Public Auction

Public Auction 040117

Personal property from the Estate of Ruby Thompson, Edinburg, VA; the Homes of Linda Caesar, Toms Brook, VA; Mary Turner, Luray, VA; plus others.

LIVE ON-SITE AUCTION
Began: 04/01/17 at 9:00 AM EDT
Location: High Street Galleries, 116-A North High Street, Edinburg, VA 22824

Laughlin Auctions

Public Auction

High Street Galleries

Edinburg, Virginia

Saturday, April 1st, 2017, at 9:00 a.m.

Preview: Friday, March 31st 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

*500 Shares of Shentel Stock at 12:00 Noon*

Personal property from the Estate of Ruby Thompson, Edinburg, VA; the Homes of Linda Caesar, Toms Brook, VA; Mary Turner, Luray, VA; plus others.

DIRECTIONS: I-81 Exit 279 at Edinburg, VA. East on Stony Creek Blvd., cross RR track, left on Printz, right on Piccadilly, left on High Street, 2 ½ blocks to large parking lot on left.

FURNITURE: Round walnut center pedestal table; 2- walnut bent arm rockers; walnut Queen Anne style hall table; several pieces of walnut veneer Deco Era furniture; mahogany Duncan Phyfe style extension table w/ 6 chairs; mahogany 4 door china cabinet; mahogany 2 over 4 drawer chest on chest; mahogany center pedestal stand; selection of mahogany stands, tables & chests; marble top washstand; 2- large cedar wardrobes, one with drawer at bottom; cedar blanket chest; painted white furniture including 2- dressers with mirrors, 2- primitive tables, washstand, iron bed; pair of iron bar stools; wicker tea cart; set of 8 splint bottom chairs; green painted rocker; selection of chairs & rockers; cherry vanity w/ bench; selection of upholstered furniture; pair of twin beds; farm bench; dome & flat trunks; 2- oak splay leg tables; 40+ other pieces of furniture not listed.

SMALLS: 25 pieces of German stoneware w/ blue decoration; quilts & tied comforts; splint baskets; selection of sterling silver; stoneware mixing bowls; vintage dresses & hat boxes; selection of stoneware crocks & jugs; great selection of marbles; selection of banks; selection of candy containers; tinware & brass; 5- galvanized watering cans; several pieces of cast iron; coffee grinder; child’s chairs & rolltop desk; advertising boxes; pool table light; Aunt Jemima butter churn; Aunt Jemima S&P’s & syrupers; porcelain enamel; kitchen collectibles; several beer steins; selection of figurines; brass bucket; 4 oyster tins; advertising bags; oil lamps; glass paper weights; cast iron door stops; 2- cast iron Boston Terriers; cast iron “Pointer”; cookie cutters; wooden wall box; 3- miniature cannons; large selection of quality smalls not listed.

VALLEY POTTERY: 10+ decorated stoneware crocks; multi-glaze cake mold; several redware & stoneware spittoons; stoneware jugs; miniature redware & stoneware creamers; 3- miniature spittoons; other stoneware & redware not listed (offered at 11:00 a.m. by catalog).

GLASSWARE: Bride’s basket; 6- sugar shakers; several syrupers; selection of art glass; Haviland china, service for 8 plus extras; selection of green & pink depression; large selection of Fostoria; great selection of other glassware – porcelain – china not listed.

COINS: 80+ lots of silver coins including Morgan & Peace dollars; ½’s & ¼’s; several Buffalo nickels; selection of currency; other coins not listed (coins offered by catalog at 9:00 a.m.).

TOYS & DOLLS: Selection of fire trucks; die cast cars & trucks; several cast iron toys; 50+ Barbies (OIB); selection of dolls & doll furniture.

BANKS – DOOR STOPS – MARBLE COLLECTION: 50+ cast iron & decorated tin still banks; 25+ cast iron door stops; great selection of marbles including “Swirls”, “Cat Eyes”, clay, & other (offered after coins at approximately 10:00 a.m.).

BOOKS OF INTEREST – BROADWAY HIGH SCHOOL ANNUALS: Wayland’s “Men of Mark & Representative Citizens of Harrisonburg & Rockingham County,” 1943; 1939 “Atlas of Rockingham Co., VA,” Showalter; 2- Lake’s 1885 Atlas of Rockingham Co., VA; books related to Virginia & the Civil War; Broadway High School annuals, 1945-1979 (several years missing); 1944 & 1945 Madison College annuals.

FIREARMS: French Darne sliding breech 12 ga. SxS shotgun, beautiful bluing and stock, 28 ½”, full & mod; Tikka combination 12 ga., .222 OU, walnut stock and solid rib; Spanish Gorosabel 20 gal. SxS, lightly engraved with solid rib, full & mod; Belgium Browning BLR .243; like new Remington Model 1100 LT-20 20 ga. w/ vent rib; Pre 64 Winchester Model 94 30-30, like new; Winchester Model 69A .22; Lefever Nitro Special 20 ga. SxS with solid rib; Remington 121 Fieldmaster .22  w/ Lyman peep; 1951 Winchester Model 12 20 ga. 26” mod; Belgium Browning Twelvette Double auto 12 ga. w/ solid rib; Marlin original Golden 39AS  .22 w/ Bushnell Sharpshooter scope; Benelli Montefeltro 12 ga. w/ vent rib, NIB; Remington 597 Dale Earnhardt, Jr. .22, NIB; Remington 597 Dale Earnhardt, Sr. .22, NIB; Savage Arms Axis II XP .243 w/ scope, NIB; Remington SPS .243, NIB; Page-Lewis Model D Reliance .22; Winchester Model 70 .243 WSSM w/ synthetic stock; Weatherby Vanguard .243, synthetic stock sub MOA; Henry Model H002C .22 survival rifle; Winchester Model 06 .22; Sears J.C. Higgins Model 30 .22; Savage Model 24V Series B 30-30, 20 ga. OU; Stevens 940 12 ga. single barrel; Brno Czech 8mm military rifle; Winchester Model 12 16 ga. non matching SN; Baikal IZH43 20 ga. SxS; Remington 1100 LT-20 magnum with vent rib, OIB; Remington 870 Express magnum 20 ga. OIB; Remington Sportsman 58 12 ga. semi-auto w/ hunt scenes; Mossberg 26B .22 w/ Weaver R1 Quik Point scope and peep; Remington 11-48 12 ga. semi-auto; Enfield 1917 SMLE III 303 British; Iver Johnson 12 ga. single barrel; Stevens Savage Model 325-A 30-30; Traditions Buckhunter 50 cal. inline; American Tactical .22; Izhmash Saiga 7.72 x 39; Ruger New Model Blackhawk .44 mag. w/ 7 ½” barrel; Colt Official Positive 38 revolver w/ 6” barrel; Colt Police Positive .32 revolver w/ 4” barrel; Beretta Nano 9mm, NIB; Springfield XD-40 Tactical 40  S&W, NIB; S&W SD9VE 9mm, NIB; Ruger 9E 9mm Luger, NIB; H&K P2000SK 40 S&W, NIB; S&W 638-3 Airweight revolver 38 S&W Spl+P, NIB; S&W M&P Bodyguard .380, NIB. Note: Firearms will be offered at 10:00 a.m. and sold under Laughlin Auctions FFL. All federal and state laws apply.

NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACTS – KNIVES – FIREARM RELATED: Large display of nice Native American points; approximately 40 Case folding knives; selection of straight razors; selection of .22 ammo in 50 round boxes and 100 round sleeves; reloading dies; rifle stocks & receivers; cleaning kits; gun cases; two dug sword scabbards; saber w/ brass and leather wrapped handle; saber bayonet w/ damaged blade; many more items not listed. Note: Knives are from the Nat Blewitt collection, Edinburg, VA, and will be offered after firearms.

MILLING MACHINE – METAL LATHE – TOOLS: Atlas Clausing 8520 milling machine w/ accessories; 10” metal lathe on stand w/ ½ h.p. motor 1ph; heavy duty Walker Turner scroll saw on stand; selection of hand planes; selection of hand & long handled tools; garage & shed items.

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