Auction - Antiques, Collectibles, Hunting, Fishing, etc.
Listing ID#: 111348

Sale Location

Barto, PA 19504
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Saturday Apr 1, 2017 Completed
Sale Type
 Live Auction 
Company Information
Kimberly K. Hemingway, Auctioneer

Contact: Kim Hemingway
Phone: 215-416-8837
Email: kkhauctioneer@gmail.com
Website: www.kkhemingwayauctioneer.com

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Listing Terms and Conditions
TERMS: 10% Buyer's Premium, 13% with credit card; 6% PA Sales Tax; All will be sold AS-IS. Cash, check or credit cards accepted. Payment due day of Auction
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Listing Information

PUBLIC AUCTION 

 

ESTATE AUCTION: ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, PRIMITIVES, FURNITURE also incl. FIREARMS, HUNTING, FISHING, TRAPPING collectibles, etc. 

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2017, Barto, PA

Time: 9:00am - preview 7:00am

Location: “Treasure Barn” at Jakes Flea Market, 1380 Rte. 100, Barto, PA 19504 

Selling for The Estate of Elmer Heintz of Sumneytown, PA ,

 The Estate of Frank W. Bullington of Pottstown, et. al.

 

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Campanelli print and other prints and paintings; Stoneware & crocks; Tin ware; Crates; Early scales; Corn mold; Scoops; Early sled; Buck saw; Early rake; Early lighting; Glass minnow bottle; Graniteware including coffee pot; Coffee mill; Watts ware; Sponge ware; Yellow ware; Butter churn; Acme water cooler; Wooden goose; Terrariums with metal frames; Fireplace tools;Tin rooster; NIB house wares incl. Nuwave cookware; Hall’s kitchen set; Wooden farm pullies; Oversized slaw board; Wall sconces; Various stemware sets; Dinnerware set; NIB Russell Right pottery dinner service in avocado green; Barometer; Camera equipment; Country craft incl. many birdhouses, many wall stars, wooden flag, and other country décor; Early castor set with bell; Blue Mason/Ball jars; Cream bottles in crate; Gone with the Wind book (1939); Vogue picture record; Vintage Regency II speaker; Flute; MAD magazines; Rabbit candy container; LLadro figurine; Decorative molding;  Early weather vanes and parts; lightning rods; Advertising tins; Well pump and trough; Early bird baths; Assortment of iron brackets; Early hardware; Garden ornaments; Wooden advertising boxes; Meat rack and hooks; Barn hardware; leaded glass; Stagecoach doors; Stoneware; Dovetailed boxes; Arrowheads; Iron hangers; Snow birds; Windmill; Soda fountain straw holder; Milk bottles; Agate pots; Work shop contents: Tools & tool boxes; Garage equipment and tools; Car ramps; air compressor; pressure washer; power snake; Plum bobs; Many postcards; wood hair receiver with Swastika; tin trinkets incl. owl whistle; souvenir spoons incl. sterling; early ruler; etc.; hand decorated base drum cover; binoculars; vintage cameras; leather belts and leather working tools; “Heirloom Plate” flatware set; local Boyertown & New Hanover twp books; many Michter’s figural decanters;  blue Mason & Ball jars; sleds; and more. 

 

JEWELRY: Pocket watches incl. Elgin w/14K hunt case; Elgin w/coin case; Hampden w/coin case; Howard w/gf hunt case; Lady’s Elgin w/sterling case; men’s & lady’s wrist watches;  14K Man’s ring with black onyx and diamond; Silver Squash Blossom necklace with turquoise; costume jewelry; carved cigarette holder; crystals; buttons; and more. 

 

FURNITURE: Ridgway chime clock; Westminster wall clock; Cane seat bent wood rocker; Curio cabinet; Baker’s racks; Wine rack; Wooden jack  made into table; Weathered white country cupboard; Wheat thrashing coffee table; Dark painted country hutch; Dry sink; Wash stand; Dark green country multi-drawer cabinet; Primitive tiered plant stand; Leaded glass hanging cabinet; Figural clock; Like new white Frigidaire upright freezer; Assortment early lumber; Raised panel doors and barn doors from Heintz estate; Push cart frame; Reproduction furniture to include: 4 light corner cupboard; blind door step back cupboard; Small apothecary chest; Ornate wood plant stand; Hanging shelf with doors; and more. 

 

HUNTING, FISHING, TRAPPING:  Many items from the Heintz Estate; Fish finder; Grumman 13’ canoe; Coleman lantern; Assorted fishing nets and rods (bamboo and fiberglass); Old shells and advertising shell boxes; Anchors; Assortment of early traps both wood and iron; BB and pellet guns; Minnow buckets; Reels, Lures; Powder horns and flasks; Hunting and Fishing books; Decoys; Early gun cleaners; Knives; Mole trap; Prints and paintings; American pigeon club papers; Hide stretchers; Tackle boxes; beg traps and Drags; Set of fish decorated plates; Woolrich pants; and more. 

 

FIREARMS:  20 gauge double barrel child’s or ladies shot gun- relief carved between barrel with checkered stock- 40” (total length) “Quail Gun”  with “Belgium laminated steel barrel;   “Damascus Torch” double barrel (40” total length) child’s shotgun, mussel loader percussion with stag relief carving on stock (stock cracked);   Remington Model 29, 12 gauge pump;   “Ithica” 16 gauge model 37 pump; US Springfield Trapdoor; Spring field barrel; US Brideburg 1861; Harpers Ferry 1816; C Parker double barrel 12 gauge; Baker double barrel 10 gauge; Savage 22; Cap gun; Muzzle loader pistol (repro); Ranger 20 G.; PA Regiment Enlistment & Discharge papers 1861-1864, company 76 Third Regiment Infantry; and more. 

 

*Firearms will be available for preview on the morning of auction 

FIREARMS SOLD AT 9:30 am 

 

AUCTIONEERS NOTE

This will be a wonderful collection of old and later items from two local estates and others. Join us for the opening day of the season at Jake’s Flea Market! 

 

TERMS:

All items sold AS IS; 10% BP; 6% PA Sales Tax; Cash, Check & Credit Card accepted. 

 

Auction conducted by:

 

Kimberly Hemingway, Auctioneer; PA License #AU-003359-L

215-416-8837; kkhauctioneer@gmail.com; www.kkhemingwayauctioneer.com

 

 

 

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Auction - Antiques, Collectibles, Hunting, Fishing, etc.

Kimberly K. Hemingway, Auctioneer

Kimberly K. Hemingway, Auctioneer


Contact: Kim Hemingway
Phone: 215-416-8837
Sale Location
"Treasure Barn" @ Jake's Flea Market 1380 Rte. 100
Barto, PA 19504
Sale Dates and Times
Saturday Apr 1, 2017 Completed
Sale Terms and Conditions
TERMS: 10% Buyer's Premium, 13% with credit card; 6% PA Sales Tax; All will be sold AS-IS. Cash, check or credit cards accepted. Payment due day of Auction
Listing Details

PUBLIC AUCTION 

 

ESTATE AUCTION: ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, PRIMITIVES, FURNITURE also incl. FIREARMS, HUNTING, FISHING, TRAPPING collectibles, etc. 

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2017, Barto, PA

Time: 9:00am - preview 7:00am

Location: “Treasure Barn” at Jakes Flea Market, 1380 Rte. 100, Barto, PA 19504 

Selling for The Estate of Elmer Heintz of Sumneytown, PA ,

 The Estate of Frank W. Bullington of Pottstown, et. al.

 

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Campanelli print and other prints and paintings; Stoneware & crocks; Tin ware; Crates; Early scales; Corn mold; Scoops; Early sled; Buck saw; Early rake; Early lighting; Glass minnow bottle; Graniteware including coffee pot; Coffee mill; Watts ware; Sponge ware; Yellow ware; Butter churn; Acme water cooler; Wooden goose; Terrariums with metal frames; Fireplace tools;Tin rooster; NIB house wares incl. Nuwave cookware; Hall’s kitchen set; Wooden farm pullies; Oversized slaw board; Wall sconces; Various stemware sets; Dinnerware set; NIB Russell Right pottery dinner service in avocado green; Barometer; Camera equipment; Country craft incl. many birdhouses, many wall stars, wooden flag, and other country décor; Early castor set with bell; Blue Mason/Ball jars; Cream bottles in crate; Gone with the Wind book (1939); Vogue picture record; Vintage Regency II speaker; Flute; MAD magazines; Rabbit candy container; LLadro figurine; Decorative molding;  Early weather vanes and parts; lightning rods; Advertising tins; Well pump and trough; Early bird baths; Assortment of iron brackets; Early hardware; Garden ornaments; Wooden advertising boxes; Meat rack and hooks; Barn hardware; leaded glass; Stagecoach doors; Stoneware; Dovetailed boxes; Arrowheads; Iron hangers; Snow birds; Windmill; Soda fountain straw holder; Milk bottles; Agate pots; Work shop contents: Tools & tool boxes; Garage equipment and tools; Car ramps; air compressor; pressure washer; power snake; Plum bobs; Many postcards; wood hair receiver with Swastika; tin trinkets incl. owl whistle; souvenir spoons incl. sterling; early ruler; etc.; hand decorated base drum cover; binoculars; vintage cameras; leather belts and leather working tools; “Heirloom Plate” flatware set; local Boyertown & New Hanover twp books; many Michter’s figural decanters;  blue Mason & Ball jars; sleds; and more. 

 

JEWELRY: Pocket watches incl. Elgin w/14K hunt case; Elgin w/coin case; Hampden w/coin case; Howard w/gf hunt case; Lady’s Elgin w/sterling case; men’s & lady’s wrist watches;  14K Man’s ring with black onyx and diamond; Silver Squash Blossom necklace with turquoise; costume jewelry; carved cigarette holder; crystals; buttons; and more. 

 

FURNITURE: Ridgway chime clock; Westminster wall clock; Cane seat bent wood rocker; Curio cabinet; Baker’s racks; Wine rack; Wooden jack  made into table; Weathered white country cupboard; Wheat thrashing coffee table; Dark painted country hutch; Dry sink; Wash stand; Dark green country multi-drawer cabinet; Primitive tiered plant stand; Leaded glass hanging cabinet; Figural clock; Like new white Frigidaire upright freezer; Assortment early lumber; Raised panel doors and barn doors from Heintz estate; Push cart frame; Reproduction furniture to include: 4 light corner cupboard; blind door step back cupboard; Small apothecary chest; Ornate wood plant stand; Hanging shelf with doors; and more. 

 

HUNTING, FISHING, TRAPPING:  Many items from the Heintz Estate; Fish finder; Grumman 13’ canoe; Coleman lantern; Assorted fishing nets and rods (bamboo and fiberglass); Old shells and advertising shell boxes; Anchors; Assortment of early traps both wood and iron; BB and pellet guns; Minnow buckets; Reels, Lures; Powder horns and flasks; Hunting and Fishing books; Decoys; Early gun cleaners; Knives; Mole trap; Prints and paintings; American pigeon club papers; Hide stretchers; Tackle boxes; beg traps and Drags; Set of fish decorated plates; Woolrich pants; and more. 

 

FIREARMS:  20 gauge double barrel child’s or ladies shot gun- relief carved between barrel with checkered stock- 40” (total length) “Quail Gun”  with “Belgium laminated steel barrel;   “Damascus Torch” double barrel (40” total length) child’s shotgun, mussel loader percussion with stag relief carving on stock (stock cracked);   Remington Model 29, 12 gauge pump;   “Ithica” 16 gauge model 37 pump; US Springfield Trapdoor; Spring field barrel; US Brideburg 1861; Harpers Ferry 1816; C Parker double barrel 12 gauge; Baker double barrel 10 gauge; Savage 22; Cap gun; Muzzle loader pistol (repro); Ranger 20 G.; PA Regiment Enlistment & Discharge papers 1861-1864, company 76 Third Regiment Infantry; and more. 

 

*Firearms will be available for preview on the morning of auction 

FIREARMS SOLD AT 9:30 am 

 

AUCTIONEERS NOTE

This will be a wonderful collection of old and later items from two local estates and others. Join us for the opening day of the season at Jake’s Flea Market! 

 

TERMS:

All items sold AS IS; 10% BP; 6% PA Sales Tax; Cash, Check & Credit Card accepted. 

 

Auction conducted by:

 

Kimberly Hemingway, Auctioneer; PA License #AU-003359-L

215-416-8837; kkhauctioneer@gmail.com; www.kkhemingwayauctioneer.com

 

 

 

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