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Auctioneer Farrin's Country Auctions 207-582-1455
Auction Date Jan 04 Auction
36 Water Street
Randolph, ME
Time 05:00PM
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Wednesday, January 4, 2017 at 5:00P.M.


Farrin's Country Auctions

36 Water Street

Randolph, Maine 04346

Maine Auction starts at 5:00P.M. And the Discovery Auction starts at 1:00P.M.

DISCOVERY AUCTION AT 1:00P.M.-Generator, engine lift, doll house, roll top, snowshoes, chevelle mirror, flat top desk, cram cans, early trike, crocks, Boy Scout uniforms, cedar closet, repairable items and so much more. This is a great pre-sale.


We are pleased to start the New Year with a nice estate from South China Maine, the contents of a Cape Elizabeth condo and several other lots drawn from around New England!!

For photos and descriptions please visit our website at: or visit  ID.#2955.  Call 1-800-474-2507 or 207-582-1455. Please check our website for updates as we will be adding items right up to auction time! Patty’s Pantry has a nice selection of homemade food and we are handicap accessible. We thank everyone for supporting Farrin’s Auctions for another great year.


MAIN AUCTION AT 5:00P.M.-Beautiful 60”  oak S-Roll top desk  by Keel Company with raised panels and very high top and nice interior, fancy walnut marble top hall tree, Fancy Victorian walnut cylinder secretary, walnut marble top commode with splash back, fancy inlaid two door Italian wardrobe with carved crest and two beveled glass doors, two door mahogany China cabinet, fancy three piece stenciled cottage pine bedroom set, stenciled four drawer cottage pine with matching commode, early two door over five drawer over two door cupboard, fancy Walnut sideboard with gallery back, fancy to over six Walnut chest with three round mirrors in bonnet top, four drawer Walnut lock side chest, early to draw lift top blanket chest, 4 drawer stack oak book case with claw feet, mint 46” oak SETH THOMAS double dial calendar clock, in a fancy carved case, mint 32” HOWARD AND DAVIS BOSTON U.S. LIGHTHOUSE banjo clock, early carved wooden dome top box with carved birds and lined with Massachusetts newspaper 1824, 4 drawer oak file cabinet, 6 drawer J.P. COATS spool cabinet, 101n piece sterling flatware set, 63 piece sterling flatware set, sterling candle sticks, many other pieces of sterling, colorful braided rug, Oriental rug, pine washstand, fancy mahogany pedestal, marble top walnut parlor stand, still life painting of peaches on a marble top stand early oil painting of village signed MAZKITANTISARO, oil painting of musicians playing in a village, water color of farmhouse signed E.EVERTT, painted Limoges plate of a nude lady, Early framed prints of George and Martha Washington, early Pembroke table, wonderful swing leg birch drop leaf table, fancy walnut hanging shelf, round fingered pantry box, decoys, burl mortar and pestle, set of 4 Hitchcock chairs, Mission oak rocker, early snowshoes, PEIDMONT folding advertising chair, 2 early Civil War swords, neat bamboo cabinet, early plant stand, Handel table lamp, brass student lamp with case glass shade, Charleston stoneware jug, oak press back up and down high chair, Gardiner crock with incised eagle,  square tube lantern, blue case glass brides basket with Victorian silver plate holder, Carnival punch bowl , early painted wooden ride on horse toy, early ladder back child’s chair, nice mahogany carved stand with gallery, bakers table, hooked rug of cow, cobbler’s bench, walnut Davenport desk, fancy marble top coffee table with carved figures, Heavy set of Hessian soldier andirons plus several other set of andirons, flax wheel in red paint, spinning wheel, great Bradley and Hubbard leaded table lamp, tall fancy painted Gone With the Wind lamp, 2 Harvard Shaker oval boxes in old paint, large early bills, sterling top cut glass perfume bottles, oak wall shelf, marble mantel clock, oak server, Suburban pedal car, hanging lamp, lighting rod, set of 8 dining room chairs, fancy frames, fancy needlepoint walnut foot stool, decoys, mahogany Governor Winthrop desk, maple chest, water color of cows, dove tailed blanket box, Moore McCormick ship print, chair table, fancy mahogany stands, sterling jewelry roly poly tobacco tin, early Globe canning jar, 1930’s Mickey Mouse lamp, Bradley and Hubbard door knocker, Mr. Peanut lamp, Featherweight sewing machine, Jolly Black man mechanical bank, 2 Bakelite radios, RCA chrome office chair, Child’s Singer sewing machine, marbles, Large Noritake dish set, flow blue, food molds, Royal Doulton mug, ice cream molds, candle molds, Limoges fish set, lots of decorative copper items, post cards, Birds eye view of Houlton, Maine, art port folio by Everett Charles Traynor III, fancy Fenton glass, stands, painted china,  plus so much more!


Terms: There is a 10% buyers premium and a 5.5% Maine State Sales Tax applied unless we have a valid resale number on file for you. All descriptions are subject to error. Cash, credit cards or approved check are acceptable forms of payment.


Preview: Tuesday, January 3, 2017 from 10:00A.M to 5:00P.M and from 8:00A.M. To Auction time the day of the sale.


Directions: From Cony Circle in Augusta, Maine, take Route 9 west for 7 miles to Randolph, Maine. From the Gardiner, Maine Bridge, take Route 9 east for half a mile. Watch for our sign on your right!


Russell A. Farrin,

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