High Street Galleries
116-A North High Street
Saturday, April 21st, 2018, at 9:00 a.m.
Preview: Friday, April 20th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Large Auction – Using Three Auctioneers
*100 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.
AUTOMOBILE: “Garage Kept” 2005 Mercury Grand marquis LS, 4 door sedan, all power – loaded, 161,381 miles, silver – grey metallic exterior w/ grey leather interior, excellent condition, inspected March of 2018 (offered at 12:00 Noon).
FURNITURE: Walnut Sheraton 4 drawer chest, carved molding above drawers & panels, applied ½ columns; walnut jelly cupboard, drawer over door, gallery; walnut school master’s desk; selection of walnut single drawer stands; walnut & mixed wood farm table w/ 2 drawers, turned legs; painted 12 tin pie safe; painted single door chimney cupboard w/ drawer at bottom; selection of painted single drawer stands; 3- painted dovetailed blanket chests; 3- painted bucket benches; painted 10 drawer farm table (drawers on both sides); green painted settee; farm table w/ painted base, drawer, 3 board top; painted planter; selection of painted farm benches; selection of other painted furniture; early yellow pine primitive step-back cupboard; yellow pine 2 door jelly cupboard; yellow pine hanging plate shelf; yellow pine blanket chest w/ strap hinges; mixed wood flat wall cupboard/pie safe, 6 tins, 2 doors over 2 doors; cherry “blind” corner cupboard; cherry 4 drawer chest; mahogany china cupboard; mahogany “fall front” secretary; mahogany 2 drawer hall table; oak quarter sawn library table w/ drawer; oak chiffonier w/ mirror; oak stack book case; selection of other oak furniture; several beds; metal porch glider; porch rockers; selection of patio furniture.
SPECIAL TO AUCTION: Early 1960’s Seeberg “Select-O-Matic 100” juke box; 5- sections of oak back bars (approximately 24 ft.), circa 1890-1910; Rare Ferrand Cecilian, circa 1880-1910 (Ferrand Piano).
SHENANDOAH VALLEY POTTERY & REDWARE: Exceptional 8 gallon crock w/ blue, att. Lehew; 14” slip decorated earthenware deep dish; 12” redware bowl w/ manganese décor, att. John Bell; 1 gallon J. M. Hickerson bowl w/ blue; 1 gallon cake crock w/ blue; 1 gallon stoneware pitcher w/ blue; 30+ other stoneware crocks, 1-3 gallon, most w/ blue. Makers include Sol. Bell, S. Bell & Son, Hickerson, Sonner, Lehew & others (offered by catalog at 11:00 a.m.).
SMALLS: Carved “Jefferson” cane; 1776 Washington Co., MD, Elizabeth Summer fraktur; 1799 Franklin Co. Johanes Schnebele fraktur; 1816 Jefferson Co., VA, Catherina Kraul fraktur; 15- butter molds & prints; selection of splint baskets, many Page Co., VA, “Clyde Jenkins”, Arthur Henry, Philip Sheetz, Bill Cook, Lucy Cook, & others; yellow ware & stoneware bowls; cylinder butter churn; oak wall phone; several ferkins; cedar tub; stereoscopic viewer w/ cards; Jadite; kitchen collectibles; stoneware crocks & jugs; cigar molds; duck decoys; quilts & tied comforts; early lidded rye basket; selection of cast iron animal figures; selection of early paper; Confederate currency; 1863 The County of Shenandoah, Forty Cents, fractional currency; 20+ pcs. of Hall pottery; selection of McCoy; brass buckets; large selection of “tray lot” smalls; large selection of marbles.
FENTON & CARNIVAL GLASS: 18 pcs. of Fenton; 40+ pcs. of Carnival glass including water sets, bowls, trays & MUCH MORE (Carnival glass offered by catalog at 10:30 a.m.).
ADVERTISING: 10+ oyster tins; wooden advertising boxes; Sealtest clock; Coke sign; Lance jar; Lance rack; advertising tins; several advertising signs.
CAST IRON COLLECTION: 60+ pcs. of cast iron including Griswold, Wagner, Enterprise & other; also – 50+ pcs. of graniteware & porcelain enamel.
MILK BOTTLE COLLECTION – MILK CANS – APPLE CRATES – BLUE CANNING JARS: (Session VIII from the Estate of David Carbaugh, Stephens City, VA) 300+ milk bottles, many local; 50+ apple crates; 30+ milk cans; large selection of green jars.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Fender 6 string acoustic guitar in case; Silvertone electric guitar; Harmony 6 string acoustic guitar.
LOCAL BOOKS: Approximately 50 hardback books relating to the Civil War, Virginia, The Shenandoah Valley.
MORT KUNSTLER PRINTS – BOOKS – MILITARY: Selection of framed and unframed Mort Kunstler prints; framed portraits of Lee & Jackson; books include Brady’s Civil War, The Civil War through the Camera, Shenandoah County in the Civil War, Mosby’s Confederacy, New York at Gettysburg; many more Civil War books not listed; socket bayonet w/ scabbard; leather holsters marked U.S.; holster marked 1940 w/ Waffen mark; U.S. holster marked 1918; Mills cartridge belt; cartridge pouches; cigarette case w/ Luftwaffe anti-aircraft flak battle badge; metal Luftwaffe insignia; small selection of buttons.
FIREARMS: Ruger No. 1 .218 Bee OIB; Sako Vixen L461 .222 mag; Marlin Model 336 SC .219 Zipper; Winchester Model 9422 XTR Classic .22 OIB; Weatherby Orion 12 ga. OU w/ vent rib; Marlin 1892 .22; Stevens falling block 32 long RF; Browning Model 81 BLR .308; A. Uberti low wall 22, 22 mag; Remington 591M 5mm Rem. mag. NIB; Savage Model 24 .22/.410 OU; Winchester Model 70 XTR Sporter magnum .264 win. mag; Savage Model 99 300 Savage w/ brass counter; Browning Model 24 12 ga. Buck Special; Browning BPR .22 mag; Winchester Model 490 .22; Savage Model 219 30-30 single shot; Winchester Model 60 .22; Winchester Model 1300 12 ga.; Savage Sporter 25-20; 2 Winchester Model 75 .22; Remington Model 700 BDL DM .270; Remington Model 1100 magnum 12 ga. mag. w/ vent rib; A. Greener Belgium exposed hammer 20 ga. SxS; Remington 700 ADL 7mm Rem. mag; Savage 23D 22 Hornet; Marlin 336 .32 Special; Mossberg SSi-One .243; Henry Arms .22 mag. NIB; Henry Arms .22; Remington 7600 30-06; H&R 865 Plainsman .22 NIB; Rossi R17B .17 HMR; Marlin Original Golden 39A .22; Marlin Model 881 .22 NIB; 2 Ruger 10/22 .22 w/ scope; Marlin Model 81 DL .22 w/ scope; Savage 93 R17 .17 HMR w/ scope; Iver Johnson Champion 12 ga.; H. Pieper’s Pat. Belgium Flobert .22; Winchester Thumb Trigger .22; Stevens Junior .22; Stevens 77B 16 ga.; Stevens 87A .22; Remington 742 30-06; Remington Model 760 30-06 w/ scope; New England Arms .223 Handi Rifle w/ scope; Remington Model 870 12 ga. slug gun w/ scope; Remington Model 11-87 12 ga. w/ vent rib; Winchester 1906 .22; percussion SxS shotgun; CVA 50 cal. black powder rifle; 3 Remington Model 700 ML 50 cal. inline rifles; German 9mm Luger marked DWM; H&R top break .32 revolver; S&W 28-2 Highway Patrolman .357 mag. revolver; Iver Johnson Supershot Sealed Eight .22 revolver; Traditions in-line Buckhunter 50 cal. pistol; Glock 21 45 ACP OIB; High Standard Double Nine W-100 .22 revolver; 4 Italian 44 cal. black powder revolvers. Note: Firearms will be offered at 10:00 a.m. and sold under Laughlin Auctions Inc. FFL. All Federal and state laws apply.
KNIVES – GAME MOUNTS – FISHING – OUTDOOR RELATED: 50 folding and fixed blade knives by Case, Camillus, Schrade, Buck, Marbles and others; Camillus display case; small selection of misc. cutlery; selection of Whitetail deer mounts; Lynch No. 101 turkey caller OIB; selection of box callers; selection of game calls; Sibir spotting scope w/ tripod; Bushnell binoculars; selection of scopes by Bushnell, Weaver, Simmons and others; trapper basket; game cameras; wooden ammo boxes by Remington and Winchester; Work Shop knife sharpener; hard and soft gun cases; blaze orange camo Woolrich jacket; Scott PowR-Ply Model G90-7/8 2 pc. graphite 9′ 7-8 wt. fly rod; large selection of fishing rods and reels; many more items not listed.
COLLECTIBLE TOOLS: Selection of planes and plane parts; screw and wedge arm planes; steel letters and numbers; selection of like new Defiance tape measures by Stanley; Traveller; saw sets; marking gauges; hammers; other miscellaneous tools not listed. Note: Tools will be offered after outdoor related items at approximately 12:30 p.m.
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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