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Schmidt Museum Auction Supersedes All Other Coca-Cola ® Sales efore the auction began, it was touted as the best collection of Coca-Cola advertising art ever put on sale at one time. When it was over, all expectations were exceeded. On September 17 and 18, the Schmidt Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, held its first auction. The two-day event saw more than 650 items sell for a total of $3.3 million. What made this sale so remarkable? Three items went for six figures each, with another going for $95,000. Not bad when considering that the highest appraised value for any single item before the auction was $30,000. “It’s extremely rare to see a piece of advertising art of any type go for more than $100,000,” says Larry Schmidt, who organized the auction. “We’re extremely happy with the results. This sale shows the power of the CocaCola brand and the passion collectors have for Coke memorabilia.” Auctioneer Richard Opfer, who specializes in toy and collectibles auctions, states that the Schmidt auction was “without a doubt” the best Coca-Cola sale he’s ever conducted. “I’ve sold to these people for years. They love CocaCola, and they’re a g r e a t group to sell to. We had the best of the best (in terms of auction items and buyers). When you get the best, you get great results!” From unique posters to antique toys - from rare bottles to hanging lights f r o m t o y trucks to real delivery trucks - the auction offered a wide selection of Coke collectibles. The highest bid was $140,000 for a 13-inch hanging globe light made of leaded glass. This 1920’s piece had tiny pieces of cut glass creating mosaic pat-


terns, including Coca-Cola’s signa- collecting to a new high. And this president of the Coca-Cola ture script logo. auction supersedes any other Coca- Collectors Club, an international organization with thousands of members. “It was extremely interesting and exciting,” he stated, “to get to see some of that firsthand is a rare opportunity.” “I’m glad we were there.” Like many collectors, the Bardins came to the auction hoping to take something home. “We made a wish list, bid on many, bought one. We’re very pleased with what we got and what we paid for it,” said Dennis. “It was fun to be a part of it.” We’ll go to the next one!” The September auction was the first of several that are planned. The next is expected to take place in the spring of 2012. For more than a century, the Schmidt family ran bottling operations in Kentucky and Richard Opfer selling the 1895 poster. Southern Indiana. The pasThe second highest price, Cola sale in terms of pression for collecting Coca$105,000, was for a bright yellow, tige and quality.” Cola memorabilia began in one-of-a-kind poster from 1896. Hundreds attended, 1972, when then-president Considered the showcase of the from around the country, of the company’s Schmidt’s privately held collection, bringing trucks and Elizabethtown operathe poster measured 30 inches by trailers with them to tion, Bill Schmidt, 40 inches, and featured an attrac- haul home their and his wife, Jan, tive woman drinking a Coke sur- newly prized bought some rounded by the words “Cures possessions, Coca-Cola Headache, Relieves Exhaustion, At antiques to Mosaic Soda Fountains, 5 cents.” decorate Leaded The the office. Glass other By 1976, their Globe, sixcollection 1920s figure filled a warei t e m , $140,000. house and was which turned into a sold for while othmuseum. $100,000, ers placed Forty years was an 11-1/2- bids online of collecting netinch soda foun- and on the ted the tain dispenser from phone. The auc1915 with a marble tion room, which held approximately 130 Early Cut-out people, was full during most of Advertising piece. the sale - approximately 12 base and a leaded- hours over the two-day periglass light on top, od. featuring CocaAdjoining the auction Cola’s script logo. room was a tent where The piece that hundreds more could went for $95,000 watch and place bids. A was a nine-inch large service/garage door serving tray from between the auction room 1897, consid- and the tent gave everyered the first one who attended an tin litho- opportunity to see the g r a p h e d action as it happened. With tray used nearly ideal weather, the by the atmosphere inside the tent C o c a - was not only comfortable, “it Cola Co. made for a happy, enjoyable, Allan Petretti, a renowned good-time, party-under-the-tent expert and author on Coca-Cola type atmosphere,” says Schmidt. memorabilia, referred to the aucDennis Bardin and his wife tion as the “Super Bowl for Coke Donna drove 800 miles, from S c h m i d t s collectors.” “We witnessed an Dallas, Texas, to Elizabethtown, to 80,000 items - the largest private incredible phenomenon,” he said. attend. An avid collector for 25 collection of Coca-Cola memora“Over the years, the Schmidts took years, Dennis even serves as the bilia in the world - with pieces that

span 114 years reflecting the country’s culture through the years. “A big portion of our life has gone into collecting these wonderful, artistic pieces,” said Jan Schmidt, “We didn’t set out to accumulate the world’s largest (privately owned) collec1915 Soda Dispenser $100,000.

tion. All we wanted to do was tell a story and put it on display.” Future auction are expected to create similar excitement. “These are not just auctions, they’re events,” says Petretti. “Because CocaCola is arguably the greatest heritage brand of all time, making these rare pieces available attracts much more than the niche collector. People from all over the world are attracted to these pieces.” It’s expected to take years to divest the museum’s inventory. “We’re being sensitive to how many items are available to the public at any one time,” says Larry Schmidt. “We’re hopeful that we’re bringing attention to Coke memorabilia and enhancing its value for all collectors.” Why sell everything? The passing of Bill Schmidt several years ago has allowed the family to reassess the collection. “It’s bitter sweet, but it’s time to let others who really want to own these pieces get that opportunity,” says Larry Schmidt, Bill’s son. The Schmidt family, which has a track record of benevolence, is creating a foundation. Proceeds from the auctions will be will used by the founda1897 Victorian Tray - $95,000.

tion to benefit charitable and worthy causes. For more information on the Museum and its auction, visit the Schmidt Museum website: More Photos From The Auction On Page 2

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more than one million units and put Lesney on the diecast toy map - so to speak. For a time, Lesney had another partner, John “Jack” Odell. Mr. Odell had a daughter who went to a school that would not allow children to bring toys that were larger than a matchbox. This prompted Odell to create a

version of the Lesney road roller that would fit inside a matchbox. These “matchbox” sized toys catapulted Lesney into the international market. They were successful until 1982 when they went bankrupt. The company was bought by Universal Holdings/Universal Toys and was reconfigured as “Matchbox International Ltd.” The company was moved to Macau, but today, “Matchbox” brand is owned by Mattel, creator of “Hot Wheels” and “Barbie.” In the early years of

Lesney, the company used a company named “Moko” (derived from the name of its founder, Moses Kohnstam), to market its toys. During this period, the boxes read, “A Moko Lesney Product,” and this is probably where P. D. got the Moko name as the maker of his toy. When discussing the value of this particular toy, it is important that the box is missing. This is a serious defect in this type of toy, and with the box, it sells for about $140 or so dollars at auction. Without the very colorful box the price and the desirability is much lower. I have found box-less examples of this Moko Lesney coronation coach sell for less than $10 on eBay, and feel that the insurance replacement value with no box is probably less than $30. Have an antique or collectible you would like to know more about? E-mail your questions and high resolution images to:

By Winston Lennon The Bucks County Antiques Dealers Association proudly presents the 2011 annual Antiques Show on November 5 and 6. The event will be held at a new location the New H o p e Solebury H i g h School on 182 West B r i d g e Street in New Hope, Pennsylvania. Show times are Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission fee is $6 or $5 with postcard or advertisement.

Schmidt Museum Auction Results This is the first time the Bucks County Antiques Dealers Association (BCADA) is presenting a show here. President of the club, Bill D’Anjolell, is very excited about the new locale because he says “the show is in the most famous tourist town in Bucks County and New Hope is also very easy to find.” There will be ample free parking close to the

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end of the thread, but two other important pieces of information are “Lesney” and “Matchbox.” Lesney was founded in 1947 as an industrial die-casting company by Leslie Smith and Rodney Smith. The new company’s operations started in an old pub called “The Rifleman,” but when the company became sucJoe L. Rosson cessful, they Please Note: Values given in this colto umn are for insurance replacement pur- moved locaposes. “Fair market value” is significant- other ly less than insurance replacement value tions over the years. in most cases. During slack periods in manufacturing other Dear Joe: products, the company started Here is an item that I have making toys in 1948. Their had for many years. It is a first hit toy was a die-cast miniature based on Queen road roller - which was really Elizabeth II’s a close copy of coronation a Dinky toy. It coach and was set the theme purchased for for Lesney me “brand new” making transwhen I was portation relatchild. The piece ed toys in the was part of a future. Moko Toys Then the series. There is R o y a l no box, but I Coronation of would characterize the condi- Queen Elizabeth II came tion of the coach as “very along and Lesney made repligood.” What do you estimate cas of the Royal State Coach the value to be? in 1953. They actually made Best Regards, two versions - one larger and P. D. the other smaller. The smaller Dear P. D.: scale version - which is the “Moko Toys” is a good one in today’s question - sold

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It’s a rainy evening tonight - one of many such evenings this past summer and fall. Before the storm came in today, I was out in the yard looking at some of the plantings we added these last two years since moving into our little farmhouse. The property had been “remuddled” by a prior owner with the result being that few if any old plantings remained around the property. I have since taken it upon myself to re-introduce the plants that could have been, and possibly were, at the farm over the last one hundred years. Whether we live in a new house, an apartment or hundred year old farm, as collectors we love to live with our “stuff.” Part of that pleasure also comes from having them in an environment that reflects the time or period that we enjoy. I have seen some wonderful 1950s retro collectors with big plots of zinnias

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from Saratoga Springs and France and focuses on American expatriate painters who worked in France. The Button Box will hail from Cedarburg, Wisconsin, with a selection of antique buttons, boxes of all types, inkwells, and select smalls. “We are one of the largest antique button dealers in the field with inventory dating back to the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries,� said owner Bruce Beck. The firm always has a selection of tea caddies, jewelry boxes, snuff



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The Morristown sive free Armory Antiques parking, and Show in Morristown, gourmet New Jersey, is a welllunch in the established venue with cafe, coming a great track record to the show is bringing the best a fabulous antiques in the busiway for colness together with an lectors to enthusiastic audience immerse of buyers. Outstanding themselves in quality and variety are the world of key elements for The antiques; it’s Morristown Armory a destination Antiques Show on for showOctober 29 and 30. The goers.� 18th-century JMK Shows fall event An An extenItalian mirror from includes over a hun- the booth of sive roster of dred exhibitors featur- Knollwood Antiques, exhibitors will ing a broad range of LLC; solid gilt wood feature furnimerchandise for every with silver, hand-carved ture, taste level with a focus griffins, urns, a lion prints, paintmasque, acanthus ings, art poton affordable prices. The show takes crest and original tery, porceplace at the Morristown glass; antique labels lain, lamps, the back of frame. Armory on Western on art 52 inches high by 25 clocks, Avenue, a comfortable inches wide. glass, Oriental space with wide aisles rugs, scientifand plenty of exhibitors. ic instruments, bronzes, vin“People enjoy coming to the tage fashions, Depression Morristown Armory,� said glass, linens, samplers, and Allison Kohler, Director of reference books. In addition JMK Shows. “Besides the to the distinguished roster of spacious facility, the exten- exhibitors the show features an expert glass repair clinic by Paul Nulton, a furniture restoration clinic, expert porcelain and pottery restoration by Louis Pirrello, and a certified appraisal clinic by Linda Roberts from White Orchid From The Button Box are buttons from the Appraisals at 18th & 19th centuries, from top left, an 18th- just $5 per century porcelain set in metal, 19th-century item. China Satsuma, enameled glass insect, engraved Pearl mending serknown as a Coachmen’s pearl from the early vice and 1800’s and a painting on Ivory under glass of repairs while the Taj Mahal set in gold in the center.

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Philadelphia area residents and tourists. Although the show is a young one, it is aspiring to be one of the best in the Delaware Valley. Honorary Chairs are Mrs. J. Maxwell Moran and Mrs. S. Matthews V. Hamilton, Jr. All proceeds benefit Surrey Services for Seniors. The Presenting Sponsor is The Radnor Hotel. The show is open on Saturday, November 12, from


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Burlington City, New Jersey, will celebrate DST and Thanksgiving with a display of time pieces and dinner platters of all colors and sizes for that delicious turkey, chicken, duck and, yes, even lasagna!! Thanksgiving

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Philadelphia is coming to Mullica Hill, New Jersey, on collectibles, vintage jewelry, pottery, primitives and much October 29 more will line the sidewalks (rain date of the village along Main October 30) as Street, from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. they host This is the perfect venue antique and for hosting this event as vintage venMullica Hill Village was dors from voted “Best Antique neighboring Shopping” and several Philadelphia, Shoppes were voted “Best of Pennsylvania. the Best for Stepping Back In More than 30 Time” by South Jersey vendors featurMagazine 2010. Enjoy shoping antiques, Day is a holiday celebrated has been a time primarily in the United States to give thanks and Canada. Traditionally, it to God, family, and friends. The modern Thanksgiving holiday tradition traces its origins to a 1621 celebration at Plymouth in present-day Massachusetts. The tradition of Thanksgiving has had its ups and downs. In 1623, during a severe drought, the Pilgrims gathered at a service to offer 215 East Pleasant Street prayers for the onset of rain. Hammonton, NJ 08037 It was not until June of 1676 that another day of Wide Variety Of Thanksgiving was pro-

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday, November 13, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. An Opening Night party, by invitation only, will be held on Friday, Nov. 11, from 5 to 9 p.m. General admission is $12. Refreshments and a cash bar will be available throughout the weekend. For information, including the list of 2011 Lectures, call (484) 580-9609 or visit www.mainline


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Morristown Armory is one of the best places to buy and encourages the public to join her in celebrating four hundred years of antiques and design. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $8 (with a copy of the ad $7). Special hotel rates are available to show-goers at the Ramada Inn ($69) in East Hanover, New Jersey (973) 386-5622 and The Marriott ($89) in Hanover, New Jersey (973) 538-8811. Make sure to ask for the JMK Show & Events group rate. For more information, contact JMK at (973) 9272794, During Show: (973) 224-2797; visit online at


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19711 Newark 302-454-8007 AUNT MARGARET’S ANTIQUE MALL 294 E. Main St. Mon- Sat. 10-5, Sun 12-5. 2 floors. Antiques, collectibles, primitives, much more. 19711 Newark 302-733-7677 MAIN STREET ANTIQUES, 23 Liberty Plaza. Open Mon-Sat. 10-8, Sun. 11:305:30 Over 45 Showcase & Room Dealers selling Quality Antiques & Collectibles. 19933 Bridgeville 302-337-3137 ART’S ANTIQUE ALLEY, Rt. 13 South. 60 dealers. Open 7 days 9am-6pm. 20,000 sq.ft. Collectibles, Fenton dealer. A/C, restrooms, snacks 19958 Lewes 302-645-2309 HERITAGE ANTIQUE MARKET, 16168 Coastal Hwy. (RT1), 2mi. N. of Five Points, Lewes. Roseville pottery, furniture, books, dolls, china, glass, jewelry, art & more from 49 dealers! Always looking for new Dealers in the Beach Resort. 11-5 daily. 19963 Milford 302-424-1288 RIVERSIDE ANTIQUE MALL 34 N. Walnut St. Mon-Sat. 10-5. Featuring diversified antique dealers sure to satisfy any collector. Civil War, Lionel Trains, Quilts, Glassware, Furniture, Jewelry, etc.

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 21028 Churchville 410-734-6267 DENNY’S OLE CALVARY POST OFFICE 1100 Calvary Rd. Purveyors of hard to find items. Antiques & Collectibles, yarn & handmades, preserves & jelly, fresh baked pies. Hrs. Mon.-Fri. 7-7, Sat. 7-5. 21043 Ellicott City 410-465-4444 TAYLOR’S ANTIQUE MALL, Historic District. Cor. of Frederick Rd & Old Columbia Pike. 16,000 Sq.Ft. of Antiques & Collectibles. Mon.- Sat. 10-5 & Sunday Noon-5. 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.

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

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

21157 Westminster 410-857-4044 WESTMINISTER ANTIQUE MALL 433 Hahn Rd 25,000 s.f., furn., military, toys, silver, coins, comics, glassware. Generally open 7 days/ week Mon. - Sat. 10-6; Sun. 12-6. 21901 North East 410-287-8318 5 & 10 ANTIQUE MARKET, 115 S. Main St. Daily 10am-6pm. Cecil County’s largest! Buying/ selling antiques & collectibles. Gourmet chocolates & coffee. 21911 Rising Sun 410-658-8100 COUNTRY BOY ANTIQUE CENTER 1320 Rock Springs Rd. Come visit Cecil Co. Multi-Dealer Antique shop. Wide array of antiques, furniture, jewelry, coins & collectibles. Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. 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.

07701 Red Bank 732-224-0033 MONMOUTH ST. EMPORIUM, 27 Monmouth St., Multi-Dealer, vintage furniture & accessories, jewelry, home decor, lighting, art, glassware, shabby. Open 7 days/ week. Space available. 07701 Red Bank 732-842-7377 MONMOUTH ANTIQUE SHOPPES, 217 W. Front St. 40 Dealers located in the Antiques District of Red Bank (6 Lg. Multi-dealer shops). Open 7 days 11am5pm. 2 blocks from RR. 1.5 miles off Garden State Parkway ext. 109. 07801 Dover 973-989-4470 DOVER ANTIQUE CENTER Corner of Warren & Bassett. Furniture, pottery, jewelry, toys, glass, books, records, clocks, art, trains, coins W 11-7, F/Sat 11-5, Su 10-5. 07874 Stanhope 973-347-7373 BLUE HERON ANTIQUES, 34 Main St. Roseville Pottery, Perfumes, Art Glass, Lamps, Jewelry, Paper Weights, Watches, Clocks. CLEARANCE SALE. Open Wed.- Sun. 10-6. Tues. by chance.

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08505 Bordentown 609-298-1424 SHOPPE 202, 202 Farnsworth Ave., Exit 7 NJ Turnpike, 206 N-1 mile. Antiques, custom framing, collectibles, art & furniture. Tues. thru Sat. 11-6, Fri. till 8. 08525 Hopewell 609-466-9833 TOMATO FACTORY ANTIQUE & DESIGN CENTER 2 Somerset St. We Have It All! Open Mon. thru Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. We have 38 Dealers. 08831 Jamesburg 732-521-9055 BARBARA’S UNIQUE ANTIQUE BOUTIQUE, 35 East Railroad Ave. Wed.Fri. 10-5:30, Sat. 11-3, Sun. & Tues. by chance. Antiques, collectibles, glassware, fine gold, cameo, jewelry. 3 miles east of Exit 8A, NJ Tpke. Periodic Auctions- visit 08876 Somerville 908-218-1234 ANTIQUES EMPORIUM, 29 Division St. Open 7 days 11-5. Everything to Sell!

16159 W. Middlesex 724-528-2490 ANTIQUE & FLEAMARKET & AUCTIONS OF W. MIDDLESEX RT18 S. Open Wed., Thur., Sat., Sun. 9am-5pm. Monthly Auctions. Largest Antique Market in Western Pennsylvania. 16686 Tyrone 814-684-5088 I-99 ANTIQUES, conveniently located off the Tyrone Exit of Interstate 99, 1222 Pennsylvania Avenue. Quality antiques & collectibles. 40 dealers. Open Daily 10-5, Sun 12-5. Dealers welcome. 16801 State College 814-238-2980 APPLE HILL ANTIQUES, Rt. 26N to 169 Gerald Street. Distinctive antiques in a gallery setting. Over 60 dealers. Open daily 10 to 6. Wide variety. 17020 Duncannon 717-834-9333 OLD SLED WORKS 722 N. Market St. Books, Furniture, Glassware, Jewelry, Postcards, Primitives, Records, Tools, Toys. Open Wed.- Sun. 10am-5pm 17025 West Fairview 717-732-7680 WE DABBLE, 73 2nd St. (on Rt 11-15) . 3500 sq.ft. We buy/ sell for you. Marbles wanted. 17045 Liverpool 717-444-7550 THE FACKTORY STORES 101 Chestnut St. Collectibles, crafts, furniture, glassware, jewelry, antiques, toys, tools, plumbing supplies. Hrs. Mon-Fri. 10-? Sat. 10-5, Sun. 12-5.

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.

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.

07940 Madison 973-796-6628 MADISON ART & ANTIQUE CENTER 20 Cook Plaza off Central. Hrs. 11-4:30 Tues. - Sat. Closed Sun. & Mon. MultiDealer. Antiques, collectibles, furniture, jewelry, etc. Free Parking.

17090 Shermans Dale 717-582-3457 HEARTS DESIGN AT NEEDFUL THINGS RT34, 5800 Spring Rd. Open 7 days/ week 10-6. Antiques, Gifts & Custom Embroidery, Green Mt. Coffee, Yankee Candles, FIND US ON FACEBOOK

08033 Haddonfield 856-429-1929 HADDONFIELD ANTIQUES CENTER, 9 Kings Highway East. Multi-dealer co-op, Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 12-4. Antiques, collectibles, vintage merchandise, art, books, brass, copper, furniture, glassware, jewelry, pottery, silver, toys, etc. 08310 Richland Village 856-697-2170 SHORELINE VINTAGE, 1343 Rt. 40. Antique Furniture & More, Open Thurs. thru Sun. or by appt.



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17810 Allenwood 570-538-1886 BALD EAGLE ANTIQUE CENTER, Rt. 15approx 10-12 mi. N of I-80, Exit 210B or 9 mi. S of Williamsport, PA. Full general line. Dlrs Welcome. Open Saturday & Sunday 10-5 Closed snow days.

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. 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. 18360 Stroudsburg 570-424-7474 BROWSERY ANTIQUES 51 N. Third St. Open Fri., Sat., Sun. 10-6. Something for everyone primitives to contemporary. Monthly bidders board (silent auction). Top dollar paid for gold & silver. 18657 Tunkhannock 570-836-8713 APPLE WAGON ANTIQUE MALL, Rt.6, 5 miles west of Tunkhannock. Primitives, furniture, glassware, pottery, toys, books, linens & coins. 25+ vendors. Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-5. 18914 Chalfont 215-997-3227 BUCKS COUNTY ANTIQUE GALLERY, 8 Skyline Dr. Just off Rt. 202, S of Rt.152. Antiques & more. Old/ new accessories, consignment furniture. 12,000 sq ft. of Bucks County’s Best. Tu.-Sa. 10-5, Sun 12-5 18930 Kintnersville 610-847-1966 GRISTIES ANTIQUES AND ODDITIES, Rt. 611 near Rt. 32. 30 Dealers. Smalls and primitives to fine furniture. Open every day 11-5. Free parking. 18940 Wrightstown 215-598-8837 NOSTALGIC NOOK, Rt413, Carousel Village at Indian Walk. China, Stangl, Pennsbury Pottery, Glass-Cut & Pressed, Silver, Primitives, Furniture, Frames, Lamps. M-Sa 10-6. Sun 11-5. 18944 Perkasie 215-257-3564 TREASURE TROVE, 6 S. 7th Street. Estate jewelry, furniture, linens, vintage clothing, glass, china, books, toys, kitchenware, advertising, postcards. Primitives to Deco. Dealers Welcome. Mon.-Sat. 10-5. “Since 1980.�

18947 Pipersville 215-766-7145 BUX-MONT CONSIGNMENT SHOPPE ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES, 6719 Easton Rd. Accepting Consignments Now! Store hours Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday 9-5. Indoor booths loaded with crafts, antiques, collectibles & more! 18951 Quakertown 215-536-4547 ANTIQUES AT 200 EAST, Rts 212 & 313. Multi-DLR shop; EAST BROAD ANTIQUES, 141 E. Broad St. 215-5364408. One Stop 2 Fantastic Stores. Shop Where Dealers Buy! Open 7 days. 18962 Silverdale 215-453-1414 THE FACTORY ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES, 130 West Main St, Rt 113, Bucks County. Featuring over 40 fine Buck’s County Dealers. Open Wednesday thru Sunday 10am to 5pm. 19128 Philadelphia 215-482-1033 KITCHENIQUES 646 Roxborough Ave. Antiques, collectibles, specializing in kitchen, dining & restaurant decor, Chef’s tools, etc. Hrs. Thurs.-Fri. 116pm, Sat. 9-4 19343 Glenmoore 610-458-8964 VILLAGE EMPORIUM, Ludwigs Village Shoppes, Rts 100/ 401. Antiques, lighting, collectibles, jewelry, furniture, local artists. Tues.-Sat. 10-5. Sun 12-5 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.

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

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

19446 Landsdale 215-361-7910 THE ARCHIVE, 725 W. 2nd St. 1000’s of used & antique books, magazines, postcards, ephemera, coins, records, furniture, antiques, collectibles. 21,000 s.f. Tues.-Fri. 11-6, Sat.-Sun. 10-6, 19492 Zieglersville 610-287-9923 CREEKSIDE ANTIQUE CENTER Rts. 73 & 29. 3 mi. S. of Perkiomenville F.M. Across from WAWA. Multi-Dlrs. Full general line. Come and join our monthly raffle drawings. Open Wed-Sun. 11-5. 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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17745 Lock Haven 570-893-1650 MARKET HAUS & GROVE, U.S. RT 220 Lock Haven, PA exit RT 120. Open Thurs. - Sun. 9:30-5. 22,000 sq. ft. of antiques, crafts, collectibles, furniture & such. A trip you’ll always remember.

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

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17552 Mount Joy 717-653-9026 STONE BARN ANTIQUES, 21/2 miles east of Mount Joy, on Chiques Road, across from Liederkranz. Oak & pine furniture & general line. Call for appointment.

17901 Pottsville 570-640-2565 Hidden Treasures, PA 419 W. Market St. Antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, linens, china, books, electronics, tools, jewelry, etc. Tue.-Sat 10-6:30, Sun. by chance or appt., closed Mon. Bring Ad for $5 off $25 purchase.



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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.

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


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


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

12/04/11, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd off Rt. 23, Wayne PAL OHIO 11/26-27/11, COLUMBUS, , Antiques & Collectibles, , Ohio Expo Center

PENNSYLVANIA 10/28-29/11, ALLENTOWN, FRI 10 AM-5 PM SAT 11 AM-5 PM, Antiques, 17th & Chew Sts, Allentown Fairgrounds Agri-Plex Agricultural Hall 10/28-29/11, YORK, FRI 11 AM- 7 PM SAT 11 AM-5 PM, Antiques, 334 Carlisle Ave, York Fairgrounds Conv & Expo Ctr Memorial Hall East 10/29-30/11, PHILADELPHIA, F/M SAT & SUN 9:30 AM-5:30 PM AUCTION EVERY SAT 11 AM, F/M & Auction, 1600 S Warfield St, Pennsy Flea Market & Country Auction 11/05-06/11, NEW HOPE, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, 182 W Bridge St, New Hope-Solebury High School 11/05-06/11, POTTSTOWN, SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 8:30 AM-2 PM, Antique Gun, 1613 High St, Sunnybrook Ballroom 11/05/11, ALLENTOWN, SAT 9 AM-3 PM, Toy, Dolls, Miniatures, Comics, Trains, Books Etc., Agricultural Hall 17th & Chew Sts, Allentown Fairgrounds 11/06/11, YORK, SUN 10 AM-3 PM, Doll, Toy, Teddy Bear, 334 Carlisle Ave, York Fairgrounds Old Main Bldg 11/12-13/11, VILLANOVA, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, Antiques, 555 Sproul Rd Rt 320, Radnor Valley Country Club 11/25-26/11, LANCASTER, FRI 10 AM- 6 PM SAT 10 AM-4 PM, Postcard, 1383 Arcadia Rd, Farm and Home Center TEXAS 10/28-10/31/11, IRVING, FRISUN 11 AM-7 PM MON 11 AM-6 PM, International Art, Antiques, Jewelry, 500 W Las Colinas Blvd, Irving Convention Center @ Los Colinas VIRGINIA 11/05-06/11, CHANTILLY, , DC Big Flea, 4320 Chantilly Center, Dulles Expo

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chrysanthemums will adorn North and South Main Street, which stretches out over a mile. The village is on the State and National Historic Registry, so many shops are based in historic buildings and open year round. Most will be

having in store specials during the Philadelphia Antique and Vintage Flea Market. Spend the day or a weekend and enjoy lunch or dinner at one of the town’s restaurants or tearooms, or if you’re too busy

shopping, pick up a delicious hoagie or a bag of kettle corn. For more information call (856) 881-6800 or visit www.mullica or www.PhilaFlea

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11/06/11, HELMETTA, SUN 2 PM, Multi Estates & collectibles including oak dressers, deco chifferobe, lamps, clocks, military, smalls etc., Holy Trinity Church Hall 100 Main St, Barbara's Unique Antique Boutique's


11/05/11, GREENSBORO, SAT 10 AM, Antiques, collectibles, furniture, tools, 1994 Chevy S-10 Blazer, 308 N Main St, A. Curtis Andrew Auction, Inc. NORTH CAROLINA 10/30/11, REIDSVILLE, SUN 2 PM, Gun, Smithey's Funwood Auction 126 Citty Store Rd, Kenneth Smithey



11/05/11, HIGHTSTOWN, SAT 9 AM, Asian, Tiffany sterling set, jewelry, furniture, toys, dolls, etc., 278 Monmouth St, Empire Auctions 11/05/11, MILLVILLE, SAT 9 AM, Furniture, primitives, country collectibles, glassware, pottery, advertising, toys, books, ephemera, paintings, prints, accessories etc., Elks Lodge of Millville 1815 E Broad St, Von Rhine Auction Service

11/05/11, FREDERICK, SAT 9 AM, Americana including country store, advertising, trade cards, candy jars, apothecary related items, signs, Coca Cola, soda fountain items,collection of early colorful sheet music etc., Frederick Fairgrounds Bldg 12 797 E Patrick St, Howard B. Parzow



NEW YORK 10/28-29/11, ASHVILLE, FRI 4 PM SAT 10 AM, 10/28 - Discovery uncataloged antiques including B&G Copenhagen plates, primitives, black memorabilia, Steiff, porcelain ware, music boxes, etc. 10/29 - Discovery cataloged antiques including Wavecrest, Nakara, RS Prussia, Victorian rosebowl collection, Victorian glass etc., Chautauqua Lake Auction Ctr 2118 Magnolia Ave, Jim Wroda Auction Services PENNSYLVANIA 10/28 & 11/04/11, GARNET VALLEY, FRI 10/28 3 PM FRI 11/4 4 PM, 10/28 - Model trains, railroad memorabilia, slot cars etc. 11/4 - Estate firearms collection, 1347 Naamans Creek Rd, Briggs Auction, Inc.


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10/28/11, CAMP HILL, FRI 10 AM, Toys, collectibles, art, furniture etc., Prosser Hall 2145 Walnut St, Cordier Antiques & Auctions 10/28/11, LEHIGHTON, FRI 5 PM, Sportsmen including hunting, fishing, ammo, gun cabinets, Mahoning Valley Fire Co 2358 Mahoning Dr W, Arner Auctioneers LLC 10/29/11, BATH, SAT 9 AM, Antiques, furniture, collectibles, 2009 Impala, stained glass, 3133 Newburg Rd, Zettlemoyer Auction Co., LLC 10/29/11, CHAMBERSBURG, SAT 10 AM, Comic books, coins, currency, Gateway Gallery Auction 643 Kriner Rd, John F. Kohler, Jr. 10/29/11, DUNCANNON, SAT 2 PM, Glassware, pottery, large cast railroad bell, coins, Shirley Temple Dolls, stamps, trains, ephemera, jewelry, furniture etc., Rts 11/15 beside Leonard's Oak World between Marysville & Duncannon, Cindy Fenton 10/29/11, EPHRATA, SAT 9 AM, Antiques, Christmas decorations, collection of bear items, 125 Church Ave, Rich Harry (Putt Auction) 10/29/11, EXTON, SAT 10:30 AM, Antique furniture, gold, sterling, jewelry, modern era trains etc., OnSite 225 Hendricks Ave, George H. Wilson 10/29/11, LITITZ, SAT 8 AM, Antiques, Linden Hall items, coins, 10 Hopeland Rd Brickerville, Elmer Murry Auctions, Inc. 10/29/11, MALVERN, SAT 8 AM, Antiques, furniture & accessories, reproduction & patio furniture, period kitchenware, original artworks, sterling silver, porcelain, china etc., 697 Sugartown Rd, Wiederseim Associates, Inc.

10/29/11, SASSAMANSVILLE, SAT 9 AM, Antiques, collectibles, furniture, wood shop equipment, mantel clocks, Hess truck collection, other toy trucks etc., Sassamansville Fire Co 1865 Hoffmansville Rd, Arn B. Malmberg 10/29/11, YORK, SAT 9 AM, Beer advertising & trays, tobacco tins, signs, pipes, farm, furniture, primitives, fans, radios etc., York Fairgrounds & Expo Ctr John & Paige Smith Bldg Highland Ave, Rentzels Auction Service, Inc. 10/30/11, CAMP HILL, SUN 11 AM, Antiques, quality furnishings etc., 2228 Gettysburg Rd, Costea's Auction Gallery 10/30/11, GRANTVILLE, SUN 11 AM, Trains, beer tray collection, toys, advertising, military, box lots, 660 Firehouse Rd, Paladin Auctions 10/30/11, MYERSTOWN, SUN NOON, Train & Old movie projector, Myerstown Auction House 119 East Main Ave (rear), All Points Auction Company 10/31/11, MOUNT JOY, MON 4 PM, Early American antiques & collectibles, Gathering Place, Martin Auctioneers, Inc. 10/31/11, YORK, MON 9 AM, Antiques, furniture, collectibles, glassware, china, costume jewelry, Christmas items, tools, box lots, 240 Hatchery Rd, Toomey Auction Service, Inc. 11/01-03/11, HATFIELD, TUES 4 PM WED 3 PM THURS 9 AM, 11/1 - Coin & Currency, Real Estate Ottsville, Pa 11/2 - Real Estate Doylestown & Pipersville; online furniture bidding ends 3 pm 11/3 - Hess trucks, die-cast banks, furniture, furnishings, jewelry, sterling, books, artwork etc., 501 Fairgrounds Rd, Alderfer Auction & Appraisal

11/01/11, DALLAS, TUES 5 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, 56 Dorchester Dr, Travers Auction Company 11/01/11, HUMMELSTOWN, TUES 10 AM, Real Estate, furniture, antiques, collectibles, Hummel figurines, 257 Willow St, Harry H. Bachman 11/02/11, CHESTER HEIGHTS, WED 3 PM, 7' Frederick Prescott Sculpture, sterling silver, silver coins, mantle clocks, estate jewelry, gold, silver, diamonds, paintings, artwork, Lionel trains etc., Gallery 344 Valleybrook Rd, Wilsons Auction 11/02/11, WILLOW STREET, WED 9 AM, Coins, currency, proof sets, mint sets, silver dollars, misc., Willow Street Al Starr Bldg 2901 Willow St Pike (behind Fire Co.), Enterline Auction Service LLC 11/04/11, COLUMBIA, FRI 5 PM, Carnival Glass, Columbia #1 Fire Department 137 S Front St, Keller Auctioneers, LLC 11/05-06/11, HARRISBURG, SAT & SUN 11 AM, 11/5 - coins, silver, jewelry, paper, books, collectibles, toys 11/6 - furniture- art, prints, photography, decorative arts, ceramics, lighting, clocks, glass etc., 1500 Paxton St, Cordier Antiques & Auctions 11/05/11, DILLSBURG, SAT 4 PM, Antiques, Roseville, guns, dishes, car etc., Haar's Auction 185 Logan Rd Rt 15, Hardy Auctioneers

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10 Hopeland Road - Brickerville - Lititz, PA

SAT., OCT. 29, 2011 8:00 AM

Consignments Wanted E361017

Well Varied Auction - Two Auctioneers - Be Early!



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FURNITURE: Early Tall Case Clock w/Osborne Movement, 2 Part Corner Cupboard, Blanket Chests, Depression Dining Room & Bedroom Furniture, Small Green One-Door Cupboard, Large One-Door Cupboard, Butterfly Windsor Side Chair, Wallpaper Decorated Trunk, Iron Furnishings; Stiffel Freeman Safe. POTTERY: Baltimore Blue Decorated Cylinder Crock, Blue Decorated Cake Crock, Cowden & Wilcox 2 Gal. Jug w/blue Tulip Decoration, Chick Fountain, more blue decorated Stoneware. COINS & CURRENCY: A nicely varied lot of Silver & Other Coins. Please stay tuned for a listing. ART: Al Taft & Floyd Hackman Paintings, Barbara Whipple Woodblock Prints. LIONEL: #1655 Engine, #2472 Caboose, Large Station, Station Platform, Beacon Light, Overhead Light Signals, Odds & ends of Accessories, Large Transformer, Other Train ACCESSORIES Keystone Garage, Union Train Station. LOCAL SMALLS: Linden Hall Dishes, Linden Hall Serving Ware both China & Metal & China, Wooden Thermometer Arthur Gibble Manheim, PA. TEXTILES: Blue Check, Vibrant Mennonite Quilts,1892 Crazy Quilt (NICE!), Other Finely Done Quilts, Uriah Carpenter Linen Feed Bag dated 1855. GREAT SMALLS: Toleware Tin Box, Civil War Discharge, Oil Lamp, Key Wind & other Watches, Many Hummel Figurines, Sterling Items, Early Pewter, Thomas Stauffer Pewter, Jewelry, Tin Cookie Cutter, Postcards, Cranberry Glassware, Excellent Rye Straw Basket, Chalk Eagle, Candlestick Phone, Carnival Glass, Mantel & other Clocks, Dolls, Mr. Peanut Tin, Birdcages, Old Teddy Bear, Early Baseball Mitt, Bat & Mask. Musical: Edison Cylinder Phonograph w/ Curved Morning Glory Horn, Bugle, Roller Organ. WINDUP TOYS: SANTA, SANTA AND SLEIGH, BEAR, SUZY, BEAR ON SWING, WINROSS & ERTL TRUCKS. NOTE: We Emptied Three Great House Lots Having Third Generation Family Antiques. Come Early, Two Auctioneers Selling. TERMS: CASH, GOOD CHECK, VISA, MASTERCARD OR DISCOVER, 10% BUYER'S PREMIUM. SELLING FOR Ruth Herr Of Lititz, Scott & Fae Garman, Lititz & The Estate Of Dorothy Althouse, Reading, PA. Please Stay Tuned For More Photos.

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2011 at 10:00 AM 308 N. Main St., GREENSBORO, MD Selling from the home of Elsie & Brud Embert, after many years of collecting, are relocating and will sell the following items: FURNITURE: Marble top washstands, Victorian love seat - side chairs - armchair, Empire style bench, pine tables, Empire style coffee table, plank bottom chairs, twin rope beds, blanket chest, several chest of drawers, pine stand, rope bed, ladderback chairs, pine wall table, old school desk, trunks, cane rocker, Ant. card table, hall rack, (2) Amish stools, kitchen cabinet, chest freezer, love seat, bar stools, recliner, port. television & stand, rocker, and many other items. COLLECTIBLES: Large collection of Antique tools, sleigh bells, sailboat weathervane, Ironware, child’s sleighs, scales, doll cradle, traveling butcher’s kit in wood case, wood pulleys, stone jugs, anchors, mantel clocks, blue & white china, cruets, salts, glassware, crocks, case clock - wood works, old telescope, Aladdin lamp, cow bell, wood box, miniature lamps, dome clock, dresser dishes, several model boats, swan decoy, doll trunk, pitcher & bowl, brass doll bed, floor lamp - boat prop. Base, brass tub, Roseville pottery, oriental style rug, foot warmer, shoe lathes, kerosene lamps, brass bucket, coffee grinder, pictures, milk cans, iron pot, sundial, birdbath, 7-Up sign, and many, many other items. TOOLS/VEHICLE: 1994 Chev. S-10 Blazer 4 Dr., AT, 4x4 (111,240 miles), 10 ton wood splitter, port. sandblaster, air compressor 1 hp., EZgo 21 Golf cart, table saw, drill press, bench grinder, workbench, small safe, shop vac, woodstove, canoe, small sailboat, wood lathe, anvil, c-clamps, bar clamps, pipe clamps, ladders, bicycles, and many other items. TERMS: Cash or approved check with current letter from your bank guaranteeing funds, unless you are known by the Auctioneer. All items sold “AS-IS,” “WHERE-IS” with no guarantee. No Buyer’s Premium. OWNERS: Elsie & Brud Embert S719202




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Celebrating 75 Years



BURLINGTON (Continued from page 6)

colonies, many feeling the hardship of a few Pilgrims did not warrant a national holiday. And later, President Thomas Jefferson scoffed at the idea of having a day of thanksgiving. It was Sarah Josepha Hale, a magazine editor, whose efforts eventually led to what we recognize as Thanksgiving Day today. Finally, after a 40 year campaign of writing editori-


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November. It’s not certain if the wild turkey was on the menu of that first Thanksgiving in 1621, but the term “turkey” was used by the Pilgrims to mean any sort of wild fowl. Benjamin Franklin wanted the wild turkey to be the national bird of this young United States and I am so glad this did not transpire. To me, Thanksgiving would not be the same without its centerpiece, roasted turkey!

2 LARGE AUCTIONS ONE DAY John & Paige Smith Building

York Expo Center

YORK, PA SAT., OCT. 29, 2011

9:00 A.M.

Preview: Fri., Oct. 28, 6 P.M.- 8 P.M., 8:00 A.M. day of Auction Dir.: Rt. 30 west of York, PA to Rt. 74 south, go 1 mile & turn right on Highland Ave., Enter Expo Center, building next to Toyota Center.

Auction Ring #1

9:00 A.M.: Beer Advertising & Trays 9:30 A.M.: 1,000+ Tobacco Tins & Signs, 100s of Pipes, 100s of Tobacco Items, Several Fancy Meerschaum Pipes.

Auction Ring #2

Start your holiday shopping early in November at the Historic Burlington Antique and Art Emporium located at 424 High Street, Burlington City, New Jersey. Open 7 days a week from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. for your convenience with complimentary coffee, tea and snacks. Visit our website at for photos or call us at (609) 747-8333 for directions. With 65 dealers in the Emporium I am sure you will find a platter or serving dish for your Thanksgiving table. Happy Thanksgiving from all the dealers at the Emporium! Enjoy the good food, family and friends and don’t forget the “FOOTBALL”!! 717-577-1886

Blaine Rentzel AU-000761-L

Dave Conley AU-003269-L

Rentzels Auction Service, Inc.


als and letters to governors and presidents, Hale’s obsession became a reality when, in 1863, President Lincoln proclaimed the last Thursday in November as a National Day of Thanksgiving. The date was changed a few times, most recently by Franklin Roosevelt, who set the date one week earlier in November in order to create a longer Christmas shopping season. Public uproar against this decision caused President Roosevelt to move Thanksgiving back to its original date two years later. And in 1941, Thanksgiving was finally sanctioned by Congress as a legal holiday on the fourth Thursday in

The Accessions from the York County Heritage Trust 9:00: Antique Farm Related Items 9:00: Antique Furniture 10:00: General Antiques: Primitives, Fans, Radios & more 10:30: Telephone Collection (100s of Items) CHECK WEB SITE FOR 1,000 PHOTOS Terms: Cash, Approved Check, Credit Card 12% Buyer’s Premium, Discounted 2% for cash or check

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Double Sided Porcelain Sign


Rare 1908 Tin Coca-Cola Sign In Near Mint Condition


Numerous Tins



Numerous Advertising Boxes



Double Sided Colorful Sign






NCR Brass Cash Register & Rare NCR Cash Register Stand


HOWARD PARZOW, AUCTIONEER 301-351-6544 / 301-977-6741 / 301-208-8947 E-MAIL HPARZOW@AOL.COM WWW.PARZOWAUCTIONS.COM Numerous Metal Signs

Tin Sign

Related Soda Fountain Items

Coca-Cola Tin Sign

1 Of 4 Slot Machines

Original Pepsi Folding Wooden Chairs

Coca-Cola Clock & Other Regulator Clocks

Colorful Sign


Numerous Coca-Cola Signs

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The Lifetime Collection of

Bob Evans

along with the Estate of Arthur Nelson & others. AT

Nearly 1,500 lots WITHOUT RESERVE November 4,5 & 6, 2011 Elwell Family Food Center Building Iowa State Fairgrounds Des Moines, IA

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Rare Poster Auction Takes Place On November 13 Previews Begin Friday, October 28 There will be a sale of November 13, (starting at 11 Poster Center in New York Rare Posters on Sunday, a.m.) at the International City. The eagerly anticipated auction - presented by Poster Auctions International - will include over 500 outstanding posters from here and across the world. There are many categories, periods, and price levels represented in the sale, i.e. there’s something for everyone. There’s also a selection of Books and (Continued on page 16)


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2011 9:00 A.M. To Be Sold At 125 Church Avenue, EPHRATA, LANCASTER CO. , PA

(turn off Main St. [Rt. 322] onto Church Ave.). Watch for sale arrows. MARBLE TOP TABLE, Cloverleaf Table, Nightstand, Nursing Rocker, Easel, Early Ship Oil Painting, Keller Print of Ephrata, Pictures & Frames, Early Radios, Wooden Speakers, Child’s Swing, Porcelain Signs, Iron & Metal Clocks. BEAR ITEMS incl., Large Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Poster, Early Children’s Books, German & other Figurines, Black Forest Thermometer, Tin & other Adv. Items, Steiff & other Stuffed Bears, Light with Leaded Glass plus other Bear Related Items; CHRISTMAS ITEMS incl., Early Decorations, Early Santas, Candy Containers, Celluloid Items, Peanut Butter Tumblers, Trees, etc.; Old Photos, BOOKS incl., 6 Vol. Set of Abe Lincoln, World’s Fair, 2 Vol. PA at Gettysburg, German, 1916 Iver Johnson plus others; Set of Advertising Cards with Baseball Theme, Lot of Local Advertising Items, RCA Victor Puzzle, Miniature Oil Lights, Goebel Collector’s Plates & Bird, Planters Peanuts Jar, Child’s Tea Set, Royal Doulton, Dog China Figurines, Pennsbury Pottery, Perfume Bottles, China & Pressed Glass, Wallpaper Box, Cookie Cutters, Butterprints, 25-Hole Candle Mold, Flax, Comb, Agate, Tin Patterns, Ice Cream Dippers, Set of Holmes & Edwards Flatware, Kitchen Utensils, HO Trains, BB Gun, Harmonicas, Straight Razors, Table Lights, Early Stuffed Animals, Records incl., Vogue Picture Records, Small Sandstone Trough, Marble Dated Stone JR Kessler 1881, Iron Railroad Coupler, Hand Tools plus loads of other items. Not Responsible For Accidents. Refreshments will be sold. Check for photos. RICH HARRY, AUCTIONEER, AU-002183L DARYL L. SHUPP, APP. AUCTIONEER, AA-018931

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WED., NOV. 2, 2011 AT 9:00 A.M. Sale To Be Held At Willow

Street Al Starr Building


Stad Brussel, Nationale Feesten van 1904, measures 47 /12 x 60 inches. Gouweloos, Brussel. This charming poster announces the many activities held in conjunction with a national holiday, including musical performances, cycling and boat races, juggling, magic shows, and a host of other exciting events. This striking poster contains high attention to detail rarely seen in lithography.


Food Served.

Enterline Auction Service LLC Robert L. Enterline (717) 872-1948 Auctioneer (AU-003690-L) Rick Jones (AU-003811-L)

Sale By Barbara Johnson S719086








Hubert Herkomer. French Line, Paris to New York, 1934. 24 1/2 x 40 inches. The third line of the text from the top – “When You Board Any French Line Ship You Step Right Into Paris Itself!” – explains the entire image.

2901 Willow Street Pike, Rt. 272 N behind Willow Street Fire Co., Lancaster Co.

Inspection: 3:30 P.M.


Start Time: 5:00 P.M.

LOCATION: Dallas, PA - 1⁄4 Mile S. of Rts. 415/309 Junction -- Turn off Rt. 309 onto Dorchester Dr. (between the Blue Hydrangea & Sunoco Gas Station), 300 yards up hill on right -- From I-81 take Exit 170B onto Rt. 309N - From Northeast Ext. (PA Turnpike) take Wilkes-Barre Exit 36 (mile marker 105), then left on Rt. 115 to 309N, follow signs to the Back Mountain/Dallas - at the 8th traffic light (on Rt. 309N), make a right onto Dorchester Dr. (Sunoco Gas Station on your right hand side), approx. 300 yards up hill on right. We Have Been Commissioned To Sell The Contents Of A Fabulous NE PA Estate!!! ANTIQUE FURNISHINGS - Incl. Lots Of Early Furniture Such As A Corner Cupboard, Deacon’s Bench, Butler’s Chest-of-Drawers, Jelly Cupboard, Dry Sink Cabinet, 2 Drawer Stand, Decorated Dower Or Blanket Chest, An Excellent Drop Front Desk w/Inlay, Chest-of-Drawers w/Paw Feet Plus More! OTHER FURNITURE - Incl. A Grandfather Clock w/Moon Phases Face, Stickley Bros. Cherry Server, Sideboard, Table w/Chairs, Sleigh Bed, Small Oak Icebox, 3 Door Bookcase, Bedroom Furnishings And Much More!!! STERLING SILVER - Incl. A Nice Set Of Flatware, Candelabras, Candleholders, Plates & Trays, Bowls & Dishes, Glass Pcs. w/Sterling Bases And More!!! Handmade PERSIAN RUGS - Incl. Room Size And Throw Or Area Size!!! ARTWORK - Incl. Original Art Such As Vintage Oil Paintings & Watercolors, Signed And Numbered Prints, Contemporary Art, Portraits, Harrison Fisher & Other Early 1900’s Prints, Nice Frames & Lots More!! BOOKS - Incl. Local Luzerne County History And Children’s Books. CHINA & GLASSWARE - Incl. Waterford Crystal, Cut Glass, Steuben, EAPG, Sterling Based Glassware, Art Glass, Fostoria, Ruby Cut To Clear, Beatrix Potter Bunnykins, Chinese Export, Sets Of China Incl. Limoges & Wedgwood Queensware, And Lots More!!! OTHER GREAT ESTATE MISC. ESTATE COLLECTIBLES - Incl. Sports Autographs (Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Boxers Graziano & Zale On One Photo, Bob Griese & More), Lamps And Lighting, Sleigh Bells, Early Decorated Hod Carrier, Apothecary Bottles, Kitchen Collectibles, Stoneware, Quilts Linens & Textiles, Music Boxes, Toys And So Much More!!! AUCTIONEER’S NOTE - This Is One Of The Most Well-Kept Estates Of Antiques & Collectibles We’ve Sold In A While!!! In Addition There Are Household Furnishings & Items, Barn Items Incl. Furniture Needing Some TLC, And Lots Of BOX AND TRAY LOTS All From One Prominent NE PA Estate!!! Don’t Miss This Auction, Mark Your Calendars Now!!! Antiques - Collectibles + Much More Check out our website: or for photos and details ID#2280 Travers Auction Barn: RH926 Travers Auction Company: AY97 Auctioneer: Steve Traver AU3367L Telephone - 570-674-2631 be patient 8 rings to voice mail!!! TERMS: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover. We will only accept checks if known to auction co. or w/bank letter guaranteeing the funds and if pre-approved before purchases are made. Statements made sale date take precedent over previously published info. Food/refreshments available. 10% Buyer’s Premium

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30 - 11:00 A.M. 660 Firehouse Road, GRANTVILLE, PA 17028

TRAINS - BEER TRAY COLLECTION - TOYS ADVERTISING - MILITARY - COCA-COLA 1930’s “Take Home A Carton” Drink Coca-Cola 19”x54” Metal Advertising Sign - Porcelain “Last Chance Garage” Round Pressed Steel Sign (original) - Mohawk Gasoline Metal Sign (original) - Rare Hand Painted Indian Chief on Tanned Buffalo Hide from the 1800’s (framed) - Rare Yuengling & Son Brewers & Bottlers Pottsville, PA 1908 Good Luck Framed Sign - Victory WWII Military Loan Sign with Eagle by Dean Cornwell - Large Antique Thermometer “Pollack, Wheeling, Stogies, Crown, Melo-Crowns and Experts” - 1920’s Structo Pressed Steel Stake Body Truck 22” with Rubber Tires 1920’s Structo Military Pressed Steel Truck 17” Long with Metal Wheels - Lionel Standard Gauge No. 2 - 390-E Train Set Red with Maroon Roofs, including Tender, No. 326, No. 327, No. 328 Cars in excellent condition - Lionel Standard Gauge No. 8 Train Set Tan with Maroon Roofs, including No. 332 Railway Mail, No. 339 Pullman, No. 339 Pullman, No. 341 Observation Cars in excellent condition - Lionel Standard Gauge 385E Engine & Tender with No. 309, No. 311, No. 312 Cars Lionel Standard No. 10E Green Engine - Lionel No. 10 Electric Engine - Lionel Standard No. 513 Orange Cattle Car - Lionel No. 512 Gondola - Lionel No. 512 Red Caboose - Lionel No. 520 Searchlight Car - Rare Lionel No. 516 Hopper Car (excellent) - No. 215 Green Tanker - No. 219 Crane Cars (2 different colors excellent) - Stephen Girard Standard Gauge No. 425, No. 425, No. 426 RePaint Train Cars - Athearn HO Gauge Conrail Special Edition Engine Set with GP50 Diesel Road 7686 Locomotive (1 of 150) and Philadelphia Switcher Division 9402 Engine (1 of 25) new in original box - German Bing Windup Engine & Tender - Arcade Cast-Iron Sedan & Fire Ladder Truck (originals) - Cast-Iron Santa Sleigh - Tonka No. 96 Pressed Steel Car Carrier (apple green) new in original box - Beer Tray Collection (some unique with earliest dated 1913) - Antique Brass Bar Beer Dispenser (rather large, and a great display item) reportedly from the Oldest Pub in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Vintage Stroh’s Neon Lighted Sign new in box - LA Beer Neon Sign (3 colors in working condition) - Stegmaier Round Wall Thermometer - Champale Lighted Advertising Sign - Duke Beer Counter Display - Rolling Rock Beer Tap Handle & Others - Corona Beer Pressed steel Sign Yuengling Lager and Black & Tan Metal Signs - Highspire Wooden Whiskey Box - Royal Crown Cola Vintage Cooler - 1940’s Arctic Ice Cream Serving Tray - Wolf’s Head Motor Oil Serving Tray Beautiful Original Stained Glass Lamps - Vintage Tin & Pressed Steel Signs - WWII Japanese Medical Kit in Original Wooden Case - U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC Satin Pillowcase - Harley-Davidson Motor Company Leather Case - WWI Wool Military Pants - WWII XLarge Military Chemical Suite - Vintage 48-Star U.S. Flags in 3 Sizes - Large Beanie Babies Collection - Vintage Toys including a Talking President Bush Doll NIB - Rare Archer Plastic Chrome Plated Space Car with Cannon and Spaceman - 1960’s Remote Control Go-Cart - 1950-60’s Windup Toys New-In-Boxes including Santa in Helicopter, Smoking Elephant Cigarette Dispenser & Others Vintage Tin Sand Bucket - Humpty Dumpty Whimsical S&P Set NIB - Matchbox Models of Yesteryear Collection Advertising Truck Collection - 1950’s Minister Deluxe Vintage Buick Convertibles and Hardtops, 1956 Thunderbird T-Bird Tin Cars, 1953 Corvette Tin Cars all New Old Stock in Boxes - Coca-Cola Delivery Trucks - Hot Wheels Cars - Doepke Wooldridge Earth Hauler 25” Pressed Steel Toy - Dinky Military Vehicle Collection - Robots - Courtland Crane - Ohio Art Carousel Wild Turkey Knife & Other Knives - Wyandotte & Other Trains - Tony Stewart NASCAR Collectibles - Cool Michael Jackson Sticker Sets - Ten Commandments Bracelet - Vintage Baseball Catcher’s Mask - Bundy 577 Clarinet in original case - 1940’s Old Crow Drink Master’s Cocktail Set in original box Vintage Ladies’ Clothing - 1940-60’s Lebanon Dog Tags - Antique “Between Ladies Legs” Nutcracker - Vintage Tin Party Horns & Clackers - Framed Gibson “Loners Road” Antique Print - Harrison 1894 Framed Cover Art - 1916 Cream Of Wheat Framed Negro Ad - Copper Fire Extinguisher - Dressers Selection of Toys and Small Novelty Items - Antique & Collectibles - Large selection of BOX LOTS accumulated from estates.

Auction is held Indoors - Bring your own Chair - Food & Drink on site. ID #4123)

Preview at 10 A.M. - Cash or Approved Check


Phone: (717)




S719317 (auctioneer

View Listing and Pictures at


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Blue Hen Auction Co.



5, 2011


Blue Hen Auction Gallery 1490 East Lebanon Rd., Large 19th Century American Eagle


Early American Silver Mug

Located in the Liberto Plaza on Route 10, Just 1 Mile from the Dover Air Force Base

Selling for the Estate of Thomas Clayton Frame Harrison of Dover, the Estate of Daniel Fox of Leipsic, Delaware & other Eastern Shore Estates & Collections Friday Evening - Starting at 4:00 P.M. With a Good Old-Fashioned Country Auction of 15+ Tables Stacked Full of Hand Selected Local Estate Items, Antiques, Collectables, Glassware, Crocks, Great Showcase Smalls, Artwork, Victorian China, Oil Lamps, Local Delaware Items, Postcards, Primitives, Costume Jewelry, Quilts, Oriental Rugs, Toys, Trains, Delaware Native American Artifacts, Longaberger® Baskets, CastIron Lawn Furniture, Oak, Victorian & Country Furniture - Starting at 6 P.M. with the 19th Century Library of Delaware Senator Thomas Clayton Including Many 18th & 19th C. Leather-Bound Books, Handwritten Law Book from T. Clayton, Letters, 18th C. Letters from Eleazer McComb (Member of Continental Congress from Dover), 19th C. Books & Early 19th C. Letters from Thomas Frame Esq. of Dover, Many Old Photos, Paper Ephemera, Old Handwritten Ledgers & More - Second Auctioneer - Starting at 7 P.M. Selling Coins & Old Currency, including Stacks of Silver Dollars including 1893-CC, Half Cents, Large Cents including 1795, Bust Halves, Large Groups of Silver U.S. Coins, Gold Coins, Scarce 19th C. U.S. Fractional Currency Shield, Obsolete Currency, Private Banknotes & More Followed by a Wonderful Estate Stamp Collection including Early U.S. Stamps, Airmail Stamps including Zeppelins, Canal Zones, Shanghai Stamps, Special Deliveries, Revenues, Thousands of First Day Covers, Many Stamp Albums & More.

19th Century U.S. Treasury Department Fractional Currency Shield

18th Century Delaware Saturday Session - Starting at 10 A.M. Silver Serving Spoons Period, Country & Victorian Furniture - 18th C. Walnut Chippendale Slant Front Desk, 18th C. Queen Anne Drop Leaf Table, Early 19th C. Bancroft Woodcock Hepplewhite Inlaid Card Table, 19th C. Walnut Hepplewhite Chest-of-Drawers, Early Feed Box with Original Paint, 2 Tall Case Grandfather Clocks, 19th C. Pine Pie Safe, 2 Softwood Jelly Cupboards, 19th C. Sussex County, Delaware Heart Pine Corner Cupboard, Eastern Shore Blanket Chest, 2 pc. Softwood Corner Cupboard, Early Cherry Slant Front Desk, 18th C. Queen Anne Side Chair, Nice Federal Drop Leaf Table with Carved Legs, Walnut Victorian Wardrobe, 5 Walnut Victorian Marble Top Tables, 2 Drawer Nightstand, 2 Very Fine Sheraton Style Bookcases, Mission Oak Desk, Victorian Chairs, Victorian Hanging Cupboard, Biggs Hepplewhite Style Dining Table, Biggs Dining Chairs & More, Original Artwork - Very Fine Oil Painting Lake Landscape by William Woodruff Gibbs (American 1821-1902), 19th C. Oil Painting of Colonial Political Meeting, Oil Painting of Mountain Lake by Stanley M. Arthurs (American 1877-1950), Watercolor Painting by Delaware Artist Jack Lewis of Pumpkin Patch, Watercolor Painting by Jack Lewis of North Shore of Leipsic River, Watercolor Painting of Sheep by Frank F. English (American 1854-1922), Landscape Oil Painting Signed Wayland, Pair of 19th C. Lancaster County, PA Portraits, Large 19th C. Landscape Oil Painting, Small 18th C. Oil Portrait of Woman, Other Oil Paintings, Watercolors, Lithographs & more. Fine Americana - Exceptional 18th C. Tri-fold Needlework Purse “Polly McComb” Dated 1763, Very Fine 19th C. Miniature Blanket Chest with Original Green Paint Delaware Origin, 19th C. Child-Size Heart Pine Blanket Chest Eastern Shore Origin, 1840’s Miniature Chest of Drawers with Provenance from Frederica, Del., Scarce Limited First Edition Book “The American Historical Scene” by Stanley M. Arthurs with Original Watercolor by Stanley Arthurs, Large 1813 Sampler, Fine 19th C. Oyster Bucket with Original Paint, Large 19th C. Figural Ceramic American Eagle, Large Group of Blue Decorated Stoneware, Scarce 19th C. Delmar, Delaware Decorated Store Crock, Wm. Hare Crocks, Historical Blue Staffordshire including Gilpin Mills Plate, Staffordshire Dogs & Figures, Spatterware, Early Mocha, Lot of Early Redware, Flow Blue China, Chinese Export Porcelain, Collection of Butterprints, Early Pipe Box, Candle Boxes, Mini Chests, Tea Caddies, Iron & Brass Taster Dated 1849, Nice Group of Decoys, Old Baskets, Fine Large 19th C. American Eagle, 19th C. Ships Wheel, 19th C. Cast-Iron Fire Mark, Label Under Glass Liquor Bottles, Old Toys, 19th C. Bisque Head Dolls, Cast-Iron Doorstops, Old Teddy Bear, Painted Game Board, Figural Brass Wall Sconces, Ford Model A Tire Display, R.S. Prussia Chocolate Set, Victorian Opalescent Glass, Victorian Bride’s Baskets, Water Sets, Cut to Clear Glass, Fine Pair of 19th C. Decorated French Porcelain Urns, Nice Old Basket Quilt, Old Transit, Gold Scales, Ship’s Compass, Old Coffee Grinders, Andirons, Gone with the Wind Lamps, Oil Lamps, Victorian Lighting, Weller Art Pottery Lamp, Fine 19th C. Dutch Staartklok, Inlaid Victorian Wall Clock, Shelf Clocks, Walnut Kitchen Clocks, Art Pottery, Hummel Figurines, Sheraton Mirrors, WWI Regimental Beer Stein, Many Royal Doulton Figurines, Oriental Rugs, Early Delaware, American & English Silver - Very Fine 18th C. American Silver Mug Signed “I.L,” Set of 3 18th C. Delaware Silver Serving Spoons by Bancroft Woodcock, Sets of Delaware Silver Spoons, Pair of Early 19th C. Silver Mugs with 19th Century Advertising Engraved Presentation from Matthew Kean of Dover, Very Fine Set of Brightcut Decorated Serving Spoons by Joseph Lownes of Philadelphia, Other Early Philadelphia Silver, Groups of Early Coin Silver Spoons, etc., Very Large Estate Group of Sterling Silver - including 4 pc. Stoneware Crock Stamped “Ellis & Elliott - Delmar, Delaware” Sterling Coffee & Tea Service, Large Sterling Centerpiece Bowl, Sterling Water Pitcher, Many Bowls & Trays, Service for 8 Sterling Flatware Set LaScala Pattern by Gorham, Wonderful Service for 12 Sterling Flatware Set Rose Pattern by Stieff, Lots More Rose Pattern Flatware by Stieff & Kirk, Stacks of Sterling Flatware Sold in Large Groups, Gold Wash Sterling Serving Pieces, Collection of Sterling Souvenir Spoons, Repousse Sterling & More Estate Jewelry - Over 30 Ladies’ and Men’s 14k & 18k Gold Rings in Various Settings w/Diamonds & Precious Gemstones, Fine Group of Mid 19th C. Gold Jewelry, Nice Collection of Native American & Mexican Silver Jewelry, 18k Gold Band Rings, Bracelets, Necklaces, Victorian Jewelry, 14k Gold Wristwatches, Rolex Lady’s Wristwatch, Very Fine 18th C. Swiss Ferge Fusee 18k Gold Pocket Watch, Fine Early 19th C. French Enameled 18k Gold Pocket Watch, Other 14k Pocket Watches, Groups of Scrap Gold, Vintage Costume Jewelry, Sterling Jewelry & More. Civil War Items & 19th Century Guns - including Very Fine Spencer Civil War Carbine, Starr Civil War Carbine, Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver, Colt Model 1849 Pocket Revolver, Sharps Pepperbox Pistol, Unusual Over/Under Percussion Pistol, Other Kent County Delaware Native Percussion Pistols, Scarce 1862 U.S. Passport for Richard Clayton Signed by W. Seward, Fine 19th C. Wostenholm/Sheffield IXL Bowie Knife, American Bannerstone 1864 Broadside Regimental Roster of 11th Mass. Battery, Civil War Saber Scabbards, 3 Vol. Scott’s Infantry Tactics & More. Exceptional Collection of Kent County Delaware Native American Items from the Hughes/Willis Collection - Including Thousands of Arrowheads, Spear Points, Stone Points, Bannerstones, Pottery Shards & More - Nice Navaho Woven Basket, Large Southwestern Blanket, Navaho Pot, Northeastern Baskets, Kachina Doll, Birch Bark Purse, Beadwork Bag & More. Special Mention - Estate Automobile - 1992 Buick Roadmaster with 48,000 Original Miles Be Sure to Visit our Website for Descriptions, Photos, Directions & Free Downloadable Catalog


Terms: Cash, Local Personal Check, Visa, MC, Discover Credit or Debit Cards, Out-of-State Personal Checks Accepted thru Tele-Check, Out-of-State Business Checks Must have Bank Letter of Credit. 13% Buyer’s Premium on All Items Sold, Discounted 3% for Payment by Cash, Check or Debit Card. No Sales Tax - No Internet Bidding - Absentee Bids Accepted 19th Century Oyster Bucket Original Paint

Preview: Thursday from 10 A.M. until 7 P.M., Friday from 10 A.M. until end of Friday Auction Session Doors open Saturday at 8 A.M. All Items Sold As-is, Where-is with No Expressed or Implied Warranties. Plenty of Free Parking - Hot Food & Refreshments Available

Blue Hen Auction Co. LLC

Phone 302-697-6096 / 302-228-0042

Early 19th Century Historical Staffordshire Plate “Gilpin’s Mills On The Brandywine Creek”

Colt Model 1860 Army Revolver

R.S. Prussia Porcelain Chocolate Set

19th Century Oil Painting On Canvas William Woodruff Gibbs (American 1821-1902)

Early 19th Century Mochaware

18th Century Tri-Fold Needlework Purse “Polly McComb - 1763”

19th Century Miniature Blanket Chest, Original Green Paint


19th Century French Porcelain Urns

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John Coker’s No-Reserve Auction Features Two Fresh, Long-Held Collections Of Toys, Lunchboxes And Folk Art John W. Coker is a “would go crazy Tennessee auctioneer betover.” ter known for his sales Coker ’s of fine and decorative 1,000-lot art, but when the October opportunity 29 to 30 arose to hanevent, dle two outwhich will standing toy be held at the company’s gallery near Lanier Meaders Knoxville, is 100 face jug, from a percent unreserved. collection of Southern pot“Whatever the high tery. John W. bid is, that’s what the Coker Auctions toy, lunchbox or folk art image. item will sell for,” Coker said. and lunchbox collections The Saturday, October 29 each from a collector of 40 session, which commences at plus years - he jumped at the 10 a.m. Eastern time, contains chance. More than 100 cardboard boxes later, Coker knew he had the makings of a terrific auction, and one that toy collectors

1954 ADCO metal Superman versus the robot lunchbox. John W. Coker Auctions image.




Smith-Miller pressed-steel and wood Coca-Cola delivery truck, complete with wood Coke crates. John W. Coker Auctions image.


CARNIVAL GLASS AUCTION FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 5:00 P.M. Columbia No. 1 Fire Department 137 South Front Street,

COLUMBIA, PA This collection is from the Daniel E. Nelson Estate and is the first day of the 2-day estate auction. We have over 280 lots of highly collectable Carnival glass. Whether you are an experienced collector or just getting started, there is plenty here for you.

Doors open for preview at 3:30 P.M.

more than 450 lots of toys and folk art from the collection of a prominent Eastern Tennessee businessman who began collecting in

Photos and descriptions at

Keller Auctioneers, LLC AY2116 1-800-KELLER2 653-8871 S717680

(Continued on page 16)


COMIC BOOKS, COINS & CURRENCY Will sell, for the Estate of Paul Scalia and others at GATEWAY GALLERY AUCTION located at 643 Kriner Rd.,

CHAMBERSBURG, PA 17202 on: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 AT 10 A.M. COINS/CURRENCY: Over (100) lots -- $250 face value in 90% silver; over (50) silver dollars; 1864 Columbus Chambersburg note; 1921 Harrison Waynesboro note; 1862 Shippensburg fractional note; modern commemoratives, key date coins & more. COMICS: (350) lots. Approx. 100,000 comics from the Estate of Paul Scalia, many early platinum copper age, many sets and obscure comics; Fantastic 4 #3 (modern); X-Men #31 (modern); Animal Mystic; Superman; Batman; autographed comics (Stan Lee & others); Star Trek; Star Wars; Brave & the Bold; Fantasy Masterpiece; war; westerns; sci-fi; adventure; detective; romance; many 1st editions; showcase #17; 1959 Superman’s Secret Code complete w/mailing box; many box & tray lots. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Will begin sale with coins at 10 A.M. followed by box & tray lots of comics at approx. 11:15 A.M. then onto cataloged comics. Remember, if you don’t look you’ll never know! Preview FRIDAY, Oct. 28 from 3 to 6 P.M. and sale day from 8 A.M. WWW.AUCTIONZIP.COM ID #1042 TERMS: Cash. Visa/MC/Discover accepted. Ten percent (10%) buyer’s premium. Statements made day of sale take precedence.

GATEWAY GALLERY AUCTION LLC Our Service is the Difference

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH, 2011 • 9:00 A.M. Located in the Village of KREAMER, PA

YORK DOLL, TOY, TEDDY BEAR Antique, Modern, Collectible

2011 Show & Sale



(Snyder County, 5 miles west of Selinsgrove, PA) just off Route 522 at the Kreamer Firehall. Follow auction signs of Rt. 522. PEANUT BUTTER GLASSES A large collection of Peanut Butter Glasses (475+) to include juice glasses, Iced Tea size; Dog glasses, flowered glasses and hard to find glasses. Full listing is at and use ID #3834. Auctioneers: Tim Kline, AU-002998-L Terms: Cash or check Middleburg, PA (570) 837-0280 ID required for bidder # Robert Leitzel, AU-002062-L Owners, Auctioneers, or Firehall are not responsible for accidents. Doors open at 7:30 A.M. for preview. Lunch stand provided

Andi Charkow Presents:

Show Times 10 A.M.-3:00 P.M. Admission $5.00 With Ad $4.00 Children Free

York Expo Center 334 Carlisle Avenue York, PA 17404

Early Bird Admission 9:00 A.M. $10.00


Sunday, November 6, 2011 Info Ron and Sue Funk 3045 W. Meadowview Drive Gordonville, PA 17529 (717) 687-8101 Eves.

Advance Registration Only 8 Ft. Tables Free Parking

NOTE: All Show Times 10:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. SHOW LOCATION: York Fairgrounds Old Main Building. Rt. 74 South Off Rt. 30 Early Bird 9:00 A.M. $10.00


Approx. 200 Tables

Vintage Clothing & Accessories Auction SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5, 2011 10:00 A.M. • Preview 8:30 A.M.


Sunday, October 30th, 2011

11:00 A.M.

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


17011 DIRECTIONS: Going North Or South On Route 15, Exit At Highland Park. Auction Is On Left Side Of Road.

Area’s Premier Auction House, Accepting Collection Of Antiques, Estates, And Quality Furnishings For Future Auction Phone For Free Consultation Check

w #1832 For Updated Photos

Phone 717-737-0000 TERMS: Cash, Visa/MasterCard, Checks. 12% BUYER’S PREMIUM (Discounted To 10% w/Check Or Cash). AUCTIONEER: Michael Costea AU-1759-L Telephone (717) 737-0000 S719346


Preview 11/4 2:00 - 7:00 P.M.

Horsham V.F.W. Post #9788 324 Sawmill Lane

HORSHAM, PA 19044 Hundreds Of Photos, Full Listing & Directions, Go To: Auctioneer ID #10685 TERMS: Announcements made day of sale take precedence of all printed material. 15% Buyer’s Premium. 5% discount for cash or approved PA check w/ photo ID. Credit Cards: MC, Visa or Discover. PA sales tax must be paid unless you hold a valid resale number and provide it to the cashier day of sale.


Andi Charkow AU005294 215-773-9176 Cell: 215-356-8413



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HIGHTSTOWN, NJ 08520 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH, 2011 AT 9:00 A.M. 278 Monmouth Street,

PREVIEW: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH 8:00 A.M.-? Great Asian Collection - Family Lived In The Orient In 1930’s, Bronze, Wood, Ivory, Porcelain, Soapstone, Coral, Etc., Good Selection Of Artwork From Vict. To Modern Oils, Prints, Etc., 11 Chandeliers Incl. Italian, Beaded, Crystal, Etc., Many Sets, Wall Sconces, Beaded, Brass, Mirrored, Lg. Amt. Of Clocks, Candelabras, Urns, Pedestals, Vict. Marble Busts & Italian Figures, Many Sets Of Dishes, Lenox Autumn, Limoges, Ginori, Rosenthal, English, Etc., 3 Mah-Jongg Sets, Fine Stemware, Royal Doulton, Hummels, Waterford, Baccarat, Furs, Good Selection Of Sterling & Vict. Overlay, Spoons, Vases, Perfumes, Etc., Toys, Dolls, Adver., Pr. Stuffed Pheasants, PRS, Lg. Dec. Urns, Ornated Mirrors & Frames, 4 Lg. Karastans, Many Throws, Mod. Orientals, Lg. Handmade Tapestry, Samovar, Nippon, Carnival, Cut, Flow Blue, Fine Selection Of China & Glass, Vict. - Modern, Lg. Oriental Curio & Dec. Cabinet, B&C Highboy, Vict. Table & Chairs, 9 Pc. Shield-Back Dining Room, Deco & French Provincial, Lg. Banded Dining Room Table, Grand Steck Piano, Modern, Chests, Bookcases, Tables, Files, Etc., 16 Cases Of Costume Jewelry, Many Sterling Lots, Our Usual Fine Selection Of Gold, Diamonds, Pearls, Cameos, Etc. Fine Platinum Watch, Vict. Drops, Lg. Rings, Exceptional & Diverse Auction. (Auctioneer ID #15106) For Photos, Descriptions. ALL ITEMS SOLD “AS-IS, WHERE-IS” 13% Buyer’s Premium With 3% Discount For Cash And Known Checks


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JOHN COKER’S (Continued from page 14)

the 1950s. Many of the toys were displayed at the consignor’s place of business; he always bought and never sold. A featured highlight is the vast collection of Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Cola advertising toys, many of them rare, early examples pictured in Petretti’s Coca-Cola Collectibles Price Guide. “There are more than 100 Handmade tableau consisting of a farmhouse, two-story barn, Coca-Cola toys, and all are outbuildings, split-rail fence and dozens of miniature accesdifferent,” said Coker. sories. John W. Coker Auctions image. “They’re across the board in Christmas productions and truck is included in the aucterms of manuwooden ones made during tion inventory. facturers The owner of the toys World War II. There are many Metalcraft, that I have never seen commented that the advertisS m i t h before.” (Continued on page 18) Miller, The consignor Buddy “L” recalled that the first and there are toy he ever owned many from was a Metalcraft foreign Shell Oil truck countries, complete with including wood barrels. S p a i n “My daddy paid (Paya), only one dollar Germany, maybe less - for Mexico that toy. It made and Italy. me appreciate the There are unusual, and that folalso speciallowed through in e d i t i o n Beany and Cecil vinyl lunch kit. my collecting,” John W. Coker Auctions image. he said. The

(Continued from page 12)

Periodicals related to antique posters in the sale. The International Poster Center is located at 601 West 26th Street, Suite 1370 (between 11th and 12th Avenues. Viewings before the sale will take place from Friday, October 28 to

Saturday, November 12; 9 to 5 Monday through Friday and 11 to 6, on Sundays. Those who cannot attend the New York auction in person, can take advantage of the rare offerings in the sale by bidding by mail, fax, phone, or Live on the Internet. To obtain a catalog, or to view these rare pieces online, visit (Continued from page 18)



Sunday, October 30 at 12 Noon 119 East Main Ave. (Rear), Myerstown, PA 17067 Trains Including G Scale, HO, Lionel; Movie Projectors - 16 & 35mm, Many Splicers, Movie Theatre Seats; Old Toys; Dolls, Etc. View Photos And Full Listing At ID#24325 Absentee bids always welcome! Consignments Wanted/On-Site Auctions Accepting Consignments Wed. 10-2 Prompt Consigner Payment After Auction. Call 717-270-4555 EMAAS - PA Licensed Auction House Lic.#AH001917 Lic. PA #AU002893L Serving You On-Site Or In-House! Parking In Rear Or Church Parking Lot




Myerstown Auction House • East Main Ave. Auction Service


Public Auction

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1, 2011 10:00 A.M.

REAL ESTATE FURNITURE ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES HUMMEL FIGURINES LOCATION: 257 Willow Street, Hummelstown, Dauphin County, Pa. From the square - south on Hanover St. to auction site at corner of Willow St. across from the Lower Dauphin High School. From Rt. 322 - exit onto Middletown Rd. and go north to property. Pa. House 4 pc. bedroom suite w/poster bed & wardrobe; oak high dry sink; large blanket chest; (3) marble top tables; spool canopy bed; mahogany dresser; 7 over 2 mahogany highboy; French style cedar chest; camelback trunk; round claw foot table; 5 pc. Berney Kent Coffy French style bedroom suite; high oak cylinder desk; oak bowfront china closet; Larkin desk w/ bookcase top; upholstered sofas & chairs; Hitchcock rocker and elec. sewing machine w/cabinet. 15+ Hummel figurines including large umbrella boy & girl (some w/early marks); Gone with the Wind lamps; new quilts; leaded shade lamp; costume jewelry; hanging lamp; (30+) head vases (various styles & sizes); 14 pc. Hummel Nativity set; Santa Claus figurines; cast-iron dogs and doorstops; Goebel birds; (20+) dolls; Easter eggs; Shawnee pitchers; Pantry Parade tomato tea set; Bennington; Adams plates; circus horses; ceramic angels; milk glass dresser set; lots of wooden carved figurines; Anri figurines; lady bust figurines; floor lamp and many other unlisted items - very partial listing - real clean merchandise. Real estate: 3 bedroom split rock ranch style house on corner lot. Excellent condition. Offered with a reserve at 12:00 noon. PREVIEW: 8:00 auction day. TERMS: cash/check/credit card - 3% buyer’s premium waived w/payment by cash or check. Announcements auction day take precedence over any previous printed or oral information. AUCTION ORDER: 10:00 mixture of small items - 12:00 real estate - furniture - balance of small items. Food and toilet facilities. October 25 auction: 10:00 a.m. antiques, collectibles and furniture. Check website for more details & pictures.



2051 HORSEHOE PIKE ANNVILLE, PA 17003-8850 (717) 867-1809


Auction for Winifred L. Walters Estate E-mail:


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Smithey’s Funwood Auction 126 Citty Store Road,

REIDSVILLE, NC 27320 Pistols: Browning, Ruger, Taurus, German Erma Luger, S&W, Colt, 22’s, 380’s, 9mm, 32’s, 357’s, 45’s Shotguns: 1⁄2 Dozen Parkers, 20 & 12 Ga., 1⁄2 Dozen Fox Sterlingworths, AH Fox Double Barrel, Browning Sweet 16, LC Smith Trap, Parker DH Vickers Steel Barrels, Winchester Model 12 Ga. Skeet, Remington 1100 Lite Weight 410, Winchester Model 12 30" 20 Ga., Remington 870 Express, Remington 870 Wing Master, Stevens 240 O/U 410, Savage 242 O/U 410, Charles Daly Grade II 410, Stevens 311H 410, Crescent Feather Lite Copy Of LC Smith 20 Ga. 30", Lefever Nitro Deluxe 20 Ga., Winchester Model 12 Trap 12 Ga., LC Smith 20 Ga., & Many More! Rifles: Browning Grade 4 Lever Action 22, Marlin 39A 22, Marlin 39 “Perch Belly” 22, Winchester 64A 30-30, Winchester 22 Hornet, Savage 17, Marlin 717 Very Rare!, Johnson-Tucker 30 Carbine Converted To 22, Belgium Heavy Target 45 MZ, NEF 308.

View Pictures And Listing At ID #5204 Terms: Cash Or Good Check w/2 Forms Of ID, 10% Buyer’s Premium, All Guns Must Be Picked Up At Reidsville Sporting Arms Unless You Are A FFL Dealer. $15 First Gun & $5 Each Addl. Transfer Fee Will Be Charged.

336-344-8400 Kenneth Smithey Auctioneer NCAL #8082

6-foot-long Leland McNamee’s Minstrels poster, bright and colorful. John W. Coker Auctions image.


Von Rhine Auction Service

PUBLIC ANTIQUE AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2011, 9:00 A.M. Elks Lodge of Millville

1815 E. Broad Street,


This Sale Features the Estate of Longtime Newport Resident, Dr. Emma Allen … Also includes Partial Estates from Bridgeton, Millville, Fairton, Cherry Hill: A Wide Range of Quality Antiques - Furniture - Advertising - Collectibles, Being Sold With No Reserve.

Highlights of The Sale *** This is ONLY a Partial Listing! **A Very Good Sale** Plan On A Long Day** Furniture: 1800’s Pine 2 Pc. Stepback Cupboard, MT Vict. Tables, Oak: Bookcase, China Closet, Linen Press, Clothes Tree, Wall Telephone; Spindle Back Settee, Vict. Magazine Wall Rack, Needlepoint Footstools, Pine Blanket Chest, Vict. Twisted Wire Plant Stand (rough), Benches, Plantation Desk, 2 Mahog. Sec. Desks, Cottage Dresser w/Mirror, Empire Bookcase, Coats Spool Cabinet, Organ Stool; Contemporary Sleigh Bed, Lincoln Rocker, Fern Stand, 2 Depression Bedroom Sets, Mahogany Card Table, Mahogany China Cabinet, End Tables, Camelback Sofa, Deco Porcelain Top Table, Primitives & Country Collectibles: Mustard Painted Doll Cradle, Grain Measures, Wood Bowls, Cutting Boards, Slipware Plate, Blue Spongeware Pitcher, Yellowware, Blue Dec. Crocks, Eel Gig, Old Fishing Lures & Reels, Quilts, Braided & Rag Rugs, Quilt Rack, Ware Rocker, Ware Slat Chair, Sleigh Bells, Early Andirons, Folky Orange & Black Table, Stools, Wrought Iron Clam Rake; Trammels, Cast-Iron Waffle Iron, Collection of 40+ Local Oyster Tins Including: Peterson, George McConnell, Reed & Reed, Port Norris, Bivalve, Dennisville, Robbins Bros. Coast Packed, Lighthouse-Tuckerton, Fowler’s - Leesburg Chesapeake Bay & More; 1940’s Sea King 5.5 HP Outboard Motor, Glassware & Pottery: Majolica, EAPG 48 Pc. Frosted Lion, Syrup Pat. Dated Jul. 16, 1872, Pulled Feather Durand Plate w/Bridgeton Roses, Signed Tiffany Large Bowl, Ironstone, Vict. Condiment Set, Nippon, English Bone China, Flow Blue, S&P Collection, Hummels/Goebels, Signed Northwood Carnival Bowl, Bisque & Porcelain Figurines, Cut Glass Pitcher & Tumblers, Other Cut Glass, 25 Pc. Copeland Spode Dinnerware “Camilla” Pattern, 60+ Pc. Partial Limoges Dinner Service (2 Sets Combined), Pitcher & Bowl Set; Store Jars/Apothecary Jars, 88 Pcs. Of Noritake Dinner Set, Cambridge, 1939 NYWF Teapot, Watt Pitcher, Advertising & Toys: Advertising Tins; Kilgore Invincible Cap Gun; Buzz Barton Air Gun; Newport, Cedarville, Millville Thermometers/Calendars /Memorabilia; Mustard Painted Doll Cradle, Early Child’s Ironstone Dishes w/Metal Knives & Forks, “Matches” Wood Crate, Child’s Drop Leaf Table; 100s of Hot Wheels, Matchbox, Nylint, Ertl Tractors, Tonka, G.I. Joe & Action Figures, Boxes of Toys From The 70’s & 80’s; 1950’s Composition Bride Doll, 3-Faced Baby Doll, Black Americana Folk Art Sock Doll, Accessories & Miscellaneous: Antique, Collectible & Costume Jewelry; Gold Pocket Watches, Sterling; Early Halloween Costumes & Decorations; 1800’s Surgical Implements in Wood Box, Microscope & Early Medical Slides, Old Lab Coats, Early Christmas Items, Aluminum Pom Pom Tree in Box, Vict. Ladies’ Black & White Leather Hi-Top Shoes, 1920’s 2 pc. Bathing Suit, Linens, Student Lamp, Sev. Oriental Rugs, 2 Karastan Rugs - 8’6”x12’, 1 Karastan - 6’x9’6”, Vanity & Dresser Items (Celluloid & Porcelain), Ivory Beaded Necklace & Ivory Fan in Glass Top Box; Oil Lamps; J.E. Caldwell Sterling Sugar & Creamer; Sterling Candleholders, Misc. Pcs.; Banjo Clock; Wallace Sterling Flatware, Books & Ephemera: Old Books - General Interest/Historical/Romance, etc., Old Children’s Books, Genealogy, Lots of Paper Goods to Sort Through, Lots of Early Documentation Collected By Family re: Newport. Fortescue Downe Twp, Cedarville, Etc. Paintings & Prints: Wallace Nuttings, Large Assortment of Prints & Frames, Oyster Schooners (Framed), Art Nouveau Print “Niagara” Original Frame, Of Special Interest: Great 20” Pair of Glazed Terra-cotta Owls on Stands; Allen & Thurber Pepper Gun Pat 1874; Rare 1600’s Matchlock Rifle - Japanese Decorated Barrel & Stock - All Original Condition; Miniature Glass Vessels Hand-Blown By L. Newcomb of Leesburg, NJ; Tools: Sandblasting Cabinet, Electric Welder, Air Tank, Shaper Table w/Extra Bits, Jointer/Planer, Tabletop Drill Press, Lots of Hand Tools & Garden Tools. Auctioneer’s Notes: This auction offers a diverse variety of antiques, collectibles, furniture, table & box lots, and much, much more. Something of interest for Everyone! You will not be disappointed! All Items Must be Removed the Day of Sale. All Items are Sold AS-IS/WHERE-IS with No Warranties or Guarantees Implied. Preview NOW on - Auctioneer ID#8195 For 100s of Photos & Updates PREVIEW SALE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH - 7 A.M. TO 9 A.M. NOTE: Sale Starting at 9:00 A.M. (A Lot Of Good Box Lots)

Auctioneer: Carl von Rhine

Phone: 856-785-1026 or 856-906-1895

Sale Held Indoors With Heat - - - Rain or Shine Good Food & Refreshments Available Saturday by The Elks Lodge Terms: Cash Preferred, New Jersey checks accepted with Proper ID, Out-of-State checks must be approved prior to sale, or be accompanied by a Current Bank Letter of Credit. 10% Buyer’s Premium, 7% Sales Tax unless Exempt & Must have a Copy of Your NJ Resale Number and File a ST-3 or ST-3NR Form. Directions: From Philadelphia: 42 East (North) to Rt. 55 South to Exit 24 (Rt 49 - Lots of Construction Going on At That Ramp), bear right at end of exit, at next traffic light turn right onto Wade Blvd., 1⁄2 mile to next traffic light, turn right onto Broad St., Lodge is 1⁄4 mi. on right. From Cape May & Shore Points: Rt. 47 N. to Rt. 55, take Exit 24. Turn left onto Rt 49 at 2nd. traffic light turn right onto Wade Blvd., 1⁄2 mile to next traffic light, turn right onto Broad St., Lodge is 1⁄4 mile on right. From Delaware: Take Rt. 49 East, through Millville to Wade Blvd. Turn Left on to Wade Blvd., 1⁄2 mile next traffic light, turn right onto Broad St., Lodge is 1⁄4 mile on right.





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IMPORTANT TOY, FOLK ART & LUNCH BOX AUCTION 1960’s Tigre Spanish Delivery Truck

1950’s Steel Coca-Cola Delivery Truck 1931 Coca-Cola Metal Wheel Truck

Marx Coca-Cola Delivery Truck



Folk Art 1930’s Handmade Frog Figurine

SUNDAY, OCT. 30 AT 1:00 P.M.

Toy Circus Animal Wagon, Handmade

1956 Friction Coca-Cola Truck & Original Box

Cleater & Billie Meaders Grape & Snake Jug TWA 1961 Ford Friction Car

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Cast-Iron Overland Circus Coach With Musicians

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Buddy L Steel Coca-Cola Delivery Truck

David Meaders 1987 Folk Art Jug

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Lanier Meaders Large Pottery Jug

Ringling Bros. Circus Banner

Hollis M. Gresham’s Folk Art Farm Hand-Carved

Chester Hewell Double Sided Devil Face Jug

Lanier Meaders Face Jug Barbie Black Vinyl Lanier Meaders 1995 Pottery Candlestick

Carter The Great Poster

Zorro (Black Sky) Bachelder Arts & Crafts Pottery Vase

Peter Rose Folk Art Pottery Fantasy Animal

Cast-Iron Overland Circus Coach

Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus Toy Tent Side

Matchstick Folk Art Sailing Ship In Box

Metalcraft Shell Oil Delivery Truck

Smith-Miller Coca-Cola Delivery Truck

Smith-Miller Wood & Steel Coca-Cola Truck

Large Adult 1940’s To 50’s Tricycle

Merita & Rainbow Bread Old Store Doors

LeLand McNamee’s Minstrels Poster

Toy Circus Tent Wagon Handmade R. Leftwich Face Jug

Folk Art Carved Alligator Gigi PInk Vinyl

Brave Eagle

Bread Dome Box Pop Art

Go Go Red Vinyl Brunch

Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Double R Bar Ranch


Lunch ‘n Munch

Porky’s Lunch Wagon Dome Top

Beany & Cecil Red Vinyl


Captain Kangaroo


Roy Rogers Saddlebag Brown

Schuco Grand Prix Racer

Tom Corbett Space Cadet

The Pussycats Red Vinyl



The Faithful Groom Cast-Iron Lawn Jockey

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ing trucks in the collection have never been polished, waxed or restored. “I kept them as original as possible, in “as-found” condition,” he said. “Most of them have 85 percent or more of their original paint.”

The consignor’s brotherin-law once worked for Lionel, and through that connection, the collector was able to acquire several coveted train sets, including a rare Coca-Cola set and another branded for Ford Motor Co. that was available only to employees. Additionally, there are

die-cast advertising toys, two matchstick ships and a carved Noah’s Ark with figures. A rustic log farmhouse that took 10 years to make is so highly detailed, it even includes a gun over the mantel and a dog on the porch. It opens up and is accompanied by many additional accessories and (Continued on page 19)


Street Al Starr Building


2901 Willow Street Pike, Rt. 272 N behind Willow Street Fire Co., Lancaster Co.

Food Served.

Enterline Auction Service LLC Robert L. Enterline (717) 872-1948 Auctioneer (AU-003690-L) Rick Jones (AU-003811-L)

POSTER AUCTION (Continued from page 16)

gallery at (212) 787-4000. Below: Bicycle poster. Favor,

www. 1937. 62 x 46 5/8 inches. Email them at info@poster- Paris. A fine Art Deco design.; or phone the

SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5TH - 4:00 P.M. ANTIQUES - ROSEVILLE - GUNS - DISHES - CAR - ETC. Located at Haar’s Auction, 185 Logan Rd. (Rt. 15),


ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Dry Sink; Oak Washstand; Pie safe; potty; Treadle Sewing Machine; Oak Buffet; Mahogany Sectional Bookcase; Oak Chest-of-Drawers; Painted blanket chest; Mahogany Secretary Desk; 8 pc. Mahogany Dining Room Suite; Empire Chest; Maple Bedroom Suite; Barrel Butter churn on stand; Quilt rack; 1953 Coke Machine (refurbished); GUNS: J. Stevens mdl. 35 SS 22 cal. (octagon & rd. barrel) Columbia Ejector Mdl. 1895 12 ga. shotgun. Columbia Arms Co, pat. Oct. 2 ,1894 - Aug, 11, 1898, O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc., New Haven Conn. Mdl. 185D-C 20 ga. shotgun, Wards Westernfield 93M - 390A 22 Short - Long - Long Rifle, Targetmaster Mdl. 510 22 Short, Long, Long Rifle by Remington Arms Company, Ilion, NY, Springfield Arms Company, Chicopee Falls, Mass. 20 ga. shotgun, engraved Barrel & Lug Forged In One Piece, H&R Arms Co., 12 ga. shotgun Pat. 20 & 27 1900, Pat. May 14, 1901; more coming, check website; STONEWARE: Cowden Crocks; Cowden Blue Stenciled Jug; bowl pitcher; water-cooler; Marshall Pottery crock; Ruckels crock; Spongeware soap dish; Yellowware bowls; Rockingham glaze pitchers; spittoon; Redware; glass butter churns; egg basket; milk bottles; Enamelware; Lanterns; Rayo Lamps; oil lamps; sadirons; Advertising tins (Spice, Medical, Tobacco, Shoe Polish, etc.); cut/ pressed glass; Depression; Majolica; Galvanized water can; pitcher/bowl; quilts; linens; doilies; aprons; Pyrex bowls; ice cream scoops (Gilchrist, Myers, Indestructo); kitchen utensils; Hair receiver collection; Lenox; transferware; Nippon; Noritake; Fenton; Fiesta; Art Pottery; Roseville (approx. 15 pcs., Pine Cone, Baneda, Columbine, Falline, Sunflower, Water Lily, White Rose, Snowberry, etc.); Burley Winter; Robinson Ransbottom; Gondar; Weller; opalescent vases; Wallace Nutting prints; clocks; Coke items; Canes/walking sticks; Flue covers; VINTAGE TOYS: Train sets; still banks; puzzles; celluloid animals; drum; noisemakers; Plasticville; Mickey Mouse Big Little book; JEWELRY: Watches; cameos; gold, Sterling, Costume. CAR: 1997 Camaro RS w/46K miles, SHARP. NOTE: Only a partial listing. Terms: Cash or Good PA Check. Bring your chair and spend the evening, Restaurant & Doors open at 3:00 P.M. CAR AT 6; GUNS AT 6:30 P.M. AH000010L,


Sale To Be Held At Willow


Sale By Andrea McDonald

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a snake, leaves and grapes; and 20 to 25 face jugs, includ(Continued from page 18) ing around five from the outbuildings. fabled Medders family of potThe consignor explained ters. Other noteworthy items that many of his best pieces include two Nipper “His purchased over some 40 years Master’s Voice” chalk figures, came from Northern or and a 6-foot-high Leland Eastern dealers who traveled McNamee’s Minstrels poster. to the Mt. Dora show in The Sunday, October 30 Florida to escape winter session features approximately 360 lunchboxes, 30 plus loose Thermoses - some quite scarce and desirable - and box lots of Thermoses and lids. The lunchbox collection came from the estate of a man who collected from the time he was 15 until the day of his passing last fall. “His collection reflected pleasant memories of the lunches his mother packed for him when he was a boy,” Coker said. “His family owned a grocery store that m a d e local Captain Kangaroo lunchbox and Thermos. John W. Coker delivAuctions image. eries, a n d h i s mothWehrly’s Auction er, who Service Inc. worked at the 4067 Snyder Road, GLEN ROCK, PA 17327 store, was an excellent cook. She would WEHRLY’S GUN AUCTION SERVICE IS NOW ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS Exquisite Meaders family FOR OUR 2012!! GUN AUCTIONS Southern pottery jug with GUNS, AMMO, KNIVES, SWORDS, MOUNTS, applied snake, grapes-andleaves motif. John W. Coker SCOPES, PICTURES, RELOADING & RELATED ITEMS


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AT 8:00 A.M. John Cordrey Selling under the big-top the entire contents to include: Antique furniture & accessories, quality reproduction & patio furniture; period kitchenware; original artworks; sterling silver; porcelain & china; fireplace accessories; period cooking utensils; reproduction redware; brassware; German bride’s boxes; frakturs; weathervanes; books; jewelry, and much more! Order of sale to be determined by the preview.


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fix unbelievable sandwiches for the children, and opening their lunchboxes at school each day was an eagerly anticipated event.” In his adult life, the collector traveled to shows far and wide, searching for lunchboxes. He bought metal, vinyl and plastic lunchboxes; and brunch bags, and he favored those that depicted robots/space, Western scenes and TV series of the 1950s and 1960s. “There are many very rare lunchboxes in this collection, and they’re in absolutely beautiful condition,” said Coker. Among the highlights: Captain Kangaroo, Beany and Cecil, three or four Tom Corbett Space Cadet boxes in

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EARLY TOYS & BANKS: Morrison Rice Tin Toy Wagon Pulled By Wooden Rooster, Japan Windup Tin Toys, Repro Book Of Knowledge Eagle Bank, Tin Airplane, J. Chein Musical Cathedral Tin Bank (MINT), Tin Mechanical Monkey Bank, Tin V For Victory Bank, Chalk Bomb The Axis Bank, Tank Bank w/Original Paper, Savings Bonds Banks, Glass Tank, Glass Pittsburgh Paints Log Cabin Bank, Dr. Dolittle Giraffe In Box. CAST BRASS RAILROAD BELL: Enola Yards ? 85 Lbs. JEWELRY: 14k Gold Locket Pinback w/Teardrop, Costume. COLLECTIBLES: Early Christmas & Easter, Halloween Noisemaker, Early Kitchen & Tinware, Lighters, 1937 Tin Hunting License Co. 49, Whiting Davis Mesh Purse, New England Mantel Clock, Sterling SaltPeppers & Candlesticks, Advertising Tins, Conn Trumpet In Case, Disney Figures, Swiss Music Boxes, Telefunken Speakers, Crosley Radio, Double Sided Elec. Marlboro Clock, Precious Moments. GLASSWARE: Early Salt & Peppers, Imperial Water Set, Carnival Glass, Glass Baskets, Lenox Snowmen, 1940-50-60’s Glassware, Royal Court China “Sharon,” Bone China Cups & Saucers, Johnson Bros. Friendly Village, Pyrex, Depression. POTTERY: Weller Donatello Low Round Bowl, USA Owl Cookie Jar, Roseville, Yellowware Mixing Bowls, Cat Water Sprinkler, Rooster Cookie Jar. SHIRLEY TEMPLE DOLLS: 47” Dolls w/Sleepy Eyes/Open Mouth w/Teeth, 1973 Ideal MIB. TRAINS & MEMORABILIA: 027 Trains & Track, OH Lots Of Vintage Rolling Stock, Engines & Track, Railroad Ephemera/ Buttons/Pins/Tokens, Conrail Watch Fobs & Belt Buckles. EPHEMERA: 1886 Blue Jackets Of 61 By Willis Abbot, 1892 Abraham Lincoln Men Of War-Times, Big Little Books, Chandler, Train, War Books, Wood Postcard Albums, 2001 Ned Smith Posters. STAMPS: Many Albums Of Am. & Foreign Stamps. MOVIE POSTERS: 1977 Mae West, 1983 Shirley Temple, The Marx Bros. In Animal Crackers. ARCHITECTURAL ITEMS: Gingerbread Door Trim, Pillars, Doors. FURNITURE: NEW OAK: 2 Door Curio Cabinet, Claw Foot 2 Door Bookcase, Hooded Cradle, Lift Top Fold Out Jewelry Cabinet, Large 2 Door Lateral File Cabinet, Broyhill Highboy. ANTIQUE & USED FURNITURE: Oak Bowfront China Closet, Mahogany Dresser & Highboy, 3 Piece Tri-Bond Bedroom Suite, 3 Piece Bedroom Suite w/Twin Bed, Decorated Rocker, Windsor Rocker, Bookshelves & Small Stands, La-Z-Boy Lift Chair, Glass Top Metal Base Dining Table With 6 Uph. Chairs, Uph. Chaise, Wicker Trunk & Chair. BOX LOTS TO INCLUDE: Troy-Bilt 5 Hp. Chipper/Vac. - Selfpropelled w/Attachments (Like New), 36” Commercial Fan, Many Flats Of Costume Jewelry, Dorm-Size Refrigerator, Girl’s New Pink Huffy Bike w/Training Wheels, Train Accessories, Boxes Of Stamp Supplies, Tools, Upright Sweepers, Lamps, Cat & Rooster Figurine Collection, 33 LPs, Kitchen Items, Small Appliances, Books, Holiday, New Coleman Griddle, Cameras, Plastic Tubs. AWESOME AUCTION -- HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US !!!!! Coin List On Web Site.

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FURNITURE (12:00 NOON): Oak Sideboard; Washstand; Dresser & Mirror; Barrel Back Chairs; Mahogany End Tables; Cedar Chest; Bassett White Bedroom Set; Warden Brothers Dining Suite; Bamboo Table & Chair Set; Sofa; Thomasville Marble Dining Suite; Stepback Cupboard; Nesting Tables; Wingback Chairs; Rugs; Wardrobe; Writing Tables; Office Table & Chair & More! TOYS: Amos & Andy Car; GMC Promo Car - Cast; Zippo Monkey; Marx Tin Plane; Paper Dolls; Hot Wheels: Red Lines. Hopalong Cassidy Cowboy Outfit with Box; Bilt-EZ Building Blocks; Dick Tracy Cars; Gene Autry Guitar; Mickey Mouse Drummer; Board Games: Cabby, 1954 Superman, Buck Rogers, Formula 1, L’il Orphan Annie & More! GI Joes; View-Master; Key Wind Crane; Planet of the Apes Figurines; Pressed Steel: Dump Trucks, Smith Miller, Tonka, Structo; Tin German Steam Ship; Hubley Drop Top Car; Dolls: Incl. Ideal Dough Boy, Boudoir; Mickey Mouse Record Player; Japan Tin: Electro Mobile, Ford Mustang Stunt Car, 2 Robots, Jukebox. COLLECTIBLES: Dazey Churn w/Decal; Spode Christmas Dinnerware; Confederate Loan Bond; Depression Glass; Fiesta Cookie Jar; Roseville; Hull; 7 Railroad Lanterns; Lladro Figurine; Children’s Books incl. Pop-Up; Children’s Dishes incl. Mickey Mouse; Mandolin; Frostie & Hires Thermometers; Wedgwood; Cameras Incl. Pentax, Minolta DS-16; Griswold; Ephemera; Elvis & Beatles Records; Lenox; Nippon; Large Cat’s-Meow Collection; Hercules Plane; White Sox Miniature Bat. ART 150+ PCS!!! Artwork incl. Paintings & Prints Antique & Modern; Collector Guilds Prints incl.: P. Hurd; S. Dali; G. Rouault; M. Corita; Chagall; Currier & Ives; J. Willow Smith; D. Swann; Miro; Atkinson Fox; Seban Photo; Maxfield Parrish Figure; Kentucky Derby by Kline; O. Borrani Giclee; G. Capozzoli; H. Fischer; J. Friedlandra; W. Smyson; Many Many More! CLOCKS: German Tall Case; Pressed Oak Kitchen; Wall & Mantel Clocks; Regulator; VSF & G Building Clocks; Character Clocks incl. Davy Crockett. HOUSEHOLD: Samsung TV; Weed Whackers; Birdbath; Oreck Vac.; Mantis; Crystal Stemware. David Cordier, Visit for photos & more details. AU005321 Directions: From Market St., go north on N. 21st St., take next left onto Walnut St. to the Camp Hill Municipal Building. Watch for signs. 717-731-8662 10% Buyer’s Premium. Terms: Cash, PA check, VISA, MasterCard. Out-of-state checks w/prior approval. Food concession by Taste of the Nations.




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JOHN COKER’S (Continued from page 19)

baby blue and red; five different Roy Rogers lunchboxes and many coveted dome-tops, including a Porky Pig model. An especially nice brunch bag promotes Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In. It is finished in

bright yellow and black, and emblazoned with the show’s best-known catch phrases. The rarest of all lunchboxes in the sale is the 1954 ADCO metal Superman box depicting the Man of Steel fighting an evil robot with eyes that can ignite anything in their path. With its colorful

graphics and superhero theme, it is considered the ultimate prize to lunchbox collectors. “There is so much to see in this sale. If I were a collector of toys or lunchboxes, I would make it my mission to view the contents of these collections, either in person or online,” said Coker. “Everyone loves fresh collections, and these are two of the freshest.” John W. Coker’s October 29 to 30 auction will take place at the Coker gallery at 1511 West Highway 11 East

Boxed Coca-Cola truck made for the Italian market. John W. Coker Auctions image.


Southern pottery jug, salamander and dragonfly design. John W. Coker Auctions image.

AT 10:30 AM



in New Market, Tennessee 37820. All forms of bidding will be available, including live via the Internet through Telephone (865) 475-5163, email john@antiques Visit Coker’s online at www.antiques

19341 CHESTER CO. 225 HENDRICKS AVE., ANTIQUE FURNITURE, GOLD & STERLING JEWELRY, MODERN ERA TRAINS Selling: Early Walnut Dovetailed Hooded Cradle, 7 Ft. Oak Bow Front Mirror Back Crystal Cabinet, Victorian Walnut Drop Leaf Table w/Ornate Base, Late Victorian Oak Extension Dining Table w/Center Leg & 2 Leaves, Small Oriental Decorated Bow Front Chest. Household Furniture: Oak Dinette Table w/4 Slat Back Chairs, Maple Dry Sink, Upright Cedar Closet, 2 Cedar Chests, 7 Drawer Lingerie Chest, Rock Maple Stand, Queen Size Oak Sleigh Bed. Trains: G Scale, 5 Engines (4) Steam (1) Diesel, Freight & Passenger Cars, Power Controller, Train Station, Watchman Tower, Water Tower, Set Of Lionel Trains 16630, Transformer, Track & More. Jewelry: Great Selection Of Gold And Sterling Necklaces, Rings, Earrings & Charms. Whiting Davis Amethyst Stone & Chain. Carolyn Pollock; Sincerely Southwest, Honora Collection, Catherine Popesco, Costume Jewelry & More. Approximately 100 Vintage Rooster & Hen Collection, Occupied Japan Doll Dishes, Brass Scottie Dog Stop, Mammy Bank, Cut & Pattern Glass, Red Rose Tea Bone China Cups & Saucers, Hummels, Sterling Candlesticks, Poppytrail Coffee Pot, Old Parrot Cast-Iron Bottle Opener, Ruby Glass Punch Bowl Set, Old Ruby Glass Souvenirs; Atlantic City, Sterling, PA, & Panter, PA , Collection Of Music Boxes Such As Disney, Glass & Christmas. Lenox Collectible Christmas Series & Much More. Please Note: Jewelry Will Be Sold At 11:00, Trains At 12:00 & Furniture 12:30. Go To For Photos. ID #9683 Terms: 10% Buyer’s Premium. Cash Or Check. Full Payment Day Of Sale. GEORGE H. WILSON, AUCTIONEER AU-001020-L

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FRIDAY DISCOVERY AUCTION UNCATALOGED AT 4:00 P.M.: Selling for Bob Greenwood of Massena, NY both days, will be: OVER 100 B&G Copenhagen plates including some RARE ones! Nice selection of trivets; silver plate; Victorian air pumps; rug beaters; butter molds; copper teapots; wooden rolling pins; choppers; Ford car oil lamp; driving goggles; large selection of black memorabilia; large cast-iron dinner bell; Selection of primitives; wicker fur back pack; fishing creel; Shawnee; art glass; Royal Albert; majolica; Charles Russell Indian prints; Depression glass; Red Goose shoe bank; Abraham Lincoln lithograph; several good pictures & prints; wooden fishing lures; old books; 1926 advertising calendar - Malone, NY; salt & pepper collection; HP china; oriental silk; flow blue; stretch glass; Puss-NBoots; transferware; Goebel; 8 Steiff animals; sandware; Sunkist reamer; sugar shaker; needlepoint hankies; egg cups; music boxes; Edison cylinder records; art glass compote; ice tongs tobacco chopper; leather chaps; celluloid dresser set; brass bells; wooden utensils; string of sleigh bells; binoculars; handcuffs; comb case; cast-iron doorstops; McCormick - Deering sharpener; branding iron; wooden batter pitcher - marked Canada; porcelainware; walking sticks; mannequins; whirligig, chalkware; tobacco cutter; hood ornaments - including 1940’s Packard; Advertising tins including peanut butter & tobacco; pewter; Scout hat; grinders; advertising thermometer, tea set; Toby mugs; with more to come. SATURDAY WILL BE A DISCOVERY AUCTION AT 8:30 A.M. WITH THE CATALOGED PORTION (OVER 500 LOTS) STARTING AT 10:00 A.M. DOORS WILL OPEN AT 7:30 A.M. Over 100 pcs. of Wave Crest; Nakara; over 80 pieces of RS Prussia; Victorian Rosebowl collection; Large cranberry & gold Delaware collection; EAPG; Steuben; Victorian glass; Limoges; Nippon; Dresden dolls all nice; Royal Doulton; Large oil on canvas Portrait; Edison cylinder music box; several great oil on canvas paintings; Oriental rugs; Collection of cut glass to include Hawkes - Libbey - Sinclair and others; Hawkes blue etched vase; Pairpoint; Moriage; Czech glass; EAPG; Moe Bridges table lamp; Slag lamp; John Andrea Oils and acrylics; England Staffordshire Dogs; Czech; EAPG; F&F Dayton Ohio plastics; Victorian glass; Royal Bayreuth; Bohemian glass; trumpet vases with prisms; Mosser glass; slag glass lamp; Roseville; Rookwood Victorian hand painted glass; and lots more. There are approximately 40 boxes to unpack for the Saturday Discovery auction. We do not know what is in those boxes yet. This will be a very large auction so keep watching the website. If we do not get all sold before 10:00 A.M. we will start the catalog portion on time at 10:00 A.M., and then after, restart the discovery items. Terms: Cash, GOOD Check, Visa MC Discover. 13% Buyer’s premium with a 3% discount for cash or checks. 2 forms of ID is required for checks if not known to us and a working phone number. Security cameras in use. All registrations are video taped. Please visit website for pictures and complete ad: or ID#24707

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Halloween Blotters - American Advertising Treasures by Roy Nuhn ephemera, Halloween blotOther businesses, among One of the wondrous ters have lately become very them gas stations and auto things about early 20th-cen- popular collectibles. repair shops, office suppliers, tury advertising blotters, Months-of-the-year sets and producers of household those miniature billboards offer the greatest source of goods of all kinds hoped they once handed out to customers All Hallows Eve blotters. would be saved with other by local stores and month blotters or used manufacturers of all throughout October; sorts of goods, is either way insuring their diversity. their advertising mesMany topicals can sage would remain in be found, including front of the consumer Uncle Sam, autofor a long time. mobiles, Disney Among the best characters, presiare the October issues dential, political of the many general and military. The stock sets done by artwork of many Lawson Wood showAmerican artists, Beloved 1930s and 1940s cartoon character casing the antics and such as Norman Gran’pop gazes into his crystal ball. Part of gen- shenanigans of his carRockwell and eral stock months-of-the-year set printed and sold toon creation, Vernon Grant, by important calendar maker Brown & Bigelow. Gran’pop, who was abounds. Nearly all of the October popular both in England and Also to be found are holi- entries in these many sets in this country. This rascally day themes - Easter, embody Halloween illustra- chimpanzee, with support Christmas and Santa Claus, tions. Some were given away from his pals, was always Mother’s Day and even the by merchants in late getting himself involved in long forgotten Sweetest Day. September or early October all kinds of situations. On the Finally, there are the many to coincide with the selling of October 1944 blotter, for blotters for Halloween. masks, costumes, greeting instance, Gran’pop is reading Offering the same motifs cards, party decorations and his crystal ball amidst a darkand traditional symbols deco- other items for celebrating ish Halloween background. rating most old-time and enjoying the holiday. A 1944 set of children






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scenes, the unsigned work of C. Twelvetrees and produced by giant printer Brown and Bigelow of Joliet, Illinois, as general stock merchandise, has a scene of two small boys setting up a prank at some unlucky neighbor’s house. The caption on this is a blend of seasonal ambiance and (Continued on page 23)

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FIREARMS: Steyr WWII Era M95 8mm Carbine, Russian Moisen Nagant 7.62x54 w/Laminated Stock, Model 1853 Enfield w/Snider Conversion, Browning BLR 308 Rifle w/Nikon Scope, Remington Mod 870 12 Ga. Shotgun, Winchester Mod. 37 20 Ga. Shotgun, Winchester Single Shot 22 Cal. Rifle, Remington Single Shot 22 Cal. Rifle, Interarms MK X 30-06 Bolt Action With Scope, Marlin Glenfield Mod 50 20 Ga. Shotgun, 303 British Enfield, Thompson Hawken 50 Cal. Flintlock Rifle, 44 Cal. Black Powder Cap And Ball Pistol, Ethan Allen Co. Dbl. Brl. Black Powder Pistol, U S Revolver Co .38 Cal. Breakopen Revolver, H&R 44 Cal. 5 Shot Revolver, Belgium 32 Cal. 5 Shot Folding Trigger Revolver, H&R 32 Cal. Breakopen Revolver, S&W Mod. 19 357 Combat Magnum, Cobra Derringer 32 Cal. Pistol, Phoenix Arms .25 Cal. Pistol And More! MILITARY: German And U.S. Military Patches, Pins, Medals, Etc., German Afrika Corps Field Cap, Unique Miniature German Hat, McClellan Style I D Dick, M.P. Armbands (Vietnam Era), Flare Gun, AK 47 Bayonet, Bayonet For Remington Rolling Block Rifle, Cetme Bayonet, C.W. Bayonet, WWII Trench Art Ashtray, (2) History Of The World War Books (1919), Military Hats, Uniform Pieces, Canteen, Photos And Postcards And More! FURNITURE: ANTIQUE: 3 Section Macey Barrister Bookcase, Carved Cedar Chest, Oak Grained 1 Drawer Desk And Oak Grained China Cabinet, 4 Piece 30’s Depression Bedroom Set, 6 Piece Walnut Bedroom Set, 30’s Lamp Table, 5 Piece Cherry Bedroom Set, Antique Leather Trunk With European Travel Stickers (Unique), Oak Buffet, Painted Oak Icebox (Needs Repair), Baker’s Cabinet, Cedar Chests, Trunks, Stands, Painted Dressers, Chests, Treadle Sewing Machines, Rockers, Side Chairs, Brass Bed, Tavern Tables And Lots More! MODERN: Ridgeway Grandfather Clock, Kincaid Cherry DR Table w/6 Chairs, Kincaid Server And Buffet, Leather And Uph. Sofas And Chairs, Contemp. Dinette Sets, Uph. Rocker/Recliner, Lingerie Chest, Jewelry Armoire, Tea Cart, Oak Lamp Table, Ent. Armoire, Dresser/Shelf Combo Unit, 3 Piece Set Cherry Coffee And End Tables, Slant Front Desk, Lighted Curio Cabinet, Pair Oriental Style M.T. Stands, H.M. Corner Cupboard, Broyhill Oak Coffee And End Tables, Bassett White Provincial Bedroom Set, Entertainment Centers, Bookshelf And Bookshelf Desk And Dresser Units, Rockers, Stands, Misc. Dressers, Chairs, Cabinets, Lamps And Much More! COINS AND CURRENCY: Silver Dollars, Silver Eagles, Silver Halves Incl. W. L. And Kennedy, 2 Books Of Silver Eagles (1986-2002- 20 Pcs. Each), 1 Troy Pound .999 Silver Eagle, 1990 $5,00 Gold American Eagle, Comm. Silver Dollars And Halves, US Mint Sets (86, 87, 89, 91, 91, 93) Rolls Of Presidential Dollar Coins, 17 Rolls World Reserve Buffalo Nickels, Over 65 Mint And Proof Sets, Comm. Coin Sets, I.H. Cents, Wheaties, Ike Dollar Proofs, 1867 3 Cent Piece, 1912 Barber Dime, 1860 I.H. Penny-Exc. Condition, 1907 5.00 Woodchopper Note, 1923 Lg. Size 1.00 Silver Cert. Few Lots Of Foreign Currency, Sheets Of Stamps (1940’s-50’s To Current) JEWELRY: 14K (Man’s Comfort Band, Emerald And Diamond Ring, Multi Gem Ring, Diamond Cut Band, Braided Twist Ring, Star Earrings) 10K (Diamond Ring, Fashion Ring, Bell Telephone Co Pioneers Ring, Tanzanite Ring, Class Ring), Sterling Rings With Various Stones (Including: Fire Opal, Black Onyx, Aquamarine, Topaz, Turquoise, Coral, Amethyst, Marcasite, Cz), 24" Sterling Necklace, Various Fashion Rings, Bracelets, Cuff Bracelets, Necklace, And Earring Sets, Cameo w/Diamond Pendant And Other Cameo Pieces, Titanium Set Of Rings, Titanium Men’s Band, Sterling Money Clip, Watches Including Pocket Watches, Turquoise Jewelry, Murano, Monet, Napier, And Lots Of Costume Jewelry. TOYS, DOLLS, ETC: Over 25 Lots Of Breyer Horses, Texaco Fire Chief Helmet In O/B, Texaco Toy Tanker In O/B, Sheet Metal Trucks, C I Black Powder Cannon, Tin Friction Vehicles, Slot Cars, Metal Figures And Vehicles, Die-Cast Vehicles, Board Games, Video Games, Superhero Figures, Toys, Models, And Lots More Dolls: Star Wars Dolls, Vintage And Holiday Barbies, Horsman And Porcelain And More! TRAINS: Lionel Marx And HO Trains And Accessories Inc.: Water Tower, Signals, Gates, Transformers, Track, Misc. Plasticville, Lionel 637 & 8213, 1120 & 6110 Engines, Various Rolling Stock, HO Engines, Cars And Trollies, Aurora N Scale Train Set In Box, G Scale Emmet Kelly Circus Train, Local Weaver O Scale Cars, Sears HO Set In O/B And Lots More! MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Stradivarius Copy Violin, Student Violin, Boombas (One Man Band), Trumpet, Zither, Lap Harp, Acoustic Guitars, 10 Piece Drum Set GLASSWARE AND CHINA: Blue Willow And Liberty Blue China, Dep. Glass, Art Glass, Belleek, Jadeite, Princess House, Crystal, Stangl, Roseville (Chips), Fenton, Lenox, Crackle Glass, McCoy, Lefton, Pottery Pieces, 2 Royal Doulton Figures, Red Wing Pottery Chef Cookie Jar, Hoosier Cupboard Jars, Vintage Piggy Banks, Planters, Jardinieres, Martini Set, Antique Milk Glass Dresser Pieces, Steins, Mugs And Assorted Glassware, Pyrex, Restaurant Ware And More! PRINTS: Our Usual Selection Of Artwork, Prints, Framed Sports Items, And Collectibles, Oils, Acrylics, Watercolor, Reverse Painting On Glass, Lithograph, Etc. COLLECTIBLES: Vintage Wooden Express Child’s Wagon, Crocks, Jugs, Bottles, Tins, Books, Hunting, Fishing, Lanterns, Radios, Clocks, Vintage Kitchen Utensils, Beer And Adv. Items, Phones, Car Items, Hood Ornaments, Oil Bottles, Vintage Atlantic Gas Pump (1950’s-60’s As-Is), Car Parts Incl. 64 Mustang Grille And Other Parts, Wood Crates Inc. Beer, Ammo, Soda, Milk, Dynamite, Etc., Coke Cooler, Comic Books, Albums, 45’s, 70’s And 80’s Teen Magazines, Sports Cards And Collectibles Include: Autog. Items By Mantle, Dimaggio, Aaron, Koufax, Williams, Postcards, Paper Ephemera, Magazines, Photos, Ledgers, Lighted Philco Adv. Sign (Approx 3'x4'), Vintage Reloading Items, Christmas And Holiday Items Include: Mr. Christmas Musicals, Holiday Barbies, Holiday Blow Molds, Motionettes, Lighted Yard Figures, Etc., Knives, Lighters, Marbles, Fishing Reels, Rods And Lures, Archery Bows, (2) Horse Saddles, Longaberger® Baskets, Souvenier Spoon Collection, Vintage Clothing Pieces, Doilies, Hankies, Quilts And More!!! TOOLS, LAWN AND GARDEN, APPLIANCES AND MISC: Toro 11 HP 32" Cut Snowblower w/Elec. Start, Craftsman 5.5 HP 24" Cut Snowblower, Craftsman (5 HP Chipper Shredder, Planer, Table Saw, Electric Blower, Buffer/Polisher, Bench Grinder, 10" Table Saw On Bench, Sawzall) Snapper Gas Blower, Delta Shopmaster Table Saw, Husky Mortar Mixer, Cordless Drill, 10 Gal. Shop Vac, Shop Vac Mulcher Attachment, Poulan And Toro Chainsaws, Pancake Air Compressor, Makita Drill, Ryobi Sander, 3 Speed Floor Dryer, Ryobi Scroll Saw, Work Mate, Vintage Little Giant Tap And Die Set, 2 Ironrite Machines, NAPA A/C Reclaiming Machine, Clayton Brake Washer, Kero Heaters, Legacy Vent Free Nat. Gas Heater, Rolls Of Wire Fencing, Engine Support Bar, Coats Air Jack, Truck Transmission Jack, Vintage Westinghouse Metal Floor Fan, Bikes, Vac. Cleaners, Sleds, Birdcages, 2 Antique Parlor Stoves, Wood Skis, Tires, Galv. Items, Chest Freezer, Dishwasher, G.E. Refer, Whirlpool Dorm Refer, Small Air Hockey Table, New E Zip Elec. Scooter, Flexible Flyer Sled, TV’s Stereos, All Types Small Kitchen Appliances, Religious Items, Metal Storage Cabinets, DVD Players, Microwaves, Nail Kegs With Nails, Vintage Metal Porch Chairs, Benches, Conc. Yard Statues, Lots Of Hand Tools, Air Tools, File Cabinets And So Much More! CHECK US OUT AT OUR SCHUYLKILL MALL LOCATION THURS., FRI., SAT. 12-8 OR SUNDAY 11-5 10% BUYER’S PREMIUM. GUN REGISTRATIONS DONE ON SITE

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Antiques & Collectibles - Artwork: Native American artifacts, statues & artwork; Prints & frames; Shadow box; Mirrors; Duck decoy; Wood carvings; Linens: Antique & modern quilts, quilt tops & wall hangings; Vintage clothing; Table linens; Political Items: Albums of pin-backs; Ribbons; Ephemera & posters; Perot train car; Longaberger® Baskets; lg. collection assorted baskets & collectibles; Jewelry: Vintage & costume jewelry; Omega wristwatch; Pocket watches; Pocketknives; Nazi patch & pin; Bridle rosettes; Books & Paper; Local histories; World’s Fair books; Trade cards; Cigar labels; Civil War soldier & other photos; Wall map; Newspapers, calendars & magazines; Travel & Auto - pictures, ephemera & postcards; Stamps & 1st day covers; Metalware: Tin ABC plate; Iron doorstops & bookends; Copper railroad torch; Brass birdcage; cookware & decoratives; Bayonet; Reproduction pewter; Silverplate tea set & serving ware; Collector spoons; Coca-Cola button sign; Table lights; China & Glassware - Ironstone, Goebel, Staffordshire, Liberty Blue, Wedgwood, Syracuse, Stangl, Franciscan, Occupied Japan, Lenox, Lefton, Luster, Noritake, German & Austrian china; Waterford, Fostoria, Carnival, Coin Spot, Opalescent, Depression, Ruby souvenir, Cut, Amethyst & Milk glass; Figural shakers; Toothpick holders & salt cellars; Bitters & embossed bottles; Kerosene lamps; Pottery: Yellowware molds; Umbrella stand; Stoneware steins, crocks & jugs; Majolica plate; McCoy & other cookie jars; Hull art vase; Pfaltzgraff; Toys - Die-Cast: Bank trucks & autos; Harley toys; Hubley cap gun; Penn Joy, Winross, & Ertl cars & trucks; Farm toys; Pressed metal: Gilbert Erector set; Structo trucks; Mechanical: Train sets (Marx, Lionel, tin windup) & train accessories, Dolls: Effanbee, Annalee & other collector dolls; Shirley Temple & other character dolls; dollhouse furniture; Rag doll & stuffed animals; Assorted Toys: Glass & metal figural banks; Pinball game; BB guns; Raggedy Ann desk set; Fisher-Price®; Board games; Hobbyhorse; Wagon; Tricycle; Lunch box; Lincoln Logs; Hess trucks; Household Goods - Sewing items (pincushions) & fabric; Christmas & Seasonal decoratives & ornaments; Dept. 56 buildings; Kitchen utensils & utensils; Elvis collectibles & videos; Avon items; Collector plates; Tools & Primitives - Tinware & Agateware; Steam gauge; Ice cream freezer & dippers; Ice picks; Advertising tins; Clothes trees; Galvanized buckets & watering cans; Woodenware: Checkerboard, barrel; bucket; Cheese press; Butter molds & prints; Crates; Tools: Ivory & wooden folding rule; Stepladders; Assorted hand tools; Craftsman toolbox; Fishing lures; Iron birdbath. * This is just a partial listing of items to be sold. No furniture will be sold in this sale. ** Preview: Friday, November 4, from 2 PM till 5 PM and Saturday, November 5, from 7 AM. Photos will be available on our Web site, On Friday, November 4 (PM) ***Schedule: Sale starts in the main auction hall at 9 AM with a second auctioneer starting in garage area w/ toos & box lots at 10 AM. Accepted Payments: Cash, PA checks, ORST AUCTS., AU1767L credit cards & debit cards. No out-ofstate checks without prior approval. Tel. (717) 738-3080 T. Glenn 3% Auction House fee will be added Fax (717) 738-2132 Timothy G. to all invoices and will be discounted Thomas A. “VOICES OF EXPERIENCE” to 0% when payment is made with T. Brent cash or approved check.

Delaware Octoberfest Train Show Toy Show


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POSTCARDS, POSTCARDS, POSTCARDSActively buying old postcards- albums, collections, etc. Top $$. Postage paid. Gary Ronk, 6247 Cove, Roanoke, VA 24019 540-562-2368.

Have Something to Sell? Looking For Something? Have a Service to Offer? Let us show you how to reach 60,000+ collectors & dealers in the EAST! Call Arlene in Classified Sales 717-492-2561 or 1-800-428-4211 x2561

ART- OLD OIL PAINTINGS wanted, any condition, New Hope School artists, PAFA artists, gold leaf frames and mirrors. 20 years experience. Immediate payment. Call 215-348-2500.





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LOUIS ICART ETCHINGS Bill Holland, 610-470-5925 or Renningers Sunday Antique Market, Booth A-53, Adamstown, PA 8am-1pm, email

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

1800-1970 SELL YOUR ANTIQUE TOYS, TRAINS, SPACE TOYS & ROBOTS FOR THE HIGHEST PRICE! No one will pay you higher for Tin Toy Collections! 856-547-5521

OCEAN LINER MEMORABILIA china, glassware, silver, paper, souvenirs, posters or models. Cunard, French Line, White Star Line, Italian Line, etc. 607-625-3947

ABSOLUTE HIGHEST CASH- old toy & model trains, Lionel, American Flyer, Ives, Standard & O Gage, whole collection or 1 piece, Tom Kaczor 267-243-2379.

TOP DOLLARS PAID for Carbide Cap Lamps, oil wick/ lard lamps, blasting cap tins, scatter tags, carbide lamp parts and small mining artifacts needed in my collection. Larry Click 703-241-3748 or email

ANTIQUE TOYS WANTED of every description. 1800’s-1950’s. One piece or collection. Write for free 3 page illustrated want list. Bruch, P.O. Box 121, Mountaintop, Pa 18707. Call toll-free 800-549-8697.

ALWAYS BUYING PHOTOGRAPHS, Archives, Albums, Snap-shots, Collections. Call Jim 800-872-9990. AMERICAN INDIAN OLDER Items, particularly pre-1940 pottery (which is typically unsigned) and baskets. I buy and sell. Please call Lou at 610-647-7198. ANTIQUE/ OLD GUNS WANTED Collector buys old muzzleloaders, pistols, shot guns, Kentucky rifles, knives, swords, hunting licenses & photos, animal traps, hand forged & bear traps, old ammo, antiques, military items. One piece or collections. House calls made. PO Box 83, New Tripoli, PA 18066, 610-298-3180. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS MANUALS Wanted most years and models. Also sales brochures, service manuals, etc. TMC Publications, 6308 Deer Park Rd., Reisterstown, MD 21136. 410-526-4495. AUTOMOBILES WANTED. LOOKING to buy old foreign cars, especially British. Will purchase in any condition, also buying parts. Call Ed, 856-816-7321. BEAUTIFUL VINTAGE CLOTHING 1800’s1950’s Men, women & children, hats, shoes, purses, jewelry, old frames & paintings, call Suzie at 610-913-7415 or Renningers Adamstown, door 65 on Sundays.

BOTTLES, OLD MILK containers from Jacob H. Rohrer (Spring Mead Farm, Lampeter, PA) or J.L. Swarr Jr. (Cedar Hill Dairy, RFD, Mount Joy, PA) Any size, any quality wanted, top dollar paid. Call Judy or Tom 717-653-6189. CARNIVAL, CIRCUS, FREAKS, Sideshow, Fairs, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, HUMMELS! HUMMELS! Get the Nude Photos, Fireworks, Pinups, Strippers, Burlesque, Auto Thrillshow. best prices for your Hummels, Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, Lladro & Swarovski Crystal by Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418.

calling John Rokicki 610-213-2361.

AUTO, TRUCK and Motorcycle: catalogs, brochures, manuals and any showroom related items. Ron Ladley, 210 Stone Rd., Barto, PA 19504, 610-584-1665.

MILITARY & SPORTING FIREARMS- all periods Wanted, Bucks Co. Collector will pay more for single items or collections. Call 215-340-9465 or email Will travel.

COMIC BOOK COLLECTIONS. Contact me for FREE Appraisals if you wish to sell your comics or just determine their current value. I’ll provide you honest recommendations based on three decades experience and will assure you receive the fairest and highest prices whether it’s 1 book or a 1,000. Call Ed 215-351-5392 or email

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FOR SALE: BOOK COLLECTION. Wide variety of subjects and dates, from mid-19th century to 1940’s. To be sold as a collection. Phone 717-625-4310

VINTAGE SHOWCASES, ELECTRIFIED 48’L frontloading, sliding glass doors, 7’ tall, ready for shop or collection, $2,800, Pottsville, 215-275-2365. OLD TELEPHONES OVER 85 different 1892-1979. Payphones, woodwalls, candlestick, kits, Danish, parts, refurbishingwiring, character phones. Payphone History Book $29.95. Free Catalog. 608-582-4124.

I BUY OLDER TOYS & TRAINS please call Marty 301-753-4959 CASH FOR 78 RPM records! Send $2 (refundable) for illustrated booklet identifying collectible labels, numbers, actual prices paid. Docks, PO Box 780218, San Antonio, TX 78278-0218. GUITARS, VIOLINS, MANDOLINS, banjos, early brass & woodwinds. We buy, sell, & appraise. In business since 1974. Vintage Instruments, Philadelphia, 215-545-1100. 11560 Magnolia Ct., Swan Pt. MD 20645 MATCHBOX CARS WANTED If you’re interested in selling your collection, call, fax or write, ask for- Larry, 830 Fulton Ave., Lansdale, PA 19446. 215-855-1962 or fax 215-368-9684. PURCHASING CLOSE-OUTS- Please call Barry McKeon Cell: 610-506-5961, or email:

HAMMOND ORGANS WANTED. Leslie speakers & console pianos. Pottstown, PA 610-495-5234 or Also Orlando, FL Area. MUSIC BOXES WANTED Buying and Selling Cylinder & Disc Music Boxes, Bird Cages, Bird Boxes, Phonographs, Automatas. Specializing in all Antique Resortation Services for over 60 years. Ask for Gerald Wright. Rita Ford Music Boxes, 1253 Springfield Ave. #304, New Providence, NJ 07974, 908-377-3225, 212-535-6717. MUSIC BOXES WANTED, highest prices paid. Gems to junkers- we buy, sell, repair. Chet Ramsay Antiques, 2460 Strasburg Road, Coatesville, PA 19320. 610-384-0514

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

MARBLE & GRANITE for tables, sculptures, bronzes, beveled edges, tomb stones, etc. Call Richard H. Bailey, Sculptor, 302-399-9777. Buy & Sell.

DO YOU COLLECT Old Paper, Ephemera, Advertising, Country Store, etc? Subscribe to "THE PAPER & ADVERTISING COLLECTORS’ MARKETPLACE", the monthly collector's newspaper that covers this specialty. For a FREE sample copy, phone 1-800-800-1833, ext. 2541, 8am-4:30pm daily.

SOLID MAHOGANY 1920’S Breakfront, very good cond., Doyles Auction Co. evaluation $900, must sell, resquesting only $300. Have 2 or 4 drawer metal cabinets $35 ea. 2 modern slide-out drawer cabinets only $50 ea. 732-449-6559.

ASIAN ANTIQUES FINE Chinese, Japanese- jade, porcelain, snuff bottles. RAB Collection at the German Trading Post, RT 272 Denver/ Adamstown, PA. FOR SALE- Variety of Vintage Photographica: photographs, early photography magazines, 8mm projectors and cameras, slides, and more. Phone 717-625-4310

RECORDS! RECORDS! THOUSANDS ask for RAB Records at The German Trading Post on RT 272 Denver, Pa. Soul, Doowop, Rock, Picture Sleves, Elvis, Beatles, rare records 45’s, LPs.

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SHEET MUSIC WANTED, any era. Sandy Marrone, 113 Oakwood Drive, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077, 856-829-6104 E-mail WANTED OLD RADIOS, Tubes, Hi-Fi Equip., Amplifiers, Speakers, Ham Radios, Tube Testers & related items. Large and small collections. Call Rich 484-948-8044, Pottstown, PA. WANTED: MUSIC BOXES, slot machines, old Wurlitzer Juke boxes, any cond. Call or write Frank Zygmunt, PO Box 542, Westmont, IL 60559. 630-985-2742.

DUCK DECOYS WANTED Describe & price. Give name of Carver, if none give Company name. Allen Greenwald, 106-15 Queens Blvd, Forest Hills, NY11375 I BUY ANTIQUE & Vintage Sewing Button collections. Also Military and Uniform buttons, top prices paid, call 717-344-4506

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I BUY RUSSIAN & Polish Samovars 301-919-2798 Please email with photos and asking price.

AARON TO ZWILLING, Autographs to Uniforms, Vintage Baseball Items Wanted. Jim Murphy 610-623-8077 SPORTS CARDS AND other sports related items. Publications, pins, pennants, tickets, etc. Pre-1975. Philadelphia items especially wanted. Ellis, 158 Stratford Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19115, 215-934-5618. E414932

Though not directly tied into Halloween, the many (Continued from page 22) full of supernatural creatures. blotters distributed by Blue Halloween blotters came Halloween: Coal promoted both “October, the its product and the country’s much less radio show is spongreen sored, “The Shadow.” But it ends with Images of the mysteold Halloween.” rious avenger were This blotter was often used. published by The show was Williams Laboratory broadcast for two and given to dentists, decades, from the with an imprint of Halloween issue of 1944 calendar month set of 1930’s to the midtheir names, who pur- mischevious children by Williams Dental 1950’s. Blue coal was chased their supplies Laboratory. It is an unsigned work by Charles the sponsor for most and services. These, Twelvetrees. of the time, until the in turn, were distributed by from other sources as well. late 1940’s, when the Jack-O-Lantern bulk crepe anthracite industry collapsed, the dentists to patients. In 1947, a months-of-the- paper by the Regal Paper so we can assume the blotters year set was provided by Company (Pulaski, New are of 1930s vintage. This Maryland Casualty York), as an example, por- hypothesis is reinforced by an Company, Baltimore, an trays a black cat, with hair inspection of the telephone insurance company, to agents bristling and a smiling ani- numbers of the local dealer’s selling their policies. A very mated pumpkin face, atop a imprinted on the blotters. nice October blotter from this fence. This most likely dates They all have three and four depicts a Halloween scene to the 1930’s or early 1940’s.


digit numbers, a system in use during the 1920s and 1930s. How easy are Halloween theme blotters to find? On a scale of one to ten, they are about a 5. More difficult to find than Uncle Sam or Santa Claus, but easier than a Norman Rockwell or a World’s Fair, they can be found by persistent collectors at prices ranging from $10 to $25. Where can they be found? Blotters of all kinds are carried by most ephemera dealers and are listed in their sales lists, auctions, or offered for sale at shows. Surprisingly, the largest sellers of them tend to be postcard dealers. This is undoubtedly a reflection of the blotter’s strong appeal to card collectors, who find that postcards and blot-

ters share many common bonds. In a few instances, even some of the same pictorials appear on both. With the coming of the ballpoint pens in the 1950s, blotters became obsolete seemingly overnight. With no

new additions to the topical, the search for those printed so many years ago intensifies. Halloween collectibles in every shape and form have always fascinated collectors. Blotters are just another wonderful item to pursue.


11/05/11, SPRING CITY, SAT 10 AM, Two Toy Train, Ridge Fire Co 480 Ridge Rd, Maurer's Auctions

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11/05/11, EPHRATA, SAT 9 AM, Antiques, collectibles, china, glassware, toys, household goods, tools, primitives, etc., Cor Rt 322 & Durlach Rd, Horst Auction center 11/05/11, FRACKVILLE, SAT 11 AM, Bid Board including firearms, military, furniture, coins, currency, jewelry, toys, dolls, trains etc., Schuylkill Mall Rt 81 & 61, Blums 11/05/11, HORSHAM, SAT 10 AM, Vintage clothing, accessories, textiles, Horsham VFW Post #9788 324 Sawmill Ln, Andi Charkov 11/05/11, KREAMER, SAT 9 AM, Peanut Butter Glass, Kreamer Fire Hall off Rt 522, Leitzel-Kline

11/05/11, WILLOW STREET, SAT 8:30 AM, Model kits, dealer promos, die cast metal toys, trucks etc, dolls, Willow Street Al Starr Bldg 2901 Willow St Pike (behind fire co), Enterline Auction Service LLC 11/12/11, DENVER, SAT 10 AM, Doll & Teddy Bear, 2000 N Reading Rd, Morphy Auctions TENNESSEE 10/29-30/11, NEW MARKET, SAT 10 AM SUN 1 PM, 10/29 toys & folk art 10/30 - lunch box, 1511 W 11-E, John W. Coker, Ltd.


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19th C. Tin Advertising Sign

Coins, Silver, Jewelry, Collectibles Fine, Decorative & Asian Arts, Furniture

1940 Pittsburgh Pirates Team Signed Ball JSA Certified

PREVIEW: Fri., November 4 from 2-6 P.M.; Sat. & Sun. 9 A.M. thru auction NEW LOCATION - 1500 Paxton Street,




COINS: 80+ lots high-grade US & English coins. US gold incl. 1911-D & 1926 $2.50; 1904 & 1927 $20; 1894 & 1910-D $10; 1901-S & 1915 $5; 1878 $3; 1852, 1854, 1874 $1.00. Peace silver dollars incl. 1924-S; 1925-S; 1927-S; 1928; 1934-S. English incl. 1658 Cromwell crown; 1847 Gothic crown; 1689 William & Mary half crown; 1822 George IV crown; 1845 Victoria crown; 1695 William III crown; 1746 George II Lima crown; 1698 Maundy Money. Atocha coin. Currency incl. Colonial & fractional. SILVER: 75+ lots. Sterling incl. tea sets; pitchers; boxes; nef; cocoa set; flatware sets; Tiffany; Stieff; Kirk; Gorham; Durgin; Towle; Whiting; Reed & Barton. Silver-plated incl. English punch set. JEWELRY: Diamond incl. 1.83 ct. VVS2 solitaire & French platinum bracelet; engagement rings; bracelets; pins. Gold; Tiffany; jade; Trifari. Wristwatches incl. 1919 Cartier diamond; Omega; platinum & diamond incl. Rolex. Gold pocket watches incl. Vacheron & Constantin; Elgin; Nardin. PAPER/BOOKS/ COLLECTIBLES: Autographs incl. JSA cert. 1940 Pittsburgh Pirates team signed ball & 1961 NY Yankees framed team signatures, Andy Warhol, Ulysses S. Grant; signed Collected Poems of Robert Frost; 1660 English King James Bible; 1881 Studer’s Popular Ornithology 1st Ed.; “A Skin Game” Black Americana photo; antique maps; sterling handled cane; Civil War soldier cased image; German Santa Claus candy; phonographs incl. Edison & Columbia; disc music box. TOYS: 1863 jigger toy; Marx Ring-a-Ling Circus; Stevens Tammany bank; Arcade GMC Greyhound bus; Sunnyside Farm milk wagon. Chinese Rosewood & Gilt Screen

Emile Gruppe (American, 1896-1978)

Chinese Export Famille Verte Compote

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6 AT 11 A.M. 1.83 Carat Solitaire FURNITURE: Large over mantel mirror; Italian secretary desk; inlaid card table; 6 Chippendale style chairs; Middle Eastern inlaid incl. chests & With Side Diamonds seating; American period cased pieces; inlaid table attrib. to Herter; Kittinger; Stickley; Bauer. ART: Paintings incl. E. Gruppe; portrait of William Moore after Charles Willson Peale; miniature painting on ivory of Columbus s/A. Horn; attrib. to W.T. Richards; L. Miller; S.M. Chase; M. Hauge; H. Atkinson; E.T. Fredericks; T. Holmboe; A. Armstrong; R. Joseph; A. Judson; R.B. Crane; A. Armstrong; R.G. McIntyre; A. Chintreuil; P. Neubauer; M. Vukovic; Continental & American School. Prints incl. P. Cezanne; J.F. Millet; G. Rouault; P. Max. Sculpture incl. J. Moigniez; F. Barbedienne; Mercury with Caduceus; after E. Marioton; equestrian bronze after Verrochio. PHOTOGRAPHY: Fashion photography, ex-collection of Harper’s Bazaar employee incl. Avedon; Steichen; Dahl-Wolfe; Derujinsky; Kertesz. DECORATIVE ARTS: 19th C. Flemish carved ivory tankard; 1746 Oxford Furnace fireback; inkwells incl. Sevres; pr. 19th C Venetian gilt wood figures; Heintz vase; French copper cookware; bronze knights on stands; Georgian snuff boxes; Nantucket baskets; Jos. Heinrichs chafing dishes; boxes. CERAMICS: Sevres urns & tureens; Alza Stratton & Margaret Heymann vases; White Rock Girl plate; Meissen; Dresden; Royal Copenhagen; Royal Doulton; Cybis; Nippon; Lladro; Boehm; Weller; decorated stoneware. Dinner services incl. Catalina, Bauer, Limoges, Aynsley, Wedgwood. LIGHTING: 36 & 48 light Baccarat Zenith chandeliers. Lamps incl. Sevres; Wedgwood; Chinese hat stand; GWTW. CLOCKS: Eli Terry pillar & scroll; tall case incl. PA, Louis XIV style; Hamilton Mod. 22 chrono; LeCoultre Atmos. GLASS: Galle vase; Lalique incl. Medicis ashtray; Steuben; Moser; EAPG. ETHNOGRAPHIC: G.B. Chiltoskey carving; Eskimo sealskin kayak; Zapotec figural urn; Native American beadwork; modern Egyptian sarcophagus; African. ASIAN ARTS: 70+ lots. Palace size vases, chargers & fishbowls; pr. famille jaune eggshell vases; famille rose eggshell bowl; famille verte incl. compote; Tongzhi longevity 1658 Cromwell Crown; bowl; Qing wucai dragon jar; rosewood & gilt screen; Tang camel; ivory incl. carved tusks, puzzle balls, brush pots; Chinese wine ewers; Chinese 1911-D Indian Head $2.50 Gold Export incl. Masonic bowl, Canton; Satsuma; Kutani; moriage; cloisonné; snuff bottles; cinnabar; kimonos. RUGS: Room size incl. antique Kashan; Sarouk; Heriz; Chinese; Karastan; more. BID LIVE OR ONLINE - ONLINE CATALOG AVAILABLE OCTOBER 17 Terms: 15% Buyer’s Premium, 10% to the room. Visit for online catalog

1746 Oxford Furnace, New Jersey Fireback

Diamond & Gemstone Wristwatches

19th Century Flemish Carved Ivory Tankard

Marie Hauge (Norwegian, 1864-1931)

Miniature Painting On Ivory Signed A. Horn

Andrew Kertesz (American, 1894-1985) Pair Of Palace Size Rose Medallion Fish Bowls

Mercury with Caduceus Hamilton Model 22 Cased Chronometer Jules Moigniez (French, 1835-1894)

Pair Of Sevres Gilt Bronze Urns Antique Persian Kashan Carpet

Edward Steichen (American, 1879-1973) Small Chinese Longevity Bowl Tongzhi Pair Of Palace Size Rose Medallion Vases Galle Cameo Vase

Thorolf Homboe (Norwegian, 1866-1935)

Pair Of Chinese Enameled Wine Ewers Vacheron & Constantin Gold Pocket Watch Pair Of Chinese Famille Jaune Eggshell Vases

French Platinum & Diamond Bracelet

Italian Secretary Desk Richard Avedon (American, 1923-2004)

Durgin Sterling Tea Set

Pennsylvania School (Early 20th Century)

Pair Of 19th Century Sevres Lady’s Cartier Diamond Wristwatch Ca. 1919 Urns Signed Lancry

Pennsylvania diminutive Hepplewhite chest-of- drawers

Portrait of William Moore after Charles Willson Peale

Large 48-Light Baccarat Zenith Chandelier

Chinese Qing Wucai Dragon Jar


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