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Public Auction #436

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SUPPLIES AND LITERATURE — Supplies
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
1Heavy accumulation of supplies from the Mountain coin and stamp holding. Nine heavy (around 400 pounds) cartons filled with EMPTY coin folders and stamp albums. Mainly loose folder types over 500 mixed used slightly used and brand new. Best are the over 75 Dansco and Whitman brown and blue secure folder types that are at least 75% new and never used. Would hold the spectrum of US coins right up to the coins of today. Light on pennies and halves. The stamp albums (11) are a mix of used and new albums with pages for the generalist and fill the better parts of two cartons. All could easily be sold as internet singles. HEAVY. SHIPPING COSTS MAY BE PROHIBITIVE. CALL FOR A QUOTE. OFFICE PICK UP EASILY ARRANGED.Cat. Value: S.B. 450.00
Price Realized: $500.00
2Six apparently never used stamp collecting tools. Includes stand magnifier, mini monocular, perfotronic, signoscope, caliper and a UV light.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Price Realized: $550.00
3Heavy carton filled with dozens of packs of useable mounts both open and sealed mainly in order of size. Some blank pages and a box of plastic sheet protectors round out this lot. Organized by a productive old time collector and ready to be used anew.Cat. Value: S.B. 120.00
Price Realized: $400.00
4Coin supplies from the Mountain holding. Includes seven boxes of old plastic coin tubes sorted by size, mainly unused, and a handful of large size instructional modern coin boards. NO SHIPPING AVAILABLE. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY. BULKY.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Price Realized: $70.00
5All the supplies from the Michigan Bank holding in two half filled cartons. Gently used binders, albums, mounts and glassines along with like new hinges, binders, glassines and more. What's it worth?Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Price Realized: $80.00
6All the supplies and literature from the Mountainside holding in three cartons. Includes eight never used Scott Specialty albums and around a dozen of useful reference books including two Max Johl “United States Commemorative Stamps of the 20th Century" Volumes 1-2 from 1947 in hardback with dustjackets.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $120.00
7All the supplies as received from a consignor in five cartons weighting roughly 225 pounds. Consists of mainly unused older United States albums from Scott, Minkus and White Ace. Foreign consists of a Liberia Palo album to 1960, and three Scott Internationals and slipcases.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $110.00
8All the useful supplies from a consignment in two cartons. Include an old mount cutter, signoscope (A/C works, D/C does not), new 3” tape dispenser plus miscellany.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $80.00
SUPPLIES AND LITERATURE — Literature
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
9Large size 1880s deluxe Centennial edition family Bible. Includes religious dictionary, unused places for family portraits, and a complete Old and New Testament bible. Produced by the American Bible Co. , Park Place, New York. It is profusely illustrated, well preserved text and cover. Excellent overall condition except where the glue holding the face pages has begun to break down in a natural foxing process. Weighs over 10 pounds and was a central part of a small community's religious program. This one has no writing, dog eared corners, and no portraits suggesting church, salesman's sample, or traveling ministry use. Ornate and beautiful. Could still be used today.Cat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Price Realized: $160.00
10Two heavy banker's boxes filled with over two dozen books from a local estate. General reading none concerning philately. 1870-1940 in better than usual condition. Gives a look as to how educated people saw the world during that time.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $32.00
11Carton of clean good condition books involving the topic of warfare. Two heavy coffee table books of WWII planes and collections of original photos made into a black and white anthology of the conflict. Books about German tanks, strategies, Luftwaffe, etc. One heavy carton, office pick up suggested as shipping cost on a bulky lot like this can be prohibitive.Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Price Realized: $12.00
12A dozen or so books and periodicals from the Husker holding rounding out a nice US section. See the webphotos.Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Price Realized: $34.00
13All the United States and worldwide literature as received in two cartons weighting around 85 pounds. About 30 hard and soft back books and pamphlets running from 1910 to 2012. Useful reference tools.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $48.00
COINS AND CURRENCY — Coins
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
14United States silver dime accumulation as received in a three large plastic bags. Owner’s count of $484.20 face or 4,842 dimes. Appears accurate but verification recommended.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $4,500.00
15Morgan Silver Dollar original collector’s collection from 1878 to 1921 in four Whitman old-style albums. Many coins have been lacquered or cleaned and average from cull to uncirculated condition. There are no 1878-CC, 1895-P and 1904-S. Needs careful inspection to come up with the right grade and price per coin as well as to find the original, untouched coins. A neat holding.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $5,500.00
16United States fourteen proof or uncirculated gold commemorative sets from 1984 to 1995 mostly in their original boxes and holders having their COA. Consists of either two or three coin sets.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $4,750.00
17Barber, Walking Liberty, Franklin, and Kennedy circulated collections in sixteen Whitman holders from 1892 to the 1974 in various stages of completion. Many coins have been lacquered or cleaned. The collector has most of these collections numbered 1, 2, and 3. Also appears the collector placed some incorrect coins in their spaces, so inspection required to come up with an accurate number.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $3,250.00
18United States silver quarter accumulation as received in a large plastic bag. Owner’s count of $195.75 face or 783 quarters. Appears accurate but verification recommended.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $2,500.00
19Morgan and Peace Silver Dollar accumulation from 1878 to 1935. Comprises 163 coins in five old-style folders and in two coins tubes. Many coins have been lacquered or cleaned. Condition averages culls (many present) to uncirculated condition. Entails examination to come up the correct number.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $3,500.00
20United States coin assortment. Comprises owner’s count of $87.00 silver halves (or 174 coins) in a plastic bag, ten silver proof sets in their original US Mint holders and envelopes from 1955-1964, a plastic bag of miscellaneous silver coins from war nickels to silver dollars plus a cigar box of miscellany. Inspection recommended to come up with a comfortable number.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,700.00
21United States two Grant with Star one dollar 1922 commemorative gold coins. Both coins are in original brilliant uncirculated condition having one with a spot by the “one” near the rim. “As found” from an estate and a rare opportunity to view and to bid on these awesome coins.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,800.00
22United States coins assortment as received from an estate in nine mainly small “wafer” boxes and one lidless loose box. Consists of one cent to 50 cents mostly from 1946 to the 1957 in brown envelopes as purchased or organized by the owner. There are many uncirculated coins mostly in the lower denominations, but a few nuggets can be found. Viewing is the only way to see if this holding is for you.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,600.00
23United States assortment consisting of $77.75 silver coins in dimes, quarters, and halves mainly loose and in some Whitman folders. Also comprises miscellany consisting of low grade type material of three silver, nickel cent, Liberty, Buffalo, Jefferson nickels, medals, and foreign tourist change.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,200.00
24United States coin accumulation in three cartons. Most of the value is in the 25% face value coins that need to be taken to a bank, 65 Mint Sets from 1968 to 2003, older foreign tourist change that has been demonetized, common wheat cents in tubes, plus miscellany. This lot has a strong odor from storage in a basement; so remember this point in consideration when biding. A heavy holding that will need Hercules to move.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $950.00
25United States thirty-six Proof Silver Eagles from 1986 to 2007 in their original boxes and holders most having their COA. A variety of dates usual at least two of each.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,200.00
26United States 20 uncirculated Year Sets from 1943 to 1958 in period holders (not US Mint). Also includes extra coins in four small typewriter ribbon tins.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,300.00
27Morgan Silver Dollar collection from 1878 to 1921 in four Whitman old-style albums containing 62 coins. Many coins have been lacquered or cleaned and average from cull to circulated condition. Requires inspection to come up with the right grade and price per coin to find any original, untouched coins.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,450.00
28Three Barber, Mercury, and Roosevelt dime circulated collections in ten Whitman holders from 1892 to the 1960s in various stages of completion. The coins are mostly lacquered or cleaned. The collector has these collections numbered 1, 2, and 3. The #1 and #2 Mercury collections are complete, but the 1916 D are sold “as is." Suggested viewing to come up with the right number.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $700.00
29United States six 1950 to 1954 Proof Sets in period holders (not US Mint). Consists of two 1950 (carbon spot on one Franklin) and one each 1951, 1952, 1953, and 1954. Usual toning on several coins. A nice original holding.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,200.00
30United States 44 proof or uncirculated silver commemorative dollar sets from 1986 to 2008 in their original boxes and holders having their COA. Comprises 39 either one or two-coin sets having half dollars, 3 two coin dollar sets, and 2 three coin dollar sets. Several sets are dirty and some rust on the metal on the boxes which are mentioned for accurately. The coins are fine.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $900.00
31Three Barber and Standing Liberty quarter circulated collections in nine Whitman holders from 1892 to the 1930 in various stages of completion. The coins are mostly lacquered or cleaned. The collector has these collections numbered 1, 2, and 3. The #1 Standing Liberty collection appears complete. Recommended viewing to see if this lot is for youCat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $900.00
32Three Washington quarter circulated collections in nine Whitman holders from 1932 to 1959. Some of the coins appear to be either lacquered or cleaned. The collector has these collections numbered 1, 2, and 3. The #1 and #2 collections are complete to 1959. Inspection required.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $700.00
33United States type coins collections in seven old-style Whitman folders. Includes two folders for Large Cents from 1826 to 1957 which have been lacquered or cleaned and several have damage. The type coins have many that also have been lacquered, cleaned and have damage but also have several untouched original coins that are in circulated condition. Viewing is the only recommended route to see if this lot tickles your fancy or to see if you can live with the problem coins.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,000.00
34Three Indian and Lincoln cent collections in thirteen Whitman holders from 1857 to the 1960s in various stages of completion. The collector has these collections numbered 1, 2, and 3. The #1 Indian collection is complete except no 1877 with all coins lacquered and some damaged and the #2 collection also lacquered has a 1908-S. Lincoln #1 collection is complete from 1909 to 1935 but is lacquered and with some problem coins and the #2 collection has no 1909-S but is also lacquered and has some problems coins. Viewing a must.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $950.00
35United States coin accumulation as received from the consignor in one banker’s box. Consists of mainly face coins from Memorial cents to Presidential dollars, a small assortment of silver coins, clad halves interspersed, a cloth bag of foreign demonetized tourist change, miscellaneous pewter medals, several commemorative halves plus miscellany. The owner said “let it fly as is”. Viewing necessary to come up with the right number.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $325.00
36One man's penny collection as received. Mainly beginner collections in push folders with duplicates. Begins with large cents (around 12), then an Indian head collection (couple dozen including: 1908s, 1857, 1858 both types), ends with Lincoln head wheats (pedestrian missing all the keys). Condition varies as to when each coin was removed from circulation. Several hundred duplicates stored in a plastic container. Along for the ride are two boxes of Princess Di souvenir sheets (hundreds all the same) from his investment stamp group. A good start to a penny collection.Cat. Value: S.B. 425.00
Price Realized: $325.00
37Three Liberty, Buffalo, and Jefferson nickel collections in fourteen Whitman holders from 1883 to the 1970s in various stages of completion. The collector has these collections numbered 1, 2, and 3. The #1 Liberty collection is complete in ag to vg condition and the #1 Buffalo is complete (no three legged) but is lacquered. Recommended viewing and offered appropriately.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $650.00
38Thailand (Siam) 4 Baht gold coin ND (1863). Ruler Rama IV Phra Chom Kaio “Mongkut”. 99.70% gold having a crude elephant on its reverse and reeded edge. As found in an estate.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $425.00
39United States 1909 2 ½ dollar and 1913 five dollar Indians gold coins both in lightly circulated condition. The five dollar has a spot on the Indian’s neck.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $650.00
40United States Proof set accumulation from 1966 to 2008 in one carton. Consists of 84 sets having at least two of each date in their original US Mint holders and boxes. Also includes one 1994 and two 1996 Silver Proof sets.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $325.00
COINS AND CURRENCY — Currency
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
41United States currency accumulation from 1928 to 1957. Consists of 436 pieces having $556 face. Includes one dollar, two, five ten and twenty dollars silver certificates, United States, Federal, National currency from poor to average circulated condition. About 88% are one dollar silver certificate “star notes.”Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,200.00
42World currency mainly purchased in the early 1990s as investment lots. Comprises roughly 475 mostly uncirculated demonetized currency from Latin America, British, French colonies, and Eastern Europe from the 1970s to early 1990s (some older) having duplication. Includes neat 30 Antigua “World’s First Gold and Silver banknotes and the Saga of Treasure Ship and Pirates” (not gold nor silver) on their original pages and album which was sold as a promotional item. Fun educational lot offered at a fraction of the original purchase price.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $260.00
COINS AND CURRENCY — Canada
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
43Canada uncut sheet of 32 One Dollar notes from the 1980s. This was the last issue before it was replaced with the “loonie”. This sheet was mounted in a frame having several minor tape damage or tape still on a least three notes. Would look great in an office or man cave if properly reframed.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $40.00
POSTAGE — Sheets
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
44Mint sheets sorted by Scott number ranging from 13¢ to Forevers. Mostly 29¢ and above. Face 3200+Cat. Value: Face 3250.00
Price Realized: $1,800.00
45Grouping of 29¢ to Forever sheets organized in Scott order. Duplication on average is around five of each.Cat. Value: Face 3250.00
Price Realized: $1,900.00
POSTAGE — Postage
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
46Modern stock of mostly 29¢ to 41¢ unfolded, self-adhesive, and ATM booklet panes. All sorted and identified in Scott order. A turnkey and instant money making opportunity.Cat. Value: Face 5500.00
Price Realized: $3,250.00
47Postage from the Michigan Bank holding in two heavy cartons. Many three cent sheets in a couple of old time, long term stored, musty, sheet files begin the hoard. The bulk of the estimated face of around $3,500.00 is in modern sheets many of which are the self stick variety. Some are still in their heavy government packs. A fair amount of booklets are also included, but spot checking reveals that at least a few of these have stamps missing. Will benefit from a fresh count which will take considerable time.Cat. Value: Face 3500.00
Price Realized: $2,200.00
48Carefully counted mint useable postage from a medium sized consignment. No fractional, BOB, special deliveries, or other unusable postage in the mix. Includes sheets, plate strips, plate blocks, and even a small group of dollar and up. All counted and ready to go. Almost all 18 cents and up. Useful. Take the better out for your collection and mail the rest.Cat. Value: Face 3250.00
Price Realized: $1,900.00
49Postage accumulation stuffed in three heavy bulbous cartons. There are three primary components, mint sheets, plate blocks sorted by Scott numbers ranging the 600’s to the 4800’s, and scrap mainly sorted by denomination in glassines arranged by the 100 count.Cat. Value: S.B. 3000.00
Price Realized: $3,750.00
50Postage types from a small mainly US estate. Two pizza sized boxes. The first is fully and carefully counted sheets in files, plate blocks with strips, and some sorted scrap in baggies. All in this box are useable and collectable most between 22 cent and 37 cent face values which amounts to $2,773.00 face. The other box is unsorted with all the rest mixed in with the rest (around 85% good postage). This is where they quit counting. We agreed and said that the rest weighed enough to be worth a couple hundred. Feel free to count this second box for we have hardly figured it into the total. Face for sure over $2,800.00. Jump in with your calculator, make a count, and get a bargain.Cat. Value: Face 2800.00
Price Realized: $1,900.00
51Nice little postage grouping. Mostly sheets, mainly 29¢ values and higher.Cat. Value: Face 1200.00
Price Realized: $650.00
52Postage from the Huskie hoard. Huge duplication with way too many 3 and 4 cent sheets, plate blocks, blocks of four, etc. Even includes around 1,500 #948 souvenir sheets. Not counted; only roughly estimated at around $2,500.00. Would benefit from a clean count for there are some sheets that stretch out to the mid 1980s. Calculator practice anyone?Cat. Value: S.B. 1100.00
Price Realized: $1,350.00
53Postage as received from an estate in the Wolverine State in two cartons. Runs from 3 cents to Forevers in sheets to scrap mainly in stockbooks, binders, loose, and a small selection of postal mint sets. Coming along for the ride several folders of miscellaneous material. Counting will be beneficial and profitable.Cat. Value: S.B. 650.00
Price Realized: $850.00
54Difficult to use postage from the Michigan Bank accumulation. Some of the mint, a sizable amount (over $700.00 face), is stuck down, or onto, or in glassine envelopes that have been damp storage or water damaged. A few may be able to be salvaged. The other half is scrap mint postage of all types from full sheets missing a stamp or two down to loose individual stamps. Face value from 3 cents to 44 cents in various degrees of salvage. Total face estimate is around $1,500.00 altogether, but an in person viewing is recommended for this difficult to use postage lot.Cat. Value: S.B. 550.00
Price Realized: $750.00
55Accumulation of mostly airmail sheets and scrap.Cat. Value: Face 460.00
Price Realized: $290.00
POSTAGE — Canada
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
56NO LOTCat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $0.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Art
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
57Over thirty framed and not framed pictures, drawings, prints, posters, and original art from a large consignment. Odd and unusual with "Johnny Appleseed" a sub-theme. All are easily saleable and offered at a reserve that will interest many bidders. A few keepers that can be gleaned from an in person inspection. Offered as is. FRAGILE. GLASS. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY. NO SHIPPING AVAILABLE.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Price Realized: $170.00
58Art nouveau, possibly bronze, nude man and woman statue 19” high from the base. Some of the naughty parts have been artfully covered by the artist. Cannot find an artist’s signature. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $85.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Autographs
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
59Autographed Kennedy campaign photo featuring the future President with Harry Bauler some time in 1959. Bauler was the head of "Streets and San." and a key member of Mayor Daley's machine that was integral to JFK's election in 1960. Signed "Sincerely, Jack Kennedy" and "to the fellas & Harry Bauler". Was at one time mounted in a frame, with no certificate of authenticity. As is.Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Price Realized: $65.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Baseball Cards
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
60Sports cards mainly basketball, from one of the largest area hoards. Fills over 65 (YES, SIXTY-FIVE) cartons of various shapes and sizes in an estimated weight probably exceeding 1,000 pounds. 1985-1999 mostly with an emphasis on the Chicago Bulls. Huge duplication in places. Purchased individually, in sets, in bulk, etc. to have and to hold as an "investment". Huge capital outlay to originally secure has now collapsed back to ground floor levels. How many thousand? We just don't know perhaps 60,000-100,000. Pallet shipping only which should be considered only as a last resort. Instant storage locker filler. OFFICE PICK UP RECOMMENDEDCat. Value: S.B. 550.00
Price Realized: $350.00
61Left over sports collectibles from a large area hoard. Groups the oversize, figurines, wall art, limited edition bulky subscription stuff, packed in five heavy cartons (120-150 pounds shipping). Emphasis on basketball , specifically the Chicago Bulls and singly Michael Jordan. NO jerseys, NO bobbleheads, NO Jordan autographs or other expensive stuff. Just piles of disorganized cards of various sizes purchased as investments in the 1995-2000 era and saved for the expected appreciation that never occurred. Huge duplication. A small pizza size box of "signed" cards (almost all printed or autopen) is included. Perfect for a basketball themed man cave.Cat. Value: S.B. 500.00
Price Realized: $425.00
62Six uncut rolls of 1990’s Topps baseball cards and dozens of large pictures of Wrigley and Comiskey. OFFICE PICKUP ONLY.Cat. Value: S.B. 20.00
Price Realized: $130.00
63Baseball and Space investment/promotional sets from the early 1990s. Consists of 25 Moon Mars 36 Card Set Special Edition, mint in original boxes, 50 Black Sox 1919 25 card set Unique Team Set Reprint in original boxes and display box, ten Ken Griffey Limerick 3 Hologram Card in original boxes plus miscellany. Offered at a fraction of their original costs in early 1990s dollars.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $30.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Cameras
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
64Collectible cameras from a well kept estate. Seems to cover the time period 1920-1980. Most are still useable. Includes cameras, lenses, light meters, etc. Around 30 different pieces all in resalable condition. Inspection necessary. Heavy shipping in three cartons. Suggested OFFICE PICKUP.Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Price Realized: $60.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Clowns
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
65"All things Clown" collection. No stamps. Includes: figurines (dozens), children's books, framed needlepoint pictures, newspaper clippings, loose heads, feet, etc. Probably quite collectible. Fills three large cartons only partially unwrapped for the pictures. Fragile. Suggested OFFICE PICK UP ONLY (handling surcharge applies if shipped). Fit for anyone's creepy clown collection.Cat. Value: S.B. 300.00
Price Realized: $80.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Ephemera
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
66Ephemera from a large consignment. Includes: a handful of poor condition World's Fair (1893-1934) items, an old English postal box bank, a modern coil stamp dispenser, Nazi SS German ID circa 1940, US FDCs with coins included (mainly modern US nickels), a pair of Japanese souvenir sheets with faults, Kennedy collectables, UN FDCS, subscription items, framed stamp art, and best of all 300 golden age postcards mainly sleeved. Due to the breakable nature and difficult shipping nature, this one is OFFICE PICK UP ONLY.Cat. Value: S.B. 500.00
Price Realized: $350.00
67Fascinating unusual collectibles from the Cornhusker estate. Consists of four Nebraska obsolete currency, six fractional currency both in various stages of condition, seven Columbian Exposition tickets in uncirculated, a slightly impaired used White Plains sheet condition plus miscellany.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $750.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Furniture
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
68Five pieces of furniture as received from the consignor. Consists of four wood tables roughly from the 1930s or 1940s which have been lacquered. Includes a coffee table 32” long and 18” high, two matching sides 15” long and 27” high, and the last table 20” and 27” long. Also entails a reupholstered 16” long and 18*’ high foot stool. . Office Pick Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $42.00
69Tiffany “like” table lamp and shade probably from the 1920s or 1930s. The shade is 16” across and the lamp base is 20” high. Both are not marked. The shade has no visible damage and the base has normal wear. Needs rewiring to see if it works. Sold “as is” and Office Pick Up OnlyCat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $120.00
70Direct from a Midwest estate 29” long and 36” high appears maple secretary desk. Offered “as is” and Office Pick Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $16.00
71Direct from a Midwest estate 28” long and 28” high Victorian marble top table manufactured in Decatur, Illinois. Marble top has wear and scratches from usage by the top and wood is in remarkable condition for their age. Office Pick Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $22.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Germany
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
72German language items consisting of around 40 vinyl record albums from the 1970s and about 30 hardback books also mostly from the 1970s in two large and one small carton. Includes an interesting Bible from the 1800s and an early 20th Century Royalty. If you enjoy German music and have a turntable and can read German, this lot is up your “gasse”. Office Pick Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $12.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Glassware
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
73Waterford crystal champagne flutes (12 x 9 in) carefully packed in a large carton. Two have been removed for display. Appear to be from the Lismore Nouveau Flute series circa 1975. Each has the straight line "WATERFORD" etching at the base. Probably lightly used. Strikingly elegant. Fragile OFFICE PICK UP ONLY. NO SHIPPING AVAILABLE.Cat. Value: S.B. 425.00
Price Realized: $130.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Housewares
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
74Miscellaneous houseware from a local estate. Highlights include: two sets of silver plate flatware (one from 1937). No sterling. A mid century modern "atomic clock" not working, and a handful of old liquor decanters and jugs. Useful and displayable. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY. NO SHIPPING AVAILABLE.Cat. Value: S.B. 30.00
Price Realized: $36.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Jewelry
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
75Jewelry from an eclectic consignment. The only marked items are a 14K gold pendant having purple stones and a green stone ring marked silver. The rest is sold “as is.”Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $150.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Knives
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
76Five collectible daggers from the WWI and WWII era. Two " Allies" bayonets and three " Axis" ceremonial dress pieces. Good condition except for the Italian one that has been altered for cooking. All need cleaning. At least two are genuine and not reproductions. Sold "As Is".Cat. Value: S.B. 325.00
Price Realized: $260.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Mailbags
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
77Unusual United States related collectibles in two of our largest cartons. Consists of a dozen mailbags, some are leather, having ten US and one each from Germany and France from the the 1930s to the 1950s. Also includes a neat tin mailer for a dozen eggs, and a postage machine from the Flatto Co of Laredo, Texas. (sold as is) and four Whitman folders of common Lincoln Cents and Jefferson Nickels. For the ultimate Man Postal Cave. Office Pick Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $190.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Music Box
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
78Regina Music Box for 12” disks having the last patent date on June 27, 1893. “As found” condition and sold “as is” as there is NO crank to test it. Also come with a four-drawer wooden storage box contain over fifty extra 12” metal disks. This box has damage to the upper right top and has been repaired on the back top. Due to bulkiness: Office Pick Up ONLY.Cat. Value: S.B. 550.00
Price Realized: $700.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Musical Instruments
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
79Two musical instruments as received from a Midwest estate. Entails an Autoharp by C. F. Zimmermann of Dolgeville, NY from the 1890s which appears to work and an ukulele having broken strings in its original carrying case. Sold “as is” and Office Pick Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $50.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — North Korea
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
80Four North Korea Safe Conduct passes appearing to be from the Korean War. One noted in English “dropped from plane and removed from Chinese POW.” Unusual.Cat. Value: S.B. 65.00
Price Realized: $85.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Other Collectibles
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
81Twenty or so isolated items from the tail end of a well organized estate. Contents: an old Smith Corona student typewriter, a small group of commemorative bells, a couple of old dolls, an army medal or two, and all the other stuff that came out of the packed boxes of this estate. As is.Cat. Value: S.B. 30.00
Price Realized: $55.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Photographs
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
82Historical photographs accumulation as received from the consignor in one carton. Comprises an original postcard album having over 200 cards from 1910 to 1930s mainly from the Western States, a stereoscope and about 50 worldwide stereo cards and three tintype albums of varying sizes having around 100 photos from a family in Pennsylvania.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $180.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Souvenir Spoons
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
83All the souvenir spoons as received from a Midwest estate in one medium plastic tub. Comprises around 130 mainly plated but also some silver spoons from the United States and foreign places mostly sealed in protected plastic appearing to be a grandma collection.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $190.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Staffordshire Dogs
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
84Pair of 12 inch Staffordshire ceramic dogs from the mid-1800s. NO damage or chips except for the usual age crazing, Office Pick Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Price Realized: $90.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Stamp vending machine
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
85Schermack stamp vending machine excellent shapeCat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $150.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Silver Plate Flatware
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86Silver plate from the late 19th Century to the mid-20th Century as received from a Midwest estate in three plastic tubs and on display in our gallery. Consists of around 35 platters, pitchers, coffee pot, candlesticks, small bowls of varying sizes etc. as well as a miscellaneous patterns of spoons, forks, knives, and serving pieces. The large serving tray is spectacular. Office Pick Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $85.00
87Silver plate assortment as received. Includes roughly 30 souvenir spoons in a display case, two large serving platters, two smaller trays, Warren Silver Plate serving set having a teapot (broken handle), sugar, creamer, salt, pepper shakers etc. Office Pick Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $10.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Sterling Flatware
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
88Marked sterling silver as received from a Midwest estate in one large plastic tub. Involves roughly 200 pieces consisting of forks, spoons, knives, serving pieces, salt, pepper shakers, several weighted items, and small bowls. Bring a trusty loupe, scale, and a little patience to calculate value. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $2,600.00
89Marked sterling silver as received from an estate. Includes around 80 pieces involving forks, spoons, knives, and serving pieces. About 80% comprise two mixed Tiffany & Co patterns which one involves a place setting of twelve monogrammed dinner, small forks, spoons, knives, and several serving pieces. Office Pick Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,150.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Toys
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
90Original Midway 1981 Ms. Pacman machine in working condition. In service in a cocktail lounge 1982-1987 as proven by the Illinois and Chicago gaming stamps. Scratches, soiling and evidence of a few spilled drinks. Works well except Kim always wins. All original with sounds and motherboard intact. Could use a professional cleaning from its active bar time. Man cave or techie room appropriate for children of the 1970s-1980s. Great project. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY. WELL OVER 150 POUNDS. No shipping available. MUST BE REMOVED BY JUNE 1st.Cat. Value: S.B. 450.00
Price Realized: $750.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Trains
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
91Train mainly HO assortment as received from the consignor. Highlights includes four different Tyco custom sets from 1976-1977 of which three are still in their original cello, one is opened and one Lionel American Freedom Train also in its original cello but the cardboard is a little warped. Also includes Lionel GS.4 Northern American Freedom and Southern Pacific locomotives and tenders in their boxes. A variety of Tyco and Bachmann cars, locomotive from the mid-1970s, several older Lionel cars and a locomotive from the 1960s, and four Ulrich Hi-Liner unused kits are just some of the highlights. Three cartons of miscellaneous model kits, for engines, cars, and accessories complete this awesome train selection. Viewing a must to full appreciate. Office Pick-Up Only.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $300.00
92Marklin HO eight locomotives and cars. Consists of Santa Fe digital #3662, passenger cars #43601, 43602, 43603, 43604, 43614, Union Pacific #37610, and 40631. Looks new in their original boxes and never has been on a track. Several of the passenger car boxes have residue from price stickers.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $400.00
93Lot of eleven mostly all different 1950's Marklin railroad cars. Includes Marklin 321-3 Stake car, 328 Green Baggage Car, 391 Flat car 4 axles vers. 2, 361G Lumber Car w 2 Pivoting Cradle Cars, 332/3 Brown Box Car, 325/4, Gambrinus Beer Wagon ver. 4, two 346/2 Red Diner Cars, 346/1 Green Passenger Car, 346/4 Green Baggage Car, 346/1 Green 2nd Class Passenger Car with lights. Most are in original boxes or a few reconstructed boxes.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $230.00
94Marklin HO 3720 digital diesel compressed air locomotive in the orginal box, VF.Cat. Value: $100.00
Price Realized: $60.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — World's Fair
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
95Striking souvenirs of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, Columbian Exposition. Includes a set of mint postcards (11) and their original wrapper (#EX24Wc), along with a multi color souvenir brochure from the Heath & Milligan Manufacturing Co. Clean and very collectable.Cat. Value: S.B. 140.00
Price Realized: $170.00
96A selection of tickets from the Chicago World's Fair, Columbian Exposition 1893. Includes a full set of the multi color souvenir tickets, plus full tickets with stubs for October 9, 1893, Chicago Day Child's ticket, and Manhattan Day. Plus as a bonus, eleven more duplicates or extras. Great event souvenirs in excellent condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 120.00
Price Realized: $900.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — WWII collectibles
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
97WWII soldier's souvenirs from the US occupation of Germany 1945-1948. Third Reich small size banners and armbands collected during that period and shipped back home. Probably most are vintage reproductions. In person viewing by request.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $250.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Zeppelin
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
98Unusual German Zeppelin 14” X 11 ½” bronze plaque in a 20 ½” X 18” display case. Approximately 20 pounds in weight, call for shipping costs to your area. The ultimate collectible for a Zeppelin afficando.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $210.00
99Zeppelin paraphernalia as received in a pizza- size box mainly from the 1930s and 1940s. Comprises news clippings, letters, several soft cover pamphlets, and a blue hardcover book. Also includes 1989 an auction catalog and a piece of the outer cover of the Graf Zeppelin taken from the damaged fin on her first flight across the Atlantic in 1928.Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Price Realized: $260.00
POSTCARDS — United States
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
100United States accumulation in nine cartons. Approximately 20,000 postcards from the Golden Age, Linen and Chrome Eras. Consists of postally used and unused postcards mainly from all areas of the US. A fun holding for making internet lotsCat. Value: S.B. 1000.00
Price Realized: $1,250.00

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