THURS., JAN. 22, 2:00 P.M.
MONTGOMERY (CINCINNATI) OHIO
Located at the Business Club of Montgomery, 7777 Ted Gregory Lane, Exit 50 off I-275, two miles S. on Montgomery Rd., R. on Remington, L. on Shelly, R. on Ted Gregory Lane.
ANTIQUE FURNITURE: Oak 4-stack Macy bookcase; oak Cheval dresser w/carved mirror & 2-dr. hat box; unusual oak open bookcase; mahogany drop front desk w/broken arch bookcase; fine walnut marble top washstand w/back splash; wal. oval m.t. parlor table; fine oak library table w/1-dwr.; fine carved rocker w/North Wind face on back; early cherry turn top card table; marble top commode with 2/dwr.; lg. mah. tilt top table w/carved legs; Mission oak arm chair; unusual mah. stand w/hidden safe in side; Victorian m.t. dresser w/fruit carved pulls; round lamp table w/claw & ball feet.; wal. Vict. m.t. dresser; carved French style chair; stacking Oriental tables; Vict. ebonized stand w/claw feet; several fine mah. stands; rockers incl. Vict. child’s rocker; fancy mah. window seat w/carved swans; fine mah. cedar chest w/dwr.; wal. carved love seat w/matching chair; mother-of-pearl inlaid slant front desk w/claw & ball feet; m.o.p. inlaid round lamp table; other antique furniture.
POTTERY: 30 pcs. of ROOKWOOD incl. artist signed 1917 bowl; 1924 vase w/original box; 9 ½” brown vase w/molded flowers; 8 ½” green molded vase; 15” Christ statute; 1912, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1934, 1940 vases; 1914, 1916, 1917, 1921, 1923 bowls; 1925 covered jar; 1923 candlesticks; etc.
Over 30 pcs. of ROSEVILLE incl. two 15” Gardenia #618 ewers; 12” Columbine #368 basket; 12” Foxglove #375 basket; 8” Clematis #107 vase; 6” nude Silhouette #742 urn; 10” Snowberry #1FB bowl; 12” Snowberry #1BL2 bowl; 12” Fuchsia #352 console bowl; 6” Apple Blossom #342 vase; Magnolia hanging basket; 10” Clematis #458 console bowl; pr. of 4 ½” Snowberry #1C52 candlesticks; Silhouette #708 & #710 baskets; pr. 8” Foxglove #162 vases; pr. of Silhouette #751 candlesticks; pr. of 7” Ixia #855 vases; 9” Ixia #331 bowl; pr. of Ixia #1126 candlesticks; pr. of 6” Poppy #867 vases; 9” Poppy #872 vase; Bushberry #657 jardinière; 6” Clematis #190 vase; 8” Peony #377 basket; 6” Zephyr Lily #205 fan vase; 14” Zephyr Lily #1179 console bowl; Imperial I basket; early Rozanne mug; Cameo II 12” jardinière; lg. 18” Van Briggle vase; 9 ½” Van Briggle owl; several Weller vases; several pieces of Hull pottery incl. Bowknot; cornucopia, teapot and vases; early Ohio tankard; early Owens mug; eight Cambridge tiles; eight Mosaic Tile Co. tiles; various jardinières; pair Stangl birds; etc.
PAINTINGS: Over 50 oil paintings incl. many signed well done landscapes, seascapes, portraits, etc.
LARGE PAPER & BOOK COLLECTION: 100s of BOOKS incl. many early leather-bound; early children’s; several on aircraft; many other fine collectible books; over 350 1960s’ COMIC BOOKS: 100s of un-searched POSTCARDS incl. lg. albums, political, military, Indians, ships, railroad, town view incl. real photo, several hundredMichigan postcards; several political autographs; 100s of stereoviews; many early photographs incl. railways, boats, etc.; early CDV & tintype albums; early magazines; many old cookbooks; many manuals& pamphlets on automobiles, military, political, etc.; several 1930s Western radio programs; several old gas & oil road maps; early trade cards; old sheet music; old Home & Furniture catalogs; 1935 Gibson Hotel stock; several Cincinnati yearbooks; old hunting & fishing brochures; lg. STAMP COLLECTION; ocean liner menus & programs; autographed photos of prime ministers & other leaders; political letters; several 1920s & 30s movie star photos incl. some autographed; twenty-three 1922 individual books of photographic history Why American Won the War plus many, many other pieces of ephemera not listed.
COLLECTIBLES, GLASSWARE & MISC.: Epiphone Cortez acoustic guitar style FT45N, s/n 125031; Gibson Epiphone acoustic guitar Model PR200, s/n 0024129; early mandolin; old trunk for automobile; round wooden spice set; early wooden 6-dwr. spice cabinet w/bottom compartment; early cobbler’s carrying tray; old Folk Art whirligig of man sawing wood; early wooden measure; floor lamps; Ironstone pitcher & bowl; fine picture frames & prints; Oriental rugs; saddlebags; wooden bowls; old pennants; old tokens; watch bobs; political pins; souvenir spoons; silverplate items; old binoculars; two Regulator wall clocks; porcelain clock mantel set; Schoenling light sign; Wiedemann Brewing Co. sign; GLASSWARE & CHINA incl Wavecrest; Tiffin vase; other Art glass; Limoges punch bowl & underplate; Warwick Monk pitcher & six mugs; child’s Akro Agata dishes; yellow Heisey bowl & candlesticks; Denver & Rio Grande railroad china cup & saucers; B & O railroad china plate; several pcs. of Wedgewood; several other pieces of glassware & china; many small Oriental items incl. carvings; Cloisonné vases; etc. several Oriental teak stands; old costume jewelry; many old linens & tablecloths; oak wall telephone; child’s hat rack & hamper; child’s fairy tale table & folding chair; mesh & beaded purse; plus much, much more.
AUCTIONEERS’ NOTE: This will be a very large auction of many unadvertised items. We will begin at 2:00 P.M. with paper items and collectibles. Books approx. 3:00 P.M. followed by comic books; pottery and furniture after 5:00 P.M. PREVIEW: 1:00 P.M. No Internet or phone bidding.
TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cash, check, Visa, MasterCard w/proper ID. 13% Buyers Premium. 3% discount for cash or checks.
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Dave Forsythe, Auctioneer
Frank Forsythe, Auctioneer
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