Mid-Winter Auction


Session II of personal property from the Home of Deanna M. Fravel, Woodstock, Virginia, the Betty B. Wisman Trust, Edinburg, VA; plus others.

LIVE ON-SITE AUCTION
Began: 01/12/19 at 9:00 AM EST
Location: High Street Galleries, 116-A North High Street, Edinburg, VA 22824

Laughlin Auctions

Mid-Winter Auction

High Street Galleries

116-A North High Street

Edinburg, Virginia

Saturday, January 12th, 2019, at 9:00 a.m.

Preview: Friday, January 11th, 2019,10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

*Snow Date – Saturday, January 19th – 9:00 a.m.*

*The auction for January 12th will be held as scheduled. Light snow is predicted in our area AFTER 2:00 p.m. The auction will conclude at approximately 1:30 p.m.*

*If the weather situation changes, we will post new information at 6:30 a.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.

Session II of personal property from the Home of Deanna M. Fravel, Woodstock, Virginia, the Betty B. Wisman Trust, Edinburg, VA; plus others.

CLASSIC MUSTANG: “Garage Kept” 1964 ½ Ford Mustang 2 door Coupe, 289 V/8, 4-speed, bucket seats, 44,664 miles on odometer, black interior, black exterior, “Mustang Rally Pack” Tac & Clock, VIN # 5F07D178666. From the Estate of Charles Edwin Orrison, Front Royal, Virginia.

SHELBY MUSTANGS: Immaculate “Garage Kept” 2008 Mustang Shelby GT w/ 333 actual miles, loaded, 4 speed, black leather interior w/ metallic Vista blue exterior; Immaculate “Garage Kept” 2013 Shelby Cobra GT 500 with 97 actual miles, loaded, 4 speed, black & white leather interior, metallic Vista blue exterior w/ white racing stripe. This vehicle retains its original plastic steering wheel & seat covers. Both vehicles are one-owner vehicles from the Estate of Charles Edwin Orrison, Jr., Front Royal, Virginia. (All three automobiles offered at 12:00 Noon with reasonable reserves.)

SPECIAL TO AUCTION: “One of a Kind” Woodstock Herald article, CIRCA 1817 “An Add to Parents” decorated by the Stony Creek Fraktur Artist, exceptional Eagle with Shield in center of decoration, 13 ¼” x 18”; paint decorated miniature yellow pine box, Stirewalt, New Market, VA, dovetailed, 10 ½” x 6” x 5 ½”, (lid & feet missing); 19th Century signed “Fratin” Dentist Bears Bronze Sculpture, 6” x 4 ½”.

SMALLS: Shenandoah Co. miniature yellow pine sponge decorated box with turned feet, dovetailed, 12 ¾” x 7 ¼” x 9 ¼”; 2- early dovetailed miniature yellow pine boxes with turned feet, “wall papered”; several other miniature lift top and slide top boxes; early walnut sewing box w/ pin cushion; Page Co., Va. lollipop butter print; selection of butter prints & molds; 3” miniature splint basket; selection of splint, rod and rye baskets; early paint decorated picture frames; Shenandoah County 1797 printed fraktur in German; 1836 “Rebecca Haun” Baptismal, Shenandoah Co., VA; selection of treenware; carved cane, “E.L.F.”; several other folk art canes; 3” ink sander; selection of “Bird Haven” items; cast iron fire back, “Stag”; selection of tinware candle molds; selection of sterling hollow ware; coffee grinders; glass & cylinder butter churns; early iron mortar & pestle; selection of yellow ware banded bowls; late 1800’s painted rocking horse; several child’s rockers’ Clarks ONT 4 drawer spool cabinet on stand; several painted & cedar firkins; selection of framed art; 5- Walton & Smoot plates, Woodstock, VA.; 1912 D. S. Wampler, Timberville, VA., calendar plate; 25- candy containers; Universal coffee mill; selection of oil lamps; “tray lot” and “bagged smalls”; enormous selection of other smalls not listed.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY POTTERY: Signed Carver & Wightman mottled glaze quart “wax sealer”; 3 ½” multi-glaze egg cup with flared rim; 2 ½” multi-glaze miniature; local redware crock, marked Baecher, Winchester, VA; 10” green glazed redware vase, marked Winchester Potteries; S. Bell & Son redware pitcher w/ white slip; redware “Lamb” door stop w/ white slip; 30 other pcs. of decorated stoneware including T. Grim, Sol. Bell, Lehew, Eberly, Sonner & others. (Offered at 11:00 a.m. following Special to Auction items)

FURNITURE: Early Shenandoah County walnut tall case clock, Rising Moon dial, broken arch pediment, quarter columns, turned feet, 96”; walnut 16 pane 2 pc. corner cupboard, 2 doors over 2 waist drawers & 2 doors, bracket feet, 89 ½”; early walnut dovetailed blanket chest w/ 2 drawers, bracket feet, strap hinges; walnut Hepplewhite 2 over 3 drawers solid end chest; walnut 4 drawer Sheraton chest; walnut 12 tin pie safe, 2 drawers over 2 doors, turned feet; selection of Windsor chairs; painted plank bottom chairs; 2- painted “Fravel” rockers; Wagner armed rocker; collection of Waterford Virginia rockers & side chairs; set of 6 “Spitzer” splint bottom chairs, Rockingham County, Va.; selection of turned leg & tapered leg single drawer stands; walnut Hepplewhite “game” table; Rockingham Co., Va. 2 door yellow pine jelly cupboard; Roanoke Co., Va. 12 pane 2 pc. stepback cupboard; Pendleton Co., WV walnut slant front desk; 3- painted blanket chests; early sewing cabinet w/ drawer & turned legs; early painted jelly cupboard, 2 drawers over 2 doors, tall shaped gallery; red-blue painted yellow pine blanket chest, turned legs, “Lebanon Church Area”, Shenandoah Co., Va.; painted 2 door bucket bench; red painted slant front open sect.; painted single door cupboard; 3- painted early rope beds; selection of other painted furniture; Deacon’s bench; several farm tables; yellow pine 6 tin pie safe w/ turned legs, drawer at top; 2- other pie safes; “Jake Sheetz” yellow pine 16 pane corner cupboard; Globe-Wernicke Co. oak 5 stack bookcase; 3 section oak 12 drawer filing cabinet; early candle stand; Etagere w/ mirrored back; Hepplewhite dressing table; 25+ other pcs. of quality antique furniture not listed.

TEXTILES: Great selection of hand stitched quilts & crazy quilts; selection of coverlets; several handmade blankets; selection of linsey-woolsey.

BOOKS – EARLY PAPER – POST CARDS – EPHEMRA: Collection of early paper, Long Family, Page Co., Va.; Atlas of Shenandoah & Page Co’s., Lake, 1885; selection of mid-1800’s books from the Fravel Family; 4- albums of post cards; large selection of “loose” post cards; local ledgers & day books; enormous selection of local paper relating to the Fravel, Hottle, Miley, Grabill & other families of Woodstock & Shenandoah County, VA; collection of early local photographs. (With the exception of the “Long Family” paper, all ephemra from the Fravel Home, Woodstock, VA.)

ADVERTISING: Oilzum Motor Oils double sided porcelain sign; Lance display rack w/ 4 Lance lidded jars; selection of other Lance advertisements; Toms display; selection of tobacco tags; large selection of advertising tins; selection of vintage “beer” serving trays; 20- vintage tip trays; selection of vintage calendars; 2- Coca Cola coolers; wooden advertising boxes; selection of pocket mirrors; large selection of other advertising not listed. (Please visit this website for individual photos.)

GOLD & SILVER COINS – TOKENS: St. Gaudens $50 gold; St. Gaudens $25 gold; St. Gaudens $10 gold; St. Gaudens $5 gold; Morgan Silver dollar; Stone Mountain ½; selection of silver ¼’s & dimes; 10- J.S. Borden, Toms Brook, VA. tokens; selection of other tokens (offered at 9:00 a.m.).

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT COLLECTION: (Note all music instruments are from one private owner) *Just Added* 1968 Fender “Musicmaster II” electric guitar in original case, excellent condition; 20+ string instruments including Weber 8 string mandolin, Gretsch dobro, 2- other dobros, National 5 string banjo, Fender Stratocaster, Fender Precision Bass, 12 string acoustic; Callahan electric 6 string, Osca Schmidt mandolin, “Stand-Up” bass; other string instruments not listed; Olds brass trumpet; LP Aspire floor model hand drums; set of Remo drums; selection of electric keyboards; selection of Peavey amps; Bose speakers; Peavey mixer amp; large selection of amps, mixers & electronics; instrument stands; 33 & 45 RPM’s – MUCH MORE.

GRISWOLD: 15+ pcs. of Griswold including No. 14 skillet, No. 525 corn stick pan and others; selection of other cast iron.

VIRGINIA LICENSE PLATES: 33 sets of Va. license plates, 1919 – 1972; 1963 Berryville, VA, town plate.

ANTIQUE & MILITARY FIREARMS: Early flintlock Derringer marked London on barrel and Blyth on plate with brass; 9mm German Luger marked 1917 DWM; Winchester M1 30 cal. carbine w/ sling; Winchester 1897 takedown 12 ga. Trench gun w/ 1917 Remington bayonet, ventilated hand guard w/ arsenal cartouche; 1873 Springfield 45-70 Trapdoor w/ bayonet and ammo pouch; Springfield Armory 30-06 M1 Garand w/ bayonet and sling; Springfield Armory  MIA Nato 7.62mm NM tuned trigger, bayonet, sling, and cleaning kit; U.S. Springfield 1903 30-06 w/ bayonet marked RIA 1917; French Mas 7.5 x 54mm rifles include 36/51 with grenade launching sight, 49/56, Mas 1936; Mosin-Nagant 91/30 7.62 x 54R Izhevsk arsenal; Maddi (Egyptian Mfg.) AKM type 7.62 x 39mm; Mas No. 45 22 cal. training rifle; Mossberg 151M .22 cal. training rifle; Imbel Austrian STG-58 FAL w/ pods 7.62 x 51; modern exposed hammer percussion  SS 12ga. shotgun.

SPORTING LONG GUNS, HANDGUNS: Friedrich Wilh Heym Mod. 88 B 375 H&H mag. double rifle w/ European claw mounts w/ Zeiss scope, engraved w/ brown Heym case (beautiful rifle); Perazzi TM1 12 ga. single barrel trap w/ vent rib, choke tubes and carry case; Winchester Pre 64 Mod. 70 rifles include Super Grade 7mm Mauser w/ scope; Super Grade .257 Roberts, 300 H&H mag. w/ Leupold 4 x 12 scope, 270 w/ scope; Winchester Mod. 88 308 w/ Lyman peep; Winchester Mod. 100 308; Winchester Mod. 62A .22; Weatherby Mark V Deluxe rifles include custom 460 Wby. mag. w/ Leupold VX-II 1 x 4 scope w/ accubrake OIB, 416 Wby. mag. w/ accubrake OIB, 300 Wby. mag. OIB, 340 Wby. mag. OIB; Weatherby Mark V Euromark .378 Wby. mag. w/ Gentry muzzle brake; Weatherby Mark V Sporter 270 Wby. mag. OIB (Weatherby wood stocks are beautiful); UZI Mod. A nickel plate 9mm para carbine NIB (only 100 nickel plated produced); Ruger M77 MKII RSM (Ruger Safari Magnum) 458 Lott OIB; Ruger No. 3 44 mag. carbine w/ Leupold VX-III 1.5-5x scope; Ruger No. 1 rifles include Mannlicher 30-06 w/ Leupold VX-III 1.5-5x scope, 7mm mag. NIB, Buckmasters Conservation Edition 7mm STW SS NIB; Winchester Mod. 64 Deluxe 32 W.S.; Winchester Model 64 30 WCF; Winchester Mod. 1894 32 WS w/ half octagon barrel w/ Tang sight; Winchester 101 Silver Anniversary 12 ga. OU, engraved, No. 16 of 101 NIB w/ case; Winchester 101 Va. Hall of Fame trap ATA combination 12ga., nicely engraved, new in case; Kimber (Yonkers NY) Classic .22 w/ Leupold 3×9 scope; Marlin 1893 32-40 w/ octagon barrel; Marlin 1894 CB Cowboy Limited 45 Colt OIB; Browning Mod. 92 357 mag.; Browning 1885 High Wall 45-70 Govt.; Bernadelli Brescia exposed hammer 20ga. SxS; Ruger Mini 14 .223 w/ sling; Double Star Star-15 5.56 x 45mm; Colt Custom Shop Mod. P SAA 45LC NIB; Colt 1911 Govt. Mod. 80 Series 45 ACP OIB; Kimber STS Target II 9mm OIB; Springfield Armory 1911-A1 long slide 45 ACP SS OIB; Ruger Bisley Vaquero 45 revolver SS 4 5/8”; Ruger Redhawk DA 44 mag. SS tuned action 7”; High Standard 107 Military Supermatic Citation .22 7” fluted; Colt Woodsman 2nd Model 22 4”; Ruger Single Six .22 Old Model 3 screw, flat gate; Randle Service Model C 45ACP OIB; Ruger MKII Standard .22; Randle Commander Raider 45 ACP; S&W Model 17 K Frame .22 revolver 6”; two Randle Service Model 45 ACP SS; Colt 1911 A1 NM MIV Series .22 conversion; Belgium Browning P-35 9mm HP; Ruger MKII Target .22; Mauser 1914 32 ACP Pocket Pistol w/ holster. Note: Firearms will be offered at 10:00 a.m. and sold under Laughlin Auctions FFL. All Federal and State laws apply. Don’t miss this outstanding firearms auction and our first of many in 2019.

AMMO, FIREARM RELATED, KNIVES: 340 Wby. Mag., 416 Wby Mag., 460 Wby. Mag., 458 Lott, 45 Auto, 45 LC, 44 S&W Spl., 30 Carbine, 32 Auto, 9mm Luger, 32 WS, 380 Auto, 380 Super Auto +P, selection of 7.62 x 51mm, 5.56 Nato, 7.62 x 54R, 22, 223, 7.62 x 39, 40 S&W, much more ammo not listed; 340 Wby. brass; selection of Barnes bullets in .284, 308, .338, .375; Hornady 30 cal. NM bullets; RCBS reloading dies include 7mm STW, 257 Wby. Mag., 30-378 Wby. Mag., 378 Wby. Mag., 340 Wby. Mag., 25-06; Burris 3x9x40 scope; Mossberg M500 Tactical stock; Master-F1 shooting chrony; Master-F1 indoors chronograph; Site-Lite laser bore sighter; nice selection of tactical holsters; large selection of rifle magazines for various calibers; Tapco scope mounts for FAL/L1A1; nice selection of leather holsters by Bianchi, El Paso Saddlery and others; selection of new magazine pouches; tactical scope rings; ammunition bandoleer; nice selection of revolver and pistol grips; military ammo belts; misc. military and sporting firearm accessories; approximately 15 fixed blade knives by various makers; Camillus US M4 bayonet w/ scabbard; many more items not listed.

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