At Nicholas Auctions we offer a professional auction atmosphere. We have items from estates, antiques, collectables, artworks, ceramics, glassware, tools and much more.
call Nicholas @ 518 222 3857
ABSENTEE & PHONE BIDS ACCEPTED
15% BUYERS PREMIUM, 3% DISCOUNT FOR CASH OR CHECKS
Auction at 5:30 p.m
FURNITURE : Mid 19th c. inlaid Sheridan corner cabinet, 19th century step back cupboard and tilt top stands, Macey 4 stacking oak bookcase, a Viking 3 stacking bookcase, oak hall tree with mirror, tall case clock, 19th c. sewing machines by Willcox and Gibbs, 2 oak office chairs, an immigrants trunk from 1704, walnut commode, late 20th c. oak dining table and six chairs, European bench, 5 drawer map case, table top desk, gold scales in a glass case, hot air balloon basket, a 7 ft long store counter, Madagascar patio chairs and ottomans, two 19th century marble top dressers with mirrors, mahogany stands, cedar chest and other furniture.
NOTABLE ITEMS: Vermont AAA porcelain sign, telegraph, elevator and barber shopped porcelain signs, sky chief and fire chief porcelain signs, vintage RRw porcelain signs from the '80s, civil war cavalry sword and saddle, bayonet, WWll German helmet, buffalo rug, native American rugs, other rugs, 20th c. Chinese censor, over 40 lots of Lionel trains and train accessories to include engine # 224E, 2065, 259E set, "The Virginian", #671, # 2026,# 2026 set, crane #3360, bluetooth engine #1288, three transformers, groups of switches, bridges, signals and stations. Dozens of cars many still in boxes. B & M RR lanterns, NY Central lanterns, Army M. D. lantern, B&M RR locks, CVRR lock and key, cordless new tools, old tools, vice, tool cases, several trays of costume jewelry, some sterling items, large grouping of silver plate and flatware, LP records from the 70s that includes genesis, the doors, Beatles, bad company, who, cheap trick, Jethro Tull, cream, Supertramp, just to name a few. a 10" stack of 45 rpm records, Mobiloil outboard gas can, 8 oil bottles in a carrier, groupings of kitchen batter bowls and Pyrex, a few hundred mid-century decorative drinking glasses, character glasses, many tray lots that include majolica, Wedgewood, Belleek, cut glass and clear glass, lots of pink, green, and blue depression glass, art glass, art pottery, perfume bottles, paperweights, old kitchenware and figurines of all sorts. Groupings of table lamps and lighting, fish plates, Chanel purse, Epstein pottery cat, “Sterling" vintage typewriter, toy cap guns, steeple clock, snowshoes, backpack, 1920s silver and bronze swimming medals, American flags, three old beer cans, Roseville cow pitcher, chrome payphone, wooden postcards, old keys,
ART, PAPER AND BOOKS: o/c winter scene by Henry Drexler, Chadwick signed and numbered print, 1980 Lake Placid Olympic poster, Chernobyl poster, local Adirondack brochures and pennants, old farming equipment brochures and catalogs, framed Currier & Ives, old photos and photo albums, early 19th century books that include "The History of Peter the Great" 1811, 18th c." The Life of Reverend John Wesley", The Penny Magazine 1839, "Sir John Franklin and the Arctic Regions" 1853, "History of War with Mexico" 1849, "Zoology" 1882, 19th century poetry books and many other books.
Nicholas & Co. do a great job of running a professional auction house, with a interesting selection of antiques and estate pieces as well as a mix of household items. Nicholas is friendly and honest and has a very diverse range of knowledge. Don't forget to check out Ft. Ann Antiques.
- David Knox
The owners of Nicholas Auctions and Fort Ann Antiques are professional and courteous! The Auctions are done with organization, lots of fun and Nick moves through items quickly yet spends enough time and details to know what is up for bid! And it is wonderful that their shop is now closer to the auction house! I don't see how anyone can really see everything in their shop with one visit. So much to see and they always have different inventory added every time I visit! and love the customer service, kind, thoughtful and accommodating. Hope to get out there again real soon!
- Donna Benton
It's Fun. You never know what you're going to find. Great Deals, Great atmosphere in the barn, food is good and inexpensive. Great Auctioneer