OF ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES
The Old - The New and Always The Unexpected
Saturday - September 8th - 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
FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES
Mahogany wood two piece side server w/attached china cabinet; 1930’s Oak wood side server ornately designed; Birdseye desk has two drawers; Mahogany wood plants stands; 1940’s Mahogany wood magazine rack; 1940’s Oak wood plant stand; Two matching chrome end tables w/glass tops; Mahogany wood what not shelf; Mahogany wood wall hanging what not shelf; Nice decorative pillow collection; Ornately framed oil, Boy Kissing Girl; Framed water color Miriam Parel, Japanese woman; Wood love seat w/cushioned seat; Oriental style rug; Ornate porcelain framed dresser top mirror w/ porcelain flowers; Area rugs; Baby changing unit w/two matching cribs; More items.
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES
Collection of metal dog nut crackers; Homestead key wound Westminster chime mantel clock; Open face pocket watch, George F. Beach, Valparaiso Ind; Clock parts; Plastic Arcly hand bags, 1950’s; Decorative wood ornately styled bird cage; Mahogany wood hand craved turtle; Miscellaneous pocket knives, some are Bucks; Baby rattles; Longaberger baskets; Collection of Silver-plated items, to include, Teas sets, Serving trays, Ice buckets, Vases, Goblets, Cake dish, punch bowl; Sterling Silver Items, S&P shaker, Compotes, Plate, Baby rattles; Wind up Turtle bell; Nice collection of trinket boxes; Boom-A-Rang; Miscellaneous pieces of costume jewelry; Purse made from a Turtle shell; Waterman Pens; Collectible Porcelain dolls; Sebastian items; New, Le Creuset enameled cast iron cookware; Other unlisted items.
CHINA - GLASSWARE - POTTERY
Hull, Little Red Riding Hood cookie jar; Royal Doulton, Bunny Bank, 1967; Hummel’s to include, For Mother, Hum 257; To Market, 1933, 49/0, Brother, #126; Royal Worcester Figurine, RW3629 E1170, First Dance; Royal Doulton Figurine, Summer Darling, 1986; Limoges’s cake stand; Spode bowl; Belleek items; Beautiful collection of Lenox items; Beswick to include, Squirrel, Tom Kitten, Miss Muppet, Walt Disney Owl; Tony Wood tea pot; Decanters; Kaiser pottery items; Various pieces of stemware; Collection of perfume bottles; Etched glass vases; Depression era footed center bowl; Glass compote bowl held by eagle claw; Murrano glass Ram’s head; Glass horn of plenty book ends; Collection of glass candle stick holders; Art glass; Cut glass; Pressed Glass; Other unlisted items.
This lovely collection will include, Closing Scene #4935 Ballerina & Harlequin Clown; Matte Llardo #4866, Girl W/Goose and Dog; Matte, Japanese Ballerina; Retired Geisha Girl in Pink Robe w/fan; Valencia’s Group Couple on Horse, Horseback #4648, large, 17’ high; Tall Brown Matte, pair of Monks Reading Prayer Book; Angel Cherub Praying #4538; Monk’s w/head down standing, two each, tall Brown.
Sale evening only. 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, Discover Card, or Bank Debit Cards. No personal or business checks will be accepted, nor travelers checks.
BUYER PREMIUM INFORMATION
There will be a flat 5% buyer’s premium. No sales taxes charged. Thank You!
All items included in all our Auctions, are being sold “As Is”. The clerk’s records of all sales are absolute and final. No refunds, no exchanges, no exceptions. 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 collector display purpose only. Not to be used or played with by children. This is in compliance with the Federal Consumers Law info. * We do not take sight unseen absentee bids, we do not take on line bids, nor do we take buy it now bids, you must attend the auction in order to bid.
*Remember, the auction way where you bid your own price on new, or used merchandise, furniture, glassware, household items, and antiques, beat the high price stores. Always over 2,000 different items to choose from at each auction.
REMEMBER, “EVERYTHING GOES”
NO RESERVES, “NOTHING RETAINED”
*Concession Stand On Premises”
Climate Controlled Building
As usual box lots full of good usable items!
THIS IS ONLY A LITTLE SNEAK PEEK OF
WHAT WILL BE THERE
“BRING YOUR OWN PACKING MATERIALS”
Joe Carli, Professional Auction Service
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See You At Our Next Auction – September 16th
Same Time – Same Place!
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