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VOL. 45, NO. 26 FRIDAY JUNE 27, 2014

Old Toy Soldier Auctions To Offer Lifetime Collection Of James A. Henderson As Centerpiece Of 1,500-Lot Sale On June 27-29

The elusive Britains Royal Marine Light Infantry Band, boxed (not shown), is estimated at $12,000-$15,000.

ld Toy Soldier’s (OTSA) November 2013 auction grossed a record-setting $590,000 for the Pennsylvaniabased company, but owner Ray Haradin thinks that record may soon be shattered. Over the course of three days on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June 27 to 29, OTSA will present the James A. Henderson collection, an assemblage of soldiers that Haradin describes as “the most exciting collection [he has] handled to date,” as the featured highlight of its approximately 1,500-lot auction. One of America’s top executives, Henderson retired from Cummins Engine Co. Inc. after a distinguished 35-year career. He held senior leadership positions at Cummins beginning in 1977, when he was appointed president and chief operating officer. Eventually he rose to the ranks of chairman and CEO. In his free time, Henderson avidly collected Britains. “James Henderson has always appreciated


Greenhill/Courtenay knights custom made for Old Toy Soldier Auctions and ranging in price from $200-$2,000.

A Hocker Band Stand is one of many newer production sets to be sold in the June 27 session.

provenance, and his collection is filled with rarities formerly in the collections of His A Britains special paint band commissioned for H.R.H., the Duke of Gloucester, is estimated Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester, at $9,000-$12,000. Britains’ Archive, Malcolm Forbes and were a Germanic style of largerscale, hollowcast figures that Britains only prod u c e d between 1893 and 1897. Very few figures have surv i v e d Britains Germanic-style Royal Scots Greys, estimate $12,000-$15,000, from the A and Royal Fusiliers, est. $7,000-$9,000, as pictured on the cover of James production Opie’s “Great Book of Britains.” These are selections from more than 30 Greenwood and Ball figures with estiruns of these mates ranging from $100 to $1,000. two sets, so to find either set in a complete Dockyard, a famous and historical toy and model shop in Glasgow, Scotland, that Ed Ruby,” said Haradin. “He started collect- state is almost unheard of,” said Haradin. The figures from sets No. 6 and 7 have opened in 1789 and operated through the ing in the early 1980s and was very active plugged-in arms that are attached by an early 1970s. The displays have a tin base to through the turn of the 21st century, with an emphasis on buying from ‘name’ collections.” interior rod. Because the arms were sepa- which mounted figures were affixed. The The Henderson collection will be the rately cast, Britains could adapt them to displays could be rolled through the store via exclusive focus of the Saturday, June 28, hold a rifle or trumpet. After a brief five- tracks attached beneath their platforms, thus session. Two of the top entries are a Britains year run, this particular type of arm was rendering the impression of soldiers marchset No. 6, the Royal Scots Greys (est. replaced by a moveable arm, Haradin said. ing. There are eight such displays, with estiAnother special treat in the Henderson mates ranging from $1,500 to $7,000. $12,000-$15,000), and set No. 7, the Royal (Continued on page 4) Fusiliers ($7,000-$9,000). Both sets are collection is the selection of extremely rare and desirable Britains Paris Office sets. complete, carry provenance from the Ed Ruby collection, and are featured on the Produced for only a short time starting in cover of James Opie’s “The Great Book of 1905, figures from Britains’ French subsidiary are identifiable primarily by their Britains.” “These two sets are, arguably, the most paint style, but many are marked “Depose,” desirable sets Britains ever made. They Haradin said. “After the Paris branch closed, the molds were sent to Britains’ headquarters in England, so the only sure way to identify the Paris productions is by the paintwork, which is quite distinctive.” Also in the Henderson collection are a number of special-order pieces that were painted per the customer’s request at Britains’ factory. Among the rare, commissioned items to be auctioned is a Scots Guard Pipe Band set, which was formerly The unique boxed Britains Set 1204 Terrain the property of The Duke of Gloucester and is estimated at $9,000-$12,000. Terrier, is estimated at $3,000-$5,000. A. Henderson, retired chairman and Previously part of the Ed Ruby James CEO of Cummins Engine Co. Inc., at home collection, several Britains displays were with prized pieces from his collection dismade especially for the Clyde Model played in a showcase.

This Britains Paris Office Dragoons is estimated at $5,000-$7,000.

Here are five of eight Clyde Model Dockyard displays that will be sold as separate lots with estimates ranging from $1,500 to $7,000 each.

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The 52nd Annual Lititz Antiques Show Is Set For June 27 And 28

Screen Is Top Lot In A Two-Session Auction That Grossed More Than $800,000

children’s toys, fine early pottery and porcelain, silver, kitchen items, a large variety of smalls, ephemera, quilts and coverlets, dolls, holiday items, early glass, homemade items and make-dos. Also for sale will be country primitives including paint-decorated and grain-decorated furniture retaining original surfaces. Showgoers can count on a deep well of diverse offerings. Show hours will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. Admission is $8 or $7 with an ad or card. Paid antique show visitors are entitled to free admission to tour the historic Johannes Mueller House (1792) and adjacent Schroop House (1793) museum. Tours are led by costumed docents. Museum grounds and houses are located a short drive or walk from the show site. Tours include well-kept, attractive rear gardens as well as an 18th-century, Colonial atmosphere with Moravian roots. For more information, visit www.lititzhistorical

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A Moorish bronze jeweled fire screen, attributed to Tiffany Studios and featuring rope twisted brass with insert art glass and stones, sold for $60,000 at a two-day estates sale held May 18 and 19 by S & S Auction Inc. in the firm’s southern New Jersey gallery. The facility is located at 62 Repaupo Station Road in Repaupo, N.J. The fire screen,

measuring 27.5 inches tall and 35.5 inches wide, was the top lot of the sale. The May 18 session consisted of 430 lots of antiques, artwork and decorative accessories. May 19 featured 460 lots of 19th- and 20th-century Modern and Design pieces. The Tiffany fire screen sold on May 18, to a Baltimore, Md., collector. The screen descended from a Baltimore family with ties to Hecht’s, the Baltimore department store. Overall, the auction grossed just o v e r $800,000, w h i c h pleased The top lot of the auction was this Moorish G l e n n bronze jeweled fire screen attributed to Tiffany Sweeney of S Studios. It sold for $60,000. & S Auction Inc. “We expected the Saturday session to do well because of the quality that had been consigned,” he said. “Sunday was a nice surprise and showed me that better examples of antique furniture are still in demand. We had a wide variety of pieces, in many of the styles and periods.” About 400 people attended the event live over the course of the two days. Online bidding was facilitated by, attracting 562 registered bidders on May 18 and 442 registered bidders on May 19. Phone bidding was very brisk both days and absentee bids were also recorded. About 2,500 uncataloged lots also

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came up for bid. A Danish rosewood tamThe following are addi- bour (sliding shutter) door tional highlights from the May sideboard, 31.75-by-78.7518 session. All prices quoted inches and in good condition, include a 20 percent buyer’s commanded $4,500 despite premium. the fact that it was missing two A pair of lots posted iden- interior drawers, and a Modern tical selling prices of $15,600. The first was a monumental pair of 19th-century gilt French mirrors, fashioned from carved wood and gesso and standing 97-by-53-inches. The second was an 18th-century Dutch burl walnut tall case clock, marked Gerrit Knip & Zoon of Amsterdam and in A monumental pair of 19th-century gilt very good condi- French mirrors made from carved wood tion, impressive at and gesso, 97 inches tall, sold for $15,600. 102 inches tall. A Jansen French commode, ebonized with bronze boulle and gilt bronze mounts, in very good condition and an example of the finest quality, rose to $8,400, while an unsigned and This set of six Hans Wegner teakwood sawunframed oil-on- buck chairs in good condition, showing board painting of a only light wear to the finish, sold for $3,000. woman seated at a piano with a child, titled “The queen-size Lucite canopy bed, Piano Lesson,” 16.5-by-12- crystal clear and in good shape inches, went to a determined save for some crazing in the bidder for $8,100. Lucite, measuring 84-by-85A patinated and gilt bronze inches, topped out at $2,400. French figural clock, signed An oval Arne Vodder “A. Calmels” by the French Danish rosewood dining table, sculptor Celestin Anatole missing some mounting Calmels (1822-1906), went screws for the legs but still in for $6,900, and a French gilt overall very good condition, wood panel featuring a 12- changed hands for $2,760, and inch Sevres porcelain plaque a Johannes Andersen Smile with a hand-painted portrait of teakwood coffee table, showthe Duchess of Devonshire ing some wear to the finish on (signed “Ullman”), with 12 top but in otherwise good consurrounding 3-inch Sevres dition, rose to $2,160. porcelains, made $4,800. A set of six Hans Wegner teakwood sawbuck chairs exhibiting some light wear to the finish but in overall good shape went for $3,000; a pair of Eames (for Herman Miller) black leather aluminum chairs, in very good condition, hammered for $2,280; and a twopiece Borg Mogensen leather parlor set, in only fair condition, with wear to the leather and finish, still made $2,400. S & S Auction Inc. has The unsigned and unframed A two-piece Borg Mogensen 19th-century oil-on-board leather parlor set in fair condi- another major sale planned painting, titled “The Piano tion, with wear to the leather from Sunday, July 27, to

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dealers and collectors who utilize company services. Therefore it is best to do your research before choosing to buy any kind of collectible certified by any grading company you

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full events that occurred during this time frame. However what should be clear is that there has always been a true need for unbiased third party grading and certification. Note that it was also in the 1980s when Wall Street became fascinated with coin collecting as an investment and the concept of investing in coins became a mainstream event no longer contained by numismatic connoisseurs. The average collector of modest means was now starting to collect and speculate on coins and some less than ethical firms began to cater to this growing market as a result. All of these events culminated into several third party grading companies emerging to meet the influx of demand for a more balanced marketplace for the end consumer. Since then many third party grading companies have come and gone and several others are still thriving to this very day. That being said two of the most well respected companies in the field of coin grading are PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) and NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation). PCGS is part of the Collector’s Universe line of companies and is a publicly traded company on the NASDAQ stock exchange. NGC is part of the Certified Collectibles Group that now


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717-352-8485 McCollums BBQ On Premises

Bucks County Antique Gallery


From Rte 30...Take Columbia/Marietta Exit; Follow 441 (Third St.) into Downtown Columbia; Turn Right onto Locust St., Go a Block-And-A-Half; Turn Left on Bank Ave.


997-3227 “VOTED BEST OF BUCKS 2013!”

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(814) 696-4000 Antique Gallery Open Daily 9-5, Closed Wed. Flea Market Open Sat. & Sun. 9-5 * Dealer Space Available Call For Booth Availability Today!

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12,000 Sq. Ft.

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Over 150 Antique Dealers • Over 200 Flea Market Dealers Caboose Café Open Weekends S812521

Tues. thru Sat. 10-5, Sun. Noon-5

Located At 125 Bank Ave. Historic Columbia, Pennsylvania

1401 Second Avenue, Rt. 22 & 764, Duncansville, PA

8 Skyline Drive (South of Rt. 152)

CHALFONT, PA 18914 Antiques & More!

Everything You Want Under One Roof! Antique Gallery * Flea Market * Café

June 27th, 28th & 29th Daily 10am-5pm Closed Tuesday S847213

Grist Mill Haddon Heights Antiques Center Antiques Center

New Jersey

Head east on Rt. 38; turn left at light after Rt. 206 intersection

ANTIQUE MARKET 2705 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird In Hand, PA 17505

(856) 546-0555 (609) 726-1588

(717) 397-1291

The Power House


The Rivertowne Antique Center is located in the Inside the antique center is the original historic Bachman-Forry tobacco warehouse in counter and stools from the Sun Restaurant in Columbia, Lancaster County, Pa. Lancaster, Pa. (1930s).

Open 7 Days A Week 9 A.M.-5 P.M.

Antique Emporium of Asbury Park

70 Tollgate Rd., Quakertown, PA 200 feet east of route 309

(215) 538-9445

12,000 Square Feet!


Antiques • Collectibles • Furniture • Jewelry • Crafts Primitives • Linens • Paper Ephemera • Books Greeting Cards • Prints • Sheet Music Postcards • Candles

Antique and art dealers of fine European and American furniture, art, bronzes, statuary, porcelain, glass, china, silver, primitives, jewelry, clocks, decorative items, linens, collectibles, and much more!

WE ALSO PROVIDE: Chair Caning • Lamp Rewiring Book Binding • China & Pottery Repair Custom Furniture • Furniture Repair & Finishing

t Layaways & Gift Certificates Available Regular Hours Mon., Thurs. & Sun. 10-5; Fri. & Sat. 10-6

Angie’s Country Corner

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6 46 Cookman Avenue, Asbury Park, New Jersey



Rt. 29 3 Mi. N. Of Rt. 422 Collegeville, PA 19426 Fine Antiques, Collectibles, Jewelry, Coins, Art Deco, Roseville, Rare Books, Glass, Vintage Clothing, Stamps, Postcards, Christmas Collectibles, Old Toys, Advertising & Much, Much More. OPEN EVERY SUNDAY 9-5 Ph. 610-489-7388

Just minutes from Exit 102, Garden State Parkway

(717) 244-8126 OPEN 7 DAYS • MON.-SAT. 10-5; SUN. 12-5 10,000 Sq. Ft. - 2 Levels Of Quality Antiques & Collectibles

MILROY EXIT U RT. 322 U MILROY, PA U LEFT AT LIGHT 22 miles E of State College - 65 miles W of Harrisburg

Over 50 Dealers Featuring... Primitives • Glassware • Jewelry • Pottery • Furniture Music Memorabilia • Milk Bottles • Coins • Sports Cards Postcards • Comic Books • Dealer Supplies • Vintage Clothing

Over 125 Active Antique Dealers Co-Op


Special Events & Sales Throughout The Year!

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WEIL ANTIQUE CENTER Featuring Quality Antiques & Collectibles,

In The Historic “White Barn”

2200 31st St. SW,


16,000 Sq. Ft. of Unique and Exciting Antiques and Collectibles


1 Mile S. of Historic Smithville Village and 9 Miles N. of Atlantic City

Select Dealer Space and Showcases Available OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK: 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. The Jersey Shore’s Largest Co-Op

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Antique Center Hours: Monday Thru Friday 10-6, Saturday 10-5, Sunday 11-5


424 High Street Burlington City, NJ 08016

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Open 10-5 Wednesday Thru Sunday

Phone 610-388-2000 Fax 610-388-2720 E-Mail


Located Directly On Rt. 1 “At The White Barn”

Monday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday: Closed Wednesday thru Saturday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday: 12 noon to 6 p.m.

Over 60 dealers Antiques, Vintage, Victorian, Primitive, Glassware, Military, Postcards, Collectibles, Books, Records, and much more! http:/

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878 Baltimore Pike (Rt. 1), CHADDS FORD, PA 19317


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2885 York Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325 Limited Space Available for Quality Dealers Only

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Antique & Vintage Furniture • Jewelry • Sterling Silver Fine China • Crystal • Coins • Books • Dolls • Trains Decorative Paintings • Fine Art • Glassware • Figurines • Pottery Quilts • Rugs • Linens • Bottles • Tools • Musical Instruments Sports Memorabilia • Vintage Clothing • & Much, Much More.

Over 150 Dealers

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Visit our restored 19th century barn offering a wide selection of antique and vintage furniture, collectibles, primitives, garden antiques, industrial re-use, linens, clocks, jewelry, vintage clothing and much more. Surrounding the barn is Cricket’s Garden Market featuring a large variety of plants, shrubs, trees and vintage garden treasures. Open Daily 10 AM – 5 PM Thursdays until 7 PM


Bank Barn offering 15,000 Sq. Ft. of Quality Antiques, Primitives, Estate Furniture, with Appropriate Accessories & Smalls.








Saturday 9 to 4

Phone 484-646-9099

Open 77 DAYS Days OPEN 11-5 Daily 10-5


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said Madar. “What we’ve seen lately is the younger generation coming in recognizing the utilitarian value of antiques for use

in furnishing and decorating their home, and that is very encouraging.” During the three-day Anniversary Sale event, shopgoers won’t want to miss the opportunity to find that unique item at a great price. Customers can visit the

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SHOPS & CENTERS café (which features the trans- also enter to win valuable gift layaway and shipping are avail- 717-684-8514 or visit the able. Dealers and decorators are center’s Facebook page at planted original 1930s counter certificates too! and stools from the popular Sun The antique center is conve- always welcome. For more information, call Antiques. Restaurant in downtown niently located off Route 30. At Lancaster) and sample a taste of the Columbia/Marietta exit, folfresh roasted gourmet coffee low 441S (3rd Street) to downfrom Vintage Coffee Works. town, turn right on Locust, go a Light refreshments and pastries block and a half, and turn left on will be served. Customers can Bank Avenue. There is free parking and Visa/MasterCard is accepted. Gift certificates, 80 Dealer Co-Op PEMBERTON, NJ 08068 Limited Space Available Clements Bridge Rd. Route 616, & E. Atlantic Ave. BIRD IN HAND 127 Hanover Street Haddon Heights,


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All ads in guide are listed in zip code sequence within each state. All other ads have zip codes. To ďŹ nd out where advertisers are located, check the ďŹ rst three digits of the zip code against the locator list below. The ďŹ rst three digits tell you which part of each state the advertiser is located in. (We suggest you circle in advance the advertisers you plan to visit. Then locate and mark the towns on your driving map). CONNECTICUT 060-1-2 Central & Northeastern 063 Southeastern 064-9 Southwestern

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

MARYLAND 215 & 217 Western 210-12 Northern 214 & 206 Southern 216-218-219 Northeastern

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

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

21901 North East 410-287-8318 5 & 10 ANTIQUE MARKET, 115 S. Main St. Daily 10am-6pm. Cecil County’s largest! Buying/ selling antiques & collectibles. Gourmet chocolates.

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

21921 Elkton 410-398-0954 IRON BRIDGE FARM, 2953 Appleton Rd. Antiques and collectibles. Three full floors. Seven days week, 10-5. Rush & cane chairs. Mins. from I-95 near Fair Hill area.

08033 Haddonfield 856-429-1929 HADDONFIELD ANTIQUES CENTER, 9 Kings Highway East. Multi-dealer co-op, Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4. Antiques, collectibles, vintage merchandise, art, books, brass, copper, furniture, glassware, jewelry, pottery, silver, toys, etc.

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

07701 Red Bank 732-224-0033 MONMOUTH ST. EMPORIUM, 27 Monmouth St., Voted Best Antique Store in Monmouth Co. 2012-2014, Multi-Dealer 5,000 s.f. shop. Open 7 days/ week. Space available.

08037 Hammonton 609-567-1889 ANTIQUE MARKETPLACE of Downtown Hammonton, 109 12th St. Tues-Sat. 10-6, Sun. 11-5. 15,000sq.ft full of antiques, collectibles, used furniture.

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

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

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

19711 Newark 302-733-7677 MAIN STREET ANTIQUES, 23 Liberty Plaza. Hrs. Mon-Sat. 12-8, Sun. 12-5 Over 45 Showcase & Room Dealers selling quality antiques/ collectibles.

19958 Lewes 302-645-2309 HERITAGE ANTIQUE MARKET, 16168 Coastal Hwy. (RT1), 2 mi. N. of Five Points, Lewes. Furniture, books, dolls, china, bronze statues, glass, jewelry, art & more at our Antique Mall of 60 Dealers. Open 10-5pm (Summer) 115pm (Winter).

20758 Friendship 410-286-5932 FRIENDSHIP ANTIQUES 3 W. Friendship Rd. In an 1806 Parsonage offering a wide range of Antiques, Art, Jewelry, Glassware, Collectibles, Fossils and Minerals. Thurs.-Sun. 11-5. 21028 Churchville 410-734-6228 YE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, Route 22 & Aldino Rd. Minutes from I-95. Oak furniture, advertising, toys, militaria, glassware, general line. Hrs daily 10-4 21078 Havre de Grace 410-942-0701 SENECA CANNERY ANTIQUES, 201 St. John St... Largest Mall in Havre de Grace with 50+ quality dealers. Open 7 days, M-S 10-5, S 11-5. Wide Selection of antiques & collectibles. 21157 Westminster 410-857-4044 WESTMINISTER ANTIQUE MALL 433 Hahn Rd 25,000 s.f., furn., military, toys, silver, coins, comics, glassware. Generally open 7 days/ week Mon. - Sat. 10-6; Sun. 12-6.

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

16159 W. Middlesex 724-528-2490 ANTIQUE AND FLEA MARKET OF WEST MIDDLESEX RT18 S. Open Wed. thru Sun. 9am-5pm. Monthly Auctions. 16686 Tyrone 814-684-5088 I-99 ANTIQUES, conveniently located off the Tyrone Exit of Interstate 99, 1222 Pennsylvania Avenue. Quality antiques & collectibles. 40 dealers. Open Daily 10-5, Sun 12-5. Dealers welcome. 16801 State College 814-238-2980 APPLE HILL ANTIQUES, Rt. 26N to 169 Gerald Street. Distinctive antiques in a gallery setting. Over 60 dealers. Open daily 10 to 6. Wide variety.

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17062 Millerstown 717-589-7810 STITCH IN TIME ANTIQUE & GIFT MALL 43 N. Market St. Antiques, Collectibles, Furniture, Quality Handmade Crafts & Gifts. Open 7 days 10-5, Fri. til 8. Millerstown exit off RT322. 17225 Greencastle 717-593-9990 THE SHOP 144 E. Baltimore St. 1/2 mi. off I-81 Exit 5. Antiques, Collectibles & Decorative accessories. Open Wed. thru Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-4. 18080 Slatington 610-767-8400 BUS STOP INDOOR FLEA MARKET 8281 RT 873, every Fri., Sat., Sun. 9am5pm. Crafts, Antiques, & Flea Market items. Former Keystone Lamp Factory. New vendors welcomed. 18251 Sybertsville 570-788-1275 HAL’S ANTIQUE FLEA MARKET, 732 State Rte. 93, Exit 256 off I-80, take 93 S. or Exit 145 off I-81, take 93 N. Sundays 9am-4pm. 18335 Marshalls Creek 570-223-8640 POCONO BAZAAR FLEA MARKET Route 209. Outdoor/ Indoor climate controled marketplace. 100’s of Vendors. New Vendors welcomed. Open year round Sat./ Sun 9-5 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. 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, Paintings, Glass-Cut & Pressed, Silver, Primitives, Furniture, Lamps, M-Sa 11-5:30. Sun 11-5.


Point Pavilion Antique Centre


608 Arnold Ave. Pt. Pleasant Beach, NJ

38 Dealers 2 Somerset Street


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

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


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- Antique Mercury Glass - Collectables - Unique Painted Furniture Beaver Creek Antique Market 20202 National Pike, Hagerstown, MD 21740 (301)-739-8075



Open Daily 10-5 P.M. 1 Chesapeake Ave.


(301) 447-6471

5862 Urbana Pike (Rt. 355 So.) Frederick, MD Open Daily 10-6 “Late� Thursdays ‘til 8 pm

18946 Pineville/Newtown 215-630-7338 REBECCA DANIELS ANT. & COLLECT. 1093 Route 413, Durham Rd, barn behind Pineville Post Office. Hrs. on 18947 Pipersville 215-766-7145 BUX-MONT CONSIGNMENT SHOPPE 6719 Easton Rd. Over 75 vendors with Antiques, Collectibles & Consignments. Ladies & Gentlemen something for everyone. Open Daily 9-5 closed Tues. and Wed. 18951 Quakertown 215-536-4547 ANTIQUES AT 200 EAST/ EAST BROAD ANTIQUES, 215-536-4408, Multi-DLR shops. One Stop Shopping. 2 Fantastic Stores. Intersections Rts. 212 & 313. Shop where Dealers Buy! Open 7 days. 18962 Silverdale 215-453-1414 THE FACTORY ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES, 130 West Main Street, Rt 113, Bucks County. Featuring 40 Dealers. Open Wednesday thru Sunday 10 -5, Sundays 11-4 19147 Philadelphia 215-668-0195 BIZARRE BAZAAR 720 South 5th St. New/ Olde Curiousity Shop. An Eclectic Emporium of Everything Esoteric! Specializing in: Odd Art, Unique Antiques, Cultural Cool-lectibles + Curiosities! See the ODDITORIUM! Open 12-8pm. 19343 Glenmoore 610-942-4834 ANTIQUES AT SILVER BELL FARM, Cricket’s Garden Market, 1641 Horseshoe Pike (Rts.322 & 82). 30+ Dlrs- antique/ vintage furniture, primitives, timepieces, jewelry, home decor, plants, garden items. daily 10-5, Thur. until 7.

19355 Frazer 610-651-8299 FRAZER ANTIQUES. -Best kept secret on Phila. Main Line- Open daily 10am5pm. 2 mi east of Rte 202 on Rt. 30. 19522 Fleetwood 610-207-2702 THE SHOPPES AT KIRBYVILLE RT 222 between Kutztown & Reading minutes from I-78. 10,000 sq.ft 3 story barn. Antiques, collectibles, furniture, unique items. Thurs.-Sun. 9-4 or appt.

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CALL 1-800-428-4211, ext. 2561 or

717-653-9848 Monday- Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

FAX 717-492-2566 24 hours a day Your ad will be processed on the next business day

E-MAIL Submit your ad to us at Deadline: Wednesday 4:00pm for Fridays edition

Noted Book Expert Joins Gateway Gallery Auction House Staff William B. Earley has joined Gateway Gallery Auction LLC as a specialist consultant for antiquarian and out of print books. Earley brings nearly 40 years of experience in the fine book and manuscript field to Gateway. He will be responsible for assessing and cataloging rare, antiquarian, out of print books, as well as local history memorabilia. A Chambersburg, Pa.,

native, Earley owned and operated Twice Read Books in Chambersburg. He is widely regarded for his knowledge of regional and state history as well as Civil War and American literature. Individuals and institutions interesting in having Mr. Earley review their collections may contact him though Gateway Gallery Auction at 717-263-6512.

There are a lot of reputable companies that are simply overshadowed by much larger competitors when in fact they perform a similar service for a reasonable cost. As to whether or not these companies ascertain an added premium in the marketplace is another question entirely. In my next article in this series I will analyze how third party grading has impacted the markets they serve and the

controversies surrounding their existence. I will also dispel a lot of the myths surrounding third party grading companies as a whole and discuss both the positive and negative influences they have had on the market. In the meantime it is important to at least recognize the existence of third party grading because there is a chance it may just revolutionize your favorite collecting category sometime in the near future!

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Everything From Antiques To Collectibles

(Off Main St.)

Open Wed.-Mon. 11 A.M.-5 P.M.


Furniture Art & Prints Advertising • Textiles      Records • Pottery • Civil War Items

35,000 Sq. Ft. Over 130 Booths

Emmitsburg, MD


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

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AVER CREEK E B ANTIQUES MARKET 20202 National Pike Hagerstown, MD

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

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Open Every Day 10-6


To place your classified ad Call 1-800-428-4211


609-466-9833 Open Daily 10-5, Sun. 11-5

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

Monday, July 28. Sunday’s session will featured antiques, art and decorative accessories, while Monday will showcase 20th-century Modern and Design. Cataloged sessions will begin at 1 p.m. S & S Auctions holds bi-weekly sales every other Monday and typically conducts two large cataloged auctions per year. To learn more about this or the upcoming July 27 and 28 sale, call 856-467-3778 or visit

An Arne Vodder Danish rosewood oval dining table, missing a few mounting screws but still in good shape, sold for $2,760.

This Danish rosewood tambour (sliding shutter) door sideboard, sold for $4,500.


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SHOWS & MARKETS ANTIQUE SHOW & FLEA MARKET CALENDAR NEW YORK 07/05-06/14, STORMVILLE, SAT & SUN 8 AM-4 PM, Antique Show & Flea Market, 428 Rt 216, Stormville Airport

DELAWARE 06/29/14, NEWARK, SUN 10 AM3 PM, Sports Card & Collectible, 400 Ogletown Rd, Aetna Fire Hall

OHIO 06/28-29/14, SPRINGFIELD, SAT 8 AM-5 PM SUN 9 AM-4 PM, Antiques Show & Flea Market, 4401 S Charleston Pike, Clark County Fairgrounds

GEORGIA 07/10-13/14, ATLANTA, THURS 12:45 PM-6 PM FRI & SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center 08/07-10/14, ATLANTA, THURS 12:45-6 PM FRI & SAT 9 AM-6 PM SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, , Atlanta Expo Center

06/28/14, CARBONDALE, SAT 10 AM-6 PM, Antiques, 7 Park Place, In The Park 07/05/14, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Flea Market, Germantown Ave & Queen Ln, Germantown Flea at Grumblethorpe

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Sunday, July 13, 2014 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. West Trenton Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1

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07/12-13/14, HONESDALE, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 482 Grove St, Wayne Highlands Middle School

PENNSYLVANIA 06/26-28/14, KUTZTOWN, THURS 10 AM-4 PM FRI & SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antiques & Collectors Extravaganza, 740 Noble St, Renningers Antique Market

07/12/14, EAGLES MERE, SAT 9 AM-4 PM, Antiques Market, On the Green, Eagles Mere Historic Village

06/27-28/14, LITITZ, FRI 10 AM5 PM SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 101 N Oak St, Bonfield Elementary School

07/13/14, SELINSGROVE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques, University Avenue, On The Avenue

MARYLAND 07/05/14, TIMONIUM, SAT 9 AM-4 PM, Toy & Collectible, 2200 York Rd, Timonium Fairgrounds

06/27-29/14, ADAMSTOWN, FRI-SUN 7 AM-4 PM, Summer Extravaganza, Rt 897 S, Shupp' Grove Antique Market

07/26-27/14, CAMP HILL, SAT 9 AM-3 PM SUN 10 AM-2 PM, Wade Fest, Rt 15 N, Camp Hill Radisson Hotel

07/06/14, TIMONIUM, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Mega Flea Market, 2200 York Rd, Timonium Fairgrounds

06/28/14, CARBONDALE, SAT 10 AM-6 PM, Antiques, 7 Park Place, Historic Memorial Park on Main St.

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JUNE 27 10-5

ALLENTOWN, PA ONE DAY SHOW! Allentown Paper Show



Directions - Exit 63 Garden State Parkway to Rt. 72 E. to Long Beach Blvd. - bear left towards CVS. Head north 9 miles to Barnegat Light. Make left at 19th St. - then one block to Viking Village.

Antique Advertising, Book, Photography & Paper Show

Saturday, July 5th 9 A.M.-4 P.M. Admission $5 th

Over 55 quality dealers Free Admission Fresh Seafood Lunch & Coffee Bar Available Promoted by: The Seawife (609) 361-8039







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06/28/14, EPHRATA, SAT 9 AM, Antiques, Tools, Jewelry, Etc., 125 Church Ave., Rich Harry

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06/28/14, ERWINNA, SAT 9 AM, Furniture, Antiques, Jewelry, Collectibles, Crocks, HH, Etc., 441 Headquarters Road, Ralph D. Freed Auctioneers, Inc.

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06/28/14, LEMOYNE, SAT 10 AM, Box lots, collectibles, Christmas, house & home, art, tools; Real Estate Noon; furniture 12:30 pm; organ & player piano 1 pm, OnSite 814 Riverview Rd, Cordier Auctions & Appraisals

07/03/14, HATFIELD, THURS 9 AM & 3 PM, 9 am - Antiques & Collectibles including jewelry, artwork, furniture tools etc.; 3 pm Online Dental, 501 Fairgrounds Rd, Alderfer Auction & Appraisal

06/28/14, NEWPORT, SAT 9 AM, Antiques & Collectibles including, Tiffany lamp, clocks, guns, fishing rods, furniture, books & paper, baseball & football, toys, trains, household, tools; Real Estate will be at Noon at 517 Market St, Newport (717-574-2794 for inspection), Perry County Fairgrounds, Fahnestock's Auction Service 06/29/14, HARRISBURG, SUN 11AM, Specialty Auction including Coins, Jewelry & Sterling, 1500 Paxton St., Cordier Auctions & Appraisals

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Preview 12 Noon to 6 P.M. Selling 1957 Chevrolet Belair at 7 P.M. Driver, 283 engine, restored 25 years ago, running. Jewelry, Beer Signs, Heisey Glass, Lenox, Postcards, Photo, US & Foreign coins, Confederate Currency, Morgan and Peace dollars, Russian Currency, 1909-1998 Jefferson Nickel collection, US mint Die used to make Quarters, Cigarette Case inscribed 1927 Maccabees Game, Hummels, Stamps, Lanterns, Tools, Vintage Christmas, Linens, Train Items, Records (45s, 78s, & LPs), Antique Dolls, Toys, Airplane Items, Silverware, Books, Household Items and Box Lots. Something for everyone in the Family - Great E-Bay items! Summer Memories made here! DIRECTIONS: Follow signs to Cape May Ferry - Turn right at Beach Road. (at the Bay) Go approx. 1 mile to Cliffside Avenue, make a right and follow signs. Owner or seller not responsible for loss or injury related to sale.

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(From Rt. 113 & Rt. 611, cross over 611, follow Hollow Horn Rd. which becomes Cafferty Rd., turn L on Headquarters Rd. *Last auction for est. of E. Weaver* FURNITURE: Cherry DL table, childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rocker & table, stands & tables, 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen set, mirrors, bureau, cedar chest, book shelves, Singer sewing machine D110, M. Washington stand, benches, Leciere yarn winder, toolbox, etc. ANTIQUES: Crocks, jugs & lids, Lefton tea set, McCoy, Stangl, pitchers, B&G & German plates, scales, Sterling handled knife set, costume jewelry, gold & sterling, 2 pocket watches, 1884 Silver dollar, foreign coins, postcards including Bucks Co. photos, Military photos & pins, 1950â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s metal framed negatives in wdn. box, pictures include: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Vigilâ&#x20AC;? Allen Saalburg, Uhlerstown, USS Ships Minneapolis 1934 & Washington 1940, W. Mason Bucks Co. prints, Mt. Pink & Gold Dust by Hudson, etc.; Pinups, 30â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s-60â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s magazines, Dep. glass, inkwells, baskets, quilt tops, buttons, hatpins, seed & feed bags, linens, vint. clothing, fabric, yarn, craft, rug making & stained glass supplies, Christmas items, glass eggs, Bisque, Kewpie, mini & other dolls, celluloid mini animals, Charles Barry Phila. Athletics bat pen 1930, books, old bottles & canning jars, meat grinders, Singer oil tins, advert. tins, blowtorch, Griswold #4 pan, Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s books: J. Steinbeck 1938 Red Pony, Alice in Wonderland, etc.; Iron log holder, fireplace back & CI tools, berry boxes, planters, elec. chain saw sharpeners, misc. tools, many box lots and more to be unpacked. TERMS: CASH, CHECK **NO BUYERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PREMIUM** SNACK STAND RALPH D. FREED AUCTIONEERS INC. AY002100 610-287-8901 See #3561 for photos.


of his career working with it exclusively. The glass objects that he designed, such as vases, ashtrays, tableware, and other household accessories, are now considered iconic representations of the art nouveau and art deco movements. This publication, by


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Smack Dab In The Middle: Design Trends Of The Mid-20th Century A World Of Fun: 50th Anniversary Of The New York World’s Fair By Donald-Brian Johnson

Abe Lincoln was there. So were the “Flintstones.” Michelangelo’s “Pieta” paid an exclusive visit. And, the enormous inhabitants of Sinclair’s “Dinoland” bid folks a toothy welcome. During the summers of 1964 and ‘65, a gee-whillikers wonderland welcomed one and all to Flushing Meadows Park, a former New York garbage dump. This was the place to be. . .a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience “the world of tomorrow - today!” “This” was the New York World’s Fair. And I was there, too. In the official “Fair Guidebook,” event president Robert Moses noted, “the Fair aims to be universal, to have something for everyone.” That it did, which is

why it retains its significance 50 years after the fact. Mid-century modern was the overriding architectural style. Space-age futurism, in the form of spheres, spires, and swooping, sweeping, building facades, resulted in a design environment just right for the atomic generation. New and more adaptable construction materials, such as Fiberglas and stainless steel, meant that anything that could be imagined could be built. Here was a place where the “Jetsons” would be right at home. (In fact, in some Fair advertising materials, they were.) Now, about my own World’s Fair connection: in 1965, I was chosen for the “Boy Scout Service Corps.” Our job: staffing the Fair’s Boy Scout Pavilion. Our attire: old-fashioned “campaign” hats, and, over our regular khaki uniforms,

“must-wear-at-all-times” red nylon jackets. (Since this was summertime, many a sweltering Fair day was in store.) We were each assigned specific Pavilion duties. Mine: demonstrating mouthto-mouth resuscitation on “Resusci-Annie.” Remember her? This lifelike plastic dummy had a full-sized head crowned with wispy blonde hair and a realistic torso.

When resuscitation was performed correctly, “Annie’s” chest would miraculously rise and fall. But, since “Annie” had to fold up in a suitcase when not in use, the rest of her was much less realistic. Her legs, just ski pants stuffed with cotton batting, had a habit of flopping about the display table. Plus, “Annie’s” rubbery lips had to be wiped thoroughly with rubbing alcohol after each use, playing havoc with teenage complexions.

However, time away from “Annie” was magical. My Fair notebook indicates that, over the summer, “Don saw 41 exhibits.” Among the favorites: General Motors’ “Futurama”; GE’s “Skydome”; the Kodak “Moondeck”; the Vatican Pavilion, with its awe-inspiring “Pieta” sculpture; the Illinois Pavilion with a walking, talking Abe Lincoln (Disney’s first use of that technology); U.S. Rubber’s

80-foot Ferris Wheel in the shape of a gigantic tire; and, of course, the Pepsi-Cola Pavilion, featuring the debut of Disney’s “It’s A Small World.” During our “Small World” mini-cruise past multinational singing and cavorting puppets, the boat ground to a halt. We stayed as we were for about half an hour - but those happy puppets kept on singing. I still have “It’s A Small (Continued on page 18)

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Two souvenir tumblers, one depicting the brand-new Shea Stadium, the other the New York State Pavilion, 6.5 inches high, are estimated at $10-$15 each. From the Jan McKelvie Collection.

A souvenir thermometer with ★ Fair visuals, marked “A Pamco Product,” estimated at $25- ★ $30. From the Jan McKelvie ★ Collection. ★ ★ ★ ★

An oval Unisphere tray with enamel decoration, marked “Japan,” estimated at $15-$20. From the Jan McKelvie Collection.

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240 HATCHERY ROAD IN Located 5 miles east of York, PA, take Rt. 30 east to the Hallam Exit, go south to traffic light and turn left. Go thru Hallam Boro to Accomac Rd. on left. Turn left and go 1 mile to Hatchery Rd. on right. Corner cupboard, bedroom suites, rattan table & chairs, sofas, recliners, bedding, showcase, cedar chest, school desks, 9 pc. dining room suite, hutch, drawing table, tables & chairs, fancy oak chair, Singer sewing machine, trunks, wooden dollhouse, 5’ carved walrus, many dolls to incl.: 10 Madame Alexander, many 50’s dolls, Gerber baby, brides, many composition, many military pins, cuff links, tie bars & tacks, 3 swords, lots of fishing rods, lures, golf clubs, grey granite berry bucket, crocks and jugs, head vases, cast-iron items, Cube & Iris pattern glass, Depression glass, many Matchbox & Hot Wheels and other collector cars, record albums, tapes, many Christmas blow molds, seasonal decorations, kitchen items, waffle irons, coffeepots, linens, birdhouses, cupolas, bird feeders, pitcher pump, trellis, wood stars, garden seats, weed wackers, mowers, grills, Avon, bikes, many books, Hannah Montana guitar, ladders, lots of costume jewelry, 60 Longaberger® baskets to incl. Hostess, Christmas, Halloween, etc., HO trains, milk bottles, apple jug, old tools, marbles, old photos, cameras, Britains, radio tubes, pictures, prints, cake stands, set of Haviland china, McCoy, Craftsman band saw, hand, garden & power tools, two rooms of box lots. 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck (Being sold for U.S. Bankruptcy Court). Just starting to unpack. Check our website at or auctionzip #1893 for additions and photos. Preview: Sunday evening from 6 to 8 P.M. TERMS: CASH OR APPROVED PA CHECK, VISA, MC, DISC, AMEX. Dolls sell at 10:00 A.M., Jewelry sells at 12 noon, Longaberger® baskets sell at 2 P.M. and Furniture sells at 4:00 P.M., Dodge truck sells at 6:00 P.M. PLEASE NOTE: UPCOMING ANTIQUE AUCTION, SAT., JULY 5, 2014 AT 9:00 A.M.


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A must-have for every Fair attendee: the “Official Guide,” 1965 edition, $10-$15.

EMBASSY AUCTIONS INTERNATIONAL These souvenir china plates, each with a central image of the Unisphere and a border montage of other notable Fair attractions, marked “Made in Japan,” are estimated at $15$20 each. From the Jan McKelvie Collection.

5336 MINE RD.,

A statue of Abe Lincoln greeted visitors to the Illinois Pavilion (and a walking, talking Abe amazed them inside.) Souvenir slide by Frank B. Christopher, $5-$10.


717-442-8529 or 302-438-1217 E-MAIL WEB ID #4741 Qing Dynasty Vase


Marc Chagall

The Phillip Johnson-designed New York Pavilion observation towers. Souvenir slide by Charles Mueller, $5-$10.

A ferocious denizen of “Sinclair Dinoland,” as seen in a souvenir slide by Frank B. Christopher, $5-$10. Roger Hardy, Belle Isle River Canada Oil

As One Of The Principles Of The William-Francis Galleries Formerly In Manayunk, PA, Mr. Leopold Amassed A Quality Collection Of Antique Chinese Porcelains And Persian Hand Chased Copper And Brass Wares. Embassy Auctions International Is Pleased To Offer His Collection At Auction On Wed., July 2, 2014 At 2 P.M. At Our Showroom In Kinzers, PA. Featuring Many True Qing Dynasty Vases, A Large And Beautifully Hand Painted Flowerpot, Bowls, Covered Dishes, Ginger Jars, Hat Stands, Figurines, Teapots, Plates And Other Pieces. A Small Zitan Table. Many Chinese Wood Stands And Covers. Persian Hand-Chased Platters, Pots, And Bowls. A Turkish Loom. Silver Plate And Brass Trays And Water Pitchers. Handmade Textiles. ARTWORKS: William Roelots, Watercolor, The Hague School (1822-1897). Grace Eby, 1950’s, Baum School Of Art. Christopher High Shearer (1846-1926), Large Oil On Canvas. Marc Chagall, Dove, 1937, Litho. Dorothy M. Strait, Native American, Oil On Canvas, 1985. Alberto Lobos, Chile, (1892-1925) Oil On Canvas. Nancy Nemec (1923-2003), Unicorn. Hubert R. Lewis (1865-1952), Oil On Canvas. CLOCKS: Armand Couaillet, Freres, French Carriage Clock With Key And Original Wood Carrying Case. Antiques And Artworks Will Be Listed As They Are Unpacked And As More Arrive. PREVIEW MONDAY, JUNE 30, 2014, 12 NOON-4 P.M. AND TUESDAY, JULY 1, 2014 10 A.M.- 4 P.M. PENNSYLVANIA AUCTION LIC. AY001987 AUCTIONEERS AMOS STOLTZFUS LIC. AU005077 LEON KURTZ LIC AU000522L GABI JARAMILLO LIC. AU005728

White Jade Pin

A “General Tour Set” of slides was on sale at the Fair for the camera-phobic. Shown in one was the iconic Unisphere, in a photo by Ludolf Burkhard, $5-$10.

Chinese Qing Dynasty Hat Stands

Square 16 Inch Tall Vase

French Carriage Clock With Wood Case Persian HandHammered Copper Bowl Huge Qing Dynasty Bowl

GAR Pennsylvania Drum

Necked And Flared Baluster Vase

Persian Hand-Hammered Copperware


Qing Dynasty, 24 Inches Tall

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First Wolverine Art Page Brings World Record $657,250 At Heritage Auctions arguably the most important debut of a comic book character in the last 40 years, tied a record for any page of American comic art and set a world record price for any

page of interior comic art, by far, when it brought $657,250 (including 19.5 percent buyer’s premium) on May 16 at Heritage Auctions. It was sold to East Coast collector

PUBLIC ESTATE AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 2014 TIME - 9 A.M. Located at the Perry Co. Fairgrounds, NEWPORT, PA


REAL ESTATE (12 Noon): Situated on a lot at 517 Market St., Newport, is a 21⁄2 story red brick house w/lg. kitchen, din. rm., liv. rm., laundry rm. & full bath on 1st floor; 3 BRs, full bath, office & balcony on the 2nd floor; full basement & lg. floored attic. A 2nd stairway leads from the kitchen to the office & a detached 2-car garage is accessed from the alley. Heated by a new propane furnace. Call 717-574-2794 for inspection. Terms - 10% down the day of the auction, the balance due at settlement. Offered w/reserved. Please visit for photos. ANTIQUES - COLLECTIBLES: Tiffany lamp (signed Tiffany Studios, NY No. 394); Aladdin elect. light; variety of oil lamps; early porcelain & glass lampshades; G-W-T-W style elect. lamp; early light bulbs; primitive wooden ice cream maker; lg. set of counter scales; early kitchen utensils; mixing bowls; blue, green, red, Carnival, Depression, cut, satin & opalescent glass; fine china pcs. incl. 60 plus pcs. of a Noritake dinner set; early fish platter & plates; cast-iron skillets; copper boiler (like new); stoneware crocks; spongeware butter dish & pitcher; old jardinières & flowerpots; Hull & McCoy pottery; Salt & pepper collection; creamer & pitcher collections; Head vases; dome & flat trunks; ladies’ hats, hatpins & vintage clothes; early purses; red wool pants; knicker pants; kid’s sailor suit; 2 Japanese jackets; Halloween masks & wigs; Bowling shoes, shirt & jacket; Newport HS jacket; early children’s clothes & shoes; old hair combs; button hooks; eyeglasses; old buttons; cigar boxes; Easter baskets; lg. qty. of Christmas decors.; Clocks - Hammond elect. wall clock; 2 cuckoo clocks; assorted sm. alarm clocks; Schatz anniversary dome clock; Welch & N. Haven self clocks; Howard Miller Grandmother clock; lg. qty. of costume jewelry; men’s watches; fountain pens; cast-iron dog doorstop; horse, pig, steer & bank bldg. coin banks; early figural ink bottle; Vapor - Cresolene vapor lamp; brass handheld teacher’s bell; old Corona typewriter; ornate iron wall htr. vent; match safe; West Bros. glass car candy container; snow domes; early bottles; local yardsticks; stereoscope; Victor autoharp; Aviator leather head gear; old motorcycle boots, leather saddle bag & kidney belt; few old bike lights; transistor radios; GE, Philco & Emerson tabletop radios; Polaroid 103 & Kodak 1A cameras; early photography equipment & supplies; air brush kit; art supplies; Art & dwg. books; 4 paintings by local artist Dorothy Merridith; 8 Van Gogh prints; numerous framed prints; Guns - Early 22 rifle w/octagon barrel; USA Revolver 5 shot revolver; Fishing rods - 5 pc. bamboo fly rod w/wooden box; 3-5 pc. bamboo fly rods w/ wooden box & accs.; 3 pc. bamboo rod w/Ocean City 90 auto reel; Great Lakes 3 pc. fiberglass rod w/Zebco 11 reel; several sets of golf clubs & bags; Furniture - Oak china cabinet w/beveled glass; Victorian marble top table; early pedestal & spool leg stands; various small stands & tables; gossip seat; pine blanket chest; primitive flour chest; 1940’s mahog. dresser & chest-of-dwrs.; early 4-dwr. chest; Waterfall vanity; 1-dwr. granite top kitchen table; early spindle back arm rocker & 4-cane seat side chairs; 2 ornate gold framed wall mirrors; sm. walnut dovetailed chest; Books & Paper - Lg. qty. of early children’s books to incl. 23 Big Better books, Golden Story Library, old coloring books & 10 ct. comic books; postcard album w/approx. 388 cards; addt’l postcards; early Valentines; Baseball & football paper incl. Penn State programs (1959, 65, 75, 77); 1989 N. Eng. Patriots yearbook; football handbooks & guides; 1950 Yankees vs Phillies World Series program; 1951-54 Athletics programs; 1952 & 59 Pirates programs; Famous Slugger Yearbooks, 49-55, 59, 64-66, 67; Who’s Who in Baseball (52, 56, 66, 68); other early 50’s BB books; 1965, 66, 67 Indy 500 Programs; Local books & paper incl. 22 Chandler books (2 Railroad); 1922 Hain’s History of Perry Co.; Political satire cartoon posters by S.R. DeLancey; Perry Co. Turkey Trot programs; Newport HS yearbooks (1953, 54, 55, 57). TOYS & TRAINS: Toys - Marx Sparkling Climbing Fighting Tank; Marx Antiaircraft Unit 12; Marx Army tank; Marx Tom 1 Space Academy Set 7012; metal riding train engine; Structo truck & steam shovel; lg. metal airplane; Hyster metal toy; Ideal Stagecoach Set; Cox Thimble Drome race car; plastic windup race car; electric baseball & football games; Kamm’s “Casey on the Mound” BB stadium game; kid’s football pads & helmets; old baseball gloves; Klauber Bowling game w/box; Red Ryder BB rifle; Dragnet, Kusan & western cap guns; Rex Planet Mars Patrol X-92 gun; numerous board game to incl. 1938, 59 & 67 Parcheesi games w/boxes (like new); 1937 Royal Rummy game; Ouija board & box; lg. qty. of marbles; lg. wooden & papier-mâché horse; wooden rocking horse; 6 ft. wooden boat model; early Lightning Guider sleds; Microscope w/wooden box; numerous misc. small toys & toy pcs.; Trains - 1949 Am. Flyer brochure; Am. Flyer 322 eng. & tender; Am. Flyer 342 eng. & tender; Am. Flyer cars - 625 Shell tanker, 630 caboose, 631 gondola, 632 hopper, 634 floodlight, 715 flatcar; addt’l early cars; Tyco HO Red Ball - East train set (T6320A) w/set box; AHM “Genoa” 4-4-0 Western & Atlantic eng. & tender; Amtrak 4 pc. batt. op. train set; Marx 065 water tower, 0416 floodlight tower, railroad x-ing bell; Girard tin train station; (Bldg. w/x-ing gate); 5 Bilt-Rite card bd. bldgs.; Electric circuit breaker No. 420A w/box. HOUSEHOLD - TOOLS: Appliances - Whirlpool refrig.; Maytag washer; Amana dryer; Electrolux canister vac.; Sentry safe; Amish room heater; Eden Pure htr.; arm rocker; swivel rocker; green recliner; gooseneck rocker; Tools - Craftsman hollow ground hand saw; approx 350 pcs. of old but never used Snap-On tools to incl. pliers, punches & screwdrivers; numerous Blue Point wrenches; Snap-On No. 7 game jersey; 18” jigsaw; table saw; 4” jointer; Dunlap drill press; duel whl. bench grinder; Toledo 3⁄8 - 2” thread die set; Hilti drill; variety of hand tools; wooden & alum. stepladders; lawn & garden hand tools; reel mowers; wooden tool caddies; 80 lbs. of lead. Auctioneer’s notes - This auction offers a large variety of merchandise that has been store away for decades. The attic is jammed full of things that still need to be unwrapped and discovered!!! Please check back to several times. As we uncover things in the house, photos will be added to the gallery. Terms - Cash or PA check only. Auction Service The Lou DeLancey estate AU-2553-L (717) 853-4025 Francis DeLancey, executor

as Batman’s first appearance Thomas Fish, a sports card sold for $215,100. The top comic book in Detective Comics #27. dealer. It was one of the stars of the $4.87 million grossing offering in the auction came Publisher Victor Fox was Comic and Comic Art sale in the form of an exceedingly immediately slapped with a held May 15 to 17 in Dallas, rare copy of Wonder Comics lawsuit by DC (national #1 (Fox, 1939) CGC NM 9.4, Periodical) for infringement Texas. “We knew when this art- the first hero to ride on their character Superman, causing Fox to withwork surfaced that is draw his creation from was, without doubt, future issues. one of the most signifFurther highlights icant pieces of original included Winsor comic art ever drawn,” McCay’s Little Nemo said Todd Hignite, in Slumberland vice president of Sunday Comic Strip Heritage Auctions. “It Original Art dated has now brought a 1906 (New York final price realized Herald, 1906), which commensurate with brought $89,625, a that status.” new price record for The final price the artist; Jack Kirby realized by the piece and Dick Ayers’ ties the world record Incredible Hulk #5 price also set by Tyrannus “Beauty and Heritage in July of the Beast” Splash Page 2012 for Todd 1 Original Art (Marvel, McFarlane’s original 1962), finishing at 1990 cover art for The $71,700; and the origiAmazing Spider-Man nal art to a Bill #328. Watterson’s Calvin Another world and Hobbes comic record price was set in the auction for the The original artwork featuring the first strip, this one dated 9, 1987 highest price ever real- appearance of Wolverine, by artists Herb May Press ized at auction for a Trimpe and Jack Abel, featured on the final (Universal 1987), piece of original comic page of The Incredible Hulk #180 (1974) sold Syndicate, sold for strip art when Alex for a record $657,250 at Heritage Auctions’ which $47,800. The AllRaymond’s Flash Comic and Comic Art sale on May 16. American Comics #16 Gordon Sunday Comic Strip Original Art, dated Aug. Superman’s coat-tails, which (DC, 1940) CGC VG- 3.5, the 28, 1938 (King Features realized $68,713. It was key first appearance of Green Syndicate, 1938), a piece Wonder Man who made his Lantern, realized $44,813. To learn more, visit used to create a USPS 1995 debut in this issue, on the comic strip classics stamp, stands at the exact same time

Collection Of Baldwin Locomotive Material Goes To Auction Auctioneer George H. Wilson will sell a unique and vast private collection of original Baldwin Locomotive ink on linen tracings and blueprints on Saturday, June 28. The sale will take place at the Strasburg Fire Company located at 203 W. Franklin St. in Strasburg, Pa., at 10:30 a.m. There are approximately


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original John Bull linen prints that Baldwin Locomotive designed and built for the Pennsylvania Railroad to be used at the 1940 N.Y. World’s Fair. Also to be sold is a selection of locomotive encyclopedias, railroad books, train art prints, railroad bells, locomotive bell patterns and components, railroad lanterns, jacks, blueprint cabinets, and more. For additional information, call 610-955-9417 or email georgehwilson


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COINS (at 11 A.M.): 200+ lots. Gold incl. ten 1986 3 pc. Statue of Liberty w/$5; four 2 pc. Olympic sets w/$5. Silver incl. Morgan & Peace dollars incl. 1921 Peace; proof Eagles; halves incl. Barber & 1955 Franklins; quarters; dimes; commemoratives. Proof sets incl. 1956 & silver; Prestige sets; mint sets; Ikes; nickels; cents incl. Flying Eagle; unc. rolls Wheat cents incl. steel. Type coins incl. 1857 & 1858 Flying Eagle cents; 1892-S & 1901-S Barber dimes. Currency incl. Havre de Grace obsolete; 1922 $10 gold seal; 1914 $20 Federal Reserves; silver certs; red seal. STERLING (at 1 P.M.): 30+ lots incl. Danish; plates; cordials; compote; flatware & hollowware. JEWELRY (at 1 P.M.): 200+ lots. Gold incl. chains; bands; rings; bracelets; earrings. Gemstone incl. diamond; pearl; lapis; amethyst; topaz; more. Mexican & Siam silver; sterling incl. rings & necklaces; Italian Milor copper; Victorian hairwork pins & pendants; micro-mosaic; cameos; cloisonné. Designer incl. Joan Rivers; Lauren Adams; Nolan Miller; Kenneth Jay Lane; Coro. Costume incl. earrings; necklaces; bracelets; pins. Pocket watches incl. 14k & 10k; Burlington Special; Elgin; Waltham. Wristwatches incl. Bulova & Timex Electric. Visit

5,000 drawings in the extensive collection, including unusual steam engine era drawings. Some of the draftsmen drawings are 10 feet long, showing all specifications of steam locomotives Baldwin built beginning in 1866. One of the highlights will be 230 Baldwin Locomotive salesman cards. Each measures 4-by-9-inches with locomotive data and photographs of produced locomotives. Other interesting items will include the

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The original artwork featuring the first ever appearance of Wolverine, by artists Herb Trimpe and Jack Abel, on the final page of The Incredible Hulk #180 (1974),


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The Antiques At Creekside Grove Show A Success Premiere Event Was Held June 1 In Lennoxville, Pa. with stores in Carbondale, Forest City and Hawley, Pa., felt their aspirations were manifested by the strong turn-out and sales recorded for the day. “The weather was gorgeous and the Grove was the perfect setting. We are committed to holding more antique events at this beautiful site and are planning another for early September.

Many attending spent the entire day here because of the variety of vendors and all of the events going on. The food offerings were delicious and reasonably priced, and all the vendors reported their approval of the flow of the many transactions throughout the day. The (show) was definitely a success and a day for everyone to remember.” Located in the picturesque countryside of the mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania, Creekside Grove features spacious grounds complete with a modern dining pavilion and convenient bathroom facilities, horseshoe pits, and a regulation baseball field. The nature trails and fishing pond stocked by Tunkhannock Creek, as well as gorgeous scenic views, added a special dimension to the event. Over 40 antique dealers and artists from Pennsylvania and New


York sold their wares in addition to a variety of specialty artisans. Daugevelo, coowner of Ros-Al Floral and Antiques, mentioned, “We had carefully selected the finest vendors for the show to offer the best and largest variety of antiques and the fine arts to create a fabulous experience for all who attended. Vintage jewelry, oriental rugs, china, pottery, Native American pieces, glassware, toys, country art, fine art photography, coal and wood stoves, dolls, religious pieces and all manner of antique curiosities to satisfy the eccentric taste were also to be found at the show. The entire day into the evening had all the atmosphere of a traditional country fair.” Wine and beer tasting was offered as well as horse and carriage rides, food concessions, antique appraisals and music.


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Paul Daugevelo and Christopher Glinton, sponsors and promoters of Ros-Al Antiques and Events, held their First Antiques at Creekside Grove event in Lennoxville, Pa., on June 1, which was proclaimed a huge success by vendors and the many showgoers in attendance. Glinton, co-owner of Ros-Al Floral and Antiques,

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ESTATE AUCTION Real Estate - Personal Property Furnishings - Collectibles

Saturday, June 28 at 10 A.M. 814 Riverview Road, Lemoyne, PA 17043 Susquehanna Hills REAL ESTATE AT 12:00 NOON: 3,116 Square Foot, 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath, Brick/Aluminum Split-Level Home with Integral 2-Car Garage on 0.53 acres in the Borough of Lemoyne, Cumberland County. West Shore Area Schools. TERMS: $20,000 down. Settle in 45 days. See website or call for complete terms & bidder requirements. Showings by Appointment. Call 717-731-8662. FURNITURE (12:30 P.M.): Dixie King Size Bedroom Set with Four Poster Bed; PA House Living Room Suite; Lighted Curio Cabinet; Kindel Dining Room Suite; Retro Sewing Machine; Desk Secretary; Grandfather Clock; Dinette Set; Leather Recliner; Pair Wingback Chairs; Mahogany Twin Beds; Retro Metal Desk; Hall/Sofa Table; PA House End Tables; 2 Metal Patio Sets; 2 Barrister Bookcases; Girl’s Dixie Canopy Bedroom Suite; Table and Floor Lamps. ORGAN AND PLAYER PIANO (1 P.M.): Hammond M-3 Organ and Story & Clark Antique Player Piano w/100+ Rolls. COLLECTIBLES: Swarovski; Roseville; Jewelry: Large Jewelry Collection Including Costume and Native American; Bubble Gum Machine; Model Cars; Vintage Dolls; Beer Collectibles incl. Miller Bar Stools; Oversize Liquor Display Bottles; Cut Glass; Barware; Christmas: Large Amount - some vintage; Quilts; 1960’s Toys and Games; Dollhouse; Antique Wall Phone; Vintage Children’s Clothes; Books; Art: Prints and Paintings incl Steamboat by Ralph Law, Tall Ship by J. Winifred; Painting on Velvet; Indians, and Much More. HOUSE AND HOME: Dinnerware incl. Noritake Valdina; Glassware; Vodka and Whiskey; Lenox; Fine Linens; Ladies’ Leather Jackets; Stereo Equipment; Yard Tools; Lawn Mowers; KitchenAid Mixer; Tools: Full Workshop. Radial Arm Saw; Bench Grinder; Planer; Hand Tools; Old Car Parts. BOX LOTS (10 A.M.): 100+! HOUSE IS PACKED! Selling for the Estate of Reba Vogel Visit for photos & more details. Directions: From Market Street, turn north onto North 9th St. and go 6 blocks to property on right. From North 12th Street, turn east onto Indiana Avenue, then 2 blocks to Riverview Rd. Property on right.


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Four Paintings By The Late Renowned American Artist Leroy Neiman Sell For A Combined $279,600 At Shannon’s Fine Art Auction Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers in the firm’s gallery located at 354 Woodmont Road in Milford, Conn. The auction grossed $2.5 million. One of the paintings, a brilliantly colored work from

1958 titled “The Gambling Set,” showing a confluence of Las Vegas roulette wheels, was the auction’s top lot, soaring to $162,000. The other paintings were an enamel and acrylic on board titled “Toreador” selling for $50,400; a 1976 work titled “Olympic Hurdlers” selling for $40,800; and from 1980, “Olympic Ski Jump,” which sold for $26,400. “LeRoy Neiman has become an American icon in the art world. His prices are climbing fast due to strong collector interest,” said Gene Shannon of Shannon’s Fine

A 1958 enamel and acrylic on board painting by LeRoy Neiman (1921-2012), titled “The Gambling Set,” sold for $162,000.


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An oil-on-canvas by Victor Vasarely (1906-1997), titled “Stri-Arc,” sold for $72,000.

Art Auctioneers. Of the sale overall, he said, “The market is solid at all price ranges. There was as much interest in the lower-priced art as there was for the more expensive paintings. As they say, a rising tide lifts all boats.” Shannon said there was interest in all categories, which included American landscape and coastal works, Impressionism, Regionalism, Ashcan School, European Modern and American Modern, as well as 19th-century European. Just over 250 artworks came up for bid in an auction that reported a 76 percent sell-through rate. About 1,250 bidders participated over the Internet, via The following are additional highlights from the sale. All prices quoted include a 20 percent buyer’s premium. A pair of outstanding paintings realized identical selling prices of $78,000. The first was a large Manhattan scene with horse carriages and pedestrians by Paul Cornoyer, titled “Rainy Day, New York.” The dark Tonalist work hit $78,000 (its high estimate). Cornoyer was born in Missouri but studied art in Paris. He returned to America, where he became famous for his New York scenes. The second painting was by the English-born American painter John George Brown, whose “Girl With Doll” depicted a young girl at the vine-covered door to her home. She is holding a doll in one hand and an umbrella in the other. Brown trained in England and Scotland before emigrating to this country in 1853. He’s best known for his renderings of hardscrabble urban street life.


Four vibrant and colorful paintings by the late American pop artist LeRoy Neiman (1921-2012) sold for a combined $279,600 at a sale of fine American and European paintings, drawings and sculptures held May 1 by

A large Manhattan scene with horse carriages and pedestrians titled “Rainy Day, New York” by Paul Cornoyer realized $78,000.

“The paintings by Blanche Lazzell were as if from a time capsule,” said Shannon of the noted Provincetown artist. “They remained in her family until this auction.” The works sold included a classic woodcut of a small dory docked on a pier titled “Provincetown Studios” ($44,400); a stylized oil-on-canvas titled “Petunias” ($45,600); and a still life of a vase with flowers ($24,000). Paintings by Jane Peterson were offered at the beginning of the auction and really got paddles wagging. A colorful rendering, pulled from a private collection and titled “Zinnias in a Vase,” was conservatively estimated at $7,000-$10,000. It ended up bringing $50,400. A gouache work by the artist, showing New York’s City Hall in a park setting with workers taking lunch hit $10,000. Two paintings posted selling prices of $72,000. One was a coastal scene by Alfred Thompson Bricher, depicting sparkling blue water, a craggy coastline and a small boat sailing into port. The other was a study of circles and color by Victor Vasarely, the acknowledged grandfather of the Op Art movement, titled “Stri-Arc (1974).” The 31inch-square painting sold to a bidder in France. Another pair of paintings also posted identical selling prices, of $45,600. The first was a portrait of a young girl in a wooded setting, watching over her flock of geese, by Czechoslovakian artist Wenceslas Vaclav Von Brozik. The work sailed past its pre-sale estimate of $5,000-$7,000. The other was a New York City Impressionist street scene, titled “Wall Street,” by Lawrence Campbell. From the sculptures category, Louise Nevelson’s painted wood composition titled “Cryptic XXX,” an unusual black painted creation with inset mirrors, went for nearly double its estimate, fetching $28,800. Returning to paintings, a small oil painting by the burgeoning Hawaiian artist David Hitchcock, measuring 9-by17-inches and titled “Kilauea Erupting,” sold for $27,600. An untitled 30-by-40inch “drip painting” oil-oncanvas by Rolph Scarlett changed hands for $24,000. Also, an unusual mixed media on newsprint bluehued abstract by Paul Thek coasted to $26,400. Thek painted primarily on newsprint, which deteriorates rapidly, making his works

The oil-on-canvas by Laurence Campbell (b. 1939), titled “Wall Street,” sold for $45,600.

quite rare. A 1980 ink and acrylic on paper by Chinese artist Chao Chung-Hsiang went to a phone bidder in China for $21,600. It had been gifted to the consignor by the artist while he was living in New York City. Also, a view of Niagara Falls by Ferdinand Richardt went to a determined bidder for $18,000. Additional top achievers included a large, double-sided monochromatic watercolor of a woman walking past a tavern, with other figures, by Reginald Marsh, done in 1946, selling for $19,200; a still life oil painting by Albert Frances King, showing oranges and grapes selling for $11,000; and another still life oil painting, this one by Bryant Chapin, depicting a large selection of fruit atop a table selling for $9,000. Historically, Shannon’s has specialized in American and European art executed between 1840 and 1940. In recent years the firm has expanded more into post-war modern and pop art. The firm holds two sales a year. Their next sale will be held on Thursday, Oct. 23. For more information, visit

A classic woodcut of a small dory docked on a pier titled “Provincetown Studios” by Blanche Lazzell sold for $44,400.

A unique citrine-green broad-flute, cut glass footed sugar bowl and cover of acorn form, attributed to Wheeling, Va. (now West Virginia), 1835-45, sold for $12,650 in a spirited auction at Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates on May 21. Estimated to realize $800$1,200, the sugar bowl and cover was from an early

Glass Co. around 1850, sold for $6,325, twice their high estimate. These were among more than 500 lots sold from the 50-year collection of the late Lois S. Hirschmann of Marion, Mass., being sold to benefit the Sandwich Glass Museum’s Endowment Fund. Prior to Ms. Hirschmann, this pair was owned by Gladys and Paul Richards. A pair of An exceptional pressed Fourcut overlay open Printie Block whale compote, colored ruby oil lamps in deep brilliant to colorless, Boston & amethyst, also from the Sandwich Glass Co., 1860sHirschmann collection, ’70s, sold for $11,500. sold for $6,325 (est. mid-western collection and $1,000-$1,500). Part of the A citrine-green broad-flute, cut inspired intense competidesirability of this pair glass footed sugar bowl and tion from floor, was their pris- cover of acorn form, attributed phone and tine condition. to Wheeling, Va. (present-day online bidders. Another great West Virginia), 1835-45, sold The price was the highest example of lighting, an impor- for $12,650. achieved of the 987 lots tant Transcontinental Railroad sold within estimate for offered at the speciality sale. engraved commemorative $5,175 to a major museum. Overall, the auction realAn exceptional cut over- lantern globe, circa 1863-69, ized $406,000. There were lay open compote, colored 1,933 bidders from 32 counruby to colorless, Boston & tries. Phone and absentee bidSandwich Glass Co., 1860sders were remarkably active, 70s, sold for $11,500 (est. with nearly 2,000 online $3,000-$5,000). The live bidders. compote is considered After the auction among the most imporcompany president and tant pieces of senior auctioneer American cut overlay Jeffrey S. Evans comglass and also one of mented, “We were the largest examples made at the time. An extremely rare, brilAn extremely rare liant deep green Lee/Rose brilliant deep green No. 227-C cup plate, one of Lee/Rose No. 227-C cup only two recorded examples, plate, one of only two realized a strong $8,625. recorded examples realized a strong $8,625 (est. $1,000extremely honored to handle $2,000). It was likely made in the Hirschmann collection Philadelphia circa 1830-35. for the Sandwich Glass Sold from the collection of Museum. Mr. and Mrs. Pam Christoffel, this plate Hirschmann were remarkable had a stellar provenance supporters of the museum stretching from the colover the past 30 years, foundlection of George C. ing members of the Cape Cod Cannon, to James H. Rose Glass Club, and donated (who owned it twice) to many important objects to the Louise S. Esterly, to museum’s glass collection for William J. Elsholz, to all to enjoy. Lois and Jack Frank Burton. As the catawere very special people.” logue noted, this was a For further information, unique opportunity to obtain call 540-434-3939 or visit this plate since the only other known specimen resides in the Toledo Museum of Art. Of the lighting offered, a pair of pressed ThreeA pair of pressed Three-Printie Printie Block whale oil Block whale oil lamps in brilliant lamps in brilliant sapsapphire blue, made at the Boston phire blue, made at the & Sandwich Glass Co. around 1850, sold for $6,325. Boston & Sandwich

Calling All Movie Fans And Bibliophiles Briggs Auction Inc. To Sell Material From Local Film Set As Well As Bookbinding Equipment Auctiongoers will have a chance to own a piece of cinematic and/or book-binding history on Friday, June 27, beginning at 3 p.m. at Briggs Auction, Inc. The Garnet Valley, Pa., firm will be selling the furnishings and accessories from “Sundowning,” the newest M. Night Shyamalan movie that recently finished filming in the area, as well as a collection of antique bookbinding equipment owned by prominent local bookbinder and restorer Elke M. Shihadeh. The local set for the Shyamalan movie was a historical farmhouse, so the

furnishings and other items from that collection reflect the typical country antiques, continental furniture, and fine porcelains that would be found there. Everything was locally-sourced from Philadelphia and suburban antique shops. Highlights from the film set include a 10-foot country farm table with unusual folding and hinged legs, a Southern pine pewter cupboard, a Continental inlaid games table, a fine selection of Chinese Canton porcelains, Majolica, stoneware, decorative lamps, and more. The majority of the

proceeds from the auction will go to the M. Night Shyamalan Foundation. Shyamalan and his wife, Dr. Bhavna Shyamalan, started the foundation in 2001, with the goal of removing the barriers of poverty and inequality through closing the education gap in the U.S., as well as in various developing countries. The bookbinding collection from Elke M. Shihadeh will include her personal turn-of-the-century bookbinding equipment, including book presses, gold-leaf presses, type tools and trays, oak (Continued on page 19)



ANTIQUES - FURNITURE - ANTIQUE TOOLS - GLASSWARE COLLECTIBLES - ANTIQUE TOYS - JEWELRY - BOOKS Several estates of great antiques Don’t miss this sale - will be a good one! Terms - Cash - check - credit 10% Buyer’s Premium

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Thomas Webb & Sons English Cameo Art Glass Vase Brings $260,000

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A museum-quality, finely carved English cameo art glass vase by Thomas Webb, 9.5 inches tall and boasting a figural rendering signed “G. Woodall 1887,” soared to $260,000 at Part Two of the sale of the lifetime collection of porcelain and fine art glass gathered over the course of five decades by the late Dr. Ernest Rieger and his wife, Karin. The auction took place on May 29 at the Double Tree



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A signed Moser two-part pedestal vase with yellow opaque background and leaf and applied acorn décor realized $38,000.

“They hadn’t seen such high quality glass come available in a long time. And the audience was literally worldwide. We had a Japanese man and his secretary fly in just for the auction, and he ended up spending $50,000. Many bids poured in from the U.K., too.”

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The Mount Washington decorated Burmese “Monkey” vase with monkey and ape décor, bamboo background, sold for $18,000.

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This signed Tiffany Favrile red paperweight vase, bulbous in shape and standing 4 inches tall, sold for $36,000.

Sons was founded in England in 1842 by Mr. Webb. It was known for the high quality of its cameo glass. The example in the auction had been pictured in the book “English Cameo Glass” by Grover. Woodall’s figural depiction was titled “The Origin of Painting.” The vase was signed by both Webb and Woodall. The buyer was an advanced collector from West Virginia. “Even though the top lot was a piece by Thomas Webb, it was the Tiffany people who really drove this sale,” Woody said.

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(Airport Hilton) in Wichita, Kan., and was conducted by Woody Auction, based in Douglass, Kan. It was the highest price ever paid for a single item at a Woody Auction sale, no small feat considering the firm has been conducting auctions in the Midwest for decades. The firm also conducted the Part One auction, which grossed $1.3 million. Part Two did even better, grossing $1.8 million, helped along, of course, by the Thomas Webb vase, which carried a pre-sale estimate of $50,000-$100,000. “We knew we had something special, and we fully expected it to reach and surpass $100,000, but when it climbed as high as it did, we were just astounded,” said Jason Woody of Woody Auction. “But it truly is a remarkable vase.” Thomas Webb &

By day’s end, 432 lots had come up for bid and found new owners (it was an absolute auction; everything sold, regardless of price). About 150 people attended the event in person; around 95 of those held bidder numbers. Another 850 registered to bid online, via Bids were fielded from as many as

45 countries, and many absentee (or left) bids were recorded. The following are additional highlights from the auction. All prices quoted are hammer. There is no buyer’s premium at a Woody Auction. Two lots tied This signed Thomas Webb & Sons finely carved English cameo art glass vase soared to $260,000.

for runner-up honors, at $45,000 each. One was another Thomas Webb & Sons English cameo art glass vase, signed “G. Woodall.” The 8.5-inch vase had a blue background with carved white opal overlay featuring a young lady and a bird. The other lot was a 17.25-inchtall signed Tiffany art glass vase with a beautiful red body and green iridescent decorated neck. Right behind, at $44,000, was an outstanding 13.75-inch signed Tiffany Favrile decorated vase with a superior red iridescent body with a TelEl-Amarna Egyptian decorated foot and neck. One other lot cracked the $40,000 mark, yet again a Thomas Webb, unmarked, an 8.25-inch gem cameo art glass English cameo vase, with a Woodall scene titled “Mischief.” It went for $41,000. A 37.5-inch signed Moser twopart pedestal vase, the finest piece of Moser Woody Auction has ever offered, featuring a yellow opaque background with extensive multicolor leaf and applied acorn décor, climbed to $38,000. Also, a 25.5inch-by-20-inch marked KPM porcelain plaque, the largest KPM porcelain plaque Woody Auction has ever offered, with an outstanding scene featuring The Sacrifice of Jephthah’s Daughter, set in a gilt wooden frame, gaveled for $15,000. Returning to Tiffany, a rare 4inch signed Tiffany Favrile red paperweight vase, bulbous in shape and identical to the example featured in “Art Glass Nouveau” by Grover, breezed to $36,000, and a 14.25inch signed Tiffany Favrile paperweight art glass vase with a clear background and an orange blossom and green floral stem décor (also as seen in “Art Glass Nouveau”) rose to $25,000. A signed Tiffany Favrile art glass footed vase with a beautiful red body and foot with decorative iridescent band around the neck made $31,000, and a 9.75inch-tall signed Tiffany art

glass vase with a yellowgreen background and iridescent gold and green leaf and vine décor earned $32,000. Also, a cranberry opalescent art glass oval footed vase, 8.25 inches tall with an enameled and beaded tapestry coralene decoration of a peacock, commanded $3,000. A magnificent 21-inch signed “Thomas Webb & Sons Gem Cameo” English cameo vase (also signed “Tiffany & Company” and “Paris Exposition 1889”), with a lovely cranberry background, hammered for $31,000. Also, an exceptional 18-inch signed Galle French cameo art glass vase, deep green with a brown cameo carved overlay and forest and insect décor, coasted to $6,000. Two lots achieved identical selling prices of $18,000. One was a A rare 17.25-inch-tall Tiffany Favrile art glass body with beautiful red body and decorated neck sold for $45,000.

very rare 12.5-inch Mount Washington decorated Burmese “Monkey” vase with a hard-to-find monkey and ape décor with bamboo background in excellent quality and condition. The other lot was a must-see 9.75-inch signed Daum Nancy French cameo art glass vase boasting an outstanding autumn season décor. “Part Two was about equal to part one in terms of quality of merchandise,” Jason Woody said. “We literally pulled items for Part One from the left side of the Riegers’ many An unmarked Thomas Webb & Sons English cameo art glass vase with carved white opal overlay sold for $45,000.

display cabinets, and the items for Part Two came from the right side of the cabinets. Part Three will feature what’s still in the cabinets, plus the cabinets.” Part Three will be held Friday and Saturday, Aug. 1 and 2, at 21st and Ridge Road in Wichita, Kan. This signed Daum Nancy French cameo art glass vase with outstanding fall season décor, 9.75 inches tall, sold for $18,000.

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This large KPM porcelain plaque depicting The Sacrifice of Jephthah’s Daughter sold for $15,000.


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Madeline In New York: The Art Of Ludwig Bemelmans The New-York Historical Society will present a special exhibition celebrating the 75th anniversary of the publication of the iconic childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s classic â&#x20AC;&#x153;Madelineâ&#x20AC;? by Ludwig Bemelmans. Titled â&#x20AC;&#x153;Madeline in New York: The Art of Ludwig Bemelmans,â&#x20AC;? the exhibition will be on view from Friday, July 4, through Monday, October 13. It will honor the plucky Parisian schoolgirl and her creator in the first exhibition devoted to the artist in more than 50 years. The exhibition will feature more than 90 works, many recently rediscovered, including drawings, paintings, specially commissioned objects, archival photographs and memorabilia. Also on view will be the original â&#x20AC;&#x153;Madelineâ&#x20AC;? manuscript and original drawings from all of the Madeline books, which will provide insights into Bemelmansâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; creative process.

This is the oil painting â&#x20AC;&#x153;Madeline at the Paris Flower Marketâ&#x20AC;? circa 1955 by Ludwig Bemelmans. Collection of Barbara Bemelmans.

Organized by the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, Mass., the exhibition will premiere at the New-York Historical Society before

returning to The Carle. The New-York Historical Society is located at 170 Central Park West (between West 76th and West 77th streets) in New York City.




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World” committed to memory. (Well, at least the chorus with the Swiss yodeler.) The emphasis of almost every Fair exhibit was on, as General Motors put it, “things yet to come.” Every day at the Fair, there was something new to see. . .something new to explore. I think I owe much of my fascination with learning more about the unknown to my Scouting stint at the New York World’s Fair. Today, World’s Fairs in U.S. locales are just a distant memory; there hasn’t been one held on our shores since the 1 9 8 0 s . Nowadays, visitors are lured to such exotic Fair sites as Korea and Shanghai. Those in search of domestic dazzlement need travel no further than Disney World (a current home of audio-animatronic Abe and those persistent “Small World” singing puppets). But for two brief summers during the 1960s, a real

FULPER POTTERY made in Flemington, NJ & OLD TOYS made anywhere. 1hr. from NYC & Philadelphia. I will travel, call Robert Jay 908-735-4008.

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One of the many souvenir stands dotting the Fairgrounds. Photo courtesy of Bill Cotter.

World’s Fair, right here in our own backyard, enthralled, entertained, and educated crowds from around the globe. It was the New York World’s Fair, with its geewhiz, gosh-almighty visions of the future. And wasn’t that future wonderful? Indeed it was. Scout’s honor. Reference materials courtesy of Jan McKelvie, Andy Kaufman (, Gary Holmes, Bill Cotter, and Michael Alonge.

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The Griffin Pond Animal Shelter provided animals for adoption and received a large amount of donations of pet food, litter, and cleaning supplies, as well as generous monetary donations. “We are looking forward to our upcoming “Third Annual Antiques in the Park,” which will be held on Saturday, June 28. It will be located in the historic town of Carbondale, Pa., known as “The Pioneer City” and a Heritage Route 6

Community,” stated Daugevelo. The backdrop for this show will be filled with all the charm and atmosphere of a traditional historic town complete with trolley rides, an antique car show, BBQ, and, of course, a top notch antique show in Memorial Park. Events at the park show will begin at 10 a.m. and run throughout the day, culminating in a spectacular fireworks display over City Hall. For more information about Ros-Al Antiques and Events, call 570-960-2754.

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A member of the Fair’s “Boy Scout Service Corps” hard at work: the author demonstrates mouth-to-mouth at the Scout Pavilion, 1965.

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Michelangelo’s “Pieta” in its Photos by Donald-Brian Vatican Pavilion setting by noted scenic designer Jo Mielziner. Johnson, except as noted. Souvenir slide, $5-$10.

A souvenir flash card set. On the reverse of each card is a complete description of the image shown, $10-$15/boxed set.

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One Hundred Years Of New Zealand Test Rugby Postcards Blacks, and many of this sporting nation’s young men cherish the dream of putting on the black jersey to play for their country. Players wearing the jersey feel an incredible sense of pride by donning this symbol of sporting excellence. First worn in 1892, it has been called the “All Blacks” jersey for more than a century, and now it is one of the world’s most recognized sporting icons. Rugby is a game played by two teams, each with 15 members, who kick and handle an oval leather football. Today the game is known as Rugby Union to differentiate

from Rugby League, which is a 13-a-side variation, dating from 1895. The origins of rugby were at Rugby school, England, in 1823, when a pupil named William Webb Ellis picked up the ball and ran with it during a game of football (soccer). Rugby’s world cup trophy is named after the man credited with inventing the sport. New Zealand’s greatest rugby rivals are South Africa, Wales, Australia, France, and Great Britain. All are honored on the 100 Years of Test Rugby postcards, which carry a near identical image to that of the stamps issued on the same day, July 2, 2003. The related stamp appears on the front of each card and is hand-canceled by the official silver first day of issue postmark. Because the six cards are not numbered, the ascending value of stamps has been used to discuss them. New Zealand versus South Africa, 1937 (40 cent stamp) is a sepia-colored image showing All Black Tori Reid running after the ball on

Wellington’s Athletic Park in 1937, where the All Blacks won the first test against the visiting South Africans by 13 points to 7. However, the test series was won by the South Africans by two games to one. In 1956 the All Blacks had their revenge by winning this home series 3-1, and 40 years later, in 1996, they had a test series victory in South Africa. The South African team is called the Springboks. New Zealand versus Wales, 1963 (90 cent stamp) is one of the two black and white postcards. Legendary All Black Sir Colin Meads features in a scene from a match at Cardiff Arms Park, Wales, which the New Zealanders won with a score of 6-0. Sir Colin, the man his countrymen affectionately call “Pine Tree,” is rated by many as the greatest All Black ever. The close sporting relationship between Wales and New Zealand was recognized when the All Blacks played Wales during the Welsh Rugby Union’s centennial celebrations in 1980.

New Zealand versus Australia, 1985 ($1.30 stamp) is the second of the two black and white postcards in the set. All Black half back David Kirk (left) is chasing the ball in a 1985 test at Auckland’s Eden Park, a nail-biter which ended with a one point victory to the New Zealanders, with a score line of 10-9 against their Trans-Tasman rivals. The Australian team is called the Wallabies, and plays the All Blacks every year for the Bledisloe Cup, donated in 1931 by Lord Bledisloe, a former GovernorGeneral of New Zealand. New Zealand versus France, 1986 ($1.50 stamp) is the first colored card in the set, and the only one recording an All Black defeat. The French Tricolores won the gruelling 1986 test at Nantes, France, with a score of 16-3. All Blacks Wayne (Buck) Shelford and Murray Pierce are seen going for the ball during the game. The Tricolores would give the All Blacks one of their greatest losses ever during a 1999 Rugby World Cup semi-final by turning their 14 point half time lead into a convincing Gallic victory of 43-31. All Blacks Jersey (secThis is New Zealand versus South Africa, 1937 (40 cent stamp) ond $1.50 stamp) is a photo with All Black Tori Reid running after the ball on Wellington’s capturing some of the exhilAthletic Park. aration in wearing the black jersey with the silver fern, New Zealand’s official rugby identity. An All Blacks Jersey also appeared on the postage included cards for the 2005 DHL Lions Tour of New Zealand in the form of jerseyshaped 45 cent and $1.50 stamps from the related stamp This is New Zealand versus France, 1986 ($1.50 stamp) with All issue. The Lions are the Blacks Wayne (Buck) Shelford and Murray Pierce going for the British visitors whose red jerball during a gruelling test at Nantes, France. seys received the same treatment in this postcard issue. New Zealand versus England, 1997 ($2.00 stamp) has action from Manchester’s

Old Trafford ground, where the touring New Zealanders beat the English by 17 points. The All Blacks made their first tour outside of Australasia when they went to Britain in 1905 and showed the game’s fathers how to play the sport by winning every game they played against them. Wales was the only nation to beat those “Originals” on a tour that also included France and the USA. All Black Duncan McGregor scored four tries in the first test against the British, a record that stood for 90 years until Jonah Lomu equalled it during the 1995 Rugby World Cup, where New Zealand scored 45 points to the British 29. The postage-included cards from the 100 Years of Test Rugby set measure 140 x 105 millimeter. Information about the front image appears on the reverse side, overprinted on a photograph of the team that played New Zealand’s first official test match against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground, in 1903. A facsimile of the $1.50 jersey stamp and the words “No postage stamp required if posted in New Zealand” is also common to all cards in the set. 100 Years of Test Rugby postage-included cards are usually sold as sets of six cards from approximately $20, and can be bought from postcard or stamp dealers stocking New Zealand items. They sometimes appear on eBay or TradeMe, a New Zealand Internet auction site.

Here is New Zealand versus Wales, 1963 (90 cent stamp) with legendary All Black Sir Colin Meads in a scene from a match at Cardiff Arms Park, Wales.

An All Blacks Jersey (second $1.50 stamp) captures some of the exhilaration in wearing the black jersey with the silver fern.

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Rugby is arguably New Zealand’s favorite sport, with a test match series against a touring foreign team uniting the country as few other sporting events can. New Zealand Post’s 2003 postage-included postcards or maximum cards for 100 Years of Test Rugby stir memories of some great moments from the rugby heritage of the country that won the 2011 Rugby World Cup. The cards required no postage at the time of issue if posted within New Zealand to foreign or domestic addresses. New Zealand’s national rugby team is called the All

An All Blacks Jersey also appeared on the postageincluded cards for the 2005 DHL Lions Tour of New Zealand in the form of the jerHere is New Zealand versus England, 1997 ($2.00 stamp) with sey-shaped 45-cent and $1.50 The reverse side layout is comaction from Manchester’s Old Trafford ground in the United stamps from the related stamp mon to all the 2003 100 Years of Test Rugby postcards. Kingdom. issue.

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print and map files, and a collection of 19th-century books. Shiladeh has restored and bound many fine books, including rare elephant folio editions of John James Audubon’s bird renderings. The majority of the proceeds from this estate collection will also be donated to charitable causes. “The unique triality of these collections is the real draw,” says John Turner, president of Briggs Auction. “You have the opportunity to own a piece from a local movie filmed by a prominent director or a piece of history from a prominent bookbinder, each with strong ties to the Delaware Valley; the proceeds from both collections will go to wonderful causes; and at the same time, you’ll

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Model Boats And UFO

Large Collection Of Franklin Mint Cars

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Decorative Arts Auction 10 A.M. Uncatalogued Smalls: Table lots of collectibles, glassware, books, Old Prints, Clocks, household items and more. Later in the afternoon: Huge collection of Franklin Mint Die-Cast Vehicles, Corvettes, Fire Trucks, Antique type vehicles, Macy’s Snow Globes, Pocketknives, More. 12 Noon Catalog: Beginning with furniture: Pair of Huanghuali Asian Chairs, Carved French Dining Chairs, French Ormolu Mounted pedestal, French Bedroom Furniture, Mahogany Pagoda Bedroom set, Ethan Allen King Sized Bed, Partner’s Desk, Tilt-Top tables, Stacking Bookcase, Country French Cabinets, Large Pier Mirror, Claw foot bookcase, Large Pie Safe, Dry Sinks, Gothic Sideboard, Rock-Ola Victrola Jukebox (Series B Type 2), Baker’s rack with milk glass, Alabaster and Slag Lamps, Horn Safari Chair, Eastlake Pier Mirror, Chandelier with Figural Dragons, immediately following the cataloged furniture will be 2 hours of Uncatalogued furniture, Living Room sets, Slant front desks, Kitchen sets, much more. Jewelry, Silver, Glassware, Asian Porcelains, Clocks, Bronzes, Crystal Compotes, Sevres, Artwork, Estate Oriental Carpets, Lamps and Mirrors, much more. See the Online catalog after 6/23. 2 P.M. Approx. (Uncatalogued furniture) Estate furniture: Living room and bedroom sets, outdoor furniture, Much more. For More Info Call (610)

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