Clyne Angle Estate, From Floyd, Post office,Store Items
Listing ID#: 107116

Sale Location

Roanoke, VA 24017
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Tuesday Jan 31,
Bidding Ends: Thursday Feb 23,
Sale Type
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Tommy Wagner Auctions

Contact: Tommy Wagner, Barry Muse
Phone: 540 4003753,8756432
Email: tommy@tommywagnerauctions.com
Website: www.tommywagnerauctions.com

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Terms & Conditions for Online Auctions Welcome to our Auctions, Online Bidding or Live and Onsite. These apply to any and all items of a personal property nature including vehicles or equipment. Auctioneer is an agent for our Seller(s) / Clients in every event. Anyone who meets the registration criteria for an event may bid for all being offered. Including but not limited to auctioneer, all helpers or staff. They pay and win as well being the last and highest bidder. We reserve the right to bid in behalf of and for the interest of our client. Please observe all notices in the catalog. Satisfy your own judgment before bidding. Each and every lot offered by single or group is SOLD AS IS. NO Exceptions. We do our best to provide adequate pictures and info and descriptions for you to make a judgement. Often items may have an imperfection we cannot see or find. They are still AS IS. This is an Auction and not a shopping experience. Absolutely NO RETURNS or Chargebacks of any nature. Anyone who registers with false information, PO Box address, or invalid CC Account will be declined permanently as a bidder in all events. We do a lot of research and study for significant items especially of an antique or historical item. Often we may be wrong however not for lack of trying. The Bidding system we rent for each event. It is not designed or structured by auctioneer. Please look at all notices and information and satisfy your own understanding before bidding. If anyone seeks to game the auctioneer or the portal, you will be declined as a bidder. Descriptions are our best view and understanding and may or may not meet your expectations. You may have your own opinion and we welcome that. It will not influence how we run our events. Please understand that our number of events, our numbers of bidders still continues to grow. Anyone who meets registration criteria may bid on any and every lot they desire. This includes anyone, helpers or other. They too may bid on anything of their interest. Many patrons bid at different levels on dozens of lots. For reasons known only to them. We have used this system now for 6 years. From time to time someone makes an underhanded suggestion concerning running the bids or other ideas they have. Any and all questions we will answer to the best of our ability. If it is your opinion that our auctions are somehow rigged? Please do not participate. Questions may be addressed by email to the auctioneer only! You must be registered to bid. You must have a valid card to register. Debit cards accepted as well. Increments are shown in the catalog. Remember there may be many bidders bidding even many days before an event is closing. You may leave max bids similar to ebay and as others bid against you on any lot the system will advance your bids. Some customers may continue to bid until the system shows they are winning on lots. This is how it works. As events begin to close on the scheduled Auction Date We do not automatically charge your credit cards. You have the option of cash or approved check at Checkout to receive your discount. Any lots, lot, or items may be removed from any catalog at any time without notice to anyone, Normally at the request of our Client. We as auctioneers are agents of and for the sellers or client and do not represent the bidders. There are no discounts for any credit card transactions. Shipping generally occurs on the next Monday after action events. There will be nominal fees for S&H, Postage and packaging as necessary. Added to invoice. Large bulky items are costly to ship. Cash Please for all invoices under $500. Checks are becoming costlier to process and we try to keep all incidental fees in check. If you fail to pick up your items, your credit card will be charged with no discounts. Handling fees will occur for any items having to be brought back to our facility. All are expected to bring adequate transport- vehicle and helpers for heavy lifting and loading. Many items we measure for your convenience and may be rounded without notice. Auction Co. will use whatever legal relief for any unpaid tickets or invoices that are available. YOU must provide tax exempt forms to us to be exempt. Currently @ 5.3% of the total. Does not apply to titled vehicles or farm equipment or implements. ALL Is offered to the last and highest bidder unless otherwise noted. Reserves are noted. Pick up and checkout are scheduled in the catalog. To keep our fees lower please adhere. I have to pay for all temporary helpers to retrieve your goods for you and to secure that all leave with what they have bargained for and won the bids for. Stagger closing, lot closing times may be different for each event as needed. No alternate pick-up dates. Fees will be charged for us to go back. Bidding is an enforceable contract so do not bid unless you are over the age of 18. 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Listing Information
A really Fine Auction of two combined estates. Rare collection of Woodworking tools from 1850s in Rockbridge County, Even More rare are select items form Clyne Angle Country Store, "Simpsons" in the 19th century, Now in Check. Even more rare are the remnants of the Former Post Office, Much paper,ephemera, Old scale and machines, Store sign, Old Store ledgers,purchases,paper,ephemera,Train Photos. Some very rare artifacts. A selection of Trains,HO,Accessories,Nice Engine Collector train pieces,old Paper,Historical Floyd Photographs of many well know families. #Eric Fitzpatrick early signed lithos.

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Welcome To Another fine Auction,some Local History
We have the remaining items From Simpson's, In Floyd County. Later became Copper Hill. We are offering . The Late Cline Angle and his late wife operated the Angle store. It had been in existence since about 1858. The Post Office was there and Operate...

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All Bidding is Online. Do not bid if you cannot
Come to pick up your winning items. We are starting to be overrun with items belonging to no shows! . All Gotta go to make room for more.


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AS IS- All Items are offered in AS IS Condition
No Warranties, no guarantees, no other understanding. DO NOT Bid if you do not understand this premise.

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Tax added when invoiced. Invoices emailed as
Soon as possible at the end of the Auction.

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Open House will be on a Saturday, Last Saturday
Before the actual closing date. Feb. 18th, 9-12. Check in as often as you can!

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Shipping, Monday, Under 10 lbs only.
$7.50 per package plus Packaging cost, mailing or shipping and insurance costs. NO Exceptions. We do not ship for free.

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Buyer Premium, 17% For all credit or debit cards *
Is still 12% For cash or check payments. Auctioneer has been losing because of CC processing fees. I no longer can process as the fees they are charging are out of my control. I try to maintain the lowest costs. possible for my great customers. Than...

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NO PICKUP- No Bidding-Not a Shopping Experience
I have recently had to decline several customers. Sorry but if you do not show up your card will be charged. Declined? You are banned from bidding. You are cheating our clients and myself-aside from all the troubles to deal with frauds. If you are no...

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Thanks to some Wonderful Floyd Folks I Met
And who have been great resources for identifying some photos, relating stories, Maybe a few yarns. Very enjoyable. Yes, I have looked through hundreds of paper and photos. Enjoy.





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Early Carpenters Chest, 1850s,Dovetailed
Awesome. Rockbridge County, on casters. 39 x 22 20.Zinc or metal lid over wood.

14
Aluminum Folding Table,Light Weight
When extended is 60 x 24"

15
Plank Style Dining Chairs, 4,Small Size
Good,Need cleaning. no noted defects.

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Blown Glass Vessels,Broken Pontil,light bulb
For laboratory ? All maybe old light bulb forms but missing metal pieces? Cool



19
Primitive Cupboard/Cabinet, 29 x 51
We have the bottom boards but needs retrofit. Nailed.


21
Corner Medicine Cabinet, 22 x 11 x 17"
Rare corner version. Needs a new mirror. Comes with 2 cut glass shelves for the inside.

22
Planer, Hand with bit! In Box,Porter Cable
And Accessories, Runs, aprox 3" Blade width. Am checking. Blade width 2 1/2"




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Skil,Vintage Super Duty Saw,Box
Runs,Power,Heavy with original box.

27
Router and Bits,Sears/Craftsman,Running
2 routers, running, one in it's box. Assorted Router bits. Not all there according to package.



30
Bayonet,Japan,See Link,15" Blade,WWII?
based on mark could be 1870-1935? You can judge. Wood missing.



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Vintage Level,Sands, 30 inch
one glass broken on end sight, bubble ok.




37
Nice Vintage Enamel Wares
Most really nice except slop jar! 4 cups,plates,Stewpot,coffee pot.

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O A Shaler Vintage clamp for ? 1915
is a woodworking device?




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Ball Jars, early ones,Tight Seal,Putnam Lightning
Yes, Were washed because I like my customers to have clean items as much as we can.

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Old Ball Jars and Others, Milk Glass
white one is not for canning!

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Vintage Overhead Fixtures,Cast Iron and Frosted
Heavy cast iron ceiling mounts, 3 in all




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Wine or Store Jar, 19"T x 10" Dia. wood handle
Maybe old Pickle Jar, 5 gallon. Some old bubbles





53
Old Porch Columns, Good Stuff
All for one bid! Garden and decorating columns.


55
Spice Bins, Roanoke Weiner Stand, 23 x 12 x 18.5
Removed in the 90s. These were removed by an older Roanoke Carpenter. They were used to hold their spices for chili. By moving the cups spices would drop into a pot. Well Made, Cool! To hang on a wall! Sausage spices or grain mix? 23 inches tall, bac...

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Large Appliance Mover
older, does not have stair climber. VGC


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Trim All Trimmer, Cool, Turns over, cannot keep
2 HP, Briggs, apparatus disengages belt for starting. An Early Edger !


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Vintage Kitchen Table,Painted,3 chairs
Is Poplar under paint. From the 30s I believe or early 40s.



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Special Clamp, EC Stearns,Syracuse NY
MY guess, A clamp to hold a cabinet board for dovetailing? Opens up with the lever. Well used! Bench mounts.


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Apple Peeler,May 2,1898,Goodell,Turntable 98
vgc and works fine, Awesome oldie!

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Corner Clamp,Vintage,Red Devil Stapler
Includes Working fine K Mart 1/4" Drill

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Stanley Plane & Cutters, #50,Box,Adjustable
various cutter blades,accessories,guides !





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Wood Plane, Ohio Tool Co. #7,Fruitwood
Auburn Tool Co. NY,Thistle Brand



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Wood Plane, Ohio Tool Co. #133 GAO
2 blades for molding of some type. double blade-7/8"

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Wood Plane, Auburn Tool Co. NY. # 1523
One wooden bolt adjuster stem is separated. For use on tapered leg or other!












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Wood Plane, Sandusky & Co. Ohio, 47
Sandusky Tool, 5/16 Bead





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Stanley Rule & Level, #127, 15 x 2 3/8",1876,
2 1/8" Blade width. Note Liberty Bell with 76 on it- 1876?

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Fox & Washburn, Amherst Mass. 14.5x6
Broken Handle. Cast Steel Blade, 3 1/2"W by W. Greaves & Son







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Crucible Tongs, 45" I believe for metal pouring
Used I believe for metal furnace pour of molten metal- To hold 2 sizes of cups?





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Writing Desk, By Ronk, Roanoke,Woodhaven rd
This one appears cherry,dovetailed drawer. Old one from old home. Label. Bad top only refinish will need to be redone. Norman & Clifton. Solid wood, no veneer.

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Masonry Tools
Edger, grouter



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Metal Detector,Minelab, with accessories,Working
I did buy new batteries and installed. Extremely sensitive. Working fine. Is Excellent technology. As fine as you can get. Previously Is surplus from Local Police agency. uses 8 AA Batteries, Includes all, book, headphones etc. Explorer SE over $1...



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Empire, Oak,Breakdown Wardrobe, 90" Tall,Drawer
with shelf & casters. 90 x 36 x 22"

118
Cast Iron Wagon Wheels, 53" Dia. 2 X $$$$
They are a pair and Identical. Nice condition, I see no splits or breaks. Great Find! 2 XXX The Bid

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Assorted Pottery,McCoy & Other Yellow&
maybe Shawnee wall pocket, USA, window box and is a nice group.

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Assorted Cups,Saucers-Tea, 2 bone dishes, dresser
milk glass dresser box. Some Germany



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Germany,Denmark and other Smalls
Murano ash tray. Copenhagen tea dishes, Other




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Johnson Brothers,England,Country Cupboard
1 platter,4 cereal bowls, 5 good 10"Plates, 2 items have a chip, one plate,and small bowl. 3 saucers. Nice large serving bowl & Platter


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Toledo Store Scales, Excellent,Needs a light bulb
You maybe would want to re wire. Scales work fine but bulb is bad. really Nice quality, clean and ready- has back customer view window also! 30s I believe


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Angle Store Telephone, Ca 1901,complete
Was removed from the store. Generator is dated 1894, Earpiece has a date of 1901, All there! Nice oak case, little green paint slop. Western Electric!


133
Occupied Japan, Lamps, George & Martha
one works, the other needs rewiring as it has original wire. Figures are 7" Tall


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Milk Glass Compote, 2 vases
I believe the compote is Fenton, daises pattern

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Forest Warden,Accumulation, 5.5" Tall,mint
2 car tags,Badge,Governor Appointment- When citizens would help instead of another union employee!





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Smaller Green Punch Bowl, 12 cups,ash tray
Clean, pretty,nice about 4 qt. bowl




145
Angle Store, Stringholder,cast iron,Beehive
5.5"T The tabs for hanging on wall long since broken off!




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Angle Store, National Cash Register, 1928/29
The last one ever bought and used. I have not been able to find keys-YOU CANNOT HANDLE BY YOURSELF. BRING A HELPER OR GO TO BACK OF THE LINE PLEASE. Is heavy. cannot get unlocked to try it. Serial S279530 AA # 1856 made. 24 x 16 x 21.Cast Iron and me...



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Vintage tools & Iron
cast iron tape dispenser-Angle Store, Clover sad iron,cobbler hammer for the home,plumb hammer, Jar opener, other,small oiler

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1940,Framed Diploma, Bent Mtn High,Airpoint
Myrtle Waldron. Soon to be Mrs. Angle, Bent Mountain high school. 1940, and then off to war soon for him. And her to endure!






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Assortment, Soap Dispenser, Refrigerator Pail
Aluminum relish tray & Napkin Holder. Trench art style ash tray.














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Ink Stands,Ink Bottles, Old Pens,Office
Very Old Japan Pottery Vase, 3"




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Singer J1 Sewing Machine, Running Fine
missing belt and needle. Really Fine Vintage machine, Would be great for bindings, edges, #Quilting#singer




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5 Bennet Brothers Store Goods Reference
2 60s and 3 70s. great for reference and pricing of hundreds of Brand Name consumer goods. Used in The Angle Store. You name it and you find it in these old books.



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Album,Sisson Family,
Sisson Family Photos, Birth notice for VG and his wife. 1918





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Presidential Unit Citation, Framed, 22 x 28" ,1977
Coats of Arms for the Units that made up the 7th Armored Division in WWII. The different Countries they battled in.

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Family Home,LC Angle Sr.? Sisson or Waldron
17 x 13" Floyd County. Early 20th Century!



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Wedgewood and other pottery small dishes
2 vintage gravy boats w flowers







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Vintage Hamilton Beach Mixer,Separator,Running
with bowls and accessories. Not often found with all the stuff!














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Piano Stool, Mahogany, 18" Tall, 14" Seat
wonderful, ball & Claw. glass balls, nice




219
Early Kitchen Chairs, Oak & Twine,paint
pink one has carpet cover, Unsure of twin underneath! Before they used 3 slats in the back.





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Confederate Note for Loan, 1864,Rare,Scarce
Is real, original,not a copy, Is not a reproduction or copy. . Noted by the ink of signature bleed to the reverse. Could not be reproduced without being a smear. One Thousand dollar loan to finance. Note the Rare seal of the Confederacy. Coupons for ...


226
Wallace Sterling, Nut Tray, or mints. 2,52 Ozt.
All bids reset. is 2.52 troy ounces. My mistake!

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Stock Certificate,Chas Smith 1916,Locust Grove
includes receipt where one was redeemed in 1979. issue was 1 Share, $5


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Pistol,Relic,Norwich Arms, .32, from 1872
Unfirable. Missing firing pin, damaged grip. Frame OK No Serial #

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Photo,Angle Store, Late 30s, Note cars
Was a Conoco Oil Station at the time

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Roanoke Livestock market/auction
$6 commission in 1942, Weight and sale bill from 1947. Was in Roanoke. Joe Stewart owned this when I was a child in 50s & 60s

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"Saga of CCA", 7th Armored news written as prose
unit newspaper. Patton's Army, 17th Tank Battalion Record of battles and movements.

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Cline Angle, War & Other Photos, clip, 30s and 40s
Before boot camp. In Germany,Buddies. He checked in at Camp Lee, Now Petersburg Va.

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Camp Kilmer, Debark Station,NJ,Return to Conus
And two letters of news and updates from 7th Armored Division-1949&47

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Jamestown Expo,1907,Tin Type,Angle
I have not cleaned. yes they still did tintypes 40+ years after 1860 when they changed processes to paper. Mostly in carnival environments. Likely LC Sr. 3.5 x 5, Norfolk



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7, Hold Pat Photo Albums,Pocket Size
Mostly Angle, His family, A Battery WWII, Camp Lee. Are durachrome photos. Military & other. US Coal Fired Ship with bow loading for troops and equip. Old Floyd, camping & fishing. yes there were still coal fired ships in WWII.


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Simpson Postmarks, 1966,72,Changed in 1979
post card printers for typewriters for weekly post cards of specials. One are on the back of Sale Handbill in 1972

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Awesome, 79 Missions, Martin B-26B-20-MA Marauder
Martin B-26B-20-MA Marauder Please view 2 web links for more info. He was decorated, Shot down by Germany. Excellent Photo! 5x7 See web links for info. Capt. Walter Ives, Plane specifications and other. Rare. After being shot down this plane returned...




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2 Packs, 1931 Postcards,DC & Richmond
full & Complete booklets, postmarked 1931




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Graduation Announcement, Clyde Edsel Conner
Check High School 1958, other, photos

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Old Paper,Angle Store,Simpsons
30s to 50s, Few Wartime checks, Bank of Check! Shawsville, Christiansburg Canning Co. Nelson hardware of Roanoke, Sears-ring sizer-paper,30s dog tag receipts

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History, Photo,Ike Poff, 1800s Well known.
Many Descendants of Ike Poff, Floyd, Mattox Mountain area.




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Photos, Men related To Angle Family
Ken Carr, Will Angle,Willie Pugh, Herman King

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Rare-VPI,Tech,Hokie, Photo Card Album,Miles
By the images I see in pics-showing 1933 and 35 Ford and other autos. 30s, 10 images on front and back paper. Post Card Size.

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Family Names I have seen in writing.
Miles,Clowers,Martin,Poff,Simpson,Sisson,Angle,Aldridge,Shanks,King,Jones,Light,Vest,Poff,Pugh,Carr,Hutchinson,others.


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Old Viewer Card, Czars Soldiers, Mukden
1905, Czar Troops helping to defend in Mukden, Manchuria. The Russians lost to the Japanese.

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Couples of the Angle Family
Tayl Angle,Elsie Aldridge,Will Shanks, Aunt Annie,Maud Sisson,Stanley Angle, Lala Angle




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Note-Few following lots will be renumbered.
Auctioneer Mistake. Disregard the numbers shown and go by the lot # in catalog.


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Old Photo Album, JH Miles Family
I believe there was a relation between Jim Miles and Clarence " Sally" Miles- Miles Stadium Blacksburg, 1926-1964, 3 Albumen photos

266
Edinburgh, 1800s, Plated Napkin Rings
not sterling. Very detailed. Original Case



269
1970s, Southern States Catalog, Corn Markers
Full of available Southern States Products from the 70s. The old store was a member of local Southern States Cooperative!

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11" Old Fish Barrel Lid, Salt Fish
I Only got to try this delicacy once- Fish for Breakfast was very popular in the "Country" communities!


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Lighted Wolverine Shoes,Counter Sign
Missing the V but are Lucite and easy to duplicate. needs a bulb







279
Vintage Auto Spark Plug Sockets,Apco Mfg.
T model and Up, universal! Antique Auto Tools


281
Primitive Candle Stand, Fruitwood? Or
25" Tall, 15x15" Top. has repairs and needs tlc but great example of things people made to use. An antique Form also. Hand Crafted

282
Letters,From Clyne,WWII, Home to Family
complete archive of letters, Sent home,WWII, Mr. Angle,from several different APO Addresses, several stamps. Unread but I am sure would be interesting read. Many were cleared through censors!

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Putnam Dies,Finger Jointed Counter Case
with all contents. 9x7x21" Awesome Art. Most die packages are another brand! Monroe Drug Co.












301
Cadillac,Coupe de Ville,1988,Runs great
157, 758 miles. I installed new battery in Floyd and Drove it back. Burgundy. Some sag in headliner. All original one owner. No leaks,no smoke. Smooth and quiet on the rd. Cruise works. New Key cylinder for Ignition. Will need inspection, few dings,g...

302
Double Barrel Shotgun- Belgium 16ga,Nice,!893-1924
Relic in my opinion, From Belgium. , Bringback by Mr. Angle. Great feel, 16ga. working order, fowling piece. Barrels marked-Nitro, Awesome. Finely Engraved. proofed. Fluid Steel and not Damascus. Serial is 47487, ELG in an oval with crown on top. Has...

303
Drilling,Belgium,Is Kettner 9.35 cal. & 16 ga dbl.
E Kettner,Drilling,Belgium! 16 ga Double + 9.3x72 rifle. Serial #4326. Believed he brought back from WWII as the previous firearms. Relic in My Opinion. Highly engraved. Fully functional. Is marked with Krupp Steel,Proofed-See all images. Beautiful ...

304
WWII BRNO VZ24, Battle Rifle w Bayonet
I believe this one he captured in Germany- read web link-chain symbol. Believed 8MM Mauser made for German Troops while occupied? Well used in battle. Includes the bayonet which are not too common. Seems to be in working order. Matching bayonet. All ...

305
Bookcase Secretary,Mahogany, Ball & Claw Feet
Original early American Brasses. 86"T, 33"W,16" from the wall.

306
Desk,Post Office,Late 1890s,Simpsons,Angle Store
The exact same version of this desk is in the Museum of Roanoke,Va, main #Post Office. Is oak with steel pipe stretchers, Excellent and all original. &1" Tall x 36" Wide. Awesome. For sorting local mail. 24163 #History#Postal History,#Locust Grove,#S...

307
Clyne Angle,General Merchandise,Locust Grove,Floyd
Store ledger. A System for keeping track of customer accounts. Contains tickets for many folks who never paid him for their goods. Also a partial record of customers and customer numbers. 26" Tall x 22" Wide x 23" D Believed 1910s-20s. 1903 - 56 for ...

308
Chest,Ladies,Mahogany,Early,Ball & Claw
36 x 23 x 21. Loose veneers, Needs TLC. Does appear the glass pulls are original-2 are missing. Great Storage.

309
Awards and Uniform Accoutrements, Clyne Angle WWII
Memorial to him, Member of 7th armored, Patton's Army. A great assemblage of ribbons,metals,personal effects. We had to un frame to clean glass and re tape a few items. Rare assemblage of #soldier.

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Portraits,Pictures,J.H. Miles,Wife?
31 x 27 & 25 x 29" Early Frames. They were related to the Angle or Waldron Family.


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Angle,Uniforms,Wool,WWII, Eisenhower Jacket
Heavy wool overcoat. light moth bites,7th Armored.

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Sign,metal,Simpsons Post Office, 17x30"
peeling paint. One of a kind. No others ever used inside the store.


315
Angle General Merchandise, Pump, Kerosene, Porch
This is the old pump which was located on the porch at the store.


317
Binoculars,Binolux, 7x50,372 ft. @ 1000 yards
missing one eyepiece cover, w case

318
Rack?Display,Brown Mule Tobacco, 17 cents !
I believe to hold the box or boxes. Cool


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Champagne, Fraudulent Bidder 12 Bottles offered,ea
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time. NO SHIPPING AT ALL

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time. NO SHIPPING

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

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Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.


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Auto Spring & Bearing, Roanoke,Pencil,Tape,other
corn cob handle for a file. Sail Needle




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Photo,Rare,Revenuers,Busting a Cap & Spout,&
Believed in Town of Floyd. ca 191- as shown by the car tag. Likely copper cap! Scarce to find






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Correspondence, Winchester,1924,JH Angle & Son
Credit memo on their account for a return


348
40s Color Postcards, Virginia Subjects
many are posted and mailed by WWII Soldier,Angle to folks back home.

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30 Color Post Cards, Sent Home by,Wartime
Clyne Angle. Various Places he was sent to Around America.




353
Stool,Dining,17"T,Anaias Thomas ?,LocalOne each
This is the second group of these stools. They were around the table in home. 12" Seat,All hand turned and well made and sturdy.






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Book,Service record of Men of Floyd,1896 - WWII
Includes Gold Star-Those who made the supreme sacrifice. Very Interesting record. Includes Masonic Members who attended his Funeral from Floyd Lodge


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Gas Price Signs,2, Outdoors w flaps
24 x 36" Of angle iron and steel mesh

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Stools,Dining, From the table in the home. 5
The second recent set, farm table stools were all around the table in the home. Appear as custom made,Floyd

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Pictorial History, WWII,Shiloh Book-1955 at Park
Old Magazines, 3- The Nation, 1937-38

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Floyd Press, 1986, Floyd Image,other
Klan March edition in 1986

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Letter Sorter,Postal and cubby
Old letter sorter from store PO








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Can,Dutchboy,Linseed Oil
mashed handle,dirty. 38 & 3/4 Pounds

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30# Cardboard Bucket, Wisconsin,Old Store
Cottage Cheese,Chitterlings, or Ice Cream? 13" Dia, x 11"Tall





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Old Postal Ledgers back to 1906
#Postal History,Ledgers from the Simpsons Post office. He had a stand in Lady during the War.

389
Old Paper,Ephemera, 1879 - 1891
Old hand written land lease of 1893, $1 per head of cattle to use land. MT Hall & JT Wilson. Other names in these documents are SL Vest,Iddings,James Spangler,John H. Angle,Hosea Kingrea. Tax tickets also.

















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419
Paper Ephemera,Letters,Bills,Correspondence
All of these lots are related to W. Graham Robinson,Grahams Forge,Wytheville, 1880s to around 1900

420
Paper Ephemera,Letters,Bills,Correspondence
All of these lots are related to W. Graham Robinson,Grahams Forge,Wytheville, 1880s to around 1900

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Paper Ephemera,Letters,Bills,Correspondence
All of these lots are related to W. Graham Robinson,Grahams Forge,Wytheville, 1880s to around 1900

422
Paper Ephemera,Letters,Bills,Correspondence
All of these lots are related to W. Graham Robinson,Grahams Forge,Wytheville, 1880s to around 1900

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NO BID-Following are RR & Town Photos
8x10, of Old RR Stations in Virginia,Early 20th century. Likely Reprints but I believe from Actual Railroad Archival Photos. Ready to frame.







430
RR Station Photo, Salem Va. 1945,J Series Engine
Slight out of focus, because of moving train. Brown & Son








438
HO Trains, Proto 2000, Steam Locomotive and Case
has some few broken joints needing help. Includes case for Display


















456
IHC,Heavyweight Coach,N&W
some descriptions do not match the cars!



















475
Eric Fitzpatrick,22 f 400,LTD. 2004,Fiddle Fest
18 x 24",Signed, Horizontal image.

476
Eric Fitzpatrick, 2004,Signed, 18 x 24"
Vertical and different print, 37 of 400, LTD.

477
Print,Queena Stovall, 1982 16 x 20
From 1963 Painting. Herefords in the Snow

478
Ad,Howard Johnson's,1956, 10 x 14
an original ad for Americas place to eat in days gone by!


480
Old General Store Paper,Bills,Letters,Other
most are 1924,25,few from 1922.The companies he did business with. Lots of reading material. This old store supplied almost all that a family needed to subsist. Many old defunct companies,NY,Lynchburg,Roanoke, C Burg and others arounf the US

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Post Office to Close Simpsons Post office
May 1 1979. Order to close the post office in the store and surrender the 24163 zip code.

482
Cards & Letters, Area and Family Pictures
lots of old paper in this group also. LC Angle,Margaret Sisson,Old post cards,War letters- Clyne to his mother

483
Old Postcards and Postmarks,early 1900s and up
War Post Cards. few bad checks, 1 Cent Check from Sears! Union Book for postal workers- All that is a mess with USPS

484
WWII V-Mail Letters, reduced image letters
These are after German Surrender from Clyne to his Mother!

485
Large Flat of Clyne Photos-mostly
many many photos at many different times during his Service. I believe some were taken in France & Germany. Lots of them

486
Floyd Paper and other,Genealogy Civil War
For miles & Sisson in Civil War- copies. Includes hand written deed from 1890.A letter to Original Store Owner family from 1879, JW Smith, Soldiers French Book. Cool old stuff,#History

487

488
Eric Fitzpatrick, 48/400,Sunday Morning
pencil signed, 1982. 18.5 x 21.5" A church in Salem as the setting I believe! On main St.

489
Eric Fitzpatrick, The Old School,1982,Pencil Sign
I believe the Subject was Academy St. School in Salem? 17 x 21", pencil signed, 49/400, 1982

490
Eric Fitzpatrick, Williams Brown House, 18x23"
Brown House Store, 49/400, 1982











500
Rare,Pop Up Camper,1947 Pontiac
Virginia 1947 Lic. on car. Cool


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13 Photo Post Cards,Mostly Floyd Subjects
One from his war visit in Ark. Lum & Abner









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Auction begins closing 2-23 @ 7 PM
Lots are stagger by 19 seconds, 2 minutes soft close so you cannot be sniped. You must confirm every bid to be immediately recorded.



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Pickup is from 1-6, Friday 2-24 at 2550 Shenandoah
Ave 24017. Bring adequate help for loading. No Alternate days or dates. Gotta all go out today! More coming in on Saturday.

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Clyne Angle Estate, From Floyd, Post office,Store Items

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Contact: Tommy Wagner, Barry Muse
Phone: 540 4003753,8756432
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Roanoke, VA 24017
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Listing Details
A really Fine Auction of two combined estates. Rare collection of Woodworking tools from 1850s in Rockbridge County, Even More rare are select items form Clyne Angle Country Store, "Simpsons" in the 19th century, Now in Check. Even more rare are the remnants of the Former Post Office, Much paper,ephemera, Old scale and machines, Store sign, Old Store ledgers,purchases,paper,ephemera,Train Photos. Some very rare artifacts. A selection of Trains,HO,Accessories,Nice Engine Collector train pieces,old Paper,Historical Floyd Photographs of many well know families. #Eric Fitzpatrick early signed lithos.

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Welcome To Another fine Auction,some Local History
We have the remaining items From Simpson's, In Floyd County. Later became Copper Hill. We are offering . The Late Cline Angle and his late wife operated the Angle store. It had been in existence since about 1858. The Post Office was there and Operate...

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All Bidding is Online. Do not bid if you cannot
Come to pick up your winning items. We are starting to be overrun with items belonging to no shows! . All Gotta go to make room for more.


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AS IS- All Items are offered in AS IS Condition
No Warranties, no guarantees, no other understanding. DO NOT Bid if you do not understand this premise.

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Tax added when invoiced. Invoices emailed as
Soon as possible at the end of the Auction.

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Open House will be on a Saturday, Last Saturday
Before the actual closing date. Feb. 18th, 9-12. Check in as often as you can!

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Shipping, Monday, Under 10 lbs only.
$7.50 per package plus Packaging cost, mailing or shipping and insurance costs. NO Exceptions. We do not ship for free.

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Buyer Premium, 17% For all credit or debit cards *
Is still 12% For cash or check payments. Auctioneer has been losing because of CC processing fees. I no longer can process as the fees they are charging are out of my control. I try to maintain the lowest costs. possible for my great customers. Than...

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NO PICKUP- No Bidding-Not a Shopping Experience
I have recently had to decline several customers. Sorry but if you do not show up your card will be charged. Declined? You are banned from bidding. You are cheating our clients and myself-aside from all the troubles to deal with frauds. If you are no...

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Thanks to some Wonderful Floyd Folks I Met
And who have been great resources for identifying some photos, relating stories, Maybe a few yarns. Very enjoyable. Yes, I have looked through hundreds of paper and photos. Enjoy.





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Early Carpenters Chest, 1850s,Dovetailed
Awesome. Rockbridge County, on casters. 39 x 22 20.Zinc or metal lid over wood.

14
Aluminum Folding Table,Light Weight
When extended is 60 x 24"

15
Plank Style Dining Chairs, 4,Small Size
Good,Need cleaning. no noted defects.

16
Blown Glass Vessels,Broken Pontil,light bulb
For laboratory ? All maybe old light bulb forms but missing metal pieces? Cool



19
Primitive Cupboard/Cabinet, 29 x 51
We have the bottom boards but needs retrofit. Nailed.


21
Corner Medicine Cabinet, 22 x 11 x 17"
Rare corner version. Needs a new mirror. Comes with 2 cut glass shelves for the inside.

22
Planer, Hand with bit! In Box,Porter Cable
And Accessories, Runs, aprox 3" Blade width. Am checking. Blade width 2 1/2"




25

26
Skil,Vintage Super Duty Saw,Box
Runs,Power,Heavy with original box.

27
Router and Bits,Sears/Craftsman,Running
2 routers, running, one in it's box. Assorted Router bits. Not all there according to package.



30
Bayonet,Japan,See Link,15" Blade,WWII?
based on mark could be 1870-1935? You can judge. Wood missing.



33
Vintage Level,Sands, 30 inch
one glass broken on end sight, bubble ok.




37
Nice Vintage Enamel Wares
Most really nice except slop jar! 4 cups,plates,Stewpot,coffee pot.

38
O A Shaler Vintage clamp for ? 1915
is a woodworking device?




42
Ball Jars, early ones,Tight Seal,Putnam Lightning
Yes, Were washed because I like my customers to have clean items as much as we can.

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Old Ball Jars and Others, Milk Glass
white one is not for canning!

44
Vintage Overhead Fixtures,Cast Iron and Frosted
Heavy cast iron ceiling mounts, 3 in all




48
Wine or Store Jar, 19"T x 10" Dia. wood handle
Maybe old Pickle Jar, 5 gallon. Some old bubbles





53
Old Porch Columns, Good Stuff
All for one bid! Garden and decorating columns.


55
Spice Bins, Roanoke Weiner Stand, 23 x 12 x 18.5
Removed in the 90s. These were removed by an older Roanoke Carpenter. They were used to hold their spices for chili. By moving the cups spices would drop into a pot. Well Made, Cool! To hang on a wall! Sausage spices or grain mix? 23 inches tall, bac...

56
Large Appliance Mover
older, does not have stair climber. VGC


58
Trim All Trimmer, Cool, Turns over, cannot keep
2 HP, Briggs, apparatus disengages belt for starting. An Early Edger !


60
Vintage Kitchen Table,Painted,3 chairs
Is Poplar under paint. From the 30s I believe or early 40s.



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Special Clamp, EC Stearns,Syracuse NY
MY guess, A clamp to hold a cabinet board for dovetailing? Opens up with the lever. Well used! Bench mounts.


65
Apple Peeler,May 2,1898,Goodell,Turntable 98
vgc and works fine, Awesome oldie!

66
Corner Clamp,Vintage,Red Devil Stapler
Includes Working fine K Mart 1/4" Drill

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Stanley Plane & Cutters, #50,Box,Adjustable
various cutter blades,accessories,guides !





72


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Wood Plane, Ohio Tool Co. #7,Fruitwood
Auburn Tool Co. NY,Thistle Brand



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Wood Plane, Ohio Tool Co. #133 GAO
2 blades for molding of some type. double blade-7/8"

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Wood Plane, Auburn Tool Co. NY. # 1523
One wooden bolt adjuster stem is separated. For use on tapered leg or other!












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Wood Plane, Sandusky & Co. Ohio, 47
Sandusky Tool, 5/16 Bead





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Stanley Rule & Level, #127, 15 x 2 3/8",1876,
2 1/8" Blade width. Note Liberty Bell with 76 on it- 1876?

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Fox & Washburn, Amherst Mass. 14.5x6
Broken Handle. Cast Steel Blade, 3 1/2"W by W. Greaves & Son







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Crucible Tongs, 45" I believe for metal pouring
Used I believe for metal furnace pour of molten metal- To hold 2 sizes of cups?





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Writing Desk, By Ronk, Roanoke,Woodhaven rd
This one appears cherry,dovetailed drawer. Old one from old home. Label. Bad top only refinish will need to be redone. Norman & Clifton. Solid wood, no veneer.

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Masonry Tools
Edger, grouter



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Metal Detector,Minelab, with accessories,Working
I did buy new batteries and installed. Extremely sensitive. Working fine. Is Excellent technology. As fine as you can get. Previously Is surplus from Local Police agency. uses 8 AA Batteries, Includes all, book, headphones etc. Explorer SE over $1...



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Empire, Oak,Breakdown Wardrobe, 90" Tall,Drawer
with shelf & casters. 90 x 36 x 22"

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Cast Iron Wagon Wheels, 53" Dia. 2 X $$$$
They are a pair and Identical. Nice condition, I see no splits or breaks. Great Find! 2 XXX The Bid

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Assorted Pottery,McCoy & Other Yellow&
maybe Shawnee wall pocket, USA, window box and is a nice group.

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Assorted Cups,Saucers-Tea, 2 bone dishes, dresser
milk glass dresser box. Some Germany



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Germany,Denmark and other Smalls
Murano ash tray. Copenhagen tea dishes, Other




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Johnson Brothers,England,Country Cupboard
1 platter,4 cereal bowls, 5 good 10"Plates, 2 items have a chip, one plate,and small bowl. 3 saucers. Nice large serving bowl & Platter


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Toledo Store Scales, Excellent,Needs a light bulb
You maybe would want to re wire. Scales work fine but bulb is bad. really Nice quality, clean and ready- has back customer view window also! 30s I believe


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Angle Store Telephone, Ca 1901,complete
Was removed from the store. Generator is dated 1894, Earpiece has a date of 1901, All there! Nice oak case, little green paint slop. Western Electric!


133
Occupied Japan, Lamps, George & Martha
one works, the other needs rewiring as it has original wire. Figures are 7" Tall


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Milk Glass Compote, 2 vases
I believe the compote is Fenton, daises pattern

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Forest Warden,Accumulation, 5.5" Tall,mint
2 car tags,Badge,Governor Appointment- When citizens would help instead of another union employee!





141
Smaller Green Punch Bowl, 12 cups,ash tray
Clean, pretty,nice about 4 qt. bowl




145
Angle Store, Stringholder,cast iron,Beehive
5.5"T The tabs for hanging on wall long since broken off!




149

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Angle Store, National Cash Register, 1928/29
The last one ever bought and used. I have not been able to find keys-YOU CANNOT HANDLE BY YOURSELF. BRING A HELPER OR GO TO BACK OF THE LINE PLEASE. Is heavy. cannot get unlocked to try it. Serial S279530 AA # 1856 made. 24 x 16 x 21.Cast Iron and me...



153
Vintage tools & Iron
cast iron tape dispenser-Angle Store, Clover sad iron,cobbler hammer for the home,plumb hammer, Jar opener, other,small oiler

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1940,Framed Diploma, Bent Mtn High,Airpoint
Myrtle Waldron. Soon to be Mrs. Angle, Bent Mountain high school. 1940, and then off to war soon for him. And her to endure!






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Assortment, Soap Dispenser, Refrigerator Pail
Aluminum relish tray & Napkin Holder. Trench art style ash tray.














174
Ink Stands,Ink Bottles, Old Pens,Office
Very Old Japan Pottery Vase, 3"




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Singer J1 Sewing Machine, Running Fine
missing belt and needle. Really Fine Vintage machine, Would be great for bindings, edges, #Quilting#singer




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5 Bennet Brothers Store Goods Reference
2 60s and 3 70s. great for reference and pricing of hundreds of Brand Name consumer goods. Used in The Angle Store. You name it and you find it in these old books.



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Album,Sisson Family,
Sisson Family Photos, Birth notice for VG and his wife. 1918





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Presidential Unit Citation, Framed, 22 x 28" ,1977
Coats of Arms for the Units that made up the 7th Armored Division in WWII. The different Countries they battled in.

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Family Home,LC Angle Sr.? Sisson or Waldron
17 x 13" Floyd County. Early 20th Century!



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Wedgewood and other pottery small dishes
2 vintage gravy boats w flowers







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Vintage Hamilton Beach Mixer,Separator,Running
with bowls and accessories. Not often found with all the stuff!














215
Piano Stool, Mahogany, 18" Tall, 14" Seat
wonderful, ball & Claw. glass balls, nice




219
Early Kitchen Chairs, Oak & Twine,paint
pink one has carpet cover, Unsure of twin underneath! Before they used 3 slats in the back.





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Confederate Note for Loan, 1864,Rare,Scarce
Is real, original,not a copy, Is not a reproduction or copy. . Noted by the ink of signature bleed to the reverse. Could not be reproduced without being a smear. One Thousand dollar loan to finance. Note the Rare seal of the Confederacy. Coupons for ...


226
Wallace Sterling, Nut Tray, or mints. 2,52 Ozt.
All bids reset. is 2.52 troy ounces. My mistake!

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Stock Certificate,Chas Smith 1916,Locust Grove
includes receipt where one was redeemed in 1979. issue was 1 Share, $5


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Pistol,Relic,Norwich Arms, .32, from 1872
Unfirable. Missing firing pin, damaged grip. Frame OK No Serial #

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Photo,Angle Store, Late 30s, Note cars
Was a Conoco Oil Station at the time

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Roanoke Livestock market/auction
$6 commission in 1942, Weight and sale bill from 1947. Was in Roanoke. Joe Stewart owned this when I was a child in 50s & 60s

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"Saga of CCA", 7th Armored news written as prose
unit newspaper. Patton's Army, 17th Tank Battalion Record of battles and movements.

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Cline Angle, War & Other Photos, clip, 30s and 40s
Before boot camp. In Germany,Buddies. He checked in at Camp Lee, Now Petersburg Va.

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Camp Kilmer, Debark Station,NJ,Return to Conus
And two letters of news and updates from 7th Armored Division-1949&47

236
Jamestown Expo,1907,Tin Type,Angle
I have not cleaned. yes they still did tintypes 40+ years after 1860 when they changed processes to paper. Mostly in carnival environments. Likely LC Sr. 3.5 x 5, Norfolk



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7, Hold Pat Photo Albums,Pocket Size
Mostly Angle, His family, A Battery WWII, Camp Lee. Are durachrome photos. Military & other. US Coal Fired Ship with bow loading for troops and equip. Old Floyd, camping & fishing. yes there were still coal fired ships in WWII.


241
Simpson Postmarks, 1966,72,Changed in 1979
post card printers for typewriters for weekly post cards of specials. One are on the back of Sale Handbill in 1972

242
Awesome, 79 Missions, Martin B-26B-20-MA Marauder
Martin B-26B-20-MA Marauder Please view 2 web links for more info. He was decorated, Shot down by Germany. Excellent Photo! 5x7 See web links for info. Capt. Walter Ives, Plane specifications and other. Rare. After being shot down this plane returned...




246
2 Packs, 1931 Postcards,DC & Richmond
full & Complete booklets, postmarked 1931




250
Graduation Announcement, Clyde Edsel Conner
Check High School 1958, other, photos

251
Old Paper,Angle Store,Simpsons
30s to 50s, Few Wartime checks, Bank of Check! Shawsville, Christiansburg Canning Co. Nelson hardware of Roanoke, Sears-ring sizer-paper,30s dog tag receipts

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History, Photo,Ike Poff, 1800s Well known.
Many Descendants of Ike Poff, Floyd, Mattox Mountain area.




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Photos, Men related To Angle Family
Ken Carr, Will Angle,Willie Pugh, Herman King

257
Rare-VPI,Tech,Hokie, Photo Card Album,Miles
By the images I see in pics-showing 1933 and 35 Ford and other autos. 30s, 10 images on front and back paper. Post Card Size.

257
Family Names I have seen in writing.
Miles,Clowers,Martin,Poff,Simpson,Sisson,Angle,Aldridge,Shanks,King,Jones,Light,Vest,Poff,Pugh,Carr,Hutchinson,others.


259
Old Viewer Card, Czars Soldiers, Mukden
1905, Czar Troops helping to defend in Mukden, Manchuria. The Russians lost to the Japanese.

260
Couples of the Angle Family
Tayl Angle,Elsie Aldridge,Will Shanks, Aunt Annie,Maud Sisson,Stanley Angle, Lala Angle




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Note-Few following lots will be renumbered.
Auctioneer Mistake. Disregard the numbers shown and go by the lot # in catalog.


265
Old Photo Album, JH Miles Family
I believe there was a relation between Jim Miles and Clarence " Sally" Miles- Miles Stadium Blacksburg, 1926-1964, 3 Albumen photos

266
Edinburgh, 1800s, Plated Napkin Rings
not sterling. Very detailed. Original Case



269
1970s, Southern States Catalog, Corn Markers
Full of available Southern States Products from the 70s. The old store was a member of local Southern States Cooperative!

270
11" Old Fish Barrel Lid, Salt Fish
I Only got to try this delicacy once- Fish for Breakfast was very popular in the "Country" communities!


272
Lighted Wolverine Shoes,Counter Sign
Missing the V but are Lucite and easy to duplicate. needs a bulb







279
Vintage Auto Spark Plug Sockets,Apco Mfg.
T model and Up, universal! Antique Auto Tools


281
Primitive Candle Stand, Fruitwood? Or
25" Tall, 15x15" Top. has repairs and needs tlc but great example of things people made to use. An antique Form also. Hand Crafted

282
Letters,From Clyne,WWII, Home to Family
complete archive of letters, Sent home,WWII, Mr. Angle,from several different APO Addresses, several stamps. Unread but I am sure would be interesting read. Many were cleared through censors!

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289
Putnam Dies,Finger Jointed Counter Case
with all contents. 9x7x21" Awesome Art. Most die packages are another brand! Monroe Drug Co.












301
Cadillac,Coupe de Ville,1988,Runs great
157, 758 miles. I installed new battery in Floyd and Drove it back. Burgundy. Some sag in headliner. All original one owner. No leaks,no smoke. Smooth and quiet on the rd. Cruise works. New Key cylinder for Ignition. Will need inspection, few dings,g...

302
Double Barrel Shotgun- Belgium 16ga,Nice,!893-1924
Relic in my opinion, From Belgium. , Bringback by Mr. Angle. Great feel, 16ga. working order, fowling piece. Barrels marked-Nitro, Awesome. Finely Engraved. proofed. Fluid Steel and not Damascus. Serial is 47487, ELG in an oval with crown on top. Has...

303
Drilling,Belgium,Is Kettner 9.35 cal. & 16 ga dbl.
E Kettner,Drilling,Belgium! 16 ga Double + 9.3x72 rifle. Serial #4326. Believed he brought back from WWII as the previous firearms. Relic in My Opinion. Highly engraved. Fully functional. Is marked with Krupp Steel,Proofed-See all images. Beautiful ...

304
WWII BRNO VZ24, Battle Rifle w Bayonet
I believe this one he captured in Germany- read web link-chain symbol. Believed 8MM Mauser made for German Troops while occupied? Well used in battle. Includes the bayonet which are not too common. Seems to be in working order. Matching bayonet. All ...

305
Bookcase Secretary,Mahogany, Ball & Claw Feet
Original early American Brasses. 86"T, 33"W,16" from the wall.

306
Desk,Post Office,Late 1890s,Simpsons,Angle Store
The exact same version of this desk is in the Museum of Roanoke,Va, main #Post Office. Is oak with steel pipe stretchers, Excellent and all original. &1" Tall x 36" Wide. Awesome. For sorting local mail. 24163 #History#Postal History,#Locust Grove,#S...

307
Clyne Angle,General Merchandise,Locust Grove,Floyd
Store ledger. A System for keeping track of customer accounts. Contains tickets for many folks who never paid him for their goods. Also a partial record of customers and customer numbers. 26" Tall x 22" Wide x 23" D Believed 1910s-20s. 1903 - 56 for ...

308
Chest,Ladies,Mahogany,Early,Ball & Claw
36 x 23 x 21. Loose veneers, Needs TLC. Does appear the glass pulls are original-2 are missing. Great Storage.

309
Awards and Uniform Accoutrements, Clyne Angle WWII
Memorial to him, Member of 7th armored, Patton's Army. A great assemblage of ribbons,metals,personal effects. We had to un frame to clean glass and re tape a few items. Rare assemblage of #soldier.

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Portraits,Pictures,J.H. Miles,Wife?
31 x 27 & 25 x 29" Early Frames. They were related to the Angle or Waldron Family.


312
Angle,Uniforms,Wool,WWII, Eisenhower Jacket
Heavy wool overcoat. light moth bites,7th Armored.

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Sign,metal,Simpsons Post Office, 17x30"
peeling paint. One of a kind. No others ever used inside the store.


315
Angle General Merchandise, Pump, Kerosene, Porch
This is the old pump which was located on the porch at the store.


317
Binoculars,Binolux, 7x50,372 ft. @ 1000 yards
missing one eyepiece cover, w case

318
Rack?Display,Brown Mule Tobacco, 17 cents !
I believe to hold the box or boxes. Cool


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Champagne, Fraudulent Bidder 12 Bottles offered,ea
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time. NO SHIPPING AT ALL

324
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time. NO SHIPPING

325
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

326
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

327
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

328
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

329
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

330
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

331
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

332
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

333
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

334
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.

335
Champagne Cuvee', Dom Perignon, 1995 - 1 bottle
Fraud Bidder on 3 lots from Morris Estate. 12 Bottles available by 1 bottle at a time.


337
Auto Spring & Bearing, Roanoke,Pencil,Tape,other
corn cob handle for a file. Sail Needle




341
Photo,Rare,Revenuers,Busting a Cap & Spout,&
Believed in Town of Floyd. ca 191- as shown by the car tag. Likely copper cap! Scarce to find






346
Correspondence, Winchester,1924,JH Angle & Son
Credit memo on their account for a return


348
40s Color Postcards, Virginia Subjects
many are posted and mailed by WWII Soldier,Angle to folks back home.

349
30 Color Post Cards, Sent Home by,Wartime
Clyne Angle. Various Places he was sent to Around America.




353
Stool,Dining,17"T,Anaias Thomas ?,LocalOne each
This is the second group of these stools. They were around the table in home. 12" Seat,All hand turned and well made and sturdy.






360
Book,Service record of Men of Floyd,1896 - WWII
Includes Gold Star-Those who made the supreme sacrifice. Very Interesting record. Includes Masonic Members who attended his Funeral from Floyd Lodge


362
Gas Price Signs,2, Outdoors w flaps
24 x 36" Of angle iron and steel mesh

359
Stools,Dining, From the table in the home. 5
The second recent set, farm table stools were all around the table in the home. Appear as custom made,Floyd

363

364
Pictorial History, WWII,Shiloh Book-1955 at Park
Old Magazines, 3- The Nation, 1937-38

365
Floyd Press, 1986, Floyd Image,other
Klan March edition in 1986

366
Letter Sorter,Postal and cubby
Old letter sorter from store PO








374
Can,Dutchboy,Linseed Oil
mashed handle,dirty. 38 & 3/4 Pounds

375
30# Cardboard Bucket, Wisconsin,Old Store
Cottage Cheese,Chitterlings, or Ice Cream? 13" Dia, x 11"Tall





380








388
Old Postal Ledgers back to 1906
#Postal History,Ledgers from the Simpsons Post office. He had a stand in Lady during the War.

389
Old Paper,Ephemera, 1879 - 1891
Old hand written land lease of 1893, $1 per head of cattle to use land. MT Hall & JT Wilson. Other names in these documents are SL Vest,Iddings,James Spangler,John H. Angle,Hosea Kingrea. Tax tickets also.

















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419
Paper Ephemera,Letters,Bills,Correspondence
All of these lots are related to W. Graham Robinson,Grahams Forge,Wytheville, 1880s to around 1900

420
Paper Ephemera,Letters,Bills,Correspondence
All of these lots are related to W. Graham Robinson,Grahams Forge,Wytheville, 1880s to around 1900

421
Paper Ephemera,Letters,Bills,Correspondence
All of these lots are related to W. Graham Robinson,Grahams Forge,Wytheville, 1880s to around 1900

422
Paper Ephemera,Letters,Bills,Correspondence
All of these lots are related to W. Graham Robinson,Grahams Forge,Wytheville, 1880s to around 1900

423

423
NO BID-Following are RR & Town Photos
8x10, of Old RR Stations in Virginia,Early 20th century. Likely Reprints but I believe from Actual Railroad Archival Photos. Ready to frame.







430
RR Station Photo, Salem Va. 1945,J Series Engine
Slight out of focus, because of moving train. Brown & Son








438
HO Trains, Proto 2000, Steam Locomotive and Case
has some few broken joints needing help. Includes case for Display


















456
IHC,Heavyweight Coach,N&W
some descriptions do not match the cars!



















475
Eric Fitzpatrick,22 f 400,LTD. 2004,Fiddle Fest
18 x 24",Signed, Horizontal image.

476
Eric Fitzpatrick, 2004,Signed, 18 x 24"
Vertical and different print, 37 of 400, LTD.

477
Print,Queena Stovall, 1982 16 x 20
From 1963 Painting. Herefords in the Snow

478
Ad,Howard Johnson's,1956, 10 x 14
an original ad for Americas place to eat in days gone by!


480
Old General Store Paper,Bills,Letters,Other
most are 1924,25,few from 1922.The companies he did business with. Lots of reading material. This old store supplied almost all that a family needed to subsist. Many old defunct companies,NY,Lynchburg,Roanoke, C Burg and others arounf the US

481
Post Office to Close Simpsons Post office
May 1 1979. Order to close the post office in the store and surrender the 24163 zip code.

482
Cards & Letters, Area and Family Pictures
lots of old paper in this group also. LC Angle,Margaret Sisson,Old post cards,War letters- Clyne to his mother

483
Old Postcards and Postmarks,early 1900s and up
War Post Cards. few bad checks, 1 Cent Check from Sears! Union Book for postal workers- All that is a mess with USPS

484
WWII V-Mail Letters, reduced image letters
These are after German Surrender from Clyne to his Mother!

485
Large Flat of Clyne Photos-mostly
many many photos at many different times during his Service. I believe some were taken in France & Germany. Lots of them

486
Floyd Paper and other,Genealogy Civil War
For miles & Sisson in Civil War- copies. Includes hand written deed from 1890.A letter to Original Store Owner family from 1879, JW Smith, Soldiers French Book. Cool old stuff,#History

487

488
Eric Fitzpatrick, 48/400,Sunday Morning
pencil signed, 1982. 18.5 x 21.5" A church in Salem as the setting I believe! On main St.

489
Eric Fitzpatrick, The Old School,1982,Pencil Sign
I believe the Subject was Academy St. School in Salem? 17 x 21", pencil signed, 49/400, 1982

490
Eric Fitzpatrick, Williams Brown House, 18x23"
Brown House Store, 49/400, 1982











500
Rare,Pop Up Camper,1947 Pontiac
Virginia 1947 Lic. on car. Cool


502
13 Photo Post Cards,Mostly Floyd Subjects
One from his war visit in Ark. Lum & Abner









511
Auction begins closing 2-23 @ 7 PM
Lots are stagger by 19 seconds, 2 minutes soft close so you cannot be sniped. You must confirm every bid to be immediately recorded.



514
Pickup is from 1-6, Friday 2-24 at 2550 Shenandoah
Ave 24017. Bring adequate help for loading. No Alternate days or dates. Gotta all go out today! More coming in on Saturday.

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