Home & Contents Auction 5-7-15 Pocomoke, MD

On-Site Single Estate – House & Contents Auction
Allen & Marshall Auctioneers is pleased to offer the Estate of Jimmy L. Powell
101 Adkins Place, Pocomoke City, MD 21851
THURSDAY May 7th, 2015 at 4:47 PM – Personal Property

6:30 PM Real Estate
1,600 +/- Sq. Ft. 2 Story 3 BR, 2 BA home in Worcester County, furniture, primitives, stoneware, trains and more!

Real Estate Preview: Tue. April 28th 5-6:30 PM & Sun. May 3rd from 12-1:30 PM

 Home-1Auctioneers Note: Join us for a good old fashion home and contents sale. Please note date and time!! There is plenty of street parking in the quiet neighborhood and there is something for everyone!(Please view photos on the website)

Directions: At the intersection of Rt. 13 and Old Virginia Road (Across from the entrance to Rt. 113) turn West onto Old Virginia Rd. and follow for 0.3 miles to Cedar Street. Turn right onto Cedar St. and follow for 0.2 miles to Homewood Dr. Turn Left onto Homewood Dr. Home will be the 3rd on the left at the corner of Adkins Place. Signs Posted.

Primitives/Glass/Collectibles(4:47 PM):(2) 1940’s Marx Steam Line train sets in orig boxes w/ accessories, 1939 7th World Poultry Congress Badge, North Bros. Mfg. Phila, PA, wooden ice cream maker, Pr of beautiful double globe floral table lamps, hand painted double globe table lamp, blue and gray stoneware covered handled butter crock, 1 gal blue and gray stoneware crock, early double globe table lamp, early salt glaze stag pitcher, Pr of miniature Mallard decoys by R.E. Reed, Peugoet finger jointed coffee mill, ½ gal stoneware whiskey crock, tin comb box, Empire sterling weighted candlesticks, decorated Pinecone pitcher, primitive ice tongs, primitive wooden butter churn, several irons, vintage lard tin, cast iron fry pans, Victorian deep Walnut frame, early copper handled bowl, converted oil lamp with hand painted column, cut crystal vases, oil lamps, brass ships starboard light, tall ship cast iron door stop, converted oil lamp with hand painted shade, LG Qty of bisque figurines, pewterware, small Qty of cook books, small Qty of vintage cameras, approx. 100pcs of Haviland floral china, stereopticon and more !

Furniture (6 PM): Heywood Wakefield Mid-Century Maple drop leaf table and (6) chairs, Heywood Wakefield Mid-Century Maple hutch, Dixie F.C. Mahogany 4pc Mid Century bedroom suite, Lane Cherry two drawer console table, Antique Oak dining table, antique Oak 4 drawer dresser, (4) Oak pressed back dining chairs, Mahogany Duncan Phyfe flip top hall table, (2) Mahogany cedar chests, Mahogany half round carved hall table, Pair of Maple twin beds, childs antique splint bottom rocker, Mahogany inlaid butterfly table, cane bottom chair, mid 19th cent Maple rush bottom ladderback chair, Maple 3pc living room table set with marble inserts, Maple two drawer end table, Medditereanean style 3 door credenza, French provincial cane back chair, 3pc Wicker patio set, Pine five drawer dresser, three door credenza, Maple rocker, several contemporary locking cabinets, Towle style floor lamp, (2) framed prints by Don Swann, Philips 60” HDTV big screen and more!

Boxlots (7PM): Very Large Qty of Laser discs, Philips CDV600 lazer disc player, JVC RX-66V Audio Video control center, JVC dual tape player, Lg Qty of DVD’s, JBL speakers, Pair of framed Williamsburg prints, crab bakes, Qty of weight lifting equipment, Weight bench, small Qty of tools, bicycle and more!!

LATE ADDITONS TO THE AUCTION SALE: Misc paper ephemera including Misty of Chincoteague movie premiere section from Eastern Shore News (6/8/61) and Peninsula Enterprise (6/15/61), 1936 Del-Mar-Va Peninsula map including Cape Charles-Little Creek Ferry schedule and nice Whispering Pines ad, 1937 People’s Life insurance payment book with envelope, 1936 Hallwood National Bank passbook with envelope, vintage Pocomoke City National Bank hardbound notebook, 1947 pocket Gospel of St John, souvenir photo in folder from Monty Proser’s Copacabana in NYC (circa 1940s), 1945 OPA Questions and Answers on Federal Rent Control pamphlet, vintage “Your Social Security Account Card” pamphlet, Radio City Music Hall Pictorial souvenir magazine (1940s), more recent movie stills, calendars, etc., 1937 American Red Cross First Aid Text-Book , vintage Kaiser-Frazer “Henry J” owner’s manual, warranty and identification card in original folder, Meigs Religious Plays & Pageants script book “The Search for the Christ Child) 1940s, Republic pictures Corporation film list in envelope addressed to Atlantic High School postmarked 4/8/53, vintage brochure on Monticello, vintage Luray Caverns souvenir booklet in envelope, Heuer Publishing Co, “Finders Creepers” script book with mimeographed program from Atlantic High School production, vintage piano lesson book, 1951 Virginia new driver’s pamphlet and letter in original envelope, 1948 booklet of Christmas Carols imprinted Consumer’s Store, Inc. (Arcadia, Wisconsin), “Instructions for taking pictures with the Falcon candid type camera” pamphlet, “Directions for Operating Moviegraph 16mm Projector” (Keystone Mfg, 1940s-50s), 1950 Boy Scout Troop Financial Record Book (Troop 309, Camp Saving Fund Record Card and Application for Rodney Scout Camps card, June 16, 1945 Pocomoke City JJ Newberry Weekly Store (sales) report, “The Mirror” (Miller & Rhoads employee magazine) – December 1956, Hallwood National Bank 1952 pocket calendar, original Credit Plate Group of Salisbury credit plate in original envelope (for Fashion Shop, Ralph & Gaskill, Lee Johnson, Hess Apparel and RE Powell), University of Virginia car window decals c. 1960s, risque “art films” brochure and flyers, framed silhouette portrait (small) and “Home Sweet Home” sampler, 3 vintage (1950s) clip-on bow ties, new Solo softsided briefcase,Sarah Coventry flower pin in box,artist-signed Roger E Lent hunting dog print #749 of 955, box misc. older books, toys, pulp magazines, box smalls incl @ Laurel & Hardy Chump at Oxford stills, box commercial light fixtures, box smalls including vintage Christmas lights, vintage Boy Scout canteen, children’s books, vintage Granco box-style television channel selector and Alliance Tenna-Rotor antenna tuner,box smalls including Cutty Sark sailing ship model kit (unassembled), boxed glassware, painted tray,large framed duck decoy print (artist- Ronald W Eckholm), Minolta-QMS 2000 color desk laser printer, Tiffany-style lamp, 1 set softsided wheeled luggage, 2 birdcages (1 1960s, 1 older), Artin Double-Dare 7′ x 3′ slot car racing game, Camera equipment to include: Polaroid 450 camera, Kodak Instamatic camera with Kaligar auxiliary telephoto and Strobe X flash, Cambron 1A 62 mm mini-zoom manual focus lens for Canon, Durabilt hard-sided camera case with foam inserts containing Canon AE-1 accessories: Spiratone Teletach telephoto lens adapter, Makinon 55mm f2.8 lens, Canon 55 f1.2 lens, Sigma XQ 120-300mm f. 5.6, Spiratone customizer, misc manuals/documentation, suction-mount to mount camera on a flat surface and more!

Terms Personal Property: Cash Or Approved Check Day of sale. Visa/MC/Amex/Discover. 13% Buyer Premium. 3% Discount for cash or check. If vehicles are paid for by check Auction Company reserves the right to retain the vehicle/title until check clears. Everything Sold “As Is” with no warranties of any kind. Auction conducted onsite. two Auctioneers. Some seating provided. Food served by CI Fries of Chincoteague, VA.

Personal Property Preview: 2 Hours prior to the start of the Auction!

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Real Estate (6:30 PM): 1,615 +/-  Sq. Ft two story 3 BR, 2 BA Estate home on a 1/3 Acre corner lot located in Worcester County. Includes Hardwood floors, Pine Cabinetry, 1 car attached garage, paved driveway and frontage on two roads. Close proximity to Pocomoke high school.

Real Estate Terms: $5,000.00 down on the day of auction in cash, certified check or check acceptable by undersigned. Balance to be paid in 45 days. 3% Buyer premium. Property being sold “As Is.” Prospective Buyer responsible for any desired inspections, including lead paint, prior to the auction. Auction Co. makes no representation or warranties of any kind. Information describing the property and improvements deemed to be from reliable sources but not guaranteed. Auction Co. Reserves the right accept Pre-Auction offers prior to the date of Auction. Contact Doug Marshall for Real Estate Details 443-614-4340 or 410-835-0384.

Real Estate Preview: Tuesday April 28th 5-6:30 PM & Sunday May 3rd from 12-1:30 PM

 

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