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Auctioneer Laughlin Auctions (540) 975-1830
Auction Date Aug 18 Auction
High Street Galleries
116-A North High Street
Edinburg, VA
Time 09:00AM
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Laughlin Auctions

Public Auction

High Street Galleries

116-A North High Street

Edinburg, Virginia

Saturday, August 18th, 2018, at 9:00 a.m.

Preview: Friday, August 17th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

*800 Shares of Shentel Stock at 12:00 Noon*

DIRECTIONS: I-81 Exit 279 at Edinburg, VA. East on Stony Creek Blvd., cross RR track, left on Printz, right on Piccadilly, left on High Street, 2 ½ blocks to large parking lot on left.

AUTOMOBILES: 2001 Chevrolet Express 1500 “Gladiator” van, 6 cyl., AT/AC, “handicapped equipped,” wheel chair left, good running condition, inspected; 1996 Jerr 12 ft. dual axle utility trailer; 1994 Ford Econoline cargo van, AT/AC. (Offered at 12:00 Noon)

SPECIAL TO AUCTION: Early walnut 12 pane corner cupboard, waist drawer, full height, cut-out feet, great surface, yellow pine & poplar secondary, 86”; exceptional carved chair (carved out of 1 piece of wood), elephants and trees; walnut 16 pane corner cupboard w/ broken arch top, waist drawer, made by “Harry Sheetz.”

FURNITURE: Walnut dovetailed blanket chest, bracket feet; mahogany solid end 2 over 3 drawer chest of drawers; walnut blanket chest w/ turned legs; Nichols & Stone stenciled settee w/ 2- matching chairs; set of 6 highly carved Chippendale style dining chairs; mahogany 3 shelf book shelf; Louis XVI style bow front china cabinet w/ applied ormolu, 3 paint decorated panels; pair of carved “Fancy” side chairs; Victorian settee; pair of Victorian ladies and gent’s chairs; oak high back bed w/ applied moldings; Mission oak sideboard; round oak table w/ 6 chairs; oak tall chest; oak cupboard, door over 3 drawers; oak sideboard w/ leaded glass panels; “Fancy” oak drop front desk; “Log Furniture” including king size bed, armed settee, coffee table, stand; “Bakers” rack; 2- library tables; selection of oriental rugs; poplar chest with walnut 3 drawer interior; several plank bottom chairs; upholstered furniture; several pcs. of lawn furniture; queen size bed; cherry 4 drawer chest; night stand w/ gallery; pair of mahogany single “tester” beds; 30+ other pcs. of furniture not listed.

VALLEY POTTERY: Miller & Woodard 1 gallon w/ blue; 2 gallon J. M. Hickerson w/ blue; ½ gallon T Grim; selection of other stoneware; redware mug; selection of other redware.

SMALLS: Several butter prints & molds; coffee grinder; slaw boards; treenware; graniteware; blue-white salt glaze; splint & rod baskets; walnut 3 drawer spool cabinet; oak 5 drawer jewelers cabinet; 2- brass buckets; stoneware crocks & jugs; cast iron; porcelain enamel; quilts & tied comforts; Dazey No. 20 butter churn; wooden firkin w/ lid; “None-Such” tinware coffee grinder; White House jug; 8-12 pickle crocks; Roseville vase; McCoy tea pot; large selection of “tray lot” smalls; several John Paul Strain prints; cast iron toys.

LAMP COLLECTION: Selection of oil lamps; banquet & piano lamps; figural lamps; Hurricane style lamps; lamps w/ leaded glass & slag glass shades; other lamps not listed.

GLASSWARE: 24” ruby cut-to-clear vase; etched ruby decanter set; crystal; selection of covered compotes; selection of pink depression; large selection of “tray lot” glass – china – porcelain.

GOLD & SILVER COINS: 1897 $10 gold; 1894 & 1896 $5 gold; 1926 $2 ½ gold; 1852 $1 gold; 1858 California gold; Liberty $50 gold; 1908 Saint-Gaudens $20 gold; selection of Morgan Dollars; Peace Dollars; selection of uncirculated Silver Eagles; Barber & Washington silver quarters; Mercury & Roosevelt dimes; “V” nickels; Buffalo nickels; Indian Head cents; Wheat cents; Proof & Mint sets; Commemorative coins; selection of tokens; great selection of other coins & currency not listed. (Offered by catalog at 9:00 a.m.)

LONGABERGER BASKET COLLECTION: Approximately 100 Longaberger baskets, most with liners & protectors. (Offered after coins at approximately 10:15 a.m.)

COCA COLA & ADVERTISING: Approximately 35 Coca Cola collectibles (most reproductions); several advertising tins; wooden advertising boxes; Salem Cigarette thermometer; Tums thermometer; several advertising signs.

“CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST”:  Enormous selection of Christmas items ranging from Snow Babies to tree decorations. This collection is from the John Coleman Home, Woodstock, VA. (Please watch this website for photos.)

SHOP TOOLS – OUTDOOR RELATED: Rigid table saw, 10”; like new rolling scaffold; work bench w/ vise; Penn State lathe; pipe clamps; “Mr. Heater” gas heater; 2- Triton routers; wood planes; collectible tools; electric hand tools; Skil router; True Temper wheel barrow; several tool chests; propane gas tanks; heavy duty rolling cart; large selection of “shed items.”

FIREARMS: Nice selection of Savage Model 99 rifles that include 1899-H 22 HP Takedown, 1899-F 25-35 carbine, 99F 243, 1899 250-3000 Takedown, 99-C 22-250 w/ detachable magazine, 99-H 30-30 Takedown, 99F .308, 1899-H 250-3000 Takedown, 99-B 300 Savage Takedown, 99-EG 300 Savage; Marlin 1894 .44 mag; Savage 24-V .222 over 20 ga.; Remington 121 Fieldmaster .22; Ithaca Model 37 20 ga.; Ithaca Model 37 Featherlight 16 ga.; 2- Crescent Arms Peerless 16 ga. SxS; Crescent Arms 20 ga. single barrel; H&R 1905 .44 Shotshell shotgun; Belgian Floebert .22; Mossberg 835 Ulti-Mag. 12 ga. Mag. w/ camo thumbhole stock; Glenfield Marlin Model 10 .22; Remington Model 11 12 ga.; Stevens Marksman .22 falling block; Romanian M69 .22; Savage Mark II .22; Marlin 25N .22; K-Mart Corp. 151 .22; Remington Model 24 .22; Winchester 1887 12 ga.; Remington Model 550-1 .22; Jost & Diehl underlever 16 ga. SxS; Thomas Parker exposed hammer 12 ga. SxS; Remington 510 Targetmaster .22; Stevens 5100 16 ga. SxS; Marlin 995 .22; Savage Stevens 58B .410; Marlin Model 60 .22; S&W 29-4 .44 mag. revolver 5 ¾”; High Standard Model H-D military .22; S&W K Frame .22 revolver; S&W 686-5 .357 mag. revolver 4 1/8” SS; S&W 48-4 .22 MRF revolver 4”; J. Stevens single shot .22; Savage 1915 .380; Savage 1907 32 ACP; S&W safety hammerless 32 revolver OIB 3”; Iver Johnson top break 32 revolver OIB; Iver Johnson Model 1900 32 revolver OIB; Iver Johnson safety hammerless 38 revolver OIB. Note: Firearms will be offered at 10:00 a.m. and sold under Laughlin Auctions FFL. All federal and state laws apply.

FIREARM RELATED – AMMO: Selection of wood and synthetic handgun grips; Brownell tap & die set; firearm tools; handgun cases; gun cleaning kits; holsters; metal ammo boxes; speed loaders; ammunition includes 22-250, 25-35, 30-30, 222,30-40 Krag, 30-06, 303 Savage, 32-20, large selection of .22, 45 auto, 44 Rem. mag., 357 mag., .380, 32 S&W, 28 ga., .410 plus other ammo not listed. Note: Firearm related will be offered after firearms. 

KNIVES – FISH MOUNTS: Buck gold etched Civil War Battles Commemorative knives include New Market, Brandy Station, First Manassas, Chancellorsville, Seven Days Battle; Buck Desert Storm Limited Edition knives include Army, Marines, Air Force, Navy, Desert Storm Veteran, Desert Storm/Persian Gulf; fish mounts include trout, large and small mouth bass, perch plus others.  or

TERMS: Cash or check w/2 IDs. MasterCard & Visa Accepted (3% Buyers Premium waived on all cash & check purchases)  

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