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Auctioneer Laughlin Auctions (540) 975-1830
Auction Date Jan 14 Auction
High Street Galleries
116-A North High Street
Edinburg, VA
Time 09:00AM
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Laughlin Auctions

 Mid-Winter Auction

High Street Galleries

116-A North High Street

Edinburg, Virginia

*Due to an impending freezing rain and snow event in the Shenandoah Valley and areas west, we have decided to postpone our Mid-Winter auction until next Saturday, January 21st. We regret any inconvenience this decision may cause anyone. See you next Saturday. Thank you!*

Saturday, January 14th, 2017, at 9:00 A.M.

Preview: Friday, January 13th, 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.

Snow Date: Saturday, January 21st, at 9:00 A.M.

*300 Shares of Shentel Stock at 12:00 Noon*

*1 Share of Shenandoah County Fair Stock* (following Shentel stock)

DIRECTIONS: I-81 Exit 279 at Edinburg, VA. East on Stony Creek Blvd., cross RR track, left on Printz, right on Piccadilly, left on High Street, 2 ½ blocks to large parking lot on left.

Personal property from the Home of Robert Devers, New Market, VA; the Kenneth W. Lyons Trust, Strasburg, VA; plus others.

VINTAGE AUTOMOBILE: 1948 Ford “Super Delux” 4 door sedan, all original, 8 cylinder, 3 speed on the column, good condition (offered at 12:00 Noon).

SPECIAL TO AUCTION: “Stoney Creek Artist” book mark “Blue Bird”; 1806 & 1833 framed Frakturs in German; exceptional Billy Landis, Mt. Jackson, VA, poem jug; 2- Billy Landis “face” jugs.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY STONEWARE & REDWARE: 50+ pcs. of Shenandoah Valley stoneware & redware including 3” multi-glaze egg cup; 4- 1 gallon stoneware pitchers w/ blue; 1 gallon J. Eberly bean pot w/ lid; selection of redware att. to Schweinfurt, Coffman & Good; 1 gallon batter bowl w/ blue; 3 gallon W. H. Lehew w/ blue; ½ gallon W. H. Crisman w/ blue; 1, 2, 3 gallon ovoids w/ blue; E. B Taylor quart jug w/ blue; great selection of other stoneware & redware (offered by catalog at 11:00 a.m. – See website for individual photos).

LOCAL BOOKS: “The Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley Region”, H. E. Comstock; “The Shenandoah Pottery:, Rice & Stoudt; “Folk Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley”, Wiltshire; “The Shenandoah Valley in 1864”, Pond; “Twenty-Five Chapters on the Shenandoah Valley”, Wayland; 40+ other books relating to Virginia, the Shenandoah Valley, & the Civil War.

SMALLS: “Eagle” lollipop butter print; selection of other butter prints & molds; up-down wooden butter churn; butter churn on stand w/ yellow paint; great selection of treenware; 3- Samplers, (one 1843); 1842 Jacquard coverlet, “J. Cleever, Easton”; selection of other coverlets; selection of hand stitched quilts; other textiles; great selection of early splint baskets; 10+ “Lucy Cook” baskets; cutlery boxes; painted wall boxes; skimmers – forks – ladles; candle molds; “The Charles Parker Co.” dual wheel coffee grinder; selection of other coffee grinders; cookie cutters; wooden dough bowls; brass buckets; nice selection of brass sleigh bells; brass horse collar bells; brass hand bells; “Stick & Ball” hanging shelf; pantry boxes; lift and slide top boxes; oil lamps; ink wells; Roseville pitcher; selection of canes; child’s rocker; several hanging cupboards; selection of early cast iron; cast iron still banks; walnut case Eli Terry style mantel clock (made by Bob Devers); cherry dovetailed box w/ turned feet; brass; several yellow ware bowls; several pcs. of sterling; Suffolk Bitters “Pig” flash; large selection of other smalls not listed; 40 gallon apple butter kettle w/ stirrer.

CLORES FURNITURE: Clores walnut 4 poster bed, full; set of 10 Clores walnut “3 ladderback” dining chairs; Clores walnut sideboard; 2- Clores walnut single drawer stands; 2- Clores armed rockers; Clores walnut coffee table; Clores walnut drop leaf table w/ tapered legs; Clores walnut tilt-top tea table; 3- Clores walnut rush bottom stools.

ANTIQUE & QUALITY REPRODUCTION FURNITURE: Walnut 16 pane corner cupboard, 2- 8 pane doors over 2 paneled doors, 84”; walnut 12 tin pie safe; cherry Sheraton 4 drawer chest; yellow pine grain painted dovetailed blanket chest w/ turned feet; cherry & mixed wood slant front desk; Nichols & Stone armed Windsor w/ red wash; walnut 2 pc. fall front desk; several single drawer stands; paint decorated 2 door cupboard; walnut marble top furniture including sideboard, 2- wash stands, oval top parlor table; mahogany glass front china cabinet; mahogany inlaid stand; 2 pc. mahogany secretary; selection of mahogany stands; Cashmere 4 drawer chest & nest of 4 tables; oak 4 tin pie safe; oak 3 door ice box; oak side-by-side bookcase desk; oak side board w/ mirrored back; oak dressers & washstands; oak server; oak wardrobe w/ mirrored door; round oak table; oak stands & chairs; large foyer bench w/ lift seat; 30+ other pcs. of furniture not listed; selection of oriental rugs.

GRISWOLD COLLECTION: 40+ pcs. of Griswold including No. 13 slant letter skillet, No. 20 “Hotel” skillet, bundt cake mold (Frank W. Hay & Son); Dutch ovens w/ lids, skillets, lard press, double burner stove. (Griswold will be offered by catalog after coins at approximately 10:15 a.m.)

COIN COLLECTION: 112 lots of Gold & Silver coins including $1, $5, $10, $20 gold coins; $10, $25, $50, $100 Platinum coins; graded Silver Eagles; 1882, 1883, 1884 Carson City Morgan Dollars; Morgan & Peace dollars; ½, ¼ dollars; dimes & ½ dimes; large cents; 2 & 3 cent coins; other coins not listed (offered by catalog at 9:00 a.m.).

CIVIL WAR PAPER: 40+ Confederate letters – receipts – requisitions & other from Mt. Jackson, VA, Camp Lebanon, Winchester, VA, Martinsburg, New Market, VA & others (offered after Griswold at approximately 11:15 a.m.).

ADVERTISING: “Danial Zook” Bairea, KY, stenciled dry goods wagon; 2- 10¢ Coca Cola machines; “Baby Pac-Man”, 1980; selection of metal advertising signs; metal advertising tins; several milk bottles; Gordons and Planters peanut jars w/ lids; RR crossing sign; Coca Cola radio; other advertising not listed (offered at approximately 11:45 a.m.).

ROCKINGHAM CO. (HARRISONBURG, VA) RIFLES, PERCUSSION RIFLES: Full stock percussion rifle marked A. McGilvary; full stock percussion rifle w/ inlaid mother-of-pearl and plate marked London; half stock percussion rifle w/ plate marked LeMan, Lancaster, PA; Whitney? Half stock percussion rifle.

MILITARY RIFLES, HANDGUNS: Colt New Service .45 Colt revolver w/ 5 ½’ barrel; Colt Army Special 38 revolver w/ Colt letter and 6” barrel; Colt New Army 1903 DA 38 revolver w/ 6” barrel; Colt New Service 44-40 revolver w/ 7 ½” barrel; Colt New Service 38 WCF revolver w/ 7 ½” barrel; Colt New Service 45 Colt revolver w/ pearl grips and 7 8 cal. cap and ball ½” barrel; S&W Model 57 41 mag. stainless revolver w/ 8 3/8” barrel; S&W Model 29-2 44 mag. stainless revolver w/ 5 7/8” barrel; Colt Bisley Model 32 WCF revolver w/ stag grips (non-matching SN); 38 cal. cap and ball revolver marked Address Col. Sam L New Model Patented on top of barrel; Colt 1911 A1 .45 ACP w/ pachmayr grips; Mosin Nagant M1895 7.62 X 54; LePage A. Leige 5.2mm revolver; Nambu Type 14 8mm pistol; CZ52 7.62 X 25 pistol w/ cleaning rod, holster, extra magazine; Makarov 9mm w/ holster, shoulder holster, extra magazine; .577 British Snider conversion; British 40 cal. Snider Conversion marked Olmsted & Choate; Russian SVT40 7.62 X 54R; U.S. Model of 1917 Eddystone 30-06; Egyptian FN 49 7.92; French 49/56 7.5 MAS; Hakim 7.92 (8mm); Rasheed Commando carbine 7.62 X 39 w/ bayonet; Swedish LJungman AG42-B 6.5 X 55 semi auto; Springfield M1 Garand 30-06 Arsenal Rework; two M1 30 cal. carbines; Arisaka Type 99 Series 20 7.7 w/ pod and dust cover; Arisaka Type 99 7.7; Siamese Mauser Type 45 8 X 50R; Two 7.65 Argentine Mausers; German 88 8 X 57 Mauser marked Danzig 1891; Smith Corona 03-A3 30-06; Springfield 03-06 marked NATL ORD SO-EL Monte Cal Armory; British No. 1 Mark V 303 jungle carbine; Springfield Model 1884 45-70 trapdoor w/ jeweled plate; German 98 8mm dou 44; two Mosin Nagant M91/30 7.62 X 54R rifles, one with new PU 3.5 scope; 1893 Spanish Mauser; Mosin Nagant M91/59 7.62 X 54R carbine; Spanish FR87.62 Mauser; 1937 Turkish 8 X 57 Mauser; Beretta-Gardone 6.5 Carcano; Carl Gustafs 6.5 X 55 Swedish Mauser; No. 4 MK1 Long Branch 1942 303 British; Vetterli M81 10.4 X 41mm; Shtle MK111 G.R. I. 1927 303 British; Portuguese 1904 8 X 57 Mauser; Czech VZ-24 1938 8 X 57 Mauser; Steyr M95 8 X 56R; Walther P. 38 9mm AC code. Note: Firearms will be offered at 10:00 a.m. and sold under Laughlin Auctions Inc. FFL. All Federal and State laws apply.

EDGED WEAPONRY, MILITARY AND FIREARM RELATED: WWI Imperial German trench fighting knife w/ scabbard, blade marked Gottlieb Hammes Fahr; Camillus USN MK 2 fighting knife; RH Pal USN MK1 fighting knife; 03A3 bayonet marked 1942; M1 Garand bayonet; Mauser 98 bayonet; P-17 Remington bayonet; Swedish Mauser bayonet; Hakim bayonet; Arisaka bayonet; Steyr 1886 bayonet w/ scabbard; Kukri fighting type knife; Remington Rand 45 ACP slide and barrel; McClellan saddle; leather saddlebags marked U.S.; burlap sack w/ German Swastika; display board w/ powder horns, powder measurers and bullet molds; two oak pistol cases; R. F. Sedgley, Inc. 1944 Mark 5 signal pistol; Pecar Berlin 8 X 43 scope; selection of 45 auto and pistol parts; K98 rifle stock; Corpsman's knife w/ scabbard marked 1918; dug cap and ball revolver; framed portrait of man in uniform; selection of shotgun hand reloaders; Dupont smokeless powder tin. Note: Edged weaponry, military and firearm related will begin at 9:00 a.m.

ANVILS, SWAGE BLOCKS, TRAPS: Hay Budden anvil; Soderfors ? anvil; two Swage blocks; hand forged bear trap; approximately 15 traps by Diamond, Victor, Oneida, W.A. Gibbs and Son; two glass mouse traps; trapper’s basket. Note: Anvils, Swage blocks, traps will be offered at 9:45 a.m.  or

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

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