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Auctioneer Charles M. Talbot Associates 207-225-3797
Auction Date May 26 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, May 26, 2018 at 10 A.M.

 We would like to welcome you to our upcoming auction to be held on Saturday, May 26th.  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: Mahogany secretary with upper glass doors; Oak china cabinet w/ bowed glass front & sides; Round oak kitchen extension table w/ 3 leaves; Set of 4 pressed back oak chairs; Quarter sawn oak buffet w/ beveled mirror & applied carvings; Small oak icebox; Early pine blanket chest w/ 2 drawers; Two nice oak commodes; Decorated pine commode; Walnut marble top table; Painted bentwood loveseat w/ 3 medallion back – matching chair; Victorian fainting couch; Pair of mahog. twin sized pineapple beds (complete); Mahogany dropleaf pedestal base table; 4 drawer pine bureau, refinished; Two over 2 mahog. bureau; Fancy mahog. platform rocking chair; Double brass bed; Walnut drop leaf extension table; Several mahog. stands & end tables. Modern: Pine hutch w/ open back; Pine corner cabinet; Maple bowed back settee; Iron double bed (L.L. Bean) w/ Serta Perfect mattress; (2) 1950’s naughyde armchairs; Cedar chest; 6 bureaus;  Maple drop leaf table w/ butterfly leaves; Vanity w/ lift lid mirrored back.

 Items of Interest:  Twelve beautiful contemp. hooked rugs; Hotpoint electric stove in white enamel, working; Howard Miller regulator clock; Oak school house wall cabinet; Pair of Josef Hofmann ice cream chairs; Wicker baby carriage; Early child’s high chair w/ bowed back; Oak child’s chair; 15 Tole painted tin pieces by Jean Ness; Radio Flyer wagon; Table top butter churn; Lg. lot of early tinware; Nest of 3 cheese rings; Red “Post” tin mailbox; Victorian child’s lift lid writing desk; Nice pack basket; Iron patio set, 8 pcs; 2 Victorian trunks; Snap-On tool chest; Old Underwood #5 typewriter; Machinist tool box w/ tools; Carved wooden plant stand; Walnut horseshoe formed hat rack w/ mirror; Old mixed woods checkerboard; 3 old wooden ironing boards; Tin & copper water boilers; Siam bronze flatware set in case; 7 vintage sewing baskets; Webster – Chicago record player in red; Stoneware jugs; Two old carved & painted wooden masks; New Juno #2 electrified oil lamp; 5 vintage wooden chopping bowls; Doorstop w/ 3 dogs; Ornate hanging brass doorbell; Varidesk ProPlus 36 computer standing desk unit; 9 battery powered pillar candles; Great selection of quality electric lamps.

Glass, China & Pottery: Meakin “Romantic England” blue & white ironstone; Lg selection of cobalt blue glassware; Many pcs of green Depression glass; Lenox “Coquette” gold rimmed china; Arabia porcelain demitasse coffee set; Pair of hen on nest covered dishes; Purple opalescent bowl w/ embossed maple leaves; Shell formed crystal bowl; Light blue glass ice cream glasses; German white porcelain dish set; Selection of transferware pcs; Hummel figurines “Merry Wanderer” and “Postman”. 

Books & Photographs: Approximately 300 volumes including 6 first edition Elijah Kellogg from the Whispering Pine Series; Bobbsey Twins by Laura Lee Hope; Lone Ranger Series by Fran Striker; Sleepy Time Tales by Arthur Scott Bailey; Many other young adult adventure books; Elephant folio Audubon’s Birds of America by Roger Tory Peterson & Virginia Marie Peterson, 1993 first artabras edition and 1936 Birds of America; 1910 The Bible and Its Story, 10 volumes; Box of Maine books; The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins by Dr. Seuss, 1938; Some old magazines.

Artwork, Prints & Mirrors:  Early oil on board painting of hanging fish; Impressionistic landscape on board, sg. Klee; OOC of romantic scene w/ lady holding flowers gazing over river; Early engraved map for Harrison’s History of London of Westminster, London & Southwork; 3 Sherman Foote Denton’s prints of game fish; Alfred W. Strutt lithograph of fox hunt; Print of the Bury (fox) Hunt from C. Agar; Chromolithograph of still life; Nicely framed prints by Andrew Wyeth and Winslow Homer; Triple matted lithograph “Green Winged Teal” by Leland D. Schaperkotter, 318/750; John Soujani print “Mist”, 10/125; Paris street scenes by J. Anthony Buzzelli; Many beautiful mirrors; 2 Vintage framed Oldsmobile advertising prints; Nice selection of old local photographs – mostly Auburn, ME.

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.


CTA\logo.jpgJames E. Talbot, #159                                                                  Dale T. Talbot, #1045

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