Large Public Multi Estate Auction Sale – June 15th 2012

Large Public Multi Estate Auction Sale - June 15th 20128000 Esham Road, Parsonsburg, MD 21849

Friday June 15, 2012 at 4 PM

Selling from several estates including the Estate of Dorothy Sherwood of Easton, MD, The Estate of Stephen Smith of Delmar, DE, the Ward Estate of Crisfield, MD, the Palkewicz Estate of Salisbury, MD, the Littleton Estate of Willards, MD, the Cropper Estate of Fenwick Island, DE, the McGee Estate of Pocomoke, MD, the Odine Estate of Riverview, MI & others!!

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

Henry Progar Oil on artist Composition, (2) Progar Watercolors of Trussum Pond, Pair of 1951 1/2 Size Ward Bros. Mallards, John N. Hinderwill Early 19th Cent Case Clock, Antique and Modern Furniture, Lawn Equipment, Quality Glassware, Primitives, Quilts & more!

Directions: At the intersection of Rt. 50 & Forest Grove Rd., in Parsonsburg, turn North onto Forest Grove Rd. and follow for 0.5 miles to Old Ocean City Rd. Right onto Old O. C. Rd. and follow for 1.2 miles to Esham Rd. Left onto Esham Rd. and follow for 1.2 miles to burgundy/tan building on left. Signs Posted.

Boxlots/Lesser Furniture (4 PM): Quadrafire Pellet stove, Antique Schwinn cruiser bicycle, Charbroil Red Series gas grill, set of Square Two golf clubs, (2) Lifetime folding tables, Pr. of Bose 501 speakers, Charmglo grill, Sanyo Home Theatre system, shoe lathe lamp, Eddie Bauer luggage, office supplies, Laptop computer bag, several power strips, vintage Coca-Cola trays, (2) Daisey BB guns, vintage child’s chalk board, LG. Qty. of vintage ladies hats, Lg. Qty. of nut crackers, cast iron tea kettle, glass canister set, selection of milk glass, guitar, kitchen appliances, metal storage locker, LG. Qty. of Wilton cake pans, flat top shipping trunk, Lg. Qty. of Christmas Decor, and more to be listed soon!!

Lawn Equipment/Riding Lawn Mowers/Tools (5 PM): Husqvarna 24HP 48″ cut riding lawn mower, Husqvarna BT125 backpack blower, Craftsman 6.5HP push mower, Troy Bilt weed eater, tow behind lawn spreader, 20ft Werner extension ladder, Werner 8ft “A” frame ladder, True Temper wheelbarrow, 5.5HP shop vac, Impact driver set, Craftsman bench grinder, 2.25 HP shop vac & more!

Primitives/Glass/China/Collectibles (5:35 PM): A. Keister & Co. Strasburg, VA incised 3 gal blue and grey floral decorated crock c. 1849, Lothrops #3 hand crank antique box fog horn, Hamilton & Jones Greensboro, PA 1 gal crock, Ritchie, Boston, Mass gimbaled compass from the power vessel “Virginian” 1925, enormous selection of green and pink depression glass, #4 cast iron candy scale w/ weights and brass tray, H.W. Hayden’s 1864 brass pale, “Morning Duties” signed Wallace Nutting litho, Crystal Arcade wall mount coffee grinder, vintage plaster American Shield wall plaque, 3 gal wooden hand crank butter churn, vintage iron and enamel barber shop sign, several wooden pattern butter presses, Pr of Victorian brass pedestals urns, Griswold 954 cornbread pan, Embury Mfg. Co. primitive carry lantern, Peugeot & Co. primitive coffee mill, cast iron yarn dispenser, Chatillion’s primitive 50lb brass scale, 1/2 gal blue and grey stoneware crock, primitive well bucket, Bohemian cut to clear bedside carafe and tumbler, 3pc cast iron and cut crystal cherub garniture set, (3) cast iron corn bread pans, peanut butter glass, several stoneware whiskey crocks, cow bell, hog scrapers, hand painted spittoon, peanut pattern oil lamp, several Lavonian transfer bowls and platters, (2) hand blown emerald and gold enamel vases, LG Qty. of emerald moon and star glass, Boston Mass stoneware foot warmer, double handled hand painted Japanese vase, 14pc Enoch Wedgwood china set, ruby cut to clear pedestaled sherbets, (20) nice late 19th cent and early 20th cent hand stitched quilts by Laura Littleton and Florence Baker of Willards, MD, small Qty. of sterling silver to include: Wallace mug, Crescent vase, (2) Whiting compotes, Pr. of Whiting & Co. candelabras, set of (4) salts and more- LG Cut crystal pitcher, several cut crystal serving pcs, Bavarian pheasant plate, Capodimonte candelabra, blue opalescent hobnail vase, (3) Prs. of Victorian hand colored fashion scenes in deep Walnut frames, Roseville water lilly vase, Sm. Qty. of mustache cups, (12) place settings of Rodgers silver plate flatware, Smirnoff Twist neon light, and more on the way!

WARD BROTHERS DECOYS (6:45 PM): Pair of 1951 Ward Brothers half size Mallards (hen and drake) signed by both Lem and Steve Ward.

HENRY PROGAR Artwork (7 PM Sharp): BEAUTIFUL HENRY PROGAR OIL ON ARTIST COMPOSITION title “Autumn Bike Hike” of two bicycle riders in the woods, painting measures (20″x24″), (2) Framed H. Progar Watercolors of Trussum Pond Laurel, DE (8″x13″) and (11″x7″).

Modern Furniture (7:30 PM): Willett Wildwood solid Cherry step back cupboard, Willett Duncan Phyfe dining table and (6) urn splat chairs, Penn House Pen Pals 4pc white Pine child’s bedroom suite, Willett Mahogany flip top game table, Willett 4pc Wildwood bedroom suite w/ turned column dresser, 8pc Maple bedroom suite w/ pair of twin beds, Ashley Furniture Co. 3pc white painted bedroom suite, Broyhill 5pc dark Pine bedroom suite, (2) La-Z-Boy recliners, Winter Spinet model piano, Pr of carved Oak swivel bar stools, Kohler & Campbell Mah. Spinet model piano, green overstuffed sofa and loveseat, cast iron style futon, Maple deacons bench, contemporary painted lift top jewelry chest, twig art rocker, Cherry QA single drawer desk w/ chair, Cherry QA coffee table, Greenbrier Furn. Co. stretcher base camelback sofa, Pine Deacons bench, Maple child’s 4pc porch set, Sanyo 37″ TV, Sanyo 52″ HD flat screen TV, and much more on the way!

Antique Furniture (7:30 PM): Early 19th Cent Pine case clock w/ arched and scrolled dial inscribed J.N. Hinderwill, Stockton. C.1849, 19th Cent. American Mahogany miniature Chippendale style blanket chest w/ snipe hinges and glovebox, late 19th cent Poplar four door corner cabinet, Georgian Pine and Burl spoon carved roll top secretary w/ bookcase top, Mah. four drawer turned column secretary w/ bookcase top, highly inlaid mother of pearl single drawer side table, 19th Cent. Pine and Poplar two drawer over two door jelly cupboard w/ gallery, Tiger Oak six drawer Bonnet chest, Oak lift top milk chest w/ orig. lead liner, Victorian beveled mirror hall tree w/ chocolate marble shelf, Poplar surrender table, antique Oak twin size high back bed, Brandt Furniture Co. Mah. Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table w/ single drawer, Victorian highly carved settee and parlor chair, (2) Poplar single drawer over two door washstands w/ gallery’s, Pr. of Victorian needlepoint ladies and gentleman’s parlor chairs, Pair of Karpen Furniture Co. Mah. single drawer lyre base end tables, Victorian Walnut carved three drawer dresser w/ mirror, (2) round Oak dining tables, Oak two door two drawer depression era server w/ stretcher base, Kroehler Mah. two drawer two door reeded leg server, Oak four drawer dresser, Mah. depression era china cabinet w/ QA legs, Mah. single door china cabinet, Mah. Duncan Phyfe flip top game table, three tier Mah. pie crust dumb waiter, Primitive yard winder, (3) Refinished steamer trunks, Poplar drop leaf kitchen table and chairs, Poplar carved ball in claw foot piano stool, four tier Oak cottage chest, art nouveau three drawer mirrored dresser, Poplar open face washstand, Mahogany 10 drawer dresser, five tier corner tagre, 19th cent Poplar drop leaf table, Mah. three tier inlaid pie stand, antique Oak tri-foot drying rack, crotch flame veneer two door cabinet, mission Oak foot stool, Victorian Walnut platform rocker, 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. Everything Sold “As Is” with no warranties of any kind. Auction conducted inside & outside of 10,000 Sq. Ft. facility. Two Auctioneers. Some seating provided. Food served by Station 7 Restaurant of Pittsville. Preview: Day of the Auction. 12 – 4 PM

Preview: Day of the Auction. 12 – 4 PM

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

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