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Auctioneer Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC - Barbara Masterson & Robin Brabander Auctioneers 330-421-9263
Auction Date Jan 27 Auction
1480 Pearl Road
Brunswick, OH
Time 04:00PM
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A large auction full of variety! Slot cars, bar signs, pre-prohibition shot and beer glasses, vintage toys, silver coins, vintage clothing, steins, primitives, Fireman’s parade ribbons, barware, crocks & jugs, clocks, quilts & textiles, cameras, prints & originals, furniture, kitchen, books, glass & pottery, nesting dolls, typewriters, 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!

Antique & Collectible Auction

Saturday, January 27th, 2018

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.

A large auction full of variety! Slot cars, bar signs, pre-prohibition shot and beer glasses, vintage toys, silver coins, vintage clothing, steins, primitives, Fireman’s parade ribbons, barware, crocks & jugs, clocks, quilts & textiles, cameras, prints & originals, furniture, kitchen, books, glass & pottery, nesting dolls, typewriters, 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!

BARWARE, SIGNS, PRE-PROHIBITION SHOT & BEER GLASSES: Working, neon Carling (Black Label) beer sign, 32” long X 10” tall, marked: DBL-84 Carling Brewing Co., can sit or hang. 22” X 15” framed, Pabst Blue Ribbon mirror with print, “Common Loon”, 1991 Collector's Edition. 26” X 18” framed Budweiser mirror, 1999. 48” X 11 3/4” metal Budweiser sign by Deco-Sign Products. 36” long X 25 1/2” tall tin Budweiser sign, 1992 “Item #042-202”. 25 1/2” tall Moosehead Beer tin sign. 29” X 21” framed, Busch Beer sign with Dale Earnhardt. 31” tall Icehouse tin sign, Plank Road Brewery. 30” tall Miller High Life tin sign, bottle shaped, #01-23474DS. Samuel Adams lager tin sign 17” X 14”. 24” X 36” Budweiser advertising poster on cardboard stock, marked: “Item #395, Anheuser Busch, Inc., St. Louis, MO”, poster shows 8 breeds of horses, said to be from 1950's. Pfeiffer's Brewing Co. figure by Plasto Mfg. Carling Brewing Company employee ID badge and employee newsletter. Farber Bros Krome-Kraft decanter with Bakelite handle, knob & spout cap with oval tray and 6 stems with colored glass. 6 piece shot glass set in metal stand. Chrome martini set with shaker with ruby red handle and 6 stems with chrome bases and removable ruby red glass bowls. 2 Waterford wine bottle stoppers “Star of Erin”. Marked “Moser” 14” tall decanter with numbered stopper, sleek design. Cut crystal decanter with stopper.

German steins: Pewter lid with fox handle – marked “Copyright MR 722 Germany”, probably Marzi & Remy. Souvenir of Frankfort with pewter lid marked “MR 3056-Marzi & Remy”. Gerz with pewter lid. Marzi & Remy 503 with pewter lid. Made in Germany stein. Figural goat mug with Masonic symbols. 11/5/68 beer festival mug from Portugal. Goebel clown mug, incised 74 313 13. Goebel mug with German man holding stein. Mullinger pewter goblet. Cachaca decanter (Cachaca is a Brazilian spirit similar to rum) used to make cocktails, the most famous of which is the Caipirinha, decanter is made of bamboo with image of inebriated man on front. Carved, wooden pub scene, handmade and signed by Colette Hogan, Puckane Community Crafts, Ltd. Tullamore Dew Irish whiskey jug. Metal, draped nude lady figure holding a decanter and a goblet with rhinestone accents. “Trombone” cocktail shaker by Napier in silver plate. Floor standing glass ice bucket.

Pre-prohibition beer & shot glasses: 3 Edelweiss Schoenhofen beer glasses, one enameled and 2 etched, 3 5/8” tall. 38 pre-pro shot glasses, most etched with names such as: Nelle-O Wines, Ed. T. Murrin Liquor Dealer, Old Cabinet, Pfeiffer's, Royal Velvet, Maryland Pride Stern Bros., Ewitt, W.R. Riley Dist. Co., Queen Bee, Yellowstone, Capitol O-K Whiskey, “No. 1” Creme de la Creme Whiskey, Old Maid Whiskey, Old Private Stock, Fine Old Ky Taylor Whiskey, O! So Good Rieger's, Jas. R. Ross, Cane Spring, Sunny Brook The Pure Food Whiskey, Old Cabinet Pennsylvania Rye, Compliments of Brookville Cincinnati, O., Harvest King, Klein Bros., Detrick Distillery, Reagan & Imorde, Home Made Whiskey 75 cents Full Quart B. Weiss – E. Pitts., Old Hudson, Kahn's, Livingston Thompson, Drink Lenox Whiskey, Marble Springs, Purity Guaranteed Riley.

VINTAGE CLOTHING – LADIES' & BABIES', PURSES, TEXTILES, QUILTS: Circa 1920's black, crepe satin, long sleeve dress with wide satin band with rhinestone and Bakelite buckle at drop waist. 1920's-30's purple crepe, floor length, short sleeve evening dress with glass beaded bodice front and neckline. Early 1900's black wool floor length, pleated skirt with woven ribbon insert trim in each pleat. Early 1900's white cotton, floor length slip with insert lace and wide eyelet lace ruffle. Red nubby wool, car length coat with mink collar by Wellington Fashions. Blue wool coat with dyed gray mink collar by Printzess Fashion. Car length, brown mink coat with Kaufman's label, size 12. Black velvet skirt and matching vest, size 9/10. The Villager floor length, plaid wool skirt, size 8. Polsky's of Akron wool tweed jacket and skirt. Tailored by Harlan black velvet pants, size 14. “The Suit” black velvet short jacket, size 9/10. Lady's Oriental embroidered jacket with dragon design and frog front closures. Satin night cap with tatted crown and edging. Satin night cap with crocheted crown and edging. Possibly celluloid glove box. Volupte hand shaped compact. Mirrored dresser tray with 2 matching perfumes and 1 perfume atomizer. Stocking and handkerchief box with ladies' hankies and crocheted gloves. Folding basket purse of bamboo slats. Decoupage basket purse with butterflies and black velvet trim. Walborg white beaded purse. Lennox brown suede clutch purse. Black wool felt handbag with coin purse. Magid silver beaded evening purse. Hand crocheted baby bonnet with hand written note, circa 1917-18. 1917 and 1926 cradle roll certificates. Hand embroidered bunny baby bib. Embroidered cotton baby dress. Framed cradle roll Sunday School certificate, 1926 with litho of young children. Child's cotton print parasol with bamboo handle. 40” X 43” green and white pieced baby quilt with embroidered animals in each block, hand quilted. 36” X 48” yellow and white pieced baby quilt with embroidered children, animals or birds in each block, hand quilted. 38” X 54” embroidered baby quilt with a clown as center design. Sewing box with contents some needle books, wooden darners, vintage buttons.

Half and full bib aprons, mostly unused, some embroidered, smocked. Handmade crocheted napkin holder, crocheted potholders, dish cloth sewn into pants - novelty dish cloths. Days of the week embroidered kitchen towels with kittens. Box lots of doilies, runners, table squares, pot holders, embroidery, crochet, cut work, linen kitchen towels, guest towels, prints, applique, stripes. 92” X 106” quilt in red, white and blue star pattern, machine pieced and hand quilted, excellent condition. 64” X 86” quilt top in the "Fans” pattern, pinks and pastels on white, machine pieced with lines marked for quilting pattern.

COINS, SILVER, COMMEMORATIVE COINS: 30 silver dollars, Morgan and Peace. Silver fifty cent coins including 1845O. Silver quarter dollars. Silver dimes. Silver clad fifty cent Kennedy. Large cents, ½ cents, 2 cents, 3 cents. 1951 Booker T. Washington silver fifty cent coin. 1986 US Liberty silver $1 dollar with Liberty fifty cent proof in case with COA. 1986 Liberty 50 cent proof in case. 4 Eisenhower uncirculated $1, 40% silver, 1971 – 1974 in envelopes with COA's. Constitution bicentennial silver eagle, ½ troy ounce, .999 silver, 24k gold electroplated in case with COA. US Mint 1984 uncirculated Los Angeles Olympic silver $1 set, P, D, S in case with COA. 1989 Chinese 1 ounce silver, panda 10 yuan, double sealed. US Mint Mt. Rushmore anniversary coins, 1991 2 coin proof set with silver $1 proof and 50 cent proof in case with COA. US Mint 1999 Yellowstone National Park commemorative proof silver $1 in box, case with COA. 2000 eagle, .999 silver $1 in color in case with COA. 2002 euro and state quarter collection in sleeve with 12 euros and 5 quarters. US Mint 1991 Mt. Rushmore anniversary, uncirculated 50 cent in box with COA. 1988 United Kingdom brilliant uncirculated and proof coin collections in packaging. 1988 silver, proof UK 1 pound coin, 9.50 grams .925 silver in case with COA. Bitcoins and 1 litecoin, copper, silver plated. Australian $1, 1 ounce .999 silver coins: 2004 Kookaburra and 2002 Horse. 3 ounce .999 silver bar, Ft. Larned by National Banker in box with COA. 1 ounce .999 silver bars; Silvertowne prospector, APMEX and Medlar's ½ ounce silver bar, National Refiners – Refiners. V nickels, buffalo nickels. Indian head and wheat pennies. Transit tokens. Other coins.

VINTAGE TOYS, SLOT CARS: AMT TR-180 authentic model turnpike road racing set, 1 /25th scale with 2 cars: Ford Galaxie and Ford Impala, track in great condition, no breaks in tab connectors, lap counter complete with instructions, missing sticker sheet and operating manual. Tyco slot cars: 25th anniversary Pontiac stocker #25 in chrome, '82 Camero Z-28 #8 in yellow/black/red, '86 T-Bird stocker 7 Eleven in white/blue/red, GM Petty stocker #43 in blue/red, Pontiac Fiero #23 in white/red/yellow with black sunroof, Mustang Kilbourn Fire Chief, Porsche #78 maximum heat red, Corvette X2 #67 in red/white, Magnum 440X2 Budweiser #2 and Pennzoil, Porsche #56 yellow/black, Lamborghini in red. Tyco #6214 Race & Chase set, no box. Tyco #6220 Cliff Hanger with Nite Glow, no box. Tyco various track pieces and track accessories. Monogram 1958 missile arsenal, 1 full set plus 2 partial sets and partial decal sheets. Lindberg Products, Inc. Bobtail “T” model kit #690M:998, 1 1/2” = 1 foot scale, partially constructed. General Motors 1958 “Sixty Special” Fleetwood dealer promo car, Jo-Han Models, Inc. Marx battery op TWA Boeing jet #J-9300, needs work. Lindberg Line F-104 Jet Fighter, 1/4” = 1 foot model kit, incomplete. 1963 Watkins Strathmore High Flying Jet Kites, incomplete. Kenner's 1960 motorized girder & panel and bridge & turnpike building set #8. Ertl 1/18 scale Plymouth Prowler die cast vehicle in box. Golden Wheel 1/18 scale die cast 1940 Ford replica, premier edition in box.

Early 1900s Richter's Comet Blocks, stone building blocks in 3 colors in original wooden box with litho on sliding lid, diagrams for building different types of buildings in color. 1920's Hindu Crystal Ball “Do You Know? Answers All Questions with Crystal Ball” in original box with instruction and answer pamphlet. Steiff rabbit or bunny with basket on back #312 with original tag and button, made in Germany. Figural revolver glass candy container with metal cap, large size. Wood building blocks in wood case. 100 year old, hand made wooden peg game with pegs. Humdinger Puzzle For Puzzle Bugs in original box, complete with instructions and solution. 1940's Hallmark Dolls From The Land of Make Believe Collector's Album complete with all 16 paper dolls. 1948 Hallmark Dolls of The Nations Collector's Album complete with all 16 paper dolls. 3 box lots paper dolls, all have been at least partially cut out. Cast iron, marked Arcade tractor #359, 5 1/4” long overall. 11” tall Rolly Toys, West Germany, rolly polly clown with somewhat evil face. Tarzan Spin & See Magic Movie with 9 movies, 1966 Banner. 8mm Abbott & Costello #B14 Riot On Ice movie. Super 8 movie “Popeye Triple Feature”, Son of Zorro UA 201, Terrytoon Teddy Bears #224. Fisher Price xylophone #870 with wooden base and wheels. Fisher Price Jolly Jumping Jack. Mr. Potato Head. Made in Hungary, Boba Fet Pez dispenser. Uncle Sam's Store Register in chrome by Durable Toy & Novelty Co. 6 piece wooden train with loco, tender, caboose and 3 cars, wooden wheels. “Tiny Little Golden Books”. Library of Games by Russell - “Big Little Card Games” complete with 6 games in holder. Vintage children's books. Card games, playing cards, all complete: “Touring” with instructions, “Pit” with instructions, Hearts, Snap, Whist, Cheer-Up, US Playing cards #500. Dice in various sizes.

FURNITURE, CLOCKS, LAMPS, PRINTS: 2 items from people who lived all over the world and brought back to US: Welsh cupboard with 2 shelves in shallow top over wider base with 2 blind doors, drop pulls, 42” wide X 73” tall X 18” deep overall, a great primitive, (think about the movie “Quiet Man” when she wanted her “cupboard” and all the things that should go into it!), the narrower top portion was to display the plates, cups, dishes, etc. and the bottom was for storage of the other treasured items. Mahogany sideboard, hand made dovetails, 2 drawers over 2 blind doors, back splash, drop pull handles, 45” wide X 37” tall X 20”, a great country piece. Primitive table, 71” long X 27” deep, probably was once used as a maid/servant work table in a large kitchen, now has many purposes. Trunk with a slight hump back of planks, large dovetail construction, metal banding and wrought bale side handles. 46” diameter pine table with 6 spindle back chairs. Small 1 door stand in oak. Grain bin. Oak church pew, nice size. Small bench or table with shelf below, turned legs. Low, flat top, wooden storage trunk with wood trim. Low, flat top trunk in black with wood trim, great for under bed.

Brass student lamp with green glass shade, marked: “Manhattan Brass Co.”, last patent date 1879, lamp was probably originally a whale oil lamp. Vintage, green porcelain enamel, industrial light shade with white interior, 15 3/4” diameter with ceiling mount. Working, carved wagon lamp. 24 glass prisms. 34 two part prisms, 2 1/4” long with round bead top and tear drop bottom. 20 prisms; 10 two piece - 3” with round top and teardrop bottom and 5 that measure 3” in iridescent, 4 three part with tear drop and 2 round bead 3 1/8”, 1 round ball. Pair, mantel lamps with hurricanes and prisms which have gold and enamel decoration. Pair, newer 12” tall candle pillars. Newer, metal wall sconce in turquoise with oval mirror. R. McDowell Belfast, tambour mantel clock, Westminster chimes on hour and ½ hour, working. Kienzle mantel clock, model 16, Westminster chimes on hour and ½ hour, no key. Badische Uhrenfabric mantel clock, strikes on hour and ½ hour, working. Las Vegas battery op die clock, working. Master Crafters thermo plastic electric clock with girl on swing, runs, lights up girl does not swing. Seth Thomas wood case electric carriage alarm clock, working. Seth Thomas brass case, battery op alarm clock, carriage case, glow in dark hands, working. Linden wind up alarm clock with glow in the dark hands, working.

20 1/2” X 25 1/2” framed litho “Our Heroes & Our Flags” cr. 1895 by Tapp & Ross, G. H. Buck & Co., features prominent Confederate generals. Frankie Buckley framed print “Teapot Collection”, 30” X 14”. 2 framed and matted Lyman Clough prints, hand signed on the glass 15” X 15”, teapot with tea cups. 17” X 12” framed “Landscape, Fruit & Flowers” Currier & Ives print. 16 1/2” square overall mirror with 3 1/4” wide oak frame, meant to be hung on the diagonal with applied carving and metal florets. 4 original watercolors, signed Angelini AWS (John M. Angelini 1921 – 12/10/2017), all professionally framed and matted 20” X 23 1/5”, rustic outdoor scenes very typical of his work with nature, forests, winter and changing seasons.

PORCELAIN, GLASS, POTTERY: Shelley: 4 sets “Lily of The Valley” cups & saucers in “Dainty” shape and “Lily of The Valley” cream and sugar. 3 “Thistle” cups & saucers in “dainty” shape. Other “Dainty” shape Shelley cup & saucer sets: “Wind Flower”, “Primrose”, “Dainty Blue”, “Blue Rock”. “Begonia” creamer & sugar set. “Harmony” dripware creamer. Teapot and covered sugar with silver overlay, marked Austria Victoria. Pair Oriental boy & girl planters, impressed mark, Gilner © Calif. 2 Oriental style planters and vase. Figural Oriental man decanter. 2 Oriental style elephants. Wall pocket in Oriental style design. Marked Belleek (early Lenox mark) with Ceramic Art Co. stamp, porcelain lemonade pitcher, late 1800's. Miniature tea set decorated with teddy bears. Hand painted porcelain 1 cup teapot with under plate. Pair rooster figurines, Japan. Hull Art vase 7-8 ½, Magnolia Matte. Hand painted teapot, creamer and covered sugar.

Vernon Kilns “Brown Eyed Susan”, Montecito shape dinnerware, 26 pieces: dinner plates, lug handle soup bowls, cups & saucers, bread & butter plates, chop plates. 2 Delphite Cherry Blossom pitchers, 6 footed tumblers. Delphite Cherry Blossom partial child's junior dinner set. Rowland & Marsellus Co. famous musicians and composers blue on white plate. Villeroy & Boch, Mettlach “Burgenland” 13 1/4” platter. Pickard China Co. plate made for the 75th anniversary of Ferro Corp. Red transferware soup bowl and shallow mug, Copeland Spode's Tower. Sadler teapot with pansies. Nippon creamer & sugar with violets. Royal Stuart cup & saucer with violets (April), Ebeling & Reuse bouquet of the month cup & saucer with violets (February). 2 signed Milo Dubrovnik tiles, Yugoslavia. Made in Japan pitcher with windmill design. Occupied Japan miniature windmill. Delft: sugar shaker, tea strainer, 2 small plaques. Cookson Pottery low or bulb bowl. Dancing semi nude, 4 part luster dish. Luster and gold dancing nude figure. Monmouth matte blue candle holders with paper label. Monmouth cabbage leaf 2 handle bowl. Green matte 6 1/4” vase marked 74A. Pigeon Forge 5” bowl with teal interior and 3 3/4” coaster. Roycrofters mug, “One Small Step” astronauts on moon mug. John R. Davis studio pottery candle holder with finger hold. Roselane goose figures. Pair Art Nouveau, ladies with flowing hair pin dishes or ashtrays. Marked Swarovski mouse with spring tail. Unmarked teeny crystal mouse. Porcelain basket with flowers with the mark of Societa Ceramica, Richard – Milan, Italy. Set of 5 bisque gnomes.

PRIMITIVES, CROCKS, KITCHEN: 2 wood and metal pulleys/block and tackle. Sickle. Urbana Mills poultry mash sacks. Planter's peanuts burlap sack. Vintage “Granville” bean pot by T.G. Green Ltd. Church Gresley, Made In England in 2 tone with tab handles, 1960's-70's. 5 gallon two tone jug with blue “5” in blue heart. 3 gallon jug in natural glaze. Large, cast iron kettle by Chattanooga Stove Co. Lone Star 8 with swivel lid and metal handle. 39” tall, working metal advertising thermometer Luminall paints. 3 Weir stoneware canners, patent 1901 all with lids and wire bales, 11”, 9” and 7 1/2”, all 2 tone. 24” tall Fast Foam fire extinguisher in copper with brass plate and original hose. Antique, wooden rice or grain basket, 14” square in tongue and groove construction with metal seam and corner bands, in old black paint. H.W. Hayden solid spun brass bucket or pail with wrought metal handle, 8” tall with mid 1800's patent dates. Bear head mount. Wall mount oil lamp with mounting bracket, reflector, lamp and hurricane. Hand lamp with brass puttied collar. Center table or sewing oil lamp with brass collar. Oval, white with green enamel wash basin. Counter jar. Vintage and unusual white wicker shoe shine stand or box with wooden top and legs. Wood drying rack. Wood sock stretcher. Large laundry basket with folding stand. By W. J. Carpenter Co., “Hickory Rod, Spring Door, Shipping Crate”. Carrom Company No. 1 Archapena Style E wooden Carrom board game, 28 1/2” square. Child's desk/easel with double sided chalkboard and scroll. Carter Cigars For Men of Business metal advertising sign, 16” X 11 3/4”, vintage piece restored by Desperate Enterprises. Stop sign shaped, 18” X 18” without the handle, “Stop Funeral” double sided metal sign on wooden handle from a funeral home. Auto Lite miner's lamp. Metal woodpecker on leg toothpick. Unusual lamp made from a grinder. Half gallon milk bottle with metal bale. “Our Own Milk Bottle” set, 4 individual cream or milk bottles in wire carrier with paper caps. Several miniature hurricane lamps; 6 with frosted hurricanes and roses, blue hobnail glass, amber glass, copper tone metal souvenir, others.

Antique cabinet with “Medical Supplies” stenciled at bottom, 32” tall X 18” wide X 12 1/2” deep, wood with 1 door. Chic but not shabby fern stand in old white paint. Small green table or stand. Table top wooden pedestal. Vintage 31” tall, 22” diameter white wicker table with round wooden top and 12” lower shelf. Vintage child's wicker rocker with rolled arms in natural with green and red design and upholstered seat. Canes and walking sticks: carved bulldog head grip with glass eyes, horn grip with ringed stick, gnarled wood, hand painted curved wood, hand carved bearded man with cap. Kitchen: Griffith's spice set with 12 spice jars and stand. Enesco rooster spice set with wall mount rack. Pottery match holder, made in Japan. Figural lady pitcher. Small reamer, Japan. Small, 2 piece figural duck juicer/reamer, Japan. Glass syrup pitchers, one with double finger hold. Wearever aluminum syrup pitcher. 3 box lots salt & pepper shakers: figurals, huggers, souvenir, crystal, Japan, Elvis shoes, Moon Mullins & Kayo, Enesco, Little Orphan Annie & Sandy, others. Clown 1 cup teapot with juicer lid, clown salt & pepper shakers in table and individuals sizes, made in Japan. Hall large, round, white baker, marked 403, 11” diameter. 2 Hall Westinghouse “Plain” covered casseroles in blue. Set of 3 Pyrex pastel colors nested mixing bowls in blue, green and yellow. Green depression era paneled refrigerator dish by Hocking Glass. Probably Bauer, ringware mixing bowl, marked USA 90-10 ¼. Watt Pottery “Arches” covered casserole. Cake saver with chrome lid. Vermillion walnut bowl with cookie cutters and kitchen gadgets. Pair A & J children's cookie cutters. Meat saw, walnut sheller, grater, reamer, biscuit cutters, cleaver, sifter. Lincoln Beauty Ware chrome cake saver. Box lots of kitchen gadgets: mashers, skimmers, sifters, chopper, rolling pins, crimper, measures, turners, strainers, scoops, egg beaters, ricers, many with red and green handles. Large dough board 30” X 20”. 9” tall, 10” diameter, 2 handle woven basket. 13 1/2” tall, 13 1/2” diameter woven basket. Metal covered candle box. Unusual, curved lid front and back all cedar mini box, 8” long. Carved floral design wooden box with divided interior. Octagon, tongue and groove construction candy box in cherry, pink satin lined, Schraeft's Chocolates, Boston, Mass.

ITEMS OF SPECIAL NOTE, CAMERAS, WWII JAPAN ITEMS, TYPEWRITERS & OFFICE, PAPERWEIGHTS, ORIENTAL, FIREMAN’S PARADE RIBBONS: Brought back after WWII from Japan: 52” X 67” fringed brocade satin tablecloth with 8 napkins, Oriental motif. Pair satin brocade pillow covers with dragon design. Japanese lacquerware Bento box. Pair Japanese Kokeshi dolls, nodders. Japanese lacquer wooden Geta sandals with red and black velvet straps. Oriental, silk hand fan with bird and floral design. Japanese brocade satin, embroidered jacket and pants with frog closures. Black satin, embroidered Japanese kimono or robe with dragon design, size M.

Cameras: Canon AE-1 camera, Canon 50 mm 1:1.8 lens, case and Canon flash. Kodak Brownie 8 mm movie camera. Kodak Brownie Special Six-20. Kodak Baby Brownie Special. Canon Prima Super 105 point and shoot camera in original box with instruction manual. Polaroid “The Button” land camera with ITT Magicflash and manual. HP Photosmart R507 digital camera, 4.1 MP, 21X total zoom, appears unused in original box. Working, Kodak darkroom timer. Kodak lens filter. The Triad Vivid stereo slide projector model 116, working. Bushnell Sportview 7 X 35 binoculars. Atco deluxe binoculars 7 X 35. 3 extending, wooden legs for Crown Tripod No. 1, Folmer & Schwins Div. Eastman Kodak Co. Rochester, NY, patent June 23, 1923. Sony Betamax Portable Video Cassette Recorder SL-2001 and Sony Tuner Timer Unit TI-2001 with carrying case, untested.

Fireman’s parade ribbons: 1908 Vigilant Fire Co. #2 Slatington, PA with ribbons, button and metallic tassel. 1914 Friendship #4 Reading, PA with ribbon, button, metallic fringe. Sunbury Steam Fire Engine Co. #1 Reading, PA with ribbon, button. Washington Fire Co. #2 Reading, PA with button and header pin. 10/10/1907 Fireman’s Parade Somerville, NJ with ribbon, button and header pin. 1901 S.F.A. Phila., PA #11 with ribbon, button, header pin and metallic tassel. Goodwill S & C.F.E. Co. #5 York, PA with ribbon, button and “Guest” header pin. 1906 Phoenix Fire Co. #4 of Wilmington, Del., with ribbon and button. 1914 Friendship Fire Co. Tour Reading, PA with ribbon, button and header pin. 1911 Friendship S.F.E. Co. #4 with ribbon, button and header pin. Other parade ribbons: 1916 Carpenter's Labor Day Demonstration, Local Union #492 with ribbon, button and header pin. Reading Chamber #26 O.K. of F., Reading PA with ribbon, button and header pin. Political “Berks” header pin with ribbon and button. “We Don't Want Eleanor Either” pinback. After preview starts, be 1st to tell Tom what this pinback means and receive a prize.

Typewriters and office items: Underwood typewriter No. 6, manufactured by Underwood Elliott Fisher Co., USA, last patent date of March 2, 1926 with glass keys under green caps. Royal Quiet Deluxe typewriter in hard shell case, circa 1940's, serial #A1245276. Smith Corona Coronet Super 12 electric typewriter with case and operating manual, works, turquoise color. Box lot various typewriter ribbons. Marked: McClelland Barclay ivy bookends, possibly bronze. Riderless Horse bookends. Clipper ship bookends. Sanford's Ink Eraser in original tin, Carter's Indelible Ink box with nibs and wooden ring lids, “Tip Top” paperclips in original box, date stamp, typewriter brush, metal figural typewriter pencil sharpener, cast iron paper/receipt spike, miniature sliding address book in leather and metal, hammered copper perpetual calendar. Brass tone metal social security card.

NYC Railroad 1952 calendar Mutual Relief Association with full tear off calendar. 2 framed old photos. 1893 and 1929 autograph books, one with celluloid design on cover. 1931 Millersville, PA, State Teacher's College commencement program. Some vintage greetings. 1892 “Nanny” die cut calendar by Raphael Tucker & Sons. “Household Searchlight Recipe Book” 1941 and “Searchlight Recipe Book” 1946. Other vintage books and booklets: “Outline of History” by Wells, “Ancient & Medieval History” by Betten, “Franklin's Autobiography” 1896, “Freedom's Triumph” European Conflict 1919, “Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine” by Gould & Pyle, “My Life Story” by Joe Louis, “Cass Timberlane” by Sinclair Lewis, “Destructive and Useful Insects”, “The Speakers Complete Program”, “Consider The Lilies”, 6 tiny books, “Old Mr. Boston Bartender's Guide” 1941, “Good Things To Eat” product premium from Larkin Co., “Spalding's Athletic Library How To Play Soccer” 1924, “Red Rose City Radio Log Book”, “Dogs of The World” product premium from Rival dog food 1940, very interesting reading in “American Polite Letter Writer” from 1837 and others.

Paperweights: signed R.D. Colchagoff 1977 pulled feather, large millefiori with enclosed bubble, blue bubble with etched dolphins, bubble with glass confetti, 2 sea foliage, enclosed bubble with fish, small millefiori. Parker Vacumatic fountain pen in black with silver stripes. Parker 45 fountain pen. Carter's, Sheaffer & Stafford's inks, dip pens, pen nibs. Dexter wall mount or desk mount hand crank pencil sharpener. Apsco-Giant wall mount or desk mount hand crank pencil sharpener. Receipt or paper spike.

Oriental & Oriental Design: Carved cinnabar lacquered plate, 9 1/2” diameter. Carved cinnabar lacquered dresser box. Ucago China Oriental boy and girl head vases. Kleine Co. Oriental ceramic girl figure. 13 1/4” tall Chinese figurines. Set of 5 Chinese Lucky Gods of Fortune figurines. Made in Japan lusterware cruet set with tray. Chinese fisherman figurine. 3 1/4” tall mudman figurine. Wood & Sons “Tsing” oval platter. Miniature Blue Willow tea set. Child's Blue Willow toy teapots and other pieces. 3 pieces Royal Nippon studio, hand painted vases. 8 1/2” X 6 1/4” wide soapstone scene with cockatiel perched on flowering branch. 4 1/2” tall carved soapstone vase with flowering branches. Marked USSR nesting dolls, 7 piece ladies with roses, 7 piece elves in green and red, 5 piece men, 4 piece Santas, 7 piece men, 6 piece with family & pets.

Ivy & Innocence village pieces and accessories by Susan Reader: Chapter One: Parker's Bed & Breakfast, making Wishes Come True. Chapter 2: Emma's tea Room, Tea Party, Tea For Three. Chapter 3: Yata's Antique Shop, Winston's Peddler Wagon, Timeless Treasures. Chapter 4: The Olde Ivy School, Long May It Wave. Chapter 5: Green's Flower Shop, Blossom's Flower Cart. Chapter 6: A Stitch In Time Quilt, The Quilt Tree,The Hearts & Crafts Wagon. Chapter 7: The All Faith chapel, Joyful News. Chapter 8: The Firehouse, Pumper No. 2, Captain Blazer, Jr. Fire Captain Sparky's House. Chapter 9: The Toy Shop, Greetings Time, Toys A Plenty, Mister Snowman. The Ivy Fish Market, Jason's Fish Cart, Fisherman's Gear, Sea Witch Pub, Try Our Taffy, Yo Ho Ho, Crow's Nest Inn, Sail Away, various accessory pieces. Limited edition 1381/5000 The Lighthouse At Ivy Cove. Limited edition 1A/4304 Towering Cottage.

**(Please note: Zinger winners can only win once from Oct. 2017 through May 2018. This will make it more fun for more people! And the questions are getting harder, so stay tuned! And we may sometimes have more than one Zinger per night!)

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Auctioneers: Barbara Masterson & Robin Brabander

Call 330.421.9263 or 330.635.5037


PLEASE NOTE: Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC is NOT affiliated with and does NOT have any relationship to and/or with any other auctions or auctioneers holding auctions at the Diamond Event Center.

We know your items, we have researched them, we know what they should bring at auction. We do all the work on your items and we auction them. Call for a free consultation.


Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC (MBA, LLC):

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 not 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.

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!

Auctioneer License Information: 2009000198

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