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Auctioneer Haw River Junktion, LLC 919-730-8519
Auction Date Dec 03 Auction
Location
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228 Holt Road
Graham, NC
Time 10:00AM
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Please note that even though the majority of items being sold Saturday have been catalogued, there are a number of items to be sold on-site only. Please stay tuned for additional information or surprises!


Haw River Junktion's December 3 Catalogue


Lot: 1 - 1. Early White Painted Cabinet

Cottage Chic at it's finest! Resting just inside the farmhouse foyer, it sat. The days keys could always be found there, along with the mail. Someone put a fresh coat of paint on her years ago while smartly stripping the top of the chippy paint where

Lot: 2 - 2. Painted Oval Table

Rose placed the envelope on the table. She ran her slender finger across the moistened seal. She was mailing a letter to her great Aunt Edith who lived on an island in the tropics. Edith had left the small chippy, peely floral motif cottage table in

Lot: 3 - 3. Set of Four Metal "Factory" Stack Stools

Fashioned after the days when factories rolled day and night. Machinery pumped as laborers repeated the movements necessary to complete their tasks. These stools weren't for sitting on the job, but were there for the lunch break when the one could

Lot: 4 - 4. Red Painted Station Clerk's Desk

Any Whistlestop USA... An early crackled, 2 drawer table sits in the center of the old station. Pickled paint of multiple colors remained from the years of ticket taking and baggage check in. Vines grow through what was once the windows of a

Lot: 5 - 5. Elegant Two Drawer Writing Desk

This elegant, yet gracefully balanced desk comes sporting an exceptional natural burnished patina. Perfect for work at a laptop. Feeling nostalgic? The height is perfect for crafting a hand written letter with a fine pen or

Lot: 6 - 6. Primitive Farm Table in Old Paint

The most useful piece in the old farmhouse. This primitive farm table served as the base for every shared meal, the cornerstone of every family discussion, the stand for the baskets of produce brought in from the garden. The generous surface was

Lot: 7 - 7. Unique Folk Art Early 20C Doll House

We're a little uncertain if this was built as a doll house or a salesman sample for a full size house. What we do know is, it was made with love. You can't help but smile when you see this super piece of Americana. A wonderful folk art sculpture, it

Lot: 8 - 8. 2 Rush Bottom Ladder Back Chairs

This matched pair of ladder back chairs are in excellent condition, the rush bottoms are tight and without damage. Ladder backs, also know as slat back chairs graced many an American Colonial home. In the 20C, they quickly became a fixture around the

Lot: 9 - 9. School Bus Extending Arm Stop Sign

STOP! This sign means business. Straight off of the school bus, this regulation size sign is ready for hanging. It is two sided and decorated with reflectors.

Lot: 10 - 10. Two Galvanized Metal Tubs

It was Halloween night in 1969. There was an autumn chill in the air in this Mid-West prairie town. The pre-teen girls were having a Halloween slumber party and lots of festivities had been planned including apple bobbing. Annie hadn't ever heard of

Lot: 11 - 11. 19th Century Water Cooler Bucket

We know this little oddity is a cooler, but from where it came is a mystery. A very primitive bucket surrounds the unusual shaped porcelain insert. There's plenty of room for ice in the base and a spigot adjoins the porcelain for liquid

Lot: 12 - 12. Galvanized Trash Can

Sounds of the city.... Barking Dogs Car Horns Traffic The garbage truck and Trash Cans rattling at dawn... This is one of those. Complete with lid, it measures 18" round x 24" h. No holes.    

Lot: 13 - 13. Vintage Sunflower Yellow Trash Can

It was said that Ernestine "buttered her bread on a different side." Perhaps she did. She saw the world through rose colored glasses and from that, she was a kinder soul than many. She had a beautiful flower garden inside her picket fence from which

Lot: 14 - 14. Railroad Crossing Street Sign

There are over 209,308 railroad crossings in the US. One of them is missing a sign. :) This cross buck in a circle sign measures 36" in diameter. It is one sided street sign.  

Lot: 15 - 15. Unusual Willow Plant Stand Table

Twig furniture was first discovered in the 18C in English gardens via China. It can be traced to the Colonial days of America but it saw it's heyday in the 20th century when the depression hit and folks made furniture out of whatever found materials

Lot: 16 - 16. Early Sled — "Skipper Sled"

Mind you, this is not a sled for the first mate or the deck hand, this is a sled for the "Skipper"! Well loved and ridden over hill and drift, this old time metal runner sled has fun left to be had. Rather retire it? Hang it on the tiki bar wall as

Lot: 17 - 17. Rare Child's Wagon, "Radio Coaster"

Great green color. This rare circa 1920s "Radio Coaster" "Radio Bearing" wagon is still decorated in it's original green paint. A child with a wagon could carry the world, be it a favorite pet, a favorite friend, dirt, worms or rocks. Transport

Lot: 18 - 18. Machine Factory Age Stool in Gun Metal Gray

Straight out of the machine age this tall factorydrafting stool has an adjustable back. Makes a super bar stool or great seating for an artist's studio.

Lot: 19 - 19. Vintage Retro Medical Lamp, Green

  This green vintage 1940s medical lamp was manufactured by the Hill-Rom Company of Batesville, Indiana. It is lamp no. 305. It measures 4 ft tall and has two toggle switches for operation of direct and indirect sources light with numerous

Lot: 20 - 20. 1900s Primitive One Drawer Stand \ Table

This is a very special primitive stand. It dates around 1900s. It has an eight board finger jointed top and the time-worn patina is stunning. Dimensions 36"w x 25.75"d x 29" h.

Lot: 21 - 21. Unusual One Door Factory Safe Cabinet

A little factory age cabinet like this has rarely been seen. It has its original primitive gooseberry green paint color that has aged into a chippy, peely finish. The surrounds as well as the legs are iron providing it with a

Lot: 22 - 22. Three Tier Cast Plant Stand

This ornate cast plant stand easily slides into any corner of the room. With three shelves, it can be used as a plant stand, a nite stand or book stand. It is elegantly decorated with tinges of warm rust patina. Dimensions 10"w x 27.5"h.

Lot: 23 - 23. Cast Iron Spiral Stair Step Plant Stand

1940s twisted wrought iron plant made in old Mexico spiral staircase style. In good solid condition with time-worn rust patina. Dimensions 19"w x 35.5"h.

Lot: 24 - 24. Circa 1919 IBM FactorySchool Clock

This 1919 International Business Machines (IBM) FactoryInstitutionalIndustrial clock was either the bane or the hope of every employee as they watched the hands circle around to that delicious bewitching hour of the end of the daytime to go home

Lot: 25 - 25. Two Galvanized Tin Watering Cans

There was a day when the water for the flowers and yard plants came from the well and hose pipes were a thing of the future. The vessel of the day was the galvanized tin watering can. These cans nourished many a flower in their day. Galvanized tin

Lot: 26 - 26.19C Carpenter's Toolbox

A grab and go primitive carrier that housed a plethora of carpenter's tools. Made of solid construction and period square cut nails. In today's world, these are great carriers for flatware, artist supplies, gardening tools and much more!

Lot: 27 - 27. Rare Galvanized "Top Hat" Bucket

This bucket has seen years of service, but for the life of us, we don't know for what it was used. Do you? Small pinholes in bottom will not hold water, but it can hols a myriad of other things. Dimensions 12.5"w x 8.5"h.

Lot: 28 - 28. Heavy Galvanized Farm Bucket

Some call them scuttles or pails, we call this one a sturdy farm bucket. No holes. Ready for any number of uses. Dimensions 12"w x 11" h.

Lot: 29 - 29. Holsum Bakers of Greensboro Crate

Holsum Bakeries began in the early 1900s and became a trend setting bread baking co-op in various cities. This is one of the packing crates that housed their famous white bread. This sturdy crate is out of Greensboro, NC and displays proudly the

Lot: 30 - 30. Gerry Thomas Hotel Trunk

This is a fine travel wardrobe trunk manufactured by Priesmeyer Bros. Trunk Co. of St. Louis. It comes complete with the signature tag, "Union Made PB Theatrical Trunk" brass tag. The left side is lined with five graduated drawers, while the right

Lot: 31 - 31. 50s Aluminum Coca-Cola Cooler

This rare 1950s aluminum picnic Coca-Cola cooler was the convenience of the day and came complete with bottle openers on each side. You know on any given day this little beauty held a plethora of those precious, thick glass bottle, ten cent cokes!

Lot: 32 - 32. Primitive Handmade Washstand

Most likely constructed of found materials, this primitive stand is graced with simple, straightforward lines. Perhaps made during the Depression when folks used and repurposed anything and everything to survive, or maybe built by a thrifty farmer or

Lot: 33 - 33. 30s Pair "Belvedere" #30 Barber Chairs

Barber chairs are among the most comfortable of all chairs. Made for the client to relax and let the days woes wash over and out. They can lean you back, swing you around or elevate and lower. They make great "easy" chars! This pair from the 1930s

Lot: 35 - 35. Machine Age Oak Office Arm Chair

Little known fact... In theory, it was Charles Darwin who "invented" the first office chair. "What?" you ask. Why, yes, in an attempt to get to his specimens more quickly and easily, Darwin attached wheels to the bottom of his chair so he could roll

Lot: 36 - 36. Cast Iron Window Guard

Once a decorative guard for windows, this cast iron element makes a stunning wall hanging. With Art Nouveau elements, it is adorned in floral and scroll decoration. It is weather kissed from it's years facing the elements. The chippy green

Lot: 37 - 37. Metal Machine Age Typewriter Desk

Clicking, dinging, pecking, and sliding noises riveted through the large open typing room as the secretaries, who were always girls in that day, placed letters on a stark white page that formed the words her boss had dictated. The typewriter keyboard

Lot: 38 - 38. Cast Iron Bacon Press

Want flat bacon? No brainer,  use a bacon press. This cast iron bacon press, sans handle sports a pig and star motif. Works great for even cooking of the savory crunchy pork delight or hang it on the wall as a tribute to the Americana food

Lot: 39 - 39. 19C 3-Footed Cast Iron Dutch Oven

This is perhaps one of the oldest pieces in our sale. It could possibly be a chuck wagon, frontier piece. This hand forged, hand hammered footed dutch oven dates from the late 1700s to early 1800s. There are no marking on the iron. It is solid and

Lot: 40 - 40. Zenith Trans Oceanic Radio

This Trans-Oceanic Short Wave Magnet Radio comes in it's original case. We are uncertain of it's working condition. The"31M" button is missing. Great for steampunk projects or nautical decor.  

Lot: 41 - 41. Kerosene Can with Bail Handle

Another super steampunk piece, this rusty, dusty kerosene can holds one gallon of liquid. Comes with original sturdy wire bail handle. As found condition.

Lot: 42 - 42. 40s Black Americana Cement Statue

This Black Americana stone cast statue of a boy on a stump was created sometime in the forties. He was fishing until he lost he lost his pole. That last nibble was a big one! A whimsical garden statue for the indoors or out.

Lot: 43 - 43. "Ajusto Equipment Co." Stools

A great opportunity to own a matched pair of Ajusto Equipment Co. Clerk's Stools. They adjust with a telescopic movement. Designed with graceful lines and ergonomic comfort. One stool has foot pedal ring, one does not.

Lot: 44 - 44. The F.E. Myers and Bros Water Pump

Founded in the later half of the 1800s, Myers pumps were know for their quality and reliability. This Water Well Piston Pump Hit & Miss Engine's parts move freely, though we have not tested it. The number on the pump is #4525.

Lot: 45 - 45. Coca-Cola Crate Folk Art Curio

Fun folk art Coca-Cola shadow box shelf made from an authentic vintage Coca-Cola wooden crate.

Lot: 46 - 46. Covered Metal Container

Here's an interesting Farmhouse Industrial piece. Makes a great mini cooler, a file box or vase. Comes with original lid.

Lot: 47 - 47. Vintage Wicker Side Table

A sweet 1940s cottage wicker woven side stand or night table. Dimensions: 12"w x 21" h.

Lot: 48 - 48. Steelcase Factory Age Stool

Vintage Steelcase Drafting Stool with Original Wheels and Adjustable Back. Dimensions: 15"w  x 45"h.

Lot: 49 - 49. Oceanspra Brand Oysters Can

Vintage one gallon Oceanspra salt water oyster can with lid. Packed by Battery Park Fish & Oyster Company of Battery Park, VA. The oyster can, nearly extinct, serves as a memory of a past when the oceans flourished with bountiful catches and oyster

Lot: 50 - 50. 20s-30s Tabloid First-Aid (Pac-Kit)

The "Tabloid" brand first aid kits were made by Burroughs, Wellcome & Co. They were given to explorers and influential individuals of the day in an attempt to promote the product. In 1919, the first aid kit flew on the first transatlantic flight when

Lot: 51 - 51. Pr. Brass Neptune Nautical Lanterns

This is a fine pair of vintage Neptune Brass KeroseneOil Lamps. Some call them cargo lanterns. These are a great addition for the Maritime Nautical Artifact collector. Excellent Condition. Dimensions 6"w x 14.5" h.

Lot: 52 - 52. Pair of Cast Iron Chimney Caps

19C Chimney Caps are a hard object to find, so when we find a matched pair, we can be heard squealing with delight. This cast iron pair are particularly nice with their moon and star motif. They were recovered from an old Orange Co. North Carolina

Lot: 53 - 53. Stone Cast Footed "Greek Key" Planter

This planter is an early stone cast planter decorated with a Greek key pattern surround. The Greek key has many interpretations from mythology to romanticism. Symbolism's include waves, snakes, bonds of love and eternal life.  All and

Lot: 54 - 54. Country Store Revolving Display

This rare counter top countryhardware store display is a true Steampunk Country piece. Made of iron and wire construction, it has four 8" disks that revolve for display. Dimensions 18"w x 16.5"h.

Lot: 55 - 55. Cast Iron Chicken Luminary

Everyone loves a chicken! Why not let this one light up you life? This cast iron chicken luminary will shine a whole new light on your favorite nest. It comes with an iron ring for hanging. It measures 10" tall.

Lot: 56 - 56. Pair of Cast Iron Lion Still Banks

These two will stay together as a pair. Still banks were produced in the last half to the 19C. Guaranteed to be authentic and old. Not a reproduction. Each lion measures 4" tall.

Lot: 57 - 57. Defiance Button Machine Co. No. 1020

Pin back button machine. Yes, folks, this is how statements and opinions are produced. Pin it. Stand behind it. Believe in it! The pin back button has existed for over a hundred years. "I like Ike", the infamous canary yellow smiley face, "Kennedy,"

Lot: 58 - 58. Wooden"Renner" Brewing Co Crate

A brewery whose roots were in  the AkronYoungstown areas of Ohio, this Renner beer crate could date anywhere form the 1800s to 1962, when they closed up shop. A true piece of Ohio memorabilia. Heavy duty construction with metal

Lot: 59 - 59. Cobblers Cast Iron Dual Shoe Last

A primitive cast iron two way cobbler's tool. Signed IR and FC. A nice iron sculpture, door stop or cookbook holder. Annistan ALA.

Lot: 60 - 60. Cobbler's Cast Iron Dual Shoe Lasts

A primitive cast iron two way cobbler's tool. Signed IR and FC. A nice iron sculpture, door stop or cookbook holder. Signed "MLC".

Lot: 61 - 61. 19C Cast Iron Pair of Andirons

This 19C set of cast iron andirons are decorated in a flame, wreath and scroll motif. They have the original finish with a nice patina Verde. They measure 13 inches tall.

Lot: 62 - 62. Colonial "George Washington" Andirons

These cast iron, Colonial period "George Washington" andirons are superb. The remnants of paint and patina support their age. They measure 15" tall.

Lot: 63 - 63. Primitive Clothes "Rapid Washer"

The "Rapid Washer" made by C. T. Childers, was the washing machine agitater for early wash tubs. A luxurious alternative to the scrub board or the hand and probably the origin of the word agitate!  A great primitive wall hanging or thread

Lot: 64 - 64. "Dazor" Machine Age Desk Lamp

This mid twentieth century articulating desk lamp is a DAZOR "Floating" Fixture Model # 2134, made in St. Louis MO, USA. It is in excellent working condition.

Lot: 65 - 65. Porcelain Pan American Aviation Sign

This fabulous Pan-American aviation sign celebrates the Havana - Nassau flight. It is oven fired porcelain over 18 gauge steel. It has a brass grommet in each corner for hanging or mounting. In good condition, it measures 10"w x 14"h.

Lot: 66 - 66. Porcelain Enameled Wash Bowl

Two handled enamel pan dated September 27, 1928.  A farm staple, this classic red banded enameled wash bowl had a myriad of uses. A wash bowl, of course, a pet dish, a fruit bowl, a bean sorting bowl, a vessel for moving dirt, or anything

Lot: 67 - 67. Antique Buck / Bow Saw

This is a great antique buck saw from the early 1900s. It is in good condition with original finish. Some folks call it a buck saw, some folks call it a bow saw.....

Lot: 68 - 68. Mid-Machine Age Drafting Lamp

This clamp on articulating draftsmen lamp was made by the Dazor Mfg. Co. of St. Louis Mo., USA. This model is referred to as a Dazor "Floating" fixture lamp, model #P-2324. It is in excellent working condition and fits the MachineFactory Age motif

Lot: 69 - 69. One Drawer Walnut Shaving Mirror

This is an early 20C table top shaving mirror in burl walnut with inlaid veneer, dove tail drawers, petite bun feet and an elegant bundle of plumage crowned on top. The base houses one drawer with a brass keyhole escutcheon for the razors and such.

Lot: 70 - 70. Oscillating Fans for Sculpture or Parts

These two vintage fans have been retired from the cooling business and are awaiting their new destiny. Will they be a steampunk lamp, of sculpture? Will they be dismantled and used to complete another fan? Time will tell. There is much potential for

Lot: 71 - 71. Graniteware Wood Cook Stove Top

This two door warmer once sat high atop a wood burning cook stove. Now, freestanding, it can be used as a shelf , desk back or wall hanging. The porcelain drop down doors are great storage cubbies and are decorated with wheat and sickle decoration.

Lot: 72 - 72. 4 Gallon Stoneware Liquor Jug

This cream colored stoneware jug holds four gallons of liquid. It is A number "4" is  incised in blue on the body. Might have housed moonshine, whisky or white lightnin'. What ever it held, is long gone, but you are free to fill it with

Lot: 73 - 73. WCCC "Electronic Jungle" Clock

WCCC, FM 106.9 - AM 1270 was granted a license in 1959 and hit the airwaves in 1960 in Hartford, Conn. The classic rock stations call letters were an acronym for "We Cover Connecticut's Capital. In the seventies, this station was radio shock jock,

Lot: 74 - 74. "Enjoy Teem" Soda Sign

Teem soda was the Pepsi company's answer to 7-Up. It was produced in 1960 and continued production until 1984. This vintage sign is a galvanized tin, one sided sign. It measures 60" x 37".    

Lot: 75 - 75. "Bob Stores" Sign

Bob's Stores was founded in 1954 as Bob's Surplus. Bob Lapidus wanted a store to appeal to moderate income customer base for their footwear, workwear, activewear and teamwear needs. His mission was to "treat all customers with respect and dignity and

Lot: 76 - 76. Rare Two Sided "Berkshires" Pig Sign

Rare two sided, "Berkshires" Pig sign. This sign is an awesome advertisement for the rare English pig breed. It has been drilled for hanging. The graphics are in excellent condition. Normal wear to surround. An awesome farm find! It measures 48"w x

Lot: 77 - 77. Victorian Cast Iron Coal Scuttle

Hod with green and yellow geometric decoration. Dimensions 21 x 11 in

Lot: 78 - 78. 1919 Dazey Metal Butter Churn

This churn has working mechanics with the exception of a dasher, which can be easily replaced. Dimensions 10"w x 31"h.

Lot: 79 - 79. Oak Mid-Century Telescopic Stools

Nice pair of telescopic Mid-Century feel wooden bar or drafting stools. 31" Tallest. 25" Lowest.

Lot: 80 - 80. "Bob Stores" Sign

Bob's Stores was founded in 1954 as Bob's Surplus. Bob Lapidus wanted a store to appeal to moderate income customer base for their footwear, workwear, activewear and teamwear needs. His mission was to "treat all customers with respect and dignity and

Lot: 81 - 81. Rare "Funeral Space"/ No Parking Sign

Not an object you see everyday. This is an extremely rare vintage two sided sign funeral sign. It is galvanized medallion atop a weighted iron base. It stands 44 in. tall. I don't know about you, but this is one spot I wouldn't leave my car

Lot: 82 - 82. "Middletown" Connecticut City Sign

This "Middletown" is Middletown, Connecticut. Things you may not know about Middletown: Middletown was established in 1653. It's original name was "Mattabesack," named after it's original Indian tribe. It was a huge sailing port in the 18th

Lot: 83 - 83. Folk Art Materials Birdhouse

Very nice, one of a kind folk art birdhouse crafted from reclaimed pieces and parts. Good attention to detail for style and function. Dimensions: 8.5 "w x 25" h.

Lot: 84 - 84. Country Store Style Cracker Jar

Every store had at least one. Some housed crackers, others penny candy. They were made so that even the  largest of hands could fish for the treat. This piece can be used in a myriad of ways from a great display piece for collections, a

Lot: 85 - 85. Vintage Pepsi Food Carrier

OK, baby boomers, this one's for you! I can see June Cleaver packing this little 1960s70s Pepsi-Cola cooler now with some fine egg salad and PB & J sandwiches. This little divided Pepsi-Cola cooler was made to carry lunch and ice, to keep it

Lot: 86 - 86. German Shell 18 Kg "Tellus Oel"

This is one of Shell Oil's global hydraulic oil vintage oil cans. It is made of tin and holds 18kg. It appears to have made for the German market. It is in used condition. A great steampunk lamp base or addition for any oil can collector.

Lot: 87 - 87. Page Boss Mine Paging Phone

What a novelty! This vintage "Page Boss" paging phone was a state of the art communications tools for mine workers. it is manufactured by Pyott Boone Electronics. This one is untested but appears in good condition. Front door opens up to access

Lot: 88 - 88. Aluminum 6 Pack Coca-Cola Carrier

This 1950s Coca-Cola carrier reads:"Delicious Coca-Cola Refreshing". The handle slides up and down upon movement. It was made for 25 cent Cokes of the day. In today's world, these make fun carrying caddies for outdoor condiments and 

Lot: 89 - 89. Budweiser Display Acrylic Face Plate

Dimensions 12 x 7.5 in

Lot: 90 - 90. Outer Banks "OBPA" Metal Auto Tag

This is a vehicle tag from the Outer Banks Preservation Association (OBPA). The OBPA was formed in the mid-seventies. It is a non-profit corporation with only the best in mind for the fragile shore line and creatures of outer banks of North Carolina.

Lot: 91 - 91. Oval Oaks No. 97 Tin Washboard

A 20C "green machine," this Oval Oaks No. 97 board is made of wood and galvanized tin. Washboards were created for laundry, but with convenience of automated washing machines, they soon became far too laborious to use, often becoming used as a

Lot: 92 - 92. Two Enamelware Utilitarian Pans

Two utilitarian enamelware vessels. One is a sterilizer tray of sorts. The other is a good old water of wash bowl. These things last forever and are great garden or potting shed supplies.  

Lot: 93 - 93. Two Enamelware Pans

This lot of utilitarianware consists of double handled wash tub that measures 19.5"and a round bowl that is 9.5" in diameter. Excellent country kitchen or farmhouse pieces.

Lot: 94 - 94. Primitive 3-Legged Milk Stool

The question that the milking stool puts forth.... Why use four legs when three are enough? After all, four will wobble when three stay steady. The milking stool is a delightful meld of form and function and has span generational styles. There are

Lot: 95 - 95. Unusual 19C Occasional TableStand

I'm afraid we just can't do justice to capture the lines of this most unusual 19C fernplant standtable. Much attention to detail has been given to this little beauty. It was designed with strength and function in mind as one can detect by the unusual

Lot: 96 - 96. Groovy Mid-Modern Checkout Lamp

You're waiting in the check out line of the Piggly Wiggly and you hear it. The static and fumbling of a microphone over the speaker that precedes, "Price check lane 7. Price check on lane 7, please." You cringe because you look up and realize that

Lot: 97 - 97. Rare "ESSO Motor Oil 35¢" Sign

This is an extremely rare double sided, porcelain ESSO sign. The 35 cent price dates it to the later 30s, maybe 40s. The sun and mountain on the sign sets it apart from all others. It is drilled with grommets for hanging and most likely hung from an

Lot: 98 - 98. Vintage Kitty Hawk, NC Road Sign

This is a vintage street sign form Southern ShoresKitty Hawk, NC. It is double sided regulation green with florescent letters. Dimensions 36"l x 6"h.

Lot: 99 - 99. Primitive Flip Top Work Bench

Nice Early 20C Flip Top Work BenchStool. Extremely well had made with a half hinged flip top door for storage.  The sides showcase boot jack legs with a smooth curvature design.  Perhaps a cobbler's box or shoe shine kit.

Lot: 100 - 100. 3 Pc. Old World Gothic Wall Sconces

This iron Old World Gothic set consists of a three arm centerpiece sconce and two matching single arm sconces.  Dimensions: The three arm piece measures 13.5"w with a  12" arm projection and is 19" h. The single sconces measure

Lot: 101 - 101. 60's Shoe Salesman's Stool

I can still recall the look on my parents face when in the sixth grade, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up and I replied, "a shoe salesman." I never gave a thought to the fact I'd have to handle peoples feet, I was after the stool. The

Lot: 102 - 102. Oak Library Card File Cabinet

This is a fine old growth oak one drawer card catalogue cabinet from the beginning of the 20C. It has it's original brass hardware and Finger-jointed construction. Dimensions:  19"l x 11.5h"

Lot: 103 - 103. Antique Flat Top Trunk - Oak Trim

Flat tops trucks were made for the commoner. Unlike their aristocratic dome top counterparts, flat top trucks were made flat on top so they could be stacked on the train. This beauty has signature oak trim work.  Majority of trunk is

Lot: 104 - 104. Metal Folk Art Rooster Sculpture

This folk art rooster sculpture is made of snip cut galvanized tin and comes with a  handmade wood stand for display. A super primitive industrial farm collectible with age old patina. Dimensions - 19.5" across x 20.5"h.

Lot: 105 - 105. Southern Yellow Pine Dry Sink

Before the days of indoor plumbing, the dry sink found itself in kitchens and porches across the land. The border around the top was to catch any overflow from the bowls and pitchers of water or produce that might spill over. This one is made of

Lot: 106 - 106. 1948 Columbia 5-Star Superb Bicycle

This is an all original 1948 Ladies Columbia Built Five Star Bicycle with Goodyear balloon tires.  

Lot: 107 - 107. Mishawaka Woolen Ball-Band Crate

In the 1880s, Ball-Band was a trade name of the Mishawaka company, who began business as a woolen mill making blankets and shoes. They knitted shoes, boots and gaiters. As the years passed, they stepped up their shoe production and were known for

Lot: 108 - 108. "Anchor" Folding Wringer Washer

This Anchor Brand Wood Folding Double Bench Washer is the  1890s "Bicycle" model with steel bearings produced by Lovell Manufacturing Company, Erie, PA - USA.  This piece is in excellent condition and the graphics in excellent

Lot: 109 - 109. Machine Age Rolling Stools

A sweet pair of Machine Age Rolling Stools. Each with telescopic adjustable seats that rise and fall by spinning the stool seat. One stool being sold "as found" with a some damage to the "pleather" fabric. Dimension 14" diameter.

Lot: 110 - 110. CD Mitchell Divided PeachesProduce Shipping

A nice piece of Millwood, OH fruit grower's memobilia. This crate, with the grower's name stenciled on the side, has "peaches" hand written on the bottom. Great storage piece or table base. Dimensions:  25.5"w x13"d x13"h.

Lot: 111 - 111. Early Porcelain Sink w Back Splash

A fabulous porcelain sink with back splash has so much potential. Retrovate a kithen or laundry room. Use it in the garden shed for potting and dog washing or install it on the cutting table on the dock for fish cleaning. A no brainer for

Lot: 112 - 112. Primitive One Door Tool Cabinet

Fabulous Primitive One Door Hand Crafted Tool Cabinet in old original blue paint with time worn patina. Unique hangers grace the inside of the door for hand tools. Dimensions: 29"w x 45.5"d x 14"h.

Lot: 113 - 113. Primitive Hand Crafted Bread Box

Primitive Wooden Bread Box with Stenciled Leather Surround Band "Bread" 1/6d" Dimensions - 13"w x 7"d x 7"h.

Lot: 114 - 114. Chattanooga Iron Pulley

This is a pulley manufactured by the Chattanooga Iron Co. The Chattanooga Iron Co. was in business during the 19C forward.  A very strong piece with weathered rust patina. Super steampunk element.

Lot: 115 - 115. "DeLuxe" Factory Age Mop Bucket

Dimensions - 13"w x 8"d x 11"h

Lot: 116 - 116. Oblong Nautical Porthole Window

We love our Nautical Antiques! This oblong porthole in solid brass housing has the original  "Sea-Spray" patina fittings.  The glass is marked: S I DIN Sekurit. Measures 25"w x 19"h.

Lot: 117 - 117. Crank Handle Hudson Sprayer

Early Hudson Garden Duster Sprayer with hand crank.

Lot: 118 - 118. Primitive Hand Crafted Tool Box

Early green paint.  Dimensions - 19" x 9.5" x 18"

Lot: 119 - 119. Fleetwood Industrial Coffee Mill

Fleetwood "Supsromatized" Store Coffee Mill by American Duplex Co.  Great country store project piece. Glass front needs replacing and the machine needs a bit of TLC. .  SN#344-766

Lot: 120 - 120. Metal Milk Can

The proverbial Americana vessel, the milk can was a staple of dairy farms, farm houses and country stores.This one measures 20 qts.  There is wear to bottom, so this one's milk career has retired.

Lot: 121 - 121. Artic Boy Water Cooler

This "Artic Boy" water cooler is a 5 gallon container. It is made from  galvanized tin. There is a remnant of an "Artic Boy" label. Once a necessity for workers on the road or fields, this little vintage piece is perfect as a cooler at

Lot: 122 - 122. Rare Early 19c. 11" Cast Iron Lid

This lid is ancient. Probably from the late 1700s to early part of the 1800s from an early Baltimore foundry.

Lot: 123 - 123. Iron Grate Ornamental Cover

This very fine 19C cast iron ornamental grate cover would make a fine addition to the garden landscape of wall display. Dimensions:  10" w x 12.5"h

Lot: 124 - 124. Trio of Leather Horse Collars

These antique leather collars have seen years of service. The majestic animals that powered them helped build a nation. They plowed America's fields, pulled the wagons and transported families and farmhands. In as found, distressed condition.

Lot: 125 - 125. Two Tapered Galvanized Buckets

One bucket is a well bucket with hooks for hanging and the other for flowers has handles for easy transport when filled with water. Dimensions:  25.5"h and 15"h.

Lot: 126 - 126. Galvanized Long Stem Floral Bucket

Elegant country shiny, galvanized tapered floral bucket with decorated rings around top. Dimensions: 19.5"high

Lot: 127 - 127. Pair of 1940's/50's Beach Chairs

These vintage beach camp chairs are much like retro sculptures. Close your eyes and you can imagine them sitting in front of the shiney, sleek Airstream. They have very solid frames.  Recover to suit your decor and they will be totally

Lot: 128 - 128. Pair of 1940's/50's Beach Chairs

These beach camp chairs match the ones in the previous listing. Solid frames.  Great sculptures.  Totally functional with recover.

Lot: 129 - 129. Canvas Beach Ottomans Camp Stools

These two folding stools are in a canvas covering. They can be used on there own as stools or as ottomans if purchased with either of the previous two chair listings.

Lot: 130 - 130. Grand Hotel Hanging Brass Lamps

This is a pair of elegant polished brass "Grand Hotel" style hanging brass lamps. Dimensions:  41.5" Tall

Lot: 131 - 131. Pair of 20c. Stone Cast Bear Statues

This is a rare pair of stone cast cement entry way bears signed "CT Glasscock of Greensboro." Dimensions:  18.5"h.

Lot: 132 - 132. 19c. Cast Iron Spider Pot With Lid

A 19C cast iron spider pot with lid. As found condition with age rust patina.

Lot: 133 - 133. Circa 1941 Strong Box/Safe

In 1941, the iron horse sailed down the track carrying gold bullions for Mr. Theodore Munger's next land deal. They were kept safe in a strong boxsafe like this one. Decorated with the maker's name stenciled with "US for Herring-Hall

Lot: 134 - 134. Two Auburn Pot Belly Stove Parts

Nice decorative cast iron stove elements... The Auburn cast iron door is adorned in a star motif. The cast iron stove skirt is not pictured. It will serve as a fine base for a number of objects.

Lot: 135 - 135. Straight Sided Paint Bucket

Add a Factory Machine age piece to your environment with this galvanized paint bucket. Dimensions:  11.5"w x 12"h.

Lot: 136 - 136. "The Exact Weight" Platform Scale

Factory orange and in working condition, this scale can weigh up to 50 lbs.

Lot: 137 - 137. Primitive Carpenter's Tool Tote

Nice primitive carpenter's carry-all in old blue paint. Dimensions: 28"w x 12"d x 17"h.  

Lot: 138 - 138. Fairbank's Industrial Platform Scale

Early 19C Fairbank's platform scale with iron wheels and farm worn patina. Made in USA.

Lot: 139 - 139. White & Sons Corn Silage Cutter

Antique Corn Silage Cutter with LHM Smith 1844 Patent. Stenciled on the sides: "White & Son - Norfolk, VA". This farm implement is in excellent condition.

Lot: 140 - 140. Stone Cast St. Frances Garden Statue

Stone Cast St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of birds and animals. He called all creatures his "brother" or "sister." Place him proudly in your garden or sanctuary to promote balance between humans and creatures of the earth. He measures 26"

Lot: 141 - 141. Wooden Paddle Butter Churn

Fine old primitive paddle churn in working condition. Galvanized Lining and drum. Dimensions:15"w x 17"h

Lot: 142 - 142. Chester Hotel Ironstone Chamber Pot

Well, we know where the owner of this pot must have stayed.....The Chester Hotel! Now this ironstone chamber pot could be from The Chester Hotel  in Scotland or Hotel Chester in Mississippi. No one's talking.

Lot: 143 - 143. Pair of King's Syrup Canisters

A pair of 1950s "Swing to King" King's syrup tin canisters.

Lot: 144 - 144. Rath Black Hawk Lard Can with Lid

The only way to make flaky pie crust was to use lard and Rath's was a popular choice. This 4 lb. tin is in used condition with aged rust patina. It is complete with it's original lid and wire handle.

Lot: 145 - 145. Two Vintage Advertising Tins

Vintage Fleischmann Baking Powder Can and Re Umberto Olive Oil Can/Vessel.

Lot: 146 - 146. Esskay Pure Pork Sausage Tin w/Lid

Esskay Pure Pork Sausage Tin with Lid. Good Graphics.

Lot: 147 - 147. Primitive Galvanized Tin Lamp

Primitive tin lantern. Very rustic.

Lot: 148 - 148. Signed "U.S.A." Pink Top Hat Planter

1940s50s "Uncle Sam"  top hat patriotic pottery planter signed "USA." Small bottom rim chip.

Lot: 149 - 149. Two Floraline Planters

Floraline pottery was the  answer to Nelson McCoy's desire to provide an economical line of pottery that could be marketed directly to florists. These two pots most likely were made for a vine type plant.

Lot: 150 - 150. Black Americana Collectibles

Made of Syroco Wood for the tourist trade of anywhere, USA, these little fellows were made to put a smile on your face.

Lot: 151 - 151. Lot of Vintage Advertising Tins

Five vintage advertising tins: Prince Albert, Wakins Laxative, Runkel's Breakfast Cocoa, Ovelmo Blood Purifier and V-ALL-NO Breath Mints.

Lot: 152 - 152. Four Vintage Advertising Tins

Four VintageAntique Advertising Tins: Darjeeling, Sykes Comfort Powder, Copenhagen Snuff, Penslar Laxative Cold Breakers.

Lot: 153 - 153. Four Vintage Advertising Tins

Four piece vintageantique advertising tin lot: Velvetina Face Powder, Rexall Orderlies Laxatives, Hill's Cascara Quinine, Rose Bud Coffee.

Lot: 154 - 154. Four VintageAntique Advertising Tins

Four VintageAntique Advertising Tins: "Chi-Namel" Wood Finish, Cayenne Pepper, "Dr. J., "Peitit's" Eye Salve and  "Nigroid's" Licorice Sweets.

Lot: 155 - 155. Cobbler's Shoe Horn Last and Forms

A rare find...A cast iron cobbler's shoe last with four graduated sized shoe forms including a rare heel piece. Six pieces in total.  Made in an Ohio foundry.

Lot: 156 - 156. Oak Railroad Clerk's Desk

Fine English RailroadTrolley Clerk's Desk. Notice the cubbies behind the locking drop down drawer. Dimensions:  30"w x 23"d x 41"h  

Lot: 157 - 157. Antique Arts & Crafts Wicker Chair

Nice 1920s tightly woven wicker arm chair. Diamond cross-hatch back medallion. Original cushion.

Lot: 158 - 158. Pair of Antique Wicker Rocking Chairs

Very early pair of early 19C rockers. As found condition with original fabric and cushions. A little TLC could take these rockers anywhere!

Lot: 159 - 159. WW I Era Corona 3-Row Typewriter

Leaning over the keyboard, cigarette ashes hanging by a two inch thread, the WWI reporter was typing his daily report as quickly as possible. A classic, early 20C typewriter clicks away under the nimble fingers of the hurried clerk reporting

Lot: 160 - 160. Primitive Yellow Pine Farm Table

Primitive Southern yellow pine farm table stand with early pegged joints. Original finish. Dimensions:  29"w x 19.5"d x 26"h.

Lot: 161 - 161. Oak Mantle

Quarter sawn white oak custom mantle.  2 pieces. Dimensions:  47.5" high without crest top section Overall 56.75"h x 58"w Fireplace opening - 37"hx 36.5"w

Lot: 162 - 162. Ladderback Cane Bottom Farm Chair

Nice old modified mule ear, cane woven, ladderback farm chair in old white paint. Sits just fine.

Lot: 163 - 163. Early Blue Painted Ladderback Chair

Primitive country farmhouse ladderback chair in old blue paint. Cane bottom has wear, but still very "sittable."

Lot: 164 - 164. 20C Magazine Rack with Sailboat

Mid 20C mahogany magazine rack with a nice sailboat medallion. A wonderful "nautique"!

Lot: 165 - 165. English "The White Horse"Pub Sign

Vintage "The White Horse"  English Pub Sign.This beauty could be from any number of pubs that dot the English countryside. Wood with metal frame.  Two sided. Dimensions:  36.5"w x 48"h

Lot: 167 - 167. Vintage Pub Sign - "Black Bull"

Fine "The Black Bull" English Pub Vintage Advertising sign. One-sided.  Dimensions:  34"w x 46"h

Lot: 168 - 168. 20s30s "Kendall Penzbest" Sign

This is a rare metal Kendall Penzbest Motor double sided oil sign. The sign was found behind the barn on an old farm before demolition in rough "as found" condition. Dimensions:  36" Round.

Lot: 169 - 169. Vintage Farm Fertilizer Sign

This vintage metal farm sign,  "Agrico" "The nation's leading fertilizer" was used by the  "J. Lawrence Walker"  farm. It is one sided. Dimensions:  48"w x 24"h.

Lot: 170 - 170. Vintage "Southern Country Inn" Sign

This vintage metal sign is from the old motel and campground in the historic Daniel Boone Antique Village in Hillsborough, NC. It is one sided. Dimension:48"w x 36"h.

Lot: 171 - 171. Vintage Wooden Airplane Prop

A fabulous aviation collectible, this vintage wooden prop measures 77" across.  

Lot: 172 - 172. Vintage Cypress Garden Water Skis

Silver Springs, Weeki-Watchee and Cypress Garden, old Florida charm destinations in the 60's for families headed to the Sunshine state. These wooden skis are  "Mustang"  models complete with the original Cypress Garden decals.

Lot: 173 - 173. Early Weckerle Dairy Crate

This is a wood and banded early 20C dairy box from the Wm. Weckerle & Sons dairy. A Division of Dairymen League Buffalo, NY  Dimensions: 13.5"w x 10"d x 10.5h

Lot: 174 - 174. Vintage "Urbana Wine Co." Crate

In 1896, The "New Urbana Wine Co." of Steuben Co., New York changed it's name to the "Urbana Wine Co. ". They were the makers of Gold Seal Champagnes The company was known for introducing the Vitus Vinifera grape to the United States. This box dates

Lot: 175 - 175. "Fisher Peanut Butter Sandwich" Jar

This "Fisher Peanut Butter Sandwiches" cracker jar graced many a store counter. It is complete with lid. Dimensions:  9"d x 13"h.

Lot: 176 - 176. Wooden "Page Dairy Co." Crate

Vintage Page Dairy Co. Crate from Toledo - Mansfield Findley Dimensions:  13.5"w x 13.5"d x 11"h

Lot: 177 - 177. Wood Block Pulley & Hook

Primitive Block Pulley and Hook.

Lot: 178 - 178. "American Beach" License Topper

American Beach, Florida is a historic beach community that during the days of segregation and Jim Crowe, was designated for African-Americans only. This is a cast iron auto license topper, originally produced in the 50s, it's anyone's guess to the

Lot: 179 - 179. 19C Iron Candy Scale and Weights

A great early country store candy scale that will weigh up to two pounds. There are ten pieces in the lot: scale, scoop and weights.

Lot: 180 - 180. Brass Chatillion Hanging Scale

This is an antique brass "Chatillion" Spring Balance Scale with rare hanging tray. It weighs up to 40 pounds.

Lot: 181 - 181. American Family "Dairy" Scale

Vintage "American Family Scale" sixty pound dairy scale out of Chicago, IL.

Lot: 182 - 182. Re-Purposed Primitive Country Stool

Re-Purposed lumber, country primitive stool. Sould also be used as a side table or stand.  

Lot: 183 - 183. Pr. Kreuger Machine Age Stools

This is a pair of matched industrial stools made by Kreugar metal products. They have factory worn patina from years of use. Each measures 24" tall.

Lot: 184 - 184. Old Primitive "Firkin"

These wooden buckets were made to receive the syrup from the sweet maple tree. This wooden banded bucket comes with it's original handle, as well as it's lid, albeit is cracked. A wonderful country primitive reminiscent of the New England area.

Lot: 185 - 185. "Keen Kutter" Cask with Spigot

Rare Winchester Simmons Co. of Atlanta Keen Kutter wooden cask with wooden spigot and nearly unheard of original paper tag. Dimensions:  10.5" round x 13.5 tall

Lot: 186 - 186. 19C American Rocking Horse

Charming old wooden rocking horse with early glass eyes and leather ears.  Fabulous piece of American Folk Art. Characteristics: Horse hair tail.  Missing one ear and saddle. Those are simply results of being loved.

Lot: 187 - 187. Antique Hand Forged Copper Pot

Early French hand wrought Copper Pot. Serpent head detail on iron handles. Dimensions:  13" in diameter x 8" h.

Lot: 188 - 188. Industrial 5 Gal. Gulf Refinery Can

Rare, Hard to find Gulf Refinery can. Made of heavy galvanized tinmetal. Double handled, one for handling, one for pouring.   Dimensions:  10" round x 17.5"t

Lot: 189 - 189. 2 Stoneware "Spirits" Jugs

Two country stoneware liquorwhite lightning jugs in cream and brown. One holds 1 gal., the other 2 gals.

Lot: 190 - 190. "Whiteways Devon Cyder" Jug

Dimensions:  8.5" round x 18" t

Lot: 191 - 191. Steampunk Table Lamp

Gauge, Valve Cock, Pipes, Spigot and Edison Style Bulbs form this outstanding industrialfactorymachine age table lamp. A one of a kind, artist rendered piece. 2 bulb.  Dimensions: 22"w x 31" h.

Lot: 192 - 192. Steampunk Gas Tank Table Lamp

Very cool vintage gas tank steampunk table lamp. Classic industrial simplicity. Dimensions: 19"w x 25" h.

Lot: 193 - 193. Wooden Craftsman's Tool Caddy

Primitive craftsman tool caddy in original finish. Makes a great arts & crafts of gardening catch-all. Dimensions: 14"w x 11"d x 7"h

Lot: 194 - 194. Primitive Wooden Carry-All

Dimensions: 18"w x 6"d x 12"h

Lot: 195 - 195. Primitive Folk Art Bird House

A fun piece of Americana. Vintage Folk Art Birdhouse made from reclaimed wood with good character and nice detail. Dimensions: 11"w x 11"d x 10"h.

Lot: 196 - 196. Primitive Tall Bird House

Oblong wooden bird house with aged patina copper roof.  Very folky. Dimensions:  6"w x 6"d x 12"h.

Lot: 197 - 197. Vintage "Miller High Life" Beer Sign

The bar at the American Legion was full and filled with icy cold clear bottles of "Miller High Life - The Champagne of bottle beer" . It was the sixties and most folks sipped these cold ones slowly as they watched the evening news unfold. You could

Lot: 198 - 198. Rare 1950s Budweiser Beer Bow Tie Sign

Fantastic 1950s Budweiser "King of Beers" Bar Back Sign. Dimensions: 26"w x 12"h

Lot: 199 - 199. "On the Buffalo Trail" by Bilson Kee

Oil on Canvas painting by American Indian artist Bilson Kee. The title, "On the Buffalo Trail." Framed in rustic wood custom frame. Circa 1990s. Paint signature on front, Hand Written signature and date on obverse.

Lot: 200 - 200. Vintage James Joyce Poster

James Joyce commemorative poster (1882-1941).  "silence, exile, and cunning". This poster has been embellished with the addition of a caricature that resembles Joyce and Pooh.   Framed with rippling underneath, but no water damage.

Lot: 201 - 201. Early Calvary Leather Saddle Bags

Important pair of leather US Calvary saddle bags. Possibly Civil War era of later. Each bag stamped "US." Strap that connects them has split apart but is all present. Distressed leather from use.

Lot: 202 - 202. Two Purina Dairy Chow Feed Sacks

Two vintage Purina "Dairy Chow" burlap feed sacks. Cow Chow! Nice graphics. Dimensions: 24"w x 39"h.

Lot: 203 - 203. Two CC Farmer's Feed Sacks

Two Central Carolina Farmer's burlap feed sacks. Durham, NC Nice graphics. Check out Mr. Happy Star. Dimensions: 20"w x 39"h.

Lot: 204 - 204. "Ruberoid" Advertising Banner

Large "Ruberoid" advertising banner printed on stock paper. Kaiser Lumber & Millwork, Hamlin, NC. Very Good Condition Dimensions:  34"w x 28"h.

Lot: 205 - 205. Dr. Johnson Educator Crackers Tin

Early 20C out of Boston. The advertising reads, " When parent's know the true value of EDUCATORS they always take delight in seeing their children eat them." Hmmm. What's in an "Educator's" cracker? Well, whatever it was, Dr. Johnson, a dentist felt

Lot: 206 - 206. Vintage " Rapid-Flo" Tin Dairy Farm Box

Vintage Johnson & Johnson Rapid Flo Filter Tin with hinged lid. This is an old farm dispenser box for dairy farm milking cows. Dimensions:  8"w x 8"d x 7"h.

Lot: 207 - 207. Two Vintage Signs - 4H and "Scatter

Two vintage signs: "4H CLUB MEMBER" one sided window sign.  As found, rough condition. Dimensions:  14"w x 10"h. "SCATTER" golf cartcourse etiquette and rule sign. one sided.  Dimensions:  12"w x 12"h.

Lot: 208 - 208. Heavy Cast Iron Garden Rabbits

We call these little cuties, "Rusty" and "Whitey." Ready for the home or garden. They come as a pair. Dimensions:  Approximately, 12"w x 10"h.

Lot: 209 - 209. Very Early Canteen with Bullet Hole

The provenance on this old canteen would be fascinating. It sports a bullet hole. Our research has supported it could be a civil war piece. If indeed it is, it most likely belonged to a "Yankee" Union Soldier, as the South did not have the metals

Lot: 210 - 210. Two Pieces of Art Pottery

Two Handled"McCoy" Vase in matte  white.  No chips. Dimensions:  8" tall. Milk Glass "Grape and Cable" Footed Basket or Vase.  No chips. Dimensions:  6" tall.

Lot: 211 - 211. "Daisy Fly Killer" Tin - circa 1915

This "Daisy Fly Killer"is circa 1912. It was made to catch flies and kill them with Lead Arsenate Bait. The flies were lured to the corks that were placed in the holes. The corks absorbed the toxic solution that was house in the decorative tin

Lot: 212 - 212. Set of Vintage Hazel Atlas Jelly Jars

Thirteen jelly jars await their next duty. Fearful of the number 12? No worries, we can sell you only twelve if you prefer. These jars have served a long life of holding delicious jams, preserves and jellies. They have also held buttons, marbles,

Lot: 213 - 213. Early Nautical Brass Lantern

This early nautical brass oilkerosene burning lamp may have served as a ship's cargo lantern. Quality construction down to the beveled glass windows. Excellent condition. Dimensions:  4" square x 9.5" tall (not including handle.)

Lot: 214 - 214. Antique Alcohol Stove

Circa 1905, these alcohol stoves were actually made for home use. As electrical and gas appliances advanced, these objects became obsolete. They were also used for camping expeditions and could still be today. This one was made by Universal. It is

Lot: 215 - 215. Eleven Assorted Vintage Bottles

Nice lot of vintage and antique bottles.  Variety of Medicinal, Spirits, Pop, and Whiskey "Old Crow".

Lot: 216 - 216. Four Vintage Advertising Pieces

Late 19th and early 20th Century collection of tins including rare black american gold dust tin.

Lot: 217 - 217. Rare Antique "Mace" Spice Tin

This rare antique tin held four pounds of mace. The by the "F.C. Mussgiller" Co. spice business was located at 359 Washington Street in New York City during the turn of the century. It has a hinged lid. Dimensions: 4.5"w x 7.5" h.

Lot: 218 - 218. Rare Copper Oil "Inspected Safety Can"

"ManFD by Imperial Safety Tube & Tank Co. Patented, Chicago, IL  U.S.A." "Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc. Inspected Safety Can No. 4086." Dimensions:  3.5"d x 7.5"t

Lot: 219 - 219. Asian Antiquity Tea Warmer

Possibly a camp piece or early travel set. Copper vessels nicely detailed.

Lot: 220 - 220. Two Old Apple Bushel Baskets

Both baskets in very good condtion. Dimensions: 14.5"diameter x 10" tall

Lot: 221 - 221. "DURO" Lettering Store Display

Circa 1960 "Duro" pressure sensitive letters and numbers store display case in powder coated metal display box. Very well stocked! Dimensions:  13"w x 17"h.

Lot: 222 - 222. 19C Hide Covered Stage Coach Trunk

Hide covered stage coach trunk. Signed on the bottom in calligraphy ink scroll,  "GVT Thompson Cave Mackay of Campbel Fredericksburgh" Some hide has worn and some screws replaced. Outstanding Western Americana piece. Dimensions:

Lot: 223 - 223. Vintage 1950's "Sno-ler"

What's that coming down the hill? Is it a stroller? Is it a sled? No, it's a "Sno-ler"!  This little novelty is a  sled or a stroller.  They'll be no excuses for this baby not getting around! Heavy metal body

Lot: 224 - 224. Rare 1920's "Velo King" Tricycle

Velo-King "Vehicles for Children"created by the A. Mecky Company of Philadelphia, PA. From bicycles to stroller, to pedal cars, the A. Mecky Co. found tricycles to be their most popular product. Dimensions:  32"w x 25"h.

Lot: 225 - 225. AMF "Junior Rocketrike" Tricycle

The AMF "Junior Rocketrike" was introduced to the public in 1956. Uncertain of year on this one. It is in as found condition and would make an excellent "restoration projuct, steampunk element or retro sculpture for the home. Dimensions:

Lot: 226 - 226. Antique Primitive Double Yoke

Nice farm collectible piece, this primitive double yoke was probably fashioned for goats. Excellent condition. Hand carved.  Dimensions:  56"l x 23"h to yok x 5"deep.

Lot: 227 - 227. Southern Yellow Pine Farm Table

This early primitive farm table is constructed of Souther yellow pine. It has a four board top, tapered legs and rough cut apron. Remnants of years old paint remain in places over it's original patina finish. Dimensions:  45"l

Lot: 228 - 228. Stone Mason Bag

Hard to find canvas mason bag. Great tote bag. Dimensions:  19"l x 13"d

Lot: 229 - 229. Retro "Westinghouse" Air Mover

This is great retro Westinghouse floor "air mover", aka a floor fan. Dimensions:  13"w x 12"h.

Lot: 230 - 230. Magikooler Portable Ice Chest

Retro Magikooler Cooler Ice Chest with a galvanized liner. A must for a picnic in the fifties or outing in the jalopy. Dimensions:  16"t x 11"w x 9.5"deep

Lot: 231 - 231. Old "Long Meadow Farms Dairy" Box

Long Meadow Dairy was in business in Durham, NC. Originally, Lakewood Dairy, then somehow affiliated with Pet Dairy Co. in the 40s and later Long Meadow Dairy became Long Meadow Farms before being acquired by Flav-o-Rich and closing in the 1990s.

Lot: 232 - 232. Retro "BIG 20" Box Fan

By M. Graw Elege Co.  

Lot: 233 - 233. Primitive Broad Axe Broadaxe

This axe is very early hand forged with wire reinforcement around it's 22" handle and 10" blade.

Lot: 234 - 234. Primitive Broad Axe Broadaxe

This old broad axe is signed "C. Putnum Cast Steel".  It has a very old handmade handle. Dimensions:  17.5" handle and 6.5" blade tip-to-tip

Lot: 235 - 235. Primitive Broad Axe Broadaxe

Stamped "U.S.A. " This exaggerated head broad axe has a  20" long handle and measures 12" blade tip-to-tip.

Lot: 236 - 236. 5 Gallon Stoneware Crock

Nice 5 gallon stoneware food crock with bail handle and blue incised #5.

Lot: 237 - 237. Vintage OHAUS Scale - Model 1123

Vintage OHAUS 45 lb. capacity scale. Dimensions:  26.5"w x 10.5"h.

Lot: 238 - 238. Unusual Oak Pressed Back Side Chair

This unusual oak side chair has a triple modified urn splay back.  This chair needs TLC, but is unusal in form and style. Hip rests and stretchers in tact. Dimensions:  17.5"w x 17"d x 39.5"h.

Lot: 239 - 239. Oak Tootsie Roll Top Mirror Frame

Weathered from a long life in the barn, this oak mirror frame measures 58" tall x 37" wide.  

Lot: 240 - 240. Cottage Painted Jelly Cabinet

2 Door over 1 drawer cottage painted jelly cupboard. Dimensions:  32"w x 15.5"d x 61.5"h.

Lot: 241 - 241. Steampunk Oil Funnel, Spigot Lamp

One of a kind steampunk lamp with retro Edison style light bulb and new (antique look) fabric electric cord, water faucet and old oil funnel. The light serves as the stream of water being released from the faucet. Dimensions:  11.5" x

Lot: 242 - 242. Steampunk Floor Jack Lamp

One of a kind double socket Steampunk lamp with awesome iron floor jack, Weksler thermometer and Winter's pressure gauge,  Edison bulbs and vintage style fabric electrical cord. Dimensions:  18"w x 37.5"h.

Lot: 243 - 243. Tom's Country Store Rack

Metal country store counter top display rack. Dimensions:  19.5"w x 17.5"h.

Lot: 244 - 244. "Tom's Toasted Peanuts" Steel Case

Very rare metal Tom's 5 cent peanuts cabinet. Once had a locking device tht can easily be replaced. The cabinet has a powder coat finish and is drilled with original holes for hanging. Dimensions:  28"w x 23"h.

Lot: 245 - 245. Sand Cast Buddha Zen Garden Statue

This sand cast Buddha statue is ready to bring peace and tranquility to your garden. Ohm...... Dimensions:  6"w x 8"t x 4.75"deep

Lot: 246 - 246. Outstanding Crazy Quilt Dated 1894

This 19C  community "crazy quilt" is absolutely wonderful. Assorted blocks hold embroidered messages, sayings and names of the quilters. A fabulous piece of textile history. In "as found" condition. Dimensions:  64"w x 72"h.

Lot: 247 - 247. 3-Piece Vintage Advertising Lot

"Ogden's RedBreast Flake"  Dimensions:  6.5" x 5" "MARITANA" High Grade Sun Cured Chewing Tobacco"  Dimensions:  3.5" x 6.75" "Sample of Cocoanut from Durkee Famous Foods, Inc. Elmhurst, NY"

Lot: 248 - 248. 11 Vintage Medicinal Bottles

"Piesse and Lubin of London" "Alongo O. Bliss Co." "Foss' Liquid Fruit Flavors" "Ess-Tee-Dee Success" "Virolax" "Eiffel Tower Lemonaide" "Squire & Son of London" "Genuine Haarlem Oil"  

Lot: 249 - 249. Lot of Four Vintage Advertising Tins

"E.F. Kemp Salted Mixed Nuts" Dimensions:  6.25" x 13.5" "RONA" Cacao RONA Solubilise C.J. Van Houton & Zoon "Weesp Hollande"  Dimensions:  4" x 7" "Monarch" Cocoa  Dimensions:  6"

Lot: 250 - 250. 12 Vintage Dairy & Medicinal Bottles

"Bovril Limited" "Brookside Diary" "Hollandia" "Rswleighs" "Altadena Diary" Fletcher's Tiger Sauce" "Mayr's Wonderful Remedy" "Rawleigh's Antiseptic Solution" "Bromo - Seltzer" "Eastman Rochester, NY"

Lot: 251 - 251. Lot of 2 English Spirit Bottles

"Oxford Wine Co." "Jones Brothers"  Registered Trademark Blob Top

Lot: 252 - 252. Set of 10 Primitive Clamps Clips

Outstanding set of 10 primitive matching clamps clips.

Lot: 253 - 253. Bodeker Drug Co. Bitters Crate

"Bodeker Drug Co." was established in 1836 by two German immigrant brothers in Richmond, VA.  It began as the " Bodecker Apothecary shortly after became "Bodecker Drug Company," that was extraordinarily famous for their Bitters.

Lot: 254 - 254. Vintage Wicker Baby Scale

Circa ~40s wicker basket in-home baby scale. Dimensions:  22" w x 12"h.

Lot: 255 - 255. 1950's Manicurist Table

50s Retro rolling manicurist's table. This may be where "Madge" heard all of the neighborhood gossip. Laminate box top atop aluminum wheels on castors.

Lot: 256 - 256. Vita-Sphere Juice Extractor

The "Virta-Sphere" Juice extractor was a state of the art kitchen appliance in the fifties. Great steampunk or art decoindustrial element.

Lot: 257 - 257. 19C Antique Lightning Rod

This lightening rod had a work out. It was struck, as can be seen by it's gnarly headpiece. It's all original. The directional arrow is missing its back end. Great garden sculpture!

Lot: 258 - 258. Country Library\School House Table

This sturdy oak constructed table appears to be from an old school house or library. The oak finish has been painted in vintage institutional green. It has two drawers that house a myriad of hand written graffiti. Circa 1920-40. Dimensions: 20"w x

Lot: 259 - 259. "Tam-O-Shanter" Picnic Cooler Jug

Before plastic and Styrofoam, the metal insulated picnic cooler was the way to keep cold beverages. Truth be told, they still excel in cooling today. This model is the "Tam-O-Shanter" and is all decked out in vintage plaid!

Lot: 260 - 260. Pine Demilune Table

This little "D" or Dem i-lune table was stored in a barn. Once an elegant furnishing, the years have graced it with a weathered patina that would fit into any country or primitive environment.

Lot: 261 - 261. Primitive Bucket Bench

Primitive bench with legs mortised through top. Great piece of country, farm Americana. Dimensions: 49"w x 7"h.

Lot: 262 - 262. Depression Era Parking Sign

Depression era (1930s) freestanding iron and metal "10 MIN. Parking 8AM 6PM"  sign with weighted base. Made by Lyle-Signs Minneapolis. Dimensions: 50.25"t

Lot: 264 - 264. Hanging Oak Medicine Cabinet

Early 20C old growth oak one door cabinet with mirror. Working lock with key. Dimensions:  15.5" x 19"

Lot: 265 - 265. Rare "AutoLine" 5 Gallon Oil Can

This is a hard to find rare petroleum piece."The Autoline Oil Co." from Robinson Oils, Baltimore, MD".

Lot: 266 - 266. "Mountain Valley" Glass Water Jug

5 gallon thick glass water jug with stopper.  1" chip to top of jug, otherwise good shape, no cracks.

Lot: 267 - 267. Vintage Feather Tree

Dimensions: 4'.9" Tall

Lot: 268 - 268. Large Saw Mill Blade

This old saw mill blade makes a great table top or wall hanging. Awesome industrial piece. Dimensions:  41" Diameter.

Lot: 269 - 269. Antique Kerosene Stove Bottle

Shout out to Frans Wilhelm Lindquist who created the first kerosene stove in 1892. The "clean" fuel propelled heat for ovens around the country. These dandy little bottles were convenient and far less laborious than coal or wood. The Brits called

Lot: 270 - 270. Galvanized Well Bucket

"Yolanda', her mother called out. "Fetch me another pail of water for Juniors hair. This boy is filthy." Yolanda knew well how dirty Junior was. She had seen him climbing the fence and pushed him into the hog pen. She swore if he told, she'd do it

Lot: 271 - 271. Enamel Over "Bob" Novelty Tin Sign

For the "Bob" in your life! Appears as a regulation traffic sign. "No Parking Except for Bob" "City Ord. #22500" Dimensions:  12" wx 18"h

Lot: 272 - 272. Two Primitive Antique Hand Sickles

Pair of primitive hand sickles

Lot: 273 - 273. Vintage Picnic Basket with Handles

Picnic, a simple word that usually brings about a smile. Picnic is derived froma several hundred year old French word, pique-nique. The rain hit the tin roof as the wind howled. An early season tropical storm was upon us. The wooden woven picnic

Lot: 274 - 274. Federal Triptych Wall Mirror

This Federal Triptych Gold Gilt Wall Mirror hung behind a fine jewelry case, reflecting the smiles and excitement of the customer's faces who stood before it. Made of solid wood, this is an elegant, period piece. Forget about if walls could talk,

Lot: 275 - 275. National Clear Glass Washboard

Rub a Dub Dub!  "Delicates" washboard with glass scrub panel. Dimensions:  12.5" x 24"

Lot: 276 - 276. Lingerie Washboard

A small lingerie board with a delicates glass panel.  You can stash this little board anywhere, or make a country primitive window catcher! Dimensions:8.5" x 18"

Lot: 277 - 277. Chicago-Saginaw Washboard

A washboard for the upper echelon. This Chicago-Saginaw Soap Saver Washboard, was up fitted with fine ribbed cobalt, a/k/a known as "smalt" glass. The glass panel made an excellent surface for scrubbing fine lingerie and delicates. It measures 12.5"

Lot: 278 - 278. Two Primitive Washboards

Two primitive washboards that wear age old patina of service.  Super wall hangers or washers when the power goes out! They work and with the right individual can keep time to an old gospel or bluegrass tune. Dimensions: Both 12.5" x 24"

Lot: 279 - 279. National Washboard Co. No. 801

National Washboard No. 801 was the top of the line appliance for the homemaker. It provided an ornate brass scrub panel that was tough on stains. The ribs reinforce the brass. Considered a fine playing instrument for old time music, as the back ribs

Lot: 280 - 280. Cast Iron Newel Post

This solid cast iron New York  19C  post measures  8" x 46". A stunning architectural element for the home or garden.

Lot: 281 - 281. "Hite" Manual Air Pump

Back in the day, it wasn't just bicycle tires that needed a pump, so did the "horseless carriages." The Hite company was the maker of streamed line air pumps that tucked easily in the Model A trunk. A necessity while driving those jalopies down the

Lot: 282 - 282. Reflective Wall Sconce Lamp

Fashioned after the binnacle of a lighthouse, this lamp will add nautical flair to any room in the home. Fitted with a candelabra socket, this lamp will light your way through the night. The wall sconce measures  8" x 15". It has up to

Lot: 283 - 283. Modernist Iron Art -"R" or Duck?

This cast iron modernist sculpture could be construed as a lower case "r", or it could be a duck. Frankly, it could be anything you wish for it to be. Hearsay is that the brothers across the bay thought it was a duck and shot at it. They realized

Lot: 284 - 284. Cotton Scale with Weight

Nothing is more indicative of  late summer and early fall in the south than the billowy fields of white cotton along the highways and byways. Workdays begin at daybreak and wind down just before dusk. Everyone in the cotton business just

Lot: 285 - 285. Rocking Butter Churn

The old woman sat on the porch next to the rocking churn praising the graces that be for such an easy to use tool. As she rocked with the churn, the sweet cream gently formed itself into delicious homemade butter. Eliza could get a breather while her

Lot: 286 - 286. Blue Painted Trunk

She waited as the porters unloaded the train. Her trunk, probably on the bottom was sure to come off last. Flat top trunks were made as for all of the bumps and bruises that came from loading luggage quickly. They served as the base for the luggage

Lot: 287 - 287. Cement Horse Head

Majestic Stone Cast Cement Horse Head from a local equestrian estate. They called him Renoir. He stood majestically on a post under the large magnolias until one day during a Sunday afternoon polo frenzy, a ball careened through the air taking his

Lot: 288 - 288. 5 Gallon Galvanized Oil Can

The jalopy coughed and sputtered into Mel Jinny's service station. Mel Jinny, a handsome woman with a bandana, looking a bit like Rosie, the Riveter, came out and shouted to old Joe,  "Joe, you let that girl run dry again?" "Fraid so, Miss

Lot: 289 - 289. Copper Horse & Buggy Weathervane

This wonderful vane is the design of "Sulky" Horse and Jockey from a Cushing's rendition for Currier & Ives. Early 20th century copper vane with directionals weathered verdigris patina. Dimensions:  35.5" x 45.5"

Lot: 290 - 290. Hand Forged Iron Hearth Tools

These hearth tools came out of a historic Chapel Hill, NC. They were found in the cellar by the stone cooking hearth. Hand forged, they appear to made to hold an item to be finished or cooked in the wood fire. Authentic and rare, they

Lot: 291 - 291. Four Antique Iron Hearth Tools

Also found in the historic Chapel Hill house, these tools utilitarian fire tools were used for stoking, scraping and arranging wood and ash.They are hand forged. Dimensions:  Roughly 60" tall.

Lot: 292 - 292. Chrome Truck Air Horns

The year is 1972. I's summer in the mid-west.  Carolyn, one of the young ladies mother, loaded up the  sixth graders into the the Olds Delta 88 en route to the amusement park across the river. The girls numbered five and rode

Lot: 293 - 293. Two Leather Samsonite Suitcases

Dimensions:  24"w x 19"h and 24"w x 18"h.

Lot: 294 - 294. Unusual Pair of Iron Lounge Chairs

This is a rare pair of cast iron lawn chairs with great design lines. . They have a very wide seat. They would look as good inside as out in a large room with their commanding presence. The backs are whimsically fashioned after the 60s strap lawn

Lot: 295 - 295. Vintage Telescopic Spotlight Holder

Lights, camera, action! This factory age iron base was the holder for theater or spotlights. The center rod rise or lowers.

Lot: 296 - 296. Vintage Wagon Wheel

Wooden wagon wheel with hub. Dimensions:  38" Diameter

Lot: 297 - 297. Large Vintage Wagon Wheel

Wooden wagon wheel with hub. Dimensions:  43.5" Diameter

Lot: 298 - 298. B&G Motor with Milk Crate

This vintage motor is in working condition, but it would be an awesome steampunk element. The wire milk crate is a bonus!

Lot: 299 - 299. Steampunk Lamp

Internal siphon gauge.  Reset button.  Early 1900's steam boiler parts.

Lot: 300 - 300. Car Shocks for Steampunk Projects

Vintage car shocks for a steampunk project, or any man cave.

Lot: 301 - 301. Nibco B-2 Valve - Steam Cock Valves

These steam cock valves are perfect for steampunk projects. Unlike the ones you can purchase at the store, these are USA vintage.

Lot: 302 - 302. Rare Metal Suitcase

Early part of the 20C hard side metal lined suitcase. Dimensions:  28"w x 14.5"h.

Lot: 303 - 303. Bingham - Gardner Water Box Cover

Bingham & Taylor was established in 1849 as a water and gas company. This is a cast iron water meter box cover from one of those 165 years.

Lot: 304 - 304. Aladdin Blue Flame Heater

The Aladdin Kerosine Parafin Heater was produced from ~1950s to ~1970s. Used as a heater in homes and occasionally a cookstove. Dimensions:  13"w x 21"h.

Lot: 305 - 305. Sears Tower "Challenger" Typewriter wCase

This post-war Sears Tower "Challenger" typewriter is in it's original case. It is in super working condition and we have supplied it with a new black and red ink ribbon. The "Challenger" model is from the fifties and supposedly was a re-badged

Lot: 306 - 306. Antique Oak Nail Keg

Handmade cask.All original with all original bands. Dimensions:  10"w x 17.5"h.

Lot: 307 - 307. Primitive Tool Box

This old primitive tool box is a handmade one of a kind. Unusual in the respect that it has two hand cut outs. It's in its natural finish with darkening of age old patina Dimensions:  13"w x 31.5"h.

Lot: 308 - 308. Vintage Slat Top Folding Picnic Bench

Easy to use, easy to store. Sturdy, all wood construction. Made as a bench, but makes a great plant stand or cocktail table. Dimensions:  12"w x 42"long x 16"h.

Lot: 309 - 309. Mission Oak Hall Tree Coat Rack

Hang your hat here, or your coat. Made of solid oak with Mission lines and iron hooks. Dimensions:  22" wx 66.5"h.

Lot: 310 - 310. Two Vintage Wood Stools

A four legged miking stool and a cane woven foot rest porch stool.

Lot: 311 - 311. Very Early Yellow Pine Barrel

Solid construction handmade barrel. The finesse of  a barrel can be told by how the holding wires are applied. The crafts person took some time with this one. Dimensions:  15" wx 29"h.

Lot: 312 - 312. Anatomical Drawing Figure

This whimsical little figure bends into a thousand positions. It was created for artists to be able to capture that certain pose. Placed on a shelf or table, it adds fun and whimsy to any room in the home! It stands  13"tall.

Lot: 313 - 313. Vintage Split Willow Fishing Creel

This nice large fishing creel is from Oriental, NC. it is made from traditional split willow with a hand carved dowel latch piece. In good condition with a little ink staining on inside bottom. Dimensions: 9"w x 16.5"l x 9"h.

Lot: 314 - 314. Cast Iron Wood Burning Cook Stove

Early 20C cast iron and porcelain cook stove with two eyes, griddle, oven and two warming compartments. Temperature gauge is positioned on oven door. Original grease cup hangs from the side.

Lot: 315 - 315. "Round Oak" Wood Cook Stove

Circa 1930s-40s Round Oak wood burning cook stove. Dimensions:  32"w x 21"d x 30.5"h.

Lot: 316 - 316. Pair of Built-in Arch Top Bookcases

These fabulous arch top Bookcases are straight out of a historic Chapel Hill home. The shelves are adjustable. Dimensions: 42.5"w (including trim) x 94"h.  31.25" bookcase opening.

Lot: 318 - 318. One Set of Six Door Lockers

There's two things about lockers. They come in two colors, army green and steel gray and virtually everyone has used one at least once in hisher lives. The sound of them opening and the sound of them closing reminiscent of the high school halls and

Lot: 319 - 319. One Set of Six Door Lockers

There's two things about lockers. They come in two colors, army green and steel gray and virtually everyone has used one at least once in hisher lives. The sound of them opening and the sound of them closing reminiscent of the high school halls and

Lot: 320 - 320. French Oak Drafting Table

architecte table à dessin This is a fabulous French architect's drafting table, most likely circa 1920s. This factory-age classic, is made of solid oak with brass straight edge bars. Fashioned after a cathedral arch,it was made for a

Lot: 321 - 321. Efel Kamina CoalWood Stove

Francois typed the words, "The End." He leaned back in his office chair and stretched with the grunt of a content Frenchman. He gently swiveled around in his office chair and grabbed the croissant and cappuccino that was warming atop this brightly

Lot: 322 - 322. Vermont Castings "Radiance" Stove

This little Vermont Castings Majestic Radiance Cast Iron Stove warmed the lake house that overlooked the Chatham pond. It made the lake house as cozy as a chenille throw around ones shoulder's on a cold snowy day. The firebox is set up for propane

Lot: 323 - 323. White Stone Cast Collie Dog Statue

The stone castle had stood in the woods of the mid-west refinery town since the twenties. With the passing of each decade it fell into more disrepair. The rumors and fables that surrounded the mysterious structure were numerous. Only accessible by

Lot: 324 - 324. Black Stone Cast Collie Dog Statue

The stone castle had stood in the woods of the mid-west refinery town since the twenties. With the passing of each decade it fell into more disrepair. The rumors and fables that surrounded the mysterious structure were numerous. Only accessible by

Lot: 325 - 325. Steel Base Yard Windmill

The windmill is an iconic Americana sculpture that dotted the countrysides. It could easily be considered the precursor to solar power or energy conservation. In the day, they were the power behind  grist mills and water pumps. The vanes

Lot: 326 - 326. Ornate Cast Iron Crown Piece

Commanding Antique Cast Iron Crown or Wall Hanging. Dimensions:  77" long.

Lot: 327 - 327. Unusual Antique Cast Iron Gate Door

Dimensions:  46" x 36"

Lot: 328 - 328. Antique Cast Iron Gate

Once a gate to the entry of a southern cottage in an idyllic pasture setting, this antique cast iron gate measures 32" x 46.5".

Lot: 329 - 329. Ornate Circle & Scroll Iron Gate

This fine circle and scroll gate graced the rose garden in the early part of the 20C. It had a signature creak when it was  pushed opened to enter the property so no one could ever sneak up on the gardener. Solid cast iron with chippy,

Lot: 330 - 330. Pair of Early Iron Gates

Dimensions:  68" x 72"

Lot: 331 - 331. Industrial Factory Table

A staple of factories, machine shops and sweat shops across America. These commanding tables are as strong as the backbone of the workers who slaved over them day after day. This table helped build America! Dimensions:  60" x 30" x 33"

Lot: 332 - 332. White Yellow Pine Mantle

This classic 1920s mantle is ready for your nest. It was found in the historic Bacon house (before demolition) located on Gimgoul Road in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. It is made from Southern yellow pine. Dimensions:  75"l x 9"d.

Lot: 333 - 333. North Carolina Farmhouse Mantle

A simple southern yellow pine mantle for a simple home where all you need to do is frame the heart of the house, the fireplace. Reclaimed from a home down the lane of Gimgould Castle in Chapel Hill. Simple wooden, darkened paint. 

Lot: 334 - 334. 3 Over 3 Primitive Pine Cupboard

Shaker style inset doors with bead board back.  Dimensions:  90.5"h x 75.5long x 22"deep.

Lot: 335 - 335. Large Iron Rose Garden Trellis

A bit free form after a run in with the lawn man, this trellis is made to be a freestanding centerpiece of any garden. It measures 49" x 114". Boy was there in case it started to run off, and yes, his name is Boy.

Lot: 336 - 336. Primitive Four Shelf Bookcase

  The bookshelf sat on the screen porch in the weathered beach cottage, next to the aluminum and vinyl chaise lounge. It held a plethora of shore born mementos, books, oil lamps and trinkets from visiting families' beach combing. Shorebird

Lot: 337 - 337. Old"Outboard Combi" Waterskies

The mahogany Chris Craft pulled along side the dock for a fill-up. Jimbo was waiting on the dock with his skies. He was a seasoned water skier, but his dad, Ernest, who was driving the boat was always trying to get him to take it to the next level.

Lot: 338 - 338. Wrought Iron Gate

Early 20C cast iron gate or commanding window guard.

Lot: 339 - 339. Wrought Iron Fence Gate

elegant hand wrought garden fence gate.

Lot: 340 - 340. Coke Sign

This Arden Square Coca-Cola sign with the "dynamic ribbon" was put out in 1969. At that time, the company replaced the word, "Drink" with the word "Enjoy." We have two of these classics up for sale. We used elbow grease and Dawn on this first one to

Lot: 341 - 341. Coke Sign

This Arden Square Coca-Cola sign with the "dynamic ribbon" was put out in 1969. At that time, the company replaced the word, "Drink" with the word "Enjoy." We have two of these classics up for sale. We used elbow grease and Dawn on the first one to

Lot: 342 - 342. Sangamo Watthour Meter

Steampunk parts.




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