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Auctioneer Pook & Pook, Inc., Auctioneers and Appraisers (610) 2694040
Auction Date Dec 03 Auction
Location
463 East Lancaster Ave
Downingtown, PA
Time 10:00AM
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169.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork Kutsche motor car horseless carriage, 5" l.      Est. $200-300

 

170.        Lehmann tin lithograph wind-up Masuyama, 7 1/4" l.      Est. $600-800

 

171.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork Am Pol, 5 1/2" l.           Est. $200-300

 

172.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork IHI meat truck.             Est. $800-1,000

 

173.        Lehmann hand painted tin wind-up Bucking Bronco, 6 1/4" l.       Est. $200-300

 

174.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork Ajax with a polka dot outfit, 7" l.          Est. $500-600

 

175.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork flying bird, 7" l.             Est. $300-500

 

176.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork Ikarus airplane, 11" l. Est. $600-900

 

177.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork Daredevil, 7 1/4" l.      Est. $200-300

 

178.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork baker and chimney sweep, 5 1/4" l.    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

179.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork Tut Tut car with bellows, 6 3/4" l.         Est. $300-500

 

180.        Lehmann tin lithograph Duo, early flywheel version, 7 1/4" l.       Est. $400-600

 

181.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork Man Da Rin, 5 1/2" h.                Est. $1,000-1,500

 

182.        German hand painted clockwork clown riding a donkey, probably Gunthermann, 5 1/2" l.             Est. $100-200

 

183.        Charles Rossignol hand painted tin knife grinder cart toy with a flywheel, 5 1/2" l.              Est. $400-600

 

184.        Gunthermann hand painted tin clockwork ball twirling boy, 7 1/4" h.       Est. $300-400

 

185.        Ferdinand Martin hand painted tin clockwork violin player, 7 3/4" h.        Est. $300-500

 

186.        Ferdinand Martin hand painted tin clockwork woman washing clothes, 7 1/4" h.                Est. $1,200-1,500

 

187.        German tin lithograph clockwork billiards player, 7 1/4" w.            Est. $200-300

 

188.        German tin lithograph clockwork billiards players with players at opposing ends, 7 3/4" w.            Est. $200-300

 

189.        George Kellerman tin lithograph mechanical billiards player penny toy, 4" w.       Est. $100-150

 

190.        George Kellerman tin lithograph wind-up boat, airplane, and zeppelin toy, 8 1/2" dia.     Est. $200-300

 

191.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up New York city express with original plane, 9 1/4" dia.             Est. $100-150

 

192.        George Kellerman tin lithograph action toy golfer, 8 1/4" w.         Est. $200-300

 

193.        Gama tin lithograph lever action monkey in a cart toy, being pulled by a young girl in patriotic dress, 6" l.                Est. $200-300

 

194.        Fischer tin lithograph wind-up motorcycle, 6" l.  Est. $400-600

 

195.        George Kellerman tin lithograph wind-up Oriental acrobat toy, 7 1/2" h.                Est. $150-200

 

196.        J. L. Hess tin lithograph wind-up boy on sled, 6 3/8" l.      Est. $300-400

 

197.        German tin lithograph wind-up fighting roosters spring toy, 8 3/4" w.      Est. $200-300

 

198.        Unusual German composition and wood man riding an alligator clockwork toy, the gentleman in a top hat with mutton chops, 12 1/2" l.                Est. $400-600

 

199.        German composition and wood man riding a donkey pull toy, 7 1/2" l.    Est. $200-400

 

200.        Painted pine and composition articulated boy in a row boat pull toy, probably German, 8" l.         Est. $600-800

 

201.        German painted tin and composition clockwork dog cart with a doll, label inscribed Muschi, 10" l.              Est. $200-300

 

202.        French walking man with a flower cart pull toy, 11" l.       Est. $150-200

 

203.        Painted tin clockwork musical carousel roundabout, stamped V & R, 13 1/4" h.   Est. $600-800

 

204.        Gunthermann tin lithograph and hand painted musical clockwork carousel with children riding pigs and horses, 7 1/4" h.  Est. $400-600

 

205.        Meier tin lithograph carousel penny toy with children riding horses, 2 1/2" h.      Est. $200-300

 

206.        German hand painted tin clockwork football players, 9 1/4" w., together with an associated tin lithograph football.                Est. $300-500

 

207.        Gunthermann hand painted tin clockwork one-man band with a music box, 9 3/4" h.      Est. $300-400

 

208.        Gunthermann painted tin clockwork boy riding a dog on a rocker base, 7" l., together with a painted tin flapping goose, 6" l.          Est. $300-400

 

209.        Dayton tin lithograph friction boy on sled, 9" l.    Est. $100-150

 

210.        Two clockwork snake toys, one is hand painted tin, 9 3/4" l., the other is articulated painted wood, 13 1/2" l.       Est. $200-400

 

211.        Gunthermann hand painted tin clockwork clown and elephant playing a hand grinder, with a music box, 8 3/4" w.                Est. $800-1,200

 

212.        Gunthermann hand painted tin clockwork drummer with a dancing dog, 8 1/4" h.             Est. $200-400

 

213.        Gunthermann hand painted tin clockwork lobster, 8 1/4" l.          Est. $400-600

 

214.        Two German painted tin clockwork performer toys, to include a drummer with a dancing dog, 8 1/2" h., and a hand standing minstrel, 5" h. Est. $300-500

 

215.        German tin lithograph roadster with an interior flywheel and a nicely detailed driver, 5 1/2" l.     Est. $300-400

 

216.        Tin lithograph horse drawn coach floor toy with opening doors, 12" l.      Est. $150-250

 

217.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up police motorcycle with a siren, 8 1/4" l.         Est. $100-150

 

218.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up Moon Mullins & Kayo on a Handcar, in the original box, 6 1/2" l.        Est. $300-400

 

219.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up Red Cap Porter, 8 1/4" h.    Est. $100-200

 

220.        Unique Art tin lithograph wind-up Artie the clown car with collapsed box, 7" l.    Est. $100-150

 

221.        Argentina tin lithograph wind-up fox pushing a cart with a hen house, 4 1/2" h.  Est. $150-250

 

222.        Wolverine tin lithograph wind-up Zilotone with six records, 7" h.               Est. $150-250

 

223.        Ferdinand Strauss tin lithograph wind-up Jenny the Balking Mule, 10" l. Est. $100-150

 

224.        Wyandotte tin lithograph wind-up Humphrey Mobile, 8 1/2" l.   Est. $100-200

 

225.        Pair of Marx tin lithograph ballerina tops, 5 1/2" h., together with a Marx tin lithograph wind-up crawling soldier, 7 1/4" l.    Est. $100-150

 

226.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up Amos 'N' Andy Fresh Air Taxi, 8" l.   Est. $200-300

 

227.        Fischer tin lithograph wind-up Hi-Way Henry touring car with the original stove, 8 1/2" l.                Est. $300-400

 

228.        Distler tin lithograph wind-up Uncle Wiggily Crazy Car, Copyright by Howard R. Garis, 9 1/4" l.      Est. $600-800

 

229.        Nifty tin lithograph Spark Plug pull toy, Copyright 1924 King Features Syndicate, Inc., 9 1/4" l.       Est. $200-300

 

230.        Japanese tin and celluloid Henry motoring wind-up tricycle, 5" l.                Est. $200-300

 

231.        Nifty tin lithograph wind-up Barney Google riding Spark Plug, Copyright 1923-1924 by King Features Syndicate Inc., 6 3/4" l.    Est. $300-400

 

232.        Nifty tin lithograph wind-up The Powerful Katrinka, Copyright 1923 by Fontaine Fox, 5 1/4" h.     Est. $300-500

 

233.        Nifty tin lithograph wind-up Maggie and Jiggs platform spring toy, Copyright 1924 by Internat'l Feature Syndicate Geo McManus, 7" l.        Est. $300-500

 

234.        Lehmann tin lithograph clockwork Autobus, 8" l.               Est. $800-1,000

 

235.        Nifty tin lithograph wind-up Toonerville Trolley, Copyright 1922 by Fontaine Fox, 5" l.      Est. $400-500

 

236.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up Amos 'N' Andy Fresh Air Taxi, 8" l.   Est. $300-400

 

237.        Lehmann tin lithograph Kamerun internal wheel drive of an ostrich pulling a cart, 7" l.     Est. $200-300

 

238.        Two Bing tin lithograph clockwork autos, to include a Ford sedan, 6 1/2" l., and an open roadster, 6" l.     Est. $200-300

 

239.        Two Toonerville Trolleys, to include a penny toy, 1 3/4" h., and a slush metal, 3 1/2" h.    Est. $150-250

 

240.        Dent cast iron Nifty Toonerville Trolley, retaining its original box, 5 1/2" h.             Est. $200-300

 

241.        Nifty tin lithograph wind-up Toonerville Trolley, Copyright 1922 by Fontaine Fox, 6 3/4" h.             Est. $300-400

 

242.        Bing tin lithograph wind-up limousine with a driver, 6 1/2" l.         Est. $200-300

 

243.        Japanese tin lithograph wind-up Sports Land cart racing toy, base - 6 1/2" square.             Est. $150-250

 

244.        Two Lehmann tin wind-up toys, to include a "Balky Mule" with a clown driver, 7 1/2" l., and a horseless carriage with a driver, 5" l.       Est. $200-300

 

245.        German lithograph tin clockwork motorcycle, 7 1/2" l.     Est. $300-400

 

246.        French painted composition and tin clockwork lady orange cart vendor, 6 1/2" h.               Est. $200-400

 

247.        Martin hand painted tin clockwork climbing fireman, overall - 19 1/4" h. Est. $600-800

 

248.        Martin hand painted tin clockwork fireman with folding ladder, overall - 21 1/2" h.            Est. $300-400

 

249.        Tin toys, to include two seesaw gravity toys, one with Uncle Sam, 8" h., an early elephant and rider platform pull toy, 4" l., a dancing dog animated whistle, and a bell toy with a cast iron horse, 6 3/4" l.  Est. $100-200

 

250.        Ferdinand Martin tin lithograph wind-up mystery ball toy, 13 1/2" h.        Est. $300-400

 

251.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up climbing fireman, overall - 22" h.     Est. $100-150

 

252.        Wolverine tin lithograph clockwork Sunny Andy Fleet Flyer, retaining its original box, 25" l.           Est. $200-300

 

253.        Tin lithograph animated policeman vehicle signal sign, 8 1/4" h., together with a Chein tin lithograph traffic cop with a sign, 5 1/2" h. Est. $100-150

 

254.        Ranger tin lithograph wind-up pool players, 14" w.           Est. $100-200

 

255.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up knitting Minnie Mouse, 6 1/2" h., together with a U. S. Zone Germany tin lithograph wind-up Jumbo the elephant, 3 3/4" h.  Est. $100-200

 

256.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up Walt Disney's Donald Duck Duet, retaining the original box, 10" h., together with a Linemar tin lithograph wind-up Pluto trumpeter, 6 1/4" h.            Est. $200-400

 

257.        Three Marx tin lithograph wind-up tanks, to include a Rex Mars Planet Patrol space tank, 10" l., an E12 climbing tank with rubber treads, 9 1/2" l., and another Army tank, 10" l.           Est. $200-300

 

258.        Two tin lithograph Gama tanks, 5" l. and 3 1/2" l., together with a German anti-aircraft gun and a military car, probably Arnold, 4 1/4" l.              Est. $100-150

 

259.        Two tin lithograph wind-up toys, to include a Wyandotte Humphrey Mobile, 7" h., and a Marx Joe Penner walking toy, 8 1/4" h.      Est. $300-400

 

260.        Strauss tin lithograph clockwork Santee Claus toy with reindeer, 11" l.    Est. $300-400

 

261.        Nifty tin lithograph wind-up Maggie and Jiggs platform spring toy, Copyright 1924 by Internat'l Feature Syndicate Geo McManus, 7" l.        Est. $300-500

 

262.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up Amos 'N' Andy Fresh Air Taxi, 8" l.   Est. $300-400

 

263.        Five miscellaneous tin lithograph wind-up toys, to include a turkey, 4 1/4" h., a Daiya Japanese bucking bronco, 6 1/4" h., a MTU Native American on horseback, 5 3/4" h., a K Japanese jockey on a horse, 4" h., and a Haji Japanese Knight on a horse, retaining its original box, 4" h.             Est. $150-250

 

264.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up Ferdinand the Bull, in the original box, 6 1/2" l.         Est. $150-250

 

265.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up Little Orphan Annie and Sandy, retaining the original box for Annie, 5 1/4" h.             Est. $150-250

 

266.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up Dumbo, 4" h.            Est. $100-150

 

267.        Marx tin lithograph wind-up Marx Merry Makers band, 6" h. (missing one mouse)           Est. $150-250

 

268.        Gibbs tin lithograph golf game with a mahogany framed stand, four golf clubs, and balls, and the remains of a cardboard box lid, 23 1/2" square, together with a Palley tin lithograph golf game, copyright 1927, 21 1/2" x 15". Est. $150-250

 

269.        Two tin carousel toys, to include a horse drawn musical pull toy with horses and riders, flying the American flag, 6 1/4" h., and a German tin lithograph clockwork carousel, stamped Gesenia, 6" h.              Est. $300-400

 

270.        Ten tin lithograph plunger toys, to include a Felix the Cat thaumatrope, an airplane, a train, Amos, a German chef, a chimney sweep, a burning building, etc., largest - 6 1/2" h.           Est. $500-800

 

271.        Eight German tin lithograph animated pull string toys, to include a girl sitting on a chamber pot with a mouse, a bear with a bottle, a blinking eye, a girl emerging from a flower, a man with a top hat, a black Americana face, and two mirrored flip discs, tallest - 5".       Est. $300-400

 

272.        Four tin lithograph penny toys, to include a Meier boy on a rocking horse, animated pecking ducks, an animated large duck, and a horse drawn cab, largest - 3 3/4" l.        Est. $200-300

 

273.        Three tin lithograph penny toys, to include a Meier town car, 4" l., another Meier town car, 3" l., and a clockwork airplane, 6" l.      Est. $200-300

 

274.        German Stock clown in a barrel penny toy, 2 1/2" h.        Est. $150-250

 

275.        German tin lithograph pool player penny toy, 4" w.         Est. $100-150

 

276.        German Gunthermann tin wind-up pool player, with a reproduction box, 4 1/2" h., 6 1/4" w.       Est. $200-400

 

277.        Two Gunthermann tin clockwork pool players, to include one with a black coat, 6" h., 8" w., and another, 6" h., 11" w.           Est. $200-400

 

278.        Tin lithograph squeeze penny toy boxers, 6" h.  Est. $150-250

 

279.        Five tin penny toys, to include a George Fisher fire pumper and ladder truck, a horseless carriage fire pumper, a wind-up crawler, and another ladder truck, longest - 3".                Est. $200-300

 

280.        J. L. Hess tin lithograph eleven-piece flotilla with five tow bars, two boats are wind-up, largest - 8 3/4".  Est. $600-900

 

281.        Arnold tin wind-up ocean liner play set, retaining the original box, liner converts to a battleship and freight ships, 8" l.              Est. $300-400

 

282.        Painted metal deep sea diver figure, probably Bing, to include the original axe, a glass domed light, and a rubber coated wire, 7 1/2" h.     Est. $400-600

 

283.        Scarce Cooperative Wholesale Society tin lithograph advertising biscuit truck for Crumpsall Cream Crackers with battery operated lights, 9 3/4" l.                Est. $800-1,200

 

284.        Tin lithograph Moxie advertising horse car, Copyright 1916, 8" l. Est. $600-800

 

285.        Rich Toy Company National Biscuit Company painted wood and tin tractor trailer delivery truck, 16" l.      Est. $200-300

 

286.        Fourteen Marx tin lithograph Home Town play sets, to include Savings Bank, Your Favorite Store, Meat Market, Grocery Store, Movie Theatre, Fire House, and eight home room settings, 3" h., 5" w.    Est. $500-800

 

287.        Two Marx tin lithograph Home Town play sets, retaining their original boxes, to include the Drug Store and Police Station, 3" h., 5" w.         Est. $150-250

 

288.        Marx tin lithograph Roadside Rest Service Station with a motor oil cart, a car, a case of motor oil, a water can, a spark plug sign, etc., 6" h., 13" w. Provenance: Toy Museum of Atlanta. Est. $300-400

 

289.        Three tin lithograph carousel toys, to include a Wolverine musical friction with its original box, 12" h., another Wolverine musical friction, 8 1/4" h., and an ATC Japanese musical carousel with space capsules and a space ship, 7" h.   Est. $200-300

 

290.        Four Chein amusement park rides, to include a lithographed tin Ferris wheel with a box, a roller coaster, 19" l., a swing ride, and a carousel.           Est. $250-450

 

291.        Two Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed comic Saba figures, in their original outfits, to include a Happy Hooligan, 8 1/4" h. and an Andy Gump, 8 1/2" h.       Est. $400-600

 

292.        Koko the Clown doll, cloth dressed figure made with Bucherer doll parts, 9" h.   Est. $200-300

 

293.        Four Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed comic Saba figures, in their original outfits, tallest - 8".      Est. $400-600

 

294.        Five Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed Saba figures, in their original outfits, tallest - 8".   Est. $500-800

 

295.        Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed Peter Rabbit Saba figure, in original outfit, 8" h.             Est. $300-500

 

296.        Two Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed clown Saba figures, tallest - 8 1/2".             Est. $200-300

 

297.        Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed Mutt and Jeff Saba figures, in original outfits, 6 1/4" h. and 8" h.            Est. $200-300

 

298.        Two Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed comic Saba figures, in their original outfits, to include Foxy Grandpa and Jiggs, tallest - 8".               Est. $400-600

 

299.        Six Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed Reg'lar Fellers comic Saba figures, five in their original outfits, tallest - 8 1/4".                Est. $500-800

 

300.        Four Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed Katzenjammer kids comic Saba figures, to include The Captain, Mama, Fritz, and Hans, in their original outfits, tallest - 8" h.   Est. $800-1,200

 

301.        Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed Charlie Chaplin Saba figure, in original outfit, with a cane, 8" h.               Est. $400-600

 

302.        Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed Rudolph Valentino figure, 7 1/2" h.      Est. $300-500

 

303.        Two Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed Pinocchio Saba figures, in their original boxes, to include Pinocchio, 8 1/2" h., and an undressed figure with a pose booklet, 8" h.          Est. $400-600

 

304.        Two Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed woman and gentleman Saba figures, in their original box, 8" h.     Est. $300-500

 

305.        Swiss Bucherer metal ball jointed black Americana figure, in its original outfit, 8" h.           Est. $200-400

 

306.        Three cast iron still bank buildings, to include a J. & E. Stevens roof bank, 5 1/2" h., a small A. C. Williams domed bank, 3" h., and a large A. C. Williams domed bank, 4 3/4" h.        Est. $100-200

 

307.        Two A. C. Williams painted cast iron still banks, to include a camel, 7 1/4" h., and a donkey, 6 3/4" h.         Est. $200-300

 

308.        Three painted cast iron still banks, to include a begging bear, 5 3/8" h., a rooster, 5" h., and a bird on a stump, 5" h.                Est. $250-350

 

309.        Painted cast iron Shellout still bank, 2 1/2" h.       Est. $200-300

 

310.        Three A. C. Williams painted cast iron still banks, to include a lion on wheels, 4 5/8" h., a Be Wise Save Money owl, 5" h., and a decorated horse on a tub, 5 1/2" h.  Est. $250-350

 

311.        Large cast iron Property of Equitable Loan & Savings Ass'n, Dayton O. still bank, 10 1/2" h.             Est. $300-500

 

312.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron World's Fair mechanical bank, 6 1/2" h.  Est. $400-600

 

313.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Indian shooting bear mechanical bank, 7 1/2" h.                Est. $1,200-1,500

 

314.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron New Creedmore mechanical bank, 6 3/4" h.        Est. $600-800

 

315.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Darktown Battery mechanical bank, 7" h.             Est. $1,200-1,500

 

316.        J. & E. Stevens nickel plated cast iron pig in high chair mechanical bank, 5 3/4" h.                Est. $1,000-1,500

 

317.        Keyser & Rex cast iron boy stealing watermelon mechanical bank, 5" h. Est. $600-800

 

318.        Kilgore cast iron frog on rock mechanical bank, 2 3/4" h. Est. $600-800

 

319.        Keyser & Rex cast iron Organ mechanical bank, 6" h.       Est. $200-300

 

320.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron cabin mechanical bank, 3 3/4" h.               Est. $300-500

 

321.        J. & E. Steven painted cast iron Bad Accident mechanical bank, 6" h.        Est. $1,500-2,000

 

322.        J. & E. Stevens painted cast iron cabin mechanical bank, 3 3/4" h.              Est. $300-500

 

323.        Shepard Hardware Company cast iron Trick Pony mechanical bank, 8" h.                Est. $600-800

 

324.        Keyser & Rex cast iron performing bear mechanical bank with clockwork action, 5 1/4" h.              Est. $800-1,000

 

325.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Tammany mechanical bank, 6" h.             Est. $300-500

 

326.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron milking cow mechanical bank, later casting, 5 1/4" h.       Est. $200-300

 

327.        Keyser & Rex cast iron Organ mechanical bank with a dancing cat and dog, 7 1/2" h.         Est. $600-800

 

328.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron owl turns head mechanical bank, 7 1/2" h.           Est. $200-400

 

329.        Kilgore cast iron owl mechanical bank with a slot in the head, 5 3/4" h.    Est. $800-1,200

 

330.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron William Tell mechanical bank, 6 1/2" h.   Est. $600-800

 

331.        Keyser & Rex cast iron Organ mechanical bank, small version, 3 3/4" h.   Est. $400-600

 

332.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron mule entering barn mechanical bank, 5 1/2" h.   Est. $600-800

 

333.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Hall's Liliput mechanical bank, 4 1/2" h.  Est. $400-600

 

334.        Shepard Hardware Company cast iron Punch and Judy mechanical bank, 7 1/2" h.             Est. $1,200-1,500

 

335.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Shoot the Chute mechanical bank, third casting, with a slide lid wooden box and nickel-plated Buster Brown and Tige riding the sled, with red highlighted sides, 11 1/4" h.           Est. $2,000-2,500

 

336.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Creedmore mechanical bank, 6 1/2" h.  Est. $300-400

 

337.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Always did 'spise a mule mechanical bank with a jockey, 8" h.     Est. $800-1,000

 

338.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Always did 'spise a mule mechanical bank with boy on bench, 6" h.          Est. $800-1,200

 

339.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron eagle and eaglets mechanical bank, 6" h.              Est. $400-600

 

340.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Halls Excelsior mechanical bank, 5 1/4" h.              Est. $300-400

 

341.        Enterprise Mfg. Company cast iron Independence Hall still bank, 8 3/4" h.             Est. $300-400

 

342.        Keyser & Rex cast iron Zoo mechanical bank, 4 1/4" h.    Est. $600-800

 

343.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Magic mechanical bank, 5" h.     Est. $400-500

 

344.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Novelty mechanical bank, 6 3/4" h.          Est. $1,000-1,500

 

345.        Exceptional J. & E. Stevens cast iron Magic mechanical bank, in scarce green and red paint, 5 1/4" h.         Est. $3,000-4,000

 

346.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron William Tell mechanical bank, 6 1/2" h.   Est. $300-500

 

347.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron eagle and eaglets mechanical bank, 6" h.              Est. $200-400

 

348.        Shepard Hardware cast iron Trick Dog mechanical bank, 7 1/2" h.               Est. $150-250

 

349.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Jolly black man mechanical bank, 6 1/2" h.            Est. $300-400

 

350.        J. & E. Stevens cast iron Indian shooting bear mechanical bank, 7 1/2" h.                Est. $300-400

 

351.        Framed Tammany printing block, embossed wood block set in a velvet lined, framed shadow box, block - 3 3/4" h., 2 1/2" w., frame - 11 3/4" x 13 1/4".         Est. $100-150

 

352.        Cast iron Admiral Dewey cannon with a relief image on both sides, 11 3/4" l.        Est. $200-300

 

353.        Ives cast iron horse drawn Phoenix - Fire Patrol wagon, overall - 21" l., together with a Hubley cast iron horse drawn fire pumper with a nickel-plated pumper, overall - 19 1/2" l.        Est. $400-800

 

354.        Cast iron horse drawn fire pumper, overall - 19" l.             Est. $200-400

 

355.        Kingsbury pressed steel Fire Station no. 8 and wind-up fire pumper, station - 10" h., 8 3/4" w.     Est. $200-250

 

356.        Kingsbury tin wind-up fire pumper, 10" l.              Est. $100-150

 

357.        Kenton cast iron Overland Circus band wagon, to include two riders, a driver, and six musicians, overall - 15 1/4" l.                Est. $400-800

 

358.        Two Kenton cast iron Overland Circus horse drawn cage wagons, each with two riders, a driver, and a polar bear, overall - 14" l.     Est. $300-400

 

359.        Hubley cast iron horse drawn Royal Circus cage wagon with a lion and a driver, 15 3/4" l.                Est. $300-400

 

360.        Hubley cast iron horse drawn Royal Circus cage wagon with a bear and a driver, 15 3/4" l.              Est. $200-400

 

361.        Two cast iron horse drawn fire ladder wagons, 16" l. and 17" l.    Est. $150-250

 

362.        Three American cast iron toys, to include an Ives walking elephant, 3 1/2" l., a horse drawn sulky with an incorrect female driver, 12" l., and a mule drawn dray (incomplete), 13 1/2" l.        Est. $200-300

 

363.        U. S. Hardware cast iron nine-man rowing scull pull toy, to include a coxswain and eight rowers, 14 1/4" l.              Est. $1,200-1,600

 

364.        Hubley cast iron and aluminum grasshopper pull toy with articulated legs and clicker, 11 1/2" l.   Est. $300-500

 

365.        Gong Bell Mfg. cast iron Wild Mule Jack bell toy, 8 1/4" l.               Est. $200-300

 

366.        Harris cast iron Trolley car floor train, 7 3/4" l.      Est. $150-250

 

367.        Early American painted tin horse platform toy with a lady riding side saddle, 4 1/4" h., 4 1/2" l.    Est. $300-400

 

368.        Early American painted tin Clipper five-piece floor train set, engine - 5" l.              Est. $300-500

 

369.        Early American painted tin America clockwork floor train, 8 1/2" l.             Est. $300-400

 

370.        Stevens and Brown tin and wood clockwork train engine with a stenciled cab and front, 9 1/2" l.                Est. $300-400

 

371.        Early American tin Firefly floor train, 7" l.               Est. $400-800

 

372.        Althof Bergman painted tin and cast iron two-horse gig with a painted composition figure with tin hands and boots, a scarce toy and even more so with the black figure dressed in a very early replaced jacket and two-color cap, retaining the original pants, although seriously frayed; body of gig retains original but has a faded paint surface, strong clockwork mechanism propels toy and imparts galloping motion to horses, both retaining strong original paint, 17" l.             Est. $2,000-3,000

 

373.        Clockwork dancing black Americana figures on an oak finger jointed box with a decal of a young girl, overall - 10" h.                Est. $400-600

 

374.        Ives composition and wood clockwork Our New Clergyman black Americana toy, in its original pine slide lid box with an excellent paper label, 10 3/4" h.          Est. $3,000-4,000

 

375.        French Lanterne Magique magic lantern, in the original display box, with a painted tin lantern with lenses, candles, slides, and an instruction booklet, 17 1/4" w.       Est. $800-1,200

 

376.        Rare Georg Levy clockwork thaumatrope The New Mechanical Cinema with images on paper inserts of boxers, kids on a seesaw, a man chopping wood, and soccer players, together with a tin lithograph bust of a child on top of a circular frame and a winding turned wood handle, 9 1/2" h., a German tin lithograph thaumatrope with soccer players, a cardboard Magic Pictures alphabet viewer, 4 1/4" w., and a Colmor Moviescope, 5" w.         Est. $400-600

 

377.        German Earnest Plank Magic Lantern, in its original box, with twelve glass slides, a Keystone Authorized Operator License button, and tickets, together with eight large painted slides, 3 1/2" x 9 3/4".        Est. $100-200

 

378.        Wheel of Life Zoetrope, London, Stereoscopic & Photographic Compy with twenty-five early two-color image strips, an original series guide for the images, and a tin drum, approximately 8" h., 12" d.               Est. $200-300

 

379.        French Cij Le Cueilleur de Pommes (The Apple Picker) paper lithograph over wood animated toy, in its original box, 10 1/2" h.             Est. $200-400

 

380.        French Henry Jewitt man riding a horse, modeled on Crandall's John Gilpin toy, lithograph paper on wood, in its original pine slide lid box, figure - 9" h.   Est. $150-250

 

381.        French Watilliaux paper lithograph over wood Aventures de Coquenano comic figure and his horse toy, in its original pine slide lid box, French version of Crandall John Gilpin, horse - 10 1/2" h.           Est. $150-250

 

382.        Crandall's Building Blocks and acrobats, to include a no. 3 building set, with its original box, 10" x 6", a four-piece acrobat set, in its original box bottom, a John Gilpin figure, and six other acrobats.            Est. $200-300

 

383.        Spear's Performing Dogs cardboard and wood play set, in its original box, by J. W. S. & S. Bavaria, to include five dogs, ramps, ladders, barrels, etc., 14 1/4" x 10 1/4".       Est. $150-250

 

384.        Spear Works Tiny Town Conductor Game, in its original box, together with a Tiny Town G. P. O. post office, in its original box, and a Tiny Town Parcel Post game, in its original box.             Est. $200-250

 

385.        Toy ticker tape device, tin lithograph and painted wood with a rubber type wheel, 8 1/2" h.         Est. $300-400

 

386.        Paper lithograph post office play set, 16" h., 22 3/4" w.  Est. $200-300

 

387.        Bliss paper lithograph Rough & Ready no. 2 horse drawn fire ladder truck with two drivers and two ladders, 30" l.                Est. $1,500-2,000

 

388.        Paper lithograph over wood horse drawn fire pumper, probably Bliss, 15" l.         Est. $400-600

 

389.        Painted wood Hook and Ladder Fire Dept. ladder truck with tin wheels and a driver, 16 1/2" l.     Est. $300-500

 

390.        Bliss paper lithograph U. S. Grant train locomotive and tender, the tender inscribed Golden Gate Special, engine - 14 1/2" l.              Est. $300-500

 

391.        Milton Bradley paper lithograph over wood Transit railroad engine, 8" l. Est. $100-150

 

392.        Paper lithograph train engines and cars, probably Bliss, to include two no. 61 engines, an Adirondack Road baggage car, an Adirondack Road Lake Placid car, a NY Central Railroad baggage car, a NY Central Railroad Pawtucket car, and a Black Diamond passenger car, engines - 7 1/4" l.           Est. $300-500

 

393.        W. S. Reed paper lithograph Ocean Queen paddlewheel riverboat, 22" l.               Est. $500-800

 

394.        W. S. Reed paper lithograph Puritan paddlewheel riverboat, 35 1/2" l.    Est. $600-800

 

395.        Large paper lithograph over wood Oregon battleship, 34 1/2" l.  Est. $600-800

 

396.        W. S. Reed paper lithograph on wood Ocean Wave of Leominster schooner, re-issue May 16, 1882, 23" h., 31" l.                Est. $400-600

 

397.        Paper lithograph Terror no. 279 USN battleship, probably W. S. Reed, 30" l.          Est. $800-1,200

 

398.        Bliss paper lithograph Rover battleship with a shooting mechanism, 19 1/4" l.      Est. $100-200

 

399.        Bliss paper lithograph over wood New York battleship, 29" l.       Est. $400-600

 

400.        Forbes paper lithograph over wood battleship, with marble shooting cannon, 11 1/4" l.  Est. $300-500

 

401.        W. S. Reed paper lithograph on wood Providence sidewheeler riverboat, 19 1/2" l.          Est. $200-250

 

402.        Bliss paper lithograph over wood Monitor warship, 25" l.               Est. $600-800

 

403.        W. S. Reed paper lithograph over wood Floating Palace sidewheeler riverboat, 24" l.       Est. $200-400

 

404.        Paper lithograph over wood City of New York paddlewheel riverboat, probably Milton Bradley Co., 20" l.              Est. $200-400

 

405.        Paper lithograph over wood Sea Lark toy ship, the front flag inscribed L. M. B. Co., 17 1/2" l.         Est. $200-300

 

406.        New York Tug Boat Co. paper lithograph boat, 10" l., together with a New York Canal Boat Co. barge, 12 1/2" l., and a Lake Michigan Barge Co. paper lithograph boat, 18 3/4" l.           Est. $400-600

 

407.        Paper lithograph Fort Sumter target with original flags, overall - 22" h., 17" w.     Est. $200-300

 

408.        Mcloughlin Brothers Cob House Blocks paper lithograph over wood alphabet and building blocks, retaining its original box, 11 1/4" square, together with Hill's Union College - The Village School building blocks, retaining the bottom of the original box, 11 1/4" x 8 1/2".              Est. $200-400

 

409.        Painted horse drawn Milk wagon pull toy, overall - 17" l.                Est. $150-250

 

410.        Goat pull toy, probably German, having a fur covered goat pulling a painted pine cart, overall - 20" l.        Est. $300-500

 

411.        Composition platform horse pull toy, with a dappled surface and iron wheels, 18" h., 17 1/2" l.   Est. $200-300

 

412.        Morton Converse painted wood platform horse pull toy with a nice dry dapple gray surface and a horse hair mane and tail, 22" h., 21" l. Provenance: Bernard Barenholtz collection, Sotheby's Auction, January 1990, lot 1679.         Est. $400-600

 

413.        German painted pine horse stall with a horse pull toy, to include a rake, a lantern, a dust pan, a brush, a shove, and a horse comb, stall - 18" h, 13 1/4" d.       Est. $200-300

 

414.        Shefield Farms Company painted wood horse drawn milk wagon with a bottle crate, 21" l., together with an American Dairy horse drawn milk wagon with accessories, 14 1/2" l., and a horse platform pull toy.           Est. $400-500

 

415.        Horse drawn wood wagon pull toy with a pair of fabric covered horses on a shaped platform, overall - 29 1/2" l. Est. $300-400

 

416.        Painted wood horse drawn St. Claus Dealer in Good Things pull toy wagon, together with miscellaneous toys, overall - 28 1/2" l.             Est. $300-400

 

417.        Large embossed glass Santa Claus Christmas light bulb, overall - 9 1/2" h.               Est. $75-125

 

418.        Mickey Mouse doll, finely crafted velvet and felt doll, licensed by George Borgfeldt, but maker unknown, possibly early unmarked Knickerbocker, 19" h. Differences between this and the other Borgfeldt doll in this sale are eye size, gauge of stitching on gloves, and the rubber tail; all of which suggests that this was among the first Mickey dolls made before design standards were set, both feet are imprinted Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse, design patent 82803, George Borgfeldt & Co., New York.  Est. $3,000-5,000

 

419.        Mickey Mouse doll, finely crafted velvet and felt doll, licensed by George Borgfeldt, but maker unknown, possibly an early unmarked Knickerbocker, 19" h. Differences between this and the other Borgfeldt doll in this sale are eye size, gauge of stitching on gloves, and cloth tail; all of which suggests that this was among the first Mickey dolls made before fabrication standards were set. In this example, one foot is imprinted Geo. Borgfeldt & Co., New York/Distributor, the other foot is imprinted Design Patent No. and two other smudged lines, which presumably read "Walt Disney's/Mickey Mouse".              Est. $3,000-5,000

 

420.        Knickerbocker Toy Co. Minnie Mouse cloth doll, ca. 1935, in her colorful Sunday Best Easter outfit, with composition shoes and a felt wrap with an appliqué flower, 12" h.      Est. $3,000-4,000

 

421.        Knickerbocker Toy Co. Mickey Mouse cloth doll, ca. 1935, in his colorful Sunday Best Easter outfit, with a felt shoulder jacket with an appliqué flower, retaining the original string tag, 12" h.  Est. $3,000-4,000

 

422.        Knickerbocker Toy Co. Mickey Mouse "Two Gun" cowboy cloth doll, ca. 1935, with original outfit to include a hat, chaps, guns, composition shoes, and a lariat rope, also retaining the original string tag, 12" h.      Est. $2,000-2,500

 

423.        Knickerbocker Toy Co. Mickey Mouse Drum Major cloth doll, ca. 1935, with original outfit to include composition shoes, a felt suit with yellow rickrack trim, a hat, and a wood baton, retaining the original string tag, 12" h.            Est. $2,000-2,500

 

424.        Pair of Steiff Mickey and Minnie Mouse cloth dolls, ca. 1932-1936, both with very bright color, paper tags, and foot stamps, 7" h.      Est. $1,000-1,500

 

425.        Exceptional matched pair of Steiff Mickey and Minnie Mouse cloth dolls, ca. 1932-1936, both with open mouths and paper tags, Mickey with an ear button, Minnie lacking button, but retaining her flower adorned hat, 9" h.            Est. $3,000-4,000

 

426.        Pair of Steiff Mickey and Minnie Mouse cloth dolls, ca. 1932-1936, both with bright color, paper tags, and foot stamps, Mickey with rare green pants, 5" h.        Est. $800-1,000

 

427.        Steiff Mickey Mouse cloth doll, ca. 1932, with a chest tag, a hand numbered cloth tag, a foot stamp, and an ear button, 7" h.      Est. $600-700

 

428.        Unusual Mickey Mouse cloth doll, ca. 1935, probably by Dean's Rag Co., with a toothy mouth, and the original leather, velvet and silk outfit over wire movable arms and rigid legs, 7" h.             Est. $700-900

 

429.        Pair of Dean's Rag Co., England, Mickey and Minnie Mouse cloth dolls, ca. 1933, with metal buttons, they appear to have always been a pair since day of purchase, 9" h.       Est. $1,200-1,500

 

430.        Character Novelty Co. Mickey Mouse cloth doll, made primarily of felt, with corduroy pants and shoes, a printed ear tag, and an inoperable interior squeaker, 18" h. Provenance: Michael Del Castello.   Est. $700-900

 

431.        Pair of homemade Mickey and Minnie Mouse cloth dolls, ca. 1932-1939, using McCall Co. pattern no. 91, which was released by Disney using original Charlotte Clark patterns, 17" h.               Est. $300-500

 

432.        Gund Donald Duck and his nephews cloth dolls, ca. 1950, to include nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie, all with sewn labels, 12" h.          Est. $300-400

 

433.        Gund Donald Duck cloth doll, ca. 1950, with the original box, an oil cloth face, and a sewn tag, 15" h.         Est. $300-400

 

434.        Three Hubley painted cast iron comic character figures, to include Popeye, Olive Oyl, and Whimpie, 3 1/4" h.      Est. $300-400

 

435.        Marx tin lithograph Popeye Pirate Pistol, retaining the original box, Copyright 1929 by King Features Syndicate, 10" l.                Est. $300-500

 

436.        German Popeye pewter chocolate mold with three figures, stamped H. Walter Berlin - Van Emden Co. New York, 7 3/4" h., 8" w.      Est. $150-250

 

437.        Four contemporary Toonerville track trolleys and a station, to include two HO gauge, one Rich-art and one Kemron with its original box, two O gauge, the larger by C & M, and a station and figures, made by Lyle Cain.        Est. $400-600

 

438.        Ceramic Mickey McGuire figure, together with a metal Mickey McGuire figure next to a lamp post, 5 3/4" h., four bisque Toonerville folks, and a bisque trolley in a box, tallest - 3 1/4".      Est. $150-250

 

439.        Two painted wood Spark Plug pull toys, Copyright 1922 by King Features, 10 1/2" l. and 5" l., together with a German bisque figure of Barney Google and Spark Plug, 3" h.     Est. $200-300

 

440.        Three painted glass candy containers, to include Barney Google, Spark Plug, and an Amos 'N' Andy taxi, 4 1/2" l., together with four Pepsodent cardboard cutouts of Amos 'N' Andy characters, tallest - 5 1/2".   Est. $200-300

 

441.        Painted glass Toonerville Depot Line candy container, 3 1/2" h.  Est. $300-400

 

442.        Jaymar complete set of comic Make your own Funnies jointed figures, in their original boxes, to include an unassembled Popeye, Moon Mullins, Kayo, Chinaman, Komical Kop, Little Orphan Annie, Indian, Sandy, Funny Frog, and Comical Mouse, 4 1/2" h.              Est. $400-600

 

443.        Jaymar Amos 'N' Andy jointed wood dolls, 5 3/4" h.         Est. $200-300

 

444.        Eleven Jaymar jointed wood comic characters, to include Pluto, Popeye, Olive Oyl, Jeep, Betty Boop, etc., tallest - 5".          Est. $200-300

 

445.        Eleven Jaymar jointed wood children's book characters, to include Red Riding Hood, Humpty Dumpty, Puss in Boots, etc., tallest - 5 1/2".           Est. $200-300

 

446.        Cameo Products jointed wood and composition General Electric Radio Bandy Bandmaster figure, 18 3/4" h., together with a paper puppet card. Provenance: Toy Museum of Atlanta.            Est. $300-400

 

447.        Cameo Products jointed wood and composition Hotpoint doll, 13 3/4" h.               Est. $200-300

 

448.        RCA Radiotrons painted wood jointed advertising doll, 16" h.      Est. $500-800

 

449.        Buddy Lee composition doll with a Minneapolis Moline outfit, 12 1/2" h.                Est. $150-250

 

450.        Composition Ralph Freundlich Inc. Little Orphan Annie and Sandy Doll, in its original box, with a booklet and a hang tag, doll - 11" h. Est. $500-600

 

451.        Buck Rogers Midget Caster set, in original box bottom, lacking top, together with an empty box for a different version of the set.           Est. $150-250

 

452.        Ideal painted wood and composition King Little jointed figure, Copyright 1939, 13" h., together with a painted wood and composition jointed Pinkie figure, 9 1/2" h. Est. $200-300

 

453.        Ideal jointed comic character dolls, to include Jiminy Cricket and Pinocchio painted wood jointed dolls, 8 1/2" h., a flexy Mortimor Snerd, 12 1/2" h., a Fanny Brice marionette doll, 11" h., and a Pete the pup, 10" h., together with a Cameo painted wood jointed Howdy Doody figure, 13" h.           Est. $200-400

 

454.        Set of five Freundlich composition WWII military dolls, to include General MacArthur, W.A.V.E.S., W.A.A.C., a sailor, and a soldier, together with an Ideal composition doughboy doll, tallest - 18 1/4".             Est. $400-600

 

455.        Somerville Limited anti-German and Russian Adolph and Joe Dart Game, in its original box, with a double sided board, stand, two darts, and a score keeper, made in Canada, 10" x 14".                Est. $200-300

 

456.        Paper lithograph over wood anti-Hitler animated push toy, 32 1/2" l.       Est. $300-400

 

457.        Five WWII related items, to include a plaster anti-Hitler pin cushion, inscribed Stick a pin in the axis, 6 3/4" h., a plaster figural Mussolini ashtray, 5" h., a Hitler and bomb cardboard ring catch game, a papier-mâché bomb bank, and a pig bank with a Hitler face.  Est. $150-250

 

458.        M. Hohner Aero Band zeppelin harmonica, in its original box, together with C. A. Seydel Graf Zeppelin harmonica, 4" l.        Est. $100-150

 

459.        Unusual painted tin soldier cap shooting push toy holding a gun with a roll of caps inside the chest cavity, 17" h. Provenance: Toy Museum of Atlanta.    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

460.        Joseph Barten, Philadelphia Bailey Columbian air rifle, nickel-plated cast iron, with a steel barrel and wood stock, with ornate castings that depict buffalo, dogs, and a bear on one side and deer on the reverse, 27" l.      Est. $200-300

 

461.        Twenty-two dexterity puzzles and mirror back discs, puzzles include a very scarce Rasers Root Beer Puzzle Box, largest - 2 1/2" dia.          Est. $300-400

 

462.        Sixteen souvenir plaques, glass over lithograph images, most are Universal Theatres Concession Co., Chicago, Illinois, 2" dia.    Est. $200-300

 

463.        Rare Meier tin lithograph Wright Brothers style bi-plane penny toy with a pilot, wingspan - 3".    Est. $600-800

 

464.        German jockey on horse toy, clockwork lithographed tin toy, marked Made in Germany, 4 1/2" h.            Est. $100-150

 

465.        Animated painted tin clock penny toy, as the clock hands move, the clown waves his hand and the dog rears up, 3 3/4" h.  Est. $200-400

 

466.        Two composition German soldier figures, to include a Lineol Adolph Hitler with a movable salute arm, 3" h., and an Elastolin pigeon handler with a German Shepard dog and a cage, 3" h.    Est. $200-300

 

467.        Framed collection of Britains painted slush metal Cadbury's Cococub animals and figures, to include thirteen figures, a group of twenty-one Cococub news magazines from 1936 to 1938, a tin canister, a membership badge, a Christmas card, and two faux embossed wax chocolate bars, case - 27" h., 19" w.              Est. $300-500

 

468.        Thirty-nine miniature souvenir penny toys from Universal Theatres Concession Co., Chicago, Illinois, to include a tin roulette wheel, matchbox room settings, a Maggie and Jiggs painted paper roll, a composition Charlie Chaplin, a wooden boat, mirrors, tokens, etc.           Est. $200-300

 

469.        German cold painted bronze six-piece frog band, to include a conductor and five musicians, tallest - 1 1/2".         Est. $300-400

 

470.        Eight carnival chalk character figures, to include Superman, topless women, a sailor, soldiers, etc., tallest - 16 1/2".                Est. $200-300

 

471.        Figural painted cast iron inkwell, cigarette box, and bookend, to include a comical gentleman inside a barrel inkwell with pen rest arms, 4" h., a painted cast iron pelican Gulpy cigarette box, ash tray, and match holder, 9" h., and a Hubley painted cast iron clown bookend, 6" h.  Est. $150-250

 

472.        Five composition Rittgers sporting figures, to include two wrestlers, two bowlers, and an umpire, tallest - 8 1/2".                Est. $100-200

 

473.        Doll et Cie vertical steam engine, tin boiler with a cast iron base, embossed D & C on the underside, 14 1/2" h.    Est. $300-400

 

474.        Unusual German painted tin steam toy workshop, probably Bing, having six workers under a canopy including a drill press, a table saw, a grinding wheel, a chopping block, a saw, and an anvil, 11" h., 26 1/2" w.        Est. $200-400

 

475.        Four tin live steam toy accessories, to include a Doll et Cie chicken roaster, a Bing meat cutter, a sausage maker, and a Bing cobbler, tallest - 6".            Est. $300-500

 

476.        Schoenner live steam Le Belle painted tin river boat, 18 1/4" l.    Est. $300-500

 

477.        Live steam wooden launch boat Meteor with painted British flags, 17" l.                Est. $300-500

 

478.        Five electric motors, together with a Hoyt voltammeter, all mounted on cast iron, wood, and sheet metal bases, one marked Weede, one marked Dunnel & Co., dated 1900, others unmarked, largest - 7 1/2" l.               Est. $200-300

 

479.        Electric steam engine with a tin ferris wheel, unbranded, mounted on a wood base, 16" h., 20" l.              Est. $100-200

 

480.        German Doll et Cie painted tin Ferris wheel steam toy accessory with six gondolas and composition riders, 15 1/4" h.            Est. $1,000-1,500

 

481.        Large electric carousel music box display with nine dressed celluloid children riding on painted composition horses surrounding a mirrored center column, a cloth canopy, and a lithograph paper covered wood base which houses a keywind music box, 23" h., 20" dia.            Est. $800-1,200

 

482.        Exceptional Marklin painted tin pram doll carriage, early style, with a silk accordion canopy, a turned wood handle, and the sides decorated in an Art Nouveau floral motif, 7 1/2" h., 8 1/2" l.             Est. $1,500-2,500

 

483.        Richter tin lithograph horse drawn Tramway Company trolley with images of passenger windows below several advertising placards, 12 1/2" l., together with an Amsterdam framed paper Tramway-Spel gameboard, 16 1/2" x 22".      Est. $1,000-1,200

 

484.        Two German composition nodding figures, to include a Brownie seated in an egg and a tall nodding man, 12 1/2" h., together with a standing policeman candy container.      Est. $200-300

 

485.        German bisque doll playing cymbals automated pull toy with a paper lithograph covered platform, the doll stamped 12/0, overall - 12 1/2" h.                Est. $200-400

 

486.        Clover Skeeing marble game, in its original box, 12 1/4" x 8 1/2", together with two tin and wood skiers, 4 1/2" h.                Est. $100-200

 

487.        Toy theater with elaborate proscenium on a wood base, 26 1/2" h., 24" w., the paper scenery that came with the theater has been mounted in three shadow boxes and containing fifteen composition marionettes, 15 1/2" h., 21 1/2" w.                Est. $400-600

 

488.        Bil Baird Utica Club Beer painted wood beer stein puppets, to include thirteen different personalities used in ninety-six different commercials aired in the early 1960's, together with a series of five different lids for "Schultz," a glass mug, and the original travel crates, tallest - 17 1/2".         Est. $1,000-2,000

 

489.        Five German composition marionettes, to include a Red Riding Hood group with a wolf, a grandmother costume, etc., with their original boxes, tallest - 10 1/2".   Est. $200-300

 

490.        Finger puppet painted wood stage and table, from Val Evans, to include a travel suitcase with legs that attach to make the stage, together with business cards, letterhead, and an advertising pamphlet, painted surround - 37 1/2" h., 25 1/2" w. Est. $200-300

 

491.        German composition zoo menagerie, to include two corner cage enclosures, 8" h., 11 1/2" w., numerous sections of fence, approximately thirty animal figures, and two zoo keepers, most made by Elastolin.       Est. $400-700

 

492.        French C. B. G. Mignot diorama of Admiral Perry's 1909 North Pole Expedition, in its original box of four tiers of various arctic life scenes, 21" w.                Est. $500-800

 

493.        French painted tin and white metal fire fighting set, made by F. V., in its original compartmentalized box, to include a painted tin burning building, a horse drawn pumper, people drawn pumpers, a hose wagon, a ladder wagon, a firehouse, and twenty-six firefighters, 33 3/4" w.   Est. $1,000-1,500

 

494.        Elaborate English butcher shop diorama window display, mid 19th c., primarily of painted wood and embossed paper board, this example shows seventy-five various cuts of meat and carcasses of meat tended to by two sturdy butchers and a delivery boy, the façade with glazed windows, potted plants, and a lion and unicorn crest, 13" h., 23" w., 6" d.            Est. $4,000-6,000

 

495.        Child's painted L. Bros. Baker and Confectioner push cart, 20" h., 28" l.    Est. $300-400

 

496.        Child's painted pine milk push cart, retaining the original white surface with gold pinstripes, to include six tin milk cans, a cup, and a funnel, 14 1/2" h., 30" l.            Est. $400-600

 

497.        Old King Cole composition advertising display for Keene's Corn Cure, in foot form, with a large face on the sole and five smaller faces on each toe, 17 1/2" h.              Est. $800-1,200

 

498.        Unusual child size walnut watch maker's chest with a sliding display board over a bank of six drawers flanked by two sunken panel doors, the end panels with two doors, outfitted with a large group of toy watches, primarily tin, 20" h., 22" w.                Est. $400-800

 

499.        Large Old Crow Whiskey lighted plastic advertising display, 31 1/2" h.      Est. $75-150

 

500.        Plaster advertisement for Educator Shoe, featuring a boy pushing another in an Ambulance wheelbarrow, 21 3/4" h., 12" w.             Est. $1,000-1,500

 

501.        Painted latex Esquire advertising store model of a classic Esky figure modeling clothing, 24 1/2" h.             Est. $600-800

 

502.        Jacquin's Cordials plaster advertising counter figure, 15" h.           Est. $100-150

 

503.        Papier-mâché advertising for Lamb Knit Sweaters 100% Pure Wool with embossed letters on either side of a standing lamb, 15" h., 17" l.         Est. $200-400

 

504.        Buster Brown Shoes painted tin advertising counter sign, of Tige, 13" h., 15" l.    Est. $300-400

 

505.        Cloth dressed composition Mutt and Jeff clockwork figures, nodding head sales simulator window displays, probably German, mounted to felt covered wood platforms, 24" h. and 18" h.   Est. $1,500-2,000

 

506.        Thirteen Steiff plush animals, several vintage, four with buttons or hang tags, tallest - 11".           Est. $200-300

 

507.        Roulett and Decamps clockwork drumming bear with fur covering and a wire muzzle, 27 1/2" h. Est. $800-1,200

 

508.        Impressive wood model of a U.S. Navy bi-plane with a pilot and co-pilot, wingspan - 42 1/4".       Est. $400-600

 

509.        G. S. Lewis airplane propeller, an exceptional example, wood with brass riveted metal sheeting on leading edges, retaining original mounting hardware including rotating propeller mount, 86" l.  Est. $1,200-1,500

 

510.        Three automobile mascot hood ornaments, to include a Boyce Motometers on a winged base, a 1928 Packard, and a Greyhound, both on wood bases, approximately 6" h.                Est. $100-200

 

511.        Four metalware airplane desk pieces, to include two ashtrays, one in the form of Australia, a trench art model, and a 1939 trophy from a model airplane contest, together with a trench art airplane, tallest - 9".       Est. $200-300

 

512.        Three automobile radiator caps, to include a 1927 Chevrolet airplane Quota Trophy cap, 5" h., 6" l., a 1929 A Ford cap, and a winged figure cap.     Est. $100-200

 

513.        Edison Mazda Lamps cardboard advertising counter top stand-up sign depicting a view from a windshield, 15 1/4" h., 27" w.             Est. $300-500

 

514.        Ford Cash Delivered Prices advertising sign, the wood framed cardboard lists ten different models and their price information, 21 1/2" x 13 1/2".   Est. $600-800

 

515.        White Eagle Splits spring water cardboard advertising sign depicting an image of a devil-may-care couple in a speeding car, titled Who Cares - A White Eagle Split in the Morning will Smooth out the Wrinkles, an unusual graphic for a water that Removes Dull Headache and Takes Away that Tired Look, 12" x 17 3/4".           Est. $400-600

 

516.        Folk art painted pine baseball dice game board, together with penciled paper game rules for Lake Cottage Baseball Game, 12" x 11".              Est. $200-300

 

517.        Carved wood Santa Claus, 20th c., similar to a Santa figure with the same carving that was identified as a molding form for Old King Cole Co., which was the premier maker of painted papier-mâché advertising figures from the 1930's to the 1950's, 15" h.              Est. $300-500

 

518.        Composition Halloween skeleton bust with a hinged jaw, 18 1/2" h.         Est. $200-300

 

519.        French composition gorilla skull model, dated 1879, with a removable cap revealing the brain, the lower jaw with spring hinges, 13" h.       Est. $300-400

 

520.        Cast iron locomotive stove plate depicting an early 19th century locomotive, 21 3/4" square.       Est. $200-400

 

521.        Painted sheet iron blacksmith trade sign with a silhouette image of two smithies flanking a forge and holding hammers and tongs, with a crescent moon and a smiling sunburst in the background, 27" x 29". Est. $300-500

 

522.        Building-form letter box with clock and music box, the stained and painted wood is beautifully detailed and the building resembles a town hall, the double doors are a façade for a front opening drawer, there are also two drawers in the rear along with a removable panel to access the clockwork mechanisms, 21" h., 20" w., 13" d.     Est. $400-600

 

523.        Tramp art doll house with a shellacked twig façade on recycled wood crates and two hinged doors to the interior, 33" h.    Est. $400-600

 

524.        Unique Philadelphia painted tin and wood carousel wind driven toy with painted wood animal figures and painted iron figures, all mounted on a bicycle rim with conical tin devices, over a carved and painted wood base, overall - 51" h., 24" dia. Provenance: Bernard Barenholtz collection, Sotheby's Auction, January 1990, lot 1170. Featured in American Antique Toys 1830-1900, Barenholtz/McClintock, page 215.           Est. $2,000-4,000

 

525.        Vibrant polychromed pine barber pole, 19th c., with nice mid turnings and a gold ball finial, 70 1/2" h.      Est. $1,200-1,500

 

526.        Gustave Dentzell carved and painted outside row standard carousel horse, ca. 1905, retaining its original polychrome decorated surface, with an eagle backed saddle, often referred to as a "sweet faced" horse, 57" h., 57" w. Est. $8,000-12,000

 

527.        Carved and painted outside row jumper carousel horse, attributed to Charles Carmel, the horse's legs made of aluminum, with a later spiral brass pole and a cast iron base, 52" h., 62" l.              Est. $3,000-4,000

 

528.        Herschell outside row jumper carousel horse, ca. 1928, 54" l. Provenance: Tampa, Florida.            Est. $800-1,200

 

529.        W. F. Mangels kiddy ride carousel horse, New York, early 20th c., 29" l.   Est. $300-500

 

530.        Painted carousel rounding board, Lakemont Park, Altoona, Pennsylvania, ca. 1902, made by Joy Morris, 92" l.     Est. $300-600

 

531.        Carousel chariot from Lakemont Park, Altoona, Pennsylvania, ca. 1900, made by Joy Morris and decorated with a fierce mythological horned figure, 76" l.                Est. $600-800

 

532.        Carousel rounding board shield, painted carved wood with jewel decoration and electric lighting, 33" h.                Est. $300-500

 

533.        Queen Victoria ornamental fairground cartouche, large scale plaque of gesso over wood, depicting the late monarch in profile, with elaborate draping, thought to have been used as a carousel decoration, 46" h., 42" w.  Est. $600-1,200

 

534.        Ornate band organ marquee for B.A.B. Organ Co., New York, painted wood with an elaborately carved scroll decoration and a central painted North African motif, 95" l.          Est. $400-800

 

535.        Pair of painted circus stilts, late 19th c., inscribed M. L. Jones, retaining their original red surface with yellow pin striping, 96" l. Provenance: The Dianne Goldman Collection of Americana and Folk Art, Fairfield, Connecticut.     Est. $100-200

 

536.        Bishop Aukland fire pumper model, finely detailed in wood, with brass and copper fittings and a brass placard inscribed Nelson on the front, 24" l. Provenance: Toy Museum of Atlanta.            Est. $1,000-2,000

 

537.        Electric powered brass model of a fire pumper, 16" l.      Est. $1,000-2,000

 

538.        Elaborate craftsman made model of a ca. 1900 horse drawn fire pumper, the live stream powered pumper is complete with an eagle surmounted steam dome, two supply hoses with proper threading, various nozzles, two steam gauges on the boiler, front and rear steel-rimmed wood wheels with turned spokes, and a maker's plate on the boiler inscribed F. W. Balcom 1955, 30" l.            Est. $12,000-18,000

 

539.        Salesman sample printing press model of a Goss Cox-O-Type "flat bed" press, commonly used from 1910-1968, in its original leather case, with fabric belts, a steel base plate, and a painted iron press, 12 1/4" w.                Est. $800-1,200

 

540.        Painted cast iron Friendship 1774 fire pumper model, 15 1/2" l.  Est. $300-400

 

541.        Joseph H. Walker and John McIntyre patent model boot and shoe forming machine, dated Oct. 21st 1879, with a green painted wood frame with a steel form, retaining its original hang tag, 11 3/4" h., 7" w.        Est. $300-400

 

542.        Unusual painted steel "Monitor" style clockwork boat with a heavy duty mechanism and two opposing smokestacks, a finely crafted model, most certainly one of a kind, 24 1/4" l., 20 lbs.          Est. $500-800

 

543.        Frog and hoop carnival ball toss game, painted iron and wood, with numbered ball slots for points, 30" h., 21" d.                Est. $200-300

 

544.        Stephens Magic Beer Barrel coin operated pretzel vending machine, 11 1/4" h., 12" w.   Est. $400-600

 

545.        Oak coin operated gambling wheel, patented May 7, 1895, 21 1/2" h.      Est. $400-600

 

546.        Zeno Collar Button ten-cent coin operated vending machine with an iron base, glass sides, and a tin placard, 13 1/2" h.            Est. $400-600

 

547.        Mansfield's Pepsin Gum five-cent coin operated vending machine, 16" h.             Est. $800-1,200

 

548.        Painted cast iron and glass collar button coin operated vending machine, 11 1/4" h.          Est. $300-400

 

549.        Midland Jump Spark counter top cigar lighter with advertising panels, 14 1/2" h., 7" w.    Est. $400-600

 

550.        2 Book Matches one-cent coin operated vending machine, 14" h.             Est. $100-200

 

551.        Arrow Collars oak display showcase with twenty-five original collars, advertising 35¢ each or 3 for $1, 39 1/4" h., 20" w., together with another Arrow collar and a Dublife collar in the original bag.     Est. $500-800

 

552.        Four vintage children's bathing suits, together with a wrought iron counter store display rack with a painted diving figure finial, 33 1/4" h.    Est. $200-300

 

553.        Diminutive Schoble bowler style felt hat with silk lining, marked Schoble, Philadelphia, USA, in its original box, hat - 3 1/2" h., 8 1/4" l.             Est. $150-250

 

554.        Purina Cow Chow painted advertising milk can display, opening to reveal sectioned items used for food for cows, 5 1/2" h.  Est. $100-150

 

555.        G. E. Monitor Top refrigerator clock, painted cast metal, 9" h.     Est. $100-200

 

556.        Ward's Cake tin lithograph and glass counter top store display case, ca. 1920, made by Beach Co., Coschoton, Ohio, with whimsical scenes of children eating cake, 20 1/2" h., 13" w., 17" d.  Est. $800-1,000

 

557.        Unusual Springboro, Pennsylvania clockwork advertising trade stimulator, early 20th c., inscribed Springboro A.d.v.t.g. Co., Paul & Tucker, Springboro Pa., with a rotating center and a four-panel column advertising various businesses, in a black painted frame case, 20 1/2" h., 8 3/4" w., 9" d.                Est. $1,500-2,000

 

558.        Vibrant Diamond Dyes "Governess" cabinet with a bold embossed tin lithograph panel of children playing, 29 1/2" h., 22 1/2" w., 9 3/4" d.  Est. $600-800

 

559.        Golden Rule Blended Coffee cast iron wall mount coffee grinder with a shield-form sight glass, made by Citizens Wholesale Supply Co., Columbus, Oh., 18 1/2" h.              Est. $200-300

 

560.        Enterprise Mfg. Co., painted cast iron country store coffee grinder, No. 7, with a vibrant painted surface, an eagle finial, and patriotic decals, 24" h.               Est. $400-600

 

561.        Jolly Tar advertising clock, by Edward Baird, gesso over wood, 30" h., 18 1/2" w. Est. $800-1,000

 

562.        Seth Thomas Garfield Tea Fig Syrup advertising wall clock, 27 1/2" h., together with an amethyst embossed Garfield Tea Syrup bottle, 5" h.   Est. $300-500

 

563.        Moxie advertising glass serving tray, ca. 1905, with reverse lithograph of a young woman holding a glass of moxie, inscribed I Like It, with a pierced metal rim, 11 3/4" dia.  Est. $300-400

 

564.        Figural Coca-Cola bottle embossed tin lithograph thermometer sign, scarce version, inscribed Ask for it Ice-Cold, Ice Cold means between 32 and 40 degrees, 17 1/4" x 5 1/4".             Est. $1,000-1,200

 

565.        Drink Coca-Cola Delicious and Refreshing embossed tin advertising sign, dated 1926, with a 1916 bottle logo, in a wood frame, 11" x 34 1/2".          Est. $600-700

 

566.        Drink Coca-Cola screen printed plywood advertising sign, made by Kay Display, with an open work metal crest and an applied figural Christmas bottle, 20" x 19 1/4".              Est. $600-800

 

567.        Rare Sparkling Kolafra porcelain syrup dispenser with a nickel-plated stand and tap handle, 20" h. Kolafra is one of the many competitors to Coca-Cola which began its rise to fame in 1888, only the second we have seen and the better of the two.               Est. $3,000-5,000

 

568.        Exceptional cast iron Cincinnati Stove Works figural horse and rider advertising plaque, ca. 1903, depicting a woman riding sidesaddle on a galloping horse, inscribed Trademark on a painted red neck banner and Cincinnati Stove Works on the saddle blanket, 27 3/4" h., 41 1/2" w.              Est. $6,000-8,000

 

569.        Wm E. Shumaker Steam & Electrical Engineer painted pine trade sign, dated 1906, depicting a vibrant graphic image of an engine drive wheel powering a generator, 24" x 39". Provenance: Bill Powell collection, Noel Barrett auction, November 2011, lot 584.               Est. $3,000-4,000

 

570.        Electric Lustre Starch painted pine advertising sign, ca. 1890, inscribed The Greatest Invention of All Time - Saves Time, Labor & Trouble, depicting a lady seeing her own reflection in a starched shirt, having the original iron hanging eyelets, an unusual product for such a large sign but displays typical advertising hyperbole of the day, 71" x 49". Provenance: Bill Powell collection, Noel Barrett auction, November 2011, lot 574.              Est. $3,000-4,000

 

571.        Bavis and Son Grocers, and Dealers in Westindia Goods painted pine trade sign with detailed vignettes depicting various items on offer, the business is listed in the 1881 and 1887 Gopsill, Philadelphia Directories, 72" x 29 1/4".                Est. $3,000-4,000

 

572.        Positively No Smoking polychromed tin train station sign, ca. 1900, double-sided, with a red painted pine frame, 15" x 73". Provenance: Donal Markay collection.       Est. $2,000-2,500

 

573.        Bennett Overalls and Shirts painted pine advertising sign, inscribed Warranted Not to Rip. Ask for the Perfect Fitting on a green background, from Bennett & Co. clothing bazaar located at 182 Market St., Philadelphia, stamped on verso Elmira Sign Works, 10 1/2" x 22 3/4".        Est. $2,000-2,500

 

574.        Harris & Cole Bro's Pump and Lightning Rod Co., Cedar Falls Iowa, ornately painted pine trade sign, ca. 1890, signed L. D. Porter, having a dove over a townscape with small houses, all on a blue background, 10" x 53 1/2". Est. $1,500-2,500

 

575.        Nissley Creamery Co. Wild Rose Butter painted plywood advertising sign with a graphic figural image depicting a butter box for the Dallas, Texas creamery, 32 3/4" x 19 1/2".        Est. $800-1,200

 

576.        Jos. Doelger's Sons Lager Beer tin lithograph advertising sign, late 19th c., for a New York brewery that was renamed with addition of "& Sons" in 1882, depicting a portly gentleman holding a mug of beer, 27 1/2" x 19 1/2".            Est. $2,000-3,000

 

577.        W. L. Douglas Shoes tin lithograph flange sign, double-sided die cut, with the slogan Best in the World, having a gentleman holding a shoe, 23 1/4" x 16 3/4".       Est. $800-1,000

 

578.        California Ave. Drugs Prescriptions reverse painting on glass trade sign with an ornate embossed silver and gold foil background, purportedly from Daly Drugs in West Seattle, Washington, 26" x 21 1/2".     Est. $2,000-2,500

 

579.        The Haverhill Book Bindery reverse painted glass trade sign with actual inset leather book face and spine, the bindery founded in 1887, the sign inscribed Chase Bros. Prop's 13 & 15 Washington St. Haverhill, Mass. - Blank Book Manufacturers - Book Marking in Gold & Silver - Orders Received Here, also signed by the painter Richardson 10 Fleet St., all with a gold glitter background, in the original carved frame, 26" x 32".                Est. $1,000-1,200

 

580.        D. C. Holloway Delicatessen Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes trade sign, engraved and painted copper, with an ebonized pine frame, inscribed The sweetheart of the corn, 24" x 16".   Est. $1,000-1,200

 

581.        Dr. J. H. Blake Optician reverse painted glass trade sign with gold foil lettering, inscribed Eyes Examined Free, in an ebonized frame, 19 1/4" x 23 1/4".           Est. $400-600

 

582.        William H. Coffin (American 1855-1925), oil on tin sign with a winter landscape of a house, inscribed with the motto Be it Ever so Humble - There is No Place Like Home, signed and dated '95, in original maple frame, 13 3/4" x 19 3/4".        Est. $1,000-2,000

 

583.        Boot and shoe Maker painted pine trade sign, double-sided, with shoe and boot silhouettes on a black sand painted background, 22" x 14".  Est. $1,500-2,000

 

584.        Boot and Shoe Maker painted tin trade sign, late 19th c., double-sided, with a silhouette image, the boot painted with an American shield, in a simple ebonized pine frame, 21 1/2" x 17 1/2".        Est. $800-1,200

 

585.        Stylish Footwear Rush Bros. Millinocket (Maine) painted tin trade sign with a bold graphic image of a shoe, 37" x 13".        Est. $600-800

 

586.        French Niger de Harris tin lithograph hair dye advertising sign, 15 1/4" x 13 3/4". Est. $300-500

 

587.        F & FR thread lithograph cardboard advertising sign with an image of a cat, inscribed Extra Quality for Hand & Machine Thread - Extra Cotton, in a contemporary frame, 17 1/2" x 14".                Est. $400-600

 

588.        Paint brush painted pine trade sign, inscribed Paints, on an original green and white surface, with incised carved "bristles", 15" x 7 1/2".   Est. $150-250

 

589.        Princine Baking Powder tin lithograph advertising sign, self framed, 25" x 38".     Est. $200-300

 

590.        National Edison Mazda Lamps lighted tin and pine counter display, 16 1/2" h., 27 1/2" w.                Est. $200-300

 

591.        National Edison Mazda Lamps lighted tin and pine counter display, 16 1/2" h., 27 1/2" w.                Est. $200-400

 

592.        National Edison Mazda Lamps lighted tin counter display, together with a group of boxed bulbs, 25 1/2" h., 27 1/2" w.           Est. $300-500

 

593.        Eighteen Edison Mazda Lovelights postcards, in a contemporary frame, 16 1/2" x 21 3/4".              Est. $100-150

 

594.        Eveready Radio "A" Battery cardboard and wood figural trade sign display, 32" h.              Est. $300-500

 

595.        Columbia Ignition Dry Cell battery painted tin figural trade sign display, 24" h.      Est. $300-400

 

596.        Victor talking machine with an oak horn, the oak case phonograph model Vic. V with square column corners, horn - 22" l., 21" dia.     Est. $500-800

 

597.        Powers Cameragraph early hand crank projector on a four-legged base, with a label reading Swaab Film Service Co./ Philadelphia, PA/ Sole Agent for Powers Cameragraph, 62" h.           Est. $400-600

 

598.        Grotesque clown face gargoyle, painted terra cotta, possibly used as a water downspout, in park paint, 16" x 14" (not including wood mounting).                Est. $400-600

 

599.        Illuminated theater orchestra director's stand, metal and wood enclosure, with raised scrollwork decoration on a wood and cast iron base, 47" h. Est. $200-400

 

600.        Illuminated theater orchestra director's stand, gilded and painted wood with cast iron lyres, 46" h.           Est. $200-400

 

601.        Elaborately carved and painted theater organ side supports, bound together for display, 46" h. Est. $200-400

 

602.        Leaded glass Exit light, in its original metal hinged frame, mounted on a wood light box, 26" l., 3" d.          Est. $300-400

 

603.        Three theater seats with cast iron, floral motif supports, two seats with a single decorated side and one seat with two decorated sides, 33" h.         Est. $200-400

 

604.        Three leaded glass Exit panels with metal frames and yellow and green slag glass, two - 23" l., other - 24" l.          Est. $300-400

 

605.        Three theater seats with ornate sides and scrolling decoration, 33" h.     Est. $200-300

 

606.        Three theater Exit signs, translucent red panels behind gesso wood frames, one mounted in what appears to be its original light housing, largest - 20" l.         Est. $200-300

 

607.        Two theater seats with ornate cast iron supports, one with two decorated sides, the other with a single decorated side, 33" h.          Est. $200-300

 

608.        Four cast iron theater seat ends, to include one by Haywood Wakefield with figural columns, one by American Seat Co. with a lighted shell, and one unmarked with a lighted shell, largest - 26" h., 13" w.     Est. $300-500

 

609.        Three theater seats, ca. 1930, with ornate cast iron sides, one having illuminated apertures, 33" h.           Est. $400-600

 

610.        Three theater seats, ca. 1930, with ornate cast iron sides, one having illuminated apertures, 33" h.           Est. $400-600

 

611.        Three theater gilt wood and iron decorations, to include a cast iron floral centerpiece flanked by two birds, 30" w., and two gesso gilt screen covers, 24" h., 26" w.  Est. $300-500

 

612.        Tin and slag glass finial light covers, three pieces with curved glass panels, largest - 14" h.              Est. $150-250

 

613.        Two architectural carved wood corbels/ceiling cap embellishments, elaborately crafted, one with birds and the other with wolves, 8" square, 10" h.        Est. $150-250

 

614.        Ten toy-related books.  Est. $100-200

 

615.        Twenty-seven toy-related books.            Est. $100-200

 

616.        Twenty-five toy-related books. Est. $100-200

 

617.        Twenty-seven toy-related auction catalogs.        Est. $100-200

 

618.        Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork dump truck with rubber tires, 14" l.   Est. $500-600

 

619.        Street lamps and gas pumps, to include a Mohawk Toys tin lithograph visible gas pump, 8" h., a U. S. Gas tin lithograph visible gas pump, 10 1/4" h., a Gong Bell fire alarm/street lamp, 12 1/2" h., and a Marx street lamp, 7 3/4" h., together with a cast iron Don't Park Here sign with H. P. Hood & Sons Milk advertising on verso, 4 3/4" h.              Est. $150-250

 

620.        Rare Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork wrecker truck with rubber tires, 13" l.    Est. $2,000-3,000

 

621.        Scarce Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork town car with rubber tires, 13" l.          Est. $1,500-2,000

 

622.        Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork rumble seat roadster with rubber tires and electric headlights, 12" l. Est. $600-800

 

623.        Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork rumble seat coupe, 13" l.       Est. $800-1,000

 

624.        Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork roadster with rubber tires, including a spare, 13" l.     Est. $400-600

 

625.        Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork chemical fire truck with rubber tires, 14" l.     Est. $800-1,200

 

626.        Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork Fire Station 8 fire house, 10" h., 13" l.               Est. $300-500

 

627.        Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork Bluebird speed record car with Dunlop Cord rubber tires, 18" l.            Est. $600-800

 

628.        Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork bus, #788, with rubber tires, 16 1/2" l.              Est. $500-700

 

629.        Two Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork sedans, to include a Chrysler and a Desoto with rubber tires and electric headlights, 14" l.               Est. $200-400

 

630.        Kingsbury pressed steel Divco Dairy clockwork delivery truck, 9" l.            Est. $150-250

 

631.        Two Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork trolley cars, to include no. 782 and 784, 9" l. and 14" l.     Est. $200-300

 

632.        Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork open back delivery truck with cast iron driver, 10" l.  Est. $500-700

 

633.        Wilkins pressed steel clockwork Auto Phaeton with a driver, 9" l.              Est. $400-500

 

634.        Kingsbury pressed steel clockwork Parcel Post delivery truck with a cast iron driver and associated mail bags, 7" l.                Est. $300-400

 

635.        Citroen pressed steel clockwork Rosalie V race car, in the original box, with adjustable front wheels and a driver.                Est. $600-800

 

636.        Doll et Cie German painted tin Standard service station with the Standard oil wheel cart, which retains one colorless glass embossed oil bottle, station - 12" h., 16" w.              Est. $1,000-1,500

 

637.        Kingsbury painted tin clockwork fire ladder truck with rubber wheels and a cast iron driver, 18 1/2" l.       Est. $200-300

 

638.        Arcade cast iron Weaver tow truck with a nickel-plated driver, 11" l.        Est. $200-300

 

639.        Arcade cast iron Mack Coal scissor dump truck with a divided dump bed, rubber wheels, a nickel-plated driver, and an iron shovel, 10" l.       Est. $200-400

 

640.        Kenton cast iron Jaeger cement mixer truck, 7 1/4" l.      Est. $300-400

 

641.        Kenton cast iron Buckeye Ditcher, 5" h. Est. $300-400

 

642.        Rare Arcade cast iron Brinks Express Company paneled delivery truck with opening rear door and an eagle decal logo on the roof, 11 3/4" l., 6 lbs.               Est. $6,000-8,000

 

643.        Arcade cast iron fire pumper truck with original hose and spring nozzle, 13" l.      Est. $300-600

 

644.        Arcade cast iron International Harvester dump truck with a nickel-plated driver, a winch, and rubber wheels, 10 1/2" l.    Est. $200-300

 

645.        Arcade cast iron flatbed car carrier with three cars and a reproduction trailer, 24 1/2" l.   Est. $400-600

 

646.        Arcade cast iron Fire Chief coupe car with a nickel-plated driver and rubber wheels, 6 3/4" l.        Est. $200-300

 

647.        Arcade cast iron Mack dump truck with a nickel-plated driver, 12" l.         Est. $200-250

 

648.        Hubley cast iron Bell Telephone truck with a pole, a trailer, an auger, two ladders, a digging iron, and two shovels, 20 1/2" l.              Est. $150-250

 

649.        Two cast iron Hubley stake trucks with nickel-plated accents, 7" l.             Est. $300-400

 

650.        Three cast iron Hubley cars, to include a Studebaker town car, a Studebaker roadster, and a race car with a nickel-plated driver, longest - 7".           Est. $300-400

 

651.        Six small cast iron Hubley vehicles, to include a delivery van, a Crash Car delivery motorcycle, a stake truck, a sedan, and a coupe, longest - 6".             Est. $300-400

 

652.        A. C. Williams cast iron take-a-part station wagon with side mount spare tires, 5" l.           Est. $100-200

 

653.        Arcade cast iron play vehicle play set, #3520, with original box, to include a 1939 Worlds Fair Century of Progress GMC greyhound bus, a wrecker, Silver Arrow, and an airflow sedan, longest - 10".           Est. $400-600

 

654.        Structo pressed steel clockwork racer with cast iron wheels, 12" l.            Est. $300-400

 

655.        Two Hubley cast iron race cars, one having operating pistons with flames, 10 1/4" l., the other - 7 1/2" l. Est. $200-300

 

656.        Two cast iron tractor trailers, to include an A. C. Williams Gasoline - Motor Oil truck, 7" l., and a Hubley Motor Express truck, 7 1/4" l.   Est. $150-250

 

657.        Arcade cast iron Studebaker Ice delivery truck, 6 3/4" l., together with a Kenton cast iron Speed delivery truck, 5 1/2" l., and two Arcade cast iron Greyhound Lines - GMC buses, 10 1/4" l. and 7 1/2" l.    Est. $200-300

 

658.        Metalcraft Heinz 57 delivery truck, painted steel with decal decoration, 12 1/4" l.              Est. $200-300

 

659.        Wyandotte pressed steel coffin nose cord coupe, 13" l. Est. $200-300

 

660.        Two Arcade cast iron toys, to include an Avery steam tractor, 4 1/2" l., and a McCormick Deering horse drawn manure spreader with nickel-plated wheels and gears, overall - 14" l.     Est. $200-300

 

661.        Wyandote tin lithograph circus cage wagon truck, with two painted composition lions and tigers and wooden wheels, overall - 20" l.    Est. $400-500

 

662.        Slush metal milk bottle truck, 5" l.             Est. $150-200

 

663.        Toostsietoy Deluxe Trucks set, in its original box, to include a motorcycle delivery truck, a dairy truck, a dairy tanker truck, an oil tanker truck, an express truck, a long distance hauling truck, a city fuel truck, and a tow truck.            Est. $400-600

 

664.        Toostsietoy Deluxe Trucks set, in its original box, to include an airplane, a dairy tanker truck, an oil tanker truck, an express truck, a long distance hauling, a city fuel truck, and a tow truck. Est. $300-500

 

665.        Tootsietoy "Motors" no. 7200 play set, in its original box, 15" w., 10" l.    Est. $200-250

 

666.        Tootsietoy Fire Department no. 5211 truck set, in its original box, to include hats, ladders, a badge, a shovel, an axe, and four vehicles.            Est. $150-250

 

667.        Tootsietoy Airport diecast play set, in its original box, to include two tin hangers, two people, three airplanes, and an autogyro, 2 3/4" h., 5 3/4" w.                Est. $200-300

 

668.        One dozen Tootsietoy no. 1200 slush metal assorted airplanes, in its original box, together with a Soljertoy cowboy and Indian playset, in its original box bottom.     Est. $150-200

 

669.        Tootsietoy Navy no. 5750 ship set, in its original box, to include six ships.               Est. $100-150

 

670.        Five Tootsietoy play sets, in their original boxes, to include a no. 7005 Playtime Miniatures, two no. 0510 Midgets, an interchangeable truck, and a Freight Train.     Est. $300-400

 

671.        Tootsietoy furniture, in their original boxes, to include a no. 507 kitchen set, a no. 506 dining room, a no. 5 living room, and a Little Miss Tootsietoy breakfast set, together with an empty box for a no. 3 dining room.     Est. $100-200

 

672.        Three miscellaneous toys, in their original boxes, to include Midgies miniature mobile Army, Tillicum Toys Junior Harbour Set, and a Chad Valley R. M. S. Queen Mary model.       Est. $150-200

 

673.        Hubley cast iron America tri-motor airplane with a pilot, a co-pilot, rubber wheels, and nickel-plated propellers, wingspan - 17". Est. $600-800

 

674.        Hubley cast iron Friendship tri-motor seaplane with spinning propellers, wingspan - 12 3/4".        Est. $1,000-1,500

 

675.        Two cast iron airplanes, to include a Hubley Bremen with a nickel-plated propeller and wheels, wingspan - 6 1/2", together with a Kilgore Travel Air Mystery with nickel-plated propeller and wheels, wingspan - 7".           Est. $400-600

 

676.        Hubley cast iron Lindy - Spirit of St. Louis airplane with nickel-plated cowling, wingspan - 13 1/4".               Est. $1,000-1,200

 

677.        Dent cast iron Lucky Boy tri-motor airplane with rubber tires, wingspan - 12 1/4".              Est. $300-500

 

678.        Dent cast iron Lucky Boy monocoupe airplane with nickel-plated components, wingspan - 9 1/2".             Est. $400-600

 

679.        Hubley cast iron Lindy NR-211 Lockheed Sirius airplane with a pilot, a co-pilot, rubber wheels, and tear drop fenders, wingspan - 10 3/4".       Est. $1,000-1,500

 

680.        Steelcraft pressed steel Lockheed Sirius airplane with rubber wheels and tear drop fenders, wingspan - 21 3/4".                Est. $600-800

 

681.        Steelcraft pressed steel Lockheed Sirius airplane with rubber wheels and tear drop fenders, wingspan - 21 3/4".                Est. $400-600

 

682.        Scarce Steelcraft pressed steel Lockheed Sirius airplane with wing lights, rubber tires, and tear drop fenders, wingspan - 22". Est. $800-1,000

 

683.        Steelcraft pressed steel Lockheed Sirius airplane with rubber wheels and tear drop fenders, wingspan - 22".       Est. $600-800

 

684.        Steelcraft pressed steel open cockpit airplane, modeled after the Lockheed Siruis, wingspan - 17".          Est. $300-400

 

685.        Two Marx pressed steel airplanes with wooden wheels, wingspan - 18".               Est. $150-250

 

686.        Three cast iron Hubley airplanes, to include a Giro Plane with a nickeled engine and propellers, wingspan - 3 5/8", a Lindy, wingspan - 3 1/2", and a pursuit fighter plane with nickeled wings, wingspan - 3 3/4", together with a Tootsietoy slush metal airplane with three propellers, wingspan - 5 1/4".                Est. $100-200

 

687.        Kellerman tin lithograph clockwork autogyro with a pilot, 3 1/2" l., together with a Paya folding wing clockwork airplane, wingspan - 7 3/4", and a German tin lithograph folding wing airplane with a pilot silhouette, wingspan - 7 3/4". Est. $400-600

 

688.        Schieble pressed steel single engine passenger plane with original decals depicting passengers, wingspan - 27".                Est. $400-600

 

689.        Japanese tin lithograph friction United Airlines DC-7 Mainliner airplane with a clear fuselage top with view of passengers, wingspan - 17".        Est. $300-500

 

690.        Japanese tin lithograph friction B-36 Convair bomber airplane, wingspan - 26".   Est. $400-600

 

691.        Electric aluminum airplane roundabout with a tower, 18" h.         Est. $250-350

 

692.        Wyandotte pressed steel Panama Clipper airplane with four spinning propellers, wingspan - 13".              Est. $150-250

 

693.        A. C. Gilbert no. 7 1/2 erector set, in its original wooden box, with a motorized chassis, 22 1/2" w.             Est. $150-250

 

694.        Contemporary Brian Cowdery Buddy L pressed steel flivver pick-up truck, 12 1/4" l.         Est. $200-300

 

695.        Contemporary Brian Cowdery Buddy L car carrier with two delivery trucks, carrier - 33" l.               Est. $1,500-2,000

 

696.        Two contemporary Tom Sehloff cast iron Chryslers, one signed and dated '84, 10" l.         Est. $500-700

 

697.        Cor-Cor pressed steel Graham sedan with headlights and rubber tires, 20" l.       Est. $400-600

 

698.        Buddy L pressed steel passenger bus, with aluminum wheels, steering wheel, and opening doors, 28" l.                Est. $400-600

 

699.        Buddy L pressed steel Motor Market delivery truck with several boxes of miniature food samples, 21 1/2" l.        Est. $200-300

 

700.        Steelcraft pressed steel Little Jim - Marion steam shovel truck with rubber wheels, 27" l.               Est. $600-800

 

701.        Restored Buddy L improved pressed steel steam shovel on treads, 22 1/2" l.       Est. $600-800

 

702.        Restored Buddy L pressed steel milk delivery truck, 24" l.              Est. $200-400

 

703.        Restored Buddy L pressed steel Coal Truck, 25" l.              Est. $200-400

 

704.        Restored Buddy L pressed steel Tank Line truck, 26 1/2" l.             Est. $200-400

 

705.        Restored Buddy L pressed steel Baggage Line truck, 26" l.             Est. $200-400

 

706.        Buddy L pressed steel oil truck with opening doors and rubber tires, 23" l.            Est. $400-600

 

707.        Burdette-Murray pressed steel White dump truck, 25 1/2" l.       Est. $400-600

 

708.        Gendron Willys Knight pressed steel and wood pedal car, 40" l.  Est. $400-600

 

709.        Smith Miller tandem lumber truck with original lumber, 37" l.      Est. $300-500

 

710.        Smith Miller pressed steel aerial ladder truck, 36" l.          Est. $200-300

 

711.        Two pressed steel delivery trucks, to include a Smith Miller MIC of California stake truck with a lift gate, 17 3/4" l., and a Buddy L Hydraulic Dumper, 20" l.  Est. $250-350

 

712.        Buddy L Outdoor Loco and Tender, to include several pieces of track, overall - 40" l.         Est. $400-500

 

713.        Pair of Bruce Hebron illuminated tin railroad wall dioramas depicting western railroad scenes, to include a Union Pacific train in 1880, 22" h., 26" w., and Bloomington Station, 14" h., 23" w.            Est. $600-800

 

714.        Lionel pre-war pressed steel race slot car set with twenty-one sections of track, cars - 8" l.           Est. $500-800

 

715.        Ives O Gauge no. 5 train engine and tender, painted cast iron clockwork locomotive and no. 11 painted tin tender, 11" l.      Est. $250-350

 

716.        Ives O Gauge Cadet Blue passenger train set, to include a no. 3260 electric locomotive, a no. 62 parlor car, a no. 68 observation car, and a no. 203 transformer, with correct individual car boxes and two boxes of track in #480 set box, engine - 8 3/4" l., cars - 6 1/2" l. Est. $300-500

 

717.        Ives O Gauge Mohawk train set, to include a lithographed and painted tin no. 0 clockwork third series locomotive, a F.E. no. 1 tender, and two no. 1 lithographed Mohawk coaches, with a restored set box, locomotive and tender - 9 1/2" l., cars - 4 1/2" l.     Est. $2,000-3,000

 

718.        Ives O Gauge no. 1694 restored passenger train set, to include a 4-4-4 electric no. 1694 locomotive, no. 1696 baggage car, no. 1695 coach, and a no. 1697 observation car, each approximately 12 1/2" l.           Est. $1,000-2,000

 

719.        Lionel pre-war O Gauge no. 241E five-piece train set, with their original boxes, to include a no. 260e engine and tender, two no. 710 Pullman passenger cars, and a no. 712 observation car.         Est. $400-600

 

720.        Lionel standard gauge no. 362E train set, to include a no. 384-E 2-4-0 electric wheeled locomotive with a green stripe, a matching no. 384-T tender, a no. 309 ivory/brown Pullman car, and a no. 312 observation car, all with appropriate individual boxes in set box, engine and tender approximately - 21" l., cars - 13" l.               Est. $700-1,000

 

721.        Lionel standard gauge no. 6902E passenger train set, to include a no. 8E red electric locomotive, a no. 332 baggage car, a no. 337 Pullman car, and a no. 338 observation car, with a set box and correct numbered individual boxes, locomotive - 11" l., cars - 11 7/8" l.    Est. $1,000-1,500

 

722.        Lionel standard gauge Blue Comet nickel trim passenger train set, to include a no. 400E electric steam profile 2-4-4 engine, a no. 400W oil tender, a no. 421 Westphal car, a no. 420 Faye car, and a no. 422 Tempel observation car, with correct individual numbered boxes, engine and tender - 31" l., cars - 19" l.           Est. $6,000-9,000

 

723.        Lionel standard gauge 381E special green state train set, to include a no. 381E Bild-A-locomotive 4-4-4 electric engine, a no. 412 California car, a no. 413 Colorado car, a no. 414 Illinois car, and a no. 416 New York observation car, with appropriate numbered individual boxes, locomotive - 17" l., coaches - 22" l.         Est. $7,000-10,000

 

724.        Lionel Stephen Girard standard gauge passenger train set, to include a no. 9E electric locomotive with a "bild-a-locomotive" motor, a no. 425 Stephen Girard coach, a no. 424 Liberty Bell coach, and a no. 426 Coral Isle observation car, locomotive - 14 1/4" l., cars - 15 1/2" l.    Est. $4,000-5,000

 

725.        Lionel standard gauge no. 408E apple green passenger train set, to include a no. 408E dual "super motor" electric engine, a no. 419 baggage/parlor car, a no. 418 parlor car, a no. 431 dining car, and a no. 490 observation car, locomotive - 17" l., cars - 18" l.              Est. $3,000-4,000

 

726.        American Flyer standard gauge Presidential two-tone blue passenger train set, with boxes, to include a no. 4689 4-4-4 "The Commander" electric engine with an eagle post at one end, a no. 4390 West Point club car, a no. 4393 Academy diner car, a no. 4391 Annapolis Pullman, and a no. 4392 Army-Navy observation car, with correct numbered individual boxes, locomotive - 19" l., cars - 19" l.     Est. $4,000-5,000

 

727.        Lionel O Gauge girl's train set with boxes, to include a no. 2037 electric locomotive, a no. 1130 tender, a no. 6464-510 box car, a no. 6464-515 box car, a no. 6462 canister car, a no. 6436 hopper, a no. 6427 caboose, and a no. 1043 transformer, locomotive and tender - 18" l., cars - approximately 10" l.   Est. $1,500-2,500

 

728.        American Flyer wide gauge Pocahontas passenger train set, to include a no. 4637 Shasta engine, a no. 4340 club car (missing one handrail), a no. 4341 Pullman car (missing six handrails), a no. 4343 observation car (missing two handrails, also note box printed with 4343 Rookie Dining Car), and a no. 4342 observation car (two handrails detached), all with appropriate individual boxes or as noted, all approximately - 17" l.            Est. $1,000-2,000

 

729.        Lionel O Gauge no. 787W freight train outfit, to include a no. 763-E 4-6-4 electric steam locomotive, a no. 2226WX tender, a no. 2956 hopper, a no. 2955 Sunoco tanker, a no. 2954 box car, a no. 2957 caboose, in original numbered set box, with correct individual boxes, also includes a no. 167 whistle controller and instruction booklets, together with an additional no. 8124 Shell oil tanker (without box), engine and tender - 22" l., cars - 9"-11" l.                Est. $3,000-5,000

 

730.        Lionel standard gauge no. 400E freight train set, to include a no. 400E steam profile electric 4-4-4 engine in gun metal, a matching no. 400W oil tender and box, a no. 212 gondola with a full tool box, barrels, and numbered box, a no. 220 searchlight car, a no. 219 derrick car, and a no. 217 caboose with box, engine and tender - 31" l., cars - 13"-20" l. Est. $3,000-4,000

 

731.        Lionel O Gauge no. 239B freight train outfit, with boxes, to include a 0-6-0 electric steam engine with 227 on boiler and 8976 on cab sides, a no. 2227B slope back tender with a bell, a no. 2655 box car, a no. 2654 Shell tanker, and a no. 2657 caboose, with correct individual boxes, also includes a RCS remote control track set and a no. 169 controller, all in no. 239B set box, locomotive and tender approximately - 18" l., cars - 8" l.               Est. $1,000-2,000

 

732.        Five Lionel O Gauge freight train cars, to include a no. 3651 log carrier, a no. 3652 gondola, a no. 2655 box car, a no. 652 gondola, and a no. 2657 caboose, each - 6 1/2".         Est. $150-250

 

733.        Four Lionel O Gauge freight train cars, to include a no. 805 box car and three no. 806 cattle cars, each - 6 1/2" l.   Est. $100-200

 

734.        Three Lionel O Gauge freight train cars, to include a no. 657 caboose and two no. 656 cattle cars, one with number plates, the other stamped, approximately 6 3/4" l.           Est. $100-200

 

735.        Two Lionel O Gauge freight train cars, to include a no. 806 reversed color cattle car and a no. 803 hopper, each - 6 1/2" l.    Est. $100-200

 

736.        Lionel O Gauge no. 805 train box car, having a scarce yellow with orange roof variation, 6 1/2" l. Est. $100-200

 

737.        Lionel O Gauge no. 248 electric locomotive with a 0-4-0 engine in olive green, 7 1/2" l.     Est. $150-250

 

738.        Lionel no. 116 train station and light towers, to include a red and cream electric station and two no. 92 light tower, with one box, station - 9" h., 19 1/2" l., towers - 20" h.    Est. $600-900

 

739.        Western Coil and Electric Burlington Zephyr train set in box, to include a three-piece heavy cast no. 9900 electric set, with two original pleated card vestibules, approximately 39" l.           Est. $400-500

 

740.        New Haven no. 0217 Switcher train locomotive, a very hefty painted brass 0-4-4-0 electric locomotive weighing over 5 lbs., probably Alco models, 9 1/8" l.            Est. $300-600

 

741.        Dorfan O Gauge passenger train set, to include a painted cast iron clockwork engine, a lithographed and painted tin no. 160 tender, and two Pullman cars, locomotive and tender - 9 1/2" l., cars - 4 1/2" l.    Est. $250-450

 

742.        Dorfan no. 99-100 train set, to include a lithographed and painted tin clockwork engine and a Pullman car, 10" l. Est. $300-500

 

743.        Dorfan O Gauge Boston-Seattle passenger train set, to include a no. 51 restored electric locomotive and two Pullman cars with lithographed passenger figures, each approximately 6 1/2" l.  Est. $300-500

 

744.        Marklin Central - Bahnhof Train Station no. 2651, hand painted station with fully outfitted candlelit interior with a table, chairs, and benches; this beautiful station is further complimented by etched and stained glass windows, three arches on one side shelter, the ticket window complete with a queue rail, the other side features outdoor seating and a cafe table under an arched canopy with painted composition figures, an exceptional example of this elaborate station, 17" h., 11" l., 12 " d. Provenance: Noel Barrett Auctions, Lot 598, May 21, 2011.           Est. $15,000-18,000

 

745.        Marklin Gauge I no. TK66/12921 locomotive, with an impressive European profile 4-6-4 electric engine with integral tender, 19 1/2" l.              Est. $4,000-6,000

 

746.        Marklin Gauge I no. HS 65/13021 train locomotive, 4-6-2 electric engine, 18" l.     Est. $2,000-3,000

 

747.        Marklin live steam five-piece hand painted pre-war passenger train set, 1 gauge, having an R1 engine, tender and three P.R.R. passenger cars, engine - 10 1/2" l.   Est. $2,000-3,000

 

748.        Marklin O Gauge no. 20 passenger train set, to include a lithographed and painted tin 0-4-0 European profile clockwork locomotive, a four-wheel tender, and a hand enameled passenger coach, 14 1/2" l.   Est. $800-1,200

 

749.        Marklin PLM Gauge I train engine and tender, 4-6-2 European profile electric locomotive and eight-wheel I/48 PLM tender, 30" l.      Est. $3,000-4,000

 

750.        Marklin Gauge I smoking train car, 1st and 2nd class passenger coach, with earlier outfitted interior, 20 1/2" l.     Est. $2,000-3,000

 

751.        Marklin 1041 Gauge I Windcutter train engine and tender, to include a painted tin 0-4-0 European profile, a clockwork locomotive, and a four-wheel I/48 tender, 16" l.          Est. $400-600

 

752.        Marklin Gauge I no. E921 train engine and tender, 4-4-0 European profile clockwork locomotive and six-wheel no. E929/1 tender, 22" l.       Est. $1,000-1,500

 

753.        Marklin Gauge I Mitropa dining train car, 53 cm, hand enameled coach with fully outfitted interior, 20 1/2" l.        Est. $2,000-3,000

 

754.        Marklin Gauge I Mitropa sleeping train car, 53 cm, hand enameled coach with fully outfitted interior, 20 1/2" l.   Est. $2,000-3,000

 

755.        Marklin Gauge I smoking train coach, hand enameled, unnumbered 1st and 2nd class smoking/non smoking car (plates on one side only) and destination plate on other side, with a fully outfitted interior, 16" l.              Est. $2,000-3,000

 

756.        Marklin Gauge I sleeper train car, 57 cm, Mitropa no. 19431 car, with fully outfitted wood and tin interior.             Est. $1,500-2,500

 

757.        Marklin Gauge I smoking train car, 57 cm, no. 19411 coach, with outfitted wood and tin interior, 22 1/2" l.              Est. $1,500-2,500

 

758.        Marklin Gauge I smoking train car, 57 cm, no. 19411 coach, with outfitted wood and tin interior, 22 1/2" l.              Est. $1,500-2,500

 

759.        Marklin Gauge I Mitropa no. 1933 sleeping train car, hand enameled coach, with outfitted interior and German signage, no destination plates, 16" l.       Est. $1,000-2,000

 

760.        Marklin Gauge I Mitropa diner train car, 57 cm, no. 19421 coach, without interior, 22 1/2" l.           Est. $1,000-2,000

 

761.        Marklin Gauge I baggage train car, 57 cm, no. 19441 coach, without interior, 22 1/2" l.      Est. $1,000-2,000

 

762.        Marklin Gauge I Mitropa no. 1932 dining train car, hand enameled coach, with outfitted interior and German signage, 16" l.    Est. $1,000-2,000

 

763.        Marklin O Gauge no. TK66/12920 train locomotive, European profile 4-6-4 electric tank locomotive, with integral tender, 13 1/2" l.              Est. $1,800-2,200

 

764.        Marklin O Gauge no. HR 66/12920 passenger train set, to include a European profile 4-6-2 electric engine, an eight-wheel no. HR 929/0 coal tender, a no. 19440 baggage/post car, and two no. 19410 smoking/non smoking passenger cars, all without interiors, locomotive and tender - 21" l., cars - 16" l.        Est. $3,000-4,000

 

765.        Marklin O Gauge no. 2924 Ithaca Pullman train car, twelve-wheel electric coach, 10 1/2" l.             Est. $4,000-6,000

 

766.        Marklin Flying Hamburger Streamliner train, painted tin, 20 volt electric, no. TW 12970 engine and coach, 20" l.   Est. $500-1,000

 

767.        Marklin S.Z. 970 O Gauge Zeppelin engine, painted tin clockwork locomotive with start/stop lever, retaining the original key, 12" l.             Est. $800-1,200

 

768.        Marklin no. HS70/12920 O Gauge Swiss style locomotive, electric 4-6-2 twin panograph 20 volt B engine, appears to be original finish, 12 7/8" l.           Est. $2,500-3,500

 

769.        Marklin 19420 O Gauge dining train car, 40 cm, hinged roof car, with German signage, without interior, 16" l.        Est. $1,000-2,000

 

770.        Marklin no. 19430 O Gauge sleeping train car, 40 cm, hinged roof car, with German signage, without interior, 16" l.                Est. $1,000-2,000

 

771.        Marklin O Gauge no. CS 66/12920 train locomotive, 4-4-2 electric three-rail engine, 11" l.               Est. $800-1,200

 

772.        Five Marklin O Gauge passenger train cars, 1930's era, eight-wheel car grouping, to include a no. 17550 post car, no. 17540 baggage car, two no. 17510 passenger cars (one with outfitted interior with passengers), and a no. 17520 Mitropa dining car in German signage, each approximately 10" l. Est. $500-1,000

 

773.        Marklin O Gauge Mitropa diner train car with box, no. 17520 eight-wheel car with fully outfitted interior and passengers, 9 1/2" l.       Est. $200-300

 

774.        Four Marklin O Gauge Mitropa train coaches, lithographed and painted tin, to include a no. 17520 Speisewagen, a no. 17530 Schlafwage (both with numbered boxes), and two unnumbered Speisewagen cars, one with a fully outfitted interior, all with hinged opening roofs, 9 1/2" l. and 8 1/2" l.         Est. $300-600

 

775.        Three Marklin O Gauge Reingold train coaches, hand enameled, to include a no. 1750 baggage in purple maroon, a 1st class Mitropa coach in gold and brown, and a 1st and 2nd class Mitropa coach, with outfitted interior, also in purple maroon and cream, each - 8 1/2" l.           Est. $1,200-1,800

 

776.        Marklin O Gauge no. 18410 Coach train car with box, 1st and 2nd class non smoking car (name plates on one side only), with outfitted interior and numbered box, 12" l.   Est. $500-700

 

777.        Marklin Gauge I Pennsylvania railroad train cars, to include a no. 2945 baggage and two no. 2944 passenger coaches, each - 12" l.         Est. $300-500

 

778.        Marklin O Gauge snow plow, hand painted St. E. V. 20 car with four painted composition figures, 5 1/2" l.              Est. $500-700

 

779.        Marklin Gauge I no. 19481 baggage train car, 53 cm, hand enameled car with electric light, 20 1/2" l.          Est. $600-800

 

780.        Marklin Gauge I no. 16289 PLM train car, hand enameled post/baggage coach, with a compartmented interior, 16" l.                Est. $250-350

 

781.        Marklin O Gauge no. 19440 baggage train car with box, 40 cm, painted tin, with stamped numbers and decal, approximately 15 1/2" l.                Est. $250-450

 

782.        Marklin O Gauge eight-wheel tanker train car, San Diego and Arizona, no. 2926 car, 7 1/4" l.         Est. $200-400

 

783.        Marklin O Gauge Voiture dining train car, eight-wheel coach, with outfitted interior, made for the French market, 8 1/2" l.    Est. $400-600

 

784.        Three Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, to include a no. 18730 snow blower, a gondola, and an open box car, largest - 5 1/4" l.               Est. $400-800

 

785.        Two Marklin O Gauge passenger train cars, to include a no. 18890 baggage and a no. 18860 2nd and 3rd class car, with sleeper interior, each - 8 1/2" l.        Est. $400-800

 

786.        Marklin O Gauge airplane carrier train car, hand enameled flat car, with early styled plane with figure, 8 1/2" l.    Est. $400-600

 

787.        Two Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, to include a freight forwarding flat car and an airplane transport car, each - 6 1/2" l.    Est. $300-500

 

788.        Four Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, four-wheel box car group, to include a no. 16880, a no. 1688, a no. 16820, and an unnumbered car, each - 5 1/4" l.                Est. $500-800

 

789.        Three Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, four-wheel group, to include a no. 16870 Mineral Water box car, a no. 16830, a refrigerated box car, and a no. 16890 cattle car, each - 5 1/4" l.  Est. $400-600

 

790.        Two Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, four-wheel group, to include a hand painted tanker and a flat car with lithographed tin oil barrels, 5 1/4" l. and 6 1/2" l.                Est. $300-500

 

791.        Two Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, to include a no. 17610 covered gondola and a no. 17920 Fyffes Bananen box car with box, 6 1/2" l. and 7 1/2" l.             Est. $200-400

 

792.        Marklin O Gauge no. 19970 mineral train box car, hand enameled car, with guard shack and German signage, 6 1/2" l.              Est. $300-500

 

793.        Marklin O Gauge no. 701935 Talbot freight train car, no. 1767 ballast car, 6 1/2" l.                Est. $200-300

 

794.        Marklin O Gauge no. 19920 train box car, Jamaica Bananen car with guard shack, 6 1/2" l.               Est. $250-350

 

795.        Four Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, to include a no. 17720 stake back gondola, two no. 17910 box cars, and a no. 17720 box car that has been modified as a track cleaner, each - approximately 6 1/2" l.   Est. $400-600

 

796.        Three Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, to include a no. 18520 stake back log carrier, an unnumbered gondola, and a box car with a guard shack, each - 9 1/2" l.         Est. $250-450

 

797.        Six Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, 1930's era grouping, to include a no. 17910 box car, a no. 17610 gondola, three unnumbered box cars, and a livestock car with guard shacks, each - approximately 7" l.     Est. $400-600

 

798.        Four Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, painted and lithographed group, to include a derrick car, a no. 15 short gondola, a no. 18480 flat car, and a gondola with side opening doors, 5" l. - 9 1/2" l.           Est. $300-500

 

799.        Three Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, four-wheel group, to include a no. 17740 BP tanker, a no. 17740 Shell tanker, and a no. 17940 box car with box, each - 7 1/2" l.                Est. $400-600

 

800.        Marklin E920 O Gauge locomotive and tender, European profile 4-4-0 clockwork engine, and no. E929/0 six-wheel tender, 16" l.      Est. $300-500

 

801.        Marklin O Gauge no. E66/12920 train engine and tender, 4-4-0 European profile electric locomotive and four-wheel no. R929/0 0/32 tender, 15" l.     Est. $600-800

 

802.        Marklin O Gauge no. E66/12920 passenger train set, to include an electric 4-4-0 no. 920 with unnumbered box, a six-wheel no. DHE E920 tender, and a no. 17510 2nd class coach with box, engine and tender - 16" l., car - 9 1/2" l.    Est. $300-500

 

803.        Marklin O Gauge no. R 890/25/3 passenger train set in box, lithographed and painted tin set, to include a no. R 890 clockwork engine, a no. 899 tender, a no. 17260 box car, and two no. 17250 coaches, together with a track and signals, locomotive and tender - 11" l., cars - 6 3/8" l.       Est. $250-450

 

804.        Three Marklin O Gauge freight train cars, four-wheel group, to include a stake back gondola with guard shack and a pair of tandem log carriers, 3 1/4" l. and 4 1/2" l.                Est. $150-250

 

805.        Marklin O Gauge Steeple Cab train locomotive, clockwork P.O./E.I. V 1020 0-4-0, stamped Germany, 8 1/2" l.      Est. $400-500

 

806.        Marklin O Gauge no. R 1020 train engine and tender, European profile 0-4-0 clockwork locomotive and four-wheel 0/35 tender, 12" l.            Est. $200-400

 

807.        Marklin O Gauge no. E 1050 locomotive and tender, 4-4-0 European profile clockwork engine and six-wheel no. E1059 tender, 14 1/2" l. Est. $200-300

 

808.        Marklin O Gauge 1040 train engine and tender, to include a 4-4-0 European profile clockwork locomotive and six-wheel tender, 14" l.        Est. $150-250

 

809.        Marklin O Gauge no. RV 920 Steeple Cab train locomotive, 0-4-0 clockwork Swiss style engine with start/stop and forward/reverse levers, 9 1/4" l.               Est. $200-300

 

810.        Two Marklin O gauge electric train engines, to include a no. RV 12890 0-4-0 steeple cab and a no. RS 66/12900 20 volt engine, each approx. - 7 1/2" l.  Est. $200-400

 

811.        German O Gauge train engines and cars, to include a Marklin no. 1030 clockwork locomotive, a Bub electric 0-4-0 engine and tender, a Bing Malva coach, a Hocking Valley gondola, and a Marklin no. 899/0 tender, no. 1030 locomotive - 7 1/4" l., Bub locomotive and tender - 10" l.             Est. $200-400

 

812.        Three O Gauge train engines and tenders, lithographed tin clockwork group, to include a Marklin no. R950 engine and tender, a Bing no. 508 windcutter engine, a no. 1012 tender, and an American profile 0-4-0 unnumbered engine and tender, all - approximately 11" l.               Est. $300-600

 

813.        Bing Gauge I passenger train set, to include a no. 2990 electric 4-4-0 crackle finish engine, a six-wheel tender, and three eight-wheel coaches, the postal/baggage car with a compartmented interior, the dining and sleeping cars, both with an outfitted interior, engine and tender - 21" l., cars - 14" l.          Est. $1,000-2,000

 

814.        Bing O Gauge train station, large version having an embossed painted tin with sandstone finish, with cast metal tower caps and insulator racks, 12" h., 23" w., 8" d.          Est. $1,000-1,500

 

815.        Bing O Gauge train station, small version, having embossed lithographed tin with signage, 8" h., 10" w., 6 1/2" d. (not including insulator pole)      Est. $400-600

 

816.        Bing O Gauge motorized LNER passenger train set, to include a no. 2568 fabricated power car with partial dining interior, a no. 2568 car with a full interior, and a no. 1234N passenger car, each - 12 1/2" l.              Est. $500-800

 

817.        Bing O Gauge Apollo passenger train set in box, to include an 0-4-0 electric three-rail engine, a six-wheel no. 513 tender, and three no. 1924 LMS 1st and 3rd class passenger cars, with a Gamage Model Railway, Holborn, London compartmented set box with several pieces of Bing track, engine - 8 1/2" l., cars - 6 1/2" l.            Est. $600-900

 

818.        Bing O Gauge lithographed tin freight train set with box, to include a no. 504 electric engine, a LNER 504 tender, and four freight cars, locomotive and tender - 11" l., cars - 4 1/2" l. and 5 1/2" l.           Est. $200-300

 

819.        Bing O Gauge live steam train set, to include a 0-4-0 European profile hand painted engine, a six-wheel tender, and a no. 1985 1st and 3rd coach passenger car, 22" l.              Est. $600-900

 

820.        Bing O Gauge passenger train set, to include a 4-4-0 European profile clockwork engine, an eight-wheel no. 210 tender, and three lithographed and painted, hinged roof baggage and passenger coaches, locomotive and tender - 13" l., cars - 8 1/2" l.     Est. $350-650

 

821.        Bing O Gauge George The Fifth passenger train set, to include a no. 2663 European profile clockwork painted tin engine and tender, a Cassandra Pullman lithograph coach, and two GWR lithograph coaches with painted roofs, engine and tender - 15 1/2 " l., cars - 12" l.    Est. $300-600

 

822.        Two early Bing O Gauge freight train cars, to include a painted tin Petroleum tanker and a bunker car, 3 1/4" l. and 4" l.        Est. $300-400

 

823.        Bing O Gauge clockwork trolley car with start/stop and forward/reverse levers, 8 1/2" l.                Est. $500-700

 

824.        German lithographed tin train set in box, to include a clockwork locomotive, tender, and three cars in compartmented set box, with full eight-piece oval track, set - 24" l.         Est. $200-300




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