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Auctioneer EJ'S Auction & Appraisal 623-878-2003
Auction Date Aug 24 Auction
Location
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Glendale, AZ
Time 10:00AM
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Lot: 1100 - J & E Stevens C. 1879 Mechanical Cast Iron Coin

Titled: I Always Did Spise A Mule. This Mechanical Jockey Bank Is In Very Good Working Condition. Measures Approximately 8.25in. X 10.25in. X 3in. And Has Original Paint. 1618

Lot: 1101 - Antique Erotic Nude Naughty Bronze Cigar Cutter

In the style of Carl Kauba. This working cigar cutter measures approximately 3in. X 8.5in. X 3.25in. In good overall condition. 1618

Lot: 1102 - Vintage Cast Iron Humpty Dumpty Clown Coin Bank

Bank measures approximately 7.5in. Tall. In beautiful working condition. Featuring original Shepard Hardware. 1618

Lot: 1103 - Early 1900’s Franz Bergman Erotic Nude

Cold painted Sarcophagus. Signed on the back as photographed. Measures approximately 8.75in. X 3.5in. X 4.75in. And is in good overall condition. 1618

Lot: 1104 - J & E Stevens 1877 Creedmoore Mechanical Cast Iron

This coin bank measures approximately 7in. X 10in. X 3in. And was designed in Philadelphia by James H. Bowen and was cast in Cromwell, Connecticut. This fun bank operates by placing a coin on the barrel of the gun and then By pressing the markmans

Lot: 1105 - Original J. & E. Stevens 1883 Eagle & Eaglets Cast

Mechanical Coin Bank. Designer Charles M. Henn's Graceful And Complicated Eagle And Eaglets Mechanical Bank. Originally Marketed As The American Eagle Bank And The Eagle Bank, The Eagle And Eaglets Portrays Our National Symbol Feeding Her Young And

Lot: 1106 - 1940’s Central Mfg. Hit A Homer Trade

Featuring the Double, triple, double, home run layout. Includes original key. Measures approximately 22in, x 16in, x 10in. The Accounting System is not present in this machine. Good overall used condition. 1618

Lot: 1107 - Vintage #3 Red Wing Stoneware Water Cooler

this 3 gallon red wing water cooler was produced between 1936 and 1947. It is the latest and last version of the red wing cooler. This cooler has the original push button Spigot which is marked “cordley “ on the spout. The lid and cooler




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