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A Rich And Varied Culture: The Material World Of The Early South groundbreaking exhibition examining the material culture of the early South from the 17th century through 1840, the first of its kind to include a wide variety of media, will open at the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, one of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, on Friday, Feb. 14. “A Rich and Varied Culture: The Material World of the Early South,” will feature a dozen categories of media and represent four geographic regions of the South. More than 400 objects will be drawn from the Colonial Williamsburg collections, those of 10 other institutions and 14 private collections. Many of the items in the exhibition will be on public view for the first time in a museum setting. Like the culture they represent, the objects are diverse, chronologically telling the story of the region’s population as it expanded westward and southward toward the frontier. “The early American South has long been depicted as a society that produced almost none of the objects used by its substantial populace. However, the opposite is true. Southern artists and artisans generated a vast body of material in virtually every
Black walnut armchair, coastal South Carolina, 1690-1715. Colonial Williamsburg Museum Purchase, 1953-585.
Flask, attributed to Rudolph Christ, Salem (now WinstonSalem), N.C., 1780-1800. Leadglazed earthenware, a Colonial Williamsburg Museum Purchase, 2005.900.2.
Desk and bookcase, attributed to Johannes Krause, Salem (now Winston-Salem), N.C., 1774-1796. Made of Black walnut, tulip poplar, cherry, yellow pine, and cypress. Colonial Williamsburg Museum Purchase, 2004-.3
majority of the objects and medium. The abundance paintings in the exhibition and diverse cultural resocome from the various colnance of these goods will lections of the Colonial be powerfully conveyed Williamsburg Foundation, by the objects assembled several sister institutions for this exhibition,” said are also lending to this Ronald L. Hurst, the important undertaking. Colonial Williamsburg Chief among them is The Foundation’s vice presiMuseum of Early Southern dent for collections, conDecorative Arts (MESDA) servation, and museums at Old Salem Museums and and its Carlisle H. Gardens in WinstonHumelsine Chief Curator. Salem, N.C., with which Featured in “A Rich the Art Museums recently and Varied Culture” will announced a five-year partbe furniture, paintings, prints, metals (silver and Oil on canvas of The Reverend nership; it is the largest pewter), ceramics, William Hume, Ralph E. W. Earl, lender with 39 objects. mechanical arts and arms, Nashville, Tenn., ca. 1820, from the Other lenders include Drayton Hall, a Historic architectural elements, Tennessee State Museum. Site of the National Trust archaeological objects, rare books, maps, costumes and accessories, for Historic Preservation in Charleston, S,C,; and musical instruments. These objects are The Charleston Museum; Washington and each receiving detailed, exhaustive research Lee University in Lexington, Va.; The that sometimes challenges previous find- Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library in ings. In one example, a remarkable paint- Winterthur, Del.; Historic Charleston ing of Frances Parke Custis, on loan Foundation; Tennessee State Museum; the from Washington and Lee University, University of Tennessee’s Department of has recently been identified as the work Anthropology and McClung Museum of of the Brodnax Limner, a little-known Natural History and Culture; Marble Springs artist who worked in Virginia during State Historic Site in Knoxville, Tenn.; and the 1720s. Similarly, an elab- The President’s House Collection at The orately decorated 1770s College of William & Mary in Williamsburg. “dresser” or hutch was long Fourteen private collectors are also generthought to be a Pennsylvania ously lending to the exhibition. As visitors walk through the exhibition product, but has proven galleries, they will be instead to be transported to the the work of a Chesapeake region of Quaker cabicoastal Maryland, netmaker Virginia and northeastern working in North Carolina. Next they Chatham will encounter the County, N.C. Carolina Low Country, While the reaching from southeastern North Carolina through coastal South Carolina and Georgia. Viewers then will confront works from the Backcountry South, including the western reaches of Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina, as well as West Virginia, the Georgia Piedmont and the states of Kentucky and Silver Belt Plate, possibly Thomas Tennessee. A final section Coram, Charleston, S.C., ca. 1780. of the exhibition features Colonial Williamsburg Museum works from the vital setPurchase, 2005-251. tlements along the Gulf Coast. In addition to objects and paintings made in these regions, the exhibition will include a selection of materials imported to the South
Tall Case Clock (movement by Thomas Harrison of Liverpool, England, ca. 1775), cabinetmaker unknown, from Fredericksburg, Va., 1805-1815. Made of mahogany, yellow pine, satinwood, and maple, from Colonial Williamsburg, bequest of Frederica McKenney Rapley, 1987-547.
Lead glass decanter, England, ca. 1790, from Colonial Williamsburg, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Hilton, 2010-101.
Bound Atlas from London, England, circa 1698. Made of paper, leather, and ink, from the John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library in Colonial Williamsburg.
Tureen and Stand, China, 1765-1775. Crafted of hard-paste porcelain, from Colonial Williamsburg, Gift of Mrs. William S. Clough, 2001-848.
from New England, the Middle Atlantic colonies, Great Britain, Germany, and China. “While many of the objects produced in the Chesapeake and the Carolina Low Country display a heavy reliance on British taste, the adventurous and entrepreneurial character of the ethnically diverse populations that migrated into the Backcountry is immediately apparent as one enters that section of the exhibition. These artisans produced highly sophisticated objects that exploited the availability of local materials, often profusely decorating them with motifs that reflect a wide array of cultural backgrounds,” observed Margaret Beck Pritchard, Colonial Williamsburg’s senior curator and curator of prints, maps and wallpapers. “A Rich and Varied Culture” is curated by Mr. Hurst and Ms. Pritchard. Robert A. Leath, vice president of collections and research and chief curator at Old Salem Museums and Gardens, is consulting curator. The exhibition was entirely funded by Williamsburg residents Carolyn and Michael McNamara. All images, unless otherwise stated, are courtesy of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg. For more information on the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, visit www.history.org.
Silver teapot, Asa Blanchard, Lexington, Ky., ca. 1820. Colonial Williamsburg Museum Purchase, 2013-26
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Pennsylvania Auctioneers Association Holds Successful 66th Annual Conference & Show Nearly 300 auctioneers, apprentices, auction students, support personnel, vendors, presenters, and guests attended and participated in the 66th annual conference and trade show of the Pennsylvania Auctioneers Association, Jan. 8 to 10, at the Sheraton HarrisburgHershey. Matthew S. Hurley, CAI, AARE, of Greencastle, Franklin County, 2013 PAA president, described the three-day event as a huge success, and individuals who attended the event left with valuable ideas and new information to guide them in their businesses. With the help of the new PAA administrator, Kimberly K. Hemingway, GG, the association implemented a new online
registration process, which worked with ease from preevent registration through the organization of attendance throughout the event. Mark L. Ferry of Latrobe, Westmoreland County, 2014 PAA conference chair, noted that this 66th annual conference was dedicated to those who had the vision and insight to make the auction industry truly professional through education and networking. Appealing to a wide variety of auctioneers, the events and seminars of the conference included fellowship, food, fun, networking, and presentations by the PA Game Commission and the ATF regarding the sale of firearms at auction, as well as seminars regarding such subjects as technology, auction law, real estate, the American art market, postcards, medals, fishing and hunting collectibles, appraisals, Native American art, and glass cutting. Conference participants had a choice of 17 educational seminars during the course of the event. A total of 14.5 accredited continuing education units were available to auctioneers to maintain advanced auctioneer certifications or auctioneer licenses held in other states requiring education. The PAA had a special guest this year with a visit The Auctioneer of the Year from Pennsylvania’s award went to Kevin Smith. Governor Tom Corbett. On
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ability, overall presentation, speech, appearance, and salesmanship. The judging panel implemented brand new judging software, which was created especially for the PAA by Montgomery County specialist Alan Impink. The software, “SOLD,” tallied the judge’s scores with accuracy and speed. A majority of the proceeds from the contest and benefit auction went to the Farm Show Scholarship Fund to support students entering the agricultural field. Michael S. Miller and members of the Central Chapter of the Pennsylvania Auctioneers Association spent an entire year planning and carrying out a most exciting auction contest. The MC for the evening was Central Chapter member and 2012 Auctioneer Champion Jonathan S. Hummer. An annual Fun Auction organized by Kim Williams and members of the PAA Northeast Chapter was held on Thursday evening, Jan. 9th, where auctioneers and guests bid on classified advertising, trips, services, antiques, and other items. This event helps offset the overall cost of the conference, which, in turn, provides quality education for all licensed auctioneers in the Commonwealth. Since the
auction industry is a consumer-driven industry, PAA members always strive to improve their services to the public. The recipient of the prestigious award of 2014 Auctioneer of the Year was awarded to Kevin D. Smith of Allentown, Lehigh County. The nominations for this award are chosen by auctioneers in his/her area and the winner is selected by his/her state-wide peers. Kevin D. Smith has shown excellent leadership, high ethical standards, willingness to share with others, participation in community affairs, and outstanding contributions to the PAA and the auction profession in 2013. Likewise, two auctioneers were inducted into the Pennsylvania Auctioneers Association Hall of Fame. This award is given to individuals based on integrity, honesty, high moral character, acute fairness, and distinction, and is bestowed on auctioneers each year, who over the course of his or her profession, has committed him or herself to fostering excellence in the auction industry. The award winners were Olen R. Knecht of Orangeville, Columbia County, and Ralph J. Lesh Jr., CAI, of Newport, Perry County.
Eighteen auctioneers and auction companies garnered awards in the traditional firstplace categories in the PAA Advertising/Marketing Contest, including Hurley Auctions; Stanley & Son, Inc.; Barry S. Slosberg; Hostetter Auctioneers; Fortna Auctioneers; Sanford Alderfer Auction Co.; Martin Auctioneers, Inc.; and Cordier Auctions & Appraisals. Judged and chosen by all auctioneers in attendance was “Auctioneer’s Choice.” The winner of this award was Martin Auctioneers, Inc. of New Holland, Lancaster County. “Best of Show,” strictly a judges’ award, was bestowed on Cordier Auctions & Appraisals of Harrisburg, Dauphin County. Officers for the Pennsylvania Auctioneers Association for 2014 include: Mark L. Ferry, president, Latrobe, Westmoreland County; Patrick K. Morgan, of New Holland, Lancaster County; Bill Anderson Jr. of Harrison City, Westmoreland County; and Robert A. Ensminger, Harrisburg, Dauphin County. Matthew S. Hurley will serve one more year on the PAA board of directors as immediate past president.
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Winners at the Pennsylvania Farm Show included (from left to right) runner-up Daniel Reeder, Pennsylvania Auctioneer Champion Patrick Morgan, and Rookie Auctioneer Champion Olen R. Knecht (left) and Ralph J. Lesh Jr. were inducted into the Pennsylvania Auctioneers Association Hall of Fame. Jacob Yoder.
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Located in the Historic Cornwall/Quentin area (Across from the Quentin Tavern) DURING THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY A donation of all sales will be donated to the local Humane Society.
Affordable Prices â€˘ 19 Dealers â€˘ Great Selection Furniture, China, Glass, Majolica, Silver, Shabby Chic, Primitives, Decorative Items, Clocks, Artwork, Linens, Collectibles & Jewelry S760633
80 W. Main St. OďŹ€ Rt. 72 onto Rt. 419 (Main St.) GPS users should enter â€œLebanon, PA 17042â€?
Mon. & Thurs. 717-454-0522 www.quentinantiqueshoppe.com 10am-5pm Fri. 10am-8pm Sat. 10am-6pm Sun. 11am-5pm Closed Tues. & Wed.
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Two-Floor Multi-Dealer Mall Featuring A Variety Of Antiques And Collectibles With Reasonable Prices
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK â€˘ 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
Thurs.-Mon. 10 A.M.-5:30 P.M.; Closed Tues. & Wed.
Located in Lancaster County on Rt. 896 between Rt. 30 & The Village Of
VALENTINEâ€™S OPEN HOUSE
STRASBURG, PA 17579 www.thecountryloft.net
Join us this weekend for great specials and refreshments
VINTAGE MUSIC AND ANTIQUES Hours - Open Daily 11:30am-5pm; Closed Wednesday
Phonographs, 78, 45, 33 rpm Records, Music Instruments, Radios, Sheet Music, Antique Furniture, Ephemera, Nautical, Textiles, Jewelry, Vintage Holiday, Porcelain, Paintings/Artwork, Pottery, Lighting, Sports Memorabilia, Toys and so much more!
BRANDYWINE RIVER ANTIQUES MARKET In The Historic â€œWhite Barnâ€?
OLDE ENGINE WORKS â€œANTIQUES - COLLECTIBLESâ€? ANTIQUES
CARLISLE, PA 17013
Over 125 Friendly Dealers inside a 100-year old machine shop in Downtown Stroudsburg IN NOW R Dealer Space Available OU AR
Open 10-5 Wednesday Thru Sunday
Phone 610-388-2000 Fax 610-388-2720 E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org Located Directly On Rt. 1 â€œAt The White Barnâ€?
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-7 And Sunday 10-5
Two Floors With Over 100 Quality Antiques & Collectibles Dealers
Hrs.: M-F 12-5; Sat. & Sun. 10-5 62 North Third Street Stroudsburg, PA 18360
570-421-4340 e-mail: email@example.com
I-80 Exit 307 to Main St. to Third Street. Convenient off street parking.
878 Baltimore Pike (Rt. 1), CHADDS FORD, PA 19317
brandywineriverantiques.com Limited Space Available for Quality Dealers Only
44 North Bedford St.
Bank Barn offering 15,000 Sq. Ft. of Quality Antiques, Primitives, Estate Furniture, with Appropriate Accessories & Smalls.
Stop In Or Phone: (717) 687-7787 Mail: 215 Hartman Bridge Road, Ronks, PA 17572
Located At The â€œCrossroadsâ€? Of Rts. 743 And 322 825 Cocoa Avenue, Hershey, PA 17033
Dealer Inquiries Invited!!! S789447
36 West Front Street, Keyport, New Jersey ~ Exit 117 GSP
TH TH FEBRUARY 8TH , FEBRUARY 9TH
Rt. 29 3 Mi. N. Of Rt. 422 Collegeville, PA 19426 Fine Antiques, Collectibles, Jewelry, Coins, Art Deco, Roseville, Rare Books, Glass, Vintage Clothing, Stamps, Postcards, Christmas Collectibles, Old Toys, Advertising & Much, Much More. OPEN EVERY SUNDAY 9-5 Ph. 610-489-7388 www.powerhouseantiques.com
OVER 100 BOOTHS OF QUALITY ANTIQUES TO CHOOSE FROM â€Ś
Quentin Antique Shoppe
The Best Kept Secret On The Main Line
Antiques & Collectibles
OPEN THURSDAY THRU MONDAY 10 A.M.-5 P.M. 717.533.1662 www.zieglersantiques.com
The Power House
4 LARGE BUILDINGS 300+ DEALERS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Bucks County Antique Gallery S812521
Special Anniversary Storewide Super
Where Collectors Love To Shop!
www.AntiqueMarketplaceofLemoyne.com "OSLER !VENUE s ,EMOYNE 0! s
Closed New Yearâ€™s Day â€˘ Easter â€˘ July 4 â€˘ Thanksgiving â€˘ Christmas
Take a break in ChloĂŠâ€™s Cafeâ€” coffee, tea, desserts
Over 80 Quality Dealers â€˘ Two Floors â€˘ Air-Conditioned Building
Furniture, Jewelry, Art, Glassware, Pottery, Clothing, Postcards, and More!
726 North Hanover Street,
THE MILL PROPERTY ANTIQUES
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A Richmond Tradition Since 1980 Signs â€˘ Old & New Clocks 804/798-9414 â€˘ Depression Glassware â€˘ Toys Located on U.S. 1, â€˘ Kitchenware â€˘ Baskets 61â „2 miles north of â€˘ License Plates â€˘ Coins â€˘ Jewelry Richmond and I-295. â€˘ Tools â€˘ Crocks â€˘ Baseball Cards Take Lewistown Rd. â€˘ Bottles â€˘ Dolls â€˘ Occupied Japan exit off I-95. Right â€˘ Tobacco Tins â€˘ Oil Lamps & on Rt. 1 north. Shades â€˘ Old & New Furniture
Head east on Rt. 38; turn left at light after Rt. 206 intersection
OPEN 7 DAYS - 10 AM TO 5 PM OPEN WED. NIGHTS UNTIL 8 PM
Hopewell, NJ 08525 609-466-9833 www.thetomatofactory.com Open Daily 10-5, Sun. 11-5
Thursday and Friday 10 to 6
110 Dealers A Fun Place To Shop For Over 20 Years!
Gratz Gallery is Expanding!
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Visit the most exciting and innovative antique market in the area! Over 200 Dealers Antiques, collectables, furniture, art and architectural
Fine Art Collections Âˇ Sports Memorabilia Rock and Roll Memorabilia Âˇ Coin Collections Âˇ 'Toy Collections Comic Books Âˇ Doll Collections Âˇ Antique Furniture Âˇ Clocks and Watches Antique Automobiles Âˇ Firearms and Weapons Arts and Crafts Furniture and Ceramics Âˇ Modern Furniture Oriental Objects, Artwork and Rugs Âˇ Antique Jewelry Âˇ Sculptures Real Estate Residential and Commercial
Experience the historic beauty of a 19th century market with limestone walls, chestnut millwork, and pressed tin ceilings Easy walking distance to four other antique markets
VALENTINEâ€™S SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH ONE-DAY SALES EVENT
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5862 Urbana Pike (Rt. 355 So.) Frederick, MD oldgloryantiques.com Open Daily 10-6 â€œLateâ€? Thursdays â€˜til 8 pm
DEALERS SALES, LIVE MUSIC AND MORE!!!
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68 S. Main St., Doylestown, PA 18901 (215) 348.2500 / www.gratzgallery.com Wed. through Sat. 10 - 6, Sun. 12 - 6, and by appointment
304 Walnut Street (4 blocks south of Route 30 on Route 441) S827509
Open Thurs.-Mon. 11 A.M.-5 P.M.
Historic Columbia, PA Open Every Day â€˘ 717-684-7900 â€˘ www.burningbridgeantiques.com
In Frederick, Md.
QUALITY DEALERS WANTED
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Saturday 9 to 4
62A MAIN AVENUE, OCEAN GROVE, NJ 07756
40,000 Sq. Ft. of antiques and quality furnishings. S823024
OVER 150 DEALERS WITH QUALITY ANTIQUES
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145 Highland Ave., Kutztown PA 19530 One block off of Main Street
(Buying & Selling)
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still on the â€œSHOREâ€?
38 Dealers 2 Somerset Street
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common sense would dictate that I was the only one registered to bid at that particular auction and willing to pay the amount I paid for the item in question. If this were not the case, I would be going home empty-handed. I also tend to debate the merits of the term â€œwonâ€? when used in the context of an auction. I really didnâ€™t â€œwinâ€? anything as I am sure no auction house is ever going to let me leave with the items I was the high bidder on without paying the invoice and the usual buyerâ€™s premium that accompanies all those great â€œwins.â€? While I have a lot of belief in the future of the antiques and collectibles trade regardless of the high amount of speculation that encompasses it, I still cannot help but wonder if I sometimes am truly the â€œgreater fool.â€?
Grist Mill Haddon Heights Antiques Center Antiques Center 80 Dealer Co-Op
New York City neighbor, brought $4,582,500, while a nickel made under mysterious circumstances at the Philadelphia Mint in 1913, which was famously featured in an episode of the 1970s television show â€œHawaii FiveO,â€? realized $3,290,000. Both the Brasher Doubloon and the 1913 Nickel were offered during Heritageâ€™s Jan. 8 to 12 â€œFUNâ€? U.S. Coin Signature Auction in Orlando, Fla., which, along with Heritageâ€™s FUN Currency Signature
istoric urlington Antiques and Art Emporium
Records Broken At $105 million worth of coins and currency from Jan. 5 to Sales In Florida 12, setting records across Coins, World Coins, and And In New York U.S. U.S. Currency, includHeritage Auctions, the ing the most valuable worldâ€™s largest numismatic piece of currency auctioneer, sold more than on the planet. â€œThe number of records broken during the first full week of 2014 THE is unprecedented in EMMITSBURG the history of numisANTIQUE MALL matics,â€? said Greg Rohan, president of Heritage Auctions. â€œThese 35,000 Sq. Ft. results show numismatics is a vibrant and thriving hobby, Over 130 Booths and we are grateful to play a Everything leading role in its growth.â€? From Antiques To Two of Americaâ€™s most famous and valuable rare Collectibles coins lead the weekâ€™s sales (301) 447-6471 when they brought a combined $7.87 million. The first Open Daily 10-5 P.M. a gold coin made for the United States, a Brasher 1 Chesapeake Ave. Doubloon hand-struck in (Off Main St.) 1787 by George Washingtonâ€™s Emmitsburg, MD
Anecdotes And Antics
Heritage Auctions Sells More Than $105 Million Of Coins And Currency In One Week
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07701 Red Bank 732-224-0033 MONMOUTH ST. EMPORIUM, 27 Monmouth St., Voted Best Antique Store in Monmouth Co., Multi-Dlr 5,000 s.f. shop. Open 7 days/ wk. Space available. 07701 Red Bank 732-842-5400 RIVERBANK ANTIQUES 169 W. Front St. located in antique district of Red Bank. Open Mon. thru Sunday 11am5pm. www.riverbankantiques.com Like us on FACEBOOK.
19809 N. Wilmington 302-792-0555 THE ZEPPELIN & THE UNICORN AT THE RED BARN, 400 Silverside Road, Sun., Mon., Wed. 12-5, Closed Tues., Thurs. thru Sat. 10-6. Antiques, unique items. zeppelinandunicornantiques.com
07801 Dover 973-989-4470 DOVER ANTIQUE CENTER Corner of Warren & Bassett. Furniture, pottery, jewelry, toys, glass, books, records, clocks, art, trains, coins W 11-7, Fri., Sat. and Su 11-5.
19933 Bridgeville 302-337-3137 ART’S ANTIQUE ALLEY, Rt. 13 South. 60 dealers. Open 7 days 9am-6pm. 20,000 sq.ft. Collectibles. A/C, restrooms, snacks
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.
19958 Lewes 302-645-2309 HERITAGE ANTIQUE MARKET, 16168 Coastal Hwy. (RT1), 2mi. N. of Five Points, Lewes. Roseville pottery, furniture, books, dolls, china, glass, jewelry, art & more from 58 dealers! Always looking for new Dealers in the Beach Resort. 11-5 daily.
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
21028 Churchville 410-734-6228 YE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, Route 22 & Aldino Rd. Minutes from I-95. Oak furniture, advertising, toys, militaria, glassware, general line. Hrs daily 10-4 21078 Havre de Grace 410-942-0701 SENECA CANNERY ANTIQUES, 201 St. John St... Largest Mall in Havre de Grace with 50+ quality dealers. Open 7 days, M-S 10-5, S 11-5. Wide Selection of antiques & collectibles. 21157 Westminster 410-857-4044 WESTMINISTER ANTIQUE MALL 433 Hahn Rd 25,000 s.f., furn., military, toys, silver, coins, comics, glassware. Generally open 7 days/ week Mon. - Sat. 10-6; Sun. 12-6. 21901 North East 410-287-8318 5 & 10 ANTIQUE MARKET, 115 S. Main St. Daily 10am-6pm. Cecil County’s largest! Buying/ selling antiques & collectibles. Gourmet chocolates.
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. 08033 Haddonfield 856-429-1929 HADDONFIELD ANTIQUES CENTER, 9 Kings Highway East. Multi-dealer co-op, Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4. Antiques, collectibles, vintage merchandise, art, books, brass, copper, furniture, glassware, jewelry, pottery, silver, toys, etc. 08037 Hammonton 609-567-1889 ANTIQUE MARKETPLACE of Downtown Hammonton, 109 12th St. Tues-Sat. 10-6, Sun. 11-5. 15,000sq.ft full of antiques, collectibles, used furniture. antiquemarketplaceofhammonton.com 08525 Hopewell 609-466-9833 TOMATO FACTORY ANTIQUE & DESIGN CENTER 2 Somerset St. We Have It All! www.thetomatofactory.com Open Mon. thru Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. We have 38 Dealers.
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08530 Lambertville 215-300-1058 BIBLIOTHEQUE Shop #110 - Golden Nugget Antique Market, 1850 River Rd. Vintage and Antique Cameras, Rare and Out-of-print Photobooks, Cookbooks, Pens. Open Wed, Sat. and Sun 8am3pm Visit/ Like us at www.facebook.com/Bibliotheque08530
16159 W. Middlesex 724-528-2490 ANTIQUE AND FLEA MARKET OF WEST MIDDLESEX RT18 S. Open Wed. thru Sun. 9am-5pm. Monthly Auctions. 16686 Tyrone 814-684-5088 I-99 ANTIQUES, conveniently located off the Tyrone Exit of Interstate 99, 1222 Pennsylvania Avenue. Quality antiques & collectibles. 40 dealers. Open Daily 10-5, Sun 12-5. Dealers welcome. 16801 State College 814-238-2980 APPLE HILL ANTIQUES, Rt. 26N to 169 Gerald Street. Distinctive antiques in a gallery setting. Over 60 dealers. Open daily 10 to 6. Wide variety. 17025 West Fairview 717-732-7680 WE DABBLE, 73 2nd St. (on Rt 11-15) Buying Antiques/ Vintage Marble Collections. firstname.lastname@example.org 17062 Millerstown 717-589-7810 STITCH IN TIME ANTIQUE & GIFT MALL 43 N. Market St. Antiques, Collectibles, Furniture, Quality Handmade Crafts & Gifts. Open 7 days 10-5, Fri. til 8. Millerstown exit off RT322. 17225 Greencastle 717-593-9990 THE SHOP 144 E. Baltimore St. 1/2 mi. off I-81 Exit 5. Antiques, Collectibles & Decorative accessories. Open Wed. thru Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-4.
18251 Sybertsville 570-788-1275 HAL’S ANTIQUE FLEA MARKET, 732 State Rte. 93, Exit 256 off I-80, take 93 S. or Exit 145 off I-81, take 93 N. Sundays 9am-4pm.
18962 Silverdale 215-453-1414 THE FACTORY ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES, 130 West Main St, Rt 113, Bucks County. Featuring over 40 fine Buck’s County Dealers. Open Wednesday thru Sunday 10am to 5pm.
18335 Marshalls Creek 570-223-8640 POCONO BAZAAR FLEA MARKET Route 209. Outdoor/ Indoor climate controled marketplace. 100’s of Vendors. New Vendors welcomed. Open year round Sat./ Sun 9-5 www.PoconoBazaar.com 18337 Milford 570-409-8636 OLD LUMBERYARD ANTIQUES 113 7th St. 2 large Multi-Dealer Shops, 10,000 sq. ft. Mon., Thur-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. www.oldlumberyardantiquesllc.com
18944 Perkasie 215-257-3564 TREASURE TROVE, 6 S. 7th Street. Estate jewelry, furniture, linens, vintage clothing, glass, china, books, toys, kitchenware, advertising, postcards. Primitives to Deco. Dealers Welcome. Mon.-Sat. 10-5. Since “1980”
18947 Pipersville 215-766-7145 BUX-MONT CONSIGNMENT SHOPPE 6719 Easton Rd. Over 75 vendors with Antiques, Collectibles & Consignments. Ladies & Gentlemen something for everyone. Open Daily 9-5 closed Tues. and Wed.
“We’re Bigger ★ Than We Look”
MAIN STREET ★ ANTIQUE CENTER 249-251 MAIN STREET
TOMS RIVER, NJ
Open Mon.-Fri. 10AM-4PM, Sat. 10AM-5PM & Sun. 12-5PM
Exit #82 Garden St. Parkway Rt. #37 East
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19355 Frazer 610-651-8299 FRAZER ANTIQUES. -Best kept secret on Phila. Main Line- Open daily 10am5pm. 2 mi east of Rte 202 on Rt. 30.
Monday- Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
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OPEN WEDNESDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 6AM to 4PM - Indoor Shops Open at 8AM 1850 River Road (Rt. 29), Lambertville, NJ (609)397-0811
OVER 15,000 SQUARE FEET OF DEALER SPACE!
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Antique and art dealers of fine European and American furniture, art, bronzes, statuary, porcelain, glass, china, silver, primitives, jewelry, clocks, decorative items, linens, collectibles, and much more!
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Just minutes from Exit 102, Garden State Parkway S820194
1-800-428-4211, ext. 2561
6 46 Cookman Avenue, Asbury Park, New Jersey
GALLOWAY, NJ 609-652-7011 www.daysofoldeantiques.com
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK: 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. The Jersey Shore’s Largest Co-Op
110 SOUTH NEW YORK ROAD (ROUTE 9)
Select Dealer Space and Showcases Available
First Light right 1/2 mile on Main St. Dealer Business Welcomed
Antique Emporium of Asbury Park
Antique & Vintage Furniture • Jewelry • Sterling Silver Fine China • Crystal • Coins • Books • Dolls • Trains Decorative Paintings • Fine Art • Glassware • Figurines • Pottery Quilts • Rugs • Linens • Bottles • Tools • Musical Instruments Sports Memorabilia • Vintage Clothing • & Much, Much More.
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record for the most valuable piece of currency ever sold when the legendary 1890 $1,000 Treasury Note, popularly referred to as the “Grand
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19147 Philadelphia 215-668-0195 BIZARRE BAZAAR 720 South 5th St. An Eclectic Emporium of Everything Esoteric! Specializing in: Odd Art, Unique Antiques, Cultural Cool-lectibles + Curiosities! See the ODDITORIUM! Open 12-8pm.
18940 Wrightstown 215-598-8837 NOSTALGIC NOOK, Rt413, Carousel Village at Indian Walk. New lg. bldg. China, Stangl, Pennsbury Pottery, Glass-Cut & Pressed, Silver, Primitives, Furniture, Lamps. M-Sa 10:30-5:30. Sun 11-5.
17901 Pottsville 570-640-2565 HIDDEN TREASURES, PA 419 W. Market St. Antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, linens, china, books, electronics, tools, jewelry, etc. Tue.-Sat 106, Sun. by chance or appt., closed Mon. Bring Ad for $5 off $25 purchase.
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18930 Kintnersville 610-847-1966 GRISTIES ANTIQUES AND ODDITIES, Rt. 611 near Rt. 32. 30 Dealers. Smalls and primitives to fine furniture. Open every day 11-5. Free parking.
18946 Pineville 215-630-7338 REBECCA DANIELS ANT. & COLLECT. 1093 Route 413, barn behind Pineville Post Office. Open Wed thru Sun hrs. on www.rebeccadanielsantiques.com
WEST VIRGINIA 254 Northeastern 260-268 Northern 247-259 Southeastern
18951 Quakertown 215-536-4547 ANTIQUES AT 200 EAST, Rts 212 & 313. Multi-DLR shop; EAST BROAD ANTIQUES, 141 E. Broad St. 215-5364408. One Stop 2 Fantastic Stores. Shop Where Dealers Buy! Open 7 days.
17814 Benton 570-925-5186 BAKERY ANTIQUES 230 Main St., Closed for the season will Re-Open April 3rd. www.bakeryantiques.com
VIRGINIA 220-229 Northern 230-239 Southern 240-246 Southwestern
18080 Slatington 610-767-8400 BUS STOP INDOOR FLEA MARKET 8281 RT 873, every Fri., Sat., Sun. 9am5pm. Crafts, Antiques, & Flea Market items. Former Keystone Lamp Factory. New vendors welcomed.
PHONE: (732) 349-5764 VISA/MC ESTABLISHED SINCE 1969 ★ 12 Quality Dealers Under One Roof ★
Auction and the Adam Mervis Large Cent Collection Auction (also at FUN), generated a record $90+ million in total sales. This particular Brasher Doubloon had been off the market since it was purchased by a Chicago resident in 1979 for a then-record price of $430,000. It was the subject of a Raymond Chandler book, a Hollywood movie, and it was displayed by a previous owner at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York City. Additional records for U.S. rarities came as a 1927D $20 MS66 NGC, the nation’s rarest regular-issue
coin, set the highest price ever paid for any U.S. coin struck and released for general circulation after ten determined bidders drove the price to $1,997,500. Heritage’s Currency Signature Auction set a world
020-027 Southeastern NEW JERSEY 070-079 Northern 085-089 Central 080-084 Southern
19711 Newark 302-733-7677 MAIN STREET ANTIQUES, 23 Liberty Plaza. Hrs. Mon-Sat. 10-8, Sun. 11:305:30 Over 45 Showcase & Room Dealers selling quality antiques/ collectibles. mainstreetantiques.com
and Eastern Shore 207-8-9 GreaterD.C. MASSACHUSETTS 010-016 Western& Central 017-019 Northeastern
MARYLAND 215 & 217 Western 210-12 Northern 214 & 206 Southern 216-218-219 Northeastern
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
DELAWARE 197-8 Northern 199 Southern D.C. 200-205
732.774.8230 MON - SAT. 11 TO 5, SUN 12-5
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PENNSYLVANIA 190-1 Philadelphia 189-196 Southeastern 100-109 Metropolitan 180-188 Northeastern 110-119 Metropolitan 170-171 Central NEW YORK & Long Island 172-179 South Central 140-149 Western OHIO 166-169 North Central 130-139 Central 120-129 Northeastern 437 & 455 East Central 160-165 Northwestern 441 East North 150-158 Southwestern & Eastern Central
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Watermelon noteâ€? due to the design of the large zeroes on the reversed side of the bill resembling watermelons, sold for $3,290,000. The last time this note was offered at auction was in 1970, where it brought $11,000. â€œCollectors knew this was not a chance that was going to come around again anytime soon, and they bid accordingly,â€? said Dustin Johnston, director of rare currency at Heritage Auctions. â€œThe result being that this beautiful little piece of paper is now the most valuable of its kind in the world and has a new chapter to add to its legend.â€? Also topping the sevenfigure mark in the auction was a unique 1882 $500 Gold Certificate, which finished at $1,410,000. Earlier in the week,
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Heritageâ€™s offering of more world and ancient coins during the annual New York International Numismatic Convention totaled approximately $15 million in sales, led by a stunning and pristine 1822 Pedro I gold 6400 Reis, AU55 NGC realizing $499,375. The 1822 Pedro quickly surpassed its $200,000 pre-auction estimate, beating the previous world record for a Brazilian coin at auction two times over. Additional world coin rarities included a 1711 Felipe V gold Royal Cob 8 Escudos from Mexico, selling for $293,750, and an 1824 Gold 8 Escudos from Guatemala, which sold for $176,250, a record for the type. For more information, visit HA.com.
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Collectors Take Aim At Rare Colt Pistols In Morphy’s Jan. 11 Firearms Sale Morphy’s Jan. 11 Firearms sale, anchored by a fine 35-year private collection, grossed $1.8 million and was 100 percent sold, according to the central Pennsylvania auction company’s CEO, Dan Morphy. Two desirable Colt pistols shared top-lot honors in the 633-lot sale, knocking down $96,000 each. All prices include the 20 percent buyer’s premium. “We knew from the amount of interest shown prior to the sale that it would probably
end up being our most successful Firearms any Morphy’s gun sale. If I could describe sale ever, and that’s exactly what happened,” their bidding style as a whole, I’d say it was said Morphy. “There were 2,800 registered very confident. It’s been our experience that bidders, 150 of them in the gallery, whenever genwhich was uinely rare This New Haven Arms produc- f i r e a r m s standing tion lever-action .42 caliber Volcanic appear in the room only. carbine, with pre-Civil War magazine loader, marketplace, Several of the sold for $40,800. country’s bidders don’t biggest firearms buyers were bidding, either hesitate. They go for it.” in person or over the phones, and there were And “go for it” they did when Lot 146, a more Internet bidders than we’ve ever had for Colt production Model 1909 .45 caliber trial pistol, #11 of only 22 manufactured, opened for bidding. Accompanied by a Colt letter of authenticity, it soared to an above-estimate final price of $96,000. A second Colt .45 pistol, entered as Lot 162 and described as a “very early production The Smith-Jennings .54 caliber rifle, pre-Civil War, sold for $34,800.
with Serial #10 and United States Property on
The Colt production Model 1911 .45 caliber pisthe frame,” also achieved $96,000, easily surtol, Serial #10, marked “United States A Colt production Model 1909 .45 caliber trial passing its $10,000-$20,000 estimate. pistol, Serial #11 of 22 made, with Colt letter of Property,” with Colt letter of authenticity, realMaking it a Colt trifecta at the top of authenticity, sold for $96,000. ized $96,000.
A Singer production Model 1911A1 .45 caliber pistol, marked “US Property,” sold for $78,000.
prices realized, a Colt production Model 1910 9.8mm test pistol, the first of only four produced for government trials, was offered together with a very scarce box of 9.8mm Colt ammunition. Entered as Lot 147, it secured a winning bid of $90,000. A .45 caliber Singer pistol, marked “US Property” and “Model 1911A1 U.S. Army” sold for $78,000, against an estimate of $15,000-$25,000. A New Haven Arms production leveraction .41 caliber carbine, a short musket or (Continued on page 12)
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rifle historically used by cavalry and exhibiting a preCivil War magazine loader design that influenced later Henry and Winchester leveraction rifles and carbines, sold for $40,800 (est. $15,000-$25,000). “Firearms of The Winchester production this type are of the Model 1866 .45/.90 caliber very rarely WCF sporting rifle, with Winchester letter of encountered on authenticity, sold for $16,200. the market,” said Morphy Auctions’ gener- above estimate for $16,200. al manager Kris Lee. Another A Webley World War I pronoteworthy rifle of the ante- duction of the Webleybellum era was a rare Smith- Fosbery Model 1914 .455
caliber Cordite automatic revolver came with a leather holster engraved “Glen C. Holland, Gordon Highlanders,” referring to the famous Scottish Highlands regiment. Estimated at $8,000-$10,000, the antique weapon reached $18,000. An unusual entry, consisting of an original armory crate containing 20 Model 1884 “trapdoor” rifles with bayonets in very good to fine condition, was offered complete with inserts used to protect the firearms during shipment. The lot was bid to an aboveestimate price of $34,800.
J. KENT LENAHAN AUCTION GALLERY 5 W. Butler Ave., AMBLER,
PA MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2014 AT 6 P.M.
Inspection: Sunday, February 9 2-5 P.M. & Monday, February 10 5 P.M.
A crate of 20 Model 1884 .45/.70 caliber “trapdoor” rifles previously purchased from the Montana National Guard, brought $34,800.
This Webley-Fosbery Model 1914 .455 caliber Cordite automatic revolver, previously owned by a member of the Gordon Highlanders regiment (Scotland), sold for $18,000.
PUBLIC AUCTION VALUABLE ANTIQUES, OLD TOYS, SILVER COINS, VINTAGE, BLACK GLASS, OLD BICYCLES, VIOLIN, OLD DOLLS, COCA-COLA COOLER, DAVIS SWING BUTTER CHURN, PRIMITIVES, OLD PICTURES IN FRAMES, EARLY BRASS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, HAND AND GARDEN TOOLS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2014 AT 9:00 A.M. Located At: KEMPTON COMMUNITY CENTER, 83 COMMUNITY CENTER DR.,
KEMPTON, PA 19529 BERKS COUNTY . Look For Auction Sign.
Note: This Is Very Good Old Country Merchandise. This Is 1 Of 4 Auctions. Sale Will Be Held Indoors In Heated Building. Seats Available. Terms: Cash Or Acceptable PA Check. No Out-of-State Checks Accepted. No Buyer’s Premium. View Full Ad And Photos On auctionzip.com ID#5574 In Case Of Impassable Roads Sale Will Be Held Mon., Feb. 10, 2014 At 9:00 A.M. ARNER AUCTIONEERS, LLC AUCTION ORDERED BY: AY-002071 Phone 570-386-4586 PRIVATE RESIDENCE REFRESHMENTS
SEEKING VINTAGE SPORTS CARDS AND MEMORABILIA
ANTIQUES AUCTION MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17 10:00 A.M.
As the World’s Largest Collectibles Auctioneer, only Heritage Auctions can supply the market strength to provide the highest possible ﬁnancial return for your vintage trading cards and sports collectibles. Cash advances and outright purchase offers are always available for quality material, and we are happy to provide free appraisals. And Heritage has never been late with a single consignment settlement check in our thirty-ﬁve+ years in operation.
Mattox Auction Center, 3740 Maysville Road
(App. 35 miles northeast of Lexington, KY) To include a selection of cherry furniture, fine clocks, Western and contemporary art, sculpture, paintings, mink coats and a fabulous collection 14k and 18k gold jewelry, pearls and more being sold for the Shirley T. Firestone Trust of Lexington, KY, 40+ pieces early Selden Bybee and Waco pottery, English furniture, fine rugs, sterling silver, and much more. Live bidding will be available at www.liveauctioneers.com
Preview: Sunday, Feb. 16 from 2 to 6 P.M. Terms: Cash or check with proper identification. 13% Buyer’s Premium. 3% discount for payment by cash or good check. Visa and MasterCard accepted. Additional 3% Buyer’s Premium charged to internet bidders.
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• Advertising and display pieces
• Game used uniforms and equipment
• Championship rings, trophies and awards
• Vintage autographs
• Vintage photographs and more
• Early tickets and programs
Call 877-HERITAGE (437-4824) to discuss opportunities Free catalog and The Collector’s Handbook ($65 value) for new clients. Please submit auction invoices of $1000 + in this category, from any source. Include your contact information and mail to Heritage, fax 214-409-1425, email catalogorders@HA.com, or call 866-835-3243. For more details, go to HA.com/FCO.
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CHINA, GLASS & POTTERY: Cut Glass, Franciscan Desert Rose Dinner Set, Etc. ART: Pr. Old Frames, Decorator Prints & Oils. FURNITURE: Antique Walnut Partner’s Desk, Round Oak Pedestal Table, Victorian Chest/Porcelain Pulls, Mission Style & Victorian Desks, Chinese Decorator Chest, (2) Gateleg Tables, (2) Duncan Phyfe Tables, Set Of (6) Mahogany Dining Chairs/Needlepoint Seats, Pr. Wingback Chairs, (4) New Pressed Back Oak Chairs, Standing Jewelry Cabinet, Cherry Bachelor’s Chest, Tilt-Top Scalloped Edge Table, End Tables, Pr. Nightstands, Cedar Chest, Black Trunk With Chinese Brass, Metal Patio Table, Chairs & Plant Stand, Maple Bedroom Pcs., Clothes & Muffin Stands, Hanging Cherry Shelf, Mirrors, Lamps, Etc. TOYS: Disney Items, Barbie Dolls In Skipper Case, Wagon, Dollhouse with Furniture, Erector Set, Doll Crib & Clothes, Etc. MISCELLANEOUS: Clocks: Hanging & Shelf, Winchester Model #94-30-30 Hunting Rifle, Large Kilim, Paisley, Set (25) Of Mark Twain Books, Papier-Maché Cat, Sentry Safe, Fur Capelets, Alligator Purses, Old Violin With Bow, Copper & Brass Pieces, Bookends, Flatware In Cases, Sheet Music, Bats, Etc. TERMS: CASH. 10% BUYER’S PREMIUM Ad & Photos On Auctionzip.com ID#18454 All Items Sold “As Is, Where Is”
The consignor bought the full crate from the Montana National Guard. “We were extremely pleased with the response to this sale,” said Kris Lee. “Buyers drove and flew in three weeks prior to the sale to preview the collection privately. The week of the auction was so busy we had to race to keep up with the requests for condition reports, questions and showings. It was a great sign that the sale was going to be a success.” Lee said that after the event concluded, the feedback was “overwhelmingly positive…Many buyers were first-time bidders with us, and they were impressed with our operation and the quality of what we were selling.” Morphy Auctions’ next Firearms sale will be held on Saturday, July 19. For additional information, call 717-335-4570 or visit www.morphyauc tions.com. All images courtesy of Morphy Auctions.
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Jennings .54 caliber model with a serial number of 115, which achieved $34,800. A handsome Winchester 1886 45/90 caliber WCF sporting rifle with a full magazine in its octagon barrel, retaining a Winchester letter of authentication, sold well
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Blue Hen Auction Co.
2-DAY WINTER ANTIQUE AUCTION FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2014 STARTING AT 4:30 P.M. & 18th C. Mezzotint Portrait Ben Franklin - Entitled Francklin By Pierre-Michel Alix (French 1762-1817)
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2014 STARTING AT 10:00 A.M. To Be Held At The Blue Hen Auction Gallery 1490 East Lebanon Road,
Small Enterprise Coffee Grinder
Featuring the Collection of Muriel Schwartz of Dover, the Estates of James & Doris Jackson of Dover and Other Eastern Shore Estates and Collections. This Auction Includes one of the Finest Collection of Period Furniture to be Sold in Delaware over the Past 10 Years. FRIDAY SESSION - STARTING AT 4:30 P.M.
Massive Sterling Silver Tray Howard & Co., New York
A Good Old-Fashioned Auction Starting Outside at 4:30 P.M. Selling Many pieces of Antique & Fine Modern Reproduction Furniture, Lots of Small Antiques and Collectable Items - Cataloged Auction Starting Inside at 5 P.M. Tables Stacked Full of Fine Antiques, Collectables & Estate Items Including - Lots of Old Blue Decorated Stoneware, Glassware, China & Porcelains, Early Export China, Lots of Woodenware, Graniteware, Yellowware, Collection of Cast-Iron Cap Guns, Fine Estate Collection of Large Stangl Pottery Birds, Lots of Old Advertising Signs, Many Old Bottles, Old Decoys, Delaware Native American Stone Points, Rare Delaware Real Photo Postcards, Collection of Christmas Postcards, Collection of Old Dover Postcards, Collection of Victorian Trade Cards, Many Delaware History Books, Scrapbooks, Other Old LeatherBound Books, Stacks of Delaware Paper Ephemera, Local Photographs, Antique Dolls, Lots of Roseville & American Art Pottery, Early Tin, Baskets, Many Old Clocks, Lots of Original Artwork, Lithographs & Paintings, 1864 Springfield Civil War Musket, Model 1873 Springfield Trapdoor Musket, Other 19th C. Guns, Army Officer’s Sword, Civil War Letter, Old Knives, Military Items, Navy Ship’s Bell, Old Scientific Instruments, Early Iron, Cast-Iron Toys & Banks, Collection of Old Marbles, Old Fountain Pens, Bisque Figures, Railroad Items, Stove Covers, Old Tools, Nice Old Metal Hobbyhorse, Early Sled, Nice Oak Wa rdrobe, Small Antique Oak Bar, Oak Hoosier Cabinet, Early Plank Settee, Walnut Victorian Whatnot Shelf, Children’s Rockers, Small Dovetailed Chests, Stools, Navaho Rugs, Oriental Rugs & Lots More. Fine Collection of Coins and Paper Currency - Including Many Carson City and Key Date Silver Dollars, Half Cents, Large Cents, Early U.S. Coins many with Scarce Dates, Over 100 Silver Dollars and U.S. Silver Coins to be Sold in Large Lots, Lots of Scarce 19th C. Obsolete & National Currency, $20 Gold Certificate, Large Notes, Local Currency, Fractional Currency, Confederate Currency, Lots of Old Stamps, Early Covers and More.
SATURDAY SESSION - STARTING AT 10 A.M.
Early 19th C. Oil Portrait On Canvas
Early Pillar & Scroll Clock
Antique Painting On Porcelain, Figurehead U.S.S. Delaware, Tamanend, Tecumseh
Period, Country & Victorian Furniture - Exceptional 18th C. Chippendale Oxbow Chest of Drawers, Very Fine 18th C. Carved Philadelphia Chippendale Chair, Wonderful Early 19th C. Highly Figured Mahogany Hepplewhite Chest of Drawers with Unusual Stepped Out Front, Pair of 18th C. Philadelphia Queen Anne Chairs, Very Fine 18th C. Pennsylvania Mahogany Chippendale Tea Table with Ball & Claw Feet and Suppressed Ball Turning, Fine Local 18th C. Chippendale Swell Front Chest of Drawers, Fine Early 19th C. Maryland Hepplewhite Card Table with Bellflower Inlay, Nice Early Walnut Inlaid Hepplewhite Chest, Small Early Walnut Chest of Drawers with Cutout Bracket Feet, Pair of 18th C. Chippendale Ribbon Back Chairs, 3 Early Pennsylvania Walnut Chippendale Semi-High Chests, Nice Early N.E. Hepplewhite Chest, Very Fine Early 19th C. Carved Poster Bed, Early Tiger Maple Poster Bed with Arched Tester, New England Maple Highboy, Early 19th C. Hepplewhite Inlaid Card Table, Nice Early 2 Drawer Stand, Fine Carved Federal Side Chair, 18th C. Walnut Chippendale Drop Leaf Table, Early Oak Gateleg Table, Lots of 19th C. Tilt-Top Tables and Stands, Exceptional 19th C. Highly Inlaid Brunswick-Balke-Collender Drop Pocket Billiards Table “Brilliant Novelty” Model, Set of 4 Decorated Plank Chairs, Set of 4 Rod Back Windsor Chairs, Nice Country Comb Back Windsor Rocker in Black Paint, Partial 18th C. Queen Anne Highboy, Early Irish Windsor Armchair, Fine 19th C. Tool Chest with Inlaid and Original Paint, Small Folk Art Painted Blanket Chest, Many Walnut Victorian Marble Top Tables, Old Ladder Back Rocker, Oriental Rugs and Lots More. Fine Americana - Many Pieces of Blue Decorated Stoneware Including Unusual Small F.H. Cowden Pitcher, Levi & Glosking Whiskey Jug, Wm. Hare Crocks, Nice Cowden & Wilcox Jug, 2 Large Ovoid Crocks, etc., Early Chinese Export Porcelain, Redware, Fine Delaware Basket, Documented Newport, Delaware Quilt Squares, Early Coverlets, Early Andirons, 18th C. Brass & Iron Trivet, Federal Fire Fender, Early Historical Blue Staffordshire including Gilpin’s Mill Delaware Plate, Commodore MacDonnough’s Victory & others, 18th C. Wrought Iron Ship’s Builders Calipers, 1821 Taufschein, Antique Trade Sign from Wyoming, Delaware, 19th C. Tiger Maple Shaving Mirror, Inlaid Checkerboard, Pantry Boxes, Foot Warmer, Butterprints, 18th C. Queen Anne Mirror, Other Period Mirrors, Dated 1818 Architectural Downspout, Early Needlework Samplers, Fine 19th C. Carved Shoe Snuff Box, Astral Lamp, Victorian Lighting, Miniature Chest Signed F.W Kinnaman of Dover, Fine Tramp Art Frame with Original Paint, Early Candlesticks, Girandoles, Nice Old Hay Fork, Fine Early 19th C. Pillar & Scroll Clock, Large Carriage Clock, Victorian Clock with Figure of Metalworker, Other Clocks, Fine Oriental Soapstone Lamp, Nice Collection of Antique Cast-Iron Toys and Banks, Fine Small Enterprise Coffee Grinder with Original Paint, Antique Aquarium with Original Paint, Fine Antique Rocking Horse with Original Paint, National Brass Cash Register, 19th C. Edison Victrola with Horn and Cabinet Base, Victorian Marble Top Scale, Fine Advertising Broom Rack, Pair of Large Blue Onion Platters, Oyster Plates, Victorian Portrait Plates, Barber Bottles, Occupational Shaving Mug, Fine Porcelain Sign for Hudson Automobile Service, 19th C. Swiss Music Box, Antique Carved Oriental Jewelry Chest, Bronze Sculptures, Tiffany Studios Bronze Bookends, Art Glass, Victorian Opalescent Glass, Very Fine Estate Collection of Roseville Art Pottery, Early 19th C. Pennsylvania Flintlock Rifle Marked Milton, PA, 19th C. Wm. Marston 3 Barrel Deringer, 19th C. Merrimack Arms Co. Deringer, Early 19th C. British Naval Officer’s Dirk, Civil War Belt Buckles, DuPont Gunpowder Tins, Bolo Knives, Collection of Delaware Native American Stone Points, Native American Beaded Moccasins, Rare 1950 U.S. Open Golf Championship Program and Handwritten Scorecard from Merion Won by Ben Hogan, Lots of Other 1950’s Golf Memorabilia, 1850’s Colonization Society of N.Y. Document, 18th C. Pennsylvania Gazette Newspapers by Hall & Franklin, Rare Signed Limited First Edition Blue Book of Philadelphia Furniture by William Hornor, Delaware Cabinetmakers Book by Charles Dorman, Wooden Carved Swan, Large Lawn Jockey/Hitching Post in Figure of a Man, Folk Art Painted Umbrella Stand, Fancy Old Accordion & Lots More. Original Artwork - Oil Painting by Delaware Artist Ethel Pennewill Brown Leach, 2 Watercolor Paintings by Delaware Artist Jack Lewis, Western Theme Gouache Painting by Delaware Artist Gayle Porter Hoskins, Oil Painting of Marsh by Edward Grant (Delaware/Maryland 1908-1998), Rare Old Painting on Porcelain of U.S.S. Delaware Figurehead Indian Chief Tamanend/Tecumseh Who has been Immortalized at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, 18th C. Oil Portrait of Gentleman Labeled John Hoppner R.A. (British 1758-1810), 2 Other Fine Early Oil Portraits, 18th C. Mezzotint Portrait of Ben Francklin/Franklin Engraved by Pierre-Michel Alix (French 1762-1817), Dated 1750 Engraving of Palace in Florence by John Boydell (British 1720-1804), Gouache Painting of Geyser at Y ellowstone by Michael B. Coleman (Born 1946- Utah), Early Watercolor of Sailing Warship, Many 19th C. Oil Paintings, Lots of Early Miniature Portraits, Lots of Antique Engravings, Folk Art Watercolor by David Y. Ellinger, 2 Signed Andrew Wyeth Prints, Large Photo of Delaware Trust Bank Building Hand Highlighted by Gayle P. Hoskins, Still Life Oil Painting by Gregory Hollyer (British 1871-1965), Early Silhouettes, Large Hunt Print & Lots More. Collection of Sterling Silver and Early Silver - Very Fine Massive 19th C. Sterling Silver Floral Edge Tray by Howard & Co. New York, Exceptional Large 19th C. Sterling Silver Rectangular Floral Edge Tray Marked Bailey, Banks & Biddle, Very Fine 1820’s English Sterling Silver Tea Set by William Elliott, Early 19th C. Philadelphia Silver Salver by R. & W. Wilson, Early Delaware Silver Spoons by Jesse Kendall, J. Guthre & Others, Early Delaware Silver Sugar Tongs by General J. Wolf, Lots of Early American Coin Silver Hollowware & Flatware, Fine Sterling Silver 3 pc. Tea Set, Dutch Silver Figural Handle Spoon Dated 1771, Antique Silver Baptism Spoon, Small 1801 English Sterling Silver Reticulated Basket Weave Tray, Fine Cased Service for 12 Sterling Silver Flatware Set “Princess Mary” Pattern by Wallace, Set of Silver Mate Straws, Fine Figural Silver Grape Shears, Early English Sterling Silver Snuff Box, Repousse Sterling Silver by Kirk & Stieff, Lots of Sterling Silver Hollowware and Flatware to be Sold in Group Lots, Set of Fine 19th C. Silver Plate Fish Knives & Forks, Signed First Edition Book “Silversmiths of Delaware” by Jessie Harrington & More. Fine Estate Jewelry - Over 35 Fine 14k and 18k Gold Ladies’ & Men’s Rings with Various Settings of Diamonds and Precious Gemstones including 3 Diamond Rings with 1+ Carat Center Diamonds, 14k Gold Cigarette Case, Victorian Filigree Jewelry, Cameos, Mexican and Native American Silver Jewelry, Fine 18k Gold Necklace, Many Bracelets, Brooch Pins, Key Wind Pocket Watch, Large Groups of Vintage Costume Jewelry & Lots More. Be Sure to Visit our Website for Descriptions, Photos, Directions & Free Downloadable Catalog
www.bluehenauction.com Terms: Cash, Local Personal Check, Visa, MC, Discover Credit or Debit Cards, Out-of-State Personal Checks Accepted thru Cross-Check, Out-of-State Business Checks Must have Bank Letter of Credit. 13% Buyer’s Premium on All Items Sold, Discounted 3% for Payment by Cash, Check or Debit Card. No Sales Tax - No Internet Bidding - Absentee Bids Accepted Preview: Wednesday from 10 A.M. until 7 P.M., Thursday from 10 A.M. until 7 P.M., Friday from 10 A.M. until End of Evening Session - Doors Open Saturday at 8 A.M. Very Fine 18th C. Philadelphia Chippendale Chair
All Items Sold As-is Where-is with No Expressed or Implied Warranties. Plenty of Free Parking - Hot Food & Drinks Served by Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 850.
Blue Hen Auction Co. LLC 1490 E. Lebanon Rd., Dover, Delaware 19901 Phone: 302-697-6096 Early 19th C. Pennsylvania Rifle
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Billiards Table, Brilliant Novelty, Ca. 1886
Roseville Art Pottery, Windsor, Falline
18th C. Oxbow Chippendale Chest
1820’s English Sterling Silver Tea Set, William Elliott
Early 19th C. British Naval Officer’s Dirk
Very Fine Early 19th C. Hepplewhite Chest
18th C. Pennsylvania Ball & Claw Foot Tea Table
Rare 1950 U.S. Open Golf Championship Program Merion Ben Hogan
high-quality, historic rare U.S. coins do so well in 2013? “Over the course of this year we continued to see the precious metals market decline and the stock market rise. The U.S. and other world economies, specifically the Eurozone, are seeing an economic recovery, however temporary it may be. A growing interest in rare coins is typical in this type of environment. The same for fine art, which is booming right now. Rare coins and fine art seem to coincide with one another in this economic environment,” said Hanlon. “Smart investors and collectors see a good buying opportunity, with some of their profits taken from the increase in stocks being reinvested in rare coins. There’s also the continuing interest in hard assets with the confidence that rare coin values will grow with the success of the economic conditions,
DEAN R. ARNER AUCTIONEER, LLC
PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH, 2014 AT 9:00 A.M. ANDREAS SPORTING CLUB, 1 ANDREAS RD.,
DEAN R. ARNER AUCTIONEER, LLC AY-002077L 570-386-3389
18211 Antique & Primitive Furniture, Blue Decorated & Script Crocks, Early Hanging Kero Light, Adv. Signs, Solid Log Butcher’s Block Table, Wooden Adv. Boxes, Old Breadboards, Mortised Benches & Crock Benches, Old Bottles, Beer Adv., Old Grain Cleaner, Early Corn Sheller, Redware Pottery, Lg. Wooden Dough Bowl, Hens On The Nest & Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention! Check Full Listing & Photos at WWW.AUCTIONZIP.COM ID#21038.
even as the precious metals themselves may be declining,” he explained. “The prices realized for U.S. coins at public auctions this past year totaled nearly $393 million, the highest aggregate total anyone can recall,” said Hanlon. “There was incredible competition for so-called “trophy coins” with 11 U.S. coins selling at auctions for more than $1 million each in 2013. One historically significant coin, believed by many to be the first silver dollar struck by the United States Mint in 1794, sold for $10 million. That’s the highest confirmed price ever paid for any rare coin,” stated Hanlon. A 12th U.S. coin also crossed the seven-figure mark in a private transaction conducted by a PNG member-dealer. It was an 1894 San Francisco Mint dime that sold for over $2 million dollars. A year-end survey by the PNG of auction houses in the United States indicates they sold an aggregate total of $392.8 million of U.S. rare coins in public auctions in 2013. The most valuable U.S. coins purchased at auctions in 2013 were the following: 1794 Flowing Hair silver dollar, $10,016,875 (Stack’s Bowers Galleries) 1804 Type I silver dollar, $3,877,500 (Heritage Auctions) 1913 Liberty Head nickel, $3,172,500 (Heritage Auctions)
After 114 Years Steckel’s Jewelry, of Bangor, PA, is closing their family business!!! Steckel’s (AGS Jeweler) will be offering their remaining Inventory at
PUBLIC AUCTION on
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH AT 4 P.M. At Hartzell’s Auction
521 Richmond Road, 18013 DIRECTIONS: 10 Mi. South of Stroudsburg, PA & 15 Mi. North of Easton, PA off Rt. 191 Turn on to Messinger St. Go 5 Blocks Make Last Right on to Center St. 1⁄4 mi on Left. 250+ Cataloged lots of Platinum, Gold, Diamond Rings, Necklaces, Earrings, Pearls, Rubies, Emeralds, Sapphires, Wedding Bands, Charms, & More...
Preview: Friday, Feb. 7th 10 A.M.-4 P.M.; Saturday, Feb. 8th 10 A.M.-2 P.M. & Day of Sale 12 Noon to Sale. TERMS: 15% Buyer’s Premium, 13% by cash or check; Visa, M/C, Discover & Debit.
Hartzell’s Auction Gallery Inc. 521 Richmond Road, Bangor, PA 18013
610-588-5831 1-800-724-6808 FAX: 610-588-6206 PA #AU-000395-L EST. 1943
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Professional Numismatists Guild Reports U.S. Rare Coin Market Roared In 2013 From a multi-million dollar nickel to a $10 million silver dollar, the market for high-quality, historic United States rare coins established unprecedented records in 2013 for the number of coins that sold for $1 million or more and the highest price paid for any rare coin, according to a year-end tabulation by the Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG). The PNG is a nonprofit organization composed of many of the country’s top rare coin and paper money dealers. “We estimate the overall coin market in the U.S. at about $5 billion in 2013. That includes auctions and private transactions made at coin shows, by mail order, online, and at coin stores, but does not include numismatic bullion items or the modern coins sold directly by the United States Mint,” said Terry Hanlon, PNG president. Why did the market for
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Keystone Auctions LLC SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH, 2014 DOORS OPEN AT 8 Location: York
Fairgrounds, Horticultural Hall,
334 Carlisle Ave., YORK, PA 17404 Preview Times: Friday, February 14th 9 A.M.-6 P.M. and Saturday, February 15th 8 A.M.-11 A.M. 9 A.M. - 100s of Quality - O Gauge Model Trains & Some Standard Gauge, Lionel, K-Line, MTH, Williams, Weaver, 95% w/original boxes. Nice clean collection.
11 A.M. - Quality Political Items, Fine Antiques - Tall Case Clocks, Chippendale High Chest, Period Queen Anne Chest on Frame Banks, Period Baltimore Federal Mahogany Sideboard, ca. 1810, lots of Redware, York County Painted Decorated Blanket Chest, Antique Firearms, Fur Coats, Lots of Oriental Rugs Fine Art, Decorative Arts & Sterling, Gold Jewelry & More, Estate of Barbra & James Morgan, York, PA w/other Fine Estates. Questions Call Garrett Klinger (owner operator) 717-755-8954, Klinger’s Keystone Auctions LLC AH001891 AuctionZip.com Auctioneer ID #19814 www.AuctionsByKeystone.com Want to bid online go to http://www.liveauctioneers.com/browse/seller/GBK585 online catalogue available February 1st Terms & Conditions will be available online & the day of the sale
Eight Day Emanuel Meyli, Lebanon, PA Colt 1848 Baby Dragoon w/Loading Leaver
PA Auction License #AH001891 P.O. Box 3308, York, PA 17402 717-755-8954
100 Great Political Items
18th C. Tavern Table
Lots Of Gold Estate Jewelry
Lots Of Sterling
PA Rifle By Peter Moll (1799 to 1879)
Period Queen Anne Chest On Frame
Period Sheraton Sofa Period Baltimore Federal Mahog. Sideboard
Period Philadelphia High Chest
Lots Of Redware
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 4PM
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, NOON
Featuring: Houdini and Magic Collection: Rare Houdini Handcuff and Castle Lock Collections originally from the Houdini Museum in Niagara Falls, Houdini Broadsides, Posters, Unpublished Photographs,and Ephemera; Other Magic Items; Selection of Fine French and Italian Antiques; Decorative Arts, and more.
Featuring: Decorative and Fine Arts; Sterling; Oriental Carpets; Estate Fine Jewelry, and more.
Aaron Willard, Boston
Period American Furnishings Collections of Houdini Castle Locks and Handcuffs originally from the Houdini Museum in Niagara Falls
Maria Martinez / Popovi San Ildefonso Black Pottery Vase French Empire Center Table and Gothic-Revival Hall Chairs
Collection of Antique Oriental Carpets Louis XV-style Furnishings
Four full-size Italian Marble Statues of Maidens representing the Four Seasons 19th C. Marble and Gilt-Bronze Garniture Set, Rango FrĂ¨res, Paris
Estate Fine Jewelry, including Piaget, Cartier, and more.
Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze, Oil/Canvas, Portrait of Gentleman
Charles Carter Color Lithographs Left: 19th C. Cast Bronze Chinese
Cast Bronze Mermaid Sculpture (9â€™)
Silver, including Robert and William Wilson Tea Set
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1880 Coiled Hair gold $4 denomination Stella, $2,574,000 (Bonhams) 1796 silver quarter-dollar, $1,527,500 (Heritage Auctions) 1792 silver half disme (early spelling of dime) $1,410,000 (Heritage Auctions)
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$1,145,625 (Stack’s Bowers Galleries) 1879 Coiled Hair gold $4 Stella, $1,041,300 (Bonhams) The PNG survey did not include 2013 auctions of paper money or coins produced by other countries (world coins), two areas of the numismatic marketplace that also experienced record prices for many items.
With the boom in prices for high-quality, historic rare coins, Hanlon cautioned, “We have an important saying in the numismatic marketplace. If you don’t know rare coins, you’d better know your rare coin dealer.” For additional information about the PNG, visit www.PNGdealers.org.
Visit Historic Mullica Hill, N.J., on Saturday, April 26 (rain date Sunday, April 27), for the sixth annual Antique and Vintage Street Fair. Vendors from the neighboring Tri State area will be joining Mullica Hill merchants. More than 40 vendors featuring antiques, collectibles, vintage jewelry, pottery, primitives, and much more will line the sidewalks
Pa. OnSite Auction Co. Randy Dickensheets, Auctioneer Lic. #AU-003539-L RARE Folk Art Root Box By William Mountz
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 STARTING AT 8:30 A.M. SHARP
Signed & Dated Scherenschnitte
OUTSTANDING AMERICANA ANTIQUE CATALOGED AUCTION This Auction includes approx. 500 Cataloged Lots of Americana Antiques. This Sale will include Many Fine Pieces to be Sold with No Reserve. Great Sale for All Antique Dealers & Collectors. Auction To Be Held At Porters
1199 Porters Road,
Outdoor Antique And Vintage Street Fair In Historic Mullica Hill, N.J.
along Main Street from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. An appraisal event will be added to the show this year, taking place from noon to 3 p.m. Bring two items or a picture for a free appraisal of your antique or collectible. If you are a quality antiques or collectible vendor and would like to participate in the show, call 856-4786556 for a contract or visit www.mullicahill.com.
SPRING GROVE, PA 17362 (Located in YORK CO.)
From Square at Hanover, PA follow York St. - Rt. 116E approx. 5 miles. Turn right onto Porters Road. Follow approx. 1 mile to firehall on left. From York, PA take Rt. 30 West to Rt. 116. Follow Rt. 116 West 8.4 miles. Turn left onto Porters Rd. Follow Porters Rd. approx. 1 mile to Porters Fire Co. on left. See our website for directions from other locations.
PARTIAL LISTING Very good original 18th century William & Mary large gateleg table w/stretcher base & drawer, 8 nice 18th-19th century Windsor chairs, very good all original late 19th century child’s “Acme Jr.” wooden wagon w/buckboard seat, great Centennial tilt-top tea table w/inlaid of eagle - George & Martha Washington & General Lafayette, early Redware pcs., RARE Folk Art root box made by William Mountz father of Aaron Mountz, antique Folk Art carved & painted wooden eagle, Folk Art carved & painted rooster, 33⁄4” wooden carved chicken by Aaron Mountz, decorated stoneware, wrought iron utensils, fine small dovetailed 19th century tiger maple slide lid seed box, early glass flask, early lighting, antique canes, 1789 handwritten Slave Bargain, 1867 Davis brass & iron level, few 19th century carpenter’s tools, 19th century butter churns, butterprints & molds, 19th century cows in pasture oil on canvas painting, National brass cash register, antique advertising cabinet & signs, antique cast-iron still coin banks, dolls, few toys, 19th century small wallpaper boxes, quilts, early woodenwares, early tinware, ironware, Native American Indian collectibles including original pair late 19th century Navajo beaded moccasins belonging to Alice Hyson born 1861 died 1915 schoolteacher who was the 1st school teacher at the Presbyterian Church School in 1884 now John Hyson School Chimayo New Mexico. Plus many other fine antiques. Please Note: Doors open day of auction at 7:15 A.M., good food available, plenty of parking, sale will last approx. 8 hours. Plan to Attend!!! To View Full Sale Catalog & Sale Pictures Visit our website at www.paonsiteauction.com
Sale Preview At Porters Fire Co. - Friday, Feb. 14 - From 12:00 Noon to 6:00 P.M. PLEASE NOTE – SNOW DATE – Blizzard or Heavy Snow Sale Reschedule Date will be Wed., Feb. 19 starting at 8:30 A.M. with Preview being held on Tues., Feb. 18 from 5 to 8 P.M. SALE TERMS: 10% Buyer’s Premium will be applied to any items sold. 6% Sales Tax to be Collected. We Accept Visa, MC, Cash, ONLY PA. Checks will be Accepted. For More Info. Call (717) 630-9349 or (717) 451-5999
Crafts And Antiques In Winter
Late 19th C. Acme Jr. Wagon
Folk Art Carved & Painted Eagle
Early 18th C. William & Mary Table
Ca. 1884-1900 Native American Moccasins w/Provenance
In Cape May, N.J., the region’s most sought-after antique dealers and craftspeople will come together for a show featuring an array of handmade items, country antiques, glassware, silver, furniture, and much more on Saturday, Feb. 15. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Cape May Convention Hall, located at Beach Avenue at Stockton Place in Cape May. Admission will be $2. This event is sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC). For more information or to purchase tickets, call 609-8845404 or 800-275-4278 or visit www.capemaymac.org.
COSTEA’S AUCTION GALLERY Sunday, February 9th, 2014
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LOCATION: 2228 Gettysburg Road, Lower Allen Plaza,
CAMP HILL, PA
17011 DIRECTIONS: Going North Or South On Route 15, Exit At Highland Park. Auction Is On Left Side Of Road.
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There will be approximately 400 lots of ORIGINAL advertising signs, clocks, thermometers and other items. Including, Gas, Oil, Batteries, Tires, Farm, Feed, Cattle, Implement, Automobile, Soda Pop, Food, Cement, Railroad, Beer, Dairy, Outboard Motors, Sporting Goods, Steamships, Barbershop, Several Porcelain Neon Signs, etc.
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Antiques And Garden Show Of Nashville Hosts Design Royalty This winter, Nashville, Tenn., adds “designer mecca” to its list of accolades as it welcomes famed designers and British royalty for the 2014 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville, the largest show in the country combining spectacular garden spaces, fine antiques and horticultural items into one threeday event. Celebrating its 24th year, the show will embody what is unique about the city: incomparable Southern hospitality, eclectic creativity, great food, and, of course, great music. World-renowned lecturers, including the real mistress of Downton Abbey, Lady Carnarvon, as well as designers Charlotte Moss, Alexa Hampton, Jennifer Boles, Mario Buatta, Nina Campbell, garden designer Jon Carloftis and Canal House Cooking authors Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton, will
be featured at the show. All speakers will have their most recent books available for purchase and author signature at the event. “We are thrilled with the star-studded lineup of designers and speakers at this year’s show,” said cochair Mindy Jacoway. “Nowhere else will people be able to see these renowned figures of the home and garden industry together in one place,” added co-chair Vee Vee Scott. Located in the new Music City Center in downtown Nashville, the show brings together an exhibition and shopping opportunity with over 150 extraordinary antique, art and horticultural dealers. It is the ultimate destination for new and ardent antique collectors, avid gardeners, those seeking design inspiration and anyone who enjoys a breath of spring in the midst of winter. The volunteer-managed
show has raised over $5.5 million for Cheekwood, the city’s botanical gardens and museum at the former family estate of the Maxwell House Coffee heirs, as well as the Economic Club of Nashville (ECON) charities, over the past 23 years. This year’s honorary chair is Charlotte Moss, multiple award winner and designer of private residences and executive suites all over the world. The show will take place on Thursday, Feb. 6, with a preview party from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. It will be open on Friday, Feb. 7, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; on Saturday, Feb. 8, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and on Sunday, Feb. 9, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets to the show are $12 to $15 in advance and $20 at the door. All tickets, including tickets to the lectures and parties, can be purchased online at www.antiquesandgarden show.com.
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HARRISBURG, PA 17104 ESTATE AUCTION AT 10 A.M.
GLASS & CHINA AUCTION
SPECIALTY AUCTION AT 11 A.M.
Fostoria American, Moondrops, Fire-King, Jadeite, Fenton, Kitchen & Barware
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 AT 3 P.M. Leesport Farmers Market - Diefenderfer Auction Gallery Rt. 61,
(Off Rt. 61 halfway between Reading & Hamburg. Follow signs to the Leesport Farmers Market. Back side of market). China: (94) Johnson Bros. Friendly Village; Panther TV Lights; Fiesta Girl; Black S&P Set; World’s Fair Jug; Depression: (225) Moondrops; (20+) Radiance; (40+) Moonstone; Elegant: (225+) Fostoria: (175+) American (Many RARE & Colored Pcs.); (18) Cambridge; (10+) Heisey: (40+) Candlewick; (60+) Fenton: (40+) Hobnail; Jade Vase; Bells; Fire-King: (50+) Azurite Charm; (85+) Jadeite incl.: Jane Ray; Tulip; Polka Dot; Kitchen: (40+) Pyrex; Measures; S&Ps; Mixers; Barware: Decanters; (100+) Stirs; (150+) Shots/Tumblers; Misc.: Perfumes; Kings Crown; Carn. Acorn Burrs Bowl; Swanky Swigs; Sour Cream Glasses; Copper Craft Canister & Spice Set; Fig. S&Ps: Bakelite Napkin Rings; Too much more to list!
Doors open at 1 P.M. Check Web at
ONLINE CATALOG AVAILABLE NOW TWO AUCTIONEERS SELLING! BRING A FRIEND!!!
www.CordierAuction.com for photos & more details. Severe Weather Date Sunday, February 9
Sale Order: Barware 1st, Fire-King at 4 P.M., Fostoria at 5 P.M. Terms: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, Discover, AmEx - Buyer’s Premium 15% for credit cards, 10% for cash or checks, Sales Tax Collected. Laureldale, PA - AU-3965-L - (610)
SPORTS: 40 uncataloged lots incl. Penn State programs & collectibles; sports cards; framed pcs.; autographs; etc. 37 cataloged lots incl. 10 1963 Baseball Hall of Fame busts; 1940’s-50’s pennants; autographs incl. P. Rose, K. Griffey & A. Rodriguez, D. Marino, J. Elway; Heroes of the Game magazines incl. signed; 1934 Goudeys incl. B. Herman, H. Manush, A. Simmons, P. Waner; other cards incl. 6 T206, boxing incl. Mecca & Hassan, 1981 Topps J. Montana rookie, more. COINS: 75+ lots. 1975 $100 Bermuda FDC gold coin. Silver incl. 10 GSA Morgans incl. 1883 & 1884; halves; quarters; dimes; 10,000 gr. bar; commemoratives. Type incl. 1824 Bust half; large cents. Proof sets incl. 1953; mint sets. Currency incl. 1914 NY $1; Colonial incl. Pennsylvania & Maryland; Richmond Confederate; obsolete incl. Miner’s Bank of Pottsville & railroad. STERLING: 15+ lots incl. flatware & hollowware. JEWELRY (1 P.M.): 220+ lots. Gemstone incl. diamond; pearl; ruby; smoky quartz; topaz; amethyst; more. Gold incl. bands; chains; pendants; bracelets; thimbles. Cameos; sterling; micro-mosaic; Native American necklaces, pins & rings. Costume incl. Hattie Carnegie; Nolan Miller; Trifari; more. Pocket watches incl. Hamilton; Imperial; Waltham.
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Diefenderfer Auction Co., LLC
FURNITURE (12 NOON): Antique and Modern. Basset French Style Bedroom and Dining Set; United Furniture 1960’s Bedroom Set; Mid Century TV; Pr. La-Z-Boy Recliners; Leather Love Seat and Easy Chair; Iron Daybed; Room Screen; Cherry Bedroom Set; Ping Pong Table; Large Breakfront China Cabinet; Empire Chest of Drawers; Marble Top Tables; Thomasville Coffee and End Tables; Governor Winthrop Secretary Desk; Table and Floor Lamps; Primitive Benches. CLOCKS: Forestville; Ogee; Wall and Mantle. COLLECTIBLES: Bicycles: Two Antique Schwinn, Stingray; Fairbanks 600 lb. Antique Scale; 35+ Padlock Collection incl. Lever, B&D, Yale, Corbin, Wrought Iron; Pipes; Celluloid Dolls; Postcards; Figural Creamers; Heisey Glass; 80+ Cracker Jack Prizes; Ephemera; Reverse Painting on Glass; Miniature Oil Lamps; Eyeglasses; Christmas; Modern Prints; ERH Trucks; Milk Bottles; Sewing and Dress Patterns; Trade Cards; Star Wars: Ewok Village, Rebel Transport and Snow Speeder; Irish Memorabilia and Collectibles; Doll Clothes; Chocolate Tins; Egg Beaters; Spongeware; 13 Breyer Horses; Indian Blanket; Postage Stamp Machine; Halls. HOUSE AND HOME: Silver plate; Etched Stemware; Dinnerware: Hutschenreuther; Russel Wright Iroquois.
10% Buyer’s Premium. Terms: Cash, PA checks. Out-ofstate checks w/prior approval. All major credit cards accepted. Food concession. Located off of Interstate 83 between 13th Street and 17th Street exits.
David Cordier, AU005321
NEXT DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 27, 2014 FOR THE APRIL ISSUE!
1500 Paxton Street,
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PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2014 AT 9:00 A.M. (INSPECT FROM 8:00 A.M.) Klecknersville Rangers Volunteer Fire Company Banquet Hall
BATH, NORTHAMPTON CO., PA
2718 Mountain View Drive, 18014 Furniture: antique oak bowfront china cabinet, Vict. kneehole desk w/spoon carving, Country: Vict. pine open hutch, spinning wheel, work table & other county & prim. pcs.; Stylized: oak firehouse Windsor chair, bird’s eye maple bureau, Shuford Q.A. wing chair, D.Phyfe drum table, Windsor armchair, 7 pc. maple DR by Young Republic & much more. Accessories: blue & white Staffordshire pitcher, blue & white Satsuma vase, blue & white jardinière, Eng. & European ceramic pcs., Maddocks pitcher & washbowl, lg. oval Rose Medallion platter, 40+ pcs. Waterford Crystal, collection of cut glass, set/Noritake china-Priscilla patt., Baldwin brass candlesticks, We dgwood & Nippon pcs., grping/Disney characters by Beswick, cobalt blue decanter, c.iron cat still bank, handcarved 3-D sailboat-J.A. Rauh, Cat’s Meow houses, fancy sterling silver hand mirror; Collection of 60+ Hummel Figurines & Plates (List Available); Clocks: Ingraham New York kitchen, Heco novelty “soccer”, iron figural. Antique Country Collectibles: blue dec. gray stoneware pitchers & crocks, pipe & other wdn. boxes/chests, pierced tin foot warmer, collection of unusual irons, kitchen utensils w/ptd. handles, harness/driving bridle/collar/hames, keys incl. lg. one from Trenton prison, brass & tin ladles, woodenware, toleware oil can, enamelware butter crock & strainer, c.iron scale w/brass pans, advert. tins; Plus: Antique Lighting incl.: betty lamps & tin lanterns, table lamp w/stained glass shade, Elfin brass bracket lamp; Textiles & Vintage Shoes; antique hats: shaker bonnet, appliqué quilt, Amish child’s boots, pr./lady’s high top laced shoes, Irish peat clogs, hand carved mini shoes, salesman’s sample lady’s shoe, pr./George Washington boots, antique shoe molds, wooden Dutch shoes; etc. Toys: birch bark canoes, tomahawk, etc.; Steiff animals & puppets, fabric duck pull & other toys, dec. toy/working sewing machine, wooden ironing board, Santa Claus string toy, wicker doll carriage; Dolls: Ashton Drake baby, orig. Cabbage Patch, Amish, African & Native American, Mme Alexander, etc. Very Nice Selection of CRAFTSMAN & Other SHOP TOOLS incl.: rolling & stacking tool chests/boxes, Ryobi stud finder, Ryobi P-300 rechargeable staple gun, Bosch Lithium rechargeable screwdriver/gun, numerous other sm. power & hand tools. Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium * Credit Cards Accepted * 3% Discount w/Cash or Approved Check * Multiple Auctioneers Selling * Partial List * An Interesting Variety * Plan to Join Us *
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Auctioneers & Appraisers P.O. Box 29 • Ottsville, PA 18942 610-847-5432 • AY-000093-L
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Gallery Auction SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH AT 10 A.M. 2501 E. Ontario Street, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19134 Toys: Lionel, American Flyer & Rail King train sets, engines, box cars, transformers & accessories, Sci-Fi action figures & collectibles, vintage toys and games, vintage bisque head & other dolls, collector card sets, battery ops, tin windups, comic & children’s books, Steel & die-cast cars, trucks planes, More! Estate Furnishings: Furniture; glass, china; jewelry; graphics, silverware; ephemera; housewares, electronics, More!
Inspect: 9 A.M. Terms: Cash/CC, 15% Buyer’s Premium Photos on web
Toys on Live Auctioneers
3 Auctioneers selling
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SEEKERS/SELLERS PUBLIC AUCTION
Place Your Classifieds NOW! www.antiquesandauctionnews.net • Question? Call 1-800-428-4211
Of Antiques, Collectible China, Fine Blue Decorated
Stoneware, Sports Cards, Books, Antiq. Furniture, Early Advertising Items, National Biscuit Co. Wooden Display Rack, Textiles, Lot Bessie Gutmann Prints, New Holland Holstein Cow & Other Doorstops, Aunt Jemima Items
SAT., FEBRUARY 8, 2014 AT 8:00 A.M.
AUTOMOBILES WANTED. LOOKING to buy old foreign cars, especially British. Will purchase in any condition, also buying parts. Call Ed, 856-816-7321.
Loc.: Al Starr Firemans Bldg., Village of
WILLOW STREET, LANC. CO., PA 17584 S829258
(Along North Rt. 272, Behind Willow Street Fire Hall) Full List & Lots of Pics. at www.probstauction.com Food Sale By Multiple Estates Probst Family Auctions (717) 464-3700 AU1856L
Have Something to Sell? Looking For Something? Have a Service to Offer? Let us show you how to reach 60,000+ collectors & dealers in the EAST! Call Arlene in Classified Sales 717-492-2561 or 1-800-428-4211 x2561
PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH AT 10:30 A.M. HELD AT KINZER FIRE HALL
3521 LINCOLN HIGHWAY EAST, 17535 LANCASTER COUNTY SELLING: Selection Of Silver Coins, Carson City Silver Dollars, Antique Rifles: Stevens 25 Model 1915 Trademark (Favorite), Ranger 22 LR Model 103-13, Topper Model 158 Harrington & Richardson, Marlin 22 Cal. LR Glenfield Model 75, Gun Cabinet, Military Manuals, Old Books, 1936 1st Edition Pose Please By Samuel Bernard Schaeffer, Cowboy Sheet Music, 45s Including Elvis, 5 & 10 Gallon Crocks With Handles, Signed Sibling Soul Doll By Gretchen Wilson, Artwork, Old Oil On Board, Victorian Frames, Linens, Coverlets, Vintage Golf Clubs, Rolls Razor, Teapots, Wedgwood Child’s Bowl & Cup, Pottery, Presidential Spoons, American Security Safe, Victorian Lock With Key, Old Hardware, Small Anvil, Sadirons, Andirons & Tools, Schiltz & Heidelberg Beer Taps. Furniture: Mahogany Duncan Phyfe Drum Table, Lady’s Slant Front Desk & Secretary, Walnut Depression Single Beds, Victorian Armoire, 1920’s Parlor Chairs, 2 Cedar Blanket Chests, Ornate Wrought Iron Patio Chairs, Pierce Tin Cupboard, 2 Antique Oriental 3x5 Throws, Pair Of Bronze Victorian Lamps & Others. Toys: Farmall, John Deere, Ertl, Models, Vintage Toy Cars, Johnny Eagle Toy Gun. Quantity Of Costume Jewelry, Coach Bag & Wallet, Leather Ladies’ Purses … This Is A Short List. Too Much To List … Please Go To AUCTIONZIP.COM For Updates & Photos ID#9683. TERMS: 10% Buyer’s Premium. Cash Or Pre-approved Check By Auctioneer. Full Payment Day Of Sale. GEORGE WILSON, AUCTIONEER AU-001020-L, 610-955-9417
ART- OLD OIL PAINTINGS wanted, any condition, New Hope School artists, PAFA artists, gold leaf frames and mirrors. 20 years experience. Immediate payment. Call 215-348-2500.
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ALL HUMMELS WANTED: Still paying the best prices. Call John Rokicki 610-213-2361.
240 HATCHERY ROAD IN Located 5 miles east of York, PA, take Rt. 30 east to the Hallam Exit, go south to light and turn left. Go thru Hallam Boro to Accomac Rd. on left. Turn left and go 1 mile to Hatchery Rd. on right. Signs posted. Very nice furniture to incl. Klaussner bedroom suite, PA House chest of drawers and cherry dining room table & 6 chairs, Stanley Furniture chest of drawers, wicker queen bed, queen & full box springs & mattresses, leather office chair, 2 pc. sect. sofa, Sony 26” Bravia flat panel TV, TV stand, d-t blanket chest, floor model radio, pictures & prints, books, lamps, office supplies, fishing lures, coll. cars & trucks, postcards, Carnival & Dep. glass pcs., 2 Bose radios w/CD players, records, sm. kitchen appliances, electronics, adv. items, sm. metal pig stereoptic Wm. McKinley Our Next President, linens, 1937 Wrightsville paper & misc. items, Hellam items, Atwater Kent radio, flute, lots of signed & unsigned, lots of sterling to incl. charm bracelet, 14k pcs., 30 watch pin holders, watch fobs, costume jewelry, teapots and much more. Just starting to unpack, Check our website at www.toomeyauction.com or auctionzip #1893 for additions & photos. TERMS: Cash or approved PA check, DISC., AMEX, VISA, MC. PREVIEW: SUNDAY EVENING FROM 6 TO 8 P.M. Jewelry sells at 12 Noon, Furniture at 4:00 P.M.
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TIFFANY DESK PIECES, lamps, glass. Bill Holland 610-470-5925 or Renningers Sunday Antique Market, Booth A-53, Adamstown, PA 8am-1pm. email firstname.lastname@example.org
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PAYING CASH FOR Vintage ephemera, brochures, catalogs, magazines, advertising, misc paper. Large collections welcomed. Paul 717-673-4508 or email@example.com
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ALWAYS BUYING PHOTOGRAPHS, Archives, Albums, Snap-shots, Collections. Call Jim 800-872-9990. ANTIQUE/ OLD GUNS WANTED Collector buys old muzzleloaders, pistols, shot guns, Kentucky rifles, knives, swords, hunting licenses & photos, animal traps, hand forged & bear traps, old ammo, antiques, military helmets. One piece or collections. House calls made. PO Box 83, New Tripoli, PA 18066, firstname.lastname@example.org 610-298-3180. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS MANUALS Wanted most years and models. Also sales brochures, service manuals, etc. TMC Publications, 6308 Deer Park Rd., Reisterstown, MD 21136. 410-526-4495. www.tmcpubl.com
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH, 2014
TOP DOLLARS PAID for Carbide Cap Lamps, oil wick/ lard lamps, blasting cap tins, scatter tags, carbide lamp parts and small mining artifacts needed in my collection. Larry Click 703-241-3748, www.clickstersminingartifacts.com
★ 240 Hatchery Road, York, PA 17406 ★ ★ Frederick L. Toomey, CAI Mark A. Toomey AU-1297-L Phone (717) 755-6105 AU-3266-L Phone (717) 840-1193 ★ ★ Auction Center Phone (717) 252-0289 “The Trusted Name In Auction Services” ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
MILITARY & SPORTING FIREARMS- all periods Wanted. Collector will pay more for single items or collections. 215858-5506 or email@example.com Will travel.
OLDER FIREWORKS OR Packs Wanted by Collector, 573-474-5030 or 573-881-0090.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2014 AT 9:00 A.M.
FULPER POTTERY made in Flemington, NJ & OLD TOYS made anywhere. 1hr. from NYC & Philadelphia. I will travel, call Robert Jay 908-735-4008.
OCEAN LINER MEMORABILIA china, glassware, silver, paper, souvenirs, posters or models. Cunard, French Line, White Star Line, Italian Line, etc. 607-625-3947
ANTIQUES, FURNITURE, JEWELRY, GLASSWARE, CHINA, TOOLS AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
KEYSTONE TELEPHONE COMPANY of Philadelphia Wanted. Telephones and related items, signs, telephone books. Call Andy, 732-986-2637 or email@example.com
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CARNIVAL, CIRCUS, FREAKS, Sideshow, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, Nude Photos, Steel Pier, Pinups, Strippers, Burlesque, Auto Thrillshow. Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418.
GUITARS, VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, banjos, early brass & woodwinds. We buy, sell, & appraise. In business since 1974. Vintage Instruments, Philadelphia, firstname.lastname@example.org 215-545-1100. HAMMOND ORGANS WANTED. Leslie speakers & console pianos. Pottstown, PA 610-495-5234 or email@example.com Also Orlando, FL Area.
MUSIC BOXES WANTED, highest prices paid. Gems to junkers- we buy, sell, repair. Chet Ramsay Antiques, 2460 Strasburg Road, Coatesville, PA 19320. 610-384-0514 SHEET MUSIC WANTED, any era. Sandy Marrone, 113 Oakwood Drive, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077, 856-829-6104 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org WANTED OLD RADIOS, Tubes, Hi-Fi Equip., Amplifiers, Speakers, Ham Radios, Tube Testers & related items. Large and small collections. Call Rich 484-948-8044, Pottstown, PA.
Vintage Tube Electronics DEAD OR ALIVE
Audio Equip. - Vacuum Tubes Speakers - Ham & Military Radios Surplus Parts - Test Equipment Hi-Fi Stereo & More
WE BUY IT ALL
DO YOU COLLECT Old Paper, Ephemera, Advertising, Country Store, etc? Subscribe to "THE PAPER & ADVERTISING COLLECTORS’ MARKETPLACE", the monthly collector's newspaper that covers this specialty. For a FREE sample copy, phone 1-800-800-1833, ext. 2541, 8am-4:30pm daily.
COLLECT INSULATORS! STARTER kits of four collectible insulators all over 75 years old shipped post paid for $30. Subscribe to the insulator hobby publication, “Crown Jewels”, for $30 per year (12-issues). Or, order both for the special price of $50. Crown Jewels, 65028 Granger Road, Lostine, OR 97857 or phone 541-569-2318 for more info.
www.cash4audio.com WANTED: MUSIC BOXES, slot machines, old Juke boxes, any cond. Call or write Frank Zygmunt, PO Box 542, Westmont, IL 60559 email@example.com 630-985-2742
SPORTS CARDS AND other sports related items. Publications, pins, pennants, tickets, etc. Pre-1975. Philadelphia items especially wanted. Ellis, 158 Stratford Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19115, 215-934-5618.
RECORDS IN FREDERICK, MD 33 vinyl LPs, 45s, 78s, Classical, Jazz, Rock, older Pop, Shows, International, etc. Old Glory Antiques L-9, 301-662-9173. Cannon Hill Place (also CDs) 301-6959304. We buy by appt. 301-694-5179.
COLLECTION OF 30 Wallace Nutting Prints: people, animals, homes, foreign, indoor & outdoor, large & small, call for details 717-762-5163.
TIRED OF EBAY? Sell your Sports Cards and Memorabilia to a Collector. Ken Domonkos 848-448-4709, firstname.lastname@example.org
1800-1970 SELL YOUR ANTIQUE TOYS, TRAINS, SPACE TOYS & ROBOTS FOR THE HIGHEST PRICE! No one will pay you higher for Tin Toy Collections! email@example.com 856-547-5521 ANTIQUE TOYS & TOY SOLDIERS WANTED of every description. 1800’s-1950’s. Write for free 3 page illustrated want list. Bruch, P.O. Box 121, Mountaintop, Pa 18707. Call toll-free 800-549-8697 firstname.lastname@example.org MATCHBOX CARS WANTED If you’re interested in selling your collection, call, fax or write, ask for- Larry, 830 Fulton Ave., Lansdale, PA 19446. 215-855-1962 or fax 215-368-9684.
ATTENTION Get the Word Out!! Advertise Your
SERVICE OR SUPPLIES in the Classifieds! Call 1-800-428-4211, x2561
OLD TOY TRAINS, collector will pay generously for well-kept (1900-1970) Lionel, Flyer, Marklin and Ives, trains & accessories. Dr. Bob 215-348-0944
MUSIC BOXES WANTED Buying and Selling Cylinder & Disc Music Boxes, Bird Cages, Bird Boxes, Phonographs, Automatas. Specializing in all Antique Resortation Services for over 60 years. Ask for Gerald Wright. Rita Ford Music Boxes, 1253 Springfield Ave. #304, New Providence, NJ 07974, 908-377-3225, 212-535-6717. www.ritafordmusicboxes.com
NEW WINTER START TIME 10:00 A.M. 2 HOURS OF BOX LOTS Auction To Be Held On Rts. 11/15, Just 6 Miles North Of I-81, Exit 65 Midway Between
MARYSVILLE & DUNCANNON, PA 17020 Beside Leonard’s Oak World
50 LOTS OF COINS INCL. MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS VINTAGE COLLECTIBLES & TOYS GLASSWARE - CARNIVAL - FENTON EPHEMERA - WAR BOOKS - NOVELS NICE FRAMED PRINTS SIGNED WATERCOLORS MANY TABLE-TOP TRAY LOTS OF COLLECTIBLES CANVAS PAINTINGS SUPER NICE FURNITURE TRAYS OF ARTIST SIGNED & COSTUME ESTATE JEWELRY
www.cindyfentonauctioneer.net CINDY FENTON AUCTIONEER #AU003412-L For Info: (717) 957-9399
FULL LISTING & PHOTOS ON WEBSITE - AUCTIONZIP.COM #1146 JEWELRY & COIN LIST ON WEB SITE!!! MANY WONDERFUL COLLECTIBLES!! HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US!!!
TERMS: Cash, PA Check, Visa, MC. No Buyer’s Premium Coins Approx. 12:00 Noon Absentee Bids Accepted Furniture 2:00 P.M. Food Available Severe Weather Date Sunday The 9th 2 P.M. E414932
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Signed “Flitner ‘84”
Signed “Walter Harrowing”
Signed “E. Tufnell”
Signed “F. Borgella”
Oil Still Life Signed “Mary Husted Bangs, 1857”
Painted On Porcelain Miniature of Mrs. John Cadwalader by Robert Field
MID-WINTER ANTIQUE AUCTION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH, 2014 Griffith Hall, Ludwig’s Corner Firehouse
GLENMOORE, PENNSYLVANIA Tramp Art Signed “J.C. Thom”
SELLING ANTIQUE & DECORATIVE FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES, SILVER, PAINTINGS & PRINTS, CLOCKS, CERAMICS, PORCELAINS, ORIENTAL CARPETS, JEWELRY, EPHEMERA, STAMP COLLECTION AND MORE Selling for The Estate of Juliana Todd, Cape May, NJ of the Cadwalader & Bancker Families, The Estate of Frank DeVaux, Blue Bell, PA, A Centreville, DE Estate and other Estates & Collections PREVIEW TIMES: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH FROM 7:00 A.M. UNTIL SALE TIME AT 9:00 A.M.
Rifle Trade Sign
SALE INFORMATION: Our always fun Annual Mid-Winter Sale to be held at Griffith Hall, Ludwig’s Corner Firehouse, 1325 Route 100, Glenmoore PA 19343, (37 miles west of Philadelphia). Phone and Absentee Bid services available. Food available from Catering by Yellow Springs. In the event of severe weather, please call and/or check the web page. DIRECTIONS: From The PA Turnpike: Take Exit 312 “Downingtown Exit” bear right onto Rt. 100 North through the intersection of Route 100 & Route 401 to the Ludwig’s Corner Firehouse on the left. From Delaware: Follow I-95 North to Rt. 202 North to Rt. 100 North, cross Rt. 30 and proceed approximately 8 miles through the intersection of Route 100 & Route 401 to the Ludwig’s Corner Firehouse on the left. TERMS OF SALE: Cash or check with proper identification. NOTE: 20% buyer’s premium and PA 6% sales tax applied to all purchases unless proof of resale number. All purchases must be removed by the end of the sale. Separate Terms & Conditions apply to Internet Bidding via Live Auctioneers www.liveauctioneers.com and Invaluable www.invaluable.com.
Signed “E. Guilloux”
Charles Nicoll Bancker by Thos. Sully
Theodore E. Wiederseim, Auctioneer. AU-003361-L FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND TO VIEW THE CATALOGUE & PHOTOS ONLINE VISIT OUR WEB PAGE AT
www.wiederseim.com OR CALL: 610-827-1910 * 610-574-9010 * FAX 610-827-1930 Chalkware Early Meissen
P.O. BOX 470, CHESTER SPRINGS, PA 19425
Porcelain Black Forest
Nantucket Original Paint Decoration Circa 1880
Signed “John Eberman, Lancaster”
Bronze of Kelso & Gunbow by Rene Williams
Massive, 19” High
Joseph Bonaparte, Point Breeze, NJ Cast Iron, 19th Century
Miniature Dutch Silver Miniature
Pair, Each Signed “Wagner”
Joseph Lehn Box Chinese Porcelain
Starter Cannon, Circa 1860 Salesman’s Sample
Circa 1790 Cherry, Circa 1820
Original Paint Decoration