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1  MINIATURE WINDSOR BENCH & CHAIR - Painted wood, (1) chair:  Riverbend Chair Co. Ohio; (1) bench:  China; normal wear; tallest H-13", VG-EX  Est.30-60

2  COUNTRY STORE COUNTER JARS (2) - (1) Planters Peanut Jar:  clear glass with decal; (1) candy jar; tallest H-11", VG-EX  Est.20-40

3  CHARLEY WEAVER BATTERY OP TOY - Litho tin; battery op; normal wear; untested; H-12 1/2" G-VG  Est.20-40

4  VICTORIAN CURTAIN TIEBACKS (4) - Matching, repainted cast iron; normal wear; Dia.-3", G-VG  Est.20-40

5  MINIATURE WESTERN SADDLE DISPLAY - Tooled leather, wool saddle pad, wood pommel; likely store sample display;  H-7", L-6", EX-NM  Est.25-50

6  TIN TOLEWARE (2) - (1) bread tray:  antique, fruit and flowers; museum acquisition numbers on bottom; L-12"; (1) miniature cup:  man with net and flower decoration, some French inscriptions; H-1 1/2"; some stains and chips to both; G-G+  Est.25-50

7  QUACKERY DEVICE - Master Violet Ray #11, Master Electric Company, Chicago; in original fitted case; normal wear; untested; case 9" x 13", G-VG  Est.50-100

8  PHRENOLOGY BUST - Porcelain, contemporary; "The Human Mind" 1999; H-8", VG-EX  Est.20-40

9  CARVED ANIMALS (5) - Various mediums, (1) walrus, nut carving; (1) deer agate carving; sheep, chickens and foo dog carvings possilby argillite; normal wear; L-1 3/4" - 4 1/4", G-VG  Est.50-100

10  SKIER SCULPTURE - Found object art; welded nuts, bolts and steel; appears to be signed Russo; normal wear; H-9 1/2", VG-EX  Est.40-60

11  POLISH / EASTERN EUROPEAN WOOD FIGURES (9) - Painted two dimensional wood figures; some wear; H-5"-8 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40

12  JAPANESE TONKOTSU TOBACCO POUCH & KISERUZUTSU - Carved wood with glass bead; pipe holder carved with octopus design; missing kiseru, some finish loss; L-8", G-VG  Est.100-200

13  FOX HUNTING & GOLF MINIATURES - Painted cast metal; fox hunting set:  (8) pieces, signed illegibly on bottom; (1) golfer "Thingumybobs"; normal wear; tallest H-3", VG-EX  Est.25-50

14  CERAMIC BABY & ANIMALS (5) - Painted ceramics, mostly vintage; (1) duck, signed; (1) baby bear, Addison; (1) folky owl; (1) folky Cocker Spaniel, signed; (1) baby on all fours, damage to feet and hands; normal wear and some losses; H-3"-4 1/2", F-G  Est.25-50

15  THOM McAN FOOTBALL TROPHY - Copper clad cleat with copper plaque, "Thom McAn Trophy - 1960 High School Football City League - Presented by Sports Staff - Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph"; mounted to wooden base; L-14", VG-EX  Est.50-100

16  ATCO JUNIOR MICROSCOPE SET - 100 power, original box and contents, together with instruction booklet; originally hinged box topo which is torn but present; box 8" x 11 1/2", VG-EX  Est.40-80

17  FISH & IGUANA SCULPTURES (4) - (2) hollow cast angel fish, with bases (need to be re-attached); (1) sheet steel grouper, signed E. K. 95; (1) tack welded tin iguana; normal wear; lizard L-12", G-VG  Est.25-50

18  SULFIDE MARBLES (3) - Includes: dog, eagle and horse; scratches and scuffs, horse is in cleanest condition; largest 1 3/4", G-VG  Est.50-100

19  LOT OF ASSORTED CANES & WALKING STICKS with HOLDER - Includes bent wood, horn handle, antler handle, natural burl, etc.; together with leatherette bucket-form holder with heraldic crest decal, (1) cane missing top, overall G-VG  Est.50-100

20  FOLK ART ARTIST IN A BOTTLE - Carved wood artist figure smoking pipe and working at an easel, mounted in water filled glass bottle, corked top; H-11", VG-EX  Est.50-100


22  MINIATURE CHEST - Wood chest with twelve small drawers; (1) foot appears to  have been replaced (wood not stained on this foot); normal wear; H-12", G-VG  Est.40-60

23  PAIR CONTEMPORARY NUDE LAMPS - Painted cut sheet steel; (1) male torso:  toggle switch located in anatomically appropriate area; (1) female torso:  breasts mounted with red push button lights; male needs receptical cap; untested; H-14", VG-EX  Est.25-50

24  FOLK CHRISTMAS GARDEN CHURCH - Folk made, painted wood; "stained glass" windows; doors open and church lifts off to expose altar, benches and carpeted floor; electrified to light; fence pickets have damage and loss; H-11", 17" x 12", G  Est.50-100

25  EGYPTIAN MOTIF CHARGERS (2) - Relief silver decoration on copper; some polish wear; Dia.-9 1/2" - 16", G-VG  Est.50-100

26  ANTIQUE NEEDLEWORK RUGS (2)  - (1) Scottie dog, rectangle, 23" x 35"; (1) floral, round, Dia.-51"; edge wear and some stitch loss; G  Est.50-100

27  WOOD SAILBOAT MODEL - Berkleley Designs "Blue Sailboat" original tag; wood with cloth sail, string rigging; clean; L-24", VG-EX  Est.40-80

28  MINIATURE CANOE  - Bark and wood, handmade; bark has some splitting and minor unravelling on threaded perimeter; L-35", G-VG  Est.50-100

29  IRON HANGING SCROLLWORK LANTERN - (6) colored glass panels; could easily be wired for electricity; H-12", VG-EX  Est.40-80

30  VICTORIAN ART GLASS HANGING LIGHT FIXTURE - Swirled pink opalescent glass with reticulated and embossed metal fittings; a few very minor top rim chips; normal wear; globe H-8 1/4", total length 34", G-VG  Est.40-80

31  CARVED JADE CHESS SET - Asian carved jade chess set in original silk-lined box; (1) minor rim chip, some minor bruises; overall normal wear; box L-14 1/4", G-VG  Est.50-100

32  CARVED WOODEN PLAQUES (4) - (1) eagle, (1) Rock of Ages, (1) bath scene, (1) bird and snakes; minor scuffs and edge wear; tallest 16 3/4", G-VG  Est.50-100

33  ARTILLERY / TRENCH ART ITEMS (4) - Brass and copper; includes ashtray and letter opener; longest 10 3/4", VG-EX  Est.50-100

34  ASIAN CHOPS / SEALS & PAPERWEIGHT - (7) carved stone seals, one with original box; (1) glass paperweight with original box; mostly foo dog carvings; some minor bruises; longest 6 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100

35  WORLD'S FAIR, SOUVENIR & MINIATURE DISPLAY CASE (4) - Metal, wood and glass, includes:  (1) Pan American 1901 Exposition Buffalo pin tray, (1) 1893 World's Fair Miniature tray; (1) 1939 NY World's Fair spoon, (1) hinged oak cigar box with glass top, dovetailed; overall normal wear; longest 8", G-VG  Est.40-80

36  VINTAGE DESK ITEMS (6) - Standish, pen tray, inkwells, clip and blotter; brass; all inkwells retain glass inserts; (1) insert has rim chip; leather banded inkwell is rough, oxidation especially on interior; overall normal wear; longest 9", G-VG  Est.35-70

37  ASIAN SILK MATS (2) - hand knotted; (1) 20" x 14", clean; (1) 25" x 18", animal motif; has some blue staining on two corners, otherwise clean; VG-EX  Est.40-80

38  VINTAGE SCHLITZ ADVERTISING BEER DISPLAY SIGN - light-up electric; 1955 Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company Milwaukee, Wis. USA; Mfg. Hammer Brothers; metal frame with plexiglass windnow; minor paint chips on frame; window has some scuffs and sticker residue; L-10", G-VG  Est.40-80

39  ANTIQUE STILL BANKS (5) - Painted iron; includes:  (2) U. S. Mail banks, 1-mmissing back panel; (1) Army safe bank,  (1) gas stove bank, very clean; (1) building bank; chipping paint and finish losses to most; tallest 5 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100

40  BLACK FOREST BEAR & FIGURAL WOOD CARVINGS (13) - Includes:  (1) Black Forest bear, some splits, hollowed out bottom indicates it likely had a base; (2) German carved corks, (1) calendar and (1) napkin ring; (6) assorted animals; (2) shoes, 1-Yugoslavia, 1-signed; elephant's cork is broken off; animals have some minor chips mostly on ears; ribbons on calendar have some stains and heart pulls are split or broken; tallest 7", G-VG  Est.25-50

41  TRAMP ART FRAME - Wood, "crown of thorns" pattern; some pieces missing on top portion; opening 8 1/4" x 10 1/4", overall length 19"; G-VG  Est.40-80

42  VINTAGE CLOCKS (2) - (1) Kaufmann's column clock, runs; (1) Semca calendar clock, requires 9 volt battery (untested) missing back panel; tallest 9 3/4", G-VG  Est.50-100

43  SOUTHWEST BASKETS (6)  - (2) have minor stains; lidded basket has tiny rim bread; pine needle basket has minor losses; tallest 13 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100

44  PAIR VICTORIAN CEILING LIGHT FIXTURES - Etched glass globes with metal fittings; cloth covered wiring; overall very clean; L-15", VG-EX  Est.100-200

45  ANTIQUE FIGURAL BISQUE, ETC. ITEMS (6) - Includes:  lady nodder, bear pitcher, children on potty, porcelain character shaker, double handled vase, double matchstick holder; match stick holder basket handles have possible repair; overall minor marks and rubbing; longest 8 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100

46  VINTATE MINIATURE ADVERTISING BOTTLES & SHAKERS (30+) - Includes:  Pepsi, Coke, Old Export Beer, Fort Pill, Gunthers Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Blatz, etc.; most retain metal caps and labels; minor scuffs and tears; some retain liquid; Pepsi tote has three original bottles; normal wear; H-2 1/2" - 4 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100

47  ANTIQUE ADVERTISING, ETC. DESK CALENDARS (3) - Metal; (1) Fraim - Slaymaker Hdw. Co. padlocks, Lancaster PA mechanical calendar; (1) mechanical calendar with black arrow design; (1) 1893 calendar display with celluloid pages;  complete; normal wear with minor paint chips and stains; longest 5 1/2", G-VG  Est.-

48  VINTAGE MEDICAL DOCTOR FLANGE SIGN - Painted metal, wood and glass; hardwired to light up; double sided; has a few layers of paint; (1) chip on frame and some scuffs; normal wear; L-26 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100

49  REPRODUCTION IRON WARES (5) - Includes:  fire mark, boot jack, door stop, clock housing; painted iron; minor paint loss and marks; longest 17 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100

50  COCA-COLA LEADED GLASS HANGING LAMP - Clean, not original; Dia.-16", VG  Est.75-150

51  DACHSHUND IRON BOOTSCRAPE - Paint loss and rusting; L-21", G-VG  Est.50-100

52  VINTAGE SPRINKLER - H. B. Sherman Mfg., painted metal with plastic fittings; some very minor rust spots; paint loss; L-25 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50

53  SOUTHWEST BOWL & BASKET - (1) Adakai Navajo bowl: black clay with band of animals and arrows; H-9", Dia.-10"; (1) basket: figures and dogs, H-4 1/2", Dia-7", normal wear; VG-EX  Est.50-100

54  EARLY BASKET - Top in-dented; some rim roughness; H-16", F-G  Est.50-100

55  GLAZED REDWARE CROCK - Green and brown glaze; rop twist handles; looks contemporary; slight crazing; H- 11 1/2"; G-VG  Est.40-60

56  MAMMY BOOTSCRAPE - Painted cast iron; wear; some paint chips; H- 15"; G-VG  Est.50-100

57  PAIR ALABASTER FISH LAMPS - (1) corner of base repaired; normal wear; H-24", G-VG  Est.50-100

58  CONTEMPORARY BELSNICKLE - Painted composition with mica flakes; Santa seated on snowball; H-12", VG-EX  Est.25-50

59  BULL DOG MECHANICAL BANK - Painted cast iron; glass eyes; minor paint loss; H-7 1/2", G-VG  Est.200-400

60  ANTIQUE INLAID SEWING BOX - Overall losses, inlay missing, no key, silvering loss and break on interior mirror; some embellishment losses and veneer loss; interior mirror loose from box lid; L-12", F-G  Est.40-80

61  COLD PAINTED BRONZE ARAB FIGURE - Painted bronze; Arab kneeling on rug; some paint wear and loss; unsigned; L-6", G-VG  Est.40-80

62  ART POTTERY VASES (2) - (1) handled pot - redware with brown glaze, some glaze crazing, unsigned; (1) signed Greenbaum; longest 12", VG-EX  Est.40-80

63  BLACK FOREST DESK SET - Carved wood with glass inkwell bottle inserts; some wood chips, split in base; L-12", G+  Est.50-100

64  BABYLONIAN STYLE ART POTTERY VASE - Large and heavy with drilled bottom; minor scuffs; H-30 1/2", VG-EX  Est.50-100

65  FOLK ART OWL SCULPTURE - Carved wood; wood splitting on back side (see photos) H-36", G-VG  Est.40-80

66  FOLK ART EAGLE on STAND - Painted wood; normal wear; H-37", G-VG  Est.30-60

67  VINTAGE WEBCOR REGENT CORONET TAPE RECORDER - Model #2207; records 2 and 4 track stereo tapes; has original instructioni handbook; runs; appears complete; case has some scuffs and marks; 15" x 17" x 9 1/2", VG-EX  Est.25-50

68  CARRIAGE SCENE PAINTING - MIGLIO - Oil on masonite panel, horse and carriage in foreground; signed S. Miglio lower right; linen style mat, gilt frame, framed size: 9 3/4" x 13 3/4", VG  Est.20-40

69  ASSORTED INKWELLS, INK BOTTLES, ETC. (9) - Includes:  (1) early glass conical form ink bottle; (1) hexagonal early glass ink bottle (roughness around top); (1) early metal travelling inkwell with brass top and button release; (1) glass inkwell with glass cover; (1) clear glass inkwell with pen rest; (1) ceramic flip lid inkwell (numerous chips to base); (1) clear glass inkwell with prismatic hinged lid (small chip on base); (1) wood "Carter's New Blue Black Fountain Pen Ink traveller's case", paper litho label shows age wear, no bottle; (1) Sanford's globe form ink well, retains Sanford's glass bottle within; largest H-4", F-VG  Est.40-60

70  PAIR OF SCENIC WATERCOLORS - DE BEELS - (1) Venetian scene with bridge, signed lower right: de Beels; (1) architectural scene along waterway, unsigned but presumably by same artist; framed and matted; sight size: 3" x 11 1/4"; framed size: 10 1/2" x 18 1/2", VG-EX  Est.20-40

71  INLAID WOOD SEWING BOX - Walnut or mahogany box with burled, rosewood, etc. inlays, abalone inlay  central and escutcheon; interior fitted with mirrored lid and (7) compartments; (1) lid missing, (1) knob missing, numerous lid supports need re-gluing or replacing; no key; retains only one foot, H-4 1/2", L-12", depth-7", G  Est.20-40

72  LARGE ART POTTERY CHARGER with NUDES - Large glazed charger, abstract nude women motif, unsigned, metal hanging bracket on rear, no damage noted, Dia.-17", VG-EX  Est.20-40

73  (3) FIGURAL METAL DESK PIECES - (1) painted metal buccaneer seated on chest, hinges on chest are broken, wood lined chest interior (cigarette box); L-5 1/2"; (1) gold painted cast iron Arabian figure with sword, felt bottom (paperweight?), H-6 3/8"; (1) patinated bronze duelist with pistol held overhead, verdegris patina; H-8 1/4"; very minor chipping to painted surfaces, overall VG  Est.50-100

74  (2) PAIR BOOKENDS: PEACOCK & WASHINGTON - (1) pair painted cast iron peacock bookends, H-4 3/4"; (1) pair bookends, profile images of George & Martha Washington; bronze-color patina; H-7"; paint chipping and wear, most visibly to peacocks' faces; G-VG  Est.20-40

75  BALINESE POLYCHROME FOLK ART (3) - Includes:  (1) panther / demon mask with hinged jaw, (1) mermaid / goddess with fish body and tail; (1) standing figure with mirror; some paint chips and losses, most noticeably to standing figure's nose; some checking in top of mermaid's headdress; uncertain of age; longest L-21", G-VG  Est.25-45

76  (3) ORNATE CEREMONIAL KNIVES - Includes:  (1) short knife with tooled handle and straight blade, scabbard decorated with embossed leaves, acorns, and birds, figural clip, L-14 3/4"; (1) knife with wood handle, metal embellishments, curved blade, sheath appears to be brass with silvered metal inlays, blade is very rusty, knife handle may be missing some embellishments/pieces, L-16 3/4"; (1) Indian Kukri, horn handle with decorative metal inlays, velvet sheath with peacock design in gold thread, pearls and sequins; blade etched and marked "India", some rust spots, most likely a souvenir piece, L-20 3/4", overall G-VG  Est.40-60

77  GRIZZLY BEAR OIL ON BOARD - MORRELL - Oil on board, image of grizzly bear in clearing, inscribed lower left:  "To Joe Jackson  - Wayne Morrell 1976", back of board further inscribed in magic marker "Howard Joseph Jackman Happy Birthday Sept 27 1976…", framed; sight size: 11" x 14"; framed size 14 1/2" x 20 1/4", overall VG  Est.25-50

78  BRASS STUDENT LAMP  - Single, currently electric, fitted with yellow cased glass shade, shade has very minor roughness around base; no chimney globe; some minor dings in reservoir; adjustable, H-20 3/4", globe Dia.-7", VG  Est.20-40

79  (4) MID CENTURY / MODERN ART POTTERY VASES - Includes:  (1) blue and white wedge shaped vase with incised decoration, signed Andrews '96; (1) brown mottled glaze vase, signed indistinctly, '70; (1) stoneware vase with impossibly tiny neck, signed illegibly; (1) tall brown vase with fissure motif, signed Alex '90; tallest 17 1/2", VG+  Est.30-50

80  DOMED CAKE PLATE and EXTRA DOME - Unmarked clear glass cake plate with intaglio style rose motif, yellowing where base meets plate; Dia.-11 1/2"; (1) additional clear glass dome, early and massive, several chips along rim of dome; H-9", Dia.-12"; G-VG  Est.20-30

81  ANTIQUE YARN WINDERS (3) - Includes (2) hand hewn and turned wood winders, 1-with pegged construction; (1) umbrella style swift winder with table clamp; appears complete but several slats require re-tying; cording is brittle and loose; largest L-27", VG  Est.20-40

82  ROSE MEDALLION SHRIMP DISH & COVERED VEGETABLE - (1) Famille Rose covered vegetable, pinecone finial, shaped top; butterflies and floral interior; (2) chips and small hairline in lip of base, visible from underside; age wear to glaze and gilt decoration; L-10 1/2"; (1) Famille Rose shrimp dish, heavy wear to gilt decoration, no damage noted, L-10 1/4", G-VG  Est.50-100

83  (3) PCS. IMARI STYLE EXPORT PORCELAIN - (1) phoenix motif plate, blue transfer central motif with handpainted phoenix vignettes, heavy glaze losses in handpainted areas, Dia.-8"; (1) octagonal dish with scene of table and floral arrangement, cute bat and butterfly; several rim chips both front and reverse, heavy loss of gilt decoration; L-9 1/8"; (1) large imari style platter, scalloped edge, moderate glaze loss and wear, Dia.-12 1/4", G-G+  Est.30-50

84  ASIAN BRONZE VASE - Embossed floral / lotus design, bulbous form, reddish patination, dent in side (roughly half dollar-size); unsigned; H-12", G  Est.20-40

85  ROSE MEDALLION CHESTNUT BASKET with UNDERPLATE - Famille Rose reticulated basket with matching underplate; soiling and wear to interior , with some glaze losses and gilt loss; minor foot rim chip to underplate; underplate L-9 3/4", VG  Est.50-100

86  (2) MODERN ABSTRACT BUSTS - Composition; (1) large abstract bust of a woman on black base, chip to nose, scratches and loss to back of head, signed illegibly on reverse, H-21"; (1) abstract bust/torso of woman, reverse marked "Austin Prod Inc 1988 © Karin Swildens; surface needs cleaning, small edge chips, most notably on left side and along lower hair edge; H-13", F-G  Est.20-40

87  TRUETONE TABLE RADIO - Wood case, Model D-1117; tube radio; cord cut (cannot test) some damage to fabric screen, wear to case, mainly to corners and edges; 16" x 8" x 10", G  Est.20-40

88  ASIAN INFLUENCED TALL VASE - Porcelain; clean; H-23", VG-EX  Est.25-50

89  BIG ANTIQUE GLASS BOTTLES (2) - Top rim slightly rough on taller bottle; H-17"-20", G-VG  Est.50-100

90  ANTIQUE CASED BALANCE SCALE - Henry Troemner for Arthur H. Thomas Co., Philadelphia; No. 50; brass and metal in wood and glass case; pull on drawer and glass slide panel missing; drawer is stuck closed; 18" x 17" x 9 1/4", G-VG  Est.50-100

91  (2) PAIR BOUDOIR LAMPS - (1) pair clear glass lustres with prisms; etched chimneys, (1) prism missing; takes candelabra type bulb, untested H-18 1/4"; (1) pair silverplated table lamps with tall cranberry flash chimneys, cords cut, chimneys are both chipped, H-16", G  Est.20-40

92  AQUATIC TRAY, SCULPTURE, ETC. (5) PCS. - (1) Arthur Court alligator tray L-19"; (1) starfish sculpture, S form, appears to be iron, H-19"; (3) patinated metal dolphins, likely originally part of larger sculpture, each shows evidence of where it was attached to something else, signed "Arthur" on fin, L-7"; overall G-VG  Est.30-50

93  PAIR OF VINTAGE RETRO VENETIAN GLASS TABLE LAMPS - White and gold ribbed form table lamps, brass bases and fittings; (1) retains partial foil label; some roughness to applied clear glass elements; some minor discoloration to brass fittings; untested, total height (including harps) 35 1/2" tall, VG  Est.40-60

94  BRONZE AND GREEN ONYX TABLE LAMP - Onyx base and column, bronze knees and paw feet, acanthus leaf ornament, corinthian column form; two sockets with pull chains, missing cap and finial; split in onyx base; untested; heavy; H-25"  Est.40-60

95  PAIR VINTAGE PAINTED METAL FLORAL TABLE LAMPS - Daisy and bellflower form with green leaves; untested; (1) lamp missing daisy petal; age appropriate wear with some paint chips; sold with pleated silk scalloped shades (one with small puncture); H-18 1/2", VG  Est.30-50

96  KAISER BISQUE GOOSE CATCHER FIGURAL GROUP - White bisque porcelain, man chasing after squawking geese with a sack, signed S. Bochmann; foil stamp "Golden Crown E&R", AK crown mark in blue; no damage evident; L-13", H-8 3/4", VG  Est.40-60

97  PATRIOTIC PHOTOS, FRAMES, ETC. (6) PCS. - Includes:  (1) framed portrait of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, toned printed copy  in eagle topped wooden frame, easel back; (1) studio photo portrait of unidentified soldier in printed Art Deco matt; (1) sepia tone photo of unidentified man in uniform; (1) photo portrait of soldier in reverse painted red, white and blue glass frame; (1) hand tinted photograph of uniformed soldier in reverse painted glass frame, featuring flags, tanks and airplane, (frame missing two metal corners); (1) painted cast iron frame with embossed eagle, airplane motif, easel back; glass frames have some paint loss and flaking; overall age appropriate wear and toning; largest H-14 1/4", G-VG  Est.30-50

98  LITHO TIN LEHMANN AUTOBUS 590 - Wind-up mechanism; front wheels turn with steering wheel; retains driver; some litho loss mainly to edges, railings and wheels; not working; some bends to railings; L-7 3/4", G-VG  Est.175-225

99  AUSTRIAN, ETC. GILT DECORATED PORCELAIN (6) PCS. - Includes:  (4) matching pieces of Austrian porcelain, each featuring classical vignettes, green, red and gilt decoration; lidded chocolate pot, cup & saucer, and small creamer; all marked with Austrian beehive mark; lot also includes (1) Spode large heavy garniture/vase with floral, cobalt and gilt decoration, white beaded trim; (1) small floral and gilt decorated bud vase, marked England / Staffordshire; overall age appropriate wear; some discoloration to interior of garniture; some gilding losses and wear; no discernable hairlines or chips, tallest H-8 1/2", VG  Est.40-60

100  LOT OF ASSORTED SILVERPLATE (4) PCS. - Includes:  (1) Raimond Sheffield England cased set of seven grapefruit spoons, (1) replaced non matching; (1) silverplated basket with bail handle, engraved "____Sadler from Aunt Minnie Dec. 24 1863"; (1) adjustable footed trivet; (1) large embossed footed tray with double handles, embossed areas reveal copper color; tarnish, age and silver wear, longest L-22 1/2", G  Est.20-40

101  14K YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE - Flat link chain; L-38", [15.73 dwt], VG-EX  Est.700-900

102  14K STAR SAPPHIRE RING - White gold, set with rosy "star sapphire" oval cabochon 10 mm x 8 mm; ring size 10 1/4, [5.88 dwt total]  Est.225-550

103  PEARL NECKLACES (2)  - silver tone clasps, (1) 20" strand graduated pearls (1) 31", featuring 7mm beads; G-VG  Est.50-100

104  SOUTHWEST STERLING BRACELETS (2) - (1) cuff style, etched design by Barry Herem, inner Dia.-2 3/4", [.89 ozt]; (1) hinged with geometric turquoise inlay, inner Dia.-2 3/4", [.95 ozt total], G-VG  Est.50-100

105  ASSORTED YELLOW GOLD JEWELRY (4+) PCS. - (1) Rope chain, unmarked, tests 14K, L-19 3/4", [2.3 dwt]; (1) Alaska Gold crescent pin/drop, with inlaid wood(?), tests 14K L-1 1/2", [4.3 dwt total]; (1) signed signet ring "MPS", size 5, tests 14K, [4.17 dwt]; (1) Saint Christopher Protect US" medal/drop, marked 14K, rear inscription partially obliterated; L-1 1/8", [1.95 dwt]; (1) 14K earring backing, 1/4", [.14 dwt]; G-VG  Est.450-650

106  VINTAGE HAT PINS & STICK PINS (5) - 10K and gold filled; (3) hat pins, gold filled with 10K tips, (1) 5 3/4", (1) 5 7/8", (1) 6 1/2"; (1) stick pin with 20 mm long natural pearl with 10K gold bezel, L-3" (1) Niagara Falls stanhope souvenir stick pin, gold filled, L-2 1/4"; pin on stanhope is slightly bent; normal wear; G-VG  Est.30-60

107  FROG BRACELET & PIG PIN - (1) sterling frog bracelet, L-8 1/4", [1.23 ozt]; (1) unmarked silver pig pin with blue stone eyes, L-2"; normal wear; G-VG  Est.30-60

108  SILVER JEWELRY (5) PCS. - (1) sterling snake tie clip, green stone eye, L-2 1/2"; (1) sterling and marcasite ring with green stone, German, size 5; (1) unmarked silvertone filigree portrait brooch/drop, L-1 3/4"; (1) agate brooch with sterling frame, L-1 1/4"; (1) silver chawrm, basket form with green enameled top, hinged with baby inside, L-1/2"; unmarked; normal wear; G-VG  Est.40-80

109  COIN & MEDALLION JEWELRY (4) - (1) medallion relief brooch, Dia.-1 3/4"; (1) English coin pin, 1884 10 cent, 1887 10 cent, and 1887 six pence, L-2"; (1) Kunstantine double-sided drop with sterling bezel, L-1 1/2", (1) English 1883 coin necklace on unmarked silver chain, L-17 1/2", some minor dents and wear, G-VG  Est.25-50

110   -   Est.-

111  ENGLISH SILVER NUTMEG GRATER - Nut form, hallmarks on rim; normal wear; L-1 1/2", [1.03 ozt], G-VG  Est.60-120

112  14K YELLOW GOLD DINNER RING - set with 5 carat+/- pear shaped faux diamond, modern design, [6.27 dwt total], size 6 3/4, VG-EX  Est.175-275

113  CARVED CORAL NECKLACE - Carved coral beads and intermittant gold beads, unmarked, beads test 14K, L-28 1/2", VG-EX  Est.50-100

114  14K 'EPIPHANY" YELLOW & WHITE GOLD CHOKER - Flat "C" link, shiny white gold links alternate with double brushed yellow gold links, made in Italy, L-17", [31.55 dwt], in original "Epiphany" box  Est.1200-1600

115  18K TIFFANY BIRD PIN with ORIGINAL BOX - 18k gold pin in form of stylized bird, L-2", [4 dwt], retains original velvet box, felt sleeve, and outer box, EX  Est.200-400

116  14K LADIES' GOLD GENEVE WATCH - Yellow gold case, black face, Japan quartz movement, untested; bright-cut filigree band; small diamond in face; 19.9 grams (total); L-7", EX  Est.200-300

117  14K YELLOW GOLD & DIAMOND LADIES' BRACELET - Hinged cuff with safety clasp, checkered design, two rows of .10 carat +/- round diamonds (21) total; inside diameter 2 1/4", [14.7 dwt total], VG-EX  Est.600-1200

118  14K YELLOW GOLD & DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE - 14K rope chain, L-18 1/2", [2.53 dwt]; heart pendant set with (50) .05 carat +/- diamonds, L-1 1/8", [3.63 dwt total]; [6.16 dwt total weight for both]  Est.300-500

119  14K ENGRAVED OCTAGONAL BANGLE BRACELET - Yellow gold, hinged, with safety closure, engraved floral / feather motif, [12.7 dwt], interior diameter 2.25", EX  Est.400-600

120  14K YELLOW & WHITE GOLD TWIST MOTIF BRACELET - Rope style yellow gold and small box link white gold strands, twisted together, marked 585, L-8", [10.1 dwt], EX  Est.300-500

121  14K YELLOW GOLD HINGED BANGLE BRACELET - Brushed surface set with (4) red stones .04+/- Ct and (3) diamonds .13+/- cts each; scroll openwork sides, interior diameter 2.25", [11.5 dwt total], EX  Est.350-450

122  14K YELLOW GOLD DINNER RING - rectangular floral openwork bezel set with large (10mm x 6mm +/-) faceted purple stone, surrounded by (40) tiny seed pearls, braided shank, size 6.5, [7.46 dwt total], VG  Est.150-300

123  14K YELLOW & WHITE GOLD RIBBON PIN - 14K yellow gold with white gold band, made in Italy, L-2", [6.3 dwt], VG  Est.225-300

124  14K YELLOW GOLD ENTWINED OVAL PIN - oval loop brooch, pin has slight bend, L-2 1/4", [3.67 dwt], VG  Est.100-200

125  14K YELLOW GOLD BAND - (10mm+/-) wide, with star and stripe motif, size 8.25; [5.4 dwt], EX  Est.200-300

126  14K YELLOW GOLD STARBURST PIN - Vintage yellow gold pin / pendant with (60) tiny pearls surrounding central .10 +/- carat diamond, total length 1", [3 dwt total], VG  Est.150-250

127  ART DECO DIAMOND DINNER RING - Unmarked 14k .white gold ring, band set with (4) .06 +/- carat diamonds, (1) .13 +/- carat diamond, (9) .04 carat +/- diamonds, (10) channel baguette sapphires; chevron motif to shoulders and edges of bezel; size 6.5, [4.24 dwt total] EX  Est.200-400

128  14K YELLOW GOLD ROPE CHAIN - L-19", [7.46 dwt], VG  Est.325-450

129  14K YELLOW GOLD ROPE CHAIN - Marked 585, L-16 1/2", [5.59 dwt] EX  Est.225-325

130  14K YELLOW GOLD HEXAGONAL LINK BRACELET - needs repair, L-7 1/4", [5.8 dwt], G-VG  Est.225-350

131  (2) YELLOW GOLD STICK PINS - Tests at 14K, originally made from cufflinks, (1) octagonal set with .08 +/- carat diamond, L-2 1/4", [1.67 dwt total]; (1) octagonal set with .2 carat +/- green cabochon stone, L-2", [1.48 dwt total]  Est.100-200

132  14K YELLOW GOLD BAND - Approx. 6 mm wide, size 8, [3 dwt], some wear; G-VG  Est.125-225

133  14K YELLOW GOLD FIGURAL PIN - Figure of boy and girl in open ended gold setting, L-1 3/4", [2.7 dwt], VG-EX  Est.100-200

134  FINN JENSEN NORWAY STERLING BRACELET - Vintage, sterling vermeil bracelet with black and white enamel, signed, L-7", VG-EX  Est.75-125

135  14K YELLOW GOLD OPAL DINNER RING - Open work conical setting, featuring five concentric bands set with (78+/-) .04+/- carat opals, each individually prong set, some discoloration to gold setting, size 6.5, [5.08 dwt]  Est.250-350

136  14K CIRCLE PIN - Set with (9) 5 mm+/- pearls and (9) .10 +/- carat sapphires, Dia.-1 1/8", 4 dwt total  Est.200-400

137  SINGLE STRAND PEARL NECKLACE  - Hand knotted;  unmarked 14K white gold clasp, set with pearls and clear stones, L-32", VG  Est.100-200

138  MAN'S 10K WHITE GOLD RING - Set with faux star sapphire roughly 8mm x 10mm +/-, .and (2) .04 carat diamonds on either side; size 6.75; [4.18 dwt total]  Est.100-200

139  10K MENS' UNIVERSITY OF MD SCHOOL RING - Set with red cabochon stone, Balfour, marked with Phi Sigma Delta; 1962 [12.28 dwt total]size 8.5  Est.300-500

140  10K FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL RING - 10K yellow gold, Forest Park High School Baltimore embossed oval, mounted to onyx tablet, sides marked June 19 and June 53; inscribed Sandy Levy on interior, size 8, [6.82 dwt total]  Est.200-400

141  10K OXFORD HIGH SCHOOL RING - 10K yellow gold, Art Deco design, sides marked 19 and 38, indistinct initials on interior, overall wear, size 10.75; [4.3 dwt]  Est.100-200

142  PAIR GOLD COIN CUFFLINKS - Mounted with 2 1/2 dollar Indian head coins, 1-1910, 1-1913, disc backs are unmarked but test 14K, each with "K" engraved monogram, Dia.-11/16", some wear to coins, [7.91 dwt total]; G-VG  Est.300-400

143  14K GOLD & LAPIS NECKLACE - Delicate rope style necklace set with 2 mm gold beads and approx. 12 x 3 mm lapis bars (7), total 24" long, [3 dwt total]  Est.125-250

144  14K YELLOW GOLD CHAIN with HEART - Fine oval link chain with thin heart pendant, marked Giatello, break in chain, L-15", [.45 dwt], G  Est.25-50

145  10K YELLOW GOLD SCHOOL PINS (2) - (1) round pin with radiating lines, marked STC in center, Dia.-3/4", [2.8 dwt]; (1) triangular pin with blue enamel, marked Alpha Sigma Pi, some wear and loss to enamel, L-3/4", [2.1 dwt total]; [5.0 dwt for both]  Est.100-200

146  (5) YELLOW GOLD FRATERNAL, ETC. PINS - (2) Phi Sigma Delta pins, 1-marked 10K, 1-tested 10K, each set with dozens of seed pearls; (1) Sigma Pi Sigma pin with Tau  on chain, tests 10K, black enamel, set with (4) .01 red stones and (14) seed pearls, chips to corner of enamel; (1) Alpha Epsilon Phi pin with Alpha Mu on chain, tests 10K; (1) The Hebrew School of Shaarei Tfloh Congregation '53 pin, tests 14K; longest 7/8", total weight [10 dwt]  Est.150-300

147  14K YELLOW GOLD GENEVA WATCH - Gold mesh band, roughly 12mm wide, square face with raised crystal, watch originally had a diamond rimmed cover rimmed with (24) diamonds, each approx. .025 cts.; cover has been professionally removed, but present; L-6.5", [23.47 dwt total]  Est.700-1000

148  14K YELLOW GOLD LUCIEN PICARD WATCH - 14K gold bezel and back, serial #85002, silvertone dial, leather band, bezel Dia.-30mm; L-8 3/4"  Est.200-400

149  (2) MOVADO LADIES' WATCHES - (1) Movado watch, black face with gold bezel, serial #8406412; quartz; Movado calfskin band, chip to crystal; bezel Dia.-30mm (approx.); (1) Movado watch, tan face, face marked Movado Swiss Zenith; serial #200510355; greyish tan Movado calfskin band; bezel Dia. approx. 24 mm; wear and scratches to crystal and wear to leather bands, G-VG  Est.100-200

150  14K YELLOW GOLD HINGED BANGLE BRACELET - Brushed surface with stylized feather engraved motif, interior L-2 1/4", band width approx. 12 mm; [12 dwt], EX  Est.400-600

151  14K OPAL and DIAMOND DINNER RING - Yellow gold, large 17mm x 14mm (approximately) oval opal surrounded by (24) .03+/- carat diamonds, [5.89 dwt total]; ring size 7.5, EX  Est.400-600

152  GOLD FILLED HAMILTON POCKET WATCH - Yellow gold filled, keystone watch case, 17 jewels, white porcelain face; not running, case has heavy wear; L-2 1/2", G-G+  Est.40-80

153  GOLD FILLED ELGIN POCKETWATCH - White gold filled, together with watch chain; not running; total L-2 1/4", G-VG  Est.30-60

154  14K WHITE GOLD & DIAMOND DROP and NECKLACE - Teardrop form 14K white gold pendant set with (53+/-) approx. .05 carat diamonds, pendant L-1"; chain L-18", [3.41 dwt total], EX  Est.200-400

155  PLATINUM BAND  - Set with (2) .13 carat diamonds; central stone missing (prong set); size 7; [2.19 dwt]  Est.100-200

156  PAIR DIAMOND STUD EARRINGS - Unmarked platinum or white gold, each set with approx. .3 carat diamonds, no backs  Est.200-400

157  (2) BANDS - SETTINGS ONLY - Both without stones, (1) 18K white gold band, size 7, [1.16 dwt]; (1) tests platinum, features settings for double row round stones and marquis stones, size 6 3/4", [2.51 dwt]; together with loose blue and clear stones  Est.100-200

158  14K & SPINEL SWIRL PIN - Swirl form, unmarked but tests 14K, set with (8) .04 blue spinel stones; L-1 1/2", [3.3 dwt total]  Est.125-250

159  14K NECKLACE with STAR OF DAVID DROP - 14K yellow gold, flat link chain; lobster clasp; together with 14k star of David pendant set with approx. .08 carat red stone; total weight 5.39 grams; necklace L-19"  Est.100-150

160  TRAMP ART FRAME - Carved wood; opening 27 1/4" x 20", VG-EX  Est.40-80

161  MAN AT DESK WOOD CARVING - Missing a hand; H-10 1/4", G-VG  Est.40-80

162  DISNEY TOYS & FIGURES (7) - Includes (3) retro toys with original boxes; (1) Schylling tin litho Donald Duck wind-up, with original box; (1) Schyllingn tin litho Mickey Mouse wind-up, NIB; (1) wooden Mickey Mouse, original box; (4) porcelain figures:  Mickey, Minnie, Doonald and Goofy; longest box 6", EX-NM  Est.40-80

163  VINTAGE JEWELRY BOXES (8) - Leather, wood, velvet, etc.; includes:  Tiffany & Co., Samuel Kirk & Son, Baltimore; Joya Majolica; Crosby, Keller & George Jewelers, Steman & Norwig Baltimore; some scuffs and marks; normal wear, given age; longest 7 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50

164  VINTAGE MILITARY, ETC. MEDALS (10) - Includes:  (2) Bronze Star medals with original boxes; (1) Military Merit badge with original box; (1) European African Middle Eastern Campaign; (1) Supreme Shrine Buffalo; (1) St. Paul 1908 Aleppo Temple; Visitor ITU badges, etc.; visitor badges missing pin bakcs; longest box 8", normal wear; VG-EX  Est.50-100

165  DAISY MAE DOGPATCH USA BANK - 1975 Capp Enterprises, Inc.; painted ceramic; decal mostly intact; H-7 1/2", VG-EX  Est.35-70

166  MAD MAGAZINE ALFRED E. NEUMAN FIGURE - Limited Edition maquette artist proof #43 of 250; resin; Neuman dressed as Humphrey Bogart; H-13 1/2", VG-EX  Est.60-120

167  NUDIST CAMP PUZZLE & MAD DOLL - (1) puzzle with original box, copyright 1966, Howard Kendel Mfg. USA; (1) Alfred E. Newman bendy doll; 1988 E. C. Publ. inc.; original packaging; puzzle box 17 1/2" x 14 1/4", VG-EX  Est.25-50

168  BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE BANKS (4) - Painted cast iron mechanical banks; (1) Jonah and the Whale (missing trap); (1) Punch and Judy; (1) Hometown Battery baseball bank; (1) Farmer Milking Cow; extremely minor paint loss; longest 10", VG-EX  Est.50-100

170  OLD MASTER STYLE ETCHING - REMBRANDT - Framed under glass; "Rembrandt" written in ink on back; toned; image size 2 1/4" x 1 3/4", G-VG  Est.50-100

171  WINNIE THE POOH FIGURE & BOX (2) - (1) Gumps, signed by Malcolm Moran Pooh bronze figure with stone base, net not attached to hand; (1) Tiffany and Co. enameled box; tallest 2 3/4", G-VG  Est.25-50

172  ANTIQUE SEWING BOX & IMPLEMENTS - Stained wood box with lined interior and interior fittings; many thread spools, needle packets, pin cushions, etc.; lining losses, no key, box has minor scratches; 12 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 6", G-VG  Est.50-100

173  ANTIQUE SAMPLER - Alphabet, framed under glass; small hole on right side; half way up; stitch loss; faded and toned; image 15 1/4" x 11 1/2", P-F  Est.25-50

174  ARROWHEADS, FOSSILS & MINERALS (50+/-) - 20+ Assorted stone arrowheads, includes:  1 3/8" Stansfield, 2 5/8" Smith blade, 3" Harrison Turkeytail blade, 2" knife blade, 1 5/8" Etley blade, and assorted shapes and sizes, largest 3", G-VG  Est.100-200

175  VINTAGE SEWING IMPLEMENTS (60+/-) - Includes (50+) carved bone tools, appears to be game of Jackstraws; (3) thimbles 1-enameled silver; (1) pair scissors, (3) needle cards ,complete; a few minor breaks on bone implements; longest 6", G-VG  Est.25-50

176  ANTIQUE BICYCLE PHOTOGRAPHS (6) - (4) framed under glass; black and white, sepia tone; (1) largest, oak frame with chain link border, mat stained, photo of gentleman with bike in front of bookstore, frame has minor losses; (1) man with baby and bike, mior corner creases; (1) two men with bikes, sleeping bags, W. J. Lee 62 state St. Rochester NY; (1) The Plain Dealer Newspaper boy on bike; (2) unframed:  1-Union Railway Station street scene; 1-Group shot with bike in center; minor stain and edge wear; some fading; largest frame 16" x 14", G-VG  Est.50-100

177  JOHN SINCLAIR-BLACK OIL ON CANVAS - "The Stone Cutters", oil painting on canvas; frmaed 1977, signed and dated; depicts on an old English scene; canvas size 12" x 16", VG-EX  Est.50-100

178  HENDLER'S ICE CREAM KEWPIE ADVERTISEMENTS (10) - Includes:  (1) decal, (8) Rose O'Neill Parker-Brawner prints; (1) framed "Hendlers - First Name in Ice Cream for Over Half a Century Baltimore Maryland"; minor edge wear and toning; decal curling; some edge creasing; longest 23", G-VG  Est.25-50

179  VINTAGE TRADE DISPLAYS (2) - (1) leather with (16) steel nails; (1) 50 veneer samples for cabinet woods, original box and price guide, Albert Constantine and Sons; minor wear and losses; L-9 3/4", G-VG  Est.30-60

180  SCULPTURE OF GIRL WITH PONYTAIL - Modeled fired clay life-size sculpture of girl; unsigned; detachable wood base; heavy; H-14", VG  Est.30-50

181  (3) ANTIQUE CASED WEIGHTS, SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS - Includes:  (1) cased set of weights:  heaviest 5 grams; missing two weights; in hinged wooden box; (1) cased brass watchmaker's depthing tool:  box has heavy wear and surface loss; (1) cased balance scale and weight set:  H. Kohlbusch New York, push button latch, balance scale needs new cords, missing (1) weight; overall wear to wood cases; longest L-7", G-G+  Est.30-50

182  VINTAGE SHAVING and RAZOR BLADE ASSORTMENT (16) PCS. - Includes:  vintage Remington 60 Deluxe battery powered razor; untested; painted metal; (1) miniature razor in plastic case "Razorettes"; (6) vintage boxes of Marlin Double Edge blades, various style packaging, most contain some blades; (1) package of Debonair Blades; (1) package of Clix blades; (1) small pack of Aladdin blades; (1) small pack of Gem Micromatic blades; (1) small pack of Presto Blades; (3) small packs of Gillette blades; paper litho packaging shows wear, tears, folds and fading; nearly all packages have some product within; largest L-4 3/4", overall G-G+  Est.30-50

183  FOLK ART / OUTSIDER ART MUMMY - miniature wrapped mummy figure within painted wood sarcophagus; pseudo-Heiroglyphics on lid; some weakness to wooden construction; mummy decorated with painted headdress, etc; L-20 1/2", F-G  Est.20-40

184  PARTIAL PAIR OF BRASS CANDELABRA - Appear to be "toppers" for a taller, standing candelabra; one is missing bottom flange, (2) bobeches and (1) candle holder; one appears more or less complete; each having seven "arms"; vine motif; some candle holders need tightening / reinforcing; tallest H-22 1/2", G  Est.40-60

185  TRIBAL BEADED HANGINGS (2) - (1) long wall hanging with snake and lizard motif, seed beads and cowrie shell on canvas; edge stitching is loose but beads appear fairly tight; L-50"; (1) hanging bird motif ornament, mainly seed beads; moderate soiling, some loose stitches/beads; L-16" (not including cord); overall G-VG  Est.20-40

186  (2) LANTERN / LAMPS - (1) Dietz Monarch lantern, clear globe, metal appears to be re-painted silver; (1) Adlake lantern, red globe, electrified; untested; tallest H-13", G  Est.15-30

187  DUBROVIN VACUUM GAUGE - Metal scientific aparatus with clear glass tube; "The Welch Scientific Company, Chicago USA", H-26", VG  Est.30-40

188  LEHMANN BALKY MULE EPL 425 - Tin litho cloth dressed clown driving donkey cart; wind-up mechanism working; fabric tunic has splits and losses; litho losses to edges; mule's feet show wear and bends; great forward/reverse action; L-7 1/4"; G-VG  Est.75-125

189  DECORATIVE CENTERPIECES (2) - (1) silverplate with five fluted vases (removable); (1) iron with four glass candle-fittings (removable), made in Sweden; normal wear; tallest 12", G-VG  Est.25-50

190  MATTHEW NORMAN CARRIAGE CLOCK - Swiss made; London; with key; runs; very clean; H-3 1/2", VG-EX  Est.50-100

191  SUN MFG. DISPLAY CASE - Oak with glass panels and doors, mirrored bottom; Sun Mfg. plate on bottom front; (2) glass interior shelves; top has some scratching and stains; 24 1/2" x 15 1/2" x 26 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100

192  DIRECTIONAL - Painted metal with glass piece, mounted to board; corner of glass piece broken off, easily replaced; small metal break; H-32", G-VG  Est.25-50

193  LARGE MEXICAN POT - Painted redware; four handles; figural border; minor scuffs and scratches; H-16 1/2", Dia.-12", VG-EX  Est.25-50

194  VINTAGE SHOE SALESMAN BENCH & MEASURE - Bench:  bent wood with painted metal legs; measure:  Brannock Device, metal; normal wear, minor paint loss; bench L-25", G-VG  Est.40-80

195  CARVED STONE SWAN - Stylized; minor marks and scuffs; L-19", G-VG  Est.40-80

196  E. BALL STONE BIRD CARVING - Few scuffs and bruises, L-15", G-VG  Est.40-80

197  AGNES YARNALL PLASTER CLOWN SCULPTURES (3) - Minor damage / chips on dog  on top of unicyclist's head; short clown has a few rust stains; tallest 28 1/2", G-VG  Est.40-80

198  AGNES YARNALL PLASTER CLOWN SCULPTURES (3) - Minor soiling, (1) small rust stain; H-27", G-VG  Est.25-50

199  AGNES YARNALL PLASTER CLOWN SCULPTURES (3) - (2) painted; bear missing one arm; minor chips tall clown's base appears repaired; tallest 26", F-G  Est.25-50

200  CHALK WARE CARNIVAL BULLDOGS (2) - Painted plaster; some paint chips, minor plaster chips; hairline and chip on base of one, H-16", G-VG  Est.40-80

201  ART POTTERY ROBINSON RANSBOTTOM VASE - Tall vase, signed R.R.P. Co 283/22; figural handles; a few firing flaws; minor crazing and scuffs; H-23", G-VG  Est.50-10

202  BRONZE LE TRAVAIL METAL FORGE SCULPTURE - Salon des Beaux-Arts; normal wear; H-26 1/2", VG-EX  Est.175-250

203  KANTZ FISH CARVING - Wood with painted wood shadowbox style frame; signed on back by artist; minor scuffs and scrapes; normal wear; L-38", G-VG  Est.75-150

204  NOVELTY ANIMATED DESK CLOCK - Celluloid face with animated angel hammering on anvil, mounted to green marble base; rear marked "I caught him" "Fab. Suisse"; when wound, angel hammers but hands simply hang down; light age wear to face and case, H-4 1/4", G-VG  Est.25-50

205  OIL ON BOARD TAVERN SCENE - Image of man with tankard; possibly signed illegibly lower right; overall crazing and warping to board, paint chips and losses; gold frame has losses and chips; (painting can only be loosely mounted in frame due to warp), image size: 7" x 5 1/2"; frame size: 11" x 9 1/2", F-G  Est.20-40

206  (3) WOODEN SHIP MODELS - Includes:  (1) wooden ship lamp, string rigging, missing several brown paper sails, marked made in Holland, lamp untested; (1) wooden sailing ship, string rigging, stitched cloth sails, signed on bottom: "by Charlie Chambers 1984"; on integral stand; (1) folk art tug boat, mostly wood construction with string and wood block and tackle, removable hold lid, with wood stand, largest L-17 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40

207  BRONZE TRIPTYCH MIRROR & FRAME - Mirror features three rectangular panels hinged together, each mirror beveled, reverse side panels covered with pebbled green leather/leatherette, central panel reverse covered with dark board; will stand, or has chain for hanging; some minor soiling and wear to central reverse panel; H-10 1/2", total L-22 1/4"; (1) patinated cast iron standing frame with cheval style stand; top and base stamped 9466; missing one hinge pin; H-11", holds 7" x 5" image, overall VG  Est.30-50

208  STEREOVIEW CARDS (43+/-) - Includes travel, comic, and "stereoscopic effect" cards; many are Keystone views; travel cards include:  Japan, Norway, United Kingdom, Moscow, Burma, Sicily, Spain, Germany and the Philippines, etc.; some in color; condition varies:  some are very clean, others have losses, heavy wear and fading, overall G-VG  Est.20-40

209  SPRATT'S PATENT KENNEL MEDICINE CHEST - Oak box with lift lid and bottom drawer; interior originally fitted with wooden compartments, very few slats remain; no key; woode is in nice shape, brass plaque on slanted lid, H-10 1/2" x 12 1/4" x 8", G-VG  Est.20-40

210  ASSORTED ANTIQUE / VICTORIAN HARDWARE - Includes bin pull, escutcheon, skeleton key, decorative lock, bolt style lock,  pair of hinges, etc.; mostly brass; mounted to piece of cardboard, longest L-4", VG  Est.20-40

211  ART DECO RICORDO DI NAPOLI CIGARETTE BOX - Inlaid wooden box with metal plaque with view of Naples; side panels open to reveal ashtrays, right side panel also opens top lid, which dispenses cigarettes, and plays the music box (if wound); music box mechanism works but may need cleaning (tempramental); left side door slightly ajar; L-8 3/4", H-4", VG  Est.20-40

212  (2) CIGARETTE DISPENSERS - (1) copper "Cigarette Valet", monogrammed plaque on lid, when opened a cigarette would drop down and be "lit" by this device; untested; surface wear and discoloration; no bottom (mechanism exposed) L-4 5/8"; (1) Park Sherman metal cigarette dispenser, tooled leatherette top, interior fitted with hinged flanges to hold loose cigarettes; wear to top, metal discoloration, L-7 1/2", overall G-G+  Est.15-30

213  WOODENWARE / TREENWARE LOT - Includes:  (1) vintage Apollonius cone, mathematic model that demonstrates conic sections:  circle, ellipse, parabola and hyperbola; top two wooden sections come apart; numerous chips and heavy wear along sections; H-9 1/2"; (1) turned wood shaker, screw top, repair around shaker holes, H-3"; (1) turned wood lidded canister, lid has a tendency to "lift" up;  H-4 1/2"; (1) turned wood cup with grooved design, H-2 1/8", (1) turned wood funnel, small "flattened" area on one side, L-7 1/4"; (1) turned wood lidded box, H-3 1/2"; overall G  Est.20-40

214  (2) EMPIRE ELECTRIC CHILDREN'S STOVES - (1) black case with turquoise door and backsplash, rust and paint loss around the Empire Metal Ware plackard; rust and metal discoloration on nickel plated areas; moderate paint chipping to door; oven interior shows rust; untested F-G; (1) black case with medium blue door and backsplash, nickel plated door surround, burner area and curved legs; minimal wear to blue painted areas; appears that burner areas may have been polished to remove oxidation, etc.; oven interior shows minimal age wear; Empire graphic on backsplash is weak with looses; untested; G-VG  Est.25-45

215  FOLKY DECORATIVE ANGEL / SANTOS FIGURE - Wooden body with jointed arms, tin pleated skirt and louvered wings; head and hands are naturalistic, mounted to black base; some spotting to feet and base; H-28", G-VG  Est.20-40

216  COUNTRY STORE LINEN DISPLAY RACK - Wood and metal construction; six horizontal dowels for hanging linens; (1) vertical piece has taped repair; 24" x 34" x 6", G  Est.20-40

217  (3) OVERSIZE BOTTLES - COCA-COLA & VODKA - (1) gallon glass bottle of Gilbeys Vodka, Maryland tax stamps affixed, retains foil label (wear and edge losses), empty; (1) oversize aqua glass Coca-Cola bottle, screen printed logo on glass (Coke and Coca-Cola); plastic cap "Enjoy Coca-Cola"; (1) green glass Coca-Cola bottle, corregated paper printed  with Coca-Cola logo (likely not original); silver and red plastic cap "Minium Contents 6 Fluid Ozs. Coca-Cola Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.";  tallest H-20", VG  Est.75-125

218  (2) PAIR UNUSUAL / NOVELTY CANDLESTICK HOLDERS - (1) pair, brass candlestick holders; made to sit on table, or hang on a wall; scrolled feet with embossed face ornament; candlestick is on a gimbal and will swing to accommodate either position; L-9"; (1) pair silverplated brass candle holders, round with beaded edge, (4) ball ornaments, each fitted three ball-topped prongs, presumably for gripping the candlestick; prongs are loose and bent; silverplating is mostly worn off; both sticks have a driver's license number etched into it; Dia.-9"  Est.20-40

219  VINTAGE MEXICO POPOTE / POPOTILLO DYED STRAW ART (2) - (1) labelled Carbonero, with scene of burrow and farmers; (1) labelled Carretero with farmer and wagon; both signed illegibly Te Grizy (?) in white; very intricate scenes; framed; image size: 6 1/4" x 8 5/8"; framed size: 10" x 12 1/4"VG  Est.50-100

220  (4) PCS. GOURD ART - Includes:  (1) small bowl with raffia and beaded top, three women dancing, signed Karen Saviskas; (1) small gourd with wolf scene , signed Esperanza Palomino; (1) large intricately decorated gourd, featuring braided cable bands and an elaborate village scene, signed D. S. G.; (1) figural carved gourd, depicting Peruvian woman, attached to wooden base; tallest H-12 1/2", VG  Est.40-60

221  (3) TRIBAL STONE CARVINGS - (1) Carved Native American figure with blankets and quiver, signed D. Pettigrew '96, appears to be carved alabaster or soapstone; no discernable damage; (2) primitively carved tribal figures, appear to be soapstone, Olmec influenced, but unsure as to age or origin; (1) figure may be missing part of headdress, scuffs; tallest H-7"  Est.30-40

222  VINTAGE BRIDGE ACCESSORIES - Includes:  (1) standing chrome card suit selector, plunger chooses Hearts, Spades, Diamonds, etc. which shows in the window;H-5"; (1) red plastic ringed cover for the "Auction Bridge Tally" notebook, J.C. Blair Company; first page is used, but the rest is blank; minor scuffs, spots and age wear to plastic; L-8"   Est.20-30

223  ASSORTED BRASS WARE (5) PCS. - Includes:  (1) columnar candlestick; (1) shaped candlestick; (1) oil lamp, retains wick; (1) shaker, split in top collar; (1) electric lamp, possibly electrified oil lamp; some corrosion to pierced base; lamp untested; tallest H-11 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40

224  ASSORTED CAMERAS & MOVIE CAMERAS (5) - Includes:  Kodak Brownie Super 27 camera; Jiffy Kodak V.P. (back does not stay shut); Anscoflex II with leatherette case, flash accessory; (1) Polaroid Highlander Land Camera model 80B with "Wink Light", light meter, instructions and leather case; (1) Argus Cinemax 8EE 8mm Reflex Automatic Power Zoom movie camera, in original box; cameras not tested for functionality; largest box: 12 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 3 1/4"; overall VG  Est.30-50

225  BISQUE & PORCELAIN DOLLS, FIGURES - Includes:  (1) bisque head composition child clown doll, clothing appears original, back of head marked 18; (2) cloth body jointed bisqued babies, 1-contemporary (Russ); (1) bisque shoulder head and limbs doll-house sized doll, (2) small bisque jointed babies, (1) glazed porcelain girl with cat, marked Bavaria; (1) bisque boy figure carrying two pigs, (1) bisque bear with bottle, marked Germany; (1) bisque pig holding four leaf clover surrounded by bags of money, (1) standing boy figure (repaired); most have soiling and age wear, clothing faded, etc; largest H-5 3/4", smallest H-1 5/8", G-VG  Est.40-60

226  PAIR BOOT SPURS - Metal; made in Chile; wheels have some light oxidation; L-7", G-VG  Est.30-60

227  VINTAGE ADVERTISING CALENDARS (2) - (1) Maxfield Parrish calendar, framed under glass on both sides, Edison Mazda Lamps 1927 for Tapley Electric Co. Brooklin Maine; glass cracked on rear side, toned and has some tears, tape residue on top hole and rear side, minor spots and creases; 20 1/2" x 9 1/2"; (1) crane Packing Co. Butchering Muncie Ind. 1948; "Flower Girl" by J. Erbit; minor tears and creasing; 33" x 16", F-G  Est.40-80

228  TRAMP ART DISPLAY - Carved wood; glass door; cross can be attached to top; (2) glass side panels missing; paper lined back panel; minor losses over all; H-40", G-VG  Est.100-200

229  STERLING FRAMES (3) - (1) plain, 14" x 11", [2.3 ozt]; (1) monogrammed MHG, 9" X 12", [2.3 ozt]; (1) monogrammed A. E. 9 1/4" X 7 1/4", [2 ozt]; (2) frames have glass; minor dents; G-VG  Est.50-100

230  KIRK REPOUSSE STERLING ICED TEA SPOONS (13) - (6) no monogram, [1.18 ozt each]; (7) monogrammed LTH, normal wear; L-7 1/2", [16.31 ozt total], G-VG  Est.150-250

231  PAUL'S PUPPETS KNIGHT ON HORSEBACK - Wood and papier mache; painted with velvet blanket; requires overall repair; horse head has tape repair and is not attached; strings broken; minor parts missing or unattached; paint losses and scuffs; L-24", F-G  Est.40-80

232  BLACK AMERICANA NOVELTY & TOYS (6) - Tin litho and metal; includes:  (2) string pull pins, 1-incomplete, missing pull-down mechanism with string; (1) round face tin; (1) whistle; (1) whistling string toy (missing string); (1) Mobile Alabama figural sterling spoon, L-5 1/4", [.36 ozt]; F-G  Est.40-80

233  TRAMP ART FRAMES (2)  - Carved wood; (1) triple pane with glass, minor losses on upper corner of left pane; (1) frame, no glass; minor breaks and losses; G-VG  Est.40-80

234  STEAM TOYS (4)  - Metal; (3) made in France; brick saws, etc. (1) circular saw, Japan, with oirginal box, AHI brand No. 5932/7; normal wear; box has some tears, flap unattached; longest 6", G-VG  Est.50-100


236  BRONZE & METAL BASKETS (3) - (1) painted; minor losses; normal wear; tallest 10", G-VG  Est.40-80

237  FIGURAL GLASS ITEMS (5) - (3) pieces glass fruit, multi-color, all have ground areas for sitting on side; possible minor chip on tip of pear leaf, H-4"-6 1/2"; (1) bottle with face stopper, label obliterated, H-7 1/2"; (1) fish form compote, Prima Donna, L-14", G-VG  Est.50-100

238  ROBERT E KUHN MODERNIST SCULPTURE - Metal figure of soldier carrying gun and blade, wearing hat, traces of paint on pants and hat, mounted to weathered wooden board, signed on bottom, H-24 3/4, VG+  Est.75-125

239  MINIATURE HATCHET & SWORDS (6)  - Wood and metal; normal wear; longest 8", G-VG  Est.30-60

240  LEAP YEAR CALENDAR with STERLING FRAME - Calendar is two sided with pull tabs on each end that slides the days of the week; calendar toned with minor spots, stains and edge wear; frame 10 1/2" x 8 3/4", [3.46 ozt]; minor dents; G-VG  Est.50-100

241  ANTIQUE G E FAN - Iron with brass blades; cord repaired in two places, needs rewiring; hums but does not turn; H-20", G-VG  Est.40-80

242  METAL ADVERTISING PIECES (5) - (1) Nu-Vise P400; (1) Moffat's National Stoves Westonon fry pan/ashtray; (1) O'Donnell horse shoe; (1) painted hatchet "CA"; (1) R. A. Knipschild Pumbing and Heating, Freeport Ill plaque; minor rust, normal wear; longest 7 3/4", VG  Est.30-60

243  MONT BLANC FOUNTAIN PEN with ORIGINAL BOX - Germany; 14K gold nib; includes guarantee and box of ink cartridges (dried up); clean; pen 5 1/2", box L-9", VG-EX  Est.50-100

244  DISNEY TELEPHONES (2) - Plastic; (1) Mickey Mouse push button phone, minor wear and fading, needs cleaning; (1) Goofy Animated Talking Telephone; Goofy moves and talks when phone rings; original box; phones untested; tallest VG-EX  Est.40-80

245  VINTAGE PENS (6+) - Includes:  (3) mother of pearl dip pens, gold tone nibs; (1) sterling dip pen (no nib); (1) Esterbrook fountain pen; (1) Imperial fountain pen; together with (3) original pen boxes and lead case; normal wear; longest box 7 3/4", VG-EX  Est.50-100

246  ANTIQUE TOYS & BOX (4) - (1) Cast iron airflow car, minor paint loss, wheels fatigued and need replacing; (1) cast iron Kilgore trike, minor paint loss and rust; (1) painted metal truck; (1) Toy-land's Treasure Chest box only - No. 4 Road builder set from Dent toy shops, Fullerton PA USA; paper litho, minor stains and toning; box L-12", G-VG  Est.50-100

247  STEUBEN FROG & FROG FIGURINE - (1) Steuben frog, like new in original box; (1) painted metal frog sittin on seashell, minor paint loss and oxidation; shell has a pin-head sized hole; longest 4 3/4", VG-EX  Est.40-80

248  MINIATURE ANTIQUE CLOCK & WATCH with ORIGINAL BOX - (1) French Fleur-de-lis Swiss wind-up clock; mother of pearl frame and base; leather double door box, runs; (1) presentation watch, silvertone with clip on back; central cherub; very ornate; box is velvet lined; not running; normal wear; longest box 6 3/4", G-VG  Est.50-100

249  CARVED PLAQUES & FRAMES (4) - Wood and tile; (1) basketweave frame with beveled mirror; (1) 1916 carved floral frame (no backing); (1) carved floral plaque, some stains; (1) inlaid bird tile, crazed, minor losses overall; longest 15", G-VG  Est.40-80

250  BALTIMORE COLT'S RIDDELL HALF HELMET - Framed, cloth backing; minor scuffs; frame 13 1/2" x 15 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50

251  BALTIMORE "CITY OF CHAMPIONS" EASEL BACK SIGN - Screen printed cardboard; minor edge wear, (2) pin holes top right, left corners and bottom middle; minor marks and minor creases on top portion; toned; shows "Flagtown USA" with Oriole bird; 24" x 18", G-VG  Est.75-125

252  ENOCH WOODS OLD BALTIMORE VIEWS RED TRANSFER (3) - Enoch Woods - Old Baltimore Views for Hochschild Kohn & Co., Burslem England; red transferware, floral borders; (2) Viaduct on Baltimore and Washington Railroad, 1-plate, Dia.-7 3/4"; 1-cup, H-2 1/2"; (1) plate, View of Baltimore, Dia.-10", 1-rim chip; overall G-VG  Est.20-40

253  ENOCH WOODS OLD BALTIMORE VIEWS PURPLE TRANSFER (4) - Enoch Woods - Old Baltimore Views for Hochschild Kohn & Co., Burslem England; (1) battle monument 9" plate, chip to underside and hairline; (1) Washington Monument Baltimore, 5" saucer, chip; (1) Washington Monument Baltimore, 6" plate; (1) Viaduct on Baltimore and Washington Railroad oval bowl, 9 3/4" x 7"; overall G-VG  Est.20-40

254  VINTAGE SOUVENIR PLATES (3) - (1) Lord Baltimore Hotel 10 1/2" plate - features The Planting of Colony of Maryland on March 25 1634 after a painting by F. B. Mayer; Onondaga Pottery Co. Syracuse NY; EX; (1) Café Baum Baltimore MD 10" plate - marked on back  Patented Design Fritz Baum Baltimore by New York, Chicago Bauscher-Werden Germany; faded scene of Francis Scott Key Monument; poor condition with small rim chips; heavy wear and fading; (1) Currier & Ives reproduction - Americana Series, colored scene of Baltimore  in center with embossed white border; "Baltimore Taken by Whetstone Point", 10" plate; F-VG  Est.20-40

255  CONTEMPORARY BALTIMORE SOUVENIR PLATES (5) - (1) Villeroy & Boch 8" Hutzler's Palace plate, commemorating re-opening April 1985 #2053; (1) Baltimore Souvenir plate featuring skyline, Ft. McHenry, National Aquarium, U.S.F. Constellation, made by Traub Co. Japan, two crabs, rope and anchor border; Dia.-9 1/4"; (1) Fort McHenry souvenir plate, blue and white, Vernon Kilns U.S.A., made exclusively for Evelyn Hill, Dia.-10 1/2"; (1) Southern High School 25th Anniversary  plate, Kiwanis Club of Baltimore, 1954; Vernon Kilns USA, shows eleven Baltimore landmarks with Black Eyed Susan border; polychrome; Dia.-10 1/2"; (1) Snack Hon? 12 1/4" plate; Baltimore Big Hair Lady, signed Miller '02; VG-EX  Est.20-40

256  (14) BALTIMORE MD VINTAGE POST CARDS MISC. UDB -LINEN - (1) "Greetings From Baltimore MD",  Letter Carrier Series 1907 Add-on with 12 Views used no stamp  UDB, Written Message on the back of folded Views; (1) "Masonic Arch Star Spangled Banner Centennial Sept. 6 '13",  used 1914  with stamp , B&W; (1) "Views of Baltimore Md", used 1906 UDB  tape residue with stamp, B&W; (1) "Greetings from the City of Baltimore" used  1907 with stamp , writing on front with date; (1) "Baltimore Md"  4 Leaf clover unused , Rinn Publishing; (1) " The Beachey Air Ship  rounding  City Hall Baltimore" unused B&W; (1) "Hubert Latham  The Man Who Delighted all Baltimoreans Seated in His Antoinette",   unused B&W; (1)"Aviator Latham in His Aerioplane Flying of the City of Baltimore", unused B&W; (1) "Baltimore Our Baltimore", used 1924 with stamp; (1) "Mercantile Trust & Deposit Co. of Baltimore"   1912 Promotional, used with Stamp; (1) "Greeting from Baltimore MD" used 1951 Linen with stamp; (1) "Baltimore's Transatlantic Air Base, Municipal Airport Dundalk near Baltimore Md",  unused Linen; (1) " Terminal Building Friendship International Airport Baltimore, MD."  unused Linen; (1) " Observation Ramp, Friendship Airport, Baltimore MD"  unused Linen   Est.20-40

257  (74) BALTIMORE MD VINTAGE POST CARDS, INNER HARBOR & VICINITY UDB-LINEN - (1) "View of the Ruins of the Big Fire of Feb. 7th and 8th 1904 Baltimore, Md." used 1916 with stamp; (1) "Scene  After the Big Fire Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "Reconstructed Baltimore Street After the Great Fire Baltimore Md"  used 1906 UDB  with Stamp; (1) "Eutaw St. Looking South, Baltimore Md"  used 1928 with stamp; (1) "Howard Street Looking North From Fayette St.  Baltiomore MD"  used 1926 showing Cars & Trolleys,  tape residue  on back  with stamp; (1) " Howard Street Baltimore Md"   unused  Trolley street scene; (1) "Fallsway, Baltimore, MD",  unused,  Jones Falls(1) " Park Avenue and Liberty Street Baltimore Md"  used 1909 with stamp  Trolley street scene; (1) "S. Broadway Baltimore MD" Trolley street scene,used 1910  Stamp removed; (1) " Recreation Pier Foot of Broadway Baltimore MD"  used 1925 with stamp; (1) " Tyson Street"   unused,   Reproduction of oil painting by Maria Tiffany,  B&W; (1) " View From Federal Hill Before the Fire of 1904" unused UBD,  B&W; (1) "View From Federal Hill Baltimore Md"  used 1907 UDB with stamp; (1) "Greeting From Woodberry Baltimore MD"   unused UDB  B&W; (1) "Preston Gardens Baltimore MD" used 1939 B&W; (1) " Baltimore Street west from North St. in 1906 Baltimore Md"  unused UDB; (1) "Baltimore and St. Paul Streets Baltimore MD"  used 1913, Trolley street scene with stamp; (1) "Baltimore Street From McLand Place West Baltimore MD" used 1912 with stamp, Horse drawn carriage street scene; (1) "Baltimore Street East from B & O Building, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Baltimore Street West from Continental BLDG. Baltimore MD"  used 1920 with stamp crease; (1) " Baltimore Street Baltimore Md"  used 1907 with Stamp UDB,  Trolley street scene, taped on back ,  B&W; (1) "Baltimore Street and Hopkins Place Looking East"   used  no stamp UDB , tape on back  B&W; (1) "Cor. Baltimore and Calvert St. Baltimore Md"  unused UDB .  Trolley street scene; (1) "Baltimore Street East From Hanover St. Baltimore MD"  Hand colored unused, Trolley street scene; (1) " W. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD"  Hand Colored , used 1908 with stamp; (1) " Charles Street Boulevard Baltimore Md"  used 1918 with stamp; (1) " Lexington Near Howard Street Baltimore"  unused UDB; (1) " Lexington St. Looking East from Howard St. Baltimore MD"  Pedestrians in street  unused; (1) "Howard Street Looking North on Lexington St. Baltimore MD" unused Trolley Scene; (1) "Lexington Street Shopping District Baltimore MD" unused UDB, Horse Carts street scene; (1) "Lexington Street Baltimore Md"   used 1917 with stamp , Pedestrians and Trolley scene, crease; (1) " Lexinton & Eutaw Sts. Baltimore Md" used 1905 with stamp, Pedestrian street scene  UDB; (1) "Birds-eye view from Federal Hill Baltimore MD" used 1907 with Stamp UDB; (1) " Baltimore Harbor"  used 1908 UDB with stamp; (1) "Birds-eye View of Baltimore MD"  1908 used with stamp; (1) "Birds-eye view Baltimore MD" unused UDB; (1) "Birds-eye view Office Building Section Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Birds-eye View of Greater Baltimore Showing Sky Scrapers" used 1908 with stamp; (1) "Baltimore Harbor Baltimore MD"   used 1907 UDB with Stamp, large  Crease & Tape on back; (1) "Steamer Louise Leaving Baltimore for Tolchester Beach MD"  used 1909 with stamp; (1)" Greater Baltimore View from Basin" unused UDB; (1) "View of Harbor Showing Excursion Boats Baltimore MD"  unused, Scibbles on back and corner bottom cut off; (1) "Water Front and skyline of Baltimore MD"   used  No stamp No postmark; (1) "The Harbor Baltimore Md"  used 1912 with stamp; (1) " Waterfront Light Street Baltimore MD"  used 1912 with stamp,  lots of boats; (1) " Light street Wharves Baltimore MD"  used 1912 with stamp , Horse drawn carts and large buiding scene; (1) "Light Street Baltimore Md"  used 1916  with stamp  Horse draws carts and wagons; (1) "Light Street Baltimore Md" unused, Street Scene with trolley; (1) " Light Stret Wharf Baltimore MD"   unused   Horse drawn carts and wagons; (1) "Baltimore Md Oyster Wharf"  used 1908; (1) " Skinners Dry Dock Baltimore MD"  used 1907 with stamp UDB; (1) "Oyster Fleet Pratt Street Baltimore MD"  used 1910; (1) " Fort Carroll Baltimore Md"  used 1912 with stamp; (1) " Fort Carroll near Baltimore Md"  unused; (1) "Hanover Street Bridge Baltimore MD"   unused  Linen; (1) " Skyline and Inner Harbor Baltimore Md" unused; (1) "Baltimore MD Harbor"    unused B&W'; (1) "Driving First Pile for the new Docks Baltimore Md" unused UDB; (1) "Waterfront Showing Coca Cola Building Baltimore MD" used 1916 with stamp; (1) " A Busy Scene Along the Wharves Baltimore Md"  unused UDB; (1) "Lazaretto Light House Baltimore MD"  unused UDB,  B&W; (1) " Broadway Ferry Baltimore Md"  unused; (1) " Ocean Liners in the Dock Baltimore MD" used 1916 Stamp removed; (1)  "Federal Hill Baltimore Md"    used with stamp B&W; (1) " Col. Armistead Monument Federal Hill Baltimore MD"  Hand Colored, used,  Not Posted; (1) "Scene in Harlem Square, Ridgely Monument,  Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Odd Fellows Monument Broadway, Baltimore Md"   unused ,UDB, B&W; (1) " Public Square  and Monument Baltimore Md"  used 1909 with stamp; (1) "Preston Gardens Baltimore MD"  unused Linen; (1) " Greyhound Bus Terminal Baltimore Md"  unused Linen; (1) "Charles St. Boulevard Looking South Baltimore Md" unused; (1)  " Birds-eye View of St Paul Place annd Business Section Baltimore Md" unused  Date Oct. 2 1929  hand written on front; (1) " Charles Street Boulevard Baltimore Md"  used 1918 No stamp; (1) " Fell's Point Baltmore Md"   no postage 1974  Est.20-40

258  81 BALTIMORE MD POST CARDS,  BUILDINGS, CITY HALL, SHOT TOWER , THEATRES ,  UDB - LINEN - (1) "Night View of Baltimore, MD. " used no stamp; (1) " Emerson Bromo Seltzer Tower, Baltimore MD" Usued with Stamp; (1) "Montgomery Ward and Company , Washington Blvd & Monroe St."  used 1940 with stamp  Linen; (1) " Stewart & Co. Baltimore's  Biggest Store"  Usued 1915 with stamp B&W; (1) "Coca-Cola Building, Baltimore Md"  used 1937 with  stamp; (1) " View of Calvert City Home of Calvert Distilling Co" unused; (2) "  The Baltimore Sun Building "  Both unused  Different views 1 UDB; (1) "The City Hall Baltimore, MD" used 1905 with stamp UDB  corner damage B&W; (1)" City Hall Halliday Street Baltimore Md " unused  UDB; (3) " City Hall Baltimore Md"  differnet views unused; (1) " City Hall Illuminated  for Baltimore Jubilee 1906" used with Stamp  UDB(1) "Birds-eye View Post Office City Hall Baltimore MD"  used 1912 with stamp; (1) " Council Chamber Baltimore Md" used 1906, UDB, B&W with stamp; (2) "Shot Tower Baltimore Md" 1 used 1907 no stamp,  1 unused,  both UDN & B&W; (2) "Shot Tower Fayette Baltimore MD"  1 UDB used, Not posted, 1 unused, Different views; (3) "Custom House Baltimore Md" 1 UDB unused, 2 Other views unused; (1) " Lexington St Bldg. Lexington & Liberty Sts. By Night Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Mutual Benefit Society N. E. Cor. Fayette and Pearl Sts. Baltimore Md  used 1910 with Stamp; (1) "American Building Baltimore MD "  UDB unused  B&W; (1) " Munsey Building and Battle Monument Baltinore MD."  used scribbled Back not Posted;  (1) "Heptasoph's Hall Cathedral and Preston Sts. Baltimore Md"   used 1907 with Stamp UDB; (2) "The Knights of Columbus Club, Cathedral & Madison Sts. Baltimore Md " 1 view of Swimming Pool and 1  view The Blue room, unused Sepia color; (1) "Woodland Hall, Forest Park, Baltimore Md" used 1912 with stamp; (1) "The Walker-Hasslinger Restaurant, The Mariner's Nook" Charles St. Baltimore, unused B&W; (1 )"Baltimore & Ohio R. R.M.C.A .Building Baltimore MD" used with stamp, bent corner; (3) "General Offices of B & O R. R." 1 used 1906 with Stamp UDB,  1 unused, 1 used view by Night not Posted; (1) "Hotel Belvedere Baltimore MD" used 1906 UDB with stamp B&W; (1) "Southern Hotel Redwood  and Light Sts. Baltimore MD" used 1935 with stamp; (1) "Hotel Caswell, Hanover St., Baltimore  MD" unused; (1) "New Howard Hotel, Howard St. near Baltimore" used 1910 Stamp removed; (2) "Rennert Hotel Baltimore Md" 1 UDB unused B&W, 1 unused  color; (1) "Theatrical District Showing the Maryland Auditorium and Academy Theatres, and The Kernan & Academy Hotel, Baltimore Md"  used 1915(?) with stamp; (1) "Albion Hotel Cathedral Street Baltimore MD" unused with name on back  B&W; (1) "Hotel Emerson, Baltimore and Calvert Sts., Baltimore MD"  used 1912 with stamp; (1) "Lord Baltimore Hotel Baltmore MD"  unused B&W; (1) "Hotel Stafford Baltmore MD"  unused  B&W; (1) "Westminster Hotel Corner Fayette and Paca St., Baltimore MD" unused B&W; (1) "Greenway Apartments Charles at thirty-fourth Street, Baltimore MD"  used  1948  with stamp; (1) "the Statler Hilton Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Sheraton-Baltimore Inn, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Hopkins Place Savings Bank, Baltimore MD" unused UDB; (1) "Maryland Trust Building Baltimore MD"  used 1909 with stamp  B&W; (1) " Fidelity Building N. Charles Street Baltimore MD"  Hand Colored, unused, dated penciled on back 4/26/13; (1) "Union Trust Co.  Building Baltimore MD" used 1906 with stamp  UDB; (1) "Baltimore Trust Building Baltimore MD"  unused Linen; (1) "Maryland Trust Co. Stock Exchange Baltimore MD"  used 1906 with stamp UDB tear on crease B&W; (1) "Nat'l. Bank of commerce - First Nat'l Bank,  South Street"   used 1907 with stamp;  (1) " Savings Bank of Baltimore, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "The Centinental Trust Bldg. Baltimore Md"  used 1914 with stamp; (2) "Maryland Casualty Building, Baltimore Md" 1 used 1915 with stamp, 1 scene at night used 1918 with stamp; (3) "Camden Station Baltimore Md" 3 differnet views, 1 used 1906 stamp removed 2 are unused; (4) " Lexington Market Baltimore Md"  1 used 1907  with trolley, with stamp UDB,  I used 1908 stamp removed and creased corners,  2 unused  1 interior of market; (1) "Fish Market Building with Horse  carts in front Baltimore Md"  used 1908 with stamp; (1) "Maryland Institute, Fish Market, Center Market, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) " Belair Market Baltimore MD"  used 1925 with stamp; (1) "Gayety Theatre Baltimore Md"  used 1912 with stamp  B&W; (1) "Holiday ST. Theatre Baltimore MD"  unused UDB  B&W; (1) " Maryland Theatre and Hotel Kernan, Baltimore  MD"  used 1912 with stamp; (1) "The Hippodrome, Eutaw St. Baltimore MD"  used 1918 Stamp removed; (1) "Ford's,  Baltimore Md"  used 1915(?) with stamp  tape on back corners; (1) "Auditorium Theatre, Baltimore MD" used 1906 with stamp UDB  B&W; (1) "Maryland Theatre Baltimore MD"  used 1906 with stamp UDB    B&W; (1) "Equitable Building, Baltimore MD" unused  Est.20-40

259  BALTIMORE MD VINTAGE POST CARDS, CHURCHES,  SCHOOLS, HOPITALS,  ORPHANAGES, MUSEUMS, HISTORIC  HOMES - (6) " R.C. Cathedral Baltimore MD"  2 used  1905 & 1906 UDB with stamps (1 B&W), 2 used - 1   1913 with stamp and 1 with scribbles and corner damage,   2  unused; (1)  " Interior of the Cathedral, Baltimore Md"  used 1906 with stamp; (1) "Cardinals Residence Baltimore MD"  used 1907 with stamp UDB; (1) " First Methodist Episcopal Church, St Paul and Twenty-second Street Baltimore Md",  unused; (1) " St Ann's R. C. Church & School Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "Madison Avenue (M. E. Church) Baltimore MD"  used 1908  with stamp; (1) "Westminster Church, Burial Place of Edger Allen Poe, Baltimore MD" used 1905 UDB with stamp; (1) "Grace M. E. Church Carrollton Ave. and Landale ST. Baltimore MD" used 1909 with stamp; (1) "First English Lutheran Church, Landale and Fremont Ave, Baltimore Md" used 1910 with stamp; (1) "First Presbyterian Church Baltimore MD" used 1909 with stamp; (1) "St. Alphonsus Church Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "The Seton Psychiatric Institute Baltimore MD"  Interior view unused; (1) "Entrance to  Loudon  Park Baltimroe MD" used 1909 with stamp; (1) "Lutheran Deaconess Mother House, West North Ave. Baltimore Md"  unused; (1) "Chapel - St. Frances Convent and Academy Baltimore MD" unused Interior view B&W; (1) "Seventh Baptist Church, North Ave. and St Paul St. Baltimre Md" unused; (1) "St. John's Episcopal Church Greenmount Ave., near 31st Street Baltimore MD" unused  B&W; (1) "Maryland Avenue  Presbyterian Church, Baltimore Md"  unused Linen; (1) "Villa Assumpta School Sisters of Notre Dame Novitiate Baltimore MD" unused Sepia; (1) "Associate  Congregational, Maryland Avenue and Preston Street Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "Old St. Paul's Church Baltimore MD " used 1950 Interior view with stamp; (1) "Eastern Female High School Baltimore MD"  used 1910 (?)  with stamp; (1) "Eastern  Female High School and W. Broadway Baltimore MD" unused corner tear; (1) "New Eastern  High School Baltimore MD"  unused Linen; (2) "Female High School (West) Baltimore Md" 1 used  1913 with stamp, 1 unused UDB  with glitter torn corner; (1) " Public School No. 55 Hampden Baltimore MD"  unused  Children Outside; (1) "Bryn Mawr School Baltimore MD" Hand Colored used 1909 with stamp; (1) " Women's College and 1st M. E. Church Baltimore MD" unused; (1) " State Normal School Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "The Women's College Baltimore MD"  unused UDB  B&W; (1) "St. Mary's Industrial School Baltimore MD"  used 1917 with stamp; (1) Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Baltimore MD " used 1918 with stamp; (1) "Girls Latin School Baltimore  MD"  used  1910 Stamp removed; (1) "Girls' Latin School Roland Park Baltimore MD" used No date no stamp  B&W; (1) "Samuel Ready School,  North and Harford Avenue, Baltimore MD"  used 1917 (?) with stamp; (1) " City College Baltimore MD"  used 1930 with stamp; (1) " City College  Baltimroe MD" used 1912(?) with stamp corner tear crease; (1) "Epiphany College, Walbrook, Baltimore  MD" used  no date Stamp removed crease; (1) " The Goucher College Baltimore MD"  used 1924 with stamp; (1) " Samuel Ready School  Baltimore MD"  unused Hand colored; (1) " Mc Donough School, in Baltimore County Near Batlimore MD" used 1908 with Stamp; (1) " Baltimore Institute Chase Street Baltimore MD" unused; (9) "Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD"  9 different views- 2 UDB cards unused(1 B&W),  2  UDB cards  used both 1906  B&W with stamps, 3  unused  (1 B&W) , 2 used  dated 1918 and 1931 with stamps; (3) " University  of Maryland, Baltimore MD" 3 different views-  1 unused , 2 used  dated 1914 and 1933 with stamps; (1) "University Hospital Baltimore, MD"  used 1936 with stamp B&W; (1) " Maryland General Hospital Batlmore MD"  unused; (1) "St, Agnes Hospital, Wilkens Avenue Baltimore MD" unused; (1) " Union Memorial Hospital, Johnston Hospital and Nurses Home, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Children's Hospital School, Green Spring Avenue Baltimore MD"  used 1917 with Stamp, Horse Carriages pictured; (1) "Franklin Square Hospital Northwest Corner Calhoun and Fayette Streets, Baltimore MD"  used 1916 with stamp; (1) "Sinai Hospital, Baltimore MD"   unused; (1) "Baltimore  Medical College, Baltimore MD"   unused UDB (2) "St. Joseph's Hospital Baltimore MD" 1 used  1916 with stamp, 1 used with back covered with paper; (1) "Church Home and Infirmary No. Broadway, Baltimore MD" used 1917 with stamp; (2) "Mercy Hospital and College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore MD"  1 UDB unused , 1  used 1914 with stamp; (1) " Hebrew Hospital and Asylum, Baltimore MD"  used 1910 with stamp; (2) " Marine Hospital Baltimore MD" 1 unused Latrobe Hall and Levering Hall B&W, 1  used  1940 with stamp B&W; (1) "Carroll Mansion Lombard & Front St., Baltimore MD" unused; (1) " Charles Carroll of Carrollton Home - Homewood Baltimroe MD"  unused; (1)" Enoch Pratt Free Library Baltimore MD"  Advertising Elba Home Remedies unused UDB  B&W; (1) "Mount Clare Carroll Park, Baltimore MD"  Interior scene, used 1924 with stamp; (1) "Scene in Carroll Park, Baltimore MD"  used 1909 with stamp; (1) Portrait Gallery Naryland Historical Society Monument St. and Park Ave. Baltimore " unused , Society stamp on back with date 3-20-1948, Sepia color; (1) "Mansion House Carroll Park, BaltimoreMD"  used 1913 with stamp; (1) "The Peale Museum Holiday St, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Church Home and Hospital Baltimore MD"  unused; (6) "Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore Md"  6 different views - 3 unused 1 UDB soiled, 1 B&W, and 1 reproduced from painting  by Helen A. F. Penniman,    3 used - 1907 UDB, 1909  has crease and is a night scene,  both with stamps , 1 with no date and damaged stamp & creases; (1) "Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Baltimore MD" used 1910 with stamp crease; (1) "St. Mary's Orphan Asylum, Roalnd Park, Baltimore  MD" used 1908 with stamp; (1) " Central Y.M.C.A. Franklin Street Baltimore MD"   Hand Colored, used 1909 with stamp; (1) "Y.M.C.A. Building Baltimore MD" used 1921 with stamp; (1) "New Y.M.C.A. Building, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "North Broadway, Baltimore MD"  used 1909 with stamp B&W  Est.20-40

260  VINTAGE BALTIMORE MD POST CARDS, MT. VERNON, MONUMENTS, ETC - (6) "Washington Monument , Mount Vernon Place Baltimore MD" Each card different,  All UDB used with stamps, 1 Hand Colored  4 B&W; (4) "Washington Monument views Baltimore MD"  each card different, All UDB unused, 1 B&W; (10) " Washington Monument  views Baltimore MD."  All different views, 1 Hand colored with John Eager Howard Monument included, used with Stamp, 2 used  - 1 with stamp 1 without  B&W,  7  used with stamps - 1 night scene,  3 unused 2 of which  are reproduced from painting by  Helen A. F. Penniman; (2) "The  Teackle Wallis Monument Baltimore Md" 1 unused UDB, 1 unused; (1) " Looking West from Washington Monument Baltimore MD"  unused tape on back; (1) " Looking North from Washington Monument Baltimore MD"  used 1909 with stamp; (2) "Battle Monument and Post Office Baltimore Md" 1 Hand Colored unused UDB, 1 used UDB 1907 with stamp; (2) "Post Office Baltimore MD"  Both UDB cards  used with message on back, 1 is date 1907 -other no date, with stamps; (3) " Post Office and Battle Monument Baltimore MD" unused 1 night scene; (3) " Court House and Battle Monument Baltimore MD" 2  unused UDB 1 Hand Colored, 1 used with Stamp 1908  with Trolley cars; (1) " Court House Baltimore MD"   unused; (1) " Roger B. Taney Chief Justice of Maryland Baltimore MD"  unused UDB; (1) " John Eager Howard Monument  and Washington Monument Baltimore MD" used 1907 with stamp  Missing corner; (3) "Peabody Institute Baltimore MD"  2 unused 1 with crease, 1 used 1912 with stamp; (1) "Peabody Statue Baltimore MD" unused  - dated on front May 6 1908 in ink; (1)  "Interior View Peabody Conservatory Baltimore MD"   unused  reproduction  of painting by Helen A. F.Penniman; (1) "Munsey Building and Battle Monument Baltimore MD " unused; (1) "Walter's Art Gallery Mt Vernon Place Baltimore MD"   used 1911 with stamp; (1) "St James Hotel  Baltimore MD"  used with 2 stamps 1952; (2) "Hotel Stafford Mt Vernon Place Baltimore MD"  1 unused, 1 used 1909 with stamp; (1) "t Vernon Place M. E. Church Baltimore MD"  unused; ( 1) "Charles Street N.  Baltimore MD"  used 1908 with stamp  shows a statue ?; (1) "Mt Vernon Place Baltimore MD"   Statue  Marked Bayre"  used  1909 with stamp  Est.20-40

261  VINTAGE BALTIMORE MD POST CARDS PARKS, CLUBS, STADIUMS ETC - (1) "Bird's-Eye View of Bay Shore Park near Baltimore MD"  used 1914 with stamp; (1) " Band Pavilion Bay Shore Park Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "Band Stand Bay Shore Park near Baltimore MD"  unused B&W; (1)  "Pier bay shore Park Baltimore MD"   used 1921 with stamp; (1) "The Lake, Gwyn Oak Park Baltimore MD"  used 1910 with stamp; (1) "Dancing Pavilion, Gwyn Oak Park Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "Gwyn Oak Park Baltimore MD"  unused B&W Trolley  scene  UDB; ; (1) "Gwyn Oak Park Baltimore MD"  used 1909 with stamp Trolley scene; (1) "Bird's-eye View Amusement Section Carlin's Park Baltimore MD" unused Linen; (1) "Baltimore Country Club, Roland Park Baltimore MD" used 1918 with stamp; (1) " Baltimore Country Club, Roland  Park  Baltimore MD" Hand Colored unused; (1) "Late John Hopkins Residence Clifton Park Baltimore MD" UDB unused B&W; (1) "Entrance Clifton Park Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "The Reservoir- Clifton Park Baltimore MD", Hand Colored ,unused; (1) "Clifton Park Swimming Pool Baltimore MD" Usued 1936 (?)  Stamp removed; (1) "Golf Course Clifton Park Baltimore MD"  unused (1) " Entrance to Patterson Park Baltimore MD"  used 1907 with stamp  UDB; (1) "Observatory Patterson Park Baltimore MD"  Hand Colored,  unused; (1) "Obsevatory and Earthworks Camping Ground 1814,  Patterson Park Baltimore MD"   used 1931 with Stamp; (1) "Patterson Park Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "Casino in Patterson Park Baltimore MD" used 1908 with Stamp; (1) " Lake in Patterson Park Baltimore MD" unused UDB B&W; (1) "Patterson Park Lake Baltimore MD"  used Never Posted; (1) "View of Lake Patterson Park Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "Electric  Park by Night Baltimore MD" UDB  Address on back never posted; (1) "Lake Roland Dam, Roland Park Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Group of Cottages in Roland Park, one of the Prettiest Suburbs of Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "Maryland Country Club Baltimore" UDB  unused; (1) "The Fountain Riverside Park Baltimore MD" used 1913 with stamp; (1) " Suburban Club Baltimore MD" used UDB 1907 with stamp; (1) "Baltimore Yacht Club Baltimore MD"  used 1928 with Stamp; (1) " An Airplane View of Maryland Jockey Club Race Course at Pimlico, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) " Gwynn's Falls, Gywnn Oak Baltimore MD" unused; (1) " Gwynn's Falls,  Baltimore MD" used  1906 UDB with stamp; (1) "Gwynn's Falls and Edmonson Avenue Bridge Balimore MD" used 1915 with stamp; (1) "Gwynn's Falls Near Columbia Ave, Baltimore MD" used  Never Posted; (1) "Gwynn's Falls Windsor Hills, Baltimore MD"   used Never Posted; (1) "Cedar Ave. Bridge and Jones Falls, Baltimore MD" used 1910 with stamp; (1) " Scene Along Jones Falls near Baltimore MD"  used 1911 with Stamp; (1) " Scene  along Hering Run, Baltimore MD"   used 1910 with Stamp; (1) "Cross Country Boulevard Bridge, Over Stony Run, Hamilton near Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Loch Raven Dam Baltimore MD"  unused Linen; (1) "Liberty Dam, Baltimore County MD"  unused; (1) "Ellicott Driveway and Edmondson Avenue Bridge Balimore MD"  unused; (1) "Gov. Ritchie Highway Between Baltimore and Annapolis MD" unused Linen; (1) "Electric Fountain Old Home Week, 1907 Greater Baltimore"  used 1907 with Stamp; (1) "Wells McComas Monument Baltimore MD"   unused Udb; (1) "The Bishops'  Monument in Mt Olivet Cemetery, Baltimore MD" unused B&W; (1) "Pimlico Race Track Baltimore MD" unused Linen; (1) "Club House Pimlico Race Track Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Pimlico Race Track Baltimore MD"  unused showing jumping Horses; (1) "Masonic Temple Baltimore MD" used 1908  with Stamp; (1) " The New Masonic Temple Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Elks Home B.P. O. E. NO. 7, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Maryland Hunt Cup Races near Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) " Elks Monument in Lorraine Cemetery near Baltimore MD"  used 1907 with stamp; (1) " The Baltimore Stadium, 33rd Street boulevard, Baltomore MD" unused; (1)  "Baltimore Stadium, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Memorial Stadium, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) " Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore MD"  unused hand written  date 1968 on back; (1) " Harbor Tunnel, Baltimore MD"  unused  Est.20-40

262  VINTAGE BALTIMORE MD POST CARDS, DRUID HILL PARK & ENVIRONS (36) - (1) " Entrance  Druid Hill Park, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "Madison Ave., Entrance  Druid Hill Park, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) " Druid Hill Entrance, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore MD"  unused Hand Colored; (1) " Mansion House Druid Hill Park, Baltimore MD" unused  UDB  B&W; (1) " Mansion House Druid Hill Park, Baltimore MD' used 1910 with stamp; (1) "Winter Scene in Druid HIll Park, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) "Drinking Fountain Druid Hill Park, Baltimore MD" used 1912 with stamp; (1) "Silver Springs, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore MD"  used with stamp; (1) "Edmunds Well, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"  used 1907 with Stamp  Glitter on Front; (1) " Edmunds Well, Druid HIll Park Baltimore MD"   unused Hand Colored; (1) "Centennial Fountain, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD" used 1921  Stamp removed; (1) "Music Pavilion Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"  used 1914 with Stamp; (1) "Conservatory and Tennis Courts, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD" used 1912 with Stamp large crease; (1) "Tower on Lake Drive, Druid  Hill Park Baltimore MD "  UDB 1907 with stamp torn corner; (1) "The Band Stand, Druid Hill Park Baltimore Md" unused B&W; (1) "Druid Hill Park, The Reservoir, Baltimore MD" used  1909 Stamp Removed  Night Moonlight View; (1) "Cedar Ave. Bridge, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD" used 1910 Stamp removed; (1) "Photograph-- Twenty-Ninth Street Bridge, Baltimore MD"  light brown-tone, size of post card; (1) "Garret Bridge Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"  unused UDB; (1) " Bridge Over Stony Run, Near Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"  used 1922 with stamp; (1) " Scene on the Lake, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"  unused UDB; (1) " Boat Lake, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD" used 1938 with Stamp B&W; (1) "Boat Lake, Druid Hill Park  Baltimore MD" unused UDB  B&W; (1) "Boat Lake, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Lakeside Drive and Wallace Monument, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD" used 1912 with Stamp; (1) " Wallace Statue, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"  used 1910 with Stamp B&W; (1)  "Wallace Statue, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"  used 1916 with stamp; (1) "Wallace Monument, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"  used 1907 with Stamp  bent corner  B&W; (1) " Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"   used Never Posted; (1) "Columbus Statue, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"  used Never Posted; ; (1) "Geological Garden, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD" unused UDB  Camels pictured; (1) " Boat Lake Patterson Park Baltimore MD"  used with stamp UDB; (1) "Zoo,  Baltimore MD"  used 1909 with Stamp  B&W; (1) " The Bear Pit, Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD "  used Never Posted; (1) " Shepherd and His Sheep, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore MD"   used 1907  UDB with Stamp(1) "Mansion House and Zoological Garden, Druid Hill Park, Baltimore Md" used Never Posted  water damage to 1 corner, Camel and Livestock pictured  Est.20-40

263  VINTAGE BALTIMORE MD POST CARDS  MT ROYAL & BOLTON HILL, CHURCHES, SCHOOLS & MONUMENTS ETC (66) - (1) "  Mount Royal Station Baltimore MD"  used with Stamp 1909; (1) " Mount Royal Station showing Fifth Maryland Regiment Returning from Trip, Baltimore MD"  used with Stamp 1914; (1) " Mount Royal Station Baltimore Md"   used with Stamp Date Missing, UDB  B&W Corner tear; (1) " Savarin Dining Room Pennsylvania Station Baltimore MD"  unused Linen small tear; (1) "  Union Station and St. Paul Street Bridge Baltimore MD"  used with Stamp 1906 B&W UDB; (1) " Baltimore Union Station MD "  used with Stamp 1906; (1) " Union Station and St. Paul Street Bridge, Baltimore MD"  used 1910  Stamp removed; (1) "  Birds-eye View of Saint Paul Street Bridge and Union Station, Baltimore MD"  used, Never Posted, Hand written date 1919 on back; (1) " Union Station, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) " New Union Station, Batlimore MD"  unused; (1) "Union Station and Sunken Garden From Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore MD" used 1916 with stamp; (1) " Hotel Mayfair, Caltimore MD"  unused Linen; (1) " Hotel Altamont, Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD"  used with stamp 1943; (1) "The Marlborough, Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD"  unused UDB; (1) " Arundel Hotel  Charles & Mt. Royal Ave. Baltimore MD"  unused with Stamp unused, Promotional card  B&W; (1) " Mt. Royal Apartment-Hotel Baltimore MD"  unused, Promotional card  B&W; (1) "O'Toole General Tire Co , 10 East Mt Royal Avenue Baltimore MD" used 1952  with stamp Linen, Promotional card; (1) "North Ave. Bridge at Mt. Royla Pumping Station, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) " The Garage,  Mt. Royal Avenue and Charles Street, Baltimore MD" used 1911 with stamp ,  List of 1912 Packard Cars they want to sell with prices; (1)" Bird's-eye View of Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) " Mt. Royal Avenue Showing Mt. Royal Station, BaltimoreMD"  used 1923  with Stamp; (1) " Charles St. Looking South From Union Station Showing Hotel Belvedere and Washington Monument,  Baltimore MD"   unused; (1) "Hotel Mount Royal and Apartments, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) " Mt. Royal Ave. Entrance Druid Hill Park, Baltimore MD"  used  1912 with Stamp; (1) "Calvert Street Bridge, Baltimore MD"  used 1908 with Stamp; (1) " Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD" unused; (1) "Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD"  unused UDB B&W; (1) " Centennial Fountainn,  Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD"   used  1912 Stamp removed; (1) "Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD"  unused UDB,  B&W; (1) "Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD"  used 1909 with Stamp; (1)  " Eutaw Place Baltimore MD"  used 1928 with stamp, bent corner; (1)  " Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD" used 1906 with Stamp UDB (1) "Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD"  used 1907 with Stamp UDB; (1) "Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD'  used 1906 with Stamp  UDB  Ralph Tuck & Sons"Oilette"; (1)  " Fifth Regiment Armory, West Hoffman street, Baltimore MD"  used 1929 with stamp; (1) "5th Regiment Armory, Baltimore MD" unused Linen; (1) "  Revolutionary Monument and Mt. Royal Station, Baltimore MD"  unused UDB; (1) " Key Monument Eutaw Place, Baltimore MD"  used  Never posted Hand Colored; (1) Francis Scott Key Monument, Baltimore MD" used 1916 with stamp  Tape on back corners; (1) " Francis Scott Key Monument and Eutaw Place Temple, Baltimore MD"  used 1923 with Stamp; (1) " Watson Monument, Baltimore MD"  used 1909 with Stamp UDB; (1)  "Gen. Watson, Mexican War  Veteran Monument, Baltimore MD" used 1905 with Stamp   UDB  B&W; (1)  " Watson Statue , Baltimore MD"  unused UDB,  tape on back; (1)  "Corpus Christi Church and Watson Monument, Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) " Mt. Royal Avenue Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument, Baltimore MD" unused UDB  B&W; (1) " Mt. Royal Ave. & Confederate Monument, Baltimore  MD"  used 1916 with Stamp  Tape on back; (1) " Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore MD"  used 1914 with Stamp; (1) " Confederate Monument, Baltimore MD" unused UDB B&W; (1) " Friend's Meeting-House and School, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) " Friend's School,  Park Place, Baltimore MD"  used 1909 with Stamp, Hand Colored; (1) " Friend's School, Baltimore MD"  used 1911 with Stamp; (1) "Maryland Institute, Baltimore MD" unused B&W; (1) "The Lyric, Baltimore MD"  used Never Posted no stamp  , hand written date Nov. 10/11; (1) " The Lyric & Monument of Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution, Baltimore MD"   unused; (1) " Hospital for Women of Maryland, Baltimore  MD"  used 1916 with Stamp, tape on back; (1) " Hospital for Women of Maryland , Lafayette Avenue and John Street, Baltimore MD"  used 1914 with Stamp; (1) " Eutaw Place Baptist Church, Baltimore MD"  used 1910 with stamp; (1) " Grace M. E. Church, Baltimore, MD" used  1911 with stamp; (1) " Eutaw Place Synagogue Baltimore MD"  used 1912 with  Stamp; (1) " Jewish Synagogue, Baltimore MD"  unused; (1) " Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church, Baltimore MD"  unused  B&W; (1) "Corpus Christi (Jenkins' Memorial) Church, Baltimore MD" Unuse UDB B&W; (1) "Park Place, Baltimore MD" used Never posted, No Stamp , Hand writen date Sept '09,  Hand Colored; (1) "Park Place, Baltimore, MD"  used  1909 Stamp Removed; (1)  "Park Place, Baltimore MD" used 1912 with Stamp; (1) "Park Place,  Baltimore MD" used 1911  with Stamp Hand Colored  Est.20-40

264  VINTAGE BALTIMORE MD. STEREOVIEW CARDS, FEDERAL HILL, SHOT TOWER , CITY HALL ETC. - (2 ) "W. M. Chase View of Harbor From Federal Hill"  Metropolitan and Suburban Scenery, One marked #132. Not exactly the same. Baltimore MD.; (1) " W. M. Chase  View Of the Harbor" Architectural and Picturesque Views of Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase  Marine Station, B. & O. R. Locust Point Baltimore Md"; (1) "W. M. Chase Federal Hill Park", Harbor View  Baltimore MD; (1)"Richard Walzl, Pub.,  #40 - City and Harbor, Northeast from Federal Hill, Baltimore MD; (1)"American Views, The Harbor, Baltimore (MD)"; (2) " W. M. Chase, Shot Tower" , Baltimore MD - different views; (1) " William B. Holmes, Pub., City Hall"  American Scenery, Architecture, Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase , City Hall"  Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase , Masonic Temple"  Metropoltan and Suburban Scenery, Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase Exchange Place"  The Picturesque of American Society Architecture, United States Views  Baltimore MD; (1) "W. M. Chase,  Eutaw House, Batlimore MD"  American Views Sequi-Centennial Edition; (1) " W. M. Chase, St. Martins"  American Views, Metropolitan and Suburban Scenery Baltimore MD; (1) "W. M. Chase, R.C. Cathedral" American Views , Metropoplitan and Suburban Scenery,  Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase, Unitarian Church" Corner of Charles & Franklin Sts., American Views; (1) "W. M. Chase, Interior  Of  Meeting House on Lombard St" Looking From  women's Gallery  Towards Lombard St, Baltimore MD #10 American Views; (1) " W. M. Chase, City of Baltimore MD" Baltimore Illustrated Sequi-Centennial  Edition; (1) "W. M. Chase, St Peters" Baltimore Illustrated; (1) " W. M. Chase, Eutaw House Baltimore Md" Architectural and Picturesque Views; (1) " W. M. Chase, Baltimore Street, West"   Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase, Baltimore south From 5th Regiment Armory" Baltimore MD,  bent corner; (1) " W. M. Chase , Architecture and Landscape " Unknown; (1) " W. M. Chase, view of Baltimore MD" , Architecture and Landscape; (1) "W. M. Chase, Light Street, Baltimore MD"; (1) " W. M. Chase, 1st M. E. Church Charles St. Baltimore MD"Picturesque Views, Bent Corner; (1) " Clark Brothers, Pub., Maryland Institute Exhibition Baltimore Street, Baltimore Md.; (1) " E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. Pub., Old Men's & Women's Home", Baltimore MD; (1) " E. & H. T. Anthony & Co; . Pub.,  Sun Building cor. South  and Baltimore St." Baltimore MD; (1) " E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. Pub., East Baltimore, from Cor.  Charles  and Saratoga Sts" ,  Baltimore MD; (1)  Unknown Pub., "West Baltimore Street, Baltimore MD"; (1) " G. Garwood Pub. , Friends Meeting House, Lombard St." Baltimore MD; (1) " Unknown Pub., "Custom House Baltimore MD"  American views; (1)  "Unmarked Card (probably Chase) Sun Building  Baltimore Street" Baltimore MD; (1) "W.M.Chase,  Malty House, Pratt Street, Sesqui-Centennial Edition  Est.20-40

265   12 VINTAGE BALTIMORE MD STERIOVIEW CARDS, MT. VERNON PLACE, WASHINGTON MONUMENT ,  BATTLE MONUMENT - (1) " Keystone, Mt Vernon Place, Baltimore MD"  Washington Monument; (1) " W. M. Chase, Washington Monument , Mt Vernon Place . Baltimore MD; (1) " H. N. Little Pub., Washington Monument"  Baltimore MD; (1) " Ropes & Co. Pub., Washington Monument"  Baltimore MD; (1) " Richard Walzl, Pub., Washington Monument"  Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase, Battle Monument" Baltimore MD; (1)" W. M. Chase, St. Clair Hotel and Battle Monument Square" Baltimore MD; (1) "W. M. Chase, Battle Monument"  Baltimore MD; (1) " E. Anthony, Pub., The Battle Monument at Baltimore (MD)"; (1) "Unknown Publisher, Monument Square" Baltimore MD; (1) "E. & H. T. Anthony, Barnum's Hotel "  Baltimore MD; (1) " E. &  H. T. Anthony, Peabody Institute", Baltimore MD  Est.20-40

266  29 VINTAGE STEREOVIEW CARDS, PARKS, MONUMENTS, CEMETARIES, BUILDINGS, ETC. - (2) " W. M. Chase, ?-- Perkins Spring Square  Baltimore MD"; (1) " W. M. Chase , Broadway Boulevard  Baltimore MD"; (2) "W. M. Chase, Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore MD"; (1)  "Whiting View Co. Pub., The Finest Boulevard In America, Baltimore MD"; (1)  "Unknown publisher, St. Mary's Park, near Baltimore MD"  Damaged edges; (1) " W. M. Chase ,The Picturesque Patterson Park, Baltimore; (1) " W. M. Chase, Schutzen Park, Baltimore MD"; (1) "Unknown Publisher, Myrtle Avenue Boulevard, Baltimore MD"  Perkins Springs Square; (1) " Unknown Publisher,  Lafayette Park, Baltimore MD"; (1) " W. M. Chase, Green Mount Cemetery"; (1) "E. & H. T. Anthony, Entrance to Greenwood Cemetery (Green Mount), Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase, Green Mount Cemetery" Baltimore MD; (1)  " W. M. Chase, Carrollton Viaduct Gwynn's Falls,  Mt. Clair, B. & O. R. R." Baltimore MD; (1) "E. & H. T. Anthony, South Broadway, From Baltimore St." Baltimore MD, one side water damage; (1)  " W. M. Chase, St. Vincents Orphan Asylum" Baltimore  MD ; (1) " Unknown Publisher, Concordia  Buildings, Baltimore MD"; (1) "E. & H. T. Anthony, City Prison"  Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase, Church Home Hospital,  Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore MD"; (1) " W. M. Chase,  St Mary's"    Horse and Buggy scene Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase, Oak Hill Baltimore County Residence  of Horace Abboty" Baltimore Md ,  Interior View; (1) " W. M. Chase, Bronze Statuary, "Immortality" by Rinehart"  Baltimore MD; (1) "W. M. Chase, Ridgely  Memorial, (i.O.O.F.) Harlem Terrace, Baltimore MD"; (1) "W. M. Chase, Ridgely  Memorial, (i.O.O.F.) Harlem Terrace, Baltimore MD"; (3) " Wiley (Old Fellows) Monument, Broadway, Baltimore Md" , 2  by W. M. Chase and 1  Unknown Publisher; (1)   Broken card(1) " W. M. Chase, Hopkins Hospital Terrace, Broadway Boulevard, Baltimore MD"  different views  Est.20-40

267  52 VINTAGE BALTIMORE MD STERIOVIEW CARDS, DRUID HILL PARK AND ENVIRONS, LAKE ROLAND  - (3) "W. M. Chase, ( Entrance)Druid Hill Park"  Baltimore MD. Different views; (1) "Unknown Publisher, Druid Hill Park Entrance"; (1) "W. M. Chase,  From Prospect Hill Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase,  Druid Hill Park, Baltimore MD"  View of People on  Foreground; (1) "Richard Walzl Publisher, Druid Hill Park Views - Villas Around Baltimore"; (1) "Richard Walzl Publisher, View Of Baltimore Md"; (2) "Richard Walzl Publisher and 1 Unknown, Silver Spring, Druid Hill Park" Baltimore MD; (2) "W. M. Chase and Richard Walzl, Edmund's Well Druid Hill Park"  Baltimore MD; (2) "W. M. Chase & Surdam & White,  Spring Lake Fountain, Druid Hill Park" Baltimore MD; (1) "W. M. Chase,  Druid Hill Park (Unknown) Fountain, Baltimore Md." ; (1) "E.& H.T. Antony, Statuary and Foliage, Druid Hill Park." Baltimore MD; (1) "J. W. & J. S. Moulton pub., Statuette Station at Council Grove, Druid Hill Park" Baltimore MD; (1) "Richard Walzl, Mansion with Fountain in Foreground Druid Hill Park" Baltimore MD; (1) " W. M. Chase. Mansion in Druid Hill Park" Baltimore MD; (1) "W. M. Chase  Unmarked Structure Druid Hill Park Baltimore MD"; (3) "B Ropes & Co. & 2 Unknown Publishers, Music Pavilion, Druid Hill Park," Baltimore Md; (2) "W. M. Chase,Unknown Pavilions Druid Hill Park" Baltimore Md, torn corners; (1) "J. W. & J. S Moulton, Music Stand Druid Hill Park" Baltimore MD; (1) "Unknown Publisher, Druid Hill Park, The Conservatory"  Baltimore MD; (1) "J. W. & J. S. Moulton,  Grand Promenade Druid Hill Park" Baltimore Md; (1) "J.  W. & J. S. Moulton, Garrett Bridge, Druid Hill Park", Baltimore MD; (2) "W. M. Chase, Druid Hill Park Lake Scenes" Baltimore Md  each different; (4) "E. & H. T. Anthony and 3 Unknown Publishers, Druid Hill Park Lake Scenes", Baltimore Md, All different; (1) ''E. & H. T. Anthony, The Lake and Boat Landing, Druid Hill  Park" Baltimore MD; (3) "J. W. & J. S. Moulten, and 2 Unknown publishers, Boat Landing Druid Hill Park" Baltimore MD; (3) "W. M. Chase and 1 Unknown  Publisher, Views of fountains in Druid Hill Park" Baltimore Md,  different views; (3) "W. M. Chase and 2 Unknown Publishers,  Aqueduct Lake Druid Hill Park" Baltimore MD  different views; (2) "W. M. Chase, Glen Roland near Druid Hill Park" Baltimore MD  different views; (2) "W. M. Chase, Lake Roland, Baltimore MD" differnet views; (3) "W. M. Chase and 1 Unknown Publisher, Jones Falls near  Druid Hill Park" Baltimore MD  Est.20-40

268  10 VINTAGE BALTIMORE MD STEREOCARDS BOLTON HILL, EUTAW PLACE(2) W. M. CHASE, CHURCH UNKNOWN, BALTIMORE MD" - (2) " W. M. Chase,  Church Unknown, Baltimore MD"; (1) " W. M. Chase, Baltimore Resevoir" Baltimore MD; (7) " W. M. Chase, &  2 Unknown Publishers,  Eutaw Place, Baltimore Md.  4 with broken corners  , different views  Est.20-40

269  (7) LATE 19TH CENTURY BALTIMORE VIEWS - Early photographic images, heavy stock, includes:  view of Hampden - Woodberry, View of Glen Ellen Gilmore Estate Loch Raven (holes top and bottom, losses), West Baltimore square, Druid Hill Park, (very light),  (3) views of Baltimore parade on Charles Street, circa 1885; some light to moderate edge wear, curling, 5 1/4" x 8 1/2", G-VG  Est.40-60

270  (4) LATE 19TH CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS - Unidentified, (1) forest scene, (1) farm scene, (1) pier / resort scene, (1) picnic scene (possibly same resort?), edge wear, some are lighter than others, 5 1/4" x 8 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40

271  GLASS NEGATIVE BALTIMORE  - MT. VERNON PLACE - Shows Washington Mounument, houses and tree lined area, some lifting and losses to negative, retains paper sleeve 5" x 4", G  Est.10-20

272  (2) ORIGINAL ART CHARCOAL BALTIMORE SCENES - Loosely drawn scenes of Baltimore life, (1) market scene, (1) "Elephant House" at the Baltimore Zoo, both professionally matted and framed, handwritten identification on reverse; no signatures visible, frame size 20 1/8" x 22 7/8" and 22" x 19 1/4"; sight size approx. 11" x 14", EX  Est.40-60

273  (2) MELVIN MILLER BALTIMORE PRINTS - Framed in Nielson type frames, published by Miller & Katzenstein, Baltimore, Maryland; (1) The Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, 90/450, pencil signed lower right, dated in print 1985; (1) Lloyd Street Synagogue, 95/450, pencil signed lower right; dated in image 1985; overall size 20" x 26", sight size 13 1/4" x 19 3/4", EX  Est.20-40

274  (2) FRISINO DUCK PRINTS  - Published by Frisino & Katzenstein, Baltimore, Maryland; (1) "Baltimore 1993" pair of Redhead ducks with skyline in background, pencil signed lower left, 7/496; (1)"Baltimore  1940", pair mallard ducks with skyline in background, signed lower right 20/496; both framed, overall size approx. 25 1/2" x 33 3/4", sight size 13 1/4" x 19 3/4", EX   Est.20-40

275  (5) PHOTOGRAPHIC, ETC. BALTIMORE PRINTS - All framed, Includes:  (1) Richard Lippenholz Baltimore skyline poster, signed in white lower left, 189/300; (1) "Photograms of World Events", "100% Americans in one clas in Calvert School, Baltimore, all descended from signers of the Declaration of Independence"; (1) Ernest W. Schwartz photograph "The Way and the Truth" image of Statue of Martin Luther at Lake Montebello, black and white photograph, hand signed lower right; (1) poster for "Baltimore - A Patchwork Quilt of Neighbors" an exhibit at the lower level Rotunda Gallery December 4, 1980; (1) 1980's photograph of Otterbien, reddish toned; largest   Est.20-40

276  (4) FRAMED BALTIMORE & FREDERICK PRINTS, ETC. - Includes:  (1) framed grouping of five Baltimore postcards, featuring Custom House, Medical College, Druid Hill Park, Peabody and Lexington Market; (1) reprint of Baltimore Washington's Monument, originally from 1848, drawn by Kollner, Lithography by Deroy, Printed by Cattier; professionally framed; (1) reprinted 1776 - 1876 "City of Baltimore" shield with harbor scene, B. J. Toudy & Co., some spotting and wear;  (1) color print, "Rose Hill Manor", signed Barry D. Richardson lower right, 213/991, dated 1987 in print, informational sheets in pouch on reverse; (1) Shot Tower print by Paul DeRemigis, Jr., pencil signed lower right; 28/340; largest 18 1/2" x 22 3/4" overall, frames show evidence of wear; G-VG  Est.20-40

277  (6) BALTIMORE PRINTS - Includes:  (1) Will Bridges "Star Spangled Banner Flag House", 48/200, pencil signed and numbered, small crack in corner of frame; (1) Will Bridges "Carroll Mansion and Shot Tower", 1982, 20/300, framed; (1) Don Swann engraving of Roland Park Women's Club, 1/200, pencil signed, framed and matted; (1) Aaron Sopher print of New Cathedral, dated 1959, framed; (1) unframed Aaron Sopher photo print of Baltimore Skyline; (1) Martin Barry print "St. Paul's School Brooklandwood 30/300, pencil signed and identified; water stain along top, mainly in matting; matted and framed; some toning of print along mat lines; largest  17"x 21", overall G-VG  Est.20-40

278  (5) EARLY 1990'S BALTIMORE ORIOLES EPHEMERA - Includes:  (1) 1990-1991 Orioles calendar, WBAL Radio Station with player's faces on cover; (1) "What Was Then - This Is Now" Calendar and Fan's Guide to the New Ballpark; 1991-1992; (1) "Final Salute to Memorial Stadium - The Last Game", 1991; Coca-Cola score page is loose; (1) Orioles Official Game / Program Scoreboard 1991 - "Firepower" with four players on the cover; (1) "The House of Magic" 1922-1991 with Memorial Stadium on the front cover; 8 1/2" x 11", VG-EX  Est.25-35

279  LATE 1990'S BALTIMORE ORIOLES EPHEMERA - Includes:  (1) 1996 special issue "Outside Pitch" with Earl Weaver on the cover; (1) 1997 Divisional playoffs Orioles Magazine "Wire to Wire"; (1) 1996 League Championship Series - NY Yankees and Baltimore Orioles; (1) 1997 American League Championship Series Official Program; (1) Orioles Magazine 1996  Divisional Playoffs, team pictured on cover; (1) May 1995 Sports Illustrated with Cal Ripken on the cover; (1) League Championship Series 1996 Major League Baseball Offical Program; 8 1/2" x 11", VG+  Est.25-35

280  1960's BALTIMORE ORIOLES EPHEMERA - Includes:  (1) 1966 World Series Souvenir Program; (1) 1969 World Series Souvenir Program; 8 1/2" x 11", VG+  Est.20-40

281  1970's VINTAGE BALTIMORE ORIOLES EPHEMERA - Includes:  (1) Baltimore Orioles Yearbook 1973; (1) Baltimore Orioles Official Scorecard, 1973; (1) Baltimore Orioles Offical Scorecard 1973; (1) Baltimore Orioles Official Scorecrd 1975; (1) Baltimore Orioles Offical Scorecard 1976 (vs. Texas Rangers); (1) Baltimroe Orioles vs Red Sox program, 1976, (scorecard has writing); (1) Baltimore Orioles 1975 Championship Scorecard, (scorecard has writing); (1) Baltimore Orioles Silver Anniversary Program 1979; (1) Baltimore Orioles Offical Program 1978 "Bee-utiful", Al Bumbry on cover and autographed by Bumbry, paper loose at spine, paper loss on front cover and inside; (1) Baltimore Orioles Official Program 1979 with Earl Weaver on cover, much with writing aned wear, 8 1/2" x 11", G-VG  Est.30-50

282  1980'S BALTIMORE ORIOLES EPHEMERA - Includes:  (1) Baltimore Orioles Yearbook 1980; (1) Orioles vs. World Champion Phillies - Charity Exhibition Game Scorecard - Friday, August 7, 1981; (1) Baltimore Orioles "A Championship Season" 1983, Baltimore Sun; (1) "Those Amazing O's" Reprinted from the Sun, 1983, small crease in corner and light wear; (1) Baltimore Orioles Official Game Program / Magazine All Star Edition 1988; (1) Baltimore Orioles Yearbook 1986; (1) 1985 Scorebook, Earl Weaver on cover, writing on front cover and notations on scorecard; 8 1/2" x 11", G-VG+  Est.20-40

283  (8) VINTAGE ORIOLES & COLTS PIN-BACK BUTTONS - (1) Orioles Memorial Stadium 1954-1991, Dia.-3 1/2"; (1) Orioles American League Eastern Division Champion, 1979; (1) Orioles Yellow MLB with Ribbon, Dia.-2 1/4"; (1) Baltimore Colts pinback with silver and blue ribbon, Dia.-1 3/4"; (1) Johnny Unitas Day, May 19, 1973; Lawrence Beck Co. Baltimore MD, Dia.3"; (1) Baltimore Colts button, blue and white, helmet only, Dia.-3 1/2"; (1) Booster - Dec. 13, 1964 Gino Marchetti Day and Bill Pellington Day; Lawrence Beck Co Balto MD, Dia.-3", blue and white; (1) Go Go Colts 25th Anniversary button, 1977; Dia.-1 1/2"; overall VG+  Est.20-40

284  CAL RIPKEN JR. FIGURE, ORNAMENT, BASEBALLS - (1) Hallmark "At the Ballpark" Cal Ripken Jr. ornament, mint in original box; (1) MicroStars figure on original card, sealed, H-2 1/4"; (2) Cal Ripken Jr. 8 2131 commemorative baseballs (unsigned); EX+  Est.20-40

285  VINTAGE BALTIMORE COLTS & ORIOLES EPHEMERA - (1) 1958 Baltimore Colts football schedule metal ruler - advertising Lee Electric Co., Baltimore MD; (1) Avon Baltimore Colts bottle - NFL decanter, Wild Country Aftershave; football stopper; total H-5 3/4"; (1) Baltimore Orioles metal plate "World Champs", 3" x 12", (4) mounting holes; (1) Baltimore Colts 58-59 World Champ sticker; (1) Wold Champions Colts, blue with helmet; 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"; crease in corner; overall G-VG  Est.20-40

286  BALTIMORE ORIOLES CROWN GASOLINE PREMIUMS (10) - (4) sets Crown Gasoline Special Edition Orioles Baseball Cards, 1991, 2-sets sealed; (6) Crown Gasoline All Time Action Stand Ups, three different sets of four, two of each set;   Est.20-40

287  1983 ORIOLES ENGLISH'S CHICKEN LIDS (14) - "English's Salutes Orioles 1983 Champions", (6) round cardboard discs Dia.-8 1/2", includes:  (2) Cal Ripken Jr., Jim Palmer, Rick Dempsey, Scott McGregor, Eddie Murray; (8) round cardboard discs Dia.-7 1/4", includes:  Storm Davis, Mike Boddicker, Mike Flanagan, Tippy Martinez, John Lowenstein, Ken Singleton, Gary Roenicke, Rick Dauer; overall VG  Est.50-75

288  BASEBALL MATCHBOX and STARTING LINEUP TOYS (3) - (1) Baltimore Orioles Matchbox tractor trailer, 1994, limited edition, White Rose Collectibles, 4" x 9"; (1) Baltimore Orioles "On the Move" Matchbox tractor trailer; limited edition, reverse:  1992 Home of the Baltimore Orioles; front:  Memomrial Stadium 1954-1991; White Rose Collectibles; 3 3/4" x 8"; (1) Starting Lineup Mark McGuire figure, Kenner 1993; Oakland Athletics; together with two Mark McGuire cards; sealed; EX-NM  Est.20-40

289  (2) 1983 ORIOLES PREMIUMS:  COOLER & PENNANT - (1) National Premium Beer vinyl bag cooler:  1983 schedule on inner flap, white and orange, appears  unused, 6 1/2" x 7" x 10"; (1) 1983 Orioles World Series Pennant; white felt; players' names on front; 12" x 30", overall VG+  Est.20-40

290  BALTIMORE SPORTS &  ADVERTISING EPHEMERA (3) - (1) folding button hook, Hochschild Kohn & Co., 2 1/4" but opens to 4 1/2", some metal discoloration; (1) Ameche's Restaurant shaker, clear glass with red decal; Baltimore Colts' Alan Ameche, H-3 1/2"; (1) Orioles coffee mug, ceramic, 64th All Star Game - all star game results on back 1933-1992, white with gold band, H-3 1/2", overall VG  Est.20-40

291  (5) BALTIMORE & WASHINGTON HOCKEY PUCKS - (1) Skipjacks 1986-1987; (2) Washington Capitals; (2) Bandits, together with signed Baltimore Bandits miniature hockey stick, signed "The Bandit 96 #00";  G-VG  Est.20-40

292  (3) ORIOLES RELATED CEREAL BOXES - (1) General Mills Wheaties box - Cal Ripken 1995, 2131 game commemorative; full; (1) General Mills Wheaties box -  Jim Palmer Commemorative Edition box, 1989; full; (1) "Cal's Classic O's" honey-nut cereal; 2000; unopened box; all full and unopened, EX  Est.20-40

293  CHICAGO CUBS MONOPOLY GAME - Parker Brothers / Hasbro 2007; Collector's Edition; sealed; 20" x 7", EX-NM  Est.20-40

294  (2) SIGNED ORIOLES BASEBALLS - (1) Rawlings baseball signed by Dick Hall, Ron Hanson and Sammy Stewart; ball appears unused; (1) Chris Tillman signed ball, appears unused, in acrylic case (cracked); VG-EX  Est.20-40

295  AL BUMBY & WILLIAM DONALD SCHAFER SIGNED BASEBALLS - (1) likely game-used baseball, signed Al Bumby; signature clear; "Al Bumby O's #1"; (1) signed American League baseball William Donald Schafer "Best Wishes William Donald Schafer Gov/Mayor" in clear acrylic case;   Est.20-40

296  (3) SIGNED & COMMEMORATIVE BASEBALLS  - (1) Game used baseball, autographed Johnny Damon 18, previously of NY Yankees and Red Sox; (1) game used baseball, autographed Koji Uehara, of Cubs, Orioles and Red Sox, (1) Nolan Ryan souvenir ball (printed signature); G-VG  Est.20-40

297  BALTIMORE & ORIOLES PERIODICALS & EPHEMERA (4) - (1) Bready, James; "The Home Team - Our Orioles 25th Anniversary Edition", 1979; 9" x 12", EX; (1) The News American, Bicentennial Issue; July 4, 1976; "The History of Maryland"; edges rough, faded folded 12" x 15"; (1) The News American; July 21, 1969; "We Walk on the Moon"; folded 11 1/2" x 15"; VG condition; (1) Post Magazine; November 12, 1960; Colts 'Big Daddy Lipscomb' article, page 36; shows small tear to back cover, also corner and edge wear; 10 1/2" x 13 1/2", overall G-VG  Est.20-40

298  BALTIMORE ORIOLES EPHEMERA - SCHEDULES, BALLOTS, ETC. - Includes:  (1) Baltimore Orioles 1998 Spring catalog 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"; Orioles HTS Schedules, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2000, 3 1/2" x 6"; Orioles All-Star Balloting, (2) Texaco 1995, (10) Texaco 1996; (8) Comp USA 1998, (1) Comp USA 1998; (1) MasterCard 1999; 7 1/2" x 4" - 4 1/2" x 8"; (3) Bell internet access software for windows with interactive Orioles content, (1) sealed, (2) open 5" x 5 1/2"; Orioles pocket schedules:  (1) '89, (2) '93, (1) '94, (1) '95, (1) '96, (1) '97, (3) '98 early bird, (5) '98, (3) '99, (3) '99 season schedule, (1) '01, (1) '00; 2 7/8" x 3 1/2", overall VG+  Est.20-40

299  BALTIMORE COLTS TRASHCAN - Screen printed metal, cylindrical, overall scratches, wear, interior oxidation; slightly misshapen and dented; H-19", Dia.-10", G  Est.20-40

300  KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN ORIOLE CHAMPION GLASSES CASE - Original shipping case, 1966 Orioles American League Champion glasses, full case of six glasses, together with original Kentucky Gentleman offer, order form (bug damage) and recipe booklet ; box size 16" x 11 1/2" x 5", EX  Est.25-45

301  (9) ORIOLES COLLECTIBLES - FIGURAL, ETC. - Includes:  (1) Earl Weaver replica sculpture in original box (box has corner damage); (1) Brooks Robinson Replica Sculpture in original box; (1) Cal Ripken Jr. resin sculpture (bronze color); (1) Manny Machado statuette, (1) Manny Machado throwing ball plastic figure; (3) Ayo Sports "Lego-like" figures in original packaging:  Chris Tillman, Manny Machado, and Adam Jones; (1) Coca-Cola Celebrates 2121 with Cal Ripken canister with unopened bottle; tallest H-8 1/2", VG-EX  Est.25-45

302  BALTIMORE ORIOLES 1960'S FELT PENNANTS (2) - Includes:  (1) 1960 pennant with team photo, roster on reverse, tip loss; 12" x 30"; (1) 1960's blue and white pennant with yellow edge, image of Oriole bird 12" x 28 1/2"; both show age wear and creasing, overall VG  Est.50-75

303  BALTIMORE ORIOLES '60'S FELT PENNANTS & BUMPER STICKER (3) - Includes:  (1) A-Champs 1966 bumper sticker, brown, orange and white, unused; 4" x 15"; (1) 1966 World Series Pennant, featuring team picture, brown discoloration near tip, 12" x 30"; (1) 1969 World Series Pennant featuring team picture, 12" x 30"; overall light creasing and age wear; overall VG  Est.60-80

304  BALTIMORE ORIOLES BODDICKER & McGREGOR SIGNED BASEBALLS - Includes:  (1) baseball signed by Mike Boddicker, "Orioles Pitcher 1980-1988, the last 20-game winner for the team in 1984", in acrylic case, complete with official documentation from the team; (1) baseball signed by Scott McGregor, "Orioles Pitcher (1976-1988) 20-game winner in 1980", in acrylic case, complete with official documentation; EX  Est.60-80

305  BALTIMORE, ETC.  SPORTS SCHEDULES - Includes:  (4) 1996-97 Bandits Hockey; (3) 1995-97 Spirit soccer, (4) 1998-99 Blast soccer, (3) 1996 Thunder, (5) 1999 Thunder Lacrosse, (1) 1993 NFL schedule, (2) 1999 NFL schedule, (2) 1997 Ravens, (3) 1998 Ravens, (1) 1996 Orioles schedule magnet, (1) 1995-6 Bullets catalog, (5) Maryland Terps 1995 Football schedule, (2) 1996 Terps Lacrosse, (6) 1996-7 Terps Basketball schedule sponsored by Coca-Cola, (1) First and ten from the fifty-five - Canadian Football explained booklet; (2) Baltimore Sun Preview Magazine of the Ravens 1998 & 1996; (1) 1999 Spring Training Guide; and additional pocket schedules; largest 5 1/2" x 8 3/4", VG  Est.20-40

306  (3) BALTIMORE SPORTS CIGARETTE LIGTHERS - Includes:  (1) Storm King - Baltimore Colts, blue circle with Colt inside football shape, 1 1/2" x 2 1/8"; (1) NFL Properties Baltimore Colts 1963; blue with white top, back is all blue, 2 1/4" x 1 1/2"; (3) Omega Superlighter Japan Baltimore Orioles - "We're Going to Win - Birds", 2" x 1 7/8", lighters not working may need flint or fluid; very light wear overall, VG  Est.25-45

307  THE MARYLAND ROOM SIGN - Large hand painted sign, broken pediment top with turned wood side pilasters; signed bottom left Tattersfield Associates, Inc.; minor paint chips, losses and touch ups, 36 1/4" x 52 1/2", VG  Est.75-125


309  RAWLINGS CAL RIPKEN BASEBALL GLOVE, COLLECTOR BASEBALLS & EPHEMERA (16) - (1) leather glove, minor wear, RGB2131R; (3) baseballs, never used, 1-Rawlings Machado 13, 1-Rawlings Opening Day April 1, 1997, 1-Franklin Orioles black and gold; (2) 1993 All Star Fanfest map and guide; (4) Camden Club 1998 entrance passes; (1) Scott McGregor card; (1) Baltimore Sun 150 People Who Shaped the Way We Live 1987, 150th Anniversary Issue; (1) 2014 Baltimore Then & Now Magazine; ephemera has some creasing and wear; glove has light wear; balls are like new; longest 12", VG-EX  Est.25-50

310  BALTIMORE COLTS, ORIOLES MEMORABILIA  - Includes:  (1) Spalding football signed by:  Jim Bailey, Sam Ball, Norm Bulaich, Bill curry, Mike Curtis, Sam Havrilak, Ted Hendricks, Jerry Hill, Roy Hilton, Eddie Hinton, Roy Jefferson, Cornelius Johnson, David Lee, Jerry Logan, John Mackey, Tom Matte, Ray May, Fred Miller, Earl Morrall, Billy Newsome, Jim O' Brian, Jimmy Orr, Ray Perkins, Glenn Ressler, Billy Ray Smith, Charlie Stukes, Don Sullivan, Johnny Unitas, Bob Vogel, Rick Volk, John Willliams; (1) binder of Baltimore Orioles baseball cards, (70+); (1) Cuba vs. Orioles May 3, 1999 Magazine; (1) Orioles Wire to Wire 1997 A. L. East Champions Magazine; (1) Sports Illustrated:  Cal Ripken Jr. Stands Alone 2131 Magazine; magazines have minor wear and tear; longest 11 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100

311  BALTIMORE NUT KIST KORN TIN - Meixner Bros. "Delightful Nutritious" "Best Ever" "A Delicious Confection"; litho tin, Atlantic Can Co. Balto. MD; 1 lb container; edge wear and minor scrapes, moderate loss to a portion of rear, slight dents, H-7 1/4", VG  Est.20-40

312  BECKERS PRETZELS TIN - Pet-So trademark; Becker Pretzel Bakeries Inc. Baltimore MD and Columbia PA; litho tin, outside bottom rusted, inside shows light rust on bottom only; lid is very rough (cannot read); minor litho loss on sides; small dent; H-13 1/2", Dia.-12", overall G-G+  Est.20-40

313  VINTAGE YEARBOOKS (4) - (1) 1962 Pharmacy Terra Mariae University of Maryland School of Pharmacy; (1) 1960 Terra Mariae University of Maryland School of Pharmacy; (1) 1958 "The Forrester" Forest Park High School; (1) 1960 "The Forester" Forest Park High School; famous Baltimoreans included in these yearbooks:  Ellen Cohn (Mamma Cass), and Barry Levinson; normal wear; longest 12 1/4", G-VG  Est.25-50

314  EARLY ANNE ARUNDEL CO. LAND DOCUMENTS 1770'S - 1830'S - Includes:  (1) Jeremiah Gaither request for warrented resurvey for land called "Duvall's Delight", submitted to Examiner General for examination and within one year to be transferred to Western Shore Office, executed 12/12/1811 "Gaither's Fortune"; G; (1) Request from James Corneill for survey to warrent 1/2 acers of vacant land (paid 55 cents or 11 pence), warrent received Sept. 27 1813, land called "Island of Little Worth"; G, one tear; (1) Certificate of Request survey to secure grant of two acres of vacant land, Thomas Hood received warrent 1/25/1813 "Hobbs Discovery"; (1) Deed from Clement Smith and Wife to Charles Hanshaw 5/25/1835 (along with indentures inside), F-G; (1) Indenture dated 9/26/1829 between Stephen Beard of Anne Arundel Co. John Knighton to be paid $4500, tract called "Two Brothers" of 190 acres, deeded to Knighton, P; (1) Certificate of Plating, mentions McKinzie and James Howard, land called "I Have Done It Well" and "I Can Do It Well" containting 100 acres, mentions "Good Luck" of 50 acres and "Yates Delight", dates mentioned 7/29/1773, 8/24/1773 and 1/20/1775; P; (1) land document, dated March 25, 1836 which mentions tracts of land "Biggs Purchase", "Lebanon", "Lordship Justice" and "Saumel Purchase", various allotments of land, concerning the families of Rinaldo Pindell and A. Duvall, a 64 acre allotment to Rinaldo Pindell, trustee for (?) Duvall, a tract of land called "Corners", etc., poor condition; (1) Extract of the Courses of Hammonds Fourth Connection" resurvey for Philip Hammond; dates metioined March 27 1796 and March 22, 1798; tracts of land mentioned:  "Wattses Forest", "Stoners Delight", "Mistake in Friendship", "Worthington's Beginning", "The Trusty Friend", "Hammonds Forrest", laid out 510 acres; waterstains, P; (1) Seth Hyatt of Prince Georges Co. requires Special Warrent secured with Certificate of Survey, 9 acres of vacant land in Anne Arundel Co., paid to treasurer of Western Shore 15 shillings 9 pence, March 10, 1813 warrent sent, received from Jeremiah Jones Feb 22, 1814, folds, G; (1) series of notes concerning a land transfer between Robert Courteney and Richard Burland, dates involved:  Dec. 1795, Nov. 14, 1798, Oct. 22, 1790 and July 1806, concerning 222 acres of land; all documents show wear, tears, staining and fading.  Most have additional notes and handwriting (decipering names, etc.) in margins, longest 14", F  Est.30-50

315  LAND SURVEY DOCUMENTS ANNE ARUNDEL CO, 1814-1886 - Includes:  (1) Survey of Land owned by Ferdinand Fredericks called "Hammond's Security", 32 acres, mentions John S. Selby, William Hammond and Philip J. Rawlings, dated June 8, 1886, includes plot drawing and courses, on heavy vellum-type paper, folded with some stains; (1) Dr. Joseph Hall request for resurvey, January 22 1814 and June 1 1814, called "Halls Regulation" other tracts mentioned:  "Hall's Delight" and "Larkins Choice", early "typed" document with handwritten elements, holes at folds, F; (1) Platt and courses for court-ordered confirmation of survey, 44 acres dated Feb. 27, 1829, concerning Lewis Duvall and Elizabeth Murdock, signed John W. Duvall; poor condition, splits at folds; (1) Survey of parcels of land, "Cromwell's Inheritance" 38 acres, March 7 1843, 9 1/4 acres to John H. Crane and Eleanor his wife surveyed May 1845; (1) confirmation of survey including platt and courses of 33 acres called "Burlee's Park", parcel from Margaret Pumphrey to Dorsey Jacob, Dec. 5, 1846; (1) Survey and certificate concerning "Cromwell's Inheritance" of 49 1/2 acres part of "Burllee's Park" done for Dorsey Jacob, to Eleanor Crane; all documents have additional handwritten notes, underlines, and deciphered names, etc.; overall F  Est.30-50

316  LAND SURVEY DOCUMENTS ANNE ARUNDEL CO, 1814-1886 - Includes:  (1) Courses of "Howard's Pasture Resurveyed" for Charles Waters 8/19/1805, mentions "Stevensons Addition" and "Gambrills Purchase", laid out 237 acres; G; (1) Platt and Courses for "Popular Plains" and "Hawkins Choice" dated Nov. 15 1811; 528 acres divided between Caleb Goodwin and Lyde Goodwin, taped, poor; (1) Mrs. Thomas Bird request of survey of part of "Suffolk" from Estate of Late Joseph Watkins, note from Richard Harwood property descendced to Joseph Watkings from his father Nichola Watkins, Oct 7, 1821; taped, poor; (1) Certificate and Plat Mary Murray "Rockburn", mentions "Moors Morning Choice Enlarged", "Dorseys Hills", Calebs Purchase" and "Belt's Field", dated Feb 9 1825, taped, stained, P; (1) Indenture dated Feb 15 1836, between Joseph M. Tate and wife Elizabeth and Charles Henshaw, mentions "Blay's Neck", "Polecat Cove", "Youngs Cove", "Young Richard", also mentions Zachariah Duvall, John Duvall, Edwin Baldwin; holes, stains, P; (1) plat of "Parsons Plains" for Mrs. Anne Maccubbin; (1) courses of John W. Jones, purchase of Benjamin Watkins, 90 acres; tracts of land called:  "Abbington", "White Hall", and "What You Will", histories of property ownership as they pertain to the survey also noted, going back to Robert Proctor and John Gaither in 1664, overall G; all documents have additional handwritten notations and underlining;   Est.-

317  EARLY REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS ANNE ARUNDEL CO, 19TH CENTURY - Includes:  (1) Resurvey granted to John Brice (of Baltimore County) granted 6/29/1807, survey completed May 12 1808 for 364 acres more or less called "Trouble", properties also mentioned "Cockeys Addition" and "Underwood's Addition", William Cockey, Thomas and Samuel Underwood, taped, seperated, P; (1) "Deed of Gift" Indenture dated May 20 1812 between John Brice (Annapolis) to Edmund Brice (Baltimore City, son) for $1 a tract of land called "Trouble"; stained, P; (1) Indenture made 5/23/1827 between John Brice, Nicholas Price and Henry Brice (of Baltimore) and Clement Smith and his wife Margaret (of Washington DC) land in Anne Arundel County "Underwood's Addition", possibly incomplete; (1) Indenture dated 5/16/1835 first part between Clement Smith and Wife (of DC) and Nicholas Price and wife (of Baltimore); the second part between Richard Tilghman Price and Charles Handshaw concerning a tract of land called "Trouble"a consideration of $200 to be paid by Charles Hanshaw for 10 Acres, F; (1) notes taken concerning Charles Gibson vs the Estate of George Hayden, Dower Mary Hayden consisting 186 acres of land called "Trouble" and a dwelling located on Tabernacle Street in Annapolis, requesting a resurvey, no date; (1) Indenture Bond dated June 22 1808, John Welch against representatives of John and Samuel Buchman to obtain a deed for a tract of land called "Welch's Folly" to clear indebtedness from 1749 in the amount of 322 pounds, 8 shillings; complete, but in two pieces, P; (1) Indenture, recorded 6/8/1830 mentions Alexander Randall vs. Benjamin Welch / John Welch; mentions "Barretts Purchase", "Welch's Folly", "Sarah's Purchase", "Cowman's Purchase", concerning 385 acres and $3857, very poor condition; (1) Deed, between George W. Welch and wife Betty to James P. Magill a tract of land called "Welch's Folly", 58 acres for the sum of $4118 dated January 28, 1859; all have age appropriate wear, toning, addditional hand-written notations, etc.  Est.8-

318  EARLY REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS - WORCESTER CO. MD - Includes:  (1) Disposition of land of John Wilson "Spring Hill", and concerning disposition of land of Henry H. Spies, dated April 25, 1749, very hard to read; (1) Indenture made Feb. 20, 1802 - William Winder of Somerset Co. sold a tract called "Mill Grove" (Worcester Co.) for 220 1/2 pounds to Isaac Eschum (Worcester Co.) dated March 20, 1802; (1) Bonded George Wilson Jr. and James Donoho and John Wacles(?) unto John Henry (Dorchester Co.) and Rider Henry Winder (Somerset Co.), involving tract of land called "Spring Hill" in the amount of $2000 dated June 15, 1807, F-G; (1) Bond, dated June 15, 2807 binding John Henry unto William Winder (Somerset Co.) involving "Spring Hill" willed to two parties, assigned arbitors to settle, amount of $1000; overall F-G; (1) Bond dated Aug 31, 1812, between Ebenezer Leonard, Joseph Leonard and Benjamin Leonard jointly to Rider H. Winder of Baltimore City a sum $2000, $1000 to be paid by the end of Dec. 1813; (1) Bond between Ebenezer Leonard and Benjamin Leonard jointly to Rider H. Winder in the amount of $2000, $1000 to be paid by the "final day of December 1813", folded, overall G; (1) Bond, between I. Christopher (Worcester Co.) and Ebenezer Leonard for the sum of $5000, mentions a plantation of 118 3/4 acres and another 86 acres, dated June 10, 1818; (1) Bond, John W. Henry (Dorcester Co.) and William Winder (Somerset Co.) bonded to each other in the amount of $1000 involving tract of land called "Spring Hill" which was willed to John Henry and Rider Winder (arbiters assigned to divide), 40 5/8 acres in Somerset Co.; (1) bond, between William Leonard (Somerset Co.) and Joseph Leonard (Worcester Co.) for $1000 convey 149 acres in Somerset Co.; all documents have age appropriate wear, tears, and repairs  Est.-

319  EARLY MARYLAND REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS - Includes:  (1) Survey courses for John Hadison and William Hutchinson of property "Eastern Branch" "Certificate of Friendship" dated Oct. 16, 1694; (1) Deed of Indenture, August 19, 1799 Judson Bradshears (Kentucky) sold 152 acres for the sum of 200 pounds to Leonard Garey (Anne Arundel Co) part of "Erasmons Parrott" in Anne Arundel Co.; poor condition; (1) Exocute Written Warrantee dated Nov. 28, 1815 concerning 20 acres of vacant land and a fee of $2.50 located in Anne Arundel Co., mentions Larkin Shipley; (1) Certificate of Platt survey for Leonard Gary part of a land tract called "Miles's Chance", 47 1/2 acres, signed by John Iglehart, March 13, 1816; (1) Indenture Deed dated July 12, 1819, Nicholas Watkins of Anne Arundel Co. to John Iglehart, $6250 for two parcels of land "Friends Choice" and "Forest Farm", 240 acres; folds, tears; (1) Indenture dated Sept. 4, 1824 between George Gillingham (Baltimore City) to Thomas Morris a sum of $4500 for a tract of land "Pierpoint's Sweep" 82 1/2 acres and "Chews Vineyard" 100 acres, recorded September 13, 1824, poor, separated, pieces missing; (1) document dated Nov. 2, 1836 between John Henry Sellman and Lucinda Sellman (wife) and Ann Caroline Harwood, Henrietta Harwood, Benjamin Harwood and Mary Dryden Harwood; trustee Thomas Alexander did sell to Francis Brushcard for $7703, Isaac Mayo purchased from F. Brushcard 37 acres for a sum of $5.00 - poor, incomplete; (1) Courses of Henry Brown, mentions "Salmons Hills", "Hope", "Providence" and "Hammonds Plains" dated 1836; holes, folds, stains, overall P; (1) survey for James Iglehart and Brice Worthington 200 + 1/2 acres dated May 8 1850; (1) Letter to Surveyor from William Iglehart (judge) concerning the Mercer family, 35 acres in Annapolis, dated May 23, 1866; (1) survey for James Worthing, two parcels: "Worthington Fancy" and "Woodstock Enlarged", 326 acres (?); (1) Plot of Properties and Streets, mentions Ellicott's Property, Boyce and Callow; Nicholson Street, James Street, and a 60 foot wide Dock; all documents have age appropriate wear, tears, and toning, F-G  Est.-

320  EARLY MARYLAND REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS - Incudes:  (1) Survey request, dated Dec. 1, 1817 - Thomas Griffith requests survey of tract called "The Diamond" between "Venison Park" and "Snowdens Intent", Anne Arundel County; stained, overall G; (1) Court Instruction to Survey "Gosnell's Chance" and "Smith Forest", regarding Charles Pumphrey vs Elizabeth and George Ashpaw; dataed June 27, 1820, Anne Arundel Co., overall G; (1) large folded plat, real estate of Nicholas J. Worthington, surveyed February 17, 1847, includes boundary lands of Dr. Welch and John Tucker; taped, F; (1) survey, "Warfield's Plains" from original tract called "Hammonds Enclosure", laid out for 71 acres, surveyed 1856; overall G; (1) plot of lot #6, containing 298 acres, Thomas R. Cross to Maria and Henry Brown; taped, P-F condition; (1) Courses for Plot A, vacant land, 218 1/4 acres, handwritten "Shear's Park" and "Beall's Enlargement", holes and stains, no discernable date, P-F; (1) Large platt, mentions properties:  "Hunt's Mount", "Trent", "Evans Purchase", "Ayres", "Holland Sand", "Carter Mennett", "Chews Right", "The Oblong" and "Swan's Purchase", fold holes and tears, P-F; (1) plat and courses for property called "Salmon's Hills";  lot also includes additional unidentified real estate documents, fragments, etc.  Est.-

321  EARLY MARYLAND REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS - Includes:  (1) document dated Dec. 7, 1796 order lay down 70 acres of land called "Ample Grange" regarding Benjamin Hall contracted with Thomas Boyd, platt on back; Prince Georges Co. MD; poor, stains, tears and folds; (1) Bond Philip Hammond to James O'Rourke for $3216 dated Jan. 12, 1809, sold 314 acres in Anne Arundel Co. "Hammond's Connection", platt attached, overall P; (1) Nicholson Watkins Lefser vs. Samuel W. Clagget, instructions to lay down tracts of land including "Forest Farm" and "Friends Choice", April 1816, poor, stains and tears; (1) Instructions to secure David & Caleb Stewart vs. Joseph Nicholson and others, dispute of fence boundaries at line of "Hickory Hills", dated Oct. 7, 1821; (1) Instructions concerning fencing, part of "Indian Range" and "Beards Habitation" done for Joseph Nicholson and others, dated October 7, 1821 (Anne Arundel Co.); (1) Plot of land, purchased from Joseph Nicholson called "Arnold Gray", 46 acres, Anne Arundel Co., dated 1847; folds, small tears, overall F-G; (1) plot of lan drawn, tract of land called "Arnold Gray" 33 acres, conveyed by Joseph Nicholdson and wife to Absolom Hall, Jan. 20, 1849, refers to trustees for the real estate of G. Magruder as well, G-VG; (1) large hand drawn platt, dated 1887, mentions "Gosnell Chance", "Smith's Forest", and many names:  E. Pumphrey, Owens, Turner, Stewart, Taylor, Burton, Robinson, Rowles, Brown, Spencer; faded, folded, stained and overall rough; all documents have age appropriate wear and additional hand-written notes, etc.  Est.-

322  EARLY MARYLAND REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS - EASTERN SHORE - Includes:  (1) Indenture Deed, dated Feb. 11, 1794 from Joshua Townsend to John Bigland (?) (Worcester Co.) 60 acres from tract known as "Coxes Neglect", 5 shillings, folded, tattered, holes, P-F; (1) Bond, William Dymack (Somerset Co.) paid 32000 feet of inch plank to Samuel Laverty of Sussex Co. Deleware for parcel of 60 acres of land called "Coxes Neglect" witnessed Feb. 1797, poor, losses on edges; (1) Indenture deet, (Worcester Co.) dated Jan 18, 1815, William Daly Sr. to John Daly (his son) parcels of land, and additional parcels to other sons, overall G; (1) Indenture Deed dated Sept 22, 1842 from William I. Leonard and wife to Elijah Coulbaum, mentions $1897.50 and 189 3/4 acres, parcels known as "Hard Luck" and "Green Meadow", Worcester Co.; overall F-G; (1) Explanation of Plot of Land sold by Henry Fooks to Wm. Leonard, dated Feb. 2, 1880 located near town of Salisbury and Snow Hill, diagram of plot inclued; small tears, plot is taped to explanation; G condition; (1) Indenture Deed, dated 1889 between Samuel Martin andn WIlliam Leonard, three pages with seal, State of Delaware; together with envelope fragment and correspondence with Wm. Leonard; overall age wear, tears, etc.  Est.-

323  EARLY MARYLAND, ETC.  REAL ESTATE and ASSORTED DOCUMENTS - Includes:  (1) Partial deed, William Garrett Woodward to William Davis Lee, dated Oct 22, 1779, 25 acres, tract of land called "Covells Folly", incomplete, P; (1) John Murray vs. Nicholas Brewer and others, instructions to locate boundaries "Todds Harbour", "Acton" and "Todds Range", July 28 1818 and Sept. 11, 1818; (1) Receipt Baltimore dated Nov. 20, 1822, sale of tobacco, paid $109.64 to W Duvall 12/17/1822, inspected in the name of Wm. Warfield, signed Joseph Waters; (1) court order between Lewis Shipley and Wm. Jamison, mentions "Goshen Resurveyed", and "Goshen", 174 acres, also mentions "Spring Garden", dated Dec. 13, 1843, payment of $525 to Wm. Jamison, very poor condition; (1) Plot Survey of Land belonging to Addison Johnson concerning deed dated 12/31/1879 of "Widow's Lot", Charles Robinson purchased from Charles Hall 10 acres "Robinson's Morning Walk" containing 56 acres, surveyed July 23, 1879, (3/4 degrees off), overall F; (1) Courses for Thomas D Hanigan of Mississippi, case of Clinton vs. Hinds County; mentions R. Bowie purchase and W. Smith; overall poor condition; (1) Plot of Certification, land of Robert Yeald Hall vs. Benj. D. Clarke, called "Norwoods Fancy", 203 acres, 2 old log cabins, a few fruit trees, 9 acres valuable meadows, 45 acres woods, fence rails, etc. valued at $7.00; no date, Fair condition; all documents have age appropriate wear, tears, folds, and later hand-written notations, etc.  Est.-

324  EARLY MARYLAND REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS - SOMERSET CO. - Includes:  (1) Indenture Deed, dated 1725; signed John Matthison (signed with his mark) and Sarah his wife to Mary Hampton, mentions 50 acres, payment of 2000 pounds of tobacco, mentions "Goulds Delight", stained, folded, good, hard to read; (1) Title to 50 acres of land, part of "Goulds Delight", John Matthison and Sarah his wife convey to Mary Hampton, dated Feb. 23, 1725; very good, folded; (1) printed bond, J. Ebenezer Haney of Worcester Co. bond unto Robert Haney 300 pounds to be paid 30th of June 1777, 50 pounds on demand, 150 to be paid July 1st 1779, paid in full August 13, 1779; one page pre-printed obligation form filled in hand written, signed and witnessed; fair condition with folds, tears, rough edges; (1) Indenture Deed, made June 9, 1788 between Robert Parsons of Sussex Co. DE to John Nolon, Noah Nolon and Peter Nolan, three parcels known as "Fatums Habitation" 40 acres, in Somerset Co, patented to John Falern "Swans Luck" j50 acres patented to Catherine Care (?), "Plumpton Salt Ash" 10 acres; poor to good, folded with tears; (1) Indenture Deed to John Byrd, Archibald Smith and wife Esther of Somerset Co., relinquish all rights willingly for sum of 660 pounds two tracts from the heir of Thomas Cox - 200 acres and 50 acres, dated 1797; in pieces, some writing missing; (1) certified copy dated 1876 with seal - Indenture deed 1750 Somerset Co between Joseph Gilliss and Nehemiah Hitch(?) for seventeen pounds ten shillings 229 acres; two pages, very good condition; (1) copy dated 1876, Somerset County; will of Col. Levin Gale dated Feb. 16, 1742 (born 1706 Tusculum Plantation Somerset Co. MD), two parcels of land mentioned, 1-brother Matt Gale, 1-Day Scott; 20 pounds distributed by brothers to poor widows in Somerset Co., remainder of estate to daughter Leah Gale, suits of mourning to be divided among three brothers, assign guardianship of daughter to three brothers; May 3, 1774 brother George Gale renounces his executorship (given to all three brothers); copy has county seal and in very good condition, clipping attached mentioning that Gale was step-grandfather to George Washington; (1) copy of Indenture Deed, filed 1877; originally dated 1780 between George Gale and Joseph Gilliss, 300 acres paid 20 pounds 10 shillings; two pages, very good condition; documents have age appropriate wear and hand written notations, etc.  Est.-

325  EARLY MARYLAND REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS - Includes:  (1) plotted surveys concerning "Yarrow Farm" and "Friendship", copy of plot taken from re-survey made in 1710 of "Yarrow Farm"; (1) copy of courses of tracts of land known as "Yarrow Farm" and "Yarrow Swamp" combined acres 522, surveyed by John F. A Priggs of Prince Georges County, ames Edmonstons certified, patented October 14, 1768; (1) Courts' Division of Land from the Estate of Richard Snowden, to Caroline E. Snowden two parcels of land in Prince Georges Co. , first parcel part of "Friendship Enlarged" containing 442 acres, second parcel "Lemlor Bottom Enlarged (?)" 541 acres, division made in 1824; incomplete; poor condition; (1) Deed, Anne Arundel Co. recorded June 17, 1834 between Charity Foulke of Annapolis MD to Mary Lorke (her daughter) for $1.00 lot no. 50 containing 678 square feet and two houses; poor; tears and tape repairs; (1) location of property lines, deed from Charity Foulke to Mary Lorke dated June 12, 1834 recorded April 1, 1841; very difficult to read, poor condition; (1) Articles of Agreement dated June 1, 1853 between Thomas Welch (Anne Arundel Co.) and George Hanes (Prince Georges Co.) dispute over boundaries  - land owned by Welch known as "Yarrow" and land owned by Hanes as "Friendship"; agreed to the appointed Chas. Calvert of Prince Georges Co. and John Duvall of Anne Arundel Co. as arbitrators; (1) copy of "Friendship" survey discription of 1694 recorded March 12, 1853; (1) copy of land dipsute from original grant - "Friendship" was surveyed Oct. 16, 1694, another survey conducted Dec. 30, 1710 (earlier survey deemed to be more accurate); (1) copy of re-survey made in 1763, case of Welch and Brent, copies are VG; all documents have age appropriate wear, notations, etc.  Est.-

326  EARLY MARYLAND REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS - SOMERSET CO. - Includes:  Indenture Deed, from Hill Cox to Thomas Cox, dated 1754, mentions 565 acres "Plumpton Saltash" confirmation of 10 shillings paid, in pieces with writing missing; (1) Indenture dated 30th may 1763 between Hill Cox (Worcester Co.) and George Parker, paid 5 pounds two pence for 72 acres and 28 acres called Plumpton Salt Ash; signed with his mark; folded, stained, holes, P-F; (1) Bond: Thomas Cox bound unto Archabald Cox 20 pounds, ten acres called "Plumpton Salt Ash", dated April 8, 1788; recorded 1797; folded, small holes, F-G; (1) Deed of Indenture dated 23 November 1797 for the purchase of land by John Byrd from Archibald Smith of a tract of land part of "Plumpton Salt Ash", mentnion of divisional post at the parcel belonging to John Cox, son of Thomas Cox for a consideration of 660 pounds; incomplete, in pieces; (1) Will of Thomas Cox of Somerset MD willed tracts of land to various persons, side saddle and cupboard to daughter; mentions food, feather beds and such to wife; shoe equipment to son; one page, original, dated 1797, Fair condition overall with considerable wear and tears; pieces missing; (1) agreement dated December 2, 1815 sale between Aaron Cox and Benjamin Vincent Sr. $97 for a thirty acre tract of land containing parcels from "Plumpton Salt Ash", "Wilton" and "Smiths Meadows"; folded, otherwise F-G; all documents show age appropriate wear, tears, and hand written notes, etc.  Est.-

327  EARLY MARYLAND REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS - ANNE ARUNDEL CO. - Includes:  (1) Attorney letter, re: Benjamin Nicholson vs. Lewis Weston concerning parcel of lands "Flushing" and "Deep Creek" Anne Arundel Co., to re-survey land patented to Thomas Turner in 1649; attorney James Brice; page has small tear, tape repair, written notations; (1) Indenture Deed dated Nov. 12 1784 between Bryon Willimas and John Williams, 16 pounds for 25 acres, both parties signed with their "X" mark; torn and taped, F-P; (1) Indenture Deed, City of Annapolis, dated Jan. 13, 1837 between Charles Hanshaw and wife Anne of the first part and Dennis Claude Jr. on the other part, $1000 paid by Dennis Claude Jr. for tract of land in Broad Neck, Anne Arundel Co., 113 acres and 32 perches, and an additional parcel of 10 acres; signed by Charles Hanshaw ("x" for wife); G; (1) Re-Survey - George W. Morton and wife Harriet Morton vs. Mary Leach, Anne Arundel Co. 1835; re-survey appointment for September 12, 1836; hard to read; good condition; (1) Indenture Deed between William W. Hill and John B. Magruder to Absolom A. Hall, mentions 53 acres at 30 dollars per acre; dated 1857; Prince Georges Co.; VG; all documents show age appropriate wear, tears, and hand-written notes, etc.  Est.-

328  MARTIN AIRCRAFT COMMEMORATIVE PLATE - Ceramic; made for Hect Brothers by Vernon Kilns; depicts Model 165 "Maryland", B-26, Model 187 "Baltimore", PBM-1 US Navy Patrol Bomber; and the China Clipper; Dia.-10 1/2", EX  Est.20-40

329  BALTIMORE ORIOLES YEARBOOKS 1960's (7) - Includes:  (1) 1962, (2) 1963 (2nd edition), (1) 1964, (1) 1965, (1) 1966; (1) 1968; all in very nice shape with minimal wear and marks, longest L-17", VG   Est.20-40

330  ORIOLES EPHEMERA - TEAM PHOTOS, SCOREBOOKS, ETC. - Includes: (1) 1972 "Golden Glovers" booklet; (1) 1970 Scorebook; (2) 1967 Scorebooks; (1) "Baltimore's Bashers" color photo, circa 1996; (1) 1954 Orioles team photo (black and white), some corner wear, tack holes and losses; overall G-VG  Est.20-40

331  (4) BALTIMORE PIN UP CALENDARS - MARILYN MONROE - Includes:  (1) 1955 nude Marilyn Monroe calendar, advertising Aarid Van Lines, Inc., Baltimore 30 MD; pad intact, significant edge tears and wear; 19" x 12"; (3) Lasting Products Company cardstock monthly calendars, December 1943,  January 1944, February 1944, all swith soiling and toning, December has severe litho loss, 4 3/4" x 10"; F-G  Est.25-45

332  EARLY 20TH CENTURY BALTIMORE ADVERTISIG - Includes:  (1) McComas Pharmacy boxed medicine glass; original box has very minor wear, in like-new condition; (1) sundial Baltimore & Ohio Railroad souvenir; metal sundial mounted to turned wood base, "All Trains via Washington with Stop Over Privilege", Dia.-3 1/4"; (1) French Cycle Co. bicycle badge; "Baltimore MD", enameled metal, very minor wear, L-3 1/2"; (1) canning label for "substandard" June Peas, J. Langrall & Bro. Inc. Baltimore MD; appears unused, L-11"; (1) souvenir plate, 1893 - 1907; ceramic plate with gold spattered edge advertising W. Littlepage & Co. "We Make Homes Out of Houses" at Baltimore & Calhoun Sts.; Dia.-6 1/8", overerall VG+  Est.50-100

333  NEW OLD STOCK MARYLAND, ETC. CANNING LABELS - Large lot - Includes large number of Defender Brand Tomatoes, Trappe, MD; also includes:  Three Sisters Brand Tomatoes, Ridgely, MD; Boris Tomatoes, Mt. Airy, MD; Squaw Choice Sifted Peas, Centerville, MD; Maryland Chief Brand, Mannings, etc.; L-9"-14" (sizes vary), overall VG+  Est.40-60


335  DURA-LITE MARYLAND FLAG - Nylon and other materials, 3 x 5 feet, box may or may not be original, appears unused, (1) tiny stain, overall, EX+  Est.20-40

336  MARYLAND HORSE RACING EPHEMERA (2) - Includes:  Pimlico Pictorial brochure, Spring 1953, Vol. 1, War Admiral - Sea Biscuit match on cover; [32 pages], lightly toned, cover soiled; (1) 1906 Greenspring Valley Horse Show ribbon, silver color, actual ribbon has breaks and losses; overall G-G+  Est.25-45

337  BALTIMORE CITY LAW ENFORCEMENT PATCHES (5) - Embroidered patches, Includes:  Baltimore Auxiliary Police, Baltimore City Police, Baltimore City Police Cadet, Baltimore Police, Sheriff's Dept. Baltimore City; appear unused, L-4", EX  Est.30-40

338  BALTIMORE & MARYLAND ADVERTISING (6) - Includes:  (1) National Beer tip tray; (1) Lord Calvert Coffee can with litho paper label, embossed lid, (tears and losses to paper); (1) 1955 State of Maryland Music Box License; (3) Decca Records celluloid topped record cleaning pads, "Free State Stores" 108 No. Howard Street, 440 No. Gay Street, 1335 Pennsylvania Avenue, minor spotting to celluloid; largest H-6", G-VG+  Est.40-60

339  1966 ORIOLES CHAMPIONSHIP GLASSES (4) - Clear glass with American League final standings, (1) glass has uneven rim; H-4 1/2", Dia.-3 1/2", EX  Est.10-20

340  (5) MARYLAND SOUVENIR PAPERWEIGHTS - Glass, includes:  "Maryland State Building" Columbian Exposition 1893 by Libbey Glass Co.; "Public Square and Beach - Betterton MD"; "Casino Braddock Heights, MD"; "The Laurel Sanitarium - Laurel, Maryland"; "Maryland Congress of Parents and Teachers - A Weight that Counts" (losses to reverse painting in logo and lettering); longest L-5 1/4", VG+  Est.40-60

341  (6) BALTIMORE SOUVENIR/ADVERTISING PAPERWEIGHTS  - Includes:  Strayer's Business College; Birth Place of Baltimore Branch W.E.M.S., 1871-1896; James D. Mason Co. Maryland Steam Bakery; Henry A. Kries & Sons "The Result of Price Cutting" (pocketmirror reverse); Robert S. Green, Inc. Building Material (pocketmirror reverse, detaches from glass top); Conrad L. Stein & Co. Marine Surveyor and Service Engineers with leatherette top surface;  overall minor wear, longest L-4 ", VG  Est.40-60

342  (6) MARYLAND SOUVENIR PENNANTS - OCEAN CITY, WESTERN MD, ETC. - Felt with printed images and letters, includes:  (2) Ocean City, MD, 1-faded with pin hole in tip, (1) Cambridge, MD High School (fading), (1) Crystal Grottoes Boonesboro, MD (light fading), (1) Cambridge, MD (loss to image), (1) Salisbury MD with Native American chief (light fading), longest 27", G-VG  Est.30-50

343  (8) BALTIMORE & VICINITY SOUVENIR PENNANTS - Felt with printed images and letters, includes:  (1) Gwynn Oak Park, (no ties), (1) Druid Hill Park, image of elephant and monkey, tip not pointed, (1) Friendship International Airport, Maryland, pictures of airplanes and buildings, (1) Souvenir of Maryland State Fair Timonium, (no ties, fading, pin holes in tip end, small tear in one corner), (1) Baltimore Orioles pennant, creases, felt loss along some edges, (1) Baltimore MD, Washington Monument pictured, (1) Annapolis MD 300th Anniversary Celebration May 22-27 1949, (1) Annapolis MD US Naval Academy, (fading), longest 29", G-VG  Est.30-50

344  1864 MILITARY CLOTHING CHART - Charts of clothing distribution to Privates Volunteer and Substitutes for enrolled men, dated August 8, 1864; (44) signatures of recipiants and witnessed; three full pages and two partial pages; tears and folds, 11 1/2" x 9", P-F  Est.20-40

345  BALTIMORE RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT & TUGBOAT DISPATCH RECIPTS (7) - Dated 1890 to 1901; toned and faded; minor creases; normal wear; 9 1/4" x 5 1/2", F-G  Est.20-40

346  B&O RAILROAD & BALTIMORE/NY RAILWAY STOCKS /BONDS (17) - Railroad stock share certificates, $100 shares, blank, never filled out, each have (4) punched holes; (1) 1889 Baltimore & NY Co. Bond $1000, dated May 1, 1889 #216 signed by treasurer of B&O Railroad, punched 11 times; (7) B&O Railroad warrant share stocks, 1901, three not filled out #8497, #7669, #8500; each has been punched one time, four filled out and punched one time; (1) 1906 B&O Railroad Co common stock, not filled out punched twice; (1) 1902 B&O Railroad Company fractional Warrent No. F2106, punched twice; normal wear; creases, tears and stains; largest 13" x 11 1/2", G-VG  Est.40-80

347  ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS 1960'S STOCK SHARES (18) - $50 each, Maryland; #2-6 and #8-20; #6 has been voided; minor toning and creasing; 8 1/2" x 11", G-VG  Est.25-50

348  MARYLAND STOCK SHARES & BALTIMORE TRANSIT DOC (15) - (14) Koolon Company Stock Shares, 1960's, #9-13, 22, 24, 33, 36, 40, 43, 54, 55 and 64; 54 and 55 voided; (1) 1977 Baltimore Transit Co. 6 2/3% Cumulative Income Subordinated Debenture #X77 $5000; toning creases and minor wear; largest 15 1/4" x 10 1/4", G-VG  Est.20-40

349  ANTIQUE BALTIMORE RECEIPTS & BOND (25+) - Mostly late 1800's; includes:  (1) Central Stables, (1) NY Belting and Packing Co. LTD, (1) Pocket Cutlery, (1) The Morning Herald, (1) Consumer's Company, (1) S. Kann, Sons & Co. Dry Goods, Notions and Ladies' Cloaks, (1) Walter W. Rowles Plumbing, (1) F. Weber & Co. Artist Materials, (1) Neely & Ensor Carriage Builders, (1) Balto. Central Grinding Polishing and Tool Works: G. A Schall, (1) Edward J. Burke Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter, (1) G. T. Sadtler & Sons Opticians, etc.; (1) 1917 Liberty Loan Bond No 4253; toned and minor creases and stains, age appropriate; largest 8 1/2" x 7", G-VG  Est.25-50

350  BALTIMORE EPHEMERA (15) - (3) Cigar labels, (1) Bates Engraving, (2) Baltimore Souvenir booklets with notable landmarks, (5) Souvenir postcard view books, (1) 1936 Historic Map, (1) 1949 Hampton Recipe book, (1) Baltimore- A History in Postcards, paperback book / price guide by Mary Marti & Nathanial Wolfgang-Price; (1) Greetings from Baltimore -  Postcard Views of the City by Bert Smith (hardbound with dust jacket); postcard folders and recipe books have rough edges, overall age appropriate wear, toning and fading, longest 8 3/4" x 11 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40

351  VINTAGE SCHNEIDEREITH & SONS CHRISTMAS CATALOGS (5) - (1) 1938, (1) 1939 with back cover detached, (1) 1940 with die-cut cover, (1) 1941 with die-cut cover, (1) no discernable date; two have addresses on front; multiple advertisements inside, including:  Johnson Bros. Radio, Kernan Motor Co., Stieff Co., Auman and Werkmeister Furs, Payne & Merrill Outfitters for Men and Boys, Tuerke Luggage, Triangle Sporting Goods Co., etc.; edge wear, minor wear and tear, stains and fading, age appropriate, 15" x 12", G-VG  Est.25-50

352  BALTIMORE ORIOLES WORLD SERIES JACKET - with patches, 1983, 1970, 1966; Genuine Merchandise G-III Sports by Carl Banks; very clean, very light wear, size XXL, VG-EX  Est.25-50

353  MANN'S POTATO CHIPS ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN -1950's - Large leatherette folio featuring Mann's Potato Chips promotional campaigns, includes:  hand lettered pages, promotional printed ads, display photographs, etc.; bottom of folio appears to have been close to heat, resulting in slightly discolored/melted plastic and some darkening to promotional materials; very unusual; 17 1/2" x 15 1/2", G-VG  Est.60-80

354  BALTIMORE COLTS COLLECTIBLES (12) - Includes:  (6) team photos, two in original envelopes with holiday card 1967 and 1971; (envelopes toned, wear and tear) (3) team photos only - 1968, 1970, and 1971; (1) 1958-1959 World Champions team photo sponsored by National Bohemian (creased, rough condition); fan letters signed by Donald S. Kellett ; 1955 Season Ticket info; 1970 Season Ticket Identification; WCBM Says Love Our Colts bumper sticker; World Champs Baltimore Colts NFL metal plate; (1) porcelain "The Sun" ashtray; longest 12", G  Est.25-50

355  CITY COLLEGE BASEBALL UNIFORM - "Genuine Flannel" baseball uniform with felt stitched on "CITY" on front, "10" on back; appliques have loose and missing stitches, edge loss; stains to front of button-up shirt; shirt size 40; Oliver Bros. Athletic Wear, trousers waistband lining is deteriorating, many holes, stitched repairs and patches, overall F-G  Est.30-40

356  JOHN WATERS' "SERIAL MOM" ORIGINAL SCRIPT - First draft copy, dated June 15, 1992; name "Shoemaker" upper right corner (played the part of court reporter); this Kathleen Turner film is about a housewife murderess, filmed in Baltimore; script is held together with metal fasteners, back cover torn and missing; well read with stains and wear; L-11", F-G  Est.50-100

357  DEPUTY SHERIFF BALTIMORE COUNTY BADGES (7) - (2) circular silvertone badges with central star, Dia.-1 3/4"; (3) silvertone badges with eagle tops, black enamel lettering, state of Maryland seal medallion central, 1 - 2 - 3; (2) silvertone badge with eagle top, seal of Maryland central, No. 1; (1) bronze eagle topped badge, No 7; eagle topped badges L-2 3/4", overall moderate wear, G-G+  Est.50-100

358  (2) EARLY 20TH CENTURY BALTIMORE SOUVENIR BOOKS - (1) "Baltimore and the Saengerfest Official Program and Souvenir", Week of June 14, 1903; "Under the Auspices of the United Singers of Baltimore", color litho paper cover; filled with vintage advertising, portraits of the "singers", [208 pages], retains fold-out map; cover has corner loss and is loose; spine has tears and losses; L-10 1/4"; (1) "Baltimore 200th Anniversary 1729 to 1929" published by the Baltimore Municipal Journal; paper covers; [297 pages],  many vintage adverts,spine someone hand wrote "Baltimore" in pencil, overall light age wear and toning; L-12", VG  Est.20-40

359  VINTAGE MARYLAND ROAD MAPS - SHELL, ESSO, TEXACO, ETC. - (1) Sunoco "Delaware - Maryland - Virginia - West Virginia Road Map" Rand McNally folding map, 1941; colorful paper litho; (1) Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel brochure, 1961; (1) Maryland Official Hiway map, State Roads Commission 1956; (1) Indexed Map and Guide to Annapolis MD, 1957 Chesapeake Publishers; (1) Texaco Touring Map - Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and North & South Carolina, no date; (1) "Little Joe's" Baltimore  and Howard Road Map of Maryland, "price 15 c"; advertising "The Largest Retail Sport Store int he United States; some minor tears, no discernable date; (1) Claiborne-Annapolis-Matapeake Ferry schedule 1934; (1) Road Map of Maryland "Showing connetions with principal points in adjoining states", 1933; (1) Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia Info Map - Gulf Gasoline and Motor Oils, no discernable date; (1) Maryland, Delaware, District of Columbia, Virginia and West Virginia Road map for 1938, Esso fuel; (1) 1935 Road Map Metropolitan Baltimore for Shell; (1) Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, District of Columbia, North Carolina, South Carolina Texaco Road Map, 1935; overall condition VG  Est.40-60

360  EARLY MARYLAND PHOTOGRAPHY - IMAGE & BOOK - (1) Hartzler, Daniel D., "A Band of Brothers  Photographic Epilogue to Marylanders in the Confederacy", Willow Bend Books, 2005; signed and inscribed by the author inside front cover; soft cover; [231 pages], L-10 3/4"; very lightly read, EX (1) photographic image, circa 1860's, identified as Alexander M. Fulford (1841-1919) in early metal edged "Bendann Bros Baltimore MD" frame, with tassel, image is faded, L-3", G  Est.30-50

361  MARYLAND THEME CHRISTMAS CARDS, BURNETT & WU - Includes (14+) Christmas cards and postcards by Norman F. Burnett, head of the art department at Baltimore City College -  many with scenes from Baltimore and Maryland, (2) appear to be screen printed, (1) was attached to a calendar, dates range from 1940's to 1960's; most all are unused; lot also includes (5) Jimmy Wu Christmas cards, two photo cards and (3) foil covered / embossed greeting cards; largest L-7 3/4", overall VG  Est.20-40

362  KOESTER'S BREAD ADVERTISING EPHEMERA - Includes:  (1) cardstock placard, 1939, "By Appointment ____ is an authorized distributor of Dionne Quintuplet Bread as baked by Koester"; (1) illustration art mock-up by Maud Tousey Fangel, of baby sleeping and partial Koester's logo; (2) large publicity photo "Koesters Twin Packet" boat christening (1 has split along fold); (1) "Golden Flo" publicity photo; (1) company photo featuring "Quintuplet Bread by Koester"; (1) reprinted article "A Little Story About a Big Bakery" reprinted from Skirmisher January 1939; large selection of unused bread wrappers:  Twin Bread, Dionne Quintuplets Bread (11 cents); wrapping paper; Koester's Large Sliced Bread wrappers, Koester's Honey Bread wrappers; all from 1930's-1940's; some tears and age wear, colors bright and vibrant, fits in 9 x 12 folder, VG  Est.60-80

363  PORT OF BALTIMORE LICENSE PLATE - Pressed metal, painted; some paint loss on edges, spotty and crazed, 13" x 6", G-VG  Est.25-50

364  ORIOLES BASEBALL AM/FM HEADPHONE RADIO - WBAL AM 1090, new in box; box has minor edge roughness, box 5 1/2" long, VG-EX  Est.15-30

365  B&O RAILROAD EPHEMERA (3) - (1) "Concerning the Blue China - B&O RR Co." dining car department booklet; (1) B&O RR relief dept. certificate of membership in relief feature, effective March 15, 1889, (rough); (1) B&O Magazine October 1927 Milestones (at the Fair of the Iron Horse - Balto Sept 24 to Oct 8) artist Herbert Stitt; overall minor wear; longest 11", F-VG  Est.25-50

366  VINTAGE 1920'S MARYLAND POSTCARDS (74) - Each different narrative on back by Sadie Farquhar and she notes that many are hard to find, includes:  (7) Inner Harbor and Bay Steamers, (3) Baltimore Stadium and Pimlico Racetrack, (1) Lexington Market, (11) schools and colleges:  Goucher, MICA, Hopkins, etc., (10) train stations and government buildings, (4) hospitals:  Mercy, Union Memorial, Johns Hopkins, etc., (6) street scapes, (17) parks and monuments:  Washington Monument, Pagoda, Shot Tower, etc., (11) buildings, hotels, theaters, (4) churches, Loch Raven dam; very minor edge wear and toning, 5 1/2" x 3 1/2", G-VG  Est.50-100

367  ORDER OF THE ORIOLE PAGENT EPHEMERA, ETC. 1880'S - Includes:  (1) colorful diecut roundel for the September 13, 1883 pagent, (1) section detached but present; (1) colorful litho folded diecut featuring classical figures and animals, Roman numerals spell out 1880; reverse "Pro Bono Publico"; missing (1) corner; (1) fold-out color litho advertisment for the Oriole Pagent of 1882; (1) newsprint program for the Official Oriole Pagent, 1881; overall wear and tears to edges, mostly intact; (1) Academy of Music reception Order of the Oriole, September 13th 1883 with possibly original envelope; overall VG  Est.50-100

368  BALTIMORE CITY COLLEGE YEAR BOOK 1914 - Covers missing and first 18 pages are lost; retains all of the portraits of the graduating young men; includes many advertisements, etc. overall P  Est.10-20

369  LARGE LOT KOESTERS BREAD ADVERTISING AND EPHEMERA - Large lot of newsprint clippings, chronicling their advertising campaigns in the 1950's and 60's, many featuring the Dionne Quintuplets; lot also includes correspondance between Koesters' office and the Baker's Research Bureau (with Dionne Quints letterhead); lot also includes "analysis" of the Cerobrex bread, etc.; age toning and light tears, overall G-VG  Est.40-60

370  ORDER OF THE ORIOLE PAGENT BROCHURE 1883 & TRADE CARDS - (1) Official Programme of the Order of the Oriole "Summer Nights Carnival", dated Sept. 11 through 13, 1883; missing front cover, otherwise appears complete, great color litho illustrations of tableau floats, ads, etc.; A. Hoen lithography; together with three "Baltimore Oyster" trade cards:  Union Oyster, Star Brand, and Platt & Co. (all three not actually from Baltimore!); (1) Fred Roeseke trade card - Liquors, Wines, Groceries and Provisions 14 S. High Street, Baltimore; trade cards have age wear, fading, some scuffing/loss to Roeseke card; program has some wear to page edges and rear cover; overall G-VG  Est.40-60

371  BALTIMORE PHOTOGRAPHIC EARLY STREET SCENES (5) - Framed black and white; normal wear; frames have scratches; 19 1/2" x 15 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50

372  CHESAPEAKE STEAMSHIP COMPANY PRINT - Baltimore Old Point Comfort, Norfolk and Richmond; slightly toned; image 15 1/2" x 22 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50

373  EARLY CITY MAP OF BALTIMORE 1855 - Framed, plate no 23; toned; image 14 1/2" x 17 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50

374  BALTIMORE SUN EPHEMERA (2) - (1) Sun Quick Step dedicated to the readers of the Baltimore Sun by Albert Holland; (1) Baltimore Weekly Sun One Dollar a Year ad page; both framed; toned, spots, tears and creases; largest image 24" x 18 1/2", F-G  Est.15-30

375  BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY 1908 CLASS PHOTO - Ilgenfritz photography; board has edge tears; one very small tear on edge under faculty names; toned; L-30", G-VG  Est.20-40

376  BALTIMORE ORIOLES COLLECTIBLES (9) - (5) Porcelain mugs:  World Champ, World Series, American League Pennant 1979; American Leage Champs; 1983 East Division Champs; (1) 1991 Hit & Run Club Memorial Stadium "A Farewell Toast" glass; (1) 1983 World Champs plastic "Busch" promotional cup; (1) Camden Yards Replica (resin); (1) 1983 Mini Advertising Pennant (felt); overall excellent condition; pennant has a few spots; longest 10", G-VG  Est.15-30

377  ASSORTED BALTIMORE, ETC. SPORTS COLLECTIBLES (6) - Includes:  (1) Ken Singleton poster, (2) St. Louis Browns vintage magnets, (1) 1999 Ravens Training Camp signed baseball hat, (hat has been worn) (1) unopened 16 oz can of Natty Boh beer - 20th Anniversary of Orioles at Camden Yards; (1) unopened bottle of Coca-Cola - 1983 World Series Champions edition; sizes vary;   Est.25-45

377A  ASSORTED BALTIMORE SPORTS FIGURES / BOBBLE  HEADS - (2) Baltimore Oriole bobble heads in original boxes; (1) Buck Showalter "Garden Gnome" with original box; (1) "Vintage Girl" bobble head in original box; (1) Adam Jones bobble head in original box; MIB  Est.20-40

378  BALTIMORE BOOKS - SUBURBAN CLUB & ROLAND PARK - (1) "Crowning the Gravelly Hill - A History of the Roland Park - Guilford, Homeland district", hardbound, 1987 by James F. Waesche; (1) "The Suburban Club of Baltimore County History 1900-1995", minor toning, very light wear; longest 11", VG-EX  Est.15-30

379  ST. MARY'S SEMINARY OF ST. SULPICE BALTIMORE BOOK 1791-1891 - Published in Baltimore by John Murphy & Co. 1891, many pictures; (1) page has edge tears and has been taped into place; cover has edge and corner wear; mild stains; pages toned; binding weakening; L-10", G  Est.10-20

380  BALTIMORE & MARYLAND BOOKS (10) - Includes:  (1) "The Battle for Baltimore 1814", Joh A Whitehorne, hardbound with book jacket; (1) "Maryland Wits and Baltimore Bards" Frank Shivers Jr., hardbound with book jacket; (1) "The Perilous Fight" by Neil H. Swanson, signed by author, book #1484, hardbound with book jacket, copyright 1945; (1) "The Amiable Baltimoreans" Francis F. Beirne, signed by author, first edition 1951; (1) "National Star Spangled Banner Centennial Official Programme and Story of Baltimore 1914" dedicated with writing on first three pagesw, hardbound, edge wear, cover scrfatches, fold-out pictures and map, has some tape reinforcement; (1) "The Philadelphia - Baltimore Trade Rivalry 1947", hardbound, withdrawn library book; (1) "Baltimore on the Chesapeake" Hamilton Owens, first edition, hardbound with book jacket; (1) "The Twilight's Last Gleaming - Britain vs. America 1812-1815" Kate Caffrey, first edition, writing on frontispage, hardbound with book jacket; (1) "A Venerable Assembly - The History of Venable Baetjer and Howard 1900-1991", Arthur W. Machen Jr., hardbound with book jacket, writing on frontispage, (1) "The Story of Alex Brown & Sons 1800-1975", Limited Edition #638, Frank R Kent, minor spotting inside; some toning, spots and wear overall, longest 11", G-VG  Est.50-100

381  (5) BALTIMORE PRINTS, FRAMED - Includes:  (1) image of "Washington's Monument, Baltimore About 1848", color print; framed 8" x 10", (4) identically framed David Neil Michael prints of Baltimore landmarks, each pencil signed and numbered, includes:  Johns Hopkins 10/100, Fort McHenry and Harbor 50/100, Flag House Baltimore 10/100, and unidentified wharf scene 51/100; framed size 11 1/4"x 14 1/8",   Est.20-40

382  NEEDWOOD FOREST MARYLAND FAMILY RECORD BOOK - Compiled by Mary Digges Lee Randol 1943, page 11 has a photo of Aunt Julie, former slave who served on the estate; book was hand typed on typewriter with glued photographs, miost photographs have come un-glued but are present; pages toned, cover faded with minor damage; L-9 1/2", G+  Est.25-50

383  THE GREEN SPRING VALLEY BOOK - "The Green Spring Valley Book - Its History and Heritage" by Dawn F. Thomas, Volume One, 1978, "A History and Historic Houses" retains original book jacket, Maryland Historical Society; pages slightly toned; very minor edge damage on jacket; L-11 1/4", VG-EX  Est.25-50

384  ELLICOTT CITY VOLUNTEER FIREMAN'S ASSOCIATION INC. BOOK - 100th Anniversary 1888-1988; overall very clean; cover has a small scuff; pages lightly toned; L-11 1/4", VG-EX  Est.20-40

385  ROLAND PARK BOOKS (2) - (1) "Crowning the Gravelly Hill - A History of the Roland Park - Guilford, Homeland district", hardbound, 1987 by James F. Waesche; (1) "In Celebration of Roland Park 1891-1911 Selections from the Files of the Roland Park Roads and Maintenance Corp" printed courtesy of Maryland National Bank, soft bound; both very clean; minor toning and wear; L-11", VG-EX  Est.15-30

386  A. AUBREY BODINE BOOKS (2) - Hardbound, (1) The Face of Maryland, no jacket, 1961, signed and dated by author on front flyleaf page, (1) The Face of Maryland with bookjacket, third edition 1970, writing on flyleaf page; minor edge wear and toning overall; L-12 1/4", G-VG  Est.20-40

387  JOETTA M. CRAMM HOWARD COUNTY BOOK - Limited edition 126/2000 author signed bookplate inside; retains its original bookjacket; clean; L-11 1/4", VG-EX  Est.20-40

388  BALTIMORE BOOKS (4) - (1) "Baltimore in the Nation 1789-1861" by Gary Lawson Browne, hardbound with book jacket; (1) "Baltimore Transitions - View of an American City in Flux" by Mark B. Miller, hardbound; (1) "Historic Photos of Baltimore" by Mark Walston, hardbound with book jacket; (1) "The Baltimore Book - New Views of Local History" soft cover, edited by Elizabeth Fee, Linda Shopes and Linda Zeidman; longest 11 1/4", very minor wear overall VG  Est.25-50

389  (3) BALTIMORE THEME HARDCOVER BOOKS - (1) "Baltimore…a Picture History 1858-1968", published by Bodine &  Associates, Inc./Baltimore, Maryland; first printing; 1968; hardcover with dustjacket; commentary by Francis F. Beirne; [185 pages], minor tears to dustjacket; pages lightly toned; (1) Rukert, Norman G., "Historic Canton, Baltimore's Industrial Heartland...and it's People", [101 pages]; hardcover with dustjacket; minor wear and tears to dustjacket; (1) "Baltimore…a Picture History 1858-1958", published by Hasting House Publishers, New York; author signed on inside flyleaf; first printing; 1958; hardcover with dustjacket; commentary by Francis F. Beirne; [153 pages], pages toned, front dust jacket flap torn off but present; multiple tears and wear to dust jacket; overall F-VG  Est.20-40

390  MARYLAND SONS OF THE REVOLUTION BOOK 1896 - "Year Book of the Society of the Sons of the Revolution, in the State of Maryland; Baltimore, 1896; John Murphy & Co. printers; [80 pages]; hardcover; lists members of the society and their revolutionary era ancestors; color flag and crest with black and white engraving portraits; water damage has warped cover and several pages show interior stains; deckled edges; cover is faded and heavily worn; binding is tight; L-10"  Est.20-40

391  EARLE, CHESAPEAKE BAY COUNTRY BOOK - Earle, Swepson, "Chesapeake Bay Country", Thomsen-Ellis Company, Baltimore MD 1923; color map; photo illustrations; [512 pages]; hardcover with dustjacket; some discoloration from dustjacket, very minor edge tears to dustjacket; foxing to foredge; H-10 1/4", overall VG  Est.20-40

392  EASTERN SHORE & C&O CANAL BOOKS (6) - (1) "Chesapeake Bay" by M. V. Brewington, with bookjacket; (1) "Tidewater Architecture and Gardens" by henry Chandlee Forman, with bookjacket; (1) "Dorchester County - A Pictorial History"; (1) "Rediscovery of the Eastern Shore:  Delmarva Travelogues of the 1870's", soft cover; (1) "STeamboat on the Chesapeake" by David C. Holly, with dustjacket; (1) "The C&O Canal Boatmen 1892-1924" by Thomas F. Hahn, softcover; two dustjackets have edge tears; several have bookplates; normal wear; L-11 1/4", G-VG  Est.20-40

393  BALTIMORE BOOKS (7) - (4) hardbound with dust jackets:  (1) "Maryland - Photography" by Steve Uzzell and text by Carl Bode; (1) "Football in Maryland - History and Memorabilia" by Ted Patterson; (1) "Towson - A Pictorial History of a Maryland Town" by H. George Han and Carl Behm III; (1) "Baltimore - When She Was What She Used to Be - A Pictorial History 1850 -1930" by Marion E. Warren and Mame Warren; (3) softbound:  (1) "The Port - Pride of Baltimore - an Illustrated History by Norman G. Rukert"; (1) "Federal Hill - A Baltimore National Historic District" by Norman G. Rukert; (1) "One if by Land Two if by Sea - The Real Story of Paul Revere" Masonic Service Assoc. 1956; normal wear; minor creases and edge tears; longest 13 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40

394  1979 BALTIMORE ORIOLES EPHEMERA - World Series Orioles vs. Pirates souvenir envelopes from the U.S. Postal Service; folder opens up to a seven day schedule and seven envelopes with postage complete; minor cover creases and minor stains on schedule page; 6 3/4" x 5 1/4", G-VG  Est.25-50

395  EARLY BALTIMORE BOOKS -POLICE DEPT, ETC. (2) - (1) History of Baltimore Police Department 1774-1907; compiled and published by permission of the Board of Police Commissioners; rough, binding off, pages tattered and some not attached; (1) The Sunpapers of Baltimore, 1st edition by Gerald W. Johnson, Frank R. Kent, H. L. Mencken & Hamilton Owens, cover wear and pages toned; largest 12 1/2" x 9 1/2", F-G  Est.20-40

396  BALTIMORE COLTS, ETC. BOOKS (6) - Hardbound with book jackets; (1) "The Best There Ever Was - Johnny Unitas", Roland Lazenby, Commemorative Collector's Edition; (1) "When the Colts Belonged to Baltimore - A Father and a Son, A Team and A Time" by William Gildea; (1) "Pro Quarterback: My Own Story" by Johnny Unitas and Ed Fitzgerald (minor tears); (1) "Johnny U - The Life and Times of John Unitas" by Tom Callahan; (1) "A Civil War Army vs. Navy" by John Feinstein; (1) "Competitive Leadership - Twelve Principles for Success" Brian Billick with James A. Peterson PHD; longest 11 1/4", G-VG  Est.20-40

397  BALTIMORE ORIOLES & BASEBALL BOOKS (8) - (4) hardbound with book jackets: "The Boys of Summer" by Roger Kahn; "Memories of Summer" by Roger Kahn; "Rex Barney's Orioles Memories 1969-1994" with Norman L. Macht; "Baltimore Orioles - Where Have You Gone?" by Jeff Seidel; (4) soft cover books:  "Brooks - The Biography of Brooks Robinson" by Doug Wilson: "Birds on the Wing - The Story of the Baltimore Orioles" by Gordon Beard, (some wear); "The Book of Baltimore Orioles Lists" by David Pugh and Linda Geeson; "9 Innings - The Anatomy of a Baseball Game" by Daniel O Krent; most very clean; longest 9 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40

398  (11) BALTIMORE & MARYLAND THEME PAPERBACK BOOKS - Includes:  (1) Sandler, Gilbert; "Glimpses of Jewish Baltimore"; (1) Souvenir Booklet of Maryland Eastern Shore "Discover Why It's Called…"; (1) Steadman, John "Days in the Sun"; (1) Fenimore, Bill, "Backyard Birds of Maryland"; "A Guide to the Baltimore Streetcar Museum"; Cucchiella, S., "Baltimore Deco"; Jones, Carleton, "Streetwise Baltimore the Stories Behind Baltimore Street Names"; Wise, Marsha Wight; "Images of America - Ellicott City"; Terrill, Kelly Dale; "Images of America - Reservoir Hill"; The Howard County Historical Society, "Images of America - Howard County"; Armstrong, William, "Images of America Baltimore in World War II"; all have very little wear, longest L-10", VG  Est.20-40

399  (6) MARYLAND BALTIMORE &  MARYLAND BOOKS -  includes:  Obrien and Schenck, "Maryland's Historic Restaurants and their Recipies"; hardcover with dust jacket; Van Riper, "Faces of the Eastern Shore", softcover; Cramm, "A Pictorial History of Howard County", hardcover with dustjacket; (2) Miller, Roger "Maryland a Portrait", 1-copy autographed 1996; 1-copy 1998, both hardcover with dustjackets; Jones, Carleton; "Maryland A Picture History 1632-1976", hardcover with dustjacket; longest 11 1/2", VG+  Est.20-40

400  (5) BALTIMORE BOOKS - includes:  "The Early Eighties, Sidelights on the Baltimore of Forty Years Ago", Mercantile Trust and Deposit Co., hardcover with dustjacket, dated 1924, [24 pages]; dustjacket has tears and losses; Rich, Netherwood and Cahn, "Neighborhood:  A State of Mind", softcover; Miller, Mark B., "Baltimroe Transitions Views of an American City in Flux", hardcover; (2) Mitchell, IV, Alexander D., "Baltimore Then and Now", hardcover with dustjackets; ongest L-G-VG+  Est.20-40

401  BALTIMORE ORIOLES & SPORTS BOOKS (10) - Includes:  Mazer "The Answer Book of Sports"; Conlon, "Baseball's Golden Age", hardcover with dustjacket, sealed; Patterson, "The Baltimore Orioles Forty Years of Magic from 33rd Street to Camden Yards", hardcover; "Cooperstown Hall of Fame Players", hardcover with dustjacket; "Players of Cooperstown - Baseballs Hall of Fame"; hardcover with dust jacket; Bready, "Baseball in Baltimore"; hardcover with dustjacket; "The Baltimore Orioles Official Farewell Commemorative 1981 Cal Ripken Jr. 2001", softcover; "Cal  Trbute to an American Hero", softcover; (2) copies "Ripken" Cal on Cal, 1-has torn dustjacket; overall VG-EX  Est.30-50

402  SPORT BOOKS (6) - Includes:  (3) hardbound with jackets; "Next Man Up" by John Feinstein; "A March to Madness" by John Feinstein; "The Art of Winning an Unfair Game" by Michael Lewis; (2) hardbound without jackets "Blockade Billy" by Stephen King; "The Bathroom Sports Quiz Book"; (1) soft cover "Walter Johnson Baseball's Big Train" by Henry W. Thomas; clean; L-9 1/2", VG-EX  Est.15-30

403  BALTIMORE BOOKS (11) - Incudes:  (5) hardbound with book jackets:  (1) "Historic Photos of Baltimore", text and captions by Mark Walston; (1)"The Baltimore Orioles - 40 Years of Magic from 33rd Street to Camden Yards" by Ted Patterson; (1) "A Century in the Sun - Maryland Photos"; (1) "Baltiimore" photographs by Middleton Evans; (1) "An Illustrated HIstory of Baltimore" by Suzanne Ellery Greene (jacket has tears); (2) Hardbound without jacket:  (1) "Queen Anne's County Maryland" by Frederic Emory; (1) "Mount Vernon Place" by John Dorsey; (4) Paperback books:  (1) "Notes on Hampton Mansion" by Charles E. Peterson; (1) "Lost Baltimore Landmarks - Portfolio of Vanished Buildings" by Carleton Jones; (1) "Baltimore When She Was and What She Used to Be - Pictorial History 1850-1930" by Marion E. Warren and Mame Warren; (1) "The Baltimore Book - New Views of Local History" Edtited by Elizabeth Fee, Linda Shopes and Linda Zeidman; some very minor edge wear; longest 13 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40

404  (2) ASIAN THEME  BOOKS: JAPANESE ART & FAR EAST - (1) Hartmann, Sadakichi, "Japanese Art", Boston, L. C. Page & Company, 1904; illustrated; hardcover, with pictorial cover, endpages to title page loose but present, corner loss on end page; inscriptons on front pastedown, [288 pages]; corners bumped, edge wear, foxing and age toning, appears complete; (1) Norman, Henry; "The Peoples and Politics of the Far East - Travels and Studies in the British, French, Spanish and Portuguese Colonies, Serbia, China, Japan, Korea, Siam and Malaya"; New York, Charles Scribner & Sons, 1895; illustrated; off-white cloth covered boards, [608 pages]; hinge split in front; spine heavily age toned, cover boards soiled and discolored; book appears complete; fold-out maps intact; corners bumped and heavily worn with splits and losses to cloth;   Est.40-60

405  (2) THE AGE OF FABLE AND LAST DAYS OF POMPEII - (1) Bulfinch, Thomas; "The Age of Fable or Beauties of Mythology", Tudor Publishing Company, New York; 1935; illustrated; [456 pages]; red cloth covered boards, split in spine at page 218; age appropriate wear overall; (1) Bulwer-Lytton, Edward; "The Last Days of Pompeii"; Chicago and New York; Belford, Clarke & Co.; 1888; Caxton Edition; brown cloth-covered boards; very tightly bound; complete in one volume; [394 pages]; age toning to pages, and very minor age appropriate wear;   Est.25-45

406  (4) BOOKS -DRUGGIST  FORMULAS and STEAM ENGINE RELATED - (1) Hawkins, N.; "Hawkins' Indicator Catechism - A Practical Treatise for the use of erecting and operating engineers, superintendents, students of steam engineering, etc."; Theo Audel & Co. Publishers, New York, 1898; illustrated and featuring many diagrams; [155 pages] rear of book features sale information for additional books in the series; red cloth boards, front hinge loose but still attached; balance of binding very tight; gilded edges; corners bumped; (1) "The Druggists Circular Formula Book", New York, the Druggists Circular, 1915; illustrated; [242 pages]; cloth covered boards heavily worn, excessive corner wear and losses; split to cloth along backstrip; heavy soiling on pages, cover and along foredge; (1) "The Dispenser's Formulary - Comprising Proved and Tested Formulas and Recipes for Every Department of the Soda Fountain and Food Service, Compiled Especially for Fountain Owners and Managers", 1930 Edition, edited and revised by John Russell Ward; published by Federated Business Publications Incorporated, New York; [220 pages]; pages 81 through 84 detached but present; significant age toning to front fly leaf and pastedown; age wear along spine and corners; stamped The Piper Company 23 S. Hanover Street Baltimore MD; (1) "American Druggist Formula Compendium", published by the American Druggist New York NY, 1934; [128 pages]; pages toned; soiling and wear to spine; cover corners have losses to cloth covers; edge wear, stains to rear covers, etc.;   Est.40-60

407  (2) BOOKS-AFRICAN LORE & AFRICAN TRIBAL STUDIES - (1) Stoney, Samuel Gaillard and Gertrude Mathews Shelby; "Black Genesis A Chronicle", The Macmillan Company, New York, 1930; cloth covered boards, patterned paste down and fly leaf; written in "Gullah" dialect; series of folk tales; [192 pages]; some illustrations; fading to cloth covered spine; corners bumped; pages age toned; pencil inscription on endsheet; edge wear; (1) Seabrook, William B.; "Jungle Ways", Blue Ribbon Books, Inc.; New York City, 1931; includes photographs of the various West African tribes the author encounters, including:  Yafouba tribes, Guere Cannibals, Mossi Tribes and Habbe cliff dwellers; [308 pages]; blue cloth covered boards show wear, spine discolored with wear along edges; pages age toned;   Est.40-60

408  GORHAM SILVER - CARPENTER - Carpenter, Jr., Charles H.; "Gorham Silver 1831-1981", Dodd Mead & Company, New York, 1982; likely first edition; hardcover with dustjacket; [332 pages]; several pages have been "tabbed"; illustrated; tear in dustjacket along spine 2"; ex-library book; G-G+  Est.15-25

409  (2) JUDAIC THEME BOOKS: MANUSCRIPTS & HAGADAH - (1) Raskin, Saul; "Hagadah For Passover"; printed by the Academy Photo Offset, Inc., New York, copyright 1941 by Saul Rasking New York; in Hebrew and English; retains dustjacket (many tears and heavy wear); many illustrations; [92 pages]; (1) Narkiss, Bezalel; "Hebrew Illuminated Manuscripts", Encyclopedia Judaica , Jerusalem; Leon Amiel Publisher, New York; second printing 1974; retains dustjacket; numerous color plates, [175 pages]; largest 15", G-VG  Est.25-35

410  THE HISTORY OF BOOKBINDING - BMA - "The History of Bookbinding 525-1950 AD - An Exhibition Held at the Baltimore Museum of art November 12, 1957 to January 12, 1958"; organized by the Walters Art Gallery and presented in cooperation with the Baltimore Museum of Art; published by the Trustees of the Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland  1957; first edtion, soft cover; many black and white plates in rear of book; [275 pages]; some edge wear, bumps to corners, overall G-G+  Est.20-30

411  RAN - AKIRA KUROSAWA - Kurosawa, Akira; "Ran"; screenplay  by Akira Kurosawa, Hideo Oguni, Ide Masato; illustrations by Akira Kurosawa; Shambhala Boston and London 1986; soft cover; many color illustraions; some pages dog-eared and corners bent; binding separating from front cover; overall G+  Est.20-30

412  (3) ART TITLES:  SANDER, ARTIST IN SPAIN, DIARY OF CENTURY - (1) Michael, A. C.; "An Artist in Spain", hardcover with red cloth boards; tipped in color illustrations; Hodder and Stoughton; [205 pages]; appears to be first edition from 1920's; page toning, binding is sound; (1) Sander, August; "Landschaften", Schirmer / Mosel, Munchen, Paris, London; 1999, likely first edition; [238 pages]; many black and white plates; retains dust jacket; printed in German; some wear to bottom edge of cover board, otherwise very clean; (1) Lartigue, Jacques Henri; "Diary of a Century"; Viking Press, New York; 1970; edited by Richard Avedon, designed by Bea Feitler; soft cover; light foxing to end sheets; otherwise tightly  some wear to front cover at creases, edges, andn corners; filled with bewitching black and white images that span a century; overall G-VG  Est.30-50

413  WINGATE PAINE - MIRROR OF VENUS - Paine, Wingate; "Mirror of Venus"; The Ridge Press, New York; sixth edition 1972; hardcover with dustjacket; erotic photography book; wome tears, tape repairs, and wear to dustjacket; overall G-VG  Est.20-30

414  (4) CHILDREN'S BOOKS:  EGYPT, JAPAN, HOPI & MEXICO THEMES - (1) "El Lector Mexicano - Segundo Libro de Lectura", escrito por el Profesor Andres Oscoy Libberia de la vna de C. Bouret; 1905; hard cover; [221 pages]; pages significantly stained and toned; binding separation at front cover; pictorial front cover; P-F; (1) Little, Frances; "Little Sister Snow"; The Century Co., New York; 1909; hard cover; color illus. by Genjiro Kataoka; [141 pages]; pages toned with age wear to cover; G+; (1) Kennard, Edward A.; "Little Hopi Hopihoya", Hopi text by Albert Yava; illus. by Charles Loloma; United States Indian Service; soft cover; [201 pages]; cover separated from binding; numerous tape repairs to cover; well-read; possibly circa 1948; F; (1) Howard, Alice Woodbury; "Sokar and the Crocodile - A Fairy Story of Egypt"; illustrated by Coleman Kubinyi; The Macmillan Company, New York, 1928; hard cover; [pages 58, not including postscript]; pages toned, age appropriate wear to cover; overall G+  Est.30-40

415  (4) CHILDREN'S BOOKS HARDCOVER - (1) Gale, Leah, "Nursery Songs", Illus. Corinne Malvern; Simon & Schuster, New York, tenth printing, 1942; Little Golden Book; hard cover; retains dustjacket; "This book belongs to" is filled in; page toning; lightly read; very minor wear to dustjacket (for age); (1) Porter, Bertha Currier; "Wonder-Oak"; illus. by May Aiken; New York:  Eaton & Mains; 1943; pictorial cover; [143 pages]; edge and corner wear to cover boards; toning to pages, overall G; (1) Kipling, Rudyard; "Kipling's Stories for Boys"; illus. by Howard Hastings; published by Cupples & Leon Company New York; 1931; hardcover; [499 pages]; cloth covered boards with fairly heavy corner wear; inscription on fly leaf; page toning; overall G; (1) Teasdale, Sara; "Rainbow Gold - Poems Old and New Selected for Boys and Girls", illus. by Dugald Walker; hardcover; missing flyleaf and title pages, (starts with dedication page); [207 pages]; blue cloth covered boards with gold illustration/lettering; corners bumped and age wear; G+   Est.20-30

416  (3) EARLY BOOKS: KAISER JOSEF, ESSAIS, LIVES OF QUEENS - (1) von Bernau, Klemens; "Kaiser Josef und die Gruber Leni - Historischer Roman in zwei Bänden", Wien, 1910; pages heavily toned; possibly re-bound using painted boards; cover shows edge wear and surface loss; G;  (1) Desprez, Guillaume; "Essais de Morale, Contenus en Divers Traites fur plufieurs devoirs importans", Second Volume (only); 1733; leather bound with marbled end papers; cracks and losses where cover meets spine; [375 pages]; age wear and toning overall, G; (1) Strickland, Agnes; "Lives of the Queens of England from the Norman Conquest"; in six volumes, Volume V; (only); London, George Bell & Sons; 1875; three quarter leather binding with marbled boards and end paper and pastedowns; marbled fore-edge; leather shows wear and scuffing, tightly bound with light wear and toning, VG  Est.25-35

417  (2) VOLTAIRE BOOKS: ZADIG and CANDIDE - (1) Voltaire, Jean Francois Marie; "La Raison Suffisante Candide"; illus. Rockwell Kent; Halcyon House New York, 1937; red cloth covered boards with gold lettering, [111 pages]; some fading to spine; "this book belongs to" is stamped on front paste-down; very light wear overall, VG; (1) Voltaire; "Zadig and other Romances by Voltaire"; translated by H. I. Woolf and Wilfrid S. Jackson; illus. Henry Keen; London: John Lane the Bodley Head Limited; New York: Dodd, Mead and Company; 1929; black cloth covered boards with pictorial cover; paste down and end pages feature satyrs and nymphs on plinths; minor split where pastedown meets spine; some corner and edge wear to cover;  [316 pages]; VG  Est.20-30

418  (2) LITERATURE BOOKS: HAWTHORNE & TENNYSON - (1) Hawthorne, Nathaniel; "Mosses from an Old Manse"; The Henneberry Company, Chicago; no date; [374 pages]; brown cloth covered boards; covers pulling away from binding but still intact; age toning; staining (someone pressed rose petals at page 290); overall G+; (1) Tennyson, Alfred; "The Poetical Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson (poet laureate)"; complete edition; Troy NY Nims and Knight; 1885; first several pages are loose, including frontispiece portrait; floral pictorial front cover board; G  Est.20-30

419  (2) GEOGRAPHIC HISTORY BOOKS - THE BRONX & UNIONTOWN PA - (1) Cook, Harry T.; "The Borough of the Bronx 1639-1913 Its Marvelous Development and Historical Surroundings", published by Harry T. Cook, 1913; [198 pages]; covers rough, no longer attached, spine losses, ink lettering on title page; P; (1) Hadden, James; "A History of Uniontown the County Seat of Fayette County Pennsylvania", 1913; [824 pages]; binding split; front cover loose, corner bumps and moderate edge wear, F-G  Est.20-30

420  (2) RELIGIOUS TEXTS: HYMNS & POLYGLOTT BIBLE - (1) Softcover "Gospel Hymns Nos. 1 to 6, 739 Hymns, Sankey McGranahan and Steebing (?); cover nearly impossible to read due to age wear; pages missing front and rear; excessively worn due to age; (1) "The English Version of the  Polyglott Bible containing Old and New Testaments" Philadelphia, Desliver Thomas and Co 1835; leatherbound; age wear and toning; covers show edge wear, but tightly bound; L-4", P-G+  Est.25-45

421  SIX BY SEUSS BOOK - "Six by Seuss - A Treasury of Dr. Seuss Classics", hardbound with book jacket; minor wear; L-11 1/4", G-VG  Est.15-30

422  EARLY SHIP'S BINNACLE COMPASS with LANTERN - Paintbed metal with copper top, handle and rivets, brass banding; beveled glass enclosure houses ships' compasss mounted on gimbal, side compartment opens to reveal copper oil lantern with mirror attached to door, rear mounting hook; no discernable maker's name;  age appropriate wear, some light dents to top, some minor paint wear, paint LIKELY not original, entire case is likely copper; 10" tall, 6 1/2" x 6 1/2", VG  Est.100-200

423  BEATLES BALLPOINT PEN - Circa 1964, faces on clip, small dent in side (see picture), needs new ink insert, VG  Est.40-60

424  BUDWEISER ADVERTISING CRATE - Budweiser Anheuser-Busch Inc. crate, St. Louis MO, wood with hinged lid; minor scuffs and scratches, 17 3/4" x 11 1/2" x 12 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50

425  NY YANKEES WORLD CHAMPIONS 1961 PENNANT - Framed; felt and printed cloth with team photo attached; stains, pin holes; tip has tear; photo image is creased and stained; pennant 30" long; framed size 19 1/4" x 36", F-G  Est.100-200

426  OVERSIZED TOP - Plastic; scuffs and tip wear; H-27", G-VG  Est.50-100

427  PAIR MONK ANDIRONS - Iron, rusted; H-25", F-G  Est.50-100

428  PAIR GEORGE WASHINGTON ANDIRONS - painted iron; normal wear; H-20", G-VG  Est.50-100

429  PAIR STYLIZED SUNFLOWER ANDIRONS - Iron; age wear and light oxidation, H-27", G-VG  Est.75-125

430  CONTEMPORARY TOTEM POLE - Carved and painted wood; G-VG  Est.75-125

431  ADIRONDACK STYLE CHILD'S ROCKER - Bent wood; age appropriate wear; H-29", G-VG  Est.50-100

432  FOLK ART UNCLE SAM PENNSYLVANIA SIGN - Painted wood; minor chips and abrasions, L-35", G-VG  Est.30-60

433  COCA-COLA PRESCRIPTION ADVERTISING SIGN - Painted wood, Coca-Cola sticker/decal on top; scratches and paint loss; L-75", F-G  Est.50-100

434  OVERSIZED CHILD'S BLOCKS (2) - Painted wood; scratches, scuffs; largest 20" x 20" x 20", G-VG  Est.40-60

435  CHILD'S / MINIATURE SADDLE  - With stand and pouch; leather with wood stand; normal wear;   Est.25-50

436  ANTIQUE SCROLL SAW No 387 - Iron and wood; Miller Falls Mass., as is, H-39", F-G  Est.25-50

437  PRIMITIVE STOOL - Rough cut wood; normal wear;   Est.20-40

438  CARVED WOOD NATIVE AMERICAN WALL SCULPTURE - Painted, normal wear; H-58", G-VG  Est.75-125

439  CARVED WOOD INDIAN PANELS (3) - Polychrome painted wood; (1) has corner broken off; 72" x 12", G-VG  Est.100-200

440  CARVED WOOD PANELS  - (1) European looking figures,  (1) Latin America street scene (panel glued and repaired), 72" x 12", G-VG  Est.50-100

441  GAIETY BAR SIGN - Painted wood, minor edge chips, H-34", W-33", G-VG  Est.300-500

442  CARVED WOOD SCULPTURE OF WOMAN - M. TROMAN - Stylized / abstract kneeling female form, solid block of wood, natural wood checking and splits, signed along bottom back, scuffs and wear, G-VG  Est.200-400

443  WOODEN LECTERN - Leather inset top, minor losses, H-38" (adjustable)  Est.30-60

444  ANTIQUE CHILD'S ROCKING HORSE / SHOO FLY  - Painted wood with upholstered seat; fabric very faded and discolored; heavy wear and paint loss; L-37 1/4", H-21 3/4", F  Est.20-40

445  METAL CROSS FORM LECTERN - Wrought metal stand with twist base, scroll and foliate decoration; lectern is cross shaped, overall vintage patina; heavy, H-51", 37 3/4" wide, VG  Est.50-100

446  TILE MOSAIC PLAQUE / TABLE TOP - Polychrome redware tile mosaic depicting urn of flowers and birds; three tiles have significant chips/losses; additional damage; 38 1/2" x 30"  Est.50-100

447  COUNTRY FOLDING SEWING TABLE - Legs collapse, four board top with measure along side, likely pine, age appropriate wear, H-25", L-36", F-G  Est.20-40

448  EARLY WOOD CRUTCHES - Pinned construction; age patina and wear; H-40 1/2", G-VG  Est.20-40

449  WOODEN TEETER TOTTER &  HOOP - Teeter totter - unpainted wood and metal construction; would benefit from a cleaning and sealing, L-93"; together with painted wood hoop; VG  Est.20-40

450  WOOD & METAL RICKSHAW/CART - Small, possibly child size; deteriorating wheel covering; leather straps broken, losses; 41" x 29" x 17", G  Est.20-40

451  EARLY POGO STICKS (2) - Wood and metal construction; we do not recommend trying it, spring isnt very springy; age appropriate wear; H-46", F-G  Est.20-40

452  LEADED WINDOW - Contemporary textured and beveled glass, 36 1/2" x 22", VG+  Est.25-50

453  FRATERNAL PEDESTAL - Triangular form; painted wood with applied embossed gesso ornaments, some gesso loss and damage, corner losses; FCB (Knights of Pythias) on side, H-32", Width 20 1/2", G+  Est.50-100

454  POST HOLE DIGGER - Wood and metal construction; lever action; ex-museum label, L-61", G  Est.25-50

455  BRASS STORE DISPLAY RACK - Round base with T-form rack; possibly elevates, currently 67 3/4" tall, 30" long, VG  Est.30-60

456  DOCTOR'S BALANCE SCALE - Continental Scale Works, 300lb capacity, painted metal; untested but should work; very minor chips/wear; H-58"  Est.40-60

457  PAINTED CHILDREN'S CHAIRS (2) - Wood, backs of chairs handpainted - (1) horse, (1) cow; some minor paint loss, H-34", VG  Est.20-40

458  OPEN LOT -   Est.-

459  JAPANESE BUCKLES (5) - 1957 (4) and 1958 (1); enameled metal; some very minor enamel chips, VG-EX  Est.40-60

460  SOAPSTONE CARVED ANIMALS (3) - (2) Dog busts, (1) bird; signed on bottom ACR 1971, minor scratches; H-12", G-VG  Est.25-50

461  (2) WOOD ANTIQUE BOXES - (1) carved with foliate panels, hinged lid:  one hinge missing screws, hole in top, lid has cracked border, no key, finish loss; (1) dovetailed box with key:  one hinge needs screws replaced, scratches, normal wear; longest 12", F-G  Est.40-80

462  ANTIQUE SEWING BOX & LAP DESK - (1) Sewing box:  inlaid mother of pearl, interior tray with compartments, keys included, top has slight warping, interior is a bit rough, bottom has crack; (1) lap desk:  top is very rough; no key; interior writing pad is rough, includes letters, etc. inside; longest 12", F-G  Est.25-50

463  TIN TYPES, CASED IMAGES & AMBROTYPE (9) - Includes:  (5) tin type images, four men in uniform and one lady; (2) cased images:  young boy tin type and color print of young girl; (2) large framed portraits - 1-appears to be tin with lady portrait; 1-ambrotype gentleman portrait; hinge broken on girl cased image, hinge weak on boy image; ambrotype is peeling on reverse and frame has losses; largest 12", G-VG  Est.40-60

464  COCA-COLA ADVERTISING and GARMAN ART PIECE - (1) light up Coca-Cola counter display, plexiglass or acrylic with grey plastic and black metal base; intaglio style lettering "Enjoy Coca-Cola", fluorescent light from below; works, some light scratches to plexiglass,  L-18 1/2", (1) sculpture of two men sitting on a park bench, signed Michael Garman 1977 on base and on side of seated figure; mixed media; one figure is loose from bench and has multiple breaks and abrasions; 15" x 11" x 8", G-VG  Est.100-200

465  OLIVER NO. 5 STANDARD VISIBLE TYPEWRITER BAT WING - "The Printype Oliver Typewriter", painted metal with gold decal lettering; heavy; interesting mechanism; keys appear to function properly, green paint has alligatoring in places, some light oxidation/pitting to unpainted metal areas; needs cleaning; no cover; 15" x 14" x 11 1/2", VG  Est.50-75

466  TONY SARG'S PLAY-A-TUNE BLOX - Colorful paper litho block set, each with a different pitch bell within; complete set of eight, retains original "Song Book"; original box is very rough with water damage, bug damage, edges split, etc.; blocks themselves have very little wear to edges; box 14" x 7 1/4" x 3 3/4", G-VG  Est.20-40

467  COUNTRY STORE BAG  HOLDER & RUG BEATERS (5) PCS. - Includes: (4) rug beaters, two curved reed (1) bent wood, (1) wire; (1) 1 UP Bag Holder, wood and wire construction, possibly missing original hanging bracket; age appropriate wear overall; longest L-39", G  Est.20-40

468  (6) 1969 WALT KELLY POGO COMIC CHARACTER FIGURES - Plastic, Made in Japan, each with swivel head and one (or more) movable shoulder; each signed Walt Kelly 1969; includes:  Beauregard Hound, Albert Alligator, Howland Owl, Porky Pine, Churchy La Femme, and Pogo Possum; tallest 5 1/4"needs cleaning but otherwise EX   Est.20-40

469  UNIQUE ART G.I. JOE and the K-9 PUPS - Litho tin windup, very minor litho loss and scuffing, possibly lightly faded; works; H-9", VG  Est.60-80

470  JAPANESE TIN MECHANICAL BANK - Wind-up tin litho bank; Kanto Japan; when coin is deposited, cat tilts head back, eyes move and mouth opens and shuts; mechanism needs work:  eyes get out of place in head and coin doesn’t always trip mechanism, but it wants to work; some litho wear and suffs; fading; H-8", overall G  Est.30-50

471  ANTIQUE HUMIDORS (2) - Wood, (1) glass lined, no key, wood is scratched and stained; (1) oak with metal linner, metal liner has oxidation, top of box has some stains and discoloration; longest 12", G-VG  Est.25-50

472  ANTIQUE SEWING BOXES (2) - Inlaid wood; both have interior fitted lidded compartments, no keys, both need restoration, however several parts and pieces are inside; L-14", F-G  Est.50-100

473  ICE BUCKETS (2)  - (1) Alpaca silver with relief image of Aztec calendar; (1) silverplated, monogrammed HJP, has dent on bottom rim; tallest 9 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50

474  MIGNON RHINESTONE STUDDED OPERA GLASSES - Retains original case and box, made in Japan, L-8", VG-EX  Est.25-50

475  ANTIQUE, ETC . METAL FRAMES (12+) - Assorted sizes:  (1) enameled with rhinestones, (3) frames do not have glass; normal wear; longest 7 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-50

476  PAYA REPRODUCTION TIN LITHO MECHANICAL TOYS (2)  - Original boxes, made in Spain; (1) Elefante Malabarista 1934, Ref 672; (1) Carrito Ramper 1934 - Ref 952; both have limited edition certificates; L-9 1/4", EX-NM  Est.25-50

477  ART POTTERY TILES (9) - Includes:  (1) relief fish, signed Karlsruhe, stamped with name and #8, crazed; (1) Italian stylized deer, signed on back Orvieto; (1) symmetrical floral design with easel backing; (6) Delft shield images: stamped on back Amersfoort, Noord-Brabant (rim chips) Friesland (rim chips), Rotterdam, Shertogenbosch (rim chips) and Gelderland; 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" largest, G-VG  Est.50-100

478  WORLD WAR II, ETC. MEDALS, BADGES & BUCKLE (25+) - Includes:  (2) good conduct, (1) 1941-1945 Freedom Medal; (15) patches; normal wear; assorted sizes; G-VG  Est.40-80

479  STILL LIFE FRUIT PAINTINGS (2) - Oil on board; (1) framed, apples, signed, W. Folg (?) 1963; 10 1/2" x 15 1/2" image size; (1) unframed, signed E. Kuhn 1962 13 1/2" x 19 1/2";  few very tiny chips, mainly along edges; G-VG  Est.25-50

480  LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS (2) - Oil on board; framed; (1) signed Esther, needs cleaning, 15 1/2" x 19 1/2"; (1) printed on back; painted by Maude Myers, 9" x 12"; G-VG  Est.25-50

481  (2) BATTERY OP TOYS: MOTHER GOOSE & SNIFFY PUPPY - (1) Tomy Sniffy the Nosey Puppy, plush covered dog with bone-shaped remote; plastic bone battery box has wear; not working, retains original box, box has tears, stains and fading, puncture in top; box L-9 1/2"; (1) Mother Goose , Y Japan, plush covered goose toy, clean battery box, not working; original display box; "mystery action"; box L-10 1/2", G-VG  Est.25-45

482  WALKING BEAR & LINEMAR BARKING DOG - (1) wind-up walking bear, fur covered, Made in Occupied Japan, retains original box and key, works, L-5 1/4"; (1) Linemar Barking Dog; battery operated, retains original box; plush covered dog, battery box is clean but wire is detached; box is bright and colorful with very little wear, box L-7 1/4", EX  Est.30-50

483  MARX STREAMLINE SPEEDWAY with ORIGINAL BOX - Litho tin two lane track with two wind-up cars; includes (2) overpass pieces, (2) pieces straight track and (12) pieces of curved track; assembles a figure eight; not sure if there are enough pins to put track together; retains key but it is broken; wind-up cars have litho loss on hood; litho loss, wear and fading to track; retains original box  with moderate wear, edge splits,punctures, etc.; instruction sheet has significant bug damage and losses; box 17" x 13";  G  Est.75-125

484  ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATION ART, TALCUM TINS (6) PCS. - (4) Pieces of original illustration art by George Wahaus, Maryland resident that produced artwork for Tindeco tins; (3) on heavy artist board featuring hand painted and airbrushed floral designs, each hand signed; together with smaller illustration of fish, unsigned; together with two vintage talcum tins (not produced by Mr. Wahaus); lot also includes a brief biography of the artist; original art has discoloration from adhesives, etc. in margins; edge wear, etc., small fish illustration has water damage along bottom edge; tins have age appropriate wear, scuffs, etc.; artwork 13 3/4" x 14 1/2", G-VG   Est.50-100

485  CENTURY OF PROGRESS 1933 WORLDS FAIR RUG - Souvenir from Chicago Worlds Fair 1933, rug with fringe is framed under glass; images of ships, airplanes, zeppelins, bridges and more; rug appears to be in unused condition; frame is heavily worn with significant abrasions and paint loss; frame size 28 1/2" x 50"; VG  Est.75-125

486  BI-PLANE MODEL AIRPLANE - Painted balsa wood with decal lettering, applied paper windshield; wheels are fatigued/misshapen; does not appear to be a flying model, area of paint loss/ minor crack in top of landing gear support; very minor scuffs and wear, wingspan L-33 1/2", VG-EX  Est.40-60

487  VINTAGE "WEDDING CAKE" PRISM CEILING FIXTURE - Bronze with (8) layers of prisms, 6 light fixture, missing roughly a dozen prisms, not tested, Dia.-16", total height approx. 16", VG  Est.100-200

488  ANTIQUE OCCUPATIONAL ADVERTISING SIGN - "Dr. J. A. Yoder Osteopathic Physician", reverse painted glass, framed in wood, metal and beveled glass frame; gold leaf flaking in several letters, frame border may be painted copper; some scrapes and paint losses to frame, 14" x 25 1/2", G-VG  Est.60-80

489  VINTAGE AIR BEAM ELECTRIC FAN - Air Beam model 10, black painted metal with chrome blades and cage, cord needs replacing, untested; light scuffing and paint wear, some oxidation and pitting to chrome, cage Dia.-12", G-VG  Est.50-75

490  ANTIQUE & VINTAGE ADVERTISING PCS. (3) - Includes:  Vintage Esso travel thermos, "Happy Motoring"; some light scuffs, pitting and wear, noticeably on top and edges, (1) The "Allen" Bath Apparatus, painted metal with shield shaped decal, with detached rubber hose; not sure if complete; (1) cardboard litho tacker "The Terriff Washer Makes Dirty Clothes Clean", "Sold by" label is still blank, edge wear and tack holes, Ducksback Dayton Ohio; longest L-23 1/2", G-VG  Est.40-60

491  ANTIQUE DISPLAY CASE - Oak countertop, inside notched for angled shelf; case needs repair; 15" x 15" x 9" deep, F  Est.30-60

492  ANTIQUE DICTIONARY STAND - Iron and wood; made by R. M. Lambie NY; patent 1883-1885; height and depth adjustable; normal wear; maximum height 43", G-VG  Est.100-200

493  VINTAGE GOLF COLLECTION (30+) PCS. - Includes:  (12) wood shaft golf clips, (15) vintage golf balls, (2) black and white photos, wooden display stand and golf bag; ball makers include:  Spalding, Wilson, Kro-flite, U.S. Nobby, Paramount Reach, Silver King, US 444, etc.; balls have varying degrees of wear; some of the club grips are coming unraveled; overall normal wear; tallest 42", G-VG  Est.100-200

494  MINNESOTA TWINS SIGNED BASEBALL - Probably 2004, signatures include:  Justin Morneau, Nick Punto, Jacque Jones, Grant Balfour, Juan Rincon, Tori Hunter, Rawlings Official Major League Baseball; some scuffs and wear; 3", G-VG  Est.25-50

495  ICE FISHING CASED OUTFIT - Box includes:  five reels with flag, four stands; case is wood with metal strapping, leather handle; theres in  a break in the wood case near one hinge; lock is broken, no key; reels are wood with hinged flags, two are reinforced with tape, nameplates attached to each reel, "Hobart Bennet P O Box 97 Granite Springs NY", L-24 1/4" F-G  Est.50-100

496  MEXICAN, ETC. POTTERY (3) - Includes:  (1) head still bank, Brooklyn Museum written on bottom; (1) round couple hugging, one hand has been repaired; (1) bird figure; tallest 8 1/4", G-VG  Est.25-50

497  (3) ORNATE SILVERPLATED PICTURE FRAMES - (1) floral edged frame, holds 10" x 13" image, currently missing easel back; (1) pierced frame with garland and wreath crest, currently fitted with beveled mirror; would hold 11 1/2" x 14 1/2" picture, easel back is missing; (1) elaborate floral pierced frame with top crest featuring lions, dolphins, scrollwork and a shield; all metal frame retains metal back and easel back; would fit 10 1/2" x 13 1/2" image; some plating wear and loss, no glass; overall G-VG  Est.50-100

498  ART POTTERY CAT - Crazed with some darkened areas, H-22", G-VG  Est.40-80

499  CHRISTMAS TRAIN GARDEN FENCING - Painted wood, large scale; four sections include a hinged gate, some pickets broken off or damaged; longest section 44", F-G  Est.40-60

500  LOT OF CATALIN / BAKELITE KNOBS (22) - Assorted butterscotch, red, and green knobs, (8) butterscotch "pin" shaped knobs, (6) butterscotch "egg" shaped knobs; (4) red "egg" shaped knobs (1 chipped), (2) red "pin" shaped knobs; (1) green "egg" shaped knob; (1) reddish round knob; L-2 3/8", VG  Est.20-40

501  (4) PRIMITIVE YARD / LANDSCAPING TOOLS - Iron, steel and wood; (2) sets hedge clippers, (1) four tine digging edger/fork, (1) likely homemade digger with three tine blade, longest 40", G  Est.30-50

502  COCA-COLA SIGN - Painted steel, "Enjoy Coca-Cola", (3) areas of abrasion, corners also show chips and nicks, 24" x 36", VG  Est.75-125

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