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Auctioneer Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC - Barbara Masterson & Robin Brabander Auctioneers 330-421-9263
Auction Date Dec 30 Auction
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1480 Pearl Road
Brunswick, OH
Time 04:00PM
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This is the one! We search all year long for unusual and hard to find items for this auction, to include many, many items of special note, sterling, jewelry, porcelain, glass, cookie jars, hats, purses, military, firearms (not onsite until auction day), lamps, clocks, furniture, toys, cast iron, car, gas & oil, postcards, musical instruments, textiles, vintage clothing, silver bars, Walthers, Christmas, vending machines, quilts, WWII, advertising, signs and so much more!

New Year's Weekend Antique & Collectible Auction

Saturday, December 30th, 2017

Auction at 4 PM, Preview at 3 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.

This is the one! We search all year long for unusual and hard to find items for this auction, to include many, many items of special note, sterling, jewelry, porcelain, glass, cookie jars, hats, purses, military, firearms (not onsite until auction day), lamps, clocks, furniture, toys, cast iron, car, gas & oil, postcards, musical instruments, textiles, vintage clothing, silver bars, Walthers, Christmas, vending machines, quilts, WWII, advertising, signs and so much more!

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

JEWELRY, STERLING FLATWARE, HOLLOWARE & BARS/MEDALS: USSR Palladium 25 rubles, ballerina, uncirculated coin mounted in marked 14k bezel setting, 31.1 grams in original case with COA. Platinum Panda coin, 5 yuan, 1994, 1/20 ounce, .9995 pure, mounted in 14k bezel marked on bail, in original box with COA. Ladies platinum ruby and diamond ring, oval shaped ruby with a single cut diamond on each side, marked “PLAT 90 IRIDIO”. Ladies 14k yellow gold ruby and diamond ring, oval shaped ruby surrounded by 12 cut diamonds mounted on split band style ring. Lot of 9 Michael Anthony 14k charms/pendants, total weight not including globe is 12 grams. Michael Anthony 14k yellow gold, double link starter charm bracelet, 8” long, 4 grams total weight. Michael Anthony, marked 10k, 19” rope chain with marked 1” diameter coiled rope pendant. “Everyday Gold” by Michael Anthony, marked 14k, 2 tone Nativity Stone cross pendant with prayer. Michael Anthony, marked 14k, rose gold filigree cross pendant. Faux coral and rhinestone hinged bracelet, unmarked, Hattie Carnegie hang tag. Signed Schiaparelli watermelon rhinestone 4 piece parure with necklace, bracelet, earrings and unmarked ring.

Franklin Mint, National Governors' Conference Official Bicentennial Medals, “50 solid sterling silver proof sets combining interest in both coins and stamps”. 2008 Beijing Olympics silver bar set featuring the mascots of the 2008 Olympics “The Friendlies”, 5 bars, 200 grams .999 fine silver in presentation box with tag and COA. Winchester Firearms silver bar set of 5 one ounce .999 fine silver bars in velvet presentation box. Marked sterling, by Westmoreland in the “George and Martha” pattern, 24 pieces flatware, 3 piece service for 8, 1168 grams total weight. Meriden Britannia marked sterling bon bon (plate) with reticulated rim, monogrammed, 9 1/8” diameter, 242 grams. Set of 5 sterling souvenir spoons, with Finnish hallmarks: V. Kallio, crown, 813H, town mark, date code (1905), 228 grams. Duchin weighted sterling table lighter. Pair Duchin weighted sterling candleholders with pierced rims and etched glass hurricanes. Pair Duchin glass tidbits with weighted sterling pedestal bases. Hunt Silver Co. weighted sterling footed cream and sugar. Pair Preisner weighted sterling candleholders #142. Baldwin & Miller sterling baby cup. Kingston Sterling and Preisner sterling single nut cups. Pair cut glass nut cups with Gorham sterling rims. Art Nouveau glass decanter, marked BI Sterling with heavy sterling overlay in a thistle and foliage design. Pair sterling weighted candleholders. Glass coasters with sterling rims: set of 3 marked Amston sterling, set of 4 F.B. Rogers Silver Co., set of 5 Amston Sterling. Set of 4 sterling, individual salt shakers and set of 3 sterling open salt dips. Sterling, Reed & Barton 1979 Christmas cross in original box. Albert Coles sterling master butter knife. SC & Co. (Simon Chaudron) teaspoon, silversmith known for silver and coin silver pieces. Manchester Mfg. Co. sterling sugar spoon. Marked sterling cheese server and sauce ladle. Newport sterling Quaker “Hurricane” bases for salt & pepper shaker. Weighted sterling salt & pepper shakers. Community plate “Chatelaine” #0101 teapot. Silver plate candleholder.

PORCELAIN, GLASS, POTTERY, LLADROS, LIMOGES: Van Briggle draped nude Ana Van vase, 16 1/4” tall, 9” diameter, in turquoise blue. Early 1930's Weller “Greora” ginger jar with in-mold script mark. Steuben blue calcite sherbet under plate with foil sticker on bottom. Signed Steuben Ivrene ruffled rim trumpet vase, shape # 731. Signed Nash 573 gold iridescent, footed bowl with scalloped edge. Durand blue iridescent heart and vine design vase. Cranberry opalescent ribbed lattice muffineer. Victorian cranberry cut glass condiment, castor set in W. Briggs & Co., Sheffield silver plate stand. Herend #5936 goose with golden egg, 7 1/4” tall, blue fishnet or scales. Herend #15014 rooster, 4 1/4” tall, raspberry or pink fishnet. Herend frog on lily pad #5355 with blue scales. Herend cat with ball of yarn #5221 in blue fishnet. Wedgwood tricolor jasperware jug “Maternal Affections” or “Sacrifice”. 5 1/4” tall, Portland blue, sage green & pale blue.

Lladro porcelain figurine “Bedtime Story” #5457, sculptor Francisco Catala, retired 1992. Lladro porcelain figurine “In The Garden” #5416, sculptor Antonio Ramos, retired 1996. Lladro porcelain figurine “Parisian Lady” # 5321, sculptor Jose Puche, retired 1995. Lladro porcelain figurine “Seesaw” (See Saw) #4867, sculptor Fulgencio Garcia, retired 1996. Lladro porcelain figurine “Winter Frost” #5287, sculptor Antonio Ramos, retired 2007. Lladro porcelain figurine “Running Duck” # 1263, sculptor Julius Fernandez, retired 1998. NAO porcelain figurine, boy and dog. Limoges, France trinket boxes, hand painted: Rochard frog on lily pad, Artoria kitten with frog, Chamart blue bird in tree, Artoria eagle with eaglets Geary's book with letter & spectacles, Chamart lion, Chamart clown, Chamart sheep, Artoria 3 monkeys, Rochard pig, PV whale, Cottage Shop horse, rooster, jester, mouse under umbrella, book with pipe.

Black Americana “Chef” cookie jar, marked Made In Japan, attributed to National Silver Co. Black Americana “Mammy” cookie jar, unmarked, attributed to National Silver Co. Shawnee “Winnie” the pig cookie jar with blue flowers and collar. 53 pieces Russell Wright, Chesapeake Pottery Haynes Ware “Lotus” jardiniere with decoration by S. E. Wells. Crystal glass 2 piece caviar server. Dragon Dynasty Collection by The Franklin Mint 40 piece dinnerware set, 5 piece service for 8, 11” dinner plates, 7 3/4” salad plates, 8 5/8” coupe soup bowls, cups and saucers. Royal Bayreuth white pearl, grape cluster wall pocket. Circa 1880 Royal Worcester compote. Set of 4, limited edition, Pickard China plates with artwork from original paintings by James L. Lockhart, mounted in wood frames. Pair Charleton hand decorated, 10 3/4” tall ruffled edge vases with butterflies, #1930, foil labels. Weller Coppertone 6 1/4” vase with incised Weller Hand Made mark (by hand). 5” Weller Turkish planter, marked Weller Pottery (by hand). Red Wing 6 1/4” diameter bulb bowl – brushed ware. Heinrich & Co., Selb, Bavaria 7 piece, hand painted, berry bowl set with master and 6 individual bowls. 9 1/2” tall, pulled Czech vase in red and blue with serpentine decoration. Wilhelm Rittirsch Dresden lace, large figural group with 4 figures. Large, 2 figure Dresden lace grouping, marked with 5 point crown over N, possibly Potschappel.

LADY'S ITEMS, VINTAGE CLOTHING, HATS, PURSES, QUILTS: 1967 “Dazzler” disposable aluminum foil dress, mail order promotion from Alcoa Aluminum, size 12-14M. Early 1900's white cotton wedding dress skirt with insert lace, pin tuck waistline, pin tucking on lower skirt, made to be worn over bustle, 19 1/2”-20” waist. Cotton camisole with lace upper bodice. Vintage, satin brassiere with printed warning: “Sweet/Sour/Don't Touch” with mother of pearl side button closure. Rengo Crown-ette lace up corset with garters, in original box, marked size 30. Cotton garter belt, size 28. Silk & satin, lace trimmed, button crotch teddies/chemise, neither ever worn, sizes 36 and 38, 1 with original May Co. price tag of $1.64, circa 1930's. Nylon, lace trimmed full slips in their original gift boxes: Ro Jene Lingerie, Van Raalte Opaquelon, Mary Barrol Loomcraft and New Form. Never worn, peach silk tap pants, size 21. Never worn sleep wear: Chase pink rayon bed jacket with Montgomery Ward price tag, peach satin 2 piece pajamas, Radcliffe floor length nightgown in floral print, pink silk floor length nightgown with insert lace & satin flowers, Mandarin Textiles Ltd. ladies yellow pajamas – 2 piece set in box with tags. Early 1900's cotton slip with wide embroidered ruffle. Satin lined black fur muff. Two 4 full mink fur wraps with Halle Bros. and Stern & Mann labels. Wrap with 3 full minks.

Black pearl Lucite purse with clear hinged lid, chrome trim and hardware and swivel handle. Ivory pearl Lucite purse with carved clear hinged lid, swivel handle and brass hardware. Enid Collins of Texas “Flower Box” box bag with natural wood coloring adorned with beads, brass hardware, vanity mirror inside lid, signed, paper hang tag. Clear confetti Lucite basket weave purse with carved hinged lid, swivel handle and brass hardware. Enid Collins, black, wooden box bag with rhinestone flowers. Black beaded evening bag with label; “Sagil, Paris France, Hand Made”. Cut steel and glass bead purse with embossed frame. Majestic silver and gold tone metal, woven box purse. Small pierced metal box purse with gold confetti lid, possibly Pamart. Hardcover collector's reference book: “Carry Me! 1950's Lucite handbags An American Fashion” by Janice Berkson. 

Barbara Lee 1930 black straw and horsehair picture hat in original Wm. Taylor Son & Co. hat box, original paper label on bottom of box with dated paid stamp. Late 1940's to early 1950's Norman Durand Original tilt hat with ostrich feather plumes. Late 1940's to early 1950's Nat Frank narrow brim, fuchsia, velvet hat with velvet flowers and ostrich feather plumes. Celluloid hat ornaments, hat pins, hair comb, hairpin.

67” X 70” all hand done, wool and wool challis crazy quilt, in rich hues, mostly solid colors with some plaids, prints and textured solids, fill appears to be burlap and cotton batting, solid fine wool backing, signed with a stitched bee, probably the maker's mark.. 70” X 84” all hand done, white and dusty rose summer weight applique quilt, solid color cotton fabrics, loads of quilting at 10-12 stitches per inch. 70” by 82” all hand done, blue and black cotton quilt, hand tied, blocks are alternating black and blue colored strips with herringbone stitch used to connect blocks, print backing, made by an 80 year old's Grandmother.

FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, MILITARY, FLAGS: Please note: Firearms remain with the consignors until they bring them to the hall on auction day. Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC is a Federal Firearms Licensee (FFL), 4473 forms will be filled out and NICS background checks run for ALL firearm sales.

WWII issued German Luger, model P.08, 9mm, magazine, holster, case manual, “The Parabellum”, all parts matching serial numbers including the magazine, unmarked open hold, excellent bore. WWII M1 .30 carbine, IBM Mfg., IBM type 2 beautiful hi wood oval cut stock, CMP issue bar/rec with COA, 2 magazines in Avery 1942 stock pouch. WWII M1 Garand, .30 caliber, Springfield Armory, Sept. 1943, CMP issue with COA, beech stock with walnut upper and lower hand guards, not import stamped and as received from CMP. German P38, AC44, Walther 1944 production, 4 serialized parts matching, period correct magazine, not import stamped. Post war, Walther P38, 1964, matching, original box, test target, appears to be unfired, not import stamped, excellent condition. 10 boxes of 50 cartridges each ball carbine caliber .30 M1, Lake City, Ammunition Plant. 2 cans, each with 280 rounds in 8 round clips, cartridges caliber .30 M2, Lake City 1967 and 1968.

Volumes 1, 2, 3 “Winchester For Over A Century” by Bill West, all 1st editions and all author signed and dated, all in wonderful condition, hard covers. “The Book Of The Springfield” by E.C. Crossman, 1951, hard cover with dust jacket. 3 Luger books: “Luger Variations” volume 1 by Harry E. Jones, author signed, copyright 1959, second printing 4/1964, hard cover with dust jacket, “The Luger Pistol” by Fred Datig, 1st edition 1955, hard cover with dust jacket and “The Luger Pistol” Enlarged & Revised, hard cover with dust jacket. WWI “Handbook of The Lewis Machine Gun – Airplane Type”, model 1917-18, caliber .30, Savage Arms Corp., with fold out at back. Binder with 44 military and war photos plus some articles, mostly Viet Nam, many photos annotated on back from US Defense Dept., Marine Corps, Navy, etc., mostly 8” X 10”.

WWII trench art, 4 piece tea/coffee service with tea pot, coffee pot, creamer and sugar made from brass cartridge or artillery shells. Large caliber ordinance artillery cartridges or shells, 4.7” M24 – 1944, 40 mm L/70 and 40mm 1943, nice shape! WWII German, single decal, Luftwaffe helmet with liner. WWII, Imperial US M3 trench knife with US M8 scabbard marked B.M. Co. 1939 RZM M7/14 R.D. Luneschloss Hitler youth knife. Ames Mfg. Co., model 1852, naval officer's sword, marked Ames Mfg. Co., Chicopee, Mass. Very interesting, 1940-1945 collection of many letters sent to and from WWII concentration camps, each has been translated into English on a separate sheet as prisoners were forced to correspond only in German, all are protected in sleeves and are housed in a binder, also included; a response for a request for Adolf Hitler's autograph and a German military ID and passport. “1944” by Per Aldor, holocaust survivor, his book, probably 1st edition, with his drawings depicting “The atrocities of the German occupation – horror, human madness and misery”, soft cover, 1944 in red on cover. “Budapest 1944” by Stephen Zador, his intro and drawings of March 19, 1944 and 46 days after, German invasion of Hungary, “Budapest has been sacked, pillaged and devastated past recognition”, probably 1st edition, soft cover. WWII Japanese silk “Good Luck” flag 20” X 13”, traditional gift for Japanese servicemen deployed during military campaigns, particularly WWII. WWII Japanese internment camp, hand carved and hand painted bird pin, marked; Kinglet B. What branch of the service did one of our auction gang retire from and how long served and how many countries in during service? Be the first after 3PM to tell Karen and you get a prize!

42 star 1890 US flag with dancing stars, 3' X 2', probably clamp dyed, this is called an unofficial stamp count as 1 day before it would become official on July 4, 1890, Idaho became the 43rd state on July 3, 1890. 45 star US flag, 5' X 10', marked “Standard”, stitched stars and stripes, 1896-1908. 48 star US flag, marked “Navy”, 8' X 16', stitched stars and stripes. 49 star US flag, 7/4/59-7/3/60, 3' X5', Bulldog bunting, stitched stripes, sewn stars.

ANTIQUE FURNITURE, CLOCKS, LAMPS: Set of 5, matching, Eames DCM (dining chair, metal) chairs with molded plywood seats and backs on metal frames, impressed mark on underside of seats. From France, gorgeous, early 1900's double pedestal sideboard with hand carved crest, center shell design, burl veneers, each pedestal has 1 drawer over 1 blind door – transports in 3 pieces; top shelf with back and 2 pedestals, 85” long and 29” deep. From France, late 1800's, chiffonier with great details; beveled mirrors, spoon carved, turned spindles, galley at bottom, hand made dovetailing, transports in 2 pieces – top section and bottom section, 54” wide. (The sideboard and chiffonier are from a family who lived all over the world and brought back their furnishings when they returned to the USA.) Folk art, painted cupboard or Kas with 1 recessed panel door, beautiful hand painting, 61” tall X 45” wide X 21” deep. 2 door armoire in dark wood finish, 46” wide X 78” tall X 17 1/4” deep, nice manageable size. Antique peer mirror, spoon carved cherry with marble top base, mirror measures 6' 18” tall by 29” wide. Unusual, half round smoking stand with 2 paneled doors, curved and notched apron, metal lined. Corner chair with caned seat and back, turned spindles. Eastlake marble top parlor table with rose colored marble. Pair of matching side table with inlaid veneers, leather top, 1 drawer, bottom shelf, 20 1/2” square. Newer, Dolphin base table 36” diameter round glass top, 29” tall. Cast metal footrest with oil cloth top, marked EZ Foot Rest & Mfg. Co., STA. B., Clevd., O., said to have been used on the railroad in Cleveland.

Brass hanging light fixture with 4 hanging glass globes, completely rebrassed and rewired, hangs 18” in length from the ceiling, ceiling mount is 16 1/4” in diameter, globes have 2 1/4” fitters. Art Deco slag glass, double socket lamp with cream metal overlay and butterscotch slag glass shade, cream metal base, 21 1/4” tall. Working, double socket, polychrome figural canaries table lamp with green glass shade. Made in Germany, French Bulldog perfume lamp, needs rewiring. Pair electric dresser lamps with blue, Fenton coin dot fonts on marble & brass bases and etched shades. 2 small hurricane lamps with hand painted fonts and shades. Newer, wall bracket lamp with blue glass, diamond quilted shade.

Working, Junghans key wind mantel clock with architectural style case, strikes on hour and half hour. Working, Waterbury key wind “Enfield” model mantel clock in beehive style case, strikes on hour and half hour. Working, E. Ingraham “Doric” model shelf clock, key wind, strikes on hour and half hour. Waterbury, key wound, parlor clock in porcelain case, does not run consistently. Working, E. Ingraham kitchen or shelf clock with key, strikes on ½ hour.

CAR, GAS, OIL: Working, 48” wide, light up Sunoco sign by Cummings Signs 796-3, in yellow, blue and red. Polarine Oils sign, 30” diameter, double sided, porcelain enamel. Texaco Sky Chief gasoline sign, 18” X 12”, porcelain enamel, marked: “3-40 Made In USA”. Firestone sign, 1 sided, metal, in copper color and white, 5' 11” tall X 13 1/2” wide, marked “A-309-7 Grace Brite by Grace Sign & Mfg. Co., St. Louis MO 92”. Convex, Atlantic Refining gas/oil porcelain enamel, pump sign, fried egg design 13” X 12”. Two 1947 gas pump signs, “For Use As A Motor Fuel Only Contains Lead (Tetraethyl)”, 6” X 7”, one has original label on back with instructions to filling stations. Gulf Dieselect pump sign, porcelain enamel, 8 1/2” X 11 3/8” at the widest. Pennzoil Safe Lubrication sign, double sided porcelain enamel, oval shaped, 31” X 18” marked: “Property of Pennzoil Company Beach, Coshocton, Ohio Made In USA”. 2 sided, metal Goodyear sign, 12” X 48”, marked “Property of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., A-M 11-75”. Visible gas pump, double sided gas price sign with cards to change the price and bracket, 12” X 7”. Gulf oil pump, pump and lower can, marked: “Property of Gulf Refining Co. on pump.11” diameter, porcelain enamel Texaco Aviation Gasoline sign. 11 3/4” diameter, porcelain enamel Cadillac Authorized Service sign. 11 3/4” diameter, porcelain enamel Chrysler Plymouth Approved Service sign.

4 working, green exterior and white interior porcelain enamel hanging lights, 18” diameter X 20” tall, marked “Benjamin Made In USA”. Atlas Auto Lamps service or gas station counter display cabinet with contents of over 100 untested bulbs, metal with plexiglass lid, 20” long X 11 3/4” deep X 9 1/2” tall at the back. 1920's Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil 5 gallon rocker can with spout and cap by Louis Can Co. Gargoyle Mobiloil A one gallon can with Japanese writing on 2 sides. Ellisco, model ES-5D, 5 gallon service station test measure in old red paint, metal tag, 21” tall. 10 gallon, embossed Sunoco, oil can by Ellisco with double handles, metal tag and Ellisco cap attached to chain, 26” tall. 10 gallon, Ellisco oil can, embossed horizontal ribs, double handles, Ellisco cap, metal tag, 27” tall. Sunoco Mercury Made Motor Oil 2 gallon can with lid. 5 gallon Shell gas/oil can in yellow and red with wire bale and wood handle, caps for pour spout and fill hole. 5 gallon Sunoco motor oil can with wire bale and wood handle, caps for pour spout and fill hole, in blue and yellow. 2 gallon Trailway motor oil can with yellow cap. 2 gallon Saphire motor oil can.

Gas pump globes: Fleet Wing with 2 glass lenses and plastic Capcolite frame, Clark with 2 glass lenses and plastic frame, Plymouth with 2 glass lenses and plastic frame, Mobiloil with 1 glass lens licensed by Mobil Oil Corp., plastic frame and mounting bracket. Ford Mustang AM push button radio, Philco, marked: “Fo Mo Co 28-14675-8”, untested. Car vase with mounting bracket in green pressed glass with floral and diamond pattern, 7 1/2” tall. Retractable car cigarette lighter, marked “Presto”, M.S. Mfg. Co., Chicago, cord pulls out and retracts, untested. Car clock by Doza Watch MY, Swiss, 15 jewels, 2 adjustments, Brevet #33236, case marked “Doxa Watch MY Swiss 1409839”, 8 day wind up, works for short periods, may be over wound, face also marked “The Cowell & Hubbard Co” (seller's of the clock), Doxa car clocks were used by Bugatti, Mercedes, Peugeot and others. Working, Westclox Art Deco car clock, with dash board mounting bracket, 8 day wind up, metal case with leaf design. Working, Waltham 8 day wind up car clock, black dial with white numbers, no crystal just a plastic covering. 3 light traffic signal, 12” and 8” lenses in red, yellow and blue, hanging bracket, 33 1/2” tall without bracket, electrified to blink lights alternately, top section marked LFE and bottom 2 sections marked Alusig. Crouse Hinds, 2 light traffic signal, yellow and red 8” lenses, hanging bracket, 20” long. Working, “Police Regulation Park-O-Meter” parking meter, 2 hour limit, 1 or 2 nickels, 19” overall. Mid 1950's Goodyear copper press plate, 17” X 11 3/4”, plate of letter signed by Paul Litchfield 1875-1959 urging people to write representatives regarding bills dealing with a national highway system.

ITEMS OF SPECIAL NOTE: 2 Victor 1 cent baseball theme gumball flip vending machines on posts with cast iron Atlas bases. “U Select It” 15 cent vending machine by Coan Mfg. Co. Madison, Wisconsin, serial #B12533 (said to have come from a rest stop on the Ohio Turnpike and held cigarettes). Brass “KKK Member In Good Standing” medal. Pair of satin/frosted glass KKK figurines, 4 5/8” tall. Buddy L Wrigley's Gum Railway Express pressed steel truck, 24 1/2” long, Made In USA A-865. Wyandotte LaSalle sedan in pressed steel with white rubber tires, 1930's, 15” long, as pictured in “American Insider's Guide To Toys & Games” by M. Luke, page 182. Working, Hoge Fire Chief pressed steel, wind up with working siren, 14” long, hand brake, left red reflector. Trikauto The Circus Wonder wind up car by Strauss, No. 53 with original box, 7 1/2” long, not running. Working, Marx wind up tractor with original box, 8” long, silver with hand brake and driver. Working and complete Sandy Andy, See-Saw No. 61 sand toy with original box and Sandy Andy booklet, tin litho in pink with black silhouettes by Wolverine. Sandy Andy, Over & Under No. 28 tin litho wind up race car with track, by Wolverine, working & fun! Arcade, cast iron, Century of Progress 1933 World's Fair, Greyhound bus, 11 1/2” long, white rubber tires, marked 1933 A.M.C., see page 73 of “American Insider's Guide To Toys & Games”, M. Luke, 2002 for one a bit longer. Arcade, cast iron, Century of Progress 1933 World's Fair, Railplane with white rubber tires, futuristic design, 8 3/4” long. Arcade, cast iron, McCormick Deering threshing machine, 12” long overall. Magic lantern with 12 slides, wood case, instructions, oil lamp, attributed to Ernst Plank, Germany, barrel type, black painted tin, wood base board. “Exploring” board game, Glevum series, British Manufacture, Made In England with 4 metal playing pieces, 1 die, fold out game board, original box. “Grand National Steeple Chase” board game by The Canada Games Co., with board, 4 wood playing pieces, 2 dice, 2 shakers, instruction sheet and original box. Ideal Toy children's dishes plus some Ideal flatware. Casige German child's sewing machine with instruction pamphlet and table clamp. Kayanee sew master child's sewing machine. Schoenhut child's piano with song book. Schoenhut xylophone. Vintage marbles, as found, unsorted, some handmade, shooters, agates, solids, Benningtons, clay, many others. Erector set in metal case. Vintage kid's books; Linnette, Cloth-Like, nursery rhymes, fairy tales, picture books and others. Barclay and Manoil lead soldiers, nurse, cowboys, Indians, etc. Spencer microscope, Buffalo, NY, in cast and brass, serial #113381 with Spencer lenses. Pair carriage lanterns. Marked, 1948 C & O Railroad (Chesapeake & Ohio) 9 1/4” tall carafe in heavy glass and silver solder, full 5 ½ cup size. Walthers Cornerstone, HO scale, USS (US Steel), The Works Series items: unsealed but never out of box Blast Furnace 933-3054, sealed Electric Furnace 933-3056, sealed Coke Ovens & Quencher 933-3053, never out of box Rolling Mill 933-3052, related brochures & “The History and Modeling of Steel” by Dean Freytag, sealed Walthers limited edition 3 pack Slag Car 932-3141, sealed Walthers HO FM H10-44 USS #14 locomotive 932-1335, sealed US Steel 3 pack Coke Car 932-3091, sealed Heavy Duty Crane 933-3150.

Black Americana, 32” tall, cast iron silent butler floor ashtray with man in tuxedo holding tray with ashtray and match holder. Cast iron mechanical banks: working Paddy & Pig, working Uncle Sam, mostly working World's Fair Columbus, working Kicking Cow, not working Teddy & The Bear, these all came from 1 consignor, they were her Dad's when she was young. Cast iron, horse drawn fire hose cart, 20” long overall. Traditional folk art face jug, 10” tall, signed Dexter (Gary) of South Carolina. Signed R. Kale, traditional folk art face jug, 10” tall, Kale Pottery Catawba N.C. 13” X 8” stained glass “Exit” sign.

Sterling Multi-Products Inc., Multimixer model 9B, 3 spindle soda fountain machine, 5 stainless cups, 5 glass fountain glasses. “Drink Norka Orange” 24” X 24” tin metal advertising sign by Stout Sign Co., St. Louis, MO. Welch's grape juice cardboard bottle carrier with “Pow & Wow the Woo Woo Indians Outfoxed By Foxy-Loxy”, copyright 1956 with 3 Welch's grape juice bottles. 1936 Coca-Cola tray with lady in evening gown, American Art Works, Coshocton, O., Made In USA. 21” X 14” Batman Ice Cream Novelties poster, copyright National Periodical Publications, Inc., 1966. Brach's No. 9710 wire counter display stand, 10 cent candy advertising signs on top and bottom, made by Keystone Metal Products, Hebron, IL. DeKalb 2 sided, metal, winged ear seed sign on metal bracket/post, rotates 360 degrees. Hand made and hand painted, 26” tall wooden mechanic figure with electric light. Porcelain enamel, Mail Pouch Tobacco advertising thermometer, 39” tall by 8” wide. Crystal Arcade wall mount coffee grinder with marked Arcade lid and marked Arcade catch cup.

Marked “Germany” 29” tall feather tree in white with berries and wooden base. Marked “Made in USA” 28” tall feather tree in green with berries and wooden base. Dresden Christmas ornament, baby in hammock, 7 1/2” long, as pictured on page 198 “Pictorial Guide To Christmas Ornaments & Collectibles” by George Johnson, 2004. Dresden Christmas ornament, angel with Dresden wings, and halo, 11” tall, similar in same book as previous ornament, page 196. 2 lead Santas or Belsnickles, polychrome, 5 1/8” and 4 1/2” tall. Set of 6 German felt covered animals, possibly over composition with wood feet, some with metal tag marked “Germany”, elephant, horse, camel, donkey, cow, bull. Vintage celluloid figures & animals: elephant and donkey with red eyes, 2 lions, 2 lionesses, 2 lion cubs, 2 African warriors.

10 1/2” long, dove tail spear point believed to be a “Gray Ghost” or replica, possibly made by knapper Bryan Reinhardt. Framed collection of 12 arrowhead specimens and 1 flint hook. Fossil fish specimen, 9 1/2” long X 2 1/2” tall X 3 1/2” wide, from Brazil, possibly from the Santana Formation. Carved, birch bulldog head, stout walking stick with detailed facial features, open mouth, shell tongue and teeth, leather studded collar, 47” long. Blackthorn walking stick/cane with warthog tusk handle and sterling band, 37 1/2” long. Stacked horn disc cane with 6” horn grip, 35” long. German, ebony presentation cane, etched marked “Christmas 1882” in German. Carved snake walking stick. Hawthorn walking stick with “Stocknagel” German hiking badges and antler grip. Hawthorn cane. Hawthorn cane with German hiking badges. Signed LW 93, nautical theme, carved walking stick with inlay and serpent grip. 4 Utagawa Toyokuni I vertical oban woodblock prints of Kubuki stage actors, image sizes 9 3/4” X 14 5/8”. Signed and dated 1938 Hungary, hand painted laquerware box with serenade of a young lady scene.

Battle of White Plains 2 cent souvenir stamp sheet, first of it's kind, issued for the International Philatelic Exhibition on October 18, 1926. Group of 40 plus railroad related postcards. Group of 40 WWI military and soldier postcards, 8 by Wall, 9 are Greetings From Camp Sherman in Chillicothe, OH, 6 are real photo marked “Dix” and “Rex”, 15 by Archie Gunn and 1 of Pershing. Postcards: holiday, Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving, birthday, embosssed, some German and printed in Germany, Kewpie, travel, some unused, local interest. Over 100 postcards of all sorts, holiday, greeting, etc along with a vintage empty postcard album for you to fill. Group of 58 artist “signed” postcards. 30 postcard size photos of planes and bombers. Reference book: “Picture Postcards In The Unite States 1893-1918” by George & Dorothy Miller. Pinback buttons: advertising, garden club, birthday, shuffleboard club, Audubon Society and others. Old photos. Binder loaded with old letters, bills, receipts, telegrams, notices, agreements, indentures, etc., many on company letterheads or bills, etc. Glass negative in wood developing frame of horse drawn farm machinery.

Leonardo Nunes Ukulele of Koa, brass frets, probably a soprano at 21”, has “Ukulele O'Hawaii, Leonardo Nunes Maker, Copyright 1916” decal. B.G. La Meravigliosa, Italy piano accordion with 120 bass keys in hard shell case. Working, Yamaha PSR-260 portable keyboard with stand, instruction booklet, song book. Omega acoustic guitar, model 636, in soft shell case with music books.

Katherine's Collection 56” monkey dolls; Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI, early production pieces, long retired, by Wayne Kleski based in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. 2 Katherine's Collection resin frog figures, approx. 4” tall. Katherine's Collection peacock feather hand fan. 37” tall floor vase with roses and gilding, filled with feathery plumes. Sealed in box, Collector Barbie Harley Davidson motorcycle #2. Green Instrument Company, Green engraver pantograph machine with numerous brass letter and number templates, cutters and other accessories. Wicker suitcase with original metal latches, used by Czech immigrants when they came to the USA, circa 1920. Flemish Art Co., New York hand carved with pyrography wooden plaque with hanging hare and fowl, mosaic glass inlaid at edges, 20 1/4” long by 9 1/4” wide oval.

2 sets of 4 each, Marlboro man promotional mugs in original shipping boxes. K B & B (Kaufman Bros. & Bondy) 1920's-30's, tobacco premium, miniature pipe of galvanized rubber or gutta percha with claw foot design. Carved Tyrolean “Bruyere Garantie” pipe with inscription “Pozdrav z Prahy” (greetings from Prague). Benson & Hedges promotional advertising tray. Marble ashtray. 1953 Zippo lighter in original box. 1973 Zippo Ronrico Rum lighter in original box. 1960 and 1993 Zippo lighters, appear to be unused. Advertising windproof lighter, “R.M. Slife & Assoc.”. Slik Lite advertising lighter “John's Whore House”. Colibri slim lighter in original box, Quantum flameless. Ronson and advertising lighters, tobacco tins.

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

5. We may hold purchased items until checks or credit card payments clear our bank. 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.

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