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Auctioneer Farrin's Country Auctions 207-582-1455
Auction Date Oct 19 Auction
36 Water Street
Randolph, Me
Time 05:00PM
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Farrin's Country Auctions

Pre-Election Estate Auction

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 5:00P.M.

Pr-auction will begin at 1:00PM. Dressers, tables, chairs, many box lots, tools, household goods, many unusual items and so many items for you to discover!!

36 Water Street 

Randolph, Maine

1-800-474-2507 or (207)582-1455 or

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Our facility is handicap accessible, lighted parking, comfortable chairs, friendly staff and great home cooking offered at Patty's Pantry! We give away two $50.00 gift certificates at the conclusion at each auction. We continuously accept consignments for future auctions.

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Every year we offer a traditional Thanksgiving auction with 400 hand selected antiques that are fresh to the market for your bidding pleasure! This year we are naming it the, “Pre-Election Auction” and holding it in October with a nice selection of country antiques, art work, Oriental rugs, Victorian pieces and much more!!


Oil on canvas of house scene trees and grindstone by EMILE P. GRUPPE(12” by 16”), oil on board abstract signed NILES SPENCER, water color by Frendschmicht,  water color of a farm by a stream by Du Bois Fenelon Hasbrouck, oil on board of ocean  painting by Gustave Goetsch, water color of desert trees by Janet Covell , primitive painting of fisherman, nice portrait of a lady, mini water color of a Gentleman, nice mixed media of horses signed Dragon Fly 2007, portrait of a young girl By Cherie Sprague Pierce, early portrait of Mr. Sewell in a period birds eye maple frame, large oil on canvas of Lake of the Four Cantons by E. Warren Stuart, oil on canvas of ocean by Cal Wilson, embroidered of young girl and cat, 3 watercolors by Blanche Minot, small early therom, pastel of house with buggy by Marie Cole, still life of fruit in bowl dated 1886, 1893 sampler, great primitive oil on board of white farmhouse and barn signed A.B. Fick 1874, early painting of Victorian house and cows signed Autumn Diaco, nice reverse painted mirror with painting of lady, Colorado railway photo plus several other pieces of art work!!


9’ by 12’ Heriz carpet, 3’ by 4’ Kazak, 3’ by 4’ prayer rug, 4’ by 5’ Hamadan, 3’by 4’ Karaja, nice 9’ by 12’ Heriz, 2’ by 3’ Lillihan, 3’ by 6’ Shirvan, 3’ by 4’ Kurd, 4’ by 6’ Sereban, 9’by 12’ Tabriz, 2’ by 5’ Hamadan, one hall runner. all estate rugs are fresh to the market!!


18th century Massachusetts, 5 drawer period chest on well carved ball and talon feet, Pennsylvania Chippendale walnut tall chest with 3 drawers over two drawers over 5 drawers with molded columns, nice curved glass oak china closet with carved lions head and claw feet with full mirrored back, mahogany breakfront china closet, mahogany claw foot Governor Winthrop desk, 4/4 mahogany tall dresser, unusual carved front 3 drawer lift-top camphor wood blanket chest, small paymaster desk, early Queene Anne lift top 2 drawer blanket chest, small 2 door walnut bookcase with 3 drawers, fancy slant front carved walnut secretary, mahogany Edison Diamond disc official laboratory model upright phonograph, early Sheraton card table, yellow mustard paint decorated dressing table, pair of decorated chairs, early drop-leaf tables, early 2/5 bracket base birch chest, carved front oak cane display case, early stretcher base walnut drop-leaf table, small early 4 drawers mahogany chest, cedar chest, cedar wardrobe, mahogany music cabinet, nice small walnut loveseat, fancy rockers, mahogany stands, 36” curly maple slant front bracket base Chippendale desk with nice interior, early 4 drawer red and black decorated chest with great green pin striping and back splash, early one drawer dressing table in black green with a great turned leg, nice Victorian walnut corner cupboard, walnut Victorian 2 piece book case, fancy walnut Victorian book case, early pierced tin pie safe,  great early spindle back Windsor, wonderful old blanket box in old red paint, Red and Black decorated Grandfather’s clock,  period ball and claw foot slant front desk belong to the Govner of Maine, early chests and other period furniture!!


1)     Large signed Hank Walker black swan, 2) large signed Hank Walker goose, 3) Rare Martin D. Collins E. Wareham, Ma. Scoter decoy, 4) rare signed J.H Whitney Maine black duck decoy, 5) Another larger rare signed J.H Whitney Maine black duck decoy, 6) early wooden duck decoy w/ lead bottom, 7) signed Pumpkinhead fish decoy by well-known artists Will and Kay Lake, 8) carved wooden shorebird by George A. Ricker Jr. West Chelmsford, Ma., 9) rare seagull decoy on stand, by Wil Gosselin “The Oyster Catcher”, 10) sm. goose decoy signed J. Laurer, 11) large early wooden goose decoy, 12) signed loon decoy by Chas Moore,  13) signed and nicely painted wooden duck decoy, 14) signed and nicely painted wooden duck decoy, 15) signed Hank Walker pintail duck decoy, 16) Mallard duck decoy, 17) signed loon decoy by Chas Moore, 18) signed Hooded Merganser by Tuckerton Decoys, N.J. Armand J. Carney, 19)signed Hank Walker wooden pintail decoy, 20)signed red breasted merganser decoy by Gary M. Starr, 21)small wooden decoy w/ nice paint, 22)signed hooded merganser by Tuckerton Decoys, N.J. Armand J. Carney, 23) small wooden duck decoy signed PC, 24)Herter Bros. mallard decoy, 25)red head signed Wildfowler decoy, 26) nicely painted wooden black duck decoy, 27) signed carved and painted black duck decoy by C.L Allen, 28) nicely painted wooden duck decoy, 29) carved and painted wooden duck decoy, 30) signed Bob Berry North American duck decoy, 31) red head canvasback drake by L.L Bean Bowdoinham, Maine, 32)nicely painted wooden Wildlife Decoy Kennebunk, Me., 33) painted canvasback decoy by Bill Wetmore, 34) nicely painted merganser decoy, 35) signed Bob Berry North American Duck hooded merganser decoy, 36) signed Hank Walker Swan decoy, 37) nice wooden goose decoy w/ turned head by wooden wildlife Kennebunk, Me., 38) wooden goose decoy, 39) wooden goose decoy by Dan Phillips, 40) Canada goose decoy by P. Mountjoy, 41) Widgeon duck decoy by J.F Hall, 42) large goose decoy signed Wil Gosselin, 43) carved and painted wooden mallard duck decoy.


Early ship diorama, cased ship model, early milk glass rolling pin with painting of ship, cement black lawn jockey ornament, neat old leather suitcase belong to A.B. Ricker-Poland Spring Maine, early scoter decoy, great inlaid Nautical sewing box, early pair of beckets, stoneware flask, great early green painted bible box, early 4 tiered Shaker plant stand in old  paint, green firkin, small carved wooden totem pole, goose decoy branded Nixon, great early hollow carved goose decoy, neat old store window from a store in Machais with COKE advertising, wonderful large 3 story Victorian doll house fully functional with furniture, great early dove tailed utilitarian wall box rack, wonderful cased pair of dueling pistols engraved from top to bottom signed P.V. RAEDER, early milk glass rolling pin with painting of ship, early Indian and irons, Hampshire green matt pottery lamp with shade, early beckets, slate painted game board, red ware, early burl bowl, great early rocking horse, early cheese basket, early 1700’s footed brass lantern clock, early folky hooked rug of dog, World’s Fair mechanical bank, lot of model toys, early stick barometer, double sided DEERING HARVESTING MACHINE sign sand paper, 1852 Augusta, Maine broadside, early Pennsylvania yellow decorated cricket stool, neat fireplace screen with horse racing design, nice leaded glass fireplace screen, early Shaker up and down butter churn, great early trencher in paint, Tiffany crystal regulator clock, rooster weathervane, several nice quilts, decorated Indian baskets, large sterling trumpet vase, nice assortment of gold jewelry, great small early spruce gum box, several nice crooked knives, wooden trade razor with sayings, child's rocker, great carved pair of mahogany panels, old store lamp, Gustov Stickley bed, Colonial Beacon oil company sign, log caliper, auto lite advertising clock, Ogee mirrors, oak spool cabinet, early fire truck toy, west coast Smith Miller truck, early press steel toys, porcelain bus stop sign, great early hooded rug of a lion, carved Knitty Knotty leaded glass panel lamp, white slag glass panel lamp, painted firkins, early candle lantern, nice sailor's Valentine, several braided rugs, period and irons, brass fire fendez, large green chopping bowl, great wooden Scientific Washer in great paint, Shaker churn, decorated dome top box, wooden fingered blue bucket, early Rush lamp, great cared wooden owl, Rice Seed display, Atlantic Refining Automobile Gasoline porcelain sign, wooden fingered blue bucket, Unusual International oak time clock, tin toy airplane, early checkerboard, wooden chopping bowl and many other small country antiques to bid on!  

Preview:Tuesday October 18, 2016, from 10:00A.M. To 6:00P.M. Wednesday, October 19, 2016 from 8:00A.M. to auction time!

Terms: Cash, credit card or approved check. 10 % buyer’s premium and 5.5% Maine State sales tax unless we have a valid resale number or file. All items sold as is are all sales are final.


36 Water Street, Randolph, Me 04346

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