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Well, It’s About Time! (And Clocks, Too) by Donald-Brian Johnson

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he hands on the clock go round and round, Round and round, round

and round. The hands on the clock go round and round. To tell us the time.” The Clock Song And there you have it. “Telling us the time.” That’s what clocks do. From tiny travel alarms to massive walnut grandfathers, ancient sundials to up-to-the-minute digiThe “Kit-Cat” clock, a grinning perennial since the 1930s. 15 inches long, (including tail). $50 to $60. (Photo by Donald-Brian Johnson.)

What Makes It Tick? Greater precision was called for, and, during the Middle Ages, European monks, (or at any rate, the blacksmiths they employed), developed mechanical clocks, massive frameworks of interlocking iron gears linked to church bells. Since these solemnly and consistently tolled the hours, the faithful no longer had a good excuse for missing services. For home use, (wealthy homes, that is), spring-driven clocks proved a less cumbersome, and fairly reliable alternative, at least as long as the springs were kept wound. Then came Galileo, and the pendulum clock. It was just about 1580

bronze, and even wedges of Bakelite, Art Deco clocks were so lovely that it was actually an unexpected bonus if they kept perfect time. A 1928 ad for prominent clock manufacturer Gilbert extolled the company’s wares as ideally suited to “the fashion of the time,” since “modern life is vibrant with Sparklingly modern: green and blue glass mosaic clock by Georges Briard. 12 inches square, $100 to $125. (Photo by Leslie Piña.)

Deco, (a term he coined), as “the last truly sumptuous style” he wasn’t kidding. For The Good Times At the opposite end of the time-space continuum were clocks for the budget-conscious. Particularly during the Depression years of the 1930s, inexpensive novelty clocks found favor in homes across America. While less extravagantly outfitted than their high-end Deco contemporaries, these wall and mantel clocks provided good value for the money. Most retailed at $10 or less, and their themes had a uniquely whimsical appeal. Prominent among them were molded-wood clocks by Syroco (Syracuse Ornamental Company). The complete Syroco inventory encompassed everything from brush holders to bookends, offering the look of handcarved wood at a fraction of the cost. When it came to clocks, it didn’t matter if your tastes veered to the figural (monks, waiters, clowns), the animal (cats, parrots, camels), or the cheerily nostalgic (windmills, rustic scenic

tal readouts, we depend on clocks for one thing, and one thing only: to let us know what time it is. have achieved Without them, we’d be late for their tick-tocking work. We’d miss our dental goal through appointments. The brownies oscillation. would overbake. And the kids The same would be left waiting in the rain repetitive after soccer practice. to-and-fro We rely on clocks to bring just m o t i o n a bit of order into our hectic modUp to the minute: Higgins occurs at ern lives. Clocks keep things runGlass “Carnival” wall regular ning like. . .well. . .like clockwork! clock from the early 1960s. intervals. Chunks of fused glass It’s About Time T h a t mark the hours on the patClocks are a prime example of This will definitely motion is terned glass slab. 11-1/2 form following function. In their wake you up: a counted in inches square, $500 to earliest incarnations, the function- twin-bell Westclox established $600. (Photo by Leslie ality of a timepiece was of para- alarm, in a retrounits, (secPiña.) mount importance. Was it telling 1940s styling. 6-1/2 ond, minutes, and so color. In clothes, motorcars, home views). Whatever the preference, the time? More importantly, was it inches high, $10 to forth), then displayed in furnishings, even in architecture.” Syroco had a clock for you. The telling the correct time? Once $15. (Photo by some manner, (such as Well-heeled consumers agreed, mechanism was by Lux, the body those basic questions had been Donald-Brian Johnson.) a clock face), for all to and clamored for increasingly by Syroco, the finished clock both answered satisfactorily, (and it see. Thanks to oscillation, running more elaborate clocks. when the astronomer discovered affordable and endearing. took awhile), designers had all the late has become a thing of the past. that a cathedral lamp, hanging The Parisian Time To Start time in the world to experiment (Well, in an ideal firm, Leon Livin’ with form. But first: an overview from a chain, swung back and world, that is.) forth at a measured rate. Shorten Hatot, for Also popular: on the history of time-keeping, The electric or lengthen the chain, and the rate inexpensive novelty (presented in record time): clock made its clocks ideally suitThe earliest means of telling adjusted accordingly. Galileo died debut in 1840, before his theory could be applied ed for a specific time offered, at best, rough estifurther conroom in the mates, and each had its drawbacks. to clock construction, but in 1656 densing clock the time proved right for a penduhome. (Seth Sundials were fairly accurate, but size. With the Thomas, for useless on a cloudy day, or at lum clock designed by Christian introduction H u y g e n s . example, turned night. Water clocks demonstrated P r e v i o u s of electronics out an entire similar inaccuracies, since most mechani- in the twentieth orchard of kitchenrelied on sundials for their calibrac a l century, almost ready “Red tion. Candle clocks, which burned all traditional Apple” clocks). down to marked notches, clockwork Some companies maintained a steady pace parts were eliminated, specialized in clocks unless it was windy. allowing clocks to with added “oomph”. Then there was the become much more Haddon’s “Ship Ahoy” hourglass. Sand trickcompact, and stylclock lamp had a sailboat led steadily from one istically adaptable. rocking on its painted upended globe to Ideal function waves, while another; when the had at last been M a s t e r C r a f ters top portion was achieved. By ceramic clocks repliempty, the time was the mid-twenticated the pendulum up. But just how eth century, effect with moving much “time” had designers with figures, such as chilactually passed? plenty of time on their dren on swings, or Determining that was arbihands could at long old folks in rocktrary, and dependent on such last experiment with ing chairs. variables as outside temperaform. A grouping of figural and animal-themed clocks, by Lux for A best-seller ture, sand density, and Another Time, Syroco. (Photo by Ray Hanson.) among mid-century hourglass size. Another Place novelties (and still (Incidentally, by my calLavish Art Deco clock culations, the “Wicked Syroco/Lux “Art Clock”. 6-1/2 inches high, $85 stylings of the 1920s and 1930s instance, offered a clear glass stun- in production today): the “Kit-Cat ner with hands and numerals of Clock,” with his pendulum tail, Witch’s” hourglass in The to $105. (Photo by Ray Hanson.) took delight in gilding the lily. silver. Expensive even in their day, hypnotic moving eyes, and eerily Wizard of Oz, gigantic The clock became an art object, though it is, only takes about 6 clocks had lost or gained up to a designed with the same delicacy such creative gems retain their close resemblance to “Felix the half-hour daily. The pendulum pricey allure the second time Cat”. Premiering in basic black, minutes to empty. That’s how and attention to exterior detail as a much time passes from the clock varied just a few seconds painting or sculpture. Fashioned of around. In today’s collectors’ mar- the “Kit-Cat” has, over the years, ket, the going rate for a Hatot is updated his wardrobe to include moment when the Witch turns it each week. Since then, whether pendulum materials ranging from marble, $4,000 to $5,000. When author fire-engine red, restful aqua, and over, to the moment when exotic woods, and ivory, to glass, Alastair Duncan proclaimed Art (Continued on page 2) Dorothy’s pals rush to her rescue.) or spring, electric or digital, clocks


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Well, It’s About Time! (And Clocks, Too) (Continued from page 1) cialty, the rotating platform. travel back in time than with a housewares. Among those glued into any shape even a multi-color splash of “Statue of Liberty Clock,” housewares: clocks. Flick the switch, and a ceramimaginable. Moss sequins. ic figurine, (often by a promimatriarch (complete with glowing And, possessing an irre- torch), or a sparkly Vegas nent design name, such as T h e l m a Moss, never version, with at a loss for casino dice markimagination, ing the hours? inspired her Ahead Of Their designers to Time let their creAfter a timeativity run out imposed by rampant. The the production result: a line restraints of of space-age Eight-day Art Deco clock, in multiple World War II, Plexi eye- woods with ivory inlay, and design of postwar designp o p p e r s , concentric circles. 12-1/2 inches wide by ers were eager to equally at 10-1/4 inches high. $2,500 to $3,000. take a plunge into home in a (Photo by Leslie Piña. uncharted waters. Moss triangular Plexiglas table 1950s living During the 1950s clock/lamp with side planters. They hold flowers. Many room, or aboard a flyand 1960s, fresh to $200. (Photo by Leslie “Ship Ahoy Porthole Electric Clock” by ing saucer. even include that Moss spe- $175 shapes, materials, Haddon. Each rock of the ship marks a secPiña.) Focusing first on and means of Art Deco clear glass clock with stepped expression com- ond. 8 inches diameter, $75 to $100. (Photo deLee, Hedi by Donald-Brian Johnson.) glass base, silver numerals and hands, bined to create Schoop, or Lefton), signed “Leon Hatot, Paris”. 13-1/2 inch- what we now refer to begins its stately Firmly tugging at es high, $4,000 to $5,000. (Photo by twirl. Thanks to as “mid-century mod- the “modern” timeline Leslie Piña.) Moss, clocks had ern”. Among the were clock lamps by sistible kitschy charm: “sou- items spruced up and stream- Moss Manufacturing come a long way venir” clocks, from locales as lined for a brand-new age: of San Francisco. since the days of the diverse as New York and Las sundial. Moss was a line was Vegas. What better way to Modern Times born of necessity. Equally modern, With metal usage curyet less over-thetailed by the war, the top, were fused lamp-making firm glass clocks by sought out another Higgins Glass basic material, not Studio of Chicago. subject to rationing. “Camel” clock, Syroco/Lux. 9 inches high, Although artisans The answer: Plexiglas, $125 to $175. (Photo by Ray Hanson.) such as Georges which was not only Briard also designed readily available, but glass clocks, those by could be easily cut and Michael and Frances Higgins Seth Thomas “Red Apple” are among the mid-century’s kitchen clock, 1930s. 8 inches most innovative. Clocks were high, $30 to $40. (Photo by a natural outgrowth for these World War II- era simplicity: Donald-Brian Johnson.) pioneers of practical design, MasterCrafters circular Seth Thomas clock with whose decorative housewares lamps, Moss soon roved ceramic clock. 9 inches diame- Bakelite face, 1930. $300 to ran the gamut from cigarette through the mid-century ter, $30 to $40. (Photo by $325. (Photo by Leslie Piña.) boxes to candleholders, plathome like a Plexiglas Donald-Brian Johnson.) Godzilla, seeking other items ripe for re-invention. Moss clocks, in particular, exhibit a mastery of multi-purposing. They tell time. They light up.

Dazzling Higgins Glass clock, released by General Electric in 1954, and intended for either wall or table use (the stand is removable). 8 inches diameter. $750 to $900. (Photo by Leslie Piña)

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Moss Mfg. Plexiglas table clock/lamp. The revolving “Siamese Dancer” figurine is by deLee Art. 35 inches high, $275 to $300. (Photo by Leslie Piña.)

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Bronze finish pot metal “Statue of Liberty” souvenir clock lamp from the 1950s. Fittingly enough, the clock was manufactured by the United Clock Corporation - of Brooklyn. Original price: $12. 17 inches high, $75 to $100. (Photo by Donald-Brian Johnson.)

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this piece had its original sheath or scabbard, and the absence of this item does lower the value. There is a question as to whether or not the knob at the hilt of this piece is ivory. Unfortunately,

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symbol actually predates Islam by thousands of years. Celestial symbols such as this one were commonly used by the peoples of Central Asia and Siberia in their worship of the sun, moon, and sky gods. The crescent moon and star was also used in connection with the Carthaginian goddess Tanit and the Greek goddess Diana. The crescent moon was featured on the flag of Byzantium (today Istanbul),

as the symbol of Islam. There is a legend that Osman, the founder of the Ottoman Empire, dreamed that the crescent moon encompassed the world and decided to use it as his symbol. It should be mentioned that many devout Muslims reject this as a symbol of their religion because of its pagan origins. The knife/sword (I do not know how long it is) does not appear that it would be very useful in a fight. The metal-

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Dear Joe: I have attached photos of a knife my grandfather gave to me. The story he told me is that he was invited to an Arab Chief’s home while in North Africa during WWII. After dinner and as he was leaving, the Chief offered this knife to my grandfather, who tried to

but in the early days of Islam during the life of the Prophet Mohammad, the flags were solid colors of black, white, or green. It was not until the time of the Ottoman Empire when the Turks captured Constantinople that the crescent moon and star (the symbol for the city) were adopted

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mane to the value of the knife/sword. Okay with that said, let me move on to the symbol on the blade, which on close examination turns out to be the Crescent Moon and Star, which is considered to be the universal symbol of the faith of Islam. Interestingly, this

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refuse it. The chief said it was customary to give an admired item to a guest as a gift. There is a symbol on the blade, and the top of the handle appears to be ivory. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you: J. B. Let me start with some thought on Arabic customs concerning gift giving. I have heard the story of a person admiring an object while visiting an Arab’s home and then being gifted with the item. I have heard this countless times, but after doing some research, I could not confirm this custom. My only thought as I worked on this was that in North Africa the first meeting between strangers is supposed to be formal and a little standoffish. The first meeting of a Western Christian (at least ostensibly) and an Islamic Arab, would probably be very formal and correct. Still, the story related by J. B.’s grandfather is possible, but not ger-


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and streaks, the material is and maybe less than $100. animal bone. Have an antique or colIt is my opinion - based on lectible you would like to photographs - that this piece know more about? E-mail is late 19th or early 20th century - and would probably sell at auction for less than $250 -

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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 19711 Newark 302-733-7677 MAIN STREET ANTIQUES, 23 Liberty Plaza. Open Mon-Sat. 10-8, Sun. 11:305:30 Over 45 Showcase & Room Dealers selling Quality Antiques & Collectibles. 19933 Bridgeville 302-337-3137 ART’S ANTIQUE ALLEY, Rt. 13 South. 60 dealers. Open 7 days 9am-6pm. 20,000 sq.ft. Collectibles, Fenton dealer. A/C, restrooms, snacks 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 49 dealers! Always looking for new Dealers in the Beach Resort. 11-5 daily. 19963 Milford 302-424-1288 RIVERSIDE ANTIQUE MALL 34 N. Walnut St. Mon-Sat. 10-5. Featuring diversified antique dealers sure to satisfy any collector. Civil War, Lionel Trains, Quilts, Glassware, Furniture, Jewelry, etc.

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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, F/Sat 11-5, Su 10-5. doverantiquecenter.com

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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.

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

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.

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.

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07940 Madison 973-796-6628 MADISON ART & ANTIQUE CENTER 20 Cook Plaza off Central. Hrs. 11-4:30 Tues. - Sat. Closed Sun. & Mon. MultiDealer. Antiques, collectibles, furniture, jewelry, etc. Free Parking. 08006 Barnegat Light 609-361-8039 THE SEAWIFE, 1901 Bayview Ave. at Viking Village. Country primitive antique furniture, quilts, folk art, architecturals & garden. Open weekends. 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. 08310 Richland Village 856-697-2170 SHORELINE VINTAGE, 1343 Rt. 40. Antique Furniture & More, Open Thurs. thru Sun. or by appt. 08505 Bordentown 609-298-1424 SHOPPE 202, 202 Farnsworth Ave., Exit 7 NJ Turnpike, 206 N-1 mile. Antiques, custom framing, collectibles, art & furniture. Tues. thru Sat. 11-6, Fri. till 8. 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. 08831 Jamesburg 732-521-9055 BARBARA’S UNIQUE ANTIQUE BOUTIQUE, 35 East Railroad Ave. Wed.Fri. 10-5:30, Sat. 11-3, Sun. & Tues. by chance. Antiques, collectibles, glassware, fine gold, cameo, jewelry. 3 miles east of Exit 8A, NJ Tpke. Periodic Auctions- visit www.barbarasantiques.com 08876 Somerville 908-218-1234 ANTIQUES EMPORIUM, 29 Division St. Open 7 days 11-5. Everything to Sell!

16159 W. Middlesex 724-528-2490 ANTIQUE & FLEAMARKET & AUCTIONS OF W. MIDDLESEX RT18 S. Open Wed., Thur., Sat., Sun. 9am-5pm. Monthly Auctions. Largest Antique Market in Western Pennsylvania. 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.

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18657 Tunkhannock 570-836-8713 APPLE WAGON ANTIQUE MALL, Rt.6, 5 miles west of Tunkhannock. Primitives, furniture, glassware, pottery, toys, books, linens & coins. 25+ vendors. Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. 18914 Chalfont 215-997-3227 BUCKS COUNTY ANTIQUE GALLERY, 8 Skyline Dr. Just off Rt. 202, S of Rt.152. Antiques & more. Old/ new accessories, consignment furniture. 12,000 sq ft. of Bucks County’s Best. Tu.-Sa. 10-5, Sun 12-5 buckscountyantiquegallery.biz 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. 18940 Wrightstown 215-598-8837 NOSTALGIC NOOK, Rt413, Carousel Village at Indian Walk. China, Stangl, Pennsbury Pottery, Glass-Cut & Pressed, Silver, Primitives, Furniture, Frames, Lamps. M-Sa 10-6. Sun 11-5. 18944 Perkasie 215-257-3564 TREASURE TROVE, 6 S. 7th Street. Estate jewelry, furniture, linens, vintage clothing, glass, china, books, toys, kitchenware, advertising, postcards. Primitives to Deco. Dealers Welcome. Mon.-Sat. 10-5. “Since 1980.�

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11/16/11, QUARRYVILLE, WED 3 PM, Antiques & Coins, 3164 White Oak Rd, PA Auction Center 11/17/11, GREENCASTLE, THURS 8:30 AM, Civil War militaria & weapons, furniture, antiques, artwork, books, collectibles, vehicles etc., Hurley Auctions 2800 Buchanan Trail E, Matthew S. Hurley 11/17/11, WILLOW STREET, THURS 8:30 AM, Antiques, collectibles, furniture, comic books, textiles, 1840's album quilt, Al Starr Firemans Bldg behind Fire Hall Rt 272, Probst Family Auctions 11/18/11, GARNET VALLEY, FRI 4 PM, Decorative & Fine Arts, 1347 Naamans Creek Rd, Briggs Auction, Inc. 11/19/11, ANNVILLE, SAT 9 AM, Peanut Butter Glasses, Annville Antique Station in the Auction Gallery 1251 E Main St, Nelson Ebersole/Roy Shirk 11/19/11, BATH, SAT 9 AM, Furniture, clocks, Manley popcorn machine, accessories, toys, games, musical instruments, country collectibles, advertising etc., Klecknersville Rangers Volunteer Fire Co 2718 Mountain View Dr, Robert Clinton & Hahn Auction Co. 11/19/11, COGAN STATION, SAT 10 AM, Antique Lighting, 330 Lycoming Creek Rd, Roan, Inc. 11/19/11, ETTERS, SAT 2 PM, Absolute Auction consisting of 1940-s-1970's classic/antique parts cars, 370 Yocumtown Rd, Kerry Pae Auctioneers

11/19/11, NAZARETH, SAT 10 AM, 10 am - antiques, furniture, trains; Noon - 1973 Chevy Nova; 1 pm - Lladro, Swarovski, Hummels, Nazareth Auction Ctr 330 W Moorestown Rd Rt 512, Dotta Auction Co., Inc. 11/19/11, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 11 AM, The Kaprelian Camera Collection, 730 Carpenter Ln, Fuller's Fine Art Auctions 11/19/11, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 10 AM, Antique furniture, decorative arts, estate jewelry, 4700 Wissahickon Ave, Kamelot Auctions 11/19/11, QUARRYVILLE, SAT 9 AM, Guns & Hunting Auction; guns at Noon, 3164 White Oak Rd, Pa Auction Center 11/19/11, SHAMOKIN DAM, SAT 10 AM, Coins, Econo Lodge Rts 11 & 15, Adams Auction Sales 11/19/11, SPRING CITY, SAT 10 AM, Railroadiana and HO Trains, Ridge Fire Co 480 Ridge Rd, Maurer's Auction 11/20/11, PHILADELPHIA, SUN 10 AM, Vintage clothing, costume & fine jewelry, estate furnishings, Gallery 2501 E Ontario St, Barry S. Slosberg, Inc. 11/24/11, GLEN ROCK, THURS 8:30 AM, Thanksgiving Day Gun, 4067 Snyder Rd, Wehrly's Auction Service, Inc. 11/25/11, GLEN ROCK, FRI 9 AM, Black Friday coin, 4067 Snyder Rd, Wehrly's Auction Service, Inc. 11/26/11, DALLASTOWN, SAT 9 AM, Paper, ephemera, antiques, collectibles, vintage dolls; Real Estate 3 pm, OnSite 717 E Main St, Gary Sweitzer & Steve Farmer 11/29/11, GLEN ROCK, TUES 4 PM, Frozen food, grocery, dry goods, 4067 Snyder Rd, Wehrly's Auction Service, Inc.

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ILLINOIS 11/19/11, VIRDEN, SAT 10 AM, Arts & Crafts including furniture, copper-wares, pottery, glassware, stain glass windows, lighting, Indian jewelry etc., Mansion 55 Expo 34382 Frontage Rd, H.A.S. Auction D235233

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Mosby & Co. Revisits Civil War Era W ith November 11 Auction

Public Auction

SAT., NOV. 12, 2011 AT 8:30 AM

Second Session Features Toys, Advertising, Black Americana, Circus Posters

Civil War 24th Louisiana Crescent Regiment battle shirt. Mosby & Co. image.

Civil War collector shows. In all, more than 920 lots will be presented over the auction weekend, with approximately 400 Civil War lots comprising the entire Friday session. Roughly 99 percent of the militaria comes from the Texas consignment, with pieces representing both Confederate and Union armies. Basic categories include uniforms, hats, weapons, Examples from a selection of more than 40 swords, flags, corps swords. Mosby & Co. image.

PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, NOV. 12 AT 9 AM FOR: JOHN J. DEEVY ESTATE

355 Ridge Rd. - Rt. 23 SPRING

ties, was only nine years old,” said Spurgeon. All Civil War auction items were vetted and cataloged by Brian Akins, a

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Auction by John & Betty Rineer

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AUCTION! 10 AM

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH AT MAURER & WILSON’S THIRD STREET GALLERY

132 EAST THIRD ST.,

POTTSTOWN, PA 19464

SILVER 100 lots Vintage silver from a local Estate. A considerable amount to include: Bowls, compotes, vases. Several vanity sets. Powder jars. Oval jewel box w/key. Silver goblets. Cordials, dessert cups and salts with glass inserts Large reticulated basket. Candlesticks & holders. Sterling tea and coffee service. Match safes. Boxed carving sets, teaspoon & demitasse spoon sets. Names like Gorham, Kirk, J.E. Caldwell. Sterling silver JEWELRY, as well. American Indian cuff bracelets, rings, necklaces, pendants. Mexican silver bracelets & pins. ESTATE FURNISHINGS: Mahogany DR set. Victorian hall rack. Empire games table. Bird’s-Eye Maple tall chest. Camelback armchair. Parlor chairs. Walnut rockers. Brace back Windsors. Tea cart. Torch lamp. Chestnut work table. Child’s drop center chest. Mahogany blanket chest. Church pew. Large antique banjo clock. Arts & Crafts tall clock. Eight assorted mantel clocks. Gingerbread clocks. Modern mahogany chime clock. Grain painted corner cupboard clock. Clock cases & parts. Ducks Unlimited Decoys. Duck Prints & Duck Stamps. Ducks Unlimited knife. CHINA & GLASS: Wedgwood “Phoebe” pattern dinner set. 15 Royal Doulton ladies. Adderly & Royal Couldon china. N. Rockwell. Lenox. GLASSWARE: Cut lead crystal. Colored glass. Depression glass. Salt & pepper shakers. Hall teapots. Victorian what-nots. Also! Gift & Collectibles Shop Inventory! Vintage books. Vintage fans. Glockenspiel. Folding organ in oak. Telescope. Advertising tins. Bamboo fishing poles. Wooden lures. Carpenter tools. Military items. Linens, vintage clothing, hats. costume jewelry, tin fireman & asst. vintage toys. Dolls. Barn lanterns. Toy & Train related material from Hobby Store. Artists posterboard stock. Pen & pencil sets. Danbury, Bradford & Franklin Mint collectibles. Baseball cards. Olympic pins. Willabee & Ward. Patch collection books. NFL Anniversary & SuperBowl. RR Emblems. Baseball 125 years. Pro-Bowl patches. NFL/NHL Team patches. Preview: Tuesday, November 15th From 4 PM-6 PM & From 8 AM Day Of Auction. 10% Buyer’s Premium. All Items As-Is, Where-Is. (AY001999)

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Antiques – Furniture – Collectibles

Of Antiques, Collectibles, Furniture, Over 12,000 Comic Books From Old To New, Textiles, 1840’s Album Quilt THURS., NOV. 17, 2011 AT 8:30 AM Loc.: Al Starr Firemans Bldg., Village of WILLOW STREET, LANC. CO., PA 17584

Sunday, November 13 at 11 A.M. Preview: 10 A.M. thru auction Lemoyne Business Storage 969 Bosler Avenue,

Lemoyne, PA 17043

FURNITURE: Antique & Modern Living, Dining, Bedroom; Deco Dining Room Set; Country Cupboard; Highboy; Gov. Winthrop; Pineapple Beds; Sofas; Wingbacks; Spinning Wheels; Oak Dresser; Hutch; Pump Organ; Carved Empire Sideboard; Rugs; Brass Bed; and Much More! LEADED GLASS: Windows, Panels & Pieces. LIGHTING: Slag Glass; Figural Deco; Table & Floor, Antique & Modern. FISHING: 100s of Rods and Reels; Full Tackle Boxes; Lures; Books & More. CLOCKS: Many Clocks, Parts, Cases incl. Wall, Shelf, Ceramic Cases, Works, Dials, Pillar Clock, Cuckoo Clocks and More. ART: 100s of Pcs. of Framed Art to be sold individually and in lots. Paintings & Prints, Antique & Modern. Sculptures incl. Nudes. COLLECTIBLES: Wolf’s Head Adv. Clock; Ships & Lanterns; Vintage Christmas incl. Santas; Carriage Lights; Surveyor’s Transit; Golf Clubs; Staffordshire Figurines; Cased Antique Microscope; Binoculars; Many 35mm and other format Cameras; Hull; Roseville (as-is); Costume jewelry; Toys; Coins; Majolica; Satsuma; Stangl Birds; Books; Stamps incl. FDC; Old Photos - some in Albums; Silver Plate; Depression Glass. Box Lots: Mixed in through auction. A wide variety of items, some may need TLC. EVERYTHING must be removed day of auction!

(Along North Rte. 272, Behind Willow Street Fire Hall) Unique: Over 12,000 comic books (from old to new), and to be sold in 100 numbered lots - Comics to sell @ Noon! Preview on Wednesday from 9:30 AM til 11:30 AM. Furn., Antiques & Collect: Very Fine 1840’s appliqued & pieced album quilt (signed and dated); Etc.: Sessions mantel clocks, Hunt Scene print, Lot Playboy magazines; Toys: K-B Stock Car Racing, Girl Scout Canteens, Trains: American Flyer: 303 Steam Engine 4-4-2 & Tender, & 3 stock; CastIron: skillets, Fido Bank, Milk Cans, Starr Coca-Cola bottle opener (NIB); Wood: tobacco plug cutter; Books & Ephemera, Toys: K-B Stock Car Racing, Girl Scout Canteens; Glass: Roseville & Hull Vases, Art Pottery planters; Stoneware: Blue Dec Crock, Decorated ironstone plate. Food LOT of pics at probstauction.com

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Eric R. Probst (717) 464-3700 Karl Boltz AU-1856-L

Pics at www.probstauction.com Food. Lots of Parking in the Lampeter Fair Grounds!!!!!

LIQUIDATION AUCTION

Public Auction

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CITY, PA

19472 Directions: From Rt. 100 & Rt. 23, Take Rt. 23 East 3 Miles To Auction On Left Just Past Fire Co. Watch For Signs. Parking In Field Behind House. Selling With 2 Auctioneers. Antiques & Collectibles, Clean Modern Furniture & Working Appliances; Toys, Beer Advertising, Assort. Hand & Power Tools, Lawn & Snow Equipt., Classic Car Parts. This Lg. Auction Has Something For Everyone, Lots Of Box Lots! 4 Pc. Cherry BR Suite & Hutch, 3 Pc. Cherry LR Table Set, LR Furniture, Swivel Rocker, Majolica, Belleek, Red & Green McCoy & Other Art Pottery, Art Glass, Advert. Tins, Brass Bed, Kimball Cherry Spinet Piano, Victorian Spool Bed & Urn, Stamp Vending Machine, Beer Sign Advert. Collect., Yardstick Collect., Oak Desk & Server, 5 Pc. Pine Breakfast Set, Sm. Floor Safe, Rattan Porch Set, Ansonia Mantel Clock, Cuckoo Clock, Copper Fire Exting., Cement Planters & Urns, Contemp. Mod. Chrome Dresser, Pedestal Table, K-K’s, Assort. Glassware, Military Mothers Pillow Cover Collect., Assort. Fancywork & Linens, Old Quilts, Vintage Hats, Silver Plate, Costume Jewelry, Religious Items, 6 Stoneware Jugs, Poultry Waterers & Feeders & Crates, Emerald Glass, Old Bottles & Trunks, Books, Records, Sheet Music, Murry Chain Drive Tricycle & Others, Sting Ray Style Bike, Mountain & 10 Speed Bikes, 2 Child’s Wagons, HO Trains, Tonka & Toy Trucks & Models, Foosball, Horseshoes & Quoits, Games & Puzzles, Toys & Crayons, Tin Litho. Dollhouse, Quasar & Apex Color TVs, Maytag Washer/Dryer, Frigidaire Refrig./Freezer, Lawn & Garden Tools, Assort. Lumber & Hardware, Vertical/Horizontal Sander, Craftsman 12 In. Band Saw/Sander & Radial Arm Saw, Jointer/Planer, Singer Sewing Machine, Wood Planes, Scaffolding, Appliance Dolly, Copper Tubing & Wire, 3 Alum. Kegs, 4 Propane Tanks, Roto Bin Display, Metal Cabinets, Automobilia, Assort. Classic Car Parts & Hubcaps, Ford Taurus Front End Assembly, Sm. Grease/Oil Tank w/Pump, 2 Air Compressors, Bench Grinder, Oil Cans, Ladders, 4 Gas Weedeaters, Lg. Scrap Pile, 8 Ft. Brush Hot Mower & Disk, Ariens Snow Blower, 1970’s Ski-Doo Snowmobile - As Is, Golf Cart - As Is, Fraktur & Framed Pictures, 4 Assort. Filing Cabinet, Canning Jars, Baskets, Milk Cans & Much, Much More! See www.auctionzip.com Auct. ID #5172 For Photos & Full Listing. TERMS: CASH/GOOD PA CHECKS

(Dir.: Rte. 222 S. from Willow Street approx. 1 mile, Turn E. on Village Rd. to Lampeter to sale). Appl., Furn.: Nice Oak rolltop desk, 2 dr. blind cupbrd., (2) Nice Victorian Dressers, 2 drawer table, oak washstand, Antiques & Collect.: Early Oak wall telephone, Pr. of Jenny Lind Carriage lamps, CI New Holland Machine Co. cow drstop., Butting Match Mechanical Cap Pistol, 7-Up advertise Clock, early Costume, child’s porcelain top table, Goodrich tire ashtray; Brass, Tin, Copper, Sterling, Wood, Gray Agate, Hunt & Fish, Books & Ephemera, Cast-Iron, ETC.: Marbles, egg basket, Buttons, Argus Camera; Coins & Currency: ‘22s $20 Gold piece, 10 Silv. $1, Rolls of Silv. & Clad Kennedy 50 cts., ‘61 mint set, (2) 1 oz. silv. bars; Toys: (2) J. Deere 19" 5 speed Bicycles, J. Deere Tractors, Truck Banks, Winross, Glass & China, Amber Bottles, Antique Tools, etc. Great Diversity Sale!

Directions: From Market St., go South onto South 17th Street; Turn left onto Hummel Avenue; take first left onto South 10th Street; right onto Bosler Avenue. 10% Buyer’s Premium. Terms: Cash, PA checks. Out-of-state checks w/prior approval. VISA & MasterCard w/3% convenience fee. Food concession by Taste of the Nations.

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717-731-8662

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Mosby & Co.’s November 11 to 12 sale is consistently in demand with collectors, said the firm’s owner, Keith Spurgeon. “In particular, buyers are seeking out items that come from long-established collections with deep provenance. That’s exactly what we’ll be auctioning in November - a collection from Texas that was started when the consignor, who is now in his seven-

Union jackets will be auctioned, with examples dating to periods before, during and after the Civil War. Other top clothing lots include a United Confederate Veterans general’s frock coat and a Confederate battle shirt from the 24th Louisiana Crescent Regiment. The latter item comes with provenance from the collection of the late artist, author and historian Randy Steffan. Another special inclusion is a complete 1860s lady’s lace over silk mourning outfit described in the auction catalog as being in “spectacular” condition.

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badges and saddles. Additionally, there are relics recovered from battlefields, buttons and soldiers’ miscellaneous personal effects. In terms of volume, the strongest part of the sale is the swords, with more than 40 fine-quality e x a m p l e s e n t e r e d . Highlights include several eagle-head swords from both the Union Army and pre-Civil War eras. Several rare and desirable

America’s enduring fasci- renowned specialist nation with the War Between dealer who produces the States is never more evident than in our nation’s auction rooms. Authentic Civil War clothing, artifacts and memorabilia of the type to be offered at

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More than 20 lots of corps badges will be offered, including two with period engraving that directly links them to specific soldiers. “It’s tough to find identified corps badges, so those two, in particular, should do very well,” said Spurgeon. Flags include a Confederate ceremonial flag from a major, and a 34star Civil War Union flag in superb

Among the other notable lots are four saddles, including a Grimsley and a

www.antiquesandauctionnews.net period; and an 1861 cavalry recruiting broadside illustrated with a man on a rearing horse. The firearms section is led by an original Spiller & Burr Confederate frame, serial #10 - one of probably three known surviving examples. Also to be auctioned are an 1844 Waters pistol with a ECEMBER Fayetteville conversion, in

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Left to right: Civil War Union Army jacket, Indian Wars officers frock coat, United Confederate Veterans frock coat. Mosby & Co. image.

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outstanding condition; and a battlefield pick-up of a bulletstruck gun. Other battlefield (Continued on page 12)

PUBLIC AUCTION SAT., NOVEMBER 19, 2011 9:00 A.M.

650+ Lots Of Peanut Butter Glasses This is a lifelong collection of Peanut Butter Glasses from the Estate of William C. Bare, Jr., Myerstown. Glasses to include: Christmas, Santa, traditional flowers, birds, transportation, Wizard of Oz, Davy Crockett, wildlife, fruit, iced tea & juice glasses, lighthouse & sailboats, carriage, dogs, flowers with names at the top as-well-as flowers with names at the bottom. PREVIEW: Fri., November 18 from 12 Noon-4 P.M. CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR FULL LISTING & COLOR PHOTOS: www.propertiesbyroy.com or www.auctionzip.com

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AUCTION SITE: Annville Antique Station in the Auction Gallery, 1251 E. Main Street,

ANNVILLE, PA

17003 (Next to Hoss’s Steak House along Route 422 in Annville). Major credit cards accepted. Out-of-state checks require bank letter of credit. AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: ROY D. SHIRK LICENSE #AU-003248-L PHONE 717-269-0654

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Model 1896 A.M. Sheffey Bicycle

BRISTOL AUCTION INC. ★ QUALITY ANTIQUE SALE ★

1915 Hit & Miss Engine

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH, 2011 • 4:30 P.M. 216 Mill St. (REAR ENTRANCE) BRISTOL, PA

1890’s Clark’s ONT Spool Cabinet

DOORS OPEN 2:30 P.M. OLD-FASHIONED DOLLAR AUCTION SALE BEGINS AT 2:45 P.M. MAIN SALE 4:30 P.M.

Vintage Racing GO-CART

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Civil War Era Cot

Ca. 1900 Primitive & Farm Antiques From A 200 Year Old Central New Jersey Farm Advertising ★ A.M. SHEFFEY MODEL 1896 BICYCLE (Wynnewood, New York) with Original Shipping Bill. Litho (One In Untouched Original. Central New Jersey Barn Find. Of Three) Provenance from Original Owner with same Era Bicycle Catalogues and Related Ephemera ★ ★ Vintage Schwinn Bike with WHIZZER ENGINE CONVERSION ★ ★ HIT AND MISS ENGINE Circa 1915 with Old Restoration ★ ★ 1930’s PERSIAN RUG (10 Ft. x 13 Ft.) ★ ★ CIVIL WAR ERA FOLD-UP BED (Cot) ★ 19th C. Anvil “Trenton” ★ 19th Century JELLY CUPBOARD in Early Blue Paint ★ ★ Circa 1900 Two piece FARMHOUSE KITCHEN CUPBOARD ★ ★ 19th Century SCREEN DOOR in Early Blue Green Paint (33 In. x 751⁄2 In.) ★ ★ Circa 1900 REAL ESTATE ADVERTISING LITHO (3) by Calhoun Print Hartford (42 In. x 281⁄2 In.) ★ 19th Century ANVIL Signed “Trenton” ★ ★ 1890’s 6 Drawer CLARK’S O.N.T. SPOOL CABINET ★ Vintage RACING GO-CART (As Found Condition) ★ ★ 1920’s MYERS CAST-IRON WATER PUMP for Farm Use ★ ★ 450+ LOTS OF QUALITY SMALLS ★ Myers ★ 50+ LOTS QUALITY VINTAGE AND ANTIQUE FURNITURE ★ Cast-Iron ★ HUNDREDS OF SIGNED PAINTINGS & PRINTS ★ Pump

1930’s Persian Rug

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Ca. 1900 TERMS: 10% Buyer’s Premium For Cash Or Approved Check w/Proper I.D. Farm Kitchen 13% Buyer’s Premium For Visa, MC, Amex, Discover. Cupboard Inspection - 2:30-4:30 P.M. Day Of Sale. Info. Call: 215-788-6700 Or 215-499-7023 (Cell) AU-003580-L DIRECTIONS: 5 Min. Off Exit 358 Of PA Turnpike, 5 Min. Off Exit 40 - I-95 (Bristol 413 Exit). Vintage Collectibles Every Tuesday • Quality Antiques 3rd Tuesday Every Month

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rarity is the 1934-1935 MOSBY & CO. Tippco airplane with (Continued from page 11) swastikas on the tail and relics include numerous gun Mickey Mouse lithographed barrels, bridle bits, buttons, on both sides of the nosecone. knives, a cannon barrel and “This is only the second one

COIN AUCTION Wide Selection Rare & Key Dates Gold • Silver • Large Cents Thru Silver Dollars Silver Rolls & Rounds • Proof & Mint Sets For Complete List See - www.auctionzip.com ID#14590

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2011 LOCATION: Econo Lodge

SHAMOKIN DAM, PA

Rts. 11 & 15 Near Sunbury, PA

No Buyer’s Premium

Union and Confederate Civil War weapons, hat, miscellaneous of a Popeye Rowboat and a items. Mosby & Co. image. Popeye eccentric airplane

soldiers’ personal articles. of its type that I’ve seen in 25 The Saturday sesyears as a toy dealer and colsion will be brimming lector,” Spurgeon said. with colorful antique toys, country story and advert i s i n g pieces; Americana, black memorabilia, and an Superior-condition Ives “Carrie” circaarray of 1870 clockwork rowboat. Mosby & Co. image. posters that includes circus and Everyone’s favorite carsideshow types. toon sailor will make his presSeldom-seen ence known in the form toys await bidders at Mosby’s, including a circa-1870 Ives Carrie clockwork rowboat and oarsman figure with exceptional original paint. Another true Rare 1934-1935 Tippco Nazi plane with lithographed Mickey Mouse on both sides of nosecone. Mosby & Co. image.

DEAN R. ARNER, AUCTIONEER, LLC

with original flag - the latter being the example depicted in Robert Lesser’s 1975 book A Celebration of Comic Art and Memorabilia. Both Popeye toys retain their correct original boxes. Other standouts within the panoramic toy section include a mint/boxed “Santee Claus” and a 1914 tinplate clockwork ambulance sweets tin. The country store lineup is anchored by a fine late-

19th century chestnut counter, 85 inches long with original finish. Several country store showcases both floor and countertop styles - serve as appropriate auction companions, as do a J.P. Priwley Gum

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Window card from the silent film “The Scarlet Letter,” with depiction of its star, Lillian Gish. Mosby & Co. image.

Inspection Of Coins 8:00 A.M. AUCTION BEGINS AT 10:00 A.M.

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Tuesday, Nov. 22nd at 3:00 pm

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Happy Thanksgiving! From the staff of

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Public Auction

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH, 2011 AT 1:00 P.M.

ANDREAS SPORTING CLUB, 1 ANDREAS ROAD,

ANDREAS, PA 18211

1983 Cadillac 4 Door Auto, Early Primitive Wooden Bread Box, 12-Pane Cherry Corner Cupboard, One Door Primitive Cupboard, Old Quilts, Crocks & Jugs, Depression Glass, Many Primitives & Antique Items, Local Advertising, CI And Much More! Check Full Listing & Photos at WWW.AUCTIONZIP.COM ID# 21038.

Gallery Auction

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DEAN R. ARNER AUCTIONEER, LLC AY-002077L 570-386-3389

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH, 2011, 10 A.M. 2501 E. Ontario Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19134

HUGE PUBLIC AUCTION Jewelry, Cloth Goods, Toys, Primitives

Vintage Clothing, Costume & Fine Jewelry & Estate Furnishings

Monday, November 14 at 1:30 P.M. Leesport Farmers Market

Leesport, PA

Rt. 61, (Off Rt. 61 halfway between Reading & Hamburg. Follow signs to the Leesport Farmers Market).

Furniture: Oak DR Table & Morris Chair; Mahogany Drum Table; Deacon’s Bench; Antiques/Collectibles: (3) Kerosene Ceiling Lights; Reading Standard Bike Frame; Lux Black Animated Clock; Adv. Pcs.: 60’s Pepsi Elec. Cooler, Hershey Dairy & Smith’s IC Signs, Porc. Penn State College Sign, Winston Cig. Light; (6) ‘66-67 Mod. Racing Books; Lg. Collections Costume Jewelry & Cloth Goods; Ladies’ Purses incl.: Vuitton, Spade & Prada; Flemish Art Wall Rack & Box; (3) Janaskie Oils; Civil War Litho; (10) Signed Picts. Incl.: Mantle & Williams, DiMaggio, Ford, Aaron, Ali; Radio w/Top Horn; 100s Radio Tubes; ‘38 Cycle Lic. Plates; Beer Items: Daeufer Leberman Keg, Sunshine & Stegmaier Trays; 3-Stooges Neon Clock & Light; Guitar, Ukulele & Violin; (3) Hunting & (50+) Pocketknives; Nudie Card Deck & Posters; Early Postcards; Primitives: (21) Pr. Shutters; Coal Chute; 1-Man Saw; Grinding Wheel; Porc. Deep Sinks; Glass/China: GWTW Lamp; (40+) Dep.; (50+) Jewel Tea; (20+) Fiesta; Roseville Ewers; Toys: (20+) Jars of Marbles; Lg. Collection Hot Wheels, Matchbox & J. Lightning; (33) Hess Trucks; Comic Books; Barbie Dolls & Watch; Too much more to list!

Clothing & Accessories: Victorian capes, skirts, outfits & under garments; 1940’s-90’s dresses, gowns & suits; vintage fur & other coats; 1940’s-80’s hats by Christian Dior, etc.; vintage mesh, beaded & other purses; vintage tuxedoes; nice selection of vintage & contemporary costume jewelry with signed pieces; antique cameos; Mexican & other silver jewelry pieces; 1960’s Fendi briefcase; more! Estate Furnishings: Wedgwood & other fine china; Rorstrand & German china sets; quality glassware; ephemera; vintage toys; paintings & graphics; primitives; vintage linens; sterling & silver plate; mahogany, maple, French Provincial & other dining & bedroom sets & pieces; mahogany, oak & other desks, tables & chairs; electronics; housewares; more!!!

Inspection: 9 A.M. day of sale. Terms: CASH/VISA/AMEX. 15% buyer’s premium. Full payment due on auction day. Note: See website for additional photos

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ON-SITE ESTATE AUCTION DALLASTOWN, PA 17313 SAT., NOV. 26, 2011 9 A.M. ~ Preview: Fri., Nov. 25, 9 A.M.-7 P.M. 717 E. Main St.,

Don’t miss getting the best bids for any ephemera items you may be auctioning for your clients.

Grand 1928 Tudor-Style Stone Home 5,000 Sq. Ft. 4 Bedrooms; 3 Full, 2 Half Baths; 3 Fireplaces; Oak Wood Floors throughout; 9’ Ceilings; Large Open Rooms; 3-Floor Open Staircase; Stylish Ceramic Baths; Lavish Woodwork; Elevator; Slate Roof; 3-Car Garage; Beautiful Grounds ~ Home Shown By Appointment. Real Estate Sold at 3 P.M.

PACM gets the word out to ephemera and country store collectors. Call Richard at 800-800-1833, ext. 2538 or 717-492-2538

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NEXT DEADLINE: DECEMBER 1, 2011 FOR THE JANUARY ISSUE!

Paper & Ephemera: 1,000s of Items (most Exc. to Near Mint+) including Postcards; Trade Cards; Movie Posters and Window Cards; Broadsides; Product Catalogs; Early 1900’s Illustrator Books; Adv. Booklets; Labels; Arcade Vending Cards; German Die-Cuts; Calendars; Children’s Books; Valentines; Reference Books; Cookbooks; Christmas Stereoviews and Other Holiday Related Items; and Many Other Items of Interest. Antiques & Collectibles: Including Vintage Dolls; Tin Toys; Country Store; Automotive; Tobacciana; Glassware; Baskets (incl. Longaberger®); Local & Natl. Advertising; Signs of All Sorts; Women’s Clothing; Textiles; Ball & Claw Slant Front Desk; Map Case. Auctioneers - Gary Sweitzer #AU003786-L ~ Steve Farmer #AU002438-L Terms: No Sales Tax - Cash or Good Checks; Sold AS-IS; 10% Buyer’s Premium - Additional 3% for Credit Card.

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2011

“HOLIDAY AUCTION” 2:00 P.M. (TWO Hours Of HOLIDAY Box Lots)

ESTATE AUCTION

Auction To Be Held On Rts. 11/15, Just 6 Miles North Of I-81, Exit 65

Estate of Bill Huber

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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13TH 10:00 A.M. 1201 Center Street, JIM THORPE, PA

Beside Leonard’s Oak World

Full Listing & Photos On Web Site!!!

DOLLS - BREYER HORSES STEIFF & BOYDS BEARS - DEPT. 56 ST. NICHOLAS SQUARE - LEMAX HO CARS & TRACK - PRECIOUS MOMENTS DIE-CAST & COCA-COLA VEHICLES HALLMARK - AVON ORNAMENTS DANBURY MINT CASTLES

VINTAGE CARS, TRUCKS, PLUMBING SUPPLIES, MAUCH CHUNK & JIM THORPE ITEMS.

DOLLS: Zook Kids, Kewpie, Precious Moments, Gerber, Madame Alexander, Danbury Mint Hansel & Gretel, 1980’s Ginny Dolls, Shirley Temples, 1968 Talking Buffy & Mrs. Beasley, 2000 Talking Mrs. Beasley w/Cheryl Ladd Voice, Raggedy Ann & Andy’s, Cabbage Patch, Barbie Collector Dolls, Olympikids, Elizabethan Queen, Ashton-Drake Patty Playpal, Sleeping Beauty, Court Of Dolls, Heritage Coll. Storybook, Princess Diana, Hamilton Heritage, Annalee, Gotz. OVER 50 ST. NICHOLAS SQUARE & Accessories, DEPT. 56 - Victorian Christmas, New England Village, Christmas In The City, North Pole Series, LEMAX - Santa’s Wonderland, Carole Town & Accessories. PRECIOUS MOMENTS: Figurines, Baskets & Ornaments. BEARS: Steiff, Boyds, Raikes, Bearington. DIE-CAST: CocaCola, Burago, American Muscle, Ertl Fire Trucks, Wix, Maisto, Tray Lots Of 1/65 Scale NASCAR Blister Packs. Ceramic Christmas Trees, Outdoor Electric Figures. Some Older Decorations. DECORATED CHRISTMAS TREES!!! BOX LOTS TO INCLUDE: Decorations, Ornaments, (Many New), Lights, Giftware, Boxes Of Beanie Babies. HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US FOR OUR HOLIDAY AUCTION!!!

AUTOMOBILES: 1978 Dodge Li’l Red Truck, 50K, only 2000 made in 1978, A-Title, Mint Condition, 360 four barrel, 1956 Chevy Truck Model 3100 w/283 Engine, original as found condition, 49K A-Title, 1972 Cadillac DeVille, Mint Condition interior, low mileage, A-title, 1969 AMC Javelin, 390 Engine, Big Fat Package, A-Title, needs restoration, 1967 Chevy Long Bed, A-Title, needs restoration, 1972 GMC Oil Truck with Aluminum 3,000 Gallon tank, A-Title, 1978 Cadillac DeVille, all orig., 70K, 1988 Jaguar XKE, 12 Cyl. runs, fast. Scrap Cars: Ford Torino, GMC Cargo Van E-150. Mini Winnebago. ANTIQUES: Spears New Sunbeam Railway Cabin Car Stove (very rare), Mauch Chunk Rolltop Desk, Pictures, Frames, Lamps, Bottles, more. TOOLS: Plumbing supplies, equipment, Milwaukee & Craftsman Power Tools, Cement Mixer with Motor, Scaffolding, Copper Piping, Iron Boilers, Pipe, Printing Press and Screens, Simplicity Riding Mower, Grass Catcher, Digging Tools, Baseboard Heat, Soffit, Windows, and Siding enough for a home. Propane Tanks, Welding Equipment, Sears 3000 Generator, Clark Floor Sander, Miter and Table Saws, Tw o Diesel Engines, other engines, Cast-Iron Radiators and Pipe Fitters on Tripods, Engine Hoist, Ladders, Jacks, Shelving, Grinding Tools, Rolls of Metal Sheeting, Hundreds of Hand Tools, and boxes, drills, and press, saws and blades. MAUCH CHUNK Collectables and Memorabilia, Many Rare Postcards, Signs, and much more! AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Bill Huber’s Mauch Chunk Memorabilia is Legendary. This listing is just the tip of the Iceberg, this is what TV Shows are made for, Bill and Dot are the real Antique Pickers going back half Century. We are honored to sell this collection.

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LARGE 2-DAY ESTATE AUCTION We are pleased to have been chosen to sell the Estate of the late Douglas and Letitia Schlotterbeck, moved from their home in Mount Airy, Maryland to the COCHRAN AUCTION COMPLEX, 7704 Mapleville Road,

BOONSBORO, WASHINGTON CO., MARYLAND on: THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10, 2011 5:00 P.M.

To be sold Thursday Evening the following: Husqvarna 2042 LS Riding Lawn Mower with Bagger - Like New; Troy-Bilt 5 HP Self-Propelled Push Mower w/Bagger & Other Push Mowers; Weed Wackers; Hedge Trimmers; Edgers; Fertilizer Spreader; Chain Saws; Karcher Pressure Washer; Craftsman 10” Radial Arm Saw; Craftsman Table Saw; Rockwell 14” Band Saw; Miter Saw; Wood Lathe; Bench Grinders; Workbenches - Some with Vises; Sanders; Grinders; Routers; Jigsaws; Air Compressor; Spray Guns; Wood, C & Pipe Clamps; Shop Vacs.; Stepladders; Wood Planes; Selection of Hand & Garden Tools; Craftsman Sockets; Galvanized Tubs; Misc., Lumber; Wheelbarrow; Carts; And Many Other Articles Too Numerous to Mention.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2011 8:00 A.M.

(50+) CLOCKS, CLOCK PARTS & RELATED ITEMS: c.1845 J.C. Brown Iron Front/ Oyster Shell 8-Day Time and Strike Mantel Clock; c.1825 Chauncey Boardman Stenciled Column and Splat Time and Strike “Groaner”; c.1820 Weight Driven Presentation Banjo with Moberg Tablet Glasses; c.1845 FB Cook, York, PA (Birge & Mallory) 8-Day Time and Strike Connecticut Triple Decker w/York, PA Label; c.1825 Mahog. Case Weight Driven Banjo; c.1880 Kroeber, NY Slate & Marble Open Escapement Mantel; c.1880 Japy Freres France Gilded Figural Mantel Clock Under Glass Dome and Base; c.1880 EN Welch Eclipse Calendar; c.1850 Brewster & Ingraham 8-Day Beehive Clock; c.1880 New Haven Majolica 30-Hour Novelty Clock; c.1910 Ingraham 8-Day Time & Calendar Drugstore Regulator; c.1910 Seth Thomas & Sons Inlaid Black Enamel Mantel 8-Day Time & Strike; c.1910 Chelsea US Navy Brass Deck Clock w/Naval Observatory Serial Number; 1904 (dated) Seth Thomas 8-Day Time & Strike Adamantine Mantel Clock; 1914 Seth Thomas 5Bell Sonora Chime Jeweler’s Chime Demonstrator; 1915 German 8-Day Walnut Mantel Clock; (2) 1920 New Haven “Waring” 8-Day Banjos - 1 is time only; 1925 Sessions Banjo; 1920 Gilbert 8-Day Time & Strike Nautical Banjo; 1915 Sessions Drugstore Regulator; 1915 Waterbury Schoolhouse Calendar; 1925 Chelsea 6” Ship’s Bell; 1920 Cincinnati Time Recorder Company Card Recorder Time Clock; (7) United Clock Co. c.1940’s - some animated; (2) c.1940’s Telechron; 1950 Transatlantic Clock Co., NY 400-Day; Waterbury Carriage Clock; Germany Black Forest 30-Hour; Danaker Hagerstown Chiming Grandfather Clock; Germany Sambo Blinking Eye Wall Novelty; Germany Tiger Novelty Wall; And Many Others Not Listed. Tools incl.: Unimat-3 lathe and attachments; Unimat vertical mill and attachments; full-size machining lathe; and others clock tools of all kinds; Movements, Faces, Weights, Springs and Hundreds of Small Clock Parts; And Many Other Related Items Not Mentioned. FURNITURE & ANTIQUES: Beautiful Antique Furniture incl.: Walnut Stepback Cupboard, 2 Pc. Cherry Corner Cupboard, Victorian Burled Walnut Cylinder Desk, c.1880, Unusual Oak Slant Front Secretary with Stained Glass, Several Tall Chests, Softwood Jelly Cupboard, Oak Dovetailed Dry Sink, Softwood Dry Sink, Pembroke 1-Drawer Drop Leaf Table, Large Walnut

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Blanket Chest Strap Hinge with Bracket Feet & Other Blanket Chest, Oak Kitchen Cupboard with Dry Sink, Marble Top Washstand, Cherry, Mahog. & Softwood Drop Leaf Tables, Victorian Finger Carved Sofa & Others, Walnut Double Bed & Other Bedroom Furniture, Various Stands of all kind, Walnut Cradle, Victorian & Needlepoint Rockers, Selection of Chairs including Victorian Side, Painted, Etc., Marble Top Shoe Shine Stand w/Brass Foot Rest, Wicker Pieces, Fern Stand, Towel Rack, Spice Cabinet, Piano, Child’s Chest, Child’s Highchair, Antique Mantels, And Other Nice Furniture Not Mentioned; Iranian & Persian Oriental Rugs; Pictures & Frames incl. Wallace Nutting, Currier & Ives, K. Williams, Etc.; Framed Needlepoints; Mirrors; Early Antique Sampler; Crocks & Jugs - Some Cobalt; Weller Pieces; Selection of Tins incl. McCormick; Skillets & Pots - Some Griswold; Selection of Graniteware - Various Colors; Guardianware; Copper Items; Butter Churn; Sugar Buckets; Early Scales -Some Brass Store; Selection of Miniatures; Cream Cans; Candle Molds; Milk Bottles; Cowbells; Victor RCA Talking Machine; Wall Telephone; Several Beautiful Victorian Hanging Lights; Oil Lights - Some with Brackets & Mercury Reflectors; Table & Floor Lights; Toys, Puzzles & Games - Erector Set in Metal Case, Early Superman Play Suit w/Orig. Box, Etch A Sketch w/Orig. Box, Gilbert HO Set w/Box, Windup Tins, Trucks, Stereoscope with Stereo Cards, Steiff Bear & Many Others; Banks; Large & Small Appliances; Linens & Quilts; Antique Kitchen Utensils; Nice Selection of Tea Leaf Ironstone China - Variety of Pieces incl. Pitcher & Bowl Set; Selection of Nice Glassware incl. RS Prussia (incl. portrait piece), RS Germany, Belleek, Limoges, Royal Rudolstadt, Lenox, Nippon, Lamberton, Germany, Majolica, Silesia, Opalescent, Custard, Patterns and Much More; Wooden Boxes; Nice Selection of Black Americana incl. Shakers, Banks, Clocks, Syrups, Etc.; Tramp Art Comb Case; Castor Set; Selection of Raggedy Ann & Andy Dolls; Early Tricycle; Baskets; Books; Records; Music Boxes; Wild Turkey Decanters - Small & Large; Christmas Decorations; Small Potbelly Stove; Cast-Iron Items incl. 20 Gal. Cooking Pot, Doorstops, Unusual Andirons, Fireplace Tools, Coffee Grinder, Griddles, Miniature Flatirons, Trivets & Others; Butchering Tools; The Hub Miller Safe & Iron Works Cast-Iron Safe; Several Concrete Birdbaths; Wrought Iron Patio Set; And Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Douglas and Letitia Schlotterbeck were born and raised in Hagerstown, Maryland and resided in Mount Airy for over 50 years until their recent deaths. Doug and “Tink” were passionate collectors of antiques in addition to Doug being known for his knowledge of and skill in the restoration of antique clocks. Together, one of their greatest joys came from a lifetime of collecting of both fine and unusual pieces, which is reflected in this auction. Don’t miss this outstanding auction!!! DIRECTIONS: Located approx. 70 miles west of the Baltimore/Washington Metro Area, the auction will be held at the 26 acre COCHRAN AUCTION COMPLEX conveniently located just 4 miles south of Exit 35 off Interstate 70 on Maryland Route 66 at Boonsboro, MD. TERMS: Incl. cash or approved check on day of the auction with positive identification required for registration. Ten percent buyer’s premium. Additional terms and conditions may be announced at time of sale. Not responsible for accidents. Check out our website at www.CochranAuctions.com (84-11)

AUCTIONEERS & ASSOCIATES LTD. 7704 MAPLEVILLE RD., P.O. 222, BOONSBORO, MARYLAND 21713-0222 (301) 739-0538 E-Mail: jgcauction@aol.com Web Site: www.cochranauctions.com

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Huge 2-Day Antique Auction FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18 & SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 AUCTION STARTS FRIDAY AT 6 P.M., SATURDAY AT 11 A.M. PREVIEW: THURSDAY (CHRISTMAS PARTY) 1 TO 8 P.M. & FRIDAY 1 TO 6 P.M., SATURDAY 9:30 TO 11 A.M. 913 Upward Road,

FLAT ROCK, NC 28731

Over 1,300 lots of quality items! An amazing selection from the estate of Irene Emerson of Hendersonville, Aubrey Courtney Shives of Greenville, SC, John Slater of Conyers, GA and many other homes and estates! Partial listing as follows: Art glass including Tiffany, Steuben, Lalique, Baccarat, Moser, Loetz, Waterford, Val St. Lambert, Webb, Northwood, Victorian including syrup pitchers, miniature oil lamps and Vaseline glass, Wave Crest, Brilliant period cut glass, fine oils, watercolors and lithographs by many listed artists including Ada Walter Shulz (Brown Co. Indiana), Antonio Sminck Pitloo, Jules Dupre, Mark Mulfinger (Greenville, SC), Benjamin Ottewell, Josef Israel, Lucien Denman and many others, photograph collection including Brett Weston, Bruce Barnbaum, Jerry Norman Velsmann and more, Ansel Adams signed books & posters, bronzes, lots of sterling silver including Tiffany, water pitcher by Shreve, hundreds of ornaments, set of 12 goblets, match safes, chatelaine, unusual Victorian sterling servers, silver-plated serving items, sets and trays, amazing estate jewelry including platinum and diamond rings, gemstone jewelry including ruby & diamond suite, sapphire, emerald, rings, bracelets, pendants, brooches, necklaces and earrings, sterling and costume jewelry, pocket watch collection (mostly gold), Rolex & other wristwatches, fine Indian collection including Squash blossom necklace, bracelets, rings & bolos, Jade jewelry, ivory, coral, amber, lots of Asian & Oriental items including Imari, celadon, early porcelains, Nippon, Satsuma, bronzes, cloisonné, jade carvings, ivory figurines and netsuke, Chinese & Japanese scrolls, cabinet, woodblock prints, Persian rugs from mat to runners to room sizes (including silk), sets of fine china, porcelains including huge Sevres bronze mounted vase, Sevres plaque, Limoges, Shelley, Royal Crown Derby “Imari” figurines, Royal Doulton, Lladro & Hummel figurines, oyster plates, Wedgwood collection including jasperware and basalt, Lenox including Belleek, lamps including Handel and Pittsburgh, clocks, collection of early Indian baskets, blankets and miniatures, lots of fine furniture including sideboard, server, child’s stepback cupboard, tea cart, chest, chairs and more, Art pottery including Moorcroft, Van Briggle, Fulper, Rookwood, Weller & more, Arts & Crafts bronzes including Roycroft, Majolica including syrup pitchers and butter pats, huge collection of early Christmas items including Santas, ornaments by the hundreds from 19th century to modern art glass, Kugels, feather trees, hundreds of sterling ornaments, early candy containers, Snowbabies, collection of dolls including French, bisque, china head, wooden, miniature, Vogue Ginny, 1950’s still boxed and Googlie, perfume bottles, Civil War and Indian statues by Chilmark, books, tea caddy boxes including tortoise, collection of early snuff boxes, wood carvings of shorebirds and decoys, eagles by H. Winter, Pennsylvania Redware, blue decorated crocks, Staffordshire dogs, doorstops, tole items, basket collection including Shaker and Indian, collection of Steiff animals and bears, cribbage boards, wooden canoe, pig figurines, collection of dollhouse miniatures, postcards, autographs, stamps, covers, U.S. gold coins, silver dollars, shells, Hawaii items including early burl bowl, African and Tribal items, Russian Lacquerware boxes, Railroad items, violins and other instruments, scales, screens, stained glass, Hartmann luggage, quilts, fine linens, Apollo space items, toys, steins, Gucci purses, inkwells, chandeliers, large ivory tusk (with papers), Stuart Rabb wood carvings, Molas, fur coats and so much more.

10% buyer’s premium in-house, 15% on liveauctioneers.com or live phone bidding. NCAL#5079. Full catalogs and photos on website (one week prior) at

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SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PARTY THURSDAY 1 TO 8 P.M., food and gifts for everyone! Please come join us for an unbelievable auction! Now is the time to buy, those who attended last sale know that bargains abound!

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www.antiquesandauctionnews.net Spurgeon noted that sideshow Saturday, and by appointment posters, in particular, are during the week prior to the very difficult to locate sale. Catered food service will but said he was able be available during both aucto secure several very tion sessions. desirable examples All forms of bidding will for his sale: Ubangi be available, including live Savages, Giraffe-Neck via the Internet through either Women from Burma, a LiveAuctioneers.com or German-printed Museum of Proxibid.com. For additional Oddities poster with information, call (240) 629“ T i g e r - S k i n 8139 or e-mail keith@mos Women,� and byauctions.com. Visit others. Mosby & Co. online at The widely www.mosbyauctions.com. varied poster selection spans the period from Rare 1918 floor model phonograph lamp by the Electric Phonograph Co. Mosby & Co. image.

1900 through the 1970s and documents many forms of entertainment, from minstrel shows and vaudeville to magic shows. An additional magic highlight is an inscribed 1912 presentation photo of Harry Houdini, and a signed Houdini letter on Society of American Magicians letterhead from the period during which the legendary illusionist was its president. Other poster highlights include a beautiful 1906 “Montana Frank� poster in Wild West Show style, a 1926 window card for the Lillian Gish silent film The Scarlet Letter, and a poster for the cowboy silent film King of the Saddle, with Bill Cody. Mosby & Co.’s fall auction will be held on Friday, Nov. 11, commencing at 5 p.m. Eastern Time, and Saturday, Nov. 12 starting at 10 a.m., at the company’s new gallery at 5714-A Industry Lane, Frederick, Maryland 21704. Preview hours are noon to 5 p.m. on Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus sideshow poster. Mosby Friday, 8 to 10 a.m. on & Co. image.

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American historical memoraMOSBY & CO. bilia starts with slave(Continued from page 12) related articles, such as cabinet and National No. 313 shackles, manillas brass candy-store-size cash (bronze bracelets used in register. the slave trade), slave An excellent assortment documents including bills of advertising incorporates of sale, and freedmen’s passsigns and figural displays of es. KKK articles to be auctin, porcelain and paper. A tioned include a Klansman’s 1930s plaster Santa, counter- uniform. size panda figure touting A standWhat-A-Pop lollipops and alone auction several advertising clocks are highlight is the among the featured lots. very rare 1918 The roster of Black and floor-model phonograph lamp manufactured by Electric Phonograph Co. “When these phonographs turn up, they’re almost always tabletop models,� Spurgeon said. “I have not been able to locate a floor model like the one in our sale in any antiques book. It is 100 percent correct and comes from a 50-year collection in California.� Mosby & Co. is 1912 inscribed presentation photo known for its expertise from magician Harry Houdini. Mosby in the field of circus & Co. image. and sideshow posters.

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Saturday, November 19 2011 @ 10:00 A.M.

Preview: Friday, November 18th 2011 @ 12:00 Noon to 6:00 P.M. & Sale day 8:00 A.M until sale time Hepburnville Exit, Exit, 5 miles milees north north of Williamsport, Williamspport,, PA PA To be held at our comfortable gallery just off the Rt. 155 Hepburnville

FRANK FEATHER - JOHN BELL - CIVIL WAR MILITARIA & WEAPONS - FURNITURE -ANTIQUES

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011 AT 8:30 A.M. At HURLEY AUCTIONS - 2800 Buchanan Trail E., GREENCASTLE, PA 17225

Directions: From I-81 PA Exit 5 go E. 3 mi. on Rt. 16, auction on right. Hurley Auctions is pleased to offer at public auction the remaining collections of Mr. Donald H. Berkebile of Mercersburg, PA, well-known author & curator for the Smithsonian Institute - DC. FURNITURE: TRUCKLOADS of modern & antique furniture; TRAMP ART CARVED ITEMS: Frank Feather cane, 1936, Cristophel George Washington hatchet; JOHN BELL & POTTERY: FIREARMS: Civil War era military rifles; J.H. Johnson rifle; Rev. War F/L pistols; Matchlock wall gun; Nelson Delaney, PA percussion over/under; early German crossbow; EDGED WEAPONS: Early swords; U.S. military swords; early plug & military bayonets; early knives; ACCESSORIES: Early 19th Century Civil War military helmets & shakos; powder horns & flasks; frontier rifleman’s bags & contents; saddle holsters; canteens; cartridge boxes; belts; pouches; (2) Civil War saddles; ephemera; Fortress Monroe storage chest; Civil War bass drum; loads of Civil War era tinware; 1800’s musical instruments; ARTWORK & BOOKS: Quality modern Civil War art; 20+ Civil War prints by Kunstler and Gallon; collection of 100+Civil War history books; MANY small items for the Civil War collector & reenactor; ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Etter & Greenawalt coffeepot - Chambersburg; outstanding collection of 50+ PENMAR ITEMS many unusual & rare items; collection of PA auto license plates complete 1906-1956+; HUNDREDS of canes & walking sticks: Frank Feather, solid ivory, gold & ivory handles, etc.; 10+ pcs. Roseville pottery; lots of old marbles; gold Buddha on 14k gold chain approx. 1.8 oz.; MORE VEHICLES AT 5:15 P.M.: 2006 Maserati Quattro Porte GT Sport, loaded, 39,000 miles, black. Selling for the Estates of Donald H. Berkebile Estate - Jan Sulcove Attorney, Joann Eigenbrode, J. Carl Stonebraker & Others Absentee & Online bidding available:

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Important Toy, Doll & Advertising Auction November 30, 2011 in Fairfield, Maine James D. Julia, Inc. is pleased to announce our upcoming Fall 2011 toy, doll, and advertising auction. For nearly 40 years, the Julia firm has been known for handling some of the finest quality items, collections, and estates available. This will be a fantastic array of goods gathered from across the United States. Included will be fresh to the market, quality goods for both the beginning and advanced collector. Included will be American and European tin toys, cast iron, pressed steel, fine French and German dolls, scarce coin-op, rare antique advertising items, salesman samples, music machines, and much more. Below is only a sampling of the many items to be offered. For more information or to place bids, please contact us today.

Salesman sample potato planter

Exceedingly rare and desirable Coca-Cola cardboard die-cut “Four Seasons” display

A large assortment of rare Schoenhut Teddy Roosevelt safari pieces as well as several glass eyed animals

Outstanding Buick pedal car barber chair (ex-Kaufman collection)

Rare Caille Center Pull Slot

Rare Ives Mammy & baby clockwork toy

Part of a collection of cast iron mechanical banks

Exceptional 19” Bru Jne Bebe

Rare P. 3 D. Bebe

Exceedingly rare & desirable Lehmann Boxer Rebellion clockwork toy

Planning for the future of your collection? Julia’s New and Unique Estates Division featuring our “Plan in Place” is the ideal solution. Call today! Ask for Sonia MacNeil. Email: smacneil@jamesdjulia.com

Part of a coll. of Lehmann and Martin tin windup toys

Alexandre Theroude barrel organ automaton

Musical Dewey upright slot

Part of single owner coll. of clockwork automatons

Lg C.I. Rare 40” Schoenhut Brownie “Millionaire” Case display

Lg. Hires die-cut sign (only example known)

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Contact Andrew Truman or Julie Killam Email: atruman@jamesdjulia.com or Jay Lowe, Mike Caffarella, Rick Saxman or Dorothy McGonagle. Website: www.jamesdjulia.com Tel: (207) 453-7125 James D. Julia, Inc. 203 Skowhegan Road, Fairfield, ME 04937 Fax: (207) 453-2502 Auctioneer: James D. Julia Lic#: ME:AR83


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Morphy’s Sale Features Antique Doll Collection And Collection Of Rare Teddy Bears The Schoenthaler collection also includes German character dolls, babies and Polly Heckewelder dolls, which are rag dolls that were made by the Moravian Church Ladies Society in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, as far back as 1872. Foulke said the desirable Pennsylvania folk dolls are still being made from old patterns and that the examples in the Schoenthalter collection range from early productions to later ones. While the auction summary reveals a broad chronology of doll production, the main focus of the sale is antique dolls. Highlights among the French dolls

Steiff black teddy bear, circa 1912, 18 inches, made to commemorate those who perished on the Titanic. Estimate $12,000 to $20,000. Morphy Auctions image.

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17047 Directions - Take Rt. 850 or Rt. 17 to Kistler. Follow Rt. 17 (Blain Rd.) W. towards Blain approx. 1.5 mi. Auction on right.

ANTIQUES - COLLECTIBLES - HOUSEHOLD

PALADIN AUCTIONS

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Hershey Estate incl. Ned Smith 1975 Prints (original set of 4) - Jewelry Large Selection of Sterling Silver Rings - Whiting & Davis Mesh Purse - 1948 Framed Audubon Prints - Animated Doll Collection NIB - American Stamp Albums - Selection of Cookbooks - 1972 Nick Ruggieri Watercolor Prints Spider-Man Signed Artwork - Magic Chef Box Freezer - Pfaltzgraff Pottery, Farberware, Hoffritz, Mikasa, Hamilton Beach, Lenox and KitchenAid Items New in Boxes - New Old Stock Items - Kitchen & Household NIB Items - Upright Heater - Weed Eater 4.5 hp Self-Propelled Lawn Mower (excellent) - Upright Floor Fans - Large Sanyo TV & Others - Maple Desk - Telephone Table - Dressers Mahogany Valet - Colonial Sofa - Vacuum Cleaners - Strollers - Toys - Knives & Swords - Liquidation of Hershey Storage Units - Good Box Lots - Auction is LOADED! Preview at 10 A.M. - Cash or Approved Check - 10% Buyer’s Premium Bring your own Chair - Food & Drink on site.

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A K*R No. 114 boy doll is unusual in that it has flocked hair and glass eyes. Most dolls with that model number have wigs and painted eyes. Other character dolls include Kley & Hahn pouties, a Simon & Halbig 1488, Kestner 212, A.M. with intaglio eyes, Just Me, SFBJ 226 and 247, and more. Bisque babies include Tynie Babies, a Century Baby, Newborn Baby, Seigfried, Bye-los, a 2-faced Kley & Hahn doll, and many others. Many artist dolls will be up for bid. Designers represented in this section of the sale include Martha Thompson, Martha Armstrong Hand and Dewees Cochran. Additionally, the auction inventory features a collection of Hitty dolls.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2011

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13 - 11:00 A.M. 660 Firehouse Road, GRANTVILLE, PA 17028

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loged. A very unusual 14inch Simon & Halbig bisque doll depicts a man with long curly hair, a moustache and a large hat. Its owner added a tag that said it w a s “Rembrandt from Holland,” and that it was a gift. Foulke said the doll appears to be an unmarked Model No. 1308, which is “a very rare number from around 1910.” Another Simon & Halbig highlight is a No. 153 bisque boy Steiff “rod” bear, circa 1904, 20 inches, accom- dressed in a panied by X-ray confirming interior rod con- pink suit, nickstruction. Estimate $25,000 to $50,000. named “Little Morphy Auctions image. Duke.”

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include an all-original Steiner Gigoteur, an E.J., and a portrait Jumeau. An outstanding array of character dolls has been cata-

REAL ESTATE AUCTION

at 1753 Westwood Rd., READING, PA Minimum Starting Bid: $110,000! This well-built 3 BR/1.5 bath brick ranch house in Colony Park, Spring Township features hardwood floors, ceramic tile bath, maple kitchen, full basement, patio and porch. Convenient location to schools, shopping, dining and Routes 422/222.

Furniture - Chestnut country sideboard; 2-jelly cupboards; 2-dry sinks (1 w/liner); 2 pc. cherry hutch; glass door bookcase; 2-Victorian washstands (1 w/marble top); sm. oak slant top desk; rnd. 40” walnut table; walnut gateleg drop leaf table; 2-oval drop leaf tables w/butterfly supports; 1-dwr oak worktable; cherry dresser made by Smith, Shippensburg; oak dresser; oak scroll bed; 2-blanket chests; cedar chest; oak school desk; Deacon’s bench; various arm & nursing rockers; lg. qty. & various side chairs; several small stands & stools; highchair; Miller (Newport, PA) 2-gal. brown & white decorated jug; Cowden 2-gal. brown & white jug; addt’l stoneware to incl. local Keaton pottery pcs. & chicken watering bowl; cyl. butter churn; 4 qt. glass butter churn; lg. butter bowl, paddle & butter mold; wooden buckets; woodenware; lap coffee grinder; apple peeler; cherry stoner; alum. & tin cookie cutters; lg. green swirled granite pot w/lid & cup; blue swirled granite berry & milk buckets; Copper & Brass Pcs. - teapots, buckets, long handled dipper, wash boiler (no lid) & copper chafing dish; Griswold No. 12 skillet; cast-iron teakettle; sadirons & trivets; washboards; various early wicker baskets; variety of pie birds; Stailey & Irvin tinware; pewter fish plates, lg. platter, mugs & pitchers; quilts; yarn winder; cast-iron pig bank & terrier dog doorstop; counter balance scales w/weights; beam scales; egg scales; hanging scales; wire egg baskets; 11-graduated brass bells on leather strap; brass & steel cowbells; wooden straw fork; lg. wooden pulley; wooden tool caddies; wooden buttons; walking canes; rooster weathervane; ice tongs; candlestick holders; 4-hole tin candle mold; punched tin lamps & lanterns; PRR lantern; barn lanterns; carbide light; G-W-T-W oil lamp; hanging oil lamp frames; tole painted tin pcs; braided rugs; hat & stick pins; porcelain hatpin holder; miniature tea sets; Cuban W.E.R. Co. stoneware washbowl, lg. & sm. pitchers & cup; Ironstone chamber pot w/lid; white porcelain & Ironstone china; over 70 pcs. of white Pfaltzgraff china; 4 pc. Noritake azalea condiment set; pink Depression pcs.; Pyrex & Fire-King glass; Margo Kell covered bridge watercolor; framed Geo. Washington print; addt’l framed prints; Toys - Vinyl doll carriage; doll cradle dolls; toy cupboard; toy metal stove & tea sets; Books & Paper - (22) Chandler books; Bells & Whistles; Churches Between the Mountains: Children’s books; 1929 Chas Delancy (Landisburg) calendar; 1847 leather-bound Bible; poultry & farm related books; Modern Furniture - Cherry hutch w/raised panels; cherry dry sink w/ high back; walnut dough box table; cedar chest w/raised panels; Grandmother clock w/W. Ger. movement; oak framed oval floor mirror; tan recliner; Pride Mobility lift chair; platform rocker; 3 pc. patio set; country decorations & collectibles; table lamps; bear collectibles; wildlife glasses; misc. household items. Auctioneer’s Notes - The auction will begin with small antique & collectibles. The furniture will be mixed into the auction at 11 A.M.,The auction offers a large quantity of interesting & clean merchandise. Visit www.auctionzip.com for photos. Terms - Cash or PA check only. Auction Service Selling for the late Ray Bitting & wife Lorraine AU-2553-L (717) 582-8565 Lorraine Bitting, owner/seller B. Fahnestock, AA-019154

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Firearms including approximately 700+ lots of Modern, Sporting, Collectible, Military and Antique arms and Accessories.

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10:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. Preview 3:00 P.M. Bidding Closes for Online Only Furniture

(75) 1940’s-1970’s Classic/Antique Parts Cars

Vintage Pool Table made by Lafe, Keafer & Co., Phila. PA. Leaded Glass Panels. 6-pc. Hitchcock Bedroom Set. 8-pc. Cushman Colonial Dining Room Set by General Interior. Chinese Chairs. Chinese Fall Front Desk. Chippendale Style Camelback Sofa. Combination Safe. Jelly Cupboard. And much more!

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH AT 2 P.M. 370 Yocumtown Road, ETTERS, PA

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DIRECTIONS: From I-83 take Yocumtown Exit #33. Follow Rt. 392 east 3 mi. to auction on right. These parts cars have been sitting in field for 50 yrs. Come and discover … FORD: '48 Pickup; (3) '66 T-Birds; ‘64 Fairlane; '63-'64 Galaxie; '69 & '73 Ranchero; '69 Futura. BUICK: '50 & '59 Buicks. MUSTANGS: '67 Conv; (4) '67-'68 Mustangs; (2) '70, '73, '74; Conv. (Year?). CHEVY: '70 & '74 El Camino; '54 Chevy; '63 Biscayne; '70 Monte Carlo; '76 & '78 Camaro. PLYMOUTH: '50 Sedan; '66 Satellite Conv; '73 Police Car; '67 Barracuda Conv.; '66 Barracuda. PONTIAC: '67 Firebird; '69 Tempest; '66 LeMans. CADILLAC: ‘54 Cadillac; ‘73 El Dorado Conv.; '71 El Dorado. STUDEBAKER: '49 & '59 Studebakers. DODGE: '73 Charger; '70 Challenger; '70 Coronet. JEEP: ‘50? Jeep; Postal Jeep; '72 Jeep. OTHER: '47 Nash 600 Coupe; '58 Edsel; '69 Rambler; '62 Metropolitan; '67 Chevelle; '63? Corvair; '66 Lincoln Sedan; '68 AMC Rebel SST; ‘67 Rambler; (2) 196? MG; 19?? Volvo 2 Dr.; Mercedes Sedan; Int. Scout. TERMS: Inspection auction day only 8 A.M.-2 P.M. Removal at expense of purchaser by 11/28 at 5 P.M. (any car not removed by 11/28 will be forfeited & scrapped). No titles or salvage certs. Parts cars ONLY! Sold by invoice/receipt as proof of sale. Don’t miss a chance to buy vintage car parts! 10% Buyer’s Premium. Complete payment day of sale, cash/check only (NO credit cards).

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ASIAN DISCOVERY AUCTION (No General Estate Items will be sold) Includes a wide selection of Chinese and Japanese artworks, bronzes, ivory netsukes, sculptures, woodblock prints, jade, snuff bottles, silk embroidery, cloisonné, screens, samurai sword, and more. No reserves!

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KERRY PAE AUCTIONEERS Harrisburg, PA • 717-236-3752 www.kerrypae.com License #AU-1367

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Fine antique dolls and rare German teddy bears will take center stage in Morphy Auctions’ sleek new saleroom on November 12 in a specialty auction numbering 569 lots. Many of the dolls to be auctioned came from the collection of the late Lorraine Schoenthaler, a well-known collector from New Jersey. “Mrs. Schoenthaler was known for her Schoenhut dolls. There are more than 50 of them in the sale,” said Morphy’s doll and teddy bear expert Jan Foulke. Within the grouping are molded-bonnet and carved-hair types; character dolls, dolly faces, babies and a mama doll, among others.


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Auctions • Appraisals • Real Estate

Celebrating 79 Years!

ESTATE DECORATIVE AND FINE ARTS AUCTION FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18th, at 4pm Exhibitions: Thursday, November 17th: 4 - 7pm All-day Friday, November 18th: from 9am Selling items from premier Delaware Valley Estates, Homes, and Collections. To be offered at Absolute Auction with No Reserves or Minimums. Partial Listing to Include: Extensive Library from the Estate of Louise L. Henry, Haverford, PA: 100 cataloged lots, including first editions by Dickens; Early Main Line Atlas, etc.

Wharton Esherick Stool; Thomas Cooper Gotch Oil, Ruby; Steinway & Sons Ebony-case Baby-grand; Doris Sams Granite

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Fine Art: Paintings, Prints, & Sculpture by listed artists, incl G. Hoskins, A. Jacob, A. Gisson, B. Benson, R. Lichtenstein, F. Hundertwasser, V. Vasareley, B. Shahn; S. Seandel, Ansel Adams, M. Kaczurowski, Doris Sans, D. Secrest; Japanese Block Prints, etc. Antique & Designer Furnishings: Cherry Federal Tall & Low Chests; 3 Sheraton Chests; George III Serpentine-front Chest; 18th C. English lift-top Chest; Mahogany Cellaret on stand; QA Handkerchief Table; Del Val Corner Cupbd; Centenial 2-pc. Highboy; Walnut Chest on Frame; Chinoiserie 2-door Cabinet on Stand; Chinese Carved Etagère; 8 Chip-style DR Chairs; Pr. Baker Pembroke Tables; Kittinger dbl-ped. DR Table; Baker Game Table; Pr. Baker upholstered Armchairs; Mahogany “Rosjohn” Breakfront; Bertoia Wire Chair; 2 John Noguchi Tables, etc. Decorative Arts: 20+ Mettlach Steins; 2 Swiss Cylinder Music Boxes; 2 Antique Cellos; 2 Rickenbacker Electric Guitars; Pacific Northwest Native Indian Art Carvings; Lalique, 2 Antique Samplers; Southwest Acoma Pottery; Stevengraph Bookmarks; Garden Furnishings & Statues, incl Lrg Asian Temple Figure; Spirit Song Teak Bench & Chairs by Robert & Barbara Tiffany, and more.

Hepplewhite Tall Chest; Swiss Gloria Mandeliné-Zither Cylinder Music Box; Heavily-carved Chinese Etagère; Pair of Ornate Figural Candelabras

One of 2 Antique Cellos; Waltham Tall Clock; Neoclassical Oak Weather Station; 1831 Newlin Family Sampler; H. Bertoia Bronze

Chinese & Japanese Export Porcelains Silver: 40+ Cataloged lots, including Tiffany St. Dunstan Sterling Flatware; Towle Lady Mary Sterling Flatware; 3 Sterling Tea Sets; Large Buccellati Sterling Tray & Bowl, and more. Estate Oriental Carpets: Room-size Heriz, Serabend, Sarouks; Assorted Area-size, etc.

Frank Schoonover; Rickenbacker Guitars: 1977 Fireglo, 2005 Dakota; Tiger-Eye and Diamond Necklace, apx. 1.15ct TWD

Estate Fine Jewelry: 75 Cataloged lots, including Gold, Diamond & Gemstone Rings, Necklaces, Earrings; Men’s Waltham, Hamilton, Tudor Pocket & Wristwatches; Lady’s Elgin & Concord Pocket & Wristwatches; Mabé Pearl Jewelry, etc.

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Walter Emerson Baum Oil; Sterling Gorham Tea Set; 18K Gold Gemstone & Enamel Floral Brooch

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Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol First Edition; Antique Heriz (19’x12’); Acoma Pottery & Maria Bowl Gayle Hoskins Illustration; Chinese Export Rose Medallion Punch Bowl; Collection of Murano Art Glass

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AUCTION SALE BILLS www.antiquesandauctionnews.net tion, as well as a Teddy The auction will take live via the Internet through 5, and group lots. place on Saturday, November Morphy Live (sign up at The auction also features Bear and Friends maga12, commencing at 10 a.m. www.morphyauctions.com) a private collection of irre- zine calendar illustrated with pictures of Eastern time. All forms of or LiveAuctioneers.com. this particular bidding will be available, For additional informabear. It is including live at the gallery, tion on any lot in the auction, described in by phone or absentee, and call Morphy’s at (717) 335Morphy’s auction 3435 or e-mail serena@mor Kammer & Reinhardt 114 phyauctions.com. View the catalog as being character boy doll, 20 inches, fully illustrated catalog and one of the nicest, if bisque socket head incised all other auction information not the nicest “K*R 114 49.” Estimate $6,500 online at www.morphyauc known example. to $9,500. Morphy Auctions Estimate $25,000 tions.com. image. to $50,000. Other top bears include a circa-1912 Steiff 18-inch black “mourning” bear made to commemoGerman bisque character man, 15 inch- rate those who peres, known as “Rembrandt,” appears to ished on the Titanic, AT 8:30 A.M. be a Simon & Halbig No. 1308 C. Estimate $10,000 to $15,000. Morphy estimate $12,000 to $20,000; and a circaANTIQUES - FURNITURE Auctions image. 1905 apricot centerLONGABERGER® BASKETS - COINS sistible antique and vintage seam Steiff bear, 28 inches INCLUDING THE CLEVELAND KOHLER ESTATE AND OTHERS teddy bears, including several and in “stunning original conrare, expensive productions dition.” It is estimated at from Steiff’s early days. In $15,000 to $20,000. DOVER FIREHALL - 30 EAST CANAL STREET, addition, approximately five Jan Foulke summarized Rt. 74 N. from York to Dover square, 1 block east to firehall the sale’s contents as being Dry sink, gateleg drop leaf table, Empire slant desk, Thonet Bentwood chairs, oak gentleman’s “nice, fresh dolls - most comdresser, oak chest of drawers, wood box, blanket chest, piano stools, Victorian settee, tilt stands,

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All-bisque dolls include mignonettes, a Simon & Halbig 886 with black stockings, large babies, and many small dolls. In addition to the aforementioned Polly Heckewelder dolls, the cloth doll offering includes multiple Kamkins and Chase designs.

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2011

Steiff apricot center-seam bear, circa 1905, 28 inches, excellent original condition. Estimate $15,000 to $20,000. Morphy Auctions image.

DOVER, PA

clothes trees, copper kettle and wash boiler, oak chairs, rockers, sofa, gooseneck rocker, hutch, stereo, Cowden blue dec. jug, other stoneware, tin toys, (2) mantel clocks, Buddy L fire truck and steam shovel, blue graniteware, dolls, prints, pedal tractors, sleds, old saws, old shaving mirror, baseball signed 1940’s Hagerstown Suns, horse collars, toy pony, dollhouse and furniture, wooden children’s kitchen set, Conn trombone, Japanese woodcuts, baseball and sports cards, lots of costume jewelry, sterling cameo, watches, military scrapbook, tintypes, comic books, 1940s Lou Gehrig book, other books, old marionette, 1920 cocaine paperweight, 1930’s Goodyear Blimp photos, glassware, household items, and more being found!!!

For those who collect America’s favorite teen fashion doll, Barbie, there will be 25 lots of very nicely preserved examples. Highlights include a boxed No. 1 Barbie with blond ponytail, in very fine condition; a No. 4, a No.

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100+ baskets and accessories including Christmas, Collector’s Club Mini J.W.s and others, Father’s Day, Sweetheart, Horizon of Hope, Dresden, Hartville, and 20th Century Tour and more!!!

Beautifully dressed early Jumeau bebe doll, 14 inches, French bisque socket head incised “Depose E 5 J.” Estimate $6,500 to $8,500. Morphy Auctions image.

The most highly prized of all bears in the sale is a circa1904 Steiff 20-inch rod bear. The bear is accompanied by an X-ray that visually confirms its interior rod construc-

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175 lots including Indian head cents, Lincoln cents, Buffalo nickels, rolls of uncirculated silver dimes and quarters, 1 oz. and 1⁄2 oz. commemorative art series gold coins, 40+ Morgan graded by PCGS, MS61 to MS64 proof-like and DMPL; US Proof and Mint sets, US currency.

ing from a single consignment - together with rare teddies and an excellent variety of other dolls to please even the most particular collector.”

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Ranulph Bye Watercolor

Many Boxcars w/Orig. Boxes French Pocket Watch “8 Jours”

Lionel Santa Fe

Swarovski Owl

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Vintage Bakelite Brooch

C.F. Martin Sigma Guitar Model DM2 w/ Case

Antiques & Collectibles • Trains & Accessories • Lladros, Swarovski, Hummels 4 Gal. Stoneware Jug

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Simon & Halbig 153 character child doll, 17 inches, German bisque socket head incised “153 S & H,” known to collectors as “Little Duke.” Blue ribbon winner. Estimate $15,000 to Steiff dolls will cross the auc- $22,000. Morphy Auctions image. tion block at Morphy’s. Blond No. 1 Barbie Doll in box, 1959, near mint. Estimate $6,000 to $8,000. Morphy Auctions image.

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DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 A.M. Preview: Friday, Nov. 18th from noon to 7:00 P.M. ANTIQUES (10 A.M.) - 50+ Figural napkin rings, large selection of Bakelite & early hard plastic jewelry, several items from Angelo’s Barbershop (formerly in Palmer Twsp., Easton, PA) incl. (2) Kokem barber chairs, vintage barbershop & beauty shop porcelain signs, barber bottles & shaving mugs, nice selection of artwork incl. Ranulph Bye, Robert Eicher, E. Brady, Louis Mastro, Paul Chabloz, Dana Seibler & more, hand-sewn quilts, old postcard albums, many pocket watches including Illinois, Ernest Duval, Burlington, American Waltham, Elgin & Aurora, blue decorated stoneware pcs., (4) china dinner sets by Noritake, Johanna Haviland, Franciscan Apple & Desert Rose patterns, Roseville pcs., lg. Meerschaum carved pipe, nice selection of Carnival & cut glass pcs. (from a local lifelong collector), (3) hanging kerosene lamps, Majolica umbrella stand, 24” Limoges fish platter, C.F. Martin Sigma model DM-2 guitar, clocks incl. oak Gingerbread, Steeple, mantel & more, Wallace Nutting books, antique tools incl. wing & broadaxes, adzes, spears, etc. FURNITURE - Mission oak sofa, rocker, DR table & desk, oak incl. bowfront claw foot china, sq. ext. table, library table, high chest, Feudal Oak Co. hall table, kit. cab., 5-legged table, 2-door bookcase & oak Grandfather clock, walnut incl. (2) marble top tables, wall rack, parlor chairs, parlor tables and high chest, marble pedestal, ant. pine dry sink, hutch table, 2 pc. stepback cupboard, (2) blanket chests, Ithaca Grandfather clock, mahog. incl. bowfront claw foot china closet, (2) tabletop Victrolas, 2-door china cab., wicker baby carriage, plus more … 12 NOON - 1973 Chevy Nova - 4 door, 6 cylinder, 27K miles, air cond. in working order, automatic trans, power steering. TRAINS (10 A.M.) - Nice selection of Lionel train sets, asst’d 330 W. Moorestown Road, cars, transformers, etc. Rt. 512 LLADRO, SWAROVSKI, HUMMELS (1 P.M.) - Figurines to Nazareth, PA 18064 be sold in our second auction gallery after the Train Auction. Also (610) 759-7389 / 433-7555 included in this auction are Beatrix Potter figurines & Franklin Mint porcelain figures. Fax: 610-759-3992 See website for detailed catalogs and photos PA Lic. #AY-1950-L

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1973 Chevy Nova

Lg. Meerschaum Carved Pipe

Vintage Painted Tin Advertising Sign One Of Two Kokem Barber Chairs

50+ Figural Napkin Rings

Walnut Victorian Marble Top Table Large Broadaxe

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Antique Hutch Table

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Hummel Apple Tree Boy


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Garth’s Auctions Inc. PO Box 369, Delaware, Ohio 43015 740.362.4771 info@garths.com www.garths.com

D E P E N D A B L E . H O N E S T . R E S U LT S .

Pennsylvania Windsor armchair and Eastern Massachusetts gateleg table.

Frakturs including example by the Nine Hearts Artist. Pair of portraits attributed to Ammi Phillips.

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The Lifetime Collection of Dr. James & Susan Widder of Cincinnati, Ohio ...Plus Additions. LOCATION: Main Gallery 2690 Stratford Road Delaware, OH 43015

Friday, November 25 at 2:00 pm & Saturday, November 26 at 10:00 am Portrait of a woman attributed to Jacob Maentel.

Portrait by William Matthew Prior.

PREVIEW: Sun., November 20 from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM; Mon., November 21 thru Wed., November 23 from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Fri., November 25 from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM; Sat., November 26 from 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM.

TERMS: 17.5 % Buyer’s Premium Absentee Bids Accepted Selection of Native American and related items.

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Band boxes, Sheraton table attributed to Philadelphia, Chippendale chair attributed to Connecticut.

Decorated Box by Jacob Weber.

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Decorated Stepback cupboard attributed to the Shenandoah Valley.

Auctioneers: Richard H. “Jeff” Jeffers, Amelia Jeffers, Andrew Richmond, Steve Bemiller

Decorated trunk, Southern stoneware.

Tall case clock by Samuel Best, Cincinnati, Ohio. Spatterware, miniature portraits, miniature schrank.

Decorated birch bark box.

Fine Selection of portraits Shaker items and good selection of cobalt decorated stoneware.

Early photography.

Razor trade sign.

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KAMELOT AUCTIONS PHILADELPHIA

ANTIQUE FURNITURE, DECORATIVE ARTS & ESTATE JEWELRY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2011 • 10 A.M.

Platinum & 18k Gold With Diamonds

Collection Of Sterling Silver 3 Piece Set

Barker Chairs From Estate Full Of Brand-Name Furnishings

1920’s 2.62 Cts. Diamonds With Sapphires

Francesco Bartolozzi Collection Of 300 Vintage Stickpins Black Opal, Rubies & Diamonds Platinum Over Gold Aquamarine & Diamond Pin

E.J. Victor Dining Set

Mettlach

Will Cotton

Louis Michel Eilshemius Platinum & Gold With 2.41 Cts. Diamonds Tiffany Patel Philippe Geneve

Period Mirror

Salvadore Dali And Saul Schary

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PREVIEW: TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 16 & 17: 10 A.M.-5 P.M.

PUBLIC AUCTION KLECKNERSVILLE RANGERS VOLUNTEER FIRE COMPANY

BATH, NORTHAMPTON CO., PA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2011 AT 9:00 A.M. (Inspect from 8:00 A.M.) 2718 Mountain View Drive,

Furniture: Victorian: bureau, wall hall mirror; Empire chest-of-drawers; Vintage Oak: side-by-side desk, dresser w/mirror, slant front lady’s desk, tall chest of drwrs., full-size bed, washstand, set/4 side chair w/carved lion’s head design; Mission oak slant front desk w/hand-hammered hardware; Depression: mahog. tall chest of drwrs. & bureau, chifferobe & vanity; Stylized: Chipp. Secretary desk, Sheraton mahog. demilune hall table, metal/iron brass bed, full size brass bed, maple gun cabinet, brass/onyx standing lamp, plus more. Clocks: Vict. Gingerbread - walnut case, 1930s tambour mantel - mahog. case, German cuckoo; Reproduction: Cherry tall case-movement made in W. Germany, wall regulator by New England Clock, Sessions banjo, banjo by Plymouth. Also: 1950’s chrome commercial Manley Popcorn Machine, ser. #22140 w/red & ivory plastic panels from Boulevard Drive-In, Allentown, PA; older commercial meat slicer by U.S. Slicing Machine Co. Model #7 - chrome & cast-iron in dark red paint; plaster sculpture water fountain - dolphin motif, 1950’s German table radio - Tannhauser, Depression table short-wave radio, pr./Fender speakers. Accessories: Eng. Leather fireman’s basket, selection of canes & walking sticks, pr./deco fig. bookends, perfume bottle collection; Carnival glass, pink Depression cranberry, cut & pressed pcs., pr./miniature glass oil lamps, occupied Japan figs., white metal figural stairway lamp, Arts & Crafts stained glass table lamp w/deer design - 152676, Ceramic Cookie Jars collection, Hall pottery teapot, pitcher & bowl, pr./ stained glass window panels, collection of Asian, ceramics figs., vases, Geisha dolls, repro. c.-iron banks, composition mask head - Hawaiian lady, WWI Trench Art, Italian pottery jar, Status of the Union solid state bronze collector’s coin set, etc.; Toys/Games: 1950’s era toy box w/ cowboy & Indian motif, die cast metal farm tractor toys, Plastiville in orig. boxes, professional grade dart board set, Chinese checker board, Atari Asteroid Deluxe Electro Arcade game; Textiles: Collection of ladies’ hankies, linens, aprons, blankets, etc. Musical Instruments: Nickel-plated trumpet - New Wonder Model by Conn, Martin brass saxophone labeled Martin Handcraft ser. #96621; Cameras: Canon TX 35mm sn221930, Yashika FR 35mm sn60710390, Nikon FG 35mm sn8431165, Kodak Retina Automatic III, Zeiss Ikon Nettar folding camera, Halina. Country Collectibles: Stoneware chick waterer w/blue dec., gray agate coffeepot, blue dec. stoneware ice water dispenser, mini stoneware jug - I.W. Harper Whiskey, other stoneware crocks & jugs., dec. cheese boxes, vintage Hamilton Beach milkshake mixer, collection of glass marbles, clay - Big Shooter marbles, glass Hoosier canisters, grn. enameled water kettle/coffeepot, stoneware mixing bowls, colored Pyrex mixing bowls, lg. collection of ginger beer & seltzer bottles; Beer/Liquor Advertising: Columbia wood beer crate, Traditional Dutch Liquors, J.Walker wood/composition fig., beer trays, antique fig. boxer ashtray/stand, etc.; Advertising: milk bottles, tins, sign; Extensive Collection of Utensils. Framed Pictures: Watercolors: Landscape sgd. DHY Berry ’64, 3 landscapes sgd Musselman; Paintings: o/c laid-down on board European landscape sgd. J.E. Hennah, o/c landscape scene w/mountains sgd. lower left Walter Houtari ’47, contemporary o/c ferris wheel scene sgd. Camu, street scene sgd. lower left Dennis Ainsley - framed @ Newman Galleries, lg. o/c portrait of a lady - Francesco - Toncelli; Prints: Limited ed. “Ritz” Allentown by Karoline Shaub-Peeler, French street scene sgd. C. Walling, Parrish like nude print - Zoe Mozart, fox hunting “The Earl of Debery’s Stag Hounds,” tall ship after orig. by J.G. Evans, Schomer Aground Andrew Wyeth, Barbary & Greek partridges, other European scenes; black & white engraving sgd. CC Pitcher, numerous hand-colored engravings & etchings, chromolithograph of Dutch Windmill scene, framed & unframed collection of Marilyn Monroe items, etc. Guns & Hunting Equipment: Husqvarna Vapenfabriks A.B. 270 Winchester w/Weaver Leupold scope, ser. #208165, Power Master air rifle, Crosman air rifle; whale harpoon. Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium * 3% Discount w/Payment in Cash or Approved Check * Multiple Auctioneer’s Selling * Plan to Join Us. View websites: www.hahnauction.com or www.rhclintonauction.com or auctionzip for Info

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THE GAP AUCTION 5336 MINE RD.,

KINZERS, PA 17535

717-442-8529 OR 302-438-1217 E-MAIL thegapauction@hotmail.com www.auctionzip.com ID#4741

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FALL ANTIQUES SPECTACULAR, SESSION II WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2011

10 A.M.

FEATURING FINE ASIAN ARTS, PORCELAINS AND JADE. RARE AND FIRST EDITION BOOKS, QUALITY CLOCKS, HAND PAINTED FRENCH, GERMAN AND AUSTRIAN PORCELAINS, 19TH & 20TH CENTURY ARTWORKS AND BRONZES, STONEWARE, AFRICAN WOOD CARVINGS, HUMMELS, ROYAL DOULTONS, GOEBELS, BESWICK FIGURINES, PRIMITIVES, WEAPONS, IVORY, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ANTIQUE AND QUALITY FURNITURE. Army, Salerno And Rome. Leather Cartridge Belts, US Army Belt With Canteen, Bayonet And Shovel. Three Brass Victrola Horns, Old Handmade Folk Art Child-Size Wood Fireplace Mantel. Child’s Early Toy Horse Drawn Cart With 2 Straw Filled Horses On Wheels With A Red And Yellow Painted Cart. RARE MILITARY : Civil War Veteran’s Top Hat With Massachusetts Militia Emblems. STERLING: 3 Pcs. S. Kirk & Sons Sterling Berry Spoons, 2.64 Troy Ozs. 1 Pc. Whiting Sterling Sugar Tongs, 1 Troy Oz. 1 Pc. S. Kirk & Sons Sterling, Repouse Cake Knife. RARE AND FIRST EDITION BOOKS, From The Collection Of Dr. Martin W. Barr, Elwyn, PA And Middletown, De And Other Consignors. POSTCARDS AND GREETING CARDS: A Great Collection Of 1920’s-30’s Postcards, Christmas And Valentine’s Cards. Many Of The Valentine’s Cards Have Moveable Pieces! FINE ART AND BRONZES: Anker Hoffmann (1904-1985) Denmark, Bronze Girl’s Portrait, 1963. Lizzie Thyssen (1925-) Denmark, Artist’s Tile Dated 4-76. Anthony Ciambella, Professor, Pennsylvania Academy Of Fine Art, Incredible Mummy, 6 Ft. 6 Inches Tall, Made Of Mummy Tar, Seashells And Animal Jawbones On A Wood Base. This Mixed Media Artwork Is Approx. 6-8 Years Old And One Of A Kind! You Won’t Believe It!!!!! Tadahiko Nakayama (1935-) A Pair Of Original Watercolors Of A Man And A Woman, Signed, Circa Late 1940’s-Early 50’s. Seitei Watanabe (1851-1918) “Snake Gourd,” Kano Naonobu (1607-1650) Aka Shumei Isshin-Jitekisai. Luigi Tagliani, Jan Kagie Jr. (1907-1991) Currier & Ives 1878 N.C. Wyeth Print, Titled “The Giant,” Dennis T Minch, D.T. Minch Print, Wallace Nutting, W.J. Harris, Ausable Chasm. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Late 19th C. Violin, European, In Wood Case With Bow. Cleveland French Horn In Case. German Kugel Glass Christmas Ornaments. World War I Large Trench Art Lighter With “Verdun 1917” And Dammark 1918” Hand-Engraved On The Shell. Early Stitched Leather Saddlebags, Child’s “Choice” Toy Stove With Accessories. Nine Pieces Of Ornate Cast-Iron Painted Fencing Used For Dollhouses Or Train Setups. SPORTS: Hand Signed New York Yankees Don Mattingly “Hit Man” Bat. Autographed Photographs Of: Whitey Ford, Mickey Mantle, Joe Dimaggio, Muhammad Ali, Ernie Banks, Dan Marino, Chad Henne, Sandy Koufax, Ted Williams, Derek Jeter, Reggie Jackson, Willie Mays, And Joe Montana. Signed Willie Mays Baseball. FINE JEWELRY: 14k Gold Diamond Engagement Ring And Wedding Band Set, Gold And Sterling Jewelry. G Juvet, Geneva, Pocket Watch, Key Wind, Silver, Closed Case With Cylinder Escapement Movement Circa 1870’s PREVIEW TUES., NOV. 8, 2011 12 NOON-4 P.M. AND FROM 9 A.M. UNTIL THE START OF THE AUCTION. PA AUCTION LICENSE AY001987

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FURNITURE AT 12 NOON: Oak Double Glass Door Bookcase With Key Lock And Rolled Feet, Rare Oak 4 Glass Pane 5’8” Tall 78 Record Cabinet, Tiger Oak Lady’s Slant Front Desk. Bird’s-eye Maple Washstand, Bird’s-eye Maple Child’s Chair, Old Covered Cradle, Eastlake Mirrors. 2 Pane Painted Kitchen Cupboard, Large English Dark Oak Blanket Chest With Box Lock And Key And Strap Hinges, Dovetailed Wood Dome Top Trunk With Grain Painting. CLOCKS: Magnificent Ansonia Open Escapement Platform Clock With Shakespeare Seated To The Right Of The Urn Topped Clock. Ingraham Oak Gingerbread Clock. Reproduction Willard Banjo Clock. ***Very Rare 1940’s “BULOVA WATCHES” Red Neon Sign In Working Order!!! ASIAN ARTS: Over 75 Pieces Of Fine Chinese Porcelains, Oriental Jade Jewelry And Carvings, Hand-drawn And Painted Asian Artworks. Table Screens, Famille Rose, Bangles, Soapstone, Brush Pots, Rhino Horn Carvings, Horn Cups, Incense Burners. Exquisite 19th Century Carved Ivory Vegetable (In The Shape Of A Hollowed Out Tomato) With A Minute Fishing Village Carved Within. Masterful Detail And Craftsmanship! Large Blue Oriental Floor Vase With Dragon Handles And Dramatic Hand Painted Bird Designs. WEAPONS: Mid 19th Century Belgian Made 54 Caliber Boot Gun (Pistol), Single Shot Percussion, Nicely Engraved, With A Hand-carved English Walnut Handle (Grip), With Folding Trigger And Screw-off Barrel With Unusual Turnings. A Wonderful Example Of A High Caliber Handgun Of This Period. An Early 20th C. Indonesian Kris Dagger. Double Barrel Shotgun (Wall Hanger). FIREHOUSE ITEMS: Four Brass Fire Nozzles And Connectors, Fire Boxes With Timers. 100 Pieces Of Yale University Press 1925-29 Magic Lantern Slides From The Series “The Pageant Of America”. Gilchrist No. 31 Ice Cream Scoop, Nickel Over Brass. Old, Handmade Folk Art Water Wheel Painted In Reds, Yellow And Black. Early 19th Century Brass Teapot With Hinged Lidded Spout, A Large Size With Dovetailed Base. Early Wood Red Wagon, Old Wicker Baby Stroller, Nice Restored 50’s Pontiac Style Pedal Car. Cast-Iron Black Memorabilia Ashtray With A Black Baby Sitting On A Pot With Its Mouth Open. FINE HAND PAINTED PORCELAINS, STONEWARE, REDWARE, AND POTTERY : Blue Decorated 4 Gallon Crock With Stencil Design. Henry H. Hewell (1866-1939) Winder, Georgia, Signed, Large Redware Storage Jar In An Albany Slip Glaze With Dog Ear Handles. See Mr. Hewell’s Listing In “Brothers In Clay” The Story Of Georgia Folk Pottery By John A. Burrison, 2008. COLLECTION OF PORCELAIN FIGURINES: Royal Doulton “Pretty Lady” Figurines Incl. 1. Midnight Premier, Special Wishes, Especially For You And Gift Of Love. Royal Doulton HN2588 Terrier Puppies In A Basket, HN2587 Terrier Pup In A Basket. Beswick, Alice Series, White Rabbit. Beswick, Three Beatrix Potter Rabbits And One Royal Doulton, 1972, Buntie Bunnykins. Beswick, Beatrix Potter, Foxy Whiskered Gentleman. AFRICAN MASKS: Eleven Pieces Of Masks From Kenya And Other Countries, Fertility And Ceremonial Masks. Many With Shells, Metalwork And Braided Textiles. STREET SIGNS FROM COATESVILLE, PA: World War II Books On The 5th

AUCTIONEER AMOS STOLTZFUS LIC. AU005077

Rare Civil War Battle Shirt 24th Louisana Crescent Regiment with provenance 1870 Ives Clockwork Rowboat

1912 autographed presentation photo from Houdini

ALS from Confederate General Wade Hampton

Rare Tippco Nazi plane with Mickey Mouse on nosecone

MOSBY & CO.

Circus and SideShow posters

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Silent movie posters

NOVEMBER 11 & 12TH, 2011 SALE

The sale takes place Friday at 5:00

PM & Saturday at 10:00 AM in our gallery

5714-A Industry Lane, FREDERICK,

One of several country store 1918 Floor Model Phono Lamp showcases in this sale by Electric Phonograph Co.

MD 21704

Our Cataloged Auction begins Friday, Nov. 11 and will feature a private Civil War collection with a very few select additions and along with military items from the late 18th Century and Indian Wars periods to be included. The Collection contains both Confederate and Union Uniforms, hats, shoes, boots, etc. Weapons: Bowie and Push Knives, a Richmond Musket, a Waters Fayetteville conversion and bayonets, a very rare Spiller & Burr brass pistol frame and more guns. Belt buckles, Corps Badges. Swords including several Confederate, some wonderful U.S. blades with Eagle Pommels. Confederate and Union canteens, several belts, cartridge boxes, wood frame knapsack. Artillery items including original cannon mold, Artillery water bucket, artillery grease bucket, soldier images, autographed Civil War documents, papers and much more! Saturday’s session will have a fine Advertising and Country Store collection from Texas. Several 19th and early 20th Century showcases, a great counter-top C-1900, displays, tins and signs. Antique Toys, Circus and Sideshow and lots of great surprises. Selected Items are being accepted for all future sales.

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An example of over 40 swords in the sale

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Holstein Breed Memorabilia Featured At 2011 All-Dairy Antiques And Collectibles Antique and collectible ing, awards and artwork were Collectibles Show during the Holstein breed ceramics, the highlight of the 14th All- All-American Dairy Show, in signs, milk bottles, advertis- Dairy Antiques and September, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show

developed a reputation for showing a variety of highquality, rare and unusual items. As the only known

Gary Gojsovich, Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, had one of the largest among the many fine displays of milk bottles at the show.

Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The All-Dairy Antiques Twelve of the 21 Pennsylvania dairies known to advertise their PA Farm Show Milk Quality awards on their milk bottles were and Collectibles Show has represented in these quart and pint bottle sets exhibited by Charles Itle, Newville, Pennsylvania.

dairy antiques show of its kind in the United States, it is a valuable educational event and a major market for buy-

ing and selling quality dairy antiques and collectibles. It also serves as an educational tool for youth participating in the AllAmerican Dairy Show and the Premier National Junior Events. Thirty-three exhibitors support- There were dozens and dozens of Borden’s ed the show’s edu- products, as evidenced by this beautiful cational and his- display by John Piazzese, Jr., Shirley, New torical goals, rep- York. resenting ten Pennsylvania and Virginia. States including Connecticut, Contributing Holstein Delaware, Maryland, breed items to the show were: Massachusetts, Michigan, Gene and Carol New Jersey, New York, Ohio, (Continued on page 27)

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ANTIQUE & MODERN Colt US Navy Mod. 911 SOLD $4,300

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Beretta 687EELL Trap Combo Shotgun SOLD $2,600

www.CordierAntiques.com German Nazi 1941 Mauser Luger SOLD $3,000

Winchester Mod. 94 Commemorative, Dauphin County, PA SOLD $2,800

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Antiques & Collectibles SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH

WWII Mark V Mod. 1 Diver’s Helmet

AT 11:00 A.M.

Preview: Friday, November 11th From 10 A.M. To 7 P.M.

AUDUBON, NEW JERSEY 375 Lot Sale

Large Fine Victorian Bisque Dolls

A partial list includes: Mark V diver’s helmet, rare Wallace Nutting no. 422 Windsor, large German bisque dolls, antique rifle firearms, Samurai swords, Hummels and Beatrix Potter figurines, Sterling flatware and Coffee service, rare American silver coins and silver coins sold in large lots, American Flyer and Lionel trains, Victorian carved furniture, Ridgeway Grandfather clock, bronze statues, signed oil paintings by listed artists, German WWll dagger and other German military items, antique weapons, antique jewelry incl. 14k gold and sterling, antique clocks, Beatles collectibles, over 60 Madame Alexander dolls MIB, antique Oriental pottery and enamels, vintage musical instruments, Oriental screens, Royal Dux centerpiece and other porcelains and art glass, Collection of Oriental carved ivory, Roseville pottery, advertising trays, Britains metal soldiers and other toys, Oyster plates, vintage stereo equipment, and much more.

Complete illustrated catalog online. Check Web site often for updates.

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Many Signed Japanese Netsuke And Other Carved Ivory And Soapstone Pieces

Beautiful Wallace Nutting Comb Back Windsor Chair

Samurai Swords And Other Antique And Vintage Bladed Weapons

Royal Dux, Mettlach, Roseville And Other Fine Porcelain And Pottery

Tiffany And Other Fine Sterling Silver

U.S. Proof Coins And Foreign Silver Coins

Large Selection Of Vintage Lionel And American Flyer Trains And Accessories

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Civil War Era Shotgun And and Extremely Rare 1699 Early Rifles 1724 Books On Pirates

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Makkum figurines from the Netherlands were proudly displayed by Duane Norman, Fulton, Maryland.

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ANTIQUE AUCTION

Change of Date for Nov. only

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2011 AT 9 A.M. At: 3013 E. Market St., YORK, PA Springettsbury Fire Co. Social Hall On:

GUN & HUNTING EQUIPMENT AUCTION

Cowden & Wilcox decorated jug, Seth Thomas clock, Pottery vases, Tinware, Coffee grinder, Crocks & Jugs, Phoenix Glass dancing nudes Vase, Sled, Old Toys & Games, Pictures & Prints, Wallace Nutting prints, Clarinet, Autoharp, 2 old Violins, 2 Creations Co. Red Riding Hood doorstops, Ukulele, Indian Rug, several Quilts, Jewelry, Dolls, Lg. open Hutch, Marble top stands, Butcher’s kettle, Hull vases, Blue Willow dishes, German helmet, Blanket chests, Doctor’s scales, Deacon’s Bench, Antique mirrors, Umbrella stand, Schoolmaster’s desk, Dry sink, Antique stands, Drop leaf tables, Dough tray, Butter churns, Glass door china cabinet, 2 pc. Corner cupboard, Kitchen table, Dresser, old Photograph of New Oxford, Postcards, Fashion prints, Old Photo albums, 1800’s Deeds, Land Indentures & Receipts from York & Adams Co., US Official Pictures of the World War, Vintage football picture, Shotgun chart, 1844 Gettysburg Commissioner’s office tax collector book, 1862 Civil War Mustering office document, vintage Vogue magazines, Ladies’ Home Journals, Candle Molds, numerous pcs. of Tinware, Lanterns, Straight razors, Ice shavers & chippers, Slaw cutters, Hand mixers, Kitchen primitives, Numerous antique Stanley planes, Wooden block & moulding planes, Door router, Augers, 5 wooden tool chests, Tobacco tins, Ice cream scoops, Stanley 150th Anniv. Tool set, Lg. railroad level, Edward Helb, York, PA railroad level, Broadaxes & other axes, Butcher’s forks & ladles, antique tools, & much more (see website for pictures). All auction announcements supersede all printed material. 10% Buyer’s Premium. Preview Showing: Friday, Nov. 11 from 6:30 to 8 P.M. Terms: Cash or Personal Check with auctioneer’s approval. No out-of-town or out-of-state checks unless accompanied by a current letter of guaranteed payment from your bank. No Credit Cards. Please come prepared. GILBERT & GILBERT AUCTIONEERS, INC. Lic.# 2086

Great Selection To Include Approx. 150 Guns. If You Want To Sell, Please Call. Guns Will Be Entered As Calls Are Received. Booking Complete Collections For 2012. Highlights To Include Remington 770 300 Win. Mag. New, Win. 1300 12 Ga. Turkey Federation, Remington Spartan 12 Ga. Over 223 Cal. New, Savage 17 HMR New, Colt Shotgun Double Barrel w/ 2 Sets Barrels, Savage III 270, Winchester 70 270 Bolt, Remington 7600 30.06, Marlin 336 35 Cal. & Much More Coming.

PA AUCTION CENTER 3164 White Oak Road, Quarryville, PA 17566 TERMS By: PA AUCTION CENTER - Food On Premises. VISA & MasterCard. 3% Buyer’s Premium Is Waived With Cash Or Approved Check. All Announcements On Sale Day Take Precedence Over ALL Advertising. Not Responsible For Accidents. AH-001857

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Selling at absolute auction for Dr. Felix DeMoise of York, PA, Carroll Redding of Westminster MD, Laura Gilbert, & others.

SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 2011 • 9 A.M. • GUNS AT 12 NOON

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Premiere Pose (Fair Model) 1937, Print Etching (Hand Colored) by Louis Icart (1888-1950), Signed, 19"x11"

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AUCTION: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH, 2011 AUCTION BEGINS 10AM • DOORS OPEN 9AM

LOCATION: 330 REHOBOTH AVENUE, REHOBOTH, DE 18K Roberto Coin Jewelry & Tiffany Watch

English Georgian Mahogany Sideboard, ca.1810-1830

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Hereke, Turkey 5.6x3.6 Signed Ozipek

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Collection of Jewelry

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Pair of Antique Meissen Lamps

Antique Carved Jade

1932 South African Silver 2 1/2 Schilling

COUNTRY ANTIQUES AND TOOLS TUES., NOV. 15, 2011

Collection of Sterling Silver

2 SETS OF STERLING SILVER, CLOCKS, COVERLETS, QUILTS, CROCKS AND JUGS, PICTURES, OAK KNOCKDOWN WARDROBE, OAK AND OTHER FURNITURE, GLASSWARE, TOOLS AND MORE!!!

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TUESDAY, NOV. 29 AT 4:00 P.M.! S720369

FROZEN FOOD, GROCERY, AND DRY GOODS SALE!!!

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Sunday, November 13th, 2011

11:00 A.M.

DOORS OPEN AT 9:00 A.M. LOCATION: 2228 Gettysburg Road, Lower Allen Plaza,

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Phone 717-737-0000 TERMS: Cash, Visa/MasterCard, Checks. 12% BUYER’S PREMIUM (Discounted To 10% w/Check Or Cash). AUCTIONEER: Michael Costea AU-1759-L Telephone (717) 737-0000 S721470

Collection of Swords & Knives

Collection of Rifles & Shotguns

Collection of Jewelry: (Partial Listing) 18KWG Sapphire, Emerald & Diamond Ring 54Br=.78cts., 4Sapph/Em=2.44cts.; 14KYG Cab Ruby, Pearl, Lapis & Quartz Bracelet; 18KYG Diamond Bangle Bracelet 4Br=.16cts., 29.84gm by Penny Preville; 14KYG Natural Pink Pearl Necklace 8.5x9mm; 14KWG Diamond Chandelier Earrings 1ct.; 18KWG Ruby & Diamond Deco Style Bracelet 48R=7.10cts, 192D=.74cts; 18KYG Ruby & Diamond Ring, Oval Ruby=6cts, 2Br=.90cts; 18KWG Golden Sapphire & Diamond Ring, Emerald Cut Sapph=5.14, 2 Trillion Cut Dia=.53; 18KWG Sapphire & Diamond Twin Stone Ring 2 Sapph=3.05, Dia=.55cts; 18KWG Sapphire & Diamond Bracelet 294Br=1.37cts., 26 Sapph=3.18cts; Br=3.02cts., I/SI1, EGL Certified; 18KYG Roberto Coin Necklace, 77.59gm, 49.91dwt; 18KYG Roberto Coin Earrings, 13.51dwt; 14KYG Diamond Tiffany Watch 36 Dia= .75cts, G/VS1; 14KYG Charm Bracelet w/ 8 Charms 1846B Coin; (2)1925 US Peace Dollar; (2)1922 US Peace Silver Dollar; California 1/2c Token; 1951 & 1959 Franklin Half Dollar; 1942 Walking Liberty Half Dollar; (56) 1964 Silver Kennedy Half Dollar

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Game Table & Silverplate Tea Set

Collection of Coins: (Partial Listing) 1887 Morgan Silver Dollar; 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar; Hungary 20k Silver

COUNTRY ANTIQUES AND TOOL AUCTION!!!

THURSDAY, NOV. 24 AT 8:30 A.M.!

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The French Village by Jessie Mackay 16"x13"

Waterford Crystal Lamp S721036

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Collection of Lionel Trains & Accessories

Victorian Oak Curio Cabinet ca. 1880

Stained Glass Panel

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Collection of Revolvers & Automatic Pistols

Furniture & Art: (Partial Listing) English Georgian Mahogany Inlaid Circular Extending Dining Table w/ 5 Leaves; 8 English Georgian Mahogany Side Chairs & 1 Armchair; Drop Front Secretary/Bookcase; Antique Baltimore Settee, ca. 1790-1820; Burle Maple Queen Anne Dresser/Desk; 18th Century French Wingback Armchair; Cherry Keyhole Desk, ca.1910; Still Life, Oil on Canvas by Pauline Jones King; Point Lobos by Bethanne Kinsella Cople, 13.5"x15.5"; Mispillion Inlet by Julie Baxendell; Abstract by Lawrence Rothbort (1920-1963), 26"x19", Oil on Board; Fast Asleep by Itzchak Tarkay, Litho 16"x21"; "Sacred Ground" by Bev Doolittle Collection of Rifles, Shotguns, Revolvers & Automatic Pistols: (Partial Listing) Ruger 20 Gauge Red Label, Over/Under, USA, Very Good/Mint Condition #400-03715; Beretta 12 Gauge, Side/Side, Italy, 3" Mag. Shells, Fancy Scrollwork, Mint Condition; Colt .44 Special, Single Action Army, Original Box, CT, Cowboy Pistol, Blue Steel, Mint Condition #40045SA; Colt Officer's .38 Special, 6 Shot, CT, Ivory Handle, Blue Steel, Mint Condition; Smith & Wesson .44 Mag, Blue Steel. Springfield Mass., Mint Condition; Browning .375 H&H Mag., Bolt, Belgium, Mint Condition, Original Box, #62385L71; Mauser Luger, .30/9mm, Germany, Iterarms of Alexandria Virginia, New/Mint Condition #11005634; Weatherby Mark V .270 Mag, Bolt, Germany, Mint Condition, #P57438; Winchester Model 70, .375 H&H Mag., Bolt, USA, Mint Condition, #788653 Collectibles: (Partial Listing) Davy Jones Signed Acoustic Guitar, The Monkees; Framed Guitar, Signed by Pete Best from The Beatles; Farewell to the Open Final Swilcan Bridge Salute, Jack Nicklaus, July 15, 2005 & Signed Autograph from 1970; Large Collection of Hunting Knives, Gutting Knives, Military Knives & Swords; Signed Document from Richard Nixon, April 13, 1983, Hand Written Letter to Louise Ansberry; Autograph of Charles Chaplin, 1932; Bronze Sculpture "Lovers I" Limited Edition by W. Aribu, 34"wx31"dx50"h; Large Collection of Hummel Figurines Sterling Silver: (Partial Listing) Black Star & Gorham Sterling Plate, 20oz.; 6 Sterling Gorham Monogrammed Plates & 1 J.E. Caldwell Sterling Plate, 23oz.; 8 Sterling Silver Soup Spoons, 14oz.; Six Sterling Forks by J.E. Caldwell, 10oz.; Schofield Sterling Silver Sugar & Creamer on Paw Feet, 13oz.; International Sterling Bowl, 17oz. Automobile: 2004 Mercedes ML 350 Inspiration Edition, Fully Loaded, 70,732 miles Terms: 12% buyer's premium with cash or check; 15% buyer's premium with all major credit cards. Prompt removal required day of sale.

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BUYING & SELLING Beautiful Vintage Clothing 1800’s-1950’s Men’s, women’s & children’s, hats, shoes, purses, jewelry, old frames & paintings, call Suzie at 610-913-7415 or Renningers Adamstown, door 65 on Sundays.

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CARNIVAL, CIRCUS, FREAKS, Sideshow, Fairs, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, Nude Photos, Fireworks, Pinups, Strippers, Burlesque, Auto Thrillshow. Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418. COMIC BOOK COLLECTIONS. Contact me for FREE Appraisals if you wish to sell your comics or just determine their current value. I’ll provide you honest recommendations based on three decades experience and will assure you receive the fairest and highest prices whether it’s 1 book or a 1,000. Call Ed 215-351-5392 or email ekriwonos@yahoo.com DUCK DECOYS WANTED Describe & price. Give name of Carver, if none give Company name. Allen Greenwald, 106-15 Queens Blvd, Forest Hills, NY11375 I BUY ANTIQUE & Vintage Sewing Button collections. Also Military and Uniform buttons, top prices paid, call 717-344-4506

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I BUY RUSSIAN & Polish Samovars. May also buy other Russian antiques (silver, brass, porcelain, paintings, etc). Please send photos & asking price: Attn. Igor, 14814 Palmerston Sq., Centreville, VA 20120, antiquesamovars@gmail.com 301-919-2798. KEYSTONE TELEPHONE COMPANY of Philadelphia Wanted. Telephones and related items, signs, telephone books. Call Andy, 732-986-2637 or we10atc@aol.com

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2011 ALL-DAIRY (Continued from page 24)

Schurman of Clymer, Indiana County, exhibited a collection of Holstein items including artwork, books and brochures; Larry Specht of Boalsburg, Pennsylvania, Centre County, exhibited a 1923 Holstein model cow and bull plus other Holstein breed pictures and memorabilia. Darwin Braund of State College, Centre County, displayed a 1922 framed True Dunn, New Ringgold, Pennsylvania, is a picture of conType model Holstein bull; and Robert centration as he “stables” his cows during the show set-up. Jeffrey Reasner of Newburg, of Litchfield, Michigan, exhibited a varied and extensive collection of dairy industry artifacts. As in previous years, exhibitors displayed extensive milk bottle collections, including: Jean Gilmore, also known as “The Milk Maid,” of Ligonier, Westmoreland County; Earl Bennett of Holbrook, Massachusetts; Larry Ibach of Lancaster, Lancaster County; David Kuntz of Lancaster, Lancaster County; Ray Crilley of East Springfield, Erie County; Jim and Martha Roberts, Scio, New York, included this unique John and Maxine Tutton of display of five milk testing centrifuges in “Martha’s Milkhouse,” Front Royal, Virginia; Judy one of the most popular exhibits at the show.

Cumberland County, exhibited a True Type model Holstein cow and bull, plus a 1922 framed history of the development of True Type model Holstein cow. Other interesting displays included: Martha’s Milk House, owned and operated by Jim and Martha Roberts of Scio, New York, offered their educational portable 1900’s milk house containing all the equipment associated with such a dairy facility. The exhibit also included many other interesting and unusual turn-of-the-century dairy pieces. Robert Dunn of New Ringgold, Schuylkill County, exhibited a variety of dairy utensils, milking equipment, milk bottles, cream separators and butter churns; H. Duane Norman of Fulton, Maryland, brought a few ceramic dairy figurines from his collection which is thought to be unmatched in the country; John A. Piazzese of Shipley, New York, put together a grand display which featured Borden’s Elsie the Cow items from his personal collection; Charles Itle of Newville, Cumberland County, exhibited milk bottles from twelve (12) of the twenty-one (21)

Mary Jane Metzger, Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, put up a huge display of Holstein cow collectibles.

Pennsylvania dairies known to have advertised Pennsylvania Farm Show Milk Quality awards on their milk bottles; and David Evans

Meck of Mechanicsburg, Cumberland County; Claude Wambold of Perkiomenville, Montgomery County; Bob Lanpher of N. Attleboro,

“The Year of the Holstein” was the theme of this outstanding exhibit prepared by Gene and Carol Schurman, Clymer, Pennsylvania.

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Phoenixville, C h e s t e r County, who stated that he and his wife had a great time and plan to return for next year’s Show. The 2012 All-Dairy Antiques and Collectibles A close-up of the outstanding centrifuge dis- Show will be play by Jim and Martha Roberts, Scio, New held September York.

14 to 19 and is expected to feature the Ayrshire breed. For more information about the show, contact Gary Gojsovich at (717) 635-5067 or via e-mail at ggojsovich@pa.gov. Just visit www.allameri can.state.pa.us for more details. Below: An impressive display of table top churns was a feature in the large exhibit by Bob and Andrea Dunn, New Ringgold, Pennsylvania.

Massachusetts; Carl Onufer of Murrysville, Westmoreland County; Duane Rader of Mansfield, Ohio; Ralph Riovo, also known as “The Purple Cow,” of Macungie, Lehigh County; Harry Metzger of Dillsburg, Cumberland County; and Margin and Ellie Stout of Tunkhannock, Wyoming County. This year’s show also welcomed one new exhibitor in Clyde Scheib of

THIRD ANNUAL ALL-AMERICAN AUCTION The All-Dairy Antiques Auction was the culmination of activities at the 2011 All-American Dairy Show’s 14th Annual All-Dairy Antiques and Collectibles Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The third annual auction raised more than $2,000 to support the national dairy show. This year’s sale featured the Holstein breed, with a model True Type Holstein Fresian Cow and matching model True Type Holstein Fresian Bull bringing $310 and $320, respectively. The high-selling item was a Delaval Cream Separator Ring, which brought $400. Others in the 19-item sale included a butter cutter, a Purina dairy scale, a 1924 Delaval Calendar, a glass one-quart butter churn, a Surge milk machine and a milk tester. More than a dozen antiques exhibitors displayed a plethora of dairy-related items, including vintage signs, magazines and paintings. But commanding attention most often were the many collections of milk bottles. Spanning decades and sizes, milk bottles represent a period in the dairy industry when production and distribution was less centralized. The different designs and illustrations of the bottles keep collectors searching for unique bottles to add to their collections. “I own more than 100 unique bottles from dairies near my hometown,” said Jack Haley, a collector from Seaford, Delaware. “Dairies used many different styles of bottles and lettering, so there are a lot to look for.” From half-pints to gallons, square-sided or round, clear or amber, tin lids or paper caps, milk bottles identified the unique brand of each dairy’s milk. Even rarer were 1/3 pint and 2/3 pint bottles. Some collectors look for bottles from a specific dairy. Haley is working to collect a bottle of each design from each state of the United States. He has several complete collections, but admits that he'll never achieve his goal. “That's okay,” Haley said. “Half the fun is in the hunt.” One of the most gratifying aspects of this hobby is when he can give bottles to descendants of their original owners. “That connection is important,” he said, recounting the gratitude of the granddaughter of a local druggist who received one of his bottles. “It provides a great link to real people from a different time.” Charles Itle's collection of Pennsylvania Farm Show gold medal milk bottles offers a unique glimpse to when the Farm Show included a milk quality contest from the early thirties to the midsixties. Participating dairies shipped fresh, refrigerated milk to the Farm Show for evaluation of flavor, bacterial plate count and butterfat content. First place, gold medal dairies could print the Farm Show Gold Medal graphic on their bottles for the next year. Itle estimates that 21 dairies received the award. He has bottles from 20 of those dairies and a paper bottlecap from the 21st. One unique display was the milk bottle return machine displayed by Jim and Martha Roberts. Shaped like a giant milk bottle, this short-lived effort by dairies enticed customers to return deposit bottles sooner. “People soon learned they could return bottles from other dairies, and still get their reward - a stick of chewing gum,” Jim Roberts said. “That just proves that no matter what the age, people have always found ways to get around the system.” The 48th All-American Dairy Show, the world’s largest dairy show, runs September 17 through 22 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg. This year’s show features 23 shows in six days, the nation’s only all-dairy antiques show, more than 2,400 animals and 935 exhibitors from 24 states and Canada. For more information, visit www.allamerican.state.pa.us or call (717) 787-2905.

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