600. www.CordierAuction.com. estimate of $300 to Questions can be directed to $500. Auctions & ing the Sino- Cordier Highlights from Japanese war of Appraisals at auctions@ the long gun category included a beautiful H&R mate at $375, while a Civil 1937-1945 sold above esti- cordierantiques.com or by Small Bore Double Hammer War artillery gunner’s pouch mate for $425. A bidder from calling 717-731-8662.
TCA TRAIN AUCTIONS Shady Maple Banquet Hall 129 Toddy Drive,
EAST EARL, PA 17519 WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2013 AUCTION BEGINS AT 4:00 P.M. Preview: 2-4 P.M. On Auction Day
375 Lots Of Postwar Lionel, Many Pieces In Original Boxes: Engines, Rolling Stock & Accessories Model train enthusiasts looking for engines, cars, track and accessories will find hundreds of treasures - many in their original packages. The sale is being held for the Train Collectors Association whose national headquarters and museum are in nearby Strasburg. Items for sale are excess to the TCA’s collections. All the trains were either bought by the museum or donated to it. Most of the trains are from the Postwar era, manufactured between 1945 and 1969. Check Website For Photos
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5TH, 2013 AUCTION BEGINS AT 4:00 P.M. Preview: 2-4 P.M. On Auction Day
MIXED TRAINS 100s OF LOTS Mixed Trains with N, HO, O and standard gauge equipment, Lionel plus other brands, and representatives from Prewar, Postwar and Modern eras. Check Website For Photos
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MID-CENTURY DECOR AND ANTIQUES AUCTION HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD FURNITURE 10 A.M.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22ND At The Third Street Gallery
132 East Third Street, HEYWOOD-WAKEFIELD FURNITURE: In room
settings purchased and placed in 1952 when housekeeping was established and responsibly maintained since that time. All in original Champagne finish: Six piece Bedroom suite with vanity, high and low chests. Eight piece Dining Room suite plus Living Room chairs and cocktail tables. Large 10 piece walnut dining set. Claw foot secretary desk. Oak bowfront china closet. Oak Hoosier cabinets, etc. Beadboard base cabinet. Five semi-antique throw rugs. Room size Karastan among others. Victorian whatnot shelf. Mortised footstool. Small ‘rent’ table. Claw foot end tables. Sewing stands. 1952 Featherlite sewing machine. Eagle inlaid blanket chest. Cheval mirror. Poster bed. Pair of 4x5 iron window grates. 10 ft. Craftsman handrail from Forrester Shoe store c.1900. Shoemaking tools and displays. Press w/flywheel cast-iron cyclone signed DH Potts, Lancaster. Fairbanks scale. 14” mounted pulley. Trumpet jack. Marble top and porcelain counter sinks. Antique chain and cable. Pair 18 lb. Industrial hooks. 4 ft. bolt. Brass fan. 7 ft. garden trellis in iron. Swiss nautical crest “The Ribble.” Lucite shelf. Fairmount Park bench standards, 1922. Oak wine barrels. Jail house art “The Fox.” Hunter fan on tripod yolk. Rabbit ears. Lawn jockey. Vintage lamps, clocks and pottery, decorative accessories. Large, green Industrial Pottery lamp marked “Royal Lancastrian.” Stiffel lamps. Leaded glass chandelier. Slide chain chandelier. Buffet lamps. Dozen Longaberger® baskets. Coffee mill. Stieff and Old World pewter. 100 pcs. assorted metalwares of a utilitarian nature. Crocks & jugs. Oil lamps. Linens. GLASS & CHINA: Fish plates by Johnson Bros. Pitcher & bowl w/bird decoration. Fox handle Rockingham glaze pitcher. Ironstone, Delft, Chelsea, copper lustre. Staffordshire Spaniel. Set of Poppy Trail dishes. Jadeite. Heisey creamer. Silver overlay, Pink, amber, ruby & Lion glass. Perfume Bottle Collection: Art Deco, etc. Marquay minis, atomizers, Czech glass, Devilbiss. Selection of costume jewelry. Watches. Medals of Presidents. 10 pen sets: Cross, Parker, Shaffer. 60 mechanical pencils. Speedball pens Bradley & Hubbard Pen Tray. Meerschaum pipe. COINS: Russian gold piece among other foreign coins.
Interesting selection of paper Ephemera & magazines. Dent toy catalogs, Wrigley’s adv. RR photos & souvenirs. Aircraft gun pamphlet #826. 1930’s The Monograph series. German diaries & journals c.1800’s. 1914 Penn State commencement program. Album of Pottstown billheads, etc. Dodge Bros. style sign. NASCAR lit. 100+ Tobacco Cards. Postcards. Old books. 1939 Wizard of Oz books. Pair of A. Montgomery 1907 Prints. O/C portraits. Gibson print. Loco & ship drawings. Art prints & etchings.
TOYS: Marx steam engine with woodworking machine shop accessories. Slik toy tractor, OB. Pinocchio litho. Asst. Noah’s Arks. Baseball game signed Mickey Vernon. Winning marbles, c.1940. Three Big bags of marbles. Model car kits. Clockwork pond boat “Subchaser.” Mickey rotary phone. 17 Football & Baseball game Jerseys. Crawford Baseball Bat & Books. Paw foot projector. B&L microscope. 10¢ postage machine. P&R RR lantern. “Manz Beer” sign in brass. 10:30 A.M. IN THE SHOWROOM: 30 Cases of die-cast Gas Station Trucks to include two dozen Sunoco safari trucks, Burago cars, Nylint trucks, Tonka, Ertl, Texaco, American Muscle. Corgi & N2G Construction Toys. 1990’s Hess Trucks. PREVIEW: Tues., May 21st from 4 P.M.-6 P.M. & from 8 A.M. day of auction. All items as is, where is. 10% Buyer’s Premium. Cash or approved check. (AY001999)
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THURSDAY, MAY 16TH AT 5:03 P.M. - 8000 Esham Road, PARSONSBURG, MD A L L I T E M S S O L D A B S O LU T E W I T H N O M I N I M U M A N D N O R E S E RV E ! ! ! OUTSTANDING SELECTION OF 559+ LOTS OF US COINAGE INCLUDING 8 GOLD COINS, APPROX. 200 MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS (12 ARE CARSON CITY), 40 PEACE DOLLARS, TRADE DOLLARS, HALF DOLLARS, SILVER QUARTERS, 20 CENT PIECES, DIMES, HALF DIMES, NICKELS, 3 CENT PCS., 2 CENT, LG. CENTS, PROOF & COMMEMORATIVE SETS & MUCH MORE. Coins: (5:03 P.M.): Outstanding Selection of 559+ Lots of US Coinage. Full Catalog & Photos available now on Auction Co. Website! ONLINE BIDDING AVAILABLE VIA PROXIBID. Can be accessed through our Website! Terms Personal Property: Cash Or Approved Check Day of sale. Visa/MC/Amex/Discover. 13% Buyer’s Premium. 3% Discount for cash or check. Everything Sold “As Is” with no warranties of any kind. Auction conducted inside of our 10,000 Sq. Ft. facility. Seating provided. Preview: Day of the Auction. 3-5 P.M.
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FRIDAY, MAY 17TH AT 4:47 P.M. - 8000 Esham Road, PARSONSBURG, MD (3) HENRY PROGAR OIL PAINTINGS, PERIOD FURNITURE, SLIP DECORATED REDWARE, QUALITY DECOYS, HENKEL HARRIS FURNITURE, QUALITY SELECTION OF ARTWORK, ANTIQUE FURNITURE, PRIMITIVES, STEUBEN GLASS, CORNER CABINET, 25+ BLUE AND GREY STONEWARE CROCKS & MORE! seat spindle back chairs, antique Pine farm table, antique Oak rolltop desk, oak Captain’s chair, Oak coffee table, White upholstered three cushion sofa, Martha Washington style open armchair, antique Oak single drawer two door washstand, (2) Pine two door cabinet, Pine Ogee mirror, stretcher base bench, gossip bench, several Chinese wool Pile area rugs and more. Decoys: Exquisite Currituck Sound North Carolina high head Tundra Swan circa 1900, Pr. of 1967 Dan Brown miniature Pintails, Dan Brown 1967 Lesser Scaup, Hollow Body Canadian Goose by Cork McGee, Chincoteague, VA, Cigar Daisey Bufflehead drake, Miles Hancock black duck Circa 1960, very unique carved turtle decoy, carved swan by David Justice, Early Mason’s Factory Bluebill Scaup, Ira Hudson Pintail drake (repaired), Pr. of Madison Mitchell rig mate Widgeon, Pr. of Madison Mitchell rig mate blackheads, Madison Mitchell Bluebill, Canadian Goldeneye by George Webb, Doug Jeter Bluebill, Several hand-carved decoys by Beau Nelson to include: Incredible 24” Red Tailed Hawk on pedestal, Sparrow Hawk, Red Breasted Merganser, Ivory Billed Woodpecker, Gold Finch and others - Mallard Hen by Hai Feng Ma, Pr. of painted Whydah by Ha Feng Ma, Patrick Vincenti canvasback drake decoy, Harry Jobes Black Duck, Wood duck by Hitchens, canvasback hen decoy, Great Blue Herron by R. Birch. Henry Progar Oil Paintings (7 P.M.): “Cornstalks & Blackbirds” oil on artist composition, titled & signed by Henry Progar (20x24), “Country Road” oil on artist composition by Henry Progar dated 1962 (10x18), “White Boat on Pond” oil on artist composition by Henry Progar (10x24). Artwork (7:30 P.M.): “The Decoys of Lem and Steve Ward” by Paul Shertz S/N by Paul and Lem Ward, several orig. geese sketches by Art Lamay, “The Mamie Master” lg. framed sailing ship print S/N Turnbaugh 317/475, Lg. framed print of Canvasback in flight S/N Jom Foote 466/500 w/Remarque, framed sailing ship print S/N John Moll 167/400, “White Boats” framed print S/N Keith Whitelock 78/500, (3) Artist proof bird prints by John Taylor, Very Nice selection of custom framed enlarged local postcards, please view website for photos. Terms Personal Property: Cash Or Approved Check Day of sale. Visa/MC/Amex/Discover. 13% Buyer’s Premium. 3% Discount for cash or check. Everything Sold “As Is” with no warranties of any kind. Auction conducted inside of 10,000 Sq. Ft. facility. Some seating provided. Food served by Station 7 Restaurant of Pittsville. Preview: Day of the Auction. 12 Noon - 4 P.M. View Website for More Info., Terms, Pictures, Online Catalog & Bidding!
Allen & Marshall
Auctioneers and Appraisers, LLC “The Auction Experts” Auctioneer - Dave Allen, 410-835-0384
Auctioneer’s Note: This will be a completely cataloged auction sale with nothing but quality merchandise. One of the best all around estate sales we have ever held. We can promise you will not want to miss this auction. Please note this is a cataloged sale so all times are approximate. Make sure you are on time!!! ONLINE BIDDING AVAILABLE VIA PROXIBID. Directions: Our Auction Facility is located in Parsonsburg on the Eastern Shore of Maryland Approx. 100 Miles north of Norfolk, VA, 55 Miles South of Dover, DE, 100 East of Washington, DC and 18 miles West of Ocean City, MD. At the intersection of Rt. 50 and the Rt. 13 Bypass merge onto Rt. 50 East towards Ocean City and follow for 3.9 miles to the intersection of Rt. 50 & Forest Grove Rd. Turn North (left) onto Forest Grove Rd. and follow for 0.5 miles to Old Ocean City Rd. Right onto Old O.C. Rd. and follow for 1.2 miles to Esham Rd. Left onto Esham Rd. and follow for 1.2 miles to burgundy/tan building on left. Signs Posted. Primitives/Glass/China/Collectibles (4:47 P.M.): Nice selection of stoneware to include S. Ulman & Bro. 5 line incised handled whiskey jug, 25+ Blue and Grey decorated crocks, Exquisite selection of 18th Cent. slip decorated Redware to include: Pennsylvania slip decorated plates, decorated double handled pitcher, water pitcher, (5) bowls, several Turk’s-head molds and more - primitive buttocks baskets, 18+ yellowware banded batter bowls, early blown Dutch Onion bottle circa 1760, Pr. of Brown’s Celebrated Indian Herb Bitters bottles in original paint (excellent condition), Qty. of 18th Cent. Pewter to include: 7 pc. matched Pewter measuring set, Townsend plate, Townsend and Compton plates, several teapots, hot plate and others - W.H. Turner crab blue crab sculpture, “Shaughraun & Tatters” Rogers Group statue c. 1875, (15) Steuben glass figural paperweights, 30 Qt. Copper Apple butter kettle with stand, W.H. Turner mouse sculpture, very Unique Full-oPep Feed & Seed advertising sign, RARE Wicomico Motor Co. vintage advertising mirror, Couch Service Union Hotel sign, Ulman’s Choice Baltimore Rum bottle, Ulman & Sons whiskey jug, PRR Rayo Bull’s-eye lamp, Watling Scale Co. vintage coin operated weight fortune scale, Western Electric antique Oak wall mount telephone, goose lamp, hand-crafted Oyster Schooner, vintage National Washboard Co. wooden washboard, Cambridge Laundry Bag, 18k gold 30” men’s necklace, 14k gold necklace, several pcs. of sterling silver, Dansk flatware set, repro tricycle, and more on the way!!! Local 18th/19th Century Land Patents, Special Warrants and deeds to include: Approximately 1 dozen Worcester County land patents and deeds from 1750’s to 1850’s. Surnames including Bethards, Davis, Dixon, Farlow, Holland, Jones, Laws & others. Antique and Modern Furniture (6:30 P.M.): Mid Atlantic Pine 9-light corner cabinet with tombstone paneled doors and dentil molding from the Hitchner family farm New Jersey circa 1820, Hepplewhite five drawer butler’s chest w/bone escutcheons, Penn Pine raised panel hanging corner cabinet, early 19th C. Pine dry sink, mid 19th C. 2 drawer work table, 19th C. stepback cupboard in blue paint, mid 19th C. Pine and Poplar 4 door linen press, unique 19th C. Pine child’s four door cupboard, 19th C. bread loaf trunk w/liner, Pine four door stepback cupboard, 19th C. Chimney Cupboard, early 19th C. Wrought iron pie stand, blanket chest in green paint, Henkel-Harris solid Cherry dining table, Henkel-Harris solid Cherry three drawer QA style sofa table, Henkel-Harris Black cherry table, set of (8) Cherry urn splat dining chairs, very lg. custom built Cherry Colonial style four door hutch, Hickory Chair Co. camelback stretcher base sofa, Hickory Chair Co. blue leather executive style QA wingback chair, Sherrill Furniture Co. QA wingback chair, Mace Co. diminutive single door antique Oak lift top icebox, antique Oak enameled top Hoosier cabinet, set of (6) plank
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New York State Museum Acquires Rare Stoneware Acrobat Jug A four-gallon stoneware jug depicting acrobats, manufactured by Fulper Bros. in Flemington, N.J., during the 1880s, is now part of the New York State Museum’s Weitsman Collection of American Stoneware. Now on display at the State Museum, the historically significant piece of stoneware was recently acquired for the museum by stoneware collector and benefactor Adam Weitsman. The acrobat jug, a sought-after example of decorated American stoneware, has been breaking stoneware record prices at auction for decades, and Weitsman had wanted the piece for over thirty years. Weitsman recently purchased the jug from Allan Katz Americana. “This iconic piece of Americana now joins the nation’s most important collection of decorated American stoneware at the New York State Museum,” said State Museum Director Mark Schaming. “Through Adam Weitsman’s visionary acquisitions and generosity, this extraordinary, singular collection is now available for all New Yorkers to appreciate.” Abraham Fulper produced an assortment of earthenware, stoneware and tile products at
his Flemington pottery in the 1860s and 1870s. After his death, his sons continued the pottery, and during the 1880s the company became known as Fulper Bros. or Fulper Bros. & Co. Fulper Bros. stoneware often featured unique decorations. The acrobats on this jug may have been inspired by a traveling circus or performers at the nearby annual agricultural Flemington Fair. Stoneware was the plastic of the nineteenth century, used to create a variety of utilitarian vessels for the storage and processing of food and liquids. The potter, or in some cases a talented decorator who worked at the pottery, would enhance these utilitarian wares with artful designs that are today considered prime examples of American folk art. The acrobat jug is currently on exhibit at the New York State Museum, along with forty other pieces of the Weitsman stoneware collection, and the piece will be featured in a forthcoming book, “Art for the People: Decorated Stoneware from the Weitsman Collection” by John Scherer, Curator Emeritus of the State Museum. The book will illustrate some two hundred pieces of decorated stoneware that
have been donated to the State Museum by Adam Weitsman since 1996. The collection demonstrates how New York State was a leading manufacturer of stoneware throughout the nineteenth century. The State Museum is a program of the New York State Education Department’s Office of Cultural Education. Located on Madison Avenue
in Albany, the museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Admission is free. Further information about programs and events can be obtained by calling 518-4745877 or by visiting the museum website at www.nysm.nysed.gov.
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PUBLIC AUCTION FOR BARBARA AND THE LATE LESTER BREININGER
SATURDAY, MAY 25, 2013 STARTING AT 9:00 A.M. Location of Sale: 476 South Church St.,
ROBESONIA, PA 19551 Blue Painted Doll Cradle, Scouring Box, Apple Peeler, Bootjack, Orange Painted Footstool, Antique Redware, Yellow Slip Decorated Loaf Dish, Mottled Glazed Mug, Redware Bird Figure, W. Smith - L.K.T. - J. F. Ack, J. Feeg - K. Parker. Lg. selection of Lester Breininger Pottery, Carvings by Strawser & Bastian, Rye Straw & Woven Splint Baskets, Tin Betty Lamps, Lg. Variety of Graniteware, Wrought Iron Skimmer, Iron Spatula dated 1804, Pewter Flask stamped “P.D.” on lid, Lithograph Tin Advertising Canisters, Iron Snake Figures, Taufscheins, Local Advertising, Early Textiles, Show Towels, Quilt Tops, Brown Check Homespun Fabric, Carved Marble Reclining Lamb, Butterprints, Large selection of white Ironstone Wheat Pattern, Local Cigar Boxes, FURNITURE TO BE SOLD AT 12:00 NOON: Daniel Oyster, Reading, PA Federal Tall Case Clock, PA Sheraton Walnut Farm Table, Punched Tin Hanging Pie Safe, Small Mortised Leg Bench, Federal Mahogany Sabre Leg Side Chair, PA Softwood Bucket Bench with old red wash, Vict. Shaving Stand, Two PA arrow-back plank seat settees, Vict. Walnut Bedroom Suite, Grain Painted Dry Sink, Wood Pedestals, Dutch Cupboard, Painted Corner Cupboard. PARTIAL LISTING.
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HONESDALE, PA 18431 FEATURING EARL R. RIEFLER ESTATE
PUBLIC AUCTION SUNDAY, MAY 19TH, 1:00 P.M. PREVIEW AT 11:00 A.M. Fine Sterling Silver from local NJ Collector
Gorham Cinderella Tea Set
Over 300 Items, to include: Four Tea & Coffee Services, with Trays (Incl.: Gorham Cinderella) ~ Privately Commissioned Napkin Rings with Wall Street Bull Design ~ Ornate & Pierced Bowls ~ Deco-Inspired Pieces ~ Compotes ~ Chargers ~ Candelabra ~ French Cigar Holder ~ Inkwell Sets ~ Eight Sets of Flatware ~ Serving Pieces ~ Kiddush Cups ~ Perfumes ~ Jewelry ~ Watches ~ Studs & Cufflinks ~ US Silver Coins & Bars ~ 1st Edition Proof Set of “History of Flight” Commemorative Coins ~ US Silver Coins & Bars ~ Commemorative Coins & Medals & More. These American, French, Italian, English, Norwegian & European makers include, but are not limited to: Gorham ~ Tiffany ~ Alvin ~ Ford Co. ~ Poole ~ Wallace ~ Towle ~ Cole Smith ~ Ball Black & Co. ~ Banks ~ Stowell & Co. ~ Kirk ~ Lunt ~ Camusso ~ Aug Steman ~ Stieff ~ Frank Whiting ~ Ravissant & More. To be auctioned by William D. Barron at
The Sheraton Eatontown Hotel, Six Industrial Way,
EATONTOWN, NJ 07724
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Heirloom, 74 Pcs. Center: Bank, Italy ~ Gorhan, 65 Pcs. 1 of 100 Pc., “History of Flight”
Gorham, King Edward, 96 Pcs.
Wm. Barron Galleries, Inc. Auctioneers ~ Appraisers 1933 Highway 35, Suite 320, Wall, New Jersey 07719
30 Plus Guns From Antique To Modern Handguns, Bayonets, Knives, Reloading Equipment, Mounts, Hunting And Fishing Equipment. GUNS: MODERN RIFLES AND SHOTGUNS - Winchester Model 70 Std. .225 With Weaver Scope, Winchester Model 94 Commemorative “Illinois” 30.30, Winchester Model 94 .32 Classic Carbine With Bushnell Scope, Winchester Model 70 Std. .308 With Leopold Scope, Remington Model 760 30.06 With Bushnell Scope, Remington Model 14 Std. .30 Hammerless, Remington “Gamemaster” .35, Remington Model 870 Express Magnum .12 Ga., Ithaca Hammerless .12 Ga. Auto, Iver Johnson Special .12 Ga. Single Trap, Stevens Model 311 Double .20 Ga., Parker Bros. Double .12 Ga., A.H. FOX Sterlingworth Double .12 Ga. OLD STYLE - US Model 1898 With Bayonet Springfield, US Model 1903 Remington Bolt 30A, US Model 1884 Springfield Trap Door Black Powder, Double Barrel Black Powder Percussion Shotgun, Hopkins & Allen “Minuteman” Flintlock Black Powder Repro. REPRO PISTOLS - Colt Walker 1847, Black Powder Percussion, Dixie Black Powder Flintlock, Hawes, Center Arms Black Powder Flintlock .50. MODERN FIREARMS - Colt 45 New In Box With Extra .22 Barrel, Colt Police Positive .38 Special, Colt Official Police .38 Engraved Presented To Capt. Wm. Warren 1932, Colt Officers .22, Colt Automatic .32, Colt New Service .45, Webley Scott Mark “V”, Smith & Wesson .45, Strum Ruger .22, Strum Ruger Old Model “Black Hawk” .357. Ammunition - Cases Of Shotgun Shells, 22 Bricks, Misc. ammo, Reloading Equipment. FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Bookcases, Side Tables, Coffee tables, Chairs, Display Pedestals, Oak Table, Wrought Iron Coat Tree, Plant stand, Oak Desk, Oak Bar Stools, Library Table, Rockers, Maple Chest, Oak and Pine End Tables, Mirror, Pictures, Clocks, Dressers, Gun Display Cases, Ottoman, Kitchen/Dinning Tables, Mirrors, Dolls, Lane Bedroom set with Armoire, Ethan Allen Dinette Set w/Hutch, Bar Size Pool Table, baskets, Sewing Machine in cabinet, Bedroom Sets, Books some old. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Yoke, Indian Statues, Trains, Stamps, Milk Glass Punch Bowl Set, Glassware, Child’s Toy Piano, Child’s Desk with Inkwell, Antique Glass Fire Extinguishers, Taxidermy Mounts, Tea Set, Antique Christmas Decorations, Antique Nativity Set, Bow and Arrow Set, Crocks, Antique Candle Molds, Antique Doctor’s Bags, Antique Radio. TOOLS: Chain link fencing, Lg. Dog Crate, Wheelbarrow, Troy-Bilt 10 HP Chipper/Shedder, Allis-Chalmers snowblower, Toro CCr 2000E snowblower, Simplicity mod. 555 snowblower, Simplicity mod. 828 snowblower, weed wackers, Boat Motor, Wood Carving tools, Pressure Washer, Log Splitter, riding lawn mower. OFFICE EQUIPMENT: Konica Minolta Model 7255 Copier/Printer & Scanner, Powerline Ream Cutter, Booklet maker. 1950 DeSoto Car, Completely Restored National Prize Winner. Original Miles Of About 25,300. Earl Was A Collector. Many Boxes Not Gone Through Yet, Antiques, Historical Items, Artifacts, Tools And All Household Items. Everything Goes! AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Lots To Go Through!!! If You Have Antiques, Hunting And Fishing Equipment, Tools And Lawn And Garden Items Excellent Sale To Consign To! WATCH FOR UPDATES AT www.wetmoreauction.com OR www.auctionzip.com ID #4665. NO BUYER’S PREMIUM! TERMS: Cash Or Good PA Check With Driver’s License. FOOD AND BATHROOM FACILITIES WILL BE PROVIDED Sale Conducted by: Selling For John H. Wetmore AU00526 Earl R. Riefler Estate 570-253-1648 John Garrah, Exc. 570-493-6995 Cell phone
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Gateway Auction Featured Postcards Real Photos Gateway Gallery Auction held a postcard collection and modern toys auction on April 20 in Chambersburg, Pa. Highlights featured in the sale
included a collection of postcards showcasing assorted bridges and beach views, which went for $300; real photos of the center square in
Waynesboro, Pa., which hammered down at $260; a real photo from Greensboro, Pa., which brought in $240; a selection of view cards from
Mercersburg, Pa., and the surrounding areas, which brought in $210; a collection of girl arcade cards, which sold for $190; and various other real
photos that realized prices such as $230, $220, $170 and $130. For additional information about Gateway Gallery
Auction, located at 643 Kriner Road, Chambersburg, call 717-263-6512 or 800-3153265, fax 717-263-0188, or visit gatewayauction.com.
These real photos, Laughlin #8A and #6, sold for $230.
This real photo, Laughlin #2038, from Greencastle, Pa., sold for $240. A collection of cards featuring An assortment of view cards assorted bridges, beach views from Mercerburg, Pa., and and more went for $300. other areas, sold for $210.
This selecton of real photos from Greencastle, Pa., went for $130.
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This real photo, Laughlin #1238, brought in $170.
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These real photos, Laughlin This collection of approximateQuincy #1176 and #1882, went ly 45 girl arcade cards realized $190. for $220.
PUBLIC AUCTION MONDAY, MAY 27, 2013 940 ROUTE 522,
TUES., MAY 21 ST, 2013 AT 4:00 P.M. Location: Friendship Hook & Ladder Fire Company’s “Friendship Room”
BOYERTOWN, PA 19512
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These real photos from the center square in Waynesboro, Pa., brought in $260.
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ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES 2-Drawer PA Farm Table w/Outside Stretchers; Blanket Chest w/Strap Hinges; Panel-End Blanket Chest with Red Paint; New England 2-Drawer Blanket Chest; Dough Box on Frame; Pine Water Bench; PlankBottom Wooden Settee; Wood Box; Schoolmaster’s Desk; Cherry Slant Front Desk w/Curly Maple Drawers; Lady’s Desk; Banquet Table (2 Section Drop Leaf w/Custom Made Pads); 4-Leg & 6-Leg Drop Leaf Tables; 5-Leg Ext. Table; Oak Library Table; Early Tilt-Top Table; 2-Drawer Drop Leaf Stand; 1-Drawer Stand; Spinning Wheel; Yarn Winder; Hitchcock Furniture (Side Chairs, Captain’s Chair, Twin Bed & 1-Drawer Stand); Selection of Chairs (Victorian, Cane Seated, Ice Cream Windsor, Ladder Back, Plank Bottom, etc.); Children’s Rockers & Chairs; Wooden Doll’s Cradle; Chippendale Mirrors; Early Portrait Oil Painting; Framed Fraktur; Framed Nutting; Asst. Frames & Mirrors; Framed Watercolors & Paintings; Banquet Lamp; Gone with the Wind Lamp; (2) Half-Shade Lamps; Kerosene Lamp; Half-Shade Hanging Lamp; 8-Day German Wall Clock; Regulator Wall Clock; Cuckoo Clock; Wooden Carousel/Carnival Toy; Stereopticon Viewer & Cards; Silver-Plated Serving Pcs. & Flatware; Men’s OF Pocket Watches; Ladies’ Purses; Pressed Glass; Candlewick; Assorted China (Coffee Set, Plates, Cups & Saucers, Dishes, etc.); Milk Glass; Collector’s Plates; China Horses; Hummel Collector’s Bells; Embossed Horlich’s Malted Milk Jar; Jugs; Crocks; Nutcracker; Metal Kitchen Stools; Arrowheads; Local Adv. Pcs.; Framed Map of Selinsgrove; Books; Dolls; Hudson Bay Trapper’s Blankets; Woven Coverlet (Stager, Mount Joy); (12) Quilts; Comforter; Christmas Decorations; Wooden Croquet Set; Prairie State Wooden Incubator; Pr. Andirons; Etc. PERSONAL PROPERTY 2-Pc. China Hutch; Round Glass China Cabinet; 2-Pc Wall Cupboard; 5-Pc. Wooden Dinette Set; Twin Beds; Chest-of-Drawers; Sofa; Futon; Rocker/Recliners; Pr. Wing Chairs; Bentwood Rocker; End Tables; Area Rugs; GE Microwave; Sharp Carousel Microwave; Apt.-Size Refrigerator; Singer Sewing Machine; Brother Fax Machine; Table & Floor Lamps; Small Household Appliances; Golf Clubs; Wooden Rocking Horse; Decorative Birdhouses; Seasonal Decorations; Outdoor Patio Furniture; Wooden Picnic Table & Benches; Alum. Stepladder; Etc. Terms: Cash. Personal checks accepted w/established account or prior approval. No absentee or phone bids accepted!
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Fooled By Fakes:
Analyzing Ancient Coins
By: Anita Stratos
Chances are you may never have heard of Slavey Petrov, Giovanni Cavino, or Pirro Ligorio unless you’re a collector of ancient coins. These are three well-known coin counterfeiters in history, though they’re far from being the only ones. We tend to think of counterfeiters living in modern times, but Cavino
and Ligorio (with the help of scholar Alessandro Bassiano) crafted their copies back in the 16th century. Coin counterfeiting is considered to be among the first types of fakery. The earliest known counterfeited coins date all the way back to around 670 B.C., when coins were first created by King Gyges of Lydia. Once those ancient fraudsters realized they could make counterfeit coins simply by making a cast of an original and then minting their own, there was nothing to stop
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013 NEW SUMMER START TIME 2 P.M. 2 HOURS OF BOX LOTS ONE AUCTIONEER INSIDE & ONE AUCTIONEER OUTSIDE
them. History, time, and ing off – people were begincounterfeiters have ning to admire proved the and collect o l d ancient coins for their historical a n d artistic values. It is said that in saying response to true, “The this revival, more things change, Cavino crafted the more they stay the same.” molds of ancient coins to When Cavino and Ligorio make medals copied from were born in the early 1500s, them. These copies didn’t numismatic interest was tak- weigh the same as the origi-
nal coins, and there were some stylistic differences as well, including a difference in lettering. Still, there are two schools of thought about Cavino: some believe he was a forger cashing in on the public’s desire to own coins from antiquity; others feel that (Continued on page 21)
Important Lamp & Glass Auction June 19-20, 2013 in Fairfield, Maine As you can see in the images below we are proud to announce we have consigned yet another Pairpoint Puffy white owl lamp being only the 8th known to exist! We have a fabulous offering of fine antique and contemporary paperweights as well as French cameo glass from Daum, Galle, Le Verre, Victorian glass and more! We are also pleased to announce that James D. Julia, Inc. has found Dudley Browne’s replacement as the head of the department. Chris MacKenzie has come on board and has been traveling with Dudley meeting our consignors and gearing up to take the reins over completely in September 2013. Check our website regularly for updates and new selected highlights!
Auction To Be Held On Rts. 11/15, Just 6 Miles North Of I-81, Exit 65
MARYSVILLE & DUNCANNON, PA 17020
Beside Leonard’s Oak World
Fine Antique & Contemporary Paperweights
Cindy Fenton Auctioneer #AU003412-L
No Buyer’s Premium Absentee Bids Accepted Food Available
Monumental Daum blackbird
Burgun & Schverer
Quezal hooked feather/fishnet vase
Lg Steuben Tyrian bowl
Contact Dudley Browne, Chris MacKenzie or Julie Killam Email: email@example.com Tel: (207) 453-7125 Auctioneer: James D. Julia Lic#: ME:AR83 Fairfield, Maine | Woburn, Massachusetts | www.jamesdjulia.com
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Cavino’s contemporaries would have recognized the difference between his copies and the authentic coins they mimicked, thereby making him a gifted medalist. As t h e r e appear to be no records to settle this score, the truth may never be known. However, Cavino’s copies are now collectible antiquities in their own right and sell for hundreds of dollars each. The problem is that if his copies are misrepresented as rare originals, their cost is multiplied and a collector will still have been duped. Knowing the difference in weight between a Cavino copy and an original is the key to authenticity. Not all modern replicas of ancient coins were intentionally made to deceive; some were made as souvenirs, oth-
knock-off or complete fantasy coin businesses. However, when it comes to this type of tourist trade, you’ll find lots of peddlers openly offering what they claim to be authentic coins – some will even take tourists to sites where, for a price, they can find their own. There are
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10:00 A.M. JEWELRY: Gold Jewelry, Diamond Tennis Bracelet, Ster. & Turquoise Jewelry, Sterling hollowware, beaded purses. 10:30 A.M. ANTIQUES: B&O Railroad China, Red Transferware China, Quilts, Stoneware Primitives, Oil Paintings, Large Dog Print, Clocks, Quality Figurines, set of Franciscan Apple Dishes, glass, very old books incl. Henry Manuscript Edition & more. 1:00 P.M. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Martin Guitar, Fender Elec. Guitars, several other acoustic & elec. guitars & amps, Selmer Bundy Saxophones & Trumpet, Flute, Clarinet, drums & more. 3:00 P.M. ANTIQUE FURNITURE: (2) Early Softwood corner cupboards, fancy oak table & 6 chairs, early chests-of-drawers, nice leaded glass bookcase, rugs, early tables & stands & more. 10:00 A.M. DOLLS: 200 Dolls most antique, a lot of bisque, porcelain & other antique dolls, John Wright Winnie Pooh, more. 12:00 NOON TOYS: Marx, Unique Art & other nice tin windups some with orig. boxes, Old Robots w/ Boxes, 1930’s Buddy L Trucks, Cast Iron & Tin Cars, 1930’s Lincoln Tunnel windup, Cast-Iron Mech. Bank, Windup GI Joes, Hess & much more. 1:00 P.M. ADVERTISING: Ice Cream Sign, Sinclair Oil Advertising, Old Farm Equip & brochures, MH Straw hat, signs & more. 1:30 P.M. WINROSS TRUCKS: 80 Trucks most trucking company trucks, several from the 1980’s & Tonkin check web for list. Terms: 10% Buyer’s Premium for cash or check, 12% Buyer’s Premium for credit card.
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ers for use in jewelry. Many of the souvenirs aren’t well made and wouldn’t fool anyone. But if better-made pieces aren’t clearly marked as replicas or if the marks have been removed, fraudulent resellers may try to pass them off a s authent i c . Knowing w h a t material the original coin was made from is a good first step to authentication – some ancient coins were minted in precious metals, while others were made from bronze or had silver plating. An expert I know recognized a well-crafted fake immediately because it was made from the wrong metal for that issue; it even had carefully placed “remnants” of silver coloring in the crevices, but further examination proved it to be white metal rather than silver plating. In countries whose histories run back into antiquity, it’s common to find thriving
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two problems with these scenarios: first, it’s illegal in most countries to sell authentic ancient coins; and second, there’s a 99 percent chance the coins at those ancient sites are reproductions that were planted there by the vendor earlier that day in anticipation of this opportunity. Depending on the method used to make reproduction or fantasy coins, look for one of these “tells”: a seam along the edge between the top and bottom; pitted surfaces; electroplated silver or gold coins with filler metal inside (the weight of these coins will be wrong); a re-engraved authentic coin that creates a rarer coin (this can be seen with magnification); and crystallization that is good but with corrosion that is a sign of false aging. Also check for seams that have less wear than surfaces, lettering of different sizes, and the style of portrait features (hair, eyes, nose), which
should match established examples. One area forgers sometimes overlook is the direction of the obverse and reverse images – the reverse should face in the correct direction as opposed to the obverse. Some reverse images are upside-down in relation to the obverse, others are in the same direction, and still others may be at an angle. Regardless of which it is, coins of one particular type should all be made the same way. A trustworthy catalog can help you here. In the world of ancient coins, it’s better to know the details of authentic coins through hands-on learning and networking with experts rather than solely trusting reference sources. Some wellrespected catalogs of fakes have actually mistakenly listed authentic coins as fakes, either because the information at that time was incomplete due to misinformation, or because the appraiser was simply mistaken. Using these references as general guides is fine, but learn all you can
from experts, experienced fellow collectors and trustworthy dealers about the intricacies of the ancient coins in which you plan to focus, then assess and appraise individual examples carefully. Just as important as owning good reference sources about authentic coins is owning books about forgers of ancient coins and their
wares – these will show you the minute differences between real coins and fakes or reproductions. By understanding how these forgeries were crafted, you’ll be even better able to keep your collection as pure as possible. All images via Wikipedia. At A Glance Signs of a Fake or
Reproduction: 1. Coins made from incorrect metals. 2. Wrong weight. 3. Wrong artistic style or lettering. 4. Details not as crisp as originals. 5. Re-engraved ancient coins. Reference books and col-
lecting groups are the best ways to keep from being fooled by fakes. Here are a few: “Ancient Coin Reference Review” by Dennis J. Kroh; “Classical Deception” by Wayne G. Sayles; and the American Numismatic Association (http://www.money.org/http:/ /www.money.org/).
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ALWAYS BUYING PHOTOGRAPHS, Archives, Albums, Snap-shots, Collections. Call Jim 800-872-9990. ANTIQUE SLOT MACHINES WANTED: Working, Not Working or Incomplete. Paying Cash! Call 717-228-9038 anytime! ANTIQUE/ OLD GUNS WANTED Collector buys old muzzleloaders, pistols, shot guns, Kentucky rifles, knives, swords, hunting licenses & photos, animal traps, hand forged & bear traps, old ammo, antiques, military helmets. One piece or collections. House calls made. PO Box 83, New Tripoli, PA 18066, firstname.lastname@example.org 610-298-3180. 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. www.tmcpubl.com 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, Fairs, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, Nude Photos, Fireworks, Pinups, Strippers, Burlesque, Auto Thrillshow. Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418. CASH CARRIERS WANTED- Old Dept. Store type, Lamson, Baldwin, etc. Whole systems or parts (except pneumatic) please call Gene 440-243-2308 or email@example.com
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