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Auctioneer Robert H. Clinton & Company, Inc 610-847-5432
Auction Date Nov 18 Auction
2718 Mountain View Drive
Bath, PA
Time 09:00AM
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Klecknersville Rangers Volunteer Fire Company Banquet Hall
2718 Mountain View Drive * Bath, Northampton Co., PA  18064

Saturday, November 18, 2017 @ 9:00 AM
(inspect from 8:00 AM)

3 Auctioneers Selling a Variety of Items From the Late Metro & Jane Leshak, Dec’d, formerly 
of Northampton, PA; the Estate of Pearl Serini, Dec’d, formerly of Newtown, PA; Various Other Bucks Co. & Northampton Co. Estates & Private Consignors to Include:

Country Collectibles, full selection of Glassware & Accessories, Doll House Furniture, 2 Victrolas, Pair of 19th C Portraits of Man & Woman in matching oval gold leaf frames (no signature), 3 black & white RR Lithographs sgd in pencil by Artist G.A. Bradshaw; Collection of 40-50 Oil/Canvas, Oil/Board & W/C Paintings incl: landscapes & portraits sgd by  Baio, Neal Harrow(sic), J. Strauss ’93, L. Tenkin (or L. Teahin), J. Carrol, M. Raffensberger, Gruber, Lennox 1912, George Ivers, Craig Hackett & others (some illegible), Extensive Collection of mostly Lionel w/some American Flyer & Marx O-gauge Trains & Accessories; Collection of Northampton Local Area Folk Art & Nature Sculptures, Nice Collection of Older & Vintage Books incl: Quaker History, literature, poetry, birds, history, etc.-many in w/tooled leather covers & illustrated volumes; Vintage Oak Furniture, Assortment of Jewelry: 18K, 14K & 10K rings (some missing stones), costume groupings of necklaces, older pins, earrings, etc; (5) Pocket Watches (1 key wind w/coin silver case), Unusual Canvas, Wood & Lightweight Steel Folding Canoe (unrestored cond.-approx. 12’ L), (2) sets/paddles, selection of Tools, Household Items, Linens, Stamps, Whirlpool 21.8 cu. ft. side x side Refrigerator/Freezer w/stainless steel doors & ice maker; Whirlpool Dryer, Much More 

NOTE: Although there are detailed listings below for the Trains, Artwork & Books *** Please note that this auction contains a Variety of Other Items .. (just like always) .. Will try to get some "Overview Shots" & Post *** A LARGE Auction with NUMEROUS CATEGORIES ***

Signed & Other Artwork: pair of 19th C oil on canvas portraits man & woman in matching oval gessoed frames, unsigned, both frames w/some damage & loss of gesso, portrait of man has hole & slight tear upper left of picture, 20" x 24", frame 37 1/4" x 31 1/4"; oil on canvas landscape European cottage scene w/country road by a river front w/sail & row boats signed lower right B. Czjmiawski, 24" x 36", frame 32 1/2" x 44 1/2"; oil on canvas landscape scene of young lady & young man playing guitar, restored condition (original canvas laid down on new canvas) 22" x 30"; frame 28" x 30 5/8", signature illegible; 19th C oil on canvas European scene of a country house, an & lady sitting by fire mounted in gold gessoed frame, 18" x 28", frame 24" x 34", signed lower right, Neal Harrow (sic); oil on canvas scene w/7 cats surrounding a gold fish bowl signed lower right L. Tenkin or L. Teahin, restored condition, mounted in Victorian deep frame, 24" x 20 1/4", frame 29 1/4" x 25 1/4"; 19th C oil on canvas scene of a hunter sleeping by a stream signed lover right J.. or ?? Carrol entitled on verso "The Unlucky Hunter", 14" x 16", frame 16 3/4" x 19"; oil on canvas landscape scene of a barn w/2 silos, signed lower right M. Raffensberger, 11" x 14", frame 17" x 20"; oil on board winter landscape scene of country houses, barn & church signed center Gruber (10 3/4" x 17 1/4", frame 15 1/4" x 21 1/2"; framed still life oil on board entitled on verso Siesta by William Lonestar Dietz, 126 1/2" x 20", frame 20 1/2" x 24"; early 20th C oil on canvas landscape painting "The Valley Green Hotel w/man & woman in background Lennox 1912 mounted in fancy gold gessoed frame, clean & restored condition (9" x 12", frame 14 3/4" x 17 3/4"; small oval oil painting on canvas under glass of a young girl w/flowing curly hair, gold frame, unsigned, 14" x 11", frame 16" x 13"; oil on canvas painting-Italian landscape signed F. Ferruzze-unrestored condition; oil on board impressionist autumn landscape scene w/trees, unsigned in Victorian gold gessoed frame, 20 3/4" x 16 1/4", frame 24 1/4" x 20"; framed oil on board landscape country w/bridge signed lower right M 1944, 10" x 14"; (2) oil on canvas musicians both signed Riegel 1966, 24" x 20" & 20" x 16"; framed watercolor landscape scene w/castle style building signed lower left P. Geblen 1913, 17 1/4" x 15"; watercolor landscape scene of an old stone house signed lower right Baio '75, 14 5/8" x 17 1/2", frame 23 3/4" x 26 3/4"; watercolor landscape scene of old house signed lower right J. Strauss '93, personal inscription on verso mounted in gold gessoed frame, 14" x 17 1/2", frame 22" x 25 3/4"; framed watercolor scene of a stone building signed lower right Craig Hackett, 10" x 14", frame 18" x 22"; framed landscape print entitled Autumn Lake Afton signed lower right Michael Budd, 13/15, 13" x 19" , frame 21" x 27"; framed black & white wood cut landscape scene entitled Yardley Pond & Library signed in pencil lower right, George Ivers #79/125, 10 1/2" x 13 1/2", frame 16 3/4" x 20 3/4"; 3 black & white railroad lithographs signed in pencil G.A. Bradshaw: Phila & Reading Station-Trenton NJ "The Gay Nineties, Lover's Lane Crossing "Bel-Del" RR In the Eighties, Coalport, Trenton NJ 1885; framed lithograph entitled Hello Ball Art Carney & Jackie Gleason The Honeymooners pencil signed by artist Linda Koast #1081/5000

Lionel Trains & Accessories: "Yard Chief" 027 gauge train set in box, train set-#249 engine w/Pennsylvania Tender, 9036 Mobil gas tank car, box car, #6047 caboose, #6515 flat car w/2 car loads; #520 trolley; train set-#1110 engine, #6014 box car, #6045 tanker & #9069 caboose; #6414 auto loader car, #3540 radar scanning car, #3469 automatic dump car (2 pcs.), #6510 crane car, #6520 searchlight car, #8111 engine (DT & I), #202 engine (Union Pacific); train set-@252 engine, (2) #529 pullman cars, #530 observation car-in military green; #3509 satellite car in box; train set-#2084 engine, #6462 coal car, #6357 caboose, #6112 gondola, #6014 box car; #3482 automatic ref. milk car, #2755 Sunoco tank car, #6561 cable car, loader w/C&O #9304 car, #7901 cop & hobo car in box, #9157 C&O flatcar w/crane kit in box, lumber loader in box; Tin Cars: (2) #1680 Shell cars, (2) #1679 Baby Ruth box cars, #1682 caboose; New Plastic: numerous cars in original packaging (approx. 25); Accessories: (4) #068 RR signs, (3) automatic gateman #045, pair/#260 bumpers, 027 gauge graduated trestle set in box, type TW transformer in box, type V transformer, type R transformer, #125 whistle station in box3656 stock yard, misc. transformers; Lionel toy die cast cars in original box (made by Ertl), #394 beacon tower

American Flyer train set: #356 silver bullet engine w/tender & 3 cars (605 log carrier, 638 caboose, 642 box car)

Plus: misc. platform display items: billboards, telephone poles, schruber, mix. toy cars, track, lamp posts, some signals, Plasticville items (some in boxes), switches; Other Trains: Marx H2O tower in box

Antique & Vintage Books: The Blue Poetry Book, Andrew Lang illus. by H.J. Ford & Lancelot Speed, 1902; Shakespear's England by William Winter illustrated, 1893; American's War Songs-National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, privately printed 1925; Bleak House by Charles Dickens "Boz" illustrated by H.K. Browne Author's American Edition; Out To Old Aunt Mary's by James Whitcomb Riley, illustrated by Howard Chandler Christy, c. 1904; Highways & Byways written & illustrated by Wm. Hamilton Gibson, 1883; Summerland by Margaret MacDonald Pullman, 1891; Days Serene by Margaret MacDonald Pullman, 1889; Birds of America Editor In Chief T. Gilbert Peason, 1936; Through the Year-Spring, Summer, Autumn & Winter, produced & printed by Ernest Nister of Nuremberg various poets & illustrations; Man's Place IN Nature by Thomas H. Huxley, 1896, authorized edition, illustrated; The Declaration of Independence As Told In Pictures compiled & edited by Robert E. Casey, privately printed; Reed Voices by J.B. Kenyon; 2 volumes-Essays Of Elia by Charles Lamb, 1921, illustrated by Charles E. Brock; Quaker Volume - Hick's Sermons by Elias Hicks published by Joseph & Edward Parker, 1825; Strolls by Starlight and Sunshine written & illustrated by W.H. Gibson, c. 1890; Bridges-A Study In Their Art, Science & Evolution by Charles S. Whitney, MCE, illustrated 1929; Rubaiyat Of Omar Khaygam illustrated by Elihu Vedder, 1894; The Water Babies by Charles Kingsley, illustrated by Linley Sambourne republished 1984, The Forest And The Field by H.A.L. "The Old Shekarry" illustrated 1867, 3 volume leather bound set-Rudyard Kipling's Verse 1919, McClellan's Own Story-The War For The Union by George B. McClellan, 1887, A Boy And A Box by Mrs. Franklee, illustrated 1909; 12 volume set leather bound New Natural History by Richard Lydekker, preface by Joel A. Allen profusely illustrated w/color plates & engravings; WWII Era German book Unser Wag Zum Meer, Hans George V. Altenstadt, Major i.G. Berline 1941; Nuremberg Diary by G.M. Gilbert, Ph.D 1947; Hitler in der Karkatur der Welt Tat/gegen Tinte, Ernst Hanfstaengl; Bambi by Felix Salten, 1929 translated by Whittaker Chambers, illustrated by Kurt Wiese; Whittier With The Children by Margaret Sidney, 1893, illustrated; Boys & Girls From Dickens, illustrated by Joseph Clement Coll, 1912; Hand Book of The Trees of The Northen States And Canada, Romeyn Beck Hough, 1924, illustrated; The Works of Michelangelo, introduction by Fritz Knapp, 1913, 169 illustrations; 6 volume set Poetical Works of William Wadsworth, leather bound, 1837; The Cathedrals of England And Wales by Charles Whibley, B.S., illustrated, 1888; Pigs Is Pigs by Ellis Parker Butler, illustrated by Will Crawford, 1905; Uncle Remus by Joel Chandler Harris, illustrated by A.B. Frost, 1905, rough binding, Hanky Panky edited by W.H. Cremer, Jun. illustrated; MORE

Stamps: Regent Stamp Album (including some older ones), US, Canada, Great Britain, Germany & other countries; album-Bi-Centennial Covers w/Special Postmarks; album-US First Day Covers 1970s; mint stamps-baseball, celebrities, musicians, cartoon characters; plate blocks, loose Foreign stamps.

Furniture: several 19th C. late Sheraton work tables, 4 poster rope/tester bed, Victorian washstand, Victorian child's fall front desk, set of 6 half spindle plank seat chairs; Oak: treadle sewing machine, tall chest of drawers, child's roll top desk; pair/Hepplewhite style mahogany drop leaf lamp tables, Cushman maple drysink, cedar chest & MORE

Country Collectibles, Small Accessories & Other: numerous type character mugs/glasses, 2 vintage lunch boxes, agate pieces, misc. advertising tins & crates, stoneware crocks, woodenware, cast iron fry pans, "art glass" type beverage set, Lenox pcs., several Tonka trucks, MORE; Linens: sequinned top, vintage ladies house robe, embroidered tablecloths, newer handquilted small coverlets, crib quilts, small table top pcs., ladies fur hats, applique hand towels, older quilt (some wear). 

Terms: 13% Buyer’s Premium * Credit Cards Accepted * 3% Discount w/Cash or
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*Plan to Attend *


Robert H. Clinton & Company, Inc.
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