Directions: From the I-695 Beltway exit and Merge North East onto US-1/Belair Rd and follow for 10.7 miles to MD-152 Mountain Road. Turn left next to the McDonalds onto Mountain Rd. and follow for 2.7 miles to Rochelle Dr. Turn left onto Rochelle Dr. and follow for 0.2 miles to home on the right. 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 will open soon! You will be able to bid at any time up until the closing time for each individual items which will start on s Date to be Determined. 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.
Sterling Silver/Glass/China/Collectables: Vintage Pulver Chewing Gum “Joy Mint Gum” One Cent Tasty Chew General Store metal wall hanging chewing gum dispenser, John Bell Waynesboro, PA redware handled pitcher with magnesium and tobacco spit glaze, A.E. Warner (Andrew Elliott Warner, Baltimore, MD 1786-1870) coin silver punch ladle, (6) Steiff Sterling bread and butter plates, Ansonia steeple clock with reverse paint on glass, 19th Century Sterling silver hand chaised floral decorated ladle, misc. sterling silver flatware, early American skaters lantern with swing handle, set of (12) Franklin Mint “Great Leaders of History” cameos in crystal, Lalique France figural frosted bird paperweights Late 19th Century hand painted portrait on porcelain tile with fancy brass decorated oval frame, Bank of Somerset Co. Princess Anne bank bags, Long Brothers Westover, MD Merchants and Canners Tomato Plants Phone 1377 and 496 clip board, Waterford crystal lamp, Harold Bozman, Upper Fairmount, MD Half Gallon oyster tin, 1987 United States Constitution Prestige Coin set in original box with COA, 9pc Haviland and Co. Limoges France hand painted floral decorated tea set, Belleek Irish ivy and clover decorated 8” planter, Hermann Stamped 2 gallon Primitive stoneware floral decorated eared crock, 19th Century soft paste floral cups and saucers, Sleepy Hollow Restorations Danish Pewter 4pc tea set, Chinese snuff bottles, Early Japanese Imari, 58pcs of vintage Fiestaware China, Qty of Longaberger Pottery and Baskets, 150pc set of Haviland and Co. Limoges floral decorated china, Early American Pattern glass Amber covered compote, William Harding Philadelphia, PA Family Bible dated 1860, Bristol satin glass floral hand painted biscuit jar with plated silver swing handle, Pair of English brass beehive push up candlesticks signed England, 19th Century dovetailed copper pale with swing handle, Weems and Plath brass ships clock, Mary Gregory hand painted scent bottle, Early American Pattern Glass converted kerosene lamp with columned font over footed base circa 1880 and so much more!
Antique Furniture: Mid-19th Century Eastern Shore of Virginia Pine corner cabinet with dentil carved molding over 16 pane upper door over six panel mortised lower door circa 1860, Early 19th Cent. Scottish Tall Case Clock by D. Coghill, West Calder, Scotland with painted bird dog and game scene c. 1820, Early 19th Cent. American Mahogany reeded column nine drawer tall chest with dentil carved molding over upper locking drawers with interior locking mechanism over graduated size lower drawers terminating in bracket feet, Late 19th Cent. Empire “Salesman’s Sample” Mahogany diminutive four drawer chest of drawers circa 1870, Mid-19th Cent. Pennsylvania Pine open arm Deacons Bench with stretcher base, 19th Century New England Tiger Maple and Pine dovetailed two drawer blanket chest with bracket feet, Mid 19th Cent. Mahogany and Poplar six drawer dresser with three top drawers having interior locking mechanisms to open over three cockbeaded lower drawers, Mahogany Empire five drawer chest of drawers with carved columns and mirrored top, Late 19th Century Pine and Poplar double bed, 19th Cent. Cherry four drawer chest of drawers with string inlay banding and graduated cockbeaded drawers, Late 19th Century Chippendale wall mirror with inlaid crest, Walnut carved cocktail table with floral carved border, Victorian Walnut Marbletop single drawer over two door washstand with double candlestands on backsplash, Victoria Eastlake needlepoint foot stool, plank bottom open arm rocking chair with stenciled back, Victor Safe and Lock Co. cast iron floor safe patent 1892 and so much more!
Modern Furniture: Henkel Harris Virginia Galleries Solid Mahogany Queen size four poster pencil post canopy bed, Harden Furniture Co. solid Cherry dining room suite with corner cabinet, Mahogany Hepplewhite Reproduction inlaid flip top swing leg hall table with bell flower and checker inlay, Schott Furniture Co. Mahogany two drawer wall shelf with pierced sides, Mahogany Chippendale style four drawer slant front serpentine secretary desk with ball in claw feet, Hickory Chair Co. Upholstered open arm chair, Cherry Petite style slant front desk/curio with dual sided door glass shelf lighted curio top, Statesville Chair Company floral stitched open arm chair with stretcher base, Contemporary Mahogany wine rack with dual handled removable top tray, Dorel Home Furnishing dual folding lounge/futon, Contemporary black single drawer end table, Solid Cherry four door curio cabinet with glass shelves and lighted interior, figural bottle cap diner stool with chrome base, 5pc glass top patio table and chair set with umbrella and umbrella stand, Synthetic wicker 3pc patio set, several wool Pile area rugs and more!
Artwork: “The Decoys of Lem and Steve Ward” by Lemuel Ward and Paul Shertz 1978 S/N 870/950 signed by both Lem Ward and Paul Shertz unframed in original envelope, Thomas Point Light” by Martin Barry S/N 186/850, “Hooper Strait Light” by John Moll, Original Watercolor and acrylic signed Handirk, several framed John Moll prints of sketches to include “Shucking House” 288/1500, Chesapeake Oyster Dredgers”, “Skipjacks” and “Bay Schooners” and others.
Tools/Special Interest: Generac model GP 5500 Commercial Grade Portable Generator (like new with original owner’s manual still in plastic), Toro Powermax 724 OE snow blower with original owner’s manual, Toro 7.25 Horsepower mow and stow push mower, Magic Chef 3.0 cubic foot Upright freezer with original owners manual (like new with original tags), Nexgrill Deluxe dual energy gas BBQ grill in red finish with original owner’s manual (new never used with accessories included), Ryobi Lithium 3pc cordless yard tool set complete with batteries and (2) chargers, New Black and Decker 20 volt drill set in original packaging, Oreck XL Gold Series upright vacuum cleaner, Singer model 221K Featherweight sewing machine, Sun Joe model SWJ 802 electric pole trimmer chain saw, 14 gallon 5.5 HP Wet/Dry shop vac, Freeman model PF23PNCK Pin Nailer and Air Compressor set (new in box, never opened), Durabuilt 125PSI portable inflator, Werner aluminum 6ft A frame ladder, Commercial Electric 8pc Electricians tool set (new in box), Hotak Heavy Duty Staple gun (new in plastic), Zircon multi-scanner (nib), Autocraft socket set (nib), Yamaha YPG-235 Digital Keyboard with folding stand and original box, Vintage McDonald BSR model 2260 BS turntable/record player, Qty of Christmas ornaments and décor including hand blown and Keepsake ornaments, Giant Sedona GX mountain bike, John Bull HO Scale electric train set, Bundy 3pc Flute in carry case, Sony Bravia KDL 40 flat screen TV, several vintage Flexible flyer sleds, Coleman Large Tube lantern in box, Lg Qty of Beanie Babies, Entire Collection of Vintage Walt Disney VHS tapes, Vintage Tandy model 1000SX Personal Computer in original box, Sony Bravia KDl 32X flat screen TV, vintage Sector 9 “Slabs of the World” series bamboo skate board and so much more!
Terms Personal Property: Visa/MC/Amex/Discover or approved check. 18% 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. 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. VAAR #2907003739
Pick Up Date: Items must be picked up at the Auction Site at 2412 Rochelle Drive, Fallston, MD on Sunday June 4th, 2023 from 11 AM – 2 PM. This is the only time that the Auction Co. will be onsite at the home for Pickup. Items not picked up by 2 PM on Sunday June 4th, 2023 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. 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 items, however shipping is available through one of three 3rd Party Shippers we utilize including 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. 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.
Hauling Note: This Auction site is 150 miles away from our Auction Facility. If you purchase an item and require shipping or hauling back to our facility that will require 150 miles of travel to the Auction Site and a 150 mile return trip to our Auction Facility. There will be an additional Charge for the 300 miles of travel to move items for you if you request it. I haul a 14′ trailer with us to the Pickup Site. I can easily haul small handheld items and some medium size pieces of furniture. I am likely not going to be able to haul large items (Corner Cabinets, Sofa’s, Beds/Mattresses, Curio Cabinets, Sets of Furniture, Outdoor Furniture.
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