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Auctioneer KIMBALL M STERLING INC ANTIQUES(TFL-1915) 423-928-1471
Auction Date Jul 22 Auction
Location
125 W MARKET ST
JOHNSON CITY, TN
Time 01:00PM
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Collectors Carousel Estates Auction
Sunday July 22  1 pm (Preview 10 am)
125 West Market St.
Johnson City, Tn. 37604

 The first 226 lots will be by catalogue then we will sell over 200 more.

Link for catalogue section of the auction:
https://www.bidsquare.com/auctions/kimball-sterling/collectors-carousel-estates-auction-3311/catalog

This will be Sunday sale. Advertising, Tennessee furniture, Large bronzes,  
electric full orchestration player piano,George III Mahogany Secretary 
Desk With Bookcase, Heriz carpet 18th Century life size bronzes, antique 
cast iron jockeys, brass cash register, fine antique jewelry, canes and 
cane handles, country store items including showcases and other store 
items, black memorabilia, pedal cars,8' Jolly Green giant, early child's 
farm wagon,Collection of important African American oil paintings, early 
oil paintings, country furniture, one horse sleigh, art glass 
lamps,child's horse barber chair,large iron parlor stove, organola, 
Collection of straight razors including pearl and nude, best Paul Casey 
powder horn that was ever carved, local grooved Indian axes, 14kt 
gold hunting case watch,emerald and diamond ring, Meissen coffee set with 
large matching platter,Art Deco counter-top figural shoe display, 
Collection of Ron Slagle vintage pottery nude pitchers, Chase chrome and 
Bakelite magazine rack, Rare slabed bust dollar, Civil War tintypes and 
photographs, collection of pearl knives consisting of fruit, melon and 
others, Case knives, Antique jade jewelry, White gold diamond bow 
broach,Turnbull and Asser enamel cuff links , sterling flatware serving 
pieces,hurdy gurdy  folk art cart,Pepsi cast iron stand,  Large Mettlach 
punch bowl, Mint Woodstock 1992 leather jacket, ladies gold braclets, 
French mirror,Tydol banner,Vintage framed posters, large acid etched three 
piece glass with sporting scenes,Large bare breasted German carved female 
figure with beer taps,massive shop made bear trap, Mint Haywood Wakefeld 
dining and bedroom furniture ( blonde), Shaving stand, local empire chest,
antique Persian carpets, Art Deco bar with marble tops, Ralph 
chair,Contents of a very upscale home with poster beds and more

"TURNBULL'S ICE CREAM CONE" TIN STORAGE CONTAINER IN FINE CONDITION, 16" X 
26 1/2" 
"HUNT'S ICE CREAM" FLANGE TIN SIGN, ca 1955 FINE CONDITION BOTH SIDES, 21" 
X 14"
MILLINERY ADVERTISING SIGN, ca 1900, A FRAMED CARDBOARD POSTER SIGN FOR 
RELIANCE HOOKS AND EYES, TEAR IN BOTTOM CORNER OTHERWISE NICE CONDITION 
12"X22"
EQUESTRIAN WEATHER VANE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY, A SHOP MADE SHEET METAL VANE 
WITH A FERRIER SHOEING A HORSE, FINE CONDITION, 19" X 34"
COUNTRY STORE OAK DISPLAY CASE, EARLY 20TH CENTURY, A SLIDING DOOR CASE 
WITH THREE GLASS SIDES AND A SOLID BACK, GLASS SHELVES AND A FLOURESCENT 
LIGHT HAVE BEEN ADDED, "DUDLEY & COMPANY, MNF" 26" X 77" X 58"
FIVE ORIGINAL STICKLEY DECALS, WHICH ARE IN A PAIR OF ARTS AND CRAFTS 
STYLE OAK, DECALS ARE 1.5" AND ARE IN FINE CONDITION
METAL DRESS SIGN, WHICH IS CUSTOM PAINTED, PROBABLY 1940S, 22"X12"
CANE/UMBRELLA COUNTRY STORE WALNUT DISPLAY CASE, "F.C. JORGESON" LIFT TOP 
SHOWCASE WITH 48 DIVIDED SPACES, FINE CONDITION ON CASTERS, 22"X18"X49"
SILVER EAGLE BUS ADVERTISING, A METAL EAGLE IN FINE CONDITION, WHICH WAS 
PROBABLY REMOVED FROM A CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS BUS, 37"X18"
"MASCARO TONIQUE" BY MATILDA HARPER, 4 GAL JUG WITH SOME CRESSING. HARPER 
WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN BEAUTY SHOP AND HAIR PRODUCTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, 
12"X16"
ART GLASS LAMP, DATED 1999 BY J.CLEAMNNA? (6458-4965), BRASS FIXTURES
MATTLACH PUNCH BOWL #2633, ALSO MARKED ON THE UNDERPLATE IS 73-00 AND IT 
HAS BEEN REPAIRED WITH A PROFESSIONAL STAPLE REPAIR, THE BOWL IS ALSO 
MARKED 99-13 AND IS IN FINE CONDITION AS IS THE TOP UNDERPLATE DIMENSIONS 
17", BOWL 14"X13" 
HORSESHOE CLOTHES WRINGER, AN ORIGINAL WOOD AND IRON CLOTHES WRINGER #381, 
"EXTRA HIGH GRADE UNIVERSAL WRINGER" DIMENSIONS 14"X14" PLUS 12" HANDLE
CABLE DRIVEN 19TH CENTURY WOOD AND BRASS BELLOWS, WORKING CONDITION, BUT 
CABLE NEEDS TIGHTENING 24"X5 1/2"
HALF GALLON ADVERTISING JUG "MCCARTY'S OIL CITY, PA" FINE CONDITION 6"X9 
1/2"
ARAPAJO PLASTER CIGAR STORE FIGURE ca 1900, FINE CONDITION WITH MINOR 
CHIPPING AND PAINT LOSS 13"X22"
HURDY GURDY CART?, WONDERFUL FOLKART HURDY GURDY CART WHICH IS VIBRANT 
WITH MULTIPLE COLORS AND DECORATIONS, ORIGINAL PAINT THROUGHOUT IN FINE 
CONDITION AND A TREASURE FOR THOSE READY TO START THEIR BUSINESS, EARLY 
20TH CENTURY 37"X17"X39" (CART ONLY, HIDDEN COMPARTMENT IN REAR)
BARE-BREASTED FIRED POTTERY GARDEN SEAT, EXTERIOR IS PORCELAIN FIRED WITH 
A HIGH GLAZE, ASSORTED COLORS AND DECORATION, FINE CONDITION, PROBABLY 
EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY 20"X17"X22" 
BARE-BREASTED FIRED POTTERY GARDEN SEAT, EXTERIOR IS PORCELAIN FIRED WITH 
A HIGH GLAZE, ASSORTED COLORS AND DECORATION, FINE CONDITION, PROBABLY 
EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY 20"X17"X22" 
MUSIC BOX HARP, A SIX STRING HARP WHICH HAS A WINDING MUSIC BOX IN THE 
REAR WITH AN ON/OFF LEVER, THE STRINGS ON THE HARP ARE C,D,E,F,G,A, "B" 
STRING IS MISSING, THERE HAS BEEN A SEPERATING IN A GLUE JOINT, BUT THE 
HARP IS STILL FIRM AND PLAYABLE. ORIGINAL FINISH, EARLY 20TH CENTURY, 
29"X15"
BARE-BREASTED FOLKART BEER TAP, A VERY UNUSUAL WOOD CARVING WITH PAINT AND 
A REMOVABLE BACKDOOR, THE BREAST HAVE FITTINGS FOR BEER TAPS, 98% ORIGINAL 
PAINT, HIGH RELEIF CARVING IN HAIR, USE AS A BEER TAP OR ANYTHING YOU WANT 
IT TO BE, BUT A TRUE CONVERSATION PIECE,  45"X28"X17" (CUP SIZE XXXX)
RESTORED BRASS #333 CASH REGISTER IN WORKING CONDITION, MARBLE SERVICE 
TRAY HAS BEEN BROKEN IN A STRAIGHT LINE ABOUT 4 INCHES FROM THE LEFT SIDE 
OF THE REGISTER, BUT A VERY NICE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER, NICE RESTORED 
WOOD PLATFORM BASE, 16"X18", OVERALL H 25"
PAIR OF LIFE SIZE TEMPLE STYLE BRONZES, THE FIGURES HAVE LARGE BRASS 
EARRINGS AND LONG WRAPPED PONYTAILS, THEY ARE IDENTICAL EVEN DOWN TO THE 
LOIN CLOTHE, ca 1930-1960 DEIMENSIONS: 37"X16"X20"
ART NOUVEAU BLANC DE CHEIN PORCELAIN STATUE, DEPICTS MAYBE "REBECCA AT THE 
WELL" OR JUST A BEAUTIFUL GIRL, FINE CONDITION 20TH CENTURY, 38"X16"
CAST IRON LAWN JOCKEY WITH UMBRELLA, 43"X12" TO THE TIP OF UMBRELLA, NICE 
PAINT AND READY TO WIRE IF YOU DESIRE TO ATTACH A LIGHT
CAST IRON LIGHTED LAWN JOCKEY, 38"X17", NICE PAINT MID 20TH CENTURY
ANTIQUE POGO STICK, LATE 19TH CENTURY, A WOOD AND IRON WORKING POGO STICK 
WITH ORIGINAL FEET REST, 37"X8"
STEWART FULL ORCHESTRATION WORKING ELECTRIFIED PLAYER PIANO, WINGED 
GRIFFIN CARVED SUPPORT LEGS, LIGHTED STAINED GLASS TOP, THE INSTRUMENT HAS 
A TAMBOURINE, WOOD BLOCK, TRIANGLE, DRUM, AND ACCORDIAN. ALL ARE IN 
WORKING CONDITION, CASE HAS A NICE PATINA AND THREE CONTEMPORARY ROLLS OF 
CHRISTMAS AND OTHER USIC ACCOMPANY THIS PIANO. THERE IS A SMALL BELLOWS TO 
THE LEFT OF THE TOP REEL, WHICH MAY BE USED TO REWIND, THE COIN MECHANISM 
IS WORKING, BUT THE PIANO MAY ALSO BE PUT ON FREE PLAY. 27"X52"X63"
AFRICAN AMERICAN OIL PAINTING, "THE OLD KENTUCKY HOME" A FOLKIE REALISTIC 
OIL ON CANVAS DEPICTING A BANJO PLAYER CENTERSTAGE, (SIGNED: W.GAW? 1902) 
TITLED "MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME" ON BOTTOM LEFT, MINOR PAINT CHIPPING "3%", 
PAINTING COULD USE A CLEANING AND RE-STRETCHING, FRAME IS CONTEMPORARY TO 
THE PAINTING, 30"X24" WITH 3"FRAME
AFRICAN AMERICAN ADVERTISING POSTER, FRAMED "SLICK BACK" BEAUTY SHOP/HAIR 
PRODUCT CARDBOARD SIGN, WITH MINOR CREASING ON BOTTOM LEFT, MATTED AND 
FRAMED WITH VIBRANT COLOR. 10"X16" WITH 3.5" MATTED FRAME
AFRICAN AMERICAN OIL PAINTING, A MID 19TH CENTURY OIL PAINTING OF A "BLACK 
MAMMY" STYLE CHARACTER WHICH APPEARS TO BE HEADED TO CHURCH, UNSIGNED, 
NICE VIBRANT COLORS, PROFESSIONALLY RESTORED PAINTING, WICH HAS BEEN WAXED 
AND VARNISHED WITH A SILVER DOLLAR SIZED HOLE TO THE RIGHT OF HER BACK, 
WHICH HAS BEEN REPAIRED 15"X21 1/2" WITH A 2" FRAME
Jade Pendate ,White Gold
AFRICAN AMERICAN SHEET MUSIC, A COLORFUL FRAMED BLACK BANJO PLAYER TITLED 
"DOWN ON DE LEVEE", TWO SMALL TEARS ON THE RIGHT SIDE, BUT PRACTICLY 
DISAPPEAR DUE TO THE PRESSING OF THE OVER GLASS, 11"X14" WITH 3 1/2" 
MATTED FRAME
COUNTRY STORE ADVERTISING SIGN, "J. & P. COATS SPOOL COTTON" PAPER 
ADVERTISING SIGN DEPICTING GULLIVER AND THE LILLIPUTIANS, COLOR IS FINE 
BUT THERE IS A TOP TO BOTTOM CREASE ACROSS THE LEFT SIDE, BUT STILL VERY 
ACCEPTIBLE FOR A COLLECTION DUE TO THE GLASS PRESS ATOP 24"X19" WITH 2" 
FRAME
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING SIGN WITH AFRICAN AMERICAN INFLUENCE, A CARDBOARD 
"TOKIO CIGARETTES" SIGN STILL WITH VIBRANT COLORS, SOME CREASING 
THROUGHOUT AND A SMALL SECTION ABOUT THE SIZE OF A CHAPSTICK UNDER THE 
WORD SMOKE WHICH IS MISSING, "TOKIO CIGARETTES" IS MARKED ON THE BOTTOM OF 
THE ORIGINAL WOOD FRAME, A FEW MARKS AND CREASING HERE AND THERE 
THROUGHOUT THE CARDBOARD, BUT VERY ACCEPTIBLE 33"X25"
RESTORED LANDSCAPE OIL PAINTING, ARTIST UNKNOWN, A LARGE SOUTHWEST STYLE 
LANDSCAPE WITH SNOWCAPPED MOUNTAINS AND NATIVE PLANTS, NO FRAME AND READY 
TO HANG ON THE WALL, VIBRANT COLORS 31 1/2"X54"
COUNTRY STORE ADVERTISING TIN SIGN, AN UNUSUAL EMBOSSED SIGN ADVERTISING 
"STARVED ROOSTER" FARM MACHINERY, THE SIGN HAS SOME RUST DAMAGE ON THE 
RIGHT SIDE WHICH IS ABOUT 10%, SIGN HAS TWO NAIL HOLES ATOP WHICH HAVE 
MINOR PAINT LOSS, A VERY RARE AND HARD TO FIND SIGN  20"X14" WITH 1 1/2" 
FRAME
OIL PAINTING OF AN ARAB ON A HORSE, ca 1900, A SMALL OIL ON CANVAS, WHICH 
IS IN FINE CONDITION BUT NEEDS A CLEANING, APPEARS TO BE SIGNED ON L.R. 
BUT IS UNREADABLE 8"X10" IN 1 1/4" FRAME
OIL ON CANVAS OF A SCRIBE, ca 1870, A RESTORED PAINTING WITH ALLIGATORING 
THROUGHOUT THE CANVAS, SIGNATURE CANNOT BE SEEN ON THE CANVAS, BUT ON THE 
REAR STRETCHER IT IS SIGNED S. FLFGNER, ORNATE FRAME 12 1/2"X16" WITH 4 
1/2" FRAME
CIGAREETE ADVERTISING TIN SIGN, MID CENTURY, A COLORFUL CHESTERFIELD 
ADVERTISING SIGN WITH VERY MINOR DAMAGE WHICH CAN BE SEEN IN THE PHOTO, 
VIBRANT COLOR 23 1/2"X17 3/4"
CIGARETTE FATIMA GLASS SIGN, ca 1900, A REVERSE PAINTED CIGAR SHOP SIGN 
WHICH IS MISSING SOME OF ITS BACK PAPER WITH AN ACCEPTABLE CRACK IN THE 
CORNER WHICH MAY BE SEEN IN THE PHOTOS, NICE VIBRANT COLORS 14"X6"
ROLLER ORGAN #728 MUSIC BOX IN FINE WORKING CONDITION, ca 1940, THE 
INSTRUMENT RETAINS 98% OF ITS ORIGINAL PAINT, PLAYS FOUR SONGS INCLUDING: 
"MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE, THE BAND PLAYED ON, AND BOTH PARTS OF 
CIELITO", ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE INSTRUMENT THERE'S A CIRCLE WITH THE 
NUMBERS 1,2,3,4 WHICH IS PROBABLY AN INDICATOR OF WHICH SONG IS PLAYING, 
THE CENTER INDICATOR IS NOT THERE, ALL YOU NEED IS A MONKEY.  DIMENSIONS 
15"X8"X15 1/4"
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CHILD'S SNOW SLED STROLLER, ca 1880, A NICE ORIGINAL SNOW OR ICE SKATING 
STROLLER WITH 95% OF ITS ORIGINAL PAINT AND ORIGINAL WOOD AND IRON 
RUNNERS, THE STRAW-FILLED SEAT STILL RETAINS ITS ORIGINAL FABRIC, FANCY 
TURNED HARDWOOD HANDLE AND BENT WOOD SHAFTS  36"X14 1/2"X20 1/2" WITH 20 
1/2" HANDLE
JOE CAMEL TIN MARKET CIGARETTE SIGN, DATED 1992, NICE VIBRANT COLORS, 
MINOR SCRATCH HORIZONTALLY THROUGH THE "M" ATOP, ORIGINAL FRAME DATED 1992 
45 1/2"X30 1/2"
JOE CAMEL TIN MARKET TWO-SIDED CIGARETTE SIGN, DATED 1992, NICE VIBRANT 
COLORS,  ORIGINAL FRAME DATED 1992 25"X30"
JAZZ CLUB WALL DECORATION, A UNIQUE TWO PIECE SIGN WHICH APPEARS TO BE 
SHELLACKED OVER PAINT WORK ON A THICK MASONITE, THERE IS A WHITE MARQUEE 
ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE SIGN WHICH SAYS "JAZZ IS BRASS CUSSIN, PEOPLE 
KICKIN, JIVE, TALKIN SMACK, LIVIN HIGH ON, "THE ANTY UP"PEOPLE WAILIN LIKE 
NIGHTS....., JAZZ IS PART HERS FOR LIFE, -BABY", MID CENTURY, NICE VIBRANT 
JAZZY COLORS, ORAL LEGEND HAS IT THAT THIS PIECE CAME FROM A JAZZ CLUB IN 
CINCINATTI, OHIO, A FINE SILHUOETTE PAINTING WITH FOUR MUSICIANS AND ONE 
FEMALE SINGER, THE PAIR CAN BE HUNG TOGETHER OR SEPERATED  48"X27" (EACH) 
COUNTRY STORE CHEESE DISPLAY, A CREAM POTTERY COUNTER-TOP CHEESE P.O.S. 
ITEM, FINE CONDITION WITH ORIGINAL GLASS TOP, "REID, MURDOCH & CO," 13 
1/2" ROUND 8" TALL
TYDOL GASOLINE ADVERTISING BANNER, MID CENTURY, A SCREEN PAINTED BANNER IN 
VERY FINE CONDITION (PROBABLY NEVER USED) WITH VIBRANT COLORS, BANNER 
DEPICTS A COUPLE DRIVING AND A GAS ATTENDANT WITH A PAIR OF PUMPS, 81"X33"
"FAVORITE "#913 CAST IRON COUNTRY STORE STOVE, LATE 19TH CENTURY, AN 
ORIGINAL LARGE PARLOR STOVE WHICH HAS REPLACEMENT PLASTIC "GLASS", ONLY 
PROBLEM WITH STOVE IS THAT THE TOP HINGE ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF STOVE IS 
MISSING, BUT THAT DOOR STAYS ON, ORIGINAL EMBLEM ON TOP, WITH A LITTLE 
WELDING WORK ON THAT HINGE AND THE GLASS REPLACED, THIS STOVE IS VERY 
USABLE AS A WOOD STOVE, BUT BY REMOVING THE PLASTIC, IT WOULD MAKE A NICE 
UNVENTED GAS FIREPLACE, 27"X22"X64"
CANE/WALKING-STICK/UMBRELLA HANDLES, FOUR VINTAGE HANDLES
CANE/WALKING-STICK/UMBRELLA HANDLES, FOUR VINTAGE HANDLES
CANE/WALKING-STICK/UMBRELLA HANDLES, THREE HANDLES INCLUDING WALRUS IVORY, 
BONE, AND GOLD-FILLED
CANE/WALKING-STICK/UMBRELLA HANDLES, FOUR VINTAGE HANDLES
CANE/WALKING-STICK/UMBRELLA HANDLES, FOUR VINTAGE HANDLES, FOUR HANDLES 
INCLUDE, CLOISSENAI, MOTHER OF PEARL, AND TWO
CANE/WALKING-STICK/UMBRELLA HANDLES, SIX VINTAGE HANDLES INCLUDES A HORNED 
DOG WITH RHINESTONE EYES,  SILVER INLAID HORN, ETC.
ART NOUVEAU WALRUS TUSK CANE/UMBRELLA HANDLE, ca 1890, A BEAUTIFULLY 
CARVED ART NOUVEAU LADY WITH FLOWERS, CARVED FULL FRONTAL AND PARTIALLY 
CARVED ON REAR, ORIGINAL GOLD-FILLED ORNATE COLLAR, FINE CONDITION 12"X2 
1/2"
CANES, PAIR OF SOLID GLASS CANES IN FINE CONDITION O.L. IS 36"
CANES, CROOK HANDLE HORN CANE WITH ORNATE SILVER COLLAR AND HORSESHOES 
CARVED THROUGHOUT THE HARD WOOD SHAFT, O.L.  36", A CAPBUSTER CANE, 
PATENTED 1904, CAST IRON,  NEED A LITTLE WD-40 TO FREE UP, O.L. 30"
CANES, WORLD'S FAIR CANE, 1933, BY HAYWOOD WAKEFIELD O.L. 32", CROOK 
HANDLE WITH AN EMBOSSED COPPER BAND "KENVURG" O.L. 36"
CANES/UMBRELLA HANDLES, FOUR CANES, CARVED STAG WITH A FULLY DRESSED ASIAN 
CHARACTER WITH A LONG BEARD, SILVER ROUND KNOB EAGLE TOPPED, HORN WITH 
GERMAN SILVER DOTS AND A SILVER PLATED HANDLE WITH BIRDS AND BUTTERFLY AVG 
LENGTH 36"
ROYCROFT CANE, AN ORIGINAL CANE WITH THE ROYCROFT SYMBOL INCISED AT THE 
TOP OF THE SHAFT, DRILLED LANYARD HOLE, ORIGINAL PATINA, OAK SHAFT AND 
NEVER HAD A FERREL, O.L. 36"
CANES, A PAIR OF FOLKART CANES, THE FIRST BEING A CROOK HANDLE WITH NATIVE 
AMERICAN SWASTIKAS SIGNED TASMOD PARK, CA. ,JUNE 3RD 1922, THE SECOND 
BEING A MEXICAN FOLKART CANE WITH EAGLE AND CHIP CARVED DECORATION, A.L. 
35"
CANE, GROUP OF SIX VARIOUS CANES WITH AN A.L. OF 35"
CANES, AN ASSORTED GROUP OF SEVEN CANES AND ONE SHAFT INCLUDING ONE 
CARNIVAL CANE A.L.
UMBRELLA, A GROUP OF FOUR VINTAGE UMBRELLAS, ALL NEED NEW COVERS
FOLKART DOG CANE, ca 1930, A CARVED TERRIER WITH ITS ORIGINAL LANYARD, 
METAL COLLAR, NATURAL TWIG SHAFT, AND A BRASS FERREL, O.L. 33"
UMBRELLAS, THREE ANTIQUE UMBRELLAS WHICH ALL NEED COVERS
AFRICAN AMERICN FOLK CANE, MID-LATE 20TH CENTURY, A ONE PIECE CARVED CANE 
DEPICTING AN AFRICAN AMERICAN WITH 60% OF THE ORIGINAL PAINT AND A METAL 
FERREL, O.L. 42"
AUTOMITON CASED MUMMY HEAD, AN UNUSUAL PRESENTATION, PROBABLY EARLY 20TH 
CENTURY, OF A MUMMY HEAD WITH MOVEABLE EYE LIDS, A LEVER IN THE FRONT OF 
THE CASE OPERATES THE LID UP AND DOWN. THE MECHANISM NEEDS A LITTLE 
TWEAKING TO BE PERFECT, WALNUT AND GLASS CASE WITH ORIGINAL FINISH 
13"X13"X17"
MILKSHAKE HAMILTON BEACH #18, WORKING MACHINE WITH ORIGINAL CHROME CUP, 
CAST IRON BLACK ENAMEL STAND WITH ORIGINAL PLAQUE ON FRONT 6"X7 3/4"X18 
1/2"
CHILD'S BARBER CHAIR, A CHILD'S PORCELAIN AND CHROME BARBER CHAIR WITH A 
MATCHING PORCELAIN HORSE HEAD, WOODEN HANDLES, NICE CONDITION, PROBABLY 
1930s, CHAIR IS 43" TALL BY 22" WIDE BY 26" DEEP, HORSE HEAD IS 9"X16"X5"
PEPSI-COLA CAST IRON STREET SIGN BASE, FINE ORIGINAL CONDITION, 24"X22"
BURMESE RAIN DRUM, BELL BRONZE IS FULLY ETCHED WITH TYPICAL STACKED FROGS 
ACROSS THE TOP AND THREE ELEPHANTS ON ONE SIDE.  PROBABLY A 19TH CENTURY, 
BUT COULD BE EARLIER (WE ARE NOT EXPERTS IN THIS FIELD) DIAM. IS 27" AND 
STANDS 21" MINOR BUT ACCEPTIBLE DAMAGE DUE TO AGE
MARBLE PEDESTAL, A THREE PIECE BEAUTIFULLY COLORED MARBLE PEDESTAL IN FINE 
CONDITION ca 1870, 13 1/4"X13 1/4"X34"
PEPSI-COLA PEDAL CAR, A RESTORED MURRAY FANTASY PEPSI CAR IN FINE 
CONDITION, WITH GOOD TIRES AND CHROME PARTS, 36"X16"X22"
ONE HORSE ANTIQUE SLEIGH WITH YELLOW KID PAINTING ON REAR, LATE 19TH 
CENTURY, ORIGINAL PAINT WITH HORSEHAIR AND FABRIC SEAT, POST SLEIGH YELLOW 
KID PAINTING DECORATION ON REAR SEAT, GOOD RUNNERS AND STILL VERY USABLE, 
STORAGE TRUNK IN REAR 39"X74"X45"
BRONZE BEAR FAMILY, PROBABLY 50 YEARS OLD, THREE CUBS PLAYING WITH THEIR 
MOTHER, FINE CONDITION THROUGGHOUT, NICE PATINA  62"X44"X40"
PAIR OF COUNTRY ROCKERS, TWO EARLY SHAKER STYLE/COUNTRY ROCKERS, ONE WITH 
TIGER MAPLE HANDLES, THE OTHER WITH AFTER MARKET BUTTERMILK PAINT AND 
REPAIRED SEAT
JOLLY GREEN GIANT STORE ADVERTISING FIGURE, A TWO PIECE STURDY STYROFOAM 
FIGURE WITH ORIGINAL GREEN PAINT AND MINOR PAINT LOSS, 7'X3'X12"
BEAR TRAP, A MASSIVE HANDMADE IRON BEAR TRAP, WORKING CONDITION AND HAS 
BEEN REPAINTED, 68" LONG
PIANO ROLLS, APPRX 90 ROLES IN ORIGINAL BOXES, INCLUDING AMPICO- FROM THE 
AMERICAN PIANO COMPANY, QRS ROLLS, SMALL GROUP OF SIX EDISON CYLINDER 
RECORDS, ETC. 
VICTORIAN STYLE POOL TABLE, A "BILLIARETTE TABLE" WHICH WAS MADE IN 
CHICAGO, DATED NOV, 17, 1931, COIN OPERATED WITH CAST NICKLE SILVER POCKET 
COVERS, EACH SIDE OF TABLE HAS A POOL CUE RACK, NICE ORIGINAL CONDITION 
AND READY TO PLAY
AFRICAN AMERICAN CAST IRON ANDIRONS, MID 19TH CENTURY, A NICE ORIGINAL SET 
WHICH IS COMPLETE, THEY HAVE THEIR ORIGINAL PATINA AND SURFACE, H. 20" W. 
19"
AFRICAN AMERICAN HUSBAND/WIFE ANDIRONS, MID 19TH CENTURY, A NICE ORIGINAL 
SET OF HIS AND HERS WITH ORIGINAL PATINA, ORIGINAL CAST IRON FIGURES AND 
LOG HOLDERS, H. 16" W. 17"
LEADED GLASS PARLOR LAMP, ca 1875, AN ELECTRIFIED ORNATE BRONZE FOOTED 
BASE WITH A POST MANUFACTURED LEADED GLASS SHADE, WORKING CONDITION, 
OVERALL FINE CONDITION EXCEPT NEEDS A GOOD CLEANING. H. 17" W. 12"
Case Pocket Knives
CAST BRASS CANDLE SCONCE MIRROR, ca 1900, AN ORNATE CAST SCONCE IN FINE 
CONDITION, MIRROR HAS PROBABLY BEEN REPLACED, 19"X13"
OAK WHISKEY BARREL, FINE CONDITION WITH IRON STRAP HINGES WHICH RETAINS 
95% OF ITS ORIGINAL OLIVE PAINT, NO APPARENT MARKINGS, BUT AS FAR AS 
BARRELS GO, IS IN FINE CONDITION, 35"X24"
COUNTRY STORE PLATFORM SCALE WITH WEIGHTS, LATE 19TH CENTURY, RETAINS MOST 
OF ITS ORIGINAL PAINT AND IS IN WORKING CONDITION, 27"X22"
OAK BOOKCASE, AN ORIGINAL GLASS FRONT OAK BOOKCASE WITH ORIGINAL WAVEY 
GLASS AND THREE SHELVES AND CASTERS, 31"X13"54"
OAK CABINET/BOOKCASE, TIGER OAK FRONT WITH THREE DOORS WHICH RETAIN THIR 
ORIGINAL GLASS, FOUR SHELVES AND BRASS HARDWARE, CHISEL CARVED DECORATION 
ON EACH CORNER, 57"X61"X13"
Paul Casey Powder Horn
RADIO FLYER WAGON, VERY NICE CONDITION, PROBABLY 25-30 YEARS OLD, PROBABLY 
ORIGINAL WITH NICE BRIGHT PAINT, 36"X17"X16"
PEDAL CAR DUMP TRAILER MADE BY MURRAY, FINE CONDITION WITH ORIGINAL PAINT, 
30"X12" 
VICTORIAN ANGEL OIL PAINTING, ca 1875, A LARGE OIL ON CANVAS, WHICH HAS 
HAD ABOUT FIVE SMALL TEARS REPAIRED, COULD USE A GOOD CLEANING, PORTRAYS 
AN ANGEL BAND PLAYING FOR A SMALL BABY IN A CRADLE, A NICE GENRE PAINTING 
WITH A PERIOD FRAME, 45"X33" WITH A 4 1/2" FRAME
HARRY ROSELAND (AMERICAN, 1867-1950), PLANTATION KITCHEN WITH A BLACK 
MAMMY, CAT AND FEMALE ARISTOCRAT, SIGNED "HARRY ROSELAND" LOWER LEFT, FINE 
CONDITION BUT COULD USE A CLEANING, 30"X 24" WITH A NICE ORIGINAL 4" 
GOLDLEAF FRAME
MID 19TH CENTURY, UNSIGNED, A RESTORED LINED CANVAS WITH AN UGLY LONG-
HAIRED WHITE OLD MAN LOOKING UPON A YOUNG AFRICAN AMERICAN FIDDLE PLAYER, 
NICE ORIGINAL GOLD-LEAF FRAME, 17" X 14" WITH 3" FRAME
ca 1965, A FRAMED PAIR OF "MULHER DE S. SALVADOR, CONGO DRAWINGS, DRAWINGS 
ARE SIGNED HOWEVER, 4ERREIRA, GALLERY FRAMED AND MATTED WITH CONTEMPORARY 
GOLD FRAMES, 14" X 10" WITH 4" MATTED FRAME
A UNIQUE SKETCH BY "MANDOLIN COLBY" OF A LADY IN HER SUNDAY BEST, SINGING 
FROM A HYMNAL, MATTED BUT NOT FRAMED, MID - LATE 20TH CENTURY, 9" X 11" 
WITH 3 1/2" MATTE
A GROUP OF FOUR PAINTINGS AND ONE NEEDLE POINT, WHICH ARE ALL FRAMED AND 
BY VARIOUS ARTISTS, SMALLEST IS 9" X 6" WITH 3" FRAME, LARGEST IS 14" X 
15" WITH 4 1/2" DOUBLE MATTED FRAME
AN UNIDENTIFIED GENTLEMAN WEARING A KEPI WITH AN UNMARKED UNIFORM HOLDING 
A LARGE PERCUSSION REVOLVER, 1/8 PLATE FOUND IN JONESBOROUGH, TN, HALF OF 
LEATHER CASE STILL REMAINS
1/8 PLATE, IN FINE CONDITION, WITH A GENTLEMAN RIDING A CAMEL BEING LED BY 
A YOUNG BOY
Wiard of guns at D C park ,H L. Stuart leaning on tree 1862, Brady Photo, 
-Other two are General Lovel l Rousseau, 5th Ky. Vol.(One is tintype)
Original CW photo, June 7th 1863, Union Battery fires on CSA troops at 
Mansfield Plantation near Smithville , Va.7.5 x 9 3/16, Featured in A. 
Gardners Sketchbook of the Civil War
Original Slave Pen Alexander Va. , August 1863, Neg by Wm R. Pyell. 
Featured in Garner's book,7.5 x 9 3/16
Breaking Camp Brandy Station 1864, Featured in Gardners book,7.5 x 9 3/16
Wagon Park Brandy Station Va., May 1863, Featured in Garners book  7.5 x 9 
3/16
Blind  Wythe stepback cupboard, original finish, 
Lollipop rocker , original finish, fine condition
Lollipop parlor chair, original finish, fine condition
A12740 fancy sterling pedestal bowl, fine condition, 12.5 x 3 1/2 ,40.9 
troy , circa 1925
Herman Miller Chair
East Tennessee  stone lot including various instruments and weapons
East Tennessee  stone lot including various instruments and weapons
THREE PIECES OF HAYWOOD-WAKEFIELD WHICH HAVE BEEN OWNED BY THE SAME PERSON 
FROM THE BEGINNING, VERY FINE CONDITION, UNUSUAL ABOUT THESE THREE PIECES 
IS THAT THERE IS A KING SIZED HEADBOARD 
AN ORIGINAL HAYWOOD-WAKEFIELD DINING SUITE, BEING SOLD BY THE ORIGINAL 
PURCHASER, VERY FINE CONDTION
A HAYWOOD-WAKEFIELD DESK BEING SOLD BY ITS ORIGINAL PURCHASER, FINE 
CONDITION
A DOUBLE GROOVED STONE AXE (AUTHENTICITY IS GUARENTEED ON ALL AXES), FOUND 
IN WASHINGTON COUNTY TENNESSEE, MINOR CHIPPING AS EXPECTED, WITH ORIGINAL 
PATINA, 5 1/2" X 4 1/4" X 2 3/4"
A LARGE DOUBLE GROOVED STONE AXE IN FINE CONDITION, FOUND IN SCOTT COUNTY, 
VIRGINIA, 7 1/4" X 4 3/4" X 3 1/2"
A GROOVED STONE AXE, FINE CONDITION, FOUND NEAR THE NOLICHUCKY RIVER IN 
UNICOI COUNTY, TENNESSEE, 4 3/4" X 2 1/2" X 1 1/2"
A PAIR OF EAST TENNESSEE FOUND GROOVED AXES
A 1942 SCORE CARD FROM A GAME WITH BOSTON, FINE CONDITION WITH ALL PAGES 
EXCEPT THE BINDING NEEDS TO BE RE-STAPLED, GREAT ADVERTISEMENTS 
THROUGHOUT, 6 7/8" X 10"
THIS 1930s SHOE DISPLAY COMES FROM "DANIEL GREEN LEISURE FOOTWEAR", A HIGH 
RELIEF LADY WEARING A FANCY LINGERIE PANTS SUIT AND HIGH-HEELED SHOES, 
RIGHT HAND HAS HAD SOME REPAIR AND VERY MINOR CRAZING THROUGHOUT, CAST 
IRON BASE AND A SHELF ATOP FOR SHOE SAMPLES, FORMER ARTDECO LA PROPHOUSE 
COLLECTION, 11 1/2" X 16" X 3"
THE BEST POWDER HORN THAT WAS EVER MADE, AND THE LARGEST, BY THE BUMPUS 
COVE FOLK ARTIST AND GUN MAKER, PAUL CASEY, A FAINT "PCC" MAY BE SEEN ON 
THE BOTTOM OF THE HORN, THIS AUCTIONEER, IN THE EARLY 1970s, SOLD 
PRACTICALLY EVERYTHING THAT HE MADE FOR TEN YEARS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, HE 
IS IN MANY PRIVATE COLLECTIONS AND TRADED CLOSELY AMONGST THOSE THAT KNOW, 
THE HIGH RELIEF HORNHAS A BUFFALO AND THREE TEE-PEES ON THE RANGE WITH 
ROCK MOUNDS AND THE REAR HAS A FLYING BALD EAGLE LANDING IN A MOUNTAINOUS 
REGION, A BUFFALO HEAD WITH GLASS EYES IS CARVED ON THE LARGER END AND 
ATTACHED BY BRASS TACKS, ON THE DISPENSING END OF THE HORN THERE ARE FIVE 
CONCENTRIC CHIP CARVED SPACERS WITH A POWDER PLUG IN THE SHAPE OF AN 
ARROWHEAD CARVED ALSO FROM HORN, LENGTH IS 25 1/2" DIAMETER IS 4 1/4", THE 
BUFFALO HEAD CAP IS 3" x 4 1/4" 
A MINT CONDITION CHROME AND BAKELIGHT REVERE RACK WITH A RED BAKELIGHT 
HANDLE WITH PLENTY OF SPRING TO HOLD MAGAZINES, SIGNED ON BOTTOM, 12" X 
18" X 8"
INGEBORG LUNDIN ARIEL TECHNIQUE VASE, DECORATED WITH AIR TRAPS IN A 
GEOMETRIC PATTERN, EARLY 1960s, "ORREFORS ARIEL Nr 202-E.3 INGEBORG 
LUNDIN" SIGNED IN SCRIPT ON THE BOTTOM OF THE VASE, MINT CONDITION WITH NO 
PROBLEMS, THIS ITEM COMES FROM THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER, COBALT BLUE WITH AN 
AMBER TINT ON THE TOP, 4 1/2" X 8 1/2"
A MID 19TH CENTURY CUT GLASS CASED PERFUME BOTTLE WITH A HINGED 18K GOLD 
LID, FINE CONDTION WITH NO CHIPS OR BREAKS, ORNATE GOLD COLLAR, DETAILED 
DECORATION STAMPING THROUGHOUT THE LID, ORIGINAL CRYSTAL STOPPER, COMES IN 
IT'S ORIGINAL HINGED LEATHER CASE WHICH IS IN VERY ACCEPTIBLE CONDITION 
WITH MINOR LOSS ATOP ONE SIDE, 3 1/2" X 1 1/2" X 1"
A MINT CONDITION WHITING DAVIS BLUE AND WHITE ENAMEL BAG IN ITS ORIGINAL 
BOX, WHICH HAS PROBABLY NEVER BEEN CARRIED, THE BOX IS MARKED #8466 AND 
CONTAINS AN ENVELOPE MARKED "MESHBRITE" WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO CLEAN THE 
BAG, THE ENVELOPE ALSO CONTAINS A SMALL METAL SLAB AND IT HAS NEVER BEEN 
OPENED, BAG IS 3 1/2" X 5 1/2"
FANCY PEARL RAZOR IN FINE CONDITION, BLADE IS ETCHED WADE & BUTCHER IN A 
SCROLL AND ALSO STAMPED ON THE UPPER SHAFT, WE DON'T THINK THIS RAZOR HAS 
EVER BEEN SHARPENED, O.L. 6 1/8", COMES IN ORIGINAL BOX
FIVE STRAIGHT RAZORS WITH VARIOUS HANDLES AND ONE WADSWORTH NUDE, ALL IN 
NICE CONDITION 
A MID 19TH CENTURY UNMARKED BUT TESTED ROSE GOLD PORTRAIT PIN, THE PLAQUE 
HAS A YOUNG LADY, WITH A FLOWER IN HER HAIR WITH EIGHTEEN SEED PEARLS 
CIRCLING, FLORENTINE WORK THROUGHOUT THE GOLD, WORKING AND LOCKING PIN, 1 
3/4" X 3/4"
THIS PIN IS DATED 1839 ON THE REAR AND ALSO HAS "IN MEMORY OF MY FATHER", 
PIN IS IN FINE CONDITION, BUT LATCH IS MISSING, MINOR ENAMEL LOSS AT THREE 
CORNERS, WOVEN HAIR CENTER, TESTED TO BE AT LEAST 14K GOLD
A HANDCRAFTED, TESTED, 18K GOLD LADIES JEWERY SUITE, INCLUDING 1 1/2" 
DIAMETER PIN WITH INTRICATE FILIGREE WORK WITH APPROX. TWENTY-THREE 
PEARLS, A 3/4" PENDANT WITH FILIGREE WORK AND ELEVEN PEARLS, AND A 
MATCHING PAIR OF 1/2" PIERCED EARRINGS WITH NINE PEARLS EACH (MISSING 
BACKS), THE SUIT COMES IN ITS ORIGINAL LINED BOX WHICH IS MARKED "LE 
TRIANON AVE. VE ITALIA, 405, HABANA", THIS STORE WAS THE MOST FAMOUS AND 
IMPORTANT JEWELRY STORE IN PRE-CASTRO HABANA, VERY FINE CONDITION, 
PROBABLY 60-90 YRS OLD, PEARLS AND GOLD TOGETHER WEIGH 17.9 grams
A NICE EXAMPLE OF THIS 14K GOLD LIGHTER, WHICH HAS A FEW MINOR DINGS BUT 
ACCEPTABLE, ALL ORIGINAL PARTS, JUST NEEDS A FLINT AND FLUID, MARKED 
DUNHILL WITH 14K GOLD JACKET ON THE BOTTOM, GOOD STRONG HINGE
PCGS F15 SLABBED (6878.15/20915725) 1799 SILVER DOLLAR
AN ORNATE FILIGREE MINT CARD CASE IN ITS ORIGINAL CARDBOARD AND SILK CASE, 
ACCORDING TO THE ACCOMPANYING NOTE, THE CASE WAS GIVEN BY A LADY'S BROTHER 
IN THAT LAST QUARTER OF THE 19TH CENTURY, 2 1/2" X 4" X 3/8" THE RIGHT 
SIDE OF THE CARDBOARD BOX NEEDS TO BE RE-ATTACHED
A 7 1/4" SPINACH JADE BRACELET, PROBABLY EARLY 20TH CENTURY, UNMARKED BUT 
TESTED 24K GOLD AND GUARENTEED TO BE 24K OR BETTER, FRESH OUT OF AN 
ESTATE, IT COMES FROM A BOX WHICH IS MARKED WERNER RIO DE JANEIRO, LEATHER 
BOX WITH INDICATIONS THAT THE BRACELET, DUE TO THE IMPRESSIONS, HAS ALWAYS 
BEEN IN THIS BOX, CENTER MEDALLION IS 1" IN DIAMETER
A COLLECTION OF FOURTEEN SILVER MINIATURES WITH THE LARGEST PIECE BEING A 
CHAIR THAT MEASURES 2 1/2" TALL, THE GROUP PROBABLY SPANS THE TIME PERIOD 
OF OVER 100 YRS, DIFFERENT QUALITIES OF SILVER
1 3/8" X 2 3/8" CARVED JADE PENDANT, TURN OF THE CENTURY OR BEFORE, WITH 
AN UNMARKED BUT TESTED 14K + KARAT GOLD MOUNTING, ORIGINAL SPRING PIN WITH 
LOCKING MECHANISM, FINE CONDITION
SEVEN VARIOUS PIECES IN FOUR DIFFERENT PATTERNS, APPROX. TWELVE OUNCES
A REDWARE HAND-THROWN FIELD HORN, FOUND IN GRAYSON COUNTY VIRGINIA, MID 
19TH CENTURY, PROBABLY USED TO CALL THE FIELD WORKERS IN TO LUNCH, ETC. 
18" X 4"
AN UNUSUAL CURIO 18K GOLD CARTIER WATCH, THE INTERIOR OF THE CASE HAS THE 
FOLLOWING NUMBERS "24620,418391", INTERIOR ALSO HAS THE NUMBER 22 AND TWO 
UNREADABLE TOUCH MARKS, THE WORKS ARE MARKED, "EUROPEAN WATCH & CLOCK 
COMPANY, SWISS, 15 JULES WITH THREE ADJUSTMENTS", DIAL IS MARKED "CARTIER 
FRANCE", 1 1/4" X 2"
SERIES OF 1922, NICE CONDITION BUT BILL HAS BEEN FOLDED
14K ROSE GOLD HUNTING CASE WATCH WITH PORCELAIN DIAL, "LEONVILLE LOCH" IS 
INCISED INTO THE WORK WITH THE NUMBER "5144", THE WATCH RUNS WHEN WOUND, 
NOT SURE ON THE SETTING MECHANISM, PORCELAIN DIAL, VERY FINE CONDITION, 1 
5/16"
14 K UNMARKED BUT TESTED GOLD CARVED MOONSTONE WHICH HAS BEEN EXPERTLY 
CARVED IN HIGH RELIEF WITH WHAT APPEARS TO BE THE "MAN IN THE MOON", FOUR 
FIVE-POINT FANCY CUT DIAMONDS, LATE 19TH CENTURY
YELLOW 14K GOLD LADY'S RING, WHICH WAS PURCHASED AT "H. STERN" IN BRAZIL, 
APPROX. 1ct. PEAR SHAPED EMERALD, FIVE-POINT DIAMOND IN ITS ORIGINAL BOX 
AN ART DECO 14K WHITE GOLD LAVALIER, UNMARKED BUT TESTED, SIX DIAMONDS 
WHICH TOTAL TEN POINTS, 1 3/8" X 3/4", CARVED JADE OVAL 
A WORKING 14K GOLD SELF-WINDING WATCH, "#A829058", FINE CONDITION WITH A 
BLACK DIAL AND A LEATHER STRAP, MID CENTURY
A GROUP OF FIVE KNIVES, INCLUDING TWO STAG CASES WHICH ARE MINT, A SMALL 
SHARPENED YELLOW CASE, MINT PUMA "#P231265", AND A CASE SHEATH KNIFE WHICH 
IS MARKED "CASE XX U.S.A. 316"
TEN PEARL FRUIT KNIVES, THREE HAVE FANCY CARVINGS, ALL HAVE GOOD HANDLES 
WITH NO CRACKS, 19TH CENTURY
A GROUP OF THREE PEARL, MULTI-BLADE KNIVES, ONE HAS A COMPLETELY WORKED 
BACK SPRING, ONE IS MARKED "NEEDHAM BROS.", ANOTHER IS MARKED "WECK, N.Y.  
GERMANY", SPRINGS ARE GOOD ON ALL KNIVES, LARGEST IS 3 1/4"
APPROX. TWENTY-EIGHT POINTS OF DIAMONDS WITH THE LARGEST BEING TWENTY-TWO 
POINTS
East Tennessee  stone axe 5 1/8 x 4 .25 x 2 1/8 
EAST TENNESSEE STONE AXE
EAST TENNESSEE STONE AXE
EAST TENNESSEE STONE AXE
A FIFTY-TWO DIAMOND AND 18K WHITE GOOLD PIN WITH APPROX. 3ct. OF DIAMONDS, 
NOT MARKED BUT TESTED, THE BOW BROOCH HAS WHITE, BRIGHT DIAMONDS, PROBABLY 
A CUSTOM MADE PIECE, 2" X 1", WEIGHS 10.42 grams
TWO 14K GOLD WATCHES, ONE IS AND ACCUTRON NEEDING BATTERIES, THE OTHER IS 
A HAMILTON THIN-O-MATIC WHICH IS NOT IN WORKING CONDITION
A GROUP OF THREE MINT CONDITION, HEN AND ROOSTER , FRANK BUSTER POCKET 
KNIVES
A LARGE POTTERY PITCHER BY RON SLAGLE, PROBABLY MADE AROUND 1990, THE 
WHIMSICAL NUDE WRAPS AROUND THE ENTIRE PITCHER, FINE CONDITION, 10" X 13"
A  RON SLAGLE POTTERY PITCHER WITH THREE NUDES, APPLIED HANDLE, FINE 
CONDITION, PROBABLY CREATED AROUND 1990, 13" X 9 1/2"
A RARE COVERED PITCHER BY RON SLAGLE, PROBABLY AROUND 1990, OF A NUDE 
HOLDING A VIOLIN, FINE CONDITION, APPLIED HANDLE, 11" X 14"
AN ELIZABETH MEDINA ZIA POT, 20TH CENTURY, FINE CONDITION AND SIGNED BY 
THE ARTIST, 7 1/2" X 8" 
TWO FRAMED PIECES OF EAST TENNESSEE CALIGRAPHY, ca 1870, LARGEST IS 11" X 
8", FINE ACCEPTIBLE CONDITION, SOME MINOR FOXING
A THREE PIECE PORCELAIN COFFEE SERVICE IN FINE CONDITION, "BLUE ONION" 
PATTERN, MARKED AS SHOWN IN PHOTOS, COFFE POT IS 7 1/2" X 9 3/4"
A LARGE SCALLOPED SERVICE TRAY IN "BLUE ONION" PATTERN, MARKED WITH CROSS 
SWORDS, INCISED 1575, ALSO MARKED IN BLUE "26-09", FINE CONDITION, 21" X 
16"
A CUSTOM MADE, THREE BLADED, 8" KNIFE WHICH HAS WORKED SPRING BOTH INSIDE 
AND OUT, UNSHARPENED, ENGRAVED BOLSTERS, SCRIMSHAWED PEARL, TOPS OF BLADES 
ARE ALSO WORKED, A NICE SHEFFIELD CUSTOM PIECE, PROBABLY ABOUT 1990
A SCOOTER URANIUM CORPORATION STOCK CERTIFICATE BOOK CONTAINING OVER 170 
CERTS., IN ITS ORIGINAL BOUND BOOK, FINE CONDITION, MID CENTURY
STATE OF TENNESSEE, COUNTY OF WASHINGTON, $500, "TO THE EAST TENNESSEE AND 
VIRGINIA RAILROAD COMPANY" BEARER BOND, DATED JANUARY 1853, JONESBOROUGH, 
TN, FOUR COUPONS ARE STILL ATTACHED TO THE BOND, 19" X 10"
A LAMINATED $100 BOND FOR THE "SNEEDEVILLE & ROGERSVILLE TURNPIKE 
COMPANY", APRIL TERM OF 1867, FORTY-TWO COUPONS STILL EXIST, HAWKINS 
COUNTY EMBOSSED SEAL, 14" X 20"
DATED JULY 13, 1795, THIS DOCUMENT BETWEEN BLOUNT AND DAVID HENLEY, AGENT 
FOR THE DEPT. OF WAR, "PAID TO WILLIAM PICKARD, PAYMASTER PROTEM TO THE 
TROOPS IN THE TERRITORY, AFORESAID, FOR THE DETACHMENT OF MOUNTED 
INFIANTRY OF COL. ISAAC ROBERTS UNDER THE COMMAND OF SGT. FLOWERS 
MCGREGAR", GOOD BOLD BLOUNT AND MCCLUNG AUTOGRAPH, AFFIXED PAPER SEAL, 8" 
X 13", SOME FOXING BUT VERY ACCEPTIBLE
A TENNESSEE LAND GRANT FOR JOHNSON COUNTY TENNESSEE, DATED AUGUST 10, 
1835, BUT REGISTERED IN MAY OF 1843, SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR JAMES 
CHAMBERLAIN JONES, 18" X 13", ALSO IN THIS LOT AN OCTOBER 1815 LAND GRANT 
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY SIGNED BY GOV. WILLIE BLOUNT, 16" X 10 1/2"
SIGNED BY WILLIAM CARROLL, LAND GRANT FOR PROPERTY IN WASHINGTON COUNTY 
TENNESSEE, AFFIXED PAPER SEAL, SURVEYED IN 1825, INDIAN CREEK PROPERTY, 15 
1/2" X 12 1/2"
An Iranian 100% wool palace size handmade Tabriz carpet 12 x 15', nice 
condition with very minor wear but could use a cleaning , About 25-50 
years old, good pile.
A nice approximately 75 year old handmade Sarouk, some wear but not 
distracting to the eye, just enough to make it look good, signed carpet . 
18'7" x 12'. Could use a minor cleaning.
A walnut, ca 1870, adjustable gentleman's shaving stand with original 
finish and mirror, brass mechanism, carved column and snake feet, 17"x 56" 
(adjustable up to 12")
A period mahogany bureau with original brasses and key and original glass, 
two candle stand draws, fifteen compartments plus two secret compartments, 
nice early finish, four graduated drawers, 22" x 39" x 82"
Walnut Tennessee Press, with carved columns and feet, mostly original 
glass, probably a 70 year old finish, fine condition, 19" x 42 1/2" x 81"
A mid 19th century fire screen, mostly mahogany, brass claw feet and 
casters, 28" x 42"
A ca 1830, walnut partially slant top writing desk with two  drawers, 
heavy turned legs, nice original back splass, slant top is hinged with a 
storage compartment, no key but everything is open, beautiful hand 
plaining can be seen throughout, appears to be a nice original finish, 26" 
52 1/2" x 34 1/2"




Cash or check 10% BP in house.




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