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Hedi vs. Kay: The Case Of The ‘Copied’ Ceramics Text & Photos by Donald-Brian Johnson

Born in 1906 in Switzerland, Schoop spent her

ceramics designer of the postwar period, and certainly the most ubiquitous. If a Schoop figure proved popular with consumers, an entire line of accompanying décor objects, such as planters, bowls, ashtrays, and candy dishes, would be built around it. At its busiest in the late 1940s, the studio produced over 30,000 giftware items per year, and employed over fifty workers. Hedi Schoop figurines are largely representational, and achieve their visual

rom the Los Angeles Times, Left: Girl with oversize flower April 25, 1942: “Injunction Won by basket, head scarf fashioned of Sculptress: Former Kaye’s “lace”. 10” h., $100 to Employee Accused of Copying $125. Right: Hedi Schoop’s “Tyrolean Girl” strikes a similar Her Creations” pose, but the rest of the interpre“Suit for an injunctation is markedly different. tion in which Hedi 11-1/2” h., $75 to $100. Schoop, sculptress, complained that a former employee had copied her line of statuettes, figurines, and other bric-a-brac to compete against her commercially was decided in her favor yesterday by Superior Judge Arthur Guerin. “The court granted Miss Schoop an injunction restraining Miss early Katherine Schuefftan, years impact described as the former studying employee, from displaysculpture, fash- t h r o u g h ing and selling the line ion design, and o v e r a l l which Miss Hedi Schoop acting. With shape and complained is like or very Hollander, she size, rather similar to hers. fled Nazi Germany in t h a n “Originally, Miss Hedi the early 1930s, settling in t h r o u g h Schoop also had asked for Hollywood, where his composing m i n u t e $10,000 damages, but the mone- career flourished. detailing. tary plea was dropped during the In her new environment, Hedi The figtrial.” amused herself by creating plaster ures are It may not have been front- dolls, which she then painted and o f t e n page news, but this early 1940s dressed in fashions of the day. A caught in lawsuit, pitting one California successful showing of the dolls at a motion — ceramist against another, had all Los Angeles department store a r m s the drama of All About Eve, (at prompted Schoop to adapt extended, least in the decorative arts world.) her ideas to a more permaskirts An established design diva spouts nent medium: ceramics. aflutter, fire when an up-and-comer, (even Early slip-cast figures sold heads worse, a former employee), well from her small bowed — but that motion is attempts to make inroads on her workshop, and a fluid and home turf? What a conversation- larger, North unhurried. starter at the next giftware-buyers Hollywood facility, Rough and gathering! Hedi Schoop Art incised textures The adversaries: ethereal, and Creations, opened combine with wildly popular ceramics queen in 1940. The smooth ones; Hedi Schoop, versus her former impact was colorprotégé, the equally talented immediate, as ful Katherine Schuefftan, (known evidenced by the professionally as Kay McHugh, praise lavreleasing ceramics under the i s h e d markings “Kaye” and Left: Kaye’s “Kaye of Hollywood”). Chinese woman As they say on those with baskets, datTV shows, “the litigants ing from 1948. are on their way into the Note the applied “lace” courtroom—right now!” head scarf, a signature of The Plaintiff: Miss the “Kaye of Hollywood” style. 9-1/2” h., $75 to Schoop $100. Right: Hedi Hedi Schoop could Schoop’s version of a have been a ‘40s film star. basket-carrier, a comShe had an unusual first mon theme in 1940s name, pronounced just like ceramics. “Conchita”, 12-1/2” h., $125 to $150. Hedy Lamarr’s. She had sultry cover-girl looks, reminis- on Hedi that year in a Los Angeles glossy glazes cent of Lauren Bacall. She had an Times ad for Barker Bros.: contrast with bisque. Her exotic overseas background, on “We searched out the creator of subjects — ethnic dancers, the order of Marlene Dietrich. these appealing flower and candle musicians, peasant boys There were even glamorous holders, and found a young lady and girls — are capHollywood connections: her sis- from Switzerland, looking remark- tured at a specific ter was acclaimed ballerina Trudi ably like her own wistful little moment in time. Schoop, her husband, famed flower girls. Her name is Hedi While figurines movie composer Frederick Schoop, and she creates the most by many Hollander. (Among his hits: the charming pottery figures we’ve d e s i g n e r s languid “Falling in Love Again”.) ever seen. She tells us she not only create a Instead, Schoop opted for life designs the pieces, but does all the m o v i n g as a ceramics designer. And, molding and coloring, so that every p i c while her come-hither personal piece is very much her own execu- ture, a appeal no doubt caused dowdier tion. Very whimsical and smart!” figurine contemporaries to shake their Many Hedi Schoop figurines by Hedi bunned heads in dismay, it was came equipped for secondary uses Schoop is a talent that made Schoop one of — from flower-holders and wall c a p t i v a t i n g the most popular (and most imi- pockets, to candlesticks and soap still photo. tated) ceramic artists of the 1940s dishes. Hedi was perhaps the most The Defendant: Miss McHugh and ‘50s. commercially successful California Unfortunately, the broadly

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drawn features, soft colors, and rippling garments of Schoop’s oversize figurines and planters made them easy to copy. During the height of her career, similar designs were turned out by a variety of other California ceramic firms, usually run by former Schoop employees. The most notable: one-time Schoop decorator Kay McHugh (Katherine Schuefftan). It was McHugh’s line of ceramics, first marketed as “ K a y e Figurines”, which resulted in that 1942 court injunction. Over the

Left: Kim W a r d “Dutch Couple”, 51/2” h., 5” h., $20 to $30/pr. Right: Hedi Schoop’s earlier riff on a similar Dutch theme: “My Sister & I”, 11” h., $175 to $200/pr.

years, Kay McHugh’s reputation as a ceramist has suffered, not only because of the Schoop controversy, but also because of an inferior line of ceramics produced by her ex-husband Peter Schuefftan in the late 1940s. ( Schuefftan used McHugh’s designs for these figurines, released under the name “Kim Ward Ceramics”.) McHugh’s own originality and distinctive style, present in both her “Kaye”, and later “Kaye of Hollywood” figurines, have too often been overshadowed by those long-ago legal machinations. She’s been relegated to the role of furtive copyist, rather than being recognized as a talented artist in h e r o w n right.

Her son, editor and author Kim Schuefftan, offered these comments on his mother’s career, the Schoop lawsuit, and its aftermath: “The Schoop incident remains somewhat mysterious, as does the early relationship between Hedi Schoop and my parents, Peter Schuefftan and Kay McHugh. “Hedi Schoop started out in partnership with them, making pottery at a location on Ve n t u r a Boulevard n e a r Coldwater Canyon in the S a n Fernando Valley. To the best of my knowledge, neither my mother or father worked ‘for’ Hedi Schoop. Rather, as noted, the three had some kind of partnership. However, I have no idea who financed that first, short-lived pottery effort, so legally Hedi might possibly have been ‘boss’. Around 1940, the pottery moved to 5004 Vineland in North Hollywood. Shortly thereafter, Schoop sued McHugh who, with Schuefftan, was producing a line of ceramics under the name ‘Kaye Figurines’. “My parents then divorced. Peter Schuefftan moved to Fletcher Road and started his own pottery, ‘Kim Ward Ceramics’, unfortunately naming it after his son (me), and using McHugh’s designs. The ‘Kim Ward’ designs changed somewhat, as the old plaster molds wore out. ‘Kim Ward Pottery’ ceased operations in about 1950, when my father took employment as a salesman with Metlox. “Kay McHugh renamed her pottery ‘Kaye of Hollywood’, moved the plant to Burbank after the war, then sold it in about 1948. New and rather tacky designs were added after that. “As for the copying problem that was the basis of Hedi Schoop’s lawsuit, at this point there seems little means of determining its validity. My mother was a member of the first graduating (Continued on page 2)

Left: Two Kaye wall pocket vases, with fan skirts 9” h., $175 to $200/pr.. Right: Hedi Schoop’s graceful “Blue Dancers” kick up their heels, also showing off fanned skirts, 12-1/2” h., $275 to $300/pr.


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HEIDI VS. KAY (Continued from page 1)

Close as pages in a book. Style similarities abound, in this bouquet of figurines by Hedi Schoop and two former employees. From left: flower girls by Hedi Schoop, 9-1/2” h.; Kaye, 10” h.; Yona, Hedi’s “Peasant Couple”, 137-1/2” h. Each, $50 to $75. 1/2” h.; 14” h., $150 to $175/pr. Schoop’s “Umbrella Girl”, 12” h., $100 to $125.

Closing Arguments problem. There were many The case of “Hedi versus lines of quaint/decorative/charming Kay” was definitely a rarity. Since artistic design infringement is so difficult to prove, there are literally no documented contemporary cases available for comparison. Particularly unusual is the outcome. Despite a basic similarity in style, the “Kaye” figurines were in no sense out-and-out copies of Hedi Schoop’s. And why was Kay McHugh singled out? Ceramics by other former Schoop employees who achieved independent success, (such as Yona Lippin), Hedi Schoop “Tree were equally Hedi-influ- Unique Planter”. When the five indienced, yet no lawsuits vidual tube planters are filled, resulted. the girl appears to be reaching The glamorous Hedi Schoop gets down to business in her studio, “Kaye of Hollywood” fig- for the blossoms above her. 12” circa 1948. urines, in particular, show off h., $200 to $225. Schoop’s have clear similari- middle-class kitsch figurines McHugh’s design innovaties, particularly in poses and being produced in southern tions, easily setting her work slip-color decoration. The California during the 1940s apart from that of her onefaces, however, are very dif- and after, but that is not really time mentor. Molded (rather ferent. I am convinced that an explanation. However, I than painted) flowers are a Kay McHugh did not copy hope my little narrative at McHugh signature, adding a Hedi Schoop, (and vice least sheds some light on the lively dimensionality to her versa). But how to explain the history and background of the work. Also notable: the use of similarities? That remains a potteries.” applied “lace” for shawls, scarves, and the like, contrasting with the otherwise smooth ceramic. (“That ‘lace’”, notes Kim Schuefftan, “was nothing more than dishcloths soaked in slip and fired.”) Had the Schoop/McHugh pocket head vase by case been heard several years Wall “Kaye” (Kay McHugh), 5-3/4” later, the results might have h., $100 to $125. P.O. Box 500, Mount Joy, PA 17552 been different. Following World War II, 800-800-1833 717-653-1833 717-653-6165 fax the United e-mail: antiquesnews@engleonline.com States giftware Editor - Denise Sater, Ext. 2540 market was awash in Advertising Sales imported lookJohn Barilla, Ext. 2536 Beth Funk, Ext. 2537 alikes. Usually, Circulation - Linda Deshler, Ext. 2541 there was little attempt to disClassifieds guise the origi1-800-428-4211 Fax 717-492-2566 nal source. Overseas manuSample copy ........................... $2.50 facturers, (priDoing 1 YEAR, third class ............... $28.00 marily in Our Part 1 YEAR, first class ................ $80.00 Japan), cast 6 MONTHS, first class .......... $48.00 molds from All checks must be in U.S. funds. actual figurines (including Checks must be drawn on U.S. bank Hedi’s and Incised lines, outstretched arms, and angled OR add $7.00 to subscription price. postures all create the illusion of bodies in (Continued on motion — a hallmark of Hedi Schoop. Girls in Antiques & Auction News is distributed at shops, page 5) green, 7” h., $150 to $175/pr. shows, markets and auctions throughout the Northeastern United States.

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nature verification is an important means of identifying works by Schoop, McHugh, and really, any other mid-twentieth century American ceramist.) Sold at bargain-basement prices, imports knocked the bottom out of domestic production. Some manufacturers did their best to turn those lemons into lemonade. For example, before shutting down Madison’s Ceramic Arts Studio in 1955, proprietor Reuben Sand sold various original CAS molds and copyrights to arch-nemesis, Mahana Imports. His reasoning: “at least that way, the quality of those Mahana imitations can only improve!� Others, like Hedi Schoop, elected to move in new directions when outside forces intervened. The Schoop factory was destroyed by fire in 1958. After collaborating for a time with “The California Cleminsons� on their line of decorative housewares, Schoop retired from ceramic design, focusing instead on painting. Kay McHugh, notes Kim Schuefftan, “attempted another ceramic foray in the early 1950s. She briefly produced spongeware bowls and the

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07701 Red Bank 732-224-0033 MONMOUTH ST. EMPORIUM, 27 Monmouth St., Multi-Dealer, vintage furniture & accessories, jewelry, home decor, lighting, art, glassware, shabby. Open 7 days/ week. Space available. 07701 Red Bank 732-842-7377 MONMOUTH ANTIQUE SHOPPES, 217 W. Front St. 40 Dealers located in the Antiques District of Red Bank (6 Lg. Multi-dealer shops). Open 7 days 11am5pm. 2 blocks from RR. 1.5 miles off Garden State Parkway ext. 109. monmouthantiqueshoppes.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, F/Sat 11-5, Su 10-5. doverantiquecenter.com

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

21043 Ellicott City 410-465-4444 TAYLOR’S ANTIQUE MALL, Historic District. Cor. of Frederick Rd & Old Columbia Pike. 16,000 Sq.Ft. of Antiques & Collectibles. Mon.- Sat. 10-5 & Sunday Noon-5.

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

21078 Havre de Grace 410-942-0701 SENECA CANNERY ANTIQUES, 201 St. John St... Largest Mall in Havre de Grace with 50+ quality dealers. Open 7 days, M-S 10-5, S 11-5. Wide Selection of antiques & collectibles.

07930 Chester 908-879-7836 CHESTER ANTIQUE MALL, 30+ Dlrs, no reproductions. 427 Rt.510 (old RT24) between Mendham & Chester, Tues -Sat 10:30-5:00, Sun. 11:30-5:00. Furniture, primitives, glass, jewelry, art, etc.

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Guitar - one of several Consalvos artworks in the sale - could make $6,000 to $8,000. Contemporary Chinese painter Guo Runwen’s early oil on canvas titled Standing Nude with Back View was purchased directly from the artist in 1988 at his studio in Guangzhou, China. Fresh from a Delaware collection, the 31-1/2- by 21-1/2-inch artwork is estimated at $30,000 to $40,000. Another 20th-century Chinese painting, Fan Zeng’s (born 1955-) ink and color on paper titled Zhong Kui Shen Wei, is signed and bears two seals. In vertical format measuring 53 by 26 inches, it carries an estimate of $6,000 to $8,000. There are many early Asian works scheduled to cross the auction block, including a dimensionally carved 12th-century marble relief from Jain in northern India. Featuring deities, elephants and other animals in a temple setting, it measures 30-1/2 by 10 inches and is 7 inches deep. Estimate: $4,000 to $6,000. Also to be offered is a finely carved 18th-century Chinese ivory vase estimated at $4,000 to $6,000. The Dream of the Abiku

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circa 1960) was a cigar roller whose natural talent as an artist was not widely known until after his death. Consalvos presciently created modernist collages that incorporate cigar bands and cigar-box paper as well as photographs, postage stamps and magazine images. His mixed-media depiction titled

Prince Twins Seven-Seven (Nigerian, 1944-2011), “The Dream of the Abiku Child,” ink, watercolor and oil on brown wrapping paper glued to plywood, 40 by 27 inches. Estimate $4,000 to $6,000. Material Culture image.

08505 Bordentown 609-298-1424 SHOPPE 202, 202 Farnsworth Ave., Exit 7 NJ Turnpike, 206 N-1 mile. Antiques, custom framing, collectibles, art & furniture. Tues. thru Sat. 11-5, Fri. till 8. 08525 Hopewell 609-466-9833 TOMATO FACTORY ANTIQUE & DESIGN CENTER 2 Somerset St. We Have It All! www.thetomatofactory.com Open Mon. thru Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. We have 38 Dealers. 08876 Somerville 908-218-1234 ANTIQUES EMPORIUM, 29 Division St. Open 7 days 11-5. Municipal parking free on weekends! Be sure to come in for all the special discounts ongoing! Lots of fresh merchandise daily!

17090 Shermans Dale 717-582-3457 HEARTS DESIGN AT NEEDFUL THINGS RT34, 5800 Spring Rd. Open 7 days/ week 10-6. Antiques, Gifts & Custom Embroidery, Green Mt. Coffee, Yankee Candles, www.heartsdesign.com FIND US ON FACEBOOK 17552 Mount Joy 717-653-9026 STONE BARN ANTIQUES, 21/2 miles east of Mount Joy, on Chiques Road, across from Liederkranz. Oak & pine furniture & general line. Call for appointment. 17745 Lock Haven 570-893-1650 MARKET HAUS & GROVE, U.S. RT 220 Lock Haven, PA exit RT 120. Open Thurs. - Sun. 9:30-5. 22,000 sq. ft. of antiques, crafts, collectibles, furniture & such. A trip you’ll always remember. 17810 Allenwood 570-538-1886 BALD EAGLE ANTIQUE CENTER, Rt. 15approx 10-12 mi. N of I-80, Exit 210B or 9 mi. S of Williamsport, PA. Full general line. Dlrs Welcome. Open Saturday & Sunday 10-5 Closed snow days.

18080 Slatington 610-767-8400 BUS STOP INDOOR FLEA MARKET 8281 RT 873, every Fri., Sat., Sun. 9am-5pm. Crafts, Antiques, & Flea Market items. Former Keystone Lamp Factory. New vendors welcomed.

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

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.

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.

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

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18655 Shickshinny 570-542-4489 JAKE’S OUTPOST 51 W. Union St. Antiques, Collectibles & Militaria. Hrs. Thursdays & Fridays 9am-6pm. Reopening March 15th.

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18705 Plains 570-270-3107 Cook & Cook Antiques and Home Furnishings, 29 E. Carey St. Quality multidlr shop. Antiques, furniture, lighting, jewelry, collectibles. Open Tues.-Sat. 10-5 vendors welcomed cookandcookantiques.com

19343 Glenmoore 484-888-1009 CRICKET’S GARDEN MARKET 1641 Horseshoe Pike. Antique & Vintage Garden Accents along with Plants Galore! Hours 10am-5pm. Wed. thru Mon. www.cricketsgardenmarket.com

18901 Doylestown 215-348-4864 ANTIQUES IN DOYLESTOWN 35 E. State St. Fab, better & costume jewelry, art, kitchenware, pottery, smalls, clothing. Prices reflect economic times. Wed. 11-5 Thurs.12-6 Fri.11-8 Sat 11-6 18914 Chalfont 215-997-3227 BUCKS COUNTY ANTIQUE GALLERY, 8 Skyline Dr. Just off Rt. 202, S of Rt.152. Antiques & more. Old/ new accessories, consignment furniture. 12,000 sq ft. of Bucks County’s Best. Tu.-Sa. 10-5, Sun 12-5 buckscountyantiquegallery.biz 18930 Kintnersville 610-847-1966 GRISTIES ANTIQUES AND ODDITIES, Rt. 611 near Rt. 32. 30 Dealers. Smalls and primitives to fine furniture. Open every day 11-5. Free parking. 18940 Wrightstown 215-598-8837 NOSTALGIC NOOK, Rt413, Carousel Village at Indian Walk. China, Stangl, Pennsbury Pottery, Glass-Cut & Pressed, Silver, Primitives, Furniture, Frames, Lamps. M-Sa 10-6. Sun 11-5. 18944 Perkasie 215-257-3564 TREASURE TROVE, 6 S. 7th Street. Estate jewelry, furniture, linens, vintage clothing, glass, china, books, toys, kitchenware, advertising, postcards. Primitives to Deco. Dealers Welcome. Mon.-Sat. 10-5. “Since 1980.”

18947 Pipersville 215-766-7145 BUX-MONT CONSIGNMENT SHOPPE 6719 Easton Rd. Over 75 vendors with Antiques, Collectibles & Consignments. Specializing in Military & Auto. Open Daily 9-5, closed Tues./ Wed. 18951 Quakertown 215-536-4547 ANTIQUES AT 200 EAST, Rts 212 & 313. Multi-DLR shop; EAST BROAD ANTIQUES, 141 E. Broad St. 215-5364408. One Stop 2 Fantastic Stores. Shop Where Dealers Buy! Open 7 days. 18962 Silverdale 215-453-1414 THE FACTORY ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES, 130 West Main St, Rt 113, Bucks County. Featuring over 40 fine Buck’s County Dealers. Open Wednesday thru Sunday 10am to 5pm.

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5/06/12, TUCKERTON, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Vintage Bike, 122 E Main St, Outdoors 5/19/12, TITUSVILLE, SAT 9 AM-3 PM, Pinback Button, Cor of River Rd (Rt 29) & Church Rd, Titusville United Methodist Church 5/26/12, AVALON, SAT 10 AM, Antique, 30th The Beach, Avalon Community Center NEW YORK 5/05-06/12, GREENWICH, SAT 8 AM-6 PM SUN 9 AM-4 PM, Antique Fair & Flea Market, Washington County Fairgrounds 5/06/12, SMITHTOWN L I, SUN 10 AM-4:30 PM, Antiques & Garden Fair, Rt 25A & 25, The Society House OHIO 5/19/12, KIRTLAND, SAT 9 AMNOON, Watch & Clock, State Rt 306 & I-90, Lakeland Community College

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Fan Zeng (Chinese, born 1938), “Zhong Kui Shen Wei,� ink and color on paper, signed, two seals, 53 by 26 inches. Estimate $6,000 to $8,000. Material Culture image.

James Charles Castle (American, 1899-1977), “Labor Day,� drawing on paper, 4 by 17-1/2 inches. Estimate $4,000 to $6,000. Material Culture image.

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Felipe Jesus Consalvos (Cuban-American, 1891 - circa 1960), “Guitar,� mixed media. Estimate $6,000 to $8,000. Material Culture image.

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5/18/12, DELAWARE, FRI 10 AM, Early American Antiques & Decorative Arts, 2690 Stratford Rd, Garth's Auctioneers & Appraisers PENNSYLVANIA 5/04/12, GARNET VALLEY, FRI 4 PM, Antique & Decorative Arts, 1347 Naamans Creek Rd, Briggs Auction, Inc. 5/05/12, BETHLEHEM, SAT 10 AM, English Bristol, artwork, books, country & early furniture, 1952 Chevy Dump Truck (noon), OnSite 1311 Santee Mill Rd, Tom Hall Auctions 5/05/12, EAST BERLIN, SAT 9 AM, Antiques, tools, metal, household, furniture etc., 509 Beaver St, Hardy Auctioneers 5/05/12, EPHRATA, SAT 9 AM, Stone Berks County Line marker sandstone window sills, horse coin operated ride, antiques & collectibles, 125 Church Ave, Rich Harry 5/05/12, MILLERSVILLE, SAT 8:30 AM, Furniture, oriental, wood, glass, Redware etc., 437 Penn View Dr, Probst Family Auctions

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From The Land Of 10,000 Lakes And Shimmering Sunsets On Water...Comes A Classic Rich Penn Auction Event For anyone growing up in the midst of Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes, the allure of water is powerful. That allure fueled one man’s efforts to build an impressive collection of classic boats and an equally impressive museum full of boating related mem-

ories. Over the past thirty years Paul Mikkelson assembled what has been recognized as the finest collection of Larson Falls Flyer speed boats in the entire world. Most of these speedboats, built in the 1940’s, are as stylish today as they were when built. The unique Boat outboard motor with stand, Emmons “Oarsman,” circa 1913-1916, a very rare standard 2 h.p. rowboat motor featuring a fold-up rudder that “clamps on a boat like a wringer on a tub,” manufactured by E m m o n s Specialty Company - Detroit, Michigan, restored, 38 inches high, comes with cast metal stand.

Boat dealer advertising has over 200 clock, Woolsey Marine outboard Paints, manufactured motors by Charles S. including Wayne, aluminum over 100 frame with bubble t h a t glass face, nice h a v e mermaid graphb e e n ics, excellent concarefully dition, 15 inches high by 15 inches restored. wide. T h o s e 10,000 lakes the Willmar Civic Toy boats (2), runabouts, had wildlife as Center. Friday’s uncataprobably by well. So loged session will be at Keystone, keywind boats with wood Mikkelson’s collection also Mikkelson’s 10,000 square included duck decoys. Nearly hulls and metal foot storage building. The decks, both very good 300 will be offered along building is full of with a treasure trove of condition and 13 inches long. boats, motors and advertising and dealer parts that were all career, Mikkelson related part of his restorahas made the tion plans. difficult According to Paul, deci“Time just never allowed me to get it all sion to done.” The Friday sessell his remarkable sion will be just for those M i k k e l s o n in attendance. There Collection Boating won’t be Museum. The collection, in internet, its entirety will be offered at or To y absentee auction, without reserve. boats (2), telephone bidThe Mikkelson Lindstrom tin ding on Friday. Collection Auction Event windups, smaller one marked Paul’s history will be held by Rich Baby “L,” circa 1940s, both very in Willmar is deep and rich. good condition, 10 inches and 20 Penn Auctions in He grew up there, married, Willmar, Minnesota inches long. raised his family and collecton May 18 to 20, 2012. ed there. The lakes, water and Paul Mikkelson’s unique col- literature and signs. Rich boating were a part of his life lection of water-borne Penn said, “We were honored from the time he was a child. antiques and collectibles will that Paul chose us to help T h a t ’ s be available to boating enthu- with this important auction. We’ve been working with siasts across the world. Along with the over 20 him for months now and Falls Flyers, we’re looking forward to Mikkelson’s collection May. This is a great collechas nearly 1,000 toy tion and it’s going to be a fun boats and miniature auction!” The Auction Event will outboard motors, plus more than 30 other full be held in Paul’s hometown size vintage boats. But there’s of Willmar, with the Saturday even more. The collection and Sunday sessions being at

oak and cedar wooden hulls were covered with the same kind of canvas used in aircraft construction. Built in Little Falls, Minnesota, the home of aviator Charles Lindbergh, their kinship to flight was formalized when the line of boats was given the name Falls Flyer. Now, in the sunset of his collecting

where he not only developed his passion for the full size vessels, but Toy boat counter display box with 4 Superior metal boats, circa 1950s-1960s, 3 non-powered and 1 windup, boats in excellent condition, box is very good, each 7 inches long.

found the hunt for the toy versions just as challenging and gratifying. “I played each summer with Falls Flyers boats,” Paul explains. “Eventually I began this collection which gave me a chance to have an adventure…the challenge of the hunt for t h e

Toy boat, Japanese ITO “N 133,”, wood, battery powered, circa 1940s-1950s, excellent condition, 24 inches long.

unusual and rare.” The Larson “Falls Flyer” collection is

widely recognized as being the best, most complete collection of the classic speed boats in the world. Named after Charles Lindbergh, the Aviator from the home of Larson boats in Little Falls, Minnesota, the mid-20th century Falls Flyer speedboats were classic “Woody” motor boats. They were built with a canvas skin over an oak structure and cedar body. Their styling was timeless and captured the spirit of “Flight.” Mikkelson tried to collect enough Falls Flyers to tell the story of the boat’s legacy in chronological order. He did achieve that. In the process he acquired three inboard models, of only 18 Falls Flyers built with inboard engines. Those three (Continued on page 12)

Boat motor dealer advertising neon sign, Johnson Sea-Horse Outboard Motors, oval shaped, excellent condition, 8 inches high by 18.5 inches wide.

Phone (610) 799-0808 4644 (Rt. 309) Main Street Schnecksville, PA 18078

“Auction at the House” SATURDAY, MAY 5TH

Part Of Early English Bristol

Early Flintlock Pistol

AT 10 A.M. * PREVIEW 9 A.M. Selling for the Estate of Amanda (Johnnie) Johnston Leckonby

1311 Santee Mill Road, BETHLEHEM,

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1952 Chevy Dump Truck

Wallis Early Flintlock Pistol Mrs. Leckonby was the granddaughter of Archibald Johnston - the first Mayor of Bethlehem. She was also the wife of the late (Bill) Leckonby - who for many years was the head football coach & then athletic director at Lehigh University. 10 A.M.: 100 Pcs. Early English Bristol in clear, white, blue, cranberry, “Lehnware,” saffron cup w/lid, Crown Royal Staffordshire birds modeled by J.T. Jones, 2 early Flintlock pistols incl. 1 signed Wallis & 1 unsigned-family indicates carried by John Johnston, Master of Stores, Waterloo 1815, pr. heavily gold decorated & ornate metal decorated dueling Flintlock 22” pistols, many plate sets, carved canes incl. horse, (3) A.M. 390 dolls, 2 Skookum dolls (12”, 13”), Black Forest bear smoke stand, Gerome Nice Co. 30-hour shelf clock, French beehive clock, 3 early doorstops, coverlets & quilts, 1920-1924 scrapbooks, pewter coffeepot (stamped D.H.K., No. 1, EX ), 15 crocks, China copper incl. lg. copper apple butter kettle, Fireman’s hose nozzle, plus!!! Artwork Includes: Artist signed oil of Archibald Johnston, Early engravings - Views of Bethlehem, PA, “Stadt Sindelfingen,” “The Island at Bethlehem” in 1832, set of Folk Art Painting 9 early Moravian prints, color engraving - Castle in Germany, Nimrod, Glenfishiel 1824, o/c primitive scene farmhouse - men in small boat, O/C primitive snow scene, 2 Currier & Ives - The Fall of Richmond, VA, on the night of April 2, 1865, Sinking of the Steamship Oregon of Cunard Line (both with some discoloration), plus!!! Hundreds Of Incredible And Diverse Books. Subject matters include historical, early (c. 1930s) illustrated children’s books, travel, cultural, British author books, etc. Notables include: “A History of Bethlehem, PA” 1741-1892 by Joseph Mortimer Levering, Bishop of the Moravian Church, 1903 in two volumes; and “Souvenir,” a Moravian Seminary for Young Ladies Souvenir of the 1879-1880 Session, Bethlehem, PA 1874; many other Bethlehem - related historical books. Scores of children’s “classics.” Incl., Edgar Rice Burroughs - approx. 22 Tarzan series books, “Chessmen of Mars,” “The Queen of the Pirate Isle,” Kate Greenaway illus..; “Pinocchio,” Frederick Richardson illus..; “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea,” Milo Winter illus.., etc. A very large collection of the “St. Nicholas” series, approx. 76 volumes, 1877-1920! Only a very few volumes missing. Others misc. incl. 23 by Martha Finley, approx. 30 by Horatio Alger, 19 by L. Muhlbach, several by John Beverly Nichols, 4 “Eros” books, incl. 1 Autumn 1962 (Marilyn Monroe cover), “The Works of Charles Dickens” in thirty volumes, A full and complete 30-volume set, with a low number 341 of only 1,000 copies, w/crisp, clean engravings, plus!!! 11 A.M. Begin Nice Country & Early Furniture Including Stepback Cupboard, Empire Jelly cupboard, graduated 10 drawer chest-on-bracket foot base, Dry Sink, Dovetailed Chippendale style table w/ball & claw feet, mortised benches, early Tiger Maple 1 drawer stand w/Hepplewhite legs, 6 stenciled Arrowbacks, Windsor style Edgar Rice Burroughs chair, early stenciled armchair, 1 drawer Sheraton side table, QA side table, country single door cabinet w/peg construction, bow glass china cabinet, Hoosier cabinet, 22 Tarzan Series Books early poster bed, rockers, child’s chair & rocker, Tiger Maple late Sheraton 3 drawer chest w/secretary desk top & glass pulls, Oriental rugs incl. room size, Howard Miller chair (as-is), Heckewelder Moravian chair w/mortised legs (family history suggests property of Archibald B. Johnston - born 1767 - died 1849), unique metal trunk with lg. skeleton key & secret combination (belonged to the great-grandfather), Walnut executive desk, vintage Super E-Z est. Way enameled stove, lg. cement planter, Stepback plus!!! 12 Noon: 1952 Chevy Dump Truck, 44,231 miles, stick shift on the floor, needs restoration. Cupboard

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100s of photographs at * Absentee bids happily accepted!!! info@tomhallauctions.com or call us at 610-799-0808 * auction day phone number only 610-428-7074 NOTE: PARKING IS IN A CROP FIELD ONLY!!! DO NOT ATTEMPT TO PARK ON SANTEE MILL ROAD!!! IN THE EVENT OF HEAVY RAIN THIS AUCTION WILL BE CANCELED DUE TO THE PARKING SITUATION. PLEASE VIEW WEBSITE WEDNESDAY, MAY 2ND FOR CONFIRMATION. IF AUCTION IS CANCELED THESE ITEMS WILL BE BROUGHT TO TOM HALL AUCTION Oriental Rug GALLERY TO BE SOLD ON MAY 15TH. (Approx. 4x6)

Lehnware Saffron Cup w/Lid Folk Art Painting

Oil Painting, Artist Signed

1 Of The Early Engravings

St. Nicholas - 76 Volumes

Blanket Chest

2 Of 20 Dolls

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Heckewelder Moravian Chair With Mortised Legs


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ANNE SMITH’S

ANTIQUE TOY MUSEUM

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AUCTION DATE: Saturday, May 12 @ 10:00 am EXHIBITION DATES: Wed., May 9th from 10 am to 4 pm; Thurs., May 10th from 10 am to 7 pm; Fri., May 11th from 10 am to 4 pm

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Comprising Doll Houses and Accessories, Games, Toys, Miniature Carousel, Children’s Books, and Related Items


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boats would shine at any woody boating venue in the world and are Paul’s favorites. Mikkelson’s passion crossed over into toy boats with equal vigor. With virtually hundreds of examples, the toy boat collection resided in carefully organized displays. Paul was particular over the years with his selections, not wanting broken or nonrepairable toys. So not only are these toys in excellent condition, but many have original boxes and packaging, making them some of the most unique and desirable in the hobby. With examples in virtually every mater-

of boat replica represented…racing, futuristic, speedsters, cruisers, and even a bevy of military vessels. In addition, Paul has accumulated one of the largest single collections of miniature outboard motors known, over 400. Many are still with original packaging and instructions. This has been a collection built Boat motor dealer advertising from Paul’s passion for signs (2), Evinrude Motors, boats and an honest effort to circa 1960s, paper/cardboard, capture the magic and qualiboth nicely framed, both very good condition, each 50 inches ty represented by these creative toys. high by 38 inches wide. But he didn’t collect just tured by Steel Materials miniature outboard motors. Company of Detroit, the first The auction will include 300 electric toy outboard motor full size outboard motors, with four coils. with about half of them fully This boat sits restored. Among the restored a m o n g examples include some of the Boucher, Bowman,

rarest of the rare. With names like Indian, Waterman, Caille,

T o y boat, ITO bobtail launch, mahogany, a very rare boat, beautifully restored, 24 inches long. Toy boat, ignition f i r e Hornet, a very rare wood speed boat with gasoline engine, circa 1930s, in excellent condition, 28 inches long.

Champion, Gray, Koban, Motorgo, Neptune, Lockwood, Wisconsin, Ferro, Evinrude, Johnson, Mercury (Continued on page 13)

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Fleischmann, LOCATED AT: 5673 Buena Vista Rd., 17527 Orkin Craft, Directions: Rt. 340 To 897 S. Approx. 1 Mile To Buena Vista Rd., From Rt. 30 1125 Arnold Avenue, H o r n b y, Take 897 N. Approx. 3 Miles To Buena Vista Rd. Or Flaud’s Greenhouse. dozens of Preview Tuesday Eve. From 5 P.M. To 8 P.M. 08742 Terms Of Sale: Cash And PA Check, Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, ND Toy boat, Japanese ITO dragon boat with lion I T O ’ s , EVERY 2 SATURDAY & LAST Discover) • 5% Fee Will Be Waived If Paid By Cash Or PA Check. motif, wood, battery powered with light-up eyes M a r k l i n , Owner And Auctioneer Will Not Be Responsible For Accidents. SATURDAY OF THE MONTH AT 9:30 A.M. on lion, green with blue hull, excellent condition A r i s t o C r a f t For Full Listing See Last Week’s Issue Lots Of Antiques, Collectibles, Glassware, Pottery, model boats, with wood box, 18 inches long. For Photos: Go To auctionzip.com ID#25310 Clean Used Furniture, Jewelry, Etc. unique Schuco ial; wood, plastic, pressed Herb Atkins, Auctioneer steel and even cardboard, they Elektro Record Speed Boats AUCTIONEER: Buyer’s Premium. Major Credit Cards Accepted Daniel F. Stoltzfus Lic. #AU005680 come with equally diverse and early 1930s Sutcliffe Boat (717) 442-9493 drive power. From rubber Company boats. Those were Next Auctions: SALE FOR: AARON & BARBARA FLAUD band, wind, battery, gas and the boats that pioneered boat May 12 & May 26 717-442-9013 alcohol, clockwork, wind-up hulls made from a single Sale Held In Tent. Please Bring Chair. pressing of metal. The collecPhone: 732-892-6040 Fax: 732-892-4610 to steam driven, you’ll find Announcements Day Of Sale Take Precedence Over More Info. On Our Web Site At www.concepts1auction.com Any Printed Material. Food on Premises. examples in the Mikkelson tion has virtually every style S743103 Collection. And with names that are from the “Who’s Who” in - MONDAY, MAY 7TH • 5:30 P.M. toy boat Roma Club - 739 Lincoln Avenue, BURLINGTON, NJ manufactur1980’s Phillies World Series ticket, sterling compote, Tiffany style lamp; ing. doilies; Bradley/Hubbard brass lamp; walking canes; ebony statues; hand th 9:00 A.M. painted side table; carved bird; Carnival glass; Lionel Trains refrigerator The toys car; Baby Ruth car; signal man; oil tankers Victorian hairpins; 1860’s light include many Located approximately 50 miles northwest of Harrisburg, PA in the village of blue platter, 1920-30 US metal toy company New Year’s Eve noisemakers; rare items African carved mask; oriental carved mask; quantity of costume jewelry; 2 (Juniata County) at the “Village Merchants” building. scrimshaw horns; pen knives; 1920 flashlight; US stamps and first day like the Follow auction signs off Route 35 at Juniata Valley Bank in Richfield. covers; Fashion Barbies; 1920’s ice cream scoop; 8mm projector; folding King Craft camera, 1940 Bosson heads; Standard gauge trains, Lionel, Bachmann; near C l a p p e r, Peanut Butter Glasses (475+) mint battery-operated toys in boxes, 1960-80; Coins - 5-1971 Ike 40% At this auction will be a full range of flowered glasses to include the very rare “THISTLE,” Frosted manudollars; 4-1972 40% Ike dollars; 1918-S walking Liberty half; 2003 mint Lilac, and Tea Seed, Black-Eyed Susan, Fairyland Orchid, fancy red Columbine and many other high end set; 1991 mint set; 1993 mint set; California gold token; 1915-S (key) f a c -

S737194

Point Pleasant, NJ

AUCTION

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Saturday, May 12 , 2012 RICHFIELD, PA

glasses. Also included are many dog, bird, transportation, to include the Ox Cart, Black Americana, fruit, juice, tea, and Christmas glasses.

Terms: Cash or good check - no buyer’s premium. Auctioneer: Robert Leitzel AU-002062-L Richfield, PA (717) 694-3287 ID required for bidder number. For a complete list of glasses use auctionzip.com (auctioneer ID #28655) Owners, Auctioneers, or Village Merchants are not responsible for accidents. Doors open at 7:00 A.M. for preview. Lunch stand provided.

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SASSAMANSVILLE, PA

ARN B. MALMBERG AUCTIONEER PA #AU-2747-L

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19472 Directions: West Of Frederick, PA, On Hoffmansville Rd. Between Rt. 663 & Rt. 100, 3 Miles North Of Boyertown, PA. Watch For Signs. Antiques & Collectibles, Clean Modern Furniture & Working Appliances, Lg. Assort. Of Brand-Name Power Tools & Woodworking Shop Equip., Lg. Collector Toy Collect., Hunting Supplies & Equip. Includes Gov. Winthrop & 2 Slant Front Desks & Other, Curly Mahog. Cedar Chest & Wardrobe & 2 Others, Shaker Style Drop Leaf Table, 2 Pc. Mahog. Hepplewhite Style BR Set, Cottage Style Washstand, Lyre Style Coffee Table, GWW & Tiffany Style Lamps & Others, Depression & Carnival Glass, Green Opal Glass, Fire-King, Art Pottery, Majolica, 4 Pc. & 5 Pc. Maple BR Sets, Maple High Sink & 5 Pc. Breakfast Set, Chippendale Style Mirror, 3 Pc. Wicker Porch Set, Hitchcock Style Chairs, Mission Style Rocker, Old School Desk, CI Figures Collect., Knickknacks, Pitcher Pump, Parlor Heater, Old Trunk & Jugs, Photog. Items, Books & Records, 8 Track Tapes & Player/Radio, Country Cabinet, Mortise Bench, Valley Folk Guitar, Milk Cans, Canning & Oil Jars, Tins, CI Pig Trough, Lg. Costume Jewelry Collect., Men’s & Ladies’ Vintage Hats & Furs, Martha Washington Sewing Stand & Other, Quilts & Afghans, Linens & Fancywork, Morse Sewing Mach., Assort. Kitchenwares & Gadgets, Sm. Appliances, Color TVs, Holiday Decor., 3 Pc. LR Table Set, Buffet, Oak & Pleated Chairs, Power Lift Chair & Recliners, Leather Office Chairs & Refrig., Frigidaire Refrig./Freezer, Window A/C, 1964-2011 Hess Truck Collect. Ertl & Texaco Truck Collect., John Deere Toy Tractor Collect., Franklin Mint Classic Car Model Collect., CI Horse & Wagon, 2 Bicycles, Toy Slot Mach. & Cash Registers, Deer & Pheasant & Alligator Mounts & Antlers, Hand & Garden Tools, Lawn Ornaments, Cleaning Supplies, Lg. Assort. Of Newer Brand-Name Power Hand Tools & Kits & Wood Shop Equip. Incl. Craftsman, Delta, DeWalt, Makita, Skil, B&D, Ryobi, Dremel, Hitachi, Stein, Rockwell, Cent. Mach. Port. Dust Collector, Delta Lathe & Jointer, Band Saws, Pedestal Grinders, Craftsman 7.75 HP Snowblower & 1 HP Air Compressor, Sm. Welder, Central Pneumatic Sandblast Cabinet, Beth. Steel Scale w/Wts., Benjamin Walnut Adult .22 Cal. Pellet Rifle & Varmint Stalker Adult .177 Cal. Pellet Rifles Both w/Lg. Scopes & Noise Dampers, New Sentry Gun Safe, Ammo., MEC Reloader & Supplies, Pocketknife Collect., Hunt & Fish Licenses, BB Gun, Assort. Hunting & Fishing Supplies & Clothes, Wheel-Horse 252-H Hydro Riding Mower w/10 HP Kawasaki & Cut Deck, Wheel-Horse Front Mount Snowblower & Extra Cut Deck, E.F.M. 140K-BTU Oil Hot Air Heater, Shooters Rest & Targets. See www.auctionzip.com Auct. ID #5172 For Photos & Full Listing. TERMS: CASH/GOOD PA CHECKS

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ESTATE FIREARMS COLLECTION FRIDAY, MAY 11th, 4PM EXHIBITIONS: - Thursday: 4-7PM - All-day Friday: from 9AM Featuring: Firearms from local estates, including the Estate of an avid skeet shooter. Winchester: Model 873, Diamono Grade Trap 12-g., Model 70 Ultragrade/Featherweight, Rolling Block .32 WCF, Model 12, Model 21 16g.; Browning: 12g Broadway Trap Model, Belgian, Citori 12g; Fox Sterlingworth 12g; Ithaca NY 12g over/under; Perazzi Model MX 20005; J. Stevens Co. Pistol with shoulder ext. pat. 1834; 35 Remington/Browning, Ser # 3575, and more. Weekly variety auction follows, featuring antique & fine furniture; decorative & fine art; estate jewelry; china & glass; collectibles; table/box lots, and more.

Celebrating 80 Years

ESTATE ANTIQUE AND DECORATIVE ARTS AUCTION FRIDAY, MAY 4th, 4PM Exhibitions: - Thursday, 5/3: 4-7PM - All-day Friday: from 9AM Auction Terms: - 15% Buyer’s Premium - 18% On-line, through Live Auctioneers and AuctionZip Live Absentee & Telephone Bids Accepted Selling items from premier Delaware Valley Estates. To be offered at Absolute Auction. See BriggsAuction.com for details and photos.

Briggs Auction, Inc. 1347 Naamans Creek Rd, Garnet Valley, PA 19061 • 610.566.3138 / 610.485.0412 (Showrm) info@briggsauction.com • Weekly Listings & Photos: BriggsAuction.com Auction Terms: 10% Buyer’s Premium May 11th • Cash/Check/VISA/MC/Debit Convenient from Philadelphia & the Suburban Area, DE, NY, NJ, MD, etc. Minutes South of the Phila. Airport; Located directly across from the Booth’s Corner Farmer’s Market • W.J. Briggs/J.H. Turner, Auctioneers

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SATURDAY, MAY 5 AT 9 A.M.

FOR: CARMAN & ELVA SHANAMAN - ET AL LOCATION: Sassamansville Fire Co., 1865 Hoffmansville Rd.,

P.O. Box 404 Bally, Pennsylvania 19503

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Lincoln; 1909 VDB Lincoln; Roman coins; 4 complete #2 Lincoln sets; 1 complete #2 exf; 2001 mint set, partial Jefferson set w/38-D;39-S, 11 war nickels; 27 different Buffalo nickels; 1892 Indian cent; 1863 bronze; Lincoln #1 set 45 different; Lincoln #1 set 70 different, war nickels. All items are sold as-is/where-is with no implied guarantee. Owner & auctioneers are not responsible for accidents on premises. 7% New Jersey sales tax without tax ID. Terms: Cash or check with two IDs (one photo). Check auctionzip.com for updates/pictures.

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Boat outboard motor, Gray Motor Company with rare chain drive mechanism to turn propeller, older professional restoration, 35 inches high.


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and others, there’s a name for every outboard collector. Among the models Mikkelson is most proud of is the Waterman. This motor is the one used in the logo of the Antique Outboard Motor Club. But there are even a number of examples of “man powered’ motors, with

Boat motor dealer advertising motion sign, Johnson SeaHorse Motors, by Associated Adv.-Weston, Ontario, cardboard light-up with vinyl panel and revolving color wheel, shows bathing beauties in speed boat, very good condition with some edge wear, 21 inches high by 21 inches wide.

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Toy boat, Polly-Wog, manufactured by Boucher Manufacturing Company - New York, wood hull with metal deck, a very rare 2-cylinder steam-driven outboard in excellent condition, 24 inches long. A magazine ad for this boat is included.

cranks, pedals and other devices to turn a prop. It probably isn’t a decoy! If it was a decoy, Paul was interested. Mikkelson loved anything that was related to water and the lake life he grew up with in Willmar. So it stands to reason he would have an interest in duck decoys. And he did. With a collection of nearly 300 birds, Paul enjoyed the craft of many wellknown current decoy artists as well as the early wood birds. And his collection has both. No museum is complete without examples of the advertising used by companies selling the items collect-

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

10:00 A.M.

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

ed. Mikkelson’s museum was no exception. From hundreds of flyers, brochures and catalogs for boats and outboards, to huge lightup

CAMP HILL, PA

Boat motor d e a l e r advertising clock, Kiekhaefer Mercury Outboard Motors light-up, metal case with bubble glass face, shows couple in speed boat on water, excellent condition, 15-inch diameter.

Toy boat, Fleischmann cabin cruiser, metal windup, a great boat in very good plus condition with some paint loss, 18 inches long.

signs, Mikkelson had it all. Paul was especially proud of his light up figural sign for Scott-Atwater outboards and his die cut cardboard sign for Johnson Sea-Horse Outboards. Both signs are quite rare. But much of the (Continued on page 14)

ESTATE AUCTION SATURDAY MAY 5TH, 2012 AT 9:00 A.M. 2741 Biggs Highway (Rt. 274), North East, MD 21901 FURNITURE - STERLING - ANTIQUES - FISHING TACKLE - BOAT - MOON BOUNCE

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Selling Quality Antique and Reproduction furniture: Harden cherry sideboard, Maddox writing desk, Mahogany bubble glass breakfront, Century Chip. style lowboy, Globe Colony Chip. style hall table, petite lowboy, Mengel high chest, Ridgeway Granddaughter clock, 2 Pine 40’s Corner Cabinets, 5 Chip. style chairs, Hoosier cabinet, Enamel top table w/4 chairs, Primitives, round oak table, oak bow china closet, Sterling 5 pc. Tea service set, 73 pc. Kirk Stieff Repousse flatware, 7 pc. nut set, 7 Alvin plates, sterling and gold jewelry, diamonds, gemstones, costume jewelry, pocket & wristwatches, Bronze vase w/bird, Banker’s lamp, Very Rare Arequipa Sanatorium Pottery 33⁄4 “signed vase, blown glass, Fenton, Depression, Cut glass, seascape oil paintings, signed prints, watercolors, Japanese signed WWII flag, Tonka trucks, Marx tin train w/boxes, old and newer porcelain dolls & accessories, miniatures, Commercial Moon Bounce, 16’ Jon boat w/Haul Rite trailer, Evinrude & 35 h.p. Mercury outboards, vintage & newer fishing lures, rods & reels, fly fishing items, penknives, cleavers, Stainless chafing dish, Mini Indy style Pace car no engine, 4 chainsaws, air compressor, circular saws, tile saw, tools, Maytag washer, dryer, CB radio, beer advertising items and lots more Preview online www.JimRacineAuctions.com for updates & photos Inspection: Fri., May 4th, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Doors open 8 a.m. day of sale. Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium, 3% discount for payments in Cash or check. Visa/MC accepted

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Collection of 150 Longaberger® Baskets Plus Many Accessories For This Auction Starting At 10 A.M.

Area’s Premier Auction House, Accepting Collection Of Antiques, Estates, And Quality Furnishings For Future Auction Phone For Free Consultation Check w ww.auctionzip.com #1832 For Updated Photos Phone 717-737-0000 TERMS: Cash, Visa/MasterCard, Checks. 12% BUYER’S PREMIUM (Discounted To 10% w/Check Or Cash). AUCTIONEER: Michael Costea AU-1759-L Telephone (717) 737-0000 S742986

PUBLIC SALE - SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2012 - 9:00 A.M. ANTIQUES - TOOLS - METAL - HOUSEHOLD - ETC. Located at 509 Beaver St.,

East Berlin, PA

17316 Rt. 194 from Dillsburg, T/L onto Beaver St., East Berlin. ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Waterfall blanket Chest; Antique Style Dresser w/mirror; Cane Seat Chairs; wall stands; table stands; antique stool; drying rack; Antique framed mirror & pictures; Antique furniture to be restored; FURNITURE: Sectional sofa; end tables; shelves; table w/chairs; clothes rack; chest-ofdrawers; Lane Blanket Chest; bedroom suite; magazine rack; several sewing machines (New Home, White, Singer, etc.); several older table radios; several shelf clocks; horse posts; butter churn; wheelchair; file cabinet; sewing box; office chairs; stools; cabinets; TVs; table & Floor lights; ANTIQUE SMALLS HOUSEHOLD: 15 Gal. Lg. Crock; Galvanized cooler; Wooden train & cycle; butter churn; Snoopy & other older toys; wd. country figures; pots; pans; knickknacks; Japanese/Oriental items; wd. duck; pictures; flatware; utensils; teapots; 50’s style hamper; railroad prints framed; market baskets; jug; glass bottles; 45 records; material; lots of sewing/craft supplies; children’s record players; old radios; blankets; bedding; towels; sadirons; Kimono; Antique baskets; old signs; old calendars; oil tank; Cast Griddle, skillets; Sausage Stuffers; TOOLS - MISC.: Tool chests; organizers; old rules; socket sets; tap & die; wd. clamps; come-a-long; glass oil bottles; wd. handled squares; sgl. & dbl. trees; fruit baskets; cast-iron wagon wheels; worker plows; chicken crate; log roller; hoist; chains; air tank; anvil; fire bucket; cigar boxes; wd. golf clubs; Craftsman table saw; meat grinders; jumper cable; hubcaps (older); wd. box; galvanized tubs; saws; saw blades; hammers; lathes; drill bit sets; gas cans; fake bolder (lg.); welding rods, etc.; heating stoves; vise; ladder; oilers; squares; clamps; drywall; light fixtures; porcelain sinks; chainsaws; oil & grease; electric tools (drills, belt sanders, etc.); motors; wedges; pitchforks; antique road flares; electrical wire; bench; metal stool; nuts; bolts; screws; chain saw blades; Feed tubs-buckets; wooden wheelbarrows; salamander; coal bucket; coal shovel; red wagon; old bottles; lg. blades; OLD BIKES (Komei bike, etc.); torches; boilers; SHOP VAC ; big feeding tubs; Hanging scales w/weights; weed eater; Echo Leaf Blower; battery charger; Meat Hooks; ALL TYPES OF ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING SUPPLIES, CAR/AUTO PARTS, METAL, OKRA WOOD, BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC. Solar Panels & box; Antique AMF Pedal Tractor; pumps; 65 Chevy Truck door; Sword; HitlerNazi Books; floral arrangements; flowers; 4 COPPER BOILERS; TRACTOR EQUIPMENT PARTS: Lift; Wagon; Sickle Bar; Scoop; Seats; Radiator; Dearborn Saw to cut wd logs; Signal US Army Tool Equipment; lawn mower wheels; old lights; NOTE: Only a very partial listing. Plan to spend the day. House & outbuildings are full, still finding some unique items. Terms: CASH OR Good PA Check. Not responsible for Accidents. Doug & Vickie Hardy, Auctioneers, AU00002795L www.haars.com 717-432-3779 Selling For Itoe Hoak S743791

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REAL ESTATE AUCTION 3 Bedroom Twin in Hatfield Township, PA Property/Auction Location: 2501 Wellington Way, Hatfield, PA 19440

Auction Location: 2501 Wellington Way, Hatfield, PA 19440 Inspection: Monday, April 30 4:00-6:00 P.M. ET Auction/Sale date and time: 5/07/12 at 4:00 P.M. ET Description: Newly decorated twin house close to Route 309, PA Turnpike and shopping yet located on a quiet street. Features include 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a 1-car attached garage. Don’t miss this excellent opportunity! Selling for the Estate of Barbara Binns.

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DISCOVERY ART AUCTION 12 Noon

Preview: 8:00 A.M.

300+ works of art! Including WWI Posters, etchings, prints, watercolors and much more!

Steiff Bear Auction: Bidding Ends 3:00 P.M. Online Only! AlderferAuction.com Bid now at AlderferAuction.com! Over 50+ lots of Steiff Bears all mint in box. From the Estate of Anne Doorley (Lancaster, PA). A former Steiff Dealer. A great collection!

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Preview: 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Open Appraisal Day (2 items per person)

THURSDAY , MAY 10

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ESTATE AUCTION:

9:00 A.M.

Preview: 8:00 A.M.

Clocks, Stangl Birds & Duck, Doorstops, 19th Century Doctor’s Kit, Collection of Toy cars and trucks including press steel, tin litho, advertising, Ertl, Lesney, Hess. A thimble collection including silver, advertising, and souvenir. Furniture/Furnishings, Art, Jewelry, Antiques, Collectibles, China & Glassware and much more!

501 Fairgrounds Rd., Hatfield, PA 800.577.8846 ext. 3023 info@AlderferAuction.com S743643

Jim Racine Auctioneer

COSTEA’S AUCTION GALLERY

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with two of the sessions offering online and phone (Continued from page 13) bidding opportunities. Those literature is equally rare and not attending in person will would be a valube able to see a b l e the sale of resource each and for any every cataaficionado loged lot as it of boats and motors. The auction will last three full days,

full color printed catalog of every item b e i n g offered on Saturday and Sunday, plus an online catalog will be available with detailed, high resoToy boats (2), Lionel lution images for those wantSpeeder & Racer #44, both tin o c c u r s ing to carefully scrutinize windups with keys, circa 1936, via live both very good plus condition and 16 streaming video. Bidders their special interests. According to Penn, “This inches long. will have access to both a

Penn belongs to both the National and Iowa Auctioneers Associations. More information will be available at the Rich Penn Auctions website or at a special Facebook page for the Mikkelson Collection auction at www.facebook. com/pages/TheM i k k e l s o n CollectionAuction/17330223 9441723. Interested participants can also send an email to either RichPenn Auctions@aol.com or Jim.Volgarino@auctioneer.ne

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offer live bidding on both ProxiBid and LiveAuctioneers, as well as absentee and telephone bidding.� Full color catalogs, with post-auction prices realized, are available for $35 by i s contacting Rich Penn a once-in-a- Auctions at lifetime chance to (319) acquire rare pieces from a lifetime collection that will likely never be assembled again.� He added, “Again, we 291-6688 Toy boat, Japanese ITO “Shark,� very or order online at rare, circa 1940s-1950s, wood, battery w w w. r i c h p e n n a u c powered, highly stylized, excellent con- tions.com.

Toy boat, Japanese ITO “King� cruiser, one of only a few known, the second largest ever built, wood, battery powered, excellent condition, 30 inches long.

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Estate, Fine Furniture, Clocks, Collectibles

SAT., MAY 5, 2012 AT 8:30 A.M. MILLERSVILLE, MANOR TWP., LANC. CO., PA

SEEKING VINTAGE SPORTS CARDS AND MEMORABILIA

Loc.: 437 Penn View Drive,

(Dir.: On the corner of Landis Ave. & Penn View Dr.). Furniture: Awesome medium size Dutch Cupboard, Mahog. Gov. Winthrop slant desk, Rose carved & other Vict. side chairs, Nice Jell. Cupbrd. with Gallery, Yellow stained softwood flour chest, half spindle settee, set of 6 half spindle plank chairs, keyhole plank rocker, tier table, drop leaf table, cedar chest, wood bench; Oriental Style: China display cabinet, storage cabinet, chair. Wrought Iron porch furn. (furn. sold before real estate). Antiques & Collectibles: Clocks: Joseph Doll Tall Case Clock, Hamilton Sangamo Steeple clock; Wood: Spinning wheel, early Vict. cradle; Tin: Paint Decorated Tray; Glass: Mary Gregory pitcher & 2 glasses, early Christmas orns.; Etc.: Early buttons, papier-mâchÊ Santa, Oil on canvas, misc. prints & wall hangings, lot books. Redware: Crock; Nice Sale! Pics. & full list at probstauction.com Auction by Florence Ruoff Estate John Pyfer, Atty.

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

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Friday, May 11, 2012

• 9:00 A.M. Quality Antiques, Quilts, Sterling, Glassware, Antique Furniture, Paintings And Much More. Location: Rowe’s Auction

Carlisle, PA

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Annual Sales Exceed $800 Million | 700,000+ Online Bidder-Members 3500 Maple Avenue | Dallas, Texas 75219 | 800-872-6467 | HA.com/Sports TX Auctioneer licenses: Samuel Foose 11727; Robert Korver 13754; Andrea Voss 16406. This auction is subject to a 19.5% buyer’s premium.

Estate Auction

FANTASTIC ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES AUCTION

SAT., MAY 5TH 10:00 A.M. 8045 Main St., ADAMSVILLE, OH 43802

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Selling home, real estate, and belongings consisting of household furniture, collectable glass, china, pottery and antiques. Large collection of glass and pottery. Heisey, Early American pattern glass, Imperial, Cambridge, Fenton, Brilliant cut glass, Carnival, Owens, McCoy and Roseville pottery, McCoy pedestal (signed), umbrella stand, a lot of collectable dishes. Antiques - Old antique rug loom, antique coffee grinder, 1938 Coca-Cola trays, excellent condition; old tin toys, Old John Deere toys, very old Lionel O gauge train set in original box, quilts, afghans, bear skin rug, mantel clocks, old buggy robe, Army uniforms, milk bottles. Furniture - 3 pcs. bedroom suite, antique oak dresser, brass bed, cedar chest, blanket chest, old oak curved glass china cupboard, older style living room suite in like new condition, end tables, old oak library table, large Howard Miller Grandfather clock, old piano roll case, massage chair, excellent condition; antique oak buffet, antique Victrola, recliner, swivel rockers, lift chair, old washstand, old oak hall trees, Misc. household items. New Amish-made Furniture - Dresser, nightstand, coffee table, Sassafras drop leaf table, oak rolltop desk, octagon stand with drawers and magazine racks. This ad just highlights some things. This will be a big sale. Bring a lawn chair and plan to stay awhile. Wimp was a longtime collector, everything very nice and clean. A must see sale. Auctioneer: Robert (JoeBob) Shepherd 740-452-5861 or 740-819-4047 Auctioneer: Rod Paisley Terms of Sale: Cash or Check w/Positive ID Required Not Responsible for Accidents or Loss Go to auctionzip.com for photos

South Jersey Auction by Babington Auction Inc.

Logan Township, New Jersey 08085 Sunday, May 6 • Starts 8:30 A.M.

26 Repaupo Station Rd.,

ANTIQUE Vict. Walnut Bookcase

“Hekman� Flame Mahogany Inlaid Bachelor’s Chest

Doors Open 8:00 A.M. - Preview: Saturday 8:30 A.M.-5:00 P.M.

Auctioning multi-estates from local residents, PA, DE, MD, NY and the nation. PARTIAL LISTING: We will be selling to the best and highest bidders the personal property of numerous homes across the nation including a large assortment of quality furniture from antique, vintage to modern including 30+ dining room sets, 30+ bedroom sets and numerous living room furniture; massive amounts of oak, walnut, mahogany, cherry, victorian, empire, country, french furniture and upholstery; assortment of decorator items; partial & full dinnerware sets; over 1,000+ pieces of collectibles including sterling, gold, estate jewelry, porcelain, pottery, cut & colored glass, art, coins & paper money, toys, and numerous box lots filled to the brim; chandeliers, sconces and lamps; numerous prints, oils, etchings and paintings; 75+ oriental rugs & carpets; and much, much more! AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Highlights start approximately 4:00 P.M. Absentee & phone bids welcome. Two auctions at once. NEXT AUCTION: May 20, 2012. More items arriving daily! Call (856) 467-4834 or visit web for ADDITIONAL PHOTOS & detailed information:

BEAUTIFUL Custom-Made Quartersawn Oak Lighted Bar w/ANTIQUE Lead Glass and Mirrors

www.SouthJerseyAuction.com Auctions Every Other Sunday • Full Service Auction Company • Sale at Your Place or Ours We’re capable of selling one item or the entire estate! W O R K I N G H A R D T O B R I N G Y O U T H E V E R Y B E S T !! “Hekmanâ€? Burl & Inlaid Banded Silver Chest

One of the Best - All Match ANTIQUE 4 Pc. Quartersawn Oak Bedroom Set

FANTASTIC French Style MT 6 Pc. Bedroom Set, All Sunburst Parquet Fronts & Fitted Interior

Unusual ANTIQUE Mahogany Sideboard with Curio Top ANTIQUE Traveling Phonograph with Records

“Towle� Sterling 62 Pc. Old Master Silverware in Case

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ROOK GALLERY AUCTION

BASEBALL COLLECTIBLES!

SUNDAY, MAY 6TH - 9:15 A.M. 97 Ridge Rd., TYLERSPORT, PA 18971

For over 30 years no one has consistently helped more sellers realize more money for their quality BASEBALL MATERIAL than Robert Edward Auctions. Offering an unparalleled tradition of integrity, knowledge, and professionalism, and an extraordinary national client base.

Directions: From RT. 563 exit of RT. 309 (Lawn Ave.) South of Quakertown. Left on RT. 563 (RIDGE RD.) for 3 Mi. From RT. 29 take RT. 563 East. Use TELFORD, 18969 FOR GPS & Internet Maps.

We specialize in the very best in BASEBALL COLLECTIBLES. If you don’t check with us before selling – you won’t know what the market will bear. Let us tell you what we think of your baseball collectibles.

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We offer complete auction services, as well as free appraisals and comprehensive information about your material. We will not try to buy your material. We are not dealers. We are strictly an auction house – with unparalleled integrity, knowledge and experience in the field. We will give you the information you need to make the most intelligent decisions regarding your significant and valuable baseball material. When Barry Halper, the world’s greatest baseball collector, sold his legendary collection, he insisted that Robert Edward Auctions oversee the historic sale of his Twenty-Six Million Dollar Collection.

Trains: 9:15 - Approx. 200 Cataloged lots of Lionel prewar & postwar, some boxed sets and other boxed pieces, MONON 3494-550 operating boxcar, 726 Loco & Tender, 226 Loco & Tender, 700T Tender, 400T Tender, Lg. group Std. & O ga., Santa Fe F-3’s, Alum. pass. & baggage cars, NW-2 Switchers, partial Anniversary set, Alco Diesel & steam Locos, Catalogs, and much more. Antiques & Collectibles: 11 A.M.: Continuation of 2 good Estates including Large Qty. Costume Jewelry & access.; Advertising; good Ephemera including 1955 Chevy sales brochure, Boating, World’s Fair, Travel, and more; Books; Paintings & Prints; Pottery & Porcelain; glass; Decorative access.; lighters; metalware; tools; sporting goods; and much more coming. NOTE: Preview Sat. 3-5 P.M., Sun. 8 A.M. or by appt. Visit www.rookauctions.com or Auctionzip.com #1916 for full listing and photos. Terms: VISA, MC, Cash, or Check. Good Food.

Robert Edward Auctions offers the largest circulation of any auction devoted to sports collectibles in the world. Robert Edward Auctions always has millions of dollars available at a moment’s notice specifically for cash advances. We specialize in the very best in all areas of baseball collectibles. This includes: • • • • •

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www.rookauctions.com Miniature outboard motor, very rare Elto Cub with display stand and box, like-new in box with instructions, one of about 10 made.

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Buttons Autographs Documents Display Pieces Gum Cards

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Photographs World Series Items Pre-1900 Baseball Posters ETC., ETC….

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BACK-TO-BACK AUCTIONS Friday Evening, May 4th - 5 P.M.

PUBLIC AUCTION ANTIQUES • BOOKS & TOOLS SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2012 • 9:00 A.M.

Discovery & Box Lot Collectors Auction

- 10 A.M.

Selling 100s of Items From One of WNY’s Largest Collections! - Featuring The Raymond Christopher Collection Co-Managed & Held At The

RG Mason Auction Facility 10796 Route 19

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UNRESERVED INDIAN ARTIFACT AUCTION

TWO DAY ON-SITE PUBLIC AUCTION

CROCKS/JUGS, FRANK FEATHER SPOON, ADVERTISING, FURNITURE, COLLECTIBLES, & PERSONAL PROPERTY

SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2012 AT 9:00 A.M.

Will sell, for the Estate of Mary (Mrs. Wilbur) Henry, the following located

PREVIEW: Friday, May 11th from 1:00 to 5:00 P.M. Day of auction from 8:00 A.M.

CHAMBERSBURG, PA 17202 on: FRIDAY, MAY 11 AT 3 P.M.

at 1514 Henry Lane,

CONESTOGA AUCTION COMPANY - 768 GRAYSTONE ROAD

MANHEIM, PA

LAWN GARDEN EQUIPMENT/BOAT: Massey-Ferguson 135 tractor w/forks; Gravely 812 riding tractor; lawn sweeper; mower; wheelbarrow; trailer; brush hog; Gravely snow blade; Tee Nee boat trailer; aluminum 15’ boat w/Mercury 9.9 HP motor and more. COLLECTIBLES/PERSONAL PROPERTY: 4’ Coke button sign; Coke syrup bottles; sausage stuffer; lg. vise; early air compressor; drill press; oil pump tank; heatrola; truck bed box; truck cap; sprinkling cans; hand/garden tools; wood boxes; planters; baskets (egg, etc.); milk can; sprayer; sm. hand tools; croquet set; sled; dbl. alum. ladder; chairs; (2) Waynesboro dryers; Havea-Heart cages; garage items and more.

SATURDAY, MAY 12

17545

Unreserved auction featuring the lifetime collections of Phillip Butt, Sr. and Phillip, Jr., consisting of ancient stone artifacts collected on the Susquehanna River between Safe Harbor and Conowingo Dam. Also an outstanding collection of New York State Iroquois Indian artifacts circa 1690-1725 A.D. Many fine reference books and historic Native American items.

AT 9 A.M.

FURNITURE: Oak including S roll desk, dresser, nursing press back rocker, washstand, table, stands, extension table; Waterfall BR suite (dresser, high case, bed, vanity/stool); Eastlake mirror; sm. blanket chest; rope beds; pedestal stand; Empire chest; spindle chairs; CI organ stool; (3) section bookcase (1 glass missing); mortised & plank youth chair; sm. washstands; rockers (wicker bases, etc.); jelly cupboard; drop leaf tables (cherry & walnut - English style gateleg); (2) over (3) drawer chest; towel rack; clothes tree; brass bed w/bedding; cedar chest; recliner; set (6) mod. half spindle chairs; dough tray; dry sink; overstuffed furniture and more. CROCKS/JUGS: 5 gal. ES& B Jug; 10 gal. DW Tarner & Sons Chambersburg Crock; 2 gal. blue 2 w/spout jug; 4 gal. jug w/blue 4; 10 gal. Keystone crock; 5 gal. York crock; 2 gal. brown glazed Cowden, Harrisburg jug; 2 gal. blue floral Cowden Wilcox, Harrisburg jug; other Cowden Wilcox ; approx. (12) little distillery jugs. VINTAGE/COLLECTIBLES/DECORATOR ITEMS: 1942 Frank Feather spoon; Germany doll; B. Miller copper teakettle; butterprints (oval/block); butter board; lg. copper apple butter kettle; SPL Co. RR lantern; (2) PRR lanterns w/red globes; Pr. 1917 license tags + 1920’s tags; barn lanterns; marbles; Lionel train (as-is); cruet/castor set; cranberry pitchers; Hall orange poppy; (2) sm. apple vinegar bottles; pink Aladdin lamp (orig. shade, not electrified); costume jewelry; oriental style rugs; treadle sewing machine; Game News; Valleys of History pamphlets; puzzles; deer head mirror; frames/prints; books; tinware; dippers; (2) glass butter churns; American Fostoria; Lucky Strike cigarette tin; Carnival glass; floor lamp; CI skillets (Griswold/Favorite); Conestoga wagon jack; broadax; cherry seeders; sheath forks; rat/mouse trap; stone axe and more. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Primitive pie cupboard; cream separators; Electrolux sweeper; metal single bed; cribs; quilting frame; drying rack; Discovery upright sweeper; bedding/linens; knotted comforters; Gypsy pot; ice shaver; field kegs; mini. Pigeon crate; steelyards; Corelle/Corningware/ Pyrex; milk cans; shoe lasts; hunting knives; rolling pins; pots/pans; Timberlake woodstove; benches; Perfection heater; kitchen cabinet base; iron kettle; Estate cookstove; stove top oven; trunks; sweeper; boiler; homemade soap and more. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: This sale offers the opportunity to revisit the past (when old homes were full of the unique/unusual). Don’t miss this one! Lunch stand available. Remember, if you don’t look you’ll never know! AUCTIONZIP.COM ID#1042. TERMS: Cash. (Buyers must provide valid ID). Not responsible for accidents sale day. Statements made day of sale take precedence.

Call, Write or E-mail for free listing or View listing on www.auctionzip.com

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Our Service is the Difference

768 Graystone Road, PO BOX 1, Manheim, PA 17545

www.GatewayAuction.com HEATHER R. FOWLER AUCTIONEER

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Phone (717) 263-6512, (800) 315-3265, Fax (717) 263-0188, RH120-L JOHN F. KOHLER, JR. AUCTIONEER

Located at 125 Church Ave., (Turn Off Main St. [Rt. 322] Onto Church Ave.) Watch For Sale Arrows STONE BERKS CO. LINE MARKER - SANDSTONE WINDOWSILLS 6-Spindle Decorated Armchair, Tables, Plank Seat Chairs, Porch Bench, Carpenter’s Tool Chest, Wallace Nutting Picture, Geo. Washington & other Prints, Pictures & Frames, Child’s Blackboard, Wooden Oars, Leaded Glass Piece, Link & Redware Crocks, Roseville Vase, Art Glass Vase, Occupied Japan incl. Tea Set; Colored Ironstone Plates & Platters, Bisque, Quimperware, Bowl, Advertising Shot Glasses, China Figurines, Bohemian Wine Set, Kewpie Dolls, Leaded Glass Light Shade, Rye Whiskey Bottle & other Bottles, Peanut Butter Tumblers, Pressed & Pattern Glass HORSE COIN-OPERATED RIDE Iron incl., Bottle Openers, Rabbit, Book Press, Tripod, Trough, Kettle, Large Agate Basin, Brass & Copper Coal Oil Light, Electrified Banquet Light, Wall Light, Searchlight, Copper Candy Bowls, Tin Tip Tray, Lititz Bottle Opener, Tin Toy “Eagle” Stove, Tin Advertising Boxes, Ice Cream Scoops, Lead Clear Toy Candy Molds, Lot of Books incl., Story of Lincoln, The Penna. German in the Revolutionary War, History of Our Country, etc., Lanterns, Early Jack-in-the-Box, Early Perfume Sets, Local Advertising Items, Early Basket, Hand & Garden Tools plus loads of other items. Not Responsible For Accidents. Refreshments will be sold. Check auctionzip.com for photos. RICH HARRY, AUCTIONEER, AU-002183L DARYL L. SHUPP, APP. AUCTIONEER, AA-018931 Phone 717-336-3625

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EPHRATA, LANCASTER CO., PA

Large Toy Collection 1800’s Cast-Iron To NOS Ertl

Phone (717) 898-7284 | www.conestogaauction.com 13% Buyer’s Premium - AH-287

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GARTH’S AUCTIONS INC. PO BOX 369, DELAWARE, OHIO 43015 740.362.4771 info@garths.com www.garths.com

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

Catalog to feature: Formal & Painted Furniture Textiles ~ Folk Art Pottery ~ Firearms ~ Fine Art Prints ~ Clocks and more LOCATION: Garth’s Main Gallery 2690 Stratford Road Delaware, OH 43015 Rare Ohio stoneware churn.

Mocha bowl, painted dome top box, Queen Anne drop leaf

Decorated mule chest.

E A R LY A M E R I C A N A N T I Q U E S A N D D E C O R AT I V E A R T S F E AT U R I N G T h e S i x t h A n n u a l O h i o Va l l e y A u c t i o n

Friday, May 18, 2012 at 10:00 am

PREVIEW: Sun., May 13 by appointment only; Mon., May 14 thru Wed., May 16 from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Thurs., May 17 from 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM; Fri., May 18 from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM;

Carousel horse attributed to Parker.

Curly maple Ohio stand, good selection of sewertile

Selection of HIstorical Blue.

Firearms.

TERMS: 17.5 % Buyer’s Premium Absentee Bids Accepted Printed Catalog $30 Online Catalog www.garths.com American Indian items.

Online Bidding available w w w. g a r t h s l i v e . c o m Portrait, still life and landscape paintings.

Auctioneers: Jeff Jeffers, Amelia Jeffers, Blanket chest attributed to Soap Hollow.

Steve Bemiller, & Andy Richmond

Baseball related items including Folk art painting of African Americans playing, a walking stick with “Boston Red Sox” decoorated handle, and a set of 5 Babe Ruth soda bottles. Several corner cupboards

Textiles including fine quilts.

Inlaid Classical stand, attributed to Stark County, Ohio Chippendale slant front desk.

Five decorated plank seat chairs.

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CELEBRATE NATIONAL TRAIN DAY at Maurer’s TOY TRAIN and RAILROADIANA

AUCTIONS 10 A.M.

SATURDAY, MAY 12TH, 2012 AT THE RIDGE

480 RIDGE ROAD,

FIRE COMPANY

SPRING CITY, PA 19475

RAILROADIANA AUCTION In The Blue Room Collection Of Railroad Police Badges. Interesting Selection Of 100 Badges From PRR, Erie, Rdg. and other PA RRs, NYC, C o acfG, CN, SF, GN, etc. Pullman Car Accoutrements: Silverware, China, Linens. CPR Spittoon. 1928 Baldwin Builder’s Plate #60457 (Southern 2-8-2 #6356) 1950’s Baldwin Plates, Too. Brill Plate S8907. Thrall Car Co. No. 32973 And Other Trolley/Street Car Plates. Kinsley Mfg. Locomotive Whistle. Lanterns, Marker Lamps, Switch Stands. Oilers, Torches, Kero Cans. Traffic Signals & Flashers. Monkey Wrench. Broadside Schedules, Blueprints, Loco Diagrams, RR Maps, Rules & Reg’s. PRR Manifests Of Merchandise 1864/65. PRR Calendars. Tin LV Anthracite Sign. Books. Framed PRR Station Prints By Bye. Pocket Watches. PRR Police Hat, Conductor’s Hats. Seals & Punches. Brass Switch Locks & Keys.

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and Train PARTS Assortment In The Pavilion MODERN ERA Lionel: Reading T-1 4-8-4 L&T w/Proto Sound, OB. NYC CV. PRR 4-4-2 w/ Odyssey System. JLC Series GG1. NYC SD-80 And Superliner Cars With Rail Sounds. Hiawatha, ACL & Amtrak Train Sets. US States Box Cars, Operating Freights & Accessories. USMC & Space Cars. MTH Premier Mikado, C-Liner, Amtrak Amfleet Train, UP 80 Coal Turbine L&T, Veranda, SP F3 ABA Diesels & Full Dome Pass. Cars. Alaska EMD F-3AA Diesels & Pass. Car Sets. NYC J-1e Hudson. K-Line Circus Train. Hershey Train & Access. Atlas “O” Woodside Freights & Reefers. Williams & Weaver. 454 Construction Sets. Various Brand New Tunnels, Track Sections, Power Units, Structures.

*Huge Selection (100 Lots) TRAIN PARTS Pre, Post & Modern Era.* Please Review Complete Listing At

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ANTIQUE & MODERN

FEATURING MANY ITEMS FROM LOCAL ESTATES

Long Guns - Handguns Swords - Military Memorabilia Individual Items or Collections

AUCTION TO BE HELD ON

SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2012

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J. SNIDER (Bedford County, PA) Kentucky Rifle SOLD $3,500

FREDERICK FAIRGROUNDS (BUILDING #12)

797 EAST PATRICK STREET

FREDERICK, MARYLAND 21701

Colt US Navy Mod. 1911 SOLD $4,300

Glassware - Household And Antique Furniture - Prints - Sterling Silver China -Numerous Collectibles And Smalls - Art Glass - Mirrors - Numerous Photography Equipment And Cameras Etc. Over 700 Lots To Be Auctioned...

Civil War Confederate Foot Officer’s Sword SOLD $5,000

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Terms Of Auction:10% Buyer’s Premium. Cash And Checks Accepted From Maryland Residents. Out-Of-State Buyers Please Bring A Bank Letter Of Credit Stating Your Checking Account Has A “No Bounce Check History”. The Auctioneer Has The Right To Refuse Anyones Check If He Wishes To Do So. All Items Sold “As Is” And “Where Is”, “With No Guarantees Whatsoever”.

Winchester Model 1892 Rifle SOLD $6,750

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PUBLIC AUCTION

THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2012

SUNDAY, MAY 6 - 11:00 A.M. 660 Firehouse Road, GRANTVILLE, PA 17028

Auction: 4:00 P.M. Preview: 2:00 P.M.

Leesport Farmer’s Market

1863 CIVIL WAR E. ROBINSON U.S. MUSKET 1860 COLT .44 CIVIL WAR MILITARY REVOLVER 1849 COLT (period) COPY REVOLVER (very unique) SUSQUEHANNA RIVER INDIAN AX HEAD (nice) COINS 1736, 1791, GOLD & SILVER - JEWELRY TOYS - TIN TRAINS - MILITARY ITEMS

312 Gernants Church Rd.,

LEESPORT, PA From I-78, South on Rt. 61 to Leesport; From Reading, North on Rt. 61 to Leesport; Watch for “Auction Today” Signs

Items include: Snap-On rolling toolbox, Craftsman self-propelled lawn mower, tin and die-cast toys, Hubley plane, duck decoys, cast-iron cookware, pocket watch, cigar molds, advertising signs and posters, Coca-Cola, KitchenAid mixer, 1926 Liberty Bell token, Fire Chief Pedal car, antique tools, Reading Fairgrounds racing complete program. ART, COLLECTIBLES, COINS, JEWELRY, PRIMITIVES, GLASSWARE, & MUCH, MUCH MORE.

CIVIL WAR FIREARMS 1860 Colt Martially Marked Cartouche on Grips .44 Caliber Revolver (matching numbers) - Rather Rare Maker E. Robinson New York Civil War Musket dated 1863 with U.S. Eagle on Lock - Rarely Found 1849 Colt Foreign Copy Revolver with Beautiful Cylinder Scene and Excellent Grips. COINS including Nice 1736 Rex Coin, 1791 Rex Coin and Others, 1863 Civil War Token, 1853 Gold Token, Ultimate Quarter Collection, Vintage Silver Dollars, OK Land Rush 1889 Silver Coin, Alamo 1900 Silver Dollar, U.S. Marines Commemorative Coins, Lewis & Clark Silver Coin, Buffalo Nickels, American Mint First 5 Years 1986-1990 Coin Silver Eagle Set in Box, Silver Coin Sets and Specialty Coins. MILITARY ITEMS including WWI Trench Periscope, WWI Flaming Bomb Buttons, Antique Military Buttons. COLLECTIBLES Charley McCarthy Puppet Antique Amber Poison Bottle - Antique Redware Jar - Antique Horse Wither Sleigh Bells on Leather Vintage Egg Beaters - Carved Meerschaum Pipe in Case - Antique Brass Horse Stirrup - Fasnacht Union Deposit Ice Pick - Mechanical Ice Cream Scoops - Vintage Green Handle Kitchen Utensils Slag Glass - Vintage Smiley Dish Set - J.C. Higgins, Shakespeare and Martin Automatic Fishing Rods in Original Boxes - Topps Civil War Trading Cards - Antique Mammy Porcelain Doll - Jadeite Scotty Dog Blotter - Vintage Tin Santa Light - Brass Hanging Scale - Two Antique Quilts - Mickey Mouse Ramp Walker - 1950 Old Woman In Shoe Set in Mint Original Box - Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup 1963 Advertising Poker Card Set - Middleburg PA Tin Match Safe - Antique Ornate Tin National Postal Post Office Scale - Vintage Clothing - Stock Certificates, TIN TRAINS & VINTAGE TOYS Marx Tricky Fire Chief Car, Marx Tin Rolls-Royce, Tin Vintage Cars, Vintage Tin Litho Windup, Friction. ESTATE ITEMS and COLLECTIBLES include Several Estates from the Local Area. JEWELRY .925 Bracelets and Charm Bracelets, .925 Rings and Earrings, etc. KEEN KUTTER Silver Set in Original Oak Box. View Listing and Pictures at

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1880 TO PRESENT MOVIE POSTERS, Highest Prices Paid for Lobby Cards, 1-Sheets, Window Cards, Glass Slides, Dwight Cleveland, PO Box 10922 Chicago, IL 60610-0922 Fax 773-525-2969, 773-525-9152, posterboss@aol.com

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

ALWAYS BUYING ANTIQUES, Old Toys, Military, Hunting/ Fishing items & License, Watches, Jewelry, Stoneware, Pottery, Sports, Furniture, Advertising, Gold, Silver, Paintings or anything old. 1 piece to entire estate. 717-916-0477. ALWAYS BUYING PHOTOGRAPHS, Archives, Albums, Snap-shots, Collections. Call Jim 800-872-9990.

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.

HUMMELS! HUMMELS! Get the best prices for your Hummels, Lladro & Swarovski Crystal. Also gold, silver, jewlry, coins & antiques John Rokicki 610-213-2361.

AMERICAN INDIAN OLDER Items, particularly pre-1940 pottery (which is typically unsigned) and baskets. I buy and sell. Please call Lou at 610-647-7198. 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 items. One piece or collections. House calls made. PO Box 83, New Tripoli, PA 18066, blackbear3@enter.net 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 AUTOMOBILES WANTED. LOOKING to buy old foreign cars, especially British. Will purchase in any condition, also buying parts. Call Ed, 856-816-7321.

KEYSTONE TELEPHONE COMPANY of Philadelphia Wanted. Telephones and related items, signs, telephone books. Call Andy, 732-986-2637 or we10atc@aol.com MILITARY & SPORTING FIREARMS- all periods Wanted, Bucks Co. Collector will pay more for single items or collections. Call 215-340-9465 or email salloc2@yahoo.com Will travel. OCEAN LINER MEMORABILIA china, glassware, silver, paper, souvenirs, posters or models. Cunard, French Line, White Star Line, Italian Line, etc. 607-625-3947 PRIVATE COLLECTOR SEEKS Antique Photographs (Pre-1900): Victorian children with toys, commercial storefronts, occupational settings, etc. Send prices with photocopies. Write : Collector, PO Box 27, Harrisburg, PA 17108-0027. grimek524@yahoo.com TIFFANY DESK PIECES, lamps, glass. Bill Holland 610-470-5925 or Renningers Sunday Antique Market, Booth A-53, Adamstown, PA 8am-1pm. email bill@hollandarts.com TOP DOLLARS PAID for Carbide Cap Lamps, oil wick/ lard lamps, blasting cap tins, scatter tags, carbide lamp parts and small mining artifacts needed in my collection. Larry Click 703-241-3748 or email LarryClick@msn.com

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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 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 smusandy@aol.com 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. WANTED: MUSIC BOXES, slot machines, old Wurlitzer Juke boxes, any cond. Call or write Frank Zygmunt, PO Box 542, Westmont, IL 60559. 630-985-2742.

WANTED BUYERS & SELLERS for Outstanding Antique Mens & Womens clothing 1700’s to 1950’s, paintings, frames, & furniture in excellent condition. Door 65 Renningers, Adamstown Sundays, call 610-913-7415. OLD RAILROAD POLICE BADGES WANTED: Collector buys old railroad and Coal & Iron police badges, any railroad police artifacts. Contact Chip at rrbadges@aol.com or call (201) 390-7372

CASH FOR 78 RPM records! Send $2 (refundable) for illustrated booklet identifying collectible labels, numbers, actual CARNIVAL, CIRCUS, FREAKS, Sideshow, prices paid. Docks, PO Box 780218, San Fairs, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, Antonio, TX 78278-0218. Nude Photos, Fireworks, Pinups, Strippers, Burlesque, Auto Thrillshow. GUITARS WANTED CASH PAID Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, We also buy, sell, trade & repair guitars, Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418. basses, mandolins, amps, effects, banjo’s, etc. Lessons too. www.rhoadsmusic.com AARON TO ZWILLING, Autographs to COMIC BOOK COLLECTIONS. Contact me 717-361-9272 Uniforms, Vintage Baseball Items for FREE Appraisals if you wish to sell your Wanted. Jim Murphy 610-623-8077 comics or just determine their current value. I’ll provide you honest recommendaGUITARS, VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, tions based on three decades experience ADVANCED COLLECTOR PAYS Top Prices. banjos, early brass & woodwinds. and will assure you receive the fairest and Older Better. Toy Trains, Bats, Gloves, We buy, sell, & appraise. highest prices whether it’s 1 book or a Uniforms, Trophies, Photo’s, Balls, All In business since 1974. POSTCARDS, POSTCARDS, POSTCARDS1,000. Call Ed 215-351-5392 or email Sports, Philadelphia Athletics, Yankees, Vintage Instruments, Philadelphia, Actively buying old postcards- albums, colRuth, Cobb, Cards, Whole Collections. vintagefo@aol.com 215-545-1100. lections, etc. Top $$. Postage paid. edkriwonos@comcast.net Tom Kaczor, 267-243-2379. Gary Ronk, 6247 Cove, Roanoke, VA 24019 540-562-2368. DEALER SPACES AVAILABLE $125 per HAMMOND ORGANS WANTED. Leslie month and up, call 717-397-0189 speakers & console pianos. Pottstown, PA SPORTS CARDS AND other sports related items. Publications, pins, pennants, Village Antique Market, 2705 Old 610-495-5234 or wjhaggerty@hotmail.com tickets, etc. Pre-1975. Philadelphia Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, PA Also Orlando, FL Area. items especially wanted. Ellis, 158 17505. www.oldvillagestore.vpweb.com Stratford Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19115, 215-934-5618. I BUY RUSSIAN Samovars (brass, copper, To place your FOR SALE TO DEALERS & INVESTORSsilverplate, nickelplate, coin silver). Also 999 Silver Rounds & Bullions from 1 oz., classified ad TIRED OF EBAY? Sell your Sports Cards interested in other fine Russian antiques. 10 oz. & 100 oz bars available for immeand Memorabilia to a Collector. Please send photos to: Attn. Igor, 14814 diate delivery. Jim Davis 502-802-2425 Call 1-800-428-4211 Ken Domonkos 848-448-4709, Palmerston Sq., Centreville, VA 20120, jimdavies18@aol.com kdomo22951@aol.com 301-919-2798.

WANTED BASEBALL & Boxing Cards & memorabilia. Tobacco packs opened/ unopened, pre-war, before 1970. Valuable collections only. No appraisals 610-9990131, bobthecardkauffman@verizon.net

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.

1800-1970 SELL YOUR ANTIQUE TOYS, TRAINS, SPACE TOYS & ROBOTS FOR THE HIGHEST PRICE! No one will pay you higher for Tin Toy Collections! ragtimetoys@comcast.net 856-547-5521 ANTIQUE TOYS WANTED of every description. 1800’s-1950’s. One piece or collection. Write for free 3 page illustrated want list. Bruch, P.O. Box 121, Mountaintop, Pa 18707. Call toll-free 800-549-8697. bkinglar@aol.com

I BUY OLDER TOYS & TRAINS please call Marty 301-753-4959 martymargolis@comcast.net 11560 Magnolia Ct., Swan Pt. MD 20645

FOR SALE- Variety of Vintage Photographica: photographs, early photography magazines, 8mm projectors and cameras, slides, and more. Phone 717-625-4310 Telephones: 1892-1982, over 85 different & associated. Free Cataloge. 608-582-4124. Wish to sell entire business w/or wo realestate. 40+ semil-loads, $550,000/$750,000 neg. www.phonecoinc.com 608-582-2263 noon-8pm CST phonecoinc@aol.com

MATCHBOX/ HOT WHEELS Cars Wanted If you’re interested in selling your collection, call, fax or write, ask for- Larry, 830 Fulton Ave., Lansdale, PA 19446. 215-855-1962 or fax 215-368-9684. OLD TOY TRAINS, collector will pay generously for well-kept (1900-1970) Lionel, Flyer, Marklin and Ives, trains & accessories. Dr. Bob 215-348-0944 PEZ COLLECTOR PAYING top dollar. Buying 1 to whole collections of Pez or Pez related items Pre-1980’s. 484-3353693 or Email gumbyboy624@yahoo.com PURCHASING HO TRAINS- Please call Barry McKeon Cell: 610-506-5961, or email: bmckeon9@gmail.com

FOR SALE: Large Collection of Italian Pottery pieces. Plates, vases, souvenirs, etc. Want to sell as collection. Call for more information. 717-625-4310 OIL PAINTING by Richard George Hinchliffe, British, 1868-1942, 20x30 inches. Flapper era girl, nude, outdoors. $750. Phone 717-625-4310

Old Fashioned Roofing, Gutters & Siding Roofs: Slate, Copper, Cedar, Metal, & Thatch-Kit Gutters: Copper, Yankee, Pole, Build-in, Box, Half-Round, & K-Style. 5 Yr. Warranty on Repairs & Installations Contact: PA: 267-362-9736 NJ: 908-246-9435 cpslateandcopperroofing.devhub.com

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ASIAN ANTIQUES FINE Chinese, Japanese- jade, porcelain, snuff bottles. RAB Collection at the German Trading Post, RT 272 Denver/ Adamstown, PA.

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Pook & Pook To Sell The Grievo Collection On May 5, 2012, Pook & For further information, go to www.pookandpook.com, or call (610) 269-4040. Pook, Inc. in Downingtown, Pennsylvania, will host the sale for Mr. & Mrs. James Grievo. This collection, which was started in the early 1970s, is an amazing eclectic group of objects chosen by Jim for their rarity, authenticity, color and form. From decorative objects to furniture, the attention to detail is obvious. The Preview for this sale will be held beginning on April 28 at noon. Online bidding will be available through liveauctionProbably eers.com. the best “HackenA bold pair of New England fancy chairs with detailed fruit sack” cupboard This rooster and floral decoration. (Estimate $3,000 to $4,000.) known, with its architectural by the features and original faux “Deco-Tex” tiger and bird’s-eye maple c a r v e r decorated surface. (Estimate inscribed on $20,000 to $30,000.) the base “Frank LaRue Smith (Right) This is one page in an made by E. important group of Civil War LaRue my ledgers and letters by William grandfather B. Stark, enlisted in the 34th over 100 Regiment of Massachusetts. years ago” (Estimate $10,000 to $15,000.) is one of f o u r From Canterbury, New Hampshire, signed this Shaker hanging cupboard examples. Note that this artisan The great surface and engaging retains its original brown and took great care in the detailed expression on this stag weathsalmon painted surface. A similar bases he made for his birds. ervane make quite a statement. cupboard is pictured on the cover of Other pieces are photographed Lead filled antlers were used Burks “Shaker Design”. (Estimate in Machmer “Just for Nice”. for balance. (Estimate $40,000 $15,000 to $25,000.) to $80,000.) (Estimate $15,000 to $25,000.)

(Right) A terrific folk art statement with the two stylized facing doves and heart corners. (Estimate $2,000 to $3,000.)

Pennsylvania long rifle by John Parks, Jr. with 42 silver inlays, the lock stampled “Josh Golcher”. (Estimate $10,000 to $15,000.)

Finely crafted watercolor on ivory portrait from a Philadelphia estate. (Estimate $4,000 to $6,000.)


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PUBLIC MULTI-ESTATE AUCTION THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2012 at the UKRAINIAN CULTURAL CENTER, 135 Davidson Ave., SOMERSET, NJ PREVIEW: WEDNESDAY 7:00 P.M. TO 9:30 P.M. – THURSDAY 8:30 A.M. Sale Begins at 9:30 A.M. Please reference website for detailed start times in this 4-ring 15 hour auction! Auctioneer’s Note: We are packed with over 6,000+ lots from several local estates! This sale will feature the contents of a 70+ year collection of antiques and collectibles of an antique dealers and hoarders home. This house was packed floor to ceiling with over 400 quality clocks, 150+ pieces of Quimper, large selection of Victorian lamps and accessories, and a large selection of primitives, jewelry, art, and quality porcelain. Every square inch of this home unearthed another treasure. From a Rumson, NJ home comes an estate packed with quality oak furniture and decorative art items. From a longtime wrestler promoter comes a lifetime collection of professional wresting collectibles spanning the last 50 years! From a Santa Barbara, California estate comes a real unearthed treasure chest of US Gold and silver coins! Unknown to the relatives this collector hoarded US coins in several safe deposit boxes, including Gold, Silver and rare coins and many bills. A quality wristwatch collection will also be offered from this estate collection to be sold with no reserves! Over 150 pounds of sterling silver will be offered as-well-as a large collection fine Victorian gold jewelry. From a storage wars find comes a unit packed with over 200 lots of World War I & II military collection as-well-as a very extensive beer advertising and can collection. This sale will be packed floor to ceiling with 4-rings selling for 15 hours each! Hope to see you at the sale! Highlights to include: Large selection of quality oak furniture, nice selection of Harden cherry furniture, quality Lenox, and Royal Copenhagen dinnerware, Tiffany & Co. sterling flatware, Gorham sterling tableware dinnerware set, 150+ pieces of Quimper with many unusual patterns, large selection of primitives and folk art, early icons, many English antiques, 400 clocks and clock parts, E. Howard & Co. Boston railroad station clock, JW Hietel Philadelphia tall case jeweler’s mercury pendulum clock 30+ 18th & 19th century English & American barometers, quality electronics including Thorens TD520 record player, McIntosh 7200 amp, 100+ pieces of art, 200+ lots of Gold and silver coins and US currency, 800+ lots of Victorian Gold and costume jewelry and accessories, plus much more. Please refer to web-site for detailed listing! OVER 2,500+ BOX LOTS PACKED WITH HIDDEN TREASURES FROM LOCAL ESTATES! MANY ITEMS STILL BEING UNPACKED AND SORTED! MANY UNADVERTISED HIDDEN TREASURES AWAIT YOU! COMPLETE DETAIL LIST & OVER 1,500 PHOTOGRAPHS POSTED ON OUR WEB SITE!

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