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Auctioneer Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC - Barbara Masterson & Robin Brabander Auctioneers 330-421-9263
Auction Date Dec 08 Auction
Location
1480 Pearl Road
Brunswick, OH
Time 03:00PM
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Starting at 3PM with 100 box lots of gently used household, newer decor, glass, pottery, crafts and other books, small kitchen appliances, Christmas, records, dog figurines, and much more, items just too nice to be passed up from house clean outs and much more. Continuing at 4PM with our regular antique & collectible auction with something for everyone! A large auction with primitives, cast iron, gold & silver coins, sewing, Star Wars, barware, decoys, vintage clothing, quilting, Longaberger, barber & shaving, purse, hats, artisan carvings & sculptures, prints, furniture, knives, advertising, kid's books, basket making supplies, glass, pottery and so much more!

Antique & Collectible Auction

Saturday, December 8th, 2018

Auction at 3 PM, Preview at 2:30 PM

Diamond Event Center 1480 Pearl Road (Rt. 42), Brunswick, Ohio 44212

Directions: Just south of the intersection of Routes 42 & 303 (Center Rd.)

Or 2 miles west of I-71, Rt 303 Brunswick exit. Or 10 miles east of Rt. 83.

Starting at 3PM with 100 box lots of gently used household, newer decor, glass, pottery, crafts and other books, small kitchen appliances, Christmas, records, dog figurines, and much more, items just too nice to be passed up from house clean outs and much more!

Continuing at 4PM with our regular antique & collectible auction with something for everyone! A large auction with primitives, cast iron, gold & silver coins, sewing, Star Wars, barware, decoys, vintage clothing, quilting, Longaberger, barber & shaving, purse, hats, artisan carvings & sculptures, prints, furniture, knives, advertising, kid's books, basket making supplies, glass, pottery and so much more!

Come for an evening of fun and go home the winner of a treasure or two or more!

3PM - 4PM: Over 100 box lots of gently used household, newer decor and more!

CONTINUING AT 4PM WITH OUR REGULAR ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE AUCTION TO INCLUDE:

PRIMITIVES, CAST IRON, KITCHEN: Large wooden bowl or scoop with handle, 18” diameter X 7” deep, hand carved. 2 working porcelain enamel light fixtures, green exterior and white interior, 14” diameter shades. Porcelain enamel light in green and white, 8” diameter X 7 1/2” tall. Metal shade in green and white, 10” diameter X 5” tall. Dazey No. 40 glass butter churn with wooden paddles and whey screen. Etched “Hatch” dairy, Medina, 1 quart milk bottle. Embossed “Hatch Dairy Co., Medina” ½ pint milk bottle with Hatch paper cap. 6 wooden divided boxes, great for display, etc. 2 nice grain sifters, 17” and 13” diameter. 2 etched spice jars with metal lids, H. M. Co. (Hoosier Manufacturing Co.), 5 1/4” tall, cream of tartar and baking powder, 1 clearly embossed on bottom: “The Hoosier Saves Steps”. 4 spice jars with etched labels and metal lids; cinnamon, ginger, allspice, salt. Matching, embossed with metal lids, 7 1/4” tall “Coffee” jar and 4 3/4” “Tea” jar. 8 wooden mashers made of various woods and in many different shapes. 4” diameter wooden butter press with leaf design. 2 wooden butter paddles or scoops. Cast iron corn bread pan, made in USA. Metal skimmer, wood handle chopper, wood handle masher. Soapstone bed warmer. Maple syrup tap. Miniature sifter, milk can and mug. 2 Griswold New American reversible steel spindles, 8” and 3 1/2”. Wood and leather bellows. 10” Wagner Ware cast iron skillet. 8” Lodge cast iron skillet. Blue and white enamelware pie tin. Climax grinder No. 51 with 3 blades.

2 drawer wood file cabinet or drawer, tabletop, tongue and groove construction, 10” tall X 13 1/2” wide X 15 1/2” deep. Hand made and signed wood stool with shaped seat, 25” tall. Sturdy stool, well constructed with metal rod braced rungs, in oak, industrial, 26” tall. Wood slat basket or tote. All wood clamp. Primitive stool. 3 leg stool or stand. Newer, wall mount, wood recipe box with fold down, divided drawer for recipe cards. Wooden paddle and shove. Nu-Grape soda bottle. Old bottle in green with Dresden porcelain stopper with bale. Made in Germany, #8228 Dachshund candy mold, 3 1/4” wide X 2 3/4” tall. Grey enamel pail. 3 cast iron register grates; 14” X 12” with honeycomb design, 11 3/4” X 9 3/4” with honeycomb design, 9 1/2” X 11 3/4” raised dome wall grate with swirled design. Vintage cast iron wall shelf, painted yellow. 3 cast iron trivets, plant or pot holders. Cast iron, figural squirrel nut cracker. Marked “Wilton” cast iron, wall mount match holder. Cast iron, flying insect with hinged lid on body portion. Cast iron bulldog door stop. 4 3/4” tall cast iron penguin, marked “North West Foundries Rochester, New York”. Cast iron frog. Cast iron poodle, cast iron Doxie bank. Cast iron Dachshund boot scrapers. Brass, double hat hook, wall mount. Glo-Mar Artworks door knocker. Vintage Tyco thermometer in wood case. Starrett 9” cast iron level. Newer 4 arm, fold out drying rack.

SEWING, QUILTING SUPPLIES, QUILTS, LINENS: Tablecloths, runners, tatted and crocheted doilies, 2 rooster potholders. 57” X 35” tapestry with Colonial men. 72” X 80” yellow and white “Whirligig” quilt, alternating pattern and plain blocks with quilted flower design, machine stitched and hand quilted. 69” X 92” quilt, machine sewn, hand quilted with blue borders and white squares embroidered with state birds. All hand done tied comfort in reds, greys and some calicoes, 62” X 83”, rose print backing. 78” X 94” white cotton crochet bedspread in popcorn stitch. 41” X 58” hand cross stitched rooster tablecloth with 4 matching napkins. Pair applique pillow cases, guest towels. 78” X 82” Granny Square afghan with varied colors on all black background. Labeled “Chase” buggy or sleigh blanket with rose design, 60” X 45”.

Singer treadle sewing machine in cabinet. Singer “Curvy” sewing machine, model 8763, computerized, freearm, 30 stitches, never out of box. Dresser lamp with glass dome covering thimbles, marked Koshin, Inc. 3 porcelain dog pincushions. Simons Brothers, embossed, sterling thimble. Cat tape measure with pincushion. Dog tape measure with pincushion. Hoover vacuum tape measure. Fab laundry soap advertising tape measure. Small tabletop sewing box on feet. Floor model sewing stand with tray insert. Sewing basket with notions. Knitting needles and crochet hooks. Crochet and knitting patterns, thread, patches, cotton crochet thread, pillowcases to be embroidered. Buttons, some carded. Needlebooks. Vogart and others iron on transfer patterns. Hanging heart shaped pincushion with celluloid baby. Dress maker's shears, made in Italy. Clauss shears in sheath, Wiss & Griffon pinking shears, stork scissors, embroidery scissors. Crocheted, hanging pincushion with wishbone. Figural pincushions; shoes, boot, rocking chair. Bakelite needle case, sewing kits. Buffalo head nickel buttons. Hand painted Brazil nut buttons. Belt buckles: catalin, jet, rhinestone, mother of pearl.

Quilting: quilting fabrics, fat quarters, bundled coordinating prints. Ohio Amish Country Shop Hop quilt blocks. Sets of embroidered quilt blocks, hand done, embroidered or pieced. Quilt patterns. “Deck The Tree” 51” X 51” quilt kit. Warm & Natural batting. Fiskars cutting mat. Omni Edge and O'Lipfa edge rulers. Wood embroidery hoops. Small snowman quilt top. “Best Loved Quilt Patterns” in filled binder. Hardcover book “A Patchwork Alphabet”. Soft cover book “Encyclopedia of Classic Quilt Patterns”. Hard cover book “Learning To Quilt With Jiffy Quilts”. “Color For Quilters”. Sewing purse or tote. The Great American Apple Pie quilt, started. Candlewicking thread and stamped pattern blocks.

COINS, GOLD, SILVER: 1986 U.S. Mint Liberty uncirculated 3 coin set with gold $5, silver $1 and uncirculated half $1 in case with box, sleeve and COA. 1991 Mt. Rushmore Anniversary U.S. Mint uncirculated 3 coin set with gold $5, silver $1 and uncirculated half $1 in case with box, sleeve and COA. 20 Morgan and Peace silver dollars. 5 troy ounce .999 fine silver bar, marked Doyles Mint. 5 troy ounce .999 fine silver bar. 3.1 troy ounce .999 fine silver bar, AG SSS. 1987 U.S. Constitution uncirculated silver $1 in case with box, sleeve and COA. 1980 Moscow Olympic coins includes 6 silver coins; two 10 roubles and four 5 roubles in case with COA. 1991 Korean War Memorial uncirculated silver $1 in case with box and COA. 1973 Canadian, Series 1, Geographic Olympic coin set, uncirculated, includes two $10 silver coins and two $5 silver coins in presentation case with COA. 1976 Canadian, Series 3, Early Canadian Sports Olympic coin set, uncirculated, includes two $10 silver coins and two $5 silver coins in presentation case with COA. Liberty Walking, Franklin and Kennedy silver half dollars. Kennedy silver clad half dollars. Barber, Standing Liberty and Washington silver quarters. Mercury and Roosevelt silver dimes. 1982 George Washington Commemorative silver proof half $1 in case with box and COA. Some buffalo nickels and book with Jefferson nickels. Coin books with pennies. 1971S Eisenhower $1 proof coins in cases and $1 uncirculated coins, all silver clad. 1974 American Revolution Bicentennial Commemorative medal and 1st Day Cover. Three 1964 silver uncirculated mint sets. Two 1964P cased silver uncirculated sets. 1965 Special Mint sets, silver clad. Susan B. souvenir sets. U.S. Bicentennial silver (clad) uncirculated sets. Uncirculated Mint Sets 1968- 1980. Group of 20 Canadian large cent coins, 1859- 1901 – includes the 1859. Sheets of other foreign coins, some silver; India, Turkey, Spain, Tunisia, Sweden, Germany, East Africa, South Africa, Hungary, Russia, France, Chile, other.

FURNITURE, PRINTS: Gently used and in nice condition, walnut table with tile inserts, 40” X 58” with one 18” leaf and 4 faux suede upholstered seat side chairs. Vintage jelly cupboard with one blind door over longer blind door over bottom drawer, 66” tall X 20” wide X 13 1/2” deep. 3 drawer chest of drawers with original pulls, 38” wide X 36” tall X 18 1/2” deep. Washstand with shaped back and side towel bars, 1 door over 1 drawer. 3 drawer oak dresser with beveled mirror on harp, needs work. 6 plank bottom chairs with leaf design carved crestrails. Oak top table made from treadle sewing machine base with 4 drawers, 20” wide X 17” deep X 29” tall. Martha Washington style sewing cabinet. 2 wood fern or plant stands with square columns, square tops and bases, footed, 25” tall and 31” tall. Oak, 1 glass door, wall mount, spice or medicine cabinet with bar below for towel or hanging herbs. Mirrored door, wood medicine cabinet, wall mount. Wrought iron child's chair with wooden seat. 2 door metal cabinet with interior shelves, 66” tall X 36” wide X 19” deep. Brand new in the box, grey fabric covered, round storage ottoman, 20” diameter, footed with tufted top by Sohl Furniture. Newer oak wall shelf by Cambria Wood Works, Oak Hill, Ohio, 24” long.

Stevengraph Pure Silk woven picture, framed with glass on both front and back, “The Home Stretch”, 8 1/2” X 6”. Dan Grunst, signed and numbered Mallard duck print, 109/900, framed and double matted 40 1/2” X 15 ½". Joan Arnold (OWS – Ohio Watercolor Society) numbered print 43/300, “Here Comes Mom!” featuring sheep, framed and matted 18” X 21”, with COA. Joan Arnold (OWS) numbered sheep print 288/390, “Sunbather” with COA, 11” X 9”. “Winter Scene” framed print, reprinted from scene, Southwest Bell Telephone Company, framed 26” X 20”. Arizona – Sonora Desert Museum framed poster, originally painted by Gary J. Dixon, cactus wren on nest, 24 1/2” X 33 1/2”. Signed S. Manhook, original oil on canvas, barn scene, framed 25 1/2” X 21 1/2”. Barbara Moore '87 signed watercolor, pelicans, “Gone Fishin”, framed and double matted 21 1/2” X 15 1/2”. Char Bachman, signed and numbered print 99/300, well known for her “Whimsical Sevens”; a series of 7 things in a row, all alike except for the 6th which is out of sync, pelicans, framed and double matted 24” X 9 1/2”. Robert Laessig signed and numbered print 26/950, “First Snow” framed and double matted 17” X 20”. Framed and matted print, artist name illegible, winter landscape, 16” X 13”. Framed patchwork quilt top 16” X 13”. Framed photo of seal that was entered into the 1988 Plain Dealer 53rd annual Kodak International Newspaper Snapshot Awards, 21” X 17”. Framed seal photograph 15” X 12”. Matted photograph by S. Manhook “Last Snow and Lone Tree”, 2005. You now know we and our crew have 13 children between all of us and 18 1/3 grandchildren. Tell Susie how many great grandchildren we have between us – be number 1 at the auction to tell her and claim your surprise! 30 1/2” tall, table lamp with shade in brushed silver tone finish. Sessions regulator clock for parts or repair.

PORCELAIN, GLASS, POTTERY, BUTTER PATS: Made in England, stamped mark, 78 pieces Johnson Bros. “Friendly Village”, 7 piece service for 8 plus extras; twelve 10” dinner plates, twelve 8” square salad plates, eight 7” square soup bowls, nine 6 1/8” bread & butter plates, ten 5 1/8” fruit/dessert bowls, fifteen saucers, twelve cups. “Friendly Village” serving pieces: 12” platter, gravy boat with under plate, two 8 1/4” round bowls, two 8 3/4” oval bowls, creamer, covered sugar, 3 tier tidbit. Spode 14 3/4” Christmas Tree platter. Lenox Holiday (with holly) tealight, new in original box. Royal Doulton character jugs: 7 1/2” tall Long John Silver D6335, 7” tall Gone Away D6531, 4 1/4” tall Long John Silver D6386, 4” tall The Poacher D6464, 2 1/4” tall Auld Mac D6253, 2 1/4” tall Beefeater D6251. Beswick 674 character jug. Beswick Yule 1971 Christmas Carol tankard. 2 Goebel monk creamers. Turner's Tunstall England “Ida”; cracker jar, covered vegetable dish, covered butter dish with insert, gravy boat, 6 butter pats. Spode “Fair Haven” teapot. 3 covered butter dishes with inserts, England. Metlox Poppytrail Homestead Provincial 4 piece canister set. McCoy smiley face cookie jar. Smiley face mug/planter. Fenton Vasa Murrhina rose and aventurine green basket. Fenton French opalescent coin dot vase. Fenton “Rose Spray” green carnival glass compote. Belleek 3 1/2” tall swan, 6th green mark. Art glass vases with applied red snake, 9” and 5” tall. Cortendorf Bavaria West Germany Dachshund teapots, 1 marked Erphila. 14” long X 10 1/2” tall Beswick Dachshund and 9” long X 5 1/2” tall Beswick Dachshund. 3 Weller Dachshund planters. Royal Copenhagen Dachshund puppy #1408. Mortens Studio porcelain 5” Dachshund. Goebel guinea pig #35-508. Dillings Keramik Hovegaard Germany 2 birds figurine. 2002 Blue Sky Corp. Heather Goldmine ceramic cat and dog. Haviland “Chantilly” vase. Porcelain match holder, made in Japan. Signed LASO 2000 studio pottery vase. Butter pats: set of 6 with pink roses, set of 5 Alfred Meakin with pink rose, 2 Mason's “Bow Bells”, 2 matching with blue bird, 4 matching John Maddock & Sons with floral, 3 matching KT & K (Knowles, Taylor & Knowles) with pink flowers, 4 matching with design in black, 4 matching with roses at rim, 5 matching with pastel floral, other single designs.

VINTAGE CLOTHING, HATS, PURSES, LADIES: Hankies with crocheted and tatted edgings in prints and solids. Aristocrat Studios dresser box with cast metal elephant finial on lid. Red looped beaded purse with beaded looped fringe, embossed frame and red satin lining. Hand beaded tapestry floral purse, made in Hong Kong. Brown crocheted clutch with carved Lucite pull tab. Black & white handbag with coiled vinyl design. Tooled leather handbag with 2 interior pockets and 1 exterior pocket. Alligator purse, has alligator head and glass eyes. Alligator wrist bag with alligator head.

1950's hats, many with union labels: navy blue wool with wide satin band and rhinestone accent pin. Navy brimless profile hat with tassel trim. Blue velvet roses deep pillbox hat. Green wool pillbox hat with rhinestone accent pin. 2 rabbit fur close fitting, half hats. Dyed rabbit head band. Faux fur, leopard print head band. Lambswool halo hat with netting. Mink halo hat with large satin bow. 4 unworn, in original packages, “Subtract” girdles size 34, Tru-Form Foundations 1978, briefs in styles; 2509 and 2511. Gold lame mules or slippers with feather accented vamps, size 7 ½. 2 pair Lucite sling back heels. 3 tail mink fur wrap with I.J. Fox label. Roller skates in metal case that is covered with skating labels. Lady's unbleached cotton night dress with crocheted neckline. Full bib apron with battenburg lace trim.

Long sleeve satin wedding gown with floral design sheer upper bodice, button back and sleeves, chapel train – includes strapless boned slip by Bresky The Vanity Silk Underwear Co., beaded tiara headpiece, 144” long lace edged tulle veil with satin and lace hearts at bottom corners. Ceramic bride and groom cake topper, honeycomb tissue bells. Long sleeve satin wedding gown with sheer lace sleeves and upper bodice, layered skirt with satin over 2 layers of tulle, skirt back is layered with lace & tulle, 14” wide lace trim around front of skirt, button back, sweep train includes Juliet style sequin and pearl headpiece. 2 wooden bride counter stands marked “Well Made Wood Products”. Wedding card scrapbook album. 4” celluloid bride & groom in crepe paper clothing.

Ecru crepe satin evening dress with ¾ length sleeves, sequins, faux pearls & lace with lame threads on neckline, sleeves and skirt bottom, voile ruffle skirt bottom edging. Sheer voile print over taffeta sleeveless gown with matching full length overcoat, dress has gathered neckline, overcoat has long sleeves, lapel collar and frog closure, size 12. Gold lame, paisley print cocktail dress. Ivory shantung silk over satin ¾ sleeve evening dress with stand-up collar, faux pearls, sequins, lace and embroidered flower trim on sleeves and dress. Ivory chiffon over crepe satin gown, layered chiffon short sleeves, draped side accent, faux pearls, sequins, lace and pleated satin trim. Sleeveless ivory gown with satin bodice and shantung silk over satin skirt, faux pearl, sequin and lace trim with matching faux pearl accented lace, short sleeve jacket with button back closures. Ivory fine net lace, short sleeve blouse with sequin and faux pearl accents. Apricot short sleeve tulle blouse. Cream short sleeve blouse with center back button closure.

BARWARE: Great Lakes Brewing Co. 54 quart, steel belted Coleman cooler. Working, 17 3/4” square “Budweiser King of Beers” light up sign by KCS Industries For Anheuser Busch Inc., item #005-040. 12” tall, Erin Brew, Ten-O-two Standard Brewing Co., chalkware, barrel bank. Working, Spartus backward movement, wall mount clock with “bar open/close sign”. Working, 22” tall inebriated man leaning on lamp post light. Working, inebriated bartender with light up red nose in original box, Japan. 15 1/2” tall, plastic, Grizzly Beer bottle stand (no bottle included) with Grizzly bear. 18 1/2” diameter, large, metal bottle cap sign, Schaefer Light Beer. Hid-A-Bar with Shakespeare faux books, includes decanter and 4 shot glasses inside. Bar tool caddy in 17” tall suit of armor, Japan. Silvered glass ice bucket and 8 tumblers with knight's head and shield design in chrome caddy, never used. Ever-Wear Trav-L-Bar, complete, never used, in original box with hang tags. Boxed set of 6 shot glasses with playing card suits design, France.

ITEMS OF SPECIAL NOTE: BARBER & SHAVING, STAR WARS, ARTISAN CARVINGS& SCULPTURES, DECOYS, KID'S BOOKS, LONGABERGER, ADVERTISING, BASKET MAKING SUPPLIES: Decoys, most hand carved and hand painted: Labeled; “1930's Pratt Co., Joliet, Illinois, Red Head Drake”, wooden decoy with glass eyes. Stamped; “Animal Trap Co., Pascagoula, Miss.” wooden duck decoy. Signed Tom Tuber with possibly glass eyes. Signed John Jeffrey Barto 1992 mallard drake decoy. 2 signed Hornick Bros., Dale and Raymond Hornick, 1979 wooden decoys, Stoney Point Decoys, Oak Hall, VA. 3 other wooden duck decoys, unsigned. Duck figures and figurines in resin, wood, partial brass, other.

1930's-40's Art Deco barber's cabinet with 1 drawer over “Sterilizer” door, over 1 door over waste bin fold out door with removal galvanized insert, 44” tall X 15” wide X 11” deep. Found in his barber cabinet: straight razors – 3 Wade & Butcher's, Sheffield England “Celebrated Fine India Steel Razor” on blade with black handle, “The Celebrated” with Bakelite handle and wood handle with “Celebrated Razor” on one side and on the other side “Universally Approved”. “Griffon XX 60” straight razor, Carbo Magnetic, Germany, black handle. Fri-KO “Prima” on blade, straight razor, Solingen with Bakelite handle. W. H. Baughman & Co., Akron, Ohio “Made In Germany” straight razor with “WHB” on Bakelite handle, in original George Baughman case. “H & H Grinding Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Made in Germany, C. R. H. Blue Steel Special with celluloid like handle with silver tone tips, in original case. Maleham & Yeoman's straight razor, Sheffield, England. George Butler, Sheffield, England No. 0/58 straight razor, other straight razors. Straight razor case, holds several razors. Shaving brushes: Ever-Ready and Rubberset. 2 strops, Russian Shell. 2 sharpening stones. 2 pair shears.

Minolta Hi-Matic E SLR camera with Minolta Rokkor-QF 1:1.7 f=40mm lens. Polaroid Land camera, model 800 with wink light, flash, flash bulbs and carrying case. Sony FD Mavica digital camera 1.2 megapixels with manual and carrying case. Fixed blade knives: signed and marked “Made in Finlandi” 2 3/4” blade knife with leather sheath marked made in Finland. Ka-Bar 3” blade with stag handle and marked Ka-Bar leather sheath. Western Auto #8518 with tooled leather sheath. Folding and pocket knives: Imperial, M. Klein & Sons, fish knife, Buck. Boy Scout “Plumb” hatchet. Belt buckles; 3” tall US Marines Corps logo, Great American Buckle Co. #353 with Indian on horse, other brass and silver tone buckles. WWI yard long photo labeled: “112 – Engineers – U.S.N.”. 2 WWII military, wool blankets, one marked USMC. C.C.B. (Creek Chub Bait) vintage wood lure, 5”, marked; 9-27-20, with 3 treble hooks and glass eyes. Railroad spike and 7 date nails; 1927, 31, 35, 37, 38, 50. 3 cast iron dog banks; Nipper, standing bulldog, sitting bulldog.

Star Wars: “Escape From Death Star” board game, 1977 Kenner, complete and barely used. Star Wars microelectronic digital watch in original box with brochure and decal sheet. Topps 1980 Star Wars trading cards, includes checklists for 1-132, title card, 6 star file cars, 72 cards numbered from 12 to 130 (some duplicates), 8 sticker cards. 16 issues of Starlog magazine, various issues #21-47, plus “The Best of Starlog” volume 1. Various magazines: “Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back” 1980, “Star Force”, Star Wars “Empire Encounters” comix, “Questar”, “Clones”, Star Wars Official poster monthly. Star Wars trilogy special edition VHS tape. Millennium Falcon model, Battlestar Galactica ships – viper and cylon raider. Space shuttle Columbia model, assembled with box, other space ships.

Kid's books: 6 volumes “Donna Parker” series, hardcover by Marcia Martis, copyright 1957-64. 1950's Rand McNally Elf Books, Jr. Elf Books and Tip Top Elf Books. Other hardcover books: “Little Women”, “Lassie”, “Tom Sawyer”, Whitman, Walt Disney, Wonder Books, story books, picture books, old school books, readers, others. Other paperback books: “Sensible Kate”, “Baby Island”, “The Middle Sister”. Pair figural eagle bookends #114B, by Philadelphia Mfg. Co. Gilbert Erector set No. 10051, 1959, the electric engine set with manual. 1940's Wilson Ball Hawk 2 finger fielder's mitt, model 652. Pair Lorin SRS-2, 1000 lb. car ramps, 72” long X 9” wide. Delphos 1 gallon gasoline can. 1948 and 1951 gas station road maps; Texaco, Shell, Sunoco. Never used, working, Emerson complete stereo system with turntable, AM/FM radio, CD player and cassette player, in vintage looking wood cabinet with instruction manual. 4 box lots, vintage Christmas ornaments; stripes, blown glass, indents, glitter, mushrooms, pine cones.

Carved coconut, caricature of a man's face. Artisan wooden ear of corn with crow, signed. Artisan signed wood bird sculpture “Huddle Up”. Pair artisan wooden roosters. Artisan signed carved wood rabbit. Sea Life pottery wind chime. Artisan carved and hand painted egret standing on driftwood. Carved lava parrot. Hand made inlaid wooden feather. Artisan wood and copper bird. Artist signed, hand carved and hand painted wood pelican on pylon. Hand carved artisan wood pelican on rocky mound. 26” tall heron sculpture. 31” tall great blue heron wood and iron sculpture, hand carved and painted, artisan signed. 1987 Jozef Reibesteijn seal sculpture with COA 68/500. 2 hand carved turtles.

Restaurant menus; Old Prague, Eagle Tavern, The Mayflower, Pier W, Wooden Keg, Viennese Coffee House, Wida's Branch Beach Hotel, Schmidt's Sausage Haus, Red Coach Grill. Long John Silver's paper pirate hats. Food related trade cards: Atmore's mince meat, Ridge's infant food, Thurber's preserves, John F. Lust confectioner, Woolson Spice Co., Cresca figs, Washburn flour, Franco American, Sanitas grape food, Western Reserve rolled oats, Phila. ice cream, Bohsemeen spices, others. Broom and other labels, syrup, honey, iodine, flax seed, tonic, aspirin, others. Product premium cook booklets: Rawleigh's 1926 Almanac & Cook Book, 1918 White Stokes Candy Formulas, Dr. Miles Remedies Housekeeping, Sun-Maid Raisin, Walker's Austex Chile, Voight's price list, Jenny Wren flour, Spry. 1946 wall hanging with small, complete calendar. Oct. 1889, pocket calendar, Pisos Remedies. Buster Brown postcard with printed Dec. 1906 calendar. 1928-29 Yuletide Greetings from Community Bank, Lakewood. Christmas Greetings from Fred Wallman, the tailor. 1913 Hotel Statler, Cleveland Midnight Song for New Year's Eve. 1892-93 calendar with notebook from Magnet Chewing Tobacco. 1977 Mickey Mouse glow in the dark calendar. Walt Disney World on Ice 1981 program and 1986 Snow White on Ice program. Walt Disney World pictorial souvenir booklet. “The Heart of Cleveland” 36” long felt pennant. Three Notre Dame 29” long pennants. Presidential Task Force medals, lapel pins, brochures, photos. 18 volumes “Little Blue Book Proverbs”. Nearly new, Black & Decker: telescopic shrub rake, long handle pruners, 22” hedge shears, 26” trench type shovel.

Longaberger baskets, most with brass tags: 1988 Poinsettia. 1991 Christmas Collection Yuletide Traditions with divided protector on wooden sleigh base. 1993 Shades of Autumn with autumn liner and protector. 1993 Christmas Collection Bayberry with plaid tidings liner and 2 protectors. 2000 Christmas Collection Deck The Halls with Deck The Halls liner and protector. 1987 Mistletoe. 2002 Christmas Collection Traditions with ivy liner, protector, wood lid and dividing dowel. 1991 Yuletide Traditions with protector. 1995 Cranberry with cranberry – holly liner and protector. 1989 Holiday Memory with protector. 1996 Holiday Cheer with wood lid, holiday cheer striped liner and protector, wood sleigh base. Thyme basket & protector. Chives booking basket & protector. Sweet basil booking basket with protector. 28” long wood butter paddle. Pottery bell with green accents. 2 Christmas basket tie ons. “The Longaberger Story” and how we did it, hardcover by Steve Williford. “Longaberger – A Collector's Journal” hardcover inventory book.

Basket making supplies: reeds in flat and round, various widths and colors, wood handles, wood rings, wood sleigh bases and a lot more.

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6. Great care and many hours of research have been taken to list and label auction items using our best judgment however, neither Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC, the consignors, the help, nor any of its agents make any warranties, guaranties or representations of any kind in regard to the merchandise. No statements made at the sale, in any advertising, labels, tags, sales tickets or elsewhere shall be deemed such a representation or warranty or be subject to liability. All items sold as is, where is and all sales are final. Buyers are encouraged and advised to inspect and satisfy themselves of the merchandise prior to the sale.

7. MBA, LLC, the consignors, the help do not warranty the fitness of any item for a particular purpose. Buyer assumes responsibility for having all items including but not limited to electrical items checked by a professional.

8. Antique & vintage toys may not meet today’s requirements for lead based paints, small pieces removable and/ or otherwise and age recommendations. Therefore, all toys are sold as collectible items for adult use only.

9. Antique & vintage linens, clothing, textiles are sold for collectible and display purposes only.

10. MBA, LLC rarely takes written reserves however, there may be a few items in this auction that have one. The reserve is a confidential agreement between MBA, LLC and the consignor. MBA, LLC shall execute the reserve on behalf of the consignor.

11. No refunds, exchanges, returns or credit card charge backs. All sales are final. All items sold as is without guarantee nor warranty.

Barbara Masterson is licensed in real estate sales, Ohio Real Estate Auctions.

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