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An estate from Hartford NY & a pertial RR collection from a retired conductor, with additions make up this auction. No Reserves Nothing online. We hope you can make it
Furniture: A 17th century Spanish cabinet with hidden drawers, 19th century step back cupboard in blue, 19th century pine potato bin, midcentury display cabinet, oak bakers cabinet base, 6' long faux painted chest, 5 drawer oak dresser, mission oak sideboard, oak half-moon china cabinet, country pine top table with drawer, maple 6' trestle base table with extension leaves, set of 6 log style Adirondack chairs, set a 4 ladder back chairs with rush seats, pair of brass twin beds, serpentine front Governor Winthrop desk, lattice top bookcase, small 20 drawer oak file box, midcentury record cabinet, pine wash stand with 2 drawers and a mirror, an oak wall cabinet with mirrored door, vintage pine cabinet, 2 stained glass edged windows, dry sink, ,hall tree bench and corner cabinet. Gateleg table, Duncan Phyfe d/l table, foot stools and other furniture. NOTABLE ITEMS: A Songbird jukebox in the shape of a 57 T bird (as is), Gottlieb "Superliner" pinball game (as is ),1886 cast iron bell with 16" base and yoke, tin peanut roaster, country scales with wooden platform, metal Fairbanks scales, 2 sided school bus sign, 3 ft. Daniel Webster plaster bust, a small wooden chest filled with over 100 years of family history items, over 1000 45 rpm records (one lot), white enamel wear, mantle clocks, regulator wall clock, old wooden signs, Coca-Cola midcentury clock and button with arrow, plus a Coke thermometer Coke crates, cooler and trays, salt and pepper shakers, copper boiler, hot oil table lamp, nesting set of kitchen bowls, Spode set of dishes, Capodimonte lamps, beer steins, toy steam shovel, early Regina vacuum, wooden ship model and a 3' pond boat base, explosives box, brass 10 inch Buddha, room size oriental rugs plus scatter rugs and long runners, old medicine bottles, several cased tin types and dags, , over a dozen trays of vintage costume jewelry, some Sterling, "Nikai camera NK 2121, Anscomark camera, candlestick telephone, Marx train set in box and Unique Art train set never used in box, large lot of baseball cards late 20th century, books on baseball, baseball gloves, mask, bats, 4 architectural corbels, tin signs, Mauchline boxes, Ludwig snare drum, clarinet, brass dresser mirrors, umbrella holder, grouping of pens and pencils, Beldon slate hammer, corner brace, bottle jacks, belt buckles, patches, vises, brass ship lantern, SPORTING: fishing creels, fishing lures in boxes, fishing tackle rods and reels , Bait and tackle wooden sign, buffalo head mount, 4 dear mounts, snow shoes, backpacks, gun racks, horn rack, several powder horns, flintlock pistols by Johnson and by H Aston leather holsters and belts, 6 flintlock rifles, bayonets from World War I and World War II, USMC bayonets, machete, swords,, military helmets, marine pith helmet, books on military warfare and war photography books, Nazi daggers. Pocket knives, steam engine boat, foreign coins, pennies in bags separated by decades in years, 1970s proof sets, uncirculated sets , Lincoln head penny books, "Westward Journey" commemorative coin sets, stamp collection BOOKS AND PAPER 2 volume set Indian tribes of the United States 1847 by Henry Schoolcraft with inscription by publisher Lippincott, 1921 Princeton poster, 2 large bibles, large book of Prints in Russian, Box of railroad model magazines, a group in of 18th and 19th century books including 2 volume set Taplin's Farriery 1791, Local Adirondack books, 5 large boxes of mixed ephemera, a nice grouping of hunting and sporting catalogs from the 50s and 60s, two large bibles, 1963 Citron car manuals. Over 40 Tarzan comic books, 10 cent action comics, Dell 10 & 15 cent comics, pulp fiction includes Startling Stories and Wonder stories from the 1940s. RAILROAD ITEMS: From a retired D & H railroad conductor... Early steam engine headlight, OC & RS railroad lantern, D & H & NYCS water cans & buckets, several NYCS lanterns & D & H lanterns, brass steam whistle, railroad signal light, railroad station ticket Box with Stubs, Adlake signal lights, interior railcar lanterns, Boston and Maine iron plaque, RR oil cans, NYC lock and key, also , carriage lanterns and barn lanterns, brass ship lights, extra red lantern globe's, large “Dressel” lantern with extra globe, autolight & an Adlake four globe lantern. ART WORK. John Sloan o/c 10" by 8" city scene, earlier 20th century eagle and flag paintings, Hubble Bay Lake George watercolor by pistol, 19th century o/c woman in green dress, 4 miniature ship paintings on wood, framed oriental painting on silk, deer and turkey framed prints, Terry Redlin print, several beautifully framed prints of country scenes, oil on Masonite by Stareck 1959, German painting of men shooting wild dogs in a sleigh pulled by horses and many other prints and paintings.
Additions: Tin Grapette sign, o/c by Earl Cunningham
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