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Auctioneer Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC - Barbara Masterson & Robin Brabander Auctioneers 330-421-9263
Auction Date Sep 16 Auction
1480 Pearl Road
Brunswick, OH
Time 03:00PM
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Starting at 3PM with 100 box lots of gently used household, holiday items, newer décor, items just too nice to be passed up from this past summer's house clean outs and so much more! Continuing at 4PM with our regular antique & collectible auction with something for everyone! A large auction including Halloween, Christmas, primitives, jewelry, scouting, crocks, Scotch plaid picnic items, vintage clocks, books, enamelware, tobacco cards, trade cards, kitchen, vintage toys & children's records, textiles, ladies, glass & pottery, postcards, railway passes, flags, lamps, baskets, many items of special note and so much more!

Antique & Collectible Auction

Saturday, September 16th, 2017

Auction at 3 PM, Preview at 2:30 PM

Diamond Event Center 1480 Pearl Road (Rt. 42), Brunswick, Ohio 44212

Directions: Just south of the intersection of Routes 42 & 303 (Center Rd.)

Or 2 miles west of I-71, Rt 303 Brunswick exit. Or 10 miles east of Rt. 83.

Starting at 3PM with 100 box lots of gently used household, holiday items, newer décor, items just too nice to be passed up from this past summer's house clean outs and so much more!

Continuing at 4PM with our regular antique & collectible auction with something for everyone! A large auction including Halloween, Christmas, primitives, jewelry, scouting, crocks, Scotch plaid picnic items, vintage clocks, books, enamelware, tobacco cards, trade cards, kitchen, vintage toys & children's records, textiles, ladies, glass & pottery, postcards, railway passes, flags, lamps, baskets, many items of special note and so much more!

Come for an evening of fun and go home the winner of a treasure or two or more!

See our website: for over 200 photos.

3PM - 4PM: Over 100 box lots of gently used household, Christmas, newer décor and more!


HALLOWEEN, CHRISTMAS, HOLIDAY: Vintage Halloween costumes: Halco “Arabian Princess” #7004 3 piece costume, plastic mask, in original box with price tag $4.99, Halco “Clown” #7099 with jumpsuit, hat, cloth mask in original box with price tag from May Co. $4.95, Collegeville Hall “Clown” #158 with plastic jumpsuit and mask in original box with price tag $1.89, Collegeville “Emma Fairfax” (Dr. Doolittle) #2127 costume with mask in original box, Collegeville “Vampire” #3293 costume with mask in original box, Halco “Devil” #409 costume with mask in original box, Halco “Giraffe” #434 costume with mask in original box, Ben Cooper “Fortune Teller” costume with mask in original box, Ben Vooper “Bozo” #171 costume with mask in original box, Witch costume with plastic skirt and cape, Ghost costume with cloth costume and hood for head, miscellaneous costume pieces. Working blow mold plastic, light up cat with jack-o-lantern on his back, 14” tall. Hallmark pop-up Halloween decoration. Hallmark honeycomb monster decoration. American Greetings “Lucky” The Cat with pumpkin honeycomb Halloween decoration. 10 other Hallmark and American Greetings, Beistle & other honeycomb and pop-up decorations: Luhrs & Made In USA die cut Halloween decorations. Valentine's, St. Patrick's, Thanksgiving, Graduation, Wedding and others. Halloween clicker with devil, Whirl-O-Halloween Fortune & Stunt Game.

Vintage Christmas: Working 30” light up, heavy plastic Santa figure, can hang or stand, with 2 wood stakes. Two, large, working Noma 3 light candoliers with plastic halos, 22” tall, “Catalog #164 Each Candle Burns By Itself”, original boxes. 1930's Santa outfit with a wonderful mask, pants, jacket, belt and hat. Sealed, vintage 1970's Walbead beaded Christmas ornament kits. Working, Paramount “Outdoor Star #790” with 20 lights, 18” in original box. Over 20 feet of mercury glass bead garland in pink, blue and silver with tubular oblongs and indents. Vintage ornaments: chenille angel, “Germany” snowman, indents, stripes, figural, stenciled, others. “Santa's Candy Express” in original box with hard plastic Santa in sleigh, 8 reindeer, red ribbon reins, by Sears Roebuck. 2 hard plastic candy containers with figural Santa waving as he goes down the chimney. Pair Gurley choir boy candles. Vintage “Quick-Ezy” metal, folding tree stand. Stained glass angel tree topper. Made in Italy, nativity set with manger and figures. Other nativity figures marked; “Italy”, “Fontanini”, “Landi” and others.

Newer Christmas: Willieraye Studio Folk Art snowmen in original boxes: “Balancing Act” #WW2571 limited edition #381/3500, Snowman with Cat #WW2207, “In Time For Christmas” #WW2573, 2 others. “Oh The Red, White & Blue” folk art snowman #AM1307 limited edition #1456/3500. Erzbegirge, made in German Democratic Republic, 16” tall wooden soldier nutcracker. Never out of box, working “Santa's Marching Band” by Mr. Christmas, plays 35 Christmas carols. Boyd's snowmen; Jean Claude & Jacques the skiers in box, Hillary Smoothrider – Easy Slopes in box, Douglas Spruc'in Up The Tree in box, other snowmen. Snowman votive holder. Stained glass angels and manger scene.

Dept. 56 Dickens' Village series, all in original boxes and lighted unless otherwise noted: Ramsford Palace, A Christmas Carol Reading By Charles Dickens – not lighted, Postern – 10 year anniversary edition – not lighted, Gad's Hill Place, The Grapes Inn, Dedlock Arms, Victoria Station, Thomas Mudge Timepieces, Heathmoor Castle, Village Church, Dursley Manor, J. Lytes Coal Merchant, Aldeburgh Music Box Shop gift set, Wm. Wheat Cakes and Puddings. Dept. 56 Dickens' Village series accessories: Thatchers, Bringing Fleeces To The Mill, Tallyho, Silo&Hay Shed, Chelsea Market Curiosities Monger & Cart, Yeomen of The Guard, The Old Puppeteer, Kings Road Cab, Tending The New Calves, The Flying Scot Train, Poultry market, Come Into The Inn, Cobbler & Clock Peddler, Town Crier & Chimney Sweep, Village Well & Holy Cross, Lion Head Bridge, Shopkeepers, Christmas Carol Spirits, A Peaceful Glow on Christmas Eve, Carolers on the Doorstep, Gate House, Holiday Travelers, Dover Coach, Brixton Road Watchman, Bringing Home The Yule Log, Fezziwegs & Friends, Carolers and 12 others. Other Dept. 56 accessories, some in original boxes: wrought iron fence extensions, town square gazebo, cat & dog, man on ladder hanging garland, flag pole, frosty lined picket fence, outdoor nativity set, tree, covered bridge, Trinity church.

PRIMITIVES, CROCKS, VINTAGE KITCHEN: Early 1930's “Red Injun” child's wagon. Red, Scotch plaid picnic items: folding table by Gotham with plates & cups inside – folds up like a medium size suitcase for easy carrying, “Skotch Plaid” grill in original box by The Hamilton Skotch Corp., red tartan plaid picnic basket with interior removable shelf/tray by Redmon of Peru, Indiana. Stimpson, wall mount 600 lb. Butcher's scale. Wooden, hand crank grain mill. “Eagle Dairy” cream can with lid and handle. 10 gallon milk can with lid. Miter jack base floor lamp, works. Vintage, Ohaus balance scale (Chemical Rubber Company) with porcelain plates and 5 weights. Vintage 25 lb. by ounces scale. Brass water meter by Rockwell – Pittsburgh Meter Division “Arctic” 5/8” with Worthington - Gamon. Circa mid to late 1800's, marked “Dalton Potery” (Pottery) stoneware chick waterer, 7” tall in dark brown (Curtis Houghton started making pottery in 1842 in Dalton, Ohio. He concentrated on utilitarian wares; crocks, waterers, etc. His son later turned to more art pottery.). Be the first at the auction to tell Barbara how to fill a chick waterer and win. 12” tall, iridescent glaze jug in dark brown. 5” tall stoneware canner in dark brown. 5 1/2” tall crock in natural. 5 gallon two tone jug with “5” in blue. Wood butter mold with hand carved pineapple press. 2 butter paddles. Collection of wooden mashers, various woods, interesting shapes, nice variety. 2 long handled wooden mashers, 35” and 30” long. Vintage wooden spools, bobbins and spindles. Butter press. Small 5 arm wall mount drying rack. Wood and metal scoop. 2 aluminum grain or flour scoops, one marked 5283 with Wearever cross and star logo. Wooden handle cleaver. Stave bucket. Enterprise No. 35, 8 quart sausage stuffer. Pretzel or candy counter jar. Gray enamelware footed colander with side handles. Blue and white swirl, porcelain enamel, 11” diameter pan. 2 gray enamelware bowls or pans, 6” and 9” diameter. Enamel bath basin. Kitchen gadgets: chopper, shaker, egg beater, graters, skimmers, darner, heart Jello mold, hay hook, strainer, punches, 1 piece rolling pin, ice pick, ice cream scoop, turner, knife sharpener, spoons, ricer, some red and green handles, peeler, paddles, scoops, mashers, jar opener, tea ball, strainers, sieves, others. Food grinders; “Climax” #50 and “Universal” #1. 55 pieces Bakelite flatware in various colors – brown, butterscotch, deep red, dark olive green. Set of 2 Universal, Cambridge, Ohio nesting bowls with lids. Vitrock ball shaped grease jar with metal lid. Federal Glass bowl with lid. Pyrex tab bowls and pie plate. Hazel Atlas bowls. Treenware footed bowl with lid for spice or sugar. Marked “Grand Union Tea Company” product premium sad iron with wooden handle. 2 A.C. Williams Co., Ravenna, Ohio sad irons with wooden handles. Double flyer spinning wheel for restoration or parts. Rug beaters. Large slaw cutter with 2 guard boxes. 2 hanging bracket oil lamps with matching, marked “B & H” for Bradley & Hubbard, cast wall brackets and marked “B & H” wall hinges, two 7 3/4” mercury glass reflectors with attached holders and nuts, 2 unmatched clear fonts and 2 matched hurricanes. Framed, die cut “Butternut Bread” store advertising sign with adjustable price wheel, marked “Form No. 2, Printed in USA”. Framed, “Charm Flour Mills – Midget maid” reproduction advertising, 15” X 18”. Copper boiler with lid. Long handled, all wood rake. Large glass bottle. 2 horse tie downs: Victor Standard 50 lb. and HRS Co. 25 lb. 2 all metal wheels, 15” diameter inside to inside. All metal pulley. Stanley Sweetheart #104 level. Painting pattern block. Wooden boxes from Cleveland Twist Drill, Jrs. Special cigars, Kraft cheese. 2 wooden file boxes with stenciled fronts. Disston sickle. Small wall mount dinner bell. Cow bell. Brass elevator indicator light. Wilton Armetale “Queen Anne” items: four 9” plates, four 7” plates, “Plough Tavern” pitcher, 12” platter. Newer cast iron door stops; mouse and 2 cats.

ANTIQUE & NEWER FURNITURE, CLOCKS, LAMPS, PRINTS & ORIGINAL PAINTINGS: Working, Waterbury “Large Gothic V.P.” clock, spire cathedral style, partial label on back, 30 hour, strikes on hour and half hour, with key and pendulum. Working, German wall clock, bracket marked “DRGM” and pendulum marked “RA”, movement marked with a wheel and wings (trademark of Kienzle) and Pat. 147023, porcelain face, strikes on hour and half hour, has key and pendulum. Williams, Orton, Prestons & Co. weight driven clock, stenciled column and crown, hand painted gilt dial with Roman numerals, label inside case, colonial soldiers reverse painted on door, does not strike, does not run continually. Working, made in Occupied Japan wall clock with key and pendulum, strikes on hour and half hour. Working, marked on inside of case “Canadian Stinger Timepiece, One Day” shelf clock with key and pendulum.

Antique, wood wall or table top cabinet in oak with paneled door, porcelain knob and 2 adjustable interior shelves, 23 1/2” tall X 19” wide X 7 1/4” deep. Antique trunk with wood banding and brass hardware, painted a deep red. Vintage wrought iron stool with wooden seat. Newer, gently used, Walter of Wabash 47” X 34” oak table with two 12” leaves and 6 arrowback chairs. Maple 5 drawer dresser with mirror and matching 5 drawer chest of drawers. Oak 1 drawer desk. Leather top card table with wood frame and legs. Set of 4 Samsonite folding chairs. Upholstered office chair. Newer white wicker trunk with hinged lid. 2 white wicker trunks with fabric covered hinged lids. Metal coat tree with curved legs covered in metal leaves. Newer, metal and wood tricycle wine rack. Wooden wall shelf with roses. Oak framed beveled mirror with applied carving at top crest, 20 1/2” X 17 3/4”. Hanging, electrified oil lamp with bracket, 23” tall overall, said to have come from a riverboat. Newer stained glass peacock table lamp and butterfly table lamp. Small accent lamp with fringed satin shade.

Framed print of Ann Hathaway's cottage (Shakespeare’s wife) with inscription which is part of a poem entitled “Ann Hathaway” by Carol Ann Duffy, 33” X 25”. Framed, oil on canvas landscape, signed C.D. Heinzelman 50, 18 1/2” X 22 1/2”. Framed, pastoral print, 23 3/4” X 18”. 2 framed, Leon David prints; “La Nuit” and “Le Coucher” (The Night and Bedtime), 16 1/2” X 20”. Framed print, “The Cart”, originally painted by Henri Rousseau, 25 1/2” X 20”. Framed print by Billy Jacobs “Home Cookin”, 20” X 14”. Rooster print mounted on decorative board, 17” X 21”. Original, signed watercolors by local artist Robert M. Moyer (Member of Ohio Watercolor Society); caramel colored cat 10” X 15”, tiger cat 10” X 14 1/2”, rooster 11” X 13 1/2”, portrait 11” X 17”. 2 late 1800's matted lithographs on tissue, both pencil signed. “Eastern Constellation” limited edition print, pencil signed and numbered by the artist, Joe Tomasic 44/500 with brochure, 16” X 20”. “United B-727” artist proof, pencil signed by the artist Joe Tomasic. 16” X 20”. Framed Piper Aircraft advertising poster, 28” X 21 1/2”. 60th anniversary, Cleveland National Airshow poster by Cleveland Artist's Studio, 31” X 20”. 2 prints on board of enlarged, 1930 Graf Zeppelin stamps.

PORCELAIN, GLASS, POTTERY: Roseville OH Friendship Pottery blue spongeware: 2 quart pitcher, two 1 quart pitchers, candle holder with hurricane shade, pair candleholders/bud vases. Waterford crystal vanity dish in box. Peters & Reed Moss Aztec jardiniere with grape and vine pattern and 12 1/2” tall vase with poppies. Pair stoneware goblets. Studio pottery candleholder. Universal Pottery, UPICO ivory shape, red and cream teapot. Enterprise Aluminum Co. Drip-O-Later teapot. 2 Hocking Glass “Waterford” tilted ball pitchers. Fire-King Jadeite “Jane Ray” cup & saucer and “Shell” vegetable bowl, 6 “Leaf & Blossom” dessert bowls. Fire-King Jadeite mix of restaurant ware and “Jane Ray”: five 9” dinner plates, four 6 3/4” salad plates, cereal bowls, soup bowl, mug, cup, 2 piece mixing bowls. Fire-King “Swedish Modern”, in turquoise blue, 2 piece mixing bowls and 1 cereal bowl. 5 Dairymen's advertising measured glasses. Owens-Illinois, 40 oz., diagonal ribbed, 4 piece canister set. Set of 6 brown spongeware tumblers. United States Quarry Tile Co. plate with horses. Hall: doughnut jug in blue, ball jug with ice lip in blue, loop handle jug in black with ice lip, Phoenix leftover dish. Universal Pottery blue & cream water jug, Oxford Stoneware shape. New Martinsville green syrup jug.

Fenton: 12” blue opalescent hobnail bowl, blue satin “Spanish Lace” compote, blue overlay 10” basket and melon shaped vase, aqua crest cornucopia candleholder, blue opalescent hobnail footed candy box, 10 1/2” blue opalescent vase, blue opalescent coin dot creamer, small bud vases, 2 mini milk glass baskets. Degenhart owl. Summit Glass lions. Gildea & Walker “Melbourne” brown transferware plates and bowl. 1 Czech and 1 unmarked cow creamers. Wedgwood Ivanhoe plate. Royal Winton mug. Copper luster pitcher and creamer. Wade copper luster creamer. Green water lily teapot. Lefton condiment jar with underplate. Noritake condiment jar with underplate and spoon. RS Prussia creamer. Royal Doulton; “John Doulton” coaster, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth cup & saucer, coronation of Elizabeth II mug. Maling “Peony” plate #6504. Price Bros., made in England, cottage luncheon or tea set with 23 pieces. Lady in tropical dress with boy figurine.

LADY'S ITEMS, DESIGNER PURSES, TEXTILES: 87” X 98” quilt, machine pieced and hand quilted, large center sunburst design, solid blue and pink with calico print pieces, cream background and backing. 92” X 109” machine pieced and hand quilted, applique quilt with four panel flower in pink with buds, white background and backing. Embroidered runners, dresser scarves, white linen tablecloth with napkins, embroidered table squares, crocheted doilies, church doll made from embroidered runner. Vintage child's apron, bathing suit, crocheted cap and crocheted sweaters. Crocheted valances and trim. Crocheted camisole yolks, cotton camisole with crocheted yoke. Hand made, unbleached cotton aprons with crocheted edging. Hand made crocheted ethnic figures that can be worn as pins. Lady's scarves, half aprons. Hankies; embroidered, prints, plaids. 2 advertising, celluloid vanity (pocket) mirrors, nail buffer, cotton puffs in box, gloves. Tussy beauty kit. Hamilton Beach vibrator, Type A, in case with attachments. Pair perfume bottles with pin tray. Lane 3 piece houndstooth luggage set. Mirrored dresser tray, ring dish, small vanity mirrors (one is hallmarked Denmark with a fish for Hans Jensen). Shoe clips some with rhinestones. Advertising and other button hooks. Various small picture frames, Goldette pill box with porcelain lid, manicure accessories, purse frame, Volupte pill box. The Hotel Breakers, Cedar Point folding, combination button hook and shoe horn. 2 advertising, celluloid pocket mirrors; Horlick's Malted Milk and Nature's Remedy. Metal coin purse, rhinestone studded with hinged back panel. Jewelry and dresser trinket boxes: Jennings Bros. - gilt metal - velvet interior with music box that plays 2 melodies, hand crafted wood with engraved lid, inlaid wood, stained glass with etched glass lid, pyrography with flapper girl design, enamel over metal, clear plastic, Pilliod cedar box, Nussbaum's wood box, other cedar box.

Designer Purses: Iman sage green “Global Chic” canvas tote with gold patent trim, unused with dust bag cover. Iman “Global Chic” black tote with gold patent trim, unused. DG2 by Diane Gilman tan canvas purse, unused. Hot In Hollywood taupe and gray purse with silver studs in dust bag, new with tags. Chi by Falchi black with fuchsia trim leather tote with dust bag. Charm & luck denim purse with rhinestone studded buckles, new with tags. Sharif tan with bronze trim purse, dust bag. Chi by Falchi jeweled leather wallet. Nine West white canvas purse, unused. Sonoma nylon purse.

JEWELRY: Jewelry collector and reference books. Marked “Sterling” or “925”: Coro leaf brooch with rhinestones, Wells bangle bracelet, flower brooches some with rhinestone accents, Coro brooch with pink rhinestones, peacock brooch with amethyst rhinestones, bow pin, Monet bracelet, Manrey sword in wreath brooch, Carl Art Inc. brooch with blue rhinestones, Lang flower link bracelet, Am Lee filigree flower pendant necklace, Danecraft bracelet with love charm, bar pin with rhinestones, Star Art flower necklace, Art Deco drop necklace with green stones, feather brooch with pink rhinestones, Harry S. Bick leaf pin, necklace with 3 amethyst rhinestone on drop pendant, bow pin with rhinestones, child's bracelet with 4 sterling charms, 925 Italy moon & stars bracelet, heart pendant necklace with deep red stone, Marsala bracelet with heart charm, Damaso Gallegos tulip pin, Mexican sterling bracelet, heart bracelet with tasseled clasp, bracelet with blue stones signed Emily, wide link bracelet with crown and shield design, filigree heart pendant necklace, Truart brooch, 4 stick pins with rhinestones, Web I.D. bracelet, large iris brooch with rhinestone, double strand bead necklace, “FUN” pin, fan shaped coat clip, 2 Mexican sterling with abalone butterfly pins, bracelet with turquoise, Beau leaf pin, horse head pin, Coro spoon pin, ring & earrings with blue rhinestones, donkey pin, Mexican sterling cat face pin/pendant, rings with a variety of stones: coral, turquoise, others, French brooch with rhinestones.

Other jewelry: rhinestone drop necklace, triple strand rhinestone necklace & earrings, Kramer rhinestone bracelet, triple strand rhinestone bracelet, rhinestone heart pendant, rhinestone brooch, crystal brooch, rhinestone pin marked Austria, blue stone bracelet, faux pearl & crystal bead fringe necklace, crystal bead necklaces, micro mosaic bracelet, carved bead necklace, coral necklace & earrings, pendant necklace marked Denise, cameo necklace & earrings, amber glass & gold tone necklace, amber glass Art Deco necklace & earrings, multi strand bead necklace with large rhinestone flower clasp, shell cameo necklace & earrings – marked sterling, shell cameo pin, plastic bracelet inset with rhinestones, carved Bakelite (?) bracelet, hinged Lucite bracelet with magnetic closure, chunky wide bracelet, hinged shaped black bracelet, wide copper bracelet, wide metal bracelet with applied feather design, braided metal bracelet, triple strand black glass bead necklace, amethyst polished stone nugget bracelet, Lucite cameo brooch, embossed metal cameo dress/coat clip with rhinestone accents, glass cherry pin marked Austria, enamel on metal link bracelet, drop pendant floral necklace, pair blue rhinestone dress clips, porcelain silhouette brooch, blue rhinestone bolo clip, cameo brooch marked Germany, amethyst rhinestone pin, green rhinestone bar pin, blue & white elongated bead necklace, gold mesh choker necklace, green glass bead necklace, Miriam Haskell faux pearl necklace, wood bead necklace, Miriam Haskell white bead necklace, black & green chunky plastic rings, other rings: green rhinestone, black glass, Roman soldier cameo, pink stone, tiger's eye stones in 18k H.G.E. setting, and other jewelry.

ITEMS OF SPECIAL NOTE, SCOUTING, TOYS, BOOKS, ADVERTISING, TOBACCO, TRADE AND POST CARDS, RAILWAY PASSES: Group of 15 “Sweet Caporal” tobacco cards, “Heroes of The Spanish War” from series T175, 1901. Group of 26 “John Player & Sons” tobacco cards from the series “Kings and Queens Of England”. Group of 11 tobacco cards from “Ogden's Guinea Gold Cigarettes”, “Duke's Cigarettes” from the series “Coins of A Nation”, “Myrtle Grove Cigarettes”. 144 tobacco cards from Pattreiouex “Senior Service Cigarettes” - 3 complete sets of 48 cards each; “Winter Scenes” from 1937, “Bridges of Britain” from 1938 and “Our Countryside” from 1938. Group of 14 trading cards in a larger 5” X 7” format from “Lion Coffee – Woolson Spice Co., Toledo, Ohio, Picture Cards”. Group of 75 pieces, trade cards from Arm & Hammer Baking Soda and Dwight's Baking Soda from various bird, animals, fish and flower series. Group of 78 trading cards from Arm & Hammer and Dwight's Baking Soda from the series “Useful Birds” and “Game Birds”. 3 Cleveland Railway Co. passes; 1937 Sunday pass May 9 “Mother”, 1938 Sunday pass June 12 “Jones Rd. Congregational Church”, 1939 weekly pass June 4-10 “High Flier Transit Progress 7”. 4 weekly passes for The Cleveland Interurban Railroad Company from 1944. 27 Cleveland Transit System 1944-45 weekly student passes. 5 Cleveland Transit System 1945 weekly passes. 30 City of Shaker Heights Dept. of Transportation weekly passes 1944-45.

Collection of 32 vintage, Christmas postcards; Germany, embossed, Tuck and others. Group of 6 “American Journal Examiner”, copyright 1906 postcards, 5 with hidden images brought out by heating the card with “hot flat iron, gas jet or match”, 5 are compliments of “Boston Sunday Examiner” and 1 is compliments of “Chicago Sunday Examiner” - this last one does not have a hidden image. Collection of 90+ vintage postcards; embossed, Edw. Stern, Germany, glitter, Tuck, International Art, greetings, New Year's, Christmas, Happy Days, Dutch children, Thanksgiving, Easter, Birthday Greetings, comic, Valentine's Day, travel and other. Tokens: good luck, risque, transit fare, advertising, Bob Stupak's Vegas World $1. Advertising: May Co. metal fur tag, miniature Coke bottle, Grand Gas range, Lipton's Tea miniature coach, Esso key fob, Jackie Coogan salted peanuts clicker, Edison storage battery metal tag, others. Fraternal pins, Masonic locket and key fob, award metals, various small trinkets. Calling Philip Morris (cigarettes) wooden bell hop.

Scouting: All belonging to one Girl Scout and her Mother from the 1950's to early 1960's: Girl Scout sash with 36 badges, of which some are unusual and other patches. Junior Girl Scout uniform with 2 neckties, belt and cap with the official Girl Scout label. Cadette Girl Scout uniform with skirt and 2 blouses, official Girl Scout label. Senior Girl Scout uniform with skirt, jacket with pins, 2 caps and necktie. Girl Scout leader's uniform with 2 types of hats. Other Girl Scout items: mess kit with cover, handbooks, unused sash, cap, tie, song book. Boy Scout & Cub Scout items: 1960 Boy Scout uniform with shirt, slacks, belt, cap, socks and patches. 1950's to 1960's Boy & Cub Scout items: uniform, 2 flag holders, neckerchief, belt, tomahawk. Vintage 1960's Boy Scout and Cub Scout items: pins, patches, slides, pocket knife, Star Scout Scoreboard, First Class Scoreboard, Good Turn Tokens, banner, Greater Cleveland Council – Beaumont Reservation 1961 neckerchief, 1949 Camporee patch – Frontier District, Cleveland, Council.

Toys, records: 1950's Wham-O Sailing Satellite (frisbee) Tournament Model, National Satellite Assn., Pat Pend., 11 1/4” diameter in silver gray. William S. Tower, S. Hingham, Mass., Tower Guild, circa mid 1800's, mechanical sand toy (Figure jointed at hips & shoulders, missing parts), paper label on front of box. Aladdin lunchboxes: 1966 Batman & Robin, 1980 Dukes of Hazard with thermos, 1981 Annie with thermos, 1982 E.T. Thermos Division lunchbox, 1979 Muppets with Fozzie Bear. Hasbro lunchbox, 1997 GI Joe. Hallmark School Days limited edition and numbered lunchboxes: The Jetsons 11631/24500 and sealed The Beatles Yellow Submarine 430/24500. Hallmark School Days limited edition lunchboxes – most are sealed in packaging: Lone Ranger 1E/3551, Superman 3E/0469, Hotwheels 1E/4348, Howdy Doody 1E/4594, Peanuts 4E/4261 & 4E/4629. Bazooka Bony “Good Luck” token or keychain with 1957 wheat penny “Keep Me and Never Go Broke”. Vintage wooden buildings blocks, an interesting assortment including pillars, posts, arches, pieces with a printed floral design, painted window pane blocks and others. Wooden push- pull toy, hand carved man and bear pounding a wedge. Wolverine tin litho car for restoration or parts. “You're A Young Lady Now” and “Very Personally Yours” booklets for young ladies. Child's aluminum tea set in original box. Child's aluminum pots, pans, percolator, muffin pan, dishes, utensils and more. Made in U.S. Zone Germany, miniature, tin litho toy clock. Fleischmann toy wind-up keys and other keys. 3 box lots small, vintage toys: wood animals, Travel Bingo, Kuhn's Drill Test, Knickerbocker blue plastic duck, sealed clown erasers, pressed steel miniature stroller, chenille chicks and roosters, bendable bunny in original packaging, Red Goose shoes Duncan yo-yo and others.

Where's Waldo poster book. Hard cover books: “Where's Waldo”, “The Great Waldo Search”, “Find Waldo Now” “Where's Waldo? Being A Pirate” jigsaw puzzle. Drew Carey and Mimi Bobeck 11” dolls, Creation Entertainment 1998, both sealed in boxes. Tinkertoy construction set No. 155. Ertl die cast metal Flintmobile, RC2, never out of box. Mattel 18” tall, talking Beanie doll, works. “Alice's Adventures In Wonderland” and “Through The Looking Glass”, 2 volume set, special edition, 1946 Random House & others. “Pollyanna The Glad Game”, 1916 version Parker Bros., includes 2 game boards and 1 set of game pieces (race/pursuit game similar to Parcheesi). “Mr. Ree” board game by Selchow & Richter Co., revised edition, copyright 1946. 90 plus records from “Children's Record Guild” (CRG), “Young People's Records” and a few others, most in sleeves. Vintage record rack.

Early, Edgar Rice Burroughs hard cover “Tarzan” books, printed by A.L. Burt Co. and Grosset & Dunlap. First edition, hard cover adventure/western books. Hard cover books, some with dust jackets: adventure, mystery, young adult, etc. Zane Grey hard cover books. George Orwell's “Animal Farm”, copyright 1946 with dust jacket, Harcourt, Brace & Co., NY. “Hiroshima” by John Hersey, copyright 1946, published by Alfred A. Knopf Inc. with dust jacket.

Woven hamper with hinged lid and loop handles. Longaberger baskets: 1985 JW Collection apple basket, two 1985 bushel baskets with built in handles, large square pie basket, 2004 Holiday Helper with protector, 2006 10 1/2” square with classic stain. 7 Royce Craft baskets, made in Ohio all signed and dated; 6 miniature baskets and 1 full size. Newer, wooden country style, teddy bear 4 piece canister set. 54 pieces, Oneida Tudor plate “Duchess” flatware, 4 piece service for 12 (missing 1 dinner fork) with 6 serving spoons and butter knife. 8 vintage 1970's Goodwill donation bags, 1971 and “Good Turn Day” featuring scouts. Country Belle by Guild tube radio in antique style crank telephone case, for restoration, does not work. Blow-up, vinyl Black Americana baby doll with flicker eyes. Cast iron Black Americana, boy with swivel head on alligator. 48 star flag, 4' X 6', marked “Bull Dog Bunting 4 X 6 Ft. Wool, 2 Ply warp and filling”, sewn stripes and stars. 48 star flag, 3' X 5' with sewn stripes and printed cantor (blue field with white stars). Newer, Bull Dog 3' X 5', 100% cotton 13 star flag with stitched stars and sewn stripes. Newer, 3' X 5' 15 stars and 15 stripes flag with stitched stars and sewn stripes, marked “Defiance Annin & Co. 100% Cotton Bunting”. Helmet or hat “horsetail” plume in medium blue in silver tone cone with embossed flowers. Glass top, locking, table top display case with 2 drawers, 16” X 15”. 3 Riker glass top display cases, 16” X 12”. Glass top display case with magnetic closure, 15” X 12”.

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Auctioneers: Barbara Masterson & Robin Brabander

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1. Cash. Credit cards (Visa, MC, Discover) and checks if known to us or approved by us.

2. Photo ID required for registration to bid. Current driver’s license with photo required to pay with check or credit card.

3. There is a 5% gallery fee for those in attendance.

Absentee bidders and phone bidders pay 15% buyers’ premium, shipping, insurance, signature confirmation, tracking & $5.00 per lot handling fee. Some packages are shipped from a third party provider so additional packing charges may apply as well.

4. Ohio sales tax will be charged for this auction.

5. If your check cannot be electronically deposited through Telechek, your items may be held until your check clears our bank. Items must be paid for day of sale. Held items shall be picked up by the bidder within 14 days of notification. Bank checks/cashier’s checks cannot be electronically deposited so items will be held until check clears our bank.

6. Great care and many hours of research have been taken to list and label auction items using our best judgment however, neither Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC, the consignors, the help, nor any of its agents make any warranties, guaranties or representations of any kind in regard to the merchandise. No statements made at the sale, in any advertising, labels, tags, sales tickets or elsewhere shall be deemed such a representation or warranty or be subject to liability. All items sold as is, where is and all sales are final. Buyers are encouraged and advised to inspect and satisfy themselves of the merchandise prior to the sale.

7. MBA, LLC, the consignors, the help do not warranty the fitness of any item for a particular purpose. Buyer assumes responsibility for having all items including but not limited to electrical items checked by a professional.

8. Antique & vintage toys may not meet today’s requirements for lead based paints, small pieces removable and/ or otherwise and age recommendations. Therefore, all toys are sold as collectible items for adult use only.

9. Antique & vintage linens, clothing, textiles are sold for collectible and display purposes only.

10. MBA, LLC rarely takes written reserves however, there may be a few items in this auction that have one. The reserve is a confidential agreement between MBA, LLC and the consignor. MBA, LLC shall execute the reserve on behalf of the consignor.

11. No refunds, exchanges, returns or credit card charge backs. All sales are final. All items sold as is without guarantee nor warranty.

Barbara Masterson is licensed in real estate sales, Ohio Real Estate Auctions.

In a whirl over settling an estate, downsizing, moving? Call

to discuss your options.

As always, Free initial consultations.

Commissions are all inclusive, so there is never a surprise when you get your check.

Call to consign one piece or an entire household or estate.

Never sold at auction before? No problem, everything is explained so you know what to expect.

Never bought at auction before? Call for an explanation of how things work and what to expect. Come out and have an enjoyable evening and return home the winner of a treasure!

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