Auction Information
Auctioneer Laughlin Auctions (540) 975-1830
Auction Date Aug 24 Auction
Location
High Street Galleries
116-A North High Street
Edinburg, VA
Time 09:00AM
Auctioneer's Other ListingsE-mail AuctioneerAuctioneer's Web Site
View Full Photo Gallery
Auction Listing
AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 2919
    Attached Files    
Firearm Catalog (DOCX)
Knife Catalog (DOCX)

Laughlin Auctions

Public Auction

High Street Galleries

116-A North High Street

Edinburg, Virginia

Saturday, August 24th, 2019, at 9:00 a.m.

Preview: Friday, August 23rd, 2019, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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.

Personal property from the Estate of David Allen “Dave” Fahnestock, Winchester, Virginia, plus others.

*1,000 Shares of Shentel Stock at 12:00 Noon*

*Firearms – Tools – Furniture – Smalls – Glassware – Toys – Jewelry – MUCH MORE*

SPECIAL TO AUCTION: Original Land Survey Atlas of Shenandoah County, VA 1739-1850’s. Compiled by Lena French Fuller. Published May 2010 (offered at 11:00 a.m.).

AUTOMOBILES: “Garage Kept” 1997 Lincoln Towncar Executive Series, loaded, AC, AT, 40,195 actual miles, 4 dr., white exterior w/ grey leather interior, “runs like new”; 2006 Ford Escape, 4 dr. SUV, loaded, AT, AC, metallic green exterior, black/grey interior, 214,766 miles (offered at 12:00 Noon).

FURNITURE: Walnut 12 pane corner cupboard, single 12 pane door over 2 raised paneled doors, bracket feet, 84”; yellow pine & poplar 4 tin pie safe/server, 2 drawers over 2 doors, cut out feet; walnut turned leg table w/ drawer; walnut 3 drawer chest; Hitchcock style settee; oak 4 stack book case; selection of plank bottom chairs; dome top trunk; oak sideboard w/ mirrored back; pine 4 drawer chest w carved pulls; Eastlake 3 drawer chest; curio cabinet w/ mirrored back; butcher block top table w/ painted base; green Bombay 3 drawer chest; cherry tall case clock; 5 pc. oak bedroom suite w/ queen canopy bed; 2- iron queen beds, complete; cherry 2 drawer hall table; mixed wood slant front secretary; selection of blue painted “country” furniture; cherry finish slant front secretary; exceptional selection of upholstered furniture; 2- bar stools; 9 pc. carved oak dining room suite; 5 pc. dinette w/ round table, 4 chairs; selection of furniture w/ painted fruit motif; selection of stands & tables; 30+ other pcs. of furniture not listed.

SMALLS: W&L Gurley brass transit in mahogany case; selection of stoneware crocks & jugs; pickle crocks; stoneware mixing bowls; brass hand bells; bone handled cutlery; miniature dome trunk; cookie jars; milk bottles; kitchen collectibles; oil lamps; splint & rod baskets; nest of Pyrex bowls; selection of elephants; wooden firkin; Lance jar w/ lid; insulators; cast iron; Native American points; milk bottles; brass buckets; brass banquet lamp; Guardian Service; tinware; other smalls not listed.

MORT KUNSTLER PRINTS: 5- framed Mort Kunstler prints; large selection of other framed art; framed Helen Jean Smith.

CRYSTAL – PORCELAIN – CHINA: 15+ crystal baskets; selection of other crystal; 10+ Ginger jars; selection of oriental porcelain; 10+ porcelain & china vases & urns, 14” – 24”; oriental umbrella stand; large selection of Liberty Blue china; large selection of blue-white porcelain; collection of porcelain cup & saucers; hand painted porcelain; several pieces of Fostoria; large selection of “tray lot” porcelain – china – glassware.

QUILTS: 15+ hand stitched & machine stitched quilts. (Please visit the photo gallery on this website.)

ORIENTAL RUGS: 8- oriental rugs & runners. (Please visit the photo gallery on this website.)

MAJOR APPLIANCES – CHRISTMAS ITEMS: Kenmore HE-2 stackable washer & dryer; Emerson wine chiller; Bissell vac; large selection of Christmas items of every description.

TOOLS: Craftsman 15 drawer roll-a-way tool chest; Delta 10” table saw; Central Machinery wet/dry grinder; 4- Werner step ladders; Iron Horse work bench; push plow; bumper hitch carrier; Craftsman air tank; bench vise; hand tools of every description; electric hand tools; Delta dual wheel bench grinder; 4- “live” traps; long handled tools; shed items.

MILITARY RELATED FIREARMS: Mauser “42” code 1940 dated 9mm Luger pistol w/ German proof marks and Eagle over swastika; two full stock Enfield No. 4 MK1 British 303 rifles; 8mm German Mauser Gew 98 marked Spandau 1911; Chinese SKS 7.62 x 39 w/ bayonet; Norinco 7.62 x 39.P.08 holster marked bm1/41 with Eagle over swastika.

SPORTING FIREARMS: Sauer 202 Classic .223 w/ single set trigger, Leupold VX-II 3-9x50 scope and Sauer case (excellent); Savage Model 99E 300 Sav. (nice rifle); Winchester Model 70 XTR Featherweight .270; Winchester Model 94 30-30 w/ saddle ring; Winchester Model 94 AE 30-30; Winchester Model 37A 20 ga.; two Weatherby Vanguard rifles w/ scopes, 270 and 243; Winchester Model 70 .243 w/ Redfield scope; Remington 742 30-06 w/ scope; two Remington Model 1100 12 ga. w/ vent rib; Belgium Browning Light Twelve 12 ga. w/ vent rib; Belgium Browning .22 takedown; Bushmaster Carbon-15 .223/5.56mm; Remington 512 Scoremaster .22; Ruger 10/22 .22 w/ scope; Savage 110 30-06 w/ scope; Marlin 336 30-30; New Mossberg Model 500 .410; Remington Express 12 ga. mag. w/ vent rib; H&R Topper 20 ga.; Kmart Corp. 251 20 ga.; Riverside Arms 20 ga. SxS; two Stevens 87A .22; Stevens Model 94C 16 ga.; Marlin 60W .22 w/ scope; CVA Accura 50 cal. inline w/ Nikon scope and Bergara barrel; Thompson Center Contender 44 mag. 10”; Colt Huntsman .22; Smith & Wesson hand guns include Model 57 41 mag. 6”, Model 29-2 44 mag. 6”, Model 19-3 .357 mag. 6”, Model 34-1 .22 4”, Model 15 38 Spl. 4”, Model 5944 9mm para; Berett Model 21-A .25 cal.; Colt Detective Special 38 Spl. 2”; Sig Sauer Mosquito .22, OIB; Ruger Mark II Target .22; Meriden Arms top break .32 cal. revolver; H&R Young American .22 RF revolver; Rossi Interarms 38 Spl. revolver 2”; Iver Johnson .22 revolver w/ damaged grip 4 ½”; H&R 1906 .22 revolver 2 ½”; Llama Buffalo .25 auto; as found Forehand top break 38 cal. revolver. Note: Firearms will be offered at 10:00 a.m. and sold under Laughlin Auctions FFL. All Federal and State laws apply.

FIREARM & SPORTING RELATED: Fortress 36 gun safe w/ door pockets; Excalibur crossbow w/ accessories; bow target; gun vise; selection of hard and soft gun cases; small selection of holsters; metal ammo boxes; selection of duck decoys w/ mesh carry bag; Orvis felt bottom wading boots (Size 13); small selection of ammo including 7.62 x 39, .223, .22, 45 auto, 9mm Luger, 38 Spl., 12, 20 ga.; other sporting related items not listed.

KNIVES: Approximately 50 fixed and folding knives by J.C. Ryan Lexington, VA, Case, Olsen, Schrade, Camillus, Buck and others. Note: Knives will be offered by catalog at 9:00 a.m.

NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACTS: Nine display boxes of arrowheads and points.

www.laughlinauctions.com  or www.auctionzip.com

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

Laughlin Auctions Inc. – Va. Lic. #000136 

P.O. Box 2, Woodstock, VA. 

540-975-1830 • 540-325-2059  • 540-984-8080 

Announcements on day of sale take precedence over printed matter

 




Auctioneer License Information: 000136

    Auction Listings provided by AuctionZip.com. Although the information published herein is from sources deemed reliable, AuctionZip.com expressly disclaims any liability for errors, omissions or changes regarding any information provided for this auction. Potential buyers are urged to verify auction date, time, and content directly through the auctioneer's website or by contacting the auctioneer directly. The terms and conditions of the auction may or may not be published in this listing. ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE THE DAY OF THE AUCTION ARE BINDING AND TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ANY INFORMATION FOUND HEREIN.