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VOL. 44, NO. 38 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 2013

A Profile In Pennsylvania German Studies:

Dr. Robert Kline By Karl Pass


r. Robert (Bob) Kline and his wife, Ann, have been interested in Pennsylvania German culture and decorative arts for the major part of their lives. A retired medical doctor, Bob practiced in Lebanon, Pa., prior to the couple’s move to the country outside of Schaefferstown, Pa. Bob was raised in Schaefferstown and learned the Pennsylvania German dialect early in his upbringing. “My mother sparked my interest in Pennsylvania German cul-

Here is a large wooden bowl with highly detailed interior relief carving of a spread-wing eagle by the late Carl Snavely. The Klines have one of the largest collections of Snavely’s work.

ture,” said Kline. In 1956, Bob joined the Pennsylvania German Society, where he served on the board from 1959 to 2010 and worked in many capacities throughout his tenure. One of Bob’s main collecting and scholarly passions is fraktur, the illumi-

nated manuscripts most often associated with Pennsylvania Germans, which include personal documents such as birth and baptismal certificates. In his early days of collecting, “people were coming into town and buying the colorful documents at farm sales for $25 to $30 each at a time when the average salary was $1/day,” noted Kline. “I think things really got started after the Sussel sale,” noted Kline, in reference to the rising marketplace for fraktur among folk art collectors. Arthur J. Sussel was a well-known antiques dealer in Philadelphia. His collection, which included important examples of fraktur, was sold in 1958 at Parke-Bernet Galleries (now Sotheby’s) in New York City. Numerous record prices were achieved, and the sale is still considered one of the high watermark moments for the fraktur market. A trip in 1962 to the Free Library of Philadelphia to meet Howell Heaney also fueled his interest in the subject of fraktur. At the Free Library, Kline photographed much of the collection. In 1976, Heaney, along with Pastor Fred Weiser, compiled a two-volume publication with images and translations of over 1,000 fraktur in the Free Library’s collection. Bob was instrumental in identifying fraktur artist

ing, some of which is inspired by and an interpretation of the work of legendary 19th-century folk carver Wilhelm Schimmel. The sisters also do scherenschnitte (scissor cuttings). The couple also collect the folk carvings of Carl Snavely (1915-1983). Snavely and his wife, Florence, were from Lititz, Pa. He was an antiques dealer and carved birds and other animals in his spare time. “I once traded a piece of spatter (china) to Carl for an eagle he carved,” said Kline. Snavely worked with just a pocket knife and was known for exceptional detail and Dr. Robert (Bob) Kline is an avid scholar and collector of folky stylistic carvings. Pennsylvania German folk art. He is shown here with four The Klines’ interest in “four seasons” paintings by the late painter/antiques dealer Pennsylvania German culHattie Brunner. Kline bought the paintings from Brunner in the early 1970s. “We used to speak the dialect (Pennsylvania German) together,” said Kline. The paintings were archivally framed in paint-decorated frames that were made by the author’s parents in the 1970s.

Arnold Hoevelmann, and he published his findings in a 1970 issue of the Pennsylvania German Society’s “Der Reggeboge” in a co-authored article with Pastor Weiser. Hoevelmann (1749-1804) emigrated from Prussia to Pennsylvania and worked in both the Annville (Lebanon County) and Shiremanstown (Cumberland County) areas in the late 18th century. August Baumann is another fraktur artist in whom Bob has had a scholarly interest. Working rough-

ture extends to open hearth cooking, baking, and gardening. They have propagated 500 saffron bulbs and are currently in the process of thinning and replanting them. Saffron is an ancient spice popular among the Pennsylvania Germans and it comes from the saffron crocus flower. The red stigmas, once dried, are used as a seasoning agent in dishes such as chicken pot pie. Whether through publishing articles, giving lectures, or sharing their vast intellectual memory of all things pertaining to Pennsylvania German life and culture with friends and family, the Klines continue to remain close to the subject that is a part of their heritage.

ly 100 years later than Hoevelmann, this calligrapher/scrivener worked in Lehigh and Montgomery counties. Baumann is known for his realistic drawings and highly artistic penmanship done in red ink. The Klines also have a collecting interest in contemporary Pennsylvania German folk art. The couple has one of the largest holdings of folk carvings by the Dierwechter sisters, local craftswomen from This fraktur by Arnold Hoevelmann in the Kline collection Schaefferstown. The three was published in Bob’s article in the 1970 issue of the sisters do an array of carv- Pennsylvania German Society’s “Der Reggeboge.”

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Eclectic Kamelot Fall Sale Sept. 20 and 21 with a selection of more than of-pearl inlaid panels and 30 rugs and over 100 lots of slant-front desk. Other furniassorted Continental furnishture offerings include a great ings including but not limited pair of Art Deco studded and to chairs, tables, servers, cableather French club chairs, inets, beds, dressers, panels, circa 1930, and from the sideboards, commodes, same period, a French Leleu étagères, sideboard with four motherd e s k s , of-pearl and diamond parsconces, quetry decorated doors, circa chande1930. liers, and With more than 80 lots on mirrors. An offer, lighting will be another Nakashima free-form coffee table 18th-centumajor component in this aucry French tion. An interesting mid-cenpainted and mid-century modern design modern compendium resides tury modern multi-tiered gilt wood in decorating, some very big in a suite of rare Danish chandelier having three tiers c a r v e d names will make a strong rosewood pieces that include of glass drops supported on t r u m e a u showing when furniture three circa 1960 curved-back brass frame, circa 1970, will mirror with takes the stage on the second chairs; three stools, circa surely be a presence in the a relief day of the sale. Chief among 1950; and a two-seat double showroom. Rounding off the carved car- these is a resplendent George curved-back settee, circa expected top earners of the touche and Nakashima free-edge walnut 1960, all having leather two day event will be a floral gar- coffee table from a Main cushions. Likely to pique Steinway and Sons grand land frame Line Philadelphia estate that strong interest is an Aldo piano with an adjustable and an was originally designed and Tura parchment covered bar Victorian piano stool. Picasso terracotta vase a n t i q u e crafted exclusively for the cabinet, circa 1950, and a The auction will begin at Friday’s sale is a Madoura Louis Vuitton trunk (serial consignor. Hand-drawn Sergio Bustamante monkey 11 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 20, limited edition (69/150) no.165291) with interior plans for the table along with form glass top side table, and at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Picasso polychrome clay pot label and marked hardware correspondence between circa 1970. Another top con- Sept. 21. To view the comcirca 1953 estimated at are among the many Nakashima and the original tender for design enthusiasts plete catalog online, or for $ 1 , 0 0 0 - $ 2 , 0 0 0 . Continental lots to choose buyer add to the unique will be a French Gabriel more information, visit Complementing this, the sale from. value of this piece. Further Viardot Japanese inspired Reflecting the trend for homage to the mid-century carved cabinet with mother- or call 215-438-6990. also features several other Picasso lots such as an original etching and a painted and glazed earthenware plate. The sale will feature over eighty lots of artwork. Select standouts include a signed oil-on-canvas of a lion and lioness by Montana artist Huamantla. A rare and significant half-plate Olaf Carl Seltzer and a signed A highly anticipated muster roll for German hand-painted porce- daguerreotype portrait of Capt. Samuel Capt. Benjamin McCulloch’s Company H. Walker is estimated to bring lain plaque depicting a youth of Spies, a group of 26 battle-hardened underneath vines housed in a $75,000+ to lead the 343-lot John N. volunteers assembled after the Battle of carved walnut frame. Day McWilliams Texas Ranger Collection Monterrey during the Mexicanon Saturday, Sept. 21, at Heritage one of the sale will conclude American War, is estimated to bring Auctions. The sale is being called $15,000+. The group spied on General “Legends of the West” and will take Santa Anna’s advance, which helped place in Dallas, Texas. Meticulously Gen. Zachary Taylor land a victory at collected to represent 100 years of Texas the Battle of Buena Vista in 1847. Ranger history, the collection docuA cabinet card, taken circa 1888, ments the birth of the Wild West and which depicts the only-known original contains historically important manu™ print of an iconic group portrait of the scripts, autographs and rare images perCompany “D” Rangers at the height of taining to Texas’ greatest early figures. their notoriety, is estimated to bring “The focus of the collection is in $7,000+. Among the Rangers pictured two parts: (the first is) the 1840s to P.O. Box 500, Mount Joy, PA 17552 are Capt. Frank Jones, Bass Outlaw, J. 1850s-era, which would be the Jack 800-800-1833 717-653-1833 717-653-6165 fax Walter Durbin, William “Tink” Durbin, Hayes and Rip Ford era,” McWilliams e-mail: Cal Aten, and Frank Schmid. The card, said about the collection in a special Editor - Karl Pass, 717-278-1404 video posted to Heritage Auctions’ as Mexican Vaqueros may fetch which has been extensively published, e-mail: YouTube channel. “The second portion $50,000+, and a scarce half-plate was previously in the collections of of the collection is the frontier battalion ambrotype featuring five armed men, Robert W. Stephens and George Advertising Sales era, which is dating from the early taken circa 1858-1860, may cross the Jackson. John Barilla, Ext. 2536 Beth Funk, Ext. 2537 Among the collection’s collectibles 1870s until about 1900.” block for $15,000+. Circulation - Linda Deshler, Ext. 2541 The collection is heavy on phoAmong the rare and historically is a coin silver cup gifted to John tographs, original manuscripts and important manuscripts, a journal book Coffee “Jack” Hays and inscribed Classifieds original daguerreotypes, including a holding an eyewitness account of the “Presented to Buffalo Hump Hays.” It 1-800-428-4211 Fax 717-492-2566 circa 1858 half-plate ambrotype of death of Texas Ranger Samuel H. is estimated to bring $5,000+. Also Sample copy ........................... $2.50 Capt. John S. “Rip” Ford, which is esti- Walker, made complete with watercolor among the collectibles is an important Doing mated to bring $60,000+. Ford was a illustrations of the scene, is estimated to Mexican bone-carved chess set, circa 1 YEAR, third class ............... $28.00 well-known and influential Texas bring $25,000+. Walker, a Texas hero 1860s, which may fetch $4,000+ and a Our Part 1 YEAR, first class ................ $80.00 Ranger who claimed a victory during before the Mexican War, gained nation- telescope given to Col. Francis M. 6 MONTHS, first class .......... $48.00 the Antelope Hills Campaign at the al distinction during the war for his Wynkoop, commander of the 1st All checks must be in U.S. funds. Battle of Little Robe Creek against work under General Zachary Taylor, his Pennsylvania Volunteers during the Checks must be drawn on U.S. bank Comanche Indians, and images of him collaboration with Samuel Colt on the Mexican War, which may sell for OR add $7.00 to subscription price. are scarce. An unusual half-plate development of the Colt Walker, and $4,000+. To learn more, visit daguerreotype of two Rangers dressed his heroic death at the Battle of Antiques & Auction News is distributed at shops, shows, markets and auctions throughout the Northeastern United States. 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sketches and letters home. “There was high drama on Whistler’s trip through the Rhineland, largely due to his youth and inexperience as a traveler,� said Maya Foo, the exhibition curator. “Even though he and Delannoy attempted to plan carefully, they ran out of money in Cologne, Germany, 200 miles south of Amsterdam. While walking to the nearest American consulate in France to receive money, they joined up with a group of travelling performers, making drawings in exchange for room and board.� These early works reveal traces of Whistler’s later, signature style. Recurring

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Of James McNeill Whistler’s Beginnings As An Artist In the summer of 1858, a young James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903) left Paris and set off on a walking tour of the Rhineland, in what would be one of the most important experiences of his early career. His goals were Amsterdam - the home of Rembrandt, an early and lasting influence - and to make his mark on the artistic world. “Off the Beaten Path: Early Works by James McNeill Whistler,� on view Saturday, Sept. 28, to Sept. 28, 2014, at the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art, explores the art that Whistler created on his journey and its lasting importance on his subsequent masterworks. Although he never made it to the Netherlands that summer, Whistler created numerous drawings, etchings and watercolors of the country life and towns he encountered along the way. These charmingly casual depictions of kitchens, innkeepers, doorways and shopkeepers reflect Whistler’s enthusiasm for his craft as a young artist. He filled his notebooks with quick, impromptu sketches, some of which were later turned into watercolors and etchings in a series that Whistler referred to as his French Set. From August to October in 1858, the 24-year-old Whistler, along with traveling companion and fellow artist Ernest Delannoy, experienced the typical hardships of an extended voyage, humorously documented through his

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Horst To Hold Fall Catalog Sale On Saturday, Sept. 28 Other items of note include a collection of Gaudy Dutch china, several decorated wooden boxes, early baseball silks including one featuring Cy Young, and an original Ben Austrian oil painting depicting a landscape scene. Items will be available for live and absentee online bidding at and For more information, call Horst Auctioneers at 717738-3080 or visit “The Republican Banner for w w w h o r s t 1860� by Currier and Ives


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Furniture Art & Prints Advertising • Textiles      Quilts • Pottery • Civil War Books


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be sold. A large two-piece cherry corner cupboard with arched doors is expected to bring $1,000 to $2,000. A Pennsylvania cherry Dutch cupboard with pressed glass drawer pulls is expected to fetch $4,000 to $6,000.


A 10-gallon western Pennsylvania stoneware crock is sure to draw interest. The crock features cobalt blue floral decoration and the names “Day & Ross� across the front. It is estimated to fetch between $1,000 and $2,000. Several Civil War related items will be sold in the auction. Of particular note is a Currier and Ives lithograph titled “The Republican Banner for 1860.� The rare print features a beardless Abraham Lincoln with his running mate, Hannibal Hamlin. It is expected to sell for $1,000 to $3,000. Over 40 lots Blue cannon pattern spatterware teapot of furniture will is in excellent condition. It is estimated to bring between $2,000 and $4,000. Another item of local interest is an early 1800s walnut Dutch cupboard. The large cupboard descended in the family of Elizabeth Bomberger Erb of the Brubaker Valley area of Elizabeth Township, Pa. Estimated to bring $7,000 to $9,000, it boasts early rattail hinges and an impressive top of 24 lights. On Saturday, Sept. 28, Horst Auctioneers, based in Ephrata, Pa., will hold their next cataloged antique auction. The auction will feature 463 lots of early furniture, china, glassware, pottery, folk art, toys, and other Americana. Items of interest include a rare cannon pattern spatterware teapot. The bluecolored teapot descended in a Berks County, Pa., family and

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All ads in guide are listed in zip code sequence within each state. All other ads have zip codes. To ďŹ nd out where advertisers are located, check the ďŹ rst three digits of the zip code against the locator list below. The ďŹ rst three digits tell you which part of each state the advertiser is located in. (We suggest you circle in advance the advertisers you plan to visit. Then locate and mark the towns on your driving map). MARYLAND 215 & 217 Western 210-12 Northern 214 & 206 Southern 216-218-219 Northeastern

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.

19711 Newark 302-733-7677 MAIN STREET ANTIQUES, 23 Liberty Plaza. Hrs. Mon-Sat. 10-8, Sun. 11:305:30 Over 45 Showcase & Room Dealers selling quality antiques/ collectibles.

07701 Red Bank 732-842-5400 RIVERBANK ANTIQUES 169 W. Front St. located in antique district of Red Bank. Open Mon. thru Sunday 11am5pm. Like us on FACEBOOK.

19809 N. Wilmington 302-792-0555 THE ZEPPELIN & THE UNICORN AT THE RED BARN, 400 Silverside Road, Sun., Mon., Wed. 12-5, Closed Tues., Thurs. thru Sat. 10-6. Antiques, unique items.

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

19904 Dover 302-883-2243 A TOUCH OF GLASS 147 S. Governors Ave., hrs. Tues.-Sat. 10-5. Glass, antiques, gifts, collectibles & much more.

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.

19933 Bridgeville 302-337-3137 ART’S ANTIQUE ALLEY, Rt. 13 South. 60 dealers. Open 7 days 9am-6pm. 20,000 sq.ft. Collectibles. A/C, restrooms, snacks

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.

19958 Lewes 302-645-2309 HERITAGE ANTIQUE MARKET, 16168 Coastal Hwy. (RT1), 2mi. N. of Five Points, Lewes. Roseville pottery, furniture, books, dolls, china, glass, jewelry, art & more from 58 dealers! Always looking for new Dealers in the Beach Resort. 11-5 daily.

21028 Churchville 410-734-6228 YE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, Route 22 & Aldino Rd. Minutes from I-95. Oak furniture, advertising, toys, militaria, glassware, general line. Hrs daily 10-4 21043 Ellicott City 410-465-4444 TAYLOR’S ANTIQUE MALL, Historic District. Cor. of Frederick Rd & Old Columbia Pike. 16,000 Sq.Ft. of Antiques & Collectibles. Mon.- Sat. 10-5 & Sunday Noon-5. 21078 Havre de Grace 410-942-0701 SENECA CANNERY ANTIQUES, 201 St. John St... Largest Mall in Havre de Grace with 50+ quality dealers. Open 7 days, M-S 10-5, S 11-5. Wide Selection of antiques & collectibles. 21157 Westminster 410-857-4044 WESTMINISTER ANTIQUE MALL 433 Hahn Rd 25,000 s.f., furn., military, toys, silver, coins, comics, glassware. Generally open 7 days/ week Mon. - Sat. 10-6; Sun. 12-6. 21901 North East 410-287-8318 5 & 10 ANTIQUE MARKET, 115 S. Main St. Daily 10am-6pm. Cecil County’s largest! Buying/ selling antiques & collectibles. Gourmet chocolates. 21921 Elkton 410-398-0954 IRON BRIDGE FARM, 2953 Appleton Rd. Antiques and collectibles. Three full floors. Seven days week, 10-5. Rush & cane chairs. Mins. from I-95 near Fair Hill area.

07930 Chester 908-879-7836 CHESTER ANTIQUE MALL, 30+ Dlrs, no reproductions. 427 Rt.510 (old RT24) between Mendham & Chester, Tues -Sat 10:30-5:00, Sun. 11:30-5:00. Furniture, primitives, glass, jewelry, art, etc. 08005 Barnegat 609-698-3020 BAY AVENUE ANTIQUES 349 S. Main (Route 9). Open Tues.-Sun. 10am-5pm. Book Seller: New Jersey Books, Maps, Prints, Civil War, Baseball, Chess, Blue Comet Train, Lincoln, Old Bookends. 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. 08033 Haddonfield 856-429-1929 HADDONFIELD ANTIQUES CENTER, 9 Kings Highway East. Multi-dealer co-op, Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4. Antiques, collectibles, vintage merchandise, art, books, brass, copper, furniture, glassware, jewelry, pottery, silver, toys, etc. 08037 Hammonton 609-567-1889 ANTIQUE MARKETPLACE of Downtown Hammonton, 109 12th St. Tues-Sat. 10-6, Sun. 11-5. 15,000sq.ft full of antiques, collectibles, used furniture. 08525 Hopewell 609-466-9833 TOMATO FACTORY ANTIQUE & DESIGN CENTER 2 Somerset St. We Have It All! Open Mon. thru Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. We have 38 Dealers. 08530 Lambertville 215-300-1058 BIBLIOTHEQUE Shop#110 - Golden Nugget Antique Market, 1850 River Rd. Vintage & Antique Cameras, Rare & Out-of-print Photobooks, Cookbooks, Pens. Open Wed, Sat, Sun. 8am-3pm. Visit/ Like us at

and Eastern Shore 207-8-9 GreaterD.C. MASSACHUSETTS 010-016 Western& Central 017-019 Northeastern

020-027 Southeastern NEW JERSEY 070-079 Northern 085-089 Central 080-084 Southern

16159 W. Middlesex 724-528-2490 ANTIQUE AND FLEA MARKET OF WEST MIDDLESEX RT18 S. Open Wed. thru Sun. 9am-5pm. Monthly Auctions. 16686 Tyrone 814-684-5088 I-99 ANTIQUES, conveniently located off the Tyrone Exit of Interstate 99, 1222 Pennsylvania Avenue. Quality antiques & collectibles. 40 dealers. Open Daily 10-5, Sun 12-5. Dealers welcome. 16801 State College 814-238-2980 APPLE HILL ANTIQUES, Rt. 26N to 169 Gerald Street. Distinctive antiques in a gallery setting. Over 60 dealers. Open daily 10 to 6. Wide variety. 17025 West Fairview 717-732-7680 WE DABBLE, 73 2nd St. (on Rt 11-15) Buying Antiques/ Vintage Marble Collections. 17062 Millerstown 717-589-7810 STITCH IN TIME ANTIQUE & GIFT MALL 43 N. Market St. Antiques, Collectibles, Furniture, Quality Handmade Crafts & Gifts. Open 7 days 10-5, Fri. til 8. Millerstown exit off RT322. 18042 Easton 610-258-8176 SALVAGE GOODS, Antiques with Urban Attitude, 24 South 3rd St. Antiques, vintage, industrial, repurposed, architectural & garden. Tue-Fri. 11-5; Sat 11-6; Sun 12-5 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 HAL’S ANTIQUE FLEA MARKET, 732 State Rte. 93, Exit 256 off I-80, take 93 S. or Exit 145 off I-81, take 93 N. Sundays 9am-4pm. 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.

18411 Clarks Summit 570-587-2567 RED BARN VILLAGE B&B located 5mi. W. of Clarks Summit, 15 min. N. of Scranton. Kitchenette with each rooms, whirlpool tubs, gas fireplaces available. Please visit 18914 Chalfont 215-997-3227 BUCKS COUNTY ANTIQUE GALLERY, 8 Skyline Dr. Just off Rt. 202, S of Rt.152. Antiques & more. Old/ new accessories, consignment furniture. 12,000 sq ft. of Bucks County’s Best. Tu.-Sa. 10-5, Sun 12-5 18930 Kintnersville 610-847-1966 GRISTIES ANTIQUES AND ODDITIES, Rt. 611 near Rt. 32. 30 Dealers. Smalls and primitives to fine furniture. Open every day 11-5. Free parking.

18938 New Hope 215-862-5454 COCKAMAMIE’S 13 N. Main St. Specializing in Art Deco lighting, Furniture, Home Accessories, Celebrity Autographs & 1950’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. New lg. bldg. China, Stangl, Pennsbury Pottery, Glass-Cut & Pressed, Silver, Primitives, Furniture, Lamps. M-Sa 10:30-5:30. Sun 11-5.

VIRGINIA 220-229 Northern 230-239 Southern 240-246 Southwestern

WEST VIRGINIA 254 Northeastern 260-268 Northern 247-259 Southeastern

18962 Silverdale 215-453-1414 THE FACTORY ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES, 130 West Main St, Rt 113, Bucks County. Featuring over 40 fine Buck’s County Dealers. Open Wednesday thru Sunday 10am to 5pm.

19147 Philadelphia 215-668-0194 BIZARRE BAZAAR 720 South 5th St. An Eclectic Emporium of Everything Esoteric! Specializing in: Odd Art, Unique Antiques, Cultural Cool-lectibles + Curiosities! See the ODDITORIUM! Open 12-8pm, 7 Days.

18944 Perkasie 215-257-3564 TREASURE TROVE, 6 S. 7th Street. Estate jewelry, furniture, linens, vintage clothing, glass, china, books, toys, kitchenware, advertising, postcards. Primitives to Deco. Dealers Welcome. Mon.-Sat. 10-5. “Since 1980.�

19343 Glenmoore 484-888-1009 CRICKET’S GARDEN MARKET 1641 Horseshoe Pike. Antique & Vintage Garden Accents along with Plants Galore! Hours 10am-5pm daily, Thurs. 10-7.

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

19355 Frazer 610-651-8299 FRAZER ANTIQUES. -Best kept secret on Phila. Main Line- Open daily 10am5pm. 2 mi east of Rte 202 on Rt. 30.

18951 Quakertown 215-536-4547 ANTIQUES AT 200 EAST, Rts 212 & 313. Multi-DLR shop; EAST BROAD ANTIQUES, 141 E. Broad St. 215-5364408. One Stop 2 Fantastic Stores. Shop Where Dealers Buy! Open 7 days.

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19446 Landsdale 215-361-7910 THE ARCHIVE, 725 W. 2nd St. 1000’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, Deadline: Wednesday 4:00pm for Fridays edition

“Wine Antiques And Collectibles� By Donald A. Bull And Joseph C. Paradi Schiffer Publishing Ltd. is pleased to announce the release of “Wine Antiques and Collectibles.� Over 2,100 vibrant photos and lively text present an array of wine memorabilia in the 336-page book. Following a look at wine and health, with a toast to readers and a look at Bacchanalia, the book takes a four-part journey from the vineyard to the wine cellar. Part one looks at various tools used in growing grapes, harvesting, and the production of wine. Tools used by coopers in barrel making, wine sampling and tasting devices, and bottling tools are covered. The next step is “Drinking Wine,� in which many implements for removing corks, retrieving corks, and preserving wine are revealed. Serving devices include an extraordinary batch of cradles and caddies. In part three, promotional items revealed include statues, games, fans, tokens, signs, and office accessories. The last part is a look at a collection of wine antiques from a museum in Spain. The final step is into an 1810 wine cellar with a list of “the necessaries always wanted in wine and spirit vaults, and gentlemen’s cellars.� To learn more, visit

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19711 Newark 302-454-8007 AUNT MARGARET’S ANTIQUE MALL 294 E. Main St. Mon- Sat. 10-5, Sun 12-5. 2 floors. Antiques, collectibles, primitives, much more.

DELAWARE 197-8 Northern 199 Southern D.C. 200-205

motifs, such as doorways and stylistic choices including dense cross-hatching, appear in etchings created nearly 30 years after his journey. To allow visitors to follow these visual connections as Whistler’s style matured, “Off the Beaten Path� will include a selection of etchings from the Venice (18791880) and Amsterdam (1889) sets, groups of etchings that were published and exhibited together. The exhibition will be accompanied by an online gallery of the exhibition’s objects, a map showing Whistler’s journey and digital scans of archival documents from his travels. Public programs include a Point of View gallery talk with curator Foo on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 12:15 p.m. The Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, located at 1050 Independence Avenue S.W.,

and the adjacent Freer Gallery of Art, located at 12th St. and Independence Ave. S.W., are on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. every day (closed Dec. 25), and admission is free. The galleries are located near the

CONNECTICUT 060-1-2 Central & Northeastern 063 Southeastern 064-9 Southwestern

PENNSYLVANIA 190-1 Philadelphia 189-196 Southeastern 100-109 Metropolitan 180-188 Northeastern 110-119 Metropolitan 170-171 Central NEW YORK & Long Island 172-179 South Central 140-149 Western OHIO 166-169 North Central 130-139 Central 120-129 Northeastern 437 & 455 East Central 160-165 Northwestern 441 East North 150-158 Southwestern & Eastern Central

Smithsonian Metrorail station on the Blue and Orange lines. For more information about the Freer and Sackler galleries and their exhibitions, programs and other public events, visit For general Smithsonian information, call (202) 633-1000.

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SHOWS & MARKETS ANTIQUE SHOW & FLEA MARKET CALENDAR GEORGIA 10/10-13/13, ATLANTA, THURS 12:45 PM-6 PM FRI & SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center

10/20/13, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor

11/07-10/13, ATLANTA, THURS 12:45-6 PM FRI & SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center

NEW YORK 09/21-22/13, SCHOHARIE, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 143 Depot Ln, Antiques in Schoharie

11/03/13, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor

MASSACHUSETTS 09/21/13, BOXBOROUGH, SAT 9 AM-3 PM, Paper, Book, Advertising, 242 Adams Place, Boxborough Holiday Inn

09/21/13, EAST HAMPTON, SAT 9 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 10 James Ln, Mulford Farm

09/22/13, LEXINGTON, SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 13 Depot Square, Antiques at the Depot

09/22/13, COLD SPRING HARBOR, LI, SUN 10 AM-4:30 PM, Antiques, Rt 25A, Cold Spring Harbor Fire Dept

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Wysock, Beth Yohe, Marty Bigler, Cheryl Richardson, and co-chairs Denise Ritchie and Kathy Williams all donated time and effort into finding the right resources to restore the portraits properly. The community was immediately on board. “We received donations from $20 to $500 from individuals, and more from businesses, some outside of the Columbia area,� Williams noted. “This was something people were passionate about.� The paintings had suf-

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fered the effects of smoke damage from their years in the VFW, particularly during the 1960s and ‘70s, when smoking was more prevalent. “They were in really bad shape, really deteriorating,� Williams noted. Once sufficient funds had been raised, the Fallen Heroes Committee began to take bids for the restoration of all 85 portraits. In serendipitous response, a Columbia native restoration expert, Tom Hermansader, offered a bid to perform the cleaning and restoration of all 85 portraits. So far, he is in his third week of work for the project, having logged over 100 hours. “I wanted to do this (job); it’s a way to honor these men,� he said. Restoring the individual portraits includes removing them from their frames and cleaning them, removing years of dust, grime, and smoke residue. Hermansader then touches up the paintings with a technique that restorers call in-painting. The last step in the process includes varnishing the touched-up portraits, staining and repairing the frames, and then rewiring the completed portrait. Most of the 85 portraits

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The portraits of 85 fallen servicemen from the Columbia, Pa., area have undergone quite a journey. In August 2012, Columbia Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 2435 began the arduous task of removing the portraits from the walls of the VFW, where they had been hanging since the 1960s. The VFW then started fundraising efforts to have them restored. The portraits are the work of the late Richard Fritz, a Columbia native who painted many of the men from tiny, two-inch-by-three-inch photographs. He painted in his basement in his spare time, motivated by his desire to honor the men from his hometown who had fought so bravely for this country. Fritz donated the portraits to hang in a place of honor at the VFW. After he passed away in 1994, the members of the VFW were moved by the same desire to honor the men in the portraits, and they began their quest for restoration. Fallen Heroes Committee members Kristen Quinn, Robert Quinn, Jack Heitz, Joseph Rineer, Valerie

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1916 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles Cardboard Sign, Rated 9+, Brings $8,800 At Matthews Auctions’ Sale The Harley cardboard es, that sold for $4,125. An A 1916 Harley-Davidson packed the Clarion Hotel, a Motorcycles single-sided good percentage of them big sign was the auction’s top- embossed single-sided tin cardboard sign reading “J. D. fans of Harley-Davidson. selling lot. It came with a sep- self-framed sign reading arately framed bonus: “Harley Davidson Sales & Dickenson, Rural related documenta- Service, Plainview, Texas” Home,” rated 9+ out of tion that included an measuring 29 by 29 inches 10 for condition and invoice, a letter on square, sold for $3,300. A measuring 27 by 60 Harley-Davidson sta- Harley-Davidson handle bar inches framed, sold for tionery and an origi- grip-style cigarette lighter, $8,800 at an auction held nal Harley-Davidson 2.75 inches long, made Aug. 28 by Matthews envelope. The docu- $1,045; an ornate brass Auctions LLC. The sign mentation showed fender fixture showing the was the top lot in a sale that Harley owed the Harley-Davidson eagle on that was loaded with recipient 10 cents, bar and shield logo fetched motorcycle items, mostwhich it hoped to $1,760; a Harley-Davidson ly Harley-Davidson resolve by attaching bottle opener/spinner accesmotorcycle memorabilia. The auction was con- The top lot of the sale was this 1916 Harley- two five-cent stamps sory, in good condition, went for $1,045; and a ducted at the Clarion Davidson single-sided cardboard sign, rated to the letter. men’s Following are Harley-Davidson Hotel & Conference 9+, that sold for $8,800. additional highlights large mesh shirt, reading Center in Davenport, “Relic Riders, Iowa. It represented some- Prices of vintage clothing Auburn, Mass.,” thing of a departure for seemed to be strong, as one sold for $990. Matthews Auctions, a firm online bidder spent $15,000 Matthews already established as the on clothing alone. About 200 Auctions’ next nation’s premier auction people registered to bid large sale will be through house for petroliana (gas sta- online, the 2013 Fall tion collectibles) and automo- By the time P e o t o n e bilia. This sale featured those the final gavel came down, & items too, but it was top- 650 lots had changed hands. Here is a 1939 Harley-Davidson windsock, Petroliana Automobilia “It wasn’t our biggest- 11 inches long, which sold for $4,400. heavy with motorcycle items. Auction, slated “The auction was a huge grossing sale ever, but it was from the aucfor Thursday and All success, and I’d like to do a fun sale,” said Matthews. tion. Friday, Oct. 17 more of them, maybe at the “The motorcycle memorabil- prices quoted and 18, in ia overall com- include a 10 same venue,” said Peotone, Ill. The manded nice p e r c e n t Dan Matthews of event will be held high prices, and buyer’s preMatthews Auctions prior to the start that was espe- mium. Other LLC. “We had a of the cially true for Harley lots great single-owner Chicagoland the signs. that did well lifetime collection Petroliana & a Certain accesso- included of motorcycle memAdvertising ry items totally single-sided, orabilia out of Show, held twice took me by sur- r o l l e d - e d g e Texas, much of it a year in Peotone. chalkprise. For exam- tin Harley-related. It Hundreds of lots sign ple, we had a board included vintage of petroliana and 1939 Harley- reading “Use clothing, posters, automobilia, plus Davidson wind- G e n u i n e parts, signs and sock, 11 inches H a r l e y - This Harley-Davidson sin- a few motorcycle accessories. The market and demand This Harley-Davidson long, in very D a v i d s o n gle-sided tin chalkboard items, will be for these items is bottle opener/spinner, good condition, M o t o r c y c l e rolled-edge sign, rated 7.5, offered. To learn more, strong.” very rare, in good con- that sold for an Oil / Change garnered $4,125. www.matthews Between 125 dition with light wear, a m a z i n g Every 1,000 Miles,” rated 7.5 visit for condition, 24 by 17 inch- $4,400.” and 150 people sold for $1,045.

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in the collection are displayed as quads, which are four paintings grouped into one frame. This past Memorial Day, Columbia resident Bill Kloidt was invited to speak at a celebration concerning the portraits and the men they portray. His speech captured the life of these men as they grew up in the Columbia area and later shipped off to war, never to return. “In honor of these men whose faces forever look back at us, and to those in VA hospitals and homes, who together combined to preserve our freedom and liberty ... we must recapture and maintain virtue, and, like these men, be vigilant and honorable,” Kloidt said in his speech that day. All those involved in the restoration effort have been planning a special open house for the return of the portraits

to their home at the VFW. While the date will be determined upon completion of the work, organizers are looking at the end of summer or early fall. For more information, readers may visit www.her or call the Columbia VFW at 717-684-7380.

Tom Hermansader touches up a portrait of a fallen soldier, one of 85 paintings belonging to the Columbia VFW.

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led to Rose’s ban from A complete set of baseball, inscribed to Mrs. Goudey baseball cards from Giamatti. 1934, an original 1920s Other sports items will hand-colored Judge include a rare 1930 signed Magazine page by the Bobby Jones Currier & renowned illustrator Dr. Ives print, an exceedingly Seuss, a championship ring scarce American Caramel owned by the late baseball “Shoeless” Joe Jackson commissioner Bart Giamatti, baseball card, a 1942 and an original page from “Pride of the Yankees” Walt Disney Comics and signed baseball (including Stories, double signed by Babe Ruth, Bill Dickey and Carl Barks, will all be sold others), a single-signed on Saturday, Sept. 21. Ruth ball, and an originalThese are just a few of owner T-206 collection the estimated 700 lots that (215 cards, including many will cross the block at Philip Hall of Famers). Weiss Auctions, in the firm’s The comic and illustratgallery located at 74 Merrick Original page from Walt Road in Lynbrook, N.Y. The Disney Comics and Stories, ed art category will feature an auction will be dedicated to double-signed by the illustrator original Richard Scarry illustration, while animation art sports items, comics, comic Carl Barks. will include strong pieces art and animation. Action will kick off at 10 a.m. Internet baseball card set with many from a 1930s Disney animabidding will be facilitated by high grade high-number tor’s collection, such as a Phone and cards, a complete 1956 Topps production set-up from absentee bids will also be set, a near-complete 1951 “Three Little Wolves” (1936) Bowman baseball card set and two Peter Pan concept taken. illustrations “I can’t by David think of a better Hall. Also way to kick off sold will be the fall auction original conseason than cept art by with a sale E y v i n d packed with Earleand and fresh-to-theby market mer- 1942 “Pride of the Yankees” signed baseball, including Babe work other artists. chandise in the Ruth, Bill Dickey and others. The auccategories collectors flock to,” said Philip and a near-complete 1933 tion will feature part one of a collection of 300-plus pieces Weiss, owner of Philip Weiss Goudey baseball card set. From the estate of the late of animation art from a New Auctions. The firm is still recovering from Hurricane commissioner of baseball England estate, an original Sandy, which forced a move Bart Giamatti will come a Eldon Dedini illustration art from Oceanside to nearby 1987 St. Louis Cardinals for Playboy, and many marLeague velous production cels (a Lynbrook. “Auctions like this National are a real shot in the arm for Championship ring, his Filmation “Batman” cel, wife’s 1989 All-Star ring “Snow White” and a Jose us,” said Weiss. The 1934 Goudey base- with sapphire and diamond Carioca cel with Courvoisier ball card set is complete and center, a monogrammed and background). Also sold will uniformly graded PSA 7. inscribed Waltham pocket be two original Bruce Also sold will be a complete watch and a copy of the con- Bairnsfather Judge Magazine original-owner Topps 1952 fidential Pete Rose report that illustrations. Returning to sports merchandise, the sale will also feature a 500 Home Run Club multi-signed artist’s proof lithograph (with JSA letter), a 1947 scorecard (Continued on page 16)

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VARIETY SALE ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TOOLS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2013 AT 9:00 A.M. PREVIEW TIMES - FRIDAY, SEPT. 20 FROM 2:00 P.M. THRU 5:00 P.M. AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 FROM 7:00 A.M. * Please Check For Photos And Updated Listing On Our Website On Friday, Sept. 20.


Sale To Be Held At The Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., 17522 (The Corner Of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd., Approx. 21⁄2 Miles West Of Ephrata) ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES; CLOCKS; METAL & WOODENWARE; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; LG. COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE & VINTAGE BUTTONS; HUMMEL FIGURINES; CHINA & GLASSWARE; TOYS; MODEL TRAINS; ANTIQUE & COLLECTOR DOLLS; DOLL FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES; SPORTS CARDS & MEMORABILIA; ARTWORK; BOOKS & PAPER; TOOLS; HOUSEHOLD GOODS & MUCH MORE! T. Glenn • Timothy • Thomas • T. Brent • Matthew *3% Auction House Fee Is Charged, Discounted 50 DURLACH RD., EPHRATA, PA 17522 To No Charge For Cash & PA Check. No Out-OfTel. 717-738-3080 • Fax 717-738-2132 State Checks Without Prior Approval. AU1767L


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SATURDAY, September 21, 2013

TIME - 9 A.M.

Located in Western Perry Co., approx. 1 mi. West of Kistler,


5453 Blain Rd. (Rt. 17 W.), Directions - From Millerstown, take Rt. 17 west 20 miles. From Blain, take Rt. 17 east 5 miles. From the Shermans Dale area at Dromgold Corner, take Rt. 850 west 9.5 miles to Loysville. Go left 2 miles on Rt. 274/Rt. 850. Turn right on Rt. 850 & go 4 miles to Kistler. Turn left & go 1 mile on Rt. 17.


Early furniture - Corner cupbd. w/glass & blind doors; corner cupbd. w/all blind doors; dry sink w/zinc liner; oak curio cupbd.; Grandfather clock; cherry drop leaf table; oak drop leaf expan. table; oval marble top coffee table; early settee & 2 side chairs; wicker arm rocker; addt’l arm rockers; variety of side chairs; roll top desk (needs work); horseshoe wall mirror; horseshoe hat rack & wall mirror; numerous sm. stands; 10 gun cabinet w/gun carousel; brass clothes tree; Kitchen collectibles - Several stoneware crocks & jugs to incl. sm. Cowden Wilcox jug, F.H. Cowden 1 gal. crock & Dipple 1 gal. crock; 2 #14 skillets; #11 Wapak skillet; 2 deep side skillets; mush pot; cast-iron water kettle & griddle; veggie slicer; apple peeler; lap coffee grinder; slaw bds.; Fruit Juice press; 2 glass butter churns; #14 Ovenware bowl; lg. Fire-King bowl; spice shakers; sm. glass juice set; several Carnival pcs.; cow & moose creamers; few Majolica pcs.; shaving & mustache cups; glass cruets; china & glass salt dips; green juice reamer; pink Depress. butter dishes; bone dishes; ABC child’s dish; blue swirl granite bucket w/bail handle; granite roasters; bone & wooden handle eating utensils; 3-wooden bowls; wooden wall mtd. salt box; dry measure; brass bucket; tin dbl. hand washer; sadirons; clear canning jars; dough box; 4 doz. tin egg carrier; 6 wire egg washing baskets; milk bottles; Butcher’s equipment - 2 kettles w/3 fts.; extra 3 fts.; Enterprise sausage stuffer & #22 meat grinder w/bench & mtr.; kettle stirrers, ladle, skimmer, fork, snout & kettle hooks; hog scrapers; meat hand saws; knife sharpening steel; meat cutting table; 2 Chatillon scales; Am. Cutlery family scales; Detector scales; Ideal postal scales; paper roll holder; Collectibles - Sm. W. Nutting framed print; variety of framed prints; Tramp Art picture frame; (4) 1931 life-size oil paintings on canvas by Bertie Fredrick Elliot, Corcoran Art School, Wash., D.C.; B&H dbl. gas wall light; early ceiling light; oil lamps w/wall brackets; 3 early wall lights; 12 hole candle mold; Masonic wall sconce; N. Haven miniature shelf clock; 2 Elgin, Ansonia & Waltham pocket watches; cast-iron 8 horse team w/wagon, barrels & drivers; Ertl IH Farmall cub tractor; wooden toy chestof-dwrs.; early duck decoy; albino groundhog; Fenwick (FF75) 71⁄2 ft. fly rod w/auto reel; Advertising Landisburg “Yankee” movie theater posters; Stambaugh & Sons Hdw. (Blain) therm.; Planters counter jar; Orrison’s 777 cigar box; Pastime Plug tobacco tin; Webster tin box; Wachusett Fresh Fillet tin box; Rumford dovetailed box; York Cracker & Biscuit Co. box; 1807 German Bible; brass padlocks; various buttons & pins; walking canes; raccoon & Hen-on-the-nest collections; miniature Wild Turkey bottles; Santa & 4 reindeer outdoor decoration; Official PA Inspection Sticker collections (4-1928 to 2-1958) poster; Miss Buck painted milk can & canister set.

GUNS (early & modern)

Rem. 760 Gamemaster, 270 cal.; (2) Rem. 4, 22s; (2) Rem. 12, 22s w/oct. bl.; (2) Stevens Crackshot 22s; Stevens “Little Scout” & “Marksman” 22s; Stevens 1907, 22 pump; Stevens A&T 22 w/lever break open; Stevens 22 short; Stevens 32 long rifle; Savage 99???, 303 cal. w/oct. bl. & lever action; Sav. 1905, 22 bolt; Sav. 25, 22 pump w/oct. bl.; Win. 1906, 22 pump; Win. 1890, 22L; Hamiton No. 27 & No. 9 22s; Marlin 81, 22DL w/tube feed; Original Carabiner 1919, 22; Colts PT.F.A. Mfg. 22 w/oct. bl.; U.S. Springfield 1884; Stevens US 1826 ball & cap; 4 early rifles w/little or no ID; Shotguns - Win. 12, 12 ga. (565854); Ithaca M66, Super Single 12 ga., 3”; Marlin 12 ga. pump (early 1900’s) Fox B, 12 ga. dbl.; Rem. 31L, 16 ga. pump; Kresge Co. 410 dbl.; New White Powder Wonder 12 ga.; A.M. Arms 12 ga. s/s; 6-early handguns to incl. a Sharpes 22 w/4 barrels. Auctioneer’s notes - Please visit for photos. This auction offers a large quantity of old and interesting merchandise. Tent provided. Bring chairs. Terms - Cash or PA check accepted only. the Eugene “Pepper” Shields estate Auction Service Eugenia Sheaffer & Ron Shields, executors AU-2553-L (717) 853-4025


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Gallery Auction THURS., SEPTEMBER 26, 2013 - 4 P.M. 2501 E. Ontario Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19134 Dolls, Toys; Sports; Home Furnishings; Jewelry; Vehicles. More! Rare 1930 Currier & Ives lithographic print, signed by the late golfing legend Bobby Jones. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★



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240 HATCHERY ROAD IN Located 5 miles east of York, PA, take Rt. 30 east to the Hallam Exit, go south to traffic light and turn left. Go thru Hallam Boro to Accomac Rd. on left. Turn left and go 1 mile to Hatchery Rd. on right. Signs posted. Hutch, desk, bedroom suite, uph. furniture, cabinets, grained blanket chest w/till, Coke game table & chairs, stools, glass top table & 4 chairs, school desk, marble top table, bench, treadmill, Wyntone exercise bike, pictures & prints, sweepers, drums, guitar, electronics, books, Barbies, records, fishing items, chainsaws, ramps, walker, Merits mobility scooter, chicken waterer, linens, Hummel & other coll. plates, coll. cars & trucks, quilts, Noritake & other sets of china, candlewick, hats, figurines, flatware, Longaberger® baskets, crocks, Carnival glass, 14k stickpin, costume jewelry, Sprint 3.75 HP trimmer, 2 Troy-Bilt mowers, hand & power tools, scroll saw, disc/belt sander, table saw, two rooms of box lots. Just starting to unpack. Check our website at or #1893 for additions and photos. Terms: Cash or Approved PA check, VISA, MC, DISC, AMEX. Jewelry sells at 12 Noon, Furniture at 4:00 P.M. Preview: Sunday evening from 6 to 8 P.M.


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Dolls: Simon-Halbig, A&M & other vintage German bisque, composition. Lenci, vinyl & hard plastic by Mme. Alexander, Ideal & others. Steiff bears; Willowware child’s tea set, wicker doll carriage. Toys: Brass vintage new in box engines by United, AHM & Kane, Lionel O gauge, HO & N gauge trains, sets & accessories, Conte cast metal Civil War soldier sets in boxes, plus other cast metal & plastic soldier, western & other figures & sets; Star Wars & Marx Johnny West figure sets; Space Fighter Robot & other battery operated toys; fire truck pedal cars; pull toys, (2) “Constructioneer” building sets; steam engine, tin windups & friction toys; Mickey & Minnie Mouse sled, 2 cast-iron mechanical banks, wood rocking horse; comic books. More! Sports: Mickey Mantel, Willie Mays, Ted Williams & other signed photos & balls, 1960 BB cards, vintage BB gloves & bat. More! Vehicles: 1978 Vespa P125X 4 speed scooter, 2004 Saturn Ion 4 Door Coupe. Furnishings: Bell & owl collections, fine glass & china, paintings & graphics, jewelry, sterling & silver plate, ephemera, linens, quantity of vintage to modern picture frames, fine furniture, housewares. More! 3 Auctioneers Selling. Inspection: 2 P.M. Day of Sale. Terms: CASH/CC, 15% Buyer’s Premium. Full Payment Auction Day.


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1976 Colt U.S. Bicentennial Set Sells For $3,600 At Cordier’s Firearms And Militaria Sale

Colt 1976 U.S. Bicentennial set ($3,600).

offered. One sold to the Internet for $650, while the other went to the room for $800. A Remington & Sons New Model Police revolver generated strong interest, with a bidder from the Internet seeing success at $900. The popular military handgun group continued to

civilians with a desire to fight their oppressors. A bidder in the room won out with a bid of $900. A Colt 1911 manufactured in

helmet sold within estimate at $400 while a demilitarized bazooka with its canvas shield hammered down at $300. A collection of Civil War letters from Private Emanuel Froelich of the 31st PA Volunteers saw $650. These letters Vintage carved painted decoys ($3,000).

1914 and refurbished at Augusta Arsenal hammered down above estimate at $1,100, while a Japanese Type 14 pistol with magazine numbered to the gun realized $600 on an estimate of $400 to $500. Antique long guns included several surprises. A Charleville

hand and duck

covered the period when the 31st served under U.S. Grant in the Battle of the Wilderness. Highlights from the edged weapon category included Japanese, Civil War and European blades. Three Japanese World War II NCO swords sold for $450, $500, and $550 while an 18th-century Samurai sword realized $700. Two Civil War fighting knives sold for $300 and $325, both well above estimate, while a boy’s Confederate

Charleville M-1763 flintlock musket, .69 caliber ($1,200).

Model 1763 flintlock musket in .69 caliber sold to an Internet bidder above estimate at $1,200. Another antique flintlock, an M.T. Wickham U.S. Model 1816 o c c u p i e d musket in .69 caliber, realterritories to

19th-century percussion cane gun ($1,500).




HIGH QUALITY AUCTION MON., SEPTEMBER 23, 2013 Burlington City VFW, 159 West Pearl St.,


Preview at 4 P.M. Auction at 5 P.M. Just in time for your fall & winter shows we are pleased to present these great antiques & artifacts. Porcelain, China & Pottery: Art Pottery, Wedgwood, Noritake French Toast Set, Portrait Vases, Hummel & Goebel Figurines, Roseville, Hull, McCoy, German & English Porcelain, Dresden, Bathing Beauties some AC, +++. Glass & Crystal: Waterford, Stunning art glass, Artist signed perfumes & vases incl. Val St. Lambert Compote, Heisey, Pyrex, Carnival, Cambridge, Candlewick++. Primitives: Raisin Seeder, ice cream shop balance scale, figural bottle openers, ad tins, Large Brass Hanging Scale, Victorian Whimsey, Agate Berry Pails, Victorian Medicine Dispensers, Spice Tins, U.S. Navy Cup, Civil/Indian Wars Swords & Buttons, Early Leather Holsters, Native artifacts incl. Beads, Arrowheads, Stone Plow, Trade Spear Heads, Tomahawks, Axe Heads, African Tribal items. Fun Stuff: 1939 World’s Fair Clock, Peter Max Clock, Toleware Mazda Lights Display, Original Candlestick Phone, Singer Featherweight, Fire Helmet Somers Point, folk art church artist signed. Meerschaum Figure, Folk Art Barge, Victorian Ephemera, Postcards & Early Books, ad Thermometers, Peanuts Comics, 17th-Century Illuminated Bible Page, Art Deco Figure. Coins: Large cents, Indian pennies, 3 cent pieces, V & Buffalo nickels, Barber silver coins, Silver dollars, mint & proof sets. Nice selection fine & designer costume jewelry, Glass Patriotic Pin, Much more unlisted. Directions: From North - Rt. 295 S. to Burlington/Mount Holly Exit. 541 North/West toward Burlington. Once in Burlington City, 541 becomes High Street. Continue on High Street into Burlington, cross Rt. 130. Turn left on West Pearl - last left you can make. VFW is about 2 blocks up on right. From Phila.: 95 N. to Betsy Ross Bridge, cross into New Jersey. Rte. 130 North for about 10 miles. Left on High Street (Rt. 541). Follow above directions. Look for white signs. Food available. Terms: Cash or Check w/proper ID. New Jersey sales tax collected w/o a valid resale number. Questions? 609-877-684.3 Email to Day of sale 609-560-3247 Auctioneer not responsible for accidents.


Chris Doerner, Auctioneer

This auction will have a 10% buyer’s premium with the proceeds benefiting the Performing Arts program at Burlington City High School. Check #1049 for pics. and more details.

ized $950 on an esti- included a Civil War handmate of $800 to $1,000. A painted chevron that realized 19th-century percussion cane gun brought $1,500, while two 19th-century European cane guns realized $950 each. Of 1975 Honda Civic, Fine Antiques, Collectible Glass & Military collectibles China, Mongoose Mountain Bike, Ironware, Tin, Brass, included items from pre-Civil Lg. Collection of Kewpie Iitems, 8 Samplers, Baskets, Dolls, War through the Vietnam Era. A WWII A-2 leather Books, Fine Blue Decorated Stoneware, Lot Smalls, jacket from the 90th bomToys, Nice Oak Furn, Ephemera bardment group realized $550. Also known as the “Jolly Rogers,” they were AT 8:30 A.M. among the most successful Loc: AL Starr Firemans Bldg., Village of Willow Street, Lanc Co., PA 17584 heavy bomber groups during (Along North Rte. 272, Behind Willow Street Fire Hall) WWII. A pair of celebrated Full List & Lots of Pics at SARD Mark 43 6-by-42” Food Naval binoculars with origiSale By: Huber & Hardy nal soft rubber eye cups and Probst Family Auctions leather case brought $450. A Eric R. Probst (717) 464-3700 World War II German M-42


SAT., SEPTEMBER 21, 2013

Karl Boltz AU-1856-L

Public Auction

Auction @ 2 pm • Preview @ 1 pm Wed. Sept. 25, 2013 • Benner Hall 1260 East Cherry St., Richlandtown, PA 18951

ANTIQUES! COLLECTIBLES! TOOLS! COINS! JEWELRY! DANISH MOD DINING SET! 2:00pm Furniture: Kofod Larsen Danish Mod Dining Set, Mid-Century Mod Chairs, Maple Dining Suite, Antique Oak Roll-Top Desk, Cane Seat Rocking Chair, Desk, Antique Child's High Chair, Mahogany Dining Suite, Dome-Top Trunk, Deco Bedroom Set, Smoking Stand, Enamel Top Table, Bookcase, Tea Cart, Coat Trees and more! 2:30pm Antiques/Collectibles: Limoges, Wedgwood, Arabia, Doulton, German, English Porcelain, Lenox Dish Set, Hummels, Glassware, Pottery, Pewter, Mintons Bird Plate, Geo. Eakins Coffee Server (Phila.), Cruet Set, 10 Cent and 12 Cent Comic Books, F&F Toy Cars, Boy Scout Items, Copper Still, Vintage Linens, Beer Trays, Local Advertising, Binoculars, Drafting Sets, Still Bank, Underwood Typewriters, Blickensderfer No. 5 Typewriter, 1930s Shelby Bicycle, Murray Pedal Car, Pressed Steel Truck, Stereo Optic Viewer, WW I Stereo Card Set, Black Bear Coat, Dovetailed Cradle, Framed Photos, Kodak Folding Cameras, Horse Clock, RCA 'Nipper' Dog, Sword w/ Scabbard, Fender Strat Guitar, Peavey Amp, Train Set, 100s of Postcards, Brunswick Shuffleboard Table and much more! Jewelry: 10k, 14k and 18k Gold Rings, Elgin Pocket Watches, Lyceum Pocket Watch, Mens and Ladies Wristwatches, Sterling Jewelry, Vintage Costume Jewelry. Prints and Paintings: Large Selection of Communist and Post-Communist European Poster Art (over 45 pcs. from the Alex B. Chachere collection.) Plus other Framed Prints and Paintings. 6:00pm Tools: Yanmar Diesel Lawn Tractor, Milling Machine, Craftsman 12" Bandsaw, Rockwell Table Saw, Pressure Washers, Drills, Router, Bench Grinder, Porter Cable Portable Band Saw, Rototiller, Wood Planes, Hand Tools and more! 6:30 PM Coins/Currency: Nice selection of Morgan and Peace Dollars (over 70 pcs.), Liberty/Franklin/Kennedy Half Dollars, Barber & Washington Quarters, Mercury & Roosevelt Dimes, Buffalo Nickels, Wheat Pennies, $1 and $5 Silver Certificates, Proof Sets, Canadian and Foreign Coins, WWII Era Japanese Currency and more! Approx. 100 Lots. Delicious refreshments served!

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MULTI-CONSIGNER AUCTION Furniture - Collectibles - Housewares

Sunday, September 22 at 10 A.M. Preview: 9 A.M. thru auction 1500 Paxton Street,

Harrisburg, PA 17104

FURNITURE (12 NOON): Tea Cart; Mahogany Drop Front Desk; China Cabinet; Victorian Dresser; Baker’s Rack; Steamer Trunks; Horning’s Dining Set; 3 Cedar Chests; Card Table; Curio Cabinets; Modern Barrister Bookcase; Mahogany Dining Suite; Etched Glass Doors; Floor and Table Lamps; Oak: Library Table, Sewing Machines, Princess Dresser, Cabinet, Bookcases, Chest of Drawers; Mid Century Modern: Bedroom Sets, Settee and Chairs, Etageres, End Table, Ottomans, Lighting. COLLECTIBLES: Depression Glass: Florentine; Candlewick; Cut Glass; Pickard Cream and Sugar; Dolls; Satsuma Bowl and Lamp; Lapel Pins; 2 Railroad Signal Lamps; Vaseline Glass; Dime Register Bank; Yellowware Mixing Bowl; Masonic Ribbons; Coin Spot Vase; Pinback Buttons Including Political, Hershey; Nippon Vase; Transferware; Flow Blue; Mary Poppins Head Vase; Mantel Clock; Wedgwood Jasperware Including Pink, Blue, Yellow, Green; RS Prussia Bowl; Belleek; Carnival Glass; Artwork: Prints and Oil Paintings. ASIAN: Scrolls; Jade; Ceramics including Vases; Artwork, and More! HOUSEWARES: Good Quality Silver Plate including Flatware and Hollowware; Stemware; Dinner Services: Lenox “P-419-W”; Limoges; Rosenthal “The Dresden”; Theo Haviland; Crown Staffordshire Tea Set; Harmony House “Silver Melody;” Air Hockey Game. TOOLS: Snowblower; Delta Rockwell Radial Arm Saw; Hubcaps, and More!


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3521 LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST, 17535 SELLING: Fine Collection Of Turkish Oriental Hand-Woven Rugs Various Sizes From Room To Mat. 109 Piece Crown Princess Sterling Flatware, 2 Sterling Gorham Trays. Sterling Nut Dish, 2 Bowls, Creamer & Sugar, Salt & Pepper, Serving Pieces, Candlesticks & Rimmed Coasters. Quality Artwork: 2 Wild Game Pastels With Oak Frames, Signed Travel Poster By Clara Adams, Watercolors, Steel Engravings, Signed Prints. Sterling & Costume Jewelry, Art Glass Perfume Bottle, Bradley & Hubbard Brass Candleholder, Evans Raku Bulbous Vase, Wedgwood, Lenox China, 2 Coverlets, A Few Primitives, Vintage Mason Jars, German Postcards, Miniature Hit Camera, Replica RR Brass Bell, Vintage Lawn Jockey Statue, Quality Furniture, Rosewood Lap Desk & Other, Oriental Room Divider, Ornate Center Table, Upholstered Side Chairs & Love Seat, Modern Chair & Foot Rest, 2 Modern Lamps, 5 Leaf Walnut Vict. Dining Table, Vintage Cast- Iron Chair & More …… Toys, Such As Matchbox, Ertl, John Deere, Die-Cast Cars, Lionel Trains & Working Ferris Wheel, Rail King, Steiff Bear …… Special Mention: We Will Be Selling Fall Flowers In This Sale. Please Go To AUCTIONZIP.COM For Photos & Updates Id #9683. Terms: 10% Buyer’s Premium. Cash Or Pre-approved Check By Auctioneer. Full Payment Day Of Sale. GEORGE WILSON, AUCTIONEER, AU-001020-L. 610-955-9417

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sword from Columbia, S.C., brought $300. An early 17thcentury rapier hammered down within estimate at $700 while a French promenade sword brought $300. Other notable items

$400 and an O.W. Jolly silver decorated western saddle that sold for $600. Cordier’s next firearms and militaria auction is set for


see strong results. A World War II era RZM marked Walther PPK pistol in .32 caliber with two magazines and holster hammered down above estimate at $1,600. Another WWII piece made by General Motors generated considerable interest. Called the FP-45 Liberator, these pistols were manufactured in approximately six seconds from pressed steel and were chambered in .45 ACP. The wartime plan behind the Liberator was to drop a large number of these inexpensive guns into

Visit for photos & more details. 10% Buyer’s Premium. Terms: Cash, PA checks. Out-of-state checks w/prior approval. All major credit cards accepted. Food concession. Located off of Interstate 83 between 13th Street and 17th Street exits.

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A Colt 1976 U.S. Bicentennial set of three revolvers realized $3,600 and a group of six vintage duck decoys sold for $3,000 in Cordier Auction’s firearms and militaria auction held on July 28 in Harrisburg, Pa. Approximately 128 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 cataloged lots in categories including antique, military and modern long guns and handguns, edged weapons and other military collectibles. The Sunday sale began with antique handguns. Two Whitney percussion .36 caliber revolvers were



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October 4 & 5 Auction Starts at 9am Over 140 Saving Mugs, 100 Coin-Op Including Jukeboxes and Pinball Machines, 380 Coca-Cola & Other Soda Related Lots Including the Moxie Collection of the Late Jan Miller Bacci and 300 Other Advertising Lots


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signed by Jackie Robinson, a 1969-70 Topps basketball cards complete set (graded), signed photos, signed balls, signed bats, signed Hall of Fame cards, hundreds of graded sports cards from the 1950s to 1990s and more. Non-sports cards and card sets will include a 1938 R1 Goudey Action Gum complete set, a 1955 Topps Rails & Sails complete set, com-


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plete sets of 1956 Topps Davy Crockett (orange and green back), a 1957 Topps Robin Hood complete set, a 1958 Zorro complete set, a 1958 Topps TV Westerns complete set and more. Comics will feature a near-complete run of Amazing Spider-Man issues (#2-441, to include annuals) and a high-grade copy of Captain America #59. Comic art will include a pair of orig-

inal Peanuts daily comic strips by the late legendary illustrator Charles Schulz, an original 1929 Felix the Cat daily strip, original Mandrake the Magician comic art pages from 1959, original Phantom comic strip dailies, Sunday pages from the 1950s to the 1960s and more. Philip Weiss Auctions has two other large sales lined up for October. On Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 2 p.m., the firm will offer part one of a 4,000-piece toy vehicle collection (many of them still in the box), a selection of American Flyer and Lionel toy trains, mint in-thebox battery-operated toys, a nice grouping of tin litho penny toys and high-grade Britains and other soldiers. On Thursday, Oct. 24, at 2 p.m., Philip Weiss Auctions will hold a sale featuring books, autographs, war posters, maritime, rock ‘n’ roll, shaving mugs and historical items. Highlights will include a letter handwritten by Lee Harvey Oswald and a 1848 Peter Force printing of the Declaration of Independence. For more information, contact Philip Weiss at 516594-0731 or www.weiss

First-Ever Online-Only Sale For New Company,

American Marble Auctions

auctions, will go online Every marble in this auction Friday, Sept. 20, and end is from 1950 and before. Sunday, Sept. 29, at 6 p.m. Wichmann’s partner in the new company is Sami Arim, a (PCT). “We have assembled a seasoned marble authenticagrouping of 200 marbles from tor and grader. Visitors to the virtually every category of website (starting Sept. 18) marble collecting,” said Jeff Wichmann, owner of both A m e r i c a n Marble Auctions and American Bottle Auctions. “These include Akro Agate, Christensen Agate, Peltier and others for Complete set of 1934 Goudey baseball cards uniformly graded the machinePSA 7 and including Lou Gehrig. mades, as well as handmades such as Joseph’s Coat, Clambroths, and This rare giant paneled speckled onionIndian and other skin marble is graded 8.9. The orange jobber box is swirls.” 380 Lots filled with Peltier National The expected star lot, one will be able to view all the Antique - French Bisque - German Bisque Line rainbow marbles. that Wichmann called “too lots and see Arim’s grades. Wood - Papier-Mâché - Cloth - China/Parian rare to value,” is a giant pan“American Marble Composition - Alexander - Others eled speckled onionskin, Auctions is our effort to Steiff/Schuco - Dollhouses - Supplies - Books magnificent and huge, with a establish high-quality and 2.645-inch circumference and highly desirable marbles to at 10am graded 8.9 out of 10 for con- our fellow marble collectors,” RockMeyer Auction Parke, 9 Brooks Avenue, Willow Street, dition. “This is the largest Wichmann said. “We are hop, 9 A.M. ing to follow in Pequea Township, 17584 the footsteps of 477 E. Main St., 19530 Detailed list available soon. some of the sucPREVIEW Friday, October 4 from 10am-1pm cessful marble Antiques, Collectibles, Glassware, Tools, DOORS OPEN auction day at 8am auction houses of AUCTIONEER AY245L Guns, Coins, Advertising, Clocks, much more the past, such as Jessica Shaub Meyer Running Rabbit PHONE 717-464-3541 More info and photos at Photos and details at and Marblealan Lic. #AU3757-L (on eBay). We will complement, but not compete with, dealers like Morphy’s.” Wichmann ST AT 9 A.M. added, “selling Don’t miss getting the best Preview Day of Sale 7 A.M.-9 A.M. marbles through bids for any ephemera items 220 N. Main Street, Suite A Internet auctions you may be auctioning is a complicated 18960 for your clients. b u s i n e s s . Large Selection of Vintage & Modern Toys w/Video Games. Vtg. Star ™ A mid-19th-century handmade Presenting these Wars w/Early Bird Kit, 21 Back Boba Fett, 12 Back Han Solo & Darth gets the word Vader. Transformers w/Sealed Red Alert, Optimus, & More Comp w/ Pennsylvania Dutch ceramic marble is historic and beauout to ephemera and Boxes. Vtg. G.I. Joe w/NIP Figures Incl. Straight Arms, Major Bludd, graded 9.5. tiful collectibles Torpedo & Japanese Figures. Sealed G.I. Joe Gliders. Other Vtg. Toys country store collectors. poses many chalIncl. LJN Wrestlers NIP, Voltron, Dukes of Hazzard, Indiana Jones, four-panel Onionskin marble lenges. We will combine the MASK, He-Man, PEZ, Superheroes, Star Trek & More! Modern Action Call Arlene at Figures from Jurassic Park, Power Rangers, Ninja Turtles, Harry Potter, I’ve ever seen,” Wichmann latest technology in graphics 800-800-1833, ext. 2561 & Lord of the Rings. Many Video Games & Systems Incl. NES, SNES, remarked. “To find one this and bidding software to preN64, Genesis, Game Cube, PS1 & 2, X-Box, Handhelds & Much or 717-492-2561 size, in this condition, with sent the best pictures and More! Rare 1980’s Campbell’s Soup Promo R/C Robots from Shady Maple Restaurant. such a bright pattern, is truly descriptions as possible, with Full Listing Available at incredible.” conservative grading. And For Info or Questions Please Call 855-765-3001 Wichmann has personally each marble sold comes with NEXT DEADLINE: Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium w/3% Discount for Cash/Check collected and been a fan of a money-back guarantee.” OCTOBER 3, 2013 FOR THE NOVEMBER ISSUE! Sellersville Auction LLC AH001943 antique marbles for decades. American Marble Auctions will offer just marbles (mid-20th SATURDAY antique century and before), not conSEPTEMBER 28, 2013 temporary blown marbles. As 9:00 A.M. Wichmann explained, “There are many new glass blowers LIONEL TRAINS and ACCESSORIES who make neat examples, but WINROSS HESS COLLECTIBLES as the true collector sees it, LOCATION: Ono Fire Company, 10805 Jonestown Road, Ono, Pa. From Replica why buy a brand-new marble Allentown Blvd. (route 22) between Indiantown Gap & Cannon when I can acquire a genuine Jonestown - south at traffic light at Farmers Wife Restaurant antique with loads of characto stop sign - left to Fire House on right. MILITARY GUN (ANTIQUE AND OTHERS) ter that might be a century old Lionel, K-Line and American Flyer: LIONEL, ENGINES: 204, 213, 290, AND HARDWARE COLLECTION AUCTION or even older?” 601, 685, 1655, 1992 Special Edition, 2018, 2025, 2026, 2037, 2055, 6110, 8204, 8301, 8506, 8609, Texas Special, etc. some w/tenders and The premier auction will AT 8:30 A.M.! double engines; 4 pc. Union Pacific E636W w/637 & 638 cars; B&O feature some nice examples 8315 w/7215, 7216 & 7217 cars; 6403 Chessie System; NY Central 3 pc. in the Lutz category. One has engine set; IL. Central 4-6-2 w/tender; 2020 w/tender; DeLuth SD18 4067 Snyder Road, 17327 engine; Susquehanna R5-3; Bessemer & Lake Erie SD-38 diesel; 300+/a wide and thick red ribbon 28+ military pistols - 12 Lugers, 4 P-38s, 2 Nambus, Sig Sauers and Walthers most cars; lots of accessories including bridges, water tower, buildings, with a couple of thick Lutz Nazi proof stamped, holsters too! PLUS over 25 antique pistols - Colt, Sharps, apartment, etc.; track; Nostalgic Lionel signs; Plasticville buildings; bands running between two Marlin, Remington and others! 45 long guns - muskets, PA style long guns, double Chattanooga R.R. Company telegraph register; Lionel trucks; Model pontils. The superb example, barrels, drilling, rifles, Springfields, Sauer and Son, Parker Brothers, Winchester, Railroading & Railroad Craftsman books; rolls of background scenery; Remington, Mauser, Arisaka, SKS and M-1 carbines!!! Daggers, knives, and calendars and other unlisted related items. graded 9.5 and 0.781 inches, bayonets - 3 SA German daggers, 6 German dress daggers, several styles of (3) Texaco North Dakota ships, 200+/- Winross trucks including should make $750-$1,000. bayonets with approx. 30 other knives! We also have German helmets, belts, NASCAR Racing; Hershey; Leffler; Zembo, over the road; Mack truck set; Another has three Lutz bands buckles, pins, postcards, pictures and lots more!!! election & local; Ertl post office trucks and US Mail airplanes; radio running between two pontils For a complete listing and pictures go to ID#1922 controlled Sherman tank; remote model T cars; Nylint tow truck; large Come to auction or bid online! and two ribbons with borders, Goodwrench Racing, Silver Knight, Golden Eagle & Mopar trucks & E-mail: many other unlisted items. graded 9.2 (est. $350-$400). Collectors of Peltier will TERMS: cash/check/credit card - 3% buyer’s premium waived w/ OUTSTANDING FALL GUN AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, AT 8:30 A.M.! payment by cash/check. No out-of-state checks unless accompanied by be wowed by a fantastic and ANNUAL THANKSGIVING DAY GUN AUCTION a current bank letter of credit addressed to this auction. Announcements hard-to-find jobber box, filled auction day take precedence over any previous printed or oral THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, AT 8:30 A.M.! PREVIEW ON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1 TO 5 P.M.! with Peltier National Line information. INSPECTION: 7:00 auction day only. FOOD: Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary. AUCTION ORDER: Mixture of items throughout auction. Rainbow marbles. There are ANNUAL BLACK FRIDAY COIN AUCTION FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, AT 9:00 A.M.! PREVIEW ON WEDNESDAY 1 TO 5 P.M., AND DURING GUN AUCTION ten tigers loaded with black Auction by: aventurine and in exceptional Dick & Mary Ulrich AU-000033-L We are looking for consignments for upcoming gun and coin auctions, phone 717-235-4146 today. AUCTIONEER mint condition, five dragons 2051 HORSESHOE PIKE that all have gorgeous Charles and Scott Wehrly Auctioneeers ANNVILLE, PA 17003-8850


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ceramic marble. The glazing is in as excellent condition as the marble itself. Collectors of swirl marbles will be able to bid on a nice Akro Agate marble with dark, translucent ink-blue swirls and rich oxblood veins swirling around on a silver moonie base glass, graded 9.2 (est. $125-$200); and a submarine

Marbles (Continued from page 16)

patterns, five Cub Scouts with great patterns, and five bumble bees with black aventurine, all in an orange box (est. $800-$1,200). A Peltier NLR Rainbow Superman, unusually large (0.869 inches), with four red and two yellow ribbons running between a pair of cutlines on a turquoise base glass, graded 8.9, should hit $500-$600; and a 360 degree Indian, with shades of green, yellow, brown and orange (Above) This is a Peltier bands running between NLR Rainbow Superman two pontils on an opaque marble with four red and yellow ribbons. black glass base, graded 9.8, should hit $750A 15-percent buyer’s $1,000. premium will be applied One of the oldest marto all purchases. Each lot bles in the auction is a will close separately rare mid-19th century when a bid is not entered handmade ceramic for ten minutes. An Pennsylvania Dutch marasterisk next to the minble, 1.414 inches and imum bid ($10 for all graded 9.5 (est. $500lots) means no bid has $700). The blue and black flower motifs decorate been made. “We recommend that both poles, divided with a pink line around the equa- This is a 360-degree Indian marble with collectors use our statetor on this gorgeous yellow, green, brown, and orange bands. of-the-art tools carefully and contact us with any Pennsylvania Dutch Indian swirl mar- questions they might have,” ble with two multi- Wichmann said. “We will be color wide bands available full-time via e-mail info@americanmarrunning between (at two pontils on a and phone translucent blue (toll-free, at 1-800-806-7722) base glass, graded to help bidders make sound smart decisions. If possi9.6 (est. $400- and ble, a visit to our showroom $600). would be helpful.” For anyone American Marble who has participat- Auctions is located not far ed in an American from American Bottle Bottle Auctions Auctions, at 915 28th St. in online-only auc- Sacramento, Calif. tion, the same To learn more about the basic terms and auction that begins Sept. 20 conditions will and ends Sept. 29, visit Here is a Lutz marble with a wide and apply to American w w w . a m e r i c a n m a r b l e thick red ribbon and two thick Lutz bands. Marble Auctions.

Collection Of Red Cross Posters

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SPRING CITY, PA 19475 ANTIQUE TOYS & TRAINS, HO TRAINS PRIVATE COLLECTION OF MARX TOYS & TRAINS; Lionel, American Flyer And Ives Trains In The Blue Room. This Will Be A Fun Auction! Lots Of Neat Marx Trains: Military All State Sets, Road Race Sets - Marx Toys, Too! Mickey Mouse, Roy Rogers, etc . Dealer Display Set. Airports, Rockets, Wind-Ups & Friction Toys & Trains. FOREIGN TRAINS by Hornly, among others. Lionel Pre& Post War Trains. Am. Flyer O & S Gauge. Modern Era Lionel. Marx Factory Cartons Of SCALE FREIGHTS. Plasticville. Tin Litho Stations & Structures. Some HO Trains. Estate Collection HO TRAIN AUCTION In The Pavilion. Over 600 Lots From One Collector Of H.O. Trains. Good Selection Of BRASS By Fujiyama Kogyo, Olympia Overland Models, PFM, Tenshodo, United, Westside. Extensive Assortment Of Steam Type And Diesel Locos, Pullman Cars And Freights. Mantua President Adams L&T, Aethearn Conrail Diesels, GHC GG1, Train Miniatures Wood Side Box Car Kits. Roundhouse Car & Coach Kits. Penn Line, Bowser, Hobbyline, Tri-Ang. Varney. United USRA Pacific. This Is A Great Auction, Lots Of Variety - All Quality Collected By A Single Hobbyist. Everything Needed To Outfit Your HO Empire! (Next HO Auction Oct. 5th) Come And Be Inspired By The Holdings Of These Avid Collectors! Please Review Complete Listings At Preview: Fri., Sept. 27th From 7 pm-9 pm And From 8 am-10 am Day Of Auction. All Items As Is, Where Is. 12% Buyer’s Premium w/2% Discount For Cash Or Approved Check.

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Numerous Vintage Quilts



Colorful Quilts





Silas Hoadley Tall Case Clock



Collection Of Lamps

Very Partial Listing: Antiques Clocks Including Silas Hoadley Tall Case Clock Ca. 1850-60’s, Elisha Niles Welch Steeple Clock Ca. 1800’s, Sperry & Shaw Ogee Wall Clock Ca. 1850’s Plus Other Clocks, Furniture Including Large Double Oak Side-By-Side Ca. 1890’s, Collection Of Bird’s-Eye And Tiger Maple Furniture, Primitive Furniture, Blanket Chest, Children’s Early Cast-Iron Stoves, Collection Of Early Ladies’ Hand Fans 1800’s, Old Duck Decoys, Railroad Lanterns, Lionel Trains, Cobalt Blue Decorated Crocks, Tin Toys And Cars, Advertising Coffee Bin, Harry Richardson Print, Brass Beds, Handmade Works By Rose Anne Kirby, Numerous Primitives, Barbie Dolls, Vintage Comic Books, Antique Sadirons And Trivets, Antique Handblown Christmas Ornaments, Vintage Noisemakers, Chein Toys Plus Others, Vintage Embroidered Aprons, Early Coverlets, Collection Of Boy’s Life Magazines 1929-1940’s, Large Collection Of Holocaust & World War II Books, Collection Of Vintage Quilts Including Crib Size And Large Quilts From The Estate Of Dr. Rick Jones, Signed Imported Fine China, Fine Crystal, Numerous Glassware, Large Vintage Red Cross Poster Collection Plus Other Related Items, Advertising Beer Mirrors, Antique Butter Molds, Oak Icebox, Sterling Silver, Early Document Boxes Ca.1800’s, World War I Original Colorful Prints, Antique Tools And Planes, Beer Trays, Antique Hatbox, Numerous Picture Frames Including Early Walnut Frames, Antique Hooks, Depression Glass, Cut Glass, Plus Much More. Hundreds Of Items To Be Sold In This One Day Auction Event!!! Not All Items Listed And Items Still Coming In As Of This Writing!!! TO VIEW PHOTOS OF THIS UPCOMING SEPTEMBER 28TH AUCTION PLEASE GO TO: WWW.AUCTIONZIP.COM (AUCTIONEERS ID#2894)

Tiger Maple Chest Of Drawers

TERMS OF AUCTION: 10% Buyer’s Premium Added To The Hammer Price. Cash, Traveler’s Checks Accepted. OutOf-State Buyer’s Please Provide A Bank Letter Stating That Your Checking Account Has A No Bounce Check History, On Bank Letterhead, Dated 3 Days Prior To September 28, 2013 If You Wish To Write A Check. Checks Accepted From Maryland Residents With Proper ID. All Items Sold As-Is And Where-Is Payable Day Of Auction. All Announcements Made On Auction Day Shall Take Precedence Over Previously Distributed Information. Lionel Trains Toys


301-351-6544 Colorful Lanterns

Colorful Quilts

Collection Of Ladies’ Hand Fans Child’s Toy Stoves






Fire Dept. Lantern




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Fooled By Fakes By Anita Stratos

Watch Th se Watches! Watches seem to be everything these days. They’ve become jewelry rather than simply functional timepieces. Rarely do women own just one - they typically have a small wardrobe of watches with various colors, styles, and accents to complement different outfits. Watches are also symbols of


1021 Rambler Avenue


POTTSTOWN, PA 19464 This is a Discovery Auction, there are hundreds of boxes to be opened. This is what we can see: Early and Important 16-Light Cherry Corner Cupboard, Mahogany Dining Room pieces, Mahogany Drop leaf Table, Pole Lamps, Oak Bedroom Furniture, Eastlake Settee and Chairs, Fancy Oak Tables, Victorian Table, Mahogany Desk, Hoosier Style Cabinet, Figural Planters, Old Cameras, all kinds of Chairs, Painted Porch Rockers, County Stands, Country Stools, Wooden Trunks, Oak Clothing Rack, Walnut Cradle……so much more! Antiques to include: Walking Sticks, Salts and Peppers, Noritake, All kinds of Porcelain, Figures Boxes of Linens, Lamps. Baskets, Toys, Dolls, Trucks, Boxes and boxes of Books, Paper, Children’s Books, Records, Old Crates, Crocks, 1950’s Dishes, Colored Glass, Figural Jugs, Hull, Limoges, Depression, Sets of Dishes, Ironstone, Thistle Pattern, Compotes, Cut and Pattern Glass, Delft, Porcelain Shoes, Victorian Glass, Stangl, Pottery, all kinds and styles, Children’s Dishes, Compotes, Coin spot Lamps, 60’s & 70’s Glass, Baskets, Old Toys, Glass Jars, Lamps, Guitars, Boxes of Silver Plate, Jars and Jugs, Sewing Items, Old Maps, Vintage Photo Album, old clothing, Brass Lamps, Lots of Kitchen items, all kinds of 50’s Glassware, Beam Bottles, Agate, Pitchers, Oak Machinist’s Chest, Milk Glass, Oil Lamps, Pie Plates, Mason Jars, Drum, Golf Clubs, Games, Old Life Magazines, Tins, Candy jars, Lanterns, Showcases, Blue Decorated Crock, Nippon, Pyrex, Garage Full: Tools, Sleds, Chairs, Pictures, Agate, Many Knickknacks, Porcelains, Flow Blue, Pyrex, Music, Cutout Books, Christmas, Records…… There are hundreds of boxes to be unpacked, We will discover many items before the sale, as we find them! The Garage is also packed with tools, and many other items! Please watch the website and for more photos as we Ron Rhoads AU 002045L uncover this Discovery Auction……!!! Food and Chairs, Auction 383 Ben Franklin Hwy. W., DOUGLASSVILLE, PA Eileen Rhoads AU 003750L under tent! 610-385-4818 Robert Homan AU 005360 WEB: WWW.ECHANT.COM 10% Buyer’s Premium

success, especially with men, where watches have taken the place of shoes as status symbols, both in their personal lives and in business. Remember when single women would glance at a man’s shoes to get a general idea of his income level? Well, now their eyes are being cast toward men’s wrists to see how expensive his timepiece is. I personally know a guy who bought a Breitling just to impress women; on the other hand, a financial adviser friend bought one for the sole purpose of landing high-end clients. Guy number one bought his for $475 at a “noguarantees” auction; guy number two got his from a jewelry store. Result? Guy number one got burned with a fake, while guy number two now sports the real deal. Unfortunately, you really

Breitling Navitimer

need to know your stuff if you want to save money buying high-end watches online, at auctions, or in consignment shops. Yes, you can potentially pay less, but you’ll also have wasted the hundreds or even thousands of dollars you did shell out if the watch is a fake with no real value. And if you collect watches, those numbers can really add up.

Rolex GMT-Master-II

Two of the most replicated - and valuable - watch brands are Breitling and Rolex. These watches are handed down through the generations in many families, and their value can actually increase over time, especially after a model stops being produced. So when you see one of these exquisite timepieces being offered for hundreds instead of thousands of dollars, your first red flag should go up. Breitling. The devil is in the details with these replicas. Don’t be embarrassed to bring a magnifier to check the small stuff, it’s the best way to spot a fake. Check for misspellings, missing text, and smudged or unclear lettering. The back of the watch should have text specific to the model, along with the model and serial numbers. If any of this information is incorrect, fuzzy, or misspelled, it’s a fake. Breitlings are precision instruments made with the highest (Continued on page 22)

ANTIQUES & ART AUCTION WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 AT 5 P.M. PREVIEW FROM 1 P.M.-5 P.M. Shady Maple Banquet Hall - 129 Toddy Drive, EAST EARL, PA 17519 LARGE SELECTION OF LOCAL ARTWORK: Andrew Wyeth, Abner Zook, Richard Bollinger, Peter Sculthorpe, Peter Max, Aaron Zook & Others ANTIQUES & JEWELRY In Addition To The Antiques, Art & Jewelry To Be Sold

ARTIST RICHARD BOLLINGER WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PERSONALIZE HIS PRINTS THAT WILL BE SOLD AT THIS SALE. Come Out & Meet The Artist, Invest In Local Artwork & Enjoy The Evening! ANDREW WYETH PRINTS: Monday Morning #216, Harlequin #147, Southern Comfort #147, Snow Hill #32, Jupiter #269, Pentecost #184, The Carry #191. RICHARD BOLLINGER PRINTS: SET 1997: The Last Winter, Settlers Well, Homecoming & The Herr House. SET 2001: Carrot Nose, Brandywine Crossing, The Slate House & Nittany Pride. Anselma Revival Old Buck School - 686 of 750, Counting The Days - Remark - 23 of 30, Nightfall at Fells Point, Tradition, Country Christmas - 68 of 75 - Copper Etching. SET 4/98: Annapolis Morning, Bay Classic, Single Block & City Dock. SET 1996: Christmas Wish - 661 of 750, Winter Treasure - 389 of 750, Mountain Man - 40 of 750 & Garden Gate - 40 of 750. Days End, Autumn Retreat - 511 of 750, A Change of Seasons - 464 of 750, The Colors, A Place To Reflect, Autumn Treasure, December Dawn - Artist Proof - 9 of 10, The Lions Main - 679 of 850. Set 2003: Running Mates, King of The Mountain & Christmas Classic. Homestead Eve, Cross Roads, Harbor Lights, Twin Oaks, Nightfall at Annapolis, Osceola Mill, Ashbridge House - 1 Artist Proof & 1 Remark. PETER MAX: Umbrella Man - 2005. ANATOLE KRASNYANSKY: Officers Celebration #7. EMILE BELLET: Quietude Bleue Au Chat. LINDA LE KINFF: Romane. PETER SCULTHORPE: Topping The Ridge, Man With Fire, Oysterdale Road. AARON ZOOK: Wheat Harvest, Log Cutting, Plus 3 Others. ABNER ZOOK: Limestone Farmhouse. LORRAINE REIFF: Roadside Market ANTIQUES: Gold & Silver Jewelry; Beautiful Music Box With 24 Discs; Lionel Standard Gauge Trains, Some In Original Boxes; Lionel Standard Gauge Station; Lionel Accessories Including Crossing Gate, Semaphore; Street Lights; Vintage Train Platform Fencing; Dozens Of Figures, Celluloid, Cast Iron, Lead & Others; Beautiful Primitive Settee; Red Wing Crock; PA Long Rifle; Persian Percussion Pistol; Cast-Iron Bookends, Hubley Doorstop; Early Magic Lanterns In Original Boxes, Complete; Sterling Handled Repose Parasol; Lonergan Steam Whistle. Terms of Sale: Cash, Approved Check, Visa or MasterCard; 13% Buyer’s Premium, 3% Discount for Cash or Check.



Call Gary for Details: 800 789-5068 or 610 587-8139 E-Mail: For More Photos & Descriptions Auction Co. # AY002122 ID#5793


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Nineteenth Annual Fall Catalogued Auction of 18th & 19th Century Glass including EAPG September 28, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. ET

Specialists in American glass and lighting, 17th to 20th century ceramics, as well as Southern decorative arts, Americana, and fine antiques of all types. Conducting monthly catalogued auctions as well as providing appraisal and collection management services.

X We are actively seeking quality consignments for future Americana, glass, ceramics & other specialty auctions. Contact Beverley Evans at or 540.434.3939, ext. 140, for details.

Comprising more than 800 lots from important private collections from across the United States and featuring provenances such as Elsholz, Jedlicka, Levine, Richards, Cronin and Feld. Early glass including rare blown three-mold, collections of whale oil/fluid lamps and lacy salts, colored candlesticks, 18th c. wine glasses, bottles and flasks, &c.; flint EAPG including the Hobie Porter estate collection of Bellflower; non-flint EAPG including extremely rare goblets and water pitchers, Holly Amber and other Greentown, rare animal and historical, &c.; Victorian glass; plus much more. Visit for more details and photos. This auction will again be held in conjunction with the Early American Pattern Glass Society’s Eastern Region Meeting/Seminar on September 25-28. Note: On September 26 at 1:00 p.m. we will conduct an uncatalogued session of more than 1,000 pieces of EAPG to be sold by tray and shelf lots.

Catalogued Auction of 19th & 20th Century Ceramics October 1, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. ET Featuring a large estate collection of Shelley china; over 800 teapots from a New York City collection; Quimper and related wares; rare Susie Cooper pottery from a Connecticut collection; a fine South Carolina estate collection of Royal Bonn; more than 60 Fulper figural perfume lamps and cosmetic boxes; American and British art pottery; selections of majolica, Limoges, RS Prussia, oyster plates, &c. See our website for additional photos and information. The complete catalogue will be posted around September 23.

Over 60 Fulper figural perfume lamps and related articles. Lidia Buzio and other teapots, from a collection of 800+.

Sample of a large collection of Shelley china.

Asian teapots including 20th c. Chinese Yixing artist-made.

From a selection of Susie Cooper ceramics.

From a collection of Quimper faience.

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Large collection of Royal Bonn including monumental floor urns and jardinière and pedestal, 38” to 50” H.


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New Vintage Market Open In Gilbertsville, Pa.


A new group shop titled Barn Fresh Vintage Market opened in Gilbertsville, Pa. Josh and Denise Berner run the shop, located at 311 County Line Road, in the former Royer’s carpeting store. There is approximately 3,200 square feet of retail space for 24 dealers showcasing a large variety of vintage wares and goods. There is an assortment of antiques, retro, upcycled products, rustics,

As the World’s Largest Collectibles Auctioneer, only Heritage Auctions can supply the market strength to provide the highest possible ďŹ nancial return for your vintage trading cards and sports collectibles. Cash advances, ďŹ nder’s fees and outright purchase offers are always available for quality material, and we are happy to provide free appraisals. And Heritage has never been late with a single consignment settlement check in our thirty-ďŹ ve years in operation.

primitives and even some salvage for the crafters and Pinterest lovers who enjoy creating their own masterpieces. Whether it’s a larger focal piece, a small accent, a simple treasure or that one-of-a-kind item you may be looking for, Barn Fresh Vintage Market serves as an enjoyable place to visit and shop.

That’s a guarantee you can take to the bank.








Barn Fresh is a big supporter of upcycling, which is the process of taking “junk� or low-worth products and turning them into something of greater value. It promotes creativity, saves money, and vendors can make money on their creative ideas that they have put into use. Best of all, it saves energy and helps the environment by removing waste from landfills. With the vintage market (Continued on page 26)

Call 800-872-6467 to discuss opportunities Free catalog and The Collector’s Handbook ($65 value) for new clients. Please submit auction invoices of $1000 + in this category, from any source. Include your contact information and mail to Heritage, fax 214-409-1425, email, or call 866-835-3243. For more details, go to

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TX Auctioneer licenses: Samuel Foose 11727; Robert Korver 13754; Andrea Voss 16406. This auction is subject to a 19.5% buyer’s premium.

Consignments Wanted For Our Fall 2013 Advertising, Toy & Doll Auction Julia’s recent toy, doll & advertising auction was a tremendous success, showing strong prices in nearly every category. The auction boasted a stellar offering that ranged from early American tin to clockwork automotive toys, fine French & German dolls, antique advertising, salesman samples, and much more. For nearly 45 years, Julia’s has been at the forefront of the auction world, regularly handling quality estates and collections with aplomb. Our sterling reputation for honest and fair dealing, elegant presentation and the finest catalogs in the industry, combined with proven results including a great number of world auction records, and the most competitive commission rates in the industry means the greatest net return to you the consignor. We are now accepting quality consignments for our fall Toy & Doll auction. Whether you have one item or an entire collection, please contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation. Below is a mere sampling of items already consigned to our fall auction.

Rare Weeden Water Witch w/ OB

Scarce Columbus bell toy w/ OB

Extremely rare & desirable Bliss Columbus Spiral tower w/ OB

Exceedingly rare Trask “Salem Witch� toy w/ OB

Outstanding Milton Bradley firehouse w/ pumper

Scarce Marklin 1-gauge suspension bridge

Gilbert Atomic Energy lab

Two 35� Skookum store displays, part of a large collection

One of several original flashlight display cases

Salesman sample street sweeper

Buddy L Wrecker

One of several salesman sample plows to be offered

Part of a 200+ piece collection of tobacco & coffee tins

Rockola Official Sweepstakes trade stimulator game

Ward’s Lime Crush syrup dispenser

Maine made salesman sample snow plow

Original & iconic recruiting poster dated 1917

All-original Bru Jne 4

Contact Andrew Truman or Julie Killam Tel: (207) 453-7125 Email: Consultants & Catalogers: Jay Lowe, Rick Saxman, Dorothy McGonagle, Wes Pettengill, Ed Openshaw, Phelps Fullerton Fairfield, Maine | Woburn, Massachusetts | | Auctioneer: James D. Julia Lic#: ME:AR83 S810965

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ANTIQUE FURNITURE & COLLECTIBLES, HAMILTON POCKET WATCH, 1 OZ. GOLD KRUGERRAND, GOLD & DIAMOND RINGS, BEAUTIFUL 12 PANE 7’6” CHERRY CORNER CUPBOARD (2 DRAWERS IN MIDDLE) Domestic Electric Sewing Machine & Cabinet, Upright Cedar Chest, Oval Wall Mirrors; Maple Rocker; Wooden Rainbow 1845 Clipper Ship; Store Candy Jar; Sadiron & Trivets; Doilies; Glass Candleholders; Book: The Boy’s Story Of C. Lindbergh (The Lone Eagle 1928) (Signed By Charles Lindbergh 6/4/29); Ladies’ Diamond & Men’s Gold Rings; Pocket Watch - Hamilton Gold Open Faced Pocket Watch With Gold Chain; 1983 1 Oz. Gold Krugerrand; Lady’s 14k Gold Double Diamond Engagement Ring (.68 Carat) Appraised At $3,800; Man’s Gold Masonic Ring; Doctor’s Ring; 1838 Mbg. High School Ring; Wedding Ring; Mbg. Scrapbook; 1930 Mbg. Boy’s Band Photo; Other Mbg. Photos; Sterling Candleholders; Salt & Pepper & Others; Pewter Items; Ned Smith Miniature Bird Prints (Cardinal & Finch).

(11) JEFF HOFFMAN PRINTS FRAMED (ALL 19-500) Reflections (Black Bear); Overlooking Radel Falls (Fox); At Home (Winter Cardinal); Above The Susquehanna (Goshawk); A Precious Moment (Rabbit/ Butterfly); Feathered Pines (Ruffed Grouse); Looking On (Downy Woodpeckers); Fence Row (Buck); Cautious Crossing (Buck, Doe, Bear); Crossing The Ridge (Turkeys); Neighbors (Bobcat/ Squirrel); 1994 (Wise Guys) Turkey Print By Randy McGovern.


CHINA & GLASSWARE Spode (Service For 12) Christmas Tree Pattern China; German (Rosenthal-Maria) Service For (12) China; Ironstone; Pitchers; Tureens; Platters; Cream Pitchers; Bavaria Dishes; English Ambassador Ware Dishes; Milk Glass Hobnail Dishes; Westmoreland Milk Glass; Colored Glass Vases; Lavender Water Pitcher; Blue Glass Vases; Stemware; Heavy Pressed Glassware; Some Cut Glass; Lead Crystal. TERMS: Cash or Approved Check by Auctioneer. No Out-of-State Checks. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Very Nice Selection Of Modern Furniture And Hoffman Prints. Plan To Inspect. Reason For Sale - Downsizing. ORDER OF SALE: 9:00 A.M. Small Collectibles, China, Tools & Household Goods. 11:00 A.M. Hoffman Prints, 12:00 Noon Car, Pistol, Gold Krugerrand, Pocket For More Details & Pictures, Watch And Rings. 1:00 P.M. Furniture & Check On The Internet At: Large Equipment. LUNCH STAND RESERVED AUCTIONEERS: OWNER: David Deibler 717-362-2942 AU001213-L Evan Bostdorf Ed Shoop 717-896-8305 AU00842-L 4199 Powells Valley Road, Halifax, PA 17032

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and the response from buyers, Auctions America has sellers and attendees has been restored Auburn, Ind., to its overwhelmingly positive. position as the ‘Classic Car This weekend, the Classic Car Capital of America,’ posting Capital of America saw a the company’s strongest sale packed auction arena, specresults to date along with a 40tacular collections, three percent increase in attendance incredible Duesenbergs sold at its annual Auburn Fall under the Auctions America Collector Car Weekend that roof in one day, and the firstwas held Aug. 28 to Sept. 1. ever live NBC Sports Sales reached more than Network coverage from the $28,000,000 with 80 percent Auburn Auction Park. The of all lots sold, demonstrating Auburn Fall event was the the strong and consistent perfect way to cap off a wongrowth of Auctions America’s derful summer for Auctions flagship sale. America, which also included Held during the famous Auburn Cord Duesenberg The 1930 Duesenberg Model J convertible coupe sold for our highly successful debut Festival, this year’s event had $1,540,000. (Continued on page 26) a range of exciting automotive-themed activities to provide a memorable celebration Burnt Chimney Auction Gallery of the hobby. This attracted more than 70,000 enthusiasts to the historic Auburn Auction Park. New this year, NBC Sports Network broadcast ST AT 10 A.M. from the event for three days, Burnt Chimney Auction has been selected delivering coverage of the sale to sell the Estate of a Four Star General from our area to more than 80 million homes Selling the Lifelong Collection of the Estate of a Four Star General across the U.S. Also reflecting (Retired) featuring Country Store Items and Primitives, Indian Artifacts, strong growth, a record numKnife Collection, Advertising and a Vast amount of Rare and ber of bidder registrations for Collectable Smalls along with Antique Furniture and Primitives. the auction were received Huge All Day Event from 17 countries and 45 Special Preview Friday, Sept. 20th 5-7 P.M. Day of Sale Doors open 9 A.M. states across the U.S., high634 Jubal Early Hwy., 24184 lighting the event’s standing as a Labor Day tradition with This Special Event Auction will be Featured Live vast global appeal. Nearly Online, if you can’t make it to the one-third of bidders Live Auction you can Bid Live online, visit our website represented first-time for details and driving directions clientele. WHITMAN SINK AUCTIONEER “This year’s Auburn Fall 540-420-0933 or 540-721-6051 Collector Car Weekend was simply electric,” said Donnie Gould, president of Auctions America. “The world came home to Auburn for this celebration of automotive culture,



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tant feature to look at. Some models, like the Navitimer, Chronomat, Galactic and Professional, have the Breitling “B” at the base of the second hand. If that feature is missing from the watch you’re viewing, it’s either a fake, or the second hand has been replaced with

an incorrect part. An excellent source of information, both technical and visual, is the Breitling website (www.breit There, you’ll see photos and information on the various models along with their construction and materials. Rolex. Fake Rolex watches have come a long way from those old “Polex” watches being sold on street corners, so there’s more that buyers need to look for in these everimproving counterfeits. Certain models, like the Yacht-Master and Daytona, have specific known ele-

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Signs of a Counterfeit: 1. Misspelling on any component. 2. Minute/second hands of the wrong shape or length. 3. Unclear or blurry engraving. 4. Serial letters out of order, unevenly spaced, or unevenly sized. 5. Base metal under gold plating. 6. Gold karat mark on a watch caseback or bracelet that should be made of stainless steel. 7. Unusually loud ticking sound on a Rolex. Reference books, websites, and collecting groups are the best ways to keep from being fooled by fakes. Here are a few: Breitling (; “The Rolex Report” by John E. Brozek; “The Best of Time, Rolex Wristwatches: An Unauthorized History” by James M. Dowling and Jeffrey P. Hess. If you have a topic you’d like to see covered here or want to use any Fooled By Fakes content on your website or in print, please email the author at

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on the back with the case reference number; if the watch was made after 2002, it will also have the trademark crown. On the other hand, a fake sticker may not have the holographic quality, so it won’t appear 3-dimensional when viewed at different angles. It may also have incorrect text on the sticker. The golden rule with high-end watches is: if it isn’t “right,” it isn’t real. Any good watch purchase should come with a detailed receipt and money-back guarantee in case you discover that the watch is fake after you take it home or take it to a reputable, knowledgeable jeweler. Not all jewelers are watch experts, and many have been fooled by fakes themselves, so find someone with experience. All photos via Wikipedia.

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and (2) some pre-1990s ladies’ watch models had a variation of “Original Rolex Design” engraved in an arc on the back, and Sea-Dweller backs had “Rolex Oyster Original Gas Escape Valve” engraved around the outer edge of the back. Engraved letters and numbers almost always hold some clues. High-end watch companies like Rolex evenly space letter and number series, their sizes are uniform, and the engraving is crisp and clear. Fakes can have uneven spacing, non-uniform sizes, blurry engraving, or reversals of letters in specific codes. You may need to open up the watch in order to check for all these details, but a reputable seller will allow such a close inspection. New Rolexes come with a hologram encoded sticker



ments that counterfeiters usually overlook or duplicate incorrectly. Because of space restrictions, we’ll just talk about some overall generalities. First of all, all Rolexes are waterproof, so any Rolex that leaks underwater is a fake. Another easy thing to check is the “cyclops” - the magnifier over the date. It should give a 2.5 times magnification, and no less. Most fakes only reach 1.5 times magnification, though some are getting closer. For the most part, the caseback shouldn’t be engraved, and it shouldn’t be clear. Of course, there are exceptions to both of these general rules: (1) Rolex did make a couple of watches with clear glass casebacks in the 1930s, but they didn’t become production pieces;

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attention to quality, so anything less just isn’t a Breitling. Breitling bands and heads that are made of stainless steel have some weight to them, whereas the fakes are lighter and may not be stainless (some Breitlings are made from titanium, so you need to know what your model should be). While you’re focused on the band, look at the endpieces - the Breitling name should be clearly stamped into one end and the logo should be stamped on the other. You may also find the brand name on the back of the links. Breitling also makes bands out of hides such as cowhide and crocodile (no synthetic leather-like materials are

used) and their sports watches have rubber straps with the Breitling name and logo. The Unofficial Breitling Source ( w w w. b r e i t l i n g has a very helpful list of bracelet and strap types along with their reference numbers. The hands on a Breitling watch are another impor-


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One of the Most Important PERIOD ANTIQUE COLLECTIONS to be offered in Lancaster County, PA. PERIOD ANTIQUES: It is our privilege to offer this astonishing collection some of which has been held for 8 generations by one of Lancaster Co.’s most notable families. Collection features sev. orig. artworks commissioned by the Coleman family, incl. Thomas Sully (1783-1872) & Jacob Eichholtz. Some of the most impressive furniture pieces to ever be offered locally incl. an American Queen Anne Mahogany Blockfront Desk & Bookcase, Boston 1745-55, an 8-Day American Federal Inlaid Mahog. Tall Case Clock, Simon Willard, Mass., circa. 1805, & a Rare American Chippendale Mahog. Folding Top Card Table, NY, circa 1775 OTHER HIGHLIGHTS INCL.: Henry Pratt Sterling Silver Mug; American Federal Mahog. Desk Bookcase circa. 1790 w/French Bracket Feet; Joseph Richardson, Phila. Silver; Presentation Sterling Silver Trophies; Lg. Collect. Gaudy Dutch 50+ Pcs. Incl. Hollowware; CI Stove Plate by Jacob Huber dated 1755; Oriental Rugs; Stiegel Glass; Early 1750-1780 Gilt Looking Glass w/ Phoenix Crest; 1790’s American Folding Oval Top Table; American Federal 1790 Writing Table; Sheraton Inlaid Sofa; Good Andirons; Hepplewhite Sideboard; American Paintings; George III Mahogany & Satinwood Side Table; Phila. Chippendale 4 Drawer Chest; Rare American Chippendale Reverse Serpentine Slant Front Desk 1760-1780; Queen Anne circa 1740 Looking Glass; 3 Section DR Table; Early Sandstone Water Trough; Lg. Millstone; Rare Pair CI Dog Figures; Good Export China; & many more items of interest. For Full Listing & Catalog Visit Inventory Subject To Change. REAL ESTATE TERMS & CONDITIONS: 10% down day of sale. Balance due at settlement on or before 60 days. Announcements made on the day of sale take precedence over advertised information. Auctioneers: John M. Hess AU003484L Phil Nissley AU002874L Judah Bauman AU005846 AY000253L 717-664-5238 or 877-599-8894


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Public Estate Auction To Settle The Estate of Ruth and Martin Cruver Sr. 45 Hartzell Ferry Road, Mt. Bethel, PA 18343

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Decorative Arts Sale Tuesday, Sept. 24th at 10am Wednesday, Sept. 25th at 10am 463 E. Lancaster Ave., Downingtown, Downingtown, PA 19335 P: (610) 269-4040 F: (610) 269-9274

Bronze signal cannon.


Patek Philippe pocket watch.

Currier and Ives color lithograph.

Louis Vuitton steamer trunk.

Tiffany Studios bronze table lamp.

New York brass surveyor’s transit by Kutz.

Acme Wagon Company, painted child’s wagon.

Flame stitch purse, dated 1766.

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Winchester Hotchkiss first model saddle ring carbine.

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sale in southern California.” In honor of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival, locally built vehicles were prominently featured among the 1,123 automobiles offered, with top sales honors going to a highly desirable 1930 Duesenberg Model J convertible coupe selling for $1,540,000; a rare 1929 Duesenberg Model J sports sedan for $962,500; and a 1935 Duesenberg Model SJ Dual-Cowl Phaeton for $858,000. All were sold during Saturday’s all-new salon offering. Rounding out the top five sales and attracting enthusiastic bidding were an iconic 1973 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona selling for $434,500 and a striking 1933 Auburn Twelve Boattail Speedster for $371,250. Once again proving that Auctions America is an auction house of choice for the sale of private collections, Auburn Fall presented several important collections. Renowned collector and enthusiast Kirk F. White sold a diverse group of 404 lots of memorabilia and antiques

This 1929 Duesenberg Model J sports sedan sold for $962,500.

from his personal collection during a full-day memorabilia sale on August 28, with several of his important hot rods crossing the block during Friday’s sale session. “From start to finish, our experience working with Auctions America was seamless,” said Mr. White following the sale. “Throughout the weekend, I could not get over the quality of people that make up the Auctions America team. Although it was an emotional moment when that last lot was sold,

Marilyn and I were thrilled with the event!” Indiana native Ed Ewing’s collection of 94 eclectic automobiles also attracted strong interest from collectors, spurring numerous heated bidding contests during Saturday’s salon offering. Highlights from Ewing’s collection included a wellequipped and eye-catching 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible selling for $220,000; a rare 1967 Shelby GT 500 Fastback for $200,000; and a popular 1961

A 1935 Duesenberg Model SJ Dual-Cowl Phaeton sold for $858,000.


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being in close proximity to Jake’s flea market and Zern’s farmers market, local treasure hunters have another convenient location to shop. For dealers and customers traveling from Adamstown or West Chester on their way to Jake’s or the Zionsville Antique Mall, Barn Fresh will be a “must stop” location to visit. It is easily accessible and sit-

Fiat 500 Jolly for $99,000. Vehicles auctioned from the prominent collections of William Munday and Richard and Linda Kughn also garnered tremendous interest. As part of Auctions America’s continued efforts to give back to the community, a series of vehicles were sold to benefit four worthy causes during the weekend, including the Fort Wayne Base Community Council Military Support Fund; the Darrell Gwynn Foundation; the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn, Ind.; and the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum in Hershey, Pa. “We are proud to support these important organizations that give so much to both the community and the hobby in which we operate,” commented Gould. “Car enthusiasts are among the most generous people in the world. We’re proud to use our international stage to help organizations that enrich the automotive culture and improve the lives of those who serve our country and of those in need.” Mark Lizewskie, executive director of the AACA Museum, added, “We are

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thrilled to have been part of Auctions America’s successful Auburn Fall sale. The event far exceeded our expectations. It’s a wonderful facility that featured a wide variety of vehicles on the block, along with an excellent automobilia sale. The AACA Museum had consigned five of its vehicles to help fund our new permanent Tucker automobile exhibit, each bringing a better-than-expected result!” Beyond the auction, the weekend’s program also featured one of the Midwest’s largest car corrals and swap meets, organized by Carlisle Events. Thousands of sellers were on-site offering restoration items, tools, parts and collectibles, with many vendors quickly selling out; a strong number of cars were also sold within the car corral. Illustrating the continued popularity and draw of the event, vendors represented 31 states. Other popular festivities forming part of this year’s Auburn Fall Collector Car Weekend included helicopter and monster truck rides, a motocross exhibition, and celebrity autograph sessions. In its first social media contest, Auctions America

gave away a 1966 Ford Mustang convertible on the auction block on Sept. 1. Anyone could “like” Auctions America and its sponsors on Facebook or scan the QR code on the yellow convertible parked in front of the auction office with their smart phone app. Auctions America continues its 2013 calendar of events with the company’s Fall Carlisle sale, Thursday and Friday, Oct. 3 and 4, in Carlisle, Pa. Kicking off the 2014 season is Auctions America’s well-established Fort Lauderdale sale, Friday to Sunday, March 14 to 16. Now in its 12th year, the sale has carved a reputation as South Florida’s premier collector car auction. The company will return to the historic Auburn Auction Park on Thursday through Saturday, May 8 to 10, 2014, for its annual Auburn Spring Collector Car Weekend, once again featuring the AACA’s Central Division National Spring Meet. For full results from the 2013 Auburn Fall Collector Car Weekend, as well as upcoming event information, visit www.auctions

Antique Show Enters 46th Year In Gettysburg Lovers of history and historical souvenirs will find a buyer’s paradise in Lincoln Square during the 46th Gettysburg Outdoor Antique Show, which will be held on Saturday, Sept. 28, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. The show will include about 125 vendors, selling everything from antique furniture to glassware. There will also be an assortment of jewelry, linens and dolls, along with many other collectibles. “It’s a wide variety of vendors,” said show organizer John Angstadt, who noted that there is an increase in the number of interested sellers each year. “As of the middle of August, we have all our spaces currently filled and

have a waiting list to participate,” Angstadt said. “We’ve had a tremendous response this year.” Vendors will fan out from Lincoln Square in downtown Gettysburg along Carlisle, Chambersburg, Baltimore and York streets. The event will be held rain or shine. The proceeds from the semiannual show benefit the activities of the Gettysburg Area Retail Merchants Association. Locals and visitors alike can mark their calendars for the 2014 Spring Antique Show as well, which will be held Saturday, May 17. For more information, call John Angstadt at 717253-5750 or email gettys b u rg a n t i q u e s h o w @ c o m




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Always Seeking High Quality Consignments, call Gary Klinger 717-755-8954

3 P.M. Coins Start Selling At 6 P.M.

THURS., OCT. 10 9 A.M. - Straight Auction/No Internet Bidding/No Reserve - Full Day of selling Antiques, Primitives, Furniture - PA House, Stickley, Colonial Furniture, Advertising, Early Toys, Decorative Items, Lighting, Prints, Paintings, Christmas, Tools, Hardware, Pottery, Porcelain, Collectables, Glass, Military Items, and much more. FRI., OCT. 11TH 9 A.M. - Straight Auction/No Internet Bidding/No Reserve - Full Day of selling Toys, Collectibles, Advertising, Political Items, Comic Book Characters, Batman, Spiderman, Marvel, Models, Cereal Boxes, Marx, Japanese Toys, Matchbox Cars, Beatles, Star Trek, Radio Premiums, Lots of Lunch Boxes, Robots, Tin Windup Toys, Large Flintstones Collection, WWII Home Front Collection, Antiques and more. SAT., OCT. 12TH 9 A.M. - Cataloged Auction - 1956 Chrysler Imperial Four Door, 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible, 100s of Rare Political Items, Prohibition Items, Authentic Political Autographs & Photographs (Nixon, Bush, Clinton & More), Sports Memorabilia, Pressed Steel Toys and Prewar Standard Gauge Lionel Trains Radio Premiums, High Quality Blue Decorated Stoneware, Bjørn Wiinblad Plate, 4th C. Greek Amphora, Peruvian Pottery, Mid-Century Modern, Period Furniture, 18th C. Stepback Cupboard, 1760-80 Philadelphia Chippendale Chair, Nautical Items; Solid Brass Ship’s Telegraph and Compass, Lighting, Primitives, Redware, Tall Case Clocks, Early Photographs, Edison Phonograph, Columbia Graphophone w/Oak Horn, Fantastic Swiss Music Box, Advertising, Antiques, Fine Art, Sterling, Silver, Jewelry (over 50 gold rings), Military, Sports Memorabilia. SAT., OCT. 12TH 2 P.M. Large Private Coin Collection: Morgans, Peace $, LG Cents, Buffalos, Civil War Currency, Early US Currency and More, over 200 lots of high quality coins. Auctioneer ID #19814 TH

Find complete coin list on #12084 Large NJ antique shop liquidation, furniture, pottery, lots of variety. Seeking consignments for our Cataloged Antique Auction November 14, 2013 10 A.M. Call today 717.687.7018 Terms by PA Auction Center 10% buyer’s premium with cash or approved check. 13% buyer’s premium applied to credit card sales.


PA Auction License #AH001891 P.O. Box 3308, York, PA 17402 717-755-8954

S811347 Terms & Conditions will be available online & the day of the sale. SEE NEXT’S WEEK AD FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

3164 White Oak Road, Quarryville, PA 17566


Have Something to Sell? Looking For Something? Have a Service to Offer? Let us show you how to reach 60,000+ collectors & dealers in the EAST! Call Arlene in Classified Sales 717-492-2561 or 1-800-428-4211 x2561

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 FOR 78 RPM records! Send $2 (refundable) for illustrated booklet identifying collectible labels, numbers, actual prices paid. Docks, PO Box 780218, San Antonio, TX 78278-0218.

TIRED OF EBAY? Sell your Sports Cards and Memorabilia to a Collector. Ken Domonkos 848-448-4709,

COMIC BOOK COLLECTIONS. Contact me for FREE Appraisals if you wish to sell your comics or just determine their current value. I’ll provide you honest recommendations based on three decades experience and will assure you receive the fairest and highest prices whether it’s 1 book or a 1,000. Call Ed 215-351-5392 or email

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

WANTED BASEBALL/ BOXING Cards & Memorabilia. Tobacco packs opened/ unopened, pre-war, before 1970. Valuable collections only. No appraisals 610-9990131,

FULPER POTTERY made in Flemington, NJ & OLD TOYS made anywhere. 1hr. from NYC & Philadelphia. I will travel, call Robert Jay 908-735-4008. ART- OLD OIL PAINTINGS wanted, any condition, New Hope School artists, PAFA artists, gold leaf frames and mirrors. 20 years experience. Immediate payment. Call 215-348-2500.

I BUY ENTIRE CD & DVD Collections. New and used. CD: Classical, Jazz, Rock, etc. DVD: criterion, foreign, documentary, hard to find tiles. Phone 301-919-2798, email I BUY RUSSIAN Imperial antiques: Samovars; Silver & Gold orders, Badges, Coins, Porcelain, Officers Uniforms & Daggers, Icons, Paintings. Phone 301-919-2798 email

ALL HUMMELS WANTED: Still paying the best prices. Call John Rokicki 610-213-2361.

AUTO, TRUCK and Motorcycle: catalogs, brochures, manuals and any showroom related items. Ron Ladley, 210 Stone Rd., Barto, PA 19504, 610-584-1665.

KEYSTONE TELEPHONE COMPANY of Philadelphia Wanted. Telephones and related items, signs, telephone books. Call Andy, 732-986-2637 or MOVIE POSTERS Highest Prices Paid Lobby Cards, 1-Sheets, Window Cards, Glass Slides Displays, Dwight Cleveland, POB 10922 Chicago, IL 60610 773-525-9152, Fax 773-525-2969, OCEAN LINER MEMORABILIA china, glassware, silver, paper, souvenirs, posters or models. Cunard, French Line, White Star Line, Italian Line, etc. 607-625-3947 OLDER FIREWORKS OR Packs Wanted by Collector, 573-474-5030 or 573-881-0090.

HAMMOND ORGANS WANTED. Leslie speakers & console pianos. Pottstown, PA 610-495-5234 or Also Orlando, FL Area. MUSIC BOXES WANTED Buying and Selling Cylinder & Disc Music Boxes, Bird Cages, Bird Boxes, Phonographs, Automatas. Specializing in all Antique Resortation Services for over 60 years. Ask for Gerald Wright. Rita Ford Music Boxes, 1253 Springfield Ave. #304, New Providence, NJ 07974, 908-377-3225, 212-535-6717. MUSIC BOXES WANTED, highest prices paid. Gems to junkers- we buy, sell, repair. Chet Ramsay Antiques, 2460 Strasburg Road, Coatesville, PA 19320. 610-384-0514 SHEET MUSIC WANTED, any era. Sandy Marrone, 113 Oakwood Drive, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077, 856-829-6104 E-mail WANTED OLD RADIOS, Tubes, Hi-Fi Equip., Amplifiers, Speakers, Ham Radios, Tube Testers & related items. Large and small collections. Call Rich 484-948-8044, Pottstown, PA.

TOP DOLLARS PAID for Carbide Cap Lamps, oil wick/ lard lamps, blasting cap tins, scatter tags, carbide lamp parts and small mining artifacts needed in my collection. Larry Click 703-241-3748 or email

ANTIQUE TOYS & TOY SOLDIERS WANTED of every description. 1800’s-1950’s. Write for free 3 page illustrated want list. Bruch, P.O. Box 121, Mountaintop, Pa 18707. Call toll-free 800-549-8697 MATCHBOX CARS WANTED If you’re interested in selling your collection, call, fax or write, ask for- Larry, 830 Fulton Ave., Lansdale, PA 19446. 215-855-1962 or fax 215-368-9684. OLD TOY TRAINS, collector will pay generously for well-kept (1900-1970) Lionel, Flyer, Marklin and Ives, trains & accessories. Dr. Bob 215-348-0944


Audio Equip. - Vacuum Tubes Speakers - Ham & Military Radios Surplus Parts - Test Equipment Hi-Fi Stereo & More


SPORTS CARDS AND other sports related items. Publications, pins, pennants, tickets, etc. Pre-1975. Philadelphia items especially wanted. Ellis, 158 Stratford Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19115, 215-934-5618.

DO YOU COLLECT Old Paper, Ephemera, Advertising, Country Store, etc? Subscribe to "THE PAPER & ADVERTISING COLLECTORS’ MARKETPLACE", the monthly collector's newspaper that covers this specialty. For a FREE sample copy, phone 1-800-800-1833, ext. 2541, 8am-4:30pm daily.

COUNTRY PRIMITIVE FURNITURE Pie Safe; 4 drawer New England Blanket Chest; Harvest table; Dressers; Spool Beds; Drop Leaf Tables; Step-back Cupboard; Boston Rocker 239-877-2206.

WATERCOLOR BY GERALD L. Lubeck, “Birds in Flight”, original watercolor 1983, signed, $3,500. Oil Painting by F.D. SILVA original, mid-1980’s, asking $4,000. Norman Rockwell signed lithograph “The Marriage License”, $3,000 obo, ceritficates incl. 862-432-0885.

ANTIQUE FURNITURE REFINISHING Cabinet company offers professional refinishing services for your family treasures. We can match the finish of most antique pieces. Wood furniture only. Contact us for a quote. 717.859.4961

ATTENTION **BIG BARN FULL OF THINGS** Come and search our barn full of antiques, collectables and LOTS more. May have permanent vendor spaces available. Adjacent barns with more goodies. Outdoor Flea Markets and Craft Shows. 965 Park Road, Blandon PA 19510. Between Kutztown and Reading. Call for more info (484)7943693 COLLECT INSULATORS! STARTER kits of four collectible insulators all over 75 years old shipped post paid for $30. Subscribe to the insulator hobby publication, “Crown Jewels”, for $30 per year (12-issues). Or, order both for the special price of $50. Crown Jewels, 65028 Granger Road, Lostine, OR 97857 or phone 541-569-2318 for more info.

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Vintage Tube Electronics DEAD OR ALIVE

610-649-4151 TIFFANY DESK PIECES, lamps, glass. Bill Holland 610-470-5925 or Renningers Sunday Antique Market, Booth A-53, Adamstown, PA 8am-1pm. email

1800-1970 SELL YOUR ANTIQUE TOYS, TRAINS, SPACE TOYS & ROBOTS FOR THE HIGHEST PRICE! No one will pay you higher for Tin Toy Collections! 856-547-5521

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ANDY WARHOL signed and dated original 1964 LIZ TAYLOR print, 23”x23” call 908-930-0909.

ASIAN ANTIQUES SALE 20-40% off Fine Chinese, Japanese- jade, porcelain, snuff bottles. RAB Collection at the German Trading Post, RT 272 Denver/ Adamstown, PA.

TELEPHONES: 1892-1982, over 85 different & associated. Free Cataloge. Wish to sell entire business. Call 608-582-4124


RECORDS IN FREDERICK, MD 33 vinyl LPs, 45s, 78s, Classical, Jazz, Rock, older Pop, Shows, International, etc. Old Glory Antiques L-9, 301-662-9173. Cannon Hill Place (also CDs) 301-6959304. We buy by appt. 301-694-5179.

ALWAYS BUYING PHOTOGRAPHS, Archives, Albums, Snap-shots, Collections. Call Jim 800-872-9990. 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, 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. AUTOMOBILES WANTED. LOOKING to buy old foreign cars, especially British. Will purchase in any condition, also buying parts. Call Ed, 856-816-7321.



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Hugh H. Campbell

Four Late 19th C. O/C Fox Hunt Paintings

Mary Butler

ANTIQUE AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2013 Griffith Hall, Ludwig’s Corner Firehouse


“Roviana Lagoon” One Of Three Works By George Harding

Cold Painted Painted On Porcelain Signed “Wagner”

Featuring Items from Estates & Collections From Chestnut Hill, the Main Line & Chester County Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey.

PREVIEW TIMES: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 7 P.M. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH FROM 7:00 A.M. UNTIL SALE TIME AT 9:00 A.M. SALE INFORMATION: To be held at Griffith Hall, Ludwig’s Corner Firehouse, 1325 Route 100, Glenmoore, PA 19343, (37 miles west of Philadelphia). Phone and left bid services available. Food available. DIRECTIONS: From The PA Turnpike: Take Exit 312 “Downingtown Exit” bear right onto Rt. 100 North through the intersection of Rt. 100 & Rt. 401 to the Ludwig’s Corner Firehouse on the left. From Delaware: Follow I-95 North to Rt. 202 North to Rt. 100 North, cross Rt. 30 and proceed approximately 8 miles through the intersection of Rt. 100 & Rt. 401 to the Ludwig’s Corner Firehouse on the left. TERMS OF SALE: Cash or check with proper identification. NOTE: 17% buyer’s premium and PA 6% sales tax applied to all purchases unless proof of resale number. All purchases must be removed by the end of the sale. Separate Terms & Conditions apply to Internet Bidding platforms through both Live Auctioneers and Artfact


Cold Painted Early 20th C. Football Players OR CALL: 610-827-1910 * 610-574-9010 * FAX 610-827-1930

Part Of A Large Pocket Watch Collection


Signed “Jose Formoso Reyes” French

Massive Herend Dinner Service

Ben Austrian

François Lenfant De Metz

Signed “M.B. Leisz 1925”



Georgian Cellaret

New England Leather Fire Buckets Joseph Sewill Marine Chronometer, C.1880 Ann Wyeth McCoy Baker Rock-Ola Jukebox Inlaid Tiger Maple, C.1820

Johannes Hansen, Copenhagen, Denmark

German Capo-Di-Monte

Farmall “A,” Probably 1957

Vintage Millstone

Inlaid Connecticut Candle Box


New England Tiger Maple


Val St. Lamberts



Abel Hutchins, Concord, New Hampshire

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