High Street Galleries
116-A North High Street
Saturday, June 24th, 2017, at 9:00 A.M.
Preview: Friday, June 23rd –10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
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 Estate of Jewel Hayes Brice, Basye, VA, plus others.
SPECIAL TO AUCTION: Circa 1840’s pair of signed portraits, Gentleman & Lady, framed oil on canvas, signed “Gerard, 1846”, 22 ½” x 18 ¼”; early oil on canvas, “Riding in the Forest”, signed J. E. Goard, framed, 51” x 30”; selection of other framed art (offered at 11:30 a.m. just prior to furniture).
FURNITURE: Early walnut Hepplewhite 4 drawer chest w/ banded inlay, full height feet; Clores walnut “ribbed back” rocker w/ arms; Clores walnut ladderback back armed rocker; 2- Clores walnut foot stools; walnut 12 tin pie safe, 2 drawers over 2 doors, tapered legs; walnut Sheraton 4 drawer chest; walnut 2 drawer “Tavern” table; walnut stepback cupboard; walnut solid end 4 drawer chest; walnut hall tree; walnut Pembroke stand; walnut tapered leg drop leaf table; mahogany bowfront Hepplewhite 4 drawer chest; mixed wood split panel blanket chest w/ turned legs; yellow pine 2 door over 2 drawer wardrobe w/ red wash; yellow pine blanket chest w/ mustard paint w/ bracket feet; 3 shelf bucket bench w/ red wash; 6 ft. farm bench; morticed yellow pine bench w/ green paint; yellow pine 4 shelf bucket bench; primitive cradle; Deacon’s bench; selection of other primitive furniture; selection of white wicker; yellow pine mantel; 4 tin turned leg pie safe; corner cupboard base; pine knee hole desk w/ ogee feet; corner chair; 2- Henkel-Harris side chairs; walnut marble top wash stand; semi “fancy” iron bed w/ brass finials; selection of armed & open rockers; grain painted chest of drawers; dome & flat trunks; mesh iron patio furniture; Windsor chair; apple green 4 door stepback cupboard; cherry 8 pane corner cupboard; cherry farm table w/ heavy turned legs; cherry flatwall cupboard, 6 pane doors over 2 raised panel doors; cherry & mixed wood flatwall cupboard; cherry & mixed lift seat hall bench; walnut 4 door cupboard; walnut tea table; 5 ft. mixed wood farm table w/ heavy walnut legs; painted 3 tier plant stand; 25+ other pcs. of furniture.
SHENANDOAH VALLEY POTTERY: 1 gallon Miller & Woodard w/ blue; 1 gallon W. H. Crisman w/ blue; 1 ½ gallon Hickerson w/ blue; 10+ other pcs. of Valley pottery w/ blue including Lehew, Sol. Bell, G. Miller, Sonner & others (offered by catalog at 11:00 a.m.).
SMALLS: “Bryce’s Hillside Cottages” Jumbo Cola advertising sigh, 56” x 32”; primitive cutlery tray; early painted horse on frame w/ leather saddle; 2- framed wax silhouettes; selection of other silhouettes; 20+ splint & rod baskets; selection of coverlets, quilts & tied comforts; selection of treenware; 2 drawer yellow pine shelf; early cutlery box; 4- carved ornate canes; wooden advertising boxes; 5- banded stoneware & yellow ware bowls; large selection of milk crocks & jugs; 8 & 12 tube candle molds; coffee grinder; butter mold; kitchen collectibles; Rosewood knife box w/ “Shell” inlay; wooden firkin; painted cedar tub; selection of jardinières; brass bucket; brass candle sticks; selection of cast iron; bed warmer; selection of wooden rolling pins; selection of beer steins; selection of porcelain enamel; jadeite lamps w/ marble bases; umbrella stand; rag rug runners; wicker baby carriage; “Bird Haven” bowl; tinware “clown” toy; large wooden tray; hanging 2 door cupboard; selection of ironstone chamber pots & pitchers; figurines; large selection of “tray lot” smalls.
LOCAL BOOKS: 20+ local books including “The Burning,” “Lee’s Lieutenants,” numerous books on Virginia, The Shenandoah Valley & others; ALSO, books on Trains, Model Railroading, Lionel Trains & other train related; selection of books on flowers & gardens.
COINS: 100 lots of silver coins including Morgan dollars, ½’s & ¼’s; currency; mint and proof sets (offered by catalog at 9:00 a.m.).
SPORTING & COMMEMORATIVE FIREARMS: Win. Model 1892 25-20 WCF; Pre 64 Win. Model 94 30-30; six Rem. Model 700 Classic rifles, NIB include 25-06, 338 Win. Mag, 300 Wby. Mag., 375 H&H mag, 35 Whelen; Rem. Model 700 Mountain rifle 7×57 NIB; Rem. Model 700 custom mountain rifle 7mm mag. w/ synthetic stock, NIB; Rem. Model 700 custom mountain rifle 375 H&H mag. w/ synthetic stock, NIB; Rem. Model 700 Light Varmint 22-250 w/ synthetic stock and stainless fluted barrel, NIB; Rem. model 700 MLS 50 cal. inline OIB; Browning BBR 7mm mag. Elk Issue, NIB; Win. 1894 30-30 Antlered Game, NIB; Win. 1894 Wells Fargo 30-30 carbine, NIB; Win. 1894 Limited Edition II 30-30 carbine, NIB; Win. 1894 Buffalo Bill 30-30, no box; Win. Model 1894 Legendary Lawmen 30-30 NIB; Rem. SP-10 10 ga. mag., NIB; Rem. Model 1100 Special Purpose 12 ga. mag., NIB; Rem. Model Four Limited Edition 30-06, 1 of 1,500, NIB; Glenfield Marlin Model 60 .22; Savage Springfield Model 947E .410; Ranger Model 5000 16 ga. SxS; New England Arms Pardner SB1 12 ga. single barrel; Stevens Model 237A 20 ga. BA; Revelation R325 BKB 20 ga.; Stevens Model 311-H 12 ga. SxS; Marlin Model 336 CS 30-30; Springfield Model 87A .22; Sears & Roebuck J. C. Higgins Model 20 12 ga.; Arsenal USA SLR 107F 7.62 x 39; Stevens Crackshot .22; Ruger Mark II Government Target .22 pistol, NIB; Colt .22 Bookcase Derringers; Erma-Werke EP25 6.35 (25 auto), OIB; Glock Model 21 .45 auto w/ holster & magazine pouch, OIB; Glock Model 26 9mm w/ Sneaky Pete holster, NIB; Ruger Speed-Six 357 mag. revolver w/ holster & grips, custom work done by 300 Gunsmith Service; S&W Model 1 ½ Lemon Squeezer 32 revolver; H&R hammerless 32 cal. revolver; J.C. Higgins High Standard Model 88 .22 revolver, OIB; Armi Tanfoglio GT-27 25 auto, OIB; National Arms Co. 38 cal. revolver. Note: Firearms will be offered at 10:00 a.m. and sold under Laughlin Auctions Inc. FFL. All federal and state laws apply.
CIVIL WAR & PAGE CO., VA PAPER: 200+ pcs. of early paper relating to the Civil War in the Valley of Virginia, Luray, VA & The Long Family of Page Co., VA. Dates range 1815-1872. Also – Books on R.E. Lee; “The William Good Family”; other books relating to the Shenandoah Valley & Pennsylvania Germans in the Valley.
MILITARY FIREARMS – GERMAN & AMERICAN MILITARY COLLECTIBLES: Gustloff Werke Model 98 8mm Mauser w/ Nazi proof marks, bcd 43 code; German 9mm artillery Luger marked DWM w/ 7 3/4: barrel, marked w/ Crown over N, holster marked 1917 w/ tool and cleaning rod; sporterized 6.5 Arisaka w/ antiaircraft sights; Kriegsmarine Flag; German National pole flag; Brno VZ24 8mm Mauser; 1891 Argentine 8mm Mauser; German P.38 9mm Para Cya code (Spreewerke) w/ waffeamt stamp and Nazi proof marks; K98 bayonet marked Elite-Diamant 1503d w/ scabbard and leather frog faintly marked 1939; German and American military helmets; tobacco card picture albums of Nazi Germany; Hitler youth drum; selection of Nazi arm bands, uniform patches and tinnies; American military uniforms, pins and arm patches; canteens and mess kits; ammunition belts; small selection of re-enactors clothing; SS dagger w/ scabbard RZM M7/83; Collins Model 1005 Army Engineers machete w/ two piece horn grips, brown leather scabbard w/ crown & hammer logo; Corpsmans type knife; sword and bayonet blades; selection of large fixed blade knives by I. Wilson and J. Russell; M1 30 carbine magazines; Bariska binoculars; hide scales; selection of books including Knife Makers for the Early West, The Skinning Knife, The Steel Trap; many more German and American military collectibles not mentioned. Note: Military collectibles will begin at 9:00 a.m.
MILITARY BOOKS: Selection of books on Adolf Hitler; Rise and Fall of the Third Reich; Mein Kamph; After the Reich; Inside the Third Reich; Badges and Insignia of the Third Reich; Hitler’s Propaganda Machine; Ten volumes Photographic History of the Civil War; Stonewall in the Valley; Defending the Valley; Southern Bivouac; Divided We Fought; The Civil War; plus many more on the Civil War and Nazi Germany. Note: Books will be offered individually and as box lots following firearms.
AMMUNITION & SPORTING RELATED: 32 Win. SPL, 30-30, John Wayne 32-40, 45 auto, .357 mag., 9mm, 25 auto, .22, .38, 380, nice selection of 12 ga. ammo; Dupont Gunpowder tin; selection of fly rod poppin bugs; ten tree stand stick ladders; six hang on tree stands.
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TERMS: Cash or check w/2 IDs. MasterCard & Visa Accepted (3% Buyers Premium waived on all cash & check purchases)
Laughlin Auctions Inc. – Va. Lic. #000136
P.O. Box 2, Woodstock, VA.
540-975-1830 • 540-325-2059 • 540-984-8080
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