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Auctioneer HUNTER'S AUCTION SERVICE 479-216-1932
Auction Date Jun 30 Auction
204 HWY 270
Mena, Ar
Time 10:00AM
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SATURDAY JUNE 30th @ 10:00 am

204 HWY 270-MENA, AR (at ACORN community)


This Auction is an amazing lineup of HARD to find Antiques!


1. Country Sheraton secretary desk with fold out writing surface, swing legs and fitted interior (Likely walnut; but can’t tell for sure from the pic)


2. Walnut Rococo Revival round occasional table with central pedestal and four sculpted legs


3. Four light antique wagon wheel ceiling fixture


4. Late Victorian era display cabinet, one drawer over glass door with two interior shelves, two open, sculpted shelves on each side, brass hardware.


5. Slope front writing desk with lift up top, secondary wood in nutmeg finish (likely soft or hard maple)


6. Contemporary pine kitchen cabinet with two blind doors and an open cubby hole in top section, two drawers over two blind doors in the base, porcelain hardware, forged hinges, scalloped skirts


7. Oak dresser with mirror, two drawers over two, brass hardware


8. Grand Rapids style demilune curio cabinet c. 1900 with beveled mirror back and top, carved cornice, glass door, curved glass sides, four shelves, mahogany finish


9. Oak Hall Tree c. 1885-1890 with lift up bench seat, shaped arms, carved appliqués, four coat hooks, beveled mirror and carved cornice


10. Victorian era walnut hall tree with pierced carved back, mirror, umbrella stand on each side with original, foundry stamped, cast iron basins, five turned coat hangers, shaped cornice


11. Victorian era Renaissance Revival walnut child’s bed / crib with turned legs, side spokes and finials, burl veneer and applied button adornments


12. Early mechanical hand laundry wringer


13. Oak gingerbread mantle clock c. 1885, with elaborate gold stenciled door, fluted pilasters and pierce carved gallery rail cornice, time and strike. (check back or inside for label)


14. Retro two-tiered maple occasional table


15. Duncan Phyfe style coffee table c. 1940s-50s


16. Windsor style rocking chair (probably 1920-1940. Can’t tell for sure form the pics, could be older, underside would tell the tale)


17. Vintage cast iron plant stand with metal cabriole legs, white marble inserts on top and small shelf below


18. Victorian era Rococo Revival marble top table, walnut with central pedestal, scribed legs, Italian carrera marble (can’t tell if it the angle of the camera; but if not, this one appears to have been cut down to make a coffee table)


19. Victorian era Eastlake marble top table c.1880-1885, walnut and walnut burl veneer with central pedestal, four rectangular legs with wagon wheel adornments, fluted skirt with button appliqués


20. Contemporary Queen Anne style cherry lowboy, four drawers, brass hardware, cabriole legs, shell carved skirt. (80% on the cherry, but hard to tell 100% from pic. Check inside drawers for maker. (Could be Drexel, PA House, John’s River, Ethan Allen or other desirables)


21. Victorian era walnut rocking chair c. 1870-80 with footstool, floral brocade upholstery on both, corset back on rocker, finger carved crest rail, 


22. Mahogany occasional table with Duncan Phyfe style saber legs c. 1940


23. Victorian era Rococo Revival marble top table, walnut with central pedestal inside of four turned pedestals descending to cabriole lower legs, Italian carrera marble


24. (Oak Chestnut Oak or Chestnut)t step back kitchen cupboard c. 1900 with two glass doors on top with three interior shelves, two drawers over two blind doors, carved appliqués on cornice, paneled sides, wooden pulls. (**** Check this one out. It may be Chestnut, which should enhance its value. The sides don’t really look like it, but the wide grain on the lower doors is what made me take notice)


25. Grand Rapids era mahogany (or mahogany finish) fancy curio cabinet, three glass doors with overlaid decorative mullions, three shelves in center, two shelves on right and left, two open shelves about the right and left doors, embossed geometric design on cornice, modified delicate cabriole legs.


26. Late Victorian era dresser, two drawers over 2 or 3 (pic is cut off) drawers, two handkerchief drawers, triptych mirrors, two unique shelves, each with one glass door and two shelves located on right and left between the accompanying folding mirrors and the stationary center mirror. 


27. Child’s table and two chairs c. 1920s-30


28. Victorian era straight chair c. 1880-1885, applied carving on shaped crest rail, shaped ears, red velour upholstery


29. Victorian era armchair c. 1885, turned front legs, splayed and rolled arms, button appliqué on carved crest rail, light brown velour upholstery, three hand made lace antimacassars. 


30. Vintage classical revival style, marble top plant stand, four turned legs descending to ring base, one drawer


31. Victorian era Eastlake occasional table with two tiered lower pedestal shelf, four turned legs descending to cabriole lower legs


32. Antique nineteenth century floor model butter churn (make sure it a butter churn as opposed to any early hand cranked washing machine)


33. Retro occasional table, maybe 2oth Century dough box? (not sure from pic),


34. Seth Thomas Mantle walnut mantle clock c. 1880-1890, nice label


35. Period Empire ogee mantle clock c. 1830, mahogany and mahogany veneer, reverse painted scenic of antebellum mansion on lower door pane, floral decorated dial, eight day, weight driven, 


36. Period Empire ogee mantle clock c. 1830, mahogany and mahogany veneer, reverse painted fruit still life on lower door pane, eight day, weight driven. (make sure this one is reverse painted as opposed to having a lithograph inserted on the back side of the glass)

37. Retro kitchen floor cabinet with enamel top


38. Sheraton Pembroke table c. 1830s-1840s, walnut (check wood to make sure it’s walnut. Also, could be period, 19th Century, or later edition. They made these for a long time. Third, the leaves are on the border, in length, between a Pembroke and a regular dining table. Hard to tell for sure form the pic)


39. Victorian era dressing table c. 1880 with turned legs, one drawer underneath, one handkerchief drawer on top, mirror, lower shelf (can’t tell wood for sure from pic, likely walnut)


40. Reverse bulls eye Victorian opalescent glass lemonade set, pitcher with, light green ground, opalescent bull’s eyes, applied green handle, five matching tumblers


41. Aladdin Lincoln Drape oil lamp in original condition with chimney and ruffled, cased glass chimney shade


42. Flashed glass lemonade set with ruby and frosted pitcher and six matching tumblers.


43. Pair of Victorian art glass vases with heavy gold and cobalt enamel decoration. (these may be satin glass or they may be Bristol glass. They look like satin glass in the pic and stain glass would be more desirable)


44. Peacock blue carnival glass bowl, floral and leaf pattern, crimped and ruffled rim


45. Lalique or lalique type (French art glass) dresser jar or humidor (depends on the size, can’t tell from pi, humidor is larger), with large lion finial and embossed lion decoration on the base.


46. Vintage counter model reamer (juicer), green glass bowl, attached clamp for securing to counter


47. Vintage brass fan (pretty shiny, may be repro. You’ll have to check)


48. Three dozen egg crate, Twin Brook Farms, Garland, ME


49. Vintage stoneware pitcher with kissing Dutch boy and girl motif


50. Not sure from the pic about the pitcher with English chivalry motif, knights helmet handle


51. Same with next pitcher. Likely to be Staffordshire pottery or Stoke-On-Trent, this one has full figural handle. Both are likely 1895-1920


52. Decorated tankard pitcher (if it doesn’t have a spout, it’s a stein. This one appears to have a spout) ‘Gez’ means ‘made in, can’t read the word after without downloading and zooming.


53. Stoneware pitcher, full hound handle, grape and leaf embossed decoration c. 1850 (may be English or it could be Bennington. If it’s Bennington it’s good depending on the age)


54. Faience (majolica is a type faience and you could call them majolica. This appears more like Faience to me) pitcher with embossed and incised bird decoration and faux bamboo handle


55. Faience (majolica is a type faience and you could call them majolica. This appears more like majolica than the other to me) pitcher with embossed and incised bird decoration and faux bamboo handle


56. German blue on white porcelain bowl. (dimensions determine what kind of bowl), incised beehive stamp


57. Majolica oval serving platter (these are likely English)


58. Majolica plate, floral motif (these are likely English)


59. Three  Smith, Hill, Griffin Co Etruscan majolica plates, made by the Smith, Hill, Griffin Co, Phoenixville, PA


60. Majolica cup and saucer


61. Majolica asparagus dish


62. Majolica cake stand.


63. Majolica compote, leaf form bowl


64. Majolica nappy, leaf form


65. Four piece cruet set (this is likely silver plate but, these folks obviously had some money. Check to make sure the stand or tips are not sterling)


66. Pickle castor on silver stand (same not as above)


67. Royal Dux (Czech) figurine of boy (appears to be sowing seed, likely wheat, could be gleaning wheat)


68. Royal Dux (Czech) figurine of girl (appears to be harvesting or gleaning wheat)


69. Majolica square handled serving plate


70. Bavarian porcelain figural grouping of two horses, post WW!!


71. Appears to be a bisque by-chrome figural of lion. Can’t tell for sure from the pic


72. Victorian art glass bride’s bowl on figural silver stand with orientalist motif (This is a nice stand. Check this stand for sterling or silver plate marks. It could be sterling, most aren’t), raised enamel decoration, ruffled and crimped rim.


73 & 74 Enamel on silver serving pieces. Can’t tell for sure what from the pics. The first may be a butter dish or covered vegetable. The second one looks like a sugar. If it’s a sugar, it should have a creamer. Same thing, check for sterling vs. silver plate


75. Antique or vintage decoys. Look on bottom to see if there is any evidence they had weights at one time. Weights mean they were working decoys as opposed to merely decorative. These look like working decoys. Those generally are more desirable. Also look to see if there are marked on the bottom in any manner, a signature, a brand etc. These aren’t the fanciest but, they should draw interest.


76. Pottery tankard pitcher, embossed decoration on green ground, stylized figural nude and cherub handle (likely German or Italian)


77. Edwardian Silver samovar (tall piece right rear. check for sterling or plated)


78. Three piece silver tea set with tray (check to see if tray matches. Even if it doesn’t, sell it with the tea set. Trays add value to tea set, Check for sterling or plated. Plated won’t fly to high. Sterling is money)


79. Art Deco mantle or alarm clock, Can’t tell the size from the pic. The design looks like a mantle clock. Add maker 9on the face but I can’t read) to the description, looks like time and strike.


80. Porcelain or pottery pitcher (can’t tell from pic), blue & white floral motif, shaped handle


81. Beauty child’s cast iron toy cook stove with accessories. 


82. Victorian era porcelain clock with brass face. Many of these are Ansonia (American) or Royal Bonn (German). If it’s either, they will be marked.


83. Retro mixing bowls. Can’t tell from the pics if that is Pyrex or Melamine


84. Vintage ceiling fixture. If they swing or move to keep the globe level, which the pic suggests they might, they may be for a boat or ship


85. Victorian era beverage dispenser on silver pierced work stand with goblet, embossed and bright cut decoration. Almost all of these are plate. Just check to make sure


86. Can’t tell from the pic


87. Paint Decorated Tin Store Counter Bin c. 1885 – 1890


88. Folk Art carving of swan. Could be a decoy, not sure. I never have seen a swan decoy, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist


89. Pottery figural effigy with lid, brown gloss glaze, marked with incised ‘M’ stamp


90. Antique gilt cast iron cash register on marble base (I assume this is full size. If not and it’s small, it’s a child’s toy replica)


91. Five piece cruet set on silver stand (check stand for sterling or plate. Almost all are plate)


92. Art Pottery jardinière, embossed pink flowers and green stems on green gloss glaze ground. (this is nicer quality than most. Check for marks on the bottom)


93. Cast iron, double pocket, hanging match holder, floral and basket motif


92. Can’t tell from pic. Calvary cap badge perhaps


93. Victorian era hanging oil (or Kerosene) fixture with original font and hardware, vaseline glass shade in hobnail pattern, cur crystal prisms, not converted (I’m assuming it’s oil and I’m assuming it hasn’t been converted to electric. If it has, leave the description the same and add “converted for electric”


94. Vintage pretzel tins


95. Vintage stoneware bundt cake pans or molds (not sure which ones they are)


96. Antique butter press, wheat pattern


97. Green Giant toy truck trailer (looks to be cast aluminum, could be rolled steel)


98. Vintage Pyrex covered serving bowl and five matching bowls in yellow


99. Vintage Pyrex covered serving bowl in pink


100. Eight Venetian glass (looks like) champagne glasses (or sherbets) with dolphin figural stems, clear bowls, canary yellow stems on clear bases.


101. Victorian Art Glass Lemonade set, blue glass pitcher with cobalt applied handle and raised enamel floral and geometric decoration, six matching glasses.


102. Appears to be a brass or copper (can’t tell from pic) foot or bed warmer


103. Brass bucket with hand forged handle


104. Victorian era oil lamp with hand painted cased glass font and shade, floral and leaf motif


105. Antique copper or brass (can’t tell for sure from pic, appears to be copper, but that could be the lighting with riveted ring handles.


106. Assume the hanging shade is the same as #93. If not, use the same description and alter the specifics, motif, converted or not etc




Antique Furniture--  Antique dresser with side mirrors(nice)- Victorian couch- Oak vanity with mirror- Vintage wood rocker- chaise lounge-Vintage miniature cast-iron stove with  cookware- antique child's high chair- for vintage pattern backed chairs- antique claw-foot side table- Antique kitchen cupboard- tall Oak China hutch-Velvet-lined cherry wood curio cabinet- enamel topped kitchen island- Extremely old antique dry sink- vintage ornate baby bed- antique round side table- brass and quartz plant stand- child's table and matching chairs- 3 marble top end tables- Large antique dough box with lid- metal gun powder box with lithograph front- antique hand crank clothes wringer(must see)- 2 vintage very nice Hall trees- vintage wood flip top desk- antique side tables- two wooden carved wingback cushioned chairs- Walnut Butler's chest- vintage fold up desk Shelves- Home Comfort bread and Cake cabinet- set of ladder back chairs- curved front curio cabinet- Several More Pieces


Vintage Glass-- Green depression glass hand crank juicer-  Carnival Glass ruffled Edge Bowl- Green boopie glass pitcher with glasses-  Ruby and Crystal pitcher with glasses- Majolica platter- Majolica city scene pitcher- Dickens ceramic jug by Royal Dayton “face jug”- Greyhound Pottery jug- Pyrex colored bowls- green depression glass fish bowl- Majolica candy dish- 5 Majolica plates various sizes- 2 Majolica compotes-  monkey Pottery pitcher- tall green pottery scene pitcher- Crystal platters- Crystal bowls- crystal glasses- leaded crystal vases- black amethyst- vintage dishes- Crystal candelabras- blue ruffled edge pitcher and glasses-milk glass- depression glass fish wine glasses- art glass- Several Boxes still to unpack


Vintage Crocks and Metal--New York stoneware Company 2 gallon salt glazed jug-Weller  Jardiniere-blue and white stoneware jug- ornate cast-iron bucket- vintage heavy copper buckets-  metal cross- Pewter hot water plate by Compton- brass Crossed Swords heavy- Blue and white stoneware cuspidor- stoneware bundt cake pans- Primitive tools- household Institute cooking utensils aluminum roaster- Cast iron match holder- extra large Silver Plate platter- vintage butter molds- Cast iron griddle with hanger- primitive stoneware water jug- hand-painted child wash tub-  wrought iron hanging candle holder- numbered Royal Dux bohemia boy and girl statue- Lion statue- vintage cast iron Christmas tree holder-

Odds and Ends-- Vintage small wood egg carrying crate( must see)-  Ansonia Clock Company wall clock- Enfield made in England mantle clock- vintage Seth Thomas wall clocks large, small- Porcelain clock made in Germany- antique extra large wooden hay Fork-  antique extra large wooden stir paddle- vintage National cash register- vintage brass blade fan by Emerson on stand- wooden bird box- copper Jello and Cake molds- Lincoln drape Aladdin lamp- antique wood duck decoys- Wagon Wheel chandeliers(the real thing)- hand-carved wooden swan- vintage gallon water can- antique Dietz Acme inspector railroad Lantern- Becker's pretzel tin- Hand carved face cane- 2 Aladdin hanging lights- various vintage electric lamps- several signed pieces of framed wall art- baby doll bed- vintage Ideal Toy bread truck-  Tonka toy Green Giant semi trailer- wooden strawberry baskets- making bacon carved wooden Pig- porcelain elephant- Several more pieces we have never seen before!


TERMS: Cash (preferred) or Check with ID only. **Unknown Buyers must bring a NOTARIZED Letter of Credit from their bank and present it when you register. All Sells As Is Where Is with no warranties. Come prepared to load. Concessions Available. Bring a chair & plan to stay the day! Quality at this Auction! There will be Security watching at the auction


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