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Auctioneer Rivenburgs Auction Gallery (570) 945-9493
Auction Date Nov 02 Auction
Fleetville Fire Hall
Firehouse Lane off Route 407
Fleetville, PA
Time 03:00PM
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  • Victorian Joey clown glass ornament

    Victorian Joey clown glass ornament







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AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 5001


Wednesday November 2,2016 starting at 3 p.m.

 With Furniture

 Consignments drop off is Sunday Oct. 30th  4pm till 6pm

 Call for pick up

 Ken 570 945 9493

Fleetville Fire hall Route 407

Fleetville PA 18420


Furniture Antique :   Federal style 3 drawer mahogany inlaid stand, 2 door primitive cupboard,  primitive bench with pegged legged, dough box, mahogany candle stand, rosewood rocker,  mahogany piano stool with glass ball  & metal claw feet,  all cedar chest, Victorian hanging mirror (3 mirrors together),  teakwood dining table & 6 chairs,  dough box on stand, Victorian marble top hall tree w/mirrored back,  primitive stand w/splash back,  birds eye maple bed and dresser, mahogany poster bed, mahogany dresser base, depression  bachelors chest, smoking stand, grain painted primitive chest,  cherry drop leaf table,  Victorian scene folding mahogany card table,  mahogany folding top card table,  alabaster base metal floor lamp,  rosewood gold guilt curio cabinet with Victorian children scenes at bottom,  melodeon piano, 

Furniture Modern: bar height patio table & 2 chairs with umbrella,  slat bench –tables,  black metal 4 drawer filing cabinet,  pressed wood filing cabinet with 2 door cabinet,  bar height vinyl and metal 6 swivel stools with glass top table, mahogany Queen Anne style dining table and 6 chairs,  mahogany breakfront,  mahogany server,  Chinese oriental nesting tables,  carved pine bedroom suite( bed , bachelors chest , large dresser w/mirror and night stand)   glass and metal computer desk,  computer chair,  wicker bachelors chest,  quilt rack,  leaded slag glass chess table,  wicker chest,  4 pc sectional lounge set,  beige microfiber loveseat,  large olive green leather sectional sofa set with ottoman,  white metal day bed,

Collectibles: Victorian Joey clown glass ornament,  Currier and Ives Battle of Fredricksburg original print (10” x 14”),  sterling flatware, sterling collector spoons,  life size bronze horse (63” high  x 65” long x 15” wide,  bronze baby crawling on base (green patina, 18 ½” long x 12” high x 8” wide),  bronze cherub baby with water fountain spout (22”  long x 13” high x 10” wide),  Vietnam photo album 82nd airborne,   597 Roosevelt silver diems, 121 Mercury silver dimes,  silver quarters, (2)  Citizen Bank dime saver books full, Citizen Bank Daily Quarter saver book full,  buffalo nickels,  10 full rolls of wheat pennies,  14 kt white & gold filigree ring w/red stone, 10 kt gold pin Stanford Hospital (green citrine stone),  14 kt gold filled pens (fountain, dip),  Collectors Edition of The Mason Free and Accepted limited to 100 pocket knife,  American Indian beaded belt/ bag (green military cloth, bright yellow-blue-light blue, light green and white colored beads),  1816 Blessed Way to Heaven True Doctrine  by John Deer,  Parts book for Harley Davidson 1942 Model WLA Built for the USA Army  (Issued  November 1 1941),  circa 1905-1909 Baseball hand fan/  Score Keeper advertising  “For a High Ball go the Grand Hotel  214 Lackawanna Ave Scranton PA on the front and the back “No Matter who wins stop at “ARROW” after the games 406 Spruce St Scranton Pa , ( The Meek Co Coshocton OH  Patent May 17 1904, does have a large bend crease),  colored prism candelabrum,  antique Western Electric oak wall crank phone, Chauncey Jerome  New Haven Ct. clock,   8 day  William Gilbert  beehive clock,  8 day Forestville rectangular ogee clock, Gilbert  steeple clock,  brass ship port window/ mirror,  1970’s leather magazine rack, nutcracker  beverage holder, silver plate flatware set,  red cut to clear footed bowl, wire candelabrum,  1970’s  brass floor telephone, modern oriental vase,

Tools/ appliances:  Craftsman push lawn mower,  Bissel rug shampooer,  JVC  @50” flat screen tv,  stereo system,  Eclipse elliptical machine,  Jake weight lifting bench,  Craftsman scroll saw,  electric Toro leaf blower, battery hedge trimmer,  Whirlpool dehumidifier,  Wood’s upright freezer,  Major Forge full size grill,  Breeze air purifier,


               Auctioneer: Ken Rivenburg Jr   Lic AU 2808-L   570 945 9493

Terms:  Cash, MC./Discover/Visa   13% Buyers Premium w/3% discount for cash


Always buying & selling your fine antiques and estates

Directions: Areas Scranton and South:  take  I-81 to exit 194 to Clarks Summit turn onto Route 407 North Go 8.8 miles on left.   From Areas North  take Route 81 South to exit  202 Benton to Route 107 W go 3.8 miles stay right at stop sign continue onto Route 107 W for 3.5 miles to blinking light in Fleetville Corners make left onto Route 407 S go 3/10 mile auction on right.   from Tunkhannock and areas East:  take route 6 East for 8.1 miles  merge onto Route 11 South for 1 mile then left onto Route 107 East for 5.1 miles, at blinker light turn left onto Route 407 South fire hall 1/3 mile on right.  You can also Google map search for “Fleetvile Volunteer Fire Co Fleetville PA 18420” it is pinned on Google Maps

Auctioneer License Information: PA AH 0177-L

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