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MY STEP DAD HAS BEEN GOING TO AUCTIONS FOR OVER 80 YEARS AND HAS A CHERRY CHEST VERY SIMILAR TO THIS ONE. HE STATED THIS IS THE BEST CHERRY CHEST HE HAS EVER SEEN. POSSIBLY THE STAR OF THIS AUCTION AS FAR AS FURNITURE GOES, ALONG WITH THE BLANKET CHEST. SOLID CHERRY CHEST OF DRAWERS. CIRCA 1830. 43W 51T 21D. FANTASTIC CONDITION FOR IT'S AGE!
2.SOLID CHERRY BLANKET CHEST. DURING THE 1980'S THE FAMILY WENT ON AN ANTIQUE BUYING SPREE. THIS IS ONE OF THOSE PIECES. BELIEVED TO BE LATE 1800'S THIS PIECE IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. 31W 21T 18D.
3.2 VERY NICE MIRRORS WITH A VERY NICE FRAME ON THE SMALLER MIRROR. THE CABINET WITH THE SHUTTER LIKE DOORS IS 13X13X6 AND THE SHELF IS 17T 14W 10D. THE MIRRORS ARE 46X15 AND 32X22.
4.WE BELIEVE THIS 3 TIER PIECE IS ALL WALNUT. AS YOU CAN SEE IT HAS BEAUTIFUL INLAID WOOD ON EACH LEVEL. WOULD LOOK MAGNIFICENT CLEANED AND POLISHED. COULD BE USED AS A DECORATIVE PIECE OR TO DISPLAY YOUR ANTIQUES. 37T 12W AND EACH SHELF IS 10" DIAMETER.
5.THIS WALNUT BEDSIDE TABLE/STAND IS NEAR PERFECT. BEAUTIFUL TURNED LEGS, IT STANDS 29T 20W 19D.
6.THIS GORGEOUS MAPLE OR PINE CHEST IS AN UNUSUAL SIZE IN MY OPINION. KIND OF NARROW AT 24"W. IT IS 48T X 18D. NOTICE THE DOVETAIL WORK ON THE DRAWERS!
7.ONE OF THE BEST PIECES IN THE AUCTION AS FAR AS ANTIQUE FURNITURE. JUST MY OPINION. WITH MIRROR THIS BURL WALNUT DRESSER STANDS 6' TALL. IT IS 40W X 20D. NOTICE THE BEAUTIFUL DARKER BURL PIECES! I JUST CAN'T TELL IF THESE PIECES WERE CARVED INTO THE DRAWERS OR ADDED ON AS PANELS. WE BELIEVE THIS PIECE TO BE FROM THE VICTORIAN ERA. BRING TOOLS TO REMOVE THE MIRROR. LOOKS LIKE YOU WILL NEED A LARGE SLOTTED SCREWDRIVER AND MAYBE SOMETHING TO PULL NAILS.
8.ANOTHER FANTASTIC WALNUT PIECE! THIS DOUBLE DROP-LEAF STAND IS NEAR MINT. THE TURNED LEGS ARE VERY SLENDER. 40W WITH LEAVES OPEN 19W WITHOUT. 29T X 17D.
9.WE BELIEVE THIS DISPLAY STAND IS WALNUT. NOTICE THE VERY THIN/DELICATE LEGS. THERE IS A SMALL CRACK IN THE BACK GLASS PANEL IN THE UPPER LEFT. NOT NOTICEABLE UNLESS YOU ARE ALL THE WAY DOWN TO THE LEVEL OF THE STAND. I DID NOT GET THE MEASUREMENTS.
10.2 PIECES IN THE BATHROOM. BOTH ARE IN GOOD CONDITION. BOTH PIECES ARE ON WHEELS.
11.EITHER MAPLE OR PINE JUST NOT SURE. THIS DRESSER TOP GENTLEMAN'S SHAVING STAND WITH SWIVEL MIRROR IS IN GOOD CONDITION.
12.AND NOW THE 2 PIECE, FLATTOP HIGHBOY. FROM THE FRONT THIS PIECE LOOKS TO BE IMMACULATE. QUEEN ANNE DESIGN AND BELIEVED TO BE MAPLE. IT STANDS 6' TALL, 39"W AND 19" DEEP. I CRAWLED UNDERNEATH AND USING A FLASHLIGHT LOOKED VERY CLOSELY AT THE LEGS. I SEE NO DAMAGE OR SIGN OF REPAIR. THERE ARE SOME ISSUES ON THE SIDES. I GOT A PHOTO OF THE ONE SIDE THAT WAS OPEN TO ME AND IT LOOKS LIKE WE HAVE A CRACK. THERE MAY BE ISSUES ON THE OTHER SIDE BUT I WAS LOATHE TO TRY AND MOVE THIS PIECE BY MYSELF. I DID TRY TO GET SOME PICTURES. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND A PREVIEW!! DEFINITELY WORTH THE $200 STARTING BID. BEYOND THAT YOU WILL HAVE TO BE THE JUDGE. I WAS TOLD AN IDENTICAL HIGHBOY RECENTLY SOLD FOR $1195 ON EBAY (no cracks).
13.ALL BAMBOO BABY! SORRY, COULDN'T RESIST SAYING THAT. WE HAVE THE RECEIPT FROM PURCHASE AT AN ANTIQUE STORE IN 1987 FOR THE STAND. ALL 3 PIECES ARE BAMBOO AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION ALTHOUGH THE MAGAZINE RACK IS VERY FRAGILE. STAND IS 41X18X12; STOOL IS 18X12.
14.ONE OF THE OLDEST DATED PIECES IN THE AUCTION IS THIS CANDLE STAND/TABLE. THERE IS A PIECE OF MASKING TAPE THE OWNERS PUT ON IT WHEN PURCHASED BACK IN THE 70'S. WHILE FADED IT READS 1770-1790. WE BELIEVE IT AND THE SMALL TABLE TO BE MAPLE. THE CANDLE STAND/TABLE IS 19X14X26" TALL. THE OTHER TABLE WHICH IS VERY NICE IN IT'S OWN RIGHT (STAINS ON THE TOP), IS 18X13 AND 24" TALL.
15.MODERN BOOKCASE 6' TALL 28X12.
16.COUCH IS VERY COMFORTABLE AND STILL PRETTY FIRM. I AM OVER 200LBS AND SINK DOWN VERY SLIGHTLY. HAS A SLIGHT CURVED DESIGN. LITTLE OVER 7' LONG. COUCH IS PRETTY HEAVY!!
17.VERY NICE PINE WALL/CHINA CABINET. NO DAMAGE THAT I COULD FIND. 6' TALL 38X11.
18.WE BELIEVE THIS PEDESTAL TABLE TO BE OAK. COMES WITH TWO LEAVES AND THE CHAIR SHOWN AS WELL AS THE LAZY SUSAN ON TOP. NO DAMAGE OR REPAIRS FOUND. AS SHOWN THE TABLE IS 42" IN DIAMETER. EACH LEAF IS ABOUT 10" WIDE. EXCELLENT CONDITION.
19.NICE SOLID WOOD FILE CABINET AND ALL THE SUPPLIES SHOWN.
20.THIS NAVY BLUE LOVE SEAT IS STILL USABLE. NICE FOR A GAME ROOM, DORM ROOM, ETC. I DID SINK DOWN WHEN SITTING ON THIS.
21.WE FOUND THESE 4 BED POSTS WHILE CLEANING OUT THE HOUSE. THEY DO NOT GO TO ANY BED THE OWNERS CURRENTLY POSSESS. THE STEMS ARE BROKE ON 2 OF THEM.
22.VERY CLEAN AND UNDAMAGED IS THIS MODERN BOOKCASE. EACH GLASS PANEL LIFTS UP AND SLIDES BACK. ALL ONE PIECE.
23.HAD A SLIGHT DISAGREEMENT ABOUT THIS SECRETARY. I BELIEVE IT TO BE CHERRY BUT ANOTHER PERSON SAYS OAK. ONE PIECE. NOT SURE WHY THE WOOD INSIDE IS A LOT MORE RED THEN THE OTHER. AND I MEAN A LOT MORE! WHEN THE FRONT IS OPEN THERE IS A SLIGHT ANGLE FOR WRITING. IN OTHER WORDS IT DOESN'T COME OPEN PERFECTLY FLAT. THERE ARE SOME SIGNS OF USE THAT I TRIED TO SHOW IN MY PHOTOS. DEFINITELY WORTH A PREVIEW. AND YES, BIDDING STARTS AT ONE DOLLAR! (WON'T STAY THERE LONG THOUGH!)
24.WHAT A FANTASTIC PIECE! THIS PIE SAFE WITH THE 6 STAR AND CIRCLE TIN PANELS IS SOLID. THERE ARE NO TIN PANELS ON THE SIDES. BELIEVED TO BE CHERRY BUT NOT 100% SURE. THIS IS SITTING IN A CLOSET AND WILL TAKE AT LEAST 2 STRONG INDIVIDUALS TO MOVE. THE RECEIPT SHOWS WHAT THE OWNERS PAID BACK IN THE 80'S AT AN ANTIQUE STORE IN TALLULA IL.
25.MISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE IN THE GARAGE. VERY NICE MAPLE QUILT RACK! THE OTHER PIECE MIGHT BE A CLOTHES HAMPER. AND THE SOLID WOOD WALL HANGING SHELF UNIT.
26.A VERY NICE VINTAGE ROCKER THAT WILL NEED SOME REPAIR. ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS LOT IS A SWIVEL PAD FOR A CAR SEAT, AND A SHEEPSKIN CAR SEAT COVER. AT LEAST THAT IS WHAT WE THINK IT IS. IT WAS HANGING IN A CLOSET COVERED IN PLASTIC.
27.OUTDOOR PATIO FURNITURE AND OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN. SOME PIECES IN THE GARAGE AND SOME OF THE FRONT PORCH. IF YOU ARE THE WINNING BIDDER MAKE SURE YOU GET ALL THE PIECES!
28.THE ANTIQUE DINING OR SITTING CHAIR HAS BEEN REUPHOLSTERED AND LOOKS FANTASTIC. NICE BURL WOOD!! AND LOOK AT THOSE LEGS!! HAS WHEELS ON THE FRONT LEGS WITH NO INDICATION THE SAME HAS EVER BEEN ON THE BACK. VERY UNUSUAL. ALAS THERE IS ONLY ONE. THE PINE STOOL IS IN GOOD CONDITION.
29.VERY NICE ANTIQUE LIGHT. ART DECO LOOK. UNUSUAL GLASS SHADE WITH LAYERED OR BEEHIVE LOOK. SOME FINISH ISSUES ON THE METAL PART. NOT SURE WHAT KIND OF METAL THIS IS. MARKED APT-N.Y.
30.ALL OF THESE ARE NIGHTLIGHTS. NO IDENTIFYING MARKS THAT I COULD FIND. VERY NICE STAINED GLASS PANELS WITH A DIFFERENT WIRE FACE ON THE ONE LIGHT. DOG HAS A SPANIEL, STAFFORDSHIRE LOOK, IS PORCELAIN AND THE LAST PIECE IS TIN.
31.2 LIGHTS/LAMPS IN THIS LOT. ANOTHER LARGER WHITE PORCELAIN DOG POSSIBLY STAFFORSHIRE, AND A VERY NICE CRYSTAL LAMP.
32.2 POTTERY LAMPS. ONE APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN A CROCK THAT HAS BEEN TURNED INTO A LAMP. THE OTHER WITH THE BIRD DESIGN HAS A METAL BASE. NOT SURE IF IT IS BRASS OR NOT. DID NOT HAVE MY MAGNET HANDY. THERE BE MAKERS NAMES UNDER THE GREEN FELT ON THE BOTTOM.
33.VERY NICE BRASS LAMP AND A HIGHLY DETAILED LAMP MARKED HAND MADE IN ITALY. FLORENTINE WITH A NAME OF MURRAY FEIS.
34.I FORGOT TO PUT MY MEASURING STICK ON THIS LAMP. APPEARS TO STAND ABOUT 25" TALL THIS LAMP APPEARS TO BE VERY OLD. THE SHADE IS IN FAIR CONDITION AND COULD BE ORIGINAL. THE LAMP IS A NON-MAGNETIC METAL. WHERE IT IS WORN I CAN SEE A SHINY METAL UNDERNEATH. COULD IT BE SILVER, CHROME PLATE, OR BRONZE MAYBE? LAMP IS VERY HEAVY. CONQUISTADOR DESIGN. HAS BEEN REWIRED.
35.THESE LAMPS ARE BOTH NON-MAGNETIC. ONE LOOKS LIKE POLISHED BRASS AND THE OTHER MAYBE PEWTER?
36.FANTASTIC GINGER JAR LAMP! NO DAMAGE THAT I HAVE FOUND. THIS LAMP WILL NEED A SHADE. WE COULD NOT FIND ONE THAT FIT. A VERY NICE GLAZED PORCELAIN FINISH. STAND ABOUT 31" AS IS. HIGHLY DETAILED WITH GOLD COLOR INLAY AS WELL AS A LOT OF ROYAL BLUE.
37.ONCE AGAIN NO ID MARKS BUT THEY COULD BE UNDER THE FELT ON THE BOTTOM. A BEAUTIFUL LIGHT BLUE PORCELAIN WITH THE FINIAL. RAISED WHITE FLOWER DESIGN COULD POSSIBLY BE JASPERWARE? POSSIBLY LENOX AS THE MAKER?
38.GAUDY DESIGN PORCELAIN LAMPS. BOTH LAMPS HAVE A SUGAR JAR LOOK TO THEM. NEWER CORDS. DON'T GET ME WRONG, THESE ARE BOTH ANTIQUE PIECES. I BELIEVE BOTH PIECES TO BE ORIGINAL AND NOT CONVERSIONS. BOTH ARE GORGEOUS AND UNDAMAGED! DEFINITELY WORTH A PREVIEW!!
39.AN ABSOLUTELY STUNNING RAYO BRASS HURRICANE STYLE LAMP. POSSIBLY CONVERTED FROM AN OIL. I DID NOT UNWRAP THE CHIMNEY. YOU CAN SEE IT IN THE FOAM WRAPPING IN THE BACKGROUND OF THE THIRD PHOTO. THE WHITE MILK GLASS SHADE WE BELIEVE TO BE ORIGINAL. WE ADDED THE ROYAL BLUE SHADE BECAUSE IT FIT THE BRASS FRAME ALBEIT A BIT SHORTER THEN THE WHITE ONE. THE RAYO OIL SCREW ON LID HAS BEEN WELDED TO THE FRAME OF THE LAMP.
40.THE LAMP WITH THE RUBY RED GLASS INSERT SEPARATING THE METAL PARTS IS STUNNING. MARBLE BASE, METAL, AND GLASS. NOT SURE WHAT THE METAL IS. I WILL HAVE TO GO BACK AND DOUBLE CHECK THE MAGNETIC QUALITY. THE NAME TIFFANY WAS MENTIONED BUT THERE IS NO WAY TO VERIFY THIS. THE OTHER LAMP HAS THE LARGE HEAVY WOOD BASE TO HELP IT BALANCE. UNUSUAL ALSO.
41.THIS LOT HAS ALL THE LEFTOVER SHADES THAT WE FOUND PACKED AWAY AS WELL AS THE WOOD SCONCE WALL HANGING LIGHT. THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE THE WOOD IS CHERRY BUT NOT 100% SURE. MOST OF THE SHADES ARE SHORTER. WE ARE SURE THAT THE SCONCE SHADE IS HERE.
42.VERY NICE WROUGHT IRON LAMP INCLUDES OTHER WROUGHT IRON PIECES. AS YOU CAN SEE THE SHADE IS SIGNED AND POSSIBLY HAND PAINTED. WE ALSO HAVE A NEW WITH TAG WROUGHT IRON CANDLE HOLDER. THE TAG READS BLACKSMITH. THE OTHER PIECE WOULD HANG ON A WALL. SOME KIND OF SHELF UNIT?
43.VERY NICE BRASS SWIVEL ARM FLOOR LAMP WITH MILK GLASS COVER AND SHADE. I SUPPOSE THE LAMP COULD BE USED WITH OR WITHOUT THE FABRIC SHADE. AT ANY RATE THE FABRIC SHADE HAS STAINS.
44.THIS ALL BRASS FLOOR LAMP IS FANTASTIC. VERY ORNATE DECORATIONS ON THE BASE AND THE PIECE JUST UNDER THE BRIDGE ARM.
45.I USED THE DAYLIGHT 24 LIGHT FOR MANY OF MY PHOTOS. GREAT LITTLE TABLE OR SEWING LIGHT. THE REALLY COOL ERICOFON IS UNTESTED. THE PHONES HAD BEEN TURNED OFF AT THE PROPERTY.
46.THE DETAIL ON THE CERAMIC SANTA IS AMAZING. AND WHAT IS EVEN MORE AMAZING IS THAT IT IS UNDAMAGED! NOT SURE WHAT THE GOLD COLORED STAIN IS OR IF IT WILL COME OFF. THIS MIGHT BE CLASSIFIED AS A PLANTER BUT I DON'T THINK I WOULD USE IT LIKE THAT. I BELIEVE THE TRIM IS CALLED SPAGHETTI TRIM.
47.THE 3 LARGER NATIVITY PIECES ARE ALL TAGGED MADE IN ITALY AND ARE CERAMIC. THE MINIATURE DOLLHOUSE SIZED PIECES ARE PLASTIC. BABY JESUS IS CERAMIC BUT NO LABEL.
48.ALL PIECES ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. YOU CAN SEE THE PINE TREE PLATE HAS 22 KT. GOLD FILIGREE. THE STAINED GLASS PIECE WOULD LOOK NICE IN A WINDOW. AND THE SNOWBABIES PIECE IS NEAR MINT.
49.NOW WE GET INTO THE HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE WALNUT RIDGE PIECES. BUT FIRST WE HAVE THE WOOD SANTA WHICH WAS WRAPPED IN THE GREEN PAPER. WE BELIEVE "RHOMA" WAS THE NAME OF A FRIEND MAYBE? ONE WALNUT RIDGE SANTA IS FROM 1992 AND THE OTHER 1993. I BELIEVE THE MATERIAL THESE ARE MADE OUT OF IS CALLED CHAULKWARE OR SOMETIMES SPELLED CHALKWARE.
50.2 MORE WALNUT RIDGE COLLECTIBLES. AS YOU CAN SEE ONE IS AN ORNAMENT. ORNAMENT IS 1990 AND THE BLUE SANTA IS 1994.
51.ANOTHER LARGE (8") SANTA AND ANOTHER ORNAMENT. 1994 AND 1990. WALNUT RIDGE COLLECTIBLES AND PRIMITIVES.
52.2 WALNUT RIDGE SNOWMEN. 1996 AND 1999. PERFECT CONDITION.
53.THE ANGEL IS AN ACTUAL BELL AND STILL HAS THE TAG. THE SANTA IN THE SLEIGH IS DATED 1995, NUMBERED AND SIGNED. IT HAS ALSO BEEN PERSONALIZED ALONG THE BOTTOM.
54.A VERY NICE COLLECTION OF CHRISTMAS ITEMS INCLUDING THE LAST WALNUT RIDGE PIECE. THE GOLD TINTED MUSICAL ANGEL WITH PULL CORD DOES WORK. THE LAST PHOTO SHOWS WHAT THE BACK SAYS. WE ALSO HAVE THE HALLMARK SNOWMEN ORNAMENTS AND OTHER PIECES AS SHOWN.
55.STUNNING ROYAL DOULTON SANTA MUG FROM 1981. NO DAMAGE.
56.THE LAST OF THE CHRISTMAS DECOR INCLUDES VINTAGE ORNAMENTS, GLASS HUMMINGBIRD, LIKE NEW INDOOR/OUTDOOR BOWS, A GORGEOUS TREE SKIRT, CANDLES, AND OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.
57.Excalibur RD50 Classic Music Player, 4-in-1, Plays vinyl records, Cassette tapes, CD’s and AM and FM radio, Elegant cherry wood finish. THE FR300 AMERICAN RED CROSS RADIO BY ETON IS UNTESTED BUT LOOKS NEW. CAN BE POWERED BY CRANK, BATTERIES, RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES, OR CORD. UNFORTUNATELY THE CORD FOR RECHARGING AND AC IS MISSING.
58.LASKO TOWER FAN MODEL 2530 DOES POWER ON. COMES WITH REMOTE. I BELIEVE THIS IS JUST A FAN. NOT A HEATER.
59.OWNER HAS STATED THAT THE TV WAS WORKING PERFECTLY. I DO NOT SEE MENTION OF THIS BEING A SMART TV. COMES WITH ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPERWORK. 47" LCD HDTV 120HZ WITH PLENTY OF CONNECTIVITY.
60.TOSHIBA DVD/VCR COMBO. SEE PHOTO FOR MODEL NUMBER AND OTHER INFO.
61.NICE COLLECTION OF COOKWARE. PICTURES SHOW BRAND NAMES INCLUDED.
62.WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF ALUMINUM CLAD STAINLESS STEEL FABERWARE.
63.COLLECTION OF MIXING BOWLS FROM DIFFERENT COMPANIES.
64.LARGE COLLECTION OF BUNDT CAKE PANS AND MOLDS. ALSO A NICE ASSORTMENT OF PLACEMATS. GARAGE.
65.COLLECTION OF GLASSWARE IN CABINET ABOVE THE SINK. THERE IS A LOT OF PACKING MATERIAL ON THE PREMISES BUT WHEN IT'S GONE THAT'S IT!
66.FIRE KING, ANCHOR HOCKING, AND MORE. THE CLEAR PLATES IN THE WHITE PADDED CONTAINER ARE UNMARKED.
67.FANTASTIC ALL HEISEY COLLECTION OF GLASSWARE. I BELIEVE ALL OF IT IS MARKED WITH THE DIAMOND H.
68.THIS IS AN ALL PYREX GLASS COLLECTION. TO NUMEROUS TO DESCRIBE EACH INDIVIDUAL PIECE.
69.BEAUTIFUL CUT GLASS COLLECTION AND RING HOLDERS. MO ID MARKS.
70.WE BELIEVE THE 5 CHAMPAGNES ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE FIRST PHOTO ARE WATERFORD. THERE ARE MORE WATERFORD PIECES COMING UP LATER AND THEY HAVE THIS SAME LOOK TO THEM. WE CANNOT VERIFY THIS, IT IS JUST OUR OPINION.
71.HERE IS THE FIRST VERIFIED WATERFORD VASE. IT UNFORTUNATELY HAS A FEW FLEABITES ALONG THE EDGE.
72.2 VERY NICE VINTAGE MEASURING GLASSES ADVERTISING FRIGIDAIRE (GENERAL MOTORS) AND BIG BEAR. NOT SURE WHAT TO CALL THE SMALLER GLASSES. PERHAPS SHOT GLASSES? ANYWAY THERE ARE 12 OF THEM.
73.4 PIECES OF UNMARKED GLASS INCLUDING 2 PITCHERS AND 2 HAND PAINTED ART GLASSES. THE HANDLE OF THE PLAINER PITCHER IS ROUGH.
74.VINTAGE BOTTLES INCLUDING BALL JAR, MEDICINE (BOTH LARGE AND SMALL), AND GREEN REFRIGERATOR WATER/JUICE BOTTLE WITH UNRECOGNIZABLE MARK. IF YOU CAN'T QUITE MAKE IT OUT THE WORD OIN THE LARGER BOTTLE IS BRANDRIFFS, PIQUA OHIO, AND ON THE OTHER SIDE SAYS VEGETABLE ANTIDOTE FOR AGUE.
75.VERY ELEGANT EMERALD GREEN DECANTER SET WITH FLORAL DESIGN SILVER OVERLAY. BELIEVED TO BE BISCHOFF GLASS.
76.THE PITCHER IS VERIFIED WATERFORD WITH THE ORIGINAL BOX. NO DAMAGE. THE GLASS FLOWER IS PERFECT.
77.3 OF THE MOTHER WEST WIND STORIES. ALL IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. WHEN-1917; NEIGHBORS-1913, 1941; WHY-1915.
78.THE MAGAZINE IS IN FAIR CONDITION AND THE GATLINBURG BOOKLET IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION. GREAT PICTURES IN THE MAGAZINE AND THE ARTICLES, FROM WHAT I READ, ARE FULL OF HISTORY.
79.BOTH OF THESE PUBLICATIONS ARE IN NEAR MINT CONDITION. THE GODIVAS WAS WRAPPED IN PLASTIC. BOTH BOOKS ARE REPRINTS FROM THE 1980'S. THE GODIVAS BOOK IS THE FIRST PRINTING OF THE REISSUE. YOU ARE LOOKING AT THE DJ COVERING THE GODIVAS BOOK. LIKE I SAID NEAR MINT CONDITION.
80.AUTOGRAPHED PAPERBACK COPY OF "YOU ARE SPECIAL" BY FRED ROGERS.
81.LOOSE SPINE IS ABOUT ALL THAT IS WRONG WITH THIS MAGNIFICENT FIRST EDITION OF THE YEARLING BY MARJORIE KENNAN RAWLINGS. THERE IS THE STICKER WITH THE PREVIOUS OWNERS NAME.
82.NICE COLLECTION OF ENTERTAINMENT THEMED PUBLICATIONS. COPYRIGHT OF 1965 IS FOR THE ACADEMY AWARDS BOOK.
83.EXCELLENT COLLECTION OF BOOKS BY FAMOUS WRITERS AND PEOPLE. LISTEN THE WIND IS 1938. ORIENT IS 1935. THE PRATT BOOK IS 1951 (REPRINT). THE RED CHILDREN BOOK HAS ONE OF THE FIRST BLANK PAGES TORN OUT.
84.LARGE COLLECTION OF BOOKS BY GENE STRATTON-PORTER. SONG OF THE CARDINAL IS 1903. BIRDS OF THE BIBLE IS 1909. MUSIC OF THE WILD IS 1911. IT APPEARS ALL ARE FIRST EDITIONS. SOME ARE NEAR MINT OTHERS ARE FAIR.
85.VINTAGE MAGAZINE BACK ISSUES WITH THE HARPER'S PROBABLY BEING THE MOST VALUABLE. GOOD-FAIR CONDITION.
86.VINTAGE/ANTIQUE WITH SOME NEWER CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULT BOOKS. PLATT COPYRIGHT IS FOR OLD TESTAMENT. 1954 IS THE JESUS BOOK. FAIRY TALES IS 1954. SOME GOOD CONDITION, OTHERS FAIR-POOR. SOME ARE JUST PARTIALS.
87.NICE COLLECTION OF BOOKS AND ONE ENGRAVED PRINT OF CHRISTS CHURCH IN BOSTON. THE DOGS APPEAR TO BE 1955 BUT THEN IT SAYS FIRST PRINTING. THE OTHER THURBER IS 1945 (REPRINT). 101 FAMOUS POEMS IS 1958. THE FINN BOOK IS 1981.
88.VINTAGE CHILDREN'S AND YOUNG ADULT BOOKS. THE FIRST READER IS MISSING BACK COVER. OTHER COPYRIGHT'S AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.
89.WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF BIRD GUIDES AND BOOKS!! THE LARGE BIRDS OF AMERICA IS 1936. BIRDS OF N.A. WITH THE BLUEBIRDS IS 1966. BIRD BIO. IS 1934. AND THE FIELD GUIDE IN THE BOTTOM LEFT CORNER OF PHOTO 1 IS 1947.
90.NICE COLLECTION OF NOVELS AND REFERENCE BOOKS. THE ROLLS BOOK IS NEAR MINT WITH GREAT PICTURES AND A HISTORICAL LOOK AT THE CARS (1971). THE HYMNAL IS IN FAIR-POOR CONDITION.
91.ONE CROSSWORD PUZZLE BOOK IS NEW, THE OTHER HAS ONLY HAD A FEW COMPLETED. OTHER BOOKS AS PICTURED. COPYRIGHTS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.
92.FANTASTIC COLLECTION OF COMEDY THEMED BOOKS INCLUDING COMIC BOOKS. THE NEW YORKER BOOK IS HUGE AND THE 2 CD'S ARE PRESENT. CALVIN AND HOOBES WAS ALWAYS ONE OF MY FAVORITES. BOTH OF THESE ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. FOR MORE INFO COME TO A PREVIEW!
93.BOTH NEWER AND VINTAGE GARDENING BOOKS. MOST IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.
94.OGDEN NASH BOOK IS 1952, FIRST PRINTING. OTHER BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS AS SHOWN.
95.OUR FIRST OF 3 LOTS OF COOKBOOKS. THESE ARE ALL VINTAGE AND EXCEPT FOR ONE OF THE JOY BOOKS ARE IN GREAT CONDITION.
96.A TRAVEL THEMED COLLECTION OF BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, AND GUIDES.
97.OUR SECOND COLLECTION OF COOKBOOKS IS A COMBINATION OF VINTAGE AND NEWER. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING WITH GREEN LETTERS IS THE 1933 COPYRIGHT. THE OTHER IS 1922 AND IS IN FAIR-POOR CONDITION. OTHER BOOKS ARE IN VERY GOOD-FAIR CONDITION.
98.OUR LAST COOKBOOK LOT IS MOSTLY NEWER WITH A FEW VINTAGE PUBLICATIONS AND WITH 3 FOLDERS FULL OF THE COOKING LIGHT MAGAZINES.
99.ATLAS'S AND OLDER DICTIONARIES.
100.THIS COLLECTION IS ALL OHIO WITH A LOT OF VAN WERT.
101.THESE RAG OR CLOTH BOOKS ARE ALL IN FAIR-GOOD CONDITION. BOTH COPIES OF HIMSELF HAS A FEW STAINS/DIRT. I CANNOT FIND A DATE ON THE MORE COLORFUL BOOKS.
102.THESE BOOKS MAY BE IN POOR CONDITION BUT THEY ARE VERY COOL! BOTH ARE POP-UP BOOKS. SOME OF THE POP-UPS ARE GOOD AND SOME ARE POOR. THE RUDOLPH COVER IS COMPLETE DETACHED.
103.HEIDI IS IN GREAT CONDITION AND POSSIBLY A FIRST EDITION. THE POOH BOOK HAS BEEN SCRIBBLED IN BUT OTHERWISE IS IN GOOD CONDITION.
104.THE JOAN RIVERS PIECE IS AN ORIGINAL OIL. THE OTHER 2 ARE PRINTS (SIGNED). AS YOU CAN SEE THE FLORIDA FRENZY IS THE #1 PRINT. RIVERS 30X25; EGRET 30X22; FRENZY 18X20.
105.NOT SURE IF THE SIGNATURE IS MACHINE GENERATED OR NOT. MOSS PRINT FROM 1987. 25X16.
106.BOTH OF THESE VINTAGE PRINTS/ENGRAVINGS HAVE THE NAMES OF ANGELICA KAUFFMAN (KAUFMAN?), AND BARTOLOZZI. FRAMES ARE IN DECENT CONDITION.
107.NICE HORSE PRINT SIGNED JIM ABEITA AND AN EARLY PRINT NUMBER.
108.NOT EXACTLY SURE WHAT I HAVE HERE. THESE ARE PRINTS/ENGRAVINGS ON WOOD. BEAUTIFUL GOLD TRIM ALL AROUND THE EDGE OF THE FRAMES. THE BACK OF EACH PIECE HAS THE FRATELLI ALINARI NAME. ONLY ONE PIECE HAS THE 1778 NUMBER. STUDY THEM CLOSELY TO SEE ALL THE DETAIL!!
109.ALL SILHOUETTE STYLE PIECES. WE THINK ONE SET OF THE SILHOUETTE PORTRAITS ARE OF JOHN ADAMS AND WIFE. THE OTHER LADY IS WE BELIEVE MARTHA WASHINGTON. I HAVE SEEN THESE CALLED REVERSE PAINTED? A FEW OF THE PIECES ARE SIGNED BUT I CANNOT MAKE OUT THE NAME(S).
110.2 COLORIZED ORIGINAL DRAWINGS OF WILLIAMSBURG SIGNED BY CAROLINE VAN H. BEAN. WE DO NOT BELIEVE THESE ARE "PRINTS". WE BELIEVE THEY ARE ORIGINAL HAND DRAWN AND COLORED WORKS OF ART.
111.THE ART PIECE TO THE FAR LEFT IN PHOTO #1 IS AN ORIGINAL OIL WITH GOLD FRAME. ON THE BACK IS THE WORD DYCE. NOT SURE IF THIS IS THE ARTIST OR NOT. THE ACTUAL SIGNATURE MAY BE UNDER THE FRAME. NO DATE WAS FOUND ON THE BILLINGSGATE AND BANKSIDE PIECES. I BELIEVE THESE ARE ENGRAVINGS. I HAVE SEEN A COLORIZED VERSION OF THE BILLINGSGATE AND IT WAS STATED THAT IT WAS PUBLISHED 1830.
112.ARE THESE ENGRAVINGS, PRINTS, LITHOGRAPHS?? ARE ALL HAND SIGNED AND NUMBERED BY THEIR RESPECTIVE ARTIST. EITHER CHARLES MONDIN OR FRANK WILLS. EACH PIECE HAS A TITLE. FOR MORE INFORMATION SCHEDULE OR COME TO A PREVIEW.
113.WE BELIEVE MOST OF THE SIGNATURES FOR THESE PIECES CAN BE FOUND UNDER THE FRAMES/MATTINGS. THE ONLY PIECE WHERE WE CAN SEE THE ARTIST IS THE FENCE PIECE. NOTICE THE FRAMES!!!
114.COLLECTION OF FRAMES.
115.THE 2 PIECES TO THE FAR LEFT IN PHOTO #1 ARE ORIGINAL OIL'S. I JUST CANNOT MAKE OUT THAT NAME. OTHER PIECES AS SHOWN. FRAMES ARE GOOD.
116.3 PRINTS FROM CHILDRESS OF FAMOUS OHIO STATE LANDMARKS. VERY NICE FRAMES.
117.UPPER LEFT PIECE IS SIGNED CORBETT. LOWER RIGHT PIECE IS AN ADVERTISING PIECE WITH THERMOMETER. I CAN FIND NO ARTIST SIGNATURE ON THE LARGE PIECE.
118.THESE PIECES ARE ALL ATTRIBUTED TO ANDREW WYETH. ONCE AGAIN NOT SURE WHAT TO CALL THEM; PRINTS, ENGRAVINGS, LITHOS, ETC. AS I ZOOM IN I DO SEE DOTS. THEY APPEAR RANDOM TO ME. OF COURSE THE LIGHTENING ROD PIECE IS MASS PRODUCED SOUVENIR.
119.I THINK THE MAD LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD RABBIT IS THE BEST PIECE!! BUT THAT'S JUST ME. 2 OF THE PIECES ARE SIGNED.
120.THE COLORFUL JORGE ELIAS PIECE IS ORIGINAL. LOOKS LIKE IT WAS PURCHASED IN 1973 IN BRAZIL. THE BOUDIN PIECE IS IN THE LOWER RIGHT OF PHOTO #1. OTHER PIECES AS PICTURED.
121.CLEARLY THE LARGE PALERMO PIECE AT ONE TIME WAS FAIRLY EXPENSIVE. THE 2 ANTIQUE OVAL PIECES ARE UNSIGNED BUT THE FRAMES ARE NICE!
122.GORGEOUS FRAMES ON THESE 2 WORKS OF ART!! AS YOU CAN SEE A DATE OF 1907 OF THE WOOD FRAMED PIECE. ALSO HAS A TITLE OF NATURE'S GOODIES.
123.A VERY LARGE COLLECTION OF CURRIER AND IVES. ALL BELIEVED TO BE ORIGINALS. BE SURE TO COME TO THE PREVIEW FOR A FIRST HAND LOOK!!
124.THESE PIECES WERE ALL IN AN ENVELOPE WITH A NEW YORK POSTMARK DATED NOV. 1948. THEY ALL HAVE THE PRINTING YOU SEE IN PHOTO #5. A FEW OF THE CORNERS ARE SLIGHTLY BENT BUT OVERALL IN FANTASTIC SHAPE!! THESE WERE ALL IN AN ENVELOPE WITH THE POSTMARK YOU SEE IN THE LAST PHOTO.
125.IF I RECALL CORRECTLY 3 OF THESE PIECES ARE ORIGINAL. THE FAR RIGHT PIECE IN PHOTO #1 HAS ONE AREA OF DAMAGE, A SMALL (MAYBE 1/32 IN DIAMETER)SPOT.
126.PATRIOTIC COLLECTION. THE PIECE IN THE SECOND PHOTO LOOKS LIKE CLOTH WITH BATTING UNDERNEATH TO MAKE IT PUFF OUT.I SEE NO DATES ON ANY OF THE PIECES. ALSO NO SIGNATURES ON THE EAGLE OR THE CLOTH PIECE. THE FRAME ON THE CLOTH PIECE IS REALLY NICE!!
127.NOW FOR THE JEWELRY. SOME VERY NICE CAMEOS IN THIS LOT. BOTH IN GREAT CONDITION. THE SETTING FOR THE SMALLER CAMEO ON THE NECKLACE IS SOMEWHAT ORNATE. I DID NOT EVEN NOTICE THE DIAMONDS UNTIL I LOOKED AT THESE PICTURES. PROBABLY REAL BUT VERY SMALL. AS YOU CAN SEE THE BACK OF THE SMALL ONE STATES 1/20 10K GOLD FILLED. WE THINK THE CT ARE INITIALS OF A PREVIOUS OWNER?
128.COALPORT FINE ENGLISH BONE CHINA BROOCH AND SCREW BACK EARRINGS. TO ME IT APPEARS THE CHINA IS UNDAMAGED. JUST A TINY BIT OF SUPER GLUE TO ATTACH THE ONE SCREW AND GOOD AS NEW. ORIGINAL BOXES. EXCELLENT OVERALL CONDITION.
129.THESE QUITE POSSIBLY COULD BE THE STAR OF ALL THE JEWELRY OFFERED. IN PERFECT CONDITION WE HAVE THESE PIECES BY CARNEGIE. EXQUISITE DESIGN WITH ALL STONES BEING INTACT. I SEE VARIOUS DESCRIPTION OF THE STONES IN THE CARNEGIE PIECES ON EBAY. FRANKLY YOUR GUESS IS AS GOOD AS MINE...PROBABLY BETTER. BEAUTIFUL PIECES NO DOUBT!!
130.IN THIS LOT WE HAVE 3 PIECES THAT COULD HAVE EASILY BEEN OFFERED SEPARATELY. THE PAPERWORK YOU SEE GOES WITH THE ELEPHANT. IT WOULD NOT SURPRISE ME IF THE PEARLS AND STONE ON THE SMALL PIN ARE REAL. THE BIRD WITH THE STONE AS AN EYE IS MARKED ON THE BACK AMBASSADOR.
131.I WISH I COULD DEFINITIVELY TELL YOU WHAT THIS MATERIAL IS BUT I CAN'T. MY BEST GUESS IS GLASS. NO PAPERWORK, RECEIPTS, OR MARKINGS. I AM CALLING THE COLOR GRAPHITE GRAY. KEEP IN MIND THAT ALMOST ALL THE JEWELRY IN THIS AUCTION IS MIDDLE TO HIGH END. THIS COULD BE VALUABLE OR COMMON. NECKLACE AND 2 PAIRS OF EARRINGS (PIERCED).
132.INTERJECTING A LITTLE BIT OF HOLIDAY CHEER INTO THE JEWELRY. 2 PINS, A RING, AND PAIR OF EARRINGS. NICE AND COLORFUL. NO MAKERS MARKS. SNOWMAN PIN MIGHT BE PEWTER.
133.THE THEME HERE IS PEARLS. THE PEARL IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DARKER BROOCH IS A FRESH WATER PEARL. THE IS AN LUMINESCENCE IN THE PEARL EARRINGS. THE REST OF THE PEARLS COULD BE REAL...OR NOT.
134.THE ONE PAIR OF EARRINGS IS MARKED STERLING AND MADE IN SIAM. WE BELIEVE THE ONE GREEN EARRING IS JADE. WE COULD NOT FIND THE MATE. AND WE HAVE THE 2 EBONY EARRINGS. WE ARE NOT SURE WHAT EARRINGS THE PAPER IN THE BOX IS REFERRING TO OR EVEN IF IT IS REFERRING TO EARRINGS. THE PAIR OF EBONY EARRINGS WERE IN THE BOX BUT WE CANNOT ACCURATELY STATE THAT THE PAPER GOES WITH THOSE EARRINGS.
135.WE THINK...ONCE AGAIN THINK THAT THE BRACELET IS STERLING AND TURQUIOSE. HAVING DONE SOME RESEARCH ON THESE PIECES AND THE MARKINGS ON THE BRACELET WE REALLY BELIEVE THE ABOVE TO BE TRUE. BUT THE WORD STERLING IS NOT ON THE BRACELET. NOT SURE ABOUT THE NECKLACE AS TO WHAT KIND OF STONE THAT IS.
136.ALL PIECED EAR COLLECTION OF EARRINGS. I COULD FIND NO MAKERS MARKS ON ANY OF THESE OR INDICATIONS OF GOLD. NICE AND SHINY!!
137.FANTASTIC COLLECTION OF COSTUME JEWELRY. DEFINITELY VINTAGE! AND GORGEOUS!
138.THESE CLIP ON EARRINGS ARE SIGNED TRIFARI. NO MARKINGS OF GOLD. BUT FROM WHAT I SEE ON EBAY AND OTHER SITES THE PEARLS QUITE POSSIBLY COULD BE REAL.
139.STERLING AND GOLD IN THIS LOT. FIRST LET'S TALK ABOUT THE VINTAGE DELTA TAU DELTA PIN. BASED ON RESEARCH WE BELIEVE THIS IS 10K GOLD. A SIMILAR PIN ON EBAY SOLD FOR $160 AND IT WAS SAID THAT IT WAS 3.8 GRAMS. NOW LET'S FOCUS OUT ATTENTION ON THE 2 PIECES THAT SEEM TO BE MELTED TOGETHER. IT IS HEAVY. WE CAN'T MAKE OUT WHAT IT SAYS. POSSIBLY GOLD? WELL, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. WE HAVE NO WAY TO TELL FOR SURE. AND DON'T DISMISS THE LINCOLN AUTOMOBILE CHARM. AND WHAT IN THE WORLD IS THE STERLING 25 CENT PIECE?
140.MISCELLANEOUS JEWELRY. NO JEWELRY EXPERT BUT WE COULD HAVE REAL DIAMONDS HERE. THE BAKELITE BRACELET IS NICE. I SEE NO MARKINGS ON THE "X" PIN BUT POSSIBLE GOLD.
141.ONE LAST PIECE OF JEWELRY, A VERY NICE BAKELITE DOUBLE SIDED MIRROR, AND OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.
142.FANTASTIC VINTAGE FISHING LURE. WE BELIEVE THE MATERIAL IS ABALONE. NO CHIPS OR ANY SIGNS OF USE. FAIRLY HEAVY. NO MARKINGS ON THE LURE BUT WE BELIEVE THE BOX TO BE ORIGINAL.
143.2 VINTAGE LURES BY CREME'S. DU-DAD AND MAD-DAD WITH ORIGINAL BOXES AND PAPERS. FANTASTIC CONDITION.
144.VINTAGE SPINNER BAITS WERE IN THE FLATFISH BOX. AS WELL AS THE SKINNER SPINNER I SEE THE NAME MARATHON AS WELL. THE VINTAGE JAKE'S BAIT HAS THE ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPER'S. WE COULD NOT FIND THE FLATFISH BAIT.
145.OUT OF AKRON, OHIO WE HAVE 2 VINTAGE FRED ARBOGAST JITTERBUGS AS WELL AS SOME REBEL BAITS IN THIS LOT.
146.3 VINTAGE BAITS AND A SMALL METAL BOX IN THIS OFFERING. THE GREEN SPARKLE BAIT IS REALLY COOL BUT NO NAME. WE HAVE ANOTHER MAD-DAD FROM CREME'S AND THE BUZZAKLE FLY FISHING BAIT. INTERESTINGLY A QUICK SEARCH ON EBAY AND GOOGLE BROUGHT UP ONLY ONE MATCH FOR BUZZAKLE. WITH THE ORIGINAL BOX AND PAPER'S THIS COULD BE A VALUABLE FIND.
147.VINTAGE MINI-SAC OUT OF CAMBRIDGE, OHIO. COMPANY NAME WAS M-D MFG. CO. AMAZINGLY NO DAMAGE THAT I CAN FIND. JUST DIRTY.
148.COLLECTION OF ALBUMS. 50 +/-. UNTESTED AND I DID NOT LOOK INSIDE EACH SLEEVE TO VERIFY THE CORRECT ALBUM WAS IN IT.
149.COLLECTION OF ALBUMS. 50 +/-. UNTESTED AND I DID NOT LOOK INSIDE EACH SLEEVE TO VERIFY THE CORRECT ALBUM WAS IN IT. THE OHIO STATE 45 SEEMS TO BE IN VGC.
150.NICE LOT OF GARDENING ITEMS. GARAGE.
151.NICE LOT OF PLANTERS. GARAGE.
152.FOUNTAIN (NO PUMP AND MAY BE INCOMPLETE). DECORATIVE ROCKS. AND THE GIRL IS MADE OF WOOD, HAS AN UMBRELLA AND WILL NEED SOME TLC BUT IS SALVAGEABLE. GARAGE
153.VINTAGE YARDSTICKS AND DECORATIVE BROOMS. ONE YARDSTICK IS 4'. YOU CAN SEE IT IN MANY OF MY PICTURES I TOOK FOR THIS AUCTION. OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN. GARAGE
154.ITEMS ON THE RIGHT RED METAL SHELF INCLUDES THE SHELF. GARAGE
155.ITEMS ON THE LEFT RED METAL SHELF INCLUDES THE SHELF.
156.A VERY NICE MURRAY'S LADIES BIKE. GARAGE.
157.A WEIRD COMBINATION BUT VINTAGE PURSES AND VINTAGE JARS INCLUDING A FEW BALL CANNING JARS. GARAGE.
158.A NICE VINTAGE TOASTMASTER TOASTER, GEORGE FOREMAN GRILL, AND TIN CANDLE TRAYS. OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN. GARAGE
159.THESE VINTAGE SMALL APPLIANCES LOOK TO BE IN GREAT SHAPE. THE MIXER AND BLENDER WORK. THE BLENDER IS HEAVY DUTY! I DID NOT TEST THE COFFEE MAKER. GARAGE.
160.THIS VINTAGE EUREKA VACUUM DID POWER ON AND HAS DECENT SUCTION. THE ATTACHMENT END OF THE HOSE IS BROKE. GARAGE
161.NICE ACU-RITE ATOMIC CLOCK. I THINK IT NEEDS A NEW BATTERY. OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN. GARAGE.
162.VINTAGE HALLOWEEN MASKS AND OTHER HALLOWEEN ITEMS. GARAGE.
163.NICE SIGNED LONGABERGER BASKET AND TINS IN FANTASTIC CONDITION. GARAGE
164.SCRIPT OHIO FLAG, ROUND TIN IN GREAT CONDITION, AND 3 OSU BOOKS.
165.NICE SHOP-VAC. DID POWER ON AND HAS GOOD SUCTION. ATTACHMENTS AS PICTURED. GARAGE.
166.SHORT LADDERS AND STOOLS AS SHOWN. THE WOODEN STOOL IS A CHILD'S STEP STOOL. HAS FADED PAINT ON THE TOP SIDE. ALL VERY STURDY. GARAGE
167.VERY NICE PRESSED WOOD STORAGE CABINET. YOU ALSO GET THE STORAGE DRAWERS ON WHEELS AND THE WHITE DRYING RACK. GARAGE
168.A WHOLE LOT OF DUSTPANS AND BROOMS, AND THE WALL HANGING WHIOCH I BELIEVE IS ALL BRASS! GARAGE
169.VASES BOTH LARGE AND SMALL. IN CABINET IN GARAGE.
170.A BOX FULL OF EXTNSION CORDS AND THE TROUBLE LIGHT. ALSO A GIANT 18" THERMOMETER. GARAGE
171.GARDENING TOOLS AND 2 OAK HANDLED TOOLS. THE HANDLE IS ONLY ABOUT 36" LONG. GARAGE
172.3 NICE SHOE BRUSHES AND OLD POLISH. ALSO SOME PAINTING SUPPLIES INCLUDING ART BRUSHES. GARAGE
173.A DRAWER FULL OF TOOLS. SOME VINTAGE. THE MAGNET HAS JUST ABOUT LOST ALL OF IT'S POWER. SAME GOES WITH THE MAGNETIC HAMMER. GARAGE
174.THIS LOT OF GARDEN FLAGS INCLUDES THE WROUGHT IRON HOLDER AND 2 VINTAGE AMERICA FLAGS AND FLAG POLE. ONE OF THE AMERICAN FLAGS IS A NICE HEAVY CLOTH BUT A LITTLE FADED. GARAGE
175.2 ANTIQUE CERAMIC ART TILES OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN. THERE ARE THE REMNANTS OF TAGS ON THE BACK. PERHAPS THERE ARE NAMES UNDER THE EDGE OF THE FRAMES. BOTH FRAMED WITH CRAZING IN THE TILES. COLORS ARE VERY GOOD. THE SWITCHPLATE COVER IS VERY NICE.
176.2 MORE BEAUTIFUL CERAMIC ART TILES WITH GREAT COLOR. ONE SMALL CHIP IN ONE CORNER. IT IS BELIEVED THAT THESE ARE THE ZANESVILLE ART TILES. THE SAILBOAT TILES AS YOU CAN SEE ARE COASTERS.
177.THE CERAMIC TILE IN THE FRAME IS MINTONS. THE UNFRAMED BROWN FLORAL TILE IS THE PORTUGAL ONE. THE OTHER 2 ARE UNMARKED.
178.THIS BEAUTIFUL 6 PANEL ART TILE PIECE IS SIGNED WITH THE INITIALS A.T. THIS CERAMIC ARTWORK COULD BE ATTRIBUTED TO ANGELO TSAKIRAKIS. GREAT COLORS WITH WHAT I AM GOING TO CALL PITTING ON HER...UHM..DERRIERE.
179.BACK COPIES OF YANKEE MAGAZINE FROM 1986, 87, AND 88.
180.LARGE AMOUNT OF UNUSED CARDS AND ENVELOPES FOR PRETTY MUCH EVERY HOLIDAY AND/OR SPECIAL OCCASION AND STATIONARY.
181.FIRST OF ALL THE COIN BOOKS ARE EMPTY. LARGE AMOUNT OF A VARIETY OF STAMPS INCLUDING FIRST DAY OF ISSUE (WITH ADDRESS), US DEFENSE SAVING BOND STAMPS, LOOSE STAMPS AS SHOWN AND ITEMS IN SCRAPBOOK..
182.FANTASTIC COLLECTION OF POSTCARDS! AT LEAST ONE IS DATED AS FAR BACK AS 1910. ALSO 1945, 1921, ETC. SOME USED, MANY UNUSED.
183.COLLECTION OF BOOKENDS. THE SHAKESPEARE BOOKEND IS VERY HEAVY, POSSIBLY CAST IRON WITH THE NUMBER 9878 ON THE BACK. OTHER BOOKENDS AS SHOWN.
184.VINTAGE COLLECTION OF EPHEMERA ALL DEALING WITH THE BORDEN COMPANY FROM COLUMBUS, OHIO. MOST DATED 1951 WITH THE CHEESE BOOK HAVING A COPYRIGHT OF 1947.
185.VERY COLORFUL AND SUITABLE FOR FRAMING ARE THESE CRUISE MENUS FROM 1954. THE SHIP IS THE MN. SATURNIA. HIGHLY VALUABLE FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND. THE OTHER SMALLER MENUS ARE FROM THE FOLDER YOU SEE IN THE SECOND PHOTO.
186.ART POSTCARDS WITH NAMES LIKE WYETH, REDFIELD, AND KIPLING JUST TO MENTION A FEW. THE OLD WEST CARDS ARE VERY NICE. WE ALSO HAVE 4 PICTURES FROM TIERS. MOST IF NOT ALL THE CARDS ARE UNUSED.
187.FANTASTIC VINTAGE/ANTIQUE HOLIDAY AND SPECIAL OCCASION CARDS. USED AND UNUSED.
188.MOST OF THESE POSTCARDS ARE FROM FLORIDA AND OUT WEST. ALMOST ALL UNUSED.
189.NICE WOOD CABINET, COLLECTION OF CD'S AND A STACK OF VINTAGE ALBUMS.
190.VINTAGE POSTCARDS MOSTLY FROM OHIO.
191.COLLECTIBLES MOSTLY FROM OHIO. ARTWORK IS FROM BYRON KOHN. NUMEROUS GERMAN VILLAGE HAUS & GARTEN TOUR GUIDES. MANY PIECES FROM VAN WERT.
192.PROTECTIVE TABLE PAD MATERIAL. 3 PIECES, 2 SMALL, AND ONE LARGER.
193.THESE ARE 2 BED SKIRTS. APPROXIMATELY 70X90. THESE WERE HANGING ON SEPARATE HANGERS WITH PLASTIC OVER THEM. NO STAINS FOUND.
194.ALL TABLECLOTHS. I FOUND THE NOTE DEPICTING THE SIZES. DID NOT DOUBLE CHECK. THESE WERE ALL ON SEPARATE HANGERS WITH PLASTIC OVER THEM. I SEE NO STAINS. LOOK LIKE NEW.
195.DRAPES, SHEERS, AND TOPPERS/VALANCE. THESE WERE HANGING ON SEPARATE HANGERS WITH PLASTIC OVER THEM. NO STAINS FOUND.
196.I BELIEVE THESE ARE TABLECLOTHS. THERE ARE SOME STAINS PRESENT. VERY NICE DETAIL IN THE LACE. MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROXIMATE. ONE IS 9'X10' AND THE OTHER 8'X5'. THESE WERE HANGING ON SEPARATE HANGERS WITH PLASTIC OVER THEM.
197.TABLECLOTHS OF VARYING SIZES. THESE WERE HANGING ON SEPARATE HANGERS WITH PLASTIC OVER THEM. NO STAINS FOUND.
198.COLLECTION OF VHS TAPES, SHEET MUSIC AND SONGBOOKS, AND THE WHITE PLASTIC SHELVING UNIT. IN 3RD BR CLOSET.
199.I DO NOT NORMALLY SELL ITEMS LIKE THIS BUT PRETTY COOL VINTAGE T-SHIRTS. MASH HAS A STAIN AND IS A MEDIUM. JUNEAU IS M. BORN IS A XL. TAKU IS L.
200.FOUND THIS BEAUTIFUL BABY PILLOWCASE WRAPPED IN TISSUE PAPER THEN IN A SACK. LOOKS NEW. NO STAINS OR DAMAGE.
201.WOOD AND METAL HANGERS. GARAGE
202.PLASTIC, PADDED, AND SOME STAINLESS STEEL HANGERS. GARAGE
203.TAN PIECE IS WHAT IS REFERRED TO AS A TRAIN OR MAKEUP CASE. AMERICAN TOURISTER ESCORT. THE LARGER PIECE IS NEWER.
204.HIGH END TREADMILL WITH VERY LITTLE USE ACCORDING TO THE OWNER. IT HAS A FAN BUILT IN!!
205.LARGE SET OF CORELLE IN THE SHADOW IRIS PATTERN. IT IS ALL CORELLE BUT SOME PIECES ONLY HAVE THE GREEN TRIM ALONG THE EDGE. UPPER CABINET TO LEFT OF SINK.
206.ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS SET OF FRANCISCAN FINE CHINA IN THE RENAISSANCE PATTERN. I WAS NERVOUS TO HANDLE EACH PIECE SO I DIDN'T BUT FROM WHAT I CAN SEE IT IS ALL PERFECT. BEAUTIFUL GOLD TRIM ON EACH PIECE AND THE PATTERN IS VERY DETAILED. IF I RECALL THERE ARE MORE OF SOME PLATES THEN OTHERS AND A LOT OF CUPS! AN INFERIOR SET SOLD ON EBAY A FEW MONTHS AGO FOR OVER $200.
207.SET OF ALUMINUM CANISTERS. FLOUR AND SUGAR HAVE ONE DENT EACH ALONG THE BOTTOM EDGE.
208.VERY COOL PEANUT BUTTER MIXER. HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE OF THESE. THE SPOON REST IS CRACKED. THE BUTTER DISH IS UNMARKED. THE 2 OVAL TRAYS ARE MARKED CORNING AND CORELLE.
209.VERY NICE HINGED TRINKET BOX SIGNED LIMOGES HAND PAINTED FRANCE. THE SOAP DISH ON THE LEFT IS SIGNED WARRANTED LIVERPOOL WITH THE NAME OF A COMPANY AND LOGO THAT I CANNOT ID. ANOTHER DISH IS SIGNED VICTORIA AUSTRIA. ONCE AGAIN I CANNOT MAKE OUT THE OTHER NAMES/SYMBOL.
210.I GUESS THE STAR OF THIS LOT IS THE ROYAL COPENHAGEN PIECE MARKED 524A. THE TALL WILD ROSE PITCHER IS SIGNED BUT MOST OF IT IS FADED. I SEE REMNANTS OF GERMANY AND MAYBE WEST. THE LUCKENBOOTH PIECE IS WHAT I BELIEVE IS CALLED A TEA BAG HOLDER. UNFORTUNATELY I JUST FOUND A VERY SMALL CHIP ON THE UNDERSIDE OF THE EDGE ON THE COPENHAGEN PIECE. ABOUT 1/16" LONG.
211.THE DOULTONS BURSLEM PIECE HAS A SMALL HAIRLINE CRACK THAT WON'T EVEN CATCH ON MY FINGERNAIL. CRAZING IS ALSO PRESENT. THE OTHER ROYAL DOULTON PIECES ARE PERFECT. I AM PRETTY SURE THE POTPOURRI LID DOES NOT GO WITH THE BURSLEM PIECE BUT IT WAS IN THE BOX AND IT FIT.
212.3 NORITAKE PIECES AND ONE DRESDEN. ALL GOOD. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS FOUND.
213.THE ROYAL BLUE COLLECTION!! NICE CARNIVAL GLASS VASE BUT UNFORTUNATELY WITH A TINY CHIP. OTHER ITEMS AS PICTURED.
214.6 GREEN HALL DISHES AND 3 BROWN BOWLS. LE CREUSET DISHES ARE MARKED #20.
215.COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS DANSK. ALL GOOD.
216.VERY COOL KELLOGG'S VINTAGE CHARACTER CEREAL BOWLS BY NEVINS INTERNATIONAL. GREAT COLORS!! THEY LOOK NEW!!
217.COUPLE PIECES OF ART GLASS, DRIFTWOOD, AND A BUCKEYE BURL VASE BY JOHN MASCOLL. THE TEST TUBE SEEMS TO BE GLUED IN.
218.MATCHING SUGAR AND CREAMER SET WITH WHAT LOOKS LIKE THE NUMBER 932. THAT IS THE ONLY ID MARK I CAN FIND ON THOSE. THE DEMITASSE CUP IS MARKED C.T.GERMANY WITH A GREEN EAGLE LOGO AND THE RED NUMBERS.
219.IS THIS PIECE REALLY FROM THE ERA 1740-1750??? WE FOUND THIS VERY UNIQUE PIECE WRAPPED OVER AND OVER IN BUBBLE WRAP. SO IT MUST BE VALUABLE OR AT LEAST SOMEONE THOUGHT SO. THE PIECE OF PAPER IN PHOTO #5 WAS IN THE MUG. THE HOLE OR WHATEVER IT IS ON THE BOTTOM DOES NOT GO ALL THE WAY THROUGH.
220.3 VINTAGE WOOD SPOOLS THAT HAVE BEEN USED AS CANDLE HOLDERS AT SOME POINT. ONE IS MARKED VERMONT 1941 AND I CANNOT MAKE OUT THE OTHER. ONE HAS NO ID MARKS AT ALL.
221.BRIDGE ANYONE? COLLECTION OF BOOKS ABOUT BRIDGE AND OTHER CARD GAMES. ALSO WRAPPED AND UNWRAPPED CARDS.
222.FIRST OF 2 BUNNYKINS LOTS. WE HAVE A DEEP BOWL AND A SHALLOW BOWL BOTH WITH THE SAME SCENE. HOWEVER ONE IS A LOT BRIGHTER THEN THE OTHER. MAYBE THE ONE WAS USED MORE. BOTH SIGNED BY BARBARA VERNON.
223.AND HERE IS THE SECOND LOT OF BUNNYKINS. BOTH PIECES IN GREAT CONDITION. TITLED "TO THE HUNT BALL" AND "TO THE STATION". ONCE AGAIN SIGNED BY BARBARA VERNON.
224."THE PETER RABBIT SPOON" WITH DAMASCENE INSET FROM 1982. MADE BY REED & BARTON. BRAND NEW STILL IN PLASTIC. AND WE ALSO HAVE A SMALL CONCRETE RABBIT.
225.CANDLE COLLECTION. FAROY CANDLE HOLDERS, BALDWIN CANDLESTICKS, AND OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.
226.2 ZIPPO LIGHTERS WITH THE NAME ABITIBI ON THEM. ONE HAS GOOD SPARK. OTHER ITEMS AS PICTURED.
227.THE LION KING WATCH SEEMS TO BE BRAND NEW. WAS IN A PLASTIC SLEEVE IN THE BOX. OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.
228.VERY NICE 13" PORCELAIN TRAY (UNMARKED). FANS ARE ALL IN GREAT CONDITION. I BELIEVE THE LARGER PIECE IS BRASS BUT I HAVE NEVER SEEN MARKINGS LIKE THAT ON ANYTHING. I SEE WHAT LOOKS LIKE 3 S'S, THE NAME INDIA AND 559C. THE SMALLER TRINKET BOX HAD A HINGED LID BUT THE HINGE IS BROKE. THE OTHER IS GOOD. POSSIBLY ALL BRASS?
229.FOUND SOME MORE GLASSWARE. IT APPEARS THAT THE HUNTINGTON BANK GAVE THESE AWAY IN 1979. VERITE FRENCH LEAD CRYSTAL. PHOTO 5 SHOWS WHAT I FOUND.
230.THE CANISTER SET IS PYREX. SOME OF THE GLASSES ARE PLASTIC. THE BRUMM PIECE IS THE BIRD PLATE. THE STERLING VITRIFIED WARE IS THE SMALL PLATE THE GREEN GLASS IS ON.
231.KITCHEN GADGETS AND TOOLS.
232.SOME VERY CHICAGO CUTLERY KNIVES IN THIS LOT. OHER KITCHEN ITEMS AND FLATWARE AS PICTURED. SOME VINTAGE.
233.MOSTLY BATHROOM ITEMS. LOVE THE BULLDOG BRUSH HOLDER!!
234.WELL USED FARBERWARE TEAPOT WITH STILL A LOT OF LIFE LEFT!
235.THE ONLY ITEM MARKED DELFT IS THE CURACAO PIECE. YOU CAN SEE A HAIRLINE CRACK IN PHOTO #3. THE TINY JUG HAS THE INITIALS ESP.
236.VINTAGE TOYS INCLUDE THE WOOD TRUCK MARKED WITH THE WESTERN GERMANY STICKER ON THE BOTTOM. EXCELLENT CONDITION.
237.THE ONLY CROCK THAT IS MARKED IS THE ONE TO THE FAR LEFT. THAT MARK IS SHOWN IN PHOTO #2.
238.A FEW MORE ID MARKS ON THESE PIECES. THE BOWL THAT LOOKS LIKE IT HAS STRIPES IS A DOUGLAS FERGUSON PIECE FROM PIGEON FORGE. THE MAINLY WHITE VASE IS ALSO FROM PIGEON FORGE POTTERY BUT NO NAME. THE LAST PIECE LOOKS LIKE SHEARWARE?? ALL PIECES ARE GOOD AND UNDAMAGED THAT I COULD SEE.
239.4 POTTERY JUGS IN GOOD CONDITION. THE PHOTOS SHOW THE ONLY ID MARKS I COULD FIND. THE COLOR IN A COUPLE OF THESE PIECES IS STUNNING.
240.THE BLACK MCCOY PLANTER IS PERFECT EXCEPT ON THE BOTTOM. NOT REALLY A CHIP, MORE LIKE A SCRAPE. OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.
241.LAST GROUPING OF POTTERY. 2 OF THE PIECES ARE SIGNED BEREA COLLEGE. ONE IS SIGNED WHAT LOOKS LIKE JANE FERGUSON AND THE OTHER WITH SOME KIND OF INITIALS. THE CRACK OF WHATEVER IT IS ON THE BOTTOM OF THE LIGHT GREEN POT DOES NOT GO ALL THE WAY THROUGH. LOOKS LIKE SOME KIND OF SURFACE ISSUES WITH THE CLAY.
242.I KEEP FINDING MORE AND MORE DEPRESSION GLASS! I BELIEVE THE PIECES WITH THE HOLES ARE CALLED FLOWER FROGS. THERE IS ONE JUICER, AND 3 COMPLETE BUTTER DISHES AND ONE EXTRA LID. NO ID MARKS THAT I HAVE FOUND.
243.DOUBLE SIDED SLATE WITH 2 GRAPHITE LEAD "PENCILS". AGE IS UNKNOWN. THERE IS STILL A PRENTIS STORE IN WILLIAMSBURG BUT I CAN FIND NO MENTION OF THE PRENTIS TARPLEY COMPANY. IT DOES SAY MADE IN PORTUGAL BUT WAS IN THE SACK PICTURED.
244.VINTAGE KITCHEN ITEMS ALL IN GREAT CONDITION!
245.VERY OLD PINCUSHION/SEWING CADDY. THE INSIDE OF THE FRONT OF THE DRAWER IS ROUGH. IT APPEARS THIS WAS HAND MADE. WE THINK THAT SPOOLS WOULD FIT IN BETWEEN THE METAL SPINDLES. THE SPINDLES ARE REMOVABLE. NOT SURE WHAT THE OTHER 2 PIECES ARE. MAYBE DOLL STANDS? OR SOMETHING TO DO WITH SHOES/BOOTS?
246.VINTAGE HANSON MODEL 1509 AIR MAIL SCALE. GREAT CONDITION AND AS YOU CAN SEE IT CAN WEIGH'S ROCKS! THE DECORATIVE ROCKS COME WITH THIS LOT.
247.MISCELLANEOUS PIECES INCLUDING ANOTHER POTTERY PIECE FROM PIGEON FORGE POTTERY, WHAT APPEARS TO BE HAND CARVED VERY COLORFUL BIRDS (PARROTS?). THE FAMILY DID TRAVEL EXTENSIVELY AND DID MAKE IT TO BRAZIL. OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.
248.SOUVENIR'S FROM THE 1982 WORLDS FAIR HELD IN KNOXVILLE.
249.AS YOU CAN SEE IN PHOTO #2 THE KNIFE IS MARKED STERLING PLATE 925i. I BELIEVE THE HANDLE IS WOOD. POSSIBLY A SOUVENIR LETTER OPENER. THE SMALL KNIFE IS MARKED CHINA WITH 2 CRISSCROSSED ARROWS. WE THINK THE SMALL STARS IN THE ALASKAN PIECE ARE SMALL FLECKS OF GOLD.
250.THE LADY SHEFFIELD WATCH MARKED 17 JEWELS RUNS GREAT. IT IS A WIND-UP. THE GRUEN VERITHIN WATCH (BLACK CORD BAND) ALSO WORKS. OTHER WATCHES WILL NEED BATTERIES OR DID NOT WORK.
251.SOME VERY NICE PENS!! THE CROSS IS MARKED 14KT. GOLD FILLED. THE SHEAFFER IS MARKED 14K WITH OTHER STAMPED PRINTING.
252.VINTAGE SILVER. SILVER PLATE WITH POSSIBLY SOME STERLING. I DON'T QUITE UNDERSTAND ALL THE MARKINGS YET.
253.COLLECTIBLE PINS. POSSIBLY SOME VALUE IN THIS LOT.
254.VERY NICE WOOD PRINTERS TYPESET BOX ALONG WITH OTHER WOOD ITEMS/CRATES AS SHOWN.
255.COLLECTION OF SOME LARGER PINS AS SHOWN.
256.MODEL 130HT HEALTH-O-METER SCALE IN VGC. ALMOST A FULL BOX OF SCENTED SHELF PAPER. METAL TOWEL/DRYING RACK AND OTHER ITEMS AS SHOWN.
257.VINTAGE MAP OF INDIANA AND OHIO DATED 1872. THE LAST PICTURE IS WHAT LOOKS LIKE A PAGE NUMBER IN ONE CORNER OF 43. ALONG WITH A USA MAP FROM 1960 AND A WORLD MAP FROM 1961. AND THE GLOBE IN THE BACKGROUND AGE UNKNOWN. ALSO A SOUVENIR MAP OF SANDUSKY BAY.
258.COUPLE OF NICE POLAROID INSTANT CAMERAS (UNTESTED) AND 2 35MM CAMERAS ALSO UNTESTED. ALL THE BAGGAGE AND CASES YOU SEE.
259.A VERY NICE VINTAGE KODAK SENIOR SIX-20. THE BAFFLES ALL LOOK GOOD. LENS IS CLEAR. INSIDE IS CLEAN. UNTESTED.
260.A VERY RARE LEROY AND SON FRENCH MADE CARRIAGE CLOCK. CLOCK HAS SOME PROVENANCE WITH IT. SUPPOSEDLY ASSEMBLED IN 1940 (BASED ON EMAIL THAT WAS IN THE BOX) AT THE LEROY (SOME CLOCKS HAVE LE ROY) AND SON AT 296 REGENT ST LONDON. IT IS FADED BUT THIS IS THE WRITING ON THE FACE. I BELIEVE FROM MY RESEARCH THE CLOCK COULD BE OLDER THEN THE EMAIL LEADS US TO THINK. FROM THE MANY REFERENCES I HAVE LOOKED AT I THINK THE MID TO LATE 1800'S WOULD BE A BETTER ESTIMATE. ON THE BACK (PHOTO 9 & 10) I FOUND THE SCRIPT LETTERS OF L AND F ALONG WITH THE LETTER V. THERE ARE 2 RECEIPTS FROM WHEN THE CLOCK WAS REPAIRED IN 1990 AND THEN AGAIN IN 1998. IT COMES WITH THE ORIGINAL KEY AND CASE. YOU ALSO GET THE GLASS PIECE THAT WAS REPLACED. THERE IS A SCRATCH ON THE FACE OF THE FRONT GLASS. THIS CLOCK DOES WORK! HERE IS A SHORT VIDEO OF IT RUNNING:
261.VERY NICE ANTIQUE SETH THOMAS MANTLE/SHELF CLOCK IN WORKING CONDITION. I HAVE NO IDEA WHERE THE PIECE OF PAPER CAME FROM THAT WAS INSIDE THE CLOCK. AFTER DOING A BIT OF RESEARCH, INCLUDING TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE FACE, LOGO, AND STAMPS IN PHOTOS 5 & 6 SHOWING THE LOGO & NUMBER 89, THE YEAR WRITTEN ON THE PAPER COULD BE TRUE. THERE IS ALSO SOME NUMBERS ON THE VERY BOTTOM OF THE CLOCK BUT I CANNOT MAKE THEM OUT. WHILE THE CLOCK IS IN WORKING CONDITION THE CHIMES ARE OFF AND WILL NEED TO BE RESET. IN SOME FASHION I BELIEVE THE CLOCK HAS BEEN REPAIRED BASED ON THE LABEL OF A WATCHMAKER IN PA. THE CASE IS VERY NICE AND UNDAMAGED.
262.VINTAGE 1963 VIOLET TOWNSHIP MAP AS WELL AS A COPY. FANTASTIC INFORMATIONAL AND HISTORICAL PIECE!!
263.A VERY NICE VINTAGE EUREKA VACUUM IN WORKING CONDITION. VERY GOOD SUCTION!
264.VINTAGE GAMES AND MORE. THE BACKGAMMON BOARD HAS WHAT I BELIEVE IS AN ORIGINAL PRICE TAG OF $90 AND MARKED "EARTHLEATHER". OTHER ITEMS AS PICTURED, SOME VINTAGE.
265.VINTAGE WHITE DRESS GLOVES. SOME APPEAR TO BE BRAND NEW, OTHERS SHOW SOME WEAR. ITALY APPEARS ON ONE PAIR OF GLOVES. IN SOME FASHION MOST OF THE GLOVES HAVE REAL KID ON THEM. I BELIEVE THE PEARLS ARE REAL ON THE ONE PAIR. THE LONG PAIR IS ABOUT 19" LONG. THE HAT TO THE LEFT IS MARKED DOESKIN FELT 100% WOOL AND GEO. W. BOLLMAN & CO. MADE IN THE USA.
266.VINTAGE PURSES IN GREAT CONDITION. PHOTOS SHOW THE ONLY ID MARKS I FOUND.
267.OUR FIRST OF SOME VERY VALUABLE VINTAGE COATS. THE FUR IS REAL. WE FOUND THE TAG SHOWN IN PHOTO #5 WHICH GIVES YOU THE INFORMATION ABOUT THE COAT. I HAVE BEEN INFORMED THAT THE LADY WHO WORE THIS AND THE OTHER COATS WAS 5' 1". THIS COAT IS APPROXIMATELY 34" LONG AND 18" WIDE AT THE SHOULDERS. LAMB TRIMMED IN MINK. NOTICE THE ORIGINAL PRICE AND ON SALE!!
268.ALTHOUGH THERE IS NO RECEIPT OR TAG TO HELP WITH THE DESCRIPTION, EXCEPT FOR THE COLOR, THIS COAT APPEARS IDENTICAL TO THE FIRST COAT. THEREFORE WE BELIEVE THIS COAT IS ALSO LAMB BUT WITH NATURAL MINK TRIM. THE FUR IS REAL. IT ALSO HAS LEATHER TRIM ALONG THE BUTTON AREA AND ALONG THE UNDERSIDE OF THE ARMS. MEASUREMENTS ARE THE SAME AS THE FIRST ONE. THE FIRST PHOTO WAS WITHOUT FLASH. COAT IS HANGING IN A CLOSET.
269.FANTASTIC MONTALDOS NATURAL AUTUMN HAZE MINK BOA. YOU CAN SEE THE ORIGINAL PRICE!! EXCELLENT CONDITION!
270.ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS FULL LENGTH MINK FUR COAT!! FIRST PICTURE IS WITHOUT FLASH AND DEPICTS THE ACTUAL COLOR BETTER. A VERY, VERY NICE COAT. KEEP IN MIND THE LADY WHO OWNED THIS WAS ABOUT 5' 1". I MEASURED THE COAT AT 45-46" LONG AND ABOUT 18-19" WIDE AT THE SHOULDERS.
271.ONE TABLECLOTH, WHAT I AM CALLING A TABLE SKIRT, AND 2 LARGE TOWELS, THAT WERE PROBABLY USED FOR A TABLE PROTECTOR.
272.BRAND NEW HAMILTON BEACH TOASTER OVEN, ANOTHER WELL USED TOASTER OVEN, AND THE WHEELED CART.
273.BLANK PHOTO AND OTHER ALBUMS AS SHOWN.
274. I TOLD YOU THIS WAS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME AUCTION!!!!!!!






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