Public Auction

Public Auction

Public auction of quality items from various consignors.

LIVE ON-SITE AUCTION
Began: 09/09/17 at 9:00 AM EDT
Location: High Street Galleries, 116-A North High Street, Edinburg, VA 22824

Laughlin Auctions

Public Auction

High Street Galleries

116-A North High Street

Edinburg, Virginia

Saturday, September 9th, 2017, at 9:00 a.m.

Preview: Friday, September 8th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Doors Open Day of Sale at 7:00 a.m.

*1699 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.

SPECIAL TO AUCTION: Important Wythe County, Valley of Virginia paint decorated blanket chest, dovetailed case, full height bracket feet, att. John Huddle (1772-1839), 27 ½” H, 50” W, 22” D; 2- Daniel Spangler, Fincastle, VA painted plank bottom armed chairs, signed & dated “David Spangler, Fincastle, 1842”; signed “John J. Parry, Philadelphia” mahogany tall case clock, circa 1800, pierced carved broken arch pediment w/ flame finials, rising moon dial, date window & second hand, 8 day movement, 98 ½ mahogany case w/ waist door, full height French feet, chamfered corners.

FURNITURE: Shenandoah County, VA, grain painted yellow pine & poplar jelly cupboard, original surface, 2 drawers over 2 doors, turned feet; paint decorated poplar blanket chest, full height bracket feet, dovetailed w/ strap hinges & original lock; 3- “Martha Henkel” New Market, VA, painted plank bottom chairs; circa 1840’s set of 6 painted & stenciled plank bottom chairs, signed “George Hay,” (York, Pennsylvania); painted 10 ft. farm table w/ turned legs; early yellow pine rope bed w/ original blue paint; early walnut tall chest, 3 over 2 over 4 drawers, ogee feet, dovetailed case; walnut Hepplewhite inlaid sewing table w/ drawer; walnut pie crust tilt-top tea table w/ claw & ball feet; walnut snake foot tile-top candle stand; walnut single drawer stand; cherry 2 drawer stand w/ turned legs; painted 4 shelf bucket bench; early yellow pine corner cupboard, double arched doors over 2 raised panel doors, reeded cornice & moldings, original “H” hinges, 86”; early pine & poplar 2 door jelly cupboard; mixed wood “school master’s” desk w/ tapered legs; cherry & poplar blind door stepback cupboard; 2- dry sinks; selection of Windsor chairs; painted plank bottom open rocker; mahogany inlaid 4 drawer Hepplewhite chest; mahogany 4 drawer chest w/ bracket feet; walnut “Jake Sheetz”, Edinburg, VA, corner cupboard, broken arch pediment, waist drawer, bracket feet, 2- 13 pane doors over 2 doors, 93”; 7 ft. yellow pine farm table, black painted turned leg base w/ drawer; set of 6 walnut ladder back chairs w/ rush bottoms (att. Clores); walnut Victorian 6 pc. parlor set; iron Victorian umbrella stand/hat rack; selection of framed mirrors; 30+ other pcs. of quality furniture not listed.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY POTTERY: Signed S. Bell & Sons 9 ½” multiglaze pitcher; 6 ¼” multiglaze creamer, great color, mint; 9 ½” multiglaze flower pot, scalloped rim, att. Eberly; signed H. Smith & Co. 2 gallon ovoid w/ great blue; 1 ½ gallon stoneware pitcher w/ blue; J. M. Hickerson 1 gallon butter crock w/ blue; 3 gallon W. H. Crisman w/ blue; 3” stoneware spittoon; selection of other stoneware not listed.

SMALLS: Waterford crystal chandelier; “Horse” weather vane; P. Buckley Moss prints; several railroad locks; purple & black 12” Staffordshire “Profile Tulip” pitcher, circa 1840; 1819 “Margaret Randolph” tulip fraktur; period Chippendale mirror; exceptional Billy Landis, Mt. Jackson, VA, poem jug, “Man & Tree”; 1834 sampler, “Caroline Matilda Burruss”, 18” x 16”, very good condition; 2- early framed theorems; great selection of butter molds & butter prints, including 3- lollipops; shorebird, att. Maryland Eastern Shore; selection of treenware; 3” splint basket w/ blue splints; 3 ½” splint basket w/ red splints; selection of other splint baskets; selection of framed oils on canvas; S. Kirk & Son sterling flatware, service for 6; 1886 trophy, “Presented to the Shenandoah County Agricultural Society by Dr. D. D. Carter, for Best Saddle Horse, Annual Fair, 1886; Eli Terry style mantel clock; wooden trencher; several wooden lidded boxes; selection of tinware; pair of early brass andirons; carved Bible box; 5- early “Historic” flasks; daguerreotype photos of Owen & Elizabeth Long (New Market, VA); other Long photos & Luray, VA, photos; KPM porcelain mantle clock, make in Germany; original Elizabeth Strippyoil on canvas “Seven Bends”; store jar w/ lid; selection of stoneware mixing bowls; kitchen collectibles; several cookie jars; large selection of other smalls not listed.

BASEBALL CARDS: 17 baseball cards from the late 50’s – early 60’s including Brooks Robinson, Mickey Mantel, Roger Maris, Ted Williams, Bob Feller, Whitey Ford, Pete Rose, Rod Carew & others (offered at 10:00 a.m.).

TRACTOR: International “Cub” wide front gas tractor w/ belly mower, snow blade, wheel weights & chains.

NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIFACTS: Beaded Iroquois purse, circa 1870; pair of Iroquois beaded boots; selection of beaded Iroquois whimsies; multi-colored round grass purse; pair of Iroquois moccasins; selection of points – drills – trade beads & other; stone axe; framed selection of “Improved Order of Redmen” badges & ribbons; other Native American artifacts not listed.

ADVERTISING: Wetsel Seed Co., Harrisonburg, VA, 20 drawer oak cabinet w/ 2 shelves; Wetsel Seed Co. sign; Williamson Drug Store, Harrisonburg, VA, thermometer; Giant Ice Cream lighted display; porcelain enamel Public Telephone sign; Coca Cola advertisement signs; Coca Cola cooler; selection of Hershey’s soda fountain cardboard ads; several lighted signs; U.S. Postage stamp dispensers; 3- Planters Peanut jars; selection of pharmacy bottles; Aldhizer & Son, Broadway, VA, pharmacy bottle; table & 2- bar stools from Aldhizer & Son pharmacy; Broadway Pharmacy sign; large selection of bottles w/ paper labels from Broadway – Harrisonburg, VA, area; 2- Sinclair porcelain signs; Essolube double sided porcelain sign; Pennzoil thermometer; Raybestos thermometer; tin & porcelain signs; Schmidts Beer lighted sign; Broadview Dairy milk bottle; other advertising not listed.

TOYS: Model Toys Texaco fire truck; Model Toys sand elevator; Model Toys cement mixer; Model Toys road grader; Allis Chalmers farm tractor, wagon, spreader, disc; several 50’s Tonkas; other toys not listed.

COINS: 50 Morgan dollars; silver ½’s, ¼’s & dimes (coins offered by catalog at 9:00 a.m.).

WOODWORKING & SHOP TOOLS: Woodmaster Model W-718 19” planer w/ router/sander attachment, 1 ph, 230V, Grizzly 9” jointer/planer 220V; Rbi raised panel door machine 220V; Delta 14” band saw; like new Grizzly single bag dust collection system; Hawk double bag dust collection system; Tradesman 12” portable planer; GMC 10” sliding compound miter saw; Rbi Hawk JA96 Joint Ability matching edge jointer; Dremel 16” scroll saw; Rbi Hawk rollaround router shop table; Porter Cable 7500 watt electric start 13 hp generator; Dewalt plate jointer; selection of electric hand tools by Dewalt, Craftsman, B&D and others; Contractor 4400 watt generator; selection of Skil feed roller stands; pipe type & C-clamps; rollaround shop table; Craftsman 12 drawer tool box; drill & router bits; metal & plastic tool boxes; extension cords and work lights; sockets & wrenches; selection of plastic storage bins; 2 Die Hard battery chargers; 2 wagons of clean tray lot tools.

LAWN & GARDEN: Craftsman YTS 4000 24 hp 42” hydro riding mower; Toro 6.5 hp snow blower; Craftsman chain saw; electric leaf blower & hedge trimmers; like new folding ramps; car ramps; Werner 8’ fiberglass step ladder; step stools; metal fuel cans; long handled tools; hand gardening tools; B&D 36V cordless self-propelled mower; ATV jack.

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