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Case Antiques, Inc. June 30, 2012 6/30/2012 LOT #

LOT #

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Cardinal Cherry Syrup Dispenser Early "Cardinal Cherry" ceramic syrup dispenser with molded leaf and stem decoration and red-painted cherries. Embossed lettering and gilt highlights around the foot. AET CO stamp on the base. Note: Cardinal Cherry was a product of J Hungerford Smith Company of Rochester, New York, used to make fountain soda drinks. 8 3/4" H x 8 1/2" Dia. Circa 1900-1910. Condition: Overall excellent condition with minor flakes/exfoliation to the painted red cherries, rubbing to gold gilded highlights. A couple of interior spider hairlines do not show on the outside of the dispenser, missing original pump. 3,000.00 - 3,500.00

653

Lot of Dolls & Furniture, over 25 pcs. Lot of Dolls & Furniture, over 25 pcs. 1st item Grouping of porcelain and composition dolls including four (4) marked "Germany", two (2) small boy dolls in Asian attire, two (2) unmarked dolls with gilt paint, one (1) 5" "storybook" doll and one (1) 11" Putnam "Bye-Lo-Baby" with composition head and sleepy eyes. Size range - 1 1/4" L to 11" L. 2nd item - Grouping of cast metal doll furniture, mostly "Tootsie Toy" and a "My Pleasure" miniature harmonica marked "Made in Germany", housed in the original box. 17 pieces total. Condition: 1st item - Bye-Lo-baby noisemaker not working, no clothing. Others overall good condition with various expected wear. 2nd item - All pieces overall good condition with expected wear. 250.00 - 350.00

650

Glass Gum Jar and Vaseline Teaberry Gum Stand Lot of two Country Store gum advertising items. 1st item: Vaseline glass Teaberry Chewing Gum stand, rectangular pedestal form. Molded mark on all pedestal sides for Clark's Teaberry Gum. 3" x 7" x 5". 2nd item: Colgan's Taffy-Tolu glass chewing gum jar with decorative top. 10" H x 5" W. Condition: Item 1: Excellent condition. Item 2:Excellent condition. 200.00 - 300.00

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Early 1900s Alabama Indestructible Black Doll Alabama Indestructible doll, black version, made by the Ella G. Smith Doll Company (operating 1899-1925). Molded and painted head and ears, molded mitten style hands and blue stocking shoes. Ella Smith was the first doll maker in the South to manufacture black dolls. Made after 1919. 13 1/2" H. Condition: Overall good condition with wear and paint lost to head, primarily to top. Losses to nose. General wear to limbs and overall grime. 1,000.00 - 1,200.00

655

Collection of eleven black dolls A collection of eleven (11) African and African American cloth dolls including one Early African American folk art doll, thin black cotton muslin body with cotton hat, boots and clothing outlined in red stitching, with stitched face and red crocheted string in one hand and tin foil earrings. Probably Southern, late 19th to early 20th century along with other folk art rag dolls, golliwogs and pairs of dolls, most with hand made clothing and accessories, dating from the early to mid 20th century and measuring 10"-16". Provenance: private Nashville, TN collection. Condition: Overall good condition, some doll clothes having small holes or missing accessories. 200.00 - 300.00

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Oak countertop display case Country store oak countertop display case with hinged, slanted glass top and glass front, notches numbered 1-12, possibly for sewing items, 6"h x 14"W x 6"D. Condition: Very good condition. 100.00 - 150.00

Oak and curved glass countertop display case Diminutive country store oak and curved glass display case, possibly originally for chewing gum, with beaded top edge, molded base and hinged mirrored back door (blank marquee). 7"H x 15-1/2"W x 9-1/2"D. Circa 1900. Excellent condition. Condition: Excellent 300.00 - 400.00

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Case Antiques, Inc. - June 30 2012 Auction Catalog  

Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appaisals June 30, 2012 Auction starts at 9:30am Eastern and will be held in the historic Cherokee Mills buil...