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Auctioneer Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC - Barbara Masterson & Robin Brabander Auctioneers 330-421-9263
Auction Date Feb 04 Auction
1480 Pearl Road
Brunswick, OH
Time 04:00PM
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A large auction filled with variety: primitives, Victor machines, crocks, jewelry, men's items, smoking, barware, toys and games, furniture, records, sheet music, paperweights, inkwells, fountain pens, prints, glass & pottery, purses, steins, kid's books, wind up clocks and so much more! Come for an evening of fun and go home the winner of a treasure or two or more!

Antique & Collectible Auction

Saturday, February, 4th, 2017

Auction at 4 PM, Preview at 3 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.

A large auction filled with variety: primitives, Victor machines, crocks, jewelry, men's items, smoking, barware, toys and games, furniture, records, sheet music, paperweights, inkwells, fountain pens, prints, glass & pottery, purses, steins, kid's books, wind up clocks and so much more!

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

See our website: for over 200 photos.

PRIMITIVES, CROCKS: Floor model yarn winder. Primitive hay and straw cutter with stenciled markings on side and top: “Handy Hay & Straw Cutter”, “S.A. Loose & Son, Hamburg, PA”. Early 1900's, marked “JRC Ladder Stool” with patent dates below, folding wooden stool/ladder, 24” tall, designed by H.H. Cassidy for the J.R. Clark Co. 6 matching leaded glass windows, could be used horizontally or vertically; two are 16 1/4” X 39 3/4”, 2 are 16 1/4” X 33 1/4”, one is 17 1/4” X 39 3/4” and 1 is 17 1/4” X 33 3/4”. Other leaded glass windows; 20 1/2” X 35” and another is 10” X 39”. Two #3 straight sides crocks. #2 (in a clover) 2 tone straight side crock. 2 tone jug. Antique, grain measure in bent oak wood with lap joint and metal banding, 15” diameter and 8 1/4” tall. 14 1/2” long, wooden grain scoop. 13” diameter wooden bowl. 15” long wood paddle or spoon. Wood caddy. Collection of wooden mashers, some unusual shapes and handles. “Sensible 24” country or general store paper holder – cutter in cast iron and wood with 24” paper roll. 30” X 20” X 19 1/2” tall, wooden crate brought back from Africa by a Missionary. Cast metal spittoon with porcelain enamel lined interior and inner lip. Cast iron match holder with smirking face. Heavy metal mortar and pestle. Pelouze Family scale with porcelain lined upper tray, 24 pound capacity, original green paint with eagle decals on the sides. Marked “Haws Genuine” (John Haws, England) copper watering can with brass rose or sprinkling spout. Set of 2, 30” long, nesting dipper and strainer in brass with hand wrought iron handles.

5 gallon, embossed “Dover” can or pourer in galvanized metal with swing handle for milk or other liquid. 1 gallon, galvanized milk can with side handle, embossed; “Western United Chicago 41” with paper cap or inset lid. “It Whips” 1 quart, cream top milk bottle, embossed on bottle bottom: “Queen City Dairy, Cleveland, Ohio”. Smith Dairy metal milk box. Elm Farm Dairy metal milk box. Heavy metal wire milk bottle crate. Climax Crackers, Cakes & Biscuits wood crate, counter top display, Cleveland Baking Co., Central Ave./Woodland, interior paper label with partial paper label on one side, 18” X 13” X 8” tall. Two 15” diameter cheese boxes, 1 with metal banding, 1 with lid. Galvanized bucket calf nurser. Vintage, wooden hanging clothes dryer, unusual horizontal design with 10 arms. 11” diameter, brown spatter porcelain enamel basin. 12” diameter, 2 handled, blue spatter porcelain enamel basin or low pan. Gray graniteware loaf pan. Two Griswold #3, cast iron skillets (709-A, Erie PA) large block logo. Anchor brand wringer. Primitive, hanging balance scale with weight, 200 pound capacity.

Lard can. Vlasic Farms, embossed ½ gallon pickle jar. Wooden apple butter paddle. Green porcelain, enamel pail. Glass ladle or dipper with wood handle. “Sanitary Cheese Preserver” with lid. Fire King, 8 cup, 2 quart batter bowl with handle and spout. Purinton apple, oval cookie jar with lid. Kitchen gadgets: Bromwell's sifter with green handle, cookie cutters, aspic/jelly cutters in tin, rolling pins with chrome, red and other handles, graters, wood handled chopper, egg slicer, skimmer, ricer, Mouli grinder, others. Mirro aluminum coffee pot, complete. Wear-Ever aluminum coffee or tea pot, complete. Large, cast iron, Erie kettle with swing lid, great for plants as it is cracked. Hand scythes, ice tongs, hay hook, pulley. 2 single trees. Wooden, Samco soda pop crate, Parkersburg, West Virginia. Lightning rod with copper tip and porcelain enamel rings. 6 brass hose nozzles; one 3 1/2” tall fire marked “1 1/2”, garden and other. Wooden bungs or spigots. Cans with vintage paper labels: Old Black-Joe Butter Beans, Little Joe Crowder Peas, Big Four Tomatoes, Faultless Brand Beets, Michael Brand Tomatoes, Wayne Diced Carrots, many others.

Aladdin frosted glass (possibly Moonstone) oil lamp with marked Aladdin hurricane, extra Aladdin lox-on mantle in box and hand painted glass shade with pansies. Primitive Betty lamp with hanging hook. Hand lamp with brass collar and P & A burner. Finger hold oil lamp with screw in burner. 7” tall oil lamp with flat top font and brass collar. 7 1/2” oil lamp, marked; “Pat'd July 26, 1870” on base with brass puttied collar. Wooden, “Buckingham Palace Medina, Ohio” hand made sign, 24” X 18”. Working, vintage advertising thermometer, Stockert – Cutlip Funeral Home. Working, advertising thermometer “National Biscuit”. Vintage tins: mints, tea, coffee, more. “Gopher Getter” box trap. Bicycle bell and light for parts/repair. Bait can. Diehl Junior electric fan – not currently working. Small country stool with hand painted checkerboard top. Small, 1 shelf cabinet with washboard door. Nice, large picnic basket with lift out upper tray. Handled basket with 3 braided rings. Sad iron with trivet. Water faucet with porcelain “hot” and “cold” buttons. Cast iron, Punch & Judy doorstop, probably from the 70's.

MUSIC, RECORDS, VICTROLA TALKING MACHINES (table top models), RADIOS: 3 working and in beautiful condition Victor Talking Machines from 1 collector: working Victor VV-50 portable tabletop model, #117123, mahogany case with side carrying handle, Victrola No. 2 reproducer, crank, 17 1/2” long X 12” wide X 9” tall. Working, Victor VV-VI tabletop model, #197726 F, oak cabinet, Victor Exhibition reproducer, 2 front doors with slats behind. Working, Victor VV-IV, table top model with oak case, #140407 E, Victor Exhibition reproducer, 2 front doors with slats behind. 1920 and 1924 Victor Record Catalogs (1924 blue and black labels) (1920 records with biographical sketches, opera plates, new portraits and special red seal section). Record brushes: MGM, Duotone, Crosby-Deca, Cecilian, RCA Victor, Lombardo-Decca and other advertising brushes. Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmie photo and 2 song books (“Songs of The Soul” and “Hearth and Home Songs”) Depression era, 1930's, father and son radio personalities and 1933-1943 performers at The Grand Ole Opry. Working, Philco transistor radio, Model T-&-126 with leather case and manual. Untested, Zenith tube radio in black Bakelite case, Model 46800ZY (cord bad and no batteries to test). Working, vintage battery operated bull horn. Sheet music: 17 pieces with beauties on the covers, many Rolf Armstrong artwork covers. Several box lots of vintage sheet music, many in plastic sleeves, dated: Casablanca, Shirley Temple, movie hits, Broadway musicals, Crosby and many, many others. Hohner Chromonica II Deluxe harmonica in original case, Made In Germany. Hohner “Bluesband” harmonica in original box with related how to play the harmonica books and papers. Working Wal-Feld Co. child's 78 record player with reproducer, marked Made In England, steel case, model #5000. Working, JVC compact component system CD-R/RW playback, model MX-G500. Pair of “Energy Take 2” satellite speakers with black, high gloss finish on 16” tall, cast iron speaker stands. Trylon Philadelphia portable record player, needs rewire.

Records: Two platter-paks plus 2 box lots 45 RPM records, most with sleeves: Pointer Sisters, Jett, Mellencamp, Oak Ridge Boys, Tina Turner, Michael Jackson, Sheena Easton, Pink Floyd, Air Supply and many others. Two platter-paks, cases, 45 RPM records, no sleeves with Four Aces, Ernie Ford, Richard Maltby, Bill Haley, Patti Page, Rosemary Clooney, Jackie Gleason and many others. Other 45 RPM records in platter-paks and a box lot: Beatles, Lettermen, 5th Dimension, Paul Revere, Frankie Valli, Vogues, Vanilla Fudge, Association, Sonny & Cher, J and Miracles, T-Bones, Sandy Posey, Monkees,, Dave Clark 5, Mel & Tim, B.J. Thomas, Rivingtons, Sam The Sham, Troggs, McCoys, Hollies, Miracles, Freddy Cannon and many others. Box lot 1970's and 80's, 45 RPM records, Rock & Roll. Box lot of 33 LP records: Monkees, Beatles, Ricky Nelson, Nat King Cole, Ventures, Safaries, Hair, Sonny & Cher, Blood Sweat & Tears, Gordon Lightfoot, Lula, others. Platter-pak plus metal stand with 45 RPM records – mostly easy listening, square dances, folk, etc. Posters: “The Police”, copyright 1983 Roxanne Music, 34 1/2” X 22 3/4”. “Tina Turner” Winterland Prod. 1985 – The Private Dance Tour. “The Go-Gos Vacation Tour of America”, 1982 Real Gone Inc., 24” X 36”.

JEWELRY, STERLING SILVER, COSTUME: Mexican silver, marked either 925, silver or sterling: bracelet with green stone Aztec masks and complimentary earrings, bracelet with green stone sleeping Mexicans, gazelle brooch with inlaid turquoise eye, spiral brooch, earrings marked BSP (Cuernaxaca), brooch with deep red stone marked JE, earrings marked JLF (Jose Luis Flores), bracelet with inlaid abalone stone marked CF, hinged links bracelet with serpents, beaded necklace, ring with pink fire opal stone, flower brooch with abalone, ring with green onyx stone, wrap ring with inlaid turquoise. Unmarked Mexican jewelry, possibly sterling: beaded necklace, filigree bracelet, rings with turquoise stones, ring with abalone, ring with turquoise stones signed D.E. Dishta. Rings, possibly Native American or Southwest, unsigned. Ring marked HM (Henry Mariano – Navajo silversmith) with coral, no sterling mark.

Other sterling jewelry, marked 925 or sterling: flower and leaf link necklace & earrings, flower and leaf link necklace with marcasite, heavy bracelet with rhinestones & faux pearls, Danecraft bracelet with pale blue glass stones, Danecraft floral spray brooch, Beau wishbone pin, Beau sailboat pin, Beau ring, Lang birdcage pin, Monet bow pin, Lind Ring with large glass stone, Nye flower pin, Studio E & P Norway pendant/brooch, lobster pin, pair of dress clips with marcasite, floral medallion link bracelet, chain link bracelet with Ohio charm, hinged dolphin bracelet, cameo necklace with marcasite accents, rhinestone bar pin, saddle with whip pin, spoon pin, other pins, ring with mountain lion head, ring with elephant head, ring with heart shaped rhinestone, other rings. Sterling vermeil brooches: 1 marked MB (Marcel Boucher), skeleton pendant and earrings.

Costume jewelry: signed R. Landholm (Swedish modernist) pewter pendant necklace, Hattie Carnegie butterfly brooch – faux jade with rhinestone eyes, Royal of Pittsburgh rhinestone brooch, Hattie Carnegie gold tone leaf brooch, Miriam Haskell white and brown beaded necklace, graduated glass black bead necklace, pair embossed bangle bracelets, blue stone link necklace, rings with glass stones, necklace with eagle pendant, cameo pins & brooches, amber necklace, coral necklaces, crystal necklaces, rhinestone necklace & earrings, wood bead necklace, blue iridescent beaded necklace, cameo bracelet & earrings, hematite bracelet, copper bracelet, triple strand green glass bead necklace – Japan, Oriental pendant necklace, hinged rhinestone with cameo bracelet, red rhinestone pin, telephone brooch, micro mosaic pendant & earrings, Lucite bracelet with rhinestones, hand painted porcelain brooch, enamel on metal coat or dress clip, rhinestone hat ornament, Hattie Carnegie locket bracelet.

TOYS, BOOKS: Early 1900's, unmarked Gibbs Mfg. pull toy with wagon and 2 horses (#50 Gray Beauty pacers), wood slat wagon with metal wheels, horses are of wood with paper litho decals and metal jointed legs so they move when the toy is pulled, 19” long overall. 14” long overall, cast iron “Overland Circus” wagon with 2 horses. Cast iron, 6 1/2” long, Kenton cap gun, marked “Slick” and on either side “S” and “W” in circles, marked; “Pat'd Sept. 11, 23”. Cast iron, 3 1/2” long, Stevens cap gun, marked; “Pluck” and “Pat'd Mar. 22 & June 17, 90”. 2” long, toy gun in leather holster. Marked; “Hong Kong” Tommy gun style cap gun, 5 1/2” long.

Masters of The Universe, sealed Rio Blast, Mattel #2792, 1986, “Heroic Transforming Gunslinger”. Masters of The Universe, sealed King Hiss, Mattel #2420, 1985, “Leader of The Snake Men”. “Teeter” Zig-Zag Automatic Action wooden toy with clowns on teeter from “A Multipl-Aktion Toy”, patented 1943 with original box. Wooden stacking or building blocks with letters, numbers and pictures. Tinkertoy set #550, complete with instruction booklet. Two Tinkertoy sets #440, complete, one with instructions. 1 1/2” tall marked; “Ohio Art Bryan, Ohio” tin litho nursery rhyme cup. 2 1/4” tall, tin litho pitcher, unmarked. Child's mug in pewter with ABC's and numbers. Child's mug with hand painted pelican and figural cat handle. Child's mug with man and bird, both smoking cigars, marked Made In Japan”. Child's milk pitcher with Jack and Jill and figural dog handle. From the old comics; “Toonerville Trolley” copyright Fontaine Fox, porcelain bisque trolley and 3 “Toonerville Folks” in original box, made in Japan, trolley and 2 of the figures are 3 1/2” tall, the 3rd figure is 2 1/2” tall. Binder loaded with daily comics “Out Our Way” by J.R. Williams and “The Good Old Days” by Erwin Hess. 8 piece porcelain bisque elephant band in original box, made in Japan, 2” tall. Set of 4 out of 6, porcelain bisque child figures in original box, 2” tall. Two “Comon-Tators Inc. F.J.T. 1954” peg games; “China Checkers” and “Snake Pit”. Marx tin litho motor oil pump, 3 1/2” tall. Marx “Warriors of the World – Slipping Bird” 2 3/4” tall figure in original box. 1960's Tonka, pressed steel, 24 hour service wrecker and pressed steel bucket fire truck. Ohio Art, spinning top, tin litho with “10 Little Indians”. Snoopy jack-in-the-box.

Jolly Jump-Ups”, pop up book, “Child’s Garden of Verses” copyright 1946 McLoughlin. “Jolly Jump-Ups”, pop up book “Jump-Ups and Their New House” copyright 1939, McLoughlin. “Christmas Time In Action”, pop up book, copyright 1949 W.P. Philips, illustrated by William K. Tilley. “Play Time In Action”, pop up book, copyright 1949 W.P. Philips, illustrated by William K. Tilley. Complete set of 8, Uncle Wiggily books, set #3600, copyright 1939 Platt & Munk. Complete set of 8, in original box, “My Indian Library”, set #3300, copyright 1935 Platt & Munk. Complete set of 8, in original box, “Bedtime Nature Library”, set #3700, copyright 1940 Platt & Munk. Complete sets of 8, not in boxes: #3300 “My Indian Library” and #3400 Children Around The World – both Platt & Munk. Set of 16 Platt & Munk storybooks in a box, other various, soft cover Platt & Munk storybooks

Paya historical reproduction tin litho wind up vehicles, from the 1960's-70's, all in original boxes with keys, some work, some are temperamental and some need adjustment: bus, taxi, airplane, motorcycle, motorcycle with side car, gas-oil truck, ship, water plane and others. 

ANTIQUE & NEWER FURNITURE, LAMPS, PRINTS, MIRRORS: Antique oak mantle with applied carvings, 54” wide with opening measuring 35 1/2” wide X 34 1/2” tall. Flatwall cupboard with punched copper panels on top doors, carved pediment in oak. Small sideboard or server with 2 drawers over 2 doors, back splash. Slight, hump back wooden trunk, marked on inside “Anton Vonboc”, hand wrought side bale handles and latch, metal banding on side edges and top sides, 27” long. Possibly Larkin, ladies writing desk with curved legs. Podium or lectern in oak with opening top, 20” wide. Flat top trunk in green with wooden banding. Cedar window seat or bench with storage behind 2 blind doors, 6' long X 25” deep X 20” tall. Trestle table with 2 leaves in walnut stain. 4 matching, arrow back chairs in oak by Tell City. Newer oak curio with sliding glass door, glass sides, 5 glass shelves, lighted and mirrored back with keys. Gently used Mission style 3 piece entertainment center that could easily be used in a variety of ways – together or as separate pieces; has 2 side cabinets with glass doors and storage compartments, lighted top piece, center shelf. 5 drawer maple chest of drawers. Small stand in oak. Stick & Ball stand, needs TLC. 24” tall white, textured pottery, floor vase with arrangement of various dried grasses. Brass student lamp with green ribbed shades.

23 3/4” X 36” wood framed, beveled mirror. 18 1/2” X 23 1/2” wood framed mirror with carved Art Deco design. Liz Jardine “Interjection I” matted and framed abstract print, 27 3/4” X 42”. Two mounted prints on canvas with inspirational passages, 24” X 18” and 15” square. 25” X 33” framed, Cheri Blum floral print. Pair framed Pamela Gladding floral prints, 22 1/2” square. Unframed painting on canvas, Oriental scene, WWII souvenir from either Seoul or Hong Kong,, signed MAK.C., 15” X 19”. Several baby prints, framed by various artists; Annie Benson Muller, Farini (?), Charlotte Becker, Mabel Robbins Harris and others.

PORCELAIN, GLASS, POTTERY: Toothpick holders: Imperial Glass “Octagon” #505 and “Three In One”, various colors (carnival, slag, satin, milk, custard, amethyst), L.G. Wright: “S Repeat” and “Moon & Stars”, Boyd “Forget me Not”, Joe St. Clair “Inverted Fan & Feather”. Pair 12” hand painted glass vases, signed “Calus”, numbered and dated. 10 1/2” hand painted and signed Fenton glass vase, “J. Brown No. 84 of 1000 1986” with 2 paper labels. 7 1/2” Wedgwood Jasperware vase in black with white bas-relief design. 6 1/2” hand painted, black glass vase. 7 1/2” black glass vase with enameled floral design. Hull: “Parchment & Pine” basket S8, “Woodland” window box W-14-10”, basket W-9-8 3/4”, basket F24, “Royal Woodland” cornucopia vase W-10-11”, “Royal Woodland” shell wall pocket “Magnolia” vase H-1-5 1/2”.

10 1/2” signed studio art glass cylinder vase in multicolor swirl. 6 1/2” labeled, signed and numbered Kosta Boda bottle or bud vase. 6 1/2” signed and dated, Brian Lonsway 1998, hand blown vase in gold with iridescent neck, rim and upper interior. 8” Bohemian/Czech vase in cased glass, white overlay cut to light blue with hand painted flowers and metallic gold design and accents. 6 1/2” pale yellow satin glass vase with blue birds and floral. 8” Hoya cranberry cut to clear vase with label. 9 1/4” studio art glass vase, hand blown with applied handles, ruffled rim in shades of red, pink, white and clear. Pair Ceramic Arts Studio shelf sitters; Pete and Polly parrots. 8 1/2” tall cranberry opalescent hobnail, jack-in-the-pulpit vase with ruffled rim.

Royal Doulton toby jug, Happy John, 5 1/2”. Royal Doulton character jugs: The Cardinal 3 1/2”, Tony Weller 2 1/4”, Old Charley 2 1/4”. Shorter & Sons toby jug, Guardsman, 4 1/2”. Falcon Ware character jug, Henry VIII. Beswick character jug Captain Cuttle, 5”. Allertons toby jug, Snuff Taker, 8”. Ceramics Arts Studio toby jug 3”. Tony Wood Staffordshire toby teapot. Lladro mother and baby fox fox in matte finish. Cybis porcelain baby owl. Cybis porcelain baby rhino. 4 Natures Heritage by Holland Craft, Staffordshire, England, hand painted mouse figures: mouse on block of cheese, mouse on corn cob, mouse with berries and mouse sleeping under mushroom cap. Pitcher and wash basin, marked “Klondyke”, probably the pattern name.

Longaberger Pottery, all made in USA, Woven Traditions Heritage Green: 13” X 9” serving tray on wrought iron stand, 12 rimmed soup bowls, 10 cup & saucer sets, soap dispenser, pair candlesticks, two 9” diameter plates, gravy boat, flower pot, 4 stacking cereal bowls in original box. In Heritage Red: 64 ounce pitcher and votive holder. Longaberger 1989 button basket and 1995 hostess (?) with liner and protector.

LADY'S ITEMS, MEN'S ITEMS, TEXTILES: 74” X 78” embroidered cotton, lace edged tablecloth. 43” X 80” embroidered seersucker topper for twin bed. 72” X 78” embroidered cotton tablecloth. 54” X 84” white cotton crocheted tablecloth. Some crocheted doilies, sweetheart hankie. 70” X 90” embroidered cotton, summer weight comfort. Designer handbags, new to very gently used, some exclusive to HSN: Sharif gold tone leather, suede and dyed animal fur, hobo style handbag with small wristlet purse and wallet, new with tags. Etienne Aigner Lobo Hobo Collection, style 4300H, blue polyester with beige leather trim, shoulder strap. Chi by Carlos Falchi, black leather hobo shoulder bag with snakeskin trim and faceted faux stones, hidden magnetic closure, zippered divider and zipper pocket, cell phone pocket, key hook and dust bag. Chi brown leather hobo shoulder bag with snakeskin trim, hidden magnetic closure, zippered divider and pocket, cell phone pocket, key hook and dust bag. Susan Lucci signature tote in black polyester with white leather trim, includes wallet, small makeup bag and cell phone or eyeglass case. Susan Lucci played a part in a show for 41 years – be the first at the auction to tell Chris what show and what character. Two Buxton fabric totes with leather trim and shoulder straps, includes; wallet, photo case, key chain and cell phone case. Chi fuchsia with purple trim tote. Travel Trend, black water repellant tote with leather trim and handles, new with tags.

Borsalino brown felt fedora, label under sweatband: Grand Prix, 1591, 61246, 5 7/8. Borsalino black felt fedora, label: 3550, 66472, Morello C. Nera, 7 ¼, stamped on sweatband ; “Imported By The Hatterie, Akron, OH”. Cavanagh brown felt fedora. Always On Top black felt, men's Western hat, size 7 ¼. Mallory by Stetson, black felt, wide brim fedora, size small 6 ¾ – 6 7/8, style marked C6500 Raider. Stetson New York Millinery hat box with leather strap and buckle closure, 15” long X 13 1/2” wide X 7 1/2” high, has scene with carriage and people in Victorian clothing. Portis Hats hat box with various silhouettes of men. Men's wooden dresser box with cuff links and tie bars, Accutron wrist watch – needs battery. Round Bakelite frame, Durex, eyeglasses, 1/10 12k gold filled bridge and temples. Stahly live blade safety razor in original box – a wind action razor. Clauss floral celluloid handle straight razor. Eugene Berninghaus Co. “Hercules” model, straight razor with marbleized handle.

BARWARE, STEINS: Working, Anheuser Busch, Natural Light Beer light up sign, 12 1/2” X 15”. Working, Pabst “This Is The Place” Blue Ribbon Beer light up sign, 17” X 17”. Working, Coors Light Silver Bullet light up sign, 25 1/4” X 15 1/2”. Old Milwaukee Beer sign, 19” X 17”, not working. Blatz “Cold” Beer light up sign, 10” X 29 1/2”, not working. Genesee Beer & Ale framed mirrored sign, 23” X 17”. Figural bar tool caddy. Figural whiskey decanter with 6 barrel shaped shot glasses. Three John F. Betz & Son brewery, Philadelphia, PA wooden crates, the brewery closed in 1939. Hillbilly stopper/pourer. Lidded musical beer stein, plays “How Dry Am I”. Made in Japan, German design beer mug or stein. Cut glass decanter with stopper. Budweiser posters, all marked : “Anheuser Busch – Brewers of Budweiser Beer, St. Louis, MO, USA”: “Steal of The Night” - 1983 Anheuser Busch – 20” X 28”, Budweiser Cleveland Grand Prix – 1984 Anheuser Busch – 20” X 28”, “Longnecks” - 1983 Anheuser Busch – 26” X 20”. Jim Beam decanters: Model T Ford in original box, “Devil Anse” Hatfield, Randolph McCoy, John Henry “A Street Drivin' Man” - Big Bend Tunnel – West Virginia. Ezra Brooks decanter, Stonewall Jackson. Commonwealth Distillery “King Coal-Coal Miner” decanter with box.

Steins: Two Ceramarte of Brazil, 1996 U.S. Olympic Team Atlanta – Track & Field and Gymnastics, both with boxes and COA's. Budweiser limited edition Atlanta 1996 Centennial Olympic Games #28419 with box and COA. Budweiser 1992 U.S. Olympic team stein. Budweiser special event stein; Indianapolis 500, 1996, first in series #1087 with box and COA. Ceramarte Budweiser golf bag stein, 1993, in box. 1995 Bud Frog stein #16669. Budweiser Daytona speed week #1884, made in West Germany stein. Ceramarte 1991 Budweiser Heroes of Hardwood #22527 with box. Sports Impressions limited edition steins, all in boxes with COA's: “The King of K” #588/1990, “Jerry Rice” #557/2500, “Jim Kelly” #584/2500, “Troy Aikman” #1214/2500.

WIND-UP CLOCKS, INKWELLS, PENS, PAPERWEIGHTS, SMOKING, ITEMS OF SPECIAL NOTE: Working, circa 1925, Seth Thomas “Severn” wind-up alarm clock in leather. Working, New Haven wind-up, celluloid dresser clock with inset second hand. Westclox wind-up Big Ben alarm clock last patent #1563431, clock works, alarm does not. Working, celluloid wind-up dresser clock. Working, Elgin quartz, battery op carriage style desk or dresser clock. Working, Howard Miller battery op tambour style clock. Howard Miller carriage style alarm clock, battery op, not currently working. Waterford “Wharten” desk clock, needs new battery. Bradley, made in Germany, alarm clock, not working. J.A. Bucknell alarm clock, not working. 2 quartz dresser clocks, need new batteries.

Copper, 25” tall, Foamex fire extinguisher, model FDS, American-La France Foamite Corp., Elmira, N.Y. Military and sweetheart pins: two 1/20 10k GF anchors, two 1/20 10k GF Naval aviator wings, 1/20 10k GF ruptured duck lapel pin, two sterling anchors, US Coast Guard pin. 50 star (internment) flag with stitched stars and stripes by Valley Forge Flag Company, Spring City, PA, 5' X 9 ½'. Two KKK (Ku Klux Klan) Imperial symbol tokens, 31mm,“Duty” on obverse, “One Country, One Flag, One Language on reverse. Van Dusen Aircraft Supplies, set of 4 mugs with various airplane decals in original box.

Inkwell's: Carter's Cube Well from Carter's Ink Co., black Bakelite Squire's Inkwell Co., brass inkwell, brass inkwell on alabaster stand with pen rest and matching blotter, Sengbusch self closing inkwell, Old Sturbridge Village clay inkwell, Gemma crested pottery with pen rest, newer triple snail on cast iron stand (only 1 snail present), travel inkwell. Single, double and triple glass inkwells. Sheaffer Statesman, white dot, snorkel fill fountain pen in green with 14k nib. Sheaffer Triumph Tuckaway clipless fountain pen with white dot, vacuum filler, brown striated, early 1940's, 14k Sheaffer Lifetime nib, matching mechanical pencil. Two Esterbrook, J series, double jewel lever fill pens, 1 gray and 1 brown marbled. Parker “51” Vacuumatic in chrome and blue with arrow clip. Tiffany & Co., marked sterling silver, ballpoint pen with box and felt pouch. Parker 61 cartridge fill, double jewel fountain pen in gray. Parker Vector ballpoint pen. Colibri slim twist pen/pencil set. Two Sheaffer chrome ribbed with white dot pen and pencil sets. Arpege Chanel #5 perfumed 2 pen set, 14k gold filled filigree. Cross metallic red and chrome pen and pencil set. Montefiore navy and gold pen and pencil set. Tiffany & Co., marked 925, sterling heart bookmark with box and felt pouch.

Viking binnacle compass, electrified – into lamp, Viking brass tag on front of base, floating compass on gimbal under glass hood with viewing port, lidded lantern casings on either side. Travel Pro Model SC36 motorized scooter by Pride Mobility Products, 275 pound capacity, comes with battery charger, oxygen tank holder, key, instructions and 2 rechargeable batteries (the batteries will not charge – needs new battery).

Paperweights: signed S. Smyers (Stephen) '76, K49, iridescent, 2 3/4” diameter. Signed Levay, iridescent with raised swirl, 3 1/4” diameter. Thread design, signed Intaglio Anton (designer Susan Anton Carr who collaborated with Levay). Illegibly signed iridescent, dated 1983, 2 1/2” diameter. Signed Wedgwood England, blue and green mushroom. Signed Pozarski (Bob Pozarski, Akron glass artist), brown inner controlled bubble with iridescent flecks, 3 1/4” diameter. Gentile Glass, Star City, W. VA., 2 1/4” with green flowers. Faceted millefiori, 2” diameter with Murano - Made in Italy label. WVU (West Virginia University) controlled bubble, 2 3/4”. Faceted aurora borealis, 2”. Yellow with flowers, 3 1/2”. Blue base and bubbles, 2 3/4”. Millefiori rooster. 3 1/8” diameter, flat metal disc style paperweight “Great Lakes Supply, Cleveland, Ohio”.

5 ambrotypes in cases; man, woman, child, couple. 4 daguerreotypes (mirrored) in cases, 2 older women in bonnets – 1 with flower vase, young woman man. 1 opalotype of bearded man in back half of case. 5 other daguerreotypes and tin types. “White Motor Inter-Dept Champs 1952 Engine” baseball trophy, 21” tall, White Motor Co. was an American manufacturer of cars, trucks, buses and agricultural tractors from 1900-1980. Set of 23 matching 2 piece prisms, ten 2 3/4”, ten 3 1/8” and one 2”. Can, vintage Gold Bronze Powder from S.C. Wagenman Paint Stores Co.

Wilton Armetale Metal oval platter in the “Chippendale” pattern, 20 1/2” X 15 1/2”. Estia silver plate flatware, 6 piece service for 8 plus hostess set that includes butter knife, sugar spoon, ladle, meat fork and serving spoon. Ultrex carving set, Pier One cake server and knife. Made In Italy silver plate salad serving set. Wendell August, handmade solid bronze: Dogwood luncheon tray 17 1/2” X 11 3/4” with original price tag - $150.00, 1982 limited edition Christmas plate No. 695 – 9” X 7”, oval plate “Come Grow Old With Me..”. napkin or letter holder, 9” X 6” tray. Wendell August hammered aluminum: two 15” X 9” trays with strawberries and dogwood, 9” square plate with daisies and butterflies, 3 coasters. Arthur Armour: 16 1/2” X 10” hammered tray with landscape scene and chapel, 11 1/2” square tray with matching scene, 11 3/4” X 7 3/4” plate with pine cone laden branches, oval bowl with pine cone laden branches, 5 3/4” square plate with rose stem. Collector reference books: Black Americana, dolls, vintage clothing, ice cream molds, Japan ceramics, Disney, Sellers and others.

Pipe rack with 4 pipes: marked JB, Cleveland, OH – John Bessai handmade, imported briar (JB was long time pipe maker, repairman & tobacco shop owner in the “Old Arcade), Dr. Grabow CDL imported briar. Single pipe rest with Scottie dog. Triple pipe rest with acorns and leaves. Meerschaum pipe with horse, amber stem and case. Meerschaum pipe with deer, amber stem and case. Meerschaum pipes for parts or repair, horse, lady's head. Porcelain pipe bowls; young lady portrait, 2 with deer scenes. Carved wood bowl pipe and ceramic bowl pipe. Ceramic and clay pipes; figural, Gouda, Holland, Goede Waagen's, civil war era, others. Oriental, figural carved, cigarette holder in leather sheath. Black glass cigarette holder in leather case. Cigar holder in amber with gold plated ring in hard side leather case. Pipe stems and other holders. Ronson La Ronde Varaflame table lighter #40092 in original box. Ronson “Whirlwind” pocket lighter. Winston pocket lighter in original box by Zenith. Pabst Blue Ribbon beer pocket lighter. 4 Winston “No Bull” pocket lighters. Table lighter in Golden Age soda can. Evans “jeweled” table lighter. Excello Shurlite pocket lighter, unused in original box.

Smoking set in gray marble with ashtray and cigarette jar. Royal Worcester cigarette jar and 2 matching ashtrays. Art glass ashtray with controlled bubbles. “Everybody” Ash Receiver”, 1949 gag ashtray. Painted, cast metal nude ashtray. 2 brass ashtrays – Bulldog, 1 with figural rim. 3 box lots of souvenir and advertising ashtrays: MGM, Tangiers, Bunny Hamburgers, Rax, Atlanta Hotel, Baltimore, Arizona, Myrtle Beach, Sea World, Disneyland, Red Lion Inn, Broncho Lodge, Interstate 80, Alaska, Mexico, Harrah's, Catalina and many more. Virginia Slims keychain, Marlboro and Salem cigarettes playing cards.

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Auctioneers: Barbara Masterson & Robin Brabander

Call 330.421.9263 or 330.635.5037


PLEASE NOTE: Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC is NOT affiliated with and does NOT have any relationship to and/or with any other auctions or auctioneers holding auctions at the Diamond Event Center.

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Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC (MBA, LLC):

1. Cash. Credit cards (Visa, MC, Discover) and checks if known to us or approved by us.

2. Photo ID required for registration to bid. Current driver’s license with photo required to pay with check or credit card.

3. There is a 5% gallery fee for those in attendance.

Absentee bidders and phone bidders pay 15% buyers’ premium, shipping, insurance, signature confirmation, tracking & $5.00 per lot handling fee. Most packages are shipped from a third party provider so additional packing charges may apply as well.

4. Ohio sales tax will be charged for this auction.

5. We may hold purchased items until checks or credit card payments clear our bank. If your check cannot be electronically deposited through Telechek, your items may be held until your check clears our bank. Items must be paid for day of sale. Held items shall be picked up by the bidder within 14 days of notification. Bank checks/cashier’s checks cannot be electronically deposited so items will be held until check clears our bank.

6. Great care and many hours of research have been taken to list and label auction items using our best judgment however, neither Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC, the consignors, the help, nor any of its agents make any warranties, guaranties or representations of any kind in regard to the merchandise. No statements made at the sale, in any advertising, labels, tags, sales tickets or elsewhere shall be deemed such a representation or warranty or be subject to liability. All items sold as is, where is and all sales are final. Buyers are encouraged and advised to inspect and satisfy themselves of the merchandise prior to the sale.

7. MBA, LLC, the consignors, the help do not warranty the fitness of any item for a particular purpose. Buyer assumes responsibility for having all items including but not limited to electrical items checked by a professional.

8. Antique & vintage toys may not meet today’s requirements for lead based paints, small pieces removable and/ or otherwise and age recommendations. Therefore, all toys are sold as collectible items for adult use only.

9. Antique & vintage linens, clothing, textiles are sold for collectible and display purposes only.

10. MBA, LLC rarely takes written reserves however, there may be a few items in this auction that have one. The reserve is a confidential agreement between MBA, LLC and the consignor. MBA, LLC shall execute the reserve on behalf of the consignor.

11. No refunds, exchanges, returns or credit card charge backs. All sales are final. All items sold as is without guarantee nor warranty.

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