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11-17-20 Online Only Auction – 1002 Greenway Ave., Cambridge, MD 21613

On-Line Only Auction – Cambridge, MD!

A&M Auctions is honored to sell for the Estate of Ron and Peggy Rue!

Personal Property located at: 1002 Greenway Ave, Cambridge, MD 21613


Auction Held Online Only with bids ending: Tuesday Nov. 17th, 2020 Starting at 5 PM!


Exquisite Selection of Eastern Shore Primitives, Decoys, Stoneware, Local Advertising, Artwork, Antique and Modern Furniture, Moped & more!


Personal Property Preview: Monday November 16th from 4 PM – 6 PM


Directions: At the intersection of Rt. 50 and Maryland Ave just to the South of the Choptank River Bridge turn East onto Maryland Ave and follow for 0.3 miles to Abacco Ln. Bear slight left onto Abacco Ln and follow for 1 block to Greenway Ave. Turn right onto Greenway. Home will be the first on the left. Signs posted.         CLICK HERE FOR A GOOGLE MAP


Online Bidding

Online Bidding: This is an Online Only Auction held on the A&M Auctioneers website. Early Pre-Bidding will open soon!  Once the bidding is open you can bid at any time up until the closing time for each individual items which will start at 5 PM on Tuesday Nov. 17th, 2020. 1 lot will end Approx. every 30 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.


Primitives/Stoneware: A. E. Hyssong, Bloomsburg, PA two line incised redware handled whiskey jug, several Eastern Shore stoneware oyster crocks in various sizes, Knighthood 20lb mince meat bucket by Reeves Parvin & Co. in yellow paint with original label and wire and wooden handle, Eastern Shore split Oak Eel Pot, twelve count tin candle mold, blue and gray floral decorated handled whiskey jug, stoneware 10” double handled bulbous font crock, early hand blown fish net floats, mincemeat bucket in red wash paint with original label and wire and wooden handle, primitive Pine 14” bowl with Maple 4” spoon,  stoneware crock marked 1 ½ gallon, enormous Qty of yellow ware and yellow spongeware to include: pitchers, bowls, cups, molds, etc, Lg Qty of blue and white salt glaze pottery, several wooden mixing bowls, Pine single drawer finger jointed coffee mill with cast iron top, buttocks basket in yellow paint, antique Eastern Shore soft crab bait box, pair of 19th Century tin push up chambersticks, 4 dozen eggs crate, primitive wooden salt box, double sided tool tote with handle in blue paint, green stoneware salt glaze pitcher with grapevine motif, LG Qty of agateware, grain bucket in old red wash paint, J.O Schimmer Preserving Co. vintage wooden handled preserve bucket, S.R. Co. Best Made cast iron wheat and corn No. 1270 Stick corn bread pan, stamped 1 ½ gallon primitive blue and gray floral stoneware crock converted to lamp and much more!

Decoys: Ron Rue, Cambridge, MD full body standing Hooded Merganser (according to the family this is first and the only Full Body standing hooded Merganser that Mr. Rue ever carved), Early Ron Rue, Cambridge, MD 1/3 size carved Mallard drake, Ward Brothers, Crisfield, MD redhead drake, Pair of Ward Brothers carved Black Duck bookends, Vintage 1920 Ward Brothers Duck Decoy body signed Lem Ward 1920, Ira Hudson, Chincoteague, VA early working Brandt decoy, Rue Brothers primitive cedar hand chopped Canada Goose decoy, Pair of Robert Mende, Federalsburg, MD cedar carved Canvasbacks hen and drake both branded RM, Pair of decorative carved Canada Goose head bookends, Charlie Bryan, Middle River, MD Pintail Drake personalized to Ron Rue, miniature carved Blackbird on pedestal signed Paul Nock, New England White Cedar Eider decoy, early Primitive Canada Goose decoy, carved Plover on driftwood signed “To Ron From Aby Bull”,  US Ammunition “The Black Shells” reproduction metal advertising sign, (3) Miniature carved Waterfowl pins carved by Bill and Jean Wright Preston, MD, full body Robin on drift wood signed L.J. Robinson Asbury New Jersey, Pair of vintage cork body Canada Goose decoys, Large hand carved full body Bald Eagle body (missing head), early Holly Family Canvasback drake decoy, Large Qty of Decoy and Hunting Books, Approx. (2) dozen paper Mache and fiber figural corn cobbs, Selection of Ron Rue, Cambridge, MD Decoy Carver personal memorabilia including his own personal decoy sketch book, Rue Decoys Stamp, and Ron Rue Business cards and more!

Local Advertising/Collectables: Original framed Confederate Soldier Civil War letter dated November 25th 1862, Hurlock Food Market Phone Number 2741 Hurlock, MD advertising mirror, vintage Cupids Ice Cream advertisement, Cambridge Fair 1927 advertising fan in frame, Nathans Furniture Stores Cambridge, MD 1936 advertising calendar/thermometer, Elzey and James Cambridge, MD advertising thermometer, Vimpep Foods Cambridge, MD dog food canning labels, Vintage Delicious Fresh Cambridge Bakery Donuts countertop advertisement, G.W. Phillips Cambridge, MD Morton’s salt label, (2) Planters Pennant Peanuts clear glass advertising jar with figural peanut finial, vintage Porcelain enameled William J. Burns International Detective Agency sign, Albert Webb Vienna, MD Bob White Brand pumpkin canning label framed, Vintage Kebler-Weyl Co. advertising biscuit tin with glass front and lift top, The Phillips Canning Co. Cambridge, MD, Vintage “Admiration” miniature cigars tin advertisement, (2) Nevins and Frampton, Easton, MD grocery advertisements both framed, Remington Shur Shot 12 gauge #8 wooden advertising box, early 20th Century Piedmont Tobacco advertising folding chair with porcelain back, Pr 19th Century English Staffordshire standing full body guard geese, Lance Cracker jar, Cudaky Soap Works Old Dutch Cleanser wooden advertising sign, (4) late 19th Century game bird themed plates, Anheuser-Busch Inc. 100th Anniversary wooden beer advertising box, vintage tobacco tins, cranberry font acid etched table lamp, Pr of early pottery double handled vases with lions handles and ship motif, folk art style figural cut tin cardinal, large Qty of local books and Chesapeake Bay books and more!

Antique Furniture: Primitive Pennsylvania Birdseye Maple tri-fed adjustable double candle stand, Late 19th Century open arm spindle back rocking chair with needlepoint seat and mother of pearl inlaid crest, Primitive country style farm/dining table in paint, Pine single door raised panel wall hanging corner cabinet, primitive Pine blanket chest, Mid 19th Century Eastern Shore Pine two drawer work table, Late 19th Century drop leaf gate leg table, Pair of mid 19th Century Maple plank seat side chairs, Pine county style bucket bench, antique metal and cast iron twin bed, primitive bentwood child’s cradle, Mid 19th Century primitive Pine Eastern Shore single drawer tapered leg work table, 19th Century 35” spinning wheel, Late 19th Century child’s slat seat ladderback chair, wooden bench in paint, several primitive step stools and much more!

Modern Furniture: Contemporary Pine county style raised panel single door cupboard, Lane cedar blanket chest, Country Manor North Carolina plaid upholstered three cushion sofa, Maple nine drawer chest on chest, Mahogany four poster double bed, Temple Furniture Co. blue upholstered wingback chair, Red and White plaid upholstered wingback chair with stretcher base, Country Manor contemporary upholstered wingback chair, Pair of child’s wicker high back side chairs, Jasper Office Furniture Co. Inc. Mahogany office desk, Mahogany finish butlers style cocktail table, Pine dough box table, Nichols and Stone Maple open arm spindle back side chair and more!

Artwork: Original framed Watercolor of Widgeon on water signed Redd Taylor 1978, Orig. watercolor and acrylic of Northern Flicker signed Kevin Davidson 1992, “One of the Last” framed black and white litho of schooner signed Wallace, Black and White litho titled “Annapolis Waterfront” by Richard T. Waller, Framed print of country style sparrows in barn S/N Raymond Ching artist proof 21/50, framed artist proof of Titmouse S/N Raymond Chin, framed print of Mallard Drake flying signed J.W. Taylor, framed print of Bison by Bierly, framed print of Hawk S/N artist proof by Raymond Morris, framed print of Wood Thrush by Ray Harm, 75+ Duck Stamp Prints and Wild Turkey prints and much more!

Moped/Special Interest: Vintage Navy Rear Admiral Single star banner/flag, Argus M3 camera in original case with owner’s manual, Richardson’s Cambridge, MD vintage ladies full length Muskrat coat, Argus M-500, Kodak Instamatic 104 Camera in original box, two man cross cut primitive saw, Dominion metal four blade table fan, Kodak Tourist II Camera in original box, (2) Maryland Department of Natural Resources metal signs, GE stainless countertop microwave, Wooden Adirondack chair in yellow paint, LG Qty of Superb Vintage Beer Advertising 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 November 20th from 3 PM – 6 PM.  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. Items not picked up by 6 PM on Friday November 20th, 2020 will be considered abandoned and will be disposed of at the discretion of the Auction Company.

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