Very Important On-Site Early Americana Single Estate Auction Sale – November 21st 2009

Very Important On-Site Early Americana Single Estate Auction Sale - November 21st 200930077 Rolling Meadows Rd., Nutters Crossing, Salisbury, MD

Saturday November 21st, 2009 at 10:00 AM

Allen & Marshall Auctioneers is honored to be selling for the Estate of the late Mrs. Barbara Lindenkohl of Salisbury, Maryland!!

ALL ITEMS SOLD ABSOLUTE WITH NO MINIMUM AND NO RESERVE!!

Exquisite Selection of Early American Lighting, Late 18th Century and Early 19th Century Furniture, Sterling, Primitives, Rugs, Art and more! 

Auctioneers Note: Mrs. Lindekohl spent most of her life giving of herself to her family, friends, and community service. In past years, she was on the Board of Directors of the Junior Board Shop at PRMC, and also Friends of Poplar Hill Mansion. She volunteered with many organizations throughout her life, most recently with Coastal Hospice. However, her passion was her antique collection, especially in Early American lighting which was featured on “Antiques Roadshow”. Allen & Marshall Auctions is pleased to offer this once in a lifetime collection at public auction and cordially invite you join us for an unforgettable auction event!!

Directions: (From Pennsylvania and points north) Travel South on US 202 crossing into Delaware. Merge onto I-95 South. Take the SR-7 Exit 4A South towards Christiana. Merge onto Del. RT 1 and travel 43 miles south to US 13. Merge onto Exit US 13 via exit 97 Salisbury/Norfolk. Travel 54 miles South to the US 13 Salisbury bypass on right. Travel on bypass for 6 miles to the MD 12 Exit towards Snow Hill. Turn left on MD Rt. 12 and travel half a mile to Nutters Cross Rd on right. Turn right and arrive at auction. (From Baltimore and points West)Merge onto US 301/US 50 towards Bay Bridge. Travel 88 miles on US 50 towards Salisbury. Approaching Salisbury take the US 13 bypass and travel 8 miles to the MD RT 12 Ramp. Follow directions above. (From Virginia and points south)- Travel 89 miles north on US 13 to the Salisbury Bypass on left. Merge onto Salisbury bypass and travel 2 miles to the MD RT12 Snow Hill exit and follow directions above. Signs posted.

Exquisite Selection of Early American Lighting / English Lighting (10 AM): Late 18th century whale fat hanging chandelier, whale oil hanging reflecting lamp c. 1780, 18th Cent. candle and rush light, 18th Cent. gimbaled whale oil lantern, punch tin Paul Revere lantern, standing spring adjustable rush and candle lamp c. 1790, “The Pittsburgh” brass embossed hanging store room lamp w/orig. Towle shade, nice selection of early skaters lamps to include cobalt and emerald, pewter whale oil lamp, kerosene tin finger lantern, miner’s spike, fine selection of peg lamps, sandwich whale oil lamps, 10″student lamp, 8″ double globe student lamp, King of Diamonds brass candlesticks, Victorian bee hive push ups, 18th Cent. English side pushups, English brass dish bottom push up chamber stick, brass kerosene angle lamp w/orig. shade, brass English carry lantern, punch tin star candle box, candle molds, early American carry lantern, white opalescent thumbprint pattern glass oil, brass honeycomb pedestaled pattern glass oil, Vaseline chamber stick, cobalt ‘little buttercup” finger lamp, Pr of British gimbaled brass kerosene wall sconces, figural column pattern glass oil c. 1870, Pr of Carriage lanterns, Atlake PRR lantern, 1923 Cobalt RR lantern, LG RR lantern, heart pattern finger lamp, nickel lamps, brass double globe floor model student lamp, primitive hanging candle boxes, dovetailed candle box, and to many more to list.

Sterling/Primitives/Glassware/Dolls (10 AM): Sterling Silver to include: Gorham “Melrose” sterling flatware service for twelve, 8 bottle cut glass English silver condiment set, pr of repro Mayflower cap stand candlesticks, candle jacks, Gorham candelabra, sugar tongs, coin silver spoon, tea strainer, whiskey flask, sterling top jam jar, and more- 30+ Hummel figurines, tri color Penn. coverlet, sheet iron folk art Indian weather vane, sm qty of Netsuke’s, ivory and gold pipe, English dovetailed early copper tea kettle w/ butler’s trivet, 18th Cent. iron meat grill, LG copper apple butter kettle w/ riveted iron ring, 18th Cent wooden candleholder w/ engraving, Penn. punch tin heart decorated carriage foot warmer, tin tinder box, cast iron horse, engraved brass bed warmer c.1840, several mid 19th century brass pales, primitive dough bowls, split oak gather basket, salt glaze eagle and shield pitcher, Dolls to include: Armand Marseille character doll, KR Simon Halbig doll, Simon Halbig baby doll, (2) German bisque head dolls, (2) antique doll carriages, folk art dolls by Peggy Nisbet, Victorian brass doll bed, primitive doll cradles, Victorian doll chest, primitive doll cupboard, antique doll hutch, Lg Qty of Buyers choice carolers and more- diminutive Seth Thomas Rosewood mantle clock, primitive English cutlery box, Pr Towle pedestal table lamps w/ shades, cranberry and emerald English muffineers, Victorian colored glass goblets, amber and cobalt apothecary jars, 75pc set of Minton china, Approx. 50pcs of Copeland Spode “Fairy Dell” china, primitive fireplace tools, set of pewter diner service for eight, German Cuckoo clock, cobalt eye wash, Rockingham Turks head mold, Chemist Pharmacy sign, small wooden mortar and pestle, Towle Swift and Co. leaf lard tin, 4pc Danish pewter tea service, hand blown hatching figural eastern egg, 1956 Wedgwood bowl, nice selection of local books, selection of antique reference books, primitive milking stool, concrete yard figures, figural lead pond fountain, cast iron duck door stop, sink box duck and more!

MJ Hummel Figurines including: “Adoration” 23/1, “Good Friends” 182, “Begging his Share” 9, “Leader” 129, – “Good Hunting” 307, “Little Goat Mender” 200, “Feeding Time” 199/1, “Chimney Sweep” 12/1, “Joyous News” 111/40, “Doll Mother” 67, “Doctor”127, “Little Hiker”, “For Father” 87, “Little Sweeper” 171, “High Tenor” 135, “Little Fiddler” 2/0, “Hear Yea, Hear Yea” 15/1, “Latest News” 184, “Stormy Weather” 71, “Birthday Serenade” 218/2/0, “Little Tooter” 214/1, “Wash Day” 321, “The Artist” (repaired) 304, “Herald Angels” 37 – Chipped, “Telling her secret” 196/0, “Toothache” 217, “Playmates” 58/ 0, “School Boy” 82/0, “Goose Girl” 47/0 & more!

Ward Bros. Decoy (11:45 AM): Ward Bros. Balsa wood sleeping Mallard hen.

Early 18th Century and 19th Century Furniture (12 Noon): American Mahogany Chippendale slant front writing desk c. 1790, Mahogany four drawer Chippendale chest c. 1790, 18th Cent. English Cricket table, English Yew wood tavern chair, Scottish 8 day Mahogany grandfather case clock w/ hand painted face and dial c. 1830, York Co. Pennsylvania Pine and Poplar 2pc 12pane corner cabinet c.1840, Solid Cherry 2pc 12 pane bookcase/secretary w/ slope lid c. 1880, Mahogany Q. Anne tea table c. 1790, English Q. Anne tilt top candle stand c. 1780, Cobbler’s Bench, Lg Penn Dutch single board dovetailed blanket chest w/ drawer and glove box, Penn. three drawer Pine and Poplar dry sink, (2) diminutive dovetailed single board blanket chests w/ glove box, footed dough box w/ lid, pine tapered leg drop leaf table, single drawer stretcher base Pembroke table, Tiger Maple single drawer work table, Federal reverse paint on glass hunt scene mirror, and more.

Late 19th Century and Modern Furniture/Rugs(12 Noon): Set of 6 Late 19th cent. English Q. Anne dining chairs, Henkel Harris solid Cherry two drawer Q. Anne server, late 19th century Pine 8 drawer mercantile cabinet, Kittinger designer’s showcase table, Repro Hepplewhite Martha Washington chair, Victorian Walnut six drawer spool cabinet, Drexel American Treasures solid Cherry gateleg drop leaf dining table, Cherry two drawer Sheraton bachelor’s chest, Mahogany repro pencil post canopy bed, J. B. Van Sciver solid Cherry chest on chest and double tester bed, stretcher base camelback sofa, antique child’s drop leaf table, child’s tapered leg table w/ drawer, solid Cherry 10 drawer dresser w/ mirror, Cherry single drawer tapered leg work table, Pr Oak Windsorback chairs, small stepstool in orig. paint, Pr of Hickory Chair Co. stretcher base wingbacks, Heritage Furniture Co. leather executive stretcher base wingback, three drawer poplar washstand w/ gallery, Hickory Chair Co. velvet stretcher base wingback, Penn House four drawer pad foot dining table, cane seat and back child’s goose neck rocker, Raymond C. Mister handcrafted bedside step w/ inlay, Oak plank bottom high chair, Pine reproduction lowboy, small lift top glass display table, Plaid upholstered wingback, saddle seat chair, several signed Hitchcock rush seat paint decorated chairs, (2) Pine ogee mirrors, Mid 20th century 8.6’x 12′ Iranian Isfahan, 6’x9′ Indian Heriz, 6’x9′ Kurdish Karastan, (7.8x 4.4) Persian Hamadan c. 1920, (2) 3’x5′ Iranian Kermans, 3×2 Balouch prayer rug, last quarter 20th century 2.7’x 4.4′ Pakistan rug , 17″x24″ framed Rose Bidah Indian prayer rug, 6pc iron porch set, glass top porch table, and to much more to list.

Samplers/Artwork: (To be sold with furniture) 1809 and 1831 framed Delaware Valley samplers, Child’s portrait painting c.1810, portrait of young woman c.1820, framed watercolor fruit theorem, Edward Kuhlmann 24×17 watercolor, Edward Kuhlmann 20×24 oil on artist board, Lg decorative Chinese silk framed mural, set of 7 Vanity Fair colonial lithos, “Evening at Kuerners” by Andrew Wyeth framed print, J.J. Audubon Great American Cock (Wild Turkey) framed print, 1938 Map of Milford, DE by William P. Richards, “Goldeneye” framed orig. art by Carmelo Ciancio, hand colored squirrel lithographs, several prints and more.

Boxlots will be sold last: Craftsman 12.5HP 38″ cut riding lawn mower, Toro 21″ push mower, Maytag fridge/freezer combo, cold spot chest freezer, pedestaled sun dial, extension cords, weed whacker, Sheppard’s hooks, hand tools, log rack, grill, hand sprayer, selection of kitchen wares, stemware, water glasses, linens, towels, flatware, Rubbermaid yard cart and more.

Personal Property Terms: Cash Or Approved Check Day of sale. Visa/MC/Amex/Discover. 13% Buyer Premium. 3% Discount for cash or check. Everything Sold “As Is” with no warranties of any kind. Auction conducted onsite. Two Auctioneers. Some seating provided. Food served by Black Diamond Catering of Salisbury Maryland. 

Contact Auction Company for Additional Details. 410-835-0384

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