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2690 Stratford Road, PO Box 369 Delaware, Ohio 43015 P: 740-362-4771 F: 740-363-0164 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.garths.com
ECLECTIC AUCTION ~ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2010 BEGINNING AT
PREVIEW TIMES: Monday, September 27 – Wednesday, September 29, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Thursday, September 30, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Friday, October 1, 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. ITEMS FROM The Collection of Eldin & Sherry Ehrlich of Lincoln, Nebraska;. Judy Recknagel of Mermaid’s Tale, Amherst, Ohio; The Collection of Ruth I. Curry of Lorain, Ohio; as well as select consignments from: Ohio, Florida, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, West Virginia, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona, Kentucky and California.
TERMS: Cash, Check, Visa & MasterCard Accepted 17.5% Buyer’s Premium Absolute Auction, ALL ITEMS SOLD ‘AS IS’ Lunch Counter Available ONLINE CATALOG AVAILABLE via w w w. g a r ths.com LIVE INTERNET BIDDING AVAILABLE via www.garthslive.com For your convenience, we will be able to answer your questions about specific items and take your absentee bids by phone until 8 a.m. Friday, October 1. Email inquiries: email@example.com or call (740) 362-4771. Amelia Jeffers, Auctioneer Steve Bemiller, Auctioneer Dave Pritchard Jr., Auctioneer Auctioneer’s Note: Garth’s Auctions follows all Federal Firearms Regulations
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GLASS, PORCELAIN & CHINA: Victorian art glass inc cut velvet & serpent coil toothpicks; silver inlaid; Webb vase; Amberina plates; Burmese shaker; Ver de Soie; pitchers; cruet; cut inc Hawkes & Libbey; pattern inc Frosted Lion, Westward Ho & Jacobâ€™s Ladder; phoenix; Meissen; Dresden; tea leaf; pink luster; Haviland; candelabra; Royal Doulton figurines & character mugs; cobalt; childrens tea sets; Delft; silver overlay; Rose Medallion; Heisey punch bowl set; paperweights inc Lundberg; Wes Hunting vase; Herend; carnival; sets of china; Wedgwood Flying Cloud, Lenox Blue tree.
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FURNITURE: plantation desk; lolling chair; wingback chairs inc black leather; secretary bookcases inc Henredon; servers; one & two drawer stands inc Hitchcock; dining room suites inc Hekman; oak side by side bookcases; sideboard; long bench; blanket chests; chests of drawers inc Harden; Victorian marble top tables; tilt top tables; curio cabinet; drysinks; partners desk; painted furniture inc cottage bedroom set, chairs, jelly cupboard & benches; large bar back w/ granite top; corner cupboards; writing bench; lecterns; oak high boy; stacked bookcase; wicker courting chair; sewing stands; sofas; hall tree; mantle; chairs inc wingbacks; long bench; card tables; candlestands; nesting table; Kittinger two piece bookcase.
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ART & ARTWORK: Oil on board & canvas inc Leslie Cope & Emerson Burkhart; watercolors inc Clark & Harvey; Currier & Ives prints; silhouettes; framed historic documents; samplers; painted trade signs; carved mirrors inc concave & Chip style; Leroy Neiman serigraph; paintings on porcelain; Limited Edition prints inc Harvey, Hulings & Moss; lg paintings after Picasso & Degas. MISCELLANEOUS: Heintz vase; cloisonnĂŠ; roller organ; telescope; stereo viewer & cards; dress form; globe; canes; architectural fragments; old photographs; postcards inc Halloween; violin; traffic light; Dore Gallery book; military medals & badges; leather bound books; Advertising inc Coke & Carnation trays, tobacco, tea & spice tins, display cases; Coca-Cola wall clock; wood duck decoys; cast iron scales; baskets; tin kitchen primitives; brass kettle stand; cloisonnĂŠ; tole; bent wood boxes; wood kitchen items; coffee grinders; wood trencher; spice cabinets; document boxes; pewter; Victorian bird cages; militaria; spelter statues.
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CLOCKS: Tall case inc Howard Miller & Sligh; mantle clocks inc Seth Thomas, Boardman & Wells & Ansonia; wall clocks inc New Haven. LAMPS & LIGHTING: table lamps inc Pairpoint, Plume & Atwood, Gone with the wind; oil lamps; brass chandelier; floor lamps; hanging hall light; candlesticks. STERLING & SILVER PLATE: Sterling inc silver bar; International julep cups; shakers; candlesticks & candelabra; Gorham dishes; trays; misc flatware; tea set; Alvin cordials; flask; silverplate; sets of Sterling flatware inc Gorham Buttercup, Strasbourg & Camellia; Whiting Keystone; Towle Old Master & Carpenter Hall.
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QUILTS, TEXTILES & RUGS: appliquĂŠ quilts; coverlets; Oriental style rugs inc roomsize.
POTTERY & STONEWARE: Burley & Winter umbrella stand; vases inc Weller Eocean, Roseville, Gustavsberg & Rookwood; McCoy; Mosaic Tile Co; Oriental style; Weller Jardiniere & pedestal; contemporary redware; Stoneware inc; NY Stoneware Co; Nichols & Boynton & Whites Utica.
JEWELRY & ACCESSORIES: Paul Buhre 14k gold wristwatch; pocket watches inc Elgin; costume; button hooks; compacts; necklaces; cameo brooches; beaded purses.
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DOLLS, TOYS & CHILDREN'S ITEMS: Lenci Indian character dool; bisque head dolls inc Tete Jumeau; Schoenhut wood doll; Madame Alexander dolls; tin wind up toys inc Marx & Lehmann; Kenton Overland Circus set; Lionel Mickey Mouse hand car; William Tell cast iron bank; Steiff bears; pressed steel trucks inc Buddy L; Shirley Temple doll; dollhouse; Tootsie toy doll house furniture. COINS: 1849 & 1858 gold coins; Soviet coins; Susan B. Anthony; commemorative half dollars; silver Walking Liberty. FIREARMS: revolvers inc Remington, cased set dueling pistols; long rifles inc Springfield, Winchester & Spencer.
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...the kids are back in school, a quick trip to the grocery reminds me that Halloween is frightfully close, and Thanksgiving and the holidays will be here before we know it (at least the retailers would like for us to feel that way). It's also that time of year, when we are reminded to get out and vote, with popular media highlighting all things political. All the commercials, political messages and debates have made me think: what would happen if we rallied the antiques industry around a political campaign (of sorts)? A quick brainstorming session here at Garth's generated a few slogans. We aren't the only ones looking for a way to hook more folks on the benefits of buying antiques, art and collectibles. One of our favorite messages ("Antiques are green!") has found great favor within the trade, but has yet to catch the larger wave of mainstream America. While a stronger voice for the industry as a whole would certainly be helpful to the cause, we maintain that the history of the American antiques market has been based in a grass roots effort - and, although the methods of communication have changed and become more technology-based, the industry is destined to grow and prosper through a successful return to those grass roots. In that vein, we invite you to "Be a Collector & Bring a Collector". Introduce some friends to the idea of buying antiques by: passing along your trade papers and magazines after you have read them; bringing them to an auction or antique show (a cheap alternative to a day at the mall or going out to a pricey dinner); and showering them with propaganda - articles abound on the environmental and economic benefits of buying antique and vintage.
This fall, we're adding a little fuel to your arsenal: for a limited time (and through the holidays), we are offering a BOGO deal on our catalog subscriptions. Here's how it works: buy a catalog subscription for yourself, get one free to give to a friend or relative who you think might be interested. Prefer to stay online? Give both subscriptions away, and continue to receive our updates via email.
Whatever the approach, rejuvenating the market is in everyone's best interest. But, keep in mind - no one's going to want to join us if we all seem like a bunch of worry warts and complainers. Keep it simple and keep it fun:
Cheers, Amelia & Jeff Jeffers
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“(The client’s) decision to consign quality period pieces to Garth's was a wise one. A New York City or New England auction house probably wouldn't have gotten a penny more for the majority of pieces, and the Ohio furniture and coverlets definitely wouldn't have brought as much as they did here." ~ David Hewett, as reported in Maine Antique Digest
It’s easy to read between the lines. Call us to find out why Garth's is the best choice for a no-nonsense, straightforward consignment experience.
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