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Auctioneer Charles M. Talbot Associates 207-225-3797
Auction Date Mar 24 Auction
Turner Center Grange Hall
Turner, ME
Time 10:00AM
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Charles M. Talbot Associates Auction

Turner Grange Hall, Turner, ME

Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 10 A.M. 

We would like to welcome you to our upcoming auction to be held on Saturday, March 24th.  This sale will include items from area estates - to be held at the Turner Center Grange Hall, Turner Center, Maine.  Located on Route 117, 3 miles east of the junction of Routes 4 and 117 in Turner Village (follow auction signs.)  A partial listing follows. All items are being sold with No Reserve and still No Buyer’s Premium.  Preview day of sale from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m.

Furniture: Antique: Nice pressed oak ice box; Oak side by side; Old red lift top blanket chest; Vintage rattan set incl. couch, three chairs, coffee table & end table; Tall oak narrow cabinet w/ glass door; Early 5 drawer bureau; Wicker chaise & armchair; Old hardwood dropleaf table; Old red commode; White enameled top kitchen baker’s cabinet; Two over four mahogany bureau; Nice vintage Sheraton style mahogany dining room set incl. table, 6 chairs and china cabinet; Beautiful Queen Anne style pedestal base tea table; Mahogany 60” diameter round coffee table w/ lg. carved claw foot legs; Two fancy oak rocking chairs; Oak swivel desk chair; Oak library table. Modern: Maple double pedestal table w/ 6 arrow back chairs; Maple tall eight drawer bureau and matching double bureau by Conant Ball; Beautiful mahog. Queen Anne style low boy; Maple double bank desk; Iron patio set w/ 4 chairs & glass top table; Iron based Davenport table w/ tile top; Nice ladies’ tufted back wing chair; 4 swivel arrow back stools; Pine roll top desk; Cedar chest; 2 small maple bookcases; Pair of maple Conant Ball night stands; Mahog. butler’s coffee table.

Items of Interest:  Nesbitt’s 1950’s orange soda cooler / dispenser; Old Chippendale mirror; Collection of orig. painted cast iron doorstops; Old red wheelbarrow w/ original white décor. of fruit; Old 4 gallon water cooler w/ blue bands;  Old green lidded box w/ 1825-1830 lettering; Cast iron bookends; 3 interior / exterior statues of Grecian goddesses; Three part Depression era mirror; Snowshoes; Old painted swordfish sword; Child’s play table in old salmon paint; Art Deco table lamp, signed. Philco floor model radio record player; Mortar & pestle; New Haven dome top mantle clock; Wooden advertising boxes; Kitchen gadgets; 3 sets ice tongs; Cast iron pots; Old cutlery box; John Deere wooden bench Farm implement seat; Copper kettle w/ tilt handle; Lift top box in brass relief; Multi-component stereo NAD receiver & Ariston record player; 2 DJs record players (beat mixing) w/ Numark mixing board; Pair of vintage oars; Large lot of Princess Diana memorabilia; Pair of cast metal fancy twin headboards – would make a great fence gate; Card table w/ hand painted birds; Early lift top storage box w/ snipe hinges; 2 toy train sets & vintage metal cars; Lg. selection of signed ironware; Old lamp / lantern lighter, 6’ long; Cork waste paper basket; Lg. lot of scuba gear; Handled basket w/ tin liner.

Textiles:  10 Semi-antique Oriental scatter rugs; 2 room sized American carpets.

Glass, China & Pottery: Majolica teapot w/ cobalt body & monkey handle; Red Wing pottery turkey platter & mugs; 3 cut glass serving bowls & 2 nice decanters; Cobalt glass pitcher & vases; Set of EAPG Westward Ho goblets; Johann Haviland Bavarian dinnerware with silver edge; Fostoria American goblets; Pfaltzgraff  “Yorktowne” brown & tan dinnerware set; Beleek vase w/ blue flower; Lenox gold banded vases & dishes; EAPG celery, bread plate w/ last supper & various goblets; Nice selection of porcelain teapots; Vintage wise owl cookie jar; Bone china cup & saucers; Nice selection of stemware.

Postcards, Books & Sheet Music: 5 albums of postcards & one lg. album of advertising, trade cards & greeting cards; Over 250 volumes in a variety of  subjects and titles(see photos on our website); Huge box of wonderful sheet music.

Artwork & Prints:  Oil on board seascape sg. L.B. Burbank; OOC moonscape over ocean sg. M. Lohey; OOB fisherman coming ashore, init.. L.M.P.; 1940 “Along the Shore – Lake Superior” by Leo Cashmall; OOB country scene by Gerry Von Trier (Maine); Watercolor of irises, init.. M.B.S.; W/c of dory in moonlight sg. T. Santoro, ’65; Hand colored photo “The Turn by the Barway” by Wallace Nutting; 1823 lithograph “Grace Darling” by J. Latham & Co.; OOC of lake drive by Gail Belanger;  Hand tinted “Cries of London” print after F. Wheatley; Photograph of Princess Elizabeth & Princess Margaret Rose; Print of tugboat by Joseph Cousins; Hand colored engraving of Paris vendors by Victor Valery; Photograph “Tracks of Time” by Belfast photographer Neal Parent.

No Buyer’s Premium:  Listing subject to error, all items sold as is, book bids accepted, catered by Turner Grange. Terms: cash or check with proper ID, Dealers:  please bring a current copy of your seller’s certificate. This is a partial listing, visit us at for pictures and more complete listing.


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