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VOL. 42, NO. 48 FRIDAY DECEMBER 2, 2011

Mid-Century American Art & Design n the period immediately after World War II, characterized by mass production, the handmade object offered a humanizing counterpoint to the machine aesthetic. Focusing on the dynamic relationship between craft and design, the exhibition “Crafting Modernism: M i d Century American Art and Design” at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) showcases the bold new directions taken in media and aesthetics during those postwar years. Organized by the museum and remaining on view through January 15, 2012, this historic exhibition is the fourth part of an ongoing series of shows for the The Centenary Project - the first in-depth examination of American craft in the 20th century. The first three exhibitions were presented at the Museum between 1993 and 1995. Co-curated by Jeannine Falino and Jennifer Scanlan, “Crafting Modernism” underscores the growth and transformation of American life during the turbulent 1960s through art, craft, and design. Featuring the work of more than 160 artists and designers, including such iconic figures as Wendell Castle, Sheila Hicks, and Jack Lenor Larsen, and lesserknown, though highly influential artists and designers like Katherine Choy, and Hui Ka Kwong, “Crafting Modernism” demonstrates through furniture, textiles, tableware, ceramics,


Claire Falkenstein, Pendant, 1961. Glass, metal 4 3/4 x 4 1/4 x 1/2 in. (12.1 x 10.8 x 1.3 cm). Collection of Kenneth Dukoff

glass, jewelry, sculpture and painting, how the period between 1945 and 1969 proved a key transitional era for American craft and design. A scholarly 360-page catalogue, published by Harry N. Abrams, accompanies the exhibition. “Crafting Modernism” is an exhibition with special significance for us,” said Holly Hotchner, MAD’s Nanette L. Laitman Director. “Not only is it Jan de Swart, Blanket Chest, c 1965. Jelutong 15 x 32 x 17 1/4 in. (38.1 x 81.3 x 43.8 cm). Collection of Mark McDonald

part of the groundbreaking Centenary Project, charting the history of modern American craft, but it also charts our own history.” The Museum of Arts and Design was originally founded in 1956 by the visionary philanthropist Aileen Osborn Webb as the ‘Museum of Contemporary Crafts.’ “At the time, it was the first museum of modern craft in the world,” says Hotchner. “Crafting Modernism: MidCentury American Art and Design” is organized into two broad sections, each of which receives treatment on its own floor in the museum, enhanced by domestic vignettes that evoke the

Richard Pousette-Dart, “Forms: Transcendental,” 1950. Gouache on panel Overall: 24 x 19 1/2 in. (61 x 49.5 cm). The Simona and Jerome Chazen Collection

‘cool’ and countercultural posture of the era. The first section addresses the early postwar years from 1945 to the late 1950s - during which time the independent craftsmen lifestyle became a compelling alternative to the anonymity of the corporate world. The rise of the craftsman- designer in industry and the influence of craft on modern design is explored in this section with examples in all media. Items are drawn from Reed & Barton, Knoll, and Blenko

Glass, among others. The second half of the exhibition focuses on the emergence of the crafted object as a work of art that is informed by Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, ‘funk,’ and social commentary. It concludes with a nod to the countercultural strains of rock ‘n’ roll, controlled substances, and the American flag in a ‘groovy’ celebration of the crafted object. While youthful men and women from all walks of life, cultures, and continents rediscovered and reinvigorated traditional craft media to express cultural identity, artistic innovation, and social views, young designers

movement,” says Jeannine Falino, the co-curator. “The exhibition is a must-see for anyone interested in the aesthetics and philosophy of the era. We have combed the country to find exciting and influential works, many of which have rarely been seen since midcentury.” As craft programs developed and expanded in university art departments across the

dard of the previous exhibitions in the series. The Museum of Arts and Design explores the ‘blur zone’ between art, design, and craft today. It focuses on contemporary creativity and the ways in which artists and designers from around the world transform materials through processes ranging from the artisanal to the digital. The Museum’s exhibition program examines and illumi-

United States, artists like Peter Voulkos and Lenore Tawney increasingly began to consider the sculptural and aesthetic qualities of materials previ-

Wendell Castle, Music Rack, 1964. Oak, rosewood; bent lamination, joined, pegged 55 1/2 x 25 x 20 in. (141 x 63.5 x 50.8 cm). Purchased by the American Craft Council, 1964

o u s l y reserved for functional objects. Their pioneering achievements bridged the traditional art-craft divide, enabling the crafted object to assert itself as an aspect of modern art. This development paralleled an increasing openness in the art world to new expressions and alternative media demonstrated in the works of artists like Alexander Calder. As craft entered the public realm through museum exhibitions and publications, it added to the ongoing political and social dialogue in Ray Eames Charles American art and life, Eames Stool, 1960 Oiled serving as a reprewalnut. Overall: 15 sentative of a x13 x 13in. (38.1 x 33 x 33cm). Private counter-culture Collection lifestyle. The scholarly 360-page catalogue introduced more informal domestic interiors, which were published by Harry N. often adorned with crafted objects, and so gave a more human face to modernism. This interplay between craft and design is discovered by visitors to the exhibit through works of textile designer Dorothy Liebes; furniture maker George Nakashima; silversmith Jack Prip; sculptor and designer Isamu Noguchi; and others. Works by designers who incorporated craft techniques or aesthetics into more widescale production, such Abrams, as Edith Heath, contains Russell Wright, and essays, Charles and Ray biograEames, are also on phies, display. a n d “‘Crafting extended Modernism’ and its reference accompanying catalogue provide materials, fola gateway to the movers and shaklowing the staners of the modern studio craft

nates issues and ideas, highlights invention and craftsmanship, and celebrates the limitless potential of materials and techniques when used by gifted and innovative artists. MAD’s permanent collection is global in scope and focuses on art, craft, and design from 1950 to the present day. Central to the Museum’s mission is education. The Museum’s dynamic new facility features classrooms and studios for master classes, seminars, and workshops for students, families, and adults. Its Open Studios enable visitors to engage artists at work and further enhance exhibition programs. Lectures, films, performances, and symposia related to the Museum’s collection and topical subjects affecting the world of contemporary creation are held in the building’s historic 144-seat auditorium. Located at 2 Columbus Circle in N e w Y o r k City, the Museum is o p e n Tuesday to Arieto (Harry) Bertoia Knoll International “Bird” Lounge Chair and Ottoman, after 1952. Welded steel rods, upholstery 40 1/4 x 38 1/2 x 33 in. (102.2 x 97.8 x 83.8 cm). Private Collection

Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Closed Mondays and major holidays) Also on view now at the museum is “Picasso to Koons: The Artist as Jeweler,” which runs through January 8, 2012. For more information, phone (212) 299-7777; or visit MAD online at (More photos on page 2)

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Christmas Antique Show In Oldwick, New Jersey The annual Christmas antique silver, samplers, 18th- and 19th-century Chatham, New Jersey; Antique Show accessories for the home, Sport & Spool Antiques, will be held at the prints and maps, and Turnpike Road many other items to satisSchool on Route fy both the novice and 517, Oldwick, advanced collectors. New Jersey. The A few of the 53 school is 3 miles exhibitors, representing north of the eight states, are: Rick Village of Fuller, S. Royalton, Oldwick on Route Vermont; Pinkerton 517. Antiques, Newark, Show hours Delaware; Engelmann are 10 a.m. to 5 Antiques, Long Valley, p.m. on Saturday, New Jersey; Country December 3, and Christmas, Bethany, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Connecticut; Ken and Jan on Sunday, Silveri, Hamburg, December 4. Pennsylvania; Richard Admission is Fuller, S. Royalton, $7 per person or Vermont; Lynne $6 with this press Oppenheimer, Langhorne, release. Pennsylvania; West This year’s Branch Antiques, Delhi, show will have 53 New York; Mimi Gunn, exhibitors showing exceptional antiques from every category. Because of the time of year, there will be an abundance of fine vintage Christmas ornamentation. A few dealers specialize in vintage Christmas. In addition there will also be available for purchase fine country furniture, refinished and in original surfaces, folk art, antique quilts, fine estate jewelry, early fireplace accessories, period furniture, early glass, vintage doorstops, basketry, stoneware, antique prints, antique Oriental rugs, sporting collectibles, early toys,

Goldsboro, North Carolina; Pat White, Langhorne, Pennsylvania; Washington Valley A n t i q u e s , Gladstone, New Jersey; Ken Vliet, Danielsville, Pennsylvania; RSG Antiques, Hanover T o w n s h i p , Pennsylvania; Philadelphia Print Shop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Dark Horse Antiques, E a s t o n , Pennsylvania; S. Eden Antiques, Hauppauge, New York; The Old Crow, Warwick, New York; David T h o m p s o n , M a s h p e e , Massachusetts; Harmony Barn, Phillipsburg, New Jersey; Paul and Joan Hamelberg, Brielle, New Jersey; Anne L y n c h , Honesdale, Pennsylvania; River Country A n t i q u e s , Piermont, New York; Olde C o u n t r y A n t i q u e s , Hightstown, New Jersey; Jim Woodruff, Chester, New Jersey; The Old

Wood Shed, Brick, New Jersey; C.J. Brown, Staten Island, New York; Ayscough Antiques, Chatsford, Pennsylvania; River Country Antiques, Piermont, New York; Randi Ona, Wayne, New Jersey; Gloria Lonergan, Mendham, New Jersey; and John and Robin Sittig, Shawnee-On-Delaware, Pennsylvania. Throughout the run of the show, excellent food will be available for show-goers. For further information, contact the managers of the Annual Christmas Show, Ellen Katona and Bob Lutz. Phone them at (856) 459-2229 or (609) 8659846. E-mail in care of

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J.B. Blunk, Scrap Chair, 1968. Cypress 39 1/2 x 49 1/4 x 26 in. (100.3 x 125.1 x 66 cm). Isamu Noguchi, My Mu Courtesy of the J.B. Blunk (Watashi no mu), 1950. Estate Shigaraki ceramic 13 1/2 x 9 1/2 x 6 5/8 in. (34.3 x 24.1 x 16.8 cm). Noguchi Museum Betty Cooke, Neckpiece, circa 1959. Sterling silver, silver wire; fabricated 7 1/2 x 10 x 3/4 in. (19.1 x 25.4 x 1.9 cm). Gift of the artist, 1995

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SHOPS & CENTERS COLLECTOR CHATS WITH PETER S. SEIBERT This Week: A Few Bargains To Look For! tiny scratches produced by the infinite number of times the piece of glass was dragged or moved around shelves over the last 150 years. The scratches will go in every direction reflecting the random movement and placement of the piece over time. No wear ring or scratches that

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green color effects are a result of altering the mix of cobalt, copper and iron. One of the most beautiful and collectible Loetz series from this period is called Phänomen, whose chief characteristic is the rippled or featherlike designs on the object’s surface. Loetz artisans achieved this unique effect by wrapping hot glass threads around an

Loetz works had acquired a reputation as a manufacturer of fine glass, produced under the direction of Loetz’s grandson Max Ritter von Spaun. He modernized the works and introduced innovative glass types and production techniques, several of

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OVER 15,000 SQUARE FEET OF DEALER SPACE! Antique and art dealers of fine European and American furniture, art, bronzes, statuary, porcelain, glass, china, silver, primitives, jewelry, clocks, decorative items, linens, collectibles, and much more!





between Black Angus Antiques Mall and Renninger’s Antiques Mall along Rt. 222 along Adamstown Antiques Row G R E AT S TO R AG E O R S H O P Please call 717-917-5321 •

Hopewell, NJ 08525 S612460

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

Multiple Dealers In A Historic Country Store Setting OPEN EVERY DAY 11 A.M.-5 P.M. king Par Rear In

(856) 478-4361


MON - SAT. 11 TO 5, SUN 12-5



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CANDLELIGHT SHOPPING IN MULLICA HILL rd On Dec. 3 from 11 a.m. till 8 p.m Music by: Full Moon Night, Carolers & A Harpist

125 Booths Filled With Unique Specialties:

Carolers on the Old Mill Porch in the Evening.

Vintage Clothing Paintings Silver Porcelain Jewelry

Clocks Rugs Primitives Stoneware

Open 7 days a week, 11 am to 5 pm Free Parking POINT PLEASANT BEACH / NEW JERSEY 08742 800-322-8002 / BAY & TRENTON AVENUES / (732) 892-2222


Mullica Hill, NJ

46 N. Main Street, 08062 Easy Access From NJ Turnpike, I-295 And Rt. 55



King’siRow AntiquesiCenter

Displaying the Largest Selection of Fine-Quality Antiques and Collectibles in the State

Victorian Furniture Pewter Cut Glass Dolls/Toys Quilts


Special Holiday Gifts For The Entire Family

A Multi-Dealer Co-Op featuring Americana, Primitive, Victorian & Early 20th Century Furnishings, Clocks, Jewelry, China, Silver, Books, Toys, Textiles, Paintings and so much more!

Point Pleasant Antique Emporium

38 Dealers 2 Somerset Street

Holiday Entertainment



6 46 Cookman Avenue, Asbury Park, New Jersey Just minutes from Exit 102, Garden State Parkway 3,200 sq. ft. available located in ADAMSTOWN,

Antique Emporium of Asbury Park

141 East Broad Street | 215.536.4408

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK: 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. The Jersey Shore’s Largest Co-Op

Antiques at 200 East Quakertown, PA Antique District

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



(think gifts)

Limited Space Available Route 616, 127 Hanover Street

Haddon Heights, New Jersey



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


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



Clements Bridge Rd. & E. Atlantic Ave.

Bring Your Camera & Take a Picture With Santa On His Antique Sleigh.

Shops & Town Decorated in Holiday Splendor. In Participating Stores: Treats & Discounts. Refreshments to Satisfy Your Appetite. Free Transportation Provided. For further information visit or call (856) 881-6800


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

Open Every Day 10-6

80 Dealer Co-Op

Antique & Vintage Furniture • Jewelry • Sterling Silver Fine China • Crystal • Coins • Books • Dolls • Trains Decorative Paintings • Fine Art • Glassware • Figurines • Pottery Quilts • Rugs • Linens • Bottles • Tools • Musical Instruments Sports Memorabilia • Vintage Clothing • & Much, Much More. S723956

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

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Antiques off the Bellevue Wide Variety Of Antiques & Collectibles




215 East Pleasant Street

OPEN THURSDAY THRU MONDAY 10 A.M.-5 P.M. 717.533.1662

First Light right 1/2 mile on Main St. Dealer Business Welcomed

11-5 Daily • Call For Directions

Hammonton, NJ



PHONE: (732) 349-5764 VISA/MC ESTABLISHED SINCE 1969 12 Quality Dealers Under One Roof ★


Flemington, NJ

Come spend the day and find that special gift for the toy collector in your life. For information on attending or participating, visit the website,; or call: (856) 302-3606.

“We’re Bigger ★ Than We Look”



an ATM, Kids Fun Zone, and free parking. There will be a free shuttle to and from south Philly & center city. Call (215) 4633532; or email:


On Sunday, December, 4, the 12, accompanied by an adult, are first ever Philadelphia Antique admitted free. This is an indoor, all weather Toy Convention will take place at The Pennsy Flea Market, 1600 event. There will be food for sale, South Warfield Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The new holiday toy show will feature 200 tables of new, antique, and collectible toys for 110 Broad Street sale from unique toy dealers from the region. The show promises to 08822 have a diversity of toys from “20 Great Dealers In A 1900s to the present, like G.I. Joe, Casual, Friendly Atmosphere” Barbie, Diecast Vehicles, Science Fiction, Horror, Space Toys, Jewelry, Sterling, Toys, Action Figures, Dolls, Glass, Art Pottery, Transformers, Comics, Replica Coins, Furniture, Textiles, Green Hornet Car and much Trains, Fine Porcelain more. Open Daily 11 A.M.-5 P.M. The show runs from 10 a.m. Closed Tuesdays to 4 p.m., admission is $5. An early buyers’ admission at 9 a.m. 908-788-2727 is $10. Children under the age of


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

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

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

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

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

08005 Barnegat 609-698-3020 BAY AVENUE ANTIQUES 349 S. Main (Route 9). Open Tues.-Sun. 10am-5pm. Book Seller- Maps, Ephemera, Baseball, Titanic, Tuckerton Railroad, Chess, Civil War, local interest items.

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

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

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

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.

21911 Rising Sun 410-658-8100 COUNTRY BOY ANTIQUE CENTER 1320 Rock Springs Rd. RT 222 N. MultiDealer, Wide array of antiques, furniture, jewelry, coins, collectibles. Open Mon., Wed.- Sat. 10-5 Closed Tues. Sun.11-5.

21028 Churchville 410-734-6228 YE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, Route 22 & Aldino Rd. Minutes from I-95. Oak furniture, advertising, toys, militaria, glassware, general line. Hrs daily 10-4 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.

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. 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.


MARKETPLACE In Frederick, Md.

Holiday Open House Dec. 10 & 11 Gift CertiďŹ cate Rafes & Special Sales

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.




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

ANTIQUE MALL 35,000 Sq. Ft. Over 130 Booths

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.

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. 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

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.

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.

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. 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.

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

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.


Pennsylvania Location Pennsbury Antique Mall Rt. 1 ~ 1.6 Miles South of The Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford Thurs.-Mon. 10-5

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Signs • Old & New Clocks • Depression Glassware • Toys • Kitchenware • Baskets • License Plates • Coins • Jewelry • Tools • Crocks • Baseball Cards • Bottles • Dolls • Occupied Japan • Tobacco Tins • Oil Lamps & Shades • Old & New Furniture



Located on U.S. 1, 61⠄2 miles north of Richmond and I-295. 20202 Pike, MD Hagerstown, 20202 National Pike,National Hagerstown, TakeMD Lewistown Rd. 20202 National Pike, Hagerstown, MD exit off I-95. Right on Rt. 1 north. 301-739-8075 •

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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.

It’s a great traffic builder and a “gift� your customers will enjoy receiving!

A Richmond Tradition Since 1980 Open Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. 10-5; Closed Mon.-Tues.-Wed.

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,

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19355 Frazer 610-651-8299 FRAZER ANTIQUES. -Best kept secret on Phila. Main Line- Open daily 10am5pm. 2 mi east of Rte 202 on Rt. 30.

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.

(301) 447-6471

“BIG CITY (Buying Antiques Country Prices� (Buying & Selling) & at Selling) (Buying & Selling)

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

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.


Emmitsburg, MD

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

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.


(Off Main St.)

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.�

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.

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.

Delaware Location 84 Governor Printz Blvd. Claymont, DE 19703 302-798-8696 Mon.-Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-4

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.

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.

Everything From Antiques To Collectibles Open Daily 10-5 P.M. 1 Chesapeake Ave.

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

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.

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


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

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!

Specializing in Signed


Furniture Art & Prints Advertising • Textiles      Quilts • Pottery & Books


08310 Richland Village 856-697-2170 SHORELINE VINTAGE, 1343 Rt. 40. Antique Furniture & More, Open Thurs. thru Sun. or by appt.

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.


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.

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

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

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



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SHOWS & MARKETS ANTIQUE SHOW & FLEA MARKET CALENDAR CONNECTICUT 12/04/11, WILTON, SUN 9 AM-4 PM, Antiques, Rt 7, Wilton High School Field House FLORIDA 1/20-22/12, SARASOTA, FRI & SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN NOON-5 PM, Antiques, 801 N Tamiami Trail, The Sarasota Municipal Auditorium 12/02-04/11, WEST PALM BEACH, FRI NOON-5 PM SAT 9 AM-5 PM SUN 10 AM-4:30 PM, Festival & Modernism, 9067 Southern Blvd, The Americraft Center @ South Florida Fairgrounds 12/30-1/01/12, SARASOTA, FRI & SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 11 AM5 PM, Antiques, 801 N Tamiami Trail, The Sarasota Municipal Auditorium

GEORGIA 1/13-15/12, ATLANTA, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center

12/03-04/11, MAURICETOWN, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Christmas Antique Show, 9544 Noble St, Mauricetown Firehall

12/09-11/11, ATLANTA, Antiques & Collectibles, Atlanta Expo Center

12/03-04/11, OLDWICK, SAT 10 AM-5 PM SUN 11 AM-4 PM, Antiques, Rt 517, Turnpike Road School

NEW HAMPSHIRE 12/07/11, PORTSMOUTH, WED 9 AM-NOON, Short & Sweet, Rt 1 Bypass, The Frank Jones Center

12/04/11, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd off Rt. 23, Wayne PAL

NEW JERSEY 1/07-08/12, WHIPPANY, SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, Antiques, 111 N Jefferson Rd, The Birchwood Manor 1/08/12, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd off Rt 23, Wayne PAL 1/15/12, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd off Rt 23, Wayne PAL

12/18/11, WAYNE, SUN 9 AM-3 PM, Antiques & Collectibles, N Cove Rd off Rt 23, Wayne PAL NEW YORK 12/09-11/11, NEW YORK, FRI NOON- 8 PM SAT 10 AM-6 PM SUN 11 AM-5 PM, Antiques & Fine Art, 125 W 18th St, Metropolitan Pavilion OHIO 1/21-22/12, COLUMBUS, Antiques & Collectibles, Ohio Expo Center

12/17-18/11, COLUMBUS, Antiques & Collectibles, Ohio Expo Center PENNSYLVANIA 12/03-04/11, ALLENTOWN, SAT 9 AM-4 PM SUN 9 AM-1 PM, Antique & Modern Arms, 17th & Chew Sts, Allentown Fairgrounds Agri-plex 12/03-04/11, PHILADELPHIA, SAT & SUN 9:30 AM-5:30 PM AUCTION EVERY SAT 11AM, F/M & Auction, 1600 S Warfield St, Pennsy Flea Market & Country Auction 12/03/11, PHILADELPHIA, SAT 8 AM-4 PM, Antique & Vintage F/M, 9th & Spring Garden Sts, Spring Garden Indoor F/M

12/10/11, ALLENTOWN, SAT 10 AM-3 PM, Toy & Collectibles, 1901 S 12th St, Merchants Square Mall

VIRGINIA 12/03/11, ANNANDALE, SAT 9 AM-3 PM, Toy Soldier, Military & Miniature Figure, 7128 Columbia Pike, VFD Community Center

The Great Lehigh Valley Antique Toy and Collectable Show Merchants Square Mall 1901 S. 12th Street,

Allentown, PA 18103 Saturday, December 10th 10am-3pm Dealers From 5 States With 170 Tables Of Antique Toys And Collectables

12/04/11, PHILADELPHIA, SUN 10 AM-4 PM, Antique Toy Convention, 1600 S Warfield St, Pennsy Flea Market

Admission $5.00



N. Cove Rd. (Off Parish Dr.) (Off Rt. 23)


(Former Fed-Ex Warehouse) 9th & Spring Garden

Center City Philadelphia

1600 S. Warfield Street

More Than 60 Vendors Under One Roof Featuring Antiques, Collectibles, Vintage Furniture, Jewelry, Glassware, Architectural Salvage, Pottery & Much More!


Adults $1.00 Children Free Over 140 Dealers

(973) 595-5041

Every Saturday Now Thru April

Every Saturday & Sunday

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WAYNE, NJ Sunday 9 am To 3 pm For Information Call


Winter Hours Until April 1st: Thurs. 10am-6pm; Fri. 10am-6pm; Sat. 10am-6pm; Sun. 9am-5pm Over 1500 Vendors Rt. 206 South, Columbus, NJ

DEC. 4 & DEC. 18TH

Spring Garden Indoor Antique & Vintage Flea Market

8 A.M. til 4 P.M.

215.463.FLEA (3532)

Free Parking * Free Admission Handicap Accessible * ATM * Food Court

More Info: 215-625-FLEA (3532)

Use 820 Spring Garden Street, 19123 For GPS Directions



31st Annual

Christmas Antique Show Mauricetown Firehall 9544 Noble Street

Mauricetown, New Jersey

Located in “Historical” 8 miles South of Millville, New Jersey * Off Route 47

Saturday, December 3, 2011 - 10 am to 5 pm Sunday, December 4, 2011 - 11 am to 4 pm 40 Selected Dealer s Admission $5.00 ($4.50 w/ad) Children 12 & Under Free Refreshments & Seafood All Proceeds Go To Mauricetown Fire Co.


S722045 | 856-302-3606

Philly’s Largest Indoor Market New Management New Vendor Mix

Wayne PAL Indoor TH

For Information Call:

Carl Von Rhine 856-785-1026

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2011 Show December 9, 10 & 11 2012 Shows January 13, 14 & 15 February 10, 11 & 12


Scott Antique Markets

Directions: 3 miles East of Atlanta Airport on I-285 at Exit 55 (3650 & 3850 Jonesboro Rd.)


Call: 740.569.2800

December 17 & 18 2012: January 21 & 22

P.O. Box 60, Bremen, OH 43107

Directions: I-71 Exit 11 (17th Ave.) to the Ohio Expo Center (Ohio State Fairgrounds)

All Facilities are Heated & Air Conditioned Luxury Shuttle Buses & Showcase Rentals in Georgia Table & Chair Rentals Available in Georgia & Ohio

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1600 S. Warfield St., PHILADELPHIA, PA $5.00 Admission $10.00 9am Early Buyers Children under age 12 FREE Food | Free Parking | ATM | Free Shuttle

Pennsy Flea Market


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 10am-4pm 200 Tables Of New, Vintage & Collectible Toys


Antique Toy Convention




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help in identifying the maker and age of the piece. This was followed by speakers presenting information on American Painted Victorian Floral vases and on Milk Glass novelties. The main event of the day was the afternoon auction of over 250 milk glass items. Some of those items had not been seen at the convention before. Among the rarities was an Oriental Man on Elephant Base, a Fox on Logs covered dish, a blue Ripley Marriage Lamp, a Pug Dog Inkwell, and two Buddha figures. Saturday morning the dealers’ room opened with (Continued on page 19)



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10 - - Antiques & Auction News — December 2, 2011

Fooled By Fakes - Buyer Beware! by Anita Stratos What’s In A Name - Identifying True Murano Glass new phenomenon. The term ‘à la façon de Venise’ (in the Venetian manner) was used by glass blowers trained in Murano but brought to France by Louis XIV to m a k e glass for h i s court.” I t ’ s also not unheard of to find a Murano label reapplied to

non-Murano glass in an effort to sell a cheaper piece at a Murano price. However, buyers can check old and new Murano catalogs to determine whether the piece in question is authentic, or they can post a photo on Rowan’s forum to get identification help from experts. Keep in mind that each factory has its own labels, and these labels change throughout the years to reflect the contemporary look of its decade. While paper labels were generally used up to the 1970s, the design of the label can be a clue as to the age of the piece. You can see many good photographs of various Murano labels in the Fossilfly forums’ Murano Label Library. In each Murano factory glass. Fake Murano glass has been are glass designers, some of around for centuries, it’s not a whom are quite well known.

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Presents Holiday Auction Antiques, Collectibles, Furniture, 100s pcs. Pottery, Coins, Currency, Tokens, Blue Dec. Stoneware, Early 1765 Bible, Sterling Tea Service, Toys, Tools

Saturday, December 3, 2011 at 9:30 AM Doors Open 1 Hour Prior to Start of Auction Location: Beltzner Hall, Kutztown Fairgrounds, N. Whiteoak Street, Kutztown, Berks Co., PA

Antiques & Collectibles: 1765 Martin Luther, Nurnberg Bible; dovetailed cradle; dvtled single drawer stand; Heywood Wakefield desk & chair; 100’s pcs. of furn.; 19th Cent. 1940’s 3 Empire bureaus; Barrister Bookcases; Oak: beds, lib. tables, stands, bureau, sideboards; Mahog: bureau, stands, tables, sec., china closets, sideboards, sets of chairs, dining tables sq. & round; Ruppert Knickerbocker beer cooler & tap; Spencer microscope; dental tools; vintage lighting; brass; copper; wooden item; Lladro ped. bowl No. 34; asst. of bird fig.; bisque; CI items: carnival glass silver clarinet; mandolin; Pottery: Stahl, Breininger, Foltz, Anderson, Roseville, Stangl, Hall, Hull, Jugtown, costume jewelry, watches, vintage clothing & hats; handwork; records 45’s & 78’s; crocks; jugs; WWII photos; old auto man.; Viking; Imperial; Fenton; Boyd; old mag.; starter gun; ammo.; bows; old books, children’s include Nancy Drew; Toys: 200+ collector dolls; 3 1930’s Shirley Temple dolls; 80’s Hess trucks; 60’s Buddy L trucks; 50’s car models; plus other 60’s games & toys; doll furn.; HO trains; Coins: 100’s of coins, currency, old token, both foreign & domestic; Half Cents, Indian Heads, Silver Dimes; quarters, halves, dollars, see complete list on; printer trays & letters; Other Personal Prop.: LR furn.; 9 pc. DR furn.; dinette sets; 1950’s F.P. Bar; office furn.; Cherry Grandmother Clock; cedar wardrobes; outdoor furn.; Kenmore: washer, gas dryer, refrigerators; Tools: Bosch, Milwaukee, DeWalt; lg. selection of hand power tools mech. tools; 3 Craftsman tool chest; Craftsman compressor & attachments; Lincoln welding mach. plus much, much more!!! Terms: Personal property in full payment day of sale. Cash or guaranteed funds. No out-ofstate checks. Selling from the Estate of Bette Bieber, et al. Wishing you Joy this Christmas Season and God Peace in the New Year.

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Pool Table - Sulky Style Wagon - Artwork - Antiques - Collectibles


Partial Listing: Oak Sulky style work wagon, 1972 Professional Slate top pool table with balls/racks, 1930’s walnut china closet, slate top cocktail table, single ornate iron beds, Lg. Parrot cage, Franklin style Woodstove, Natural Fire Pellet stove, canes, Kid’s Buckboard style wagon body, Mantel clocks, Lg. white Swan decoy, Bryant decoy lamp, Beer advertising, antique tools & wood planes, penknives, PRR coin silver Police Badge, Conductor/Engineer’s pocket watch, 1927 Catalogue of the Centenary Exhibition of the B&O RR, matchbook cover collection advertisings - Buck Rogers - Joe Louis & more, old magazines, Civil War & World War II books, Depression, Fenton & Carnival glass, cut glass, crystal, stoneware crocks and jugs, Royal Doulton planter, art pottery, Head vases, original artwork by local & listed artists, signed & numbered prints, lithographs, etchings, posters, tintypes, photos, 2 bull’s-eye mirrors, frames, Corgi Fire trucks, 21 new Pool Sticks, 2 signed Unitas Colts pendants, Ted Williams & Joe DiMaggio framed card sets, baseball signed by Thompson, Ripken & Dempsey, Anri Reuge music box, 1,800 gal. Fiberglass water tank, well pump, White self-propelled lawn vacuum/chipper, Pickup truck tool cab., small power tools - saws - drills, etc., workshop towel wringer, toolboxes, Mountain bikes, shell Reloader, Bear compound bow, Razor scooter, Comic books, Sports memorabilia, Yamaha keyboard, pair Bass speakers, radios, record players, records, Vintage & Modern dolls, doll accessories, doll wagon, Children’s toys, Christmas decorations and much more. Preview online for updates & photos Inspection: Fri., Dec. 2nd, 3 P.M. to 5 P.M. Doors open 8 A.M. day of sale Terms: 13% Buyer’s Prem. 3% disc. for payments in Cash or check. Visa/MC accepted.

Preview: 10 A.M.


Large collection of mostly Lionel trains. Many rare pieces of postwar Lionel trains. Including 53 Rio Grande Snowplow Correct A OB. 1950 Lionel Anniversary Set. Rare 6014 Chun King Boxcar. 400 Bud Car OB. Large door and small door 2530 aluminum baggage cars. 54 ballast tamper. 6805 Atomic Energy Disposal Car OB. 2454 PRR boxcar with NO BABY RUTH. 2445 Elizabeth red stripe passenger car. 2440 series red strip passenger cars. 208 Santa Fe Alcoves OB. 1945 Version 224 locomotive and tender. Many other flying shoe items. 217 B & M Alcos. Many 2400 series passenger cars. 2500 series aluminum passenger cars. 2343 Santa Fe F3 Diesels AA. 2 congressional passenger cars. Steam locomotives such as 726 RR, 2046, 2025s, 675s, 666’s, 665, 2035s, 2020s, 671, and many other steam engines. Many other steam engines, and freight cars, and more accessories to be included! Modern era Lionel: Chicago and Alton passenger set, modern reproduction of Lionel anniversary set, New York Central passenger car set, Southern Crescent passenger car set, Blue Comet passenger car set, 18308 PRRGG1, 8610 Wabash Steam Locomotive with matching passenger cars. 8701 general steam locomotive with cars. B&O passenger cars. Hellgate bridge and Bascule bridges (New in Box). MTH Trains: Railking, Burlington pioneers Zephyr, Milwaukee Road Hiawatha, Union Pacific 49er steam locomotive. And other MTH items. Large groupings of signals. Many operating cars. Milk cars. Cattle cars, etc. Many other operating accessories.


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accompanied by certificates of authenticity, but it’s also been seen on modern noname glass purchased at major United States chain stores. The Fossilfly forums have a number of threads dedicated to fake signatures; these threads are important resources for buyers because they show the fake signatures and explain how they differ from authentic ones. Some collectors advise new buyers of Murano glass



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Many times (but not always) these designers sign their pieces. Since each piece is individually signed, designers’ signatures will never be exactly the same. However, Rowan said he has seen forged Murano artists’ signatures scratched into the base of generic glass pieces with a carbinetipped pen. This type of forgery is found mostly on vintage pieces, because newer pieces should also be


burn down, a major problem in a populated city. In 1291, the mayor of Venice ordered that all glass factories must move to the island of Murano in order to remove t h e threat of f i r e from the city. As a result, the island became filled with factories making glass. So while plenty of glass is made in Venice and other areas of Italy, no glass piece can be truly called “Murano glass” unless it’s made by one of the factories in Murano. Rowan points out that the issue of glass being deliberately misidentified as Murano is nothing new. “Sometimes labels can be intentionally misleading, they may say ‘Murano Style’ or just ‘Made in Italy,” Rowan said. “While close, this is not by definition Murano

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Go to any auction with colorful art glass, glass animals, or glass jewelry, and you’ll hear the word “Murano” being tossed around like cheap confetti. One thing I’ve learned is that just because glass jewelry is beautiful and has sparkling foil accents, or just because art glass has striking colors and artistic flair doesn’t mean either is Murano. But many auctioneers make that assumption, as do their bidders. Fake, replica, and lookalike Murano glassware is out there in abundance, and while some of these pieces are more easily identifiable, newer fakes are getting better and are therefore harder to spot, says Charlie Rowan, owner of Fossilfly Imports ( An importer of fine Murano and Italian glass and pottery, over the years Rowan has established one-on-one relationships with Murano artists and is an expert in the identification of authentic Murano and other Italian glass. His “Murano Glass and Italian Pottery Forums” ( rums/) give collectors an opportunity to share their knowledge and receive input from other experts on the authenticity of pieces they acquire. Murano glass is a much older product than many people realize and has a fascinating history. Back in the 13th century, Italian glass was made in Venice, but the factories would frequently


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and Fine Arts


9’2”x13’ Antique Ferreghan, From An Offering Of About 30 Rugs

On Monday at 2 P.M. we will sell over 200 stickpins from the collection of A. M. Brinckle, a traveling salesman of cut glass in the early 20th century who had an obsession with “scarf” pins. Many figurals including Arab men, Art Nouveau ladies, animals, birds, many opals, other precious and semiprecious stones, most set in gold. We will also sell about 50-100 lots of other estate jewelry including a 2 carat engagement ring, other diamond set items, 2 concho belts, much more! Tuesday’s session includes over 400 lots of 18th to 20th Century Fine and Decorative Arts, Works on Paper, Bronze & other Sculpture, American, English & Continental Furniture, Silver, Clocks, Watches & more.

L Marti Gilt Bronze, Champleve, And Sevres Porcelain French Mantel Clock, Rhinestone Encrusted Dial And Front Panel, Dial Marked Shreve, Crump, & Low, Boston, 17” Tall

Artist List to Include: Brandywine Valley: George Cope, Paul Scarborough, (2) Ron Dembosky, Anthony Autorino, (2) Brett Anderson Walker, Charles Jay, many more local artists. Other American: (8) Seymour Zayon, (8) Andrew Turner, Brian Petro, David Y Ellinger, Hillier C Kendall, Arthur Vidal Diehl, Edmund D Lewis, and more! English/European: 18th C. Continental School, Old Master Copyist, Adam Frans van der Meulen, Adolf van den Velden, Keith Shackleton, L. Sadikova, others. Works on Paper: George Braque, Salvador Dali, Gordon Grant, Itzchak Tarkay.


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British School, 18th/19th C., O/C, Portrait Of A Man In Ruffled Shirt With Blue Cravat Holding A Theatre Mask, 36”x29”

Marilyn Monroe Silkscreen By Bert Stern From A Collection Of Over 200 Hawaiian Shirts 79 Pcs. Of Tiffany & Co. Gilt Sterling Silver Flatware In The “Kings” Pattern, From An Offering Of About 75 Lots Of Estate Silver

Hammered Metal Arts & Crafts Smoke Stand “Salome With The Head Of John The Baptist.” o/c, Old Master Copy, Signed “Eugenio A..., 20 Via Ponte all ..., Florence” verso, 56”x45”

From An Extensive Offering Of Herend Rothschild Bird Pattern Dinnerware From A Group Of 4 Sculptures By Feliciano Bejar, Mexican/ American, 1920-2007, Magicscope Sculpture, 4 Graduated SemiCircular Panels, Largest 281⁄2” D

Tiffany Studios Bronze Floor Lamp Base, With 2 Others By Oscar Bach, Other Antique Lighting

British School, 18th/19th C., O/C, Portrait Of A Man In Red Jacket Holding A Snuff Box, 32”x251⁄2”

Inlaid Rosewood 19th C. Etagere

French Blue Opaline Candelabra

Bronze Ships Bell From The SS OreTitan, 1955, Part Of A Larger Group Of Nautical Items.

2 Bronze Death Masks, “Beethoven” By Willy Kauer, The Other Unsigned

Continental Carved Oak Cupboard With Beveled And Mirrored Top Section

Japanese Bronze Turtle, From A Selection Of Asian Sculpture, Porcelain, Ivory

141⁄2” Round Abraham Lincoln Bronze Portrait Plaque, Unsigned

From A Suite Of MOP Inlaid Asian Parlor Furniture In The French Taste, Other Asian Style Furniture.

Steinway Model O Grand Piano, c. 1904, Recently Rebuilt

Brass, Copper, & Cast-Iron Binnacle From The CM Hammar, Goteborg, From A Group Of Nautical Related Items

An Italian 4 Drawer Bureau, From A Large Selection Of Continental And English Furnishings, 18th To 20th C. American, Georgian, And Continental Furnishings As Well As Some Arts & Crafts And Mid-Century.

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MOP inlaid Asian Cabinet


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Victor D. Brenner, American, 1871-1924, Bronze Plaque Of Abraham Lincoln

Marklin Gauge 1 Tin Locomotive, Tender, And 2 Cars, From A Select Group Of Toys


12 - - Antiques & Auction News — December 2, 2011

President Theodore Roosevelt’s Presentation Colt Pistol To Be Offered At Public Firearms Auction It appears that Rock Island Auction Company has saved the best for last. The quality assembled at RIAC’s December 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 2,700 lot auction in Rock Island, Illinois, is truly stunning from start to finish. They are proud to present one of the rarest and most sought after Colt firearms this December, the finest “B”

Company marked U.S. Walker Model 1847 Colt Revolver known. This truly stunning example is one of the headliners of this auction and reflects its quality with a pre-auction estimate of $300,000 to $600,000. The Colt Walker was the foundation for a relationship between U.S. Military and Colt Firearms, a relationship

which still exists today. Nearly all of the Colt Walkers saw heavy use in the Mexican War and of the 1,100 produced, only approximately 240 survive today, many of

which are in relic state, making the condition of this piece a true historic treasure. This is far from the only noteworthy Colt in this auction. An extraordinary Ainsworth

Inspected, Company K, 4th Cavalry Marked, Colt Single Action Cavalry Revolver, is expected to bring $100,000 to $250,000. From the collection of noted Colt collector

C.D. Terry comes the only three known factory engraved documented Colt 1871-1872 Open Top Revolvers from the 1876 Centennial celebration (Continued on page 13)



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Furniture, Depression Glass & Collectibles 1500 Paxton Street,

(PREVIEW 12 NOON THRU AUCTION) BOOKS: 100s antique to modern; Signed incl. RARE Ltd. 1st Ed. Ballet A. Brodovitch; R. Avedon; Of NY & Day of Paris A. Kertesz; Salute Thirties Horst; 1st Ed., The Secret Paris 30’s Brassai; First Editions incl., Out of Africa I. Dinesen; Art incl. J.S. Sargent; Hassam; Warhol; Picasso; Photography incl. Man Ray; Avedon; Munkacsi; Steichen; Architecture incl. Phila.; Greek Rev; Fashion incl. Vogue; Harper’s Bazaar; Poiret; Chanel; Garden incl. design; botany; horticulture; guides; Antique incl. 2 vol. 1788 Lettres Amer; 2 vol. 1756 Prose E. Poesie; 1759 lg. folio Life of Edward Earl of Clarendon; Dore illus. Dante’s Purgatory & Paradise; 1912 2 vol. Brandywine W.W. MacElree; Novels incl. 25+ Henry James; Vict. children’s; collector & reference; vint. fashion mags.; art exhibit & auction catalogs. EPHEMERA: Advertising: Pioneer Seed incl. Semore Selmore doll & grain bags; 1906 Grand Union yardlong calendar; mint Coca-Cola playing cards; Pepsi Carrier; Vict. trade cards & souvenir pamphlets; Paper: Early flip book; postcards incl. albums, holiday, RP Newville; WWI & WWII posters, broadsides & photo books; early 19th C. Dean’s Museum of Mech. Wonders pamphlet; Conn. Rev. War docs.; 18th & 19th C. deeds & almanacs; vint. ballet & sports prog.; fashion ads & sketches; Photos: Large collection original photos of Samuel Kuhnert (1897-1976), noted Camp Hill aerial photographer; CDV album w/CW; Other: 101 Ranch handkerchief; stereocards; Bruning-Wallace parallel motion protractor; Autographs incl. Herbert Hoover; J. Wilson; J. Edgar Hoover; Louise Dahl-Wolfe; Hedy Lamarr; Alice Faye. SPORTS COLLECTIBLES: Baseball cards: 100s vintage Topps 1957-1962 incl. Yastrzemski rookie #148; football cards; Original baseball art by Tim Swartz; Warren Pratt; Rit Lastarza; Kevin Daly. Babe Ruth incl. satchels; Wells Motor steering wheel; cigarette case; unused award plaque. Signed balls incl. Tony Gwynn; Brooks Robinson; Willie Randolf; JSA Cert. 1949 Phila. Athletics & 1976 Pittsburgh Panthers team balls. Signed mini-helmets incl. N. Ryan; R. Clemens; K. Griffey Jr.; S. Sosa; J. Bagwell. Signed pictures incl. Pitts Crawfords Negro league team signed poster; Y. Bera; A. Palmer; Joe Paterno; W. Spahn; Catfish Hunter; G. Perry; T. Watson; M. Oher. Frantz tin litho The Great American Baseball Game. J. Dempsey signed mini-gloves. Ephemera incl. 1940 Cincinnati Reds World Series unused ticket; House of David Whiskers baseball team broadside; 1933 Harvard varsity letter certificates; Sweet Caporal, Coca-Cola & Chesterfield posters; calendars; early baseball & football photos; early 20th C. framed college sports quilt & Harvard, Yale, Princeton team prints.

The finest factory engraved documented Colt Model 1871-1872 open top revolver with ivory grips; one of three known.

The finest B Company marked U.S. Walker Model 1847 Colt revolver known.



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MULTI-ESTATES ANTIQUE AUCTION WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7TH AT 3 P.M. Preview: Tuesday, December 6th 12 Noon-7 P.M. | Wednesday, December 7th 12 Noon-3 P.M.

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Auction Features: Vehicles: 1999 Toyota Corolla w/82,703 miles, 1986 Ford Econoline Emergency Vehicle w/69,620 miles; Handguns, Rifles and Bayonets: Japanese Nambu WWII, Iver & Johnson .32 cal. DA Revolver w/Holster, 8mm French Revolver Model D’Ordonnance w/Holster, Iver Johnson .32 cal. DA Revolver w/ 21⁄2” Octagonal Barrel, Victor 32 Rim fire, .36 cal. Black Powder Navy Model (Made in Italy), FN 32 Fabrique Nationale w/Nazi Waffenamt, “Budapest” Long Rifle, Winchester Model 52B Target Bullet Shot w/28” Barrel w/Scope Blocks & Factory Steel Butt Plate, Berlin 1916 German Long Gun, .303 cal. Short Mag. Lee Enfield No. 4, .22 Short Lee Enfield MKIV Training Rifle, Bayonets, WWII Helmets; Quality Modern and Antique Furniture: 7’x71⁄2” Oriental Lacquered Breakfront China Closet w/Beveled Glass Doors, 5’3” E. Howard & Co. Boston Walnut Clock Case w/Dial, Walnut Nakashima Type Headboard and Base Cabinet, Asian Pierced Carved Teak 3 Panel Changing Screen, Victorian Sidelock Tall Chest w/Gallery & Glove Box, Mahogany Turned Post Canopy Bed, Walnut Gothic Revival 10 pc. Dining Room Set, Federal 2 drawer Shaving Mirror, Smith & Hawkin Slated Teakwood Bench, Civil War Era Lap Desk & Folding Chairs, Mission Oak Child’s Rocker, 681⁄2”x45” Gilt Framed Beveled Mirror, Ivory Figural and Elephant Inlaid Coffee Table, Antique Green Painted Wo oden Wheelbarrow, Pine Schoolmaster’s Desk, Early Raised Panel Hanging Wall Cabinet, Ornate French Clock with Porcelain Inset Panels, Oblong Marquetry Inlaid Victorian Style Coffee Table; Large Quantity of Signed Artwork including: 9”x13” Abstract Watercolor by Stuart Egnal (1940-1966), Two 151⁄2”x121⁄4” Watercolors Bullfight Scene by J.L. Rey Vila, 151⁄2”x111⁄2” Oil on Canvas “The Catch” by Mario Galanti; Antiques and Collectibles: 29” Green Pottery Oil Jug, Quantity of Roseville, Rookwood, Large McCoy Green Mixing Bowl, Bennington, and others; Standard Gauge Lionel Trains incl. Locomotive #384E & Tender #512, Cattle Car #513, Caboose #517 w/Original Boxes, Rare Exotic Large Butterfly and Insect Collection in Shadowboxes, Large Collection of Stamps, Currency & Coins - U.S. Fractural, Confederate, Proof & Mint Sets, First Day Covers, Stamp Albums; Jackson Electric Guitar signed by Members of MEGADEATH w/Case; Antique Trumpet in Case, 16” Figural Mantel Clock Gebrüder Spring Stuttgart, HEINTZ Sterling on Bronze Vases, Pair of 7” Japanese Cloisonné Vases w/Silver Bases & Rims, Asian & African Carved Masks, Painted Chinese Soapstone Figural Dragons Sculpture, Orrefors Vases, Antique Quilt and Indian Blankets, Quantity of Asst. Coffee Table Books incl. Artwork, Artists, World History Books and more; 13 Volume Leather-bound Burton Holmes Travelogues c.1917, Large Collection of Dolls incl. German Bisque, LENCI, Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs Set c.1937, Vintage Vinyl Snoopy Dolls, Collection of Beatles Albums, Books and Collectibles, Vintage Papier-mâché Jack O’ Lanterns, Vintage Shirley Temple Collectibles, 100+ 1970’s-present Toy HESS Trucks, Vintage “Raleigh Sport” English Bicycle, 3” Jointed STEIFF Teddy Bear w/tag and so much more! This is only a partial listing; please check Wilson’s for more information! Auctioneers & Appraisers Join our E-mail List for weekly e-mail updates! Follow us on Facebook and Twitter! Terms: Cash, PA Check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Debit. First time buyers: Check payments accepted only if accompanied by bank letter of credit. 15% Buyer’s Premium Gallery 610-358-9515 *Please Note all items must removed from our gallery within 48 hours of sale.


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FURNITURE (12 Noon): 150 Lots: Antique & Modern; Leather Sofa; Sectional Curio & Stratton Bookcases; Bernhardt Sideboard; Kittinger Dining Table; La-Z-Boy Settees & Sofa; C.R. Laine Federal Style Settee; Sets Dining Chairs; Grand Rapids Nesting Tables; Brinks Safe; Hitchcock Chairs; Jasper Cabinet Drop Front Desk; Gov. Winthrop Desk; Drum Table; Council Craftsman Block Front Chest of Drawers; Hanging Corner Cabinet; Jewelry Cabinet; 2 Lane Cedar Chests; Mirrors incl. Iron Framed; Set of Ebersol Painted Plank Bottom Chairs; Sligh Grandfather Clock; Melodian: Geo Prince Buffalo NY Rosewood Case; Wurlitzer Piano; Lighting: Chandeliers; Floor & Table Lamps; Rugs: 20+ incl Room Size & Scatter; Chinese; Sarouk; Hand & Machine Made. ART: Framed Prints & Paintings; G Harvey; Brystrom; F. Swan; Burnett; Maxfield Parrish; Tapestries; Prints on Canvas; Posters; many more. COLLECTIBLES: 3 Lladro; Nippon; Noritake; 10+ Byers Choice Figurines; Roseville; Weller; Snoopy Bobble Head; Penny Toys; Antique Dolls incl. Bye-Lo; Cut Glass; Teddy Bears; S.P. Spooner; Piqua Ware Skillets; Lenox; Asian Ceramics; Hermes Brush; Pompeian Bookends; Disney; B. Potter Figurines; Hummels; 2 Doorstops; Cast-Iron Planes; Zippo Lighter; Dinnerware: Franciscan White Dogwood; Wedgwood Queensware; Mikasa Merrick; Haviland Bavaria. DEPRESSION GLASS COLLECTION: 150+ Pcs. Incl. many great patterns in green, pink & amber; Pitchers; Biscuit Jars; Cov. Butters; S&P, 60+ Reamers; Fire-King; Morgantown; Tinkerbell Stems; More! VINTAGE CLOTHES & FURS: 1920’s Dresses; Vintage Coats & Hats; Fox Jacket; Ranch Mink Coat (val. $8,500); Kimonos; More!


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in New York City, the finest of which carries an estimate of $150,000 to $250,000. Quality does not miss a beat moving to Curio and Relic Colts. Extraordinary and Historic, Impeccably Documented Factory Presentation, to standing President Theodore Roosevelt’s Colt 1902 ideal stocked semi-automatic pistol will also be a centerpiece of this auction. The pistol features gold inlaid “T.R.� initials and is complete with factory documentation and direct personal correspondence from President Roosevelt referencing this pistol and is expected to bring $150,000 to

1125 Arnold Avenue, The only known prototype flat loading gate 24-inch barrel Winchester Model 1866 Saddle Ring Carbine.

$85,000) leads the over 70 Colt Derringers. Carbine Williams 1911A1 “Floating Chamber Prototype� is expected to bring $30,000 to $50,000. Over 650 Colts will cross the auction block, all of which are expected to be in high demand. The complete evolution of Winchester from Volcanics to Model 70’s are sure to draw collectors of every level. Thirteen Volcanics including a large frame Smith &

Extraordinary Factory Presentation, to a Standing President, Theodore Roosevelt’s Colt Model 1902 ideal stocked semi-automatic pistol with gold “T.R.� inlaid initials with factory documentation letter.

$225,000. The finest and most diverse assortment of Colt Woodsmans from the William “Bill� Neal Collection highlighted by an exceptional Gough factory engraved Colt First Series Pre-Woodsman pistol with original box and documentation ($25,000 to $45,000). An outstanding factory engraved London agency cased pair of Colt Third Model (Thuer) Deringers with Ivory Grips ($55,000 to

Wesson lever action magazine pistol ($35,000 to $60,000), as well as three New Haven Arms lever action carbines are featured. With ten Henry Rifles including an extremely rare documented iron frame Henry ($85,000 to $160,000). Over 125 lever actions rifles including Prototypes, factory engraved, and presentation rifles from Model ‘86’s to Model ‘95’s will all be fea-

Extraordinary Ainsworth inspected, Company K, 4th Cavalry marked, Colt single action Cavalry model revolver.

tured. A documented Paris Exposition Universelle, Grand-Prix Champion engraved gold and nickel Winchester Model 1873 Carbine signed by John Ulrich is expected to bring $35,000 to $75,000. Model 21’s as well as over 30 Model 70’s round out the impressive offering of quality Winchesters. In September the Putnam Green Collection set four world records. This December will be the final chapter of this historic collection of rare, high condition, and historical U.S. and German Military. The only completely original prototype Walther Model KPK semiautomatic pistol ($50,000 to $90,000) spearheads this installment. Other notable firearms from this collection include a 1902 DWM Luger Carbine Rig with matching shoulder stock, ammunition, and “VL&A� Chicago marked leather case ($25,000 to $40,000), and an extraordinarily rare Walther, prototype “Armee-Pistole� with original walnut shoulder stock/holster ($40,000 to $70,000). Along with the incredible firearms are many extremely scarce, original owners’ manuals and advertisements that were normally discarded by the original owners. Much of the ephemera items in this sale from the Putnam Green Collection are rarer than the guns themselves. Civil War arms from both the North and South make up

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a large section of this auction with over 80 carbines and examples of high conditioned Confederate long arms. Not only quantity, but quality will also be showcased with an incredible variety of manufactures and rare variations which are rarely seen together (Continued on page 18)


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ECLECTIC ESTATE COLLECTIONS AUCTION WED., NOV. 30, 2011 12 NOON A Collection of Overseas Decorative Arts from Africa and Asia, Nice Hummel Collection, Fine Gold and Sterling Jewelry, a Doll Collection from the 1930’s1970’s, Toy Collection from the 1960’s-1970’s, Ephemera, Pedal Cars. A Hair Salon closing including Jeffco salon chairs, pedicure, massage and facial equipment. This is a very nice, varied sale of quality goods!!! The collection of Clara Rosenbaum of Lancaster, PA She traveled many countries in Africa and Asia from 1955-1978. Hundreds of pieces from Turkey, Vietnam, Guinea, The Congo, Niger, Burundi, Kenya and Tunisia. An unusual, worldwide collection of fine, decorative arts. Featuring: African wood figural carvings, African spears, Turkish copper and brass metalworks, quality Middle Eastern rugs. Large woven baskets, artworks, weavings. Elephant foot tray, small brass figurines. A large Hummel collection mostly from the 1950’s and 60’s!!! Including Hummel plates and Nativity set. Fine jewelry including Victorian pieces, 10k and 14k gold, many gemstone and diamond rings. Nice sterling silver too! Dolls of every description from a local collector’s estate. Composite, bisque, plastic types, lots of older accessories. At least 100+ dolls! Toys from the 1960’s-70’s including board games, race sets, blocks, many boxed games in their original packaging. 12 piece set of 1939 World’s Fair spoons, silver-plated U.S. State spoons, Denmark-Hans Christian Andersen spoon set. Nice, quality silver plate. Three blue decorated Minton plates. Lots of postcards and old ephemera. Nazi photo postcard and photos. Hubley painted flower basket doorstop, rare Hubley Grey Rock Automotive advertising 2 piece eagle ashtray. Please visit for updated photos & details. Preview Tues., Nov. 29 12 Noon-4 P.M. and on the day of the sale from 10 A.M. until the start of the sale. AUCTION LIC. AY001987






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1915 Pan Pac Octagonal $50 Gold PCGS MS-65

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Auction by Dr. JR Palmer Estate

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MON., DECEMBER 5, 2011 AT 1:00 P.M. LOCATED: Indoors at the LEESPORT FARMER’S MARKET BANQUET HALL (8 miles North of Reading) just off Rt. 61 at the


1937 Team Signed Detroit Tigers Ball with LOA Morgan Silver Dollars -1894 BU, 1889-CC ANACS EF-40 Peace Silver Dollars -1921 NGC MS-66, 1923-S NGC MS-65 SOME FEATURES INCLUDE: 1955 Double Die AU-55, 1937-D 3-Legged Buffalo MS-62, Complete Mercury Dime Set, 1795 Dollar w/ Flowing Hair, large selection of rare Morgan and Peace Dollars, over 100 BU Silver Dollar Rolls including rare dates (1882-CC, 1883-CC, 1889-S, 1891-CC, 1897-S & 1899), over 80 Gold Coins, 1915 Pan Pac Octagonal $50 Gold, a Large Grouping of Chinese Panda Gold Sets & over 100 Limited Gold Commemorative Sets from different countries. Many MS-66 Coins. Silver Dollar Rolls, mostly original BU Rolls. Rare Trade Dollar Set. 1902 National Bank Notes, #5 Uncut Sheet, PCGS 69, Tyler, Texas







North end of FURNITURE: Golden oak sideboard w/brown marble top, cherry & walnut drop leaf tables, high dry sink, round oak pedestal table w/6 pressed back chairs, 2 pc. walnut corner cupboard, high oriental claw ft. secretary desk w/matching chair, sm. oak 2 door bookcase, oak medicine cabinet, sm. oak stand w/door & 2 drawers. CLOCKS: Walnut 6’ Westminster Grandmother chime clock, oak Regulator school clock, marble mantel, brass carriage, cuckoo, brass & marble clock in dome, floral porcelain clock. GLASSWARE - CHINA - LAMPS: Hanging floral kerosene light w/prisms, floral Gone w/Wind oil lamp, grape pattern lamp, bronze lamp w/pink globe, 50 pcs. “Cleopatra� Ironstone dinnerware, Blue Willow, Flow Blue - transferware, caster sets, umbrella holder, Majolica leaf plate, many bisque - chalk - porcelain figurines, cruets, Peachblow, Fenton, cups/saucers, cut - pressed - blown glass, England china, svc. for 10 Japan dinnerware set, gold edge stemware, Dresden ballerinas, kerosene lights, knickknacks. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Oriental rug runners, floral woven rugs, bronze figures, floor lamps, sterling, silver plate, pewter, costume jewelry, (2) gold railroad pocket watches, souvenir spoons, spice box, wdn. bucket, pitcher pump, C.I. kettle, old utensils, cookbooks. MISC.: Snapper 121⠄2 HP mower (like new), Gibson 5 HP snowblower, Murray 20� push mower, alum. ladders, woodworking hand tools, garden tools, furniture refinishing items & other misc. items too numerous to mention. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Approx. 6 Hour auction w/nice clean antiques & collectibles. TERMS: Cash or PA check, day of auction. SALE FOR: GLORIA REPPERT ESTATE Jeff Dorko, Atty. AUCTIONEERS: KENNETH P. LEIBY (PA L#AU00541-L) / BRIAN GELSINGER (PA L#AU0005528) 610-562-3929 - - I.D. #5718

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to make sure the “colors are correct;� however, Rowan said this is only an advisable method of identification for experienced collectors once they become very familiar with a particular artist or company. Rowan said that while the issue of fake Murano glass is a “huge problem,� most of it is “tourist class� glassware, with much of it being made in China and sold in Venice. In fact, just last year, Italian police seized eleven million fake Murano pieces that had been made in China and were being sold in Venice. Some of the pieces had Murano labels affixed to them, and some were mixed in with authentic Murano glassware. The estimated value of the seizure was $16 million. The head of Venice’s financial police, General Walter Manzon, said

he estimates that about half of the glass sold in Venice is not even made in Italy, according to a June 25, 2010 AFP article. Contemporary Murano glass is required to be accompanied by a certificate, but from the early 1900s through the 1980s, most pieces carried no label or signature, so buyers need to know what they’re looking at; the best education is to read books and forums, gain a hands-on familiarity with authentic Murano glass, and ask questions. According to

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Featuring: Estates of Henry Hild Greensberg, PA, Miller Gladwyne, Moore Wyndmore, Robert Walters, Newtown Square, Julius Zeldin, Margate & Florida, Vintage Jewelry Collection of Doris Hill & Flora Roberts of Abington. George Woltz Tall Case Clock, Furniture, Lalique, Roseville, WWII Posters and Books, Paintings, Diamond Rings, Vintage Cameo Collection, Quilts, Country Items, Transferware, Glassware and more. FURNITURE: Cherry One Piece Raised Paneled Corner Cupboard, Tiger Maple Wishbone Dresser, Mahogany Butler’s Desk with Bookcase Top, Cherry Sheraton Dresser, Highly Decorated German Blanket Chest, Several one drawer stands, all styles, one with paint decoration, Empire Dressers, Empire Sideboard w/columns, Diminutive Painted Blanket Chest, Green Painted arrowback Settee, Early Worktables, small Sheraton Server, Fancy Chairs and Rockers, Piano Stool, Several Drop leaf Walnut Tables, Schoolmaster’s Desk, Trunk, Victorian Chairs, Fancy Victorian Mirrors, and other Walnut Mirrors, Old Globe, Rare Desk Trunk, Paint Decorated Arrowback Chairs, Olympic 25 Cent Slot Machine, Thomasville Dining Room Set, Wonderful Small Curio Cabinet, Rope Beds, Pine Bench Table, Windsor Chair, Carpet Rocker, Thonet Table, Marble Top Washstand, Three Male Mannequins Signed Greneher Fiberglass 6’ Tall, Early Treadle Sewing Machine, Set 10 Oak Gothic Highly Carved Chairs, Child’s High Back Oak Bed, more! CLOCKS: Walnut George Woltz Hagerstown, MD Tall Case Clock, 8 day, Norman Rockwell Four Freedoms Grandfather Clock, Sessions Banjo, Jenny Lind, Pillar and Scroll, Gingerbread, Marble, Figural Clock Toppers, etc. QUILTS: Repeating Star, State Birds, Velvet Victorian Crazy Quilts, Quilts Tops, Many Early Coverlet, Blue and Red, Red, white and blue, Chenille Spreads, Linens, and several other quilts. JEWELRY: Lady’s 3.86 Ct. Basket Set Diamond Ring VS 2, H Color, Round Center stone 3.2 ct. Surrounded by .66 Ct. Side Diamonds, in platinum, Lady’s 2.25 ct. Oval Cluster dinner ring, color H1, Lady’s 1.35 ct. old cut round diamond GH Color Diamond Tiffany setting, Collection of Incredible Victorian Cameos elaborately Carved, Art Nouveau Ladies, Brackets, Earrings, more. TOYS: Structo Windup Racer, Arcade Model T, Horse and Wagons, Tootsietoy Roadsters, Comics, and more! ART: Peasant Painting after Metsu, Arthur Hutchins Chromo litho National Sportsman, C.N. Hickok Landscape, Glier Portrait of Child, Wallace Nuttings, many early Currier and Ives, other paintings, some in very early frames. ANTIQUES: Collection of Roseville, Candlesticks, Pine Cone Vases, Water Lily, Dogwood approx. 19 pcs., Blue Decorated Crocks: Williams & Couch, New Geneva, PA, Williams & Reppert Greensboro, PA, John Burger Rochester, Floral Blue Decorated, Flow Blue Pitcher & Bowl, Masonic Collection: Carnival Glasses, Dishes, Three Handled Cups, Ribbons, Sword, Tobacco Jar, Capo-di-Monte Vases, Lamps, Davenport Cyprus Transferware: Collection Teapots, Dishes, Serving Plates, Cups/Saucers, Two Thirteen Piece Fish Sets: German and Austrian, Wedgwood: Golden Ivy, Old Staffordshire, Belleek, Canton Dishes, Lenox Platters, Royal Bayreuth, Ruby Glass, Milk Glass, Fenton, Noritake Coffee Set, R.S. German, Flue Covers, Student Lamp, Cake Plates, Cherry Boy, All sizes Crocks, Redware, Bennington, Tinware, Candles, CI Dog, Buckets, saddles, Painted Trays, German Steins, Scales, Meerschaum Pipe, Brass Bucket, Oil Lamp Collection; Many early Lamps, Figural, Floral, wonderful selection. Three Piece Girandole Set, Cast Iron, Glass Compote Collection, Doorstops, Van Teal Acrylic Sculpture, Lalique Figures, Dishes, French Glass Vases, Lion, Bailey, Banks & Biddle Limoges, Stenciled Trays, Wooden phones, Early Kitchen items, Coffee Grinder, Collection of Creamers, Cranberry Glass, Accordion, Mink Coasts, Silver Plate, Meissen, Needlepoint Pictures, Soldier & Cast Andirons, Cement Sheep, Leather Riding Boots, Top Hats, Oyster Plates, Pair Gothic Revival Iron & Slag Hanging Lamps. BOOKS & EPHEMERA: Old Philadelphia Wall Map 1860, Magazines, Scrapbooks, Soldiers of Civil War, American Conflict Battlefield, Grant Personal Memories by USS Grant, Washington, Garfield, and more, Trade Cards, Rare Grouping of World War II Posters. MILITARY: German Banner 12x5, German Uniform ID Poster, German and English helmets, helmet shaped inkwell, Large bore SXS hammer gun, . 22 Target Rifle, fraternal swords and regalia and hats, .33 Winchester Rifle Single Barrel. 12% Buyer’s Premium, 2% Discount Cash or Check.


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COLLECTIBLES: WWII Japanese Silk Flags, Babe Ruth Token, George Washington Watch Fob, German Steins, Iorio Accordion, Davy Crockett Child’s Rocker, Ludwig Snare Drum, Early Kitchenware, 1952 US Medical Blanket, Bessie Pease Gutmann Prints, Fishing Reels, 1926 PA License Plates, Sausage Stuffer Table Lamp, Old Steam Gauges, Metal Western Statues, Ladies’ Vintage Hats, 1950’s Tablecloths/Napkins, Collector Swords, Military Electronic Cases. CLOCKS, Stangl Pottery, Royal Doulton Toby Mug. TRAINS & ACCESSORIES: HO 20+ Vintage Engines & Rolling Stock Most Boxed, Mantua MIB, Spectrum Passenger Cars, Rivarossi Log Cars, AHM, Lionel Steam Shovel, Nickel Plate Engine, Tyco, Bachmann, Athearn Railroad Police Cabooses, PRR Electric Engine, Marx Freight Train Set, KLine Freight Cars, Lionel Prewar Cattle, Freight, Dorfan Orange Boxcar, American Flyer #812 Switcher, Vintage Train Sets, Atlas N Gauge Set, HO Mogul Set, Hobbyline HO PRR Passenger Set, Tyco HO Rock Island Line Electric Set, Many Packaged Accessories (Track - Switches - Rerailers), Plasticville, Walthers, Model Power, Faller, Cox, Many Vintage N Gauge Cars/Track/ Accessories, Vintage Train Books, 1940-50-60’s Lionel Catalogs. COUNTRY STORE ADVERTISING: Sunshine Beer Bubble Clock, Tin Coca-Cola Sign, Horlacher’s Cardboard Stand-Ups, Steven’s Cole Co. Tin Sign Trevorton, PA, Kohler’s 5 Cent Tin, Neon Coors & Bud Lights. EARLY TOYS: Ohio Art Tin Standing Gallery, Lindstrom Tin Racer, Tootsietoys, Cast-Iron Cannon, Aurora AFX Slot Car Set, Early Board Games, Sega Dreamcast System, Sega Genesis Games, Super Nintendo Games. RAILROAD: Pinbacks, Wood Nickels, Postcards, Stocks. EARLY CHRISTMAS: Many Vintage Decorations, Snow Maker Table Tree, Bubble Lights, 41⠄2’ Alum. Tree w/Color Wheel In Orig. Boxes, Boxes Of Vintage Balls, Plastic Figures. GLASSWARE: Occ. Japan Figurines, Aladdin Kerosene Lamp, Homer Laughlin 66 Pc. China Set In Original Box, Pfaltzgraff. STAMPS: US Cancelled Overprints, Postage, Regular, Special Delivery UNC, Mixed German - Foreign, Airmail Singles. EPHEMERA: POSTCARDS: Perry County - Many SANTAS & Albums, Pinup Girl’s Ink Blots, Chandler Books. NEW ITEMS: X Files Figures, Books, Film Cells, All Seasons Of DVDs, Star Wars & Star Trek, Role Playing Games, NASCAR, Signed Baseballs, Collector Dolls, Dept. 56 - Lemax - St. Nicholas. RUGS: 91⠄2’x121⠄2’ Persian Rug, 8’x10’ Moroccan Rug. FURNITURE: Early Dry Sink w/Well, Early 4 Drawer Empire Chest, Early Double Lift Top Wood Box, Drop Leaf Coffee Table, Metal File Cabinet w/Safe, Wrought Iron Patio Furniture - Glass Top Table w/4 Chairs, Chaise & Chair With Cushions, Glass Top Tea Cart. BOX LOTS TO INCLUDE: Coleman Maxa 5000 Electric Generator, MTD 3/21 Snowblower, Many Tools, Households. FULL LISTING & PHOTOS - COIN & STAMP LISTS ON WEBSITE MANY WONDERFUL COLLECTIBLES!!! HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US!!!

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AUCTION SALE BILLS Fooled By Fakes AT A GLANCE: (Continued from page 14)

perspective. Rowan says this occurs primarily with abstracts and art glass birds. Nothing beats the keen, analytically experienced eye of a seasoned collector, but every collector, regardless of his/her experience level, makes a mistake now and then. One of the best ways to help ensure the authenticity of a piece is to get a consensus of opinions by joining collecting groups and participating in the Fossilfly forums. All photos courtesy of Charlie Rowan, Fossilfly Imports (

Signs of Fake or Replica Murano glass: 1. “Murano style” or “Made in Italy” labels. 2. Signatures scratched into glass with carbine tipped pens. 3. Fake red and gold “Made in Murano” labels are known. 4. Scandinavian glass being misrepresented as Murano. 5. Any seller’s claim that Murano glass is being produced outside of Italy. 6. Clouded glass, bleeding colors. 7. Misshapen fish or misplaced bubbles in | aquariums. 8. Crude signatures/signatures in incorrect places. Reference books and collecting groups are the best ways to keep from being fooled by fakes. Here are a few: Murano Glass and Italian Pottery Forum ( orums/); Venini. Catalogue Raisonné 1921-1986. Anna Venini Diaz De Santillana; Murano Magic: Complete Guide to Venetian Glass, Its History and Artists by Carl Gable; Murano Glass (19101970) Theme and Variations by Marc Heiremans; Italian Glass: Century 20 by Leslie A. Piña; Archimede Seguso: Mid-mod Glass from Murano: Lace & Stone by Leslie A. Piña.

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located at 643 Kriner Rd.,

FURNITURE: 1920’s wicker porch set; tall leg store pie safe; sm. Mission desk; gateleg table; ‘50s porcelain table & (4) chairs; wicker stand; oak & metal washstands; bookcases; plank chairs; Waterfall BR set; DR table & (4) chairs; orange deco chairs; pineapple twin bed; rd. oak table; set (6) oak chairs; settee; Ethan Allen cherry - twin poster beds, dresser, nightstand, etc.; open hutch cupboard; single bedding; sofa; oak desk & (7) chairs. VINTAGE/COLLECTIBLES/DECORATOR ITEMS: Lustreware; (2) standing slot machines; milk glass; cast metal figurines; Howdy Doody marionette; copper washboiler; Noritake/other china; lavaware; Oyster plates; butter molds; Waterford Crystal; Hummels; Austrian plates; books; Royal Doulton Lowestoft bouquet china; art & pressed/pattern glass; Violins (James E. Fegley Reading); costume jewelry; slag glass chandelier; Victor adding machine; National cash register; Chase chrome steam table; ‘50s wall mount bath scales; Zane Grey books; Dep. glass; Tombstone radio; spool cabinet; paintings/prints; Zenith 7-S-363 floor model radio; Columbia upright grafonola - D13577; 45 RPM/other records; (50) Longaberger®; ‘80s Hamilton Star Trek plates; sports card sets. FIRST DAY COVERS/COMMEMS./PLATE BLOCKS: Princess Diana (1997-1998) every country of issue; stamp albums; First Day Covers albums; US postal system comm. albums. POCKET WATCHES: Approx. (20) watches including Elgin, Waltham, Ingraham, etc. DOLLS: Approx. (40) including 14” S&H bisque shoulder head circa 1920; 15” bisque pocket head marked DEP1909 R4/0 A; 111⁄2” bisque shoulder head doll AM marked Lilly; pegged wooden doll 12” circa 1900-1910; 13” Skookum doll; 18” bisque shoulder head “Floradora Germany”; 16” Kathe Kruse plastic doll 1955; dried apple head dolls; numerous other dolls (some have damage). ORIENTAL RUGS: Nice selection of various rugs. PERSONAL PROPERTY: Noddy straw cutter; lots of bedding/kitchen/household items; treadle sewing machine; rotary mowers; cement mixer; David Bradley tractor plus attachments; garden jockey and more. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Will begin with general household, tools, furniture in rough in Back Gallery, then onto our Budget Furniture room at approx. 3 P.M., then to our showcased items in Main Gallery at approx. 4 P.M. dolls mixed in at 6 P.M. watches mixed in at 7 P.M. and better furniture at 7:30 P.M. Please check our website.


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MODERN ERA TRAINS In The Pavilion: Featuring the Estate of Franklin Jones of Dover, DE. Lots of new and Like-New Trains by Lionel, MTH and K-Line. Harry Potter Hogwarts Express set. Anheuser-Busch, LeBatt’s & Yuengling Train sets. MTH Reading Crusader. K-4’s Torpedo. PRR Madison Cars. NYC Mohawk Train Sets. Sinclair, Speedy, Mel’s Diner & McDonald’s. Lionel NYC Hudson, Blue Comet, Mikado, Chessie & Southern locos. 6464 Series Boxcar Boxed Sets. Std. ‘O’ freight cars. Stock cars, hi-cube, special edition & club cars. Carnival ride accessories. Operating cars & accessories. 224E & 2466 WX L&T. Weaver Baldwin Sharknose. Reading Crusader & 5 car passenger set. Williams TCA 25th Ann. GG 1 passenger set. Industrial freights. Atlas woodside reefers. TEXACO Planes, more than one dozen. Texaco Tugboats. Die-cast vehicles by Ertl, Eastwood, Winross. Disneyland Theme Park Structures & Monorail. Framed prints of planes & trains. Aviation books. HO TRAINS From the Rhoads Estate, Oley, PA In The Blue Room: The Fifth and final auction for the Rhoads Estate is a varied collection of high quality HO trains all of which are NOT brass. Trains by Athearn, AHM/Rivarossi, Bachmann, Con-Cor, IHC, Lima. Life-Like Proto 2000 E-6 & E-7 diesels in multiplicity. Mantua Old Time Civil War U.S. Military & Confederate Train Sets. W&ARR OT General set. PENN LINE PRR and other Rail Lines. Roundhouse, Stewart, Walthers. Foreign Manufacturers Like Marklin, Fleischmann, Lilliput, Triang Princess Elizabeth passenger set. N ga. Trains. HO parts. Books about Trains & RRing.

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ESTATE OF GEORGE A. EISENMAN George Was A Professional Photographer And Antique Collector Selling: Early Dimensional Painting Of Men Working On The Railroad, Print Of Georgia Courthouse With Ornate Frame, Victorian Walnut Shelf Clock, Crocks, Primitives, Art Nouveau Letter Holder, Hickory Shaft Putters, Boy Scout And Cub Scout Items, Lead Soldiers And Clowns, Cast-Iron Muffin Pans, Old Tin Fire Chief Car By Mar Toys, Old Rubber Fire Trucks Auburn, Porcelain Fish By Royal Dux, Many Cast-Iron Items Such As, Match Holders, Dachshund Boot Scraper, Victorian Heater Vents, #33 Enterprise Ice Scraper, Rodeo Bell, Mirror And More, Bird In Gilded Cage Music Box Made In Germany, Many Early Fine Books; Art, Photography, Wildlife, Novels, Literature, Illustrated Ice & Refrigeration 1892, And So Much More … Cast-Iron Bookends, Old Oil Cans, Tin Farm Animal Wall Hanging, Coal Scuttle, Old Movie Projectors, Large Watercolor By Dorothy Sturin, Paintings, Prints, Lithographs, Old Children’s Puzzles, Jolly Jingles Jump Ups, Old Wooden Block “A Million Faces,” Antique Percussion Double Barrel Pistol, Tin Biscuit Boxes And Other Tin Items, Bronze Figurines, Old Columbian Scale, Marbles, Old Milk Bottles Such As Cloverleaf Dairy, Pottstown, PA, Various Cameras, Glassware, China, Hand Painted Tiles, Clocks, Collection Of Old Brass Railroad Keys And B&O Railroad Lock, Old Glass Photo Plates 1905, Large Tintype, Old GE Fan With Brass Blades, Climax Cheese Grinder, 9 Pc. Dining Suite, Piecrust Table, 2 Section Oak Bookcase, 6 Ft. Victorian Claw Library Table, 5 Ft. Oak Bookcase, Wurlitzer Spinet Piano And So Much More… Terms For Personal Property: 10% Buyer’s Premium. Cash Or Check. Full Payment Day Of Sale. Real Estate: SELLING AT 1:00 P.M. Large 3 Story 4 Bedroom Single Home. Large Living Room With Keystone Fireplace, Sunporch, Dining Room, Kitchen, Basement, Gas Fired Boiler With Radiators, Garage And Fenced In Backyard. Terms For Real Estate: Property Being Offered Subject To Executrix Confirmation. $10,000.00 Certified Funds Due At Knockdown. Settlement In 30-45 Days. Please Go To ID#9683 For Photos And Updates.

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Morphy’s To Host Its Largest-Ever Auction Of Antique And Vintage Marbles Marbles are essentially miniature works of art in glass, and the number of collectors who are drawn to them just keeps on growing, said Dan Morphy, whose Pennsylvania auction house has become a virtual collectors’ clubhouse for the specialty hobby. On December 3, his company will conduct its largest-ever offering of marbles - a total of 762 lots. As has become the custom, the event is likely to attract a throng of collectors from several states, all keen to see what sorts of fresh finds have come out of collections for this particular sale. “We’ve had collectors come from as far away as California to attend our marble sales,� Morphy said. “Those who can’t attend in person - including the many Europeans who collect mar-

1952, when Baumann was a mere five years old. Baumann’s parents were antique collectors who enjoyed prowling through shops, but they worried about their son’s short attention span and wanted to think of a way to keep him occupied. The solution Paul’s dad devised was to give the boy a Onionskin Peacock lutz marble with mica, portion of his own 2-1/4 inches in diameter, ex Paul Baumann marble collection, collection, estimate $10,000 to $20,000. with instructions Morphy Auctions image. to keep an eye out bles - believes the December for similar types of marbles 3 event may very well gross during their shopping expediin excess of $300,000, noting tions. that several marbles are “That was what sparked a poised to reach $20,000 lifetime of marble collecting apiece.

and has been reprinted several times, with 44,000 copies sold in all. That’s unheard of for what was such a narrow specialty for so many years.� One of the most highly

prized pieces in the Baumann collection is a 2-1/4-inch diameter onionskin peacock lutz marble with mica. Its medley of colors includes purple, orange, yellow, blue,

pink, red, green, turquoise and baby blue; and as described in the auction catalog, it contains “large chunks� of mica and lutz. The (Continued on page 18)

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Christensen Agate No. 00 Guinea Marbles boxed set, believed to be the only extant example of this set, contains 13 blue guineas and 12 clear specimens. Provenance: John Early, marble grader for Christensen Agate Company, estimate $9,000 to $12,000. Morphy Auctions image.

bles - are always quick to sign up for phone lines or to bid via the Internet.� Morphy - himself a longtime buyer and seller of mar-

The renowned Paul Baumann collection is the auction’s centerpiece and comprises the first 430 lots of the sale. The collection was started in the summer of

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Antique Three Drawer Blanket Chest With Ogee Bracket Feet. Cross Buck Table. Victorian High Back Bed & Marble Top Dresser. Other Antique Beds. Washstands, China Closet. Barrister Bookcase. Spool Cabinet. Pen & Pencil Display Case. Vintage Postcard Rack. 6'x6' 1860 Phila. Vicinity Map. Quilts Antique Quilts To Include “Mennonite Star� From Ohio, Among Others. Good Selection Of Quilt Tops, Quilt Patches & Strips. Brilliant & Busy Antique & Vintage Quilt Scraps. Old Patterns. Comforts & Carriage Robes. Sewing Accoutrements. Tramp Art Sewing Machine, Sewing Box. Needle Cases, Thimbles, Darning Balls. Bunting. Load Of Barn Fresh Material From A Three Generation Homestead. Large Iron Rendering Kettle Sausage Press. Double Corn Sheller. Cast-Iron Cook Pots & Kettles. Coffee Grinder. Tomato Seeders. Wash Boilers, Butter Churn, Highchairs. Oak Arts & Crafts Rocker. Birdcage. 6 Vintage Bikes. 7 Plows, Drag Snowplow. Sleds. 20 Double Trees. Horse Tack. Also A Selection Of Antique Tools. Transit. Scales. Ford Tire Pump. Blue Decorated Crock. Antique & Vintage Postcards. Playing Cards. Ephemera. POLITICAL COLLECTIBLES: Early Campaign Plates. Glass Mug & Plates. 400 Vintage Pinback Political Buttons. 38 Carter/Ford Canes. Antique Prints, Incl. Currier & Ives. Advertising Tins. Wooden Crates, Boxes, Trunks. Locally Found Indian Artifacts. Baseball Uniform. Military Uniform. Baseball Cards. Cap Bombs, Pocket Mirrors. Cracker Jack Prizes. Hot Wheels Vehicles. Lionel Train Set. Christmas Village. Easel & Art Supplies. Craftsman 12" Band Saw & 10" Radial Arm Saw. Collection Of Die-Cast Vehicles In The Showroom. Preview: Dec. 6th From 4 PM-6 PM & From 8 AM Day Of Auction. 10% Buyer’s Premium. All Items As Is, Where Is. (AY001999)

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“UPSCALE AUCTION IN THE GALLERY” TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6TH AT 10 A.M. * DOORS OPEN AT 8:30 A.M. Early Preview: Sunday, Dec. 4th from 12 Noon-4 P.M. And Monday, Dec. 5th from 4 P.M.-7 P.M. 4644 ROUTE 309,


Just 6 miles north of Rt. 22 and Rt. 78 NOTE: EARLY START TIME FOR SMALLS 10:00 A.M.: 200+ Lots of Royal Doulton from “1” collection incl. vases, jardinières, planters, lamps, pitchers, urns, framed wall plaques, also many/various size R.D. “The Babes in the Woods,” Blue & white flow blue pcs. other marks include Slater, Watteau, Lambeth, 200+ pcs. Flow Blue china “Touraine” by Henry Alcott incl. large platter sets, many serving pieces and large china service * 4 pc. Tiffany sterling coffee/tea set * lg. Reed and Barton sterling flatware w/many serving pcs., 2 pc. Jensen sauce dish & spoon, 50+ pcs. Heisey, 100+ pc. Waterford incl. trays, sets, vases, pitchers, etc., 7 very Lg. Delft framed scenic wall plaques artwork (lg. pcs. have 12 & 15 tiles each - lg. as 26”x32”, 32”x28”, some are large single tiles) by Valkenburg, (2) L. Apol, G. Henkes, Bosboom, C. Springer, du Chattel, 10 Lg. Hummels incl. Century collection - 55 years, GOYA acoustical guitar made in Sweden circa 1960-C-10 model #114654, LeCoultre 15 jewel table clock, Vacheron & Constantine 18k - 18 jewel circa 1928 wristwatch, Bronica ETR-Si (medium format) camera, and much more!!! 50 lots Art including Jake (Ralph E.) Haversteick (Cowboy Artist), Berninger, A. Tompa, M.D, Gusztav Magyar Mannheimer, 26”x36” Image O/C by T.B. Griffin “On the Delaware” set in large very ornate frame, plus!!! 50 lots American Indian items incl. 18 lots pottery incl. Zia, Jamez, Nambe, Santa Clara Kachina dolls, sand paintings, watercolor, baskets, Yei Navajo rug, “Charlie” 26” bronze corn stalk w/Turquoise ear of corn, 10 early Decoys incl. folding canvas Brant by Carry-Lite Milwaukee, folding V-Board w/3 ducks Upper Bay Maryland, H. Haman Middletown Maryland - lg. cork body with carved head, General Fiber Co. Ariduk #601, Herters #1033 Snow Goose, Jacob Danz Co. St. Paul, Minn. 4 folding metal Silhouettes, K & W Decoy Co. sheet metal and stamped body, plus!!! 10:00 A.M. 2nd Auctioneer selling: 100 plus lots furniture incl. Daniel Christ, Kutztown 30-day tall case clock, Sligh grandfather clock, Ethan Allan, Henredon, Hinkle-Harris 7 pc. Dining Room, 5 Chippendale chairs, antique chests, oriental rugs much more!!! Also selling same day in adjoining gallery at 1:00 P.M. approximately 100 plus modern collector dolls (see website for details). Great Items arriving daily, check our web site for photos & updates.

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2 Of The Decoys

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1 Of 7 Large Delft Framed Tile Scenes

Many “Babes In The Woods” Royal Doulton Pcs.

Jake (Ralph E.) Haversteick (Cowboy Artist)

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AUCTION SALE BILLS and white, greatly honored to be auctionMORPHY’S AUCTION turquoise and turquoise, yeling his collection.â€? (Continued from page 16) low and white. Morphy’s marble auction featuring the Paul Baumann consignor purchased the mar- Graded 9.8 to 9.9, it collection will take place on ble over 50 years ago at a is cataloged with a Sale Time: 6:00 P.M. - Preview 4:00 P.M. Saturday, December 3, comhigh-end antique show in $3,000 to $5,000 Loc.: Lancaster FARM & HOME CENTER, 1383 Arcadia Road, mencing at 9 a.m. Eastern Chicago, paying $75 for it. Its estimate. Many collectors time. All forms of bidding surface is in “fabulousâ€? conU.S. GOLD, SILVER & PLATINUM COINS will be available, including dition, and overall, the marble pursue sulphide marONE oz. & One tenth oz. KRUGERRANDS live at the gallery, by phone is graded 9.7 to 9.8. In the bles, which contain U.S. COMMEMORATIVE SETS w/ GOLD COINS or absentee, and live via the December 3 auction, it is esti- suspended figures of U.S. PREMIER, PROOF & PRESTIGE SETS people, Internet through Morphy Many Morgan & Peace Dollars of Varied Dates, Indian mated at $10,000 to $20,000, animals, Head & Lincoln Cents & Early Coppers. CERTIFIED and Live (sign up at www.morwhich Morphy described as numerals, fantasy KEY DATE Coins, Seven Large Lots Of Sterling Silver Flatware. or PLUS “a very nice return on the con- characters or objects EXTRAS and Much More! of various types signor’s investment.â€? Terms: Cash or PA Check. Out-of-State checks accepted with previous For additional informa- account or prior approval. The only Christensen within the glass. The tion on any lot in the auction, ALL coins guaranteed to be authentic. No Buyer’s Premium. Agate No. 00 Guinea Marbles December 3 sale feaboxed set Dan Morphy has tures a wonderful Single pontil end-of-day marble, 2-1/4 call Morphy’s at (717) 335See #7416 for nearly complete list. ever seen is another highlight sulphide with the inches in diameter, estimate $3,000 to 3435 or e-mail serena@morAUCTION CONDUCTED BY: Reist Auctioneers, Lancaster, PA View the of the sale. The box contains figure of a court $5,000. Morphy Auctions image. Al Reist, Auctioneer AU-1637-L 13 blue guineas and 12 clear jester, or possibly a E-mail or call Al Reist, (717) 951-5088 that. Paul is one of the most fully illustrated catalog and Punchinello or respected and most knowl- all other auction information Punch character edgeable collectors in the online at www.morphyauc(from Punch and marble hobby. Morphy’s is Judy), seated with outspread legs. “This is one of the best figures we’ve seen in a sulphide,â€? said Morphy, who estimates it will sell for $2,500 to $3,500. Dates The sale con9:00 A.M. TO 3:00 P.M. tains not only rare, early marbles exhibiting the cre1:00 P.M. TO 4 P.M. ativity of past gener(DOORS DO NOT OPEN TILL (9 & 1) Sulphide marble with suspended figure ations of artisans, of a jester or possibly a Punchinello or but also a fine assortJust in time for a wonderful Christmas present for the collector in your life. Punch character (from Punch and Judy), ment of contempoestimate $2,500 to $3,500. Where - 141 North Church St., 17566 rary designs, with examples by Here it is. Gary’s collections that he assembled over the years all in one place. Gary was a specimens. The set was found desirable lifelong collector of not only toys & gas station memorabilia, he also collected antique in a trailer in Cambridge, Matthews and Beetem. Caterpillars and Trucks. Some of you may have known him from the Antique Truck or “We expect an exciting Ohio, and belonged to John Caterpillar Clubs. He was famous for helping anybody that asked for his help. He traveled in his Early, a marble grader for the day of bidding on December 64 GMC Crackerbox & 73 Peterbilt 357. The Cats & Trucks are all sold. Morphy said. Christensen Agate Company. 3rd,â€? Due to the large quantity of these items we’re having an Estate Garage Sale. Both collections in “Provenance from the In 9.6 condition, it is estimatone place. Priced to sell. Want do we mean by garage Sale? It’s being held in Steve Risk’s Baumann collection adds a garage where all items will be priced & on display for purchase. ed at $9,000 to $12,000. A rare and beautiful premium to any marble, and EXTENSIVE 500+ COLLECTIBLE TOYS. collectors are well aware of amber glass lattiPARTIAL LISTING OF MANUFACTURERS Brunswick • Cottonwood Acres • ACMOC - Antique Caterpillar Machinery cino swirl marble, Owners Club • First Gear • Ertl • Schield Bantam • SpecCast • Nylint • Tonka 1-5/8 inches in • Buddy L • Highway 61 • Toy Trucker • Structo • Kettendozer • Louis Marx diameter, has 14 • Hubley • Winross • Noscot • LeToureau • Revell • Hot Wheels • Johnny equally spaced Lighting • Matchbox. birdcage latticino Over 100 vintage Gas Station Signs & 150 vintage oil can collection bands just beneath Payment - Cash preferred or Local checks with ID. its surface. “This For information contact Steve Risk - marble is extremeGreat Collection with most in excellent condition. ly rare to find in Checkout pictures on Gary Risk Facebook. this size and condition,â€? said Morphy. Estimate: $4,000 to $6,000. Another rarity is the 2-1/4-inch single-pontil endof-day marble with two opposing red and white pan- Amber glass latticino swirl marble, 1-5/8 els and other inches in diameter with 14 birdcage latticibands, ex Paul Baumann collection, estiopposing panels of no mate $4,000 to $6,000. Morphy image. 18 - - Antiques & Auction News — December 2, 2011





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in one auction. Modern sporting arms in this condition and quantity are rarely seen especially at auction. Over 300 new-in-thebox sporting arms from Browning, Merkel, Mannlicher/Steyr, Ruger and Weatherby make this a must participate for any sportsman. High grade sporting arms also include a Cased engraved custom made Ivo Fabbri Over/Under side lock shotgun ($40,000 to $50,000) and an engraved gold inlaid presen-

tation AYA Model 10-89 magnum 10 gauge double barrel shotgun ($20,000 to $35,000). This auction has something for every level of collecting whether your collection needs a world-class centerpiece or a new-in-the-box sporting arm, or anything inbetween. Over 2,700 quality lots will be offered December 2nd, 3rd and 4th by Rock Island Auction Company with a full day preview December 1. To order a two-volume fullcolor catalog call (800) 2388022 or view the full catalog online at

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HARRISBURG, PA 17104 CATALOGED FIREARMS/MILITARY/SPORTING (200+ LOTS): COLLECTIBLE: Winchester: Mod. 92, 32-40, with Swiss Butt & Pistol grip, Mod 92 Takedown, Mod 92 Octagon, Mod 71, Mod 67’s, Others; PA State Police & LCB Duty Berettas; 40 S&W, clean with all accessories; PA State Police S&W Mod. 10 in Presentation Case; Wash. DC Metro Police, with Badge & Baton S&W Set; Colt: Pre-Woodsman .22, Official Police, Vest-Pocket, Peacemaker, Army Special; CS Shattuck Invisible Defender pistol. SPORTING: Rifles by Marlin, Remington, Winchester, Savage; Shotguns by AH Fox, U.S. Military Philadelphia A Grade 12 ga. Double, others by Remington including Special Edition Gold inlaid 870 Wingmaster; Ithaca 37’s; Iver Johnson & Manhattan Arms. MILITARY: US Springfield 30-40 Krag; Eddystone 1917’s; German Mauser 98’s & others; Japanese & German Training Rifles; Nazi Marked P-37 pistol and other captured Hungarian, Austrian pistols from WWII. HANDGUNS: Ruger: Service Six .357, Early pre MK1 Standard; Springfield Armory XD-9 with case, holster & accessories; H&R .22’s; Walther PPK. ANTIQUE & BLACK POWDER: Remington, US Sporting and Argentine #1 Rolling Block Rifles; John Shell, Dauphin County Kentucky Rifle with Silver and Brass Inlays; Thompson Centre Hawken Rifles; Shiloh Sharps .54 Cal BP Paper Cartridge Repro; Kentucky Rifles; Pietta and Armi San Marco Army and Navy BP Revolvers A.N.I.B. SWORDS & KNIVES: US Ames Mod. 1832 Artillery Sword with Belt & Scabbard (2); Ames 1840 Pattern Presentation Swords; Confederate Civil War Sword; Japanese Katana WWII Era in Military Mounting & NCO Swords; other US and European 19th Century Dress & Presentation Swords; Nazi Luftwaffe Dagger & SA Dagger; Bayonets from many countries; Solingen Hunting Knives; pocketknives by Case, others. MILITARY COLLECTIBLES: Nazi items incl. Flags, Uniform badges, Tunic, helmets, Gorget chain, ephemera incl. classified photos, Captured Heinrich Himmler Calling Cards with provenance, Nazi Hindenberg & propaganda postcards; US Military, Civil War through Present: Civil War Soldier’s Bible, Civil War Kepi and buttons, WWI & WWII Uniforms including US Marine Corps and US Navy complete with archive papers; German Regimental Stein. SPORTING/FISHING: Orvis Vintage Split Bamboo Rods 1970’s (3); Orvis Reels incl. Featherweight & Early CFO IV; Hundreds of hand-tied assorted flies; Complete fly-tying outfit including vises; Columbia trout nets; complete clean tackle boxes with tackle by Orvis, LL Bean; Antique Fish Decoys & turtle decoy weight; Rendezvous type knives; Black Powder Accessories incl. antique alligator skin possibles bag & powder horns; signed scrimshawed 20th C. powder horn; Franklin Mint “The Sportsman’s Chess Set� NIB. ARTWORK: Original Gerald Putt gouache, ducks in flight; Original R. Jenkins watercolor, geese; Set of 12 Duck Stamp prints, with work by G. Putt, Ned Smith, Sopchik and others, framed & mounted #3711/7380. NON-CATALOGED MILITARY/SPORTSMAN (100+ LOTS): Ammo; gun cases; military items incl. uniforms, parachute; ephemera lots; books; footlockers; clean fishing items including nice modern spinning, baitcasting, and fly-fishing rods by various makers; Vintage outboard motors by Johnson, Evinrude, Sears; old decoys; BB guns; pocketknives; other sportsman’s items. Live, Absentee, Phone & Online Bidding - Online Catalog & Bidding by Proxibid Visit for photos & more details. ALWAYS SEEKING QUALITY CONSIGNMENTS - CALL ANYTIME Sponsored by Harrisburg Hunters & Anglers Association David Cordier, 15% Buyer’s Premium (10% to the room). Terms: Cash, PA checks, AU005321 money orders. Out-of-state checks w/prior approval. VISA & MasterCard with 3% surcharge. Food concession by Taste of the Nations. 717-731-8662 FFL #8-23-041-01-3J-04477 All Transfers Done On-site





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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.

WANTED- DANA GIRLS Mystery Books 1950’s- 1960’s or later, call 717-484-4092.

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.

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

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,

I BUY RUSSIAN & Polish Samovars. May also buy other Russian antiques (silver, brass, porcelain, paintings, etc). Please send photos & asking price: Attn. Igor, 14814 Palmerston Sq., Centreville, VA 20120, 301-919-2798.

ALWAYS BUYING PHOTOGRAPHS, Archives, Albums, Snap-shots, Collections. Call Jim 800-872-9990.

KEYSTONE TELEPHONE COMPANY of Philadelphia Wanted. Telephones and related items, signs, telephone books. Call Andy, 732-986-2637 or

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.

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.

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.

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

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. BUYING & SELLING Beautiful Vintage Clothing 1800’s-1950’s Men’s, women’s & children’s, hats, shoes, purses, jewelry, old frames & paintings, call Suzie at 610-913-7415 or Renningers Adamstown, door 65 on Sundays. CARNIVAL, CIRCUS, FREAKS, Sideshow, Fairs, Amusement Parks, Coney Island, Nude Photos, Fireworks, Pinups, Strippers, Burlesque, Auto Thrillshow. Nostalgia Enterprises, Box 300, Lockport, NY, 14095. 716-433-9418. COMIC BOOK COLLECTIONS. Contact me for FREE Appraisals if you wish to sell your comics or just determine their current value. I’ll provide you honest recommendations based on three decades experience and will assure you receive the fairest and highest prices whether it’s 1 book or a 1,000. Call Ed 215-351-5392 or email

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more dealers showing than in many years. It was a buyer’s delight as every form of milk glass was available for purchase. The afternoon offered a new venue where attendees could rotate through four presentations. That event was a very well received addition to the programs. The convention concluded with the Saturday evening banquet. After the delicious meal, four speakers shared slides of their

HIGHTSTOWN E. WINDSOR N.J. Historical Society is holding an Antique Show March 31, 2012, interested dealers please call 609-213-1717 or email I BUY ANTIQUE & Vintage Sewing Button collections. Also Military and Uniform buttons, top prices paid, call 717-344-4506

TIFFANY DESK PIECES, lamps, glass. Bill Holland 610-470-5925 or Renningers Sunday Antique Market, Booth A-53, Adamstown, PA 8am-1pm. email 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

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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.

AARON TO ZWILLING, Autographs to Uniforms, Vintage Baseball Items Wanted. Jim Murphy 610-623-8077 ADVANCED COLLECTOR PAYS Top Prices. Older Better. Toy Trains, Bats, Gloves, Uniforms, Trophies, Photo’s, Balls, All Sports, Philadelphia Athletics, Yankees, Ruth, Cobb, Cards, Whole Collections. Tom Kaczor, 267-243-2379. 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. TIRED OF EBAY? Sell your Sports Cards and Memorabilia to a Collector. Ken Domonkos 848-448-4709,

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

MAPLE HIGH POSTER full size Bed circa 1880, $1,200. 8’ Walnut tier Mirror with marble shelf 1880, $1,200. 9’ Walnut Hall Rack with marble shelf & drawer circa 1880, $2,000. 10’ mahogany Etagere with marble table circa 1890, $3,000. Walnut gooseneck Sofa with wing feet circa 1820, $2,500. Walnut 6 drawer Chest lots of inlay Italy circa 1790, $2,000. 4’ crystal glass 10 arm Chandelier $2,000. Lg Oak China Cabinet with horizontal & vertical curve glass circa 1920, $1,500. Handel Arts & Craft Table lamp signed shade & base no chips, no cracks, perfect, $4,000. Handel Boudoir table Lamp sign shade & base $1,500. Karastan oriental Rug 10’x18’ Sarouk pattern 785, $2,500. Or best offers. Must pick up in Maryland 410-437-0620, 410-266-3119.

SIEGFRIED WENG ART Exhibit/ Sale, Zionsville Antique Mall. THE ART PRESENCE. Ziegler’s in the Country, Hershey, PA.

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

FOR SALE- Variety of Vintage Photographica: photographs, early photography magazines, 8mm projectors and cameras, slides, and more. Phone 717-625-4310 SELL OUT 50YR. Collection- 30,000 items, enough inventory to stock lg. Antique Shop. Bargain price. Also 1966 Vintage Ford Truck. VA Collector 276-694-5279.

VINTAGES CLOTHES & Estate Jewelry at Contented Cat Antiques, 2108 Marietta Ave, Lancaster, Pa. 717-517-7901 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. 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

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

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.

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.

I BUY OLDER TOYS & TRAINS please call Marty 301-753-4959 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. OLD TOY TRAINS, collector will pay generously for well-kept (1900-1970) Lionel, Flyer, Marklin and Ives, trains & accessories. Dr. Bob 215-348-0944 PURCHASING CLOSE-OUTS- Please call Barry McKeon Cell: 610-506-5961, or email:

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