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Paul And Rita Flack To Hold Catalog Sale This Fall Pook & Pook To Sell Flack Collection By Karl Pass

FRIDAY JULY 20, 2018 • VOL. 49, NO. 29

Early New England Quilts: Repurposed, Refashioned, And Reused

No strangers to the auction world and to the Pennsylvania antiquing community, Solebury, Bucks County, Pa., residents Paul and Rita Flack will be holding a catalog sale this fall at Pook & Pook. “It will be in early October, either the first or second Saturday,” mentioned Rita Flack. Well-respected folk art collector

Old Sturbridge Village Exhibit Features Many Quilts Rarely On Display More than a dozen rarely seen and delicate handmade quilts are now on display at a new exhibit at Old Sturbridge Village, Mass., titled “Early New England Quilts: Repurposed, Refashioned, and Reused.” The exhibit showcases the resourcefulness and frugality of early 19th-century quiltmakers, who used remnants from worn garments and household textiles to create new quilts, or interwove fabrics of sentimental value, or even turned worn-out quilts into practical This pieced quilt was made by Matilda Fiske of Sturbridge, Mass., circa 1830. household objects. In the 19th century, quilts were a household necessity for enduring the bitterly cold New England winters, and they have long been connected with the concept of Yankee frugality. Early 20th-century writers, such as Alice Morse Earle, imagined industrious New England women stitching diligently away at their quilts, utilizing the tiniest leftover scraps of fabric to craft their humble creations, a truly Detail of a quilt made by Nancy Newton of Marlborough, N.H. Colonial Revival notion. In truth, many early quilts incorpo- included expensive imported fabrated fabric specifically intended rics such as glazed chintzes and for the project, rather than tiny calamancos from England and scraps of old fabric rescued from France, or even boldly printed cotthe rag bag. Many of these quilts tons from as far afield as India. Nevertheless, reusing outdated but still serviceable materials embodies the New England ideals of economy and thrift espoused in many early 19th-century advice books. Lydia Maria Child dedicated her book, “The American Frugal Housewife” (1828), to “those not ashamed of economy.” Today, many of these so-called “scrap” quilts are prized for their colorful and ingenious piecing. However, many of them started life as a practical way to utilize A quilting party, as it might have looked in 1838. Continued on page 2

AAN Current News Paul and Rita Flack of Solebury, Pa., will hold their sixth catalog sale this fall. Paul is among the most well-respected patriarch collectors of Pennsylvania German decorative arts. Paul Flack (age 91) is in very good health with the exception to having limited mobility due to back issues, but he has decided the time is right for another large sale. This will be the couple’s sixth singleowner catalog sale. The first was through Pennypacker’s in 1976, the second with Pennypacker’s was in 1985, the third was an on-site sale with Christie’s in 1997 at their farm

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Washington Lecture Slated At Rock Ford Plantation For July 26 On Thursday, July 26, Rock Ford Plantation will welcome author Jeffrey Finegan, who will present a lecture titled “My Dear General: The Extraordinary Relationship between George Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette.” The lecture is based upon Finegan’s detailed and researched young reader’s book that reveals the father-son relationship forged between Washington and the young French aristocrat who travelled from France to fight at his side during the American Revolution. “My Dear General” joins Finegan’s two previous works to complete a three-part series titled “I Knew George Washington.” Each of the books examine the life of Washington through the perspective of historic figures who were closely associated with him, thereby presenting a unique way to understand the father of our nation. A native of New Jersey, Finegan’s interest in history spans from the Norman Conquest of England to World War II with a concentration in George Washington, the American Civil War and historic architecture. Finegan has conducted lectures and book signings at Colonial Williamsburg, National Historic Parks at Valley Forge, Morristown, Saratoga, and Yorktown, the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown and Washington Crossing Historic Park. This lecture will begin promptly

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Author Jeffrey Finegan at 5:30 p.m. in the Rock Ford Barn. Reservations are not required, but seating is limited. Admission is free of charge for members of the Rock Ford Foundation and $5 for non-members. All proceeds from this event benefit Rock Ford Plantation, located at 881 Rockford Road, Lancaster, Pa. Built in 1794, Rock Ford was the home of Edward Hand and his family. Hand served as adjutant general to George Washington during the Revolutionary War. The historic property is open for tours Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. from April to October. It is operated by the nonprofit Rock Ford Foundation. For more information, readers may call 717-392-7223.

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Online Only Antique Toy Auction Slated For Pook & Pook Inc. With Noel Barrett Fifth Collaborative Sale Will Take Place Aug. 15 On Wednesday, Aug. 15, Pook & Pook Inc. is hosting an Online Only Antique Toy Auction, marking the fifth of such auctions in collaboration with Noel Barrett. Known to many across the country as the colorful toy expert on “Antiques Roadshow,” Barrett has been sharing his life’s passion with interested viewers for many years, doing his part to inspire younger collectors while encouraging curiosity and wonder in children of all ages. August’s online auction, available for bidding on both Bidsquare and Live Auctioneers, serves as a tasty appetizer in anticipation of a larger, higher-end catalog sale that is slated for Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7 and 8, at Pook & Pook’s facility in Downingtown, Pa. Both sales will include all manner of antique toys, with a little something for the child in all of us. Some highlights in August’s sale will include a substantial collection of antique fire toys, with an extensive selection that runs

the gamut. Japanese Bandai trucks, Mignot slush metal fire vehicles, German hill climber ladder trucks, Dinky fire engines, and firemen of all shapes and sizes will be on offer. Next, Tonka and Structo pressed steel vehicles, including cement mixers, Jeeps, tractor trailers and gasoline delivery trucks, will motor across the auction block, many being offered with their original boxes. Vintage model cars will follow in the sale featuring the likeness of many classic and well-loved cars, including the Oldsmobile 442, Pontiac GTO, Ford Galaxy, an assortment of colorful Cadillac sedans and one mint example of a Danbury Cadillac. Lots featuring unbuilt model cars are a perfect opportunity for young collectors to explore a new hobby. Admirers of all things teeny-tiny will appreciate the vast assortment of miniatures and doll furniture, with many chances to win the perfect piece to round out any respectable dollhouse. While you’re at it, why not make that dollhouse a doll home by finding the perfect tenant to live inside? Bisque head dolls,

including many excellent German-made examples, will follow in the sale. Online only auctions such as this are the perfect occasion to get your feet wet in the world of antiques.

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recycled materials. Even after a quilt’s usefulness as bedding was long past, thrifty New England women found new and resourceful ways to give old quilts new life. Old quilts were cut down to fit on new beds, used as durable backings for decorative textiles such as hearth rugs, or cut into strips to form padding for other household articles such as cushions and hassocks. “This is the most extensive exhibit of quilts we’ve ever mounted at the village,” noted curator Rebecca Beall,

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“with more than 70 pieces on display, dating from as early as the late 18th century, and as late as 1890. Due to their fragility, these quilts are rarely seen outside our collections vaults. This is a rare and wonderful opportunity for visitors to gain access to these items.” Visitors to the exhibit will gain an appreciation for the art of quilt making in early New England and learn about the culture that gave rise to these ingenious designs. “Early New England Quilts: Repurposed, Refashioned, and Reused” is included with general admission to Old Sturbridge Village and is open during the museum’s hours. Special tours and programming related to the exhibit will be offered during “Textile Weekend,” taking place at the village on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 18 and 19. Located just off the Massachusetts Turnpike and Routes I-84 and 20 in Sturbridge, Mass., Old Sturbridge Village is open year-round, but days and hours vary seasonally. For details, readers may visit

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Collector Anecdotes And Antics Testing The “Limits� Of Limited Run Games quickly as it was put up for sale, and due to its success, new titles were announced, with Limited Run Games forming multiple agreements with a plethora of other digital game publishers. Unfortunately, as time went on and more releases were announced, would-be speculators started to take notice. With Limited Run Games only making, on average, 3,000 or so copies of each and every release, most of its offerings were quickly bought out and later resold for a tidy profit on the secondary market. eBay became a heaven of the reselling of most of the company’s offerings and still is a valid source to secure games any collector may have missed. Since Limited Run Games limits production of most of their titles to only a few thousand, this perceived scarcity has caused a lot of outcry from hardcore video game collectors. To be fair, Limited Run Games usually limits its games to only two per customer and tends to launch new titles only on Fridays. Would-be buyers are given two time slots on a firstcome, first-served basis, with the first allotment being offered at 10 a.m. EST and a second offering at 6 p.m. EST that same day. And while this was a good start for the

S. Seem Antiques And Artisans To Hold “Final Thursday� Roadshow Event The multi-dealer shop S. Seem will hold the S. Seem Roadshow on Thursday, July 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. The shop will have three experienced antiques dealers giving complimentary verbal appraisals. Members of the public are invited to bring a maximum of two items each to have appraised. Also, a seminar will take place from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on the topic

of how to use internet sites to get realistic prices for antiques given today’s market. S. Seem is among the Lehigh Valley’s largest quality antique co-ops. The store will celebrate its sixth year in business this August. Located at 100 S. Chestnut St. in historic Bath, Pa., it is housed in an 1840s brick dry goods store. The building features

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company, as time went on and more and more collectors and enthusiasts took notice, the company knew more had to be done to ensure that hardcore fans, and not just speculators, got access to the games. The company caters to hardcore collectors extensively and even packages its games with limited-edition trading cards, and it even offers very limited collector’s editions of some of its most popular games. Since it only makes one print run for most titles, this can cause quite an uproar when only several thousand copies are produced. When the company released the physical version of the sought-after “Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap� for the PlayStation 4 system on Aug. 4, 2017, it released only 5,000 copies of the original version and only 3,000 copies of the collector’s edition. Unfortunately, all versions of the game sold out within minutes of being offered at both time slots upon release. This caused the company to come under heavy fire from avid fans who thought the company should do more to ensure some of the games are made available to those who want them. Then, just one week later on Aug. 11, 2017, when the highly sought-after “25th Anniversary of Night Trap� was being released for the PlayStation 4, the same situation occurred again. Would-be

buyers were left dumbfounded at what appeared to be Limited Run Games’ inept handling of how it markets and distributes its products. Surprisingly, this criticism did not fall on deaf ears and the company is trying to allow preorders for some of its most popular offerings going forward. On July 6, 2018, the company began taking preorders for “Night Trap� for the Nintendo Switch video game system. The standard copy of the game is only $29.99, and preorders will be open until Friday, July 20, 2018, giving would-be buyers a chance to purchase the game for two full weeks before having to resort to locating a copy on the secondary market. By preordering the game, customers are guaranteed to get a copy when it ships in late September of this year. This means that there will only be one printing, but no set amount is being allocated. Demand for the game is determining supply. Sadly, it goes without saying that even as Limited Run Games grows and continues to release more and more games in physical form, the number of speculators and would-be investors buying up the products is quite astounding. All of the games the company produces in physical form are readily available in digital form with just the click of a button and a credit card.

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It is unfortunate that most speculators incorrectly assume that because of the limited nature of most of these releases, they will be sought after in the future. This is simply not true, and Limited Run Games should be rewarded simply for creating a new trend that other publishers can follow and not simply because blind speculators continue to hoard the products. In conclusion, Limited Run Games makes a fantastic product in physical form, but the main question that speculators should be asking is if anyone in the future will care enough to pay a premium for it. My guess is that very few releases will carry with it a premium that makes buying every release worth it, but one has to ask, “Will speculators ever learn?� We have all seen this scenario many times before, but those lessons seem to fall on deaf ears. Still, if you want physical releases of some of your favorite digital games, there is a chance that Limited Run Games may make your wish a reality, and for that, I have to thank the company.


Mighty Rabbit Studios is an American video game developer located in Cary, N.C., that most casual video game enthusiasts have most likely never heard of. It was formed in August of 2010 and was part of a now-defunct experiment to bring small video game developers to the forefront of electronic game design and innovation. Mighty Rabbit Studios started creating digital download games for mobile phone platforms and then transitioned to creating downloadable games for the latest video game platforms such as the Sony PlayStation 4. By 2014, video game enthusiasts and collectors were being bombarded by online digital-only games in which no physical versions existed. This saved the publishers of these games significant money by offering their software in digital form only. Unfortunately, collectors and enthusiasts of physical media were once again left out in the proverbial cold as some of the hottest independent games were released only in digital form. Mighty Rabbit Studios witnessed this trend firsthand just by what was happening

with the digital software it created. This gave the company a brilliant idea, and by 2015, it launched a new internal division, which would become Limited Run Games. Limited Run Games was a bold undertaking. The company would seek to gain the rights to produce physical versions of some of the most popular digital games for the Sony PlayStation 4 and Sony Vita systems, along with the Nintendo Switch, upon its release in 2017. The company would finance the cost to produce a “limited run� (hence its name) of some of these titles, and the actual game developers would receive payments similar to as if they sold the game digitally. Since Limited Run Games was financing all the costs to produce physical versions of these games, most developers jumped at the chance. Limited Run Games released its first game on Oct. 28, 2015, called “Breach and Clear.� The game was actually originally created by Mighty Rabbit Studios as a mobile phone application and was physically created for play on the Sony Vita handheld system. Only 1,500 copies were made and sold, and no more physical copies would ever be made after the initial batch. The game sold out almost as

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18930 Kintnersville 610-847-1966 GRISTIES ANTIQUES AND ODDITIES, Rt. 611 near Rt. 32. 30 Dealers. Smalls and primitives to fine furniture. Open every day 11-5. Free parking.

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

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18229 Jim Thorpe 610-850-5660 ANTIQUES ON BROADWAY, 52 Broadway. Primitives, militaria, art, autographs, glass, pottery, guns, artifacts & vintage collectibles. Wed-Sun 10-5.

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08005 Barnegat 609-698-3020 BAY AVENUE ANTIQUES, 349 S. Main (Route 9). Open Tues.-Sun. 10am-5pm. Book Seller: New Jersey Books, Maps, Pottery, Ceramics, Fiesta, Dinnerware, Antiques & Vintage items, etc. 08006 Barnegat Light 609-361-8039 THE SEAWIFE, 1901 Bayview Ave. at Viking Village. Country primitive antique furniture, quilts, folk art, architecturals & garden. Open Daily.



07901 Summit 908-273-9373 SUMMIT ANTIQUES CENTER, 511 Morris Ave. 2 floors, 60+ dealers. Antiques, collectibles. Smalls to furniture. Open 7 days 11-5. Free parking.

19343 Glenmoore 610-942-7500 CRICKET’S ANTIQUES & GARDEN MARKET, 1641 Horseshoe Pike 2nd floor. Antiques, Artisians & Gardening! Hrs. 10am-5pm daily, Thurs. 10-8:30.

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Little Bighorn Arrows Lead Legends Of The West Auction Three Sioux Arrows Exceed Pre-Auction Estimate By More Than 800 Percent, Selling For Nearly $100,000





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37th Annual

Three Sioux arrows from the Battle of the Little Bighorn realized $93,750.

Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman’s campaign hat sold for $26,250. Battle� (New York, 1964), and the plentiful annotations in these two volumes, there probably is not a better single source of firsthand information about the Battle of the






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Little Bighorn. A model 1865 Springfield rifle captured by warriors in the opening battle of the Nez Perce War, 1877, sold for $27,500. Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman’s campaign hat was sold as a single lot for $26,250. Capt. F. W. Benteen’s Lemaire military binoculars brought $25,000; Charles Varnum’s 7th Cavalry outfit sold for $23,750; and a lock of Gen. Custer’s hair went for $12,500. For more information, readers may visit


The model 1863 full-length smooth-bore flintlock trade musket, Sitting Bull’s identified Hudson’s Bay flintlock musket, which includes Sitting Bull’s name scratched in the stock, sold for $162,500. importance of the Battle of United States Volunteers Little Bighorn and those who in 1863 ended at $35,000. fought there,� said Heritage The gun is believed to Auctions Americana Auctions have been presented by director Tom Slater. “That was his men when he received particularly reflected in the way a field commission as people pursued Sitting Bull’s brigadier general from carbine and the Sioux arrows. Gen. Alfred Pleasonton Those are extremely significant, and given command of important historical artifacts, the Michigan Cavalry which is why the bidders went Brigade, 3rd Division, after them so eagerly.� Army of the Potomac. Among the lots that Given by Custer’s widow, proved appealing to multiple Elizabeth Custer, to bidders was William “Captain Jack� Crawford, it Tecumseh Sherman’s uniform is believed to be the first as general of the Army, which presentation revolver sold for $62,500. The fact that Custer ever received. this stunning uniform remains The Poland Report intact after nearly 140 years from Standing Rock, July inarguably added to its 24, 1876, endorsed by appeal. Sherman was Custer’s Generals Sheridan and commander at the time of the Sherman, sold for Battle of Little Bighorn. $30,000. This report is the William Tecumseh Sherman’s uniform as An inscribed .22 revolver source of the story of a general of the Army sold for $62,500. presented to squad of cavalry who sup- Sherman was Custer’s commander at the Custer by the posedly broke through time of the Battle of Little Bighorn. the Indian lines at Sherman, commanding generLittle Bighorn, al of the Army, at Washington, only to be run D.C. down and killed Also bringing in $30,000 several miles was the Buckram-bound set away. Worth of Goldin’s “On the Little noting is the col- Bighorn with Gen. Custer� with lection of Benteen notations. The volendorsements ume includes correspondence on the docu- between Theodore Goldin and ment, a list that Gen. F.W. Benteen. Goldin disincludes George tinguished himself by fetching D. Ruggles, water while under fire after Lt. assistant adju- Donald McIntosh’s Company G tant general for retreated following the disasthe Department trous attack on the village, of Dakota at St. ultimately receiving the Medal An inscribed .22 revolver presented to Custer by the The Poland Report from Standing Rock, Paul, Minnesota; of Honor. The lot included a United States Volunteers in 1863 sold for $35,000. The July 24, 1876, was endorsed by Lt. Gen. Philip five-page TLS, the only known gun is believed to have been presented by his men Generals Sheridan and Sherman and S h e r i d a n , surviving Goldin letter from when he received a field commission as brigadier went for $30,000. This report is the Chicago, com- his exchange with Benteen, general from Gen. Alfred Pleasonton and given com- source of the story of a squad of caval- manding of the dated Jan. 6, 1896. Between mand of the Michigan Cavalry Brigade, 3rd Division, ry who supposedly broke through the Division of the the correspondence, collectand ed in “The Benteen-Goldin Army of the Potomac. It is believed to be the first Indian lines at Little Bighorn, only to be Missouri; presentation revolver Custer ever received. run down and killed several miles away. Gen. William T. Letters on Custer and his Last

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A flintlock musket that once belonged to Sitting Bull and Sioux arrows from the Battle of Little Bighorn led Heritage Auctions’ George Armstrong Custer and the Plains Indian Wars featuring the Glenwood J. Swanson collection Legends of the West Auction June 9 in Dallas, Texas. The final total from the event was $1,604,392.50, which exceeded pre-auction expectations by more than 30 percent. Originally made as a model 1863 full-length smooth-bore flintlock trade musket, Sitting Bull’s identified Hudson’s Bay flintlock musket, which includes Sitting Bull’s name scratched in the stock, sparked a spirited bidding war, racing far beyond its pre-auction estimate of $50,000+ before realizing $162,500. Three Sioux arrows from the Battle of the Little Bighorn enjoyed similarly eager bidding, breezing past their pre-auction estimate of $10,000+ to finish at $93,750. “Our collectors understand the historical significance and

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GEORGIA 08/09-12/18, ATLANTA, THURSSUN, Antique Market, Atlanta Expo Center

07/26-29/18, MARS, THURSSUN, Pulpfest w/Farmercon100, , Doubletree By Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh-Cranberry

09/06-09/18, ATLANTA, THURSSUN, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center

07/27/18, READING, FRI 10 AM3 PM, Ice Cream Parlor & Soda Fountains, 1741 Papermill Rd, Crowne Plaza

ILLINOIS 08/11-12/18, GRAYSLAKE, SAT & SUN, ChicagolandZ Premiere Monthly Antique Market, Lake County Fairgrounds

07/28-29/18, ADAMSTOWN, SAT & SUN 8 AM-4 PM, Vintage Clothing & Accessories, Rt 897 S, Shupp's Grove Antique Market

MICHIGAN 08/12/18, CENTREVILLE, SUN 8 AM, Antique & Collectibles Market, 316 E Charlotte State Hwy M86, St Joseph Co. Grange Fairgrounds NEW JERSEY 07/29/18, MORRIS TOWNSHIP, SUN 10 AM-5 PM, Antiques Expo, 161 E Hanover Ave, William G. Mennen Sports Arena 08/05/18, BARNEGAT LIGHT, SUN 9 AM-5 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, 19th & Bayview Ave, Historic Viking Village NEW YORK 07/21-22/18, ALBANY, SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Postal History Ephemera, Stamps, Postcards, 225 Washington Ave Ext, Polish Community Center 07/21-22/18, EAST HAMPTON, SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-5 PM, Antiques, James Lane, On The Grounds of Historic Mulford Farm Museum 08/13-19/18, BOUCKVILLE, MON-SUN, Antiques & Collectibles, Rt 20, Scenic Route 20 OHIO 08/24-26/18, WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, FRI-SUN, Antiques Market, Fayette County Fairgrounds PENNSYLVANIA 07/21-22/18, ADAMSTOWN, SAT & SUN 7 AM-4 PM, Bottle Fest, Rt 897 S, Shupp's Grove Antique Market 07/22/18, BARTO, SUN 7 AM, Retro Toy, Rt 100, Jake's Flea Market

08/04-05/18, ADAMSTOWN, SAT & SUN 7 AM-4 PM, Postcard, Paper, Books, Diaries, Journals, Rt 897 S, Shupp's Grove Antique Market 08/11-12/18, ADAMSTOWN, SAT & SUN 7 AM-4 PM, Motorcycles, Tools, Railroad & Transportation, Rt 897 S, Shupp's Grove Antique Market 08/11/18, LANCASTER, SAT 9 AM-1 PM, Hunting & Fishing, 1383 Arcadia Rd, Lancaster Farm & Home Center

NEW JERSEY 07/21/18, BEVERLY, SAT 10 AM, Early furniture, oil paintings, early lamps, floor model early victrola, records, knick knacks & collectibles, collection of vintage dolls, etc., OnSite 317 Manor Rd, Bob Brenner & Michelle Manzella OHIO 07/28/18, WILLOUGHBY, SAT 10 AM, Firearms & Military, Milestone Auctions Gallery 3860 Ben Hur Ave, Milestone Auctions

07/22/18, HARRISBURG, SUN 10 AM, Collectibles, house & home; Furniture antique & modern Noon, 1500 Paxton St, Cordier Auction & Appraisals

PENNSYLVANIA 07/19/18, QUARRYVILLE, THURS 5 PM, Jewelry, Coins & Currency, 3164 White Oak Rd, PA Auction Center

07/22/18, MYERSTOWN, SUN 11 AM, Coin & Currency, 119 E Main Ave (Rear), All Points Auction Co.

07/21/18, QUARRYVILLE, SAT 8 AM & NOON, Gun & Sporting Goods, 3164 White Oak Rd, PA Auction Center 07/21/18, TREMONT, SAT 8:30 AM, Antiques, collectibles, furniture, box lots etc., Coins appx. 10 am, 320 W Laurel St, Edwin & Lynn Dietrich

08/12/18, BARTO, SUN 7 AM, Juke Box & Coin-Op Swap Meet, Rt 100, Jake's Flea Market

07/21/18, WASHINGTON BORO, SAT 8:30 AM, Collectibles, clocks, watches, parts, watch repair tools, power & hand tools, lawn & garden, antiques, automotive parts, some furniture; Real Estate Noon, OnSite 965 Letort Rd, Probst Family Auction

08/18-19/18, ADAMSTOWN, SAT & SUN 7 AM-4 PM, Dolls, Bears, Toys & Games, Rt 897 S, Shupp's Grove Antique Market


08/11/18, SOMERSET, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antiques, On The Streets of Somerset

08/18/18, CARBONDALE, SAT 10 AM-6 PM, Antiques & Art, Main St, Historical Memorial Park 08/18/18, LANCASTER, SAT 9 AM-5 PM, Postcard Expo, 1383 Arcadia Rd, Farm & Home Center


S. Seem Roadshow

07/24/18, HATFIELD, BID ONLINE NOW THROUGH CLOSING TUES 8 PM, Nostalgia Treasures featuring jewelry, furniture, art, decorative accessories, sports memorabilia featuring Brooklyn & LA Dodgers collection, Online, Alderfers Auctions & Appraisers

07/25/18, EAST EARL, WED 5 PM, Coin & Currency, Shady Maple Conference Room 129 Toddy Dr, Cabin Fever Auctions 07/25/18, EAST EARL, WED 5 PM, Modern era mixed model trains, Marklin Z gauge, HO brass & other HO trains, Shady Maple Banquet Hall 129 Toddy Dr, Cabin Fever Auctions 07/25/18, YORK, WED 10 AM & NOON, Antiques featuring furniture, lamps, clocks, dolls, toys, ventriloquist character dolls in trunks, cast iron, books, jewelry, music box collection, quilts etc.; Real Estate Noon, 126 White Oak Dr, Gary Gladfelter 07/26/18, HATFIELD, THURS 9 AM, Gallery/Estate featuring toys, Disney & characters, antiques, musical instruments, furnishings, collectibles including a collection of children's Staffordshire & tin ABC plates & mugs, primitives, china, glassware artwork, silver, jewelry and more, Alderfer's Auction Ctr. 501 Fairgrounds Rd, Alderfers Auctions & Appraisers

07/26/18, HELLERTOWN, THURS 10 AM, Antiques, collectibles, Lionel & other trains, designer clothing & accessories, Silver Creek Social Club 2943 Rt 212, Les Beyer 07/28/18, BAINBRIDGE, SAT 9 AM, Wrist & pocket watches, clocks. Online Bidding Available, 309 Chestnut St, John Carl Auction Company 07/28/18, EPHRATA, SAT 9 AM, Tools featuring edge tools, wooden molding planes, metal planes, measuring devices, adjustable wrenches, metal turning lathe, drilling, primitives, antique tool parts, blacksmith tools etc., Horst Auction Center 50 Durlach Rd, Horst Auctioneers 07/28/18, MOUNTVILLE, SAT 7:55 AM, Antiques, collectibles, vintage items featring painted furniture pieces, country primitives, folk art, general store items, advertising & ephemera, Americana etc., OnSite 20 Wynwood Dr, Colby Auctions, LLC - Ryan C. Hess 07/28/18, YORK, SAT 10 AM, Antiques, primitives, Native American, autos and more, 218 E Market St, Keystone Auctions LLC 07/29/18, HARRISBURG, SUN 10 AM, Firearm & Militaria featuring antique & modern guns, military, collectible, sporting, 1500 Paxton St, Cordier Auction & Appraisals

PUBLIC AUCTION THURSDAY, JULY 19TH, 2018 AT 5:00 P.M. Sale location: 3164 White Oak Road, QUARRYVILLE, PA 17566


Jewelry to include a large assortment of Vintage Costume and Sterling pieces as well as a 14K White Gold Ring with Diamond. Coins to include a large amount of Morgan and Peace Dollars, Bulk 90% Silver, $10.00 Liberty Gold, $2.50 Gold, 1/10 ounce Gold, Bulk Lincoln Cents, misc. Slabbed Coins, etc. Approx. 250 lots.

09/01-02/18, ADAMSTOWN, SAT & SUN 7 AM-4 PM, China, Glassware, Silver, Rt 897 S, Shupp's Grove Antique Market

WISCONSIN 09/01-02/18, ANTIGO, FRI, Holiday Antique & Flea Market, Langlade County Fairgrounds

07/23/18, YORK, MON 9 AM, Antiques, collectibles, furniture, glassware, china, jewelry, two rooms of box lots, Toomey Auction Center 240 Hatchery Rd, Toomey Auction Service Inc.

07/24/18, LANSDALE, LIVE 10 AM ONLINE 1 PM, Toys,slot cars, trains, diecast, models, R/C & collectibles, The Archive Building 725 W 2nd St, Ruth's Toys & Pop Culture LLC

Jewelry, Coins & Currency

08/25-26/18, ADAMSTOWN, SAT & SUN 7 AM-4 PM, Native American, Fossils, Rocks, Gems & Minerals, Rt 897 S, Shupp's Grove Antique Market

VIRGINIA 07/21-22/18, CHANTILLY, SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, DC Big Flea & Antiques Market, 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center, Dulles Expo Center

07/21/18, YORK, SAT 9 AM, Collection of cast iron door stops, banks, bookends, door knockers & other cast iron items, antique & vintage toys & trains & much more, York Fairgrounds John Paige & Smith Bldg 334 Carlisle Ave, Rentzels Auction Service Inc.

Bid live or online at 13% Buyer’s Premium discounted to 10% w/cash. Call 717-687-7018 for details.

in your shop. Call 1-800-800-1833 Ext. 2541

Auctioneers Christian Stoltzfus Leon Stoltzfus Levi Fisher Moses King



MAINE 08/04-05/18, UNION, SAT 9-5 SUN 9-4, Antiques Festival, 1 Fairgrounds Ln, Fairgrounds

Antiques & Auction News — July 20, 2018 - - 7


THURSDAY, JULY 26 ~ 6-8 P.M.


S. Seem Antiques & Artisans in Historic Bath, PA will be hosting an “S. Seem Roadshow”. The public is invited to bring 2 antique items to be appraised, at no charge, by veteran antiques dealers. S. Seem is a 2-story Antique Co-Op housed in an 1840 brick building at




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Final Thursday of each month come and enjoy our Special Events with live music, food and wine.



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Bel Air Auction Gallery Consignment Auction Every Fri. 6:00 PM Monthly Antique Auction First Sat. Of Each Month 13 Ellendale St., Bel Air, MD 1-800-451-BIDS


LEBANON, PA 17046 Auctions Thurs. 1 P.M. For Information Phone (717) 272-7078

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10:00 A.M. (Preview at 9 A.M.) Antiques - Collectibles - Lionel and other Trains - Designer Clothing & Accessories.


Next Lancaster Show - Saturday, March 2, 2019

R013369 Auctioneer, Les Beyer - PA Lic. #AU005908 - 484-886-2811

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AT 10 A.M. Preview at 8 A.M.

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Early Bird Admission: $10.00 - 8:00 A.M.

Hellertown, PA 18055

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Stephenson’s Auction

105 Chapel Street


Amoss & Freeman, Auctioneers



5 Miles N. Of Williamsport



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Summer Auctions Every Other Thursday Starting 9 A.M. Preview 8 A.M.

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I’m Kirk Douglas! Great Movies And Memorabilia Hollywood Archives By William J. Felchner Kirk Douglas is an American institution. Actor, producer, director and author, Douglas made his big, lasting mark as the former, appearing in over 90 motion pictures during his illustrious Hollywood career. Born Issur Danielovitch in Amsterdam, New York, on Dec. 9, 1916, Kirk Douglas made his film debut as Walter O’Neill in “The Strange Love of Martha Ivers” (1946) opposite Barbara Stanwyck, Van Heflin and Lizabeth Scott. From there it was on to bigger and better things, with Douglas eventually establishing himself as one of Hollywood’s greatest stars. Here are 10 of Kirk Douglas’s greatest films and the classic memorabilia they generated for today’s fans and collectors. “Champion” (1949). Directed by Mark Robson, “Champion” remains one of the finest boxing movies ever made. The athletic Kirk Douglas (a former star wrestler at St. Lawrence University) plays Midge Kelly, a young, ambitious boxer who rises to the top of the fight game. “I can beat ’em, the fat bellies with their stinking cigars,” a dying Douglas famously bellows following his final bout in the ring. “Champion” delivered Kirk Douglas his first Academy

Award nomination for Best Actor. As befitting such a bravura performance, look to the movie’s superb insert poster (14-by-36 inches), which features the come-on tagline, “Every woman goes for a Champion.” One example in very fine+ condition sold at auction for $126.50. “Detective Story” (1951). Kirk Douglas stars as the jaded, hardboiled Jim McLeod, a police detective at New York’s 21st Precinct. William Wyler expertly directed, with Eleanor Parker and William Bendix along for the harrowing ride into the subterranean depths of law and order. The film’s colorful French Grande poster (47-by-62.5 inches) offers outstanding graphics, with Kirk Douglas and Eleanor Parker expertly captured by illustrator Roger Soubie in their agonizing struggle to save their marriage. One example in fine/very fine condition brought a top bid of $191.20 at auction. “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” (1954). Based on the Jules Verne classic and brought to the silver screen by Walt Disney Productions, “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” features Kirk Douglas as sailor Ned Land, who with fellow overboard survivors Professor Aronnax (Paul Lukas) and Conseil (Peter Lorre) encounter the mysterious Captain Nemo (James Mason)

A British Quad poster for “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” (1954) sold for $956. with his half-brother Eric (Tony Curtis) over the love of the captured Christian Princess Morgana (Janet Leigh). A set of eight theater lobby cards from “The Vikings” features various scenes from the movie, including the climactic sword fight between Kirk Douglas and Tony Curtis. One set in fine+ condition sold for $93.21 at auction. “Spartacus” (1960). Kirk Douglas has the title role as the Thracian slave and gladiator who leads a revolt against the mighty Roman Empire in the year 73 B.C. Once again the athletic Douglas is at his best, including one outstanding scene where he and fellow gladiator Draba (Woody Strode) fight to the death in the Roman Coliseum. In yet

another famous scene, a Roman general announces that all recaptured slaves will be spared crucifixion if the slave called Spartacus is identified. A shackled Spartacus then stands, and before he can identify himself, Antoninus (Tony Curtis) rises also and shouts “I’m Spartacus!,” only to be followed by a crescendo of other vanquished slaves who echo the same line in a show of loyalty to their leader. Unable to distinguish who the real Spartacus is, the Romans proceed with the mass crucifixion of the slave army. As befitting a $12 million historical epic, “Spartacus” produced a wealth of outstanding promotional material. One of the finest posters produced is the international

An insert poster from “The Final An insert poster for “Champion” Countdown” (1980) sold for $65.73. (1949) brought $126.50 at auction. Land No Picture Ever Dared on the high seas. Cross Before!” One slightly A big draw for science fic- restored example on linen in tion collectors, “20,000 very fine+ condition brought Leagues Under the Sea” offers $406.30 at auction. a wealth of outstanding mem“The Vikings” (1958). One orabilia. The British Quad of the more rousing films of poster (30-by-40 inches) is his career, “The Vikings” stars one such draw, with one Kirk Douglas as Einar, a example in very fine+ condi- coarse, battling, red-blooded Continued on page 11 tion selling for $956 at auction. Norseman who locks horns “Paths of Glory” (1957). Set in the slaughter that was World War I, Kirk Douglas plays French Army officer Colonel Dax, who is ordered to lead a suicidal charge into no man’s land on a foreboding piece of real estate known as the Anthill. Directed by Session 1: Live Auction (No Internet Bidding) - 10 A.M. Stanley Kubrick, “Paths of Session 2: Online Auction - 1 P.M. Glory” also features Ralph Preview Monday, July 23rd 12 Noon-6 P.M. & Day of Sale 8 A.M.-1 P.M. Meeker, Adolphe Menjou and Location: The Archive Building, 725 West 2nd Street, 19446 George Macready. 267-644-6287 ALWAYS ACCEPTING QUALITY CONSIGNMENTS! The picture’s standard Listing w/Photos Available at one-sheet poster (27-by-41 Trains Incl. Lionel w/Mixed HO & NOS N Scale. 1960’s Model Kits in Box w/Johan, Aurora & AMT. Sealed & Unbuilt inches) is a visually powerful Model Kits Incl. Auto, Military & Aircraft. Hobby Shop NOS Incl. Balsa Wood & K&S Metal. Rare Hoosier Whirlwind one, featuring Kirk Douglas Airplane Motor. R/C Engines & Parts w/NOS Car, Boat & Airplane Hardware. NOS Balsa Airplane Kits. Diecast leading his men into battle Incl. Vtg. Matchbox, Ertl, 1st Gear & Franklin/Danbury Mint. NOS Model Rockets & Acc. Many HO Slot Cars Incl. along with the blurb, “It T-Jet, AFX & Tyco w/ NOS Parts. 1/24 Duesenberg Slot Car Kit. Vtg. Toys Incl. 12” GI Joe, Rock Em Sock Em Robots Explodes In The No-Man’s & Pressed Steel. Figurines Incl. Ron Lee Collection, B&G & Danbury Mint. Black Americana w/Goliwog Enamel


Pins & 1850 Songbook. Huge Selection of Collectibles Incl. Comic Books, Action Figures, Dolls & Miniatures, Hess Trucks, Video Games, Vtg. Magazines, Children’s Books, Posters, Rock ‘n Roll Programs, Disney, Board Games, Sportscards, Vtg. Holiday & Terms: 12% Buyer’s Premium for In-House & Day of Sale Pick-Ups. 15% Buyer’s Premium for Online Advertising w/Dale Earnhardt & Bidders. 6% PA Sales Tax Where Applicable. We Harley-Davidson Collections. Accept Cash, Check, Major Credit Cards & Paypal.

A one-sheet poster for “Paths of Glory” An international one-sheet poster from “Spartacus” (1960) sold for $776.75. (1957) brought $406.30 at auction.



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Block #1 At 8:00 A.M. Misc. sporting goods and hunting supplies to include lots of ammo, clips and misc. items. Block #1 12:00 Noon Cataloged items to include rifles, revolvers, pistols & shotguns. Highlights to include collection 8 Winchester commemoratives in boxes - Remington 760-D peerless (new in box) - Factory engraved S&W 19 357 w/presentation case - S&W 29 - 2 44 4” w/presentation case - Collection of (3) Ruger #1s - Rare H&R U.S.R.A. 22 LR - Several Kimbers - S&W 629 Carteck 44 - S&W 629 44 6½” - S&W 686 357 8½” - Winchester 88 284 carbine - Winchester 88 Pre 64 284 - Parker VH 16 ga. and many more. Online bidding available at

A set of eight lobby cards from “The Vikings” (1958) sold for $93.21.

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Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates Hosts Successful Two-Day Americana And Fine Antiques Auction Joseph Ives Wall Clock Brings $17,550 The Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates Americana and Fine Antiques Auction on June 22 and 23 was a highly successful event and produced robust prices, along with a few surprises, in multiple categories. The two-day format

consisted of 1,210 lots of high-quality material, and, in several cases, had descended directly in the families of the original o w n e r s . Bidding was i n t e n s e throughout each day, with over 8,900 regis- The Stirewalt family paint-decorated diminutive box sold for tered bidders $38,025. from 26 counselection of tries participating in-house diverse Americana and fine antiques, and online. Session one on June 22 was including an important pridevoted exclusively to the dis- vate collection of American persal of the extensive person- flags and political textiles, several categories al research library of the late with Ivor Noel Hume (1927-2017), demonstrating signs of vigor distinguished scholar, author, in what can be an unpreand former director of the dictable market. The top lot Department of Archaeological for the weekend was a rare Research at Colonial and important anti-slavery Williamsburg. With volumes flag banner with a history of ranging from the 17th to 21st having been flown at an 1861 centuries, the Hume collection abolitionist convention in is believed to have been one of Rochester, N.Y. At $46,800, the the finest archaeological iconic object sparked wideresearch libraries ever assem- ranging interest, and, after bled. The large selection of heated bidding, went on the to dealer Jeff obscure and highly specialized phone publications offered in the sale Bridgman, who was very excitgarnered interest from institu- ed to acquire this historic textions and individuals alike, tile that he had been chasing with many of the latter in for nearly two decades. Other search of a small memento noteworthy flag offerings from the collection of a semi- from the featured private colnal figure in the study of early lection included a fine Henry Clay 1844 campaign flag banAmerican material culture. This Haida carved and painted cedar Session two on June 23 ner ($26,910) and a hand-sewn totem pole sold for $19,890. consisted of the firm’s usual 17-star national flag with a

The Joseph Ives wall clock sold for $17,550. War of 1812 history that sold for $23,400. All prices reported include a 17 percent buyers premium. Session two also featured an excellent selection of American furniture and folk art, which included a number of Shenandoah Valley and other Southern objects. The most hotly contested item in these categories was a fine Stirewalt family (New Market, Va.) paint-decorated yellow pine diminutive box. Descended directly in the consignor’s family and fresh to the market, the petite form,

under heavy bidding, soared past its estimate range to land at $38,025. Another significant Southern object to cross the block over the weekend was a Piedmont North Carolina paint-decorated yellow pine jelly cupboard. Also with family history, the untouched cupboard brought $10,530, selling to the trade. Other folk art forms performed equally well, most notably a Northwest Coast Haida carved and painted cedar totem pole of diminutive size. This highlydecorated piece had been acquired by Massachusetts Sen. Marcus Allen Coolidge (1865-1947) on a 1920 trip to Alaska and had since descended directly in the family to the present consignor. The most widely viewed item in the entire auction, the rare Native American object shattered its estimate range many times over to finish at $19,890. A small selection of rare clocks also performed well in the sale, particularly a fine Joseph Ives (American, 17821862) mahogany and tiger

This Piedmont North Carolina paintdecorated jelly cupboard sold for $10,530. maple mirror or “looking glass” wall clock. Retaining an early surface, the commanding timepiece captivated several phone and internet bidders, who pushed it all the way to $17,550, possibly an auction record for the form. The session also featured a selection of over 100 antiquarian maps and prints deaccessioned by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation with Continued on page 11


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Antiques & Auction News — July 20, 2018 - - 11 for $21. “In Harm’s Continued from page 9 Way” (1965). Kirk one-sheet (26.5-by-39 inches), Douglas (a former 126 WHITE OAK DRIVE, 17406 which features the famous Kirk naval officer durDouglas/Woody Strode gladia- ing World War II AT 10:00 A.M. tor scene. One example on who saw action in 12 NOON REAL ESTATE 12 NOON linen in fine/very fine condi- the South Pacific) Three Bedroom White Brick Rancher. Kitchen, Dining Room, Full Basement. Attached Single Garage. Bath. tion brought $776.75 at auction. teams up with big Hardwood Floors & More. Air Conditioned. “Seven Days in May” (1964). John Wayne in OPEN HOUSE IS SUNDAY, JULY 15, 2018 FROM 1 TILL 3 P.M. Directed by John this sprawling OR CALL GARY AT (717) 318-8586 FOR A SPECIAL TIME. Frankenheimer, “Seven Days in war drama set in 10% Down Day Of Sale & Balance Within 45 Days For Settlement. Offered At 12 Noon. Seller: David A. Jacobs. May” is a teeth-rattling politi- the aftermath of ANTIQUES: Large Oak China Closet, Having Pronounced Claw Feet; Square Oak Table, Six Oak High cal thriller whereby Air Force the Japanese Back Chairs, Wrought Iron Tea Cart, Cast-Iron Wraparound Tree Bench, White Marble Top Stand, Eastlake General James Mattoon Scott attack at Pearl Chocolate Marble Top Dresser, 4 Wash Benches, Mortised Foot (Fancy Cutouts), 2 Double Glass Door (Burt Lancaster) and his allies Harbor. Douglas Bookcases, Full Shade GWTW Lamp, Original Cloth & Wood Floor Lamp, Painting On Reverse Half Shade conspire to overthrow the U.S. plays a troubled, Lamp, Deco Lamp With Green Ball Shade, Old Clocks, 2 Kerosene Wall Brackets w/Mirror Backs Lamps, Much Lamp Supplies, Dolls, Toys, Ventriloquist Character Dolls, 2 Howdy Doody To 2 Jerry Mahony & government. Uncovering the unsavory navy More, Bye-Lo Doll, & More. Barbies Dolls In Trunks, Child’s Wooden Wheelbarrow, Lone Ranger On His plot is Marine Colonel Martin officer name Paul Horse, Uncle Wiggily Coll., Child’s Hohner Accordion, Compo. To Jointed To China To Bisque & Vinyl Dolls, “Jiggs” Casey (Kirk Douglas), Eddington, a forCast Iron: (Banks, Gypsy, Three Store Scales, Left-Headed Sm. Bulldog, Beck’s Milk Treasures, Griswold who alerts the embattled mer naval aviator Cast-Iron Waffle Maker, Vintage Clothes, Materials, Tablecloths, Many Ladies’ Hankies, Linens, Readable President Jordan Lyman who later meets a Feed Bags, Sheep Skins, Beanie With Pinback Badges, Bone China Dogs, Books, Books Of Reference To (Fredric March). Antiques, Jewelry, 1950’s Fishing Badges, Large Set Of Corelle, Adv., Seven Bathing Beauties, Six Tune fiery death while Antique Music Box, Music Box Collection, Many Pictures & Some Are Signed, Many Just Picture Frames, The movie’s standard one- on an unauthoFrameable Pictures, Vintage Feathers, Assorted Rugs & Carpets, Wood Box, Quilts, Red Ladies’ Hats, sheet poster (27-by-41 inches) rized reconnais- A one-sheet poster from “The War Wagon” (1967) Victorian Table Top, Croquet Set, Large Set Of Austrian China & More. is still affordable. It’s a real sance mission brought $119.50 at auction. Auctioneer: GARY GLADFELTER #345 Sellers: PERSONAL PROPERTY & ANTIQUES doozy, prominently para- searching for the (717) 318-8586 LOU & SHIRLEY METCALF phrasing the famous Kirk Japanese fleet. The film’s big and Douglas plus a wild attack All Day Sale. Cash Or Honorable Check. No Buyer’s Premium. No Sales Tax. Douglas line: “I’m suggesting, three sheet poster (41-by-81 on the heavily fortified war Go To #1013 For Pictures & More Listings. Mr. President, there’s a mili- inches) is a collector favorite. wagon – “The War Wagon Rolls All Announcements Made Day Of Sale Supersede All Printed Materials. Preview: 1 HR. PRIOR AUCTION tary plot to take over the One example in fine condition And The Screen Explodes!” Government of these United brought a top bid of $64.53 at blares the tagline. One examStates next Sunday.” One auction. ple in very fine condition example in fine/very fine “The War Wagon” (1967). rolled to a top bid of $119.50 at condition sold at auction Kirk Douglas and Duke Wayne auction. “The Final Countdown” reunited in 1967 to YORK EXPO CENTER John & Paige Smith Building make the western (1980). In this science fiction adventure “The War thriller, Kirk Douglas plays 334 Carlisle Ave., Wagon.” Douglas Captain Matt Yelland, the 520 Cataloged Lots plays hired gun skipper of the super carrier Lomax, a former U.S.S. Nimitz. Through a freak adversary who is electromagnetic storm, the 9:00 A.M. recruited by rancher Nimitz and its crew are hurled Preview Fri., July 20, 5-7 P.M. and ex-convict Taw back in time to Dec. 6, 1941 – Huge Collection of Cast-Iron Doorstops, Banks, Jackson (John the day before the Japanese Bookends, Door Knockers and other Cast-Iron Items, Wayne) to steal a attack at Pearl Harbor. Also Lots of Ant. & Vintage Toys & Trains & Much More. shipment of gold on hand for the ride back into Terms: 20% Buyer’s Premium for in-house check owned by corrupt time-space are Martin Sheen, website for online bidding terms. Ross, James businessman Frank Katharine Pierce (Bruce Cabot). Farentino, Ron O’Neal and The standard Charles Durning. The film’s insert poster (14one sheet poster (27by-41 inches) more by-36 inches) is a big favorite than fits the collec- with time travel movie collector’s bill. tors and Kirk Douglas fans. A French Grande poster for “Detective Story” (1951) Prominently featur- “…This Is The U.S.S. sold for $191.20. ing both the Duke Nimitz…Where The Hell Are We?…” reads the tagline as the carrier is pictured engulfed in a nightmarish storm. One example in rolled very fine condition sold at auction for Continued from page 10 merchandise offered. In addiRENTZELS AUCTION S SERVICE INC. $65.73. proceeds to benefit the muse- tion, the auction was 98.5 perAuctioneer: Dave Conley AU-003269L 717-577-1886 Auction results and images um’s collections and acquisi- cent unreserved, so the results are courtesy of Heritage tions funds. There were sever- are a true and honest gauge of Auctions, Dallas, Texas. al examples from the William the current market. We already C. Wooldridge collection, pub- have a number of exciting conlished in “Mapping Virginia: signments in house for our From the Age of Exploration to next Americana auction, the Civil War.” Top lot from the including a fine selection of map offerings was a so-called late 18th/early 19th century “Beaver Map” (ca. 1715) depict- Staffordshire figures deaccesby Colonial ing eastern North America (ca. sioned Shenandoah 1715) by Herman Moll (British, Williamsburg, TH AUCTION: • 10 A.M. d. 1732). Despite condition Valley long rifles from another th issues, the rare cartographic Virginia institution, and sever(Box lots 8-10 a.m. weather permitting) Preview: Friday, July 27 , 2018. 12 Noon-6 P.M. work with pictorial detail sold al rare quilts from the Museum Sova Location: 218 East Market Street, 17403 of Early Southern Decorative for $6,435. Q & A 717-755-8954 “This sale generated Arts. Combined with the anticrobust interest across the ipated sale of the Alvina Elgin National 28” Double Wheel Coffee Mill, 19th C. Apothecary cabinets, Country store showcase, Stickley drop front desk & glass door cabinet, Falkler originals, Native American art (ACEE Blue board, from bidders near and Breckel estate collection of Eagle), pottery & jewelry, Virgil Sova Spanish scene original painting, G-Gauge Lionel 408E train & far. Our in-house crowd was early American glass, our Nov. parlor cars, vintage & 1920s clothing, walking canes, toys, marbles, strong, resulting in over 160 8, 9, and 10 auction promises early kitchenware, candy containers & advertising tins, knives & tools, bid numbers being issued to to be a spectacular event,” carved birds, decoys, railroad lanterns, Asian, designer Christmas, comic books, sterling silver tea set & trophies, German WWII helmets & real bodies, and we saw a said company president and insignias, swords, split oak basket, Pepsi 10 thermometer & cooler, castFalkler large percentage of items walk auctioneer Jeffrey S. Evans foliron skillets, gumball machine, a banjo, Walt Disney & Elvis items, antique out the door on sale day. 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Michener Art Museum Presents Exhibition Recognizing Lenfest Family Legacy

ESTATE AUCTION SATURDAY, JULY 21 AT 8:30 A.M. 320 West Laurel Street, TREMONT, PA 17981

“American Moderns: The Legacy of Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest” On View Until Oct. 21

Offering up the Estate of Karl P. Moyer. A longtime resident of Tremont and the Postmaster, Karl was an avid auction goer. This is a very interesting auction with a diverse collection of antiques and collectibles both new and old. This auction will be of interest to the collector and re-sellers as there will be individual, bulk offerings, and box lots!

This summer, the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pa., is presenting “American Moderns: The Legacy of Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest,” an exhibition that showcases the remarkable gifts of the Lenfest family and explores their lasting impact on the museum’s legacy. “American Moderns” will be on view through Oct. 21. “In creating this exhibition, we wanted to draw attention not only to the generosity of remarkable collectors such as the Lenfests, but also to the lasting contributions of artists in this region to the evolution of 20th-century art,” said Louise Feder, who curated the exhibition. “We felt it was particularly appropriate to do so by mounting this special exhibition in the Michener’s 30th anniversary year.” At the cusp of the 20th century, artists began to rebel against traditional modes of

Collectables, Pers. Prop., Furniture: Farm, Mining, Industrial, Many vintage prints (Bessie Peace Gutmann, et. al.), Postal Items, Stamps & Coins (1882 GSA CC & bulk), Local Memorabilia, Milk Bottles, Creamers, Egg Cups, Disney, Barbie, Cabbage Patch, FisherPrice, Buddy L, Tonka, Boyds Bears, Beanie Babies, Vintage Auto lights - lenses and bezels, Character Glasses, McD & BK, German China & Vases, Breweriana, Tools, Books, Comics, Sheet Music, NASCAR Jim Beam Train Decanters, Globe Card Catalog, Child size furniture, microwave, Kirby Vacuum, Wheelchair & Walker, Vintage White Kitchen Cabinets. These are general descriptions with different quantities and conditions in all types. Auctioneer’s Note: We are still discovering as we clear attic and eaves, pictures tell the story. We will be selling w/2 auctioneers for a period as coins will be sold after garage items (approx. 10 A.M.) while box lots are sold elsewhere. Contact Ed at 570-573-0411 or email to: R013235

Many photos under Dietrich’s Auction Service at #1242.

Selling For: Vinnie Moyer Auctioneers: Edwin Dietrich (3936-L) & Lynn Dietrich (1464-L)

Say You Saw It In Antiques & Auction News The Charles Evans painting, “Yellow Extraction,” ca. 1952, is an oil-on-canvas, 40-by-46 inches, courtesy of the James A. Michener Art Museum, gift of Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest. these painters experimented with such modernist trends as Cubism, Futurism, Surrealism, Biomorphism, Synchromism, Precisionism, and Neo-Plasticism. Along with the exhibition, the Michener Art Museum will present a series of programs to include a musical performance by Phyllis Chapell and SIORA at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30, and a lecture by Jessica T. Smith,

Susan Gray Detweiler curator of American Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 2. “American Moderns: The Legacy of Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest” is supported by Mary and Dennis Helf and Judy and Seth Blau. For more information and to purchase tickets in advance, readers may visit

The Charles F. Ramsey oil-on-canvas, “Ladies in the Valley,” ca. 1925, is 18-by40 inches and courtesy of the James A. Michener Art Museum, gift of Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest.





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Dining room, living room, bedroom and kitchen furniture, rockers, sofas, leather sofa & lounge, 2 folding bar stools, tables & chairs, mirrors, lamps, rattan glass top table w/4 chairs, rugs, quilt frame, trunk, blanket chest, early 1800’s Somerset Co. pine chest, curio cabinet, 20 pcs. of Vaseline glass, cranberry & other opalescent pcs., milk glass, Pyrex, sweepers, Longaberger® baskets, golf clubs, many BB cards, electronics, Technics, Kenwood & Sony speakers, sm. kitchen appliances, sets of china, beaded bag, 14K, sterling & costume jewelry, clocks, lots of Christmas & other holiday decor, tin dollhouse, antique oval picture frames w/portraits, toys, Buckley Moss print & other pictures and prints, luggage, bottles, Christmas houses, records, CDs, early tin ice chest, blackboard, seeder, playpen, Craftsman bandsaw/sander, many power, hand and garden tools, two rooms of box lots. Just starting to unpack. Preview: Sunday evening from 6 to 8 P.M. Jewelry sells at 12 noon, Furniture sells at 4:00 P.M. TERMS: CASH OR APPROVED PA CHECK, VISA, MC, DISC, AMEX.


The R.A.D. Miller oil-on-canvas, “Rooftops, New Hope,” ca. 1931, is 20-by-24 inches and courtesy of the James A. Michener Art Museum, gift of Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest.

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expression and exhibition. Although the Delaware Valley region is frequently associated with Impressionism, the area also launched some of the most important developments that transformed American art—the roots of the Ashcan School, the leading proponents of Precisionist painting, and some of the first artists to explore non-objective painting. A significant gift of 33 works from Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest enabled the Michener Art Museum to highlight the significant contributions to the development of modern art in America as seen through the prism of our region. Artists such as Charles Frederick Ramsey, Louis Stone, Charles Evans, Lloyd Ney, and Charles Rosen were actively engaged in the artistic dialogue that resulted in major shifts in American art at mid-century. Influenced by the innovative achievements of the European avant-garde,


COIN & CURRENCY AUCTION The Antonio Pietro Martino oil-on-canvas, “Essington Dock,” is 30-by-40 inches and courtesy of the James A. Michener Art Museum, gift of Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest.


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Grouping Of Chinese Huanghuali Furniture Brings Over $147,000 Clars Auction Gallery’s June 16 and 17 sale was highlighted by exceptional offerings in Asian art and antiques with an impressive selection of Chinese huanghuali furniture drawing bidders and collectors from around the globe. Notable prices were also achieved on offerings in fine art and timepieces. Asian Art and Antiques The global demand for rare Chinese huanghuali furniture was evidenced throughout the two-day sale, with the eight pieces offered

realizing over $147,000. The top lot of this selection was a Chinese huanghuali low table inset with three floating panels that surpassed its high estimate, selling for $51,425. Coming in second was a painting table inset with two floating panels that sold for $39,325, followed by a wine table that outperformed its high estimate, earning $29,040. The next lot, a Chinese huanghuali armchair, soared to twice high estimate, selling for $20,570. In Asian fine art, the top seller was a Chinese scroll

attributed to Zhang Daqian (Chinese 1899-1983). Titled “Lotus,” this ink-and-color on paper sold for $24,200. In calligraphy, an ink-onpaper by Yu Youren (Chinese, 1879-1964) sold for over high estimate at $12,100. A selection of 12 Himalayan painted thangkas depicting various Buddhas and bodhisattva performed impressively as well. In all, the selection realized $28,350, with the top lot being the thangka, “Padmasambhavcome,” which flew past high estimate to bring $7,865. A nice surprise was a Chinese underglaze blue celadon ground vase that was expected to sell for $1,200. This bidding opened at $400, but within minutes, it realized an exciting $11,495. Rounding out the successful Asian category was a temple-sized SinoTibetan Buddha of Shakyamuni that sold for $9,680. Fine Art This Chinese scroll attributed to Zhang A colorful abstract painting by Syed Haider Raza The star in fine Daqian (Chinese 1899-1983), titled (Indian, 1922-2016), titled “Sentier,” 1963, flew past art was the colorful high estimate to sell for $33,275. “Lotus,” sold for $24,200. abstract painting

The highlight of the Chinese huanghuali offerings was this low table inset with three floating panels that sold for $51,425.

This Chinese huanghuali armchair soared to twice high estimate, fetching $20,570. (oil-on-masonite) by Syed Haider Raza (Indian, 1922- This set of 1898 Sweden 20 Kronor gold coins KM#748 sold for $6,655. 2016). Titled “Sentier,” 1963, it sold for $33,275. By French artist Edouard Leon Cortes (1882-1969), his oil-on-canvas titled “Le Marche aux Fleur Derriere L’Eglise” achieved $24,200. In scultpures, the top seller was the work in bronze titled “Nightfall,” 2010, by Richard MacDonald (American, b. 1946), which sold for $26,000. In graphics, the rare complete set of screenprints by This rare complete set of screenprints by Robert Indiana (American, Continued on page 15 1928–2018), titled “Numbers Suite,” 1968, performed well, selling for $8,470.

FIREARM & MILITARIA AUCTION Antique & Modern Guns – Military – Collectible – Sporting

WWII Japanese Type 14 Pistols

HARRISBURG, PA 17104 SUNDAY, July 29th at 10 A.M. Preview 8 A.M. through Auction 1500 Paxton Street,

Military Patches

Antique Handguns

Deactivated Bren MKII Light Machine Gun WWII Handguns German and Russian

ANTIQUE: Colt 1849 Pocket Revolver Cal. 31, Manhattan Firearms Series II Navy Type Revolver, U.S. Springfield M1884 Trapdoor Rifle w/Bayonet, Winchester Model 1873 Cal. 38, “Zulu” Trapdoor 12 GA. Shotgun, HY Tolley 12 GA. Double Barrel Shotgun, Janssen Son & Co. 12 GA. Double Barrel Shotgun, Belgian Flobert Single Shot Cal. 22 Rifle, T. Parker Double Barrel 12 GA. Shotgun, U.S. Springfield M1878 Trapdoor Rifle w/Bayonet, 19th C. Kentucky A.H. Armstrong Rifle Cal. 40, W.C. Scott & Son Double Barrel 12 GA Shotgun, U.S. Springfield M1884 Trapdoor Rifle, 1862 U.S. Springfield Training/Dummy Musket, C.G. Bonehill Double Barrel 12 GA. Shotgun. MILITARY LONG GUNS: Sportized Eddystone Model of 1917 Cal. 30-06, Sportized Winchester Model of 1917 Cal. 30-06, Yugoslavian SKS M59/66 Cal. 7.62x39, Deactivated Bren MKII Light Machine Gun Cal. 303, Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant Cal. 7.62x54R, Czech VZ-24 Mauser Rifle by BRNO Cal. 8mm, British Enfield No. 5 MKI(F) Jungle Carbine, British Lee Enfield B.S.A.Co SHT LE III Cal. 303, British Lee Enfield MA Lithgow S.M. LE II Cal. 303, British Lee Enfield RFI 2A1 Cal. 7.62x51mm, U.S. Property Enfield No. 4 MKI Cal. 303 British, WaffenWerke Brünn AG Mod. 98 Mauser Cal. 8mm, Yugoslavian Zastava M48A Mauser Cal. 8mm, French Berthier Mle M16 Carbine w/Bayonet, Russian M91/30 Mosin Nagant w/Hex Receiver, Winchester Model of 1917 Cal. 30-06, Soviet M91/30 Mosin Nagant Sniper Rifle, World War II Springfield M1 Garand Cal. 30-06, Rare Iranian Model 1949 Carbine Cal. 8mm Mauser, Finnish VKT M39 Mosin Nagant Cal. 7.62x54R, Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Cal. 7.7mm, Swiss Schmidt Rubin K31 Rifle - 7.5 Swiss Cal., US Springfield Model 1898 Cal. 30-40 Krag. MILITARY HANDGUNS: Japanese Type 14 Nambu Pistol Cal. 8mm, Mauser Model C96 “Red Nine” Broomhandle Pistol, Smith & Wesson US Army Model 1917 Cal. 45, JP Sauer & Sohn Suhl Model 38H Cal. 7.65mm/.32 ACP, Russian M1895 Nagant Cal. 7.623x38R Revolver, Enfield MK I No 2 British Military Revolver, Webley Mark V Cal. 455 British Military Revolver, Colt Official Police Model 38-200 Revolver, World War II Walther PP Police Cal. 7.65 mm. COLLECTIBLE: Winchester American Bald Eagle Gold Model, Sequential Pair American Bald Eagle Silver Models, Francotte Special Order Engraved Knock About Gun. NIB FIREARMS COLLECTION: 100+ 1970’s to 1980’s old new stock. Handguns incl. Smith & Wesson, Ruger, Colt. Long guns incl. Remington, Browning, Winchester, Ruger, Sako/Finland, Anschutz. New in box. Never fired. Featuring Winchester collectible firearms (Crazy Horse Mod. 94 Comm, Canadian/Pacific Mod. 94, John Wayne, Wells Fargo, Annie Oakley, Antler Game, Legend Frontiersman, and Oliver F. Winchester). LONG GUNS: Rifles: Winchester, Thompson Center Arms, Savage, Valmet, Stevens, Iver Johnson, Ruger, Marlin, Remington, Ithaca. Shotguns: Ithaca, Remington, Browning, Stevens, Springfield, Ranger, Sears & Roebuck, Harrington & Richardson, Mossberg. HANDGUNS: Bersa, Harington & Richardson, Colt, High Standard, National Arms Co., Ruger, Dan Wesson, Competition Arms Inc., Thompson Center Arms, Taurus, Smith & Wesson, Beretta. EDGED WEAPONS: Rare Chinese Armed Police Retractable Knife, US Model 1918 Trench knife by LF&C, Japanese Type 32 1899 Pattern NCO Gunto Sword, WWII Japanese Army NCO Shin-Gunto Katana, WWII Japanese Type 30 Bayonet w/Metal Scabbard, WWII German Army Officer’s Dagger - WKC Solingen, Danish Model 1867 Yataghan Bayonet First Model, German M1898/05 Butcher Bayonet w/Scabbard, Swiss M1918 Bayonet - Waffenfabrik Neuhausen, Utica Cutlery U.S. M1 Garand Bayonet & Scabbard, Winchester Model 1917 Enfield Bayonet w/Scabbard, WWII Japanese Arisaka Type 30 Bayonets. KNIFE COLLECTION: 500+ Pcs. Fixed blade and folding knives. Case incl. machete, Tested, XX, Lightning “S”, Dots and newer. Stag, bone handled and more. MILITARY COLLECTIBLES: U.S. Military Patches Collection, Native American Arrowhead Collection, Rare Harrington & Richardson MK1 British Flare Gun, Rare USS Oklahoma Battleship General Directions, World War II German Militaria (medals, tinnies, pins, buttons, insignia), Named WWII U.S. NCO Medical Corps Footlocker. ART: Antique Pre-WWI German Shooting Trophy Award, Duck Hunting Decoys, Carl Forslund Carved Wooden Folk Art Birds, Signed Prints by Paul McGehee/Don Stevens/Ned Smith, Brown Trout Fly Fishing Painting. OTHER: Duck Boat w/Walt Disney Provenance, Rare Daisy No. 104 Double Barrel BB Gun, 1,000 Pcs. Military Challenge Coins, Custom Handmade WWII Willys MB Jeep Go-Kart.

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WII Japanese Swords

USS Oklahoma Battleship General Directions

Grenade Rifle

Case Knives US Military Challenge Coins

Winchester American Bald Eagle Gold Model

Custom WWII Willys MB Jeep Go-Cart

Native American Arrowhead Collection

Pre WWI German Shooting Award

Duck Decoys

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Bird’s Eye View: Maps And Natural History Soar At Swann First Official Map To Delineate The Exact Boundaries Of Pennsylvania, By Reading Howell, 1792, Sold For $5,980 Swann Galleries’ auction of maps and atlases, natural history and color plate books on June 7 brought to market landmarks from the history of cartography and ornithology. The nearly 400 lots traced important developments in science and natural history, especially in North America. Leading the auction was the hand-colored elephant plate of “Fish Hawk” from John James Audubon’s “Birds of America,” 1830, at $68,750. Audubon works, as well as those generally related to birds, performed well overall, achieving three of the top five highest prices in the sale. Another highlight was the first octavo edition of a complete subscriber’s copy of “Birds of America,” 1840-44, which was purchased by a collector for $22,500. By delightful coincidence, all three of the most important “Beaver Maps” were in the sale and performed well. Nicolas de Fer’s “L’Amerique Divisee Selon Letendue de ses Principales Parties,” 1713, colloquially known as the “Original Beaver Map,” was the first major map to include an engraved cartouche of beavers in the wilderness. It was purchased by a collector for $30,000. The beaver motif was emulated and popularized

later by Herman Moll in his circa 1735 atlas, “The World Described,” on the spread depicting New England, which came to be known as “The Beaver Map” for its ubiquity ($22,500). Finally, “The Dutch Beaver Derivative,” the moniker given to Henri Chatelain’s 1719 long “Carte Tres Curieuse de la Mer du Sud,” reached $9,375. Important postRevolutionary American maps included the first 1827 issue of Herman Boye’s “Map of the State of Virginia” to come to auction in more than 50 years, which sold for $27,500. The first official map to delineate the exact boundaries of Pennsylvania, by Reading Howell, 1792, reached $5,980. True to form, unusual plans of Manhattan sparked interest among buyers. A seven-part map compiled by Charles Kinnaird and issued by the Department of Docks in 1873 shows the original shoreline of the island, overlaid with proposed infrastructure including piers and bulwarks. Only five institutional copies are known to exist. It was purchased by a collector for $8,750. Another highlight was Egbert Viele’s “Water Map,” or “Topographical Atlas of the City of New York,” 1874, depicting the waterways of

John James Audubon’s “Fish Hawk,” Plate 81, hand-colored aquatint and This map of Manhattan issued by the Department of Docks, compiled by engraved plate from “Birds of America,” London, 1830, sold to a collector for Charles K. Graham, 1873, sold for $8,750. $68,750.

Manhattan before its development ($9,100). “Yesterday’s successful auction gave me a lot of confidence in the market. Top material performed very well, with the mid-range market remaining strong as ever. The collectors were bidding with strength, and it pleases me to see Swann keeping the door open to the private audience, as well as the trade, for highquality collectible material. A few items, such as Boye’s ‘Virginia’ and Audubon’s ‘Fish Hawk’ have not hit the market in some time, and it’s encouraging to see the continued positive interest in great Nicolas de Fer’s “L’Amerique Divisee Selon Letendue” wall map, Paris, 1713, material like this,” said spesold for $30,000. cialist Caleb Kiffer following


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FURNITURE (12 Noon): Antique & Modern. Dining Room Sets; Corner Cabinet; Sofas; Victorian Chest of Drawers; Wicker Desks; Trunks; Rugs; Lamps: Table and Floor. COLLECTIBLES: Lenox; Belleek; Goebel; Elvis Paper Dolls; Records; Silver Plate; Pepsi Bulova Clock; Guitar; Matchbooks; Cast Iron; Toys incl. Trains; Shrine Circus Decanter Set. HOUSE & HOME: Kitchen Appliances incl. Waffle Iron, Pasta Roller, Mixer; Bakeware; Stock Pots; Flatware; Stemware; Dinnerware.


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the sale. The next auction of maps and atlases, natural history and color plate books at Swann Galleries will be held on Thursday, Dec. 13. Images courtesy of Swann Auction Galleries.

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set of 1898 Sweden 20 Kronor gold coins KM#748, followed by a lot of 20 1911 Finland Markkaa gold coins KM#9.2 and a set of four U.S. $20 St. Gaudens gold coins (2) 1924, 1(1927), 1 (1928). The total collection sold for $53,700. Clars Auction Gallery is located at 5644 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, Calif. For more information and a complete list of prices realized, visit

watches earning over $53,000. Robert Indiana (American, The top seller was a 2005 Rolex Dial Cosmograph 1928–2018) titled “Numbers Black Suite,” 1968, performed well, Daytona stainless steel wristwatch, Ref: 116520, that flew selling for $8,470. Rounding out the fine art past estimate to sell for highlights was “Winter at the $15,730. Coming in second Library” by Guy C. Wiggins place was a 2005 Rolex White (American, 1883-1962). This Dial Cosmograph Daytona painting of a New York City stainless steel wristwatch, Ref: 116520, which also outpersnow scene went for $7,865. formed high estimate, fetching Jewelry and Timepieces Rolex timepieces reigned $14,520. In diamonds and jewelsupreme at this sale, with a collection of six barely worn ry, a stunning Judith Ripka diamond and 18-carat white gold bracelet (total diamond weight of 7 cts) dazzled at $6,050. Decorative Arts and Furnishings Numismatic Collection This category was highlighted by a large collection of U.S. and international gold and silver coins, which came to the sale from the Dominican Friars Province of the Most Holy Name of Jesus in Oakland, Calif. The This temple-sized Sino-Tibetan Buddha of top three lots in this This Rolex black Dial Cosmograph Daytona Shakyamuni seated on a lotus pedestal sold collection, each sell- stainless steel wristwatch, Ref: 116520, for $9,680. ing for $6,655, were a flew past high estimate, selling for $15,730.

Original 171st Semiannual York Antiques Show And Sale Slated For Sept. 21, 22, And 23 Three-Day Show To Take Place On York Fairgrounds The Original 171st Semiannual York Antiques Show and Sale is scheduled for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Sept. 21, 22, and 23, at Memorial Hall East, located within the York Fairgrounds Convention and Expo Center at 334 Carlisle Ave. in downtown York, Pa. This popular event features 96 carefully screened exhibitors in room settings offering an impressive breadth of antiques, including 18th and 19th century period American and English furniture; country pieces in original paint and decoration; fine early porcelain and pottery; Oriental carpets, quilts, hooked rugs, samplers, and other textiles; lighting; historic ephemera; early kitchen and fireplace items; Native American artifacts; Pueblo pottery and baskets; estate jewelry; vintage toys, and much more. Melvin L. Arion, show promoter, does an outstanding job of assembling top-notch

participants, while keeping the variety as broad as possible to ensure that nearly anyone can find a “new” treasure at York. In addition, all major credit cards are accepted, making buying as convenient as possible. The show has such an outstanding reputation that there is little dealer turnover, remarkable especially considering the number of participants. For the fall edition of York, there will be five new exhibitors: Michael Gunselman of Centreville, Del.; Louis Dianni of Hopewell Junction, N.Y.; Dark Horse Antiques of Annapolis, Md.; Joan Staufer of Fresno, Ohio; and David Good of Camden, Ohio. Note: there are a few booths available due to the deaths of several longtime exhibitors, along with the

retirement of several others. For more information, call Melvin Arion at 302-542-3286. Because of the superb quality of merchandise offered, this York Show is considered among the premier antiquing events in the mid-Atlantic region. Also, according to Arion, it’s one of the oldest shows in the entire country. The hours both Friday and Saturday will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parking is free. The building is smoke-free and airconditioned. In addition, food will be available. Admission will be $10 per person or $9 with this press release or an ad. To learn more, readers may visit www.theoriginal

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FIREARMS: Nice selection of handguns including Colt, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson, Ruger, Springfield, Taurus, Hi-Point, Bul Israel, H&R, Hopkins & Allen and more. Shotguns include Winchester, Browning, Beretta, Breda, Mossberg, Ranger and more. Rifles include Springfield M1 Garand, German k-98 Mauser with matching numbers, Anschutz Match 54, Valmet, Winchester, Remington, Interarms, and more. ANTIQUE FIREARMS: Springfield M1884 rifle, Winchester M1873, Italian Vatterli, Remington M1867 pistol, 19th Century Percussion pistols, British Flintlock pistol, Manton London Percussion shotgun, Several Antique Double Barrel Percussion pistols, Velo Dog pistols, LeFaucheux pin fire pistol and more! CIVIL WAR: Many Tintype and Ambrotype soldier images, Confederate Currency, ID’d Painting of Naval Officer, Many Civil War swords including M1840 and M1860 Cavalry swords, NCO swords and M1850 Foot Officer’s swords. In addition there are several bayonets, ID’d EastTennessee wallet, cap box, canteens and much more! WWI: Many Imperial German Epaulettes, Medals, Sawback bayonet, and more. WWI U.S. Uniforms, Insignia, Collar discs, Bond Posters and more. WWII: Large collection of German Nazi items, including Edged Weapons, Belt Buckles, Medals, Lutwaffe Visor Cap, M36 Tunic, Flags and Banners, Leather Helmets, Combat Helmets including M42 Camo Helmet, NSKK Red Cross Helmet, Photograph Albums, Tropical Knee High Boots, Trousers and many more German Nazi items. US Items includes many Edged Weapons, Patches, Insignia, ID’d Groupings, Uniforms, Manuals, Ship’s clocks, Patriotic posters, Trench Art, and much, much more!!! Japanese items include many insignia, several Swords, Visor cap, wool cap and Helmet, Battle Souvenir Bugle, many Bayonets, Flags and more! VIETNAM: Large groupings of original propaganda, Jungle Boots, Mission F-105F model, NVA Flag, Recruiting posters and more. MISC.: Large collection of knives, Many insignia lots from different countries, including, Israel, Canada, Britain, Germany, South America, Africa and much much More!!! LIVE BIDDING: WWW.MILESTONEAUCTIONS.COM

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