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O C T O B E R 21 & 22, 2017


PLEASE NOTE: BIDDING IS NOT AVAILABLE IN THIS CATALOG. This digital catalog is only for viewing the items included in this auction.

To bid on any items you see in this catalog, visit www.MorphyAuctions.com and click on bidding.


SOLD $113,775

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SOLD $45,510

SOLD $287,500

SOLD $253,000 SOLD $153,750

Quality Collections

SOLD $61,500

Fresh to the Market.

SOLD $88,800

SOLD $54,000

denver, pa | las vegas, nv SOLD $2,530,000


Welcome to “Welcome to Morphy Auctions, the finest auction destination for fresh to the market collections. My staff and I are committed to exceeding your expectations at every point of contact, as well as helping you reach your collecting or selling goals. Integrity, respect, and honesty are the pillars of our business. And our experts and gallery professionals are the finest in the industry. I am confident that you will be pleased that you entrusted your collection to Morphy Auctions. I know that you have many buying and selling options and sincerely appreciate your business. We look forward to assisting you and welcome your inquiries anytime.�

Dan Morphy President & Founder

Quality Collections Fresh to the Market.

SOLD $84,000

SOLD $55,000

With an emphasis on fresh to the market collections, Morphy Auctions is the perfect venue for buying and selling with total confidence.


About Us Dan Morphy President & Founder

Morphy Auctions in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania & Las

Vegas, Nevada, has become one of the great success stories of the antiques trade. Founded by Dan Morphy in 1997, Morphy’s has realized meteoric growth and set numerous auction world records in many categories, while attracting a global following of buyers that grows exponentially with each successive sale. Our goal is to provide the best overall buying and selling experience for our customers. With one of the largest under-roof auction houses in the country, the Morphy Auctions east coast headquarters spans over 45,000 sq. ft. The building is customized to meet the growing and changing needs of the antiques industry. Our west coast location in Las Vegas, NV has recently undergone extensive renovations and facility upgrades. Upon entering either of our locations you will notice an inviting customer service area conveniently staffed with full-time, knowledgeable employees and antiques experts who are happy to assist you. Whether you visit us on the east or west coast, Morphy Auctions takes pride in providing you with quality antiques, professional service, and an enjoyable consignment experience. Morphy Auctions has a team of experts to assess your collection and assist you in every step of the consignment process. Our expert team is listed at the end of this catalog and includes specialists from all collecting categories, including: advertising, coin-op, toys, cast iron, dolls, fine and decorative arts, jewelry, firearms, plus many more. With our headquarters located in Denver, Pennsylvania, our proximity to Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., makes us easily accessible to potential auction bidders and consignors. Similarly, our west coast location in Las Vegas, NV makes us easily accessible for those located in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sacramento.

SOLD $64,575

Morphy Auctions is grounded in the values of honesty and integrity. We continue to be the discriminating collector’s #1 choice when it comes to buying or selling antiques.


Consigning With Us SOLD $21,600

SOLD $96,000 Colt 1909 #11 SOLD $105,000

SOLD $15,600 SOLD $44,500

MORPHY AUCTIONS offers a wide range of categories from Tiffany to mechanical banks, specializing in “fresh to the market” collections. We work hard to create a welcoming atmosphere that encourages optimal financial results for our consignors. We are committed to taking the utmost care in handling the items, giving our consignors the personalized attention and dedicated staff support they deserve, and making every auction a high-profile event in every sense. From the extended preview to the prime auction location and professional advertising and marketing campaign, it’s easy to see why your collection should be entrusted to the experts at Morphy’s.

We never cut corners, and to ensure proper attention is given to each collection, a minimum of four months’ lead time is required for all consignments. All consignments are entered into a custom-designed inventory system and auction database in order to ensure proper documentation and inventory tracking. Throughout the entire process, all auction items are fully insured, from the moment we take possession of goods until ownership has transferred on the date of sale.

“We have known and dealt with the Morphy family for the past 25 years. We have always found the whole family helpful and welcoming. Dan is a driving force and energetic personality who will professionally represent your collection in the marketplace.With the close support of his whole family, you can be confident that you and your collection will receive direct personal attention. You will always enjoy a friendly welcome and be assured that you will be treated fairly. The result will be a great auction experience.”

SOLD $143,750

SOLD $7,800

- John & Adrienne Haley, United Kingdom

SOLD $46,000


Our

Facility

At Morphy’s it’s not just about the business; it’s about the experience...

Morphy Auctions is proud to serve our west coast customers. Our Las Vegas location specializes in coin-op & gambling. However, we will often hold auctions of other categories in this facility; including, but not limited to: Firearms, Advertising, Automobilia & Petroliana. As a service to our customers, the Morphy Auctions team of experts will evaluate your consignment to determine which location will best serve the needs of our consignors and buyers.

Our customers love to attend our Las Vegas Auctions! In addition to the excitement of the auction, they also get to experience the fun and excitement of Las Vegas!

SOLD $317,200

SOLD $108,000

SOLD $213,500


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Terms & Conditions We advise all bidders to read the Terms and Conditions of the Sale before bidding with Dan Morphy Auctions LLC and/or its affiliates Morphy Firearms LLC, and Morphy Auctions, Las Vegas collectively referred to below as MORPHY’S. Those who bid are bound by those Terms and Conditions of the Sale, as amended by any oral announcement or posted notices, which together form the contract of the sale between the successful bidder (purchaser), MORPHY’S and the seller (consignor) of the lot.

TERMS OF SALE

When bidding on any lot offered by MORPHY’S, the bidder indicates acceptance of the following Terms of Sale. Any participation in the auction binds you to agreement of these terms whether or not you read or understand said terms.

CONDITION OF ITEMS

MORPHY’S makes every effort to accurately describe all items offered in its sales, however all items for sale are “as is,” and it is the bidder’s responsibility (present or absentee bidders) to determine the exact condition of each item. MORPHY’S will not be held responsible for typographical errors. Neither we nor the consignor, make any guarantees, warranties, or representation, expressed or implied, in regard to the property or the correctness of the catalog or other description of the authenticity of authorship, physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, provenance, exhibition, literature or historic relevance of the property or otherwise. No statement anywhere whether oral or written, shall be deemed such a guarantee, warranty or representation. Prospective bidders should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size and whether or not it has been restored. It is the bidder’s responsibility to initiate contact with Morphy’s in request for additional information regarding the items. Submit all questions regarding upcoming auction items at least 48 hours prior to the date of auction. We will make every effort to answer all submitted questions in a timely manner. However, we cannot guarantee that questions submitted within 48 hours of the auction date will be answered prior to the auction. The consigner and we make no representation or warranty as to whether the purchaser acquires any reproduction rights in the property. Returns will not be accepted under any circumstances. All items will be available for preview approximately one (1) month prior to the auction. All items are sold for display purpose. If electrical, mechanical, or other working parts are inoperable, even if working at the time of sale, we are not liable due to the inherent nature of the age of these antiques and items. Submit all questions regarding upcoming auction items at least 48 hours prior to the date of auction. We will make every effort to answer all submitted questions in a timely manner. However, we cannot guarantee that questions submitted within 48 hours of the auction date will be answered prior to the auction. AUTOMOBILES – These terms do NOT apply to our automobile auctions. To view the terms and conditions for our Automobile Auctions, please go to: www.morphyauctions.com/autoterms FIREARMS – These terms do NOT apply to our firearms auctions. To view the terms and conditions for our Firearms Auctions, please go to: www.morphyauctions.com/firearmterms GAMING DEVICES - MORPHY’S may hold these items for up to 5 business days to allow state agencies to verify the purchaser’s information. All auction participants are urged to check the legality of possession in and/or shipment of gaming devices to their state of residence. Ownership of gaming devices is prohibited in these states: Alabama, Connecticut, Hawaii, Nebraska, South Carolina, and

Tennessee. If you become a high bidder on a gaming item, and you are from one of the prohibited states as listed here: • You must pay for your item, • You will not be able to take possession of the item (MORPHY’S cannot ship it to you or allow pickup), • MORPHY’S will consign the item in your name to the next appropriate auction. If you do not pay for the item in full, MORPHY’S will block you from participating in future auctions. Any gaming device purchased at the auction shall be used for the purpose of display or social entertainment within the private home or residence of the buyer, and such devices shall not, in any event or manner, be exposed to the public for the purpose of gambling or be resold in the state of Nevada without a gaming distribution license. Proof of residence/ID is required for purchase of gaming devices. FIREWORKS – MORPHY’S can only ship Class 1 Division 1.4 and 1.6 Explosives (as described in the following website: http:// environmentalchemistry.com/yogi/hazmat/placards/class1.html) per the 49CFR 173.50 and can only ship these via FedEx. All items not shippable must be picked up by the buyer. GOODS MADE FROM OR CONTAINING MATERIALS FROM PROTECTED SPECIES - MORPHY’S does not accept any responsibility or liability for the sale of items containing materials from protected species or for any omission in marking or labeling goods as containing materials from protected species. Such material includes, but is not limited to, ivory from elephants and walruses, tortoise shell, crocodile skin, whalebone, rhinoceros horn, some species of coral and certain woods. Restrictions on the importation, exportation, sale, transfer, and/or possession of goods containing materials from protected species derive from international, federal, and state laws and regulations promulgated thereunder. Laws include, but are not limited to, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Flora and Fauna (CITES), the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and the Marine Mammals Protection Act (MMPA). States currently restricting trade of protected species include, but are not limited to, California, New York and New Jersey. Prospective purchasers are on notice that several countries completely prohibit importation of property made, all or in part, of protected materials. Some countries require special permits, such as a CITES permit, from the relevant regulating authority in the countries of exportation and importation as well. Potential purchasers intending to import the property into another country should be familiar with the relevant customs laws and regulations prior to bidding on goods containing material from protected species. Regulations may vary as the U.S. generally prohibits importation of articles containing material(s) from species it has designated endangered or threatened if the articles are less than 100 years old, subject to certain exceptions. It shall be the potential purchaser’s sole responsibility to research and satisfy the requirements of any laws and regulations that apply to the import and export of property as described in the aforementioned paragraphs. All purchasers agree to comply with any and all domestic and international restrictions on the trade of protected species as a (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions condition of the sale. Please note that the ability to obtain an export license or certificate does not ensure the ability to obtain an import license or certificate in another country, and vice versa. It is the purchaser’s responsibility to obtain any export or import licenses and/or certificates as well as any other required documentation. MORPHY’S is not able to assist the purchaser in attempting to obtain the appropriate licenses and/or certificates, and there is no assurance that an export license or certificate can be obtained. The inability or delay in obtaining permits, licenses or other permissions to import or export goods containing material from protected species will not constitute a basis for rescission or cancellation of the sale of said goods or the delay in payment of purchased items in accordance with these Bidder Terms and Conditions. JEWELRY AND WATCHES • Jewelry Descriptions and Condition Reports: Lots being offered are sold as-is on the day of sale. Condition reports, either written or verbal, are provided as a courtesy only, and are not to be taken as fact or guarantees of condition or quality of the lots. All information provided is the opinion of the specialist at MORPHY’S, including but not limited to weights, grades, color, and clarity. All gemstones and diamonds are measured and graded in their setting unless stated otherwise. All weights and grades are approximate. Buyers wishing to have a grading or gemological report from an independent, internationally recognized laboratory, such as the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) or the American Gemological Laboratories (AGL), may request one at their own expense or hire an independent adviser of their choosing. • Watch Descriptions and Condition Reports: The physical characteristics, timing accuracy or functionality of timepieces cannot be guaranteed, and all items are sold as-is. o Any condition statement reflects the condition of the watch on the date of the report. Condition can change from the time of the report to the day of sale. o Photographs are for identification purposes only. Buyers may not use them as precise indications of size or condition. o The origin or authenticity of all components cannot be guaranteed. o Watches with waterproof or water-resistant cases – Morphy’s may open cases to develop descriptions, and cannot guarantee that any watch is waterproof or water-resistant at the time of purchase. Morphy’s recommends that the buyer have a professional watchmaker evaluate the watch at buyer’s expense. o Buyers must be aware that watches may need general service, change of battery, or further repair work for which the buyer is solely responsible. o Dials - All watches have the possibility that after their original date of manufacture they received reconditioning or replacement of dials or elements of the dial such as but not limited to standard or luminescent hour markers, hands, script, date or measurement indices, lacquer, and finish. Buyer is solely responsible for determining and understanding such condition issues. • The lack of a condition report does not imply that the item or lot is free from imperfections, defects or wear and tear of the aging process. This includes but is not limited to: deficient stones, needed repair or defects. • It is common and generally accepted in the jewelry industry that some diamonds and most gemstones have been enhanced with various treatments to improve their overall appearance. o These treatments include but are not limited to: heating, dying, oiling, laser drilling, HTHP, wax, bleaching, irradiation, resin or polymer impregnation and various other techniques. o Unless stated in the title, it is assumed that one or more

treatments have been performed to the stones. While many treatments are considered permanent, this cannot be guaranteed. o Please note that many treatments cannot be determined without sophisticated laboratory testing. Due to the various laboratories and developing scientific methods for testing, not all reports or certificates will have the same results for treatment type, extent of treatment and stability of treatment. o MORPHY’S makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, as to whether natural stones have been treated or enhanced, whether specifically referenced or not. • Laboratory reports may accompany some lots o If a lot is accompanied by certificates or reports from internationally recognized and accepted gemological laboratories, it will be noted in the description. o Copies will be available upon request, with the original going to the successful bidder. o The reports cannot be guaranteed and are provided for informational purposes only. Results on reports may differ from laboratory to laboratory. o MORPHY’S accepts no responsibility for the accuracy, terms or information contained in such certificates or reports. Grading Scale: Near Mint Plus 97% - 100% Near Mint 90% - 96% Excellent 80% - 89% Very Good 70% - 79% Good Below 70%

BIDDING RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES

The auctioneer will determine the highest bidder. The auctioneer alone has the right to reopen the bidding of an item if deemed necessary due to a dispute. If there is a tie bid between the floor and Internet or absentee bid, the floor bid takes precedence. MORPHY’S and its representatives reserve the right to remove those attendees who impede preview and/or the auction. Title to all merchandise shall pass to the highest bidder at the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer. The buyer will then assume all risk and full responsibility of the lot purchased once ownership has changed. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. MORPHY’S is not responsible for any errors in bids, omissions of bids, or failure to execute bids and shall have no liability to any bidder for any technical or other failure associated with the internet, absentee bidding, or telephone bidding. • ABSENTEE BIDDING - MORPHY’S will accept absentee bids if pre-authorized by mail, fax or through www.morphyauctions. com online. Absentee bidders must use the absentee bid form and clearly mark the lot number, title and maximum bid amount. Absentee bidding forms may be accessed online at www. morphyauctions.com. If there are two (2) identical bids placed on the same item, priority will be given to the first bid received. All bids must be left in increments as explained on our bid form. If a bid is “out of increment,” the auctioneer has the right to round the bid up to the next correct increment. Bidders may preview, register and place bids online through our website, www. morphyauctions.com. Absentee and online bids placed through www.morphyauctions.com will be auto charged to the credit card entered 48 hours after the end of the sale. If you wish to pay by another method please contact us within 48 hours after the sale. Seller(s) agree to allow the Auctioneer to accept and execute absentee bids in a competitive manner for potential buyers and under the Morphy Auctions absentee bidding terms and conditions. During the live sale, the auctioneer will execute your (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions absentee bid competitively up to the maximum amount you have indicated. • ONLINE BIDDING - Online bidding through www.morphyauctions. com, Live Auctioneers, Invaluable, Proxibid, or other bidding platforms may be available; all Terms and Conditions still apply. A surcharge will be added for third party online platforms. Refer to your bidding platform of choice for the final buyer’s premium. If there is a tie bid between the internet bidding venues and the floor, the floor bid takes precedence. If a credit card has been provided to one of the online bidding platforms, MORPHY’S reserves the right to use and charge the credit card if the winning bidder has not paid via another method by the 7 day term in Payment Terms below. Due to our fast paced auctions and bids coming from floor bidders, phone bidders, internet bidders and absentee bids, the auctioneer has the final word on all item(s) sold. You (the bidder) assume the risk of winning an item online and not having the item actually sell to you. This is due to the final call of the auctioneer and the operator not being able to re-open that lot. Online bidders are responsible for accidental bidding as if they bid normally. • BID RESULTS – MORPHY’S will only contact successful bidders. Please allow 24-48 hours post auction to receive your official invoice from Morphy Auctions. The invoice will include item, hammer price, premium, packing and handling, shipping, insurance, and any other charges that apply. Please hold phone inquiries regarding bid success until after receiving your invoice. For verifications, MORPHY’S cannot provide winning bid information until the second business day after the auction. MORPHY’S will not provide bidder information to any outside sources. • TELEPHONE BIDDING - Requests for phone lines must be received at least three (3) days prior to the auction date. MORPHY’S cannot guarantee phone lines but will make every attempt to accommodate those who wish to participate through that method. Phone lines are provided on a first come first served basis. Please visit www.morphyauctions.com or call 717-335-3435 to request a call from our representatives during the live auction.

BID INCREMENTS

Bid increments listed are a general guideline. Actual increments are at the auctioneer’s discretion. If a lot does not receive a bid of 25% of the low estimate, the lot will be passed by the auctioneer. $0 - $500…................$25 $500 - $1,000….........$50 $1,000 - $2,000…......$100 $2,000 - $5,000…......$250 $5,000 - $10,000....…$500 $10,000 +…............... Auctioneer’s discretion

RESERVES

The majority of our items are unreserved, but occasionally items may carry a moderate reserve. Please note that when a lot carries a reserve, the reserve is usually somewhere below our low estimate. In the case of a reserved item, the seller has authorized the auctioneer to bid on their behalf until the reserve price is reached.

BUYER’S PREMIUM

A 23% buyer’s premium will be added to all successful bids and is payable by the purchaser as part of the total purchase cost. If payment by cash, check, money order or wire transfer is made within 7 days of the sale a 3% discount may be taken on the Hammer price by the buyer. DISCOUNT IS ONLY AVAILABLE IF INVOICE IS PAID WITHIN 7 DAYS from the sale date. Split payments are subject to a 23% buyer’s premium if a credit card is used as any form of total

payment. A surcharge will be added for any third party online bidding platform that the bidder utilizes. Refer to your bidding platform of choice for the final buyer’s premium.

SALES TAX

Lots delivered to you, or your representative are subject to all applicable state and local taxes, unless appropriate permits are on file with MORPHY’S. Bidder agrees to pay MORPHY’S the actual amount of tax due in the event that sales tax is not properly collected due to: 1) an expired, inaccurate, or inappropriate tax certificate or declaration, 2) an incorrect interpretation of the applicable statute, 3) or any other reason. The appropriate form or certificate must be on file at and verified by MORPHY’S five days prior to Auction, or tax must be paid; only if such form or certificate is received by MORPHY’S within 4 days after the Auction can a refund of tax paid be made. Lots from different auctions may not be aggregated for sales tax purposes.

PAYMENT

Watch auction purchases and any invoice totaling more than $100,000 must be paid within three (3) days. All other merchandise must be paid in full within seven (7) days of the date of the sale. If payment by cash, check, money order or wire transfer is made within 7 days of the sale, a 3% discount on the Hammer price may be taken by the buyer. DISCOUNT IS ONLY AVAILABLE IF INVOICE IS PAID WITHIN 7 DAYS from the sale date. No discount is permitted on split payments where a credit card is used as any form of total payment. Payments can be made by going to your account online at www. morphyauctions.com, call 877-968-8880 or mail payment to: Dan Morphy Auctions LLC 2000 N Reading Rd, Denver, PA 17517. Absentee bids placed through www.morphyauctions.com will be auto charged to the credit card entered 48 hours after the end of the sale. If you wish to pay by another method please contact us within 48 hours after the sale. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal checks, certified checks, wire transfers, money orders, and cash. • Jewelry, Watches, Coin and Currency Auctions – We accept cash, wire transfer, check, certified checks and money orders only. No credit cards. • CREDIT CARD - We will not accept credit card payment for any jewelry, watch, coin or currency auction purchases. For first time buyers and credit card charges greater than $2,500 buyers must complete the bottom portion of the invoice and must specifically sign the acknowledgement of our terms of sale before we will accept payment via credit card. We do offer the convenience of paying automatically by credit card. If you wish have your card automatically charged for all purchases please complete our “Authorization for Automatic Credit Card Use.” We have this form available online or upon request. Split payments are subject to a 23% buyer’s premium if a credit card is used as any form of total payment. • CHECK - There will be a $30 service charge for returned checks. Make checks payable to: Dan Morphy Auctions LLC. MORPHY’S reserves the right to hold items paid for by personal or company check until said check clears (14 days). MORPHY’S has the right to hold all checks over $2,000. Customers who have an established successful buying history with MORPHY’S may be exempt from this. We will accept a personal or company check >$2,000 and/or from a first time buyer if you provide a Bank Letter of Credit, available on our website, www.morphyauctions.com. • WIRE TRANSFERS – There will be a $30 charge added to all wire (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions transfers less than $2,000. Please add this amount to your invoice total before sending a wire transfer. In the few situations where a successful bidder does not remit payment when due, MORPHY’S will proceed with the legal steps necessary to protect its interests and will block the bidder from future auction participation.

PACKING/SHIPPING

• It is the bidder’s responsibility to take shipping and handlings & insurance costs into consideration when bidding on items. • BIDDERS PRESENT AND TAKING ITEMS AFTER AUCTION – Since item liability transfers upon a successful bid, items paid for must be packed, transported and/or removed by the purchaser at his/ her own risk after the close of the sale. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. If any employee or agent of MORPHY’S shall pack or transport the merchandise, it is fully at the risk and responsibility and expense of the purchaser. MORPHY’S shall not be held liable for any loss or damage that may be caused by the said agent or employee. • ITEMS NOT PICKED UP THE DAY OF THE SALE – Packaging, shipping, and insurance on items will be made available as an added courtesy and cost. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. Again, if any employee or agent of MORPHY’S shall pack or transport the merchandise, it is fully at the risk and responsibility and expense of the purchaser. MORPHY’S shall not be held liable for any loss or damage that may be caused by the said agent or employee. All applicable charges will be applied. Shipping will be based on actual costs via FedEx, FedEx Freight, or USPS (best way). Handling and insurance will vary in cost depending on each invoice. All packages will be shipped with insurance. Items will ship seven to fourteen (7-14) business days after payment is received. • SHIPPING TERMS - Morphy will ship all items to the buyer at the listed address via FedEx or other carriers, FOB Denver, Pennsylvania or FOB Las Vegas, NV or FOB other auction locations. Any risk of loss or damage to the item(s) during transit via FedEx, or any other carrier, in excess of the insurance provided by or purchased from Morphy, is at the risk of the buyer. Any additional insurance coverage should be purchased by the buyer through the carrier. Buyer releases Morphy from any and all claims for loss or damage to any item during transit and agrees to pay all costs of defense, including attorney’s fees, for any claims brought against Morphy for loss or damage occurring during transit. • INSURANCE – Shipping insurance is automatically added up to $1,000 for every package. If your package is valued at >$10,000 we will also automatically add “Additional Insurance”, which you can decline by contacting us. If you wish to arrange for “Additional Insurance” for packages valued between $1,000 and $10,000 please contact us prior to payment and we can quote this additional insurance amount for you. Insurance for all 3rd party shipments must be arranged through that carrier. • INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS – MORPHY’S has the capability to ship to international bidders. By law, MORPHY’S cannot, and will not, declare lesser values for any international purchases and all shipments will include the invoice with purchase totals including the buyer’s premium and shipping cost. All international bidders are responsible for knowing their country’s laws on importing items and for paying all customs and duties on the items. • 3RD PARTY SHIPPING of Large Items – Bidders MUST arrange and pay for 3rd party shipping when packages are a certain weight, length, or dimensional size.

∙ Dimensional size is length (the longest measurement) + (height x 2) + (width x 2). For example a 36” x 36” x 12” package = 36 + (36 x2) + (12 x 2) = 132” ∙ USA home shipments must be <70 lbs. and <108” length and <165” dimensional size ∙ USA business shipments must be <150 lbs. and <108” length and <165” dimensional size ∙ International shipments must be <150 lbs. and <108” length and <130” dimensional size ∙ There may be certain shipments that meet these requirements that will still require 3rd party shipping, and we will communicate the reason in those cases. • STORAGE FEE – MORPHY’S will charge a storage fee of $50/week for any items awaiting pickup for more than 14 days following the auction date. • MORPHY AUCTIONS, LAS VEGAS LOCATION ONLY SPECIAL COURTESY – Items purchased at our Las Vegas location may qualify for free shipment on our freight truck to Denver, PA. °° To be considered for shipping, all item invoices must be paid in full by day 7 after the auction, or they will not be shipped on the truck and shipping charges will then apply. °° Items will leave Las Vegas approximately 14 days after the auction date. Upon arrival in Denver, PA the buyer must pick items up within 14 days, or a $50/week storage fee will apply. Buyers will be contacted by phone or email when items arrive in Denver, PA. It is the buyer’s responsibility to pick the items up here. For packages to qualify for courtesy shipping, at least one piece or all pieces together in a package, must have a dimensional size of more than 130 square inches. Dimensional size is length (the longest measurement) + (height x 2) + (width x 2). For example, a 36” x 36” x 12” package = 36 + (36 x2) + (12 x 2) = 132. • FIREWORKS – MORPHY’S can only ship Class 1 Division 1.4 and 1.6 Explosives (as described in the following website: http://environmentalchemistry.com/yogi/hazmat/placards/class1. html) per the 49CFR 173.50 and can only ship these via FedEx. All items not shippable must be picked up by the buyer.

AGREEMENT REGARDING GOVERNING LAW, VENUE, AND LEGAL RIGHTS

I hereby understand and agree that any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to MORPHY’S Bidder Terms & Conditions, which includes this provision (hereafter referred to as “Terms & Conditions”), MORPHY’S, or the breach thereof (hereafter referred to as “Claims”), shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Pennsylvania, without regard to its conflict of law provisions. I hereby irrevocably submit to the personal jurisdiction of the appropriate court in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in any action or proceeding arising out of or relating to the Claims and their enforcement, and I agree that any and all Claims must be adjudicated, heard, determined, and resolved in said court, and I hereby irrevocably waive any objection on the ground that any such action or proceeding in said court has been brought in an inconvenient forum. MORPHY’S failure to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these Terms & Conditions or any other legal rights, shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. Any waiver of any provision of these Terms & Conditions by MORPHY’S must be made in writing and signed by an authorized representative of MORPHY’S specifically referencing the provision(s) contained within the Terms & Conditions to be waived. Headings used in the Terms & Conditions are for convenience only and are not to be relied upon. If any provision of the Terms & Conditions is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, the parties (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions nevertheless agree that the court should endeavor to give effect to the parties’ intentions as reflected in the provision, and the other provisions of the Terms & Conditions shall remain in full force and effect. These Terms & Conditions will inure to the benefit of, and are intended to be, enforceable by MORPHY’S, its parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, successors, assigns, members, directors, officers, and licensees. There are no third party beneficiaries to these Terms & Conditions; a person or entity who is not a party or signatory to these Terms & Conditions has no rights under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to rely upon or enforce any term or provision of these Terms & Conditions.

PRIVACY TO REVIEW OUR PRIVACY POLICY, PLEASE VISIT WWW.MORPHYAUCTIONS.COM/PRIVACY-POLICY

POST SALE RETURN POLICY

MORPHY’S engages knowledgeable experts to provide catalog descriptions on the merchandise we sell. Every effort is made to ensure those descriptions are accurate and that they fully disclose any exceptions to condition. Any buyer who has made their payment within the due date of 7 calendar days who wishes to report a problem must notify MORPHY’S within three calendar (3) days of receipt of their purchased item. Buyers who have not made their payment within the due date of 7 days may not return any items under any circumstances. No lots purchased by floor bidders (including those bidders acting as agents for others) may be returned. A Return Merchandise Authorization Number (RMA#) must be issued by MORPHY’S before you ship anything back to our address. Any items arriving without a return authorization will not be given a refund. The item in question must be shipped with the RMA# on the outside and inside of the package, with full insurance, so it arrives at MORPHY’S within one week of the aforementioned authorization.

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1 - **1¢ CAILLE HY-LO POKER MACHINE. 10”D x 13”W x 19”T. These wonderful machines were produced during the early 1900’s and featured ornate cast iron cabinets, beautifully detailed in signature Caille fashion. Players utilized the rightmost coin entry slot to spin each of the five playing card reels. To better their hand and potential payout, players could then choose to play an additional penny and spin the reels once more. Contains the original award cards and paper with the back door being a cast iron replacement with a near perfect fit. One key is provided. (Excellent). 15,000.00 - 30,000.00

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2 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. “THE TOURIST” SLOT MACHINE. 22-3/4”T x 13-1/2”W x 13”D. A unique early 20th century gambling device similar in nature to the various Liberty and Operator Bell three reel slot machines manufactured by several different companies of the time period. The distinctive feature of this machine that separates it from the others is the large single reel with a fixed, as opposed to variable, payout. The mechanism being encased with an elaborate nickel plated cast iron cabinet, the prospective gambler would choose a city by means of a lever at the left side of the reel window. After depositing a coin and advancing the coin thru the gooseneck, the handle would be pulled and the extra wide single reel revolves finally slowing to a stop with a pointer indicating a city. If by chance the player had selected that city, he would be a winner! A great example of a desirable and highly sought after machine! Overall in very fine original condition with no apologies being needed here. Two keys provided. (Very Good). 40,000.00 - 60,000.00

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3 - **5¢ CAILLE OPERATOR BELL DE LUXE SLOT MACHINE. 12”D x 14”W x 21”T. Countertop three-reel slot machine with ornate, re-plated castings. With small nicks throughout the castings as well as a curved crack near the front payout cup. This device has what appear to be older replacement reel strips but retains the original award card. Circa 1912. Two keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 18,000.00 - 25,000.00

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4 - **5¢ MILLS/FEY REVAMP OPERATORS BELL SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE VENDOR. 13”D x 18”W x 21-1/2”T. Having nicely detailed castings featuring scenes of New York landmarks, gooseneck coin chute, and original Fey side vendor. Unrestored with the tin reel strips and cardboard Fey award card, original to this machine. In working condition, the machine plays, pays, and vends. This machine was produced by Mills Novelty Co. around 1910 then later revamped by Charles Fey. There have been only two other Fey re-vamps found to date with the Fey signature cast iron side vendor. Placement of the vendor on the left indicates this is a very early Fey re-vamp. One key is included. (Very Good). 12,000.00 - 18,000.00 16

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5 - **5¢ MILLS OWL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 65”T. x 25”W. x 16-1/2”D. Mills Novelty of Chicago manufactured these machines in 1897. This machine is in original, unrestored condition with the oak cabinet having some circular stains on top wooden panel, most likely from where a gambler sat his drink during play. The tin litho wheel has a craquelure pattern throughout with some flaking to the paint, not overly objectionable. In working order, this machine plays and pays. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 8,000.00 - 15,000.00

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6 - **1¢ & 5¢ CAILLE QUINTETTE UPRIGHT POKER MACHINE. 17”D x 24”W x 74”T. This beautiful and rare multi-way card reel upright machine features a rich quarter sawn oak cabinet with nickel plated castings and the original faux marble stand. Players have the option of playing either pennies or nickels in any of the five coin slots. Each of the five sets of reels spin independently of each other and operate smoothly. Each reel has their original and near perfect strips with the Caille logo appearing on the Ace of Spades, a feature that has always identified with Caille card machines. In working condition. Circa 1901. One key is provided. (Excellent). 20,000.00 - 30,000.00

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7 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. CENTAUR UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 67”T x 25”W x 16”D. This upright slot machine is housed in fine cabinetry with stunning ornate cast iron features brushed in an antiqued finish, aside from the “Play Nickels” marquee which is a replacement. Two detailed columns stand tall on both sides of the machine which also features a front payout cup and visible jackpot compartment. The six way coin head offers betting slots of $1 to $50 to Jackpot. The interior contains a colorful tin litho gaming wheel showing very minor oxidation at the top and a beautiful Victorian inspired gold center. The upper right-hand corner of the wooden back door is damaged but is a fantastic piece overall. In working condition, this machine plays and pays. Caille Bros, Circa 1907. Three keys are provided. (Excellent). 15,000.00 - 30,000.00

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8 - **5¢ CAILLE NEW CENTURY MUSICAL DETROIT UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 67-1/2”T. x 27”W. x 18”D. This impressive floor model machine can play up to six coins at a time. The dark wood cabinet has raised beveled panels on the sides, as well as fluted columns and carved appliques on the front. All castings are cast iron with nice oxidized copper finish. Behind glass in the bottom of the cabinet is a fully functional musical cylinder and comb that plays from a separate crank than the spinner. Music box winds with a crank on the right. An early model with mechanism matching the case, serial number 574. Has a rare security lock on the back door, showing minor damage to the door itself. In working order. Four keys are included. Circa 1901. (Excellent). 20,000.00 - 30,000.00

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9 - **5¢ MILLS DEWEY JACKPOT UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 72”T x 28”W x 17”D. This floor model slot machine is housed in a dark wood cabinet with a multitude of original cast iron features such as the legs and lever, showing the original plating and finish to the cabinet. The front glass is an older replacement with lustrous lettering and the colorful tin litho wheel at the center is in excellent condition. The top retains the original marquee, reading “Plays 5¢ Jack Pot on the Blue” and has aged with time. Minor wear but in very nice, unrestored and working condition. Mills made these machines beginning in 1899 but the plain cabinet demonstrates that this is a later model made around the 1920’s. Four keys are provided. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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10 - **5¢ MILLS LONE STAR UPRIGHT FLOOR WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 20”W. x 30”L. x 70”T. This floor model slot machine features an oak cabinet with beautiful carved details and ornate metal furnishings, some of which are brass. Has a new back door with a refurbished pay wheel and glass. Works and displays well. Circa 1910. Includes 3 keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 20,000.00 - 40,000.00

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11 - **5¢ O.A. WILLIAMS “THE OLIVER” COUNTER WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 20”T x 17”W x 11”D. Housed in a wood cabinet with decorative brass hardware and a nice inlaid border along the front edge, this machine features a six way coin head, allowing the patron to play up to six coins. Award card advises not to play money in the machine, but rather to collect checks from the cashier. Plays well using U.S. nickels. Has a very nice tin litho wheel with original paper, cash box, and back door with paper instruction. The front glass is original but has been restored. Circa 1906. Includes two keys. (Excellent). 5,000.00 - 12,000.00

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12 - **10¢ PACE THE KITTY SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 16”W x 15-1/2”D. This slot machine features an escalator bell with the first reel of the 3 featuring a black cat instead of lemons. A very nice original, unrestored Kitty complete with the original reel strips, award card, and cash box, with replacement back door lock. The Kitty mechanism is complete and working. Circa 1937. One key is provided. (Good). 4,000.00 - 6,000.00 13 - **5¢ MILLS BLACK BEAUTY W.C. FIELDS FIGURAL SLOT MACHINE. 77”T. x 26”W. x 24”D. Mills Novelty Co. produced these Black Beauty machines in 1949. This machine has been revamped to fit into a W.C. Fields (American Actor, 1880-1946) figural stand. The stand’s circular steel base is 24” diameter. Removable items to complete the ensemble include a top hat, drink glass, and walking cane. This wonderfully carved figure is the work of Jim Smock. Jim’s work is very sought after by investment grade collectors. The machine itself works well. Includes one key. (Very Good). 4,500.00 - 6,500.00 14 - **5¢, 25¢ BALLY DOUBLE BELL SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 19”W x 26”T. Bally Manufacturing produced this machine in 1937. It has the LOT - 13 unique feature of allowing the player to play either side or both at once. Cash box has been replaced but the rest is in original, working condition. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 2,500.00 - 4,000.00 15 - **$1 JENNINGS SUPER DELUXE CLUB CHIEF SILVER DOLLAR CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 18”D x 23”W x 60”T. Having a chromed front with lighted panels. With original manufacturer’s tag on the inside of the cabinet with serial number that matches the one found on the mechanism, 177223. The wood console shows some wear and bears State of Montana decals from 1948-1950 alongside the O.D. Jennings decal. With replacement reel strips and cash box. Plays well and illuminates. Circa 1946. Two keys provided. (Good - Very Good). 2,500.00 - 4,500.00 24

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16 - **10¢ WATLING ROL-A-TOP BIRD OF PARADISE SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 15”W x 14-1/2”D. Showing a gold plated front casting with an engaging top panel design of a bird flying around foliage and different fruits, colored in bright reds, purples, and yellows. There are minor visible details, that try to give the fruits and bird a real appearance as well. Most of the aluminum is painted a gleaming gold that matches the golden eagle and coins along each side of the twin jackpot. Contains the original 3 reel strips (with some damage to the first), cash box, and back door with a new lock. Excellent, highly restored condition overall. Circa 1938. One key is provided. (Restored). 2,300.00 - 3,500.00 17 - **1¢ WATLING TREASURY SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 24”T. Original one cent three-reel Watling slot machine with twin jackpot banks. The bright yellow repainted front casting is adorned with gleaming golden coins and a central eagle motif. Made by Watling Manufacturing Co. from 1934-1937. In working order, this machine plays and pays. The tin strips are original with the award card and gooseneck slide being replacements. One key is provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,000.00 - 3,500.00

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18 - **5¢ JENNINGS SUPER DELUXE CLUB CHIEF CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 18”D x 23”W x 60”T. Nice, original, un-restored machine with a chromed front with lighted panels. Also referred to as the Chinese Front. The wood console shows some wear and bears State of Montana decals from 1948-1950 alongside the O.D. Jennings decal. Plays well and illuminates. Circa 1946. Two keys are provided. (Good - Very Good). 2,000.00 - 3,500.00 19 - **5¢ MILLS QT DIAL SLOT MACHINE. 18-1/4”T. x 13-1/4”W. x 13-1/2”D. Manufactured by Mills Novelty of Chicago in 1935, the Dial features a set of original moon and star reel strips and a 2 to 20 pay award card. The cabinet is oak and cast aluminum with sky blue paint. The paper dial with the Northern Hemisphere is original and faded but remains in good condition. In working condition. Two keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 20 - **25¢ MILLS SHERIFF FIGURAL CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 24”D x 24”W x 72”T. This fiberglass figural slot machine depicts a one-armed bandit with a Mills Novelty Sheriff Hi-Top slot machine as its torso. With nice finish throughout. In working condition, this machine plays and pays. Two keys are included. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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21 - **5¢ MILLS QT SMOKER SLOT MACHINE. 18”T x 12-1/2”W x 12-1/2”D. This miniature bell slot machine features a nice sleek wood finish and brown textured paint to the top casting, a possible restoration with no signs of damage. Its simple yet inviting designs leaves this piece in excellent condition. Still retains the original reel strips. In working order. Circa 1939. Three keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 22 - **5¢ MILLS HORSE HEAD BONUS SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 15”D. With its brilliant colors of blue and yellow, this restored slot machine features a complete and working Bonus mechanism as well as the original back door, lock, and cash box. Pays and plays well. Circa 1937. One key is provided. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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23 - **5¢ WATLING MFG. CO. ROL-A-TOP SLOT MACHINE. 15-3/4”W x 15”D x 26-1/2”T. In restored condition, this Coin Front machine features a twin jackpot with replacement reel strips and award card, and is housed in a reproduction wood cabinet with new back door and cash box. This device is in working order and includes one key. Circa 1935. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 24 - **1¢ ROCK-OLA THE OFFICIAL SWEEPSTAKES HORSE RACE MACHINE. 13-1/2”D x 15-1/4”W x 12”T. An un-restored, original horse racing game with a roulette-style wheel with horse and racer figurines. There is a dial on the front of the machine for the player to place their bets on the winning horse. Each cent played gets the player a ball of gum. Rock-Ola produced these machines from 1933-1935. Some wear is present on the original background mural and to the original wheel, as well as some scratches throughout the cabinet. The original tilt pin is complete and working. Plays nicely with a marble instead of the original metal ball. Two keys are provided. (Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 25 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY ROMAN HEAD SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. Blue and grey nickel plated aluminum front casting with a large golden “Roman Head” emblem, for which this device was named. With one coin remaining in the Gold Award. Showing an older restoration, this machine plays well. Circa 1932. One key is included. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 26 - **RECREATION 25¢ PACE ALL-STAR COCKTAIL WAITRESS SLOT MACHINE. 24”W x 14-1/2”D x 70”T. This original Pace All-Star slot machine is displayed next to a recreation figural cocktail waitress built into the stand. The machine itself features a double front jackpot with two payout cups and is marked with serial number 64740. In working order. Machine circa 1946. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 26

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27 - **5¢ MILLS HIGH TOP BONUS SLOT MACHINE. 27”T x 16”W x 15”D. This slot machine features a restored red finish that compliments the beautiful oak wood paneling, the silver accents and combination of colors on the original award card and reel strips. The extra payout after acquiring all the letters in “BONUS” made this a well sought after machine. The bonus attachment is complete and working, though out of sequence at this time. Circa 1948. One key is provided. (Excellent). 1,200.00 - 2,000.00 28 - **5¢ MILLS OPERATORS BELL SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 24”T. Three-reel slot machine with dark oak cabinet with beveled base and beautifully detailed front cast iron castings that show a nice patina. With the original reel strips and reproduction award card and back door. In working order. Circa 1920. Three keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,200.00 - 2,000.00 29 - **5¢ MILLS “WOLF HEAD” SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 16”W x 16”D. This slot machine goes by many names; Lion Head, Super Bell or Tiger Front because of the animistic design on the front castig. It features a fierce creature with claws colored in a deep red partnered with black and yellow throughout, perfectly matching the silver details. Made of nonferrous metal, containing the original three reel strips and award card with a magnified window exhibiting the previously played nickel. Nicely restored and works perfectly. Circa 1931. One key is provided. (Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,600.00 30 - **50¢ MILLS HIGH TOP SLOT MACHINE. 15”D. x 16”W. x 26”T. This restored three reel machine is gold with gemstone details to the front casting. Wood base has a plaque that reads “1948 Mills Half Dollar Gold VFW Special”. In working condition, this machine has strong action. Includes one key. Circa 1948. (Very Good). 1,200.00 - 2,000.00 31 - **50¢ JENNINGS PROSPECTOR CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 19”W x 16”D x 61”T. In working condition, this three reel machine is housed in a wood console cabinet. Front has a nice chrome finish, recreation “Golden Nugget” award card, reel strips, and a small nugget next to the coin entry. An interesting device as the Golden Nugget never had any Prospectors made for their establishment. Two keys are included. Age of Golden Nugget additions is unknown, Jennings Prospector circa 1948. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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32 - **1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. JOCKEY TRADE STIMULATOR. 16-3/4”W x 12”D x 15”T. This countertop card machine is housed in a beautiful wood cabinet with top casting featuring racing horses. As indicated on the award card, three players can play at once and the played coin is shown in the lower window. Shows some scratches on the original wood finish with the original decals and patina to the original castings. With replacement card strips, top sign, and cash door. Classic look. Circa 1900. No key provided. (Very Good). 4,500.00 - 6,500.00

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33 - **1¢ MILLS NOVELTY JUNIOR SUCCESS NO.6 POKER MACHINE. 15-1/2”D x 15-1/2”W x 56”T. This floor model poker trade stimulator features a beautifully refinished cabinet painted in glossy black with golden accents. The five card reels are clean and play nicely. The award card exhibits soiled stains and advertises for cigar rewards. Circa 1901. One key is provided. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

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34 - **5¢ MILLS COMMERCIAL POKER TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”D x 12”W x 25”T. This cast iron, 5-reel flip card poker machine advertises for drink rewards on the lower tilt marquee with mirrored back. An original machine showing patina to the original finish throughout. Missing a small chip from the lower left of the back door. With the original marquee, pay card, plating, and Mills Novelty tags. With replacement cards and missing the sheet metal bottom. Includes one key. Circa 1903. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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35 - **5¢ MILLS JUMBO SUCCESS NO.6 TRADE STIMULATOR. 15-1/2”D x 15-1/2”W x 57-1/2”T. This early floor model poker machine features an unrestored deep green cabinet and stand with faded gold pinstriping, accented by nickel plated escutcheons and marquee. With five poker card reels that retain their original reel strips. A sizeable crack is present that runs from under the reels to around the left side of the cabinet. There is also an older repair to a crack on the back door. In working order. Three keys are provided. Circa 1900. (Good - Very Good). 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 36 - **1¢ LEO CANDA LITTLE PERFECTION TRADE STIMULATOR. 21-1/2”T. One of the machines that wasn’t altered when Mills Novelty Co. took over the Leo Canda Manufacturing Co. in 1901. The wood cabinet shows some wear and the marquee has spots of soiling and tears. There are separations in the case. Plays well. Two keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

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37 - COIN-OP JENTZCH & MEERZ BAJAZZO AMUSEMENT MACHINE. 7-1/2”D. x 20-3/4”W. x 30-1/4”T. This countertop skill game is housed in a wood cabinet with a decorative trim along the top. The object here is to move the clown along the tightrope using the knob at the lower left to catch the ball and win a prize or free play. Will operate using U.S. pennies and dimes but will only pay out with the included 50 and 75 cent pieces. A German machine likely exported to France, given the presence of French on the field. In all original condition without a key, the cabinet does have a metal plaque on the right side covering a 4” x 5” section. Circa 1912. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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38 - **10¢ CAILLE “GOOD LUCK” CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”D x 11”W x 15-1/2”T. Housed in an oak cabinet with domed top and ornate casting with attached marquee, mounted on a swivel base. The cabinet is in good condition while the casting shows a moderate amount of oxidation. Retains the original plating, award card, and reel strips. Appears to be in original, unrestored condition and plays well. Without keys. Circa 1904. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

42 - **5¢ DROBISCH BROS. STAR ADVERTISER COIN DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 6-1/2”D. x 14-1/2”W. x 19-1/4”T. This diamond-shaped countertop pointer game advertises for Star Advertiser cigars in the display area with lower advertising for Barnes, Smith, & Co. cigars. Simply drop a nickel into the coin slot to make the pointer spin. Whichever number the spinner stops on determines the number of cigars the player wins. Front advertising shows creasing throughout. Circa 1897. Includes one key. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,750.00

39 - 1¢ MILLS THE WIZARD FORTUNE TELLER TRADE STIMULATOR. 19”T x 14”W x 6-1/2”D. This counter top trade stimulator is a restored piece with no signs of scratches on the wood paneling and is painted with vibrant colors of red, yellow and green on the metal. In exchange for one penny, the machine tells your fortune. For example “See the picture of your future wife or husband” displayed on the front center of the panel. Also features a figure of a fortune teller on the left and the zodiac symbols along the right side. With reproduction back door and paper, as well as a replacement base to the cabinet. Circa 1919-1927. One key is provided. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

43 - **5¢ MIDGET SMOKER TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/4”T. x 14-1/2”W. x 8”D. The manufacturer of this interesting trade stimulator is unknown. The marquee asks players to use the dial to precisely tune in their favorite radio station, insert a nickel with the mechanism, and pull the handle to receive a number that indicates a possible payout in cigarettes. To be clear though, there is no radio in this machine. It is just a reel of tape on two spools with numbers that are punched out. Has the original graphics and paper. One key is included. Circa 1939. Currently not operating. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

40 - **5¢ BENNETT & CO. NO BLANKS CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 5”D. x 12-1/2”W. x 16-1/4”T. This countertop wheel advertises for winnings in Red Axe, War Presidents, or Ace Of Spades cigars, each manufactured by Herbert Bros. Shows some discoloration and wear to the wheel and paper, including a curved section missing from the upper corner on one side. In working order. Circa 1900. (Very Good). 700.00 - 1,500.00 41 - CAST IRON 10-COLUMN DICE POPPER. 5”D x 21”W x 7-1/2”T. Constructed from glass and cast iron, this device can be used for hold and draw gambling games in which a player selects which dice to shuffle. With modern dice and oxidation present throughout the cast iron base. It retains the original plating which shows some pitting throughout. In working order. Circa 1940’s. (Good - Very Good). 600.00 - 1,200.00

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44 - **1¢ THE WINNER FLIP COIN TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”T x 13”W x 7”D. Drop coin in the slot to the right and use finger to strike penny. There are different channels a penny may land, player can win a piece of gum, 1 penny, 1 nickel or a quarter. This counter top game is made mostly of wood with a blue interior and peg backboard. Contains the original compartment for coin box. One key is included. (Excellent). 500.00 - 800.00 45 - **LOT OF 2: 1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 11-1/2”T x 9”W x 8-1/2”D. This lot of two consists of two Groetchen Tool counter top trade stimulators, both manufactured circa 1937. 1 - “Ginger” that has an army green color with a forest green wooden base, in fair condition. The objective is to hit 3 of-a-kind and win tokens for up to 1-10 packs of cigarettes. In working order. One key is provided. 11-1/2”T x 9”W x 8-1/2”D. 1 - “Zephyr” that has a dark navy color with visible signs of wear on the front panel. Objective of this machine is the same as “Ginger.” Two keys are provided. 10”T x 10-1/4”W x 8”D. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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46 - **RARE 5¢ WATLING THE CROWN PRINCE COUNTER WHEEL. 11”D x 21”W x 28”T. An exceedingly rare counter wheel produced by Watling around the turn of the 20th Century. Only one other example of this machine is known to exist. This color wheel machine features the beautiful, original quarter sawn oak cabinet with carved bead trim and original floral filigree decals surrounding the colorful, original tin litho wheel and glue chip glass. The replated coin head, which accepts up to 5 coins at a time, features a lovely wetland scene with egrets, cattails, and tall grasses. One complete and another partial manufacturer’s label are retained on the interior of the back panel. This beautiful device is rather similar to the Brownie, the main difference being the presence of an additional pay tube. Two keys are included. Showing a chip fixed on the glass. (Excellent). 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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47 - **25¢ CAILLE ARISTOCRAT COUNTER ROULETTE. 18”T x 13”W x 12”D. In original, unrestored condition, this countertop slot machine is housed in a wood cabinet with aluminum front and roulette wheel top. For each coin or set of coins played, the wheel spins until the ball stops in a slot, triggering a payout if the coin was placed on the slot of a corresponding color. Showing minor wear throughout, nice and in its original state including the original paper and color wheel. Includes two keys. Works Well. Serial number 1127, circa 1932. (Very Good). 15,000.00 - 25,000.00

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48 - LARGE LOT OF BUFFALO NICKELS. Approx. 20lbs. Equals approx. 1860 coins. Average circulated condition with and without dates. 400.00 - 800.00

50 - LARGE LOT OF BUFFALO NICKELS. Approx. 20lbs. Equals approx. 1860 coins. Average circulated condition with and without dates. 400.00 - 800.00

49 - LARGE LOT OF BUFFALO NICKELS. Approx. 20lbs. Equals approx. 1860 coins. Average circulated condition with and without dates. 400.00 - 800.00

51 - LARGE LOT OF BUFFALO NICKELS. Approx. 20lbs. Equals approx. 1860 coins. Average circulated condition with and without dates. 400.00 - 800.00

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53 - 5¢ GREEN CLAMSHELL “TACOMA BRIDGE COLLAPSE” MUTOSCOPE ARCADE MACHINE. 64”T x 16”W x 18”D. Nearing the mid 20th century. Made of cast iron beautifully painted in dark and light green with gold highlighting the Victorian inspired designs. “See Galloping Gertie Finally Go Down” - “Nov. 7 1940” as read on the appear of the marquee. No. L1733. Restored and in working condition. Includes two keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 5,500.00 - 8,000.00

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54 - RARE 1¢ CAILLE MASCOT GRIP AND LUNG TESTER. 16”D x 21”W x 63”T. Rare combination grip and lung testing arcade machine produced by Caille around 1904. It features a moss green repainted oak cabinet with original ornate castings, step plate, and decorative replacement marquee. The gripper is flanked on either side by charts detailing the grip strength of professions common at the time. An all original machine with a moderate amount of wear evident throughout. In working order. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 12,000.00 - 20,000.00

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55 - **5¢ BAKER’S PACERS CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 38”T x 22”W x 49”D. A fine specimen, stamped manufactured by Baker, he took these floor consoles from Pace and revamped them, turning them into Baker’s Pacers. Mimicking a horse race, there are 7 horses; Lawrin, Sea Biscuit, Dauber, War Admiral, Omaha, Black Gold and El Chico. 5¢ allows one to play for tokens, which could be exchanged for 2-100 more free plays if won. Or hit the Daily Double for more plays. With visible wear and scratches along the wood paneling but retaining the original glass, paint on the castings, displays, and horse figurines. This machine is in working order and plays well. Circa 1939. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 14,000.00 - 20,000.00

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56 - ARTILLERY DUEL MERMAID ARCADE GAME FRAME. 14”D x 29”W x 97”T. One of the most visually stunning coin operated machines ever manufactured by any company during the earlier part of the 20th century! The cast framework depicts a mermaid flanked on either side by Victorian dolphins that support the game which is then crowned with a statuesque finial. Displayed at a place of prominence in the previously owner’s home with a beautifully painted surface resembling a bronze and verdigris finish. “A. Matthews 3/50” is etched into the water beneath the left dolphin, this is believed to be one of the original “mermaid machines” which were initially boat race arcade games. Once the manufacturer realized that having water in a arcade game was unsanitary and impractical they changed these beautiful machines to the now popular artillery shooters. In the past these machines, in complete condition, have sold for over two hundred thousand dollars($200,000)!! A rare opportunity to restore or rebuild a magnificent coin operated machine. (Very Good). 35,000.00 - 65,000.00

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57 - 1¢ ROOVER BROS. ELEPHANT WONDER JUMBO FORTUNE TELLER. 16”D x 16”W x 65-1/2”T. This remarkable and rare beauty is the Elephant Wonder arcade machine. Roover Bros. answered the popularity of the Mlle. Zita with this anthropomorphic elephant. Most popular with clientele of the period as well as collectors today, Roover manufactured five different fortune tellers and this example probably the rarest and most desirable amongst them! Jumbo, the Elephant Wonder, is dressed in a lovely Victorian era silk and lace dress, with wooden limbs and articulating leather trunk. For a penny she flips through her book of fortunes to deliver a message to a lucky patron. The ornate cast iron base is in original condition and shows some paint loss that does not detract from the beauty of the piece. This fortune telling elephant is as the name appropriately implies: wonderful! Very fine with well done replacement marquee and back panel. This exceptional and very well preserved machine is certain to be a center piece in any advanced collection. Possibly a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a extremely rare arcade machine of this caliber. Circa 1899. One key is provided. (Excellent). 150,000.00 - 250,000.00

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58 - 1¢ GLOBE LIGHTHOUSE GRIP TEST ARCADE MACHINE. 83”T x 17”W x 17-1/2”D. A completely original machine with original paint. Great look overall with some paint chips. Features sleek cabinetry, black cast iron legs and light up globe. Patron tests their strength with results varying from 200-Weak to 500-Woman to 900-Try Again. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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59 - 5¢ MUTOSCOPE K.O. CHAMP BOXING ARCADE MACHINE. 23”D x 48”W x 52”T. Excellent original example with all original graphics. Fun machine, painted in bright red and mustard yellow with “Its A Knockout!” on each side. Contains 3 figural characters; a referee, a boxer in red shorts, and a boxer blue shorts. The black button raises which ever boxer was knocked down in the previous game, the hand grip allows left and right movements, and the triggers allow arm movements. “For a knockdown, hit opponent on chin, while light is on.” Circa 1955. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 7,000.00 - 10,000.00

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60 - 5¢ REGINA HEXAPHONE FLOOR MODEL PHONOGRAPH CYLINDER PLAYER. 63-1/2”T. x 24”W. x 17-1/2”D. This coin operated phonograph allows the user to choose from six amberol cylinders of music. The oak cabinet and internal horn are in good condition. The instructions in the marquee are not original. Crank is not present. Includes keys. (Very Good). 6,000.00 - 9,000.00

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61 - 5¢ GRANDMOTHERS PREDICTIONS “CLEVELAND GRANDMA” FORTUNE TELLER. 80”T x 31”W x 29”D. This is a 20th century arcade fortune teller, housed in wood with light gold details. This very nice original machine has the original dress and screen painted emblem on the bottom door. Centered at the bottom, the glass reads “What does Grandma say?” in gold reflective lettering. Behind the glass, sits a realistic life-size Grandmother automaton with silver hair, glass brown eyes and red lips. The details on her face are well done, resembling a very aged yet beautiful face. The interior contains a Westinghouse motor and a small stack of fortune cards. Also includes 6 new old stock packages of 250 cards. The wood of the cabinet shows some wear, mostly near the coin slot and edges. An excellent and beautiful original piece overall that is very rare. In working order, this machine operates using US quarters. One key is provided. (Good). 15,000.00 - 30,000.00

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62 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. HERCULES BALL GRIP TESTER. 18”D x 18”W x 95”T. In this grip testing game, patrons squeeze the grip handle to raise the ball as high as they are able. The bell chimes as the ball lowers back into the resting position. Housed in a golden oak cabinet topped with a bearded strongman or Hercules figure. Showing original older paint with the top marquee being a replacement. Produced by Exhibit Supply Co. from 1929-1933. Three keys are included. (Very Good - Excellent). 4,000.00 - 6,000.00 63 - 5¢ AEROMATIC PLAY BASKETBALL UPRIGHT ARCADE GAME. 65-1/2”T. x 30-1/2”W. x 20”D. These rare machines from the 1920’s use pneumatic puffs of air to shoot the ball. This machine is in original, unrestored condition. Serial No. 5097. It comes with its even more rare original stand. More than half of the score keeping beads are missing. One key is included. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 64 - 5¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE ELECTRIC TRAVELING CRANE. 68-1/2”T x 23-1/2”W x 21-1/2”D. This coin operated amusement machine features sleek wood paneling, a silver metal plated front grill and silver metal base. The interior of this crane contains a variety of prizes, two iron castings representing The Empire State Building and a miniature iron crane. The crane operates through a rotating lever which then acts as a pulley system while it automatically moves forward or backward. In order for this machine to run properly, the candy storage underneath the lever must always remain filled. Crane includes original manual, design concept print and plastic capsules for prizes. Condition is very good with only a few indications of wear due to an older restoration. In working order. Circa 1933. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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65 - 1¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE REEL CO. MYSTIC MIRROR FORTUNE TELLER. 16”D x 19”W x 63-1/2”T. A unique fortune teller manufactured by the International Mutoscope Reel Co. Inc of New York during the 1920’s. The directions card instructs players to “Place pointer on question you desire; drop coin in slot then pull and hold lever down”. The card shows moderate soiling and tears, though the instructions are still quite legible. The upper window on the front of the cabinet features a charming vignette of a forest path with greyed center where the answer displays. The upper marquee depicts a swami reading from a crystal ball and appears to retain the original coloring. There is a break on one of the connecting brackets of the marquee where an older repair was made. The electrical cord to this device is in a state of disrepair but the machine is working. Four keys are provided. (Good - Very Good). 2,500.00 - 5,000.00 66 - 25¢ ORIGINAL ZOLTAN PROPHETRON FORTUNE TELLER ARCADE MACHINE. 70”T x 28”W x 24-1/2”D. This Zoltan fortune teller manufactured by Prophetron in 1967 until the early 1970’s contains the original glass front and original multi-colored glass astrological signs that border each side as well as the vertical zodiac row. Entirety is of a gold finish, with the top sitting on a large Art Deco pedestal stand. “Press button beneath birth sign and receive astrological fortune.” The globe lights up as an endless loop of fortunes are being told which can be heard through the receiver. There is some wear throughout but is mostly seen near the zodiac buttons. The Zoltan automaton and the interior appears untouched. One key is provided. (Very Good-Excellent). 5,000.00 - 9,000.00

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67 - 10¢ UNITED MFG. DERBY ROLL ARCADE MACHINE. 29”W x 80-1/2”D x 73-1/2”T. United Mfg. Co. describes this game as a “Ball Roll-Down” where players roll the ball down the Formica ramp and into a slot to advance the corresponding horse in the racing animation. With minor paint loss near the top of the scoreboard glass. In working order. One key is included. Circa 1955. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

68 - 25¢ CHICAGO COIN’S BASKETBALL CHAMP ARCADE GAME. 50”D x 27-1/2”W x 76-1/2”T. A fun basketball themed game made from 1947-1949 by Chicago Coin Machine Co. Players receive 15 balls for each coin played, and squeeze the handle to make the basketball player figure toss those balls into the net. In original, unrestored, and working condition, some wear is present to the finish. Field graphics indicate that this is a 5¢ game, but the coin slide takes quarters instead. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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69 - 1¢ CAILLE PNEUMATIC PUNCHER ARCADE MACHINE. 79”T x 19-1/2”W x 13”D. Extremely rare machine with beautiful quartered white oak cabinet. 1 of 1 re-creation machine made by John Papa. Few known originals. Beautiful cabinetry, two tall spiral columns, black leather punching pillow and Victorian inspired claw legs. The objective is to beat “Jeffries Record” of 1900. Patrons results can vary from 100 to 2000. In working order. One key is provided. (Excellent). 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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70 - 1¢ CAILLE BROS. ATLAS “TOWER LIFT” ARCADE MACHINE. 100”T x 14”W x 25”D. Restored original machine with new cabinet in quartered white oak. The array of vibrant colorful lights illuminate as the player lifts the handle. Circa 1904. Includes three keys. (Excellent). 6,500.00 - 9,000.00 71 - 5¢ CHESTER-POLLARD PLAY FOOTBALL ARCADE MACHINE. 20”D x 44”W x 72”T. A very fine original example. The original background graphics have been touched up. The cabinet shows very little wear to the finish. Circa 1924-1926. Includes keys. (Excellent). 3,500.00 - 4,500.00 72 - 1¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE “CLAM SHELL” ARCADE VIEWER. 19”D x 18”W x 64”T. This early “clam shell” Mutoscope gets its name from the lovely scallop shell that adorns either side of the silver cabinet. For a cent, patrons could view “Little Egypt in her Hoochy Kootchy Dance, The Sensation of the Chicago World Fair”. Viewers could control the speed of the film by cranking the handle. The machine is not currently working due to the state of the electrical cord and there is a broken leaf fond in the back. Circa 1895-1901. Four keys are provided. (Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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73 - 1¢ CAILLE BROS. WASHINGTON SCALE. 16”D x 27”W x 75”T. Rich mahogany cabinet with ornate nickel plated castings, upper marquee, and black platform. The colorful dial bears the portrait of George Washington and is bordered with weight measurements in pounds. The castings are original with a nice tin litho dial but the upper back door and marquee are replacements. In working order. Circa 1905. Four keys are included. (Very Good). 3,500.00 - 5,500.00

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75 - 1¢ A.B.T. BILLIARD PRACTICE PINBALL MACHINE. 11”T x 18”W x 30”D. This unique pinball machine has more of a resemblance to a pool table with an aluminum pistol as its coin entry and its trigger as what releases the pinball for play. The pistol is able to rotate 180 degrees and extends 4.5 inches out from the front grill. There are visible scratches throughout the dark wood paneling and legs. In working order. Manufactured by A.B.T. circa 1931. One key is provided. (Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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74 - 1¢ BOXING FLOOR MODEL ARCADE MACHINE. 60”T x 28”W x 24”D. The manufacturer of this product is unknown but the one key provided is labeled “Prototype.” It is an upright arcade machine with oak wood paneling and has 4 glass panels to view the two boxers and referee. There are two levers; left lever controls the left boxer and right lever controls the right boxer. A beautiful and detailed marquee reads “1¢ Boxing” above the machine. In very good condition, with little indications of wear and otherwise, still operational when plugged in. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 5,000.00

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76 - 25¢ WILLIAMS LINE DRIVE BASEBALL PINBALL ARCADE MACHINE. 73”T x 26”W x 61”D. Red and blue painted stars scattered on a white background throughout the exterior of the machine. The interior and playing field are exceptionally clean, left button is for pitching and right button is for batting. Game allows for two players and contains a grand slam ramp. Within the backbox, there is a large light up display with an inner baseball motion performance, 32”T x 27”W x 18”D. Restored. Circa 1972. One key is provided. (Excellent). 2,500.00 - 5,000.00


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77 - 1¢ CAILLE BROS THE LITTLE WONDER LUNG TEST ARCADE MACHINE. 26”T x 14”W x 10”D. This coin operated device appeared in the early 1900’s. After dropping one penny, the individual is to blow into the tube and raise a floater within the glass cylinder. It features an oak cabinet and silver metal marquee that reads “Drop Cent In Slot And Blow Steadily. Figures On The Glass Indicate Capacity Of Lungs. 20-Poor 40-Good 60-Excellent.” The rubber tube appears to be coming out of a cherubs mouth and is ripped near the funnel piece. Recreated by Gorski, it has a fun appearance but does not operate. One key is included. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

78 - 10¢ MIDWAY’S CHAMP PINBALL MACHINE. 61-1/2”T. x 28”W x 52”D. Champ was manufactured by Midway in 1963 and is designed for either one or two players. The wood cabinet has been painted red, white, and blue and both the backglass and playing field are excellent. The animated track in the back box shows great color but the cardboard crowd scene shows some wear. Fully operational. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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79 - LOT OF 2: 5¢ FELIX THE CAT MUTOSCOPE VIEWER AND MOVIE POSTER. 74”T x 18”W x 18-1/2”D. This lot of two consists of two Felix The Cat items. 1 - formed in the early 1920’s, International Mutoscope Co. NY, manufactured this 5¢ mutoscope reel. Top display reads “Real Movies: Felix The Cat 5¢” with features such as a wooden base, cast iron legs, cast iron frame, gold rotating lever and flip card movie reel inside. There are visible signs of wear throughout but the viewer is in working order. Two keys are provided. 74”T x 18”W x 18-1/2”D. 1 - “Felix the Cat The Movie” poster, which was released in 1988 in other countries and 1990 in the US. It has a black wooden frame with dimensions of 32-1/2”T x 42”W. (Good-Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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80 - FUN HOUSE MIRROR. 11-1/2”D x 32”W x 70”T. An original fun house mirror with yellow frame and curved surface. Designed to make the person in front of the mirror larger on the bottom than on the top of vice versa depending on which direction the mirror is placed. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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81 - 5¢ TIN EGG VENDING MACHINE. 55-1/2”T x 18-1/2”W x 18-1/2”D. Cast iron dispenser, resembling a hen keeping her eggs warm on top of a wicker basket with a dark green cast iron base. The interior contains an array of colorful tin egg capsules, used to hold candy or prizes. Using only 5¢, pull the lever at the front and an egg will drop down to the tray. Operates perfectly. There is minor wear throughout but has an overall pleasant appearance. Three keys are provided. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00 82 - 1¢ WHITE VENDING MACHINE CO. HAPPY JAP GUM VENDOR. 9”D x 10”W x 14”T. Bright yellow cast iron vending machine produced by White Vending Machine Co. in 1902. With flat coin entry near the top of the head and dual vending slots inside the mouth. All original cast iron cabinetry with some wear to what appears to be the original paint and a very clean clockwork mechanism. In working order. With two keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 8,000.00 - 12,000.00 83 - 25¢ PEPSIN WHITE CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 15”T. x 10-1/2”D. Circa 1907. This private labeled countertop machine vended pepsin chewing gum. Decal is only partially legible, however, it is original. This machine is hard to find. The lower base shows some pitting, the name tag on the front is loose, and the top ornament is not present. Overall in very good, working condition. (Very Good). 4,000.00 - 7,000.00

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84 - 1¢ MILLS “LADY” PERFUME SPRAYER. 102”T x 32”W x 23”D. Large floor model perfume dispenser of a life size, three dimensional female figure. After a penny has been inserted, patron receives a perfume spray coming from the flower in the lovely lady’s hand. Offering “Le Parfum De Lilacs” as indicated in a framed display next to the figure. It is burgundy throughout with a light green background. There are pink hand carved floral motifs on the sides, matching the color of the woman’s dress. Includes a beautiful marquee, with a gold cherub in the top center. There are cast iron features but shows minor oxidation. There is a small singular line crack on the clavicle with little minor paint loss near right shoulder, from the normal expansion and contraction of the plaster. Overall in beautiful, excellent condition. Circa 1905. Two keys are included. (Excellent). 10,000.00 - 20,000.00

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85 - 1¢ BRASS CHICLETS GUM VENDING SCALE. 26”D x 15”W x 81”T. Aside from the beauty of the Greek key trim and ionic column stand, what makes this brass scale unique is the addition of a Chiclets gum vendor. The vending portion of the scale displays a mirrored dial and is flanked on either side of the cabinet by domed advertising columns. Crowning the piece is an ornate clock that proclaims “Your Correct Weight Free With Every Sale”. This machine still contains its original plating and wood finish with a new glass and dial. A distinctive piece that would make a wonderful addition to any collection. In working order. Three keys and a winding key are included. (Very Good). 15,000.00 - 25,000.00

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86 - 1¢ BUFFALO CHEWING GUM VENDOR. 16-1/2”T. x 10-1/2” D. Circa 1907. This is a highly collectible vending machine. Unfortunately, very few survived. Expert believes the decal is new and the top marquee is questionable. Otherwise, the machine is a nice example. Manufactured by the Buffalo Gum Co. One key is included. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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87 - 10PF REICHERT’S EIERHANDLUNG HAN & HENNE VENDOR. 11”D x 21-1/2”W x 25”T. Richard Reichert of Germany produced this charming candy vending machine with farm scene around 1925. The sheet metal cabinet is made to look like a Tudor style chicken coop. Behind the window are a hen and rooster with their six baby chicks. In working order with some wear present throughout. One key is provided. (Good - Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 88 - 1¢ PULVER TOO CHOOS CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 5-1/2”D. x 10-1/2”W. x 24”T. This tall case wall mount vendor features four red porcelain panels with white lettering and the Foxy Grandpa figure inside, still operational. This style was the first of the porcelain tall case vendors made by Pulver. Each of the porcelain panels shows good color and shine with some chipping, especially to the edges. Circa 1915. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 2,500.00 - 3,000.00 54

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89 - 1¢ PULVER TOO CHOOS WALL MOUNT GUM MACHINE. 24”T x 9-1/2”W x 6”D. Manufactured in 1915, this gum dispenser is in good condition- containing the original interior displays and original paint of bright red on the porcelain front. The cast iron has clearly oxidized but gives it a warm antique appearance. Aging interior parchment reads “A 5¢ Package Of Pulver Gum Given Free For Each Green Wrapper.” Behind the barred windows, standing next to the 3 channels, features an older man dressed in a fancy fabric suit wearing glasses and he is named Foxy Grandpa or The Professor. No keys. (Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 90 - MOTHER’S CHURN “FRESH-CHURNED BUTTERMILK” DISPENSER. 14”W x 16-1/2”D x 32”T. Off-white and black porcelain enamel dispenser with churning rod. A 2” chip in the porcelain in present on the top near the churning rod, as well as a smaller 1/2” chip near the base of the dispenser. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

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91 - 1¢ EHL FOUR IN ONE GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE. 16-1/2”T x 7”W x 7”D. Engraved on the chrome finish, has “The 4 in 1” on the left side and “EHL” on the right. EHL stands for Earl H. Lohmuller of Penny King System. Also features a 360 degree rotation, 4 glass compartments for confectioneries and an art deco design. Signs of age all around the metal plating. Last coin is visible for slug detection. One key is provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00 92 - 1¢ ADVANCE MACHINE CO. CLIMAX 10 NUT VENDING MACHINE. 20-1/2”T x 8-1/2”W x 8”D. This is a nicely restored piece, painted a bold red partnered with slight details of gold. It has a cast iron body and an ornate, triangular design with a goose neck coin entry and built-in tray. Manufactured in 1915 by Advance Machine Co. One key is provided. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 LOT - 91

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93 - BRASS FLOOR MODEL NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. 28-1/2”W x 19”D x 65-1/2”T. Marked model 552(2) E-5F in original condition, showing wear and patina to the finish. A 5 drawer register in the Empire design on a large, 9 compartment wood base. Featuring an “Amount Purchased” top sign and original paper is in the receipt cage. Serial number 1456510, circa 1914. Includes key. (Good). 800.00 - 2,000.00 94 - BRASS MODEL 35 NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. 16-1/2”W. x 15”D. x 22”T. This register shows the Chicken Scratch case design with matching top sign that reads “This Registers the Amount of your Purchase”. Features 27 keys and a mismatched nickel cash drawer front. In working order with minor green patina. Serial number 113180, circa 1896. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00 95 - THE TOTAL ACCOUNT SYSTEM ACCOUNTING REGISTER. 21-1/2”W x 22-1/2”D x 25”T. This countertop register features a “Total Account System” plaque showing a patent date of August 4, 1914. There are green metal dividers marked “Index” and additional dividers numbered from 20 to 160 in increments of 20. Index plate has cards with names written on them. The unit rests on a wood base with a lower drawer and decorative brass side and back panels holding the green metal plates in place. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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96 - MULTI-COIN ROCK-OLA PHONOGRAPH JUKEBOX. 58”T x 30”W x 26”D. Manufactured in 1974, this Model 1426 is similar to its postwar sister, Model 1422. It shares the same Cathedral design but has a new chrome front grill. Beautiful as it is, it is known as one of the most classic machines. It features sleek oak wood paneling, amber colored plastic borders which light up when a record is playing, a 20 song selection, and has a rendering of musical notes displayed on glass. There are indications of wear throughout and can be seen along the grille but is in good condition. This jukebox is able to play but will not move past selection 11. No keys provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00 97 - MULTI-COIN WURLITZER “VICTORY” JUKEBOX. 65-1/2”T. x 43”W. x 27”D. Rationing of manufacturing materials at the beginning of WWII required the designers at Wurlitzer to get inventive. This 1942 “Victory” Model pulled it off with an air of luxury. The angled cabinet is sometimes referred to as the “coffin” and is flanked by two massive, carved solid wood pedestals. The flat wood front, pierced with a grille incorporating the Model 950’s feather motif, has a beautiful circular top door with a rotary selector to choose from 24 phonographs. Also on the front are the three coin slides to accept nickels, dimes, and quarters. The angled panels are set with reverse painted glass depicting musical cornucopias, a bard, an early starlet, and all retain most of their color with only a few scratches and aging. No keys are included and it is missing its back panel. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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98 - MULTI-COIN WURLITZER “THE BUBBLER” JUKEBOX. 60”T x 32”W x 24”D. Known as the best and most classic jukebox of all time, The Bubbler, mirrored the positive post war attitude with its bubble-tube lights and cathedral like construction. It has a sleek wood paneling with 3 rows of reflective tiles, lined horizontally on each side and has a chrome base. This jukebox had sold over 55,000 units, within 2 years, saving the manufacturer from near bankruptcy. It displays a variety of features such as its elaborate design, accents of chrome, colorful lighting and a 24 song selection ranging from The Platters to Frank Sinatra to Nat King Cole. Behind the glass window, the interior mimics a theatrical stage and rendering musical notes. Circa 1946. Possible restoration. 4 keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 3,500.00

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99 - LIMONAIRE FRERES WALDKIRCH FAIRGROUND BAND ORGAN. 71”T x 90”W x 32”D. Ivory is painted throughout with gold, fuchsia, teal and peach pink painted over the artistic carved details. “Limoniare Freres Waldkirch” in gold lettering, centered at the top. There is wear with multiple indications of paint loss and use. Plays with 7 ¼” folding paper books. Comes with several books of music including Orchestrone No. 49 playing an endless sheet of nine songs. The 46 Keyless Limonaire organ with cymbals and drums was built in Waldkirch in Breisgan, Schwarzwald, Germany around 1908. Restored in 1987. The machine sold for a hammer price of $24,900 in 2004. (Good). 10,000.00 - 25,000.00

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100 - RARE 1920’S WURLITZER CALIOLA BRASS PIPE ORGAN. 67-1/2”T x 44”W x 40”D. This machine is extremely rare. Colored in a vibrant red accompanied by a multitude of gold details with two colonial columns standing tall on each side. “Wurlitzer” is centered at the top in gold lettering. The bottom displays a hand painted outdoor landscape with the hard use of red tones. There are 44 brass pipes exhibited within the interior capped with dark wood. Only a couple of these machines with the brass pipes are known to exist. Circa 1927. (Very Good - Excellent). 10,000.00 - 25,000.00

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101 - REGINA MUSICAL GRANDFATHER CHIME CLOCK. 90”T x 25-1/2”W x 18”D. A seemingly simplistic upright clock that is made of mahogany wood with gold details, showing very minor scratches throughout. Some paint loss on the numbers of the clock face with a faint black smudge over the 10. “Tempus Fugit” is written in black lettering, centered at the top. There are 14 resonating bells, ringing every half hour or can be set to play every hour with extra musical disc included. Comes with key for the door, wind up key and crank. (Very Good - Excellent). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00 102 - THE STELLA DISC MUSIC BOX WITH ORIGINAL STAND. 44-1/2”T. x 34”W. x 26”D. Housed in a mahogany case with a beautiful embossed design on the front, this double comb music box has one lower drawer for storage and a crank handle. Marked serial number 3762. Both the music box and its stand show light scratches throughout with evidence of a repair on the right front claw foot. Original stand measures 30-1/4” tall. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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103 - 5¢ MILLS VIOLANO-VIRTUOSO MUSIC PLAYER. 64-1/2”T x 43”W x 31”D. Only 4,000 to 5,000 of these Mills Violano-Virtuoso music players were made, this version with a piano included was made after 1912. It is a stunning piece of work featuring one interior light, a 4 panel front glass divider and a sleek mahogany cabinet gleaming with gold details. There are 44 inner piano keys with the viola magnificently sitting at the center. Sadly, only one of the four strings are attached. Invented by Henry. K Sandell, the Violano-Virtuoso also plays perforated music rolls. ‘Designated by the U.S. Government as one of the “Eight Greatest Inventions” of the decade.’ as read on the interior plaque. Comes with multiple music rolls. This restored machine comes with midi and over 60 discs of music containing 600 songs. Minimal wear, seen only at the base and on the top left-hand edge. Overall in very beautiful condition. Includes three keys as well as original service tools. (Excellent). 20,000.00 - 40,000.00 60

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104 - WURLITZER CAROUSEL ORGAN. 78”T x 47”W x 24-1/2”D. Also known as a band organ, this Wurlitzer music machine has a handwritten notation stating it is Model 146. However, due to its simple design, it more closely matches the description of the Model 103. Predominately used for its ongoing, automatic sounds for a carousel ride. This product has oak wood paneling all around with gold features. Comes with two single drums on top of hand carved wood panels placed on each side of the organ and extending out 18 inches. Front displays 3 different renderings of woodland landscapes and a cymbal centered at the top. Circa 1920’s. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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105 - REGINA MUSIC BOX, STAND, AND 15-1/2” DISCS. Stand: 24”W. x 21-1/2”D. x 34”T. Including 1 - Regina music box housed in a nice wood cabinet. Player is marked with serial number 18286. Interior is missing one piece of the trim around the artwork insert which is showing significant discoloration. Plays well. Measures 21-1/4”W. x 19”D. x 11”T. 1 - Complementary stand designed for disc storage showing scrapes to the finish throughout and is missing the front door. Also includes 51 15-1/2” perforated discs, a small winding key, crank handle, and a newspaper clipping dated March 4, 1973 demonstrating that the Regina Music Box Factory was manufacturing vacuum cleaners. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 108 106 - DOUBLE TOWER DISPLAY SHOW CASE. 72”W x 28”D x 36”T. Framed with German silver, this large showcase has a flat top in the center and a tower at each end. Has both flat and curved panels of glass. Does not have back doors but appears to have been used this way. Silver could use some attention and shows damage to the right side, revealing the wood frame beneath. Just above the damage to the frame, a single panel of flat glass is cracked but intact. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 107 - LARGE DISPLAY CASE. Largest 29”D x 80”W x 25-1/2”T. Oak cabinet with clear glass top and sides with mirrored sliding doors on the back. The interior is lighted and lined with red felt. 28-1/2”D x 77”W x 18-1/2”T. The case rests atop an oak table with three drawers. One key is provided. 29”D x 80”W x 25-1/2”T. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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108 - RICHARDSON “MAID OF HONOR” STORE DISPLAY. 26”W x 70”T. Life-sized cardboard store display for “Maid of Honor Crushed Fruits and Syrups” features a woman in a white dress holding an ice cream sundae. This display was manufactured in three pieces, two of which are framed behind glass, with the remaining piece attached to the back of the frame. The piece on the back touts “I am the “Richardson” Girl (A Real Sales Booster)” along with instructions of where and how to place the stand to maximize its sales-boosting benefits. Wear can be seen along all of the edges of the framed pieces, most notably at the top of the woman’s hat and near the feet, with evidence of slight staining throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 800.00 - 1,000.00

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109 - FIGURAL CAST IRON BUTLER SMOKING STAND LAMP. 7-1/2”D x 9-1/2”W x 36-1/2”T. This figural floor stand includes a brass ashtray, matchbook holder, and a small cup for additional matches or cigarettes. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 110 - FIGURAL CAST IRON USHER SMOKING STAND. 10”D x 9”W x 32”T. Figural floor stand includes a brass ashtray, matchbox holder, and a cup for cigarettes or additional matches. Oxidation and wear present throughout. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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111 - FLAT TOP OAK AND GLASS CIGAR CASE. 53”W x 23”D x 13”T. This display showcase has 2 display areas on each end with rear access doors, a center section with top display that is a large drawer which opens from the rear, and a concealed cash drawer below. Side sections are glass on the front, top, and side, while the center has a glass top only. All glass is old and wavy, free from cracks. A nice case. (Very Good). 500.00 - 750.00 112 - WOODEN MIGHTY MOUSE CAROUSEL CHARACTER. 16-1/2”T x 9”W x 41”D. Wooden hand painted mouse character. Has blue eyes with daring smile, wearing a red cape. Condition is fair with paint tarnishing over time and evidence of wear throughout. Made for a kiddie carousel, hole and cast iron mount is at the center. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 113 - WOODEN BIRD CAROUSEL CHARACTER. 15”T x 11”W x 24”D. Wooden hand painted duck. Has a black body with blue eyes wearing a blue sleeping cap. Condition is fair with paint tarnishing over time and has evidence of wear throughout. Made for a carousel, hold and cast iron mount is at the center. Somewhat resembles Walter Lantz “Cartune” character Chilly Willy, a penguin. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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114 - WOODEN WOODY WOODPECKER CHARACTER CAROUSEL. 17-1/2”T x 7-1/2” x 31”D. Wooden hand painted Woody Woodpecker character. Signature red color with yellow beak and light blue onesie. Condition is fair with evidence of wear throughout and minor paint scratches. Made for a carousel, hole and cast iron mount is at the center. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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115 - WOODEN INSECT CAROUSEL CHARACTER. 22”T x 10”W x 30”D. Wooden hand painted Jiminy Cricket doppelganger. Face and body colored in green with blue eyes. Wearing a yellow/white coat with red shoes and red hat. Made for a carousel with a hole and cast iron mount at the center. Condition is fair with paint tarnishing over time. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 116 - PENNY-FARTHING HIGH WHEEL BICYCLE. 57”T x 50”Dia. Popular in the 1880’s for its large front wheel and small back wheel, it was the first of its kind. The name comes from the British pennies and farthings, one being greater in size than the other. Its time was short lived but it became a symbol of the Victorian era. Made mostly of cast iron with a leather seat and lined wheels. At 57” tall, the large wheel has a 50” diameter. The small wheel has a 16” diameter with the handle bar being 16” long. As you run to create some speed, a small peg on the left side of the bicycle helps lift your body over the seat. (Good). 2,500.00 - 5,000.00

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117 - PAIR OF WINGED GARGOYLE LAMP POSTS WITH FINIALS. Largest 17”D x 17”W x 110”T. This pair of cast aluminum street lamps comes in four separate pieces: two bases and two finials. All parts are cast out of aluminum and show some ground spots where they may have been repaired at one point. The somewhat Gothic finials shows four winged gargoyles, each with a light housing beneath its chin. On the underside of each of the finials is written, in ink, “Mexico”, 44”D x 44”W x 34”T. One wing has been broken. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

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118 - KNOX & TANNER CO. WESTERN FULL SEAT SADDLE. 23-1/2” x 39”. Circa 1900. Very clean. Original ranch used conditioned full seat saddle, purchased from the original owner. Embossed designed boarder on seat, skirt and stirrup leathers. Rawhide sewn in on cantle binding. No makers mark present. An excellent example of cowboy Americana. Stirrup leathers may have been changed. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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119 - LOT OF 2: ENGLISH WICKER PICNIC BASKETS. 26” x 15” x 18”. Including 1 - larger picnic basket with porcelain dishes and tea cups, glass preserve jars and utensils. 1 - smaller picnic basket with enameled dishes, metal tea pots, glass water bottles with wicker housing and utensils. Both baskets are missing several serving pieces and have worn and cracked leather bindings. (Fair). 600.00 - 900.00 120 - FIGURAL CIGAR CUTTER AND LIGHTER. 17-1/2”T. x 8”W. x 5-3/4”D. This cutter depicts a man with a mace and a hand held high in greeting. It features a variety of elements reminiscent of Greek mythology and is made from a light, non-magnetic metal--probably aluminum or zinc (pot metal). At the man’s feet is an owl, whose head is removable and reveals a lighter. Embossed lettering was cast into the socle and reads, “Straiton & Storm / Joe Brandt / ‘Pinnacle’ / ‘Bouquet’ / New York Segars”. The whole piece has a light brown patina with a slight green tinge. The Straiton & Storm company became General Cigar in 1917. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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121 - WOODEN BLACK AMERICANA FOLK ART NODDER. 8”W x 37”T. Hand carved with the original surface, this stand shows incredible detail in the face, shirt, tie, and jacket. Caricature is possibly of a hotel or railroad porter. Appears to be missing some parts, including a clockwork mechanism in the back to activate the nodding motion of the head. A very unique piece that is wonderful as is or with some work. Circa early 20th century. (Good). 500.00 - 750.00

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122 - WM. DEMUTH CIGAR STORE INDIAN MAIDEN STATUE. 71”T x 171/2”W x 17”D. Beautiful zinc statue depicting a Native American Indian squaw cradling a bundle of cigars in her left arm and holding tobacco leaves in her right hand. She is finely dressed in traditional clothing with a unique plume of feathers atop her headdress. At her feet is stamped “Wm Demuth & Co. 507 & 509 Broadway, New York”. She is mounted on the original period wooden base with handles on either side. “Smoke Shop” is displayed on three of the four sides of the base. The statue has taken on a nice patina over time since her creation in 1865. The wooden base shows wear and signs of paint loss. This statue can be found on page 47 of Frederick Fried’s book “Artists in Wood”. (Excellent). 25,000.00 - 35,000.00

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123 - NATIVE AMERICAN BEADED DANCE SHAWL. Largest 12”D x 40”W x 54”T. Densely beaded in sky blue seed beads with red, white, and blue stars and flags designs on the front and flag design on the back. The lower edges are trimmed in leather fringe and the poncho is lined in cotton calico fabric. Some tears in the cloth are evident, as well as bead loss near each of the shoulder areas. 54”W x 29”T. The poncho is displayed on a metal T-stand. (Good - Very Good). 5,000.00 - 7,000.00

124 - NATIVE AMERICAN CHIEF AND BUFFALO PLANTER WITH PEDESTAL. 32-1/2”T x 13-1/2”W x 11”D. Made by T.H. Tattler Decorating Co. in 1900, this planter was obtained during the Pan-AM Expo in Buffalo, NY in 1901. It is colored in dark green with a colorful rendering of an Indian Chief displayed at the front and a buffalo on the back. There is a die-cut top with sculpted Victorian designs seen throughout and two opposite hand sculpted handles. There is a stunning Victorian design sculpted all around the top and base of the pedestal. The dark green shade fades to a lighter green once reaching the center. The pedestal is 16”T x 11”Dia. Minor wear, outstanding example. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 125 - BUFFALO HUNT BUFFALO POTTERY PITCHER. 6-1/2”T x 8”W x 7”D. Colored in beautiful teal blue and white, this pitcher depicts a buffalo on one side and a band of Native Americans riding on horses, hunting the buffalo on the other. Has a round shape with the spout extending 1-1/2 inches. Circa 1900-1910 and signed, very rare item. There is minor paint loss, giving the paint a gold flecked appearance and can be seen throughout. (Very Good). 600.00 - 800.00

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126 - CHIEF GERONIMO CLAY BOWL. 5-1/2”T x 12”Dia. Of the Apache Indians- Geronimo was a warrior, a medicine man and a spiritual leader. He and his band of warriors raided territories after Apache leader, Cochise, signed a peace treaty with the US in 1872. This clay bowl is an exceptional portrait of Chief Geronimo, with his eyes telling the story of his journey. Illegibly signed and dated. Little signs of wear, only seen underneath the bowl. Paperwork is included with information on Geronimo and the Apaches. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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127 - CIGAR STORE NATIVE AMERICAN CHALK COUNTER TOP FIGURE. 20”T x 6-1/2”W x 5”D. This Native American is beautifully painted in natural earth colors. The male seems to be overlooking the horizon, while holding a tomahawk. Circa 1890-1900. There is some wear to the paint but this is to be expected for its age. (Very Good). 600.00 - 800.00

130 - LOT OF 2: NATIVE AMERICAN PITCHER AND MUG. Larger: 6”Dia. x 12-3/4”T. Including 1 - Tall pitcher showing a small repair on the lip. Measuring 12-1/2”T;1 - Mug measuring 5”T. Both items are brown in color with a silver trim and show the same image of an Indian Brave. Marked W.H. Tatler Decorating Co. Circa 1900. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

128 - LOT OF 5: MILK GLASS INDIAN VASES. Various: 4-1/2” to 8”T. Circa 1900. This matching set is comprised of vases of various shapes and sizes, from 4 1/2” to 8” tall. Brown in color with pictures of chiefs and warriors on the front. No chips or cracks. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

131 - BATTLE AX CIGAR STORE INDIAN SQUAW STATUE. 19-1/2”D x 15-1/2”W x 68”T. This carved wooden statue depicts a Native American Indian squaw standing with right hand extended holding a bundle of cigars. She is outfitted in a blue dress with a red fringed shawl draped over her left shoulder. The front and sides of the base bear tin signs advertising Battle Ax Plug tobacco. A significant amount of wear is present throughout the statue in the form of cracks, paint loss, and chipping. The face bears the most notable damage, having large portions of the paint chipped away exposing the light wood underneath. Circa 1800’s. (Fair - Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

129 - LOT OF 5: MILK GLASS INDIAN VASES. Various: 6-8”T. This lot of 5 includes matching brown vases of various sizes and shapes, each with an image of an Indian chief or warrior on the front. Circa 1900. No chips or cracks. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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132 - ASTLEY D.M. COOPER PAINTING “FIGURES IN A STORM”. 36”T x 55-1/2”W. Oil on canvas painting by Astley David Middleton Cooper (1856-1924). This painting, set in a period correct oak frame, depicts two men and a woman in a small boat afloat on a stormy sea. It is signed by the artist in the lower left hand corner: “A.D. Cooper 1891”. There is a dime-sized abrasion in the sky with a mark that trails 4-1/2” down into the sea. The abrasion exhibits loss of paint and an apparent attempt to repaint the area. A lovely piece by a notable artist. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

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133 - COMMODORE GEORGE DEWEY PORTRAIT IN AMERICAN SHIELD FRAME. 17-3/4”W x 23-1/4”T. Shield-shaped wooden frame with American flag design and central image of Commodore George Dewey, USN. The frame is crowned with five 14”T American flags. The surface of the shield displays some crazing as well as general wear. The portrait of the Commodore is a contemporary copy. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 1,000.00 134 - CARVED BEAR COAT AND UMBRELLA STAND. 20”D x 17”W x 80”T. Black Forest style carved umbrella and coat rack with large bear at the base and two smaller bears climbing up the tree trunk. With detachable branches that screw into place. A crack runs vertically through the back of the large bear from its head to its bottom, with subsequent cracks running vertically through the smaller bears and the tree trunk. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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135 - APOTHECARY CABINET AND SHELVES. Overall: 96-1/2”T. x 163”W. x 17”D. This large cabinet consists of a base cabinet and upper shelves. Both are constructed from a variety of solid woods. The base cabinet measures 36-1/4”H x 163”W x 17”D and has 36 drawers. The upper shelves measure 60-1/4”H x 158-3/4”W x 14”D and has 12 shelves. Numerous scratches and dents commensurate with use. Most drawer fronts have apothecary labels. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

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136 - LARGE OAK AND GLASS CABINET. Overall: 92-1/2”H x 242”W x 16”D This large oak and glass cabinet separates into two base cabinets with five sliding glass doors and two upper cabinets, also with five sliding glass doors. The two base cabinets measure 36”H x 144”W x 16”D and 36”H x 98”W x 16”. The two upper cabinets have very nice beaded details on the faces and crown moulding. They measure 56-1/2”H x 96”W x 14-3/4”D and 56-1/2”H x 144”W x 14-3/4”D. The joints of the upper and lower cabinets are offset. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

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LOT - 138 137 - DECORATIVE STAND WITH POOL CUES. 19”D. x 72”T. Having an ornate cast metal base, metal central pole, and circular wooden rack with spaces to hold 8 pool cues. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,500.00

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138 - LOT OF 6: WOODEN SWIVEL BAR STOOLS WITH SOLID BRASS BASE PEDESTAL. Each: 34”T x 20-1/2”W x 18”D. A nice set of six oak swivel bar stools with wicker splat and seats, framed with wood that has an oceanic motif matching the designs of the solid brass base pedestal. Carved and molded with incredible detail. Each chair has a slightly different condition, some with more wear to the wood than others. Each of the base pedestals are in good condition. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00 139 - CARVED WOOD LIBRARY TABLE. 29”T. x 57”W. x 31”D. The top of this table has a burgundy leather insert and drawers on both sides. The feet have substantial cracks and evidence of repairs. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 140 - TALL OAK WOOD TELLER’S WINDOW. 68-1/2”T x 38-1/2”W x 28-1/2”D. The bottom half of this display piece has a single shelf and two pull-out drawers above it. There is a simple design carved onto each side.

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43-1/2”T x 3-1/2”W x 28-1/2”D. The top piece features 4 frosted glass windows on each side and corner with 3 vertical bars at the center. 25”T x 41-1/4”W x 27”D. Shows signs of wear. Plaque is marked Haskell Bros. Makers 52 Madison St. Chicago. (Good). 400.00 - 1,000.00 141 - HEAVILY CARVED VICTORIAN TABLE. 30-1/2”T. x 51-1/2”W. x 31-3/4”D. This interesting table appears to be in original condition. The extensive carving lends interest even though some points around the piece have broken off through time. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 LOT - 141 LOT - 142 142 - HAND CARVED WINGED LION SIDE TABLE. 40-1/2”T x 17”Dia. This is a mahogany finished wood, hand carved pedestal stand or side table. The leg of the table and top surface underneath the circular glass features a gorgeous complex design. The wood has been intricately shaped to resemble a lion with wings. The lion goes by many names through different mythological stories- the Griffin, the deity Shedu, etc.. The same fierce lion is etched onto the surface of the table. 3 claws extend 4 inches from the table. Minimal signs of wear to this one of a kind piece. (Excellent). 700.00 - 2,000.00

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143 - **RARE 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY THE MANILA WITH STAND. 24-1/2”D x 17-1/2”W x 56”T. This outstanding pistol game is one of the machines named for Admiral George Dewey, particularly the Battle of Manila during the Spanish-American War. This impressive trade stimulator features a beautiful quarter sawn oak cabinet with nickel plated cast iron elements, and is topped with the intricately and ornately cast cylinder with domed glass top. It rests atop a stand also constructed of oak with recessed paneling trimmed in egg & dart molding and with cast feet. Players would deposit a nickel into the pistol and shoot their coin into one of the four targets, potentially winning trade checks or tokens. This lot includes three of those incredibly scarce tokens; two 1st place and one 3rd place. Also provided is the original Mills Novelty key. An absolutely remarkable game, with only one other known to exist! (Excellent). 30,000.00 - 60,000.00

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144 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. ON THE SQUARE UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 68”T x 27”W x 17”D. An excellent quality machine, working well. Housed in beautiful ornate cabinetry with a colorful interior gaming wheel and cast iron features, including a five way coin head. Very nicely restored. Circa 1910. Two keys are provided. (Restored). 25,000.00 - 40,000.00

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145 - **5¢-25¢ MILLS DOUBLE DEWEY TWO BITS SLOT MACHINE. 68”T x 53”W x 17-1/2”D. This floor model upright machine consists of a 5¢ Dewey on one side and a 25¢ Two Bits on the other, both with their original six way coin heads and housed within a sleek oak cabinet with original claw foot legs with casters. Cabinet features an array of intricate cast iron elements with a burnished copper finish including a lower music compartment that plays with each win. Both glass fronts show patriotic emblems at the center and feature the original color wheels behind. An older restoration with replacement glass and minor flaking to the color wheel on the 5¢ Dewey side. The original glass on the right 25¢ Two Bits side is in great shape. A very nice machine that plays and pays with functional music. Circa 1906. Seven keys are provided. (Excellent). 60,000.00 - 90,000.00

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146 - **5¢ & 25¢ CAILLE “SLANT FRONT” DOUBLE VENUS MUSICAL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 68”H. x 54”W. x 21”D. Perhaps the Caille slant front uprights, either the Venus or the Victor, are considered to be the quintessential uprights, however, this offering is actually a double Caille slant front Venus! Only three machines still exist today and it’s a rare opportunity to be able to add one of these extraordinary turn of the century gambling machines to one’s collection. Not only is the Venus exceptionally rare, but this is the only example known with music. This particular machine encapsulates not only visual appeal, desirability but rarity as well!! Caille Bros manufactured this machine in 1905 and it is in excellent, unrestored condition. The oak cabinet features quarter sawn tiger grain, multiple carved appliques, and cast iron bas relief elements including the goddess Venus herself. The tin lithograph wheels and beautiful central imagery of Cupid and his mother all have paint loss. Both reverse glass panels are original and unrestored. The dual six way coin heads have the same deep copper color as the rest of the fanciful cast iron elements. In working condition. Serial No. 108, four keys are included. (Excellent). 400,000.00 - 600,000.00

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147 - **5¢ MILLS 20TH CENTURY UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 65-1/4”T. x 30”W. x 20-1/2”D. An exceptional, fairly original and unrestored example of an upright manufactured by Mills Novelty at the turn of the 20th century. The coin head can receive up to 8 nickels at a time. The iron castings have their original copper flashing finish and the quarter sawn cabinet has a dark oak finish. Also features a very nice original tin litho color wheel and original glass. The only replacement is the back door of this machine, an incorrect single door rather than the original two. In working order. Two keys are included. (Very Good - Excellent). 20,000.00 - 30,000.00

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148 - **5¢ MILLS DEWEY UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 66”T. x 29”W. x 20”D. Housed in a lovely oak cabinet with a warm, rich finish, ornate appliques and an array of decorative iron castings. The tin litho color wheel shows some age but retains very good color throughout. Featuring a replacement six way coin head. In working order. Circa 1899. Three keys are included. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 20,000.00

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149 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. SILVER CUP COUNTER TWO WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 13”D x 14”W x 20”T. This cast iron countertop machine is housed in a decorative, nickel-plated cabinet. The five-way coin head allows the player to make a bet on colors with variable odd payouts depending upon the chosen color, as indicated on the award card. The original tin litho wheels show some wear and the original back door has a small hole to the left of the stamped Caille lock as well as a small chip from the top lip. With a replacement panel on the back of the coin head. Also showing a crack at the rear corner of the base. Includes four keys. Serial number 831, manufactured between 1905 and 1915. (Very Good). 20,000.00 - 30,000.00

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150 - **5¢ CHARLES FEY “THE DUO” TWO WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 18”W x 15”W x 13”D. This counter wheel payout machine is housed in a wood cabinet showing the later style front casting with the Indian and Fey logo at the bottom. Original color wheels have been repainted. With replacement upper award card and cash box. Includes two keys. Circa 1927. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 20,000.00

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151 - **5¢ MILLS SILVER CUP SLOT MACHINE. 23”T. x 14-1/2”W. x 17”D. Mills produced two versions of the Silver Cup and without a doubt, this particular example is the most impressive! A pair of color match wheels affixed to the top of the machine are reminiscent of the Caille or Fey version. Perhaps what is most interesting is that Mills utilized the ever popular for the time period, Check Boy with some major adjustments to the mechanism. Rarer than hen’s teeth, this version of the Silver Cup with its elaborate nickel plated iron castings not only caught a players eye but the mechanical action was just as enthralling to watch. A very nice original machine that would be difficult to improve upon. A seldom found machine and certainly a great companion piece/must have for the collector that already owns the Caille and Fey Silver Cup machines. Circa 1911. One key is included. (Excellent). 25,000.00 - 45,000.00

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152 - **5¢ BALLY RELIANCE COUNTER DICE SLOT MACHINE. 12”D x 17”W x 17”T. Counter dice slot machine with a faded blue-green facade featuring the uncommon jackpot front with two horses on either side of the jackpot bank. Missing the cash box. In original, unrestored, working condition. Circa 1936. Two keys are provided. (Good - Very Good). 5,000.00 - 9,000.00

153 - **5¢, 10¢, 25¢ JENNINGS TRIPLEX CHIEF SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 28-1/2”T. An interesting three-reel slot machine by O.D. Jennings that allows players to play nickels, dimes, and quarters. In overall great restored condition with blue, red, and white finished castings and nice oak cabinet. This device features replacement escalator glass and reel strips, with the original strips resting inside the original cash box. Jackpot glass is broken but intact. Plays nicely. Circa 1938. Three keys are provided. (Excellent). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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154 - **1¢ SUPERIOR CONFECTION GOOSENECK BELL SLOT MACHINE. 21-1/2”T x 12”W x 15-1/2”D. This slot machine is a restored piece displaying an all over color of vibrant yellow, following highlights of navy blue and red that compliment the silver metal plating and sleek wood finish. The machine is in excellent condition with its original 3 reel strips but redone awards card. Vendor is complete with new filler lid and is occasionally on free play. Includes incorrect gold award coins. Circa 1934. One key is provided. (Restored). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 LOT - 153

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155 - **25¢ MILLS MELON BELL DELONG FIGURAL SLOT MACHINE. 74”T. x 24”W. x 24”W. The Mills Novelty Company manufactured these slot machines in 1937. It features the classic Hi-Top coin elevator, three fruit based reels, and a cut watermelon over the pay out tray. This machine has been since incorporated into this figural stand. This wonderfully carved figure is the work of Jim Smock. Jim’s work is very sought after by investment grade collectors and was hired to do restoration by the National Carousel Museum. (Very Good). 4,500.00 - 6,500.00 LOT - 158 156 - **5¢ WATLING ROL-A-TOP BIRD OF PARADISE SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 15”W x 14-1/2”D. Manufactured in 1936, this slot machine features an aluminum casting with a beautiful front panel design, black wood, twin jackpot windows and a double vendor that is complete but not working. The repainted design exhibits a bird flying around foliage and fruit such as cherries and grapes- the colors of red, green, yellow and purple are extremely vibrant with some utilization of metallic paint that partner with the gold and silver. Retaining the original cash box and back door lock, as well as the original reel strips and award card. With replacement wooden base. In working condition. Three keys are provided. Beautiful piece of work! (Restored). 3,000.00 - 4,000.00 LOT - 155

157 - **5¢ WATLING TREASURY TWIN JACKPOT FRONT VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 23-1/2”T x 16”W x 15”D. This three reel machine features a central twin jackpot and a mint vendor column on each side. Castings and cabinet show the original finish with slight wear, consistent with age. Original manufacturer’s tag remains inside the cabinet, as well as original American coin castings, paint, reel strips, cash box and back door lock. In working order. Includes one key. Circa 1936. (Very Good). 2,500.00 - 3,000.00 158 - **5¢ H. C. EVANS DARBY SLOT MACHINE. 20”T x 15-1/2”W x 18-1/2”D. This horse race gambling game has been restored, showing minimal signs of wear to the wood paneling and only minor paint loss to the horse and jockey figures within. The “WINNER” pointer plaque is handwritten and a replacement. An amusing horse race inspired slot machine, circa 1935. In working order. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 2,500.00 - 4,500.00

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159 - **$1 O.D. JENNINGS SUN CHIEF CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 18”D x 23”W x 60”T. Floor model console slot machine with chromed castings and lighted front. With two separate serial numbers; the one on the mechanism being 194376 and the one on the cabinet 22991. As this is an older restoration, the console shows some wear on the sides. The reel strips have been replaced. Works well. Includes one key. (Very Good). 2,500.00 - 5,000.00

160 - **5¢ MILLS/FEY CONVERSION SPEARMINT OPERATORS BELL SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE VENDOR. 14-1/2”D x 19”W x 24”T. This three-reel slot machine with side vendor has lovely front castings featuring the Mills Novelty signature Liberty Bell and owl designs, as well as an image of Spearmint mints. The body is constructed of cast iron and features the original plating. The original cast iron side vendor may have been added to the original operator to get around the anti-gambling laws at that time. With the original Fey reel strips and award card. Very nice finish throughout the wood cabinet. Two keys are provided. Circa 1915. (Very Good - Excellent). 4,000.00 - 8,000.00 161 - **5¢ MILLS FUTURITY GOLD AWARD SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 15”D. While this slot machine is an older restoration, it is in good condition. There are only a few visible scratches that appear on the blue front panel and the original 3 reel strips show little signs of fading. Also contains the original cash box, back door, and lock. Mechanism is complete and works well. With this machine, if the player consistently loses 10 times as shown on the numerical counter displayed at the top, the coins come back. Award card is a replacement. Circa 1935. One key is provided. (Good). 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

162 - **5¢ WATLING ROL-A-TOP BIRD OF PARADISE SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 15”W x 14-1/2”D. Unlike the 1936 version of the machine, this later model Bird Of Paradise does not have a gum vendor column at each side of the dual jackpot. It does, however, still feature the same exquisite tropical design of a bird flying in foliage and an abundance of fruits. This machine has bright gold plated castings with replacement denomination badge, reel strips, cash box, and the interior mechanism has been painted grey. There is some minor paint loss seen at the top but overall, a nice, highly restored appearance. Circa 1938. Two keys is provided. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 163 - **1¢ MILLS BURSTING CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 16”W x 15”D x 26”T. In very good, working condition, this machine plays and pays. The front casting shows a unique mix of colors including purple, blue and green cherries. This machine has a side gumball vendor and two central front jackpots, one that automatically pays out and another that shows two-dollar bills inside. An scarce original penny machine with original reel strips and working vendor. Circa 1937. Includes six keys. (Restored). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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164 - **25¢ WATLING OPERATORS BELL SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 23”T. An interesting machine that is nearly identical to the Mills Novelty Operators Bell. This device has highly polished, incorrect plating on the iron front castings and an oak cabinet that bears Watling decals. Plays nicely and pays out. A rare machine once having a side vendor. One key is provided. Circa 1920’s. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,000.00 165 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. CASTLE FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 20”W x 15”D. This three reel tabletop machine features the original side vendor, reel strips, and castings. A nice original, and unrestored machine in working order. Aside from the metal tarnishing on the awards card plaque and some paint loss, the slot machine is in very good condition. Plays well. Circa 1942. One key is provided for the back panel door, however there is no key for the lock that is attached to the mint vendor. (Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 166 - **25¢ JENNINGS FOUR STAR CHIEF SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 27”T. This three-reel slot machine features a wonderful restoration by Squires and Corrie. The blue and brown front features the titular four stars as well as expertly detailed castings of the Chief emblem, a winter hunting scene, and gold plating. With newer wood base as well as reproduction reel strips and cash door. In working order, this machine plays and pays. Circa 1936. Two keys are provided. (Restored). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 86

167 - **5¢ MILLS QT DIAL SLOT MACHINE. 18”T x 16”W x 14”D. This miniature bell slot machine with side mint vendor is a restored piece with newer reel strips, dial paper, and a glossy wood finish. The top front panel is painted a light grey and the lower casting features an airplane pointing upward to a map with the North Pole at its center. In working order. Circa 1935. Two keys provided for back door panel and front of the machine as well as two keys for the vendor’s pad lock. (Very Good). 1,200.00 - 2,000.00 168 - **1¢ O.D. JENNINGS DUCHESS DOUBLE-JACK VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 23”T x 14-1/2”D x 14”W. Nicely restored Duchess with cast aluminum front casting and details painted in orange, yellow, and blue. Wooden base and cabinet have a nice finish with some signs of age throughout. Still retains the original reel strips but the cash box is a reproduction. Gum vendor trips and the machine works. Circa 1934. Two keys are provided. (Good). 1,200.00 - 1,800.00 169 - **5¢ MILLS BONUS BELL HI-TOP SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 17”W x 26-1/2”T. An older restoration of the Hi-Top Bonus slot machine with red and gold cabinet, in working condition. Complete B-O-N-U-S feature and a hand-load front jackpot. Includes 5 original Mills Novelty locks and keys. Circa 1937. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,200.00 - 2,500.00

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170 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. SILENT SPHINX SLOT MACHINE. 24”T x 14”W x 13”D. Still in its original form (paint/wood paneling) and retains the original 3 reel strips and award card. It is made mostly of nonferrous metal, with the front panel exhibiting two Egyptian sphinxes facing each other on opposite sides, sitting beneath an art deco design. The paint shows signs of aging as it has faded with time. Back door is original but the lock has been replaced. Works well. Circa 1931-1933. Two keys are provided. (Good). 1,200.00 - 2,000.00 171 - **5¢ JENNINGS TODAY JACKPOT FRONT VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2”D x 16”W x 26”T. Three-reel vendor front slot machine with charming “Dutch Boy” design. The machine is finished in a satin gold paint with primary colors accenting the details of the front casting. Highly restored but in excellent condition with the original fortune reel strips. The machine itself plays and pays, the vendor is complete, and the rotating advertisement works as well. Circa 1930. With two keys. (Restored). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

172 - **1¢ PACE BANTAM JAK-POT SLOT MACHINE. 20-1/2”T x 14”W x 13”D This nicely restored piece features a mini gooseneck bell, great wood finish, new back door, replacement award card and vibrant colors displayed along the front casting. The original 3 reel strips still remain and all around, the slot machine is in excellent condition. In working order. Circa 1928. One key is provided. (Restored). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 173 - **5¢ MILLS GOLDEN FALLS SLOT MACHINE. 27-1/2”T x 16”W x 15”D. This slot machine is a modified version of Mills 1945 “Black Cherry,” tts newer features are two vertical golden columns on top of a variety of fruits and two tone paint job of black and gold. This slot machine is in excellent, unrestored and original condition with minimal signs of wear and retaining the original reel strips. In working order, it plays and pays. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00 174 - GLASS FRONT OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 38”W x 34”T. This oak slot machine stand features metal claw feet and glass front cabinet doors with a single interior shelf. Front doors show textured glass with beveled diamonds. Wood finish is very nice throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

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175 - LOT OF ASSORTED SLOT MACHINE ITEMS. 12-1/2”Dia. This lot is made up of: 2- Mills Novelty Co. slot machine covers; 1- Poker card spinner; An assortment of Daval trade checks and slot machine emblems. (Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00

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176 - GLASS FRONT OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19-1/2”D x 19-1/2”W x 34”T. This slot machine stand features metal claw feet and locking front cabinet door with green Golden Nugget themed glass. The wood finish shows some scratching on the top platform from display. One key is provided. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 177 - GLASS FRONT OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19-1/2”D x 19-1/2”W x 34”T. This slot machine stand features metal claw feet and locking front cabinet door with blue Golden Nugget themed glass. The wood finish shows some scratching on the top platform due to display. One key is provided. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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178 - GLASS FRONT OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19-1/2”D x 19-1/2”W x 33-3/4”T. This slot machine stand features metal claw feet and locking front cabinet door with textured glass. The wood finish shows significant scratching on the top platform. One key is included. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 179 - OAK WOOD SLOT MACHINE STAND. 17”W x 17”D x 33”T. Oak stand with craw feet and a leaded glass front. Has a single shelf inside and shows scratches on the top platform from display. Includes one key. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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180 - OAK CABINET SLOT MACHINE STAND. 34”T x 24-1/2”W x 17”D. Oak slot machine stand with a single drawer on the top and cabinet door underneath with white knobs and a gold center. It has one interior shelf. All around the condition is excellent with the exception of scratches on the top from display. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 181 - 5¢ EDWARD MCLOUGHLIN GUESSING BANK TRADE STIMULATOR. 5-1/4”D x 6-1/4”W x 9-1/2”T. Figural bank depicts a man sitting backwards on a chair. Players of this guessing game would deposit a nickel through the coin entry at the top of the man’s head and guess the number the dial would spin. Noted as one of the earliest coin operated chance games on record. The front reads “Pays Five For One If You Call The Number”. Circa 1878. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00 LOT - 180

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182 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY THE ELK TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”D x 13-1/2”W x 18-1/2”T. Wonderfully detailed nickel-plated cast iron cabinet with reliefs depicting hunting scenes and the device’s namesake elk. With a wide single reel housed beneath a window of beveled glass. A crack runs vertically through the back door from the top through the lock. Also included with this device are some original trade checks. In working order. One key is provided. Circa 1905-1939. (Good - Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

183 - **5¢ WADDEL WOODEN WARE WORKS “THE BICYCLE” TRADE STIMULATOR. 6”D x 19-1/2”W x 13-3/4”T. This charming little trade stimulator is housed in a quarter sawn oak case with carved rope trim and clear glass front and back. Players deposit their coin into the slot on the upper right side of the cabinet and pull the lower lever to ring the bell and spin the bicycle’s wheels. Players tally the numbers on the wheels to determine their winnings. The replacement award card on the interior of the device correctly indicates that it operates with the use of a nickel, while the original instruction label has been altered to read “Drop a penne in the slot.” A small chip is present on the back glass panel. With replacement trap and cash doors. In working condition. Circa 1893. Without keys. (Excellent). 5,000.00 - 8,000.00

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184 - **10¢ CLAWSON AUTOMATIC DICE TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”D x 58-1/4”T. Clawson Machine Co. manufactured this dice game during the 1890’s. Depositing a dime into the coin slot automatically starts the machine, rotating the dual dice cups. The total number shown on the dice corresponds with a fortune on the card. The original cabinetry shows wear typical for a machine of this age, whilst retaining the original paper in great condition. This is among the only original 10¢ model Clawson dicers known and rests on an older Gorski cast iron base. Three keys are provided. Plays well. (Very Good). 15,000.00 - 25,000.00

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185 - **5 & 10¢ ROYAL NOVELTY CO. TRADER CIGAR TRADE SIMULATOR. 20”T. x 12-1/4”W. x 12”D. Circa 1902. Retains its original marquee and paper insert with old replacement cards. This is a very ornate machine with a great copper flash finish. Machine is on a swivel base. One original key is included. (Excellent). 15,000.00 - 25,000.00

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186 - **1¢ MILLS NOVELTY JOCKEY TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”D x 16-1/2”W x 20-1/2”T. This horse racing themed trade stimulator was manufactured by the Mills Novelty Co. from 1900-1918. It features a dark stained oak cabinet that appears to retain its original finish, with wear throughout that is commensurate with use and age. There is a split running through the base of the cabinet. The cast iron marquee and aluminum front castings display wear to their finishes. Plays nicely. One key is provided. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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187 - **RARE 5¢ WHEELAND NOVELTY CO. PERFECTION TRADE STIMULATOR. 16”T x 12-1/2”W x 10”D. A unique poker machine not only in appearance but in play action as well. Depositing a coin, the cards drop down, spin and then pop back up into the viewing window. Several different manufactures produced similar machines but perhaps this example with attention to intricate castings including the finger pointing hand in the “coin played” window add to the overall appeal of this machine. In outstanding, original condition showing some age wear throughout. Marked with serial number 29. Circa 1901. One key is provided. (Very Good). 25,000.00 - 40,000.00

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188 - **LOT OF 2: 5¢ TRADE STIMULATORS. Largest 9”D x 8-1/2”W x 11”T. This lot of two is comprised of: 1 - 5¢ Charles Fey Midget circa 1920. The textured cast aluminum cabinet features the profile of a flapper girl on either side. Felt is missing from dice tray. 8”D x 10”W x 9”T. 1 - 5¢ Caille Bros. Puritan circa 1905. With ornate castings and silver glitter under front glass panel. The finish is pitted and oxidized throughout. 9”D x 8-1/2”W x 11”T. Both machines are working and are without keys. (Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 189 - **5¢ CAILLE PURITAN TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”D x 8-1/2”W x 10”T. This pint-sized trade stimulator was produced by Caille Bros. around 1904. It features a beautiful and brightly polished, cast iron cabinet that could possibly have been an early re-plating with swiveling mirrored marquee. In working order. Three keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,800.00 - 3,000.00 190 - **5¢ A. J. STEPHENS “MAGIC” BEER BARREL TRADE STIMULATOR. 11-1/2”T x 13-1/2”W x 8”D. This trade stimulator is in good condition with no visible scratches or paint chips, a possible restoration, with reproduction award card. Left vendor column does not have a lock and remains open. The objective is to dispense 5¢, pull the spigot on the right then the player will obtain a pretzel prize. In working order. Circa 1934. Two keys are provided. (Good). 800.00 - 1,800.00

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191 - **1¢ PIERCE TOOL & MFG. WHIRLWIND TRADE STIMULATOR. 13-1/2” x 9-1/2” x 9-1/2”. This three reel counter machine offers a gum ball and your fortune for each spin of the reels. Also features a visible front jackpot, activated by the merchant when a player hits the proper combination. In working condition. Includes keys. Circa 1933. (Very Good). 600.00 - 1,500.00 192 - **1¢ BUCKLEY “BALL GUM” TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”T x 9-1/2”W x 9-1/2”D. 1¢ Ball Gum 1¢ clearly offers gum but also spins the three reel strip. Depending on the outcome, player can receive up to five packs of cigarettes. Features the original reel strips and award card. Two keys are included. Circa 1936. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 193 - **LOT OF 2: 1¢, 5¢ 1940 TRADE STIMULATORS. 11”T x 8”W x 9”D. This lot consists of two trade stimulators both circa 1940. 1 - is named “American Eagle” manufactured by Daval and in good condition with some paint chipping. Depending on the token, the player may receive more plays. One key is provided. 11”T x 8”W x 9”D. 1 - this Greotchen Tool & Mfg. Co. machine named “De Luxe Mercury” has a bronze color, shows visible signs of wear and age all throughout. But comes with tokens that exchange for cigarette packs. One key is provided. 10-1/2”T x 9”W x 10”D. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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194 - **LOT OF 2: DAVAL TRADE STIMULATORS. Largest 8-1/2”D x 9”W x 14”T. This lot of two contains 1- 5¢ Daval Free-Play circa 1946. This trade stimulator offered players “Good Luck Combinations” that would earn them 3-30 free plays. Wear is present throughout. Working. With two keys. 8”D x 10”W x 12”T. 1- 1¢ Daval Ex-Ray circa 1940. This machine features handwritten reel strips. In working order. One key is provided. 8-1/2”D x 9”W x 14”T. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 195 - LOT OF 2: DAVAL TRADE STIMULATORS. 11”T x 8”W x 8”D. This lot of two consists of two Daval trade stimulators manufactured in 1940. 1 - named “Marvel” is all red, 1¢ machine that trades cigarettes after acquiring a 3-of-a-kind and in good condition with minor tarnishing. In working order. Two keys are provided, 11”T x 8”W x 8-1/2”D. 1 - named “Comet” is in fair condition, showing signs of age through paint. On free play without a coin entry. Two keys are provided. 9-1/2”T x 8”W x 8-1/2”D. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 196 - TABLE TOP MAHOGANY ROULETTE WHEEL. 20” Diameter. This wheel has birdseye maple on the interior and ebony on the exterior and base. Multiple tiers of walnut on outside perimeter of the base with 3 ball legs. Wheel spins freely. Made by Harris & Co., N.Y. Circa 1920. Very nice wheel in a desirable size. Includes an ivory ball. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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197 - **1¢ AD-LEE KING’S HORSES ROULETTE TRADE STIMUALTOR. 21”D x 14-3/4”W x 8-1/2”T. Ad-Lee Novelty produced this fun horse racing themed roulette game during the 1930’s. An older restoration with glossy black, repainted cabinet and polished castings. In working condition. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,000.00 198 - GERMAN WOODEN ROULETTE WHEEL. 10”T x 18-1/2”D. Beautiful wooden roulette wheel with a two-toned inlaid wood design. Each of the numbers, words, and filigree designs are comprised of separate inlaid wood pieces. Marked 1852, J. Herbst and German for “Artisan From Vienna” and “Happiness is round”. With yellow ball. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 1,200.00 199 - 1¢ CAIL-O-SCOPE DROP CARD VIEWER ARCADE MACHINE. 19”D x 21”W x 72-1/2”T. An original stereo viewer created by Caille Bros. from 1904-1905. Having a beautiful dark stained oak cabinet with faux marble columns and ornate cast metal elements. This device features the original marquee card advertising a Charlie Chaplin film: “Charlie Was a Bum Waiter”. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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200 - COIN OPERATED OLTON HALL ENGLISH ARCADE TRAIN. 63”T x 46”W x 16”D. Fine oak cabinetry with black cast iron legs and gold plaque details having black lettering. The featured train engine was built in 1937, designed by Charles Collet- number 5972. Lower plaque reads “Place Penny In Slot To See Engine Work.” Interior contains a miniature Olton Hall train colored in black, red and gold- complete detailed work. The initials “LMS” is stretched across the train cart. Background is an incredibly hand painted stunning woodland landscape with snow capped mountains in the distance. One key is provided. Runs smooth. (Excellent). 15,000.00 - 25,000.00

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201 - 5¢ CHICAGO COIN’S GOALEE HOCKEY ARCADE GAME. 34”D x 45”W x 63”T. This game operates with one nickel for a single player and two nickels for two players. Players turn the stylized handles to control the respective goalie figure. In original condition with wear throughout commensurate with use and age and delamination of the veneer on the front and sides of the cabinet. In working order but without disks. Circa 1945. Two keys are provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

202 - 5¢ NATIONAL NOVELTY K.O. FIGHTERS BOXING ARCADE GAME. 21”D x 41”W x 71-1/2”T. On either side of the cabinet are two pistols which control their respective boxer figure. Players would deposit a nickel into their pistol to reset their figure and would maneuver the pistol and use the triggers to control their boxer’s arms. Players aim to strike the pin on the face of the opposing boxer to effectively knock the player out and win the round. This device has a clean appearance from professional restoration. Circa 1928. Without keys. (Restored). 6,000.00 - 9,000.00

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203 - 1¢ MILLS PERFECT MUSCLE DEVELOPER STRENGTH TESTER. 28”D x 22”W x 67”T. An appealing floor model strength tester produced by Mills novelty around 1920. It features a nice oak cabinet with decorative castings, including the eye-catching red painted owl that surrounds the dial. The dial bears the image of a muscular man surrounded by numbers and charts of strength to weight ratios. Beneath the ornate dial is a blue and white porcelain enamel plaque which frames what appears to be the original paper reading “One Penny”. To play simply drop a penny into the coin slot and pull up on the handle. Three keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 6,000.00 - 10,000.00

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204 - 5¢ AMUSEMENT MACHINE COMPANY ALL AMERICAN BASEBALL ARCADE MACHINE. 27”D x 42”W x 68”T. Beautifully restored original of this very rare and popular machine. All original background and play field graphics. Original paint on play field players. Hand painted operator glass sign. Plays well. Keys included. (Excellent). 70,000.00 - 90,000.00

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205 - 1¢ ROOVER BROS. PUSS IN BOOTS FORTUNE TELLER. 16”D x 16”W x 76”T. This floor model fortune teller features a feline automaton who, at a pull of the crank, deposits a fortune card to the operator. Top marquee reads “See Puss in the Boots Give you a Fortune. Place 1¢ in slot, pull handle”. Lighted cabinet is in excellent condition, with only few spots of wear to the finish of the wood. The base is nice, however, not original to the machine. An original machine with an older restoration. In working condition. Includes three keys and a few fortune cards. A great addition to any collection. (Excellent). 15,000.00 - 30,000.00

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206 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. ELECTRIC ENERGIZER SPEAR THE DRAGON ARCADE MACHINE. 16-1/2”D x 20”W x 80”T. This energizer is housed in a dark stained wood cabinet with richly detailed castings. Players grasp onto the two metal knobs to feel the electric current. The electric current starts out gently and increases in strength as the knight figure approaches the dragon. Exhibit Supply Co. produced this game from 1926-1929. This is one of two recreation machines made by John Papa. With one key. (Very Good - Excellent). 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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207 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. DONKEY BRAY STRENGTH TEST ARCADE MACHINE. 27”D x 21”W x 91”T. The Donkey Bray was Exhibit Supply’s nod to the strength testing arcade games that were so popular during the 1920’s. For a penny patrons could test their strength by pulling up on the handles. The more you lift the louder the donkey brays. Replacement round back board. Circa 1929. One key is provided. (Very Good). 7,000.00 - 10,000.00

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208 - 25¢ BENCHMARK GAMES TEN STRIKE BOWLING ARCADE GAME. 60”D x 22-1/2”W x 71”T. A modern bowling game with retro styling. Benchmark Games, Inc. manufactured this game from 1990-2000. Players aim the bowler figure with the left knob and bowl the ball by pushing the right knob forward. This game has a clean and bright presence and includes 6 keys. In working order. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 5,000.00

209 - 5¢ POPULAR GAMES INC. HOOT-MON GOLF ARCADE MACHINE. 24”D x 50”W x 61”T. Floor model arcade game in the Model C style cabinet. Players use the left lever to adjust the golfer figure and the right lever to swing the club. Originally players would receive 3 balls for their nickel but this particular device has been adjusted to allow players 5 balls. The molded playing field and illustrated background appear to be in original condition. Three keys are provided and in working order. Circa 1928. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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210 - 1¢ CAILLE THE LITTLE WONDER LUNG-TEST SPIROMETER WITH STAND. Largest 16”D x 16”W x 36”T. This spirometer features a golden oak cabinet with decorative nickel plated castings, tall cylindrical glass dome, and has remnants of the original rubber hose and mouthpiece. Made by Caille Bros. during the late 19th Century. Measuring 10-1/2”D x 14”W x 26-1/2”T without the stand. One key is provided. The device is perched atop of a faux marble stand with wooden platform and copper flashed cast iron base and crown. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,500.00 - 5,000.00 211 - RECREATION 5¢ GROETCHEN POISON THIS RAT FLIP BALL ARCADE MACHINE. 23-1/2”T x 17”W x 12”D. This WWII-themed countertop skill game was created in the likeness of the device that was manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. circa 1941. The playing field features Adolph Hitler graphics and moving head, controlled by a front knob. The object is to get the metal ball or “poison pill” into his mouth by moving the head side to side. Both sides of the cabinet are painted “Help Uncle Same Win - Buy U.S. War Bonds”. There is some play wear and crazing to the paint on the cabinet. Includes one key. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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212 - 5¢ GOTTLIEB’S SLICK CHICK PINBALL MACHINE. 77”T x 26”W x 52”D. One of the most sought after pinball machines due its playboy theme and strong play. Manufactured in 1963, it was the top earner of that year. It has a very sleek interior and exterior design with professional paint retouch, wax and clean of the playfield board, and all rubbers replaced. Featuring the original backglass. A good product for a collector who loves the retro theme. Hit the letters for illuminate “SLICK CHICK”, has a light up gobble hole and 5 pop bumpers. There are just a few indications of wear and minor scratches along the wood paneling but the mechanism works. Comes with additional “Flipper Skill Games” sign that extends 6 inches upward. Four keys are provided. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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213 - 25¢ WILLIAMS SIDEWALK ENGINEER CRANE ARCADE AMUSEMENT GAME. 31-1/2”D x 27-1/2”W x 67”T. Williams Electronic Mfg. created this non-payout arcade game in 1956. Using the four buttons on the front of the machine, players maneuver the steam shovel to empty buckets of material - in this case lentils - into the hopper. The weight is then tallied by the device and delivers the player a rating of their skill. In working order. Four keys are provided. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

214 - 10¢ WILLIAMS HOLLYWOOD DRIVING RANGE PINBALL ARCADE MACHINE. 80”T x 25”T x 49”D. Painted in light olive green and ivory with a minimal black splattered design, showing minor wear. Superb clean interior! Patron receives 15 balls per game for 10 cents, trying to obtain the lowest score possible. Golf ball rotates man for aiming with the right button used to drive. Large light up display with fun design, cards reading “Good Driving!” - “Better Golf”, 28”T x 29”W x 11”D. Circa 1965. One key provided. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

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215 - 5¢ MILLS QUARTOSCOPE DROP CARD VIEWER ARCADE MACHINE. 80-1/2”T. x 21”W. x 21”D. The Mills Novelty Co. manufactured this viewer in 1901 for animating photographs of relatively scandalous women. The oak cabinet has nice bead details, a carved applique and cast iron elements, including the copper flash finish on the viewport. The lock for the front is no longer present so the front casting does not safely lock into place. No keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00 216 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. IRON CLAW MACHINE. 71”T x 23”W x 21”D. This arcade machine is mostly made of dark oak and has a decorative bow applique at the front. There are minor visible scratches. The front plaque is aluminum with a rotating wheel to the right of the product chute that controls the claw. The background depicts two men working construction and the claw represents a crane. Circa 1920’s. Four keys are provided. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00 217 - 25¢ DUCK SAILOR KIDDIE AMUSEMENT RIDE. 44”T x 35”W x 23”D. This machine was manufactured in Tucson, AZ by Paul W. Hawkins Mfg.. A company that started in 1946 but did not begin production until the 1950’s. This kiddie ride features a happy brown wooden duck, dressed in a sailors uniform and a red cast iron stand with two front wheels. Commence operation by placing a quarter in the slot. Condition is fairpaint is tarnishing throughout, showing the base color of the duck. This ride as shown is “Lotta Fun.” No keys included but coin box is unlocked. (Fair). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00 106

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LOT - 219 218 - REPRODUCTION 1¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE “INDIAN” PEEPSHOW VIEWER ARCADE MACHINE. 23”D x 19”W x 64”T. This popular Mutoscope was dubbed the “Indian” for the Native American portrait relief that can be found on the base of the stand. This particular device is a re-cast of the original Mutoscope made around the turn of the 20th Century. The recreation cast iron body has been painted in fluorescent yellow and green and is accented by copper on each of the reliefs. This device has a full picture reel, however it is lacking the front handle, the plate to the coin slot, the sign for the marquee, and lock for the cash box. The lock to the side of the “clam shell” is a replacement. One key is provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 220 219 - WILLIAMS EXTRA INNING BASEBALL ARCADE GAME. 65-1/2”D x 25”W x 71-1/2”T. This baseball arcade game by Williams Electronic Mfg. provides players a “Mystery Pitcher” feature that varied the speed of each pitch. Players could earn extra plays or innings for obtaining certain scores. The playing field is in very nice condition showing a narrow plate over the pitcher’s mound and the cabinet shows wear throughout. Backglass also shows significant loss just below “Extra Innings”. This machine lights up and runs but requires a ball and some adjusting to play. Circa 1962. Includes one key. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00 220 - 10¢ PROPHETRON INC. ZOLTAN HOROSCOPE FORTUNE TELLER. 22”D x 30”W x 70”T. Prophetron created this fortune teller in 1969. With a fiberglass body that was touted to be “indestructible” and a phone receiver where Zoltan would tell players their fortunes. After depositing ten cents, players select their zodiac sign and then receive their fortune. Without globe for crystal ball but is in working condition. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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221 - 1¢ MANIKIN VENDOR CO. BAKER BOY GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE. 6-1/4”D. x 10-3/4”W. x 16-1/4”T. This countertop vendor features a baker automaton who delivers a single ball of gum to the patron. Exterior green and red paint is excellent with very little wear, while the baker shows some paint loss. In working order. Circa 1928. Includes one key. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 2,500.00

223 - 1¢ STOLLWERCK AUTOMAT CHOCOLATE VENDING MACHINE. 30” T. Circa 1890. This is a very nice three column chocolate vendor. Has a cast iron front with sheet metal sides. The front casting appears to have been repainted. Overall in good condition. Includes two keys. (Good). 3,500.00 - 5,000.00

222 - 1¢ STANDARD GUM MACHINE WORKS PEPSIN GUM VENDING MACHINE. 5” x 6” x 21-3/4”. Housed in a wood cabinet with the original, worn floral decals on each side, the front advertising for “Your Fortune With Each Standard Size Pepsin Gum”. Only three of these are known. Displays well with some discoloration to the front panel. Includes padlock and one key. Circa 1905. (Very Good). 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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224 - **5¢ CHARLES FEY REVAMP MILLS O.K. GUM VENDER TRADE STIMULATOR. 16”D x 17”W x 25”T. Three reel Mills Fey Conversion gum vendor with wooden cabinet and iron castings, missing the side vendor. This machine was originally made in 1912 by Mills Novelty Co. and later refurbished by Charles Fey & Sons in 1914. This particular machine demonstrates that local laws did not require a side vendor for lawful operation, showing an old plug in the lower rear left side of the wood cabinet. The castings have oxidized and wear is evident to the finish of the wooden cabinet. As this was converted, this machine still contains the Fey castings with original plating, award card and reel strips. Cash box and back door are replacements. The top of the cabinet retains the original re-vamp Fey castings with raised lettering. In working order. Includes two keys. (Good). 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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225 - 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. MINIATURE PERFUME SPRAYER. 16”D x 17”W x 75”T. Excellent restoration, with new marquee. Original paint on paper mache perfume lady. Housed in wood with a sleek finish and gold details, accompanied with claw feet and two tall columns that stand on each side of the stunning figural character. The marquee reads “So Sweet High Grade Perfume” in beautiful lettering with some wear. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 15,000.00 - 20,000.00

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226 - 1¢ PULVER TOO CHOOS GUM VENDING MACHINE. 24” T. Circa 1915. Made by the Pulver and Chicle Co. This machine has 4 porcelain panels and features the Professor character. Mechanism has been repainted. Has small chips on right side. There is some chipping around locking mechanism and chips on the lower front panel as well. Top has been repainted. Three keys are included. (Good). 3,500.00 - 4,500.00

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227 - 1¢ PULVER TOO CHOOS CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 24” T. Circa 1915. Made by the Pulver Co. Here is a 4 porcelain panel wall hanging machine that featured the Foxy Grandpa character, also known as The Professor. Right side of porcelain has some chipping. Case was repainted over pitted sheet metal. Includes two keys. (Good). 2,500.00 - 3,500.00 228 - 5¢ SELECTIVE AUTOMATIC VENDOR. 64-1/2”T. x 24-1/2”W. x 18”D. This rare vending machine features 30 available selections, all advertised as available for a dime but the machine accepts nickels. It was manufactured by the Selective Automatic Mfg. Company of Los Angeles, California with a patent date of October 5, 1925. In working order. The black sheet metal cabinet has a glass front and a padlocked top panel. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 229 - 1¢ ADAMS TUTTI-FRUTTI GUM VENDOR. 32”T. x 10”W. x 9-1/2”D. This very early and extremely rare vending machine accepts Canadian 1¢ coins and also works on U.S. quarters. It is in original, unrestored condition with a loose front door and glass. Locks are present and open but there are no keys. The original marquee and embossed cardboard sign are present and in great condition. (Good). 2,500.00 - 5,000.00 LOT - 227

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230 - 1¢ HILO GUM CO. IMPROVED HILO GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE. 17”T x 8”W x 8”D. This bulk vendor appears to be restored with new paint, colored in a classic pair of black and red. Its features include a cast iron body, clear glass oval globe, and a Victorian style rotating dispensing wheel. Manufactured by Hilo in 1908. One key is provided. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

233 - BRANDT JUNIOR AUTOMATIC CASHIER. 15”T x 9-1/4”W x 9”D. Displaying a silver metal finish and in very good condition with little evidence of tarnishing, this piece is a possible restoration. Still functions properly, dispenses the correct amount of change and contains all numerical keys. This machine also includes 8 channels- 3 for pennies, 1 for nickels, 2 for dimes, 1 for quarters and 1 for fifty cent coins. Each channel shows some signs of oxidation along the edges. The attached rotating side tray extends 12” from the exit chute. Circa early 1900’s. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

231 - 1¢ CHAMPION VENDING MACHINE CO. GOTHAM GUM VENDOR. 32”T. x 9-3/4”W. x 9”D. This vending machine was manufactured by the Champion Vending Machine Co. sometime in the 1890’s. It is in original, unrestored condition. The front Chocolat-Menier Gum & Sweetmeat Co. advertising has some fading and staining. One key is included. (Good - Very Good). 2,500.00 - 5,000.00 232 - 1¢ CHIC-MINT GUM CO. BALL GUM VENDING MACHINE. 11-1/2”T. This countertop vendor has a red sheet metal base and flat topped glass globe. Showing minor wear to the paint and advertising decal. Restored in very good working condition. Made by the Chic-Mint Gum Co. of Wilmington, Delaware. Circa 1915. Includes one key. (Restored). 600.00 - 900.00

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234 - NICKEL MICHIGAN COUNTERTOP CASH REGISTER. 18”W x 16-1/2”D x 23”T. This 23 key register is marked “Michigan” on the cash drawer front and shows a decorative scrolling design throughout. Original “Amount Purchased” top sign is single sided and attached to face the customer. Very nice, shiny finish throughout. In working order. (Very Good). 400.00 - 1,000.00 235 - BRASS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL 33. 16”W x 15”D x 23”T. A 25 key candy store model register in the Wide Scroll design. Featuring an etched till shelf and double sided “Amount Purchased” top sign. In working order, cash drawer opens and the bell rings upon entering a purchase amount. Serial number 88280, circa 1894. (Excellent). 400.00 - 1,000.00

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236 - MULTI-COIN WURLITZER PEACOCK MODEL 850 PHONOGRAPH JUKEBOX. 65”T x 39”W x 30”D. Multi-coin jukebox operates with 5¢, 10¢, and 25¢. An original machine with an excellent professional restoration. The coin equipment is present and working. Serial No.782676. Circa 1942. (Excellent). 15,000.00 - 18,000.00

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237 - MULTI-COIN ANTIQUE APPARATUS MODEL RB-8 JUKEBOX. 30”W x 58”T x 24”D. A remake of the iconic Bubbler jukeboxes of the 1940’s, showing rich maple veneer to the sides with a light wood, tiger stripe veneer to the front, bubbler tubes, and mirrored tiles. In working condition. Circa 1990’s with a clean interior. Includes three keys and an assortment of 45 RPM records inside. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

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238 - MULTI-COIN WURLITZER MODEL 800 PHONOGRAPH JUKEBOX. 60”T x 36-1/2”W x 28”D. Beautifully restored machine in excellent condition with coin equipment and original plastics. Features a 24 song selection with an ornate side interior and fun green metallic background. Slight crack on the upper right plastic. Three keys are provided. (Excellent). 5,000.00 - 7,000.00

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239 - KALAMAZOO DUPLEX PHONOGRAPH. 9” x 18-1/2” x 12-1/2”. Serial number: 1245. It has a two spring motor, original duplex reproducer, 31” duplex horns with excellent silk covers. The brass bells are polished with no dents. Excellent original finish and decals on case. Complete original duplex support arm and other original hardware. Excellent complete phonograph winds up and runs. Includes numerous supporting advertising ephemera. (Excellent). 2,500.00 - 4,000.00

240 - REGINA PHONE STYLE 143 & DISCS. 40” x 22” x 19”. Serial number: 1430019. Short bedplate with double combs, Columbia analyzing reproducer, 21” spruce horn. Plays 15-1/2” metal discs and 10” 78 rpm records. Case is in excellent condition. Mechanism and combs are excellent and appear to have been restored. Record turntable is present and lid screws are loose with one missing. In working order. Lot also includes 10+ 15-1/2” metal discs. (Excellent). 4,000.00 - 7,000.00

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241 - 1¢ EDISON COIN OP ECLIPSE PHONOGRAPH. 45” x 26” x 17”. Serial number: 67410. Original triumph motor with repeater, original DC motor, new old stock wiring with complete working components and Model C reproducer. Case’s original finish may have been refreshed, bedplate paint and decals show wear. Original beveled glass panels in lifting mechanism cover. Original marque frame. 45” tall not including marquee. Excellent overall original Eclipse. (Excellent). 10,000.00 - 17,000.00

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242 - EDISON CONCERT PHONOGRAPH (LATE OPERA CIRCA 1913). 12-1/2”D x 18”W x 14”T. Matching serial number: 4501. Two spring wind up motor. Diamond A oxidized finish reproducer. Refinished original and correct music master horn with opening that measures 21” in diameter. Case has been refinished with a new Edison decal. Nice original bedplate and gold details. Paint is blistering on gear cover and loss of oxidized paint on the crank. Winds up and runs quietly. 35” tall with horn. (Excellent). 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

244 - LOT OF 10: EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORD. 4-1/2”T. In original boxes. Records include: 29007 through 29016. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

243 - EDISON “SPRING MOTOR” COIN OPERATED PHONOGRAPH. 7-1/2” x 16-1/2” x 10-1/2”. Sold in London. Serial number: 30425. It has a three spring motor, Model B reproducer, National Phono Co. crank, original Australian Blue Cygnet horn, crane and one 5” concert cylinder. Excellent original finish on the oak case however the bedplate stencil is weak. Lower belt drive pulley is chipped at the edge but it works. Both mandrels are present, shaver and coins are in the parts box. Phonograph winds up and runs. Lid is missing. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

246 - LOT OF 10: EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORD. 4-1/2”T. In original boxes. Records include: 29027 through 29035 and 29037. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

245 - LOT OF 10: EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORDS. 4-1/2”T. In original boxes. Records include: 29017 through 29026. The label on the lid of 29026 maybe a facsimile. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

247 - LOT OF 10: EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORD. 4-1/2”T. In original boxes. Records include: 29038 through 29047. The label on the lid of 29039 has crayon markings. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

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248 - LARGE WARNER BROS. BUGS BUNNY STORE DISPLAY FIGURE. 11â&#x20AC;&#x2122;T. This extra large store display statue is made from fiberglass and stands upright on his own. Bugs is dressed in overalls and holding a carrot in one hand and a camera in the other. Showing some minor paint loss and scuffs throughout but overall, the paint is bright with good shine. An extremely rare statue made strictly for commercial use by Warner Brothers in either an indoor or outdoor setting. The ultimate Bugs Bunny collectorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s piece! (Excellent). 5,000.00 - 10,000.00

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249 - LARGE WARNER BROS. DAFFY DUCK STORE DISPLAY FIGURE. 10’T. This extra large store display statue is made from fiberglass and stands upright on his own. Daffy is holding a camera in one hand and the flash in the other. The figure shows some minor paint loss and scuffs, especially on the back side, and a small chip from the corner of the camera. Overall, paint is bright with good shine. An extremely rare statue made strictly for commercial use by Warner Brothers in either an indoor or outdoor setting. The ultimate Daffy Duck collector’s piece! (Excellent). 5,000.00 - 10,000.00

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250 - FIGURAL CAST IRON BUTLER SMOKING STAND. 7-1/2”D x 10”W x 32”T. This figural floor stand depicts a butler holding an ashtray with compartments for ashes and additional matches or cigarettes. Stand shows oxidation and some crazing to paint. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 251 - FIGURAL CAST IRON INDIAN SMOKING STAND. 9”D x 14”W x 29”T. Cast iron smoking stand with ornate base and upper Indian holding the base for an ashtray. Oxidation is present throughout. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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252 - PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT CO. ADVERTISING SIGN. 18”Dia. Round, single sided porcelain sign highlighting the “Pacific Power & Light Company” which borders Reddy Kilowatt holding an electrical cord at the center. The red, black and white colors give this a classic and simple look. The condition is good with visible oxidation and enamel loss along the top and bottom mounting holes with great color and shine in the field. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

254 - REDDY KILOWATT WOODEN ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 36”T x 21”W. This is a double-sided, intricately designed, die-cut wooden stand with a black wooden base. It features the electrical spokesperson, Reddy Kilowatt, holding a gold medallion figure, reading “Total Electric Award Gold Medallion Home Electrically - Live Better.” It shows signs of age throughout, with visible paint wear on the medallion. Overall, the stand has an attractive appearance. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

253 - REDDY KILOWATT MAZDA LAMPS ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 32”T x 21”W. Single-sided, die-cut porcelain lamp shaped like Reddy Kilowatt coming out of an electrical outlet while holding a light bulb in each hand. The white porcelain base reads “Mazda Lamps”. This lamp functions properly and includes two light bulbs as well as two white globe light bulb shades. Shows little signs of wear. (Excellent). 500.00 - 2,000.00 120

255 - ANOTHER ALL-ELECTRIC HOME WOODEN ADVERTISEMENT. 48”T x 48”W. This is a die cut, single-sided wooden sign, that also displays “Gold Medallion Home Live Better Electrically” and a human like figure with a light-bulb for a nose on the right, AKA Reddy Kilowatt. There are some signs of wear along the edges. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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256 - PUBLIC SERVICE CO. ADVERTISING SIGN. 41”T x 60”W. This is a sleek, green and white single sided porcelain sign- featuring Reddy Kilowatt in his classic red attire coming out of an electrical plug. Sign also reads “Public Service Company of Oklahoma” and underneath it reads “Be Modern... Live Better Electrically.” Overall, in excellent condition with little to no signs of aging aside from the minimal wear along the edges. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,500.00 257 - REDDY KILOWATT TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 36”Dia. Single sided, round tin sign with patriotic colors of red, white and blue giving this advertisement an inviting appearance. It features the letter “E” centered behind the electrical spokesperson, Reddy Kilowatt topping off his construction hat to whomever views it. Showing good color with surface scratches throughout and very minimal paint loss. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 258 - BARKMEYER ELECTRICAL LAB INC. KILN. 7”T x 9”W x 7”D. Patent dated on May 26, 1925- this vintage kiln was used as a dental furnace and can be used for items such as jewelry or metal works. With the thermometer displayed on the left, heat can be distributed up to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Type: D. Serial number: 1194. Operational but showing corrosion on the electrical cord. Shows signs of use. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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259 - LOT OF 2: CIGAR CUTTERS. Largest 5-1/4”D x 8-1/4”W x 8-3/4”T. This lot of two is comprised of: 1- Cast iron Declarencia Havana Cigars advertising cigar cutter. The bottom is marked “Advertising Specialties/ The Brunhoff Mfg. Co”. Rock the lever to the left or right to trim cigars. Some oxidation is present throughout. 5-1/4”D x 8-1/4”W x 8-3/4”T. 1- Figural pistol cigar cutter and match holder. The barrel of this gun opens to reveal a space to hold match sticks. To trim a cigar, simply pull back the hammer. 1-1/2”D x 5”W x 3”T. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 260 - THE AMERICAN CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS REVERSE ON GLASS ADVERTISEMENT. 17-1/2”T x 23-1/2”W. Beautiful reverse on glass sign of black with gold and silver lettering and central image of two women bearing Cuban and American symbols. Cracking is evident in the upper right corner as well as some bubbling and peeling to the paint near the image. Set in a wooden frame. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 261 - CAST IRON DONKEY HEADS OR TAILS CIGAR CUTTER. 8”T x 7”W x 3”D. This bar top game is played by placing a steel ball at the center of the pack and will either move the ears of the donkey or the tail. Loser pays for the next round of the drinks. Sitting at the base, is the cigar cutter. Steel ball is included. Circa early 1900’s. In very good condition, with minimal wear throughout. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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262 - LARGE COLUMBIA PEAR JAR CANDY CONTAINER. 30”T. A very impressive and large clear glass jar with a pointed lid in the Columbia style. Neither the top or lid are ground. Free from chips and cracks. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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263 - LOT OF 3: COLUMBIA SAMPLE TUBE CANDY JARS WITH LIDS. 19-1/2” and 21”T. Including 1 - 21” cylinder jar with ground top and lid, free from chips or cracks; 1 - 21” cylinder jar with ground top and lid and a few small chips on the rim; 1 19-1/2” cylinder jar with a non ground top and stopper, free from chips or cracks. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 800.00 264 - LOT OF 4: DAKOTA GINGER APOTHECARY JARS WITH LIDS. Largest: 11-1/2”T. Including 1 - 11-1/2” jar with ground top and stopper showing small chips at the jar mouth; 1 - 9-1/2” jar with ground top and stopper, free from chips or cracks; 1 - 5” jar with ground top and stopper, free from chips or cracks; 1 - Rare 4” jar without the Dakota pattern on the shoulder. Glass has turned purple and the lid is stuck. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 265 - BLACK AMERICANA BANJO FIGURE WITH CLOCK FACE. 14-1/2”T x 10”W x 5”D. Cast iron figure, painted in an array of colors that have faded with time. Man appearing to play the banjo, accompanied by a clock face at the center. The clock is set behind glass, can be opened. Wear is seen throughout. (Fair). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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266 - BLACK AMERICAN BANJO CLOCK WITH MOVABLE EYES. 15”T x 10”W x 5”D. Incredibly detailed Black Americana cast iron clock. Man is wearing a fancy red and orange striped suit with gold details and partnered with a dashing hat, playing the banjo. The clock is a quarts clock which needs to be repaired. The eyes of our friend are made of glass and can move from one side to the other. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00 267 - ORIGINAL CAST IRON WHITE EAGLE SERVICE STATION STATUE. 33”T. Cast iron eagle statue for the White Eagle Gas Co. Originally painted white, this statue has undergone a transformation into a bald eagle with a light aqua base. Some wear and paint loss throughout. Circa 1920’s. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 268 - HIRES MUNIMAKER SYRUP DISPENSER. 16”D x 16”W x 34”T. White marble syrup dispenser produced by Charles E. Hires Co. during the early 1900’s, Serial No.8980. With a crack in the upper right corner of the front stone panel near the bolt. With the original milk glass globe. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 6,000.00 122

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269 - WILD CHERRY BITTERS CHIPPED GLASS SIGN. 8”T. x 14-1/2” W. x 1/2”D. This is a heavy, reverse glass sign that is 3/8” thick. The chip glass, foil effect lettering is very catchy and unfaded. There is one small chip on the upper right corner of the front. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 270 - HOWEL’S ORANGE JULEP CERAMIC SYRUP DISPENSER. 14” T. This soda fountain dispenser is predominately orange with white lettering that reads “Drink Howel’s Original Orange Julep 5¢” on one side. Showing some discoloration due to age throughout. Includes a plain white ball pump. Circa 1918. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 3,000.00 LOT - 269

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LOT - 272 271 - WOODEN WELLS FARGO & CO. EXPRESS SIGN. 11”T x 73”W. A rare wooden sign with black textured background and metallic gold lettering. With significant wear to the black textured paint. These types of signs hung in front of all Wells Fargo locations during the Gold Rush era. (Good - Very Good). 4,000.00 - 6,000.00 272 - LARGE WELLS FARGO PACKING TRUNK. 23”T. x 41”W. x 24”D. This large, iron reinforced box was manufactured by J.Y. Ayer of San Francisco, California for Wells Fargo. It is numbered “1521”. It is in original, unrestored condition, including significant damage to the bottom and sides, especially towards the rear. Displays well. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

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274 - HISTORICAL WOODEN BUTTE, MONTANA SIGN. 37”T x 46-1/2”W. In the mid to late 1800’s, the Chinese and Japanese migrated or were brought by companies to Montana for work since they were compensated in lower wages. Jobs were being taken and businesses were even being built by the Asian communities, which angered many of the Montana population. As labeled, the “Victory Labor Management Committee of Butte, Montana” created this sign, depicting an Asian faced figure with a big head, large buck teeth and pointed ears in front of an octopus’s body. Above the caricature reads “So Happy/ Hide Tools From Partner” and nailed onto the wooden sign are two monkey wrenches, a saw, an axe, etc.. This comes as American workers would hide the tools from the Chinese and Japanese to prevent them from performing. Wear is seen throughout but this is a fantastic and eerie historical piece. (Good). 750.00 - 1,500.00 275 - LOT OF 2: TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH SIGNS. Largest 13”T x 20”W. This lot includes 1- double-sided flange sign with decorative iron bracket and lower porcelain enamel Associated Telephone company Limited “Telephone” sign. Showing a telephone pole with insulators, which is rare. Oxidation is present on the bracket and along the edges of the sign. The enamel of the sign is chipped in a few places. 2-1/2”D x 18-1/2”W x 16-1/2”T. 1- Single-sided metal sign with dark blue background and white lettering reading “Telegraph Office”. Chipping to the paint is present surrounding six of the grommet holes. 13”T x 20”W. (Very Good). 600.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 274

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276 - SALOME AND THE DANCE OF THE SEVEN VEILS CHROMOLITHOGRAPH. 18-1/2”W x 31”T. This beautiful, embossed chromolithograph was printed in Germany around 1908 by W. Hagelberg of artwork created by artist G.F. Kaber. It depicts the Dance of the Seven Veils as performed by Salome before the biblical King Herod. As the story is told, Herod promised Salome any gift she desired as gratitude for performing the dance at his birthday celebration. Salome’s request was the head of John the Baptist and can be seen in the background, hoisted upon a silver platter. A 1” chip and 1/4” tear are present along the right edge of the print as well as a 1/8” chip in the lower right corner. This print has been professionally matted and framed behind glass with a wire for hanging and information tag on the back. (Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00 124

277 - FRAMED PAIR OF 1899 POLITICAL CALENDARS. 13-1/4”T x 16-1/4”W. Very scarce and nicely matches calendars, each with a full pad starting at January of 1899. The left calendar features then Colonel Theodore Roosevelt “Compliments of Hugh Gartland, the Ninth Ward Harness Maker” and the right features Rear Admiral George Dewey compliments of “Sam Klein, Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher”. Set behind glass in a contemporary frame. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 800.00 278 - RESTORED ELGIN NATIONAL COFFEE MILL. 27-1/2”T x 17”W x 11-1/2”D. This late 19th century Elgin Coffee Mill has been completely restored with new paint. It is colored in a lustrous crimson with details of blue and gold. It has dual wheels, both 17 inches in diameter. The coffee mill has an oak handle and rotates the wheels easily. The cover of the hopper, has a golden eagle finial. With tin receiving pan. Manufactured by Woodruff & Edwards Co. (Excellent). 600.00 - 2,000.00

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279 - WHISKEY BACK BAR BOTTLE. 10-3/4”T x 4”W. Beveled glass bottle with paper decal set behind glass. Decal has gold borders with “Whiskey” in black lettering. Depicted is a curly blonde haired woman smiling. Dated “1902” on the bottom. The label appears pristine. (Near Mint). 3,500.00 - 6,500.00 280 - WHISKEY GLASS BACK BAR BOTTLE. 10-3/4”T x 4-1/4”W. Glass bottle with beveled neck and decal with gold reflective details set behind glass. Depicts woman with short brown hair and fair skin. “Whiskey” is read in black lettering. There is a small crack on the bottom right-hand corner with some wear but the picture area is very attractive. Manufactured by Packham Jr. dated 1897. (Good). 3,000.00 - 4,500.00

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281 - MOOSE. N. MILK ENAMELED BOTTLE. 11-1/4”T x 5-1/2”Dia. Completely beveled throughout with white enameled lettering and a colorful illustration of a moose. Reads “J.O. Cricks” at the top and “Moose .N. Milk.” at the bottom. With round faceted cypress topper. (Excellent). 700.00 - 1,100.00 282 - SALESMAN SAMPLE WOODEN FARM GATE. 21-1/2”W x 3”D x 10”T. This salesman sample is unmarked. The slatted gate opens and swings in only one direction. Showing minor age wear and some chips from the wood. Circa early 1900’s. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 283 - LOT OF 2: MONEY ORDERS SIGNS. Largest 3-1/2”T x 36”W. This lot of two is comprised of 1- single-sided porcelain enamel sign reading “Southern Express Company Money Orders”. The background was originally a royal blue but has since darkened to a charcoal grey over time. Traces of the original blue can be seen in some of the chips around the edges of the sign. Moderate chipping of the enamel is evident. 12”W x 10”T; 1- Single-sided porcelain enamel sign reading “Wells Fargo & Co. Express/ Money Orders/ Sold Here”. The blue portions of the sign have darkened over time and display some surface scratches. A 2” x 3-1/2” section of enamel is missing by the “M” and “O” of the word “Money”, as well as a 2” chip on the “Sold Here” portion of the sign. Oxidation is evident around each of the grommets. 3-1/2”T x 36”W. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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285 - LOT OF 2: EQUESTRIAN SHAVING MUGS. 3-1/2”Dia. x 4-3/4”T. Including 1 - With an image of a horse head on front. Exceptional detail on the picture. No chips or cracks, “George Short” and trims around the mug in gold are fading; 1 - Showing a picture of a horse with “G. Sison” written on the front. Pink, red, and yellow roses, gold trim is fading. No chips or cracks. (Good) 100.00 - 200.00 286 - SALOON DOORS SHAVING MUG. 3-1/2”Dia. X 3-3/4”T. This mug shows an image of saloon doors on the front, likely a saloon owner’s mug. No name marking with fine detail, and strong gold trim. An unusual design. Free from chips or cracks. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 287 - LOT OF 2: WILL & FINCK SHAVING MUGS. 4”T. This lot is composed of 1- white porcelain shaving mug with gold accents and hand-painted image of a man at a drafting table. The bottom is marked “Will & Finck Co./ Barber Supplies/ 820 Market St. S.F.” 1- White porcelain shaving mug with hand-painted floral motif, golden accents and monogram. The bottom is marked “Will & Finck/ 818 Market St. San Francisco”. Both mugs are in very nice condition without any chips or major blemishes. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00 126

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284 - SALOON GIRL CHROMOLITHOGRAPH. 21”W x 32”T. Circa 1900’s. Showing a colorful image of a blonde woman in a flamboyant feather hat, wearing an off-shoulder lavender tutu dress suggesting she is a dance hall girl. Professionally framed and matted. (Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

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288 - LOT OF 2: BARBER’S SHAVING MUGS. 3-1/2”Dia. x 3-3/4”T. Including 1 - Flag mug. Showing a picture of an American Flag, dated 1918. Fabulous detail on the flag, with no chips or cracks to the mug; 1 - Harness maker occupational shaving mug. Showing a picture of a horse in a barn with farrier working on the horse. Both mugs show fading to the gold trim. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 289 - LOT OF 2: OCCUPATIONAL SHAVING MUGS. 3-5/8”Dia. x 3-3/4”T. Including 1 - Blacksmith mug. Showing an image of a blacksmith working in his shop. Gold trim around the mug is fading; 1 - Beer seller mug. Showing an image of a man pouring beer from a barrel. No name, dated 1912 with a full wrap of blue with flowers on the side and bright gold trim. Both mugs are free from chips or cracks. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 290 - LOT OF 2: OCCUPATIONAL CARPENTER’S & BARBER’S SHAVING MUGS. 3-3/4”Dia. x 4”T. Both showing images of carpenter’s and barber’s tools with some fading to the gold. Including 1 - Marked “A. Peterson” in gold; 1 - Marked “C. G. Harrom” in gold with flower background. Both mugs are free from cracks or chips. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 291 - LOT OF 4: BARBER BOTTLES. Largest 9”T. Each of these bottles is made from white milk glass and is hand painted with flowers. Including 1 - marked “Toilet Water”, 2 marked “Bay Rum”, and 1 - marked “Cologne”. No chips or cracks are present; in good shape. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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292 - PAINTED WOOD BARBER POLE. 34”T x 13”D x 10-1/2”W. Showing paint loss throughout with a single crack running vertically down the center front. Features attached mounting brackets. With some traces of soot remaining from where it was once rescued from a fire. This piece came from the Union Plaza Hotel, now the Plaza, in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00 293 - LOT OF 4: BARBER SHOP ADVERTISING DISPLAYS. Largest: 12-1/2”W x 18-3/4”T. Including 1 - Barber shop advertising decal for Rayette GDT Dandruff Lotion on a green bottle in the middle of red, blue, and white barber shop sign. Reads “IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL” on the upper part of the ad. 5” x 18”; 1 - Medicine decal with large lettering that reads “DRUGS.” Showing boxes of Dyspeptic and Cough Syrup medicine. Some stains on the background but looks good overall. Housed in a frame. 8” x 11”; 1 - Dark blue paper broadside for “Ladies and Children’s Hair Cut”, a small part on the right bottom corner is missing. Housed in a light color wood frame. 11” x 15”; 1 - B. Stuebner’s Sons decorative barber’s shaving cups paper broadside advertisement. In a gesso frame. 11” x 17”. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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294 - LOT OF 2: “RUBY FLASH” BARBER BOTTLES. 2-1/2”W. x 8-1/2”T. Both with wheel cut titles, no chips or cracks, and some minor scratches to the red. Including 1- marked “Cologne” and 1marked “Hair Oil”. (Very Good). 150.00 - 250.00 295 - LOT OF 2: BARBER STATION LAMPS. 2”D. x 10-1/2” L. Red, blue, and white, these wall mount lamps are shaped like miniature barber pole trade signs. Perfect barbershop decor! Electrical connection in the back, push button switch on front. Shows some chipping to the color, new old stock. Circa 1930’s. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00 296 - GENTLEMAN’S HAIRDRESSER IRON FLANGE SIGN. 26-1/2”T. x 39-1/4”W. x 9”D. This two-sided barber shop sign is constructed from bent iron bar stock and reads, “Gents / Hairdresser”. There is significant cosmetic oxidation. Block lettering us surrounded by a decorative swirl design at the frame ends. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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297 - KOKEN CONGRESS BARBER CHAIR. 42”D x 28”W x 45”T. Early barber chair features a very nice restoration, upholstered and tufted in burgundy leather and accented by nickel finishing tacks. The frame of the chair is tiger oak with nickel-plated elements. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 298 - KOKEN CONGRESS BARBER CHAIR. 42”D x 28”W x 45”T. Early barber chair features a very nice restoration, upholstered and tufted in burgundy leather and accented by nickel finishing tacks. The frame of the chair is tiger oak with nickel-plated elements. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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299 - THEO KOCH 1910 BARBER CHAIR WITH CHILDREN SEATS. 48”T x 28”W x 28”D. This barber chair is constructed mostly of white porcelain enamel with black leather seating and headrest by Universal. There are some nickel and aluminum details, as seen on the ornate foot step and leather tufted foot rest. Includes two leather children seats which measure 5”T x 23”W x 5-1/2”D. Circa 1910. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 300 - THEO A. KOCHS BARBER CHAIR. 28”W x 40”D x 43”T. Antique barber’s chair upholstered in crimson velvet and accented by an oak frame with decorative metal footrest. (Very Good). 500.00 - 2,000.00

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301 - SOLID GOLD AND GOLD QUARTZ WALKING STICK. 36-1/2’’ L. Circa 1870. Overall length 36-1/2”. Yellow gold handle with large round piece of black gold quartz inset in the top. Nice big piece, very high with beveled edge. Quartz is in fine condition, just a few normal hairline stress cracks. Gold knob is engraved overall with floral and geometric patterns, inscribed “To my father from his son Phillip”. Beautiful snakewood shaft. This is a rare exotic wood. German silver tip with steel walking end. (Excellent). 5,000.00 - 10,000.00

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302 - LADIES SOLID GOLD AND GOLD QUARTZ PIN. 2-3/4” L. Circa 1860. Oval in the center is divided into four partitions; two inlaid with black gold quartz and two with grey. Floral ends are highlighted with black enamel designs. All the bare gold is decorated with a stippled pattern on top. Overall fine condition. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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303 - LOT OF 2: FIGURAL BUTLER SMOKING STANDS. 32”T x 7”W x 7”D. This lot of two is made of 1- cast iron butler smoking stand. Circa early 1920’s. With brass tray plate, cup and matchbox holder. Shows minimal signs of wear with a crack through the center of the brass cup; 1- bell hop with brass tray, cup, and matchbox holder. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 304 - BRASS NEWTONIAN TELESCOPE. 70”T x 47-3/4”W. This early 20th Century refracting telescope is in very good condition and perfect working order. The brass has aged beautifully with time and there is some wear along the wood of the tripod. Attached is a finders scope with two eyepieces - 17mm and 9mm. The optical tube is 47-3/4” but can extend out further after being focused. The aperture is 4-1/4” in diameter. Used for star gazing the wondrous night sky or surveying Mother Nature’s greatest gifts. (Very Good). 500.00 - 2,000.00

305 - THE GAMEWELL CO. FIRE ALARM. 10-1/2”W x 5-1/2”D x 84-1/2”T. This red fire alarm box is mounted on a matching stand. Red light on top is surrounded by a protection cage and lights up. One key is included, marked No. 87 on front. (Very Good). 400.00 - 1,200.00

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306 - IMPORTANT LARGE BUFFALO BILL WILD WEST PAINTED BANNER ON LINEN. 48”T x 60”W. Framed image of a buffalo running with a portrait of Buffalo Bill Cody on the buffalo’s side. There is known Wild West poster with a similar image by the Courier Lithographing Co. Ca. 1900. This piece shows some light soiling and wear around the edges but is very strong in full color. It is set in a buffalo hide style frame to compliment the image. An important piece from the Wild West shows. (Good - Very Good). 15,000.00 - 25,000.00

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307 - BUFFALO BILL LITHOGRAPH. 22”W x 31-1/2”T. This lithograph, produced by A. Hoen & Co. during the late 1800’s, shows Buffalo Bill and many of the Generals he served under. Titled “Some of the Famous Generals of the US Army Under Whom Buffalo Bill Has Served”. The poster is in very nice condition and is framed behind glass. Some crease lines can faintly be seen in the upper portion of the poster. An important historical lithograph from the 1890’s. (Excellent). 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

308 - RARE THEODORE ROOSEVELT “TEDDY BEARS” LITHOGRAPHED COTTON CLOTH. 26-1/2”T x 27-1/2”W. Lithographed cotton cloth depicts two bears, one emulating Teddy Roosevelt, carrying a Canadian lynx on a pole. This political cartoon, Copyright 1907 by Schwab & Wolf of New York, was created as a nod towards the Canada-Alaska border issue of 1903, which was resolved during Roosevelt’s tenure as president. His phrase “I did it” can be seen on the hat of one of the bears. This cloth is hand-stitched to an off-white backing cloth and is set behind glass in a contemporary frame. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 309 - THEODORE ROOSEVELT TAPESTRY. 50-1/2”W x 52”T. Chenille tapestry depicting the 26th President of the United States on horseback and dressed in his Rough Riders uniform. A 2” section is torn along the top of the fringed border. The tapestry is framed under plexi-glass in a contemporary frame. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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310 - TOMPKINS REAL WILD WEST POSTER WITH WOODEN FRAME. 32”T x 22”W. An action packed artistic rendering of a cowboy and cowgirl wrangling a bull in the valley. Used to advertise the Tompkins Real Wild West and Frontier Exhibition that ran from 1913-1917. The poster was produced by The Donaldson Litho Co of 1883., in 1914. Included is a folder containing the history of the show as well as information on a similar poster. Minor crease visible near the center. (Very Good - Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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311 - PATRIOTIC ROUGH RIDERS COFFEE MILL. 8”T x 6-1/2”W x 6-1/2”D. This coffee grinder exhibits the American 46-star flag at the front with the Rough Riders displayed on the left and right sides. Mostly made of tin, this grinder has cast iron elements and an oak drawer beneath the flag. Coarseness can be adjusted by the top gear on rotating lever, which extends out 7 inches. Manufactured by Bronson-Walton Co. Cleveland, Ohio in the early 1900’s. Wear is seen throughout with clear signs of oxidation. (Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 312 - CARVED BEAR COAT AND UMBRELLA STAND. 18”D x 18”W x 75”T. Black Forest style carved umbrella and coat rack with large bear at the base and a smaller bear holding a branch at the top. There is a repair in the hoop that holds the umbrellas. (Good Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 LOT - 311

313 - FRAMED PAINTING ON WOOD. 17”T x 23”W. Painting depicts a Native American riding horseback and raising a blanket above his head. Unsigned by the artist. Held in a decorative wooden frame with Flemish art designs. Circa 1910. (Good). 600.00 - 800.00 314 - CARVED WOOD PONY. 9”W x 68”D x 43-1/2”T. This nearly life-sized pony is constructed of wood and is painted in brown and white and accented with red and grey. Cracking and wear can be seen throughout. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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315 - **5¢ JENNINGS ONE STAR CHIEF SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 17”W x 26-1/2”T. Produced by O.D. Jennings around 1935, this machine features the original three fortune reels and Native American Indian themed castings. With a colorful repaint and a background texture that is reminiscent of suede. Dual Gold Awards flank either side of the central jackpot bank are replacements. One key is provided. Requires maintenance due to the missing back door piece but still in working condition. (Very Good). 1,200.00 - 2,500.00 316 - **5¢ CAILLE BEN HUR COUNTER WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 11”D x 16”W x 21”T. This counter wheel sports a five-way coin head where players may play up to five nickels at once. With glossy oak cabinet, chrome-plated escutcheons, and mint tin litho wheel. A small chip is present on the right hand side of the coin head. With replacement top sign, reproduction cash box, and the original back door. Circa 1908. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 317 - **5¢ PAUL E. BERGER CHICAGO RIDGE UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 56”T x 23-1/2”W x 12”D. This upright floor model slot machine remains in original condition and is unlike the slot machines of its time; as others were mechanical, Chicago Ridge was electric and powered through batteries. The objective is to place a bets on certain colors and the colored wheel indicates what the payout will be. Circa 1897. Without keys and missing marquee. This device requires maintenance to become fully operational. (Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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318 - **25¢ JENNINGS SUPER DE LUXE CLUB CHIEF/TIC-TAC-TOE CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 18”D x 23”W x 60”T. Having a chromed front with lighted panels, also known as the Chinese Front. With original manufacturer’s tag on the inside of the cabinet stating that this machine is a Tic-Tac-Toe with serial number that matches the one found on the mechanism. The wood console shows some wear and bears State of Montana decals from 1948-1950 alongside the O.D. Jennings decal. Contains the original strips, marquee, award card, coin box and interior mechanisms. Plays well and illuminates. Circa 1940’s. Three keys are provided. (Good - Very Good). 2,500.00 - 3,500.00


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319 - **MILLS OWL MUSICAL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 20”D x 26”W x 63”T. This musical floor model features a nice oak cabinet with carved details and nickel-plated fixtures. The tin litho wheel shows extensive retouching in the color and design. Made for the European market with a replacement brass coin head to accept American 50¢ coins. An interesting machine to add to your collection. In working order, this machine pays and plays music. Circa 1897. One key is provided. (Good - Very Good). 10,000.00 - 14,000.00

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320 - **5¢ MILLS DEWEY UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 72”T x 28”W x 17”D. This floor model upright slot machine is housed in a glossy, dark stained oak cabinet with nickel plated cast iron elements. Sporting a reproduction coin head and and older replacement front glass. The tin litho color wheel is in poor condition and the interior mechanism shows oxidation. Circa 1902. Three keys are provided. (Good). 7,000.00 - 9,000.00

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321 - **5¢ SUPERIOR CONFECTIONS SUPERIOR HORSE RACES SLOT MACHINE. 25-1/2”T x 24”W x 16”D. Housed in an oak cabinet with aluminum castings painted in green and red. Set behind glass are 4 mint vendor columns. Instead of the traditional vertical reels, this machine has 3 horizontal wheels with horse racing figures. Players can win anywhere from 2-20 coins or even up to $5.00. Minimal wear throughout. Circa 1935. Without keys; back panel remains unlocked. (Very Good-Excellent). 20,000.00 - 30,000.00

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322 - **$1 CHARLES FEY SILVER DOLLAR SLOT MACHINE. 26-1/2”T. x 16”W. x 15”D. A fantastic Fey machine displaying beautiful aluminum castings that are reminiscent of the Mills Novelty Operator Bell, with unique differences that set it apart and elevate it from the rest. Only a handful still known to exist today. It features a central jackpot bank cleverly filled with faux Morgan Dollar coins. This device operates with silver dollars, a bold choice considering its release in 1929. In complete working order, housed in the original cabinet with replacement mechanism parts and oak base. One key is provided. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 30,000.00

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323 - **5¢ AUTOMATIC MACHINE CO. THE FOX UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 19”D x 24”W x 63”T. This floor model upright slot machine is housed in a nice oak cabinet with recessed paneling, carved details, and is accented by copper flashed hardware. With a nice tin litho wheel and glass bearing the image of the namesake fox. An older restoration to the original wheel, with the top side door, and glass being replacement pieces. In working order, this machine plays and pays. Circa 1902. Two keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 4,000.00 - 8,000.00

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324 - **50¢ ABEL NAU LA PRECIEUSE MUSICAL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 25”W x 16-1/2”D x 60”H This a is European machine with beautiful oak cabinet and brightly polished escutcheons. This floor model musical slot machine was manufactured by Pierre-Abel Nau around 1903. With four extra wheel cards inside the cabinet and six keys. Crazing can be seen throughout the cabinet finish. The brass head has been replaced with some parts of the cabinet being replaced as well. In working condition. (Very Good - Excellent). 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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325 - **10¢ JENNINGS SUPER DE LUXE CLUB CHIEF CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 18”D x 23”W x 60”T. Having a chromed front with lighted panels. With original manufacturer’s tag on the inside of the cabinet with serial number that matches the one found on the mechanism. The wood console shows some wear and bears State of Montana decals from 1948-1950 alongside the O.D. Jennings decal. Plays well and illuminates. Unrestored, containing the original cash box, strips and Montana tax stamps. Plays well. Circa 1946. One key is provided. (Good - Very Good). 2,500.00 - 3,500.00

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326 - **5¢ WATLING ROL-A-TOP TWIN JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 15”D. This slot machine is similar to that of “Bird of Paradise” but the design was replaced by a simple group of gold coins, matching the coins that hang on both sides with the twin jackpot windows at the center. It is beautifully restored in mostly colors of yellow and gold. Retaining the original back door lock and cash box, with replacement reel strips and denomination badge. Operates well. Circa 1929. One key is provided. (Excellent). 2,500.00 - 3,500.00 327 - **10¢ MILLS SILENT WAR EAGLE SLOT MACHINE ON HORSE STAND. On Stand: 13”W x 64”D x 68”T. This slot machine was manufactured in 1931, designed to eliminate noise. It features a complex design of an eagle engraved in the metal plating with colors such as a bright yellow, bold red and dark navy that compliment the silver. It is in very good condition with little signs of wear. It still contains the original 3 reel strips and award card. In working condition, the machine plays and pays. One key is provided. Measuring 27”T x 16”W x 15”D. This machine rests within a large black and white carousel horse constructed of wood with glass eyes. Accented with carved elements such as a feathered bridal and fur pelt around the midsection. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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328 - **5¢ MILLS WAR EAGLE FIGURAL INDIAN SLOT MACHINE. 23”W x 19”D x 72”T. This tabletop three reel slot machine is housed in a Native American chief statute that rests on a round base designed to look like an oversized buffalo nickel. In working condition with one key. Statue is wearing a red and yellow feather headdress and holding two hatchets. Besides the fiberglass re-creation figure--the War Eagle, reel strip and award card is original. Circa 1931. (Very Good). 1,800.00 - 3,500.00

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329 - **5¢ MILLS/ROCK-OLA SILENT WAR EAGLE CONVERSION SLOT MACHINE. 27”T x 16”W x 15”D. This uncommon slot machine has an intricate, engraved design of a war eagle, partnered with the fiery colors of yellow, a bold red and hints of dark blue. It still contains the original reel strips and award card that shows signs of age. Its original construction and concept is to eliminate noise. Circa 1931. One key is provided. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 330 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS VICTORY MINT VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 28”T x 15”W x 13.5”D. With replacement reel strips and wood-insert back door, this is a highly restored slot machine with nickel-plated aluminum finish. Its features include a two-column mint dispenser with rolled packaged mints inside and a “center pull” operator bell. The front panel and its exquisite designs leave this restored piece in excellent physical condition. In working order, this machine plays and pays. Circa 1925. Two keys are provided; one for the back door of the machine. Center Lever sticks out at about 4” from the front of machine. (Restored). 2,500.00 - 4,000.00 142

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331 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. BURSTING CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 25.5”T x 16”W x 15”D. Also referred to as the Brown Front, this three reel tabletop machine features brown crinkle textured paint showing some wear. Unrestored with the original reel strip and award card. Overall, a nice piece and plays well. Includes one key. Circa 1937. (Very Good). 1,200.00 - 1,700.00 332 - **REPRODUCTION 5¢ WATLING ROL-A-TOP TWIN JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. This slot machine, also called the Coin Front, is yellow in color and features an upturned cornucopia spilling coins over the top and front of the machine. Also featured on the front are the titular twin jackpot banks. Aside from the original bonnet, it is completely restored with new cabinetry, base, gold plated castings, reel strips, and altered parts in the interior mechanism. In working order. Circa 1935. One key is included. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,200.00 - 3,200.00

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333 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY F.O.K. FRONT O.K. VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 16”D x 16”W x 26”T. Three-reel slot machine with four front vending columns. With polished front casting and nice wooden cabinet. The award cards appear to be original and display some cracking and wear. Plays well with working mint vendor. Four keys are included. Circa 1923. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,800.00 334 - FANCY CAST IRON CAILLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 16-1/2”D x 16-1/2”W x 35”T. Slot machine stand with green and brown faux marble column with golden accents. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 335 - **10¢ MILLS CASTLE FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 15”D. This slot machine is in good condition being in its original state. The blue front and metal plating shows signs of age but with little fading to the original three reel strips. Also includes a coin escalator. Plays nicely. Circa 1937. There are no keys provided. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

336 - **25¢ CAILLE BROS SUPERIOR JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 14”W x 14”D. This slot machine features twin payout slots; one for regular payout and the other for the jackpot. The front of the machine has a casting with an elaborate design. The wood paneling of the machine shows signs of age and minor wear as well as the reel strips. This machine retains its original back door with lock and key, as well as the original paper award card. The cash box is missing its top. Plays nicely. Circa 1929. One key is provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 337 - **5¢ PACE CHERRY BELL SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 17”W x 25”T. Escalator bell slot machine features a star on each side of the cabinet, one of which is marked “47”. With twin jackpot banks and dual pay out cups. Manufactured by Pace, circa 1947. Two keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 338 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY “DEUCES WILD” HI-TOP SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. Hi-top slot machine with brown, gold, and silver front and oak cabinet bearing the original Mills Novelty decals. This machine does not include keys. Cash box is original. (Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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339 - **25¢ JENNINGS STANDARD CHIEF SLOT MACHINE. 27”T x 15.5”W x 16”D. Housed in a dark wood accompanied by a chrome finished front panel with red details and a chief emblem at the center. The 3 reel strip appears to be original and spins smoothly. Circa 1946. One key is provided. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 340 - **5¢ BALLY HI-BOY CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 58”T x 20-1/2”W x 19”D. Manufactured in 1947, this machine is in very good restored condition with very few indications of wear. Mostly oak wood paneling, the front panel is colored in a brilliant red and blue with details of silver. There are two arrows pointing to the reel strips and 3 stars displayed at the top. The shape is mostly rounded. Inner coin slot needs to be straightened on occasion but machine works well. Four keys are provided. (Very Good). 900.00 - 1,500.00

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341 - DECORATIVE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 16-1/2” x 16-1/2” x 32”T. This stand has a 2-1/2” wood platform measuring 16-1/2” x 16-1/2” that rests on a metal pedestal with a round base. The column shows a bird on a branch with red berries. Three supports run midway down the central column and attach to the circular base. Very nice, shiny finish throughout with very little wear to note. (Excellent). 800.00 - 2,000.00 LOT - 342 342 - **25¢ JENNINGS RESERVE JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 24”T. This three-reel slot machine features polished front castings and nice oak cabinet. In working condition. Jennings and Rock-Ola conversion. Circa 1930’s. Without keys. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 144

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343 - **5¢ WATLING BLUE SEAL SLOT MACHINE. 24”T x 15-1/2”W x 14”D. This slot machine features the Watling “W” emblem centered in the middle, surrounded by flowers embedded into the metal front panel as well as on top with a gooseneck bell. The vibrant red and shades of blue show are the product of an older amateur restoration. Wood paneling shows little signs of wear but there is minor fading on the 3 reel strips and award card. In working order, this machine plays and pays. Circa 1929-1935. One key is provided. (Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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344 - **1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL COLUMBIA SLOT MACHINE. 18-1/2”T x 14-1/2”W x 12”D. This is a restored piece that has been coated a glossy light blue hue, partnered with navy and white colors. There is sleek wood paneling with hand painted palm trees on each side panel and a black wooden base. The original 3 reel strips have been hand painted white. Comes with a printed copy of the original Columbia manual with instructions on how to change the mechanism to nickel and dime denominations. In working order. Circa 1936. One key is provided but does not open back door panel. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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345 - **5¢ MILLS BURSTING CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 24”T. The Mills Novelty Co. produced this 3-reel slot machine in 1937. Having a nice wooden cabinet and blue front casting with namesake bursting cherry design. An original Mills Novelty key is provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 346 - MULTI-COLORED GOLDEN NUGGET GLASS FRONT SLOT MACHINE STAND. 34-1/2”T x 20-1/2”W x 19-1/2”D. Oak wood slot machine stand with silver cast iron claw legs. Front glass displays “Golden Nugget” on the bottom panel with two of the top glass panels displaying an award card and a 3 reel strip. The wood finish all around is in very good condition aside from the scratches on the top and the scratch on the bottom left corner. No key is provided. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 347 - OAK CABINET SLOT MACHINE STAND. 33-1/2”T x 22-1/2”W x 17”D. Oak wood slot machine stand with golden plaque displayed on top, reads “Trade Mark White Clad Registered Simmons Hardware Co. St. Louis, MO .. USA.” Has one interior shelf. No key provided but locks with a latch to right of the door. Shows little signs of wear aside from the top with some scratches. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 349 348 - MULTI-COLORED GOLDEN NUGGET GLASS FRONT SLOT MACHINE STAND. 34”T x 20-1/2”W x 24-1/2”D. This is an oak wood paneling slot machine stand with gold claw legs. Framed by the oak wood, the front glass has a multi-colored display reading “Golden Nugget” on the bottom panel and the two top display glass panels appearing as award cards. Wood shows signs of age and wear with the front glass display in excellent condition. There are no interior shelves, with one key provided for the front door. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 349 - SINGLE OAK CABINET DOOR SLOT MACHINE STAND. 34-1/2”T x 17”W x 17”D. This slot machine stand features a single oak cabinet door with lock. The wood finish is in good condition but the top shows visible scratches. No key is provided. Door is locked. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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350 - LONG OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 34”T x 90”W x 18”D This long oak wood slot machine stand can display up to 8 standard slot machines. There are openings below the wooden surface that can display only 4 slot machines. The condition of the wood is good with a few visible scratches covering the top. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 351

351 - LONG OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 26”T x 62”W x 17”D. This long oak wood slot machine stand is 26” tall with 4 column legs, in good condition with some visible scratches on the top surface. This simple stand is a ideal piece that can perfectly display up to 3 slot machines. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00 352 - LONG OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 34”T x 69”W x 18”D. This oak wood slot machine stand has some visible scratches on the top surface. However, it is a perfect display to help showcase up to 3 slot machines at the top and 3 below. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 355 LOT - 356 353 - CAST IRON SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 32”T. Ornate cast iron pedestal base featuring filigree designs and three sirens with tridents supporting the round wooden top. Oxidation and traces of green paint present on the base. (Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00 354 - GLASS FRONT OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 36”W x 33-1/2”T. This oak slot machine stand features metal claw feet and a locking front cabinet door with a single interior shelf. Front door shows clear glass with beveled diamonds. Wood finish is very nice throughout. Includes key. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

355 - DOUBLE GLASS FRONT SLOT MACHINE STAND. 34”T x 37”W x 17-1/2”D. This stand is made of oak with gold details such as the claw legs and has a single interior shelf. At the center of the glass door panel is gold plaque that features a semi-nude woman wrapped in cloth. Some visible scratches along the surface of the top. One key is provided. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 356 - **5¢ RELIANCE NOVELTY VICTOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”D x 11-1/2”W x 15”T. Reliance Novelty Co. produced these trade stimulators in 1896. Featuring a cast iron cabinet with leaf designs and 5 flip-card reels. Players could win cigars for obtaining certain “hands” or reel combinations. This device shows an older nickel re-plating. In working order. One key is provided. (Good - Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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357 - **1¢ MILLS HY-LO TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”D x 16”W x 22”T. A lovely cast iron and wood machine produced by Mills Novelty around 1904. Players deposit a coin into the rightmost coin slot and pull the lever to spin all the reels. Players may then choose to “draw” or spin specific reels to better their hand and payout. The high points of the ornate castings appear polished and shiny while the smaller details retain a nice patina. Machine works well, whilst containing the original five reel strips and older nickel plating. One key is included. (Very Good - Excellent). 10,000.00 - 20,000.00

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358 - **25¢ MILLS THE ELK TRADE STIMULATOR. 18-1/2”T x 13-1/4”W x 11-1/2”D. Painted in a beautiful brushed bronze finish with all syntax written in French. Made of cast iron with the head of an Elk displayed shown at the front and hunters around a camp fire displayed on both sides of the machine. This is a restored piece with a reproduction paper decal. This machine can take quarters. Circa 1905-1939. One key is provided. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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359 - **5¢ PAUL E. BERGER GREAT AMUSEMENT MACHINE TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”D x 16”W x 17-1/2”T. This countertop game was made during the early 1900’s by the Paul E. Berger Manufacturing Co. It offered players the chance to win merchandise trade checks. The oak cabinet is in nice shape with some wear to the base. Has the original finish and plating but the original coin head is missing and replaced with a coin slot. The wheel is mint condition. One key is provided. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 3,500.00

362 - **1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. TURF FLASH TRADE STIMULATOR. 14-1/2”T x 17”W x 12”D. One penny is inserted, then the player can either choose their horse to win, place, show or all 3. It is in good condition with signs of tarnishing on the metal plating and paint. It features a combination of colors, a glossy black wood panel, a front display of three horses engraved around the windows and each horse with its own name- Azucar, New Deal and Cavalcade. Unrestored and works well. No keys are provided. (Good). 1,200.00 - 2,000.00

360 - **1¢ THE KELLEY TRADE STIMULATOR. 17”T x 13-1/2”W x 6”D. An early five reel countertop machine with nice oak cabinet, cast metal features, and decorative name plate. This example advertises for a stick of Kelley’s chewing gum with each coin as well as 5 cents in trade if all numbers on the reels are greater than five. Made between 1903 and 1905. An older restoration with original paper but still in working condition. A nice piece overall. Includes one key. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

363 - 1¢ NOVEL ENGINEERING CO. HI-MAN COIN DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 11”T x 12-1/2”W x 4”D. Players drop their coins into the top of the mint green pin field and may choose either to get their coins back or pay them to the proprietor. The exterior is made mostly of a dark finished wood with a mint green plastic background set in the interior. There is a large plaque with instructions centered at the top with the name “Hi-Man” in large letters. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

361 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS PURITAN COLOR COMBINATION TRADE STIMULATOR. 11”T x 8”W x 9-1/2”D. As there are clear signs of aging, it is cast iron all throughout with its original 3 reel strip and award card. The award card reads “Any Combination Of Red, White And Blue 5 Cigars” on marquee above nickel drawer. In original condition with a small chip on the top left front corner. 2 keys are provided as well as two additional original award cards, No. 7 which pays out 82-1/2% on 5¢ and No. 12 which pays out 65% on 1¢. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

364 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ DAVAL TRADE STIMULATORS. 10-1/2”T x 8”W x 8-1/2”D. This lot is made up of two 1¢ counter top trade stimulators both manufactured by Daval. 1 - “Heads Or Tails” which doubles as a gum ball machine and points are gained through the middle reel. It is in fair condition with some visible paint chips on the brown, light shade burgundy display. Circa 1940. One key is provided and it measures 10-1/2”T x 8”W x 8-1/2”D. 1 - “Reel Dice”, good condition with a glittering red-orange finish and gold trim. With the 1st reel showing the winning number, the 2nd and 3rd reel display the dice to be played. Circa 1936. Two keys are provided. 10”T x 9”W x 8”D. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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365 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ TRADE STIMULATORS. 9”T x 9”W x 9”D. This Lot consists of: 1- 1¢ Groetchen Tool gum ball vender trade stimulator named “Pok-O-Reel” with silver plating, red and blue painted accents showing wear throughout and trades after winning certain hands of poker. Circa 1941. One key is provided and it measures 7-1/2”T x 7-1/2”W x 9”D. 1 - An all red machine named “Whooperdoo” manufactured by Western Products. Condition is fair with signs of wear but there is no key provided and no back door panel. 9”T x 9”W x 9”D. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 366 - **1¢ DICE SHAKER TRADE STIMULATOR. 8”D x 14”T. Black cylindrical metal base with wooden top and clear glass dome. Players would shake the dice under the dome and were rewarded for certain combinations with cigars. The award card appears to be original and displays some discoloration. In working order. Lacking the cash door on the bottom and without keys. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 367 - **1¢ JEWEL’O “STRIKE IT RICH” PENNY DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 19-1/2”T. x 16”W. x 9”D. The tobacco themed lithograph in the pin field is still in great shape. It looks like the cabinet has benefited from an older restoration. Includes two keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

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368 - **1¢ CHARLES SHELLEY PTY. LTD. SHELSPESHEL SINGLE REEL TRADE STIMULATOR. 14”T x 14”W x 13”D. A classic example of the loosely legal poker machines produced before legalization of gambling devices in Australia in the 1950’s. This machine is marked as accepting 6d but operates properly with US pennies. Cabinet has a top panel covering additional coin entries at the rear for insertion of payout tokens. Made of cast iron, blue paint shows some wear with a loose fitting top screw. Includes key. Circa 1947. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 369 - **LOT OF 2: 1¢ DAVAL TRADE STIMULATORS. 10”T x 8-1/2”W x 8”D. This lot of two consists of two 1¢ Daval trade stimulators 1 - is named “American Eagle” and displays signs of wear with a visible paint chips along the front panel. It features a patriotic theme with colors of red, white and blue. Objective is to win a token for 1-100 free plays. Circa 1940. One key is provided. 9-1/2”T x 8”W x 8-1/2”D. 1 - is named “Reel Dice” and shows indications of the red paint tarnishing throughout. Objective is to acquire points for a win. Circa 1936. One key is provided. 10”T x 8-1/2”W x 8”D. Both machines are in working order. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 370 - MAJOR GENERAL EARL S. HOAG ROULETTE WHEEL WITH CRATE. 21-1/2”D x 21-1/2”W x 5-1/2”T. This roulette wheel is attributed to U.S. Major General Earl S. Hoag of the United States Air Force (1895-1968). The wheel is kept in its shipping crate which is marked on four sides “Brig. General Earl -S- Hoag”, dating this wheel to the 1943-1948 when the Major General was then a Brigadier General. This lot also includes papers which briefly detail the Major General’s service in the Armed Forces. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 372

371 - LOT OF 13: CHEATING DEVICES AND GAMBLING ITEMS. Largest 21-1/2”D x 43”W. This Lot of thirteen is comprised of: 1- Le Banquier card dealing shoe. a 3/4” crack is present in the off-white base. 4-1/2”W x 16”D; 1 - Jacob’s Ladder sleeve holdout device, 3”W x 6-1/4”D; 2 - Brown leather butterfly dice cups used by twisting the base to reveal a second set of dice, 3-1/2”D x 4-3/4”T; 1- Green felt Faro layout with yellow cards, 21-1/2”D x 43”W; 1Card cheating device with black polyester bag and white nylon straps surrounding the inner mechanism to hold another hideout or cold deck; 4- Cheating clips. One is marked “Wizard”, the second “Anchor”, third “Common Sense”, and the fourth “The Star”. 2-1/2”T. 3 - Wood croupier sticks that are 30”, 36”, and 48” long. Cheating devices made by Bill Gusiai, creator of devices for gamblers and magicians alike. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 372 - DELUXE CARD PRESS. 11-1/2”T. x 10-1/2”W. x 8-1/2”D. This rare vintage card press has a dark wood cabinet that is probably walnut, overlaid by detailed white scroll work in wood and some in brass. The front holds four empty boxes that each depict the King of a suit. The front also has double doors with a central oval that depicts playing cards. There is some missing scroll work on the right door. Inside reveals a card press, with screws on both sides, and slots for 6 decks of cards. The interior of the left door has a decal with “409”. No keys are included. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 373 - 25¢ CHICAGO COIN ALL STAR HOCKEY ARCADE GAME. 23”W x 64”D x 66”T. A rare and entertaining WWII era hockey game produced by Chicago Coin Machine Co around 1941. This game features the original glass and playing field while the blue and red cabinet appears to have been repainted. In working condition without disks. Three keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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374 - 5¢ PRINCESS DORALDINA THE FORTUNE TELLER. 83”T x 34”W x 32”D. Tells - Past - Present - Future A restored model of this 1928 Doraldina, manufactured in Rochester, NY. Made mostly of dark wood in superior condition with silver claw legs and silver center marquee- “Get a complete reading.” Doraldina sits in front a red curtain, with a row of cards placed in front of her. She has long black hair, wearing a bright red scarf around her head and a gold jewelry. Appears to have the same gold coin slot. Great piece overall. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 20,000.00

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375 - 1¢ CAILLE SHAKE WITH UNCLE SAM GRIP TESTER. 18”D x 19”W x 77”T. Early and unique grip strength tester invites players to “Shake With Uncle Sam”. Featuring a colorful bust of Uncle Sam with right hand extended, mounted atop a quarter sawn oak cabinet with faux marble columns and nickel plated escutcheons. The cabinet shows a very nice finish throughout and the bust displays a weathered finish. Some crazing and though the dial is new, there is some evidence of peeling. Original marquee has been replaced as well as some parts. In working order. Three keys are provided. Circa 1908. (Very Good). 5,000.00 - 10,000.00

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376 - 1¢ EDISON ECLIPSE COIN-OP PHONOGRAPH. 71-1/2”T. x 25-1/2”W. x 17”D. This machine has a solid oak cabinet and claw feet clutching crystal balls. It has a reproduction lithograph in the marquee and another inside the cabinet with operating instructions. The phonograph has Serial No. 46910 and stethoscope style listening system. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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377 - 5¢ CHESTER-POLLARD PLAY GOLF ARCADE MACHINE. 20”D x 42-1/2”W x 70”T. Fine restored example, working well. Very original machine. The cabinet is walnut with a detailed depiction of a golf course landscape within the interior. After inserting a nickel, player receives three golf balls. Left lever controls the position of the figural golfer and the right lever controls the swing. Two keys are provided. Circa 1928. (Excellent). 12,000.00 - 16,000.00

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378 - 5¢ ATLAS INDICATOR WORKS BASEBALL ARCADE MACHINE. 79”T x 29”W x 45”D. Very rare game, 4-5 originals known. This machine is 1 of 4 re-creations made by John Papa. Has some original parts including handle and coin entry plate. Baseball themed interior with bright green “hits” slots and marquee. Three keys are included. (Excellent). 15,000.00 - 20,000.00

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379 - 1¢ CAILLE BROS. MICKEY FINN TUG OF WAR STRENGTH TESTER. 48”D x 19-1/2”W x 59”T. This rare floor model amusement machine features a figural cast iron body with rope emerging from its torso. Players would measure their strength by tugging on the rope and, if they pulled hard enough, a small devil figure would pop up in the small window at the top of the face. This example is mounted to a solid wooden base with a modern rubber mat. The 17” marquee and the small devil figure are not original to the machine. A 2” hole is evident on the right side of the back cabinet. In working order. Circa 1904. Four keys are provided. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 20,000.00

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380 - MUTOSCOPE LIFT-O-GRAPH STRENGTH TEST ARCADE MACHINE. 90”T x 28”W x 36.5”D. Older restoration, of a very nice original machine. Jungle themed illustration with a monkey figured centered within the interior. A player can test their strength by trying to lift monkey up the pole as high as possible. Results vary between 200-Coconut Crusher to 1000-Superhuman. Circa 1938. Six keys are included. (Excellent). 5,500.00 - 7,000.00 381 - 1¢ CAILLE EUREKA STRENGTH AND LUNG TEST SHOCKER ARCADE MACHINE. 69-1/2”T. x 22-1/2”W. x 17”D. This machine has an oak cabinet and ornate iron castings. The face of the dial has a vertical tear and some staining. There is a long crack in the rear door. Four keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 4,000.00 - 8,000.00

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382 - 5¢ GENCO CHAMPION BASEBALL ARCADE GAME. 80”T. x 27”W. x 84”D. This large arcade game was manufactured by Genco in 1955 and remains in very good condition cosmetically. However, the front glass is missing and fortunately, all three access panels can be opened even though no keys are included. Not currently in working condition. (Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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383 - 1¢ CAILLE HYGIENIC EXERCISER LUNG TESTER AMUSEMENT GAME. Largest 14-1/2”D x 15-3/4”W x 37-1/4”T. Housed in an oak cabinet with beveled glass sides and a dimensional casting of a circus strongman in the background. Players of this game would blow into the rubber hose and the numbers on the side of the interior glass dome would indicate lung capacity. This device rests perched atop a cast iron and faux marble stand, 16”W x 16”D x 34-1/2”T. One key is provided. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 5,000.00

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LOT - 385 384 - 10¢ AND 25¢ WILLIAMS MINI GOLF ARCADE GAME. 51”D x 27”W x 55”T. An entertaining golf game for up to two players. This device accepts both dimes and quarters and is fun to play. Williams Electronic Manufacturing Corp. made this game around 1964. Players take turns moving the golf ball knob to adjust the golfer figure and use the buttons to putt the ball, working their way through all nine holes. This game lights up and plays well. Three keys are provided. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 385 - MULTI-COIN WILLIAMS GRAND SLAM ARCADE GAME. 70”T. x 26”W. x 67”D. This electro-mechanical game was produced by Williams in 1964. It accepts nickels and quarters. A contemporary power cord has been attached and this machine works. No keys are included but the locking panel is open. (Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 386 - 5¢ MILLS QUARTOSCOPE PEEPSHOW VIEWER. 80”T. x 21”W. x 21”D. For the price of a nickel, one could view salacious women through this electric viewer. Mills Novelty of Chicago produced these around the first quarter of the 20th Century and the photographs on the marquee are dated to 1928. It has an oak cabinet with bead details along the edges, stylized torch appliques, and cast iron face and clawed feet. It has a very frayed 96” power cord for the light inside. In working order. Two keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

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387 - 1¢ BOWLING ALLEY ARCADE GAME. 62-3/4”T. x 21-1/2”W. x 32”D. The manufacturer of this vintage bowling game is unclear, but it looks to be from the early 20th Century. It has an oak cabinet, glass top, and a hand painted marquee on wood. Two players may play at a time. A player inserts a penny in the brass escutcheon, uses the knob on top to aim, and pushes the lever on the side forward to shoot the ball. The small lever on the front resets the pins. Still works well and one key is included. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 388 388 - 1¢ LARK DIST. CORP. LARK INDOOR STRIKER. 11”D x 9-1/2”W x 19”T. A fun ball flip game manufactured by Lark Distributing Corp. in 1931 an LA, CA manufacturer. This particular game features a wooden cabinet with upper ball gum vendor. Some wear is evident to the finish of the wood. In working order. Without keys. Unrestored. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 389 - 5¢ THE MAGIC RAY “MYSTIC” PEN FORTUNE TELLER. 20”D x 23”W x 72-1/2”T. An interesting machine, similar to the Mystic Pen which read the player’s palm. This device, however, operates with “neurotransmissions” sent by the player. Players deposit their coin and send their “neurotransmissions” to the magnetic pen which then writes down their fortunes onto a card that falls into a pocket on the front of the machine. Included in this lot is a box of original Mike Munves fortune cards which were discontinued in the 1980’s when Mike Munves Mfg. Corp. closed its doors. Five keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 3,000.00 - 7,000.00

LOT - 389 390 - 1¢ BAKER NOVELTY KICKER AND CATCHER SKILL MACHINE. 17-1/2”T x 14”W x 11-1/2”D. This counter top trade stimulator made by Baker circa 1935 is in good condition with slight fading in the wood paneling, visible paint chips and display show signs of age. After inserting 1 penny, 5 silver balls are dispensed to be kicked by the right lever and using the left lever to catch them. Points then add up. One key is provided. (Good). 700.00 - 2,000.00

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391 - 1¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE REEL CO. MUTOSCOPE ARCADE VIEWER. 17-1/2”D x 19”W x 63”T. These flip card viewing machines were produced by International Mutoscope Reel Co. from the 1920’s-1930’s. This model features a red body with green viewer, marquee, and gold accents. The marquee advertises “Watch Joe Louis K.O. Max Baer”. In working order, the viewer runs smoothly. Three keys are included. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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392 - 1¢ BINGO NOVELTY MFG CO PINBALL MACHINE. 8-1/2”T x 17”W x 25”D. Manufactured in 1931, this counter top arcade game is a game of skill. One cent is exchanged for seven balls. There is a small storage compartment in the back. The dark wood paneling has evident signs of age, visible scratches throughout. The seven pinballs does not dispense all at one time. No key is provided. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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393 - 1¢ BALLY GOOFY PINBALL MACHINE. 9”T x 16-1/2”W x 34-1/2”D. This fun counter top pinball machine was manufactured by Bally in 1932 and is a game of skill. It features dark wood paneling with an intricate art deco interior design, in a brilliant array of colors. One cent gives a player 7 balls. If one of the balls lands in the Bally Hole, all the points on the score board is doubled. There are visible signs of wear but still operational. One key is provided. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 394 - STRING GAME CARNIVAL GAME. 17”D x 22-1/2”W x 47”T. An interesting carnival game with 52 wooden blocks, each with a different playing card, and an apparatus at the top with 52 strings. Each of the strings connects to the back of a card. Players try to draw specific cards by tugging at the strings. Some of the strings have broken over time. (Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 395 - TALL TIN MAN CARNIVAL GAME. 81”T x 27”W x 24-1/2”D. This somewhat creepy character is a unique piece made of sheet metal, including the interior. He is hand painted, wearing a green double breasted suit with large blue buttons and small mesh front. He has a daring smile, to show off his sharp teeth and hollowed out eyes. The back is completely open. (Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

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396 - 10¢ BALLY DERBY HORSE RACING ARCADE GAME. 37”D x 26”W x 75”T. This game is a peculiar mix of horse racing mixed with target shooting. Players shoot the rifle at targets to advance their chosen horse in the race. Bally created this game in 1960. Some wear to the cabinet. Requires maintenance. Two keys are provided. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

397 - 10¢ WILLIAMS ROAD RACER DRIVING ARCADE GAME. 40-1/2”D x 24-1/2”W x 68”T. A fun game of skill where drivers must steer the little red car through the desert road as it rolls along. Williams Electronic Mfg. created this driving game in 1961. It features a turquoise wooden cabinet with large central steering wheel and colorful glass scoreboard with a “Reaction Indicator”. The reaction indicator graded the drivers with scores ranging from “perfect driver” to “try again”. Some peeling is evident on the glass and wear can be seen throughout the cabinet. This game illuminates and it playable but could benefit from some restoration. Includes two keys. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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398 - 1¢ FILMASCOPE CO. PLAY BASKET BALL ARCADE GAME. 12”D x 22”W x 18”T. Fun basketball themed game where players use the front levers to volley the “basketball” back and forth and into the opponent’s basket. Green sheet metal cabinet with glass top and sides. In working order. Missing lower back panel. Without keys. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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400 - 1¢ PULVER RED CROSS CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 10-1/2” x 5-1/2” x 24”. This tall case wall mount vendor features four red porcelain panels with white lettering and the Foxy Grandpa figure inside. Both front porcelain panels advertise for Red Cross Spearmint Pepsin Gum and show good color and shine with some chipping, especially to the edges. Metal case has been repainted. Circa 1910. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 4,000.00

399 - 1¢ AMC MATCHBOOK VENDOR. 17-1/2”T x 7-1/2”W x 7”D. Manufactured by Advanced Machine Co. in 1916, the cast iron base has definitely aged with time with some minor oxidation. It has a dark green color with details of gold throughout. The glass is a cylindrical dome with 4 interior channels to place copious amounts of matches. Insert a penny and pull the lever forward; works well. “1¢ MATCHES” is displayed in black lettering with a light blue background. There is one key and lock. In unrestored, original condition. (Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

401 - 1¢ PULVER CHOCOLATE & CHICLE GUM VENDING MACHINE. 24” T. Circa 1909. Made by the Pulver and Chicle Co. This is the first tall case Pulver machine. Featuring the Yellow Kid character . The porcelain and machine are in overall very good condition. Non porcelain parts have been repainted. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 4,000.00 - 6,000.00

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402 - 1¢ COLEMAN CHICAGO PEANUT VENDING MACHINE. 19”T. x 7-3/4”W. x 10”D. Circa 1908. Manufactured by the Coleman Hardware Co. This peanut vendor is made of cast iron and used a penny for each handful of product. Base on left side has been repaired. Tray, flap and inside have major pitting. Overall in good condition. Before restoration photos included. Includes 2 keys. (Good). 3,000.00 - 4,000.00 403 - 1¢ GENERAL MERCHANDISE CO. SMILIN’ SAM PEANUT VENDOR. 11”D x 10”W x 14”T. Produced during the early 1930’s by General Merchandise Co. this “Salted Peanut Man” features a flat upper coin entry and minimal paint loss to the original paint showing a professional and well done clear coat to the upper portion with original finish to the base. To vend, simply drop a penny into the slot and pull out Sam’s tongue. Operates smoothly. Two keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500.00 - 3,500.00 404 - 1¢ AUTOMATIC GAMES “THE OLD MILL” VENDING MACHINE. 10-1/2”D x 18 1/2”W x 52”T This machine is a 1931 The Scoop vending machine. The original red crackle finish paint has been repainted a solid red and placed on a stand. A new marquee has been added and repainted to read “The Old Mill”. This machine still works well. Includes 2 keys. (Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

405 - 1¢ BLUEBIRD THE MAGIC SALESMAN VENDING MACHINE. 21”T x 8”Dia. Though this vendor is marked Peerless Products Co. on the product chute and marquee, it was actually manufactured by Bluebird in 1935. Not only does this offer balls of gum, but a free reward as well through use of the 12 numerical wheel displayed behind the glass at the base. The top marquee in navy and silver reads “And If The Word ‘MAGIC’ Stops Behind The Dart On The Glass The Patron Is Entitled To A Free Award Of Free Beer.” The display has clear signs of age and minimal wear on the base. In working condition. This actual machine is shown in Bill Enes Silent Salesman Vol. 2. One key is provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00 406 - 1¢ HANCE MFG. CO. STANDARD REX COLD NUT VENDING MACHINE. 19”T x 9.5”Dia. This product features a cast iron body with a white porcelain base, while the new models had an aluminum body. These were manufactured starting 1908 all the way through 1930, by J.W. Hance Foundry. Shows signs of age on the body, ceramic base is intact. According to a Hance ad, “This machine would collect 3,750,000,000 pennies a year.” Two keys are provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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407 - 1¢ ZENO WOOD CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 17-3/4” T. x 10-1/2” W. x 9” D. Circa 1902. Made by the Zeno Mfg. Co. This version is the last of the wood penny Zeno machines to be produced. Center panel advertises a large assortment of chewing gum flavors. This version also has both of the sides embossed with advertising. Appears to have a new back door. Overall in good condition. One key is included. (Good). 700.00 - 1,200.00 408 - 5¢ MANSFIELD’S AUTOMATIC CLERK GUM VENDOR. 7”W x 7-1/2”D x 16”T. An enchanting gum vendor with clockwork mechanism housed inside a clear glass frame with cast iron base. With beautiful, reproduction, foiled reverse on glass marquee. Circa 1902. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 409 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ COLUMBUS AND SIMPSON PEANUT MACHINES. 16”T x 9”Dia. This Lot of 2 is made up of: 1 Columbus manufactured vending machine, Model F. This is a restored, cast iron peanut machine in very good condition. Produced in 1915, it was specifically made for the Ad-Lee Novelty Co. Two keys are provided. 16”T x 9”Dia.; 1 - Another peanut machine in good condition with some visible signs of wear. It has an “S” stencil cut out flap and a red cast iron body with a decal that reads “Salted Peanuts Oaker Maids.” Simpson, Model A. Two keys are provided. 14.5”T x 8”Dia. (Good-Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 410 - MULTI-COIN AJAX DELUXE HOT NUT VENDOR. 53”T x 19”W x 15”D. This restored piece has a shiny aluminum finished body with new decals and an added cast iron leg. There are 3 choices a customer can choose from- 5¢ Hot Peanuts, 10¢ Hot Fancy Mix and 5¢ Hot Cashews. This rare item also includes an AJAX cup dispenser displayed on the left. Private labeled by Tropical Trading Co. in 1947. Two keys are provided in case bulbs need to be replaced. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

411 - NICKEL PLATED NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL 13. 16-1/2”W x 15-1/2”D x 21-1/2”T. This cast iron, 20 key register with a double sided “Amount Purchased” top sign features the Ionic pattern. In working order, the cash drawer with pull knob and decorative till shelf opens when a purchase amount is selected. Serial number 325600, circa 1903. Showing very little wear to the finish. (Excellent). 400.00 - 1,000.00 412 - BRASS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL 7. 15-1/2”W x 15”D x 22-1/2”T. A very nice 20 key cash register in the Fine Scroll pattern showing a red brass finish to all parts but the cash drawer, which is more yellow. Top sign reads “This Registers the Amount of your Purchase” on both sides. In working order, the drawer pops open with a bell sound when a purchase amount is keyed in. Serial number 194110, circa 1899. Showing an excellent finish to the register. (Restored). 400.00 - 1,000.00 413 - BRASS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CANDY STORE REGISTER. 21”T x 10”W x 16”D. This piece features a lustrous brass finish, an elegant marble top sitting above the drawer and a glossy wooden base. The cash register has a labyrinthine design engraved all throughout. This custom design named “The Dolphin” comes from Tiffany Jewelers of New York, which became the most classic register of all time. Due to the nature of the numerical keys, this is a possible restoration. In working condition without keys. Model number: 313. Serial number: 1311790. Circa 1913. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

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414 - MULTI-COIN ROCK-OLA 1422 JUKEBOX. 58”T x 30”W x 26”D. There are little indications of wear and signs of age on the music chart displayed above the grill. However, this multi-coin operated machine features wood paneling, amber colored plastic bordering the sides, chrome highlighting and a dramatic, colorful front grill. The grill is cased by a radiant red, green and white glass that can be lit when turned on. Musical notes are depicted along the top of the glass window and reads “Special 6 Plays for 25¢.” Also features labels for a 20 song selection from Doris Day to The Crew Cuts, no actual records are in the machine. In working condition. Circa 1946. No keys are provided. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

415 - MULTI-COIN WURLITZER MODEL 1015 JUKEBOX. 24”D x 32”W x 58-1/2”T. This model 1015 accepts 5¢, 10¢, and 25¢ and offers 24 song selections. Serial No.1007834 indicates that this particular machine was manufactured in 1946. This iconic machine has a wooden cabinet and curved light facade synonymous with classic jukeboxes. Includes 1 key. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

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416 - 5¢ WURLITZER MODEL 61 COUNTERTOP JUKEBOX AND RECORDS. 22”T. x 22”W. x 18”D. This multi-selector phonograph jukebox offers 12 selections on 78 RPM records. The model 61 is sometimes seen with a matching base not included here. The Art Deco styling of the cabinet is carried by chrome trim, smooth edges, and red lighted plastics. Serial number 579325. Includes two keys and a box of 28 assorted records. Circa 1939. (Very Good). 400.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 417 417 - BURNS & POLLACK PHONOGRAPH LAMP. 27” x 13”. Capital lamp. The electric motor works and the lamp lights up. Union reproducer, excellent shade and fringe. Tone arm base has been repaired. (Good). 900.00 - 1,500.00 418 - OAK HERZOG FULL BARREL CYLINDER RECORD CABINET. 38-1/2” x 21-1/2” x 25-1/2”. Full complement of original cylinder tubes. All cylinder trays are intact and original. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 3,500.00

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419 - POLYPHON NO. 63 MUSIC BOX 79”T. x 21”W. x 12-1/2”D. The Style No. 63 consists of a highly polished walnut cabinet includes many carved elements. Above, a “Grandmother’s” 13-day pendulum clock that will play music on the hour or may be silenced if desired. Below, it plays the 11-1/4” discs. Serial No. 63930. The plain, inset panel in front of the music disc may be a replacement. No keys are included. (Very Good). 5,000.00 - 10,000.00

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421 - JUMEAU BEBE PHONOGRAPH DOLL. 24”T. 24” Following the colossal failure of the Edison phonograph doll in the early 1890’s, the Jumeau firm then produced a phonograph doll as well. This model was much more successful and encountered far fewer mechanical failures! Of course the bisque head, marked only with a “11”, utilized was of much better quality than the German head that Edison had employed upon its doll. The Jumeau example featured an open mouth doll with large entrancing paperweight eyes, blue in this case, as well as a more substantial and appealing composition body (older paint restoration to the compo body). The Jumeau model had easy access to the mechanism, a metal flap upon the chest with a twist-able tab entry that even allowed a small child to interchange the bevy of various cylinders that were available. This example is in working order however the record/cylinder spins but does not play. Most likely a needle or small adjustment is needed. Appreciated and sought after by not only doll collectors but mechanical music collectors as well! Dressed in an appropriate but more recent outfit with a human hair wig, the doll is ready to display in one’s collection. Overall the condition is described as above. The bisque head appears to be free of damage however upon close examination there are a couple of minute flesh colored pimples on the bisque face yet these are not objectionable or a distraction. Comes with addition items such as the original blue jewelry and interior mechanism. (Very Good). 2,500.00 - 4,500.00

LOT - 420 420 - 5¢ POLYPHON MUSIC BOX. 72-1/2”T x 27-1/2”W x 15-1/2”D. Still in its original condition, it is a late 1890’s music box made of darkened walnut with elaborate designs carved into the wood, two columns on either side and a Cathedral like design. Has an interior lamp. It is coin operated but still must wind the gears from time to time. There is a pullout storage underneath the glass display and contains 29 additional discs. No keys provided but the door opens. (Excellent). 4,000.00 - 8,000.00 170

422 - EDISON PHONOGRAPH/TALKING DOLL. 22”T. 22” A most unique doll created by Thomas Edison in the late 1880’s that in theory was quite ingenious but in reality was a commercial failure. Edison utilized a wind-up mechanism encased within the tin torso of a doll’s body that played a wax disc with a nursery rhyme. Surely this would appeal to the female child, not only having her bisque headed doll but one that sang to her as well. All too often the mechanism failed for one reason or another and it is quite the rarity today to find an example complete with a mechanism let alone one that still plays the nursery rhyme. The doll itself is of German manufacture utilizing a bisque head, wood and composition arms and legs and a tin torso with a removable front access panel. This example features a bisque head with blue glass eyes dressed in an elaborate replica outfit. Unfortunately the original phonograph mechanism is no longer present. Overall the original finish to the wooden and composition body parts (lacking 1/2 thumb) and the bisque head is without hairlines or cracks. (Good - Very Good). 5,000.00 - 7,000.00

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423 - LOT OF 2: AMERICAN COMPOSITION PHONOGRAPH DOLLS. 26”T. A very delightful “genuine Madame Hendren talking doll” named “ Dolly Reckord” made by the Averill Manufacturing Co. from 1922-1928. It was so successful and popular doll that Averill had to devote a whole factory to this one item. Georgene Averill (aka Madame Hendren) patented the phonograph mechanism which is located in the torso and works by means of a crank and a funnel speaker open to the front. A blue cylinder record 2-1/4” x 1/4” x 1-1/4” cylinder record is inserted and “voila” the doll sings, recites, and prays. There were six cylinders with each doll allowing her to recite nursery rhyme such as “Little Boy Blue,” sing songs such as “London Bridge” and say her prayers. The doll herself is a large 26” tall with a composition shoulder head and lower arms and legs. She has a cloth torso and upper arms and legs with a stitched hip joint. She has her original blonde human hair wig, blue/gray celluloid sleep eyes, open mouth with two upper teeth and tongue. She is marked with an ink stamp on her body: “Genuine Madame Hendren Doll 226 Made in U.S.A.“ She wears her original clothing consisting of an organdy dress trimmed with lace, a panty-slip undergarment and knit socks with ankle strap shoes. As a pleasing bonus, she still retains her original metal necklace identifying her as a Madame Hendren doll. Composition is in excellent condition and has been professionally refinished. The mechanism works and includes 9 cylinders. Also in this lot is a sweet smiling Effanbee “Lovums” baby with basically the same type of mechanism in the torso. The mechanism is in working order but there are no records. It is very unusual to find this model with a phonograph insert. The baby has a composition head and lower limbs with a cloth torso. It is in good condition with composition professionally restored and replaced clothing, but baby still retains its original caracul wig and Effanbee metal bracelet. Two dolls with appeal to both phonograph and doll collectors! (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

424 - SINGLE MARIPOSA TOWER SHOWCASE. 78”T x 30”W x 26”D. This oak wood glass display case comes in two separate pieces, that can be joined together as one. The tower is the bottom half and has 2 interior shelves as well as cast iron legs. It measures 40”T x 30”W x 26”D. The top half, called Mariposa, contains a curved glass display(16”T x 19-1/2”W x 27”D.) beneath a rectangular glass display. It measures 22”T x 19.5”W x 13.5”D. Both cases have a green felt interior floor and the shelving can be accessed through the back glass door panels locked by a single latch. Manufactured by J.W. Winchester. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 425 - J.W. WINCHESTER REDDY KILLOWATT GLASS DISPLAY CABINET. 21-1/2”D. x 25”W. x 74-1/2”T. This oak framed display showcase can be broken down into two parts. The top with carved rope trim and decorative cast feet. It features a domed glass front with two interior glass shelves, and is lined with deep emerald green velvet. The front of the cabinet features a small etched design of Reddy Killowatt. Also included with this cabinet is a small wooden figure of Reddy Killowatt. The locking back door has two keys. Measuring 21”D x 24”W x 33”T. The bottom portion is also oak framed with glass sides, top, and sliding back door. With three interior glass shelves and bottom lined in deep emerald velvet. Measuring 21-1/2”D x 25”W x 41-1/2”T. Both pieces have a small copper plaque at the base of the front that reads “J.W. Winchester Company/ Ojai, California/ Patents Pending”. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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426 - PEPÉ LE PEW CHARACTER STATUE. 55”T x 48”W. A large statue made of fiberglass. He is a classic character from the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series first introduced in 1945. He is wearing a dashing tuxedo with a long coat tail, partnered with a polka dot bow tie, and he is holding a tall microphone stand. Has aged, with white that has yellowed. There are obvious paint repairs, done in white on the front tip of the hair and tail. Wear throughout. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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427 - WILE E. COYOTE CHARACTER STATUE. 68-1/2”T x 35”W. A large classic character made of fiberglass, from the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies Cartoons. Mr. Wile E. Coyote is sitting with his legs and arms crossed on a metal chair, exuding a devilish stare. He is wearing a sophisticated grey suit and striped tie matched with black and white oxfords. Shows paint loss on his right sleeve, right arm and ear with a crack on the top left shoulder. Wear throughout. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00 428 - WOODEN CAROUSEL HORSE. 12”D x 47-1/2”W x 48”T. Wooden carousel horse affixed to a wooden base. The horse is painted to look weathered. Some spots of paint chipping on the horse’s neck and ears as well as wear to the base. (Good Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00 429 - REDDY KILOWATT SIGN. 24”Dia. Featuring a classic character in his red lightning bolt attire, he is centered in the middle of this circular mustard yellow advertisement. Standing above what reads “Your Electric Servant” in a striking red colored font. Showing a few signs of wear along the top, this sign is in excellent condition. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

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430 - LARGE REDDY KILOWATT NEON SIGN. Crate: 123”T x 72”W. One of the largest of it’s kind, this seldom seen and rarely available Reddy Kilowatt Neon sign is from the dry State of Idaho. This was a building store front sign, and utilized on Power Company facilities or offices. Standing almost ten feet tall, has a deep recessed metal can with the famous red lightning bolt body containing new neon tubing. Behind Reddy’s face is the original coiled neon tubing that lights up his face very well. Complete sign has received a fresh coat of paint. Reddy Kilowatt was known nationwide as the mascot of electricity for power companies in each state. Three brand new transformers with coded connections light this sign up crisp and bright. Crated for shipping, and growing in popularity, this sign definitely makes a bold statement. Sign measures 9’ 8” tall by 5’ 10” wide. Can is recessed approx. 5”. (Excellent). 7,000.00 - 10,000.00

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431 - MRS. ROADRUNNER CHARACTER STATUE. 52”T. A large, fiberglass statue of the female counterpart to the classic character from the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoon series, famous for outsmarting Wile E. Coyote and the catchphrase “Meep Meep!” The road runner appears to be wearing a fancy hat with elegant pearls while holding a purse. Wear throughout with paint loss seen along the base and front wing. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 432 - WOOD PENDLETON SHIRTS STORE DISPLAY SIGN. 27-1/2”T. x 21-1/2”W. This wooden advertising piece features a carved cowboy figure sitting on a beam. Reads “Shirts By Pendleton” across the top with a hanging sign below that reads “America’s Finest Wool Shirts”. Designed and produced by W.L. Stensgaard & Associates of Chicago Illinois. Showing some minor wear to the wood throughout but overall quite nice. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

433 - INDIAN BRAND HANK-O-CHIEF GLASS DISPLAY CASE. 16”T. x 6”W. x 6”D. A glass countertop display case with 4 glass shelves. No chips or cracks with advertising on the front and open in the back for access to product. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

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434 - CLEAR GLASS APOTHECARY SHOW GLOBE WITH STAND. 24”T x 9.5”Dia. This teardrop shaped jar includes a matching glass stopper and Art Deco style metal stand. The stopper is hollow with a black cork allowing it to hold separate liquid if desired. Both the globe and stopper are free from chips or cracks. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00 435 - LOT OF 4: HIRES ROOT BEER SYRUP DISPENSER AND MUGS. Largest 8”D x 14”T. This Lot of 4 is comprised of: 1- Off-white ceramic syrup dispenser with burgundy lettering. “Drink Hires It Is Pure”. There are a few noticeable hairline cracks around the rim, 8”D x 14”T; 3- Off-white ceramic mugs with black text. Repairs have been made to the handles of the taller two mugs. 4-1/4”D x 7”T & 4”D x 6-1/4”T. (Good - Very Good). 600.00 - 1,200.00

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436 - FISK TIRES TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 72” x 24”. A single sided tin sign for Fisk Tires is mounted in a wooden frame and has osmalto (smaltz) lettering. Reads “Cord Tires, Heavy Tubes.” (Good). 800.00 - 1,400.00

438 - CAMPBELL, METZGER, & JACOBSON PILLOWCASE COVER. 25-1/2”W x 25”T. An exquisite example of an early lithographic print on cotton depicting a gentleman peering up at a lady from the “Hottest Show in Town”, showing the man’s vices. Scattered about the emerald background are various gambling items: playing cards, a bar of 24k gold, dice, etc. In the lower left corner can be seen “Copyright Campbell, Metzger, & Jacobson”. With very nice texture throughout and no stains or tears to speak of. Set behind glass with a cloth backing. Circa late 1800’s to early 1900’s. (Excellent). 450.00 - 950.00

437 - 1¢ MERCHANTS ADVERTISING CO. COLOR MATCH GAME. 6”T x 14”W x 24”D. This is a simple yet fun counter top game! After inserting a penny, player uses the left wheel to choose a color the pointer will land on. Pull the coin slot and the pin ball is released. Shoot the pinball using the plunger found on the right, the pinball then spins the pointer around and stops at color. There is wear throughout with the veneer of the wood chipping. No keys are included. (Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00

439 - INTERNATIONAL TIME RECORDING CO. COMPANY CLOCK. 12”D x 15-1/2”W x 47”T. Wall-mount company time clock is housed in an oak cabinet with front glass advertising The Dent Hardware Co. To operate employees would insert their time card into the opening, slide the left lever to the appropriate time selection, and press down on the right lever to punch the card. Circa early 1900’s. Without keys. (Very Good). 800.00 - 2,000.00

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442 - LOT OF 2: CLEAR GLASS PEAR JARS WITH LIDS. 14” and 15”T. Including: 1 - 14” Colonial jar with a ground top and spiked lid, showing some chips on the jar lip; 1 - 15” Columbia jar with matching swirl top non ground lid, showing a small chip on the inner rim of the jar. (Good). 600.00 - 800.00

443 - JOHNNY MEAH “VERY SPECIAL PEOPLE” SIDESHOW BANNER. 84”T x 115”W. An early work painted by Johnny Meah for legendary show operator, Ward Hall. Originally a larger banner, it now measures approximately 7’ x 9-1/2’ and was re-signed by the artist. Some missing paint in areas as well as some fading. Includes a photo of artist signing the piece. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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444 - HICKMAN-EBBERT CO. ADVERTISING SIGN. 23-1/2”T x 34-1/2”W. Self-framed pressed metal sign for the Hickman-Ebbert Co. titled “In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree”. Depicting a lovely scene of a boy offering a girl on horseback a basket of apples. In the lower left corner is printed “U.S.G. Clemens, Copyright 1906”. Minor signs of oxidation peppered throughout. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 447 445 - KENTUCKY RESERVE WHISKEY ADVERTISEMENT. 21-1/2”W x 40”T. Lithograph advertisement featuring the image of a lovely Native American woman adorned with beads and feathers. The vibrant lithograph is framed in a sand colored mat with brown hand-lettering which reads “Kentucky Reserve Whiskey”. Water staining is present along both the right and left sides of the mat. It is important to note that the print itself appears to be unaffected by moisture damage. The surface of the print is smooth and clear, with a small wrinkle evident under the woman’s nose that is only visible under close scrutiny. Framed behind glass in a beveled wood frame. Wear is present on the frame. Circa 1910. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,000.00 446 - BUDWEISER GANYMEDE ADVERTISEMENT ON WOOD. 25-1/2”T x 36”W. This vividly colorful advertising piece shows an image of a boy holding a bottle of Budweiser being carried by an eagle and reads, “’Modern Version of Ganymede’ Introduction of Budweiser to the Gods”. The subject of Ganymede’s abduction has inspired numerous works of art and this particular version is based on the work of Johann Frank Kirchbach (British, 1859-1912). Printed by Palm, Fechteler & Co., New York & Chicago, the image may be an early decal or transfer onto the stained plywood and then covered with a clear coat. Budweiser began use of this image for advertising in 1904. It is housed in a wood frame, painted green with some light damage and there is light damage to the plywood of the advertisement in the lower corners. The back of the frame is open to show a small piece of paper with text explaining the myth of Ganymede. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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LOT - 448 447 - FRAMED ASTI LITHOGRAPH FOR KELLOGG’S BOURBON AND RYE. 27”T. x 25”W. x 1”D. This lithograph on canvas was originally painted by A. Asti and has a 1906 copyright by Wolf & Co., Philadelphia. It is a beautifully executed painting of a partially draped, half-nude woman. The top left corner reads, “Kellogg’s / Bourbon & Rye / Wilmerding Loewe Co. / San Francisco”. It is mounted behind glass in a lovely wood frame. The canvas has some damage and repairs that are not very noticeable until close inspection. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00 448 - ANHEUSER BUSCH LITHOGRAPH OF CUSTER’S LAST FIGHT. 38-1/2”T. x 48-1/2”W. x 2-1/4”D. This framed lithograph of a painting that was submitted to the Library of Congress on March 30, 1896 depicts the last moments of General Custer’s life. A very famous and popular piece of bar room art. The lithograph was produced by The Milwaukee Litho Co. and is glued to a canvas backing mounted in a gilded frame with an Aneiuser-Busch plaque at the top. The lithograph has several areas of damage that have inpaint and over-paint repairs. The frame has superficial damage, predominantly on the edges and some loosening of the miters. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

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449 - JESSE MOORE BOURBON LITHOGRAPH ON TIN. 26”T x 38”W. This self framed, factory framed lithograph on tin is titled, “Old Friends” and was printed by Bachrach & Friends of San Francisco. The lower left corner contains a stylized signature from the original artist containing the initials “FCS”. While the artist’s identity remains unknown, it is known that they painted it in 1903 and it remains a beautifully executed oil painting with interesting light and a quality understanding of perspective. At some point, the areas of minor damage that it had sustained to the field were professionally inpainted and are only detectable upon very close inspection. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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450 - ANGELO ASTI NUDE ADVERTISING PRINT ON PAPER. 25” x 22”. This advertisement for Weir Lunch of Taunton, Massachusetts features a lovely topless lady with a purple garment at her hips. Professionally framed in a period correct, decorative gold frame. Print does show some creasing but retains bright colors. There are several areas of professional inpainting repair. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 LOT - 451

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451 - LOT OF 4: DAKOTA GLOBE JARS WITH LIDS. Largest: 12”T. Including 1 - 12” jar with non-ground top and stopper, free from chips or cracks; 1 - 9-1/2” jar with ground top and stopper, free from chips or cracks; 1 - 8” jar with ground top and stopper, showing small chips on the rim; 1 - 8” jar with ground top and no lid, free from chips or cracks. (Very Good Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 452 - DULUTH BREWING AND MALTING CO. ADVETISING PRINT. 33”T x 43”W. Early tin sign with older restoration. Sign has been clear coated at some point to prevent flaking and lifting of paint. Promotes the Duluth Brewing & Malting Company. It is a rendering of the entire location; the Duluth factory, the office, and the bottling house. Because they are the moose brand, there is a depiction of a disembodied moose’s head, hovering above the clouds that overlooks them. The sign is mounted by a wooden frame, painted in gold. In restored condition, a great addition to your brewery collection. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00


453 - BRONZE INDIAN CHIEF WALL CHARGER. 12-5/8” Diameter. This round bronze wall decoration with high relief Indian Chief in the middle shows the original polychromatic paint. Heavy, with a hook in the back for display. Circa 1900, possibly Austrian. In exceptional condition. (Excellent). 500.00 - 750.00 454 - LOT OF 2: NATIVE AMERICAN SCULPTURE AND WALL CHARGER. Larger: 10”Dia. Including: 1 - Bronze Indian chief sculpture with the original patina on an Art Deco style translucent green stone base showing several chips. Nice detail to both the front and back. Unsigned, circa 1920-30’s. 7”T x 4”W x 3”D.; 1 - Round wall decoration with 3-D Indian Chief in the middle. High-relief, hand-painted polychromed pottery with the original surface. Possibly Austrian, circa 1900. 10” in diameter. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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455 - FRIERSON STUDIOS “LEGENDARY CREATURES” SIDESHOW BANNER. 86”W x 120”T. An exquisite canvas sideshow banner painted by Mark Frierson during the 1990’s. It features mythological oddities from unicorns to the Fiji mermaid. (Excellent). 500.00 - 750.00 456 - FRIERSON STUDIOS “HORRORS OF NATURE” SIDESHOW BANNER. 96”W x 120”T. Large 8’ x 10’ sideshow banner painted on canvas and featuring the “Horrors of Nature”. Displaying oddities such as a double-bodied cyclops lamb and clear animals. Painted by Mark Frierson circa 1990’s. (Excellent). 500.00 - 750.00

457 - EARLY APOTHECARY TRADE SIGN. 23”T x 22”Dia. Appears to have once had a copper finish, that oxidized over time, giving it that green look. Two red translucent jewels sit opposite of each other at the center. Resembles a mortar and pestle, giving it a Gothic appearance. The pestle extends 9 inches above the top. In fair condition, with clear evidence of aging. (Fair). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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458 - FIGURAL PIG TRADE SIGN. 5-1/2”D x 30”W x 15-1/2”T. Wooden pig sign with two loops and a wire for hanging. Shows weathering throughout with paint loss and horizontal cracking. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

461 - SIEBE GORMAN & CO. LTD. BELLOWS FIRE HORN. 25”T x 9”W x 20-1/2”D. An English, foot operated fire horn manufactured in the 1800’s by Siebe Gormon and Co. Ltd. Its initial use was to give air to helmets in the mines then later converted into an alarm once a more superior breathing device was invented. An oval black and gold plaque reads “Everything For Safety Everywhere” with additional information regarding the manufacturer. This fire horn is “Code For Signaling By Means of Life Line.” 1 pull means “More are required” - 2 “Slack off line lines” - 3 “Help me out immediately” as the last one. The burgundy leather that sits on top of the dark oak base is cracking on all sides with the gold trumpet horn showing minor signs of wear. The foot pedal extends 4-1/2 inches from the base and does not operate. (Good). 800.00 - 2,000.00

459 - WOODEN BLACK AMERICANA BOY STATUE. 24”W x 32”D x 61”T. Carved wooden statue of a life-sized boy featuring realistic glass eyes and is wearing shorts painted black with red stripes. The statue is set on a rolling wooden platform. Repairs have been made to the arms, feet, and wheels. (Fair). 500.00 - 1,000.00 460 - WOODEN SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. BAS-RELIEF ADVERTISEMENT. 3-1/4”D x 28-3/4”W x 35”T. Wooden bas-relief of a Swift’s Specific advertisement depicting a man carrying a bushel of wheat looking on, as a woman sits and stirs a steaming cauldron. Bottom reads “For The Blood”. The lettering and carved illustration is painted in gold with a black background. Cracking and chipping are both present throughout. Circa early 1900’s. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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462 - SIEBE GORMAN & CO. LTD. FOOT-OPERATED BELLOWS FIRE HORN. 26”T x 9-1/2”W x 20”D. In the 1800’s, this foot operated bellows fire horn was originally meant to pump air in the helmets of mine workers. Later, it became an alarm after a more efficient air pumping device was invented. The same company, Siebe Gorman & Co. Ltd., invented the first diving mask and fire helmets. 1-3 pumps notify the type of response required. There is a light oak finish with the burgundy leather cracking on all sides and brass trumpet horn showing some wear. The device itself is being held up on a wire spring with the black pedal extending 4-1/2 inches from the base. (Good). 800.00 - 2,000.00 180

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LOT - 463 463 - LOT OF 3: ADAMS-BAGNALL ELECTRIC CO. ENCLOSED ARC STREET LAMPS. 10”D x 26”T. These street lamps were created by the Adams-Bagnall Electric Co. during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. With beautiful fluted copper housings flaring out near the base where the glass globes would have resided. Each of the lamps bear a small plaque with the company name, patent numbers, and serial numbers: Nos. 37505, 37266, and 73894. These great streetlamps once lined the way for the miners in Butte, Montana. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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464 - LOT OF 3: ADAMS-BAGNALL ELECTRIC CO. ENCLOSED ARC STREET LAMPS. 10”D x 26”T. These street lamps were created by the Adams-Bagnall Electric Co. during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. With beautiful fluted copper housings, flaring out near the base where the glass globes would have resided. Each of the lamps bear a small plaque with the company name, patent numbers, and serial numbers: Nos. 102536, 164761, and 41883. These great streetlamps once lined the way for the miners in Butte, Montana. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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465 - LOT OF 2: NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY ITEMS. Largest: 13”T. Includes 1- Pitcher showing a portrait of “Arrow Maker, An Ojibwa Brave” with an antler-shaped handle and a hairline crack on the backside. 13”T; 1- Vase showing a portrait of “Wolf Robe,” a Cheyenne Chief on a beautiful painted full-wrap scene with lake, rocks, and trees. 6”W x 6”T. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 466 - LOT OF 5: MILK GLASS INDIAN VASES. Largest 8”T. Features images of Native American Chiefs, Warriors, and one of an Indian Maiden. One of the vases is marked “Souvenir Seattle”. Circa 1900. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00 467 - FRAMED BLACK AND WHITE THEODORE ROOSEVELT PRINT. 33”T x 17”W. Very rare print of Theodore Roosevelt riding a horse on San Juan Hill with his fellow soldiers abiding him in the background. By Kurz and Allison Chicago, IL., in 1898. The frame is black with an elegant gold beaded interior border. Wear can only be seen along the edges of the frame with the print itself in very good condition. (Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

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468 - NATIVE AMERICA EMBROIDERED CANVAS. 20”T x 16”W. The entirety of this piece has been hand sewn with such elaborate needlework, from the details on the feathered headdress to the texture of the Indian Chief’s skin. The usage of earth tone colors perfectly coordinate the subtle tones of maroon and pink. Circa 1890-1900. The edges sewn onto the wood frame are separating. (Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

472 - BLACK AND WHITE NATIVE AMERICAN CLAY POT. 20”T x 18”Dia. Large round pot composed of clay with a cylindrical opening that extends 3 inches from the top and has a diameter of 4 inches. On opposites sides of the vase, are sculpted handles. White background with black, hand drawn geometric designs throughout. This closely matches the Anasazi tribes style of pottery making. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

469 - NATIVE AMERICAN CHIEF WARWICK CHINA VASE. 12-1/2”T x 8”Dia. Crafted by Warwick China during the early 1900’s and originally purchased at the Pan-Am Expo in Buffalo, NY in 1901. This large vase features a satin glaze that fades from brown at the top and base to orange in the center with a central portrait of a Native American Indian chief. It is signed and numbered, A12. (Excellent). 500.00 - 700.00

473 - LOT OF 2: JOLLY N MECHANICAL BANKS. Largest 5-1/2”D x 5-1/2”W x 8-1/4”T. This lot of two figural Black Americana banks includes 1 - Shephard Hardware Co. example and 1 - English Jolly N with top hat. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

470 - DOUBLE MAJOLICA INDIAN BRAVE FIGURINES. 10”T x 4-1/2”W x 4”D. This is a set of two very rare ceramic Native American Indian brave figurines. Painted in bright colors with a beautiful, glossy glaze. Both exhibit great detail from the face to the traditional clothing. Both are holding a rifle, peering to overlook beyond the horizon. The stock of the gun has been repaired on one of the figures. Circa 1910. (Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

474 - LOT OF 2: TAMMANY MECHANICAL BANKS. 6”T x 4”W x 5”D. Made by J. & E. Stevens And Company. Original working condition. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00 475 - FORTY NINER DONKEY CIGARETTE DISPENSER. 6-1/2”T x 7-1/2”W x 3”D. Working condition. Made of cast iron. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

471 - NATIVE AMERICAN WOVEN BASKET. 8-1/2”T x 16”Dia. Hand woven basket in a light color with a graphic display. Shows a group of figures holding hands around the circumference of the basket. With some areas of loss around the upper rim. This style of weaving is attributed to the Hopi tribe. (Good-Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00 182

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476 - LOT OF 2: TAMMANY MECHANICAL BANKS. 6”T x 3”W x 4-1/2”D. Manufactured by J. & E. Stevens. Both figural cast iron banks are in working condition. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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477 - EAGLE AND EAGLETS MECHANICAL BANK. 4”D x 8”W x 5-3/4”T. Figural cast iron bank manufactured by J. & E. Stevens And Company. In working condition. Showing a small crack at the foot of the Mother Eagle. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 478 - LOT OF 5: ASSORTMENT OF MINIATURE SCALES AND TYPEWRITER. Largest 7-1/2” x 11”W x 7”D. This lot of 5 consists of 1- blue miniature cast iron weighing scale. 4-1/2”T x 4-1/2”W x 1-1/2”D; 1- red miniature cast iron Dayton weighing scale. 4”T x 4”W x 1”D; 1-mint green miniature 1-3 lb. cast iron Toledo weighing scale. 5”T x 3-1/2”W x 4”D; 1- green miniature U.S. Mailbox bank. A “Souvenir of Washington D.C.” 5-1/2”T x 2-1/2”W x 2-1/2”D; 1- tin litho Junior Dial Typewriter of Mar Toys. Carriage moves smoothly with every press of the space button. 7-1/2” x 11”W x 7”D. Each item exhibits varying degrees of wear. (GoodVery Good). 100.00 - 200.00

479 - EARLY STEAM POWER WOOD BOAT TOY. 36”L. The wooden boat appears to be in good condition. The steam engine is loose from the boat with other pieces that are loose. (6.9). 200.00 - 400.00 480 - LOT OF 3: WOOD WIND-UP AND PULL TOYS. Largest 10” T. This lot of three toys with various characters includes: 1- Pluto pull toy with leather ears and tail; 1- Bear on a bicycle pull toy; 1- Wind-up cowboy on a black horse. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 481

481 - LOT OF 3: AMERICAN COMPOSITION DOLLS. Largest 32”T. A very impressive ”Mae Starr” talking and singing doll made by the Effanbee Doll Co. It was released in 1928, at the end of the production period of the Madame Hendren doll. This has basically the same type of phonograph as the Hendren model described above with the mechanism in the torso, the crank in the side and the funnel speaker in the front. Mae Starr has a cloth torso and upper arms and legs with a stitched hip joint. She has a composition shoulder head and lower arms and legs. She is a very large 30” tall with a lovely blonde human hair wig, blue/gray celluloid sleep eyes, and open mouth with two upper teeth and tongue. She has been appropriately and attractively redressed. Her composition is in good condition with just some fading and light crazing which is to be expected of a doll this age. Her mechanism works. Included are 8 cylinders. Included in this lot is another Effanbee “Mae Starr” doll with the same type of mechanism. The composition has been professionally refinished with a short molded and painted hair style, which is very rare to find. The mechanism works but there are no records. The last doll in this lot is a small but darling black composition “Topsy” doll with composition shoulder head and arms on a cloth torso stamped “Genuine Madame Hendren Doll 112 Made in U.S.A.” She has three cute little yarn braids tied with red ribbons in her black molded hair. Her clothing appears original but there is soil on her apron and the soles of her shoes are missing. Added to this lot is an antique white painted wicker chair. This is a lot with appeal to both phonograph and doll collectors! (Very Good). 500.00 - 700.00

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482 - LOT OF 6: BUDDY “L” LINES OUTDOOR RAILROAD TRAIN CARS AND TRACKS. Largest 48”L x 8”W. This lot is comprised of 1 - black pressed steel Buddy L engine car no.963, 24” long; 1 - red pressed steel The Buddy “L” Line stock car no. 96834, 23” long; 1 - red pressed steel The Buddy “L” Lines Outdoor Railroad caboose, 20” long; 1 - black pressed steel Buddy “L” gondola no. 70836, 23” long; 1 - black pressed steel locomotive wrecking crane with three cranks for a working pulley system, 30” long; and 1 - black pressed steel Buddy L coal tender, 21” long. Also included are rows of track, 48” long. Widest train car is 8” wide. Each of the train cars shows wear consistent with use and age. (Very Good). 4,000.00 - 7,000.00

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483 - CASE SALESMAN SAMPLE STEAM ENGINE. 34”T x 25-1/2”W x 64”D. This steam engine is a miniature example used by Case during the 20th century to merchandise their items that were too large. It is made mostly of cast iron with a black and green body, two small red wheels at the front and two larger red wheels at the back. “Case” is found at the side while the Case eagle emblem decal is printed on the drivers seat. This is a wonderful example. A very rare and sought after piece of American history. Appears that all parts are in working order. A great look on this exceptional piece. Wonderful addition to any collection. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 20,000.00

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484 - MARBLE STATUE OF WOMAN WITH GRAPES. 70”T. x 28”W. x 20”D. This is an unsigned, life size, 20th Century carved marble sculpture of a woman with a vase of grapes at her waist and some worn in her hair. She stands 5’2” tall on a naturalized plinth, on a circular socle. She is three-quarters draped, with grapes covering the exposed breast, and standing contrappasto. There is evidence of professional some repair on the fabric at her right calf and some damage to the grape leaves. (Very Good). 500.00 - 2,000.00 485 - MARBLE STATUE OF WOMAN WITH VASE OF FLOWERS. 70-1/2”T. x 26”W. x 20”D. This is an unsigned, life size, 20th Century carved marble sculpture of a half-nude woman with a vase of flowers at her waist and a hand full at her breast. She stands 5’2” tall on a naturalized plinth with a supporting limbless tree stump, on a circular socle. She is half-draped, standing contrappasto, with lovely carved folds of fabric and hair down to her waist. There is evidence of professional repair at her right hip, and some less professional repair within the flowers. (Very Good). 500.00 - 2,000.00

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LOT - 487

486 - MARBLE STATUE OF HOODED WOMAN WITH FLOWERS. 70”T. x 20”W. x 20”D. This is an unsigned, life size, 20th Century carved marble sculpture of a hooded, half-nude woman with a basket of flowers at her waist and a hand full of fabric keeping her drape closed at the front. She stands 5’2” tall on a naturalized plinth with a supporting limbless tree stump, on a circular socle. She is three-quarters draped, standing contrappasto, with lovely carved folds of fabric framing her face and draping down to her feet. There is evidence of multiple professional repairs throughout, and some amateur repair on the most delicate folds of fabric at her right forearm. (Very Good). 500.00 - 2,000.00 487 - MARBLE STATUE OF WOMAN WITH BOUQUET. 69”T. x 20”W. x 19”D. This is an unsigned, life size, carved marble sculpture from the 20th Century that depicts a half-nude woman with a bouquet of flowers. She stands 5’2” tall on a naturalized plinth with a supporting limbless tree stump, on a circular socle. She is half-draped, standing contrappasto, and comfortably holding the ornately carved bouquet in a tapered basket. There is a 1/2” divot out of her left elbow and the remarkably delicate flower petals are almost completely intact. (Very Good). 500.00 - 2,000.00

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488 - WOODEN SHIP FIGUREHEAD. 19”D x 20”W x 60”T. This nicely detailed, nearly life-sized wood carving of a Native American Indian chief once belonged on the prow of a ship. Traces of its once vibrant paint have chipped and faded away, exposing the wood that has greyed from exposure to the elements. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 3,500.00 489 - LOT OF 2: GLASS WINDOWS. Largest: 32”W x 42-1/2”T. This Lot of 2 consists of: 1- Clear beveled glass window set in zinc in wooden frame with eye hooks. 32”W x 42-1/2”T. 1- Leaded glass transom window with beveled glass and jewels in wooden frame. 15-1/2”T x 34”W. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00 490 - LOT OF 4: CARICATURES OF GAMBLERS. 19-1/2”T. x 14-1/4”W. x 1-1/4”D. All four of these caricatures are on yellowed paper and are beautifully framed. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 489

LOT - 490

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491 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS TODAY JACKPOT VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 15”W x 15”D. The front castings of this Today Vendor have been repainted in primary colors that perfectly highlight the Dutch Boy characters and floral motifs. Sporting the original reel strips, rotating marquee, and a working vendor and deferred pay mechanism. One of the front windows is cracked. Circa 1926. One key is provided. (Very Good). 1,200.00 - 1,800.00 492 - **REPRODUCTION 5¢ MILLS LIBERTY BELL SLOT MACHINE. 23-1/2”T x 13”W x 12”D. All aluminum casting with a large embossed bell at the center of the front panel which reads “Mills Liberty Bell”. With New York City themed designs on the sides and back. Circa 1906-1939. Without keys. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 493 - **5¢ MILLS HI-TOP FIGURAL ROBOT SLOT MACHINE. 23”D x 23”W x 72”T. White figural robot with a Mills Novelty Hi-Top slot machine as its torso. In working condition. Two keys are provided. (Good). 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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494 - **1¢ PACE BANTAM BELL SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE VENDOR. 13”D x 17”W x 21”T. Three-quarter sized slot machine with multiple front jackpot banks and side ball gum vendor. The front casting is nicely painted and features mirror-finish chrome plating. Restored with original fortune reel strips. Plays nicely. Without keys. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00 495 - **RECREATION 25¢ MILLS HI-TOP POLK FIGURE SLOT MACHINE. 24”W x 14-3/4”D x 72”T. In working condition, this lot features a three reel Mills slot machine within a Western cowboy figure where a hand holding a gun serves as the handle. The Bandit figure is wearing a red bandana over his face, cowboy boots, and has an imitation gun in the gun belt. Standing on a round black metal base. Machine is marked “The Westerner”. The jackpot feature does not lock, however, the device plays well. Includes key. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

LOT - 495

496 - **1¢ O.D. JENNINGS LITTLE DUKE SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 16-1/2”W x 11-1/2”D. This slot machine features a masterful Art Deco design, partnered with a combination of vibrant colors and a side window that displays the interior of the machine. This device has been restored and features a replacement cash box. Back door panel has visible scratches on the bottom left corner. Circa 1931. Three keys are provided. (Very Good-Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 497 - **FRENCH 10¢ CAILLE BEN HUR FLOOR MODEL SLOT MACHINE. 14”D x 17-1/2”W x 60”T. This unique floor model single wheel slot machine, produced by Caille for use overseas, operates with French 10 centimes coins. Housed in a nice oak cabinet, the lower portion of which exhibits some wear. The tin litho color wheel shows astronomical symbols of a sun, moon, stars, and planets. Three keys are included, one of which is damaged. (Excellent). 2,500.00 - 4,500.00 LOT - 497

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LOT - 503

498 - **5¢ MILLS JACKPOT FRONT VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 26-1/2”T. x 16”W. x 16”D. This three-reel slot machine features a central front jackpot bank that is flanked on either side by mint vendors. This device retains its original tin fortune reel strips and back door with replacement award card. The vendor mechanism is functioning. Circa 1930. One key is provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 499 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS 4-REEL SUPERIOR JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE 25”T x 14”W x 13”D. Beautiful Caille machine with nicely detailed front castings. This slot machine features replacement reel strips, cash box, and casting for the back of the head. The mechanism of the machine has been bead blasted and refinished. In working order. Circa 1930. With two keys. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 500 - **5¢ MILLS Q.T. FIREBIRD SLOT MACHINE. 18-1/2”T x 12-1/2”W x 13-1/2”D. This slot machine goes by many names: Thunderbird, 21 Star, Star, and Eagle. There are 21 stars dispersed around the front casting. It is in un-restored condition with the visible wear throughout. This machine requires maintenance to be brought back to working condition. No keys are provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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501 - **25¢ CAILLE SUPERIOR JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 13”D x 15-1/2”W x 24”T. This lovely Caille Bros. slot machine was produced from 1926-1932. The beautiful front castings are accented with blue. Plays and pays out. This slot machine has a new wood base with the replacement award cards and reel strips. One key is included. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 502 - **5¢ C.M. SCHWARZ TURA SILENT MODEL VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 16”W x 15-1/2”D. An attractive machine made in 1933 by C.M. Schwarz, Leipzig. It features four columns of mints to be vended, and three reels with skill stops. Plays quite nicely and includes 2 keys. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 503 - **25¢ MILLS BLACK CHERRY SLOT MACHINE 26”T x 16”W x 15”D. This restored slot machine is in excellent condition with minimal wear. Circa 1938. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 900.00 - 1,400.00

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LOT - 509

504 - **10¢ WATLING BABY BELL TWIN JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 22”T. Three-reel gooseneck bell slot machine with two-toned wood cabinet and decorative front castings and lower vendor. Wear and scratches are present throughout. With mismatched reel strips and original paper award card. Vendor is on free play. Circa 1932. Three keys are provided. (Good - Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 505 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. POINETTIA SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 16”W x 15”D. This three reel tabletop machine features a front jackpot with colorful floral design to the front casting. Unrestored and continuously on free play with a complete and working lemon mechanism. Contains the original back door and strips but shows some wear. There is a minor split on the base of the cabinet. Plays well. Includes one key. Circa 1928. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 506 - **10¢ PACE DELUXE CHERRY BELL SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 16”W x 15”D. This restored slot machine, painted a bold red, features chrome plated elements. Award card shows signs of fading but the overall condition of this machine is very good. In working order. Circa 1945. No keys are provided. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00

507 - **1¢ JENNINGS DUTCHESS FRONT VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 24”T x 14-1/2”W x 14-1/2”D. Exhibiting an older restoration with signs of age and wear throughout. The front casting shows simple vertical lines which gives this device an Art Deco appearance. The vendor mechanism is not in working order. Circa 1934. Two keys are included. (Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 508 - **5¢ MILLS HI-TOP SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 15”D. Hi-Top slot machine with metallic pale green front and refinished cabinet. With replacement cash box and one key. In working order, this machine plays and pays. Circa 1950. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,400.00 509 - **5¢ JENNINGS DUCHESS SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 21”T. Slot machine with fortune reels and Art Deco style front castings accompanied by a working vendor. With replacement cash box, back door, and strips. In working condition. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings circa 1930-1939. Three keys are provided. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 515

510 - **5¢ JENNINGS ONE STAR CHIEF SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 27”T. Expertly restored One Star Chief slot machine with two-toned blue front and finely detailed hunting scene. This machine, circa 1935, plays nicely. With replacement reel strips and award card, as well as replacement back door and cash box. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,500.00 511 - **5¢ JENNINGS DUTCH BOY SLOT MACHINE. 14”D x 15”W x 24-1/2”T. This charming fortune reel slot machine has a front casting which features two Dutch boys on either side of the upper jackpot bank. The wood cabinet shows some wear. An older restoration with new reel strips. Plays nicely. Circa 1929. Four keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 512 - **5¢ MILLS/ROCKOLA RESERVE SLOT MACHINE. 24”T x 16”W x 15”D. This restored device features a highly polished chromed front casting with blue and red accents. It retains the original reel strips and has a replacement cash box. Circa 1932. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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513 - **5¢ MILLS/ROCK-OLA CONVERSION SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 16”W x 16”D. With nice wooden cabinet and highly polished chrome plated castings. This Mills Novelty Rock-Ola conversion features the original reel strips with reproduction award cards. Plays well. Two keys are included. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 514 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS “BULL DURHAM” REVAMP SLOT MACHINE. 24-1/2”T x 15”W x 14”D. This slot machine displays the original reel strips and repainted fire engine red front castings. The operation is slightly off as it plays consistently without having to drop a coin. Circa 1930. Three keys are provided. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 515 - **5¢ WATLING BLUE SEAL FRONT VENDER BELL SLOT MACHINE. 24”T x 15”W x 14”D. A completely restored piece with nickel-plated aluminum castings, replacement reel strips and award cards, with reproduction back door. It features working a dual mint vendor. Circa 1927. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 517

LOT - 518

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LOT - 520

LOT - 521

516 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS JACKPOT DUTCH BOY SLOT MACHINE. 24”T x 15”W x 14”D. This device features an older restoration with nicely detailed aluminum front casting. With original reel strips and reproduction award card. Some damage is evident between the back door and the cash box door. Plays smoothly. Circa 1929. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 517 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS & SERVICE NOVELTY REVAMP SLOT MACHINE. 24-1/2”T x 15”W x 14”D. Restored with nickel-plated aluminum, new paint, colored in red and blue with sleek wood paneling. Contains the original reel strips and replacement award card. Set in front of the strips is glass with minor crazing seen directly at the center. There is a double pay out cup with one sitting directly under the “Pot” window. With the original back doors. Functions smoothly. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 518 - **10¢ MILLS NOVELTY OPERATOR BELL SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 24”T. Wonderfully restored slot machine from 1923 features a polished nickel aluminum front casting with thoughtfully placed color accents. It appears this machine was originally a 5¢ and was altered to 10¢. Award cards are replacements. Plays nicely. One key is provided. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

519 - GOLDEN NUGGET SLOT MACHINE STAND. 34”T x 20-1/2”W x 24-1/2”D. Oak slot machine stand with silver claw legs and locking front door bearing a red Golden Nugget silk screen design. With one interior shelf and very nice finish throughout. Without keys. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 520 - GLASS FRONT OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 34”T x 19”W x 17”D. Oak slot machine stand with brass claw legs and single interior shelf. The front door shows frosted glass with a central floral etching. Finish is very nice throughout. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 521 - OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 17-1/2”D x 17-1/2”W x 33-1/2”T. Oak slot machine stand with decorative brass legs. The front door is locked and without key. With moderate scratching to the top surface. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 527

522 - CAST IRON SLOT MACHINE STAND. 18”D x 18”W x 33”T. Glossy red and gold painted cast iron base with square oak platform. Finish is very nice throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 523 - CAST IRON SLOT MACHINE STAND. 18”D x 18”W x 30-1/2”T. Black painted cast iron base with square oak platform. Finish is very nice throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 524 - **1¢ JENNINGS THE FAVORITE COIN DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 20”T x 14”W x 13”D. Nice, unrestored original coin drop game with horse racing themed aluminum casting. The front panel features three jockeys and their horses- one colored in gold, one in black and the other in red. Drop a penny and make it into one of the numbered slots, receiving anything from 0 to 25 points. Some chipping evident on the upper rim of the interior glass globe. Circa 1926-1928. No keys are provided. (Good-Very Good). 1,200.00 - 2,000.00

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525 - **1¢ FIELD MFG. FIVE JACKS COIN DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 18-1/2”T x 16”W x 10”D. Coin drop trade stimulator with five lower jackpot banks. Players flip their penny through the side slot in hopes of obtaining the contents of one of the jackpots. Featuring an older repaint. Circa 1930. One key is provided. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00 526 - **1¢ FIELD MFG. 3 JACKS COIN DROP COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 18-1/2”T x 13”W x 10”D. Players flip pennies onto the pin board playing field and if their coin lands in one of the three slots, the player can then turn the knob and obtain the contents of that jackpot bank. Circa 1930. One key is provided. (Good - Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 527 - **5¢ DROBISCH BROS. STAR ADVERTISER COIN DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 19”T x 5-1/2”W x 4-1/2”D. This diamond-shaped countertop pointer game advertises for Star Advertiser cigars in the display area with lower advertising that reads “You always get one and sometimes more - Manufactured for the W.L. Kline Co. St. Louis MO.” Simply drop a nickel into the coin slot to make the pointer spin. Whichever number the spinner stops on determines the number of cigars the player wins. Wood cabinet has been refinished and shows very little wear. With reproduction bottom paper. Circa 1897. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 531

LOT - 529

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LOT - 532

528 - 1¢ BALLY DISC TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”T. x 11”W. x 6-1/2”D. Bally Manufacturing produced this poker based counter game in 1932. Inside the sheet metal cabinet is an eccentric agitator controlled by the white knob to shuffle the discs. The player inserts a coin, pulls the lever to clear the previous hand, and turns the knob to move five discs into the viewing window. The un-restored cabinet has minor paint loss and oxidation. In working condition. One key is included. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 529 - **LOT OF 2: TRADE STIMULATORS. Largest 9-1/2”D x 10-1/2”W x 12-1/2”T. This lot of two is made up of 1- 1¢ Groetchen Champion circa 1941. With bronze and blue cabinet that shows wear throughout. In working order. With two keys. 9-1/2”D x 10-1/2”W x 12-1/2”T. 1- 5¢ Garden City Bar Boy circa 1936. With brown textured cabinet and four reels. Small cracks can be seen above and below the center lock on the front. With two keys. 8”D x 8-1/2”W x 12-1/2”T. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

LOT - 533

530 - 1¢ GROETCHEN POK-A-REEL TRADE TRADE STIMULATOR. 10-1/2”T x 9-1/2”W x 8-1/2”D. This counter top trade stimulator is in good condition with signs of wear. It has an aluminum body with black and red hand painted card suits. Winning a certain poker hand on this machine wins the player points. Circa 1933. One key is provided. (Good). 400.00 - 700.00 531 - **1¢ THE NEW PIANO GAME FLIP COIN TRADE STIMULATOR 13”T x 15”W x 17”D. This a counter top game not just for testing skill, there are “No Blanks” leaving the player to win either a piece of gum, one nickel or one dime. Made mostly of wood with a peg backboard interior. Insert coin in the right slot, using finger to ignite coin through slots. Earl A. Robinson, manufactured in 1909. One key is provided. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00 532 - **5¢ HAMILTON DAISY COIN DROP CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/4”T. x 9”W. x 3-1/4”D. The Hamilton Manufacturing Company made these games in 1910. This “diamond top” version has a nickel finish on the cabinet that has degraded somewhat over the past century. The paper background in the pin field is still in very good condition. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 533 - **ENGLISH JENNINGS “THE CHALLENGER” COIN DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 36”T. x 23-1/2”W. x 8-1/2”. This large size payout machine is housed in a wood cabinet with Art Deco style castings and accepts English pennies. Circa 1945. Includes one key and instructions for opening both the top and coin door. (Excellent). 300.00 - 700.00

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534 - **1¢ GRAND RAPIDS SLOT MACHINE CO. TRADE STIMULATOR. 12-1/2”W. x 6”D. x 19-1/4”T. Housed in a wood cabinet, this countertop pointer game features twin arrows and offers up to five cigars for numbers adding up to a particular total. Missing the back door and showing some wear to the numbered dial, award card, and metal frames. The clockwork mechanism included is not original to the machine. An early pointer machine that started with the Anthony Cigar Co. in 1892, then in 1894 was made by Grand Rapids Slot Machine Co. of Grand Rapids, and Charles T. Maley Novelty Co., Western Automatic, and Western Weighing Machine Co. of Cincinnati. (Good). 1,000.00 - 1,600.00

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535 - **1¢ BUCKLEY MFG. CO. PURITAN BABY VENDOR TRADE STIMUALTOR. 8-1/2”W x 8-1/4”D x 10-1/4”T. This counter machine offers a spin of the reels and a ball of gum for each coin inserted. Rather than showing gumballs in the front, this machine is filled with pennies. In working condition. Also referred to as the Lion Puritan as it shows flowers, bells, and lion designs with another lion on the top. One key. Circa 1930. (Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00 536 - **5¢ GROETCHEN PUNCHETTE TRADE STIMULATOR. 7-1/2”T x 14”W x 7”D. This counter top trade stimulator is covered in a shade of blue with red accents to compliment the steel and is in very good condition. The object of the punchette game is to spin the strip and punch a hole with the lever on the side. The machine will then dispense the punch and the reverse side will tell the player their winnings. In working order. Circa 1936. One key is provided. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 537 - **5¢ MILLS THE PURITAN BELL TRADE STIMULATOR. 10-1/2”T x 8”W x 9-1/4”D. An original, unrestored Puritan Bell with original reels. The aluminum castings show signs of wear with minor damage to the cash door. Circa 1922. With two keys. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00 538 - **LOT OF 2: COUNTERTOP TRADE STIMULATORS. Largest 9-1/2”T x 8-1/2”W x 11”D. This lot of two consists of 1- Daval Marvel that does not require currency to operate. With its bright blue finish, it may be a possible restoration. Circa 1940. 9-1/2”T x 8-1/2”W x 11”D. Two keys are provided. 1- 3-of-a-Kind three-reel trade stimulator. Winning combinations earn players a pack of cigarettes. In working condition. The manufacturer and year is unknown. Two keys are provided. 10-1/2”T x 8-1/2”W x 7”D. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00 196

LOT - 539 539 - **HORSE RACE THEMED TABLE TOP GAMING WHEEL. 38”T x 20”W x 20”D. An early century restored piece, this beautifully hand painted spinning wheel features an exciting exhibition of a horse race, surrounding a golden and glittering array of numbers. This wheel also includes a carousel like odds changer sitting above the wheel, a thick leather stopper, and a drawer that pulls out into a mini table for placing bets. The mini table is also hand painted and covered in glass. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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540 - PETITS CHEVAUX HORSE RACE GAMING WHEEL. 11”T x 20”W x 20”D. The objective of this french table top gambling wheel is to get your horse closest to the winning post. There are 4 different ways to play as stated underneath wooden cover. There are 8 horses total but horse number 1 is missing. With central betting pot. Box seems to be made of mahogany with the interior lined in a light green felt. Silver handle is included to spin the horses. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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541 - TABLE TOP HORSE RACE GAMING WHEEL. 37”T x 29-1/2”Dia. This is a counter top gaming wheel with a horse race theme, showing images of Gladiateur (1862-1876), a French Thoroughbred racehorse who won the English Triple Crown in 1865. It has a black wooden base with a white wooden front display and aluminum details. There are a total of 10 horses that border the red and green center. Encircling the horses are a batch of random numbers, made for additional odds. Manufactured by Fun Services. There are multiple indications of wear throughout. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00

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542 - 5¢ BALLY BIG INNING PINBALL ARCADE MACHINE. 72”T x 32”W x 48”D. The nicely detailed cabinet is painted in shades of brown and is accented by illustrations of baseballs, with minimal wear throughout. Five cents allows up to 4 minutes of play time or until players receive 3 strikes. Automatic pitching with player controlling the bat by the press of a lever. This version of the game allows for only one player. This game has an overall charming appearance. With light-up display and minor wear to the back glass. Three keys are provided. Circa 1959. (Very Good). 8,000.00 - 14,000.00

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543 - 25¢ WILLIAMS DELUXE OFFICIAL BASEBALL ARCADE GAME 70”T. x 28”W. x 65”D. This electro-mechanical game was manufactured by Williams in 1960. The front and sides of the cabinet have typical scratches and wear, however the reverse glass graphics are immaculate. Inside are instructions and a wiring diagram from Williams. Plays well. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

544 - 10¢ WILLIAMS SHORT-STOP ARCADE GAME 74-1/2”T. x 25-1/2”W. x 65”D. This electro-mechanical game was manufactured by Williams between 1944 and 1958. This machine may have some typical aging on its wood cabinet graphics, but the reverse glass graphics, play field, and pinball arena are all in beautiful unrestored condition. Plays great. No keys are included. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

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545 - 1¢ SHAKE WITH UNCLE SAM GRIP TEST MACHINE. 18”D x 18”W x 77”T. Beautifully restored older reproduction Uncle Sam with dark stained wood base and saturated patriotic colors throughout the castings. Players test their grip strength with results varying from 0 to 380. Includes key. (Excellent). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00

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546 - 5¢ NATIONAL NOVELTY K.O. FIGHTERS BOXING ARCADE GAME. 21-1/2”D x 40-1/2”W x 71-1/2”T. The first interactive boxing game of its kind, the K.O. Fighters offered players the chance to participate in boxing matches of their own. On either side of the cabinet are two pistols which control their respective boxer figure. Players would deposit a nickel into their pistol to reset their figure and would maneuver the pistol and use the triggers to control their boxer’s arms. Players aim to strike the pin on the face of the opposing boxer to effectively knock the player out and win the round. A moderate amount of paint loss is evident on both boxer figures from the many years of use. With the original background crowd cheering on the players and an 118” electrical cord to power the interior light. In working order. Circa 1928. One key for the cash box is provided. (Very Good). 6,000.00 - 10,000.00

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547 - 10¢, 25¢ WILLIAMS HOLLYWOOD DRIVING RANGE GOLF ARCADE GAME. 51”D x 29”W x 66”T. This entertaining golf arcade game was made by William’s Electronic Manufacturing Corp. in 1965. The back glass panel is bright and colorful, with minor peeling inside the words “Hollywood Driving Range”. The cabinet is in very nice condition with only minor evidence of wear. In working order. One key is included. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 548 - 1¢ MEDINA SPIROMETER STRENGTH TESTER. 13-1/2”D x 16”W x 68”T. Medina Manufacturing of New York made these combination shocker and lung tester machines around 1911. This particular one is affixed to an older, re-manufactured oak stand with lovely carved detailing and decorative cast feet. The spirometer itself features egg & dart molding and a clear beveled glass window where participants can see their strength measured. The replacement upper marquee displays a hand-lettered card. A small chip is present on the back left side of the cabinet and does not detract from the presence of the piece. In working order. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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549 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY LOVE TESTER ARCADE MACHINE. 83-1/2”T. x 23”W. x 18”D. This often copied machine was manufactured by the Exhibit Supply Company in the early 1930’s. The player drops a penny in the slot and squeezes the handle as hard as possible and a light will show their result. It has an oak cabinet, glass front, and a cast iron on wood marquee. It has a frayed 72” power cord and includes 6 keys. (Good - Very Good). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

550 - 25¢ CHICAGO COIN’S ALL STARS BASEBALL ARCADE GAME. 57”D x 28-1/2”W x 68”T. Back in 1968 Chicago Coin Machine Co. unveiled their new 2-player baseball arcade game with new “Pitcher Control” feature. Players use the left three buttons, or “Pitcher Control”, to select which pitch they’d like (straight, curve, or slider) and then press the large button on the right to pitch. This fun game appears to be in original condition and shows age and use-related wear throughout. It lights up and plays. Six keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

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551 - 1¢ KEEP EM BOMBING GAME. 21-1/4”T. x 12-1/2”W. x 10-1/2”D. Runyan Sales manufactured this countertop game in 1942, the early years of WWII. Also known as “Smack A Jap,” the player is capable of loading 1 to 25 pennies at a time and dropping them with the Bombs Away button. The cabinet and pin field are painted wood with caricatures of Japanese soldiers under bomb filled skies. There are minor scratches and paint loss on the cabinet while the pin field remains in very good condition. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 800.00 - 2,000.00 552 - BUCKLEY CRISS CROSS ELECTRONIC POINTMAKER TABLETOP MACHINE. 24”T x 15”W x 16”D. This electronic machine has the appearance of a slot machine but neither accepts coins nor pays out. Produced by Buckley Manufacturing Co. in 1956. This machine has a unique electrical cord and was not tested at the time of inspection due to the many different wires. It is missing the wall box. Includes 1 key. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 553 - 10¢ BAKER NOVELTY KICKER & CATCHER ARCADE GAME. 12”D x 19”W x 52”T. Baker Novelty Co. created this football themed game in 1935. The player turns right knob to make the kicker figure kick the ball through the pin field to the catcher figure, which can be moved by turning the left knob. With wood veneered cabinet and metal stand. The cabinet is chipped down the seam on the right side and a divot has been chipped into the glass near the catcher figure. In working order. Without keys. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00

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554 - LOT OF 2: 5¢ PITCH EM’ & BAT EM’ ARCADE MACHINES. 64-3/4”T x 26-1/2”W x 54-1/2”D Scientific Machine Corp. released this baseball arcade game in 1948. In its prime, this game offered players 15 pitches to score and could be played by either one or two players. Players could select from one of three different pitches and utilized the manual lever, allowing them complete control on how hard or softly they hit the ball. Included here are two machines in slightly different styles and conditions, best used for parts or restoration though one was functional in recent history. Both are in original condition with the top box and backglass. Noticeably aged with time, the wood paneling has visible wear throughout as well as on the metal sheet displays and the light up marquee is missing its glass. (Fair). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 LOT - 554

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555 - 1¢ ACA SKI-DOO PINBALL MACHINE. 9”T x 17-1/2”W x 37”D. Though it was manufactured in 1932 by Amusement Corp of America, it is still in very good condition with minor signs of aging. An older form of pin ball, it is a counter top game of skill. One cent gives a player seven balls. Features dark wood paneling all around, with a colorful interior design which displays the points that can possibly be obtained. One key is provided. (Very Good). 600.00 - 1,200.00 556 - 5¢ A.B.T. U.S. MARSHALL SHOOTING GALLERY ARCADE GAME. 32”D x 14-1/2”W x 52-1/2”T. A.B.T. Manufacturing produced this game from 1950-1959. Players aim to shoot targets and receive a grade that ranks their shooting ability. The Kelly green cabinet shows wear and some flaking to the paint. In working condition. One key is provided. (Good). 600.00 - 1,500.00 LOT - 555 557 - 1¢ MILLS “WIZARD” FORTUNE TELLER AMUSEMENT MACHINE. 16-1/2”T x 14”W x 5-1/2”D. Mills Novelty made this dial based fortune teller in 1904. The paper and cardboard elements are stained and have some damage. The rear door is a replacement. It looks like there was a top sign that is no longer present. Not completely operational as this is in need of repairing. One key is included. (Good - Very Good). 600.00 - 1,000.00 558 - 25¢ GENCO HOROSCOPE FORTUNE TELLER ARCADE GAME. 23”D x 23-1/2”W x 80”T. For a quarter curious patrons can have their fortune told or receive a horoscope. Either turn the knob on the front to the zodiac sign of your choosing and deposit a coin into the left coin slot to animate the fortune teller and receive a horoscope, or deposit a coin into the right coin slot and speak a yes or no question directly into the Vibra-Phone for the crystal ball to reveal your answer. The orange and blue cabinet shows wear, however, the device functions well. Four keys are provided. Circa 1957. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 561 559 - **1¢ GROETCHEN TURF FLASH HORSE RACING GAME. 12-1/4”D x 17”W x 17”T. This interesting game, produced by Groetchen from 1935-1936, allows users to place up to 30 bets in addition to spinning the reels and receiving a ball of gum. Wear is present throughout the cabinet and the castings. Plays nicely. Two keys are provided. (Good). 500.00 - 1,200.00 560 - 50¢ SWAMI FORTUNE TELLER AMUSEMENT MACHINE. 27”D x 27”W x 81”T. Large modern floor model fortune teller features a life sized swami figure who answers players when their questions are spoken to him. The honey oak cabinet rests upon casters for ease of movement. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00 561 - DETROIT AUTOMATIC SCALE CO. STIMPSON NO. 40 SCALE. 14”T x 14”W x 5-1/2”D. Manufactured in the early 1900’s and exhibiting a lovely restoration. It has been repainted a dark maroon with brass details to match the brass weighing pan(2-1/2”T x 10”W x 7”D.). It can weigh up to 2lbs and is made of nonferrous metal with a clear glass window, showing the interior weight. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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562 - 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY DROP CARD VIEWER. 17”D x 20”W x 36”T. This drop card viewer, produced by Mills Novelty Co. around the turn of the 20th Century, features the original finish to the oak cabinet, as well as the original plating to the castings. Repairs have been made to a large crack that ran through the top of the cabinet. No keys are provided. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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563 - 1¢ MUNVES BAT-A-BALL ARCADE GAME. 23”T x 16”W x 7-1/2”D. Counter top arcade game with a honey oak cabinet and cast aluminum elements. Players utilize the left lever to catch the ball and right lever to bat the ball. The playing field depicts a rendering of a baseball team playing on the field in front of a full crowd. Slight wear but the paint is still bright and colorful. Manufactured by Mike Munves Mfg. Corp in 1946. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 400.00 - 900.00

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564 - 10¢ AUTOMATIC INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE VIEWER. 16-1/2”T x 8”W x 18-1/4”D. This dropcard viewer is different from its floor model counterparts as it is made for resting atop a counter. The sheet metal body is painted in red and black and is accented by black flowers and a cast iron marquee. For 10¢ patrons could view “Real Movies!” as proclaimed by the marquee. The inner card reel spins automatically upon depositing a dime into the coin slot. Showing wear throughout. In working condition. Two keys are provided. Circa 1920’s. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

565 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. THE VITALIZER AMUSEMENT MACHINE. 24”D x 20”W x 76-1/2”T. Patrons stand upon the metal platform and deposit a nickel into the coin slide. The platform then begins to vibrate with “no electricity” as the front casting implies. These machines, intended to relieve “tired aching feet”, were made in 1939 by the Exhibit Supply Co. With a new lock and key. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 1,200.00 566 - 1¢ WATLING FORTUNE SCALE. 26”D x 17”W x 66”T. Floor model scale having a green cabinet and pale yellow porcelain enamel top with mirrored marquee and front panel. Turn the knob to select which question you’d like answered, drop in a penny, and step on the scale. Includes four keys. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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567 - 10¢ MECHANICAL CIGAR VENDOR. 9”T x 6”W x 15-1/2”W. Coin operated cigar vending machine made of tin, colored in cornflower blue with original gold stenciling. On opposite sides, it reads “Cigars” with the front panel reading “Put Dime In Slot Push Lever Way Down.” Machine is worn throughout and peppered with oxidation. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 568 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ PETITE BREATH PELLET VENDOR AND ATLAS BETTY BARKER GUMBALL MACHINES. Largest 11”T x 7-1/2”Dia. Including 1- Breath pellet vending machine with an unknown manufacturer but the most obvious feature is its simple design with its sleek aluminum metal body. No keys are provided. 10”T x 5”W x 6-1/2”D. 1- Gumball vendor manufactured by Atlas, front reads “Betty Barker Double Play” on the peeling decal. With a 14-sided glass cylinder. Two keys are provided. 11”T x 7-1/2”Dia. Both machines exhibit signs of wear throughout. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 569 - WOODEN “OH BOYS” ZENO CHEWING GUM VENDOR. 16”T x 10”W x 9”D. This is a late 19th century to early 20th century Zeno gum dispenser. It is made of wood with cast iron features and is missing the cast iron coin slot. The paper decal reads “’Got Em’ All Skinned’ All Different Flavors And It Sure Is Good. ‘I Chewit All The Time.’” The little window showcases the available product and the “Drop One Cent” marquee displays an amateur restoration. Wear throughout with damage to the back door. With two keys. (Good). 400.00 - 700.00 208

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570 - 1¢, 15¢ ROWE CIGARETTE VENDOR. 12”D x 17-1/2”W x 34”T. This interesting cigarette vendor features 7 columns for product, each with their own coin slots. Gun metal grey cabinet accented with gold and green and a decorative marquee. Circa 1928. With two keys. (Restored). 400.00 - 800.00 571 - 1¢ NORRIS MFG. THE MASTER GUMBALL MACHINE. 16”T x 8”W x 8”D. Rectangular red sheet metal cabinet with cast aluminum front, black top, and clear globe filled with desiccated Chiclet gum. Serial No.B31971. Circa 1920’s. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00 572 - LOT OF 2: GUMBALL AND PEANUT VENDORS. Largest 15-1/2”T x 6-1/2”T x 6-1/2”W. This lot is comprised of two restored vendors. 1-Oak Mfg. gumball machine with chocolate brown base and top. The front decal reads “Fresh 5¢”. Serial No. P21862. 13-1/2”T x 6-1/2”W x 6-1/2”D. 1- 5¢ A&A peanut vendor displaying Coca-Cola decals on both the white base and clear glass globe. 15-1/2”T x 6-1/2”T x 6-1/2”W. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 573 - 1¢ LITTLE NUT VENDOR CO. NUT HOUSE VENDING MACHINE. 8-1/2”T. This countertop nut vendor is shaped like a house, the roof advertising for “Nut House Rates 1¢”. This machine has been repainted and shows repair as well as a missing section from one of the roof’s rear corners. Made by the Little Nut Vendor Co. of Lansing, Michigan circa 1935. (Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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574 - 1¢ ZENO CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 16-1/2”T x 7”W x 6”D. Vibrant yellow porcelain enamel cabinet with black lettering that reads: “Drop One Gent Here Buy Zeno Package Gum From Dealers”. Some chipping to the enamel and fading of paint is evident to the front and along the edges. Circa 1901. No keys are provided. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 575 - 1¢ COLUMBUS MODEL 21 PEANUT VENDING MACHINE. 15”T. This vendor sports a mint green base and top with an octagonal glass globe. “Delicious Goodies Nutritious and Healthful 1¢”. This model features the lamp attachment but lacks the shade. With original locks and no keys. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00 576 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ KING JR. AND STAR BALL GUM VENDORS. Largest 13”T x 6-3/4”W x 8-1/2”D. Lot of two gum vendors including: 1- King Jr. with a metallic aqua base and top with clear glass globe. Also known as the “Professional Vender” it was manufactured by Automatic Games in the the 1940’s. In good condition with minimal signs of wear. One key is provided. 10”T x 6”W x 6”D. 1- Star ball gum vendor with rectangular cast body and clear glass globe. Some wear is present throughout. One key is provided. 13”T x 6-3/4”W x 8-1/2”D. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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578 - 1¢ NORRIS MFG. THE MASTER VENDING MACHINE. 16”T x 8”W x 8”D. This nut vendor sports a fire engine red body with black base and top and rectangular glass globe. Currently filled with pistachios. Circa 1932. One key for the cash box is provided. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 579 - MODEL 333 NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. 16”D x 17-1/2”W x 21”T. Nickel-plated, 21-key Model 333 National Cash Register with “Amount Purchased” marquee. Features the lovely “Dolphin” pattern and white stone coin shelf. Without keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00 580 - BRASS MODEL 313 NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. 20-1/2”T x 10”W x 16”D. This cash register was manufactured by the National Cash Register Co. in 1913. Its custom “Dolphin” design by Tiffany Jewelers, NY., makes this piece one of the most classic of its time. It sports a copper finish with a marble coin shelf. There are 6 slots for currency within the cash drawer. The numbers are set behind glass with a “25¢ Haircut And Shave” marquee. In working condition. Without keys. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 581 - WOODEN SIMPLEX CASH REGISTER. 16”T x 18”W x 15”D. Constructed of wood with the values set behind glass. The silver marquee reads “Simplex Cash Register. Your Purchase Is”. The bottom drawer remains locked while the top drawer contains wooden beads, similar to that of an abacus. No keys are provided. The register displays a moderate amount of wear throughout, commensurate with use and age. Circa 1880’s. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00

577 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ REGAL AND COLUMBUS PEANUT VENDING MACHINES. Largest 12-1/2”T x 7”Dia. This lot of two consists of 1- Regal cast iron vendor with red and black crackle finish. In very good condition. Decal on the globe reads “Delicious Confections” with an ambassador tag on the silver flap. One key is provided. 12”T x 7”W x 7”D. 1- Columbus peanut vendor with red Art Deco inspired base and octagonal glass globe. With Columbus logo on the back. Some wear throughout. Two keys are provided. 12-1/2”T x 7”Dia. (Good-Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00 www.MorphyAuctions.com | October 21, 2017

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582 - MULTI-COIN WURLITZER MODEL 1015 JUKEBOX. 60”T x 32”W x 24”D. Known as the most classic jukebox of all time, “The Bubbler” was in high demand after the second World War. With wood paneling and 3 horizontal rows of mirrored tiles stretched across the sides. Additionally, the bubbling lights that border this machine illuminate when a record plays. The glass window proclaims “America’s Favorite Nickels Worth Of Fun.” The interior resembles a theatrical stage with musical notes. Includes a 24 song selection from Willie Nelson to Bing Crosby. Condition is good, wear is evident along the bottom. Circa 1946. One key is provided and comes with extra Buss Fuses. (Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00 583 - PATHE CONCERT AUTOMATIQUE COIN OP PHONOGRAPH. Total 86”T x 21-1/2”W x 21”D. This phonograph features a beautiful oak cabinet which retains its original finish and tambour door. With a two spring wind-up motor, concert automatic reproducer, and the original horn. The horn has been repainted in off-white and crimson and features a 26” bell. The mechanism of the phonograph works well. With the original lid key, Pathe record duster, coins, needles, and a box of Pathe records. An absolutely wonderful piece. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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584 - EDISON TRIUMPH PHONOGRAPH MODEL D. 14”T x 21”W” x 12-1/2”D. Stunning Edison Triumph Model D phonograph with the original 21-1/2” wooden horn and refinished tiger oak cabinet featuring a new Edison decal. Serial No.75094. This device displays an “O” reproducer and three-spring Triton motor. It is able to play both 2 and 4 minute cylinders. Also included in this lot are 30 Edison 2-minute cylinder records with their original boxes as well as 2 Edison reproduction cylinder records. (Excellent). 900.00 - 1,500.00

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585 - EUROPEAN COIN-OPERATED PHONOGRAPH. 10”W x 17-3/4”D x 17-3/4”T. Visually stunning phonograph with dark stained oak cabinet and beautifully painted blue metal horn with 20” bell. With German wind-up spring motor and the original reproducer. This phonograph winds up, runs with a working coin mechanism, and shuts off automatically. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,500.00 586 - MODERNOLA CONSOLE PHONOGRAPH WITH LAMP. 46”T x 22”D. The refinished walnut cabinet shows beautifully detailed carved legs with a full set of original record albums kept inside its doors. This phonograph winds up and plays with its original reproducer. This phonograph is crowned with a lovely lamp with period appropriate metal fringed leaded glass shade. (Good). 750.00 - 2,000.00

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587 - ARETINO DISC PHONOGRAPH. 6”W x 12”D x 12”T. With lovely oak cabinet and the original, vibrant green and gold painted horn. The wind-up spring mechanism plays 10” 78RPM records with 3” diameter center hole. It features the rebuilt original reproducer and includes 11 Aretino records. The left side of the case shows an 8-1/2” crack. (Excellent). 500.00 - 800.00

588 - LOT OF 10: EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORDS. Each 4-1/2”T. Each of these records are kept in their original tubes and include Nos 29048-29057. The label on the lid of 29052 may be a facsimile. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 589 - LOT OF 10: EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORD. Each 4-1/2”T. Each of these records are kept in their original tubes and include Nos 29058-29067. The label on the lid of 29060 is handwritten and may be a facsimile. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 590 - LOT OF 9: EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORDS. Each 4-1/2”T. This lot includes records- 29068 through 29076, kept in their original boxes. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00

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591 - LOT OF 40: 4 MINUTE EDISON BLUE AMBEROL CONCERT SERIES CYLINDER RECORDS. Each 4-1/2”T. This lot of Amberol cylinders are kept in their original boxes, however, nine are without lids. Records include: 28201, 28203, 28205, 28208, 28210, 28215, 28217, 28220, 28224, 28227, 28230, 28231, 28232, 28239, 28241-28243, 28245, 28248, 28249, 28251, 28252, 28255, 28256, 28258, 28262, 28267-28270, 28272, 28277, 28279, 28281, 28283, 28285, 28287, 28288 and 28290. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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592 - FIGURAL POCKET WATCH DISPLAY. 7”D x 7”W x 15”T. Interesting pocket watch display made of metal and painted gold. Features a crane with a serpent in its mouth, perched atop a crooked branch on a base with three cloven hooves. There is an unmarked pocket watch, hanging just below the crane. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 593 593 - GIANT GOLD LOCK DISPLAY TRADE SIGN. 36”T x 18”W x 4”D. Has one single eyelet, made to be used as a hanging display. Made of iron and colored in gold with a black painted keyhole down the center. Has visible wear throughout, with torn pieces seen along the top of the lock. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 LOT - 596

LOT - 595 594 - THE MINIATURE WOODEN WAGON WHEEL. 23”T x 38”W x 17-1/2”D. Once colored in dark green, the collector can still see the yellow paint with the red inscription at the center. It has cast iron wheels with the larger wheel, 20 inches in diameter and the smaller wheel, 14 inches in diameter. This wagon wheel is in fair condition with visible paint loss. (Fair). 200.00 - 400.00 595 - TEAL BLUE WINDOWED FOOD DISPLAY. 14-1/2”T x 11”W x 13”D. Made of iron, this display has 3 clear plastic windows- perfect for exhibiting fresh, out the oven nourishment or a bag of chips . It’s colored in teal blue, with “Property Of United Pretzel & Cone Co.” stenciled on the back. There are two openings, one at the top and a smaller one from the back. There is paint loss throughout with erosion along the the edges of the base and the top. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00 212

596 - LOT OF 16: REDDY KILLOWATT ITEMS. Largest 7-1/4”D x 7-1/4”W x 4-3/4”T. This lot of 16 includes: 1- set of 4 glass tumblers with Reddy Killowatt etched design, 7-1/4”W x 7-1/4”D x 4-3/4”T box; 1- Reddy Killowatt plush character, 8-1/2”T; 1- ERTL replica 1940 Ford Pickup Truck with Georgia Power decal, 3”W x 7-1/2”L; 2- Glass ashtrays with Reddy Killowatt decals, 4-1/2”D; 1- Carved wood printing block stamp, 3”T x 4”W; 1- Florida Power Company card, 2-1/2”T x 3-3/4”W; 1- Reddy Killowatt slide puzzle game, 3”W x 3-1/2”T; 1- Ohio Edison slim folding pocket knife, 2”W; 1- Philadelphia Electric Company card, 2-1/2”T x 3-3/4”W; 1“Magnepad” magnetic pot holder, 6”D x 6”W; 1- Little Octopus suction cup soap holder, 2-3/4”D; 1- White and red Reddy Killowatt oven mitt, 6”W x 10”T. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00

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LOT - 599

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LOT - 601

597 - LOT OF 3: REDDY KILLOWATT SIGNS. Largest 12”T x 40”W. This lot of 3 includes: 1- Single-sided cardboard sign in blue with Reddy Killowatt character, 12”T x 40”W; 1- Single-sided cardboard sign in yellow with Reddy Killowatt. Sign is on a foam board and wrapped in plastic, 9”T x 28”W; 1- Single-sided cardboard sign in white with tears in three of the four corners as well as a tear along the bottom side and spots of discoloration throughout. 14”T x 22”W. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00 598 - LOT OF 46: REDDY KILLOWATT ITEMS. Largest 11”T x 21”W. This lot is comprised of an assortment of Reddy Killowatt items including patches, pin-back buttons, stickers, signs, and more. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00 599 - COOK ELECTRICALLY REDDY KILLOWATT CLOCK. 15-1/2”D. This clock has a clear glass dome over a green background with the character Reddy Killowatt dressed in a chef’s hat and apron. (Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00 600 - REDDY KILLOWATT CLOCK. 17”Dia. Off-white plastic clock with clear plastic cover. Featured on the center is Reddy Kilowatt with his arms acting as the hands of the clock. There are some cracks near the midpoint of the clear plastic. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00 601 - LOT OF 3: POWER & LIGHT ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest 8”T x 13-1/2”W. This lot is comprised of 1- single-sided Arizona Public Service Company sign. Oval in shape and red in color, featuring the Reddy Killowatt character. Crazing and oxidation throughout. 8”T x 13-1/2”W; 1Single-sided porcelain enamel Missouri Power & Light Service sign. Oval in shape with blue, white, and black enamel. Some slight chipping and oxidation around the edges. 7”T x 15”W; 1- Single-sided underground cable warning sign with Reddy Killowatt. Showing some flaking and oxidation. 4”W x 12”T. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00

LOT - 602

602 - TEXAS ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY ADVERTISEMENT. 30”Dia. This circular porcelain sign coated in a shade of jade green color and dark green border, highlights a comical Reddy Kilowatt exiting an electrical outlet. In excellent condition with only a few visible signs of wear along the edges. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 604

LOT - 605

LOT - 606

603 - ELECTRIC SERVICE ADVERTISEMENT. 12”T x 48”W. This is a porcelain sign displaying “Texas Electric Service Company” and Reddy Kilowatt. It is in very good condition with only minor signs of tarnishing along the edges and a visible paint chip near the top right corner. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 604 - IDAHO POWER COMPANY ADVERTISMENT. 24”T x 40”W. Single-side tin sign featuring Reddy Kilowatt on the left. Visible signs of wear on the center on the letter “P” as well as towards the base. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

LOT - 607

606 - ENJOY PEPSI: COLA BIGGER BETTER METAL SIGN. 22”T x 40”W. Single-sided embossed tin sign with wear and scratches. (Very Good). 400.00 - 700.00 607 - CAST IRON “JONES” IMPLEMENT SEAT. 13-1/2”D x 17”W x 3”T. Cast iron implement seat reads “JONES” on the back curve, “RAKE” near the nose of the seat and “D222” below that. Along the top of the back is stamped “The Plano Manufacturing Co., Chicago U.S.A.”. Nice patina throughout. Circa late 1800’s. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

605 - THE ALEXANDERS REDDY KILOWATT ADVERTISEMENT. 18”T x 30”W. This is a double-sided porcelain sign displaying Reddy Kilowatt and “The Alexanders Gold Medallion Farm It’s All Electric!” The advertisement shows minor signs of age throughout. Comes with bracket. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 609

LOT - 610

608 - CAST IRON “HOOSIER” IMPLEMENT SEAT. 14-1/2”D x 15-1/4”W x 3”T. Cast iron implement seat reads “HOOSIER” on the back curve and is stamped “254” on the underside. Nice patina throughout. Circa late 1800’s. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 609 - CAST IRON “BUDLONG” IMPLEMENT SEAT. 13”D x 17-1/4”W x 3”T. Cast iron implement seat reads “BUDLONG” on the back curve. Nice patina throughout. Circa late 1800’s. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 611

LOT - 612 610 - CAST IRON “BUCKEYE” IMPLEMENT SEAT. 15-1/4”D x 16-1/4”W x 4”T. Cast iron implement seat reads “BUCKEYE” on the back curve and “AKRON” near the nose of the seat. A weathered piece of black leather is woven between the spaces of the seat. Nice patina throughout. Circa late 1800’s. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 611 - ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY EMPLOYEE HAT. 9”Dia. Hat retains its original brass plaque on the front that reads “Adams Express Company”. The hat itself has some soiling, the inside leather band is loose with no indications on size. (Very Good Plus). 400.00 - 800.00 612 - COLOMBO FROZEN YOGURT NEON ADVERTISING SIGN. 24”T. Colombo frozen yogurt window sign with a strawberry logo outline. Features green, white and orange-red neon, manufactured by the Everbrite Electric Signs, Co. In working condition, complete with a transformer. (Good). 400.00 - 600.00 613 - REPRODUCTION MFA GASOLINE MOTOR OIL WITH LOGO PORCELAIN SIGN. 42”Dia. There are chips and wear on both sides of this double sided porcelain sign, but has very good color and gloss. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 614

LOT - 615

LOT - 616

614 - WM. PENN KING OF HAVANA CIGARS TIN ADVERTISEMENT. 26”T x 18-1/2”D. Painted tin sign of a man wearing 19th century clothing. The border is embossed and is partnered with a Victorian design. Near the center reads “Factory 268, Philadelphia.” Wear throughout with some scratches seen across the advertisement. (Good). 500.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 618 616 - LOT OF 2: TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest 8”T x 18-1/2”W. This lot of two is comprised of 1double-sided porcelain enamel flange sign of orange with blue and white lettering. “We Sell Horse Shoe Tobacco”. Crazing and chipping to enamel on both sides of the sign, with oxidation and corrosion to the flange bracket and on the sign’s edges. 8”T x 18-1/2”W; 1Single-sided porcelain enamel sign of blue and white advertising R.G. Sullivan’s Cigars. With chipping and oxidation along the edges. 3”T x 18”W. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

LOT - 617 615 - BLACK AMERICANA WOODEN NODDER WITH MUSIC BOX. 26”T x 8-1/2”W x 16”D. Early 20th century hand carved Black Americana nodder, made with extreme detail. From the tip of his hat to the polka dots on his tie to the tip of his shoes, from every wrinkle coming from his smile to the bags under his eyes. Dressed in hotel or railroad clerk clothing with large feet and sharp teeth. Has 4 small storage compartments with a flat tray. Once the music box is winded up and played, the clerks head nods. A magnificent piece and plays beautifully, with minimal wear. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,200.00

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617 - LOT OF 2: VINTAGE ADVERTISING THERMOMETERS. Largest 8”W x 39”T. This lot of two is comprised of: 1- Porcelain enamel Mail Pouch Tobacco thermometer. Chipping to the enamel is present around the upper and lower grommet holes, as well as oxidation along the edges, and white paint spots throughout. 8”W x 39”T; 1- Wooden plaque with glass thermometer painted in off-white with green and red images and lettering, advertising “Ramon’s Brownie Pills” and “Ramon’s Pink Pills”. Crazing is present throughout as well as discoloration. 8-3/4”W x 21”T. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00 618 - WEST PENN POWER ADVERTISING SIGN. 22-3/4”T x 30”W. This is a detailed porcelain sign with dynamic colors such as navy, bold red and a light yellow. It reads “Live Better Electrically”. In good condition but the edges have darkened and there is porcelain wear on the bottom right corner. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 620

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LOT - 623

619 - MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC ADVERTISEMENT. 21”T x 34”W. Single-sided porcelain sign, also reads “New England Electric System.” There is a vibrant color of yellow, coating most of the advertisement and does not show any visible signs of wear. (Excellent). 300.00 - 700.00 620 - ELECTRIC SERVICE ADVERTISEMENT. 18”T x 24”W. This is a double-sided tin sign, displaying Reddy Kilowatt and “Flameless Electric Heat Is Here” in colors of bold red, white and black. No signs of wear. Comes with bracket. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 621 - DOUBLE CIGAR HOLDERS. 8”T x 12”W x 8”D. This cigar holder is made of black nonferrous metal, holding two dark red die-cut chalices. The ashtray is the leaf that forms into a bowl and the small cup is made to hold matches. It has an all over Victorian design, with a somber and Gothic appearance. The chalices have a staggered edge being held by 3 sharp curved claws. The condition is fair with most of the wear seen the chalices. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 622 - LOT OF 5: WALL MOUNT MATCH STICK HOLDERS. Largest 8”T x 4-1/2”W. All made of cast iron, these wall mount matchstick holders are a perfect set. 1- is made to resemble a hanging scroll with leaves on top and reads “Chew Banner Fine Cut.” 8”T x 4-1/2”W; 1- has a filigree design with the rectangular container reading “Maas Baer & Co Clothiers.” 5”T x 3-1/4”W; 1- is square shaped with a half bucket that sticks out and reads “Coal and Coke.” 5”T x 4”W; 1- has more of an intricate Victorian all over design with a rectangular container. Pat. 1869. 5-1/4”T x 4”W; 1- is container with a rotating lid that reads “Dyeing & Lungstros Cleaning Co.” Above displays a telephone and reads “Ring Up.” 6-1/2”T x 3-1/4”W. This lot of 5 is in good condition with some signs of wear. (Fair-Good). 300.00 - 700.00

LOT - 624 623 - MINIATURE BILLIARDS MATCHSTICK CONTAINER. 3”T x 5”W x 3-1/2”D. This matchstick holder resembles a miniature billiards table, atop a grey natural stone plinth. The billiards table has two pool sticks and 3 ivory balls welded on top of a green fabric. The billiards table opens to a box, hold matchsticks and has a match stick striker. The fabric has a a couple of visible tears at the top and the interior shows signs of oxidation. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00 624 - FRAMED SILK CALIFORNIA REPUBLIC BEAR FLAG HANDKERCHIEF. 17-1/4”W x 18-1/4”T. Crisp silk bearing the design of the California state flag. A few brown spots are dotted throughout and faint crease lines can be seen running vertically and horizontally through the flag, 14-3/4”W x 15-1/2”T. The flag is set in an appropriate frame with acid-free backing. Circa early 1900’s. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 628

LOT - 625

LOT - 626

625 - HORSE HEAD CAST IRON HITCHING POST. 48”T x 14”Dia. In the 1800’s, up until the late 1950’s these cast iron hitching posts were bolted onto concrete around thousands of areas all over the USA and were made to prevent horses from running off. The horses and the posts started becoming a traffic hazard once automobiles were the best mode of transportation. Has a circular base, colonial column with the head of a horse mounted at the top. The horse has two barrings, welded on opposite sides of each other. Wear throughout. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 626 - HORSE HEAD CAST IRON HITCHING POST. 48”T x 14”Dia. In the 1800’s, up until the late 1950’s, these cast iron hitching posts were bolted onto concrete around thousands of areas all over the USA and were made to prevent horses from running off. The horses and the posts started becoming a traffic hazard once automobiles were the best mode of transportation. Has a circular base and colonial column with the head of a horse mounted at the top. The horse has two metal rings, welded on opposite sides of each other. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 627 - 1856 LAKE SHORE RAILROAD SUMMER ARRANGEMENT ADVERTISMENT. 8”W x 13-1/2”T. Framed paper advertising train routes from Buffalo, St. Louis, and others to multiple locations throughout the Mid-West. The reverse side of the advertisement shows the ticket fare prices. With clear glass on both sides so the paper can be easily seen and displayed. It is in absolutely exquisite condition with only a small spot of soiling near the upper left side and a thin slice through the train illustration. (Excellent). 300.00 - 400.00 218

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LOT - 630

628 - REMINGTON NO.12 TYPEWRITER. 14”D x 15”W x 11”T. This typewriter was introduced in 1922 that featured noise-reducing elements and a different style body to aid in keeping out dust and debris. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 629 - HAMMOND MULTIPLEX CLOSED IDEAL TYPEWRITER. 7-1/2”T x 13-1/2”W x 12-1/2”D. Showing the mechanical interior, this typewriter is only missing the front of its body. It is mostly made of cast iron which sits on top of a plush fabric base and comes with an oak case with latching locks on the side. Does not have the traditional QWERTY keyboard and all the keys are handwritten. Operates properly but needs a new ribbon. Wear throughout. Circa 1913. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 630 - ANTIQUE IVORY & LACE UMBRELLA. 27-1/2”L. The handle to the finial of the umbrella is ivory with a simple twist design. The canopy is ivory draped with black lace. A nice example with minimal wear. (Very Good Plus). 400.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 631

LOT - 632

631 - MID-CENTURY TELEPHONE OPERATING SYSTEM. 47”T x 18”W x 22-1/2”D. Manufactured by Western Electric, mid-century. This telephone switchboard operating system is in good condition with signs of minimal wear, mostly visible underneath the gold light lamp. Missing a single black peg. Includes a rotary telephone dial with a decal that reads “Telephone Travel Fast Electric Call Long Distance.” Beautiful dark veneer over wood paneling with gold features. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00 632 - BALL & BALL BRASS HONOR BOX. 5-1/4”D x 10-1/2”W x 7”T. Brass honor box with ball feet and handle. Drop in a coin and press the plunger to deposit the coin into the box. Circa 1800’s. One key is provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 633

633 - LOT OF 3: SOUTHWESTERN BEADED VEST ENSEMBLE. Largest: 18”W x 39”T. This lot of three is composed of 1- heavily beaded vest and black shirt on a torso display with faux silk lining and leather fringe, 18”W x 39”T; 1- Black leather belt with metal medallions, 40”. (Very Good). 500.00 - 800.00 634 - ANNIE OAKLEY PEN AND INK DRAWING. 12-1/2”W x 22-3/4”T. An unsigned pen and ink drawing of the famous cowgirl looking to her right, while resting her hand on her pistol. This Annie Oakley drawing is set behind glass in a wooden frame with chipping present along the edges. Circa 1905-1910. (Very Good). 450.00 - 650.00

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LOT - 638

LOT - 637

LOT - 639

LOT - 640

LOT - 641

636 - LOT OF 2: CERAMIC NATIVE AMERICAN JARS. 8”T x 4-1/2”W x 4-1/2”D. This lot of two consists of 1- heavy set Indian Chief, that appears to be smoking from a pipe and opens up from the top half of his body. His clothing is painted in a deep blue and yellow, with red accents. Minor wear to the enamel on the edges of the lid tops. 8”T x 4-1/2”W x 4-1/2”D; 1- is another Indian Chief that opens up from the top half of his body but his arms wrap around to form a bowl. Colored in sky blue with a colorful red and green headdress. 6”T x 4”W x 4”D. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 637 - NATIVE AMERICAN CHIEF BUFFALO POTTERY MILK PITCHER. 7-1/4”T x 7-1/2”W x 6-1/2”D. This milk pitcher has a die-cut top surface with an art deco design carved all around the base and two Native American chiefs painted on both sides. The whole is colored in a light pink shade with white, while the chiefs are colored in a teal blue. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 638 - LOT OF 2: NATIVE AMERICAN CHIEF MAJOLICA TOBACCO HUMIDORS. 8”T x 6”W x 5”D. This lot is made up of two Native American Chief Heads with a detachable headdress, which doubles as tobacco jar. Both humidors are made of a ceramic porcelain, glazed beautifully with an array of natural colors. The face of the Native Americans are so detailed, Circa 1900. 1- is numbered 31-6622. 1- is numbered 71-6627. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 635 635 - WOODEN CIGAR STORE INDIAN. 18-1/2”D x 27”W x 75”T. Carved wood statue of a Native American Indian Chief holding a bundle of cigars in one hand while he uses the other to shade his eyes. Painted in pastel hues, displaying a weathered appearance with cracks throughout. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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639 - LOT OF 5: CERAMIC BUFFALO COIN BANKS. Largest 2-1/4”D x 6-1/2”W x 3”T. This lot is comprised of 5 glazed ceramic coin banks. 1- Black and brown buffalo which is marked “EXPO 1901” and was intended for the Pan-American Exposition which was held in Buffalo, NY in 1901, 2-1/4”D x 6-1/2”W x 3”T; 1- Beige and dark brown without date stamp, 2-1/4”D x 6-1/2”W x 3”T; 1- Green and brown buffalo with slot on the base as opposed to the top as seen in the other figurines, 2”D x 6”W x 3”T; 1- Cool toned brown standing buffalo with foil Rosemeade decal. The base is stamped “Jamestown, N.D./ World’s Largest Buffalo”, 2”D x 5-1/2”W x 4”T; 1- Warm toned brown standing buffalo with “Rosemeade” stamped on the bottom and “Jamestown, N.D./ World’s Largest Buffalo” stamped on the base, 1-3/4”D x 5-1/2”W x 3-1/2”T. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 642

640 - LOT OF 3: INDIAN HEAD WALL POCKET BANKS. Largest 3”D x 4-1/2”W x 6-1/2”T. This lot consists of three wall-mount coin banks. Each are made from clay and are hollow, with small slits on the backs for depositing coins. 1- Indian squaw looking to the right with tri-colored headdress, 3”D x 4-1/2”W x 6-1/2”T; 1- Looking to the left with red and yellow colored headdress and startled facial expression, 1-3/4”D x 4-3/4”W x 5-1/2”T; 1- Looking to the right with red and yellow colored headdress and similarly stunned facial expression, 2”D x 4-3/4”W x 5-1/2”T. Each are in very nice condition, with only minor wear. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 641 - SCULPTURE OF TWO BRAWLING TIGERS. 13-1/2”T x 7”W x 9”D. A very nice sculpture, carved in extreme detail. Depicts two panthers fighting. One has its hind legs up, back facing the stone, while the other is biting the chest of the panther on the ground. Each characteristic is visible from the muscles of the their body to the claws on its paw to every curve on the rock. Signed “Lemoyne” on one side with “France” on the other. It is the color of bronze, but it has been cast in aluminum or pot metal. (Excellent). 300.00 - 800.00 642 - LARGE OIL ON CANVAS PAINTING OF MT. HOOD BY H.C. BEST. 40”T x 60”W. Beautiful depiction of Oregon’s Mt. Hood as painted by artist H. C. Best (1863-1936). This large canvas, measuring 30”T x 50”W, rests inside the original golden wood frame. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 643

643 - OIL ON CANVAS PORTRAIT OF STANDING NUDE WOMAN. 32”W x 44”T. Beautiful oil painting of a nude woman on a 24”W x 36”T canvas, set in an ornate golden frame. The surface of the painting shows craquelure throughout. Circa 1890-1900. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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Quality Collections Fresh to the Market.

Sunday Session

OCTOBER 22, 2017 Auction Starts at 9:00am PST LOTS: 700 - 1,344

Items Now On Preview Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 4:00pm PST Auction Day Preview Begins at 8:00am PST ∙ 2 3% BUYER’ S PRE MIUM ∙

Auctioneers: Aidan Heining Shaye Krispine Dan Morphy

Division Consultants: Don Grimmer

Coin-Op & Gambling Consultant

Jon Torrence

Director of Coin-Op & Gambling

Chris Hall

General Antiques & Advertising Consultant

Gary Metz

Coca-Cola & Soda Pop Advertising Consultant

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LOT - 700

700 - **5¢, 25¢ BALLY DOUBLE BELL CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 16”D x 20”W x 61-/12”T. This fabulous, all original, multi-coin three-reel slot machine features a royal blue console and cabinet with Art Deco detailing adorned with four-point stars and eagle designs. This machine can be operated by playing coins in either or both of the sides and plays smoothly. It was the first multi-coin slot machine produced by Bally. A very rare machine with the original base. Circa 1938. Four keys are included. (Very Good - Excellent). 4,000.00 - 8,000.00

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LOT - 701

701 - **5¢ MILLS DEWEY JACKPOT MUSICAL FLOOR WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 26”W x 14”D x 67”T. In working condition, this upright machine is housed in a lovely wood cabinet and features an original colorful tin litho wheel, claw feet, a six-way coin head, bright nickel plating, and highly restored mechanism without music. The glass front, music casting, and brass Mills marquee are replacements. Includes two keys. Circa 1902. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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LOT - 702

702 - **5¢ MILLS THE DEWEY UPRIGHT FLOOR WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 20”D x 30”W x 65”T. A fine floor model single wheel slot machine with dark stained oak cabinet and nickel plated fixtures. With a six-way coin head that offers players multiple chances to win a payout. The original tin litho wheel shows wear. With replacement glue chip glass and original mechanism housed in an Albert Pick cabinet. Plays well. Three keys are provided. Circa early 1900’s. (Excellent). 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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LOT - 703

703 - **RARE 5¢ CHARLES FEY SILVER CUP COUNTER WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 13”D x 13”W x 19”T. A fine example of this exceedingly rare, multi-way countertop slot machine, to the best of our knowledge, one of less than a handful that are known to still exist today. When the colors of the two spinning wheels match, players would win a sum of money. This device features clean and beautiful re-plated castings of filigree and muses holding the titular silver cup. Minor flaking is evident on the original tin litho color wheels. Circa 1907. One key is provided. (Excellent). 30,000.00 - 50,000.00

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LOT - 704

704 - **5¢ CHARLES FEY LIBERTY BELL SLOT MACHINE. To most collectors this particular machine would be the pinnacle of their collection! Regarded by most collectors, this was truly the very first payout machine but to clarify there were other payout machines prior to the creation of this machine but none as complicated as this example. In actuality this was the first three wheel or dial payout machine, created by Charles Fey around 1898. It features a black sheet metal and brass cabinet with titular Liberty Bell emblems on either side of the body. The original mint reels offer simple designs of the four playing card suits with the addition of a bell. The award card is original as well, with tax stamp and Charles Fey tokens. Play a nickel or one of the five cent Charles Fey trade checks or tokens provided to spin the reels and determine your payout. All original locks with one key. Very few of these are known to exist with this being the most stunning example, this is a museum quality piece. (Excellent). 150,000.00 - 250,000.00

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LOT - 705

705 - SLOT MACHINE DISPLAY CABINET. 29”D x 29”W x 77”T. Tall display cabinet constructed of beautiful quarter sawn oak and beveled glass with claw feet. Resting atop the display cabinet is a separate, removable marquee, also composed of oak, with interchangeable signage that reads “The First Slot Machine 1907” as it previously housed a Fey Liberty Bell. Includes three keys. Liberty Bell not included. (Excellent). 4,000.00 - 7,000.00

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706 - **RARE 5¢, 25¢, 50¢ CAILLE BROS. ECLIPSE TRIPLET MUSICAL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 19”D x 72”W x 66-1/2”T. Hands-down one of the most sought after machines for collectors. This exceedingly rare floor model upright features three separate machines housed in one beautiful oak cabinet. The finish of the triple cabinet is smooth and the beauty of the tiger oak is enhanced by dentil and egg & dart molding, carved bead trim, floral motifs, and intricate nickel-plated castings. From the coin heads to the feet, each of the castings exhibit beautiful detail in a way only Caille could curate. Each of the tin litho wheels display excellent color, with minimal evidence of wear. In working order, this machine plays, pays, and has functional music. Circa 1900-1909. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 400,000.00 - 600,000.00

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707 - **5¢ BANNER NOVELTY NIAGRA MUSICAL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 64”T x 28”W x 16”D. This upright slot machine is in excellent condition with minimal signs of wear. It features dark tiger oak with cast iron details such as the legs and elaborate displays. The interior contains a mint tin litho wheel with a possibly replaced glass and a depiction of Niagara Falls at the center. After inserting a nickel and once the wheel has spun, there is a music box underneath that automatically plays “My Country ‘Tis Of Thee”. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 15,000.00 - 20,000.00

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708 - **50¢ JENNINGS SUPER DELUXE CLUB CHIEF CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 18”D x 23”W x 60”T. An unrestored original with a chromed front with lighted panels. This device bears the original plating as well as the original reel strips and plastics. With original manufacturer’s tag on the inside of the cabinet with serial number that matches the one found on the mechanism. The wood console shows some wear and bears State of Montana decals from 1948-1950 alongside the O.D. Jennings decal. Plays well and illuminates. Circa 1946. Three keys are provided. (Very Good). 2,500.00 - 3,500.00 709 - **5¢ VENDET MFG. CO. MIDGET SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2”T x 8”W x 10”D. This two-reel countertop machine shows dice on the replacement reels with a central front jackpot. A very nice machine in working condition with an older restoration, replacement award card as well as replacement back door and lock. These machines were made between 1931 and 1939. Includes one key. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

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710 - **RECREATION $1 O.D. JENNINGS PROSPECTOR CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 19”W x 15”D x 60”T. This device is a fantasy recreation as the Golden Nugget never had any Prospectors made for its establishment. The original wood of the console cabinet shows a good finish overall with some scratches and wear. The wiring harness has been replaced. In working order. Includes two keys. Circa 1948. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

711 - **1¢ JENNINGS LITTLE DUKE SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 16-1/2”W x 11-1/2”D. This slot machine is known for its unusual 3 reel slot and double jackpot. Instead of vertical rotating strips, it contains three forward facing discs that rotate clockwise. It is in original, un-restored condition, with noticeable indications of age throughout. But the bright colors painted along the aluminum front, make this slot machine appear fun. This machine requires maintenance to become fully operational. One key is provided. (Good). 1,200.00 - 2,000.00 712 - **5¢ WATLING BLUE SEAL TWIN JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 24”T. Gooseneck bell slot machine features twin jackpot banks and beautifully detailed front castings. An older restoration with original paper cards, tin reel strips, and back door. Plays well. Circa 1929. Two keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 713 - **10¢ MILLS BONUS BELL SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 15-1/2”W x 15”D. A fun slot machine where players could win an extra jackpot if all letters of “BONUS” are acquired. Repainted in gold and olive green. There are no keys with the back panel off due to damaged lock. There is minor crazing along the edges of the reel windows but overall, nice appearance. Machine works well but the “BONUS” attachment is out of sequence. Paint loss seen on the back. Circa 1948. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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714 - **5¢ MILLS EXTRAORDINARY SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 22”W x 30”T. Art Deco style machine with nice wood cabinet and green front casting accented by gold detailing. Also known as the Mills Page Boy Extraordinaire, this cut-off console has a nice original finish and paint on the castings. Produced by the Mills Novelty Co. from 1933-1935. Plays nicely, pays handsomely. Without keys. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 715 - **5¢ CAILLE SILENT SPHINX SLOT MACHINE. 13”D x 16”W x 24”T. This beautiful machine features nickel-plated castings, with a replacement award card and the original back door. What is interesting about this machine is that it is a factory conversion of a four-reel Sphinx to a three-reel jackpot. A peculiar piece to add to your collection. In working order. Circa 1931-1933. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 716 - **5¢ JENNINGS CLUB SPECIAL SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 27”T. This nicely restored device features a blue and red front casting with emblems of athletes on either side of the jackpot bank. Featuring the original cash box, back door, and reel strips, with a replacement award card. Works well. Circa 1935. One key is provided. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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717 - **10¢ MILLS HI-TOP SLOT MACHINE. 16-1/2”W x 15”D x 26-1/2”T. The Hi-Top was the best known slot machine configuration in the world in the 1950’s and 60’s. This example is painted a vibrant red and blue. In working condition, this machine plays and pays. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 718 - **REPRODUCTION 5¢ MILLS HIGH TOP GOLDEN NUGGET SLOT MACHINE. 16”W x 15”D x 26-1/2”T. In good working condition, this three reel machine plays and pays with hand-load jackpot. Featuring Golden Nugget award card and reels with green, gold, and red color to the front casting. This original Hi-Top has been converted to a Golden Nugget. Includes three keys. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,500.00 719 - **1¢ MILLS QT CHEVRON SLOT MACHINE. 16-1/2”T x 12”W x 14”D. This is a nice, restored slot machine, painted with an inviting bright orange with silver and blue accents. It does not contain a coin box. It features a 3 reel miniature bell and a black wooden base. Other names include Hash Marks, V, Diamond, and Triangle. Circa 1934. Two keys are provided. In working condition. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,500.00

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720 - **10¢ PACE ALL STAR COMET SLOT MACHINE. 24-1/2”T x 16”W x 15”D. This slot machine, also known as “Stars and Stripes”, features a dynamic duo of blue and yellow coloring, complimenting the aluminum castings. It also includes the original 3 reel strips, an escalator bell, and a black wooden base. The award card and strips show little signs of age. Older repainted model and minor damage to the casting below the coin head. In working order. Circa 1936. One key is provided. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 721 - **10¢ MILLS BURSTING CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 15”D. This slot machine exhibits an older restoration, featuring a brown front, an array of vibrant colors, escalator bell, and wonderful wood finish. In working condition. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,400.00 722 - **5¢ JENNINGS NEVADA CLUB’S SUN CHIEF SLOT MACHINE. 15”W x 14-3/4”D x 27-3/4”T. Three-reel slot machine with lighted front and mirror finish chrome plating. Jennings manufactured these slot machines from 1949-1955. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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723 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY GOLDEN FALLS SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 25”T. Three-reel slot machine with silver and black front casting featuring grey columns and red cherry clusters. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. from 1945-1949. Completely restored with a new award plate, reel strips, back door, and wooden base. There is a slight damage to the security bar on the back. Two keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 724 - **5¢ JENNINGS AUTOMATIC O.K. COUNTER VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 18-1/2”W x 14”D. This three-reel slot machine features a front and side vendor with incorrect plating on the aluminum castings. This device retains its original reel strips and vendor, with complete and working deferred pay mechanism. The cash box is missing and the side vendor does not trip. Circa 1925. One key is provided. (Good). 800.00 - 1,500.00 725 - **10¢ JENNINGS “STAR” DOUBLE JACKPOT REVAMP SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 15”W x 14”D. This is an unrestored revamped slot machine, labeled “ODJ” on the top half but with a Pace conversion jackpot, in working condition. It is colored in blue with red and yellow accents. There is minor wear throughout but still has an appealing look. Circa 1934. Two keys are provided. (Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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726 - **10¢ MILLS “CASTLE FRONT” MYSTERY BELL SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 17”W x 25”T. Also known as the “Blue Front”, however, the front casting on this particular slot machine is bare aluminum. Moderate wear can be seen throughout the wood cabinet and base in the form of surface scratches and separation on both sides and pitting on the castings, as well as a crack in the right hand corner of the casting. Plays well. An unrestored example with the original award card. One key is provided. Circa 1933. (Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 727 - **REPRODUCTION 25¢ JENNINGS PROSPECTOR CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 16”D x 21”W x 61”T. Three-reel console slot machine. With three front jackpot banks and nice chrome finish. Plays nicely. Four keys are provided. Circa 1948. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 728 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY MYSTERY “CASTLE FRONT” SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. This “Castle Front” earns its name from the medieval imagery of a knight as well as a castle on the front casting. Mills Novelty Co. created these machines around 1933. An older repaint with the original reel strips. This device shows moderate wear throughout, however, it plays well. One key is included. (Good). 800.00 - 1,400.00 LOT - 726

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729 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY 777 HI-TOP SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 27”T. This Hi-Top slot machine from 1947 features a red and blue front casting with a pink hood and a metallic blue wooden cabinet. Plays nicely. One key is included. (Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 730 - **REPRODUCTION 5¢ MILLS GOLDEN NUGGET SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 15”D. This beautifully restored piece is in excellent condition featuring two intricately designed columns placed on both sides, wood paneling and an escalator bell. The array of colors bring full attention to this slot machine. Originally, this device was a Black Cherry and was later converted to a Golden Nugget. It retains the original back door and cash box. Circa 1955. Comes with two keys. (Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,700.00 731 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY SILENT JACKPOT FRONT VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 16”D x 16”W x 26”T. Colorful three-reel slot machine with mint vendors on either side of the central front jackpot bank. The finish is very nice throughout with nickel plated aluminum castings and the original fortune strips. Plays well. Includes two keys. Circa 1931. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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732 - **5¢ IMPROVED ROULETTE CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 7-1/2”T. x 11-1/4”W. x 12-1/2”D. The Western Automatic Machine Co. manufactured these games between 1894 and 1904. It has a nice quarter sawn oak cabinet with a cast iron escutcheon and plays well. The paper award card under the glass and cash door are contemporary. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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733 - **5¢ MILLS COMMERCIAL TRADE STIMULATOR. 31”T x 13”W x 10-1/2”D. This is a cast iron counter top trade stimulator with a replacements wooden base and showing evidence of an older re-plating. The overall condition is good with some tarnishing along the sides as well as signs of age on the cards that are replacements. Top display reads a special “Ten Full or Better Wins a Pint or $2.50 Trade.” Circa 1903-1905. One key is provided. (Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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734 - **5¢ PAUPA & HOCHRIEM THE PILOT TRADE STIMULATOR. 11-1/2”D x 12”W x 14-1/2”T. A beautifully detailed original turn of the 20th century cast iron trade stimulator featuring nautical scenes, not only on the front castings but the right and left side castings as well. This machine has a 6-way coin head and one reel with images of spades, hearts, clubs, diamonds, an anchor, and a sailor. Tokens are dispensed to a small pocket on right rear casting. Peppered with oxidation throughout the un-restored cabinet. With the original paper. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 15,000.00 - 25,000.00

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735 - **5¢ CLAWSON AUTOMATIC DICE TRADE STIMULATOR. 56-1/2”T x 9-1/2”W x 9-1/2”D. This enjoyable Gorski recreation is a trade stimulator that tells your fortune through the numerical outcome of dice. The glass window displays two cups with dice and the gears that operate this machine. It has tiger oak wood paneling and contains all the original parts. Does come with turn key to wind up gears. Circa 1890. (Very Good). 5,000.00 - 10,000.00

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736 - 1¢ CAILLE BALL GUM VENDOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 17-3/4”T. x 13-3/4”W. x 12”D. Caille Bros. manufactured this non-payout machine in 1926. The original three fruit reels are slightly yellowed but in nice condition. Each play receives a ball of gum and the player can use the reels to find their fortune. An older restoration that plays very smoothly with working vendor. One key is included. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 LOT - 736

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737 - **5¢ FIELD MFG. BABY JACKS COIN FLIP TRADE STIMULATOR. 16”T x 8-1/2”W x 7-1/2”D. This counter pocket machine features two front jackpot banks with bright paint to the front casting. After inserting a coin, the operator uses the lever below the coin entry to send the nickel into the field in hopes of it entering one of the two openings, thus, emptying the corresponding jackpot. Metal cabinet is in excellent condition. Plays well. Circa 1931. Includes one key. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,500.00 738 - 1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL DANDY VENDER TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”T x 11-1/2”W x 8-1/2”D. The silver metal plating show signs of age throughout. The front displays colors of red and blue with gold accents. This machine doubles as gum ball machine when little button is pushed. Contains the original reel strips and award card. Unrestored with the machine and gum vendor working well. Circa 1932. Two keys are provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 739 - **LOT OF 2: 1¢ TRADE STIMULATORS. Largest 13”T x 9-1/2”W x 9-1/2”D. This lot of two consists of 1Buckley Cent-A-Pack trades one penny after a 3-of-a-kind for a pack of cigarettes. In excellent condition, with little signs of wear. Circa 1935. Two keys are provided. 13”T x 9-1/2”W x 9-1/2”D. 1Chicago Mint Puritan Baby Bell. In very good condition. There are no signs of wear on the metal plating but the reel strips and award card shows signs of age. One penny tells your fortune. Circa 1928. Two keys are provided. 10-1/2”T x 8”W x 9”D. (Very Good-Excellent). 500.00 - 1,500.00 240

LOT - 741 740 - 1¢ ROCK-OLA HOLD AND DRAW TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”T x 13”W x 9”D. This counter top trade stimulator is in fair condition with visible signs of wear throughout the brown finish and on the two front displays. This machine also doubles as a gum ball machine with features of a triangular design along the base and vertical lines through the top. Circa 1934. Two keys are provided. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 741 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ DAVAL TRADE STIMULATORS. 9-1/2”T x 12”W x 9”D. This lot of two consists of two 1¢ Daval trade stimulators, both circa 1936. 1- Reel ‘21’. Players must spin the reels to deal and the objective is to beat the house. A ball of gum is vended with each play. Condition is good with minor tarnishing of paint. Four keys are provided. 9-1/2”T x 12”W x 9”D. 1- Tit Tat Toe with off white paint with red and silver accents. Visible signs of wear and yellowed award card. This counter top machine is in good condition. One key is provided. 9”T x 10”W x 8”D. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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742 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ GUM BALL MACHINES. 16”T x 9”Dia. This lot of 2 are possibly restored gum ball machines, both with a sleek and glossy aluminum finish. Each containing colorful gumballs. 1- Is manufactured by Consolidate Mfg. Co. and has a round globe. The decal reads “Super Mint Gum” with two beautiful bluebirds above and below the marquee. No keys. 16”T x 9”Dia. 1- Is a cylinder domed gum ball machine, manufactured in the 1930’s by Flatbush Gum Co. Depicted is a king in a dark yellow hue, holding a scroll that reads “Penny King Chewing Gum.” No keys. 12”T x 4-1/2”Dia. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00 743 - **5¢ SEGA ENTERPRISES MINI-SEGA TRADE STIMULATOR. 11”T x 7-1/2”W x 11-1/2”D. Small vest pocket-style trade stimulator with metallic teal finish, affixed to a light wooden base. Sega Enterprises manufactured these small trade stimulators during the 1950’s. This device features an after market reproduction jackpot. Two keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00 744 - **5¢ BALLY CUB BEER STEIN TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/4”T. x 11-1/4”W. x 9-3/4”D. Bally made these counter games in 1933. The wood cabinet has Art Deco style painting and a glass top. This is the highly sought after beer stein version with the original lithograph on paper wheel. The upper left corner also has a decal by the National Rifle Association. This unrestored example retains its original paper and in working condition. One key is included. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

745 - 5¢ DAVAL TALLY TRADE STIMULATOR. 9”D x 11”W x 14”T. Daval Manufacturing produced these trade stimulators during the tail end of the 1930’s. This device sports Art Deco styling, a blue, orange, and beige colored cabinet, and is mounted on a swivel base. Paint loss can be seen throughout. Plays well. Two keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00 746 - 1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL SPARKS TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”T x 10-1/2”W x 9-1/2”D. This machine is a cigarette counter top trade stimulator and doubles as a gum ball vendor. A certain amount of tokens equate to a certain pack of cigarettes as well as the amount. In working order, this machine plays and vends. Circa 1938-1941. Two keys are provided. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 747 - **EARLY ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROULETTE TABLE. 45”W. x 94”L. x 41”T. Green oil cloth topped roulette table made by Rocky Mountain Sporting Goods Co. The wheel spindle is marked “Rocky Mtn. Spg. Gds. Co. F. Denzler Maker”. It features a dark wood frame with fancy claw feet. The cloth on the table is wrinkled and the frame shows wear from age and use. Included are three boxes of chips and a croupier rake. This is a great original table with a fantastic original look. (Good). 4,000.00 - 8,000.00

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748 - **5¢ MILLS OUR BABY COUNTER WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 11-1/2”D x 21”W x 29”T. This Mills Novelty counter wheel is a Brownie with a later addition of an “Our Baby” sign, possibly to compete with the Caille machine of the same name. It features a lovely oak cabinet with carved bead trim, Mills Novelty Co. decals, and an unusual colorful tin lithograph wheel showing two babies. Featuring an older Watts nickel re-plating and replacement award card. The beautifully cast coin head accepts up to 5 nickels at once. There are two holes in right hand side of the cabinet. In working order. Circa early 1900’s. Three keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 4,000.00 - 8,000.00 749 - RARE MINIATURE FARO TABLE WITH ACCESSORIES. Largest 9-3/4”D x 16”W x 8”T. This very rare miniature faro table has been finely crafted of dark stained wood with three functioning drawers and green felt top. 9-3/4”D x 16”W x 8”T. Also included with this table are a few smaller pieces including: 1- case keeper, 1-3/4”D x 3-1/2”W folded; 1- Card press with six boxes of cards, 1-1/2”W x 3-1/4”D; 1Guillotine style card trimmer, 1-1/2”W x 1-3/4”D; 1- Push dagger with sheath, 1-1/2”T; 1- Faro layout, 3-3/4”D x 9-1/4”W; 2- Card dealing boxes, largest 1”W. All made to scale. (Excellent). 1,800.00 - 3,500.00

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LOT - 750

750 - 5¢ REGINA SCOPE DROP CARD VIEWER WITH MUSIC DISCS. 67-1/2”T. x 19”W. x 20”D. This beautiful machine has a mahogany cabinet with several nice details. The main casting around the viewer is in beautiful, unrestored condition, showing the oxidation of age. Six, 12-inch music sheets are included and sound great. The marquee asks that pennies be inserted, but it is a nickel machine. A rare machine with only a few known examples. Three keys are included. (Very Good). 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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751 - 1¢ DETROIT MEDICAL BATTERY “TRY YOUR MUSCLE” STRENGTH TESTER. 12”W x 14”D x 29-1/2”T. This rare wall-mount strength tester was produced by Detroit Medical Battery Co. around the turn of the 20th Century, and is one of only a couple known to exist. To operate, players would deposit their penny in the coin entry at the top of the device and then punch the pad. The dial would measure the force of their blow in pounds. The device is mounted to a weathered wood board, shows wear throughout, and deterioration to the leather of the pad. One key is provided. (Good). 8,000.00 - 15,000.00

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752 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. DONKEY IN THE GOLD MINE ARCADE MACHINE. 82”T x 31”W x 20-1/2”D. A charming fortune teller where a donkey with cart drops off your fortune as he makes his rounds through the mine. An exceedingly rare example, the only one every re-created using many original parts by John Papa. The Exhibit Supply Co. originally manufactured these fortune tellers in 1928. One key is provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 12,000.00 - 15,000.00

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753 - 5¢ ROCK-OLA 1937 ALL-STAR WORLD SERIES ARCADE MACHINE. 50”T x 40-1/2”W x 20-1/2”D. Housed in fine cabinetry, this fun arcade machine resembles the 1937 World Series and contains 9 figural characters of the actual 1937 All-Star World Series players- from Dizzy Dean as the pitcher to Hartnett as the catcher. “This robot baseball machine is 100% skill.” For 5¢, the patron must get all three balls given into any of the 8 “hit” slots or 2 foul slots in each corner. The figures are hand painted with the 8 players in good condition but the umpire shows signs of paint loss. The playfield has a beautiful patina with the exterior wood in superb condition. Has the rare correct coin escalator. In working order. Manufactured by Rock-Ola between 1937-1940 but stopped production because of WWII. Includes marquee and four keys. Model: A. Type: S. Serial #: 1420. (Very Good-Excellent). 40,000.00 - 60,000.00

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754 - RARE 1¢ MILLS ILLUSION ARCADE MACHINE. 78”T x 15”W x 17”D. This very rare example is 1 of 3 re-creations made by John Papa. For one cent, “Try and Solve This Mystery”. Housed in beautiful cabinetry with intricate floral motifs found along the front and sides. Top marquee reads “The Veil Of Life Lifted” with an eccentric sorcerer illustrated underneath. Four keys are provided. (Excellent). 8,000.00 - 10,000.00

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755 - 5¢ MUNVES PRINCESS DORALDINA THE FORTUNE TELLER ARCADE MACHINE. 87”T x 30-1/2”W x 31”D. For a nickel, “Get A Complete Reading” from Princess Doraldina as read on the marquee. She is a stunning life-like figure with glass brown eyes, wearing a light pink turban and pink nail polish. Doraldina sits behind a row of playing cards with fortune readings bordering each corner of the card. The side windows are lined with rose pink floral curtains and gold details. With this model, the fortune tellers chest moves with every breath and as she is delivering a fortune, her eyes roll. Circa 1928, of Mike Munves Mfg.. There is wear throughout the cabinetry with a few visible scratches. Six keys are provided. Works well. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 20,000.00

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LOT - 756

756 - 1¢ RARE CAILLE BROS. GEORGE WASHINGTON “MONEY BACK” VERSION FLOOR SCALE. 91”T x 21”W x 27”D. Extremely rare “Money Back” version of the classic George Washington 1¢ scale made by the Caille Brothers in Detroit, CA, circa 1904. This example, one of only a few known, is an immaculate original. Flaking original plating shows beautiful patina along with the untouched quartered white oak cabinet and finish. With new back doors and marquee. Includes keys. (Excellent). 15,000.00 - 20,000.00

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757 - 5¢ AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISES BANK BALL ARCADE GAME. 23”W x 110”D x 73-1/2”T. This 9ft long Skee-Ball style game was manufactured by Amusement Enterprises Co. in 1946. Players roll the large wooden balls up the ramp and into one of the five slots. Points earned are tallied on the lighted marquee which features three can-can dancers. This game is in original and in working condition. Includes four keys. (Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

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LOT - 758

758 - 1¢ CAILLE APOLLO MUSCLE TEST ARCADE MACHINE. 33”D x 32”W x 96”T. A very fine re-creation made by John Papa. The original was manufactured by Caille Bros in 1907. The main wooden body, painted red and pinstriped in golden yellow, features a life sized cast iron man with jointed arm, and rests upon an ornate cast iron base. The upper marquee holds the dial which displays to the user the strength of their arm. It is marked serial number 5 of 12 re-creations crafted by John Papa. Four keys are provided. (Excellent). 12,000.00 - 15,000.00

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759 - 5¢ H.C. EVANS TEN STRIKE BOWLING ARCADE MACHINE. 60”T x 20”W x 70”D. A very rare version of this desirable machine; one of only a few known with animated back glass. Housed in a light wood cabinet with bowling graphics on each side of the machine. In working condition. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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760 - 1950’S CHICAGO COIN’S BAND BOX WITH STAND. 61”T x 45-1/2”W x 23”D. This is a two piece set, the top and stand is painted in an inviting bright red with bold white lettering, reading “Strike Up The Band” at the center and ”The Worlds Smallest Band” stretched across the bottom. When in operation, the gold curtains slowly move away from the center, showcasing a dazzling musical performance. Features an instrumental band of 7 fine looking gentlemen, dressed handsomely in their green blazers. Hand painted but shows bubbling. Tropical background in blue. Lonesome microphone stand reads “NBC” possibly missing front man singer. A fantastic piece overall, however, music does not play. Two keys are provided with extra parts. (Very Good). 3,500.00 - 6,000.00 761 - 10¢ UNITED MFG. STAR SLUGGER BASEBALL ARCADE GAME. 78”D x 25-1/2”W x 81”T. Electro-mechanical pinball style baseball arcade game by United Mfg. Co circa 1955. This game features a vividly colored cabinet and playing field, with animated baseball field beneath the scoreboard. The machine lights up but will require maintenance to achieve game play. Four keys are included. (Very Good - Excellent). 3,000.00 - 7,000.00

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762 - 5¢ MUTOSCOPE “ZAP THE JAP” SKYFIGHTER CONVERSION. 94”T. x 25”W. x 37”D. This rare World War II era arcade game is a wartime conversion from Mutoscope’s original Skyfighter Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun game. The base has been repainted but you can still see the original Skyfighter decal and the front still has the original metal Skyfighter plaque surrounding the coin drop mechanism. The top display was converted from an anti-aircraft theme to a battlefield scene with wartime Japanese caricatures. Credits for the top read, “Copyrighted 1944 General Products Company, 1220 K Street, Sacramento, Calif.” It has a 94” power cord and two keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 3,000.00 - 5,000.00 763 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. LOVE TESTER ARCADE MACHINE. 18”D. x 23”W. x 84”T. Measure your sex appeal on this love meter. User deposits coin and squeezes the handle to illuminate a colored bulb beside a corresponding characteristic. The wooden cabinet features gold painted details with a wood and metal marquee. The paper background on this arcade machine has been replaced. Includes 2 keys. (Good - Very Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 764 - BATMAN “BAT BOAT” CHILDREN’S AMUSEMENT RIDE. Largest 70”D x 30”W x 40”T. Children’s amusement ride featuring Batman in his Bat Boat. Constructed of wood with metal and fiberglass components. Moderately worn throughout from use and age. The boat measures 70”D x 30”W x 40”T, the base measures 40-1/2”D x 28-1/2”W x 12”T, and the coin bank measures 6”D x 7-1/2”W x 48”T. Circa 1960’s. In working condition, on free play. Includes key. (Good). 2,500.00 - 4,500.00

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765 - LE TAXIPHOTE GLASS VIEWER STEREOSCOPE. 26”T x 11-1/2”W x 15-1/2”D. Made of a beautiful mahogany wood, this French stereoscope was manufactured in the early 20th century during WWI. It has an adjustable eyepiece, twin handling for mobility and an extra storage compartment with two interior shelves. Included are an abundance of Jules Richard glass photos, which can only be seen through a light. No keys are included. Operates well, once reaching 25 slides, reset by opening the front panel. Has certainly aged with time with visible scratches seen at the top. (Fair). 200.00 - 400.00

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766 - MUTOSCOPE VIEWER LIGHTED MARQUEE TOP SIGN. 30”T. x 16-3/4”W. This decorative cast iron marquee with copper colored accents is often seen on the Clamshell type Mutoscope machines. Currently showing a poster for “Chicago Street Girls” with an image of a nude woman. Advertising poster is behind a sheet of plastic. No flaws to note. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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767 - DETECTO GRAM 50 SERIES BALANCING SCALE. 16-1/2”T x 14”W x 5”D. Made of cast iron and coated in white porcelain enamel by the Detecting Scale Co. of Jacob Bros. in the early 20th century. Determines whether something weighs under or above an ounce. There are dual weighing platforms, a flat surface and a silver weighing pan(3”T x 10-1/2”W x 7”D. Counter top scale with rear mount. Wear throughout and some erosion on the flat platform. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00 768 - 1¢ ELECTRIC RADIO WAVE ARCADE SHOCK MACHINE. 60”T. x 21-1/2”W. x 17-1/2”D. This floor model shocker is housed in a wood cabinet with two handles for delivery and adjustment of electric shock. The hand-painted dial at the top indicates the power of the shock being delivered. Cabinet is in very nice condition and inner workings are clean. In working condition. Includes two keys. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,500.00 769 - LARGE M&M’S TOLEDO CANDY STORE WEIGHING SCALE. 18-1/2”T x 15”W x 9”D. A restored Toledo weighing scale, painted in a bright sunny yellow with an M&M’s candy theme. “M&M’s” is centered along the base with the Red M&M centered on the fan scale, pointing at “Honest Weight No Springs.” Weighs 6 lbs, Model 408-R, Serial #: 87721. Comes with a gold weighing pan, 3”T x 11”W x 8”D. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00 770 - 25¢ MILLS QUARTOSCOPE FLIP CARD VIEWER ARCADE MACHINE. 57”T. x 21”W. x 21”D. A lovely floor model viewer housed in a reproduction oak cabinet with an interesting mix of decorative, reproduction nickel-plated castings, marquee, and claw feet. The castings are from a variety of manufacturers including Watling, Caille, and Mills Novelty. Top marquee shows advertising for “This Quartoscope 1906 - Earthquake and Fire”. Does not include keys. Made between 1897 and 1930. Measurement taken is not including the marquee. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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771 - 3-6 LB. TOLEDO WEIGHING SCALE. 18-1/2”T x 15”W x 9”D. Cast iron, painted a pearly white with baby blue pinstriping and ornate gold details: an alluring combination. Weighs 3 to 6 pounds according to the numerical fan. In large gold lettering, “Honest Weight No Springs” is displayed at the front. Comes with an attached mirror and large weighing pan(3-1/2”T x 12”W x 9”D.). Nice throughout with one paint chip, found on the right side of the base. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,200.00 772 - ANGLEDILE COMPUTING SCALE. 20”T. x 28”W. x 16”D. This gorgeous, professionally restored scale is the Model 303D, Serial No. 31898. It is green and gold with brass highlights. The weighing platform is thick, engraved glass. (Excellent). 500.00 - 2,000.00 773 - THE COMPUTING SCALE CO. BALANCING SCALE. Largest 26”T x 19”W x 9”D. The brass details of this scale are beautifully complimented by the matte mint green re-paint of the main body. There are double weighing platforms, one is a flat surface and the other is a weighing pan (5”T x 18-1/2”W x 11”D.). Style No. 121, Serial #: 281713. Made of cast iron, patented in 1903. Overall, nice appearance with wear showing on the weighing platforms. (Good-Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 256

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774 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY EQUITY PAY TABLE PINBALL GAME. 40”D x 20”W x 41”T. A sneaky game produced by Mills Novelty, this pinball game has a hidden payout drawer underneath the front of the machine. Any winnings players earned could be collected by tipping open the small compartment. Another noteworthy feature is that the player gets his money back if he does not get a win after 8 plays. The refinished cabinet is painted an Army drab green and is accented by chromed elements. In working order. Two keys are provided. Circa 1935. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00 775 - LARGE STIMPSON 10 LB. SCALE. 28”T x 12”W x 22”Dia. Restored piece from the early 20th century, painted in a dark crimson with red and gold details that partners well with the black. There is a built in dual leveler for accurate measurements, gold rider beams and, instead of a weighing pan, there is a flat glass panel. A blank gold plaque is displayed at the front. Serial No. 698930. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,200.00 776 - 1¢ WHITINGS NICKEL FRONT SCULPTOSCOPE. 24”T x 8”W x 11”D. Being manufactured in 1915 by American Novelty Co, the condition is good, though it does show signs of age. This product has a nickel front, wood paneling, frosted glass windows, cast iron claw legs, with details of black and gold. There is a top display of a hand painted woman, dressed properly and is leaning on an orange umbrella. The replacement front marquee reads “Whitings Travel System Embraces The World.” One penny allows one to see up to 20 stereographs, with there being a total of 80. The button is a little stiff. With replacement front door. One key is provided. (Good). 500.00 - 1,200.00

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777 - TOLEDO SCALE COMPANY CANDY SCALE. 7”D x 14-1/2”W x 14-1/2”T. Emerald green scale with golden pinstripe details and brass weighing dish. This small model weighs up to 3lbs. With small plaque that has been over polished, rendering the text nearly illegible. Circa 1917. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00

778 - 25¢ VARI-TECH MR. SIX GUN ARCADE SHOOTING MACHINE. 36”W x 34”D x 80”T. This quick draw gunslinger game features a life size animated outlaw behind a pair of saloon doors. The character, Johnny Rio, would be controlled pneumatically, giving the player a chance to engage in a lifelike duel with a moving, talking mannequin. The figure itself is in good condition but has not been tested for functionality. The player’s control box has two gun holsters with one imitation gun, broken at the top of the grip. The “saloon” housing is in good condition overall and has one poster on each side reading “WANTED Dead or Alive Johnny Rio” with a corner missing from one. Would be very entertaining once repaired. Circa 1987. (Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

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LOT - 781 779 - **1¢ MILLS JUMBO SUCCESS NO.5 CAST IRON CARD MACHINE. 52-1/2”T. x 14-3/4”W. x 17”D. Black cast iron floor model poker machine with five playing card reels. Manufactured by Mills Novelty from 1900-1904. In working condition. Two keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 780 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS SKILL SHOT PINBALL MACHINE. 35”T x 18”W x 40”D. Manufactured in 1934, this product is in good condition with only the wood paneling and metal mounts showing signs of wear. This is a floor model machine intended to rest on four wooden legs, which are included but damage to one of the metal brackets prevents sturdy attachment. Interior playing field is very clean. The game has an animal hunting theme with the forest, animals and hunter being hand painted. Object is to land balls in a certain a hole, two or three times and player wins tokens for more free plays. Coin box does not have cover. (Fair-Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 781 - 5¢ BIG SHOT COUNTER ARCADE MACHINE. 30”T. x 21”W. This flip ball countertop game is housed in a wood cabinet with the original paint to the playing field and exterior. Showing minor age and play wear throughout. Circa 1940’s. Does not include a key. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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782 - RECREATION 25¢ LOVE TESTER ARCADE MACHINE. 79-1/2”T x 24”W x 19”D. The objective of the this upright arcade machine is to “Measure your sex appeal on this meter.” The player can receive 1 of 10 levels- from “Poor Fish” to “Wild” to “Uncontrollable”. This fun machine features wood paneling with some visible scratches and brass features such as the legs and top marquee. The brass plaque and grip lever shows signs of wear from use. One key is provided for the extra storage but comes with an additional two keys, extra bulbs and an extra brass leg. This older recreation still operates for fun, temporary amusement. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

784 - 1¢ WATLING SCALE CO. LOLLIPOP SCALE. 29”D x 15”W x 71”T. White porcelain enamel lollipop penny scale circa 1917. This scale sports a sign asking “What is Yur-Wate To Day?”. A large crack is present on the right side of the scale’s head. Some wear and oxidation is present throughout. With three keys. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 785 - SHAKE WITH UNCLE SAM STRENGTH TESTER MARQUEE. 22”W x 22”T. Cast aluminum marquee for the popular Shake With Uncle Sam strength tester arcade game. Painted in gold, red, white, and blue. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

783 - 1¢ BALLY MFG. BAFFLE BALL COUNTERTOP ARCADE MACHINE. 22”W. x 9-3/4”D. x 22”T. This skill game offers ten shots for each coin inserted, the player uses the knob at the left to send a ball toward the basket on the other end of the cabinet. In working order, this machine appears to be on free play. Cabinet and play field show minor wear. A very difficult machine to find. Circa 1931. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00

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786 - 1¢ A.B.T. GUESSER SCALE. 29”D x 21”W x 69”T. This cerulean blue floor model scale invites patrons to guess their weight and, if they guess correctly, the scale returns the penny. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 787 - 1¢ A.B.T. CHALLENGER PISTOL GAME. 30”D x 11”W x 15”T. A.B.T. Manufacturing created this pistol shooting game around 1939. Players get 10 shots for a penny and try to shoot each of the targets in order. Missing back panel and without keys. Works well. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00 788 - M&M’S TOLEDO WEIGHING SCALE WITH PAN. Largest 14”T x 15”W x 5-1/2”D. Counter top 2 lb. weighing scale with M&M’s theme throughout and built-in leveler. It is made of iron, painted mostly white with gold details. The weighing pan is golden and measures 3”T x 11”W x 8”D. Model 406D. Serial No. 210126. (Very Good). 400.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 786

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789 - 1¢ MERCURY ATHLETIC SCALE ARCADE MACHINE. 17-1/2”T x 15”W x 11”D. An interesting strength tester with a front grip that can rotate a full 360 degrees. The cabinet is painted metallic blue and red and exhibits wear throughout. The semi-circular dial touts “Test Your Strength Daily” and shows statistics charts for both men and women. Circa 1951. Two keys are provided. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 790 - 5¢ ROYAL FLUSH POKER-THEMED SPINNER GAME. 16”T x 17”W x 21”D. A simple game where the player inserts a nickel and the pointer spins. The game board has 12 numbered sections where the pointer can land, each of which displaying different hands of cards. One key is provided. The coin slot eats the nickel, not spinning the pointer when it should. There is wear throughout. (Good). 400.00 - 700.00

LOT - 792 791 - $1 METAL TYPER ARCADE MACHINE. 60”T x 80-1/2”W x 19”D. After inserting 4 quarters, the individual is allowed to print on metal whatever they please but is limited to 36 spaces. The central dial chooses what letter or number the individual would like. The left lever is to print and the lever at the right indicates when one is finished to obtain their metal piece. The mint green cabinet is mostly wood with a metal front. Aged throughout with some visible scratches and wear along the bottom edge. Two keys are provided. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00 792 - **1¢ NATIONAL TARGET PRACTICE. 16-1/2”T. x 13”W. x 6-1/2”D. The National Coin Machine Company produced this “Special Operators Model” version of this popular trade stimulator in 1926. The pin field graphics, decal, and cardboard payout marquee are all somewhat degraded. This machine shows an older restoration with a replacement back door. Two keys to a small padlock are included. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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793 - 10¢ FOOT EASE VITALIZER ARCADE MACHINE. 63-1/2”T x 14”W x 24-1/2”D. Manufactured in the 1950’s by Exhibit Supply Co., this arcade machine is designed to vibrate the feet. “Get More Miles Out Your Tired Aching, Feet. Stimulate The Circulation And Relieves Fatigue.” Features wood paneling throughout with a medical decal at its center and an aluminum base. Very nice condition throughout with some wear evident on the standing platform. Model: C. Serial No. 389AC. Three keys are provided. (Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00 794 - CAST IRON COUNTER TOP WEIGHING SCALE. 10”T x 9”W x 4”D. Perfectly restored, colored in navy with baby blue details partnered with a silver ornate design throughout. Measures up to 2 pounds and has a patriotic emblem beneath the fan reader. Made of cast iron and comes with a silver weighing pan that measures 2”T x 7”W x 6”D. (Excellent). 300.00 - 800.00

796 - 1¢ HANCE FOUNDRY CO. CAST IRON NUT VENDING MACHINE. 18-1/2”T. Bulk salted peanut vendor with decal that states “1¢ Fresh Salted Peanuts” on the flared globe. This model features a wide mouth, four legs that are part of the base, and a pull lever to dispense the product. Older repaint in black and showing some wear to the nut cup. Machine works well with reproduction paper. One key is included. Circa 1920. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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795 - 1¢ COLUMBIA WEIGHING SCALE. 70-1/2”T x 16”W x 27”D. Columbia Weighing Scale manufactured these scales from the late 1800’s to the 1920’s. This model features a wooden cabinet with mirrored front and white porcelain enamel base. The scale needs to be calibrated to function properly. Two keys are provided. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00

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797 - 1¢ HANCE MFG. CO. REX ELECTRICAL HOT NUT VENDING MACHINE. 22-1/2”T x 9-1/2”Dia. Similar to the Standard Rex Vender but with an exposed light bulb displayed at the top and heating element inside the pedestal. Has cast iron legs, white porcelain body, and red bulb. In nice condition with minor signs of wear throughout. Circa 1920’s. One key is provided for the head lock but not for the back door panel. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 798 - POPCORN AND ROASTED PEANUT MACHINE CART. 78”T x 38”W x 24”D. This O.Y. Bartholomew popcorn and roasted peanut machine contains what appears to be its original steam engine and nickel popcorn popper. Manufactured in 1928, it is in excellent condition with little evidence of age or tarnishing apart from the original steam engine, which indicates that this device may have been restored. Decorated in the classic duo of red and black which compliments the black wire wheels, die-cut corners, oak wood finish and elegant copper details. There is an extra storage space, which can be accessed through either of the side panels on the cart. Comes with vintage popcorn bags and boxes in a fun variety of shapes, sizes, and designs. Each wheel has a diameter of 20-1/2 inches. (Excellent). 2,000.00 - 4,000.00


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799 - 1¢ CONTINENTAL NOVELTY BULL’S HEAD PERFUME DISPENSER. 7”D x 8”W x 15”T. This interesting vendor is designed so that a mist of perfume is dispensed from the tongue when the horns are lowered. With a handwritten card inside the marquee that reads “Sweet Essence of Bay Rum”. Lacking the back panel. Circa 1902. (Good). 3,000.00 - 7,000.00

800 - 1¢ MILLS LITTLE PERFECTION PEANUT/GUMBALL MACHINE. 19-1/2”T x 8-3/4”W x 10-1/2”D. With a large clear glass globe and an easy to fill vendor, this Mills 1912 dispenser can do it all. As it is supposed to be water and dirt-proof, with the pivotal sanitary cup, it is even dust-proof. It is mostly made of cast iron with a wooden middle base. It sports the original parts and finish. The legs are higher and have a more ornate lid than the previous Little Perfection Model. The appearance of time passed is seen throughout with visible oxidation and only adds to the charm of this piece. Two keys are provided. (Good). 4,000.00 - 7,000.00

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801 - 1¢ GRISWOLD RED STAR BULK VENDING MACHINE. 20-1/2”T x 10-1/2”W x 9”D. With black cast iron base and curved clear glass globe. This vendor exhibits a wonderful patina throughout what appears to be the original finish. Traces of the original paper remain on the front knob. Circa 1910. Two keys are provided. (Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 802 - 1¢ STOLLWERCK CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 33” T. The richly colored cabinet is a combination of wood and porcelain enamel and is made to appear as wood throughout. For one cent patrons could choose from a selection of gums and chocolate. In very nice condition throughout with newer marquee. Circa 1888. One key is included. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 803 - ADVANCE MACHINE CO. CLIMAX 10 NUT VENDING MACHINE. 20”T. The Climax 10 model vendor was made starting in 1915 into the 1930’s. It features four legs that are part of the base as well as an attached tray underneath the slug rejector coin entry, and turn knob. An older restoration colored in red with decorative gold pinstriping on the side and top lid of the machine. Overall, very nice. One key is included. (Restored). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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LOT - 807 805 - 1¢ PULVER COP AND ROBBER SHORT CASE GUM VENDING MACHINE. 21”T. x 9”W. x 4-1/2”D. Housed in the short, red and white porcelain enamel cabinet with a red mechanism, the composite figures within this wall mount vendor still move well when a penny is inserted. Key is included. Circa 1931. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 806 - 1¢ STANDARD MFG. CO. GUM BALL MACHINE. 13-1/2”T x 8-1/2”Dia. This vendor features an octagonal shaped base with the original cash door, and a round clear glass globe. There are spots of touch-up to the paint with nice pinstriping. Oxidation and wear can be seen throughout. Two keys are provided. (Good). 750.00 - 1,500.00 807 - 1¢ ZENO CHEWING GUM YELLOW PORCELAIN VENDING MACHINE. 6” x 6-1/2” x 16-1/2”T. This wall mount vendor is housed in a yellow porcelain case. Showing a few chips to the enamel of the front, around the lock, and paint loss to the back. In working condition. Circa 1908. Includes one key. (Excellent). 600.00 - 1,000.00

804 - 1¢ COLUMBUS MODEL D GUM BALL MACHINE. 14”T x 7-1/2”W x 10”D. This wonderful vendor displays an older repaint with some signs of wear throughout. The base has been painted a lovely shade of crimson and is accented by golden pinstriping. Circa 1911. Two keys are provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 262

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808 - REGINA REGINAPHONE NO.161 MUSIC BOX DESK WITH DISCS. 31”T x 45-1/2”W x 27”D. Made of quarter sawn oak with gold Victorian handles with filigree carved motifs at center and on the sides. Only two of the three right side drawers open with a storage compartment for the discs on the left, which currently contains 11. This music box features a double comb and includes a crank. Reginaphone, Style No. 161. Circa 1908. Minor visible scratches on the surface. Repairs have been made to the legs. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00 809 - 5¢ WURLIZTER PIANINO. 22-1/2”D x 40-1/2”W x 60”T. Coin-operated Pianino or “Baby Piano” features a quarter sawn oak cabinet with leaded glass front, accented by golden Wurlitzer decals. This 44-note nickelodeon was the smallest of the orchestrions made. Wurlitzer began producing the Pianino around 1903; The serial number of 12148 helps us date this Pianino to around 1906. Also included in this lot are ten additional 5-1/2” music rolls, an extra spool, and two tools or parts. In working order. With two keys. (Very Good). 4,000.00 - 8,000.00

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810 - REGINA 27” ORCHESTRAL UPRIGHT MUSIC BOX. 80”T x 42-1/4”W x 18”D. Visually impressive upright music box constructed of quartered oak with recessed paneling, carved columns, and egg & dart molding. On the right side of the cabinet can be found a storage compartment that is able to hold up to 30 27” perforated music discs. Circa 1897. One key is provided. (Very Good). 10,000.00 - 20,000.00

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811 - 18-1/2” MERMOD-FRERES MIRA CONSOLE MUSIC BOX. 22”D x 29”W x 40”T. This beautiful music box was produced by Swiss maker Mermod Freres around 1903. This console model features a lovely mahogany cabinet with gilded filigree designs. The upper portion plays 18-1/2” music discs with a double comb, of which all the teeth are present. The lower portion of the cabinet has vertical storage for multiple music discs and currently houses 25 of them. This music box plays well and offers a rich tonal quality and charm. Some wear is present through the console. Without key. (Very Good). 4,000.00 - 8,000.00

812 - 5¢ COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE TYPE AS PHONOGRAPH. 17”T x 15”W x 9”D. This charming coin-operated phonograph was produced by the American Graphophone Company during the 1890’s. It is housed in an oak cabinet with curved glass front. The #2 Columbia reproducer, 13” brass horn, and crank are original to this device, as are the decals on the carriage. The upper marquee, however, is a newer addition. Serial No.502373. Mechanism functioned properly upon testing. (Very Good). 2,500.00 - 4,000.00 813 - EDISON BUSINESS MACHINE ELECTRIC MODEL C PHONOGRAPH AND RECORDER. 14”D x 14-1/2”W x 49”T. These interesting phonographs lacked cranks and instead were battery operated. The oak cabinet rests atop the original rolling stand. The horn with crane is complete. Also included with this lot are six Ediphone wax cylinders in a carrying tray with other various advertising pieces. Serial No.12914. Circa 1907. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

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814 - LOT OF 31: EDISON 4-MINUTE BLUE AMBEROL CONCERT SERIES CYLINDER RECORDS. Each 4-1/2”T. Each of these blue Amberol records are kept in their original tubes. The records include Nos: 28200, 28204, 28206, 28207, 28209, 28213, 28214, 28216, 28218, 28221, 28225, 28226, 28228, 28233, 28235, 28237, 28238, 28244, 28250, 28253, 28259, 28260, 28263, 28273, 28274, 28278, 28280, 28282, 28284, 28286, and 28289. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 LOT - 814

815 - LOT OF 35: EDISON 4-MINUTE BLUE AMBEROL CONCERT SERIES CYLINDER RECORDS. Each 4-1/2”T. Each of these blue Amberol records are kept in their original tubes, 15 of which retain their lids. Records include Nos: 28103-28108, 28111, 28113, 28115, 28118, 28120, 28123, 28128, 28129, 28132, 28134, 28140, 28141, 28142, 28147, 28148, 28155, 28156, 28157, 28160, 28164, 28169, 28171, 28172, 28174, 28179, 28182, 28191, 28196, and 28198. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

LOT - 815 816 - LOT OF 27: EDISON 4-MINUTE BLUE AMBEROL CONCERT SERIES CYLINDER RECORDS. Each 4-1/2”T. Each of these blue Amberol records are kept in their original tubes. Records include Nos: 28101, 28102, 28109, 28110, 28112, 28114, 28116, 28117, 28119, 28121, 28122, 28124-28127, 28130, 28131, 28133, 28135-28139, 28143, 28145, 28146, and 28149. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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817 - LOT OF 33: EDISON 4-MINUTE BLUE AMBEROL CONCERT SERIES CYLINDER RECORDS. Each 4-1/2”T. Each of these blue Amberol records are kept in their original tubes. Records include Nos: 28150, 28151, 28154, 28158, 28159, 28161-28163, 28165-28167, 28173, 28175-28178, 28180, 28181, 28183-28190, 28192-28195, 28197, and 28199. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00

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818 - FULL SIZE POLAR BEAR SKIN RUG. 96”W x 120”L. This beautiful taxidermy rug is mounted with an open mouth and fixed to a double layer of scallop edged fabric. Showing some loss around the mouth and eyes with excellent claws and thick fur throughout. This bear measures approximately 8’W x 10’L. Tag on the underside of the rug reads “Nordquist’s Horns Of The Hunter Shopping Center Hayward California.” (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 5,000.00

819 - FIGURAL CAST IRON BUTLER SMOKING STAND. 10”D x 10”W x 34-1/2”T. Figural floor stand includes a brass ashtray, matchbox holder, and a cup for cigarettes or additional matches. Oxidation and wear present throughout. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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820 - LIFE SIZE FIGURAL WINE CONNOISSEUR STATUE. 21”W x 72”T. This statue depicts snooty butler with a tray in one hand, with the other designed to hold a glass as though to take in the aroma from a glass of wine. (Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00 821 - REDDY KILOWATT “MEN WORKING” SIGN. 18”T x 18”W. Double-sided steel sign featuring Reddy Kilowatt dressed as an officer. The sign reads “Men Working” in bold black letters. Showing visible indications of wear throughout and small dent near the center. Comes with bracket. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 822 - LOT OF 6: EVEREADY FLASHLIGHTS DISPLAY CASE WITH FLASHLIGHTS. 12-1/2”T x 20”W x 12-1/2”D. The glass display case features an etched front reading “Eveready Flashlights”, with wooden base and back. The case also has a mirrored back and bottom and clear glass interior shelf. The case holds five flashlights from various brands such as Eveready, Bond, and Homart. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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823 - PUBLIC SERVICE OF OKLAHOMA PORCELAIN SIGN. 21-1/2”T x 72”W. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign featuring the Reddy Killowatt character. There are three dime-sized chips in the enamel around the word “Service” and oxidation around the edges of the sign. The reverse side of the sign is a green-toned grey colored enamel with some spots of oxidation. (Very Good Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00

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824 - WAHL EVERSHARP ILLUMINATED GLASS DISPLAY CASE. 42”T x 16-1/2”W x 17”D. Oak wood showcase with glass sides and two velvet-lined interior shelves. The front of the glass is etched and reads “Wahl Eversharp The Name Is In The Pencil.” There is an extra storage compartment that can be accessed from the back. Circa 1920’s. Two keys are provided. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 825 - LOT OF 2: FIGURAL POCKET WATCH DISPLAYS. Largest 3”D x 6-1/4”W x 6”T. This lot of two is comprised of: 1- Eagle perched atop a column with a white stone plinth, holding a Chronometre watch in its beak. 3”D x 6-1/4”W x 6”T. 1- Eagle perched atop a black marble column with plinth. Showing an older repair to the base. The eagle is holding a C. Petignet watch. 2-1/2”D x 5”W x 5-1/2”T. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00 826 - 5¢ DIALESS CANDLESTICK PAY TELEPHONE. 11”T x 5-1/4”Dia. Early 1910’s pay telephone with a black mouthpiece and black receiver mounted to a black cast iron base. To the right of the telephone is a dark green coin box from Courtesy Coin Box Co. of Detroit, Mich. painted in gold with red and white details. Has aged well with time and most of the wear seen along the base. Circa 1910’s. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00

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827 - SCROOGE MCDUCK CAROUSEL FIGURE. 30”D x 15”W x 49”T. Fiberglass carousel figure in the shape of Donald Duck’s uncle Scrooge McDuck. It is mounted on a cast iron Postage Stamp Machine stand. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 828 828 - INTERNATIONAL TIME RECORDING CO. COMPANY CLOCK. 12”D x 16”W x 44”T. Wall-mount company time clock is housed in a dark stained oak cabinet with front glass advertising Smith’s Chocolates & Candies. To operate, employees would insert their time card into the opening, turn the knob to the appropriate time selection, and press down on the lever to punch the card. Circa early 1900’s. Without keys. (Good - Very Good). 800.00 - 2,000.00

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829 - LOT OF 3: WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH BOXES AND MONEY TRANSFER SIGN. Largest 3-1/4”T x 19-1/2”W. This lot of three is composed of 1- Money Transfers sign of blue with white lettering, set in a beveled wood frame. 3-1/4”T x 19-1/2”W. 1- Wooden box with two slots and black and yellow sign reading “Western Union Telegraph and Cable Blanks”. 3”D x 9-1/4”W x 9”T. 1- Wooden box with five slots and blue and white sign that reads “Western Union Telegraph and Cable Blanks”. One side is held together in the back by an old piece of black tape. 4-1/4”D x 10”W x 11-1/2”T. (Good). 800.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 829 LOT - 830 830 - ORIGINAL CAST IRON WHITE EAGLE SERVICE STATION STATUE. 16”D x 14”W x 33”T. Cast iron eagle statue for the White Eagle Gas Co. Originally painted white, this statue has undergone a transformation into a bald eagle with a light aqua base. Some wear and paint loss throughout. Circa 1920’s. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 831 - JOHNNY MEAH DOUBLE SIDESHOW BANNER. 110”W x 130”T. A wonderful canvas banner measuring in at 9’ x 11’. It depicts the sideshow acts of “Spidora” and “The Iron Tongued Marvel”. An amazing artwork by the incredible Johnny Meah. With several tears in the sides. This banner is depicted in the book “Freakshow: Sideshow Banner Art” by Carl Hammer and Gideon Bosker, 1996. (Excellent). 1,400.00 - 2,000.00 832 - FRED JOHNSON “3 LEGGED CHICKEN” SIDESHOW BANNER. 92”T x 118”W. An original banner painted and signed by artist Fred G. Johnson. It features “Nature’s Mysteries” of a 3-legged chicken “Alive”. With some staining and small holes present on the surface. (Good - Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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833 - FRED JOHNSON “COW WITH 5 LEGS” SIDESHOW BANNER. 80”T x 115”W. An original, large canvas sideshow banner painted and signed by artist Fred G. Johnson. With featured oddity of a cow with five legs. In overall good condition with some staining and small holes. (Good - Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

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834 - HEAVY SMITH’S FOOT FORM REVERSE GLASS ADVERTISEMENT. 22”T x 38”W. This highly decorated reverse on glass display shows an image of a shoe cut out to show the sole of a foot. Block lettering is gold with mother of pearl and gold leaf within. Showing very little paint loss and housed in the original oak and gesso frame. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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835 - OHIO EDISON COMPANY ADVERTISEMENT. 36”Dia. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign featuring the Reddy Kilowatt character. With minor chipping and wear around the perimeter of the sign and near the grommet holes. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,500.00 836 - 1915 SAN FRANCISCO WORLD’S FAIR OFFICIAL SOUVENIR PENNANT. 17-1/4”T x 39-1/4”W. Created in 1915 for the San Francisco World’s Fair - or Panama-Pacific International Exposition - which celebrated the completion of the Panama Canal and the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the Pacific Ocean. The pennant is made of navy blue felt and features a screen printed image of the official seal of the P.P.I.E. Set in a mahogany wood frame. Very few of these banners are known. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 837 - 1915 SAN FRANCISCO WORLD’S FAIR CO. PENNANT. 17-1/4”T x 39-1/2”W. The 1915 World’s Fair, also referred to as the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, celebrated the completion of the Panama Canal and the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the Pacific Ocean. At over 100 years old this navy blue felt banner is in immaculate condition. The screen printed lettering and image are remarkable and show no fading, cracks, or wear. The banner, 13-1/2”T x 36”W, is professionally framed in a mahogany frame and set behind glass. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 270

LOT - 838 838 - MCCORMICK-DEERING SERVICE WITH LOGO OVAL PORCELAIN SIGN. 24”T x 32”W. Double-sided porcelain sign with a cherry red background and central image of a car’s radiator. The sign has been clear coated and shows some small chips around the edges and few to the main field. (Excellent). 750.00 - 1,500.00

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839 - DRUMMOND TOBACCO CO. LITHOGRAPH ADVERTISEMENT. 26-1/2”W x 32-1/4”T. An exquisite chromolithograph of a lady dressed in all white and surrounded by fine fabrics and cushions. The surface is smooth and free of staining and wear. Professionally framed behind glass with a decorative silver tone frame. Circa 1894, St. Louis MO. (Excellent). 700.00 - 1,000.00 840 - AMERICAN EXPRESS FLANGE SIGN. 13-1/2”T x 18”W. Double-sided porcelain enamel flange sign in blue with white lettering. “American Express World Service Money Orders for Sale Here”.

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Chipping to enamel and oxidation on the flange bracket, with minor wear along the edges. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 1,200.00 841 - RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY PORCELAIN FLANGE SIGN. 15”W x 18”T. Double-sided porcelain enamel flange sign with white background, black lettering, and red central diamond. There are chips in the red diamond on one side, paint loss and wear on the flange bracket, and minor wear along the edges. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 1,500.00 842 - BLACK AMERICANA BANJO WITH CLOCK FACE. 14-1/2”T x 10”W x 5”D. Cast iron figure with glass eyes playing a banjo with the face of a clock. The clock is non-functioning. Visible wear throughout. (Good). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00 843 - CAST IRON BLACK AMERICANA WOMAN CLOCK. 16-1/2”T x 9”T x 7”W. Black Americana girl wearing a short dress and holding a tambourine with the face of a clock. She has black glass eyes with white pupils. The clock is a set behind a hinged glass door. Visible wear throughout with non-functioning clock. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 844 - EXCELLENT N.E. RUM GLASS BACK BAR BOTTLE. 11”T x 4-1/2”W x 2-1/2”D. Beveled glass bottle with paper decal set behind glass. The paper decal has a gold reflective border and reads “N.E. Rum.” in black lettering. At the center is a depiction of a woman smiling with flowers crowning her curly brown hair. Dated “1902” at the bottom. There is a visible chip at the very top of the decal but the overall condition of the label is excellent with no cracks or discoloration. Overall, a high end bottle. (Excellent). 3,000.00 - 4,500.00

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845 - RUM GLASS BACK BAR BOTTLE. 11-3/4”T x 3-1/2”Dia. Round glass bottle with long neck and paper decal set behind glass. Bordered in gold with “RUM” in black lettering. Depicts a happy woman dressed in pink and wearing a pearl choker, holding a copita. There are a few cracks running across the base of the paper decal as well as cork residue in the throat of the bottle. The image area (lady picture) is excellent. This is one of the scarcer images seen on glass label back bar bottles. (Good). 2,000.00 - 3,500.00 846 - WINE GLASS BACK BAR BOTTLE. 11-3/4”T x 3-1/2”Dia. Round clear glass bottle with label featuring a lovely woman with black lettering that reads “Wine”. “B” is embossed on the bottom. Minor crazing is evident near the bottom of the label. The overall condition of the label is excellent with the image of the woman both colorful and in excellent++ condition. (Excellent). 3,000.00 - 4,500.00 847 - REDDY KILOWATT “PUBLIC SERVICE” SIGN. 27”T x 40”W. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign featuring Reddy Kilowatt on the left beside a display that reads “Public Service” and “WN” intertwined at the center. Peppered with chips throughout. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 848 - REDDY KILOWATT “PACIFIC POWER & LIGHT COMPANY” SIGN. 24”T x 48”W. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign with green background and white border, featuring Reddy Kilowatt. Wear is evident near each of the grommet holes as well as a circular chip near Reddy’s shoulder. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 849 - REDDY KILOWATT “KENTUCKY UTILITIES CO.” SIGN. 30”T x 36”W. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign featuring Reddy Kilowatt and a depiction of the state of Kentucky. With black lettering that reads “Kentucky Utilities Co. Helping Kentucky Grow.” Minor chipping along edges. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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850 - HUDSON ESSEX SERVICE PORCELAIN SIGN. 16”T x 30”W. Double-sided porcelain enamel sign with white background and blue and red text. Both of the sides exhibit chips, scratches, as well as staining. (7 & 6.5). 500.00 - 750.00 851 - OLDSMOBILE SERVICE WITH CREST LOGO PORCELAIN SIGN. 24” Dia. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign with central Oldsmobile crest and lower banner that reads: “Oldsmobile”. The black areas of the sign exhibit fading and large chips can be seen near the center and lower edge of the sign. Originally, this was part of a neon sign. (7). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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852 - OLDSMOBILE SERVICE WITH CREST LOGO PORCELAIN SIGN. 24” Dia. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign bearing the Oldsmobile logo and a banner bearing the company name. The black areas of the sign are mottled, however, the sign retains a glossy sheen. A chip is evident towards the center of the sign as well as around the perimeter. (7.5). 500.00 - 1,000.00 853 - HETTERMANN BROTHERS. MEXICAN CIGARS ADVERTISING CLOCK. 14”T x 19”W x 2-1/2”D. Decorative cast iron advertisement depicting a matador and bull with a clock face in the bull’s torso. The casting retains much of its color with minimal instances of paint loss. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

854 - LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN RY. ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH. 27-1/4”W x 39-3/4”T. Contained in this wooden frame of gold and black are two lithographs. The upper, smaller print depicts an 18th century mailman on horseback and the lower, larger print shows a steam locomotive from Lake Shore and Michigan Ry. There is some staining showing on the top half of the lower print. Both prints are set in a black and gold painted wooden frame that is engraved to read: “The Mail Carrier of 100 Years Ago” and “The Flight of the Fast Mail on the LS & MS Ry”. Some wear can be seen on the original finish of the frame. Other articles of interest regarding the railroad company can be found on the reverse side of the frame. (Good - Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 LOT - 854

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LOT - 855 855 - WAWONA TUNNEL TREE PHOTOGRAPH. 46-1/2”W x 66-1/2”T. This large photograph shows a woman dressed in Edwardian fashion on horseback standing inside the Wawona Tunnel tree, a giant sequoia of Mariposa Grove, Yosemite National Park. Set behind glass in a large period frame. (Very Good Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

856 - PHILLIPS 66 SHIELD SHAPED PORCELAIN SIGN. 30”W x 30”T. Orange and black double-sided porcelain enamel sign displays excellent gloss and color with light wear. Marked “Veribrite” and dated 1949. (9). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 857 - MEET ME AT THE ORPHEUM CIGAR ADVERTISEMENT. 20”W x 25-1/4”T. Beautiful advertisement depicting a lovely woman spectating at a horse race. In the bottom left corner is printed “Copyright Parker-Brawner Co., Washington D.C”. Printed on canvas and set behind glass with a decorative frame. Minor traces of wear on the corners of the frame. Once hung in The Big Four restaurant in the Huntington Hotel on Nob Hill, San Francisco. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 858 858 - LOT OF 2: GRANVILLE AND RIDGEWAY CIGAR ADVERTISMENTS. Largest 21”W x 27-1/2”T. The first item in this lot is 1- rare, double sided, two color porcelain enamel flange sign. With one side in shades of blue promoting Ridgway cigars. This side of the sign shows chips and scratches to the enamel. The opposite side of the sign is yellow and advertises Granville cigars. This side has fewer, smaller blemishes and wear to the enamel. Oxidation and wear are present on either side of the flange bracket. 1-1/2”D x 18”W x 12”T. The second item in this lot is 1- “A Pair of Winners” paper advertisement for Granville and Ridgway cigars. This paper advertisement features a central image depicting a horse racing derby scene. Soiling and wear are evident on the surface of the paper, as well as a few small tears peppered throughout. Matted and set behind glass in a beveled wooden frame. Circa late 1880’s-1890’s. 21”W x 27-1/2”T. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00

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859 - UNITED MOTORS SERVICE PORCELAIN NEON ADVERTISING SIGN. 10-1/2”D x 18”W x 15”T. Single-sided porcelain sign with orange background, blue image of a car, and blue & orange neon lighting. This countertop model is in great working condition. Likely made in the 1970’s. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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860 - FRAMED VINTAGE LITHOGRAPH OF TELLURIDE SALOON. 20-3/4”T. x 29-1/2”W. x 3”D. This lithograph of a black & white photo shows the interior of The Cosmopolitan Saloon in Telluride, Colorado sometime in the early 20th Century. It has many creases, but remains a great image of gambling in the West. It is housed behind glass in a nice, deep wood frame. (Good). 2,500.00 - 3,500.00 861 - LOT OF 2: JOHN NIETO SERIGRAPHS ON BOARD. Each 12” x 10”. This lot consists of two extremely colorful Native American prints by artist John Nieto, signed and publicized in 1997. Printed at Marco Fine Arts in El Segundo. Behind each print a certificate of authenticity is found. 1- Titled “Red Cloud” and shows a Native American warrior painted in the most vibrant colors. This print is No.6 of 75. 1- Titled “Buffalo Medicine” and features a buffalo also painted in vibrant colors but has a white speckled finish at the center. This print is No.1 of 75. Both prints are kept within a white box. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00 862 - JUSTIN GATES TRAVELING DRUG STORE LITHOGRAPHIC ADVERTISEMENT. 24”W x 27-1/2”T. Lithographic advertisement depicting gold miners panning a river, with some miners being tended to by the “Traveling Drug Store”. This beautiful lithograph has saturated color and the surface displays no signs of blemishes. Set behind glass in a decorative wood frame. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

863 - LOT OF 16: WILL & FINCK CO. EPHEMERA. Largest 13”L. This lot is comprised of sixteen pieces of Will & Finck items including: 1- Pair of Will & Finck trimming shears, 13”L; 1German silver gaffed Will & Finck card dealing box with cards; 2- Will & Finck straight edge shaving razors with their original boxes, 7-1/4”L; 1- Brass cribbage board with Will & Finck stamp, 2-1/2”D x 9-1/2”W; 1- Pacific Coast Guide and Programme of the Knights Templar Triennial Conclave book by Ira G. Hoitt. Circa 1883, 4-3/4”W x 6-3/4”T; 5 - Will & Finck stationary envelopes. Three appear to be printed while the other two are hand-lettered and are stamped 1908 and 1911; 1- Will & Finck Granite Ironware Illustrated card, 3”T x 4-1/4”W; 1- Will & Finck Co. numbered board, 3”D x 8-1/2”W; 1Will & Finck Electricians, Locksmiths, and Bell Hangers advertisement, 5-1/2”W x 8-1/2”T; 1- Photograph of the Will & Finck store at 57th St, San Francisco. The photograph measures 5”T x 7”W and is mounted on an 8”T x 10”W card; and 1- Photocopy of the Will & Finck 1896 Gambler’s Cheating Equipment Catalog Reprint, 8-1/2”W x 11”T. Many of these items coming from the Hugh Hayes Collection. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

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864 - LOT OF 2: TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest 14-1/2”W x 20-3/4”T. This lot of two includes: 1- Double-sided porcelain enamel flange sign in white with blue lettering. Part of the flange bracket is corroded and missing. Signs of paint retouching are present on the flange bracket as well as a portion beneath the word “Snuff”, with corresponding paint on the opposite side of the sign under “C” in “Copenhagen”. 8”T x 20”W. 1- “As Good as it Gets” Mail Pouch tobacco advertisement depicting miners opening a crate of Block Bros. tobacco. The paper advertisement is set behind glass in a decorative golden frame. 14-1/2”W x 20-3/4”T. (Very Good - Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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865 - VALLEY BREW BEER FLANGE SIGN. 19-1/4”T. A circular, two-sided, porcelain flange sign for Valley Brew Beer that reads “’Stop’ for Valley Brew Beer”. Both sides have scratches and paint loss, with one side being quite a bit better than the other. The flange has the largest amount of paint loss and resulting oxidation. Marked “The Donaldson Art Sign Co. Covington, KY”. (Good). 500.00 - 750.00 866 - LOT OF 2: WILL & FINCK FARO ITEMS. Largest 10-1/4”T. x 6”W. x 2-3/4”D. This lot consists of: 1 - Faro Case Keeper manufactured by Will & Finck of San Francisco. 1- Playing card corner rounder cheating device, 3-1/2”D x 4-1/4”W x 4-3/4”T. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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867 - MAIL POUCH TOBACCO ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH IN FRAME. 20-1/4”W x 24-1/4”T. This print of an original advertisement features an image of a lovely lady in a wide brimmed hat, the top of the poster shows a pack of Bloch Bros. Coarse Cut Chewing Tobacco and reads “Everybody’s Favorite”. Wood frame shows some wear. Circa 1906. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 868 - EARLY UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM PORCELAIN SHIELD SIGN. 29-1/2”W x 32-1/2”T. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign in the style and shape that was popular around 1914. With dark blue upper and red & white striped lower portion with round annulet reading “The Overland Route”. “Veribrite Signs Chicago” is printed in blue near the lower point of the shield. There are 1”-2” chips in the surface of the enamel, oxidation along the perimeter of the edges, as well as signs of corrosion at the grommet holes. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,800.00 LOT - 868 276

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869 - SWIFT’S TOILET SOAP ADVERTISING PEDESTAL JAR WITH LID. 10”D. x 17”T. Round, clear glass body with lid on top. Embossed “Swift’s Toilet Soap” on the front and back sides of the jar. A very scarce jar. Showing a tiny chip at the rim. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00 870 - WABASH SALOON DIECUT EMBOSSED LITHOGRAPH. 23”W x 27”T. Diecut lithograph depicting a young girl in a white dress smelling flowers. The awning beside the girl reads: “Compliments of John Goehe, Proprietor of Wabash Saloon. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Staunton, Illinois”. A small number can be found on the steps near the right edge of the sign: No.13362. Minor signs of rubbing are evident on the highest points of the embossing. With bright blue background mat and ornate gilded frame. A German chromolithograph circa 1900’s. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00 871 - EDISON CEMENT FIGURAL INDIAN HEAD WALL PLAQUE. 16”W. x 17”T. x 4”D. Wall mount cement Indian Chief decoration with hook on top for display. Showing fine detail and small scratches on the surface. Reads “EDISON CEMENT” across the lower part. Very heavy and most unusual. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00

LOT - 874 872 - LOT OF 2: GLASS CANDY JARS WITH SPIKED LIDS. Largest: 13”T. Including 1 - Newer Dakota Ginger jar with gold leaf. Top is not ground. Gold stripes are fading but the jar and lid are free from chips or cracks. 13” tall; 1 - 1930’s multi-level glass container with lid. Top is not ground. Shows a tiny chip on one of the glass trays. Decorative design, looks classic. 12” tall. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 873 - LOT OF 2: CLEAR GLASS DAKOTA TUBE CANDY JARS. Largest 24”T. This lot includes two jars of the same style: cylindrical shaped with pressed glass necks and thumb print stoppers. The lid and stopper are ground on both jars and both show a few small chips around the inner rim of the top but remain free from cracks. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00 874 - DAYTON CANDY STORE SCALE. 7-1/2”D x 18”W x 14-1/2”T. A beautifully restored counter top piece painted an elegant duo of burgundy and gold. With brass weighing pan. Circa early 1900’s. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

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875 - ELDRED MFG. THE WIRELESS NO.12 JUMP SPARK CIGAR LIGHTER. 9-1/2”D x 8”W x 15-1/2”T. This lighter was manufactured by Eldred Mfg. Co. Chicago, circa 1910’s. Not currently lighting. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 876 - CAST IRON ENTERPRISE COFFEE GRINDER. 12”T x 6”W x 9”D. Manufactured by Enterprise MFG Co Philadelphia in 1873. The cast iron body shows it was once painted fire engine red with floral decals and blue painted wheels. Mounted to a wooden base. (Good). 400.00 - 1,000.00 877 - GLENCOE DISTILLERY CO. PAINTING. 28”T x 40”W. Beautifully painted by J R Hathaway, this is a depiction of the Glencoe Distillery Factory over a grassy landscape surrounded by towns and farmland with a train passing through. Circa early 1900’s. (Good-Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 878 - LOT OF 2: DOLLAR POCKET WATCH HOLDERS. Largest 7-3/4”T x 4”W x 2-1/2”D. This lot of two is comprised of 1square shaped brass box that doubles as a pocket watch holder with a beautiful all over filigree design. Currently displays a 1920’s Ingersoll Escort Radiolite dollar pocket watch. The top of this box opens up to reveal a compartment for storing cigarettes. 3”T x 4”W x 3-1/2”D. 1- Bronze display of a renaissance man holding onto an olive branch which wraps around a Kerastase dollar pocket watch. 7-3/4”T x 4”W x 2-1/2”D. Both are in good in condition with minimal signs of wear. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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879 - OLIVER TYPEWRITER NO. 5. 10-1/2”T x 15”W x 14”D. The Standard Visible Typewriter. This beautiful typewriter has an olive green cast iron body with ivory keys. Operational but the ink ribbon needs to be replaced. Bottom display reads “Keep Machine Cleaned And Oiled.” This typewriter was the first to add a backspace button. Circa 1907-1914. Has visible wear throughout, aged with time. Keys have partially yellowed. (Good). 300.00 - 900.00 880 - ROYAL STANDARD NO.5 TYPEWRITER. 14”D x 15”W x 8”T. Flatbed style typewriter made by the Royal Typewriter Company in 1911. With black metal frame accented by gold lettering and pinstriping. Having a different shape than a standard typewriter, but beautiful just the same. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00 881 - CORONA FOLD-ABLE TYPEWRITER. 6”T x 10-1/2”W x 10”D. This typewriter was the favorable choice by the British Army for its fold-able design. Its body has a mix of cast iron and aluminum with ivory colored keys. The keys occasionally get stuck as the carriage does not properly work. Circa 1912. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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882 - FOX NO.1 “BABY FOX” PORTABLE TYPEWRITER. 12”D x 12”W x 3-1/2”T. Small portable typewriter with carriage that can fold behind for compact carrying. Manufactured in 1917 by The Fox Typewriter Co. It sports a black metal frame with golden lettering, decals, and yellowed keys. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00 883 - FOX STERLING NO. 3 TYPEWRITER. 6-1/2”T x 9-1/2”W x 10”D. Manufactured in 1921 by Fox, the year prior to the company foreclosing. Made of black nickel and detailed with gold lettering. The keys have yellowed with age and occasionally become stuck with typing. Only 1,000 of these were ever produced. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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884 - BLICKENSDERFER “LONDON BLICK” MODEL 7 TYPEWRITER. 6”T x 13-1/2”W x 11”D. Manufactured in 1897, it features the scientific keyboard which is organized differently than the qwerty arrangement we are used to today. The general look of the typewriter is fair with noticeable indications of age. It has cast iron features with an oak base. The carriage does not move along with the rotary type wheel. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00 885 - IMPERIAL B TYPEWRITER. 8-1/2”T x 13-1/2”W x 11”D. Features a curved keyboard with aluminum keys and space bar. It has black cast iron details and the body sits atop an oak base. Overall appearance is nice with signs of age throughout, seen especially on the yellowed keys. Typing is incredibly smooth and has a manual carriage return. Circa 1915. (Good). 300.00 - 900.00 886 - LC SMITH TYPEWRITER 8. 10”T x 16-1/2”W x 14-1/2”D. The general display of this typewriter is very good with few signs of wear. With black metal body and off-white keys. Typing is very smooth. Circa 1920’s. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00

887 - MOLLE NO.3 PORTABLE TYPEWRITER. 10”D x 13”W x 8”T. The Molle No.3 was created in 1918 and its design was intended for easy maintenance. This model features a black frame with gold and silver lettering and silver-rimmed keys. Spots of oxidation and wear are present throughout. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00 888 - REPRODUCTION BRASS US NAVY MARK V DIVING HELMET. 17”T x 17”W x 17”D. Made to look similar to the Mark-V deep sea diving helmets used by the US Navy from 1916-1974, especially during WWII which were usually made of copper and brass. This model contains most of the parts that a real diving helmet would have: the breast plate, the 12 bolted wingnuts, regulating escape, spit cock, and face plate. There is minimal exterior wear with the interior showing some minor scratches. Overall an interesting piece. (Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00 889 - EARLY CHILDREN’S TRICYCLE. 14”W x 30”D x 22”T. This tricycle has pressed steel rims, metal frame, spring seat, metal pedals, and wooden grips. Circa 1870-1890. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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890 - BLICKENSDERFER NO. 6 TYPEWRITER WITH CASE. 13”W x 9”D x 7”T. Aluminum home typewriter with user manual and a Christmas note from the owner to his Grandma and Aunt, dated 1907. Includes original case. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 LOT - 890

LOT - 891

891 - LOT OF 3: FRAMED CORRESPONDENCE LETTERS. 15-3/4”W x 18-1/4”T. Each of these letters are addressed to a Mr. H.A. Howarth and are professionally framed in matching frames. Faint creases may be seen in each letter from where they were folded many years ago. Included are two letters typed on The Automatic Vending Company letterhead. One is dated 1903 and signed by the President Edgar H. Cook and the other is dated 1904 and signed by the Vice President of the company. That signature, however, is smudged. The third letter is typed on Gum & Sweetmeat Co. letterhead, is dated 1905 and is signed O.N.D. Each containing wonderful content, they are a unique addition to any collection. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00 892 - LOT OF 2: STONEWARE CROCKS. Largest: 17”T. This lot is comprised of 1 - Rich tobacco brown Heinz 57 Oven Baked Beans warmer crock with the original cord, lid, and interior insert showing highly embossed logo. In working condition with no cracks or chips circa 1920’s-30’s. 14”T x 13”D.; 1 - Crock from Martin Pickling Company of Billings, Montana. No lid present. Very nice overall. 17”T. x 12”. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 280

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893 - INTERNATIONAL TIME RECORDING CO. TIME CLOCK. 17”W x 12”D x 48”T. Tall wall-mount or countertop punch time clock in nice wooden case with glass front that reads “Manufactured by International Time Recording Co. Endicott N.Y.”. Circa 1900’s. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00 894 - SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO. NO.10 TYPEWRITER. 15”D x 14”W x 12”T. Black sheet metal typewriter with golden pinstripe detail and lettering. This typewriter features a keyboard with separate upper and lower case keys. It was the last typewriter ever produced by the Smith Premier Co. Circa 1908. (Good). 200.00 - 700.00

LOT - 893

895 - CORONA NO. 3 TYPEWRITER. 6-1/2”T x 11-3/4”W x 10-1/2”D. This typewriter was chosen by the British Army in WWI for its compact, fold-able design. It has a black aluminum body with an ivory QWERTY keyboard. The floral Corona decal can be seen towards the back. It is semi-operational with keys that get stuck near the ink ribbon. Carrying case included. The typewriter is in good condition with the case showing the most wear. Circa 1912. Typewriter is 6”T x 10.5”W x 10”D. (Good). 200.00 - 600.00

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896 - LOT OF 4: NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN ASHTRAYS AND INCENSE BURNER. Largest 5-1/2”D x 5”W x 6”T. This lot is comprised of: 1- Large cast ashtray with copper flash finish, 5-1/2”D x 5”W x 6”T, 1- Ashtray of a Native American wrapped in a blanket and sitting on a log. The bottom is stamped “Vantines 1312/ Made in France”. The tips of some of the feathers on the headdress have been sheared off, 4-3/4”D x 4-1/2”W x 4-1/4”T; 1- Ashtray with figure of a Native American on horseback. The figure is loosely affixed to the ashtray base, 5”D x 3-1/2”W x 4”T; 1- Incense burner figure of a Native American with copper skin and green feathered headdress and separate bundle of sticks, 3-1/2”D x 3-1/2”W x 3-1/2”T and 2”D x 1-1/2”T. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 897 - MINIATURE WESTERN “CONCORD” STAGECOACH FOLK ART DISPLAY. 11T” x 38”W x 7”D. Stagecoach, stagecoach drivers, and band of horses are displayed on a long oak base. All pieces are intricately hand caved and eloquently hand painted. The wheels are lined with thin sheet metal with small leather details seen strapped on the horses and back of the carriage. The “Concord” stagecoach is colored in black and red with yellow accents. There are 6 running horses with a handsome duo of handlers and some luggage placed atop the carriage. Resembles the Concord Coach by Abbot-Downing which was later bought by Wells Fargo after WWI. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,000.00

LOT - 900

898 - EMBOSSED PORTRAIT OF GERONIMO. 13-3/4”W x 16-1/4”T. Mid-tone tan leather is cut into a shape reminiscent of an animal hide and is embossed with the likeness of Geronimo. The relief is enhanced with polychromatic dyes and is professionally set behind glass in a contemporary frame. The embossing itself dates to around 1910. (Very Good - Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 899 - 1800’S PENNY DREADFUL ADVERTISMENT POSTER. 18-1/2”W x 24”T. English advertisement poster for “Jack of Warwick” and “The Cowboy of Texas”. Faint crease lines can be seen running vertically and horizontally through the poster. Set behind glass in a contemporary frame. Circa 1870’s-1880’s. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 900 - BUFFALO BILL CLOCK TOPPER. 9-1/2”T x 8”W x 3”D. Made of nonferrous metal with an exceptional bronze patina. It features Buffalo Bill on a horse holding a lasso. Circa 1890. Aged wonderfully with time, with minimal wear. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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901 - LOT OF 5: NATIVE AMERICAN BUST BANKS. 7”T x 4-1/2”W x 2-1/2”D. This lot of five consists of a variety of Native American bust banks, circa 1950’s. 1- Indian Chief brushed in gold. Engraved at the bottom is Cooperstown Totem Indian Village. 6-1/2”T x 4-1/4”W x 3-1/2”D. 1- Copper finish Indian Chief from Yellowstone National Park and is wearing traditional Native American headdress. 5”T x 3”W x 3”D. 1- Chief Anacostia from the Anacostia Office in Washington DC, with a copper finish and no coin slot. 7”T x 4-1/4”W x 2-1/2”D. 1- Chief Pontiac from Pontiac, MI finished in gold and includes one key. No coin slot. 1- Copper finish chief from the National Shawmut Bank of Boston. Has one feather placed on the back of head. One key. 7”T x 4-1/2”W x 2-1/2”D. Each bank is made of nonferrous metal and has minimal signs of wear. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00 902 - THEODORE ROOSEVELT CLOCK. 11”T x 9”W x 3”D. Features Teddy Roosevelt riding a horse, during the time he formed the Rough Riders. It is cast iron with a golden patina and contains the original clock with slight wear to the finish. The interior of the clock has a Victorian design, with beautiful gold filigree at the center. Circa 1898 to 1900. A scarce Teddy Roosevelt Rough Rider collectible. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 282

903 - LOT OF 2: ROUGH RIDER THEODORE ROOSEVELT BOOKENDS. 6”T x 4-1/2”W x 2”D. This lot of two consists of identical bookends. While the base is made of cast iron, the Teddy Roosevelt figure is made of nonferrous metal with a copper finish. Engraved at the front is “Theodore Roosevelt” in capital letters with the makers name just above: Paul Henzel. Figure is of Theodore Roosevelt during his Rough Rider days in North Dakota. Minor wear throughout. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 904 - BRONZE FARMER SCULPTURE. 4”D x 9-1/2”T. This is a bronze sculpture of a farmer reaping a crop of wheat which is set on a black marbled natural stone plinth. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 905 - REPLICA “STU-MICK-O-SÙCKS” PAINTING. 16”W x 20”T. This recreation painting of artist George Catlin’s “Stu-Mick-O-Sùcks” or “Buffalo Bull’s Back Fat” is painted on 1/8” thick chipboard and is a fair likeness. In the lower right corner, this recreation is illegibly signed by the artist. (Very Good). 300.00 - 400.00

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906 - GOLD RUSH IVORY MINIATURES. 8-1/4”T x 12-1/4”W x 1”D. These hand carved pieces represent the tools of the trade during the Alaskan Gold Rush also known as the Klondike. They are house in a cushioned, velvet lined box with a removable top. (Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00

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907 - **REPRODUCTION 50¢ MILLS “THE WESTERNER” CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 16”D x 20”W x 58”T. This slot machine is a complete recreation of the Mills Novelty “The Westerner” with a reproduction console cabinet and Japanese Sega mechanism. In working order, the machine plays and pays. One key is provided. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 908 - **5¢ MILLS MELON BELL FIGURAL FISHERMAN SLOT MACHINE 24”D x 24”W x 72”T. This is an original Mills Novelty “Melon Bell” slot machine in nice working order without any significant wear to the cabinet. Complete fantasy Dick Delong carved figural stand of a fisherman and the slot machine as his torso. Circa 1948. One key is included. (Good) 2,000.00 - 4,000.00

LOT - 907

LOT - 908

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909 - **25¢ MILLS DEWEY UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 20”D x 30”W x 68”T. Floor model single-wheel slot machine housed in a very nice oak cabinet with ornate nickel-plated fixtures and replaced brass marquee. The glass is designed with the “Two-Bits” emblem in front of a bright tin litho gaming wheel. On free play in working condition. Circa 1900. Serial #6439 on the cabinet with serial #18416 on the back door. Five keys are included. (Excellent). 10,000.00 - 15,000.00

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910 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 62-1/2”T x 23”W x 11”D. Caille Bros upright slot machine housed in oak with cast iron features throughout and 4 intricately carved bows on each corner. The mirrored pieces form a daisy at the center of the glass and is in front of a gaming wheel that is not in its best condition. The “Play Nickels” marquee is missing and the device plays and pays but does not run strongly. Circa 1897. No keys are provided. (Good). 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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LOT - 912

LOT - 913

LOT - 915

LOT - 916

LOT - 917

911 - **25¢ MILLS POINSETTIA JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE 24-1/2”T x 16”W x 15”D. This slot machine is an older restoration with aluminum casting of poinsettia flowers, containing still the original award card and reel strips but shows signs of age. Housed in oak with colors of vibrant red and green. Circa 1928-1930. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 912 - **REPRODUCTION 5¢ MILLS DRAWBRIDGE SLOT MACHINE. 16”W x 15”D x 27-1/2”T. This machine has a gleaming nickel-plated aluminum front casting which provides the inspiration for its name, Drawbridge. Also referred to as the Silver Palace. Though in working condition, the wood panels and base have minor scratches with the top chrome part being a little loose. The reel strips are replacements and there is no key provided. Circa 1960. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,500.00 913 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY SILENT JACKPOT F.O.K. FRONT VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 16”D x 16”W x 26”T. This expertly restored slot machine has a polished front casting accented by black, red, and green, featuring two jackpot banks and mint vendors. The finish is very nice throughout with nickel-plated aluminum castings, replacement reel strips, award card, and new cash box. There is a “The Antique Gambler” decal found on one side of the cabinet and the vendor is stuck on free-play. Works well. Circa 1931. One chrome-plated key is provided. (Excellent). 800.00 - 1,200.00 914 - **10¢ MILLS HI-TOP BLACK BEAUTY SLOT MACHINE. 27” x 16” x 15”. This Hi-Top Black Beauty slot machine was manufactured by Mills in 1953 with features of an operator pay jackpot and interesting painted details. No keys were provided. (Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 286

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LOT - 918

915 - **5¢ ROCK-OLA/WATLING “BLUE SEAL” SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 16”W x 16-1/2”D. This is a 1920 Watling slot machine that has a Rock-Ola cast aluminum front with Serial No. 14673 and the wood cabinet has Serial No. 29919. There are two keys provided with one nearly broken. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,500.00 916 - **5¢ JENNINGS/ROCK-OLA REVAMP SLOT MACHINE. 24-1/2”T x 15”W x 14-1/4”D. Rock-Ola revamped this Jennings machine in 1925, retaining the Jennings top with a Rock-Ola polished aluminum front, Serial No. 8005. Inside the wood cabinet is the Jennings Serial No. 3182. An older restoration with new reel strips that once contained a side vendor. This device plays, however, the reels require maintenance to spin properly. One key is included. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 917 - **25¢ LA TIERCE & BELOTTE FRENCH SLOT MACHINE. 17-1/2”T x 17”W x 12”D. This French machine has 3 reels in order to make the best 3 card hand of Belote, a traditional card game. It has an older restoration to the oak base and sides and features a cast aluminum front with a pleasant, textured geometric design. Works and plays with American quarters. Circa 1935. One key is included. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,200.00 918 - **5¢ JENNINGS ROCK-OLA SELF-LOADING JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 25”T x 15”W x 14”D. Also referred to as the Rock-Ola Reserve, this revamp gooseneck bell machine shows an older repaint and replaced reel strips. The lever of this device is stuck, with slight wear shown on the base and cabinet. Circa 1929. Includes keys. (Good). 800.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 922

LOT - 923

LOT - 924

919 - **5¢ MILLS THE BELL BOY SLOT MACHINE. 17”T x 13-1/2”W x 10”D. This slot machine features the original reel strips that tell a fortune which can be read on the awards card. It is in excellent condition. The castings and wood paneling show few signs of age and only the award card has some fading. The bell boy that is displayed at the top is incorrect to the device. Circa 1931. Three keys are provided. (Excellent). 750.00 - 1,500.00 920 - **5¢ MILLS BURSTING CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 15”D. This slot machine is beautifully restored, displaying a brilliant blend of bright colors, including yellow, red and blue with chrome accents. The bonnet, back door, and hasp are replacements. In working order. Circa 1938. One key is provided for the separate lock. (Excellent). 700.00 - 1,200.00 921 - **10¢ MILLS DIAMOND FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 14-1/2”D. During the decline of bell machines, Mills succeeded by creating this outstanding slot machine. It features a nickel-plated aluminum front, 5 red diamonds stretched vertically down both sides, an escalator bell, and wood base. Paint shows signs of fading but the machine all around is in very good working condition and contains the original cash box. Circa 1939. One key is provided. (Very Good). 700.00 - 1,200.00

922 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS ELECTROVENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 51”T x 18”W x 18-1/2”D. This sleek floor model slot machine which also doubles as a gum vendor, is in excellent condition with little indication of wear. It has intricate carved details in the oak, simple cast iron features, and 4 columns for gum selection variety. There are two glass windows: one containing the 3 reels and the other is for the player to view the interior operation. Rather that operating with the push of a button when plugged in, this particular example has a side handle and operates manually like an ordinary slot machine. A late model adjusted by Jennings from the original design to help increase popularity. On free play, the reels spin and the vendor works. Circa 1930. One key is provided. (Excellent). 700.00 - 1,500.00 923 - **REPRODUCTION 5¢ JENNINGS VICTORIA “WITCH & BLACK CAT” SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 23”T. A wonderfully cast slot machine that has been slightly restored. Modeled after the same device that was produced around 1930, also featuring a witch stirring a cauldron over a roaring flame next to a sitting black cat. Some wear shows throughout the wooden cabinet. Three keys are included. (Very Good). 700.00 - 1,500.00 924 - **5¢ MILLS SILENT GOLDEN “ROMAN HEAD” SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 15-1/2”W x 14-1/2”D. Restored in a light shade of blue with brass plating aluminum castings. Depicted are two muses, standing next to two tall columns. At the center, is a large golden roman head resembling a coin. This slot machine has sleek wood paneling, an escalator bell and contains its original reel strips. There is a hairline crack on the top below the escalator window and a large crack in the case. Circa 1932. One key is provided. (Excellent). 700.00 - 1,200.00

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LOT - 927

LOT - 928

LOT - 925 925 - FANCY CAST IRON SLOT MACHINE STAND. 18”D x 21”W x 32”T. Ornate black cast iron base featuring copper highlights, with four faux marble columns and thick wood platform. (Excellent). 600.00 - 1,200.00 926 - **5¢ MILLS SILENT MYSTERY “CASTLE FRONT” SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 25”T. Mills Novelty produced these machines during the early 1930’s. The “Castle Front” name is derived from the medieval themed castings. This machine displays an older, amateur restoration to the front casting and is missing the jackpot but is in working condition. It features replacement reel strips, award card, and back door. No keys were provided. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00 927 - **25¢ MILLS OPERATORS BELL “SPEARMINT” SLOT MACHINE. 24”T x 16”W x 14-1/2”D. Unrestored with an aluminum body with sleek oak paneling. The top half has some paint loss and significant wear but the bottom half shows vibrant red and green color. Features a gooseneck bell and reel strips that need a bit of attention. The back door and award card have been replaced. There is a little window to the right with magnified glass, showing the interior. “-No Blanks- You Get A Package Of Bell Fruit Gum With Every Nickel Played.” In working order. Circa 1920-1921. No keys provided. (Good). 600.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 930

928 - **FANTASY 25¢ MILLS HOLE IN ONE SLOT MACHINE. 26”T. x 16”W x 14.5”D. This slot machine is a fantasy creation with new 3 reel strips and new black metal back door. It features one gold male golfer on each side of the jackpot and two gold golf balls in front of crossed golf clubs staggered on the top. The front casting now showing a blue splatter design over the black finish. Formerly a Cherry Front or Golden Falls slot machine but updated with a golf theme. Cabinet, back door and bonnet have been replaced. Circa 1930’s. There were 4 keys provided but only 2 open the slot machine. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,500.00 929 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY HI-TOP SLOT MACHINE. 16”D x 16”W x 25”T. Three-reel slot machine with pale gold hi-top front but is lacking the jackpot. In working condition with replacement cabinet, back bonnet, and back door. Circa 1940. Two keys are provided. (Good). 600.00 - 1,000.00 930 - **25¢ JENNINGS MS GRAND BAHAMA SLOT MACHINE. 27-1/4”T x 15-1/2”T x 17-1/2”D. Restored from the 1960 Jennings Club Chief Tic-Tac-Toe slot machine. It features a light up display, a front panel with chrome finish and red plastic columns. There is a chiefs head in gold, placed at the center. Known to be a very generous machine, “Pays 18” with 2 different tic-tac-toe payouts. Reel strips run smooth and with very minor wear throughout the machine, with the only noticeable damage on the bottom left of the base. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 600.00 - 1,200.00

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931 - GLASS FRONT OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 33-1/2”T x 38”W x 19”D. Oak wood double glass door cabinet slot machine stand with one interior shelf. Front cabinet displays frosted glass with two nude reliefs. The condition is very good throughout. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 933

932 - GLASS FRONT OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 33-1/2”T x 38”W x 19”D. Oak slot machine stand with gold claw legs and one interior shelf. Locking front doors display frosted glass with nude relief. The condition is good, however there is a noticeable crack on the right glass cabinet door. One key is provided. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 933 - GLASS FRONT OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 33-1/2”T x 38”W x 19”D. Oak slot machine stand with locking front cabinet doors and single interior shelf. The doors feature frosted glass and golden nude relief. Finish is very nice throughout. Without keys. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 934

934 - GLASS FRONT OAK QUADRUPLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 17-1/2”D x 62”W x 33-1/2”T. This oak slot machine stand features ornate metal claw feet and locking front cabinet doors with interior shelving. Two of the front doors show textured leaded glass while the other two are solid wood. Each door bears a golden nude relief. Wood finish is very nice throughout with only minor wear to the top surface. Includes three keys. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

935 - MAHOGANY AND MARBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 17”D x 19”W x 29-1/2”T. Dark mahogany stand with formerly locking front door, single interior shelf, and upper drawer. Topped with a 3/4” slab of white marble, showing a few spots of discoloration. The lock mechanism has been stripped from the door. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00

LOT - 935

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LOT - 938

LOT - 937

LOT - 939

936 - GLASS FRONT OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 38”W x 34”T. This oak slot machine stand features metal claw feet and glass front cabinet doors with a single interior shelf. Front doors show textured glass with beveled diamonds and a very nice wood finish throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 941

939 - GLASS FRONT OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 19”W x 33-3/4”T. This oak slot machine stand features metal claw feet and glass front cabinet doors with a single interior shelf. Front doors show textured and smooth glass with an etched floral motif. Wood finish is very nice throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

937 - GLASS FRONT OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 38”W x 34”T. This oak slot machine stand features metal claw feet and glass front cabinet doors with a single interior shelf. Front doors show textured glass with beveled diamonds and has a very nice wood finish is very nice throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

940 - CAST IRON SLOT MACHINE STAND. 18”D x 18”W x 33”T. Glossy red and gold painted cast iron base with square oak platform with a very nice finish throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

938 - CAST IRON SLOT MACHINE STAND. 18”D x 18”W x 30-1/2”T. Cast iron base, painted black with square oak platform and has a very nice finish throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

941 - GLASS FRONT OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 19”W x 33-3/4”T. This oak slot machine stand features metal claw feet and locking front cabinet doors with a single interior shelf. Front doors show textured and smooth glass with an etched floral motif. Wood finish is very nice throughout. The stand is unlocked and without key. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 943

LOT - 946

LOT - 945 942 - SINGLE SLOT MACHINE STAND WITH GLASS FRONT. 34”T x 17-1/2”W x 17-1/2”D. This slot machine stand is oak with a darker finish featuring claw legs and one interior shelf. The front glass door panel has a floral decal etched at the center with vertical frosted glass on both sides and lined with thin gold metal. Nice throughout with a slight scratch along the top edge but is not clearly visible. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 943 - SINGLE SLOT MACHINE STAND WITH GLASS FRONT. 34”T x 17-1/2”W x 17-1/2”D. This slot machine stand is oak with a dark finish, featuring gold claw legs and a single interior shelf. The front glass door panel has a floral decal etched at the center with vertical frosted glass on both sides and lined with thin gold metal. Nice throughout. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 944 - SINGLE SLOT MACHINE STAND WITH GLASS FRONT. 34”T x 17-1/2”W x 17-1/2”D. This slot machine stand is oak with a darker finish, featuring gold claw legs and a single interior shelf. The front glass door panel has a floral decal etched at the center with vertical frosted glass on both sides and lined with thin gold metal. Nice throughout. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 944

LOT - 947

945 - GLASS FRONT OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 19”W x 33-3/4”T. This oak slot machine stand features metal claw feet and glass front cabinet doors with a single interior shelf. Front doors show textured and smooth glass with an etched floral motif. Wood finish is very nice throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 946 - **LOT OF 2: 1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL TRADE STIMULATORS. 7-1/2”T x 8”W x 9”D. This lot of two consists of 1¢ Groetchen Tool trade stimulators both circa 1941 in working condition, sharing dimensions of 7-1/2”T x 8”W x 9”D. 1- named “Wings” is in good condition. Colored silver with red-orange painted accented features and trades a penny for cigarettes after winning either 3-5 of a kind on a 5 reel card strip. No keys. 1- named “Klix” is silver with slight fading of red and blue paint. Plays like regular blackjack with the objective to beat the hand. Two keys are provided. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 947 - **5¢ WESTERN AUTOMATIC IMPROVED ROULETTE TRADE STIMULATOR. 7”T x 11”W x 11”D. This bar top and countertop cigar trade stimulator was manufactured by the Western Automatic Machine Company of Cincinnati about 1904. The cabinet is oak with nicely detailed escutcheons and cast iron, painted gold. The numbers on the roulette wheel have faded with time but still legible. The paper decal at the center has minor wear. One key is provided. (Very Good). 700.00 - 1,500.00

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948 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY JOCKEY TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”D x 17-1/2”W x 60”T. Lovely oak cabinet featuring carved wreath details with egg-and-dart molding, showing a nice patina throughout. This machine is affixed to a newer coordinating oak stand that features recessed paneling, Greek key trim, and carved wreath motifs that compliment those found on the machine. This device also sports the original copper plated castings and marquee. The five playing card reels appear to have their original strips with the interior of the cabinet retaining the original manufacturer’s tags with serial number that coordinates with the one stamped into the cabinet. The original strips are faded with a side cash door that does not contain a lock. In working condition. Produced by the Mills Novelty Co. from 1900-1918. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 5,000.00 - 8,000.00

LOT - 949

LOT - 950

949 - **5¢ “MATCH THE PACK” COUNTERTOP TRADE STIMULATOR. 7”D x 13”W x 15”T. This trade stimulator is housed in a refinished lacquered wood case with mirrorfinished front and three central wheels kept behind glass. Players turn the knob on the side to select their brand of cigarettes, deposit their nickel, and press the lever to spin the wheels. However the are wheels aligned, determines the player’s winnings. Contains the original paper with working gumball vender. Circa 1940’s. Two keys are included. (Excellent). 1,000.00 - 2,250.00

950 - 1¢ SUPERIOR CONFECTION AUTO-DICE AMUSEMENT TABLE. 29”T x 29”W x 29”L. Square wooden table with rounded corners and central dice wheel. Depositing a coin using the coin slide shakes the dice. Produced by Superior Confection Co. in 1930. The table is sturdy and the finish shows wear commensurate with use and age. Works well. One key is provided. (Good Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

951 - **1¢ NATIONAL COIN “PENNY KING” TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”T x 9-3/4”W x 12”D. The cast aluminum body is painted avocado green with three cigarette reels and corresponding award card. National Coin produced this landmark counter game in 1934. Two keys are included. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 900.00 LOT - 948 LOT - 951 292

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LOT - 954 952 - **1¢ DAVAL TALLY TRADE STIMULATOR. 14”T x 9”W x 9”D. This trade stimulator exhibits a repaint in vibrant colors and is in very good condition. Machine sits on a rotating base and contains reel strips that have aged over time. Spin the reel, attain a 3 of a kind and trade for cigarettes. Circa 1938. Two keys are provided but does not open back door. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 953 - **LOT OF 3: COUNTERTOP TRADE STIMULATORS. Largest: 6-3/4”W x 6-1/2”D x 7-3/4”T. Includes 1Dark blue 5¢ Comet Industries MITE trade stimulator with gumball dispenser. In working condition but reels do not have strong action. Tiny white paint specks on the front with metal plaque “MITE” at the center sitting above a small window for gumballs. One key. 1- 1¢ Daval Mfg. Co. “Buddy” trade stimulator with gumball dispenser. Does not currently operate. One key. 1- 1¢ Bally Mfg. “Bally Baby” trade stimulator, not in working condition. Side lever does not go down when pushing after coin insert. Two keys. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00

954 - **5¢ ALBERT PICK FAIREST WHEEL TRADE STIMULATOR. 5-1/2”D x 14”W x 21-1/2”T. Wooden coin drop wheel trade stimulator made by Albert Pick and Co. during the early 1900’s. With metal plaque at the front of the device which reads “Albert Pick Company, Chicago” and marked beneath “Patented May 7, 1895”. With newer coin entry on top and lacking the cash box door. In working order. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 955 - **1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL SPARKS CHAMPION TRADE STIMULATOR. 12-1/2”T x 10-1/2”W x 9”D. In fair condition with noticeable markings of paint chipping, however, the combination of silver and red gives this counter top trade stimulator an overall fun appearance. One cent earns a gum ball and hitting a 3-of-a-kind player receives a token for 10-100 free plays. Circa 1940. One key is provided. (Fair). 300.00 - 500.00 956 - **1¢ BUCKLEY BAR BOY TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”T x 9-1/2”W x 9-1/2”D. This restored counter top trade stimulator, that also doubles as a gum ball vending machine, is in very condition with minor indications of wear. Three-of-a-kind wins either one whiskey, one beer, or one bottled beer. Reel strips, award card, and back door are replacements. Vendor works well. Circa 1934. One key is provided. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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957 - 1¢ DAVAL CHICAGO CLUBHOUSE TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”T x 12”W x 9-1/2”D. There are some signs of tarnishing on the metal plating but certain areas of the machine appear to have been repainted. There are two columns that are designed to resemble tall city buildings. Still contains the original reel strips and award card. Vendor is not operational. Circa 1932. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 958 - 1¢ BAKER NOVELTY KICKER AND CATCHER TRADE STIMULATOR. LOT - 957 17-1/2”T x 14”W x 8”D. Manufactured in 1935, this counter top trade stimulator is in good condition but still fun and operational. The wood paneling has faded with time and the back door panel is missing. Three balls for one cent. “Each Goal Ball Scores And Returns For An Extra Kick.” (Good). 300.00 - 800.00

LOT - 958

959 - **1¢ MILLS TARGET PRACTICE TRADE STIMULATOR. 18”T x 11-1/2”W x 7-1/2”D. As this is game of skill, drop the penny in the slot and carefully flip into the playing field. Depending on which slot the penny falls, the player gets a prize or gum. This trade stimulator has an oak interior with an aluminum body that has a copper color with green and yellow accents. Front and side panels still show its vibrant shades with the “Target Practice” marquee showing some paint loss. This unrestored device shows minor wear throughout and traces of an older repaint. One key is provided. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 960 - LOT OF 2: CRAPS TABLE COUNTER GAMES. Largest 14”D x 18”W. This lot consists of: 1- Craps table with rounded wood frame, glass top, and yellow playing field with central dice wheel. Pressing the rod all the way in shakes the dice. Wear and soiling are present to the playing field. 1- Galloping Cubes craps table from General Premium Company, Oskaloosa, Ia. Red and blue playing field with central dice wheel and glass topper. Pushing the rod is supposed to shake the dice, however, this function requires maintenance to become operational. Some cracking is present around the perimeter of the game. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 962

LOT - 961

961 - LARGE GAMBLING WHEEL. 42”D. This large wooden gambling wheel is painted red with black numerals and yellow pinstriping. There is wear throughout, looking to have aged with time and multiple use. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00 294

LOT - 959

962 - 5¢ KRAMER POCKET POOL COUNTERTOP ROULETTE GAME. 3-1/2”T x 18-1/2”W x 10”D. Insert a nickel and the center wheel begins to spin, gyrating the three pin balls. The balls land in spots that are marked with different slot machine fruit and bell symbols, roulette inspired. Depending on the outcome, player may gain points. The interior paper decal shows visible wear, especially near the corners. The wood that houses the machine shows minor abrasion. One key is provided. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 964

963 - GENCO TWO PLAYER BASKETBALL FLOOR MODEL ARCADE MACHINE. 26-3/4”W x 40”D x 72-3/4”T. This vintage arcade machine is housed in a yellow and green cabinet with star and basketball designs, showing scuffs and wear to the paint. Surrounding the playing field are three panels of glass and two joysticks in front. On the interior, the two manikins and field show some paint loss and one of the six hoops has detached. A fun game to play and in working order. Circa 1954. (Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

LOT - 963

964 - 5¢ MILLS BAG PUNCHING MACHINE ARCADE STRENGTH TESTER. 25”D x 30”W x 80”T. Mills Novelty Co. made this fun strength tester around 1903. This great machine features a nice oak cabinet with recessed paneling and decorative red painted cast iron platform and accents. In all original condition, including the dial and all-important punching bag. Without back panel. One key for cash box is included. (Good - Very Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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LOT - 967

LOT - 968

965 - 5¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE SILVER GLOVES ARCADE MACHINE. 24”D x 27”W x 68”T. International Mutoscope Reel Co. created this boxing game in 1948. One or two players operate the manikin boxers using the pistol style controls at the front of the machine. Each hit to the chin of the opponent’s figure is a knockout. Obtain three knock outs and you win! This device features a wonderful restoration. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 5,000.00 - 8,000.00 966 - 1¢ STOLLWERCK CHOCOLATE VENDING MACHINE. 32” T. Countertop vending machine with porcelain enamel cabinet that has an appearance of wood grain. In overall excellent condition with newer marquee. Circa 1888. Includes one key. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 967 - 1¢ ADAMS PEPSIN TUTTI-FRUTTI GUM VENDING MACHINE. 9-3/4”W. x 9-1/2”D. x 31-1/2”T. Housed in an L-shaped wood cabinet, this countertop vendor offered four unique flavors of Adams gum including Blood Orange, Wintergreen, Pepsin, and Chocolate. With a replacement door and paper. Circa 1890’s. Includes one key. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 3,000.00

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968 - 1¢ IDEAL HOT NUT VENDING MACHINE. 21”T x 8”W x 8”D. Manufactured by Specialty Mfg. Co. in 1940, this vendor is similar to the Cold Nut model. The difference being this machine has a heater incorporated at the base and a light at the top. Chrome plating throughout the base with simplistic design with indications of age and an etched marking on the finish reading “D.X. Lec.”. Two keys are provided. Works well. (Good). 1,000.00 - 2,500.00

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LOT - 970

LOT - 971

LOT - 972

969 - 1¢ WRIGLEY’S CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 15” T. x 7-1/2” W. x 10” D. Circa 1927. Manufactured by the Hoff Vending Co. This penny vendor’s mechanism is made of pot metal and most are not in working condition. This unit does not work. Exterior is very good condition showing an older repaint. Overall condition is fair, unrestored. Includes 1 key. (Good). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 970 - 10PF REICHERT’S HEXEN-HAUSCHEN “GINGERBREAD HOUSE” AUTOMATON VENDOR. 12”D x 21-1/2”W x 25-1/2”T. Richard Reichert of Germany produced this charming candy vendor with Hansel and Gretel automaton scene around 1928. The sheet metal cabinet is made to look like a gingerbread house decorated with an assortment of sweets, and when a coin is deposited and the handle is cranked, the automaton scene is supposed to be set into motion. The vendor mechanism on this device is operational and the figures move. Some wear is present throughout. One key is provided. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,500.00 971 - 10¢ NORRIS “MASTER” PRO-PHY-LAC-TIC VENDING MACHINE. 4”D x 5-1/2”W x 20”T. An early model with nickel-plated brass front casting without hump-shaped slug rejector. In working order. Produced by Norris Manufacturing during the 1920’s. Very few of this early version are known. Two keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00 972 - 1¢ NATIONAL NOVELTY CO. PEANUT VENDING MACHINE. 14-1/2”T. This countertop vendor features a red cast iron base and a teardrop shaped glass globe. Showing some minor paint loss and a crack in the globe but displays nicely. In working order without product. Circa 1910. Includes three keys. (Very Good). 500.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 974

973 - 1¢ PULVER BLUE PORCELAIN GUM VENDING MACHINE. 21”T. x 4-1/2”D. x 9”W. This two column wall mount vendor features the tin litho Yellow Kid automaton. Blue porcelain enamel is free from chips and shows a few regions of repair. In working order. Circa 1930. Includes two keys. (Restored). 1,000.00 - 1,500.00 974 - 1¢ THE DAINTY CONFECTION CHIC-MINT GUM BALL MACHINE. 12”T x 7”Dia. Manufactured by Chic-Mint Gum Company in 1915. Has a fire engine sheet metal body with a cast iron mechanism and clear glass globe. There are indications of wear throughout with visible chips to the painted surface. One key is provided. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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LOT - 975

LOT - 976

LOT - 977

975 - 5¢ COLUMBUS MODEL B GUM BALL MACHINE. 18”T x 9”Dia. This product is similar to the Model A but features a different dispensing tray. It is nicknamed “Long Gate” and is much more rare. Originally having a green finish, this machine has been repainted with red and black on the cast iron body. It is in very good condition with signs of wear on the interior. Circa 1912. One key is provided. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 976 - 1¢ NORTHWESTERN MODEL 33 JUNIOR VENDING MACHINE. 12-1/2”T. This octagonal shaped gumball vendor was designed to supplement regular vendors in locations where the space was limited. With an identical mechanism to the Model 33 peanut machine and white porcelain top and body. The globe label reads “1¢ Try Some!”. Showing some wear to the interior mechanism. Includes one key. Circa 1933. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 977 - VICTOR III TABLETOP PHONOGRAPH. 30-1/4”T. x 21-3/4”W. x 27”D. The Victor III was the direct descendant of the Victor Monarch. This machine features a rear mount tonearm and a beautiful “spearpoint” wood horn that measures 21-3/4” diameter at the opening. Serial No. 36714 A. Circa 1910. (Very Good). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 298

LOT - 978

978 - 25¢ MODEL 143DG CAROUSEL ORGAN. 84”T x 43”W x 23”D. As this is no ordinary oak wood cabinet, it contains a multitude of instruments that can be played all at once after a quarter is inserted. It is comprised of a 27-note glockenspiel, 43 calliope pipes, triangle, tambourine, cymbals, base and snare drumcreating one beautiful, masterful sound. It features a glass interior display beneath the open front and intricate aluminum details, painted gold. The bi-fold doors are missing, the bottom panel leans backward after it is locked and there are signs of wear, seen on the bottom right. The overall appearance is spectacular. All components are functional. Includes one key. (Very Good). 3,000.00 - 6,000.00

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LOT - 979

979 - LOT OF 3: INLAID CYLINDER MUSIC BOX, TABLE, AND CYLINDER CABINET. 27”D x 53-1/2”W x 50”T. Including 1 - Music box measuring 18”D x 48”W x 11”T with book match maple burl veneer and inlaid trim with a cylinder in place; 1 - Matching maple burl veneer table with one drawer containing six additional cylinders, without key; 1 - Four-drawer wooden cabinet filled with 15, 23” musical cylinders, measuring 21”D x 32”W x 18-1/2”T. There is a crack on the front left corner of the top of the cabinet. The wood condition of the music box and matching table is beautiful throughout and the music box plays beautifully. (Excellent). 8,000.00 - 12,000.00

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LOT - 980

980 - EDISON CLASS M PHONOGRAPH. 6”D x 20”W x 10”T. The Edison Class M Phonograph was known as the first successful phonograph and was produced during the late 1870’s. In remarkable condition with possibly refinished case, excellent bedplate, and golden detail. This phonograph features a multitude of amenities - Class M motor, brass mandrel, shaver, Model B reproducer, and seven sets of listening tubes. This device also features new swarf and accessory drawers, new leather belts, as well as a Grenet type battery, two recording tubes, and a listening tube crescent. Serial No.9002. (Very Good). 15,000.00 - 30,000.00

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LOT - 981

981 - BERGER & FILS SWISS MANDOLINE MUSIC BOX. 14-1/2”D x 34-1/2”W x 9-1/2”T. Late 19th Century music box with wonderful maple burl veneer and fixed music cylinder. All of the teeth on the comb are intact. Plays beautifully. (Very Good). 4,000.00 - 8,000.00 982 - KALLIOPE MODEL 107 MUSIC BOX. 10-1/2”T x 28”W x 21”D. Though there are signs of age throughout and a missing back right peg leg, this disc playing music box has an attractive appearance. When opened, “Kalliope” can be seen engraved on the underside of the lid. Manufactured in Germany with an exquisite carved walnut cabinet, a clock work mechanism and a single comb with 82 teeth. Comes with 18 musical discs at 17-3/4” diameter each. Model No. 107. Serial No. 45068. Circa 1905. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,500.00

LOT - 982

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LOT - 983

983 - EDISON AMBEROLA MODEL 30 CYLINDER PHONOGRAPH WITH 73 CYLINDERS. 16”D x 12-1/2”W x 13”T. This tabletop cylinder player is housed in a golden oak case showing very little wear. In excellent playing condition showing minor discoloration to the front speaker mesh. Also included is a large assortment of 73 cylinders. (Very Good - Excellent). 600.00 - 1,500.00 984 - SINGING BIRD AUTOMATON IN CAGE WITH FLOOR STAND. Stand: 62”T. x 12”W. This antique brass and wood bird cage houses two birds, one on a perch and the other on a leaf. The wood base of the cage has been painted to match the upper wire portion as well as the stand. In working order; when wound, the two birds sing and move their tails, heads, and beaks. Bird cage measures 17” tall x 9-1/2” wide, corner shows some damage. Includes a winding key. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00 985 - RONALD MCDONALD STATUE. 30”D x 30”W x 78”T. Life-sized fiberglass statue of the famous McDonald’s clown. Showing very minimal wear. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 900.00

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986 - WOOD DISPLAY CABINET. 13”W. x 42”L. x 20-1/2”T. Trapezoid-shaped cabinet made of oak wood. Having egg & dart upper molding and four glass panels. Minor surface wear. (Good-Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00 987 - LIGHTED DISPLAY CASE. 36”T. x 31”W. x 20”D. This small, wood display case has a glass front and top and access doors in the rear. There are lights along the front upper edge. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 986

LOT - 987

LOT - 988

988 - GUNS & AMMUNITION STORE ADVERTISING COWBOY FIGURE. 58-1/2”H. x 15”W. x 13-1/2”D. This figural cowboy sign is carved solid wood. The hand painted wood has some minor paint loss, but it does not detract from the look of the piece. He is standing on a plywood plinth with iron casters. Some minor cracking. (Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00

LOT - 989

989 - LOT OF 2: MANNEQUIN AND CHAIR. 24”W x 24”D x 50”T. This lot includes one mannequin, stuffed with fiberglass insulation and dressed in a plaid shirt and faded black slacks. The man has composite hands and realistically painted face. He is also wearing worn boots, a braided black wig, and orange felt hat. He is sitting in a wooden low-arm dining chair. Repairs have been made to the head. (Fair - Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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LOT - 991

LOT - 993

LOT - 994

990 - FIGURAL WOOD BUTLER SMOKING STAND. 15”D x 10”W x 34”T. Wooden stand of a butler holding an ashtray. Wear is present throughout. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00 991 - LOT OF 2: FIGURAL EAT-IT-ALL ICE CREAM CONE DISPLAYS. 21”T. Including one with pink “strawberry” ice cream and the other with green “mint” ice cream showing a slightly speckled appearance overall. Made from a heavy composite, plaster-like material, these ice cream parlor display pieces stand upright with ease and show only a few small chips or regions of paint loss. (Excellent). 200.00 - 500.00 992 - PAIR OF COFFIN STANDS. Each: 17”W x 19”T x 6”D. This lot includes a single set of two ornate brass, Victorian era pieces originally used as stands to support each end of a coffin. Would make a unique coffee table base. Circa late 1890’s-early 1900’s. (Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00

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993 - MERKLE’S BLU-J BROOM RACK. 34-1/2”T x 23”W x 10”D. Used as a store display, this rack is made of cast iron with two embossed tin signs placed on opposite sides of each other. The top bar reads “Try A Merkle Blu-J Broom” with the tin signs reading “Saves Rugs Carpets And Labor.” There is a depiction of a blue jay bird standing on top of a broom. Beneath “Merkle Broom Co. The Largest Broom Factory In The World. Paris, Ill. Established in 1879.” Circa 1920’s. The tin adverts show minor signs of age but rack itself is worn. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 994 - FRAMED MAJESTIC LION PRINT. 37”T x 46-1/2”D. Sepia toned print of a lion laying on his stomach, radiating a wise and majestic look. The use of white in this print is seen on the lions whiskers and mane, giving a very detailed impression. Bordering the mahogany wood frame is a gold Victorian design perimeter. Interior is superb with wear shown only along the edges of the frame. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 996

LOT - 997

LOT - 998

995 - FRAMED ROARING TIGER PRINT. 37-1/2”T x 48”W. A large print of a fierce tiger laying on its stomach, displaying a ferocious roar. It is a very detailed sepia tone print, that can be seen through the glare of the tigers eyes to the stripes on its body. The print is framed by mahogany wood with an outer gold Victorian design border. Set behind glass, the print is is immaculate with wear only see on the edges and corners of the frame. Print is similar to one seen during the Arts and Crafts movement of the early 20th century. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00 996 - BEECH-NUT CHEWING TOBACCO. 30”T x 46-1/4”W. Single-sided porcelain sign colored in navy with white lettering. It features a large rectangular package, painted with bright orange stripes at the center, reading “Lorillards 10¢” at the top and “Extra Picked” beneath the illustration. Stretched across the bottom reads “Quality Made It Famous.” There is wear throughout with paint chipping and minor signs of erosion down the center. Signed at the bottom is “No. 43”. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

LOT - 999

997 - SUNLAND GASOLINE GAS PUMP GLOBE . 18”T x 15-1/2”W x 5-1/2”D. Made of iron with glass lenses, it is colored in a vibrant orange with minor paint loss seen along the edges. “HO Higher Octane” is exhibited above “Sunland Refining Corporation” within a parallelogram center. Circa 1940’s. Great display. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00 998 - WOMEN’S MAYFLOWER SHOE TIN SIGN. 26”T x 16”W. This is a Roberts, Johnson And Rand Shoe Co. painted tin advertisement. For $2.50, customers can purchase “Women’s Mayflower Shoe” and on the market “Star Brand Shoes Are Better.” There is a depiction of a lovely woman with a faint smile and blue eyes centered around a green background. The frame is painted to appear as wood. Wear throughout with paint loss seen on the woman’s face. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 999 - LOT OF 2: BAGGAGE AND EXPRESS SIGNS. 4”T x 20”W. This lot is comprised of two blue and white, single-sided porcelain enamel signs. The first reads “BAGGAGE” and the second reads “EXPRESS”. Both signs have small chips in the enamel. (Excellent). 300.00 - 800.00

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1000 - RED GIBSON GIRL CHROMOLITHOGRAPH. 17-1/2”W x 30”T. Featuring a beautiful Gibson Girl outfitted from head to toe in red, holding a fan and stringing a ribbon above her head. Professionally framed in a decorative wooden frame. Minor wear can be seen along the edges of the frame. Circa 1904. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

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1001 - CIGAR STORE HUMIDOR. 12”W x 14”D x 18”T. German silver trim with white porcelain tiles on all sides of the humidor. Made by Wilke Mfg. Co.- Anderson, IN. as indicated on the maker’s tag. Patented 1902. Designed for cigar boxes. Includes key. Some of the tiles show cracking and minor discoloration. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1002 - LOT OF 2: TIN LITHO STORE BINS. Largest 9-1/2”W x 12-1/2”D x 13-1/2”T. This lot of two is comprised of: 1- Cylinder front with Victorian scenes. Red and black. Marked “LILLIBRIDGES Pat. Feb. 17, 1874.” Showing some scratches around the bin; 1- Y. Hyson Tea bin with bowed front and slanted top. Black and red, oriental design. Store bin with hold up lid. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1003 - LOT OF 2: INDIAN MOTIF CELLULOID PIPE BOX AND PHOTO ALBUM. Largest: 10-1/2”T x 8-1/2”W x 2”D. Including 1 - Empty photo album showing pristine images of an Indian chief, has some hand writing and cloth lining on the inside. Uses a side hook to close. Measuring 10-1/2”T x 8-1/2”W x 2”D.; 1 - Small pipe box with floral design and a picture of an Indian chief on the top. Blue liner has some stains. Measuring 2”T x 4”D x 6”W. Circa 1900. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1004 - LOT OF 2: INDIAN MOTIF CELLULOID MEN’S COLLAR & TIE BOXES. Largest: 4-1/2”D x 12”W x 3”T. Including 1 - Collar box with pristine images of an Indian Chief and Brave on rich colored backgrounds and pink paper liner inside. Front folding lock is broken. Measuring 6”W x 5”T x 6”D.; 1 - Tie box showing a flower background with Indian Chief in the middle of the lid, rectangle shaped with pink cloth liner inside. Measuring 12”W x 3”T x 4-1/2”D. Circa 1900. (Very Good). 300.00 - 400.00 306

LOT - 1005 1005 - LOT OF 3: GENERAL STORE BINS. Largest: 32”T x 15”D x 12”W. Including 1 - Cathedral style baking power bin from Cincinnati, with patent date July 9, 1879. Features a bowed door in front with decorative pin stripping on all sides and top and Victorian ladies decal on rear. No dents but does show wear throughout. A most unusual shape with removable cathedral peak for filling. 21”T x 15”D x 12”W.; 1 - Mustard flower bin with an image of a Victorian lady on front. No dents, but has scratches and paint has faded in some areas. 9”T x 7”W x 8”D.; 1 - Mace bin with a floral design on front of the bin and a bowed door above. No dents, but paint has faded off on the side and has some scratches. 10”T x 9”W x 14”D. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00

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1006 - SHAMROCK DAIRY PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 66”W x 22-1/2”T. This large single sided sign features an image of a leprechaun and clovers in green and orange on a white background. Reads “Golden Guernsey - America’s Table Milk”. Showing some enamel loss in the field but mainly at the mounting holes. Good color and shine. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1007 - LOT OF 2: HERSHEY VENDOR AND MILKSHAKE MIXER. Largest 6”D x 4-1/2”W x 17-1/2”T. This lot is made up of: 1- 1¢ Walzer Moderne Vendor Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Vendor. The pale green cabinet is oxidized throughout and is without keys. The front glass panel is cracked. 6”D x 4-1/2”W x 17-1/2”T. 1- Hamilton Beach Mfg. Co. milkshake mixer on white marble plinth. 10”D x 6”W x 14”T. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00 1008 - FIGURAL BOOT TRADE SIGN. 6”D x 20”W x 30”T. Wood boot sign with loops on top for hanging. Silver in color with spots of oxidation and wear throughout. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00

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1010 - STICKNEY’S NEW TARIFF CIGAR ADVERTISMENT. Largest 6-1/2”T x 9-1/2”W. Green metal sign with golden and red lettering reading “Stickney’s New Tariff 5¢ Cigar”, 6-1/2”T x 9-1/2”W. Set on a copper finished metal base sculpture of a boy and his dog, 4”D x 6”T. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1011 - SILVER FIGURAL KEROSENE LIGHTER. 5-1/4”D x 9”T. Beautiful silver lighter features a scalloped dish base with decorative column and upper well with three daubers, accented with three horse heads. Nice patina throughout. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1012 - JUMBO MODEL INGERSOLL WATCH. 2-1/4”D x 7-1/4”W x 10”T. A larger than life sized watch circa early 20th Century. Some mild wear is evident along the edges and is not presently in working order. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

1009 - BIRDHOUSE FEEDER CIGAR HOLDER. 13”T x 6”Dia. Displayed as a brass birdhouse feeder, this chalice can hold an abundance of cigars. Below the feeder is a mini basket and bucket to hold a match box and ashtray. Its circular base displays a golden dog next to gardening tools with the golden feeder just above, decorated with birds. There are clear signs of wear throughout, with visible oxidation along the back of the base. The cup has a diameter of 3-1/4”. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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1015 - LOT OF 3: FRAMED FLOUR SACKS. Largest 21”W x 30”T. This lot is made up of three framed flour sacks including: 1Dixie Rose Self-Rising Flour. With white cloth and colorful screen printed lettering and image of roses, 17-1/2”W x 28-1/2”T; 1- Daisy Roller Mills Pearl Flour. With off-white cloth and screen printed lettering and image of a flour mill, 21”W x 30”T; 1- Beaver Head Hard Wheat Flour. With white cloth and screen printed lettering and image of a beaver, 17-1/2”W x 28-3/4”T. Each of the flour sacks are professionally framed behind glass. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1016 1013 - GENERAL ELECTRIC NOVALUX TRAFFIC SIGNAL. 42”T x 29”W x 29”D. A 4-way stoplight used to signal traffic on the streets of busy cities and quiet towns. It is manufactured by General Electric under the Novalux name, which was later sold off to Econolite in 1957. Serial #: 2TF3D18. This model has ceramic bowl reflectors, span wire hangers and brick pattern lenses with the “GE” logo embossed at the center. The brick lenses were introduced later in 1948. It has significant paint loss with wear throughout and the glass on one of the red lights has been cracked. (Fair). 300.00 - 800.00 1014 - PRINTED DE LAVAL SEPARATOR COMPANY ADVERTISEMENT. 41-1/4”T x 24”D. Framed print of the “De Laval Cream Separators” as it is “The Worlds Standard 1,750,000 In Daily Use.” Displayed is a woman in a long dress and bonnet, happily using the De Laval No. 15 to separate the cream, standing in front of colorful landscape. Copyright 1914. Mounted in a natural wood frame with green mat. (Excellent). 300.00 - 700.00 308

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1016 - LOT OF 2: BUTTE, MONTANA FURNITURE AND DAIRY ADVERTISING. 15”T x 25”W. This lot of two consists of 1- “Shiner Furniture and Hardware Co. of Butte, Montana” promotional sign. The advertisement is marketing the “Monarch Malleable” with a depiction of a lovely homemaker prepping in the kitchen. 15”T x 25”W. 1- “Montana Diary” advertisement next to an illustration of a mother and her baby feeding a cow some grass. “The milk for the baby’s bottle should be the very BEST you can buy...” 15”T x 25”W. Both signs only show wear along the black frame while the interior pictures are immaculate. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1017 - EASON GASOLINE GAS PUMP GLOBE. 17”T x 16”W x 7”D. White milk glass glass globe with glass lenses in immaculate condition. Large red “E” in the center surrounded by a green circular border. “Eason Gasoline” sits within the border in white lettering. Manufactured by The Cincinnati Adverting Products Co. Circa 1930’s. (Excellent). 300.00 - 800.00 1018 - SEIDAL & NAUMAN ERIKA NO. 5 TYPEWRITER. 5-1/2”T x 12-1/2”W x 12”D. Black metal typewriter with white keys and minor gold details. Showing the traditional QWERTY keyboard with a few keys rearranged, some written in German. Fully operational; types well. Carriage must be unlocked in order for it to return and has a lever to the left to rotate paper forward. Comes with cover. Base shows wear. Circa 1931. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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1019 - REMINGTON NOISELESS NO. 7 TYPEWRITER. 7”T x 13-1/2”W x 13”D. Black metal type writer with a black QWERTY keyboard and silver details. Comes with a grey zip around case. Operates properly, keys run smooth. Carriage does not return automatically. There are visible signs of wear throughout and can be seen along the CR. With the serial number being H62141, this was possibly manufactured in the late 1940’s. (Good). 200.00 - 600.00 1020 - ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITER. 11”D x 12”W x 5”T. The Royal Typewriter Company introduced this beautiful emerald green typewriter in 1930. This is actually the second model of the Portable which features a tabulator whereas the first model did not. (Good). 200.00 - 600.00 1021 - BLICKENSDERFER MODEL 7 TYPEWRITER. 6-3/4”T x 13-1/2”W x 10-1/2”D. Also known as the London Blicks, this device was manufactured from 1897-1907. It does not have a full body but instead showcases the mechanical operation. It is mostly made of iron that sits on an oak base and comes with an oak cover. Has a random arrangement of keys with a rotary type wheel. The bell does not ring and the carriage must be returned manually. Has signs of wear throughout. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00 1022 - CORONA NO. 3 TYPEWRITER. 6”T x 10-1/2”W x 10”D. Manufactured in 1912, this typewriter was the favorite of the British Army in WWI. It has a compact construction with a fold-able design. It has a black metal body with off-white keys. Exhibits a clean appearance with few signs of age. However, the operation of the typewriter needs some maintenance as the keys occasionally get stuck. (Good). 200.00 - 600.00 1023 - WOODSTOCK NO.5 TYPEWRITER. 13”D x 17”W x 9-1/2”T. This hefty typewriter sports a black metal frame with silver rimmed keys and enclosed sides. With golden lettering and a cameo of the Greek God Hermes on the paper table. Circa 1933. (Good). 200.00 - 600.00

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1024 - WOMAN’S VICTORIAN HAT. 18 - 1/4” Dia. Very early hat with a velvet wrap affixed to it. Has a few thread pulls but overall it is in great condition. (Very Good Plus). 200.00 - 400.00 1025 - ANTIQUE WOODEN DICE SHAKER. 6 - 1/2” T. Great condition with almost no wear. (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 1026 - UNDERWOOD NO. 11 TYPEWRITER. 9-1/2”T x 17”W x 13”D. While the overall appearance is good with only minor signs of wear, and it is still operational, the keys occasionally get stuck. The ink ribbon needs to be replaced but the carriage still returns properly. It has a black cast iron body with a black QWERTY keyboard and a few gold details. Circa 1923. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00

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1027 - ROYAL STANDARD PORTABLE TYPEWRITER. 6”T x 12”W x 11”D. Manufactured in 1936, this device is in its original excellent condition due to its glossy black painted finish, showing very minor signs of wear. The best seller of its time, it had fancy new features such as the touch control that allows a typist to choose the keys’ resistance. Other features were finger comfort keys and dust protection. Carriage does not have an automatic return and must rotate paper upward manually. (Excellent). 100.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 1031 1031 - REMINGTON RAND NO. 5 TYPEWRITER. 6”T x 12”W x 12”D. Though it was manufactured in 1935, this typewriter had better features than most from its sleek and rounded design to its perfect indent bar. It features a cast iron body with a black QWERTY keyboard and red colored details. Does not have a bell and is a manual carriage return. The overall appearance is very good but shows signs of oxidation near and on the carriage return. Types especially smooth, and the keys rarely stick. (Very Good). 100.00 - 400.00

1028 - REMINGTON MODEL 1 PORTABLE TYPEWRITER. 11”D x 12-1/2”W x 5”T. The Remington Typewriter Company made the Model 1 from 1938-1940. A classic-looking typewriter with sleek black metal body and silver rimmed black keys. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00

1032 - THE PEASE CLOTHES TREE FLOOR STAND. 68”T x 21”W x 19”D. This clothes rack features twelve wooden rods arranged around each level. The red painted metal rolling base shows some paint loss throughout. This H.G. Wood Mfg. Co. Dexter, Maine stand includes a label with patent date circa 1923. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00

1029 - NATIONAL COMBINATION NO. 5 PORTABLE TYPEWRITER. 10-1/2”D x 11-1/2”W x 6-1/2”T. This small typewriter was advertised, as evident in the decal on the paper table, as both light enough to be portable, yet substantial enough to be used as a stationary typewriter. Circa 1920. (Good). 100.00 - 400.00

1033 - BADGER’S FIRE EXTINGUISHER. 23-1/2”T. Copper and brass antique fire extinguisher with rubber hose, made by Badger’s Fire Extinguisher Co. Inc. Nice patina throughout. (Very Good). 100.00 - 200.00

1030 - REMINGTON RAND NO. 5 STREAMLINE PORTABLE TYPEWRITER. 11-1/2”D x 12”W x 5-1/2”T. Named for its sleek and streamlined body, this portable typewriter features a unique “Self-Starter” key that was used in a similar manner to a modern Tab function. Circa 1935. (Good). 100.00 - 400.00 LOT - 1032 310

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1034 - NEEDLEPOINT EMBROIDERY OF AN INDIAN CHIEF. 22”W x 23-1/2”T. Looped needlepoint embroidery of a Native American Indian Chief in a colorful feathered headdress. The canvas backing shows discoloration. The piece is matted and sealed in plastic. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

1037 - NEEDLEPOINT EMBROIDERY OF AN INDIAN CHIEF IN FRAME. 15-3/4”W x 18-3/4”T. Colorfully embroidered depiction of an Arapaho Native American Indian Chief. With subtle use of metallic thread and beaded accents. Set behind glass in a period frame. Circa 1940’s. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

1035 - LARGE LOT OF VINTAGE VENDING MERCHANDISE. Largest: 3-1/2”T x 6”W x 5-1/2”D. Assorted bunch of vending products, once ideally used for vintage dispensing vendors. This package includes many items such as gum in a variety of different brands, mints of different flavors and wooden blocks wrapped in a diverse collection of labels. All items are of different size, shape and color. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00

1038 - LOT OF 2: NATIVE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER TURQUOISE BANGLE AND RING. Largest: 1”T x 2-1/4”W. This lot of two pieces of jewelry is a matching bangle bracelet and ring with “SP” signed on the back of both. The pair have multiple turquoise stones lined vertically with randomly placed coral and black stones set in the sterling and centered. Definitely a beautiful duo. Bangle measures 1” tall x 2-1/4” wide, and the ring measures over 1” tall. (Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00

1036 - HARPER’S WEEKLY 1864 ILLUSTRATION OF CUSTER IN FRAME. 12-1/2”W x 17-1/2”T. Offered is an immaculate cover of Harper’s Weekly Newspaper from March 19, 1864 featuring an illustration of Brigadier-General George A. Custer, originally photographed by Brady. The paper is professionally set behind glass in a contemporary frame. (Excellent). 400.00 - 600.00

1039 - STERLING SILVER AND TURQUOISE BRACELET. 2”D x 3”W x 3-3/4”T. This Native American style cuff bracelet is crafted out of sterling silver and is decorated in many oval and triangular turquoise cabochons. Each of the stones have a beautiful vein matrix which gives an almost golden appearance. The reverse side of the cuff is stamped “Sterling JW”. An exquisite piece! (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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1040 - LOT OF 2: NATIVE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER CUFF AND BRACELET WITH STONES. Largest: 3”T x 3”W. This lot of two is a pair of cuffs, one large and one small, both in sterling silver. Includes 1 - larger cuff with 4 beautiful Royston turquoise stones set in an ornate sterling. The all over construction of this bracelet has welded flowers and engraved Native American symmetrical designs. A stunning standalone piece, stamped “AC” on the back. Measures 3” tall x 3” wide. Also includes 1 - smaller bangle with rustic filigree centered between two large Royston turquoise stones. The perfect subtle partner to the cuff. Measures 1-1/4” tall x 2-1/2” wide. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00 1041 - LOT OF 2: STERLING SILVER AND TURQUOISE BRACELETS. Largest: 2-3/4”D x 4-3/4”W x 5-1/2”T. This lot features two sterling silver bracelet cuffs with large turquoise stones. The larger stones display their raw, natural, porous texture and unique matrixing. Includes 1 - with a face measuring 4-3/4” wide x 5-1/2” tall that bears six large turquoise stones with five smaller stones around the perimeter. Set in sterling silver with a three-pronged cuff. Quite the statement piece! Also includes 1 - bracelet that is not as large, measuring 2-1/2” wide x 3” tall, yet has a beautiful presence. It features a large central turquoise stone surrounded by smaller turquoise and jasper cabochons and sterling rope filigree. The underside of the cuff is stamped with two paw print maker’s marks. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1042 - LOT OF 4: VARIETY OF NATIVE AMERICAN STERLING JEWELRY. Largest: 1”T x 2-3/4”W. This lot consists of 1 - Native American bracelet with a large open center. One side of the bracelet begins to claw toward the 4 stones of different colors, nearly touching at the center. “Mexico T.B 925” is engraved within. Measures 1” tall x 2-3/4” wide. Also includes 1 - sterling silver bangle with five vertically lined inset coral stones. Measures 2-1/4” wide. The rest of the lot are 2 sterling silver rings but neither are stamped. One has a large Tiger’s Eye oval stone centered in the middle, measuring over 1” tall, and one has a more interesting shape with unique design engraved throughout. Inlaid in a diagonal direction is a small brown stone. Measures 1-1/2” tall. (Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00 312

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1043 - ORNATE FIGURAL CHERUB MIRROR. 4”D x 5”W x 9”T. Small golden mirror with cherub figure holding a painter’s palette. Made of brass with some spots of verdigris and oxidation. (Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00 1044 - CARVED WOOD ANTELOPE INKWELL. 6-1/2”D x 9”W x 5-1/2”T. Finely detailed carving of an antelope and rabbit nestled in the roots of an old tree, the trunk of which serves as a cup for cigars. Tip the head of the antelope back to reveal a well for ink. With three Garcia & Vega cigars. (Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00 1045 - **25¢ TOM BOLAND MILLS LADY FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2” x 14” x 24”. This unusual tabletop machine is very similar to Tom Boland’s Film Stars circa 1948, showing a single reel with the names of popular actors and actresses. Cast iron cabinet has been repainted blue with “The Very Latest” marquee, an ill-fitted wood back door, and replacement awards cards. In working condition with skill stop, this machine plays well using US quarters. Circa 1939. Includes key. (Good). 600.00 - 1,200.00 1046 - **5¢ MILLS TWIN JACKPOT REVAMP GOOSENECK BELL SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 16”D. The Mills Novelty Co. released this machine in 1933. The top sign indicates that the machine will only dispense tokens and refers to it as a vendor. Instead of tokens, the visible twin jackpots are full of nickels. The cast aluminum front and top are stippled and are painted with red and orange. The sides of the cabinet and base are oak. Reel strips and back door are replacements. Includes key. (Very Good). 600.00 - 1,000.00

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1047 - **5¢ PACE/JENNINGS BUTTERFLY REVAMP SLOT MACHINE. 14”D x 16”W x 24”T. An exquisite three-reel machine with a lovely nickel plated front casting featuring the image of poinsettia flowers and a yellow butterfly. This machine is similar to the Mills Poinsettia slot machine. Circa 1930. Includes two keys. (Excellent). 600.00 - 1,000.00 1048 - **5¢ PACE MFG. CO. PACE’S REELS CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 32” x 23” x 42”T. This floor model machine is housed in a larger cabinet than many Pace’s Reels, as it features a pinball skill field to the right of the reels. Top reverse glass cover has good color with some loss and the wood cabinet is nice overall. Concealed payout cup has a “Comet” cover. Power cord is worn. Circa 1939. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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1049 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS GOOD LUCK SLOT MACHINE. 45”T x 16-1/2”W x 15”D. This is a possibly restored piece with the same objective, made of porcelain instead of wood. Colored in a bright inviting yellow, light blue and silver. The payout tray pulls out at the bottom. Works well. Circa 1938. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 1050 - **LOT OF 2: 25¢ H.C. EVANS SARATOGA SWEEPSTAKES TRADE STIMULATOR WITH STAND. Largest: 21-1/2”D x 21-1/2”W x 26”T. H.C. Evans & Co. produced this fun horse racing themed trade stimulator around 1933. This version of the game does not have the odds changer dial. It features a very nice two-toned wood cabinet with clear glass dome over the brightly colored mechanism. Includes three keys. Measures 19” deep x 19” wide x 12” tall. The Sweepstakes is resting on a nice wooden stand with lower shelf. In working condition. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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1051 - **50¢ PRD MERKUR SLOT MACHINE. 24”T x 16”W x 16”D. This tabletop, three-reel slot machine has a textured finish to the paint of the front casting. Plaque on mechanism is marked “Automofenbau Rhein-Ruhr Model Hero D No. 42119968.” Wood base shows wear. Plays well with a single 50¢ coin only. Includes key. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 1052 - **5¢ PACE “CHERRY BELL” SLOT MACHINE. 24-1/2”T x 17”W x 16”D. Pace Mfg. produced this three-reel slot machine in 1945. It features a cast aluminum front with twin jackpots, a coin elevator, and three fruit reels. The mechanism is completely frozen. Includes key. (Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 1053 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. DOUGHBOY SLOT MACHINE. 16”W x 15”D x 22-1/2”T. This three reel machine features chrome details and a front jackpot. Not in working condition, it takes a coin, and lever pulls but the reels do not turn. Showing some scratches and peeling to the blue paint in a few areas. In working condition but requires maintenance with minor interior clean up needed. Includes three keys. Circa 1935. (Good). 400.00 - 600.00 1054 - **5¢ KEENEY BONUS SUPER BELL CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 24”D x 32”W x 56”T. An interesting slot machine that is different than the standard one-armed bandit style. This floor model features horizontal reels and a dial that players push to the left or right to spin the reels. With a polychromatic wooden cabinet and vibrant glass. Plays well and pays out. Three keys are provided. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

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1055 - **1¢ ALLWINS LUCKY CIRCLE SLOT MACHINE ON STAND. 64”T x 24-1/2”W x 12-1/2”D. This English slot machine only takes English pennies. It was manufactured in the 1930’s and is in very good condition, possibly being a restored piece. It has oak wood paneling while the interior has a red velvet border with a complex design of metal plating in each corner, painted gold. The background has diagonal stripes colored in yellow, red and blue. Beneath the game is a cabinet with a single interior shelf made for extra storage. Includes one key, with two additional keys locked inside the coin box. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00

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1056 - **25¢ H.C. EVANS SARATOGA SWEEPSTAKES HORSE RACE TRADE STIMULATOR. 10”T x 19-1/2”W x 19”D. This is a coin drop, counter top machine. Center pole reads the objective, “Winner Closest Horse This Side Of The Wire.” Contains 6 race horses, each hand painted a different color. Made mostly of oak wood with a bright green interior and a glass dome covering the whole circumference of the race track. There are subtle hints of gold throughout. Possible restoration with minimal wear. Works well. (Very Good). 400.00 - 1,000.00 1057 - **1D ENGLISH SCREEN STARS SLOT MACHINE. 24-1/2”T x 13-3/4”W x 14”D. This single reel machine accepts British pennies and requires the insertion of another penny to receive the award from the previous spin. Wood sides and base with an aluminum front. Does not include key. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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1058 - DOUBLE GLASS DOOR OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 33-1/2”T x 38”W x 19”D. Oak wood double glass door cabinet with brass claw feet. Door are etched glass with 4 diamond shapes embedded in each corner. Aside from the minor scratches, the condition of the slot machine stand is good, but with a crack on both panels, located in the center right, measuring 2-1/2 inches across. Includes one interior shelf and one key. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1059 - DOUBLE GLASS DOOR OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 33-1/2”T x 38”W x 19”D. Oak wood double glass door cabinet slot machine stand with brass claw feet. Door features an etched glass frame surrounding a rectangular crystal clear glass. An oval shaped glass is centered in the middle, displaying a frosted glass design of a bouquet of roses. With little to no signs of wear, this stand is in excellent condition. Includes key. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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1060 - LIGHT OAK TOP ORNATE CAST IRON SLOT MACHINE STAND. 30”T x 18”W x 18”D. Light or faded oak table top slot machine stand. It has an elaborate single silver-colored cast iron design leg with hints of gold markings and a vertical length of 28 inches. It is in very good condition with minor scratches. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

1062 - DOUBLE GLASS DOOR OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND WITH NUDE WOMAN. 33-1/2”T x 38”W x 19”D. Oak wood double glass cabinet door slot machine stand with brass claw feet and one interior shelf. Front of the cabinet displays an etched glass frame with a brass plate centered on each door. Casting features a semi-naked woman wrapped in cloth. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

1061 - DOUBLE GLASS DOOR OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 33-1/2”T x 38”W x 19”D. Oak wood double glass cabinet door slot machine stand with brass claw feet. Doors display an etched glass frame and 4 beveled glass diamond shapes embedded in each corner. Has one interior shelf. The condition of this stand is very good aside from the minor scratches on the surface of the top. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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1063 - WOODEN GAMING DISPLAY STAND. 30-1/2”T x 20”W x 16”D. Simple wooden gaming stand with a black finish. In excellent condition, little to no signs of wear. Has extra storage compartment, located at the front. The perfect display to showcase products. (Excellent). 300.00 - 800.00

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1064 - GLASS FRONT OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 38”W x 34”T. This oak slot machine stand features metal claw feet and glass front cabinet doors with a single interior shelf. Front doors show textured glass with beveled diamonds. Wood finish is very nice throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00 1065 - OAK WOOD GLASS FRONT DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 34”T x 38”W x 18”D. Made mostly of oak with brass claw feet and one interior shelf. The front cabinet doors are set with glass. There are three glass diamond shapes embedded in the center, surrounded by etched glass. No keys were provided. Minor scratches but not completely visible. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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1067 - GLASS FRONT OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 19”W x 33-3/4”T. This oak slot machine stand features metal claw feet and a locking front cabinet door with a single interior shelf. Front doors show textured and smooth glass with an etched floral motif. Wood finish is very nice throughout. The stand is unlocked and without key. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 1068 - OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND WITH GLASS FRONT. 34”T x 17-1/2”W x 17-1/2”D. Constructed mostly of oak and displaying a glass front, one interior shelf and claw feet. There are four beveled glass diamond shapes embedded in each corner, surrounded by textured glass. Shows minimal wear. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

1066 - GLASS FRONT OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”D x 19”W x 33-3/4”T. This oak slot machine stand features metal claw feet and glass front cabinet doors with a single interior shelf. Front doors show textured glass with beveled diamonds. Wood finish is very nice throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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1069 - FANCY GLASS FRONT OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 35”T x 18”W x 17”D. Made mostly of oak with a glass front, one interior shelf and ornate brass claw feet. There are two columns with a brass base and capital, placed on either side of the front of the stand. The glass front has a painted color floral motif at the center with 3 vertically lined embedded beveled glass diamonds going across. Includes one key. Shows minimal wear. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1070 - OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND WITH GLASS FRONT. 34”T x 17-1/2”W x 17-1/2”D. Constructed mostly of oak displaying a glass front, one interior shelf and claw feet. There are four beveled glass diamond shapes embedded in each corner, surrounded by textured glass. Shows minimal wear. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1071 - **5¢ ROL-LUCK DICE GAME TRADE STIMULATOR. 4”T x 10”W x 14”W. Counter top cigarette trade stimulator, made mostly of a dark finished wood. The interior contains the original paper marquee but has visible water damage. The center is a green felt base with 3 dice. Insert a nickel and the felt base will spin, moving the dice. Depending on the outcome, player can win a choice of cigarettes, beer or trade. Wear is seen throughout. Manufacturer unknown. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1072 - 1¢ ROLL-A-CENT COUNTERTOP ARCADE AMUSEMENT MACHINE. 17” x 8” x 7”. This counter game offers one attempt at getting a penny into one of the four available slots per coin inserted. Appears to be in original condition, showing minor age wear throughout. Made by Koplo Sales & Supply Co, circa 1940. Includes key. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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1073 - **1¢ BUCKLEY PILGRIM VENDER COUNTERTOP TRADE STIMULATOR. 12-1/2”T x 12”W x 9-1/2”D. Buckley Manufacturing Co. of Chicago had enormous production runs of this machine that started in 1933. The 5 poker themed reels are yellowed but still come into position well. The aluminum cabinet is unpainted, which makes the red nameplate on top really pop out. Includes two keys. Does not operate. (Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00 318

1074 - **5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY “OLD AGE PENSION” DICE TRADE STIMULATOR. 5”T x 10”W x 17”D. Manufactured in 1927 by The Exhibit Supply Co., this device shows wear throughout the wood with the interior paper decal exhibiting some damage found along the edges and some staining. However, the dice table at the center still spins really well, allowing the game to be played correctly. Includes one key. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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1075 - **5¢ SUPREME HY-GRADE COUNTERTOP TRADE STIMULATOR. 11-1/4”T X 9”W x 9-1/2”D. This three reel machine is housed in a sheet metal cabinet with craquelure blue paint that is missing in significant areas. In original, unrestored condition. Includes two keys for a small padlock. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1076 - 5¢ AD-LEE TRY-IT BALL GUM VENDER COUNTER DICE TRADE STIMULATOR. 8”T x 11-1/4”W x 7-1/2”D. Ad-Lee released this version of Try-It in 1927. The sheet metal body is painted a smooth red and the dice spinning platform works smoothly. One key to a small padlock is included. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 1077 - **1¢ JENNINGS STAR PENNY PLAY TRADE STIMULATOR. 14”T x 10”W x 8”D. Sleek red trade stimulator with wooden cabinet and three cigarette reels. Players could win up to 10 packs of cigarettes for spinning three of a kind. Circa 1937 by O.D. Jennings. Includes one key. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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LOT - 1080

1078 - 1¢ SANDERS “BALL GUM” TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-3/4”T x 10-1/2”W x 7”D. The J.M. Sanders Manufacturing Co. produced these small machines in 1936. The cast aluminum cabinet has a green crinkle finish. Every penny gets a ball of gum and a spin on the three cigarette based reels. Includes one key. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1079 - **1¢ DAVAL AMERICAN EAGLE TRADE STIMULATOR. 10-1/2”T x 8”W x 8-1/2”D. Small three-reel trade stimulator with blue and cream colored cabinet. For winning reel combinations players received a token good for free plays or gold award. Reels do not spin. Includes key. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00 1080 - **5¢ DAVAL 21 TRADE STIMULATOR. 9”T x 5-1/2”T x 5-1/2”W. This game is played in a similar fashion to how one would play Blackjack. The two-toned blue metal plating has multiple spots of paint loss. The instructions plaque is worn but still legible. In working order. Circa 1941 by Daval Manufacturing Co. Includes three keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1085

1081 - **5¢ DAVAL AMERICAN EAGLE TRADE STIMULATOR. 11”T x 8”W x 11”D. Off-white and navy blue pint-sized trade stimulator manufactured by Daval during the 1940’s. With some slight wear and chipping to the paint. In complete working condition. Includes key. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1082 - **1¢ ATLAS NOVELTY LUCKY SMOKES TRADE STIMULATOR. 7-1/2”D x 7-1/2”W x 9-1/2”T. Atlas Novelty manufactured these countertop trade stimulators during the early 1940’s. With four number reels that players would spin in order to win up to three packs of cigarettes. The black painted wood cabinet shows some wear and is in original, unrestored condition with working vendor. Includes key. (Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00 1083 - MULTI-COIN KING SIX JR. TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-3/4”T x 13-1/2”W x 18”D. Manufactured by B.A. Withey Co. of Chicago between 1938 and 1941, this game rolls six dice on a spinning disc for a chance of winning points. It accepts nickels, dimes, and quarters. The award card is in original condition. Includes two keys. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00

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1084 - 5¢ BUCKLEY PURITAN BABY VENDOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 10”D x 10”W x 10-1/2”T. Original pint-sized three-reel trade stimulator with highly decorative castings accented in golden yellow and royal blue. The combinations on the fruit and fortune reels correspond with fortunes on the original award card. An older restoration, vendor replacement is currently not working. Plays nicely. Circa 1932. Includes two keys. (Excellent). 200.00 - 600.00 1085 - **5¢ HAMILTON DAISY COIN DROP CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/4”T x 9”W x 3-1/4”D. The Hamilton Manufacturing Company of Ohio produced this game in 1910. Sometimes called the “diamond top,” the paper background in the pin field has some staining and some damage towards the edges. Circa 1910. Works well. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1086 - 1¢ BALLY MFG. BALLY BABY TRADE STIMULATOR. 5”D x 6-1/2”W x 7-1/4”T. Bally Manufacturing created this pint-sized trade stimulator during the mid-1930’s. The three reels spell out how many free spins that player has won. With the original reel strips and paper award card. In unrestored, working condition. Includes one key. (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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1087 - **1¢ DAVAL PENNY PACK CIGARETTE TRADE STIMULATOR. 8-1/2”W x 8-1/2”D x 10-3/4”T. Small table top machine with front gum dispenser and rewards in packs of cigarettes. Includes one key and an additional reel strip showing wear. May require adjustment to function properly as the reels spin but do not make a complete turn. Button may be missing. Circa 1940. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1088

1088 - 1¢ DAVAL MARVEL GUM BALL VENDOR CIGARETTE TRADE STIMULATOR. 11”T x 8”W x 10-1/2”D. This counter top three-reel machine is in very good condition with only minor visible paint chips. Features cigarette reels. Top of the trade stimulator reads “Spin Reels To Line Up 3-Of-A-Kind For Your Amusement.” Operating handle is functional but does not spin the strip. Circa 1940. Includes key. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1089 - **LOT OF 2: MILLS VEST POCKET SLOT MACHINE AND LUCKY PACK TRADE STIMULATOR. Larger: 8-1/2”T x 7”W x 10”D. This lot consists of two different machines including 1 - Mills “Vest Pocket” 5¢ slot machine. It is a possible restoration with a new shade of blue and gold paint, leaving it in very good condition yet still containing the original 3 reel strips. Award card shows how many nickels can be possibly won. Includes one key. Measures 8-1/2” tall x 7” wide x 10” deep. Also includes 1 - “Lucky Pack” J.M. Sander manufactured five-reel trade stimulator with cigarette reels, circa 1941. The object is to win for 1-3 packs of cigarettes, and it is in good condition with signs of age on award card on base. Includes one key. Measures 7” tall x 7-1/2” wide x 6” deep. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

LOT - 1089

1090 - 1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. DIXIE DOMINOES TRADE STIMULATOR. 11-1/2”W x 9-3/4”D x 11-1/2”T. This five-reel countertop machine featuring dominoes on the original reel strips. Housed in a wood cabinet with crinkle textured metal front and replacement back door. In working condition, however, it plays a bit slugglishly. The metal components show darkening from age and the original paper instructions and awards on the top have a small tear. Manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. between 1937 and 1939. Includes two keys. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00

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LOT - 1091

1091 - **1¢ DAVAL PENNY PACK TRADE STIMULATOR. 10.75”T x 9.5”W x 8.5”D. The colors of red and blue are very vibrant and compliment the silver metal plating. Possible restoration with original 3 reel strips and award card. Objective is to line up 3-of-a-kind and win up to 5 cigarette packs. The gum vendor is complete but the handle pump is not working. Circa 1939. One key is provided. (Good-Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00

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1092 - **5¢ GROETCHEN TOOL CHAMPION TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”T x 10-1/2”W x 9”D. After inserting a nickel, receive a ball of gum and depending on the final reel, player can win up to 100 free plays. It is colored in bronze with dark teal side panels. However, there is significant paint loss. Still contains the original three reel strips. Circa 1941. Does not include key. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00 LOT - 1093 LOT - 1092

LOT - 1094

1093 - VINTAGE ITALIAN LEATHER PLAYING CARD BOX WITH CARDS. 4-1/4” L. Holds 2 decks of cards. In very good condition. Stamped on the bottom “genuine calf leather” with the different card suits on the lid. Made in Italy. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1094 - LOT OF WIZARD CARD CHEATING DEVICES IN WOOD BOX. 6”W x 6”L. Wood and glass box with hinged lid, filled with 13 Wizard card cheating devices. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1095 - 25¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. STREAMLINE DIGGER ARCADE MACHINE. 22”D x 24”W x 71”T. Art Deco style claw digger floor machine with walnut cabinet and aluminum castings. Players move the crane by turning the crank at the front and press the black button to grab the items. Made by Exhibit Supply Co. from 1934-1942. Plays well and is currently set to free play. Age and use-related wear is present throughout. Without keys. (Good - Very Good). 2,000.00 - 5,000.00

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LOT - 1097

LOT - 1096

1096 - OLD WEST WYATT EARP GAMBLER MANNEQUIN. 57”T. x 32”W. x 32”D. This seated, life size mannequin of the Old West gambler Wyatt Earp features great details such as a derby hat, dual sleeve garters, eyeglasses, and cowboy boots. The face and hands are beautifully painted ceramic. A custom commissioned piece designed to reside in a home saloon. (Very Good). 1,200.00 - 1,800.00 1097 - 1¢ CHESTER-POLLARD JUNIOR GOLF COUNTERTOP ARCADE MACHINE. 14”W x 23-3/4”D x 19”T. Also called “Golf For Two”, as the marquee indicates, this skill game features three dials for keeping score. The wood cabinet and playing field are in very nice condition and the machine plays well. Circa 1927. Includes three keys. Age unknown. (Excellent). 1,500.00 - 3,000.00 1098 - 5¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE ELECTRIC TRAVELING CRANE ARCADE MACHINE. 74”T x 23”W x 19-1/2”D. Made mostly of wood in a dark finish, only showing wear on the edges of the base. The front grill is made of non-ferrous metal with signs of wear. The marquee in red with gold lettering reads “See It Operate.” The wheel locates the crane with a push container for the patron to receive the prize. The interior contains miniature plastic toy prizes, placed in front of a chrome crane. The background is of an early 20th century warehouse with “storage” towers made of red and white “brick” standing on each side. A pleasant appearance overall. Circa 1932. Includes two keys. Works great. (Good - Very Good). 3,500.00 - 5,000.00

www.MorphyAuctions.com | October 22, 2017

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LOT - 1101 1101 - RARE 1¢ WEST COAST NOVELTY HONEST JOHN SKILL GAME. 6”D x 12-1/2”W x 18-1/2”T. A unique and rare countertop game where the player must move the Honest John figure to catch a gumball as it drops through the pegs. If the gum is caught the player earns a free round. In working condition. Includes the original instructions with some spotting. This game was produced in 1929 by West Coast Novelty Co. Includes two keys. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

1099 - CONCERTINA TANZBAR AUTOMATIC ACCORDION. 11”T x 9”W x 11-1/2”D. Manufactured in the 1920’s, this automatic accordion contains one perforated music roll that can be wound up through a push lever. It has inlaid wood with metal trimming and wooden handles mounted with leather and ivory buttons. Made in Germany. Accordion plays wonderfully and the roll spins. Has one small golden plaque, reading “Tanzbar.” Noticeably aged with time, with wear throughout, which gives it a classic appearance. (Fair - Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1100 - 5¢ J.F. FRANTZ KICKER & CATCHER ARCADE GAME. 11-1/2”D x 14”W x 56”T. Lighted turquoise and white painted wood cabinet on floor stand with very nice colorful front glass. Players use the right knob to operate the kicker figure and the left knob to move the catcher figure. With oxidation and wear to the exposed metal fixtures and pedestal stand. Circa 1940. Two keys are included. Works well. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00 LOT - 1100

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1103 - M & H GASOLINE 16” GAS PUMP GLOBE. 17”T x 16”W x 5-1/2”D. White plastic casing with glass lenses and has a screw on base. The lenses read “M & H” at the center with red lettering and a navy outline. The plastic shows signs of wear with the glass lenses still in good condition. (Good). 300.00 - 800.00 324

1102 - 1¢ KEENEY & SONS STEEPLECHASE AMUSEMENT GAME. 8-1/2”D x 14”W x 18”T. A fun horse racing themed arcade game where colored marbles race down the sloped levels and the player guesses which color will finish first. The device appears to be in original condition and shows oxidation on the exposed metal fixtures and wear throughout the wooden cabinet. Circa 1935. Includes one key. In working condition. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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1104 - 1¢ J. KAMMEN BROWNIE POOL PINBALL GAME. 24”D x 14-1/2”W x 14-1/2”T. Fun countertop pinball arcade game by J. Kammen circa 1932. Inserting a penny into the coin slide resets the playing field. Players can then shoot the colored marbles onto the pinfield and into the numbered spots. Plays well. Includes one key. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 800.00

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1105 - 5¢ MONARCH COIN MACHINE CO. CHANGEMASTER ARCADE MACHINE. 11” x 11” x 8-1/2”. In working condition, this electro-mechanical countertop amusement machine shows a random selection of images with each coin inserted. Front glass is in original condition and shows crazing and discoloration due to age. Black porcelain case shows only very minor wear. Power cord is in good condition. Device is turned on and off with a toggle switch on the rear. Made between 1931 and 1939. Base is marked Change Master Crown Machine Co. Chicago. Includes key. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1106 - **5¢ BLUEBIRD “TRY IT” DICE LOT - 1108 GAME TRADE STIMULATOR. 8”T x 7-1/2”W x 7”D. Bluebird Sales made this game in 1927, surprisingly the same year that its virtual twin was made by the Ad-Lee Company. It has a green craquelure finish and “Try It” decals that only have minor scratches. Under the the rotary coin acceptor is a partial maker’s decal from Bluebird. One key is included. Coin does not fit in coin slot and occasionally gets stuck. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1109

1107 - 1¢ TWICO BALL GUM FORTUNE TELLER ARCADE MACHINE. 11”T x 11”W x 21”D. Made by Twico Corp. of Chicago in 1957. Paint has a white base and a speckled finish with decals still vibrant. There is a pull out bar on the left bottom corner that dispenses gum. The dice spinner still works great. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1108 - 5¢ ESCO RED DOG COUNTERTOP AMUSEMENT MACHINE. 6”T x 15”W x 14”D. Two to four cards of the same suit, higher than the house card, gains the player points. Insert coin to spin all five reels. Made mostly of wood with a jockey and his horse painted on the sides. The paper interior shows a fun card game between four dogs painted in red, green and white. Manufactured by The Exhibit Supply Co. in 1937. Includes one key. The wood shows some wear more than the interior. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00 1109 - 1¢ WHITING’S SCULPTOSCOPE VIEWER ARCADE MACHINE. 14-1/2”T x 8”W x 12-3/4”D. This arcade viewer’s sheet metal body has a nice, dark brown patina and beautiful translucent glass on the top and sides. The views allows 15 slides per penny and most of the slides are missing, lever does not completely show slides. Circa 1920. One key is included. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00

LOT - 1110

1110 - LOT OF 2: CRATED MUTOSCOPE CARD REEL AND PARTS. 5”T x 12”W x 12”W. This lot of 2 consists of 1 - 2-3/4” wide card reel for Mutoscope arcade machines in its original wood crate. The aluminum hub of the wheel is stamped, “Subject No. 3216 / Serial No. 42” and “Property of AM. Muto. & Bio. Co.” with patent dates of 1895 and 1898. It is titled, “In The Tombs -- The young millionaire in jail charged with killing a famous New York architect.” Also includes 1 - second crate that only contains a cog and other metal parts. It has remnants of a label. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00

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1111 - 1¢ WHITINGS SCULPTOSCOPE VIEWER ARCADE MACHINE. 14-1/4”T x 7-1/4”W x 12-1/2”D. Manufactured in the early 1900’s, the phenomena of seeing a 3D effect stunned its intended audience through this device. After dropping one penny, 15 stereo lithographs can be viewed and in each sculptoscope. There is set of 6. It has a round cast iron body with 3 little windows made of frosted glass and a bright green eyepiece. Condition is good with clear indications of aging throughout. Circa 1900’s. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 1113

1112 - CONTEMPORARY ROCKING HORSE. 33”T x 18”W x 53”D. Pony mounted on a wooden frame with authentic horse hide and horse hair. A leather saddle is included. The sewing down the center of the horse is coming apart slightly and part of the horse’s tail has been detached. (Fair). 200.00 - 400.00 1113 - 1¢ DUCK SHOOTING-NATIONAL HUNTER ARCADE GUMBALL MACHINE. 18”T x 9-1/4”W x 19”D. Cock back the hammer and place the penny at the center, aim at one of the three silver ducks and pull the trigger. A simple yet fun amusement game, colored in a darker shade of aqua blue with yellow accents and a silver flying metal duck at the top. This arcade machine also doubles as a gumball machine. Wear throughout with a couple of visible cracks along the glass. Rotating wheel to push the 3 silver ducks back up into place, found at the back left. Pistol extends out 4 inches. Circa 1949. No keys are provided. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1114 - 25¢ TELEPHONE STORYTELLING ARCADE MACHINE. 60”T x 20”W x 18-1/2”D. For a quarter grab the telephone, listen to a new story told each week and be entertained by the mechanical animals displayed underneath the clock. The clock has a very friendly face with black eyes and large pink smile. It is mostly colored in yellow, partnered with red and orange trimming to match the orange telephone. Condition is fair with wear seen throughout and paint loss. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00 326

www.MorphyAuctions.com | October 22, 2017

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1115 - **REPRODUCTION 5¢ SAMUEL NAFEW MODEL CARD MACHINE TRADE STIMULATOR. 15”T x 12”W x 9”D. This counter top trade stimulator is chrome plated, with an intricate engraved design which covers the entirety of the machine. Dispense a nickel for a mini game of poker, in which a good hand equates to a certain amount of free drinks. Modeled after the original which was produced around 1894. In working condition. One key is provided. (Very Good). 2,000.00 - 5,000.00 1116 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. DUOSCOPE VIEWER ARCADE MACHINE. 20-1/2”T x 12”W x 13-1/2”D. After inserting a nickel, approximately 15 intriguing slides are able to be viewed. The cog found on the right side of this mahogany housed device allows the movement of the pictures. Average sized translucent circular glass noticed on both sides, allowing light through for better viewing. Manufactured in 1922 by the Exhibit Supply Company. The slides do not switch fully with every press of the cog. There is minor wear throughout but overall a great piece! (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00 1117 - 25¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. DEAL ‘EM DICE GAME. 5”T x 12”W x 14”D. This countertop game has 4 dice, 2 red and 2 black. The black represents the dealer and red represents the player. The goal of the game is for the player to beat the dealer’s score of 21 or less. Circa 1930’s-1940’s. Minimal wear throughout but not completely visible. Includes one key. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1118 - 5¢ STAR AMUSEMENT CO. ROLL-EM DICE GAME. 8-1/2”T x 11”W x 19”D. A countertop dice game, purely for amusement with no payout. The player deposits their coin to make the wheel spin and shake the dice. The combination of numbers on the dice determines the point value. Works well. The red speckled cabinet shows wear on the corners. Circa 1939. Includes one key. (Very Good - Excellent). 100.00 - 300.00

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LOT - 1123

1119 - 1¢ CHIEF CANDY PENNY DROP PIN FIELD GAME. 14-3/4”T x 8-3/4”W x 6-3/4”D. This small, yellow and red wood counter game was made by the Chief Candy Co. in 1929. Drop a coin from any of the three slots at the top, and if the penny drops at the center, then the player wins their coin back. An older restoration. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1120 - 1¢ KAZOO COUNTER DICE GAME TRADE STIMULATOR. 5”T x 8”W x 13”D. Kalamazoo Automatic manufactured this dice spinning trade stimulator in 1935, and it remained a fixture in bars for decades thereafter. The aluminum body is painted green and gold and features an ABT coin slide. No keys were included. (Very Good - Excellent). 100.00 - 300.00 1121 - 5¢ TESTO REACTION METER ARCADE MACHINE. 22”T x 13”W x 4”D. Testo Mfg. made this game in 1960. The player drops a nickel in the top receiver, pushes the green button, and the nickel drops into the visible slot. A moment later it releases and the player tries to push the red button as quickly as possible. Reaction time is measured. Even though this is a gravity fed and mechanical game, a look inside the wood cabinet reveals a battery tray and some disconnected wires, presumably for lights or sounds. Back door is a little loose and has to be carefully locked with the hinge needing to be closer to the end. One key is included. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 400.00 328

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LOT - 1124

1122 - MARLIN ELECTRIC CO. LIE DETECTOR. 5”T x 6”W x 10”D. A light beige marbled plastic surface with a scale that “measures” honesty using the two brown cords with silver attachments, coming from the back end of the machine. There is a depiction of an angel slowly turning into the devil which helps illustrate the “honesty” level between zero to ten. There are two knobs that sit on the front and it helps adjust the movements of the pointer on the scale. Retro appearance with minor wear. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1123 - 5¢ KENTUCKY DERBY DICE GAME. 8-1/2”T x 13”W x 10”D. Depositing a nickel in the coin chute shakes the 6 dice in this countertop dice machine. High scores on the dice earned players free plays. Has a “Try Your Skill For Points - For Amusement Only” top sign. Includes keys. The marquee as well as the interior decal show wear and water damage. Coin slot needs to be repaired, occasionally getting stuck. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1124 - 25¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. TWINS DICE GAME. 5-1/2”T x 10”W x 16-1/2”D. To gyrate the dice in the interior dice table, at the center of the machine, insert quarter in coin slot. This is not a prize or rewarding trade stimulator but as advertised, it doubles as a gum vendor. Works well with little wear on the wood. The paper decals are still intact and vibrant. One key is provided. (Very Good). 100.00 - 400.00

www.MorphyAuctions.com | October 22, 2017


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LOT - 1127

LOT - 1128

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1125 - LOT OF 3: VINTAGE AMUSEMENT GAMES. 4”T x 7”W x 12-1/2”D. This lot consists of 1 - factory sealed Deluxe Pistol Lighters punch-board trade stimulator in unused condition with four pistol lighters, measuring 14” tall x 7” wide, 1 - Comet Amusement Co. Whirl-Win game in silver that does not work properly, measuring 7” tall x 3” wide x 1” deep, and 1 - Underwood & Underwood stereoscope picture viewer with one picture card. The card shows two photos that are seen together when looking through the eye piece. Circa 1901. Measures 4” tall x 7” wide x 12-1/2” deep. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00

1128 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ SIMPSON LOG CABIN AND LITTLE NUT TYPE C VENDORS. 17”T x 8-1/2”Dia. This lot of two contains two 1¢ countertop vending machines. Includes 1 - model Type C manufactured by Little Nut Co. in 1935 with an aluminum body and a snow globe shape appearance. One key is provided. Measures 10” tall x 7” diameter. 1 - Aristocrat with slug rejector coin entry manufactured by the R.D. Simpson Co, showing a label for Standard Mfg. Co. This product has an aluminum body with a top display marquee that reads “Delicious Confections Log Cabin” and a rendering of a log cabin centered in the middle of the marquee. No keys are provided. Measures 17” tall x 8” diameter. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

1126 - 1¢ PLAY HORSESHOE COIN DROP AMUSEMENT MACHINE. 10”T x 5-3/4”W x 4”D. This counter game was manufactured by Booth Games Co. of Minneapolis, Minnesota. It has a sheet metal cabinet and pin field with a glass front. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 75.00 - 200.00 1127 - 1¢ COLUMBUS MODEL 34 GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE. 13”T. This vendor has been repainted with a red top lid and body, both in very good condition showing minimal paint loss. This model vends a single ball of gum for each penny inserted. Featuring the original octagon shaped glass globe with two barrel locks, one on the top lid and the other one for the coin collector. One key is included. Circa 1936. (Restored). 500.00 - 1,000.00

1129 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ COLUMBUS MODEL 14 PROFIT SHARING AND MODEL MG GUM BALL VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 14-1/2”T x 8”Dia. This lot of two consists of two red cast iron Columbus counter top gum ball vendors. Including 1 - Model MG with an octagonal shape globe with a red base that has darkened over time and a solid star silver flap. There are minor indications of wear. Includes two keys. Measures 14” tall x 8” diameter. Also includes 1 - restored “Profit Sharing” Model 14 with new red and black paint. Label advertises for five pennies exchanged for 9 balls and reads “Chewing Gum Aids In Digestion And Preserves Teeth.” Has a stencil cut flap instead of solid. Includes one key. Measures 14-1/2” tall x 8” diameter. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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1130 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ SIMPSON AND BLUEBIRD GUM BALL VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 13-1/2”T x 8”Dia. This lot of two consists of 1 - Bluebird/ Simpson Model 1-2-3 cast iron counter top gum ball machine with a top marquee that reads “LOOK 6 Balls 3 Cents.” There appears to be some visible erosion along the base but it is nice overall. Manufactured by C.E. Leebold. One key is included. Measures 13-1/2” tall x 8” diameter. Also includes 1 - Simpson Model “Well We Are Here” machine with an Appleton Novelty Co. label that reads “Supreme Highest Grade Delicious Gum Confection” and an aluminum body. In good condition with a shiny appearance. No keys are provided. Measures 12” tall x 6” diameter. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 1131 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ COLUMBUS GUM BALL VENDING MACHINES. Both: 16”T x 8”Dia. This lot consists of two Columbus counter top gum ball machines, both Model A with some minor differences. They share a red cast iron body and round glass globe. Includes 1 - manufactured before 1933, the display reads “Deposit Pennies Only Delicious Goodies Nutritious And Healthful” and has a solid star silver flap. A possibly restored piece. Includes one key. Measures 16” tall x 8” diameter. Also includes 1 - the same as the previous except the decal is different, and it contains a wide lip tray with a stencil cut star flap. Manufactured in 1915 but discontinued in 1920. The red color has darkened with age. No key is provided. Measures 16” tall x 8” diameter. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 1132 - 1¢ COLUMBUS MYSTERY GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE. 15-1/2”T x 9”Dia. Has a cast iron body with its original olive green finish and small details of red pin striping displayed around the base. It has a large front mouth with interior tray. Condition is fair with visible indications of wear throughout. This counter top product was specifically made for the Common Sense Gum Co. but was later met with financial troubles that led this model to be discontinued. It is a very rare item. Circa 1911. Includes three keys. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00 1133 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ GUM BALL VENDING MACHINES WITH STAND. 47-1/2”T x 16”W x 13”Dia. This lot is made up of two very different gum ball machines on one black cast iron stand. Includes 1 - newer gum ball machine, manufactured in 1960 by Northwestern. It has a rectangular shape with a cast iron body. Top displays a depiction of a fortune teller, reads “The Man Who Knows”, and on the glass it reads “Mystic Swami Fortune Teller.” On each side panel, there is a hand carved swami. Color of the gum tells your fortune for the day. One key is included. Also includes 1 - Model M, manufactured by Columbus in the 1920’s. It has an octagonal shape, cast iron body and is newly painted. Comes with a wall mount and includes one key. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 330

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1134 - 1¢ REDCO SILVER COMET GUM VENDING MACHINE. 9”D x 7”W x 22-1/2”T. Countertop column gum vendor with black textured body and vertical column and window to view product. Released by Redco Products Corp. in 1925. Works nicely. Includes two keys. (Good Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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1136 - 1¢ NATIONAL SWEET CHOCOLATE VENDING MACHINE. 2-1/2”W x 4”D x 17-1/2”T. Manufactured in 1917 by National Automatic Vending Machine Co. This wall-mount vendor is constructed of emerald green sheet metal and is detailed with gold and red lettering. Scratching and wear are present throughout. One key is included. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

1135 - 1¢ HANCE FOUNDRY “REX” PORCELAIN GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE. 13”T x 6-1/2”Dia. This rare Rex vendor features the short coin entry compared to other models seen with the gooseneck entry, and bears a label for Standard Gum Co. 1916. This machine has cast iron features with a white porcelain body and cylinder shape globe. Shows signs of age throughout. This is the actual machine featured in Bill Enes Silent Salesman Vol. 2. Two keys are included. (Good). 1,500.00 - 2,500.00

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1137 - 1¢ NATIONAL CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE WITH ORIGINAL BOX. 3”D x 3”W x 18”T. Manufactured in 1917 by National Automatic Vending Machine Co. This wall-mount vendor is constructed of emerald green sheet metal and is detailed with gold and red lettering. Very minimal wear is evident with the machine being new old stock. Works perfectly when filled with Andres Mints. Also included with this lot is the original shipping box. Some wear is present on the box. One key is included. (Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,800.00

1138 - 1¢ FORD GUM MACHINE CO. BALL GUM VENDING MACHINE ON STAND. 14”D x 41”T. Gum ball vendor with chromed base and clear glass globe, made of iron. The upper marquee touts “Tell Your Fortune With Gumballs” and shows an illustration of a swami and the fortune selections. Circa 1950. One key is included. (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 1139 - 10¢ MOUTHY MARVIN GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE ON STAND. 46”T x 16”W x 14”D. Marvin is a perfect representation of the transition into the future of technology during the 1960’s. He is a litho-tin robot of the space age. Mouthy Marvin is a blue gumball machine, partnered with a bright yellow and has 4 clever catch phrases. Mostly made of iron with a bold red base. Not currently working. Circa 1967. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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1140 - 10¢ NORTHWESTERN SATURN 2000 ROCKET GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE ON STAND. 62”T x 16”Dia. Manufactured in 1961, this gumball machine is one-of-a-kind. It is shaped like a rocket ship painted in red, white and blue. There are 2 long side windows with 4 small circular windows displayed at the front and a black cast iron base. Minor wear throughout with an overall fun appearance. Two keys are included. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00 1141 - 1¢ MODERNE VENDOR CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 17-3/4”T. This column vendor is designed for use on a countertop with a front coin slot and lever at one side. Cabinet has been repainted and is filled with replica packages of gum. A Walzer Product. Includes small padlock and key. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1142 - SWISS WOODEN MUSIC BOX. 6-1/2”T x 16-1/2”W x 10-1/2”D. Marketed only in England, with just a few sold in America, this is a very rare wooden music box. Coming out in the late 19th century, this 1890’s music box only contains 3 bells but also allows it to play up to 8 songs. Sounds are played through a gold pinned rotating cylinder, wound up by a gold rotating lever. The music featured on this Swiss made music box is “Timbres En Vue.” It has oak wood paneling, black trim and a floral decal centered on the top surface. There are visible signs of age throughout but it is in good condition, with the music box functioning properly. No keys are provided. (Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

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1143 - HERZOG MAHOGANY CYLINDER RECORD CABINET. 33” x 21” x 19”. Complete original full interior with original pegs. Cabinet has been refinished. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,500.00 1144 - H & S OAK CYLINDER RECORD CABINET. 36-1/2” x 20” x 17”. Five drawers with full complement of newer tubes. Includes key for the top drawer. Cabinet has been refinished and bottom drawer pull is missing. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00 LOT - 1143 332

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1145 - LOT OF 6: EDISON GRAND OPERA AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORDS. Each 4-1/2”T. These are the first issues of what eventually became the Royal Purples. Records include: 29001, 29002, 29003, 29004 and 29006. All are in incorrect boxes except 29003. Lot also includes an empty 29003 box. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 1146 LOT - 1147 1146 - THOMAS EDISON STANDARD PHONOGRAPH WITH HORNS AND CYLINDER RECORDS. 12-1/2”T x 6-1/2”W x 8-1/2”D. Thomas Alva Edison recorded sounds onto a wax cylinder then had a stylus following the grooves which enabled the sounds to resonate through a horn, named the Edison standard phonograph. Model: C. Serial number: 628127. The phonograph’s success was pushing the music boxes out of business, though Edison had not intended its original use for entertainment. Its features include a wind up motor, an oak wood rotating lever with the cylinders, also called Amberols, playing 2/4 minute songs. Two horns are provided as well as 23 Amberols or cylinder records. No cover. Shows signs of aging but is in very good condition, functioning properly. Phonograph measures 12-1/2” tall x 6-1/2” wide x 8-1/2” deep. Small horn measures 14” tall x 7” diameter. Big horn measures 32” tall x 22” diameter. Each cylinder measures 4-1/2” tall x 2-3/4” deep. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

1147 - EDISON DIAMOND DISC MODEL C-250 PHONOGRAPH. 22-1/2”D x 22”W x 51-1/2”T. Housed in a rich mahogany cabinet lies the “Official Laboratory Model” Diamond Disc Phonograph. With gold plated elements including the crank as well as the tone arm, which had a diamond bit instead of a needle. These diamond “needles” required special discs that were substantially thicker than the standard 78s of the time. The cabinet features Gothic styling reminiscent of Chippendale furniture, with a decorative woven speaker and lower cabinet for storing additional records. In working order. The original key is included. Circa 1915. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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1148 - MECHANICAL ORGUINETTE ROLLER ORGAN. 7”T x 11”W x 13”D. This is a wind up music box manufactured in the early 1800’s. It is mostly made of walnut wood with small gold painted details and stamped- 23505. Does not have sheet music included. Certainly aged with time but has an overall pleasant appearance. Manufactured by Mechanical Orguinette Co. New York, which later joined Aeolian Organ And Music Co. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1149 - LOT OF 6: EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORDS. Each 4-1/2”T. In original boxes. Records include: 29005, 29007, 29008, 29018, 29041 and 29046. Three do not have original lids. (Excellent). 750.00 - 1,200.00

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1150 - LOT OF 23: EDISON 4 MINUTE BLUE AMBEROL CONCERT SERIES CYLINDER RECORDS. No boxes are included. Records include:28144, 28152, 28153, 28168, 28170, 28202, 28208, 28210, 28211, 28212, 28219, 28223, 28229, 28234, 28236, 28247, 28254, 28257, 28261, 28264, 28265, 28271, and 28275. (Excellent). 750.00 - 1,200.00 1151 - LOT OF 10: EDISON BLUE AMBEROL SPECIAL SERIES CYLINDER RECORDS. Each 4-1/2”T. In original boxes. Records include: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, and K. (Excellent). 100.00 - 150.00

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1152 - RARE NO. 29036 EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORD. Each 4-1/2”T. Rare and hard to find record in the original box. (Excellent). 100.00 - 300.00

1153 - RARE NO. 29077 EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORD. Each 4-1/2”T. Rare and hard to find record in the original box. (Excellent). 100.00 - 300.00

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1154 - LOT OF 4: REDDY KILOWATT ADVERTISEMENT SIGNS. Largest: 11”T x 15”W. This lot is comprised of 2 - white porcelain “No Trespassing” signs both of “Florida Power & Light Co.” and featuring a small depiction of Reddy Kilowatt centered at the bottom. One of the signs in very good condition with little signs of wear, and the other twin sign shows rusting along the brim and slight fading to the bright LOT - 1157 red font. Both measure 11” tall x 15” wide. Also includes 1 - tin sign featuring Reddy Kilowatt in a fireman’s helmet, appearing to say “Stop Fires Before They Start! Practice Fire Prevention Everyday.” In very good condition, aside from the oxidation on all 4 corners. Measures 6” tall x 11-1/2” wide. The last item of this lot is 1 - tin sign featuring Reddy Kilowatt, this time in hunting attire. Reads “Hunters: Don’t Shoot At Insulators.” Shows minor indications of wear. Measures 6” tall x 12” wide. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1155 - LOT OF 2: ELECTRICAL ADVERTISING SIGNS. Larger: 18”Dia. This lot consists of 1 - green and white, double-sided tin advertisement that reads “Pacific Power & Light Company” and features Reddy Kilowatt in a pool of mustard yellow. Comes with a bracket. Shows little signs of wear. Measures 10” tall x 16” wide. Also includes 1 - porcelain circular advertisement with a shining sun-like design, flushed with bright red and yellow. A family is centered in the middle, standing above “Live Better Electrically.” Minor chips visible on the enamel and aging along the borders. Measures 18” diameter. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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1156 - CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY REDDY KILOWATT PORCELAIN SIGN. 8-1/2”T x 20”W. A white porcelain advertisement, in an elegant blue colored font reading “Power For Progress!” displayed along the top. Features the head of of the classic electric character, Reddy Kilowatt. It is in excellent condition, with only little signs of wear along the border. (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 1157 - PGE PORCELAIN ADVERTISEMENT SIGN. 14”Dia. This circular porcelain sign is in very good condition, with little indications of wear throughout and one small undetectable bubble on the center. Overall, the advertisement displays vibrant colors of blue, bright orange and white, reading “Portland General Electric Company” encircling the center. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1158 - NORTH DALLAS SUBSTATION REDDY KILOWATT ADVERTISEMENT SIGN. 9”T x 20-1/2”W. This is a white coated porcelain advertisement displaying Reddy Kilowatt in the center left and “Dallas Power & Light Co.” in a brown colored font. In very good condition aside from the distinguishable chips on the corner and bottom center, but overall appealing. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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LOT - 1164 1159 - REDDY KILOWATT “MEN WORKING” ADVERTISING SIGN. 18”T x 18”W. Showing visible indications of wear throughout and a few bends along the edges, it highlights a classic advertisement. This is a double-sided, steel sign featuring Reddy Kilowatt in active attire, next to what reads “Men Working” in bold black letters. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

1162 - EARLY MULTI-COIN WESTERN ELECTRIC PAY PHONE. 6”D x 12”W x 11-1/2”T. Black metal coin-operated telephone with wrapped electric cord and coin box that accepts nickels, dimes, and quarters. The phone is marked Western Electric and the coin box is marked Gray Manufacturing Co. Three keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00

1160 - WESTINGHOUSE MAZDA LAMPS TIN ADVERTISING DISPLAY CASE. 12-1/2”T x 9”W x 6-1/2”D. This is a tin store counter top display case, coated in a daring shade of red with black colored font. Features include an upward opening front door panel and two interior shelves. Front reads “Play Safe - Don’t Drive A One-Eyed Car!” Side panels read “Carry Spare Bulbs” underneath the Westinghouse emblem. Back panel reads “For Your Car” above the same emblem. There are indications of wear throughout the display case and dents along the bottom half but is all around appealing. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

1163 - PILGRIM FATHERS CIGAR EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. 19”T x 27”W. This tin sign is embossed in a Victorian design colored in green and gold, set in front of a wooden frame. Centered is a rendering of three pilgrims standing on a grassy landscape by the sea. It reads “Pilgrim Fathers” at the top and “W.K. Gresh & Sons Makers” along the bottom. Near the golden border, outlining the center picture reads “A 10¢ Cigar That Merits The Name It Bears.” There is some paint loss and some wear. Restoration throughout. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00

1161 - MASSACHUSETTS ELECTRIC REDDY KILOWATT PORCELAIN ADVERTISEMENT SIGN. 30”T x 48”W. Porcelain sign, also reads “New England Electric System” and stars Reddy Kilowatt topping off his mustard colored hat to you. There is a vibrant color of yellow that covers most of the advertisement and shows the enamel chipping only along the brim. (Excellent). 200.00 - 500.00 336

1164 - 1935 OLD GOLD TOBACCO ADVERTISING CALENDAR IN FRAME. Frame: 21”W x 29-1/2”T. This advertising calendar from 1935 retains the full pad and the thin metal strip along the top edge. The surface of the calendar is smooth with only the slightest instances of wear along the length of the right edge. The calendar, measuring 11-3/4” wide x 19-1/2” tall, is professionally framed in a rustic wooden frame. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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1165 - BARNUM & BAILEY ORIGINAL CIRCUS ADVERTISING POSTER IN FRAME. 34” x 42” x 1-1/2”. Professionally matted and in a frame, this colorful litho features a troupe of cats and pigs “whose clever and remarkable acts amaze and astound all beholders” in the “most wonderful addition to the children’s circus”. Marked B-N: 52 and litho by The Strobridge Litho Co. Shows a few age spots and small regions of repair to the central crease. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 1166 - MOBILOIL AUTHORIZED SERVICE GARGOYLE PORCELAIN SIGN. 24” x 20”. SSP sign. Good color and gloss with chips in the field and major damage at the top. (6.9). 300.00 - 500.00 1167 - CHESTER BOOT AND SHOE STORE ADVERTISEMENT IN FRAME. 26”T x 17”D. This broadside advertisement is dated January 7, 1885 and promotes the store clearing event of the Chester Boot and Shoe Store, featuring an illustration of a train. The paper is in impeccable condition and is professionally matted and set behind glass in a contemporary frame. (Excellent). 250.00 - 450.00

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1168 - LOT OF 2: DECORATIVE FIGURAL ANIMAL DISPLAYS. Larger: 13”T x 13”T x 5”D. This lot of figures is compiled of 1 extremely detailed lion from his ferocious mane to the fierceness in his eyes. The painting done on this piece of art defines this king’s face perfectly. Made of resin. Measures 12” tall x 12” wide x 5” deep. Also includes 1 - wondrous elephant made of leather stretched over carved wood. The ears are also made of leather with the tusks made of wood, painted white. Quite an interesting item. Measures 13” tall x 13” wide x 5” deep. (Excellent). 100.00 - 200.00 1169 - LOT OF 2: CHROME CAR HOOD ORNAMENTS. 8”T x 4-1/2”W x 3”D. This lot is made up of 1 - chrome hood ornament of a naked woman, bending at her knees and hair blowing with the wind, set on a small square marble slab. Measures 8” tall x 4-1/2” wide x 3” deep. Also includes 1 - chrome greyhound car hood ornament set on a small square marble slab. Measures 4” tall x 10” wide x 3” deep. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00 1170 - WATERBURY FIGURAL BLACK AMERICANA BANJO CLOCK. 14-1/2”T x 10”W x 5”D. Cast iron figure with glass eyes, playing the banjo accompanied by a clock face which needs to be repaired. There is visible minimal wear throughout. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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1171 - PABST BLUE RIBBON LIGHTED ADVERTISING SIGN. 10-1/2”D. Double-sided lighted sign features two domed reverse on glass lenses set in a brass frame with 26” cord. Some flaking to the paint can be seen on both sides, with one less severe than the other. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00 1172 - LOT OF 2: VINTAGE ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 10”T x 25”W. This lot includes 1 - embossed tin sign with golden yellow background and black lettering, advertising “Dutchess Trousers” of Sacramento, CA. Each of the corners are bent and display signs of paint flaking. Measures 10” tall x 25” wide. Also includes 1 - single-sided porcelain enamel sign advertising Park & Pollard poultry feeds. Red and yellow sign with black lettering and images of chickens. Chipping along the edges. Measures 7” tall x 20” wide. (Very Good). 450.00 - 850.00

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1173 - MISSOURI UTILITIES COMPANY REDDY KILOWATT PORCELAIN ADVERTISEMENT SIGN. 24”T x 48”W. Coated in white, this porcelain sign is in good condition showing signs of age. Bottom reads “A Citizen Wherever We Serve.” Featuring Reddy Kilowatt wearing overalls and a utility belt, not in his classic bold red color. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00

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1174 - PENNSYLVANIA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY REDDY KILOWATT CLOCK. 15-1/2”W x 15-1/2”T. Square advertising clock with image of the Reddy Killowatt character. With black lettering that reads “Pennsylvania Power & Light Company”. Faint words can be read between the black lettering of “The Sumitomo Bank of California”. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00 1175 - PUNCH CIGAR FIGURAL KEROSENE LIGHTER. 4-1/4”D x 7-1/4”T. This figural brass lighter shows the Mr. Punch cigar character holding a quill in one hand and an inkwell in the other, with his cigar acting as the lighter. The underside shows no well for holding lighter fluid. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1176 - BLACKAMOOR FIGURAL MATCH HOLDER. 3”D x 3”W x 4-3/4”T. Woman figure in a golden dress carrying a basket on her back, which serves as a place to store match sticks. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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1177 - WILCOX SILVERPLATE FIGURAL CIGAR HOLDER. 6-1/2”D x 5”W x 8-1/2”T. This interesting cigar holder features a man holding a tray and sitting in an eggshell, where the opening of the egg serves to hold cigars. The bottom is stamped “Wilcox Silverplate Co. 1780”. Circa late 19th century. Deep patina throughout. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1178 - HEAVY METAL BOOK CIGAR HOLDER. 6-1/2”T x 5”W x 1-1/2”D. Resembling a book, this cigar holder is made of nonferrous metal with a simple art deco design. The spine of the book reads “Dante” with a dark maroon velvet interior and contains two cigars. Back reads “Made in Austria.” It has a grainy all over appearance with most of the wear seen on the back. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1179 - CANTINA LA COLONIA SIGN. 1-1/2”D x 25”W x 16-1/2”T. Double-sided carved wooden hanging trade sign with iron frame and chain. The metal frame has oxidized. (Good). 200.00 - 300.00

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1180 - LOT OF 2: FARM EQUIPMENT ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 26”T x 38”W. This lot includes 1 - double-sided flange sign for Fairbanks-Morse “Z” Farm Engines. The sign is yellow with green text and image of a wax seal. With signs of wear and oxidation on both sides, measuring 19-1/4” tall x 27-3/4” wide. Also includes 1 poster advertisement for J.I. Case Company “The New Light Running Case Thresher”. The poster shows minor wear along the edges and is mounted to a foam core board and sealed in plastic, measuring 26” tall x 38” wide. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1181 - OLD LAKE SHORE RAILWAY PLAQUE. 10”T x 7-1/4”W x 1”D. Wooden plaque with inscribed brass, that fully reads “Pioneer Association Of The Old Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway” across the top, sitting above a single train cart. A long poem, titled “The Old Lake Shore” is also inscribed above a train cart with the initials I.S. & M.S.R.Y engraved to the right. Circa 1914. Oxidation is seen stretched across the bottom of the brass. (Good). 200.00 - 300.00

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1182 - LOT OF 3: WOODEN SMOKING STANDS. Largest: 20”D x 14-1/2”W x 40”T. This lot is comprised of 1 - black cat with small dish atop its tail, measuring 5-1/2” deep x 11” wide x 25” tall, 1 - butler in blue waistcoat holding a small metal tray, measuring 7” wide x 13” deep x 30-1/2” tall, and 1 - man holding a large rectangular tray, measuring 20” deep x 14-1/2” wide x 40” tall. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

1184 - WESTERN UNION PORCELAIN FLANGE SIGN. 12”T x 24”W. Double-sided flange sign, made of porcelain. Colored in royal blue with white lettering. “Western Union Telegraph And Cable Office”. Circa 1920’s. The sign shows some wear throughout with the enamel chipping, paint splatter marks and oxidation near the eyelets. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00

1183 - FRAMED MINNEAPOLIS THRESHING MACHINE CALENDAR ADVERTISEMENT. 25”T x 21-3/4”W x 2-1/2”D. Displaying the single month of May in 1911- Full moon on the 13th, last quarter on the 21st and new moon on the 28th. “The Great Minneapolis Line” reads above the calendar with a depiction of the steam engine plowing and threshing machine, colored in a vibrant red and green with details of yellow. There are descriptions written about each, “double cylinders” - “traction engines” - “dingee horsepower” etc., as well as “Send out for catalog, it is free!” Behind the glass window are 5 strands of wheat, staggered on top of each other. The frame is oak with a green interior. Entirety is impressive. (Excellent). 200.00 - 500.00

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1185 - 1902 DEERING HARVESTER COMPANY ADVERTISING CALENDAR IN FRAME. 32”T x 41-1/2”W. Poster calendar for the year 1902 features a lovely young child dressed in a white dress with a pink ribbon and red parasol. There is faint horizontal creasing through the text at the top and through the center of the sign. Professionally matted and framed in a golden frame. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 500.00 1186 - FRAMED DEERING HARVESTER COMPANY PRINT. 30-1/2”T x 41”W. A beautiful colorful print of three farmers and their dog overlooking their crops as another farmer is sitting on a horse drawn plowing machine. Underneath the depiction reads “That’s The Ideal Binder.” The frame is gold with a light brown interior. Very bright and inviting piece, in wonderful condition. (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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1187 - LOT OF 2: HIRES ROOT BEER SIGN AND THERMOMETER. Largest: 9-1/2”T x 27-1/2”W. This lot is comprised of 1 - bottle shaped pressed steel advertising sign with glass thermometer tube. Minor paint loss near the lower portion of the “label”. Measures 8” wide x 28” tall. Also includes 1 - embossed metal “Drink Hires” advertising sign with pale blue and white striped background and vibrant red and yellow logo near a Hires Root Beer bottle. Measures 9-1/2” tall x 27-1/2” wide. (Very Good). 200.00 - 600.00 1188 - PRESSED CAMPAIGN WHISKEY GLASS. 3”T. Attributed to Bay State Glass Co. East Cambridge, MA. Very good condition with only some very light scrapes. (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00 1189 - LOT OF 2: TURQUOISE AND STERLING SILVER JEWELRY. Largest: 15-1/2”L. This lot includes two beautiful pieces of Native American turquoise jewelry, 1 - is a choker style necklace featuring ten large, raw turquoise stones, with one smaller stone at the end of the chain. Strung on a wire which helps the necklace retain its shape even when not clasped, measuring 15-1/2” long. Also includes 1 - lovely sterling silver and turquoise cuff bracelet. With five large turquoise stones that read more green than blue and feature rust colored veining. They are set in sterling silver which is stamped “Sterling R” on the underside, measuring 2-1/2” deep x 4” wide x 3” tall. (Very Good). 600.00 - 1,200.00

1190 - LOT OF 3: PAIR NATIVE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BRACELETS AND FIGURAL NECKLACE. 3”T x 1-1/2”W. This lot of three contains a mini variety of Native American sterling silver jewelry. Includes 1 - double layered suede necklace with a stamped “925” clasp and a Native American figural pendant. The pendant features a multitude of inset stones which include a red, opal and turquoise stone, arranged to form an Indian Chief. Valued at $350, measuring 3” tall x 1-1/2” wide. The other two in this lot include 1 - Native American ornate cuff and 1 - bracelet, both with large oval stones (petrified wood) inlaid at the center, but neither are stamped. The cuff has a slight damage and measures 2” tall x 2” wide. The bracelet measures 2” tall x 2-1/4” wide. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00 1191 - LOT OF 2: NATIVE AMERICAN STERLING CUFF AND RING. 2”T x 2-1/4”W x 2”D. Pair of breathtaking Native American sterling silver cuff and ring. Includes 1 - cuff with a near-symmetrical all-over engraved Native American design with the Thunderbird emblem welded on the center. “Sterling” is stamped within the interior. Measures 2” tall x 2-1/4” wide x 2” deep. Also includes 1 - ring with a different and intriguing design with “Kaysu” faintly signed on the back. Inlaid is a bear claw hugged in sterling next to a turquoise stone and casted foliage. Measures 2” tall. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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1192 - LOT OF 3: PAIR OF NATIVE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER BANGLES AND PIN. Largest: 2”T x 2-1/2”W. Includes 1 - smaller bangle with one large turquoise stone at the center and 4 smaller turquoise stones surrounding it, set in the sterling. It has a simple filigree design throughout. Measures 1” tall x 2-1/4” wide. Also includes 1 - larger bangle that appears to have its center stone missing, with two turquoise stones surrounding the center on each side, measuring 2” tall x 2-1/2” wide, and 1 - rectangular pin with a florid symmetrical design accompanied by an Orvil jack turquoise stone, measuring 1-1/2” tall x 2” wide. All together a beautiful group. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 LOT - 1192

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1193 - EDISON SHAVING MACHINE ON STAND. 10” x 16-1/2” x 11-1/2”. Serial number: 17015. Hand wind with an excellent original finished case. Winds smooth. Bed plate appears repainted, empty screw holes on the back of the case. Includes a metal stand on wheels. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1194 - LOT OF 2: MILK GLASS INDIAN CHIEF MUGS. Larger: 6”T. This lot includes two mugs showing the same image on the front with rich colors, high gloss, and no chips or cracks. Minor paint loss seen on both. One showing a Warwick maker’s mark and the other, USONA Goodwin. Circa 1900’s. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1195 - LOT OF 2: NATIVE AMERICAN TOBACCO HUMIDORS. 6”T x 3-1/2”T x 3-1/2”D. This lot is a pair of ceramic porcelain tobacco humidors, exquisitely painted with a glossy glazed overlay. Includes 1 - painted in olive green with the Indian Chief dressed in green and brown to match the flowers painted on the sides. The cover of the jar is a tobacco pipe with a green rope wrapped around it. Also includes 1 - painted in sky blue with the Indian Chief dressed in pink and blue, also matching the flowers painted on the sides. The tobacco pipe at the top is wrapped around a pink rope. Little signs of wear, minor paint chips seen along the corners of the cover. (Very Good). 300.00 - 400.00

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1197 - LOT OF 4: VARIETY OF NATIVE AMERICAN ITEMS. 4-1/2”T x 2-1/2”W x 1-1/2”D. This lot of 4 consists of 1 - nonferrous metal buffalo figurine in a dark brown finish, manufactured by Bythe Anchor Co. and measuring 3” tall x 3-1/2” wide x 1-1/2” deep, 1 - large Indian Chief head paper clip, made of cast iron with a dark orange finish and stamped, 5251, measuring 4-1/2” tall x 2-1/2” wide x 1-1/2” deep, 1 - ashtray, made of cast iron with black finish, with a sculpted Indian Chief head at the top, manufactured by the Fleck Bros Co. and measuring 5-1/2” tall x 4” diameter, and 1 ashtray with the same chief but instead with a buffalo standing near the center and made of nonferrous metal in a brown finish, measuring 2-1/4” tall x 4-1/2” wide x 5-1/4” deep. All these pieces dated from the 1900 to 1910 period. (Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1198 - **25¢ GROETCHEN TOOL SUGAR KING SLOT MACHINE. 40”T x 19”W x 19”D. This is a floor model slot machine, with a foot pedal that commences operation. Lights up when the the foot pedal has been pressed down. The oak wood paneling has visible scratches throughout and can also be seen on the mirrors. The decal is hand painted red, white and gold, a little tarnished as well as the award card. Circa 1940. No keys. (Fair). 300.00 - 600.00 1199 - FAUX MARBLE COLUMN STAND. 34-1/2”T x 17”W x 17”D. This gaming pedestal stand features a marble look column and a decorative cast iron base with Fleur De Lis and floral designs. Some wear. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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1200 - FANCY SLOT MACHINE STAND. 33”T x 18”W x 21”D. This stand features a wood platform supported by four painted columns that connect into a decorative metal base. Wood shows some wear to the finish due to use. (Excellent). 400.00 - 700.00 1201 - 1¢ CHURCHILL HORSE RACE TRADE STIMULATOR. 12-1/2”T x 14”W x 11”D. Black oak case with the front panel colored in red, blue and yellow. However, the paint has aged with time. Does not have the back panel but contains the original strips and award card. One penny buys one ball of gum. First reel shows odds. Second reel shows position. Third reel must spell name of winning horse from left to right. Winning horse names are Bob, Sue, NRA, Dan and Zev. No keys are provided. Original with back door missing. Unsure of manufacturer. (Fair). 200.00 - 400.00 1202 - **5¢ DAVAL AMERICAN EAGLE TRADE STIMULATOR. 10”T x 8”W x 9”D. All in its original form, this counter top trade stimulator still contains the original strip as well as its ivory and blue paint. Interior also includes balls of gum. Win this device’s specific combinations and get up to 25 free plays or the gold award. Circa 1940. There is minor paint loss seen throughout, with the award card fading with time. Two keys are included. (Good). 200.00 - 300.00

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1203 - 1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL DICE-O-MATIC VENDOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 7-1/2”T x 7-1/2”W x 12”D. Made of nonferrous metal with one cast iron detail, displayed at the front with vertical red lines. Interior is colored in red and blue with white and yellow lettering. At the center are 5 die on a green felt base. “One ball of delicious gum for every coin.” Insert a penny and the center spins, moving the dice. Objective is similar to Poker rules. Featuring the original graphics but missing the tilt ball. In working condition. Circa 1934. Little wear throughout. No keys are provided. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00 1204 - **5¢ THE BANKER DICE TRADE STIMULATOR. 14-1/2”L. This counter top dice game offered players special cash prizes for scoring specific points on certain days of the week. One key is included. (Good). 200.00 - 600.00 1205 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. FOUR STAR REVIEW TRADE STIMULATOR. 5”T x 10”W x 16”D. Exhibit Supply Co. manufactured this dice game during the 1930’s. The paper in the interior does not show much wear and still very legible. The wood cabinet is worn throughout and the coin slide requires maintenance. Two keys are included. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00

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1206 - 1¢ STANDARD GAMES WINDMILL JR. COIN DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 18”T x 11”W x 6”D. Offers points for the number of pennies caught in the “spoon” just below the pin field. Game is for testing and amusement only. Playing field is in good condition with some wear to the paint of the wood cabinet. An older restoration. Includes key. Circa 1943. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1207 - COIN-OP LIBERTY MFG. CO. TWIN-WIN GAME. 4”T x 13”W x 13”D. This counter top arcade game is designed with a 5-way coin entry that accepts pennies, nickels, and dimes. The three dice and the center shake when a coin or coins are pressed all the way in. Coin entry is difficult to bring back out, occasionally gets stuck. Shows a bit of wear throughout. Includes key. Circa 1940. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00 1208 - 5¢ DAVAL MARVEL CIGARETTE TRADE STIMULATOR. 8-1/2”D x 8”W x 9-1/2”T. Three-reel counter top trade stimulator housed in an un-restored, original copper colored Art Deco style cabinet with cigarette reels. In working condition. Circa 1940. Two keys are included. (Very Good - Excellent). 100.00 - 300.00

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1209 - **1¢ GROETCHEN ZEPHYR GUM VENDOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 10-1/2”T. x 10-1/4”W. x 8-1/2”D. Groetchen manufactured the Zephyr in 1937. It holds up to 300 gum balls and has three cigarette themed reels. With original finish and replacement back door. In working condition. Two keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00

1212 - **1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. GINGER TRADE STIMULATOR. 9”T x 8”W x 8”D. This countertop machine features three cigarette reels and a smoking lady on the front plaque. The original reel strips show wear and the blue textured paint of the metal cabinet is excellent, showing very little paint loss. Includes two keys. Circa 1937. (Excellent). 100.00 - 300.00

1210 - **5¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. GINGER TRADE STIMULATOR. 11”T x 8”W x 8-1/2”D. This countertop machine features three cigarette reels and a smoking lady on the front plaque. Cabinet shows the original textured paint finish in red with some repainting and very minor paint loss. Works well. Circa 1937. Includes one key. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00

1213 - 1¢ THE TARGET TRADE STIMULATOR. 15-1/2”T x 12”W x 6-1/2”D. This countertop trade stimulator has an aluminum front with wood paneling as its interior, and it doubles as a gumball vendor. “Skill is determined by the total points he can make.” Circa 1920’s. This product is in fair condition, with some damage to the front door and casting above. No keys provided. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00

1211 - 1¢ BALLY MFG. CO. BABY RESERVE COUNTERTOP TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”T x 9-1/2”W x 8-1/2”D. Housed in a wood cabinet, this three reel machine offers points based on a combination of numbers shown on the reels. The Baby Reserve is also seen with fruit and cigarette reels. The cabinet shows an amateur repaint with some paint loss and replacement front door. Circa 1938. Includes five keys. (Very Good). 100.00 - 200.00

1214 - 1¢ DAVAL GUM VENDOR FORTUNE TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”T x 9-1/2” W x 9”D. This pint-sized trade stimulator provided players with the chance to spin the reels to discover their fortune through the three fortune reels. The vendor unit is missing as is the plunger. With a replacement back door and one poor quality reel strip. In working order. Circa 1932. Without keys. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00

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1215 - 1¢ DAVAL GUM VENDOR FORTUNE TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”T x 9”W x 8”W. Aluminum casting with the paint showing it has aged with time, but still contains the original three reel strip and award card. Button on the left, labeled “Push For Gum”, gives out colorful marbles. Insert one penny and the reels will tell your fortune. Includes a key but does not open the back panel. Lever is tough to push down but still works well mechanically. Circa 1933-1934. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1216 - **1¢ STAR MFG. SQUARE SHOOTER TRADE STIMULATOR. 14”D. This countertop trade stimulator is similar in design to a roulette wheel but has three balls instead of one. If players spun three of a kind they won packs of cigarettes. Worn throughout and requires maintenance to be operational. Two keys are included. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1217 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. HI-SCORE TRADE STIMULATOR. 6-1/2”T x 15”W x 11”D. Countertop trade stimulator with a wooden cabinet, yellow glass top, and five reels. Soiling and wear is present throughout. This device requires maintenance to become fully operational, coin insert is stuck. One key is included. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00

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1218 - 25¢ JACKPOT CHARLEY HOLE PUNCH TRADE STIMULATOR. 15”T x 13”W x 12”D. Players could win up to $1, $5 or $25 if they punched through the correct hole. Most of the holes on the game board remain un-punched. Wear and soiling is present throughout. One key is included. Comes with a separate wooden marquee that can be placed on or off. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1219 - 5¢ STAR AMUSEMENT CO. SPARKY TRADE STIMULATOR. 15”D x 15”W x 7-1/2”T. Star Amusement Co. produced this countertop game in 1952. It features 5 inverted triangle windows with numbers in each. Pressing the coin chute all the way in causes the numbers in the triangles to change. The cabinet is worn and scratched. One key is included. Numbers only change one way. (Good). 100.00 - 400.00 1220 - **5¢ GROETCHEN PUNCHETTE TRADE STIMULATOR. 13” x 7-1/2” x 9-1/4”. In original, working condition. This countertop machine offers a single punch for each coin inserted and offers rewards according to the amount printed on the other side of the red dot. Showing some paint loss. Circa 1936. Includes key. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00

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1221 - **1¢ PENNY WIGGLE COIN DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 15”T x 10”W x 4”D. The decal on the wooden peg board pin field touts “Make Penny Wiggle - Double or Triple Your Candy Money”. Players are guaranteed their coin back and have the potential to earn an extra 1 or 2 depending upon where their coin lands. Circa 1930’s. One key is included. (Good). 100.00 - 400.00 1222 - 5¢ A.B.T. WAGON WHEELS TRADE STIMULATOR. 6”T x 11”W x 20”D. Counter top trade stimulator with three horizontal, nested reels. Players spin the reels to make combinations like those found on a standard slot machine. Cabinet shows age and use-related wear yet retains the original manufacturer’s label on the inside of the back door. There is minor wear seen on the wood with little paint loss, and the silver paper shows crinkling. One key is included. (Good). 100.00 - 500.00 1223 - 1¢ PIN FIELD COIN DROP AMUSEMENT GAME. 18”T x 9”W x 5”D. Housed in a red painted wood cabinet with a hand painted happy clown face behind the pin field. Drop a penny from the slot at the top left and player’s penny will fall between the pegs. Maker and year of manufacturer are both unknown. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 100.00 - 400.00 1224 - **1¢ BETCO “PLAYER CHOICE” TRADE STIMULATOR. 8”T x 16”W x 16-1/2”D. Betco Products made this game in 1948. One penny gets 5 pinballs to shoot into a field of playing cards with holes. The edges of the play field have rubber bands stretched to keep the action going. Currently, there is a broken rubber band in the field preventing the balls from freely moving while the other rubber band occasionally grabs the pinballs. Rules are similar to Poker, where the balls land is the poker hand received and played. Two keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 400.00 1225 - 1¢ INDIVIDUAL DRINKING CUP CO. DIXIE CUP VENDING MACHINE. Largest: 3”D x 25”T. This wall-mount vendor is composed of a deep green sheet metal base, measuring 5” wide x 5” deep x 10” tall, and a tall, thin glass dome with pale green etched design, 3” deep x 25” tall. To dispense a cup, simply deposit a coin and slide the lever. Unrestored with original glass tube. Two keys and a wall mount bracket are included. (Excellent). 300.00 - 500.00

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1226 - MILLS NOVELTY “DELICIOUS CONFECTION” SLOT MACHINE SIDE MINT VENDOR. 5”D x 6”W x 19-1/2”T. Side mint vendor for attachment to a Mills Novelty slot machine. In un-restored, original condition. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 500.00 1227 - 1¢ U.G. GRANDBOIS GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE. 11-1/2”T x 4-1/2”Dia. Countertop vendor manufactured by U.G. Grandbois Co. in 1927. It has a black cast iron body with aluminum features and a cylinder domed globe. There is minor wear throughout. One key is included for the top cover. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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1228 - 1¢ MYSTERY GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE. 9-1/2”T x 7”Dia. This countertop vendor with an unknown manufacturer shows signs of erosion throughout and appears to have had a forest green finish. It has a cast iron body and has a round glass globe. One key is included. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00 1229 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ WILLIAM MICHAEL CO. AND NATIONAL NOVELTY CO. VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 15”T x 7-1/2”Dia. This lot includes 1 William Michael Co. vendor in fair condition, with its red hue darkened with age. Front display reads “Fragrant Ball Gum for the Breath One Cent.” One key is included. Measures 12” tall x 7-1/2” diameter. Also includes 1 - National Novelty Co. peanut vending machine. It is a restored piece, showing off its vibrant red color. Two keys are included. Measures 15” tall x 7-1/2” diameter. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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1230 - 1¢ MILLS TAB GUM WALL MOUNT VENDING MACHINE. 16”T x 10”W x 5”D. Mills Automatic gum vendor with a sleek stainless steel body and six different columns, for a variety of brands, including Beemans Pepsin Gum, Chiclets and Dentyne. Also named Subway Vendors due to its time around the stations. The dispensing lever is found underneath the glass display, for the individuals to make their choice. Circa 1932. One key is included. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1231 - 1¢ COLUMBUS GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE WITH STAND. 45”T x 15-1/2”Dia. This is a restored piece, repainted a bold maroon color with details of gold and an added black cast iron stand. This model is similar to Model 18 due to the unique brass coin entry made for slug rejection, however does not have a tray like Model 18. It features an stencil cut flap, the original decal on the round glass globe and original barrel locks. Circa 1924. One key is included. (Excellent). 200.00 - 500.00 1232 - 1¢ ACE VENDOR GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE. 14-1/2”T x 8-1/2”Dia. Manufactured by Operator Vending Machine Supply Co. in 1935, this countertop product, Model 43, was top of the Ace line. Similar to its sister Model 12 but has a different base and chute. It has an aluminum body and an octagonal shape, curved to appear more round. One key is included. Shows signs of age, with a small chip in the glass globe just above the coin entry. (Good). 200.00 - 500.00

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1233 - RARE 1¢ MYSTERY #58 VENDING MACHINE. 9”T x 10”Dia. This countertop vendor is a combined vending machine and condiment stand featuring an aluminum rotating display tray with a Wrigley’s gum dispenser underneath. Dispenser has a rotating wheel on the front grill. A very rare machine, to our knowledge, this is the only example known and featured in Bill Enes Silent Salesman Vol. 2. Patented in 1935. One key is included. (Very Good). 800.00 - 1,400.00

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1234 - 1¢ DOUBLE GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE WITH STAND. 39”T x 15”W x 14-1/2”D. Two gumball machines mounted on a black cast iron stand. One gumball machine was manufactured by Acorn, the Fadaway Chicle vendor. Displayed is a baseball player, reading “And Your Troubles Are Due For A Strikeout.” It is beautifully restored with new olive green and ivory paint. Has a rectangular glass dome. The other gumball machine is a Model Vendor, named Victor. Another restored piece, this is painted in a bold orange and black with a cylinder glass dome. Both dispensers are in excellent condition, no visible wear and both include one key each. (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

1235 - 1¢ HERSHEY’S CHOCOLATE BAR VENDING MACHINE. 31”T x 4”W x 6”D. A restored wall mount vendor with a new bright red painted finish, noticeable hints of yellow, a black bold font and a lustrous gold front grill. This product was manufactured for a huge campaign to help promote their chocolate bars. It is a one-column dispenser. Two keys are included. (Excellent). 100.00 - 300.00 LOT - 1234

1236 - 1¢ MYSTERY GUM BALL VENDING MACHINE. 13”T x 8”Dia. Manufacturer is unknown but this countertop vendor is similar to the Columbus models. It has a cast iron body with a white ceramic base. There are signs of age with evidence of oxidation along the lever side and pitting near the base of the globe. A zip tie is holding the top in place. This is the Mystery number 52 shown in Bill Enes Silent Salesman Vol. 2. In working condition. One key is included. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1237 - 1¢ INDIVIDUAL DRINKING CUP CO. DIXIE CUP VENDING MACHINE. 5”D x 5”W x 34-1/2”T. Green enamel base with brass column. Serial No.6537. Patented in 1913. Older restoration. Three keys are included. (Very Good). 100.00 - 500.00

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1242 - 1¢ MILLS AUTOMATIC GUM VENDING MACHINE. 16”T x 10”W x 5”D. Cast iron made, with red color fading with time. There are 6 columns for a variety of gum. Move the tab for gum of choice and gum will drop on silver tray. Serial number: 13502. Circa 1904. Wear throughout. No keys provided. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00

1238 - LOT OF 5: GAMING TOKENS AND COIN CHANGER. Largest: 9”D x 16-1/2”W x 7-1/2”T. This lot consists of 1 - oak poker chip rack with 8 columns filled with various chips from the Thunderbird Hotel and Casino, measuring 9” deep x 16-1/2” wide x 7-1/2” tall, 2 - clear acrylic racks filled with silver $1 casino gaming tokens, measuring 3” deep x 8-1/4” wide x 2” tall, 1 - clear acrylic rack filled with copper English pennies, measuring 3” deep x 8-1/4” wide x 2” tall, and 1 - grey wooden coin changer by Western Distributors of Portland, OR, measuring 5” deep x 7” wide x 11-1/2” tall. (Very Good). 100.00 - 200.00 1239 - 1¢ SILVER KING HOT NOT VENDING MACHINE ON STAND. 48”T x 14”Dia. This is a restored vendor in bright red, matching the hob nob light bulb at the top, with aluminum details and its original glass dome. Comes with black cast iron stand, making it stand 48” tall. Circa 1940’s. Includes one key. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00

1243 - 25¢ COLOGNE VENDING MACHINE. 7”T x 11”W x 12”D. This a wall mount or counter top, chrome finished cologne dispensing vendor. It has bright white decals with blue lettering. For only a quarter, an individual may choose one of the three different colognes advertised; Drakkar, Polo, Aramis. Cup hand in front of the nozzle, push the button and wait for the spray to release. Wear is seen throughout with minor scratches. Includes padlock with two keys provided. (Very Good). 100.00 - 400.00

1240 - 10¢ F&F VITAMIN C AND MALTED MILK VENDING MACHINE. 22”T x 9”W x 6-1/2”D. For a dime, turn the left or right knob to receive a pack of Vitamin C in a fruit flavor, or a chocolate malted milk, high in energy. The entire vending machine is colored in silver partnered with brown, yellow and red. There is visible paint loss seen throughout with scratches. No key is provided but front door panel can still open. Circa 1950’s and 1960’s. Manufactured by Jennings and Co. (Fair). 100.00 - 300.00 1241 - 1¢ REDCO SILVER COMET CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINE. 8-1/2”D x 6-1/2”W x 8”T. Small countertop cigarette vendor with a black crackle finish sheet metal cabinet. Redco Products Corp. manufactured these pint-sized vendors in 1930. Oxidation throughout. One key is included. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00

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1244 - LITTLE JEWEL PIANO. 60”T x 37-1/2”W x 19”D. This upright piano made of dark walnut is in good condition due to perfect working order. However, there are visible scratches that can be seen along the top. It has a beautiful Victorian design with the initials of Little Jewel Piano carved into the wood. Manufactured between 1918-1924, in which the company only lasted during those years. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1245 - LOT OF 4: RARE 1ST SERIES EDISON ROYAL PURPLE AMBEROL CYLINDER RECORDS. 4-1/2”T. In original boxes. Records include: 29001, 29003, 29005 and 29006. Missing 29002 and 29004. (Excellent). 400.00 - 1,000.00 1246 - LOT OF 6: ORCHESTRION MUSIC ROLLS. 5-1/4”T x 6-1/4”W x 16”L. This lot of six is comprised of 1- Seeburg Style “H” Orchestrion Music Program H-525; 1- Seeburg Style “H” Orchestrion Music Program H-584; 1- No.0044 Early Style Waltz Roll; 1- No.1230 Classical Roll; 1- No.1050 Favorite Song Roll; 1No.0373 Early Style Dance Roll. Each roll is contained in its own box. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00

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1247 - C.G. CONN 26K SOUSAPHONE. 19”D x 28”W x 52”T. This model 26K sousaphone was made by C.G. Conn Ltd. of Elkhart, Ind. in 1952. This brass instrument features a silver finish with a nice patina and small dents throughout. (Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00

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LOT - 1250 1248 - ANGELUS MODEL C2 PUMP ORGAN. 40”T x 44”W x 25”D. The forerunner of the traditional piano player of the early 20th century, this pump organ is also known as a push-up organ. It is interestingly operated by foot treadles and depends on perforated music rolls. Looks to be made of mahogany wood, with visible scratches throughout. Does not operate. Many are not seen today, a very rare item. (Fair - Good). 300.00 - 700.00 1249 - ONE-MAN BAND AUTOMATON. 20”D x 36”W x 71”T. An interesting mechanized one-man band figure with gear mechanism in back. Constructed of sheet metal and layered with thick coats of paint. With cymbals, bells, and a monkey conductor. Significant wear and oxidation throughout. In working order without music. (Fair - Good). 300.00 - 700.00 352

1250 - EDISON AMBEROLA 30 PHONOGRAPH. 16”D x 15-1/2”W x 13”T. This small phonograph from 1915 plays blue, 4-minute Amberol cylinders. Crank the handle and set the reproducer to hear the charming sound these machines play. Also included is a photocopy of the instruction manual. Plays well. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00 1251 - LOT OF 14: KALAMAZOO RECORDS. 10” Diameter These 10” records are all in sleeves. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00 1252 - SIAM SOO RECORD DANCING DOLL WITH BOX. Doll 12”T x 7”W x 7”D. Excellent paint on doll but arms need string repair. Comes with box that is 5”T x 13”W x 5”D and reads “Works With Any Phonograph”. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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1253 - SIAM SOO RECORD DANCING DOLL W/ BOX. 12”T. Excellent paint. Original stained and torn dress. String repairs needed. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00 1254 - O’NEIL-JAMES GRAND BUSY BEE PHONOGRAPH. 5-1/2”T x 11-3/4”W x 11-3/4”D. Spring wind up motor, original steel record lug, very good original Busy Bee reproducer, excellent original 25” red and gold pinstriped Busy Bee horn, case with excellent original finish and original manufacturer decal. Excellent horn support arm. Winds up and runs. Includes eight very good Busy Bee records and an original O’Neil-James catalog. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 1255 - FAIRY PHONOGRAPH LAMP. 34” x 15”. Nice silk lampshade. This beautiful phonograph is in fine working condition, and lights up. (Fair - Good). 300.00 - 700.00 1256 - LOT OF 2: ORGAN BANKS. 8”T x 5-1/2”W x 4”D. Includes two original figural cast iron organ banks, both cat and dog examples. Manufactured by Rudd Mfg. Co., both in working condition. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

1257 - LOT OF 3: NOVELTY MECHANICAL BANKS. 5”D x 5”W x 6-1/2”T. All three banks are in good original condition and are missing the spring mechanism to close the door. Each with a different color scheme. (Good). 400.00 - 600.00 1258 - LOT OF 2: I ALWAYS DID ‘SPISE A MULE MECHANICAL BANKS. 8-1/2”T x 10-1/4”W x 3”D. Includes both the Jockey Over and Boy On Bench examples. Manufactured by J. & E. Stevens. (Very Good - Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00 1259 - LOT OF 3: MECHANICAL BANKS. Largest 7.5”T x 8.5”W x 3”D. Including 1 - Hubley Trick Dog, 1 Hubley Monkey Bank and 1 - Humpty Dumpty. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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1260 - LOT OF 2: MECHANICAL BANKS. Largest 8”T x 7”W x 2-1/2”D. Includes 1- Eagle and Eaglets measuring 6”T x 7-1/2”W x 4”D; and 1- Trick Pony mechanical bank showing an early repaint. Both banks are in original condition. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1261 - LION AND TWO MONKEYS MECHANICAL BANK. 3-1/2”D x 9”W x 9-1/2”T. All original figural cast iron bank manufactured by Kyser & Rex Company. In working condition. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1262 - COLUMBUS SAVING MECHANICAL BANK. 6-1/2”T x 8-1/2”W x 3-1/4”D. Manufactured by J. & E. Stevens And Company. In working condition. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00

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1263 - UNCLE SAM MECH BANK. 4”D x 5”W x 11-1/2”T. Manufactured Shephard Hardware Company. Original and in working condition. (Excellent). 400.00 - 800.00 1264 - LOT OF 2: DINAH MECHANICAL BANKS. 7”T x 5”W x 5”D. Manufactured by Harper in England. Includes one short and one long sleeve example. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1265 - LOT OF 2: MECHANICAL BANKS. Largest 7”T x 10”W x 2-3/4”D. Including 1 - English Jolly N and 1 - Creedmore mechanical bank manufactured by J. & E. Stevens And Company. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1266 - LOT OF 2: MECHANICAL BANKS. Largest 8”T x 5-1/4”W x 4”D. Includes 1- Mule Entering Barn by J. & E. Stevens measuring 5”T x 8-1/2”W x 3-1/2”D; and 1- Organ Bank with dog and cat. Both figural cast iron banks are in working condition. (Very Good - Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 354

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1267 - SHEPHARD HARDWARE CO. MASON MECHANICAL BANK. 7-1/2”T x 7-1/2”W x 4”D. This figural cast iron bank shows two men working on a brick wall. All original and in working condition. (Very Good). 1,000.00 - 2,000.00

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1268 - LOT OF 2: I ALWAYS DID ‘SPISE A MULE MECHANICAL BANKS. 6”T x 10”W x 2-1/2”D. Includes both examples of the banks, Boy On Bench and Boy Over Horse. Manufactured by J. & E. Stevens. In working condition. (Very Good). 500.00 - 800.00

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1270 - LION AND TWO MONKEYS MECHANICAL BANK. 9-1/2”T x 9”W x 3-1/2”D. Figural cast iron bank manufactured by Kyser & Rex Company. In working condition. Includes a key. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

1269 - BOY ON TRAPEZE MECHANICAL BANK. 5”D x 5”W x 9”T. Manufactured by J. Batron Smith Co.. In working condition. (Excellent). 500.00 - 900.00

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1271 - UNCLE SAM’S 3-COIN REGISTER BANK. 5-1/4”D x 4-1/2”W x 6-1/4”T. Black sheet metal coin bank in the shape of a miniature cash register. This particular bank features Gilmore Red Lion decals throughout. Oxidation and wear is present throughout. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1272 - LOT OF 2: DINAH MECHANICAL BANKS. 5-1/2”D x 5-1/2”W x 6-1/4”T. Includes a short sleeve and a long sleeve example, in original condition. Manufactured by Harper Company in England. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1273 - LOT OF 2: BLACK AMERICANA MECHANICAL BANKS. Largest 6-1/2”T x 5-1/2”W x 5-3/4”D. Includes 1 - English Jolly N and 1 - English Middle Joe mechanical bank measuring 5.5”T x 4.5”W x 4.5”D.. Both in working condition. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 1274 - SPEAKING DOG MECHANICAL BANK. 7”T x 8”W x 3”D. Figural cast iron bank manufactured by Shephard Hardware Co. and in working order. (Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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1275 - LOT OF 2: SHEPHARD HARDWARE CO. MECHANICAL BANKS. Largest 3”D x 8”W x 7-1/2”T. Includes 1 - Speaking Dog; 1 - Humpty Dumpty. Both figural cast iron banks are in working condition. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1276 - LOT OF 4: VARIETY OF MINIATURE VAULT SAFE COIN BANKS. Largest 6”T x 5”W x 4”D. This miniature lot of 4 consists of 1- cast iron bank, with Victorian designs engraved throughout. Front reads “Burglar Proof House Safe” and does not lock. 6”T x 5”W x 4”D; 1- cast iron, painted in silver with a red center and has a simple ornate design throughout. Door remains locked. 5-1/2”T x 5”W x 4”D; 1- cast iron, painted in gold and red with ornate designs seen only on the sides. “Coin Deposit Bank” displayed at front. Door remains locked. 5”T x 4”W x 3-1/2”D; 1- is similar to the last but instead has a chrome finish. Door does not lock. 4”T x 3”W x 2-1/2”D. All show wear throughout, combinations for each is not provided. (Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1277 - LOT OF 2: TAMMANY MECHANICAL BANKS. 6”T x 3”W x 4.5”D. Manufactured by J. & E. Stevens and Company. Both figural cast iron banks are in working condition. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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1278 - 1933 ICE COLD COCA-COLA SIGN. 27-3/4”T x 20”W. This single-sided tin sign has a thick green border with yellow pinstriping and a red background. The “Sold Here” sign is in good condition with indications of wear throughout and slightly bent corners. (Very Good). 300.00 - 800.00

1280 - THE GLEDHILL-BROOK TIME RECORDERS COCA COLA TIME CLOCK. 15-1/2”W x 6-1/2”D x 44-1/2”T. This glass front time clock is housed in a wood case with “Coca-Cola Bottling Works. CHAS W. GREEN PROP. EST. 1919” etched into the glass. Shows scratches on the wood and a metal hook on top of the clock for hanging. Has a brass plate with maker’s name, contact information and “Off/Out” and “On/In”. Includes one key. (Good). 600.00 - 1,500.00

1279 - LARGE COCA-COLA KEG LABEL FLANGE SIGN. 12-1/2”D x 36”W x 42-1/2”T. This double-sided sign features a supersized label similar to ones that were found on wooden Coca-Cola kegs in the 1920’s and 1930’s. A piece that came out of an old bar with signs of wear to the frame, the advertising is a fantasy reproduction using an old design. With two domed acrylic lenses showing little to no wear, fantastic color, and a border of cocoa bean graphics set in an oxidized metal frame measuring 30” diameter. This sign is kept safely in its wooden shipping crate. (Good - Excellent). 1,000.00 - 3,000.00

1281 - COCA-COLA FOUNTAIN DISPENSER SIGN. 28”T x 27”W. Porcelain sign with an aluminum border and has 2 eyelets at the top for hanging. Displayed is a fountain dispenser with a glass full of coke. To the left, reads “Have A Coke” next to the trademark “Drink Coca-Cola” emblem. Colored in white, red and green. Minimal wear throughout. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,500.00 1282 - 1950’S DRINK COCA-COLA SIGN. 30”T x 17-1/2”W. White porcelain with a green crosshatch vector geometric pattern. Button “Drink Coca-Cola” emblem at the center. Two large enamel chips near midpoint with slight wear throughout. (Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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1283 - ICE COLD COCA-COLA PORCELAIN SIGN. 19-1/2”T x 28”W. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign of red with white and yellow lettering and border. Chipping to the enamel surrounding each grommet, with a few spots of paint re-touching. The body of the sign has curved. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1284 - CANDY FILMS COCA-COLA PORCELAIN SIGN. 17-3/4”W x 29-1/2”T. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign with a pale green cross-hatch vector background and the signature red Coca-Cola button logo. Above and below the logo reads “Candy” and “Films”. A few small chips are present along the sides and the sign has a curve to it. The reverse side of the sign is charcoal grey. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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1285 - COCA-COLA LOLLIPOP SIGN. 22”D x 30”W x 61”T. Red double-sided Coca-Cola sign on cast iron stand. With a few minor chips in the paint on either side. The base shows some oxidation and wear. (Good - Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1286 - SIGN OF GOOD TASTE COCA-COLA SIGN. 12”T x 32”W. Off-white background bordered in teal green with central double fishtail Coca-Cola logo and image of a glass Coca-Cola bottle. Showing minor wear along the edges. Circa 1950’s. (Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00

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1287 - FRENCH COCA-COLA PORCELAIN SIGN. 12-1/4”T x 29-1/4”W. Single-sided porcelain enamel sign of red with white and yellow lettering and border. Reading “Coca-Cola/ Vendu Ici Glace”. Some crazing can be seen throughout the surface and chipping of the enamel is present surrounding the grommets. The reverse side of the sign is white enamel. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 700.00 LOT - 1285

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1288 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA STOVE AND SIGN. Largest 6-1/2”D x 12-1/2”W x 10”T. This lot of two includes, 1- Superior Electric Ltd. miniature stove with Coca-Cola decals. 6-1/2”D x 12-1/2”W x 10”T; 1- Curved, single-sided porcelain enamel Coca-Cola sign. 4”W x 8”T. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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1289 - PAUSE... REFRESH YOURSELF COCA-COLA SIGN. 12”T x 25”W. Self-framed metal sign with cardboard backing. With yellow background and green illustrations of people enjoying various activities and Coca-Cola. Signs of oxidation and wear are evident on the corners and along the sides. The back of the sign is marked “Permanent Sign & Display Company, Reading, Penna”. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 600.00

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1290 - 1950’S DUTCH COCA-COLA SIGN. 18-1/2”T x 28-1/2”W. White porcelain with a green border and one eyelet at each corner. Lettering in red and green with a “Drink Coca-Cola” emblem at the bottom right. In Dutch it reads “Verfrist U Het Best” and translates to “Refreshing You The Best.” Condition is good with oxidation seen only at top left corner. (Good). 300.00 - 700.00 1291 - LOT OF 2: SHAVING MUGS. 3-3/4”W. x 4”T. Including 1 - Photo shaving mug showing sharp detail to the photo and reads “GEO S. Gray”. Free from chips or cracks; 1 - Traveling Meat Man with Horse Drawn Wagon mug with a very detailed picture. Free from cracks with a small chip on the front lip. Both show some fading to the gold trim and lettering. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 600.00

1292 - LOT OF 3: BARBER’S SHAVING MUGS. 3-3/4”T x 3-3/4”Dia. Including 1Occupational mug showing a picture of a woman and a man at a textile shop, in color, very detailed. Gold lettering and trim have faded substantially and are nearly invisible. Has Koken trademark on the bottom of the mug; 1- Mug for “C.J. Klunk,” showing an image of a horse shoe in gold color with a clover flower background. Gold trim around the mug is still good and gold on the horse shoe has scuffed off in part. Marked Lang & Co., Baltimore, MD on the bottom of the mug; 1- Small pink mug that reads “From The Standard Co Operation (last 4 letters are faded and invisible) Pottery Co. Fire Jan. 14th 1888” on the front with two scenic images on the sides. Showing crazing and a single crack through one of the images. All three mugs are free from chips and show some fading to the gold accents. (Good - Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

1293 - LOT OF 2: BARBER’S SHAVING MUGS. 3-1/4”Dia. x 4”T. Including 1 - Street car mug showing a picture of a cable car and Ohio decorator on bottom; 1 - Locomotive engine mug showing a picture of a train with tree and red flowers, exceptionally detailed. Reads “F.H. McConnell” across the top front with a St. Louis maker. Gold trim on both mugs is fading, but mugs are free from chips or cracks. (Very Good). 200.00 - 300.00 1294 - LOT OF 3: BARBER’S SHAVING MUGS. 3”T x 3-1/2”Dia. Including 1- An exceptionally detailed patriotic shaving mug showing an eagle with an American shield and “Edward Hackett” across the front. Full wrap of bright gold with slight wear; 1- Shaving mug with an image of a nude woman. Shows a flower design and bright gold trim with some scuffs but in good shape; 1- Boston & Albany Railroad mug with a pink flower design, gold lettering, and green trim around it, a very unusual mug. All mugs are free from chips or cracks. (Very Good - Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00

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1295 - LOT OF 2: BARBER’S SHAVING MUGS. 3-3/4”Dia. x 4”T. Including 1 - Fraternal T.O.T.E. style Indian chief mug marked “W.A. Austin”; 1 - Reverse glass mug marked “J.P. Moore” with a bright gold shield plaque, showing tiny chips around the shield, circa 1870 - 1880. Both mugs show some fading to the gold trim and are free from chips or cracks. (Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1296 - LOT OF 2: BARBER’S STERILIZER CASES. 12”W x 14”T x 8”D. Both cases have German silver trim with milk glass, white marble like stone on top and “Antiseptic Sterilizer” read at the center. Made by T. Noonan & Co., Boston. Wear throughout. (Very Good). 300.00 - 400.00 1297 - ROUND BARBER SHOP GLOBE SIGN. 16-1/2”Dia. x 17-1/2”T. Milk glass barber shop globe with deep etched lettering that reads “Massage, Barber Shop, Hair Bobbing”. Burgundy color on the back side has scuffed, could use repainting. No chips or cracks otherwise. Measuring 16” diameter with a 6” fitter. (Very Good). 400.00 - 600.00 1298 - THEO A. KOCHS BARBER CHAIR. 25”W x 54”D x 40”T. Constructed of oak, upholstered in tufted taupe velvet and adorned in brass finishing tacks and braided trim. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00 1299 - ANTIQUE EMIL J. PAIDAR ROUND SEAT BARBER CHAIR. 48”T x 30”W x 38”D. This hydraulic barber’s chair is white porcelain with green upholstery and market foot rest. Upholstery is a vibrant, true green color showing very little wear. Metal components and porcelain enamel show some age but overall very nice. (Very Good). 500.00 - 2,000.00

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1300 - LOT OF 2: AUGUST KERN BARBERS SUPPLY CATALOG & FRAMED BROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENT. Larger: 18-1/2”W. x 21-1/2”T. Including 1 - Burgundy color hardback 1887 catalog with tight binding, filled with black and white woodcut images of mugs, bottles, chairs, tools, etc. with 4 pages used as scrapbook, this catalog has everything you need for a barbershop, 7”W. x 9 5/8”T.; 1 - Dated 1888 paper advertisement showing shaving mugs and bright colors, housed in a brown and gold colored frame with wavy glass, 18 1/2”W. x 21 1/2”T. (Good - Very Good). 700.00 - 1,000.00

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1301 - FRAMED COWGIRL PRINT. 12-1/4”T x 12-1/4”W x 2-1/2”D. This is a modern print of a William Haskell Coffin (American, 1878-1941) pastel portrait. It is housed in a rotating frame similar to a desktop mirror. (Very Good Plus). 200.00 - 400.00

1303 - BARNUM & BAILEY GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH POSTER. 32”T x 42-1/2”W x 1-1/2”D. This colorful, original advertising poster features an image of a baby giraffe being bottle fed by a ring leader and reads “The only baby giraffe in America”. By The Strobridge Litho Co., marked 16-B-187. Circa 1916. This poster shows a single crease across the midline with a few small scrapes in the field. (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

1302 - EARLY BLACK TOP HAT. 11-1/2” Dia. The hat was made in London. Has two metal tags inside of the leather band that read “BL”. It is a quite small hat, probably a size 6-1/2. There are some scuff marks and soiling to the inside leather band. (Very Good). 200.00 - 400.00

1304 - BARNUM & BAILEY ORIGINAL CIRCUS ADVERTISING POSTER. 34” x 42” x 1-1/2”. Professionally matted and in a frame, this colorful litho features the Ugo Ancillotti Troupe of “French bicycle experts and sensational unicycle riders in feats of daring and skill”. Marked 1904 B No. 13 and copyright 1904 by The Strobridge Litho Co. Shows only a slight crease through the middle. (Excellent). 200.00 - 400.00

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1305 - BARNUM & BAILEY ORIGINAL CIRCUS ADVERTISING POSTER. 34”T x 42”W x 1-1/2”D. Professionally matted and in a frame, this colorful poster features “A hodge-podge of excruciatingly funny & comic episodes, mishaps & misfortunes, by the cleverest clowns in the world.” Marked 98 B No. 4-5 and copyright 1898 by The Strobridge Litho Co. Shows minor wear from a crease at the center line. (Excellent). 200.00 - 500.00

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1306 - LOT OF 2: TWIN CAST IRON JEMIMA DOOR STOPS. 12-1/2”T x 5-1/2”W x 4-1/2”D. This lot of two is made up of similar Aunt Jemima cast iron door stops with hollow insides. The only difference is the one being larger than the other. 1 - is 12-1/2”T x 5-1/2”W x 4-1/2”D with “Copyright” engraved in its interior; 1 - is 8-1/2”T x 4-1/2”W x 3-1/2”D with a little more detail, seen on the face. Both have visible wear throughout. (Fair-Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1307 - FRAMED FAIRBANKS GOLD DUST PRINT ADVERTISEMENT. 14-1/2”T x 25”D. This sign has a black frame with a white interior, showcasing a print copyrighted in 1921. Merchandising a cleaner, it reads “Kept Clean With..” pictured next to a Fairbanks Gold Dust Washing Powder Box in a bathroom with two black cherubs in a red skirt, cleaning a shining bathtub. Displays well, especially in a washroom. (Excellent). 100.00 - 300.00 362

1308 - LOT OF 3: “FIRE DOOR” SIGNS. 8-3/4”T x 11-3/4”W. Each of the three signs is red and features off-white lettering reading: “Fire Door Do Not Block”. The text in the lower left corner reads “Lansing B. Warner Inc., Chicago, Ill”. Each of the signs has minimal wear. (Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1309 - YOUR MYERS DEALER TIN SIGN. 18”T x 30”W. Single-sided tin sign of yellow with green text and image of a woman using a garden hose to knock the hat off a young boy. Some corrosion and oxidation is evident on the sides of the sign. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00

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1310 - HIRES ROOT BEER ADVERTISING SIGN. 11-1/2”T x 35-1/2”W. Turquoise colored thin metal sign advertising Hires Root Beer “Delicious in Bottles”. In the lower right corner is printed “DONASCO 2-48”. (Excellent). 100.00 - 300.00 1311 - LOT OF 4: HIRES ROOT BEER MUGS. 4-1/4”D x 7”T. Each of the four ceramic mugs is off-white in color with black text. Free from any significant chips or wear and faint crazing throughout. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 200.00 1312 - LOT OF 4: HIRES ROOT BEER SYRUP DISPENSER AND MUGS. Largest 8”D x 14”T. This lot of four is comprised of: 1- Off-white ceramic syrup dispenser with red and black lettering. “Drink Hires It Is Pure”, 8”D x 14”T; 2- Off-white ceramic mugs with black text, 4-1/4”D x 7”T; 1- Off-white barrel shaped mug with image of a child. The bottom is stamped “Villeroy & Boch/ Made in Germany for Charles E. Hires Company”, 3-1/4”D x 4-1/4”T. (Good - Very Good). 500.00 - 1,500.00

1313 - LOT OF 2: PRESSED STEEL SIGNS. Largest 20”T x 24”W. This lot of two contains, 1- Orange and black Hobbs Batteries sign, 20”T x 24”W; 1- White and red “Fire Danger in Village” sign, 6”T x 20”W. This sign has a slight bend and shows moderate paint loss. (Good - Very Good). 100.00 - 300.00 1314 - SOHMER & CO. PIANOS LITHOGRAPHIC ADVERTISEMENT. 44-1/2”T x 54”W. Beautiful large poster for Sohmer & Co. Pianos printed by Ketterlinus. It features the company name proudly displayed across the top of a cityscape collage of the company buildings from the factory in Long Island to the warehouse in New York City. With personalized border for Arthur P. Curtin, State Agent of Helena, Montana. Exceptional appearance throughout with vibrant colors and no discernible wear or damage. Professionally matted and framed in a golden frame. (Excellent). 500.00 - 1,000.00 1315 - FRAMED LION PRINT. 5”D x 45-1/4”W x 35-1/4”T. Sepia tone print of a charcoal drawing of a male lion but is not signed by the artist. Set behind glass in an oak frame resembling a circus train car. (Very Good). 500.00 - 1,000.00

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1316 - EVINRUDE DETACHABLE OUTBOARD ROWBOAT MOTOR. 35-1/2”T x 13”W x 19”D. This boat motor follows Evinrude’s design concept by turning a regular rowboat into a motorboat in minutes. It features a magneto ignition, with the gold rotater and wooden handle turning the boat at 180 degrees, also allowing reverse steering. This is a restored piece and in very good condition, having a dark navy color partnered with a gold finish. Circa 1915-1916. (Very Good). 1,200.00 - 1,800.00 1317 - CLARKE TROLLER OUTBOARD BOAT MOTOR. 22”T x 6”W x 14”D. This is a light weight, single cylinder, outboard boat motor manufactured between 1939-1940 and only a very few of this model was produced. This restored piece is in excellent condition, with chrome plating and gold accents. Serial number: T391554. (Excellent). 1,200.00 - 1,500.00 1318 - JOHNSON SEAHORSE OUTBOARD “SAUSAGE TANK” BOAT MOTOR. 32”T x 10”W x 12”D. Model number: MS-39. Serial Number: 315373. Some minor rusting at the center of the pipes. Comes with a “Johnson Sea-Horse Outboard Motors Handy Chart.” Circa 1939. (Very Good-Excellent). 700.00 - 1,000.00

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LOT - 1322 1319 - EVINRUDE FOLD LIGHT OUTBOARD BOAT MOTOR. 18”T x 11”W x 15”D. This is a restored, detachable boat motor with the propeller extending out 18” unfolded and features opposing twin cylinders. Serial number: 1001008. Invented in 1929, later manufactured in 1930. (Very Good). 700.00 - 900.00 1320 - EVINRUDE ELTO CUB OUTBOARD BOAT MOTOR. 36”T x 11”W x 14”D. Restored piece, with little signs of wear. Features include chrome propeller, 1/2 HP and 1 cylinder. Manufacture number: 4261-00034. Circa 1940’s. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1321 - MUNCIE GEAR WORKS NEPTUNE OUTBOARD BOAT MOTOR. 34”T x 8”W x 12”D. This outboard boat motor is in very good condition, as it is a restored piece and has minor signs of wear. Its features include a glossy forest green color partnered with bright red, containing a single cylinder and 2.5 HP. Model number: 17A2. Serial number: J425524. Circa 1947. (Very Good). 400.00 - 800.00 1322 - LOT OF 3: VARIETY OF OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. 39-1/2”T x 11”W x 16-1/2”D. This lot of motors consists of: 1 - Sears Roebuck Elgin unit in olive green, manufactured in 1937 with 9.3 HP. Model #: 571.58621. 40”T x 9”W x 18”D.; 1 - Johnson Seahorse, manufactured in the late 1940’s with 5 HP. 40”T x 10.5”W x 19.5”D.; 1 - Evinrude Zephyr, manufactured in 1946 with 4 cylinders and a 5.4 HP. Model #: 4404-05055. 39.5”T x 11”W x 16.5”D. All three motors are worn with oxidation throughout. (Fair - Good). 400.00 - 800.00

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1323 - LOT OF 2: EVINRUDE OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. Largest 43”T x 12”W x 17”D. Two Evinrude outboard motors with wear throughout as well as minor erosion on the midsection and lower unit. 1- is the Fleetwin Aquasonic Evinrude outboard boat motor manufactured in 1957 with a 7.5 HP. Colored entirely in an aquamarine hue. 42-1/2”T x 11”W x 17”D; 1- is the Evrinrude Light Four, manufactured in 1949 with 4 cylinders and 9.7 HP. Serial No.: 4389-25811. 43”T x 12”W x 17”D. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1324 - LOT OF 2: TWO OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. 40”T x 17”W x 17”D. Both of these boat motors have multiple indications of wear and oxidation throughout, noticeable on the midsection, mounting bracket and lower unit. 1 - Johnson Motor Company Unit, manufactured in 1934 with 3.3 HP. Model F-70. Serial #: 219893. 35”T x 15”W x 15”D.; 1 - Water Witch outboard boat motor, manufactured in 1937 and built by Kissel. Model MB 571-20. 40”T x 17”W x 17”D. (Fair). 300.00 - 600.00

1325 - LOT OF 2: EVINRUDE AND JOHNSON OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. Largest 21”D x 14-1/2”W x 38”T. Both of these motors show wear throughout from age and use. 1- 5 HP Model AT-10 Johnson Seahorse, Serial No. 348-754, circa 1940, 21”E x 14-1/2”W x 38”T; 1- 2 HP Evinrude Sportsman Model 4412, Serial No. 4412-02439, circa 1946, 25”D x 10”W x 38”T. (Fair - Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1326 - LOT OF 2: OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. Largest 16”D x 16”W x 37”T. Both of these motors show wear throughout from use and age. Neither has been tested. 1- 1.7HP Neptune Mighty circa 1952, 9”W x 20”D x 36T; 1- Early Water Witch, Serial No.S32694, 16”D x 16”W x 37”T. (Fair - Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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1327 - LOT OF 2: CHAMPION AND KIEKHAEFER OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. Largest 37”T x 11”W x 19”D. This lot of two consists of two outboard boat motors. 1- is a Kiekhaefer Mercury Mark 5, manufactured in 1955. 5 HP with double cylinders and Phaelon Magneto Ignition. Powerhead is colored in dark green with red font. Serial No.: 785941. 37”T x 11”W x 19”D; 1- is a Blue Ribbon Champion outboard boat motor, manufactured in 1949 with 3.5 HP. Significant paint loss on the powerhead. 36”T x 10”W x 26”D. Both of these motors have wear throughout with indications of oxidation towards the propellers. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00

1329 - LOT OF 2: MUNCIE GEAR WORKS INC. NEPTUNE OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. Largest 38”T x 8”W x 13”D. This lot consists of two Muncie Gear Works Neptune units with one in better condition than the other. 1- is painted gold with a white propeller, possibly restored with minor wear. It was manufactured in 1957 with 1.7 HP. Model: WC1. Serial No.: E807. 34”T x 8”W x 18”D; 1- is Model 17A3, Serial No.: 437624. It was manufactured in 1947 with 3.7 HP and has a Wilco Model Ignition. The powerhead is black with the midsection and lower point showing signs of oxidation. 38”T x 8”W x 13”D. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00

1328 - LOT OF 2: JOHNSON SEAHORSE OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. 44”T x 12”W x 27”D. This lot is made of two Johnson Seahorse units: 1 - A Model 5-1/2, manufactured in 1960 with twin cylinders and 5.5 HP. It is an ivory color and has been rebuilt. Minor wear throughout. 39”T x 12” x 20”D. 1 - Model 25, manufactured in 1954 with 25 HP. It is colored in olive green matched with silver and red. There is a visible crack going down the center of the motor and has oxidation from the midsection, down. 44”T x 12”W x 27”D. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00

1330 - LOT OF 2: JOHNSON AND EVINRUDE OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. 38”T x 10”W x 17”D. This Lot consists of: 1 - Johnson Motor Company unit, manufactured in 1937 with 9.3 HP. Model KA-37. Serial #: 202874. The powerhead looks to be in good condition but oxidation can be seen from the midsection and down. 42”T x 14”W x 16”D. 1 Evinrude Sportwin outward boat motor manufactured in 1937 with 3.3 HP. Visible erosion and wear throughout. 38”T x 10”W x 17”D. Not tested. (Fair-Good). 300.00 - 600.00

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1331 - LOT OF 2: JOHNSON OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. Largest 16”W x 19”D x 43”T. Both motors show signs of wear throughout and neither have been tested. 1- 10 HP Johnson Sea-Horse Model QD-12, Serial No. 918258. 19”D x 11”W x 42”T; 1- Johnson Sea-Horse, Serial No. 844531. 16”W x 19”D x 43”T. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00 1332 - LOT OF 2: JOHNSON OUTBOARD BOAT MOTORS. Largest 16”D x 11”W x 40”T. Both of these motors display some wear throughout and are untested. 1- 2.5HP Johnson Sea-Horse Model HD26, Serial Nno.110575, circa 1951. 15”D x 10”W x 36”T; 1- 5HP Johnson Sea-Horse Model TN27, Serial No.873093, circa 1950-1951. 16”D x 11”W x 40”T. (Good). 300.00 - 600.00

LOT - 1335

1333 - SEARS ROEBUCK ELGIN OUTBOARD BOAT MOTOR. 40”T x 7-1/2”W x 20-1/2”D. There is erosion all around the propeller but the tank only shows minor signs of wear. It is coated with an emerald green color matched with mustard yellow font. Features include a single cylinder and 2.5 HP but unlike most models, this cannot go in neutral or reverse. Model number: 571.58582. Serial number: 562.8871. Circa 1946-1950’s. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1334 - JOHNSON SEAHORSE OUTBOARD BOAT MOTOR. 43-1/2”T x 9”W x 17-1/2”D. In fair condition, with visible wear throughout but overall has a nice appearance due to the classic red and white paint. This motor features forward and reverse gears with high and low speeds and 7-1/2 HP. Model number: AD-10M. Serial number: 403458. Circa 1956. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00 1335 - MARTIN “40” OUTBOARD BOAT MOTOR. 37-1/2”T x 9-1/2”W x 16”D. Though there are clear indications of wear and oxidation throughout this motor, mainly seen on the propeller and tank, it is a one-of-a-kind item. Manufactured in 1949, it is known for its smooth operation and easy start up. Its features include a double cylinder, 3.8 HP and a 5 pint tank capacity. Comes with a printed copy of the original Martin Outboard Motor Manual. Serial number: B-49102. (Good). 200.00 - 400.00

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1336 - LOT OF 3: INDIAN HEAD WALL POCKETS. Largest 2”D x 6”W x 7”T. This lot is comprised of three wall-mount chalk-ware Native American Indian heads with small reservoirs at the top of their heads. Those small depressions were used to store matches. Circa early 1900’s. 1- Looking to the left with multi-colored headdress, with flat back, 2”D x 6”W x 7”T; 1- Looking to the right, without headdress, and with hollow back, 2-1/2”D x 5”W x 7”T; 1- Looking to the left with headdress whose band reads “Household”. With a hollow back, 3”D x 6”W x 6-1/2”T. Each of the three heads show some chipping and paint loss. (Good - Very Good). 300.00 - 500.00 1337 - COLLECTION OF BUFFALO BILL AND NATIVE AMERICAN LUCKY PENNIES. Box 8-1/4”T x 6-1/4”W x 1”D. This group of 4 lucky pennies is made of nonferrous metal and of different variety. 1- is a Denver Mountain Parks Buffalo Bill coin with a brass finish. Circa 1917. 1- is a “Souvenir Penny Of Denver Colorado” circa 1915. 1- is another Buffalo Bill coin but of Buffalo Bill Centennial, in a dark nickel finish. Circa 1946. Lastly, 1- is a silver matte finish Panama-Pacific & Panama-California Exposition coin of 1915. All four coins are in very condition, with a diameter of 3-3/4 inches. Lucky Pennies are displayed in a black box with a glass front. (Very Good). 300.00 - 400.00 1338 - COLLECTION OF NATIVE AMERICAN PINS. 8-1/2”T x 12-1/4”W x 1”D. Wonderful grouping of 15 Native American pins, of different varieties that date from 1896 to 1926. They each have a depiction of a Chief, one says “New Mexico Land of Enchantment” and another says “Pioneer Days Raton N. M.” All are circular, except for one with a stunning gold filigree border. Another pin is double-sided, featuring Buckskin Charlie, Head Chief of the Utes and reads “Second Annual Pow-Wow Atlantic City, N. J.” The back reads “In Honor Of The G. C. U. S.” Minimal signs of wear. (Excellent). 300.00 - 400.00 368

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1339 - LOT OF 5: NATIVE AMERICAN CHINA BUST BANKS. Largest 5”T x 3-1/2”W x 3”D. This lot of 5 is china rather than ceramic porcelain, which is much more durable. The first two banks are of similar quality with glossy colorful paint. 1- is 5”T x 3-1/2”W x 3”D; 1- is 4-3/4”T x 3”W x 3”D; The rest of the three in the lot, have a matte. 1- is a Native American woman. 3”T x 2”W x 1-1/2”D; 1- has a darker maroon face compared to the others. 4”T x 3”W x 3”D; 1- is similar to the other 3 chiefs. 3”T x 2-1/2”W x 2”D. (Good). 300.00 - 400.00 1340 - HIDE HUNTERS SAW BLADE ARTWORK. 7-1/4”T x 23-3/4”W. This unusual piece of artwork was crafted from a metal saw blade. The bottom reads “Hide Hunters” and depicts a man hunting a buffalo. (Excellent). 300.00 - 400.00

www.MorphyAuctions.com | October 22, 2017


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1341 - NATIVE AMERICAN RUG. 61”W x 32”T. Rug with a symmetrical design matched with an array of black, ivory and orange colors. Early woven style, some light staining. (Excellent). 300.00 - 600.00 1342 - LARGE COUNTER TOP CIGAR STORE INDIAN DISPLAY. 17”T x 10”W x 9”D. A Native American Chief holding a pipe, sitting with his legs crossed that form a small bowl. It is a molded chalk figure, painted in an array of vibrant colors to match the earth tone clothing wear. Circa 1940-1950’s. There is some minor wear throughout. (Very Good). 250.00 - 450.00

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1343 - LOT OF 4: 1890’S GERMAN SHOOTING TARGETS. 18”T x 26”W. Each of these Förster-Hoppe Zeitz lithograph shooting targets are mounted to a foam core board and sealed in plastic. Each shows six targets with various wild animals at their centers and measure 17”T x 24-1/2”W. (Excellent). 250.00 - 350.00 1344 - PAIR OF BEADED MOCCASINS. 10” L. Made of animal skin with intricate hand-sewn beading and thick leather sole. No indications of size. Circa mid 20th century. (Excellent). 200.00 - 300.00

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