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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.


Quality

COLLECTIONS Fresh to the Market.


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COLLECTIONS Fresh to the Market. MORPHY AUCTIONS in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and Las Vegas, Nevada is the fastest growing auction house in the country. Founded by Dan Morphy in 1997, Morphy Auctions continues to set auction world records across all collecting categories. In December 2017, Morphy Auctions made the move to merge with the renowned auction company, James D. Julia, Inc. This merger positioned Morphy Auctions to become one of the largest antique auction houses in North America. With the combined following of buyers, Morphy Auctions attracts buyers worldwide.

We employ the most talented and knowledgeable experts in the industry. We pride ourselves on having the best expert for each collecting category we specialize in. Our team of experts are available to assess your collection and oversee your consignment throughout the consignment process.

OUR PURPOSE IS TO DELIGHT COLLECTORS WORLDWIDE BY PROVIDING THE BEST OVERALL BUYING AND SELLING EXPERIENCE. WE ACCOMPLISH THIS BY: • Fresh to the market collections • Chosen and described by the best experts • Managed by the best team with Integrity


CONSIGNMENT Once the valuation process is over and you would like to consign your item(s) to Morphy Auctions, a Morphy Auctions Representative will contact you. At this point, your Morphy Representative will coordinate all of the details of your consignments and logistics (consignment rate, special clauses, auction date, etc.) The Morphy Representative will finalize the contract with you and arrange for shipment or pick-up of your items.

INVENTORY, INSURANCE & STORAGE From the time your items are in our possession, they will be fully insured for the amount of the low pre-sale estimate until they transfer to the buyer who purchased the item at auction. After we receive your consigned items, our consignment team will tag and inventory each item. Our state-of-the-art process ensures that each of your items is properly documented and stored prior to the items being displayed. Our system also allows us to make sure the correct expert inspects, describes and estimates your items. Prior to your items being displayed, Morphy Auctions will store them in our museum-grade storage facilities. Morphy Auctions has advanced security systems in place to keep your items safe and secure.

DESCRIPTIONS, ESTIMATES & PHOTOGRAPHY We employ the foremost experts in the industry to provide unbiased descriptions and estimates for your auction consignments. For highly specialized, niche categories, we have a bank of experts that we bring in to ensure accurate and trustworthy descriptions. We consider all of our experts to have the greatest knowledge and best reputations within their given field.

Our full time on-site photographers will take multiple photographs of each of your items, accurately representing your pieces. Approximately 7 weeks prior to the auction date, a member of our consignment team will provide a report of your consigned items that includes the expert’s description, estimates, and photos. It is at this time, that you can review all of the descriptions and estimates and discuss any changes you would like with a member of our consignment team.

DISPLAY In addition to your items being available to view online, they will also be displayed in our gallery for several weeks prior to the auction date. Our display coordinator carefully displays each of your items so it is represented properly and is accessible for previewing. Morphy displays all of your auction pieces in museum-quality glass display cases or locked gallery preview rooms, protected by full-time camera surveillance and only handled by Morphy Representatives.

SELLING AT AUCTION On the designated auction date, we will hold a live auction of all items in that sale. For buyers who cannot attend our live auction, we offer multiple other ways to bid including telephone bidding, absentee bids, and online/internet bidding.

CONSIGNOR PAYOUT Morphy Auctions prides itself in prompt payout to our consignors. Payments are made within 45 days of each auction.


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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. The Terms in writing contained herein are subject to change without notice and bidder agrees that the most recently published Terms of Sale as published or amended on the website at the beginning of the auction shall apply.

LIMITED GUARANTEE

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There will be no options for refunds of any type beyond 35 calendar days from the auction date. Paying late and thus receiving items late will not change the limitation on the dates above for refund consideration. Please also refer to POST SALE RETURN POLICY at end of terms. 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

MORPHY’S makes every effort to accurately describe all items offered in its sales. The descriptions carry a limited guarantee. It is a guarantee to protect you against major discrepancies that would have a major effect upon the value of the item. Under no circumstances do we guarantee against anything less than a major discrepancy that would have less than a major effect upon value. This limited guarantee covers authenticity, major restoration or repair not described, counterfeits, reproductions or major fabrications not disclosed in the description. Examples of what we do not guarantee against, imperfections, slight damages, handling marks, natural imperfections, undisclosed blemishes, finish differences, wood-to-metal fit issues, surface cracks or chips in wood, dings and dents, bore condition and other similar differences that are inherent in the antiques and collectible industry. All items are sold for display purposes. 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. It is the bidder’s responsibility (present or absentee bidders) to determine by inspection by themselves or a hired professional the exact condition of each item prior to bidding on the item. Should MORPHY’S deny an authenticity issue dispute of the buyer, and the buyer is not satisfied, the buyer may, at his or her own expense, obtain the written opinion of two mutually agreed upon recognized experts in the field of the disputed item. The final decision of those experts will determine any refund consideration. This limited guarantee is only available to the buyer of record. Please also refer to POST SALE RETURN POLICY at end of terms.

GAMING DEVICES - MORPHY’S may hold these items for up to 5 business days to allow state agencies to verify the buyer’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.

Except as stated in the limited guarantee above, 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. 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. We will do our best, but cannot promise 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 buyer acquires any reproduction rights in the property. All items will be available for preview approximately one (1) month prior to the auction.

SPORTS COLLECTIBLES • Return Considerations o MORPHY’s is not responsible for a third party grading company agreeing or disagreeing with our assessment, and we cannot issue refunds or credits if cards do not receive a numerical grade or the exact grade that we describe. MORPHY’s strongly recommends that you personally evaluate any items that you are bidding on, and make your own determination about its grade. MORPHY’S offers no guarantee of grade for uncertified items sold and subsequently submitted to a third-party grading service. o Cards sold referencing a third-party grading service are sold “as is” without any express or implied warranty. Certain warranties may be available from the grading services, and the Bidder is referred to them for further details: Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA), Sportscard Guaranty LLC (SGC), Global Authentics LLC, Beckett Grading Services (BGS), JO Sports, Inc. o MORPHY’S will not accept return of certified items due to possible differences of opinion with respect to the grade offered by any third-party organization, dealer, or service. Grading does not qualify for return evaluation, nor do such complaints constitute a basis to challenge the authenticity of a lot. (continued...)

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.


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Terms & Conditions o MORPHY’s shall not be liable for any patent or latent defect or controversy pertaining to or arising from any encapsulated collectible. In any such instance, buyer’s remedy, if any, shall be solely against the service certifying the collectible. o Under extremely limited circumstances related solely to authenticity, such as a highly significant cataloging error, a buyer, who did not bid from the floor, may request MORPHY’S to evaluate voiding a sale. o Lots returned must be completely intact in their original form and undamaged holder, or there will be no credit. Certifications are void and returns are not accepted for any cards removed from their third-party grading holder. o All elements of the MORPHY’S POST-SALE RETURN POLICY apply. There are absolutely no exceptions to this policy. • On any lot presented with a Letter of Authenticity (“LOA”) issued by MORPHY’S o The bidder shall solely rely upon the warranties of the authentication provider issuing the Letter or opinion, or on the warranties of the authentication provider of the bidder’s choice. o Warranty inures only to the original buyer. Buyer may not transfer the rights afforded under the LOA, and it is null and void when Buyer transfers or attempts to transfer the lot. o The LOA warranty is valid from date of the auction in which Buyer was awarded the lot to four (4) years after its purchase. o The LOA warranty is valid as to its attribution to the person or entity described or to the lot’s usage, e.g. game worn. o Claim procedure: o Buyer must contact MORPHY’S within the warranty period, prior to submission of the lot as to his intent to make a claim, receive prior approval, and arrange secure shipment. o Buyer must present with the claim, authoritative written evidence that the lot is not authentic as determined by a known expert in the sports field. o If MORPHY’S concurs that the lot is not as represented, Buyer shall be refunded their purchase price. o If the MORPHY’s denies the claim, the Buyer agrees to the AGREEMENT REGARDING GOVERNING LAW, VENUE, AND LEGAL RIGHTS noted herein. o The LOA does not provide for incidental or consequential damages or other indirect damages. Any lot sold with a certificate of authenticity or other warranty from an entity other than Auctioneer or Morphy’s affiliates is subject to such issuing entity’s rules and such conditions are the sole remedy afforded to buyer. • In the event MORPHY’s cannot deliver the lot, or subsequently it is established that the lot lacks title, provenance, or authenticity, MORPHY’s liability shall be limited to voiding of the sale and refund of purchase price. In no case shall MORPHY’s liability exceed the winning bid on that lot, which bid shall be deemed for all purposes the value of the lot. After one year has elapsed, MORPHY’S maximum liability shall be limited to any buyer’s premium earned on that lot. • Due to changing grading standards over time, differing interpretations, and to possible mishandling of items by subsequent owners, MORPHY’S reserves the right to grade items differently than shown on certificates from any grading service that accompany the items. MORPHY’S also reserves the right to grade items differently than the grades shown in the prior catalog should such items be reconsigned to any future auction. • There is a subjectivity to grading, especially the grading of cards. Every effort is made to verify the condition of each lot as it is described. MORPHY’S accepts items for auction after careful scrutiny by not only ourselves, but, when necessary, by other leading authenticators. We cannot guarantee that every card described by us

will in all cases receive exactly the same grade, or even be accepted for grading, from any third-party grading service. Similarly, we cannot guarantee that every card graded by one third-party grading service will in all cases receive exactly the same grade by another third-party grading service. Occasionally a lot description will include the words “we have submitted,” which is intended to be taken literally and give bidders great confidence that MORPHY’S has not “done anything” to the cards to alter or otherwise improve their appearance and ultimate grade. No warranty, whether expressed or implied, is made with respect to any grade, condition, or other adjectival descriptions, which can and do vary, even among experts. • Large Autograph Group Disclaimer: When dealing with a single individual auction lot containing many items, these lots are offered with the explicit understanding that it is possible that there may be a small percentage which are not authentic. When authenticating large lots, such as a collection of 6,000+ signed 3 x 5 cards, or a set of 700+ signed baseball cards, great care has been taken in the authentication process, with all the greater attention focused on any items representing a concentration of value. It is always possible that on rare occasions a secretarial or stamped signature could be missed here or there. Without this disclaimer, as a practical matter, it would not be possible for MORPY’S to offer such lots at all. All bidders bidding on such lots do so with this understanding. • Abbreviation/Definition/Condition Key: PR — Poor, GD — Good, VG — Very Good, EX — Excellent, NM — Near Mint, MT — Mint. NOTE: If an item has a multiple grade such as VG-EX, then that item falls somewhere in between those two conditions. 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 buyers 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 buyers 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 buyer’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 buyers 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 buyer’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 buyer 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’S absentee bidding terms and conditions. During the live sale, the auctioneer will execute your absentee bid (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions 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’S. 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 50% 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 20% buyer’s premium will be added to all successful bids and is payable by the buyer as part of the total purchase cost. A 3% merchant fee is also automatically applied to all invoices but can be discounted upon payment by cash, check, money order or wire transfer that is received within 7 days from the receipt of the invoice. If the type of payment is split, invoice will reflect the 3% charge for merchant fees on the entire invoice. In addition, a surcharge will be added for certain third party online bidding platforms 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, INTEREST & STORAGE FEES

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 invoice. 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. Interest will be charged on all balances not paid at the rate of 1-1/2% monthly (18% APR) effective 30 days from the invoice date. All goods not retrieved by Buyer within 30 days after the invoice date, shall be subject to a storage fee of $50 per regular sized item per month or $100 per oversized item per month. Buyer authorizes MORPHY’s to sell, at their standard commission and consignment contract terms, any goods not retrieved after a 90 day period in any manner deemed appropriate by MORPHY’s and the proceeds will be applied to any outstanding balance due from the buyer. Absentee bids placed through www.morphyauctions.com and Proxibid.com will be auto charged to the credit card on file within 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. • CREDIT CARD - If a credit card is used as any form of total payment, invoice will reflect a 3% surcharge on the entire invoice. This charge is automatically added, but will be discounted if payment is received by cash, check, money order or wire transfer. • CHECK - There will be a $30.00 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 requirement. We will accept a personal or company check >$2,000 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 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.

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Terms & Conditions PACKING/SHIPPING

• It is the bidder’s responsibility to take shipping, handling, and 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 buyer 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 buyer. 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 all items that MORPHY’S accepts for shipment to locations that can accept shipments will be made available as an added courtesy and at an additional cost. We recommend that you arrange insurance for your items immediately upon becoming the highest bidder. All applicable charges will be applied to the invoice. Shipping will be based on actual costs via FedEx, USPS, or other carriers required based upon the contents of the shipment. Packaging and insurance will vary in cost depending on the items on each invoice. All packages will be shipped with insurance. Standard items packed internally by MORPHY’s will ship seven to fourteen (7-14) business days after payment is received. Oversize and breakable items, which MORPHY’s will indicate on the invoice, will ship based upon the buyer’s arrangement with a 3rd party shipper. MORPHY’s cannot combine standard item shipments with oversize and breakable item shipments. 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 buyer. MORPHY’S shall not be held liable for any loss or damage that may be caused by the said agent or employee. • SHIPPING TERMS - MORPHY’S will ship items to the buyer at the listed address via FedEx or other carriers, FOB Denver, Pennsylvania 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’S, is at the risk of the buyer. Any additional insurance coverage should be purchased by the buyer through the carrier. Buyer releases MORPHY’s 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’S for loss or damage occurring during transit. • INSURANCE - Shipping insurance is automatically added, which you can decline by contacting us and providing a signed waiver of insurance form. Insurance for all 3rd party shipments must be arranged through that carrier. Insurance provided or purchased through MORPHY’s applies only to shipments to the United States and Canada. Buyers must purchase their own insurance for shipments to other countries. • 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 OVERSIZE ITEMS – Buyers will need to either pick up the items personally or arrange a 3rd party shipping service for oversize items. As a general guideline, the following will indicate which packages apply, as they are of a certain weight, length, or dimensional size.

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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. Please refer to MORPHY’S limited guarantee herein. A Return Authorization Number (RA#) 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 RA# on the outside and inside of the package, with full insurance, so it arrives at MORPHY’S within one week of the aforementioned authorization. PRIVACY TO REVIEW OUR PRIVACY POLICY, PLEASE VISIT WWW.MORPHYAUCTIONS.COM/PRIVACY-POLICY All rights reserved. Entire contents copyright 2018, Dan Morphy Auctions LLC. Copyright includes, but is not limited to, print media, microform and electronic media, such as CD-ROMS and online computer services.

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Auctioneer sells approximately 80-100 lots per hour.

WEDNESDAY LOTS 1,001 - 1,080 9:00 AM 1,081 - 1,160 10:00 AM 1,161 - 1,240 11:00 AM 1,241 - 1,320 12:00 PM 1,321 - 1,400 1:00 PM 1,401 - 1,480 2:00 PM 1,481 - 1,560 3:00 PM 1,561 - 1,640 4:00 PM 1,641 - 1,707 5:00 PM

THURSDAY LOTS 2,001 - 2,080 9:00 AM 2,081 - 2,160 10:00 AM 2,161 - 2,240 11:00 AM 2,241 - 2,320 12:00 PM 2,321 - 2,400 1:00 PM 2,401 - 2,480 2:00 PM 2,481 - 2,560 3:00 PM 2,561 - 2,640 4:00 PM 2,641 - 2,720 5:00 PM 2,721 - 2,775 6:00 PM

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NOVEMBER 20, 2019 Wednesday Session | Auction Starts at 9:00am LOTS: 1,001 - 1,695 Items on Display Approximately 4 weeks prior to Auction Date. Please Call to Confirm.

Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm Sunday, November 17 9:00am - 2:00pm Auction Day Preview Begins at 8:00am

∙ 20% BUYER’S PREMIUM ∙ PROV IDED C ERTAI N C ONDI TION S ARE M E T

AUCTIONEERS: Shaye Krispine Angel Lopez Dan Morphy

DIVISION CONSULTANTS: Tom Tolworthy

Coin-Op & Advertising Consultant

Chris Hall

General Antiques & Advertising Consultant

Don Grimmer

Coin-Op, Gambling & Advertising Consultant

Gary Metz

Coca-Cola & Soda Pop Advertising Expert

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LOT - 1002

LOT - 1001

1001 - 5¢ CAILLE BROTHERS VICTORY BELL GUM FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 15” x 14” x 26”. A wonderful original gum front Victory with bright original reel strips and award card. Beautiful cast-iron castings with ornate gum displays on either side of the center pull. Vender mechanism and deferred pay both present and operations. Has keys. (Very Good). 4,000 - 8,000

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1002 - 5¢ MILLS OK GUM COUNTER TOP SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE VENDOR. 26” x 22 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/4”. This early Mills OK Gum Slot machine is marked for Liberty Bell Gum Fruit and has an embossed door to the coin entry marked “Charles Fey”. Early style “round pin” mechanism with payout wheel indicator, complete and intact with original tin fruit strips in very good condition. The side vendor is complete and in working order. With original cash door and in all original patina, some surface abrasion and moderate finish loss to the original castings. Has replaced award cards. Four keys included. (Very Good). 6,000 - 8,000

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LOT - 1003

1003 - MILLS SUPERIOR SLOT MACHINE WITH STAND. 23 - 3/4” x 16” x 24”. This rare wood cabinet tabletop trade stimulator from Mills Novelty appears to be an older restoration with original castings, appears to have a replaced back door and marquee. This trade stimulator and features five-card poker reels and a top marquee awards cigars for winning hands. Turning the small handle on the side of the machine prints a fortune ticket. Cabinet has been nicely refinished and reels show some wear but are original. Includes keys. Sold with a fabulous original ornate stand. Circa 1904. (Very Good). 8,000 - 12,000

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LOT - 1004

1004 - 5¢ MILLS CHICAGO MUSICAL CABINET UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 29” x 17 - 1/2” x 69”. A solid example of a Mills Novelty Co. Chicago Slot in a musical cabinet. Beautifully restored condition with all correct castings, and a beautiful original glass and wheel. Circa 1904. With key. (Excellent). 15,000 - 25,000

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LOT - 1006

LOT - 1005 1005 - $1 JENNINGS TIC-TAC-TOE CLUB CHIEF LIGHT-UP CONSOLE SLOT. 61” x 23” x 18 - 1/2”. This is a $1 Jenning club chief with yellow plastics and Tic-Tac-Toe motif. This earlier restoration is housed in an original console but is missing one of the ashtray inserts. Original back door, works and pays and is with keys. 3,500 - 5,000

1006 - 5¢ RARE A. C. NOVELTY MULTI BELL SLOT MACHINE. 26 - 3/4” x 17” x 16”. A super rare example of the A.C. Novelty Co. Multi Bell slot machine, also referred to as the AC Double. One of a handful of known examples. With fruit symbols, this example features three reels, jackpot, and original instruction components. In restored condition with new hammer-tone grey paint and inset painted details. Great unique appearance and play action. Circa 1937. With keys. (Restored). 3,000 - 6,000

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LOT - 1007

LOT - 1008

LOT - 1009

1007 - CHARLES FEY BEST HAND REPRODUCTION SLOT MACHINE. 20 - 1/2” x 14” x 13 - 1/2”. This is a Fey recreation that was sold at the Liberty Belle Saloon auction in 2008. As far as our research could reveal, there was only one made. Excellent condition and works and plays perfect. Has keys. (Restored). 3,000 - 6,000 1008 - 1¢ JENNINGS MONTE CARLO SUN CHIEF CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 61” x 19 - 1/2” x 18”. 1¢ Jennings Sun Chief with Monte Carlo notifiers and red light-up plastics that indicate use in the casino. Earlier restoration in a new console, this slot works and pays well. With keys. (Excellent). 2,500 - 5,000 1009 - 25¢ MILLS EXTRAORDINARY CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 61” x 22” x 15”. Art Deco style machine with nice wood console cabinet and black front casting accented by gray detailing. Beautiful restoration to this great Mills slot machine. Plays and pays, with keys. Produced by the Mills Novelty Co. from 1933-1935. (Restored). 2,000 - 4,000

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LOT - 1010

LOT - 1011

LOT - 1012

1010 - VERY RARE 1¢ WATLING TREASURY SLOT MACHINE. 18” x 18” x 24”. The Watling Treasury is an aluminum slot machine featuring a mesmerizing front casting of coins and eagles. Features include a twin jackpot reserve, a gooseneck bell and original Watling Mints three reel strips. There is considerable wearing oxidation throughout the cabinet and castings with loss of color to the from casting. The award card, back door and coin box are original to the machine. A nice original unrestored example in a very rare denomination. Manufactured by Watling in 1935. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1011 - 5¢ JENNINGS CLUB CHIEF CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 23” x 18” x 60”. A real clean complete example of this Jennings Club Chief. Original console, reel strips, award cards, back door. Missing ashtray inserts. Plays and pays. Has keys. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 1012 - 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. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500

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1013 - 5¢ WALTING BROWNIE JACKPOT COUNTER WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 26” x 16” x 10 - 3/4”. Watling introduced these games in 1929 and sold them until 1935. This is a restored machine with restored wheel, cabinet and inpaint highlights. This machine also features a unique six-way coin head made of cast iron. Plays and has keys. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000 1014 - 5¢ SUPERIOR “MINTS OF MERIT” SLOT MACHINE. 24 - 1/2” x 20 - 1/2” x 15”. 5¢ Superior advertising front “Mints of Merit” slot machine. Full restoration, working and with keys. (Restored). 1,200 - 2,000 1015 - 25¢ MILLS EXTRA BELL “AIKENS FRONT” SLOT MACHINE. 25 - 1/2” x 16” x 15”. Beautiful slot machine with light oak case and blue and silver front casting. With restored hammertone finish, with a refinished cabinet. Made by the Mills Novelty Co. in 1946. Also seen with spelling “Aitkens”. Plays and pays. With key. (Very Good). 1,200 - 1,800 1016 - 10¢ MILLS ROCK-OLA JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 16” x 14” - 3/4” x 25”. A great example of this “Rock-ola Reserve” with restored front castings, new in-paint details, award card and reel strips. Plays and pays, with keys. (Restored). 1,200 - 2,400 LOT - 1013

LOT - 1014

LOT - 1015

LOT - 1016

LOT - 1017

LOT - 1018

1017 - 5¢ MILLS VENDER FRONT EXTRAORDINARY SLOT MACHINE. 16” x 15 - 1/2” x 29”. This Mills Novelty “Extraordinary” has a vender front and has been professionally restored. With original reel strips showing some fading and added award cards. Plays and pays well. Has key. (Restored). 1,000 - 1,800 1018 - 5¢ FIELDS MFG. FOUR JACKS COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”D x 14-1/2”W x 18”T. Counter top coin-flip game made by Fields Manufacturing in the 1930’s. Oak cabinet, cast metal front and chicken wire behind the glass face. A nice unrestored and original machine showing the original decal on the side. Missing wood from the front base and back-left side. Two keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 18

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LOT - 1019

LOT - 1021

LOT - 1022

1019 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ A.B.T. CASINO COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR AND 1¢ FIELD MFG. FIVE JACKS COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. Larger: 10-1/4”D x 18”W x 19-1/2”T. Lot includes two counter top coin-flip trade stimulators. First is a nicely restored ABT “Casino” coin-flip game with worn instruction label on the playing field. Includes keys. Circa 1930. Second is a Countertop coin-flip game made by Field Manufacturing Co. from 1930-1931. Players flip a coin into the playing field in hopes of winning the contents of one of the five jackpot banks. Some paint loss and wear is evident to the front casting. An unrestored, original with glass and decal. Includes two keys. (Very Good - Restored). 1,000 - 2,000 1020 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. BLACK CHERRIE SLOT MACHINE. 17” x 15” x 26”. A nice original slot machine featuring raised cherry designs and a black bib award card. Complete with a single jackpot reserve and two payout cups. Original reel strips and set paint accents. The machine works well and pays, shows moderate wear and has keys. (Very Good). 900 - 1,500 1021 - 42” VERTICAL GAMBLING WHEEL. 42” x 20” x 75”. This is a 42” vertical gambling wheel in original paint and original currency. Condition of the wheel is original. There is some paint loss due to use and oxidation to the metal pegs and trim metal piece on the wheel. The stand is of a newer vintage. (Good). 800 - 2,000

LOT - 1020

LOT - 1023

LOT - 1024

1022 - 5¢ MILLS QT CHEVRON SLOT MACHINE. 18 - 1/2” x 13” x 14”. This counter top three reel slot machine features an aluminum front casting in dark navy and silver with a side by side front jackpot. It features original reel strips and replaced award card. An older restoration to the cabinet showing minimal wear overall. Plays and pays. Manufactured by Mills in 1938. Has keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1023 - 10¢ CAILLE NAKED LADY SUPERIOR SLOT MACHINE. 23” x 16” x 13”. This is a cast aluminum front slot machine from Caille Bros, manufactured from 1925 to 1931. Features an embossed “Naked Lady” on the casting and was very popular during the Prohibition era. Additional features include the original reel strips and award card. The slot machine runs smooth and wear is moderate; overall, a very nice example. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600 1024 - 5¢ OD. JENNINGS DUTCH BOY JACKPOT BELL SLOT MACHINE. 24 - 1/2” x 16” x 14 - 1/2”. 5¢ restored Jennings “Dutch Boy” Jackpot Bell slot machine. Original reel strips and award card, with polished front and new paint. Plays and pays. A great example. Has keys. (Restored). 800 - 1,500

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LOT - 1025

LOT - 1026

LOT - 1028

LOT - 1029

1025 - LOT OF 2: MILLS “PURITAN BELL” AND CHICAGO MINT CO. “PURITAN BABY BELL” COUNTER GAMBLING MACHINES. Larger: 10 - 3/4” x 8 - 1/4” x 11 - 1/2”. A nice pair of counter coin-op gambling machines. The first is a Mills Puritan Bell with polished case, original reel strips and replaced award card. Working and with keys. The second is a Chicago Mint Co. Puritan Baby Bell, with polished case and original reel strips. Working and with keys. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400 1026 - 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). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 1027

1027 - 10¢ PACE DELUXE BELL SLOT MACHINE. 24” x 17 - 1/2” x 15”. A nice slot machine manufactured by Pace in 1945, complete with the original reel strips. It has a aluminum cast front, in a sleek red finish with nickel hardware throughout and a black wooden base. There are two jackpot reserves and two payout cups. An older restoration to the front casting and cabinet. Plays and pays. With key. (Restored). 500 - 1,000 1028 - LOT OF 2: OAK SLOT MACHINE STANDS. Each: 19” x 19” x 33 - 3/4”. Pair of contemporary slot stands in oak. Minor wear throughout. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1029 - LOT OF 2: FOLDING SLOT STANDS. Each: 36” x 18” x 3”. A pair of original folding iron slot machine stands. Signs of wear and paint loss, but in great operative condition. (Very Good). 300 - 500

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1030 - LOT OF 2: FOLDING SLOT STANDS. Each: 36” x 18” x 3”. A pair of original folding slot stands in original paint. Signs of wear, but in great condition and operative. (Very Good). 300 - 500 1031 - SLOT MACHINE STAND. 37 - 1/4” x 39 - 1/2” x 18”. Unusual two-position slot stand made of walnut with turned legs. Some scratches and abrasions to wood. In original finish. (Good). 300 - 500 LOT - 1030

LOT - 1031

LOT - 1032 1032 - THE WADDEL BICYCLE WHEEL TRADE STIMULATOR. 17” x 4 - 1/2” x 20 - 1/4”. This charming little counter top cigar trade stimulator is housed in a curved wooden cabinet with original front etched glass, all original paper, coin drawer and coin entry. Players deposit their coin into the slot on the right side of the cabinet and press the lever in to spin the bicycle wheel. The numbers on the wheel determine the player’s winnings. In working condition. Includes key. Circa 1893-1901 by Waddel W.W. Works. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

LOT - 1033

1033 - 5¢ MILLS “THE OPERATORS BELL” BELL FRUIT GUM SLOT MACHINE. 23 - 3/4” x 14 - 1/4” x 13 - 1/2”. The most prolific of the early three-reel cast-iron slot machines, this example, manufactured by Mills Novelty Company, featured elaborate castings especially to the right and left sides. The scene shows a pillared railing overlooking the river with the Statue of Liberty in the distance. This machine has its original tin fruit strips, the bell to announce a winner, and it is overall in good working order. An older restoration with possibly a cast iron replacement marquee frame. Circa 1910. Includes key. (Restored). 4,000 - 7,000 1034 - 5¢ MILLS OK GUM TRADE STIMULATOR WITH SIDE VENDOR. 20 - 1/2” x 17” x 26 - 1/2”. This early Mills OK Gum Slot machine is marked for Liberty Bell Gum Fruit and has an embossed door to the coin entry. Early style “round pin” mechanism with payout wheel indicator, complete and intact with original tin fruit strips in very good condition. The side vendor appears to be complete and in working order. With original cash door and is in all original patina, with some surface abrasion and moderate finish loss to the original castings. appears to have replaced award cards. Would be a hard machine to replace in this original condition. With keys. (Very Good). 6,000 - 8,000

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LOT - 1035

1035 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY “THE LITTLE DUKE” CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 20” x 12 - 1/2” x 12”. Arguably one of the most ornate and intricately casted trade stimulators made by Mills Novelty circa 1905. This example is in nickel, with replaced tin Little Duke reel strips and paper. Age of the marquee is unknown however it is a perfect match to the machine. The back coin door is possibly a replacement but is evident only on close examination and again, a perfect match to the machine. On its original swivel base, plays well and has a key. A great example of a very difficult trade stimulator to locate and very rarely in this condition. (Very Good). 15,000 - 20,000

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LOT - 1036

LOT - 1037

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1036 - 5¢ MILLS “JOCKEY” TRADE STIMULATOR. 16 - 1/4” x 11 - 1/2” x 15”. This iconic counter top 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 wear and use on the original wood finish and patina to the original castings. With replacement card strips, and perfect period top sign. Circa 1900. Has Key. (Very Good). 4,000 - 6,000 1037 - 1¢ LEO CANDA COUNTER JUMBO CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 25” x 17” x 17 - 1/2”. The Leo Canda Company of Cincinnati manufactured this very popular and durable five-reel machine. This is a penny version. It has a wood cabinet with a deep rich finish and a cast-iron front that holds the glass in front of the original reels. This example has original reel strips that have faded, and the marquee is a replacement. One key is included. Circa 1898. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000 1038 - 5¢ JENNINGS CLUB SPECIAL CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 58” x 23” x 18”. This floor model machine is housed in a beautiful wood cabinet with hidden pull-out payout cup and front jackpot. Very nicely restored, cabinet and coin head show little to no wear. Currently working well. Has replacement reel strips, and keys. (Restored). 3,000 - 5,000

LOT - 1038

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LOT - 1039

LOT - 1042

LOT - 1040

LOT - 1043

LOT - 1044

LOT - 1041

LOT - 1045

1039 - 5¢ CAILLE BROTHERS “LITTLE WONDER” COIN-DROP FLIP. 14” x 8 - 3/4” x 11”. Caille Bros. Co. manufactured this coin-drop game in 1902. An excellent original machine with original oak finish and castings with original plating. A very difficult Caille machine to find. One key is included. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000

1043 - SARATOGA SWEEPSTAKES COIN-OP HORSE RACE. 18 - 3/4” x 18 - 3/4” x 11 - 3/4”. Original as-found condition. Missing side door and untested for operation. Fading to wood finish and paint on horses. A great machine looking for a good restoration. No key. (Fair). 1,000 - 2,000

1040 - 1¢ MILLS UPRIGHT LITTLE PERFECTION CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 13” x 8 - 1/4” x 15 - 1/4”. The Little Perfection Upright classic poker machine was manufactured by Mills. In original wood finish with all original castings, and it still has the wood floor with coin trap inside as well. Original wooden door with viewing window and lock intact, this is a nice clean machine. Circa 1902, with key. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

1044 - 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY “THE BELL BOY” GUM & FORTUNE TRADE STIMULATOR. 21 - 1/2” x 13 - 3/4” x 10 - 1/2”. This charming gum vendor was produced by the Mills Novelty Co. during the early 1930’s. It features the namesake image of two bell boys on either side of the cast metal facade. This example is fully restored and works well. Reel strips and paper fortune award card are original. Has key. (Restored). 1,000 - 2,000

1041 - 5¢ LEO CANDA COUNTER JUMBO CARD MACHINE TRADE STIMULATOR. 26” x 19 - 1/4” x 17 - 1/2”. The Leo Canda Company of Cincinnati manufactured this very popular and durable five-reel machine. It has a refinished wood cabinet and replaced top sign while a restored cast-iron front holds the glass in front of the original reels. Back door is a replacement. One key is included. Circa 1898. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000

1045 - DROBISCH ADVERTISING REGISTER CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 13” x 7 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2”. Drop-coin trade stimulator by the Drobisch Brothers in Decatur Ill. All wood construction, was sold to cigar companies to use the pin field for advertising. All original condition with some loss to the advertising paper on the playfield and abrasions and scratches to the wood cabinet. Circa 1896. No key, but back door is not locked. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

1042 - 5¢ MILLS FUTURE PAY MINT SLOT MACHINE. 27” x 17 - 1/2” x 16”. This 3-reel mint vendor slot machine is in excellent, restored condition and finished in a metallic sky blue with diamond pattern. It has a Future Pay attachment that can award players with tokens. Manufactured by Mills Novelty around 1933. Has keys. (Restored). 1,200 - 1,800 24

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1046 - LOT OF 2: 5¢ OD. JENNINGS “LITTLE MERCHANT” & 5¢ GROETCHEN “21” TRADE STIMULATORS. 12” x 8 - 7/8” x 11 - 3/4”. A pair of trade stimulators. First is a counter top machine which allows the operator to choose a combination of cigarettes on a lower set of reels in hopes of matching them to the selection on the set of reels that spin with a crank of the handle. Constructed of a cast-aluminum facade with oak cabinet and base in details of red and yellow. This machine is restored, but retains the original reel strips and award card. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings, circa 1934. No key. The second is this trade stimulator which is played similarly to a round of black jack. The initial spin only reveals two reels. Players uncover subsequent reels in hopes of getting 21 and beating the house. Plays nicely. Circa 1936 Some restoration. Has key. (Restored - Very Good). 1,200 - 1,600 1047 - LOT OF 2: DAVAL “REEL 21” & “TRI-O-PACK” TRADE STIMULATORS. Each: 10” x 12 - 1/2” x 9”. A pair of Daval trade stimulators. The first is a Daval “Reel 21” blackjack trade stimulator. Multi-denominational operation with repainted case, original reel strips and instructions. The second is a Daval “Tri-O-Pack” Cigarette trade stimulator. This 1¢ machine has a repainted case, with original reel strips and instruction plate. Both machines work and have keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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1048 - LOT OF 2: “GRIP-VUE” STRENGTH TESTER AND “ATOMIC FLASH” TRADE STIMULATOR. Larger: 11” x 11 - 1/2” x 19”. Lot consists of a pair of counter top coin machines. The first is a Grip-Due “Test your strength” as indicated on the reverse glass display, detailed in red. The housing is cast-aluminum, painted in a lustrous tan color and partnered with a mirrored marquee. Insert coin and squeeze the handle - “The harder your grip the more you see”. There are eight lighted windows, displaying more half naked woman, the harder the grip. Circa 1930’s. Tested and works well, with key. Second is a 5¢ trade stimulator called “The Atomic Flash”. Repainted case and original front glass, patrons play to win packs of cigarettes. Bright and colorful. Works and with key. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,400

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1049 - 5¢ OD. JENNINGS ELECTRO VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 48 - 3/4” x 18” x 18 - 1/2”. The cabinet of this floor model slot machine has been refinished, and the castings re-nickeled. Shows little wear and use. It is complete with the original three reel strips and has a four column vendor. The payout tray at the base is cast-aluminum. The machine lights up and complete with working vendor mechanism. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1930. (Restored). 800 - 1,500 1050 - 5¢ CAILLE “GOOD LUCK” TRADE STIMULATOR. 14 - 3/4” x 11 - 1/4” x 10”. Caille Bros. of Detroit manufactured these machines in 1904. This machine is in mostly restored condition, but has the original reel strips. Has key. (Restored). 700 - 1,500

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1051 - 1¢ LEO CANDA LITTLE PERFECTION CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 10 - 3/4” x 9” x 10 - 3/4”. Leo Canda 1¢ Little Perfection cigar trade stimulator in all original finish, with original reel cards and aged award card, signs of age and use throughout. A real nice example of this wood trade stimulator. (Very Good). 900 - 1,500 1052 - 1¢ LARK INDOOR STRIKER GUM VENDER TRADE STIMULATOR. 19 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 10 - 3/4”. This is a counter top arcade skill game manufactured sometime in the 1930’s. It has an aluminum front casting detailed beautifully in green and housed in oak. Insert a penny in the coin slot to release the three white balls then plunge the balls into any of the five open channels, each numbered with a different score. Gumball is dispensed to the left after the lever is pulled away from the machine. Restored condition. Has key. (Restored). 600 - 1,200 1053 - LOT OF 2: CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINE & MATCHES TRADE STIMULATOR. Larger: 11 - 3/4” x 6 - 1/4” x 11 - 1/2”. A pair of coin-op machines. The first is a “Smok-A-Taire” cigarette vending machine in new paint and original decals. Working with key. The second is an unusual dice trade stimulator with matches as opposed to the usual gum reward, and trade earned for rolling three of a kind. Restored condition with key. (Very Good - Restored). 600 - 1,200

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1054 - LOT OF 2: DAVAL “HEADS OR TAILS” & 1¢ VICTOR “ROLL-A-PACK” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 12” x 7 - 1/2” x 7”. A pair of counter top trade stimulators. First is a Daval “Heads or Tails”. This three reel counter top machine is designed to vend a gum ball for each penny inserted. Vending mechanism currently working. The metal cabinet appears to be in original paint with original instruction card. Shows some paint loss. Circa 1940. Working and with keys. The second is a counter top trade stimulator manufactured in 1941 by Victor Vending Corp. The user inserts a penny, pulls the knob, three dice inside the machine roll, and a pack of cigarettes may be dispensed. It has a wooden cabinet with curved glass and cast metal facade. The cabinet displays age and use related wear. Working and with keys. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1055 - 1¢ OR 5¢ GARDEN CITY “PAIR-IT” TRADE STIMULATOR. 15 - 1/2” x 13 - 1/4” x 8”. Players select which brand of cigarettes they like and then spin the wheel. If the wheel matches their selection, they could win a free pack of cigarettes. This clever play-on-words game features two parrots on either side of the central wheel. Very nice original condition with bright colored wheel. Circa 1934 by Garden City Mfg. One key is provided. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1056 - LOT OF 2: DAVAL “EXRAY” & 5¢ GROETCHEN “MERCURY” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 14 - 1/4” x 9 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2”. A pair of counter top trade stimulators. The first is a Daval “X-Ray”. This trade stimulator has a cast aluminum body, painted in a metallic shade of blue. The three reel strips appear to be original, having darkened with time. “Line up 3 of-a-kind for Added Amusement.” Gumballs are displayed at the front and dispensed to the left of the machine. Manufactured by Daval in 1940. Repainted and working with keys. The second is a Groetchen “Mercury”. This counter top three-reel token payout machine features cigarette reel strips and advertises for packs of cigarettes from three of a kind combinations. Rarely seen in a 5¢ version. Repainted case and original reel strips. Working and with keys. Circa 1939. (Very Good). 700 - 1,200

1057 - 5¢ ATLAS “ROULETTE” TRADE STIMULATOR. 7 - 1/2” x 11” x 11 - 1/4”. Atlas counter top roulette trade stimulator. Cabinet appears to have an older refinishing, wheel and castings are original patina. Faded wheel. Works well. Has key. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1058 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL WORKS LIBERTY TRADE STIMULATORS. Each: 10” x 9 - 1/2” x 10”. This lot is made up of two Daval trade stimulators, manufactured in 1940. The only difference between them is the appearance. The first gives tokens for free plays, has sports reels and a silver bell. The second gives packs of cigarettes for every Three-of-a-kind, has cigarette reels, a golden bell and a female smoking decal. Both machines have original reel strips and newer paint. Working and with keys. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1059 - 1¢ FIELDS JACKS COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 14 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/4” x 18 - 3/4”. This flip-coin style machine features four separate jackpot banks and was manufactured in 1929 by Field Mfg. Restored condition with original decal on the front glass and original back door. Plays and pays. Includes one key. (Restored). 300 - 500

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1060 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ ATLAS NOVELTY “LUCKY SMOKES” & BALLY “SUM FUN” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 11 - 1/4” x 8” x 6”. Lot includes a pair of trade stimulators. The first is an Atlas Novelty counter top trade stimulators, manufactured during the early 1940’s. Has 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. The second is a Bally manufactured trade stimulator, “Sum-Fun”, produced in 1931. It is constructed of all wood, detailed in green and orange. Three of a kind wins 15¢ to $3 - “For The Money Guaranteed”. All original condition. Working with keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 600

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1061 - 1¢ ENGLISH ROBINSON & CO. WIN A CIG TRADE STIMULATOR. 20” x 7 - 1/2” x 32”. A wooden trade stimulator with the chance to win cigarettes. Takes an English 1¢, come with keys and a play ball. Nice condition with signs of moderate wear. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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1062 - CHICAGO COIN BASKETBALL CHAMP. 76” x 25” x 48”. 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 balls into the net. In original unrestored condition, moderate wear is present to the finish with some missing and lifting veneer and a crack in the top flat glass. A great candidate for a restoration. Keys are provided. (Good). 2,500 - 5,000

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1063 - 10¢ UNITED SKY RAIDER ARCADE GAME. 61 - 1/2” x 26” x 37”. Though there are two fire cannons, this game requires only one player. At the center of the cabinet is a rotating drum that contains a bright incandescent bulb. Fire the rocket-ships that fly through the drum until 100 shots are fired or until time runs out. The cannon guns recoil accompanied by real gun fire sounds. With every hit made a red light flashes and the bell sounds off. Results vary from Ace to Bronze to Gold Medal. Machine is beautifully restored. This game is extremely fun with non-stop action. Manufactured by United in 1958. A remarkable restoration by Andy Parnell. One key is provided. (Restored). 3,000 - 5,000

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1064 - 5¢ GRAND SWEEPSTAKES HORSE RACE GAME ON LEGS. 53 - 1/2” x 28” x 17 - 1/2”. This horserace game does not come up too often. In all-original patina with some plating loss to coin entry, with original winner indicator, nice clean playfield and original painted horses. A really nice example of this floor model horse race with a pay out component. Works and has key. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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LOT - 1065 1065 - 5¢ EVANS’ TEN STRIKE ARCADE GAME. 19 - 1/2” x 69” x 60”. This game was made in different variations which then produced three generations by H.C. Evans between 1939 to 1953 before it went out of business and the idea was bought out by Williams in 1957. For 5¢, patron is given 5 frames instead of the traditional 10. This game features a manikin bowler and a score reel that is magnified onto the glass. Restored to near perfection with a clean exterior and field. With keys. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 6,000 - 12,000

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1066 - RECREATION 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. SUBMARINE LUNG TESTER. 18-1/2”L x 31”W x 75-1/2”T. A fantastic recreation of the Submarine Lung Tester, originally produced by Mills Novelty Company in 1904. Due to fear of Tuberculosis in the early part of the 20th Century, all lung test machines were outlawed and the majority were destroyed, leaving little trace of their popularity behind. With no original examples known to exist, Arcade Treasures And John Pappa of the National Jukebox Exchange created this beauty from advertisements and catalog renderings in 2004. Only 12 were made. An elaborate and striking game in which the objective is to blow into the mouthpiece attached to the rubber hose and raise all the divers to the top of the water filled tank. The quartersawn oak cabinet is finished in green, appearing like algae. The cast-iron components are nicely polished in silver and the fish and alligator corner embellishments are gold. This is a fun game, a display of excellent craftsmanship and a rare find to add into your coin-op collection. Includes keys. (Excellent). 12,000 - 20,000

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1067 - 5¢ MUTOSCOPE K.O. CHAMP BOXING ARCADE GAME. 50” x 48” x 23”. Excellent original example with all original graphics. Fun machine painted in bright red and mustard yellow with “Its A Knockout!” on each side. Contains three figural characters; a referee, a boxer in red shorts, and a boxer in 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.” Case is worn, there is plating loss to the controllers, scratches in the dome and loss to the cabinet decals. Has key and working. Circa 1955. (Good). 6,000 - 12,000

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1068 - 5¢ GOTTLIEB & CO. BOWLETTE BOWLING ARCADE GAME. 21” x 67” x 66 - 1/2”. This shuffle board style bowling game was made by Gottlieb in 1950. Players slide pucks beneath the lighted bowling pins display, and the lights are turned off as the pins are “knocked down”. Some wear is present but this machine retains most of its restored beauty. Keys are provided. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 2,500 - 5,000

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1069 - 5¢ CHICAGO COIN BASKETBALL CHAMP. 76” x 47” x 25”. 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 condition, Significant wear is present to the finish with some missing and lifting veneer and paint added to the veneer. There is moderate paint loss to the players and fading to the back glass and playfield back. Player control casting has been re-plated. Keys are provided. (Fair). 2,000 - 4,000

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LOT - 1070 1070 - BALLY USA “SPEED QUEEN” SPEED BOAT KIDDIE RIDE. 36” x 68” x 28”. A fully restored kiddie speed boat ride by Bally USA. Site of the art electronic controller and has sound. Works wonderfully. Great detail and function to this seldom seen kiddie ride. Restored but without key. (Restored). 2,000 - 4,000 1071 - 1¢ KEENEY & SONS “SUPERIOR POOL” TABLETOP GAME. 13 - 1/2” x 12 - 1/2” x 21 1/2”. A great example of a countertop pool game produced by Superior Confection with Keeney and Sons, Inc., circa 1931. The game is played by pulling back the plunger to shoot balls into slots marked by letters that spell out “POOL”. A very nice original machine with new inset paint. Working and with key. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 1072 - 1¢ BUDDHA TELLS YOUR FORTUNE ARCADE MACHINE. 67” x 22” x 13”. Crudely built and unusual Buddha fortune teller in oak cabinet. 1¢ operation and complete with some fortune cards. Unrestored condition and operative. With key. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000

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1073 - 1¢ AD-LEE NOVELTY CRYSTAL GAZER FORTUNE DICE GAME. 12 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/4” x 11 - 1/2”. This countertop arcade amusement dice machine is in great working order and appears to be in original condition. Possible replaced milk glass globe lights up upon connection to power and dice oscillate upon coin insertion. Metal case shows replaced crinkle finish paint with minor wear. Circa 1931. Has key. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 34

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1074 - 25¢ WILLIAMS SPACE PILOT ARCADE GAME. 70” x 31” x 40”. A fun game to play, this Williams Space Pilot is in restored condition. Restored by Bill Heatherly. One quarter operation and the player gets to pilot a US Space Craft through fictional space. Machine works perfectly. No key is present. (Restored). 1,000 - 2,000

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1075 - 5¢ MILL’S NOVELTY LITTLE PERFECTION OAK TRADE STIMULATOR 15 - 3/4” x 11 - 3/4” x 9 - 1/2”. Original Mills Oak “Little Perfection” cigar trade stimulator with original marquee, award card, original red strips and back door retains a partial decal. Has key but does not open back door. Works great. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1076 - BALLY MIKE AND IKE DOUBLE PINBALL GAME. 8 - 3/8” x 24 - 1/2” x 25 - 1/2”. Very nice example of this Bally double pinball non-mechanical pinball game. Labeled Mike and Ike. Wood playfield is bright with signs of minimal wear. Counter top version. No Key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600 1077 - LOT OF 2: ESCO “PLAY BALL” & SILVER KING “THE TARGET”. Larger: 18 - 1/2” x 14” x 8”. A nice pair of counter top games of skill. The first is a not often seen Exhibit Supply Company baseball game called “Play Ball”. This example is all-original with a great look and patina. The playfield shows some signs of light fading but works and has key. The second is a cast-iron target practice coin-drop made by the Silver King Co. The case appears to have been polished at some time but the play field and decals are all original. Works and has key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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1078 - 1¢ “SCOOP” WOOD RAIL MECHANICAL PINBALL GAME. 40” x 18” x 36”. A wonderful playing mechanical pinball called “The scoop” double score pinball. Excellent original example showing little use or play. With original optional stand and keys. (Excellent). 800 - 1,600 35


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1079 - NEW CENTURY WOOD RAIL PINBALL MACHINE. 10” x 16 - 1/2” x 35”. A fantastic wood rail pinball machine called “New Century”. Wonderful graphics and in outstanding original condition. Untested with keys. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500 1080 - 1¢ STAR VENDING MACHINE CO. TARGET PRACTICE. 19” x 22” x 9 - 1/2”. All-original Star Vending target practice in original aged patina, original marquee and working with keys. Very little wear and use. Small nick in the oak base. (Very Good). 800 - 1,400 1081 - 1¢ KEENY AND SONS STEEPLECHASE ARCADE GAME. 17 - 3/4” x 14 - 1/4” x 8 - 1/2”. This is a counter top arcade machine manufactured by Keeney and Sons, Inc. in 1935. It is housed in a dark oak cabinet and has a very clean interior with minor scratches around the wood. It contains six multi-colored balls. Insert a coin and lift the lever to raise the balls, then watch them race down to the finish line. One key is included. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1082 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ GROETCHEN “MERCURY” & 5¢ DAVAL “FREE PLAY” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 12 - 1/2” x 10” x 8 - 3/4”. A pair of counter top trade stimulators. The first is a Groetchen Tool Co. “Mercury” New crinkle paint with original reel strips and award plate. Working with key. The second is a 5¢ Daval “Free-Play” circa 1946. This trade stimulator offered players “Good Luck Combinations” that would earn them 3-30 free plays. New paint on the case with new inset highlights. With original reel strips and instruction plate. Working with key. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1083 - 1¢ FIELD MANUFACTURING CO “GOLDEN COMET”. 8 - /8 x 16 - 3/8” x 25 - 1/2”. Very nice counter game of skill by Field Mfg. Co.called the “Golden Comet”. Very nice original condition, wood case and play field showing little wear. Working and with key. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1084 - 5¢ MOON SHOT VENDING MACHINE. 50” x 22” x 22”. Seldom seen “Moon Shot” vending machine in 5¢ operation. With new paint and original instruction labels. Works and with keys. (Restored). 600 - 1,200 36

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1085 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO.’S EXTREMELY UNUSUAL VACCUMATIC CARD VENDOR. 42-1/2”T x 23”W x 17”D. A tabletop card vendor manufactured by Exhibit Supply Co. in 1950 to 1959, with a very different card dispensing system using a vacuum arm to pick and dispense the cards. Featuring a variety of picture cards, titled the “Bikini Bathers” with a display of the different cards a patron may receive. Housed in a wood cabinet with yellow trim and a neon acrylic marquee. There is moderate wear throughout due to age with some loss of paint and wood chips. Does not have a stand. Includes cards and one key. (Fair - Good). 500 - 1,000

1088 - FOLK ART WOODEN GAME WHEEL. 38” x 38” x 2 - 1/2”. This is a great gaming wheel made out of an early wooden bicycle rim. It has a great age cracked surface with strong red and and aged yellow colors. There is some general wear with some paint loss around the edge and some marks on the surface. (Very Good). 400 - 800

1086 - EXHIBIT SUPPLY COMPANY IRON CLAW DIGGER. 39” x 22” x 22 - 1/4”. Counter top version of the Exhibit Supply Co. Digger in an oak case. Unrestored, without a marquee and not working. No keys. (Good). 600 - 1,200

1090 - MINIATURE COIN OPERATED POOL TABLE WITH COVER AND SUPPLIES. 32 - 1/2” x 24” x 40”. Child size coin operated pool table with all the supplies and a cover. Early vintage in original patina. Balls are used and a little faded. Comes with two cues. Working. (Very Good). 400 - 800

1087 - 1¢ DAVAL MANUFACTURING “MEXICAN BASEBALL” COUNTER GAME. 20” x 12 - 3/4” x 9”. This two player amusement machine offers two levers on the front of the cabinet, each for the player to send a metal ball through the play field into one of the lower columns. Excellent original condition with near mint play field and signs of little wear. Has key. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

1089 - 5¢ GENCO WHIZZ SKILL GAME. 24 - 3/4” x 18” x 16”. This counter top skill game by Genco is in excellent original condition. Great graphics in bright color, original finish cabinet and works well. Has key. (Excellent). 400 - 800

1091 - 1¢ THE JOY GAME COUNTER TOP CARD MOTIF PINBALL GAME. 11 - 1/2” x 26” x 15 - 1/2”. Non electric table top pinball machine named “The Joy Game”. Gambling Motif with cards, 1¢ operation and in all-original condition. Fading to the colorful play field, some oxidation to the coin slide and plunger, has original marquee. The wood cabinet shows signs of use with some scuffs and light scratches. Works well and is with key. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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1092 - BRUNSWICK MONARCH BILLIARD TABLE 34” x 100” x 55”. Brunswick Monarch billiard table is with very detailed inlays of maple, walnut, and tulip wood - The “holy grail” of antique pool tables. The Brunswick Monarch billiard table is 9’, made from Honduran mahogany and Brazilian rosewood with very detailed inlay of maple, walnut, and tulip wood. With a gilt adorned cast-iron lions base, The Monarch was clearly a work of art at the beginning of the 20th century. This was one of Brunswick’s top of the line billiard tables and this restored example is in excellent condition. (Excellent). 10,000 - 20,000

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1093 - SHORE AMUSEMENT APPARATUS “TWIRL-THEWHIRL” RIDE FACTORY BUILT DISPLAY MODEL. 54” x 24” x 104”. Simply an amazing piece of carnival memorabilia. This is a patent or demonstration model of a Twirl-the-Whirl carnival ride for the Shore Amusement Apparatus Company of New York. The detail of this model is unbelievable, with a working crank that puts the Twirl-the-Whirl into motion. Comes with a stock certificate for the Shore amusement co., and other documentation of the project. Truly a one of a kind working carnival ride model and the only known example. very good 8,000 - 15,000

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1094 - HORSE-DRAWN SLEIGH. 48” x 80” x 46”. Very early horse-drawn sleigh in original condition. Hand-forged runners and wood construction with upholstery most likely not original to the sleigh, but definitely vintage. Complete with a horse blanket and sleigh bells. Barn-find condition with splits to the wood frame, tears and moth eaten upholstery, and oxidation and surface rust on the forged parts. A great survivor with an awesome look. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1095 - SLIDE-O-GRAF PROJECTOR WITH KEYSTONE VIEW CO. STORAGE CABINET. 21” x 17” x 56” This is a very nice oak storage cabinet full of viewer slides from the Keystone View Co. Meadville PA. Comes with a Slide-O-Graf Projector in original condition. Select a slide and project it onto a wall. Great condition! This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good - Excellent). 600 - 1,200 1096 - HANCE MFG. CO. ZENITH PEANUT VENDOR. 13 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2”. Circa 1915 cast-iron Hance Zenith Peanut Machine with original white porcelain base. The original castings on this machine have been re-nickeled. This machine also came in a version without the porcelain base. The white base model is a rarer version. Depicted in “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 70. Has keys. (Excellent) 3,500 - 5,500

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LOT - 1097 1097 - HOLCOMB & HOKE BUTTER KIST PORCORN MACHINE WITH ACCESSORIES AND MANNEQUIN. 82” x 66” x 24”. Holcomb & Hoke dates back to 1903. Fred Hoke and James Holcomb were in several businesses together before moving to Indianapolis. In 1914 the pair went into selling popcorn machines. Their marketing suggested that 65 cents of every dollar was profit. The machines sole new for $400 - 500 and the more elaborate machines for $1250 or more. In 1934 manufacturing was halted due to the Great Depression. These floor model machines are fully automatic. The process includes dumping the desired amount of kernels into the popper, agitating the kernels into popping and buttering it. The owner must then salt to their own preference. This beautiful fully steam-powered machine is adorned with a fresh peanut roster is believed to be manufactured in 1915. Because Holcomb & Hoke did not add serial numbers to their machines the exact date cannot be determined. This machine is beautifully nickel-plated on every piece possible and the inside of the machine is stainless steel. One of two known to exist. It has the original boiler with a nickel-plated sleeve over it. The cabinet is a rich mahogany wood with a dark finish setting off the immaculate nickel plating. It is equipped with high grade casters for easy movement and also equipped with storage drawers for supplies, money, bags and the like. The glass panels in the spinning light atop the machine are reproductions but certainly do not take away from this wonderful example of early ingenuity. Machine can be made functional bu attaching an air supply to the retro-fitted attachment next to the boiler at new owner’s discretion. Not tested. This particular machine has a “hot nut” peanut roasted attached for selling salted or blanched warm peanuts or other nut meat.This absolutely stunning example comes with its own life-size mannequin, a period five gallon kerosene jug, a butter jug and several other accessories. You will never have another opportunity to acquire a better example of this machine to your high-end collection. (Restored) 10,000 - 30,000

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1098 - SORROW’S DIAS GUM VENDING MACHINE. 9 - 1/4” x 6” x 33”. This unusual three column wood machine was produced by Edw.R. McMorran Co and pat. May 14, 01. The brass plate over the coin entry states the columns were for chocolate, a box of peanuts, or Dias gum. This is a seldom seen vending machine in excellent condition. Depicted in “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 90. Has key. (Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000 1099 - 1905 COIN-OP BULL’S HEAD PERFUME DISPENSER. 14 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2”. Circa 1905. This is a fantastic cast-iron coin-operated perfume dispenser made by Continental Novelty Co., Buffalo, New York. Once a penny is dropped in the top slot, the horns are manually pulled down and perfume is dispensed from the bull’s tongue. Most of these pieces have heavy paint loss and wear. This example has almost all of its original paint with only a tiny touch up on the top-right head and ear which are matched perfectly in color. The unit has been tested and is in working order. The horns still have a strong recoil. This is a very nice example and would sit well in any advertising or western collection. (Very Good+). 6,000 - 9,000 1100 - GEO A BAYLE MINT VENDOR. 20” x 9 - 1/2” x 9 - 3/4”. George E Bayle Co. cast-iron climax machine. Unlike the Bayle Climax with the sheet metal Advance name plate, this machine has a cast-iron mechanism like the early Advance Climax with an embossed name plate for Geo. E Bayle Mints. New paint and pinstriping with an aged patina, this vendor is not listed in the Silent Salesman Too Encyclopedia of Collectable Vending Machine. Has key. (Very Good). 2,500 - 4,000

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1101 - KELLEY MFG. CO. CLIMAX PEANUT VENDOR. 18” x 9 - 1/4” x 9 - 1/2”. This seldom seen machine was made for Kelly Mfg. Co. by Advance. This circa 1908 peanut machine is in an aged repaint with original rare small globe. Has back door and key. Depicted in “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 82. (Very Good). 1,800 - 3,000

1104 - ADVANCE MATCH BOX VENDING MACHINE. 17” x 9” x 9”. This all-original Advance matchbox vending machine has the original glass dome with no cracks, original hold-down ring, side door and match labels on the interior. Some paint loss and abrasions due to age and use, but otherwise a very good original vendor. Original advance AMCO locks with key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600

1102 - 1¢ GAYLORD MFG. “SCOOPY” GUM VENDOR. 45 - 3/4” x 16 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2”. This restored scoopy machine was made by Gaylord Mfg. When depositing your penny and pushing in the lever, the baker figure turns and retrieves a gumball from the oven and deposits it in the chute. A great automated vending machine. Working and on a stand, with key. (Restored). 1,200 - 2,200

1105 - 1¢ NEKO DOUBLE CANDY AND GUM MACHINE. 11” x 11” x 5 - 1/2”. This is the much harder to find version of the Neko vending machine. The Neko double version is in all original condition and comes with the key. Both pull chains work. Depicted in “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 103. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

1103 - JEFFRIES SANDWICH AND PIE VENDOR. 27 - 1/2” x 10 - 5/8” x 12 - 1/2”. This vending machine for the Jeffries Automatic Service Co. appears to have never been put into service. With all-original paint and decals, this machine was made to vend pies and sandwiches, and most likely filled daily by the operator. With padlocks and keys. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

1106 - 10¢ MEMORY LANE CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINE. 64” x 16” x 12”. Beautiful restoration of this small size four column cigarette vending machine with original base. Restored inside and out, working perfectly with very little use or wear. (Restored). 800 - 1,500 1107 - 1¢ PULVER GUM MACHINE WITH CLOWN FIGURE. 21” x 9” x 4 - 3/4”. This Pulver gum machine has the tin clown figure and works well. Small touch-up to the porcelain case, no column weights and has the key. Depicted in “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 160. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 1110 1108 - LOT OF 3: GUM, PULVER AND CONDOM VENDING MACHINES. Largest: 28” x 4” x 6”. Three wall mount vending machines. The first is an Advance Gum machine, restored and working with keys. The second is a Pulver single column wall mount gum vending machine with original chrome and decal, the third is a wall mount condom vending machine with original decals and working with keys. (Very Good - Restored). 600 - 1,200 1109 - LOT OF 2: CIGAVEND FRESH CIGARETTES AND GUARANTEED PRODUCTS MINT VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 14 - 1/2” x 18” x 13”. Two unusual vending machines. First is a single cigarette vending machine by Cigavend. 1¢ operation of this sheet metal and casting machine in restored condition. Works and has key. The second is a mint vending machine by Guaranteed Products. This example has been completely re-nickeled and is in restored state. Works and has keys. Depicted in “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 69 for the mint vendor. (Restored). 600 - 1,200 1110 - 5¢ GROETCHEN TOOL CO. “SUGAR KING” CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. Larger: 39 - 1/2” x 19 - 1/2” x 19 - 1/2”. 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 been restored with little signs of use. The top has inset new paint. A great example with no flaking to the glass. Working great! Circa 1940. Has key. (Very Good) 600 - 1,200 44

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1111 - LOT OF 2: CALVERT ADJUSTABLE AND AL HOFF MAGIC VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 15” x 10” x 8”. A wonderful pair of restored gum ball machines. First is the Calvert adjustable gum vender with a trade stimulator mechanism as well, fully restored and in working condition. The second is a Al Hoff Magic Vender in restored condition and new decal. Both machine have keys. Depicted in “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, pages 32 & 182. (Restored). 500 - 1,000 1112 - 1¢ CAMPAMA ITALIAN BALM HAND CREAM VENDING MACHINE. 16” x 4 - 1/4” x 6”. NOS version of this interesting vending machine that dispenses a serving of liquid hand cream for 1¢. New old stock and in near mint condition with mounting bracket. Lotion Dispenser Co. Has keys. Depicted in “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 277. (Near Mint). 400 - 800

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1113 - LOT OF 2: SILVER QUEEN GUM VENDING MACHINE AND ACME GAMES “COLOR MATCH”. Larger: 20” x - 3/4” x 8 - 1/2 x 7 - 1/2”. A nice vending machine and counter game combination. The first is a Silver Queen tab gum vendor in original condition and with some Zum tab gum. Working and with keys. Depicted in “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, pages 131 & 140. The second is a Fortune Telling game from The Acme Game Company of Benton Harbor, Michigan manufactured in 1940. It features dual dials, an anti-slug window, a coin slide mechanism, and an aluminum cabinet. The dual dials still move beautifully. The cabinet paint shows minor wear, with original instruction card. Working with keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800 LOT - 1115 1114 - LOT OF 2: VICTOR TOPPER ATOMIC AGE GUM GAME AND LUCKY COINS CHANGE RECEIVER. Larger: 19” x 9” x 20”. Lot of two machines. The first is a Victor Topper Atomic Age Gum Game in all-original condition, working and with keys. The second is a Lucky Coins change receiver in mint condition. (Excellent - Mint). 400 - 800 1115 - LOT OF 2: CORVETTE LOVE SEAT AND RADIO-CONTROLLED MECHANICAL MONKEY. Larger: 36” x 68” x 30”. A pair of great Rec room items. First is a fiberglass early corvette couch, very retro and in unused condition. The second is a very cool radio-controlled mechanical monkey, articulated at all joints, neck and mouth. Monkey is untested and has remote unit. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1116 - ‘57 CHEVY BEL AIR CUSTOM GLASS TOP BAR. 42”L x 80”W x 42-1/4”T. This gorgeous car front bar is dominated by the Tropical Turquoise paint job and unmistakable chrome of the 1957 Chevy Bel Air front end. The authentic front clip in like-new condition. Supported above the car body by extension arms and a full length slot in the laminated cabinet is 1/2” thick glass with rounded corners. Featuring a radio with speakers built into the front grill, the head lights and antenna are designed to work when the radio is turned on. The laminated cabinet is highlighted by matching turquoise pinstripes and has some chipping along the floor. Consignor adds that this bar was previously listed by the producer “Cars of the Stars” in the 1980’s with a suggested retail price of $28,000. This unit was purchased from the manufacturer for use at a retail location where it was a display piece, it maintains its condition by being stored in a temperature controlled environment for the last 29 years rather than going to an end user. (Very Good - Excellent). 5,000 - 12,000

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1117 - WURLITZER MODEL 81 WITH ORIGINAL STAND. 57 - 1/2” x 24 - 1/2” x 21”. Wurlitzer Model 81 with an original stand in unrestored condition. Original felt to the turntable, plastics appear to be all original. Serial number 720205 on the box and 675530 on the stand. With key, untested. (Excellent). 7,000 - 14,000

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1118 - WURLITZER MODEL 1015 JUKEBOX. 58 - 1/2” x 33” x 24 - 1/2”. Classic Wurlitzer model 1015 in an older restoration. Has some replaced plastics and veneer, however it is a good solid box and works and plays well. Coin gear is present and has keys. (Very Good). 4,000 - 8,000

1119 - EDISON PHONOGRAPH WITH RECORD CABINET. 32” x 19 - 3/4” x 22 - 1/2”. An oak four-drawer cylinder record cabinet full of Edison records of varying types and condition. Some in boxes. Original finish cabinet with signs of moderate wear. (Good). 600 - 1,200 1120 - LOT OF 40+ DISCS OF VARIOUS SIZES. Largest: 24 - 3/4” x 24 - 3/4” x 1/8”. Approximately 40 discs of varying sizes in varying condition. (Good). 500 - 1,000 1121 - LOT OF 16: REGINA 27” DISCS. Each: 28” x 28” x 1/8”. Approximately 16 Regina 27” discs in varying condition. (Good). 500 - 1,000

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1122 - LOT OF OVER 80 CYLINDERS FOR EDISON CYLINDER PLAYER. Each: 3” x 3” x 6 - 3/4”. Miscellaneous lot of over 80 Edison and possibly some Columbia cylinder records, most with moves. Varying condition. (Good). 500 - 1,000 1123 - LOT OF 2: PHONOGRAPH OR MUSIC BOX STANDS. Larger: 38” x 22 - 1/4” x 17 - 3/4”. Two phonograph or music stands. The first one is on refinished light oak and has original door hardware. The second one is walnut with a locked front door and key. Both are clean with signs of minimal wear. (Very Good). 300 - 600

1124 - LOT OF 35: 13 - 3/8” DISCS. Each: 13 - 3/4” x 13 - 3/4” x 1/8”. Approximately 35 13 3/8” discs in varying condition. (Good). 300 - 600 1125 - LOT OF 8: G ROLLS. Each: 5” x 5 - 1/2” x 12”. G piano rolls in varying condition. A couple have tears and will need repair. (Good). 300 - 600

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1126 - 5¢ REGINA SCOPE DROP CARD VIEWER. 19” x 19” x 67 - 1/2”. This beautiful very rare drop card viewer with accompanying music box 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 discs are included and sound great. The marquee asks that pennies be inserted, but it is a nickel machine. A very rare machine with only a few known examples. Three keys are included. (Excellent). 10,000 - 20,000

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1127 - 50¢ J.P. SEEBURG PIANO CO. MUSIC BOX. 51” x 26” x 65 - 1/4”. A magnificent automatic orchestrion manufactured by J.P. Seeburg, circa 1925. Housed in a beautiful oak cabinet with three stained glass panels and a colorful eagle front. Two areas of glass have a crack. While the bottom cabinet hides the inner mechanics and rolls, the leaded glass displays the tambourine, triangle, xylophone, etc.. Only plays Type G rolls. The right side has a coin slide for two quarters. With a soft-loud switch for the piano and an on-off switch for the tambourine and xylophone. The sound board is in exquisite condition. Includes an additional roll. Includes key. (Very Good). 8,000 - 15,000

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1128 - REGINAPHONE NO. 161 MUSIC BOX DESK WITH DISCS. 31 - 1/2” x 45 - 1/2” x 27”. Made of quarter sawn oak with gold Victorian handles with filigree carved motifs at center and on the sides. Storage compartment for the discs on the left, which currently contains 11. This music box features a double comb and sounds beautiful. Includes a crank. Reginaphone Style No. 161. Circa 1908. Minor visible scratches on the surface. Repairs have been made to the legs. (Very Good). 8,000 - 10,000

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1129 - AEOLIAN ORGAN AND MUSIC COMPANY CRANK ORGAN. 32” x 18” x 16”. The Aeolian Company was founded by New York City piano maker William B. Tremaine as the Aeolian Organ & Music Co., 1887. This example is in an all oak floor cabinet with original crank and one music roll. Plays great with wonderful identification marked to the underside of the lid. Works well. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 1130 - THORENS 12-TUNE SILVER PLATE MUSIC BOX. 16” x 14 - 1/4” x 6 - 1/2”. Very unusual Thorens table top music box with 12 tunes. 14” diameter and in original patina, this music box has random operation and need service. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1131 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #1. 23 - 1/4” x 16 - 3/8” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. model #1 is a restored red bronze candy store register with extended base, fine scroll and reproduction glass. Top sign reads “THIS REGISTERS THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE”. Serial number S31789. (Restored) 1,500 - 3,000 1132 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #35. 22 - 1/2” x 20” x 15 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. model #35 is a restored red bronze Bensinger-style register with Chicken Scratch pattern, original top sign reading “THIS REGISTER THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE” and original breast plate reading “C.H. WILSON & CO.”. Serial number 79773. (Restored) 1,500 - 3,000

LOT - 1133 1133 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #92. 68” x 22 - 1/2” x 21 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. Model #92 is a restored red bronze five-drawer oak Base Floor Model register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and personalized breast plate reading “CADY BROS.”. (Restored) 2,000 - 4,000

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1134 - VERY EARLY NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL #3 WITH REPRODUCTION TOP SIGN. 23 - 1/2” x 19 - 3/4” x 16”. Very early National Cash Register model #3 with reproduction top sign is paper punch, restored, wooden with Honeysuckle inlay, reads “THIS REGISTERS THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE” and has serial number 3716. (Restored) 3,000 - 5,000 1135 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #3. 18 - 1/2” x 19” x 15”. National Cash Register Co. Model #3 is a non-restored woodie register with a “no name pattern inlay”, no top sign and an original personalized breast plate reading “HANKINS, HISKEY & JOHNSON”. Serial number 16505. (Very Good) 1,500 - 3,000

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1136 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #321. 21” x 17” x 16 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #321 is a restored copper-oxidized register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 638415. (Restored) 1,200 - 2,000 1137 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #31. 20 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 15 - 3/4”. National Cash Register Co. model #31 is a restored red brass candy store register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 255592. (Restored) 1,000 - 2,000 1138 - UNIVERSAL CASH REGISTER WITH ORIGINAL PEGGED TOP SIGN. 23” x 18 - 1/2” x 17”. Universal Cash Register with original pegged “THIS REGISTERS THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE” top sign is not restored and without serial number. (Very Good) 1,000 - 2,000

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1139 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #12. 20 - 1/2” x 9” x 15 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Co. model #12 is a restored red bronze register with fine scroll pattern and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 432433. (Restored) 1,000 - 2,000

1142 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #11. 22” x 9 - 1/4” x 15 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. Model #11 is a restored cast-iron candy store reproduction register with ionic pattern and top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 485815. (Restored) 800 - 1,500

1140 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #210. 20 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 15 - 5/8”. National Cash Register Co. Model #210 is a restored copper oxidized register with Fleur-de-Lis pattern and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 719427. (Restored) 800 - 1,200

1143 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #130. 19 - 1/2” x 11 - 3/8” x 14 - 3/4”. National Cash Register Co. model #130 is a restored nickel register without original top sign, reads “AMOUNT PURCHASED”, has a personalized raised letter original breast plate reading “CADE BROS.” and serial number 491546. (Restored) 800 - 1,600

1141 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. #318SH. 20 - 1/2” x 10” x 16 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. Model #318SH is a restored English red bronze candy store register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number C296141. (Restored) 800 - 1,500

1144 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #79. 24 - 1/2” x 21 - 1/4” x 19 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. Model #79 is a red brass two-drawer register with oak wood base, Empire pattern and no top sign. Serial number 338706. (Very Good) 500 - 1,500

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1145 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #130. 19 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/2” x 15”. National Cash register Co. Model #130 is a restored red bronze register with fine scroll pattern and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 437325. (Restored) 500 - 1,000 1146 - AMERICAN CASH REGISTER MODEL #2. 18” x 9 - 5/8” x 15 - 1/4”. American Model #2 is a nickel-plated register with marble till, no top sign, and which has not been restored. Serial number 30237. (Very Good) 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 1147 1147 - FRED G. JOHNSON “LITTLE JOE OF THE FAT WORLD” CIRCUS BANNER. 94” x 240”. This is an original circus or side show banner “Little Joe of the Fat World” by Fred G. Johnson, a prolific sideshow banner artist whose career spanned 65 years. His banner paintings were displayed at the Chicago World’s Fair of 1933, called “A Century of Progress”, and by circuses such as Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey, and Clyde Beatty. He has been called the “Picasso” of circus art. These bright and colorful banners drew in the crowd with the mystery of circus excitement and surprise. Johnson is considered to be among the top in his field. This large 18” by 7” poster dates to the period and is signed by the artist as well as “Oh Henry Tent & Awning Co.”. It is in original condition with some repairs to the canvas, and the eyelets used for hanging. A fantastic survivor. Last offered for sale at Guerney’s Coney Island Auction in 1988. (Good). 3,000 - 5,000 1148 - FRED G. JOHNSON “HISTAH AND THE MONSTERS” CIRCUS BANNER. 84” x 144”. This is an original circus or side show banner “Histah and the Monsters”” by Fred G. Johnson, a prolific sideshow banner artist whose career spanned 65 years. His banner paintings were displayed at the Chicago World’s Fair of 1933, called A Century of Progress, and by circuses such as Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey, and Clyde Beatty. He has been called the “Picasso” of circus art. These bright and colorful banners drew in the crowd with the mystery of circus excitement and surprise. Johnson is considered to be among the top in his field. This 8” by 11” poster dates to the period and is distinctively signed by the artist. It is in original condition with some repairs to the canvas and the eyelets used for hanging. Last offered for sale at Guerney’s Coney Island Auction in 1988. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000 56

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1149 - JOHNNY MEAH “CHAMPION SWORD SWALLOWER” CIRCUS BANNER. 116” x 116”. This is an original circus or side show banner by the artist Johnny Meah. Johnny Meah is a respected painter whose banners of sideshow performers hang in such places as the Smithsonian, the Barnum Museum in Westport, Connecticut, and Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art. This 8’ by 7” Banner is in all-original condition. Faded color and repairs to the canvas as well as the hanging eyelets, signed by Meah Studios. Last offered for sale at Guerney’s Coney Island Auction in 1988. (Fair - Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1150 - SNAP WYATT “ALLIGATOR SKIN MAN” CIRCUS BANNER. 105” x 118”. This is a circus or sideshow banner painted and signed by the artist Snap Wyatt. Snap Wyatt was a prolific painter of circus banners and created a substantial number of banners over the years. He was known for his speed and bold, cartoon-like style. His banners were painted with quick caricatures and only the essential details of the performer were outlined in black to make them stand out. The bright and colorful banners drew in the crowd with the mystery of circus excitement and surprise. Wyatt is considered to be among the top in his field. This “Alligator Skin Man” banner is 8’ by 10”, in all-original condition and signed by the artist. Bright color with little fading, good definition to the artist signature. It has repairs to the canvas and to the eyelets used in hanging, but a wonderful survivor by a great circus poster painter. Last offered for sale at Guerney’s Coney Island Auction in 1988. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000

1151 - SNAP WYATT “BLOCK HEAD” CIRCUS BANNER. 108” x 118”. This is a circus or sideshow banner painted and signed by the artist Snap Wyatt. Snap Wyatt was a prolific painter of circus banners and created a substantial number of banners over the years. He was known for his speed and bold, cartoon-like style. His banners were painted with quick caricatures, and only the essential details of the performer were outlined in black to make them stand out. The bright and colorful banners drew in the crowd with the mystery of circus excitement and surprise. Wyatt is considered to be among the top in his field. This “Block Head” banner is 8’ by 10”, and is in all original condition and signed by the artist. Bright color with little fading, with good definition to the artist signature. It has some repairs to the canvas and to the eyelets used in hanging, but a wonderful survivor by a great circus poster painter. Last offered for sale at Guerney’s Coney Island Auction in 1988. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1152 - 5¢ “RIDE BIG BRONCO” HORSE KIDDIE RIDE. 62” x 21” x 55” Beautiful restoration of an iconic kiddie ride. Ride Big Bronco has a fiberglass body, leather saddle, and works. With key. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 3,000 - 6,000

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1153 - H.B. SMITH “AMERICAN STAR” HIGH WHEEL BICYCLE. 54” x 66” x16”. The American Star Bicycle was invented in 1880 by G. W. Pressey and manufactured by the H. B. Smith Machine Company in Smithville, Burlington County, New Jersey. It was characterized by a small wheel in front to avoid the problem of tipping forward inherent in other high wheelers. A Star bicycle was photographed being ridden down the steps in front of the United States Capitol in 1885 to demonstrate its longitudinal stability, and Star bicycles were used for the sport of bicycle polo in the mid-1880’s. The name “Star” was attributed to the double star arrangement of the spokes. This is a truly remarkable survivor with replaced seat cover and new rubber, the remainder of the bike appears all-original, including the original brass H.B Smith tag. (Very Good). 5,000 - 10,000

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1154 - ABSOLUTELY SUPER BONE SHAKER CAST-IRON BICYCLE. 49 - 1/2” x 68” x 18”. This is a very early bone shaker bicycle with wood wheel and all cast-iron forged frame from the late 1890’s. Original condition with the right seat and a great look. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1155 - VERY EARLY RED WOODEN TRICYCLE. 37” x 50” x 15”. Rare child’s early tricycle from the 1890’s with wood seat, iron-rimed wood wheels, original paint and pin striping. Extremely well-made with forged crank and front steering post in original patina. Has a wonderful late 19th century look. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1156 - IDEAL STEWART D. CLEMENT STOVE AND OVEN COMBINATION. 59 - 1/2” x 39” x 32”. Wonderful Stewart D. Clement Stove and Oven combination in cast-iron and nickel. Unrestored and complete, with signs of wear and use throughout. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1157 - KALAMAZOO DIRECT TO YOU STOVE AND OVEN COMBINATION. 59” x 50” x 31”. A Kalamazoo Direct to You Stove and Oven Combination wood/ coal stove top and oven. Beautiful porcelain with little wear, cast-iron components show some oxidation but is complete. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1158 - WINCROFT OVEN AND STOVE COMBINATION. 63” x 38” x 30”. Beautiful and early Wincroft gas porcelain stove/oven combination. Complete and in very good condition with no breaks or cracks. Green and white porcelain is in good order. Some oxidation to non-porcelain iron, minor chipping to edges of porcelain. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1159 - MAGNIFICENT PORCELAIN CAST-IRON WINDSOR PARLOR STOVE. 64” x 30” x 30”. Beautiful blue porcelain parlor stove by Windsor. Complete and in overall very good condition. The blue porcelain gas great sheen, with very little signs of wear. No cracks or breaks. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1160 - EMPIRE ACORN CAST-IRON PARLOR STOVE. 45” x 35” x 24”. Very ornate Empire Acorn cast-iron Parlor stove. Nickel castings retain the majority of plating and has older repaint. Complete with no cracks or breaks. Signs of normal wear. (Good). 800 - 1,500

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1161 - 5¢ PACE COMET SLOT MACHINE. 24” x 15 - 3/4” x 15”. This three-reel slot machine was produced by Pace Manufacturing around 1936. Displaying an Art Deco style front casting with twin jackpot banks and dual payout cups. Featuring an older repaint with original reel strips and award card. Plays and pays. Keys are provided. (Good). 800 - 1,500 1162 - 5¢ SKILLIARD COIN-FLIP SKILL GAME. 19-1/2”T x 17 - 1/2”W x 15”D. A unique skill game by an unknown manufacturer, having an ornate cast-iron body and clear glass playing field. To play, the player places the plug into a hole beneath the number of their choosing and then strikes the coin through the coin chute, aiming to get the coin into the slot they plugged. Monetary prizes were awarded for getting the coin into the slot the player chose. Circa 1903. A great patina and look for this early trade stimulator. One key is provided. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1163 - 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY ROMAN HEAD SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE VENDOR. 18 - 1/4” x 15” x 26”. Great example of a Mills Roman Head slot with side vendor. White and blue aluminum front casting with gold gilt Roman head emblem and muse details. The cabinet is in great condition. Made by Mills Novelty from 1932-1933. One key is provided. Plays and Pays. Side vendor is operational. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500 1164 - 10¢ PACE MFG. CO. “8 STAR” BELL SLOT MACHINE. 24” x 18” x 15 - 1/2”. The “8” Star Bell was manufactured by Pace Mfg. Co. from 1948 to 1949. It has a wooden base and a full polished nickel cabinet with stars throughout and new inpaint features. Showing only light wear throughout, this machine was nicely restored with the original reel strips, award card and a replacement lock. Plays and pays. With keys. (Restored). 1,200 - 2,000

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1165 - JENNINGS 5¢ CENTURY VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 16” x 16” x 27”. Early restoration of this Jennings Century Vendor. Beautifully done with black and yellow inset paint, original reel strips and back door. Has key. (Restored). 1,200 - 2,000

1167 - 1¢ PACE BANTAM JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE VENDOR. 21” x 18” x 14”. This 1¢ Pace Bantam slot machine is the miniature gooseneck jackpot version with a gumball side vendor. In all-original patina and with original rare confections marquee, this is nice original example of a not often seen Pace slot machine. The machine has considerable oxidation to the castings,with paint loss and some surface rust on the handle and original back door. The side vendor is equally all original and is in working order. The oak cabinet is in original finish with some signs of wear. With keys. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000

1166 - 1¢ ROCK-OLA MFG. THREE WINNERS COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”W x 9-1/2”D x 18-1/2”T. This counter top coin-flip game is very similar in design to the Three Jacks with a similar cast front and a hunting scene behind the pin field. Has inpainting to relief areas. Includes two keys. Circa 1930’s. (Good). 1,500 - 2,500

1168 - 5¢ VENDET MIDGET SLOT MACHINE. 15 - 1/4” x 9 - 1/4” x 11”. The Vendet Mfg. Co. of Chicago produced these two-reel machines in 1932. With polished aluminum castings with new inset painting, original reel strips and award card. Plays and pays. Restored. Has key. (Restored). 2,000 - 4,000 1169 - 5¢ CAST-IRON MILLS CHECK BOY SLOT MACHINE. 19” x 16” x 16”. Mills Novelty Co. manufactured this machine in 1907. It features a nice oak cabinet with a wonderfully detailed cast-iron front decorated with dragons and a knight. There are six different coin slots, each pertaining to a colored shape on the single reel. Any winnings for this machine were paid out in trade checks. With replaced color strip and original reel strip. Original patina. Working, no tokens. Has keys. (Very Good). 2,500 - 5,000

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1170 - 25¢ ROL-A-TOP “BIRD OF PARADISE” SLOT MACHINE. 27 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. A beautiful restoration of a highly sought after slot machine by collectors. This machine features skill stops and a working vendor with gold reward. Plays and pays. Has keys. (Restored). 3,000 - 6,000 1171 - 25¢ & 5¢ BALLYS DOUBLE BELL SLOT MACHINE. 26” x 19” x 15 - 1/2”. Bally Manufacturing produced this machine in 1938. It has the unique feature of allowing the player to play either side or both at once. This example has an older restoration to the cabinet and front casting. With the original award card and reel strips. Plays and pays. With keys. (Restored). 3,000 - 5,000 1172 - MILLS NOVELTY CO. 1916 BELL SLOT MACHINE. 24” x 15 - 3/4” x 15 - 3/4”. Seldom seen Mills Novelty Company 1916 Bell slot machine. This example is in original finish with patina to the nickel plated castings. There is a factory witness window that appears to have been added into the plate below the coin entry. Moderate loss to plating, some scrapes and dings to the wood cabinet. Original back door and coin box. The machine works well and come with keys. (Good). 4,000 - 7,000

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1173 - 5¢ “THE DEWY” UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE 27” x 16” x 66” The restored Dewey is 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 an unusual front glass. In working order. Circa 1899. With keys. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 10,000 - 20,000

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1174 - 5¢ WATLING AUTOMATIC OK GUM VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 58 - 1/2” x 20 - 1/2” x 18”. This floor model slot machine features a lower compartment with three visible columns for vending gum showing a nice foil effect reverse glass panel reading “Gum Vender”. Decorative metal castings show patina. A great original machine with original reel strips, plating, and great patina. Coin head is re-cast. Includes keys and reproduction packages of gum. Certainly a wonderful addition to any advanced collection. Circa 1912. (Very Good). 15,000 - 20,000

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1175 - 5¢ CHICAGO UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 28” x 17” x 67” Oak wood cabinet with hand carved details and cast metal furnishings including owl handles and gargoyle feet. This machine is housed in a refinished oak cabinet with replaced wheel and a new back door. With keys. (Restored). 10,000 - 20,000

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1176 - 5¢ CAILLE BROTHERS BLACK CAT MUSICAL CABINET UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 28” x 18” x 67”. An extremely hard upright slot to find, this one is in great all-original condition. Correct castings and coin head, original wheel and castings and an original music box. A great solid slot machine and a very rare version. Shows signs of some restoration, inset paint, and nickel plating. Works perfectly and pays. With keys. (Excellent). 60,000 - 90,000

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1177 - 5¢ MILLS LIBERTY BELL SLOT MACHINE. 13” x 12” x 24”. A nice rare all-original condition Mills Liberty Bell. This particular example has all-original castings and the original card symbols on the reels as well as original marquee paper. The mechanism has the early round pin fingers, bell striker upon winning payout and original early styled Yale locks. The nickel plating overall is good with some slight pitting to castings. This early example has claw feet and poker symbols on the reels. The machine has nice play action and is a great example of Mills first three reel slot machine. Circa 1907. (Very Good). 6,000 - 12,000 1178 - 25¢ WATLING “LITTLE SIX” JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 16” x 11” x 21 - 3/4”. Unusual Watling 25¢ counter wheel slot, sometimes referred to as a “Little Six”. The case is in a beautiful finish with patina castings and original wheel. Plays great. A very fine example of an early Watling slot. Has key. (Very Good). 4,000 - 8,000 1179 - 5¢ BURNHAM GUM MACHINE WORKS SLOT MACHINE. 25 - 1/4” x 15” x 13 - 1/2”. Cast-iron Burnham Gum Works slot machine in original unrestored patina with original reel strips and award card. Working and with keys. (Very Good). 3,500 - 5,000

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1180 - 5¢ BURNHAM GUM WORKS SLOT MACHINE. 24 - 1/2” x 15” x 14”. Burnham Gum Machine Works produced this Automatic Salesman from 1923-24. An unrestored slot machine with beautifully detailed castings and without the usual side vendor. Features the original tin reel strips, paper, and instructions. Plays and pays. With keys. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000 1181 - 25¢ JENNINGS SUN CHIEF CONSOLE LIGHT UP SLOT MACHINE. 61” x 23” x 19”. The 25¢ Sun Chief slot machine console manufactured by O.D. Jennings from 1949 to 1955. Complete with yellow light up plastics and a finial of a Native American Chief’s head at the center. An earlier restoration with replaced console. Works and pays. With keys. (Very Good). 2,500 - 3,500 1182 - 50¢ JENNINGS CLUB CHIEF SUPER DELUXE SLOT WITH THREE KEYS. 61” x 23” x 18”. 50¢ Jennings Club Chief with replaced console. Surface pitting to the older restored front with paint loss to the inset areas. Original reel strips and award card, no ashtray liners. Plays and Pays. Has keys. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1183 - 5¢ WATLING ROL-A-TOR SLOT MACHINE. 26 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. Appears to have an original painted front with a cornucopia spilling out coins. It has the tin reel strips, award card and an original Watling decal. The wood cabinet shows a fair amount of wear. Working. Manufactured by Watling around 1935. Includes keys. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 LOT - 1180

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1184 - 5¢ WATLING BROWNIE JACKPOT COLOR WHEEL SLOT. 26” x 16” x 10 - 1/2”. Watling introduced these games in 1929 and sold them until 1935. This is an earlier version in vintage oak cabinet with all the correct castings. This machine also features a unique six-way coin head made of cast iron. The oak case has several cracks in the base and front that do not distract from the machine. Complete with original cash box and locking cash box cover. The castings are very oxidized with loss to plating, however the color wheel is bright and vibrant and overall a great original unrestored example. With keys. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1185 - 1¢ ROCK-OLA THREE JACKS COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 8-1/2”D x 12”W x 18”T. This penny flip game was manufactured by Rock-Ola in 1930. Has a cast aluminum body and glass front with three jackpot coin banks. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 1186 - 5¢ BURTMIER MFG. CO. PONY SLOT MACHINE. 16 - 1/2” x 12 - 1/2” x 10 - 3/4”. This slot machine features an unusual two reel design complete with a wood cabinet and an aluminum cast front panel in blue, detailed in red and yellow. There are two nickel reserves and a single payout cup. Cash box is not present and the back door is a replacement. In mostly restored condition with original reel strips. Plays well. Manufactured by Burtmier Mfg. in 1934. Has key. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000 70

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1187 - H.C. EVANS SARATOGA SWEEPSTAKES RACE GAME. 12” x 20” x 20”. An all-original example with some minor loss to decal on front panel. Visually an attractive machine. The domed glass top gave full view, which insured players there were no shenanigans being played as to the operation of this gambling machine. In working order. With key. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000

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1188 - 5¢ CAILLE SUPERIOR FOUR REEL SLOT MACHINE. 24” x 16” x 13”. This four reel version is a much rarer example than the three reel Caille slot machines. Overall the machine has nice smooth action, an older restoration with original reel strips and replaced award card. Plays and pays. Has keys. (Restored). 1,200 - 2,200

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1189 - 25¢ MILLS AIKENS FRONT SLOT IN A COWBOY SLAND. 72” x 24” x 24”. Restored Aikens front slot machine in a cowboy stand. Restored condition, and working great. Has key. (Restored). 1,200 - 2,200 1190 - 58” GAMBLING WHEEL. 42” x 20” x 75”. This is a 58” spinning gambling wheel in original paint and original currency. Condition of the wheel is original, there is some paint loss due to use and oxidation to the metal pegs and trim metal piece on the wheel. The stand is of a newer vintage. (Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1191 - 5¢ JENNINGS TODAY VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 26” x 16 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/4”. Three-reel vendor front slot machine with charming “Dutch Boy” design. The rotary strip and “To-day” advertisement are original to this machine with four different channels for mint confection variety. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1926 through 1929. A nice restored machine showing moderate wear throughout retaining the original reel strips. The rotary award card is complete but not working while the vendor works and the machine plays and pays. Has keys. (Restored). 800 - 1,500

1194 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ FIELDS MFG. CO. BABY JACKPOT SKILL VENDOR & ADAMS 5 STAR GUM VENDOR. Larger: 25” x 13 - 3/4” x 9 - 3/4”. A pair of unusual vendors. The first is a Fields Mfg. Co. Baby Jackpot vendor. This tabletop trade stimulator features three miniature fortune reels and a gumball vending mechanism. Includes original marquee. Polished case with original reel strips and award card. Working with key. The second is an Adam 5 star trade stimulator gum ball vendor in restored condition. With key. (Very Good - Restored). 900 - 1,500

1192 - 1¢ GROETCHEN “PIKES PEAK” TRADE STIMULATOR. 13” x 13 - 1/2” x 13 - 1/2”. This trade stimulator also serves as a gumball machine. It is painted in gold with an extremely crisp interior. Offers five balls for one penny, the incentive is to “Try To Climb To The Top.” Use the knob to lift the balls from one level to the next, gold balls also double in points. Manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. in 1941. Has key. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500

1195 - 1¢ MILLS BELL FRUIT LION FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 24” x 16” x 15”. This three reel gooseneck bell machine is also referred to as the “Silent Gooseneck”. It is in unrestored original condition showing moderate wear to the paint of the front casting, award card and wood cabinet. An extremely rare machine in a 1¢ denomination. Reel strips and back door are original. Includes key. Circa 1930’s. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000

1193 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ BUCKLEY PILGRIM GUM & 5¢ GTOETCHEN ROYAL FLUSH TRADE STIMULATORS. 12 - 1/4” x 11 - 3/4” x 9 - 1/2”. The Buckley Manufacturing Co. Pilgrim’s five poker themed reels are yellowed, but still come into position well. The aluminum cabinet is in original paint, with original red nameplate and award card. Missing gum vendor mechanism but includes key. The Royal Flush trade stimulator has a draw poker component and was made by the Groetchen Tool Co. circa 1939. This machine is in all original condition including paint and award card. Has gum vending mechanism. Has key. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,500

1196 - 1¢ CAILLE BROTHERS “GOOD LUCK” CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 11” x 9 - 3/4” x 11”. Caille Bros. produced this cigar trade stimulator in the early 1900’s. It features a wooden cabinet with domed top, cast metal marquee and five playing card reels. Cabinet is in original rich finish, marquee and includes original instruction sheet. Retains a partial “good luck” decal on the front. Winning reel combinations were paid out with cigars. Has original reel strips. Plays well and includes one key. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1197 - 1¢ AD-LEE KINGS HORSES RACE GAME. 8 - 3/4” x 14 - 3/4” x 19 - 5/8”. Fun counter top horse racing game made by Ad-Lee Novelty from 1931-1939. Beveled glass and green felt interior with original paper and paint to horses. The wood cabinet shows wear with some scratches and scuffs. With keys. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,500 1198 - 1¢ ROCK-OLA THE OFFICIAL SWEEPSTAKES TRADE STIMULATOR. 15 - 1/4” x 13 - 1/4” x 12”. This very popular trade stimulator has great action that moves quickly. The player chooses a horse to win with the indicator on the right, inserts their coin and while the horses spin, the ball rolls around the rim and changes the odds as the race progresses. It is constructed from wood, glass and cast aluminum, and is in original patina with original play field. Missing the tilt indicator. Includes keys. Circa 1933. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 1199 - 1¢ MILLS JUMBO SUCCESS CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 58” x 15 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. Mills Jumbo Success cigar trade stimulator in original paint, castings, and replaced marquee. 1¢ operation and works well. Has key. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1200 - 5¢ CAILLE BROTHERS “BANKER” CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 13” x 9” x 15 - 1/4”. A very fine example of the Banker five-reel trade stimulator produced by Caille Bros. in 1906. Nice oak cabinet and nickel plated castings showing the original plating. Minor oxidation is present on the castings. Includes original reel strips and shows minor cabinet wear. Plays well. (Very Good). 2,500 - 3,500

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1201 - 5, 10 & 25¢ CHARLES FEY “ON THE LEVEL” CAST-IRON TRADE STIMULATOR. 13” x 10 - 1/4” x 9 - 3/4”. Multi-coin Charles Fey “On The Level” trade stimulator in refinished condition with replaced award card. Works and operates correctly. Has key. (Restored). 3,000 - 5,000

1202 - 5¢ LEO CANDA COUNTER JUMBO CARD MACHINE CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 26” x 16” x 18”. The Leo Canda Company of Cincinnati manufactured this very popular and durable five-reel machine. It has a wood cabinet with a deep rich finish and a cast-iron front holds the glass in front of the original reels. This example has a handle and witness window variation. Marquee is a replacement. One key is included. Circa 1898. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1203 - 5¢ SUPERIOR CONFECTION COMPANY MYSTERY MINT VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 21” x 13” x 15 - 1/4”. This is a very unusual Superior Confection Mint Vendor “Mystery” bell slot machine. It is in all original condition including paint, paper, reel strips, award cards and front notice panel. Retains two partial Superior confection decals to the case. This is a token payout machine where the customer gets one package of mints for the nickel play and the chance to win tokens for more store trade. The machine has a nice look, although worn with paint loss and oxidation with moderate signs of use. Has keys. (Good). 3,000 - 5,000

1204 - 1¢ MILLS COMMERCIAL CARD FLIP TRADE STIMULATOR. 21 - 3/4” x 12 - 3/4” x 10 - 3/4”. In original condition with original awards cards, reel cards, tilt mirror marquee and dragon cabinet. Has a replaced award card. Cabinet does show some wear and loss of plating and is missing a 1” section of the back door near attachment to the wood base in the back. Includes key. Circa 1903. (Good). 4,000 - 7,000

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1205 - 5¢ J.L. FOLEY CIGAR DRAW POKER FLIP CARD MACHINER. 19 - 1/2” x 12 - 3/4” x 11”. Countertop Draw Poker flip Card Machine featuring 5 card reels, and ornate cast-iron cabinet features with front cigar awards card, hold buttons, and top marquee that reads “Two Plays For One Nickel”. Circa 1906. This same machine was made for several operators, as 69-75 W. Jackson was Watling’s address as well. (Very Good). 6,000 - 10,000 76

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1206 - 5¢ LEO CANDA JUMBO GIANT SUCCESS TRADE STIMULATOR. 78” x 17” x 16”. This beautiful and unique machine was patented in 1897 by Leo Canda Manufacturing Co. It features a light oak cabinet with grooved paneling and cast-iron legs, columns, and facade that have been painted to look like green marble. The player inserts a nickel into the coin slot and pushes down on the lever to make the five reels up top spin. Winnings were paid out in checks and the wooden marquee that hangs beneath the reels lists the payout options for winning card combinations. Original finish, back door with instructions inside, and replaced award card. Works perfectly. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 10,000 - 15,000

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1207 - 5¢ “THE AUSTRALIA” CAST-IRON TRADE STIMULATOR. 18 - 1/2” x 12 - 1/4” x 10”. Made by the Royal Novelty Company of San Francisco, this highly ornate cast-iron poker machine is a rare one. 5¢ operation, with replaced marquee and rear door. Restored nickel finish has a nice patina. Circa 1902. Works and has key. (Good). 5,000 - 8,000

1208 - 5¢ SUPERIOR CONFECTION COMPANY GOOSENCK BELL SLOT MACHINE 21 - 1/2” x 13” x 15”. This Superior Confection gooseneck bell slot alternate jackpot is in all original condition, including reel strips, paper, award cards, back door, confection fill door, paint and decals. A great example of this slot machine in unrestored original condition. Case shows signs of wear consistent with age and use, all metal castings have aged patina, and the slot has a wonderful overall look. Plays and vends. Has keys. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1209 - 5¢ L.E COWPER “CRACKER JACK” COIN DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 21” x 17 - 1/2” x 12 - 1/2”. This coin-drop machine was produced around 1898 by L.E. Cowper Manufacturing Co. Housed within a wooden cabinet with hand-carved details is the coin-drop mechanism with gold glitter background showing very minor paint loss. Player inserts their coin into the slot and pushes the plunger down. If the coin lands in one of the four chambers, the player may push the plunger once again to receive all of the coins in the corresponding jackpot. A great original example with two keys. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000

1210 - 5¢ MILLS FOK BASEBALL MINT VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 25” x 16” x 16”. A nice clean unrestored original example of this Mills FOK baseball vendor. There appears to be some inpainting to the front casting and this example was not delivered with skill stops. Original reels and marquee and award cards. With keys. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1211 - 5¢ CAILLE BROTHERS JUMBO SUCCESS TRADE STIMULATOR. 58 - 1/2” x 17” x 17”. This is a Caille Jumbo Success cast-iron card machine. Beautiful aged repaint with possible cast-iron replacement marquee. Original reel strips and castings, works perfectly. Has key. (Very Good) 2,500 - 4,000 1212 - 5¢ WESTERN AUTOMATIC MACHINE CO. COIN-DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 20 - 1/2” x 14 - 3/4” x 7 - 1/2”. An early 20th century five jacks counter top payout machine with a fancy cabinet and the iron play field with pins. If the coin trips a hidden lever the contents of the corresponding pocket are released into the tray below. A nice original machine with metal manufacturers tag on front. This machine is a relatively rarely found version. As opposed to later versions of jacks machines, this model has no knob to turn to release the pocket of coins, instead it is an automatic trip and the contents spill out. With key. (Very Good). 1,600 - 3,000

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LOT - 1211 1213 - 1¢ PIERCE TOOL AND MFG. CO. “THE WHIRLWIND” TRADE STIMULATOR. 14 - 3/8” x 10 - 1/4” x 7”. This outstanding trade stimulator features three concentric facing discs, similar to the Jenning’s Little Duke. When plugged in and a penny is inserted, the discs spin in an extremely fast motion, hence the name “Whirlwind” and is quite entertaining. It has an aluminum-cast body with a die-cut top, displaying an Art Deco theme in red and black vertical detail. It contains a “Your Fortune” award card and working gumball dispenser. Manufactured by Pierce Tool & Mfg. Co. in 1933. Has key. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 1214 - 1¢ LEO CANDA LITTLE PERFECTION CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 11” x 9 - 1/4” x 11”. Leo Canada 1¢ little perfection cigar trade stimulator in all original finish, with original reel cards and award card in original frame, signs of age and use throughout, a real nice example of this wood trade stimulator. (Very Good) 1,000 - 2,000 LOT - 1214 80

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1215 - LOT OF 2: PAIR OF 1¢ GROETCHEN POK-O-REEL GUM TRADE STIMULATORS. 10 - 1/2” x 12” x 10”. Pair of Pok-O-Reel trade stimulators with aluminum-cast body, detailed with black and red inset accents. The first all-original machine features a gum ball vendor and the original reel strips and original award card showing some minor damage. The second all-original machine has original reel strips and award card but does not have a gum ball vendor. Both machines have oxidation to the aluminum with some fading and paint loss to the inset area. Manufactured by Groetchen Tool Mfg. Co. in 1933 to 1934. One key is included for each machine. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1216 - MILLS 5¢ EXTRAORDINARY PIONEER MINT VENDOR FORTUNE SLOT. 29 - 1/2” x 16” x 15 - 1/2”. Mills iconic Art Deco style machine with nice wood cabinet and gray front casting accented by blue detailing. Mint front vendor and fortune reel strips. An older restoration to the cabinet and casting, replaced award card and original front instruction. Produced by the Mills Novelty Co. from 1933-1935. Plays and pays. With keys. (Restored). 1,000 - 2,000

1217 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ ROCK-OLA HOLD AND DRAW & 1¢ ACE GUM TRADE STIMULATORS. 13” x 13 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2”. The Rock-Ola Hold and Draw has an Art Deco style motif and is colored in black. It has the original five reel strips and award card. An excellent working example. Manufactured by Rock-Ola Mfg. Co. in 1934. One key is included. The 5¢ Ace trade stimulator was manufactured in 1941. It has five card reel strips and a yellow award card, works great. Has two keys. (Excellent). 800 - 1,400 1218 - LOT OF 2: 5¢ GROETCHEN SPARKS GUM BALL & 25¢ LARK DISTRIBUTING “THE LARK” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 12 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2”. A pair of trade stimulators. First is a cast-aluminum trade stimulator, manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. from 1938 to 1941. It has a nice crinkle paint finish with accents of red and yellow. The paint is vibrant with some color added to inset areas. One key is included. Second is a 25¢ trade stimulator in original condition with some signs of paint loss and oxidation to the plated areas. Original reels and paper. Has key. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,200

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1219 - LOT OF 2: DAVAL “SMOKE REELS” AND PAUL BENNET “DEUCES WILD” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 12 - 1/4” x 11 - 3/4” x 9 - 1/4”. A pair of counter top trade stimulators. The first is a Daval “Smoke Reels” in original finish wood cabinet and original reel strips and award card. Working and has keys. The second is a Paul Bennet & Co. “Deuces Wild” in original finish wood cabinet and with excellent graphics and reel strips. Works and has keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,400 LOT - 1219

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1220 - 25¢ PACE COMET FRONT VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 27 “ x 16 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2”. Produced by Pace Manufacturing Co. in the mid 1930’s. This three-reel slot machine disguises itself as a vending machine. An older restoration with replaced marquee. Plays and pays. Has key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

1221 - LOT OF 3: BRANDT AUTOMATIC COIN CHANGERS. Each: 11 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/4” x 15”. Lot includes three Brandt automatic coin changers. Two are complete with the coin return, one is missing the coin return, all three are in original condition and work. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1222 - 1¢ BINGO NOVELTY CO. “PLANET BALL” PINBALL. 8 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2” x 25 - 1/2”. A purely mechanical pinball arcade game, manufactured by Bingo Novelty Mfg. Co. in 1931. Has five score pockets and two Free Play pockets. Signs of wear throughout and fading to the playfield. No keys. (Good). 600 - 1,200

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1223 - LOT OF 2: 25¢ “ART SHOW” 3-D VIEWER MACHINES. Each: 20 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/4” x 8 - 1/4”. A pair of retro 25¢ 3-D post card viewer machines with a small supply of cards. One is fully restored with new paint and the other is in original condition. Both with their original marquees and paper signs. Untested, with keys. (Good - Restored). 600 - 1,200

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1224 - 25¢ JENNINGS PURITAIN GIRL TRADE STIMULATOR. 12” x 10 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/2”. 25 Cent version of the Jennings Puritan Girl trade stimulator. Polished case with original award card and reel strips, has a small chip in the front door. Works and has keys. (Good). 600 - 1,200

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1225 - 5¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE THEATRE MACHINE. 71” x 19” x 24 - 1/2”. Later style International Mutoscope Theater girlie show arcade machine. Sheet metal construction with marquee advertising the available shows in the theater. New paint and partial restoration. Appears to be working, but needs adjustment. Has key. (Good). 800 - 1,500 1226 - LOT OF 2: PEO MFG. “BARN-YARD GOLF” AND PACE “BOOP-A-DOOP”. Larger: 17 - 1/4” x 10” x 6 - 3/4”. A pair of counter top arcade games. The first is a Peo “Barn-Yard Golf” in restored condition. Working and with keys. The second is a Pace “Boop-A-Doop” counter game, also in restored condition. Working and with keys. (Restored). 800 - 1,400 1227 - BALLY KEY WEST WOOD RAIL PINBALL MACHINE. 25 - 1/2” x 58” x 70 - 1/2”. Very nice original Key West wood rail pinball machine by Bally. Graphics are crisp and bright, back glass is near mint. Graphics to the cabinet are slightly worn, but complete. A real nice example of this early wood rail pinball machine. Has keys. Untested. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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1228 - 5¢ JENNINGS SPORTSMAN COMBINATION PINBALL & SLOT MACHINE. 43” x 24” x 42”. An absolutely beautiful restoration of this hunting themed pinball game and slot machine combination. Players shoot balls across the playing field just as in a regular game of pinball, however, if their ball lands in the right slot, the machine will pay out. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1935. In excellent restored condition with minimal use and age related wear present throughout the playing field and cabinet. Has key. (Restored). 1,000 - 2,000 1229 - DATA EAST “THE SIMPSONS” PINBALL MACHINE. 75 - 1/2” x 55” x 22”. 50¢ operation, this pinball machine is in all original condition, playbills shows little to no use, back glass is near mint and and the colors are bright and vibrant. A great example of this iconic cartoon with all the characters. Has key, and is currently working, Never placed on location, a phenominal example. (excellent) 1,000 - 2,000 1230 - 5¢ RARE ROCK-OLA “T-N-T” PINBALL. 49 - 1/4” x 19 - 1/2” x 38”. An outstanding example of this very rate Rock-Ola T-N-T floor model non-electric pinball. Wonderful graphics and components with original marquee and paper. Shows very little wear or use. Has keys. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,000

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1231 - 5¢ MERCHANTS ADVERTISING BELMONT JR. RACING GAME. 16”W x 25-1/2”D x 9”T. Counter top racing game manufactured by Merchants Advertising Company in 1933. To play, simply place a coin into the coin slide, select a winner using the side knob and pull out the coin slide to spin the wheel and make the horses race. Plays well. Very nice finish throughout the cabinet, an older restoration. One key is provided. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1232 - UNUSUAL EXHIBIT SUPPLY “KNOWLEDGE IS POWER” HAIR COLOR FORTUNE CARD MACHINE. 72 - 1/2” x 24” x 16”. Very unusual ESCO card fortune teller machine where the patron selects a hair color to get a fortune card. In a restored state, with a sampling of fortune cards. Works and has keys. (Restored). 2,000 - 4,000 1233 - CAT RACK CARNIVAL GAME. 25”L x 84”W x 105”T. An exhilarating carnival game that is large in size with four rows of cats, detailed with a clown’s face. The frame is composed of steel, painted in blue and paired with lustrous red, white and blue covers on each tier. The rack is topped with a carnival marquee. Combined with a tin back, made for loud sound effects when a ball is thrown at the cats. Includes large baseballs. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500

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1234 - 5¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE “ATOMIC BOMBS DROP” ARCADE GAME. 85” x 24” x 30”. An Atomic-Age arcade game where players take over the role of a bomber pilot to drop bombs on enemy cities. Players look through the viewfinder and as the scene and clouds roll along, they turn the knob to center the sight over targets and press the button to drop bombs. This game was introduced to the market in 1946 by International Mutoscope Reel Co. The cabinet displays some restoration while retaining original decals, back glass, and many other elements like the added marquee. Restored by master restorer Andy Parnell. With keys. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

1235 - 5¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE “SKY FIGHTER” ANTI AIRCRAFT FIGHTER ARCADE GAME. 71” x 38” x 24”. International Mutoscope manufactured this war themed game in 1940. The tall cabinet is constructed of wood and is in beautiful restored condition with replaced instructions paper mounted above the barrel. In lieu of the traditional screen, players look within the small peephole on the barrel to spy for enemy airplanes. Players utilize the pistol to fire at targets, with a red light flickering for every hit made. Restored by Andy Parnell. With keys. (Restored). 4,000 - 8,000

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1236 - RECREATION 1¢ CAILLE BROS. APOLLO MUSCLE TEST ARCADE MACHINE. 33-1/2”L x 31”W x 96”T. An exceptional John Papa recreation of a machine originally offered by Caille Bros. in 1907, this example is marked 6 of 12. A tribute to America’s entry into the Olympic Games both in name and design showing Greek-inspired decoration to the cabinet. The housing of this strength tester is wood, painted red with gold pinstripe detailing throughout. The tall floor model cabinet is attached to a heavy and ornate cast iron base which prevents it from tipping over. Featured at the center is a life-size figural man with one arm extended and bent at the elbow, also composed of cast iron. The marquee is attached to a dial which measures the strength of the patron from 0 to 600. Includes keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 6,000 - 10,000

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1237 - 5¢ H.C. EVANS BAT-A-SCORE ARCADE MACHINE. 25-1/2”L x 45”W x 79”T. Many pitch ‘n bat arcade games feature a roll down style pitcher but Bat-A-Score incorporated a manikin pitcher to throw the ball to the batter. For 5¢, players are given 10 pitches and 4 decks corresponding to a certain amount of points. This game was produced by H.C. Evans in 1948 and displays minor wear. The exterior cabinet has some surface scratches and discoloration as well as on the manikin players. The back glass on the marquee remains bright and free from any traces of peeling. The machine turns on and operates properly but the pitcher does not always have a steel ball to throw. As shown in the photos, there is a single crack in one of the side panels of glass. Includes 5 keys. (Good - Very Good). 40,000 - 50,000

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1238 - 5¢ CAILLE MASCOT COMBINATION GRIP AND LUNG TESTER STRENGTH ARCADE. 78” x 21 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/4”. Rare combination grip and lung testing arcade machine produced by Caille from 1904-1905. It features a lovely quarter sawn oak cabinet with all-original castings in perfect aged patina. The gripper is flanked on either side by the original charts detailing the grip strength of professions common at the time. The colorful paper dial is all-original as well and displays minimal wear and soiling. With the exception of the added marquee, which is common to these machines, this is an outstanding all original example, untouched and not refinished. Keys are provided. (Excellent+). 6,000 - 12,000

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1239 - 10¢ CHICAGO COINS SUPER HOME RUN ARCADE GAME. 54” x 72” x 24”. This game is the replay version of the Home Run novelty version both manufactured by Chicago Coin in 1954. Requiring one to six players with a score counting drum unit for each. For one player, the game will continuously play until the set time runs out. For two players or more, the game will run for one inning with three outs completing the inning. There are a total of 8 skill holes that are either outs, singles, a double, a triple or a home run. The triple deck scores home runs, the second level is three extra runs and the third level is five extra home runs. The interior field with whimsical ball player is in original paint showing wear from play, but good condition. The back glass is also in original condition with just minor paint loss. The exterior cabinet is also in original paint, with scuffs and paint loss present, but a great look for this all original machine. Has keys and original legs. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1240 - 25¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY NOVELTY MERCHANTMAN DIGGER. 71” x 23 - 1/2” x 19 - 1/2”. This crane machine or digger has a tall oak cabinet with Art Deco styled center panels and legs, lined with black highlights. Manufactured by Exhibit Supply Co. in 1934. Overall, the condition is good and unrestored but there are surface scratches, signs of wear throughout the housing and oxidation to the original castings. The interior is full of prizes and is clean with the original crane and instructions. The top has some missing veneer. With keys. (Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1241 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. CUPID’S POST OFFICE FORTUNE TELLER. 88” x 30” x 12”. This penny arcade amusement machine by Exhibit Supply Co. features an older restoration and includes a replica cupid marquee. Vends cards for both ladies and gentlemen. Upper cabinet features slots for letters and lower cabinet front features a postman figure that reads “Your Letter Is Next”. Includes key. Made between 1920 and 1929. Has some original cards, keys. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1242 - 5¢ WILLIAMS 10 STRIKE BOWLING GAME. 73” x 23” x 62”. Classic William’s 10 Strike of Evans and Williams. This game requires 1 to 2 players, with one game for 5¢ or 5 games for a quarter with 10 frames per game. The left knob allows the patron to aim the arm of the manikin while the right knob pushes the bowling ball. Working with key. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1243 - 1¢ HERCULES NOVELTY “MIDGET BASEBALL” GAME. 21 - 1/2” x 16” x 8”. This game is housed in a wood cabinet with a cast-iron marquee and front with embossing. A spring loaded bat launches the ball into play. The upper marquee can keep track of the game. It is in restored condition. One key is included. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000

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1244 - 5¢ “BALLYROUND” UNUSUAL PINBALL GAME. 36 - 1/2” x 24 - 1/2” x 28”. 10 balls for 5¢ round pinball game. Scores are made from hitting the right holes and avoiding outs. In wonderful original condition with original graphics and coin slide. Has legs and key. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,000 1245 - 1¢ ATLAS INDICATOR WORKS “BASE BALL” GAME. 13” x 12” x 7- 3/4”. A unique style of coin-flip game where players can flip a single coin multiple times until it falls into the “Out” slot. Beneath the playing field is an abacus where players can keep track of their score. Circa 1930. Nice original patina with replaced marquee paper. Has key. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1246 - 10¢ CHICAGO COIN SIDEWALK ENGINEER ARCADE CRANE AMUSEMENT. 67” x 27 - 1/2” x 32 - 1/2”. Chicago Coin 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 into the hopper. The weight is then tallied by the device and delivers the player a rating of their skill. In restored condition, working well and with key. (Restored). 1,000 - 2,000 1247 - 5¢ A.B.T. MFG. U.S. MARSHALL FLOOR MODEL ARCADE MACHINE. 53-1/2”T x 15”W x 28”D. This is a mechanical shooting gallery arcade game with steel legs, a green wooden cabinet and a western theme. The interior field is clean, displaying a hand painted 3-dimensional town setting. Attached is an aluminum-cast pistol. Manufactured by A.B.T. Mfg. in 1950 to 1959. Two keys. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 800 - 2,500 LOT - 1247

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LOT - 1251 1248 - 1¢ PEO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MINIATURE BASEBALL GAME. 17” x 11 - 1/2” x 9”. This counter top machine is constructed from wood and metal. Controls include a spring loaded bat to propel a ball bearing through a spiral, three dials to track scoring, and three metal figurines to track base runners. Case has been polished. Includes key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1249 - 1¢ FLOOR MODEL MINIATURE BOWLING ALLEY GAME. 44 - 1/2” x 18” x 47”. An unusual miniature bowling alley machine with 1¢ operation. On original legs with refinished case and new paper. Works and has key. (Restored). 800 - 1,200

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1250 - 1¢ SCIENTIFIC MACHINE CORP. “TOTALIZER” BASKETBALL ARCADE GAME. 21” x 11 - 1/4” x 12”. This counter top arcade game is of the Scientific Machine Corp. manufactured in 1940 and has a basketball theme. The exterior paint in red, appearing new on the wood cabinet and the interior is original with only minor wear to the playfield. The marquee is in original paint and often missing. There are five aluminum-cast basketball hoops, numbered for scores of 300, 600 and 900. Works and has keys. (Very Good). 700 - 1,500 1251 - LARGE SIZE QUANTIS AIRLINES MODEL JET PLANE. 19” x 72” x 75”. 6 ft. wing span Quantis model jet, most likely from an office or airline show. In great original paint and detailed decals. Larger size, great detail, and shows impressively. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1252 - AEROSHELL RADIO CONTROLLED PLANE AND CONTROLLER. Larger: 19” x 64” x 74”. Large size radio controlled single engine plane. Large size in great paint and detail. With a controller. This is a great detail radio plane, not a toy. Very good condition. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 LOT - 1252

1253 - LOT OF 2: CHILDREN’S SLEIGH SLEDS. Larger: 26” x 60” x 17”. A pair of great children’s sleighs. All-original condition with original paint and stenciling. (Good). 500 - 1,000 LOT - 1253

1254 - JET STREAM 800 RADIO CONTROLLER AND BOAT. Larger: 36” x 7 - 7/8” x 15 - 1/2”. The boat has some soiling and minor paint loss. The controller system comes with its original box and is in very good condition. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1255 - WOODEN GOAT CART WAGON. 25” x 58” x 23”. Original goat cart wagon in original paint and striping. Wonderful stenciling finish, in great condition. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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1256 - LOT OF 2: HERSHEY WALL MOUNT VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 33 - 1/2” x 4 - 3/4” x 7” A pair of Hershey wall mount vending machines. The first is an advance wall mount with original paint and decals, NOS condition and working with keys. The second appears to be a later condom machine that was repainted and labeled for Hershey chocolate. Restored and working with keys. (Very Good). 600 - 1,000 1257 - 1¢ BLUEBIRD PEERLESS “PENNY DROP” GUM BALL TRADE STIMULATOR. 21” x 9 - 1/2” x 9”. This vending machine delivers your gumball for a penny and a chance to get your penny back in the play field below. Made by the Bluebird Products Co. for Peerless Gum, this machine has a refinished cabinet and a older polish to the machine. Decal is of unknown age. Works and has key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 25. (Very Good). 700 - 1,500

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1258 - THE DUGRENIER 10¢ CANDY MAN VENDING MACHINE. 71” x 18” x 18”. Beautifully restored 10¢ candy vending machine. A wonderful retro look from the 50’s. Working and with keys. (Restored). 1,000 - 3,000

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1259 - LOT OF 2: NORTHWESTERN AND MILLS MATCH VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 14 - 1/2” x 10 - 3/4” x 9 - 1/4”. A nice pair of match vending machines. First is a Northwestern Sell-Em book match vending machine. In restored condition and working with key. The second is a much more rare Mills book match vending machine. This version has the aluminum front that has been polished and new paint inset. Working and with keys. (Restored - Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000

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1260 - GRISWOLD CAST-IRON PEANUT MACHINE 18 - 1/2” x 9” x 10”. This original paint Griswold peanut machine is cast-iron, has an original globe, backdoor and hold down rods. There is paint loss and signs of oxidation throughout, however a very nice original example of this difficult machine to find. Has keys. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1261 - 1¢ PULVER KOLA-PEPSIN GUM VENDOR. 25 - 3/8” x 10 - 1/2” x 13”. Tall Case Pulver Gum Machine with the much harder to find Chocolate and Chicle side panels. Circa 1909, this Pulver has an original yellow kid figure in original clothes, with excellent porcelain panels with a small repair at the coin entry and only minor chips at the edges, in a repainted case. Works perfectly. Reference “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 158. Has key. (Very Good). 2,500 - 4,000 1262 - O-PEE-CHEE CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 8 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/4” x 32 - 1/4”. This vending machine was made by the National Novelty Company of London Canada. This is a three column vendor that was not for sale, but loaned to the shop owner in exchange for buying O-Pee-Chee gum. All-original condition with signs of wear and use throughout. The front coin mechanism cover has some pitting and finish loss, however the front porcelain sign is in excellent condition. With original coin entry instructions. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 154. Has key. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1263 - 5¢ JACKSON SUPPLY COMPANY “THE HONEST CLERK” CIGAR VENDER. 14” x 8 - 3/4” x 8 - 1/4”. Very early cast iron-cigar vending machine made by the Jackson Supply Company around 1905. With beautiful detailed castings and all original, including paint, instruction paper, correct locking mechanism, padlock and key. Works perfectly. Simply an outstanding example of this rare cigar vendor. Reference “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 222. (Excellent). 12,000 - 16,000

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1264 - HOLCOMB & HOKE BUTTERKIST POPCORN MACHINE. 82” x 36” x 26”. A rich mahogany case sets off the elaborate nickel plating on this near-perfectly restored Homcomb & Hoke popcorn machine. Exact year cannot be determined as manufacturers did not use serial numbers. The plant was built in 1914 and is still in use today. The machine dates probably to sometime in the 1920’s. This particular machine is a wonderful size and boasted to increase your profits up to $3120 yearly. Machine is in working order and will provide hours of fun and entertainment to the new owner. Glass panels in spinning light atop machine are reproduction that only add to the look of this rare example. 5,000 - 10,000

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1265 - FREEPORT NOVELTY CO. VENDING MACHINE. 7 - 3/4” x 9 - 1/2” x 21”. This vending machine from the Freeport Novelty Co. has a cast-iron front and coin mech with a wood case and seldom seen original marquee. Serial numbers on the front casting and wood case match. Original paint and stenciling highlight this rare vendor. Partial paper remnants to top sign exist on the marquee, and comes with key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 62. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1266 - HOLCOMB & HOKE COUNTERTOP TOASTED PEANUT MACHINE. 30” x 28 - 3/8” x 18 - 1/4”. Made by Holcomb & Hoke Manufacturing Co., Indianapolis, Indiana. This wonderfully restored tabletop peanut roster with one cent peanut vendor attached has undergone an extensive restoration. All parts are nickel-plated and in working order. Butterkist Globe on top of coin operated peanut vendor flashed when turned on, Butterkist Toasted Peanuts sign on bottom of machine lights up with some areas of flaking to glass sign. Overall fantastic restored condition. (Restored). 3,000 - 6,000

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1267 - INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE THE OLD MILL VENDING MACHINE. 17 - 1/4” x 12 - 1/2” x 22”. Circa 1928, made by International Mutoscope Company. The highly embossed front aluminum casting on sheet metal body vending machine as a beautiful look with oxidized patina and newer applied paint. This machine made for the circus and carnival markets worked by inserting a penny, turning the knob, and the inside windmill blades turn to scoop out candies or gum balls and drop them into the chute. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 79. Includes key. (Very Good). 2,500 - 4,000 1268 - LOT OF 2: R.D. SIMPSON AND HANCE PEANUT VENDING MACHINE. 14 - 1/2” x 9” x 9”. Lot of two peanut machines. First is a 1¢ R.D.Simpson bulk vending machine. Original plating and original Appleton Supreme decal, with eagle locks and no keys. Oxidation and loss to the original nickel finish. The second machine is a 1¢ Hance Standard Rex peanut machine. Original globe, porcelain, back door with key. Oxidation and plating loss to plated parts, very nice sheen to original porcelain. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, pages 174 and 73 respectively. (Good - Very Good). 1,200 - 2,200 1269 - AD-LEE EZ GUMBOIL MACHINE TRADE STIMULATOR 23 - 1/4” x 9 - 1/2” x 9”. Nice original Ad-Lee EZ gumball trade stimulator with original marquee and decal. All original paint, decal, side door and period eagle locks. Has keys. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,800

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1270 - PULVER’S KOLA PEPSIN GUM VENDOR. 24” x 10 - 1/2” x 5 - 1/2”. This is a pretty rare machine in rough condition. There is considerable loss to paint, and rust and oxidation throughout the machine. Comes with original front glass and decal, foxy grandpa figure in original tattered clothes, and the mechanism can work once cleaned and oiled. Has some original instructions on the inside of the front door as well. Not working, with key. (Poor). 800 - 1,600 1271 - 1¢ MASTER PEANUT VENDOR WITH PENNY DROP. 23 - 3/4” x 10 - 1/2” x 9”. This countertop machine is a standard Master from the Norris Mfg Co. of Columbus, Ohio with a penny drop pin field game that gives the customer a small chance at getting their penny back. Beautifully restored. Has key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 106. (Restored). 800 - 1,500

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1272 - 5¢ FEMS MODERN SANITARY NAPKIN VENDING MACHINE. 32 - 1/4” x 6 - 1/4” x 3 1/2”. Porcelain machine used in ladies rooms for vending sanitary napkins. Circa 1927. Machine is in original condition. The porcelain is in excellent condition with no major chips, and the machine comes with product examples. Works and has keys. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 278. (Very Good). 700 - 1,500 1273 - COINOLA MODEL CO OAK CASE ORCHESTRON, OPERATORS PIANO COMPANY, CIRCA 1920. 82” x 60” x 30 - 1/4”. This Coinola model CO has a tag marked “property of Harolds Club”, Reno Nevada. This is an unrestored piano, missing its stand glass panels and replaced with clear glass, Complete interior, with original side lights, quartered oak case, front panel glass to see operating movement. With 12 “O” rolls. A good example for restoration. (Good). 3,000 - 6,000 LOT - 1273 102

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1274 - WURLITZER MODEL CX QUARTERED OAK ORCHESTRON, DESIGN 11, CIRCA 1913. 62” x 31” x 83 - 1/2”. An incredible orchestra piano, consisting of many delectable instruments. Complete with flute and violin pipes, a triangle, a piano, a mandolin, bass and snare drums. In total, there are 76 pipes; Unlike any band organs of its time, this orchestrion can play a multitude of tunes, switching music rolls through the automatic rolls changer. It is housed in a fine oak cabinet with elegant carved details, stained glass windows and a revolving “Wonderlight” displaying a mesmerizing light show as the music plays. It was manufactured by Wurlizter in 1913 with the serial no 22621. A stunning display to partner its miraculous sound. Includes 20 music rolls. In working order, but in need of a tune-up. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 20,000 - 40,000

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1275 - 5¢ MULTIPHONE MULTIPLE CYLINDER PHONOGRAPH. 87” x 41 - 1/2” x 23”. The Multiphone Operating Company built this amazing musical marvel in 1905. The first of its kind, the Multiphone allowed the patron to select a recording form the provided playlist of 24, wind the large carousel to the appropriate number, and watch their selection play. Aside from the music, which was a novelty to hear recorded 1905, just watching this machine play an Edison or Columbia record cylinder must have provided additional entertainment to the audience. We have sold several of these remarkable instruments over the years, however this example with its carved dragon heads and claw feet is a version we have not seen before. Ornately carved mahogany cabinet, nickel mechanics and a beautiful restoration, this Multiphone is a treasure to behold. The Cabinet has only minor abrasions, stated only for accuracy. Has keys. (Excellent+). 40,000 - 70,000

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LOT - 1276 1276 - 13 5/8” SYMPHONION TALL CASE MUSICAL CLOCK. Largest: 58 - 1/4” x 20 - 1/2” x 14”. Outstanding original example of a Symphonian Tall Case Musical clock. Beautiful walnut construction in original finish. Working. Has pendulum and all finials. With key. (Excellent). 6,000 - 8,000 106

1277 - 13 - 5/8” SYMPHONION TALL CASE MUSICAL CLOCK. 88” x 23” x 16 - 1/2”. Another outstanding original example of a Symphonian Tall Case Musical clock. Beautiful walnut construction in original finish. Working. Has pendulum and all finials. With key. 6,000 - 8,000

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1278 - 15 - 1/2” REGINA FLAT FRONT COIN-OPERATED CHANGER. 69 - 1/4” x 24 - 3/4” x 20 - 7/8”. This is a coin-operated Regina flat front music box changer in oak. Restored to excellent working order and comes with 12 discs. Has key. (Restored). 7,000 - 10,000

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1279 - REGINA STYLE 18, 12 1/4” DISC MUSIC BOX WITH GUM VENDOR. 23 - 1/8” x 18” x 11 - 1/4”. This is a Regina style 18, 12.25” disc player with a tab gum vending mechanism. Dating to 1899, this single comb music box was promoted as the “Musical Salesman” and is the only version giving the customer two plays and a stick of gum for a nickel. This example is all original with original factory vending mechanism and original finish. Comes with several discs. The cabinet is made of oak with beautiful hand carved trim and minor wear. Includes wind up key but no key for the back door. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 132. (Very Good). 4,000 - 7,000 1280 - REGINA 20 - 3/4” SINGLE PLAY UPRIGHT MUSIC BOX. 64 - 3/4” x 32 - 1/2” x 14 - 1/4”. Beautiful Walnut Regina single play 20 3/4” disc music box with 14 discs. Walnut cabinet is in original finish, with a small loss of trim on the front right bottom. The castings are original and it is missing the 2 finials to the top gallery. The mechanism is smooth and it plays well. Has key to front door and winding crank. (Very Good). 4,000 - 7,000

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1281 - SYMPHONIAN DOUBLE COMB OAK MUSIC BOX WITH SEVEN DISCS. 14” x 27” x 17 - 1/2”. This is an all oak cabinet Symphonian double comb music box and under cabinet and drawer with seven discs. Refinished oak cabinet and case, this music box plays and sounds great. Cabinet has a couple nicks and areas of wear and one separation in the bottom molding, but otherwise in very good overall condition. No key. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 108

1282 - SUBLIME HARMONY ANTIQUE MUSIC BOX. 6 - 3/4” x 23 - 3/4” x 10”. Wonderful 19th century music box with a 12 - 1/2” musical cylinder housed in a very nice burled cabinet. All complete and working, this music box has a very quiet motor, tune indicator, and all the right hardware. Good strong spring. Case has signs of wear, with some minor chips and oxidized cast handles. No key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600

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1283 - WURLITZER 850A “TULIP” JUKE BOX, 1941, PAUL FULLER DESIGN. 65” x 40” x 26”. Beautifully restored Wurlitzer model 850A, referred to as the “Tulip”. A Paul Fuller design from 1941, this jukebox represents one of the best Wurlitzer ever produced. In operating condition, one replaced plastic, with keys. (Restored). 10,000 - 15,000

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LOT - 1284 1284 - MULTI-COIN ROCK-OLA MODEL 1414 PHONOGRAPH JUKEBOX. 82” x 35” x 36”. Circa 1942. The “Holy Grail” of Rock-Ola jukeboxes, the Multi-Coin Rock-Ola Model 1414 - also known as the President - is an extremely rare machine that advanced collectors dream about. Its rarity is due to the fact that it was made just prior to World War II. When Rock-ola was commissioned by the US government to make M1 Carbine rifles for the war effort, they abandoned the elaborate and difficult to manufacture design of the President and switched to the simpler but similar Commando. The best guess by jukebox historians is that only a handful of Presidents were made. For the last few decades, there were rumors of two originals “out there.” A few reproductions have been made. Five were made in Phoenix AZ, in the shop of Brad Merchant, and at least two were made in Europe, one of which appears in the Terra Technica museum in The Czech Republic. We believe this example is the same as the one at the Terra Technica museum. Extensive research proves this particular machine is a Rock-Ola Commando modified to look like a President, complete with mechanism and other internal parts, along with plastics from a 1939 Rock-Ola Luxury Light-Up. The center side parts of the cabinet are new and added to the cabinet, and possibly aged or weathered to match the rest. Although a wonderful example, this machine has catalin plastics, there is no evidence that Rock-Ola ever made a catalin plastic version of the President. They did however make a catalin version of the Commando. Further evidence shows the almost impossible to detect reasons this machine is a modified Commando. Hinge placement, elevation of side vents (on a President, the left side vent is higher than the right), millwork on the waist band has been extended with a seam to accommodate the enlarged cabinet, radiuses on the lower door and the corners match those of a Commando, veneer patterns, and the President should have a curved serial tag at the top with a model number of 1414. In working order with a fantastic look and sound, this machine is sure to be a hit in any collection. If an original were to come to market it would surely command six figures. Excellent overall condition. (Excellent). 30,000 - 60,000

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1285 - THE ANTIQUE APPARATUS MULTI-COIN JUKE BOX. 60” x 34” x 28”. 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 keys. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1286 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #211. 20 - 1/2” x 9 - 3/4” x 15 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. model #211 is a restored copper oxidized candy store register with original personalized top sign reading “J. FIERRO”. Serial number 676030. (Restored) 800 - 1,500 1287 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #72. 23 - 1/4” x 18 - 1/2” x 15 - 3/8”. National Cash Register Co. Model #72 is a restored bronze register with fine scroll and without original top sign, reads “THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE” and has serial number 199182. (Restored) 800 - 1,500 1288 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #30. 21” x 11 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. model #30 is a restored red bronze register with fine scroll patter and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 243193. (Restored) 800 - 1,500 112

1289 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #50. 20 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/4” x 16 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #50 is a restored red bronze candy store register with Renaissance pattern, metal till, top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and side mounted clock. Serial number 155289. (Restored) 1,000 - 1,500

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LOT - 1292 1290 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #35. 22 - 1/2” x 18 - 3/4” x 15 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. Model #35 is a restored nickel plated register with Chicken Scratch pattern, original top sign reading “THIS REGISTERS THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE”, a matching breast plate reading “HART & SHAW” and original back plate also reading “HART & SHAW”. Serial number 81383. (Restored) 1,000 - 2,000 1291 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #52. 20” x 17” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. model #52 is a restored red bronze register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and side-mounted clock. Serial number 167364. (Restored) 1,500 - 2,500 1292 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #317G. 17 - 1/4” x 16 - 1/2” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. Model #317G is a restored red bronze register with Dolphin pattern. Serial number 1045348. (Restored) 1,500 - 3,000

LOT - 1293 1293 - CAST IRON CHICAGO CANDY STORE REGISTER. 22” x 15 - 1/2” x 15”. Chicago candy store register is cast iron with extended base and has not been restored. “IDEAL TOP SIGN”. No serial number. (Very Good) 3,000 - 5,000

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1294 - MILES SALES REGISTER. 17” x 11 - 3/4” x 15”. The Miles register is a non-restored woodie single-dial register. No serial number. (Very good) 3,000 - 6,000 1295 - LAMSON PUMP REGISTER. 26” x 20 - 1/2” x 14 - 1/2”. Lamson Pump is wooden and inlaid and has been restored. (Restored) 2,500 - 3,500 1296 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #210. 21” x 10 - 1/4” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. Model #210 is a restored copper oxidized register with Fleur-de-Lis pattern with original top sign reading “LE GRANDE BARBERSHOP”. Serial number 1525668. (Restored) 1,000 - 2,000

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1297 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #2. 18 - 1/2” x 17” x 15”. National Cash Register Co. model #2 is an oak register with Honeysuckle pattern that has not been restored and has no top sign. Serial number 5247. (Very Good) 1,000 - 2,000 1298 - DETROIT WESTERN REGISTER. 22” x 12 - 3/8” x 15”. The Detroit Western is a restored nickel-plated mid-size register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. (Restored) 800 - 1,500 1299 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #79. 24” x 21 - 1/2” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. Model #79 is a restored nickel-plated register with fine scroll pattern, swivel base, spiked receipt holder and original top sign reading “THIS REGISTERS THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE”. Serial number 101611. (Restored) 800 - 1,500

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1300 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #79. 24” x 18 - 3/8” x 15 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Co. model #79 is a restored nickel plate with fine scroll register, has a swivel base, is without the original top sign, reads “THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE”, has a personalized back plate which reads “GW DORRELL” and has serial number 113327. (Restored) 800 - 1,500 1301 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #216. 21 - 1/2” x 9 - 3/8” x 15 5/8”. National Cash Register Co. model #216 is a restored copper oxidized candy store register with original personalized top sign reading “F.A. SHARP”. Serial number 1015178. (Restored) 800 - 1,500

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1302 - 1¢ MILLS DIAMOND FRONT ESCALATOR BELL SLOT MACHINE 25 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2” x 15”. Fabulous original and rare 1¢ Mills Novelty Diamond Front escalator bell slot machine. Circa 1939. All original paint, back door, and wood case with Mills decal. A superb original example. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1303 - 1¢ WATLING BLUE SEAL TWIN JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 22 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. This gooseneck bell slot machine was produced by Watling during the late 1920’s-early 1930’s. It features a striking Art Deco inspired front casting with twin jackpot and gumball banks, and is accented with bright colors. Original award cards and back door. Paint has been added to the paint areas during its life, however the rest of the machine remains untouched. Works well and with keys. (Good). 1,500 - 2,500

1304 - 1¢ JENNINGS LITTLE DUKE SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE VENDOR. 17” x 11” x 25 - 1/2”. Jennings released the Little Duke in 1932 and this one includes a gum vendor on the side. This example has had an excellent restoration with original wheel, award card and back door. Triple jackpot reserve, plays and pays. Side vendor operates as intended. Keys are included. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500

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1305 - 25¢ CAILLE BROTHERS BEN HUR COUNTER WHEEL MACHINE. 16” x 12” x 21 - 1/2”. The classic counter top one wheeler manufactured by Caille for almost two decades. A good solid working example with original castings and replaced marquee in pretty much restored condition. Castings have nice original plating, tin-litho dial has great color and the wooden cabinet has had the old finished stripped off. Works well and includes key. (Very Good). 2,000 - 3,000

1306 - 5¢ WATLING BROWNIE JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 16 - 1/4” x 11 - 1/4” x 27”. Watling introduced these games in 1929 and sold them until 1935. This example has a rich oak veneer cabinet with original castings and a replaced front glass. This machine also features a unique six-way coin head made of cast-iron. Plays and pays. Keys are included. (Excellent). 2,500 - 5,000

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1307 - $1 JENNINGS NEVADA CLUB SUN CHIEF CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 62” x 22 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2”. O.D. Jennings console slot machine for Nevada Club of Reno and Lake Tahoe. Housed in a reproduction floor model console. In overall great condition. Plays smoothly and has key. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1308 - 5¢ MILLS LIBERTY BELL SLOT MACHINE. 23 - 1/2” x 12 - 3/4” x 12”. Highly detailed cast-iron cabinet with claw feet, gooseneck style coin chute and possibly with a replaced upper marquee. This three-reel slot machine was produced by Mills Novelty Co. in 1907. The cabinet has some spotting of oxidation, mostly on the back panel. Reel strips are original. Keys is provided. (Very Good). 4,000 - 7,000

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1309 - 5¢ MILLS OWL JR. COUNTER WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 26 - 1/2” x 20 - 1/2” x 14”. Perhaps one of the most visually attractive of all the counter top one wheel machines and very rare. The unusual styled wooden case with “owl” detailing, beautiful applied trim, and a litho wheel with dancing ballerinas, certainly catches your eye. An older restoration, this particular machine has a side entry door as opposed to the normal rear entry paneled doors found on other one wheelers. In fine working order with minor wear to the litho dial. Circa 1899. With key. (Excellent). 6,000 - 10,000

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1310 - COIN-OP BALLY RAY’S TRACK HORSE RACE MACHINE. 47” x 20” x 38”. A very fun electric horse racing game that allows players to choose which of nine horses will win. Players deposit one or more coins into any of the nine coin slots and then press a knob, which starts the race. If the chosen horse(s) win, the winnings are paid out into the hidden drawer below the coin entries. One of the most ornate, inlaid Art Deco cabinets made, featuring the original finish and play field showing touch-up work. (Good). 6,000 - 10,000

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1311 - 5¢ MILLS OK AUTOMATIC GUM VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 58” x 23 - 1/2” x 19”. An early floor model slot machine, housed in an oak cabinet with ornate iron castings and matching hardware, all in aged patina and all original. Complete with an automatic gum vendor, the original tin reel strips and an award card reading patrons fortune. It includes a single payout cup, and four vendor columns, each containing reproduction packaged gum. Moderate surface wear throughout. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1911. Works and vends. Keys are included. (Very Good). 10,000 - 15,000

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1312 - 25¢ CAILLE BROTHERS CENTAUR UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 68” x 25 - 1/2” x 18”. A nice example of the Caille Centaur upright slot machine, fully restored. Cabinet has been refinished to a high luster deep oak and the castings all re-nickeled. There is a replacement marquee, left side handle, and back door. Original wheel. Plays and pays. Has keys. (Restored). 12,000 - 20,000

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1313 - 5¢ CAILLE BROTHERS “PUCK” MUSICAL SLOT MACHINE. 27” x 17” x 68”. 5¢ Caille Brothers Puck New Century Musical floor wheel upright slot machine. Circa 1901. Beautifully restored and in working condition - plays and pays. New chip-glass front glass. Includes keys. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 30,000 - 50,000

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1314 - 5¢ MILLS GOLDEN NUGGET SLOT MACHINE HOUSED IN A FIGURAL ONE ARM BANDIT. 74” x 26 - 1/2” x 24”. Classic one armed bandit figural slot machine with Mills 5¢ golden nugget high top, with pistol arm and all the appropriate bandit bling. The slot is well used with signs or wear and paint loss throughout. The figure has several chips and some deterioration to the non-wood accessories, but has a wonderful classic look. (Good). 3,000 - 6,000

1315 - 5¢ BUCKLEY MFG. CO. LONG SHOT HORSE RACE. 18 - 3/4” x 40” x 43 - 1/2”. A stunning example of a difficult machine to find in playing condition. with restored cabinet, beautiful top glass, and older re-nickeled coin head. Comes with a complete set of operating and trouble shooting instructions. Works with keys. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 3,000 - 6,000

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1316 - 10¢ WATLING ROL-A-TOP CHECKER BOARD SLOT MACHINE. 26” x 17 - 1/2” x 16”. Original case and castings with applied inset paint. Original red strips, award card, and back door. Plays and pays. Has key. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1317 - MILLS BROWNIE TOKEN COUNTER WHEEL FOR THE FOREIGN MARKET. 22” x 19 - 1/4” x 12 - 1/4”. This token payout counter wheel slot is housed in a rich dark wood cabinet with original patina, original castings, and original wheel with the iconic Palmer Cox Brownies. Machine operates on a larger foreign coin and operates very well. The counter slot comes with an assortment of French Centien coins that will work in the machine and key. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1318 - FRENCH HORSE RACE GAMING COCKTAIL TABLE. 28 - 1/2” x 20” x 20”. All original paint and patina, this French cocktail table has a small race course game built into the center. Loosely translated, the french words around the game state there are four games to be played and you have four shots a day. Pretty cool piece. No key. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 1319 - 1¢ ROCK-OLA MFG. FOUR ACES COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 8-1/2”D x 12”W x 16-1/2”T. This counter top coin-flip features four jackpots and a gum ball vendor. In excellent, restored condition. Includes a key. Circa 1932. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000

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1320 - LOT OF 2: FIELD MFG. “BABY JACKS” AND “SKIPPER”. Larger: 17” x 15” x 7”. Two counter top games of skill and luck. The first is a Field Mfg. Co. “Baby Jacks” machine. 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 restored condition. Working and with key. The second is a coin drop game called “The Skipper” a counter top arcade game by Skipper Sales Co. in 1942. It has a red cabinet, a pin field and a nautical graphic. Play field is crisp and sharp, the case has been repainted. Working with key. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 LOT - 1320

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LOT - 1322

1321 - 5¢ MILLS SILENT “SKYSCRAPER” SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE VENDOR. 25” x 20” x 15 - 1/4” x This Mills “Skyscraper” three-reel slot machine is an older restoration with dark wood cabinet and new paint to the cast metal accents. Has replaced reel strips and reproduction award card. Circa 1927. Plays and pays. Side vendor appears operational. Includes keys. (Restored). 1,200 - 2,000 1322 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY FOK JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 16” x 16” x 27”. This Mills FOK slot machine features faded polished front castings with new paint inset with fortune reels, visible coin escalator, and two central jackpots, and surrounded by a mint vendor on each side. In working condition, this machine plays, pays, and vends as it should. Original back door, cash box, and award card and reel strip. Includes keys. Circa 1931. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

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1323 - 1¢ O.D. JENNINGS RAINBOW COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 15”W x 11-1/2”D x 17-1/2”T. This counter top coin-flip game is in original and working condition. The face is cast aluminum and glass while the pin field is painted wood. Showing minor wear throughout. Includes key. Circa 1932. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1324 - 5¢ WATLING WONDER VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 23 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2”. This is a slot machine with a mint vendor contained with Wonder Mint confectioneries flanked on each side of the double “Twin Jackpot” reserve, called the Wonder Vendor and was manufactured by Watling in 1935. Made of cast aluminum with details of red, yellow and navy blue. Shows signs of repainting to the front casting. Included are fortune reel strips and keys. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1325 - 5¢ WATLING BLUE SEAL SLOT MACHINE. 17” x 15” x 24”. Produced by Watling Manufacturing Co. during the 1930’s. This machine has an older restoration that was very well done, with original award cards, reel strips and back door. Having a light wood cabinet and bright blue and red metal front showing little use or wear. With key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,400 1326 - 5¢ JENNINGS/ROCKOLA REVAMP SLOT MACHINE. 25” x 15” x 14”. Rock-Ola revamped this Jennings machine in 1925, retaining the Jennings top with a Rock-Ola polished aluminum front. An older restoration with new reel strips and award cards. Plays and pays. Has key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1327 - 1¢ MILLS ROMAN HEAD SLOT. 26 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. A nice restored example of this Mills Novelty “Roman Head” slot machine. 1¢ operation with gray and blue aluminum front casting with gold Roman head emblem. The cabinet is in nice condition. Made by Mills Novelty from 1932-1933. Plays and pays. Has key. (Restored). 1,000 - 1,600

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LOT - 1331

1328 - 5¢ CAILLE SUPERIOR SLOT MACHINE. 23 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2” x 12 - 7/8”. Beautiful all-original Caille Superior Slot Machine. Original reel strips, award cards, castings and back door. Original aged patina with minor scuffs to the wood case. A great original Caille superior. Plays and pays. No key. 900 - 1,800 1329 - ROULETTE COFFEE TABLE. 30” x 24” x 24”. Coffee table sized roulette table with glass top and roulette ball and wheel. Walnut construction in very good original finish. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1330 - 5¢ TWENTY ONE POKER GAME. 7 - 1/4” x 20 - 1/2” x 12 - 3/4”. All-original 21 poker game. Counter top version of twenty one played as a non-mechanical pinball. Has balls and a near perfect play field and back glass, Missing bottom panel and tilt ball. Works and has keys. (Good). 300 - 600 1331 - CAST-IRON FOUR-POST SLOT MACHINE STAND. 33” x 21 - 1/4” x 19”. Very well made four-post slot machine stand recreation. Used condition with oxidation to the nickel plating and some scratches to the oak top. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1332 - LOT OF 2: DEAN/WEBB “EVER READY” TRADE BOARD AND JENNINGS “THE TARGET” TRADE STIMULATOR. Larger: 19” x 13 - 1/2” x 8”. Two counter top trade stimulators. The first is the Dean novelty Co. “Ever Ready” Trade board. This counter top trade stimulator offers up to three punches on the punchboard at the lower front as well as token jackpots. Punchboard is 100% intact and cabinet shows little wear. Includes two keys but lock is not currently turning. Circa 1930. The second is a one to two player coin-drop counter top arcade game, manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1926. It is cast aluminum, featuring two Native American figures in red and blue on the facade. Polished case and new paint inset features. With a wooden pinfield backboard, working and with key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1333 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ DUVAL CHICAGO CLUB HOUSE & 1¢ PIERCE NEW DEAL TRADE STIMULATORS. 13” x 12” x 8 - 1/2”. Daval Mfg Co. made this lower end model without the extra cash box or jackpot in 1934. The five original reel strips and the award card are all original and faded from age. A very nice untouched example of this ball gum trade stimulator. One key is included. Second, the New Deal features an aluminum body with details in red, yellow and blue inset paint. There is moderate wear throughout, displaying darkening to the paint and indications of use. The five card reel strips are original to this machine also having darkened slightly, with original award card. Manufactured by Pierce & Tool Mfg. Co. in 1933. Has key. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,500

1335 - 1916 MILLS “THE PREMIUM” GUM TRADE STIMULATOR. 12 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2” x 14 - 1/2”. All-original cast metal counter top machine advertises merchandise rewards with one stick of gum for every penny inserted. Features plunger at the top to lower inserted coins into the play field. Cabinet does show some minor age wear with original paper. Includes key. Circa 1916. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000

1334 - 5, 10, OR 25¢ CHARLES FEY CO. “3 IN 1” TRADE STIMULATOR. 9 - 5/8” x 10 - 1/4” x 8”. This is a multi-coin operated trade stimulator of Charles Fey & Sons, manufactured from 1924 to 1927. It has a cast aluminum body with a green felt cup holding six dice. An unrestored machine featuring all original paper and dice. Minimal wear throughout. In working order. One key is included. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

1336 - 5¢ CLAWSON TRIPLE JACKPOT COIN-DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 12 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/2” x 23 - 1/2”. Very nice original counter pocket pin field game by Clawson. Drop a nickel in the top and press the plunger and if you’re lucky, your coin will find its way to one of three jackpots. Handle protects plunger from rough play and features a bar across the top to influence the direction of the coin. Circa 1893. Includes key. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500

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LOT - 1339

1337 - MILLS #6 COUNTER SUCCESS CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 23” x 11 - 1/4” x 12 - 1/2”. The Mills #6 counter Success is in original paint with original castings. This counter trade stimulator has the original swivel base, and possibly a replaced marquee and award card. Has original reel strips. Paint has some minor scratches but otherwise in very good condition. With key. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000 1338 - 1¢ MILL’S JUMBO SUCCESS CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 59 - 1/2” x 17” x 17”. Mill’s Novelty company Jumbo Success, in rare 1¢ denomination, sometimes referred to as “Big Success” cast-iron floor model trade stimulator. With original marbelized paint, reel strips, back door and coin box. With what appears to be replaced marquee. Signs of paint wear and loss consistent with age and use. A very nice example of this circa 1900 trade stimulator. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000 1339 - 1¢ COLUMBIA CAST-IRON CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 60” x 18” x 18”. Columbia Manufacturing Company cast-iron cigar trade stimulator in original paint and pin striping with original reel cards and replaced award card and marquee. Some signs of wear and use, a very good original example of this 1900 trade stimulator. With keys. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1340 - PAUPA & HOCHRIEM FULL DECK PAY-OUT TRADE STIMULATOR 20 - 3/4” x 9 - 3/4” x 20 - 1/4”. Chicago based Paupa & Hochiem “Full Deck” Payout trade stimulator in original finish wood cabinet. This machine has all-original castings, paper instructions and award cards with a replaced side door. Patent July 20, 1897, you could win 10¢ to $1 in trade and get a fortune. Some scuff marks to the wood cabinet and finish loss to castings, but otherwise a great example of a difficult machine to locate. Has two keys. (Very Good). 7,000 - 10,000

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1341 - EXCEEDINGLY RARE 5¢ INDUSTRY NOVELTY CO. BELL FRUIT GUM SLOT MACHINE. 13” x 12 - 1/2” x 24”. This is a very rare Industry Novelty Co., later becoming the OD Jennings Co., Bell Fruit Gum slot machine. Beautiful copper flash finish with original reel strips and added marquee. This machine has a great classic slot machine look, plays well, and would be a corner stone addition to any collection. One of only a handful known to exist. Has key. (Excellent). 8,000 - 15,000

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1342 - 5¢ DOREMUS CAST IRON CIGAR VENDER. 14” x 7” x 9”. Circa 1898-1905, made by Doremus Automatic Vending Co. Copper-clad cast-iron with Victorian flourishes on the case with beveled glass. In restored condition with new copper flashing. Features a replacement “Uncle Sam” cigar advertising label on the top. Has a top lock and keys. (Restored). 5,000 - 10,000

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1343 - PEACHES AND CREAM CLOCKWORK PEPSIN GUM VENDOR. 13 - 1/4” x 6 - 1/4” x 6 - 3/4”. This 1906 vending machine by Robertson Sales Co. vended Peaches and Cream tab chewing gum. With an unusual clockwork mechanism that uses the previously deposited coin to push the gum from the column. This example is all original with the exception of the marquee which has been added. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 134. Has key. (Very Good). 3,000 - 4,000 1344 - 1¢ LEO CANDA SUCCESS CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 56 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. This seldom seen Leo Canda Success in a 1¢ version with rare fluted column base, original marbled paint, back door, and marquee with aged instruction paper. 3,000 - 5,000

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1345 - 5¢ MILLS NO. 6 COUNTER SUCCESS TRADE STIMULATOR. 11 - 1/4” x 12” x 23”. A rare and original machine from 1902. This trade stimulator features five reels, each with various playing cards. The player deposits a nickel and depresses the lever to make the reels spin. Any winning card combinations are paid out in cigars. The finish to the cabinet displays wear commensurate with age and use. Plays nicely and is on a rare swivel base. Includes one key. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000 1346 - 25¢ MILLS EXTRAORDINARY GOLF BALL VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 60” x 21 - 1/2” x 16”. A wood console cabinet houses this Extraordinary Bell golf ball vendor slot machine with restored brown paint and front casting. Circa 1937. A restored example of this seldom seen console slot. Working with keys, but no golf balls. (Restored). 2,000 - 4,000 1347 - NATIONAL DRAW POKER GUM TRADE STIMULATOR. 15 - 3/4” x 14” x 10 - 1/2”. A number of different companies produced their own version of this gaming device. This is National Coin Machine Exchange’s version of a poker trade stimulator, produced in 1934. It has been restored in off-white with red accents. The five poker reels and award card are original to the machine. Overall excellent working condition with some paint touch-up to inset areas. One key is provided. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 1348 - 1¢ JENNINGS “THE FAVORITE” GUM BALL VERSION TRADE STIMULATOR. 20 - 1/2” x 14 - 1/2” x 13 1/4”. O.D. Jennings manufactured this combination coin-flip game and gumball vendor from 1926-1928. It features a nice oak cabinet with highly detailed front castings accented by bold colors. Featuring an original cash box. Paint has been added to the inset areas and there is a small dime-sized ding in the front glass upper right. Plays and vends well. Keys are provided. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,200

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1349 - MILLS UPRIGHT LITTLE PERFECTION 5¢ CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 12 - 3/4” x 8” x 15 - 1/2”. This Mills upright Little Perfection is housed in a oak cabinet with an original deep brown patina. The case is accented with additional wood trim and detailed wood marquee with aged paper. This machine has its original reel strips, castings, and works perfectly. With key. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500

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1350 - 1 & 5¢ GARDEN CITY MFG. CO. “PICK A PACK” TRADE STIMULATOR. 21” x 14” x 8”. This is a restored coin-drop trade stimulator manufactured by Garden City Mfg. Co. in 1933. It is made of cast-aluminum with an Art Deco design and painted in bright green, detailed in orange, yellow and blue. The interior background resembles a wind mill and is brilliantly depicted in vibrant colors. One penny gives one pack and one nickel gives five packs. Has key. (Restored). 1,000 - 2,000 1351 - 1¢ MILLS LITTLE PERFECTION CIGAR POKER TRADE STIMULATOR. 11” x 9 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/4”. Mills Little Perfection five reel poker trade stimulator. Original deep brown oak finish with original marquee and original reel strips. Marquee paper is damaged, however original to the machine. Works perfectly. With key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1352 - 5¢ CAILLE PURITAN TRADE STIMULATOR. 11 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/2” x 9 1/2”. Cast-iron pint-sized trade stimulator with numbered reels and mirrored marquee from Puritan Machine Co., the precursor to Caille Bros. This game offered players the chance to win merchandise coupons. The original finish is moderately worn throughout. With original award card. Has key. Circa 1904-1905. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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1353 - LOT OF 2: GROETCHEN “POK-O-REEL” AND DAVAL “CHICAGO CLUB HOUSE” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 10 - 1/2” x 12” x 9”. Another nice pair of counter top trade stimulators. First is a Groetchen Tool Co. “Pok-O-Reel”. The Pok-A-Reel has an aluminum-cast body detailed with black and red. Features include a gumball dispenser, the original reel strips and original award card showing some minor damage. Polished case and new inset paint details. Manufactured by Groetchen Tool Mfg. Co. in 1933 to 1934. Working with keys. The second is a Daval Mfg. Co. Chicago club House classic trade stimulator produced in 1933. The case is all cast-aluminum with red and black highlights with polished case with new inpaint. Has original reel strips, award card and tax stamp. In original working condition. With keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1354 - 5¢ WATLING BLUE SEAL CONFECTIONS FRONT VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 23 - 1/2” x 16” x 15”. This is an aluminum slot machine with paint that appears replaced along the front of the exterior showing minor wear. The incorporated features are a front vendor, gooseneck bell and the original reel strips. It was manufactured by Watling in 1927. One key is included. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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LOT - 1355 1355 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ GEM VENDOR AND GROETCHEN TOOL CO. “ZIG-ZAG” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 14 - 1/2” x 14 - 1/2” x 11”. A pair of counter trade stimulators. First is a Gem gum vendor with original cigarette reels and woking gum vendor. Newer paint and working with keys. The second is a trade stimulator with an aluminum front casting with a lovely selection of colors; painted in a light shade of yellow, green and red. It has a black wooden cabinet and a five cigarette reel strips, appearing original to the machine. “Only 2 cigarette symbols must be visible to obtain purchase.” This was manufactured in 1931 by Groetchen Tool. New paint and highlights, working and with keys. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400

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1356 - 1¢ MILLS “LITTLE PERFECTION” CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 11” x 9” x 11”. This trade stimulator, titled the Little Perfection, is encased in oak with a copper-flared cast-iron marquee. It was manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1901 to 1905 and is in original condition. It has a row of five playing cards, patron wins by obtaining certain hands of poker. There is minor surface scratches throughout the cabinet and the interior displays moderate wear. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1357 - 1¢ VICTOR VENDING “HOME RUN” BALL GUM TRADE STIMULATOR. 14 - 1/4” x 11” x 27”. The Victor Vending Company made this baseball themed machine in 1949. You must have your finger on the trigger and be ready to swing the “bat” when you insert the coin because the ball of gum immediately comes towards home plate. Excellent original condition. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 195. Has key. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 1358 - LOT OF 2: MILLS VEST POCKET SLOT AND “MIDGET SMOKER” TRADE STIMULATOR. Larger: 9 - 1/4” x 13 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2”. Two counter top machines. The first is a Mills Vest Pocket slot machine in restored condition. Working and with keys. The second is a Midget Smoker trade stimulator. 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. Very cool. Currently not working and with keys. (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,200 136

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LOT - 1361 1359 - 1¢ SUPERIOR CONFECTION CO. CIGARETTE GUM TRADE STIMULATOR. 12 - 1/4” x 9 - 1/4” x 11 - 1/4”. The cast-aluminum front panel of this trade stimulator has a sleek design with brightly colored details of red and yellow. Complete with cigarette three reel strips and a matching award card. Offering a gumball with every accepted coin. Manufactured by Superior Confection Co. in 1935. Restored. Has key. (Restored). 500 - 1,000 1360 - 1¢ GROETCHEN “SPARKS” TRADE STIMULATOR. 12 - 1/2” x 10 - 3/4” x 9 - 1/2”. Small three-reel trade stimulator with beige and blue cabinet. Featuring three cigarette reel strips and a lower gum vendor chute. Working. Circa 1940. Has keys. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1361 - LOT OF 2: 5¢ ALKY METER AND 5¢ BOOZ BAROMETER GAMES. Each: 18” x 20” x 7”. A pair of Bar games. First is a harder to find “Alky Meter”. All original condition with great graphics and signs of little wear. The second is the more common “Booz Barameter”, also in great condition with little wear and great graphics. With keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,400

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1362 - 1¢ MILLS “THE WIZARD” ENGLISH VERSION. 17” x 13 - 5/8” x 6”. This counter top amusement machine was made by Mills Novelty Co. through Minerva Automatic Co. circa 1904. This version works on a US Penny. Operator inserts a coin, moves the pointer to select a question, and presses the plunger on the machine’s side. Answers are seen through the view window. Working. Has key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600 1363 - 1¢ FILMSCOPE MFG. “PLAY BASKETBALL” ARCADE GAME. 22 - 1/4” x 12 - 1/2” x 17 - 3/4”. This game was manufactured by Filmascope Mfg. Co. sometime in the 1930’s and remains in superb condition. The interior field does display moderate wear, consistent with age and use with paint to some numbers added. The body is made mostly of black sheet metal with glass sides. Everything appears to be original, including the basketball nets and large paper background. Two player game with 20 shots per penny. No keys. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1364 - LOT OF 2: “HIT A HOMER” AND “ZOOM” COUNTER TOP GAMES. Larger: 24” x 17” x 11”. A pair of counter top games of skill. The first is a “Hit A Homer” drop coin game with wonderful baseball graphics in a green painted wood case. Case shows signs of wear and use, play field has brilliant color and original score card. Works and has key. The second is a countertop “Game of Skill” that releases one ball per penny. The housing is made of wood and cast aluminum, painted in a lustrous gold and blue color with red details. The objective is to get the ball into any one of the “Hit” pockets or it’ll land in the “Miss”. There are four fighter plane decals on each corner of the glass with minimal wear throughout. Manufactured by Groetchen Tool Mfg. Co. in 1940 to 194. Works with key. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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1365 - BALLY “CAPTAIN FANTASTIC” PINBALL MACHINE. 70” x 54” x 30”. The play field has minor wear, some fading to paint, nice plastics, and the case has complete graphics, moderately worn with paint loss and scratches from use. The back glass is excellent. Powers up, but will not play. Original and not fully tested with keys. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1366 - 10¢ WIGGLE WITH JIGGLES KIDDIE ARCADE GAME. 18 - 1/2” x 24” x 56 - 1/2”. A great restoration of this 50’s kiddie arcade game called “Wiggle & Jiggles”. Deposit the coin and step on the machine, and it begins to shake and move you with the intent to stay on the machine. Fully restored in bright colors. Working with key. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000

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1367 - ALL-TECH’S CROSS COUNTRY RACER ARCAGE GAME. 47” x 74” x 32”. Very unusual penny arcade game where the player sits in a little race car and navigates a car on the screen through a whole host of obstacles to get a high score. Has an internal cam that simulates an up and down motion while driving. In great original condition. 10¢ operation, great graphics, and Betty Boop on the coin mechanism. Some wear and cracks to the steering wheel, and scuffs and abrasions from use, but otherwise a great look and rec room piece. Has key. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1368 - 1¢ ROSENFIELD “THE SULTAN’S FAVORITE” DROP CARD VIEWER. 73 - 1/4” x 18” x 15”. Drop card viewer with oak cabinet bearing wood legs and claw and ball feet. The upper marquee advertises “The Sultan’s Favorite: Harum Scenes”. The marquee card appears to be in original condition and displays some soiling and wear throughout and is glued to a backing board. The finish to the quartersawn oak cabinet appears to be an older refinsh. Rosenfield Mfg. Circa 1906 With key. Untested. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1369 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY “LOVE TESTER” ARCADE MACHINE. 83” x 24” x 19”. Another successful machine from Exhibit Supply Co. This Love Tester, produced from 1929-1933, allows players to measure their sex appeal. Simply drop a penny into the coin slot and squeeze the grip. One of the colored lights will illuminate beside one of the characteristics ranging from “No Sex Appeal” to “You Have “It””. Showing a moderate amount of wear to the background graphics. Keys are provided. (Restored). 2,500 - 5,000

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1370 - 5¢ NATIONAL NOVELTY K.O. FIGHTERS BOXING ARCADE GAME. Largest: 36” x 26” x 26”. 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 example has a professional restoration. Circa 1928. With key. (Restored). 3,000 - 6,000 1371 - 1¢ ROOVER NERVE AND MUSCLE ARCADE MACHINE. 63 - 1/2” x 18” x 16 - 1/4”. Roover Nerve and Muscle Massage Arcade Machine with original paper dial and castings. The wood case has an old refinish and the machine works when attached to dry cell batteries. The Paper dial features the image of a heart and the front plaque reads “Drop cent in slot pull handles down slowly until current suits”. Top marquee reads “Be Healthier. Electric Nerve & Muscle Massage”. Includes key. 4,000 - 6,000

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1372 - RARE 5¢ WESTERN’S 1939 BASEBALL ARCADE GAME. 60”T x 48”D x 33”W. A great pinball style baseball skill game with beautifully restored cabinet and playing field. The background graphics appear to be original and show minor instances of use and age related wear. Two keys are provided. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 6,500 - 8,500 1373 - 5¢ CHESTER-POLLARD PLAY FOOTBALL ARCADE GAME. 72”T x 44”W x 20”D. Offering one ball for 5¢ and plays incredibly smooth. The 3-D football players have been repainted and readjusted for proper operation. The original coin box receiver and locks are complete with the original marquee and background art. The beautiful wood cabinet is in fine, restored condition. Billiard-type scoring wire with ‘’chits’’ outside of top of glass is complete and correct. Beveled glass throughout is new. Circa 1926. Two keys are provided. Museum quality. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000

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1374 - MUSICAL SWISS “OSMA” BICYCLE RACE TABLE GAME . 30 - 1/2” x 42” x 28 - 1/2”. This rare table top game has a circular race track for five bicycles to race. The writing in the center reads “OSMA / La Chaux de Fonds / Suisse / Brevetee dans les principaux pays.” La Chaux de Fonds is a Swiss city and a translation of the rest is “Patented in major countries.” The coin slot reads “Mettez 10 Centimes” or loosely “Put 10 Cents.” The left side also features a music box with a cylinder and a comb with approximately 60 teeth. The entire top of framed beveled glass is removable. The table has nice details on the apron and fluted legs. No key, but not locked. (Very Good). 10,000 - 20,000

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1375 - 25¢ SAM THE CLOWN COIN-OP SEE SAW KIDDIE RIDE. 59”T x 24”W. Paul W Hawkins Mfg. of Tucson, Arizona, was one of the first manufacturers of kiddie rides founded in 1946. This Sam the Clown was the first coin operated See-Saw built in 1953. Incredibly rare original condition with the exception of the 25¢ coin denomination, which should be either 5¢ or 10¢. Child patrons and their parents can enjoy a timed ride while enjoying the company of the happy figural clown. The ride has great 50’s patina and shows its appropriate age with some loss of color. (Good - Very Good). 2,500 - 4,500 1376 - 5, 10 & 25¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. DALE GUN PATROL ARCADE GAME. 75” x 24 - 1/2” x 27”. WWII themed shooting gallery arcade game produced by Exhibit Supply Co. in 1951. The tall slim cabinet shows minor wear and the colorful back glass displays little flaking. Patron wins tickets based on score which were exchanged for cash or prizes. Has working ticket dispenser with tickets. Has keys. (very good) 2,000 - 3,000 1377 - 5¢ BALLY HEAVY HITTER PINBALL GAME WITH STAND. Larger: 30” x 15” x 27 - 1/2”. This pinball machine was manufactured by Bally in 1947 until 1949 and either came with a stand or was a counter top game. Not to be confused with the larger 1959 Heavy Hitter. This particular model includes an upright stand, painted mostly in green with a yellow speckled design. The animated backbox and backglass are small, truly matching the size of the cabinet. The vertical running man unit is lighted with steel balls moving from one base to another after each run is made. Using the steel batter, patron is allowed as many runs possible until 3 outs or the time of 4 minutes allotted runs out. Depending on the amount of runs obtained, gain titles such as Pee Wee League to Hall Of Fame. This game was the first to use the pitch and ball delivery system. Superb overall appearance, with key. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000 142

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1378 - 1¢ UNITED “10TH INNING” BASEBALL PINBALL GAME. 39 - 1/2” x 16” x 30”. Wonderful baseball graphics with this United pinball style 10th Inning baseball game. 1¢ operation, balls are “hit” into the play field to score hits, homers, and outs. Very good condition with little wear. With original stand. With key. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000 1379 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ BALLY MFG. BAFFLE BALL COUNTERTOP ARCADE MACHINE AND BASKETBALL GAME. Larger: 22”W. x 9-3/4”D. x 22”T. The Baffle ball is a skill game offering 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. The second machine is a game that was manufactured by Filmascope Mfg. Co. sometime in the 1930’s and remains in superb condition. The interior field does display moderate wear, consistent with age and use. The body is made mostly of black sheet metal with glass sides. Everything appears to e original, including the basketball nets and large paper background. Two player game with 20 shots per penny. No keys. (Very Good). 2,000 - 3,000

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1380 - 10¢ WATLING HOROSCOPE SCALE. 16 - 1/2” x 25” x 63”. Watling horoscope scale in all-original condition. Scale has paint loss and some minor denting to the case, however the graphics and front panels are in very good condition. Circa 1955. Works and has key. (Good). 800 - 1,500 1381 - LOT OF 2: “PLAY BALL” AND MARVEL “SLUGGER” COUNTER TOP BASEBALL GAMES. Larger: 18 - 3/4” x 12 - 3/4” x 11”. A pair of counter top baseball games. The first is a “Play Ball” baseball arcade game. For 1¢, the patron is given 3 balls. By using the right handle, “bat” any of 3 balls through the baseball field which would then land in any of the 12 open channels. The cabinet is made of wood and painted red. A fun game of skill. Works and has keys. The second is a baseball themed counter game, manufactured by Marvel Mfg. Co. in 1948. The right knob pitches the ball while the left knob tries to catch it. The case is oak, showing minor wear and the interior playfield is intact. The backglass is still in very good condition, bright and crisp. Working with keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600

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1382 - 25¢ CHESTER POLLARD MUNVE’S RE-FAB PLAY FOOTBALL ARCADE GAME. 46 - 1/2” x 44 - 1/2” x 23”. This is a rare-fabricated Munve’s version of the Chester Pollard Play football arcade game. A cut-down oak cabinet, with recast figures in new clothes. 25¢ operation, with recreated marquee, works with key. (Restored). 800 - 1,500

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1383 - 5¢ U.S. MARSHALL GUN SHOOT ARCADE GAME. 19 - 1/2” x 33” x 53 - 1/2”. A very nice unrestored version of this classic arcade shooting game. This version has the legs, works great and has keys. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1384 - 1¢ EDWARDS NOVELTY COMPANY “TEST YOUR GRIP” ARCADE MACHINE. 11 - 1/2” x 9 - 3/4” x 14 1/2”. This is a rarely seen Grip tester from the Edwards Novelty Co. of Fort Worth, Texas. It is in restored condition and working with key. (Restored). 600 - 1,200 1385 - 5¢ MILLS “CANNON FIRE” PINBALL MACHINE. 12” x 19” x 43”. A great pinball machine from Mills Novelty Co. Great condition showing little wear or use, bright graphic play field with replica cannons that fore the pinballs into the play field. Wonderful original condition with original legs. Has key. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000 1386 - 5¢ “WHIZZ-BANG” PINBALL GAME. 9” x 16 - 1/2” x 31”. Great pinball game called “Whiz Bang”. Counter top wood rail game in outstanding condition. Works and has keys. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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1387 - LOT OF 2: 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. DUOSCOPE VIEWER ARCADE MACHINE AND DUOSCOPE. Larger: 20 - 1/2” x 12 - 1/2” x 13 - 3/4”. A pair of Exhibit Supply Duoscope machines. The first is a mahogany constructed Duoscope. 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. The second is a fully restored 5¢ Stereoscope viewer. Original marquee and paper, new paint. Working with “Sally Rand” girlie reel. Both with keys. (Restored - Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1388 - 1¢ MILLS STEROSCOPE WOODEN VIEWER. 34 - 1/4” x 19 - 1/2” x 17”. A Mills novelty stereoscope viewer in original oak cabinet. Missing legs and marquee. No key, not working. (Poor). 400 - 800 1389 - WOODEN COUNTERTOP KENO GOOSE. 24” x 14” x 13 - 3/4”. Dark wood counter top KENO goose in original finish. With wooden numbered balls. (Excellent). 300 - 600 1390 - TALL CASE PULVER TOO-CHOOS WITH BUSTER BROWN. 28” x 10 - 1/2” x 13”. This is a nice all original Pulver Too-Choos tall case vending machine with a very desirable Buster Brown figure in original clothes. All original condition with signs of oxidation and paint loss to the tin case. With complete paper inside the case, though damaged. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 159. Has key. (Very Good). 2,500 - 3,500

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1391 - NOBBY’S PEANUT MACHINE. 72” x 16 - 1/2” x 16 - 3/4”. This is the best version of this machine seen to date. All original with working escalator and advertising chart and complete with original cast monkey sitting on top of the globe. This monumental Australian vending machine operates on a large english penny and comes with the stand it sits on, though not original to the machine. A stunning example of 1920’s vending. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 104. (Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000 1392 - CHAMPION VENDING MACHINE CO. CHICLETS GUM & STOLLWERK CHOCOLATE VENDING MACHINE. 9 - 3/4” x 9 - 1/2” x 32”. Early wood vending machine with beautiful blue porcelain panels, front and sides. Made by the Champion Vending Machine Co. in Boston, Massachusetts, this machine dates to the late 19th century. Marked with serial number 8830D and with an embossed coin entry for Champion Vending Machine Co. Boston Mass, with patent date of 1899. Condition is very good with some wear and paint loss to the wood case, and minor chipping to the edges of the porcelain panels and rivet holes. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 155. Has key. (Very Good). 5,000 - 10,000

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1393 - MILL’S NOVELTY CO. “LITTLE PERFECTION” PEANUT VENDOR. 18 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 10 1/2”. This is a Mills Novelty company “Little Perfection” nut vendor. Featured on page 37 of Mills 1913 catalog, this cast-iron and wood peanut vendor originally sold for $10. This example is in immaculate condition and appears to have never been used. Considered an earlier version before a chute cover was required for sanitary reasons, this peanut machine is a wonderful survivor and a step up for any vending machine collection. No key, however the lid is open. (Excellent+). 8,000 - 15,000

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1394 - AUTOSALES VENDING CORPORATION CHICLETS AND CHOCOLATE GUM VENDOR. 30 - 1/2” x 9 - 3/4” x 10 - 1/4”. This is an early version of this vending machine with the porcelain coin entry cover. Manufactured by the Autosales Vending Corporation out of NY, this all original machine has bright green porcelain panels and vended Chiclets, Chocolate, and Dentyne Gum. The porcelain is in very good condition with bright color and shine with one nickel sized chip near the coin entry. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 154. Has key. (Very Good). 4,000 - 6,000 1395 - 1¢ FAUSTMAYER PEANUT VENDOR. 18 x 17 - 1/4” x 9”. Extremely rare Mills Peanut Vendor, which is also labeled for the Faust Maier Company, circa 1908. All-original machine in new paint and nickel plating, however this peanut machine is seldom seen in any condition. A great addition to any vending collection. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, pages 58 and 99. With key. (Restored). 3,000 - 5,000 148

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1396 - 10¢ SUNNY CAL FROSTED FRUIT CAKE VENDING MACHINE. 14” x 14” x 12 - 1/4”. Rare figural vending machine in the shape of a fruit cake, this machine was made by the R. O. Whyman & Co. Excellent original paint on the machine itself, and original marquee with some minor paint loss. Machine works. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 234. Has keys. 2,500 - 3,500 1397 - HOLCOMB & HOKE BUTTER KIST POPCORN MACHINE. 74” x 30” x 22”. Circa 1920’s. In original condition with replacement globe, this perfectly-sized popcorn machine is a great fit anywhere. Adorned with sliding doors on mahogany cabinet and marble shelves, a great example of a easy to place machine. Not tested. 1,500 - 2,500

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1398 - NORTHWESTERN MOON ROCKET GUMBALL MACHINE. 70” x 24” x 24”. Larger size Northwestern Moon rocket capsule vending machine. Restored condition, working and with keys. (Restored). 1,200 - 1,800

1399 - 1¢ MILLS THE WIZARD FORTUNE TELLER. 13 - 3/4” x 6” x 18 - 3/4”. This arcade fortune teller of Mills Novelty Co. was manufactured between 1919 and 1927. It has an aluminum-cast metal front with an oak cabinet. It is heavily detailed with depictions of a wizard, various symbols and the trademark Mills owl. The cast front of this machine appears to have been polished and the painted areas infilled. Patron can select one of the six questions then drop a penny in the slot for an answer above. One key is provided. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

1400 - LOT OF 2: NORTHWESTERN #3 GUMBALL AND COLUMBUS MODEL 21 VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 14 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2”. A pair of 1920’s vending machines. The first one is a Northwestern Model 33 gumball version in blue porcelain. A nice example with several small touch-ups to the porcelain and new globe and decal. Has key. The second is a Columbus model 21 petite peanut machine, all-original with correct globe and decal. Small chips around the edges, comes with barrel locks and key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, pages 48 and 110. (Very Good) 800 - 1,200

1401 - 5¢ HARVARD STAMP MACHINE. 59” x 25” x 21 - 1/2”. Beautifully restored Harvard Stamp Machine with stand. Missing the marquee, this stamper is operative and in great condition. Working and with key. (Restored). 700 - 1,400

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1402 - LOT OF 2: NEKO PEANUT AND LIGHTER FLUID VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 19” x 8 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/2”. A pair of unusual vending machines. First is a Neko Peanut machine in original paint and original vendor decal, with key and working. The second is a Van-o-lite lighter fluid vending machine in the shape of an old gas pump. This vendor has been polished. Has keys. (Very Good). 600 - 1,000 1403 - LOT OF 2: BEAVER VENDING “TALKING” CAPSULE MACHINE & NORTHWESTERN MOUTHY MARVIN. Larger: 56” x 19” x 16”. A pair of very talkative vending machines. The first is a Beaver Vending 25¢ Talking Capsule machine on a stand. Some restoration to the machine and the stand, in excellent condition and with key. The second is a Northwestern “Mouthy Marvin”. 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 four clever catch phrases. Mostly made of iron with a replaced stand. Both machines are working. Circa 1967. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1404 - 10¢ VENDAR-BAR RASIN VENDING MACHINE “DOG PATCH”. 23 - 3/4” x 12 - 3/4” x 12”. Very colorful Vendar-bar “Dog Patch” themed boxed raisin vending machine. Featuring Lil’ Abner and Daisy Mae on the front of the case. Comes with some original product boxes. Original condition. Has key. (Restored). 600 - 1,200 1405 - 5¢ SILVER KING “BALLERINA” MUSIC BOX VENDING MACHINE. 19” x 8” x 8”. Unusual counter top model features bride in top and music box plays “Here Comes The Bride.” Original paint and patina. Some signs of wear. Circa 1950. Includes key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 139. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1406 - 1¢ “THE EMPIRE” PEANUT & BULK CANDY VENDING MACHINE. 16 - 3/4” x 7 - 1/4” x 9 - 1/2”. 1932 D. Robbins company of New York “The Empire” Peanut Machine. Great vending machine with embossed Empire State Building on the sides. All original condition and a great example of this machine. Has key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 133. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1407 - LOT OF 2: SILVER KING HOT NUT AND STEWART AND MCGUIRE VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 17 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2”. A pair of very nice vending machines. The first is a Silver King hot nut vendor with red ruby light up top and added cup dispenser. Condition is restored with a new decal. The second is a Stewart and McGuire machine, inspired by the Empire state building where Stewart & McGuire offices were located. In original condition. Both machines have keys. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, pages 180 and 130. (Very Good - Restored). 400 - 800 1408 - LOT OF 2: GERMAN TREFF-GLOCKE AND UNIVERSAL VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 16” x 12” x 12”. A pair of vending machines. The first is a Treff-Glocke very modernistic bulk vending machine made in Germany. All original hammer-tone blue paint and globe. Very good condition with minor signs of use. Has key. The second is a Victor Universal bulk vendor in restored condition. New paint and plating, original globe, replaced decal. Has key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, pages 189 and 182. (Very Good - Restored). 400 - 800

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1409 - LOT OF 3: 10¢ MID-CENTURY DESIGN COIN-OPERATED HOTEL RADIO WITH JETCO & 25¢ SANTA FE HOTEL RADIOS. 27” x 17” x 16”. Lot of three hotel radios. First is a beautiful mid century design 10¢ hotel radio as an end table made of beautiful ash, no key. Second is another Mid century design hotel coin-operated radio in the shape of a side table by Jetco, no key. The third is a beautiful example of a coin-operated hotel radio made by Santa Fe. This example is in excellent original condition and looks virtually unused. With Key. All three radios have been upgraded with modern components and are in working condition, including the coin mechanisms. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,500 1410 - LOT OF 2: 25¢ “RADIOTEL” & 25¢ RCA COIN-OPERATED HOTEL RADIOS. 11” x 17 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/2”. A pair of coin-operated hotel radios. First is the Santa Fe hotel coin-operated radio by Radiotel. Near mint condition, 25¢ operation. No key. Second is a RCA coin-operated hotel radio in all-original condition. Original knobs and cord. Both radios have been upgraded to modern components and work with working coin mechanisms. No key. (Excellent - Near Mint). 600 - 1,000

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1411 - COLUMBIA GRAND PARLOR DESK PHONOGRAPH. 48” x 31 - 1/4” x 27 - 1/2”. This is a very early Columbia Grand Gramaphone by the American Gramaphone Co. in an oak Parlor “C” type roll desk. The drawers of the desk are designed to hold additional grand rolls, and the top two draws will hold extra other accessories. The patent dates on the phonograph mechanism are May 4 1887 and June 10, 1890. The oak desk is in beautiful condition and the phonograph mechanism is original and untouched. Works perfectly and quietly. Has one reproduced wax roll. Comes with large brass horn and crane. A amazingly difficult phonograph to find in any condition and this one is just beautiful. (Excellent). 10,000 - 15,000

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1412 - COIN-OPERATED DUAL SINGING BIRDS BOX. 21” x 9” x 9”. This wonderful singing bird box is coin-operated and works on a large english penny or french coin. Believed to be made by Caille for the French market, this bird box is in all-original condition and works and sounds beautiful. Some wear to the feathers of the birds and bends to the delicate brass cage, but otherwise a great example of an early bird box. With winding key and some coins. (Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000 1413 - COINOLA CX NICKELODEON, CIRCA 1918. 60” x 64” x 30”. Operators Piano company Coinola CX in unrestored complete condition. In quartered oak cabinet with nine rolls. A great candidate for restoration. (Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1414 - 1¢ SYMPHONION 15.75” COIN-OP MUSIC BOX WITH RECORD CABINET. Largest: 36 - 1/4” x 24” x 22 - 1/2”. Very unusual Symphonion coin-operated music box with front cast coin entry. This music box plays 15.75” discs, and comes with one disc playing the wedding march. The wood cabinet is in original condition with minor repair to the wood trim on the corners. No key, but the coin door is open. Machine comes with a double door record cabinet, missing one internal shelf. Cabinet is walnut and shows several scratches and signs of wear, but the two pieces look great together. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1415 - 10 TUNE 9” JACOT’S MUSIC BOX. 8” x 22” x 10”. Single comb Jacot’s 9” music box in unrestored condition. Latest patent date of 1888, marked Switzerland. Retains song play indicator, safety check and original slow-fast indicator. With song list and music roll. Some loss to the veneer on the top, and partial and faded decals. Plays well. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1416 - ORIGINAL BROADSIDE ADVERTISING FOR REGINA MUSIC BOXES. Frame: 31” x 24 - 3/4”. This is an original broadside paper advertising for Regina Music Boxes, showing available style of the day in great detail. Beautifully framed in a period oak frame. Some minor folds and creases, not distracting form its presentation. Circa 1900. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500

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1417 - WURLITZER MODEL 81 WITH ORIGINAL STAND. 55 - 1/2” x 25” x 21”. Wurlitzer Model 81 with an original stand in unrestored condition. Original felt to the turntable, plastics appear to be all original. Serial number 723378 on the box and 676179 on the stand. With key, untested. (Very Good). 7,000 - 14,000

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1418 - WURLITZER MODEL 1050 JUKEBOX. 59” x 36 - 1/2” x 29 - 1/2”. A beautiful Wurlitzer Model 1050 jukebox, manufactured in 1973 with only less than 2000 units produced. Before the fall of Wurlitzer in 1974, the creation of this jukebox was in hopes to relive its triumphant days. The 1050 is housed in a wood cabinet with chrome details and a brilliant display that lights up in an array of colors. It is trimmed with frosted plastic panels and has a cathedral facade in red, yellow and blue. It is a 45 rpm player and accepts 5¢ to 25¢. One key is included. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000 1419 - LOT OF 2: RISTAUCRAT NICKLE JUKEBOXES. Each: 17” x 13” x 13”. Pair of the later version of the Ristaucrat counter top Juke box in 5¢ operation. Both are in original condition with original front plastics and graphics. Both have restored electrical components and are working with keys. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1420 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #2. 17 - 3/4” x 16 - 1/2” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. model #2 is a restored bronze signature model register reading “NATIONAL CASH REGISTER” with fine scroll, split counter, without top sign and serial number 18807. (Restored) 800 - 1,500 1421 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #5. 20 - 1/2” x 9 - 3/4” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. model #5 is a restored red brass candy store register with Fleur-de-Lis pattern, original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and personalized breast plate in script “T.F. MEIYER”. Serial number 597280. (Restored) 800 - 1,500 LOT - 1418

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1422 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #74. 25” x 18 - 1/4” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. Model #74 is a restored red bronze register with fine scroll pattern, swivel base, original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and backplate with raised letters reading “GEM PHARMACY”. Serial number 310934. (Restored) 1,000 - 2,000

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1423 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #79. 23” x 18” x 17”. National Cash Register Co. model #79 is an un-restored nickel plated and bronze register with original top sign reading “THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE”, split indication, original breast plate reading “F. BECKER” and side-mounted clock. Serial number 122739. (Very Good) 1,000 - 2,000 1424 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #4 WITHOUT TOP SIGN. 18 - 3/4” x 24 - 1/2” x 15”. Wooden National Cash Register Co. Model #4 Woodie-Mahogany Clamshell with inlay without Top Sign has Serial number 34968. (Very Good) 1,500 - 4,000 1425 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. FLOOR MODEL #91. 69” x 23” x 22”. National Cash Register Co. Floor Model #91 is a restored narrow nine-drawer oak and bronze register with original top sign, reads “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and breast plate reading “HORNER BROS.” with side-mounted locking clock and serial number 183636. (Restored) 2,000 - 4,000

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1426 - FLOOR MODEL NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #582N-E-8-F. 68” x 25” x 22”. Floor Model National Cash Register Co. model #582N-E-8-F is a restored, bronze, eight drawer, mid-size register, without original top sign, reads “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and has serial number 1408364. (Restored) 3,000 - 5,000 1427 - UNION CASH REGISTER. 20” x 17 - 1/2” x 15”. Union Cash Register is a restored nickel plated register with fine scroll patter and original top sign reading “AMOUNT OF PURCHASE REGISTERED HERE”. Serial number 5002. (Restored) 2,000 - 4,000

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1428 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #130. 20” x 11 - 1/4” x 14 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. model #130 is a restored red brass candy store register with fine scroll, original top sign with “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and original breast plate with “THE ILLINOIS”. Serial number 451148. (Restored) 1,000 - 2,000

1432 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #50. 16 - 3/4” x 10 - 1/4” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. model #50 is a bronze candy store register that has not been restored, has no top sign but has a breastplate reading “L.A. GUERENA” and has serial number 227513. (Very Good) 800 - 1,500

1429 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #3. 24” x 19 - 1/4” x 15”. National Cash Register Co. model #3 is a wooden clamshell register with inlay and original top sign reading “THIS REGISTERS THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE”. Serial number 68178. (Very Good) 1,000 - 2,000

1433 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL #250. 19 - 1/2” x 10” x 16”. National Cash Register Model #250 is a restored bronze candy store model with fine scroll, original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and original breast plate reading “CM FALLON”. Serial no. 595937. (Restored) 800 - 1,500

1430 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #473. 21 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. Model #473 is a restored cast iron register with Ionic pattern. Serial number 146788. (Restored) 800 - 1,200

1434 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #216. 20 - 3/4” x 9 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. model #216. is a restored copper oxidized candy store register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 989986. (Restored) 500 - 1,000

1431 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #5. 21” x 9 - 1/4” x 15 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. Model #5 is a restored red bronze register with fine Scroll pattern and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 306843. (Restored) 800 - 1,500

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1435 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #313. 21 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/2” x 16 - 3/8”. National Cash Register Co. model #313 is a restored red brass candy store register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 1227649. (Restored) 500 - 1,000

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1436 - BURNHAM GUM MACHINE WORKS SLOT MACHINE 24 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2” x 13 - 1/2”. Original unrestored Burnham slot machine with serial number 688. Burnham was a revamper who took older, outdated machines from other manufacturers, in this case O.D. Jennings, and installed the mechanism into a new and ornate case. The slot has deferred pay and is all-original with reel strips and cash box. There is original applied paint to the instructions on the front door. Circa 1920’s. Plays and pays with one key included. (Very Good). 7,000 - 10,000

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1437 - 5¢ WATLING BROWNIE COUNTER WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 28 - 3/4” x 22” x 11”. A large counter top one wheeler with exceptional decals, great tin-litho color wheel, fancy coin head with dodo birds, and in all-original finish. Overall condition is very good with mechanics in good working order and paneled wooden door still present. Upon close examination, the coin head has had some touch-up paint added to the payout line. (Very Good). 6,000 - 8,000

1438 - MILLS OPERATORS BELL SLOT MACHINE 23 - 1/4” x 16” x 15”. The most prolific of the early three reel cast iron slot machines, this example, manufactured by Mills Novelty Company, featured elaborate castings especially to the right and left sides. The scene shows a pillared railing overlooking the river with the Statue of Liberty in the distance. This machine has replaced tin fruit strips, the bell to announce a winner, and it is overall in good working order. An older restoration to the castings with a replacement marquee. Circa 1910. (Very Good). 4,000 - 6,000

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1439 - $1 JENNINGS PROSPECTOR CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 61” x 23” x 17 - 1/2”. A floor model console slot machine in original condition with console cabinet, replacement reel strips and a central jackpot reserve with two Grub Stake Pots, with no coins. There are two round side cup holders. Light surface scratches to the chrome and wood. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1946. Operates on silver dollars, has keys. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000 1440 - 5¢ MILLS QT DIAL SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE VENDOR. 16” x 13 - 3/4” x 18 - 1/2”. This miniature bell slot machine with side mint vendor is an older restoration with original 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. Slot and side vender are in working order. Circa 1935. Has Keys. (Excellent). 2,500 - 3,500

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1441 - 25¢ COOPER MFG. CO. OPERATORS BELL SLOT MACHINE. 24 - 1/2” x 15 x 14 - 1/2”. The oak cabinet on this three reel machine is in beautiful refinished condition. It also has cast aluminum elements including a gooseneck coin slot. Reel strips and award card are original. Plays well, with key. (Very Good). 1,800 - 2,500 LOT - 1443 1442 - 5¢ FOUR-REEL JENNINGS NEVADA CLUB “BUCKAROO” SLOT MACHINE. 28” x 16” x 18”. With red plastic light-ups. Featuring the logo for the Nevada Club. Very good original condition with nice finish to the wood cabinet. Original reel strips and replaced award card. Plays and pays well, a striking machine when lit up. The fourth wheel moved possible combinations from 27K to 810K. Has key. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 1443 - 5¢ MILLS QT BLUE AND GOLD HASHMARKS SLOT MACHINE. 12” x 13 - 3/4” x 18 - 3/4”. This miniature bell machine features a dual-front jackpot and bent coin return. Blue and gold with a textured finish. Showing an earlier restoration with minimal paint wear to the cabinet and base. With original reel strips and award plate. Plays well. Includes keys. Circa 1947. (Very Good) 1,000 - 1,800 164

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1444 - 5¢ O.D. JENNINGS “ROCKAWAY” TRADE STIMULATOR. 23 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/4” x 11 - 5/8”. This counter pocket payout machine features five jackpots. In working order with three interior labels intact. An unrestored example. Includes two keys. Circa 1931. (Very Good) 1,000 - 2,000 1445 - MILLS NOVELTY 1¢ SKYSCRAPER SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE VENDOR. 19” x 15” x 25”. Mills Novelty 1¢ 1933 Skyscraper, sometimes referred to as a silent bell. This example has an older restoration with polished front casting and new paint inset. Award card and fortune reel strips appear to be replacements. Original side vendor is operative. Plays and pays. Key included. (Excellent). 900 - 1,400

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1446 - 10¢ MILLS BROWN FRONT BURSTING CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 26” x 16” x 15 - 1/2”. The Mills Novelty Co. produced this three-reel slot machine in 1937. Having a nice wooden cabinet and brown front casting with namesake bursting cherry design. Retaining the original reel strips with repainted casting. Plays and pays. With key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

1450 - 5¢ PACE MFG. CO. COMET SPECIAL SLOT MACHINE. 17” x 15” x 24”. A Pace slot machine manufactured in the late 1930’s to 1940’s, nicely restored with polished nickel-plating and in excellent condition throughout. Retaining the original reel strips, back door and award card. The machine plays and pays correctly. Keys are included. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400

1447 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY “QT” CHEVRON SLOT MACHINE. 18 - 1/2” x 13” x 14”. This counter top three-reel slot machine features an aluminum front casting in green and silver with a side by side front jackpot. It features new reel strips and award card. An older restoration showing minimal wear overall, it plays and pays. Manufactured by Mills in 1938. Has key. (Restored). 800 - 1,400

1451 - 5¢ PACE “FANCY FRONT” COMET SLOT MACHINE. 24” x 16” x 16”. Escalator bell slot machine produced by Pace Manufacturing Co. This model features a “Fancy Front” design. Older restoration with original reel strips and award card. Plays and pays. With key. (Restored). 700 - 1,400

1448 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY “PACE FRONT” SLOT MACHINE. 25” x 16 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. Restored machine with Pace front, original reel strips. Plays well and pays. Has keys. (Restored). 800 - 1,500 1449 - 10¢ PACE NOVELTY “TWIN JACK” CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 54” x 29” x 19 - 1/2”. 10¢ Pace Novelty Company, Pace “Twin Jack” escalator bell double slot machine on custom wood double slot machine stand with door. Circa 1953. Both sides must be played at the same time. Restored condition with key. (Restored). 800 - 1,200

1452 - 5¢ ROCK-OLA FOUR ACES COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 8-1/2”D x 12”W x 17”T. Rock-Ola manufactured this coin-flip game in the early 1930’s. Very nice throughout. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1453 - 10¢ GROETCHEN TOOL CO. COLUMBIA SLOT MACHINE. 20” x 17” x 15 - 1/2”. This is the standard Columbia slot machine manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. in the 1930’s. It has a wood cabinet and base with a cast aluminum front, repainted in blue with red details. Complete with the original bell fruit reel strips and award card. Working with key. (Good). 500 - 1,000

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1454 - LOT OF 2: OAK SLOT MACHINE STANDS. Each: 19” x 19” x 33 - 3/4”. Pair of contemporary oak slot machine stands. Minor wear throughout. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1455 - 1¢ CHARLE FEY & SONS THREE JACKS COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”D x 13”W x 18”T. For this counter top game players flip a coin into the playing field in the hopes of winning the contents of one of the three jackpot banks. Some wear is evident on the base and cabinet. A nice, unrestored, original machine. Circa 1910 by Charles Fey & Sons. One key is included. (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1456 - 5¢ EVANS WINTER BOOK HORSE RACE CONSOLE SLOT. 37 - 1/2” x 27” x 45”. This is a console horse race themed slot machine manufactured by H.C. Evans in 1946. Place bet in one the seven-way coin heads and watch which horse takes lead through the electric spinner. Housed in wooden cabinet with a brilliant glass light up display, It has cast-aluminum features in chrome and a single payout cup. Some oxidation to the coin entry and veneer cracks in the cabinet. Untested, no keys. (Good). 500 - 1,000 1457 - WESTERN PRODUCTS INC. “THE JITTERBUG” TRADE STIMULATOR. 19 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/4” x 7”. This game is not coin-operated, however, it most likely required players to pay the proprietor before use. Players dropped small metal balls through the many holes at the top of the cabinet. Depending on where the balls landed, payout was between 10 Cent and $5. The cabinet and the image of jitterbug dancers show wear. Two keys are provided. (Good). 500 - 1,000 1458 - LOT OF 2: MILLS NOVELTY 5¢ VEST POCKET SLOT MACHINES. Each: 7 - 1/4” x 11 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/2”. Two miniature bell slot machines housed in a metal cabinet. One is in original condition showing some paint loss and retaining the reel cover award card and original strips. The second one is restored, new paint and reel strips. Both work well. Circa 1938. Includes a key for each machine. (Very Good - Restored). 400 - 700 1459 - LOT OF 2: MILLS NOVELTY 5¢ VEST POCKET SLOT MACHINES. Each: 7 - 1/4” x 11 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/2”. Two miniature bell slot machines housed in a metal cabinet. One is in original condition showing some paint loss and retaining the reel cover award card and original strips. The second one is restored, new paint and reel strips. Both work well. Circa 1938. Includes a key for each machine. (Very Good - Restored). 400 - 700 166

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1460 - 5¢ CAILLE JUNIOR SUCCESS FLOOR MODEL TRADE STIMULATOR. 58 - 1/4” x 15 - 1/4” x 15 - 1/4”. This Caille Jr. Success floor model cast-iron cigar trade stimulator is in original marbled paint with original front casting and replaced coin door and marquee. A great working example with vintage ornate card strips. Signs of wear and use throughout that do not distract from its perfect aged patina. A great vintage look for this very difficult to find success trade stimulator. Has key. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000 1461 - RARE 1¢ DOMED HORSE RACE TRADE STIMULATOR. 18” x 13 - 3/4” x 15”. This beautiful horse racing game features six horse & rider figures that spin around beneath a tall glass dome. Players deposit their penny and push then pull down on the lever to make the horses race. Produced around 1890 and works wonderfully. This exact machine can be found pictured on page 138 of “Collector’s Guide to Vintage Coin Machines” by Richard M. Bueschel. Appears to be in all original condition with an applied cover to the coin slot. Keys provided. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1462 - 5¢ CAILLE BROTHERS JOCKEY CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 23 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2” x 13”. This 5¢ trade stimulator, named the Jockey, was manufactured by the Caille Bros. in 1905. Housed in a refinished oak cabinet with ornate iron castings, complete with cast-iron marquee. Includes the original poker reels and award card, slightly soiled. There is some exterior wear and surface scratches. Retaining the original back door. Includes key. (Excellent). 4,000 - 8,000

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1463 - PAUPA & HOCHRIEM FIVE-WAY DICE PAY-OUT TRADE STIMULATOR. 24 - 1/2” x 23 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/4”. This pay-out trade stimulator from Chicago based Paupa & Hochriem is housed in a rich finish wood case with all original castings and instruction/award cards. It has an original wheel, though slightly faded with time, and the original side door. Nickel operation for up to five players with a fortune component to the award card. There are scuffs and signs of age to the wood cabinet, some finish loss to castings, and a crack in the wood front right above the wheel. A very hard machine to find and in overall very good condition. Has key. (Very Good). 7,000 - 10,000

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1464 - 5¢ NOVELTY MACHINE WORKS SLOT WITH SIDE VENDOR. 25 - 1/4” x 17 - 3/4” x 12 3/4”. Resembling the Burnham Machine Works, also from Chicago, this Novelty Machine works slot has a wonderful look. Aged red paint with black highlights, this machine has had this paint for most if not all of its life. Original reel strips, paper front with odds indicator, and original working side vender. A rare slot with a great appearance. With keys. (Very Good). 5,000 - 10,000

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1465 - MILLS L’AEROPLAN CAST-IRON TRADE STIMULATOR. 19 - 3/4” x 17 - 1/4” x 13 1/2”. This beautifully detailed trade stimulator with token payout was produced by Mills Novelty Co. in 1910 for the French market. It features an oak cabinet and cast-iron front with a wonderful aviation design. Mills manufactured this machine for the French Franc which is the same size as a US quarter. One key is provided. This machine retains an all original patina, reel strip, and replaced award card. (Very Good). 5,000 - 8,000

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1466 - 5¢ CAST-IRON RELIANCE NOVELTY CO. TRADE STIMULATOR. 15 - 1/2” x 12 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2”. Countertop trade stimulator with five flip card reels, manufactured by the Reliance Novelty Co. from 1896-1908. Winning card combinations would win players cigars. This device retains its original reel cards and slug rejector with an older plating and a replaced back cash door and upper marquee that fit perfectly and do not distract from the overall look of the machine. Includes one key. (Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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LOT - 1467 1467 - 5¢ MILLS JR. SUCCESS FLOOR MODEL CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 57 - 1/4” x 15 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. This Mills Jr. Success cast-iron cigar trade stimulator is in all original paint, including what most likely was operator added paint to the front casting and marquee, both of which are original to the machine. This trade stimulator is a great example of a vendor variation and with a great original look, a super addition to any gambling collection. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000 172

1468 - D.N SCHALL IMPROVED HORSESHOE GAMING WHEEL SLOT MACHINE. 16 - 1/4” x 9 - 1/2” x 21”. Housed in a small oak cabinet with a dark finish, there are a mixture of cast-iron and cast-brass elements, consistent and appropriate to originality, and with a touch of polishing. There are dual payout cups with a fortune reading award card. The paper dial has bright color and shows little wear. A very beautiful piece of the gambling history, manufactured in 1896 by D.N. Schall And Co. One key is provided. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000 1469 - 5¢ 20TH CENTURY NOVELTY CO. SPIRAL TRADE STIMULATOR. 10 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2”. Deposit a nickel and press the plunger to release the coin down the spiral chute, spinning the pointer so it points to a number between the pins arranged in a circle and receive your award in cigars or gum. An original machine in working condition with original 20th Century Novelty Co. celluloid tag. Some oxidation to operating mechanism. With key. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000

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1470 - BALLY’S SPARK PLUG PAY-OUT HORSE RACE. 15” x 11 - 3/4” x 15 - 1/4”. This counter top horse racing game was produced by Bally in 1934. It features a wheel divided into 8 sections, each with its own tin horse and rider figure. After depositing their coin, the player selects which horse they think will win and then pulls the side lever causing the horses to spin. If the chosen horse wins, the machine pays out into a small coin slot on the side of the machine. An excellent unrestored example that plays and pays. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,800 - 2,500 LOT - 1470

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1471 - SAMUEL NAFEW “LITTLE MODEL” CAST-IRON FLIP CARD MACHINE. 18 - 1/2” x 12 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/4”. A petite counter top trade stimulator with ornate cast-iron cabinet, upper marquee, with oak base cash drawer and swivel. With five flip card reels that players would spin in order to win free drinks. This example has a restored copper-flash finish, with refinished oak cash drawer and replacement marquee. Works great. Circa 1894. One key is provided. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000 1472 - 1¢ NATIONAL COIN MACHINE DRAW POKER BALL GUM TRADE STIMULATOR. 15 - 1/2” x 16” x 10”. Manufactured by the National Coin Machine Exchange circa 1935, this example is all original, paint, paper, reel strips and gum vendor. Has the original National coin machine tag. With key. (Excellent). 1,400 - 2,000

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1473 - 1¢ CAILLE “GOOD LUCK” CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 11” x 9 - 1/2” x 11”. Caille Bros. produced this cigar trade stimulator in the early 1900’s. Having a wooden cabinet with domed top, cast metal marquee, and five playing card reels. Cabinet is in original rich finish, marquee and instruction sheet are original. retains a partial “good luck” decal on the front. Winning reel combinations were paid out with cigars. Has original reel strips. Plays well and includes one key. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 1474 - 1¢ MILLS UPRIGHT LITTLE PERFECTION CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 12 - 3/4” x 7 - 3/4” x 15”. This Mills upright Little Perfection is housed in a oak cabinet with an original deep brown patina. Retaining a wood marquee with aged award card, this machine has its original reel strips, castings, and works perfectly. With key. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1475 - CLAWSON MACHINE CO. COIN-DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 22” x 12 - 1/2” x 9”. Produced in 1894 by Clawson Machines Co. User inserts a nickel into the machine via the plunger on top and the coin plinks down through the pin field into one of three jackpot chambers. The wood cabinet shows wear due to age and use, in original finish. Includes one key. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1476 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. SILENT FOK SLOT MACHINE. 27”x 17 - 1/2” x 16”. This tabletop machine features fortune reels, visible coin escalator, and two central jackpots, surrounded by a mint vendor on each side. This example has an older restoration to the cabinet and front casting. With replaced award cards. In working condition, this machine plays, pays, and vender appears operational. Includes key. (Restored). 1,000 - 2,000 1477 - LOT OF 2: GEM AND BAR BOY TRADE STIMULATORS. Each: 12 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/4”. A pair of trade stimulators. The first is a GEM counter top trade stimulator which offers players a ball of gum per spin and the chance to win up to 10 packs of cigarettes. The cabinet displays an older crackle finish repaint and original award card. Working with keys. The second is a Garden City Novelty Co. “Bar Boy” 4-reel countertop amusement machine featuring images of beer bottles, glasses, and men drinking. Vends a gumball for each coin played and the number on the 4th reel determines how many beers are won if the player hits a 3 of a kind. New crackle finish paint and original award card. Working with keys. (Very Good). 900 - 1,300 1478 - 1¢ TO 25¢ PACE “THE CARDINAL” GUM TRADE STIMULATOR. 11 - 1/4” x 12” x 9 - 1/2”. All original condition, reel strips, award cards, paint. Considerable loss of inset paint, with faded and worn reel strips and award card. Gumball dispenser is present and working. Plays correctly on all coins. Comes with key. (Good). 800 - 1,200

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1479 - LOT OF 2: PAIR OF GROETCHEN POK-O-REEL TRADE STIMULATORS. 10 - 1/2” x 12” x 9”. The Pok-A-Reel has an aluminum-cast body, detailed with black and red inset accents. The first all-original machine features a gumball dispenser, the original reel strips and original award card showing some minor damage. The second all original machine does not have a gum vendor, and has original award card and reel strips. Both Machines have oxidation to aluminum body and faded paint loss to inset color. By Groetchen Tool Mfg. Co. in 1933 to 1934. One key is included for each machines. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1480 - 1¢ SCIENTIFIC MACHINECOMPANY “SPITFIRE” COUNTERTOP ARCADE MACHINE. 30 - 1/2” x 17” x 12”. The Spitfire has a red wooden cabinet with a speckled paint design, also showing some loss of color and a few chips. The front lever controls the movements of the plane and the knob to the right releases the “bomb” or gumball. The objective is to release the gum into the funnel as indicated by the marking “Drop bomb in funnel to sink battleship.” A miss leads to the gumball falling directly into the dispenser on the bottom left corner. Manufactured by Scientific Machine Corp. in 1940. Has key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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1481 - LOT OF 2: “GUM-A-MIB” MACHINE AND GATTER NOVELTY BOWLING “GAT A BALL GUM” GAME. Larger: 17 - 1/4” x 7” x 18”. Lot of two restored counter games with ball gum vending. The first one is a Gum-A-Mib gumball/marble machine - half to the hopper was for gum, the other half for marbles. In restored condition. The second is a Gatter Novelty bowling counter game with a gumball vendor. Also in restored condition and with the top piece of oak being a replacement. Both machines work and have keys. Reference for Gum-A-Mib: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 69. (Good - Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000 1482 - LOT OF 2: BLUE BIRD “TRY IT” DICE AND BLUE BIRD PENNY DROP TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 18 - 1/4” x 14” x 8 - 1/2”. A pair of Bluebird trade stimulators. First is the “Try It” Dice machine. New crinkle finish green paint and original award card. Working and with key. The second is the Bluebird penny drop, with new cringe finish green paint, new front decal, original glass and play field. Working and with key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600

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1484 - 5¢ HOL-E-SMOKES TRADE STIMULATOR. 11 - 1/4” x 9 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2”. Pace Mfg. made these trade stimulators during the early 1930’s. The three reels each have images of packs of cigarettes. Players win a pack of cigarettes when they spin three of a kind. Original patina, oxidation to the case, Gumball vendor is present and works. Has key. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400 1485 - 5¢ CAILLE JR. BELL BALL GUM AND FORTUNE TRADE STIMULATOR. 17 - 3/4” x 13 - 3/4” x 10 - 1/4”. Caille Junior Bell Ball Gum and Fortune trade stimulator. Original condition with oxidation to the castings and wear and discoloring to the paper award card. This machine is Nickel operation even though the front castings says 1¢, and the 1¢ raised relief on the original marquee has been ground off. Gumball mechanism is present but jammed, reel strips are original as is the coin door. Has key. (Good). 700 - 1,400 1486 - 1¢ CAILLE “GOOD LUCK” CIGAR TRADE STIMULATOR. 14 - 1/2” x 11” x 9 - 1/2”. Caille Bros. of Detroit manufactured these machines in 1904. This machine is in restored condition. 1¢ operation with key. 700 - 1,500

1483 - ADLEE E-Z BALL GUM BALL TRADE STIMULATOR. 16” x 9” x 9”. This original Ad-Lee E-Z Gum ball trade stimulator is an old vendor repaint. The decal is original and about 60% present. Has newer locks with keys. No marquee. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 5. (Good). 700 - 1,400

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LOT - 1487 LOT - 1488 1487 - LOT OF 2: ATLAS GAMES “TILT-TEST” AND “BINGO” COUNTER GAMES. Larger: 8 - 1/2” x 23” x 12”. Two counter top games of skill. The first is a little counter top skill game manufactured by Atlas Games in 1947 in beautiful condition. It has a sleek wooden body with cast-aluminum features and great graphics on the glass, painted in red and yellow. Patron is given three balls for a nickel. Use the knob to maneuver the platforms left and right movements. The objective is to get each of the balls into the last level, “Play for 7”. If the platform is tilted too low, the ball will land in any of the one to six other levels, fun to play. Working with key. The second is a trade stimulator painted in a shade of blue with an aluminum painted front. Restored condition. “Test Your Skill” by playing the white balls given within and plunging them through numbered channels. The higher the number scored, the higher the amount of points gained. Gum is dispensed on the left. Circa 1938. Original marquee. Working with key. (Very Good - Restored). 700 - 1,400 1488 - LOT OF 2: CHICAGO COIN CO. “SHOOT-EM” AND BALLY “NATURAL” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 13” x 10” x 5”. A pair of dice trade stimulators. The first is a small counter top machine with three dice. Each of the dice bear symbols like those found on slot machine reels. This machine has been polished with new paint inset. Circa 1933 from Chicago Coin Machine Co. Working with keys. The second is a Bally dice machine called “The Natural”. Machine is in original brown paint finish with signs of wear and use. Working and with key. (Very Good). 700 - 1,300

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1489 - LOT OF 2: TWICO AND 1¢ LINBRITE “WHIRL A BALL” MACHINES. Larger: 21 - 3/4” x 13 - 1/4” x 10 - 3/4”. A pair of counter top games of skill. The first is 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, with key. The second is a Linbrite “Whirl-A-Ball” ball-flip game in repainted case and original play field. Working and with key. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400 1490 - LOT OF 2: SCULPTOSCOPE AND MODEL EX COIN CHANGER MACHINE. Larger: 14 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 14”. A pair of coin machines. The first is a Sculptoscope Stereo Viewer. Deposit a penny in the slot, pull a trigger, and view stereo postcards. No cards are present. Restored condition and functions correctly. The last patent date is November 28, 1922. Has key. The second is a functioning CL Downey Coin changer, model EX, in all original and working condition. A must have for the coin-op collector’s showroom. (Restored - Very Good). 300 - 600

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1491 - INGERSOLL OAK TICKET TAKER. 50” x 16” x 26”. Marked for Rapid Transit, this is an early ticket taker complete with shredder and large cast handle. Refinished cabinet with a great look. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1492 - LOT OF 2: COUNTER TOP PINBALL GAMES SPACE THEME & HORSE RACE THEME GAMES. Larger: 8 - 1/2” x 13 - 1/4” x 28”. A pair of great counter top pinball games of skill. The first is a space themed game in great original condition with wood cabinet and great space graphics on the play field. The second is a Horse Race game called “Good Luck” with great racing graphics and wood cabinet. Both machines are in very good condition with minor wear. Working and with keys. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1493 - 10¢ DOOR BELL GIRLIE SHOW ARCADE GAME ON STAND. 61” x 12” x 12”. Very nondescript girlie card viewer arcade machine by Exhibit Supply Co. 10¢ operation starts the light, and pressing the doorbell advances the cards seen in the viewer. Some scuffs and paint loss to the wood cabinet. Works well and has a key. With a stand. (Good). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 1494 1494 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ MIKE MUNVES CO. BOUNCER FLIP-BALL COUNTERTOP ARCADE MACHINE. Each: 14” x 8-3/4” x 22-1/4”. A pair of Bouncer Flip-Ball Counter Arcade Machines. Circa 1947, distributed by Mike Munves Company. A very rare machine in great original condition. Unique play action. Insert coin and turn right knob to kick ball into playing field. Turn left knob to adjust the slant of the slant bar to try to direct the ball in the high scoring column. The case of the machine features a picture of a strong man bouncer. In working condition with one key. Some scratches on wood. (Very Good). 700 - 1,500 1495 - 5¢ JENNINGS FLYING TURF PAY-OUT PINBALL GAME. 44” x 24” x 45”. This pay-out Electro-mechanical pinball game was manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1935. The horse race themed playing field is in immaculate condition with no discernible wear, while the cabinet shows minor wear consistent with use and age. Has key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600 1496 - LOT OF 2: ESCO “LOVE METER” AND “PERSONALITY INDICATOR” COUNTER TOP MACHINES. Larger: 27 - 3/4” x 11 - 1/4” x 10”. Lot consists of a pair of Exhibit Supply Company counter top games. The first is a 1¢ “Love Meter”, circa 1938. This amusement machine could supposedly “Measure Your Sex Appeal On This Love Tester.” Results vary from “Bashful” to “Uncontrollable.” It has an oak cabinet with chrome grip handles. Says “No Electricity”, but there is an attached electrical cord. Working with key. The second is a “Personality Indicator”. This wood counter top machine tests what kind of person you are without electricity. Options include naughty, grouchy, kissable, gracious, push over and others. Includes key. Latest patent date 1934. Both machines are in very good condition with signs of minimal wear, and great graphics to the front glass. (Very Good). 800 - 1,400 178

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1497 - 1¢ MILLS “THE WIZARD” FORTUNE TELLER. 18 - 7/8” x 13 - 3/8” x 6”. Mills Novelty manufactured these fortune telling trade stimulators from 1919-1927. Players can select from six questions using the pointer and then press the button at the side of the cabinet to spin the wheel and reveal their answer. The aluminum front casting is nicely detailed and painted in red, green, and yellow. In restored condition. Has key. (Restored). 800 - 1,600

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1498 - 10¢ WILLIAMS DELUXE SHORT STOP ARCADE GAME. 74” x 25 - 1/2” x 66”. 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 restored condition. Plays great. Keys are included. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1499 - 5¢ MILLS POST TIME PAY-OUT PINBALL ARCADE GAME. 44” x 23” x 48”. A great pinball style pay-out horse race themed arcade game called “Post Time” by Mills Novelty. Up to seven can play to bet on the horse race outcome with points for win, place, or show. Outstanding graphics and condition. With key. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,000 1500 - POPEYE CARNIVAL RIDE-ON. 40 - 1/4” x 48” x 17”. Very unusual cast-aluminum with custom stand ride on for Popeye the Sailor. All original paint shows signs of wear and use, Popeye is missing his pipe. Great rare piece for the Popeye collector. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1501 - EXHIBIT SUPPLY “HUMPTY DUMPTY” FLOOR MODEL ARCADE MACHINE. 80” x 22” x 22”. This very rare arcade machine from Exhibit Supply in 1931 appears to be an old mechanism and clown castings in a new cabinet. There were replicas of this machine produced, however the paint and patina of the mechanism and clown has age to it. Machine is complete as it sits and works perfectly. Has keys. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1502 - 1¢ MARVIN & CASLER PALM READER FORTUNE TELLER ARCADE MACHINE. 31” x 27” x 73 - 1/2”. This historic arcade machine was manufactured in 1905 by Marvin and Casler Co. of New York and is a very interesting coin-operated machine. By pulling the handle with the left hand, patron must place right hand on the flat surface. The interior mechanism rises to equal level, reading their fortune, which is then dispensed below. The large wooden cabinet is made of oak with a rich finish, accentuating the brass and nickel-plated features. The top facade is a mirror with a glass door. This machine has been completely restored and is in beautiful condition. With keys. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 3,000 - 6,000

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1503 - THE SUN MFG CO. BICYCLE TRADE STIMULATOR. 13 - 3/4” x 19 - 1/2” x 5 - 3/4”. Sun Manufacturing Co. Bicycle cigar trade stimulator featuring original award cards, replaced back door, older refinished oak cabinet, and faded makers celluloid tag. A very nice example of this popular trade stimulator. Not working. Has key. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1504 - 1¢ RARE CAILLE WASHINGTON SCALE WITH MONEY-BACK FEATURE. 91” x 19 - 1/2” x 26 - 1/4”. Extremely rare “Money Back” version of the classic George Washington 1¢ scale made by the Caille Brothers in Detroit, circa 1904. This example - one of only a few known - is all-original with the exception of one of the back doors. The Washington dial is immaculate, and the castings are all original. This scale has an early restoration to the oak finish and nickel plating. The Marquee is vintage. It is painted tin with signs of age, and in an original wood frame. Since an original version has never been seen, it’s hard to determine the age of this one, but it is not cardboard like most. An outstanding example of a very hard scale to find. Has key. (Excellent). 8,000 - 15,000 LOT - 1504

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1505 - 1¢ PULL THE TIGER’S TAIL STRENGTH TESTER. 18-1/2”L x 29-3/4”W x 58-1/2”T. Exhibit Supply Co. started manufacturing these popular arcade strength testers in 1928. If you pull with more than 150 lbs of force, you will received a roar from a mechanical device. This machine looks to be in original condition with the exception of a newer hemp rope. The paper face on the strength gauge is stained. Three keys are included but one is bent. A wonderful overall machine with a great early look. (Very Good). 8,000 - 15,000

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1506 - 5¢ NATIONAL NOVELTY K.O. BOXER ARCADE GAME. 43” x 20 - 1/2” x 72 - 1/2”. 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 in a restored cabinet with added marquee. In working order, on freeplay. Circa 1928. (Very Good). 6,000 - 12,000 LOT - 1506

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1507 - 10¢ ROCKOLA “WORLD’S FAIR” PINBALL. 49 - 1/2” x 19” x 38 - 1/4”. The highest produced machine of its time with over 70,000 made in 1933. Themed for the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair, this pinball game features hand-painted buildings and structures from the fair shown in the interior, as well as a photograph jig-saw puzzle. The pieces of the jig-saw puzzle are animated and become revealed once a score is made. The objective is to complete the puzzle and obtain the highest score or score double with an incomplete puzzle. 10 steel balls are given, with many chances for free play. In original working condition that is complete with the original paper marquee. Has key. (Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000 1508 - 5¢ MIKE MUNVES MYSTIC PEN FORTUNE TELLER ARCADE MACHINE. 69 - 1/2” x 20 - 1/2” x 18 - 1/2”. Originally “Wizard’s Pen” from International Mutoscope in the 1930’s, later acquired and reissued by Mike Munves in the 1940’s & 1950’s as “Mystic Pen”. When patrons deposit a coin and place their hand on the metal plate the pen begins to “write” a personalized message and will then dispense a “handwritten” fortune card into the tray. Fully restored with refinished cabinet, new paper instructions, new marquee and new plating. An excellent example of this arcade machine. Working with key. (Restored). 2,200 - 3,500 184

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1509 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY “SHOOT THE SPACE INVADERS” ARCADE GAME. 60” x 21” x 32”. Exhibit supply Space Invaders arcade game from the 50’s. Fully restored and operational including an original marquee. Includes a child’s stair step when used, triggered an easier version of the game. Restored by Andy Parnell. With keys. (Restored). 2,000 - 3,000 1510 - ORIGINAL HOLCOMB & HOKE BUTTER KISTWICH SANDWICH TOASTER STAND. 36 - 1/2” x 23 - 1/2” x 55”. An unusual sandwich toaster, most likely from a carnival or circus where sandwiches were toasted and sold. With heated toaster top, relish wells and cutting board. The light up sign on top is a fantastic addition only adding to the rarity and value. A beautiful restoration makes this sandwich stand complete. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 2,000 - 4,000

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1511 - 10¢ ROCKET SHIP GRIP TESTER. 71” x 45” x 45”. The perfect space age arcade grip tester. Very well constructed with a steel body and legs. It has a 84” power cord and includes two keys. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

1512 - 1¢ BAT A PENNY CORP. “BAT-A-PENNY” BASEBALL GAME. 17” x 13” x 8 - 1/4”. This very rare and interesting skill game has a cast-iron body, painted in red atop a dark oak base. Insert a penny and press the lever to shoot the coin into either of the three bases or “out” slots. The arcade machine is slightly interactive with the bases or “out” areas in the field lighting up if made. Manufactured by Bat-A-Penny Corp. in 1928. Displays refinished case with some fading to play field. Has key. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1513 - 10¢ WATLING HOROSCOPE SCALE. 16 - 1/2” x 25” x 63”. Watling horoscope scale in all original condition. Scale has paint loss and some minor denting to the case, however the graphics and front panels are in very good condition. Circa 1955. Works and has key. (Good). 800 - 1,500

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1514 - LOT OF 2: PEO MFG CO. “BARN-YARD GOLF” AND PACE MFG CO. “WHIZ BALL” GAMES. Larger: 17 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/4”. A great pair of counter top arcade games. The first is a Peo manufacturing “Barn-Yard Golf” game in restored condition. Working and with keys. The second is a Pace “Whiz Ball” game also in restored condition. Working and with keys. (Restored). 800 - 1,500 1515 - 5¢ ROLL-ITT GAME OF SKILL. 8” x 34” x 18 - 1/2”. Game appears to have been made by Keeney & Sons Mfg. It is a skill game where balls are shot onto a play field where they drop through numerated holes and accumulate in a tally field to show the score. Signs of use, some scuffs and abrasions, original condition. A very interesting game, needing to load balls to operate. Has key. (Good). 800 - 1,400 1516 - HIT THE DECK PINBALL GAME. 9” x 16 - 1/2” x 26”. A great counter pinball game called “Hit the Deck”. A card themed pinball with great graphics and beautiful oak cabinet. No keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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LOT - 1516 LOT - 1515 1517 - LOT OF 2: SEVEN GRAND DICE TRADE STIMULATOR & CHALLENGER GUN GAME. Larger: 15 - 1/4” x 23 - 1/4” x 9 3/4”. A pair of counter top coin-op games. First is a “Seven Grand” one dice game. Beautiful mahogany case with original award card and cast components. Working with key. Second is an all original Challenger gun game with original decals. Working and with key. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,500 LOT - 1517

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1518 - LOT OF 3: 2 ASCO CAMERA CHIEF PICTURE VIEWERS WITH FRAMED ADVERTISEMENT. Each: 12”D. x 8-1/2”W. x 10”T. & 11”W. x 14”T. This lot is comprised of two Camera Chief 3D picture viewers. These machines were manufactured in 1940 for ASCO Vending Machine Exchange. The vivid school bus yellow cabinet has been restored and features images of an Indian chief and sailor boys. Works well and includes keys. Additionally there is a framed advertisement for the Camera Chief. There are two faint creases running horizontally through the paper. (Very Good - Excellent). 700 - 1,200

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1519 - 5¢ ACE HIGH PINBALL GAME. 37 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/4” x 34”. This is an all-original early non-mechanical pinball game called Ace High. Beautiful play field of cards in bright vibrant color. Original finish and paper, with legs. Missing back door. No keys. (Good). 600 - 1,200 1520 - LOT OF 3: PAIR OF ESC CARD MACHINES & LUCKY PHOTO TRADE STIMULATOR. Largest: 18 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/4” x 12 - 1/2”. Three card machines. The first and second is a pair of Exhibit Supply company card dispensing machines. Original paint and retaining some cards. Working and with keys. The third is a very unusual trade stimulator where the patron deposits 5¢ and receives a card with a number. Numbers ending in 0 to 5 receive 10¢ in trade. The machine advertises that it has 64 different cards, so no duplicate photos. In restored condition with original instruction paper. Working with keys. (Very Good - Restored). 800 - 1,500 1521 - RESTORED AIRPLANE CEILING FAN. 24” x 26” x 8”. Fully restored GE airplane ceiling fan. Silver and red paint with down rod for low ceiling. Untested. (Restored). 800 - 1,500

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1522 - SODA SHOP STYLE LEADED GLASS LAMP. 71 - 1/4” x 14” x 14”. Circa 1920’s. Soda shop style leaded glass lamp with agate base has beautiful beautiful styled leaded glass shade with ornate agate and wood base. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 1523 - COLUMBUS “TRI-MORE” TRIPLE VENDOR WITH LOCKS. 45” x 24” x 16”. A fully restored Columbus Tri-More vending machine with original columbus barrel locks. Replaced globes with new decals on original stand. All three machines work. With keys. (Restored). 1,000 - 1,500 1524 - SCOOPY MANUFACTURING CO. “SCOOPY” TRIPLE VENDOR WITH STAND. 49” x 25” x 13”. This is a restored AM Co. triple model “Scoopy” gumball machine on an original stand. Operation includes “Scoopy” character picking a gumball from the oven and depositing it in the chute. The two vendors on the side operate separately and gave the patron a choice of other confections. Comes with a framed piece of original literature. Working with key. (Restored). 1,500 - 2,500

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1525 - 10¢ STONER MFG. CO. UNIVENDER CANDY MACHINE. 30” x 15” x 72”. The Stoner Manufacturing Corp. produced these great vendors from 1931-1939. It features a statuesque cabinet with great Art Deco styling that has undergone a beautiful restoration. With seven candy selections to choose from, patrons may either deposit nickels or dimes to vend their treats. Includes keys. (Restored). 2,000 - 4,000 1526 - NATIONAL VENDING MACHINE CO. BLACK DIAMOND PEPSIN GUM. 16” x 4 - 3/4” x 6 - 1/2”. This 1905 vending machine by National Vending Machine Co. vended Black Diamond pepsin gum made by the Bethlehem Mfg. Co. All wood case with descriptive paper overlay and metal coin entry. This example is all original with the exception of the right side paper overlay. A very hard vending machine to find. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 102. Without key, but opens. (Good). 3,000 - 4,000 190

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1527 - HOLCOMB & HOKE BUTTER KIST POPCORN MACHINE. 78” x 39” x 23 - 1/2”. Called “The Profit Maker”, this Holcomb & Hoke near-perfectly restored machine is complimented with extra high-grade casters for easy movement, a built-in “Hot Nut” roaster, an original “ButterKist” globe, a side shelf and a parts catalog. Every nickel-plated part has a high gloss sheen that is accentuated by the immaculately restored mahogany wood. Known in the 1920’s to pay five times as much profit per square foot of floor space than anything else known to trade. Occupying only 26” x 32” of floor space, this machine was boasted by Holcomb & Hoke to generate $2 - $15 per day profit to drug stores, five and dime stores, candy stores, theaters, department stores and saloons. Don’t miss this opportunity to own a certain center piece in any setting. (Restored) 5,000 - 15,000

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1528 - HOLCOMB & HOKE POPCORN MACHINE. 82” x 66” x 25 - 1/2”. This Holcomb & Hoke has commonly been referred to as “The Fountain of Corn” because of the movement of kernels in the lower window. The movement of popcorn coupled with the near-perfect restorations pushes the appeal of this machine over the top. In working order. The spinning lighted top pieces has replacement advertising glass panels. The nickel plating is high gloss and shows nicely next to the rich mahogany wood. Included with machine is a signed letter to the owner of the machine explaining the price of a 100 pound bags of corn, dated September 21st, 1921. A stunning example of a rare and wonderful piece of history that is certain to please whomever sees this machine in action. Also includes a rare “Hot Nut” vendor in perfect working order. (Restored) 6,000 - 12,000 192

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1529 - O.D. JENNINGS THE COMET BALL GUM AND FORTUNE. 14” x 13 - 1/2” x 20”. Coin-operated gum ball vendor and fortune telling machine produced by O.D. Jennings in 1927. The cast-aluminum front has a multitude of designs including a wizard, a fortune teller, and the infamous black cat. This is a fantastic original, and one of the best ever seen. Original condition with original paint, dial and back door. Has key. (Excellent). 3,000 - 4,000

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1530 - STOLLWERCK’S GUM AND CHOCOLATE VENDING MACHINE. 10 - 1/4” x 9” x 33”. An overall excellent example of this late 19th century gum and chocolate vendor by Volkmann Stollwerck and Co., Pat. 1892. Wood construction with wood-grain porcelain panels and excellent original porcelain marquee. With all original labels and original paper instructions. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 180. Has key. (Excellent). 2,500 - 3,500 1531 - 1¢ HANCE REX GOOSE NECK GUM BALL MACHINE. 13 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2”. This Hance Foundry “Rex” machine is made of cast-iron, with original paint and nickel finish, original cylinder globe and replaced decal. The machine shows signs of use and age with loss to paint and nickel finish. Has original side door and key, works. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 71. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500

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1532 - LOT OF 2: 15¢ CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINE AND 5¢ TOWEL AND SOAP VENDER. Larger: 33 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/4” x 9”. A pair of great vending machines. The first is a 15¢ cigarette vendor in restored condition. A wonderful restoration that retains the original operators paper in the front frame. Works great, with keys. The second is an unusual vending machine for a towel and soap. Manufactured by the Chicago Gum and Candy corp, this machine is in original Art Deco strong with original paint and decals. Includes some product. A seldom seen great vending machine. Working and with keys. (Restored - Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000 1533 - 1¢ NATIONAL AUTOMATIC CHEWING GUM MACHINE. 17 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/2” x 3 1/2”. Manufactured in 1917 by National Automatic Vending Machine Co., this Model G 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 appearing to be new old stock. Works perfectly when filled with Andres Mints. No key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 100. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 1534 - 1¢ COIN-OP DIXIE CUP CO. “CUP VENDING MACHINE”. Largest: 26 - 1/2” x 3 - 1/2” x 3 - 1/2”. This is a rare version of this paper cup vending machine for Dixie cups, marked “Dixies”. The Art Deco cast dispenser is in all original condition with wall bracket and comes with the original Art Deco glass cylinder. All original and in excellent condition. Has key. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500

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1535 - LOT OF 2: MUNVES “TID-BIT” AND BRINKS “ZIPPER” COUNTER TOP GAMES OF SKILL. Larger: 15 - 3/4” x 15 - 3/4” x 12 - 1/2”. A pair of counter top games of skill. The first is a Munve’s “Tid-Bit”, a coin-flip game where you attempt to catch your coin to get it returned and receive a confection. Newer paint and replacing of the coin mechanism. Working and with key. The second is a counter top arcade game produced by Binks Industries Inc. in 1932. Patrons are given five balls for every game play. The cabinet is oak and shows moderate wear. Complete with the original award card and nice colored play field. Working and with key. (Restored - Very Good). 800 - 1,200 1536 - 5 OR 10¢ TROPICAL TRADING CO. “THE CHALLENGER” HOT NUT VENDING MACHINE. 49 - 1/2” x 22” x 15”. Tropical Trading co. Challenger hot nut vending machine with cup dispenser and stand. New decals on original globes, works well, cord is frayed. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 183. Has keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 600 - 1,200 194

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1537 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ “SILVER COMET” CIGARETTE VENDORS. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 6” x 8 - 1/2”. A pair of Silver Comet cigarette vending machines from Red Coat Products corp in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Both are in original paint, one has signs of wear and use with scuffs and scratches, the other shows signs of little use with light scuffing, most likely never used. Both work and have keys. (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,000 1538 - LOT OF 2: ADAMS CHEWING GUM AND CHICLETS DENTYNE GUM VENDORS. Larger: 22 - 3/4” x 10” x 4 - 1/2”. A pair of vending machines. The first is a beautiful four-column tab gum vending machine marked with an original decal for Adams gum. Chrome finish is excellent and the decal is near 100%. Works with key. The second is a Mills Subway tab gum machine in unused condition. with original shipping box. Painted crinkle finish, with the tab gum weights, original decal, working and with keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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1539 - ESCO SPACE & ASTRONAUT CARD VENDOR. 23 - 3/4” x 13” x 10”. A fantastic 2¢ card vendor from the beginning of the Space Race in the 1960’s. With a selection of cards included, this ESCO card machine represents a time when we were mesmerized by the idea of space travel. In original condition with a detailed front graphic. Working with key. (Good). 600 - 1,200 1540 - LOT OF 2: 15¢ U-NEED-A-PAK CIGARETTE PACK VENDING MACHINE & 30¢ ELDE, INC “DIAL-A-SMOKE” CIGARETTE VENDOR. 26 - 1/4” x 15” x 10”. A pair of restored cigarette vending machines. First is a counter version of the U-Need-A-Pak cigarette pack vending machine with 15¢ operation. This example works and has keys. The second is a wonderful restoration of this Elde Mfg. Co. “Dial-A-Smoke” vending machine. From the 1940’s, showing eye catching design on a wall-hanging dial selection vending machine. Has keys. (Restored). 600 - 1,200 1541 - 10¢ AND 5¢ SMOKETERIA CIGARETTE VENDOR. 26” x 13” x 22”. Simply a fantastic cigarette vending machine from the early 20th century. Full-view product design with glass all around, cast coin entry and brass instruction plate. Machine includes two vending options, a 5¢ and 10¢ vendor. A beautifully restored example, working and with key. Retains original embossed brass instruction panel on top and brass maker’s tag on side. (Restored). 600 - 1,200

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1542 - LAMPAGRAPH PHONOGRAPH LAMP. 28” x 18 - 1/2” x 18 - 1/2”. Phonograph lamp by the Lampagraph Company. Original nickel plating, new shade and trim, electric operation with new cord, untested. Original unrestored condition. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1543 - POLYPHON COIN-OPERATED DISC PLAYER WITH 80 DISCS. 51” x 27 - 3/4” x 15 - 3/4”. Coin-operated Polyphon 19 - 1/2” disc music player. Operates on an english penny, in original finish, double comb, not restored. A very nice original example of this disc music box. Comes with about 80 discs, most need to be cleaned. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1544 - POLYPHON 11” COIN-OP DISC MUSIC BOX. 36” x 19 - 1/2” x 12”. Quaint size coin-operated Polyphon disc music box. Walnut and burl inlays, original marquee, operates on an english penny. Some signs of wear and use including light scratches and scuffs. Comes with 10 discs. (Good). 2,000 - 3,000 1545 - GRIESBAUN SINGING BIRD BOX AUTOMATON WITH BIRD KEY. 4 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/2” x 1 - 3/4”. German maker Griesbaum singing bird box automata. Silver plate with enamel inlay, this bird box operates perfectly. The tiny bird is near mint, with great color and feathers, and the box sounds strong and clear. Has bird winding key. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500 1546 - OAK OLYMPIA DISC MUSIC BOX. 43” x 22” x 24”. A quartered oak carved Olympia music box in very nice condition. The case appears to have been refinished at some time. Double comb, with three discs. Plays and sounds beautiful. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1547 - RISTAUCRAT “S-45” COUNTER TOP 45 RPM MUSIC PLAYER. 17 - 1/4” x 13 - 1/2” x 17”. This 45 RPM counter top juke box was made by Ristaucrat out of Appleton, Wisconsin. This example is in great original condition showing minimal wear and intact graphics to the front. Has key and is currently untested. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600

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1548 - WURLITZER MODEL 1015 JUKEBOX. 59” x 33” x 24”. An older restoration of this iconic Wurlitzer “bubbler” 1015 jukebox. Some replaced plastics, nice veneer, in working order with keys. (Restored). 3,000 - 5,000

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1549 - NOSTOLGIC ROCK-OLA PEACOCK CD JUKEBOX. 64” x 34” x 25 - 1/2”. Nostalgic Rock-Ola “one more time” CD Jukebox. In as new condition. With keys. (Excellent). 2,500 - 5,000

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1550 - LOT OF 2: RADIOTEL AND COINOTEL RADIOS. Larger: 26 - 1/2” x 17” x 12”. A pair of great coin operated hotel radios. The first is a Coinotel made by National Coin Radio-Tele. It is a console or night stand version in excellent original condition. All original knobs and dial lights. The second is a Radiotel table model coin operated radio, also in excellent condition. All original and lights. Great examples of coin-op not often available to the collector market. Both radios have upgraded components and are working, and with operative coin mechanisms. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 1551 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #130. 19 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/2” x 14 - 3/4”. National Cash Register Model Co. #130 is a restored red bronze candy store style register with scroll pattern, original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and original breast plate with raised letters reading “CAPEN BROS”. Serial number 387097. (Restored) 800 - 1,200

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1552 - AMERICAN CANDY STORE MODEL #1 WITHOUT TOP SIGN. 22 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 15 - 3/4”. American Candy Store model #1 without top sign is restored, made of bronze, reads “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and has serial number 34389. (Restored) 1,500 - 2,000 1553 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #30. 21” x 8 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. model #30 with fine scroll is restored nickel and without original top sign, reads “AMOUNT PURCHASED” with side mounted day/night clock and serial number S14701. (Restored) 1,000 - 1,500 1554 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #52. 21 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. model #52 is a restored red bronze register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” side-mounted clock, and original breast plate reading “LEONARD GEIGER”. Serial number 203127. (Restored) 2,000 - 3,000

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1555 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #47. 22” x 17 - 1/2” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. model #47 is a restored red bronze register with “Snub Nose Model” Dolphin pattern and original top sign reading “PAY HERE”. Serial number 393745. (Restored) 1,500 - 3,000 1556 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #6. 22” x 16 - 1/2” x 15 - 3/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #6 is a restored nickel plated candy store style register with Fleur-de-Lis pattern, extended metal base and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 589377. (Restored) 1,000 - 2,000 1557 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #33. 22 - 3/8” x 16” x 15 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Co. model #33 is a restored red bronze register with fine scroll, original top sign reading “THIS REGISTERS THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE”, original breast plate reading “JONES & O’BRIEN” and side-mounted clock. Serial number 99613. (Restored) 1,000 - 2,000 1558 - HALLWOOD LEADER. 24 - 1/2” x 18 - 1/4” x 18 - 1/2”. Hallwood Leader is a restored nickel-plated brass register with original top sign reading “THE LAST TRANSACTION”. Serial number L1477. (Restored) 1,000 - 2,000

LOT - 1555 1559 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #31. 22 - 1/2” x 15 - 3/4” x 15 - 1/8”. National Cash Register Co. Model #31 is a restored red bronze register with fine scroll pattern, original top sign reading “THIS REGISTERS THE AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASE” and rope rail. Serial number 65055. (Restored) 1,000 1,500 1560 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #216. 20 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 15 - 3/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #216 is a yellow brass register with Fleur-de-Lis pattern, original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”, a personalized breast plate reading “E.W. PENROD” and which has not been restored. Serial number 631431. (Very Good) 800 - 1,500 LOT - 1556

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1561 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #2. 17 - 1/2” x 16 - 3/4” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. model #2 is a restored red bronze register with wide scroll and no top sign. Serial number 18544. (Restored) 800 - 2,000

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1564 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #5. 21” x 9” x 15 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #5 is a restored register with nickel plate and fine scroll, is without original top sign, reads “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and has serial number 347129. (Restored) 800 - 1,500

1562 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #5. 20 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 15 - 3/4”. National Cash Register Co. model #5 is a restored red brass candy store cash register with Fleur-de-Lis pattern and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and personalized raised-letter breast plate reading “JOHN HERZINGER”. Serial number 439748. (Restored) 800 - 1,500

1565 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #12. 20 - 3/4” x 9 - 1/4” x 15 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Company Model #12 is a restored nickel-plated candy store register with fine scroll and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial no. 550716. (Restored) 800 - 1,500

1563 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #216. 21” x 9 - 1/4” x 15 - 3/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #216 is a copper oxidized candy store style register with Fleur-de-Lis pattern, original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and has not been restored. Serial number 1209469. (Very Good) 800 - 1,200

1566 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #333-2. 23” x 17 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. model #333-2 is a restored nickel plate Dolphin pattern register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and “POOL & BILLIARDS”. Serial number 884106. (Restored) 500 - 1,000

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1567 - WATLING WOOD SLOT WITH SIDE VENDOR. 22 - 1/2” x 20” x 14 - 1/4”. Circa 1912 by Watling Manufacturing, this counter top slot machine retains the original gold and red painted “Gum Vendor” lettering on the front of the dark patina wood cabinet adorned with two Watling partial decals. This machine has original reel strips and front castings with replaced marquee, coin entry, back door and a simply wonderful original side vendor. The marquee lists the payment for winning combinations in trade checks. Three keys and a padlock are included. (Very Good). 6,000 - 9,000

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1568 - 5, 10 & 25¢ O.D. JENINNGS “TRIPLEX CHIEF” SLOT MACHINE. 29” x 18” x 16”. 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. Plays nicely. Circa 1938. With keys. (Restored). 4,000 - 6,000

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1569 - 10¢ JENNINGS CLUB CHIEF SUPER DELUXE SLOT WITH FOUR KEYS. 60” x 19” x 18”. An older restoration of this 10¢ Jennings Club Chief in original console. Original reel strips, award car, and back door. No ashtray liners. Plays and pays. Has keys. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1570 - 1¢ CAILLE SILENT SPHINX SLOT WITH ORIGINAL STAND. 55” x 20” x 18 - 1/2”. This very rare Caille Brothers’ Silent Sphinx was innovative because it was significantly more quiet than its predecessors. This particular machine is all original including the award cards, paint, back door with instructions inside and coin box. Comes with an original stand with hold down strap. There is oxidation and faded paint loss throughout, however, this untouched version with original stand is hard to improve on. With keys. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1571 - 5¢ MILLS FUTURITY WITH PERIOD METAL STAND. Larger: 17” x 17” x 35 - 1/4”. This is a Mills Novelty Co. slot machine, manufactured in 1935 and was given an interesting feature. If a patron has yet to win in the nine times they have played then on the tenth turn, the patron will win their money back. Housed in a wood cabinet with a cast aluminum front, highly restored in an emerald green finish. The mechanism has also been painted grey and reel strips and award card replaced. It has a single jackpot reserve and two payout cups. Functions properly with Futurity mechanism complete and working. One key is included. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 1572 - CHESAPEAKE BEACH PARK BINGO GAME WITH KEY. 103”L x 26 - 1/2”D x 83”H. Five-player bingo game for Chesapeake Beach Park. All original condition with excellent graphics and back glass. Some veneer trim to the foot rest needs to be re-glued, complete and untested. Has keys. (Very Good). 2,000 - 5,000

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LOT - 1575 1574 - 1¢ CHARLES FEY THREE JACKS COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”D x 13”W x 18”T. Counter top coin-flip game with three jackpot banks. In original and unrestored condition, showing some wear throughout. Includes two keys. Circa 1930’s. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1573 - $1 MILLS HIGH TOP SLOT MACHINE WITH STAND. 26 - 1/2” x 16” x 16”. A real nice example of the $1 Mills hightop “Special Award” slot with a new stand in oak. Slot is all original, including the lock and key, reel cards, award plate and back door. Showing little wear, a great all original slot machine. Has key. 1,500 - 2,500

1575 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY AIKENS FRONT “EXTRA BELL” SLOT MACHINE. 26” x 16” x 15 - 1/4”. This beautiful Mills Novelty Co. slot machine has an older restoration. Also called New Blue or Extra Bell, this three reel machine has original reel strips. Plays and pays. With keys. (Restored). 1,500 - 2,500

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1576 - 10¢ CAILLE SILENT SPHINX SLOT MACHINE. 24” x 16” x 13 - 1/2”. Still in its original form with new inset paint to front casting, and retains the original three reel strips and award card. 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. Has key. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000

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1577 - 1¢ GOTTLIEB TRIP-L-JAX COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 10”D x 13”W x 17-1/2”T. A nice coin-flip game with nicely detailed castings and three front jackpots. The wooden pin field retains the original manufacturer and instructions labels. Circa 1930. With two keys. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1578 - 5¢ O.D. JENNINGS RAINBOW COUNTER POCKET TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”D x 15-1/2”W x 19”T. O.D. Jennings produced this counter top flip-coin game in 1932. The face is cast-aluminum and glass while the pin field is painted wood. A nice original and unrestored machine with the base showing some warping. One key is included. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1579 - 5, 10 & 25¢ PACE TRIPLAY THREE PLAY CONSOLE BELL SLOT MACHINE. 24”D x 24”W x 46”T. A unique style of slot machine produced by Pace Manufacturing in 1947. This slot machine features three separate coin slots, one for 5¢, 10¢ and 25¢. Each of the coin slots illuminates when a coin is played. Any winnings are paid out into a drawer on the front of the cabinet for players to retrieve at their leisure. With a 65” electrical cord and two keys. Plays nicely. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500 1580 - 1¢ JENNINGS CLUB CHIEF SUPER SLOT MACHINE. 27 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/4” x 15”. Original Chinese front Jennings 1¢ Club Chief Slot in original condition. Reel strips, award card, back door are all original. There are a few smalls tree cracks in the wood cabinet, and the front casting was polished some time ago. Plays and Pays. Has key. (Very Good). 900 - 1,800 1581 - 5¢ PACE BANTAM SLOT MACHINE. 20” x 15” x 14”. Pace Mfg. introduced this three-quarter sized slot machine to the market in 1933. It operates with a nickel and gives players the opportunity to win the contents of its jackpot bank. Showing an older restoration with replacement award card and original reel strips. Working with key. (Good). 800 - 1,600

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1582 - 5¢ O.D. JENNINGS STAR BRAND SLOT. 23” x 16” x 14”. This Duchess “Star Brand” three-reel slot machine has fortune telling reels, a repainted front casting, refinished case, a bent coin rejecter, and jackpot. Circa 1933. Plays and pays. With key. (Restored). 800 - 1,600 1583 - 10¢ JENNINGS OPERATORS BELL SLOT MACHINE. 25 - 1/2” x 16” x 14 - 1/4”. 10¢ Three-reel slot machine with dark wood cabinet and cast metal accents. Has replaced reel strips and reproduction award card. Circa 1927. Plays and pays, with key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1584 - 5¢ CALLE SUPERIOR JACKPOT BELL SLOT MACHINE. 25” x 17” x 13 - 1/2”. Caille three reel version of the Superior Jackpot Bell slot machine. Green painted case and polished front casting, with original reel strips and award card. Plays and pays. Has key. (Restored). 800 - 1,400 1585 - 25¢ JENNINGS DUTCH BOY SLOT MACHINE. 25” x 15 - 1/4” x 14 - 1/4”. This three-reel slot machine appears to be an old restoration, with polished front casting and refinished cabinet. With original reel strips and replaced award card. O.D. Jennnings produced these machines during the late 1920’s to early 1930’s. Plays and pays. With keys. (Restored). 800 - 1,500

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1586 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. OPERATORS BELL SLOT MACHINE. 24” x 17” x 15”. A Mills Novelty Co. slot machine, also known as the Spearmint, manufactured in 1920. The cast-iron front displays a lovely embossed case, detailed in red. An early restoration with replaced reel strips, award card, and inpaint details to the front casting. Plays and has key. (Restored). 800 - 1,500 1587 - 5¢ MILLS TOKEN BELL SLOT. 26” x 18” x 15”. Mills Novelty produced this slot machine around 1949. It features a two-toned green cabinet with golden accents and central jackpot bank. With a loaded dispenser of golden tokens. Wear can be seen throughout as well as paint loss to the wooden base. Working with key. 800 - 1,600 1588 - 10¢ MILLS BLACK CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 17” x 15 - 1/2” x 26”. Very nice original black cherry mills slot machine. Original reel strips and back door, works and pays perfectly. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400 1589 - 10¢ MILLS HIGH TOP SLOT MACHINE. 17” x 15” x 27”. Nice example of a 10¢ Mills high top in original black paint with original reel strips and award card. Has signs of wear and several scratches to the paint but otherwise plays and pays. Has key. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400

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1590 - 5¢ MILLS JEWEL BELL HIGHTOP SLOT MACHINE. 26 - 1/2” x 17” x 16”. An unrestored Mills novelty 5¢ hightop slot machine with original real strips, award card, and back door. Plays and pays well. Has keys. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400 1591 - LOT OF 2: SHELSPESHEL CHARLES SHELLY TOKEN PAYOUT & MILLS TARGET PRACTICE TRADE STIMULATORS. 14 - 1/2” x 14 - 1/2” x 12 1/4”. The Shelspeshel Trade Stimulator by Charles Shelly Ltd. is an Australian machine. 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. Some tokens included. Made of cast-iron and steel. Some paint loss to steel case exterior, has original coin box and keys. Circa 1947 The Mills Target Practice has original instruction card and mechanics. Signs of wear to the nickel plating with some loss of finish to the front door. Includes keys. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,500 1592 - LOT OF 2 GROETCHEN TRADE STIMULATORS; 1¢ 21 & 1¢ MERCURY. 11 - 3/4” x 13 - 3/4” x 10”. The Groetchen 21 trade stimulator is played similarly to a round of black jack. The initial spin only reveals two reels. Players uncover subsequent reels in hopes of getting 21 and beating the house. Plays nicely. Circa 1936. One key is provided. The Groetchen Mercury Trade simulator. All original with reel strips and award cards and paint. Gumball vender is present and operative. Has key. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1593 - BUCKLEY 5¢ PILGRIM GUM TRADE STIMULATOR. 12 - 1/4” x 12” x 9 - 1/2”. This Pilgrim is in original oxidized gold paint with original reel strips and award card. This version also has a cast top with the pilgrim name as opposed to the applied tin pilgrim sign found on most. With working gum vendor. A great example of this trade stimulator. Has key. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000

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1594 - LOT OF 2: DAVAL MARVEL TRADE STIMULATOR AND MILLS TARGET PRACTICE. 8” x 11” x 11”. Lot of two trade stimulators. First is a Daval Marvel in original paint, reel strips and award card. Works great. Second is a Mills Target Practice in original patina with original instructions and award cards. Both machine have keys. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1595 - 1¢ ROCKOLA HOLD AND DRAW TRADE STIMULATOR. 13 - 1/4” x 14” x 9”. This Rock-Ola trade stimulator features five card reel strips and advertises winnings in skill points from 2 to 40 if certain hands of poker are obtained. Offers a stunning cast-aluminum Art Deco appearance in very good original condition. In working condition. Circa 1934. Has key (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1596 - 25¢ PIERCE TOOL CO. “WHIRLWIND” TRADE STIMULATOR. 13 - 1/2” x 9 - 3/4” x 9 - 3/4”. The Whirlwind was first introduced in 1933 by Pierce Tool & Mfg. Co. with three concentric discs but too many problems arose. Thus came this corrected version with three reel strips replacing the discs. The Art Deco style cast-aluminum cabinet is nicely detailed in red and blue with minor wear throughout. 25¢ operation is unusual. Has key. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

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1597 - LOT OF 2: PACE MFG. CO “DANDY VENDOR” AND “HOLE-E-SMOKES”. Each: 11 - 1/2” x 9 - 3/4” x 9 - 3/4”. A nice pair of Pace trade stimulators. The first id a “Dandy Vendor” in original condition with new paint and working gum vendor. The second is a “Hol-E-Smokes” in polished condition with new paint and working gum dispenser. Both with original reel strips, award cards, and keys. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1598 - LOT OF 2: DAVAL “TIC-TAC-TOE” AND BAKER “PICK-A-PACK” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 11 - 1/4” x 11” x 8”. A pair of great counter top trade stimulators. The first is a small, black counter top game of Tic-Tac-Toe which allows the player to win a number of cigarettes for each winning combination of Xs and Os, and awards the player with a ball of gum. Made by Daval Manufacturing Co. around 1936. Repainted and working with keys. The second is a small trade stimulator which has three dice that bear logos of various cigarette companies. If the player matched three of a kind, they would win a pack of cigarettes. There are three buttons for the player to push to “hold” dice and roll again to obtain the desired match. All original condition with some scuffs and loss of paint. A fun game to play. Circa 1939 by Baker Novelty Co. Working. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1599 - LOT OF 2: GROETCHEN “BALL-GUM” AND 1¢ BUCKLEY “CENT A PACK” TRADE STIMULATORS. Each: 12” x 9 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/4”. A pair of counter trade stimulators. the first is a Groetchen Tool Co. “Ball Gum” with original fruit reels and matching award card. Polished front casting with new inset paint, working and with keys. The second is a Buckley Mfg. “Cent a Pack” trade stimulator with original cigarette reels and matching award card. Polished case and new inset paint. working and with keys. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

LOT - 1601 1600 - LOT OF 2: 5¢ DAVAL “STEP UP” AND BENNETT “DOUGH BOY”. Larger: 11” x 11 - 1/2” x 7”. A pair of counter trade stimulators. The first is a Daval “Step-Up”. This game is not coin-operated, however, it did require the player to pay the proprietor prior to use. Players use a special key through a hole on the side of the cabinet to drop small colored balls into the window. Players received prizes for certain colors of balls, ranging from 10¢ to $25 in trade. Circa 1939. Working and with keys. The second is a 1¢ Paul Bennet & Co “Dough Boy” with a wooden cabinet and four small reels. The player calculates their skill points based on the numbers the reels spin. There is a door on the front where a confection was vended. Both machines are in original condition, complete and working with keys. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1601 - LOT OF 2: AUTOMATIC “RECEIVING TELLER” MACHINES. Each: 13 - 1/2” x 13” x 6 - 1/4”. This is a pair of Automatic receiving Teller machines, basically a form of a bank where you would deposit your loose change in the appropriate slot and the teller machine would keep track of the total. The machine dispensed stamps that were subsequently pasted in a book as a form of record. Very early coin-op machines with a little twist. Working with keys. All original condition with a great look. (Very Good - Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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1602 - LOT OF 2: CANNON BALL GUM GAME AND SKILL CARDS GAME. Larger: 12 - 1/2” x 24” x 11”. A pair of counter top skill games. The first is a “Cannon Ball” Gum game where the patron deposits a coin to receive a ball to shoot into one of the holes and receive a gum ball. Restored condition. The second is a “Skill Cards” game where you maneuver balls in pinball fashion into the play field in the attempt to get a black jack hand. Excellent original condition and appears unused. Both are working and with keys. (Restored - Excellent). 600 - 1,200 1603 - 1¢ KEENEY & SONS “BABY VENDOR”. 18 - 1/4” x 14 - 3/8” x 9 - 3/4”. This very successful trade stimulator was manufactured in 1927. There were several makers of this “Baby Vendor” and this one is marked for Keeny and Sons. Painted wood case and all original castings with new award card and inset new paint to relief areas. One key is included. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1604 - MILLS NOVELTY CO “COUNTERETTE” TRADE STIMULATOR. 7” x 12 - 1/2” x 13”. This portable gambling device is electrical and must be plugged in prior to use. The lid to the wooden box flips open and the hinged handle on top serves as a stand to support the lid. Circa 1939 from Mills Novelty Co. The finish on the wood box is original and excellent. The odds table shows little wear. An excellent example of this later Mills trade stimulator. Comes with alternative framed play field. Has key. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 1605 - 1¢ KEENEY & SONS SPINNER WINNER COUNTER TOP TRADE STIMULATOR. 7 - 1/2” x 15” x 16 - 1/2”. Place bets in any of the slots above the spinner, pull the handle forward and watch the light spin. The light stops at the winning number. Manufactured by Keeney And Sons, Inc. from 1939 to 1941. Excellent original condition. Has key. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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1606 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ DAVAL “AMERICAN EAGLE” AND 1¢ GROETCHEN “LIBERTY” TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 11” x 8 - 1/4” x 8 - 3/4”. A pair of trade stimulators. The first is a Groetchen Tool Liberty in restored condition. New paint, original reel strips and award plate. Working and with keys. The second is a Daval American Eagle Trade stimulator in new paint with original reel strips and award plate. Working and with keys. (Restored). 500 - 1,000

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1607 - 5¢ CHAS FEY SKILL DRAW TRADE STIMULATOR. 6 - 1/2” x 14 - 3/4” x 10 - 7/8”. Charles Fey improved on his earlier version of this poker themed game in 1935 by changing the wood cabinet to more of a rectangular shape and adding an A.B.T. coin slide. The paint is worn on the aluminum top and the cabinet retains most of the original finish and red, white and blue striping. One key is included. (Very Good). 700 - 1,500

1610 - 1¢ JENNINGS “CLUB VENDOR” TRADE STIMULATOR. 14” x 13” x 8”. Every player wins a gum ball, but if you match cigarette packs on the three reels, you might win some smokes. The aluminum cabinet is painted crinkle finish red and green with polished highlights and is in original condition with some paint loss and scratches. The reel mechanism is still very crisp. O.D.Jennings circa 1938. Has key. (Very Good). 400 - 800

1608 - 1¢ O.D. JENNINGS LITTLE MYSTERY ROULETTE BALL GUM TRADE STIMULATOR. 5 - 1/4” x 10 - 3/4” x 18”. 1¢ Little Mystery “Ball Gum” roulette style trade stimulator manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1934. The cabinet is made of wood with a cast-aluminum top in very good original condition. Works well. With key. (Very Good). 400 - 800

1611 - 1¢ OFFICIAL SWEEPSTAKES GUM TRADE STIMULATOR. 15 - 1/2” x 13 - 1/4” x 12. This trade stimulator is advertised as an amusement only machine and features a horse race theme. It was manufactured by Rock-Ola Mfg. Co. in 1933 to 1935 and has been restored to perfection. It has a nice wood cabinet and a cast-aluminum front with details of red, yellow and black. The interior is well kept, complete with horses, each of a different color. Missing the tilt indicator. Contains gumballs. Functions properly. restored 1,800 - 3,000

1609 - 1¢ NEW ERA MANUFACTURING CO. CIGARETTE TRADE STIMULATOR. 7” x 9” x 17”. This trade stimulator manufactured by New Era Mfg. Co. in 1934 has a green cast-iron body with a cast-aluminum top and base, detailed in red and blue. Push the penny through the coin slot and the green felt center will shake causing the three dice to move. Depending on what the dice lands on, patron may be able to receive their fortune read on the award card. Minimal wear throughout. A very nice example. No key. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1612 - LOT OF 2: “SPIN-IT” ALMOND VENDOR AND HORSE RACE TRADE STIMULATORS. Each: 10 - 1/2” x 7” x 6 - 1/2”. This is a pair of Shipman “Spin-It” Horse Race trade stimulators and almond vendors. Both machines are in original paint and have original decals and reels. Very little signs of wear. Nice examples of this fun vending machine. Has keys. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1613 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL LIBERTY AND 1¢ DAVAL COMET TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 10 - 1/4” x 9 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/4”. A pair of trade stimulators. The first is a Groetchen Tool Liberty in all-original condition. Working and with keys. The second is a Daval Comet Trade stimulator in new paint with original reel strips. Working and with keys. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1614 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ STANDARD GAMES WINDMILL & WINDMILL JR. COIN-DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. Larger: 20” x 13” x 5 - 3/4”. A pair of Standard Games Windmill drop-coin counter games. The “Jr.” collects 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 older restored cabinet. Includes key. Circa 1943. The “Windmill” operated basically the same way as the Jr, with a variation in the marquee. Circa 1943 as well. With restored cabinet and play field with little wear. Has key. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1615 - LOT OF 2: GATTER NOVELTY “BALL SHOOT” AND VICTOR BABY GRAND PENGUIN PINBALL. Larger: 15” x 21” x 9 - 1/4”. A pair of counter machines. The first is a Gatter Novelty “Ball Shooter” in restored condition. The metal marquee is original with replaced paper, works and vends. Has key. The second is a Victor Baby Grand Penguin Pinball in very good condition with signs of slight wear. It appears that the bottom case has been repainted, play field is bright and crisp. Works and has key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 194 for the Victor. (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,000 1616 - LOT OF 2: 25¢ JACKPOT CHARLEY HOLE PUNCH TRADE STIMULATOR AND TEST QUEST GRIP TESTER. Largest: 15”T x 13”W x 12”D. A pair of counter top machines. First is a Coin-Op Jackpot Charley Hole Punch game. 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. Comes with a separate wooden marquee that can be placed on or off. With key. Second is a Test Quest grip tester with a “fortune” feature in very good condition, working and with key. (Good - Very good) 400 - 800 212

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1617 - 5¢ GROETCHEN “PUNCHETTE” TRADE STIMULATOR. 9 - 1/2” x 14 - 3/4” x 8 - 1/2”. This trade stimulator has a dark navy aluminum body, partnered with a silver marquee. Award advertised is receiving a ticket for trade. Original marquee and paper. The machine works well. Manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. from 1936 to 1938. Has key. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1618 - LOT OF 2: DAVAL MARVAL AND AMERICAN EAGLE TRADE STIMULATORS. Each: 10 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/4” x 11 - 1/2”. A pair of trade stimulators. The first is a Daval Marvel with Gum vendor, original paint, original reel strips and award card. Has keys. The second is an American Eagle trade stimulator with gum vendor, new paint and original reel strips and gum vendor. Working with keys. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1619 - MYSTERY #29 “ADAMS 5-STAR” BALL GUM GAME. 19” x 15” x 10”. Little is known about these trade stimulator ball gum machines. You choose the color gumball you expect to be vended, and if you win, you get an additional package of Adams gum. All original condition with original paper. Has key. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

1620 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY LATER MODEL CARD VIEWER. 21 - 1/2” x 13 - 1/2” x 17”. This is a later model counter top arcade machine with an interesting subject from Exhibit Supply Company. When played the machine lights revealing a perfect A**, or donkey, whichever you prefer. The case has been refinished with painted highlights added. Original marquee, works and has key. (Good). 600 - 1,200 1621 - 5¢ BALLY FLEET-ALL PINBALL. 17” x 23 - 1/2” x 49”. A fantastic wood rail electro-mechanical pinball with a battleship theme. Great graphics and glass, with original legs. A wonderful pinball in hard to find theme. Has key. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 LOT - 1620

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1622 - 10¢ BALLY SPINNER ARCADE GAME. 42” x 29” x 29”. This is an all original Bally Spinner penny arcade machine. Up to four can play for 10¢, where the colored and number bells spin in the play field and the players have to catch them to score. Games to play include “Spin Poker”, and “High Score” Label on the inside of the play field states “gambling permitted”. Original condition, no key and untested. (Good). 500 - 1,000 1623 - 1¢ DAVAL MANUFACTURING “BEST HAND” COUNTER GAME. 20” x 12 - 3/4” x 9”. Daval manufactured this double spiral game in 1947. One spiral at a time may be played or both for competitive play. Each player tries to make the best poker hand out of where their five balls land. Excellent original condition with little wear. Has key. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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1624 - LOT OF 2: GUM/MINT DISPLAYS. Larger: 11” x 9 - 3/4” x 11 - 1/4”. Pair of counter top candy store items. First is a tin lifesavers display with marquee. Some scratches and oxidation is present. Bright graphics. Second is an Atlas Bantam candy machine with tray. Nice original label. Original patina finish. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1625 - 10¢ HAVE A COKE GUN-SHOOT SKILL GAME. 58 - 1/2” x 34” x 15”. Coke gun-shoot game with stand. Slightly faded with some wear to the paint. Complete and working. With key. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1626 - LOT OF 2: 5¢ KEENEY SCRAMBALL MACHINES. Each: 19 - 3/4” x 15 - 1/4” x 14 - 1/2”. Here is a pair of Keeney Scramball Countertop arcade style machines. Both are near mint, and one comes in its original shipping box with score cards and instructions. All original condition with keys. (Near Mint). 400 - 800 1627 - LOT OF 2: TIL-O-WIN AND TRY SKILL TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 14” x 13 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/2”. A pair of interesting counter top trade stimulators. The first is a Til-O-Win electric gaming wheel in restored condition with beautiful original graphics to the spinning wheel. The second is a Va-Po Co. “Try Skill” coin-drop game of skill. Machine has new paint to case with polished highlights. Working and with keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800 1628 - MINIATURE CHILDS COIN-OPERATED POOL TABLE AND SUPPLIES. 33 - 1/4” x 26 - 1/2” x 50”. Coin-operated child size pool table with all the supplies. Early vintage in original patina. Balls are used and a little faded. Comes with two cues. Working. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1629 - CAILLE “ARISTOCRAT” PENNY LOLLIPOP SCALE. 69” x 19” x 24 - 1/2”. A Caille Lollipop scale in as found condition. Chipping to the front sign, some chipping and staining to the porcelain, and currently not working. Has the original back door and lock with key, however the locking mechanism is currently not working. (Good). 400 - 800

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LOT - 1632 LOT - 1630 1630 - AMERICAN SCALE MFG CHARACTER READING FORTUNE SCALE. 52 - 1/2” x 15” x 27”. A porcelain fortune penny scale from the American Scale Mfg. Co., Washington DC. Original white porcelain with strong lettering, some oxidation to the cast components, chipping to the porcelain mainly at the base. Has a money back feature. Working. No key. (Good). 400 - 800 1631 - LOT OF 2: COLOR-ADO “HOT SHOT CHARLEY” AND CHIMEBOARD “CHIMEBOARD”. Larger: 24 - 1/2” x 14” x 3 - 1/2”. A pair of punch board games. first is a Color Ado “Hot shot Charley”. This is an aluminum frame with a stand and lighted magnifier that holds a punch block. “COLOR-ADO” is in raised lettering and painted. It has a 96” power cord. Two keys are included. Circa 1940’s. The second is a “Chimeboard” punch board game with graphics of Bikini clad women. Some fading to graphics, a very interesting electronic punch board. With key. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600 1632 - 10¢ GOATHEAD’S ATOM GUN. 14” x 11” x 29”. Unusual counter top arcade gun shoot game called “Atom Gun”. 10¢ operation, fully restored and works with key. (Restored). 300 - 600 1633 - 5¢ ESCO ROCK ‘N ROLL “THE CRAZY MAZE” GAME. 48” x 21” x 27”. Very retro counter top game of skill called the Crazy Maze, Rock and Roll. Manufactured by Exhibit Supply. Patron deposits a coin and gets several steel balls to maneuver thru a play field of obstacles and pitfalls to score. Nice original condition, circa 1950. With key. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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1634 - TABLE TOP DICE GAME. 22 - 1/2” x 22 - 1/2” x 5 - 1/2”. Nice Mahogany counter top dice game with three oversized dice. Original finish, missing top. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1635 - LOT OF 2: TABLE TOP GAMING DEVICES. Larger: 24 - 1/2” x 24 - 1/2” x 3”. A pair of gambling items. First is an original chuck-a-luck, nickel finish, original dice with bell. Second is a counter top gaming wheel, no indicator or makers name present. Original condition. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600 1636 - MILLS NOVELTY PORCELAIN PENNY SCALE. 46” x 24” x 13 - 1/2”. Yellow and black porcelain. Small chip at top right edge, working, with key. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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LOT - 1639 1637 - CONTEMPORARY CAROUSEL HORSE. 50 - 1/2” x 65” x 23 - 1/2”. A real nice example of a contemporary carousel horse in excellent condition. Great display piece with bright color and a patriotic look. (Excellent). 300 - 600 1638 - JIM SMOCK CARVED CAROUSEL HORSE. 25”D x 69”W x 70”T. A life-sized carved armored horse by artist Jim Smock that has been crafted with fine attention to detail. The barding features a rounded scale pattern as well as fringe around the edges. With authentic horse hair tail. Signed near the saddle by the artist and mounted to a wooden platform. This unpainted version of an incredibly stunning work of art is sure to get the attention of investment grade collectors. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 1639 - MIDLAND COUNTER TOP ELECTRICITY IS LIFE SHOCKER. 23 - 1/2” x 21” x 11”. Midland shocker in original finish and front sign. With correct side door and keys. some stress cracks to the wood case, and one replaced ball on the left handle. good 1,500 - 2,500 218

LOT - 1640 1640 - 1¢ ADAM’S HONEY GUM VENDING MACHINE. 12” x 11” x 30 - 1/2”. This four column vending machine has been seen in both a Tutti-Frutti version and this Honey Gum version. Dating to 1896, this early vending machine has four columns with individual brass coin entries for each column. This machine is in excellent original condition and a great addition to an advance collection. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 4. With key. (Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000

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1641 - NATIONAL VENDING COLGAN’S TAFFY TOLU TAB GUM MACHINE. 6 - 1/2” x 9” x 14 - 1/2”. Very early clock-work gum vending machine from the National Vending Machine Co., Pat 1902. This machine has an unusual feature of offering two sticks of gum every fifth penny. This machine is in original finish with some plating loss and with a 95% original front decal. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 149. Has key. (Very Good). 2,500 - 3,500 1642 - WRIGLEY’S FIGURAL GUM VENDING MACHINE. 6 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/4” x 17 - 1/2”. Figural five-column nickel vendor in the identity of the Wrigley logo. Constructed of tin and sheet metal, it retains original paint and all original paper. Wear and paper/paint loss overall, but a very rare machine. Made by the Harry Woolen Mfgrs of Los Angeles Ca. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 202. No key. (Very Good) 1,500 - 2,500 1643 - INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE “THE OLD MILL” VENDING MACHINE. 57 - 1/4” x 18” x 18”. Circa 1928, made by International Mutoscope Company. The highly embossed front aluminum casting on sheet metal body vending machine has a beautiful look with polished patina and restored paint. This machine made for the circus and carnival markets worked by inserting a penny, turning the knob, and the inside windmill blades turn to scoop out candies or gum balls and drop them into the chute. Does not have the original Mutoscope stand. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 79. Includes key. (Restored). 1,500 - 2,500 1644 - 5¢ “TRUCKY” ANIMATED GUM VENDOR. 45” x 20 - 1/2” x 20”. This is a fully restored “Trucky” animated gum vending machine from the 50’s. This machine delivers a gumball to the dump truck, which then travels to the chute to deliver it to the patron. Works sporadically, with keys. (Restored). 1,200 - 2,000

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1645 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY RECORDING ARTIST POST CARD VENDOR. 83” x 16 - 3/4” x 12”. A nice example of an Exhibit Supply Card Vendor for Recording Artists. Restored condition with new marquee, and with a small supply of “Artist” Cards. Working and with key. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000 1646 - 1¢ & 5¢ MASTER FANTAIL PEANUT AND BULK VENDING MACHINE. 16” x 8” x 8 - 1/2”. A great example of the granddaddy of all master machines, the “Fantail” Original condition with and old polish to the front, and working with keys. Decal age is unknown. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 105. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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1647 - 1¢ NATIONAL AUTOMATIC VENDING “SWEET CHOCOLATE” MACHINE. 17 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/2” x 3 - 1/2”. Model S Sweet Chocolate vendor made by the National Automatic Vending Machine Co. with latest patent date Dec. 18 1917. Sheet metal case is green with red and gold lettering throughout. Original condition with signs of little use. Has Key Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 100. (Very Good). 800 - 1,200 1648 - LOT OF 2: PULVER WALL MOUNT PORCELAIN VENDER AND CROWN “SNACKS”. Larger: 20 - 1/2” x 15” x 8”. A pair of beautifully restored vending machines. First is a later version Pulver gum wall mount porcelain vendor. Some touch ups to porcelain and re-nickel to the metal elements. Beautifully done, working with key. The second is a three compartment Art Deco design vendor, restored in new paint and working with key. (Restored). 800 - 1,400

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1649 - 5¢ UNITED STATES STAMP VENDING MACHINE. 13” x 8” x 9 - 1/2”. Made by the Anderson Die & Model Co., this stamp machine is made of cast-iron and is beautifully restored. There are not many survivors of this vending machine. Works and has keys. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 265. (Restored). 600 - 1,200 LOT - 1645 220

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1650 - LOT OF 2: INDOOR AMUSEMENT BALL GUM GAME AND NORRIS MASTER VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 19 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/4” x 11 1/4”. A nice pair of coin-op counter machines. The first is an Indoor Amusement Ball Gum counter game in restored condition. 1¢ operation with keys. The second is a Master 1¢ to 5¢ gumball machine in original condition with new paint and with original decal. Works on both coins and has keys. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 105 for the Master machine. (Restored). 600 - 1,200

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1651 - LOT OF 2: TOM THUMB AND COLUMBUS LAMP VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 15” x 10” x 9”. A very nice pair of original vending machines. The first one is a Tom Thumb Manufactured by the Fielding Mfg. Co in 1936. All original finish and patina retaining an original Tom Thumb Decal. Has key. The second is a Columbus Model 21 Lamp Variation with replaced ashtrays. Patent date of 1934. Original porcelain has some shipping to body, The electrical is untested and there is no shade. With two Columbus barrel locks and key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, pages 59 and 48. (Good). 600 - 1,200 1652 - 2¢ “PRIZE FIGHTERS” PICTURE CARDS MACHINE ON BASE. Larger: 36” x 23” x 16 - 1/2”. A two column card vendor in wood cabinet with 2¢ operation. Possibly Exhibit Supply Company. Comes with restored wooden stand. Operational and with key. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

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1653 - LOT OF 2: CEBCO HOT NUT AND OAK PEANUT VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 15”d x 49 - 1/2”t. A pair of peanut machines on stands and with cup dispensers. The Cebco hot nut has been polished some time ago, with original globes and new decals. With Vortex cup dispenser. The oak peanut has a tray base, restored in black and white. On a repainted stand with a Ajax cup dispenser. With keys for both. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good - Restored). 600 - 1,200

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1654 - 5¢ VENDEX, INC. PENCIL EMBOSSING VENDOR. 48” x 16” x 15”. Professionally restored on a matching base, this vending machine is unique in its ability to imprint up to 16 characters onto the product before dispensing. In excellent condition and operational. Includes one key. Patented Aug. 4, 1925. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 1655 - LOT OF 2: GOVERNMENT POSTAGE STAMP MACHINE AND STAMP AND ENVELOPE VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 13 - 1/4” x 11” x 12”. This is a pair of postage vending machines. One is a Sanitary Stamp Machine by Daval, marked for Government Postage. Restored with new plating and paint, in working order. The second is a cast-iron vending machine that vended an envelope and a stamp for 5¢, New paint and in working order. Both machines are restored. With keys. (Restored). 500 - 800 1656 - 5¢ & 10¢ CHALLENGER FRESH HOT NUT VENDOR. 18 - 1/2” x 15” x 52”. All polished with side vendor for cups. Original globes and decals, lights and works. On a restored stand. Missing top to the cup dispenser. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1657 - 1 & 5¢ ABBEY MFG. CASH TRIO VENDING MACHINE ADAMS FAIRFAX CANDY DISPENSERS. 43” x 18” x 18”. All original and with the original embossed stand. Slightly polished with original decals. Abbey was acquired by the Adams Fairfax Corporation and the stand is duly marked. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 4. Has keys. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1658 - 1¢ RADIO VENDOR MADE FOR THE MACHEN COMPANY. 28 - 3/4” x 7 - 1/2” x 6 - 1/2”. The Radio Vender is a hot nut machine made by the Femachen Co. around 1932. This is a less seen counter version in restored condition. Has keys. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 59. (Restored). 400 - 800 1659 - 1¢ RESTORED BUREL & CO. VENDING MACHINE. 20 - 1/2” x 13” x 7”. Beautifully restored Burel and Company bulk vender. Complete, working, and with keys. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 30. (Restored). 400 - 800 1660 - 1¢ & 5¢ BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED SANA VENDING MACHINE. 22 - 3/4” x 13” x 12”. Wonderful restoration of this bulk vending machine with a 1¢ and 5¢ hoppers. Made for Sana Gum Company, working and with keys. (Restored). 400 - 800

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1661 - LOT OF 2: NOS HAND LOTION VENDOR & SELF SERVE PULVER GUM COUNTER DISPLAY. Larger: 14 - 3/4” x 11 - 3/4” x 4 - 1/2”. This is a lot of two vending machines. One is a new old stock hand lotion vending machine with all the wall mounting brackets and signage. Never used. The second is a self service Pulver chewing gum counter display in excellent condition. Has an internal bell to notify the shop owner when a patron dispensed gum. Both are stunning examples. No keys. (Excellent). 400 - 800 1662 - LOT OF 2: RD SIMPSON AND HAWKEYE BELL RINGER VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 17” x 8 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/2”. A pair of vending machines. The first is an RD Simpson Bulk Vendor from 1930. All original paint with original globe and partial decal. Paint has scratches and loss, the marquee is a replacement. Has key. The second is a Hawkeye “Free Portion” Bell ringer fully restored. New globe and decal, works as intended. Has key. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, pages 174 and 74. (Good - Restored). 400 - 800 1663 - LOT OF 2: COLUMBUS MODEL M AND COLUMBUS ZM PEANUT VENDING MACHINES. Larger: 14” x 9” x 9”. A very nice pair of Columbus vending machines. The first one is a aluminum Columbus model M Peanut machine, new green paint, original globe with new decal and original barrel locks. The second is a Columbus ZM Pistachio Machine in new green paint with reproduction globe and new decal with original barrel locks. Both machines work and are with keys. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1664 - 5¢ LAWRENCE VENDING MACHINE. 38” x 8” x 9”. Fully restored Lawrence Mfg. Co. vending machine. 5¢ operation, working and with key. (Restored). 400 - 600 1665 - 10¢ EVER READY LUNCH COUNTER SANDWICH VENDING MACHINE. 25 - 3/4” x 22 - 3/4” x 10”. In the early 20th century, Ever Ready manufactured a counter top sandwich dispenser for hungry patrons to receive a fast and delicious meal for 10¢. The cabinet is made of oak with 21 nickel-plated compartments, each containing a glass window. After a dime is inserted, the lever to the right will open the slot. Included is a replaced marquee paper. This machine has been restored. Has key. (Restored). 400 - 800 LOT - 1664

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1666 - 1¢ DIXIE CUP VENDING MACHINE. Larger: 25” x 5” x 5”. 1920 coin-operated Dixie cup vending machine from the Dixie Corp. All original condition with an excellent globe. Has key and wall bracket. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1667 - 1¢ NATIONAL MFG. CO. “MAGNA VENDOR” VENDING MACHINE. 14” x 9” x8 - 3/4”. A penny gumball machine with a cast-aluminum base and top, compete with an eccentric shaped 16-sided original glass globe and a nice Art Deco style. The coin entry is to the left of the machine while the rotating crank is to the right. Manufactured by the National Manufacturing Co. in 1934. This is a great example, lightly polished with age of decal unknown. Circa 1934. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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1668 - 5¢ CEBCO HOT NUT VENDING MACHINE WITH CUP DISPENSER. 18 - 1/2” x 16” x 7 - 1/2”. Cebco hot nut with original globes and new decals. Polished and working, Has keys. Reference: “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes, page 34. (Excellent). 300 - 600 1669 - 5¢ & 10¢ SCHERMACK “LAZY SUSAN” STAMP VENDOR. 7 - 3/4” x 8” x 8”. Counter top cast-iron rotating double stamp vending machine on lazy susan swivel base circa 1930, No. 1431 Detroit. Working. Includes key. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1670 - HOT FRESH POPCORN VENDING MACHINE. 60” x 17 - 1/2” x 25”. Nice original condition, with keys. Untested. (Good). 300 - 600

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1671 - 10¢ STONER FRESH CANDY DISPENSER WITH THREE KEYS. 70” x 22 - 1/2” x 14 - 1/4”. An old repaint of this 10¢ Stoner any machine in Art Deco styling. This machine has paint loss, some dents, loss to reverse paining on the selection glass, some silver loss to the mirror but has a full interior and works. A good candidate for a restoration. Has keys. (Fair). 200 - 500

1672 - LOT OF 2: COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA TYPE 2 PHONOGRAPH & SCOTT FLOOR MODEL RADIO Larger: 43” x 19 - 3/8” x 21 - 1/2”. First is an all original Columbia floor model type 2 phonograph. Original mahogany cabinet with original felt, crank, and working mortor. Cabinet is in good condition with all the right hardware and lid holder. Some veneer lifting to back panels. Works. Second is a floor model radio by Scott. All original condition, all the original knob, untested. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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1673 - OAK MUSIC BOX OR PHONOGRAPH STAND. 39 - 1/4” x 18” x 16 - 1/2”. All oak Phonograph or Music Box stand with an original interior. Oak is in original finish and has some scratches to the top. (Good). 300 - 600

1674 - REGINA 15 - 1/2” DISC MUSIC BOX. 10” x 19 - 1/2” x 19 - 1/2”. Beautiful oak Regina disc music box. 15 - 1/2” discs, double comb, in wonderful serpentine quartered oak and original finish. With an original oak stand with disc storage and approximately 12 discs. Works great. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500

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1675 - FRANKFIELD AND COMPANY CRANK MUSIC BOX. 12” x 33” x 14 - 1/2”. Beautiful music box by Frankfield and Company Of New York with 12 tune cylinder, full percussion and bells. Plays beautifully. Fresh from a local estate, this music box could use a good cleaning. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

1677 - REGINA 15 - 1/2” DISC MUSIC BOX. 14” x 22” x 21”. Beautiful mahogany cabinet with double comb, original crank, and plays and sounds wonderful. Minor scratches to the mahogany cabinet. A great example. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

1676 - REGINA SERPENTINE MUSIC PLAYER. 11 - 1/2” x 21 - 1/4” x 16 - 3/4”. Beautiful Regina Serpentine case disc music box for 15 - 1/2” discs. Serial number 7100095, double comb, original crank, wonderful mahogany refinished case. Includes 25 discs and factory documentation. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500

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1678 - BEAUTIFUL BURLED INLAID FRENCH MUSIC BOX. 7” x 10 - 1/2” x 25 - 1/2”. A beautiful example of this 12 tune music box, most likely a french maker, unmarked. Mixed exotic wood burl, finish with a great sheen. Plays wonderfully (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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1679 - WURLITZER MODEL 500 JUKEBOX. 54” x 27” x 32”. An unrestored model 500 Wurlitzer with all original plastics, good veneer, and complete selection gallery. Untested. With keys. (Very Good). 2,500 - 3,500 1680 - WURLITZER MODEL 61 JUKEBOX WITH ORIGINAL METAL STAND. 50” x 22” x 21”. An all-original model 61 in unrestored condition. Nice tight veneer, original song selection marquee, metal 61 stand and original plastics. Has a label in the turntable compartment for the Gist Music Company out of Helena, Arkansas. A real nice original jukebox. Has keys. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1681 - REPRODUCTION ROCKOLA JUKEBOX SPEAKER. 32 - 1/2” x 32 - 1/2” x 13”. A contemporary reproduction of the 1948 model 4008 auxiliary ceiling or wall mount bubbler speaker by Wurlitzer. Made by Rock-Ola circa 1998. This speaker features a rotating center piece surrounded by mirrored tiles and colorful plastics. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 LOT - 1681

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1682 - ST. LOUIS EXTENDED BASE MODEL #37 WITHOUT ORIGINAL TOP SIGN. 24” x 16” x 18 - 1/2”. St. Louis Extended Base model #37 without original top sign is restored, nickel plated, reads “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and has serial number 7232. (Restored) 500 - 1,500 1683 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #316. 21” x 10 - 1/2” x 16 - 3/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #316 is a restored red bronze candy store register with dolphin pattern and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 968020. (Restored) 500 - 1,000 1684 - THE HALLWOOD. 22 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2” x 18”. The Hallwood is a red bronze register with scroll pattern and no top sign which has not been restored. Serial number 9006. (Very good) 500 - 1,000 1685 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #5 - 1/2. 20 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 15 - 3/4”. National Cash Register Co. model #5 - 1/2 is a restored nickel plate candy store register with original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 269494. (Restored) 500 - 1,500

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1686 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #50 1/4. 21” x 10 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #50 1/4 is a red bronze candy store register with Dolphin pattern and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” which has not been restored. Serial number 525360. (Very good) 500 - 800 1687 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #50 - 1/4. 17 - 1/4” x 10 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2”. National Cash Register Co. Model #50 - 1/4 is a nickel plated register with Dolphin pattern, no top sign and a personalized raised letter breast plate reading “K & K”. Serial number 531934. (Very Good) 400 - 800 1688 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #130. 19 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/2” x 14 - 3/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #130 is a restored red bronze register with fine scroll pattern and original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 516073. (Restored) 400 - 800 1689 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #57. 21 - 1/2” x 17 - 3/8” x 16 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #57 non-restored nickel-plated register with Scroll pattern with three-hump original top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and a personalized raised letter breast plate “F.P. HAMM”. Serial number 303949. (Very good) 400 - 800

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1690 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #250. 20 - 1/2” x 10 - 3/4” x 16 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #250 is a restored red bronze candy store register with scroll pattern and reproduction top sign reading “AMOUNT PURCHASED”. Serial number 555407. (Restored) 400 - 800 1691 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #20. 22” x 20” x 16”. National Cash Register Co. model #20 is a copper oxidized register with ionic pattern, has not been restored, is without original top sign and reads “AMOUNT PURCHASED” and has serial number 398933. (Very Good) 400 - 800 1692 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL 313. 21” x 10 - 1/4” x 16”. A nice example of the National Cash Register model 313 candy store and barber shop cash register. Original nickel plating with replaced marquee. With keys. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1693 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL 313. 21 - 1/4” x 16 - 1/2” x 10”. National Cash Register Model 313 Cash register in original nickel finish. Works great, no keys. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1694 - SPECIAL EDITION NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. 21” x 9 - 3/4” x 15 - 1/2”. Remake of the ever popular 313 cash register. In very good condition, with signs of little wear. (Very Good). 200 - 400 1695 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL #313. 21 - 1/2” x 10” x 16 - 1/4”. National Cash Register Co. Model #313 is a brass register in working condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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NOVEMBER 21, 2019 Thursday Session | Auction Starts at 9:00am LOTS: 2,001 - 2,780 Items on Display Approximately 4 weeks prior to Auction Date. Please Call to Confirm.

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LOT - 2001 2001 - AMERICAN BREWING CO. SIGN. Framed: 19 - 1/2” x 23” x 3/4”. This sign features wonderful, colorful artwork with deep reds and bold lettering that make it pop. Has an early wooden and old glass frame. Certainly a great addition to any advertising collection. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2002 - PURE SCHLITZ BREWERY SIGN. Framed: 45 - 1/4” x 33 - 1/2” x 3/4”. Nicely framed and matted. Depicts an iconic industry scene with stunning colors in near mint condition. Marked “1903 BY ALFRED VON COTZHAUSEN MILWAUKEE WIS U.S.A.”. A large, powerful piece with bare-breasted ladies and a great addition to any brewer collection. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 3,000

LOT - 2002 2003 - TIN SELF-FRAMED ROONEY’S MALT WHISKEY SIGN. 20” x 24 - 1/4”. This great sign was made by Chas W. Shonk Co. It has incredible color and detail. This is one of the most appealing signs we have seen in a while. There are some professional touch ups on the bottom edge and border. These are hard to detect and do not take anything away from the look of this sign. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 2004 - R.H. PARKER BOURBON & RYE SIGN. Framed: 25 - 1/4” x 33 - 1/4” x 1”. A bare-breasted pretty girl with a watchful eye advertising Kentucky Bourbon can’t get better. Great condition with minor touch-ups to lettering evident only with black light or very close inspection. Original marked frame with old glass. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000

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2005 - AMERICAN BREWING COMPANY LAGER REVERSE GLASS ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 30” x 42 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/2”. This fantastic sign was made by Rodier and Fitzgerald, 296 Pearl Street, New York. It has a factory scene in gold with an American flag on top, which is quite unique. The lettering is all in silver and is unfaded. There are some very light areas of paint lifting, but this sign does display well above average and is in excellent condition. (Excellent). 3,500 - 6,500 LOT - 2005

LOT - 2007 2006 - TIN SELF-FRAMED FERN GLEN DISTILLING CO. SIGN. Framed: 33” x 23” x 1/2”. Wonderful self-framed tin sign with an iconic Americana look. Has a very small amount of edge wear consistent with its age and some small chips on top-left corner. A great image with deep colors that would be hard to find better. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 LOT - 2006

2007 - KING BOURBON “TWO KINGS” TIN LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 49 - 3/4” x 37 - 3/4”. This is a very large and striking tin litho sign made by Chas W. Shonk Co. It has a wood and gesso period frame which has some gesso loss and one crack on the backside of the upper right section. The sign displays wonderfully, with a few marks and some soiling. (Very Good Plus). 2,000 - 4,000

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2008 - CHICKEN COCK WHISKEY SIGN. Framed: 20 - 1/4” x 33 - 3/4” x 1”. This 3-D-looking advertisement has a wonderful girl with vibrant blue eyes bursting out at the customer. Deep colors and bright lettering make this a must-have for your high-end advertising collection. Has creasing throughout that does not take away from this impressive image. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 2009 - MOOSE BRAND BEER ADVERTISMENT. 26 1/2” x 36” Beautiful framed cardboard sign with a lovely bear rested angel and a moose advertising Moose Brand beer out of Duluth Mn., “The beer that reigns supreme.” Bright graphics with little signs of wear. some small scratches to outside edge, as well as light crease at 1:00. Beautiful beer sign! (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 2010 - SUSQUEHANNA WHISKEY SELF-FRAMED TIN SIGN. 22 - 1/4” x 16” x 3/4”. This great sign was made by The Meek & Beach Co., Coshocton, Ohio. It is self-framed and embossed and has the original back wood frame intact. The colors are very strong and the design is very appealing. There are some minor edge and border marks and a few light scrapes in the field. (Very Good+). 1,200 - 2,400 2011 - CHIEF OSHKOSH BEER TIN ADVERTISING FLANGE SIGN. 14” x 18” x 1 - 1/2”. This sign was made by the American Artworks in Coshocton, Ohio. Both sides are in equal condition and show some light wear, a few marks and two tiny dings which have caused tiny paint loss spots. It is quite hard to see this because it is in the neck area of the Native American. (Very Good+). 1,000 - 1,800 LOT - 2008

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2012 - LEBANON VALLEY LIGHT-UP BEER CLOCK. 20” x 20” x 6”. Circa 1950’s. All original working condition. (Excellent+). 1,000 - 2,000 2013 - SCHLITZ BEER “PURITY” SIGN. Framed: 38 - 1/4” x 28 - 1/4” x 1”. Pretty girl dressed in green silky dress watching carefully. A large, powerful advertisement with a great look in great condition. (Very Good). 800 - 2,000 LOT - 2012

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LOT - 2014 2014 - LOT OF 4: SHEA-BOCQUERAZ KENTUCKY STRAIGHT WHISKEY SIGNS. Largest Framed: 28” x 23 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Individually framed advertising for the Shea-Bocqueraz Company “Old Tea Cup” & “Springfield” brands of Whisky. Four different beautifully dressed women which appear to depict the seasons of the year. Individually framed and not matching. Some signs of wear with light creases and scratches, one piece shows a minor water stain to bottom edge. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

2015 - REVERSE PAINTED GOLD LEAF CHIP BOHEMIAN BEER SIGN. Framed: 46 - 3/4” x 20 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/4”. A great gold leaf glue-chip glass sign for Bohemian Beer in heavy oak frame. Some minor signs of gold-leaf lifting, but overall a wonderful example of this beer sign. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 2016 - GOLD SEAL WINE TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 18 - 3/4” x 14 - 3/4” x 2”. This sign has its original frame with a Gold Seal metal tag. It is framed without glass. It was made by Chas. Shonk. It is in near mint condition with only the slightest amount of wear. (Near Mint). 500 - 900

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LOT - 2020 2017 - MATHIE BREWING CO. DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 22 - 1/4” x 17 - 1/2” x 3”. Super graphics on this 3D die-cut embossed Mathie Brewery Co. sign. A rare find from this Los Angeles, California company, housed in a well-done shadow box frame ready for display with only small and non-distracting edge wear present. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2018 - TIN SELF-FRAMED CHICKEN COCK WHISKEY SIGN. Framed: 28 - 3/4” x 22” x 1 - 3/4”. Very well done professional restoration to the border and a just couple of spots in the field. Is only noticeable to the trained eye and displays wonderfully. (Restored). 1,200 - 2,500 2019 - FEHR’S FAMOUS BEERS ADVERTISING TRAY. 13” x 13” x 3/4” This tray is in fantastic condition with great colors and an excellent graphic. It is dated 1910 and was made by Kaufmann & Strauss. There is very little wear to this tray except for a very shallow indentation around the heads of the two people. This is one of the best examples we have seen. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2020 - LOT OF 3: BEER RELATED ADVERTISING TRAYS & SIGN. Largest: 15 - 1/2” x 12” x 1/2”. This lot contains an engraved serving tray for New South Brewing & Ice Company in Middlesboro Kentucky. Prior to Prohibition, the brewery closed in 1916. It was made by the International Advertising Co. The tray is in excellent condition with only light wear. There is a Jacob Ruppert self framed advertising sign which was made by The Electro Chemical Engraving Co. It has a prominent paint loss spot on the bottom-left field and also some moderate paint loss and rubs on the bottom edge. Lastly there is a Geo. Ehret’s tin tray in very good condition with light wear. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 900 2021 - FIGURAL BOXER “ANTIQUE BOURBON” ADVERTISING FIGURE. 46” x 20” x 22”. This is a 4’ tall figural Boxer advertising Antique Bourbon. Could be the likeness of John Sullivan. Very good condition with little signs of wear or use. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 236

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LOT - 2025 2022 - LOT OF 2: PABST & KIPS BAY BEER ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 7” x 14” x 1/2”. The Pabst Beer sign is celluloid over tin. It was made by the Permanent Sign and Display Company from Reading, Pennsylvania. Has some rubs to the field and edges but displays quite well. The Kips Bay Beer Sign is tin and displays quite well with some rubs and a few light dings around the borders. The field has one small paint drip and some light soiling. Condition of lot overall is very good. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2023 - LOT OF 2: WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANY ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 16 - 3/4” x 22 - 1/2” x 1”. The first sign is framed without glass and appears to be a Meyercord Transfer sign. This sign has some soiling with a few marks in the field. The second sign is a reverse glass sign made by Tuch Farber Company in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is framed without glass and is in excellent condition with a tiny spot of paint loss to the right-hand edge. Condition of the lot is very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800

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2024 - LOT OF 2: OLD JUDGE WHISKEY SIGNS. Each Framed: 12 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/8” x 7/8”. A nice pair of framed Old Judge Whiskey signs. Cardboard signs with little wear and a great saloon or backbar look. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2025 - LOT OF 2: WHISKEY BOTTLES. Largest: 10 - 1/2” x 4”. Includes Old Lewis Hunter Rye Whiskey and a White Horse Cellar Whiskey bottle, both in excellent unopened condition. (Excellent). 300 - 600 2026 - MARYLAND CLUB WHISKEY CARDBOARD SIGN IN ORIGINAL FRAME. Framed: 26 - 1/4” x 20 - 3/8” x 3 / 4”. An excellent example of this Maryland club whisky sign with embossed original frame. Light scratches to the cardboard and to the wood frame. Displays Great! (Excellent). 400 - 800

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2027 - SCHADE BEER TIN SIGN. 20 - 1/2” x 24 - 1/4” x 1/2”. Very rare Northwest brewery tin sign for the B. Schade Brewing Co. out of Spokane Washington. Colorful graphic sign depicting an old world pub and patrons. Scratches to the upper right corner, and an area of paint scrape to the lower middle. some bending to the outside frame. (Good). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 2030 2028 - BUFFALO BREWING CO. SELF FRAMED TIN LITHO SIGN. Framed: 28 - 1/2” x 22 - 1/2” x 1”. Made by H.D. Beach Co. Coshocton, Ohio. Circa 1910. Sign shows four labeled bottles of beer and a cigar burning in an ashtray. The field is strong with a few minor scratches. There are some scrapes and minor bends on the outside edge. Bright and colorful retains a gloss sheen. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2029 - LARGE LOT OF VINTAGE MINIATURE LIQUOR BOTTLES. Largest: 6 - 1/2” x 2”. Large lot of approximately 100 liquor bottles include many unopened and still sealed bottles and some whose contents have partially evaporated. A lot of unusual and distinguished bottles; some fruit liquor, whiskey, vodka and others. Nice labels. Overall condition of lot is very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 600 2030 - LARGE LOT OF VINTAGE MINIATURE LIQUOR BOTTLES. Largest: 5” x 2 - 3/4”. Lot of approximately 50 miniature liquor bottles includes some empty bottles, some bottles whose contents have evaporated to half-full or less. Many different varieties of pre-war whiskey, cognac, vermouth and other various liquors, including some very unusual bottles. Some still have the stamps on them and some still have tops sealed with label. Various conditions but overall very good. (Very Good). 200 - 400 2031 - PIEL’S BEER CELLULOID ADVERTISING SIGN. 6” x 11 - 1/4” x 1/2”. This sign is dated 1934 and is made by Whitehead & Hoag. The celluloid is slightly loose which has caused some discoloration and staining underneath. The sign still displays well and has a very nice look. (Good). 200 - 400 238

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2032 - LOT OF 6: COCA-COLA HAND FANS, CALENDAR DOOR PULL & NAPKINS. Largest: 22 - 3/4” x 14” x 1/4”. This lot includes two early Coca-Cola napkins in excellent condition. There are also two 1940’s Coca-Cola hand fans in very good condition with only very light wear. There is one plastic Coca-Cola Bottle door pull that has a repair where the bottle meets the mounting bracket. Lastly there is a 1950 Coca-Cola calendar that is in excellent condition. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 800

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2033 - 1909 COCA-COLA GIRL POSTCARD HAMILTON KING ARTIST. 5 - 1/2” x 3 - 1/2”. This is a very clean Coca-Cola postcard from 1909. It is unused and in near mint condition with only slight corner wear. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200

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2034 - LOT OF 2: BRASS COCA-COLA ADVERTISING WATCH FOBS. Largest: 1 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/4”. Included in this lot is a 1912 brass Coca-Cola watch fob, which shows a girl drinking a bottle of Coca-Cola. Also included is a 1920’s brass Coca-Cola turtle design with a red Coca-Cola script. Conditions of these watch fobs are very good. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2035 - LOT OF 4: EARLY COCA-COLA WATCH FOBS. Largest: 5 - 1/4” x 1 - 1/2”. This lot includes four Coca-Cola watch fobs from 1907 to the 1920’s. There is a 1920’s watch fob included in this lot with a Swastika design which was associated with good luck and did not have any negative connotations at that period. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2036 - COCA-COLA RUBY GLASS ASHTRAY SET. Box: 6 - 3/4” x 6 - 3/4”. This is a complete set of ruby glass ashtrays. It is in its original Coca-Cola Co. box. It is in near mint condition with no issues except some minor soiling to the box. (Near Mint). 300 - 600

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2037 - LOT OF 4: COCA-COLA FLY SWATTER, BLOTTER AND THE COCA-COLA NEWS. Largest: 15” x 3”. Lot consists of: first, a Coca-Cola fly swatter from Ruston, Louisiana, in mint condition; second and third, 1896 Coca-Cola news brochures, one with a cut-out section in the center; and fourth, a 1904 Coca-Cola blotter that has a missing right corner and minor edge wear. (Very Good - Near Mint). 200 - 350

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2038 - IMPRESSIVE 1896 CELLULOID COCA-COLA BOOKMARK. 2 - 1/8” x 2”. Hard-to-find bookmark is clean, bright, and beautiful. Probably could never improve upon this condition with no detraction noted. (Near Mint+). 750 - 1,400 2039 - 1903 COCA-COLA HILDA CLARK CALENDAR. Matted: 20 - 3/4” x 13 - 1/4”. This calendar is matted and ready to be framed. The April page is a copy but the calendar top is all original. Upper right and lower right corners have been pieced in. Minor wrinkles and bends, a few closed tears, and light to medium wear. A few small light marks on outer edges. Also a few small creases. Super color and displays well. (Very Good+). 2,500 - 4,000

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2040 - 1918 COCA-COLA GIRLS ON BEACH ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 34 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/4”. This calendar is professionally framed behind glass and features the July month. It retains its top metal strip. The colors are very strong as well as the very appealing graphic, which shows two women enjoying Coca-Cola on a beach. There are a few minor nicks in the field as well as a few horizontal fold marks. These issues do not detract from the beautiful presence of this great piece. (Very Good+ - Excellent). 4,000 - 8,000

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2041 - 1920 COCA-COLA GOLF GIRL ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Matted: 36” x 16 - 1/4”. This piece is matted and ready to be framed. It features a full 1920 calendar pad. The colors are very strong. There are a couple tiny nicks in the field as well as a small fold mark on the bottom-right of the calendar top. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000 2042 - 1921 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 32” x 12”. Calendar is complete with bright metal strip and full pad. The colors are bold and beautiful just like the day it was made. Very minor rust stains at the staples and only the lightest of soiling/age toning. (Near Mint). 1,500 - 2,500

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2043 - 1921 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 39 -3/4” x 20”. This calendar is framed behind glass. It retains the original metal strip and a full calendar pad. The colors are remarkably strong and vibrant. There is only some light soiling. (Excellent Plus). 1,200 - 2,000 2044 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDARS. Largest Matted: 17 - 1/4” x 11 - 1/4”. The first calendar is from 1927. It is from Musser’s Restaurant in Burnham, Pennsylvania. It is matted and ready to be framed. It shows the December month page, has some minor wrinkling to the top section as well as some slight wear around the mounting hole and also a horizontal fold mark. Also included in this lot is a 1918 Coca-Cola advertising calendar from D. R. Brown Sodas, Candy and Tobacco in Richford, Vermont. It is matted and ready to be framed with a very appealing graphic titled “MISS JUNE CAPRICE” and has only extremely light edge wear. Conditions of this lot range from very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 2045 2045 - 1928 COCA-COLA DISTRIBUTER CALENDAR WITH FULL CALENDAR PAD. Matted: 18” x 12”. This calendar is in fantastic condition with great colors. It shows a pretty woman with a bell shaped glass of Coca-Cola. There is a tiny abrasion on the right center border and a very hard to detect fold mark on the upper-right corner. (Excellent). 2,500 - 3,500

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2046 - 1928 FRENCH CANADIAN COCA-COLA CALENDAR TOP. 20 - 1/4” x 12”. This is a calendar top made for the French Canadian market. Features a beautiful woman enjoying a glass of Coca-Cola. This is a piece that we have never seen before and believe it to be very scarce. There is some light edge wear and some light touch-ups on the top-center of this piece. (Very Good+). 800 - 1,600

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2047 - 1928 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Matted: 18” x 12”. This calendar is matted and ready to be framed. It was given out by George C. Keene in Laurel Springs, New Jersey. It has fantastic colors and almost no wear. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200 2048 - LOT OF 4: CARDBOARD COCA-COLA SANTA EASEL-BACK SIGNS. Largest: 27” x 16”. The first item in this lot is an easel-back cutout which shows Santa and a boy playing with a dog. It is in excellent condition with good color, light edge wear and corner wear, with mild soiling on the top section. The next piece in this lot is a cutout showing Santa enjoying a bottle of Coca-Cola. It has moderate surface scuffs and soiling, but does display well. Next is a Coca-Cola easel-back sign showing Santa telling the dog to quiet down. Someone has written “DOG” in pen in the field. It has some soiling and corner wear. Lastly in this lot is a Coca-Cola easel-back that folds to make it appear three-dimensional. It has moderate soiling, some fold marks and general wear. Conditions in this lot range from good to very good. (Good Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2049 - 1917 COCA-COLA CAMEO TRI-FOLD WINDOW DISPLAY. Frame: 34 - 1/4” x 61” x 1/2”. This display is framed behind plexiglass. It has moderate soiling and wear but does still display well. On the backside of the piece there is included two side panels that would need to be reattached. (Fair). 2,000 - 4,000

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2050 - 1923 COCA-COLA CARDBOARD CUTOUT SIGN. Frame: 38” x 21 - 3/8” x 1 - 1/4”. This piece is framed behind plexiglass, has overall restoration and rebuilding with areas of bending, chipping and general wear is still evident. It still displays well and is quite scarce. (Good). 400 - 800 2051 - 1932 COCA-COLA CUT-OUT HOT DOG ADVERTISING SIGN. 20” x 9 - 3/4”. This sign was made by Niagara Litho Company in 1932. It is in fantastic condition with only slight corner wear. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400 2052 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA ADVERTISING MENU BOARDS. Larger Framed: 21 - 1/2” x 39 - 1/2” x 1”. The first menu board is professionally framed and has a reverse-glass fishtail logo. It is in excellent condition with very light wear. The second menu board is masonite with metal holders on the front for the menu options. The metal sections do have moderate wear with some oxidation and paint loss and there are a few scrapes in the Coca-Cola logo. Condition of this lot ranges from good to excellent. (Good - Excellent). 400 - 900

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2053 - LOT OF 2: SELF-FRAMED COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGNS. Larger: 19 - 3/4” x 27 - 3/4” x 1/4”. Both signs are in excellent condition with strong colors and gloss. The fishtail logo sign does have some minor edge wear on the bottom corners. (Excellent). 300 - 700 2054 - 1941 CARDBOARD COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 50” x 30” x 1”. Made by the Niagara Litho Company. This sign is framed behind plexiglass. It has a great graphic and strong colors. There is only some light general wear. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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2055 - 1940’S COCA-COLA CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. 15” Dia. This is an extremely scarce advertising sign that we have not seen before. It is single-sided, dated 1948 and only has a few light rubs and extremely light edge wear. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,500 2056 - COCA-COLA 1940’S CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. 15” Dia. Dated 1948. This is an extremely scarce sign that we have never seen before. It has only the lightest amount of wear and is in near mint condition. (Near Mint). 1,200 - 2,500

2057 - 1942 LARGE COCA-COLA ADVERTISING POSTER. Frame: 50 - 1/4” x 30” x 1 - 1/4”. This poster features a great classic image of two women and an automobile. The colors and graphics are very strong. There is a fold mark on the upper-left corner and some light general wear. (Very Good+). 1,000 - 1,700 2058 - LARGE 1943 COCA-COLA CARDBOARD SIGN. Frame: 50 - 1/2” x 30” x 1”. This sign has great color with only light wear. On the top-right section of the sign there is some minor moisture damage. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200

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2059 - LOT OF 3: CARDBOARD COCA-COLA CHRISTMAS EASEL-BACK SIGNS. Largest: 26” x 16 - 1/8”. Included in this lot is one double-sided Coca-Cola and Sprite easel-back sign. It is double-sided and opens up to show two easel-backs, which are unused. It has some minor soiling on top but displays very well. The next piece in this lot shows Santa holding up a giant ornament while some kids below him play with a Jack-in-the-box. It is in excellent condition with great color and minor wear. Lastly in this lot is a Coca-Cola and Fresca easel-back sign. This sign has a fold-mark and bent piece on the left section of the sign, as well as a bend-mark and corner wear on the bottom corners. Conditions range from very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800 LOT - 2059

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LOT - 2062 2060 - LOT OF 3: COCA-COLA CHILDREN’S CUTOUTS. Largest Frame: 13” x 23 - 1/2” x 1/2”. Included in this lot are one Coca-Cola store miniature for children. This piece is framed behind glass and is uncut. It has some minor soiling and light edge wear. The next piece in this lot are cutouts from the Uncle Remus and the Happy Animals. These are in excellent condition with strong colors. Lastly, there are cutouts from the Coca-Cola Circus, which are all in excellent condition and framed behind glass. Conditions of this lot range from very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800 2061 - LOT OF 5: 1940’S COCA-COLA SERVICE WOMEN DIE-CUT SIGNS. Frame: 21 - 1/4” x 40 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/4”. These die-cut signs are framed behind glass. All the images show a different woman holding up a bottle of Coca-Cola. There are some fold marks and some areas of soiling and light wear to some of the signs. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,700 2062 - COCA-COLA TIRE DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENT. 31 - 1/2” x 27 - 1/2” x 7”. Gas Station tire display stand with Coca-Cola advertising. Slight scratches and light scuffs but displays very well. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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2063 - COCA-COLA “STATE BIRDS” BACKBAR DISPLAY. Frame: 38” x 70” x 1/2”. This display comes with a diagram, a letter from Coca-Cola as well as the original packaging. The colors are very strong on this piece. It is framed behind plexiglass. There are some bend marks, a few rubs and minor edge wear. (Very Good+ - Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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2064 - 1946 COCA-COLA BATHING GIRLS BACKBAR DISPLAY. Frame: 60 - 1/2” x 48 - 1/4” x 1/2”. This display is complete with original instructional envelope. Most of the pieces are clean and bright. The center piece does have a bend and a closed tear on the right corner. There are a few edge and corner bumps on some pieces as well as a couple areas that show some faint stains. This display is in excellent condition and would sit well in any Coca-Cola collection. (Excellent). 2,500 - 4,500

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LOT - 2067 2065 - 1947 COCA-COLA FENCING ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 50 - 1/4” x 29 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/4”. This sign is framed behind plexiglass. It shows a woman fencer sitting on a Coca-Cola cooler. This is a rather scarce piece that rarely shows up for sale. Does have some minor soiling, a few fold marks and a repair on the bottom-right corner. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600 2066 - DIE-CUT COCA-COLA WOODEN ADVERTISING SIGN. 47 - 3/8” x 42” x 1/2”. This is a great sign that shows a cartoon character train conductor holding up an “ALL ABOARD FOR COCA-COLA” sign. The colors and design are both fantastic. There is some soiling and a few minor scrapes that do not take away the great folky look of this sign. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400 248

2067 - 1949 PLAY REFRESHED COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 33” x 21” x 1 - 1/2”. This sign retains its original Kay Displays frame. The piece is dated 1949 and marked “EDWARDS & DEUTSCH LITHO”. The cardboard sign does have great color and displays well. There are a few tiny puncture marks along the edges. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2068 - LOT OF 3: COCA-COLA & PEPSI SANTA EASEL-BACK SIGNS. Largest: 32 - 1/2” x 13”. Included in this lot is one Pepsi-Cola Santa Clause easel-back sign. It appears to have never been used and has some light corner wear on the bottom. The next piece in this lot is a 1956 Coca-Cola cutout easel-back sign which shows Santa in his workshop with his tools. It has some minor handling wear and light edge wear. The last piece in this lot is a Coca-Cola Santa easel-back sign showing Santa in a rocket. It has some fold marks on the top of the rocket as well as some light soiling and wear on the left-bottom corner. Conditions on this lot range from very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2069 2069 - 1931 COCA-COLA UNCLE REMUS AND THE HAPPY ANIMALS. Frame: 41 - 1/2” x 26 - 3/4” x 1 - 1/4”. This is a complete Uncle Remus and the Happy Animals window display. It has all the pieces and is very difficult to find. The center piece does fold out to have a 3-D appearance. The animals are all in excellent condition with strong colors and light wear. The center piece does have some minor paper chips on the top, light general wear and a tiny repair on the bottom-left corner. (Very Good - Excellent). 5,000 - 10,000

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2070 - RON’S TOY BOX COCA-COLA STOREFRONT ADVERTISING SIGN. 24” x 5 - 1/2” x 176”. This large sign has a porcelain courtesy panel on the front that says “RON’S TOY BOX”. This can be easily removed and replaced with your business name. To the left and right of the center piece are two porcelain Coca-Cola button signs. They have some minor wear and soiling but will clean up. (Very Good+). 1,000 - 2,000 2071 - COCA-COLA PILASTER SIGN WITH BUTTON. 54” x 16 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/2”. The bottom panel of this sign is very clean with only some light soiling. The button on top has some discoloration, a few marks and some light fading. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,500 2072 - COCA-COLA TIN AND BAKELITE DOOR PULL. 12” x 2 - 3/4” x 1 - 3/4”. The handle itself is in excellent condition with very minor wear. The tin part does have some soiling and minor marks. (Very Good+). 400 - 800

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2075 - 1914 SELF-FRAMED COCA-COLA “BETTY” TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. 40 - 1/2” x 31” x 2”. This impressive sign was made by Passaic Metal Ware Co. It is all original and presents very well. There are some scrapes and rubs on the frame and borders. The field has some minor marks and a few nicks. The image of “Betty” is very sharp in detail and has great color with only very light wear. This is a nice example that would sit well in any soda or Americana collection. (Very Good+). 4,000 - 8,000

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2076 - 1927 COCA-COLA EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. Framed: 20” x 28”. Outstanding. Shows the 1915 bottle at left side inset. Framed with no glass. Brilliant color and shine with just a few most shallow crimps near the right side edge. A few miniscule paint nicks and marks. (Near Mint). 1,500 - 2,500

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2077 - 1929 EMBOSSED TIN COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGN. 35” x 11 - 1/4”. This sign has very strong colors and a great graphic of the 1923 Coca-Cola bottle. There are a few scrapes, minor areas of paint loss and a few areas of wax paper remnants and residue, which may clean off. (Very Good). 500 - 900 2078 - 1930 EMBOSSED TIN COCA-COLA DOOR PUSH SIGN. Frame: 4 - 3/4” x 14” Dated 1930 and made by Dasco. It is mounted onto a wooden board for protection. It has great color and a graphic of a 1923 Coca-Cola bottle. It appears to have never been used and has minor edge wear and a few light marks. (Excellent). 600 - 900

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2079 - 1933 COCA-COLA EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 20 - 1/4”D. This sign was made by the American Artworks in Coshocton, Ohio. The colors are strong on this sign. There are a few rub marks on the raised areas and a few areas of minor paint loss and general wear. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2080 - 1930’S EMBOSSED TIN COCA-COLA COOLER ADVERTISING SIGN. 19 - 1/4” x 9 - 1/4”. This sign is from a 1930’s Coca-Cola cooler. It has great colors and a fantastic look. There is a puncture mark on the first ‘C’ in “COCA-COLA” as well as some paint drips on the first ‘E’ in “PLEASE” as well as some general wear. It displays well above average. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2081 - KING SIZE COCA-COLA SELF-FRAMED TIN SIGN. 27 - 3/4” x 19 - 3/4” x 1/2”. This sign has very strong colors and gloss. There is minor edge wear and a few tiny marks in the field. If held at angle, you can see a few areas of spidering on the surface, but this is hard to notice. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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2082 - COCA-COLA SCHOOL ZONE POLICEMAN TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 62 - 1/2” x 24” x 24”. Sign is original and comes on the correct base. The policeman does have some areas of well done touch-up. The sign does have some dents, soiling and general wear. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 LOT - 2081

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2083 - TIN COCA-COLA BOTTLE ADVERTISING SIGN. 45 - 1/2” x 45 - 1/2” x 1/4”. This classic sign has great color and the wonderful iconic Coca-Cola bottle design. There are a few scrapes and marks to the field but it does display well above average. (Very Good). 700 - 1,200 2084 - FRENCH COCA-COLA EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. 11 - 3/4” x 35 - 1/2” x 1/4”. Circa 1908. This sign was made by The American Art Works. it has very vibrant colors and a great original gloss. There is a very minor bend mark on the lower center and a few tiny dings on the top edge. (Excellent). 1,400 - 2,500

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2085 - SPANISH COCA-COLA EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 11 - 3/4” x 35 - 1/2” x 1/4”. This is a fantastic embossed tin Coca-Cola sign for the Spanish market. It was made by The American Art Works. The bottles are both printed in English. There is only very light wear on this sign, making it highly desirable. (Excellent - Near Mint). 1,400 - 2,400 2086 - COCA-COLA SIX-PACK PILASTER AND BUTTON. Larger: 40 - 3/4” x 16 - 1/4” x 1/2”. This sign is missing the hardware which connects the button to the bottom sign. The color and graphics are great on the bottom section of the sign. The top sign does have touch-ups on the Coca-Cola logo. (Very Good - Excellent). 700 - 1,200 2087 - COCA-COLA GAS TO-DAY EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 37” x 18 - 1/4” x 1 - 1/4”. This sign is framed without glass. The top section of the sign has been trimmed. The sign does have some light oxidation as well as a few marks in the field. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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2088 - COCA-COLA BREAKFAST SELF-FRAMED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 15” x 96” x 1 - 1/2”. This sign has original Coca-Cola script logo, bacon and eggs and breakfast wording displayed on the sign. There is some soiling to the sign that looks like it will clean off. There is some minor scrapes and paint loss on the edges. The field is very clean. (Very Good). 500 - 900 2089 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA SELF-FRAMED TIN ADVERTISING SIGNS. Larger: 31 - 1/2” x 55” x 1/2”. Both signs have MCA maker’s mark. Both have great color and original gloss. The larger fishtail sign has some soiling and light oxidation on the bottom border as well as some paint loss on the border. The horizontal sign has some minor scuffs on the border with a very clean field. Condition of this lot ranges from very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 900

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2090 - PAINTED TIN COCA-COLA 24-PACK DOUBLE-SIDED TIN SIDEWALK SIGN. 21” x 24 - 3/4” x 33 - 1/4”. This sign does have its original frame. There are a few marks in the field, but the sign does display quite well. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 2091 - COCA-COLA CUTOUT SIXPACK TIN SIGN. 13” x 11 - 1/4” x 1/2”. This is a very nice sign made by Am sign co. Dated 1953. It has very strong colors and gloss. There is some light soiling and one tiny paint nick on the bottom-left corner. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500 2092 - SELF-FRAMED COCA-COLA TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 27 - 3/4” x 19 - 3/4” x 1/2”. This is a very nice Coca-Cola fish tail logo sign with bottle. It is mounted onto a piece of wood. It has some minor rubs on the borders and edges. On the bottom-left section of the bottle there is a small area of marks. (Excellent). 400 - 700 2093 - COCA-COLA 25¢ CARTON DISPLAY RACK. 16 - 1/2” x 12 - 1/2” x 50”. This rack is in very good condition with great original paint and light wear. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 2097 LOT - 2096 2094 - NORM’S BARBECUE COCA-COLA SELF FRAMED TIN SIGN. 50” x 16” x 1/2”. This is a heavy gauge tin Coca-Cola sign. It has original Coca-Cola decal lettering which says “Norm’s Barbecue”. This sign has never been used. It does have a couple light marks in the field and a paint blemish on the lower part of the Coca-Cola button design. This can be seen at an angle. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400 2095 - DRINK COCA-COLA PAINTED TIN BUTTON SIGN. 16” Dia. This sign was made by A. M. Sign Company. It appears to have never been used. There are a few marks around the border. The color and gloss are absolutely fantastic. (Very Good+). 400 - 800 LOT - 2098

2096 - 1940’S COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGN. 33 - 3/4” x 11 - 3/4”. This sign is in excellent condition, with strong colors and a great graphic made by the Allen Morrison Company. There are a few rubs on the top-right section of the frame. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2097 - COCA-COLA TIN ADVERTISING DOOR PUSH. 30 - 1/2” x 3 - 1/2” x 1”. This door push still has its original mounting hardware taped to the back. There are a few minor marks to the field as well as some sticker residue which will come off. (Excellent). 400 - 700

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2098 - 1940’S PAINTED TIN COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGN. 34 - 3/4” x 24”. This is a Canadian sign made to mount on lightposts. It is a rather hard to find sign. Has a few rubs in the field, extremely light edge wear and a few shallow bends where the brackets are attached on the back. (Very Good+). 800 - 1,600 2099 - COCA-COLA TIN BUTTON SIGN WITH ARROW. 17” x 17” x 1 - 1/2”. This sign has some light marks on both the arrow and the button. It is in very good condition and displays well. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200 2100 - COCA-COLA SELF-FRAMED TIN CUP SIGN. 27 - 3/4” x 19 - 3/4” x 1/2”. This is a very nice sign made by MCA. The field is very clean with great color and gloss. There is some minor wear around the top-left and right mounting holes. (Very Good+). 500 - 1,000

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2101 - COCA-COLA FARM MARKET TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 48” x 18” x 1 - 1/2”. This sign is new old stock and has never been used. It has strong colors just like the day it was made. There is original Coca-Cola lettering which says “Farm Mkt. Coca-Cola”. The wooden frame appears to be from the factory. This is an excellent example. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,400 2102 - 1947 COCA-COLA TIN SLED SIGN. 43 - 3/4” x 16” x 2 - 1/2”. This sign appears to have never been used. It has some minor storage wear and a few marks in the field. (Very Good+). 400 - 700 2103 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA SIGN AND ADVERTISING THERMOMETER. Larger: 30” x 8” x 1”. Included in this lot is one cigar-shaped tin advertising thermometer with a working tube. It does have some oxidation as well as some paint discoloration. Also included is one Coca-Cola tin button sign with arrow. It was made by the AM Sign Company and has great color with a few minor marks and rubs. Condition of this lot ranges from good to very good+. (Good - Very Good+). 600 - 1,200 2104 - 1948 COCA-COLA ORIGINAL ARTWORK FOR COCA-COLA CARDBOARD SIGN. Framed: 25” x 26” x 1”. Original pencil sketching and watercolor created from the original sketch. Signed by the artist. Comes with the original box from the litho company. . (Excellent). 800 - 1,500

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2105 - DRINK COCA-COLA SELF-FRAMED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 53 - 1/4” x 17 - 1/4”. This sign is from 1950, made in Canada. Has very strong colors and a great graphic. Does have some minor soiling that looks like it will clean up. There are a few paint chips on the outer edge. The bottom edge has some very light oxidation, which has caused the paint to flake. (Excellent). 800 - 1,600 2106 - LARGE SELF-FRAMED TIN COCA-COLA SIGN. 63 - 1/2” x 39 - 1/2”. This sign has a great bottle graphic and button logo. It is made for the Canadian market. It is from the late 1950’s, does have some soiling, a few marks in the field as well as some light bends. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 256

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2107 - 1953 DELICIOUS & REFRESHING COCA-COLA TIN SIGN. 24” x 24” x 1”. This sign has great color and gloss. There are only a couple rubs and marks in the field. This is a nice example. (Excellent). 400 - 700 2108 - COCA-COLA SELF-FRAMED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN 35 - 3/4” x 18” x 1”. This sign is dated 1957 and was made by Robertson. It has a very clean field with strong colors and gloss. The edges have only the lightest amount of wear. This is a great example. (Excellent+). 400 - 800 2109 - 1958 COCA-COLA TIN SLED SIGN. 43 - 3/4” x 16” x 2 - 1/2”. This sign appears to have never been used. It has some minor storage wear and some paint blemishes on the bottom section. (Very Good+). 400 - 800 LOT - 2107 LOT - 2108

2110 - LARGE TIN COCA-COLA BUTTON SIGN. 48” x 48” x 5”. This sign has a great weathered look that has definitely had some use in its life. There is some fading, oxidation, scrapes and general wear. This would be the perfect barn-hanger sign. (Good). 400 - 800 2111 - 1960’S FRAMED “TAKE HOME A CARTON” TIN SIGN. Framed: 29” x 20 - 1/2” x 3”. Single sided Coca-Cola sign with fish tail background and graphic of a bottled six-pack in a carton. This sign is shadow box framed without glass. It is in near mint condition with no issues. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,400

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2112 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA TIN AND PORCELAIN DIE-CUT SIGNS. Largest: 16 - 3/4” x 5 - 1/4”. The tin sign has moderate rubs and scrapes in the field but still displays well and might clean up to a better grade. The porcelain sign has some soiling and minor marks on the bottom-left section. (Very Good). 400 - 700 2113 - 1903 TIN-LITHO COCA-COLA CHANGE TRAY. Framed: 9 - 3/4” x 9 - 3/4”. Beautifully matted and framed under glass in a wonderful showcase frame mounting. Color is bright and unfaded. Very strong condition with only one or two small faint stains on the face and a bit of very minor soiling to chest area. (Excellent+ Near Mint). 1,500 - 2,500

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2114 - 1903 COCA-COLA CHANGE TRAY. 6” Dia. Circa 1903. Tray is in beautiful condition with great color and no fading. There is some minor crazing and a few tiny nicks. (Excellent Plus). 1,200 - 2,500 2115 - 1914 COCA-COLA TIP TRAY. 6” x 4 - 1/4”. This tip tray is a very nice example with only some light rim wear. The colors are great. (Excellent). 250 - 400 2116 - IMPRESSIVE 1900 COCA-COLA SERVING TRAY. 9 - 1/2” Dia. Extremely strong condition makes this a difficult tray to find. General overall crazing with just a few minute surface stains and two minute cigarette burn marks. Very few outer rim chips or nicks and just one small scratch with expert restoration. Color is unfaded and absolutely beautiful. This is a wonderful example. (Excellent Plus). 4,000 - 7,000

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2117 - 1909 SMALL OVAL COCA-COLA TIN SERVING TRAY. 13’’ x 10-1/2’’. A strong example, with just two most shallow dents, seen from certain angles. Minimal to no crazing, a few small surface nicks and lightest of wear, and a beautifully clean border and rim. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 2118 - 1914 COCA-COLA “BETTY” ADVERTISING SERVING TRAY. Framed: 20 - 1/4” x 17 - 1/2”. This tray was made by Passaic Metal Ware Co. and it is shadow box framed behind glass. The colors are outstanding and unfaded. The field is near mint condition. The outside rim only has some scattered nicks. This is a great example. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000

2119 - 1938 COCA-COLA SERVING TRAY. 14” x 11 - 1/4” x 2”. This tray has some rubs on the borders and edges as well as a few marks in the field. (Very Good+). 300 - 600 2120 - LOT OF 2: 1941 & 1939 TIN COCA-COLA TRAYS. Each: 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2”. Lot consists of a 1941 tray in near mint condition and a 1939 tray with only very light wear to the rim. Both trays are fabulous. (Excellent - Near Mint). 300 - 500

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LOT - 2121 LOT - 2123 2121 - LOT OF 3: COCA-COLA TRAYS & CREPE PAPER BANNER. Largest: 56” x 12” x 1/2”. Included in this lot is a 1916 Coca-Cola Tip Tray, made by Passaic Metalware Company in Passaic, New Jersey. It has a very clean field with strong colors and almost no wear. The border and edge only have a few light paint nicks and is in excellent condition. Also included is a 1938 Coca-Cola Serving Tray, which has a very clean field and border with almost no wear, and the edges have some scattered rubs and some scattered areas of paint loss. Lastly, there is a large Coca-Cola crepe paper banner, which is in excellent condition with only some minor handling wear. Condition of the lot range from very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 600 - 1,200 260

2122 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA CALENDAR AND PORCELAIN SIGN. Larger: 19 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/4” x 1 - 3/8”. Included in this lot is a die-cut Coca-Cola porcelain bottle sign in very good condition with light fading. Also included is a 1987 Coca-Cola button advertising calendar, which comes with a complete 1988 calendar pad. The button on the top is in fantastic condition with only a couple marks. Conditions of this lot range from very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2123 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA SIGNS. Larger: 36 - 1/4” x 60” x 2 - 1/4”. Circa 1930’s. Both signs are porcelain and in excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 3,000

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LOT - 2125 2124 - LOT OF 2: ICED COCA-COLA HERE PORCELAIN DOOR PUSHES. Each: 31” x 3” x 1 - 1/4”. Both of these door pushes have some touch up but still display well. (Very Good). 500 - 900

2126 - COCA-COLA 36¢ CARTON DISPLAY RACK. 16” x 13” x 48 - 1/2”. This rack is all original, does have moderate oxidation, marks and rubs to the top sign. (Very Good). 500 - 900

2125 - COCA-COLA 30¢ CARTON DISPLAY RACK. 56 - 3/4” x 12” x 12”. This rack does have the original Coca-Cola base. The sign on top does have some moderate wear, with some marks in the field as well as some discoloration. This is a Canadian-made piece that is quite scarce to find. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 900

2127 - COCA-COLA 27¢ 6-PACK DISPLAY RACK. 22”D x 61 - 1/2”T. This rack appears to be all original except for some minor added paint to the back top-section of the pole. The sign on the top does have moderate marks in the field with some soiling and some discoloration. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 900

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2128 - DOUBLE-SIDED PORCELAIN COCA-COLA AIRPORT GRILL ADVERTISING SIGN. 58” x 50”. This sign retains its original bottle signs as well as the bottom Coca-Cola script logo sign. The Airport Grill sign is a reproduction with applied decal letters. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 2129 - LARGE DOUBLE-SIDED COCA-COLA PORCELAIN HANGING SIGN. 52 - 3/4” x 46 - 1/4” x 1 - 1/4”. This sign has a fantastic look with great colors as well as the original bracket. Also included are two porcelain die-cut bottle signs that are affixed to each side. There is a large white space above the Coca-Cola logo, which is used for personalizing the sign with your business. There are some porcelain chips in the field and some on the edges, but this sign does display well above average. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,700 2130 - SINGLE-SIDED COCA-COLA CANDY AND SODA PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 30” x 17 - 3/4” x 1/4”. This sign does have some soiling and a few touched-up areas but still displays well and is quite scarce to find. (Good). 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 2131 2131 - ICED COCA-COLA PORCELAIN DOOR PUSH. 31” x 3” x 1”. Made in Canada. Has great color and gloss, with one chip on the left-hand side and a couple chips on the inside edge. (Very Good+). 300 - 700 2132 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA PORCELAIN DOOR PUSHES. Each: 3 - 1/2” x 13 - 1/2”. Included in this lot are two identical porcelain door pushes. Both are in fantastic condition with strong color and gloss. It would be hard to improve on these examples. (Near Mint). 900 - 1,600 2133 - LOT OF 3: ICED COCA-COLA HERE PORCELAIN DOOR PUSHES. Each: 31” x 3” x 1 - 1/4”. This lot includes two iced Coca-Cola door pushes and an Enjoy Here Coca-Cola door push. The two Iced versions have some touch ups. The Enjoy Here version is clean with no issues. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,400 LOT - 2132

2134 - LOT OF 2: PORCELAIN COCA-COLA MATCH STRIKER AND DOOR PUSH. Larger: 4” x 11 - 1/2”. The match striker is in excellent condition. It is marked ST-38. The field is very clean with no issues. There is a tiny touch up on the right of the top mounting hole. The Porcelain door push is marked PM51. It is in excellent condition with only one scrape mark across the word “Coca” on the bottom. (Excellent+). 800 - 1,600 2135 - LOT OF 2: FRENCH COCA-COLA PORCELAIN DOOR PUSHES. Each: 31” x 3” x 1 - 1/4”. One of these door pushes has some touch up while the other is clean and all original. Both display well with no chips. (Very Good). 600 - 900

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2136 - FRENCH PORCELAIN COCA-COLA THERMOMETER. 5 - 3/4” x 18”. This thermometer is for the French Canadian market. It is missing the tube and does have clear coat on it. The colors are very strong. (Very Good). 400 - 700

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2137 - PORCELAIN COCA-COLA FISHTAIL NEON SIGN. 70” x 26” x 11”. This sign was drilled for neon and was not a factory-built piece. It still looks incredible with very strong colors and great gloss. It is in excellent condition with only very light wear. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,500 2138 - DOUBLE-SIDED COCA-COLA PORCELAIN DRUGSTORE SIGN. 64” x 48”. This is a two panel sign. There are some prominent chips on both sides. The color and gloss are still strong. There is also some soiling and minor edge wear. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000 2139 - DOUBLE-SIDED PORCELAIN COCA-COLA FOUNTAIN SERVICE SIGN. 62” x 43”. Sign has very strong colors and gloss. There are a few chips on the field as well as some edge wear on the bottom. The side panel and top panel are completely restored. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000

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2140 - COCA-COLA SINGLE-SIDED PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 55” x 19 - 1/2”. This sign was made in Canada and it appears to have never been used. It is the best condition example that we have seen. The colors and gloss are absolutely stunning. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 2,000 2141 - LARGE DOUBLE-SIDED PORCELAIN DIE-CUT COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGN. 58” x 28”. This is a scarce Coca-Cola sign that has very strong colors and gloss. It has a blank upper section for putting the name of your company or business. One side is in excellent condition with a tiny nick in the field. The other side has a prominent chip in the ‘O’ of “COCA” as well as some light edge wear. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2142 - PORCELAIN COCA-COLA BUTTON ADVERTISING SIGN WITH BOTTLE. 37” x 37” x 2”. The sign has great color as well as gloss. There is some chipping on the top mounting hole and right below, as well as a few other scattered ships in the field. There is also some minor some minor soiling that should clean off. (Very Good+). 700 - 1,400 2143 - ICE COLD COCA-COLA SOLD HERE ADVERTISING FLANGE. 16” x 12” x 2”. Made by St. Thomas Metal Signs. The sign has moderate rubs and marks on both fields as well as some paint chips. (Good). 600 - 1,200 2144 - COCA-COLA WHITE BUTTON SIGN. 24” Dia. This sign was made by A-M Sign Co. it has fantastic color and gloss with only a few minor marks. (Excellent+). 600 - 1,200 2145 - 1940’S DOUBLE-SIDED COCA-COLA SODA FOUNTAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 23 - 1/4” x 26 - 1/2”. This sign appears to be missing two colors in the printing process. It does have moderate edge wear with porcelain chips and some fading and discoloration. The field has a few marks and chips as well. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800 LOT - 2140

2146 - PORCELAIN COCA-COLA SINGLE-SIDED NEON SIGN. 24” x 24” x 7”. This sign was drilled for neon and was not a factory issue. It looks incredible. There are a few chips in the field but has good color and gloss. (Very Good+). 800 - 1,500

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2147 - COCA-COLA FISHTAIL PORCELAIN SLED SIGN. 43 - 3/4” x 16” x 2 - 1/2”. This sign appears to have never been used. It has very good color and gloss. It would be hard to improve on this example. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,000 2148 - 1940’S COCA-COLA PORCELAIN KICK-PLATE. 29 - 1/4” x 12 - 1/4”. This sign was made by Vilas in Canada. Sign has great color and gloss. It does have some areas of touch-up. (Very Good+). 400 - 800 2149 - COCA-COLA DIE-CUT SINGLE-SIDED PORCELAIN BOTTLE SIGN. 16 - 3/8” x 5” x 1/4”. This sign has good color and gloss with one chip on the bottom-left border. (Very Good+). 300 - 600 2150 - LARGE COCA-COLA PORCELAIN BUTTON SIGN. 48” x 48” x 5”. This is a Canadian version. It does have some minor soiling and a few edge chips. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400 2151 - COCA-COLA FISHTAIL LOGO PORCELAIN SLED SIGN. 43 - 3/4” x 16” x 2 - 1/2”. This is a very nice nice sign with strong color and gloss. There are some minor chips on the edges. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2152 - 1950’S SINGLE-SIDED PORCELAIN COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGN. 28 - 1/4” x 20”. Sign has incredible color and great gloss. Upon close inspection, there is some very well done restoration around five of the upper mounting holes. There are also a few extremely light rubs in the field. (Very Good+). 400 - 800

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2153 - LOT OF 2: ICED COCA-COLA HERE PORCELAIN DOOR PUSHES. Each: 31” x 3” x 1 - 1/4”. Both of these door pushes are marked made in Canada 1952 P&M. Both are in great condition with only a few marks. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400 2154 - LOT OF 2: PORCELAIN COCA-COLA DOOR PUSHES. Each: 3 - 1/2” x 12”. This lot includes two near mint Coca-Cola porcelain door pushes. One is in English and one is in German. Both are in fantastic condition with no issues. Strong colors and gloss. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,400

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LOT - 2156 2155 - LARGE COCA-COLA PRESCRIPTIONS SINGLE-SIDED PORCELAIN SIGN. 96” x 54”. This sign has great color and gloss and a rather clean field with only light wear. There are some minor marks and chips around the border and edges. (Very Good+). 3,000 - 5,000 2156 - LARGE COCA-COLA FOUNTAIN SERVICE SINGLE-SIDED PORCELAIN SIGN. 94” x 48”. This is a hard to find version. It does have some cloudiness in the field and a few chips in the corners and mounting holes. Despite these issues, this sign still displays quite well and is a fantastic sign. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000 2157 - LARGE SINGLE-SIDED COCA-COLA DRUGSTORE ADVERTISING SIGN. 96” x 54”. This over-sized self-framed sign has great color and gloss. There are a few minor chips in the field as well as some chips and marks in the borders and mounting holes. (Very Good). 2,500 - 4,500

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2158 - 1920’S COCA-COLA OVERSIZED LEADED GLASS DISPLAY BOTTLE. 19” x 19” x 47”. This bottle was manufactured by Metropolitan Art Glass Company in New York. This piece has a wonderful presence and is almost never seen for sale. Has the original cap on top and all original glass as well. It is mounted onto a wooden base and is in working order. There are a few cracked panels that do not take away from the beauty of this piece. This is a once in a lifetime chance to get one of the most sought-after Coca-Cola pieces for your collection. (Excellent). 50,000 - 80,000

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LOT - 2162 2159 - SINGLE-SIDED PORCELAIN COCA-COLA NEON SLED SIGN. 72” x 25” x 12”. This sign has been drilled for neon and professionally assembled with an all new case on the back. It is in excellent condition with only a few chips and some light discoloration in the red. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,500

2161 - COCA-COLA SERVE YOURSELF PLASTIC LIGHT-UP SIGN. 15 - 3/4” x 15 - 3/4” x 3 - 1/2”. This sign has never been used. It comes in its original packaging and was made by Hanover Neon. It is in fantastic condition with only some light storage wear. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 2,000

2160 - LOT OF 2: LIGHT-UP COCA-COLA SIGNS. Larger: 9” x 19 - 3/4” x 4 - 3/4”. First is a counter top motion display light in restored condition. Lights and has motion. Second is a Coca-Cola cash register topper light-up. Original condition and working. (Restored - Very Good). 800 - 1,600

2162 - 1951 COCA-COLA “GIRL’S HEADS” BACKBAR DISPLAY. Frame: 43 - 1/4” x 61” x 1/2”. This piece is framed behind glass. It includes the original envelope. The colors and layout are fantastic. There are a few bumps on the edges and a couple areas of edge wear. On the centerpiece and two side pieces there is some minor lifting where the plexiglass has adhered to the cardboard. Other than that, this piece displays well above average and would sit well in any collection. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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2163 - COCA-COLA PRICE BROTHERS COUNTER TOP LIGHT-UP SIGN. 11 - 1/4”D. x 4”. This sign comes in its original box. It has never been used. It is in fantastic condition with some light soiling. The box has moderate wear with tears and soiling. (Excellent - Near Mint). 700 - 1,200 2164 - COCA-COLA COUNTER TOP LIGHT-UP ADVERTISING SIGN. 9” x 19 - 1/2” x 3 - 3/4”. This sign has a top glass marquee that says “PLEASE PAY WHEN SERVED”. The bottom has an etched Coca-Cola script logo. This is a Price Brothers manufactured sign and retains its original decal on the back. The red metal case does have moderate wear with paint loss and oxidation. The glass signs on the front are in near mint condition and the front silver trim has some light foxing but displays quite well. (Very Good+). 700 - 1,200 2165 - LARGE WOODEN COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGN CIRCA 1920. 49 - 1/2” x 22” x 3 - 1/2”. This sign appears to be hand-made and has an almost ‘folky’ appearance with a great crazed surface. The top of the sign does have an affixed panel that has a telephone number, which is very unique. The right-hand edge does have some wood and paint chips, which do not take away from the wonderful look of this sign. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400

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2166 - LARGE COCA-COLA CAMPBELL’S PALACE DRUGS NEON SIGN. 90” x 77” x 18”. This is a very appealing sign with very strong colors and gloss. The colors are the same as the day it was made. The sign is double-sided, in working order and ready to be hung. (Excellent). 8,000 - 18,000

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2167 - COCA-COLA LIGHT-UP DOUBLE-SIDED COUNTER TOP ADVERTISING SIGN. 21 - 1/4” x 16 - 1/2” x 13”. This sign is in working order and does have some edge wear on both sides, as well as a small crack on one side to the upper-right edge and border. The center metal case does have moderate oxidation and paint loss. Overall, this unit is in very good condition. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 2168 - COCA-COLA GLASS BOTTLE LIGHT-UP ADVERTISING SIGN. 9” x 9” x 20”. This sign retains its original base as well as tin bottle cap. There is one missing bolt on the bottom of the base. There is some light cloudiness to the bottle but overall this place displays well above average and is a very hard to find piece. (Very Good+). 4,000 - 8,000

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2169 - COCA-COLA CLOCK. 34” x 15 - 1/4” x 5 - 3/4”. Circa 1930’s. Some fading to the face, but in working condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2170 - LOT OF 2: COCA COLA JR. COOLER AND BETTY BOOP REFRIDGERATOR. Larger: 51” x 25” x 27”. A pair of restored retro coolers. First is an early electric refrigerator restored in a Betty Boop decoration. Cools and works great. The second is a Coca Cola jr ice chest also restored. Some nicks and a slight scrape to the cooler. (Restored). 800 - 1,500

LOT - 2169

LOT - 2168

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LOT - 2173

LOT - 2171

2171 - RARE 1901 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CLOCK. 26” x 18 -1/4”. Clock was made by The Sessions Clock Company and retains its original Coca-Cola dial. The dial has moderate wear with soiling, paint loss and scrapes. This clock is hard to find in any condition. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 2172 - COCA-COLA SELECTED DEVICES COMPANY ADVERTISING CLOCK. 16” x 16” x 3 - 1/2”. This clock does have some discoloration to the Coca-Cola logo as well as some minor paint loss. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2173 - 1950’S COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CLOCK. 17” x 17” x 4 - 1/2”. This clock is all original. It does have a rather tattered cord that might need to be replaced. (Good). 300 - 600 2174 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA COUPON AND ADVERTISING CLOCK. Largest: 17 - 1/4” x 8 - 1/4” x 3 - 3/4”. This clock does come with its original pendulum. Experts do not believe that this clock is as old as it appears, nor do they believe it is an original Coca-Cola manufactured piece, but does have a great look and is in working order. Also included in this lot is one early Coca-Cola coupon for one free glass of Coca-Cola in near mint condition. The condition of the lot overall is very good+ to near mint. (Very Good+ - Near Mint). 600 - 1,000 2175 - COCA-COLA PAUSE AND REFRESH ADVERTISING MOTION LIGHT. 9” x 19 - 1/2” x 4 - 3/4”. This light is in working order but has some soiling to the metal section. All of the glass signs are in very good condition. The Pause and Refresh sign does have some very minor marks. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200 274

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LOT - 2175


2176 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA LIGHT-UP AND COOLER SIGN. Larger: 16 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/2” x 7”. The light-up sign is plastic and was made by Neon Products in Lima, Ohio. It has some marks and scrapes to each side of the plastic, as well as some soiling that should clean up. The color is strong and it displays quite well. Unit is untested and may need a new cord. Also included is a Coca-Cola arrow Cooler sign that has been completely restored. Condition of this lot ranges from very good to restored. (Very Good - Restored). 500 - 1,000 2177 - LOT OF 2 COKE AND PEPSI COOLERS. Larger: 32” x 21 - 3/4” x 29”. Original Coca-Cola glasscock cooler/ice chest and Pepsi counter top ice chest, both in as found original condition. The Coca-Cola glasscock cooler retains all four tin panels, in bright color with moderate wear and scratches. The Pepsi cooler has oxidation and rust as well as paint loss and scratches to all four sides, but retains a great period appearance. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500

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LOT - 2177

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2178 - LOT OF 5: LARGE COCA-COLA COOLER COUNTER WITH 4 STOOLS. Largest: 63” x 104” x 28”. An 8’ original coca cola cooler from a country store with an applied top made into a lunch counter or bar for your soda fountain or man cave. Complete with four contemporary stools. Cooler is not working, but the compressor is present. Complete with sliding doors to the compartments. Signs of wear to the paint, but a great retro look. (Good). 2,500 - 5,000

LOT - 2178

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2179 - COCA-COLA SALESMAN SAMPLE COOLER. Largest: 10 - 1/4” x 12 - 1/4” x 7 - 3/8”. This cooler comes with two miniature wooden crates as well as the business builder brochure, which is on the inside of the lid. The top cover has come loose from the ring binder. There is moderate oxidation, paint loss and marks to this piece but still displays well and would be a great candidate for restoration. (Good - Very Good). 1,200 - 2,500 2180 - COCA-COLA & LYONS ROOT BEER SODA DISPENSER. 15” x 18” x 16 - 1/2”. This dispenser has Coca-Cola on one side and Lyons Root Beer on the other side. It retains all four of the original signs. It is in fantastic condition with light wear. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000

LOT - 2179

2181 - 1940’S CHROME COCA-COLA DISPENSER. 19” x 11” x 15 - 1/4”. This dispenser retains all four of its script signs on each side. (Very Good+). 500 - 900 2182 - LOT OF 3: COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 10 - 1/2” x 18”. This lot includes an early tin Coca-Cola flange in fair condition with moderate soiling, oxidation and paint loss. Also included in this lot is a French Canadian plastic sign with a wooden base. It has a crack through the middle with a tape repair on it. Lastly is a die-cut double sided Coca-Cola arrow rack sign. It has good color with moderate oxidation and wear. (Fair). 500 - 900

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LOT - 2183

LOT - 2184 2183 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGNS. Larger: 11 - 3/4” x 31 - 3/4” x 1/4”. Included in this lot is one Coca-Cola fishtail advertising flange made by AM Sign Company. It has some minor soiling with a few scrapes. Also included is one self-framed fishtail logo Coca-Cola advertising sign. It is in fantastic condition with some very light soiling that will most likely clean off. Conditions of this lot range from very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 900 2184 - DOUBLE-SIDED LIGHT-UP COCA-COLA COUNTER TOP SIGN. 12 - 1/4” x 13 - 1/2” x 3”. This sign is in working order and has a great look. It has plastic faces with a metal case and base. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2185 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA DISPLAY STAND AND RICHARDSON WOOD BARREL DISPENSER. Larger: 56” x 17” x 19 - 3/4”. A Coca-Cola store display stand with original tin sign. Some small scratches to main field and oxidation to the metal rack. Also a wood Richardson Root Beer dispenser with spigot. Scratches and some scuffs other wood, has lid. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2186 - COCA-COLA CLOCK & LIGHT-UP COUNTER TOP SIGN. 19 - 1/2” x 4 - 3/4” x 9”. This sign is in working order. It has some oxidation and soiling and some marks on the Coca-Cola logo. (Very Good). 400 - 700 2187 - COCA-COLA REVERSE GLASS COUNTER TOP ADVERTISING SIGN. 5 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/3”. Made by the Price Bros. Retains the original decal on the back. It is in excellent condition with the slightest amount of wear. (Excellent). 300 - 700 LOT - 2185

LOT - 2187

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LOT - 2189

2188 - EARLY COCA-COLA BASEBALLRELATED ADVERTISEMENT. Frame : 18 -1/4” x 13 -1/4”. Advertisement shows panorama of early stadium and man in a cap holding a glass of Coca-Cola. This pieces has been framed in cardboard, and says “That’s The Ticket!! Coca-Cola Ask the Athlete - Ask the man with the player’s thirst”. Depicts five early baseball players and mangers on the bottom, including several Hall of Famers, Miller Huggins, Eddie Collins, Connie Mack, and John McGraw, as well as the Manger Chicago Callahan. Some slight creasing throughout, and small tears of the middle border on both sides. (Very Good). 200 - 400 2189 - LOT OF 2: OVERSIZED COCA-COLA BOTTLE DISPLAY AND THERMOMETER. Larger: 20” x 6 - 1/2” x 6 1/2”. Included in this lot is an oversized glass Coca-Cola bottle display with original Coca-Cola cap. It has one small touch-up in the second “C” of “COCA-COLA”. Also included is a large tin die-cut Coca-Cola thermometer with working tube. It is in very good condition with some minor paint loss on each mounting hole. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2190 - COCA-COLA 10¢ MODEL 110 VENDING MACHINE. 63 - 1/4” x 33” x 23”. All original Vendo model 110 10¢ coke machine. Original paint, new cord, untested. With key. (Good). 500 - 1,500 2191 - 1930’S COCA-COLA BATH ROOM MIRROR. 11 - 3/4” x 3 - 1/2”. This mirror appears to have never been used. It comes in its original cardboard packing. The packing does have some writing in pen on it. The mirror is in great condition with minor foxing on the top and bottom edges. (Excellent). 350 - 700

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LOT - 2193

LOT - 2195 LOT - 2194 2192 - LOT OF 3: COCA-COLA COOLER WITH 2 CARRIERS OF BOTTLES. Largest: 16” x 20 - 1/2” x 13 - 1/2”. Restored small Coca-Cola ice chest and two Coca-Cola bottle carriers with bottles. (Restored - Good). 400 - 800 2193 - COCA-COLA AIRLINE COOLER. 18 - 1/4” x 6 - 1/2” x 12”. This heavy-duty cooler is all original. It does have moderate wear with paint loss and some soiling. (Good). 400 - 700

LOT - 2197

2194 - 1930’S EMBOSSED COCA-COLA SODA FOUNTAIN DISPENSER. 19” x 9” x 24”. Dispenser does have some soiling, general wear and a few rubs to the red areas. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2195 - LOT OF 2 COCA-COLA COOLERS. Larger: 12 - 1/2” x 17” x 7”. Two restored small Coca-Cola ice chests. Very nice restored condition. (Restored). 400 - 800 2196 - RESTORED EARLY ICE CHEST IN COCA- COLA MOTIF. 27” dia x 50”T Fully restored round ice cooler with internal racking, lift lid, and working front door. Very nicely done in Coca-Cola motif. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 300 - 600 2197 - 1950’S COCA-COLA AIRLINE COOLER. 12” x 17” x 6 - 1/4”. This is a nice all-original example. It has some slight marks and scuffs with a few paint nicks. (Very Good). 300 - 600

LOT - 2196

LOT - 2198

2198 - COCA-COLA SYRUP DISPENSER. 23” x 20” x 11”. Circa 1950’s. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 600

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LOT - 2200

LOT - 2199

LOT - 2201

2199 - TUSKEGEE, ALABAMA HUTCHINSON COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 7” x 2 - 1/4”. Rare example. Circa 1903. (Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000 2200 - JASPER, ALABAMA HUTCHINSON COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 7” x 2 - 1/4”. Small chip under base. Rare bottle. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 2201 - LOT OF 4: ALABAMA COCA COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent+ condition. (Excellent+). 2,000 - 3,000

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LOT - 2202

LOT - 2203

LOT - 2204 2202 - LOT OF 10: PENNSYLVANIA COCA COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes eight amber bottles and two aqua bottles. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000

2204 - LOT OF 34: MISCELLANEOUS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000

2203 - LOT OF 13: MISCELLANEOUS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a Milwaukee and an early Norfolk bottle. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000

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LOT - 2206

2205 - LOT OF 28: AMBER TENNESSEE COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000 2206 - LOT OF 23: MISSISSIPPI COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes seven Mississippi Aero ambers. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000

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2207 - EARLY ATLANTA, GEORGIA HUTCHINSON COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 7” x 2 - 1/4”. Rare bottle attributed to Atlanta, Georgia. Rough chip under base. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500

LOT - 2207

LOT - 2208

2208 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA HUTCHINSON BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a Coca Cola bottle out of Chattanooga, Tennessee and a National Dope Company out of Birmingham, Alabama. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 2209 - LOT OF 3: AMBER ALABAMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes an Albertville bottle. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500

LOT - 2209

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2210 - LOT OF 4: AMBER ALABAMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a new Delatur, Albertville and both Helenas. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500 2211 - LOT OF 11: CALIFORNIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a San Francisco amber. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500 2212 - LOT OF 11: NORTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500

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LOT - 2211

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LOT - 2214

LOT - 2215

2213 - LOT OF 11: SOUTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500 2214 - LOT OF 11: SOUTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500 2215 - LOT OF 59: MISCELLANEOUS SODA BOTTLES. Largest: 9 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,200 - 1,800

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2216 - LOT OF 15: KENTUCKY COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes two rare ambers. (Excellent). 1,200 - 1,800 2217 - EARLY HUTCHINSON COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 6 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/2”. Dated 1897. Two small chips under base. Made by Electric Bottling Works in California. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 2218 - LOT OF 19: AMBER WEST VIRGINIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 3,000 2219 - LOT OF 12: AMBER & AQUA PENNSYLVANIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes five amber Pennsylvania bottles and seven aqua Pennsylvania bottles. Included is a rare Kittanninga bottle. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

LOT - 2217

LOT - 2218

LOT - 2219

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2220 - LOT OF 10: AMBER OHIO COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Very good condition. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2221 - LOT OF 10: AMBER OHIO COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. All in excellent+ condition. (Excellent+). 1,000 - 2,000

LOT - 2221

2222 - LOT OF 2: MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 2223 - LOT OF 3: FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

LOT - 2222

LOT - 2223

2224 - LOT OF 6: FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a round-plated of Key West example. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

LOT - 2224

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LOT - 2226

LOT - 2227

LOT - 2228

LOT - 2229

LOT - 2230

2225 - LOT OF 7: OKLAHOMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2228 - LOT OF 5: NEW YORK COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 8 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2226 - LOT OF 6: FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2229 - LOT OF 5: ALABAMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a Florence, Alabama bottle. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2227 - LOT OF 5: OKLAHOMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2230 - LOT OF 8: FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

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LOT - 2231

LOT - 2232

LOT - 2233

LOT - 2234

LOT - 2236

LOT - 2238

LOT - 2235

LOT - 2237

2231 - LOT OF 7: ALABAMA AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2235 - LOT OF 4: ALABAMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2232 - LOT OF 8: ALABAMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2236 - LOT OF 11 COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. All North Carolina. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2233 - LOT OF 10: ARKANSAS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes one amber and nine aqua. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2237 - LOT OF 4: ARKANSAS, MISSOURI & NORTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a rare Thomasville type. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

2234 - LOT OF 4: ARKANSAS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

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2238 - LOT OF 20: MISCELLANEOUS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

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2239 - LOT OF 9: NORTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 2240 - LOT OF 14: NORTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a Gastonia and New Berne. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

LOT - 2240

2241 - LOT OF 5: GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a Newnan. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 2242 - LOT OF 6: ILLINOIS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

LOT - 2241

LOT - 2242

2243 - LOT OF 20: GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

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LOT - 2244

2244 - LOT OF 8: TEXAS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 LOT - 2245

2245 - LOT OF 12: TENNESSEE COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 2246 - LOT OF 16: TENNESSEE COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a rare No. 2. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

LOT - 2246

LOT - 2247

2247 - LOT OF 16: SOUTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 2248 - LOT OF 13: LOUISIANA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 2249 - LOT OF 15: MISSISSIPPI COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

LOT - 2248

LOT - 2249

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LOT - 2251

LOT - 2252

2250 - LOT OF 18: LOUISIANA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 2251 - LOT OF 26: VIRGINIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2252 - LOT OF 10: VIRGINIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 2253 - LOT OF 24: WEST VIRGINIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2254 - LOT OF 17: SOUTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

LOT - 2253

LOT - 2254

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2255 - LOT OF 11: CANADIAN COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

LOT - 2255

2256 - LOT OF 11: NORTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Good to excellent condition. (Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2257 - LOT OF 9: TEXAS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2258 - LOT OF 4: FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

LOT - 2256

2259 - LOT OF 3: UTAH COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/2”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2260 - LOT OF 5: OKLAHOMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a Birmingham bottle. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 2258

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LOT - 2264

LOT - 2265

LOT - 2266

LOT - 2267

LOT - 2268

2261 - WOODBURY, GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2265 - LOT OF 8: TEXAS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2262 - LOT OF 2: STREATOR, ILLINOIS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2266 - LOT OF 7: COLORADO COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2263 - LOT OF 4: ILLINOIS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes an extremely rare Rock Island bottle. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2267 - LOT OF 4: ARIZONA & NEW MEXICO COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2264 - LOT OF 4: OKLAHOMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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2268 - LOT OF 10: NEW YORK COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes two amber examples and eight aqua examples. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 2270

LOT - 2271

LOT - 2272

LOT - 2273

2269 - LOT OF 8: TEXAS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent+ condition. (Excellent+). 800 - 1,200

2273 - LOT OF 8: ILLINOIS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes two ambers and eight aqua. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2270 - LOT OF 6: IOWA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2274 - LOT OF 2: ILLINOIS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2271 - LOT OF 4: ILLINOIS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2275 - DERIDDER, LOUISIANA SCRIPT COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2272 - LOT OF 11: NORTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes three amber bottles and eight aqua bottles. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

LOT - 2274

2276 - LOT OF 4: NEW JERSEY, NEW HAMPSHIRE & WASHINGTON D.C. COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 2276

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LOT - 2277

2277 - LOT OF 12: OHIO COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2278 - WAUCHULA, FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Purple glass. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2279 - PANA, ILLINOIS AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

LOT - 2278

LOT - 2279

LOT - 2280

2280 - KOKOMO, INDIANA AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2281 - LOT OF 10: FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2282 - LOT OF 10: FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 2284

LOT - 2285

LOT - 2286

LOT - 2287 2283 - LOT OF 10: FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2285 - LOT OF 9: GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2284 - LOT OF 7: FLORIDA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2286 - LOT OF 10: ALABAMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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2287 - LOT OF 14: GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 2289

LOT - 2290

LOT - 2291

LOT - 2292

LOT - 2293

LOT - 2294

LOT - 2295

2288 - LOT OF 8: ALABAMA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2289 - LOT OF 8: ILLINOIS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2290 - LOT OF 11: NORTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2291 - LOT OF 10: NORTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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2292 - LOT OF 10: AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2293 - LOT OF 10: AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2294 - LOT OF 10: AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2295 - LOT OF 10: AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 2297

LOT - 2299 LOT - 2298

LOT - 2301 LOT - 2300

2296 - LOT OF 10: AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2297 - LOT OF 10: AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

LOT - 2302

2298 - LOT OF 10: AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2299 - LOT OF 14: MISCELLANEOUS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,000 2300 - LOT OF 6: AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2301 - LOT OF 12: MISCELLANEOUS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

LOT - 2303

2302 - LOT OF 12: MISCELLANEOUS SODA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2303 - PEORIA, ILLINOIS AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2304 - LOT OF 13: ILLINOIS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 2306

LOT - 2305

LOT - 2307

LOT - 2308

LOT - 2309 2305 - LOT OF 8: ILLINOIS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. One amber and seven aqua. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

LOT - 2310

2306 - LOT OF 10: GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2307 - LOT OF 11: SOUTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2308 - LOT OF 11: SOUTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2309 - LOT OF 10: INDIANA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a Logansport rare bottle. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

LOT - 2311

2310 - LOT OF 6: KANSAS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2311 - LOT OF 8: MISCELLANEOUS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes one amber. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2312 - LOT OF 13: KENTUCKY COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 300

LOT - 2312

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LOT - 2314

LOT - 2315

LOT - 2317 LOT - 2316

LOT - 2319

LOT - 2320

LOT - 2321

2317 - LOT OF 14: GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

LOT - 2318

2313 - LOT OF 4: WEST VIRGINIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2314 - LOT OF 5: MICHIGAN COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2315 - LOT OF 3: MISCELLANEOUS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes a Panama. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2316 - LOT OF 4: GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

2318 - RICH HILL, MISSOURI COCA-COLA BOTTLE. 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Rare. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2319 - LOT OF 3: MISSISSIPPI COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2320 - LOT OF 4: GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2321 - LOT OF 4: WEST VIRGINIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent+ condition. (Excellent+). 750 - 1,500

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2322 - LOT OF 4: VIRGINIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 750 - 1,500 2323 - LOT OF 3: NORTH CAROLINA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 750 - 1,200

LOT - 2322

LOT - 2323

2324 - LOT OF 7: GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 600 - 900 2325 - LOT OF 5: GEORGIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 600 - 900 2326 - LOT OF 15: INDIANA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 600 - 900 LOT - 2324

2327 - LOT OF 5: MARYLAND COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 600 - 900 2328 - LOT OF 9: MARYLAND COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 600 - 900

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LOT - 2326

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LOT - 2328

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LOT - 2330

2329 - LOT OF 5: NEBRASKA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 600 - 900 2330 - LOT OF 7: MISSOURI COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 600 - 900 2331 - EARLY COCA-COLA BOTTLE WITH PAPER DIAMOND LABEL. 8” x 2 - 1/4”. This is a very nice early Coca-Cola bottle from Tampa Florida with an original diamond label. The label has some soiling and minor loss on the left corner. (Very Good+). 500 - 1,000 2332 - CIRCA 1910 COCA-COLA WREATH SYRUP BOTTLE. 12 - 1/4” x 3 - 1/4”. This is a very nice example with only one tiny chip on the outside of the rim. The wreath design has a very minor rubbed area on the right side. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

LOT - 2331

LOT - 2332

2333 - LOT OF 4: AMBER COCA-COLA BOTTLES - ORGEON & OHIO. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Includes two Oregon bottles and two Ohio bottles. (Excellent+). 500 - 1,000 2334 - LOT OF 9: AMBER VIRGINIA COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. All bottles in excellent+ condition. (Excellent+). 500 - 1,000 2335 - LOT OF 3: WISCONSIN COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 500 - 800

LOT - 2333

LOT - 2334

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LOT - 2337

LOT - 2336 2336 - 1960’S COCA-COLA DIAMOND LABEL BOTTLE. 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. This is a very nice unused Diamond Label Coca-Cola bottle. The label has minor handling wear. The foil label is still quite strong, however. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

LOT - 2338

2337 - LOT OF 52: MISCELLANEOUS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 200 - 300

LOT - 2339

2338 - LOT OF 5: MISCELLANEOUS SODA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 200 - 400 2339 - LOT OF 19: MISSOURI COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 8” x 2 - 1/4”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 200 - 500

LOT - 2340

2340 - LOT OF 9: MISCELLANEOUS MODERN COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Largest: 9” x 2 - 1/2”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 100 - 300 2341 - LOT OF 11: MISCELLANEOUS COCA-COLA BOTTLES. Each: 8” x 3” x 3”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 100 - 300

LOT - 2341

2342 - 1920’S COCA-COLA ETCHED SYRUP BOTTLE. 12 - 1/2” x 3 - 1/4”. This is a very nice bottle with original cap. It has an etched Coca-Cola design. They is a tiny paint chip in the second “O”. (Very Good+). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2343

LOT - 2344

LOT - 2345

LOT - 2346

2343 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA GLASS SELTZER BOTTLES. Larger: 12 - 1/2” x 4 - 1/2” x 4 - 1/2”. This lot includes 2 Coca-Cola seltzer bottles. One is from New London, Connecticut and the other is from Rochester, New York. Both are in excellent condition with no issues. (Excellent). 400 - 800

LOT - 2347

2344 - LOT OF 2: BIEDENHARN SODA BOTTLES. Largest: 8 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/2”. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 300 - 500 2345 - ORANGE CRUSH TELECHRON ADVERTISING CLOCK. 15” x 15” x 3 - 1/2”. This clock is in fantastic condition with some light soiling to the top of the glass, which will come off. It is in working order. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2346 - RC COLA HIGHBALLS REVERSE GLASS ADVERTISING SIGN. 10” x 12” x 1/2”. This sign was made by Dura Products in Canton, Ohio. The sign has an easel back for counter top display. It is in excellent condition with only one tiny rub in the field. This is a very scarce sign that almost never comes up for sale. (Excellent+). 1,500 - 2,500

2347 - WHITE ROCK MINERAL SPRINGS SIGN. Framed: 22 - 1/4” x 29 - 1/4” x 3/4”. The classic Miss Cue - bright red against the green - make this classic advertisement pop. Nice framed and matted, has some minor water staining along bottom edge that does not take away from this great cross-category piece. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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LOT - 2348

LOT - 2349

2348 - CHERRY BLOSSOMS DOUBLE-SIDED DIE-CUT TIN-LITHO BOTTLE TOPPER SIGN. Larger: 8” x 2 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/4”. This sign is extremely rare, with very few known to exist, and dated 1921. It has very strong colors and a great appearance with only a very shallow bend mark near the children. The sign does come with an original Cherry Blossom bottle with original label, also in excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,700 2349 - TIN MOXIE SODA LITHOGRAPH ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 14 - 3/4” x 26” x 1”. Circa 1930’s. This sign is framed behind glass, has great graphics and strong colors. There are some marks, rubs and some soiling in the field but does display above average. A very difficult to find sign. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000 2350 - HARTSHORN’S ROOT BEER EXTRACT PAPER LITHO SIGN. Frame: 32 - 1/4” x 19 - 1/4” x 1 - 1/4”. This sign shows an African-American waiter carrying a tray of root beer. The sign is professionally framed and matted behind glass. It has some very light soiling and a couple minor darkish marks on the bottom corner and left-bottom edge. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

LOT - 2350 306

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2351 - FAN TAZ BASEBALL ADVERTISING SYRUP DISPENSER. 8 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. This dispenser does come with an original Fan Taz pump. It has very strong color and graphics which show a baseball bat as well as a baseball and gold details to the figural ball. (Excellent - Near Mint). 10,000 - 20,000

LOT - 2351

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2352 - CHERIOLA SYRUP DISPENSER. 14â&#x20AC;? T. Extremely rare dispenser with fantastic graphics. There are some remnants of an early shellacking. (Excellent Plus). 8,000 - 15,000

LOT - 2352

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2353 - DR. SWETT’S ROOT BEER SYRUP DISPENSER. 14 - 1/2” x 11” x 11”. This is a very fine example with no issues. It does come with a reproduction pump. The colors are magnificent as well are the details. You would be hard pressed to find a better example. (Near Mint). 7,000 - 14,000

LOT - 2353

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2354 - INDIAN ROCK GINGER ALE SYRUP DISPENSER. 16” x 9” x 9”. This dispenser has a period pump. The colors are strong and the graphic is very nice on both sides. There are a few hairline cracks and some scuffs on some of the letters. (Very Good+). 6,000 - 12,000

LOT - 2354 310

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2355 - MONTELAISE VIGOROLA CERAMIC SYRUP DISPENSER. 9”Dia. x 14”T. Round white ceramic syrup dispenser with golden accents and crimson lettering reading “THE INVIGORATING BEVERAGE”. (Very Good - Excellent). 5,000 - 15,000

LOT - 2355

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LOT - 2357

LOT - 2356 2356 - GRAPE CRUSH SYRUP DISPENSER. 15” T. Beautiful original condition with the original pump. (Excellent+). 4,000 - 8,000 2357 - CRAWFORD’S CHERRY-FIZZ SYRUP DISPENSER. 14” x 10” x 10”. Includes a period pump. Very strong colors with some light fading in the word “Crawford’s”. The base appears is slightly off color and appears to have some repair to it. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 312

LOT - 2358

2358 - WARD’S ORANGE CRUSH SYRUP DISPENSER. 9” x 9” x 15 - 1/4”. This dispenser does come with a period pump. It has strong color with light wear. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000

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2359 - ZIPP’S CHERRI-O BARREL SYRUP DISPENSER. Larger: 11 - 1/4” x 8” x 8”. This dispenser has fantastic graphics showing a bird drinking out of a glass with a straw. The colors are very strong. All of the gold pinstripes are very strong as well. This dispenser does come with a period pump. It sits about 1” above where it should, but does work for decorative purposes. The top rim has no chips, the bottom rim has a couple tiny chips on the outside edge and one 1-1/2” chip on the inside edge. There is also about a 2” hairline crack on the inside bottom that doesn’t affect the stability of this dispenser. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000 2360 - LOT OF 5: SODA FOUNTAIN AND SYRUP DISPENSER PUMPS. Largest: 15 - 1/2” x 11” x 3 - 7/8”. This is a nice lot of soda fountain and syrup dispenser pumps. All have general wear with some soiling and oxidation. (Very Good). 400 - 800

LOT - 2359

LOT - 2360

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LOT - 2361

2361 - 10¢ VMC MODEL 81 EMBOSSED ROYAL CROWN COLA VENDING MACHINE. 59 - 1/4” x 27 - 1/2” x 22 - 1/2”. Beautiful restoration of this very rare Royal Crown soda vending machine by VMC, model 81. Embossed cabinet, restored inside and out, working perfectly and with keys. (Restored). 5,000 - 10,000 314

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LOT - 2362

LOT - 2363

2362 - 10¢ VMC MODEL 81 DR. PEPPER VENDING MACHINE. 58 - 1/2” x 28 - 1/4” x 22”. Beautiful restoration of another rare VMC model 81 vending machine, this time for Dr. Pepper. Restored inside and out to perfection, working wonderfully and with keys. (Restored). 3,000 - 6,000

2363 - 10¢ VMC MODEL 81 EMBOSSED PEPSI-COLA VENDING MACHINE. 58 - 3/4” x 28” x 23”. Beautiful restoration of this rare and very desirable Pepsi-cola vending machine. Near perfect restoration, works perfectly, with keys. (Restored). 3,000 - 6,000

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LOT - 2364

LOT - 2365

2364 - 10¢ VMC MODEL 81 EMBOSSED 7-UP VENDING MACHINE. 59 - 1/2” x 27 - 3/4” x 23”. An outstanding restoration of this rare VMC model 81 7-UP vending machine. Near perfect restoration inside and out with no use. Working perfectly and with keys. (Restored). 4,000 - 8,000

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2365 - 10¢ COCA-COLA VENDO MODEL 81 VENDING MACHINE. 59” x 28” x 22”. Beautiful restoration of this very desirable Vendo model 81 Coca-cola Vending machine. Completely restored, working perfectly, with keys. (Restored). 2,000 - 4,000

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LOT - 2367

LOT - 2366

2366 - 10¢ VENDO MODEL 44 COCA-COLA MACHINE. 58” x 16 - 1/4” x 21 - 1/2”. Iconic Vendo model 44 Coca-Cola machine in all original condition. Complete with key and two cases of 7 oz. new vend-able Coca-Cola. (Very Good). 2,000 - 3,000

2367 - LOT OF 2: PEPSI-COLA ADVERTISING SIGNS. Larger: 46 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/4” x 1/2”. Included in this lot is one vertical self-framed tin Pepsi sign with great color and appearance. There are a few light marks in the field and some minor edge wear. Also included in this lot is a double-sided Pepsi-Cola bottle cap sign made for the Mexican market. It has some fading, a few chips in the fields and light edge wear. Condition of this lot overall is very good. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500

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LOT - 2368

LOT - 2369

LOT - 2371

2368 - PEPSI-COLA TIN ADVERTISING FLANGE SIGN. 16” x 17” x 2”. This sign appears to have never been used. It has some remnants of wax paper still on the sign. The colors are very strong and this sign should clean up some. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500

LOT - 2370

2369 - LOT OF 4: PEPSI-COLA WATCH FOBS. Largest: 5 - 1/4” x 1 - 3/4”. This lot includes two Washington DC Pepsi fobs, a John Smith and Pocahontas Pepsi fob and a Pepsi eagle shield fob. All are in very good condition with general wear. (Very Good). 400 - 700 2370 - PEPSI ADVERTISING LIGHT-UP CLOCK. 16” x 15 - 3/4” x 4”. This clock has a plastic face and a metal back section. There is some minor wear to the center plastic Pepsi face. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2371 - HIRES IN BOTTLES SIGN. 9 - 3/4” x 27 - 5/8” x 1/4”. Tin Hires sign. Some slight bends, minimal paint loss near mounting holes, a very obscure Hires sign to find in this condition. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

2372 - LOT OF 3: MOXIE AND HIRES ROOT BEER ADVERTISING PIECES. Largest: 32 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2”. Included in this lot is one Hires Root Beer die-cut easel-back sign, mounted in a frame without glass. It has a closed tear in the bottom section as well as some light general wear. Also included is one Moxie reverse glass advertising tray, with paint that has lifted off the tray by about 50%. Lastly there is a nice “DRINK MOXIE” handled glass. It is in near mint condition with no issues. Conditions of this lot range from fair to near mint. (Fair - Near Mint). 500 - 1,000 LOT - 2372 318

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LOT - 2376 2373 - LOT OF 3: HIRES ROOT BEER ADVERTISING PIECES. Largest: 16” x 12”. Included in this lot are two Hires Root Beer Advertising hand fans, both in good condition with moderate darkening and minor paper loss. There is also a 1950’s Hires Root Beer easel-back sign, with mild discoloration and darkening as well as edge wear and one hole punched in the top-center. Condition of this lot is good to very good. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 900 2374 - HIRES SYRUP DISPENSER GLOBE AND SELTZER BOTTLE. Largest: 9 - 1/2” x 7” x 7”. The seltzer bottle is from Columbus Ohio. It has some oxidation to the metal top and some soiling to the inside of the bottle. The globe has some moderate soiling and general wear. (Very Good+). 400 - 800 2375 - LOT OF 3: EARLY HIRES ROOT BEER MUGS. Largest: 5” x 4”. This lot includes one tall mug and two identical smaller mugs. One of the smaller mugs has a tiny chip on the outer edge. The rest of the mugs are in great shape with the slightest wear. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 600 2376 - LOT OF 2: EARLY HIRES ROOT BEER ADVERTISING WATCH FOBS. Each: 1 - 1/2” x 1- 3/4”. Both are in excellent used condition with just minor handling wear. (Excellent). 200 - 400

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2377 - WOODEN MOXIE COOLER WITH SIGNS. Largest: 32” x 21 - 3/8” x 32”. Very rare Wooden Moxie ice chest with original tin signs on the cooler and an additional tin and cardboard sign. Cooler is original but the wood case has been refinished, the tin sign sides are original with minimal signs of use and wear throughout, and with a great look. The additional tin sign is a rare one, however with some significant paint loss and oxidation. The cardboard sign is original and intact. (Good - Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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2378 - MAHOGANY MARBLE TOPPED SALOON BACK BAR. Larger: 120” x 14” x 41 - 1/4”. Beautiful Mahogany Saloon or Soda Fountain back bar with marble top. All original stained and cut glass inserts, machine lights and showcase front with locking drawers. Comes in two pieces with separate marble slab. Backbar has an older refinish to the Mahogany, and lighting cords are replaced. No keys. (Very Good). 4,000 - 8,000 2379 - ROYAL CROWN COLA DOUBLE-SIDED ADVERTISING SIGN. 16” x 28 - 1/2” x 2”. This sign comes with its original bracket, which is quite hard to find. This sign has very strong colors and a great graphic. There are a couple areas of touch-up and some minor flaking. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400

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2380 - MIDDLEBY ROOT BEER MUG SYRUP DISPENSER. Larger: 12” x 10” x 11”. Dispenser retains its original top and the mug has raised letters that read “MIDDLEBY ROOT BEER”. One side of the mug is missing 90% of the paint on the lettering and the other side has about 70% remaining. The mug displays very well. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2381 - 7 UP DIE-CUT TIN ADVERTISING BOTTLE SIGN. 44 - 1/2” x 12 - 3/4” x 1/4”. This is a sign that was made in the last 20 years by Stout’s Sign Company. The total production was 850 units. This example is extremely clean with almost no wear. (Near Mint). 400 - 800 2382 - LOT OF 2: WHISTLE AND ORANGE-CRUSH ADVERTISING SIGNS. Larger: 27 - 1/2” x 19 - 3/4”. The Whistle sign is embossed tin and dated 1939, it has some scrapes and rubs, with a shallow bend on the top section. The Orange-Crush sign is self-framed embossed tin, with some bends and edge wear with some paint loss and scrapes. (Very Good). 600 - 900

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2383 - DOUBLE COLA TIN AND BAKELITE DOOR PULL. 12” x 3 - 1/4” x 1 - 3/4”. This door pull is dated 1941. It has great color and design on the tin-litho section. This piece is in fantastic condition with only a few light marks. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000 2384 - LOT OF 2: SALADA TEA PORCELAIN DOOR PUSHES. Each: 2 - 1/2” x 10”. This is a great lot of two identical Salada Tea Porcelain door pushes. Both are near mint and appear to have never been used. Both have great gloss and color. (Near Mint). 500 - 900

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2385 - 1950’S DRINK DR. PEPPER SINGLE-SIDED PORCELAIN SIGN. 24” x 9 - 1/4” x 1/2”. This sign has great color and gloss, with two chips on the bottom mounting holes. (Excellent). 400 - 700 2386 - DR. PEPPER CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. 31 -1/2” x 19”. This sign shows a soldier enjoying some Dr. Pepper. It has some fold marks in the man’s face and some cloudiness in the Dr. Pepper logo area, as well as some edge wear that is mostly noticeable on the bottom. (Very Good). 250 - 500 LOT - 2386

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2387 - DOUBLE COLA TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 27 - 3/4” x 19 - 3/4”. This sign has never been used and is in fantastic condition. It has great color and gloss with only a tiny mark on the top left corner. (Near Mint). 400 - 700 2388 - LOT OF 2: CLEAR’OC GINGER ALE & BOBBY LOU MIXER ADVERTISING SIGN & POSTER. Largest: 26” x 18”. Included in this lot is a Bobby Lou Lithiated Lemon Mixer advertising poster. This poster retains its top and bottom metal strips, has fantastic color and graphic done by Haskell Coffin. There is some rub marks right below the top metal strip, a few closed tears on the left edge as well as a few marks. The other is a die-cut standup from Clear’oc Ginger Ale in New Bedford, Massachusetts. It shows a woman sitting by the river, enjoying a cup of ginger ale. The edges have some slight wear. Upon close inspection, the main oval image of the woman has been cut out and placed on top of the die-cut. It appears to have been done this way from the factory. Condition of the lot is very good. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2389 - DRINK CANADA DRY GINGER ALE TIN PUSH. 3 - 1/2” x 13 - 1/2”. This is a very nice door push with strong colors. It has a few light marks and minor soiling. (Very Good+). 300 - 700 322

2390 - LOT OF 2: CARDBOARD WHISTLE SODA ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 16 - 1/4” x 11 - 3/4” x 1/4”. Both of these signs are on cardstock. One is a die-cut fold-up advertising sign that appears to have never been used, with light soiling on the bottom section of the sign, dated 1948 and made by T. W. Company, St. Louis, Missouri. Also included is a 1948 cardstock advertising sign that appears to have never been used and also made by T. W. Company. Has fantastic colors and almost no wear. (Near Mint). 300 - 600 2391 - BIEDENHARN HUTCHINSON EARLY GLASS BOTTLE. 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/2”. Circa late 1800’s. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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2392 - DREWRYS GINGER ALE EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 20” x 13 - 1/4”. This is a very rare Canadian sign made by A. M. Patton Advertising in Winnipeg. The sign has strong colors and great graphics, which show a Canadian Mountie pouring a glass of ginger ale. There is a punched hole in the first “R” in the word “DREWYRS” and a small piece of metal loss in the bottom-left corner. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 2393 - 1957 CHEVROLET FRONT END CLIP. 28” x 70” x 58”. This is a restored 57 Chevy front end clip that fits to a metal desk. All the hardware is present to put the desk together, front end clip is an oder repaint, some pitting to the chrome with added mounting holes to the hood. Unique application for the office, where the first two owners made their first million. Time for a new owner to make theirs! (Good). 1,000 - 2,000

2394 - EMPRESS CHOCOLATES CELLULOID ADVERTISING SIGN. 26 - 1/2” x 22 - 1/2” x 1 - 3/4”. This sign is professionally shadowbox framed behind glass and shows a pretty, well-dressed woman standing on the bottom of some stairs. The colors are quite strong. This sign was made by Whitehead and Hoag Company. Has only a few tiny, closed cracks in the upper-right corner and edge. The sign has not been examined outside of the frame. (Excellent). 500 - 900 2395 - VAN HOUTEN’S COCOA PAPER ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 20 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/4” x 3/4”. This sign is framed behind glass. It has a complete restoration but still has a fantastic look. (Fair). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2397 LOT - 2396 2396 - MAILLARD’S BON-BONS & CHOCOLATES PAPER ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 26 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2” x 1”. This sign is framed behind glass, has very strong colors and a great graphic of the product. The word “MAILLARD’S”, the outlining of the sign and the 3-D part of the sign all have a gold appearance. There is some minor soiling on the very bottom of the sign. (Very Good+). 300 - 600 2397 - LOT OF 2: PORCELAIN STOLLWERCK’S CHOCOLADE & CACAO SIGNS. Each: 39 - 1/4” x 19 - 3/4”. German origin. Both of these signs are convex. They each have edge wear with some porcelain loss and soiling. (Fair - Good). 300 - 600 2398 - LOT OF 6: WALTER BAKER COCOA AND CHOCOLATE SIGNS. Largest: 4” x 24” x 1/2”. All six of these signs are in excellent condition with only minor wear. (Excellent). 300 - 600

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2399 - LOT OF 3: EARLY CHEWING GUM ADVERTISING PIECES. Largest : 12” x 12”. This lot includes two die-cut Primley’s Gum bear signs. One is framed and the other is loose. They have minor wear and one has a few fold marks. Also included in this lot is a Jones Tuxedo Gum cardstock advertising sign. It is in great condition and retains its original top mounting grommet. (Very Good). 400 - 700

2401 - AMERICAN CHICKLE CO. “KIS-ME” FRAMED DIE-CUT. Frame: 18 - 3/4” x 23 - 1/2”. Beautifully and professionally framed in shadowbox style, this embossed die-cut has stunning colors surrounding the beautifully dressed pretty girl. Three colorful butterflies add to the already fantastic look of this piece. A very, very small amount of restoration to the very bottom corners take nothing away from this great and rare Kis-Me advertisement. (Excellent) 1,500 - 2,500

2400 - LOT OF 2: PEPSIN GUM DISPLAYS AND AMERICAN DELIGHT GUM PACKS. Largest: 1” x 9” x 5 - 1/4”. This lot includes two never used Mansfields Pepsin Gum displays and a group of never used American Delight Gum Packs. (Near Mint). 400 - 900

2402 - KIS-ME GUM CO. FRAMED DIE-CUT. Frame: 22 - 1/2” x 28 - 1/2”. A wonderful die-cut with gold glitter throughout image is stunning and colorful. A rare addition to any collection in fantastic condition. (Excellent) 1,200 - 2,500

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2403 - KIS-ME GUM PURPLE FLORAL DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 23 - 1/4” x 19 - 3/4” x 1 - 1/4”. Super colors including deep purples, greens and rosy pink cheeks make for a stunning image. Framed and matted professionally and ready for display in fantastic condition. Has a tiny bend in bottom-left corner only visible upon close inspection. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2404 - KIS-ME GUM DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 26 - 1/4” x 32” x 2 - 1/2”. Gypsy girl with “faraway look”. Great condition with strong colors, professionally framed and matted, ready for display. Hard to find Kis-Me advertisement with all the right stuff going for it. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2405 - KIS-ME CLOVER DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 20 - 3/4” x 25 - 3/4” x 1”. Strong colors and fantastic look of three pretty girls popping out at the customer. Small insignia reads “Kiss me if you wish to chew the most delicious gum ever made / Try kiss me orange”. A very non-distracting water stain on the bottom-left corner. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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2406 - I’M HUNG ON ADAMS PEPSIN GUM FRAMED DIE-CUT. Frame: 14 - 3/4” x 20 - 3/4”. Marked “HAYES LITHO CO. BUFFALO N.Y.”. Superb image of lovely girl. Graphic is whimsical and a sure bet to please its new owner. Lettering has been repainted and some minor restoration throughout, visible only upon close inspection. Two brass studs at top corners add to the appeal. (Restored) 1,000 - 2,000

2408 - BEEMAN’S PEPSIN GUM LAVENDER DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 25 - 1/2” x 29 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/2”. The combination of purples and greens make this rare pretty girl advertisement desirable for many categories of collections. Great condition with one very small blemish on lower-left cheek, which does not distract. Mounted in a shadow box style. (Excellent). 800 - 2,000

2407 - ADAM’S PEPSIN GUM DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 20 - 1/4” x 24” x 1”. Professionally framed and matted to enhance the deep colors and wonderful image on this early die-cut embossed Adam’s Tutti Frutti Gum advertisement. Fantastic condition with only a small 1/4” crease in top left-hand corner. (Excellent). 800 - 2,000

2409 - KIS-ME GUM FACTORY CARDBOARD DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 26” x 20” x 1”. Marked “1905 BY WOLF & CO PHILA.”. Die-cut and embossed. Classic “faraway look” on this near mint Kis-Me advertisement. Professionally framed and matted, ready to hang. (Excellent). 700 - 1,500

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LOT - 2415 LOT - 2414 2410 - ADAM’S PEPSIN GUM DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 25” x 21” x 2”. Fantastic colors on this professionally framed early die-cut with a flirty girl. Only a small crease in the bottom-right corner. (Excellent). 500 - 1,200

2413 - LOT OF 2: ADAMS GUM TINS. Each: 6” x 6 - 3/4” x 5 - 1/4”. Pair of counter tins for Adams California Fruit and Tutti-Frutti gums. some light scratches and minimal paint loss. Lids are operative. (Very Good). 400 - 800

2411 - KIS-ME DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 12” x 9 - 3/4” x 1”. Marked “FROM COPYRIGHTED PHOTO BY FALK”. Framed die-cut with great image. Small piece of girl’s heel missing in bottom left corner, but does not take away from this colorful image. (Very Good). 400 - 700

2414 - LOT OF 4: CHEWING GUM ITEMS. 6” x 4 - 1/4”. A complete and full Box of Gold Tip gum, circa 1940’s. Two Primley’s Chewing Gum diecut bears and a Jones Tuxedo Gum advertising sign. (Excellent). 300 - 600

2412 - LOT OF 2: YUCATAN AND ADAMS GUM TINS. Each: 6” x 6 - 3/4” x 5 - 1/4”. Counter tins for Adams spearmint and Yucatan gums. Some minor scratches and paint loss. Lids are operative. (Very Good). 400 - 800 328

2415 - DENTYNE CHEWING GUM TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. 3” x 17 - 1/4” x 1/4”. This sign has strong colors with very light edge wear. (Excellent). 200 - 400

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2416 - LARGE DIE-CUT SEN SEN GUM SIGN. Frame: 26 - 1/2” x 35 - 1/2”. Originally a large size cardboard window stand-up (36”), this framed sign is not stock art and originally issued by the Sen Sen Mint & Gum company to stores and merchants in the early 20th century. Depicting the trademark Asian model with children and product, this is the largest of this graphic issued by Sen Sen. Condition shows some repair to the edges, with minor lifting to the cardboard. Professionally framed and with a great look. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 2417 - KIS-ME GUM BALLERNA DIE-CUT IN PERIOD FRAMED. Frame: 24 - 3/4” x 28 - 1/2”. Beautiful stand-up advertising for the Kis-Me Gum Company of Louisville KY. Retaining its original cardboard easel and museum mounted and framed in a period oak frame. Ready to hang. Bright colors and no repair. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200 2418 - ADAM’S GUN DIE-CUT WITH ADAMS COVER ENVELOPE. Frame: 22 - 1/2” x 26 - 1/2”. Beautifully framed Adam’s chewing gum diet stand-up featured with an original matching company envelope. In a period oak frame and museum mounted. (Excellent). 500 - 1,500

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2419 - DIE-CUT BEEMAN’S PEPSIN GUM ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 7 - 3/8” x 10 - 1/8” x 4 - 3/8”. This tin-litho display has fantastic colors and shows a wonderful die-cut graphic of two women gum vendors. There are two added holes to the top as well as a few professional areas of restoration. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400 2420 - SEN-SEN GUM TIN-LITHO COUNTER TOP ADVERTISING SIGN. 6 - 3/4” x 5 - 7/8” x 3 - 1/4”. This sign was made by the American Chicle Company. It has very strong colors and shows a great graphic of a beautiful, smiling woman. The tray on the front does hold an early box of Sen-Sen gum that does have some tap repair to it. There is a light horizontal bend in the center of the sign but the sign still displays excellent with a wonderful appearance. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200

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2421 - ADAM’S PEPSIN TUTTI-FRUTTI ADVERTISING DISPLAY CASE. 17 - 3/8” x 12 - 5/8” x 6 - 1/2”. This small display case has a very ornate wooden marquee that says “ADAM’S PEPSIN TUTTI-FRUTTI”. It is in very good condition with some light wear. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2422 - BEEMAN’S PEPSIN GUM DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 19 - 3/4” x 23 - 1/4” x 1”. Marked “1905 WOLF & CO. PHILA.”. Early hard to find Beeman’s Pepsin Gum advertisement with deep reds and greens make the mysterious-looking girl “pop” out in 3-D fashion. One small non-offensive hole between the ‘N’ and ‘S’ in ‘BEEMAN’S’. Great early frame and glass. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2423 - SPINNING ZENO GUM DISPLAY RACK. 21” x 11” x 11”. This is a great piece of gum advertising. Clockwork display piece for Zeno Gum, with identification at the top via the 4 different tin pocket tins Zeno had, and embossed Zeno directly below the tins. The tin fronts show signs of wear, but still display well and show off the display. with clock key, the display spins slowly as it should (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 2424 2424 - LOT OF 2: ZENO GUM DISPLAY CASES. Each: 18 - 1/2” x 10” x 9”. A pair of Zeno gum cases, both versions. One with the finial carved marquee and fancy trim around the door and the other with the more common marquee and door trim. Mirrors so age and silver loss, both cases are in original finish, with little signs of wear or use. 2 wonderful examples! (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500 2425 - LOT OF 3: ZENO GUM DISPLAY PIECES. Largest: 13 - 3/4” x 12” x 5 - 1/4”. A trio of Zeno Gum display items. First is a wooden shipping box that displays the Zeno name, no top. The second is a Zeno Gum wall safe. No Key and made from cast iron with sheet metal door. Third is a real cute little spectacle “eye glass” case. All original glass and finish. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500

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2426 - LOT OF 2: ZENO GUM DISPLAY CASE & SMALL OAK DISPLAY CASE. Larger: 14 - 7/8” x 16” x 10 - 1/2”. A pair of display cases. first is a Zeno gum in all original finish and glass, including shelves. Comes with some loose zeno gum wrappers. The second is a small oak showcase, all original finish and glass. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2427 - LOT OF 2: WOOD ZENO CLOCK WORK CHEWING GUM VENDORS. Each: 16 - 3/8” x 10 - 1/2” x 9”. A pair of 1895 Zeno clockwork gum vending machines. Both are in original finish, back doors are open without keys. Some scuff marks to the tin advertising panel. Both work well and have some newer gum loaded for vending. No keys. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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2428 - LOT OF 2: ZENO WOOD CLOCKWORK CHEWING GUM DISPENSERS. Each: 16 - 3/8” x 10 - 1/2” x 9”. A pair of 1895 Zeno clockwork gum vending machines. Both are in original finish, back doors are open without keys. Some scuff marks to the tin advertising panel. Both work well and have some newer gum loaded for vending. No keys. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2429 - PORCELAIN ZENO CHEWING GUM VENDOR. 16 - 3/4” x 7” x 6”. A nice example of the Zeno gum porcelain vender in yellow. Small touchups primarily to the porcelain at the coin entry and lock area. Has key and works (Very Good). 800 - 1,200

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2430 - PORCELAIN ZENO CHEWING GUM VENDOR. 16 - 3/4” x 7” x 6”. Zeno gum vending machine in yellow porcelain. Some touchups to the porcelain can be seen, mostly to the “E” in zeno on the front. Working and with key. (Good). 600 - 1,200 2431 - LOT OF 2: GLASS ZENO CHEWING GUM JARS. Each: 11 - 1/2” x 4 - 1/2” x 4 - 1/2”. Pair of Zeno gum glass display jars. One with etched glass label and one with a paper label. Ground glass stopper on top, some small flea bite chips to opening edges. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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2432 - TIN COVERED 1¢ ZENO GUM VENDOR. 17 - 1/2” x 9 - 3/4” x 9 1/2”. A great early vending machine that does not come up for sale often. This tin covered Zeno machine is in all original condition. The tin sides are in great condition, and it is missing half of the top tin cover. Working and no key, however the back door is open. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 2,000 2433 - FRAMED DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR TIN SIGN. 30” x 41” A single sided tin sign, advertising for De Laval Cream Separators and featuring an amazing illustration of cows from different countries such as Scotland, Denmark and Holland of the Netherlands. At the center is a charming depiction of a lovely woman, happily holding a cow. At the bottom left corner, the sign shows it was copyrighted in 1907 by De Laval Separator Co. Tin sign shows faded wear with some scratches and abrasions inside the main field. Original frame appears to have been repainted at one time and has some missing detail carving on the outside rim. Displays well and is a difficult sign to find in any condition. (Good). 1,500 - 2,500 LOT - 2433

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2434 - LOT OF 2: ICE CREAM ADVERTISING SIGNS. Larger: 56 - 1/4” x 26” x 1/2”. Included in this lot is one Sealtest Ice Cream Giant Frappe self-framed tin sign. This sign has an incredible graphic with great color and is made by the Stout Sign Company. It has some soiling in the field that should clean off. This is a fantastic sign with very little wear. Also included in this lot is one double-sided tin Delorge’s Ice Cream sign. This sign has moderate soiling, discoloration and wear on both sides. Conditions of this lot range from good to excellent. (Good - Excellent). 1,200 - 1,800

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2435 - LOT OF 2: TIN OVER CARDBOARD WALKER’S ICE CREAM ADVERTISING MENU SIGNS. Each: 32 - 1/4” x 14” x 1/2”. Both menus are very similar, however one has a few more signs featuring different flavors on them. They are both in very good condition with minor wear and soiling. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2436 - FRO JOY EMBOSSED TIN DOUBLE-SIDED SIDEWALK SIGN. 21” x 18 - 1/2” x 34”. This sign has its original sidewalk frame. The frame has been repainted and the sign does have moderate areas of restoration as well. (Restored). 400 - 800 2437 - MID-WEST ICE CREAM ADVERTISING TRAY WITH KEWPIES. 13 -1/4” x 13 -1/4” x 1 -1/4” . This tray was made by Parker Brawner, Washington DC. It has great color and fun graphics. There are a few marks and paint drips in the field. The borders and edges have some paint loss, marks and paint drips. The tray still displays above average and is one we have not seen before. (Very Good Plus). 150 - 300

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2438 - KOKEN LIGHTED LED GLASS BARBER POLE WITH ORIGINAL GLOBE. 14” x 76 x 14”. Lighted barber pole with white porcelain enamel base and top with beautiful leaded glass body in the iconic red and white stripe pattern, crowned with an original leaded glass globe. The globe, measuring 12”D x 12”T, features red, white, and sky blue swirls with green border surrounding the words “Barber Shop”. This is an all original pole, not restored. Signs of oxidation to the metal frame with sever small cracks in the leaded glass, but in general, a great original pole. With key to access door and winding key. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000 2439 - EARLY LIGHT-UP FOLK ART WOODEN BARBER POLE. 30 - 1/2” x 6” x 6”. This is a very unique barber pole that we have never seen before. It is an early custom-made piece that has been carved out on the backside where light sockets have been added. It has a very primitive and appealing look to it. The unit works but the cord will most likely will need to be replaced. There is moderate paint loss and soiling to this piece but the overall appearance is fantastic. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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2440 - EARLY CARVED WOODEN BARBER POLE TRADE SIGN. 39” x 6” x 6”. This is a fabulous wooden barber pole with a great crackled surface over the entire piece. The colors are strong and there is only minor paint loss in a few areas as well as some general wear and some natural age cracks. The original iron eyelet is on the top and makes it perfect for hanging. (Very Good+). 800 - 1,600 2441 - PORCELAIN BARBER POLE TRADE SIGN. 42” x 18” x 16”. Older restoration of this porcelain and cast-iron barber pole. Some small chipping to porcelain, paint loss to painted cast-iron, rewired. Unknown maker. (Restored). 500 - 1,000

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2442 - CURVED PORCELAIN BARBERSHOP ADVERTISING SIGN. 23 - 3/4” x 15” x 6”. Sign has some edge wear and minor porcelain loss, but still has an excellent look. (Very Good). 400 - 700 2443 - LOT OF 2: BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOP ADVERTISING SIGNS. Larger: 48” x 8” x 4”. Both signs made by Marvey Company. The curved porcelain sign has great color and loss with minimal loss and wear. The flange sign is in like-new condition with very light soiling. Condition of this lot overall is excellent to near mint. (Excellent - Near Mint). 400 - 800 2444 - KOKEN PORCELAIN AND LEATHER BARBER CHAIR. 48 - 1/2” x 27” x 40”. Koken barber chair in original condition. Leather is worn but not torn, playing has oxidation and some loss to nickel. (Good). 500 - 1,000

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2445 - KOKEN COMPANIES BARBER CHAIR SALESMAN SAMPLE. 15 - 1/2” x 9” x 15”. This is a fantastic salesman sample barber chair made by Koken Barber Supply Co. St. Louis. This is an extremely sought-after item. This example works just the way a regular sized chair would work. The chair rotates, leans back and forth and goes up and down. The arm which raises the seat up and down is not in working order and will need to be repaired. The chair can be moved manually up and down. This is a fine example. (Very Good) 10,000 - 20,000

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2446 - FRAMED LESSIVE DE LA MENAGERE BLACK AMERICANA POSTER. Framed: 54 -1/2” x 39” x 1 -1/2”. This poster is framed behind Plexiglas. This poster dates to the late 1800’s and is very clean with only a few fold marks. It is advertising a bleaching agent. (Excellent Plus). 500 - 1,000 2447 - 1919 EDISON MAZDA LAMPS MAXFIELD PARRISH CALENDAR. Frame: 39 - 1/2” x 20” x 1”. This calendar is titled “PROMETHEUS”. The calendar is framed behind glass but is missing the monthly calendar pad, but does have the printed months on the bottom section. The calendar has numerous horizontal fold marks, but the colors are strong and the calendar does display well. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,600 2448 - DIE-CUT THE LETTER HOME ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Each: 26 - 3/4” x 23” x 1 - 3/4”. This calendar is professional framed and matted behind glass. It is from 1902 and shows a woman holding a letter that was most likely written to her by someone in the war. The colors are fantastic as well as the details. This is a fold-up piece that has been framed to show the full beauty. There are a couple fold marks with some very light wear. Also included in this lot is an early Promenade calendar, which shows four well-dressed girls in their Sunday best clothing. There are a couple tears to the top ribbon which connects the middle piece to the top and there is some light soiling. This piece is professionally framed and matted behind glass. (Very Good+ - Excellent). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2451 2449 - 1896 CAPEWELL HORSE NAIL CO. ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Frame: 19” x 14 - 1/2” x 1”. This full monthly calendar is framed and matted behind glass. It has strong colors and great graphics. Above the word “HORSE” is a very faint line that shows a slightly darker appearance and there are a few fold marks and light wear to the frame. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2450 - NEHI BEVERAGES ADVERTISING CALENDAR BY ROLF ARMSTRONG. Frame: 26” x 13 - 1/2” x 1”. This 1931 calendar is framed behind glass and has the February month showing on the calendar pad. It has some minor soiling and light edge wear. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200

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2451 - COLLECTION OF INGRAM RICHARDSON SIGN COMPANY MEMORABILIA. Largest: 11 -1/2” x 9” x 2”. This unbelievable collection includes porcelain sign examples and color samples for porcelain signs from the Ingram Richardson Sign Co. additionally there is an original catalog, company log book and record book, and other memorabilia like a paper weight and employee service pin. A wonderful collection from an early porcelain sign maker. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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2452 - KEEN’S MUSTARD ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 24 - 3/4” x 29 - 3/4” x 3/4”. A fantastic cardboard sign with great color and embossing depicting an African tribesman sampling Keen’s Mustard. Showing a very colorful depiction of the Keen’s Mustard package. The sign retains it’s original gloss to the cardboard and shows an area of professional repair along the bottom edge. A wonderful piece of early advertising with a great image. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 2453 - FEHR’S MALT-TONIC TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING TRAY. 28 - 1/4” x 22 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/4”. This tray was made by H. D. Beach Company, Coshocton, Ohio. The graphics are fantastic on this sign, as well as the colors. They are unfaded and fanastic. This is a sign that really needs to be seen in person to appreciate the color and detail of this illustration. There are a couple light marks in the field, a few marks and rub areas on the border and some light oxidation on the top edge. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,400

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2454 - J.C. DELL FLOOR MODEL COFFEE GRINDER. 67” x 32 - 3/4” x 20 - 1/2”. All original J.C. Dell floor model coffee grinder in original paint, pin striping and with original catch bin. Some denting to the coffee hopper, significant paint loss with some surface oxidation, however, a great piece of early country store by a more obscure manufacturer. Has a simply wonderful unrestored look and appearance. (Good). 2,000 - 3,000 2455 - LOT OF 2 CHAS. PARKER COFFEE GRINDER & ENTERPRISE OLIVE OR GRAPE PRESS. Larger: 23 - 1/2” x 16” x 17”. A pair of early country store pieces. first is an all original charles Parker coffee grinder in original paint and pinstriping. The second is an enterprise grape or olive press in all original condition and working. (Very Good). 1,200 - 1,500 2456 - LANE BROTHERS SWIFT MILL COUNTER MODEL COFFEE GRINDER. 30 - 1/2” x 19 - 1/2” x 22”. This great Lane Bros. grinder has a beautiful restoration and a great recreation of the graphics to the “smoke stack” hopper. Swift Mill out of Poughkeepsie NY, this was a top of the line grinder for the Lane Brothers. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000

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2457 - CAST-IRON 1¢ HAMILTON MR. PEANUT SCALE. 21” x 24” x 45”. One-cent operation and all original paint with light to medium expected wear. Retains its original wheel mounts for rolling in and out of a store. Displays very well. Beautiful original example (Very Good). 10,000 - 20,000

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2458 - ADVERTISING SCALES CO. 1¢ ROYAL CROWN COLA SCALE. 12” x 22” x 45”. A great soda fountain scale from the Advertising Scales Co. Royal Crown cola is in excellent condition with signs of normal wear around the bottle cap, no cracks, original paint and plating. A wonderful example of this great collectable scale. (Excellent). 5,000 - 10,000

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2459 - THE WASHINGTON SCALE. 19 1/2” x 27” x 76” Rich mahogany cabinet with ornate nickel plated castings, upper marquee, and original tile 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 lower back door and marquee are replacements. In working order. Circa 1905. Keys are included. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Excellent). 4,000 - 8,000 2460 - ANGLDILE SCALE OPEN FACE SCALE WITH ORIGINAL STAND. 21 - 1/2” x 31” x 17”. Beautiful older restoration of the Angldile open face scale with stand. This granddaddy of country store scales is professional pinstriped, with a floral glass pan etched with the Angldile name. There are a few scratches to the older restoration, and a crack in the rear facing mirror, however this is a wonderful country store scale worthy of any collection. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000 2461 - 1¢ WATLING “SENATOR” LOLLIPOP SCALE. 24” x 27” x 72” This fully restored green and white pinstriped lollipop scale features visible mechanism with excellent reverse on glass dial cover. Reads “How much do you weigh”. Includes key. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000

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2462 - LOT OF 2: STORE CANDY SCALES. Largest: 13 - 1/4” x 10 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/4”. Two store candy scales, the first one is a small Jocobs Brothers 2lb Scale. An early operator overpaint, with original pan and clean chart. The second is a small Detecto-Gram counter balance scale, with 1ib., 1/2lb., and 1/4lb. weights. With original pan and in original paint with a complete set of decals and weights and measures label. Some wear to the weight indicator chart. (Good). 300 - 500 LOT - 2462

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2463 - LOT OF 4: FOOD-RELATED ADVERTISING TIP TRAYS. Largest: 6 - 1/2” x 4 - 3/4” x 1/2”. Included in this lot are two White Rock Tablewater tip trays as well as a King’s Pure Malt tip tray and one Stollwerck Chocolate and Cocoa tip tray. The Stollwerck tip tray is in excellent condition with the lightest amount of wear. The two White Rock tip trays are both in very good condition, however the red version does have some wear to the outside rim. Lastly, the King’s Pure Malt tip tray is in fantastic condition with a few minuscule nicks in the field and border. Condition of the lot overall is very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 600

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LOT - 2464 2464 - LOT OF 3: BEER-RELATED TIP TRAYS. Largest: 6 - 1/2” x 4 - 3/4” x 1/2”. Included in this lot are tip trays from Tech Beer, Lehnert’s Beer and P. Ballantine. The Ballantine tip tray is in near mint condition with almost no wear. The Lehnert’s and Tech Beer trays have some light rubs and general wear. (Very Good - Near Mint). 300 - 600

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LOT - 2465 2465 - LOT OF 3: MEDICAL-RELATED ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest Frame: 23” x 17” x 1/2”. The first piece in this lot is a tin sign advertising Overbrook Remedies, framed without glass and is quite possibly the front of an advertising cabinet. It has numerous scrapes, some discoloration as well as some soiling. The next piece in this lot is a reverse-glass sign for Merck’s Chemicals, framed and in excellent condition with only minor wear. Lastly in this lot is an embossed tin-litho chalkboard from Nature’s Remedy. It has fantastic colors with only a few light rubs and general wear, made by the H. D. Beach Company. Conditions of this lot range from very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800 2466 - HAMILTON-BROWN SHOE CO. ADVERTISING POSTER. Frame: 35” x 27 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/2”. This poster shows a beautiful woman sitting down on a chair. It is framed behind glass. There is some soiling and light surface loss next to her left shoulder. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2467 - LOT OF 6: EARLY SYRUP BOTTLES. Each: 11 - 3/4” x 3 - 3/4” x 3 - 3/4”. Each bottle has a very ornate metal topper. Each bottle is hand engraved with flavors such as lemon sour, lemon phosphate, cherry phosphate, orange phosphate, blood orange and wild cherry phosphate. The bottles have some soiling but are in remarkable condition. (Very Good+). 400 - 800

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2468 - LOT OF 3: TETLEY TEA ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 13 - 3/4” x 10 - 3/4” x 1/4”. This lot includes one tin Tetley’s Tea hanging sign in very good condition with only a few rubs. There is also a new old stock embossed tin over cardboard Tetley Tea sign that is still in its original envelope. Lastly, there is a hard composite Tetley Tea sign in excellent condition with almost no wear. (Very Good - Near Mint). 400 - 800

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2469 - LOT OF 2: LAKESIDE GRAPE JUICE TRAY & MOKAINE SIGN. Largest: 13 - 3/4” x 10” x 1/4”. Included in this lot is a nice Lakeside Grape Juice tray which was made by Kaufmann & Strauss. It has some light oxidation in the center of the field and also some paint loss on the upper-left edge. Also included in this lot is a French Mokaine Liqueur embossed tin sign. It has some oxidation and minor paint loss in the field. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2470 2470 - LOT OF 3: PAPER ADVERTISING SIGNS, INCLUDING A HAND FAN. Larges: 12” x 22” x 1/2”. This lot includes an early hand fan from Mason’s Blacking with an early black Americana image on the front and advertisements for the company on back, including a Philadelphia address. It has some edge wear and a slight bend mark but displays quite well. Second is a sign from Centlivre Tonic in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It has a great graphic of a nurse holding a tray with a shot of the product. This cardboard sign is in fantastic condition with some slight color loss on the left border. The last piece in this lot is an early lithographed barrel sign from Sloss Simmon and Company whiskey distillery in Louisville, Kentucky. The distillery produced for only two years, 1886 and 1887. It is in fantastic condition with great colors and a strong graphic. There is a closed tear on the right side of the piece. Condition of the lot ranges from very good to near mint. (Very Good - Near Mint). 400 - 700

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2471 - EARLY BALL WATCHES ETCHED BRASS ADVERTISING SIGN. 4 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/2” x 1/10”. This etched brass sign has a nice image of an early locomotive pumping smoke. It was made in the early 1900’s. The sign has some minor soiling and light general wear. (Very Good+). 400 - 800 2472 - LOT OF 2: SINGER SEWING MACHINES CALENDAR AND MASTER LOCK BIKE DISPLAY. Largest: 18 - 1/2” x 12 - 3/4” x 3/4”. The Master Lock Bike display has metal letters which are affixed to the wooden centerpiece. There is some soiling, general wear as well as some pen marks on the front of the sign. This piece does display quite well and has a great look. Also included in this lot is an early Singer Sewing Machine tin calendar. The calendar appears to be complete. It has some light rub marks, some oxidation and minor paint loss. Conditions overall in this lot are very good. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2473 - TRU-LAX LAXATIVE TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 14 - 1/4” x 14 - 1/4” x 12 - 1/2”. This display has great graphics on each side showing a nurse. There is also a panel in the front that is advertising the product as well. There are a few areas of discoloration and light wear. (Very Good+). 300 - 600 2474 - FOX BAKERY CRACKERS AND CAKES ADVERTISING WOODEN CRATE. 13” x 20 - 1/2” x 14”. This wooden crate is from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Has a great graphic on the two long sides and a wonderful paper lithograph label on one of the shorter sides. The label does have some paper loss and general wear. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2475 - VINTAGE FOLK ART APOTHECARY SHOP TRADE SIGN. 22” x 11 -1/2”. Early 20th century. The bust, carved and painted as the head of a sailor with slouch hat, white collar and kerchief, has a pill on his tongue. It retains an early if not original iron bracket fastener, now mounted on a later rectangular wooden plinth. Provenance of OLIVER CLARK. 18” tall. (Good) 2,000 - 5,000

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LOT - 2477 LOT - 2476 2476 - LOT OF 2: PAIR OF EARLY APOTHECARY HANGING GLOBES. Each: 22” x 9 - 1/4”. These globes come with a cast-iron hanging wall bracket. They have some general wear and paint loss on the metal sections but display quite well. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2477 - LOT OF 2: PAIR OF EARLY STAINED GLASS APOTHECARY HANGING SHOW GLOBES. Each: 15” x 9 - 3/4”. These pieces have a very impressive look with fantastic color and very light wear. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 2478 - LOT OF 2: APOTHECARY SHOW JARS WITH STANDS. Each: 24” x 12” x 12”. A matched set of Apothecary or pharmaceutical show jars from the early 20th century. Some shading to the glass, and minor flea bite chips to rim and ground glass stoppers. With original stands. Would look beautiful full of colored water as they were displayed 100 years ago. (Good). 600 - 1,200 2479 - LOT OF 6: FRAMED PHOTOS OF MCGOWIN-LYONS HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO. Frame: 18” x 32 - 3/4” x 1”. These six oversized photos are framed behind glass and shows two storefront photographs and four inside shots, which show products and displays. The photos have minor warping and light foxing, but do display well and are very clear. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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2480 - CIGAR STORE CHALKWARE BUST OF NATIVE AMERICAN WITH BEAR CLAW NECKLACE. 17 -1/2” x 13”. The piece appears to retain original paint and decoration, good to very good with some abrasions to paint surface on high points of bust. “Copyright 1900 The Bailey Co.” marked on back. (Very Good) 200 - 400 2481 - LOT OF 6: APOTHECARY JARS. Largest: 5 - 1/2”D. x 14 - 1/4”T. Lot consists of six assorted apothecary jars. Four of the jars have ground necks and stoppers while the other two have metal caps. The reverse glass labels on two of the jars have cracks. (Very Good+). 200 - 400

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2482 - CHICAGO PRINTED STRING CO. DISPENSER. Largest: 5 - 3/4” x 8 - 3/4” x 5”. This is a nice country store fancy string dispenser. It is complete. The entire metal surface has a uniform age crazing. (Very Good). 200 - 400

2483 - LOT OF 3: 15 GA. RED WING PICKLE CROCK & A PAIR OF CROCKERY JUGS 20 - 1/2” x 19” x 19”. A 15Gal. Pickling crock with lid in good condition, no decernavle cracks or chips. With handles and lid. A Western stoneware crock with lid. Nice front marking, no decreeable cracks or chips And a 5 gallon cookery jug, unmarked. (Very Good). 200 - 400

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2484 - LOT OF 8: ASSORTED ADVERTISING TRADE CARDS, MAGAZINE & CALENDAR. Largest: 12 - 3/4” x 10”. Lot consists of: first and second, Burdock Blood Bitters trade cards in great shape; third, fourth and fifth, Bells Buffalo Soap trade cards in great shape as well; sixth, a Royal Baking Powder Co. booklet in near mint condition; seventh, a Complete Armour’s Army & Navy Art Calendar; and eighth, a very unique 1898 The Pharmaceutical Era Magazine, which has numerous advertisements, including one for Coca-Cola. (Very Good - Near Mint). 150 - 300 LOT - 2485

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2485 - MINIMAX FIRE EXTINGUISHER REFILL. 14” x 4” x 2”. Unit is complete and unused. It has a great litho on the front panel. There is some soiling and minor wear. The bottom mount does have moderate paint loss. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2486 - COPPER MILK JUG. 21” x 12 - 1/2” x 12 - 1/2”. Heavy and with little denting, copper milk jug. Cast bronze screw lid. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2487 - PORCELAIN WHITE KING SOAP CLOCK. 37 - 1/2” x 25 - 3/4” x 7”. Powerful and colorful White King Soap with neon clock in center. A great addition to any collection. Multiple dings with some minor touch-ups throughout, but nothing that distracts from the great look of this sign. Includes original cables and tags on back of sign. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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LOT - 2490 2488 - LOT OF 2: “BOYE” NEEDLE DISPLAYS. 5 - 1/2” x 20” x 18 - 1/4”. Here are 2 Boye needle displays. The first one is a round tin display with wood base and tin front sign. Wonderful original condition with minor signs of wear, small creases to the front time sign, and excellent finish on the wood cabinet. The second is the round tin only with no base, more often seen then the one with the base. Also in good condition with minor wear and little paint loss. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500 2489 - LARGE DRUGS SODA WOODEN ADVERTISING TRADE SIGN. 162” x 24” x 2 - 1/2”. This turn of the century sign was recently found in the rafters of an old drug store in Selma, Alabama. This sign does have moderate soiling, paint loss and wear to the field and edges. On the backside there is some deterioration to the wood. It still has a great early look to it. (Good). 800 - 1,500 2490 - OVERSIZED BANQUET TEA CERAMIC STORE DISPLAY. Larger: 8 - 3/4” x 14” x 9”. This early display is in very good condition with great color and appearance. Does have some soiling that will clean off. (Excellent). 250 - 500

LOT - 2491 2491 - DR. DANIEL’S VETERINARIAN WOODEN DISPLAY CABINET. 26 -1/2” x 21” x 6 -1/4”. The back of the cabinet has a stencil that reads “This case is the Property of C.F. Goodnow General Agent Phila. Pa and loaned to keep Dr. Daniel Medicines in and nothing else”. The tin litho sign on the front has some crazing, discoloration and soiling. The wood case is in very good condition. (Very Good). 2,000 - 3,000

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2492 - LARGE DIAMOND DYE ADVERTISING CABINET. 30 - 1/4” x 23 - 1/4” x 9 - 3/4”. This large cabinet has a tin-litho sign on the front which shows images of people using Diamond Dyes and Paints in different scenarios. The sign has some paint loss but still displays well. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400

2495 - MUNYON’S REMEDIES ADVERTISING CABINET DISPLAY. 24” x 17” x 7 - 1/4”. This display was made by Charles W. Shonk. It has an embossed tin sign on the front of the cabinet. It has moderate oxidation with some soiling and discoloration. (Good). 400 - 800

2493 - HUMPHREY’S SPECIFICS STORE DISPLAY CABINET. 33” x 22” x 9 - 1/2”. A wonderful display cabinet for Humphrey’s Specifics remedies. Original marquee and finish to the cabinet. Great front graphic and all the drawers. A great survivor! (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

2496 - ROUGH RIDER COFFEE OVERSIZED STORE BIN. 18 - 3/4” x 15 - 3/4” x 15 - 3/4”. This bin is from O’Donohue Coffee Company, Front Street, New York. Has a great lithograph label on the front. Label does have moderate wear with paper loss and marks. This piece still displays well and would sit fine in any country store collection. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600

2494 - EARLY COUNTRY STORE OAK HAT DISPLAY CABINET. 59 - 3/8” x 52 - 1/4” x 17 - 1/2”. Very unusual display case for hats with original curved glass fronts, that when lift open, the hat rack interior slides forward to present the hats on display. Original oak finish with one replaced back panel that would face the wall. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

2497 - LOT OF 2: SLADE’S PURE SPICES AND PUTNAM DYES CASES. Larger: 21” x 10 - 1/4” x 8 - 1/4”. The Putnam Dye case has a tin-litho sign on the front. It has moderate wear with soiling and some discoloration. The Slade’s Spice box has a great label on the front and on the inside lid. It has moderate wear and soiling. (Very Good). 200 - 400

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2498 - OAK TABLE TOP RECORD OR DISC STORAGE CABINET 17 - 1/2” x 19 - 1/2” x 14”. Nice size oak record or music disc storage cabinet. Counter top version with front glass door. Signs of wear and use with scratches to the finish, No key. (Good). 200 - 400 2499 - DOUBLE STEEPLE NICKEL SHOWCASE. 41 - 1/4” x 94” x 27”. Beautiful 8’ double steeple nickel showcase in original patina. All original glass with the exception of the top mid section. Wood doors are present and operative. No shelves to upper sections. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 2500 - OAK SHOWCASE. 24”L x 94”W x 42”H. This large display case was manufactured by the Murray Cabinet & Show Case Co. of Fresno, California. Four sliding doors in back provide access and there is a full length, height adjustable oak shelf. The top is 3/16” thick glass. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 300 - 700 LOT - 2498

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2501 - CLAES & LEHNBEUTER DOUBLE STEEPLE NICKEL SHOW CASE. 84 - 1/2” x 28” x 38 - 1/4”. All original double steeple showcase from Claes & Lehnbeuter of St. Louis. Sold construction with shelves and all original waves glass and hardware. Some smaller dents and scratches to nickel. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000 2502 - CLAES & LEHNBEUTER DOUBLE STEEPLE NICKEL SHOW CASE. 84 - 1/2” x 28” x 38 - 1/4”. All original double steeple showcase from Claes & Lehnbeuter of St. Louis. Sold construction with shelves and all original waves glass and hardware. Some smaller dents and scratches to nickel. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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LOT - 2503 2503 - LARGE SLANT DISPLAY CASE. 62 - 1/2” x 24” x 24 - 1/4”. This great case was made by Columbus Showcase Company. Has four glass shelves. One of the shelves has a minor break in the corner. This is a great case to display your smalls. (Very Good+). 700 - 1,400 2504 - LOT OF 2: OAK DISPLAY CASES. Largest: 54” x 24 - 3/4” x 24 - 1/2”. A pair of oak display cases. First is an unusual three-sided oak case on original revolving stand. No makers tag, the interior is a cloth covered solid wood so that items could hang in the display window. Some finish loss and the appearance that it got wet at one time on one side. Carpet had been added to cover the top. Still a very good floor display case with specific application to some collections. The second is an upright case with two back doors and original glass shelves and brackets. Some scuffing and scratches throughout. Retains all hardware. (Good). 600 - 1,200 2505 - ROUND DISPLAY SHOWCASE WITH STAND. 63”T x 26” Dia. Glass showcase, featuring an all-around display with five interior shelves and stand. It has a wooden frame and base with ornate cast-iron legs. Minor age wear throughout with a crack near the top left corner of the door panel. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Good - Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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2506 - R. JACKSON KANSAS CITY 8 FT. DISPLAY CASE ON LEGS. 100” x 28 - 1/2” x 43 - 1/2”. Beautiful walnut store showcase on legs from the R. Jackson Company, Kansas City. One piece construction with shelf brackets and all original sliding doors on the back. Replaced top glass and no shelve. Missing one shelf bracket. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 2507 - ANTIQUE WOOD AND GLASS DISPLAY TABLE. 20” x 36” x 32”. Early 20th century leg mounted Display case with beautiful winged lion accents. Glass lid top is hinged, makes a great display case for small collectables. Original walnut finish and brass accents. (Very Good). 800 - 1,200 2508 - DIAMOND DYES “MANSION” COUNTERTOP DISPLAY CABINET. 24 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/4” x 8 - 1/4”. Great-looking example with original finish cabinet. Front tin has just a few random small spots and nicks with quite light wear. Same can be said for the rear tin. Small nick to rear edge of cabinet. (Very Good). 600 - 900

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2509 - FOUR-SEAT SODA FOUNTAIN DISPLAY TABLE. 32-3/4”T x 40”W x 40”D. This very interesting piece of furniture has a velvet lined, glass enclosed top and a swiveling circular seat attached to each of the four cast-iron legs. The cast-iron has been painted black and has yellow pinstriping. A fantastic Soda Fountain display table. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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2510 - FIRE AND POLICE CALL CABLE BOX. 82” x 14” x 14”. This is a restored fire and police call box marked L.W. Bills. Cast iron and metal construction, fully restored. Call box has some components inside. (Restored). 800 - 1,600 2511 - GAMEWELL FIRE ALARM CALL BOX. 73” x 13” x 11”. Restored condition all in red. Call box has internal components. Cast iron and sheet metal construction. Little wear. (Restored). 700 - 1,400 2512 - OCTAGONAL WALNUT VICTORIAN TABLE. 30 - 1/2” x 34 - 1/2” x 34 - 1/2”. A great size at 30” in diameter, this walnut table would make a great accent piece to a table top music box or other coin op counter machine. Original finish with some finish loss, abrasions and scratches. Table is solid, no drawers. (Good). 300 - 600

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2513 - 1919 SALESMAN SAMPLE RAIL CAR COUPLER. 5 - 3/4” x 6” x 9”. This piece is titled “Sharon” and was made by The National Malleable Castings Co. Cleveland Ohio. It retains its original brass tag on the top. The lift lever mechanism retains its original copper flash details. There is only some minor soiling and a couple tiny nicks on the top edges of the wooden block. This is a very fine example that is a great conversation piece. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,500 2514 - CAST-IRON SPARK MINIATURE STOVE. 7 - 1/4” x 31 - 1/4” x 8 - 1/4”. This is a very well-made stove that appears to be complete. Has some light soiling and general wear. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200 2515 - HORSE SHOE BRAND SALESMAN SAMPLE LAUNDRY WRINGER. 4 - 3/4” x 11 - 1/4” x 3 - 1/4”. Great example with very clear graphics and logos. (Excellent). 300 - 600

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2516 - EARLY TOLE PAINTED GUNPOWDER TIN. 16” x 10 - 3/4” x 13 - 1/4”. A fantastic early gunpowder tin that is tole painted. Retaining most of the original paint and graphic. (Good). 600 - 1,200 2517 - WILD DUCK RAW OYSTERS ADVERTISING TIN CAN. 4” x 3 - 1/2” x 3 - 1/2”. This is a very scarce can with a great graphic of a wild duck on the front. It is from Terra Haute, Indiana. Does have some minor soiling and a few marks to the can. The top is missing. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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2518 - SLEIGHING IN NEW YORK BY THOMAS BENECKE. Framed: 38 - 1/4” x 30 -1/2. This piece is framed and matted behind glass. It is dated 1855 and is in excellent condition. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2519 - DEVOE HOUSE PAINT DIE-CUT DOUBLE-SIDED PORCELAIN SIGN. 49” x 36” x 4”. This sign retains its original cast-iron bracket. The sign is in very good condition considering it was in use most of its life. The colors and gloss remain strong. There is a slight residue on the sign that was caused by weather and rain over many years. There are only a few chips to this sign, making it quite desirable. (Very Good+). 1,500 - 3,000 2520 - DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR FRAMED TIN SIGN. Framed: 40 - 1/2” x 29 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/2”. Retains its very ornate stamped De Laval frame. This is a very fine example with strong colors and a crisp image. Retains some original gloss. There are a few scratches in the center and one on the left bottom image. image could be enhanced with a good cleaning. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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LOT - 2521 2521 - H.P. HOOD AND SONS PORCELAIN MILK SIGN. 28” x 28” x 1/4”. This is an excellent example with great color and gloss. There are a few chips around some of the mounting holes. (Excellent). 7,000 - 12,000

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2522 - LONE RANGER MERIATA BREAD SELF-FRAMED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 38 - 1/2” x 25 - 1/2” x 3/4”. This sign has been framed without glass. The sign does have added holes around the perimeter. Some oxidation on the bottom edge. This sign has not been examined outside of the frame. The colors and graphics are very strong. There is some light discoloration and minor soiling. (Very Good). 4,000 - 7,000 2523 - LARGE PISTOL WOODEN ADVERTISING TRADE SIGN. 88” x 43” x 12”. This trade sign has its original cast-iron brackets. It has a great folky look. There is some paint loss and general wear with some soiling. This is a very unique and appealing piece. (Very Good). 5,000 - 10,000

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2524 - GOLD DUST WASHING POWDER SIGN. Framed: 24 - 1/4” x 37 - 1/4” x 2”. Superb condition coupled with a great frame set off this super image of The Twins bathing with their childish grins. Absolutely the best condition we have ever seen - this advertisement has it all! (Near Mint). 2,000 - 4,000 2525 - GOLD DUST TWINS SELF FRAMED TIN-LITHO SIGN. 25 - 1/2” x 38”. Circa 1901-1905. Made by Meek & Beach Co. This is a very scarce sign that we have only seen once before. There is some edge and frame rust, partial tin loss, general overall wear, marks and soiling. A few spots of high-quality restoration throughout. Displays wonderfully and still has the original wooden frame support on the back. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 2526 - LOWNEY’S COCOA THREE-PIECE SIGN. 14” x 10 - 1/2”. Dated March 28, 1908. Marked “KAUFMANN & STRRAUSS CO. NY.”. This is an exceptionally rare die-cut chain hanger with some fading and staining, but still retaining a fantastic look. A great addition to any advertising collection. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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2527 - MENNEN’S DOUBLE SIDED FLANGE WITH TRAY. 13 - 1/2” x 30 - 1/4” x 12”. Marked “BEAGH DISPLAY GOSHOATON, O”. Super die-cut flange sign mounted on a swivel rod with an image of children holding the product, Mennan’s serving tray attached. Shows wear throughout with multiple scratches and chips. This is a hard to aquire flange in any condition. (Good). 1,500 - 2,500 2528 - GRENFELL STYLE PAINTED SHEET IRON SIGN 18 - 1/2” x 48” x 5”. 20th Century, for iditarod or alpirod dog sled race. The sign is decorated on both sides with a dog sled team and Eskimo figures. The sign sits on a custom made stand that looks great. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,400

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LOT - 2529 2529 - EARLY LITHOGRAPHED BUCKEYE MOWER ADVERTISING SIGN. 14” x 20 - 1/4” x 1/4”. This is a fantastic early lithographed cardstock sign. It was made by Forbes Co. Boston. It retains its original metal eyelet on the top center. The colors and graphic are both very strong. This is one of the most appealing agriculture signs we have seen. (Excellent+). 1,200 - 2,500 2530 - AUBURN WAGONS TIN FLANGE ADVERTISING SIGN. 19 - 1/2” x 12” x 1 - 3/4”. This is an extremely rare sign advertising for Auburn Wagons. It has moderate paint loss and wear on both sides. Despite these issues, the sign still displays well and would sit well in any collection. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2531 - ANHEUSER-BUSCH FACTORY SCENE TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 15 - 3/4” x 37” x 1 - 3/4”. This sign retains its original Anheuser-Busch tagged frame. The frame is in great condition with no issues. The sign has an incredible detailed illustration of some of the Anheuser-Busch buildings. The colors are great as well as the details, which show numerous automobiles, trains, horses and people. There are two spots in the lower-center section of the sign as well as some slight color interruptions on the right-hand border and edge. The sign displays well above average and would sit well in any collection. (Very Good+). 1,000 - 2,000

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2532 - NY CHAMPION CANASTOTA CLOTH BUGGY SIGN. Frame: 19 - 1/4” x 25”. Very early Patten & Stafford Co. of Canastota New York, cloth buggy and wagon advertising sign. From a Dealer, WH.Landman in So. Londonderry VT. Beautiful image and advertising on cloth showing a horse and buggy and claiming a “New York Champion” A great piece of early transportation advertising in excellent condition. The cloth sign shows little signs of wear with some slight areas of faint soiling. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2533 - M.A. BURNES FURNITURE & CARPETS CURVED CORNER TRADE SIGN. 24” x 18” x 7”. This sign dates back to the early 1900’s. It is a tin Smaltz sign, which is affixed to a wooden frame. It has a wonderful appearance. M.A. Burnes was a furniture store in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s at 427 and 429 Main Street, Woburn, Massachusetts. The sign appears to be all original. It has a few rub marks with light wear and minor soiling. The sign displays quite well and would fit in any advertising or Americana collection. (Very Good+). 1,000 - 2,000

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2534 - M.A. BURNES STOVE AND RANGES CURVED CORNER TRADE SIGN. 24” x 18” x 7”. This is a tin Smaltz sign affixed to a wooden frame. It has a great appearance. The sign appears to be all original. It has some rubs and marks through the gold areas. It also has some light soiling and general wear. This sign would fit well in any advertising or Americana collection. (Very Good+). 1,000 - 2,000 2535 - LOWNEY’S PORCELAIN FLANGE. 15 - 1/4” x 13”. Great colors with some edge wear and a few non-distracting chips to the field. Overall a super piece with a distinct die-cut look. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2536 - POLL PARROT SHOE TIN SIGN. 49 - 1/2” x 48 - 1/2”. Die-cut tin sign in wooden edged frame. The iconic Parrot sporting the Poll Parrot product has some overall wear, dings and small chips consistent with its age, but this great piece nonetheless maintains a powerful look. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500 LOT - 2536

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2537 - COLGATE’S DENTAL TRI-FOLD WOOD SIGN. 20 - 1/2” x 35 - 1/2” x 3 - 1/4”. This tri-fold window display is in original condition in marked wooden frame. Great graphics and strong bright colors, this sign is a super addition to any collection. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2538 - MAIL POUCH DOUBLE-SIDED FLANGE WITH TRAY. 22” x 16 - 1/2” x 12”. Early die-cut flange mounted on a swivel rod with original serving tray attached. A hard to find flange with child holding product. Has fading, scratches and surface rust evident throughout on both sides. (Good). 1,000 - 2,500

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2539 - TRAISER’S PIPPINS 5 CENT CIGARS SIGN. 24” x 34”. Super colors and a wonderful image make this sign a stand-out in any tobacco collection. Deep rich colors and heavy porcelain, with only minor edge wear consistent with its age make the condition acceptable for the advanced collector. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 2540 - MADISON CIGAR SIGN. Frame: 16 - 1/2” x 32 - 3/4”. This iconic image for Madison Cigars has strong colors, is in fantastic condition, professionally framed and ready for display. Has only minor professional and non-distracting restoration. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 LOT - 2538

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LOT - 2544 LOT - 2543 2541 - SELF FRAMED TIN WHITE SEWING MACHINE SIGN. 28” x 38 - 1/4” x 1/2”. A large size self framed tin sign for White Sewing machines. Light fading to the finish with light scratches and one spot of paint loss under the “W” in sewing. Retains the original white identification to the frame. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2542 - LOT OF 2: STOLLWERCK GOLD & STOLLWERCK’S CHOCOLADE & CACAO PORCELAIN SIGNS. Larger: 39 - 1/4” x 19 - 3/4”. A pair of German Stollwerck porcelain signs. the first is a bright beautiful graphic sign for Stollwerck gold Chocolate. Great sheen and shine, the German translates to “The new Chocolate” Some chipping to the outer edges, no touch up. The second sign is a blue porcelain sign for Stollwerck’s Chocolate & Caco. The German at the bottom translates to “A little bit”. Some chipping to the middle field, mostly around the word “chocolate”. (Good - Very Good). 900 - 1,500 2543 - LARGE GAY STRIDE NYLONS EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 70 - 1/4” x 45 - 1/2” x 1”. Sign has a wooden support frame on the back. The colors are quite strong and unfaded. There are a couple bend marks as well as some mild soiling. (Very Good+). 800 - 1,500 2544 - LOT OF 3: 1880’S DOUBLE-SIDED ADVERTISING SIGNS. Each: 21 - 1/2” x 10” x 3/4”. These signs are all double-sided and have a wooden frame around them. They date back to the 1880’s and were made by The Donaldson Brothers in New York. The first panel has advertisements from Owl Brand Needles and Scissors. The second panels has advertisements from Low, Son & Haydon Handkerchiefs, Extracts and Toilet Soaps. The third panels has advertisements from Howard Brush Co Tooth Brushes and Dorcas Co Yarns, Worsted Wool & Cotton. These signs are in very good condition with very light wear. One of the panels has a small closed hole punch and another panel has some tiny paint specks on it. (Very Good+). 800 - 1,400

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2545 - DARLING DIE-CUT SIGN. Framed: 23 - 1/2” x 19 - 1/4” x 1”. This colorful Gypsy-looking girl unfolds to a 3-D counter top display for Darling Gum. Strong colors with a few areas of repair to edges. (Excellent). 800 - 2,000

2548 - LARGE PORCELAIN OLD DUTCH CLEANSER SIGN. 32” x 22” x 1/4”. 5 Color Porcelain sign for Old Dutch Cleanser. Several quarter size chips in the main field and to the right edge. A great porcelain sign and in a larger format. (Good). 800 - 1,400

2546 - HOLTER LUMBER CO. SIGN. Framed: 27 - 1/2” x 31 - 1/2” x 2”. Holter Lumber Co., Great Falls, Montana sign has bright colors that explode. This near mint image is housed in an old frame with old glass. Montana advertising is rare and hard to come by. (Excellent). 800 - 2,000

2549 - AMERICAN EXPRESS SINGLE-SIDED PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 17” x 18 - 1/2” x 1/4”. Dated 1914. This sign has very strong colors and gloss. There are a couple mounting hole chips as well as a few on the edge. (Very Good+). 800 - 1,500

2547 - RED GOOSE SHOES FREIDMAN-SHELBY SIGN. 29 - 1/2” x 36”. Heavy porcelain sign with great image of Red Goose. Has some edge wear with chips and minor touch-up to grommet holes and field. (Good). 800 - 2,000

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2550 - SHERMAN WILLIAMS PORCELAIN ADVERTISING FLANGE SIGN. 48 - 1/2” x 33 - 1/2” x 3”. This is a very large sign with a bolt-on bracket on the bottom to prevent the wind from bending the sign too much. There is some soiling on both sides that most likely will clean off. The color and gloss are excellent and there are only a few minor chips. (Very Good+). 800 - 1,500

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2551 - PENN ESTHER STOVE TIN LITHOGRAPH ADVERTISING SIGN. 7” x 8”. This is a very nice sign with great detail and color made by the Standard Adv. Co., Coshocton, Ohio. It appears to have never been used. At an angle you can see some minor paper residue. (Near Mint). 1,500 - 2,500 2552 - MAYO’S PLUG LINEN ADVERTISING BANNER. 35 - 1/4” x 23 - 1/4” x 1”. This banner appears to have never been used. It has extremely vibrant color and a great graphic. This piece is professionally framed and matted behind glass. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,400 2553 - MAZDA LAMPS TIN-LITHO COUNTER TOP ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 27 - 3/4” x 6 - 1/4” x 13”. This tin-litho display sits on a wooden base with a National Mazda Lamps decal on both sides. The unit is untested, but most likely the cord will have to be replaced as it is quite tattered. There is some weathering on the wooden base as well as some decal loss, rubs and marks on the tin-litho top section. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400

2554 - DIE-CUT PORCELAIN DOUBLE-SIDED JEWELRY ADVERTISING SIGN. Larger: 15” x 11 - 1/4” x 1/4”. Sign does come with its original hanger. The sign has good color and gloss. Does have some soiling that should be able to be removed with cleaning. One side has some porcelain loss on the left-hand section, while the other side is free from chips. (Very Good+). 700 - 1,400 2555 - LARGE DIE-CUT DUTCH BOY PAINTS ADVERTISING SIGN. 54 - 1/2” x 30” x 1/4”. This is a single-sided sign. The colors and gloss are great, but there is some soiling that most likely will clean off. There are some very minor porcelain chips around the mounting holes and some very minor edge wear. (Excellent). 700 - 1,500 2556 - CALIFORNIA AUTO ASSOCIATION SCHOOLGIRL SLOW DOWN ADVERTISING SIGN. 49 - 1/2” x 27 - 1/2” x 1”. This is actually two signs mounted onto a piece of wood: The top sign is a heavy embossed tin sign; the lower sign is porcelain. Both signs have some minor touch-ups but display well. This is a sign we have not seen before, and is quite unusual and appealing. (Very Good). 700 - 1,200

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2557 - DOUBLE-SIDED WOODEN TOURISTS ADVERTISING TRADE SIGN. 29 - 1/2” x 28 - 1/2” x 1”. This sign has a great look with strong colors. It has uniform crazing on both sides and a cast-iron upper bracket with hooks, which are original to the piece. There is some minor paint loss with general wear. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200

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2558 - LOT OF 2: TAILOR & SHOE REPAIR ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 24” x 17 - 3/4” x 1/4”. The first sign is from the Royal Tailors from Chicago and New York. It is a die-cut lion lithograph, quite possibly an easel-back sign, but has not been inspected outside of the shrink-wrapping. Also included is a double-sided painted tin Shoe and Boot Repair and Maker sign. One side of the sign is in very strong condition with light wear and the other side has moderate paint loss and flaking in a few areas. Condition of the lot ranges from good to very good. (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,200 2559 - OVERSIZED BOWIE KNIFE ADVERTISING SIGN. 7 - 1/2” x 30 - 1/2” x 2”. This is a very nice oversized custom made Bowie Knife. It probably sat in the window of a knife maker back in the 30’s or 40’s. It has some oxidation on the blade and general handling wear. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200 2560 - OSHKOSH UNCLE SAM OVERALLS SIGN. Frame: 30 - 1/4” x 14”. Iconic image of Uncle Sam for the Oshkosh Clothing Company. Made from heavy cardboard, this sign has some minor scuffs, but in overall excellent condition. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2561 - TUTTLE’S FAMILY ELIXIR PAPER ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 53 - 3/4” x 37” x 1 - 7/8”. Circa late 1800’s. This large sign is professionally framed behind glass and made by Buck Printing Company in Boston. Does have some soiling and light wear but does have a great graphic with only one scuff mark on the ‘h’ in the word ‘has’. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2562 - ETCHED BRASS PETERS SHOES DIAMOND BRAND SIGN. 6” x 24” x 7/8”. This sign is very clean and retains its original back wooden frame. The letters have been professionally repainted on the sign. The sign is marked “Geo. Rutledge Co. N.Y.”. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,000

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2563 - BROWN FORMAN CO. DISTILLERS PAPER SIGN. Framed: 25 - 3/4” x 33 - 3/4” x 3”. A bright and colorful paper sign for the Brown Forman Co. distillery in Kentucky. Framed in a gold gesso frame, there are little signs of wear and the colors are bright. Great early imagery of a whiskey bar. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,500 2564 - PORCELAIN “OCTAGON COUPONS” FLANGE SIGN. 14” x 18” x 1 - 1/2”. Heavy porcelain die-cut flange sign for Octagon Coupons redemption. One side is a strong grade 9 and the other side has minor chipping to the lower right corner. Has two grommet holes at the bottom indicating there was a second sign that hung from the bottom. Great shine and 3 colors. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 2565 - LOT OF 2: PORCELAIN WHEELER AND WILSON SEWING MACHINE SIGNS. Each: 20” x 19” x 4”. A pair of sewing machine signs. First is a Wheeler and Wilson Sewing machine Corner sign. Blue and white porcelain with several larger sized chips, in the middle, lower right and upper left corners. An extremely rare sign for sewing machines. the second sign is a blue porcelain sign advertising sewing machine parts. Chips at the corners and along the left edge. (Good). 600 - 1,200 2566 - 1980 PORCELAIN DIE-CUT MCDONALD LAND ADVERTISING SIGN. 29 - 1/2” x 40 - 1/4” x 1/4”. This sign would have hung outside of McDonald’s Playland areas, which were only found at McDonald’s restaurants. This sign has some minor porcelain loss around the mounting holes and some light soiling. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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2567 - PRESSED CARDBOARD PENN ESTHER STOVE SIGN. 18” x 22”. This is a very nice pressed cardboard sign made by Ketterlinus, Philadelphia. It has great silver details on the raised faux frame. Retains its original metal eyelet on the top center. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 1,500

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2568 - LOT OF 4: FOOD-RELATED ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 11” x 21 - 1/4” x 1/2”. This lot contains two celluloid signs and two cardboard signs. The celluloid signs are from Nistle’s Pretzels and Deerfoot Farms Products. Both of these signs have general wear with some soiling and foxing. The two cardboard signs are from Brightwood Pork Sausage and Campbell’s Tomato Soup. The Brightwood Sausage sign has soiling around the edges and a few nicks in the field. The Campbell’s Soup sign has some paper loss on the corners, one small closed tear on the top-center and light general wear. Condition of this lot is very good. (Very Good). 500 - 900 2569 - LIPTON’S INSTANT COCOA TIN OVER CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. 13” x 9” x 1/2”. This is a very nice Lipton’s Cocoa sign. It has great color and a strong graphic. The main graphic is free from wear. There are some minor scrapes on the borders and a tiny bend mark on the right center edge. This sign displays well above average. (Very Good+). 500 - 900 2570 - KING AIR RIFLES ALUMINUM ADVERTISING SIGN. 6” x 14” x 1/2”. This is an extremely rare sign advertising King Air Rifles from Plymouth Michigan. The sign has a few shallow indentations and a very slight bend mark in the center. (Very Good+). 500 - 900

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LOT - 2572 LOT - 2571 2571 - TIN-LITHO MUNSING WEAR DIE-CUT ADVERTISING SIGN. 24” x 21” x 1”. This sign shows two smiling kids on the end of a see-saw. It has great graphics and is quite unusual. There is moderate scuffs, paint loss and soiling to this sign. It still displays well and is quite a scarce sign. (Good). 500 - 900 2572 - PROF. FLINT’S HORSE AND CATTLE RENOVATING POWDERS ADVERTISING POSTER. Framed: 29” x 31 - 1/4” x 1”. This poster is framed behind glass. It features a very active farming scene showing Professor Flint’s products in use. There are some separations in the poster on the left-hand side that do have some tape repairs, also on the bottom section of the sign it appears to be an overlaid advertisement that is either taped or adhered to the poster. Poster has not been examined outside of the frame. It would benefit from a professional restoration. (Good). 500 - 1,000 2573 - C.L. CENTLIVRE BREWING CO. ADVERTISING POSTER. Framed: 30” x 41” x 1 - 3/4”. Made by the Henderson Lithographic Company. This poster is framed behind glass. It does have some vertical fold marks, some soiling and some closed tears. It could benefit from some professional cleaning and some light repair work. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2574 - RUBBERS SIGN. Frame: 54 - 3/4” x 17 - 1/4”. Marked “KETTERLIN US PHILADA & CLEVELAND”. This brightly colored and highly detailed Bull Bread Rubbers sign in near mint condition is a great addition to any collection. There are some fold marks evident on this die-cut paper sign. (Near Mint). 500 - 800

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2575 - LOT OF 2: RED GOOSE SHOES AND FREIDMAN SHELBY SIGN. Larger Frame: 15 - 3/4” x 23 - 1/4”. This lot of two fantastic die-cut signs are nicely framed with great images of children wearing the products. The Red Goose Shoe sign is for “Husky Kids”. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2576 - HOOD RUBBER CO. DIE-CUT FRAMED. Frame: 16 - 3/4” x 30 - 1/4”. Early soldier wearing Hood Rubbers has good strong colors and is framed and matted, ready for display. Overall great condition. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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2577 - PUBLIC TELEPHONE SIGN WITH BRACKET. 18 - 1/4” x 16”. Double-sided die-cut porcelain sign with detailed images. Has multiple scratches and chips throughout. Comes with original hanging bracket. (Good) 500 - 1,000 2578 - TREE BRAND SHOE DOUBLE-SIDED FLANGE. 18” x 13 - 1/2”. Die-cut flange with Batt Reall Shoe Co. on one side and Tree Brand Shoes on the other. Strong colors, great script and good early look in fantastic condition, with only a 3” scratch to the bottom left corner on the Tree Brand side. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200 2579 - W.L. DOUGLAS SHOES DOUBLE SIDED SIGN. 23 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/2”. Very scarce tin die-cut flange sign with multiple scratches and dings evident on both sides. Good early look with great graphics. (Good). 500 - 1,000 2580 - UNCLE SAM’S ADVISE DOUBLE-SIDED FLOATING FRAME. 13 - 1/4” x 16 - 1/4”. Marked “EXCHANGE PRESS BOSTON”. Super tobacco advertising image of Uncle Sam. Vibrant colors, nicely framed and ready to display in super condition. A great fit in any advertising collection. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 374

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2581 - LOT OF 2: MILK ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 23” x 22” x 1/4”. Included in this lot is one round double-sided Elsie the Cow advertising sign. It appears to have never been used. Has some light soiling and a few marks in the field. Also included is a single-sided porcelain Carnation Milk die-cut sign. The sign is in excellent condition with some chips to the mounting hole areas. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2582 - EVEREADY SINGLE-SIDED PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 34” x 18” x 1/4”. This sign has great color and gloss as well as a very appealing graphic. Collectors are in agreement that this sign is has been made in the past 15 years. (Excellent - Near Mint). 500 - 1,000

2583 - NEW ENGLAND CENTRAL OFFICE DOUBLE-SIDED PORCELAIN PHONE SIGN. 28 - 3/4” x 22 - 1/4” x 1/4”. This sign is double-sided porcelain with a cast-iron bracket. It does have numerous chips in the field on both sides as well as some soiling. (Good). 500 - 900 2584 - LOT OF 10: CIGAR LITHO ADVERTISING SIGNS. Each: 21 - 3/4” x 17 - 3/4” x 1/4”. This lot contains a Red Dragon Cigar Paper litho with top and bottom metal strips. It has some paper loss on the edges but displays well with very strong color and detail. There is also an Iron Worker Cigar paper litho in this lot with top and bottom metal strips. It has edge wear on the left but displays well and would look great framed. Also included are eight early 1900’s lithographs with metal strips that do not have advertising but great images of pretty woman. These range in condition from fair to very good+. (Fair - Very Good+). 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 2587 LOT - 2586 2585 - CARDBOARD HOOD’S CREAM & MILK ADVERTISING SIGN. 15” x 15” x 1/4”. This is a great double-sided cardboard sign. One side is advertising cream and the other is advertising milk. It is in excellent condition with only a few tiny dots on the top center. (Excellent+). 500 - 900 2586 - ANDALUSIA ICE CREAM DOUBLE-SIDED PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 45” x 25” x 4”. This sign is double-sided porcelain and is still attached to the original hardware and bracket. The area where the hardware attaches to the sign has some moderate chipping and some slight bending. Both sides of the sign do have soiling and multiple chips in the field. (Good). 400 - 800

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2587 - WASHINGTON’S GOOD COFFEE TIN FLANGE SIGN. 17 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/4”. This is a very nice sign in very good condition. It was made by American Art Works. Both sides has some minor wax paper residue and a few light nicks. (Very Good+). 400 - 800 2588 - LOT OF 3: MONEY ORDER, TELEGRAPH & TRAVELERS CHEQUES SIGNS. Largest: 11” x 17” x 2 - 1/2”. This lot includes a brass American Bankers Association Travelers Cheques sign. It is in very good condition with some minor paint loss to the lettering. There is a USN Sub-Station Money Orders tin flange sign that has some soiling and original wax paper residue present. It looks like it will clean up well. Lastly there is a porcelain Western Union flange sign with some soiling, edge wear and light chipping. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2589 - ARMOUR’S PORK AND BEANS SELF-FRAMED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 13” x 19” x 1/2”. Sign has a great look with strong colors. There is only very minimal wear on the border. The field is very clean with only a few rubs. There are four added holes in each corner. (Very Good+). 400 - 800 2590 - LOT OF 3: HIRES, FLEISCHMANN’S, AND MISSION ORANGE SIGNS AND MIRROR. Largest: 11 - 1/2” x 3 - 1/2” x 1/4”. This lot includes a Hires Root Beer tin door push in very good condition with some minor paint loss on the edges. There is also a Fleischmann’s Yeast embossed tin sign with some handling wear, soiling and three added holes. Lastly, there is a Mission Orange hanging mirror. It has some oxidation on the metal parts as well as minor foxing on the bottom of the mirror. (Very Good). 400 - 800 LOT - 2590 376

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2591 - LOT OF 3: COFFEE ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest Frame: 22” x 23” x 1”. The first is an advertisement from Sturtevant Merrick Company, framed behind glass. It appears to be a printer’s proof, having great colors and fantastic graphics. The second is a cardboard double-sided hanging sign from Lowry’s Tartan Coffee with moderate soiling with corner wear, as well as some bend marks and very minor cardboard loss. Lastly in this lot is a Morning Sip Coffee cardboard sign, in near mint condition with great colors and a graphic of the product. Condition of the lot ranges from good to near mint. (Good - Near Mint). 400 - 800

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2592 - LOT OF 3: COFFEE ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest Frame: 12 - 1/2” x 21 - 1/2” x 1”. Included in this lot are signs from Ferrington Coffees, Chase and Sanborn’s Coffee and Ambero Coffee. The Ambero coffee sign is tin, framed without glass, has a few marks in the field, light paint loss and soiling. The die-cut cardboard sign from Chase and Sanborn’s has strong colors and a great look, but does have one rub in the center field as well as light edge wear and one small hole punch on the bottom of the first ‘S’ in Sanborn’s. Lastly is a cardboard sign from Ferrington Coffees, which has four added holes, some edge wear and damage on the corners. Condition of the lot is good to very good. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800 2593 - LOT OF 4: HAIR AND SHAVING ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 13 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/2” x 1/4”. This lot includes signs from Gilette, Glover’s, Daisy Hair Tonic and Klondike Head Rub. The first sign, the Klondike Head Rub sign, is a pressed cardboard sign with strong colors and a great look. It is in excellent condition with very light general wear. The next sign, from Glover’s Scalp Treatment, has light wear to all four corners and light soiling. Third, a Daisy Hair Tonic sign, is made of tin and in excellent condition with only a few light marks. Lastly is a Gilette Safety Razor advertising felt, retaining strong colors and great graphics. There are a few areas of paint loss, which don’t detract from this great sign. Conditions range from very good to excellent. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800 LOT - 2592

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LOT - 2597 2594 - LOT OF 2: KELLOGG’S & HEALTH BRAN ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 37” x 28” x 1/4”. The first sign in this lot is from Pilsbury’s Health Bran, a cardboard sign with the original hanging string. It does have some light soiling as well as some surface loss on the left-hand edge. The other piece included in this lot is an advertising poster for Kellogg’s Cereals, dated 1927, retaining its original top and bottom metal strips and was made by Grinnell Litho Company. It has some edge wear, minor soiling and on the bottom-left edge there is an approximate 3” cut right where the metal strip meets the poster. Condition of the lot is very good. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2595 - LARGE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE ADVERTISING POSTER. 42” x 29” x 1/2”. Circa 1900. Poster is shrink-wrapped onto a piece of foam board. The poster has some soiling with some light foxing and fold marks. Would benefit greatly from a professional framing. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2596 - LOT OF 2: MEDICAL ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 16” x 46” x 1/4”. The first sign is from Aerated Lithia Water, a brass sign made by Townsend Hostetter and Company, Chicago, in very good condition with only light soiling and a few marks. Also included in this lot is a large canvas advertising sign for Dr. J. H. Mclean’s Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier. It has strong colors and a great early look. There are a few fold marks and very light general wear. Condition of the lot overall is very good+. (Very Good+). 400 - 800 2597 - DIETZ BREAD TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. 14 - 3/4” x 29 - 3/4” x 1/4”. This sign is dated 1915 and was made by Kaufmann and Strauss Company. This sign has great colors and a fun graphic. There are a few added holes, light paint loss and some oxidation as well. Despite these conditions, the sign does display very well. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2600 2598 - ARLINGTON CHEM CO. PEPTANOIDS SIGN. Frame: 15” x 19 - 3/4” x 2”. This is a very nice advertisement for Peptanoids. It is framed without glass. It is a very clean lithograph on textured paper titled “The Doctor”. There is only some minor gesso loss on the frame. (Excellent+). 400 - 800 2599 - DUEBER HAMPDEN WATCH MEYERCORD SIGN. 21 - 1/2” x 15’ x 1/2”. This is a single-sided wooden sign with a Meyercord transfer. It does have some soiling, minor wood loss on the bottom edge and some minor wood lifting on the top right edge. The colors still remain strong despite having some minor soiling. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2600 - LOOSE-WILES BISCUIT COMPANY PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 40” x 30” x 1”. This sign has an original wooden frame on the back. Does have good color with minimal wear in the field. There are a few scattered chips with some minor spoiling. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2601 - EARLY DENTIST ADVERTISING TIN TRADE SIGN. 19 - 1/2” x 58” x 1 - 1/2”. This teens era tin sign has a wood frame with a sand-painted or smaltz surface. There are some scuff marks, areas of paint loss and general wear. The sign still displays quite well. (Good). 400 - 800 2602 - LARGE PORCELAIN KING EDWARDS CIGARS ADVERTISING SIGN. 46” x 70” x 1”. This 1940’s double-sided sign has moderate discoloration to the red areas as well as some soiling and a few minor chips. (Good). 400 - 700 2603 - LORD, HASKELL & CO. BOOTS & SHOES ADVERTISING POSTER Frame: 18 - 1/2” x 33 - 1/2”. An early advertising poster from Lord, Haskell & Co. of Portland, Maine. “Buy Standard Screw Fastened Boots & Shoes.” Pictured is a beautiful woman, wearing pearls around her neck and ears. There are three different styles of boots rendered, indicating “Millions of Pairs Worn. Not One Paid Ever Ripped” and “Smooth Inside Easy For The Feet.” Nicely framed, under museum glass. There are some ridges throughout the field with some traces of soiling indicating some restoration probably done long ago. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2604 - PORCELAIN DOOR PANEL FOR A CHICLETS VENDING MACHINE. 7” x 23” x 1”. This is a front door panel from an Autosales Vending machine with advertising for chiclets chewing gum. Great piece if you have a machine needing the front door. Minor chipping to the edges, no lock on the door. (Good). 400 - 800 2605 - EVER READY SAFETY RAZOR SIGN. 10 - 3/4” x 14 - 1/2””. Die-cut cardboard sign nicely framed for display. Adorned with the trademark face of men shaving. Great colors and graphics, but shows some wear throughout. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2606 - BUSTER BROWN BREAD GOLDEN SHEAF BAKERY TIN SIGN. Framed: 23 - 1/4” x 31 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/8”. This embossed tin sign is framed without glass. It has strong colors with great graphics and has some significant paint loss and abrasions to the lower and upper-right corners. (Poor). 400 - 800 2607 - LOT OF 2: PORCELAIN OCTAGON KIRKMAN COUPON FLANGE SIGNS. Each: 12” x 18” x 2 - 1/2”. A pair of Kirkman Octagon Coupons porcelain flange signs. One is near mint with great sheen and shine to both sides. the other has chipping to the outside edges of both sides. (Good - Excellent). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2608 2608 - LOT OF 2: SUNBEAM SIGN AND BRAUN’S BREAD DOOR PUSH. Larger: 15” x 33” x 1/4”. Included in this lot is one self-framed embossed Sunbeam Bread advertising sign from the late 60’s. It is in fantastic condition with light wear. Also included in this lot is one Braun’s Bread advertising door push. It appears to be repainted. It has a great look with almost no wear. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2609 - EVEREADY BATTERY SINGLE-SIDED DIE-CUT PORCELAIN SIGN. 23 - 1/2” x 17” x 1/4”. This sign is in excellent condition with only a few minor chips. Experts believe this sign to have been made in the last 20 years and most likely it is from India. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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2610 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED REVERSE GLASS ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest Frame: 18 - 1/2” x 14 - 1/2” x 1”. Both of these signs are framed. Both are in excellent condition with almost no wear. (Near Mint). 300 - 600 2611 - LOT OF 4: ESKIMO PIE, GOLD DUST & LIFE SAVERS ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest Frame: 9 - 3/4” x 25” x 1”. This lot includes four advertising signs, one from Eskimo Pie, two from Gold Dust and one from Life Savers. The Eskimo Pie sign is framed behind glass and has a few light vertical fold marks. The Life Saver sign has a large closed tear on the right side as well as some soiling. The smaller Gold Dust sign is in excellent condition with only some minor soiling while the larger one has numerous closed tears and moderate soiling. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600 2612 - OLD HONEST PLUG TOBACCO ADVERTISING BANNER. 25 - 1/2” x 49” x 1/4”. This early advertising banner has very strong colors and a great appearance. (Excellent). 300 - 600 2613 - DUTCH BOY WHITE LEAD TIN-LITHO PRICING SIGN. 13 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/4” x 1/4”. This sign has rotating discs in the back, which show the prices of paint throughout the week. It also has prices for turpentine and pure linseed oil. There is some oxidation, minor paint loss as well as some label residue. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600

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2614 - CORK DISTILLERIES WHISKEY TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 12 - 1/2” x 16 - 1/4” x 1/4”. This sign has great graphics and strong colors. There is some border and edge wear with soiling as well as a few marks. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2615 - DO YOU SHOOT CRAPS? BLACKFACE LITHOGRAPHED SIGN. 26” x 22 - 1/2” x 1”. This sign is on cardstock. It is framed without glass. The litho was made by Erie Litho Co. It shows a man dressed in blackface talking to a pretty white woman. On the bottom of the sign it says “Betty - Do you shoot craps? Horatio - Do i shoot craps?”. The sign has some very minor paint flecks. The entire sign has an overall crazing which has created a great look. (Good). 300 - 600 2616 - CHICAGO INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR ALUMINUM ADVERTISING SIGN. 72” x 30” x 1”. This large aluminum is advertising for the Chicago Industrial Corridor as well as Chicago Works Together. There are a few rubs and scrapes in the field, but this piece is in overall very good condition. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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2617 - FREESTANDING TRAFFIC SIGNAL. 16”Dia. x 75”T. Manufactured by the Eagle Signal Corp, this signal has the traditional red, yellow, green stack of lights with sheet metal cowling and a heavy cast-iron base painted green. Paint is flaking off and there is a glob of plaster on the back. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 900 2618 - DR. P. HALL’S CATARRH REMEDY ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 28 - 1/2” x 41 - 3/4” x 3/4”. This paper sign is framed behind glass and appears to have been mounted to a mat board. It has some moderate closed tears and repairs. It still displays well and is a scarce sign to find. (Good). 300 - 600 2619 - LOT OF 2: CARTER’S UNION SUITS FOR MEN TIN SIGN AND THE FOSTER HOSE SUPPORTERS FRAMED ADVERTISEMENT.. Larger Frame: 11 - 1/2” x 19 - 1/9”. Tin Carter’s Union Suit sign is in overall good condition with a few very slight bends on the right-hand side and some overall wear consistent with its age, but the image of the man is bright and has strong colors. The Fosters Hose Supporters has some crazing throughout consistent with its age and a 3 - 4” bend on the top-left corner, but is nicely framed and ready for display. (Good). 300 - 500

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LOT - 2621 2620 - KODAK FILM DOUBLE-SIDED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 13 - 3/4” x 17 - 3/4” x 1/4”. This die-cut sign is in very good condition with minor soiling and slight discoloration on one side. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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2621 - LOT OF 2: EMBOSSED TIN MEDICINE SIGNS. Each: 6 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/4”. The first sign is advertising Pepo Worm Syrup. The sign was made by Kaufmann & Strauss. It has some light oxidation on the left edge, which has caused some minor flaking. There are also a couple paint flecks in the field. The other sign in this lot is from Laverty’s Family Liniment, sign also made by Kaufmann & Strauss. It shows some wax paper residue as well as some paint loss on the left side of the sign. Conditions of this lot range from fair to very good. (Fair - Very Good). 200 - 400 2622 - WRIGLEY’S SPEARMINT GUM MIRROR. 24” x 12” x 1/2”. This mirror has a great look. The Wrigley’s graphic on the mirror is a reproduction and not original to the piece. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2623 - DANDRO TIN SIGN. 13 - 1/4” x 19 - 1/4”. Classic Dandro tin over cardboard. Great condition with only minor scuffs. (Very Good). 200 - 500 2624 - LOT OF 3: MURINE, BOBBIES AND VICORATOR ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 8 - 3/4” x 18 - 1/2”. Three nice pieces of advertising. Bobbies is easel-back, Murine is a string hanger and Vicorator is a tin string hanger, all showing wear consistent with age. (Good). 200 - 400

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2625 - BMT BEST ROLLER FLOUR ADVERTISING FLANGE SIGN. 13 - 3/4” x 18 - 1/4”. Acceptable condition and good colors on a die-cut flange. Minor wear throughout. (Good). 200 - 400 2626 - AMERICAN LADY CORSETTS FRAMED ADVERTISEMENT. 23 - 3/4” x 33 - 3/4”. Current re-creation. A vibrant image of a lady wearing the product, has super colors that make this advertisement stand out. (Good). 200 - 400

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2627 - MEN WANTED IN THE ARMY FRAMED RECRUITMENT POSTER. Frame: 32” x 42 - 1/2”. Professionally framed ready for display with good graphics and colors. Marked “I. B. HAZGELTON 1914”. (Good). 200 - 400 2628 - HIS MASTER’S VOICE EDISON PHONOGRAPH PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 26” x 18 - 3/4”. This is a single-sided porcelain sign showing Nipper listening to an Edison phonograph. We believe this sign to have been made in the last 20 years. It does have some minor chipping and light soiling. (Very Good). 100 - 200 2629 - LOT OF 2: 7 UP AND KODAK ADVERTISING LIGHT-UP SIGNS. Larger: 12” x 16” x 5 - 3/4”. The 7 Up sign is quite unique because it changes from two different logos periodically. It is in working order with only minor soiling and wear to the case. Also included in this lot is a Kodak Film light-up sign that is metal and plastic. It has moderate soiling and general wear. (Very good) 1,000 - 1,800

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2630 - DRUGS AND SODA NEON SIGN. 73 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2” x 59”. Circa 1930’s. Two-sided metal sign in working condition. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000

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2631 - EVER READY SAFETY RAZOR CLOCK WITH KEY. 18” x 22” x 4 - 1/4”. Early wooden version with Ever Ready trade mark man shaving. Super condition for its ages with only small dings and scratches on sides of clock. Original weighted pendulum makes this hard to find piece a great addition to any collection. Original clock hands with no repairs or bends, but tin sign on pendulum has been repainted. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 2632 - VENOYA TEA ADVERTISING BAIRD CLOCK. 18 - 1/2” x 30 - 1/4” x 4 - 1/2”. This clock has the original paper dial and paint with a nice weathered, crackled look. There is some discoloration and some paint loss. Displays very well and would look great in any collection. (Very Good Plus). 600 - 1,200 2633 - WEATHER-BIRD SHOES ADVERTISING PAM CLOCK. 15” x 15” x 4”. This clock has a very clean face and is in working order with only very light wear to the base and a tiny scrape on the top glass dome. (Very Good+). 400 - 800

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2634 - 1901 PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION FRYING PAN CLOCK. 6” x 11 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. Clock retains the original decal on the front that has a copyright of 1899. There is some loss on the decal and on the numbers. The back of the handle has an embossed advertisement for a jewelry store in Buffalo, New York. (Very Good). 200 - 400 2635 - CHAMPION LIGHT BULB STORE DISPLAY. 22” x 15 - 1/2” x 5 - 1/2”. A great tin light bulb display for Champion Light bulbs. Hung on a wall, with one light up bulb and a place to display 6 others. Wold benefit from a good cleaning, some small scratches and abrasions to the painted areas. (Very Good). 900 - 1,400 2636 - PEROXIGEN TOILET ARTICLES TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING DISPLAY CASE. 20” x 13 - 1/2” x 5 - 1/2”. This case has logos and graphics on all sides. There is a great graphic of a young girl brushing her teeth on one side. The sides have images of the products and the other side has prices of the products. There is some wear with oxidation, minor paint loss and general wear. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600 386

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2637 - LOT OF 2: NEPTUNE MIGHTY MITE OUTBOARD ENGINE & CAILLE “RED HEAD” OUTBOARD MOTOR WITH STAND. Largest: 37 - 3/4” x 20” x 8”. A pair of restored early outboard motors. First is a fully restored “Mighty Mite” Outboard motor by Neptune in a custom display case. Original components, restored condition, not a workable example, display only. Second is a fully restored Calle Model 20 “Red Head” outboard motor. 5 speed 8HP twin with nickel plated accents. Includes stand. Features a variable pitch propeller giving 2 forward speeds, neutral and 2 reverse speeds all from the tiller handle. Circa 1928. Untested. (Restored). 800 - 2,000 2638 - COIN OPERATED GE HOTEL FAN. 18 - 1/2” x 13” x 10”. This is a General Electric coin operated hotel fan. 5 Cent operation delivers 1 hour of fanned air, with switch that will stop the fan and retains unused portion of the hour of fan time. With new coin door and repainted body. Working. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600

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2639 - COUNTRY STORE WOOD POST CARD DISPLAY RACK WITH ZENO GUM POSTCARDS. 35 - 1/2” x 10” x 10”. This is an early country store post card display that rotates. With Approximately 50 Zeno Gum postcards. All original finish, the round base has had a small section removed to allow it to fit against a wall. Great display piece for the post card collector. Post cards are in used condition with some bent corners and light crazing. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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2640 - LOT OF 2: J AND P COATS SPOOL CABINETS. 19 - 1/4” x 18” x 22”. Pair of J&P Coats spool cabinets. First is a walnut 6 grower with great graphics on the drawers and back panel. Original finish with a stress crack to the top. The second is a rare figural cabinet in the shape of a spool. A little faded on the drawer end but a great graphic on the back panel. Tightly wound fabric covering to the spool, all original condition. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,500 2641 - GAINSBOROUGH TIN-LITHO HAIR NET DISPLAY. 11” x 14 - 1/2” x 8”. This is a very nice tin-litho Hair net display made by The American Art Works Co. It retains its original celluloid tag on the back bottom wooden edge. The backside has a very clean Gainsborough tin-litho sign inserted into he frame. The front slots have packages of period unused packets of hair nets. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200

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2642 - LOT OF 2: SINGER SEWING MACHINE CALENDARS. 52” x 32” x 32”. A pair of different singer Sewing Machine calendars. One is a tin over cardboard adjustable dating calendar showing scratches and scuffs with a partial set of days and months. The second is a tin adjustable calendar, showing scratches and scuffs to the tin and dog eared cardboard date inserts. Also with an incomplete set of dating. (Good). 600 - 1,200 2643 - RIEGER’S PERFUMES ROTATING COUNTER TOP DISPLAY. 9” x 13” x 13”. This is a fantastic counter top display which has 10 different bottles with correct stoppers and original labels. Some of the labels do have some paper loss and discoloration but do display quite well. There is a Rieger’s Perfumes decal on each side of the rotating base. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 LOT - 2643

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2644 - SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP ADVERTISING BABY AUTOMATON. 17”W x 34”L x 22”T. An early store display advertising Sweetheart Skin Charm Toilet Soap, “The Soap That Agrees With Your Skin”. Featured is a baby automaton, perfectly positioned in a white wicker bassinet with green trim. When operating, the baby moves its arms and legs in a realistic motion. Circa 1940’s and in nice working condition. The head of the baby appears to be more worn than the rest of the body but it is in good overall shape. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 1,200 2645 - HOHNER HARMONICAS REVOLVING STORE DISPLAY. Larger: 26 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/4” x 10 - 1/4”. This storefront or counter top display rotates with a few turns with the side-mount key. It is in perfect working order and the condition is fantastic, with some minor wear to the top. There are a few missing metal tabs and some extremely light general wear. Included in this lot are three harmonicas for display and the winding key. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200

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2646 - LIFE BY FORMFIT BRASSIERE COUNTER TOP DISPLAY. 12 - 3/4” x 13” x 5”. This sign was made by Durable Displays and is made of a material called “Rubberlite”. There are some age cracks to this piece as well as a minor repair to the woman’s right arm. Does have an excellent look and displays quite well. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2647 - SMITH BROTHER’S COUGH DROPS TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 10 - 1/2” x 4 - 3/8” x 3 - 5/8”. This piece comes with three unused boxes of Smith Brother’s cough drops. This display was made by the M. Metzger Company, Chicago. There are some scuff marks and a tiny bit of paint loss on the front edges of this display. (Very Good). 400 - 700 2648 - LOT OF 2: UNCLE SAM RECRUITING POSTERS FRAMED. Larger Frame: 21 - 1/4” x 31”. Strong colors and great image. Age unknown. (Good). 400 - 800 2649 - LOT OF 2: PLANTERS PEANUT JARS. Each: 12” x 9” x 9”. Pair of Planters Peanuts display jars with original decals. No chips or cracks, one jar has the lid attached with putty that can easily be removed. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2650 - IVANHOE MAYONNAISE TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 22” x 21” x 7 - 3/4”. This display was made by Grammes Incorporated in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Has graphics on each side and on the front and back of the top panel. There are some rubs and scrapes and minor discoloration in a few areas. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2651 - LARGE GUNPOWDER TEA TIN ADVERTISING BIN. 28” x 18” x 18”. This bin has moderate wear and paint loss to the front lid. It does still display well and would sit well in any kitchen setting. (Good). 300 - 600

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2652 - WOODEN INDIANA CASH DRAWER AND GLASS DISPLAY CASE. 15 - 1/2” x 14” x 20”. Counter top Cash drawer with showcase top by the Indiana Cash Drawer Co. Original finish, cash drawer is operational. (Excellent). 300 - 600 2653 - COLUMBIAN PACKAGES WOODEN ROTATING COUNTER DISPLAY. 38” x 9 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2”. This display has a great primitive look with only minor wear. The upper section is mounted to a cast-iron base. (Very Good+). 300 - 600

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2654 - SMALL GENERAL ELECTRIC SERIES F 6” FAN. 7” x 4 - 1/2” x 8”. Fan does rotate when plugged in but makes some noises. Stamped on bottom is “Series F Six Inch Fan”. (Very Good). 200 - 400 2655 - LOT OF 3: ALKA SELTZER DISPENSER WITH FRAMED ADVERTISEMENT AND BORAXO 1 CENT DISPENSER. Largest: 5 - 3/4” x 15 - 1/2” x 8”. This lot consists of two counter top displays with great figural appeal, in good condition with chips consistent with its age. The framed ad is in good condition with some creasing. (Good). 200 - 600

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2656 - LOWNEY’S COCOA STRING HOLDER. 16” x 24 - 1/4” x 4 - 1/2”. Patent March 8, 1908. Marked “H. D. BEACH CO.” .Fantastic example with great graphics. Pull string to watch cup movement. Some fading to one side, but overall a rare find. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 2657 - GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR SHELF. 7 - 1/4” x 30 - 1/2” x 6 - 3/4”. Super tin die-cut hanging shelf embossed to give that early look. Bright bold colors with some slight bends and some staining to top and front of shelf. The overall appearance of this piece denotes placement in an advanced collection. A professional cleaning may improve the appearance of this piece. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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2658 - BOB’S BIG BOY FIGURAL ADVERTISING FIBERGLASS STATUE. 80” x 30 - 1/2” x 30 - 1/2”. This is a 54 - 1/2” tall Bob’s Big Boy fiberglass figural advertising piece on a contemporary display stand. Good paint with little abrasion or paint loss to figure. No chips or cracks. Painted contemporary stand has scuffs and signs of wear. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2659 - FORM FIT FIGURE. 14” x 7 - 1/2” x 31”. Mounted on original base, this figural advertising piece is dressed in a two-piece undergarment original to the piece. Some crazing and scuffs consistent with age, but has a great stance giving her a super look. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500 2660 - ORIGINAL GLASS EYED 40” RCA NIPPER DOG 41 - 1/2” x 48” x 20”. Very recognizable RCA mascot, Nipper, in original paper cache, glass eyes and paint. Some repair to front legs, which is common with these fragile pieces, and simply a great aged look for this very early Nipper. (Good). 2,500 - 4,000

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2661 - GERMAN VINTAGE AUTOMATON COFFEE DRINKER DISPLAY. 17 - 3/4” x 14 - 1/2” x 30”. Original Automata with an applied coffee advertising. All original mechanism with 7 motions. Original clothing and wood box showing wear and scuffs to the figure and the painted box, no back door. Operates, but needs adjustment. (Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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2662 - EARLY SALESMAN SAMPLE WOODEN WINDMILL. 21 1/2” x 12” x 4”. This is a fantastic late 1800’s salesman sample wooden windmill. It has a functioning tail and rotor. The windmill is in excellent condition with only one piece of one blade missing. This would be an easy fix to bring this up to mint condition. It has an all wood and metal construction. This is an incredible example that would sit well in any advanced collection. (Excellent+). 4,000 - 8,000

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2663 - 1859 HORSE-DRAWN SALESMAN SAMPLE HAY RAKE. 7 - 1/4” x 17” x 18”. This sample appears to be all-original and complete. It has a metal plaque under the seat which reads “P.Lebzelter. Patented July 5th 59. F. Leuthy Maker Lan. Pa.” It is in excellent condition with no issues. This is one of the earliest sample rakes we have ever seen and one of the best examples. (Excellent+). 2,400 - 4,500

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2664 - W. J. HEATH ROLL-TOP SALESMAN SAMPLE DESK. 14 - 3/4” x 18” x 9”. This is a great working salesman sample manufactured by W. J. Heath in New Boston, New Hampshire. It retains its original label on the backside and is titled “No. 4 ROLL-TOP DESK”. It is in excellent condition and is a wonderful true salesman sample. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2665 - SALESMAN SAMPLE CORNER CABINET WITH MIRROR. 19” x 9 - 1/4” x 5”. This sample was made by George Leopold Bittner in 1925. This was carried door to door to get business for his furniture business. It is well-crafted with fine details. It is in excellent condition with some minor wear. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 2671 2666 - EARLY SALESMAN’S SAMPLE GLASS SIGN KIT. 12 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2” x 2 - 1/4”. This is a fabulous salesman sample kit showing 8 different styles of reverse glass signs. It shows 4 scalloped glass and 4 beveled edge designs. The signs are displayed in a leather covered wooden case. It is in excellent condition with only light handling wear. It comes with an original business card of the sign maker. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2667 - SALESMAN SAMPLE OAK ICE BOX. 11” x 7 - 1/2” x 5”. Nice example with minor wear. The top and front door open up to reveal a galvanized lining. The back side retains its original brass tag which says “J.B. VanSciver Co. Camden NJ”. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2668 - SALESMAN SAMPLE MARBLE TOP DRESSER. 9 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/2” x 5 - 1/2”. Marble top does have a crack through it. Displays well with nice details. (Very Good). 400 - 700

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LOT - 2672 2669 - LOT OF 2: SALESMAN SAMPLE TABLE AND CHAIR. Largest: 4 - 3/4” x 8” x 8”. This lot consists of one salesman sample wooden folding chair and one salesman sample wooden folding table. Both are in excellent condition with only the slightest wear. Both are great examples. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2670 - CINCINNATI SALESMAN SAMPLE MACHINE WITHORIGINAL CARRY CASE. 11 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/4” x 10”. This machine has great details with many moving knobs. Circa 1960. (Very Good+). 400 - 800 2671 - PATENT MODEL BOLT THREADING MACHINE WITH PAPERWORK. 14” x 4 - 1/4” x 5 - 1/2”. Great looking machine in working order. Only has minor wear. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2672 - PEERLESS ICELAND SALESMAN SAMPLE ICE CREAM MAKER. 7 - 1/4” x 7” x 5”. Retains its original bronze tag on the side that says “Compliments of Horlick’s Males Milk Company.” It does have some wear and surface loss but still displays well. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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2673 - MINIATURE CORNER CUPBOARD. 20 - 3/4” x 10 - 5/8” x 5 - 1/8”. Miniature corner cupboard made by George Bittner. Bittner was born in Germany and moved to New York in 1907. He used this corner cupboard cabinet as a salesman’s sample to show people door-to-door what he could produce for them. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500

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2674 - BUCK’S JUNIOR NO. 4 SALESMAN SAMPLE STOVE. 22” x 15 - 1/2” x 10”. All original stove made of steel and nickel. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500 2675 - BUCK’S JUNIOR NO. 2 SALESMAN SAMPLE STOVE WITH ACCESSORIES. 24” x 22” x 12”. All original stove made of steel and nickel and includes accessories. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

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2676 - LOT OF 3: CAST-IRON CIGAR STANDS. Largest: 37 - 3/4” x 14” x 8”. Iconic cigar stands in original condition. One is a not often seen cast-iron bell hop, missing the ashtray, second is a another bell hop with ashtray, cigar and match holder in original red paint, and the third is a butler with ashtray and match/cigar holder. All three have some paint loss, some surface rust, and patina to the brass parts. As all coin-op collectors know, these make great coin holders next to your machines. (Good). 800 - 1,500 2677 - LOT OF 3: BUTLER CIGAR STANDS. Largest: 10” x 10” x 34 - 1/2”. Lot of three different butler cigar stands. Cast-iron and tin construction, all three are original and in original paint with brass ash trays and match holders Paint loss and some surface oxidation to all three. (Good). 800 - 1,500 2678 - LOT OF 2: BULTER CIGAR STANDS. Larger: 7 - 3/4” x 7 - 3/4” x 35 - 3/4”. Iconic butler cigar stands in original paint. Cast-iron and tin construction with brass ash trays and match holders. Some paint loss and surface oxidation to both. (Good). 600 - 1,000 2679 - CAST-IRON BUTLER SMOKING STAND WITH ORIGINAL LAMP. 59” x 9” x 7 - 3/4”. This iconic smoking stand of a figural butler is made from both cast iron and steel, it is in original paint and with a lamp attachment that is original to the stand. With ashtray and match holder. Moderate paint loss and abrasions. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2682 2681 - SELF-FRAMED VELVET TOBACCO TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. 32” x 25 - 3/4” x 1”. Beautiful self-framed tin-litho with great image of grandfather, father, son, dog and Velvet package. Great colors and details. There is only minor wear and a few light marks. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,500 LOT - 2680 2680 - HICKEY BROTHERS CIGAR STORE REVERSE GLASS ADVERTISING SIGN. 59 - 3/4” x 24” x 1 - 3/4”. This is a very well-made reverse glass advertising sign with a brass and wooden framework. It is advertising soda fountain, luncheonette, candies, souvenirs, pipes and also an agency for Whitman’s Chocolates and Confections. There are very few issues and little wear to the glass. The brass frame has only some light general wear. Included in this lot is an article on the rise and fall of the Hickey Brothers as well as a copy of a Hickey Brothers Cigar and News photograph. (Excellent). 2,500 - 5,000

2682 - ARTIE CIGAR TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 11” x 15” x 1”. Made by Sentenne and Green, New York. This is a very early advertising sign. The sign is framed without glass for protection. It has very strong colors and a great graphic showing a man smoking a cigar. It has not been examined outside of the frame. You can see some minor paint loss around the upper two mounting holes. The field is very strong with only a couple marks. (Very Good+ - Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000

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LOT - 2683 2683 - HELMAR TURKISH CIGARETTES SELF-FRAMED TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. 28 - 1/4” x 22 - 1/4” x 1”. This sign has extremely vibrant color and a great graphic of a smiling woman holding a pack of Helmar Turkish cigarettes. There are two added holes to the top section, one bend mark in the upper-left section and there are also a few rubs and marks in the field. There are a few minor touch-ups to the sign. (Very Good+). 1,500 - 3,000 2684 - JACKSONS BEST CHEWING TOBACCO PAPER LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 29 - 3/4” x 24” x 1 - 1/4”. This sign dates back to the 1870’s. It retains its original stamped Jackson & Company wooden frame. It has stamps on the top and bottom. The lithograph was done by The Donaldson Brothers, Five Points, New York. The back of the sign has a label from 1872 which talks about the company that made the frame and put the finishing protective touches on this sign. The company was called the Harris Finishing Company, who were showcard mounters and conservators. This is a very early and historic sign in very good condition. The colors remain strong and the graphics are quite fantastic and detailed. There are some areas that have some paint loss as well as some soiling and general wear. The sign displays excellent as-is, but could use a professional cleaning. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 2685 - LOT OF 6: DUKES MIXTURE TOBACCO BLACK AMERICANA ADVERTISING SIGNS. Each: 21” x 23 - 3/4” x 1 - 1/4”. This is a lot of six cardboard advertising signs which show different Black Americana images. Almost all of the signs have some edge wear with cardboard loss and minor soiling. Overall condition of these pieces is very good. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,400

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2686 - PIEDMONT CIGARETTES SIGN. Framed: 24 - 1/2” x 38 - 1/4” x 1”. With deep colors and in fantastic condition, this is a must-have for your tobacco advertising collection. Has original frame and glass. One tiny hole to the right of the lady’s shoulder and some touch-up to lettering on the frame. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,200 2687 - WEBSTER HAVANA CIGAR REVERSE-GLASS ADVERTISING SIGN. 22” x 26” x 1”. This sign has a very period and most likely original frame. The sign does have a paper lithograph cigar label in the center. The sign remains in fantastic condition. In the center section where the lithograph label is, there is some minor cloudiness. Other than that, the sign displays quite well and is in excellent condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 2688 2688 - LARGE UNITED CIGARS SALES AGENCY WOODEN ADVERTISING TRADE SIGN. 142” x 24” x 2 - 1/2”. This turn of the century sign was recently found in the rafters of an old drug store in Selma, Alabama. This large storefront sign has applied carved gold letters. It does have some moderate soiling with some marks and paint loss in the field. It could use a good cleaning. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2689 - TRAISER’S PIPPINS CIGAR PORCELAIN SIGN. Frame: 24” x 33 - 3/4”. Single sided. Made by Baltimore Enamel Co. Sign has great gloss and a clean field. There are a couple chips on the edge and a few mounting holes. There are a few areas of expertly touched up restoration. This is a very nice example of the large size Pippins cigar sign. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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2690 - SOLACE TOBACCO ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 20” x 36 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/4”. Metal bands on top and bottom coupled with stunning colors and graphic image make this tobacco advertisement an excellent addition to any collection. The ornate frame only adds to the appeal. Some minor restoration along the bottom edge just above the metal band. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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2691 - DUKE OF YORK SMOKING TOBACCO SIGN FRAMED. Frame: 24” x 28 - 1/4”. Metal bands on top and bottom add to the original feel of an early tobacco advertisement that has that distinct edgy girl look. The red flowers and the long flowing black hair pop. This wonderful image has the product draped around the girls neck, adding to the appeal. Sign has some wrinkles throughout, some edge wear and a 2 - 3” tear along the metal band in lower right corner, but all issues are only minimally distracting. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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2692 - CHANCELLOR CIGAR FRAMED ADVERTISEMENT. Frame: 24” x 41”. Dated 1910 by American Cigar Co. and housed in an original stamped frame, the iconic Chancellor Girl stands out in any collection. Small areas of restoration in the upper-left hand corner do not distract from the powerful image. Has a 3 - 4” crease in the top left corner. 1,000 - 2,500 2693 - Y-B HAVANA CIGARS ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 41” x 26” x 1 - 3/8”. This calendar is dated 1906. The calendar is professionally framed and matted behind glass. It has a full year calendar pad on the bottom. There is some minor horizontal fold marks on the upper section of the calendar. (Excellent). 800 - 1,600

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LOT - 2694 2694 - KING ALFRED CIGAR CUTTER WITH CLOCK. 13 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2” x 8”. This King Alfred cigar cutter with clock is in all original patina. There is moderate paint loss to inset areas and oxidation throughout. Cutter has original blade, and the clock is original to the piece and “ticks” but is untested to keeping time. (Good). 800 - 1,500 2695 - LARGE UNITED CIGARS ADVERTISING TRADE SIGN. 162” x 24” x 2 - 1/2”. This turn of the century sign was recently found in the rafters of an old drug store in Selma, Alabama. This sign has applied gold wooden letters. It has moderate paint loss and wear to the field. It does have a great early Americana look to it. (Good Very Good). 800 - 1,500 2696 - COMMODORE CARDBOARD CIGAR SIGN. Frame: 19 - 1/2” x 25 - 3/4”. Early 20th century cardboard sign for the Commodore Cigar Company, with unusual graphics showing the words being spelled with the cigar smoke. In the original frame. Near mint condition with one small repair to the main field unnoticeable to the naked eye. (Excellent). 800 - 1,600 2697 - FATIMA CIGARETTE TIN OVER CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. 12” x 10” x 1”. This is a very scarce sign that almost never comes up for sale. The colors are very strong, as well are the details. There are a couple areas of touch-up that are not seen with the naked eye. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400

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2698 - OLD ENGLISH CURVED CUT PIPE TOBACCO LITHOGRAPH. 25” x 21 - 1/2” x 1”. This sign is framed behind glass. It appears to be on a fine linen. It has very strong colors and a great graphic of a man enjoying a pipe. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,400 2699 - FLOR DE FRANKLIN CIGAR PAPER LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 21” x 27 - 1/2” x 1”. This is a very nice sign that is framed behind glass. It was made by Heywood, Strasser & Voight Litho Co. The sign has strong colors and a great graphic. There are three small puncture marks on the upper section of the sign. Two are hardly noticeable and one in the upper-left corner is more apparent. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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2700 - PROCLAMATION FIVE CENT CIGAR TIN LITHOGRAPHED ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 13 - 3/4” x 17 - 1/2” x 2”. Made by the Chicago Sign Printing Company, Chicago. This sign is professionally framed and mounted behind glass. It has a gold sand-painted surface which is quite catchy, and it also appears all original. On the upper right-hand section of the sign there is a lithographed paper label that ensures that you are buying a quality cigar. This is quite unusual and unique to see this on a sign. (Excellent - Near Mint). 600 - 1,200 2701 - GENERAL ARTHUR TIN-LITHO ADVERTISING EASEL-BACK SIGN. 13 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 1/4”. This sign was made by G. W. Shonk Company. It has a great appearance with strong color and detail. There is a uniform crazing to the entire sign. The paint is intact and not flaking, however. Three of the corners do have bend marks with paint loss. The sign does display quite well. (Very Good+). 600 - 1,200 2702 - PEACOCK CLASS CIGAR SIGN PRINTERS PROOF. Frame: 26 - 1/2” x 30 - 1/2”. Beautifully framed and museum mounted printers proof of this brightly colored Peacock for Class Cigars. Period oak frame and registration marks to the printers proof. Ready to take home and hang on the wall. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2703 - QUEEN QUALITY GOLD CRUMBS EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 19 - 3/4” x 27 - 1/2” x 1/4”. This early sign has great graphics of a book showing two packs of tobacco. The sign does have moderate touch-up with some oxidation and bend marks, as well as some soiling. Despite these issues, the sign is still quite presentable and extremely scarce. (Good). 600 - 1,000 402

LOT - 2705 2704 - LOT OF 2: WHITE LABEL AND IMPERIAL CLUB EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGNS. Each: 10” x 13 - 3/4” x 1/4”. Both of these signs were made by Sentenne & Green, New York. Both of these signs are embossed with great cigar box graphics. The Imperial Club sign is in excellent condition with only some minor wear to the top mounting holes and extremely light edge wear. The White Label sign does have a mark on the bottom-left corner as well as some edge wear and minor paint loss on the upper-left section of the sign and some oxidation on the bottom-left edge of the sign. (Very Good - Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2705 - LARGE STANDARD NAVY TOBACCO ADVERTISING BANNER. 25” x 49” x 1/4”. This banner has a great look with some fold marks and general handling wear. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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2706 - SUB-ROSA CIGARROS CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. 27 - 1/2” x 20” x 1”. This cardboard sign is framed behind glass. It has great color and a strong graphic. There is some edge wear as well as some minor cardboard loss on the edges. (Very Good). 500 - 900 2707 - P. LORILLARD’S CARDBOARD TOBACCO SIGN. Frame: 20 - 1/2” x 29”. A colorful cardboard sign for the P. Lorillard Tobacco Company. This sign has some edge wear and slight fading to the outside edges, but retains bright colors and displays well. Framed. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2708 - LOT OF 3: CIGARETTE ADVERTISING STRIP SIGNS. Frame Each: 4” x 22” x 3/4”. This lot has signs from Egyptian Deities Cigarettes, Murad Cigarettes and Helmar Cigarettes. Each sign is framed behind glass. There is some minor soiling on the right side of the Egyptian sign. The other two signs are in excellent condition. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800

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2709 - LOT OF 4: CIGARETTE ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest Frame: 19 - 3/4” x 15 - 1/2” x 3/4”. Included in this lot is an embossed tin sign from Sunshine Cigarettes, framed without glass. It has strong colors and a great graphic, made by Sterling Litho in Toledo, Ohio. Second, a tin sign advertising Egyptienne Straights Cigarettes, having moderate wear, added holes, some discoloration and color loss as well. Third, a cardboard sign with its original stamped frame for Richmond Straight-Cut Cigarettes. It has some soiling as well as marks, a few bend marks and wear to the frame. Lastly, a cardboard easel-back sign for O-Nic-O Cigarettes with a few pinholes added as well as a closed tear and minor paper loss on the upper-left hand corner. Condition of the lot ranges from good to very good+. (Good - Very Good+). 400 - 800

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2710 - PERFECTION CIGARETTES PAPER LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. 30 - 1/2” x 24” x 1”. Dated 1909. Framed behind glass. Great color and design. Has a couple puncture marks in the field and some minor soiling. (Very Good). 400 - 700 2711 - LOT OF 2: CERAMIC TOBACCO HUMIDORS. Each: 9 - 1/2” x 7” x 7”. One of the humidors is titled “CUSTOMER MIXTURE” and the other is titled “SHAG”. Both have moderate wear and paint loss. (Good). 400 - 800 2712 - LOT OF 2: EARLY TOBACCO JUGS. Each: 14 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/2”. One jug is titled “TURKEY” and the other is titled “HAVANA BLEND”. They both have original paint. There is minor wear and slight paint loss on both. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2713 - INDIAN COUNTER TOP CHALKWARE ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 38” x 11” x 12”. This display has a great appearance with multi-colors. There are some chips and minor paint loss to a few areas. (Very Good+). 400 - 900 2714 - TIN CORTEZ CIGARS SIGN. 16 - 1/4” x 11 - 3/4”. Tin rolled edge die-cut with pretty girl gazing into a very colorful box of cigars. Good condition. Some crazing and surface flaking evident upon closer inspection, but still a great chain hanger with strong colors. (Good). 200 - 400

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2715 - DRUMMOND TOBACCO LADY. Frame: 26 - 1/2” x 32 1/2”. Early image of Drummond Tobacco Lady is detailed and with strong colors. (Very Good). 400 - 600

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LOT - 2719 2716 - ADMIRATION CIGARS CHALKWARE ADVERTISING SIGN. 15” x 11 - 1/4” x 2 - 1/2”. This sign has great detail and relief. The graphic is quite appealing and there is very little wear. (Excellent). 400 - 700

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2717 - FRAMED COLONEL SNELLING CIGAR CARDBOARD SIGN. Framed: 22 -3/4” x 17”. This sign is shadowbox framed behind glass. It has a great ornate look with strong colors. The sign is pressed cardboard with a lithographed print in the center. It is in near mint condition with a barely noticeable bend mark above the “N” in the word “Colonel”. (Near Mint). 350 - 700 2718 - ROCKEFELLERS 10 CENT CIGARS TIN OVER CARDBOARD SIGN. 13” x 9” x 1/2”. Rockefellers Cigars were from Boston, Massachusetts. This sign does have a great image of a box of cigars. There is some general wear, soiling as well as a few marks. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600 2719 - LOT OF 2: VICEROY & KOOL TIN CIGARETTE ADVERTISING SIGNS. Each: 25 - 1/2” x 11”. Included in this lot is one tin single-sided advertising sign from Kool Cigarettes. It has some oxidation around the edges and borders, as well as some fading to the center field. The other sign is from Viceroy Cigarettes. It has some rubs and marks in the field as well as edge wear and oxidation on the bottom border and edge. Overall condition of the lot is good. (Good). 300 - 600 LOT - 2721 2720 - EL TEANO & YANKEE NOTIONS CIGARS ARTWORK & PRINTER LABELS. Largest : 19” x 7”. These pieces all come directly from an employee of the Liberty Can Company in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Included in this lot is some original artwork from the El Teano Cigar can. Also included is some original artwork and printers proofs of the Yankee Notion cigar tin. All of these pieces do have some minor soiling and general wear. (Very Good). 200 - 600 2721 - TIN EL ROI-TAN CIGARS SIGN. 14 - 1/4” x 12 - 1/2”. Dated 1915, marked “HAEUSERMANN M.M CO N.Y CHI.”. Rolled edge die-cut chain hanger with pretty girl gazing into a very colorful box of cigars. Some crazing and wear to the field and edges, but still a great chain hanger with strong colors. (Good). 400 - 800

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2722 - HOFFMAN HOUSE CIGARS SIGN. Framed: 18” x 15 - 3/4” x 1”. Professionally framed and matted with a small amount of well-done restoration to the edges. A 3 - 4” non-offensive crack is in the bottom-left corner. (Very Good). 200 - 600 2723 - CIGAR BUTLER. 14” x 13” x 32”. Wonderful early example of a cigar butler that also functions as a cigar lighter, with flame coming from the tip of the cigar in mouth and gas plumbed in from the rear of the base. A fantastic early look coupled with great patina make this example a sure hit in any tobacco, saloon, country store or advertising collection. Very good condition. Evidence of an older well done repair to left arm. The multiple scratches, scuffs and hairline cracks are all consistent with age of this wonderful piece and do not distract from the overall impressive appearance. (Very Good). 5,000 - 8,000

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2724 - LOT OF 2: HEADS OR TAILS CIGAR CUTTER TRADE STIMULATOR AND MASTER CIGAR CUTTER. Larger: 8 - 1/2” x 7” x 3 - 1/2”. A pair of cigar cutters. first is a figural donkey “Heads or Tails” gambling cigar cutter. Drop a ball in the hole in the saddle and he will randomly either nod his head or wag his tail. With cutter for your cigar. Has a couple leaded balls. the second is a Master cast iron cigar cutter, restored condition and working. (Good - Restored). 1,200 - 2,000

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2725 - LOT OF 3:FIGURAL CIGAR CUTTERS AND CUTTER/ LIGHTER. Largest: 16 - 1/2” x 6 - 1/2” x 9”. A lot of three cigar items. Two are figural desk top cigar cutters in the shape of men. Push down on the head to nip the cigar, both work great with strong springs. the third is a commercial counter top cigar cutter with lighter attachment. new cigar label and wick dips. Original finish. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,500 2726 - LOT OF 2: LA SIERRA CIGAR CUTTER WITH LIGHTER AND LIBELLA CIGAR CUTTER. Larger: 14” x 7” x 8”. A pair of commercial cigar cutters. first one advertises La Sierra Cigars. Cutter with lighter combination restored with replaced dips and lighter globe. the second is a cast iron cutter advertising Libella cigars. Original patina with replaced cigar label in marquee holder. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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2727 - LOT OF 3: CENTURY BRAND, APHRODITE, AND LAS PALMAS CIGAR CUTTERS. Each: 5” x 8 - 1/4” x 6”. Set of three commercial cigar cutter advertising Aphrodite, Century Brand, and Las Palmas cigars. Original patina with working cutters. (Very Good). 800 - 1,400 2728 - LOT OF 2: FLOR DE F GARCIA CIGARS AND LOVERA HAVANA CIGAR CUTTERS. Larger: 12 - 3/4” x 7 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2”. A pair of commercial cigar cutters. First is a Flor De Lovera cigar cutter with lighter lamp attachment. Original patina with replaced dips and shade. the second is a Havana cigar cutter advertising Flor De F Garcia cigars. Original patina and replaced cigar label front. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,400

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LOT - 2729 2729 - LOT OF 2: ROTHENBERG & SCHLOSS FIGURAL ANGEL CIGAR LIGHTER $ MONEY ORDER CIGARS CUTTER/LAMP . 20 - 1/4” x 6 - 1/2” x 6 - 1/2”. A pair of cigar items. First is a figural Angel cigar lighter on a base advertising Rothenberg and Schloss cigars. Replaced lighter dips with original shade. Angel has been added to the advertising base. Second is a Clock-work cigar cutter advertising Money Order Cigars with Lamp. Replaced dips and shade, all original condition. Cutter works. (Good). 600 - 1,200

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2730 - LOT OF 2: COMMERCIAL CIGAR CUTTERS. Each: 5” x 9” x 6”. A pair of commercial cigar cutters made by Brunhoff. Both are in original condition with their catch covers. Bar type action, with cigar label fronts. (Very Good). 600 - 1,000 2731 - LOT OF 2: WINONA CIGARS AND NATURE’S BEAUTIES CIGAR CUTTERS. Larger: 6” x 6 - 1/2” x 6”. A pair of commercial cigar cutters. One advertises Winona cigars and the other advertises natures Beauties cigars. Excellent condition. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000 2732 - LOT OF 2: ANTONIO Y CLEOPATRA AND GLORIAS DE MARCONI CIGAR CUTTERS. Larger: 6 - 3/8” x 6 - 1/4” x 8”. Pair of 2 commercial cigar cutters. Advertising Antonio Y Cleopatra cigars and Glorias De Marconi cigars. Cutters are fully operational with replaced vintage labels in the marquees. (Good). 600 - 1,200

LOT - 2733

2733 - LOT OF 2: “TOP OF ALL” CLOCKWORK CUTTER & HANDMADE SANTA BANA CIGAR CUTTER WITH LIGHTER. Larger: 10 - 1/4” x 5 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2”. A pair of commercial cigar cutters. First is a clockwork cutter advertising Top Of All cigars in restored condition. The second is a cutter advertising Santa Bana cigars with a lighter lamp attachment. Original patina, .missing the lighter dips. (Good - Restored). 600 - 1,200 408

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2734 - LOT OF 2: C.B. HOWARD CO “HUMIDOR” CIGARETT VENDOR CABINET & BENDER CIGARETTE VENDOR. 27” x 12” x 10 - 1/4”. A pair of cigarette related coin-op machines. Firs it this discrete vendor housed within a wooden cabinet, the front door concealing the coin entry and product chute within. Manufactured by C.B. Howard Co. Inc., circa 1930’s. No keys are included. Showing some wear to the wood finish. Second is a very unusual cigarette vender by Bender MFG. Co. Beautiful wood vending machine In restored condition, working and with key. (Very Good - Restored). 600 - 1,000

LOT - 2734

2735 - LOT OF 2: MERMAID AND PARADISE CIGAR CUTTERS. Each: 3 - 1/4” x 6” x 6 - 1/2”. A pair of commercial small counter cigar cutters. fully operational with replaced vintage cigar labels. (Good). 500 - 1,000

LOT - 2735

2736 - CRESSMAN’S COUNSELLOR CIGAR LIGHTER & LAMP. 10 -1/2” x 7” x 8 -1/2”. This very ornate lighter has an embossed and painted design on the front. Missing the top globe. There is oxidation and soiling on the base and some paint loss to the front design. (Very Good). 250 - 450 2737 - COURT ROYAL CIGAR DISPENSER 8 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” x 7”. all original, tins, paper, plating, mechanically works, has both original tops with tax stamps, condition is very good 800 - 1,500

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LOT - 2740 2738 - OUTSTANDING 19TH CENTURY PHILADELPHIA TOBACCONIST CABINET. largest: 43 - 1/2” x 34 - 1/4” x 12 - 1/2”. This exceptional tobacconist Cabinet came from the store of Jumelle Fredrick, who was a tobacconist in center city Philadelphia in 1856. The 1856 Philadelphia Census has the address at 537 W Market St. This cabinet retains the majority of its original stenciling and advertising and is in original mahogany finish. With upper glass door hutch and lower storage cabinet, it is a remarkable surviver and a perfect addition to any tobacco or cigar collection. The cabinet has scratches, some repair to the back panel, and needs two new locks for the cabinet doors, though locks are present now. No keys. (Very Good). 4,000 - 6,000 LOT - 2738

2739 - ACME MOTOR CAR FINISHES CELLULOID OVER TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 14 - 1/2” x 12” x 1/2”. This sign was made by Permanent Advertising Company in Reading Pa. It has a great graphic which shows a man painting his early automobile. There is some soiling and foxing on the sign as well as some stains on the bottom border and edge. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 2740 - LOT OF 4: TWO ADLAKE, DIETZ AND N.Y.C.S. RAILROAD LANTERNS. Each : 15 -1/2” x 8”. Both Adlakes have cranberry shades. The Dietz has a clear glass shade. The N.Y.C.S Lantern has a cranberry shade and is dated 1908. No damage or repairs. (Excellent). 400 - 600

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LOT - 2743 2741 - EARLY TIN TRAIN SCHEDULE BOX. 6” x 8 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/4”. This early tin-litho schedule box is from the Northwestern Railroad. It covered cities such as Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Omaha, Deadwood, Denver and a few others. There is moderate soiling to the box which might clean up. There are also a few areas of light paint loss. (Good). 400 - 800 2742 - PORCELAIN QUEENS MIDTOWN TUNNEL DIRECTIONAL SIGN. 24” x 24” x 1/4”. This is an authentic sign from New York City for the Queens Midtown Tunnel with a self-framed edge. There are prominent areas of porcelain loss around the center mounting holes, as well as on the raised edge. The bottom section of the sign has a period arrow decal on the sign which shows the arrow. (Fair). 400 - 800 2743 - LOT OF 2: EARLY LOCOMOTIVE FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS. Largest: 20 - 1/2” x 28 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/4”. Included in this lot is one framed and matted photograph of the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia. This piece is framed and matted and has some fading and soiling as well. The other photo in this lot shows the Schenectady Locomotive. This is a fantastic photograph that is quite sharp and detailed. There is some light soiling and very minor wear. Condition of the lot ranges from good to very good. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800 2744 - ZACO SUPER FLUSH YOUR MOTOR SIGN. 24” x 11 - 1/2” x 1/4”. SST. A great looking sign with a great graphic. Strong color and gloss with some light scratches in the field. Overall a nice looking piece. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2745 - AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAIN ADVERTISING PAPER SIGN. Frame: 15” x 22 - 1/2” x 1”. This sign is framed behind glass. It shows the American Express train and gives details of its capabilities and amenities. It is slightly faded with some mild soiling. (Very Good+). 300 - 600 2746 - AMERICAN NATIONAL LINCOLN PEDAL CAR. 26” x 62” x 22”. Though this car is branded with a Steelcraft decal, its true manufacturer is American National and began its production in the 1930’s. It has been restored to perfection with a light shade of tan, detailed in deep red. Featuring dual seating, the Lincoln mark on the front chrome grill and a small rear storage compartment (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000 2747 - PRESSED STEEL BOAT TAIL PEDAL CAR. 24” x 52” x 22”. Beautifully restored boat tail roadster. Aqua and white paint, chrome appointments, tufted upholstery. (Restored). 1,000 - 2,000

LOT - 2745

2748 - LOT OF 2: MR. RIGHT AND SOLINUS LAWN JOCKEYS. Each: 21” x 16” x 47”. A pair of original lawn jockeys in original paint. Cast construction with paint wear and oxidation present. Not signed. (Good). 600 - 1,500

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LOT - 2749

LOT - 2750

LOT - 2751

2749 - AGAJANIAN NO. 98 PEDAL CAR. 20”T x 22”W x 56”D. A pedal car, in original condition and shows some wear which is most visible on the red faux leather seat. It reads “Agajanian” on the sides with the number 98 on the front grill and rear sides. It is mostly white and red with details of white and chrome. Complete with hand brake on the right side. C. 1990’s. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 2750 - STODDARD DAYTON SINGLE RIDER PEDAL CAR. 24” x 46” x 20”. Early original paint Stoddard dayton single rider pedal car. Paint loss and fading, oxidation throughout, however a very early pedal car in original condition. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2751 - STEELCRAFT U.S. PATROL PEDAL PLANE. 27” x 46” x 36”. Nice original paint on this very popular pedal plane. Replaced windshield and hubcaps to front tire. Great condition and ready to fly! (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 2753

LOT - 2754

LOT - 2755

2752 - EARLY PRIMITIVE SINGLE RIDER PEDAL CAR. 24” x 46” x 20”. An early single rider pedal car in original condition and finish. Some paint loss with oxidation. (Good). 600 - 1,200 2753 - SPIRIT OF MINNEAPOLISMOLINE PEDAL TRACTOR. 25” x 36” x 19”. Collectable childs pedal tractor in original paint and decals. Some paint wear and loss duse to use. Working and complete. (Good). 300 - 600 2754 - OLIVER ROW CROP 70 PEDAL TRACTOR. 24 - 1/2” x 36” x 18 - 1/2”. Collectible children’s pedal tractor in original condition. Circa 1950’s. Paint shows signs of use and wear. Complete. (Good). 300 - 600

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LOT - 2756 2755 - FORD PEDAL TRACTOR. 25” x 37” x 18 - 1/2”. Desirable Ford Childs pedal tractor in orignal paint and decals, Signs of use and paint loss, complete. (Good). 300 - 600 2756 - MCCORMICK FARMALL PEDAL TRACTOR WITH TRAILER. Larger: 29” x 38” x 18”. Collectable farm pedal tractor with optional trailer. All original paint and decals, signs of use and wear to paint. Complete and working. (Good). 200 - 400

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LOT - 2758

LOT - 2759

LOT - 2760

LOT - 2761 2757 - SEARS PEDAL TRACTOR WITH TRAILER. Larger: 27 - 1/2” x 40” x 23”. All original paint, signs of heavy use and wear. Complete. (Good). 200 - 400

2760 - KUBOTA M6950 PEDAL TRACTOR. 25” x 37” x 19”. Circa 1970’s pedal tractor in original paint and decals. Signs of use and wear, complete. (Good). 200 - 400

2758 - JOHN DEERE PEDAL TRACTOR. 24” x 36” x 18 - 1/2”. John Deere Pedal tractor in original condition with signs of use and paint loss. Complete and working. (Good). 200 - 400

2761 - MURRAY TRAC PEDAL TRACTOR WITH DUMP TRAILER. Larger: 25 - 1/2” x 38” x 21”. 1950’s vintage, all original with optional dump trailer. Paint with significant signs of wear and use. (Good). 200 - 400

2759 - ALLIS-CHALMERS PEDAL TRACTOR. 27” x 39” x 18”. Great childs petal tractor from Allis-Chalmers. All original paint and decals. Signs of use and wear. Complete. (Good). 200 - 400

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LOT - 2762

LOT - 2763

2762 - MAC 4-PEDAL TRACTOR. 27” x 40” x 22”. Orignal paint with signs of wear and use. Complete. (Good). 200 - 400 2763 - JOHN DEERE PEDAL TRACTOR. 21 - 1/2” x 32” x 18”. Iconic John Deere pedal tractor. Original paint, signs of wear and use. Complete. (Good). 200 - 400 2764 - INTERNATIONAL CHILDS PEDAL TRACTOR. 24” x 38” x 18 - 1/2”. Al original condition child’s pedal tractor. Often sold at dealers, these tractors were sought after by the kids so they could ride what Dad was driving. Original paint with significant wear and use. Complete. (Good). 200 - 400 2765 - NEW NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE. 10 - 1/2” x 17 - 1/2” x 9”. Beautiful early sewing machine for New National. All original paint and decoration, a beautiful piece of American history. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

LOT - 2764

2766 - LOT OF 2: SEWING MACHINES WITH COVERS. Larger: 10 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/4” x 6 - 3/8”. Very early sewing machines with original covers. Original paint and condition. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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LOT - 2767

2767 - LOT OF 3: SUNBEAM IRON AND 2 SEWING MACHINES. Largest: 10” x 9 - 1/2” x 5 - 1/2”. A sunbeam iron in the original carry case, and two very early Child’s sewing machines. (Very Good). 300 - 600

LOT - 2769

2768 - LOT OF 2: SEWING MACHINES BY GUHL AND HARBECK. Larger: 12” x 12 - 5/8” x 8 1/2”. Two great sewing machines in all original condition. Works. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2769 - LOT OF 3: SEWING MACHINES BY LITTLE COMFORT. Largest : 8” x 8- 1/4” x 5 - 1/4”. Three wonderful children sewing machines. 1900, original paint and condition. (Very Good). 300 - 600

LOT - 2770

2770 - LOT OF 3: SEWING MACHINES BY AMERICAN GEM. Largest: 9” x 13 - 1/2” x 6”. Three wonderful children’s sewing machines. All original and working. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2771 - LOT OF 3: SEWING MACHINES BY WILCOX AND GIBBS, SOLITE. Largest: 8 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/2” x 6”. Three childrens sewing machines, original condition and paint. Working. (Very Good). 300 - 600

LOT - 2771

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LOT - 2772

LOT - 2773

LOT - 2774

LOT - 2775

LOT - 2776

2772 - LATE 1890’S SEWING MACHINE. 11” x 13” x 7”. Cast-iron sewing machine in beautiful original working condition. (Very Good). 300 - 600

2774 - LOT OF 2: SEWING MACHINES, ONE ON MARBLE BASE. Larger: 10 - 1/2” x 7” x 13 - 1/2”. Two great early sewing machines. All original paint and striping. (Very Good). 300 - 900

2773 - WILCOX AND GIBBS SEWING MACHINE. 11 - 1/2” x 12 - 1/2” x 8 - 1/2”. Fantastic Wilcox and Gibs turn of the century sewing machine. All original condition and paint. (Very Good). 300 - 900

2775 - ORIGINAL LITTLE COMFORT SEWING MACHINE. 10” x 10 - 1/4” x 13 - 1/4”. Beautiful “Little Comfort” sewing machine in all original condition. (Excellent). 300 - 900

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LOT - 2778

LOT - 2779

LOT - 2780

2776 - LADY WASHINGTON SEWING MACHINE. 11” x 15 - 1/2” x 9”. Beautiful early Lady Washington sewing machine in all original condition. (Very Good). 300 - 900

2779 - LOT OF 2: SEWING MACHINES, LINNEA. Larger: 9” x 7” x 11 -1/2”. Two very early sewing machines, one is a Linnea. Original paint and decoration. (Very Good). 300 - 600

2777 - LOT OF 3: SEWING MACHINES, SPENCER WITH PAPERWORK, GOLD METAL. Largest: 8 - 1/2” x 5 - 1/2” x 10 - 1/4”. Three early sewing machines with an additional ad from the time period. All original condition. (Very Good). 300 - 600

2780 - LOT OF 2: RELIABLE AND F & W SEWING MACHINES. Larger: 8 - 1/2” x 7 - 3/4” x 5”. Two great early sewing machines in all original condition. (Very Good). 300 - 600

2778 - LOT OF 2: SEWING MACHINES, LITTLE WORKER. Larger: 10” x 6 - 1/4” x 10 - 1/2”. Two early sewing machines in original paint and decoration. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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