Estate Auction

Estate Auction 060317

Personal property from the Carroll & Dorthy Mason Estate, Broadway, VA; 2 Prominent Rockingham County, VA, homes; plus others.

LIVE ON-SITE AUCTION
Begins: 06/03/17 at 9:00 AM EDT
Location: High Street Galleries, 116-A North High Street, Edinburg, VA 22824

Laughlin Auctions

Estate Auction

High Street Galleries

116-A North High Street

Edinburg, Virginia

Saturday, June 3rd, 2017, at 9:00 A.M.

Preview: Friday, June 2nd –10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

*1,920 Shares of Shentel Stock at 12:00 Noon*

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.

Personal property from the Carroll & Dorthy Mason Estate, Broadway, VA; 2 Prominent Rockingham County, VA, homes; plus others.

SPECIAL TO AUCTION: 30+ John L. Heatwole carvings including 6 ft. double faced staff/walking stick; “John Henry” plaque; “John Heatwole”, Potter; Santas; mice & rabbits & many others (please visit our website photo gallery for photos & names).

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, VA, & SHENANDOAH VALLEY POTTERY: ½ gallon stoneware pitcher w/ blue, att. Suter; 2 gallon jug w/ blue, att. Coffman; 1 gallon J.D. Heatwole stenciled crock; 1 gallon Ireland-Duey & Shinnick, Mt. Crawford, VA, with blue; ½ & 1 gallon E. Suter redware crocks; 2- 1 gallon J. Silber crocks; 2- 1 gallon Woods & Silber crocks; J. Eberly bean pot; J. M. Hickerson butter bowl; selection of other stoneware & redware not listed (offered by catalog at 11:00 a.m.).

CLORE & SUTER FURNITURE: Clores cherry turned leg dropleaf table; set of 8 Clores cherry dining chairs; Clores walnut 2 drawer drop leaf stand; Clores walnut “open” rocker; Suters walnut 4 poster bed; Suters walnut vanity w/ mirror & bench; Suters walnut drop leaf table w/ turned legs.

ANTIQUE & PRIMITIVE FURNITURE: Early walnut 7 ft. farm table w/ 2 drawers, turned legs; walnut jelly cupboard, 2 drawers over 2 doors, turned legs; 2- walnut single stands; walnut 2 door jelly cupboard w/ solid ends; walnut hanging 2 door cupboard; walnut tapered leg single drawer table; 3- walnut dropleaf tables; set of 3 walnut “Burnshire” stands; walnut high back bed; walnut 3 drawer chest; Apple Green painted yellow pine single door jelly cupboard; green painted open step back cupboard; green & black 2 door hanging cupboard; burgundy painted 2 door cupboard; painted yellow pine wood box; 2 door jelly cupboard w/ mustard & red paint; child’s painted wicker rocker; 8 ft. yellow pine morticed farm bench; yellow pine church pew; walnut baby crib; yellow pine paneled blanket chest; Sellers oak kitchen cabinet, complete; oak dresser w/ mirror; oak washstand; oak 4 drawer chest; quarter sawn oak center pedestal table w/ rolled feet; oak pressed back armed rocker; selection of other rockers; plank bottom chairs; 3- cedar blanket chests; 3 pc. ice cream set; pump organ; selection of other furniture not listed.

TEXTILES: 15 early handstitched quilts; 8 coverlets; 4 hooked rugs; selection of braided rugs; tied comforts; several linsey-woolsey blankets; other textiles not listed.

SMALLS: Painted miniature cabinet w/ 2 grain painted raised panel doors, bun feet, 21” x 16”; early poplar & yellow pine dovetailed box w/ turned feet (top missing), 15 ½” x 10 ¾” x 9 ¾”; blue painted lift top box; nice selection of pantry boxes; several wall boxes; great selection of early splint baskets; Elmer Price baskets; Lucy Cook basket; butter molds; treenware; selection of yellow ware banded bowls; Blue-White salt glaze; cylinder butter churn w/ green over red paint; cast iron door stops; blue-white graniteware; Rockingham ware; several painted miniature benches; painted firkin; several cutlery trays; barn lanterns; cow bells; skaters lantern; milk & cream cans; cast iron; skimmer – fork – ladle; stoneware mixing bowls; stoneware crocks & jugs; kitchen collectibles; wicker planter; brass sleigh bells; oil lamps; selection of checker & game boards; “Black” whirligig; early painted “Black Swan Tavern” sign; selection of bottles; several milk bottles & green jars; large selection of other quality smalls not listed; selection of “tray lot” & “bagged” smalls; sterling flatware; copper apple butter kettle.

SCALES COLLECTION: Large selection of scales of every description including U.S. Parcel Post scales; hanging scales; counter top scales; other scales not listed (offered after firearms, approximately 11:30 a.m.).

BOOKS: 7- volumes of Foxfire; Timberville, VA “The Early Years”; “Mills of Rockingham County, VA”; “The Heartland, Rockingham Co., VA”; “Where the River Flows”; books on Virginia & the Civil War; large selection of boxed books.

ADVERTISING: 1936 Studebaker ad; Marhoefer Bread thermometer; Ray S. Hottel, Mt. Crawford, VA flour bags; Squirrel Brand Salted Peanuts jar w/ lid; Dwinell-Wright Co. “Boston Coffee” box; Jackson Square coffee tin; 1920 Rockingham Motor Co. calendar; 1901 Shenandoah Fertilizer Co. calendar; Planter’s Peanut jar; Coca Cola serving tray; other advertising items.

STEIFF COLLECTION: 40+ Steiff animals including bears, dogs, monkey, tiger, lion, rabbits, & others.

BLACK MEMORABILIA: “Black” jointed wooden man, 1929; Aunt Jemima note pad; selection of F&F Aunt Jemima & Uncle Mose S&P’s & syrupers; several black chalks; black cloth doll; framed black art on fabric; other black memorabilia.

TOYS & DOLLS: 1920’s pressed steel friction delivery van; 1920’s Metalcraft Heinz delivery truck; several 1920’s pressed steel trucks & cars; 1940’s Structo dump; John Deere pedal tractor; pressed steel wagon; 10- Winross trucks, OIB; Texaco planes, OIB; Breyer horses; selection of other toys not listed; selection of children’s books; large wooden doll house w/ wooden shake roof; 25+ dolls including composition head, rag, metal head; selection of Madame Alexander dolls; doll furniture & clothing; doll cradle; doll carriage.

CHRISTMAS COLLECTIBLES: Esso Santa Claus mailbox; selection of Santas; ornaments; cast iron Christmas tree stand; “tray lots” of Christmas items.

COINS: Approximately 80 lots of silver coins including Morgan dollars; ½’s & ¼’s; selection of currency (offered by catalog at 9:00 a.m.).

FRAMED ART: Selection of P. Buckley Moss prints (framed and unframed); framed prints by Linda Patrick, Ken Schuler, Kay Murphy & others; framed “Lee’s Generals”; “Robert E. Lee” framed prints; other art not listed.

FLINTLOCK & PERCUSSION RIFLES – REVOLVERS – PISTOLS: Full stock percussion rifle w/ barrel marked P. Sager; full stock percussion rifle w/ Tiger stripe maple stock and barrel marked A.B. Smith; full stock percussion rifle marked L. Pomeroy 1834 US; Harpers Ferry Model 1816 69 cal. percussion rifle marked 1836; U.S. Springfield 1862 percussion rifle; full stock percussion rifle w/ tiger stripe maple stock; full stock percussion rifle w/ Tiger stripe maple stock and brass patch box; Smith 50 cal. breech loading percussion carbine address Poultney & Trimble Baltimore USA; C. Sharps 1863 centerfire arsenal conversion flintlock pistol marked A. Waters 1838, US NWP on barrel; 2” percussion derringer marked Derringer Philadelphia on barrel and plate; Remington New Army .44 cal. percussion revolver; Colt Root 28 cal. 2nd model percussion revolver; Colt Model 1849 31 cal. pocket pistol w/ 6” barrel.

MODERN HUNTING & COLLECTIBLE SPORTING ARMS: Winchester Model 1886 38-56 sporting rifle w/ 26” octagon barrel; Winchester Model 1894 38-55 sporting rifle w/ 26” round barrel; Winchester Model 1895 30 U.S.; Winchester Model 1910 .401 self loader; Winchester Model 1905 35 & 32 cal. rifles; Marlin Ballards Pat. 38L single shot rifle; two U.S. Springfield Model 1884 45-70; trapdoor rifles; U.S. Springfield Model 1873 45-70; Trapdoor Remington Model 12 .22; two Colt Thuer 3rd Model 41 cal. derringers; Stevens .22 cal. pocket rifle w/ 6” barrel; Stevens .22 call single shot pocket pistol; Sharps .22 cal. 4 shot pepperbox; S&W 1st Model 2nd issue .22 revolver; Colt Model 1903 .38 auto; Browning A-Bolt .221 w/ Swift scope; Winchester Model 68 .22; Savage Model 24-B .22/.410 OU; Remington Model 788 .222; Savage Model 25 .204 Ruger w/ Leupold 3×9 scope; Savage Model 93 .22 mag; Browning A-Bolt .22 w/ laminate stock, NIB; Browning A-Bolt .204 Ruger, NIB; Remington 504 Mach 2 .17 Mach 2; Winchester Model 67 .22; Winchester Model 37A 20 ga.; Remington Model 580 smooth bore .22 Marlin Model 25 MB .22 mag; Browning Gold Hunter 3 ½” 12 ga. mag. Note: Firearms will be offered at 10:00 a.m. and sold under Laughlin Auctions FFL. All federal and state laws apply.

SHORT SWORD – KNIVES: Artillery short sword w/ leather & brass scabbard, blade marked United States 1842 JCB, Eagle over N.P. Ames Springfield; 40 folding knives by Case, Marbles, Schrade and others; knife display cases; selection of Case XX leather sheaths. Note: Knives are from the Nat Blewitt Collection, Edinburg, VA, and will be offered after firearms.

GAME MOUNTS & SPORTING RELATED: Black bear shoulder mount; red fox, bob cat, whitetail deer mount; elk horns; Leupold Zombie VXR scope; Tru-Tone Old Hickory box caller; framed NWTF print “The Giveaway”; Winchester Firearms advertisement; Parabellum P.08 air pistol; several BB & pellet rifles; small selection of black powder and firearm related supplies; small selection of Western Super Match 45 auto factory reloads.

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