At Nicholas Auctions we offer a professional auction atmosphere. We have items from estates, antiques, collectables, artworks, ceramics, glassware, tools and much more.
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13% BUYERS PREMIUM, 3% DISCOUNT FOR CASH OR CHECKS
From Bear Mountain Lodge in Stoney Creek, we have totem poles, cigar store Indians & a wolf carved by the late Johnny Thorpe. Also country antiques from Towpath Antiques in Fort Ann and new imported whimsical items from Tripp’s Antiques in Shushan. FURNITURE: 4-drwr. Birdseye maple dresser, 4 door cabinet in heart pine 87" long, 7' by 3' sorting table, maple deacon's bench with caned seat, cast iron garden bench, aluminum chair, Victorian tiger oak hall tree, 19th century blanket chests, period Chippendale chairs & Windsor chairs, groupings of nice country chairs, oversized carved Corner chair, Empire partners desk with columned sides, drop center m/t dresser with mirror, 42 cubby hole compartment unit, nickel plated countertop display case by Cassy Bros & Co., another display case with slant front, 4 stacking barrister bookcase, round oak pedestal base table with lion feet, walnut pedestal base table, mahogany library table, oak fireplace mantel, 3 sided window box, Nichols & Stone rocker, Victorian hand painted music cabinet, early 20th century wicker couch and chair, other wicker furniture, church pew, hammered brass covered wood box, 19th cent. washstand, 19th cent. d/l end tables, a 3 by 3 wall display case, oval mahogany end tables, m/t 3 over 2 drawer dresser, walnut pedestal base table, set of 4 rush seat chairs and a life-size fiberglass bear bench and horse bench.
NOTABLE ITEMS: 3 early-20th-c. slag glass table lamps, Enterprise #7 coffee grinders, blue decorated stoneware including S. S. Pierce jug, Chas A. Loescher Passaic N. J. jug, Aug. Moreau bronze sculpture, Poitenin sculpture, Charles Griffin wood sign, powder horn inscribe C.G., several early quilts, a dozen brass fire nozzles, an extensive German stamp collection, bell top wall clock, regulator, several mantel clocks, Tiffany & Co. desk clock(as is) cuckoo clock, several lots of vintage costume jewelry,19th century tinware, toleware, brass kettles and pails, candle molds, wooden bowls, cast iron kettles and pans including Griswold, a 10 gal. cast iron cauldron, splint baskets, melon baskets, gathering baskets, old license plates, brass candlesticks, Ironstone, transferware, Parianware vases, flow blue plates, cups and bowls, several wall mirrors from the 19th & early 20th century Bennington ware, .Matsushita AM transistor radio with clock, Slam-Bo golf ball warmer, a shoebox full of Matchbox cars, tractors and farm equipment, a barrel full of fireplace tools, iron planters, gardening tools, Ice tongs and ice saws, galvanized tubs, hardware, scythes and other farm implements. New Imports include: whimsical wind catchers, tin chickens and pigs of different sizes, small concrete statuary new tin signs, hedgehog boot scrapers, large cloth butterflies, decorative metal animals, wooden masks and carved Asian figurines.
ART AND EPHEMERA: oil on canvas painting by Christin, signed print by Szafran, generous lots of framed prints and pictures. Many 19th c. unsigned paintings, American Airlines ad. photos, framed photo of US Flagship Chicago 1889, World War II Aviation photographs, 1925 Automotive Green Book, Sears and Roebuck, MW and Charles William catalogs from 1920s to 50s (8), early 20th c. Farm & Home magazines, extensive provenance of USS Phillip with photographs," Buels Baits" catalogue, a few boxes of ephemera and much more
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