On-Line Only Auction – Salisbury, MD!
A&M Auctions in honored to sell for the Estate of Donna Marie Caddell!
Personal Property located at: 328 Troopers Way, Salisbury, MD 21804
Auction Held Online Only with bids ending: April 24th, 2019 Starting at 5 PM!
Eastern Shore Primitives, Estate Vehicle, Furniture, Silver,
Chinese Export, Wallace Nutting Collection, Decoys & more!
Personal Property Preview: Monday March 11th 4-6pm
Auctioneers Note: Ms. Caddell was an avid antique collector and had creative eye in home décor and decorating. The home is packed full of antiques and collectables for every taste. This home is being listed and all contents must be removed regardless of price. Don’t miss this opportunity to bid the price you want to pay from the comfort of your home. View more than 1,500 photos at AMauctions.com.
Directions: At the intersection of Rt. 13 and Dagsboro Rd (Next to the MD State Police Barracks) turn East onto Dagsboro Rd. and follow for 400 feet to Dickerson Ln. Turn right onto Dickerson Ln. and follow for 430 feet to Troopers Way. Turn Left onto Troopers Way and follow for 0.2 miles. Make right onto Troopers Way and home will be on the back left of the Cul-de-Sac. Signs posted. CLICK HERE FOR A GOOGLE MAP
Online Bidding: This is an Online Only Auction held on the A&M Auctioneers website. Early Pre-Bidding is will open soon! You will be able to bid at any time up until the closing time for each individual items which will start at 5 PM on Wednesday April 24th, 2019. 1 lot will end Approx. every 45 seconds. This Auction will feature a soft closing. If someone bids in the last minute before an item closes the bidding on that item only will be extended for 1 minute. This will give you a chance to bid again. This process will continue until one person stops bidding or doesn’t bid before the time runs out.
Estate Vehicle: Single owner garage kept 2010 Kia Forte Coup, 4cylinder, automatic, power windows, power locks, keyless entry showing 34,768 miles. VIN# KNAFU6A21A5150363. Extremely clean single owner car.
Sterling/Collectibles/China/ (97)pcs of Steiff Rose sterling flatware, Set of (8) Waterford paneled crystal red wine stems, Set of (6) Waterford paneled crystal pedestaled martini glasses, (3) Sterling topped dresser jars, Set of (6) Waterford paneled crystal pedestaled white wine glasses, (9) Waterford paneled crystal cordials, Gilbert Clock Co. Late 19th Century Art Nouveau style mantle/dresser clock, Daguerreotype of Union Soldier, Cranberry thumbprint font boudoir lamp with brass column and marble base, sterling silver baby cup, Lenox Swan font table lamp, Lenox 3pc “Hawthorne Reproduction” tea set, Qty of local books, Patterned glass pigeons blood font boudoir lamp, framed Rookwood style glazed tiles of heron and hummingbird, Pair of brass and mother of pearl 25X opera glasses in original box, Early English brass tea stand, Peanut pattern glass oil lamp, Howard Miller Contemporary inlaid regulator style wall clock, brass Russian Samovar converted to table lamp with black linen shade, Pair of antique foo dog figurines, antique child’s toy Singer Sewing machine, Approx. (50pcs) of Enoch Woods Scenery English Woodsware red transfer china, Set of Marchan II, Paris France mother of pearl and brass opera glasses in original leather carry case, cranberry and clear sugar shaker, cast iron figural horse door stop, Pair of Chinese Export covered Canton ginger jar, Hen on nest, doves on nest, Lamb on nest, Rabbit on nest, Qty of art glass paperweights, Qty of silhouettes and much more!
Primitives/Decoys: Pair of hand carved Arctic Terns by Jean and Pat Renaud on driftwood, primitive redware crock with seven line design, Primitive redware handled one gallon whiskey jug, Late 19th Century finger jointed Pine biscuit box, hand carved Piping Plover shorebird decoy on stand, hand carved wooden half silhouette of duck, Miniature Carved preening Swan decoy by Dick Robinson 2001, Carved Bluebill drake by R.N. Ranoud, hand carved Sanderling Shorebird by George Bell, Crisfield, MD, primitive style carved standing shorebird, factory carved black duck decoy in repaint, antique Oak dovetailed locking dresser top document box, wooden hand painted Pennsylvania Dutch style dresser box, copper fry pan with cast iron handle, redware decorated eared crock, stoneware brown and white one gallon whiskey jug, yellowware mixing bowls, Mid 19th Century Burl Veneered dresser box with inlaid star on top and interior mirror, Primitive pudding and butter molds in various patterns, Beautiful antique Mahogany dovetailed document box with inlaid diamond escutcheon and more!
Contemporary Furniture: Early 20th Century Chinese black lacquer four section double sided room divider, Cherry 19th Century Reproduction two drawer drop leaf table, Mahogany open arm chair with scrolled arms and nailhead trim, Red upholstered camelback sofa, Cherry end table w/ dual slides, Mahogany tri-fed tea table w/ hexagon top and gallery, Set of (4) Mahogany inlaid nesting tables with string inlay, contemporary Pine raised panel four section room divider, Small Convex Federal style wall mirror with perched Eagle finial, Mirrored double door over two drawer jewelry chest with five interior drawers, small Mahogany Chippendale style wall mirror, Set of (6) contemporary Mahogany ladderback rush seat dining chairs, Contemporary Oak dual sided bookcase, beautiful floral wool pile hand knotted area rug, matched pair of Persian wool pile hand knotted area rugs and more!
Antique Furniture: Early English Walnut pedestaled lift top chest with dovetailed construction on top of stretcher base with dual brass locks, interior glove box and interior locking drawer circa 1800, Pennsylvania Pine dovetailed blanket chest in grain paint with interior glove box and bracket feet circa 1865, Mid 19th Century Pennsylvania blanket chest in original red wash paint with interior glove box circa 1880, Hepplewhite two drawer Mahogany table with string inlay, inlaid diamond escutcheons and tapered legs, Sheraton Period Mahogany three drawer work table with brass pulls and brass castors circa 1820, Sheraton Period Mahogany and flame grain veneer four drawer curved front chest of drawers, Early English Mahogany single drawer table circa 1800, Early swing leg Cherry drop leaf tapered leg table circa 1800, Late 19th Century Poplar two piece secretary desk w/ fall front bookcase top over two drawer two door bottom, Petite Mahogany and Tiger Maple four drawer chest with large brass pulls and tapered legs, Poplar hand painted and stenciled boot jack splat bench with stretch base in original paint, Late 19th Century Cherry swing leg drop leaf table, 6ft green painted primitive style bench, Oak Victorian beveled dresser top shaving mirror with unique adjustable brass candlesticks, Mahogany late 19th Century tea caddy on stand, Early 19th Cent. Cherry single drawer work table w/ tapered legs and inlaid escutcheon, Federal Period gold framed mirror, Pair of early plank seat arrowback side chairs circa 1800, Oak child’s splint seat and back open arm chair, Mid 19th Century Mahogany half round four drawer dresser, Mid 19th Century single drawer work table, Mahogany Sheraton style single drawer console table with checker and bellflower inlay, Mid 19th Century Acorn rope bed, Victorian Oak two door over one drawer armoire, primitive style Pine child’s bentwood rocking chair, hand knotted wool Pile tabreze area rug.
Artwork: Original Japanese wood block print by Toyokuni II circa 1850, Red-Legged Partridge hand colored stone etching by John Gould (1804-1881), (Set of (4) framed 19th Century Dalmatian “Coach Dog” plate etchings, Johns Hopkins Hospital by Don Swann, Old Baltimore by Don Swann, Annapolis Dock by Joan Hanslig, Fells Point by Lisa Anne Monier, City of Baltimore from Druid Hill Park by C. Perking, framed 19th century plate etchings of Dalmatians “Coach Dogs”, Framed oil on canvas of Robin eggs in nest by Beverly Neal, “Feathered World” framed print of homing pigeons, Colored 19th Century plate etching of Bob-White Quail, “Indian Wells” framed art by R.C. Gorman, “Bright Area Life” framed oil on board signed Whlmer Rehmeyer, “Gone Away” framed foxhunt stone lithograph by F.C. Turner and much more!
Wallace Nutting: Where Grandma was Wed” framed lithograph signed Wallace Nutting (15” x12”), “Grandma’s Parlor” framed lithograph signed (13”x 11”), “Patti’s Favorite Walk” framed and signed Wallace Nutting lithograph, “An Old Parlor Idyl St. Johnsburry, Vermont” signed lithograph by Wallace Nutting, “A Spinch Corner” framed and signed lithograph by Wallace Nutting (14” x 17”), “A True Par” framed and signed lithograph (10” x 13”), “All the News” framed and signed lithograph (20” x 18”), “Morning Duties” framed and signed lithograph (16” x 19”), “An Afternoon Tea” framed and signed lithograph (17” x 19”), “Fireside Connecticut” framed lithograph signed (15” x 18”), “Thanksgiving Goodies” framed lithography signed, (15” x 18”), Framed lithography of sheep in pasture (13” x 15”), “Come into the Garden” framed lithograph signed (12” x 17”), “The Coming Out of Rosa” framed and signed lithograph and many more!
Special Interest: Shark Navigator vacuum cleaner, JVC 32” flat screen TV with remote, Scalloped shaped concrete bird bath, concrete figural bunny rabbit, shovel, rakes, hoe, extension cord, weeder, garden tools, garage shelving and more.
Terms Personal Property: Visa/MC/Amex/Discover or approved check. 15% Buyer Premium. All property is sold “As Is, Where Is”, and All Sales are Final. Property is open to thorough public inspection. It is the Bidder’s responsibility to determine condition, age genuineness, authenticity, value or any other determinative factor. Allen & Marshall Auctioneers and Appraisers, LLC may attempt to describe the merchandise in advertising, on the phone, on the internet and at the auction but makes no representations. In no event shall Allen & Marshall Auctioneers and Appraisers, LLC be held responsible for having made or implied any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Bidder shall be the sole judge of value.
Pick Up Date: Items must be picked up at the Auction Site on FRIDAY April 26th, 2019. NO EXCEPTIONS. Buyer is responsible for removing all items. Allen & Marshall Auctioneers and Appraiser’s does not ship items, however shipping is available through the UPS Pack and Ship Store of Salisbury, MD or a shipper of buyer’s choice. Buyer is responsible for bringing any required manpower, tools, boxes, wrapping paper, blankets, wheel cart or dollies needed to remove your items from the property. The home is getting listed first thing Monday morning. Items not picked up by 6pm on Friday April 26th, 2019 will be considered abandoned and will be disposed of at the discretion of the Auction Company.
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