Directions: At the intersection of Rt. 13 and South Blvd (Across from Rita’s Italian Ice) turn West onto South Blvd and follow for 0.3 miles to Camden Ave. Turn left onto Camden Ave and follow for 1 block to Monticello Ave. Turn right onto Monticello Ave and follow for 0.3 miles to home on the left. 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 now open! You will be able to bid at any time up until the closing time for each individual items which will start on Wednesday March 20th, 2024 Starting at 5 PM. 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.
Glass/China/Collectables: Rick Fish Chincoteague, VA hand carved white Egret on driftwood base, Beautiful brass Victorian prismed pattern glass handing kitchen chandelier with patent dated June 1885, The Sherwin Williams Paint and Varnish Co. RARE early cast iron figural advertising Chameleon, Canadian Inuit made cast iron folk art style moose sculpture, Bailey Banks and Biddle Co. sterling silver trophy cup creamer and sugar, 19th Century Pennsylvania Cherry and brass decorated bed warmer, Salters Improved antique brass spring balance scale, 75pcs of Lenox “Lenox Rose” floral pattern china, Pair of Late 19th Century figural lion on nest milk glass covered dishes with patent date of 1889, Ridgeways “Cherry” pattern floral 4pc wash bucket and pitcher set dated 1910, Miniature wooden carved Canvasback decoy, Capt. Jessie Urie, Rock Hall, MD mallard decoy, Bennington Pottery Brown Spongeware handled pitcher with peacock motif, Pair of 19th Century Brass 10” push up candlesticks, Mid-19th Century steeple mantle clock, 19th Century Blue Cobalt pattern glass lamp, Late 19th Century Pattern glass lamp with milk glass base and floral paper cut shade, Pottery sculpture of otter signed Tom Mullaney, primitive blue and white salt glaze pitchers, Dragon Model 103 cast iron double shoe lathe, Newport Ave double sided wooden Road sign, Pair of metal bronze decorated figural horse bookends, Emerald glass fish net float, Primitive Pine hinged top cash/ticket box, Miniature marble bust signed Tasso, Qty of local books, nice selection of satin glass, 19th Century Milk glass figural covered candy dish with eggs and hatching chick over reticulated basket base, Milk glass hand painted dresser lamp with brass decorated base, small Qty of Majolica, Late 19th Century clear pattern glass lamp, Chinese dragon decorated pewter plate, signed Wilton Pewter Dinner plate and so much more!
Furniture: Eastern Shore 19th Century Pine nine light two door single piece corner cabinet, 19th Century antique Walnut ladies slant front desk with fold out writing board concealing interior fitted pigeon hole interior over single drawer, 19th Century Eastern Shore of Virginia Pine two door over one drawer punch tin pie safe, Sheraton Period Mahogany and Burl four drawer chest of drawers circa 1840, Mid-19th Century Eastern Shore two drawer work table, Victorian Walnut marble top parlor table with oval beveled marble top, contemporary 18th Cent. Reproduction Tiger Maple 11 drawer highboy, Clayton Marcus blue upholstered Queen Anne style wingback chair, Antique Pine three drawer over two door corner cabinet with gallery, Full size spool bed, 19th century Poplar three drawer bedside chest/child’s chest, Set of (4) Oriental carved nesting tables, Oak child’s two blanket chest with lifting top over two drawer base, Early 19th Century Mahogany drop leaf singled drawer dining table, Victorian carved antique Walnut decorated dish top candlestand/plant stand, 19th Century diminutive side table with stretcher base, Hickory Chair Co. green floral upholstered settee, bread loaf style trunk in red wash finish, 19th Century Eastern Shore Pine two door washstand with gallery, Mid-Century style wire and metal decorated four tier shelf, Walnut three tier curio wall shelf, Oriental brass decorated serving tray/table with removable tray and folding stand, antique café style table with cast iron base, Mahogany Chippendale wall mirror, antique Walnut and gold decorated rectangular wall mirror and more!
Artwork: Original framed oil on canvas of Donkey and Cart in Madrid signed Pulley 1963, Orig. Framed 19th Cent. Oil on canvas pastoral scene of cattle in gold frame, Late 19th Century framed hand colored etching of “Noah’s Ark” by J. Battia, 19th Century framed small oil on canvas of cow in fancy gold decorated frame, Orig. framed oil on canvas fruit theorem of strawberries in gold decorated lighted frame, Early 20th Century oil on canvas of mandolin player signed C. Lasar, Framed watercolor of beach scene signed Marion Staley, Orig. charcoal and pencil eastern shore still life, Set of (3) Chinese floral framed artworks and more!
Special Interest: Figural snail illuminated boudoir lamp, Hoschild Kohn and Co. Baltimore, MD ladies mink hat with original box, Approximately 75 vinyl LP records, Antique wire constructed oyster basket, (2) antique Paper Mache General Fiber style crow decoys on driftwood and more!
Terms Personal Property: Visa/MC/Amex/Discover or approved check. 18% Buyer Premium. 6 % MD Sales Tax. 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. A&M 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 A&M 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 in Salisbury, MD on Saturday March 23rd, 2024 from 9 AM – 11 AM. This is the only time the Auction Co. will be onsite at the home for Pickup. Items not picked up by 11 AM on Saturday March 23rd, 2024 will be considered abandoned and will be disposed of at the discretion of the Auction Co. And/Or Property owner. If you unable to attend the Auction pickup you must designate a person to pick your items up for you. Buyer is responsible for the following requirements. #1: Buyer is responsible for removing all items from the Property. #2 Buyer is responsible for bringing any required manpower required to move your items from the home to your vehicle #3 Buyer is Responsible for bringing any tools, boxes, tape, wrapping paper, Bubble wrap, blankets, Straps, wheel cart or dollies needed to remove your items from the property. The items that you purchased will be situated in the home as they were photographed at the time of the cataloging. You will be responsible for any boxing that is required to move/load your items. #4 Buyer is responsible for verifying that you have all of your items before leaving the property.
SHIPPING: A&M Auctioneers and Appraiser’s does not ship general auction merchandise, however shipping is available through one of three 3rd Party Shippers we utilize. They include the UPS Pack and Ship Store of Salisbury, MD/Delmar, DE & the Parcel Plus Store in Rehoboth Beach, DE. We can transport items back to our facility from the Auction Pickup site and then deliver the item(s) to a shipper for you for a fee. We deliver items once a week typically on Tue/Wed. You will pay the shipper directly for any and all costs associated with getting your items to you. Shipping has become very expensive. We have no control over the cost of shipping items. Please bid accordingly. We can’t provide you with shipping estimates. There may be large items in this auction that are not shippable and will require local pickup or for you to arrange a freight hauling/Professional moving service. CLICK THE RED SHIPPING INFO BUTTON FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
Personal Property Preview: Auction Co. will be onsite at the home on Saturday March 18th, 2024 from 5 PM – 6 PM. The public is invited to preview the items being auctioned during that time frame.
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