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Estate Auction - Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

12:00 noon - In the Warehouse
2:00 PM - In the Main Show Room
Preview - Monday 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm & 9:00 am Day of Sale

Over 1000+ Items Sold Every Tuesday!

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AT 2 PM WE WILL SELL 8 CASES FILLED WITH NICE STUFF: 5 bags jewelry incl. sterling bracelets, necklaces, Wlatham 17 jewels. SILVER PLATE: coffee urn, cocktail shakers, tea pots, tea sets, roasting server, trays, flatware, Tiffany SP sugar, caster set, pickle caster, pitchers, gravy boats, table salad set, 4 pc Wilcox tea set, pair glass shakers with plate tops. STERLING: trivet, creamers & sugars, Wallace ladle, sterling handle serving items, candleholders, compotes, S. Kirk & Son ornate bottle coaster, Manchester Silver Co. candy dish GLASS: Pressed, Cut, Leaded and Pattern. 66 pcs Heisey Orchid (some have flakes on rims) stems- 7 sizes, 24 pcs silver rim stems- 3 sizes, 75 pcs gold rim stems- 9 sizes, 40 pcs Mikasa stems- 3 sizes, nappys, pitchers, glasses, bowls, blue glass items, Mary Gregory type vase and covered jar, punch bowl with 12 mugs, glass knife, carnival glass type vase and candy jar, oil lamp, water bottles, candleholders, horse bookends, decanters, 4 mugs with etched schooners, horizontal show jar, cruets. CHINA/PORCELAIN: Rose Medallion cups & saucers, figurines- cowboy on horse, eagle, longhorn sheep (Lenox), bird, red deer (Lenox w/ damage), Lenox accessory pieces, 53 pcs Johann Haviland china- white w/ blue flowers, silver edge, Grizzly bear by Franklin Mint, dow and fawn, syrup pitcher, tea jar, Stoneware sugar bowl, Onionware platter and bowl, 12 assorted copper lusterware pitchers, pair large figurines, blue transfer plates, ramekins, 12 Windsorware plates by Johnson Bros., Noritake open butter, 14 cream soups w/ plates w/ 12 bread and butter- PL Limoges, 6 Austrian desserts w/ 4 saucers, Limoges mayo set, Prov. Sage E.S. Germany “Death of King Lear”plate, hand painted Nippon plates, creamer & sugar, redware plates, turquoise fiesta footed bowl, Turks head mold, ironstone pitcher, Imari plates and bowls, Hull double handled vase, large Oriental horse w/ rider, Roseville ewer 15-15”, brown transfer teapot and sugar (as is), Meissen berry set, Royal Vienna portrait plate. NEAT STUFF: 3 metal Geisha girls, art deco toaster, brass match safe, Zeiss US Navy binoculars, Toleware- bowls, pitchers, lunchbox, some newer ones signed Johnny Claypool, wooden stools, metal fence for train set, Cloisonne vases. LAMPS: figural, metal, porcelain, slag, and wooden.

AT ABOUT 5:30 PM WE WILL BEGIN THE ART WALLS: mixed media by Dee Growley of Wilm., DE, large selection of Wallace Nuttings: On the Firth, The Swimming Pool, The World Beautiful, A Maple in May, A Mid Summers Dream, A Warm Spring Day, Road Side Grace, Larkspur, A Birkshire Cross Road, A Little River & Mt. Washington, A Woodstock Arch, The Wayside Inn Garden, Hollyhock Cottage, Blossoms by the Lane, A Peep at the Hills, and others not named, Fashion prints incl. La Mode Illustree, Le Moniteur de la Mode, and Les Modes Parisiennes, 5 pen & ink plates detailing scenes from English battles, framed flower prints, o/b of early American life, series of 4 prints of early autos, “Twelve Hours in the Badland” by Gerry Metz, along with “Safe Passage Through Indian Lands” and “Trapper in the Shadows of the Tetons” also by Metz, “Blossom Beautiful” by Fred Thompson, print of profile of Native American with symbol for signature, large print of cattle drive by Willim S. _, pair Troyon Pinxit prints- “L’Abreuvior” and “Le Passage Zu Gue”, black and white print of dog by Daniel, large w/c of trees by a bridge, o/c of water scene by Ruth Jewell, framed plates dealing w/ Lake George, o/b of Schooner by Andre __, o/c of rural scene by J. Benten, “The Message of the Roses” by Bessie Pease Gutmann, “Somebody’s Sweetheart” by E. Doureh, signed and numbered print by Carolyn Anderson of city in snow, framed map of Virginia signed by Adolf Dehn ’38 farm scene, lady at spinning wheel by B. Rice, large o/c of man at piano, “We Shall do it Easily” print, “The Huntsman Courtship” print, “Woodcock Shooting” print, o/c stillife by L. Russomanno ’65, print of forest scene by Peerman, “Breaking the Home Ties” print, 8 Oriental paintings on silk, sillouhettes, old Christmas ornaments, Seth Thomas clocks. At 6 PM, carved oak server w/ bowed back, 3 drawer walnut Vict bureau, 2 drawer oak bookcase, pair mahogany cannonball beds, mahogany Federal bureau with linen drawer, mahogany 3 weight Westminister chime hall clock, mahogany slant lid desk, mahogany pedestal, cherry tall chest, 9 pc modern dining room set, mahogany table with 6 chairs, Danish dining room table with breakfront, table, 6 chairs, & credenza, Danish queen size bed with section corner bureaus, 3 pc mahogany bedroom set with Queen Anne highboy and bureau, 5 pc sectional sofa, walnut Victorian marble top table, tea cart, cherry bureau and drop-leaf table, pair ornate twin brass beds- no rails, Danish end tables. Square armchair, 2 Royal Danish style rugs.


Order of Sale: Warehouse @ 12pm followed by books @ 4pm. Main sales room @ 2pm: silver, porcelain, glass & china followed @ 6pm w/ art, rugs & furniture.

Terms of Sale: Cash, Visa/MasterCard, appr. checks. 12% BP (discounted to 10% with check or cash). Good Food Available in lobby.

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