High Street Galleries
116-A North High Street
Saturday, March 31st, 2018, at 9:00 a.m.
Preview: Friday, March 30th, 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 Ralph & Mary Ann Fadely, Woodstock, VA; the Home & Shop of the Late Luther Funkhouser, Conicville, VA; the Estate of David Carbaugh, Stephens City, VA; plus others.
“BARN FIND” AUTOMOBILE: 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle 300 4 dr. 283 V/8 w/ 45,291 actual miles, one owner, 3 speed on the column, very good condition, parked in shed in 1983 (offered at 12:00 Noon).
SPECIAL TO AUCTION: Large selection of tools & anvil from the blacksmith’s shop of the late Luther B. Funkhouser; ALSO – Signed Luther B. Funkhouser forks, ladles, & skimmer (3- ladles w/ copper bowls); full range of butcher equipment including kettles, stuffer, sausage grinder, scalding trough, kettle scraper, hooks & more. (All butcher equipment from Luther B. Funkhouser).
FURNITURE: Early Shenandoah County 6 tin pie safe, drawer over 2 doors, turned legs, original finish; 8’6” farm table w/ painted base, tapered legs, 23” under apron; overpainted Shenandoah County 2 door jelly cupboard w/ gallery; Rockingham County bucket bench, 3 drawers over 2 doors, original finish; 5’4” farm table w/ 2 board top; set of 6 plank bottom chairs, att. New Market, Va.; single door chimney cupboard w/ green paint; Page County hanging pie safe w/ original paint; 2 door jelly cupboard w/ green paint; yellow pine 6 tin pie safe w/ gallery & cut-out feet, overpainted white; 2 door cupboard w/ blue paint; “stick” settee; “stick” rocker; 2- “stick” stands; 6 ft. painted & stenciled Deacon’s bench; dough tray on stand w/ blue paint; Fort Valley, Shenandoah Co. screen pie safe w/ “tulip” stenciled back cloth; 2 door cupboard w/ cut out feet, green paint; painted dovetailed blanket chest; green painted farm bench; blue painted 5 shelf plant stand; green painted single door ice box; selection of other early painted furniture not listed; Ralph Sheetz, Woodstock, VA walnut 2 pc. corner cupboard; 2- walnut Sheraton 4 drawer chests; selection of walnut single drawer stands; 12 ft. “bench-table”; 3- walnut dovetailed blanket chests; walnut Eastlake hall tree w/ umbrella holder; walnut 6 pane corner cupboard, 2 doors over 2 doors; walnut marble top washstand; walnut marble top parlor table; walnut drop leaf stands; selection of other walnut furniture not listed; “Possum Belly” bakers cabinet; oak flatwall cupboard; oak “Hoosier” style cabinet; oak washstand; oak hall tree w/ mirrored back; selection of other oak furniture not listed; nice selection of upholstered furniture; patio furniture; “like new” 4 pc. pine bedroom suite including queen size bed, tall chest, dresser w/ mirror, night stand; Kincaid tall chest & night stand; “like new” 5 pc. wicker patio set; metal porch glider; 2- “tractor seat” chairs; 40+ other pcs. of furniture not listed.
SHENANDOAH VALLEY STONEWARE & REDWARE: 25+ pcs. of stoneware & redware. Most signed & decorated. Makers include Sol. Bell, J.M. Hickerson, Geo. Miller & others. (Offered at 11:00 a.m.).
SMALLS: Early yellow pine trencher, 44”; miniature lift top box w/ turned legs, painted; painted dough tray; cylinder butter churn; green painted tray w/ handle; splint & rod baskets; treenware; several splay leg stools; selection of wood carvings signed “JAS”; oak gingerbread clock; other mantel clocks; oak wall telephone; several wooden cutlery trays; brass buckets; Baldwin brass candle sticks; Fire King jadite bowls; wooden bowls; oil lamps; stoneware crocks & jugs; wire egg baskets; treenware; several pcs. of LeCreuset; handmade rugs; 1930’s child’s desk w/ chair; “popcorn” cart; “The Phil G. Kelly Whiskey”, Richmond, VA stoneware jug; barn lanterns; collection of galvanized watering cans; albums of post cards; local books; Foxfire; Fender acoustic 6 string guitar w/ case; wooden “goat cart”; large selection of framed art; several advertising tins; selection of “tray lot” smalls.
CAST IRON: Large selection of cast iron including Dutch ovens, skillets, ham boilers, apple peelers, kettle hooks, butcher kettles & MUCH MORE.
GLASSWARE: Selection of carnival glass; art glass; dark amber & cobalt glass; pink & green depression glass; covered candies & compotes; Heisey “squatty” pitcher; crystal & near cut; Franciscan “Desert Rose” china; Syracuse “Old Ivory” Coralbel; large selection of tray lot porcelain – china – glassware.
MILK BOTTLE COLLECTION – MILK CANS – APPLE BOXES – BLUE CANNING JARS: (Session VII from the David Carbaugh Estate, Stephens City, VA) Rare Hottle-Fisher Dairy Strausburg, Va. milk bottle (Strasburg misspelled); 300+ other milk bottles, many local; 50 apple crates; 30 milk cans; large selection of green canning jars. Note: Photos will not be posted until after March 26th – milk bottles, apple boxes, milk cans still in the Carbaugh barn.
COINS: 87 lots of coins including Morgan & Peace dollars; Silver Eagles; large cents; silver dimes; selection of currency; proof and mint sets; MUCH MORE. (Offered by catalog at 9:00 a.m.)
TOOLS & TOOL RELATED – LAWN & GARDEN: 3- Knack Model 111 & 112 Job Master cabinet; Knack Job Box; 5- Roll-a-Way tool boxes including Craftsman – Stack On – U.S. General; tool washer; 18- Lawson tool cabinets, bolt bins, stackable cabinets w/ trays & other; selection of other tool boxes; Porter Cable air nailer; Stanley-Bostitch air nailer; Ryobi sander; Rockwell belt sander; Rockwell drill; Black & Decker circular saws; Makita rechargeable drill; 40+ other electric hand tools by Makita, Porter Cable, Craftsman, Black & Decker & others; 3- Werner step ladders; bolt cutters; jack stands; Craftsman floor jacks; Dyna-Glo space heater; Homelite chain saw; Troy Bilt 6.75 h.p. power washer; Campbell Hausfield air compressor; Craftsman 5 h.p. front tine tiller; Cub Cadet 6.75 h.p. push mower; 2- 35 gallon spray tanks; 5 h.p. water pump w/ B/S motor; 50 gallon plastic spray tank; pipe & bar clamps; enormous selection of long handled tools; wagon of hand tools of every description; tools & shed items from Luther B. Funkhouser & David Carbaugh Estate; large selection of other tools not listed; 2- Farmall shop stools.
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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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