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Lot 6001

$300

Details: Victorian Antique Furniture BUTCHER'S BLOCK TABLE ON THREE TURNED LEGS Circular Form Wooden Butcher Block Red Painted Decorative Interior Design

This Victorian Era butcher's block table stands approximately 30" high on three turned legs. The table has a diameter of approximately 23" and is approximately 15" thick. The sides of the block are painted red.

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Condition / Notes: This piece displays some common indications of age and wear including several moderate to significant cracks in the wood. Overall the table shows nicely and remains sturdy and solid.
Lot 6002

$200

Details: Brass Scale Model Train Engine CPR 2-8-2 P2-MIKADO LOCOMOTIVE Original Box & Documentation Decals Railroad Canadian Pacific Hobby Samhongsa Co Ltd Korea

This brass scale model CPR 2-8-2 P2-Mikado locomotive engine is carefully preserved in its original box with documentation and unused decals. A collectible piece, this engine was made by Samhongsa, Co., Ltd., in Korea.

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Condition / Notes: This vintage train engine shows exceptionally well.
Lot 6003

$130

Details: Antique Walking Cane LATE VICTORIAN WALKING STICK RFS & CO Golden Handle Decorative Floral Embellishment Inscribed C Wixon 1809 7 mo 1889

This late Victorian walking stick is stamped with “R.F.S. & Co.” and inscribed with “C. Wixon 1809 7 mo 1889” on the decorative golden handle.

The walking stick measures approximately 35.5” long.

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Condition / Notes: This antique cane shows well with minor scuffing to the wooden portion. The handle shows some scratches and appears slightly worn on the top. Wear is evident on the bottom part of this piece.
Lot 6004

$250

Details: Antique American Musket SPRINGFIELD ARMORY MUSKET 1813 Scout Rifle Modified Sporterized Collectible US Firearm Original Massachusetts Gun Shooting

Maker: Springfield

History of Maker: "Famous first as the United States' primary arsenal during the American Revolutionary War, and then as the scene of a confrontation during Shays' Rebellion, the Springfield Armory in the 19th and 20th centuries became the site of numerous technological innovations of global importance, including interchangeable parts, the assembly line style of mass production, and modern business practices, such as hourly wages. Numerous firearm models produced at the Springfield Armory from 1794 to 1968 were referred to as 'Springfield rifles.'" [Courtesy Wikipedia]

Country of Origin: U.S.

Year of Manufacture: 1813

Gun Type: Musket

Model History & Features: This musket has been sporterized and may have been used as a scout rifle.

Functional?: Untested

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Condition / Notes: This piece has been sporterized, possibly used as a scout rifle. The stock and barrel have been cut down, and the stock is cracked and screwed together. Other typical age and wear indications are evident.
Lot 6005

$275

Details: Early Medical Photography STEREOSCOPIC STUDIES OF ANATOMY c1910 University of Edinburgh Medical History Tipped-In Stereoscope Photographs Science

This c.1910 medical text, "Stereoscopic Studies of Anatomy Prepared Under Authority of the University of Edinburgh, Section 7," features thirty-one unbound plates with tipped-in stereoscope photographs displaying various parts of the male and female pelvis and lower limb.

An early medical text, this volume used the best science of its day to dissect and illuminate details of human anatomy.

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Condition / Notes: The unbound pages in this text display moderate signs of age and wear including common indications of toning, chipping, rubbing, and shelfwear. The images remain clear and bright.
Lot 6006

$250

Details: 2Pcs West End Brewing Co SCHULTZ & DOOLEY BEER STEINS c1959 Original Ceramic Webco Utica Club Beer Classic Advertisement King-Werk Germany Collectible

This pair of vintage West End Brewing Co. (Webco) Schultz and Dooley beer steins were given to a shopkeeper c.1959 by a Webco salesperson. The pieces come to us directly from the estate of that shopkeeper. The markings on both pieces indicate that they are from the original 5000 piece run produced by the German manufacturer KING-Werk and popularized by a television commercial for Utica Club Beer. According to the "Beer Stein Library" maintained by the collector's website beerstein.net, this pair is the earliest and most valuable production of the ceramic duo.

The smaller beer stein, Dooley, is marked "The West End Brewing Co. Utica, N.Y. 59-CDM" under its handle. The larger stein, Schultz, is marked "The West End Brewing Co. Utica, N.Y. 59-CSM" under its handle. Both pieces are similarly marked on the bottom, with "Webco" and "Made in Germany" pressed into the ceramic. Dooley stands approximately 7" high and Schultz stands approximately 11.5" high.

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Condition / Notes: These items show nicely and have been carefully preserved. Some light crazing is visible towards the top of the Dooley stein. A slight marking is also visible on Dooley's shamrock. There is a minor chip to the right side of the Schultz stein's mustache and some other minor markings are visible on its metallic crown. The hinges to open the stein are somewhat loose. Both of these pieces show exceptionally well and display only minor indications of age and wear.
Lot 6007

$225

Details: 4Pcs Oak Captains Chairs ANTIQUE ORIGINAL FURNITURE WITH LEATHER UPHOLSTERY FROM MASONIC LODGE Decorative Seating Interior Design

This set of four antique oak captains chairs with matching leather upholstery once belonged to a Masonic Lodge. Three chairs are high-backed and measure approximately 53" and their highest point. The fourth chair is slightly smaller and measures approximately 40.75" at its highest point. All of the chairs measure approximately 26.75" wide at the widest section across the armrests.

These chairs match five antique hardwood benches from the same lodge which are also available for purchase during this auction.

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Condition / Notes: These four chairs show exceptionally well and display only some common indications of age and wear.
Lot 6008

$70

Details: Collectible Vintage Toy HOPALONG CASSIDY SHOOTING GALLERY Metal Functioning Wind-Up c1960s Target Game Boys’ Toys

This lot consists of a vintage Hopalong Cassidy Shooting Gallery, as shown in the corresponding images.

Made by the Automatic Toy Company, this wind-up shooting gallery retains its vibrant colors and the wind-up mechanism controlling the targets is still functioning. The shooting mechanism for the gun also works, but there is no ammunition.

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Condition / Notes: This game shows well with minimal indications of age and wear. The paint is vibrant, however there are some small spots of rust. Some small indentations or bent areas are visible.
Lot 6009

$350

Details: Oil On Canvas IRVING AMEN ARTIST SIGNED ORIGINAL PAINTING Contemporary Figurative Modern Art Decorative Unique Artwork Smithsonian MoMA

This figurative contemporary oil on canvas painting is signed by its creator, noted New York artist Irving Amen. The work measures approximately 12” x 16”.

Irving Amen (1918–2011), was a celebrated artist in the abstract expressionist style. His work is in permanent collections in numerous notable museums including: The Museum of Modern Art, New York; The National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C.; Yale University, New Haven; the Metropolitan Museum, New York, the Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.; and several other famed museums, universities, and institutes.

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Condition / Notes: This painting shows nicely and has been carefully well preserved. The work displays only some common indications of age and wear.
Lot 6010

$30

Details: 35+Pcs Collectible Travel Ephemera TRAVEL MAPS BROCHURES & GUIDES Chile California National Parks Zion Bryce Canyon Sequoia Yosemite Utah Alaska New York World’s Fair Eastern United States Germany Mediterranean

This lot consists of approximately thirty-five pieces of travel ephemera including maps, hotel brochures, travel guides, postcards, railway guides, National Park Service guides, and more.

Some items found in this group are: an Italian Airlines map; visitors guide to Puerto Rico (1960); “Guia del Veraneante" 1938; "California" issued by the Union Pacific System, 1927; “The Coronation Scot" London Midland and Scottish Railway; "Shell Guide to Greater New York with special map of the World’s Fair" "Shore Excursion Programs Cunard Line M.V. Britannic All-Mediterranean Cruise 1955, with personal notes throughout; and more.

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Condition / Notes: These items may display typical indications of age and wear.
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