FORSYTHES AUCTIONS LLC PRESENTS
• FORSYTHES LARGE ANTIQUES AUCTION •
SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 2018 - 1:00 PM
Located at the Shelby County Fairgrounds on U.S. 60, at the West end of Shelbyville.
This will be a large antiques auction which includes items from the collection of the la te Lynne Dingus, a well-known early American collector and show promoter, as well as items from a fine Kentucky home.
EARLY ANTIQUE FURNITURE: including early walnut pie safe with unusual urn of tulips punched tins; early Kentucky great size cherry Hepplewhite chest with inlaid base; Hoadley cherry case grandfather clock; cherry two door dry sink; early cherry Chippendale slant-front desk in original finish with bracket feet; early cherry 4 drawer chest with turned feet; 12 tin pie safe; early cherry 2 drawer nightstand; Chippendale chairs; early slant-front desk with flame & grain paint decoration; inlaid sewing stand; early card table with old red paint; cherry two drawer nightstand; Windsor brace-back armchair; early child’s Chippendale chair; candle stand with birdcage top; unusual mahogany lift-top chest; early small Hepplewhite work table; unusual rocker with old blue paint; bow-back Windsor side chair; child’s Shaker rocker; etc.
EARLY SMALLS & COLLECTIBLES: including early needlework sampler by Ann Morris, age 12; needlework sampler with bird; several early watercolor silhouettes including three people signed J.D., watercolor silhouette of standing man with pipe, portrait watercolor silhouette of man, other silhouettes; early pantry box; early Queen Anne mirror; early needle cushions with strawberry and unusual hand; early bed warmers; early toleware box; candle molds; tin ware; early egg baskets including painted; early iron and copper ware; child’s lantern; early brass candle sticks; several pieces of soft paste; early painted federal mirror; early stoneware salt-glaze dog; early reverse painted federal mirror; Doulton type figural stoneware bottle; early Shaker sewing box; early sugar cutter; early leather books; Civil War sword; early powder horn; Currier & Ives of “Death of General Pherson”; early maps; Aurora Ferry sign; early lion doorstop; early folk art frame with old blue paint; Oriental Rugs; early Holman pewter candle sticks; folk art full standing wooden Uncle Sam; early birth fraktur; unusual painted easel; over 15 Handmade Quilts; child’s sewing machine and cups; wooden & felt sheep; unusual miniature court cupboard; old dolls including small bisque Dolly doll; early tin banks; tin toys; Shoenhut elephant, clown & accessories; glass colored Christmas lanterns; Halloween collectibles; many old marbles; tin lithograph racing horse game; early Clambroth finger lamp; blue finger lamp; early boy’s tool chest with original tools; set of prism girandoles with honey bear; cast iron figural bottle opener collection including African American boy with golf-clubs, parrots, alligators, pelican, monkey, squirrels, fish, birds, etc.; Clocks including Birge Mallory triple decker clock with reverse painting, fine triple decker clock with eagle tablet; unusual triple decker clock with “Time is Money” tablet; etc. and many more neat and unusual early collectibles.
STONEWARE: including blue decorated T.F. Reppert, Greensboro, 4 gallon jar with eagle, old repair; blue decorated jar with bird; early stoneware pitcher; several large 10 & 15 gallon stoneware jars; Uhl Pottery stoneware jars; miniature stoneware jug collection including Ft. Harrod, Kentucky marked miniature jug, I.W. Harper, Nelson County, Kentucky miniature jug, Hirsh Brothers, Louisville, Kentucky miniature jug, Henry Bosquets, Louisville, Kentucky miniature jug, Dayton, Ohio miniature jugs, several early miniature jugs, etc.; Sleepy eye pitcher; blue & white stoneware pitcher; etc.
EARLY OIL PAINTINGS AND ARTWORK: including oil on canvas portrait of lady with red shaw; fine early country landscape painting; early portrait painting of gentleman; several folk art style paintings; early lake scene oil painting with boats; early painting of rooster on linen; and many other paintings, prints, mirrors, & frames.
ADVERTISING & OLD COUNTRY STORE ITEMS: including reverse painted Coca-Cola counter sign; Ramon’s Pills porcelain thermometer; Pepsi-Cola tin chalkboard; large Pepsi-Cola tin sign with bottle; porcelain S. & H. Green Stamps sign; Gordon’s jar with tin lid; Tom’s Roasted Peanuts jar; unusual Gordon’s thermometer; Kool Cigarettes stand up penguin cardboard sign; early glass candy jars; unusual Coca-Cola ice picks; etc.
NATIVE AMERICAN POINTS: All from Kentucky farm including over 20 cache blades; many other arrow heads and points; etc.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Cash, check, Visa & MasterCard with proper ID. 10% Buyer’s Premium, 3% Convenience Fee for credit cards.
FORSYTHES’ AUCTIONS, LLC
DAVE FORSYTHE, AUCTIONEER
FRANK FORSYTHE, AUCTIONEER
937-377-3700 OR 513-791-2323
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