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The Hans Sachs Poster Collection, Part II F

This bold poster marks the maiden voyage of the Holland American Line’s flagship Statendam in April of 1929. Geometric shapes and lines of mechanical elements converge to create a sense of movement, strength and grandeur. These many elements create the impression of depth and layering, which forges intriguing linear perspective.

The Dutch artist Doeser created this eye-catching poster for a student theater event. The visible strokes of lithographic crayon bring energy to the majestic pelican and its surroundings. The vibrantly colored pelican stands tall and wears a royal-blue ribbon with a tiny gentleman as its pendant.

The picturesque winter landscape is representative of the traditional Swiss mountain village. A tanned skier flies through the air at the popular Swiss ski location Adelboden. This is one of numerous Swiss travel posters that were highly popular in The Hans Sachs Poster Collection, Part I.

rom Friday through Sunday, Nov. 22 to 24, Guernsey’s will conduct the second of three unreserved auctions of the legendary Dr. Hans Sachs Poster Collection. It will include 1,328 rare vintage posters. The event will be held live at New York City’s Bohemian National Hall, located at 321 E. 73rd Street. Absentee bidders will have multiple options for participating. The vast collection, assembled from the late 1800s through the 1930s by Dr. Sachs, was

This poster exemplifies the sleek Art Nouveau style of Marcello Dudovich, regarded as one of Italy’s greatest poster artists. In the center of the composition, a tanned woman stands blissfully holding a basket overflowing with colorful fruit above her head. Shadows cascade over her strong arms that frame a view of the famed volcano Mount Vesuvius in the background.

Hohlwein is one of the most prolific German poster artists of the 20th century. He developed his own distinct style with sharply defined forms, bright colors and a fair share of humor. The illusion of depth and height of the jumping male figure promotes his athleticism, and thus the strength of the members of the Berliner Sport Club.

thought to have been destroyed by the Nazis when its owner was thrown into a concentration camp in 1938. Following the recent discovery of the collection in the vaults of a Berlin museum, more than 4,000 posters were consigned to Guernsey’s by the Sachs family, while the balance will be gifted to several museums. This past January, the first of the three Sachs auctions was conducted, containing 1,233 posters. More than 20 museums competed, along with collectors, dealers and many others who were attracted to the posters because of their beauty, graphic power, and their meaningful connection to the Holocaust. The works of many prominent artists are featured in these historic posters, some of which are the only known surviving examples. The collection covers such

categories as art (including very sought-after posters from the Secession art movement), propaganda, travel, entertainment (dining, cabarets, theater and early film), products (from cigarette to automobiles), sports and war, with most examples either in German, French, Italian, Russian or English. Since the first auction, several museum exhibitions, from Miami, Fla., to the Netherlands, have been held, featuring posters that will be sold in November as well as the additional 1,300 examples to be sold in the final installment (early in 2014) of this unprecedented auction series. Those wishing to order the comprehensive auction catalogs (for the upcoming and/or past event) or get more complete information should contact Guernsey’s at 212-794-2280 or visit www.guernseys.com.

This stunning poster is one of the three iconic posters that began what became Dr. Sachs’ extensive poster collection, spanning the years from 1898 to 1938 This is also Alphonse Mucha’s first poster, created for actress Sarah Bernhardt, and it is the poster that launched his historic career. This dramatic full-size vertical Koloman Moser, a prominent member of the Vienna Secession, creat- poster revolutionized the way ed this beautiful poster. The mermaid-like woman gracefully floats into advertisements of its time were the composition, forming tiny bubbles in the water surrounding her. conceived. The rich royal-blue background compliments the brightness of the orange font, creating an eye-catching advertisement.

This poster was created by Sátori, who was known for his film posters. It is an example of the artist’s painterly style and use of dramatic color. The intermingling of violent waves, vibrant lettering, and volatile beauty create a dynamic composition. This dramatic visition is captured by the tension between the mysterious ship in the background and the ominious submarine that diagonally cuts through the center of the poster.

This striking poster is a prime example of esteemed German Jewish artist Lucian Bernhard’s graphic style. The elements of the poster are reduced to the title of the product and the product itself. The riders’ scarves trail behind them in the wind as the automobile propels forward, leaving the mountains behind. This poster is one of more than 80 that have been featured at the Dutch Poster Museum’s exhibition, titled, “Saved from the Nazis, the Poster Collection of Dr. Hans Sachs.”

Biró is largely recognized as the leading revolutionary propaganda artist of his time. After the fall of the short-lived Soviet regime, Biró fled from the Hungarian Soviet Republic to Berlin after being invited by Dr. Hans Sachs. This political campaign poster from a Reichstag election of the Weimar Republic (1932) has profound expressive power. The feud between the communist party, known as the KPD and represented as the large red man commanding the background, rises against the political figures in black that are huddled around a table in the foreground.


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Horst Catalog Sale By Karl Pass

Horst Auction Center, located outside Ephrata, Pa., held a 463-lot antique catalog sale on Sept. 28. The total gross was $130,415, and 439 bidders registered in-house, while 399 registered online. It was a busy day for antiquers in the southcentral Pennsylvania region. The fall extravaganza was held at the markets in Adamstown, and John Hess was conducting the Coleman estate sale nearby. Horst put together a highly varied assortment of offerings, and the top pieces were not overlooked. Even in the current highly selective market, which has experienced contraction on multiple levels, when something that is deemed to have merit comes out, buyers continue to respond. For example, a Peter Derr These game wheels ranged from $170 to $550. Most were made circa 1935 and used at Rocky Springs Amusement Park in Lancaster, Pa. Pass photo

(1793-1868) dated “1846” pie wheel of wrought iron construction with a brass collar and wooden handle sold for $4,200. The skilled Berks County, Pa., This lift-top chest painted by folk artist metalsmith is Barbara Strawser depicting two cats in profile known for his facing one another sold for $1,100. Under the l i g h t i n g , lid read “Painted by B.L. Strawser for Julie, 1975.” The shoe feet were later additions. Pass i n c l u d i n g “betty” lamps photo and “kettle” lamps. Pie wheels by Derr are fairly rare. On the other side of the market, a tin coffee pot from the Snow Hill Nunnery sold for a low $55. Horst last sold the coffee pot in 1997 at an

auction dedicated to the Nunnery, which was an offshoot of the Ephrata Cloister and located in Quincy, Franklin County, Pa. The congregation was incorporated as a Seventh Day Baptist Church. The captions showcase some of framed watercolor by the highlights The primitive Foltz done in 1980 depicting a pig among the pot- Romaine and piglets sold to a collector from tery, lighting, Maryland bidding in the salesroom for $350. tramp art, tin- Horst photo ware, chalkware, quilts, furniture, and general country accessories sold. For a schedule of future sales, visit www.horst auction.com.

A paint-decorated dome-lid poplar box with green painted ground, swag and tassel design, and a pair of yellow birds on the lid sold for $4,500. Horst photo

The “Day & Ross” decorated ten gallon stoneware crock sold for $7,000 to a local dealer. Made by J. Hamilton, little is An oak “Hershey’s chocolate known about “Day and/or candies” display case sold for Ross.” The two were possibly $650. Horst photo merchants. Pass photo

This walnut dutch cupboard made by the late John R. Dierwechter (J.R.D.) of Schaefferstown, Pa., sold for $750. The condition report listed the cupboard as being extensively reconstructed. The piece was made from old parts, A circa 1915 Ben Austrian likely in the 1970s or 1980s. landscape painting with a stream in the foreground sold Pass photo for $800. Horst photo

Here is a set of Waldorf flow blue china consisting of 66 pieces. The grouping sold for $3,100. Horst photo

™ A rare cannon pattern spatterware blue teapot with a small spider line sold for $9,800. Horst photo Stamped “P.D. 1846,” this wrought iron Peter Derr pie wheel with a wooden handle and brass collar sold for $4,200. Horst photo

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Titled “The Republican Banner for 1860,” with Lincoln and Hamlin, the framed Currier & Ives print sold for $2,350. Horst photo

This paint decorated slide-lid ballot box with red, white, and blue decoration and about 40 clay marbles sold for $350. Horst photo

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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. www.auntmargaretsantiquemall.com

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.

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.

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. mainstreetantiques.com

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08006 Barnegat Light 609-361-8039 THE SEAWIFE, 1901 Bayview Ave. at Viking Village. Country primitive antique furniture, quilts, folk art, architecturals & garden. Open Fri.-Sun.

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. zeppelinandunicornantiques.com

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.

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.

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.

20758 Friendship 410-286-5932 FRIENDSHIP ANTIQUES 3 W. Friendship Rd. In an 1806 Parsonage offering a wide range of Antiques, Art, Jewelry, Glassware, Collectibles, Fossils and Minerals. Thurs.-Sun. 11-5.

07701 Red Bank 732-224-0033 MONMOUTH ST. EMPORIUM, 27 Monmouth St., Voted Best Antique Store in Monmouth Co., Multi-Dlr 5,000 s.f. shop. Open 7 days/ wk. Space available. 07701 Red Bank 732-842-5400 RIVERBANK ANTIQUES 169 W. Front St. located in antique district of Red Bank. Open Mon. thru Sunday 11am5pm. www.riverbankantiques.com Like us on FACEBOOK. 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.

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

07874 Stanhope 973-347-7373 BLUE HERON ANTIQUES, 34 Main St. Roseville Pottery, Perfumes, Art Glass, Lamps, Jewelry, Paper Weights, Watches, Clocks. CLEARANCE SALE. Open Wed.- Sun. 10-6. Tues. by chance.

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.

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. www.summitantiquecenter.com

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.

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.

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. antiquemarketplaceofhammonton.com

17025 West Fairview 717-732-7680 WE DABBLE, 73 2nd St. (on Rt 11-15) Buying Antiques/ Vintage Marble Collections. wedabble@verizon.net 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. 17225 Greencastle 717-593-9990 THE SHOP 144 E. Baltimore St. 1/2 mi. off I-81 Exit 5. Antiques, Collectibles & Decorative accessories. Open Wed. thru Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-4. 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 www.salvagehomegoods.com

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

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.

08530 Lambertville 215-300-1058 BIBLIOTHEQUE Shop #110 - Golden Nugget Antique Market, 1850 River Rd. Vintage and Antique Cameras, Rare and Out-of-print Photobooks, Cookbooks, Pens. Open Wed, Sat. and Sun 8am3pm Visit/ Like us at www.facebook.com/Bibliotheque08530

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.

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.

18337 Milford 570-409-8636 OLD LUMBERYARD ANTIQUES 113 7th St. 2 large Multi-Dealer Shops, 10,000 sq. ft. Mon., Thur-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. www.oldlumberyardantiquesllc.com

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 www.redbarnvillage.com 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.

Gateway Sells Pair Of Ivory Urns For $6,100 By Karl Pass

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

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

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

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. www.cricketsgardenmarket.com 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.

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SATURDAY, NOV. 23RD, 2013 9 A.M.-3 P.M.

Gateway Gallery Auction of Chambersburg, Pa., sold a pair of large ivory urns at their Oct. 14 sale for $6,100. An intricately carved ivory panel depicting four people also sold for $1,100. This diverse sale included two large groupings of sterling silver flatware. An Old Master boxed group sold for $1,550, and a 48-piece group sold for $820. A three-gallon stenciled stoneware crock from West Virginia sold for $1,200, and a blue-decorated stoneware pitcher brought $775. For more information on this sale and others at Gateway, visit www.gate wayauction.com.

Santa Visits ✦ Train Display ✦ Door Prizes Every 30 Minutes Unique Gifts For That Special Someone ✦ Free Admission & Parking Collecting Food For Manheim Food Bank

Call (717) 898-7443 • Vendors Welcome (Right )Pair of carved ivory urns, $6,100.

ROOT’S COUNTRY MARKET & AUCTION, INC. Market Every Tues. 9 A.M.-8 P.M. (717) 898-7811 Building #6 & #9 (2 Floors)

705 Graystone Rd., Manheim, PA 17545 w w w. r o o t s m a r k e t . c o m (Left) Stenciled three-gallon stoneware crock from West Virginia, $1,200.

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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

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

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Fall Antiques Show Saturday, November 16th, 2013 9:30 A.M.-4:00 P.M. Wall Township High School Donation $5.00 - With This Ad $4.50 Good for One Admission Only

Old Master sterling flatware, $1,550.

Carved ivory piece depicting four people, $1,100.

Appraisals 12:00 Noon-3:00 P.M., $4.00 per item Dealers Contact Dennis Cirrito

48-piece group of sterling flatware, $820.

(732) 295-1106 only between 7-9 P.M.

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12/12-15/13, ATLANTA, THURS 12:45 PM-6 PM FRI & SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center IOWA 11/09-10/13, DES MOINES, SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-5 PM, Antiques, Varied Industries Building, Iowa State Fairgrounds MARYLAND 11/16/13, ELKTON, SAT 10 AM-3 PM, Antiques, Telegraph Rd, Fair Hill Fairgrounds/Cecil County Fairgrounds MAINE 11/10/13, BATH, SUN 10 AM-2 PM, Antiques, Congress St, Bath Middle School NEW JERSEY 11/08-09/13, ALLENDALE, FRI 6:30 PM- 10 PM SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Depression Glass, Pottery, China, 320 Franklin Tpke, Guardian Angel Church Auditorium 11/16/13, WALL, SAT 9:30 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 18th Ave & New Bedford Rd, Wall Township High School 11/17/13, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor 11/30-12/01/13, FLEMINGTON, SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-3 PM, Antiques, 35 Junction Rd, Hunterdon Central Field House 12/01/13, WAYNE, SUM 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor

11/09-10/13, NEW HOPE, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, Rt 202 & Sugan Rd, Eagle Fire Hall 11/16-17/13, KIMBERTON, SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 61 Firehouse Ln, Kimberton Fire Company 11/16/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage Flea Market, 9th & Spring Garden, Spring Garden former Fed-Ex Warehouse

Swann Galleries in New York City held an auction titled “Point of Departure: Postwar African-American Fine Art� on Oct. 3. The sale total was $1,735,690 (including buyer’s premium). There were 149 lots offered; 111 sold for a 74 percent sell-through rate by lot. Nigel Freeman, Director of African-American Fine Art at Swann Galleries, said, “We are very pleased to set a new artist record for Norman Lewis at auction. This important work, previously unrecorded, far surpassed the prior record (also set at Swann, in October 2008) of $312,000. We also saw strong prices for abstract

artists, including Frank Bowling and Al Loving.� The Norman Lewis oil on canvas painting, “Untitled,� done circa 1957, sold for $581,000 to a private collector and was the top lot of the sale. An Elizabeth Catlett “Head� terracotta sculpture, made in 1947, sold for $173,000 to an institution; Charles White, “Hope Imprisoned,� tempera on paper, 1946, sold to a dealer for $62,500; and Alvin D. Loving Jr., “Karin and Janie Talking,� collage of painted and torn papers, 1976, sold This Norman Lewis oil on canvas, “Untitled,� circa 1957, sold for $56,250 to a private for $581,000, which is an artist record at auction. collector. For additional information, visit www.swann galleries.com.

MORLATTON POST CARD CLUB INC.

11/23/13, MANHEIM, SAT 9 AM3 PM, Christmas Open House, 705 Graystone Rd, Root's Country Market & Auction, Inc.

38th Fall Postcard Show

11/29-30/13, LANCASTER, FRI 10 AM-6 PM SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Postcards, 1383 Arcadia Rd, Farm and Home Center

Farm and Home Center 1383 Arcadia Road Lancaster, PA 17601 (off Manheim Pike Rte. 72)

12/07/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage Flea Market, 9th & Spring Garden, Spring Garden former Fed-Ex Warehouse 12/21/13, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage Flea Market, 9th & Spring Garden, Spring Garden former Fed-Ex Warehouse TEXAS 11/08-11/13, DALLAS, FRI-SUN 11 AM-7 PM MON 11 AM-6 PM, Art, Antiques, Jewelry, Stemmons Freeway (I-35) @ Market Center Blvd, Dallas Market Hall/North Hall

30 PLUS DEALERS BRINGING YOU THE BEST IN COUNTRY & PRIMITIVES SAT ., NOVEMBER 16, 2013 ... 10 A.M. - 3 P.M. 4671 TELEGRAPH ROAD, ELKTON, MARYLAND 21921 AT THE FAIR HILL FAIRGROUNDS/CECIL COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS

VIRGINIA 12/07-08/13, FAIRFAX, SAT 11 AM-6 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, Modernism Decorative Arts, 8421 Arlington Blvd. (Rt 50), The Arlington/Fairfax Elks Lodge

12/07-08/13, MAURICETOWN, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 9544 Noble St, Mauricetown Firehall

12/21-22/13, COLUMBUS, SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antique Market, Ohio Expo Center PENNSYLVANIA 11/09-10/13, BLOOMSBURG, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, Rt 11 W Main St, Bloomsburg Fairgrounds Gate #2 Industrial Arts Bldg

Henhouse Primitives Located At 2717 Lewisville Road, Oxford, PA 19363 Will Be Open The Day Of The Show 9 A.M. To 4 P. M. And Will Be Full Of Primitive Antiques. Shop Closed The Week Before The Show...

FOR MORE INFO CALL CECILIA TAYLOR 302-981-7250 WWW.PICTURETRAIL.COM/FROMTHEFARMHOUSE

Friday, November 29, 2013 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturday, November 30, 2013 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. No Pre-Show Buying Admission $2.00 (50 Cents Off With Ad) For More Information Call Kay Feight, (717) 263-1638 Leon Rowe, (610) 444-0641

ANTIQUES at KIMBERTON SHOW

SPRING GARDEN INDOOR ANTIQUE & VINTAGE FLEA MARKET

12/15/13, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd, Wayne PAL Indoor OHIO 11/30-12/01/13, COLUMBUS, SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antique Market, Ohio Expo Center

Admission - $5 per person

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GEORGIA 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

11/09-10/13, ELVERSON, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 4897 N Twin Valley Rd, Twin Valley High School

Postwar African-American Fine Art Auction

Center City Philadelphia’s Only Winter Indoor Vintage Marketplace

Kimberton Fire Company

Former Fed-Ex Warehouse/9th & Spring Garden

61 Firehouse Lane, Kimberton, PA 19460 2 miles south of Phoenixville off Rt. 113

8 A.M. til 4 P.M. - But Early Birds Welcome!

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Saturday 9 am to 5 pm âœŻ Sunday 11 am to 4 pm

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DELAWARE 11/08-10/13, WILMINGTON, FRI 11 AM-7 PM SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, Antiques, on the Riverfront, Chase Center

Swann Galleries Achieves Strong Results At

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11/09/13, KINZERS, SAT 8:30 AM, Persian rugs, quilts, crib quilt, homespun & vintage clothes, Lehnware sewing box, sterling & costume jewelry, 14k pencil holder, old pencil boxes, earthenware crocks & jugs, paper ephemera, photos, postcards, furniture etc., Kinzers Firehall 3521 Lincoln Hwy E, Nickel Mines Auction Co. 11/09/13, MANHEIM, SAT 9 AM, Antiques & collectibles including collection of early advertising calendars, agateware, floral door stop, egg basket, early ephemera; collection of Santa Clauses 11 am, 1667 Cider Press Rd, John M. Hess 11/09/13, QUARRYVILLE, SAT 11 AM, 18th c. Irish breakfront & game table, oriental rugs, 6 formal mahogany dining chairs, other furniture, sterling items, pattern glass & china, 2 crystal chandeliers, Polish china service, Longaberger baskets, toys etc., Bart Fire Hall 11 Furnace Rd, George Wilson & Amos Stoltzfus

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11/08/13, KEMPTON, FRI 9 AM, Valuable antiques, furniture, Longaberger, Hummels, German musical tree stand, oak wall telephone, local pottery, Kempton Community Ctr 83 Community Dr, Arner Auctioneers 11/09/13, CONESTOGA, SAT 8:30 AM, Real Estate, collectibles, glass, Winross trucks, airplane & truck banks, antique & modern furniture, power & hand tools, Sesenich propeller, OnSite 1017 Letort Rd, Probst Family Auction 11/09/13, DUNCANNON, SAT 2 PM, Antiques & Collectibles including country, glassware, vintage Christmas & toys, old tools, New Christmas ornaments, Christmas Longaberger & Boyd's bears, Disney collectibles, flats of jewelry, furniture, coins etc., Rts 11/15 Beside Leonard's Oak World midway between Marysville & Duncannon, Cindy Fenton

11/09/13, SCHUYLKILL HAVEN, SAT 8 AM, Old Gruber decorated wooden spoke wheel wagons from Berks County, early hose drawn sleigh, farm primitives, wooden hay wagon, old milk bottles, Gingerbread clocks, glassware, crocks, early antiques etc., 702 Deiberts Valley Rd, Dean R. Arner 11/09/13, SPRING CITY, SAT 8:30 AM, Antiques including furniture, guns, hunting equipment, Byers collection etc., Auction Center 20 Bonnie Brae Rd, Ron Rhoads 11/10/13, CAMP HILL, SUN 11 AM, Featuring local estates & quality additions., 2228 Gettysburg Road, Lower Allen Plaza, Costea's Auction Gallery 11/11/13, BALLY, MON 5 PM, Oriental antiques & collectibles, Smiley's Auction Gallery 20 N Front St, James A. Smiley 11/11/13, CHAMBERSBURG, MON 10 AM, Furniture, vintage/collectibles/decorator items, lawn equipment, personal property; automobiles 5 pm, Gateway Gallery Auction 643 Kriner Rd, John F. Kohler, Jr. 11/11/13, YORK, MON 9 AM, Antiques, furniture, collectibles, costume jewelry, glassware, china, tools, personal property, 2002 Cadillac Eldorado, box lots, Auction Center 240 Hatchery Rd, Toomey Auction Service Inc

11/12-13/13, SELLERSVILLE, TUES & WED 6 PM, 11/12 - Coin; 11/13 - Estate collectibles including Longaberger baskets, Department 56, Mannequins & 442 National cash register, contemp/vtg art pottery & art glass, vgt toys etc., 220 N Main St Su A, Sellersville Auction LLC 11/12/13, GLEN ROCK, TUES 2 PM, Antiques, tools, 2002 Travel home camper, Chevy Tahoe, lawn tractors etc., 4067 Snyder Rd, Wehrly's Auction Service, Inc. 11/13-14/13, HATFIELD, WED NOON & 3 PM THURS 9 AM, 11/13 - Real Estate closes online Noon, Real Estate 1069 S County Line Rd., Souderton, Pa (commercial) 3 pm; 11/14 - Antiques & collectibles including jewelry, artwork, books, Lladro, glassware, china, 50 Byer's Choice dolls, furniture etc. 9 am, 501 Fairgrounds Rd, Alderfer Auction & Appraisal 11/13/13, KINZERS, WED 10 AM, Tons of box lots, hand & power tools, camera equipment, snow blowers, collection of early Fireman's Assoc. ribbons, old toys, cast iron skillet collection, 6 ft. standing animated Santa Claus, 1950 Ford model 600 tractor w/mower attachment & rake etc., 5336 Mine Rd, Embassy Auctions International

11/16/13, BATH, SAT 9 AM, 19th & 20th C American & European furniture, sterling silver hollow ware & flatware, Royal Copenhagen, art pottery, Asian ceramics, paintings, modern signed prints, Persian rugs, framed 19th C sampler marked Sarah Ann Hagy etc., Klecknersville Rangers Vol Fire Co 2718 Mountain View Dr, Robert H. Clinton & Co., Inc. Hahn Auction Co. 11/16/13, BRODHEADSVILLE, SAT 10 AM, Estate & antiques including firearms, sterling flatware, gold, sterling & costume jewelry, picket watches, hunting & fishing gear, postcard collection, furniture, Black Americana, oil paintings, antique button collection, toys etc., The West End Fire Hall PA 715 & U S 209, Jack Hamblin Auctions 11/16/13, CHAMBERSBURG, SAT 10 AM, Model Trains & Accessories, Gateway Gallery Auction 643 Kriner Rd, John F. Kohler, Jr. 11/16/13, LANCASTER, SAT 9 AM, Boat, safe, lawn & garden, tools, box lots, knives, antiques, toys, pedal cars, 1824 Lincoln Hwy East, Jessica Shaub Meyer 11/16/13, LEBANON, SAT 11 AM, Real Estate of historical city property, OnSite 847 Maple St, Fortna Auctioneers & Marketing Group

11/13/13, LEESPORT, WED 3 PM, Vintage Racing Memorabilia, Leesport Farmers Market Rt 61, Diefenderfer Auction Co., LLC

11/16/13, MANHEIM, SAT 8:30 AM, Early American furniture, implements, artwork, early hand-chiseled stone artifacts etc., 3461 Echo Valley Rd, John M. Hess

11/14/13, CARLISLE, THURS 3 PM, Antiques, collectibles, quality modern, antique & modern furniture, Rt 11, Rowe's Auction Service

11/16/13, MECHANICSBURG, SAT 8:30 AM, Skid loader, mowers, pickup, early car, tools, antiques, furniture, household milk bottles etc., 36 Clouser Rd, Jones & Martin Auctions Appraisals

11/14/13, LANCASTER, THURS 9 AM, Furniture, antiques, oil lamps & lights, parts & hardware, jewelry, household goods, box lots, 1824 Lincoln Hwy East, Jessica Shaub Meyer

11/16/13, NAZARETH, SAT 9 AM, Antique & collectible dolls; Longaberger Baskets 10 am, Nazareth Auction Ctr 330 W Moorestown Rd (Rt 512), Dotta Auction Co., Inc.

11/14/13, MEYERSTOWN, THURS NOON, Antiques including primitives, shop tools, lawn & garden, At the Farm 180 Halfway Dr, Nelson L. Ebersole Roy D. Shirk 11/14/13, QUARRYVILLE, THURS 10 AM, Antiques including pottery, woodenware, furniture etc., 3164 White Oak Rd, PA Auction Center 11/15/13, BANGOR, FRI 1 PM, Antiques including furniture, vehicles, clocks, carnival, glassware, Tiffany, lighting, pottery, silver, jewelry, Asian, African art etc., 521 Richmond Rd, Hartzell's Auction Gallery, Inc.

11/16/13, SPRING CITY, SAT 10 AM, Railroadiana and Modern Era Trains, Ridge Fire Co 480 Ridge Rd, Maurer's Auctions 11/19-21/13, YORK, TUES-THURS, Historical political collection, classic movie posters, advertising items, robots & space toys, coins etc. bidding closes 11/19-21/13, Online @ www.hakes.com, Hakes American & Collectibles 11/19/13, GLEN ROCK, TUES 2 PM, Household, 2007 Toyota Corolla 18K, John Deer 185 lawn tractor, John Deer snow blower, clean furniture etc., 4067 Snyder Rd, Wehrlys Auction Service, Inc.


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DEAN R. ARNER AUCTIONEER LLC. Bertoia’s To Hold Antique Toy, Train, PUBLIC ESTATE AUCTION and Holiday Antiques Sale Nov. 8 To 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 , 2013 AT 8:00 A.M. TH

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Tom Fox’s renowned holiday SCHUYLKILL HAVEN, PA 17972 antiques collection will be the centerpiece of the festive Old Gruber Decorated Wooden Spoke Wheel Wagons From Berks Sunday session. Cty., Early Horse Drawn Sleigh, Early Farm Primitives. Early Wooden The Friday and Saturday Hay Wagon, Early Wagon Seat, Hit And Miss Motor, Early Farm Primitives, Early Dry Sink With Top, Early Wood Working Tools, Early sessions will reveal a wealth Primitive Wooden Box, Old Oil Advertising Cans, Old Milk Bottles, of pressed steel, Lehmann Gingerbread Clocks, Antique Glassware, Crocks, Many Early and other European tin Antiques, Old Farm Equipment, Cub Cadet Lawn Mower, Old N toys; early trains, castTractor, And Much More! Complete Farmhouse And Barn Auction iron horse-drawn and Contents Auction! Don’t Miss This One! automotive toys; and Check Full Listing & Photos At WWW.AUCTIONZIP.COM ID# 21038. two beautiful Marklin “The Bowlers” automaton, patented 1907 by Otto Eichenburger DEAN R. ARNER AUCTIONEER, LLC ships. A Vindex “Mike of Switzerland, multiple actions, bisque-head figures, 42 inches the Speed Cop” with long. Est. $12,000-$15,000. Bertoia Auctions image. AY-002077L 570-386-3389 sidecar and policeman passenger is as perfect feature a full complement of and ladder wagons. A large, Antiques & Auction News as the day it left the figural doorstops. Guests at rarely seen Whitaker’s Patent Vindex factory. “It even the November event will be two-horse push toy with both Is Published Weekly (Continued on page 11) has its original factory greeted by two showcases brimming with doorstop anisample tag should Vindex cast-iron motorcycle and side- and car, production run of less than two make $12,000 years, 8 1/2 inches, green with khaki to $15,000,” driver and rider. Est. $12,000- said Bertoia $15,000. Bertoia Auctions image. Auctions associate Rich first two days will feature Bertoia. AT WEHRLY’S AUCTION CENTER A classic castthree revered collections: part 4067 SNYDER ROAD, Carpenter II of the late Bill Bertoia’s iron 17327 rated occupational shaving mug Tally-Ho, collection; the automotive good to very good, AUCTION #1 toys of the late Judge Glenn is affordably estiMcDonald of Louisville, Ky.; mated at $7,000and the spectacular Early $10,000. “If some- Marklin 2nd Series “Cincinnati” battleAmerican tin toys and trains one has been wait- ship, circa 1912-1915, 34 inches long. Est. amassed by Frank Loveland ing to buy a Tally- $40,000-$60,000. Bertoia Auctions image. AT 2 P.M.! of Gettysburg, Pa. Ho at a reasonable ANTIQUES, TOOLS, 2002 TRAVEL HOME CAMPER, CHEVY TAHOE, Accompanying these impor- price, here’s their chance,” mals, people figures, buildLAWN TRACTORS, tant headliners are additional said Bertoia. “If I collected ings, and whimsical charac2 WOOD SHOPS OF TOOLS, HUNTING ters, each evaluated by fine toys from other cast iron, I’d go for it.” ITEMS, NICE FURNITURE Bertoia’s sales always Bertoia Auctions’ owner, advanced collectors. The late AND MANY OTHER GREAT FINDS!!! Jeanne Bertoia, a top authoriAUCTION #2 ty on doorstops. Many of the doorstops are from her own AT 2 P.M.! collection. COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD! 2007 TOYOTA COROLLA, 18K, “I don’t think any JOHN DEERE 185 LAWN TRACTOR, JOHN DEERE SNOWBLOWER, doorstop collector would CLEAN FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, PLUS WE WILL BE ADDING TO THIS ALREADY NICE SALE!!! argue that, in terms of provenance, a doorstop has Do Your Christmas Shopping At Wehrly’s This Year!!! reached its pinnacle when it’s chosen by Jeanne for her perPICTURES ON AUCTIONZIP.COM ID #1922 sonal collection. She has a great eye for color and condition, and of course, she Boucher #2500 locomotive passenger set. Est. $15,000-$20,000. knows rarity when she sees it,” said Rich Bertoia. Bertoia Auctions image. The Early American tin toys from Frank Loveland’s collection are of a caliber not Wehrly’s Auction often seen at auction. Service Inc. Highlights include a George th Brown fire pumper and other 11:00 A.M. PHONE 717-235-4146 LIC. #AY002060 early horse-drawn hose, reel DOORS OPEN AT 9:00 A.M.

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TWO CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AUCTIONS GLEN ROCK, PA

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ESTATE & ANTIQUES AUCTION SAT., NOV. 16 AT 10:00 A.M. THE WEST END FIREHALL (PA 715 & U.S. 209) BRODHEADSVILLE, PA 18322

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Selling for Stroudsburg, PA and other Estates plus select consignments, all sold without reserve, to include Firearms: Signed William Gardner Kentucky Rifle, Rem. "New Model" Civil War revolver and other guns, magnificent Reed & Barton Sterling flatware set in period oak chest (ca. 1900), gent's cane with Sterling handle, vint. Sterling serving pieces, Gold, Sterling and costume jewelry in quantity, gold and silver pocket watches, Roseville, Zanesville La Moro vase, Civil War CDVs, WWII Vet's Pacific theater bringbacks, advertising & signs, hunting & fishing gear incl. lures, knives, reels, ammunition, related art, etc., postcard collection, Amer. Flyer and Ives trains and layout items, marble top and other furniture, Black Americana, oil paintings by listed artists: Herman Rohde (ca. 1900), Edna Englehardt, Peter Heiden, others; paper & ephemera, tintypes, ant. button collection, toys J. Chein, Smith-Miller, cast iron, Marx, Structo, Hubley, Manoil, windups, battery ops, many CI still banks, wonderful "Darktown Battery" mechanical baseball bank (Stevens 1880's), baseball memorabilia incl. gloves, programs, outstanding Negro Baseball League game poster, coins, old U.S. Stamps, primitives, Fraternal and Occupational shaving mugs, Fenton opalescent hobnail collection, 1890's Cast-iron chandelier from a local church, vint. table lamp with reverse painted dome shade, Flow Blue, Mulberry & other early china, and items too numerous to list. Doors open 8:30 A.M. Auction Day for inspection. First lot sells at 10 A.M. Absentee bids welcomed by e-mail prior to 9 P.M. Nov. 14. Visit Auctionzip.com (Auctioneer ID#4958) for hundreds of photos, directions, Terms of Sale, and AuctionZipLive Bidding Catalog (11 A.M.) for part of this auction, GPS: Lat. 40 deg. 55'33.38"N, Long. 75 deg. 23'38.43W. JACK HAMBLIN AUCTIONS, AU1813L PAA / NAA e-mail: TheAuctioneer@jackhamblinauctions.com Swiftwater, PA 18370 570-688-5735

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1861 Tower Musket, Nice brass cash register (fully restored), nickel-plated cash register, 10 drawer oak cash register stand, “Fry” visible globe gravity feed gas pump, Decorated stoneware, other pottery incl. Bell, Metcalf, ES&B, etc., nice group of mantel clocks incl. Seth Thomas Crystal Regulator w/lion, Navy ship’s clock, OG, Steeple, etc., nice cast-iron “Sailor” umbrella stand, slag glass lamps, lanterns, scales, old kitchenwares, cast-iron doorstops, nice sm. copper apple butter kettle, primitives, paintings & prints incl. Lugioni, Vict. Statuary, Southwest Indian bowls, 19th & 20th C. Glass & China, kero. Lamps, oriental woodblock prints, Death of Geo. Washington newspaper, magic lantern, spongeware, Carlisle egg crate, DeLaval tip tray, other adv., Graupner wood case w/bottles, farm related, lots walnut frames, Oriental decorators, lots of nice items not listed, Check website or Auctionzip for lots photos & updates.

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Period Sheraton card table, country cherry & walnut secretary desk, bird’s-eye maple Empire chest, washstands, drop leaf tables, oak china closet, oak 3 stack bookcase, mahogany highboy, mahogany Gov. Winthrop secretary, early pine chests & cabinets, jelly cupboard, pie safe, other country furn., Child’s Windsor in orig. red, cradle, stands, Empire tilt-top table, mahogany stands, cherry Ethan Allen 9 Pc. DRS w/ corner cupboard, cherry Ethan Allen BRS, other modern & decorative furnishings. Terms: Cash or Pa. Check, out-of-state checks w/prior approval or established credit. Note: Nice varied auction w/lots from Carlisle, Mechanicsburg & Boiling Springs, Furniture at 6:30. Doors open at 10:00 A.M.

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Donley Auction Services To Sell Three Antique Carousels On Saturday, Nov. 16 its kind), a 1932 Buick coupe, a Steinway reproducing baby grand piano, leaded glass windows from the Bogenrief Studios, and antique restored pedal cars. Also up for sale will be arcade equipment, nickelodeons, antique phonographs, music boxes, juke boxes, and paper and tin advertising. The event conveniently takes place the same weekend as the Chicagoland Advertising, Slot Machine & Jukebox Show being held at the Pheasant Run Hotel, 30 minutes from the auction site. The carousel from Kiddieland, the “PTC 72,” was manufactured by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company, which was the largest producer of carousels

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Model Trains & Accessories Will sell the following at GATEWAY GALLERY AUCTION located at 643 Kriner Rd.,

CHAMBERSBURG, PA 17202 on: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16 AT 10 A.M. MODEL TRAINS: (315) lots including: Lionel (Prewar & Postwar and Modern Era); Set #1587S “Lady Lionel” Girl’s Train; 263E/263W O Gauge Blue Comet Locomotive with Tender; 1105 Santa Handcar; 773/736W Hudson Locomotive w/PRR Tender; American Flyer; Marx and more, many with original boxes. Catalog & photos online. Online bidding thru Proxibid.

Preview Friday, November 15 from 3-6 P.M. and Sale Day from 8 A.M. TERMS: Cash. Visa/MC/AMEX/Discover accepted. 13% buyer’s premium discounted 3% for cash or approved check. Online buyer’s premium 18%. Statements made day of sale take precedence.

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Randy Donley, founder of Donley Auctions, will present a one-night auction featuring 300 one-of-a-kind items, to include the Kiddieland carousel and a rare intact 1880s Soda Fountain and Pharmacy interior on Saturday, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m. at Donley’s Wild West Town, located at 8512 South Union Road in Union, Ill. A preview party will be presented on Friday, Nov. 15, at 6 p.m. Viewing will also take place on Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. Other featured items include a 1917 Harley Davidson motorcycle, a 1907 two-cylinder horseless carriage automobile, a 1953 Packard Caribbean convertible (one of only 30 known of

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The Kiddieland carousel from Kiddieland Amusement Park will be offered at Donley Auctions’ Nov. 16 sale.

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Oriental Antique & Collectable Auction MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2013

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Bertoia’s Sale

and tinplate character toys, motif, manufactured in 2and a diverse grouping of inch scale to run exclusively (Continued from page 9) penny toys that includes on Boucher track. “Collectors trotters on a wheeled plat- cycles, a zeppelin round- who are into Early American form is expected to bring trains are well aware of $4,000-$5,000. Boucher’s existence The Friday session and modern-day then moves into importance, but very mechanical banks, little is known about including a Milking the company itself,” Cow, Circus bank and Bertoia said. “A book nicely restored Girl about Early American Skipping Rope, foltrains is currently in lowed by a grouping of the works, and a phostill banks replicating tographer is coming to safes, buildings, aniBertoia’s specifically mals and people, to photograph the Blue including General Gunthermann landaulette, German, clock- Comet and other William T. Sherman. work, 10 1/2 inches, lithographed tin body important trains container, glass-eyed Saturday also pre- with three hand-painted tin figures. Est. entered in this auc- Candy white mohair polar bear with sents a host of $10,000-$12,000. Bertoia Auctions image. tion.” Santa rider, 11 inches high. Est. European, American, Waiting in the wings to $3,500-$4,500. about, both standard and luxBertoia and Japanese comic character ury autos, and other imagina- close out the session are Auctions image. opportunities, led by a classic tive forms. The diminutive approximately 23 pedal cars, 1930s Mickey & Minnie on treasures will be followed by some restored and some very National fire pumper wagon, Motorcycle toy estimated at part II of a Lehmann collec- early ones in their original a water tower, and a ladder $22,000-$25,000, an ever- tion that Bertoia’s introduced state. Among the highlights truck. popular Tippco Santa car, and in their May sale. “The toys are a restored American Day three will feature an even more elusive CK pre- are of exceptional quality,” antique Christmas war Japanese version of a said Rich Bertoia, and ornaments of every Santa car. imaginable form, as include several highly desirThe session also includes able examples: a Boxer well as belsnickles, 1950s/1960s Japanese cars, Rebellion, Snick Snack, and Santa trade stimulators, superb European automotive boxed versions of both the Halloween goodies and a dazzling array of Luna hot air balloon and 19th-century American Baker & Sweep. toys. Crowning the It will then be time to Nov. 10 session are the launch two fantastic Marklin renowned holiday boats - a 42-inch George Washington ocean liner, est. Ives large-scale clockwork locomo- antiques collection of hand-painted tin with cast-iron the late Tom Fox and a $40,000-$50,000, and a 35- tive, spoke wheels, 18 inches overall length. inch Battleship “Cincinnati” Est. $6,000-$8,000. Bertoia Auctions continuation of the magnificent Frank described by Bertoia as “a image. Loveland 19th-century knockout attic find.” It is estimated at $40,000-$70,000. Train aficionados have been eagerly inquiring about the contents of Frank Loveland’s train collection. It’s a premier assortment that includes such brands as Carlisle & Finch, Voltamp, Knapp and Howard. The Cast-iron General Butler still most valuable of Loveland’s bank, J. & E. Stevens Co., 6 1/2 trains is an 18-inch-long inches high. Est. $3,000-$4,000. Boucher Blue Comet set in Buddy ‘L’ Passenger Bus #208, circa 1927-1932, 29 inches long. Bertoia Auctions image. matched blue and cream Est. $3,000-$4,000. Bertoia Auctions image.

toy collection. “Frank’s remarkable collection of paper litho on wood toys would impress even the most sophisticated collector,” Jeanne Bertoia observed. “There are trains, wagons, panoramas, coaches, nautical toys and beautiful Ives toys, including tenpins, trolleys, and a Santa with reindeer.” Special highlights include a Mexican Central Railroad, an extremely rare warehouse, and an open-front U.S. Capitol Building that has an ingenious function. The domes on the Capitol can be hand-turned to provide a

New York City and had an incredible eye for art. He was an active member of the Golden Glow of Christmas Past and was very well liked and respected within the collecting community,” said Rich Bertoia. The list of Dresdens includes many rarities, a hot air balloon, a sailboat with rolled-up sail, trolleys, trains, yachts and both Cupids and Arabs riding camels. Other animal forms include lobsters, a monkey on a greyhound dog, and two stabled horses with a cart. Delicate cotton batting ornaments are highly sought

Silver Dresden Christmas ornament replicating a horse-drawn coach, 6 inches long. Est. $1,800-$2,000. Bertoia Auctions image.

panoramic view of various American Presidents. It is estimated at $3,000-$5,000. Jeanne described the Noah’s Ark in the sale as “a museum-quality showpiece,” adding, “It is almost certainly an English production. Reportedly, it was used as a display piece at the prestigious Harrods department store in London.” The Tom Fox collection includes exquisite Dresdens replicating forms from A to Z. “Dresden collectors aren’t going to believe what’s in this collection. Tom was a very successful interior designer in

after. Bertoia’s will offer collectors many fine choices: a drum major, girl on skis, Santa seated on a reindeer, a clown on a tricycle, and a girl holding a bird. Glass ornaments include Brownie figures, a turnip head and a mushroom head. Halloween collectors can choose from a terrific assortment of vintage jack-olanterns and watermelon lanterns, skulls, devil heads and other memorabilia from their favorite holiday. Many holiday antiques having a patriotic theme will be (Continued on page 14)

NICKEL MINES AUCTION

Mantel Clock

KINZERS, PA 17535 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 8:30 A.M.

AT KINZERS

FIREHALL, 3521 Lincoln Hwy. East,

3 GENERATION LANCASTER COUNTY ESTATE PLUS FEW PCS. FURNITURE FROM A BERKS COUNTY ESTATE

Lehnware Sewing Box

Miniature Blanket Chest

Old Pincushions 1832 Show Towel

Homespun Spread w/Pillow Covers

Doorstops - Bookends & Boot Scraper

Persian Rugs, Quilts, Crib Quilt, 2 Coverlets, Hooked & Braided Rugs, Homespun & Vintage Clothes, 1832 & Other Show Towels, Homespun Pcs., Quantity Of Ladies’ Hats, Gloves, Scarves & Hankies, Furs, Old Baby Shoes, Sewing Items Incl. Old Pincushions, Buttons; Lehnware Sewing Box & Child’s Singer Sewing Machine, Santa Claus Suit, 14k & 10k Jewelry, Few Lots Gold Filled - Sterling & Costume Jewelry, 14k Pencil Holder, Old Pencil Boxes, Blue Deco. Stoneware, Earthenware Crocks & Jugs, Memory Jug, Yellowware Butter Mold, Butter Pats, Few Pcs. Roseville & Other Pottery, Clear & Colored Glass, China, Coll. Of Cups & Saucers, Royal Doulton & Goebel Pieces, 500+ Salts & Master Salts, Ster. Salt Spoons, Foster Campos Banjo Wall Clock, Few Mantel Clocks, Mini. Blanket Chest, Music Box, Approx. 30 Old Banks, Doorstops, Old Baskets, Old Tins, Old Christmas Decorations, Old Photo Albums & Old Photos (Some Of Lanc.), Daguerreotypes & Tintypes, Photo - Leather & Other Postcards, Adv. Pcs., Old Paper Ephemera (Most Of E. Hempfield Twp.), Few Old Books, Military Pins - Photos & Paper Ephemera, Political Pins & Paper Ephemera, Art (Some On Cloth), Furniture Including: Sheraton High Chest, Sheraton Chest, Vict. Kitchen Cupboard, Vict. Jelly Cupboard, Dry Sink, Farm Table, Mortised Benches, D.T. Blanket Chests, Game Table, Rockers & Bedside Rockers, Child’s Rocker - Chairs & High Stools, Much More Unlisted!

Victorian Jelly Cupboard

Foster Campos Clock

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phire lorgnette estimated at $1,500 to $3,000 will be a star lot, as will a 2.62 carat diamond engagement ring (estimate $5,500 to $7,500). Watch highlights include an Elgin doctor’s pocket watch, an 18K James Perret pocket watch and a lady’s 1.32 ctw diamond and platinum wristwatch. Fourteen lots of Native American jewelry will include squash blossoms and cuff bracelets. Saturday’s session will conclude with decorative arts,

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Public Auction FRANK ZEAGER PRIVATE COLLECTION

SAT., NOVEMBER 9TH ~ 9 A.M. 1667 CIDER PRESS RD., MANHEIM, PA

From Lanc. take Rt. 72N. through Manheim to Cider Press Rd. (approx. 1⁄2 mi. S. of Lanc./Leb. Turnpike exit), turn left onto Cider Press Rd., auction house is approx. 3 miles on left, watch for signs. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Collection of Early Local Advertising Calendars; Agateware, Floral Doorstop; Egg Basket; CI Kettles; Soda Advertising Slaw Board; Spittoon; Advertising Cast Iron; Good “Gold Seal Ice Cream” Clock; Copper Teakettle; Fluting & Flatirons; Children’s ABC Plates; Adv. Pocket Watches; Adv. Flour Bags; Very Rare Dietz No. 7 Fireplace Heater; Very Good Grey Iron Casting Co. Mount Joy Potbelly Stove; Candlestick Telephones; Ice Scraper; Klein’s Chocolate Box; Sunshine Peanut Butter Tin; Ertl Toys; Rare Set of 5 Glass Apple Jugs; Spice Box; Early Ledgers; Early Ephemera Incl. Tractors, Trucks & Dairy Cattle; Planters Peanuts Nut Sets; Stoneware Bowls; Good Salesman’s Sample Walk Behind Plow; Hen on Nests; Oscar Meyer Collectibles; Good Cast-Iron Horse Drawn Wagon; Hess Trucks; Trains; Planters Peanuts Jars; 3 Pedal Cars; Hundreds of Advertising Bottles; Country, Floor Model, Slant Front Display Cabinets. Special Mention 11 A.M.: Collection of 600+ Santa Clauses - See Website for Pictures; M&M Collectibles (5+ Tables Full). AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: MR. ZEAGER HAS COLLECTED FOR OVER 50 YRS. AND IS SELLING MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST. Many Items of Interest Not Mentioned John M. Hess Auction Service AY000253L 717-664-5238 or 877-599-8894 www.hess-auction.com Auctioneers: John M. Hess AU003484L Phil Nissley AU002874L Judah Bauman AU005846

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antique medical skeleton will sets will cross the block, cross the block with an esti- including sets by Lunt, mate of $2,000 to $4,000, as Whiting, Dominick & Haff, will a unique 1:16 scale Gorham, Reed & Barton, 4-8-4 steam S. Kirk & Son locomotive and more. Of and tender note is an hand built 1884 Russian by a local icon of Christ Harrisburg, Pantocrater. Pa., machinAssayed by ist between Aleksandr 1947 and Frans Fan-der1960. Toys Flit of St. will include a Petersburg, the variety of icon carries an dolls, marestimate of bles, banks $400 to $800. and a Buddy Silver will L Son-ny be followed moving by over 100 van. lots of fine Over 50 jewelry and lots of silver watches, will be including diaoffered, mond and including tea gemstone sets, pitchrings, gold ers, and a bracelets, Lancaster County, communion antique pieces Pa., highboy (estiset. Nineteen and more. A mate $10,000$15,000). sterling sil14K gold, diaver flatware mond and sap-

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Cordier Auctions will hold their Fall Antique & Fine Art auction in Harrisburg, Pa., on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 9 and 10. Highlights of the sale include a bronze nude sculpture by William Zorach, a Lancaster County, Pa., highboy and an ornate Tiffany tall case clock. The sale will also feature a single-owner collection of Charles Lindbergh memorabilia as well as artwork from the estate of Boris Blai, noted Philadelphia artist, in addition to fine art, sterling silver, furniture, rugs, collectibles and Asian art. The auction will be held in the company’s auction house, located at 1500 Paxton St. in Harrisburg. Saturday’s sale is slated to offer collectibles, toys, jewelry, silver, porcelain, and glass, but it will open with 80 lots of Charles Lindbergh memorabilia. Consigned from a single owner, the collection will offer autographed books and photographs, ephemera, Lindbergh flown airmail, toys, sculptures, and unique collectibles, including reward posters and trial tickets from the Lindbergh kidnapping. Of note is an author’s autograph limited edition of Lindbergh’s book “WE.” Housed in the original slipcase and signed by Lindbergh and the publisher on the title page, the book is number 35 of an edition of 1,000 and carries an estimate of $1,000 to $2,000. Collectibles will offer a wide variety of items, from steins and canes to music boxes and model ships. An

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PUBLIC AUCTION

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH AT 11:00 A.M.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2013

TO BE HELD AT BART FIREHALL, 11 FURNACE ROAD

AUCTION SITE: At the farm, 180 Halfway Drive,

12:00 NOON

QUARRYVILLE, PA 17566

MYERSTOWN, PA 17067

1 BLOCK FROM RT 896 IN LANCASTER COUNTY VILLAGE OF GEORGETOWN SELLING: 18th Century Irish Breakfront & Game Table, Oriental Rugs, 6 Formal Mahogany Dining Chairs, Antique Chest Of Drawers 2 Drawers Over 3, John Donegan Grandfather Clock From Dublin Ireland, 6 Ft. Bronze Garden Statue Approx. 400 Pds., Old Bronze Chinese Urn With Dragons, Set Of 6 Windsor Style Chairs, Ornately Carved Victorian Bed, 6 Leg Drop Leaf Table, Pine Blanket Chest, Blue Decorated Cupboard, Marble Top Sideboard, 3 Drawer Inlaid Marble Top Stand, Victorian Shaving Mirror, Marble Pedestal, Victorian Lamps, Hand Wrought Copper Fireplace Pan, Early Marionettes, Vintage Art Desk & Caulk Board, Sterling Items, Pattern Glass & China, 2 Crystal Chandeliers, Polish China Service For 8, Washburn Banjo, Oriental String Instrument, Epiphone Guitar, Longaberger® Baskets, Byers Cries Of London Carolers, Dept. 56, German Steinbach Nutcrackers, Hummel Plates, Artwork: Vintage Icart, Raoul Dufy, Signed Tom Bluemlein Watercolor (Steeplechase Morn), Steel Engraving (Trail Of King Charles The 1st), Abstract Paintings By May Bender And Much More … Toys: Selection Of Lionel Trains & Accessories, Ertl, Eastwood, Hess Trucks, Die-Cast Trucks & Cars, John Deere, Maisto, Winross LGB, Scale Models, Pewter 1957 Corvette & More. Tools: IH Co. 3 ⁄4 Square Drive Socket Set, Milwaukee Sawzall. Please Go To Auctionzip.com ID #9683 For Photos & Updates. TERMS: 10% Buyer’s Premium. Cash Or PreApproved Check By Auctioneer. Full Payment Day Of Sale. GEORGE WILSON, AUCTIONEER AU-001020-L & AMOS STOLTZFUS, AUCTIONEER, AU-5077

(2 miles E of Lebanon on Rt. 422, L onto Halfway Drive, first farm on R)

SELLING ANTIQUES OUT OF THIS 200 YEAR OLD FARMSTEAD PRIMITIVES: Early dry sink; grained flour chest; large primitive deacon’s bench; 2 lid grained wood box; baby cradle; farm table; plank seat chairs; rope beds; marble top washstand; Victorian marble top dresser w/ mirror; Victorian high bed w/heavily carved acorn finial; marble top stand; Gingerbread mantel clocks; Schoolhouse wall clock; circle top mantel clock; early washstand; old spool cabinet; 2 drawer library table; Depression dining room suite; extension table w/chairs & china cabinet; spool bed; cane seated arm rocker & cane seated chairs; S-oak rolltop desk; full spindle back plank seat chairs; early oak rockers; oak bedroom suite includes chest-of-drawers w/mirror; dresser w/mirror; full size oak bed; old treadle sewing machine; oak clothes tree; drying rack; tobacco sizer; Victorian love seat; Victorian platform rockers; lady’s slant stop writing desk; 2 red velvet tufted chairs; important wingback chairs w/floral print; Depression dresser & Depression chest-of-drawers; copper apple butter kettle; 5 gal. sauerkraut crock; stoneware crocks & jugs; oil lamps; gilded picture frames; retro sofa; Gone With the Wind Lamp; mule team art; Hammond pretzel tin; pewter mugs & plates; dome top steamer trunk; sleigh bells; arrowheads; 2 Wengert’s half pint cream top bottles; Lawrence Bro. milk bottle; iron bean pot; flatirons; brown stoneware jug; toleware; ironstone china; blue Mason jars; 1915 steel license plates; spice cabinet.

PUBLIC PREVIEW: Wednesday, November 13 from 11-5 P.M. CONDITIONS BY: Jannifer Cayless, Executrix

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Doll Auction LongabergerÂŽ Basket Auction SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH AT 9:00 A.M. 330 W. Moorestown Road (Rt. 512), NAZARETH, PA 18064 (11 Miles North of Bethlehem & Rt. 22 or 4 Miles South of Wind Gap & Rt. 33)

Special Preview: November 15th from 4 P.M. to 7 P.M.; Sat. Doors Open at 8:30 A.M. for continued preview and inspection

Over 400 lots! We will be offering an interesting selection of antique and collectible dolls, featuring a local estate collection which has been in storage for nearly twenty years. The highlight of this “fresh to the market� collection includes an 11� Bru Brevette, Belton #106, Kestner #182, S. F. B. J’s, Schoenhut dolls, circus figures and animals, farmer, milk maid, farm animals, and more! Lenci mold #109, F. G. French Fashion, 15� Tete Jumeau (hairline), S&H #1159, Bisque head character babies, Bisque bonnet dolls, Steiff, Madame Alexander compo & HP dolls, Barbie dolls and outfits, plus so much more! Don’t miss the following upcoming auctions: Sat., Nov. 23rd at 10 A.M. Antique, Hummel, Lladro & Swarovski Crystal Auction; Sat., Nov. 30th at 10 A.M. Coin & Sport Card Auctions.

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COIN AUCTION TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH AT 6 P.M. PREVIEW DAY OF SALE 3 P.M.-6 P.M. 220 N. Main Street Suite A, SELLERSVILLE, PA 18960 855-765-3001

Full Listing & Photos Available at www.SellersvilleAuction.com 1988 $5 Gold Proof. 1950-60’s US Mint Silver Proof sets w/1955 Type I Franklin Half set. 1968-Current US Proof Sets. Comm. Proof & Uncirc. Sets. Canadian Proof, Uncirc. & Mint sets w/$1, $5, $10, & $20 Silver coins. Canadian 1ozt .999 Coins. Australian, UK & Other Foreign Proof/ Mint sets. 1996 Atlanta Olympics Prestige Set. 1992 USSR Olympic Proof Set & Wildlife Sets. 30+ Silver Eagles w/Proofs. 30+ Morgan Silver Dollars with an 1882-O MS63, 1889 MS64 & 1878, 1881 Carson City. 1872 Seated Liberty & 1877 Trade Dollar. Kennedy & Franklin Proof Halves. Many Silver Coins including 400+ Barber, Mercury & Roosevelt Dimes. 200+ Barber, Standing Liberty & Wash. Quarters. 300+ Walking Liberty, Franklin & Kennedy Halves w/More! Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium w/3% discount for Cash/Check.

ESTATE COLLECTIBLES AUCTION WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH AT 6 P.M. PREVIEW DAY OF SALE 3 P.M.-6 P.M.

Will sell the following for Tim & Jenny O’Neil who are selling their beautiful stone home on Main Street in Mercersburg, PA and moving. Moved to the COCHRAN AUCTION COMPLEX, 7704 Mapleville Road,

BOONSBORO, WASH. CO., MARYLAND for convenience of sale, on: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2013 9:00 A.M.

FURNITURE & ANTIQUES: Drop Front Burled Secretary; Williamsburg Collection by Baker Philadelphia Highboy; Knockdown Wardrobe; Oak Icebox; Marble Top Dresser w/Mirror & Light Holders; Marble Top Hall Rack; Marble Top Washstand; Oak Washstand; Gateleg Drop Leaf Table; Several Nice Drop Leaf Tables; Round Oak Table w/Claw Feet; Wall Table; Dough Box w/Legs; Marble Top Mirror Stand; Marble Top Victorian Stand, Piecrust Tilt-Top Stand, Tri-Tier Stand & Other Nice Stands; Mahogany Library Table; Mirror Back Settee; Fainting Sofa; Camelback Sofa; Wooden Settee from Franklin Co. Coroner’s Office; Writing Desk; Schoolmaster’s Desk; Several School Desks; Chairs including: (4) Bootjack Chairs, Oak Pressed Back Cane Seats, (2) Wingback Chairs, Can Back & Seat Rocker, Carpet Rocker, Wooden Rocker, Willow Rocker, Sewing Rocker, Several Children’s Chairs, Child’s Carpet Rocker, Painted Child’s Rocker, Corner Chair, Oak Captain’s Chair, & Others; Victorian Single Bed; 3⁄4 Rope Bed w/Trumpets Finials & Old Paint; Victorian Jenny Lind Bed; Pineapple Single Bed & Others; Crib; Cradle; Spinning Wheel; Walnut Hanging Magazine Rack; Hat Rack w/Mirror & Hats; Wicker Settee, Wicker Plant Stand & Other Wicker Items; Fireplace Screens, Stained Glass Fire Screen & Several Brass Fireplace Fans, Fire Grate; Andirons; Entertainment Center w/Television; Dressing Screen; Some Modern Nice Upholstered Furniture; Maple Table & Chairs; Bookcases; Cobbler’s Bench & Other Benches; Trunks including Flattop & Small Decorated Trunk; Needlepoint Stools; WWI Gun w/Bayonet; Barometer; Dippers & Ladles; Very Nice Table & Floor Lights - Double Student Lamp - Electrified, Student Lamp, Banquet Light, Piano Light, Tiffany Style, Gone with the Wind; Paintings, Pictures & Frames - Stoner Prints, Patterson Prints, Currier Prints, Deep Wells; Mirrors - Chippendale Style, Heywood-Wakefield, Etc.; 1875 to 1900’s Antique Clothing - Child’s & Women’s - Seal Skin Fur Coat; Linens; 1852 Mercersburg Coverlet; Several Quilts including Wedding Ring, Butterfly, Iris, Basket, Tulip; Kitchenware; Coffee Grinders; Carousel Horse; Germany, Madame Alexander Dolls & Other Dolls; Cast-Iron Banks; Tin & Cast-Iron Toys - Old Seesaw Tin Toy, Tin Car; Old Bottles; Books; Globes; Oriental Rugs - Persian 14’x10’ 8” & Several Others; Chris Sutter Pottery; Large Copper Kettles; Brass Inkwell; Several Large & Small Brass Buckets; Sugar Bucket; Cheese Boxes; Wooden Bowl; Large Dinner Bell; Brass School Bells; Candelabra & Sterling Silver Candlesticks; Small Appliances - Singer Sewing Machine in Case; Tramp Art; (2) Violins; Sound System; Records; Old Ledgers; Wooden Boxes - Carpenter’s Wooden Box, Wooden Velveeta Box; Cherry Boy & Girl; Potbelly Stove; Cast-Iron Patio Set; Flower Pots; Milk Cans; Jars; Sleds; Coca-Cola Metal Carrier; Goodrich Metal Sign; Army Medical Items from Dr. Unger; Seasonal Items - Wreathes, Trees, Etc.; Bikes; Treadmill; Metal Porch Settee; Shop Vacs; Toolboxes; Aluminum Extension Ladder; Yard Tools & Miscellaneous Items, Too Numerous To Mention. FRANK FEATHERS & JOHN BELL ITEMS: Frank Feather Woman’s Cane; Frank Feather Man’s Can; Frank Feather Mrs. Smith Washington Spoon; Crocks & Jugs - John Bell Jug, John Bell Crock, Solomon Bell Crock, Peter Bell Spittoon & Other Cobalt Pottery. CLOCKS: New Haven Banjo Reversed Painted Clock, Sm. China Clock, Gingerbread Oak Shelf & Others. CHINA, DISHES & GLASSWARE: Belleek, RS Prussia, Noritake, Nippon, Cosmo, Wedgwood, Etched, Crystal, Cut, Depression, Salt Dips, Cloisonné, Porcelain, Mary Gregory, Banana Boat, Gaudy Welsh, France, Vientiane, Soup Tureen, Pressed Glass, Rebecca At The Well, Staffordshire Dog, Sandwich, Pickle Caster, Germany Cracker Jar, Washbowl & Pitcher Sets, & Others Nice Glassware. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: One of the nicest, cleanest auctions of furniture, antiques and collectibles sold this year. Plan to attend! TERMS: Cash or approved check with positive identification. Not responsible for accidents. Lunch Rights Reserved. 10% Buyer’s Premium. Check our website at

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PUBLIC AUCTION

ESTATE AUCTIONS

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH, 2013 AT 8:30 A.M. Location: 36 Clouser Rd., MECHANICSBURG, PA 17055

Lincoln Highway East, LANCASTER,

East Lampeter Twp., Lancaster County, PA

17602

THURS., NOV. 14 at 9:00 am

SAT., NOV. 16 at 9:00 am

FURNITURE - ANTIQUES Great variety of smalls! JEWELRY - OIL LAMPS and LIGHTS Parts and Hardware HH GOODS - BOX LOTS

BOAT - SAFE - LAWN - GARDEN - TOOLS 400+ KNIVES - ANTIQUES - BOX LOTS Hunting & Fishing Items Scout & Military Items Toys - Trucks - Pedal Cars - Bicycles

AUCTIONEER AY245L Jessica Shaub Meyer PHONE 717-464-3541

Directions: From Carlisle, take Trindle Rd. {641} East towards Mechanicsburg, turn right on Clouser Rd. From Mech. {641} West, turn left onto Clouser Rd. Follow to sale on right.

Skid Loader, Mowers, Antiques, Furniture, Milk Bottles, Antique Car, Pickup, & Much More. You don’t want to miss this Auction. Full listing & Pictures at

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TERMS: Cash or Honorable PA Check, All out-of-State checks must be approved by owner or auctioneer. Proper ID needed for Bidder number. Owner and Auctioneers are not responsible for accidents or stolen items. Food stand provided. All announcements sale day take precedence over all advertising. Accepting Visa, MasterCard, & Discover with a 3% service charge. Darryl Jones AU5194 717-226-0776 or 717-776-9498 Jason Brubacker AU5608 717-729-0173

Auction For: Jim & Millie Skelly

MULTI-ESTATE ANTIQUE AUCTION

Public Auction SAT., NOVEMBER 16TH ~ 8:30 A.M.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH PREVIEW: From 7 A.M. to sale time

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MANHEIM, PA

3461 ECHO VALLEY RD., 17545 From Lanc. Take 72N thru Manheim, L at Elizabethtown Rd., L at Meadow View Rd., R at Echo Valley Rd. watch for sale sign. Having recently sold his 18th century log manor house property, Mr. Keener has decided to part with most of his over 35-year collection of Early American Furniture, Implements, Artwork, & Early Hand-Chiseled Stone Artifacts. Since most of that extensive collection had been used, displayed or stored at the log manor house location, he thought it was timely to dispense with much of the collection rather than place it in storage. Rarely do we have the opportunity to offer a collection of this quality or diversity. SELLING w/2 AUCTIONEERS

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: THIS AUCTION YOU MUST SEE TO BELIEVE! 100s OF RARE & UNUSUAL ITEMS, SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE - FROM THE NOVICE TO THE SEASONED COLLECTOR. 10+ Sandstone Water Troughs, 5+ Sandstone Millstones, Period Country Painted Furniture including Oley Valley Dutch Cupboard, Tombstone Decorated Dower Chest, Period Style Mahantongo Valley 4 Drawer Chest, Conestoga Horse Drawn Freight Wagon, Jelly Cupboard, Early Shaker Table, Period Furniture; Rare Wicker Horse Drawn Sleigh; Wooden Wares, Metalwares, Quilts, Blue Decorated Stoneware, Good Collection Redware, and many more items, some rare, too numerous to mention. CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE FOR FULL LISTING & MORE DETAILS

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Full Listing & Photos Available at www.SellersvilleAuction.com Large Variety of Estate Collectibles including Longaberger® Baskets, Department 56, Mannequins & 442 National Cash Register. Contemp./ Vtg. Art Pottery & Art Glass. Risqué Art. Lenox Twilight Bell China Set. Vtg. Toys w/JE Stevens Creedmoor Mech. Bank & Breyer Horse Collection. Ephemera w/Pinup Mags., Postcards, “For Whom the Bell Tolls” 1st Ed. w/DJ & More. Estate Jewelry w/Gold, Silver, Costume & Elgin 14k Pocket Watch. Other Items Incl. Vtg. Condom Tins, Bottles, Décor Items, Antiques, Advertising, Lots of Smalls & More! Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium w/3% discount for Cash/Check. Sellersville Auction LLC AH001943

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auctioned, as well. As has become a tradition at Bertoia’s annual November auction, the final session will close with box lots of mixed Christmas and holiday goods. Only those present in the gallery will be able to bid on the boxes, whose contents are hand-selected with great care. “Our box lots are always very popular with collectors because we make sure each and every box has something nice in it,” Jeanne said. “There

was a large selection of highquality pieces from which to choose in preparing the boxes this time, because the Tom Fox collection is so extensive. The boxes will contain paper, celluloid, glass ornaments and kugels; decorative items, advertising, large Easter eggs and quite a few Dresdens.” All forms of bidding will be available, including absentee, by phone or live via the Internet through Live Auctioneers.com. To contact Bertoia Auctions, call 856-692-1881 or visit www.BertoiaAuctions.com.

SPRING CITY, PA Directions: 20 Bonnie Brae Road (Rt. 724), Spring City, PA

Selling for: Augustus Diener, Daniel Miller, Edward Jamison former Mayor of Pottstown, et al. FURNITURE: Drew Mahogany Dining Room Suite, Heywood-Wakefield Bedroom Suite, Chinese Screen, Mahogany Desk, Various Chairs, Settee, Bird’s-Eye Maple Bedroom Set, Country Bedroom Set, Walnut Marble Top Dresser, Walnut Washstand, Oak Stand, Clothes Tree, Chair, Bookcase, File Cabinet, Rush Seat Chair, Martha Washington Sewing Cabinet, Mahogany Round Leather Coffee Table, Three Piece Mahogany Coffee Table Set, Early Painted Bench, Large Bookcase, Designer Chairs, Tables, Child’s Wicker Carriage, Cherry Dining Room suite, Child’s School desk, Rocking Chairs, Oak Serpentine China closet, Fancy Oak Mirror, Early Dry Sink, Several Vintage Showcases, from Washington Doll Museum, Stools, Tables, Chairs, Etc. GUNS & HUNTING EQUIPMENT: Ainsley Fox Fancy Engraved Double Barrel Shotgun, Remington, Baker, Single Bolt Action Ranger, Winchester, A. Richards, Marlin, And Others. Boxes of Ammunition, Several Mounts, Antelope, Deer, Ram’s Head, And Others, Hunting Items, Books, Gun Cleaning Kits, Boots, Coasts, Shirts, Reels, Bobbers, Spoons, Weights, Fishing Rods, Salt and Fresh Water, Fly Fishing Items, Old Motor, Much More. ANTIQUES: Early Set of Sleigh Bells, Candle Mold, Crocks and Jugs, Cast-Iron Top Hat, Large Collection of Fiesta Dinnerware, Haviland Limoges Dishes, Depression Glass, Early Ironstone Dishes, Heisey Glass, Games, Quilts, All Kinds Of Dishes, Early Christmas Balls, Lamps, Old Eyeglasses, Hats, Lots of Old Buttons, Redware, Many Early Wooden Boxes, Cut Glass, Pressed Glass, Mason Jars, Prints, Lots of Wonderful Paintings, Cats, Etc., 1950’s Christmas, Cameras, Toys, Dolls, Bisque, Composition, Children’s Vintage Clothing, Toni Doll, Attic Full Of Linens, Hats, Stamps, Books, Costume Jewelry, Cranberry Glass, children’s Books, Lots Of Toys, Paper Items, Postcards, Dish Sets, Lots Of Smalls, Radios, Boxes And Boxes Of Antiques, Household Items. Oriental Rugs, Old Lanterns ... So Much You Need To Be There! BYERS COLLECTION: Large Collection Of Byers Dolls, And Display Accessories. In Great Condition With Boxes.

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and roller coasters in the world. It was the last carousel the company produced. While the 50’ in diameter carousel will not be moved to the auction site for presentation at the auction, the carousel’s signature horses will be on full display at the event. The “Kiddieland carousel” has 48 hand-carved horses and is the only carousel in the world with 16 “signature” animals, all of which have the company’s logo carefully carved into the animal structures.

The 1890s Mount Washington Soda Fountain and Pharmacy interior from Haverhill, Mass., is a significant piece of Americana. The complete interior boasts all of the original displays, walls, drawer pulls, and artisan leaded glass fixtures. The pharmacy, which was in business until 1984, was painstakingly disassembled piece by piece. The soda fountain portion of the interior features a polished marble counter and original marble syrup fountain produced by the Lippincott Co., an early innovator in soda fountain

manufacturing. This piece is a prime example of originality and completeness. The auction will also feature an 1880s HershellSpillman Steam Carousel, one of the first carousels ever made. The machine appeals to a multitude of people, as it attracts steam collectors, train enthusiasts, and overall passionate carousel lovers. This 1880s steam carousel has 24 horses with two chariots and the original steam engine that came from the factory. “Not only did the steam engine provide power for the carousel, but it was also the

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Tons Of Box Lots, Hand And Power Tools, Kennedy Stacking Toolbox, Camera Equipment, Snowblowers, Old Pressed Steel And Cast-Iron Toy Cars And Trucks, Old Board Games, Tin Litho Toys, Wings Of Texaco Banks, Belt Buckle Collection, Pipe Collection. A Collection Of 55 EARLY FIREMEN’S ASSOCIATION RIBBONS From The Early 1900’s. Ribbons From Ridley, Media, Darby, Prospect Park, Clifton Heights And Wayne, PA, All Over Delaware County. OLD TOYS: Tootsietoys, Dinky Toys, Manoil. Structo Steam Engine, Two Marx Turnover Tank No. 3, Arcade Cast Motorcycle With Sidecar. Many Other Cars And Trucks. CAST-IRON SKILLET COLLECTION: Over 40 Pieces Of Wapak, Erie, Griswold And Wagner Skillets From A Local Collector. This Is A Big Sale Filled With Quality Antique And Vintage Merchandise. The Box Lots Will Be Filled With Old Glass And Porcelains, Artworks, Frames, Kitchen And Household Goods. We Have A Large Weber Grill Complete With Bags Of Kingsford Charcoal. A 6 Ft. Standing Animated Santa Claus. TRACTOR: A 1950’s Ford Model 600 Tractor With Mower Attachment And Rake. Running Condition But Does Need Work. So Much To See!!!

advertising vehicle,” says Daniel Horenberger from Brass Ring Entertainment, a renowned carousel expert. “Literally, the engine would ride through town with horse and driver to alert the folks that the carousel was in town.” Horenberger, who restores antique carousels, is making a new top for the carousel specifically for the auction. This model is the first carousel to have a spinning top. Before this model was created, the early track machines ran under a stationary tent. Also being auctioned is a solar carousel. This is the only self-sustaining, solarpowered carousel in the country. The amazing all-white carousel is powered by solar panels and is lit up by colorful Tetra Contour LED lights. The model is completely portable and traveled all over the country to promote solar energy. The 1940s Allan Herschell Carousel runs on clean energy and was painted all white to illustrate this point. Both the steam and solarpowered carousels will be on full display and running at the auction. For more information, call Donley Auctions at 815-7909435 or visit www.donley auctions.com.

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ESTATE AUCTION Vintage Racing Memorabilia

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LEESPORT, PA

(Off Rt. 61 halfway between Reading & Hamburg. Follow signs to the Leesport Farmers Market. Back side of market).

Vintage Racing Memorabilia: Huge Collection Reading Fairgrounds Stock Car Items incl.: (21) AFX Slot Cars; (6) Lg. LE Lithos, 100s Photos incl.: Tobias, Tasnady, Chamberlain, Brightbill, Gerhart & 100s more drivers, (42) Hometown Blocks, Fan Club Badges, Tickets, Schedules, Handouts, (100+) The Racer Mags., DVDs; 100s Photos incl.: (20) B&W Indy Auto’ed Official Photos, 70’s NASCAR & USAC, Sprints, Midgets, Local Tracks; Racing Mags. incl.: ‘53/57/58 Indy & ‘69/71 Daytona Programs; 70’s Racing Papers; Orig. 35mm Negs. & 8mm Movies; Early Racing Helmet; Cards Sets incl.: NASCAR Pro Sets, Hot Rod Mag. & AHRA; This listing just touches the surface; Plus Tools, Antiques, Collectibles & Misc. w/too much more to list!

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Public Auction Automobiles, Modern & Antique Furniture, Décor Items, Collectibles, John Deere Mowers & Personal Property Will sell, for the Betty Whitmire Estate, for Rosemarie P. Mahoney, for Jean E. Monn Estate, for the Rosemary Oxenburg Estate, for R. Charles Poe, and others at GATEWAY GALLERY AUCTION located at 643 Kriner Rd.,

CHAMBERSBURG, PA 17202 on: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11 AT 10 A.M. AUTOMOBILES (Sold at 5 P.M.): 2006 Lincoln Navigator, 5.4L engine, AT, fully loaded w/17,272 orig. miles. VIN #5LMFU285X6LJ13626; 2000 Lincoln Cartier, 4.6L engine, AT w/26,523 orig. miles. VIN #1LNHM83W2YY761529. FURNITURE: (3) mod. Victorian chairs; Danish Modern BR & DR suite; dinette sets; recliners; oak lamp stands; bookcases; wicker patio set; mod. oak triple dresser; cedar wardrobe; Lane BR suite; lift chair; jewelry chests; wicker BR furniture; needlepoint chair; mod. Barrister bookcase; single bed; sofa/love seat; cherry curios cabinet; wall stands; wall/sofa table; (3) DR tables w/(6) chairs; mod. hutch cupboard; leather sofa; bar stools; wingback chairs; Grandfather clock; curios cabinets; oak church pew; chinoiserie cabinets; bookcase/desk; (2) glider rockers w/ottoman; BR suites; tiered stand; full length mirror; faux marble coffee tables/end stands; LR suites; Waterfall furniture; Hitchcock - set (6) chairs, (2) candlestands, tea cart and more. VINTAGE/COLLECTIBLES/DECORATOR ITEMS: Set Lenox china (wheat pattern); copper coal scuttles; camel seats; costume jewelry; perfume bottles; figurines; decorative wall hangings; umbrella holder; sets of china; Transferware china; modern dolls/bears; washbowl/pitcher; Danbury Mint autos; Oriental style rugs; toys/games (Tonka, Grove RT760 crane); vintage 1950’s bicycle; Carnival vase; deep walnut frames; angel collection & much more. LAWN EQUIPMENT: John Deere 325 mower; John Deere F510 mower; John Deere lawn trailer; John Deere tax 26 snowblower; Ryobi weed eater; thatcher; Cyclone seeder; lawn carts; Cub Cadet riding mower & other small garden/lawn tools. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Office furniture; flat screen TVs; handicap items; video cabinets; patio sets; flattop trunks; grills; refrigerators; swings; fountain; gun cabinets; washer/dryer; freezer; Serger w/manuals; wrought iron items; antlers; hunting clothes; & general household. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Will begin with general household/tools/lawn equipment. Mowers sold at approx. 11:30 P.M. Main Gallery showcased items beginning at approx. 1 P.M. Vehicles sold at 5 P.M. All furniture at 6 P.M. Remember, if you don’t look you’ll never know!

Preview Sunday, Nov. 10 from 1 to 4 P.M. and sale day from 8 A.M. TERMS: Cash. Visa/MC/Discover accepted. 13% buyer’s premium discounted 3% for cash or approved check. Statements made day of sale take precedence.

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Cordier’s Fall Auction (Continued from page 12) Lancaster County Chinese and Japanese porcelain, cinnabar, porcelain and glass. Chippendale highboy, circa jade, cloisonné, Highlights include a Tiffany 1780 to 1790 (estimate scrolls, Studios dore bronze cande- $10,000 to $15,000). w o o d Other pieces of note labra, a Karl Ens Deco include a blocks, Penthesilea sculpture by and much Pennsylvania Josef Kopp, Sevres inlaid tall chest m o r e . boxes, china sets, art Ethnographic (estimate $900 to glass, and much more. arts will feature $1,200), a Sunday’s session over 20 lots of Chinese carved will begin with musiInuit sculpture rosewood table cal instruments, foland prints as and chair (estilowed by furniture well as Native mate $1,000 to and rugs, Asian and $1,500) and a American pieces fine art, clocks, and including an Gustav Stickley lighting. The highAcoma tall pot child’s dresser light among instrucirca 1920s to (estimate $1,500 to ments will be an 1930s (estimate $3,000). Among 20 RCA Story & Clark $800 to $1,200). lots of rugs will be Storytone Deco elecSunday’s sesan antique Caucasian tric piano. Estimated at sion will offer over Kazar rug estimated $3,000 to $6,000, the 100 lots of fine at $600 to $800. piano was built in 1939 art, including Over 100 lots of as a joint venture paintings, ethnographic and between Story & Clark Asian arts are bronzes, and and RCA. One of only included in prints. The 150 made, it was the first Sunday’s session, highlight of the electric piano and among them a auction will be a debuted at the1939 Chinese famille bronze sculpture World’s Fair. verte table screen of a nude titled Wiliam Zorach (American, (estimate $1,500“Clarissa” by 1887-1966) bronze $3,000) and William Zorach sculpture (estimate an antique (American, Tiffany tall case $15,000-$30,000). C h i n e s e clock (estimate 1 8 8 7 - 1 9 6 6 ) . i n l a i d $20,000-$30,000). P u r c h a s e d Over 70 lots directly from guzheng (estiof furniture will be mate $1,500 to $2,500). the artist’s studio by the conoffered, including a rare three-shell carved Asian arts will also feature signor, the making of the

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the May 31, 1948, issue of Life magazine (a copy of the magazine accompanies the piece). The sculpture is number two of six castings and is estimated at $15,000 to $30,000. Cordier

Auctions will also be offering artwork from the estate of Boris Blai (American, 1893-1985), noted sculpture and founder of the Stella Elkins Tyler School of Art (a campus of T e m p l e University) in 1935. The artwork includes both sculptures by

Charles Lindbergh signed photograph (estimate $1,000$2,000).

Blai as well as paintings by such artists as Walt Francis Kuhn (American, 1877-1949) and Franklin C. Watkins (American, 1894-1972), including a portrait of opera singer Miriam Gurewitz, first wife of Boris Blai, submitted to the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 121st Annual Exhibition (estimate $2,000 to $4,000). Story & Clark storytone piano (estimate $3,000-$6,000).

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PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2013 AT 9:00 A.M. (INSPECT FROM 8:00 A.M.) Klecknersville Rangers Volunteer Fire Company 2718 Mountain View Drive,

devices & 2 sets of verse, approx. 19” square sells SUBJECT To Owner’s Immediate Confirmation of highest bid. Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium * Credit Cards Accptd. * 3% Discount w/Cash or Prior Approved Check * Partial Listing * Much Much More Check auctionzip/websites *

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BATH, NORTHAMPTON CO., PA 18014

Mid 20th C. single pedestal conoid desk w/orig. drawing, sideboard/cabinet w/sliding doors, spindle back armchair, grouping of orig. receipts - pcs. purchased “Sgd. Arrah Lee Gaul 1929” ca. 1967 from the George Nakashima Studios, New Hope, Bucks Co., PA (being sold by family member of orig. owner); full section of 19th & 20th C. American & European Furn. incl. 2 kas’; Country: slant front desk, stepback cupboard, blanket chests (1 in red paint), dry sink, chest of drwrs., dough box, d.l. table, chair table; massive Mission Oak sofa & love seat; Other Oak: BR pcs., set of carved chairs w/lion’s heads, fancy marquetry inlaid desk, washstands; Stylized: Governor Winthrop secretary/desk, Q.A. DR set & much more; Selection of 15-20 Persian Rugs. Smalls/Collectibles: Selection of Royal Copenhagen & Lladro figs., Waterford crystal bowl, Swedish crystal pedestal bowl, Royal Copenhagen tureen, pr./ Staffordshire dogs, Carnival hatpin holder, Arts & Crafts bookends, antique c. iron kicking mule mechanical bank, art glass vase sgd. Mont Joye LC, blue dec. stoneware crock by Fulper, selection of other stoneware incl.: Sponge/spatter ware pcs., antique tin lanterns & candle molds; wdn., tin & glass butter churns; blue & gray agateware pcs., copper hollowware, prim., wdn. grain bowl, unusual iron pot stand, antique tin child’s wagon, etc.; quantity of lamps, lamp parts, shades, etc. (sold in random lots). Sterling Silver: Selection of Tiffany & Co. bowls, other hollowware, set/Reed & Barton flatware - Classic Rose patt. & more; Sports Memorabilia: Official 1936 World’s Series Program - NY Giants vs NY Yankees w/orig. game 1 ticket, 1951 NY Giants Official Prog & Scorecard vs Brooklyn Dodgers. Paintings & Prints: Unframed o/c landscape painting sgd. Oscar Arnold, approx. 30”x60”; small framed o/b seascape marked on verso Charles Ward 5”x8”; framed o/b still life - potted flowers sgd. Arrah Lee Gaul 1929, 151⁄2”x20”; framed o/c portrait of a man w/plumed hat w/name plate reading “Malvolio” - John R. Reid, 21”x14”; framed w/c landscape entitled Maryland Willow 1967 by Bucks Co. Artist Ranulph Bye; numerous other sgd. lithographs, prints & etchings etc. “Sgd. John Framed 19th C. sampler marked Sarah Ann Hagy Her Work Done In the Year One Thousand Eight R. Reid” Hundred and Twenty Three (1823) depicting flower urns, flower baskets, various animals, trees, other

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The Ezra Stone And Sara Seegar Estate Sale By David Iames

It was, as auctioneers like to say, “going, going, gone!” last weekend in Bucks County, Pa., for the remnants of the estate of a one-time radio personality still identified with a phrase of his own: “Coming, Mother.” The personality who made the phrase famous was Ezra Stone. From 1938 to

1942 and again after World War II until 1953, Stone uttered that reply in the cracking voice of an adolescent at the start of a weekly radio show titled “The Aldrich family” in response to the summons of Alice Aldrich, who opened each episode with a stern summons to her son: “Henreeeeeee! Hennnnn-ry

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movement (estimate $20,000 lier (estimate $1,000 to Sunday’s auction will to $30,000), a Pennsylvania $2,000). A full online catalog of conclude with clocks and grain painted example (estilighting. Seven tall case mate $5,000 to $7,000) and a the two-day auction is availon clocks will be offered includ- Hershede five tube (estimate able Aldrich!” ing a profusely carved 19th- $3,000 to $5,000). Of note in www.CordierAntiques.com. For additional informaThe two-day auction was century Tiffany & Co. nine lighting will be an Erik conducted in Plumsteadville, tube with Walter Durfee Hoglund nine-light chande- tion, call 717-731-8662. Pa., by the Robert H. Clinton Company Inc. of Ottsville, Pa., and the Hahn Auction Company of Bath, Pa. It also offered items belonging to Stone’s wife, actress Sara Seegar, perhaps best-known for her role as one of the town gossips in the movie production of “The Music Man.” TH 10 A.M. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16 The Stones had been Bucks County residents for AT THE RIDGE FIRE COMPANY, 480 RIDGE RD., SPRING CITY, PA 19475 more than 40 years, with Quality Selection of MODERN ERA LIONEL TRAINS. Plenty of motive power and most of the time spent at their rolling stock. Mike’s Train House engines, accessories, etc. dairy farm, Stone Meadows Simultaneously, in the adjoining room RAILROADIANA AUCTION always an interesting in Newtown. array, from serious collectors of Railroad artifacts and history. Please review complete listings of these and other upcoming O TRAIN AUCTIONS The first session on Oct. at www.maurerail.com 19 was devoted to antiques, Something to look forward to MAURER’S 42ND ANNUAL THANKSGIVING TOY collectibles, silver, decorative & TRAIN AUCTIONS! Four auctions in two days. Friday, NOVEMBER 29 : Bill accessories, and objects of art McCluskey’s PREWAR TRAIN COLLECTION, a great variety of manufacturers, strong on from the estate, including a Lionel. TOYS: Die-cast of the highest quality, and CAR KITS, the best of the bunch from a private German carved blanket chest collector. Saturday, NOVEMBER 30 Premier Collection of POSTWAR LIONEL TRAINS replete with favored sets, L&Ts, High-end diesels, M-Us and operating freights of interest. Animated that sold for $500; a set of accessories. Much in original boxes. See select photos at auctionzip.com #1892. eight miniature cast iron gnomes that brought $1,450; a Chinese or Japanese Successful Auction Management embroidered silk robe that 610•970•7588 (AY001999) went for $1,900; and an oil on wood landscape painting Either Buying or Selling, You Should Know Us. Trusted For Over 40 Years. (Continued from page 16)

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MULTI ESTATE ANTIQUE AUCTION

Lg. Redware Bowl

Jack Savitsky

From the Estates of Frank O. Smith, Kurlan Estate from Bernardsville, NJ & Others Furniture, Vehicles, Clocks, Carnival, Glassware, Tiffany, Lighting, Pottery, Silver, Jewelry, Asian, African Art & Much More!

Cullen Yates

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH AT 1:00 P.M. Hartzell’s Auction Gallery Inc., BANGOR, PA

Oxblood

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A.R. Valentine

DIRECTIONS: 10 Mi. South of Stroudsburg, PA & 15 Mi. North of Easton, PA off Rt. 191 Turn on to Messinger St. Go 5 Blocks Make Last Right on to Center St. 1⁄4 mi. on Left.

African Art Carved Ebony Clock

Furniture: Connecticut Tiger maple lowboy, Federal inlaid chest, Cherry Pennsylvania high chest, Carved Ebony & Victorian furniture, Chinese stands, Cabinet & Chairs. Vehicles: 1984 Rolls-Royce Corniche w/30,058 miles, 1987 Jaguar XJS V12 w/66,424 miles (both are one owner cars), 1977 Corvette w/42,000 miles. Clock: Bronze, Carved Grandfather, Tiffany, Carriage, Etc. Carnival (50+): Trout & Fly Plates & Bowls, Three Fruit Plates & Bowls, Peacock on fence Bowl, Good Luck Vase, Heavy Grape water sets, & much more. Glassware: Cut, Royal Vienna, Meissen, Dresden, Delft Chargers, Tiffany: Desk Set, Floor lamp, Lighting: Muller Fres Zuneville, 10+ Gone with the Wind, Gas 6-arm slag glass hanging light, Waterford hanging chandelier, plus other gas & hanging lights. Pottery: A.R. Valentine (Rookwood), Majolica, Royal Crown Pottery, and other Southern Pottery, Primitives: Large Redware Basin w/slip decoration, plates, Johnsonville, etc., Amphora, Paintings: Oil, porcelain, Ivory - C. Netscher, Cullen Yates, Sterling Strauser, Jack Savitsky, Justin McCarthy, Edna Palmer Engelhardt, & May Banta. Silver: Tiffany, Gorham, Wallace, Early Philadelphia Coin, etc. Jewelry: Platinum, 18k & 14k Gold, Diamonds: Approx. 2 Carat ring, 13⁄4 carat ring, 2 carat diamond & platinum lady’s watch, 11⁄2 carat diamond & platinum bracelet, 50+ dwt 18k gold ladies’ bracelets, Tiffany & Co. rings, & other fine jewelry. Asian: Chinese Porcelain, Woodblock Prints, Carved Furniture, Samurai Sword & other Items. Inuit Carvings, 40+ Oriental Rugs, African Art: 40+ Lots of Early Documented Items bought in 1950’s. Just a Few highlights on this Outstanding Auction! ING TERMS: 15% Buyer’s Premium; Visa, M/C, Discover & Debit. CELEBRAT

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Ursinus College Receives Gift Of Over 1,300 Works Of Art From The Philip And Muriel Berman Foundation works of art now form the core of the museum’s permanent collection. Among the many notable pieces included in the gift are works by: Harry Bertoia (Italian, 1915-1978) “Tonal,” n.d., bronze; William Glackens (American, 1870-1938) “Chester, Nova Scotia,” 1910, oil on canvas; Ellsworth Kelly (American, 1923) “Orange,” 1988, lithograph on paper; Jean Pierre Vasarely (French, 1934-2002) “Quadrature DU Cercle X, Violet,” 1972, acrylic on canvas; James Peale (American, 1749-1841) “Portrait of Mrs. William Duncan,” n.d., oil on canvas; and Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987) “Birmingham Race Riot,” 1964, screenprint on paper.

The collection reflects the dedication to supporting living artists and the passion for collecting of the late Philip and Muriel Berman, who established The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art in 1989. Nancy Berman, president of the Berman Foundation and daughter of Philip and Muriel, has given the collection to Ursinus College in honor of her parents. “My parents believed that exposing students to art would help lay a foundation for a life of creativity, enjoyment and curiosity, no matter what discipline they studied,” said Nancy Berman. “They found a willing and responsive partner in Ursinus College when they came together nearly 25 years ago to create an art museum on the campus of my dad’s alma mater. With this gift, the Berman now has a permanent

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fessional histories of the Stones and their role in Bucks County’s development in the Washington Crossing area. Lower Bucks had long been a theatrical center, looking more to New York than to the closer-by Philadelphia. In New Hope there was the Bucks County Playhouse. Across the Delaware was the Lambertville Music Circus.

Playwright George S. Kaufman was a regular visitor. Moss Hart and Oscar Hammerstein both had farms nearby. The Stones’ involvement in the area began with Ezra’s father, Solomon Feinstone, according to Ezra and Sara’s daughter, Francine Stone, executor of the estate and one of about four dozen people at the Oct. 20 session.

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signed R.A. Blakelocke that brought $1,950 (sale prices furnished by Robert H. Clinton do not include the 13 percent buyer’s premium). The 200 lots of celebrity memorabilia in the second session held on Oct. 20 sold for far less, but they cast a light on the family and pro-

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The Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation has donated a collection of more than 1,300 works of art to Ursinus College’s Berman Museum. The diverse collection includes paintings, sculpture, and prints by artists such as Harry Bertoia, William Glackens, Chaim Gross, and James and Jean Pierre Vasarely, as well as works on paper by George Bellows, Paul Cezanne, Edgar Degas, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, John Sloan, James Whistler, and a wide range of other artists. The gift also includes extensive holdings of works by the sculptor Lynn Chadwick and the Pennsylvania artists Albert Jean Adolphe and Walter Elmer Schofield. The works in the current gift had been on long-term loan to the Berman Museum. With the formal accessioning into the museum collection, the 1,300

collection that can be exhibited, loaned out to other institutions and used for research by the students and the faculty. I can think of no better way to honor my parents’ remarkable legacy.” Ursinus College President Bobby Fong said that the Bermans “envisioned a museum that would enhance the lives of the students at Ursinus College and inspire the creative sensibilities of every member of our community. Since its founding the Berman Museum indeed has become an integral part of our campus life. The collections at the heart of the museum’s acclaim have included art and sculpture on loan from the Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation. The Foundation’s decision to convert the loan into a permanent gift to the college not only is exceedingly generous; it also affirms that the Bermans’ original aspiration for the museum has been realized.” Jill Marsteller, Senior Vice President for

Institutional Advancement at Ursinus College added, “before our Common Intellectual Experience, the Bermans inspired us to think about ‘the big questions’ in life through their gifts of art. They loved the idea of art being part of a public dialogue, and they thought one of the best places to introduce individuals to art was on a college campus. The Bermans wanted to spark emotion and to create space for different viewpoints to emerge through constructive dialogue. They knew that art, like music, was a universal language, even as it evoked different interpretations. Their opening exhibition was titled “A Passion for Art.” In the subsequent three decades that passion has been a contagion of the very best kind, and there is no better place for it to be rooted than on this liberal arts campus.” An exhibition honoring the gift, titled “A to Z: Highlighting the Berman Collection” presents a selection of more than two dozen

works from the gift of The Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation. It will be on view through Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014. The exhibit speaks to the breadth and depth of the collection as both an exhibition vehicle and a teaching resource. The works in A to Z are presented in alphabetical order by the artist’s last name, an unconventional exhibition strategy designed to foster new ideas and unexpected connections between objects. The exhibition is the first in a series of new initiatives being launched to redefine the role of the arts on the Ursinus campus, making the museum a hub for the exchange of ideas between students and faculty and enriching the educational experience of students across fields of study. Ursinus College and the Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art is located at 601 E. Main St. in Collegeville, Pa. To learn more, visit www.ursinus.edu.

Early in the 1940s, tricentennial. with Ezra’s radio Their local comcareer already flourmitments included the ishing, Feinstone sold David Library of the the family’s American Revolution Brooklyn townhouse in Washington and bought a farm Crossing, which near Washington Ezra’s father founded, Crossing that was and the Newtown once owned by a Friends School, which member of the Du Sara helped found. Pont family, renamSara died in 1990; ing it Buckstone Ezra died in 1994 in a Farm. car accident near “He wanted to Perth Amboy, N.J., establish a patriaccording to his obituarchy,” said Francine ary in the New York Stone, who was born Times. at the farm. The Some of the military memorabilia kept by Eza During their lifeStones stayed there Stone after his World War II service and bought time together, the for a couple of years by Peter Kranze (left). Stone Meadows Farm before buying the became a social hub for 160-acre Stone Meadows, careers demanded. They also the Stones’ friends from the where they raised prize-win- worked at the Bucks County worlds of theater and televiPlayhouse and the Music sion during the 1950s and ning Ayrshire cattle. While Ezra never Circus over many summers. 1960s, as revealed by the regained his radio fame after In 1983, they produced and autographed books and phohis “Aldrich Family” years, performed in “The Sweet tos that began the sale. A the Stones commuted to New Land,” a theatricalized histo- Moss Hart autobiography York and Hollywood as their ry of Newtown celebrating its with a thank-you note from his wife Kitty Carlisle brought $18. An autographed copy of Hedda Hopper’s “The Whole Truth & Nothing Else” sold for $75. Stone Meadows guests also included Burl Ives, Red Buttons, Garson Kanin, Debbie Reynolds, Gale Gordon, Mike Todd, Jackie Cooper, Uta Hagen, and Anna Russell. “I recall Burl Ives singing ‘Jimmy Crack Corn and I Don’t Care’ in our living room,” Francine recalled. The auction included memorabilia from Stone’s Army years, which he kept long after being discharged at war’s end as a master Francine Stone, daughter of Ezra and Sara, at the estate sale in sergeant. It accounted for about one-third of the session Plumsteadville, Pa. and featured clothing and accessories, uniforms and canteens, including one that sold for $18; a mess kit, gaiters, gas mask, duffel bag, PUBLIC AUCTION foot locker, and head gear, of Real Estate, Collectibles, Glass., 200 Winross including Army-issue earTrucks, Airplane & Truck Banks, Antiq. & Mod. muffs and campaign caps; as Furniture, Power & Hand Tools, Sensenich Propeller well as Stone’s “steel pot” SAT., NOV. 9 AT 8:30 A.M. helmet that sold for $64 and Loc.: 1017 Letort Road, his footlocker, stenciled with CONESTOGA, LANC. CO., PA 17516 his name, that went for $90. (Dir.: Follow Letort Rd. approx. 4 miles west of Millersville) Most of the military items Real Estate: Solid Brick Ranch House, 3 BRs, 1 bath, What a went to two bidders. Kevin view!!! Part. fin. full basement. Kinney said he was there on Real Estate sold at 2:00 P.M. Great Diversity Sale! behalf of a war museum in Full List & Lot Pics. at probstauction.com. Auction by Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Fellenbaum J. Clark, Atty. Sullivan County near Probst Family Auction (717) 464-3700 AU-1856-L Williamsport, Pa. S818809

Works To Form Core Of Permanent Collection Of The Berman Museum At Ursinus College

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Peter Kanze, of Waverly, in Tioga County, N.Y., said he planned to keep most of his loot for himself. His booty included Stone’s duffel bag, which he got for $5, and a single lot of military apparel including a heavy shirt adorned with sergeant’s stripes, which sold for $135. Clothing brought comparable prices. A Lassie TV hat sold for $110. And a pith helmet and matching scarf, both in the red and white check pattern made famous by Ralston Purina, the maker of pet food and animal feed, sold for $70. “We all had (these outfits),” Francine Stone said of her family’s clothing in those dairy-cow days. The cows got their own share of celebrity treatment. They were all named after other friends and visitors, Francine recalled. “Mother and Daddy named one of the cows after Martha Raye, so (Raye) was determined to help milk the cows in order to get to know her namesake,”

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