OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS
The Old - The New and
Saturday - September 12th - 7:00pm
The Plymouth Community Cultural Center
Off North Main Street – West of Starkweather
East of Sheldon Road – Corner of Farmer & Theodore Streets
AS IT ALWAYS DOES
A LITTLE OF THIS AND A LITTLE OF THAT
MAKES AN AUCTION
THIS IS ONLY A LITTLE SNEAK PEEK OF WHAT WILL BE AT
THIS ANTIQUE AND COLLECIBLE AUCTION
FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES
Mahogany wood, 1940’s knee hole desk; Mahogany wood corner what not shelf; Mahogany wood 1930’s drop front secretary w/attached book cabinet; Early 1900’s Oak wood Hall tree, w/lift-up seat and mirror; Mahogany wood corner shelves; Mahogany wood wash stand w/marble top and splash back; Red leather love seat; Matching Red leather arm chair w/matching ottoman; Mahogany wood end table; Mahogany wood corner table w/marble top, has spindle legs; Marble world globe on stand; Oak two section barrister case; WW II shell lamp; Oak wood, 1940’s plant stand; Newer Mahogany wood jewelry cabinet; Newer Mahogany wood tea table; Early 1900’s half moon wall table has marble top w/three storage drawers; Early 1900’s Mahogany wood chair; Mahogany wood milking stool; Early 1900’s Oak wood music cabinet; Oak wood 1930’s rocker w/Cain seat; Newer six feet tall standing photograph display unit; Brass standing floor lamp; Other unlisted items.
Mahogany wood Grandfather tall case clock; Westclox Baby Ben, in chrome casing, pat 1911, key wound clock; W.C. Co, early 1900’s mantel clock, has fish w/ mermaid on case, key would clock.
Bronze statue on marble base, Orleans’s, Signed Eug Mauston; Bronze horse; Bronze horse w/rider; Bronze statue “Socrates” sitting on chair; Bronze Elephant.
ANTIQUE AND COLLECTIBLES
Western Electric Company, pat Sept 13, 04, brass telephone; Prayer rugs; Chrome Deco Birds; Graniteware coffee pots; Bread board; Collection of wood molds; Old mixing bowls; Advertising tins; Copper pot w/brass handles; Grey graniteware coffee pot; Mr. Peanut grinder; Knight statues; Bowie commemorative knife; Candy molds; Various walking canes; Brass desk lamp, early 1900’s, has bird body w/brass shade; Black collectible wood black butler cigarette stand; Child Victorian snow sled; Variety of collectible lighthouses; Assortment of wooden hand turned bowls, vases and puzzle boxes; Brass fireplace screen w/clipper ship picture on the front; Early 1900’s top hat w/case, leather, Weller & Heilbroner; Silver plate tea set w/tray; Silver plate water pitcher; Large hour glass; Brass pot w/iron handle; Various car banks; Copper Lincoln Head book ends; Brass clipper ship book ends; Religious medals; Assortment of wood handled cookie cutters; Sterling Silver to include, Ice Bucket w/lid, Sugar & Creamer, Candy dish; Hand crafted wooden jewelry boxes; Thomas Edison hand crank generator in wood cabinet; Faygo pop wooden crate; WW II US medals and patches; Many cast iron door stops; Rug beaters; Various rolling pins; Many Nautical collectible items; Lightening rod w/ball; Civil Defense WW II helmet; Franklin Twp, Fire Dept helmet; Detroit Police car decal; Wooden mortar and pestle; Reproduction, plastic usable pay phone, wall mounted; Various Egyptian items; Great collection of small ships; Spurs, horse whip; Wendell August Aluminum trash can w/clipper ship hand forged on front; Stainless Steel center bowl w/clipper ship engraved on bowl; Cast Iron match holder, wall hanging; Cast Iron 1940’s table lamp w/stain glass shade; Two tin litho photographs in a Union Case, has lady on case front w/lamb; Brass powder flask; Cain’s and walking sticks; to include, 1933 Worlds Fair; Walking sticks w/hidden sword; Cain w/hand craved owl top; Bayonet; Early cross bow; The Country Store reproduction wall mount telephone; Other unlisted items.
GLASSWARE - CHINA - POTTERY - CERAMIC
Depression era glassware; Carnival glassware; Ruby Red Decanter etched w/four matching glasses; Pressed glass ice bucket w/lid; Globe Tobacco Company Det, pat. 1882, brown glass container w/wooden handle; Brown jar Wan-Eta Cocoa, Boston; Green water decanter and water glass, depression era has white swirls; Glass paper weights; Footed lead glass candy dishes; Candy dishes; Cut, pressed and etched glassware to include, shakers, water pitcher, vases, sugar and creamers, syrups; Flow Blue cup and saucer; Victorian condiment holder cruet set; Two gallon crock water dispensers; Two gallon crock, M. Williams General Merchant Dublin; Royal Copley face wall pocket; Chamber pot w/lid; McCoy green dog dish; Variety of old crocks; Weller vase, blue w/lady on front; Royal Copley pitcher, has flower on front; Hall pitcher; Fiesta pitchers to include, rare green pitcher, Fiesta tumbler; Miscellaneous Salt & Pepper shakers; Pink Depression glass platter; Red hobnail glass top hat; Red glass hobnail vase; Shawnee mixing bowls; Souvenir water pitcher, Ovid Mich; Souvenir vase, Mt. Clemens, Mich; Townsend Salford Stone Brewed Ginger Beer bottle, 1897; McCoy cookie jar; Two Lenox cat figurines; Childs plate and bowl; Wedgwood Items; Sancho Panca mini Toby mug, Royal Doulton; Other unlisted items.
Old books to include, Uncle Toms Cabin; Robinson Crusoe, Reader Cowles; Old cook books; Timber wolf Tracks; 1887 Poetical Works of Saxe; Others.
Kenwood stereo cassette deck KX 5530; Kenwood Multiple Compact disc player DP M6630; Technics Quartz Synthesizer, AM FM stereo receiver SAGX100; Bose speaker system; Stereo shelf unit; Hondo Acoustic guitar w/case and stand; Collection of music CD’s; Binoculars AMC Zoom 6x12x32 mm.
COCA COLA COLLECTIBLES
Framed Coca Cola advertising; Coca Cola chalk board; Coca Cola building advertising sign; Coca Cola Thermometers; Coca Cola framed pin backs; Nice collection of Coca Cola trays.
PRINTS – WALL HANGINGS
Many nicely framed early 1900’s prints; Framed print, B-17G Flying Fortress, numbered and signed; Framed #D map of WW II, Iwo Jima; Framed “Papyrus” w/Egyptian Symbols; Arthur Rackham Fairy Tale Art, to include, January, Siegfried Hand Drinking Horn to Gutrune from “Twilight of the Gods”; February, no info; March, “The Rhine’s Fair Children” from, The Rhinegold; Apr, Eda Warning Wotan of the Ring’s Curse from, The Rhinegold; May, “Siegmund The Walsung from, The Valkyreie; June, Brunnhilde, from, The Valkyrie; July, “Raging Wotan from, The Valkyrie; August, Mime and the Wanderer, from Siegfried; September, “The Hot Blood Burns Like Fire from, Siegffied; Oct, Brunnhilde Contemplating Siegfrieds Ring – Twlight of the Gods; Nov, The Wooing of Grimhilde, Mother of Hagen – Twilight of the God’s; Dec, Brunnhilde and Hagen Plotting Siegfrieds Death from, Twilight of the God’s.
Mich 1914; Illinois 1943; Illinois 1945; Illinois 1944; Illinois 1927.
COLLECTIBLE OLD TOY
Tonka, Steam Shovel.
Sale evening. Doors open at 6:00PM.
All items purchased at the auction must be paid for in full the day/evening of the auction in the form of Cash, Master/Visa Cards, Am Ex Card, Discover Card, or Bank Debit Cards. No personal or business checks will be accepted, nor travelers checks. All sales are subject to federal, state and local tax laws.
BUYER PREMIUM INFORMATION
There will be a 5% buyer premium when making payment by charge or by bank debit cards. When paying by “Cash”, no buyer premium will be charged. Thank You!
All items included in all JC Auctions, are being sold “As Is” The clerk’s records of all sales are absolute and final. No refunds, no exchanges, no exceptions. Proof of Re-Sale Tax number will be required to be seen by us, dealers, bring a copy. No exemption without! All buyers shall be responsible for goods after sold to them. All merchandise must be removed day/evening of sale. Antique items are sold for collectors display purpose only. Not to be used or played with by children. This is In compliance with the Federal Consumers Law.
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