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Auctioneer Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC - Barbara Masterson & Robin Brabander Auctioneers 330-421-9263
Auction Date Jan 01 Auction
1480 Pearl Road
Brunswick, OH
Time 03:00PM
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This is the one! We search all year long to bring you the unusual and hard to find and this was a very special year in our opinion! Long ad and a large auction!

Antique & Collectible Auction

SUNDAY, January 1st, 2017

Auction at 3 PM, Preview at 2 PM

Diamond Event Center 1480 Pearl Road (Rt. 42), Brunswick, Ohio 44212

Directions: Just south of the intersection of Routes 42 & 303 (Center Rd.) 

Or 2 miles west of I-71, Rt. 303 Brunswick exit. Or 10 miles east of Rt. 83.

This is the one! We search all year long to bring you the unusual and hard to find and this was a very special year in our opinion! Long ad and a large auction!

Come for an evening of fun and go home the winner of a treasure or two or more!

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STERLING SILVER, JEWELRY, WATCHES: 42 pieces Towle sterling flatware (5 piece service for 6 plus extras and a few serving pieces), “Louis XIV” pattern, 1764 grams. Set of 12 matching, marked sterling silver, 6” diameter plates by International Sterling, 850 grams. 16 pieces marked sterling flatware and serving pieces, some matching pieces, 568 grams. 23 pieces, 20 are marked sterling and 3 are coin silver, teaspoons, souvenir spoons, flatware, 480 grams. Marked, International Sterling round tray, 10” diameter, H106-1, gadroon rim, 340 grams. 12 3/4” X 6 3/4” sterling shallow dish with pierced floral design rim, marked 7779, 262 grams. Figural swan dish, marked sterling 25, made in Mexico, 7 1/2” long, 256 grams. 4 pieces marked sterling, 2 Edw. San Giovanni condiment bowls and 2 Frank M. Whiting spoons, 250 grams. Royal Danish, marked sterling oval bowl G23-2, 8 1/2” long, tab handles, 222 grams. Marked “Sterling 925 Mexico” footed creamer, 250 grams. R. Wallace & Sons 10 piece teaspoon in the “Eton” pattern (204 grams) with cake/pie server monogrammed “S” (86 grams). 11 matching, marked sterling, demitasse spoons with the Frank M. Whiting logo, patent June 9, 1891, no monograms,166 grams. Pair 7 1/2” tall candlesticks, marked International Sterling in the “Prelude” pattern, N213, 844 grams, weighted & reinforced. Pair Gorham sterling compotes #740, 582 grams, cement loaded. Pair marked Raimond Sterling, weighted candelabras, 3 light, can be converted to single lights, #664, 1170 grams each. 10 marked sterling spoons (172 grams) with 6 additional spoons, some souvenir. Pair sterling, 3”, footed urn vessels with gadroon rims, 114 grams. Sterling bowl with attached underplate, 82 grams. Duchin sterling, weighted salt & pepper shakers, 262 grams. 9 3/4” tall engraved sterling candlestick, 246 grams. 6 pieces, solid sterling and sterling handles, carving set, solid meat fork, solid spoon and other. 5 pieces marked sterling ladies dresser hand mirrors and brush. Walker & Hall, Sheffield , England silver plate muffin or breakfast warmer, complete with roll back domed lid and 2 removable trays, circa late 1800's to early 1900's. Pair silver plate wall sconces made from domed meat tray cover.

Jewelry & Watches: Marked; “Globe” Made in China” sterling silver 1/2” wide filigree bracelet with bezel set turquoise stones. Marked; “Silver China” hinged panel, repousse link bracelet with bezel set, probable carnelian stones. Marked; “Jacob Tostrup of Norway” Art Nouveau sterling enameled brooch. Signed Hattie Carnegie gold tone rhinestone and faux jade Buddha pin. Signed Miriam Haskell simulated baroque pearl, triple strand bracelet with rhinestone accented leaf clasp and matching pin. Marked; “Regal 10k” floral brooch, 8g. Marked 14k Masonic ring, 10 g, band broken. Signed, David Andersen, Norway, sterling enameled panel link necklace and bracelet. Marked: “Mexico Silver” grape cluster necklace and bracelet, 70 grams. Marked: “Mexico Silver” black onyx Aztec mask pin and earrings. Improved Order of Red Men Past Sachem 10k lapel pin. Mason's 14k lapel pin, Mason's 25 yr. pin, Eastern Star pendant and pin. South Bend pocket watch in gold filled, warranted 20 years, hunter case with 15 jewels, size Os, model 2 and “jeweled” fob, circa 1911, serial #677616 on watch, working. Illinois Watch Co. pocket watch, serial #254062, size 18s, 11 jewels, lever set, key wind, estimated production year 1882, model 2 with Brooklyn Watch Co. engraved hunter case, serial #247315 (not running, missing stem). Working, New York Standard Watch Co. pocket watch, serial #4512347 in guaranteed 20 years engraved hunter case marked C.W. Mfg. Co. 1111374. Elgin pocket/pendant watch, serial #8971972, grade 222, size Os, in hunter case #299590, guaranteed 25 years, in glass domed watch stand. Illinois Watch Co. pocket watch, model 4, 16 jewels with fob and gold plated pocket knife, not currently working. New Haven pocket watch with inset second hand, does not run consistently. Girard Perregaux 17j lady's wristwatch serial #65199 in marked 14k S&W case, original box with hang tag. Does not run consistently, needs servicing. Henri Purec lady's quartz wristwatch, marked 14k 0.585 case & marked 14k Italy clasp. In orig. pouch with paper hang tag. Wakmann, 1950's watch catalog or brochure entitled: “$20,000 Show Case”. J.B. watch bands size gauge. P.J. Breivogel watch dial tin.

VINTAGE TOYS, DOLLS: Casige toy sewing machine, model 121 with fairy and boy archer graphics in original box, Made in Western Germany. “The Dogpatch 4” Li'l Abner, tin litho windup band around the piano, copyright 1945 United Features Syndicate, Unique Art Mfg. Co., working except for Granny. Working, “Jumpin Jeep” tin litho wind up toy by Marx. Marked; Made In USA, tin litho sand pail and shovel with Z.R.I. dirigible overhead in beach scenes, (the Z.R.I. was the first American built rigid airship or dirigible – 1920's in New Jersey). Testors “Sprite Special” gas powered race car with original shipping box, guarantee sheet and 2 manuals. Barclay, 2 piece set, slush mold car and “Tourist Trailer”. Barclay, 4 piece set: trailer truck with trailer and 2 cars. Barclay, 6 piece auto transport set: truck, 4 cars and folding aluminum trailer. Vintage 23” pressed steel Texaco tanker by Buddy L. Vintage, pressed steel, 28” long “Model Toys” Heiliner, earth mover, scraper. 20” long, pressed steel, Structo Toys, flat bed tow truck/wrecker. 2 Ohio Art tin litho, wind up speed boats. 19 volumes Little Leather Library, Corporation N.Y. (in red). Rock'Em Sock'Em robots. Stereoptican with box of cards. Matchbox and Lesney die cast cars. Library of Modern Wonder Books in metal case.

Dolls: 20” bisque, socket head doll marked; “Heubach Koppelsdorf 250 O Germany” on back of head, jointed compo body, sleep eyes, open mouth with 4 upper teeth. Leon Prieur, Paris, France, Mon Cheri, 16” bisque socket head doll on jointed compo body, blue glass stationary eyes, painted lashes and brows, open mouth with 5 upper teeth, human hair wig, pierced ears, marked; “Cheri, LP, Paris” on back of head. Ernst Heubach bisque, shoulder head doll on jointed kid leather body, 14 1/2” tall, fixed glass eyes, painted lashes and brows, open mouth with 4 upper teeth, attached human hair wig, marked: “Made in Germany” with horseshoe symbol with backwards E & K. Armand Marseille 1895 bisque socket head doll on jointed compo body, marked: “1894, AM2 DEP, Made In Germany”, 16” tall with sleep eyes, painted brows and lashes, open mouth with 4 upper teeth and mohair wig. Bye-Lo-Baby doll by Grace S. Putnam with stamped body and impressed mark on head; “Copr. By Grace S. Putnam, Made in Germany”, about 16” tall with frog legs and celluloid hands, brown sleep eyes. Armand Marseille 985, 10” bisque character boy doll with dimpled face, sleep eyes, jointed body and mohair wig. 9 1/2” bisque bonnet head boy doll. China shoulder head doll, 21” tall in brown velvet dress with real fur trim. Steiff, limited edition, replica “Gentleman In Morning Coat”, #233/3000 with COA in original box. Steiff rolly poly clown. Hall's Lifetime Toys canopy bed, 3 drawer dresser with mirror, bisque doll.

ORIGINAL & OTHER ARTWORK: Johann Jakob Frey (Swiss) 1813-1865) pair original paintings: “Views In and Around Naples”, frames measure 11” X 14” and paintings measure 5 1/2” X 8 1/2”, each has an F.R. (Frost & Reed) label on the back (Frost & Reed is one of the UK's oldest dealerships, established in 1808), both were purchased, as a pair, in 1967 from Vixseboxse Art Galleries, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, one of Cleveland's oldest and most prominent art galleries at the time, these come with the original 1967 receipt from Vixseboxse and a bio on Frey from Vixseboxse. Original pastel by Everett Shinn (1867-1953), signed and dated 1900, framed under glass 15 3/4” X 19 1/4”, double matted, view measures 9” X 11 3/4”, street scene most probably Paris, comes with letter from Christie's East on the back. Framed original oil painting “A Devon Landscape” by Arthur James Stark (English School 1831-1902), framed 23” X 30”, view 17” X 24”, signed and dated lower left; “J. Stark 1868”, frame is ornate in tones of gold with name plate at bottom, comes with original 1967 receipt from Vixseboxse Art Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio. Framed original oil on canvas painting, signed lower left, Cedric Morris (1889-1982), landscape, framed 22 3/4” X 27”, view 15 1/4” X 19 1/4”. Original oil on canvas, signed W. Richards (English 1876), landscape with cottage and stream, 29” X 22” framed. Framed original watercolor “House Courcay, France” 24” X 20”, monogram on lower right. 2 Michael Garman Cityscape sculptures in wooden case, “Spilt Milk” and “Hotel Window”, 23 1/2” tall X 13 1/4” wide X 6 1/4” deep with hang tags. Carol Grigg, Cherokee painter, framed print 42” X 26” of Indian woman and child on horseback. Finesse Originals, 12 Signs of The Zodiac, 40” diameter framed mirror in metallic bronze and gold colors.

LIGHTING, LAMPS, CLOCKS: Jaeger LeCoultre, Rue de La Paix, 8 day streetlamp or lamp post clock, 11” tall, 15 jewels, was working but stopped (Jaeger is the manufacturer of luxury Swiss watches and clocks and Rue de La Paix is a fashionable shopping street in the center of Paris with many jewelers). Marked B & H (Bradley & Hubbard) piano floor lamp with hand painted glass globe, adjustable height, brass base. Antique, marked B & H (Bradley & Hubbard) hanging oil lamp (electrified correctly so can be converted back to oil), glass shade and font with matching floral design, brass chains, chain mechanism present, pierced design rings & crown, engraved metal pieces. Slag glass shade lamp, polychrome base and metal overlay shade frame in cream with green and touches of red floral design, 2 light, 21 1/2” tall, shade is 16” in diameter at bottom, lamp base is 7 1/4” in diameter at bottom, shade has 6 slag glass panels in shades of green, brown and caramel. Art Deco slag glass shade lamp with polychrome metal base, crown shape shade with metal overlay, 22” tall, base is 7 1/2” in diameter at bottom, slag glass shade has 6 crown panels and 6 lower panels in butterscotch with 6 ruby red diamond shaped pieces at the lower edge, frame of shade holds glass in place with continuous metal flaps rather than the individual metal tabs, working 2 light. Art Deco skyscraper hanging light fixture with brass form fitting frame assembly and 19 1/2” tall X 12” diameter textured glass globe, 8” fitter. Electrified banquet lamp, very ornate metal base, glass globe, 36” tall. Art Deco slag glass lamp with heavy brass overlay, 2 light, metal base, 19” tall.

Tall case clock, 7' 6”, curly maple door, hardwood case, weight driven, metal face with apple and gold design and marked; “L. Kelley, Sidney”, not running. Working, Junghans 8 day, key wind with pendulum mantel clock, Westminster chimes on ¼ and ½ hour, strikes on hour with chimes, works are marked “Model #W200a, Made in Germany”, shut off switch for chimes. Working, New Haven Clock Co., key wind wall clock with lyre shaped case, pendulum and key, last patent date on works Dec. 25, 1923, paper label on case back, Westminster chimes on ¼ hours, chime silence option. Working, Sessions Mission style key wind wall clock with pendulum in oak case, paper label on back: “Ramona”, patented may 30, 1905, strikes on hour, dings at ½ hour, glass panel pendulum door on bottom of case. Working, Junghans mantel clock in burl finish case, key wind with pendulum, movement marked: “Junghans Wurttenburg 2 28 W189 200”, strikes on hour and ½ hour. Working, Waterbury Luceum key wind, spring driven with pendulum wall clock, paper labels on back, E. & J. Swigart, replacement face. Working, F. Kroeber key wind shelf clock with ornate mirrored cut glass pendulum, paper label on back, strikes on the hour. Patent June 23 and Oct. 6, 1874. Working, Ansonia black enamel, cast iron mantel clock with porcelain face, movement patented June 8, 1892, case has side columns, strikes on hour and ½ hour. William L. Gilbert Clock Co., “Calla” model mantel clock with reverse painted glass door, walnut case, alarm feature, strikes on hour, 2 keys, paper label on back. Gustav Becker key wind wall clock with pendulum, divided glass door, Gloria chimes. Clock keys.

MANY PIECES ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Knock down wardrobe, 52” X 18” X 86” tall, burl insert panels on doors, loop and pin drawers, 2 drawers in base. 3 piece graceful, Federal style, parlor suite with original 1900 receipt, settee and 2 chairs, curved backs, reupholstered seats in neutral fabric. A turn of the century grand bed with head and foot boards with burled panels, bulls eye applied moldings, head board is 77” tall X 58” wide. Renaissance dresser with mirror, glove boxes, candle stands, drop pulls, hand made dovetail construction. Eastlake washstand with 1 drawer over 2 blind doors, marble top and backsplash with candle stands, 28” wide X 33” tall X 16 1/2” deep. Dated 1867, hump back trunk with hand wrought iron banding and iron bale handles, dated on front 1867 with a name that is illegible. 1800's Eastlake Davenport desk with 3 sided galley, slant lid, one side has a locked door (no key) and the other side has 1 small drawer over 4 loop and pin construction drawers, spoon carvings. Marble top parlor table with carved apron and gracefully curved legs. Nearly 8' tall pier (peer) mirror, 27” wide, stunning with columns, carvings, acorns, medallions, this one has it all, walnut and hard woods. Oak china cupboard with curved glass sides, top crest piece with shaped, beveled mirror, open work scrolls, columns with key, 41” wide X 73” tall. Governor Winthrop style secretary desk, 2 glass doors over drop front over 3 serpentine drawers, carved ball and claw feet with key. Carved, balloon back chair with needlepoint seat. Oval marble top table with 4 legs around center column, casters. Small plant stand in oak. 3 tier, folding cake stand with handle. 17” X 11” X 26” tall small table or stand in cherry with center column and small legs. Stenciled, metal fireside ash/coal holder with slant top and space at back for fireplace tools. Renaissance turtle top table, 4 legs around center column, 28” tall. 1 drawer Eastlake table with lower shelf with galley, reeded and spoon carved accents, possibly cherry, 28” tall X 34” long X 23” deep. 36” long X 24” table with curved legs ending in paw feet. Small size bar cupboard, 1920's, a unique piece.

PORCELAIN, GLASS, POTTERY: Signed “Orient & Flume, Beyers, Hudin 0506W 6 of 685”, 6 1/2” tall vase created by Scott Beyers and Lee Hudin, all sided views of cactus plants. Signed Steuben “Beacon of Light”, designed by Eric Hilton, 2006, 6 1/4” tall with base, original receipt and brochure. Signed Steuben Octopus designed by Taf Leber Schaefer, 2005, #9045, 5” tall and approximately 9” wide. Signed Steuben 1988, “Slinky Cat” designed by Donald Pollard, 8 3/4” tall. Signed Steuben, Eagle on Ball #8130, designed by James Houston, 6 1/2” tall, 12” wide. Signed Steuben “Yearling” #8985 designed by Taf Lebel Schaeffer. Signed Steuben “Lyre Cobra” vase, 8” tall, designed by Lloyd Atkins. Signed Steuben, goose and gander, pair. Signed Lalique, France and labeled; Lalique, Paris, 4 1/4” long frog in green. Signed; Lalique, France and labeled; Lalique, Paris, footed compote with 4 birds and frosted stem, 5 1/2” diameter bowl and 3 3/4” tall. Signed and labeled, Lalique, France “Tang Horse” in amber, 3 5/8” tall. Signed; Daum, France, frog on lily pad, pate de verre glass, 2 14” tall. Signed and some labeled, Daum, France, set of 3 monkeys, hear, see, speak no evil. Laszlo Ispanky for Goebel Crafts of North America draped nude limited edition bisque figurine #206/700. Kaiser Porzellan, West Germany, colored bisque figurine of 2 penguins, artist Wolfgang Gawantka. Kaiser Porzellan, limited edition, American bald eagle sculpture by Giuseppe Tagliarol, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the bald eagle as a symbol of the USA, #559/2000 with COA. Rose colored iridescent bud vase with Alvin sterling floral and vine overlay, etched 866 on the bottom, sterling marked; “Patented, 3377, 999/1000 Fine” with Alvin sterling hallmark, believed to be Loetz. Westmoreland “Doric” crystal lace with ruby stain body, 2 piece epergne. Early 20th century, hand painted blue beverage set, pitcher with 4 matching tumblers. Capodimonte porcelain figurine of dancing maiden in flowing gilt dress. Lladro “Ten & Growing” #7635, 10th anniversary of Lladro Collector's Society piece, issued 1995, retired 1998, sculptor Franciso Polope. Lladro “Girl Feeding Dog” #1334, issued 1977, retired 1981, sculptor Juan Huerta. “Ada's Feathered Purse” by Fenton master craftsman Dave Fetty. Zsolnay Deco nude in green iridescent Eosin finish, marked on bottom. Karen Labarga 3 face jug with horns, signed on bottom and 821, 9 1/2” tall. Karen Labarga face jug with horns, devil or Satan, signed on bottom and 822, 9 1/2” tall. Minton Parian 17” tall, figure of scantily clad woman with bottle and vessel, impressed marks: “Minton, 284 or 287” and date mark – believed to be 1890. Jerome Massier, Vallauris (France) earthenware, 2 handle vase, carved with ship scene, impressed J. Massier, Vallauris on bottom. Shelley “Harmony” drip ware jug. Beswick Xayal #1265 Arab horse in glossy bay. Goebel small bay horse #254. Victorian crystal, ruffled edge pitcher and 3 tapered tumblers with hand painted flowers and green bands. Yellow threaded pitcher with applied black handle and 4 matching tumblers. 12” tall, marked; “Rheingold” porcelain cavalier figurine. 2 Phoenix Glass “Philodendron” vases, 1 in slate blue over milk glass and 1 in rose shadow, both have original foil labels on bottoms. 17” tall plaster or bisque figure of girl on dog's back teaching him tricks.

VINTAGE CLOTHING, LADY'S ITEMS: 1950's black organza over black taffeta sleeveless cocktail dress with underslip, fabric rose at side waistline, full skirt and fitted bodice. 1950's mint green organza over taffeta cocktail dress, attached draped sash neckline which trails down back of dress, La Selva's of Middleburg Hts., Cleveland, Ohio. 1950's black taffeta dress with tiny white polka dots, Brielle Creations Original label, fitted bodice, ¾ length cuffed sleeves, Peter Pan collar with tie at neckline. Full skirt with tiny accordion pleats at fitted, belted waist. R & K Originals sleeveless 1950's cocktail dress with mint green eyelet organza over cream colored taffeta, wide pleated organza waistband, semi fitted bodice and full skirt, white nylon net slip. Brown ¾ sleeve, 1950's evening dress, taffeta spaghetti strap underdress, sheer brown nylon over dress, full skirt with nylon net slip, satin piping around neckline and sleeve openings. Medium sage green, 100% pima cotton, short sleeve shirt with printed black logo on left breast – ladies has V neckline and 2 buttons, ¾ collar at back, men's has full collar with 3 buttons – be the first one at the auction to tell Robin what piece of clothing has just been described and win the zinger prize. Full length mahogany brown mink fur coat, loose boxy style, rounded collar, fully lined in grey satin, side slit pockets, full sleeves lightly gathered to band at sleeve opening. Avoca Collection (Ireland) full length wool cape in lavenders and rose with attached scarf and button front. Sheared, dark chocolate brown mink car coat, pelts sewn horizontally for design effect, 2 front pockets, lined in satin. Mink and leather car length jacket with mink front and back bodice, beige leather sleeves and trim, stand up mink collar, snap front closures, front pockets.

Mandalian Mfg. Co. Art Deco enameled mesh fringed wristlet/purse with embossed silver tone frame, plunger clasp, chain link handle, floral design with pearlized background. Unmarked, possibly Mandalian, enameled Art Deco mesh fringed purse with orange, green and black feather design on cream background, gold tone pierced and embossed frame, ball and socket clasp. Whiting & Davis, marked sterling, ring mesh purse with pierced floral and vine pattern frame, “jeweled” plunger style clasp, ball fringe, chain link handle. Evans carryall (vanity bag) in gold tone with snake wrist chain, dual openings – 1 side contains mirror, comb and powder compartment with puff, lipstick tube and coin holder while the other side has lighter and compartment for cigarettes. Volupte gold tone powder compact with scalloped edge, rhinestone embellishment on lid and unused powder puff in original box. Copper colored purse with looped fringe and embossed frame. German silver ring mesh purse. Unmarked ring mesh purse with pierced floral and vine frame, ball fringe. Embossed silver tone, rigid handle vanity case. 3 hair combs: 1 celluloid, 1 possibly horn and 1 rhinestone embellished. Antique, 1860's – 70's, woven straw bonnet with attached paper label: “Mrs. C. B. Summers, Fashionable Milliner, Medina, O”. Caron black glass perfume bottle, made by Baccarat. 4 signed perfumes with Don Drumm Studio labels, illegible signatures in shades of pink, purple and iridescent. Glass Eye Studio perfume in purple with iridescence, Dichroic glass, C149 “GEC 145S” C146. F. Martin Studio paperweight perfume in iridescent blues and reds. 4 crystal perfumes: 6 1/2” lay down, Orrefors with heart stopper, Al Thorp, Bombay Crystal. Egyptian glass perfumes with stoppers. 6 assorted perfumes.

FIREARMS, GUNS, MILITARY: Please note, Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC is an FFL (Federal Firearms License). All guns except the 3 black powder, will be sold according to FFL laws. Smith & Wesson, model 1, issue 2, 7 shot, 22 short, octagon 3 1/8” barrel with flat top marked “Smith & Wesson Springfield, Mass.”, 1 piece hammer, square butt, wood – probably rosewood grips, non rounded side plate, bottom break hinge, serial #120604 with matching number on original grips, cylinder has 3 patent dates: 4.3.55, 7.5.185?, 12/19/18??, sheathed spur trigger, ejector rod present. Smith & Wesson, model 10-5, 38 S & W special cartridge, checkered walnut wood grips, 6 shot, swing out cylinder, serrated ramp front sight, notched rear sight, blued overall finish, 5” tapered barrel, serial #C733606. 22 rim fire H & R (Harrington & Richardson) Trapper Model revolver, 7 shot, checkered wood grips, 6” octagon barrel with brass blade front sight, serial #17174-8. H & R (Harrington & Richardson) 923 revolver, 6” barrel, 9 shot, chrome finish, Tenite plastic grips, serrated trigger, serial #P41523 (P=1954). Echasa. Eibar Cal. 32 (7.65 mm) Modelo GZ-MAB, single action semi-automatic pistol, checkered black plastic grips, with magazine, serial #53490. 32 Mauser A – G Oberndorf, model 1914 pistol, checkered plastic one piece wrap around grip with magazine. Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works, 32 hammerless safety revolver, plastic grips with owl logo, break open top, 3” barrel, 5 shot, serial #34013 on trigger guard and matching number on frame under grip. 44” long overall, 24” barrel rifle, wood stock, double set trigger – his father served in Germany after WWII and had this custom made. Steven's Arms Co., pump action shotgun, model 620-A, 12 gauge, serial #43815, checkered wood pump and stock, 29” barrel with cloth bag and vinyl case. American Bull Dog revolver (Iver Johnson), 2 1/2” barrel, 5 shot black plastic grips with eagle, comes in a Colt auto pistol box – we found it there so it stays there. RG, model RG23, 22LR revolver, 6 shot, brown plastic grips, swing out cylinder, with leather holster, serial #T759684.

Black powder pistol, 7” long overall, pull down trigger, brass, wood and silver tone, engraved “London” on 1 side and “In Wadsworth” on the other side, checkered wood grips with raised lion's head on rounded butt and shield in silver on back, engraved design to brass. Black powder, muzzleloader, 41 1/2” long overall, 24” barrel, brass patch box, butt guard and trigger guard, wooden ram rod – his grandfather was a pharmacist during the Depression and a customer brought this in to trade for medicines needed by his family. Black powder revolver, New Model Navy, 36 cal., Italy, wood grips, 6 1/2” barrel, brass trigger guard, 6 shot, serial #026319. Powder horn with bamboo powder measure. Vintage, marked Winchester 45 GOV bullet mold with wooden handles. Acme Co. 12 gauge shotgun shell reloader, cast iron, brass and wood. 2 antique leather, long gun case. Advertisements for Winchester, Remington, Savage, Western and more. Winchester and other 22LR ammo.

Imperial Type A-1 machete with leather sheath and belt. Civil War leather belt with “U.S.” buckle and leather cap pouch – pouch marked “L.S. Baker New York”. Civil War era metal flask, marked on inside of cup and on screw cap: “G. & J.W. Hawksley New York”. U.S. Marine, Rudy Jeglie's 2 photo albums from the 1920's (post WW1), loaded with photos of his service time during the U.S. occupation of Hasco, Haiti, San Domingo and other locations, many of the photos are captioned – included are some family photos and picture postcards – albums together contain over 90 pages, filled on both sides. WWII M40 German Luftwaffe, single decal ET64 helmet with liner. WWII, JAN #1, Joint Army Navy Publication, Uniforms and Insignia, manual of uniforms used by principal military powers of the world. WWII era, Navy service dress blue, wool jumper and white hat (Dixie Cup), arm patches: Petty Officer 1st class, machinist's mate, belonged to John Emmett Conley – initials embroidered inside uniform. “U.S. Naval Training Center” booklet “Life In The Peacetime Navy” booklet and “The Making of A Sailor” U.S. Training Station, Sampson, N.Y. along with the flag given to the family at his passing. Cartridge box. Hinged celluloid sailor pin, some sweetheart jewelry. Military and Navy lapel pins, hat badge, buttons & other. Civil war bullets and other small items. Replica pistol kit, Kentucky Percussion by Ultra HI Products in original box.

ITEMS OF SPECIAL NOTE: 1998 limited edition of just 1000, Harley Davidson men's bicycle in red and cream, Velo Glide Ultra built by GT Bicycles #234/1000, 7 speed with Shimano shifters, gears and brakes. Tiller and treadle velocipede tricycle, 24” diameter rear wheels, 12 1/2” diameter front wheel, circa 1870's – 1920's. Rowe nostalgia CD-100A Wurlitzer 1015 bubbler replica with all instruction manuals, holds 100 CD's. Yamaha clavinova, digital piano, model CVP-303 with all manuals. Buffet Crampon', Paris, made in France, R13 wood clarinet, serial #52242, circa 1955 with R. Miller, Milwaukee, WI rod rubber mouthpiece in hard shell, Lifton case. Burswood Esteban 6 steel string acoustic guitar with stand, right hand dexterity, natural finish. Jukebox style “Berlin Tabletop Spirit of St. Louis” CD player with remote, AM/FM radio, cassette player, wooden cabinet by Polyconcept USA Inc., in original shipping box, model 541.946, lights up, works. Fire Association of Philadelphia fire mark, cast iron, slightly convex, hollow back, 11 3/8” tall X 7 1/4” wide, circa 1860's, faint address #4201, retains some faint coloration of green, black background and brown “FA”, hydrant and hose. Vienna bronze pig butcher with cleaver and ham at butcher block, impressed “Austria” mark, 2 1/2” tall, highly detailed and hand painted. Vienna bronze pigs playing piggy back, 1 1/2” tall, impressed mark and number, Wiener Brozen Fritz Bermann and #390P(?). Vienna bronze wise owl on book, 1 1/4” tall, hand painted, impressed marks: “Austria” and “B” in vase for Franz Bergmann. “Challenging Stallions” cold cast bronze sculpture designed by Lanford Monroe 10” tall, limited edition with brochure, 1984. Hot cast bronze sculpture, 3 Arabian stallions from which all thoroughbred race horses descended, on wood base with COA's and brochure. “Poised For Glory” hot cast bronze sculpture of thoroughbred horse by Dr. Robert Taylor. Bowl or vessel with slightly rounded bottom and label: “American Indian Pottery Vessel 1200 AD”, 10 /8” in diameter and about 5 5/8” deep.

Ho-Chunk/Winnebago Native American Indian, woven splint basket, probably oak or ash with traces of original dye, hand signed in pencil on bottom, partly illegible “Stella?, REN, 325”. Large Ho-Chunk/Winnebago woven splint, market basket of ash, original dyes still evident, double swing handles. Ho-Chunk/Winnebago woven splint basket with points, probably ash signed on bottom. Ho-Chunk/Winnebago woven ash basket or oak splint market basket with double swing handles. Sweet grass and ash strips, woven lidded basket, most likely Gullah in origin. Winnebago woven basket, most likely ash, original dark blue dyes evident in splints around top edge and bottom of basket, collected in WI, 2 small side handles. Small Winnebago basket with points and original reddish orange dye, collected in WI. Appalachian style, half buttock wall basket of oak or ash, collected in Kentucky. Classic design, market basket, oak or ash, collected in Ohio. Legends mixed media sculptures of American Indians, created by C.A. Pardell, “Warning” #343/2500 and “Shhh!” #1003/2500, both with COA, brochure, hang tag and 1 with original receipt. Unused, 3 day Woodstock gate ticket, dated Aug. 15, 16, 17, 1969 and #20781 with COA from Sotheby's. Frigidaire oak ice box, salesman sample with brass hinges and name plate, top lifts back to open. Working, Selective Kopper-King 1 cent, counter top vending machine, serial #6058 with 2 keys, 8 column selections. Working, Select-O-Vend 1 cent, counter top vending machine, serial #13964 with key, 8 column selections. Binnacle brass dome, Sestrel compass on gimbal with side mount oil lamp housing and enclosed oil lamp. Masonic “low twelve” bell in wood case with Waterbury Clock Co. movement, patented 1881.

New England style, hand crank, chain stitch, cast iron sewing machine, circa 1860's – 70's, possibly made by Raymond, unmarked. Western Electric, made for the Bell System, 2 line rotary dial, wall mount telephone in red, model 558 with exclusion and signal keys, G3 handset. Vintage Lockie Lee Dairy Products advertising wall clock, 16” square, lights up and works, Lockie Lee was located in Painesville, Ohio. Vintage “Pepsi Light” working electric, light up advertising wall clock by Screen Products, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pepsi light up advertising sign in heavy metal painted frame, 28” X 12” X 3” deep. Dr. Barker's horse liniment thermometer by Taylor, 36 1/2” tall by 8” wide. Set of 7 Jaschke Pretzl, hand carved doctor figurines, Germany, circa 1950's. Signed Kuno Bierling, hand carved and painted figures, Pied Piper and Hansel 7 Gretel. 2 hand carved and painted wooden figurines: Perkeo & Anri boy with bird. Pair Lepi carved busts – German man with pipe and German woman with knitting needles. 2 carved wooden deer with label: “Religious Art At Dom Karl Storr Munchen”. Pair man and woman miniature carved wooden figures, signed Lucien Bourgault. Man and woman miniature carved and hand painted figures.

Antique, cast iron, book binding press with base measuring 16 1/4” X 10 3/4”, marked “4”. “Wild Life In The Far West” Personal Adventures of A Border Mountain Man, by Capt. James Hobbs, “Illustrated with Numerous Engravings, Published By Subscription Only” 1874 Wiley, Waterman & Eaton, hard cover with gilt. “Our National Parks” by John Muir, published November 1901, copyright 1901, 12 illustrations, hard cover with gilt. Continental Insurance Co., “Instructions To Agents” 1871, J.W. Pratt printer, 102 pages, hard cover with gilt, contains Sept. 1, 1871 letter to agents with notice to a change regarding renewal stamps. “Illustrated History of Rome” two volumes in one, by Thomas Keightley, 1877 World Publishing House, hard cover. “Techno Chemical Receipt (Recipe) Book”, 1908 Henry Baird Co., hard cover with gilt. “Letters of A World Cruise” by A. E. Ibershoff, Edition of 200, Aug. 1925, 12 duo tone illustrations from photos tipped in, stamped suede cover, printed by Roycrofters. Other antique, collectible books. Early 1900's advertising calendars. 2 Babe Ruth pieces: ad for Remington ammo with children and Babe Ruth Underwear box lid. Vintage recipe product premium booklets, 1944 Duz newspaper ad for wartime, oven indicator gauge. Advertising ephemera & other: Red Goose Shoes tablets, TV service tips brochure, Humphrey's Manual, Republic Pig Iron notebook, Amherst Bakery thermometer, Schmidt's Sausage Haus restaurant menu. 3 catalogs - organs, music boxes, pianos, slot machines: "American International Galleries - Automatic Musical Instruments", "The Vestal Press", "The Carl Jensen Collection". "Columbus, Ohio Flood Views 1913" published by C.E. Truesdell, booklet. Book: "Under the Banner of Revolution", Kristana Rakovskeho, 1908. Booklet: "Both Live & Suffer Under the Blows of Our Homeland War", Vojta Benes   (both in Czech).

Vintage, cast iron, dragon floor ash tray, 32” tall by Scroll Art. Vintage, doctor's leather medicine bottle case with 18 bottles, possibly for house calls, Dr. James Gruber, 62 Market Str., Lisbon, Ohio. Huntley & Palmers biscuit tin, metal bell shape, England. Stanley #113 compass or circular plane. Stanley Sweetheart No. 12 ½ scraper, marked sweetheart on screw knob and blade. Stanley G4C Gage iron plane with sweetheart box, corrugated bottom. Stanley Sweetheart dado plane, depth gauge, No. 39, 3/4”.

According to the consignor, these next 4 items were hung in Disney University and he acquired them from someone who worked there: Print mounted on masonite board of Peggy Lee and Pekingese Peg the pound vamp (Peggy Lee was the voice behind Peg's animation) from “Lady and The Tramp”, 23 1/2” X 17 3/4”. Phil Harris and Sebastian Cabot who did the voices for Baloo the bear and Bagheera the panther in “The Jungle Book”, print mounted on board, 23 1/2” X 17 3/4”. Print of Earffel Tower (before logo was applied) in Disney's Hollywood Studios – theme park at start of construction, on board, 16” X 23 1/2”. “See It At AMC Pleasure Island 10” advertising plaque with Scrooge McDuck in “Duck Tales The Movie Part 6”. Sign “Reserved Parking Only For Kelly Rippa” (her name is spelled incorrectly on sign) for 100 years of magic – Walt Disney World, “Reserved Parking Only For DSA” sign. Morilla Maniquette, made in Japan, perfectly proportioned manikin with stand in orig. box, used by artists for drawing figures. Framed, Sleepy Eye Mills flour barrel label, label is 16” in diameter, frame is 20” square, the town was named after Indian chief Ish-Tak-Ha-Ba (drooping eyelid), believed to be an original stone litho as it does not glow under black light. Astatic microphone. Gemtronics PA system with 2 microphones.

Original pencil, concept drawings, blueprints, photographs of NACA/NASA Glenn Research projects, from estate of former NACA/NASA technical illustrative artist, earliest dates on drawings are 1948, he worked for NASA until his retirement. 2 model test airplanes from this same NACA/NASA former employee: model test airplane or prototype for model with original pencil concept drawing, plane has single top wing, 2 jet engines and opening at bottom for mounting on post, may have been used in altitude wind tunnel. Model test airplane, believed to have been used in NASA Glenn's altitude wind tunnel, could be a thermocouple protruding from nose of plane. And more from this former NACA/NASA employee: 3 separate portfolios of photographs of the finished technical/concept drawings he worked on. NASA brochures: “NACA” - March 1948, “NASA Telemetry, Tracking & Guidance” Nov. 1962, “Space Flight Beyond The Moon” Nov. 1962, “Space Flight With Electric Propulsion” 1969. Advertising brochures for the upcoming publication of “The Space Child's Mother Goose”. Challenger and Space Shuttle patches. “Air Classics Quarterly Review” magazine, 15 issues, 1974-1977. 1948 National Air Races program and 2 participant admission passes. Paperback book “Test Flying at Old Wright Field” with letter about pilot, Capt. Johnson and why the speed dash was aborted at the 1948 National Air Races in Cleveland, Ohio.

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