Associated Auctioneers & Appraisers
10/3/17 at 3:00 pm
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Selling at auction to include, but not limited to: Thomasville Mid-century bedroom set; Thomasville bedroom set; Thomasville dining set w/leaves, pads, chairs, & sideboard; Lane maple twin bedroom set; American of Martinsville French Provencal china cabinet & server; Bar stools; coffee, end & other tables; Washington Redskins memorabilia; US Coast Guard memorabilia; Lanterns; Steins; Stained glass & other lamps; Asian art, figurines, & carvings; Generac GP17500E generator; Assortment of dressers, tables, lamps, mirrors, linens, shelving & chairs; bookcases; rugs; electronics; bicycles; exercise equipment; holiday decorations; artwork, prints & paintings; assortment of books, games, toys, records, DVDs and CDs.
Large collection of decanters, barware, collectibles, advertising pieces & bottles; to include, but not limited to: Jack Daniels 2002 Limited Edition Clock, 2003 ‘Up to the Barrel House, ‘Making the Barrel, The Cooper collectibles; Wild Turkey decanters: 1975 Mack Truck 1st Issue; 1983 Flying # 1, 1983 Fighting # 3, 1981 (Unnamed) #3, 1987 “King of America’s Forest Birds” 1st Ed. 1525/1670; Series II 1979 #1, 1980 #2, 1981 #3,1982 #4, 1985 #3 & 8; 1983 WT Fighting #3, WT & Bobcat #2; 1984 WT & Eagle #4, WT & Poults #6; 1985 WT & Red Fox #7, WT & Owl #8; 1986 WT & Coyote #10, WT & Falcon #11, WT & Skunks #12. Jim Beam decanters: JB Turner & Grant trains w/cars & tracks, Harold’s Club Wagon, 1978 Barney’s Casino slot machine, 1972 Democrat & Republicans, 1975 Rainbow trout, Dial phone # 7, Stutz Bearcat; Police car, Model A Ford; Duesenberg; Early Times Bicentennial 1976; Philadelphia 1976; Anniversary USS Constellation 1972; Henry McKenna 1975; Rip Van Winkle #3 1977; Lord Calver & more.
’97 Club Car 48v. golf cart.
Glass, China & Jewelry: 48 pc. Waterford ‘Glenmore’ stemware; 71 pc. Noritake ‘Edgewood’ dinner service; 21 pc. Nippon Satsuma tea set; Fenton, Fostoria American Girl, Lefton, Japanese & German pieces; Washington Redskin lead crystal decanter & old-fashioned glasses; Art glass; Cut glass; Silver-plate and sterling pieces; Crystal; Estate gold, sterling and costume jewelry; Bags of costume jewelry.
With much more to be unpacked.
TERMS: Everything is sold as is, unless otherwise stated by the auctioneer. Cash, certified funds, Visa/Mastercard. 12% buyers paremium with 2% discount for cash, or approved check.
DIRECTIONS: Exit 80 off Interstate 70. Once on the fairgrounds, we are located in Exhibition Building #3. (view map of this location)