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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.


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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

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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

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.

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 CONSIGNOR PAYOUT and trustworthy descriptions. We consider all of our experts Morphy Auctions prides itself in prompt payout to our to have the greatest knowledge and best reputations within consignors. Payments are made within 45 days of each auction. their given field. 3 www.MorphyAuctions.com | April 13, 2019


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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.

CONDITION OF ITEMS

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

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


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Terms & Conditions 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 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 (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions 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 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 (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions 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 23% buyer’s premium will be added to all successful bids and is payable by the buyer as part of the total purchase cost. If payment by cash, check, money order or wire transfer is made within 7 days of the invoice a 3% discount may be taken on the Hammer price by the buyer. DISCOUNT IS ONLY AVAILABLE IF INVOICE IS PAID WITHIN 7 DAYS from the sale date. Split payments are subject to a 23% buyer’s premium if a credit card is used as any form of total payment. A surcharge will be added for any third party online bidding platform that the bidder utilizes. Refer to your bidding platform of choice for the final buyer’s premium.

SALES TAX

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

PAYMENT, INTEREST & STORAGE FEES

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


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Terms & Conditions 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.

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 Las Vegas, NV or FOB other auction locations. Any risk of loss or damage to the item(s) during transit via FedEx, or any other carrier, in excess of the insurance provided by or purchased from MORPHY’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. • Dimensional size is length (the longest measurement) + (height x 2) + (width x 2). For example a 36” x 36” x 12” package = 36 + (36 x2) + (12 x 2) = 132” • USA home shipments must be <70 lbs. and <108” length and <165” dimensional size • USA business shipments must be <150 lbs. and <108” length and <165” dimensional size • International shipments must be <150 lbs. and <108” length and <130” dimensional size • There may be certain shipments that meet these requirements that will still require 3rd party shipping, and we will communicate the reason in those cases. • 3RD PARTY SHIPPING OF BREAKABLE, DELICATE, FRAGILE ITEMS - MORPHY’S reserves the right to choose items and orders that it will pack, ship, and/or insure directly using our shipping department. Those items that MORPHY’S will not ship will require that the buyer either pick up the items personally or arrange a 3rd party shipping service. Examples of items that may apply after determination by our shipping department include but are not limited to: items with neon of any type (working or non-working), all glass display cases of any size; coin-operated, arcade and vending items with fragile parts and/or glass; signs with parts or protrusions beyond the main body of the sign, oversized vases (guideline – larger than fit in a 20” x 20” x 40” box), high value lamps and glass of all sizes, high value artwork including but not limited to paintings, statuary, sculpture, figurines, dioramas, and other intricate items; and items subject to impact by moisture and known handling issues in the supply chain. Under no circumstances will MORPHY’S be responsible for shipping damage to picture frames of any kind. For any buyers who wish to arrange for their own shipping, MORPHY’S must be notified at least seven (7) days prior to arrival of the shipping company name, arrival date and time. Pickup must be scheduled to begin and end within our normal business hours (9am – 4pm weekdays). Buyers must arrange weekend pickups in advance with MORPHY’S staff, and additional charges may be necessary for overtime. All 3rd party shippers must arrive with a copy of the invoice, • STORAGE FEE – MORPHY’S will charge a storage fee of $50 per item per month for any items awaiting pickup for more than 30 days following the invoice date. Buyer authorizes the 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. • MORPHY AUCTIONS, LAS VEGAS LOCATION ONLY SPECIAL COURTESY – Items purchased at our Las Vegas location may qualify for free shipment on our freight truck to Denver, PA. °° To be considered for shipping, all item invoices must be paid in full by day 7 after the auction, or they will not be shipped on the truck and shipping charges will then apply. °° Items will leave Las Vegas approximately 14 days after the (continued...)


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Terms & Conditions auction date. Upon arrival in Denver, PA the buyer must pick items up within 14 days, or a $50/week storage fee will apply. Buyers will be contacted by phone or email when items arrive in Denver, PA. It is the buyer’s responsibility to pick the items up here. For packages to qualify for courtesy shipping, at least one piece or all pieces together in a package, must have a dimensional size of more than 130 square inches. Dimensional size is length (the longest measurement) + (height x 2) + (width x 2). For example, a 36” x 36” x 12” package = 36 + (36 x2) + (12 x 2) = 132. • FIREWORKS – MORPHY’S can only ship Class 1 Division 1.4 and 1.6 Explosives (as described in the following website: http://environmentalchemistry.com/yogi/hazmat/placards/class1. html) per the 49CFR 173.50 and can only ship these via FedEx. All items not shippable must be picked up by the buyer.

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POST SALE RETURN POLICY

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

Auctioneer sells approximately 80-100 lots per hour.

SATURDAY 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 - 1,720 5:00 PM 1,721 - 1,784 6:00 PM

SUNDAY 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 - 2,780 6:00 PM

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AUCTION LOCATION: Morphy Auctions 4520 Arville St. #1 ∙ Las Vegas, NV 89103 877-968-8880

LODGING: Orleans Hotel Casino: 1-800-675-3267 Code: A9MAC04 (Valid April 11, 2019 – April 15, 2019) Reservations need to be made by 3/12/2019 to receive discount.


APRIL 13, 2019 Saturday Session | Auction Starts at 9:00am pst LOTS: 1,001 - 1,784 Items on Display Approximately 4 weeks prior to Auction Date. Please Call to Confirm.

Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm pst

Auction Day Preview Begins at 8:00am pst

∙ 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: Don Grimmer

Coin-Op, Gambling, & Advertising Consultant

Gary Metz

Coca-Cola & Soda Pop Advertising Expert

Chris Hall

General Antiques & Advertising Consultant

M o r p h yA u c t i o n s . c o m | 8 7 7 - 9 6 8 - 8 8 8 0


LOT - 1002

LOT - 1001

1001 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. AUTOMATIC GUM VENDER SLOT MACHINE ON STAND. 21-1/2”L x 16-1/2”W x 28”T. This three reel machine is a tabletop version of the more commonly seen floor model vendor. This example is without the lower vending cabinet, though it still advertises for a package of mints with every nickel played. The consignor believes this to be a factory made tabletop model rather than a cut down version. An early machine with an oak cabinet, manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1911. The front casting displays ornate cast iron decoration such as the trim and payout cup, topped with a matching coin head. The original three reel strips and award card complete this remarkable slot machine. There is minor surface wear and the housing appears to be lightly tarnished on the sides. In working condition, this machine plays and pays. Showing a repair and small piece missing from the front wood behind one of the decorative metal columns. Includes one key and a stand measuring 24”L x 16-1/2”W x 37”T. The stand shows some wear to the finish and is open at the back. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000 1002 - **10¢ PAUPA & HOCHRIEM THE PILOT TRADE STIMULATOR. 12” L x 11-1/2” W x 15-1/2” T. Encased in a beautiful cast iron cabinet, embellished with nautical scenes throughout the front and side panels. The trade stimulator appears to be in its original condition, still containing its original components such as the singular reel. This is the early popup flag version. Features include a 6-way coin head and original paper award card corresponding to each image on the reel. Manufactured by Paupa & Hochreim in 1906 and is a superb example of a countertop trade stimulator introduced at the turn of the 20th century. Wear is commensurate with age, displaying a nice patina, small cracks in the glass, a small piece missing from the back of the top casting, and light soiling on the paper. Sold as is. No keys included because there is no back door. (Fair - Good). 4,000 - 7,000

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1003 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. VICTORY BELL NUDE FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 13”D x 14”W x 26”T. A lovely and sought after cast iron, center pull machine with front castings showing a nude woman on each side of the handle and payout cup. Both sides of the cabinet are engraved “Incorporated Chicago Tel. Yards” with a decal reading “Notice Play Perfect Coins Only Calcutt’s Automatic Vender Distributed By Joseph Calcutt Fayetteville N.C.”. Retaining the original reel strips, award card, decals, and plating, this machine shows light wear from age and use and is missing the cash box. Also retaining the unusual cash box door, and back door with locks and keys. A nice original, unrestored example in working condition with working deferred pay. Circa 1920. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 5,500 - 9,000

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LOT - 1004

1004 - **$1 CHARLES FEY & SONS SILVER DOLLAR SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15-1/2”W x 27”T. A nicely restored slot machine, manufactured by Charles Fey & Sons in 1929. Only a handful still known to exist today. This device operates with silver dollars, a bold choice considering the date of release. The nickel plated aluminum castings are accompanied by embossed designs, highlighted with painted details in colors like yellow and red with a single jackpot reserve and two payout cups. A fantastic Fey machine with original cabinet and case with a replacement oak base and casting behind the coin head. Manufactured in the 1920’s by Charles Fey, this 3 reel slot machine, serial #119, is complete and in working order. The mechanism appears to a modified Mills mech with built to fit parts rather than an original Fey mechanism. Keys included. May be your only chance to own a machine of this caliber. (Excellent). 10,000 - 20,000

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1005 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. ECLIPSE UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 19”L x 26”W x 63”T. Gorgeous floor wheel slot machine, manufactured by the Caille Bros. from 1904 to 1905. The cabinet is oak with a dark finish, perfectly matching the ornate castings such as the claw legs and relief of a cherub touching lips with a person. Complete with a tin litho color wheel, the colors corresponding to the stunning 6-way coin head. An older restoration of a nice machine with little wear, also in working order, it plays and pays correctly.Wheel and back door are replacements. Includes three keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 15,000 - 25,000

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LOT - 1006

1006 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. NEW CENTURY DETROIT UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 18”L x 27”W x 64”T. This upright slot machine is housed in a dark oak cabinet featuring hand carved woodwork, fluted columns and beveled panels on the side. Including the original tin litho wheel and 6-way coin head in very nice condition. Manufactured by the Caille Bros. in 1901. This New Century Detroit is a nice example of an original machine, having undergone some older restoration. The nickel plating has slightly oxidized and the original backdoor has a replacement panel to the damaged part. In working order, it also plays and pays. Keys provided. (Excellent). 15,000 - 20,000

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1007 - **5¢ MILLS IOWA NOVELTY CO. O.K. MINT VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 14-1/2”D x 18”W x 24”T. This rare machine is housed in a highly decorated cast aluminum cabinet with original “Delicious Confection” side mint vendor and “Iowa Novelty Co. Cedar Rapids” inscribed across the center of the front casting. Iowa Novelty Co. was an early distributor of the Mills Novelty Co. cabinet, providing an explanation for the presence of iconic Mills designs throughout. A very nicely restored machine with subtle hints of color and a new award card. Clean both inside and out. Retaining the original tin reels. In working condition, with complete and working vendor linkage and deferred pay. Circa 1924. Includes two keys. (Excellent). 4,500 - 8,000 1008 - **5¢ WATLING MFG. CO. ROL-A-TOR SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 15” W x 26-1/2” T. The front aluminum casting has been gold plated and painted yellow with blue and features a cornucopia overflowed with coins. Additional highlights include the fortune reels strips, twin jackpot reserves and the dual mint vendor columns. Manufactured by Watling from 1935 to 1937. The amount of wear is fair and is most visible on the cabinet and base. Retaining the original award card, pristine reel strips, cash box, correct back door without the “W” and back door lock. Plays and pays correctly with complete and working vendor mechanism. One key is included. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

LOT - 1007

1009 - **$1 PACE MFG. CO. “8” STAR BELL SLOT MACHINE. 17”L x 14-3/4”W x 24-1/2”T. 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 the number 49 etched into the star on the side of the housing. Showing only light wear throughout, this machine was nicely restored with the original reel strips, award card, and a replacement lock. Keys included. (Very Good). 2,500 - 4,000

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LOT - 1011 LOT - 1010 1010 - **10¢ WATLING ROL-A-TOP BIRD OF PARADISE SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. This eye-catching three reel slot machine features an upturned cornucopia spilling out fruits and birds, highly restored with nickel plated aluminum castings and vividly colored. Retaining the original back door with a replacement lock, original cash box with lock, and original reel strips. Reels one and two are tin while reel three is paper. There is some minor paint loss seen on the left of the jackpot but overall, a nice, colorful appearance. In working order. Circa 1938. Includes two keys. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 1011 - **5¢ WATLING THE LITTLE 6 SLOT MACHINE. 17”L x 11-1/2”W x 20-1/2”T. Offering a countertop one wheeler slot machine of 1910 manufactured by Watling with some older restoration. Constructed of beautiful wood panels and ornate cast metal components with a reverse glass facade. There is a five to one payout if the player chooses the correct color. Very light indications of wear. Key included. (Very Good). 2,000 - 3,500 1012 - **50¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. EXTRAORDINARY BELL CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 15”L x 21”W x 59-1/2”T. A beautiful example of a 1930’s slot machine, exhibiting an Art Deco motif, produced by the Mills Novelty Company. The front aluminum casting is colored in black with a glossy finish, detailed in gold and features an emblem of a bellboy. The mechanism has been painted gray. Retaining the original reel strips, award card, and back door with original locks and keys. Showing minor wear throughout. In working condition, this machine plays and pays correctly. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000

LOT - 1012

1013 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. JOCKEY TRADE STIMULATOR. 14-1/2”L x 17”W x 25-1/2”T. An early 20th Century trade stimulator of the Caille Bros. manufactured in 1905. The Caille Bros. Jockey is less frequently seen than the Mills version. The restored cabinet features ornate castings with a dark finish, new five poker reel strips and an award card. The machine allows up to three players with winnings for money “In Trade Only.” A great look throughout with minor wear. (Very Good - Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000 1013A - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. JOCKEY TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”L x 16-3/4”W x 21”T. The Jockey trade stimulator was introduced to the gambling and counter game industry in 1930 to 1939 by the Mills Novelty Company. The cabinet is composed of oak with hand carved details on the front and sides. The metal plating and marquee is with a copper flashed finish and features an embossed horse above the coin entry. An interesting element about this machine is the three persons game play with winnings of up to 100 cigars. There are some areas of discoloration and age related wear. In working condition. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

LOT - 1013

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LOT - 1014

LOT - 1015

LOT - 1016

LOT - 1017

LOT - 1018

LOT - 1019

1014 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. HIGH TOP TOKEN BELL SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 15” W x 26-1/2” T. The Token Bell slot machine is a cool variation of the High Top slot machine, manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. and released in the 1940’s. Restored with a cast aluminum front panel, detailed in dark green and polished nickel-plating. Reel strips and award card are replacements but the machine retains the original cash box. Light wear throughout. Plays and pays correctly. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,000 1015 - **10¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. HORSE HEAD BONUS SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2”D x 16”W x 26”T. A nice nickel machine showing an older restoration. With this machine, the player wins not only when he hits the normal winning combinations of fruits, bells, or bars, but the player also wins a bonus jackpot of 18 coins when he completes the word “BONUS” on the top of the machine. In working condition with two small cracks on the sides of the front casting head. Reel strips, BONUS letters, award card, cash box, back door, and back door lock are replacements. B-O-N-U-S mechanism is complete and working. Includes two keys. Circa 1937 (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500 1016 - **50¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. CASTLE FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 16-1/4”W x 15”W x 25-1/2”T. Completely restored slot machine with an exceptionally colored cast aluminum front, detailed in red and white. Complete with a single jackpot reserve, acid etched award card, and new reel strips. Retaining the original cash box and back door with original lock and key. The mechanism has been painted gray. In working condition. Manufactured from 1933 to 1936 by the Mills Novelty Company. Keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500 18

1017 - **1¢ O.D. JENNINGS LITTLE DUKE JACKPOT SIDE VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 18” L x 11” W x 22” T. The Little Duke manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1932 became successful for its three concentric discs with many copycat machines to follow. Added bonus features are the side gumball vendor and the jackpot reserve. This is an early single jackpot model with a small coin head. The cast aluminum front casting is adorned with an Art Deco design, accentuated with bright colors. Retaining the original cash box, back door, and instruction paper. Possible reproduction side vendor is not working and the machine is missing a small piece of wood from the lower corner of the back door. Two keys are included. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,000 1018 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. GRAND PRIZE SLOT MACHINE. 14”L x 13” W x 24” T. A fine example of a Caille Bros. slot machine manufactured in 1930, beautifully restored. Showing a polished gold plated aluminum front casting with red and blue details. Complete with an escalator bell, replacement award cards and reel strips. Retaining the correct Caille back door lock, back door, and cash box without the top. Light wear throughout but a great machine overall, plays and pays correctly. One key is included. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,800 1019 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. OPERATORS BELL SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15”W x 25”T. This three reel gooseneck bell machine is also referred to as the “Owl”. Retaining the original “W.J. Robinson, The Organization Man, Reading, Pa.” award card showing tears and discoloration. Banner Specialty Co. reel strips. Bright, nickel plated front casting with wear shown to the wood cabinet base and original back door. Circa 1923. Includes key. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

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LOT - 1024

LOT - 1025

1020 - **1¢ KELLEY MFG. CO. THE IMPROVED KELLEY TRADE STIMULATOR. 13-1/2”W x 9”D x 21-1/2”T. This trade stimulator was manufactured by Kelley Mfg. Co. in 1905. The housing is made of oak with cast metal features, having oxidized over time. Just above the cabinet is a die-cut top with a clock hanging from the center. The five specialty reel strips appear to be original to this machine. Showing aged related wear throughout. In working condition. (Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1021 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. SILENT JACKPOT FRONT VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 16” W x 27” T. Incredibly restored slot machine, also known as the Modern Front, for its intricate design on the aluminum front casting. Mint vendor columns are filled but not vending. Restored with a replacement back door, fortune reel strips, new award card, and gold plated castings. It was manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1931 and functions properly. No keys are provided. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500 1022 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. BLACK CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15”W x 26”T. A nice slot machine with a cast aluminum front, featuring raised cherry cluster castings and a black bib award card. Complete with a single jackpot reserve and two payout cups. In original condition showing wear to the black paint of the wood cabinet, retaining the original hammertone paint on the front casting and showing wood grain paint on the back door. Cash box is missing its pull tab. Circa 1936. (Good). 800 - 1,200

1023 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. BURSTING CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. The Mills Novelty Co. produced this three reel, escalator bell slot machine in 1938. Having a nice wooden cabinet and light blue front casting with namesake bursting cherry design and jackpot at the center. Showing replacement reel strips and award card and light wear to the wood base with a small chip from the front edge of the bonnet where it meets the front casting on the handle side. Retaining the original back door and cash box. Very nice working condition overall. Includes key for new lock. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 1024 - **5¢ PACE MFG. CO. COMET SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 24”T. This escalator bell slot machine is also referred to as the “All Star Comet” and features a visible coin escalator, two central jackpots, and two payout cups. Showing some wear to the base and back door with a nice finish to the cabinet sides and front casting. In unrestored and working condition, retaining the original reel strips and award card. Back door lock is a replacement and no cash box is present. Circa 1936. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1025 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. SKYSCRAPER SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 15” W x 24” T. An unrestored Mills Novelty Co. slot machine, manufactured from 1932 to 1933. The cast aluminum front is embossed with an Art Deco motif, decorated with stars along the base. Retaining the original award card, fortune fruit reel strips, and back door. There is wear throughout the casting and cabinet and the back door is missing the security strap. The machine plays and pays correctly. Key included. (Fair - Good). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 1026

LOT - 1027

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1026 - **10¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. EXTRAORDINARY SILENT SLOT MACHINE. 15”L x 15-1/2”W x 28”T. An Art Deco slot machine, designed to commemorate the 1933 Chicago Worlds Fair. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1933. The front casting is nickel plated aluminum, painted lavender throughout with an eagle emblem at the center. Complete with double jackpot reserves. Reel strips are replacements and there is some surface wear on the housing but overall, it is in nice condition. The machine plays and pays correctly. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 LOT - 1029

1027 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. POINSETTIA SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15”W x 24-1/2”T. The cast aluminum front panel of this slot machine features a display of poinsettia flowers, showing areas of wear and discoloration. The cabinet is oak with some surface scratches and sits on a black base. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1928 to 1930. Complete with the original three reel strips. Keys included. (Fair - Good). 800 - 1,200 1028 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. 777 HIGH TOP SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 17”W x 26-1/4”T. A beautifully restored slot machine, produced by Mills Novelty Co. in 1947. The restored cast aluminum front panel is nickel plated and painted in light blue, paired with a wood cabinet. Advertising a $10 special reward to patrons. Complete with a single jackpot reserve and the award card displaying an engraved image of the Fremont Hotel. Minor wear throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,200 1029 - **25¢ PACE MFG CO. BANTAM JAK POT SLOT MACHINE. 15” x 14” x 19 - 1/4”. This three reel tabletop slot machine was one of the first to have the coin elevator that lets you see the last five coins played. It also has a visible jackpot reserve below. Showing wear to the original award card and reel strips. With wood grain back door. Circa 1929. Without key. (Very Good). 700 - 1,000 1030 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. JUMBO PARADE SLOT MACHINE. 21-1/2”L x 23”W x 51”T. A console slot machine with a horizontal backglass and game play, manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1940. The exterior cabinet is oak, painted in blue and red but shows wear commensurate with age and use. The reverse glass panels are in superb condition with little to no traces of peeling. Operates well and the reels stop correct. The key hole is missing the lock. Previously purchased from The Smith Collection Of Penny Arcade. (Good). 500 - 1,200

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1031 - OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 20”L x 20”W x 34”T. An oak slot machine stand with brass hardware, a lion door knocker knob and four claw legs. Carved columns are flanked on each sided as an added design. There is surface wear throughout with some scratches to the finish. (Good - Very Good). 200 - 300 1032 - OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 20”L x 38-1/2”W x 33-3/4”T. A double slot machine stand, composed of oak with cast metal legs, painted in gold. The two front panels are leaded glass with floral decoration etched at the center of each side. Complete with one interior shelf. There is some wear, visible along the top surface. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600

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1033 - OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 20”L x 20”W x 34”T. An oak slot machine stand with a frosted glass front featuring four beveled diamond shaped designs on each corner. Includes four cast aluminum claw legs and one key. (Good). 200 - 400 1034 - OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 20”L x 20”W x 34”T. An oak slot machine stand with a frosted glass front featuring four beveled diamond shaped designs on each corner. Includes four cast aluminum claw legs and one key. (Good). 200 - 300 1035 - GOLDEN NUGGET SLOT MACHINE STAND. 25”L x 20”W x 28-3/4”T. An oak slot machine stand featuring Golden Nugget’s insignia on the acrylic front, painted red with gold and orange details. There are no shelves but there is one interior light and 4 cast aluminum claw legs. A switch and two outlets have been pre-wired on the back of the stand. There are moderate scratches and scuffs on the housing. (Good). 200 - 400

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1036 - **5¢ SUN MFG. CO. BICYCLE TRADE STIMULATOR. 19-1/2”L x 5-3/4”W x 13-1/2”T. A turn of the 20th Century two wheel bicycle trade stimulator, manufactured by Sun Mfg. Co. in 1896 to 1902. This is a highly sought after piece because during its time, patrons were enthralled by its attractive appearance and roulette style game play. There is a small plaque at the base, reading “Modern Desk And Display Case Co.” With the noticeable wear throughout, the machine retains its original factors, making this a great addition to any vintage gaming collection! (Good). 1,000 - 2,500

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1037 - **1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. LITTLE PERFECTION TRADE STIMULATOR. 11” x 9-1/2” x 16”. An early tabletop trade stimulator, manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1926. Encased in oak, in original condition, still containing the original hardware such as the marquee and five reel strips. Depending on the hand of poker obtained, if any, the patron is rewarded a coupon. Age related wear is present throughout the machine. In working order. No lock is present on back door. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1038 - 5¢ GRISWOLD WHEEL OF FORTUNE TRADE STIMULATOR. 45”T x 15-1/2”W x 7-1/2”D. This is an incredible trade stimulator manufactured by Griswold in 1893 to 1905 and is in good original condition. The gaming wheel is in red and blue, detailed in white and partnered with red stars. It has a nice wooden cabinet with rare original wooden stand, complete with cast iron hardware. There are surface scratches throughout the housing and moderate wear despite its age. (Good). 800 - 2,000

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1039 - 1¢ CAILLE BROS. BALL-GUM VENDOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 11”L x 13-1/2”W x 17-3/4”T. A handsome trade stimulator, offering a ball of gum and fortune for every penny. Produced by the Caille Bros. in 1926. The cabinet is oak with glossy cast aluminum hardware, elegantly detailed with some red color on the marquee. The three reel strips and award card appear original to this machine. Little wear throughout. (Very Good). 800 - 2,000 1040 - 1¢ GRISWOLD WHEEL OF FORTUNE TRADE STIMULATOR. 15-1/2”W x 5-1/2”D x 11-1/2”T. M.O. Griswold began producing these counter wheel games in 1893. This particular example no longer has its marquee and appears to operate regardless of whether a coin is inserted. Wood cabinet shows some age wear. No key or back lock included. (Good). 500 - 1,000

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1041 - VINTAGE “DIANA” CARD GAME LAYOUT. 29”L x 53-1/2”W x 3/4”T. This beautiful layout was manufactured in the late 19th Century by Williams Maker, 98 Elm St, New York. Diana was a short-lived card game because the odds were so horrific for the player that it quickly fizzled out. The slightly faded layout is on canvas and mounted on wood with chambered corners. There is a small run in the fabric between the 2 of Clubs and the 2 of Diamonds. Age unknown. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1042 - IRISH BARREL ORGAN AUTOMATON QUINTET. 14”L x 27”W x 24”T. The solid wood cabinet is nicely constructed and features a marquetry diamond front as well as a contemporary plaque explaining the virtues of this unique looking automaton. The mechanism is almost entirely original, with the main worm drive shaft and corresponding barrel gear being modern. There are some unconnected wires and micro switches inside, indicating that there was an unrealized intention to circumvent the hand-cranked cylinder on the rear of the cabinet. The hand crank is missing. A rare find with five monkeys and the original drum. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1043 - GUNSLINGER SKELETON IN COFFIN AUTOMATON. 25”L x 38”W x 77”T. A gunslinger is laid to rest in a coffin, displaying a skeleton head, human-like hands holding two revolvers and is wearing Western attire. The coffin the automaton lays on can be placed horizontally, when turned on, the gunslinger appears to be rising from his wooden casket- the upper half of his body moves to a 90 degree angle. There are some scratches on the wooden housing and wear on the gunslinger. (Good - Very Good). 2,500 - 5,000

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1044 - GO-GO DANCER DISPLAY. 36”L x 36”W x 80”T. This display resembles a blonde go-go dancer and is able to move the top half of her body from side to side. She is wearing a blue dress with black fringe around her torso, paired with yellow boots on her feet. She appears to be made of something similar to paper mache or plaster like materials. She stands on a six pointed star pedestal with a parallel top, surrounded by 6 green rods, made of wood. Visible wear throughout. (Good). 3,000 - 6,000 1045 - THE KINGERY MFG. CO. CORN POPPER CART. 60”L x 33”W x 75”T. An early popcorn or peanuts machine manufactured by the Kingery Manufacturing Co. with their ads dating back to 1917. The machine sits perfectly on a wooden base, attached to four spoke wheels. It has glass side panels with glass doors, one reading “5¢ A Bag” and the other “Popcorn”. A figural clown is featured at the top of the machine, appearing to spin the cylinder filled with popcorn. Wear throughout with some scratches and minor dents. (Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1045A - 1¢ SMILIN’ SAM FROM ALABAM’ PEANUT VENDING MACHINE. 13” x 10 - 1/4” x 11 - 3/4”. Manufactured by General Merchandise Company in 1931. All original working condition. Key is missing. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000

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1046 - 5¢ HOT PEANUTS WARMER. 16”L x 14”W x 28”T. A restored pressed metal peanut warmer, colored in bright orange with details of white and yellow. There are 4 central glass panels for a clear view of the interior and four frosted glass panels at the top where the light is positioned to create heat. The tabletop nut warmer is in nice condition with minor instances of wear. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1047 - 5¢ NATIONAL NOVELTY CO. K.O. FIGHTERS ARCADE GAME. 43-1/2”L x 20”W x 71-1/2”T. From 1926 to 1928, the National Novelty Company manufactured K.O. Fighters, a purely mechanical boxing themed game, made for two players. This particular example is a rare factory prototype where the boxer manikins have different cast metal gloves and extra pins in their chest. The cabinet is wood, affixed to a black metal base and consists of the wildly popular triggers on pistol grip handles. “The fighter scoring 2 knockdowns out of 3, wins.” Restored with minimal exterior wear and a clean interior but the paper background displays age. Fully restored in good working order. With keys. (Very Good). 10,000 - 15,000 1048 - RECREATION 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. ELECTRICITY IS LIFE ARCADE SHOCK MACHINE. 25”L x 29”W x 78”T. Between 1900 and 1909, Mills Novelty Co. created the Electricity Is Life shock machine in response to the interest in using electricity to “Treat All Forms Of Muscular Ills.” Also referring to electricity as “The Silent Physician,” the reverse glass sign within informs patrons it is “Good For The Nervous System Too.” This particular example is a John Papa re-creation, one of just twelve made. The papier-mâché dial, decorated by four strongmen at the corners, measures from 0 to 250, supposedly indicating the status of the patron’s health. The tall cabinet is composed of quartersawn oak with ornate cast iron components in a polished finish and decorated with Victorianesque decals. The physical appearance is exceptional throughout and the machine is in working order, offering a shock from the induction coil connected to the handles. Includes keys and a copy of Michael Papa’s book “No Tampering! - A Guide To Papa’s Re-creations.” (Excellent). 8,000 - 12,000

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1049 - COIN-OP SKY RANGER KIDDIE RIDE ARCADE MACHINE. 76”L x 56”T x 26”W. An exciting children’s amusement ride in the shape of a rocket ship with missiles on either side, a large headlight, and three red taillights. Each rider can use the steps to climb into the cockpit and take a “Trip to the moon” as indicated on the front of the machine. Sturdy construction with vibrant color and graphics throughout. Marked as accepting 20P, this is an English machine, manufactured by Robinson Partners (London) LD, which is present on the back door. Motor has been changed to 110V for operation in the US without the need for conversion and operates on free play. Showing light wear to the paint with a fantastic appearance overall. A rare machine with only a few known. Circa 1950’s-60’s. Includes one key. (Very Good). 10,000 - 20,000

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1050 - 25¢ DALE ENGINEERING CO. DESERT HUNTER ARCADE MACHINE. Largest 30”L x 9”W x 72”T. The objective of this shooting gallery is so simple, yet still so fun to play. Different targets will pop up within the desert landscape, shoot and every successful hit will be scored on the dial above. The gaming unit is in two parts, colored in tan with animal graphics stenciled in black throughout. Manufactured by Dale Engineering Co. in 1950. There is surface wear and scratches on the housing commensurate with age and use. With new lock and key. Target unit, 30”L x 9”W x 72”T. Gun stand, 13”L x 12”W x 46”T. Gun, 34-3/4”L. Center, 30-1/2”L x 10”Dia. (Good). 6,000 - 10,000

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1051 - 25¢ MOTORCYCLE KIDDIE RIDE. 52”L x 27”W x 45”T. Antique kiddie amusement ride, resembling a motorcycle and was manufactured by Capitol Projector Corp. from the 1950’s to 1960’s. The motorcycle has two-tone blue paint with red details, spoke wheels, dual seating and is positioned atop an orange metal base. Wear is present, from age and use. There is paint loss, oxidation and the bounding material on the seating is coming apart. (Good). 6,000 - 12,000

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1052 - 10¢ RIDE THE FLYING SAUCER KIDDIE AMUSEMENT RIDE. 44”L x 42”W x 42”T. A mid-20th century kiddie ride, resembling an extra-terrestrial flying saucer that has been restored to near perfection. The steel body is painted in silver with black and orange details, paired nicely with a black foundation. The faux leather seat upholstery and metal handle bar is fitted for a single rider. Manufactured by Meteor Machine Corp. in 1953. Works well. One key is included. (Excellent). 8,000 - 15,000

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1053 - 5¢ CHESTER POLLARD PLAY FOOTBALL ARCADE MACHINE. 45-1/2”L x 19”W x 71”T. The cabinet of this 1926 arcade game is wood, finished with detailed trim and black wooden legs. There are 3-Dimensional players, each wearing a colored jersey corresponding to two teams- yellow and purple. Manufactured by ChesterPollard and has had some restoration but still contains the original background art. There is surface wear throughout the housing with noticeable scuffs. A very nicely done and rare cabinet. (Very Good). 4,000 - 6,000

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1054 - 5¢ COINOMATIC RADIO RIFLE ARCADE MACHINE. 56” x 24” x 18”. In original, unrestored condition with a box of Radiant Lamps bulbs, keys, and a lock. This sheet metal game console is designed with an internal projector, placing targets on a wall in front of the player. After the player fires five shots, the machine dispenses a photographic record of the shots fired. Manufactured by the Coinomatic Corporation of Buffalo, New York. Circa 1931. In working condition. (Fair - Good). 3,000 - 8,000 1055 - 5¢, 25¢ SEEBURG’S SHOOT THE BEAR RIFLE GAME. Largest 42”L x 37”W x 19-1/2”T. This shooting range arcade machine was manufactured by Seeburg in 1949 and is in fantastic restored condition. The objective of this game is to gain points by shooting the bear who is in continuous motion throughout the cabinet. The cabinet is wood with metal legs and has a separate Ray-O-Lite rifle unit, also with metal legs. The interior of the cabinet displays a woodland scenery, topped with a pink translucent marquee. Minimal wear throughout and plays well. Includes four keys. (Excellent). 3,000 - 7,000

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1056 - 10¢ SOUTHLAND ENGINEERING INC. CHAMPIONSHIP FAST DRAW ARCADE GAME. 76”L x 24”W x 60”T. This is a one or two player, head-to-head arcade machine manufactured by Southland Engineering Inc. in 1964. It has a cocktail style cabinet with a large backglass marquee, both in nice condition. With realistic holsters on each side and adjustable gun stands. The player(s) must draw the gun and fire when “Draw” lights on the screen. Turns on when plugged in. A rare machine in restored condition. Three keys are included. (Very Good - Excellent). 5,000 - 8,000 1057 - 5¢ STAR MACHINE MFRS., INC. ELECTRO-HOIST ARCADE CRANE DIGGER. 22”L x 21-1/2”W x 71-1/2”T. The cabinet of this crane machine is oak with a dark finish and given an Art Deco appearance. It was manufactured by Star Machine Mfrs., Inc. in 1931 to 1939. “Please Adjust Claw Before You Insert Coin...” The interior contains a mirrored background, a cast metal crane and the floor is covered in gravel. There is wear throughout with instances of oxidized metal but all together, the digger is a great machine. Includes two keys. (Good - Very Good). 3,000 - 7,000

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1058 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. ELECTRIC HOCKEY PINBALL MACHINE. 25”L x 55”W x 39”T. For five cents, the player is given 5 balls and scores a win when 3 of the 5 balls are pocketed in the opposite goal. The exterior cabinet is in nice condition with minimal wear. The playfield is brightly colored, clean and intact. Fully restored to museum quality and in working condition. A rare machine manufactured by the Exhibit Supply Company in 1953, made in the USA. This was the world’s first head-to-head electro-mechanical pinball, featuring 12 flippers. Keys included. (Excellent). 5,500 - 7,500 1059 - 25¢ MEDLINE OXYGEN REGULATOR “BREATHE PURE OXYGEN” BAR. 22”L x 21”W x 54”T. Restored oxygen bar, reading “New! Pickup One Minute Pure Oxygen” on the backglass. Also indicating, “Eases distress of Over-Indulgence Drowsiness - Fatigue - Nervousness and Many Other Symptoms.” The cabinet appears new, restored to museum quality. Including one key and a cone shaped cup dispenser for sanitation. The machine powers on nicely. (Excellent). 4,500 - 7,500 1060 - 25¢ BALLY BULL’S EYE ARCADE SHOOTING GALLERY. 19-1/2”L x 38”W x 60”T. Unlike most shooting gallery arcade machines, the Bull’s Eye requires a pistol mount on the cabinet instead of a rifle and provides a small step. The player is given 10 shots and if all 10 targets are hit, the player is given an additional 10 shotsresulting in titles such as “Marksman” and “Expert”. The backglass is in nice condition but there is visible peeling along the top and right corner. The cabinet is wood with a Western theme, colored in red and orange with details of blue. There is surface wear throughout with areas of paint loss. Manufactured by Bally. C. 1955. With new lock and key. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000 LOT - 1058

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1061 - 5¢ PACIFIC AMUSEMENT MFG. CO. MAJOR LEAGUE MODEL 44 PINBALL MACHINE. 24-1/2”L x 50”W x 42”T. A baseball themed pre-flipper arcade game, manufactured by Pacific Amusement Mfg. Co. (Pamco) in 1934. The restored cabinet is two-toned wood with green diamond shaped designs on the side panels. The playfield is in great condition with only minor wear from use. In working condition. Keys included. (Very Good - Excellent). 4,500 - 5,500 1062 - 5¢ BALLY BIG INNING ARCADE MACHINE. 32-1/2”L x 51”W x 70”T. A single player pitch n’ bat arcade game, manufactured by Bally in 1947 and then released in 1959. For five cents, the player is given an allotted time of 4 minutes to play or until the 3 strikes. The game automatically pitches the ball with the player controlling the bat by the press of a lever. The unusually large cabinet is nicely detailed with different paints and graphics of baseballs throughout. Minimal wear, clean interior and a great backglass. Three keys are included. (Very Good). 2,000 - 5,000

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1063 - 25¢ MIDWAY’S TWIN PIRATE GUN ARCADE GAME. 29-1/2”L x 46”W x 70”T. This is a timed game that allows for an unlimited amount of shots, requiring one to two players. By using the guns provided, shoot one of the 8 light activated targets. The player acquiring the most points by times end, wins. The cabinet shows moderate wear but that does not take away from its ivory color and pirate motifs. There is noticeable pen markings near the coin entry. The backglass is intact, bright in color with no signs of peeling. C. 1974. With new lock and key. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1064 - 10¢ IRVING KAYE CO. BATTING PRACTICE ARCADE GAME. 27-1/2”L x 65”W x 63-1/4”T. A challenging single player pitch n’ bat game, produced by Irving Kaye Co. in 1965. Housed in a white exterior cabinet with black and green details and has a baseball motif. The interior is clean, containing nine figural players and 4 scoring decks, labeled 1 Run, 2 Runs, 3 Runs and 4 Runs. Two key are provided. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 1065 - CHAS. AHRENS STEER-A-CAR ARCADE MACHINE. 21 - 1/2” x 36” x 75”. Housed in an upright cabinet painted red-orange, this arcade game allows the player to steer a small car along a winding road. The mechanism spins the road like a giant reel, allowing the road to appear as though it never ends. In unrestored condition with some wear throughout including a break in the glass of the dial at the top. Circa early 1930s. No keys are included so the back door is held in place by two nails that can be moved to gain access to the interior. Untested with what appears to be original wiring. (Good). 3,000 - 4,500 1066 - 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. AUTO STEREOSCOPE ARCADE VIEWER. 17”L x 20”W x 73”T. A 1905 arcade viewer, also coined the Auto Stereoscope by Mills Novelty Co. featuring Max Davidson in “Cohens First and Last Game of Chance.” The composition of this machine is tiger stripe oak with a fresh decal at the center and polished hardware throughout. The metal claw legs are with older wheels. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000

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1066A - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. CHICAGO MUSICAL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 20-3/4”L x 29”W x 69”T. A phenomenal example of an upright Chicago with a lower musical compartment, debuted by Mills Novelty Co. in 1904. Housed in an oak cabinet with recessed panels, fluted columns, and hand carved woodwork throughout. The castings have a copper flash finish, paired with an ornate 6-way coin head but the top sign is a brass replacement. The tin litho wheel is the original and hard to find “I Will Girls” version and is in nice condition. Also retaining the original locks on the back door. In working order with functional music box playing correct music. Plays and pays. Includes keys. (Excellent). 20,000 - 30,000

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1067 - 10¢, 25¢ CHICAGO COIN’S GOALEE ARCADE MACHINE. 44-1/2”L x 36”W x 64”T. This game operates on one dime for a single player or one quarter for two players. Players turn the stylized handles to control the respective goalie figure, the left goalie is in red and the right side is in green. Manufactured by Chicago Coin Machine Co. in 1945. In original condition, though wear is visible throughout and the backglass is flaking. With new lock and key. And the door is a replacement. (Good). 1,200 - 2,000 1068 - 10¢ KEENEY’S LEAGUE LEADER ARCADE GAME. 64”L x 28”W x 79-1/2”T. Single player pitch n bat game, manufactured by Keeney’s in 1958. Featured is a running man light simulation on the back-glass and shows base runners advancing around the bases. The right button bats the ball pitched from the metal ramp at the center, in hopes to land in one of the score decks. The playfield exhibits some crazing and discoloration and the exterior cabinet shows wear but the backglass is in great condition. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000

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1069 - 1¢ CHAS. AHRENS SCIENTIFIC AUTOMATIC PALMISTRY FORTUNE TELLER. 29-1/2”L x 22”W x 60”T. An early electro-mechanical fortune teller manufactured by Chas. Ahrens in 1932. Patrons place their hand on the metal plate with pins gently reaching for the palm, studying each line. A fortune card is then distributed. The cabinet is wood with elegant cast aluminum hardware, displaying nice patina. Wear is visible, commensurate with age and moderate use. The interior has a tag reading, British Mfg. Co.. In complete and original but non-working condition. Includes keys and fortune cards are provided within the cabinet. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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LOT - 1070 1070 - 50¢ CROWN’S PERISCOPE ARCADE MACHINE. 26-1/2”L x 30”W x 71”T. An upright arcade gaming unit with the periscope as the control- aim at the moving targets and press the button on the grip of the periscope to torpedo the battleships. The player is given 60 seconds of play. If the score reaches to 30 or above, the reward is an additional game play. Manufactured by Crown. C. 1965-1970. The housing is visibly worn with surface scratches, minor paint loss throughout, a small crack in the glass on the timer display and small crack in the glass on the instructions display.The periscope has also oxidized at the grips. New lock with key has been added to the machine. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1071 - 5¢ SCIENTIFIC MACHINE CORP. PITCH’ EM & BAT ‘EM ARCADE MACHINE. 27”L x 62”W x 78”T. This is a one or two player game, created by Scientific Machine Corp. in 1948. The large wood cabinet is painted in an amber color with baseball decals stenciled throughout. The playfield is clean with seven 3-Dimensional players and five score pockets. If two patrons participate, one is pitching and the other is batting. The condition throughout is very nice with little wear and the game is in perfect working order. Fully restored to museum quality. With keys. (Excellent). 6,500 - 8,500 1072 - 25¢ PROPHETRON INC. ZOLTAN FORTUNE TELLER. 27”L x 25”W x 70”T. This Zoltan fortune teller was manufactured by Prophetron in 1967 until the early 1970’s and contains multi-colored astrological signs that border each side as well as in a vertical zodiac row. Entirety is of a gold finish, with the top sitting on a large Art Deco pedestal stand but there is visible paint loss in some areas. “Press button beneath birth sign and receive astrological fortune.” The globe lights up while an endless loop of fortunes are being told. The physical look of the Zoltan automaton and the interior appear intact. Moderate wear but in overall, nice condition. With new lock and key. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 36

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1073 - 1¢ JENTZSCH & MEERZ IMO HOCKEY ARCADE MACHINE. 23”L x 42”W x 35”T. This is Model A of the hockey inspired game, manufactured by Jentzch & Meers sometime in the 1930’s. The interior features 6 manikin players, the other two versions of this game only feature two manikin players. The housing is wood, displaying moderate exterior wear but interior is clean. The controls of this two player game is found on each side of the cabinet. A rare purely mechanical machine in working condition. (Good). 2,500 - 4,000

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1074 - 25¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE REEL CO. AROUND THE WORLD ARCADE MACHINE. 41”L x 33”W x 81”T. An early two player mechanical arcade machine, “Two People Play To Win!” There are two revolving wheels on the front, spinning the wheels of the bike, causing the globes to move in a circular motion. Originally 1 cent converted to 25 cents. Manufactured by the International Mutoscope Reel Co., in original condition. The housing is weathered, the interior’s paint is moderately flaking, a small piece of glass is missing from the top of the right side and the knob on the right wheel needs to be repaired. A great piece of history to add to any coin op collection. Few examples known. (Good). 10,000 - 20,000

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1075 - 25¢ ALL-TECH INDUSTRIES INDIAN SCOUT ARCADE MACHINE. 25”L x 55”W x 63”T. A thrilling horse kiddie ride with an attached gun game unit, manufactured by All-Tech Industries in 1961. For 25 cents, children ride the horse as they try to shoot the moving targets. The cast metal horse is airbrushed and in great condition, wearing a faux leather saddle and gear. The animated backbox and backglass display minor wear and peeling. The base is weathered. Overall, this is an exceptional machine and is in nice working and original condition. Definitely a great addition to any coin-op collection! Very nicely conserved example. Dimensions were acquired only from the base and animated backbox, not from the horse. Two keys are included. (Very Good - Excellent). 5,500 - 9,500

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1076 - COIN OPERATED S.E.B.I.E.M. CITY-RALLYE ARCADE MACHINE. 25-1/2”L x 52”W x 59-1/2”T. An rare electro-mechanical arcade machine, manufactured by S.E.B.I.E.M. with estimated date of production circa 1960s. The predecessor to Sega’s Stunt Car. A racing themed game, housed in a wood cabinet, painted in red and yellow. The front bumper of the tin Porsche serves as a flipper. The condition throughout is very nice with little to no wear. Two keys are included, the lock/door panel is underneath the playfield. A very simple game, in great working order. (Very Good - Excellent). 4,500 - 7,500

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1077 - 50¢ RICHMAN CORP. SET-SHOT BASKETBALL ARCADE GAME. 48”L x 27-1/2”W x 78”T. This is a two player game, created by Richman Corp. in 1952 and was sold by Mike Munves. Accepts two quarters as 50¢ only. There is a spinning disc within the center of the large multi-tone wooden cabinet, creating movement for the ping pong balls inside. Each player is given a set of levers, when a ball lands in one of the corresponding holes, plunge the ball into the opposing basket. Each scored is counted and read on the lighted scoreboard. Complete with marquee and clean interior but there is moderate exterior paint wear and some surface scratches. With new lock and key. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1078 - 10¢ THE CRUSADER HORSE KIDDIE AMUSEMENT RIDE. 22”L x 54”W x 57”T. A single rider kiddie ride, called The Crusader Horse, manufactured by Memphis Metal Co. Inc.. Featuring a white stallion with a large faux leather saddle. The horse is cast metal and the base is steel, painted in mint green but has lost some of its original decal. There is moderate paint wear and flaking throughout the horse with some splitting on the saddle. Includes keys. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1079 - 5¢ EINWURF/TREFF KEGELBAHN ARCADE MACHINE. 23-1/2”L x 56”W x 38-1/2”T. A rare German arcade game, very similar to the Evans Ten Strike, known as the Treff Kegelbahn (Bowling Club). Purely mechanical and composed of wood, complete with a figural bowler manikin and 9 pins. This machine operates on U.S. nickels. The interior is clean and has a glossy finish with polished nickel hardware. Nicely restored. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 3,500 - 7,000

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1080 - 10¢ UNITED BILLIARDS INC. THE ORIGINAL BIMBO 3 RING CIRCUS. 27”L x 24”W x 69-1/2”T. An arcade game featuring a clown marionette, manufactured by United Billiards Inc. in 1981. For 10¢, patrons have complete control of the puppets movements for up to 1 minute or until the song on the 8-track player finishes. The wood cabinet appears to carry the original “Bimbo” backglass and is in fine condition. The interior is finished with a Circus themed background and gold glittering side curtains. There are some stains to the housing with moderate wear throughout and the clown’s garments also show wear. Works well, marionette functions but the music does not play properly. With new lock and key. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 40

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LOT - 1081 1081 - 5¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE SKY FIGHTER ARCADE MACHINE. 23-1/2”L x 38”W x 94”T. International Mutoscope manufactured this WWII themed game in 1940. The tall cabinet is constructed of wood and shows an older restoration, complete with the original instructions paper 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. There is wear throughout, paint loss and discoloration. Backglass remains intact and the machine is good working condition. Two keys are included. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1082 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. THE QUARTOSCOPE ARCADE VIEWER. 21-1/4”L x 20”W x 64”T. This arcade viewer, also known as the Quartoscope, was produced by the Mills Novelty Company in 1897 to 1930. The restored cabinet displays aged copper castings and Art Deco themed decals throughout showing details of red and yellow in them. The paper marquee is new and reads “Four Sets of 12 Views to the Set.” Incredible throughout with little to no wear. In working condition. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000


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1083 - JAMESON NIGHTENDER COIN OP VENDING MACHINE. 17 -1/2” x 17” x 26 -3/4”. Made in the early 1970’s. Vending machine comes with its original keys. Case has light wear and there are a few rubs to the Jameson decal on the front. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 1084 - RESTORED 25¢ HOT POPCORN VENDING MACHINE. 23”L x 15-1/2”W x 59”T. A 1950’s popcorn vending machine, having undergone some older restoration. Its cast metal construction has been painted green, with graphics of popcorn throughout. The painted inscriptions read, “Hot” - “Fresh and Buttered.” There are three pictures of popcorn taped on the glass windows from the inside. Wear throughout with some traces of oxidation, visible along the bottom. Great display unit. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 LOT - 1084

1085 - THE “NUT SALESMAN” NUT VENDING MACHINE. 34 -1/2” x 12 -1/4” x 21 -1/2”. This machine has a wonderful primitive look. It retains its original reverse glass sign in the front as well as the brass makers mark tag. The bottom sign lights up when plugged in; the warmer unit is untested. There is some scattered wear and soiling but this machine displays great. (Excellent). 1,800 - 3,000 1086 - 1950’S TOM’S PEANUTS METAL DISPLAY RACK. 20” x 21” x 34”. This is a great looking display which appears to have never been used. The tin sign on the front is embossed and in near mint condition. There are two original jars included. The honor system coin box has been restored. (Excellent). 750 - 1,250 1087 - 1¢ EVER READY LUNCH COUNTER SANDWICH VENDING MACHINE. 23” x 10” x 25 -1/4”. This 1930’s vending machine is a hard to find item. It displays well and is in excellent condition with very light wear. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 1088 - 5, 10¢ TROPICAL TRADING CO. CHALLENGER HOT NUT VENDING MACHINE. 18 -1/2” x 15” x 51 -1/2”. This polished aluminum machine has been restored and displays well with only minor wear. There is decal loss on the first jar. Machine has a No. 25 Ajax Cups side cup dispenser and is mounted on a stand. Circa 1947. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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1089 - SONGBIRD ‘57 THUNDERBIRD JUKEBOX. 33”L x 69”W x 51-1/2”T. This rare jukebox has a pink 1957 Ford Thunderbird style fiberglass body with a white top that fits flush against a wall. It currently has 6 of the 80 slots for 45 rpm vinyl records full and the same number of the label slots on either side of the mechanism and thus offers up to 160 selections. It uses a German mechanism, Model ES-2 NSM to select the records. There are lights behind the chrome trimmed tail lights and a standard size license plate holder. There is a sealed manila envelope attached to the inside with the tubular wrench the factory supplied. Two keys are in their factory location, screwed to the rail on the back of the unit. Serial No. 2031. When this particular Songbird Jukebox was manufactured in December 1988, by Carson City Parlour of Shakopee, Minnesota, it was made without a coin mechanism and is being consigned by the original owner. He had it on display in his retail store, not being used, for 10 years and then in climate controlled storage for the last 20 years! These are becoming more and more scarce as international collectors have become attracted and you simply will not find another unused example. (Excellent). 5,000 - 10,000 1090 - WURLITZER MODEL 42 “VICTORY” PHONOGRAPH JUKEBOX. 65 -1/2” x 36” x 23 -1/2” . This Victory jukebox features a rotary selector off to one side with two other variations available at the time, one with a central rotary and another with a keyboard style selector. A gorgeous cabinet with carved wood details, burl veneer, and glass panels showing musical instruments, a male figure, and a female figure. Manufactured during WWII as a cabinet to replace non light-up jukeboxes from the 1930s. Offering 16 selections on 78 RPM records. Designed to be a multi-coin jukebox accepting nickels, dimes, and quarters, the coin entries and coin return slots are not operable. Circa 1942-1945. Without keys. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 LOT - 1090 42

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1091 - RARE ‘57 CHEVY SOFA JUKEBOX “THE ULTIMATE JUKEBOX”. 54”L x 72”W x 42”T. Carson City Parlour Manufacturing of Minnesota created this remarkable jukebox in 1989. The body is the rear end of a genuine 1957 Chevy Bel Air with a finely upholstered sofa seat replacing the front of the trunk and a jukebox mechanism that plays 45 rpm vinyl records above. The whole unit is designed to rest flush up against a wall. The consignor bought this unit new from the manufacturer and had it on display in his retail store for 10 years, then in climate controlled storage for the next 20 years. As such, it was never in the hands of an end-user and remains as close as you can get to “new from the factory”. The consignor believes less than 50 of these were ever produced as the supply of ‘57 Chevrolet parts became increasingly scarce. The jukebox mechanism is an ES2-NSM Songbird, of German manufacture. This unit also has lights and a siren for “attention grabbing mode” and can be played by coin-operation or for free. A remarkable piece in unheard of condition, a jukebox like this is unlikely to be produced again. (Excellent). 10,000 - 20,000

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1092 - 5¢, 10¢, 25¢ WURLITZER MODEL 700 PHONOGRAPH JUKEBOX. 33”L x 26-1/2”W x 56”T. A pre-war jukebox manufactured by Wurlizter in 1940, Model 700 with the serial no. 442787. The front displays a gold glittered backing behind a chrome grill with red and green decoration. The sides are yellow and red plastic, affixed to a wood veneer cabinet. The interior has a green glittered background and contains 24 records for song selection. In very nice condition with minimal surface wear. No keys included. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500 1093 - 5¢, 10¢, 25¢ WURLITZER MODEL 1100 PHONOGRAPH JUKEBOX. 26”L x 30-1/4”W x 57-1/2”T. Offered is the Model 1100 jukebox produced by Wurlitzer in 1948, departing from its Art Deco decoration. The top is pointed, allowing a larger glass front to view the interior. The sides light up and are covered by plastic with a lower chrome grill center, displaying some dents on the aluminum front. Complete with a 24 song selection and contains some 78-RPM records. Minor surface wear throughout. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1094 - MULTI-COIN WURLITZER MODEL 2504 PHONOGRAPH JUKEBOX. 52”T x 28”D x 35”W. This jukebox offers 104 selections from as many as 52, 45 rpm records. Currently loaded with an assortment of records but not entirely filled. Featuring a curved glass top and triangular push buttons. Very stylish! Showing damage to the “Hi-Fidelity Music” plastic on the interior. Currently on free-play in working condition. Does not include keys and locks have been drilled out. Circa 1961. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500 LOT - 1094

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LOT - 1098 1095 - CAROUSEL HIPPOPOTAMUS. 57”L x 24”W x 41”T. This original condition fiberglass hippo was mounted to the carousel from the bottom of two feet. Its expression is both eyes open / mouth closed around a flower. The metal handhold / footrest is heavily oxidized. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1096 - CAROUSEL BEAR. 50”L x 26”W x 36”T. This fiberglass carousel animal mounts from the feet and has been painted with mottled tan and white paint and a studded yellow collar. The bear has a U-shaped, oxidized steel hand hold / foot rest. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1097 - CAROUSEL GIRAFFE. 46”L x 20”W x 56”T. This carousel animal has a U-shaped hand hold / footrest that has extensive paint loss and oxidation. In original condition with paint loss throughout. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1098 - CAROUSEL ELEPHANT. 48”L x 26”W x 45”T. This fiberglass carousel animal has mounts in the feet, webbing reins at the front of the saddle, and oxidized iron hand hold / foot rests. Areas of paint loss throughout. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 1099 1099 - CAROUSEL CAR. 72”L x 35”W x 24”T. This carousel vehicle is in original condition and is mainly constructed from wood, fiberglass, steel, and aluminum. The wheels turn but are locked in to a slight left turn. The young rider can hold on to a chain link steering wheel. (Good). 3,000 - 5,000 1100 - CAROUSEL HORSE WITH POLE & BASE. 44”L x 10”W x 72”T. This carousel horse appears to be restored, freshly colored in black with details of red and blue, perfectly matching the tones of the base. The horse is in a full galloping position, mounted on a brass pole. The cast iron base beautifully displays a floral motif, showing red roses and white trim. The base is 24-1/2” in diameter. There is surface wear with some scratches throughout. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1101 - WOODEN CAROUSEL HORSE WITH STAND. 50”L x 12”W x 55-1/2”T. Manufactured by Herschell-Spillman, a company founded in 1901. This restored carousel horse highlights a brown matte finish, accentuated with a tan saddle and matching bridle on top of a green saddle blanket. The horse is situated in a galloping stance with its mouth agape. Offered with a spiraling brass pole, wooden base and a photo album containing pictures of the horse’s original appearance. Base 39-1/2”L x 14-1/2”W. (Very Good). 2,000 - 5,000

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1102 - CAROUSEL HOT ROD FIRE ENGINE 80”L x 38”W x 53”T. This fiberglass carousel vehicle is in original condition, with chipping paint and oxidation it is still a cool ride for up to four young ones. There is a wood ladder that has been repaired into Fair condition. Some rear railings are missing. Deep tread on the rubber tires looks great as the wheels roll permanently a few degrees to the left. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1103 - CAROUSEL ELEPHANT. 48”L x 26”W x 45”T. This happy fellow mounts to the carousel platform through two of his feet. His trunk is in the classic good luck, raised position. Being in original condition, the U-shaped hand hold and footrest is heavily oxidized and areas of paint loss. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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SEE WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS LOT - 1105 1104 - CAROUSEL REINDEER. 48”L x 20”W x 50”T. This carousel animal mounts to a platform by way of bolts through its back hooves and the oxidized, U-shaped steel hand holds. There are also webbing “reins” at the front of the saddle. Original condition with paint loss and cracking. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1105 - CAROUSEL OSTRICH. 54”L x 27”W x 60”T. This tall carousel ride has large, charming eyes and a heavily oxidized footrest / mounting frame. The seat forms as a basin within the torso of the ostrich, colored in black. The legs and beak are orange, the rest in a light pink hue. There is moderate paint loss throughout. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1106 - 5¢ PAUL BUNYON’S MUSICAL STUMP MUSIC BOX. 27”L x 37”W x 56”T. This one of a kind mechanical music machine was custom made in the 1950’s for the Paul Bunyon Center in Brainerd, Minnesota. The sheet metal cabinet has been formed and painted to mimic a tree stump. This ingenious machine incorporates an old cob organ that has been motorized and resets after it plays each tune. It is on a rolling base and has benefited from an extensive restoration. Many extra musical cobbs are included within the cabinet. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1107 - 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). 10,000 - 15,000

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1108 - 5¢ J.P. SEEBURG PIANO CO. STYLE H ORCHESTRION. 75” x 35” x 87 - 1/2”. Labelled J.P. Seeburg Electric Upright Grand just above the piano keys, this large coin-operated music machine is more than just a piano, with instruments including pipes, a cymbal, snare and bass drums, xylophone, castanets, triangle, and more housed within. A stunning and sizeable orchestrion with a rich quartersawn oak cabinet with two carved figures on each side of the art glass doors. A spectacular example of the highly collectable Seeburg, restored by Warren Dale as indicated by an interior plaque. Showing a very nice finish to the wood with only very minor wear. Circa 1920s. Previously owned by Jasper Sanfilippo. Includes ten music rolls, a stool measuring 16” wide by 19-3/4” tall, and three keys. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Excellent). 50,000 - 100,000 50

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1109 - REGINA STYLE 50 MUSIC BOX WITH DISCS. 22” L x 19” W x 12” T. The Style 50 with the serial no. 5002514 was manufactured by the Regina Music Box Company in the early 1900’s. Housed in a wood cabinet, complete with dual combs, a short bed plate, “Fast/Slow” switch and plays 15-1/2” discs. This style is known for its serpentine exterior curvature while displaying similarities to the popular Style 11 music box. Moderate surface wear throughout, includes 18 discs. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1110 - 5¢ J.P. SEEBURG KT SPECIAL REPLICA ORCHESTRION PIANO PLAYER. 49”L x 25”W x 66”T. An automatic orchestrion produced by J.P. Seeburg, accomplished by the Automatic Music Rolls Co. in the early years of the 20th Century. Only playing “G” type rolls. The cabinet has a light oak finish with gold painted hardware and a stained glass front, beautifully painted. Instruments include the tambourine, triangle, drums, xylophone, etc. Complete with a soft/loud switch and an off/off switch for the tambourine and drums. Keys and 7 rolls are provided, each playing up to 10 tunes. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Excellent). 5,000 - 15,000 LOT - 1109

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1111 - 5¢ CONTINENTAL BARREL ORGAN FLOOR MODEL MUSIC MACHINE. 25”L x 38-1/2”W x 89”T. A German made barrel organ housed in an upright wood cabinet with a painted scene showing a house among lush greenery. C. 1880’s. Interior shows a cymbol, triangle, drum, and a roller organ piano. Also contained inside is a light to better display the glass. The painted scene does show some repainting and minor loss. Includes keys and an extra barrel roll, in excellent condition. (Very Good). 1,000 - 4,000 1112 - REGINA MUSIC BOX AND TUNE SHEETS. 20”L x 22”W x 13”T. This popular Style 50 music box’s Serial No. 75492 indicates that it was manufactured c. 1900. The Style 50 is a table model with a serpentine mahogany case and plays 15-1/2” tune sheet discs, 11 of which are included. The interior of the lid reveals a beautiful Regina lithograph behind glass and framed in a beaded applique. Minor wear and scratches but still sounds great. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1113 - LOT OF 77: ASSORTED ANTIQUE MUSIC BOX DISCS. Largest 8-3/4” Dia. Lot consists of 77 assorted music box discs, some of similar size and wear. The type or style of music box the discs play on is not specified. Largest 8-3/4” in diameter. Smallest 4-1/2” in diameter. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600 1114 - EDISON DISC PHONOGRAPH MODEL C-250. 22”L x 22”W x 51”T. The Model C-250 produced by the Thomas A. Edison Company is also known as the Diamond Disc Phonograph. Instead of using a traditional needle in the tone arm, it was replaced by a diamond bit, requiring special discs of a thicker size. The phonograph is housed in a rich mahogany cabinet with gold plated components, a decorative speaker and a lower cabinet for storing records. C. 1915. Serial no. 41404. There are some surface scratches on cabinet but there is minimal wear throughout. (Good). 400 - 800

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1115 - VICTOR VV-XVI VICTROLA PHONOGRAPH. 25”L x 24”W x 49”T. Serial No. 34639 C indicates that the Victor Talking Machine Co. of Camden, New Jersey manufactured this phonograph circa 1910. It was the original internal horn phonograph. The mahogany cabinet has four front doors; the upper doors open to reveal the internal horn from the original reproducer and the lower doors reveal internal storage areas. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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1116 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. CASTLE FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 15” W x 26” T. A 1930’s slot machine manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. and kept in original condition. Manufactured between 1933 and 1936. The name is derived from its design on the aluminum front casting, featuring an embossed castle next to the jackpot reserves. There is visible paint loss throughout with some wear on the oak cabinet, the mechanism is clean. A nice unrestored example retaining the original reel strips, award card with some damage, cash box, and back door. In working condition. Key included. (Good). 1,200 - 1,700

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1117 - **25¢ MILLS HIGH TOP FIGURAL COWBOY SLOT MACHINE. 24”L x 24”W x 76”T. Figural carved stand manufactured in the 1980s or 1990s, housing a Mills High Top slot machine that was manufactured in the late 1940’s. The front aluminum casting is painted blue with nickel-plated components. The figural body resembles a cowboy, panhandling for gold and appears to be successful, having gold nuggets in his hand and a wide grin on his face. There is surface wear with indications of scratches to the paint throughout. Reel strips, award card, and mechanism are replacements. The back of the slot machine is tagged with a sticker that reads “RC Vintage”. This machine plays well. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1118 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. QT CHEVRON SLOT MACHINE. 12 - 1/2”L x 13 - 1/2”W x 18 - 1/2”T. Miniature bell machine with bent coin rejector and dual front jackpot. Also referred to as Hash Marks, V, Diamond, and Triangle. Nicely restored with a black cabinet and red front casting, showing little to no wear. Includes keys. Circa 1938. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500 1119 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS CHIEF SLOT MACHINE. 15” L x 15” W x 28” T. In the 1930’s, O.D. Jennings introduced the Chief line to the industry. This particular slot machine is one of many variations and has been nicely restored. It features the “Hunting” scene on the aluminum front casting, a single jackpot reserve and an Art Deco style top. There is light wear throughout which can mostly be seen on the glass in front of the three reels. Reel strips are replacements and the machine retains the original csh box. Mechanism has been painted gray. One key included. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 1121 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS DIXIE BELL CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 17”L x 20”W x 51-1/2”T. Restored floor model slot machine, manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1937 with an Art Deco motif. The exterior cabinet has been refinished, complete with a polished nickel-plated jackpot housing. The interior of the castings and bonnet have also been refinished. Retaining the original reel strips, award card, and locking cash box. Showing little surface wear throughout. In working condition, this machine also plays and pays correctly. Includes keys. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,500

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1122 - **25¢ WATLING ROL-A-TOP TWIN JACK POT SLOT MACHINE. 16-1/2”L x 15”W x 27”T. This restored Rol-A-Top slot machine exudes beauty with its nickel-plated aluminum features such as the large cornucopia with an out pour of coins. The front casting is brightly colored in yellow with details of red, highlighting the twin jackpot reserve at the center. Housed in a correct plywood cabinet with original paper reel strips and back door with a replacement lock. Cash box is also a replacement. Manufactured by Watling Mfg. Co. in 1935. There are only small instances of wear throughout. Keys included. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 1123 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. FUTURITY SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 15” W x 27” T. A restored slot machine with a cast aluminum front, nicely painted in bright orange with nickel-plating. It has a wooden cabinet with a black wooden base, lightly displaying wear throughout. Complete with working Futurity mechanism, counting every loss until 10 is reached and returning the player’s money. A very innovative mechanism for its time to keep the patrons excited. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. from 1936 to 1937 and functioning properly. Reel strips, award card, and cash box are replacements while the back door and lock are original. Includes one key. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000

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1124 - **5¢ MONARCH COIN MACHINE CO. MONARCH BROWNIE TRADE STIMULATOR. 11-3/4”L x 9-1/4” x 15-1/2”T. An exceptional and beautiful early drop card trade stimulator from 1897. This machine features five drop card reels of miniature playing cards housed in an ornately decorated cast metal cabinet. For a nickel the player can press the lever to make the cards flip. The upper marquee lists payout for winning hands in free drinks. The surface of the machine is polished but traces of oxidation can be seen throughout. This machine has had a later replating. There is a curved crack in the glass of the marquee and also a small crack in the lower coin window. The original cards show some wear and damage. Some of the cards have been taped. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1125 - **ANTIQUE H.C. EVANS FLOOR MODEL HORSE RACE GAMBLING WHEEL. 87-1/2”T x 59”W x 25”D. This full size gaming wheel features images of 9 horses and an odds changer at the top. The wheel itself spins on a wood pole with a heavy cast iron base. Showing some paint loss, scuffs, repainting and other age related wear. Circa 1930s, manufactured by H.C. Evans & Co. Chicago, Illinois. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1126 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. DEWEY UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 21”L x 28-1/2”W x 66”T. Housed in a lovely floor model oak cabinet that has taken on a honey tone finish, with ornate appliques and an array of decorative iron castings that are finished in both yellow and red brass. The coin head allows up to 6 nickels to be played per spin. The original tin lithograph pie wheel shows some craquelure and minor scratches but retains very good color throughout. It has a replacement or restored front glass around Admiral Dewey. An older restoration with some molding separation on the side panels, a plywood back door, and all iron castings. Pays and plays correctly. Circa 1900. Does not include keys. (Good - Very Good). 7,000 - 12,000

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LOT - 1128 1128 - **5¢, 25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. DOUBLE DEWEY MUSICAL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 20”L x 50-3/4”W x 68”T. The Mills Novelty Company spared no expense in the design and execution of this model. An exceptional double upright slot machine with a lower musical unit, produced by Mills Novelty Co. in 1899. The center of the machine boasts a music box behind glass, playing a short tune with each spin. The oak cabinet highlights include recessed panels, carved appliques and fluted columns, with a polished finish. Showing a split in the right side panel. Features include cast iron claw legs, reliefs of Admiral Dewey and Mozart, two cast iron 6-way coin heads, accepting nickels and quarters. The left side accepts up to six nickels at a time, and features a replacement reverse on glass of Admiral Dewey and reticulated silver leaf. The lithograph on tin playing wheel is immaculate but is not original to this machine. The right, “Two Bits”, side accepts up to six quarters at a time, and features a replacement reverse on glass that reads “Mills Dewey” with stunning reticulated silver leaf. The lithograph on tin playing wheel is original with very minor paint loss, color variation, and spotting. 5¢ coin head front casting is a nickel plated replacement. Award casting, top signs, “Dewey”, back doors and locks are also replacements. Casters on legs and music on/off handle are missing. In working condition, the machine plays and pays correctly with working music. The craftsmanship of this slot machine only goes to show why Mills Novelty Co. successes reigned decade after decade. Keys are included. (Excellent). 60,000 - 80,000

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1129 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. ON THE SQUARE UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 19-1/2”L x 27”W x 68-1/2”T. An early upright slot machine debuted by Mills Novelty Co. in 1910 with some older restoration. The oak cabinet displays a multitude of stunning features, the carved scrollwork throughout, the reliefs with a bronze finish paired with a matching 5-way coin head and is complete with an exceptional tin litho wheel. Includes the original door with a lock that would need to be re-keyed, the wheel stops correct with bell intact, plays well and pays. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 12,000 - 18,000

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1130 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. O.K. GUM VENDER FLOOR MODEL SLOT MACHINE. 14”D x 15-1/4”W x 57”T. Mills Novelty manufactured these floor model slot machine gum vendors around 1912. This model features a nicely restored oak cabinet with clear glass front that allows patrons to view the confections available to vend. The castings on the slot machine have been polished and re-plated with a bright copper finish. The gooseneck coin receiver is correctly nickel plated rather than finished in copper. Retaining the original tin reel strips with a replacement award card. In working condition, this machine plays and pays correctly with complete and working deferred pay and vendor mechanism. (Excellent). 5,000 - 10,000

1131 - **10¢ PACE ROYAL COMET TWIN JACKPOT CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 23”L x 17-1/2”W x 59”T. Exceptionally restored floor model machine, manufactured by Pace Mfg. Co. in 1937. The Art Deco motif is beautifully featured on the carved oak cabinet and front castings, which are correctly polished and detailed in light blue. Retaining the original reel strips, award card, cash box, and back door with the correct Duo lock. This machine plays well and pays correctly. Keys included. From the collection of William F. Harrah, sold by Victorian Casino Antiques in 2014. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000

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1132 - **50¢ O.D. JENNINGS SUN CHIEF CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 20” L x 16” W x 60” T. The Sun Chief slot machine console manufactured by O.D. Jennings from 1949 to 1955, housed in an original wood cabinet with a front aluminum casting. Complete with red light up plastics and a finial of a Native American Chief’s head at the center. In original condition with wear throughout and scratches to the housing. No keys are provided. (Good). 2,000 - 3,500 1133 - **1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. JUMBO SUCCESS NO. 5 TRADE STIMULATOR. 16-1/2”L x 16-1/2”W x 58-1/2”T. This cast iron trade stimulator, which sits atop a cast iron stand, was manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. from 1900 to 1902 but has since been restored. Complete with new paper award card, marqueem and five card reel strips. The reels stopping at a certain hand of poker wins the patron a certain amount of cigars. The stand has a glossy black coat, trimmed with a gold finish. There are regions of minor wear along the base. Nice working example. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,000 - 5,000 1134 - **1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. BEN FRANKLIN TRADE STIMULATOR. 10”L x 13”W x 21-1/2”T. A counter trade stimulator, manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1901 to 1902. The machine is encased in oak with ornate metal plating and a relief featuring the famous Ben Franklin. The five poker reel strips appear to be original to this machine, showing wear. Patrons receive 1 to 25 cigars as rewards if a certain hand of poker is met on the reels. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 1135 - **25¢ O.D. JENNINGS CLUB CHIEF SUPER DELUXE SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15”W x 28-1/2”T. Restored 1940’s slot machine, manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1946. Also referred to as the “Chinese Front”. Offering a polished nickel front, new award card and reel strips with a gray painted mechanism. Complete with a single jackpot reserve and colored light up plastics. In working order, the machine plays and pays correctly. Keys included. (Excellent). 1,700 - 2,500

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1136 - **5¢, 10¢ O.D. JENNINGS MONTE CARLO CHALLENGER CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 21-1/2” L x 17” W x 55” T. A fascinating floor model slot machine manufactured by O.D. Jennings from 1947 to 1955. Housed in a wooden cabinet with light exterior paint wear and moderate surface scratches. The backglass is in superb condition with little to no evidence of peeling. Complete with two jackpot reserves and nice nickel-plated castings. This is the less common Monte Carlo version. Three keys are provided. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1137 - **1¢ O.D. JENNINGS NEVADA CLUB “THE BONUS CLUB” CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 23” L x 18” W x 80” T. A floor model slot machine, manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1958 in a Nevada Club motif. The nickel plated front displays four red light up plastics, a single jackpot reserve and instead of the common brass Native American chief’s head finial at the center,

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it has been replaced with the Nevada Club mascot. The wood console housing is new and in fine condition with some surface wear along the base of the slot machine and front. Cabinet paper does not match the mechanism, stating this is a 25¢ Tic-Tac-Toe. Plays and pays correctly. Keys included. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1138 - **1¢ O.D. JENNINGS LITTLE DUKE SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2”L x 9-1/2”W x 25”T. Unlike many slot machines of its time, the Little Duke presented different features than most of the respective competition. It has a slightly smaller cabinet and instead of the traditional three reels, this slot machine has three concentric facing discs. This is the single jackpot model. The cast aluminum front has been restored with nickel plating and colors including orange, red, yellow and green. The mechanism has also been painted gray. With replacement cash box and back door paper. This machine plays and pays correctly. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings from 1931 to 1935. Keys included. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500

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1139 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. HIGH TOP BONUS SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15”W x 26-1/2”T. This High Top Bonus slot machine was manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1948 and has been superbly restored. Retaining the original back door and lock with a replacement award card and cash box. The cast aluminum front delivers a great look with its use of multiple colors. The mechanism has been painted gray. In working condition, this machine plays and pays correctly with a complete and working “BONUS” mechanism. Keys provided. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,500 LOT - 1138 LOT - 1139

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1140 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. ROMAN HEAD SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 14-1/2” W x 26” T. A restored slot machine with nickel-plated aluminum castings complementing the gold finished details and two toned blue colorways. The mechanism has been painted gray. Complete with replacement reel strips, award card, and cash box. Retaining the original back door with original lock and complete Gold Award mechanism. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1932. Plays and pays. One key is included. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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1141 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. SILENT SPHINX SLOT MACHINE. 15”L x 12”W x 23-1/2”T. Three reel slot machine manufactured by the Caille Bros. from 1931 to 1933. Restoration is apparent with the bright yellow and red painted finish on the polished nickel-plated aluminum front with new award card and reel strips. Additional features include two jackpot reserves, two payout cups and a detailed Egyptian design to the front casting. This originally had a pump mechanism and has been converted to a clock. Keys provided. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,500 1142 - **5¢ WATLING MFG CO. WONDER VENDOR SLOT MACHINE. 15-3/4”L x 14-3/4”W x 24-1/2”T. A beautiful slot machine with a restored cast aluminum front panel, displaying nickel-plated hardware and painted details of red, yellow and blue. Features include two mint vendor columns, twin jackpot reserves, fortune fruit reel strips and a gold painted eagle emblem. Manufactured by Watling in 1935. Plays and pays. The cash box and back door are replacements. The vendor linkage is complete and working. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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1143 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS SKY CHIEF SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2”L x 15-1/2”W x 28”T. This is a restored slot machine with a very simple design featuring an emblem of an airplane at the center of the aluminum front cast panel, also colored in red and blue. The slot machine appears to contain the original three reel strips. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1938. Provided with two keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1144 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. BURSTING CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. Three reel, escalator bell slot machine showing cherries at the base and namesake design at the center of the front casting with a crinkle texture paint throughout. Showing some cabinet wear with damage to the back of the coin head and replacement reel strips. In working order. Circa 1938. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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1145 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS DUCHESS STAR BRAND SLOT MACHINE. 14-1/2”D x 15”W x 20”T. Three reel slot machine with a central jackpot flanked by two mint vendor columns and replacement fortune reel strips. The front casting shows a nice finish with colorful accents of red, blue, and yellow. The back door is painted brown showing some paint loss and scuffs with a replacement lock. The side of the cabinet retains a Coleman Novelty Co. distributor’s label. In working order. Circa 1936. Includes three keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,200

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1146 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. BLACK CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 16” W x 26” T. This is a Mills Novelty Co. manufactured slot machine, produced in the 1940’s. The front aluminum casting is painted in silver with four embossed cherries and a matching bib award card. There is a single jackpot reserve and two payout cups. Restored with minimal wear is present. Retaining the original back door lock. Key included. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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LOT - 1147 1147 - ANTIQUE H.C. EVANS HORSE RACE GAMBLING WHEEL IN ORIGINAL CRATE. 63-1/4”Dia. x 10”W. This full size, floor model gaming wheel shows ten horses and a reverse glass center. Housed in an original wood shipping crate with the handwritten address of the “Santa Cruz Council #1215K” in St. Louis, MO. In original condition showing wear consistent with age including paint loss, scuffs, and discoloration. Circa 1930’s manufactured by H.C. Evans & Co. Chicago, Illinois. The wheel measures 60-1/2” in diameter. (Very Good). 2,000 - 5,000

1148 - ANTIQUE H.C. EVANS FLOOR MODEL JUMBO DICE WHEEL. 80”T x 58-1/2”W x 25”D. This full size gambling wheel would have been placed behind a table layout in a casino around the 1920’s and 1930’s. In nice original condition considering its age. Showing some wear throughout including paint loss or scuffs to the black and red painted wood and some loss from the reverse glass center. Nice patina to the metal elements. (Very Good). 1,000 - 4,000 1149 - DECORATIVE CAST IRON PEDESTAL STAND. 34-1/2”T. A visually appealing stand with a dark faux marble column, silver scroll design below the platform, and a black cast metal base with gold finished details. A Mike Gorski recreation of an early Caille Bros. stand most commonly seen supporting the Hygienic Lung Tester. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1152 - 1¢ DAVAL GUM VENDOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 8-1/2”L x 8-1/2”W x 12”T. A cast aluminum countertop trade stimulator featuring the original fortune reel strips and a “Your Fortune” award card. With a gumball vendor, visibly offered along the bottom of the machine. There is light colored detailing with some wear throughout the housing. Produced by Daval Manufacturing Co. in 1932 to 1933. Two keys are provided. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 LOT - 1150

1150 - MILLS NOVELTY CO. THE OWL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE CABINET. 20”L x 26-1/4”W x 58-1/2”T. Offered is the cabinet for The Owl upright slot machine that was manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1897. The housing includes the recessed panels, beautiful carved designs such as the owl at the center, the original hardware and cast metal legs. There is age related wear and it does not contain the interior mechanism or coin head. (Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1151 - 1¢ BUCKLEY PURITAN BABY VENDOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 9”L x 9”W x 10-3/4”T. This is a Buckley manufactured trade stimulator featuring a handsomely decorated cast aluminum cabinet with the front panel oddly repainted. Offering a side gumball vendor and is complete with the original contents such as the award card and fortune fruit reel strips. Normal wear is present with some soiling on the paper award card. C. 1932. Two keys included. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1153 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ PURITAN BABY TRADE STIMULATORS. Largest 9”L x 9”W x 10-1/2”T. Lot consists of two countertop cast aluminum 1¢ Puritan trade stimulators. 1- This 1¢ Puritan Baby Vendor is the first variation in the series, manufactured by Buckley in 1929. Composed of fortune reel strips with images such as a four leaf clover, a horse shoe and a black cat. Offering “Your Fortune Told Free” with the purchase of a ball gum. 9”L x 9”W x 10-1/2”T.; 1- 1¢ Puritan Baby Bell manufactured by Lion Mfg. Co. in 1931. Complete with an award card, also telling the patron’s fortune.; Each machine is nicely detailed in minimal color with some wear throughout and soiling on the award cards. 8”L x 9”W x 10-1/2”T.; Keys are provided for both of the machines. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1154 - 1¢ ROCK-OLA MFG. CO. HOLD AND DRAW TRADE STIMULATOR. 13”L x 9”W x 13”T. A countertop trade stimulator encased in an aluminum cabinet, adorned with an Art Deco style motif and colored in navy blue. It appears to have the original five reel strips and an award card, offering a points award system depending on the type of hand received. Manufactured by Rock-Ola Mfg. Co. in 1934. One key is included. (Good). 500 - 1,200

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1155 - 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. THE BELL BOY TRADE STIMULATOR. 13-1/2”L x 10-1/2”W x 20”T. The Bell Boy trade stimulator appears as a slot machine and is almost similar in size but does not payout. The marquee reads “One Cent buys you a Ball of Gum with Free Fortune.” It was manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1931. The incredible front aluminum cast panel is nicely detailed with two bell boys flanked on each side, noticeably colored in bright red. There is very little wear throughout. Three keys are included. (Excellent). 500 - 1,200 1156 - 1¢ CAILLE BROS. “NAKED CHICAGO STREET GIRLS!!!” AUTO MUTO PICTURE MACHINE. 20-1/2”L x 22”W x 76”T. Early arcade viewer, produced by the Caille Bros. and features “Naked Chicago Street Girls!!! Uncensored!!!” in 3D. There are some restorations made to the oak cabinet and the stunning metal castings in a copper flash finish. The marquee pictures two examples of what the reels will display. Despite the age of this machine, the overall condition is nice and shows very little wear. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000 LOT - 1155

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1157 - MANLEY INC. COCA-COLA POPCORN MACHINE. 37”L x 25”W x 72”T. Manley Inc. manufactured the Model 49 popcorn machine in the 1940’s with this particular machine advertising Coca-Cola, serial no. 1-563. Since popcorn machines were found on almost every street corner back in the day, Manley sought to use the same philosophy but in movie theaters. He created the first electric popcorn machine and gained success from there, making popcorn the snack of choice in movie theaters. Wear is commensurate with age, showing surface scratches, dents in the metal and noticeable cracks along the top. The consignor adds that this cart was also pulled out of the Whittier Theater in California after the 1987 earthquake, was then restored and sent to a San Francisco design showroom where it survived another earthquake in 1989. Overall, this is a great machine and an amazing piece of history! (Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1158 - RARE POLK “COCKTAIL WAITRESS” BUST. 18”L x 14”W x 20”T. A lovely exhibition of a hand carved wooden cocktail waitress, displaying exceptional artistry throughout with unmissable hand-painted details. She is depicting a bright smile whilst exuding 1930’s fashion with her rolled curls and hat pinned to its side. She apparently originated as a topper for a cigarette machine and is one of only a few prototypes carved by the known Frank Polk. There is moderate wear with some noticeable paint loss and splits on the wood. One split is most visible on the side of the bust’s face and on the back side. (Good). 3,000 - 6,000 1159 - CAROUSEL ROUNDING BOARD. 111”L x 42”T. A wooden carousel rounding board or crest, usually found bordering the top of a merrygo-round. Its highly detailed construction features carved floral decoration, beautiful trimming and two cherubs on each side. Pleasantly colored in red and green with a very light blue base color but there are multiple areas of paint loss throughout. Paired with different colored light bulbs at the center of each flower. One light bulb is missing, as well as a piece of the right cherub’s arm. (Fair - Good). 2,000 - 4,000 LOT - 1158

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1160 - O.Y. BARTHOLOMEW HOT ROASTED PEANUTS CART. 44”L x 26”W x 71”T. Early hot roasted peanut cart, manufactured by O.Y. Bartholomew in 1890 to 1905 and could possibly be an older restoration. The cast metal cart is painted in black and red with gold trim and lettering. The peanut container is with an oak frame with glass side panels and has an opening from the top. Complete with metal wagon wheels. Embossed is the number 100 on the lid of the roaster. There is moderate wear throughout with scratches to the paint and indications of age. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1161 - 5¢ SNACK COLUMN VENDING MACHINE. 37 -1/4” x 8 -3/4” x 1”. This machine has great color and very light wear. Designed to be mounted on a wall. (Excellent). 400 - 700 1162 - 25¢ ALLIED LEISURE INDUSTRIES GALAXY RAIDERS ARCADE MACHINE. 39-1/2”L x 43”W x 74”T. This two player arcade machine is not very known in the arcade gaming industry but it is safe to say it was manufactured sometime between 1969 and 1980 by Allied Leisure Industries before changing its name to Centuri. Complete with twin gun mounts on the space themed cabinet and a colorful backglass depicting alien ships attacking a city. There is wear throughout but has a nice overall condition. New lock with key added. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1163 - 10¢ GENCO’S BIG TOP RIFLE GALLERY ARCADE MACHINE. 32”L x 51”W x 74”T. In 1954, Genco created this standard upright rifle game that was made to fit through any door. The cabinet is made of wood, decorated with a circus motif and features clowns stenciled on each side. The targets move in a continuous motion while the game is in play- ducks, candle sticks and a swinging clown. For ten cents, the player is given 25 shots. 900 points = a perfect score. This machine is in good working order and plays well. 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). 2,000 - 4,000 1165 - 10¢ BALLY MFG. CO. SPOOK GUN ARCADE SHOOTER. 20”L x 38”W x 60”T. This is a one player arcade shooting gallery game, manufactured by Bally Mfg. Co. in 1958. 10¢ gives the patron 10 shots. “Hit All Targets To Get Extra Shots.” There is a ghostly figure stenciled on each side of the cabinet. The housing has moderate wear, there is some peeling on the backglass and the grip on the gun needs repair. The machine turns on and is sold as is. (Good). 2,500 - 5,000

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LOT - 1167 LOT - 1166 1166 - 25¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. NOVELTY MERCHANTMAN CRANE MACHINE. 25”L x 21-1/2”W x 72”T. This crane machine or digger has a tall oak cabinet with Art Deco styled center panels and legs, lined with black highlights in cast metal. It has two glass side panels and one front glass panel, with the inner crane mechanism in perfect view. Manufactured by Exhibit Supply Co. in 1934. Overall, the condition is nice but there are surface scratches throughout the housing and glass. The interior does not contain any prizes but is clean and the paper instructions are slightly bent along the edge. 4 keys included. (Good - Very Good). 2,500 - 4,500 1167 - RECREATION 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. TIGER PULL STRENGTH TESTER ARCADE MACHINE. 31” x 19” x 65 - 1/2”. This cast iron and wood tug-of-war style strength tester is a John Papa recreation of a machine originally manufactured by Exhibit Supply Co. in 1928. Remaining true to the design of the originals with the exception of the claw footed legs, which were added for a more elegant look. Players deposit their penny near the top of the tiger’s head and pull the tail to measure their strength. The dial measures the amount of strength used, and if pulled hard enough, the tiger will roar. The tiger is made of cast iron, painted in orange and black with a braided rope attached at the base to serve as his tail. To obtain the maximum strength score, patron can place their foot on the platform. In excellent working condition. This is one of only 12 made, marked with serial number 3. Includes keys and a copy of Michael Papa’s book “No Tampering! A Guide To Papa’s Re-creations.” (Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000

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1168 - H.C. EVANS PORTABLE CANDY RACE CARNIVAL GAME. 70”L x 70”W x 25”T. Octagon shaped racing wheel, large in size and fitted with 12 horses, though it was made available for 16, 20, 24 and 30 horses and riders. Produced by H.C. Evans in the mid 1940’s. Constructed of wood with age related wear throughout and some paint loss. Includes velvet cover and the original ad with price sheet. In original and working condition. Retaining the original stand, graphics, and horses with an odds wheel. (Good). 6,500 - 13,000 1169 - 25¢ UNITED MFG. CO. SKY RAIDER ARCADE GAME. 26”L x 28-1/2”W x 62”T. A single player arcade machine with two firing cannons, manufactured by United Mfg. Co. in 1958. 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 guns recoil, accompanied by real gunfire sounds. The cabinet is made of wood, clean but shows some areas of paint wear. This machine operates and plays well. Keys included. (Good - Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1170 - 50¢ CHICAGO COIN TEXAS RANGER GATLING GUN. 24-1/2” L x 43”W x 72”T. The Texas Ranger Gatling Gun of Chicago Coin was created in likeness to the Sky Gunner by Genco but given a different style of cabinet. Only accepts two quarters as 50¢. It has a large machine gun mount, partnered with a bright lighted backglass. Depending on the amount of hits scored at the center, the player is rated from a “Scout” to a “Ranger”. It has a Western theme but the housing appears to have moderate wear. C. 1963. With new lock and key. (Good). 3,000 - 8,000

1171 - 1¢ CHESTER-POLLARD AMUSEMENT INC. PLAY GOLF JR. ARCADE MACHINE. 30”L x 16-1/2”W x 51”T. This is a tabletop mechanical arcade game with a golf theme, made for a single player. One penny provides 9 rounds of golf with rules similar to the actual sport. The instructions read, “As in real Golf, hit ball hard to ‘Drive’ opening. When closed, ‘Putt’ ball gently to bottom opening to score one ‘HOLE.’” A nicely conserved original example with a reproduction stand, retaining the original dials, ball, and marquee, which are usually missing. The cabinet is wood with polished metal plating and the original cashbox door remains on the side. Traces of oxidation are visible on the marquee, the interior appears slightly aged, and the exterior cabinet shows minimal wear. Manufactured by Chester-Pollard Amusement Inc., circa 1927. Includes keys. (Very Good). 6,000 - 9,000

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1172 - 25¢ “RIDE THE TWIRLY BIRD” KIDDIE AMUSEMENT RIDE. 68”L x 30”W x 78”T. The Twrily Bird kiddie ride was manufactured by All-Tech Industries in the 1960’s. This model is an older restoration, colored in blue with red details and white dashboard decals. It reads “Ride The Twirly Bird” on the front and “KR99” on each side of the tail end. Wear is normal and there are areas of color loss but all together, this is a great amusement ride! (Good). 4,000 - 8,000 1173 - 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 and a copy of Michael Papa’s book “No Tampering! - A Guide To Papa’s Re-creations.” (Very Good - Excellent). 6,000 - 10,000

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1174 - 5¢ C.D. FAIRCHILD JUNIOR BASKETBALL ARCADE MACHINE. 33-1/2”T x 18”W x 68”T. A restored arcade game, manufactured in 1930 by C.D. Fairchild with the cast iron trigger handles produced by PEO Mfg.. The cabinet is new with polished hardware and freshly painted details, such as the figural players and background. Finished with a clean interior. Players are given 7 steel balls, using the trigger handle to shoot the balls into one or all 7 of the horizontal baskets. The shots must be made in numerical order for the score to count. In working condition and restored to museum quality. Three keys included. (Excellent). 9,000 - 12,000

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1175 - 10¢ MIDWAY’S SHOOTING GALLERY ARCADE GAME. 25”L x 69”W x 69-3/4”T. The cabinet of this arcade machine is constructed of wood, adorned in retro decor, painted orange, grey and black. The interior boasts a wildlife theme with targets such as owls, ducks and bears. The player is given 20 shots for 10¢ but player is given an additional play if 500 points is reached. Manufactured by Midway, circa 1960. 4 keys are included. There is minimal wear throughout but the backglass is moderately peeling. Overall, this machine is in perfect working order. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Excellent). 6,000 - 9,000

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1176 - COIN OPERATED LOS BOXEADORES MANIKIN BOXING ARCADE GAME. 86”L x 33”W x 40”T. A large mechanical gaming unit, resembling a boxing ring with four rope sides and a canvas center. Featuring two cast aluminum boxers with a polished finish. Requiring two players, one boxer is wearing red shorts and the other is wearing yellow. Two handles extend from each side of the cabinet, maneuvering the position of the boxer and his arms. Score a knockout by hitting the opponent in the chin, raising the head vertically then the boxer will fall. Includes key. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 7,000 - 15,000

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1177 - 10¢ CAPITOL PROJECTOR CORP. AUDITION BOOTH. 28-1/2”L x 30”W x 60-1/2”T. A fun arcade machine known as the Audition Booth, allowing patrons to “Sing a Song” - “Make a Speech” or “Tell a Joke”. Manufactured by Capitol Projector Corp., the same company that created the Auto Test arcade racing game and the 3D Movies arcade viewer. For 10¢, when the red light appears, sing or speak in front of the mic and record any sound for up to 60 seconds. The housing is made of wood, painted in green with a red front door and is complete with plastic front and side panels. Overall, this is a very cool machine! There is moderate paint loss, crazing throughout, scratches on the panels and wear commensurate with age. (Good). 8,000 - 15,000

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1178 - 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 five cents, players are given 10 pitches and four 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 backglass 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. Includes five keys. (Good - Very Good). 40,000 - 50,000

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LOT - 1179 1179 - 50¢ CALIBRE AUTO RECORDING BOOTH. 60”L x 29”W x 77”T. A fantastic piece of amusement and recording history! This machine is essentially a coin-operated recording studio, offering a unique 45 RPM record with the patron’s voice and/or music for just two quarters. Like a photo booth, people of all ages used the recording booth individually or with as many of their friends and family as they could fit inside. In approximately four minutes, a record was cut and dispensed from a slit inside. This example retains all of the original decals and lighted, double-sided top sign. The front viewing window shows bluebirds carrying red records into the sun which, in this instance, is a large Calibre Auto Recording record. Showing some wear appropriate for age and use. Produced in the 1960s with some in use in the concourses of railway stations, arcades, boardwalks, and the like until the 1970s. (Very Good). 80,000 - 100,000

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LOT - 1180 1180 - 25¢ SEGA JUMBO ARCADE MACHINE. 35”L x 35”W x 69-1/2”T. A miniature circus contained in a glass dome, sitting atop a large square box stenciled with elephants throughout. The objective is to get the elephant to throw the ball into the mobile trapeze thus falling into one of the holes along the circumference of the dome. There are two controls- the left lever controls the side to side movement of the elephant while the right lever controls the vertical movements of the trunk that sucks up the ball. The player must throw the ball when the clown’s light is lit. Winner may receive a prize. Complete with metal ticket dispensing machine. Manufactured by SEGA. C. 1970. Moderate wear is present throughout with some rusting on the metal attachment. With new lock and key. (Good - Very Good). 20,000 - 30,000

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1181 - 1¢ ATLAS INDICATOR WORKS BASEBALL ARCADE MACHINE. 29”L x 47”W x 72”T. An alluring baseball themed arcade machine, a John Papa recreation of a game originally manufactured by Atlas Indicator Works in 1930. A pitch ‘n bat style game with cast metal figurine players and bright green “hits” or “outs” slots. The exterior cabinet is wood with a rich dark finish and the interior is clean. The metal plating and trigger show minimal wear but the machine is in good working order. Additional parts are included and kept within the cabinet such as the cashbox and marquee. Includes keys. (Very Good). 9,000 - 12,000

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1182 - SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRADING CO. HORSE RACE CARNIVAL GAME. 50”L x 50”W x 40”T. Rare nine sided English arcade machine with a horse race theme, consisting of eight figural horses and skill stops, one for each player. It is composed of wood with cast metal hardware, the horses are also metal. There is age related wear throughout with some discoloration. Includes the original shipping cover, 51” x 51”W x 10”T. Circa 1930s. (Good). 8,000 - 12,000 1183 - 1¢ PUSS IN BOOTS ARCADE AMUSEMENT MACHINE. 18-1/2”L x 19”W x 76-1/2”T. An excellent reproduction of the famed Puss In Boots fortune teller, originally manufactured by The Roover Brothers Co. from 1897 to 1904. Recreated by Mike Gorski, it is the first to be made with whiskers and instead of vending fortunes, our feline friend is advertised on the marquee as offering chocolates. The marquee reads, “Puss in Boots Gives You Chocolates One Cent.” The cabinet is composed of tiger stripe oak with a clean interior and rests upon a stand with cast iron legs. 4 keys included. (Very Good - Excellent). 6,000 - 10,000

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1184 - 25¢ LOCOMOTIVE KIDDIE RIDE. 35”L x 60”W x 56”T. This amusement kiddie ride resembles the first cart of the train, colored in red with black details and a hand-painted dashboard. It is of metal and wood construction with moderate wear throughout, displaying areas of color loss and some dents. In nice working condition. No keys included. (Good). 5,000 - 10,000

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1185 - ENGLISH 1D RUFFLER & WALKER ROAD TEST ARCADE MACHINE. 37”L x 28”W x 70”T. An early two player, electro-mechanical arcade machine, featuring two racers, a red car and a blue car. The players test their driving skills as the dial measures their mistakes from 0 to 60. The winner of the game gets their coin returned. Manufactured by Ruffler & Walker. The housing is oak with clam shell light covers but the interior background is ripping due to age. This machine could not be tested due to the electrical cord but it appears complete and original. Circa 1930s. (Good - Very Good). 7,500 - 15,000

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1186 - 10¢ PONY CART KIDDIE RIDE. 24-1/2”L x 64”W x 34”T. A lovely amusement kiddie ride, coin operated and manufactured by Capitol Projector Corp. Depicting a galloping horse, pulling a yellow Pony Cart with red spoke wheels. The paint must have appeared bright in its day but has greatly soiled through time, displaying wear and some paint loss. With new lock and key. (Good). 4,000 - 7,000 1187 - 1¢ CAILLE BROS. TOWER LIFTER STRENGTH TESTER. 14”L x 25”W x 120”T. Bell Rings At 1000 Lbs. Can You Ring It? Patrons are put to the challenge by this 1904 strength tester, produced by the Caille Bros.. Showing a very nice restoration, the exceptional housing features a cast iron base with an oak cabinet, detailed by colorful scrollwork designs on the front. The upper portion is painted red and the numbers are painted silver to match the hardware, accentuated with multi-colored light bulbs. In working order with some light surface scratches throughout. Includes keys. (Excellent). 6,000 - 12,000

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1188 - 50¢ CHICAGO COIN’S SPEED SHIFT ARCADE MACHINE. 29”L x 62”W x 65-1/2”T. An exhilarating racing arcade machine and plays just like driving an actual manual vehicle! The racer is placed on a rotating drum and the player must drive and stay on the lighted path. Remember to watch your speed. The game includes a clutch needed to shift gears during the race or the engine will blow up and the game is over. Manufactured by Chicago Coin. C. 1974. Only accepts two quarters as 50¢. The upright unit with extended chair displays surface wear, scratches to the housing and oxidation around and on the foot pedals. With new lock and key. (Good - Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000 1189 - 25¢ SEGA ATTACK ARCADE GAME. 33”L x 36-1/2”W x 75”T. This is a 1970’s arcade game with a standard cabinet, complete with a light up marquee. Manufactured by SEGA, made in Japan. Using the joystick, hit as many lit targets as possible with the tank’s gun barrel to gain points. This machine functions properly and is a very fun game to play! The playfield looks great with only minimal wear on the cabinet. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1190 - EARLY MECHANICAL ARCADE GAME. 26-1/2”L x 70”T x 61”T. Composed of mostly steel parts, including the figural players. It has a caged wire top and four handles on each side with wood grips. Marked on one side of the machine, it reads “Alsa Sport Mulhouse” and resembles a basketball type game. There is moderate wear and oxidation throughout. (Fair - Good). 3,000 - 7,000

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1192 - 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). 2,800 - 4,000 1193 - CAT RACK CARNIVAL ARCADE 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). 2,800 - 4,000 1194 - 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. PERFECT MUSCLE DEVELOPER STRENGTH TESTER. 21”L x 27”W x 66”T. Exceptionally restored strength tester, manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1920. The shaft is oak with ornate cast iron hardware throughout, the base is colored in black and the rest is silver. The dial measures the patron’s strength from 0 to 1000, the arrow points to the score of the previous lifter. The dial pictures a muscular male with gags reads like “Only The Strong Deserve The Fair.” and “ It Wont Be Long Now!” Beautiful throughout. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000

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LOT - 1195 1195 - 50¢ CHICAGO COIN’S SHOOT OUT RIFLE ARCADE MACHINE. 25-1/2”L x 50”W x 70-1/2”T. The Shoot Out arcade game is a classic Old West showdown, produced by Chicago Coin in 1976. Only accepts two quarters as 50¢. The player is given unlimited shots and one minute of playtime. If the player scores 3,200 points then an additional one minute of play is given as a reward. The upright cabinet and backglass match perfectly, colored in yellow with details of orange and brown. The housing is visibly worn, displaying areas of paint loss and surface scratches. With new lock and key. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1196 - COIN OPERATED AL FISCHER JUNGLE TIGER KIDDIE RIDE. 72”L x 27-1/2”W x 39”T. An original jungle tiger kiddie amusement ride, manufactured by the Al Fischer Company some time in the 1950’s. The un-restored arcade ride features the authentic paint and hardware but does not contain the coin mechanism. There is some paint loss and the exterior is weathered but it has a charming overall look. A rare find in original condition. (Good). 2,500 - 4,500 LOT - 1197 1197 - 10¢ RICHMAN CORP. SET-SHOT BASKETBALL ARCADE GAME. 48”L x 28”W x 76”T. Set-Shot requires two players and each player is provided a set of levers, marked yellow for one team and red for the other team. After a ball falls onto any of the corresponding holes, shoot the ball into the opposing basket. Each successful shot is counted on the lighted scoreboard. There is a spinning disc within the center of the large multi-tone wooden cabinet, creating movement for the ping pong balls inside. Manufactured by Richman Corp. in 1952 but was sold by Mike Munves. The exterior cabinet is painted red but shows wear and discoloration, complete with a die-cut marquee. Previously purchased from The Smith Collection Of Penny Arcade. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1198 - BORIS KARLOFF FRANKENSTEIN’S MONSTER UNIVERSAL MONSTER STATUE. 24”L x 24”W x 82”T. A life-size statue of arguably the most iconic monster in film history; Boris Karloff as The Monster in the 1931 Hollywood film, Frankenstein. This contemporary statue’s exposed skin is professionally molded foam that has been expertly painted. The black wool coat, trousers, and enormous boots complete the look. He is mounted on a rolling platform. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 1199 - CREATURE FROM BLACK LAGOON UNIVERSAL MONSTER STATUE. 26”L x 36”W x 80”T. This life-size statue shows the imposing size of The Creature from the 1954 film. It has been professionally sculpted, molded from foam, and airbrushed. It has been mounted on an irregularly shaped piece of wood. He has two small areas of damage, to the left eyebrow and left abdomen. (Very Good - Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000 1200 - BORIS KARLOFF MUMMY UNIVERSAL MONSTER STATUE. 24”L x 24”W x 72”T. This life size, iconic figure of 1930’s Hollywood horror has been expertly sculpted, molded from foam, airbrushed, and wrapped in stiff bandages. Mounted on a 24” circular wood base. A black scarab ring on his right hand perfects the image while the hyper-realistic face looks like the ancient eyes could open at any moment. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 1201 - TOM’S TOASTED PEANUT DISPLAY CASE. 24” x 14 -1/2” x 40 -1/2”. This display case has a crack on the bottom glass panel. The case has some soiling with marks and some areas of paint loss. The honor system box on the side has moderate wear with some paint loss. (Very Good). 500 - 900 LOT - 1201

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1202 - LANCE CRACKER DISPLAY RACK WITH 4 JARS. 17-1/2” x 17-1/2” x 36”. Complete with original tin sign, rack and four jars. Also includes an honor system coin box. The jars are in great shape with light wear while the tin sign has some soiling and oxidation. This display has a great country store look. (Very Good). 700 - 1,200 1203 - 5¢, 10¢ GENCO HOROSCOPE FORTUNE TELLER. 22”L x 23-1/2”W x 82”T. Insert a coin and watch Grandma come to life to read your fortune or zodiac sign. Speak into the Vibra-Phone, directly asking the crystal ball yes or no questions. Or turn the knob, to the zodiac sign of choice. There is some wear on the cabinet, as well as on the backglass. However, the interior is clean and has a great overall look. Manufactured by Genco in 1957. In working condition and includes the original horoscopes. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1204 - 5¢ TOM’S TOASTED PEANUTS SANDWICH VENDING MACHINE. 21 -1/2” x 12 -1/2” x 61 -1/4”. This is a very nice machine with great color and gloss. It was made by William Shephard Inc. and appears to have been hardly used. There are a few paint nicks and very light wear. Comes with key. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500

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1205 - 1¢ ROWE PRESIDENT CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINE. 13”L x 27-1/2”W x 69”T. A 1940’s cigarette vending machine, manufactured by the Rowe Vending Machine Company. The tall sheet metal body is colored in orange-red with gold striped details and a brushed-nickel front. The large mirror reads “Cigarettes” in black lettering and has a clock. Patrons can choose from eight different brands of cigarettes such as Lucky Strike and Camel but this machine does not contain any inside. The machine has a charming appearance overall but there is some noticeable wear. (Good). 500 - 2,000 1206 - COIN-OP ROWE AMI CD JUKEBOX MODEL CD-RNH. 26-1/2”D x 61”T x 32”W. A modern bubbler jukebox offering selections from compact discs, a nod to the iconic Wurlitzer 1015 of the past. Serial number 10210, circa 1996. The cabinet is in very nice condition over with only a few scrapes present. Without keys and no lock present for the front door. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1207 - 5¢, 10¢, 25¢ ROCK-OLA PHONOGRAPH JUKEBOX SERIES F MODEL 1422. 26”L x 30”W x 58-1/2”T. This is the Series F Model 1422 jukebox, manufactured by Rock-Ola in 1946 with the serial no. 82195. Known to be Wurlitzer’s number 1 competition during its time. The Art Deco design features a scrolled front chrome grill, ribbed side panels in amber and an interior background of the outdoors. The jukebox contains some records to accommodate the 20 song selection. There is moderate age related wear and discoloration on the housing with some of colored inserts behind the grill morphed. No keys included but the front opens without one. (Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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LOT - 1208 LOT - 1210 1208 - MULTI-COIN OPERATED ROCK-OLA MODEL 1426 JUKEBOX. 29”L x 28-1/2”W x 59”T. A 1947, Model 1426, jukebox manufactured by Rock-Ola with the serial no. 100719. Ribbed amber plastics border the edge of the wooden housing with an attractive front grill, featuring a chrome center, jewels and colorful plastic inlays. The interior contains a theatrical stage background and 20 record placements for song selection. Wear throughout with light surface scratches. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500 1209 - REPRODUCTION ROCK-OLA RS3200 BUBBLER SPEAKER. 30” Dia. x 14”T. This visually stunning speaker is a fantastic reproduction of the original speakers produced by Rock-Ola in the 1970’s. It is made to coordinate perfectly with the classic 1940’s Bubbler jukebox that we all know and love so well. The multi-faceted center rotates as the speaker operates, producing a charming sound that, when coupled with the visuals of this speaker, bring a nostalgic charm only these classic bubbler jukeboxes possess. C. 1995. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 2,000 1210 - CAROUSEL HIPPOPOTAMUS. 54”L x 28”W x 43”T. This original condition fiberglass hippo was mounted to the carousel from the bottom of two feet. Its expression is both eyes closed / mouth open. The metal handhold / footrest is heavily oxidized. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1211 - CAROUSEL BEAR. 50”L x 26”W x 36”T. This fiberglass carousel animal mounts from the feet and has been painted with mottled tan and white paint and a studded red collar. The bear has a U-shaped, oxidized steel hand hold / foot rest. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1212 - CAROUSEL REINDEER. 46”L x 20”W x 51”T. This carousel animal mounts to a platform by way of bolts through its back hooves and the oxidized, U-shaped steel hand holds. There are also webbing “reins” at the front of the saddle. Original condition with paint loss and cracking. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1213 - CAROUSEL CAR. 72”L x 35”W x 25”T. This carousel vehicle is in original condition and is mainly constructed from wood, fiberglass, steel, and aluminum. The wheels turn but are locked in to a slight left turn. The young rider can hold on to a chain link steering wheel. (Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1214 - LOT OF 2: CAROUSEL GIRAFFES. 42”L x 20”W x 56”T. This pair of carousel animals have webbing reins at the front of their saddles in addition to a U-shaped hand hold / footrest that has extensive paint loss and oxidation. In original condition with paint loss throughout. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1215 - LOT OF 2: CAROUSEL BEARS 50”L x 26”W x 36”T. The fiberglass bodies of these two bears have been painted a fairly solid dark grey. They have webbing reins at the front of the saddles and U-shaped, heavily oxidized hand hold / footrests. Each has mounting hardware in two feet. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1216 - CAROUSEL HIPPOPOTAMUS. 54”L x 28”W x 43”T. This original condition fiberglass hippo was mounted to the carousel from the bottom of two feet. Its expression is both eyes closed / mouth open. The metal handhold / footrest is heavily oxidized. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1217 - CAROUSEL OSTRICH. 54”L x 27”W x 60”T. This tall carousel ride has large, charming eyes and a heavily oxidized, partial footrest / mounting frame. The substantial strength of the fiberglass body wasn’t quite enough to save the front of its left foot. Needs help to stand upright. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1218 - CAROUSEL GIRAFFE. 42”L x 20”W x 56”T. This carousel animal has a U-shaped hand hold / footrest that has extensive paint loss and oxidation. In original condition with paint loss throughout. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1219 - CAROUSEL “KING CHOPPER” TRIKE. 62”L x 26”W x 43-1/2”T. Scaled perfectly for two kids to ride, this chopper has early 1970’s styling and interesting details like the Malaguti foot pegs. The vibrant tread looks great on the moving wheels that are locked into the infinite slight left turn of a carousel. With an authentic motorcycle engine made by Motori Minarelli. Minarelli was an Italian engine manufacturer founded in 1951 that changed its name to Motori Minarelli in 1967 and is now part of Yamaha. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1220 - CAROUSEL HOT ROD FOUR-SEATER. 67”L x 42”W x 42”T. This fiberglass carousel car has room for four little ones but is missing one steering wheel. The rear has a decal that reads “Soli Giancarlo”. The wheels have nice rubber tread and are fixed to always roll a few degrees to the left as found on carousels. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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LOT - 1221 1221 - 5¢ REGINA CORONA AUTOMATIC DISC CHANGING MUSIC BOX. 38”L x 24”W x 66-1/4”T. The Corona, Model 34, is an early 1900’s music box produced by Regina and features an automatic disc changer. A music box way ahead of its time! Accepting nickels and playing 27-inch discs, two are included and it is complete with a double toothed comb. The cabinet is oak and adorned with elegant gold painted hardware and two glass front panels, revealing the interior. Serial no. 47695. There is minor surface wear on the housing, visible along the base. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 8,000 - 15,000 1222 - COIN OPERATED POLYPHON STYLE NO. 53 MUSIC BOX. 24-1/2”L x 15”W x 70”T. Early 1900’s music box produced by Polyphon and was sold by the Regina Music Box Company in the United States, along with Styles 51, 52, 54 and 55. The tonal sound is wonderful and only operates on coins large enough to start the mechanism such as the English Penny, Franc or US half dollar. The cabinet is oak with a large round glass window, displaying the 15-1/2 inch disc. Highlights a detailed crown and smooth columns flanked on each side. Includes a set of discs. No keys, the back door is screwed on. Wear is present but is in fine condition, considering its age. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1224 - LOT OF 3: REGINA STYLE 50 MUSIC BOX WITH TABLE & DISCS. Largest: 27-3/4”L x 28”W x 32”T. Lot consists of 1 - Regina Style 50 music box. Serial No. 14170 indicates a manufacture date in the Spring of 1896. This Style 50 is a table model with a mahogany case, with straight sides, rope detail, and cove base. The interior lid has a lithograph on paper of “The Queen of Music”, with some wrinkles, especially toward the edges. It has dual combs, side crank spring mechanism, and plays 15-1/2” tune sheets. It measures 20”L x 24-1/2”W x 11”T.; 1 - The table is a darker mahogany and measures 27-3/4”L x 28”W x 32”T. The stretcher has a custom cut piece of foam to protect the finish from the tune sheets that can be stored there. Good condition but light scratches and dents throughout.; 1 Stack of 44 discs, each 15-1/2” diameter. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

LOT - 1223 1223 - SWISS QUALITE EXCELSIOR SUPEREXTRA 8 AIRS MUSIC BOX. 6”T x 20”W x 9”D. A beautiful Swiss music box of Qualite Excelsior Superextra No. 6006, produced in the late 19th century. It is housed in a charming wood cabinet but displays exterior wear with scratches throughout the surface. Single cylinder with a single comb and can play 8 melodies such as Private Tommy Atkins by Potter and Miss Helyett by Audran. Includes a stop-play and change-repeat switch. Contains the original paper song program, slightly soiled. (Good). 800 - 1,500 LOT - 1224

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1225 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS DUTCH BOY SLOT MACHINE WITH SIDE MINT VENDOR. 19”L x 16”W x 24-1/2”T. From 1929 to 1930, O.D. Jennings manufactured this slot machine with their signature “Dutch Boy” design. Complete with na “All Quality Mints” side vendor. The cast aluminum front panel is embossed and detailed in yellow, red, green and blue. The cabinet is wood and the machine retains the original three reel strips. Minor wear throughout and patina to the coin head. (Very Good). 800 - 1,400 1226 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. HORSE HEAD BONUS SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15”W x 26”T. A 1930’s slot machine, manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1937 with a “BONUS” jackpot feature. The name of this slot machine is derived from the horse head emblem on the front of the aluminum cast panel. The restored front is colored in red and blue with a bright green center but shows some tape residue. Included is a single jackpot reserve and two payout cups. Plays and pays. With keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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1227 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS AUTOMATIC COUNTER VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/4”L x 14-1/4”W x 24-1/2”T. A great slot machine with a front mint display, showing Pioneer Mints, manufactured by O.D. Jennings. Circa 1920s. Housed in a beautiful oak cabinet with a restored cast aluminum front, detailed in red, blue and green. Also reading “One Five Cent Package Of Confection” - “Plus Merchandise Coupons”. The three reel strips appear aged. Lower cash door is a replacement and the upper door has a vertical crack. In working condition, this machine plays and pays correctly with working and complete deferred pay. Mint vendor front is display only. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 1228 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. JACKPOT POINSETTIA SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15”W x 24-1/2”T. A tabletop slot machine manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. from 1928 to 1930. The cabinet is oak and the front casting is aluminum decorated with poinsettia flowers. The colored details display traces of paint loss and oxidation can be seen on the coin head. In working condition, the machine plays and pays correctly. Retaining the original award card and wood grain back door with replacement reel strips. (Good). 800 - 1,500

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1229 - **1¢ MILLS HIGH TOP “NEW PIONEER CLUB” SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 15” W x 36” T. Restored slot machine, produced by the Mills Novelty Co. in the 1950’s as the New Pioneer Club with a High Top body. The polished nickel-plated aluminum front casting gleams with a Western motif, two cowboy decals and a horseshoe design around the jackpot reserve. Matched with a large marquee, a light up facade and a “The Famous Pioneer Club Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada” decal on the side. A penny conversion with replacement award card and reel strips that do not match. There is light surface wear throughout. The machine plays and pays correctly. Keys included. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,500 1230 - **10¢ BUCKLEY CHROME JACKPOT BELLE SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. In original condition, this three reel slot machine features a central jackpot with a payout cup below and a second cup for collection of the “Super Award”. Retaining the original award card and reel strips with fruit, Indians, and bells and showing the original finish to the front castings with mild tarnish throughout. Manufactured between 1940 and 1949. In working condition but could benefit from some mechanism adjustment. Back door is not present. Includes one key. (Good). 800 - 1,500 1231 - **25¢ MILLS 7-7-7 HIGHTOP SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. A three reel, escalator bell slot machine with unique lighted feature to the lower front. Advertising a $25 guaranteed jackpot where the jackpot reserve should be present. In original and unrestored condition, this machine retains the original reel strips, award card, and finish to the castings. Showing some residue on the back door and bonnet and some wear to the finish of the front castings. Security bar on back is missing. In working condition. Circa 1950. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1232 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. LION HEAD SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 16”W x 25”T. Three reel gooseneck bell machine, also referred to as the Silent Gooseneck. In unrestored , original condition showing some wear to the paint of the front casting, award card, and wood cabinet. Reel strips and back door are original. Includes key. Circa 1930s. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500

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1233 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. THE ELK TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”D x 13-1/2”W x 18-1/2”T. A tabletop trade stimulator manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1905 and has undergone some restoration. The cast iron cabinet has been replated with an alluring copper flashed finished, retaining the original singular horizontal strip within. The embossed designs on the housing feature the head of an elk and hunters around a camp fire displayed on both sides. The marquee reads “Free Cigars”, winnings in trade and a fortune reading. There is little wear throughout. In working condition but without the glass in front of the coin mechanism. No keys are included. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1234 - **10¢ O.D. JENNINGS CLUB CHIEF SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2”D x 15-1/2”W x 27”T. This lighted front tabletop slot machine features a central jackpot and single payout cup. The top sign reading “Standard Chief” comes from a machine of a similar design without the lighted details throughout the front casting. In very nice original condition showing some wear to the finish of the front. Reel strips and cast box are replacements. In working order, the machine plays and pays correctly. Circa 1946. Includes one key. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1235 - **ANTIQUE ARTHUR POPPER GRAND HAZARD GAMBLING TABLE. 69-1/2”W x 41”D x 36-1/2”T. A wood gaming table with ornately carved claw feet and a green cloth layout marked with what appears to read “Arthur Popper New York.” Complete with a Chuck-A-Luck dice cage and a wood box for deposits. Three dice are present within the cage but one is made from a different material than the other two. The table itself is very sturdy and shows minor signs of wear throughout. Circa early 1900’s. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1236 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. EXTRAORDINARY CLUB BELL SLOT MACHINE. 22” L x 15” W x 80” T. The Extraordinary Club Bell is a floor model slot machine with a wooden housing that features an Art Deco style console cabinet and front casting. The ribbon mahogany cabinet is in original condition with wear, especially to one area on the non-handle side. The front aluminum casting is painted in blue with gold finished accents, nicely complimenting the machine. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1938. Wear consistent with age and use is seen throughout including damage to the rear lock and bonnet where the back door was previously prier off. Despite some condition issues, this machine plays and pays properly. Without keys and missing the lock for the bottom door. (Good). 1,200 - 2,000

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1237 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. EXTRAORDINARY CLUB BELL CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 21-1/2”L x 14-1/2”W x 60”T. Nicely restored slot machine of the 1930’s manufactured by Mills Novelty Co., emulating the Art Deco feel of the decade. The oak cabinet compliments the aluminum front casting with gold finished details. Fortune reel strips and award card are replacements. This is a bottom drop casino machine. Key provided. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000


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1238 - **25¢ DICK DELONG MILLS HORSESHOE CLUB SLOT MACHINE. 24” L x 23” W x 72” T. A Mills three reel slot machine housed in a magnificent figural stand created by the notable carver Dick Delong and resembling a mobster during the prohibition era. He is wearing a black pinstriped suit, a matching black fedora and is holding a Tommy Gun with his right hand. His torso is the Horseshoe Club slot machine, manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1948. The cast aluminum front of the slot machine mirrors the suit of the mobster but is detailed in bright yellow. Overall, the figure is in excellent condition with very minor paint wear. The machine mechanism has been painted gray with a replacement cash box but retains the original back door and lock. Plays and pays. One key is provided. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 1239 - **$1 O.D. JENNINGS “DUNES” SUN CHIEF SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2” L x 17” W x 28” T. A clean slot machine with a polished cast aluminum front with four red plastics flanked on each side and a “Dunes” marquee. With replacement reel strips. Very little wear is present on the machine but there is no glass covering the jackpot reserve. A Sun Chief with a Dunes motif, not originally from the hotel. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1949. Three keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 1240 - **1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. THE JOCKEY TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”D x 16-1/2”W x 20-1/2”T. From the beginning of the 1900’s to 1918, Mills Novelty Co. created this horse race themed trade stimulator which allowed patrons the chance to win 1-25 cigars. The cabinet is oak with what appears to be the original finish, ornate front castings are aluminum, and the marquee is cast iron. There is age related wear throughout including a split running through the base of the cabinet and some surface scratches and oxidation around the coin entry slots. In working order. Includes keys. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1241 - **5¢ WATLING MFG. CO. ROL-A-TOP TWIN JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15-1/2”W x 27”T. The cast aluminum front casting of a Watling manufactured slot machine never disappoints. Featuring gold coin embellishments, an overflowing cornucopia and two jackpot reserves. Painted yellow, detailed in red and blue with nickel-plating throughout. Reel strips, denomination badge, and cabinet bottom are replacements but the machine retains the original back bonnet, back door with original lock and key, and cash box without lock. In working order, it plays and pays correctly. Circa 1939. Minimal wear. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 LOT - 1241

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1242 - **25¢ SKELLY MFG. CO. THE FOX 1923 SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2”D x 16”W x 24”T. A seldom seen three reel slot machine manufactured by Skelly Mfg. Co. in 1923. It has aluminum front castings with a textured Art Deco design and red accents. Retaining the original tin reel strips with damage to the middle one, showing some wear and repair, with a new award card and back door lock. A very nice appearance throughout with the mechanism showing light surface rust. In working condition. Includes key. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 1243 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. OUR BABY COUNTER WHEEL SLOT MACHINE ON STAND. 22”L x 21-1/2”W x 29”T. Manufactured by the Caille Bros. in 1901, possibly for the European market. With a tiger stripe oak cabinet in a dark finish, the cabinet features elegant cast iron castings with brass accents around the wheel. Topped with a five-way coin head, accepting nickels. The original tin-litho wheel features a symmetrical center graphic and two small depictions of a baby as the high pay markers. It is in nice overall condition with little wear and a small area of repair on the top right side. Machine plays and pays correctly. Includes key and a wood stand with a front door for operator storage. Stand measures 39”T x 15-1/2”D x 22”W. (Very Good). 2,500 - 5,000 1244 - **1¢ LEO CANDA MFG. CO. “THE HAMILTON” POKER CARD MACHINE. 16-1/2” Dia x 57” T. This rare cast iron, floor model trade stimulator offers a specific number of cigars for a particular hand shown on the 5 playing card reels below. Expertly restored in black with copper flashed castings and accents, this machine is striking and shows only a few small chips to the paint. Retaining the original cards and award card. In working order. Circa 1903. Without key. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000

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1245 - **$1 SILVER DOLLAR O.D. JENNINGS SUN CHIEF CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 23”L x 17”W x 61”T. Three reel slot machine produced by O.D. Jennings in 1949. The floor model machine features a nice original wood cabinet, a restored front casting with yellow light up plastics and marquee. Includes a single jackpot reserve at the center. Retaining the original back door, lock, and key. There is minimal wear throughout, the machine shows nicely. Keys included. (Very Good). 4,000 - 6,000

1246 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. OWL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 17”L x 27”W x 66”T. The Mills Novelty Company manufactured this floor model slot machine in 1898. The oak cabinet features recessed panels, appliques, and a stunning cast iron relief of an owl standing on a quill with a stippled background. An older restoration with correct composite carvings, a bead-blasted mechanism, and a replacement handle. The lithographed playing wheel is in beautiful, original condition behind glass. All of the detailed metal accents are cast iron with a copper finish, including the 5-way coin head that can accept up to five nickels at a time. The back has some scrapes and the cabinet top has a 1” hole behind the coin head where the pay tube could be refilled without opening the machine. A beautiful example overall. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 8,000 - 12,000

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1247 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. THE NEW CENTURY MUSICAL DETROIT UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 19”L x 27-1/2”W x 67”T. In 1901, Caille Bros. debuted The New Century Detroit upright slot machine and it did not disappoint. At the bottom of the stunning oak cabinet is a music box, the cylinder is played with the insertion of every coin, independent of the lever that spins the color wheel. The housing is comprised of beveled wood panels, fluted columns, and carved scrollwork. The claw leg castings, 6-way coin head and beautiful frame around the music box are cast iron in a copper flash finish with nice patina. A nice early machine with the correct music and original back door with rare locking t-handle. This machine is in working condition, playing and paying correctly. (Excellent). 15,000 - 25,000

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1248 - **5¢ PACE 8 STAR BELL ORIGINAL POLK MINER SLOT MACHINE. 71”T x 24” Dia. This figural console is an original example accomplished by the famed carver, Frank Polk. For many years, the Miner was nicely kept in the dark regions of the old Bonanza Casino and was later given as a parting gift by the owner to a relative in 1969 and has now recently resurfaced after 50+ years. Its original state has been maintained, complete with authentic paint but surely shows some wear. The original slot machine has been replaced with the 8 Star Bell, manufactured in 1948 to 1949 by Pace. Restored but is a perfectly matched stand-in and is in great working condition. The Polk carving is marked with a gold tag, numbered 22 and is wearing a hat. Beautiful example. (Good - Very Good). 25,000 - 40,000

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LOT - 1249 1249 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. VICTORY MINT VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 14-3/4”L x 13”W x 25-1/2”T. The Caille Bros. manufactured this slot machine from 1920 to 1925 and it features two mint vendor columns positioned on each side of the center pull lever, a very unusual characteristic for most slot machines. This is the early version with iron castings in lovely original condition. There is mild wear throughout the cabinet and casting from age but it does not detract from the intricate details! In original condition, retaining the original cash box, reel strips, and award card. Both deferred pay and vendor are complete and working, delivering a roll of mints with every penny. Plays and pays correctly. (Good). 3,000 - 5,000 1250 - **25¢ WATLING ROL-A-TOP CHERRY FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 15” W x 26-1/2” T. The nickel plated aluminum front casting of this exceptional 1938 Watling slot machine cannot be missed with its bright white base and lustrous red cherry front. Complete with the twin jackpot reserves. In nice working condition and normal wear throughout. Reel strips, award card, denomination badge, and cash box are replacements while the back door is original. Lock is an original type replacement. Two keys included. (Very Good). 2,000 - 5,000 1251 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. BASEBALL FRONT O.K. VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 16” x 16” x 24”. Baseball themed, gooseneck bell, front vendor with front casting embossed with a baseball field and top marquee reading “Play Baseball and win candy mints”. Front castings show some oxidation from age and very little paint loss to the baseball field. An example without skill stops or score keeping knobs. Retaining the original baseball reel strips and award card with some discoloration. The interior cabinet and mechanism have been painted gray and back door and lock are replacements. Circa 1929. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 2,000 - 5,000 102

LOT - 1253 LOT - 1252 1252 - **5¢ O.D. JENNINGS NEVADA CLUB SLOT MACHINE. 16-1/2”L x 17-1/4”W x 28”T. The cast aluminum front of this slot machine has many features such the single jackpot reserve, four green light up columns and the Nevada Club’s mascot in place of the iconic Native American chief head. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings. from 1949 to 1955. Wear throughout, displaying noticeable surface scratches on the facade and cabinet. This example is unrestored with all original plating and plastics. Plays and pays correctly. Keys included. (Very Good). 2,000 - 3,500 1253 - **5¢ MILLS HIGH TOP BONUS SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 15” W x 26-1/2” T. A nice slot machine manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1937. The cabinet is wood and has a nickel plated cast aluminum front, nicely restored with red details and some minor surface wear. Patron receives an additional jackpot when the word “BONUS” at the top of the machine is complete, the mechanism for this feature is complete and working. With a replacement award card, retaining the original cash box, back door, and lock. Plays and pays. One key is included. (Excellent). 1,800 - 3,000

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1254 - THE ALL-IN-ONE CO. PARLOR GAME. 5”T x 16”W x 16”D. An incredible set of parlor games such as Roulette, Put & Take, Bunco, Faro and many more, manufactured by The All-In-One Co of St. Louis, MO in the 1930s. Contains most of its original components; red and brown chips, Bunco Progressive papers, dominoes, etc.. with colorful gaming wheel in superb condition. And is complete with its original leather case. (Good). 600 - 2,000 1255 - LOT OF 3: SLOT MACHINE STANDS. Largest: 21”L x 25”W x 27-1/2”T. Three stands made for slot machines, each made of cast iron but with a different top. Age related wear is present, two showing the metal has slightly oxidized. (Good). 500 - 1,500 1256 - **25¢ MILLS 20TH CENTURY MUSICAL UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 21”D x 28-1/2”W x 63”T. Housed in a beautiful, dark-stained quarter sawn oak cabinet with carved details and recessed panels along the front and sides. Adorned with decorative nickel plated iron castings throughout including the eight way coin head, claw foot legs, and accents. Showing some patina to the casting around the coin escalator. Retaining the original tin litho color wheel and reverse glass panel, both showing some wear. An excellent example with a professional restoration. In working condition. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. between 1900 and 1902. Includes keys. (Excellent). 20,000 - 30,000 1257 - 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. THE WIZARD FORTUNE TELLER TRADE STIMULATOR. 14”L x 5-3/4”W x 18-3/4”T. Mills Novelty Co. 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. The wooden cabinet is in great condition with a new, glossy finish. One key is provided. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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1258 - 1¢ SUPERIOR CONFECTION CO. SUPERIOR CONFECTION VENDOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 18-1/4”T. x 14-1/2”W. x 11”D. A tabletop trade stimulator manufactured by Superior Confection Co. in 1929. The marquee reads “Your Fortune and Ball Gum” offered for just one penny. The left side of the machine shows the award card, offering patrons their fortune and the right side vends the ball of gum. The cigarette three reel strips do not correspond with the the award card. There is wear throughout with some regions of paint loss. In working condition, this machine plays and vends. Includes keys. (Good). 500 - 1,200

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1259 - 1¢ PIERCE TOOL & MFG. CO. WHIRLWIND TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”L x 9-1/2”W x 14-1/2”T. 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. Features include a “Your Fortune” award card, a side gumball vendor and also accepts nickels. Three keys are included. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200 1260 - 1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. THE PURITAN BELL TRADE STIMULATOR. 8-1/2”L x 10-1/2”W x 11-1/2”T. An ornate cast metal trade stimulator, produced by Mills Novelty Co. from 1922 to 1939. Offering the original three reel strips and award card, rewarding patron’s points and highlights red details. The handle and coin entry display a nice patina. Overall condition is very good, with little wear throughout. Keys included. From the Collection of Gary Johnson. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800 1261 - OCTAGONAL NUTS AND BOLTS CABINET. 21-1/4”L x 21-1/4”W. x 35-1/2”T. This solid wood cabinet easily rotates on its base, allowing ready access to any of the 60 triangular drawers. Each drawer has a white ceramic pull and two numbers on the face. The solid wood top has some splitting. Exceptional condition for the age of the piece. (Very Good). 800 - 2,000

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1262 - 5¢ A. B. T. “CHURCHILL” POCKET BILLIARD TABLE. 27-1/4”W x 47”D x 34-1/4”T. This pint-sized billiard table features lovely dark stained wood with a vibrant felt top. On the sides of the table one can find score keepers and underneath, storage for the for cues. Simply deposit a nickel into the coin slide and the 12 miniature wooden balls dispense into the tray below. This table is in magnificent, all-original condition from the satin finish to the wooden balls. The green felt top is a newer replacement. Looks great and plays very well. Kept underneath the hinged table lies an extra set of miniature balls, the original metal triangle, chalk, and a small box of tokens. C. 1928 from A.B.T Manufacturing. Without keys. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000

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1263 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. PUNCHING BAG STRENGTH TESTER. 37”L x 30-1/2”W x 79-1/2”T. The composition of this strength tester is tiger stripe oak, partnered with cast iron components, painted red. Patron’s insert a coin and pull down the leather punching bag attachment as far as it will go then “Deliver The Punch.” The dial will measure the strength of the punch from 0 to 1200 in pounds. Produced by Mills Novelty Co. in the early 1900’s. There is some age related wear throughout but overall, it is in superb condition. (Good - Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000 1264 - BARBERSHOP AUTOMATONS. 16”L x 30”W x 37”T. Each of these moving figures are approximately 27” high and are standing on a 16”L x 30”W x 10”T wood platform that houses the mechanism. The front left corner of the platform has some degradation. There is a brass pull ring on the left rear that starts a round of music. The music cylinder inside has a marquee for “Delyon / Paris”. The other side has a brass escutcheon with a hole where a missing crankshaft winds up a Heineman Flyer #6854 phonograph motor. A very nice automaton with 5-7 movements including the mirror between the figures as well as the eyes and hands of each. (Good - Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1265 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. HI-BALL ARCADE GAME. 27”L x 20”W x 82”T. A large vertical pin-ball type arcade game which launches balls into the playfield after being plunged with the leather pad. There are five levels of scoring with the highest score at the top. Manufactured by Exhibit Supply Co. from 1930 to 1939. The cabinet is orange with Victorianesque details and displays moderate wear, correspondent with age and use. Previously purchased from The Smith Collection Of Penny Arcade. (Good). 800 - 2,000 1266 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. STRIKING CLOCK STRENGTH TESTER. 18”L x 16-1/4”W x 75-3/4”T. How Many Times Can You Make The Clock Ring? Patrons drop the coin in the slot and push the handles together to strike the clock. The housing is composed of beautiful oak with cast metal hardware, affixed to a green pedestal. Produced by the Exhibit Supply Co. C. 1925 to 1930. In working condition. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1267 - 50¢ SEGA COWBOY ARCADE MACHINE. 28”L x 42”W x 74”T. A very simple game, yet very fun! The Cowboy attempts to lasso the cow by timing the twirl perfectly, 1 point is scored for every lassoed cow. Accrue as many points until the timer is done. Nicely paired with a bright upright cabinet, displaying some wear and light peeling on the backglass. Manufactured by SEGA. C. 1974. With new lock and key. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1269 - 10¢ BALLY’S SHARPSHOOTER ARCADE GAME. 25”L x 70”W x 69-1/2”T. A very fun target skill game, produced by Bally in 1961. For ten cents, the player is given 20 shots, or keep playing until the timer reaches 50 seconds. The player is rewarded extra shots if the score of 850 is met. There is realistic action coming from the pistol, shooting real balls at the moving targets. Restored cabinet, all in great condition and perfect working order! 5 keys are included. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000

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1270 - MULTI-COIN OPERATED SEEBURG’S COON HUNT ARCADE GAME. Largest: 56” x 31” x 16 -1/4”. This arcade game is a two part unit with a target cabinet and a separate rifle component, measuring 16”L x 20”W x 33”T. 20 shots are offered for every nickel or a total of 6 games can be played for every quarter. Shoot the raccoons as they run from one side of the tree to the next. The interior displays a woodland landscape and with every successful shot, the moon lights up. Complete with translucent marquee. Manufactured by Seeburg. Circa 1954. Possibly restored, in very clean and nice condition with minimal wear. In good working order, functions properly. Keys are included. The cabinet measures 31”L x 18”W x 56”T. The legs are 21”T. (Very Good - Excellent). 4,000 - 7,000 1271 - 1¢ CAILLE HYGIENIC EXERCISER LUNG TESTER AMUSEMENT ARCADE MACHINE. 72”T x 16”W x 15”D. Housed in an oak cabinet with beveled glass sides and a dimensional casting of a circus strongman in the background. Players of this game would blow into the rubber hose and the numbers on the side of the interior glass dome would indicate lung capacity. This device rests perched atop a cast iron and faux marble stand. A Gorski recreation of a Caille Bros. machine. Includes two keys. (Excellent). 4,000 - 7,000

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1272 - 1¢ RARE CAILLE BROS. GEORGE WASHINGTON “MONEY BACK” VERSION FLOOR SCALE. 27”L x 19-1/2”W x 91-1/2”T. The Caille Bros. produced this “Money Back” version of their George Washington scale in 1904, very rare and only a few known to exist. The cabinet is quartered white oak, complete with the original plating to the ornate castings with a beautiful patina. The marquee reads “This Scale Gives Back Your Money If Your Lucky.” The dial pictures George Washington and displays a weight measurement up to 300 lbs. with an “Average Weight” chart. Minimal wear throughout with a new back door and marquee. In working condition, this scale provides accurate weight and will return your coin if it makes its way through the “Money Back” play field. (Excellent). 10,000 - 20,000

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1273 - 25¢ SEGA GUN FIGHT ARCADE MACHINE. 24-1/2”L x 54”W x 57”T. A traditional western shoot out arcade game in a desert setting, requiring one to two players. The game consists of two 3-Dimensional cowboy figures as opponents, placed on each side. Player can win up to 10 points by shooting down the opponent or keep shooting until the game is over. When a cactus is shot it breaks in half but it does not count as a point. A very active game with sounds of gun fire after every press of the trigger. Manufactured by SEGA in Japan. C. 1970. Complete with new lock and key. The cabinet looks great with some wear to the housing, a little piece of the side panel is missing along the base and the pistol grips are flaking. The machine could not be tested because of the electrical cord. (Good - Very Good). 5,000 - 10,000 1274 - 1¢ WATLING MFG. CO. LOLLIPOP SCALE. 26-1/2”L x 24”W x 72”T. An original lollipop scale, “How Much Do You Weigh? No Springs” and has been beautifully restored to near perfection. Manufactured by Watling Mfg. Co. in the 1920’s. The porcelain body is painted white with a brass base. The reverse glass front is detailed in silver and blue with decals referencing the average weight of men and women. Includes key. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500

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1275 - **5¢ PACES MFG. CO. PACES RACES SLOT MACHINE. 48”L x 20-1/4” x 37-1/2”T. The cabinet of this floor model slot machine is two toned wood with cast aluminum components throughout such as the horse and jockey emblem. Featured at the center is a horse racing unit with seven horses. Manufactured by Pace Mfg. Co. from 1934 to 1937. Complete with a winnings pull out drawer. The interior is very clean, still displaying vibrant colors to the original paint and the hardware is nicely polished. There is some wear to the exterior cabinet. Includes key. (Good - Very Good). 6,000 - 9,000 1276 - RECREATION 1¢ WATLING MFG. CO. VIBRATORY DOCTOR ARCADE MACHINE. 23”L x 44-1/2”W x 105-1/2”T. This monumental penny arcade game is a recreation of a Watling machine manufactured in 1904 with less than a handful of originals known to exist today. A fantastic John Papa recreation with twelve made in total. Housed in a large quartersawn oak cabinet with brass details and a cast iron male figure mounted at the center. Painted to appear almost lifelike, allowing patrons to believe that they too can gain a similar physique by using the machine. The marquee reads “Vigorous Strength And Healthy Color By This Vibratory Doctor” as “Vibration Is The Law Of Life”. For one penny, the rubber hand will begin to vibrate which then allows a vitalizing circulation to flow throughout the body. Pictorial instructions are arranged along the sides of the figure. Includes keys and a copy of Michael Papa’s book “No Tampering! - A Guide To Papa’s Re-creations.” (Excellent). 8,000 - 14,000

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1277 - 5¢ CHICAGO COIN’S 4 PLAYER DERBY ARCADE MACHINE. 68”L x 35”W x 70”T. Chicago Coin debuted this horse racing game in 1952. It allows up to four players and features a brightly colored back glass, above an animated horse racing game. The players shoot the balls into high-scoring areas to advance their horses. The first horse to cross the finish line wins. The interior is clean with a surprisingly clean exterior cabinet, restored with the original backglass showing some areas of wear and slight peeling. Currently wired for free play through the coin return slot, all in fantastic working condition. Includes five keys. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Excellent). 10,000 - 20,000

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1278 - 5¢ 1937 ROCKOLA WORLD SERIES ARCADE MACHINE. 40-1/2” L x 35” W x 55” T. A fine example of a fully restored 1937 World Series pitch and bat arcade machine, manufactured by Rockola, stopping production in 1941 because of World War II. The machine commemorates the famed 1937 World Series baseball game by using the actual names of the All-Star players such as Di Maggio and Hartnett featured on the jerseys of the hand painted three dimensional figures on the field. For five cents, patrons are given plays until three outs are reached. The components of the interior appear newly painted, displaying little to no signs of wear. The housing is exceptional, displaying two-toned cabinetry and complete with a glass marquee. This game is in working condition, having underwent a meticulous head-to-toe restoration two years ago and was then crated by the owner until the time of consignment. The coin mechanism is the correct “horizontal escalator” type that is often missing or replaced with a non-escalator type. Every part inside was completely disassembled, cleaned, refurbished, lubricated, and adjusted for proper operation by Kevin Keinert at GameRoomRepair.com. Any worn parts were replaced or rebuilt as needed and all new electrical wiring was installed. Even the motor and gear-reduction box were completely taken apart and cleaned. Kevin stands by the notion that the game should provide years of service with little or no maintenance required and has indicated that he is available for support after the sale. Keys are included. (Excellent). 40,000 - 50,000

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1279 - 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, John Papa of the National Jukebox Exchange and Arcade Treasures, created this beauty from advertisement 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 and a copy of Michael Papa’s book “No Tampering! - A Guide To Papa’s Re-creations.” (Excellent). 12,000 - 20,000

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LOT - 1281

1280 - 25¢ DALE ENGINEERING CO. BURP GUN COPS & ROBBERS ARCADE MACHINE. 26”L x 60”W x 77”T. This shooting gallery game is similar to Desert Hunter, the dial above records the score and it has the same cabinet except the targets pop up through one of the windows. This particular example is a rare ten window version. Manufactured by Dale Engineering Co. in 1957. The dual housing unit is colored in red with a “Crooks Saloon” decal, depicting a four story building also reading “Rooms 50¢” and “Free Pretzels”. Wear is visible throughout. With new lock and key. (Good - Very Good). 6,000 - 10,000

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1281 - 5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. IMPERIAL SHOCKER COUNTERTOP MACHINE. 12”D x 21”W x 23”T. This “Electric Treatment” arcade amusement or medical treatment device is housed in a wood cabinet with a copper plated front casting showing a pair of ladies. One of the two handles controls the amount of current to be delivered, offering customer an electric shock to cure their ailments. Very nice condition with some wear to the wood. In working condition, delivering quite a shock! Circa 1908. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 6,000 - 9,000

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1282 - COIN OPERATED RED CAR KIDDIE RIDE. 37”L x 67”W x 38”T. The kiddie car ride is metal, colored in red with blue wheels, complete with a metal steering wheel. It has a single seat, for any child to enjoy. The colors have slightly faded, there is moderate wear throughout and the dashboard decal is almost illegible. Electrical cord is frayed, could not test. (Fair - Good). 5,000 - 10,000 1283 - 25¢ RUFFLER & WALKER THE PALM RACERS ARCADE MACHINE. 38”L x 20”W x 73”T. A 1940’s English mechanical game with a money back feature produced by Ruffler and Walker, also known as The Jungle Tree Climb. Two players use the wheels to race the figural climbers up the palm tree. The instructions read “Place 2p in slot” but the coin mechanism is designed to accept quarters. Appears to be in original condition, displaying age related wear throughout, some paint loss and remnants of clear packing tape is on the glass front. In non-working order, requiring some maintenance to be fully operational. (Good). 4,000 - 6,000

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1284 - 10¢ GENCO’S SKY GUNNER ARCADE MACHINE. 23-1/2”L x 43”W x 82”T. An action packed game with realistic recoil action from the gun mount, great sound and dual counting drum units. Set in a cinematic war scene, peak into the optic viewer and begin shooting the 3-dimensional enemy planes. The player scores points when the red light flashes, receiving honorable titles from “Gunner” to “Ace”. Manufactured by Genco. C. 1953. The housing unit is large, painted in orange with a combat war theme throughout. In nice working condition with some wear. The game is not set to free play and needs to be started manually from inside the coin mech. Keys included. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000

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LOT - 1286

1285 - 25¢ PETANQUE BABY ARCADE MACHINE. 29-1/2”L x 54”W x 47”T. In France, Petanque is a wildly popular game played outside with a set of metal balls. Similar to a game of toss or horsehoes, now turned into a mechanical arcade machine. The marquee and instructions are in French with a bright and colorful graphic. Pictured on the side of the graphic is a woman revealing her bum. The cabinet is two-toned wood and is in very nice condition throughout. Keys are included and the balls are kept in the coin box. Circa 1960s. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000 1286 - 50¢ WILLIAMS SAFARI DELUXE MODEL SHOOTING GALLERY. 30”L x 51”W x 74”T. A hunting themed arcade game, manufactured by Williams Electronics, Inc. and was released in 1954. Only accepts two quarters as 50¢. Shoot any of the moving or pop up targets and accumulate points. The decoration of the cabinet shares the same theme, featuring a man hunting in the safari but there are areas of heavy paint loss and scratches to the housing. The backglass remains bright but with some visible peeling. With new lock and key. (Fair - Good). 1,200 - 2,000

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1287 - 1¢ CAILLE BROS. CAIL-O-SCOPE ARCADE VIEWER. 23”L x 20-1/2”W x 49”T. A stunning example of an early arcade viewer, manufactured by The Caille Bros. from 1904 to 1905. The restored cabinet features recessed panels, ornate metal plating with columns crafted in an indigo color. Some of the cast iron elements exhibit a very nice patina. Complete with a marquee, reading “Artistic Figure Studies” “Cinderalla” and pictures a nude woman, her bosom censored by a broom. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,500

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1288 - 25¢ CHICAGO COIN’S CONEY ISLAND ARCADE MACHINE. 29”L x 48”W x 72”T. The Coney Island shooting gallery arcade game was manufactured in 1976 by Chicago Coin, the same year the Shoot Out was released. This bright and inviting machine appears very pleasant from the outside but when in play, the cabinet goes dark. The player must shoot the ghouls and goblins that haunt the streets of Coney Island at night. Score 4,200 or above and win an additional minute of play. There are areas of paint loss, scratches to the housing, some surface wear and oxidation on the coin entry door panel. The backglass remains bright and intact with light peeling. New lock and key added. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1289 - 25¢ KASCO’S GUN SMOKE ARCADE MACHINE. 28”L x 47”W x 68-1/2”T. An innovative shooting gallery arcade game, manufactured by Kasco in 1970-1979 and the first to introduce a 3D hologram character. Made in Japan. Only fire at the cowboy, if points calculated on the stars reach 38 then the player is rewarded an additional game play. The general condition of the cabinet is nice but there are indications of wear. For example, the scuffs along the base, a small chip on the front panel is visible and the right side panel is slightly coming apart from the top. Accepts quarters but is currently on free play. New locks with key added. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 1291 1290 - 25¢ MIDWAY’S DUNE BUGGY ARCADE MACHINE. 28-1/2”L x 26-1/2”W x 52-1/2”T. This one player arcade game’s objective is to accumulate the highest score after clearing one obstacle after the other before time runs out. The dune buggy is placed on flat land and the player must drive through each lighted course. Manufactured by Midway. C. 1972. The large wooden cabinet is colored in white and red with a clean backglass and steering wheel control. The housing unit does not have the steel legs. With new lock and key. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1291 - $1 MIKE MUNVES THE HOLLYWOOD CANDID CAMERA ARCADE MACHINE. 26”L x 28”W x 68”T. This coin operated arcade machine, is $1 but only accepts it as four quarters. The box is shaped like a camera with a large lens and reads “I Dare You” - “As Hollywood Sees You” on the top corners. This amusement machine contains a fun house mirror and should rotate inside when in operation. Manufactured by Mike Munves in the 1950’s. Key included. The electrical cord of this machine is worn, therefore it could not be tested. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000

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1292 - MIDWAY’S MONSTER GUN SHOOTING GALLERY. 25”L x 44”W x 70”T. Test your skill by using the shot gun to shoot the 20 moving targets such as Frankenstein, followed by other ghouls and goblins. With a black light feature for a glowing target effect. Targets are controlled by speed and score is counted on a drum unit. There are stencils of a monster destroying a city throughout the cabinet with a matching backglass, also depicting monsters terrorizing citizens’. Manufactured by Midway. C. 1967. Moderate exterior wear is visible, showing signs of use, age and scratches to the housing. The game is currently on free play. With new lock and key. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 1293 LOT - 1294 1293 - 25¢ CINEMATRONICS TAIL GUNNER VIDEO GAME. 26-1/2”L x 30”W x 69”T. The Tail Gunner is a very rare video game, created by Cinematronics in 1979 and only a few are known to exist by collectors. This uncommon machine has a very futuristic cabinet, colored in black with a spaceship decal on its sides. The front display continues it’s futuristic motif with a brightly colored backglass, resembling a control system. Target ships by using the joystick which then can fire energy bolts and destroy. The “game is over when ten ships have left the screen”. Exterior wear is present throughout with some paint loss along the bottom and back of the machine. The screen also displays some light scuffs. With new lock and key. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1294 - 25¢ AMUSEMENT ENGINEERING CO. HELICOPTER TRAINER ARCADE MACHINE. 74-1/2”T x 36”W x 36”L. Learn how to fly through this arcade machine, titled Helicopter Trainer, manufactured by Amusement Engineering Co. in 1968. Use the red levers to control the power of the helicopter, as well as its forward and backward movements. The cabinet is immaculate, colored in white and blue with a very clean interior. Featuring a clear depiction of the outdoors as the background and a helicopter at the center. The players are timed and then rated based on their score. This game is in perfect working condition and is currently wired for free play through the coin return slot. Includes two keys and a few spare parts in the coin box. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000

1295 - 5¢ ACSO HOT NUT VENDOR. 8-1/2”L x 11”W x 21-1/2”T. A cast aluminum hot nut vendor, manufactured by Asco in the 1940’s. The 8-sided globe has been replaced with a round globe and has a “Superior Petite 5¢” decal. Complete with blinking red light at the top. This model was sold with or without a side cup dispenser. There is wear throughout but considering its age, it is still in nice condition. (Good). 400 - 800

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1296 - 10¢ TOM’S SERVE YOURSELF VENDING MACHINE. 21 -1/2” x 12 -1/2” x 61 -1/4”. This machine displays well. It was made by William Shephard Inc. It has some soiling with light wear and a few marks on the decals and comes with key. (Very Good). 1,250 - 2,250 1297 - 1 CENT ZENO CHEWING GUM VENDOR. 10”W x 16-1/2”T x 8-1/2”D. This gum vendor is composed of oak, displaying some restored areas such as the decal reading “Drop One Cent.” The paper stamped in the corner also reads “Got Em’ All Skinned All Different Flavors And It Sure Is Good.” Manufactured in the late 19th century to the early 20th century. Moderate wear throughout. Includes keys. (Good). 400 - 1,200

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1298 - 1¢ KANDY KING BULK VENDOR GUMBALL CANDY MACHINE. 8 -1/2” x 9” x 19 -1/2”. This bulk NOS vendor was manufactured by Holli-Ware Mfg., and began its circulation around the 1940’s. Features two columns for candy, nut or gum selection variety. Made of metal with minor steel details. There is a chrome front, centered between the two glass displays. Superior condition. One key is included. (Near Mint). 500 - 1,000 1299 - 5¢ DOUBLE POSTAGE STAMP VENDING MACHINE. 15 -1/2” x 9” x 13”. This vending machine has porcelain panels and comes with two keys. The left side coin slot trim has broken off but is included. Moderate soiling with paint nicks are present. (Very Good). 750 - 1,500 1300 - FUNHOUSE MIRROR. 32”L x 11-1/2”W x 72”T. A large mirror in a wooden frame with curves to create distorted and fun reflections. There is light surface wear and scuffs on the field of the mirror and the frame displays areas of paint loss. Cracks with pieces of the mirror are gone, seen at the top right corner. (Fair - Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1301 - FRANKENSTEIN’S MONSTER AUTOMATON. 41”L x 29-1/2”W x 56”T. This seated figure was constructed to hinge at the hip and lurch forward and back by way of a rotating motor mounted to the back of the chair. The head and hands are made from a stiff, latex type of material and areas still have some flexibility. The chair is solid wood with a brass studded, leather seat and mounted on a plywood deck with eyelets at the corners. (Good). 1,500 - 3,000 121


LOT - 1302 LOT - 1303 1302 - CLOWN HEAD WITH DRESSED BODY. 24”L x 24”W x 82”T. This clown’s head is hand painted, matched with a hat and bow-tie attached. It appears to be made similar to paper mache or plaster like materials. The body is wearing a purple jacket, blue vest, a white under shirt and colorful geometric printed pants. The eccentric ensemble is stuffed to give the clown its hefty shape and is situated on a wooden base. There are indications of some paint loss and wear on the head, while the outfit appears to be lightly soiled. The colors remain bright and inviting. Overall, this is certainly an interesting piece to add to any collection. (Good). 1,000 - 3,000 122

1303 - GO-GO DANCER DISPLAY. 32”L x 32”W x 87”T. This display resembles a go-go dancer, her body is able to spin but there is no motor. She is wearing a blue polka dotted green dress that matches the color of her eyes. Her hair is black with braided pigtails, drooped down but lifts up towards the center then droops down again. She appears to be made of something similar to paper mache or plaster like materials. She stands on a six pointed star pedestal with a parallel top, surrounded by 6 green rods, made of wood. She needs a bit of a wash due to the visible wear but all together, this is a quite an engaging piece. (Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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1304 - HUMPTY DUMPTY FUNHOUSE MIRROR. 8-1/2”L x 42”W x 84”T. A full-sized wavy mirror with a blue painted border, wood frame, and a hand painted wood marquee that reads “Humpty Dumpty”. The mirror still gives nice distorted reflections, with only minor scuffs and scratches on the surface glass. Some paint chipping and loss throughout. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1305 - HOUSE OF HORRORS AMUSEMENT PARK SIGN. 14”L x 96”W x 24”T. A thrilling amusement park sign! A great piece for any movie-goer, coin-op or carnival collector. It reads “House of Horrors” in bold red lettering, shining bright for all to see. The center features a figural skull with a black draped hood, appearing like the reaper who haunts our dreams. It is mounted on plywood with hooks at the top of the sign for hanging. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1306 - SAND CRAB CAROUSEL DUNE BUGGY. 64”L x 41”W x 27”T. This seasoned carousel ride for four young ones is in original condition with weathered seats and a heavily cracked paint on the floor of the fiberglass body. The white paint on the exterior is embellished with painted flowers. The deep tread on the rubber tires looks great as the turning wheels are locked into turning a few degrees to the left. (Good). 800 - 2,000

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1307 - CARNIVAL SIDESHOW BANNER BY BOBBY WICKS. 91”W x 113”T. This canvas sideshow banner is composed of different sections sewn together, each corner is with a leather support and a metal ring for hanging. This colorful piece was hand-painted and signed by Bobby Wicks. Two monkeys are depicted wearing shorts and boxing each other. A great graphic but there are some stains and the colors have faded slightly. (Good). 1,000 - 1,500

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1308 - LONG BEACH PIKE “OCTOPUS” RIDE MODEL. 30-1/2”L x 30-1/2”W x 45”T. This electrically powered model depicts the classic amusement park ride on a plywood base, the top surface of which is 31” above the floor. There is an activation button in one corner and a 10 foot power cord. The model has a slightly worn appearance. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 2,500

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1309 - CARNIVAL MINIMUM HEIGHT SIGN. 6”L x 40”W x 88-1/2”T. This sign is airbrushed on 1/2” plywood to resemble Bugs Bunny in top hat and tails. Bugs is measuring a minimum height of 46” under his fingers. The wood is slightly bowed and adds a cool authenticity to the sign. There has been a repair to his left leg. A great carnival piece with a fantastic nostalgic look. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 1311

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1310 - **25¢ O.D. JENNINGS CONSOLE JUNIOR SLOT MACHINE. 19-1/2” L x 16” W x 52” T. A 1930’s console slot machine, housed in a two toned Art Deco style wood cabinet with a black base. Complete with a single jackpot reserve, a spring-loaded payout drawer and the signature Chief head emblem at the center. Manufactured by O.D. Jennings in 1937. There is surface wear and minor scratches throughout with a small crack on the bottom right corner of the coin mechanism. Has a replacement award card, cash box, and reel strips with the mechanism painted gray. The machine plays and pays correctly. Two keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1311 - **25¢ CAILLE BROS. SUPERIOR OPERATORS BELL “NAKED LADY” SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2”L x 11-1/2”W x 25”T. The name of this slot machine is derived from the design on its nickel-plated front casting, an embossed naked lady. Manufactured by Caille Bros. in the late 1920’s. Showing a replacement award card, cash box, and reel strips. The machine is in working condition with complete and working skill stop. Very minor wear throughout. Keys included. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 125


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1312 - **10¢ PACE MFG. CO. COMET SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 15” W x 25” T. A Pace slot machine manufactured in the late 1930’s to 1940’s, displaying a nicely restored cast aluminum front. Colored in red and yellow, partnered with polished nickel-plating and in excellent condition throughout. Retaining the original cash box, back door with hard to find Duo lock, and award card. Reel strips are replacements. The machine plays and pays correctly. Three keys are included. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 1313 - **10¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. WAR EAGLE SLOT MACHINE. 15”L x 16”W x 26”T. Restored with nickel plated aluminum castings, newly detailed in red, black and yellow. The embossed front embodies an eagle, hence the name of the machine, War Eagle. Featured are two jackpot reserves and two payout cups. Includes a newer style original cash box and incorrect replacement reel strips in silver. The machine plays and pays correctly and shows little to no wear. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1931. Keys included. (Excellent). 1,200 - 1,800 1314 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. SILENT SPHINX SLOT MACHINE. 15” L x 13” L x 24” T. The front aluminum casting of this slot machine displays a colorful detailed design with an Egyptian theme, a jackpot reserve, and two payout cups. Manufactured by the Caille Bros. from 1931 to 1933 and has since been restored with gold plated castings, replacement reel strips, award card, and back door lock. This particular example has a clock mechanism rather than a pump. There is some wear throughout but with a nice oak cabinet. Plays and pays correctly. One key is included. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500 1315 - **25¢ O.D. JENNINGS CHIEF SUPER DELUXE TIC TAC TOE SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2”D x 15”W x 27”T. A nice original, unrestored example of this lighted front three reel, escalator bell machine, also referred to as the “Chinese Front”. Showing pitting to the finish of the front casting and wear to the cabinet base, expected with age and use. Retaining worn O.D. Jennings decals on the cabinet sides, original award card and reel strips, and showing the label within the jackpot beginning to peel. In working condition, the machine plays and pays correctly. Circa 1945. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,800 1316 - **1¢ COLUMBIA MFG. CO. FIVE REEL POKER TRADE STIMULATOR. 18-1/2”L x 18-1/2”W x 59”T. A trade stimulator on a cast metal pedestal, featuring a “Free Cigars” marquee and five reel poker strips. The machine offers patrons a pre-selected amount of cigars depending on the hand obtained. For example, a Royal Flush rewards 25 cigars. Aged wear is apparent with the awards cards yellowed. A great example of an early trade stimulator. Manufactured by Columbia Mfg. Co., C. 1891. (Good). 1,000 - 4,000 LOT - 1316

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1317 - **5¢ MILLS/ROCK-OLA JACKPOT NEW MODEL SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 15” W x 25” T. Beautiful slot machine, completely restored. A revamp model with the castings of two distinct machines- the top half appears to be from the Mills/Rock-ola Jackpot New Model manufactured in 1932 and the bottom half is from the Mills/National Twin Jackpot manufactured in 1933. The front is finished in a gold plating with an array of colorful details. Complete with two jackpot reserves and replacement fortune reel strips and award card. Minor wear throughout. No keys included. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,200 1318 - **5¢ PACE BANTAM RESERVE JACKPOT VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 13-1/2” L x 14-1/2” W x 20” T. A remarkable slot machine, manufactured by Pace Manufacturing Co. in 1933 that has been nicely restored. Retaining the original wood grain back door, fortune telling reel strips, and Pace cash bag. The front aluminum casting is colorfully detailed in red, blue and yellow. Plays and pays correctly. These machines originally had side vendors but now features display only mint columns. Light wear throughout. One key is included. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 1319 - **5¢ PACE MFG. CO. COMET SLOT MACHINE. 15-1/2”D x 16”W x 24”T. This three reel, escalator bell slot machine has a striking nickel plated front casting with a twin jackpot and accents of red, yellow, and green. The lower casting resembles that of the Mills/Pace Double Jackpot “Star” revamp. With replacement reel strips, cash box, marquee and marquee paper. Very nice condition overall with only minor wear seen on the cabinet base. In working condition. Circa 1932. Includes two keys. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 1320 - **5¢ CAILLE BROS. SILENT SPHINX SLOT MACHINE. 14” L x 13” W x 24” T. Featuring a detailed aluminum front casting with an Egyptian motif, colored in yellow with details of red and and black. This is the three-reel jackpot variation. Manufactured by Caille Bros. between 1931 and 1933. Normal wear is present with areas of paint loss on the front panel. An unrestored example with replacement lock, original coin box without the top, and original reel strips showing wear to the second one. The mechanism pump needs to be rebuilt and is included in the bottom of the machine. (Good). 800 - 1,500

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1321 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. FRONT OK VENDER SLOT MACHINE. 16” L x 16” W x 25” T. Polished nickel plated aluminum front slot machine with four mint vendor columns, a new award card and replacement reel strips. Retaining the original back door with a replacement lock. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1926. In nice condition with very little wear, mostly seen on the oak cabinet. In working condition, the machine plays and pays correctly. Key included. (Excellent). 800 - 1,400 1322 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. BLACK CHERRY SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15”W x 26”H. This half top escalator bell slot machine was manufactured by Mills in 1946. Showcasing the iconic cherry clusters on the front casting, which retains the original hammertone finish. With some wear to the paint of the wood base and cabinet. Retaining a nice original bid award card, reel strips, back door, cash box, and a replacement back door lock. Includes key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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1323 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. LIBERTY BELL SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 14-3/4”W x 25”T. Incredible slot machine by Mills Novelty Co. produced in 1928, beautifully restored. The aluminum front casting is bright with colorful details to match, complete with a new award card and reel strips. There are some scratches to the wood housing but most visible along the bottom. In working condition, the machine plays and pays correctly. (Excellent). 800 - 1,400 1324 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. POINSETTIA SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15”W x 25”T. The cast aluminum front of this slot machine is nickel plated, displaying vibrant colors of red and green on the poinsettia flowers. The wood cabinet is older and appears to be slightly weathered. Features include a single jackpot reserve and two payout cups. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. in 1928. Works well. With keys. (Very Good). 800 - 1,200

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1325 - **5¢ WATLING BLUE SEAL CONFECTIONS TWIN JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15”W x 24”T. A three reel slot machine with two jackpot banks flanked by mint vendor columns. The cast aluminum front panel shows an older restoration, detailed in colors of blue, yellow and red. Retaining the original tin fortune fruit reel strips but missing the cash box, vendor rod, and vendor linkage. The machine plays and pays correctly with minimal wear throughout. Manufactured by Watling Mfg Co. in the 1920’s. (Very Good). 800 - 1,200 1326 - **1¢, 5¢ GARDEN CITY MFG. CO. PICK A PACK TRADE STIMULATOR. 8-1/4”L x 13-1/4”W x 20-3/4”T. This trade stimulator is encased in a pressed steel cabinet, colored in green with a cast aluminum front with an Art Deco motif. The interior is a windmill with 4 different cigarette brands on the blades, each corresponding with the jackpot reserves. In order to win, the selection must stop between tabs. Manufactured by Garden City Mfg. Co. in 1933. There is some wear throughout, the cigarette decals are slightly soiled but the interior has a very enticing appearance. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,200

1327 - **10¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. CASTLE FRONT SLOT MACHINE. 26”T x 16”W x 15”D. This is a Mills Novelty Co. slot machine, also known as the Blue Front, manufactured in 1937. It has a wood cabinet with a cast aluminum front, colored in navy with details of red and light blue. Complete with a single jackpot reserve, new award card and the original Mills reel strips. Showing an older repainting or restoration with minor wear and wood separation on the case. Retaining the original back door with replacement lock and no cash box present. In working condition. One key is included. (Good - Very Good). 700 - 1,400 1328 - **5¢ KEYSTONE NOVELTY PURITAN BELL TRADE STIMULATOR. 8”T. Keystone Novelty produced this baby bell trade stimulator in 1928. It features a textured cast metal body with three small fortune reels. Has the original paper and reel strips. The reels of this machine do not spin, they just click to the next position. Two keys are provided. (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,200

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1329 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. PURITAN BELL TRADE STIMULATOR. 8”L x 8-1/2”W x 10-1/2”T. The Puritan Bell trade stimulator was manufactured in 1922 to 1939 by Mills Novelty Co. but this particular machine was produced during the later years because of the cast aluminum body. Still sharing the same intricate detailing as the cast iron housing but with a larger window and fruit reel strips. Winnings were accumulated by points. Normal wear is present throughout. Three keys are included. (Very Good). 500 - 800 LOT - 1328 LOT - 1329 128

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1330 - **1¢ CHARLES FEY & SONS 3 JACKS COIN FLIP SLOT MACHINE. 13-1/2”W x 9-1/2”D x 18-1/2”T. An early flip coin payout machine, original and in lovely restored condition. Manufactured by Charles Fey & Sons in 1910. Flip a coin into the playing field, in hopes it will land in one of the three jackpot banks. The cabinet is oak with a front aluminum cast panel, detailed in red, blue and yellow. The exterior displays some wear. In working condition. Includes keys. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,200 1331 - LOT OF 2: STANDS. Largest: 24”L x 18”W x 38-1/2”T. Lot consists of 2 pedestal stands. 1- is an ornate cast iron stand, painted in a bright green finish with a wood top.; 1- is also a cast iron stand with a wood top and the base has a cool Art Deco design in black but the shaft shows large amounts of oxidation. (Good). 200 - 700 LOT - 1333

1332 - OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 17-1/4”L x 36”W x 33-3/4”T. A double slot machine stand, made of oak with a dark finish and front glass panels with four beveled designs on each corner. Complete with cast metal claw legs and one interior shelf. There is surface wear throughout with a large visible scratch at the top. (Very Good). 200 - 400 1333 - OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19-1/4”L x 37-3/4”W x 33-1/2”T. A double slot machine stand, made of oak with a dark finish and front glass panels with four beveled designs on each corner. Complete with cast metal claw legs. There are cracks within the glass on both panels. (Fair - Good). 200 - 400 1334 - MARBLE COLUMNS SLOT MACHINE STAND. 21-1/2”L x 21-1/2”W x 32-1/4”T. A stunning single slot machine stand with an oak top, four marbled columns and an ornate cast iron base in a copper flashed finish. Nice overall condition with some light scratches to the oak top. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

1335 - OAK DOUBLE SLOT STAND 19”L x 38”W x 34”T. Leaded stained glass fronts, oak cabinet, clawed feet. Some scratches and dings. One interior shelf. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600

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LOT - 1336 1336 - LOT OF 3: SLOT MACHINE STANDS. Largest: 29”T x 17”W. Lot consists of three similar slot machine stands with a round dark wooden top. There are two with a round base, one colored in white and the other in silver, both with some paint loss. The third stand has three small legs and has oxidized. (Good). 500 - 1,500

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1337 - OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 20”L x 38-3/4”W x 33-3/4”T. A double slot machine stand, composed of oak with cast metal claw legs and one interior shelf. The two door panels have a frosted glass front with four beveled diamond designs in each corner. Normal wear throughout from use. (Very Good). 200 - 400 1338 - FRONT GLASS OAK DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19-1/2”L x 38”W x 33-3/4”T. A double slot machine stand, made of oak with cast metal claw legs and one interior shelf. The front panels are leaded glass with four diamond shaped designs in each corner. There is wear throughout corresponding with use and there are some scratches on the glass. (Good). 200 - 400 1339 - LOT OF 2: CAST IRON SIDE VENDORS. Largest: 4-1/2”L x 5-1/4”W x 20”T. Lot comprises of two cast iron side vendors. 1- has a silver finish with a simple design and two front glass panels.; 1- has a polished look with one glass panel at the bottom. At the center, it reads “Delicious High Grade gum Fruit Gum 5¢ Package.”; There are scratches and scuffs on the surface of each vendor. (Good). 400 - 800

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1340 - SLOT MACHINE STAND WITH MARBLE COLUMNS. 21-1/2”L x 21-1/2”W x 32-1/4”T. A stunning single slot machine stand with an oak top, four marbled columns and an ornate cast iron base in a copper flashed finish. Nice overall condition with some light scratches to the oak top. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1341 - 5¢ ROCK-OLA MFG. CO. HOLD AND DRAW TRADE STIMULATOR. 13-1/2”L x 9”W x 13”T. Five reel poker trade stimulator, manufactured by Rock-Ola Mfg Co. in 1934. The cast aluminum cabinet has an Art Deco appearance, painted in a gold finish with black and polished metal details. Includes a side gumball vendor and rewards patrons with points. Older restoration with some surface wear. Keys included. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1342 - 5¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. BALL-GUM TRADE STIMULATOR. 8-1/2” L x 9” W x 12” T. An un-restored trade stimulator featuring many of its original components such as the award card, three reel strips and exterior finish. Complete with a gumball vendor and for 5¢, patron’s can also receive their fortune. Manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. in 1935. There is wear throughout with the paper award card displaying some soiling. Only one reel spins after inserting a coin. (Good). 300 - 800

1343 - **1¢ PIERCE TOOL & MFG. CO. WHIRLWIND TRADE STIMULATOR. 10”L x 9-1/2”W x 13-1/2”T. The case of this trade stimulator is cast aluminum with a nice finish, detailed in red and blue. For one penny, patron will receive their fortune and a ball of gum. Manufactured by Pierce Tool & Mfg. Co. in 1933. The wear on this machine is very little. (Excellent). 300 - 800 1344 - LOT OF 2: 1¢ TRADE STIMULATORS. Largest 12-1/2”L x 9-1/2”W x 11”T. Lot consists of two 1¢ trade stimulators. 1- 1¢ Roll-a-Pack trade stimulator, manufactured by Victor Vending Corp. in 1941. It has a wooden cabinet with a front aluminum cast panel, finished in a bronze color and detailed in red. Contains three cigarette themed dice. Two keys included. 7-1/2”L x 7”W x 12”T.; 1- 1¢ Blue Bird Products Co. trade stimulator with a cast aluminum case and mint vendor, also accepts nickels. Complete with an award card reading the patron’s fortune. Two keys included. 12-1/2”L x 9-1/2”W x 11”T.; Both machines show instances of wear with some minor paint loss. (Good). 300 - 800 1345 - 1¢ DAVAL MFG. CO. REEL “21” TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”L x 8”W x 9-1/2”T. Restored countertop trade stimulator, highlighting an all cast aluminum body, painted in bright blue with yellow and red details. The player must go against the house, using reels 1 and 2 with the choice of using reels 3 and 4 if needed. Manufactured by Daval Mfg. Co. in 1936. With a gumball vendor and keys. (Excellent). 300 - 800

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1346 - FRAMED THE MOUNTAIN DISTILLING CO. ADVERTISEMENT. 25-1/2”W x 39”T. A tall lithograph advertising The Mountain Distilling Co. and reads ‘We All Want “Grandpa’s Rye.”’ Depicted is a group of finely dressed gentleman, standing around a bottle of whiskey being poured into a glass. The man pouring the whiskey appears content while the rest seem to be enthralled to try “Grandpas Rye”. There is wear on the field of the sign as well as on the frame. (Good). 600 - 1,200

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1347 - SKEE BALL ARCADE SIGN. 144”L x 23”T. Large wooden arcade sign with a dark green colored base, reading “Win.. Prizes 10¢ Play Skee Ball Fun For... Everyone 10¢” in bright green and orange lettering. There are some indications of surface wear. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1348 - LIFE-SIZE FIGURAL BETTY BOOP UMBRELLA STAND. 25-3/4”L x 25-3/4”W x 61”T. Cast resin umbrella stand featuring the widely known character icon, Betty Boop. She is wearing a burlesque tuxedo with red heels to match the semi-open umbrella, a perfect storage compartment for umbrellas and canes. Her color is bright with a nice glossy finish. There is some wear throughout, crazing and scuffs with a few areas of minor paint loss on the back. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 600 1349 - GREEN BUS TIME TABLE ADVERTISEMENT. 1”L x 13-1/4”W x 16”T. This framed, official advertisement shows a time table for the Green Bus, published by the Wisconsin Motor Bus Lines in Milwaukee. The reverse side has Wisconsin Motor Bus Lines stamps on the hard board backing and frame. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 500

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1350 - THE GAMEWELL CO. FIRE ALARM BOX. 10-1/2”L x 5”W x 18”T. Original station fire alarm by Gamewell Co., cast iron and is colored in red. Affixed to the facade is a gold plaque with the number 21 embossed at the center, indicating the location the alarm was once positioned. It reads “For Fire Break Glass Open Door Pull Handle Down Once Let Go.” Light wear throughout with some small indications of paint loss. (Very Good). 200 - 500

LOT - 1351 1351 - LOT OF 3: FRAMED PRINTS OF SALOON GAMBLING. Largest: 1-1/4”L x 37”W x 30-1/4”T. All three of these contemporary prints depict a western saloon scene with a variety of famous actors as characters. Housed in identical wood frames. A nice set. (Very Good). 200 - 400

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1352 - LOT OF 3: FRAMED SLOT MACHINE PRINTS. Largest: Frame 24-1/2”T x 37”L. Lot consists of 1- graphic of the Watling Treasure slot machine, printed on canvas and nicely mounted in a frame. The print starts off in a sepia tone color from the top left then fades to black and white. Nice glossy finish. Frame, 17-1/4”T x 13-1/4”L.; 1- graphic of the Jennings slot machine, printed on canvas but purely in black and white. Also with a glossy finish. Frame, 17-1/4”T x 13-1/4”L.; 1- Mills Novelty Co. advertising print, referencing 6 other successful slot machines. Lithograped on laminated cardstock paper. Frame 24-1/2”T x 37”L. (Very Good). 200 - 500 1353 - 5¢ ZAMPERLA “EL TORO” STRENGTH TESTER. 21-1/2”L x 25”W x 56-1/2”T. Grab the bull by the horns and push, the measuring dial above will record your strength from 0 Kg to 190 Kg. Results vary from “Suckling” at the lowest to “Ursus” at the highest. It has a green metal cabinet with a figural bull at the center, all appearing to be in original condition. There is some paint loss on the housing with heavy wear and some dents. Manufactured by Zamperla. C. 1960. With new lock and key. (Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1354 - 50¢ ALLIED LEISURE INDUSTRIES WILD CYCLE ARCADE MACHINE. 30”L x 32”W x 72”T. The Wild Cycle is an arcade game, created by Allied Leisure Industries in 1970. The upright cabinet features a painted road on the sides, a clean LOT - 1354 graphic of a man riding a motorcycle on the front and a handle bar control mount. The player must stay on the lighted road and the game provides two tracks to choose from- Novice or Daredevil. “Score 12 Miles for Champion Run”. Wear is visible on the backglass with scratches to the housing and the exterior paint appears to have a slight fade. With new lock and key. (Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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LOT - 1356 1355 - 50¢ MIDWAY’S BULL’S EYE ARCADE MACHINE. 51-1/2”L x 11-1/2”W x 71”T. The Bull’s Eye manufactured by Midway in 1971, is a dart wall game with an uncommon cabinet style. It has a large backglass playing field, that can either be placed in an upright position or hung on the wall. The game requires two players with one patron as Hank(yellow button) and the other patron as Iggy(blue button). Time the release of the dart right and the higher the score will be. The design of the of the backglass fits the decade it was manufactured, nicely detailed and very bright. The backglass displays light indications of flaking and the cabinet has moderate wear. A new lock with key has been added to the machine. Only accepts two quarters as 50¢. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1356 - 50¢ MIDWAY’S TABLE TENNIS ARCADE MACHINE. 46”L x 11-1/2”W x 68”T. This game requires two players, complete with two hand held controls on each side. The player serving starts the game and the when the ball lights green, the opposing player presses the button to “hit” the ball. The game continues until the ball is missed. Large backglass playing field, very similar to the Bull’s Eye arcade game of the same company. Manufactured by Midway. C. 1972. The backglass is in great condition but there is wear throughout. New lock with key has been added to the machine. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1357 - 50¢ COIN CONCEPTS INC. SIX GUN SALOON ARCADE MACHINE. 34”L x 58”W x 76”T. Contemporary arcade game manufactured by Coin Concepts Inc. in the 1990’s, with the serial no. 8013. The cabinet is large, separated into two housing units- the larger piece contains the targets, backglass and sound and the smaller piece reads the instructions, has the pistol and ticket dispenser. It is colored in yellow with desert oasis decals. The game can have up to two players and the maximum amount of points is earned by hitting the targets in the least amount of time. New lock with key added. There is some surface wear throughout with scratches to the decals. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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LOT - 1359 1358 - 1¢ CAIL-O-SCOPE DROP CARD VIEWER. 20-1/2”L x 23”W x 70”T. This classic viewer’s marquee displays “See Our Gang Comedy”. The oak cabinet has aged nicely, with cast iron legs and all other exterior metal components are aluminum reproductions, all of which display Caille Bros. artistry well. Even though the marquee advertises 1¢, the coin slot only accepts dimes. C. 1905. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1359 - GUN BALL CARNIVAL GAME. 13”L x 13”W x 12”T. The targets are three cups placed on a pedestal, the player must properly aim the pistol at the target then shoot. If all the cups are knocked off the platform, the player wins a prize! This game includes the cups, a plethora of foam balls, four stands and two air compressor pistols. Two large canvas banners reading “Gun Ball” are also provided. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1360 - 10¢, 25¢ MIDWAY’S SEA RAIDER ARCADE MACHINE. 24-1/4”L x 23”W x 73-1/2”T. Midway produced this nautical arcade game in 1926 and it features an exciting periscope game control for players. 8 shots are given per game with extra shots awarded if 160,000 points are obtained. Backglass remains intact and the wear is only visible along the bottom of the cabinet. In great working condition and without keys. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500

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1361 - COURT MARTIAL SHADOW BOX AUTOMATON. 45-3/4”L x 9”W x 37”T. This interesting work is titled “Court Martial” and features artwork signed by Crehen, lithograph circa 1850s. All of the creatures appear to be dogs or monkeys in 19th Century military garb and when a coin is dropped into the slot, it triggers movement in the multi-depth lithographed characters. There is some skillful inpainting above the drum and along the crenelations of the fort that are almost undetectable under normal lighting. The shadow box is framed in an ornate, gold painted gesso frame which is housed in a plywood and solid wood cabinet that have been painted black and has sustained most of the chips and scratches. Appears to have been coin operated. Previously on display at Sutro Baths, Playland, and Musée Mécanique at the Cliff House, all in San Francisco. Purportedly part of the P.T. Barnum’s Museum in New York that survived the fire. (Good - Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1362 - 10 PENCE AHRENS CABLE WAYS ARCADE MACHINE. 32”L x 20”W x 80-1/2”T. An early English, Swiss mountain themed, two player arcade game. The cabinet is cast iron, painted in red and paired with black cast iron legs. The interior features die-cut, hand painted designs of mountains and clouds. The players criss-cross as they race up the mountain and the first to reach the summit gets their coin returned. Showing age in its original condition, there is moderate paint loss, a piece of glass is missing from the front, one of the handles needs to be repaired, and certain regions have oxidized. The cable cars are also not included with this machine and it is not in working order. (Good). 5,000 - 8,000 1363 - 5¢ INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE BANGORAMA ARCADE MACHINE. 23”L x 28”W x 68”T. The Congo game hunt, or the BangORama, was manufactured by International Mutoscope in 1957. A rare electro-mechanical, safari themed pistol game. There are 10 targets to shoot, when one is successfully hit, the target light will go out. Honorable titles are rewarded to winners, such as Big Game Hunt, Jungly Scout and Sharpshooter. The cabinet is white with a speckled paint design, displaying moderate wear. The backglass retains its bright facade but there is some peeling, noticeable on the letter A. This machine powers on but the gun will not shoot targets. Back door is a pegboard replacement and no key is included. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500 1364 - COIN-OP FORTUNE TELLER FLOOR MODEL ARCADE MACHINE. 38 - 1/4” x 24” x 74”. Housed in a trapezoidal wood cabinet, this fortune teller amusement machine features a female figure within and Egyptian pyramids in the background. Accented by decorative castings including a sign reading “Typewritten Ticket Here” that points to the product chute where the patron’s fortune would be dispensed. In very nice cosmetic condition with minimal signs of wear, untested. Includes two keys. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,500

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LOT - 1365 1365 - 5¢ ROCK-OLA WORLD’S SERIES PINBALL MACHINE. 40”L x 19”W x 49”T. This mechanical pinball machine requires no electricity and is flipper-less. For 5 cents, the player receives a total of 15 pinballs. Use the lower knob to elevate the pinballs, the other to plunge and release. Game is over when the pinballs have ran their course or the patron obtains 3 outs. The objective is to get the pinball to move down the center, acquiring a base or home run. With every base made, the field moves. Cabinet and interior are in superb condition. The game plays correctly. No key is included but the front door is unlocked. Circa 1934. (Excellent). 1,000 - 3,000

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1366 - 5¢ SIDEBOTTOM NOVELTY CO. SUPER SIDEBOTTOM CRANE. 30-1/2”L x 27-3/4”W x 63-1/4”T. A mid-century arcade machine, containing some toys and prizes. Manufactured by Sidebottom Novelty Co. in 1951 with a “Bally Product” coin taker. The cabinet is lined with faux crocodile skin material, paired with polished chrome hardware, detailed in red. If successful, the central opening allows the patron to receive their prize easily with a slight push against the glass panel. There is visible discoloration on the front grill, some dents on the sides and minor age related wear. Two keys are included. (Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1367 - 25¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. ROTARY MERCHANDISER ARCADE MACHINE. 32”L x 30-1/2”W x 44-1/2”T. With this machine’s release in 1931, the Rotary Merchandiser was a different take on the very popular digger and crane games. After the insertion of a quarter, the inner platform begins to rotate. By pressing the “Stop” button, the pusher will advance the prize into the drawer at the front of the machine. Included are a variety of vintage prizes. The housing is wood with cast aluminum components throughout. Manufactured by the Exhibit Supply Company. All things considered, age and wear, it is in great overall condition. With keys. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1369 - 25¢ RIDE THE CHAMPION KIDDIE AMUSEMENT RIDE. 58”L x 28”W x 44”T. This mechanical horse is fiberglass construction with airbrushed features, painted in brown with black, white and gold details. Complete with faux leather reins. Once the coin is deposited, the ride starts and plays the theme to “The Lone Ranger” which continues to play until the ride ends. Some areas appear to be weathered, from moderate use. Keys are included. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1368 - 25¢ SHAKE WITH UNCLE SAM PERSONALITY TESTER. 20”L x 21”W x 75”T. A recreation of the 1908 Caille Bros. example with 10 levels of personalities a player can receive: from “Expert On Everything” to “Tax Collector” to “Romantic”. Uncle Sam and the marquee are adorned in patriotic colors, partnered with gold and gray elements. The tester rests upon an oak stand, paired with a base finished in a darker color. Two keys are provided. (Excellent). 1,000 - 3,000

1370 - 1¢ THE MASTER TARGET PRACTICE COUNTER SHOOTING GAME. 22-1/2”L x 10”W x 18-1/2”T. Insert a coin into the pistol, aim and shoot at the target at the back end of the cabinet. The housing is colored in black with glass sides and a cast aluminum front, detailed in blue. Manufactured by the Starr Vending Machine Company. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1371 - 10¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. “SHE DRESSED IN A HURRY” DROP CARD VIEWER. 20”L x 16”W x 73”T. For 10¢, patrons can enjoy a little show with this drop card arcade viewer featuring “She Dressed In A Hurry” a “Quick Action Show” and “Approved by New York And Chicago Censors”. Manufactured by Mills Novelty Co. manufactured in the early 1900’s. The tiger stripe oak cabinet has a dark finish with the original cast iron components such as the legs and marquee holder, displaying nice heavy verdigris. There are some surface scratches on the housing with apparent paint loss on the ocular piece. No key included but the front door panel opens. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 2,000 LOT - 1371

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1372 - 25¢ MIDWAY’S FLY CARPET ARCADE GAME. 26”L x 48”W x 68-3/4”T. A 1970’s shooting gallery game, manufactured by Midway with 20 shots per quarter. The single player is up against targets that are in continuous motion. Complete with realistic sound coming from the 8-track player. The cabinet and backglass feature a Middle Eastern theme, showing some wear, possibly from use. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 800 - 2,000 1373 - ADVANCED AUTOMATIC MACHINE & DEVICE CO. PERFECT SKITTLE-ALLEY PINBALL MACHINE. 18”L x 38”W x 42”T. A rare, coin-operated, fully mechanical, pre-war pinball machine depicting the game of Skittles, an early European sport which inspired other variations of bowling as we know it today. Accepts English pennies. The playfield is in nice condition overall showing a few scrapes near the center and an area of discoloration along the lower right edge. Housed in a rich brown wood cabinet also showing some age wear and does not have a glass front. Complete and working with keys. Circa 1930. (Very Good). 800 - 2,000 1374 - 5¢ DAVAL MFG. CO. MAN ‘N THE MOON PINBALL MACHINE. 23”L x 46”W x 55”T. Electro-mechanical pre-war pinball game offering 10 balls for each nickel played. Featuring a lighted backboard with a smiling yellow moon. Very nicely restored with a blue cabinet showing no obvious signs of wear. Backboard sign does have cracking throughout. In working condition. C. 1935. Keys included. (Excellent). 2,500 - 3,500 1375 - 1¢ STONER MFG. CORP THE OVAL AUTO CRICKET PINBALL MACHINE. 22”L x 37”W x 38”T. A pre-war mechanical arcade pinball machine, known as the The Oval, manufactured by Stoner Mfg. Corp in 1933. The interior platform is in great condition and resembles a game of cricket. The exterior cabinet appears to be weathered, displaying discoloration. In complete and working condition. (Good). 800 - 1,500

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1376 - 5¢ WILLIAMS MFG. CO. JOLLY JOKER ARCADE MACHINE. 26”L x 36”W x 61”T. A single player rolldown style skill game, manufactured by Williams Mfg. Co. in 1955. A nickel provides 5 balls. If the ball does not land in any of the value pocket holes, the ball is returned for another roll. Points 1 to 10 depend on the hand of poker obtained. The playfield is clean with a nice exterior but the backglass is flaking at the top. Two keys included. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1377 - 25¢ LOVE TESTER/FORTUNE TELLER ARCADE MACHINE. 20”L x 21-1/2”W x 85”T. An arcade love tester and fortune teller, measuring the patron’s sex appeal in ten levels; from Modest to Loveable and lastly, Uncontrollable. The cabinet is wood, in great condition with cast metal elements such as the claw legs. Complete with a glass globe, reading “Fortune” in red lettering. (Excellent). 800 - 2,000

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1378 - 5¢ MARBLE GAMES CO. BUNNYBOARD PINBALL MACHINE. 39”L x 17”W x 37-3/4”T. Purely mechanical pinball machine, “A Game Of Skill” produced by Marble Games Co. in 1931. The objective of this game is to shoot the marbles into any of the pinned sections with points of 50 to 200. The construction of this machine is made of two-toned wood, showing exterior wear. The interior displays age but the playfield is in very nice condition. In working condition. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1379 - 1¢ A.B.C. COIN MACHINE CO. DOUBLE SKIPPY ARCADE GAME. 12”W x 16”T x 5-1/2”D. This tabletop arcade machine offers two games for one cent. The player is given 5 balls in each playing field. Plunge the ball into the slots that are marked by playing card symbols. Produced by A.B.C. Coin Machine Co. in 1931 to 1939. The cast aluminum cabinet displays wear and the interior shows areas have lost some of its decals. In working condition. Includes keys. (Good). 800 - 2,000


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1380 - 25¢ MIDWAYS INVADERS FROM OUTER SPACE ARCADE GAME. 30”L x 36”W x 75”T. The joystick of this game acts as a gun, properly aim the laser pointer at the targets and shoot. Complete with electronic sounds, motorized score reels and a pull-out step stool. The targets appear as space monsters, moving side to side or up and down across the back. Manufactured by Midway in 1970. In nice condition throughout with a brilliant backglass but there are some dents and surface wear on the cabinet. The machine is perfect working order and plays well. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 800 - 2,000 1381 - 5¢ MONARCH COIN MACHINE CO. SELECTOR SCOPE FORTUNE TELLER. 20”L x 25”W x 84”T. This is a fortune teller arcade machine, produced by Monarch Coin Machine Co. in 1941. The fortune teller will answer any of the five questions inscribed on the backglass. There are different questions depending on the gender but patron can choose any of the 10 buttons for an answer. The cabinet is wood and there are regions of the wood splitting, some paint loss and a piece at the top is missing. There is only minor wear on the glass. (Good). 800 - 2,000 1382 - 1¢ THE MASTER TARGET PRACTICE ARCADE GAME. 22-1/2”L x 9-3/4”W x 18-1/4”T. A target practice skill game, using the coin to make your shot at the target. If successful, the winner receives their penny back but win or lose, the player receives a ball of gum. The cabinet is wood with a black base and an aluminum front casting, detailed in a mint color. The paper instructions in the marquee appear original and slightly soiled. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 1383 - 1¢ PAUL BENNET & CO. HITLER GUM TARGET ARCADE GAME. 22-1/2”L x 9-3/4”W x 18-1/4”T. A WWII themed target practice counter game, featuring Hitler as the target. Manufactured by Paul Bennet & Co. in the 1940’s. Place the penny in the slot, aim at Hitler’s mouth and shoot. Receive a ball of gum for every coin or get your penny back if successful. The cabinet is wood with orange and blue shapes on the housing. No rear door. The casting is aluminum and the paper decals appear original. (Very Good). 800 - 2,000

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1384 - 5¢ BALLY MFG. CO. BLUE RIBBON PINBALL MACHINE. 43”L x 20”W x 42-1/2”T. A purely mechanical arcade pinball game, manufactured by Bally Mfg Co. in 1931, crafted during the pre-flipper era. For five cents, the player is given 10 balls with points accumulating when landing in a score pocket. The cabinet is black with a glossy finish and the playfield is clean. In working condition. (Excellent). 800 - 2,000

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1385 - ANIMATRONIC DINOSAUR DISPLAY. 28-1/2”L x 26”W x 36”T. This display appears to depict a young dinosaur, holding a large egg-shaped object and is standing atop a wooden box. The prehistoric raptor is highly detailed, from its scaled body to it’s color. The display entertains “life-like” movements but there are indications of surface wear throughout. The dinosaur is in working condition, moving its body in a slight forward and backward motion. (Good - Very Good). 700 - 1,200 1386 - 25¢ LOVE TESTER ARCADE AMUSEMENT MACHINE. 25” x 24” x 88”. The objective of the game is to “measure your sex appeal on this love meter.” After depositing a coin and gripping the handle, lights flash for attributes ranging from “Nasty - Try Again” to “Hot Stuff”. Reading “What Are You?” in bold lettering along both sides of the upright oak cabinet. Showing some wear to the cabinet and oxidation to the claw feet, coin chute, and handle. An older recreation of an Exhibit Supply Co. machine. With keys. (Very Good). 600 - 1,500 1387 - 1¢ MARVEL MFG. CO. SLUGGER ARCADE GAME. 12-1/2”W x 11”D x 19”T. 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 wear and the interior playfield is intact. The backglass is still in good condition but with minor peeling. Includes keys. (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,500

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1388 - 1¢ MARVEL MFG. CO. POP-UP ARCADE GAME. 12-1/2”W x 28-1/2”T x 7-1/2”D. Before the Slugger counter game, there was the Pop-Up counter game. A similar baseball themed counter game, manufactured by Marvel Mfg. Co. in 1947. The right knob pitches the ball while the left knob tries to catch it. The case is oak, showing wear especially around the knobs and the interior playfield is nicely intact. The backglass is still in good condition but with minor peeling at the bottom. In working order. Includes keys. (Fair - Good). 600 - 1,500 1389 - 5¢ WRIGLEY’S SPEARMINT CHEWING GUM VENDING MACHINE. 7” x 6 -1/2” x 20 -1/2”. This vending machine has been fully restored. It does have applied vinyl graphics. Vending machine is in great restored condition and comes with a key. (Restored). 400 - 800 LOT - 1386 142

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1390 - 1¢ STANDARD MFG. CO. LOG CABIN DUPLEX PEANUT VENDOR. 11 -1/2” x 7” x 15 -1/2”. Fantastic condition on this side by side bulk vending machine. Duplex machine comes with two keys, and has no issues. Circa 1930. (Restored). 400 - 800 1391 - LOT OF 4: 1¢ GUMBALL VENDING MACHINES AND CHICLET STORE DISPLAYS. Largest 9”L x 7-1/2”W x 15”T. Lot consists of 1 - 1¢ Columbus Model 34 chewing gum vendor with a pistachio green porcelain base. With barrel locks. C. 1936.; 1 - 1¢ Victor Model V chewing gum vendor. Composed of a red base with a black front and top, complete with a glass globe. C. 1941.; 1 - Aluminum Chiclets display that can hold small and large packs. Measuring 11-1/4”L x 9”W x 4”T.; 1 - Chiclets package containing 40 packs of gum. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

1392 - 1¢ NORTHWESTERN 33 PEANUT VENDING MACHINE. 8” x 8” x 16”. A nice original example of the Model 33 showing a yellow porcelain Art Deco base and top with clear cylindrical globe. Showing a few very minor chips to the enamel of the base edge and some evidence of chips and repainting to the lid. Includes two keys. Circa 1933. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1393 - 1¢ NORTHWESTERN 33 PEANUT VENDING MACHINE. 6 - 1/2”D x 16 - 1/2”T. A nice original example of the Model 33 showing a red porcelain octagonal base and lid with clear cylindrical globe. Showing very minor wear to the enamel. Circa 1933. Includes key. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1394 - ALLEN HERSHAL KIDDIE RIDE CAR. 60”L x 24”W x 22”T. The slick lines on this kid size ride are reminiscent of cars of the 1930’s. Cast aluminum construction with hood ornament and steering wheel. One front wheel is freely rotating while the other is locked into a permanent slight left turn. Original condition. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 2,000

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1395 - CAROUSEL DUNE BUGGY. 64”L x 41”W x 27”T. This seasoned carousel ride for four young ones is in original condition with weathered seats and a heavily cracked paint on the floor of the fiberglass body. The yellow paint on the exterior is embellished with painted flowers and there is an Italian decal on the front that reads “Soli Giancarlo”. The deep tread on the rubber tires looks great as the turning wheels are locked into turning a few degrees to the left. (Good). 800 - 2,000 1396 - CAROUSEL HORSE ON POLE. 65”L x 24”W x 85”T. A beautiful carousel horse, having undergone some restoration. The horse is a fine example of carved wood work, emulating floral decoration around its body and has a faux hair tail. Nicely airbrushed in white, the saddle is black with the reins colored in blue. The flowers are airbrushed in multi-colors to add dimension. The carousel horse is in a galloping position, mounted on a brass pole and base attachment. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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1397 - CAROUSEL GIRAFFE. 42”L x 20”W x 56”T. This carousel animal has a U-shaped hand hold / footrest that has extensive paint loss and oxidation. In original condition with paint loss throughout. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1398 - LOT OF 2: CAROUSEL ELEPHANTS. 48”L x 26”W x 45”T. Lot consists of a cute pair of carousel animals both having a front leg up but different trunk positions. 1- is colored in a light blue shade with details of green and yellow.; 1- is also colored in the same light blue shade but the details are red, pink and blue.; The hand holds and footrests are oxidized. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 LOT - 1400

LOT - 1401 1399 - LOT OF 2: CARNIVAL GREMLINS. 16”L x 30”W x 32”T. Each of these fanciful heads is constructed from strips of cloth soaked in a hardener and lightly airbrushed. The exaggerated eyes both have free floating “googly” eyes. They are each mounted on a length of oxidized square tubing. (Good - Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1400 - CAROUSEL ELEPHANT. 48”L x 26”W x 45”T. This fiberglass carousel animal has mounts in the feet, webbing reins at the front of the saddle, and oxidized iron hand hold / foot rests. Areas of paint loss throughout. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 1401 - CAROUSEL HIPPOPOTAMUS. 57”L x 24”W x 41”T. This original condition fiberglass hippo was mounted to the carousel from the bottom of two feet. Its expression is both eyes open / mouth closed around a flower. The metal handhold / footrest is heavily oxidized. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1402 - CAROUSEL HOT ROD. 60”L x 42”W x 30”T. Miniature hot rod looking carousel vehicle with “Ford” stenciled in yellow on the engine, matching the body of the vehicle. It is a single seater with rubber wheels and a decal reading “Soli Giancarlo Reggio E Italy” on the grill but does not have a steering wheel and the wheels are locked into turning a few degrees to the left characteristic of how they placed on a carousel. There is visible wear from use with some scratches on the surface. (Good). 800 - 1,500

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1403 - CAROUSEL MINI-BIKE. 44”L x 23”W x 28”T. This small, two-seater carousel bike is in original condition and heavily weathered. The handlebars are locked into a slight left turn. Motor is marked “Motori Minarelli”. Minarelli was an Italian engine manufacturer founded in 1951 that changed its name to Motori Minarelli in 1967 and is now part of Yamaha. This carousel piece is comprised of an original late 1960s to 1970s motorcycle welded into position to serve as a seat on a ride, retaining a real frame, gas tank, swing arm, and shocks. (Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1404 - **10¢ CHARLES FEY & SONS 3 JACKS COIN FLIP SLOT MACHINE. 9-1/4”L x 13-1/4”W x 17-3/4”T. Flip a coin into the playfield, in hopes the coin will land in one of the pockets corresponding with the three jackpot banks. Manufactured by Charles Fey & Sons in 1910. The cast metal cabinet boasts spiraled columns on each side, details of red on the housing and a pinfield backboard. There is some wear but in nice condition for its age. (Very Good). 500 - 800 1405 - **1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL POK-O-REEL TRADE STIMULATOR. 12”L x 9-1/2”W x 13”T. A countertop trade stimulator manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. in 1933 to 1934. The cast aluminum cabinet is detailed in red, black and baby blue, complete with five reel strips and side gumball vendor. Patron can win up to 75 free plays. One key is provided. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1406 - **LOT OF 2: 1¢ TRADE STIMULATORS. Largest 9”L x 9”W x 12-1/2”T. Lot consists of two 1¢ trade stimulators. 1- 1¢ Ball-Gum trade stimulator, manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. in 1935. It has an aluminum cast cabinet with a side gumball vendor and cigarette reel strips. The colored details have faded with normal wear throughout. 9” L x 9” W x 12-1/2” T.; 1- 1¢ “Buddy” trade stimulator, manufactured by Daval in 1940 to 1946. It has a cast aluminum case with a curved top, colored in red, yellow and green. Also, offering a side gumball vendor and cigarette reel strips. There are scratches throughout the housing. 6-1/2”L x 6”W x 8”T.; Keys included for both of the machines. (Good). 400 - 800 1407 - **1¢ PACE MFG. CO. HOL-E-SMOKES TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”L x 9-1/2”W x 11-1/2”T. This trade stimulator is the redesigned Hol-E-Smoke, manufactured by Pace Mfg. Co. in 1935, the first variation was produced in 1933. The cast aluminum cabinet features the stars-and-stripes design throughout, detailed in bright yellow and black. It appears to contain the original cigarette three reel strips. Two keys are included. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 1,200

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1408 - **25¢ BALLY’S E SERIES SLOT MACHINE. 20”L x 22”W x 39-1/2”T. A contemporary slot machine manufactured by Bally’s that features a very modern cabinet. The machine has polished nickel plating and a cast aluminum cabinet with some surface wear, most visible on the sides. “All Pays On The Centerline.” Complete with a button when in need of service. One key is included. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800 1409 - **LOT OF 2: 1¢ BAKER NOVELTY LUCKY STRIKE TRADE STIMULATORS. Both 8-1/2”L x 12-1/2”W x 4”T. Lot consists of two Lucky Strike trade stimulators manufactured by Baker Novelty Co. in 1941. Encased in an oak body with colorful and busy graphics, showing some wear. The objective of the game is to match the brand and color on both the upper and lower dials. Whether the patron wins or loses, the trade stim offers their fortune and a ball of gum. Both machines are in working condition with one on free play. One key each. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 1,200 1410 - **1¢ FIELD MFG. CO. FIVE JACKS COIN FLIP SLOT MACHINE. 16”T x 10”D x 16”W. A tabletop coin drop payout game, manufactured by Field Mfg. Co. in 1930 to 1931. The housing is oak with a front aluminum cast panel. The decal has been redone, it is colored in yellow with details of red and blue. Winnings are given directly when the coin lands in any of the five pockets. In working condition. Includes key. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1411 - **LOT OF 2: 1¢ BUCKLEY MFG. CO. CENT-A-PACK TRADE STIMULATORS. Largest: 10”L x 9-1/2”W x 12”T. Lot consists of two Buckley Mfg. Co. trade stimulators, manufactured in 1935. Both include three cigarette reel strips and award cards, offering 1 to 5 packs of cigarettes as a reward. Each is encased in a cast aluminum cabinet but show extreme wear on the glass windows, appearing oxidized. One of the machine’s is missing a lock, that machine is also not in working condition. (Fair - Good). 400 - 800

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1412 - **1¢ W. W. CO. THE HILLSBORO COIN DROP TRADE STIMULATOR. 19”T. This wooden coin drop game was made in 1898 by W.W Co. of Hillsboro, U.S.A. The cabinet has taken on a nice patina over the years and has minor wear throughout. The two glass panes in the back are cracked. One key is provided. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800 1413 - **1¢ DAVAL MFG. CO. BUDDY TRADE STIMULATOR. 7”L x 6”W x 8-1/2”T. A restored counter trade stimulator, manufactured by Daval from 1940 to 1946. The cast aluminum case has been completely restored in colors of red, blue and yellow, matched with polished details. Complete with the original cigarette reels. Offered is a ball of gum for every penny. Hit three-of-a-kind and win a pack of cigarettes. (Excellent). 300 - 800 1414 - **1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. GOLD RUSH TRADE STIMULATOR. 14”L x 7-1/2”W x 13-1/2”T. The cast aluminum front panel is finished in gold with red and black details, housed in a black cabinet. For each coin, the patron is given a ball of gum and/or “Additional Free Plays if Dials Stop on Dates Listed Below”. For example, if the reels at the top stop at “Sunday” and “20” then the patron is rewarded 20 free plays. Manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. in 1934. Moderate wear throughout, most visible on the housing. Key included. (Good). 300 - 800 1415 - **1¢ DAVAL MFG. CO. CENT-A-SMOKE TRADE STIMULATOR. 9”L x 8-1/2”W x 12”T. A Daval manufactured trade stimulator with cast aluminum housing, brightly accentuated in red and green. The title given to this machine is derived from its cigarette themed three reel strips, award card and offers cigarette packs as winnings. Complete with a side gumball vendor. C. 1935 to 1936. Normal wear is present throughout. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 300 - 800

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1416 - **1¢ DAVAL MFG. CO. CHICAGO CLUB HOUSE TRADE STIMULATOR. 12-1/2”L x 10”W x 15-1/2”T. The cast aluminum housing on this trade stimulator features a lovely Art Deco motif, detailed in black and red throughout. It features five reel playing card strips and an award card rendering the amount of points the patron can gain. Offering a gumball with every coin inserted. Manufactured by Daval Mfg. Co. in 1932 to 1933. Normal wear is present and the machine is in nice working condition. One key is included. (Very Good). 300 - 800

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1417 - **1¢ SUPERIOR CONFECTION CO. CIGARETTE GUM VENDOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 8-1/2”L x 11”W x 11-1/2”T. The cast aluminum front panel of this trade stimulator has a sleek design, starting from the base of the machine to the back with side wood panels. The casting is brightly colored in green with details of red on the decoration. 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. Normal wear throughout. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 300 - 800 1418 - **5¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. POK-O-REEL GUM VENDOR TRADE STIMULATOR. 11-1/2”L x 9”W x 10-1/2”T. Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. produced this countertop trade stimulator in 1932 to 1933 and features a side gumball vendor. The cast aluminum cabinet highlights decoration corresponding with its name and five reel playing card strips. Patrons gained points depending on the winning combinations obtained. Normal wear throughout. One key is included. (Good). 300 - 800

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1419 - **5¢ DAVAL TALLY TRADE STIMULATOR. 9-1/2”L x 9”W x 14-1/2”T. Manufactured by Daval in 1938 and features a revolving base. It contains the original numbered three reel strips and the objective of this counter game is to match the three digits on the “Tally” meter. Complete with a full cast aluminum cabinet but its color of orange and blue has visibly faded. One key is included. (Fair - Good). 300 - 800 1420 - **5¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. SOLITAIRE TRADE STIMULATOR. 14”L x 7-1/2”W x 13”T. Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. manufactured this trade stimulator in 1933 to 1934 and has since been exceptionally restored. The front aluminum cast panel is brightly finished in a lustrous gold with details of red and black. Partnered with a new award card, concentric numbered disc and refinished black cabinet. In nice working condition. One key is included. (Excellent). 300 - 800

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1421 - **1¢ BRYAN’S AUTOMATIC MACHINE WORKS 12-WIN CLOCK. 20”L x 12”W x 26”T. When Bryan’s Automatic Machine Works manufactured the 12-Win Clock in 1947, most of the public saw nothing but a clock. However, after inserting a penny into the coin entry, patron’s had a chance at winning actual money with payouts “every hour”. As read on the paper instructions “Wind up the clock by turning key to the right. Machine automatically pays a prize for Big Hand on the Red.” The wood cabinet is attractive, brightly colored in yellow with black wood panels. There is some wear throughout with light paint chips and the paper decals are slightly faded. Two keys are provided. (Good). 300 - 800

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1422 - **1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. VEST POCKET SLOT MACHINE. 6-3/4”L x 12”W x 8”T. This miniature bell countertop machine is housed in a turquoise case showing only minor paint loss, mainly concentrated around on the edges of the back door and lock. Retaining the original reel strips and matching award card flap. In working condition. Circa 1938. Includes two keys. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1423 - 1¢ DAVAL MFG. CO. HEADS OR TAILS TRADE STIMULATOR. 7-1/2”L x 8-1/2”W x 10”T. Cast aluminum three reel trade stimulator, colored in bright red with the original paper instructions included. The machine vends a ball of gum with every coin accepted. Manufactured by Daval Mfg. Co. in 1940. There is light wear on the housing with some scuffs on the side panels. Keys included. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600 1424 - 1¢ ROLL SKILL DROP COIN TRADE STIMULATOR. 7-3/4”L x 4-1/4”W x 13-3/4”T. A coin drop countertop trade stimulator, C. 1930’s. “Can You Roll The Penny Down To The Arrow Point” is embossed within the interior of the aluminum cast casing with an oak base. Nicely restored, displaying some light wear. Keys included. (Excellent). 300 - 600 1425 - **1¢ O.D. JENNINGS ROCKAWAY COIN DROP SLOT MACHINE. 12”L x 15-1/4”W x 23-1/4”T. An Art Deco style pay out machine, produced by O.D. Jennings in 1931. Place the penny in the coin slot and watch it fall through the pinfield, possibly landing in one of the five slots, each one corresponding to one of the five jackpot banks. If successful, push the knob to receive rewards. The cabinet is oak with a dark finish, paired nicely with the cast aluminum front panel, detailed in red and blue. Featured is an engraved center of two kids riding on a teeter-totter. (Excellent). 300 - 1,200

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1426 - **1¢ BALLY BABY CIGARETTE TRADE STIMULATOR. 6”L x 5”W x 7-1/2”T. Bally Manufacturing of Chicago made these cute trade stimulators in 1936. The aluminum case has only minor decoration and relies on the design of the art deco style case for its good looks. The reels have different cigarette brands pictured. An older restoration with some wear. Keys included. (Good). 200 - 400 1427 - **1¢ VICTOR VENDING ROLL A PACK TRADE STIMULATOR. 7”D x 12”T x 7-1/2”W. A countertop trade stimulator, produced by Victor Vending in 1941. The housing is oak with a light finish and the front casting is aluminum painted in copper with new decals. The dice are marked with cigarette brands. Three of a kind wins patrons a pack of cigarettes. In great overall condition with one small trace of paint chipping. In working condition. Includes key. (Very Good - Excellent). 200 - 400 1428 - **1¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. LITTLE PERFECTION TRADE STIMULATOR. 10-1/4”L x 11”W x 17-1/4”T. The Little Perfection is a tabletop trade stimulator, offering cigars as rewards since 1901 to 1926, introduced by the Mills Novelty Company. The oak housing features brushed nickel-plated hardware such as the marquee and a gorgeous hand-painted floral motif on the front of the machine. Complete with the original five poker reel strips, showing age related wear. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500 1429 - **5¢ SUN. MFG. CO. BICYCLE TRADE STIMULATOR. 20-1/2”W x 13-1/2”T x 5-3/4”D. A sought after two wheel bicycle trade stimulator offering roulette style game play. In working condition, the patron inserts a nickel, pulls the handle to the right, dropping the coin into the right side of the cabinet and with a ring of the bell, the wheels start to spin. The sum of the numbers on each wheel corresponds to the award card within, which boasts “No Blanks”. Housed in the original cabinet showing age and play wear and a possible restoration to the bike’s frame. In nice condition overall. Manufactured by Sun Mfg. Co. between 1896 and 1902. Includes keys. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500

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1430 - **5¢ CAILLE CENTAUR UPRIGHT SLOT MACHINE. 24”L x 14”W x 67”T. This upright slot machine is an older recreation of the original model produced by the Caille Bros. in 1907. The beautiful oak cabinet is a very well done replica as well as the 6-way coin head and a percentage of the mechanism. The ornate elements on the housing are cast iron and the corners around the new tin litho wheel are brass. The internal mechanism parts being that they are reproduced show evidence wear. No jackpot release is currently present. Despite the fact that it is not completely original, this is a wonderful example of a older recreation that is in fantastic condition and plays smoothly. (Very Good). 8,000 - 12,000 1431 - **5¢ WATLING MFG. CO. ROL-A-TOP TWIN JACKPOT SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 15-1/2”W x 27”T. A nice looking example of a Watling slot machine, produced in 1939. The front aluminum casting is painted yellow with red details, showcasing gold coins throughout and an overflowing cornucopia. Offered with twin jackpot reserves and fortune fruit reel strips. With replacement cash box, reel strips, back door, and cabinet. In working condition, this machine plays and pays correctly. Keys included. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000 1432 - **FANTASY 25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. HOLE IN ONE SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. This slot machine is a fantasy creation with new, golf themed reel strips, golfer and golf ball cast figures, and matching award card bib. It features one gold male golfer on each side of the jackpot and two gold golf balls in front of crossed golf clubs staggered on the top. This machine was formerly a Mills Cherry Front or Golden Falls slot machine but updated with a golf theme, circa 1946. In working condition. Does not include keys. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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1433 - **FANTASY 25¢ MILLS HOLE IN ONE SLOT MACHINE. 15”L x 16”W x 26”T. This slot machine is a fantasy creation with new, golf themed reel strips, golfer and golf ball cast figures, and matching award card bib. It features one gold male golfer on each side of the jackpot and two gold golf balls in front of crossed golf clubs staggered on the top. This machine was formerly a Mills Cherry Front or Golden Falls slot machine but updated with a golf theme, C. 1946. Showing some wear to the paint of the front casting but otherwise, very nice throughout. In working condition. Includes key. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 1434 - **5¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. BURSTING CHERRY SLOT MACHINE WITH STAND. Largest 17”L x 17”W x 34”T. A restored slot machine of Mills Novelty Co. manufactured in 1937, featuring the bursting cherry front. There is polished nickel plating throughout with details of red, white and blue. This machine is comprised of mostly reproduction parts including a replacement award card, reel strips, back door and lock, a recast back bonnet, and new wood cabinet. Paired with an oak cabinet stand, its key is nailed to the back of it. The two keys included are for the slot machine. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,800

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1435 - **REPRODUCTION 50¢ MILLS “THE WESTERNER” CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE. 16”D x 20”W x 58”T. This slot machine is a complete recreation of the Mills Novelty “The Westerner” with a reproduction console cabinet and Japanese Sega mechanism. With Alfred E. Neuman reel strips and a non-matching award card. In working order, the machine plays and pays. One key is provided. (Very Good). 800 - 1,800

1436 - **25¢ MILLS NOVELTY CO. WAR EAGLE SLOT MACHINE. 15”D x 16”W x 26”T. Nicely restored, this iconic three reel, escalator bell slot machine is emblazoned with the image of its namesake eagle, colored brightly in yellow, red, and black. Showing very little wear on either the front casting or wood cabinet with a few scrapes on the back door. Reel strips, award card, back door, and castings are replacements. The machine is also fitted with an incorrect club handle. In working condition, the machine plays and pays correctly. Circa 1931. Includes two keys. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 1441 LOT - 1440 1437 - **25¢ BALLY MFG. CO. E SERIES SLOT MACHINE. 21” x 20” x 31 - 1/2”. The cabinet on this contemporary slot machine features a modern cabinet with polished nickel plating. The cast aluminum front includes 3 colorful backglass sections and a button for needed service. Manufactured by Bally. There is surface wear on the polished finish, visible from use. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200 1438 - **5¢ BALLY THE BIG APPLE SLOT MACHINE. 16”L x 18”W x 34-1/2”T. A fabulous looking slot machine of the 1960’s, manufactured by Bally. It has a nice wood cabinet with nickel-plated features and colorful glass panels. It plays one line for 5 cents and pays more when the “Big Apple Is Lit”. Wear is moderate with scratches from use. Two keys are included. (Very Good). 200 - 500

1440 - GLASS FRONT DOUBLE SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19-1/2”L x 38-1/4”W x 33-3/4”T. A very nice stand which is able to support two standard slot machines. It is constructed of oak with two front panels and leaded glass with gold finished reliefs. Featured are two busty females with drapery surrounding them. There is some discoloration to the finish and light surface wear. (Very Good). 200 - 500 1441 - LONG OAK SLOT MACHINES STAND. 34”T x 90”W x 18”D This long oak wood slot machine stand can display up to 8 standard slot machines. There are openings below the wooden surface that can display only 4 slot machines. The condition of the wood is good with a few visible scratches covering the top. (Good). 200 - 400

1439 - OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19”L x 19”W x 33-1/2”T. A single slot machine stand, made up of oak with gold painted claw legs and matching hardware. Complete with one interior shelf. The front leaded glass panel features floral decoration etched in the center. There is minor wear on the housing but two cracks are visible on the front door. (Fair - Good). 200 - 300

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1442 - OAK SLOT MACHINE STAND. 19-1/4”L x 20-1/4”W x 36-1/4”T. A single slot machine stand, made up of oak with cast aluminum components such as the claw legs. Featured is a relief of a nude woman with robes, draped around her body. The finish on the wood is slightly discolored and there are some scratches on the top surface. A key opens the rear panel of the stand. (Very Good). 200 - 300 1443 - LOUISE PHILLIPE EARLY PINBALL TABLE. 65”L x 33-1/4”W x 41-3/4”T. This game is a variant of Bagatelle, which used pins that could be knocked down, whereas these metal pins are fixed and are closer to a game called Billiards Japonaise, all precursors to pachinko. The spring loaded plungers used to launch wooden balls into the pin field started showing up in games in the late 1700’s. This 1848 model is a rare purely mechanical pinball, the first with plungers. Case is mahogany with fruit wood banding, metal pins, and bronze gates. The diamond shaped mother of pearl inlay reads “Chevrot Ft De Jeux / Lebon Sr / Auvenue Montainge 103 Paris”. Some evidence of repairs, one ball is included. (Good Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500

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LOT - 1445 LOT - 1444 1444 - 1¢ LION MFG. CO. PURITAN BABY BELL TRADE STIMULATOR. 8”L x 9”W x 10-1/2”T. A countertop trade stimulator manufactured by Lion Mfg. Co. in 1931, containing the original three reel strips and award card. For one penny, patrons can have their fortune told. The cast aluminum cabinet appears to have been restored at some point in time, displaying colors of red, green and blue. There is minor paint loss and the plastic protecting the award card is slightly coming off. Functions properly. Previously purchased from The Smith Collection Of Penny Arcade. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800 1445 - **LOT OF 2: 1¢ AND 5¢ TRADE STIMULATORS. Larger: 10” x 9” x 10” Lot consists of 1- 1¢ Whooperdoo trade stimulator, manufactured by Western Products in 1939. The cast aluminum case is painted in red with three cigarette reel strips inside. Offering a ball of gum for every penny. Includes key. Measuring 9-1/2” x 9” x 9”.; 1- 5¢ Liberty trade stimulator, manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. in 1940. It has a sports themed award card and three reel strips. The cast aluminum cabinet is silver and features a boxing decal at the center. Includes key. Measuring 10” x 9” x 10”.; Both lots display moderate wear and discoloration commensurate with age. Neither are working. (Good). 300 - 800

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1446 - **5¢ GREAT STATES MFG. CO. SANDY’S HORSES TRADE STIMULATOR. 17”L x 12”W x 7-3/4”T. Place a coin in the slot for your horse of choice and then watch the horses spin. The horse that finishes in front of the Judges Stand wins. Manufactured by Great States Mfg. Co. in 1936. The housing is oak with cast aluminum components and features horse racing theme graphics. The metal plating shows wear and there is some discoloration on the cabinet. (Very Good). 300 - 800

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1447 - **1¢ A.B.T. MFG. CO. HALF MILE TRADE STIMULATOR. 7”T x 13”W x 16”L. This is a horse race themed trade stimulator, manufactured by A.B.T. Mfg. Co. from 1936 to 1939. Place the coin into one of the seven slots to place bets, pull the lever and the wheel will spin the seven horses. The cabinet is made of oak with details of orange and red, the interior has also been kept nice. There is moderate wear throughout the exterior. (Good). 300 - 800 1448 - PLAY-WRITE SALES CO. PLAY-WRITE TRADE STIMULATOR. 16-1/4”L x 11”W x 10-1/2”T. The objective of this game is to have your numbers match with the numbers on the reel strips. The machine has a clean oak cabinet with a cast aluminum front and top. Manufactured by Play-Write Sales Co. in 1950. The counter trade stimulator displays moderate throughout with some discoloration but is in nice condition overall. (Good). 300 - 800

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1449 - 25¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. HORSE SHOES TRADE STIMULATOR. 17-1/2”L x 10”W x 5”T. This is a countertop dice game, manufactured by Exhibit Supply Co. in 1935. Dice one is numbered 1 to 6. Dice two is place, show or win. Dice three is win, place, or show, with different number combinations. A select bar on the front side allows the player to select a horse numbered 1 to 6. Then watch the dice shake at the center. The oak cabinet has a glass top with a display of grandstands in the background and six racing horses. Minimal wear. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800 1450 - LOT OF 2: COUNTER GAMES. Largest 13-1/2”L x 7-1/2”W x 11”T. Lot consists of two counter games. 1- French coin operated counter game, manufactured by Nord Distribution in 1940. After the coin is inserted, guess what color ball will appear at the center then turn the handle. The game is purely for amusement. Two keys are included. 13-1/2” L x 7-1/2” W x 11” T.; 1- is the Chuck-O-Luck, a tabletop dice cage with a handle to rotate the cage a full 360 degrees. Contains five dice. The interior of the cage is lined with green felt on both sides and the exterior is lined with red. 5-1/4” L x 5-1/4” W x 12” T.; Both of the items display normal wear. (Good). 200 - 400

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1451 - 5¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. LIBERTY TRADE STIMULATOR. 10”T x 9”W x 10”D. The case of this trade stimulator is cast aluminum, the red paint displays some loss as well as on the boxing decal at the center. The three reel strips are sports themed, corresponding to the award card that offers additional game plays for every win. In non-working condition. Manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. in 1940. Includes two keys. (Good). 200 - 400

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1452 - 5¢ MANSFIELD’S AUTOMATIC CLERK GUM VENDOR. 7-3/4”L x 7”W x 16-1/2”T. For a nickel, a bell will sound and the automatic column dispenses gum by flipping it from the top into the lower product chute. Mansfield offered gum flavors such as peppermint and the unique flavor, blood orange. Made mostly of glass and having a rectangular boxed shape, allowing patrons to view the clock work mechanism within. The reverse glass mirror marquee reads “Mansfield’s Choice Pepsin Gum Dispenser” and appears to be original. A highly successful machine, manufactured in 1902 by the Automatic Clerk Company with the serial no. 77782. Patina is visible on the machine, wear commensurate with age. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

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1453 - **1¢ FAIREST WHEEL CO. FAIREST WHEEL TRADE STIMULATOR. 5-1/4”L x 14”W x 21-3/4”T. When a coin is dropped in the coin slot at the top of the wooden frame, the wheel will begin to rotate. The construction and look of this trade stimulator enticed patron after patron to play a penny. Crafted by The Fairest Wheel Co. in 1895. Completely framed in oak with glass front and side panels. Minimal wear throughout. In working condition. (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1454 - 5¢ MILLS ARCADE VIEWING MACHINE. 17”L x 22”W x 64-1/2”T. Mills Novelty Co. of Chicago started manufacturing these viewers in 1903. This specimen is in original condition and has a factory sticker on the inside of the door that shows this is Serial No. 337 and was inspected in 1906. There are several extra photograph cards inside as well as the original cylindrical iron cash box. The cabinet is oak with gorgeous grain on the front door. The cast iron, claw foot legs, handles and viewing port have a period copper finish. The marquee is an aluminum reproduction and matches pretty well. Included are rare stereographs of the Old West, including a cowboy lynching, titled “A Necktie Party.” One key is provided. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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1455 - 5¢ GOTTLIEB’S AUTO RACE PINBALL MACHINE. 23-1/2”L x 56”W x 65”H. An electro-mechanical arcade game, requiring one player, manufactured by Gottlieb in 1956. Only 1,500 units ever produced. 5 balls are provided with every nickel but this particular lot does not have its coin mechanism. One to five replays are rewarded to the player if a certain number of points is acquired. The cabinet is older displaying some paint wear and surface scratches. There is some discoloration on the playfield but the backglass remains intact. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 2,000

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1456 - 10¢ WILLIAM’S PINCH HITTER ARCADE GAME. 26”L x 69”W x 73-1/2”T. An early pitch n’ bat arcade game, requiring one or two players. If two patrons participate, the opposing player can control the pitch, either a Fast Ball or a Curve Ball. The backbox animates with every run. Manufactured by Williams in 1959. There is exterior wear throughout the cabinet and some peeling on the backglass, both commensurate with age. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,500 1457 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. BOMBS AWAY ARCADE GAME. 26-1/2”L x 21”W x 82”D. This is a WWII conversion of ESCO’s Hi-Ball, circa 1939. A large vertical pinball type mechanical arcade game, with three balls provided for every nickel. Insert the coin and hold the chute until all three balls fall. Release the ball using the plunger and launch the ball using the faux leather pad. There are three levels of points the ball can fall in; 50, 100 and 200. Each level resulting in honorable titles such as; 100 points- Captain, 200 points- Commander and 300 points- Ace. The housing is wood with aircraft’s stenciled throughout. Minimal wear, the cabinet was made to look a little weathered. In working condition. One key is included. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,500

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1458 - 1¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. INDIAN DICE COUNTER PINBALL GAME. 18-1/2”L x 13”W x 14-1/2”T. The player of this game receives 5 steel balls for every nickel inserted. The pinball-style game’s objective is to land the ball in any slot marked by images of dice. Manufactured by Exhibit Supply Co. in 1931. Worn playfield with some surface scratches on the exterior housing. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,500

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1459 - 1¢ WESTERN PRODUCTS GRIP STRENGTH TESTER WITH STAND. 21-1/2”L x 19”W x 47”T. Test the strength of your grip by pulling the levers apart and then pushing them together. The dial measures strength in pounds from 0 to 250. There are two reference charts, informing patrons the average strength according to gender and age. The case is cast metal, painted in red with a yellow decal and rests nicely on a black pedestal. Manufactured by Western Products. There is wear throughout, commensurate with age. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1460 - COIN OPERATED WILLIAMS MFG. CO. BOX SCORE ARCADE GAME. 70-1/4”L x 23-1/4”W x 64-1/2”T. This is roll down style arcade game, manufactured by Williams Mfg. Co. in 1947. The player is given a set amount of balls to roll down onto the playfield to acquire points. It is a single player machine, complete with a vertical running man unit on the backglass. The long cabinet is in nice condition but there is some instances of the wood splitting as well as on the playfield. There are traces of peeling on the backglass but it still retains its bright qualities. No mechanism is present. Non-working. (Good). 500 - 1,500 1461 - 1¢ ASSOCIATED AMUSEMENTS MIKE & JAKE ARCADE GAME. 16”W x 19”T x 9”D. A two player tabletop arcade game, manufactured by Associated Amusements in 1947. The player who inserts the coin, makes the first shot and the opposing player will guard. The loser pays for the next game. The cabinet is oak with a fresh glass decal and has a clean interior. Minor surface wear with some scratches to the housing around the control levers. In working condition. Includes keys. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 1,000 1462 - 5¢ J.F. FRANTZ MFG. CO. KICKER & CATCHER ARCADE GAME. 13”W x 11”D x 16-1/2”T. This is a mechanical arcade game, manufactured by J.F. Frantz in the 1940’s. Player uses the right knob to kick and the left knob to catch. This tabletop machine has a metal body, colored in mint green and black with a white speckled paint design. The figural catcher of this machine appears to be original. There is moderate wear throughout, commensurate with age and use. In working order, on free play. Includes key. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,200

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LOT - 1463 1463 - 5¢ J.F. FRANTZ MFG. CO. LITTLE LEAGUE ARCADE GAME. 13”L x 10”W x 18”T. The counter game is very similar to the Kicker & Catcher game, which was also manufactured by J.F. Frantz. Players launch the balls into the playfield while taking control of the left player to catch them for additional play. The cabinet is metal, painted blue with a white base and shows minor wear. The interior is painted green and is clean, complete with a figural baseball player. Previously purchased from The Smith Collection Of Penny Arcade. (Good). 500 - 1,000 157


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1464 - 1¢ RUFFLER & WALKER PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY ARCADE GAME. 24-1/2”T x 44-1/2”W x 38-1/2”T. An mechanical arcade game, boasting a hockey theme, manufactured by Ruffler and Walker. The company dominated the UK coin-op business throughout the 1950’s and 1960’s. This arcade machine is just one example of their simple craftsmanship. Requiring two players and 5 cents per game play. The housing is oak, showing some wear and the two manikin players appear to be slightly discolored. Includes keys. Previously purchased from The Smith Collection Of Penny Arcade. (Good). 500 - 1,000 1465 - 5¢ GOTTLIEB’S FLYING TRAPEZE PINBALL MACHINE. 48”L x 24”W x 43”T. A mechanical pinball machine, manufactured by Gottlieb in 1947. The playfield features graphics of acrobatics in air, hence the name Flying Trapeze. The exterior cabinet is oak, displaying some wear and the interior is clean with some surface scratches from use. (Good). 500 - 1,200

1466 - 1¢ ROLL SKILL PENNY DROP ARCADE GAME. 4-1/2”L x 7-1/2”W x 13-1/2”T. This is a counter coin drop skill game, produced some time in the 1930’s. The cabinet is pressed steel, colored in red and black with a cast aluminum front panel. The interior is embossed and reads “Can You Roll The Penny Down To The Arrow Point” with a red arrow pointing down to the target. In nice condition throughout. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1467 - 1¢ FILMASCOPE MFG. CO. PLAY BASKET BALL ARCADE GAME. 11-1/2”L x 22-1/4”W x 17-3/4”T. This game requires two players and provides 20 shots per penny. The orange and black holes correspond to the levers, as well as the colors of the basket. The pressed steel cabinet is colored in black with glass sides and retains the original paper background. Manufactured by Filmascope Mfg. Co. in the 1930’s. There is age related wear throughout. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200

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1468 - 1P TARGET SKILL SHOOTING GALLERY COUNTER GAME. 31”L x 11-1/4”W x 17-3/4”T. A large counter game, accepting one English penny to play. “Totem” is embossed on the back end of the interior with “South Hampton” engraved underneath it. The cabinet is oak with a cast aluminum front, a pistol attachment and glass sides. The exterior and interior hardware are detailed in red and blue. There is some wear to the housing but overall, it is cool arcade game in nice condition. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,200 1469 - 1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. ZOOM FLIP BALL ARCADE GAME. 9”L x 15”W x 23-3/4”T. For one penny, the player is give one ball. Plunge the ball into the spiral, possibly landing in from 1940 to 1941. The cabinet is completely restored with a new look to the interior and the 1¢ denomination tag in its original state. In working condition. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

1470 - 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. C. 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

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1471 - BALLOON BUST CARNIVAL GAME. Largest: 9”L x 42-3/4”W x 37-1/2”T. The objective of this game is to pop as many balloons as possible with either the time allotted or with the number of bean bags provided. Another option, the bean bags can be replaced with darts. A black wood cabinet with an abundance of pockets, holds the balloons in place. Included is a large banner, balloons and some bean bags for throwing. (Good). 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 1473 LOT - 1472 1472 - 1¢ DAVAL SKILL THRILL COUNTER ARCADE GAME. 24-1/2”L 9”W x 12”T. A counter game of a pistol made to shoot the penny entered in the coin slot at the top of the gun. The cast aluminum cabinet is silver with gold painted hardware, featuring warplane graphics within the interior. Produced by Daval in the early 1940’s. There is wear commensurate with use and age and it will not accept coins. (Good). 400 - 1,200 1473 - **20, 30¢ LE CONQUERANT FRENCH COUNTER TRADE STIMULATOR. 19”L x 7”W x 28”T. Each winner of this game is entitled to 1 token valued at 20 or 30¢, as indicated on the instructions. The cabinet of the French counter game exhibits carved regions, such as the elegant scrolled marquee. The interior is lined with velvet material, partnered with floral brass decoration, detailed in silver paint. There are traces of oxidation, wood splitting and minor wear. Includes one silver steel ball. (Good). 400 - 1,000 160

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LOT - 1476 LOT - 1474 1474 - 5¢, 10¢ CHICAGO COIN SHOOTING GALLERY ARCADE MACHINE. 30”L x 48”W x 71”T. The cabinet of this Chicago Coin shooting gallery arcade machine is in original condition. There is moderate wear on the housing with some areas of oxidation, the backglass and front glass are also missing. The cabinet still contains the original mechanism as well as the animal targets and the paper instructions. Though this machine is not complete, it is in nice working condition. Keys are included. (Good). 400 - 1,000 1475 - COIN OPERATED BINKS INDUSTRIES INC. ZIPPER SKILL ARCADE GAME. 13”L x 9”W x 17-1/2”T. A countertop arcade game, produced by Binks Industries Inc. in 1932. Patrons are given 5 balls for every game play. The cabinet is oak, painted green but shows moderate wear. Complete with the original award card and nice colored playfield. Previously purchased from The Smith Collection Of Penny Arcade. (Good). 400 - 800 1476 - 10¢ A.B.T. MFG. CO. TARGET SKILL ARCADE GAME. 27”L x 10-1/2”W x 17-1/4”T. A counter game manufactured by A.B.T. Mfg. Co. from 1925 to 1939, offering 10 shots for every 10 cents. Aim and shoot targets, acquiring points ranging from 10 to 50. The cabinet has been restored, painted in black and yellow. The cast aluminum hardware has been nicely detailed in red, yellow and blue. There is some wear, mostly on the sides of the housing but the interior is clean. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1477 - 1¢ VICTOR VENDING CORP. HOME RUN ARCADE GAME. 26”L x 10-3/4”W x 14-1/2”T. The objective of this counter game is to bat the released ball into the target but win or lose, a ball of gum is provided. The machine is encased in oak with front glass and a cast aluminum pistol grip to bat the ball. Baseball themed and the window displays an array of gumballs. Manufactured by Victor Vending Corp. in 1940. Wear is mostly on the exterior. (Good). 400 - 800

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1478 - 10¢ A.B.T. MFG. CO. TARGET SKILL ARCADE GAME. 27”L x 10-1/2”W x 16-1/4”T. For every dime inserted, the player is given 10 shots and 5 targets. The score is kept on the counter at the top of the cabinet with “Your Score” engraved at the top. The cabinet is wood, colored in red and yellow with cast metal hardware. Manufactured by A.B.T. Mfg. Co. from 1925 to 1939. Wear throughout. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

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1479 - 1¢ A.B.T. MFG CO. TARGET SKILL BIG GAME HUNTER ARCADE SHOOTER. 26-3/4”L x 10-1/2”W x 18”T. This counter game requires one player and for every penny, 9 shots are given. Manufactured by A.B.T. Mfg. Co. from 1925 to 1939. The restored cabinet features a cast metal marquee, reading “Big Game Hunter” with embossed designs of an animal’s head on each side. The housing is wood, colored in white and blue with red striped detailing. The cast metal hardware is nicely polished but the pistol is in original condition. There is wear throughout such as some paint chipping and a little damage on the edge of the base. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800 1480 - 2¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO.’S VACUUMATIC CARD VENDER. 23”L x 16-1/2”W x 41”T. This card vendor is known as the Vacuumatic, introduced in the 1950’s by Exhibit Supply Co. and features dual columns. Offering different popular picture cards with two categories to choose from- Hollywood Lovelies and Bikini Bathers. The facade displays beautiful examples of women in all shapes and sizes but there are no other cards provided other than the ones displayed in the window. A total of 24 cards. Also reading “Buy A Full Set - Decorate Your Den Or Playroom”. The cabinet is wood with yellow trim and has a translucent bright pink marquee. There are surface scratches throughout with loss of color. (Good). 300 - 800 1481 - 1¢ MUTOSCOPE ARCADE VIEWER. 24”L x 11-1/2”W x 20”T. A tabletop version of an arcade viewer, manufactured sometime in the 1920’s. It has a cast metal body with a curved top and a patriotic decal of the American Eagle. The hardware is painted gold such as the coin taker and ocular piece. There are surface scratches on the cabinet with sections of paint loss. Not currently working. (Good). 300 - 700

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1482 - 5¢ STRIKING POWER STRENGTH TESTER. 17-1/2”L x 17-1/2”W x 72”T. What is the Striking Power of your Fists? indicated on the acrylic marquee with a dial measuring 0 to 900. Players can use their left or right hand and strike the faux leather pad at the center. Constructed of wood, certain parts may appear missing but parts such as the coin mechanism are tucked inside. Moderate wear throughout from age and use. No key. (Good). 300 - 1,200

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1483 - 5¢ EXHIBIT SUPPLY CO. GOAL LINE DICE GAME. 16”L x 10”W x 5”T. Insert a coin and watch the wheel spin as the dice shake throughout the enclosed space at the center. Points are earned for certain dice combinations. Manufactured by the Exhibit Supply Company from 1931 to 1939. The cabinet is wood with a glass top and football themed graphics. Some wear throughout. (Good). 300 - 600

1486 - 1¢ SILVER KING NOVELTY CO. BUFFALO TARGET PRACTICE GUM VENDOR. 24”L x 9-1/2”W x 17-3/4”T. Drop a penny into the pistol, aim at the buffalo and shoot. If successful, the coin will return to the player but regardless of the outcome, the player will receive a ball of gum. Manufactured by Silver King Novelty Co. in the 1940’s. The cast aluminum cabinet is painted gray with details of red and the buffalo finial is painted silver. There are moderate scratches on the acrylic top but the interior is still visible. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800

1484 - 1¢ SILVER KING NOVELTY CO. SHOOT THE DUCK ARCADE GAME. 23-1/4”L x 9-1/2”W x 18-1/2”T. A tabletop shooting gallery, manufactured by the Silver King Novelty Co. in 1949. The cast aluminum cabinet is painted blue with yellow details such as the three target ducks. The larger duck at the top has a silver finish. The objective of the game is to use the coin to help make the shot, “Turn Knob On Right Side Of Machine To Reset Targets.” There is moderate wear throughout the housing with some surface scratches and pink colored spotting. There is some color loss on the back end of the interior. (Good). 300 - 600

1487 - 1¢ KEEENY & SONS, INC. STEEPLECHASE ARCADE GAME. 18”T x 14”W x 8-1/2”D. After inserting one penny, the player receives 6 multi-colored balls. Lift the lever to raise the balls, then watch them race down to the finish line. Manufactured by Keeney And Sons, Inc. in 1935. Housed in a dark oak cabinet and has a very clean interior with minor scratches around the wood. (Very Good). 300 - 1,200

1485 - 1¢ DAVAL MFG. CO. SKILL THRILL PISTOL ARCADE GAME. 25”L x 9”W x 12”T. Players press their coin into the pistol and aim to get it into the small target at the back. If they’re successful, they receive their coin back. This WWII themed countertop game was produced by Daval in 1941 and features colorful graphics of battleships and bomber planes. The cast aluminum cabinet and pistol display some wear with small yellow paint spots. (Good). 300 - 600

1488 - 1¢ GROETCHEN TOOL & MFG. CO. SKILL SHOT FLIP BALL ARCADE GAME. 23-1/2”T x 15”W x 9-1/2”L. For one penny, a steel ball is released and the patron must plunge it into the “Hit” pockets. By achieving this, three additional steel balls are added for another play. The cabinet is wood, painted in bronze with details of blue and red. The graphics on the backglass are slightly peeling. Manufactured by Groetchen Tool & Mfg. Co. in 1940. (Good). 300 - 800 1489 - 1¢ NORTHWESTERN 33 PEANUT VENDING MACHINE. 8” x 8” x 16”. A very nice original example of the Model 33 showing a black porcelain Art Deco base and white top with clear cylindrical globe. Showing a single chip to the enamel of the base to the left of the product chute. Includes three keys. Circa 1933. (Excellent). 300 - 600

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LOT - 1490 1490 - TWO VICTOR MODEL V VENDING MACHINES ON STAND. 14 - 1/2”D x 48 - 1/2”T. A pair of bulk vendors mounted side by side on a stand. Both machines are in original condition showing some minor wear to the porcelain with a few chips from the enamel on the red base and an area of oxidation toward the back of the white base. Manufactured by Victor Vending Corp. in 1941. Includes three keys. (Very Good). 300 - 800 1491 - 1¢ OAK MFG. CO. OAK PREMIERE GUM AND CARD VENDOR. 12”L x 13”W x 37-1/4”T. The construction of this vendor is composed of a cast iron back panel and side panels with a cast aluminum top and front, all painted in firetruck red. The machine rests nicely on an ornate cast metal stand, colored in black with a glossy finish. The vendor offers gum at the center and two choices for baseball cards. Pictured on the left side are “Future Stars” from the White Sox and the Royals. Pictured on the right are major league prospects. Produced by Oak Mfg. Co. in 1956. There are traces of oxidized metal and some scratches on the hardware. One key is included. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800

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LOT - 1492 1492 - 1¢ NORTHWESTERN CORP. MERCHANDISER GUMBALL MACHINE. 16”D x 48 - 1/2”T. A 1930’s gumball machine, known as the Merchandiser, produced by the Northwestern Corporation. Its body and lid are mint green porcelain, paired with a glass globe and it rests nicely on a black stand. This model features the optional front marquee, which reads “Fresh! Salted! Peanuts.” There is exterior wear but the enamel retains its glossy finish. (Good - Very Good). 200 - 600 1493 - 5¢, 10¢ TROPICAL TRADING CO., INC. THE CHALLENGER DELUXE HOT NUT VENDOR. 13-1/2”L x 18-1/2”W x 53-3/4”T. For five cents, patrons can choose from three different vendors on one machine- “HOT” mixed nuts and pistachio nuts. It is constructed of cast aluminum with a steel AJAX Cups side vendor, manufactured by Tropical Trading Company Inc. in the 1940’s. Has a nice brushed chrome finish with decals detailed in red and yellow. The top piece is die cut to read “Fresh Hot Nuts” in red. The vendor rests gently on a black metal stand. Wear throughout. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1494 - CARNIVAL CLOWN HEAD GARBAGE CAN TOPPER. 23-1/2”Dia x 32”T. This vintage piece is airbrushed fiberglass with walls about 1/16” thick and in original condition. There is a partial manufacturing tag on the rear that indicates it was made in Puerto Rico. The topper is moderately worn with many areas of scratches, scuffs and some enamel wear. (Good - Very Good). 750 - 1,200

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LOT - 1496 1495 - LOT OF 3: FRAMED CIRCUS POSTERS. Largest: 29-1/4”L x 23-1/4”W. Lot consists of framed posters 1- Robinson Bros. Trained Animal Shows poster, “Printed in U.S.A. By Donaldson Litho Co.” with a colorful display of aerial acrobatics. There are indications of crease marks throughout.; 1- Barnum & Bailey Greatest Show On Earth poster, advertising “Bears That Dance Skate, Play Musical Instruments, Walk The Tight-Rope, Ride Bicycles And Are Actual Comic Actors.” The graphic renders exactly what is stated, bears scattered sporadically performing human acts. By The Strobridge Litho Co., Copyrighted 1916. Some scuffs and scratches on the glass with a small piece missing on the bottom right corner and light wear on the frame.; 1- Barnum & Bailey Greatest Show on Earth poster, “The two greatest riders in horse sketches true, Of Paradise Alley and Fifth Avenoo.” with a magical illustration of valiant ladies standing on two galloping horses. Not framed, also by Strobridge Litho Co.. (Very Good - Excellent). 900 - 1,600 1496 - CARNIVAL SIDESHOW BANNER BY BOBBY WICKS. 92”W x 114”T. This canvas sideshow banner is composed of different sections sewn together, each corner is with a leather support and a metal ring for hanging. The colorful piece was hand-painted and signed by Bobby Wicks. Three monkeys are depicted putting on an acrobatic show. A great graphic but there are some stains and the colors have faded slightly. (Good). 1,000 - 1,500

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1497 - VINTAGE POPCORN SIGN. 3/4”L x 48”W x 96”T. This sign is hand painted on 3/4” plywood as a giant bag of popcorn. The lettering is vinyl. C. 1992. (Good - Very Good). 700 - 1,500 1498 - HAUNTED HOUSE FIBERGLASS VULTURE. 15”L x 27”W x 25”T. This fiberglass scavenger is best viewed from the front and is mounted on an incorporated wood base. The color is airbrushed and there are some tattered feathers around the base of its neck. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1499 - CAROUSEL MINI-BIKE. 46”L x 24”W x 28”T. This small, two-seater carousel bike is in original condition and heavily weathered. The handlebars are locked into a slight left turn. Motor is marked “Motori Minarelli”. Minarelli was an Italian engine manufacturer founded in 1951 that changed its name to Motori Minarelli in 1967 and is now part of Yamaha. This carousel piece is comprised of an original late 1960s to 1970s motorcycle welded into position to serve as a seat on a ride, retaining a real frame, gas tank, swing arm, and shocks. (Good - Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1500 - LONG BEACH PIKE “TEA CUP” RIDE MODEL. 30-1/4”L x 30-1/2”W x 36-1/2”T. This is an electrically operated model mirroring the classic tea cup amusement park ride. “Push to see model of Long Beach Pike Ride Operate.” It is composed of plywood and plastic, displaying hand-painted artistic detail. There are regions of wear and paint loss. (Very Good). 800 - 2,500

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1501 - DUCK BRAND MACKINTOSHES ADVERTISING FIGURE. 13-1/2”L x 6”W x 10-1/2”T. Cast iron figural duck windup nodder advertising rubberized raincoats or mackintoshes. The head of the duck is composed of very early lead type composite with a wooden beak that opens and closes upon the movement of head. The mechanism inside is original and in perfect working order. The entire piece is in original condition showing a nice patina with some remnants of older paint more prominent on the underbelly. (Very Good). 4,000 - 7,000

1502 - PAPER MACHE “ PURITY” BULLDOG. 28-1/2”L x 12-1/2”W x 17-3/4”T. Offered is a life-size paper mache bulldog, advertising “Purity A Dog On Good Whiskey”. The figural canine is painted in black and white with gold embossed lettering. An older restoration done by K.L.Bloomquist owner of “Desert Johns Museum” in Deer Lodge Montana as evident by the signature under the right front leg, dated 3/77. There are some traces of the paint flaking off but it has an overall charming appearance. Adorned with beautiful original glass eyes. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1503 - INDIAN SAMOSET CHOCOLATES COUNTER DISPLAY. 36”L x 9”W x 12”T. Large plaster figural advertising display of an Indian paddling his canoe down a river with Samoset Chocolates embossed on the side. Marked by the artist, Farrington. The interior is hollow with a rubber bottom. The presence of this nicely restored display shows great character, truly worth being in any collection. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000

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LOT - 1506 1504 - FIGURAL ROOSTER COUNTRY STORE DISPLAY. 13”L x 16-1/2”W x 30”T. Advertised in original hand painted lettering on the body of the rooster and base of the display are the words “Mach’s General Country Store” - “Thank You” is written is beautiful script letters on the back of the base. This is a one of a kind display. Very rare that paper mache shows up in such great condition considering its age. Certainly a center piece in any country store collection. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1505 - PAPER MACHE “CLAYTONS DOG REMEDIES” BULLDOG. 28”L x 13-1/2”W x 14-1/2”T. Advertised is Claytons Dog Remedies on a life-size paper mache bulldog, wording is embossed, colored in brown with a white underside. The figural canine is wearing an embellished collar, painted in black and gold. A very cool example of antique advertising with some paint wear throughout. Great original piece. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500

1506 - PAPER MACHE “BEAR PHOTO SERVICE” ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 30”L x 10”W x 13-1/2”T. Rare and stunning gold painted paper mache bear with “Bear Photo Service” embossed on both sides, detailed in black. Some paint wear throughout. Don’t miss this opportunity to add this one of kind piece into your collection and gawk over its charming appearance. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,000 1507 - ROBERTSON’S GOLDEN SHRED MARMALADE “GOLLY” BOY STATUE. 12”L x 10-1/2”W x 26”T. Large resin statue of a finely dressed boy, boasting a jar of Robertson’s Golden Shred Marmalade. The base reads “Golly it’s Good!” There is a small amount of paint wear, most visible on the back and the bottom of the base is worn. This is an early light up display, hard to find in any condition. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500

LOT - 1509 1508 - MCGREGOR “HAPPY FOOT” STORE DISPLAY. 10-1/2”L x 6”W x 16-1/4”T. A 1930’s figural sock with an astonishing human-like face, known as Happy Foot for McGregor, a Canadian based retailer. Since the 1920’s, their socks were the #1 seller and still dominate the market today. The sock is painted gold, atop a black base. There is minor paint wear throughout that does not distract. (Very Good). 500 - 800

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1509 - GEORGE BRAUNINGER’S SPECIAL IN-THE-RED COST ANALYSIS PENCIL. 2-3/4”Dia x 47”L. A large detailed trade sign display, resembling a sharpened pencil with an eraser and reads George Brauninger’s Special In-The-Red Cost Analysis Pencil. Hand-painted with crazing and age wear that makes for a superb look that could never be duplicated. Complete with chain attachments for hanging. A superior piece of early advertising that is possibly one of a kind. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1510 - E. T. COWDREY & CO. TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 21-1/4”L x 15-1/4”W. An E.T. Cowdrey & Co. sign, “Manufactures of Pickles, Preserves, Sauces & Canned Goods.” Also reading, “Manufactory and Warehouse For All Kinds...” with a depiction of the building and its location. An incredible sign by the Worcester Metal Sign Co., there is wear on the field with minimal paint loss. Very early, c. 1870. (Good). 3,000 - 6,000

1511 - HERRING’S SAFES VAULTS & BANK LOCKS TIN ADVERTISEMENT. 20-1/2”L x 14-1/2”W. Advertising the Herring’s Safes Vaults & Bank Locks with a clear illustration of a bank safe and its interior, made by Herring, Farrel & Sherman. A fine example of early advertisement in nice condition but shows wear and some discoloration throughout the field. By the Worcester Metal Sign Co. of Massachusetts. Very early, c. 1870. (Good - Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

1512 - FRAMED THE INDEPENDENT WATCH CO. ADVERTISING POSTER. 31”L x 23”W. A fine example of early advertising by The Courier Lith. Co. of Buffalo, N.Y. for The Independent Watch Company. The sign states why one should purchase a Fredonia Watch, “Entire Watch Made By Machinery.” - “Always on Time!” - “Never Fail!” and “The Best And Cheapest Watch on Earth.” Three different pocket watches are depicted on the poster, as well as an illustration of the Independent Watch Co.’s building. There is some spotting, noticeable around the edge of the poster. (Very Good). 2,000 - 3,000

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1513 - FRAMED HOME INSURANCE CO. ADVERTISING POSTER. 48-1/4”L x 32-1/4”T. This sign is by Litho. of Sarony, Major & Knapp, advertising the Home Insurance Co. which also reads “Cash Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus Over $500,000.” It lists the many firms associated with the Home Insurance Co. and there is a small depiction of a happy family at the center. Traces of light soiling along the bottom of the lithograph is visible but overall, it has a charming appearance. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500

1516 - DAVID’S PRIZE SOAP ADVERTISMENT. 27-1/2”L x 22-1/4”W. Colorful and whimsical image showing a group of five Asian men gathered around a wash tub, using the product, one demonstrating to the others that a gold coin was found within a bar of soap. Reads “There’s money in it” and “Try it-you’ll like it!”. Little to no wear. Housed in a black frame under museum glass. A fantastic unusual piece of untouched advertising that would enhance any collection. Near mint condition. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000

1514 - FRAMED SWIM IN A JANTZEN ADVERTISING POSTER. 30-1/2”L x 37-1/2”W. A professionally framed advertising poster, promoting Jantzen “The Suit That Changed Bathing To Swimming.” The rendering is of a woman wearing a suit and appears to be a in diving position. Jantzen first began endorsing their products in 1915, until the company was bought out in 2002. There are areas of some discoloration but sits nicely under glass. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

1517 - RICHARD YOUNG “FANCY LEATHER” ADVERTISEMENT. 26”L x 19-1/2”T. Early advertisement of Richard Young “Importer & Manufacturer Camelopard, Kangaroo, Morocco, Sheep, Skivers, Fancy Leather.” By American BK. Note Co. in New York. There are three different depictions represented in this advertisement; the kangaroo being hunted, slayed, then prepped for their skin. There are many indications of crease markings and some tears along each edge but the advertisement shows great use of color and is protected in a nice wood frame behind glass. (Good). 1,000 - 1,500

1515 - R.W. BELLS & CO. SOAPS ADVERTISING POSTER. 18-1/4”L x 23-1/2”W. Wonderfully graphic advertisement for soap featuring an image of a magnificent charging buffalo at the center. Great colors that are consistent with age of this old and original ad. Litho by Russell Morgan & Co. Press of Cincinnati, Ohio. Housed in the original frame which shows some wear to the back. Also retains the original glass. An extraordinary look. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1518 - L & B SWATTERS STORE DISPLAY. 15”L x 6”W x 13-3/4”T. Advertising “Swat The Fly” with Superior L & B Swatters, “Last Longer - Bound With Felt - Cannot Scratch.” Made by American Art Works. It is a four tiered tin display, colored in black and creme. Carrying three fly swatters with wood handles, reading “Wenstrom Sons, Fancy Groceries”. There are areas of non-offensive minimal wear on the sign and around the eyelets. A superb display that is very seldom seen. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500

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1519 - LOT OF 2: SMITH’S CLINCH BACK SUSPENDERS ADVERTISEMENTS. 16-1/4”L x 12-3/4”W. Lot consists of two early signs, advertising Smiths Clinch Back Suspenders - “Grand Combination, Solid Comfort, Elegance and Economy.” 1- illustrates two ladies wearing the corsets, while looking at a grandfather clock.; 1- renders a woman sitting atop a horse, also wearing the clinch back.; Both are in original condition and housed in a frame. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000 1520 - BULL DOG BRAND FLY AND INSECT POWDER ADVERTISEMENT. 11-1/2”L x 16-1/4”W. Showing early fantastic graphics of a bulldog spraying insect powder into a house with an array of bugs along the driveway. Reading “Kill The Pests,” “packed by the Frank Laboratories Cincinnati, U.S.A..” Great color with a very light non distracting crease just off center. Matted and framed under museum glass. One of the most colorful and graphic insecticide ads out there. Wonderful addition for the investment grade collector. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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1521 - LORD, HASKELL & CO. BOOTS & SHOES ADVERTISING POSTER. 33-1/2”L x 18-1/4”T. 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. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500

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1522 - CASCARETS CANDY CATHARTIC ADVERTISING POSTER. 42-3/4”W x 29”T. An early advertising poster for Cascarets, a Candy Cathartic. Reading “They Work While You Sleep” - “Get What You Ask For!” and “Best For The Bowels.” Pictured is a bare woman, lightly covered by the translucent stream of the lake next to her window. Good color with little wear throughout aside from the crease marks from multiple folds. Housed in a black frame with some paint loss on the right side. Apparently mounted to plywood backing many years ago. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 2,000

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1523 - DR. HARRIS CRAMP CURE ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 44” x 8 -3/4” x 1” . This paper sign is matted and framed behind glass. It displays strong colors and great graphics. There are a few light horizontal fold lines to the sign. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 LOT - 1523 LOT - 1522

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LOT - 1524 1524 - LOT OF 4: ASSORTED POSTERS. Largest: 42”L x 29”W. Lot consists of 1 - Wurlitzer Jukebox “Listen to Your Favorite Band” advertising poster with a young girl gazing into the distance. Showing a number of creases from being folded. Unframed.; 1 - 1971 United Airlines Las Vegas travel poster featuring a slot machine, cards, dice, and chips. Very nice, unframed.; 1 - Downtown Las Vegas poster showing a view of the 4 Queens, Fremont Hotel, and Plaza in the distance from behind a card table. Matted and framed under glass. No wear to note. ; 1 - Travelers Automobile Insurance advertisement showing a city. Unframed with some wear at the edges. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500

LOT - 1526 1525 - FRANK COLARELLI COCKTAIL PALACE PIN UP CALENDAR TOP. 24”L x 29”W. Advertising for Frank Colarelli Cocktail Palace at 200 Main Street in Nyack, NY. Showing a lovely blonde woman draped in red fringe, “The Lady In Red” by Irene Patten. Matted and framed behind glass. C. 1930’s. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

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1526 - AMERICAN OPTICAL COMPANY DEFECTS OF EYESIGHT MEDICAL REFERENCE POSTER. 15-1/2”L x 20-3/4”T. A chart showing common vision problems, specifically “Defects Of Eyesight Cause By Errors Of Refraction”. Housed in a frame, under glass. With some age to both the print and frame. (Very Good). 300 - 500

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1527 - LITHOGRAPH OF CUSTER’S LAST STAND. 1”L x 35”W x 29-1/4”T. This lithograph on paper is rich in sepia tones and depicts the chaos of the final moments of the infamous battle. Several areas of damage have varying levels of repair. A mesh backing is visible through some of the holes. The print is behind glass and house in a wide oak frame with tiger stripe wood grain. (Good). 300 - 600 1528 - FRAMED JANTZEN ADVERTISING POSTER. 20-1/4”L x 44”W. Jantzen first began endorsing their products in 1915, until the company was bought out in 2002. This professionally framed advertising poster, promotes “The Suit That Changed Bathing To Swimming” - “Look for the red diving girl label.” The artwork by McClellend Barclay depicts a woman wearing a Jantzen swimsuit, enjoying herself in the ocean. The wear is mostly on the frame. (Very Good). 2,500 - 5,000

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LOT - 1529 1529 - LOT OF 3: MUNSING WEAR DIE CUT TIN ADVERTISEMENTS Largest 1”L x 26-1/2”W x 28-1/2”T. Lot consists of three phenomenal Munsing Wear ads, “Perfect Fitting” and “Unions Suits.” They are die-cut lithographs on tin that have been professionally framed and set behind glass. This is a perfect grouping, the ad at the center appears to be the dance teacher and the two ads parallel to each other are her students. There is wear along the edges but are non-distracting. (Very Good). 1,000 - 4,000

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LOT - 1531 1530 - REVERSE GLASS ANTI-DYSPEPTINE SIGN IN FRAME. 42-1/2”W x 29-1/2”T. A stunning reverse glass sign, advertising Anti-Dyspeptine, “The Only Positive Cure For Dyspepsia.” Also reading, “For Sale Here.” Featured is a beautiful gold front with black details, paired with a gold frame and has scrolled designs throughout. There is some noticeable wear to the field and on the edges of the frame. An overall nice piece. (Good). 800 - 2,500

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1531 - LOT OF 2: BOSCHEE’S GERMAN SYRUP & GREEN’S AUGUST FLOWER ADVERTISEMENTS. 10-1/2”L x 12-1/4”W. Lot consists of two paper ads, including 1 - showing an African American boy with a chicken letting the cold in while an older man reads a paper advertisement; 1 - showing a pharmacy scene with two men, one standing in the doorway while a dog and snow are let in. Both pieces are housed under glass in matching frames and read “Shut The Door”. Advertising for “Boschee’s German Syrup for coughs and colds” as well a “Green’s August Flower for dyspepsia and liver complaints”. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 1532 - BOSCHEE’S GERMAN SYRUP & GREEN’S AUGUST FLOWER “SHUT THE DOOR” ADVERTISEMENT. 10”L x 12”W. A fine paper poster advertising for “Boschee’s German Syrup for coughs and colds” as well as “Green’s August Flower for dyspepsia and liver complaints”. Showing a scene with Uncle Sam and an African American man letting snow in from the outside. Lithograph by Chas. Shields’ Sons. Showing some light creasing around the edges. Matted and framed under glass. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1533 - NYAL CORN REMOVER ADVERTISING POSTER. 25-1/2”L x 19-1/2”W. Early advertising by the American Litho Co. for Nyal products, “Nyal Corn Remover For Mine.” The graphic is of a police officer, appearing to be very satisfied whilst endorsing the bottle and its packaging in his hand. There are some worn areas with minimal soiling. The top and bottom have been trimmed at some point but is non distracting to this fantastic image. (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,000

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1534 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED SHOE AND SHOE LACE PRINTS. 14”L x 17-1/4”W. Lot consists of 1- Wear “ALOX” Shoe Laces, ‘You Can Pull As Hard As You Like But “ALOX” Laces Never Break.’ With a cartoon of the product, showcasing the shoelace in use and its durability. Detailed in red, blue and yellow.; 1- Reynolds Bros. UTK. Fine Shoes with a rendering of three shoes and the artist’s signature next to it.; Both in a frame. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

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1535 - MONTANA HARDWARE CO. TIN ADVERTISEMENT. 25-1/2”L x 13-1/4”W. Miles To Montana Hardware Co. Butte Auto Accessories is read on this beautiful tin embossed sign, mounted in a wood frame. It is colored in white with blue details. In near mint condition this is one of the harder to find tin embossed Montana signs. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 1537 1536 - MUNSING UNION SUITS TIN OVER CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. 19” x 8 -3/4”. Dated 1910, and made by The American Art Works. The field has a few marks in the center, while the borders have a few added holes with some tiny dings and some areas of paint splatter. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1537 - EAGLE PENCIL CO. “PRINCE” FIGURAL PEN ADVERTISING SIGN. 2-1/2”Dia x 41”L. Hanging advertisement trade sign for the Eagle Pencil Company of New York. This obviously rare and uniquely shaped over-sized fountain pen with a wood body and brass tip has an extremely clean look when hung. The manageable size of this trade sign makes it a very desirable piece to any collection. Showing some wear consistent with age but very good condition overall. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1538 - EDISON MAZDA LAMPS ADVERTISING SIGN BY MAXFIELD PARRISH. Framed: 25 -1/2” x 21” x 1”. This sign is double sided with a wooden frame. It is marked “MP” on the bottom right of the design. There is some soiling, a few marks and two paint nicks on one side. Displays well above average and has a very appealing and unique look. (Very Good Plus). 2,000 - 4,000 LOT - 1536

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1539 - SMITH’S CLINCH BACK SUSPENDERS ADVERTISING POSTER. 18-1/2”L x 15”W. An early advertising poster by J.H. Buffords Sons, copyrighted in 1885. For Smith’s Clinch Back Suspsender’s “with Elastic Straps For Solid Comfort.” Patented March 19, 1878 with non-elastic shoulder straps, and elastic web buttoning straps. Beautifully pictured is a family on a carriage going through the forest, pulled by four galloping horses. The colors are exquisite and bright, the sign is in near mint condition. Housed in a black frame, under museum glass. Retains it original metal bands top and bottom. (Very Good Excellent). 1,000 - 3,000

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1540 - DR. MORSE’S INDIAN ROOT PILLS ADVERTISING POSTER. 31-3/4”L x 21-1/2”T. Boasting “the best family pill in use,” this advertisement shows an image of a Native American Indian on a white horse about to spear a bear. Retaining vibrant color and detail with very little wear to note. Housed in a black frame under museum glass. A wonderful image with stunning colors and fantastic graphics, with some very well done restoration. (Excellent). 1,000 - 3,000 1541 - TANGLEFOOT FLY PAPER ADVERTISEMENT. 18”L x 25”W. Advertising for sticky fly paper, reading “The Great Promoter Of Comfort” while showing a sleeping infant with flies attached to a sheet of the advertised paper. This wonderfully exaggerated image of a sleeping infant covered with flies belongs in the rarest of rare category. Spotted with some non offensive age wear while retaining excellent color. Professionally matted and framed under museum glass. Possibly the only chance to own such an exceptional and rare piece. Produced by the Strobridge Lith Co, Cincinatti, New York, London. The best Tangle Foot ad we have ever seen. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1542 - SPARROWS CHOCOLATES TIN OVER CARDBOARD SIGN. 19” x 13”. This is a great looking sign with very vibrant colors. There are a few small dings and few very tiny paint nicks. The sign has been clear coated. (Very Good Plus). 500 - 800 1543 - ROUGH ON RATS ADVERTISEMENT. 30-1/4”L x 23-1/4”W. Very early advertising for a pest control formula that “clears out rats, mice, bed bugs, etc.. for 15¢ per box..” This graphic image is one of the rarest ads in the insecticide category. Showing light creasing and some discoloration to the upper edges. Matted and framed under museum glass. First rate condition considering the age of this beautiful piece. (Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000

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1546 - DIE-CUT BOSCHEE’S GERMAN SYRUP ADVERTISING SIGN. 18-3/4”L x 9”W. Offered is a die-cut double sided advertising sign for Boschee’s German Syrup, “For Coughs, Colds and Consumption.” Also reading, “Largest Sale Of Any Medicines In The World.” Pictured is an African person holding a sign indicating “Shut The Door.” Set within glass and mounted in a black wooden two sided frame showing both sides of this stunning shut the door ad. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

1544 - TIN GOLD SEAL BOOTS SIGN IN FRAME. 22-1/2”L x 16-1/2”W. Self-framed tin heavily embossed sign, advertising Gold Seal Boots “The Best Rubber Boot Made.” Trade marked with the Good Year Rubber Co. seal of 1872. Manufactured by the American Art Works. Very minimal edge wear, the condition of this stunning sign is fantastic overall. it is mounted in a nice black wood frame. A beautiful self framed chain hanger, very hard to find. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500

1547 - DIE-CUT SAX & MCCUE “NEWSDEALERS AND STATIONERS” ADVERTISEMENT. 21”L x 17-1/4”T. Exceptional die-cut graphic, advertising “Newsdealers and Stationers, Wall Paper, School Books, Supplies, Cigars and Tobacco, Fishing Tackle.” Compliments of Sax & McCue of Livingston Montana. Showing excellent color and in mint condition, housed in a black wood frame, under museum quality glass. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

1545 - R & G CORSETS ADVERTISING SIGN. 20-1/2”L x 15-3/4”W. Framed celluloid lithograph by Kauffman & Strauss Co. Lithographers, advertising R & G Corsets. Pictured is a blonde woman, wearing a corset decorated in flowers. Fantastic condition with some crazing due to age. A small area of non offensive discoloration in the letter “R”. Professionally framed, set behind museum glass. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

1548 - FRAMED SOUTH BEND WATCHES ADVERTISING SIGN. 11-1/2”L x 29”W. Incredible metal sign, nicely placed in a wood frame. Advertising, South Bend Watches “Sold By Blomstrom & Peterson” of Escanaba, Michigan. The graphic illustrates a South Bend pocket watch centered within an ice cube. There is wear throughout the sign with light indications of paint loss, though the color is still vibrant. Produced by Passaic Metal Ware Co Litho, Passaic, New Jersey. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 1549 1549 - BEAUTIFUL J.J. NEWBERRY CO. GENERAL STORE SIGN. 3/4”L x 58”W x 13-1/4”T. This rich looking sign is actually a beveled piece of glass framed in black aluminum. The reverse on glass lettering was done in eye-catching textured gold and really pops on the burgundy background. There is some slight wear but is in overall good shape. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200 1550 - MERKLE’S BLU-J BROOMS DISPLAY. 13”L x 23-1/2”W x 35”T. This 35” tall display is constructed from steel wire and bar stock, and features two beautiful lithograph on tin advertisements on the sides. Four 56” long new Blu-J Brooms are included. Shows wonderfully. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500 1551 - BLUE LABEL KETCHUP VINTAGE AD. 3/4”L x 18-1/4”W x 46-3/4”T. This lithograph on cardboard advertisement is protected behind glass in an oak frame. Some degradation, still retaining a great early look. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,200 1552 - VINTAGE VASELINE DISPLAY. 7”L x 7-1/2”W x 16”T. This display’s lithographed tin looks like wood grain and nicely illustrated tubes of ointment. Advertising for Vaseline, “The Handiest Things in the House” by the Chesebrough Mfg. Co. Conds.. The front of the display opens to reveal 10 slots, once storing the Vaseline products with some still contained inside. Attached to the back door is the original price sheet. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1553 - COMFY SLIPPERS DELUXE CHARGER DISPLAY. 11-1/2”L x 30-1/2”W x 33-1/2”T. This store display features a 24” charger depicting a toddler in diapers. The upper half of the charger is adorned with more lithographed tin in the shape of a ribbon that is clutching five different models of slippers. Minor scratches in paint field. Great display with original slippers. A wonderful addition to any collection. (Good - Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1554 - FRAMED “A BUSY BEE-HIVE.” ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH. 30”L x 25”W. Montgomery Ward & Co. advertises “A Busy Bee-Hive” illustrating an incredible sectional view of the side of their building, including the many stores and workers that continually inhabit it. An exceptional graphic with equally exceptional use of color. The Forbes insignia is marked on the bottom right corner. There are crease marks, possibly from multiple folds but it has been professionally framed. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1555 - KIRCHNER SUPPLY CO. MISSION ROSE BRAND ADVERTISING POSTER. 27”L x 17-1/4”W. Advertisement for high quality “toilet preparations” including dandruff remover, cold cream, and massage cream. Featuring an image of a Victorian woman by Leon Moran at the center. Showing some creasing and slight fading that takes very little away from a great content and image. Has had some restoration. Retaining the original metal hanging strips. Matted and framed under museum glass. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 LOT - 1555

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LOT - 1556 1556 - J & J BABY POWDER ADVERTISING POSTER. 83”W x 42”T. This lithograph on fabric was produced by the Sweeney Litho Co. Inc. of Bellville, New Jersey. It reads “Precious Baby Deserves the Best” and pictures a can of Johnson’s Baby Powder and a highly colorized illustration of a toddler. Fabric is mounted to poles on each side and has a crease in the middle. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200 1557 - FRAMED WILLER’S “INSIDE SLIDING BLINDS” LITHOGRAPH. 28”L x 20-1/2”T. Offering an early sliding blinds sign for William Willer, located in Wisconsin. “Superior to all others and are Indorsed by the Leading Architects” as indicated on the advertisement. Featuring a stern maiden in a green dress, promoting the product. Phenomenal artwork with excellent hues. There is some spotting along the bottom but the entirety of the ad is superb. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000

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1558 - RIDERS OF THE SILVER SCREEN POCKET KNIFE DISPLAY. 26 - 1/2” x 39 - 1/2” x 3”. This shadow box framed poster features pocket knives from Tom Minks, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Hopalong Cassidy, Gene Autry, Little Beaver, Red Rider, Zorro, Tonto, Lone Ranger and Lash LaRue. All are in excellent condition. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500

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1559 - MENNENS CORN, BUNION, & WART KILLER SIGN. 16-1/2”L x 22-1/2”W. Reverse glass sign with a silver foil effect reading “Try Mennens Sure Corn Bunion & Wart Killer.” Surrounded by a wood frame. Exceptional near mint condition. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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1560 - DISPENSARY CABINET. Assembled 7”L x 77-1/2”W x 80-1/4”T. This narrow cabinet has a 36” tall base cabinet and a 44-1/4” tall upper cabinet with a marquee that reads “DISPENSING / DEPARTMENT”. There are six upper cabinets with glass fronts and there is extra storage along the bottom. Contents are included. (Good - Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1561 - ARROW COLLAR COUNTER DISPLAY. 8-3/4”L x 8-1/2”W x 48-1/2”T. This tall, narrow display features 8 collars on display. The reverse on glass paint reads “Arrow / Clupeco Shrunk / Quarter Size / Collars”. The front base indicates this case was for Andrew Weyn of New Orleans. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1562 - ANGEL DAINTY DYES DISPLAY CABINET. 16” x 7” x 17”. This cabinet has gold logos on each side and 28 sections that held different colored dyes and are labeled with a different colors. The cabinet has a few dings and marks but displays well. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1563 - BRIGHTON GARTER BELT DISPLAY CASE. 14” x 10 - 1/4” x 19 - 1/2”. This is a very nice display case for Brighton Garters. It has eight drawers on the back and a glass front displaying some garter belts with advertisements on three sides. There is some minor soiling and light general wear. (Very Good Plus). 800 - 1,500

1564 - NOONAN’S ANTISEPTIC STERILIZER DISPLAY CABINET. 8”D x 12”W x 14”T. Advertised is Noonan’s Antiseptic Sterilizer, a cabinet made for barbershops, manufactured by Noonan & Sons Co.. Composed of a metal frame with clear glass side panels and a milk glass top. A gold-plated tag at the bottom of the cabinet reads “T. Noonan & Sons Co. 38 Portland Street, Boston, Mass.” The frame displays traces of oxidation and the decal is flaking slightly. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1565 - GARFIELD-TEA FIG SYRUP GLASS DISPLAY CASE. 9-3/4”L x 9-1/2”W x 7-1/2”T. Presented is a glass display case with metal frame and ornate scrolled corners. Etched in blue on the front panel is “Garfield-Tea Fig Syrup Babies Like It. It Cures Them. For Infants And Adults.” A portrait of Garfield is exceptionally printed on the center, encircled by a matching blue border. Contained inside are eight boxes of the tea. There is age related wear throughout with some traces of oxidation and limescale. (Good). 400 - 1,000 1566 - INGERSOLL DOLLAR WATCH GLASS CASE STORE DISPLAY. 8-1/2”L x 9-1/4”W x 9-1/4”T. Countertop store display, advertising the Ingersoll Dollar Watch stenciled throughout along with “All Guaranteed” indicated at the center. The elegant metal nickel frame is paired with glass sides and blue velvet interior, containing two pocket watches; one with a silver finish and the other is with a gold finish. Nice patina throughout with clear indentations of the pocket watches form. A great very early display piece. (Very Good - Excellent). 600 - 1,000 1567 - COKE DANDRUFF CURE GLASS CASE DISPLAY. 9-1/2”L x 4-1/2”W x 10”T. Barbershop display case, having an exquisite nickel frame with glass sides and metal bottom. Advertising Coke Dandruff Cure of A.R. Bremer Co. New York. Chicago. in reverse glass gold lettering. Traces of normal oxidation are present and the interior displays wear considering age. A rare piece with a great country store and barber shop appeal. (Very Good). 700 - 1,200

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1568 - THE CLAUSS SHEAR CO. GLASS SCISSOR DISPLAY CASE. 14”L x 14”W x 32-1/2”T. An antique display case with glass sides and four round interior shelves, each with small brackets for hanging. The facade reads ‘These Shears If Stamped “Clauss” Fremont, O. Are Fully Warranted. If Not Perfectly Satis-Factory Return Them To Your Dealer And Get A New Pair” by The Clauss Shear Company. Original and contains a plethora of high end scissors, etc.. varying in size and design. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000

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LOT - 1570 1569 - LOT OF 2: COUNTER TOP PEN DISPLAY CASES. Largest 8-1/2”L x 17-3/4”W x 6”T. Lot consists of 1 - Rectangular case with a red mahogany finish and glass on four sides. The rear access door has “Waterman’s / Ideal Fountain Pen” printed on it. 8-1/2”L x 17-3/4”W x 6”T.; 1 - Oak with dark walnut finish case with a hinged, glass top. Front marquee reads “Spencerian Pens”. Measures 13”L x 14-1/2”W x 5-1/2”T. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000

1571 - RUSSEL & SONS RIBBON DISPLAY CABINET. 23-1/4”L x 28-3/4”W x 38”T. This great cabinet has 6 tilt-down doors on each side to reach any of the 12 racks on the exterior. There are four sliding racks, accessible from either side, that hold another 12 racks. Assorted ribbon shown is included. (Very Good). 300 - 800

1570 - LEATHER GLOVE DISPLAY CASE. 12-3/4”L x 19”W x 4-1/2”T. This case is glass on all sides except the rear, which has a wood door with an interior mirror. The front glass is etched “RANDOM LAKE MFG CO / RANDOM LAKE, WIS / FINE LEATHER GOODS”. The interior holds 7 pairs of gloves, each is a different style. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200

1572 - WARREN HARDWARE CABINET. 17-3/4”L x 100”W x 54”T. This substantial piece of furniture has 58 glass fronted drawers of varying widths, every drawer having a pull that reads “WARREN”. Composed of oak with metal hardware, showing little wear throughout the housing. Comprised of three pieces, the middle slender riser being a rare feature. (Very Good). 2,000 - 5,000

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1573 - DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR PARTS CABINET. 10-1/4”L x 18”W x 26”T. This solid oak cabinet’s face is an embossed tin sign for De Laval Cream Separators. The interior reveals several small storage areas and drawers with a variety of cream separator parts. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1574 - RICE’S SEEDS DISPLAY CABINET. 9-1/4”L x 24”W x 35-1/2”T. This fantastic cabinet’s wood is weathered like barn wood but remains a solid, well constructed cabinet. It is opened by grabbing the bottom of the front and lifting all the way up. Seed packs can be lined up for sale inside. Packets shown are included. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,200 1575 - EARLY APOTHECARY MORTAR AND PESTLE TRADE SIGN. 23”T x 22”Dia. Appears to have a copper finish, that oxidized over time, giving it that wonderful green look. Two red translucent jewels sit opposite of each other at the center. The pestle extends 9 inches above the top. These trade signs very rarely survived as they were usually placed on top of buildings and left to the elements. When lighted, the vibrant red from the jewels shine a fantastic red creating an unmatched look that is sure to please in any setting. Hard to find in any condition. (Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1576 - MERRICK’S SPOOL COTTON THREAD STORE DISPLAY. 17-1/4”L x 32”W x 26”T. A vintage display that is constructed from dark stained oak and curved glass with reverse hand painting. The two knobs protruding from the top control the two large rotating spindles that each have 26 slots to stack spools of thread. The merchant side has an access door for each spindle as well as a large central drawer. C. 1897. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1577 - COUNTER DISPLAY CASE. 12”L x 18”W x 28-1/2”T. This oak case has a glass front and back as well as two glass shelves. The front reads “Diamond / “F” / Dressing / And / Blackings” indicating that it displayed shoe shine products. Currently, it contains two inkwells. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 1578 1578 - LOT OF 3: LORILLARD DISPLAY CABINET, CIGAR FORM, AND MISCELLANEOUS. Largest: 17-3/4”L x 32-3/4”W x 32-1/4”T. Lot consists of 1- Lorillard glass display cabinet with a recessed front and gold finished hardware. The cabinet is engraved at the center and reads “P. Lorillard & Co. / 1760 = 1883.” Etched on the glass panels are “Tin/ Tag/Tobacco.” Contained inside are various tobacco products such as Union Leader Cut Plug, Rigby’s Rough Havanas and Richmond Club. Minimal wear throughout the housing.; 1- Wood cigar form, stamped with “Helmond / 5931 R.” Wear commensurate with age.; 1- Hand-crafted piece featuring two boys lifting a platform and a dog is laying upon the removable lid. There is discoloration and some visible splitting. (Very Good - Excellent). 3,000 - 7,000 1579 - FAULTLESS WONDER NIPPLES GLASS JAR. 13”T x 6”Dia. An embossed glass jar, advertising Faultless Wonder Nipples, complete with the original frosted glass lid. The jar is branded but also reads “Soft - Pliable - Pure Rubber / Easy on - Baby cannot pull off...” etc. Contains a plethora of rubber nipples. There is a tiny chip on the underside of the nipple lid as well as a tiny chip on the rim of the jar, does not detract from this wonderful display. (Very Good). 3,000 - 7,000

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1580 - BRIGHTON 25¢ GARTER DISPLAY CABINET. 13”L x 10-1/2”W x 19-1/2”T. A Brighton Silk Garter 25¢ display cabinet with a glass front, exhibiting their beautiful contemporary hand made products and has eight rear drawers. The wood features small details in the trim, finished with the original hardware and original stencils, detailed in red and gold paint. One garter of eight is missing. This display is hard to find in such a great condition, do not miss this opportunity to add a one of kind item into your collection. (Very Good - Excellent). 700 - 1,500

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1581 - GARFIELD-TEA FIG SYRUP DISPLAY CASE. 9 - 3/4” x 9 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/4”. This is a very nice case with a reverse glass advertisement for Garfield-Tea Fig Syrup on the front. Everything is intact and solid, and there is an old repair on top hinge on the back door. Displays well above average. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 1582 - LOT OF 3: TINTS & DYES STORE DISPLAYS. Largest 9”L x 25-3/4”W x 27-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1 - A lithographed tin display for Diamond Tints & Dyes and has been constructed so that the merchant side stores several boxes of every product shown on the front. Most of the paint loss is on the top face, while the front and side faces are in very good condition. 1 - New Peerless Dyes Cabinet. The lid has the same lithograph attached on the outside and inside. It measures 7-1/2”L x 20-1/2”W x 9-1/2”T. 1 Putnam Fadeless Dyes-Tints Cabinet. Constructed from lithographed tin, and has graphics or text on all four exterior sides and on the inside of the lid. Several boxes of the product are inside. Measures 8”L x 18-3/4”W x 14-3/4”T. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1583 - LOT OF 2: CARNIVAL ARCADE SIGNS. Largest 12”L x 96”T. Lot consists of two carnival arcade sides on tall wooden planks, painted white. The signs reads 1- “Try It • You’ll Like It Only 20¢ A Winner Every Time! Just Like Bingo”. 8” L x 96” T.; 1- “Inside 2 Giant Arcades Over 100 Pinballs Over 150 Videos Guns + Novelties Plus Skee Ball Bowling Cranes Slot Pokers & More”. 12” L x 96” T.; Both signs displays some wear with small instances of paint loss. (Very Good). 600 - 1,400 1584 - LOT OF 2: ARCADE SIGNS. Largest 96”L x 18”T. Lot consists of 2 Lucky’s arcade signs. 1- “Full Carton One Win Lucky’s Cigarettes” sign. 72”L x 18”T.; 1- The front of the sign reads “Lucky’s Fascination Just Like Bingo!” and on the back “Thanks, Come Again!” 96”L x 18”T.; Both of the signs are slightly weathered, showing surface scratches and areas of color loss. (Good). 500 - 1,200

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1585 - ARCADE MUSEUM SIGN. 96”L x 18”T. Large wooden arcade sign, reading “Incredible Arcade Museum Pay One Price & All Games Free!” on the facade and “Thanks, Come Again!” on the backside. Slightly soiled around the edges with some wear on the field. (Very Good). 300 - 700 LOT - 1587

1586 - ARCADE SIGN. 18”L x 96”T. Large arcade sign with a white painted base and reads “Inside 2 Giant Arcades Over 100 Pinballs Over 150 Videos Guns + Novelties Plus Skee Ball Bowling Cranes Slot Pokers & More”. The sign is in nice overall condition with light wear on the field. (Very Good). 300 - 700 1587 - LOT OF 2: CARNIVAL “MILK CAN” STYLE BASEBALL HOPPERS. 17”L x 13”W x 24”T. Complete with 70 soft baseballs between them, these two steel hoppers have been porcelain enameled with dairy cow spots. The heavy flange style top with a 4-1/4” diameter opening is removable to reveal an opening of 6-1/4” diameter. The interior base is slanted towards the spout with a hinged, sheet metal hook to stop the balls from running out. Some minor enamel loss and oxidation. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1588 - BURNED SKELETON DISPLAY. 24”L x 6-1/2”W x 62”T. A subtle exhibition of a body burned to the bone, displaying only a fried skeleton. The charred appearance is extremely detailed, composed of molded latex rubber positioned on wood. It is heavily weathered with cracks forming at the skull, paint loss throughout, specks of white paint and running water marks. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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1589 - ROTATING CARNIVAL BIRD. 44”L x 24”W x 55”T. The fiberglass bird itself is 44” long and 31” tall. It has weathered, flat paint with some cracking and paint loss as well as a stain from the crown to the bottom of the breast. It is mounted on a weathered plywood base that houses an untested electrical motor to rotate the bird. A great piece from the early boardwalk days. (Good). 200 - 800 1590 - 1893 WESTERN WHEEL WORKS BICYCLE. 37”T x 26”W x 68”L. Manufactured in Chicago, Ill. Model is a Crescent #2. Fully restored original pneumatic safety. Upgraded new style clinchers (tube inside of tire) on the 28” original type wood wheels. Fun to ride! (Excellent). 1,000 - 3,000 1591 - 1891 MEACHAM CONVERTIBLE HARD TIRED SAFETY BICYCLE. A very rare bike. All original except the pedals. This bicycle converts from a man’s bike to a lady’s bike by removing the top horizontal bar. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 LOT - 1589

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1592 - 1887 GORMULLY & JEFFERY AMERICAN LIGHT CHAMPION. 58”T x 26”W x 70”L. Swept back handle bars and full tangential spoking (spokes cross seven times) and corrugated hub are the signature hallmarks of this extremely rare high wheel bicycle. G&J was the predecessor to the Rambler bicycle and also the Rambler Automobile Co. This light roadster excels in performance and is a true joy to ride. Rare and beautiful. A nicely done restoration. Front wheel measures 52” in diameter. (Excellent). 2,000 - 5,000

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1593 - 1887 COLUMBIA 50” EXPERT BICYCLE. 56”T x 28”W x 65”L. Although Columbia was the most produced bicycle of the 1870s through the early 1900s, this fine “Ordinary” is a fantastic original example. It rides wonderfully. Front wheel measures 50” in diameter. (Very Good). 3,000 - 7,000

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1594 - 1897 CLEVELAND 2 MAN TOURING TANDEM. 94”L x 18”W x 38-1/4”T. Completely and correctly restored example. Black enameled and nickel plated, wood wheels with single tube pneumatic tires, an exceptional piece. Very rare. Excellent to ride. (Very Good). 1,500 - 4,000 1595 - 1891 PACEMAKER HARD TIRED SAFETY BICYCLE. Manufactured in Des Moines, Iowa. A most handsome original example of a complete and rideable hard tired safety. Note the early “block-chain”. Fantastic to ride! (Excellent). 1,000 - 3,000 1596 - 1897 RAMBLER LADIES BICYCLE. All original, even the paint! A great riding bicycle. Cycling was in its hey day during the “Gay Nineties” and this one is a well preserved, rare survivor. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1597 - VINTAGE HIGH WHEEL BICYCLE. 57”T x 66”L x 27”W. A vintage high wheel bicycle painted in orange with pinstriped details. Showing paint loss and wear to the tires, it is in unrestored condition. Included are a stand and a framed Home Magazine cover from June 11, 1972 showing a woman riding another high wheel bike. Purchased from a woman in San Dimas, California who owned a collection of brightly colored bicycles said to have been used by a movie studio. This bike was supposedly used in the known classic 1939 film, Gone With The Wind. From the Collection of Gary Johnson. (Fair). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 1598 1598 - SCHWIN CYCLE TRUCK U.S. MAIL BICYCLE. 68”L x 24”W x 54”T. Schwin created the Cycle Truck bicycle in 1939 up until 1967. This particular model was known as the Economical Delivery Bike, manufactured sometime in the 1960’s. The metal frame is paired with balloon tires, a nice red metal frame, a basket carrier, a saddle seat and 5 miniature American flags centered on the handle bar. The basket is worn and there is moderate wear throughout. Considering it’s age, its physical condition is good. (Good). 500 - 1,500

1599 - ANTIQUE AMERICAN BICYCLE. 31”T x 18”W x 41”D. A small antique bicycle with a manufacturer’s label, illegibly reading “American” on the front of the shaft. The frame is red, displaying heavy wear but remains in its original condition. It has a leather spring seat but is torn from the right side. The wheels are solid with some broken spokes and is complete with a rear stopper. Great piece of Americana, amazing addition to any collection. (Fair). 400 - 1,500

1600 - 1965 HARLEY DAVIDSON PAN-HEAD VINTAGE CHOPPER 52”H x 37”W x 94”L. True examples of early American biker culture are getting more rare every year. With the unbeatable combination of deep black paint and chrome, this vintage Harley is a perfect example of a disappearing era. It features twin Fat Bob gas tanks, a Wide Glide front end, mousetrap clutch, a rare factory oil filter, custom fish tail exhaust pipes, and a tombstone tail light. Miles unknown. (Excellent). 3,000 - 7,000

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1601 - HILL’S LIVER TICKLER ADVERTISING WALL CLOCK. 16” x 5 - 1/2” x 39”. Wood, wall mount, regulator clock with a reverse glass advertisement that reads “Look At Your Tongue - If Coated You Need Hills Liver Tickler,” showing a woman looking at her tongue in a mirror. The image has some paint loss and the wood case is in very nice condition. Advertising for Indiana Drug Specialty Co. of Indianapolis and St. Louis. With pendulum. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1602 - HARLEY-DAVIDSON NEON ADVERTISING CLOCK. 6-1/2”L x 18-1/4”W x 18-1/4”T. A killer 8-sided clock, advertising Harley Davidson Motorcycles. C. 1940’s. Framed in metal with an Art Deco trim in yellow, matched with yellow neon tubing but lights red. In original working condition, complete with a transformer. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1603 - WURLITZER MUSIC NEON CLOCK. 28” Dia. x 10”T. Black tiered base with neon lettering and Wurlitzer trumpeter logo in the center of the clock face. In working condition with two color neon tubing. (Very Good). 800 - 2,000 1604 - HIRST & DAVIS POCKET WATCH TRADE SIGN. 23 - 3/4”D x 4”T. Figural watch sign advertising for Hirst And Davis with “And Davis” being almost entirely worn away. This removal came after the death of a partner. Sign has some wear but retains most of the original paint. Has a nice look. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400 1605 - PIGGLY WIGGLY ADVERTISING CLOCK BY TELECHRON. 15”D x 4”T. This is a very scarce clock made by Telechron. It retains original partial decal on the back of the clock. The face is in great condition with one tiny smudge on the bottom of the pig’s left cheek, which appears to be a manufacturing flaw. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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1608 - ANTIQUE FIREMEN’S INSURANCE CLOCK. 10” x 5 -3/4” x 2 -3/4”. This is a very nice figural clock advertising The Firemen’s Insurance Co. of Newark, N.J. The clock was made in Germany. It is in excellent condition with great patina. (Excellent). 200 - 800 1609 - BULLS FIGHTING BRONZE ON MARBLE. 10” Dia. x 10-1/2”T. This miniature bronze features two bulls fighting, positioned on top of round marble. Nice patina throughout with noticeable areas of verdigris and there is a crack stretched across the base. The detail however is unmissable and distracts from the lightly worn areas. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 800 1610 - LOT OF 2: CANDLESTICK TELEPHONES. Largest: 8”L x 5-1/2”W x 11-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1- black candlestick telephone with rotating dial, including two keys and two address books. One address book is known as the Superdex and was manufactured by The Warshaw Press, Inc., featuring a beautiful female portrait on the front. The other address book was manufactured by Mayer Mfg. Corp. with a Butter-Nut Bread loaf ad. 5-1/2”L x 6-1/2”W x 10-1/4”T.; 1- brass candlestick telephone without a rotating dial and advertises Smith’s Garage repair shop. With engraved patent dates from 1901, 1907 and 1908.; Both display very minimal age related wear. 8”L x 5-1/2”W x 11-1/2”T. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 1,000 1611 - GAMEWELL FIRE ALARM STATION. 14”L x 14”W x 67”T. This cast iron, vintage fire alarm housing is in original condition with faded paint and oxidation. It has the fist full of lightning logo cast into the top and a numbered badge reading “1622” is attached to the front. The heavy base has four mounting holes. (Very Good). 300 - 800

1612 - MODEL SHIP IN DISPLAY CASE. 17”L x 36”W x 31”T. This model ship has 10 sails unfurled and is flying the Royal Standard of Spain. It is housed within a display case made of oak, with brass reinforced corners, the sides and top are glass. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

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LOT - 1614 1613 - ‘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. An 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 1980s 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). 7,000 - 15,000 1614 - ‘59 CADILLAC EL DORADO CUSTOM GLASS TOP BAR. 34”L x 82”W x 42”T. This cool bar boasts the front end of one of the most iconic American cars ever designed: the 1959 Cadillac Series 62. Made of steel and chrome, this is an authentic Cadillac front end that has been repurposed for a new life. The cabinet is laminated particle board and has a 10 amp power supply and a vintage Alpine cassette deck installed on the server’s side. 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 laminate has some scratches and pieces missing but the automotive body seems to be immaculate. The bar front has two 10” extension arms and a full length groove to receive a 1/2” thick glass bar top that measures 16” deep by 82” wide. Consignor adds that this bar was previously listed by the producer “Cars Of The Stars” in the 1980s 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). 7,000 - 15,000 194

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1615 - ANTIQUE WOOD CARVING ENTRY WAY PIECE. 16”L x 21”W x 41”T. An early wood carving, displaying a nicely dressed man sitting in a cross-legged position and is holding up his hands, made to hold a tray. The carving can be placed on a ledge or the end of a table but it also has the ability to stand alone while resting gently against the wall. There is some normal discoloration throughout due to the age of this piece. An early hand carved piece of history! (Good Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1616 - W. D. ALLISON OAK PHYSICIAN’S TABLE. 24”L x 40”W x 32”T. This adjustable oak table uses foot pedals and a variety of latches to maneuver the table into various configurations. The escutcheons that are designed to receive removable stirrups, not present, have been bent or sheared off. Manufactured by the W. D. Allison Co. of Indianapolis, Indiana. These types of tables were commonly used in gynecologists office. (Good Very Good). 500 - 1,200

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1617 - VICTORIAN SECRETARY’S DESK. 31-1/2”L x 57”W x 29”T. This large secretary’s desk is composed of wood, possibly black walnut, beautifully carved to display floral decoration on the recessed panels and scrolled legs. The top of the desk is bound with a leather inlay but shows multiple areas of surface wear. Finished with two pull out drawers and has metal hardware with areas of verdigris. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500

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1618 - LOT OF 2: DECORATIVE END TABLES. 19”L x 19”W x 19”T. Lot consists of 1- decorative end table in an espresso finish, the top is round with a matching round marbled center. The intricately carved legs and trim of the table appear to have a floral motif.; 1- similar decorative end table but the top and marbled center display multiple curves along the edge. The legs and trim are also floral but display a different design.; There is minor wear throughout with some discoloration on the top. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 1,000

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1619 - COUNTRY STORE BEAR FAMILY COAT RACK. 18”D x 18”W x 75”T. Black Forest style carved wood umbrella and coat rack with two bears at the base, one large and one small, and another small bear holding a branch at the top. There is a repair in the hoop that holds the umbrellas. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,500 1620 - WALNUT WOOD HALL TREE COAT HANGER. 49” x 16” x 89 - 1/2”. Adorned with six curved arms extending from a central column, and 16 pegs for hanging hats and coats, this hall tree also offers a lower space for umbrellas, shoes, canes, and the like. Very nice rich finish with minimal signs of age. (Excellent). 300 - 800

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1621 - GRAY MARBLE PEDESTAL STAND. 15-1/4”L x 15-1/4”W x 40-3/4”T. This substantial pedestal has a non-tapered, rope twist column with an elegantly simple capital and base. Very strong striations throughout. Comprised of multiple pieces that stack securely together. One edge along the top has a shallow chip less than dime size. (Very Good). 400 - 900 1622 - SOLID MARBLE PEDESTAL STAND. 12”Dia. x 43-1/2”T. Comprised of three pieces of heavy marble in orange and gray. This stand has a round base and top with a center column showing a 1/2” chip around the outer edge as well as a few chips that are hidden within the insert portion that helps keep the piece together. Very nice overall with great color and very little wear. (Excellent). 200 - 600 1623 - GLASS SHELVING WITH METAL FRAME. 23”W x 10”Dia. x 35-3/4”T. Hand-crafted mantle with metal frame and seven glass shelves, three are parallel to each other with one placed at the bottom center. The shelves have the ability to rotate horizontally from left to right and vice versa. Fantastic for displaying your collection because of its very rare shape. (Excellent). 400 - 800 1624 - ANTIQUE DECORATIVE CAST IRON STAND. 17” Dia x 32” T. This fancy pedestal stand is adorned with a black, gold, and antiqued brass base and round wood top. The central column has an ornate foliage design and three curved supports secured to the mid-line and base. The wood shows a rich color with a few scrapes to the finish. Very nice appearance overall and perfect for display of sculptures, plants, or antique gaming devices. (Excellent). 300 - 1,000 1625 - RCA VICTOR CONSOLE MODEL 630TCS TELEVISION RECEIVER. 40” x 28” x 19”. Featuring a 10” screen at the center, this floor model TV is housed in a wood cabinet with a speaker in the lower portion and dials behind rolladen doors. Showing some wear but overall retaining a nice appearance. Circa 1946. (Very Good). 1,200 - 1,500

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1626 - RCA VICTOR CONSOLE MODEL CT-100 COLOR TELEVISION RECEIVER. 40 -1/4” x 27 -1/2” x 25 -3/4”. Also referred to as “The Merrill”, this rare color television retains the original paper tags. The CT-100 was RCA Victor’s first color TV set, originally offered for a whopping $1000. Featuring two front dials, one for adjusting the volume and brightness and the other for channel selection and tuning. Additional knobs are hidden behind the central plastic cover. Circa 1954. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000 1627 - RCA VICTOR MODEL 621TS TELEVISION RECEIVER. 15 -1/2” x 19” x 16”. Tabletop model TV set with a 7” screen and Art Deco style cabinet. Showing some paint loss but overall, very nice in appearance. Circa 1946 with few made, serial number 020034. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200 1628 - OAK SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. “WHITE CLAD” ICE BOX. 16”L x 22”W x 26”T. The composition of this ice box is oak with recessed paneling and brass components such as a tag reading, “Trademark White Clad Registered Simmons Hardware Co. St. Louis, MO. USA.” The ice box cabinet is with Mission/Art and Crafts styling. There is some surface wear throughout but still retains its glossy finish. (Very Good). 200 - 600

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1629 - OAK SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. “WHITE CLAD” ICE BOX. 16”L x 22”W x 26”T. The composition of this ice box is oak with recessed paneling and brass components such as a tag reading, “Trademark White Clad Registered Simmons Hardware Co. St. Louis, MO. USA.” The ice box cabinet is with Mission/Art and Crafts styling. There is some surface wear throughout but still retains its glossy finish. (Very Good). 200 - 600 1630 - OAK SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. “WHITE CLAD” ICE BOX. 16”L x 22”W x 26”T. The composition of this ice box is oak with recessed paneling and brass components such as a tag reading, “Trademark White Clad Registered Simmons Hardware Co. St. Louis, MO. USA.” The ice box cabinet is with Mission/Art and Crafts styling. There is some surface wear throughout but still retains its glossy finish. (Very Good). 200 - 600 LOT - 1630

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LOT - 1631 1631 - ERECTOR RMS TITANIC 1/73 SCALE MODEL. 86 - 3/4” x 15 - 1/2” x 29”. Created by Forrest “Frosty” Wyrick, this erector set model was first displayed at the A.C. Gilbert Heritage Society National Convention in New Haven, Conn. in 1997. By coincidence, the model was completed just months before the release of James Cameron’s “Titanic”. Rumor has it, Wyrick used the model to gain free entry to see the film and from there it gained nationwide attention and as of 2012 had been displayed in over 30 states. Showing a ribbon from A.C. Gilbert Heritage Society 8th Annual July 24, 1999 Best Of Show. Lights throughout are in working order and the model shows only minor paint loss. (Excellent). 1,000 - 3,000

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1632 - LOT OF 2: PRESSED STEEL TONKA TRUCKS. Larger truck: 29-1/2”L. Lot consists of 1 - Tonka Aerial Ladder No. 2998 fire department truck with original box and very little wear.; 1 - civilian truck showing some paint loss throughout. (Very Good - Excellent). 200 - 400

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1633 - 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. 1990s. (Good). 1,500 - 4,000 1634 - TIFFANY STYLE SODA FOUTAIN DISPENSER LAMP. 21”L x 21”W x 39”T. A striking soda fountain piece with a marble and brass dispenser base with two taps. A two bulb light fixture is housed beneath a classic style stained glass shade with a floral motif. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1635 - RED LION SPECIAL NO. 44 QUARTER MIDGET RACE CAR. 87”L x 48”W x 30”T. This racer features a light weight aluminum chassis, coil spring support rear axle, flat style spring support front end, and a Continental Series A-7 2 horsepower motor showing number AA7B548, model AU8B, and serial number 444131, circa 1957. The motor also has a disengage lever and dual rear axle brakes with outside brake lever. Fiberglass body is painted red and white with “1969 Feature Winner” decal, “Mercury Powered” pinstripe design, No. 44, a leaping Red Lion Special design, and lettering on the rear engine cover that reads “I want to be an Obby... when I grow up!”. No air cleaner for Tillotson carburetor and engine pull cord is off. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000 1636 - EARLY DAVIES CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST ADVERTISING LIGHT. 16” x 8 -3/4” x 26. This is a very early advertising light for Davies Drug Store. It has hand painted Milk Glass panels. There is some fading and light paint loss. This piece displays quite well. (Excellent). 800 - 1,600 1637 - CUSTOM BLUE 32 DEUCE GO-KART. 48” x 75” x 28”. Modeled after a 1932 Ford, this custom built race car is painted blue with a red stripe running along the curve of the body on either side. With a live axle, disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, this go-kart can go 45 MPH! Seat is upholstered in black. Showing only minor wear. Recently tested and it is working. (Excellent). 2,500 - 4,500

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1638 - PRESSED STEEL “FORD” PEDAL CAR. 6”T x 26” x 46”D. A pressed steel pedal car with a black finish, green trim and has a “Ford” decal on the front grill. It includes a black pleated faux leather seat, a convertible top and white solid wheels with spoke rims. There is moderate wear throughout, possibly from use and is most visible on the faux leather top. (Fair - Good). 700 - 1,800 1639 - DECORATIVE BRASS HANGING LAMP. 35”L x 16-1/2”W x 14-1/2”T. An antique brass hanging lamp with a very unique shape and is intricately detailed throughout. There is age related wear with some areas of discoloration and has a nice patina look. Includes a light bulb, shining a red light. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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1640 - FRAMED IRIS CARRYING THE WATER OF THE RIVER OF STYX PRINT. Frame: 31” x 37” x 4”. An excellent example of the original oil on canvas painting by Guy Head, titled Iris Carrying The Water Of The River Of Styx To Olympus For The Gods To Swear By. The original was crafted in 1793. Featured is Iris in her bare form, she is the messenger of Zeus, carrying a gold vase of water from the River of Styx. A small rainbow extends from her sides as she is the embodiment of the rainbow in Greek mythology. The print is slightly dull in color but is perfectly mounted in a gold finished frame. (Very Good). 800 - 2,000 1641 - LOT OF 2: SMOKING STANDS. 8-3/4”L x 8-1/2”W x 28-1/2”T. Lot consists of 2 smoking stands. 1- wood figural ash tray, resembling a tribeswoman carrying something over her head. The craftsmanship of the ash tray is displayed through the details in the wood, as seen on the base. The finish is nice but there is some age and use related wear.; 1- Black Americana Butler ashtray. Made of cast iron with a brass ashtray, matchbox holder and cigarette cup. There is noticeable wear with oxidation throughout. (Fair - Good). 500 - 1,000

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1642 - LOT OF 3: VARIOUS STANDS. 25-1/4”L x 15”W x 28”T. Lot consists of 1- cast metal stand with an oval wood top and wheels on the bottom. The shafts displays patina throughout and there are minor scratches along the surface of the wood.; 1- black cast iron stand with floral decoration embossed on the border below the top.; 1another cast metal stand but with a wood slat tabletop and four legs. The stand appears to have weathered but it gives off a rustic motif. (Good). 500 - 1,500 LOT - 1642

1643 - PAINTING OF NUDE IN FOREST. 2-1/2”L x 74”W x 44”T. This large, oil on canvas painting depicts a nude female with very long hair, prone in the forest. It is unsigned and has extensive inpainting with acrylic paint. (Good). 500 - 2,000

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1644 - LOT OF 3: EARLY STORE DISPLAY ITEMS. Largest: 8”L x 11”W x 35”T. Lot comprises of 1decorative mercantile cast iron piece made to hang with string holder attached to the center. The large piece, 16-1/2”T x 15”L.; 1- cast iron “Hand Box French Shoe Blacking” advertising display, made to hang. Attached is a Laidlam fly swatter, a string holder and a laminated “Best Box’ advertisement. 21”T x 22”L.; 1- early cast iron tier shelf, holding brown paper bags and Gardner Bros. Tea bags. 8”L x 11”W x 35”T. (Good). 500 - 800

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1645 - FRAMED TONSORIAL PARLOR BARBER SHOP PRINT. Frame: 35-1/2”L x 30”T. An exceptional print featuring the Tonsorial Parlor, a very busy barber shop with every Theodore Koch chair filled. There are a diverse group of patrons, from a child to an older gentleman. A young boy appears to be shining shoes on the other side of the parlor. No detail can go unmissed, displaying great color. The artist’s signature Lee D. is on the bottom right corner. Nicely mounted in a brown frame, under glass. (Very Good - Excellent). 200 - 500

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1646 - FRAMED VICTORIAN BROTHEL LITHO. Frame: 36” x 30 - 1/4”. This print pictures a Victorian brothel, filled with risque women and a happy crowd of their patrons. Artist’s signature reads Lee D. at the bottom right corner. An excellent graphic with phenomenal color, appreciating every detail. Mounted in a gold frame, under glass. (Very Good - Excellent). 200 - 400

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1647 - LOT OF 2: SEASIDE PORTRAITS. 2”L x 15-1/2”W x 18”T. Both of these paintings were executed by the same artist and have the same general setting. The surfaces have a fine craquelure and some surface damage. The portrait of the woman looking to the left has some inpainting. Both portraits are in matching gesso frames with a golden finish and numerous chips. (Very Good). 200 - 400

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1648 - HAFEMAN 16’ BIRCH BARK CANOE. 16’L x 37”W x 23”T. Offered is a handmade birch bark canoe from Hafeman Boat Works of Big Fork, Minnesota, C. 1938. The likes of their work was featured on the CBS Sunday Morning Show “On The Road” hosted by Charles Kuralt, on June 17th, 1987. Constructed from classic ancient materials like birch bark, cedar ribs and planks, and spruce root threads as well as some more contemporary elements such as nails and a polyurethane finish. This fantastic piece is ready as an impressive display but would require some professional attention before dropping into the water. The port side prow has had a minor repair. The central support between gunwales, or thwart, is present but not connected because its threading has sheered. (Good - Very Good). 9,000 - 12,000

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1649 - LOT OF 5: VARIETY OF COUNTER ITEMS AND SOUVENIRS. Largest: 4”L x 3-1/2”W x 2-1/2”T. Lot includes 1- salt shaker with man sitting on barrel attachment.; 1- cast metal match holder.; 1- cast aluminum piece of two boys sitting in front each other on a green base.; 1- cast iron piece of an alligator grabbing a man’s yellow pants.; 1- boy sitting on cotton, reading “I am from Dixie Miniature Cotton Bale Souvenir San Antonio, Tex.” on the back.; Each show minimal paint wear. Smallest, 2-1/2”L x 2”W x 3-1/4”T. Largest, 4”L x 3-1/2”W x 2-1/2”T. (Good). 400 - 800 1650 - LOT OF 2: 19TH CENTURY SLAVERY FIGURINES. Each: 6”T x 5”W. Lot consists of 1- early slavery figurine, wearing striped shorts, kneeling on top of an ornate base with chains around his hands and neck.; 1- early slavery figurine, holding a gold painted dish.; There is minimal wear throughout. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1651 - LOT OF 2: VINTAGE KITCHEN GADGETS. 10”L x 13-3/4”W x 14”T. Lot consists of 1 - Westinghouse Universal Electric Blender. Cast iron base and arm, with a freely rotating circular base for a mixing bowl. The power cord appears to have been sheared flush with the motor housing.; 1 - Wire Cheese Slicer. The base is porcelain enameled steel and most of the rest of the mechanism is brass. It measures 4-1/2”L x 9”W x 8-1/4”T. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600

LOT - 1654 1652 - CAST IRON CARLISE U.S. MAIL LETTER DROP BOX. 16” x 10” x 24 -1/4”. This mail box has been restored and it is in excellent condition with light wear. (Excellent). 300 - 600 1653 - SIMPLEX TIME RECORDER. 11”L x 7-1/2”W x 12-1/2”T. Simplex Time Recorder Co. patented the first punch-in time clock in 1894 and dominated the market since with its innovative design. The machine was used to accurately record employee’s time sheets when arriving to work and when leaving. This particular TC15R4 model was possibly manufactured in the 1930’s to 1940’s and has the serial no. 75774. It is encased in metal with some surface wear throughout and light paint loss. (Good). 200 - 500 1654 - LOT OF 4: ASSORTMENT OF RANDOM ITEMS. Largest: 6-3/4”L x 11-1/2”W x 5-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1- Chief Watta Pop counter display to hold a handful of lollipops. Composed of molded plaster. C. 1940’s. Includes a bag of suckers.; 1- salesman sample sized clothes wringer of Relief Wringer with a wood handle. The wringer is missing its Horse Shoe Brand stamp.; 1- National Mazda Lamps box by General Electric Co. and contains light bulbs.; 1- Kingsford’s wood crate, manufactured for National Starch Co. but contains a box of P And G The White Naptha Soap, a few boxes of 5¢ Fairy Soap, and a few boxes of Humphrey’s Homeopathic Preparation.; Each item displays some wear such as paint loss, discoloration or wear from age and use. (Good). 200 - 400

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1655 - KEUFFELL & ESSER CO. POLYPHASE RULER. 85-1/2”W x 7-3/4”T. Large scale ruler with sliding indicator, manufactured by Keuffell & Esser Co. of the 1950’s. Constructed of wood, colored in an off-white paint with details of red and black. There is some discoloration throughout with small areas of the wood splitting. (Good). 200 - 400 1656 - MOBIL PEGASUS PORCELAIN NEON SIGN. 69”T x 92”L x 6”D. This SSP right facing sign is attached to a metal backing. The porcelain sign consists of four parts with seams at the legs and tail. Retaining nice color and gloss throughout with only a few chips in the field. Maker marked “T-54”. Neon tubing is intact and working. A very eye catching sign. Circa 1954. (Very Good). 3,500 - 5,500 1657 - GILMORE RED LION VISIBLE GAS PUMP. 21”L x 28”W x 132”T. This professionally restored pump is immaculate and suitable to complement the finest garage. The pump is 112” tall with the globe detached. The top lights up within the globe and the two arms extending below. (Restored). 5,000 - 10,000

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1658 - LOT OF 2: MOBIL PUMP AND SIGN. Largest 10”L x 13”W x 26-1/4”T. Lot consists of 1 - Mobiloil Pump. Restored paint with hand painted logo.; 1 - Porcelain, single-sided sign for Mobilgas. Some porcelain loss and oxidation. 12-1/4”W x 12”T. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000

1659 - FIGURAL BLACK AMERICANA CIGAR BOY. 9”L x 11”W x 19-1/2”T. This highly detailed very early carving constructed from painted wood, with wonderful glass eyes ivory teeth, is of an African American boy holding a tray, the tray is not original to piece, possible replacement base also. Could be used to hold business cards, coins, or used as an ashtray. Showing some wear and older repaint work but overall a very nice rare possibly one of a kind carving. Only one we have ever seen. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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1660 - HARLEM RENAISSANCE BROTHEL TRADE SIGN FIGURE. 16”L x 16”W x 54”T. Created in the late 1920s by a skilled carver, showing great attention to detail, and potentially the work of a veteran from one of noteworthy studios of the time. We have not seen anything quite like this incredible trade figure before. It is likely that this voluptuous, 51” tall, partially nude wooden sculpture was commissioned by a Harlem brothel owner. The female figure has weathering and paint loss throughout. The left foot and thumb are missing. She is mounted to a custom, sheet metal plinth. (Good - Very Good). 5,000 - 8,000

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1661 - SEVEN PICKANINNIES KIDS ON ROOF PAINTING BY LENA L. Framed: 27 -3/4” x 21” x 1 -3/4”. This painting is dated 1900 and signed Lena L. It shows seven black kids sitting on a roof. This image was used to advertise Sledge Cigarettes. The painting is in excellent condition with only very light wear. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400 1662 - 1909 BILL POSSUM LITHOGRAPH ON TEXTILE. Framed: 25 -1/2” x 25 -1/2” . Framed behind glass. Made by Campbell, Metzger & Jacobson. Wonderful colors and graphic. Bill Possum is refering to William Howard Taft, who inherited the nickname after he was served possum for dinner once and spoke about how much he enjoyed it. This piece is in excellent condition with some light wrinkles. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 1663 - NATURAL CHILEAN SODA TIN ADVERTISING FLANGE. 21 -1/2” x 15” x 2”. This is a nice double sided sign with great color and graphic. There are only a few nicks in the paint and some light soiling. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 1664 - LOT OF 2: SEAL OF NORTH CAROLINA PLUG CUT TOBACCO PRINTS. Both: 20-1/4”L x 16”T. This lot consists of two tobacco prints for Seal of North Carolina Plug Cut tobacco of Marburg Bros. The American Tobacco Company. Both of these are copyrighted, 1890 by Currier & Ives, N.Y. with the artwork signed by J. Cameron.; 1- illustration is titled “Tonsorial Art In The Darktown Style.”; 1- the other is titled “Scientific Shaving On The Darktown Plan.”; Each is in a gold finished frame. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,200 LOT - 1665

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1665 - LOT OF 2: CURRIER IVES DARKTOWN TOURISTS LITHOGRAPHS. 28” x 20 -1/4” . Lot consists of two Darktown Tourists lithographs. They are both matted together and ready to be framed. They are both printed by Currier & Ives. There is only some minor soiling on both pieces. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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LOT - 1667 1666 - KARR RANGE CO. MINIATURE TOY DOLLHOUSE STOVE. 21-1/2”T x 13”W x 8”D. This miniature salesman sample stove is constructed of enameled steel with nickel-plated attributes and a cast iron stove top. It is finished in blue, complete with additional features such a 6 burners, a top storage compartment and a pull out drawer for the burnt out coals. The oven is a working door and reads “Oven Heat Indicator”. Includes plenty of accessories such as pots and pans. Manufactured by the Karr Range Co. in the early 1900s. (Good). 2,000 - 6,000 1667 - MAJESTIC JUNIOR CAST IRON STOVE SALESMAN SAMPLE. 16”L x 18-1/2”W x 30-1/2”T. This black cast iron set is highlighted by nickel finish. Fully functioning doors and vents. Several scale accessories are included. (Good - Very Good). 2,000 - 3,000

1668 - STEWART OAK 250 CAST IRON PARLOR STOVE. Largest: 28” x 23” x 38”. Double burner stove with rear vent duct, nicely detailed with embossed and engraved designs. Lower portion is marked Fuller & Warren, Troy NY. Nickel plated parts show some pitting, consistent throughout. Circa late 1800s to early 1900s. (Very Good). 500 - 2,000 1669 - MINIATURE CAST IRON TOY STOVE WITH ACCESSORIES. 24”T x 20”W x 10”D. A beautiful labyrinthine mini cast iron toy stove of the early 1900s with a lovely design and includes accessories. There is moderate wear throughout from apparent use and age. The accessories included are pots and pans, noodle maker, a couple of irons, etc.. Each item also displays wear. (Good). 300 - 1,000 LOT - 1668

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1670 - WOOD NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL 1-1/2. 16-1/2”L x 15”W x 18-1/2”T. An exquisite wooden cash register with beautiful clam shell inlays throughout, stunning carved trim, brass hardware and a Patterson pull drawer. Includes working numerical keys and currency slots. Manufactured by the National Cash Register Co. Model 1 1/2. C. 1894 as indicated by the serial no. 88808. Incredible craftsmanship and still just as great as their brass sister machines. Some wear throughout but in nice overall condition despite its age. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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1671 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER BRASS MODEL 347 WITH COCA COLA MARQUEE. 19 -1/2” x 16” x 17”. This register has a reproduction Coca Cola marquee which looks fabulous. The register features a reticulated tape attachment and marble coin shelf. Circa 1913. The marquee has a cracked rear glass and has come loose from the top and needs to be reattached. Comes with original key. Serial number S110870. This is a very nice example. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500 1672 - EARLY BRASS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. 15”L x 18-3/4”W x 22-1/4”T. The Serial No. 49974 indicates a manufacture date circa 1892, only a few years into business for the National Cash Register Company. It has 30 keys and a beautiful, fine scroll design to the bright yellow brass cabinet. The underside of the drawer does not have the Guarantee sticker. All of the metal number tags that appear behind glass are clean with nearly perfect lettering. The top sign reads “This Registers the Amount of your Purchase.” (Restored). 600 - 1,000

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1673 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL 442. 15”L x 24”W x 26”T. Another fantastic example of Turn of The Century design. This Empire Series register has a nickel finish, 35 keys, a right-hand crank, and a 94” power cord. It is missing a finished check writing surface above the drawer. Includes double-sided “Amount Purchased” marquee. Serial No. 899969, c. 1910. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500 1674 - BRASS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL 313. 10”L x 16”W x 21”T. An exceptional candy store cash register, manufactured by the National Cash Register Co. in 1910, dated from its serial no. 870461. The model 313, presents an ornate brass case, complete with an “Amount Purchased” marquee, a beautiful stone plinth above the currency drawer and 15 horizontal keys in working condition. The case pattern is known as Dolphin for its elegant design, which at the time was created by Tiffany’s of New York. There is minimal wear throughout with small traces of verdigris. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 1,000

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1675 - BRASS NATIONAL CASH RESGISTER MODEL 444. 20 - 1/4” x 17” x 27 - 1/2”. In the Empire design with marble till shelf, “Amount Purchased” top marquee, and wood base. With 36 keys arranged vertically. Showing very minor wear. Circa 1913, showing serial number 1283016. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200 1676 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER SHEET METAL MODEL 852. 25” x 16 - 1/4” x 28”. Very nicely restored in black with gold pinstriping and a decorative floral arrangement, mounted on a wood base and topped with an “Amount Purchased” marquee normally seen on a brass model register. With 45 keys arranged vertically. Circa 1921, showing serial number 1935044. (Excellent). 400 - 1,200

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1677 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO. MODEL 313. 16”L x 10-1/4”W x 21”T. A brass cash register of the National Cash Register Co., Model 313 and is stamped with the serial no. 1125826. The case has a labrynthine design, decorated with a white stone plinth above the currency drawer, complete with an “Amount Purchased” marquee. There is 15 numerical keys in horizontal order but appears to be jammed. The serial number helps us date this cash register to 1912. Some wear can be seen throughout. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1678 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL 317. 16-1/2”L x 12”W x 17-3/4”T. The Serial No. 805195 indicates that this yellow brass register was manufactured in Dayton, Ohio in 1910. It features the Dolphin pattern in the brass, an oak base, 15 keys, and a white marble check writing surface. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200 1679 - NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL 359. 17”L x 22”W x 17”T. This yellow brass register came from the Golden Gate Saloon, later known as the Golden Gate Bar in downtown Salt Lake. The extensive wear on the 10¢ and 15¢ keys reveals the price of beer at the time. The bar closed in 1972. Serial No. 1126377W indicates it was manufactured in 1912 and is one of the wide models. It has 33 keys and was cast in the Dolphin pattern. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200

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1680 - MONITOR CASH REGISTER. 13-1/2”L x 13-1/4”W x 8-1/2”T. This elementary register was affordable and appropriate to businesses that didn’t need all of the functionality of the more expensive brass cash registers. The cash drawer was operated by inserting the proper “check”, which were color coded with dollar amounts or register functions such as “No Sale”, into the top middle slot just behind the glass. The dropping check triggers a small lever that releases the spring loaded drawer. The checks were counted at the end of the day as receipts. The cabinet is oak and the marquee is cast iron. (Very Good). 300 - 800 1681 - BRASS AMERICAN CASH REGISTER MODEL 501. 18-1/2”L x 17-3/4”W x 21-1/2”T. An early 1900’s brass cash register, manufactured by American Cash Register and has been re-polished. The ornate case includes 24 vertical keys and white stone top above the cash drawer with 9 currency slots. Manufactured in Saginaw, Michigan. (Excellent). 300 - 800

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LOT - 1684

1682 - BRANDT AUTOMATIC CASHIER. 14-1/2”L x 8-1/2”W x 10-1/2”T. By virtue of stacking coins in the proper columns, any amount of change could be dispensed by pushing one of the 100 keys. Cast aluminum showing some patina. (Very Good). 200 - 500 1683 - NATIONAL BRASS CASH REGISTER MODEL 445. 16”L x 21”W x 21-1/4”T. Brass finish on an Empire Series cabinet style, 36 keys, right hand crank, marble check writing surface. Serial No. 923680 indicates this machine was manufactured C. 1910. Marquee is missing. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200 1684 - BRASS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER MODEL 317. 11 - 3/4” x 16” x 17 - 1/4”. The register is in working order. There is some tarnish to the brass and minor wear to the wood base. In the Dolphin design with receipt side cage. Serial number 1271941, circa 1913. Includes the key. (Very Good Plus). 400 - 800

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1685 - LOT OF 4: HUBLY CAST IRON MAMMIES. Largest: 7-1/2”L x 4-1/2”W. Lot consists of 1- large and medium sized mammy door stops, cast iron with moderate paint wear throughout. Large mammy, 7-1/2”L x 4-1/2”W x 12”T. Medium mammy, 5-1/2”L x 3-1/2”W x 8-3/4”T.; 1- two very rare mammy soap dishes, cast iron, one is colored in blue and the other in red. Usually the dishes are missing from the piece. Wear commensurate with age and use. Both, 3-3/4”L x 5-1/4”T. (Good). 500 - 1,000

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1686 - LOT OF 7: SAN ANTONIO PENDENT, FIGURINES & VARIOUS CHANCELLOR ITEMS. Largest: 5-1/4”W L x 1-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1- San Antonio International Fair Ass’n 1901 pendent with an animal graphic on the front.; 1- cast metal Black Americana figurine, head detaches from the body.; 1- Black Americana figurine with matches cup holder.; 1- four Chancellor Cigar items which are two match safes, a cigar cutter and blade sharpener.; Each item displays wear corresponding to its age. (Good). 300 - 800 1687 - LOT OF 3: MINIATURE CAST IRON SINGER SEWING MACHINES. Largest: 8”L x 5”W x 8-1/2”T. Lot consists of three miniature cast iron sewing machines, one of which rests perfectly on a wooden base. Traces of oxidation are present on each but are in superb condition considering their age. 1- 8”L x 5”W x 8-1/2”T.; 1- 7”L x 4”W x 6-1/2”T.; 1- 7”L x 3-1/2”W x 6-1/2”T. (Good - Very Good). 200 - 400 1688 - LOUISVILLE MACHINE MFG. CO. THE ELECTRIC CUT COFFEE GRINDER. 29”T x 12”W x 16-1/2”D. This is a restored countertop electrical coffee grinder, The Electric Cut, manufactured by Louisville Machine Mfg. Co. It is beautifully restored in a maroon color with red and silver details and pinstriping. Includes chrome urn and gold pan scoop. Untested. From the Ray Bentley Collection. (Very Good). 400 - 900 1689 - EARLY “MUNYON’S HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES” APOTHECARY CABINET. 24”L x 9”W x 26”T. An oak apothecary cabinet with 41 drawers each with metal hardware, mostly used in a Pharmacy. C. 19th Century. The backside has the original “Price List Of Cures.” print and lists up to 35 different cures with their monetary value such as the “Blood-Cure” and “Female-Cure”. There is wear throughout and the print has obvious signs of soiling and age. (Good). 300 - 900

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LOT - 1693

1690 - LOT OF 2: ANIMAL-FORM INKWELLS. Largest: 10-1/4”L x 3-1/4”W x 4”T. Lot consists of 1- cast aluminum dog with a brass finish, opening up from the center to reveal three inkwells. 4”L x 4”W x 4”T.; 1- cast aluminum inkwell with a gold finish, resembling a duck. Light wear throughout. 10-1/4”L x 3-1/4”W x 4”T. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1691 - LOT OF 2: MATCH DISPENSER AND FIGURAL MATCHBOX HOLDER. Largest: 10”L x 4”W x 8-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1- cast iron match dispenser with an ornate design and has patent dates from 1897. The embossed front reads “D & M Cigar $40- 5¢ Straight.” 3-1/2”L x 4”W x 5”T.; 1- cast aluminum figural bird match holder, very detailed, painted in yellow, brown and black. With minimal wear. 10”L x 4”W x 8-1/2”T. (Very Good). 300 - 800 1692 - LOT OF 2: PAIR OF CERAMIC CIGAR STORE INDIAN & MOTHER. Largest 12”L x 12-1/2”W x 33-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1- ceramic cigar store Indian Chief, wearing the traditional feathered headdress whilst holding an axe. 9-1/2”L x 9”W x 38-1/2”T.; 1- ceramic cigar store Indian mother with her hair in braided pigtails and holding a baby.; The detail in each item is unmissable with hues of orange and brown throughout. 12”L x 12-1/2”W x 33-1/2”T. (Good). 400 - 800 1693 - LOT OF 2: NATIVE AMERICAN PLASTER PIECES Largest: 21”L x 8”W x 12”T. Lot consists of 1- Native American bust, plaster with a matte finish and in great condition. A real feather is attached to the top of the headdress. 9-1/4”L x 9-1/4”W x 29”T.; 1Plaster bust of a Native American chief, in a lying position. Moderate paint wear throughout and there is an instance of the plaster splitting at the feet. 21-1/2”L x 8”W x 12”T. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800

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1694 - EARLY CARVED WOODEN RAILROAD PORTER SMOKING STAND WITH MOVING HEAD. 35 -1/2” x 8” x 12 -1/2”. This is a fantastic carved wooden smoking stand. The porter is holding three receptacles that hold matches, cigarettes or cigars. On the back there is a crank that when turned, starts a music box which makes the head move. Condition is excellent with only light handling wear and some surface loss to the area around the crank. (Excellent Plus). 800 - 1,500

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1695 - WHITE’S PHYSIOLOGICAL MANIKIN IN CASE. Case: 35” x 24” x 1 -1/4”. This is a late 1800’s Victorian fold out medical model of the human body. There are some bends and fold marks in some of the panels, as well as general wear. This model still displays quite well and is a very unique piece. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1696 - LOT OF 213: BEAR, BIRD, & SNOWMEN POSTCARDS. Largest: 5 -1/2” x 3 -1/2”. Lot consists of 7 Roosevelt bears, 1 Cracker Jack bear, 100 birds in a natural setting (mostly by Allan Brooks), 1 Easter chicks, 50 snowmen, PFB Publishing, Winsch, and Tuck. A few are in poor condition. (Fair - Excellent). 300 - 600 1697 - LOT OF 12: DECORATIVE SPITTOONS AND THREE TONGS. Largest: 3”W x 5”T. Lot consists of 1- five early brass spittoons, each varying in size and shape.; 1- black ceramic cuspidor.; 1- copper spittoon with floral engravings encircling the center.; 1- glass cuspidor composed of blue glass and has a curved trim top.; 1- spittoon with a silver finish.; 1- ornate brass tong with “Maskey’s” embossed on the side.; 1- ornate brass tong with “First Love Chocolates” embossed on the side.; 1- elegant tong with shell shaped tips.; There is surface wear on each item with some scratches, crazing and age. (Good - Very Good). 200 - 400

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LOT - 1698 1698 - STATUE OF LIBERTY SCULPTURE. 28”L x 36”W x 104”T. This is a painted aluminum reproduction of Frédéric Bartholdi’s iconic “Liberty Enlightening The World” sculpture. It comes on a square, wooden rolling base and features a 78” power cord. Measuring 98” from the bottom of her sandals to the top of frosted glass globe of her torch, she is essentially life-size. The rolling base is 27” square and 6” high. Originally displayed at the miniature golf course at Lagoon in the 1950s. (Very Good). 800 - 2,500

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LOT - 1701 1699 - LINED TIGER SKIN RUG. 107”L x 85”W. A ferocious tiger skin rug, lined with red and gray felt ruffle. It is complete with the head and tail intact but no claws. There is some slight fur loss on the body but in nice condition overall. (Very Good). 1,000 - 4,000 1700 - AFRICAN COLOBUS MONKEY TAXIDERMY. 24”L x 18”W x 25”T. The African Colobus Monkey is known as an Old World Monkey, originating from Africa and Asia, said to be linked to a species dating back to 3 million years ago. This particular taxidermy displays exceptional black and white fur, standing in an upright position and highlights its flowing white haired tail. The gentle herbivorous creature appears to be offering a wooden branch and is set on a realistic mount with faux greenery and gravel. Light wear throughout. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 1701 - AMERICAN DUPLEX COFFEE CUTTER. 19”L x 22”W x 28”T. The Coffee Cutter is a vintage, commercial grade coffee grinder that is in the figural shape of a classic coffee pot. It is made from cast iron and aluminum, and it can grind beans into three different grain sizes. It features a new, grounded power cord. C. 1930’s. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500 1702 - LOT OF 2: MOVIE PROP COLUMNS. Largest: 20”W x 96”T. Lot consists of two Roman columns, composed of plaster-like materials and is painted in a dark gold finish. The bottom of the base is round and rests upon a square platform, connecting to a grooved shaft. The top features intricate carved details and four coiled corners. There is some flaking to the paint but is has a nice overall appearance. These movie props include paperwork such as rental receipts as to which movies and shows they were used in. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 1707

1703 - LOT OF 3: BUFFALO BRONZES. Largest: 7-3/4”L x 3-3/4”W x 7”T. Lot consists of 1- two buffalo bronzes with a copper flash front, standing on a wooden foundation. 8-1/2”L x 3”W x 6-1/2”T.; 1- bronze buffalo with great patina throughout, resting upon a stone plinth and black base. 7-3/4”L x 3-3/4”W x 7”T. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 800 1704 - CAST IRON ENTERPRISE MFG. CO. NO. 7 COFFEE GRINDER. 13-3/4”L x 17”W x 24-1/2”T. An early cast iron coffee grinder, model No. 7, manufactured by the Enterprise Mfg. Co. in 1873. This un-restored piece displays age related wear but retains some of its original graphics. Features include a new bird finial, an urn shaped body, dual grinding wheels and a bottom drawer. (Good). 300 - 700

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1705 - SHOE COBBLER AUTOMATON. 30” x 8 -3/4” x 15”. Man stands on a wooden square pedestal. When plugged in, the man’s upper body rotates back and forth. His eyes also jiggle around. He wears a brown corduroy jacket and plaid shirt. There is some fabric loss on his shoes, as well as moderate soiling on his clothes and beard. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1706 - WOODEN RIPPON BRAND GLOVES ADVERTISING SIGN. 14” x 10”. This is a very nice Rippon Brand Gloves sign made by Meyercord. It retains the original Meyercord decal on the back of the sign. It is in excellent condition with only a few marks. (Excellent). 400 - 800 1707 - LOT OF 3: PENGUIN ADVERTISING DISPLAYS & MATCHES. Largest: 7”L x 5-1/2”W x 14-1/4”T. Lot consists of 1- Kool Cigarettes countertop store display, featuring Willie the Penguin, the brand’s mascot until the 1960’s. A paper-mache piece and has been professionally restored.; 1- Wood penguin, holding a sign with its mouth and reads “Mistakes Are Embarrassing. Please Pay When Served.”; 1- The Penguin Restaurant Coffee Shop matches in Santa Monica, CA. (Good). 500 - 1,000

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1708 - LOT OF 2: BUSTER BROWN MANNEQUINS. 7”W x 11”W x 27-1/2”T. These two mannequins are modeling for Buster Brown. They are both mounted to solid wood plinths that read “Buster Brown” on the top front. 1- is wearing a khaki colored polo, blue shorts and has on light colored socks.; 1- is wearing a khaki colored polo with a striped collar, matched with a similar hat and socks. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200 1709 - LOT OF 2: FOOT PRODUCT ADVERTISING. 10”L x 15-1/2”W x 14”T. Lot consists of 1 Jung’s Foot Product Display Case. Lithographed tin and glass. “Stop Foot Pains Instantly.” Contained inside are some of the products.; 1 - High heel shoe form. Molded hard plastic, painted in a blue color. Made in New York. 15-1/4” tall. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200

LOT - 1712 1710 - TORO COWBOY BOOT OVERSIZED STORE DISPLAY. 16” x 32” x 33”. This is a great display made of the same material as a regular boot would be made of. Marked “Toro Boots”. It is in great condition with no issues. A very unique and interesting display. (Near Mint). 500 - 1,000 1711 - TOM’S TOASTED PEANUTS DISPLAY CASE. 25-1/2” x 14-1/2” x 48-1/2”. This display case has some soiling, paint loss and general wear. It still displays well and could be cleaned to a better condition. (Fair). 500 - 900 1712 - MONTROSS METAL SHINGLES ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH. 21-3/4”L x 17-3/4”W. Offering a Montross Metal Shingles advertisement, “For Roofing And Siding” manufactured by E. Van Noorden & Co.. Turn of the Century sign produced by ER. Howe. Lith. of Boston. There is soiling throughout with areas of discoloration and some crease folds. Mounted in a wood frame, under glass. (Good). 400 - 800

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LOT - 1713 1713 - HEINZ 57 “PREPARED MUSTARD” PRINT. 18-1/2”L x 22-1/2”W. An early print, advertising Heinz 57 Prepared Mustard “For Table Use.” Pictured at the top is a graphic of a cucumber. Detailed in yellow, green and red. There are indications of soiling throughout and a single crease mark stretched across the center. The print is secured in a black wooden frame. (Good). 400 - 800 1714 - W. F. ZEMAN “WE SELL BORN CLOTHES” GLASS SIGN. 12-3/4”L x 23-3/4”T. Framed reverse glass sign by W. F. Zeman, “Certainly... We Sell Born Clothes” also reading ... “They’re Made To Measure.” Beautiful craftsmanship in the engraved lettering and design, detailed in green, yellow and red. Framed in wood, showing wear but the colors retain its bright qualities. (Very Good). 400 - 800

1715 - LOT OF 2: SIGNS. Largest: 15”L x 11”W. Lot consists of 1- Reis-Rapp Lumber Co. and Haaq’s Grocery And Meat Market sign, housed in a black wooden frame. There are minor regions of non distracting soiling mostly concentrated to the edges.; 1- Embossed tin sign, “Truck ‘em to the Stock-Growers” is indicated within the silhouette of the pig. Also housed in a black wooden frame, in near mint condition. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

LOT - 1718 1716 - FIGURAL BIRD RED RAVEN ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 5-1/4”L x 7”W x 11-1/2”T. A figural Red Raven, advertising Red Raven Splits, a high liver elixir in the early 20th Century. The bird is red, perched upon a green base. There is paint wear throughout and the colors are faint. Fantastic paper mache with original Old King Cole label inside display. A great example of very early advertisement! (Good). 500 - 800

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1717 - CARDBOARD YEAST FOAM ADVERTISEMENT. 12”W x 18”T. Die-cut cardboard store display, advertising Yeast Foam “A Wise Choice.” Pictured is an African-American woman, holding a watermelon. Also reading, “Is gwine to get dat ~ Yeast Foam if I has to drop ~ dis yer melon.” Copyrighted 1990 by The North Western Yeast Company. There is minimal wear throughout with some ridges on the field. (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,200 1718 - TIN DAKOTA REXALL DRUGS SIGN. 36” x 18”. Sign appears to have never been used. The colors are very strong. The letters have a reflective sand material on them. (Near Mint). 400 - 700

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1719 - LOT OF 2: VINTAGE SEED PACK DISPLAYS. Largest: 28”L x 19”W x 3-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1 - Mauthner Seed Display. Embossed lithograph on tin marquee with some oxidation. Nice joinery on the honey oak case with 100 slots. 20” tall when open, but folds up to 28”L x 19”W x 3-1/2”T. to travel flat.; 1 - Steele, Briggs’ Seed Display. Lithograph on paper attached to a dark oak case that folds up to 18”L x 23”W x 4” to travel flat. 22” tall when open. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200

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LOT - 1722

1720 - TALL SEED PACK DISPLAY. 10”L x 30”W x 31-1/2”T. This wood display case is hinged at the top, and when opened is 59” tall. Inside are 13 levels to display seed packs. An applied decal proclaims that this case was from the Puget Sound Seed Company of Seattle. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

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1721 - LOT OF 7: DE LEVAL DIE CUT COWS. Largest 6”W x 3-1/2”T. Lot consists of seven double sided lithograph on tin advertisements for De Leval Cream Separators. Each die-cut sign varies in size and shape with some in different colors. There are three full grown cows and four smaller cows, a few of which read “Skim Milk For Me.” (Very Good). 400 - 1,200 1722 - CASE CUTLERY DISPLAY WITH STRAIGHT RAZORS. 10-1/2”L x 16”W x 17-1/2”T. This wood display cabinet for Case Cutlery has a glass front and a locking, full width back door. 24 straight razors reside on the two interior shelves, most are of a different design and manufacturer. There is some wear to the cabinet with areas of the advertised decal losing color. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200 1723 - VINTAGE DR. SCHOLL’S STORE DISPLAY. 10-3/4”L x 14-1/2”W x 23-1/4”T. This display is constructed from sheet metal that has had wood grain applied and has a glass front. Minor scratches and dents throughout. Good original display with original product. Demonstrates the products nicely. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800 1724 - CUT-OUT MIKADO COLOGNE CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed : 14 -1/4” x 13” x 1/2”. This early advertising sign is framed behind glass. It has good color and retains its original mounting rivet on the top. There are only a few nicks around the edge, tiny marks in the field, and some light soiling. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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1725 - WESTERN TOILET CO.’S ALMOND MEAL DIE CUT LITHOGRAPH IN FRAME. 1”L x 10-1/2”W x 12-1/4”T. This beautiful lithograph is embossed just enough to give the illustration real depth. It is an advertisement for Almond Meal supplied by The Western Toilet Co. of Topeka, Kansas. Housed in a frame under glass. From the Collection of Gary Johnson. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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LOT - 1726 1726 - LOT OF 2: OVERSIZED YUENGLING LOUISVILLE SLUGGER BAT AND WILSON TENNIS RACQUET. Larger: 20 - 1/4” x 54 - 1/2” x 2 - 3/4”. Lot consists of 1 - Well-made promotional baseball bat made of solid wood for Yuengling by Louisville Slugger. Bat is in near mint condition with no issues.; 1 - Tennis racquet made by Wilson and has some paint chips and soiling. (Near Mint). 400 - 800

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LOT - 1727 1727 - U.S. ROYAL OVERSIZED RUBBER BOOT DISPLAY. 9” x 24” x 25”. This great looking display is made from pliable rubber. It is in very good condition with only minor wear on the back rubber tag. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 LOT - 1729

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1728 - LOT OF 2: COUNTERTOP AUTOMOTIVE DISPLAY SPOTLIGHTS. Larger: 20” x 10” x 7”. Both displays are in excellent shape. One has a blue base with written descriptions, and the other has a plain rectangular base. They have not been tested because the plugs have been cut. (Excellent). 400 - 800 1729 - W&S COUGH DROP JAR. 8” Dia. x 7-1/2”T. This cylindrical jar has raised lettering on the lid that reads “W & S / COUGH DROPS”. Free from chips with matching pattern on the base and lid. (Excellent). 300 - 800 1730 - LOT OF 4: VINTAGE COMMERICAL PRODUCTS. Largest 11”L x 9”W x 2”T. Lot consists of 1- Cello Hot Water Bottle. Made from solid brass and is chrome plated. A top of the line item in its day. The bottle is in great condition with only the slightest of dents and is complete with the original packaging. C. 1912.; 1 - Avon Electric Heating Pad in its original packaging.; 1 - Balm of Tulips store display with 12 bottles.; 1 - Store display for Rialto Human Hair Nets. Consisting of stand with 6 slots and several paper labels. C. 1925. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 1,200

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1731 - BOYE BRAND NEEDLE AND SHUTTLE ROTATING CABINET. 18”L x 18-3/4”W x 8-1/2”T. This interesting cabinet is on a wood base and is housed in a lithographed tin cylinder. Turn the central arrow to the type of needle or shuttle you need and then slide the top access door open and the rotating organizer within is revealed. Some of the printing has been wiped into obscurity. (Very Good). 400 - 800 1732 - LOT OF 3: PARKING METER, SALESMAN SAMPLE WINDMILL AND FRENCH FRUIT JUICER. Largest: 9”L x 5-1/2”W x 17”T. Lot consists of 1- The Martin Red Ball Meter of Benton, Illinois manufactured in the 1940’s. Tabletop piece with a cast aluminum body, painted in green with a red ball at the top. 6”L x 5-1/2”W x 11-1/2”T.; 1- Areomotor Water System salesman sample, resembles a windmill with slight red details. 9”L x 5-1/2”W x 17”T.; 1- early salesman sample apple press, fruit juicer, cast iron with a brass and copper finish. C. 1920’s. 8”L x 7”W x 17-1/4”T.; Each show small amounts of wear but in nice condition, despite its age. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,200 1733 - LOT OF 2: CAST IRON STRING HOLDERS. Largest: 5-1/4” Dia. x 7-1/2”T. Lot consists of 2 cast iron string holders, both are embossed and in the shape of miniature cauldrons. There is individual wear commensurate with age. 5-1/4” Dia. x 7-1/2”T.; 1- reads “Use Jaxon Soap.”; 1- reads “S.S.S. For The Blood.” 5-1/4” Dia. x 4-3/4”T. (Good). 300 - 800 1734 - LOT OF 2: KUPPENHEIMER MEN’S CLOTHING SIGNS. Each: 14” x 11”. Lot consists of two 1920’s small cardboard signs. One has a horizontal fold line through it, and the other is in excellent condition with minor corner wear. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 600

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1735 - BLAINE HARDWARE LITHOGRAPHED ADVERTISING SIGN. 6” Dia. This is a great early sign from Texas. It is very clean with only some light wear to the tin rim. The field is a lithographed paper. Retains original hanging cord. (Excellent). 300 - 600 1736 - FRAMED 1922 DETMER WOOLEN CO. ADVERTISING POSTER WITH GOLFER. Framed: 27” x 20” x 1”. This is a wonderful poster that shows different outfits from the Detmer Woolen Company available in the 1920’s, including golf attire. It is framed behind glass. It has only a couple minor fold marks. (Excellent Plus). 300 - 600 1737 - OVERSIZED MASON JAR WITH LID. 17 - 3/4” x 8 - 3/4”. This jar has a patent date of 1858 and retains the original cap. Made by The Hero Glassworks, Philadelphia. In great shape with minor oxidation to the cap. (Excellent). 300 - 600

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LOT - 1738 LOT - 1739 1738 - RANSOM MFG. CO. CREAM COLOR EXTRACT ADVERTISEMENT. 13-1/2”L x 15”W. A cloth window advertisement showing an interaction between Mrs. Jones, who makes butter, and a merchant. The first scene reads “Merchant - What? More white butter? Nobody Wants It. Lady - Well I will get some cream color extract to day.” The second scene reads “Merchant - Yes Mrs. Jones we want all the butter you make, it is such a nice color. Lady - Oh I use Ransoms cream color extract - the only perfect butter color”. Housed in a frame under glass, this lithograph does show some discoloration and age wear but retains its vibrant color. (Good). 300 - 500 1739 - MOTHERS OATS “MOTHER’S BOY” ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH. 28-1/2”L x 21-1/2”W. A poster advertisement showing a young boy draped in a leopard skin rug, reading “Mothers Oats Raises Boys Like This.” With a few regions of discoloration including the upper and lower edges. Housed under glass in a gold painted frame. C. 1890’s. (Very Good). 300 - 500

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1740 - X-ZALIA MEDICINE CO. DIE-CUT ADVERTISEMENT. 16-1/4”L x 12”W. Advertising for “The New And Wonderful Discovery” for a number of skin ailments including eczema, piles, and burns. Showing an image of a Victorian woman on a bench surrounded by a border of pink puffs and lace with a red rose at the bottom. Professionally matted and framed under museum glass. (Very Good). 500 - 800 1741 - LOT OF 2: BAKEWELL CREAM & THORPES DELUXE CHOCOLATES ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 8”L x 7”W x 14”T. Lot consists of 1- figural Bakewell Cream advertising display, resembling the tin can “For Better Biscuits!” with a very life-like hand holding the product, coming from the top. Housed in a glass case, centered on an oak base with cast metal legs. 8-1/2”L x 2-1/2”W x 4-3/4”T.; 1- A single sided oval “We Sell Thorpes DeLuxe Chocolates advertising sign, manufactured by The Nathan M. Stone Company. Patented Feb. 13th, 1918. The metal frame shows some signs of very minimal wear. 8”L x 7”W x 14”T. (Excellent). 300 - 600 1742 - LOT OF 6: VARIOUS ADVERTISING TIN SHAKERS. Largest: 4” Dia. x 6”T. Lot consists of six tins from various brands 1Pounce for Tracing Clothes by Keuffel & Essex Co.; 1- Dr. Hess Instant Louse Killer, Kills Lice, Ticks and Fleas.; 1- two Johnson’s Powdered Wax For Dancing Floors.; 1- Astor House Brand Coffee of Abbott Grocery Co.; 1- Gopher-Cop, Kills Gophers.; Each display different wear but are in excellent condition, still retaining its nice color. Smallest, 1-1/2” Dia. x 2”T. Largest, 4” Dia. x 6”T. (Good). 500 - 800 1743 - LOT OF 3: MAIL POUCH, TUMS, & CAMELS THERMOMETERS. Largest: 13” x 5 - 1/2”. Lot consists of: three thermometers all in excellent condition with very minimal wear. This is a great lot of clean pieces. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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1744 - HEINZ FROSTED GLASS VINEGAR DISPENSER. Larger: The mouth of the barrel has some chipping as well as the mouth of the bottom spout. The barrel lifts off the base. Both pieces are marked “Heinz”. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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LOT - 1747 1745 - LOT OF 3: HEINZ’S BLACKBERRY, CHERRY AND CRANBERRY CROCKS. Largest:6” x 6 - 1/2”. Lot consists of crocks advertising cherry preserves, cranberry sauce and blackberry jam. All the crocks have the correct lids. There is some light soiling that should clean off. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1746 - EARLY COUNTRY STORE ADVERTISING FOUR PANE MIRROR. 84 - 3/4” x 43 - 1/4”. This large mirror was made by Morris Electric Turn Indicator Co. This piece is called “The Popular Mirror Advertising Display” and still retains its original brass makers mark tag on the bottom center. It advertises eight different businesses in Diller, Nebraska. The mirrors are all in very good condition with only some very minor foxing in a few areas. The wood frame has some minor soiling and light wear. (Very Good Plus). 800 - 1,500

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LOT - 1749

1747 - LOT OF 2: CAST IRON DESK BELLS. Largest: 4-1/2”L x 2-1/2”W x 2-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1- cast iron wind up desk bell, in the shape of a snail with a brown finish and black details. 4-1/2”L x 2-1/2”W x 2-1/2”T.; 1- cast iron desk bell with a silver finish, displaying wear commensurate with age. 2-3/4”W x 4”T. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600 1748 - LOT OF 9: SALESMAN SAMPLE BOOTS & CLOTHING. Largest: 8”L x 5”W x 2”T. Lot consists of 1- four salesman sample black rubber gloves for White Rubber Co. of Ravenna, Ohio. Two are with a yellow trim. 5”L x 2”W x 1”T.; 1- two salesman sample Candee rubber boots, C. late 1880’s. 3”L x 1”W x 5”T.; 1- salesman sample Carriboots, “Waterproof.” Made in Canada. 4”L x 1-1/2”W x 7-1/2”T.; 1- salesman sample trousers with the Dutchess Trousers tag stitched inside. 11”L x 4-1/2”W.; 1- salesman sample Rainbeau button up, contained in a yellow box. 8”L x 5”W x 2”T.; Aged wear but in superb condition. (Excellent). 300 - 800 1749 - HANDFORD’S BALSAM OF MYRRH CABINET. 9-1/2”L x 14-1/4”W x 24-1/4”T. This solid wood cabinet is in original condition with the original advertising, reading “Hanford’s Balsam of Myrrh.” The interior contains one shelf and holds two display pieces of St. Joseph Aspirin. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800

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LOT - 1752 LOT - 1753 1750 - GILLETTE RAZOR DISPLAY. 13-1/2”L x 17-1/2”W x 2-1/4”T. This solid wood tray has a hinged, glass lid and contains a variety of different razor blades. The abundance of razors are positioned sporadically but can display even better than pictured when properly set up. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1751 - LOT OF 2: GENERAL STORE DISPLAYS. Largest 8-1/2”L x 18-3/4”W x 13-1/4”T. Lot consists of 1 - Kleinert’s Baby Pants figural rocking crib. Lithographed tin and steel bar stock. 10”L x 12-1/2”W x 8-1/2”T. Contains several packs of diaper pins and one pair of white baby shoes.; 1 - Ace Dressing Comb display. This wood display shows the customer a lithograph on paper behind glass. The merchant side has 14 drawers, labeled by comb type. Some staining and degradation of labels. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800 LOT - 1754

1752 - LOT OF 3: FRAMED VINTAGE ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest 1-1/2”L x 20-1/2”W x 26-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1- Die cut lithograph for Citizens Bank of Gorin, Missouri.; 1 - Die cut lithograph compliments of C. M. Callender Dry Goods.; 1 - Lithograph for F.S. Cleaver’s Glycerine and Cucumber Toilet Soap.; Each are beautifully framed, displaying minimal wear. (Very Good). 300 - 800 1753 - FRAMED KELLOG’S RICE KRISPIES LITHOGRAPH. 1-1/4”L x 40-1/2”W x 52-1/2”T. Featuring Snap, Crackle, and Pop, this lithograph on cardboard was produced in 1947. Though there is soiling throughout the sign and a visible crease at the center, this mid-century advertisement still retains its vivid color and quality. The litho was made in the USA by the Kellogg Company. It is protected behind glass and in a nicely detailed wood frame. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800 1754 - ROYAL CROWN COLA STRING HOLDER DISPENSER. 12” x 8” x 16 -1/4”. This piece has moderate wear with wax paper residue on both sides as well as some soiling and rubs. It still displays well and would look great in a country store setting. (Fair). 300 - 700

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1755 - FIGURAL MELTONIAN SHOE CREAM COUNTERTOP DISPLAY. 7-1/4”L x 3-1/4”W x 15-1/2”T. The construction of this figural character boasts a finely dressed gentleman and rests upon a white base, boasting “Meltonian Shoe Cream & Dressings.” In nice condition with some normal crazing throughout. This piece displays wonderfully. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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1756 - LOT OF 4: LION ADVERTISING FIGURINES. Largest: 3-3/4”L x 1-1/2”W x 2-3/4”T. Lot of four includes similar lion figurines but each advertise something different. 1- reads “Service! Anytime • Anywhere.” 4”L x 1”W x 2”T.; 1- reads “Lion Oil Refining Company.” 3-3/4”L x 1-1/2”W x 2-3/4”T.; 1- reads “Lyon Fireproof Storage Co. Los Angeles, Cal.” 4”L x 1”W x 2”T.; 1- reads “... Warehouses, Inc. U.S. Bonded & Free.” 4”L x 1”W x 2”T.; All four of the lions display a different finish, some with traces of verdigris. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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1757 - OVERSIZED SKETCHERS DISPLAY BOOT. 13” x 36” x 20”. Very well made boot of leather and rubber. Display boot has only a few scuffs and rubs to the sides of the boot. (Excellent). 300 - 600 1758 - LOT OF 9: MASTER BIKE LOCK DISPLAY WITH 8 LOCKS. Largest: 15” x 10 -1/2”. This display has eight various bike locks hanging from the bottom. The top marquee that says “Master” has some oxidation and wear to the finish. The main sign is cardboard and has some soiling and minor paper loss on the bottom edge. (Very Good). 300 - 600 1759 - PARKE DAVIS VITAMIN PRODUCTS DISPLAY CASE. 23” x 8 -1/2” x 20 -1/2”. This is a great Art Deco display case for Parke Davis Vitamin Products. The center bottom has “Medicamenta Vera” written in a circle with “PD&Co.” in the center. It has some light oxidation and soiling. Otherwise, it is in great condition. (Very Good Plus). 300 - 600

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1761 - LOT OF 2: PHARMACIST ADVERTISING MORTARS. Largest 12-1/2 Dia. x 15”T. Using the classic iconography of a pharmacist’s mortar and pestle, these ceramic mortars both have “Rx” raised and painted gold along with the rims. Some gold paint loss. These are not actual mortars suitable for use with a pestle, they are for advertising. The small mortar measures 5-3/4” Dia. x 7”T. (Very Good). 200 - 600 1762 - GARCIA GRANDE CIGAR DISPLAY CASE. 15-1/4”L x 9-3/4”W x 13-3/4”T. An early display case with a glass front, advertising Garcia Grande cigars, “Very Mild.” The cabinet is oak with “Garcia Grande” in red lettering, outlined in gold. Property of J. Klorfein, owner of the design. There is wear on the exterior cabinet and the paper litho is heavily soiled. (Good). 200 - 400

1760 - PAIR OF LANCE DISPLAY CASES. 15” x 10” x 26 -1/2”. Lot consists of two identical display cases from Lance. The first of the cases is in excellent condition and the second has a broken side panel and some paint loss on the top and side trim. (Very Good Plus). 300 - 600

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LOT - 1766

1763 - ROYAL GARDEN TEAS DISPLAY CASE. 22-1/2”L x 26-1/2”W x 40-1/4”T. An early display case, composed of wood with glass sides and a single glass interior shelf. The composition of the wood features a light carved trim at the top, “Royal Garden Teas” is inscribed below. The interior is accessible by a full length back door panel with hand-stenciled inscriptions, colored in black. (Good - Very Good). 200 - 600

LOT - 1765

1764 - LOT OF 3: SPITTOONS. Largest: 9-1/4” Dia. x 10”T. Lot consists of 1 - Aluminum spittoon, cast base, 7” tall.; 1 - Brass spittoon, made by Arcade Mfg. Co. of Freeport, Illinois. 10” tall.; 1 - Brass spittoon, made by Albert Pick & Co. of Chicago, 7-1/2” tall. (Very Good). 200 - 400 1765 - LOT OF 3: EARLY ADVERTISING DISPLAYS & A HARMONICA. Largest: 6-1/2”L x 4”W x 14-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1Sellograph by United States Mercantile Company, containing 10¢ Merchandise Orders. Copyrighted 1924. With age related wear.; 1- Poll-Parrot Shoes store display. C. 1930’s. The bird is red, perched upon an orange base. There is noticeable wear and paint loss.; 1- Bugle Band harmonica, “The most perfect Harmonica.” Complete with chain. (Good). 200 - 400 1766 - HEINZ VINEGAR GLASS BARREL AND STAND. 9”L x 6-1/2”W x 13”T. The glass base is mostly frosted and has the Heinz company information and “Pickling & Preserving Works” molded into the front. The separate 9” tall figural barrel has artistic frosting on the staves of the barrel, “Heinz” frosted letters on a clear silhouette of a cucumber, and a slightly degraded paper label for Heinz Pure Cider Vinegar. The tap is black plastic. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 800 1767 - EARLY WOOD SPOOL CABINET. 24”L x 15-1/2”W x 16”T. This is an early spool cabinet, composed of wood with matching wood knobs. There are four drawers, each labelled with an engraving that reads “Celebrated / Kid Gloves / Mathers / Perfumed”. There is some surface wear and scratches but has a pleasant appearance overall. (Good). 100 - 300

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LOT - 1769 1768 - EAST END DAIRY GREEN GLASS MILK BOTTLE. 9 - 1/2” x 3 - 3/4”. Little to no wear noted. Extremely rare. Great color. (Near Mint Plus). 1,000 - 2,000 1769 - THE VAN CLEVE GLASS CO. SALESMAN SAMPLE SHOWCASE. 24”W x 6-1/2”D x 10-1/2”T. A miniature glass display case with marble trim around the front and sides and mirrored wood doors along the back. The mirrors within are showing crazing and discoloration while the glass remains free from cracks. Two vertical cracks are seen in the marble front. Retaining a celluloid label showing a patent date of June 12, 1900, and marked “Made by The Van Cleve Glass Co. of Cleveland, Ohio.” (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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1770 - DIAMOND DYES DISPLAY CABINET. 10”L x 23”W x 30”T. A wooden display cabinet, advertising Diamond Dyes on one side, revealing a three interior shelf cabinet on the other side. The graphic is litho on wood and displays a fantastic array of colors. Also reading “Fast Colors For Domestic & Fancy Dyeing.” There is some wear to the cabinet but the graphic is so brilliant, it distracts the viewer from any wear seen otherwise. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1771 - DIAMOND DYES ADVERTISING CABINET. 9-3/4”L x 22-1/4”W x 30”T. An oak cabinet, advertising Diamond Dyes “The Standard Package Dyes Of The World!” One side of the cabinet features a broadside with information regarding the brand and was manufactured by the Wells & Richard Company. The other side displays a bright and colorful litho by The American Art Works, copyrighted in 1911. Pictured is a group of children in exceptionally colored clothing, playing with a balloon. Inside are 35 slots, each labeled corresponding to a certain color. For example, Cardinal Red for Wool. Wear is commensurate with age but the litho remains bright. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,500 1772 - HUMPHREYS’ REMEDIES DISPLAY CABINET. 5”L x 21-1/4”W x 28-1/2”T. This lithographed tin cabinet has two front sliding doors with a list of all of the ailments and corresponding remedy inside. The product is in great original condition. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 1,200

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LOT - 1774

1773 - ROUND DISPLAY SHOWCASE WITH STAND. 63”T x 26” Dia. Glass showcase, featuring an all-around display with 5 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. (Good - Very Good). 2,000 - 4,000 1774 - LARGE GLASS DISPLAY CABINET. 24”L x 53-3/4”W x 12-3/4”T. A glass display case, large in size and is composed of an oak frame. There are two back doors also made of wood, complete with two pull out drawers at the center. Light scratches are visible on the glass and there is some wear to the frame. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200

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LOT - 1775 1775 - CANDY STORE SALES-DISPLAY CABINET. 11-1/2”L x 46-1/2”W x 9-1/2”T. A large candy store display cabinet with drawers filled with different kinds of candy. Manufactured by the Sales-Display Cabinet Company. Framed in oak with front glass panels. The condition is pleasant throughout with little indications of wear. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

1776 - LARGE WOOD AND GLASS DISPALY CABINET. 59 -3/4” x 24 -1/2” x 25”. Slant front display showcase with a wood frame and glass on all sides. Glass is intact and free from cracks and the wood shows some age wear. Interior has supports for four shelves but shelves themselves are not included. Includes two keys for the rear door lock. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500

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1778 - OAK SHOWCASE. 14-1/2”L x 29”W x 38”T. This oak and glass showcase that features twelve tip-out cabinet doors with a fixed tray made of three rods to hold circular objects, probably spools of ribbon. A great piece in its original condition. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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1777 - LOT OF 2: GENERAL STORE COUNTER DISPLAYS. Largest 8”L x 11-3/4”W x 25-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1 - Sauer’s Flavoring Extracts display cabinet. Oak cabinet has graphics on the sides as well as the reverse on glass front. A variety of Sauer products are inside.; 1 - Boye Sewing Needle display cabinet. Aluminum cabinet with glass, measures 7-1/4”L x 12”W x 11-3/4”T. (Very Good Excellent). 500 - 1,500

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1779 - VINTAGE OAK DISPLAY CABINET. 27-1/4”L x 59-1/2”W x 16”T. A classic counter top display cabinet constructed of oak and glass. The oak interior bottom has been painted red and is accessed by the sliding, mirror doors in the rear. In original condition. The cabinet was used as the penny candy case for Lark Mercantile, an authentic ghost town of Lark, Utah. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 1,200 1780 - TABLETOP CURVED GLASS DISPLAY. 33”L x 24”W x 13”T. A small tabletop display cabinet with a curved glass front, mirrored back, wood interior floor, metal frame and a sliding back door panel. An orange and black decal centrally positioned reads “What Size Please? El Producto for real enjoyment” in yellow lettering. Some wear throughout with dents on the frame. (Good). 400 - 1,200

1781 - TABLETOP GLASS DISPLAY CASE. 10”L x 6-1/2”W x 15-1/4”T. A fancy glass display case, having a metal frame with ornate floral decoration and includes three interior shelves. This great little display is a folding salesman sample type. When folded, it packs away nicely. Very early and ornate. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 1782 - VINTAGE COUNTER TOP DISPLAY CASE. 27-3/4”L x 55”W x 14-1/2”T. This display case has clear glass on the front, sides, and top, and mirrors on the back and bottom. The front glass is etched “Our Very Best / Warranted Cutlery / Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co.”. The plaque on the bottom front show the case manufacturers are Union Show Case Co. of Chicago. The front also has a decal for “Jolly Jack” candies. (Very Good). 400 - 1,000

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1783 - TABLETOP CURVED GLASS DISPLAY. 35”L x 15”W x 12”T. A small tabletop display cabinet with a curved glass front, mirrored back, wood interior floor, metal frame and a wood back door panel with lock, opening from the top. Some wear and dents throughout. (Good). 300 - 800 1784 - LOT OF 2: GLASS DISPLAY CASES. Largest: 13-1/2”L x 18-1/2”W x 9-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1- glass case, advertising Ever-Ready Shaving Brushes with “Sterilized” and “Guaranteed” embossed in yellow. Complete with glass sides and a wood drawer released from the back, featuring 12 empty slots. Manufactured by the American Safety Razor Corporation.; 1curved glass store display with an oak frame and an antique interior mirror. The small silver plaque on the front reads “J. R. Iswig” of Chicago.; Both pieces show wear. (Good). 300 - 700

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LOT - 1785 1785 - SANI SODA FOUNTAIN TABLE. 30-1/2”L x 30-1/2”W x 29-1/2”T. A very nice example with decorative cast iron, claw foot legs and wood, swing out seats. These tables are most frequently seen with a glass display top which can be lifted up to place desired items below. This particular style would have come with a marble top. The cast iron elements have a very clean nickel plating and the seats are in very nice condition. This table can easily be fitted with a new glass, wood, or marble top. (Excellent). 4,500 - 6,000 230

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2001 - STANDARD BREWING CO. TIN LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed : 24” x 32” x 1 -1/2”. This sign is shadow box framed behind glass. It features an illustration of the execution of 38 Sioux Indians at Makato Minnesota on December 26, 1862. The colors are very strong and vibrant. The field is rather strong with only a few marks. There are some rubs, minor paint loss and a few paint nicks on the borders and edges. (Very Good Plus). 1,600 - 3,000

2002 - 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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2003 - DRINK RHEINGOLD BEER SELF-FRAMED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 15-1/2”L x 19-1/2”W. This advertisement shows a bartender and three men enjoying glasses of Rheingold. The bottom of the frame reads “Evansville Brewing Ass’n”. In original condition with a few flea bites in the field and some wear around the edges. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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2004 - ARROW BEER PIN UP TILE ADVERTISEMENT. 25-1/2”L x 13-1/2”W. Artwork by Earl Moran depicting a nude blonde woman in a seated position, originally titled “Tomorrow’s Star” c. 1939. The advertisement reads “Matchless Body - Arrow Beer”. Housed in a wood frame showing some wear. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500 2005 - O.F.C. RYE “MASSA’S FAVORITE” ADVERTISEMENT. 27-1/2”L x 17”W. Featuring an image of an African American man holding a bottle of O.F.C. Rye on a tray. The text “Massa’s Choice” implies this man shown is a servant and this is his master’s favorite whiskey. Showing very mild wear consistent with the age of this early piece of wonderful black Americana. Housed in a frame under glass. This beautiful clean look is a crossover to many categories of collections. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500 2006 - DUFFY’S PURE MALT WHISKEY CLOCK. 32 -1/4” x 18 -1/4” x 5” . Made by The New Haven Clock Co. The reverse glass design on the bottom is in very good condition with a few rubs above the man’s arm. Clock comes with the pendulum. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 2009 2007 - BEAUTIFUL L.A. BREWING CO. TIN LITHO CHANGE TRAY. 5” Dia. Circa 1900 to 1905 with stunning appearance and miniscule rim nicks only. (Near Mint). 800 - 1,200 2008 - KAIER BREWING TIN ADVERTISING TRAY. 16 -1/2” x 13 -1/2”. Dated 1905. The tray has great color and great graphics of a woman and her horse. The field is rather clean with only a few marks and rubs. The border has some light marks and the outside edge has some scattered nicks. This is a very nice example. (Very Good Plus). 800 - 1,400 2009 - J.H. CUTTER WHISKY ADVERTISING SERVING TRAY. 16 -1/2” x 13 -/2” x 1”. This tray was made by The Meek Company in Coshocton, Ohio. It has great colors and displays well. The field is very clean with some light crazing. The edges and border have some marks and a few nicks. (Very Good Plus). 500 - 1,000 2010 - BLUE WING WHISKEY TIN LITHO ADVERTISING CHARGER. 13-1/4”L x 16-1/2”W. Advertisement for C.H. Wittenberg Distribution Company of St. Louis, MO showing a blue-winded teal. Speckled with minor wear throughout that is non offensive and takes away very little from the overall appearance. Just a good look on a great size tray. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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2011 - ELEPHANT SALOON SIGN. 60”W x 16”T. Wooden sign is painted black with a central image of an elephant around which reads “The Miners Friend”. A smaller sign is attached with chains and reads “House Whiskey 5¢”. Both signs display paint loss and wear throughout. Age unknown. (Good). 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 2013 2012 - FRAMED CRYSTAL CAFE ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH. 22-1/2”L x 17-1/2”W. A very colorful lithograph titled the Modern Venus featuring a bare woman with a fringe scarf draped over her lower half, surrounded by floral decoration. Advertising the Crystal Cafe of Michigan, “Beer - Wine - Liquor” and promotes “Dancing Fri., Sat., And Sun.” The picture is still vibrant, displaying wear mostly on the wood frame. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 600 2013 - CREAM OF KENTUCKY TIN LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. 14” x 17-1/2”. A large oval depicting a very sexy nude promoting an equally sexy named Cream of Kentucky Whiskey from the I. Trager Co. of Cincinnati OH. A very unusual sign in that it was printed on the reverse of a tray blank with an unrolled edge to allow for two factory hanging holes. Pre Prohibition, copyright 1905. Sign exhibits crazing and surface wear, but a very scarce nude tray in any condition. (Good). 500 - 1,500

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2014 - FRAMED E. FLECKENSTEIN BREWING COMPANY DIE CUT ADVERTISEMENT. Framed : 26-1/2”T x 20-3/4”L x 2-1/2”W. A die-cut advertisement, featuring the E. Fleckenstein Brewing Company promoting the Ernst Bottle Beer “Brewed From Choicest Malt and Hops.” Three men are pictured, enjoying a glass of beer and a sandwich. The color is stunning and the glossy finish still remains intact. The sign is professionally framed, protected beneath glass. (Good - Very Good). 700 - 1,400

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LOT - 2018 2015 - ARROW BEER PIN UP ADVERTISING POSTER. 19-1/4”L x 29”W. Artwork by Earl Moran depicting a nude blonde woman in a seated position, originally titled “Tomorrow’s Star” C. 1939. The advertisement reads “Matchless Body - Arrow Beer”. Housed in a wood frame and showing some wear to the backing with a few scrapes in the field. Likely a 1974 reprint with white lettering instead of silver as shown on the originals. (Very Good). 800 - 1,200 2016 - PARK BREWING CO. ADVERTISING TRAY FROM WINONA, MINN. Framed : 18 -1/4” x 18 -1/4” x 3”. This tray is shadow box framed behind glass. It has unfaded, vibrant colors and a great illustration of an active factory. The field is in near mint condition with no issues. The gold rim on the right side does have some very well done restoration which is hard to see. This is a great example of a hard to find tray. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,800 2017 - GOLDEN WEDDING PURE RYE REVERSE GLASS ADVERTISING SIGN. 41-1/2”W x 29-1/2”T. Golden Wedding Pure Rye Whiskey Reverse Glass Advertising Sign. A large impressive sign with fancy black text bouncing off a solid gold flake background. Jos. S. Finch of Pittsburg PA was the distiller and he had this sign placed in a very decorative fancy gold gesso frame which is marked “G. Wed.” on reverse. Nice condition with very little wear. A truly large gutsy sign for any saloon, bar, or game room. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 236

LOT - 2019 2018 - MINNEAPOILS BREWING CO. GOLDEN GRAIN BELT ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed : 26 -3/4” x 20 -3/4”. This paper sign is framed behind glass. It was made by Forbes Boston and is dated 1900. It shows a hunter trading some ducks for Grain Belt Beer. It has great color and detail. There are some areas of soiling and a few very small closed tears that are very hard to see. (Excellent). 1,600 - 3,000 2019 - BUFFALO BREWING CO. BOHEMIAN BEER TIN LITHO ADVERTISING CHARGER. 24”L x 24”W. Showing an image of a lovely brunette woman and reading “That Delicious Beer” across the bottom. Edge wear and a few minor spots in the field. By Beach Art Display, Coshocton, O. Bright colors and fantastic script on this well known and sought after California sign. The same ad years ago has sold for more than 20k in past sales. (Very Good). 3,000 - 6,000

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2020 - SCHMIDT BREWING COMPANCY TIN LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed : 43” x 31 -1/4”. This sign was made by The American Art Works and it is framed without glass. It has a great illustration of an active factory. The colors are fantastic. There are a few added holes, shallow bends and some light scrapes. The frame has some wood loss as well, but sign still displays quite well. (Very Good). 2,000 - 3,500

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2021 - THE CENTRAL BREWING CO. ADVERTISING TRAY. 16 -1/2” x 13 -3/4” x 1”. This is a great tray with very strong colors and a great graphic. It was made by Mayer & Lavenson Co. New York. The field is in fantastic shape with no issues. The outside rim has very minor wear with a few marks and light rubs. There is one scrape on the “N” in the word “Brewing”. This is a wonderful example. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2022 - ROCK CASTLE MILLS WHISKEY REVERSE GLASS SIGN. 31”W x 39”T. A highly detailed and colorful image by the Tuchfarber & Co. Cincinnati OH. Tuchfarber is mainly known for their high quality tin litho signs, but in this case they supplied their expertise to this Rock Castle image in stone lithography on glass. The whiskey is described as “old fashion copper doubled pure rye.” Another large impressive reverse glass sign in its original fancy frame. Excellent overall condition with minor toning. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500 2023 - THE D.L. AREY DISTILLING CO. TIN SIGN IN FRAME. 42-1/4”L x 30-1/2”T. Self-framed tin sign of the D. L. Arey Distilling Co., advertising their Pride Of North Carolina Whiskey. “The Whiskey That Made North Carolina Famous.” Exhibiting a very colorful graphic, still containing its bright qualities. The tin litho sign is mounted in an oak frame. There is some minimal wear along the bottom of the sign but is most visible on the wood. Overall condition is great. Wonderful image and content. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

LOT - 2024 2024 - 1897 LORENZ SCHMIDT’S MT. CARBON BREWERY ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 18 -1/4” x 23” x 1”. This very scarce calendar has the December page shown. It has a great image of a well dressed woman and her dog. There are some closed tears and some paper loss on the center right area. The calendar still displays great and would sit well in any brewery collection. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 2027 2025 - 1903 LORENZ SCHMIDT’S MT. CARBON BREWERY CALENDAR. Framed : 24 -1/2” x 20 -1/4”. This calendar is framed behind glass. It has a great image of two pretty women holding up a book entitled “Our Annual Greeting 1903”. There are some areas of discoloration, and the edges may have been trimmed. The calendar has not been examined outside of the frame. There is a 1” tear on the bottom right corner. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2026 - SHE DRINKS COOKS WATER ADVERTISEMENT. 28-3/4”L x 16-3/4”W. This brightly colored and iconic “Cooks Water Girl” is one of the cleanest examples known. Showing a colorful image of a Victorian woman sporting a stunning red dress and contrasting nylons and bonnet the ad has a “wow” factor the is timeless. Minor edge wear. Framed under museum glass. Will definitely stand out in any collection. Near mint condition with only very small non distracting edge wear. (Excellent). 2,000 - 5,000 2027 - OUR MONOGRAM RYE REVERSE GLASS ADVERTISING SIGN. 30-1/4”W x 22-3/4”T. Very fancy script lettering shaded in gold and silver leaf pops off the black background and red border. Kessler & Co. 53 Dey St. NY was the distiller and distributor of this fine sign, presented in its original fancy gold gesso frame. Excellent condition overall but there is an apparent touch up along the border and bottom. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 2,000 238

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2028 - THE KAMM & SCHELLINGER BREWING COMPANY ADVERTISEMENT. 41”L x 30-3/4”W. Advertising for Pilsener Private Stock Export beer featuring a great graphic of a lion climbing to the top of a globe that rests on a barrel topped with hops, barley and a bottle. Kamm & Schellinger Brewing Co. Mishawaka, IN. Matted and framed under glass. Great colors and super image of a muscular lion. Classic ad that shows wonderfully. Super untouched condition. (Excellent). 800 - 2,000

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2029 - FRAMED 1903 JOHN GUND BREWING COMPANY CALENDAR. 31”W x 40”T. This litho calendar depicts a delicate fair skinned woman at the center, surrounded by a gold finished border, perfectly matching the frame it is mounted in. Advertising the John Gund Brewing Company, manufactured by the same company and copyrighted in 1902. Each month of the 1903 year is sporadically placed along the bottom, in chronological order. There are creases found throughout with some wear on the field and edge, and two minuscule instances of torn pieces. From the Collection of Gary Johnson. (Good). 600 - 1,200 2030 - FRAMED “OLD CROW SOUR MASH WHISKEY” LITHOGRAPH. 27-1/2”W x 32-1/2”T. The sign illustrates some mice scavenging through the Old Crow Distillery. One is standing on a filled bottle, reading “Old Crow Sour Mash Whiskey.” This is a great graphic with nice use of subtle color. The litho is copyrighted by Major & Knapp Co. 1884 and is in superb condition. It is mounted in a nice wooden frame with gold beaded interior trim but shows wear. Age unknown. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2031 - REPRODUCTION EL-BART DRY GIN ADVERTISING POSTER. 41-1/2”L x 29-1/2”W. Advertisement for El Bart gin manufactured by the Wilson Distilling Co. Belair Road, Baltimore, MD with copyright c. 1905. Lithograph by Kaufman & Strauss Co., NY. Housed in a wood frame with gold beaded detail. Current re-creation. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500

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LOT - 2035 2032 - SLOMAN’S DIAMOND WEDDING PURE RYE ADVERTISING TIN. 12” Dia. Advertised is Sloman’s Diamond Wedding Pure Rye of Aug. Baetzhold in Buffalo, NY on a round tin. Painted gold with brown details and a graphic illustrating an exceptionally dressed woman, enjoying a small glass of pure rye. Produced by Chas. W. Shonk Co. Litho. Chicago. Hard to find with such minimal wear and bright colors. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2033 - DEACON BROWN THE KING OF PHOSPHATES TIN TRAY. 5” Dia. Dated 1911. This is a great looking tray with some paint loss on the bottom rim and border. (Very Good Plus). 400 - 700

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2034 - JOHNSTON’S SARSAPARILLA DIE-CUT ADVERTISEMENT. 17-1/2”L x 21-1/2W. Advertising for quart bottles of Johnston’s sarsaparilla featuring three Victorian girls in frilly, ruffled dresses and matching hats. Housed in a wood frame under glass. Retaining excellent color and detail with only minor age wear. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2035 - WHITE ROCK WATER “MISS CUE” ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH. 20”W x 27”T. Advertised is White Rock Water of the White Rock Mineral Springs Co. featured on a glass bottle. Illustrated is a sweet lady, dressed in all red clad with black gloves and is holding a pool stick. Reading “You Cant Miss Cue.” Excellent color and graphic, well kept in a black frame, preserved under museum glass. With some very minor non offensive small edge wear. Fantastic color combination that catches the eye. A wonderful early ad that is hard to find. Near mint condition. (Very Good). 1,000 - 4,000

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2036 - MCFARLAN CARRIAGE CO. ADVERTISING POSTER. 54”L x 21-1/4”W. A fantastic graphic advertisement showcasing “The McFarlan Special Train to Texas, shipped Jan’y. 8, 1900. Contends 1000 McFarlan vehicles, every job sold to dealers whose names appear on the cars.” Showing examples of the buggies that would have been within the train as well as the Connersville, Indiana factory. This is one of only three known. Housed in an oak frame and under glass. Retaining excellent color and overall condition. (Excellent). 10,000 - 15,000

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2037 - NEW YORK CENTRAL & HUDSON RIVER RAILROAD ADVERTISING POSTER. 26”L x 31-3/4”T. A poster advertising The Grand Central Depot at New York, by Matthews & Warren Commercial Advertiser Printing House. “All Through Trains Of This Road Arrive At And Depart From This Depot, - The Finest In The World.” The illustration displays a vast building, surrounded by crowds of people. The shades appear dull but the picture is very detailed and has a charming appearance. This is the first known ad for the Grand Central Station. A very rare item, believed to be the only known example. (Good Very Good). 5,000 - 10,000

LOT - 2037 2038 - TIGER CHEWING TOBACCO ADVERTING LITHOGRAPH. 32”L x 26”T. A very colorful sign with life like graphics displaying the face of a tiger at the center and features exceptional detail. Advertised is Tiger Chewing Tobacco, “5¢ Package” paired with a matching original inscribed frame. There is light wear on the field but it is protected behind glass. A exceptionally graphic sign that has a 3-D appearance. Tiger appears to be lunging through the weeds when viewed from all angles. One of the best examples we have seen. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,500 2039 - CHANCELLOR CIGAR “THE CIGAR OF QUALITY” ADVERTISING POSTER. 40-3/4”L x 24”W. Showing the iconic Chancellor Girl artwork, in original condition with some staining to one side. Copyright 1910 by American Cigar Co. Housed in the original frame. Great colorful piece. (Very Good). 2,500 - 4,000

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2040 - SMOKE “UNIQUE” CIGARETTES ADVERTISEMENT. 31-1/4”L x 23”W. A charming tobacco sign, advertising Unique Cigarettes of Drummond Tobacco Co. of St. Louis. ‘If Your Dealer Does Not Carry Them In Stock Send Us Fifty Cents In Stamps, And We Will Send You 100 “Unique” Cigarettes By Mail.’ Illustrating a fair skinned woman, dressed in Edwardian clad, sitting atop a carton of cigarettes. Superb color throughout with some light wear, housed in a gilt frame. Copyright 1883 or 1893, Drummond Tobacco Company, St. Louis, MO. (Very Good). 3,000 - 5,000

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2041 - ZOO-ZOO TOBACOO ADVERTISEMENT. 31-1/2”L x 25-1/2”W. Pristine and original advertising for The Wilson & McCallay Tobacco Co. of Middletown, Ohio. Featuring a magnificent growling tiger graphic at the center. The image is done so well that it appears to be lunging towards you from all angles. Retaining superb color throughout. Housed in original frame under glass. A first class piece in mint condition. The only one we have ever seen. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000

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2042 - SEIDENBERG CO.’S LA FLOR DE LILLIAN RUSSELL CIGARS ADVERTISING SIGN. 32-1/2”L x 26-1/2”W. An early reverse glass tobacco advertisement for Seidenberg Co.’s La Flor Cigars, featuring an exceptional portrait of the wondrous Lillian Russell. She was a celebrated actress and singer during the turn of the 20th century and dominated with her stage presence. The sign is beautifully placed in a wood frame with some flaking to the field only, the image and lettering are completely in tact. An outstanding image with gold and silver leaf lettering that has stood the test of time. Certainly a great addition to any category of advertising. (Very Good). 3,000 - 7,000

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2043 - LOT OF 5: SMOKE OLD VIRGINIA CHEROOTS “THE CAKE WALK” TOBACCO AD SET. 21-1/2”L x 22”W. Lot consists of a set of five Smoke Old Virginia Cheroots tobacco advertisements, indicating “3 For 5 Cents.” Offering The Cane Walk No.’s 1 through 5, the full set. Copyrighted 1899. Each appear to be in near perfect condition, professionally matted and housed in black frame with burgundy trim. The vibrant and crisp colors stand out to make this incredible full set of early ads something you don’t want to miss out on. These are the kind of ads that collections of investment grade caliber are built around. Finding the set is difficult, but to find them in this condition is remarkable. Flamboyant content, dynamic color, dazzling attire worn by non other than period couples makes this an unheard of find, geared towards the serious collector. (Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000

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2044 - EXEMPLAR CIGAR SIGN WITH ABE LINCOLN. Framed : 30 -1/4” x 26 -1/2”. This sign is shadow box framed behind glass. It has a very striking look. Made by Chas. W. Shonk Co. Litho. Chicago. The colors are very strong and unfaded. There are a few rubs and some scattered marks which do not detract from the appearance. This sign rarely comes up for sale and almost never in this condition. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000 2045 - EARLY 1900’S CRAWFORD CIGARS WOODEN ADVERTISING BICYCLE PUMP. 29 - 3/4” x 20 - 1/2” x 11 - 1/2”. This is a fantastic wooden bicycle pump with designs on all four sides advertising Crawford Cigars which was from Binghamton, New York. It has all original paint with no touch ups. The colors are quite strong and pleasing. The original plunger pump is intact and moves freely. On the sides there are metal wheel holders that are in excellent shape. There is a small hole in the center of one side where an air tube once was. There is a natural split on one side of the piece. There are some scuffs, rubs and light paint loss mostly on the base. The pump displays well above average. This is a great piece of Americana that would sit well in any great collection. (Excellent). 2,500 - 5,000

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2046 - OLD VIRGINIA CHEROOTS ADVERTISING STRING HOLDER. 8-1/2”L x 8-1/2”W x 9-1/2”T. A unique, three sided hanging string dispenser consisting of seven individual pieces held together at the edges which folds flat when laid down. A well done and hard to detect non distracting partial restoration is evident upon very close inspection. Marked with patent date of June 30, 1908. This unique and rare piece of memorabilia has been held privately for years and is certainly a remarkable find. (Very Good). 2,000 - 5,000

2048 - JOHN FINXER & BROS. TOBACCO ADVERTISING POSTER. 31”L x 22-3/4”W. Early and vibrantly colorful advertisement for Finzer’s Old Honesty Plug Tobacco featuring a fantastic eagle graphic. Matted and framed under museum glass. Litho by Russell & Morgan Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Showing creases conducive with fold marks from original shipping to vendor. Definitely collector grade. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,500

2047 - AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. OLD VIRGINIA CHEROOTS ADVERTISEMENT. 24-1/2”L x 18-1/2”W. Reading “Smoke Old Virginia Cheroots, Manufactured only by The Whitlock Branch of the American Tobacco Co. Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A.”. Graphic has very nice detail. Showing a few spots of discoloration and a small tear from one edge. Retaining the metal hanging strips to the top and bottom, this advertising poster is housed under glass in a wood frame. (Very Good). 1,800 - 2,400

2049 - HOME RUN CIGARETTES ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed : 25 -1/4” x 19 -1/4” x 2”. This cardstock sign is shadow box framed behind glass. It has an incredible image of a batter and a catcher getting ready for the next pitch. It displays very well with warm colors. On the bottom edge it is marked “Copyright 1909 The American Tobacco Company”. There are some tiny pinholes on the top and bottom sections. These do not take away anything from the beauty of this very difficult to find sign. (Very Good Plus). 1,500 - 3,000 2050 - FATIMA CIGARETTES ADVERTISING CHARGER. 19” Dia. This is a very vibrant sign by Fatima Cigarettes. The colors are so strong. The graphics are very unique and appealing. There are a few nicks in the field and one small area of paint loss to the right of the woman’s right elbow. The border and rim have a few marks and rubs. (Very Good Plus). 1,200 - 2,400

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2051 - BAGLEY’S SMOKING TOBACCO LIME KILN CLUB ADVERTISING POSTER. Framed: 41 -1/2” x 36 -1/4” x 1”. This late 1800’s poster is framed behind glass. It has great colors and a very lively illustration. It only has one vertical fold line in the center. This is a great example of this very hard to find poster. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,400 2052 - 1920’S PAUL WANER LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE TROLLEY SIGN. Framed : 26 -3/4” x 17”. This sign is matted and framed behind glass. It has unfaded, strong colors and a great illustration of Paul Waner swinging a bat. It is in near mint condition with no issues. (Near Mint). 1,200 - 2,000 2053 - 1920’S LLOYD WANER LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE TROLLEY SIGN. Framed : 26 -3/4” x 17”. Beautifully framed and matted. Near mint condition with strong colors and a great illustration. (Near Mint). 1,200 - 2,000

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2054 - 1920’S HARRY HEILMANN LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE TROLLEY SIGN. Framed : 26 -3/4” x 17”. Professionally matted and framed behind glass. This sign has very strong colors and a great illustration of Harry Heilmann. The sign is in near mint condition with almost no wear. A fine example. (Near Mint). 1,200 - 2,000 2055 - 1920’S BOB GROVE LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE TROLLEY SIGN. Framed : 26 -3/4” x 17”. This sign is matted and framed behind glass. It has very strong colors and a great illustration of Bob Grove throwing a baseball. There is a light fold mark on the upper left corner and a tiny mark to the left of the word “Cream”. This is a very fine example. (Excellent Plus). 1,200 - 2,000 LOT - 2055

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2056 - ADMIRATION CIGAR CAST ALUMINUM ADVERTISING SIGN. 14 -1/2” x 8” x 5”. This is a great sign with a strong appearance. Retains original cigar. It sits on a custom contemporary base with some wear to the paint and mild soiling. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2057 - ST. BRUNO FLAKE PORCELAIN TOBACCO ADVETISING SIGN. 39”L x 26-1/2”W. Single sided sign housed in a wood frame. This bold lettered sign is an advertisement for St. Bruno “The Standard Dark” flake tobacco. Showing excellent color and shine with two regions of enamel loss, one in the field, and one around a mounting hole. Bright, colorful deep hues with the early heavy porcelain embossing. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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2058 - ROYAL FRUIT TOBACCO EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 9-1/2”L x 7”W. Very early single sided heavily embossed tin advertisement with chain for hanging and features a woman’s face within an orange and blossoms. Reads “5¢ Cigar Rich And Elegant.” Sign manufactured by Kaufmann & Strauss Co., N.Y.. Retaining great color with minimal wear. A fantastic addition to any collection. A small non offensive ding is present. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 2059 - BULL DURHAM TOBACCO EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 14-1/2”L x 10-1/4”W. Very early and rare single sided heavily embossed tin sign housed in a wood frame. Showing an image of their iconic bull and advertising a 10 oz bag for 5¢. Manufactured by W.T. Blackwell & Co. With some wear, mainly to the mounting holes. Vibrant colors on this extremely rare cigar store ad. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2060 - DIE-CUT HERNAN CORTEZ CIGARS TIN SIGN. 16-1/4”L x 11-1/4”W. Single sided die-cut tin sign, advertising Hernan Cortez Cigars “For Men Of Brains” and was made at Key West by Haeusermann M. M. Co.. Pictured is a lovely lady, smelling a box of Claro cigars set within a dark green background. There is mild surface wear throughout the field but still retains its vivid color. A wonderful chain hanger with a great look. Copyright 1915. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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2061 - COPE’S TOBACCOS ADVERTISING SIGN. 22”L x 26-1/2”W. An early publication, advertising Cope’s Tobaccos, ‘Printed at the Office of “Cope’s Tobacco Plant.” Housed in a black frame, set behind museum quality glass. This graphic and whimsical image is absolutely stunning upon a close look. The image represents multiple races. An action packed scenario that will please any onlooker. The pristine condition is seconded only by rarity, possibly a one of a kind ad. Don’t miss the opportunity. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 2062 - MONTANA SPORT PAPER MACHE CIGAR ADVERTISING DISPLAY. 24-1/2”L x 4”W x 3-3/4”T. A very cool and very early paper mache piece, resembling a large lit cigar with the cigar band advertising Montana Sport tobacco of the Garnier Cigar Company, Livingston Montana. Complete with chains for hanging. Label is not original to display but shows very well. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,000

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2063 - W. DUKE SONS TURKISH CROSS-CUT CIGARETTES ADVERTISEMENT. 30-1/4”L x 18-3/4”W. Poster advertising for cigarettes manufactured by W. Duke, Sons & Co. of Durham, NC and New York. Reading “Turkish Cross-Cut Cigarettes Are The Best” and shows a large tobacco leaf behind a blue eyed woman in a red hat. Matted and framed under glass, this piece is ready for display. Little to no wear with excellent color. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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2064 - W. DUKE SONS TURKISH CROSS-CUT CIGARETTES ADVERTISEMENT. 30-1/4”L x 18-3/4”W. Poster advertising for cigarettes manufactured by W. Duke, Sons & Co. of Durham, NC and New York. Reading “Turkish Cross-Cut Cigarettes Are The Best” and showing a large tobacco leaf behind a blue eyed woman with white hair in a decorated chapeau. Matted and framed under glass, this piece is ready for display. Little to no wear with excellent color. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2065 - W. DUKE SONS TURKISH CROSS-CUT CIGARETTES ADVERTISEMENT. 30-1/4”L x 18-3/4”W. Poster advertising for cigarettes manufactured by W. Duke, Sons & Co. of Durham, NC and New York. Reading “Turkish Cross-Cut Cigarettes Are The Best” and showing a large tobacco leaf behind a brown eyed woman with a curly updo. Marked Knaff & Co Lithographers NY. Matted and framed under glass, this piece is ready for display. Showing a single crease across the top with excellent color. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2066 - W. DUKE SONS TURKISH CROSS-CUT CIGARETTES ADVERTISEMENT. 30-1/4”L x 18-3/4”W. Poster advertising for cigarettes manufactured by W. Duke, Sons & Co. of Durham, NC and New York. Reading “Turkish Cross-Cut Cigarettes Are The Best” and showing a large tobacco leaf behind a blue eyed woman in a blue feathered hat. Marked Knapp & Co. Lithographers NY. Matted and framed under glass, this piece is ready for display. Showing a few white spots in the field with excellent color thoughout. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 2070 2067 - W. DUKE SONS TURKISH CROSS-CUT CIGARETTES ADVERTISEMENT. 30-1/4”L x 18-3/4”W. Poster advertising for cigarettes manufactured by W. Duke, Sons & Co. of Durham, NC and New York. Reading “Turkish Cross-Cut Cigarettes Are The Best” and showing a large tobacco leaf behind a brown eyed woman with a sultry gaze. Matted and framed under glass, this piece is ready for display. Showing a few minor spots of wear with excellent color. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2068 - W. DUKE SONS TURKISH CROSS-CUT CIGARETTES ADVERTISEMENT. 30-1/4”L x 18-3/4”W. Poster advertising for cigarettes manufactured by W. Duke, Sons & Co. of Durham, NC and New York. Reading “Turkish Cross-Cut Cigarettes Are The Best” and showing a large tobacco leaf behind a blue eyed woman with pink feathers in her blonde hair. Matted and framed under glass, this piece is ready for display. A few regions showing wear with a repaired tear above “Manufactured”, excellent color overall. (Very Good). 800 - 1,200 2069 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED 3-DIMENSIONAL LUCKY STRIKE SIGNS. 20”L x 16”W. Lot consists of two breathtaking advertisements for Lucky Strike Tobacco, in matching professional frames. Both are die-cut with intricate details all throughout the sign and have a 3-dimensional effect. Outstanding work by R. A. Patterson Tobacco Co.. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,600 2070 - LARGE CIGAR STORE SIGN. 1-1/2”L x 77”W x 14”T. This hand painted, solid wood sign is in original condition. Wood is slightly beveled to follow the yellow border around the perimeter. Two 1” steel eyelets are installed in the top for hanging. The reverse side has a partial removal of the paint to reveal an older paint job. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 2,500 2071 - FEMALE CIGAR STORE INDIAN SCULPTURE. 17-3/4”L x 17”W x 58-1/4”T. This is a very well executed sculpture carved from solid wood. The Native American female figure is holding tobacco leaves in her right hand and is standing on a solid wood plinth. With subtle colors to the paint. Age unknown. (Excellent). 800 - 2,000

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LOT - 2075 2072 - LOT OF 2: TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 21”L x 17-3/4”W. Lot consists of 1 - Wm. S Kimball & Co.’s Straight Cut Cigarettes die-cut ad. Measuring ...;1 - C. W. Winn & Co. “Smoke Virginia Favorite Cheroots”. Measuring... Both housed under glass in a decorative gold gilt frame. (Excellent). 700 - 900 2073 - REVERSE GLASS MERCANTILE CIGARS SIGN. 6-1/2”L x 14”W. An outstanding tin sign by F.R. Rice M.C. Co. Manufacturers, advertising Mercantile Cigars “Union Made” of St. Louis. Featured is beautiful scrollwork throughout with a floral design on the left side. A very clean and bright example of a tin sign with only a small touch up on the bottom left corner. (Very Good - Excellent). 700 - 1,500 2074 - FRAMED COLONEL SNELLING CIGAR CARDBOARD SIGN. Framed : 22 -3/4” x 17”. This sign is shadow box 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). 700 - 1,400 2075 - 1920’S HONEYMOON TOBACCO TROLLEY CAR SIGN. Sign is framed behind glass. This is a fantastic cardboard sign with great graphics and very strong colors. It appears that there are no marks on the sign. This is a very crisp and clean example. (Near Mint Plus). 700 - 1,400

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2076 - FRAMED PRINCE ALBERT CRIMP CUT TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENT. 26-1/2”L x 33”T. This lithograph features a depiction of the Native American Chief Joseph, advertising Prince Albert Crimp Cut Tobacco. Also reading “The National Joy Smoke”. C. Early 20th Century. A fine example of early advertising, using exceptional color and a killer graphic. Mounted in a nice wooden frame. (Very Good). 600 - 2,000

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2077 - PUNCH CIGAR STORE ADVERTISING FIGURE. 47” x 17” x 14”. Figure appears to be plaster over wood. There are some areas of repaint and some areas that show cracks in the plaster as well as paint loss. (Very Good). 1,000 - 4,000 2078 - LOT OF 2: CIGAR CUTTERS. Largest: 3-3/4”L x 3-1/2”W x 8”T. Lot consists of 1- cast iron cigar cutter of the iconic dunce boy with great patina and in super original working condition, resting upon a wood base. The manufactures inscription on the base is illegible but a part of it reads “Pittsburgh.” 6-1/2” Dia. x 4-3/4”T.; 1- cast aluminum cigar cutter, resembling a gentleman in a top hat sitting on a trunk, in perfect working condition coupled with a great original patina.; Both pieces show wear commensurate with age. 3-3/4”L x 3-1/2”W x 8”T. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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2079 - LOT OF 2: FIGURAL ANIMAL CIGAR CUTTERS. Largest: 7-1/4”L x 5-1/2”W x 9-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1- cast aluminum figural pig cigar cutter, reading “Smoke Morey’s Fat Hog Cigars” on the base.; 1- cast iron figural bulldog cigar cutter, standing on its hind legs with his mouth agape and rests on a wooden base. There is some flaking to the paint but is in great original condition. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200 2080 - 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). 500 - 900 2081 - LOT OF 2: DURHAM CIGAR CLOCK AND TOBACCO JAR. Largest: 12-1/2”L x 2-1/2”W x 9-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1- a single-sided cast metal advertising clock for Durham Cigar of Hettermann Bros. Co.. Resembling a cow, painted gold with silver lettering. Patent date, Sept 22. 85. Fantastic tobacco piece. 4”L x 4-1/4”W x 4-1/2”T.; 1- tobacco humidor jar with removable lid, the paint has a matte finish. 12-1/2”L x 2-1/2”W x 9-1/2”T. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

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2082 - LOT OF 3: WOLVERINE TRAY, IRON CITY BEER, FORTUNE AND WEIGHT SIGNS. Largest: 14” x 5 -1/2”. Lot consists of 1 - Iron City Beer sign that is tin over cardboard. It has never been used and has almost no wear.; 1 - Wolverine tray with a few marks in the field and some wear on the back.; 1 - Weight sign that is single sided porcelain and has a few small chips. (Very Good - Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2083 - LEINENKUGEL’S BEER GLASS THERMOMETER. 13 -3/4” x 1 -3/4”. Thermometer is in working order and was made by Advertising Products Inc., Cincinnati Ohio. In near mint condition with no issues. (Near Mint). 400 - 800 2084 - LOT OF 4: VINTAGE PROMOTIONAL ITEMS. Largest 12”W x 22”T. Lot consists of 1 - Gilbey’s Gin Thermometer. Copper finish bezel and glass front.; 1 - “None Such / Mince Meat / Pumpkin and Squash” figural pumpkin clock. Face is lithograph on paper and is degraded around the 3 o’clock. Tin body.; 1 - Kist Beverage Mirror, 11-3/4” diameter with some loss in the mirror’s silvering.; 1 - Rectangle mirror for Carnation Bottling Company of Mt. Vernon MO. Bottom right corner has small chip and scalloping. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800

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2085 - LOT OF 2: WHISKEY ITEMS. 1”L x 17-1/2”W x 22”T. Lot consists of 1 - Wooden chest with two amber glass, cubic decanters and four shot glasses. 7-1/2”L x 10”W x 6-1/2”T.; 1 - Golden Wedding blended whiskey advertising mirror. Highly ornamental molded plastic with gold paint. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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2086 - RED RIBBON BEER ADVERTISING TIN. 1”L x 13-1/4”W x 13-1/4”T. This advertising tin features a wild brown bear, coming across a crate of Red Ribbon Beer and is taking a lick from an open bottle. Nice graphic with great use of color but has dulled over time. There are some scratches on the field and displays some light wear with a slight bend along the top edge. (Good). 300 - 1,000 2087 - LOT OF 2: CLOVERDALE GINGER ALE & JAMESON IRISH WHISKEY SIGNS. Larger: 23 -1/2” x 15 -3/4”. Lot consists of 1 - Jameson Whiskey sign is embossed tin and was made in the past 10 years.; 1 - Cloverdale Ginger Ale sign is reverse glass and has advertising on top and an empty space on the bottom where one could affix a cardboard sign of menu choices. It is in very good condition with some oxidation on the metal edge. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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2088 - EMBOSSED TIN KATO BEER ADVERTISING SIGN. 17 -1/2” x 11 -1/2”. This is a nice example with only a few marks and rubs. (Excellent). 200 - 400 2089 - LOT OF 4: MILK GLASS BARBER BOTTLES. Largest: 9-1/2”T. Lot consists of 2 - Milk glass bottles that are labeled “Bay Rum” and measure 9” tall.; 1 - Milk glass bottle labeled “Colonge”, measures 8-1/2” tall.; 1 - Milk glass bottle that is labeled “Toilet Water”. (Excellent). 200 - 400

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2090 - 1902 COCA-COLA CELLUOID STAMP HOLDER. 2 - 1/2” x 1 - 1/2”. Just light wear or soiling only. (Near Mint). 600 - 800

2094 - 1903 COCA-COLA BOOKMARK. Framed: 9 - 1/4” x 5 - 1/4”. Framed under glass. Beautiful and without wear! (Near Mint Plus). 300 - 500

2091 - 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 detractions noted. (Near Mint Plus). 1,500 - 2,500

2095 - COCA-COLA 5-CENT FRAMED BOOKMARK WITH GIRL. Framed: 12 - 7/8” x 8 - 3/8”. 1904. Nicely framed under glass. Beautiful piece with no wear. Rated 9.5+. (Near Mint). 400 - 600

2092 - 1899 COCA-COLA CELLULOID BOOKMARK. 2 - 1/4” x 2”. Strong and bright colors with little to no wear noted. (Near Mint Plus). 700 - 1,000

2096 - CELLULOID COCA-COLA BOOKMARK. Framed: 7 - 1/4” x 5 - 1/4”. 1906. Framed under glass. Clean and bright with very little wear or soiling. (Near Mint - Near Mint Plus). 500 - 800

2093 - 1900 COCA-COLA CELLULOID BOOKMARK. 2 - 1/4” x 2”. Features Hilda Clark. Clean, bright, strong with two tiny soil dots on plain back. (Near Mint). 400 - 600

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2097 - 1906 CELLULOID COCA-COLA POCKET MIRROR. Box : 4 -1/4” x 3 -1/4”. Great mirror with strong colors and no breaks in the celluloid. There are a few minor soiled spots on the bottom edge area. This is a nice example. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2098 - LOT OF 4: COCA-COLA FLY SWATTER, BLOTTER AND THE COCA-COLA NEWS. Largest: 15” x 3”. Lot consists of 1 - Coca-Cola fly swatter from Ruston, Louisiana, in mint condition; 2 1896 Coca-Cola news brochures, one of them has a cut-out section in the center; 1 - 1904 Coca-Cola blotter that has a missing right corner and minor edge wear. (Very Good - Near Mint). 400 - 700 2099 - COCA-COLA SALESMAN OF THE MONTH AWARD STATUE. 6 - 3/8” x 1 - 3/4”. 1930s. Very heavy item with great look and feel. Only minor marks or light wear. (Excellent Plus - Near Mint). 700 - 1,400 2100 - LOT OF 5: COCA-COLA MAGAZINE AD COUPONS & HINDENBURG ENVELOPES. Largest: 9 -1/2” x 7 -1/4”. Lot consists of 2 - Coca-Cola magazine ads. One still has the coupon for a free glass of Coca-Cola attached. They have been trimmed and the bottom right corner of one is missing.; 1 - Showing the same image of the Coca-Cola ad on card stock. This one has been trimmed as well.; 2 - 1936 Hindenburg envelopes that have been posted. Both envelopes are in very good condition with light handling wear. (Fair - Very Good). 300 - 600 LOT - 2099

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2101 - COCA-COLA FULL-PAGE COUPON & AD INSERT. Framed: 17 - 1/2” x 14 - 1/4”. 1904. Beautifully matted and framed under glass. Strong, bright colors remain with just minor bends or light surface marks. (Near Mint). 200 - 400 2102 - LOT OF 2: HARRISON FISHER COCA COLA PAINTING AND MAGAZINE. Larger: 1-1/4”D x 22-3/4”T x 15”W. Lot consists of 1 - Framed Coca Cola advertising painting on canvas that reads “Drink Coca-Cola Delicious and Refreshing 5¢”. A possible prototype for an ad that was never picked up by the Coca Cola Company for production. A desirable and very early piece of Coca Cola history in nice condition showing little signs of age. Housed in a gold painted wood frame. Measuring 1-1/4”D x 22-3/4”T x 15”W.; 1 - July 1907 issue of The Curtis Publishing Company’s magazine, “The Ladies’ Home Journal.” Appears complete with great advertisements within, retaining nice color and condition throughout while showing slight yellowing and very minor wear to the cover page edges. Measuring 16-1/4”T x 11-1/2”W. Both pieces show a drawing titled “The Time I’ve Lost In Wooing” from “A Dream Of Fair Women” with illustrations by Harrison Fisher, C. 1907. The magazine accompanies the painting to confirm the date. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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2103 - 1911 COCA-COLA MOTOR GIRL INK BLOTTER. 5 - 3/8” x 3 - 3/8”. Pink back variation. Only a few very shallow corner bends; otherwise, very clean and bright. This is a very difficult item to find. (Excellent). 800 - 1,400 2104 - 1891 NEWSPAPER AD FOR COCA-COLA. Framed: 18 -3/4” x 15 -1/2” x 1/2”. Framed and matted under glass is a large portion of the Daily Picayune from New Orleans. Shown at left is an oversized ad for Coca-Cola with health claims mentioned and Asa Candler’s name at bottom. Age toning with no wear! (Near Mint). 400 - 800

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2105 - 1901 COCA-COLA LITHOGRAPH ADVERTISING POSTER. Framed: 28 - 1/4â&#x20AC;? x 22 - 1/4â&#x20AC;?. This fabulous poster is professionally framed behind glass. It was made by Wolf & Co. Philadelphia. The colors are extremely vibrant and unfaded. The poster retains its original cloth loop at the top as well as both metal strips. There is some light edge wear, a few closed tears on the sides and one on the bottom right corner. There are some pin hole marks on the top and bottom center. These imperfections do not affect the overall look due to the bold colors and ornate design of this poster. This is a well preserved and very important Coca-Cola piece. (Excellent). 30,000 - 45,000 258

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2106 - EXCEEDINGLY RARE 1902 COCA-COLA POSTER. Framed: 28â&#x20AC;? x 23â&#x20AC;?. Beautifully mounted and framed under museum glass, complete with original metal strips at top and bottom. Color is strong and bright, and the glossy paper retains the enameling. Light soiling only, mostly in the form of a few small marks and tiny spots, with a few closed tears and several fold lines with mild color interruption. (Very Good Plus). 30,000 - 45,000

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2107 - RARE COCA-COLA CAMEO ADVERTISING SIGN. 11” x 8 -1/2”. 1904. A beautiful example of this difficult to find sign and totally complete with original brass frame, crest, and hanging chain. Strong, original heavy textured paper sign on reverse. Very clean and bright with no soiling, only minor waves or ripples. Colors are strong, bright, and unfaded. Just one minor edge bend to sign (likely made that way), one or two very shallow dents to brass frame, and one small closed tear to frame itself. It would take absolute perfection in this sign to only slightly improve on condition. (Near Mint). 8,000 - 12,000 2108 - 1905 COCA-COLA LILLIAN NORDICA CAMEO CELLULOID SIGN. 17” x 14 -1/4”. This fantastic sign is shadow box framed behind glass. It retains its original brass frame and ornate crest as well as the original chain. The colors remain very strong. There is a small crack on the bottom left area and light oxidation to the frame and crest. This is a fine example. (Excellent). 4,000 - 8,000 2109 - COCA-COLA SLOW SCHOOL ZONE PAPER SIGN. 59” x 30” x 1”. Sign is framed behind Plexiglas. The sign has great color and subject. There are only a few light marks. This is a hard to find sign. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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2110 - 1902 COCA-COLA CALENDAR. Framed: 22 - 1/4” x 14 - 1/2”. Nicely framed under plexiglass. Beautiful overall example with stunning remaining colors and complete with full pad and annual 1902 summary page at end. General moderate soiling to the January page but the underlying pages are quite clean. Also, some dark insect spots and miniscule soiling or wear. Rated 8.3 to 8.8. (Excellent). 8,000 - 12,000

2111 - 1903 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 20” x 12” . This is a rare calendar to find at all, let alone in this condition. Stunning colors and condition. This piece bears a reproduction page and has very little overall marks or wear, with the main exception being two small bend lines below her wrists and above the glass moving toward and just to the edge of her face. The colors are brilliant and the surface is still strongly shiny and enameled. (Excellent Plus). 5,000 - 9,000

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2112 - 1908 COCA-COLA CALENDAR. Framed: 22 - 1/2” x 15 - 1/4”. Great-looking example with what appears to be a full pad (has not been examined out of the frame). Nicely presented and beautifully framed and matted under glass. Colors are bright, strong, and unfaded with just a few small surface bends, one stain in upper corner, a few light spots, and a few closed tears to the January calendar page. Displays wonderfully. (Excellent Plus). 5,000 - 7,500 2113 - 1911 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 19” x 12”. Beautiful and strong example which is framed under glass. Displays a full original pad and the original metal strips top and bottom. Some of the calendar pages have small pencil marks beside the dates. Calendar has a beautiful texture with day one like color. Little to no wear. When viewed from certain angles, a few small roll marks are visible. Quite a stellar example! (Near Mint). 4,000 - 7,000 2114 - COCA-COLA 1914 ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 38 -3/4” x 19”. Framed behind glass. This is a fine example with a full calendar pad. It has very strong colors and only very light wear. It has not been examined outside of the frame. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,500 LOT - 2114 262

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2115 - 1917 COCA-COLA CALENDAR WITH GLASS SHOWN. Framed: 35” x 16 - 1/4”. Complete with full pad and metal strip. Beautiful, strong, and vivid colors with only the most minor of any small edge marks and nearly no marks or wear at all. (Near Mint). 4,000 - 6,500

2116 - 1917 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 37” x 16 -1/2”. This calendar is framed behind glass. It retains its original top metal strip. The August page is shown on the calendar pad. The colors are very vivid and bright. This is a near mint example with almost no wear. (Near Mint). 2,500 - 3,500

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2117 - 1919 COCA-COLA MARION DAVIES DISTRIBUTOR CALENDAR. Framed: 18” x 13 -3/4”. This calendar is framed behind glass. It is a fine example and retains its full calendar pad. It has the slightest wear on the bottom corners and the top mounting hole. (Excellent Plus). 3,000 - 6,000

2118 - 1920 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 34 -1/4” x 14 -3/4” x 1”. This calendar is framed behind glass and has a full monthly pad. The colors are strong and unfaded. This is a very nice example. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,400 LOT - 2118 LOT - 2117

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2119 - 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). 3,000 - 5,000 2120 - COCA-COLA 1922 ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 37 -1/2” x 21 -3/4”. This calendar is framed behind glass. It retains its original top metal strip and full calendar pad. The calendar is loose in the frame and will need to be realigned. The colors are very strong and unfaded. There is one minuscule touch up on the bottom right corner on the top design. (Excellent). 1,700 - 2,500 2121 - 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). 2,500 - 4,000 2122 - 1923 COCA-COLA CALENDAR WITH GLASS. Framed: 31” x 18 - 1/2”. Framed and matted under plexiglass. Missing the metal strip but calendar pad appears to be complete. Clean and bright with only a few miniscule surface wrinkles and very minor mildew spots. Also, one small closed tear to bottom center of January page. (Excellent - Near Mint). 800 - 1,200

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2123 - 1923 COCA-COLA CALENDAR WITH BOTTLE. Framed: 30” x 16 - 1/2”. Framed under glass with metal strip and pad appears to be full from April on. Minor roll ripples are quite faint and three to four tiny dots are all that keeps the piece from near perfection! (Near Mint). 700 - 1,200

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LOT - 2127

2124 - COCA-COLA 1924 ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 31” x 20”. This calendar is framed behind glass. It has the original top metal strip and a full calendar pad. This is a very clean example with only some very minor waviness. (Near Mint). 800 - 1,400

2126 - 1926 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 20” x 11 -1/2”. Beautiful example with full pad, and cover sheet. This is likely as strong an example as one could ever find of this calendar with no wear noted. (Near Mint). 2,000 - 3,500

2125 - 1925 COCA-COLA CALENDAR. Framed: 32” x 19 - 1/2”. Nicely matted and framed under plexiglass. Complete with metal strip, full pad, and cover sheet. Stellar and outstanding example with strong, vibrant colors. Perfectly flat with only two miniscule closed tears in upper right corner and upper left side. (Near Mint - Near Mint Plus). 1,300 - 1,800

2127 - 1936 COCA-COLA 50TH ANNIVERSARY CALENDAR. Framed: 29 -1/2” x 16” x 1”. This calendar is professionally framed behind museum glass. It retains its top metal strip and also a full calendar pad and cover sheet. There is some light soiling where the calendar pad meets the top and also some minor soiling along the right edge. This is a great example that is hard to find in this condition. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,400

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2128 - 1939 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 28 -1/2” x 16” x 1”. The calendar is professionally framed behind glass. Retains its original top metal strip as well as a full calendar pad and cover sheet. It is marked Forbes Boston. There is a tiny closed tear on the left edge and there are two tiny scrape marks on the right upper edge. This is a very nice example that is hard to find in this condition. (Near Mint). 500 - 1,000 2129 - 1947 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 22 -1/2” x 13”. A beautiful and complete example with only light edge soiling on the first page, and nearly no wear. (Near Mint). 300 - 600 2130 - 1950 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. Framed: 30 3/4” x 21 -1/2”. This calendar is framed behind glass. It is a very clean example with no issues. (Near Mint). 300 - 500 2131 - 1958 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 22” x 12 -1/4”. Calendar is clean, bright, unused with minuscule soiling. Retains original top metal strip. (Near Mint). 200 - 400

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2132 - 1942 COCA-COLA CARDBOARD BALLERINAS POSTER. Framed : 36” x 25”. Professionally framed behind glass. This is a very clean example with only a few minor marks. It would be hard to improve on this example. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,400 266

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2133 - 1918 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING FESTOON. Framed: 37 -1/4” x 33 -1/4” x 2 - 3/4”. This festoon is shadow box framed behind glass. It was made by Ketterlinus, Philadelphia and is an absolutely stunning piece. The colors are strong and the graphic is over the top. The edges are crisp and clean. There are some very light scattered marks in the field, and the ribbon and hat have some tiny light colored specks. There is also a tiny pinhole on the top center of the hat. These small imperfections take nothing away from the fantastic appearance of this piece. This may be your only chance to ever own this historic Coca-Cola festoon. (Excellent Plus). 30,000 - 40,000

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2134 - 1923 COCA-COLA CARDBOARD TROLLEY SIGN. Framed: 24 - 1/2” x 14 - 1/2”. This stunning sign is professionally framed behind glass. The colors remain unfaded and strong. It was made by Ketterlinus, Philadelphia. The sign is in near mint condition with only some tiny scattered marks that appear to be from the manufacturing process. (Near Mint). 3,000 - 5,000

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2135 - 1930 COCA-COLA CUT OUT CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 28 -3/4” x 27 -1/4” x 4 -1/4”. This sign is shadow box framed behind glass. It is dated 1930 and has a great look. Most of the edges are sharp and crisp with the exceptions of the top center and the bottom left where there is some wear. The fields on both sections are very clean and bright. This piece displays very well and is rather scarce. (Very Good Plus). 3,000 - 6,000

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2136 - RARE 1931 COCA-COLA CARDBOARD CUT-OUT EASEL SIGN. Framed: 25 -1/4” x 17”. This sign is framed behind glass. It has a great look with strong colors. There is a bend mark at figure’s knees and her feet both have a very tiny touch up that can only be seen under black light. There is also a small trim below her right elbow of the chair’s arm. This sign displays excellent and almost never comes up for sale. (Excellent). 2,500 - 4,500

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2137 - RARE 1936 SAILOR GIRL COCA-COLA POSTER. Framed : 53 -1/4” x 26 -1/2”. This poster is framed behind glass. It has great color and a very catchy graphic. It is in excellent condition with a few fold marks on the bottom right corner. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 2138 - COCA-COLA STAND UP SIGN OF JEAN HARLOW. Framed: 47” x 19 -3/4”. This sign is framed behind glass. It is dated 1932 and features Jean Harlow. The sign has been completely restored. It still displays well and is quite hard to find. (Restored). 1,000 - 2,000

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2139 - 1942 COCA-COLA DOGWOOD GIRL POSTER. Framed: 36” x 20”. This is a beautiful example with only the most minor of any marks or wear within the border and a few mild border color rubs and light edge wear. (Near Mint). 1,200 - 1,700 2140 - FRAMED COCA-COLA FRIENDLY PAUSE POSTER. Framed: 36 -1/2” x 25 -1/2”. This poster is framed behind glass. The colors are very vibrant and unfaded. There is only a bend mark in the upper left corner. This is a very fine example. (Near Mint). 500 - 1,000

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2141 - 1943 COCA-COLA SERVICE GIRLS POSTER. Framed: 41” x 25”. Framed under glass. Only a few small surface marks and light surface wear. Those marks and wear are minimal and do not disrupt the appearance much at all. This is an excellent example. (Near Mint). 1,200 - 2,000 2142 - FRAMED COCA-COLA BATHING GIRL POSTER. Framed : 62 -1/2” x 33 -1/2”. Professionally framed behind glass. Displays great with only minor wear and a few added holes on the perimeter. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 LOT - 2141

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2143 - LOT OF 2: LADY COCA-COLA ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 34-1/4”L x 23”W. Lot consists of 1- “Drink Bottled Coca-Cola” advertisement with a rendering of a smiling woman, holding the soda pop bottle in one hand and the wheel of a car in the other hand. “Delightfully Carbonated and So Easily Served” is also inscribed along the bottom. Beautifully framed and under glass.; 1- Coca-Cola advertisement, depicting another young lady enjoying a glass bottle of soda pop and displays a great use of color. Both pieces are 1980 or later. (Excellent). 500 - 900

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LOT - 2144 2144 - 1944 COCA-COLA MIND READER CARDBOARD SIGN. Framed : 60 -1/2” x 31 -3/4”. This sign is framed behind glass. It has great colors and an eye catching illustration. Condition is near mint with only some light corner wear. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 2,000 2145 - 1944 COCA-COLA CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed:30” x 19”. This is a very clean example. It is framed behind glass and was made by Mccandlish Lithograph Corp. (Near Mint). 800 - 1,400

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2146 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA STOCK UP FOR THE HOLIDAYS POSTERS. Each: 20” x 11”. Lot consists of two new old stock posters that have never been used. They are both shrink wrapped onto foam board. They are in near mint condition with no issues. (Near Mint). 300 - 600 2147 - 1947 COCA-COLA CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 44 -1/2” x 28 -3/4”. This is a very nice example that is framed behind museum glass. There are very bright colors with no fading. The small amount of wear consistent with age takes away nothing from this colorful ad with fantastic graphics. (Near Mint). 800 - 1,500

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LOT - 2150 2148 - 1949 COCA-COLA CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 41 -1/4” x 25”. Made by the Niagara Litho Co. and framed behind glass. Very nice example with only a few tiny marks. (Excellent). 800 - 1,600 2149 - 1949 COCA-COLA CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 33 -1/2” x 28 -3/4”. This sign is framed behind glass. The colors are very strong and the graphic is appealing. Made by The Niagara Litho Co. There are a few marks and light rubs with some wear on the bottom corners. (Very Good Plus). 700 - 1,500

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2150 - SCARCE COCA-COLA BOTTLE DISPLAY. Largest: 8”L x 5 -1/2”W x 6 -3/4”T. This display has a masonite disc with three cut out holes in the top as well as Coca-Cola’s insignia printed in between the holes. The holes slide over three Coca-Cola bottles to create a nice looking display. There is only minor wear on the disc and the bottles are in great shape. Said to have been produced circa 1950’s. (Excellent). 300 - 600 2151 - 1930’S KAY DISPLAY WOODEN ARROW ADVERTISING SIGN. 28” x 23”. Fantastic example with very strong colors. Appears to have never been used. There is a tiny ding on the top right section of the arrow which is mentioned for accuracy. It would be hard to improve on this example. (Near Mint). 1,200 - 2,000 2152 - RARE 1930’S COCA-COLA WOODEN & METAL TRIANGLE. 23 - 1/2” x 23”. This rare sign was made by Kay Displays. The sign itself is made of wood, and the bottle and top embossed piece are made of metal. There is moderate soiling and some paint loss. The right top side of the sign has a few cracks and a tiny missing piece on the edge. (Excellent). 800 - 1,600

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2153 - WOODEN & MASONITE COCA-COLA SPRITE BOY ARROW SIGN. 30 -1/2” x 11”. This is a great example with almost no wear. Sign is an arrow with a sprite boy at the top and a Coca-Cola cooler in the middle. There are only a few very light marks. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 2,000 2154 - 1946 COCA-COLA MASONITE SIGN. Frame: 30 -1/4” x 22 -1/4”. Sign is framed behind glass. A great example with only a few light marks. (Excellent Plus). 500 - 900

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2155 - 1953 TIN COCA-COLA PILASTER SELF FRAMED SIGN. 16” x 40 -3/4”. Sign appears to have never been used. A great example with almost no wear. (Near Mint). 500 - 900

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2156 - 1954 PILASTER COCA-COLA SELF FRAMED SIGN. 16” x 40 -3/4”. Sign appears to be New Old Stock. A stunning example of this tin sign with only a few light marks on the raised border. (Near Mint). 3,000 - 5,000

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2157 - TIN SELF FRAMED COCA-COLA PILASTER SIGN. 16” x 40 -3/4”. This sign has never been used. It shows strong colors and strong design. There are only a couple of marks to this example. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 1,600

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2158 - COCA-COLA WALL SCONCE. 7-1/2”L x 16”W x 25”T. This wall mounted light glows strongly through the translucent plastic advertising on both sides, with an opaque plastic red rim and an aluminum housing and mounting plate. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2159 - FRAMED PAINTING OF LADY DRINKING A COCA-COLA. Framed : 37 -3/4” x 29” x 2”. Painting is oil on board and has great colors and is quite appealing. Only a few light marks are present. (Excellent). 1,000 - 3,000 2160 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA FISHTAIL CHALKBOARD & CALENDAR. Larger: 19 -1/2” x 28”. Lot consists of 1 - Embossed tin calendar that has a partial 1970’s pad. It has some light soiling and a few scattered marks.; 1 - Tin chalkboard made by Robertson. It has great color and gloss with almost no wear. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 800 274

2161 - COCA-COLA 1900 SIX INCH CHANGE TRAY. 5 - 1/2” Dia. This tray hails from the long time collection of Gene and Sue Brinker and is a wonderful example. The face of the tray has small pattern uniform crazing with little to no lifting of the paint. The border is quite clean and bright and the outer edge rim and blue border are clean with the exception of small outer edge nicks and a dark blemish between two and three o’clock positions at the outer edge. Rated 8.0 to 8.3. (Excellent). 2,500 - 4,500

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2162 - 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 of the tray and a bit of very minor soiling to chest area. (Excellent Plus - Near Mint). 3,000 - 5,000 2163 - 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). 2,500 - 5,000 2164 - 1903 COCA-COLA ROUND TIN TIP TRAY. 6” Dia. This tray has great graphics and nice colors. The field is rather clean, as is the inner border. The outer border and rim have some paint loss and nicks. (Very Good Plus). 800 - 1,600

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2165 - 1906 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING TIP TRAY. 4” Dia. Fantastic example with strong colors. There are only some very light marks on the rim. One of the best examples we have seen. (Excellent Plus). 700 - 1,400 2166 - 1907 COCA-COLA TIP TRAY. 6” x 4 - 3/8”. Strong example with just outer edge rim nicks or marks. (Near Mint). 700 - 900 2167 - COCA-COLA OVAL TIP TRAY. 4 - 1/2” x 6 - 1/4”. Circa 1909. Very popular tray amongst collectors. Incredible overall condition with very little wear. Rated 9.6 to 9.8. (Near Mint). 800 - 1,000 2168 - 1910 COCA-COLA TIP TRAY. 6” x 4 - 1/4”. This is a very nice example in great condition. The tray has some very light edge wear. (Excellent Plus). 400 - 800 2169 - 1913 COCA-COLA TIP TRAY. 6” x 4 - 1/4”. This is a wonderful tip tray with strong colors and only a few light marks. (Excellent Plus). 400 - 800 276

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2170 - 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). 500 - 800 2171 - 1916 COCA-COLA TIP TRAY. 6” x 4 - 3/8”. Clean, bright, and beautiful example with almost no wear or marks. A few outer rim nicks. (Near Mint). 100 - 200 2172 - 1920 COCA-COLA TIP TRAY. 6 - 3/8” x 4 - 1/4”. Great tip tray with only the lightest amount of wear and very strong colors. (Excellent Plus). 400 - 800 2173 - 1916 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING TRAY. 19” x 8 -1/2” x 1”. This is a very nice, 1916 Coca-Cola tray with strong colors. It has uniform crazing over the surface of the field. On the bottom right corner of the field there is a faint mark where there appears to have been a paint drip. The border is very clean, and the rim has some paint nicks, mostly noticeable on the corner areas. The tray displays well above average. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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2174 - 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). 8,000 - 15,000 2175 - 1903 COCA-COLA DELICIOUS REFRESHING SERVING TRAY. 9 -3/4” Dia. This scarce tray was made by The Chas W. Shonk Co. Litho. Chicago. The field has a uniform crazing over the entire surface. It has good color with a few very tiny nicks. The top border and rim have some minor marks with some areas of paint loss. This is a fine example that displays well. (Excellent). 2,500 - 5,000

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2176 - TIN LITHOGRAPH COCA-COLA SERVING TRAY. 10 - 3/4” x 13”. Very bright and colorful with no fading. Clean within the border with only few very minor surface rubs. Visible at an angle only. Otherwise a few areas of small surface dimples underneath the original paint, probably made that way. Very clean outer rim and border with only a few outer edge rim nicks. Displays better than rated condition. Rated 8.2 to 8.4. (Excellent). 3,000 - 4,000

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2177 - 1907 COCA-COLA SERVING TRAY. 13-1/4” x 11”. The field is very strong with vibrant colors and very light wear. The rim and border have some minor paint nicks and one bend on the lower right section that could be fixed by an expert. This is a very nice example. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,400 2178 - SCARCE COCA-COLA TOPLESS TIN LITHO SERVING TRAY. 12 - 1/4” Dia. Circa 1908. Stunning color. Wonderful overall example with only a few very small scratches, one or two shallow surface crimps and a very minor rim dent on the extreme outer edge. Near mint as manufactured. Displays better than rated condition. Rated 9.2 to 9.4. (Near Mint). 7,000 - 10,000

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2179 - 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). 3,000 - 6,000 2180 - 1913 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SERVING TRAY. 15” x 12 -1/2”. This tray was made by Passaic Metalware Co. The field is rather clean with a few light marks and light uniform crazing. There is a section of oxidation on the right where the field and the side wall meet. The borders and rim has some light wear with paint nicks and paint loss. (Very Good Plus). 600 - 1,000 2181 - 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). 1,200 - 2,000 2182 - 1914 COCA-COLA SERVING TRAY. 15 -1/4” x 12 -1/4” x 1 -1/4” . Tray has a clean field. There is some light cloudiness to the left of the woman and the outside rim has a few touch ups. The tray displays well above average. (Very Good Plus). 500 - 800

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2183 - 1922 COCA-COLA SERVING TRAY. 13 - 1/4” x 10 - 1/2”. Gorgeous face and border that are nearly pristine. A few rim chips. (Near Mint). 600 - 900 2184 - 1928 COCA-COLA TRAY (1928 NOTE). 13 - 1/4” x 10 - 1/2”. Beautiful example with just a few tiny nicks and nearly no wear! (Near Mint). 800 - 1,300

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2185 - 1928 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING TRAY. 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2”. This tray was made by The American Art Works. It has a very clean field with almost no wear. The border has only a few marks and the rim has some nicks and rubs. Upon close inspection from an angle, there is some very light bubble wrap residue. This tray still displays way above average. (Excellent). 500 - 800 2186 - 1930 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SERVING TRAY. 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2”. This tray was made by The American Art Works. It is very clean overall with only a few light marks. This is one of the best examples we have seen of this tray. (Excellent Plus). 600 - 1,200

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2187 - 1930 COCA-COLA TRAY “MEET ME AT THE SODA FOUNTAIN”. 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2”. This is a very nice tray with a clean field and border. The rim has some light wear with a few nicks. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2188 - 1931 NORMAN ROCKWELL COCA-COLA SERVING TRAY. 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2”. This is a very nice tray with strong colors. It was made by The American Art Works. From an angle, bubble wrap residue is visible on the entire tray. It still displays well above average and has only some very light wear. (Very Good Plus). 500 - 800 2189 - 1933 FRANCES DEE COCA-COLA ADVERTISING TRAY. 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/4”. This tray was made by The American Art Works. It has a very clean field and border with only some light marks and nicks to the outside rim. This is a great example. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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2190 - 1934 COCA-COLA ADVERTISING TRAY. 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2”. This tray was made by The American Artworks, Coshocton, Ohio and shows Maureen O’Sullivan and Johnny Weissmuller enjoying some Coca-Cola. The tray has a clean field and border with some very light wear to the rim. Displays well above average. (Excellent). 500 - 900 2191 - LOT OF 3: 1935, 1936 AND 1939 COCA-COLA SERVING TRAYS. Each: 13-1/4” x 10-1/2”. Lot consists of 1 - 1935 tray that has great gloss and color with a very clean field. The rim has a few rubs and scrapes. This is a great example.; 1 - 1936 tray with a very clean field, excellent gloss and color. The border has a few rubs and the rim has a few nicks.; 1 - Fabulous 1939 tray with graphics from Sundblom. It has strong colors and excellent gloss with almost no wear. (Excellent Plus). 900 - 1,200

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2192 - 1935 COCA-COLA MADGE EVANS ADVERTISING TRAY. 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2” . This tray was made by The American Art Works. It has great color and gloss. The field is very clean with on tiny mark on the bottom left. The border has only a few marks and the edges have minor nicks and light rubs. (Excellent). 500 - 800 2193 - 1937 COCA-COLA TIN ADVERTISING TRAY. 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2”. The field and border on this tray are in fantastic condition with very vibrant colors. The rim has a few nicks. (Excellent). 400 - 800 LOT - 2195

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2194 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA 1939 & 1942 TRAYS. Each: 13” x 10 -1/2”. Lot consists of two Coca-Cola trays in great condition with some minor edge wear. The fields on both trays are in wonderful condition. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2195 - 1940 COCA-COLA TIN SERVING TRAY. 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2”. Fabulous example with great gloss and color. There is almost no wear to the field or border but the rim has a few tiny nicks. (Excellent). 250 - 500

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2196 - 1940 COCA-COLA SERVING TRAY. 13-1/4” x 10-1/2”. Fabulous example with almost no wear. Great gloss and color. (Near Mint). 300 - 500

2198 - 1941 COCA-COLA SERVING TRAY. 13-1/4” x 10-1/2”. A fine example. Very strong gloss and color with almost no wear. (Near Mint). 250 - 500

2197 - LOT OF 2: 1941 & 1939 TIN COCA-COLA TRAYS. Each: 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2”. Lot consists of 1- 1941 tray in near mint condition.; 1 - 1939 tray with only very light wear to the rim. Both trays are fabulous. (Excellent - Near Mint). 600 - 1,000

2199 - LOT OF 2: 1941 & 1942 TIN COCA-COLA TRAYS. Each: 13 -1/4” x 10 -1/2”. Lot consists of two trays, both are in great condition with very strong colors. There are only a couple tiny nicks to the rims on each tray. This is a fine set of trays. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000

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2200 - 1905 RARE COCA-COLA TIN SIGN. Framed: 36 - 1/4” x 26 - 1/4”. This self framed tin sign features Lillian Nordica with the bottle and glass illustrated and is a very rare find. The piece is beautifully mounted under glass in a showcase frame and displays wonderfully. The color quality on the sign and remaining detail is quite impressive and far above normal on these rare items. The extreme outer edge of the raised frame and one or two areas of the border have seen high quality professional restoration. There is no restoration inside the green border. Some minor warping in the metal, minor rubs and small, shallow dents are seen with close examination. Crazing is minimal and not offensive around the glass and bottle. Overall appearance is outstanding. (Excellent). 7,500 - 15,000

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2201 - COCA-COLA VIENNA ART TRAY IN SHADOWBOX FRAME. Framed: 16” x 16” x 2 -1/2”. This example is in near mint condition, with strong color and gloss and almost no wear. Elaborate frame around a portrait of a woman in profile. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,400

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2202 - 1926 COCA-COLA SELF FRAMED TIN OVAL SIGN. Framed: 24 - 1/2” x 18 - 1/2”. This is a fabulous and bright example. The colors are bold and unfaded. The sign is virtually perfect as it was made within the border and there are only a few very tiny paint nicks at the extreme outer edges, with one on the green border at the right side. The sign is shadow box framed behind glass. (Near Mint). 7,000 - 14,000 2203 - 1930’S COCA-COLA TAKE HOME A CARTON VERTICAL SIGN. 54” x 18” x 1/2”. This is a scarce Coca-Cola self framed tin sign. It has uniform soiling that most likely would clean up. There is a small bend on the bottom edge, as well as some edge wear and a few marks in the field. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2204 - COCA-COLA CARTON DISPLAY RACK. 55 -1/4” x 19 -1/2” x 14”. Circa 1930’s. The top sign is very clean on one side while the other has a few marks with some shallow bends. (Very Good Plus). 300 - 600

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2205 - 1931 COCA-COLA EMBOSSED TIN DOOR PUSH SIGN. 12 -1/4” x 4 -1/2”. Dated 1931. Door push has strong colors with a great bottle graphic. Has some paint nicks and scattered wear. Displays above average. (Very Good Plus). 250 - 500

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2206 - LOT OF 2: TIN COCA-COLA SIGNS. 27 -1/4” x 19 -1/4”. Lot consists of 1 - 1930’s Coca-Cola tin sign that is in fair condition with a trimmed edge and a bent over edge.; 1 - Very nice Canadian embossed tin Coca-Cola sign from 1927. It has nice color with only a few marks. (Fair - Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2207 - 1933 COCA-COLA EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. 19 -1/2”D. Circular sign says “Ice Cold Coca-Cola Sold Here”. There is a small tack hole at bottom edge and the top hole has a grommet which is not original. A few most shallow edge bends, with minor chips and nicks. What looks to be a scratch is a factory blemish. (Very Good Plus). 600 - 1,200 2208 - COCA-COLA SELF FRAMED TIN SIGN. 31 -3/4” x 11 -3/4”. This sign has a few light marks in the field and a few rubs on the edges. Has the fish tail shape and a bottle graphic. (Excellent). 300 - 600 2209 - TIN DRINK COCA-COLA 5¢ ADVERTISING SIGN. 27 -1/2” x 18”. This sign has a few shallow bend marks with a few rubs. There are two tiny added holes on the border. Great colors and it displays well. (Very Good Plus). 400 - 800 284

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LOT - 2210 2210 - 1936 COCA-COLA EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. Frame: 36” x 11 -1/2”. Framed. Made by Robertson, this sign appears to be unused. It has strong, unfaded colors. There are some light vertical marks on the top section of the sign. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000

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2211 - 1937 COCA-COLA EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 54” x 18”. This sign is from the Schmitt Coca-Cola Museum. It features the 1923 embossed marching bottles design on the left. It was made by The American Art Works. There are some scattered paint nicks and soiling. On the right side of the sign, on the tail end of the Coca-Cola logo, there is some light pitting marks. The paint is still tight and stable. The edges do have some wear and show some paint loss and marks. (Very Good Plus). 1,500 - 3,000

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2212 - 1937 FLAT TIN COCA-COLA ADVERTISING SIGN. 45 - 1/2”D. The sign has great color and graphics. There are a few paint nicks and marks. The center of the sign has some tiny raised bumps. The paint is still tight and intact and this is mentioned for accuracy. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2213 - DRINK COCA-COLA IN BOTTLES HANGING DOUBLE SIDED PORCELAIN SIGN. 46 -1/4” x 53 -1/2” x 1”. This sign has great color and gloss. It has some chips in the field, a few of which are touched up. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 2214 - 1940S COCA-COLA PAM THERMOMETER. 12” Dia. Supreme example with no wear. (Near Mint Plus). 400 - 800

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2215 - LARGE TIN SELF FRAMED COCA-COLA FISH TAIL SIGN. 72” x 35 -1/2” x 1 -1/2”. This sign is in fantastic shape with only a few marks. This sign is hard to find in this size and especially in this condition. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 2,000 2216 - TIN COCA-COLA ADVERTISING FLANGE. 24” x 20 -1/2” x 2”. Made by Robertson, marked “Made In U.S.A.” and “A.A.W. 2 - 2”. This sign is in excellent condition with only a few marks on the outer areas. (Excellent - Near Mint). 800 - 1,600 2217 - TIN COCA-COLA BUTTON SIGN. 48 -1/4”D x 4 -1/2”T. This classic button sign has a few marks in the field. The edge has some areas which show paint nicks, rubs and marks. (Very Good Plus). 700 - 1,200

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2218 - COCA-COLA TIN BUTTON SIGN IN ORIGINAL BOX. Sign: 24”Dia. Sign comes in its original Allen-Morrison Sign Company cardboard box. The sign has some very fine scratches that can only be seen up close. Colors remain very strong. Marked A-M 6-57 XX. (Excellent). 800 - 1,400 2219 - COCA-COLA CUT-OUT BOTTLE TIN SIGN. 10 -1/2” x 36 -1/4”. This is a great classic sign. A very clean example, with only a few marks. A must-have sign for any soda collection. (Excellent - Near Mint). 800 - 1,600

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2220 - SCARCE COCA-COLA TIN LOLLIPOP SIGN. 27” x 22” x 59 -1/2”. The ring holds two tin signs back to back. The yellow slow school sign is in excellent condition with very light wear. The Drink Coca-Cola sign has a few marks and in the field. (Very Good Plus). 1,500 - 2,500 2221 - COCA-COLA CUT-OUT TIN BOTTLE SIGN. 20” x 71 -1/2”. This is a great classic die-cut sign with great colors. There are only a few minor marks on this sign and some minor soiling that should wipe right off. This sign has never been used. (Excellent - Near Mint). 1,000 - 2,000

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2222 - COCA-COLA TIN ADVERTISING FLANGE SIGN. 18” x 22 -1/2” x 2 -1/4”. Flange sign is in stunning condition with only a few marks. This is a great example, with little to no chips or damage. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,400

2225 - TIN COCA-COLA BUTTON ADVERTISING SIGN. 24 -1/4”D x 2 -1/4”T. The perimeter of the sign has some soiling, rubs and marks, however, the sign still displays well. (Very Good Plus). 600 - 1,200

2223 - COCA-COLA SPRITE BOY TIN BUTTON SIGN. 16”D x 1 -1/2”T. Sign appears to be New Old Stock. The color and gloss are excellent, and there are a few light marks on the upper section of the bottle. (Near Mint). 500 - 1,000

2226 - DRINK COCA-COLA TIN BUTTON SIGN. 12”D x 1”T. Sign appears to have never been used. It is in very clean condition, with only a minuscule mark on top mounting hole. Sign is marked “AM 95 X”. (Near Mint). 300 - 600

2224 - COCA-COLA SPRITE BOY ADVERTISING RACK SIGN. 16” x 23 - 1/2”. This sign has an original Sprite Boy decal on it in fantastic condition with no wear. The sign has a few rubs on the top section. (Excellent). 500 - 900

2227 - COCA COLA $1.00 A CASE TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 20” x 28”. 1948. Framed without glass. Sign has day one color and gloss with only a few marks. States that to “Take Home A Case Today” is “$1.00 Plus Deposit”. (Excellent Plus). 500 - 1,000

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2228 - LOT OF 4: COCA-COLA SIGNS AND CARTONS. Largest: 33” x 24”. Lot consists of 1 - modern Coca-Cola tin over cardboard sign in excellent condition with almost no wear; 1 - plastic 8-pack pint sized Coca-Cola carrier in fair condition; 1 - Coca-Cola cardboard carton in excellent condition with very strong colors; 1 plastic, light up Coca-Cola sign in very good condition. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 700 2229 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA & YELLOW PAGES ASH TRAYS. Largest: 7 -1/4” x 7 -1/4”. Lot consists of 1 - China Coca-Cola ashtray.;1 - Porcelain Yellow Pages ashtray. Both are in mint condition with no issues. (Near Mint). 300 - 600 2230 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA PORCELAIN MATCH STRIKERS. Each: 4 -1/4” x 4 -1/4”. Lot consists of two Canadian porcelain match strikers. Including one written in French Canadian and one in English. The English match striker has edge wear and mounting hole wear on the top with metal loss. The French match striker has strong color and gloss with a couple of chips on the top mounting hole. (Good - Very Good Plus). 600 - 1,200

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2231 - 1950 COCA-COLA TIN SIX PACK CUTOUT. 11” x 13”. This is a very nice sign with a field in mint condition. There are only a few marks on the edges. (Near Mint). 1,400 - 2,400 2232 - COCA-COLA SELF FRAMED TIN FISH TAIL SIGN. 27 -1/2” x 11 -3/4”. This is a very clean fish tail sign in an uncommon design. “Enjoy that Refreshing New Feeling” is written under the Coca-Cola script logo. It has a very clean field with a few rubs on the edges. (Near Mint). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2237 2233 - COCA-COLA SELF FRAMED TIN SIGN. 27 -3/4” x 19 -3/4”. Appears to have never been used. Sign says “Ice Cold Coca-Cola Sign Of Good Taste” with “Coca-Cola” in the fish tail shape and a bottle graphic to the right. Very clean field with a few border rubs. (Near Mint). 400 - 800 2234 - KING SIZE COCA-COLA SELF FRAMED TIN SIGN. 56” x 31 -3/4”. This sign has a clean field with some light soiling. There is some paper residue on the edges, as well as some light oxidation and wear. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

2236 - COCA-COLA FISH TAIL TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 53 -1/2” x 17 -1/2”. Fantastic and never before used sign. There is a shallow bend mark above the bottle and another to the left of the bottle. A great example. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200 2237 - 1950’S SELF FRAMED PICK UP 12 TIN COCA-COLA SIGN. 50” x 16”. A great example of this sign with a near spotless field. The outer edges and frame exhibit a few minor dings, scrapes and rubs. Displays excellent. (Excellent - Near Mint). 2,500 - 4,500

2235 - COCA-COLA TIN ARROW BUTTON SIGN. 20 -1/2” x 12” x 1 -1/4”. Sign appears to have never been used. This is an extremely clean example. Consists of an embossed arrow mounted behind a red “Drink Coca-Cola” button. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200 290

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LOT - 2239 2238 - COCA-COLA FISH TAIL SELF-FRAMED TIN SIGN. 53 - 3/4” x 17 - 1/2”. Sign appears to have never been used. Made by Robertson 1958. Fantastic shape with a shallow bend on the top center edge. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200 2239 - 1954 COCA-COLA PICK UP 6 TIN SIGN. 50” x 16”. Sign has a very clean field with one factory flaw in the center of the six-pack graphic. There are also a few dings on the right side of the sign as well as on the right edge. On the far left edge there is some paint loss. These imperfections do not take away from the beauty of this classic sign. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000 2240 - COCA-COLA IN BOTTLES TIN FLAT SIGN. 34 - 3/4”D. This is a very nice sign with great color. The flat sign is more scarce than a button. Dated 1955. There are only a few rubs that may clean and also a few tiny marks. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2241 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA BAG RACKS. Each: 36 -1/2” x 16” x 3 -1/2”. Lot consists of 1 - Coca-Cola Sprite Boy bag rack.; 1 - Coca-Cola bag rack with a six pack graphic. Both have moderate wear with fading, oxidation and paint loss. (Good). 700 - 1,400 LOT - 2240

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LOT - 2246

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LOT - 2245

2242 - 1956 COCA-COLA TIN SIX PACK CUTOUT SIGN. 11” x 13”. This is a classic and hard to find sign. Rather clean field with a few marks. There is a bend on bottom right corner with some minor paint loss, and the center left edge has a tiny bend and paint chip as well. (Very Good Plus). 1,500 - 2,500 2243 - 1956 COCA-COLA PICK UP 6 TIN SIGN. 50” x 16”. This sign has a very clean field with only some light dings on the right side. The edges have some oxidation spots that are touched up. This is an uncommon sign which is rarely seen for sale. (Excellent). 3,000 - 4,500 2244 - 1958 TIN COCA-COLA BIG KING SIZE TIN SIGN. 19 -1/2” x 28”. Made by Robertson, and shows a “Big King Size” six pack carton under a fish tail logo. This sign was never used and is almost flawless. You will never have to upgrade from this sign. (Near Mint). 1,300 - 2,000 2245 - EARLY 1960’S COCA-COLA TIRE RACK DISPLAY. 17” x 10 -1/2” x 24”. Display rack is very clean on one side while the other side has a few minor marks and rubs. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2246 - 1930’S COCA-COLA SCRIPT LOGO PORCELAIN SIGN. 18 -1/2” x 5 -1/2”. This sign has great color and gloss. There are some tiny chips to some of the edges and mounting holes. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400

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2247 - 1939 COCA-COLA PORCELAIN HANGING SIGN. 34” x 7” x 42”. 1939 porcelain Coca-Cola double sided sign with original iron bracket depicting a soda dispenser. Only minor edge wear and mounting hole chips, otherwise very good condition. (Excellent). 2,250 - 3,500

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2248 - DRINK COCA-COLA IN BOTTLES PORCELAIN BUTTON SIGN. 24”D x 2 -3/4”T. This is a great example of this sign with strong color and gloss. There are only a couple tiny chips on the edge. (Near Mint). 750 - 1,500 2249 - 1930’S DOUBLE SIDED PORCELAIN COCA-COLA DRUG STORE SIGN. 60 - 3/4” x 48” x 3”. This sign retains its original hanger. It is one of the best examples we have seen. There are only a couple of chips present. Both sides have strong color, while one side has some light cloudiness. This sign will never be seen again in such great condition. (Excellent Plus). 3,500 - 5,500

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2250 - LARGE COCA-COLA DRUG STORE PORCELAIN SIGN. 96” x 54 -3/4”. This sign has strong colors and is in great condition considering it was most likely used outdoors. There are a few marks and chips in the field. The raised border and edge do have some chipping. (Excellent). 4,000 - 6,000

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LOT - 2253 2251 - 1939 COCA-COLA PORCELAIN SIDEWALK SIGN. 26 - 1/2” x 25”. This is a beautiful example with some slight warping but very clean overall. Both sides have an extremely high gloss and nearly no wear with the exception of extreme outer edge nicks. Rated 9.3. (Near Mint). 2,500 - 3,500 2252 - COCA-COLA DRUG STORE PORCELAIN SIGN. 60” x 45 -1/2”. This sign is single sided porcelain and has incredible color and gloss. The field is very clean with some chips on the edges and mounting holes. The top raised border has numerous chips, the side and bottom borders also have some scrapes. (Excellent). 3,500 - 5,500 2253 - COCA-COLA FOUNTAIN SERVICE DOUBLE SIDED PORCELAIN SIGN. 62” x 49” x 3”. This sign has good color and gloss and a great Art Deco look. There are some chips in the field and some wear around the mounting holes. (Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000 294

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2254 - COCA-COLA PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 30” x 10”. This is a single sided sign with great colors and gloss. There are only a couple small chips on the mounting holes. (Excellent Plus). 1,200 - 2,500 2255 - 1940’S COCA-COLA PORCELAIN SIDEWALK SIGN. 28 -1/2” x 83” x 5”. The Bee’s Cafe logo has been painted in the last 20 years and looks great, however, is reversible if desired. Top panels show little wear at all, and the bottom buttons have primarily edge chips, mostly at mounting holes. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,500

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2256 - COCA-COLA SIGN OF GOOD TASTE PORCELAIN BUTTON SIGN. 36 -1/2”D x 4”T. This sign has fantastic color and gloss. There is a factory touch up on the bottom left edge and on one mounting hole. There are a few scattered chips on the bottom mounting holes. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,750 2257 - COCA-COLA PORCELAIN BUTTON SIGN. 36 -1/4”D x 4”T. This sign has a beautifully clean field. There is some very light fading on the top curl and one small bend on the bottom edge. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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2258 - COCA-COLA FOUNTAIN LUNCHEON DOUBLE SIDED PORCELAIN SIGN. 46” x 47” x 1”. This sign is wonderful with strong color and gloss. Sign has only a couple tiny nicks in the field and some chips around the mounting holes. (Excellent Plus). 3,000 - 5,000

LOT - 2258

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2259 - GUBER’S GARAGE COCA-COLA PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 47 - 1/2” x 56” x 1”. Sign is porcelain, with attractive later painting in top courtesy panel. That can be enjoyed or removed if desired. Complete with the center area 12” porcelain bottles and original framework. Only light wear with a few edge and border chips and a few chips in the field. (Very Good Plus). 2,500 - 4,500

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LOT - 2261

LOT - 2262

2260 - DOUBLE SIDED PORCELAIN COCA-COLA SIGN. 62” x 56” x 3”. One side of this sign says “Al’s Diner” and on the other it says “Farmer & Clark”. Sign has a great look and is complete. The yellow button has some touched up chips. (Very Good Plus). 2,000 - 4,000 2261 - ICED COCA-COLA HERE PORCELAIN FLANGE SIGN. 18” x 19 -1/4” x 1 -3/4”. This is a Canadian sign made by P&M Signs, marked on the lower border. It displays well with good color and has areas of scattered touch ups. (Very Good Plus). 700 - 1,400 2262 - LARGE COCA-COLA PORCELAIN FISHTAIL SIGN. 68” x 24” x 4 -1/4”. This sign has very strong color and the field only has a few chips. The outside mounting holes have some wear and chips. This is a hard to find size for this sign. (Very Good - Excellent). 700 - 1,400

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LOT - 2264

LOT - 2265

2263 - PORCELAIN COCA-COLA BUTTON SIGN. 24”D x 2 - 1/2”T. Great color. Retains its original brackets on the back. There are a few chips, mostly around the edges. (Very Good). 500 - 800 2264 - PORCELAIN COCA-COLA BUTTON SIGN. 36”D x 3 -1/2”T. This is a nice classic porcelain button sign. The top part of the sign has some light cloudiness which was caused by rain wear. The bottom part of the sign has great color and gloss. There are a few chips around the mounting holes. (Very Good Plus). 800 - 1,500 2265 - LARGE PORCELAIN COCA-COLA SIGN. 1”L x 96”W x 48-1/2”T. The Tennessee Enamel Manufacturing Company of Nashville produced this large, self-framed sign. Most of the porcelain loss is on the edges and raised frame except for two areas in the field, one of which is a dent from a bullet that didn’t pierce. Some slight bends. Colors are still bright and gloss is still present. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500

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LOT - 2266

2266 - 1950’S COCA-COLA POLICEMAN & BASE. 63” x 30 -1/4” x 21 -1/2”. Great example in wonderful condition with only minimal surface marks. The color and gloss is excellent. The base has been repainted. This is an outstanding example that does not need improvement. (Excellent Plus). 3,000 - 5,000 2267 - CANADIAN PORCELAIN COCA-COLA BUTTON SIGN. 48 -1/4”D x 4 -3/4”T. This scarce sign has strong colors and gloss. It was made in Canada by P&M. There are some touch ups on the mounting holes which are hard to see. (Very Good Plus). 1,000 - 2,000 2268 - LARGE DOUBLE SIDED COKE SIGN. 36”Dia. x 10”T. This 36” diameter sign comes with a large steel bracket for hanging. The sign is steel with a non-ferrous rim and immaculate white vinyl lettering on shiny, vibrant red paint. Two loops are mounted on the top of the rim for hanging. There are some extremely light scratches. A bright and well done restoration. (Restored). 800 - 2,000 LOT - 2268

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LOT - 2270

LOT - 2271

LOT - 2273 2269 - COCA-COLA SCHOOL ZONE DRIVE SAFELY SIGN. 24”D x 49 -1/4”T. This sign is double sided with the correct base. It has some edge wear with a few touch ups. The bottom edge does have a ding and a small crack, but the sign is still sturdy. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600 2270 - COCA-COLA SCHOOL ZONE DRIVE SAFELY WOOD SIGN. 24”D x 49 -1/2”. This sign is complete with correct base. It has moderate wear on the top edge. There are also some scuffs, soiling and edge wear. (Very Good). 800 - 1,500 2271 - COCA-COLA SLOW SCHOOL ZONE DRIVE SAFELY WOODEN SIGN. 15 -3/4” x 13” x 48 -1/4”. This sign has good colors with some rubs and marks and light edge wear. (Very Good Plus). 700 - 1,200 2272 - COCA-COLA SCHOOL GIRL SIGN. 22”D x 61 -1/2”T. This sign is single sided and made of aluminum. It sits on a restored Coca-Cola base. It has soiling, nicks, and some rubs. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2273 - PORCELAIN COCA-COLA FISH TAIL SLED SIGN. 43 -1/2” x 16” x 2 -3/4”. This sign had incredible color and gloss with a super clean field. The only damage is some chips on the bottom corners of the sign. (Excellent Plus). 600 - 1,000 LOT - 2272 300

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LOT - 2276

2274 - LARGE COCA-COLA PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 67 -1/2” x 24” x 4 -1/2”. Great color and gloss on this porcelain sign. Sign has curved sides and a script Coca-Cola logo. There is minor wear on the edges and around the mounting holes. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000 LOT - 2275

2275 - COCA-COLA SCHOOL ZONE DRIVE SAFELY SIGN. 24”D x 49 -1/4”T. The sign is double sided and has a reflective surface. It is complete with the correct base. There is some soiling, rubs and marks in the fields. (Very Good Plus). 800 - 1,600

2276 - WHITE PORCELAIN COCA-COLA BUTTON SIGN. 24”D x 2 -3/4”T. The sign appears to have never been used. It has great color and gloss. It is very clean, with a central single bottle graphic. There are only two tiny chips on the outside edge. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,500

LOT - 2277

2277 - COCA-COLA POLICE CROSSING GUARD DOUBLE SIDED SIGN. 31” x 24” x 63 -3/4”. This sign has been completely restored. It has vibrant colors and does display well with only a few marks. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000

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LOT - 2279

LOT - 2281

LOT - 2280

2278 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA BOTTLE SIGN & THERMOMETER. Largest: 5” x 17”. Lot consists of 1 - Embossed thermometer that works and appears to have never been used. It is extremely clean.; 1 Porcelain cut-out bottle sign with only a few edge chips. (Excellent - Near Mint). 300 - 600 2279 - COCA-COLA SIGN OF GOOD TASTE PORCELAIN BUTTON SIGN. 24 -1/4” x 2 -1/4”. This sign has a very clean field with strong colors and gloss. It has light edge wear and a few chips around the mounting holes. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400 302

2280 - LARGE COCA-COLA PORCELAIN BUTTON SIGN. 48”D x 5”T. Button sign has a couple of tiny chips in the script logo that have touch ups. There is also some chipping on the edge and around the mounting holes. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2281 - PORCELAIN COCA-COLA BUTTON SIGN. 24”D x 2 -3/4”T. This sign has great color and gloss. There is one chip in the field and some chips around the mounting holes. (Excellent). 750 - 1,500

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LOT - 2283

LOT - 2282

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2282 - DRINK COCA-COLA BUTTON SIGN. 36 - 1/4”D x 3 - 3/4”T. This is a very nice tin Coca-Cola button sign. It has minor wear on the mounting holes. (Excellent). 750 - 1,750 2283 - WHITE COCA-COLA BUTTON ADVERTISING SIGN. 16 -1/4”D x 1 -1/2”T. This aluminum sign has a great graphic and is very clean. There are only some rubs on the edge. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,000 2284 - COCA-COLA SLOW SCHOOL WOODEN SIGN. 16” x 33” x 50 -1/4”. The base of this sign has wheels on one side for easy transport. The top edge has wear on one side. The bottom Coca-Cola logos have some fading. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2285 - COCA-COLA ROOT GLASS CO. MODIFIED PROTOTYPE BOTTLE. 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. This is the only known bottle of its type that has surfaced completely intact. Advanced bottle collectors we have consulted consider it to be extremely rare and important. In early 1915, the Coca-Cola Bottling Company parent bottler in Atlanta, on the recommendation of the company lawyers, sent a request for proposal to several large glass houses requesting designs be submitted for what was to be the standard Coca-Cola bottle. Submitted proposals were required to be accompanied by a sample bottle. A committee of several bottlers and company lawyers met in Atlanta in August 1915 to consider the eight bottles submitted. The bottle selected was from the Root Glass Company. Earl R. Dean was the designer and inventor. The Coca-Cola Company accepted this newly designed bottle at once, but they could see that alterations would have to be made on the lower and middle diameters of the bottle in order to make it more practical and so it would fit in the modern bottling machinery that the bottlers were using. As a result, it was modified to the familiar design known to collectors and consumers today. Mr. Root advised the Coca-Cola Co. why it was necessary to make these alterations, and that a sample bottle would be submitted for their approval. Before formally accepting the new design, the committee arranged for the bottle to be tested in the Birmingham and Anniston, Alabama; Augusta, Georgia; and Nashville, Tennessee bottling plants. Bottles were blown in the shape of the final design, which was patented in Alex Samuelson’s name on November 16, 1915. The testing was confidential, with only the bottling plant owners and supervisors present for the trial runs. The testing was successful and the bottle design was further modified by moving the city from the lower side heel of the bottle to the bottom, and by moving the patent date to the middle below the Coca-Cola trademark. In April of 1917, the final design was introduced nationally. It should be noted that the straight area in the neck of the bottle is that of these early bottles and that the 1916 bottle retained the smooth, unbroken silhouette of the contour, since the ribs are unbroken at the middle panels. You can see that smooth contour illustrated in most late teens calendars and other advertising of that period. Much of this information comes from Dennis Smith, a recognized bottle expert. Also, some of the content in this description is taken from the book The Man Behind The Bottle by Norman Dean, the son of Earl Dean (ordered @ www.xlibris.com). We also reached out to another bottle expert, Bill Porter, who feels this bottle being offered is truly a “missing link”, heretofore unseen and unique. Since the bottle is stamped Atlanta, and is nearly pristine, it follows that it was a modified sample or prototype that never saw test production. The bottom view matches the original Root design, with the Coca-Cola logo boldly embossed on the bottom of the bottle. About 42 years ago, in Birmingham Alabama, Dennis Smith conducted a bottle dig in the same dump where that local bottler broke and discarded their straight sided bottles, a few blocks from where the plant was located. He discovered several damaged 1916 test bottles embossed Birmingham, but nothing remotely close to a complete bottle. Due to company loyalty being what it was in those days, coupled with what was likely higher ethics and morals, it certainly follows that all test bottles were destroyed, as ordered, after the confidential testing was completed. It is therefore believed that this Atlanta bottle is the only known example or model of the 1915 test bottle. The best explanation for Atlanta being on the heel of the bottle is that is what the first prototype also featured on the heel. There are 2 known examples of that prototype bottle with the second to surface selling at auction in 2011 for $240,000 and the original pencil sketch by Earl Dean of that bottle design selling for $228,000 in the same Julien’s auction. This bottle, and the bottle in the next lot offering, were both recently discovered a few days after obtaining and sorting through a Coca-Cola collection acquired from a retired Coca-Cola employee who worked for Chapman Root. The bottle is as close to pristine as one could envision, with no chips, cracks, nor case wear. Believed to be only example extant. (Mint). 100,000 - 150,000

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2286 - RARE COCA-COLA CHRISTMAS BOTTLE VARIATION. 7 - 3/4” x 2 - 1/4”. This bottle is a beautiful and unused example and variation of what was being used at the time. It was recently discovered during sorting, a few days after the acquisition of a Coca-Cola collection from a retired Coca-Cola employee who worked for Chapman Root. It bears the Dec. 25, 1923 patent date, but was made by Owens Illinois in 1933, in Terre Haute, In. This would have been just after the acquisition of Root Glass Company. The best guess by experts we consulted, Bill Porter among them, is that it might have been made for submission or approval for a newly modified design; one that was intended to perhaps be a “handy hold” bottle. That the prominently visible and embossed central horizontal band would have made the bottle easier to grasp and control seems a logical explanation, however it is only conjecture and really unexplainable, since there is no known paperwork nor city on the bottom of the bottle. It does, due to its pristine and unused condition, prompt serious consideration as a unique mystery and oddity. (Mint). 10,000 - 25,000

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LOT - 2288

2287 - EARLY COCA-COLA HUTCHINSON BOTTLE. 7 - 1/4” T. Very desirable property of Coca-Cola Bottling Company version and in beautiful overall display condition. The glass is very clear and quite smooth in the top two thirds of the bottle with some natural rippling in the bottom third on the backside of the bottle. The lettering is well formed with only minor nicking. The base has a few lower rubs and the top has two small nicks. Remnants of the original stopper are still inside the bottom of the bottle. (Excellent Plus - Near Mint). 4,000 - 6,000

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LOT - 2290

LOT - 2291

2288 - GLASS COCA-COLA DISPLAY BOTTLE. 20” x 5 - 1/2”. 1930s to 1940s. Very clean and bright with no wear. (Near Mint Plus). 100 - 200

2290 - LARGE SMILE COUNTER-TOP DISPLAY GLASS BOTTLE. 18 - 1/2” x 5 - 1/4”. One gallon clear glass bottle in good condition. Marked Patented July 11 1922. (Good). 150 - 250

2289 - GLASS “DRINK COCA-COLA” BOTTLE. 12”T x 3-1/2”Dia. Antique glass syrup bottle embellished with white enamel, reading “Drink Coca-Cola” centered within a decorative wreath. Complete with a cast aluminum bottle top. (Good). 400 - 800

2291 - LOT OF 7: ASSORTED COCA-COLA & PEPSI GLASS BOTTLES. Largest: 9” x 2” x 1”. Lot consists of 2 - Pepsi bottles from Flomaton, Alabama and Norfolk, Virginia.; 4 - Coca-Cola bottles from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Paraiso, C.Z., Wilmington, Delaware and Denver Colorado.; 1 - Mellin’s infants food jar from Boston, Massachusetts. All the bottles are in excellent condition. (Excellent). 300 - 600

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LOT - 2296

LOT - 2295

LOT - 2297

2292 - YELLOW COCA-COLA BOTTLE CRATE FROM CHAMPAIGN ILL. 16 -3/4” x 11 -1/4” x 11 -1/2”. This crate has a great primitive look with nice colors and worn logos. There is some paint loss and soiling. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2293 - LOT OF 2: WOOD COCA-COLA BOTTLE CASES WITH FULL BOTTLES. Larger:18 -1/2” x 12” x 8 -1/2”. Lot consists of two different sized crates filled with full Coke bottles. The crates have a few marks but display well and would look great in any country store setting. (Excellent). 300 - 600 2294 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA & WERBELOW’S BEVERAGES VENDOR CARRYING CASES. Largest: 19” x 14” x 7”. Lot consists of 1 - Embossed tin Coca-Cola carrying case.; 1 - Hand painted Werbelow’s Beverages carrying case. Both cases have moderate wear with paint loss and soiling. (Fair). 400 - 700

LOT - 2298

2296 - SCARCE STADIUM COCA-COLA VENDOR CARRYING CASE. 17 -1/2” x 10 -1/2” x 8 -1/2”. This case has a great look. It has period hand drawn 5¢ logos on each side of the Coca-Cola script logo. The outside is embossed tin with rubber trim on the top and bottom. There is a bottle opener affixed to one side. There are some rubs, paint nicks and marks to the case but it still displays great. (Very Good). 500 - 900 2297 - RESTORED COCA-COLA COOLER. 18 -1/2” x 13” x 17 -1/2”. This cooler has a great restoration. It displays well with only the lightest wear. (Restored). 400 - 700 2298 - RESTORED COCA-COLA COOLER. 18 -1/4” x 12 -1/4” x 19”. This Coca-Cola cooler has been professionally restored and has a great appearance. There are only a couple marks on it. (Restored). 500 - 800

2295 - LOT OF 3: ASSORTED COCA-COLA BOTTLE CARRIERS. Largest: 7 - 1/2” x 5” x 9 - 1/2”. Lot consists of two empty two-bottle carriers in very good condition with minor wear. Also included is one six-bottle carrier with bottles in very good condition. (Very Good). 200 - 400

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LOT - 2300

LOT - 2301

2299 - 1950’S COCA-COLA AIRLINE COOLER. 17” x 12” x 6 -1/2” . All original with a few scuff marks. Cooler displays great. (Very Good). 400 - 700 2300 - LOT OF 2: PRESSED STEEL MARX COKE TRUCKS. Larger: 17-1/4”L. Lot consists of 1 - with a hand truck and eight cases, measuring 12-1/2”L.; 1 - with lithographed cases on the side of the truck, measuring 17-1/4”L. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 800

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LOT - 2303

2301 - LOT OF 9: MINIATURE COCA-COLA CASES WITH BOTTLES. Largest: 6 -1/4” x 4 -1/4” x 3 -1/4”. Lot consists of 3 - wood crates; 4 plastic crates; 1 - cardboard crate; 1 - box of ten plastic miniature Coca-Cola bottles. All crates are complete with bottles and all items are in excellent to near mint condition. (Excellent - Near Mint). 400 - 800 2302 - 1950’S COCA-COLA ROUTE TRUCK IN ORIGINAL BOX. Box: 13 -1/4” x 4 -1/2” x 3 -3/4”. Made by Sanyo Japan. Excellent condition with minor soiling and a few rubs. Box has some handling wear and a stain on the bottom. (Excellent). 400 - 700 2303 - LOT OF 2: COCA-COLA PORTABLE GRILL AND COOLER. 13-1/2” L x 12” W x 15” T. Lot consists of 1 - Smoker portable charcoal grill, advertising Coca-Cola that is the perfect tailgating companion, it is miniature in size and very light weight. It is lacquered in the traditional red and white color with the wood components of the grill stamped with the Coca-Cola signature. New old stock but does display minor interior wear. (Very Good - Excellent). 100 - 300 2304 - LATE 1920’S COCA-COLA BOTTLE LAMP. 20 -1/4” x 8 -1/2” x 8 -1/2” . This is a very hard to find Coca-Cola piece. The colors remain strong with only some light wear and a minor cloudy spot on the lower section of the bottle. The cap does has some oxidation and a tiny hole on the top. The base has been repainted and the cord was replaced at one point. It displays wonderfully and lights up when plugged in. (Very Good - Excellent). 6,000 - 12,000

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2305 - 1930 COCA-COLA NEON SIGN & CLOCK. 25 - 1/4” x 23 - 3/4” x 4 - 3/4”. This piece was made by Lackner. In working order and retains its original chain and cord. Has a wonderful Art Deco look. In fantastic condition with very minor wear. (Excellent). 7,000 - 14,000 2306 - 1930’S COCA-COLA BOTTLE RADIO. 23 -1/4” x 7”. This is a very nice example with all original screws. Unit lit up and worked when plugged in. The Coca-Cola script logo on both sides of the bottle has some minor rubs and marks. The bottle cap has some paint loss but displays well. (Very Good Plus). 2,500 - 5,000

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LOT - 2309

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LOT - 2307

LOT - 2310

2307 - COCA COLA ADVERTISING WALL CLOCK. 16 - 1/4” x 4 - 1/4” x 37 - 1/2”. Wood, wall mount, regulator clock with a reverse glass advertisement reading “Drink Coca Cola Sold Everywhere”. The clock’s dial is spotted with soiling while the case and glass are excellent. Retaining an E. Ingraham & Co. paper label within. With pendulum and winding key. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600 2308 - COCA-COLA ROUND CLOCK. 17 -1/4” x 1 -1/4”. Clock has a few marks on the front with light edge wear. (Very Good). 300 - 800

2310 - 1950’S COCA-COLA LIGHT UP DISPLAY CLOCK. 19 -1/2” x 5” x 9”. Great example in working order. This display has very little wear; there are only a few marks and light soiling. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2311 - 1930’S COCA-COLA BOTTLE RADIO. 23 -1/2” x 7”. This piece displays well and has strong colors with a great sheen. It has two of the original body bolts and original knobs. It lights up and one can hear static when it is plugged in. Appears to have the original electrical cord. This is a very nice example that displays quite well. (Excellent Plus). 2,000 - 3,000

2309 - COCA-COLA SWIHART ADVERTISING CLOCK. 15” x 3”. Nice looking clock with Swihart label still intact. When plugged in, the clock lights up but there was no movement. There are a couple light marks on the face of the clock. (Very Good Plus). 300 - 600

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2312 - 1950’S COCA-COLA COOLER RADIO. 12 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2” x 9 - 1/2” This is a beautiful example and appears to be all original with a wonderfully clean case. Only a few small rubs and marks and the lightest of wear or soiling. The dial lights up and the radio hums. (Excellent Plus - Near Mint). 400 - 700 2313 - 1927 COCA-COLA REVERSE ON GLASS BACK BAR SIGN. 11 - 1/4” Dia. This circular sign has a few edge chips and some scattered marks in the field. Overall, it displays well. (Excellent). 300 - 800 2314 - COCA-COLA LIGHT UP COUNTER SIGN. 11 -1/4” Dia. 1950’s. The sign was made by The Price Bros. It has a few very light marks and some wear on the back side. It lights up when plugged in. (Excellent). 400 - 700 2315 - COCA COLA STAINED GLASS WALL MOUNT LIGHT FIXTURE. 21”L x 12”W x 29”T. An interesting piece with two round glass globes. The top globe is opaque white with a pleated design while the lower leaded glass globe reads “Coca-Cola” across the center surrounded by streaky green panels and red and white swirls along the edges. (Very Good). 1,250 - 2,000 2316 - COCA-COLA NEON ADVERTISING SIGN. 16 -1/2” x 7” x 6”. This is a contemporary Coca-Cola sign, with the neon forming the “Coca-Cola” script logo. It is in working order with no issues. (Excellent). 200 - 400 2317 - COCA-COLA THEME CHANGEOMATIC MACHINE. 8” x 45” x 9”. This machine has been done with a Coca Cola theme. The upper part of the machine has all vinyl graphics while the bottom portion is hand painted. The base has come loose from the top and will need to be reattached. This machine is in excellent condition with light wear. Includes keys. (Excellent). 800 - 1,600

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2318 - 10, 25¢ COCA-COLA VENDO COIN CHANGER. 22”D x 45”T. 1940’s to 1950’s. The coin changer sits on a newer Coca-Cola base. Light decal loss on the front with a few chips in the paint. Includes key. (Very Good Plus). 1,000 - 2,000

2321 - SCARCE 1950’S PEPSI SLOW SCHOOL CROSSING SIGN. 34” x 24” x 67”. This sign sits on a cast iron base. It has moderate soiling with some paint chips and general wear. The backside of the sign has only partial graphics remaining. (Good). 2,500 - 4,500

2319 - 10¢ VENDO 44 COKE MACHINE. 17”L x 22”W x 58”T. This particular model became popular due to its size and ability to vend either bottles or cans. Great appearance overall. Includes key. C. 1956-1958. The exterior of the steel body has been completely restored, nicely lacquered in red and white, advertising Coca-Cola. Complete with a glass bottle opener. (Restored). 1,500 - 3,000

2322 - 1950’S 5¢ JACOBS MODEL 50 PEPSI-COLA VENDING MACHINE. 26-1/2”L x 20”W x 60-1/2”T. An exceptional Pepsi-Cola vending machine, restored to near perfection! Manufactured by F.L. Jacobs Co. in the 1950’s with the serial no. 201514. It’s steel construction has been repainted with a light blue shade, white pinstriped details and has the Pepsi-Cola emblem on the front. The great restoration job was done by Todd Perkins, a well known collector and restorer. Features include a soda pop bottle opener. No keys included. (Excellent). 800 - 2,000

2320 - 10¢ JACOBS 56 PEPSI VENDING MACHINE. 24”L x 26”W x 61”T. This is a highly collectible, restored Jacobs 56, a.k.a. the “Pepsi Lite-Up” because of the lighted central logo cap. Deep blue paint with red and white pin striping and logo decals make this vending machine a real show piece. Although the beautifully restored paint indicates that this is a 10¢ machine, it really wants a quarter in order to vend. Circa 1952. Two keys are included. Missing the coin return handle. (Restored). 3,000 - 5,000 314

2323 - THINK YOUNG PEPSI-COLA DOUBLE BUBBLE CLOCK. 15”D x 4 -1/2”T. This clock is in fantastic condition with no issues. In working order. Center says “Think Young - Say Pepsi, Please!”. One of the cleanest examples we have ever seen. (Near Mint Plus). 700 - 1,400

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LOT - 2322 2324 - 1950’S SAY PEPSI, PLEASE PEPSI-COLA DOUBLE BUBBLE LIGHTED CLOCK. 15”D x 4 -1/2”T. Double bubble clock is in working order. Very clean clock has light wear around ring. The back side has some soiling and marks, and is missing the two access panels. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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2325 - SAY PEPSI PLEASE PEPSI-COLA DOUBLE BUBBLE CLOCK. 15”D x 4 -1/2”T. This very nice clock is in working order. The ring is a little loose, and there are a few marks on the backside. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000

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2326 - BE SOCIABLE PEPSI-COLA DOUBLE BUBBLE CLOCK. 15”D x 4 -1/2”T. This clock is in great condition with only some marks on the backside. Retains original Advertising Products decal on the back. In working order. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200 2327 - DRINK PEPSI-COLA ICE COLD DOUBLE BUBBLE CLOCK. 15”D x 4 -1/2”T. Pepsi-Cola advertising clock is in working order. There are only a few marks on the backside. Partial Advertising Products decal remains on the back. (Excellent Plus). 600 - 1,200 LOT - 2330

2328 - SAY PEPSI PLEASE DOUBLE BUBBLE CLOCK. 15”D x 4 -1/2”T. Pepsi-Cola advertising clock is in working order. It has some fine scratches on the glass front and a tiny paint chip on one of the hands. The back retains the original Advertising Products decal. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2329 - LOT OF 8: MINIATURE SODA CASES WITH BOTTLES. Largest: 4 -1/2” x 3 -1/2” x 3”. Lot consists of 2 - wooden Dr. Pepper cases with bottles, one of which is missing a bottle; 2 - wooden Coca-Cola crates with bottles; 1 - plastic Coca-Cola case with bottles; 1 - cardboard 7Up six pack with bottles; 1 - cardboard Miller Beer six pack with bottles; 1 - unmarked wooden case with Coca-Cola bottles. All are in excellent to near mint condition. (Excellent - Near Mint). 400 - 800 2330 - LOT OF 2: FROSTIE ROOT BEER SIGN & THERMOMETER. Largest: 8 -1/4” x 36”. The bottle cap sign is embossed tin and is very clean with only light mounting hole wear. The thermometer has great color and gloss with six pack graphic and only a few marks and a slight bend on the top right edge. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400 316

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2331 - SCHELL’S CARBONATED MEAD LITHOGRAPHED POSTER. Framed : 33 -3/4” x 26”. This piece is beautifully framed behind glass. It is dated 1908 and was made by The Meek Co. in Coshocton, Ohio. It is titled “Automobiling”. It has strong colors and a great image of three women being driven around in their best Victorian clothing. Condition is near mint with no issues. One would have a tough time upgrading from this example. (Near Mint). 3,000 - 6,000

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2332 - BROMO-SELTZER COUNTER TOP DISPENSER. 7 -3/4” x 4 -1/2” x 23”. This is a very nice example in near mint condition. Retains its original top flicker sign. Display holds an upside down bottle over a cup which is marked “Bromo-Seltzer”. A perfect display for your drug store collection. (Near Mint). 400 - 800 2333 - DR. PEPPER ART DECO ADVERTISING CLOCK. 22”W x 17”T. Advertising Dr. Pepper and reads “Drink Dr. Pepper Good for Life! Thanks Call Again” with the clock highlighting the famed 10, 2 and 4. The reverse glass setting has an Art Deco motif with an 8 sided metal frame. Manufactured by Crystal Mfg. Co. in the 1930’s. There is wear on the field and frame with some crazing on the center of the clock. (Good - Very Good). 2,000 - 5,000

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LOT - 2335

2334 - 1960’S 3 PANEL DR. PEPPER EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. 69” x 23 -1/2”. The three panels are all embossed tin and mounted onto a wooden stretcher. The center panel has a very clean field with a few tiny dings, light marks, and edge wear. The two side panels are mirror images of each other and each has a bottle graphic. The right panel is very clean; the left panel has some paint nicks and marks. (Very Good Plus). 2,000 - 4,000 2335 - WOODEN DR. PEPPER COOLER RADIO. 8 - 1/2” x 12” x 7”. 1940’s. This is a nice, all original example with some light marks and a few nicks. Unit is not working. (Very Good Plus). 800 - 1,500

LOT - 2336

2336 - LOT OF 2: DR. PEPPER TIN SIGNS. Larger: 40” x 12”. Lot consists of 1 - embossed tin Dr. Pepper sign that is framed without glass. It has one small bend mark on the upper left corner and one light pitted area below the “D” in “Dr.”.; 1 - 1940’s Dr. Pepper clock sign. It is in excellent condition with only a few light marks. (Excellent). 700 - 1,200

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2337 - LOT OF 4: DR. PEPPER, VERNOR’S, RC COLA & PEPSI STADIUM VENDOR CARRIERS. Largest: 18 -1/2” x 10” x 7 -1/2”. Lot consists of carriers from Dr. Pepper, Vernor’s, Royal Crown Cola and Pepsi. The Pepsi carrier is made of masonite and wood. The edge has a missing piece and a ding. The other carriers are made of metal and have soiling, marks and general wear. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,000 2338 - GANTRET’S GROCERY TIN SIGN WITH FROSTIE ROOT BEER SIGNS. 102” x 28 -1/2” x 5”. This is a neat country store sign with two Frostie Root Beer bottle cap signs mounted on either side. Both Frostie signs have some soiling, light wear and some light paint splatter on the top border areas. The center painted section is in great shape with only minor wear. (Excellent). 2,500 - 4,500

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2339 - LOT OF 3: BIRELEY’S & SPUR SODA TIN SIGNS. Largest: 12” x 3 -1/2”. Lot consists of: two Spur signs and a Bireley’s sign. The Spur sign with the bottle is embossed and has some discoloration over the entire piece with only very light wear. The other Spur sign has some spidering in the paint from the manufacturer and a tiny spot of oxidation on the left edge. The Bireley’s sign is embossed and has great colors with very light wear. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 900 2340 - RARE DOUBLE COLA ADVERTISING SPLIT FLANGE. 21 -3/4” x 20” x 30 -3/4”. This is a fantastic and rarely seen sign. It was made by Allen Morrison Co. The sign is split in the middle, so that once mounted to a wall the sign displays on an angle. The condition is fantastic with incredible, unfaded color and strong gloss. It would be impossible to upgrade on this example. (Near Mint Plus). 2,500 - 3,500

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LOT - 2344

2341 - DOUBLE COLA DOUBLE SIDED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 42 - 1/2” x 36”. This is a very scarce sign made by Robertson. It is dated 1954. The colors and gloss are amazing. There are only a few light marks and a tiny dent on the bottom edge. It would be hard to improve on this example. (Excellent Plus). 1,500 - 3,500

2343 - DOUBLE COLA TIN FLANGE SIGN. 18” x 15” x 2 -1/4”. Dated 1947. This sign has vibrant and unfaded colors with a great original gloss. There are only a few marks around the mounting holes. This is a fantastic example. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 2,000

2342 - SCARCE DRINK DOUBLE COLA TIN ADVERTISING FLANGE SIGN. 18” x 19” x 2 -1/4”. This is a very hard to find flange sign. The colors are very strong as is the gloss. Both sides are in about the same condition. Both exhibit some paint nicks with a few rubs and marks. The actual flange has a bit more wear with paint nicks and soiling. This sign displays better than described and is highly desirable. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,750 - 3,000

2344 - DOUBLE COLA DOUBLE SIDED TIN SIGN. 42 -1/2” x 35 -3/4”. Made by Robertson. This sign has very strong colors and gloss. The top portions on both sides of the sign have oxidation which has caused some paint bubbling and loss. Below that section, the sign is in fantastic condition. (Very Good Plus). 1,000 - 2,500

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2345 - DOUBLE COLA EMBOSSED TIN ARROW ADVERTISING SIGN. 48” x 15”. This single sided arrow sign has great color and gloss. There are a few dings and some edge wear, as well as some paint loss on the two mounting holes on each side. Overall, this sign displays great and is very hard to find. (Very Good Plus). 800 - 1,600

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2346 - DOUBLE COLA EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 28 -1/2” x 20 -1/4”. Framed sign has remarkable colors and gloss, it most likely was never used. There are a few edge chips, with a couple in the lower field and a few dings on the bottom right corner. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400 LOT - 2346

2347 - LARGE EMBOSSED TIN DOUBLE COLA ADVERTISING SIGN. 55 -3/4” x 32”. Dated 1952 and made by Robertson, marked “Robertson 4 - 52”. Great color and design. There are some paint nicks, marks in the field. The edges and one corner have a few spots that are rusted through. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400 2348 - LOT OF 2: DOUBLE COLA FLANGE & STRIP SIGN. 19” x 18 -1/2” x 2”. Lot consists of 1 - Scarce Double Cola tin flange sign. It has moderate wear on both sides with paint nicks, soiling, scrapes, and scattered marks.; 1 - Embossed tin sign with a pricing area in the center. It has some light wear with some paint loss around the edges. (Good Very Good). 700 - 1,400

LOT - 2347

2349 - LOT OF 2: DOUBLE COLA BARREL & CELLULOID SIGN. Larger: 15 -1/4”D x 16 -1/2”T. Lot consists of 1 - Double Cola barrel with some soiling, oxidation and paint loss on the lid.; 1 - Celluloid sign that is very clean. It was made by Phila. Badge Co. and has a easel stand and a hanger on the back. (Very Good - Excellent Plus). 400 - 800 LOT - 2348

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2350 - LOT OF 2: NESBITT’S ORANGE TIN FLANGE AND TIN OVER CARDBOARD SIGN. Larger: 18” x 13 -3/4” x 11 -3/4”. Lot consists of 1 - Great classic flange sign with strong colors and great bottle graphic. The sign advertises “Nesbitt’s California Orange Sold Here 5¢”. There are light marks on both sides as well as some paint loss and light oxidation on the front edge.; 1 - Round tin over cardboard sign that appears to have never been used. It still has its unused easel back and original string for hanging. it is in near mint condition with only a tiny shallow ding in the center of the bottle. (Very Good Plus - Near Mint). 1,000 - 1,800 LOT - 2350

LOT - 2351

2351 - REVERSE ON GLASS ORANGE-CRUSH MENU BOARD. 25 -1/4” x 14 -1/2”. 1937. This is a never used, New Old Stock item. Absolutely stunning condition and appearance, still has original cardboard inserts with prices and food items which are slid in on either side of an Orange-Crush advertisement. This is a fantastic example. (Near Mint Plus). 2,000 - 3,800

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LOT - 2353 2352 - 1929 ORANGE CRUSH EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. Frame: 32” x 18”. Sign is framed behind glass. Appears to have never been used. There are still some remnants of wax paper on the sign, and one small factory flaw below the word “Drink”. This is a very nice example. (Near Mint). 2,000 - 3,500

2353 - LARGE EMBOSSED TIN ORANGE CRUSH SIGN. 118” x 69” x 1”. This is a great oversized embossed tin sign with wood backing. It is very clean considering the age and size. There is light oxidation to a few spots and a couple marks. The edges have some oxidation and some paint loss. (Very Good Plus). 2,000 - 4,000

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2354 - WARD’S ORANGE CRUSH ADVERTISING WALL CLOCK. 16 - 1/4” x 4 - 1/4” x 37 - 1/2”. Wood, wall mount, regulator clock with a reverse glass advertisement reading “Drink Ward’s Orange-Crush also Lemon-Crush, Lime-Crush”. The clock’s dial shows substantial soiling while the case and glass are excellent. With pendulum. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 2356

LOT - 2358

2355 - ORANGE CRUSH BOTTLE CAP TIN SIGN. 19”D x 2”T. Sign appears to be New Old Stock and is made by The Stout Sign Co. The colors and gloss are outstanding. (Near Mint). 800 - 1,600

2357 - ORANGE CRUSH ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH POSTER. Framed: 40” x 23 -1/2” x 1 -1/2”. Framed behind glass. Features a great illustration by Walt Otto. Has a few horizontal fold marks with very light wear. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400

2356 - FRAMED ORANGE CRUSH DIE-CUT SIGN. Famed : 20 - 3-4” x 18”. This die-cut cardboard sign is professionally framed behind glass. It has a fantastic look with good color. The edges are sharp and crisp. There is only some very mild soiling. This is the best example we have seen. (Near Mint). 800 - 1,500

2358 - ORANGE CRUSH EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 35” x 35”. Made by The Stout Sign Co. This great sign shows the classic bottle cap design. There is some soiling and light edge wear. (Very Good Plus). 600 - 1,200

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2359 - WARD’S ORANGE CRUSH EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. Frame: 20 -1/4” x 9 -1/2”. Sign is framed without glass. This is a great early sign with strong color. At the bottom, the sign also advertises Ward’s Lemon-Crush and Ward’s Lime-Crush. There are a few marks in the field and a bend on the upper left corner. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2361 - COOK’S BEER AND ALE EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. 24” x 24”. Sign has very strong color with only minimal wear. Slight bend on the right corner section. Does have some minor edge and corner wear. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2362 - ORANGE SQUEEZE EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 27 -3/4” x 19 -1/4”. Sign is framed without glass. It shows some wax paper residue, nicks, shallow bends and some paint loss. Has a bottle graphic on the left and advertises “In Bottles Only Everywhere”. (Good). 400 - 800 2363 - FRAMED EMBOSSED SCHLITZ BEER SIGN. 23-1/2”W x 29-1/2”T. Pictured at the center is a whimsical fairy, sitting next to a bottle of Schlitz Beer with “The Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous” embossed at the bottom. Schlitz was known to be one of the best beers in the 1940’s, competing head to head with Budweiser until the late 1950’s. Some surface scratches to the field are visible as well as on the frame. From the Collection of Gary Johnson. (Good). 800 - 1,500

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LOT - 2366

2364 - HUM-DINGER MILKSHAKE EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 94” x 46” x 1”. Made by Maryland Backing Co., Charlotte, North Carolina, and marked on the back. This sign is great with a large milkshake graphic on the front and strong colors. Remarkably good condition, with some light edge wear and only a few marks. (Excellent). 1,200 - 2,400 2365 - GRAPETTE BOTTLE CAP ADVERTISING SIGN. 39”D x 3 - 1/4”T. Very nice sign with great color and gloss. A few minor rubs and marks. Made by Stout Sign Co. A fine example. (Excellent Plus). 1,000 - 2,000

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2366 - LOT OF 3: 7-UP ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 2”L x 18”W x 20”T. Lot consists of 1- double sided tin flange sign, advertising 7-UP. Pictured is the glass bottle next to their known insignia, the bottle showing a woman on the label. There is some wear along the edges of the sign.; 2 - die-cut cardboard signs advertising 7-Up with a Christmas motif. One side features the bottle of pop surrounded by mistletoe’s and holiday ornaments. The other side is similar in design but reads “Season’s Greetings” along the bottom. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 2370

LOT - 2371

LOT - 2369 2367 - 7-UP FLANGE STYLE TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 24” x 12”. This sign was made by The Stout Sign Co. It appears to have never been used and only has a few light scrapes in the field. (Excellent Plus). 400 - 800 2368 - LOT OF 3: 7UP SCOREBOARD, CUT-OUT & EMERGENCY CONTACT SIGN. Largest: 36” x 14”. Lot consists of 1 - unused double sided wooden scoreboard in mint condition.; 1 - cut-out 7Up easel back advertising sign in excellent condition with a tiny mark on the front.; 1 - aluminum 7Up Emergency Contact sign in great shape with a few marks. (Excellent - Near Mint). 300 - 600 2369 - 7UP SLOW SCHOOL ZONE TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 20 -1/2” x 30”. Double sided sign is made by Stout Sign Co. in St. Louis Missouri. It has great color and displays well. There is some touch ups on the edge only. (Very Good). 750 - 1,250 2370 - 7UP EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 23 -1/2” x 11 -1/2”. Comes with the original paper from when shipped. Made by The Stout Sign Co. in St. Louis Missouri. Sign has a few tiny edge nicks. (Near Mint). 400 - 800 2371 - 7UP EMBOSSED TIN SIGN WITH ORIGINAL PAPER. 23 -1/4” x 11 -1/4”. Very nice 7 Up embossed tin sign made by Stout Sign Co. Comes with original paper used to separate the signs when they were shipped. There is only a tiny mark on the bottom right corner. (Near Mint). 400 - 700 2372 - 10¢ 7UP VENDORLATOR VENDING MACHINE. 31 -1/4” x 24” x 64 -1/4”. This 7Up soda vending machine has been restored. It is in excellent condition with only very light wear. Includes keys. (Excellent Plus). 600 - 1,200 LOT - 2372

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LOT - 2376

2373 - EMBOSSED TIN BARQ’S ADVERTISING SIGN. 53 -1/2” x 17”. This sign appears to have never been used. On the left side is an embossed Barq’s logo. On the right side there is a large blank courtesy panel for advertising another business. There are only a couple marks on this sign. It is a great example. (Near Mint). 800 - 1,600 2374 - HOWELS GRAPE JULEP ADVERTISING LITHO. 15-1/4”L x 10-1/4”W. Howels Grape Julep “The Perfection of Grape Drinks” is advertised on this lithograph, nicely framed. The graphic illustrates a woman wearing a black headdress, enjoying a bottle of Grape Julep with luscious grapes pictured next to her. A very small area of non distracting repair possibly 3/8” is evident in the very lower portion of the grapes. (Very Good). 400 - 800

2376 - STAR SODA BOTTLING WORKS SELF FRAMED TIN SIGN. Frame: 11 -1/2” x 35 -1/2”. This sign is framed without glass. It appears to have never been used, and has day one color and gloss. There are only two tiny marks in the field. This is a hard to find sign, especially in this condition. (Near Mint). 800 - 1,600 2377 - LOT OF 3: SQUIRT SODA THERMOMETERS AND SIGN. Largest: 6” x 13 - 1/2”. Lot consists of 1 - round Squirt thermometer with great color and graphics, it has a few minor scrapes to the top and bottom mounting holes.; 1 - embossed tin thermometer, dated 1971, with a few scrapes and some cloudiness on the bottom left corner.; 1 - 1961 Squirt Soda embossed plastic hanging sign in near mint condition with no issues. (Very Good - Near Mint). 700 - 1,200

2375 - DRINK DELAWARE PUNCH EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. Frame: 13 -1/2” x 39 -1/4”. This sign is framed without glass and appears to have never been used. Made by the Stout Sign Co. It is in near mint condition with no marks. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 2,000 326

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LOT - 2380

LOT - 2378

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2378 - WARD’S ORANGE CRUSH SYRUP DISPENSER. 9 - 1/2”D x 15”T. This dispenser comes with the correct Ward’s Orange Crush pump. Dispenser is in great shape with only some mild soiling. (Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000 2379 - FOSTER’S CHERRY SMASH SYRUP DISPENSER. 9 - 1/2”D x 15 - 1/2”T. Pump retains its original working Cherry Smash pump. The colors remain very strong on both sides and gold leaf on the bottom trim is well preserved as well. The 5¢ logo on one side has a small chip in it. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,500 2380 - LOT OF 2: ROOT BEER SYRUP DISPENSERS. Largest 9”Dia. x 15”T. Lot consists of 1- barrel soda fountain syrup dispenser with claw feet manufactured by the Multiplex Faucet Co. and reads “Root Beer”. There is wear throughout the barrel with the “t” in “Root” slightly fading. 9”Dia. x 15”T.; 1- the “Buckeye Root Beer” syrup dispenser, manufactured by the Cleveland Fruit Juice Co. and is colored in black with white lettering. Stunningly lacquered with small traces of wear. 8”Dia. x 14-1/2”T. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

LOT - 2382

2381 - CERAMIC LIPTON ICED TEA DISPENSER. 16-1/2”L x 11”W x 18”T. Contemporary Lipton Iced Tea dispenser, in the shape of a teapot with a removable lid and is affixed to a matching base. The black ceramic dispenser is beautifully glazed and is embossed with white lettering, complete with a new spout. (Excellent). 400 - 1,000 2382 - BUCKEYE ROOT BEER SODA FOUNTAIN SYRUP DISPENSER. 9” x 16”. This is a great dispenser with the original Cleveland Fruit Juice pump. There are graphics on both sides of the pump. On the bottom of the base, there has been some touch up on the gold stripe. The upper section is free from touch up and has very strong colors. (Excellent). 2,000 - 4,000

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2383 - LOT OF 3: SODA FOUNTAIN ITEMS. Largest 8”L x 8”W x 17-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1 - Horlick’s Malted Milk Dispenser. Pistachio green porcelain enameled cast iron base and aluminum hopper with steel lid. Some enamel loss.; 1 - Hamilton Beach Malted Milk Blender. 18-3/4” tall. Pistachio green porcelain base and stainless steel mixing cup. Power cord has been cut.; 1 - Butter Churn. Crank operates the interior wood paddle, vented lid, pinched glass. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800 2384 - PRIDE OF DIXIE SYRUP DOUBLE SIDED SIGN. 36” x 23 - 1/2”. This is a great looking two-sided heavy gauge tin sign which features the product can pouring syrup over a stack of pancakes. The color and condition are quite strong, with only some light scratches and minor edge rust on either side. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 328

2385 - THE ARCTIC SODA WATER APPARATUS MARBLE DISPENSER. 37” x 33” x 25”. This soda fountain was designed by J.W. Tufts. It is extremely elaborate and ornate. This dispenser would have only been used in exclusive hotels and establishments. It would have had a price tag of $2500 which was quite extravagant in the late 1800’s. The cylinder is made of Italian marble and the dome top is Sterling silver. The soda dispenser retains its original brass plaque on the front that says “The Arctic Soda Apparatus J.W. Tufts Boston, Mass.” The last patent date shows 1880. There are also two other smaller brass tags that say Root Beer and Ginger Ale. There is a crack in the marble the runs from the left of the makers plaque to the base. There is also a crack which runs right below the makers plaque to the second large spigot. The dome top has a few dings and tarnish. Despite the minor issues, this piece displays quite well and would look great in any setting. This is the only example we have ever seen sold. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 4,000 - 8,000 2386 - SUN CREST BEVERAGES BOTTLE CAP ADVERTISING SIGN. 35 - 1/2”D. Great color on this sign. It has some very light wear with a few marks. (Excellent). 700 - 1,200

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LOT - 2389 2387 - WHISTLE ARROW SELF FRAMED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 26 -1/2” x 6 -3/4”. Made by American Art Works. The sign is single sided and has strong, unfaded color with good gloss. There are a couple minuscule nicks in the field with the slightest edge wear. (Near Mint). 700 - 1,500

2389 - ROYAL CROWN COLA DOUBLE SIDED PORCELAIN SIGN. 70” x 49” x 2 -1/2”. Sign has strong colors and presents very well. There are some edge chips and a few in the field. (Very Good Plus). 2,000 - 4,000

2388 - WHISTLE SODA EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 14 -1/2” x 26 -1/4”. 1930’s. Framed behind glass. Sign appears to have never been used. Very clean with only one mark on top center. (Near Mint). 400 - 700

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2390 - LOT OF 2: NUGRAPE TIN BOTTLE SIGN & THERMOMETER. Largest: 5” x 17”. Lot consists of 1 - New Old Stock NuGrape sign with fantastic color and gloss and no issues.; 1 - Working thermometer that has only a minuscule mark on the top mounting hole. Both are embossed tin cut-outs. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200 2391 - LOT OF 2: ROYAL CROWN COLA EMBOSSED TIN THERMOMETERS. Each: 5 -3/4” x 13 -1/2”. Lot consists of two near mint Royal Crown thermometers. Both tubes work. There is only the slightest amount of wear on both. This is a great lot. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200

2393 - SKI SODA SELF FRAMED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 31 -3/4” x 11 -3/4”. Single sided sign appears to have never been used. It has a very clean field with only some light marks on the edges. (Near Mint). 500 - 1,000 2394 - LOT OF 2: CRESSMAN’S COUNSELLOR CIGAR & RICHARDSON ROOT BEER SIGNS. Larger: 29 -1/2” x 11”. Both single sided signs appear to have never been used. These signs have only minor marks. (Excellent - Near Mint). 600 - 1,200

2392 - 1950’S DRINK SKI SODA SELF FRAMED TIN SIGN. 18” Dia. The sign is in great shape with only a few minor marks. Appears to be New Old Stock. This is a nice example. (Excellent Plus). 600 - 1,200

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2395 - SPRITE BUTTON ADVERTISING SIGN. 16”D x 1 -1/2”T. This sign appears to be New Old Stock and shows a graphic of a hand holding a bottle of Sprite. There are a couple tiny marks and some paper residue present which should clean off. This is a great example. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200

2398 - LOT OF 2: LIFT BEVERAGE & BIG GIANT COLA EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGNS. Frame: 12 -1/4” x 24 -1/2”. Both signs are framed without glass. Both signs appear to have never been used; there are only few tiny marks on each sign. This is a great pairing. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200

2396 - PORCELAIN SPRITE BUTTON ADVERTISING SIGN. 16 -1/4” Dia. x 2 - 1/4”. Very clean European button sign with great color and gloss. There are a few small chips on the perimeter. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

2399 - DRINK R-PEP EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. Frame: 36” x 18”. This sign is framed without glass. It has great color and a very clean field, with only a few tiny dings. States “Drink R-Pep 5¢” in bold lettering. The left edge has a shallow bend, and the top and bottom mounting holes have some wear. (Excellent). 600 - 900

2397 - EMBOSSED TIN MOXIE SODA ADVERTISING SIGN. 27 -3/4” x 18 -3/4”. Made by The Donaldson Art Sign Co. The sign has strong color and gloss. There is only some light edge wear with a few rubs and a slim 1” mark above the word “Different”. (Excellent). 750 - 1,500

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2400 - BIRELEY’S BOTTLE CAP TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 29”D x 1 -1/2”T. Sign is made by Press Sign Co. and has very strong colors and gloss. There is a tiny nick on the bottom edge. (Near Mint). 750 - 1,400

2402 - LOT OF 2: RICHARDSON ROOT BEER EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGNS. Each: 23 -1/2” x 8 -1/2”. Both signs are New Old Stock and have only a few light marks. They are identical in design, and declare “Richardson Root Beer Rich In Flavor”. (Near Mint). 500 - 1,000

2401 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED “TRUE FRUIT” & “KIS-ME” ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 18-1/2”L x 12”W. Lot consists of 1- “True Fruit” Soda advertisement of J. Hungerford Smith Co. with a lithograph displaying a pineapple laying on a bed of berries. Copyright 1904, J Hunserford Smith Co.; 1- “Kis-Me” chewing gum advertisement, the artwork featuring a fair skinned woman in red attire, this is an embossed cardboard litho. Copyright 1924, Wolf and Company. Wear is only apparent on the frame.; Both of these signs have preserved their brilliant shades and quality. Housed in a wood frame under glass both in mint condition. (Very Good). 600 - 1,400

2403 - LOT OF 2: RICHARDSON ROOT BEER EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGNS. Each: 23 -1/2” x 8 -1/2”. Lot consists of two identical signs. Both of these signs are New Old Stock and are in fantastic condition. They both have great color and display near mint. (Near Mint). 500 - 1,000

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2404 - TRIPLE AAA ROOT BEER EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. 27 -1/2” x 19 -1/2”. Single sided sign is made by The Stout Sign Co. of St. Louis Missouri. Light edge wear on the right, and a very clean field with strong colors. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2405 - PORCELAIN ROUND DRINK ICEE SIGN. 16 -1/2”D x 2 -1/2”T. This hard to find sign has a few chips in the field and some chipping on the mounting hole tabs. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2406 - FRAMED HIRES “SO REFRESHING” SIGN. 14”T x 10”W. A decadent lithograph, advertising Hires soda pop and reads “Say! Drink Hires So Refreshing” in red lettering. Artwork of a beautiful fair skinned woman is featured at the center, highlighting her blue eyes and floral clad. It is mounted within a green frame. There is light soiling on the field with some visible scratches but the lithograph has a pleasant overall appearance. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 2,000

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2407 - 1930’S LARGE HIRES ROOT BEER CARDBOARD POSTER. Framed: 43 -1/4” x 30”. This fabulous poster is framed behind Plexiglas. It has great colors and a very appealing illustration of a lady in a blue dress enjoying some Hires Root Beer. There are some scattered nicks and light wear. (Very Good Plus). 800 - 1,400

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2408 - EARLY 2-PIECE HIRES METTLACH SYRUP URN & LID. 19 -1/2” x 10 -3/4”. This is a wonderful example of the scarce Hires Ugly Kid dispenser. It comes with a period wooden spigot. There are no chips or noticeable damage. There are some areas of discoloration which are to be expected. This is a museum quality piece that rarely comes up for sale. (Near Mint). 20,000 - 40,000

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2409 - SCARCE HIRES ROOT BEER PITCHER WITH UGLY KID. 8” x 6” x 4”. This is a very hard to find piece of Hires history. It was made by Villeroy & Boch, Germany. It has strong colors on the Ugly Kid design of both sides. There are no chips or other signs of damage. The lid open and closes very smoothly. You would be hard pressed to find a better example of this fantastic pitcher. (Excellent). 10,000 - 20,000

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2410 - HIRES ROOT BEER DIE-CUT EMBOSSED BOTTLE SIGN. 15 - 3/4” x 57 - 1/2”. This sign appears to have never been used. It has day one color and gloss, and no issues. It would be hard to improve on this sign. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 1,500 2411 - HIRES ROOT BEER BOTTLE CAP ADVERTISING SIGN. 35”D x 2”T. Sign appears to have never been used. On the upper left side just below the mounting hole there is a small area of oxidation with some touch up, which is very hard to notice. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,200

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2412 - LARGE FRAMED HIRES ROOT BEER ADVERTISEMENT. 1”L x 60-3/4”W x 37”T. This large lithograph on paper was Made in the USA and has a reference number of BF-3. The colors are still vibrant and you have to look very hard to find a defect. There is a very faint stain in the lower right quadrant of the logo. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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2413 - HIRES ROOT BEER DIE-CUT EASEL BACK SIGN. Framed : 17” x 12 -3/4”. This sign is framed behind glass and is dated 1942. It has strong colors and a great appearance. There is some minor edge and corner wear. (Excellent). 400 - 700 2414 - LOT OF 8: BEVERAGE ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 20”W x 49-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1- die-cut cardboard sign, advertising Kist beverages. Featuring a young boy, holding a bag of groceries and enjoying a bottle of pop. The graphic is by Taylor Lewis. Measuring 50” tall.; 1- metal bottle cap sign, colored in orange with details of white and blue. It reads “Thirsty? Just Whistle” with a graphic of music notes.; 3- paper signs, advertising Welch’s products. They are colored in orange with illustrations of grapes growing around a white fence. One reads “The National Drink” and the other reads “A pure grape spread.”; 1- die-cut sign promoting “Drink Smile” with the graphic of an orange, having the body of a baby.; 1- die-cut advertisement, resembling two oranges and reads “Mission Orange Drink.”; 1- “Enjoy Mission Orange” sign, colored in blue with an illustration of a glass bottle filled with Mission Beverages. Indicating “Naturally Good.”; Each sign displays individual wear but are a great lot together. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500 2415 - KIST SODA BOTTLE CAP ADVERTISING SIGN. 15” Dia. This tin sign has great color and gloss. There is only minor soiling and light marks around the perimeter. Marked “K -98 -6 -59 Made In U.S.A.” on the bottom edge. (Near Mint). 400 - 800

LOT - 2417 2416 - LOT OF 2: LIBERTY & STEARNS’ ROOT BEER KEGS. Larger: 12”D x 14”T. Lot consists of 1 - Liberty Root Beer keg with a great age-cracked surface. It retains its original Multiplex Faucet Co. decal on the side and has strong logos on both sides. There is only minor wear on this keg.; 1 - Stearns’ Root Beer keg. It has a partial original decal on one side. There is some paint loss on the lid. (Very Good Plus). 1,000 - 2,000 2417 - 1910 - 1920’S CHERO COLA LARGE PAPER SIGN. Framed: 28” x 22” Beautifully matted and framed under glass and features strong and bright unfaded colors. Three stronger horizontal fold lines are visible, but overall they detract very little from the piece. The colors and the artwork are stunning. Rated 8.8 to 9.0. (Excellent Plus). 400 - 800

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2418 - LOT OF 2: SUN SPOT & TEXAS PUNCH TIN DOOR PUSHES. Largest: 4” x 11 -1/2”. Lot consists of two signs in excellent condition with only light marks. Including 1 - advertises Sun Spot “Made With Real Orange Juice!”; 1 - advertises “Hello! You’ll Love It Texas Punch”. (Excellent). 300 - 600

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2419 - SUN DROP GOLD-EN COLA TIN DOOR PUSH SIGN. 29” x 5 -1/2” x 1 -3/4”. This is a great unused tin Sun-Drop door push. The front is near mint with almost no wear. The back side has some light soiling. This is a fine example. It does come with a cloth bag of mounting screws. (Near Mint). 300 - 600 2420 - LOT OF 3: COCA-COLA AND DOUBLE COLA CARRYING CASES. Largest: 16 -1/4” x 5 -1/2” x 9”. Lot consists of 1 - Double Cola case with some soiling and general wear on both sides.; 1 - 12 pack Coca-Cola case with 12 full bottles. It is in very good condition with only light wear.; 1 - Coca-Cola six pack case with only light wear. (Very Good). 300 - 600 LOT - 2421

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2421 - GRAND RAPIDS BRUSH CO. ADVERTISEMENT. 27-1/4”L x 22-1/4”W. A patriotic advertising sign featuring graphics of brushes and a woman holding an American flag and a shield. Showing some light age wear. Housed under glass in a wood frame. (Very Good). 1,600 - 2,400 2422 - STORY & CLARK ORGAN CO. ADVERTISEMENT. 31-1/2”L x 23-3/4”W. Showing an excellent early graphic featuring Uncle Sam and Lady Liberty playing a song on an organ. Advertising for Story and Clark’s locations in Chicago, U.S.A. and London, England. Bright and fantastic colors of an iconic american theme. Matted and framed under museum glass. Two small non distracting repairs above the “T”. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,500

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2423 - TRIDENT BULB SIGN. 22”L x 4”W x 80”T. This is a single sided metal cast marquee in the shape of the trident staff, with a yellow facade and red side and back panels. The light bulb sign only has 8 of its original light bulbs but can fit 47. There is heavy paint loss throughout. This is a very cool sign and is a great addition to any collector’s home. (Good). 2,000 - 3,000 2424 - RARE FIVE EMBOSSED CARDBOARD COLLEGE GUIDON FLAGS IN FRAME. 40”L x 18-1/4”W. This framed piece contains five embossed cardboard guidon shaped flags, representing a prestige college from 1909; Columbia, Harvard, Pennsylvania, Princeton and Yale. Each flag exhibits the schools colors, for example Harvard’s is crimson and Princeton’s is orange and black. Additionally, all of the flags depict a beautiful lady. There is different wear on each flag but all in all, this is a phenomenal set. (Very Good). 4,000 - 6,000

2425 - FRAMED OLD SLEEPY EYE TIN ADVERTISEMENT. 26”L x 30”T. A metal sign, advertising Sleepy Eye Flour and is mounted in a wooden frame. Manufactured by N.Y. Metal Works. C. Early 1900’s. Depicted is a Native American Male at the center, exceptionally colored and displays great detail. There is wear to the field of the sign with a slight stain on the top left corner. Has been clear coated at some point. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2426 - 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). 1,000 - 2,000

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2427 - CAST IRON POCKET WATCH ADVERTISING TRADE SIGN. 18” x 25” x 2 -1/2”. This sign has a great classic look with a cast iron watch case and tin dial. The edge of the center dial has a trim of black smaltz paint. Advertises “A. H. Rodgers”. There is some soiling, paint loss and general honest wear. (Very Good Plus). 1,000 - 2,000 2428 - TIN WYANDOTTE ADVERTISEMENT. 28-1/2”L x 39”T. A pressed steel trade marked sign, advertising Wyandotte of the J.B. Ford Company. Highlighting their products such as the detergent and sanitary cleanser. It features a Native American warrior, aiming his bow and arrow. Beautiful color with wear throughout the field and some dents. early 1900’s. Condition will improve with a professional cleaning. (Good). 800 - 2,000

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2429 - LARGE WHOLESALE GROCERY SIGN. 4”L x 146”W x 21-1/2”T. This substantial sign is solid wood, in rustic original condition with all of the splits, dings, and scratches that are the unmistakable marks of time. It is double-sided and has two large eye bolts mounted in the top. (Good). 800 - 2,000 LOT - 2430

2430 - SCARCE BUNNY BREAD “SLOW SCHOOL CROSSING” TIN SIGN. 24” x 35 - 1/2”. This is a single sided tin sign with a strong image and great color. The ears have some bend marks and have also been touched up. There are some scattered paint chips and edge wear. Made by Stout Industries. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500 2431 - EVERYBODY LOVES BUNNY BREAD EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. 54 -1/2” x 18 -1/4”. This sign was made by The Stout Sign Co. It has a very clean field with great color and only a few marks. The edges have a few nicks and rubs. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 2434 2432 - SUNBEAM BREAD GIRL SLOW SCHOOL WOODEN SIGN. 24” x 47”. This sign is double sided with all original paint. There is some edge wear, slight fading and some general wear. It displays well and has a great graphic. (Very Good). 700 - 1,200 2433 - BUNNY BREAD TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 54” x 18”. This large sign has great color and an eye catching illustration. It is single sided. There is some edge wear, marks and some very light spotted oxidation. (Very Good Plus). 600 - 1,200 2434 - LARGE HOSTESS FILLED CUPCAKE ADVERTISING SIGN. 96” x 53”. This sign is made of heavy aluminum and depicts two chocolate Cupcakes wrapped in plastic. It has some shallow bends, soiling and some marks. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400

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2435 - WESTERN UNION PORCELAIN BICYCLE RACK. 32” x 33” x 48”. This is a great double sided porcelain Western Union bicycle rack. The sign has some chips, soiling and discoloration. It does display well despite its issues. These are rather hard to find. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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2436 - BPS PATTERSON SARGENT PAINT DOUBLE SIDED PORCELAIN SIGN. 34” x 24”. Double sided sign is in near mint condition with only the slightest amount of edge wear. Marked “Patterson Sargent Paint Flatlux”. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,750 2437 - FRAMED DR. MORSE’S INDIAN ROOTS PILLS LITHOGRAPH. 24-1/2”L x 27-1/2”T. The Indian Root Pills by Dr. Morse was known to be a pill to help cure the blood and help renew one’s life. The pills and the business thrived through the 19th century and even during the 20th century. This early piece of advertisement, displays a Native American on a horse ready to spear a ferocious bear. There is light wear on the field of the lithograph but is nicely mounted in a wooden frame, though there are some pieces chipped off the trim of frame. A great example of a early cardboard ad with a tin edge surrounding. (Very Good). 600 - 1,500 2438 - CAST IRON POCKET WATCH ADVERTISEMENT. 20” Dia x 26” T. Double sided sign, manufactured in the 19th Century. The cast iron construction is beautifully detailed, advertising for a repair shop in the shape of a pocket watch. There is some paint loss throughout and wear commensurate with age. (Good). 600 - 1,500

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LOT - 2440 LOT - 2439 2439 - CROWN DIAMOND PAINTS PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 19 -3/4” Dia. x 2”. This double sided Canadian sign was made by P&M Signs. It retains its original cast aluminum ring for hanging. One side is rather clean while the other has a few chips. (Very Good Plus). 700 - 1,200 2440 - TIN MONTANA THE PALACE HOTEL FRAMED SIGN. 12-1/4”L x 30-1/4”W. Framed is a tin embossed sign for The Palace Hotel in Missoula, Montana. “Comfortable Rooms $1.00 And Up.” Painted in black with yellow lettering. In near mint condition, this is a great sign. One of best and most colorful tin embossed Montana signs. (Very Good). 700 - 1,500 2441 - GAGE BROTHERS & CO. STORE ADVERTISEMENT. 32-3/4”L x 26-3/4”W. Advertising for “millinery, straw goods and notions, ladies furnishing and fancy goods” as well as “hats and bonnets”. Showing an assortment of available hats and the store located at the corner of Wabash Ave. and Madison St. in Chicago, Illinois. Lithograph by Shober & Carqueville, Litho Co. Chicago. Circa 1877. (Excellent). 800 - 2,000

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LOT - 2442 2442 - LARGE DIAMOND - WATCHES PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 94” x 17 -1/4”. This sign has great color and original gloss and is mounted to wood. It was made by Burdick, Chicago. There are a couple chips in the field. Two of the bottom mounting holes have some metal loss, as well as the hole in the top left area. The sign still displays well despite these issues. (Very Good Plus). 1,500 - 2,500 2443 - KING BROS. SIDE SHOW MONGO THE PINHEAD CANVAS BANNER. Framed: 66” x 42” x 2 -1/4” . This banner is framed behind Plexiglas. There is some soiling, cracks in the paint, and general wear. The banner displays well and would sit well in any circus or side show collection. (Very Good Plus). 1,000 - 2,000 LOT - 2443

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LOT - 2444 2444 - TOP VALUE STAMPS SCHOOL ZONE SIGN. 24”D x 59”T. A great piece with two signs mounted back to back. Great colors and gloss on both sides, and only very light wear. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,500 2445 - HEINZ KETCHUP 3 SHEET LITHOGRAPHED ADVERTISING POSTER. Framed: 86 -1/2” x 44 -3/4” x 1”. This wonderful classic poster for Heinz Ketchup is framed behind Plexiglas. The colors are strong and the poster is very clean. Shows Tartan-wearing Scotsmen rushing to a store front marked “Heinz”. There are only a few marks and a couple small closed tears on the edge. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 LOT - 2445

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2446 - THE PINGREE COMPANY FINE SHOES ADVERTISING MIRROR. 29”L x 45”W. Reverse glass store display with mother of pearl, foil, and gold details. Housed in a quartersawn oak frame with round finials, showing one advertisement panel and one mirror panel. Glass is free from chips or cracks and the finials are loose. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000

2447 - ORMSBY COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 1899 DISTRICT FAIR POSTER. 32”L x 25”W. Carson City, Nev. presents the Ormsby County Agricultural Society 1899 District Fair in this amazing poster, created by The Calvert Litho. Co. of Detroit. The graphic illustrates men racing on bikes and a cheering crowd to promote the “Grand Bicycle Tournament.” There are some areas of discoloration but it is beautifully housed in a wood frame. (Excellent). 4,000 - 6,000

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2448 - CURRIER & IVES “ACROSS THE CONTINENT” LITHOGRAPH. Framed: 27” x 35”. This is a great hand colored lithograph by F.F. Palmer. It was made by Currier & Ives. The lithograph shows a steam railroad train going west through an active settlement. It has great color with some light foxing and soiling. (Excellent Plus). 30,000 - 50,000

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2449 - LOUISVILLE REAL ESTATE & DEVELOPMENT CO. ADVERTISING POSTER. 1”L x 28-1/4”W x 4-1/2”T. Advertisement for public auction of lots of land held in Lewisburg, KY featuring Uncle Sam and monkey graphics with bold block lettering. Copyright D.C. Clarke, 1915. Matted and housed in a frame, under glass. Showing only a few spots of discoloration to the top. (Excellent). 4,000 - 6,000

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2450 - THE MAGIC WASHER ADVERTISING POSTER WITH UNCLE SAM. Framed: 31 -3/4” x 24 -1/4” . This is a fantastic, early poster for The Magic Washer from LOT - 2451 Dixon, Illinois. It is titled “The Chinese must go!” and is framed behind glass. It shows Uncle Sam kicking a Chinese man while holding a bottle of Magic Washer in one hand and in the other holding a banner that says “To all whom it may concern hereafter. No family will be without Magic Washer”. The poster was made by Shober & Carqueville Lith. Co Chicago. There are a few fold lines on the right section of the poster and a 1” area on the middle right that has a tiny layer of paper missing. In the upper right section above the word “Washer” there are some numbers and some letters jotted down on the paper. It appears to be done in pen and pencil and is about an 1-1/2” in size. The issues mentioned are very minor and do not affect the beauty of this piece. This is a fine example of early American advertising. (Very Good Plus). 2,500 - 5,000

2451 - GRAND INTERSTATE COMPETIVIVE DRILL BROADSIDE ADVERTISING POSTER. 32-1/4”L x 14”W. Advertisement for drill by the United States National Guard at St. Louis Fair Grounds July 1-7, 1895 with a Grand Sham Battle July 4th involving 2000 soldiers. Print details the activities of each day. Matted and framed under glass. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500 2452 - STANTON’S MODERN TOURIST HOME LIGHT UP TRADE SIGN. 39 -1/4” x 9” x 24”. This is a great hand-made double sided wooden sign. The sign retains its original removable tin hood and under the hood and embedded in the sign are four porcelain sockets which hold light bulbs. The sign lights up and has a great primitive look. Both sides have nice crazing in the paint. There is soiling, some paint loss and general wear to this sign, which is to be expected. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,500

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2453 - 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). 1,000 - 2,000 2454 - FRAMED 4TH OF JULY LEADVILLE BROADSIDE POSTER. 29”L x 15-1/4”W. Advertising 4th Of July in Leadville, Colo. a “Day Of Great Events” - “Have A Good Time in Leadville”. There is a graphic of an American Eagle standing on top of a shield and patriotic colors are displayed throughout. Traces of light wear is present on the field. Housed in a gilt frame, behind glass. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500

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2455 - J.W. DAVIDSON & CO. GREAT LIQUIDATION SALE PAPER ADVERTISEMENT. 25-1/2”L x 20-1/4”W. Showing “The White House” department store at the Northwest corner of Kearny and Post Streets in San Francisco California. C. 1870. Matted and framed under glass, this newspaper or magazine advertisement is rather thin and showing some text through from the other side. Nice condition for its age. (Very Good). 800 - 1,200 2456 - ADAM HATS PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 48” x 12” x 3”. This is constructed just like a neon sign with porcelain panels surrounding a can. It also has original hangers. One side has been painted over with “Van’s Apparel Shop”. If one would like, this would be easy to strip off. The colors are good on the sign. There are scattered chips and soiling. (Very Good Plus). 1,000 - 2,000

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2457 - FRAME DIE-CUT “THE FIRST AMERICAN PAINT MAKER” SIGN. 27-1/2”L x 32”T. This is a die-cut metal sign, advertising the company Devoe Paints & Varnishes. Depicting a Native American male, kneeling next to a river with some paint and brushes. It is a highly detailed graphic with exceptional use of color. There are scratches to the field with some paint loss due to oxidation. Mounted in a nice wooden frame with inner Victorian motif trim. (Good). 700 - 1,500

2459 - SWEET-ORR OVERALLS SINGLE SIDED PORCELAIN SIGN. 27” x 9 -1/2”. Sign shows a graphic of workers pulling at a shirt and advertises “Sweet-Orr Job-tested For Strength Pants Overalls Shirts”. The field is mint with no issues. The edges have three tiny chips with touch up that could easily be removed if one desires. This is a very nice example. (Excellent Plus). 700 - 1,500

2458 - FRAMED THE AMERICAN WRINGER CO. TIN SIGN. 11-3/4”L x 16”W. An early heavily embossed tin litho sign by the Horse Shoe Brand, advertising the American Wringer Co. with a clear depiction of the Universal clothes wringer. “Warranted For 3 Years.” There is some wear and minimal surface scratches on the field but still retains its vibrant hues and gloss. Great early look. (Good). 700 - 1,500

2460 - FRAMED BRADLEY’S SUPER PHOSPHATE FERTILIZER ADVERTISEMENT. 29-1/2”L x 33-1/2”T. This is an excellent example of early banner cloth advertising. The sign reads “Bradley’s Super Phosphate” “Manufactured by Bradley Fertilizer Co, Boston.” The advertisement depicts a Native American standing in a field of crops, displaying maize grown with phosphate and without. “Standard Guaranteed”. Nicely detailed in black, red and gold, paired with a matching wooden frame. There is light wear on the field, the edges of the print are a little crinkled and there are slight wood chips off of the frame. (Very Good). 600 - 1,500

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2461 - GOLDEN GUERNSEY MILK LITHOGRAPH ADVERTISING POSTER. Framed: 41 -1/4” x 31 -1/2” x 1”. This large poster is framed behind glass and was made by Forbes Boston. It has great graphics and presents well. It has some soiling on the top section, as well as some mild wrinkling. (Very Good Plus). 600 - 1,000 2462 - SCARCE DOUGLAS GROCERY & COLONIAL BREAD 3 WAY SIGN. 26 -3/4” x 10 -1/2” x 1”. One side of the sign has a Colonial Bread cardboard insert which has moderate soiling, edge wear and one added hole. On the other side there is a row of metal slats which have Colonial Bread advertising on both sides. If one looks straight at the sign, Douglas Grocery advertised. If one looks from the left or right of the slats the Colonial Bread advertising is seen. The metal slats have some oxidation and paint loss but still display well. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

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2463 - PORCELAIN NO SPITTING SUBWAY SIGN. 18” x 5”. This sign is single sided and was made by “Balto. Enamel & Nov. Co.” There are minor chips on the top and bottom center mounting holes. The colors are very strong and unfaded. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2464 - DOUBLE SIDED BUNNY BREAD AISLE MARKER SIGN. 30” x 22”. This sign is made of Masonite and is in great shape. It is meant to be hung in an aisle of a grocery store. The hanging sign which says “Cookies” has some damage on the bottom mounting hole. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000 2465 - OPTICIAN’S FRAME FITTING CHART. 16-3/4”L x 24-3/4”W. Geneva Optical Co., Publishers printed this reference chart for frame fitting. “Showing Perfect and Imperfect Adjustment of Eyeglasses and Spectacles” Copyrighted, 1898, By G. L. Kyle. Pictured is eight different styles of frames, standard fits and awkward fits, featuring a stern faced female at the center. Professionally framed. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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2466 - PRESIDENT BRACES SUSPENDERS ADVERTISEMENT. 36-1/4”L x 28-1/2”W. Reading “Without A Rival” and showing a brunette woman with wonderful bright red poinsettias. Retaining excellent color with little to no wear. Housed in an elaborate frame under glass. Great image. (Excellent). 500 - 1,500 2467 - ST. BERNARD MINING CO. ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH. 1”L x 26”W x 37-1/4”T. The St. Bernard Mining Co. of Louisville, Kentucky was founded in 1870 and had this lovely advertisement produced. Advertised as “dealers in all kinds of Coal and Coke”, a rare and odd combination. It is a lithograph on canvas, in nice original condition with some minor cracking and flaking, mainly around the perimeter. The oak frame is highlighted by the opening’s golden bead detail and has anti-glare glass. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,200 2468 - GLOVE ADVERTISING TRADE SIGN WITH BRACKET. 5 -1/2” x 13”. The three dimensional glove is formed out of composite. It says “Gloves $1.00” on each side of the hanging glove model. Includes a cast iron hanger. (Very Good). 500 - 900

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2469 - TRUE’S PAINT PRODUCTS ADVERTISING NEON CLOCK. 16-1/2” Dia. A round Neon Products Inc. clock, advertising True’s Paint Products. The acrylic face has a yellow circular border with neon behind it, black lettering and an interior decal. In nice original condition with some paint loss to the edge and front surface scratches. (Good). 400 - 1,200 2470 - 45TH REUNION OF THE OREGON PIONEER ASSOCIATION BROADSIDE. 42”L x 15-3/4”W. An early, original broadside for the Oregon Pioneer Association welcoming Indian War Veterans for the 45th reunion in 1917. Indicating the location, time, program and activities. Printed by F.W. Baltes And Company. There is some staining on the poster with creases down the center. (Good). 400 - 800

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2471 - BROUWER’S SHOES CHILDREN’S RIDE. 13-1/4”L x 30-1/2”W x 21-1/2”T. This advertising piece is in the shape of a wooden red bird where the child sits and bounces by virtue of the bent steel bar that is stabilized on the floor by wood brackets. Part of a Red Goose Shoes display. Original condition with wear commensurate with time and use. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

2473 - LOT OF 2: NEWARK FAIR ADVERTISING POSTERS. Each Frame: 23” x 33”. Lot consists of two Newark Fair advertising posters from 1911. They were made by The Donaldson Litho Co. The poster with the Horse Buggy race has some moderate wear on the left edge and a tape repair on the top center. The other poster has some light general wear. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400

2472 - COLE BROS. CIRCUS BOXING HORSES SIGN. 29 - 1/4” x 44 - 1/4”. This sign is cardboard and framed without glass. It features a graphic of the famous “Boxing Horses”. There is some soiling and scuff marks with an added hole in the top center. (Very Good). 300 - 600

2474 - MURINE CURES EYES ADVERTISING POSTER. 28”L x 24”W. Professionally framed is the advertised Murine Cures Eyes poster, an eye tonic. “Makes Weak Eyes Strong.” - “It Soothes Eye Pain.” The graphic displays a lovely lady, dropping some of the elixir into her eye. The color is exceptional with little to no wear present. Age unknown. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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2475 - MOTHER GOOSE PARTY LINEN SIGN. Framed: 32 -1/2” x 23 -1/2” x 1”. This sign is framed behind glass and shows old Mother Goose holding a basked in which are two eggs labeled “Baby Bunting” and Tom Thumb”. It is lithographed linen. There is some soiling and a few fold marks. It has a very early look. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2476 - FIBERGLASS HAT FORM ADVERTISING TRADE SIGN. 18” x 12” x 15”. Sign comes hanging from a newer bracket. On both sides of the hat is written “Hats $3.00”. The hat has some edge wear and some soiling with a few paint nicks. (Very Good Plus). 500 - 900 2477 - SPARKS PERFECT HEALTH PORCELAIN TRAY. 11-3/4”L x 4-1/2”T. A white porcelain tray, advertising Sparks Perfect Health “For Kidney and Liver Diseases.” By Robt. H. Payne, Porcelain Show Cards of Camden, New Jersey. Featuring a portrait of a somber woman, titled “Mrs. Cleveland.” In near perfect condition. (Very Good). 700 - 1,200

2478 - FRAMED “A.H. REYNOLDS BUTTER, EGGS AND CANNED GOODS” ADVERTISEMENT. 30-1/2”W x 26”T. Framed lithograph advertising “A.H. Reynolds Butter, Eggs and Canned Goods” printed on the top left corner. Depicted is a beautiful fair skinned woman with floral decoration in her hair, she is holding a tambourine and exudes a very happy smile. There is some wear on the field of the litho such as scratches and a tear on the bottom right corner. (Good). 500 - 1,000 2479 - JEWELRY WATCH REPAIRING PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 18” x 20”. Double sided hanging porcelain sign with rather clean fields depicting a pocket watch. The edges have some light wear. The sign comes with an unoriginal metal bracket for hanging. (Excellent). 750 - 1,500

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2480 - LOT OF 3: PUBLIC TELEPHONE, BARBER SHOP & CATTLE RAISERS SIGNS. Largest: 24 -1/4” x 12” x 1 -1/2”. Lot consists of 1 - Public Telephone porcelain flange sign in mint condition with no issues.; 1 - Barber Shop porcelain flange sign with a small bend on the bottom section of the actual flange which also has chipping.; 1 - Cattle Raisers sign with a few chips in the field and on the edges. (Very Good - Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2481 - DIAMOND DYES ADVERTISING DISPLAY CASE. 24 -1/2” x 15 -1/4” x 8 -1/2” . This dye cabinet has an embossed tin front and back panels which are in excellent condition. They are only a few rubs and a few marks. The colors are very strong. The top of the case has been reinforced with some screws. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

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2482 - PERFECTION COOLING ROOM REVERSE GLASS ADVERTISING SIGN. 18” x 12”. This is a very nice, beveled edge, reverse glass sign advertising for Perfection Cooling Room. A cooling room was a large walk-in cooler mostly found in butcher shops. There is some tape residue on the face of the sign that will clean off. The reverse has some mirror loss, mainly on the edges. This sign would benefit from a professional framing and would possibly clean to a better grade. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 354

2483 - LOT OF 2: DESSERT SIGNS. 1”L x 26”W x 49”T. Lot consists of 1- sign made from a sheet of acrylic and cut out in the shape of an icy frozen drink and hand painted to attract hot and thirsty customers. It is reinforced on the back by a weathered, wood board.; 1- a hand painted ice cream cone on 1/2” plywood. This is also in original condition with dents, scratches and touch-up paint. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,200

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2484 - LARGE TOM’S PEANUTS AND CANDY EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. 45” x 93 -1/2”. Made by AM Sign Co. The colors and graphics are both strong. Advertises three different products for Tom’s. The field has some dings, rubs and some scrapes. The edges have oxidation in some areas, as well as metal loss on the right upper edge. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 2485 - GOODRICH GUIDE POST SAFETY FIRST PORCELAIN SIGN. 20”D. Single sided porcelain, circa 1920. The sign has edge chips, some light scuff marks and wear around the center mounting holes. (Very Good). 700 - 1,400 2486 - ALKA SELTZER FOLD UP SIGN WITH SANTA CLAUSE. Framed: 48 -1/4” x 43 -1/4” x 3/4”. This sign is framed behind glass. It was done by Walt Otto and made by Forbes Boston. It has some wear to the edges with a few rubs and added pin holes in the field. (Very Good). 700 - 1,500

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2487 - FRAMED UNITED STATES ARMY RECRUITING SERVICE BROADSIDE POSTER. 41-3/4”L x 31-3/4”W. The United States Army Recruiting Service advertises, “Wanted • For The United States Army Able-Bodied Men Of Good Character.” “A Splendid Chance To See The World.” The poster lists in detail why one should join from the places they will see, to the pay. The artwork is by H. A. Ogden and is split into two, illustrating men dressed in different uniform. There is light wear throughout but it is pleasantly placed in a black frame. (Good - Very Good). 1,200 - 2,000 2488 - M.J. HARRINGTON JEWELER NEON SIGN. 66” x 11 -1/2” x 37”. This sign is painted tin. It does have original applied metal strips on the top and bottom. There is some paint loss, nicks and soiling, but the sign still displays quite well. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,500 2489 - LOT OF 3: CALVERT LITHOGRAPHING CO. ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 15-1/2”L x 12-1/2”T. Lot consists of three early advertisements, including 1 - showing a moose with a few folds to the paper; 1 - showing a buffalo and is free from condition issues; 1 - showing Pegasus with a small tear at one side. Each reading “We Make Perfect Labels” and “The Model Shop”. Housed in matching frames, matted and under glass. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000

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2490 - CALIFORNIA 1898 STATE FAIR ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH. 45-3/4”L x 31-1/2”W. A beautiful advertising poster of the California 1898 State Fair, featuring exquisite colors and graphics. There is floral decor throughout the poster with a depiction of horses and a crowd enjoying the show. By Lith. H. S. Crocker Co.. It also reads “Excursion Rates On All Railroads.” - “Grand Musical Concerts By the California Exposition Band.” A very rare piece, possibly the only one known. There is minimal wear along the crease folds. (Very Good - Excellent). 10,000 - 15,000

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2491 - STARIN’S GLEN ISLAND “DAILY EXCURSIONS” ADVERTISEMENT. 30-1/2”L x 24-1/2”T. Advertising “The Place To Spend A Pleasant Day” in Starin’s Glen Island with many things to offer such as a line of boats and a clambake. This is a beautiful sign with a great graphic and exceptional color. There is a crease down the horizontal center with light areas of wear but it is protected in a nice frame, under glass. (Good - Very Good). 4,000 - 6,000

2493 - O.B. COOK & CO. JANUARY 1908 ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 25”L x 17-1/2”W. Advertising calendar for O.B. Cook & Co. “Sole Proprietors of The Famous Olco Rye” in Detroit, Michigan. The date card displays the month of January in 1908 and features an illustration of three young ladies, hiding behind a tree near a lake. The wear is most visible along the edge of the print. (Good - Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500

2492 - J.E. FOX SAW WORKS LION ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 31”L x 26-3/4”T. Showing an iconic image of a lion, this lithograph is an advertisement for J.E. Fox of Seattle and reads “We Want The ‘Lions Share’ Of Your Patronage.” Retaining the original metal hanging strips at the top and bottom and currently showing the January 1906 date pad. Housed under museum glass in a black and red frame. Super image with some minimal creasing. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,000

2494 - FRAMED SEITER BROS. JANUARY 1897 ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 30”L x 25-3/4”W. Embossed die-cut advertising calendar with bands, “Compliments of Seiter Bros. Importers and Wholesale... Liquor Merchants.” The exceptional graphic features four elegant maidens, each wearing a different shade and compliments the entirety of the sign. The date card displays January of 1897. Paired with a gold painted frame. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500

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2495 - LOT OF 3: CHARTER OAK RANGES CALENDAR ADVERTISEMENTS. 11-1/2”L x 36”T. Lot consists of three framed calendar displays, each with four months and together showing a complete 12 month set. Each calendar has a colorful graphic of a female figure in a different outfit. Housed in matching wood frames, these are ready to be displayed. (Excellent). 2,000 - 3,000

2497 - 1886 HIRSHLER’S CLOTHING HOUSE CALENDAR FROM POTTSVILLE PA. Framed : 27 -1/2” x 21 -1/2”. This calendar is framed behind glass. It was made by Wolf & Co. It retains its top and bottom metal strips. The calendar has some foxing, soiling and a couple of paper nicks. This is in remarkable condition considering its age. (Very Good Plus). 700 - 1,400

2496 - VICTORIAN ADVERTISING CALENDAR HELENA MT. 21-1/4”L x 25-1/2”W. Featuring an image of five Victorian girls, each in a different color dress with matching shoes, holding a pair of long-handled lorgnette spectacles. Currently displaying the February 1904 date pad. Showing some age wear and staining, especially to the top and left sides. Framed and under glass. Original brass plates attached to original frame read “J Schweitzer 120 Main St Helena Montana”. The delightful dresses that the ladies are wearing have some of the original gold glitter still in tact. (Good). 1,500 - 2,000

2498 - THE BEST BAKING CO. DIE-CUT ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 17-1/4”L x 14-1/4”W. 1896 calendar showing a family enjoying breakfast, reading “No meal complete without the Best Baking Co’s celebrated milk bread.” Housed in a frame under glass, there is some damage to the paper frame backing. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 2499 - HAROLD’S CLUB RENO PIN UP ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 18”L x 15”W. Featuring Bradshaw Crandell’s 1946 “Rose Of The Ranch” cowgirl print. Showing a complete date pad with cover intact. Matted and framed under glass, this piece is ready for display. This calendar does show some age wear. Copyright by The Gerlach Barklow Co. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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2500 - GUSTAV A. BODE ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 26”L x 19”W. Advertisement for a manufacturer of “soda water flavors, colors, and mineral water salts” offering “bottlers, supplies, boxes, and syphons” as well. Showing the January 1901 date pad. Showing minor wear throughout. Framed under museum glass. Goes Lithographing Co., Chicago. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2501 - 1950 HAROLD’S CLUB RENO PIN UP ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 16-1/4”L x 11-1/2”W. Featuring Joyce Ballantyne’s 1947 “Quick On The Draw” gambling cowgirl print with a full 1950 date pad. Housed in a frame and under glass. Showing some age wear. (Very Good). 400 - 600 2502 - ELLIS MOTORS 1951 ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 33-3/4”L x 16-1/4”W. A stunning graphic of a bare woman, playing solitaire on a beach is displayed on this Ellis Motors advertising calendar by Embree-Hesse Studios. Showing the months October, November and December of 1951. Advertising “Sales & Service.” There are areas of wear, some visible ridges and the nice green frame is slightly coming apart on the top left corner. Made in the USA by Western Litho Co, Los Angeles. (Good). 500 - 800 360

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2503 - J & P COATS’ SPOOL COTTON 1892 CALENDAR DISPLAY. 26”L x 27-1/2”W. A complete set of 12 date pads, each showing a unique scene with three African American children. Each scene depicts an activity relevant to a particular month’s holiday or common activity, many humorous in nature. Housed in a decorative wood frame and under glass. Showing great graphics and some fading to the January card. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2504 - UNITED STATES FIDELITY FRAMED ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 21 - 1/2” x 30”. This calendar is professionally framed behind glass. It is dated 1899, and has very strong colors with great graphics. There are some light fold marks visible, as well as a couple of tiny touch ups which are very hard to see. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200 2505 - REINKOBER & RAU SODA WATER ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 25-1/4”L x 21-1/4”W. This poster is framed behind museum glass encased in a hand made oak frame. The colors are very vibrant and unfaded. This wonderful image of beautiful bathing beauties is a fine example of early advertising at its best. Some tiny imperfections that are non-distracting. This is a very fine example. Retains original metal bands top and bottom and a full original calendar pad dated 1906. Has the “WOW” factor. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000

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2506 - THE STANDARD ADVERTISING CO. JANUARY 1898 CALENDAR. 18-1/4”L x 10-3/4”W. Tin litho and paper advertising calendar, displaying the January 1898 date card. The tin boasts The Standard Advertising Company, illustrating their success through the growth of their buildings over time, beginning at 1889 to 1896. Reading “Advertising Specialties. Lithograph Signs.” Lightly worn but the colors retain its vivid quality. A very rare item, believed to be one of a kind. There is some taping to the backside. (Good - Very Good). 6,000 - 10,000 2507 - LOT OF 4: THE CHICAGO & ALTON RAILWAY CO. ADVERTISING CALENDARS. 18-1/2”L x 13-1/2”W x 13-3/4”T. A complete set for 1904 showing the “Cow Boy Girl” in four different illustrations. Excellent condition with tears to the holes at the top of the March through June calendar. Housed in matching wood frames, these are ready for display. (Very Good - Excellent). 1,500 - 2,500 2508 - KNOLL & PRICHARD FISHMONGER ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 20-1/2”L x 14-1/4”W. Advertisement for Washington Market New York fish dealers Knoll and Prichard, featuring the wonderful image of two fisherman wearing suits in a small boat. The list of products include oysters, clams, scallops, frogs, turtles, lobsters, shrimp and crabs. Showing the January 1889 date pad. Litho by Stahl & Jafgen. Retaining the original metal hanging strips. Housed under museum glass in a black frame. A delightful image that is sure to catch the eye of any high grade collector. (Very Good). 1,500 - 3,000

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LOT - 2510 2509 - LOT OF 3: GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY ADVERTISING CALENDARS. Largest: 34-1/2”L x 17”W. Lot consists of three “Route Of The Empire Builder” advertisements, each showing Native American artwork and housed under glass in a matching frame. Including 1 - 1936; 1 - 1939; 1 - 1940;. All three calendars are on the last page of the date pad, showing December, November, and January of the following year. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,500 2510 - LOT OF 3: THE UNITED STATES PRINTING COMPANY ADVERTISING CALENDARS. 19”L x 15”W. Lot consists of 1 - February 1894 calendar showing a roaring tiger and the National Card Factory No. 5. Measuring...; 1 - July 1894 calendar with cherubs holding the U.S. Playing Card trademark ace. Measuring...; 1 - October 1891 calendar for The Russell & Morgan Printing Co. showing the trademark ace with chrysanthemums in the background. Measuring... Each housed under glass in a wood frame and showing little to no wear. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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LOT - 2511 2511 - BUTTE BOTTLERS’ SUPPLY CO., INC. JANUARY 1938 ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 24-1/2”W x 34”T. The date card displays January of 1938, advertising Butte Bottlers’ Supply Co., Inc. “Beverages Of All Kinds.” The artwork is by Rolf Armstrong, titled “Good Evening” and features a beautiful woman with her two dogs. The calendar is immaculate. Mint condition, and one of the rarer Butte Montana ads. The color combination on this piece makes the “Pop” factor even more evident. A stand out piece in any collection. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2512 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED PRINTS. 20”L x 17”W. Lot consists of 1- “New Illustrated Atlas Of Dutchess County” advertisement for the Reading Publishing House, also offering “Maps & Atlases” as well as “Historical Works & Charts.” The print is Copyrighted 1876 by O.W. Gray & Sons.; 1- Bloom & Godley advertising calendar, manufactures of Bedding, Lounges and Silver King Bed Spring Mattresses. The date card displays January of 1892.; Both prints exhibit small traces of wear. (Good - Very Good). 700 - 1,300

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2513 - LOT OF 2: EARLY ADVERTISING CALENDARS. Largest: 13-1/4”L x 11”W. Lot consists of 1 - double sided Yager’s Sarsaparilla With Celery advertisement in a blue frame. Showing a drummer boy and each month of the year 1900. With some discoloration and wear to the frame. Measuring...; 1 - Hill’s Cascara Bromide Quinine “B.Q. Tablets” advertising calendar showing a dog saving a girl from a train. With complete 1900 date pad. Measuring... (Good - Very Good). 600 - 1,000 2514 - LOT OF 2: HAROLD’S CLUB RENO PIN UP ADVERTISING CALENDARS. 15-1/2”L x 10-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1 - with a photo of a blonde woman titled “Strip Poker”, showing a complete 1953 date pad.; 1 - with a pinup illustration of a blonde woman covering herself with a pair of oversized playing cards, showing the July 1955 date pad. Some discoloration is present throughout. Both are housed in metal frames under glass. (Very Good). 600 - 1,000 2515 - LOT OF 2: HAROLD’S CLUB RENO PIN UP ADVERTISING CALENDARS. Largest: 15-3/4”L x 11-1/4”T. Lot consists of 1 - With artwork by Zoe Mozert and a full 1956 calendar.; 1 - With artwork by Arnold Armitage entitled “Wanna Play?” and a full 1954 calendar. Both are housed under glass in a metal frame and feature images of women playing cards. Showing light wear to the frames. (Excellent). 600 - 1,000 2516 - LOT OF 2: PIN UP ADVERTISING CALENDARS. 25-1/4”L x 17-1/4”W. Lot consists of 1 - Advertising for Golden Bank Club Casino “The Hub of Fun in Reno, Nevada” showing a nude woman seated within a black background. Displaying the January 1955 date pad. Measuring...; 1 - Advertising for U.O. Colson Company displaying the January 1937 date pad. Measuring ... Both advertisements are housed in a frame under glass. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

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2517 - J.A. (SLIM) EWING PIN UP ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 34-3/4”L x 18”W. Featuring artwork titled “Alluring” by M. Bron, this piece shows a January 1941 calendar. An advertisement for coin-operated amusement machines, phonographs, and novelties in Bakersfield, California. Housed in a frame under glass. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2518 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED EARLY BIRD ADVERTISING CALENDARS. 20-3/4”L x 18”W. Lot comprises of 1- gilt advertising calendar, “Compliments of Levinson & Straus” and displays the month of July from 1907.; 1- Al’s Market advertising calendar with the date card of February 1908, “Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish and Poultry.”; Both of these prints illustrate beautiful birds surrounded by floral decor. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 2519 - LOT OF 2: HAROLD’S CLUB RENO PIN UP ADVERTISING CALENDARS. 16-1/2”L x 12”W. Lot consists of 1 - “In Reno It’s Harolds Club” calendar retaining a complete 1960 date pad and showing an illustration of a woman with a twirling skirt. Some wear to the bottom corners of the advertisement. Measuring ...; 1 “Amazingly Different” calendar with a complete 1962 date pad and showing a color photo by Peter Gowland. Measuring... Both are housed in a metal frame, under glass. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 900 364

LOT - 2521 2520 - MARILYN MONROE MONARCH THEATRE SUPPLY, INC. ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 26-1/2”L x 13-1/4”W. This advertising calendar features the famous sex icon, Marilyn Monroe with the picture titled “Golden Dreams.” The sign endorses the Monarch Theatre Supply, Inc. “Your Independent Supply Dealer” and displays the month of January, 1953. Wear is commensurate with age, showing many creases. (Good). 500 - 800 2521 - J. A. “SLIM” EWING JANUARY 1942 ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 35-1/2”L x 18-1/4”T. Beautiful advertising calendar with the date card displaying January of 1942. The graphic renders a beautiful woman wearing a red rose, titled Rosalie with the artists signature, William Roynton. The calendar promotes J. A. “Slim” Ewing Coin Operated Machines Phonographs And Novelties. There are some ridges throughout the print but the color remains bright. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 2524 2522 - BROOKS EQUIPMENT COMPANY PIN UP ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 47-1/2”L x 25-1/2”W. Showing the January 1945 date pad and featuring artwork of a nude woman and a dove titled “The Enchantress” by Zoe Mozert. Housed in a wood frame under glass. San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle and Portland are all represented on this mid century piece. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000 2523 - MARILYN MONROE TROPHY BAR ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 13”L x 20”T. A Trophy Bar advertising calendar with the date card reading January of 1957, featuring a posed Marilyn Monroe- titled Golden Dreams. The famous sex icon’s bare physique is covered in green and blue drawn clothing. In frame with indications of light wear and a long piece of taped, stretched across the top. (Good). 500 - 800

LOT - 2525 2524 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED CIGAR SIGN & ADVERTISING CALENDARS. Largest: 17-3/4”W x 22-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1- A pleasantly simple lithograph of the word “Ivy” wrapped in an ivy wreath, advertising a “5¢ Cigar”. The sign illustrates bright and inviting colors, accentuating the inner Victorian motif frame that has been painted gold but shows nonspecific brushes of red paint throughout. Minor wood chipping to frame is apparent along the inner top surface where the frame and lithograph meet.; 1- Two advertising calendars in one frame, mounted in wood. The left pictures Theodore Roosevelt and the right calendar pictures Admiral Dewey. Both display the dates cards, January of 1899. The lithos appear slightly aged but are nicely kept behind glass. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200 2525 - LOT OF 2: HAROLD’S CLUB RENO PIN UP ADVERTISING CALENDARS. Largest: 15-1/2”L x 11”W. Lot consists of 1 - 1961 advertisement featuring a photo of Maureen Arthur, the “star of Harolds Club Gay 90s Revue” with photo by Peter Gowland. Housed under glass in a simple white frame.; 1 - 1963 advertisement featuring artwork by Mel Mathewson showing a beautiful blonde woman reading “I Want To Quit Winners” by Harold S. Smith, Sr., the founder of Harolds Club. Both frames show light wear with no condition issues to note on the ads themselves and retaining complete date pads, currently showing January. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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2528 - BALTIMORE AMERICAN 1906 REFERENCE CALENDAR. 24-1/4”L x 19”W. Depicted in this phenomenal lithograph is the Baltimore American building with a smaller illustration of the old building, on fire. “In The Very Heart Of Baltmore.” Advertised by the Maryland Litho Co. from the Daily American. Featuring the 12 months of the calendar year and reference information such liquid and cubic measurements. There are sections of minimal wear and 6 areas of left over tape marks. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

LOT - 2529 2526 - SANITARY BEVERAGE CO. ADVERTISING PIN UP ART CALENDAR. 23-1/2”L x 11-3/4”T. Showing artwork by Irene Patten titled “The Lady In Red” with a 1938 calendar showing the January date pad. Showing some wear to the date pad and frame but retaining nice condition through the advertisement. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2527 - R.F. SEDGLEY INC. ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 30-3/4”L x 16-1/2”W. Showing January, February, and March 1938 date pads with images of gas and signal guns, a police club, and two gas fountain pens. Advertisement for Sedgley’s, established 1897, manufacturers of sporting and military guns, machine guns, and offered wholesale repairing and refinishing. Matted and framed under glass. (Very Good). 400 - 600 366

2529 - FRED LARNEY CO. JANUARY 1944 ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 31-1/2”L x 16-3/4”W. Framed advertising calendar with the date card showing January of 1944 and exhibits the lithograph titled “The Favorite Model,” a happy woman baring her nude physique. Fred Larney Co. advertises Art calendars and ad novelties, “Advertising doesn’t cost, It Pays.” Light sections of soiling with some wear to the frame. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2530 - LOT OF 2: WRIGLEY’S 1912 & 1913 JANUARY ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 10-1/2”L x 11-1/4”W. Lot consists of two similar advertising calendars, both displaying the month of January but from 1912 and 1913. The print is an example of what Wrigley’s can offer, three different designs and “12 Monthly Pads.” With artwork of a happy family or a small portrait. Overall, both advertising calendars are in great shape but there is a noticeable crease close to the center on both prints with minimal wear. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2533

LOT - 2534 2531 - RENO NEVADA SADDLERY CO. ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 20-3/4”W x 28-1/2”T. A calendar illustrated by R. Farrington Elwell titled “Equal to the Emergency” showing how the Bools and Butler Saddle holds up to the test in this western scene. Retains its original metal hanging band at top and the December page. Housed in a nice period oak frame with gold liner. Strong color and graphics and overall very good. Glass has been replaced and is intact. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2532 - DR. SIMMONS SQUAW VINE WINE JANUARY 1910 ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 15”L x 9-1/4”T. A lovely framed January 1910 date card, advertising Dr. Simmons Squaw Vine Wine, “Cures Suffering Women” and “Liver Medicine for a Lazy Liver.” With beautiful artwork of a Native American maiden, picking flowers. Small traces of soiling throughout. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800 2533 - PUTNAM, DAVIS & CO. ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 20-1/4”L x 14-3/4”W. 1897 calendar displaying the January date pad and an image of a ledger. Reads “Blank Books, Lithography, Stationary and Printing.” Showing light edge darkening and some creasing to the calendar portion. Matted and framed under glass. (Very Good). 300 - 500 2534 - LOT OF 10: CUT-OUT RCA VICTOR RECORDS STAND UP SIGNS. Each : 20 -1/2” x 7 -3/4”. Lot consists of ten cardboard cut-out stand up signs from RCA Records. Included in this lot is Tex Beneke, Betty Rhodes, Wayne King, Tommy Dorsey, Freddy Martin, Sammy Kaye, Charlie Spivak, Perry Como, Vaughn Monroe and Erskine Hawkins. These stand ups are unused and in near mint condition with only a couple of them showing signs of wear. (Near Mint). 1,200 - 2,000

LOT - 2535 2535 - SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT ELECTION ADVERTISEMENT. 22-3/4”L x 14-3/4”W. An advertising poster asking citizens to “Vote Yes For Charter Amendment 23 - Giving the members of the San Francisco Police Department a living wage”. Dated November 2, 1920 with artwork by Dan Sweeney showing an officer pulling a little girl out of harm’s way. Housed in a frame under glass. Some areas of touch up present but overall a great graphic piece. (Excellent). 1,000 - 1,500

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LOT - 2538 2536 - LOT OF 6: ADVERTISING TRAYS. Largest: 5”W x 6-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1- Ohio Art advertising tray, The World Of Toys and home of the world famous Etch A Sketch. The tray is painted white with a graphic of the building from an aerial stand point.; 1- Eversweet Perspiration Deodorant advertising tray, “A Dainty Toilet Necessity For Refined People”. With die-cut edges and a graphic of a woman, dressed in sheer clad.; 1- Rockford High-Grade Watches advertising tray, For Sale By W.B. McCullow. Also with die-cut edges, pictured is a woman in a green dress, sitting next to a tree.; 1Woodward’s advertising tray, selling real butter scotch and pure sugar stick candy. The illustration is of Mr. And Mrs. Jean Bregant, the lightest weight and best proportioned little couple in the world. Made by John G. Woodward.; 1- Steland Signs advertising tray, compliments of Passaic Metal Ware Company. Pictured is a portrait of a woman, titled Clare and the home of Steland Signs, a large building.; 1- “Quick Meal” Ranges advertising sign, rendering a group of birds trying to catch a bee.; Each advertising tray displays minor to moderate individual wear but are in superb condition overall. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 2,000

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2537 - LOT OF 5: ADVERTING TRAYS. Largest: 6” Dia. Lot consists of five early tin litho advertising trays. Including 1- Moxie Soda tray, reading “I Like It” and pictured is Moxie girl enjoying a glass.; 1- National Cigar Stands Co. tray with an illustration of a woman, dressed in pink clad with flowers in her hair. The tray also lists all the cigar brands owned by the company such as La Idalia and El Solano.; 1- Green Stamps Trading advertising tray by Chas W. Shonk Co. Litho.; 1- The Enterprise Manufacturing Co. advertising tray for Enterprise Meat and Food Choppers. Illustrated is the meat grinder affixed to the end of a table.; 1- Terre Haute Brewing Co. advertising change tray for Ever Welcome Beer. Pictured is a group cherubs pouring a drink for a Victorianesque crowd around the dinner table.; Each tray displays individual wear, some paint loss around the edge and some surface scratches within the field. Overall, they make a great grouping. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 2,000 2538 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED PRINTS. Largest: 12-3/4”L x 23-1/4”W. Lot consists of 1- “Golden Opportunities” by R. M. Weaver, Stock Bonds with a black and white portrait of a stern businessman. Detailed in red and white with a money bag graphic. Dated from 1903-1906. ; 1- Oxford Flakes advertising sign, “Delicate Delicious Digestive” made by Oxford Pure Food Co., Limited. Pictured is a young lady, preparing three bowls. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,200

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LOT - 2540

LOT - 2541

2539 - DR. MORSE’S INDIAN ROOT PILLS DISPLAY. Largest: 42” x 27”. This is a very good condition three piece window or countertop display for Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills. It was made by John Igelstroem Co. Massillon, Ohio. The graphics are wonderful and the colors are strong and unfaded. Light wear on the corners. (Excellent). 800 - 1,600 2540 - OCEAN LADY “TIE TO PACKARD CABLE” LITHO SIGN. 25-1/2”L x 18-1/2”W. An early original advertisement with the lithograph featuring a lady in a stunning red dress sitting on a pillar in the middle of the ocean, reading “Tie To Packard Cable”. Housed in a wood frame, the sign shows a stain across the top. (Good). 700 - 1,200

LOT - 2542

2541 - BIG BOY METAL FIGURAL STATUE. 29” x 12” x 41 -1/2”. This statue only has light general wear. It displays well and has mounting tabs on the base. (Excellent). 700 - 1,400 2542 - 1917 2ND LIBERTY LOAN SIGN WITH UNCLE SAM. 30” x 20” x 1”. This poster is framed behind glass. It was made by Illinois Litho Co. Chicago. It has great colors and graphic. There is a 1” closed tear on the top center and a few small wrinkles on the top left corner. (Very Good Plus). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 2546

2543 - TEDDY ROOSEVELT, TEDDY BEARS TEXTILE LITHOGRAPH. Framed: 24” x 24”. Framed behind glass, this is most likely made by Schwab & Wolf. Piece has great colors with only minor wear. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2544 - LOT OF 2: MONTANA SIGNS. Largest: 16-1/2”L x 19-1/2”W. Lot consists of 1- reverse glass “Smoke Montana Sport” - “The Cigar of Quality” advertising sign, by the Garnier Cigar Co. Makers.; 1- metal City Cab Co. sign of Butte, Mont. and reads “Rain Or Shine Use The Grey Line.”; Both signs are in superb condition. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2545 - LOT OF 2: PROSTITUTION AREA AND EMERGENCY FIRST AID SIGNS. Larger: 30” x 18”. Lot consists of 1 Prostitution area warning sign made of heavy aluminum with a reflective surface. It is in near mint condition with no issues.; 1 Very clean single sided Emergency First Aid porcelain sign from The American Red Cross. It is near mint condition as well. (Near Mint). 600 - 1,000

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LOT - 2547 2546 - LOT OF 2: HUDSON COAL & JEWEL COAL PORCELAIN SIGNS. Larger: 12” x 12”. Lot consists of two signs in near mint condition that appear to have never been used. The colors are as nice as one would hope to find. The Jewel sign has some very light edge wear on the bottom. (Near Mint). 750 - 1,250 2547 - NORTHERN LIGHT LODGE WOODEN ADVERTISING SIGN. 49 -1/2” x 25 -1/2”. Sign is believed to have come out of Ohio. Single sided design with cut out applied wooden letters has a great look. Some soiling, paint nicks and some paint loss. There are also a few chips in the wood. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

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LOT - 2548 2548 - FRAMED OUT WEST PRINTING & STATIONERY CO. ADVERTISEMENT. 24-1/2”L x 29”T. A framed litho, advertising the Old West Printing & Stationery Co., reading “Older than the State” and “Always up to Date”. “Colorado Springs”. At the center is an illustration of a Native American Male overlooking a mountain top. The print is in nice condition but there some water markings along the bottom left and right edge. The frame is lightly worn. A small bras grommet at top of ad for hanging. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,200

LOT - 2549

2549 - DIE-CUT J. E. POWER COMPANY, INC. CARDBOARD SIGN. 30”L x 26”W. Advertised in this stunning die-cut cardboard sign is J. E. Power Company, Inc. “Wholesale Dealers In Cigars, Candies and Soda Water.” Located in Missoula, Montana. Featured is a beautiful portrait of a lovely woman, surrounded by pink floral decoration. There are some regions of discoloration and wear but it is protected within a scrolled frame. A unique size die cut with great Montana appeal. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,500 2550 - EVERYBODY’S HAND SOAP LITHOGRAPH POSTER. Framed: 43 -3/4” x 29 -3/4” x 3/4”. The poster is framed without glass. It has fantastic colors and a great, bold graphic. There is some minor soiling and wrinkles on the bottom section of the poster. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2551 - LOT OF 7: RED GOOSE & BUSTER BROWN ADVERTISING ITEMS. Largest 1-3/4”L x 21”W x 17”T. Lot consists of 1 - Framed image of Buster Brown and Tige in a store front promotion. C. 1900.; 1 - Red Goose Shoes single side steel sign. Made for Mullins Hardware, Kentucky. 20”W x 10”T. Light scratches and a slight corner bend.; 1 - Red Goose Shoes, Famous School Shoes embossed counter display, plastic and cardboard, some edge chipping.; 1 - Buster Brown Advertising Mirror, ceramic holder on bottom secured with tape.; 1 - Red Goose Shoes, double sided steel sign, six mounting holes punched, light scratches and oxidation.; 1 - Red Goose Shoes figural goose. Painted solid plaster, 11-1/2” tall, some paint chipping.; 1 - Buster Brown Shoes Artillery Toy, olive drab pressed steel, 12” long. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 800

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2552 - LOT OF 2: ADVERTISING SIGN AND PENDENT. Largest: 3”L x 6-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1- The Brunswick Bale Collender Co. shield shaped pendent. Double sided cast iron, displaying wear and has a beaded chain.; 1- Single sided glass “Drink Old Jordan Bourbon”. Embossed milk glass with blue details and a chain trim. Great smalls. (Very Good Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2553 - GREAT AMERICAN INSURANCE CO. PORCELAIN THERMOMETER. 7” x 27”. This thermometer appears to have never been used. It has a very clean field and areas around the mounting holes, which are usually chipped, are also clean. There are a few marks on the outside edge only. (Near Mint). 500 - 900

LOT - 2555

2554 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED SLEEPY EYE MILLING CO. SIGNS. Largest 26-1/2”L x 30-1/2”T. Lot consists of 2 identical Sleepy Eye Milling Co. advertisements, both in frames. Each lithograph reads “Strong Bakers” and depicts the Old Sleepy Eye Chief at the center. 1- is in a larger frame and color appears dull with Old Sleepy Eye in black and white. There are also crease markings throughout. 26-1/2” L x 30-1/2” T.; 1- is in better condition. The colors appear more vibrant and there are little indications of wear. 23-1/2” W x 24” T. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

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2555 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED NATIVE AMERICAN ADVERTISING TINS. Largest 27-1/2”L x 30”T. Lot consists of 2 framed advertising tins with a Native American motif. 1- advertises Weiland’s Extra Pale Lager, “A Western Product.” The circular tin features a lovely Indian woman with long black hair in traditional clad and a three feathered headband. Wear throughout with indications of paint loss. 26”L x 30”T.; 1- advertises “Imported and Domestic Wines and Liquors” The rectangular tin features a beautiful Indian woman, also with long black hair with beaded features. There is general wear with scratches to the tin around the edges. 27-1/2”L x 30”T. (Good). 400 - 1,200

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LOT - 2558

LOT - 2559

2556 - LOT OF ASSORTED BLACK AMERICANA ADVERTISING. Largest: 15” x 11 -3/4”. Lot consists of 1 - Black Americana mug which shows a stereotypical black man on the front. It was made in England and is in excellent condition.; 14 - Black Americana trade cards.; 1 Book entitled “Plantation Sketches” which is in very good condition and dates to the late 1800’s. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800 2557 - SIEGEL COOPER CO. DEPARTMENT STORE CHRISTMAS ADVERTISEMENT. 26-1/4”L x 36-1/4”W. A holiday poster advertising for the second Siegel Cooper Co. location. Bordered by holly and wreaths, the ad describes the enormous selection of “goods suitable for Christmas presents.” At the time of its opening in 1896, the New York location which is shown here was the largest in the world. Matted and framed under glass with creases across the middle from being folded. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2558 - FRAMED HOOD’S ROYAL OAK BOOTS ADVERTISEMENT. 15-1/4”L x 10-3/4”W. Offered is a sign advertising Hood’s Royal Oak Boots pictured on the right side, “Try Them And You Will See Why They Are The Best”. By The H. D. Beach Co.. and shows some wear on the field, most noticeable on the left side. A nice tin embossed sign with superb graphics. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2559 - BORDEN’S DAIRY PRODUCTS ADVERTISING SIGN. 40 -3/4” x 22 -1/2” x 3/4”. The sign is framed behind glass. It has great colors and fun graphics. There are some rubs and a few marks on the sign but it still displays very well. (Very Good). 400 - 800

LOT - 2560 2560 - LOT OF 2: RAT ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 11”L x 7-1/2”W x 9-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1- Victor Rat Traps advertising box, manufactured by the Animal Trap Company of America “since 1848” and contains original rat traps. The graphic is of Pied Piper luring a group of dancing rats, copyrighted 1946. There is age related wear throughout such as faint color and creases. 11”L x 7-1/2”W x 9-1/2”T.; 1- figural paper-mache rat with “Rodine Roul’s Rats” inscribed on the body. Super cool set for any insecticide or country store collection. 8”L x 3”W x 2-1/2”T. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 2563

2561 - LOT OF 2: HAIR RENEWER ADVERTISING POSTER AND FOREPAUGH SHOW BROADSIDE. Largest: 8-1/4”W x 29-1/2”T. Lot consists 1- Hall’s Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, “And your thin Gray Locks will thicken up and be restored to their youthful color and beauty.” By R. P. Hall & Co. Proprietors. The 19th Century litho displays a woman with long black hair, dressed in a red gown.; 1- Adam Forepaugh’s “New And Greatest All Feature Show” broadside poster with graphics of an elephant rough housing with three clowns and a black stallion walking on a tight rope.; Both ads display age related wear but are nicely kept in frames. (Good). 400 - 800 2562 - 1960’S PLASTIC MR. PEANUT PARADE COSTUME. 46” x 19” x 15 -3/4”. The costume has some soiling and light wear. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2563 - EARLY YELLOW CAB PHONE BOX. 14-1/2” x 10-1/4” x 27-1/4”. This telephone box is made of wood with a tin top. Includes a candle stick phone inside in fair condition. There is some period graffiti on the front of the box. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2564 - RED GOOSE SHOES CHILDREN’S SCOOTER. 20”L x 8-1/2”W x 15-3/4”T. Hand painted lettering on both sides of this solid wood goose with functional steering. The wheels are steel with remnants of the hard tires. The body is painted red, advertising Red Goose Shoes in yellow lettering. Wear throughout, commensurate with age. (Very Good). 400 - 800 374

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LOT - 2565

2565 - FRAMED SANTA CATALINA ISLAND ADVERTISEMENT. 22-1/4”L x 12”W. Offering an early Cadmus Press advertisement of Santa Catalina Island, promoting the many things to do there such as “Camp Life” - a “World Famous Fishing Resort” and “The Famous Santa Catalina Marine Band” with real-life photos to follow. To this day Catalina Island remains a popular destination for vacation. The poster shows indications of crease marks from multiple folds but is in good overall condition, mounted within a frame. (Very Good). 400 - 600

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LOT - 2567

2566 - FRAMED THE SUNDAY JOURNAL ADVERTISEMENT. 25-1/2”L x 19-3/4”W. The Sunday Journal advertisement, “Beg Pardon! Have You Ordered Next Sunday’s Journal?” - “...Costing A Mere... Three Cents.” The artwork by Ky. Mayer, depicts a woman sitting on a pillar in the ocean along side a colorful crustacean. There is light tear on the right side. Housed in a nice wooden frame, under glass. H.A. Thomas B.C. Wylie Lith Co of New York. (Excellent). 400 - 800

LOT - 2568

2567 - LOT OF 2: TIN “FOR SALE” SIGNS. Largest: 11”L x 29”W. Lot consists of 1- tin “For Sale” sign, also reading “Butte Land and Inv. Co. 19 West Granite Street.” It is painted in red with white details, housed in a black frame.; 1- tin “For Sale” sign, reading “E.D. Elderkin Pennsylvania Block” - “Real Estate” and “Fire Insurance” by the National Sign Co. of Dayton, Ohio. Painted blue with white details, in a black frame. Both are in near mint condition and heavily embossed. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2568 - FRAMED MEDICAL & SURGICAL SUPPLY SIGN. 1-1/2”L x 37”W x 17-1/4”T. This glass sign, set in black reads “Medical & Surgical Supplies Prescription Department” in gold foiled lettering. On the bottom right corner, it is inscribed “LAMPE.” The sign is nicely mounted in a wood frame with two top hooks for hanging. There is some wear on the field of the sign and the frame is slightly weathered. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 1,200

LOT - 2569

2569 - HYDE & CO. FIREWORKS ADVERTISING PAPER SIGN. Framed : 45 -1/4” x 32 -1/4”. This is an early advertising sign for Hyde & Co. Fireworks which were from Lowell, Massachusetts. There are fold lines present with some paper chips. There is also some soiling and general wear. Sign is framed behind Plexiglas and presents very well. (Very Good Plus). 400 - 800 2570 - GOOD NA-BOR STORES TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 35 -1/2” x 24 -1/2”. This sign is dated 1964. It has moderate soiling, pitting marks and scrapes. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 700

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LOT - 2571

LOT - 2573

2571 - DRIVE SAFELY SCHOOL ZONE WOODEN SIGN. 35 -3/4” x 47 -1/2”. This sign has very vibrant colors and shows a police man holding up his hand and a posted speed limit of 15 miles per hour in the school zone. It is in near mint condition with no issues. Exact age unknown. (Near Mint). 400 - 700 2572 - NIAGARA WALL BOARD ADVERTISING FLANGE SIGN. 17 -3/4” x 13 -1/2” x 1 -3/4”. Both sides of this flange sign have very little wear; there are only a few scattered marks. The flange section has some paint nicks and marks. (Very Good Plus). 400 - 800 2573 - LEE RIDERS DOUBLE SIDED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 17 -3/4” Dia. Made by Stout Industries and marked so on the bottom borders. This is a very clean sign which shows graphics of a cowboy on a bucking bronco and has only a few marks on each side. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2574 - WONDER ENRICHED BREAD EMBOSSED TIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 37” x 25”. Sign has great color and gloss with a few marks in the field. There is one vertical band mark in the center. Sign displays great. (Excellent). 400 - 800 376

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LOT - 2575

LOT - 2576

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2575 - SCHOOL DRIVE SLOWLY TIN SIGN. 22”D x 62”T. The policeman sits on top of a cast iron base. There is moderate wear, with marks and paint loss on the head area, and soiling and scrapes on the rest of the sign. (Good - Very Good). 700 - 1,500 2576 - SCHOOL ZONE STOP SIGN TIN SIGN. 22”D x 60 -1/2”T. The policeman sits on a reproduction Coca-Cola base. The sign has oxidation, scrapes and soiling present. (Good). 700 - 1,500

2577 - LIPTON’S TEA TIN ADVERTISING SIGN STORE DISPLAY. 13-3/4”L x 3-3/4”W x 20-3/4”T. Double sided, die-cut sign with a cutout at the center for display of a tea bag, currently showing a spool of thread. Showing edge wear and slight oxidation to both sides. Still a great country store display that becomes harder and harder to come by. (Good). 500 - 1,000 2578 - DOUBLE SIDED WOODEN BREAKFAST SIGN. 22”D x 49 -1/4”T. This sign appears to be a painted over Coca-Cola sign. It has some soiling, paint chips and some marks in the fields. The base is missing two support brackets but it still stand up well. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2579 - WOODEN SCHOOL CROSS WALK GIRL SIGN. 22 -3/4” x 48”. This single sided wooden sign has good colors and only minor wear. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2580 - CLAUSSEN’S BREAD SLOW SCHOOL ZONE GIRL SIGN. 17 -1/2” x 48”. This sign has been repainted and has applied vinyl letters. There are only a few rubs on this sign. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2581

2581 - SCARCE SCHOOL SLOW YELLOW CROSSING PORCELAIN BUTTON SIGN. 24”D x 3”T. This sign has moderate chips in the field and edge. Perfect for hanging in your garage. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2582 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED NATIVE AMERICAN FEMALE LITHOGRAPHS. Largest 22”L x 37”T. Lot consists of two framed lithographs featuring Native American females. 1- Madison Cigar Manufacturing Co. advertisement. In fine condition with light wear throughout. 22” L x 37” T.; 1- M.K. Goetz Brewing Co. advertisement, also reading “1910 Greetings”. There are crease markings, most visible along the left side of the lithograph. 26-1/2” L x 30-1/2” T.; Both of these advertisements depict beautiful Native American females, wearing traditional clad. The use of color is brilliant and is all around a good pair. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 1,200 LOT - 2582

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LOT - 2584 2583 - LOT OF 4: FRAMED NATIVE AMERICAN PRINTS. Largest 22”W x 22”T. Lot consists of 4 framed Native American prints. 1Buttermilk Toilet Soap advertisement, also reading “For Complexion Toilet & Bath”. Depicts an Indian woman, in a canoe. 15-1/2”W x 19-1/2” T.; 1- Colorful print of an Indian woman, dressed in traditional Native American clad surrounded by a floral border. 22”W x 22”T.; 1- Small framed print, illustrating Native American men on their noble steeds, rounding up a herd of wild horses. 22-1/2”W x 16-1/2” T.; 1- Maclin Zimmer Tobacco Co. advertisement, the print features a fierce Indian female warrior with great graphics. 14”W x 16”T.; One of the frames for the lot displays scratches but altogether, this is a great grouping.

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There is only light wear on the field of the prints. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 800 2584 - FRAMED CHIPPEWA SALT THE OHIO SALT CO. ADVERTISEMENT. 63”L x 27-1/2”T. This print advertises Chippewa Salt of The Ohio Salt Co., “All Grades” - “Look For The Indian”. Brilliant use of color with a cool Native American graphic. C. 1930’s. Wear is present throughout the field with noticeable crease markings and light soiling around the edges and corners. Some fading has occurred over the years. (Good). 300 - 1,200

2585 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED LITHOGRAPHS. Each 24”W x 30”T. Lot consists of 2 lithographs, mounted in identical wooden frames with elegant trim. 1- Depicts a fair skinned woman, dressed in red and white clad with brown voluminous hair. Highlighting her green and gilt head scarf and hazel colored eyes.; 1- Similar rendering but the woman has features of a red scarf and blue colored eyes.; The prints appear to be in nice condition with light wear on the field. From the Collection of Gary Johnson. (Very Good). 300 - 1,500

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2586 - SAMUEL LANCE DIE CUT ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH IN FRAME. 1”L x 12-1/2”W x 16-1/2”T. Advertisement for Samuel Lance of Western Nebraska, a “dealer in Farm Machinery and Vehicles, Cream Separators, Etc., Defiance Plows”. Showing a Victorian woman with a lovely floral border. Behind glass in a wood frame. From the Collection of Gary Johnson. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 800

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2587 - PAIR OF LEVI STRAUSS STORE DISPLAY JEANS. 70” x 45”. An oversized pair of blue denim “Saddleman Boot Jeans” by Levi Strauss & Co. of San Francisco, CA. With remnants of the size label showing a length of 45. Circa 1970s. (Excellent). 300 - 700 2588 - LOT OF 4: ROOSEVELT BEAR ADVERTISING TIP TRAYS. Each: 5” x 3 -1/4”. Lot consists of four trays in very nice condition with great graphics. (Excellent). 300 - 600

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2589 - CHICAGO WORLD’S FAIR 1893 STONEWARE MUG. 4 - 3/4” x 4 - 1/4”. This is a nice mug with strong design and color. The bottom of the handle has a tiny chip. (Excellent). 300 - 600 2590 - LOT OF 8: ASSORTED ADVERTISING TRADE CARDS, MAGAZINE & CALENDAR. Largest: 12 - 3/4” x 10”. Lot consists of 2 - Burdock Blood Bitters trade cards in great shape.; 3 - Bells Buffalo Soap trade cards in great shape as well.; 1 - Royal Baking Powder Co. booklet in near mint condition.; 1 - Complete Armour’s Army & Navy Art Calendar.; 1 - Very unique 1898 The Pharmaceutical Era Magazine, which has numerous advertisements including one for Coca-Cola. (Very Good - Near Mint). 300 - 600 2591 - J.R. HEWITT SADDLE, HARNESS, AND TRUNK MAKER ADVERTISEMENT. 18-1/4”L x 12-1/2”W. Advertising for J.R. Hewitt, “Saddle, Harness and Trunk Maker, and Dealer in Valises, Carpet-Bags, Whips, & C.” Showing the location at the corner of Main and E. Bridge Streets in Springfield, Mass. Matted and framed under glass. Showing discoloration to the edges. (Very Good). 300 - 500

2592 - COLLINS & CO. “THE AXES OF THE WORLD ARE COLLINS” ADVERTISEMENT. 28-1/4”L x 18”W. Advertising for axes, boasting “The Best is the Cheapest” while showing two sides of the globe and an axe. Collins and Company Hartford, CONN, U.S.A.. Matted and framed under glass. (Excellent). 300 - 800 2593 - GULF ANTI FREEZE ANIMATED STORE DISPLAY. 44 -1/2” x 26” x 26”. Advertising automaton with a sign that reads “Introducing Gulf Cold-Flo Defeats Jack Frost” featuring a flamboyantly dressed Jack Frost figure with a black eye. A cleverly designed attention grabber in which a mirror below the table hides a can of Gulf’s ColdFlo Antifreeze. Marked July 9, 1946. Item motor turns on when plugged in. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,500 2594 - EARLY CAST IRON SHOO-FLY FAN. 5”L x 5-1/4”W x 39”T. A late 19th Century, shoo-fly fan with an ornate mechanical cast iron base. Whether it was for a picnic or at home, the device was set on a table and the fans rotate to deter fly’s away. The blades height and angle can be adjusted. The base displays a nice copper flash finish and the blades have a fantastic appearance. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 800

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LOT - 2598 2595 - LOT OF 7: BULLDOG PRODUCTS. Largest 7”L x 10-1/2”W x 5-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1 - Figural bulldog sculpture, brass, for the Enterprise Parlor Furniture Co. of Chicago.; 1 2 Boxes of Bull Dog Friction Tape.; 1 - Box of Bull Dog Bottle Caps.; 1 -3 Boxes of Bull Dog Jar Rubbers. (Good). 300 - 800 2596 - LOT OF 2: POLL PARROT SHOES ADVERTISING. Largest 3/4”L x 14-3/4”W x 26-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1 - Figural Parrot. Probably solid plaster, but the paint job is still in perfect condition so it is hard to tell.; 1 - Reverse On Glass Advertisement in its original frame. Cardboard backing has water damage and has degraded the top of the graphics. Great color. (Very Good). 300 - 800 2597 - 1908 TAFT-SHERMAN GRAND OLD PARTY TIP TRAY. 4” Dia. This 1908 tray depicts Republican presidential candidate William Howard Taft and his running mate, James Sherman. Tray has only a few nicks around the edge and has great color and gloss. (Excellent). 300 - 600 2598 - LOT OF 2: WRIGLEY’S GUM & WINCHESTER SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION BOXES. Larger: 19 -1/4” x 11 -3/4” x 8”. Lot consists of two boxes, both empty and in good condition. Including 1 - Winchester Repeating Arms Co. box that held “Small Arms Ammunition Loaded Shot Shells”.; 1 - Wrigley’s Doublemint Chewing Gum box that held 36/24 Package Boxes and has damage to one top corner. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 600

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LOT - 2600 2599 - LOT OF 2: UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS ADVERTISING LITHO. 1”L x 18-1/2”W x 22-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1- No. 5 Underwood Typewriter, the most successful typewriter manufactured by the company. Its design became the standard design throughout the early 1900’s for all typewriters well into the 1960’s. It has a black cast iron body with a black QWERTY keyboard and a few gold details.; 1- This lithograph on paper is remarkable for the draftsmanship of the typewriter, in addition to being a nice illustration. The lithograph has some waviness and cracking. It has been framed behind glass and an oval matte. From the Collection of Gary Johnson. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2600 - LOT OF 5: FOUR DOGS AND A BUFFALO FIGURINE. Largest: 4-3/4”L x 2-1/4”W x 4”T. Lot consists of 1- Husky Refining Company figurine with a copper finish and rests on a wood base.; 1Bulldog figurine, showing some paint wear.; 1- cast metal dog, sniffing his posterior labeled Butte Montana.; 1- Scottish Yorkie figurine with a dark gold finish.; 1- cast iron buffalo, very small in size. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600

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LOT - 2604

LOT - 2603 2601 - LOT OF 2: TIN MONTANA SIGNS. Largest: 11-1/4”L x 15-1/4”W. Lot consists of 1- embossed tin Anaconda Products Co. advertising sign, “Bottlers Of Ginger Ale and Soda Waters.” The sign is marked by The Crown Cork And Seal Co. of Baltimore. There are indications of paint chips and minor wear along the top edge but the sign retains its vibrant quality.; 1- embossed tin The Hub advertising sign, “Clothes, Hats & Shoes” of Great Falls, Montana. By The Donker & Williams Co. in Chicago. In great condition with only two visible very slight non offensive scratches on the field. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 800 2602 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 13-1/4”L x 34”T. Lot consists of 1- 1921 Pompeian Beauty Panel advertisement, reading “Absence Cannot Hearts Divide.” With a sincere signature from Marguerite Clark. The rendering displays the famous silent film actress, wearing pink clad and is holding a letter addressed to her. Many of her films are now lost today. Copyrighted by Pompeian Co. and created by The Forbes Litho. Mfg. Co. 13-1/4”L x 34”T.; 1- Stickney & Poor’s Mustards, Spices and Extracts. “Yours For Purity And Strength.” Pictured is a little girl, dressed in red outerwear and a hat, matching the undertones of her eyes. There is visible wear on the left corner. 21”L x 26”T. (Very Good - Excellent). 300 - 700 2603 - KING ARTHUR SHOES ADVERTISING PAPER SIGN. 35 -1/2” x 23 -3/4”. This sign is framed without glass in a wooden frame. The sign is affixed to a piece of wood and has a great look with only a few marks. (Very Good Plus). 300 - 600 2604 - LOT OF 2: COUNTY OF SHASTA & WESTMINSTER SECURITY PORCELAIN SIGNS. Larger: 16 -1/4” x 10 -3/4”. Lot consists of two single sided porcelain signs in near mint condition with great color and gloss. Including 1 - Westminster Security sign with one small chip on a mounting hole.; 1 - County of Shasta sign that says “Official Use Only” and shows an image of a dam and a lake. (Near Mint). 500 - 1,000 2605 - WOOD SCHOOL CROSS WALK SIGN. 20” x 46 -1/4”. This sign has moderate edge wear with soiling as well as some wood chips. (Good). 300 - 600 LOT - 2605

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2606 - BUS STOP REQUEST PORCELAIN FLANGE SIGN. 18” x 3” x 15 -1/2”. English origin. There are two holes on the backside of the sign for mounting on a bracket. There is some fading in the colors, a few chips, and some damage to the front edge of the sign. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2607 - CAST IRON BUS STOP SIGN ON BASE. 18”D x 71”T. The sign has been repainted. There are a few marks and rubs on the sign. (Very Good Plus). 300 - 600 LOT - 2606

2608 - KIDS WANTED ALIVE POLE SIGN. 10”D x 44 -3/4”T. The sign has a reflective surface. It has some general wear. The base has some marks and oxidation present. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2609 - LIONS INTERNATIONAL CLUB PORCELAIN SIGN. 30 -1/4”D x 2 -1/4”T. This is a very clean single sided porcelain sign with original cast iron ring. There are only a few marks and some light soiling which should clean off. (Excellent Plus). 300 - 600 2610 - LOCAL BURNSIDE ROLLING TROLLEY OR BUS SIGN. 22 -3/4” x 12 -1/4” x 5 -1/2”. A great looking display piece from Chicago. Moderate oxidation and paint loss on the metal case. (Very Good). 300 - 600

2611 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED LITHOGRAPHS. Largest 22-1/2” W x 28-1/2” T. Lot consists of 1“Compliments of WM. Lewis & Co. San Francisco.” advertisement, “Manufacturers of High Grade Cigars.” Pictured at the center is a fair skinned woman, dressed in elegant Edwardian clad and is surrounded by blue floral decor. There are multiple creases and wear on the field as well as two instances of torn out pieces. It is mounted within a frame, also showing wear. 22-1/2”W x 28-1/2”T.; 1- “On The Way to J.D. Longshore Music House” advertisement, featuring two lovely ladies and their pup riding along the countryside. Nice use of color but the litho appears to have crease marks and little tears. 22-1/2”W x 28-1/2”T. From the Collection of Gary Johnson. (Good). 200 - 700 2612 - LOT OF 5: FRAMED PRINTS. Largest: 26-1/2”L x 20-1/2”T. Lot consists of a set of 5 different prints in frames. 1- Pictured is a three story building with a clock tower, surrounded by greenery and a crowd of people. The lithograph is titled Long Branch Grade School.; 2Rock-Ola slot machine advertisements, detailed in orange and black. There are various graphics of slot machines offered by the company and their prices.; 1- Horse lithograph, depicting different illustrations of a horse derby from the race to the cheering crowd.; 1- framed licenses, including one for gambling. (Good). 200 - 400

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2613 - USED OK CARS SIGN. 3”L x 25”W x 26-1/2”T. Single sided pressed sheet metal sign, advertising Used OK Cars Authorized Dealer. Colored in yellow with details of blue and red. There is some wear on the field and the frame has moderately oxidized. This sign uses an upper and lower interior light. (Good - Very Good). 200 - 400 2614 - LOT OF 4: NATIVE AMERICAN ADVERTISING TIN CANS. Largest 6-1/2”Dia. x 11”T. Lot consists of 4 advertising tin cans. 1- Modoc Brand Green Gage Plums in a yellow tin can. 4-1/4”W x 4-1/2”T.; 1- Chief Cup And Saucer Coffee Compound in a larger red tin can. With some bent edges at the top. 6-1/2”Dia x 11”T.; 1- Shamokin Packing Co. Pure Lard Open Kettle Rendered in a light blue tin bucket. 7-1/2”Dia x 8-1/2”T.; 1- Chippewa Evaporated Milk in a creme tin can. With two holes pierced at the top. 3”Dia x 11”T.; Each item displays wear throughout. (Fair - Good). 100 - 300

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LOT - 2612

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LOT - 2616

LOT - 2615 2615 - U.S. NAVY RECRUITMENT POSTER. 1-1/2”L x 27-1/2”W x 40-1/4”T. This lithograph on paper is a recruitment poster for the U.S. Navy. The lower left quadrant has a signature in pen that reads “To Bob Exum U.S. Navy / Bernice N. Tongate, USN. 1917” and was apparently acquired from the woman modeling in the litho. However, we cannot authenticate or provide COA’s for this signature. The paper has fold lines separating the poster into eighths. Protected behind glass and in an oak frame. From the Collection of Gary Johnson. (Very Good). 800 - 1,600 2616 - UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD HOOVER DAM & LAKE MEAD TRAVEL POSTER. 33-1/2”L x 26”W. Advertisement for boating, fishing, and swimming at Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam by way of the Union Pacific Railroad. Excellent color and graphics showing a group of people boating on the lake. Poster has some mild discoloration along the edge showing the dam. Housed under glass in a simple black frame, ready for display. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500 2617 - 4TH OF JULY EXCURSIONS BROADSIDE ADVERTISING POSTER. 32-1/4”L x 14”W. Showing a humorous, culturally insensitive image of an Asian man holding fireworks and a group of three white men shooting guns into the ground or air behind. Advertisement for cheap excursions via St. Louis & San Fransisco Railways, for return July 5th, 1895. Printed by Woodward & Tiernan Printing Co., St. Louis, MO. Showing some staining along the upper edge. Matted and framed, under glass. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500 386

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LOT - 2618

2618 - THE GREAT SOUTHERN FREIGHT AND PASSENGER LINE ADVERTISEMENT. 29-1/2”L x 21”W. Advertising poster for steam ship travel from New York to Savannah, GA with connection to the Central Rail Road of Georgia, the GA & FLA Inland Steamboat Co., Atlantic & Gulf Rail Road, and Steamer San Jacinto. Connecting passengers on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays to destinations in Nassau, N.P Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Havana. Showing a “City Of Macon” steamer. Steamships used were provided by the Ocean Steam Ship Co.. Dated January 1st 1878. Nicely framed, matted, and under glass. (Excellent). 3,000 - 4,000

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2619 - MARATHON TIRES TIN LITHOGRAPH ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed : 29” x 22 -1/4”. This great sign is shadow box framed behind glass. The colors are very vibrant and bright like they were when this sign was made over 100 year ago. It was made by Kaufmann & Strauss Co. New York. It is dated 1915. The sign has very light wear with one tiny ding and an added hole on the top center. This is the kind of sign that collections are built around. A must-have for any serious collector. (Excellent). 8,000 - 14,000 2620 - SANTA FE 1932 OLYMPIC GAMES RAILROAD TRAVEL POSTER. 34-1/4”L x 27-1/4”W. A 1932 Santa Fe Railroad poster, “The Indian Detours -- Grand Canyon Line.” Featuring the Olympic Games with a colorful depiction of Native Americans, artwork by Hernando G. Villa. Professionally framed, under glass. (Very Good - Excellent). 3,000 - 5,000 2621 - THE INTERNATIONAL CHRISTMAS AND RECORDER ADVERTISEMENT. 26”L x 21-1/2”W. A loaded holiday advertising poster for the Erie Lines, Red Star Line, Norwich Line, Royal Blue Line, and Scott’s Emulsion. C. 1890’s in The New York Recorder. (Very Good). 1,500 - 2,500

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LOT - 2625

LOT - 2624 2622 - G.A.R. ENCAMPMENT EXCURSION BROADSIDE ADVERTISING POSTER. 33-1/2”L x 15-1/4”W. Patriotic advertisement for an excursion via the Baltimore and Ohio rail roads. Printed by John Cox’s Sons, Lithographers and Printers, Baltimore, Md. Matted and framed under glass, showing some wear to the lower corner. (Very Good). 1,200 - 1,800 2623 - LOT OF 2: SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTERS. Largest: 27-3/4”L x 24”W. Lot consists of 1 - Texas advertisement showing the San Jacinto Monument with artwork by Oscar M. Bryn. Matted and housed in a light wood frame under glass.; 1 - Unframed Texas advertisement reading “famous brands of the Lone Star State” and showing a variety of cattle brands. (Very Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,500 388

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2624 - UNITED AIRLINES SAHARA LAS VEGAS TRAVEL POSTER. 37-1/2”L x 26”W. Showing a view of the Sahara hotel towers and pool with a woman in a bathing suit taking a photograph in the foreground. This advertisement reads “Hotel Sahara Las Vegas Nevada - Fly United Air Lines”. Great graphics and only minor wear. In a black frame under glass. C. 1960’s. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2625 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-1/2”L x 19-3/4”W. This advertisement for Southern California shows a woman in a bathing suit patterned by the Santa Fe Railroad logo. No flaws to note except very minor wear to the wood frame. Matted and housed under glass. C. 1950’s. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2626 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-3/4”L x 19-3/4”W. Featuring artwork by Don Perceval, this is an advertisement for Arizona, showing two men on horseback. Matted and housed under glass in a light wood frame with some wear. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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LOT - 2631

LOT - 2632

2627 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-1/4”L x 19-1/2”W. Featuring artwork by Don Perceval, this advertisement shows a view of Yosemite National Park in California. Excellent condition except for a piece of tape at the center edge. Matted and framed, under glass. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

2630 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-1/2”L x 19-3/4”W. Showing the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge at dusk, this advertisement is free from wear. Matted and housed in a light wood frame, under glass. Ready for display. C. 1950’s. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

2628 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 26-1/2”L x 20-1/2”W. Showing a woman perched on the end of a driving board, this advertisement reads “Sun Spots In The Southwest.” Matted and housed in a light wood frame, under glass. Showing very light wear to the frame. This is one of the rarest of the Santa Fe posters. C. 1950’s. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200

2631 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-3/4”L x 19-3/4”W. Artwork by Oscar M. Bryn showing the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Reading “Santa Fe is the only railroad entering this National Park”. Matted and under glass in a light wood frame showing some scratches. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

2629 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-1/2”L x 19-3/4”W. Featuring artwork by Oscar M. Bryn, this advertisement shows some of the California coastline with sailboats and a mission in the distance. Matted and framed under glass, this piece is ready for display. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

2632 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-3/4”L x 19-3/4”W. Advertisement for “Southwestern Dude Ranches” showing a graphic of a cowboy speaking to a woman. No issues to note. Matted and under glass in a light wood frame showing some scratches. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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2633 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-3/4”L x 19-3/4”W. With artwork by Don Perceval and titled “Buffalo Dancer”, this advertisement shows a Native American Indian man dancing and reads “Hopiland” across the bottom. Matted and housed under glass in a light wood frame showing some wear. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

2636 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-1/2”L x 19-3/4”W. Advertising for Arizona and New Mexico, this “Navajo Land” poster shows a desert landscape with two Native American women. Matted and under glass in a light wood frame. With little to no wear. C. 1950’s. (Excellent). 400 - 800

2634 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 26-1/2”L x 20-1/2”W. Showing a Native American boy writing “Santa Fe All The Way” with a train in the background. The original advertisement is matted and framed, under glass. With only light wear to the wood frame. (Excellent). 400 - 800

2637 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-1/2”L x 19-3/4”W. Advertisement for the Red Cliffs at the Continental Divide in New Mexico showing a family in front of the red rock landscape. With a few small areas of discoloration along the top. Matted and housed under glass in a light wood frame. (Excellent). 400 - 800

2635 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-1/2”L x 19-3/4”W. Showing a Native American chief, this advertisement reads “The Chief Way”. Matted and housed under glass in a light wood frame. Excellent condition except for what appears to be tape residue in the upper corner. (Very Good). 400 - 800

2638 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-1/2”L x 19-3/4”W. Advertisement for the “Land Of Pueblos” in New Mexico, this poster shows four Native American men in the foreground. No wear to note. Housed in a light wood frame, matted, and under glass. (Excellent). 400 - 800

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2639 - SANTA FE RAILROAD ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 25-1/2”L x 19-1/2”W. This advertisement shows a Chicago cityscape with lovely period-correct attire. Little to no wear is present. Matted and under glass in a light wood frame. C. 1950’s. (Excellent). 300 - 500 2640 - ROCK ISLAND ROUTE ADVERTISING BROADSIDE POSTER. 27-1/2”L x 19-1/4”W. This advertisement reads “Take The Favorite Rock Island Route” by the Cameron, Amberg & Co., Printers of Chicago. C. 1880’s. Pictured is a map with the states Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. Depicted is an interior view of the train car, also reading “Meals are served in the palace dining cars.” There are small traces of soiling with minimal wear. The broadside sits under glass and is housed in a wood frame. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 1,200 2641 - CHICAGO & ALTON R.R. ADVERTISING POSTER. 29-1/4”L x 11-1/4”T. Lithograph by Rand, McNally & Co., Printers and Engravers, Chicago. Featuring excellent graphics showing the interior of the new Pullman Palace Buffet Compartment Sleeping Cars for the “Short Line” from Chicago to St. Louis. Housed in a wood frame under glass. Showing a few faint creases. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500

2642 - COLORADO MIDLAND RAILWAY CO. ROCKY MOUNTAIN LION ADVERTISEMENT. 33”L x 25-1/2”T Advertising for the Pikes Peak Route of the Colorado Midland Railway, showing a roaring mountain lion, decorated Native American spear and shield, and Indian man on a white horse. By The Denver Lith. Co., copyrighted Jan. 1904, by the Colorado Midland Railway Co.. Matted and framed under museum glass. A small spot of repair on the field at the right hand side. (Excellent). 1,500 - 3,000 2643 - FRAMED CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE SHOW ADVERTISEMENT. Frame: 30-1/2”W x 37-1/2”T x 1”D. Professionally framed advertising lithograph of the Cleveland Automobile Show, reading “Wigmore Coliseum Euclid Ave. And East 13th St. January 16 to 23.” By the Otis Litho Company. The graphic displays a beautiful woman in her car talking with an enticed police officer. The lithograph exhibits exceptional color and appears to be in near perfect condition. Showing areas of older, well done restoration. (Excellent). 2,500 - 5,000

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LOT - 2645

LOT - 2646 2644 - CLEVELAND & SANDUSKY BREWING CO. ADVERTISING SIGN. 28 -1/2” x 22 - 1/2” x 1”. This sign is titled “Pleasant Anticipation”. It was made by H.D Beach Co. There is moderate oxidation with some areas of touch up. The sign still presents well despite the issues. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

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2645 - FEHR’S MALT TONIC TIN LITHO ADVERTISING SIGN. 22 - 1/2” x 28 - 1/2”. This sign shows a topless woman and a group of nude cherubs flying around her. The sign was made by H. D. Beach Company, Coshocton, Ohio. It has very strong colors with some areas of fading and oxidation abound the border. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,400 2646 - AMERICAN AIRLINES ARIZONA TRAVEL POSTER. 40”L x 30”W. A colorful original advertisement with artwork by Fred Ludekun, c. 1955. Showing a man and a woman on horseback with a plane in the sky above. A few very minor areas of wear to the bottom of the poster. Housed in a simple black frame behind glass. (Excellent). 1,500 - 2,000

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2647 - ORIGINAL AIR FRANCE EUROPE ADVERTISING TRAVEL POSTER. 33”L x 26-1/4”T. Featuring artwork by Robert Falcucci, this advertisement shows an assortment of European landmarks. Marked “Printed in France,” Alepee & Cie Paris,” “R/229/R/4-48.” With very little wear to the poster. Professionally matted and framed, under glass. C. 1948. (Excellent). 1,000 - 2,000

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2648 - FLY TWA LAS VEGAS TRAVEL POSTER. 42”L x 26-3/4”W. Iconic artwork by David Klein, showing a woman dressed for night and day in Las Vegas, Nevada. An original Trans World Airlines advertisement housed in a simple black frame under glass. Great color and graphics. C. 1950’s. Marked Litho In U.S.A. 1023. (Excellent). 800 - 1,200

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2649 - HUDSON RIVER DAY LINE TRANSPORTATION POSTER. 12-3/4”L x 22-1/2”T. The Hudson River Day Line advertises, “One Hundred Years of Service on the Hudson” - “A Century Of Progress”. With a graphic illustrating two boats, one boat from 1826 and the other from 1926. The poster sits wonderfully in its original frame, also reading “Hudson River Day Line” in the same font color. There are light stains throughout and some crease marks with little wear to the frame. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,200 2650 - UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD LAS VEGAS TRAVEL POSTER. 33”L x 26-1/4”T. Advertising poster featuring Vegas Vic, the iconic cowboy, and a fold out postcard booklet showing an assortment of the activities Las Vegas has to offer. Showing some rippling throughout and a tear and stain at the top center. Housed in a simple black frame under glass. Excellent graphics and color. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 2651 - HACIENDA LAS VEGAS REDD FOXX POSTER. 42-1/2”L x 31-3/4”W. This poster is professionally matted and framed under glass. Image shows the iconic lighted sign and entertainment marquee for the Hacienda Resort Hotel and Casino with acts like Redd Foxx and Slappy White. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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2652 - WABASH LINE RAILROAD ADVERTISING POSTER. 35”L x 18”W. A Christmas advertisement featuring a woman dressed in Victorian attire, advertising for holiday rates of the Wabash Line. Showing a few creases to the top half. Professionally matted and housed in a frame under glass. C. 1896. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2653 - FRAMED ARROW TRAILER RENTALS ADVERTISING TIN. 14-1/2”L x 20-1/2”T. Offering a tin sign in a black wooden frame, advertising Arrow Trailer Rentals- “Nation- Wide Trailers, Inc. One Way Service- Coast to Coast” with the silhouette of the United States in the background. Yellow is the base color with details of red, white and blue. There is wear throughout with some instances of paint loss. (Good). 500 - 1,000 2654 - PACIFIC MAIL S.S. CO. PAPER ADVERTISEMENT. 16-3/4”L x 12-1/2”W. Advertising poster showing an example of one of the steamships employed by the Pacific Mail, the S.S. Korea. This steamship held the record for quickest Trans-Pacific passage until the S.S. Siberia traveled from Yokohama to San Francisco in 10 days, 10 hours on October 23rd. Offering travel from San Francisco, CA to Hawaii, Japan, China, and the Philippines. Boasting “Pacific Mail stands first in speed, first in size, first in luxury”. C. early 1900’s. Produced by Brett Litho Co., New York. (Very Good). 400 - 600

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LOT - 2656 LOT - 2657 LOT - 2655 2655 - F.E. SHEARER SPECIAL EXCURSION BROADSIDE ADVERTISING POSTER. 25-1/2”L x 11”W. Advertisement for a trip from “Chicago to Washington and return” or to “New York, Boston, and all Eastern cities on account of the Knights Templar Triennial Conclave”. Printed by H.S. Crocker & Co, Printers, San Francisco. Under glass in a wood frame. Showing very minor areas of discoloration or wear. (Very Good). 400 - 600

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2656 - UNION PACIFIC “THE OVERLAND ROUTE” TRANSPORTATION SIGN. 21-1/4”L x 7-1/4”T. An early advertising sign of Union Pacific, “The Overland Route” indicating transportation from Council Bluffs and Omaha, to Sacramento and Los Angeles. It also reads “Cold Facts The Best Of All! Furnished Family Sleeping Cars.” At the center, there is a clear depiction showing the interior of the car. The sign has creases from multiple folds with soiling throughout. Despite its age, it retains its charming appearance and has been professionally framed. (Good). 400 - 600 2657 - CENTRAL HUDSON LINE ADVERTISING POSTER. 12-3/4”L x 22-1/2”T. An outstanding advertising poster of the Central Hudson Line depicting a touring boat, “The Sunset Fleet” traveling to Newburgh, Poughkeepsie and Kingston from New York. Indicated on the poster are the departure times and the price for a “Sunday Daylight Trip.” The graphic is exceptionally matched with excellent use of color. There is light soiling on the right edge and bottom corner but it is nicely housed in a black frame, under glass. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2658 - LOT OF 2: FRAMED HORSE PRINTS. 14-3/4”L x 10-3/4”W. Lot comprises of 1- Roseman’s Racing Outfits, displaying an illustration of a horse surrounded by bridles, a saddle, etc.. in excellent condition, colors retaining its vivid quality.; 1- Picture of a daring cowgirl on a horse, ready to lasso in a cow. Reading “Compliments of Sunstedt & Hanson Office Bar.” Also in excellent condition. (Excellent). 300 - 500

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2659 - BARBER SHOP EQUIPMENT CASE. 12”L x 26-1/2”W x 30-1/4”T. This fantastic case is oak with glass sides and four interior glass shelves. It contains several strops, honing stones, straight razors, and electric clippers. (Very Good). 500 - 2,000 2660 - LOT OF 2: BARBER SHOP STRAIGHT RAZORS IN CASE. Largest: 7”L x 7”W x 1”T. Lot consists of 1- ivory straight razors, seven are labeled corresponding to each day of the week, Monday to Friday. All razors are present. The razors were manufactured by Johan Engstrom of Sweden, 1874. Housed in an antique wooden box with the initial for each day of the week etched into the interior. 7”L x 7”W x 1”T.; 1- six straight razors, handles varying in design and manufactures. Housed in an elegant metal frame with leather backing, a glass front and a red velvet interior. The frame is by P.A. Becker. The case is comprised of early metal with embossed corners, a very nice display piece. 6-1/2”L x 3-1/4”W x 1-1/4”T. (Good - Very Good). 700 - 1,500 394

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LOT - 2662 2661 - NOONAN’S ANTISEPTIC STERILIZER DISPLAY CABINET. 8”D x 12”W x 14”T. Advertised is Noonan’s Antiseptic Sterilizer, a cabinet made for barbershops, manufactured by Noonan & Sons Co.. Composed of a metal frame with clear glass side panels and a milk glass top. A gold-plated tag at the bottom of the cabinet reads “T. Noonan & Sons Co. 38 Portland Street, Boston, Mass.” The frame displays traces of oxidation and the decal is flaking slightly. (Very Good). 1,000 - 1,500

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2662 - PORCELAIN BARBER SHOP FLANGE SIGN. 3-1/2”L x 8”W x 48”T. This semi-circular flange sign has the eye-grabbing red, white, and blue chevrons associated with barber shops. It reads “LOOK BETTER / FEEL BETTER” and was produced by the Marvy Company of St. Paul, Minnesota. The metal has oxidized along the edge and eyelets with some light wear to the field. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2663 - LOT OF 3: BARBER SIGNS. Largest 1-1/2”L x 24”W x 12”T. Lot consists of 1 - Porcelain Flange Sign that reads “Barber / Shop”. Produced by the William Marvy Company, No. 1224.; 1 - Embossed lithograph on tin, Membership Plaque No. 38641 to the Associated Master Barbers of America.; 1 Lithograph on tin, Journeymen Barbers International Union of America Membership Plaque No. 57141. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2664 - VINTAGE BARBER SHOP WALL MOUNT TRADE SIGN. 12” x 10” x 34”. When plugged in, the motor hums but there is no movement. There is a crack to the backside of the glass. (Very Good). 300 - 1,200

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2665 - LOT OF 2: EMBOSSED TIN WILDROOT BARBER SHOP SIGNS. Larger: 27 -3/4” x 9 -3/4”. Lot consists of 1 - reproduction Wildroot sign.; 1 - authentic Wildroot sign. The authentic sign is in very good condition with some soiling and very light wear. (Very Good). 300 - 600

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2666 - BARBER SHOP LIGHT TRADE SIGN. 14”D x 34”T. An electric barber shop light pole with a polished metal top and base. The cylinder inside displays the signature barber shop colors of red, blue and white but has aged slightly. This piece has a pleasant overall appearance. (Very Good). 200 - 700 2667 - KOKEN BARBER CHAIR. 40”L x 27”W x 46”T. This is a late 19th to early 20th century barber chair created by Ernest Koken of Koken Barber Supply Co., based in St. Louis. Thanks to Koken, most chairs that are seen in barber shops and hair salons are based off of his innovative reclining and hydraulic chairs. This particular chair features newer black upholstered leather with a hand carved oak frame and pedestal. There is a adjustable headrest accompanied by ornate nickel-plated details throughout with the Koken name on the nickel-plated footrest. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000 2668 - ANTIQUE THEO-A-KOCHS CO. BARBER CHAIR. 37”L x 27”W x 47-1/2”T. This classic chair has dark green leather upholstery and ivory colored porcelain base, seat, and arm rests. A child’s seat that fits across the arm rests is included. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500 2669 - THEO-A-KOCHS CO. ROUND SEAT BARBER CHAIR. 46-1/2”T x 31”D x 28”W. Antique barber chair with red leather upholstery and white porcelain base and armrests. Upholstery is in nice condition without any tears and the porcelain shows some discoloration but remains free from enamel loss. Has a single area of damage to the piece connecting the right arm rest to the base, easily repaired. Includes an Aviator No. 1 child’s seat with safety strap, in original condition showing age throughout. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 2,000 396

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LOT - 2670 2670 - ANTIQUE EMIL J. PAIDAR ROUND SEAT BARBER CHAIR. 38”L x 30”W x 48”T. This hydraulic barber’s chair is white porcelain with green upholstery and market foot rest. Upholstery is a vibrant, true green color showing very little wear. Metal components and porcelain enamel show some age but overall very nice. (Very Good). 500 - 2,000 2671 - KOKEN FOOT REST. 13”L x 16-1/4”W x 12-1/2”T. This cast iron foot rest is from Koken of St. Louis and stands in an angled position, held by two legs with rubbers stoppers. It has a tiled design throughout with the company’s name perfectly positioned at the center. The nickel finish has a weathered appearance from use, also displaying some slight oxidation. (Very Good). 400 - 700 2672 - ANTIQUE BARBER SHOP HAT AND COAT RACK. 20”L x 20”W x 73”T. A fine coat and hat rack with a polished, sophisticated, and sturdy design. A fantastic piece to complement a barber chair with white porcelain accents. Constructed of hard wood with a round nickel plated top rack and porcelain base. Showing very little wear though some scuffs are present on close inspection. Resembling a Koken coat rack without a manufacturer’s tag. (Excellent). 400 - 1,500 2673 - ANTIQUE CAST IRON BARBER POLE. 14-1/2” Dia. x 88”T. This is an exceptional example of an early barber pole, completely composed of cast iron. There are colors of green and white with a brass colored globe at the top. There is moderate wear commensurate with age such as paint chipping and traces of oxidation. Small dents also cover parts of the globe. (Good). 800 - 2,000

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2674 - LOT OF 2: 1901 FROLIE CALENDAR & VALENTINES CUT OUT. Largest: 9 -1/4” x 7 -1/2”. Lot consists of 1 - 1901 Frolie calendar which advertises Quaker Oats, it has some soiling and handling wear; 1 - mechanical cut out valentines greeting of Lil Boy Blue that has minor soiling and a few fold marks. (Very Good Plus). 200 - 400 2675 - LIFE SAVERS COUNTER TOP DISPLAY. 8-1/4”L x 6-1/2”W x 12-1/4”T. This compact, 3-tier display has an embossed, lithographed tin marquee that rotates down but has a sheared rivet on the left. Each tier holds 16 rolls. Its metal composition is polished with some blue color and the marquee reading “Sweetens Breath / Life Savers” is in white lettering. Currently contains a display of Life Savers mints. (Good). 500 - 1,200 2676 - LIFE SAVERS COUNTER DISPLAY. 13”L x 9-1/2”W x 7-3/4”T. Lithographed tin and glass. 12 compartments in 4 tiers. Each compartment is labeled corresponding to a certain flavor sold by Life Savers. For example, the top rows indicate Pep-O-Mint, Wint-O-Green and Vi-O-Let. Made by Handel, Inc. in the U.S.A. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200 2677 - LIFE SAVERS COUNTER DISPLAY. 9-1/2”L x 6-1/2”W x 11-1/2”T. A hinged, 3-tier display that can collapse to flat when empty. Each tier can hold 14 rolls. Some oxidation throughout. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,200 2678 - LIFE SAVERS WIRE DISPLAY. 11”L x 7”W x 12-1/2”T. This 3-tier display is constructed from heavy gauge wire and is capable of holding 6 packs that each hold 20 rolls of candy. The litho on tin marquee is embossed, and die cut. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200 398

LOT - 2680 2679 - LOT OF 3: LIFE SAVERS DISPLAY ITEMS. Largest 16-1/2”L x 44-1/2”W x 9-1/4”H. Lot consists of 1 - Oversize figural Life Saver candy. Molded plastic or fiberglass painted green. 22-1/2” diameter. Some light scratches and paint chips.; 1 - Medium Life Saver Counter Display. Thin gauge sheet metal and glass. 2 tiers high and 7 rolls wide.; 1 - Large Life Saver Counter Display. Brown sheet metal and glass. 3 tiers high and 14 rolls wide. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,200 2680 - LIFE SAVERS COUNTER DISPLAY. 12”L x 9-1/4”W x 9”T. An Art Deco style display with three tiers, constructed from chrome sheet metal and has a striped design. Each row contains packaged mints and has a glass face positioned at the front, the bottom glass is advertising “Life Savers.” (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800

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2681 - LIFE SAVERS COUNTER TOP DISPLAY. 9”L x 9-3/4”W x 10-3/4”T. A nice example of Life Saver’s lithographed tin displays, complete with the embossed marquee that can rotate down for travel. A small variety of vintage Life Savers products are included. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200

2684 - TOOTSIE ROLL DISPLAY. 8-1/2”L x 9”W x 14”T. This handsome, lithograph on tin display features two tiers at 5¢ for the larger rolls and one tier for the smaller 1¢ rolls. Manufactured by The Sweets Company Of American, Inc. (Very Good). 600 - 2,000

2682 - LIFE SAVERS COUNTER DISPLAY. 13”L x 9-1/2”W x 19-1/2”T. This four tier display holds twelve 20-packs of Life Savers with an embossed marquee that rotates down for travel. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200

2685 - TOOTSIE ROLL COUNTER DISPLAY. 5-1/4”L x 8-1/2”W x 14”T. This lithograph on tin is by The Sweet Company Of American Inc., made in the USA with the marquee by Shonk Works Litho. of Chicago. Advertising Tootsie Rolls for 5¢, “Better Than Ever.” There are two channels, perfectly fitted for the candied products. (Very Good). 500 - 1,200

2683 - CADBURY’S CHOCOLATE DISPLAY CASE. 23-1/4”L x 41”W x 42”T. This oak, freestanding display case has a beveled glass top, an etched glass front, and two interior glass shelves. The exterior shows only minor wear while the interior displays age and wear for moderate use. (Good). 500 - 1,200

2686 - BELL BRAND CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS EMBOSSED ADVERTISING SIGN. 14-1/4”L x 26-1/2”W. Embossed tin sign featuring an image of two cherubs with pink and blue ribbon around a bell at the center. Rare “Bon Bon” product content. Showing aged wear throughout. Litho by The H.D. Beach Co. of Coshocton, Ohio. Surrounded by a frame. (Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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2687 - CADBURY’S CHOCOLATE MIRROR SIGN. 1”L x 23”W x 29”T. This mirror advertises for Cadbury’s Chocolate, also reading “Delicious and Wholesome.” While this mirror is housed in its original frame, there is minor loss to the silvering and reverse paint. The period frame is engraved “Cadburys” across the top and “Bournville” across the bottom. The sign indicates “By Appointment To The Late Queen Victoria.” (Very Good). 400 - 1,200 2688 - LOT OF 2: COLGAN’S GUM STORE COUNTER DISPLAY SIGNS. Each: 10”D. Lot consists of 1 - Colgan’s Mint Chips cardboard lithographed sign. It has very strong colors and a great graphic of a woman wearing a very elaborate Victorian hat. There are a few marks and a very light bend mark on the upper left section. The easel back has separated from the sign but is included.; 1 - Colgan’s Violet Chips cardboard lithographed sign. The sign has some edge wear, light soiling and a closed tear on the top left section. The easel back has separated from the sign but is included. (Good - Excellent). 800 - 1,500 2689 - LOT OF 2: COLGAN’S VIOLET CHIPS STORE COUNTER DISPLAY SIGNS. Larger: 10”D. Lot consists of 1 - cardboard countertop Colgan’s Violet Chips sign. It has strong colors and a nice image. There are some tiny paper nicks and a few marks. Part of the easel back has separated from the piece but is included.; 1 - Colgan’s Violet Chips early chipped glass mirror. It has a chip on the right bottom area as well as a few scattered marks. The trim around the side of the mirror is replaced and has some sticky residue present. (Very Good Plus). 800 - 1,500 400

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2690 - KOLA GUM GLASS DISPLAY CASE. 9”L x 8”W x 17-1/4”T. Original wooden tabletop display case with glass sides and has “Chew Kola Gum” inscribed on the facade. The case is great in size and shows minor age related wear. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2691 - 1¢ PULVER CLARK VENDOR PORCELAIN GUM MACHINE. 30 -3/4” x 8 -1/4” x 6 -1/4”. Includes the key and has buttons to dispense three flavors of gum. The machine does have moderate chipping with some touch ups. Circa 1950. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200 2692 - PEPSIN CHEWING GUM ADVERTISING CLOCK. 5”L x 17”W x 28-3/4”T. This is a Gilbert Regulator B Calendar clock, composed of oak with an octagon shape. The clocks face displays a numerical row and a roman numeral row. The reverse glass panel advertises Primley’s Pepsin Sticks Chewing Gum, in red and gold. Minimal wear throughout. (Very Good). 600 - 1,500 2693 - WRIGLEY’S CHEWING GUM DISPLAY. 18”L x 12-3/4”W x 16”T. Offered is a four tiered display, advertising Wrigley’s Chewing Gum. It is composed of sheet metal, painted green with beautiful lettering and in beautiful condition. There are 15 pockets, each containing a package of gum. There is minimal wear but in great shape considering its age. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500

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2695 - LOT OF 8: CANDY JARS. Largest 3-1/2”L x 3-1/2”W x 12-3/4”T. Lot consists of 1- 6 identical Candy Jars with pointed lids. Measuring 12-3/4” tall.; 1- 2 matching Candy Jars with pointed lids. Measuring 10” tall.; All but two of the jars are filled with an assortment of candies. (Excellent). 800 - 1,500

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2696 - LOT OF 2: DAKOTA GLOBE SHOW CANDY JARS. Largest 7” Dia. x 13-3/4”T. These two glass candy jars are different sizes of the desirable Dakota Globe shape. The larger jar’s lid is currently frozen in place. Nice display pieces that enhance any country store setting. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800 2697 - LOT OF 3: VINTAGE CANDY JARS. Largest 4-1/2” Dia. x 10-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1 - 10-1/2” tall jar with “Blanke & Bro. / Candy Co. / St. Louis MO” molded into the glass. The lid and rim are both round.; 1 - 9-1/2” tall jar, circular base and lid with a more square hopper.; 1 - 7-1/2” tall, rectangular prism with a round lid. (Excellent). 400 - 1,200

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2698 - LOT OF 9: DAKOTA GLASS CANDY JARS. Largest 6” Dia. x 29-3/4”T. Lot consists of 9 fantastic jars ranging in size from 6-1/2” to 29-3/4” tall. They all have ground lids and rims, as well as identical double bands of faceted pyramids to really catch the light. Vintage sets this perfect are rare. (Very Good - Excellent). 2,500 - 5,000 2699 - LOT OF 3: GLASS CONTAINERS. Largest 11”L x 9-1/2”W x 9”T. Lot consists of 1- 2 torpedo shaped containers, 8-1/4” tall, sealed cork at the openings, both produced for Rexall.; 1 - 5¢ Abbey Cash Tray vendor for Tummy Tabs. Aluminum and glass, c. 1948. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

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2700 - LOT OF 3: CANDY COMPANY JARS. Largest 5”L x 5”W x 11-1/2”T. Lot consists of 1 - Vintage Necco Sweets jar with ground lid and neck. 11” tall. Lid is a chamfered square and has some minor chips; 1 - Adam’s Tutti-Fruiti Pepsin candy jar. It has a nice molded lid that is ground and has a small chip. It has a great paper label on the outside with some edge degradation. 11” tall. The jar is a right rectangular prism with chamfered corners and a ground neck.; 1 - Adam’s Pure Chewing Gum Jar. Frosted lettering is on exterior of jar and has wear. The circular lid has spherical indentations around the perimeter and a ground bottom with some minor chipping. The jar is a right rectangular prism with smooth corners and a ground neck. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500

2702 - NEW ENGLAND NUT JAR. 9” Dia x 14”T. Squirrel Brand Salted Nuts is molded into this large, and very clear glass jar. It was manufactured for the Squirrel Brand Co. of Cambridge, Massachusetts. The sloped lid is crowned with a hexagonal point and has a smooth rim that has some very minor chipping. This jar has a pleasing shape while having a large volume and a smooth neck with some chipping. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000

2701 - LOT OF 4: CANDY JARS. Largest 4” Dia. x 10”T. Lot consists of 1-2 matching 10” tall jars.; 1- 2 matching 8-1/4” tall jars.; All 4 of these jars have an elegant tear drop shape with round bases and lids. All of the lids and necks are smooth with no chipping. And all but one are filled with candies. (Excellent). 500 - 2,000

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2703 - LOT OF 3: GOLD MOTIF CANDY JARS. Largest 8”Dia. x 15”T. Lot consists of 3 jars that have round bases and openings, as well as varying levels of gold detail artistically applied to the glass. The smallest (12”T.) and the largest (15”T.) jars have stopper style lids, while the 13”T jar has a brass bezel and hinge that keeps the top and bottom attached. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,500 2704 - LOT OF 3: GLASS JARS. Largest 5-1/2” Dia. x 12”T. This lot consists of three glass candy jars with removable lids and appear to be undamaged. 1- glass candy jar appears to have a square body with beveled edges. The lid is engraved “Franklin Caro”.; 1- is a round glass jar, filled with marbles.; 1- glass candy jar, filled with heart shaped candies. The glass is embossed and reads “Bunte.” (Very Good). 400 - 1,200

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2705 - LOT OF 3: CANDY JARS. Largest 5” Dia. x 12”T. Lot consists of 1- 2 identical 12” tall candy jars with pointed lids. One of the jars appear to be more yellowed than the other.; 1 - 11-1/4” tall candy jar with pointed lid, straight cylindrical sides and a wine glass style base. (Very Good - Excellent). 400 - 800 2706 - LARGE FISHBOWL NUT JAR. 10” Dia. x 11”T. This wide mouthed jar has “The Nut House / This Jar Is Loaned And Is To Be Used / For Nut House Goods Only” molded into the glass. The lid has a solitary nipple topping the handle and some chipping on the smooth rim. The smooth, wide neck allows easy access inside. (Very Good). 400 - 1,200

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2707 - LOT OF 2: LARGE COLUMBIA PEAR CANDY JARS. Largest 12”Dia. x 30-1/2”T. These two jars have identical shapes dominated by the elegant conical swirl of the lids. The smaller is 8” Dia. x 20-1/2”T. and the larger is 12” Dia. x 30-1/2”T. The larger of the two is a rare size. (Excellent). 400 - 800 2708 - BREYERS ICE CREAM DOUBLE SIDED HANGING SIGN. 60” x 8” x 54”. This sign has the great Breyers Ice Cream leaf design embossed on both sides. The bottom panel on both sides has an embossed tin section which says “Groceries”. There is some soiling and scattered marks. The bottom edge of one half of the sign does have some moderate rust and metal loss. (Very Good). 1,400 - 2,500

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2709 - DOUBLE SIDED HERSHEY’S ICE CREAM SIGN. 58” x 10” x 43”. This sign has “Steven’s Convenience Corner” printed on the courtesy panel on both sides and retains its original hangers. There are some dings, scrapes and soiling present. (Very Good). 1,200 - 2,400 2710 - CARNATION ICE CREAM PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 22” x 23”. Single sided sign has nice color and gloss with a few tiny chips on three of the mounting holes. There are a few edge chips that have touch ups that are easy to take off if one desires. (Excellent). 600 - 1,200 2711 - C&C OVERSIZED ICE CREAM ADVERTISING TRADE SIGN. 96 -1/4” x 30”. This is a great sign which has a fun folky look. It is hand painted on tin with metal bars that are attached to the side. This sign most likely hung sideways from an awning or a building. There is some paint loss, fading and some soiling. Sign appears to have been clear coated at some point. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 2712 - LARGE ICE CREAM CONE SIGN. 3/4”L x 40-1/2”W x 96”T. Die cut ice cream cone, colored in shades of yellow and orange, defined with gray hues. This sign is hand painted on 3/4” plywood and is in original condition with scuffs and cracking throughout. Two noticeable areas of wear come from the two eyelets above the center. (Good - Very Good). 700 - 1,200 LOT - 2711 404

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2713 - LOT OF 2: ICE CREAM SUNDAE & FLOAT EMBOSSED TIN SIGNS. Largest: 11 -1/2” x 24”. Lot consists of two ice cream signs, both of which are embossed tin and in excellent condition. The float sign has light wear on the mounting holes. (Excellent - Near Mint). 400 - 700 2714 - LOT OF 2: KAY’S ICE CREAM SIGN & ICE COLD 76 SIGN. 56” x 35 -3/4”. Lot consists of 1 - Kay’s Ice Cream sign that is embossed tin and was made by Scioto Sign Co. It is in near mint condition with only a few edge marks and one small ding on the right edge.; 1 - 76 sign that is embossed tin and and is in near mint condition with a few tiny marks. (Near Mint). 400 - 800 2715 - 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). 300 - 600 2716 - WE SERVE SANITARY ICE CREAM ADVERTISING TRAY. 13” Dia. This tray was made by The American Art Works, Coshocton, Ohio. It has a great image of of a woman serving a bowl of ice cream. The tray displays very well but does have numerous touch ups. (Very Good Plus). 300 - 600

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2718 - FRAMED BORDERS DAIRY PRODUCTS ADVERTISING LITHO. Framed: 33-1/4”T x 30”L x 1 -1/4”W. Advertised is Borders Dairy Products Ice Cream. One of the lithographs reads, “Your Dish For Tonite!” and pictured is a young lady with a plate of ice cream. The other ice cream litho reads, “Say Pal! You’ll Love it, Too / Bodi-Builder Homogenized Milk” with a picture of baby. The brand’s stamp on left is slightly embossed. Both are nicely mounted in a gold finished frame. There is some wear and discoloration. (Good). 300 - 500

2717 - SEALTEST ICE CREAM CUT-OUT TIN SIGN. 18” x 13”. A very nice sign with only a few marks in the field. (Excellent). 300 - 500

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2719 - ICE CREAM CONE NEON SIGN. 17”L x 49”W x 88”T. This large, double-sided neon sign has six different colors of tubing mounted to a painted aluminum frame in the likeness of a giant, happy ice cream cone. The raised arm, mouth and eye parts of the tubing cycle on and off. There is minor wear to the field and there are some dents along the edge of the right side. The back side of the sign shows evidence of from being cut down from its previous display. New mounting brackets and sheet metal are advised. All things considered, this is a fantastic neon sign. (Very Good). 8,000 - 12,000

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2720 - LOT OF 2: SCALES. Largest 12”L x 28”W x 26”T. Lot consists of 1 - Toledo Computing Scale, Style 30, Serial No. R16844. The cast metal body is painted in red, displaying a great lacquered finish. Matched with ornate brass components and an 11” diameter glass weighing platform.; 1 - Jacobs Scale, made in New York. Also red in color with brass hardware and includes a brass tray. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500


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2721 - 1¢ WATLING YOUR FORTUNE AND WEIGHT LOLLIPOP SCALE. 25”L x 26-1/2”W x 73-1/2”T. A porcelain white lollipop scale with polished castings and a reverse glass center, detailed in red and blue. Produced by Watling Mfg. Co. in 1928. For one penny, this scale offers to read your fortune and measure your weight. Use the knob to select a question, the answer will appear on the dial. The overall condition makes this a great example and an even better addition to your collection. (Excellent). 600 - 1,500 2722 - 1¢ PEERLESS PERFECT BALANCE LOLLIPOP SCALE. 19-1/2” x 25” x 69”. Peerless of Detroit manufactured this classic lollipop style floor scale in the 1920’s. It is white porcelain, with a fluted column and a tiled standing plate. The polished, symmetrical internal mechanism looks as clean as the day it was made and the original lithographed face has attained a nice craquelure with very little degradation. The front has a curved, porcelain badge attached that reads “STOP / Watch your weight and keep healthy” and a police officer. The edges of the serviceable areas on the back, as well as the very bottom have slight porcelain loss and oxidation. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 500 - 1,500

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LOT - 2723 2723 - 1¢ PUBLIC SCALE CO. “WHAT YOU SHOULD WEIGH” SCALE. 24-1/2”L x 18-3/4”W x 74”T. A 1930’s “What You Should Weigh Scale” manufactured by the Public Scale Company, measuring from 0 to 300 in pounds. There are three reference charts, informing patron’s the average weight of men, children and women depending on the height. The decal at the center of the glass reads “Weigh Yourself Once A Day” and “Your Waist Line Is Your Health Line” with a pin-up girl pictured in the middle. There is wear commensurate with age and paint loss. (Good). 500 - 2,000

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2724 - WATLING’S WEIGH YOURSELF FREE ADVERTISING SCALE. 32”L x 18-1/2”W x 63-1/4”T. Watling manufactured this scale in 1960, adding the feature of weighing yourself for free. “Have You Lost Or Gained Weight?” The window advertises, “Be Old Fashioned” “Finance Your New Here at Low Bank Rates” with a copyright by Ardee Assoc. 1958. Pictured is a couple with their Regal vehicle. The scale is detailed in black with polished hardware and a mirrored front. Works beautifully. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 1,500

2726 - STIMPSON COMPUTING SCALE. 20”L x 21”W x 32”T. Manufactured by the Stimpson Computing Scale Company of Louisville, Kentucky. Serial No. 8288105. C. 1930’s. The body is painted in red and white, with a black base and has a glass weighing platform. (Very Good). 400 - 1,000

2725 - 1¢ AMERICAN SCALE MFG CO. FORTUNE TELLER FLOOR SCALE. 15” x 27” x 51 - 1/2”. All original scale made by The American Scale Mfg. Co. The penny slot topper is made of brass. It has a great Art Deco look and shows your weight and fortune. (Very Good). 600 - 1,200

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2727 - FISHER DAIRY MILK & CREAM PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN. 30”D. Single sided round sign featuring a bottle of Grade “A” Milk at the center. Advertisement for Fisher Dairy, established 1861. Showing mild edge wear with a few chips and two chips in the field. Marked Burdick Enamel Sign Co., Boston & Baltimore. (Excellent). 3,000 - 6,000 2728 - LIGHTED ARROW SIGN. 12-3/4”L x 20”W x 31”T. The body of this double-sided sign is constructed from aluminum and has receptacles for 27 standard light bulbs on each side. It is configured to be hardwired. The appearance is slightly weathered with oxidation formed around the screws and receptacles. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2729 - E&J BURKE FINEST PALE ALE BOSTON RED SOX WOODEN SIGN. 33” x 34”. Sign has a painted scene which shows two Boston Red Sox players sitting in front of a tent and enjoying some beer. The black painted border has some raised designs. There are areas of touch up and some soiling. We are unsure of the age of this sign. (Very Good). 400 - 800 LOT - 2727

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LOT - 2730 2730 - LOT OF 3: GLASS ADVERTISING SIGNS. Largest: 20-1/4”W x 10-3/4”T. Lot consists of: 1 - Clock and Watch Repair sign, chipped glass lettering and scalloped edges.; 1 - Framed glass sign that reads W.H. Farrier M.D. / OFFICE.; 1 - Alka-Seltzer sign designed and manufactured by Rivard Displays of South Bend, Indiana. (Good - Very Good). 800 - 1,500 2731 - ESKAY’S ALBUMENIZED FOOD PRESSED CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed : 32 -1/2” x 26 -1/2”. This is a very early sign advertising food for infants and invalids. It is made of a pressed cardboard material and is framed behind glass. The image of a baby serving an old woman some food is very detailed. There are some areas of soiling, a few stains, and light general wear. (Very Good Plus). 600 - 1,200

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2732 - CHEESE STEAKS FIGURAL SANDWICH NEON SIGN. 116”L x 25”T. Lot consists of 1 - This sign’s glass tubing reads “STEAKS”, and is intact. 58”W x 25”T.; 1 - Another intact tubing reads “CHEESE”. 58”W x 24-1/4”T. Together these signs form a sandwich. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000

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2733 - CASHEWS NEON SIGN. 31”W x 17”T. This sign is bright red and yellow and reads “Cashews”. It is not mounted on a frame. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 500 - 800 2734 - COTTON CANDY NEON SIGN. 3”L x 34”W x 24”T. This multi-colored neon sign still shines strongly in pink, white, blue, purple, and green. Mounted on 1/2” plywood. 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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LOT - 2736 2735 - DIPPIN DOTS NEON SIGN. 49”W x 15”T. The lettering in this neon sign glows a cool blue, while the surrounding accent tubing lights up yellow, green, pink, and light blue. The glass tube “frame” does not light up and the sign is not attached to a frame. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 800 2736 - DIPPIN DOTS NEON SIGN. 36”W x 30”T. This multi-color neon sign is mounted in glass tubing. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 800 2737 - PEANUTS NEON SIGN. 35-1/4”W x 12”T. This sign glows bright red and yellow-green. There is about 10” of pink tubing repairing the red tubing. It is not mounted in a frame and does not include a transformer. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 500 - 1,000 2738 - CHINESE DRAGON NEON SIGN. 3”L x 50”W x 106”T. This super cool, multi-color sign glows brightly and is mounted to a painted plywood base. The dragon displays a long body with a curved tail end and has its tongue sticking out. The placement of neon tubing gives this sign dimension, nicely exhibiting colors of red, blue, green and yellow throughout. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Very Good). 1,000 - 2,000 LOT - 2738

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2739 - SKEEBALL NEON SIGN. 4”L x 44”W x 11-3/4”T. This neon sign glows green and is mounted to plywood and behind two pieces of 1/4” thick acrylic. The neon tubing is colored in yellow but when plugged in, it shines green. C. 1980’s. In nice overall condition. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,000

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2740 - HANGING LIGHTED SPECTACLES TRADE SIGN. 23-1/2”L x 10”W x 2-3/4”T. Antique cast metal advertising trade sign, in the shape of spectacles. Possibly used in an opticians office or retailer. It is fitted for 23 light bulbs, missing one of the light bulbs on the right side. A fantastic looking display with a great appearance that will light up any collection! It has been repainted at some point early on. (Very Good). 1,000 - 3,000

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2741 - ELECTRIC NEON CLOCK CO. THERMOMETER. 26”D x 8 -1/2”T. This is a recently made neon thermometer in mint condition. It was made to the exact specifications as the original and it is fantastic with no issues. (Near Mint). 1,000 - 2,000

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2742 - COLOR TV NEON ADVERTISING SIGN. 53” x 19” x 9”. Sign is in working order and displays great. It is made of painted tin. There is some soiling and oxidation present. (Very Good Plus). 1,000 - 2,000

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2743 - WHIPPED CREAM FUDGE NEON SIGN. 57”W x 24-1/2”T. A killer neon sign, words “Cream” and “Fudge” are colored in yellow, the rest of the neon tubing is colored in white. With working neon, shines bright. A very cool addition to add your collection. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

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2744 - SALOON SIGN WITH LIGHT. 20”L x 4”W x 10”T. An early oval sign with a metal frame and contains a green interior light. The glass front and back are etched with a pointing hand and reads “Saloon” on each side. Though there may be some wear, the sign is in great shape despite its possible age. (Very Good). 300 - 800 2745 - LOT OF 2: SMOKING STANDS. Largest: 7-1/2”L x 7-1/2”W x 35-1/2”T. Lot consists of 2 early smoking stands. 1- is a brass matchbox holder and ashtray with a round base and dual spiral shaft.; 1- is the cast iron figural Black Americana Butler smoking stand which includes the brass ashtray, matchbox holder and cup for cigarettes.; Both display wear throughout. (Good). 500 - 1,000 2746 - LOT OF 2: CIGAR HOLDER AND FIGURAL INCENSE HOLDER. Largest: 13”L x 9”W x 11”T. Lot consists of 1- cast metal cigar holder with ashtray and matches cup. The elegant bronze colored holder features a man standing at the center, raising the American flag. Includes three cigars and some matches. 13”L x 9”W x 11”T.; 1figural ceramic incense holder, resembling a happy bald man with large happy feet. There is some paint wear and discoloration. 3-1/2”L x 3-1/2”W x 3-1/2”T. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 1,500

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2747 - LOT OF 2: 5¢ SUNSET TRAIL CIGAR TINS. Each 6”L x 4”W x 5-3/4”T. Lot consists of 2 identical cigar tins, advertising Sunset Trail manufactured by The Roby Cigar Co. and depicts the same graphic- a lovely couple riding a horse in front of a sunset. The illustration is found even on the underside of the lid. 1- is colored in white.; 1- is colored in blue.; Though each display moderate wear, they are a great example of early tin litho advertising.; Each 6”L x 4”W x 5-3/4”T. (Good). 500 - 1,200

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2748 - LOT OF 2: NATIVE AMERICAN TOBACCO TINS. Largest 4-1/4”W x 6”T. Lot consists of 2 early litho tobacco tins with a Native American motif. 1- Old Senaca Stogies tobacco tin, manufactured by W.H. Kildow. It is colored in bright green with a rendering of an Indian woman, wearing a feathered headdress. 4-1/4”W x 6”T.; 1- Orico “2 For 5¢” tobacco tin, manufactured by Orrison Cigar Co. Inc.. Colored in white with a display of an Indian Chief.; Each tin displays moderate to heavy wear. 4”W x 6”T. (Good). 500 - 1,200 2749 - LOT OF 2: BLACK AMERICANA TOBACCO TINS. Largest: 6 -1/2” x 5 -1/2” x 5 -1/2” . Lot consists of two tobacco canisters including 1 - Biggerhair canister made of cardboard. It has some soiling to the side of the lid.; 1 - Tin can in excellent condition. It has a few marks and light oxidation on the lid. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 800 2750 - LOT OF 2: VICTORIAN PULL TAB TRIVIA GAME AND CIGAR CUTTER. Largest 20”T x 11-1/2”W x 10-1/2”D. Lot consists of 1- Ornate, gilded cast metal base with a marble insert that holds three spindles of different colored paper pull-tabs with numbers. The red tabs have a musical stamp on top. The top of the center column is stamped “Falkenstein / 2111”. 20”T. x 11-1/2”W. x 10-1/2”D.; 1- Brass desk set with a cigarette cutter affixed to the top, interestingly resembles a knife with a small carved grip. There are eight removable perforated aluminum cones, that serve as cigarette holders. Complete with a blue and black beaded center. Very rare and unusual in aged patina. 7”T x 4”Dia. (Good - Very Good). 300 - 600 2751 - PARACOTE PARAFLINT DASCHUND DOG FIGURAL CIGAR CUTTER. 7” x 3 -1/2” x 3 -1/4”. Fantastic figural cigar cutter advertising Chatfield’s Permanent Roofing. Cutter is in excellent condition with minor handling wear. (Excellent). 300 - 600 2752 - STERLING SILVER AMERICAN INDIAN MATCH HOLDER OR VESTA. 2 -1/4” x 1 -3/4”. This is a great sterling silver match holder. It is stamped “Sterling” on the mouth’s rim. It has a spring loaded hinge which functions great. It features a heavily embossed American Indian with a full headdress. There is some light wear. (Excellent). 300 - 600 2753 - CARVED WOOD CIGAR STORE INDIAN. 18”W x 24”D x 69”T. Nice looking cigar store Indian figure with a floor length headdress holding a bundle of cigars in one hand and a war shield in the other. Retaining most of the paint with the natural wood color showing on the chief’s face and hands. With some cracks from age especially along the elbow crease on the side holding the cigars. (Very Good). 500 - 2,000 LOT - 2753 414

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2754 - BUTTE CITY LEADER BANNER CLOTH TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENT. 40”L x 16”W. Professionally matted and framed under museum glass, this sign is advertising for union made 5¢ cigars manufactured by Butte City. Showing a yellow cigar on a black background. Retains fantastic color. Near mint condition. One of the earliest Butte Montana ads out there. (Excellent). 500 - 1,500

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2755 - MARBURG BROS. SMOKE GREENBACK TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENT. 23-1/4”L x 19-1/4”W. With bold lettering and vivid colors, a classic look, this advertising poster features an image of a brightly colored frog at the center. Matted and framed under glass. The color combination of this piece “Pops” in classic fashion. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000 2756 - LOT OF 2: WOODEN INDIAN ADVERTISING FIGURES. Largest 5”L x 5-1/2”W x 18”T. Lot consists of 1- composite cigar store Indian countertop display. The skirt and headdress appear to have a light multi-colorway, setting itself apart from the rest of the figure. Minor instances of wear but maintains its glossy look. 5”L x 5-1/2”W x 18”T.; 1- composite countertop Indian, advertising Harwood Conformers “Not For Wooden Indians.” Also indicated on the sides, reads “Shorts Pajamas” - “They Spread When You Do.” Painted in red, green and yellow with some wear to the face. 5”L x 4-1/2” x 15”T. (Very Good - Excellent). 500 - 1,200 2757 - FIGURAL CANINE SPITZ CIGAR STORE DISPLAY. 7-3/4”L x 9”W x 15-1/2”T. Spitz “5¢ Cigar” advertising display, resembling the Japanese Spitz canine breed. Painted white, sitting atop a black base. An early non-traditional look to this cigar display with great gloss and color. (Excellent). 500 - 1,000

LOT - 2759 2758 - FRAMED EMILIA GARCIA CIGAR TRIPTYCH. 2”L x 47”W x 34”T. This lithograph on cardboard display has been preserved behind glass. The wood frame has angled holes, top and bottom, for mounting as well as a hanging wire on the back. Advertising Emilia Garcia, “The Cigar with a million friends.” (Very Good). 500 - 1,200 2759 - LOT OF 4: CIGAR ADVERTISING. Largest: 17”L x 4”W x 6-1/2”T. Lot consists of: 1 - Fishbowl Jar Cigar Display. Glass and tin. 10-1/2” tall. Marquees read “POSTMASTER / 2 for 5¢”.; 1 - Framed embossed lithograph for Shoe Peg cigars. The shoe peg was new technology for cigars in the early 19th Century. A peg placed in the end negated the need to bite or cut off the end.; 1 - Lorrilard Tobacco Cigar Cutter. Cast iron with red pinstriping and a ruler that rotates into position.; 1 - Lithograph on cardboard for East Prospect Cigar Co. of Pennsylvania. (Good - Very Good). 500 - 800

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2760 - PHILIP MORRIS EMBOSSED TIN SIGN. 41-1/2”W x 23”T. A highly embossed tin sign, advertising for Philip Morris & Co. “Special Blend” and pictured is a lit cigarette. The sign is by Stout Sign Co. of St. Louis, MO. The colors used are bright yellow and red with details of black. There are some scratches to the field but the sign still retains is extremely brilliant qualities. (Very Good). 300 - 600 2761 - REID, MURDOCH & CO. WIGWAM CIGARS ADVETISEMENT. 18-3/4”L x 15-3/4”W. An early advertising poster for Reid, Murdoch and Company showing their factory. Matted and housed in a frame under glass. Showing very little wear. (Excellent). 400 - 600

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2762 - 1896 HONEST LONG CUT TOBACCO ADVERTISING CALENDAR. 13-1/2L x 8-1/4”W. An early advertisement for Honest Long Cut Tobacco showing a family of bears. Currently showing the May date card. Housed in a frame under glass. With light age wear. (Very Good). 400 - 800

2764 - RAMLEH TURKISH CIGARETTES ADVERTISING SIGN. Ramleh branded tobacco used in these Turkish Cigarettes at “10 for 10 cents” with beautiful lady displaying some “skin” and an oversized box of the product. Ladies in red promoting tobacco products are always popular. Presented in a period gold frame which does show some wear. (Very Good). 400 - 1,000

2763 - LOT OF 2: TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 15-1/4”L x 12”W. Lot consists of 1 - Newsboy Tobacco advertising poster showing a newsboy on a large newspaper. Manufactured by National Tobacco Works, The American Tobacco Co. (Incorporated) Successor Louisville, KY. Measuring...; 1 - Amos Myers Cigar Box Factory calendar showing a single page 1884 calendar. Showing a nice graphic of a woman plucking petals from a flower. Reading “A Full Assortments Of Geo. S. Harris & Sons. Cigar Box, Labels, & Trimmings”. Measuring... Both are matted and housed under glass in a wood frame. (Excellent). 400 - 800

2765 - LOT OF 2: SWEET CUBA FINE CUT CONTAINER AND FIGURAL TURTLE ASHTRAY. Largest: 13-1/2”L x 11-1/2”W x 5”T. Lot consists of 1- Sweet Cuba Fine Cut tobacco tin container, also reading “4 Dozen 5¢ Packages” And “The Kind That Suits.” It is painted in yellow, detailed in red and features a graphic of the product by Spaulding & Merrick. Minimal paint loss, some soiled areas and a few dents visible from the rear end.; 1- cast iron ashtray, in the shape of a turtle. The back of the turtle’s shell, opens to reveal a small basin. There also indications of oxidation. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 800

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LOT - 2768 2766 - GLOBE TOBACCO CO. ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH. 33-1/4”W x 27-1/2”T. An early Globe Tobacco Co. advertising litho, promoting “Chew Globe Fine Cut” and “Smoke Gold Flake Cut Plug.” There are three different illustrations; Native Americans around a campfire, a man chewing the tobacco near a ship and two men smoking the tobacco near a train. There is some visible wear throughout the field, soiling on the top and a small tear on the left corner, edges may have been trimmed or have tears but are now framed and matted over. The sign is preserved in a nice wood frame. (Good - Very Good). 400 - 1,000 2767 - MARBURG BROS. TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENT. 12-1/2”L x 17-1/4”W. Lithograph by A. Horn & Co. of Baltimore, advertising Marburg Bros. to promote their Greenback and North Carolina Plug Cut tobacco. The illustration is titled “Behind The Scenes” featuring six ballerinas, wearing colors of either yellow, red, green or blue. Mounted in a black frame with red details, under museum glass. Mint condition. (Very Good). 400 - 800 2768 - PATTERSON’S RECUT TOBACCO SIGN. 3/4”L x 39”W x 21-1/2”T. Advertised is Patterson’s Recut Tobacco, “10 cent value for 5 cents” by the Globe SEP Co. and is marked 9496. The lithograph is nicely colored in blue with red and yellow lettering, the graphics in white. There is a slight fade in color, minor instances of soiling and a less than an inch tear on the top. Framed and set behind glass. (Very Good). 400 - 800

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2769 - PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD LOUNGE CAR ASHTRAY. 16”D x 27”T. Stand has a cup holder and ash tray on top. “PRR” tag is mounted on the base. Tray has some oxidation and soiling. (Very Good Plus). 400 - 800 2770 - 7-20-4 CIGAR REVERSE GLASS LIGHT UP SIGN. 24 -1/4” x 4” x 8 -1/4”. This is a contemporary advertising sign that was made in the past 20 years. It does light up and has a great appearance. There are some scrapes and scuffs to the black case. (Excellent). 400 - 700

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2771 - 1940S-50S EMBOSSED TIN PHILIP MORRIS SIGN. 27” x 15”. This is a very nice sign with minuscule marks only. (Near Mint). 300 - 600 2772 - FRAMED CHESTERFIELD CIGARETTES ADVERTISING SIGN. Framed: 22 -1/4” x 12 -1/4” x 1/2”. This is a fantastic cardboard lithographed sign with remarkable colors and graphics. It only has a few light marks. (Near Mint). 300 - 600 2773 - MECCA CIGARETTES ADVERTISING POSTER. 19-1/2”L x 11”W. Featuring artwork by Earl Christy, this advertisement for The American Tobacco Co. reads “Perfect Satisfaction” across the bottom. C. 1912. Housed in a simple black frame under glass. A classic piece in great condition. (Very Good). 300 - 800

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LOT - 2774 2774 - LOT OF 3: TOBACCO LITHOGRAPHS. Largest 3/4”L x 23”W x 34”T. Lot consists of 1 - Lithograph for General Cigar Co. National Brands and features a highly colorized couple opening “A Sensible Gift” of cigars.; 1 - Lithograph for Canadian Club cigars that measures 3/4”L x 26-1/4”W x 18-3/4”.; 1 - Lithograph produced by R.J. Reynolds for Days Work chewing tobacco . (Very Good). 300 - 600 2775 - POPPER’S ACE CIGAR COUNTERTOP DISPLAY CASE. 10 - 1/2” x 7 - 1/2” x 11”. Very nice case with with original Popper’s Ace box. There is oxidation to the metal parts and some soiling to the lithograph. (Very Good Plus). 300 - 600

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2776 - LOT OF 7: SMOKING ITEMS. 15-3/4”L x 9-1/2”W x 13”T. Lot consists of 1 - Tennyson Cigar Display. This tin display has two compartments for cigars, each with a hinged lid but only the upper retains its glass. The hinged marquee is a lithograph on tin of Lord Tennyson, and while it has scratches and oxidation, it still LOT - 2775 retains good color. The oxidized case still retains ghosting of more graphics on front and sides.; 1 - Glass Jar with added American League Perfectos cigars label.; 1 - Glass Jar with a silver lid for Eugene Vallens & Co.’s Choice Cigars. Filled with King Edward cigars.; 1 - Brass Ship’s Helm Cigar Cutter. 5-3/4”T.; 1 - Brass Dog Ash Tray. 6-1/2”W.; 1 - Bennet & Sloan Co. Cigar Cutter. C. 1891.; 1 - Figural Pipe. Under the hinged lid of the bowl is where small cigars could be stored. Opening the hinged stem reveals a compartment for matches. (Good - Very Good). 200 - 600

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2777 - PERLA DEL MAR CERAMIC ADVERTISING SIGN. 1”L x 13-1/2”W x 16-1/2”T. Perla Del Mar cigars are made in Nicaragua on behalf of the J.C. Newman Cigar Company. This sign was made in China and uses high relief depicting a coastal scene with a ship and lighthouse. There is a scallop shaped chip in the bottom of the self-framing that is not visible from the front. (Good - Very Good). 200 - 500

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LOT - 2779

2778 - SIR WALTER RALEIGH TOBACCO TIN. 12-1/4”Dia. x 12”T. This tobacco tin remains in very good condition with only minor dents and oxidation. (Very Good). 100 - 300 2779 - CIGAR NEON SIGN. 10-1/2”L x 82”W x 14”T. This neon sign is mounted directly in front of translucent plastic with a picture of a cigar, appearing to smoke from one side. The neon tubing features colors of red, green and white. The sign has a light worn appearance but really needs some cleaning. This is not a standard shippable item and will require 3rd party shipping or pickup arrangements to be made. (Good - Very Good). 700 - 1,500

LOT - 2780 2780 - LOT OF 3: TOBACCO ADVERTISEMENTS. Largest: 23”L x 13”T x 1”D. Lot consists of 1 - Lucky Strike 1933 advertising poster showing a bride smoking a cigarette with text “I do” and “it’s toasted”. Showing some staining across the center. Matted and under glass. Measuring 13”L x 16-1/2”T x 1”D.; 1 - Old Gold 1931 advertising poster showing a baseball scene with text “Not a cough in a carload - the smoother and better cigarette”. Numbered 1700 at bottom left.; 1 - Old Gold 1930s advertisement showing a man in a car lighting a cigarette with text “Not a cough in a carload”. Marked No. 1136 in the lower corner. Showing damage to the center of the poster. Each is housed in a frame and maintains good color. (Good - Very Good). 200 - 500

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GOLD RUSH, WESTERN &

APRIL 12, 2019

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april 24 & 25, 2019 THE MOST HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT RUSSIAN BUILT SHOTGUN EXTANT

Nikita Krushchev’s 12 bore Tula sidelock with impeccable provenance displaying workmanship beyond reproach!

THE EPITOME OF THE LONDON “BEST” GUNMAKERS ART

Truly exceptional Boss 28 bore shotgun.

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www.GameRoomRepair.com

From Minor Repairs to Complete Restorations. Electrical, Mechanical, Parts Fabrication, Cabinet Refinishing, Printed Circuit Board Repair and Re-design www.youtube.com / user / keinert / videos

10% OFF ALL WORK WHEN YOU MENTION THIS AD Slot Machines Paces Races Pinball & Arcade Games, Beer Signs Jukeboxes, Vacuum Tube Radios Victrola & Edison Phonographs Cylinder & Disc Music Boxes Antique Clocks, Lionel Trains Buckley Bones, Bally Reliance & Mills Dice Payout Machines Rockola World Series Baseball Trade Stimulators, Candy & Soda Vending Machines Located in Santa Maria, CA 426

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America’s Premier

Advertising Show May 4 & 5, 2019

at the Boone County Fairgrounds Lebanon, Indiana Saturday 8am–5pm • Sunday 9am–1pm Admission $8 Entering its 47th year, dealers from around the country provide collectors with the best of the best.

Northstar Collective • 906-250-1618 • sales@indyadshow.com www.IndyAdShow.com • www.BooneCountyTreasureHunt.com www.MorphyAuctions.com | April 14, 2019

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New Saloon Book American Saloons

Pre-Prohibition Photographs

From the Author of Saloons - Bars - and Cigar Stores Over 200 duotone photographs including over 100 pictures of coin operated machines, also back bars, fixtures and taxidermy.

$20.00 plus $6.50 shipping and handling Order directly from the author or visit our website: Roger E. Kislingbury 267 North El Molino Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101 PH 626 792-4461 waldovan@sbcglobal.net

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