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Auctioneer Antique 2 Modern Auction, Estate Sale & Buyouts 314-252-0212
Auction Date Oct 23 Auction
4051 West Outer Rd
Arnold, MO
Time 05:30PM
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  • Lot# 2 - V.RARE Walt Disney Gustaf Tengg

    Lot# 2 - V.RARE Walt Disney Gustaf Tengg

  • Lot# 3 - RARE Peter Pan (Disney 1953) Or

    Lot# 3 - RARE Peter Pan (Disney 1953) Or

  • Lot# 3a - THE POINTER 1939 Mickey Pluto

    Lot# 3a - THE POINTER 1939 Mickey Pluto

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1 - RARE & IMPORTANT PRODUCTION ART BY WALT DISNEY UPDATE: RESERVE HAS BEEN LOWERED! DO NOT MISS THIS ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY! This is a VERY IMPORTANT and EXTREMELY RARE, original hand painted production animation film still of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck "Holiday Greetings" with sponsorship from The Coca-Cola Company. This is one of the rarest, if not the most scarce, and most historic pieces of Walt Disney's original hand-painted animation art in existence today. This is without a doubt an investment buy! And most likely the #1 piece in your Disney collection display. This is a GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC hand painted and mixed media animation production art from the actual television film. On Christmas day in 1950, Walt Disney's very first television special ""One Hour in Wonderland"" aired on NBC-TV. This is the very first Disney art to ever be aired on television! Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and the gang took viewers on a trip into the Hollywood magic land of Walt Disney Studios to attend a Yuletide party. Hosted by Walt himself, special guests included Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. EX- Jim Stephens, well-known Walt Disney animation cel and memorabilia collector/dealer. This was purchased in 1992 from All American Collectibles, Inc., NJ., for $18,500. It appears All American Collectibles was also an affiliate of Warner Bros, INC. This includes the original invoices and Certificate of Authenticity hand signed by Lori Andreozzi, Gallery Director. Frame measures 17-1/2" x 21- 1/2". Click on (or copy/paste) the link below to watch this original television show: THERE IS A RESERVED VALUE ON THIS ITEM THAT MUST BE BID UP TO TO SELL - BID TO WIN! A VERY RARE OPPORTUNITY!

2 - V.RARE Walt Disney Gustaf Tenggren Production Art Gustaf Tenggren (1896-1970) Disney's The Old Mill A VERY RARE and IMPORTANT, original artwork of Walt Disney's animation production during the Golden Age. This is an actual original animation production painting of ducks wading in a pond besides the old mill from the 1937 Silly Symphony cartoon produced by Walt Disney, "The Old MIll", and in fact, for most enthusiasts, the most memorable scene of the entire film. An original work, hand painted in watercolor and Indian ink by - 1/2" by 19"famed Disney artist, Gustaf Tenggren. Includes original COA from IBEX Galleries. Dimensions: 43" x 61" (FRAME); Artwork measures 4- 3/4" by 6- 1/2" (measured from the glass). EX- Jim Stephens, well-known Walt Disney animation cel and memorabilia collector/dealer. This painting was originally purchased from IBEX Galleries in 1997 for $8,200.00. Since the mid-2000's, Tenggrens work has not only become much more sought after, his individual pieces of artwork have sold for hundrens of thousands of dollars and thus creating a major impact on the value of his art and animation. Gustaf Adolf Tenggren (November 3, 1896 – April 9, 1970) was a Swedish-American illustrator and is known as a very important 20th century artist, as well as a major contributor to the world of American animation. Gustaf Tenggren was a chief illustrator for The Walt Disney Company in the 1930s, in what has been called the Golden Age of American animation, when animated feature films such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Fantasia, Bambi and Pinocchio were produced. During his time at the Disney Studio his work was used for at least seven films, of which four received Academy Awards, among them, The Old Mill. He is known for his Arthur Rackham-influenced fairy-tale style and use of silhouetted figures with caricatured faces. But his greatest contibution was the design of the backgrounds and the overall look of Pinocchio, where he introduced perspectively complex backgrounds to enhance the illusion of depth. The sceneries fit his style perfectly; they were the very same he had used for many of the books he had illustrated already, for example Grimm's Fairy Tales. YOU CAN VISIT THIS SITE WE FOUND AND ACTUALLY SEE THIS SCENE (The painting being sold) FROM "THE OLD MILL" THERE IS A RESERVED VALUE ON THIS ITEM THAT MUST BE BID UP TO TO SELL - BID TO WIN! A VERY RARE OPPORTUNITY!

3 - RARE Peter Pan (Disney 1953) Orig Production Cel UPDATE: RESERVE HAS BEEN SIGNIFICANTLY LOWERED. DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY! This is a GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC original production animation cel from Walt Disney's American animated fantasy adventure film "PETER PAN". Peter Pan is the 14th Disney animated feature film and was originally released on February 5, 1953, by RKO Radio Pictures. EX- Jim Stephens, well-known Walt Disney animation cel and memorabilia collector/dealer. Originally purchased from IBEX Galleries in 1997 for $9,800.00. Includes original Certificate of Authenticity from IBEX. Frame measures 19" x 16". THERE IS A RESERVED VALUE ON THIS ITEM THAT MUST BE BID UP TO TO SELL - BID TO WIN! A VERY RARE OPPORTUNITY!

3a - THE POINTER 1939 Mickey Pluto Orig Production Cel UPDATE: THE RESERVE HAS BEEN SIGNIFICANTLY LOWERED! Mickey Mouse and Pluto in "The Pointer" Original (used in the actual movie) Production Cel and Courvoisier Background Setup (Walt Disney, 1939). The Pointer was a very important short, as it was the first time the public saw the new Fred Moore design of Mickey Mouse with pupils! Directed by Clyde Geronomi, this short was released on August 21st, 1939. The hand-inked, hand-painted cels of Mickey (standing 5.25" tall) and Pluto (4.75" tall) are both trimmed to the edges and placed on a hand-painted Courvoisier background. There is a production cel overlay of the foliage in the foreground of the image. The cels are from the opening of the short where Mickey is reading Pluto the book on how to be a pointer. The original cream-colored Courvoisier mat reads "From the Pointer" just under the image on the left. The Courvoisier paperwork is on the reverse and explains how scarce this original hand-painted production cell is as only a very limited number of cel's were used, the rest of the celluloid was destroyed. This was originally sold at "All American Collectibles" from information on the backside. GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC. Appears to be in Mint Condition, was professionally matted and framed before original sale, and has been in a climate controlled home since the 1990s. EX- Jim Stephens, well-known Walt Disney animation cel and memorabilia collector/dealer. Originally sold for $9,800 in the 1990s from All American Collectibles. Inc. Frame measures 16-3/4" x 17-1/4". THERE IS A RESERVED VALUE ON THIS ITEM THAT MUST BE BID UP TO TO SELL - BID TO WIN! A VERY RARE OPPORTUNITY!

3b - c.1820 Original Scottish Tall Case Clock VERY RARE This is a Very RARE and Original Scottish Tall Case (Grandfather) Clock with locking front panel door and original key.. Made in Ayr, Scotland, ca.1780-1840. A beautiful crouch wood front mahogany case. Gorgeous and well preserved hand painted multi-season mural with scenes of winter, fall, spring and summer around clock face, and figural scene of horses plowing field on half round over face; hand brushed oil on wood. Original solid cast Iron weights and needs a pendulum. Double scrolled mahogany columns and flat top hood. Subsidiary minute and date dials. Steel works. Approx. measures 82" in height by 23" wide. Condition: In very well kept and well preserved condition. Was last serviced around 20 years ago. Was tested and is in good working order. Needs a pendulum; current pendulum is not original. IS IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION. Very similar examples have sold for up to $35,000.00.

7a - Large Genuine 19th C. Antique Butchers Block Table Authentic and 100% Original, Large Beautiful Antique Butchers Block Table - ca. late-19th to early-20th Century. Measures 29-1/2" Height x 30" Width x 30" Depth, and 11-1/4" Table Thickness. This is the real deal, not a modern distressed reproduction which still has price tags for thousands. An original, very well worn and used, unrestored and unaltered, very thick and heavy, crafted-by-hand Butchers Block Table with the original lathe turned legs and once copper washed end cap studs, and a whole lot of character. This was most likely produced in the 1880's and used for many years. This has been sitting in a barn for a very long time and has been well preserved. Very strong and sturdy, no need to add extra brackets or reinforcements as far as the structual integrity goes. The legs just slip in and out of deeply auger drilled holes perfectly. We love the look of this table, even though it hasn't even been cleaned- just litterallly wiped off. Can you imagine how incredible this would look after a cleaning and even just some wood oil! Not to mention the the appearance once stained, lacquered, or the many different ways you could treat this beauty. Also, no matter what technique you decide to use, if anything, once cleaned and/or apply a wood treatment you will still be able to see all of the original patina, darkend areas from use, and wear marks. This would be an amazing addition to any setting. The perfect display item that can actually be used on a daily basis for many many years to come. NOTE: Two strong guys can easily move and set this up. The weight will not be nearly as bad as you probably are thinking. Please contact us for shipping quotes before bidding if you are bidding out of state.

7b - RARE 13 Ft Art Deco Tomboy Grocery Porcelain Sign ATTENTION: VINTAGE PORCELAIN ADVERTISING SIGN COLLECTORS!!! This is a HUGE & VERY RARE original vintage Art Deco TOMBOY Supermarket Grocery Store (local St. Louis grocery market in the 1940s-60s) enamel porcelain sign that measures nearly 14 feet in length. This sign was made in [2] sections and measures almost 13 feet, 6" in length by 30" wide. This also includes an additional bonus, a top portion from another identical sign. This old naturally distressed enameled porcelain advertising sign has been behind a barn on a farm since the Tomboy chain was turned into IGA grocery stores. There were only a few of these made and is extremely rare. The sign shows perfect distressed character, chipped and broken porcelain spots, rust and typical outdoor wear, and needs a soapy bath - THIS SIGN WOULD LOOK 10X BETTER BY JUST CLEANING IT. This would look fantastic on the inside/outside of any barn, outbuilding, shed, mancave, or anywhere you can fit it... If you love local history then here is a piece!

40a - Unique Victorian 1800's Beehive Stoneware Crock A very unique style on this excellent example of antique early American stoneware beehive crock jar with double ring lip. This beautiful vessel has a very unusual, beautiful metallic brown glaze. Around 9" tall. This will make a perfect addition to your collection or primitive country motif! In very good condition.

40b - Very Old Unique Antique Stoneware Crock Measures approx 8" tall. Unique style and form, most likely not a mass produced stoneware crock jar. Has a heavy naturally aged patina.

40c - Rare c.1859 R&E MFG Co #9 Muffin Gem Pan Antique R & E MFG Co. #9 Cast Iron Bakeware Muffin/Cornbread Gem Pan - Patent Date April 5, 1859. This is a rare and desirable pre-Civil War Era 12-Section Open Frame Gem Pan. In excellent condition.

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