4000+ Lots Multi-Estate Public Auction!
Listing ID#: 236742

Sale Location

Edison, NJ 08837
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Thursday Apr 18, 2019 Completed
Sale Type
 Live Auction 
Company Information
Bodnar's Auction Sales

Contact: Joseph Bodnar
Phone: 866-349-7378
Email: joebodnar@bodnarsauction.com
Website: www.bodnarsauction.com

EstateSale.com ID#: 8940
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Listing Terms and Conditions
Payment: Payment must be made in full during or at the conclusion of the sale. We take cash or approved check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, and American Express. Absentee bidders may pay by PayPal. A 15% Buyers Premium will be added to the final bid price to all lots sold. A 7% New Jersey Sales tax will be charged unless you have completed an appropriate re-sale form (NJ residents a ST-3 form and Nonresidents a ST-3 NR. This form must be completed and signed by the owner of the company and you must be in the antiques and re-sell business. We have the right to decline your Sales tax number if you don’t produce the appropriate information. We have the right to hold you merchandise until a check clears. A check can be written only if you fill out the appropriate credit card information on your registration form. We also reserve the right to request a cash deposit on any buyer. If you walk out without paying your bill on auction day, a 5% late fee will be added to your final bill. If the open invoice is then not paid with-in 10 days a 10% fee will be added the final bill and it will be handed over to the local authorities as theft by deception and it will be handed over to a collective agency. All collection fees will be charged to the buyer. At the fall of the hammer you are in a binding contract with the seller and obligated to complete the transaction. Regardless of completion of the contract the auction house is entitled to the buyer’s premium. Registration Requirements: You must have some form of ID to register to bid at our auction. Required form of ID is a valid driver’s license, passport, residence photo ID, and a major credit card. We will not take a check for payment without a credit card number we hold in a secure file. If you do not have a credit card on file you will be cash or credit card payment only policy. We will not take starter bank checks as payment. Without a credit card we will ask for a cash deposit. Conditions of Items Sold: All items and lots are sold as-is, where-is, you the buyer know it to be with no refunds, no returns and no exchanges. Purchasers should take advantage of inspection opportunities to satisfy any questions they might have as to the condition, age, repairs, etc. of any item being offered. All sales are final. We guarantee all precious metals for 48 hours. We handle many estate items and personal property thus we sell antiques, collectibles, new and old item as well as reproductions, It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to make their own judgment how old an item is that is not in a catalog setting. Claims: No Claims will be allowed once you leave the auction facilities. If you have an issue with something you bid on you must bring it to the attention of the office and we will do our best to achieve an appropriate outcome. Please remember we are a public auction and not a retail establishment. In an auction setting all sales are final. Returned Checks: If a check is returned for NSF you will be notified immediately. A $35.00 fee will be charged and you credit card on file will be charged for the amount owed and the fee. If your credit card is declined or you don’t make good on the check within (3) days a 10% handling fee will be charged in addition to the bounced check fee and it will be handed over to the Edison Police department. Delivery and taking procession of items sold: At the fall of the hammer the buyers becomes the owner of the said property. Just because you haven’t paid for you items doesn’t mean it’s not your. It is the buyer’s sole responsibility to secure the items or lots they buy. If an item is stolen at the auction we will do the best we can to help you recover the items however it is your responsibility to watch and secure your items. We will not refund you any amount of money for an item stolen or miss-placed. There are surveillance cameras posted all around the facilities and we will gladly review them on your behalf. The sale is also audio taped for security purposes. All items must be removed the day of sale at buyer’s expense. Any item left behind becomes property of auction house and is not responsible for lost or damaged items. Items to be picked up at our storage facilities will be charged no less than a $25.00 fee. Delivery is available, please talk with auction staff or office for details. Bidding at the auction indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions of the sale. In the event of a refund for any reason, we will refund the purchase price only, excluding the buyers premium. Absentee and phone bids are accepted, a 20% buyer’s premium on the first $500.00 will be charged and then the normal buyer’s premium will be in effect. We do all we can to execute absentee bids however we will not be responsible if an absentee bid was missed or not executed to its fullest. If you are the high bidder you will be notified within 2 weeks of the sale and the item can be picked up at our next auction of shipped at the buyer’s expense. After (60) days we are not responsible for items left in our storage. Disputes: In the event of a bid coming in at the fall of the hammer, the auctioneer may re-open the lot however it is the sole discretion of the auctioneer to do so. In the event of a dispute on your bill, you will pay the bill in full and the auction will be audited with-in 2 weeks. At that time we will either notify you of the outcome or send you a refund check. Pooling or working together as buyers to reduce the selling price is a Federal crime. It is a violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act. This practice will not be tolerated at our auction and violators will be reported to the FBI. In the event of an underpayment or overpayment, we will make the adjustment on the credit card on file.
Listing Information

April 18, 2019: 4000+ Lots Multi-Estate Public Auction

3-Ring Auction Most of the Day!


Sale Day doors open 9:00am

at the New Jersey Convention & Expo Center

97 Sunfield Ave., Edison, NJ


 Box-lot/Table Lot Sale begins at 11:00am

Toys from All Generations begin at 11:05am

US Gold & Silver Coin Collection 11:30am

History of War Spanning 75 Years 12:30pm

Crafting Collection 2:30pm

Main Auction of Glassware, Antiques, and Smalls 3:30pm

Costume Jewelry Sale 3:30pm

Clothing 5:00pm

Furniture Begins at 5:00pm

Fine Jewelry in Main Sale 5:30pm

Sterling Silver 6:00pm



From several Hoarder Estate Collections, We Will be Featuring:


Selection of Quality Antiques!

19th Century New England Antiques!

Lifetime Collection of Phonographs!

Collection of Civil War Items!

Collection of World War II German Items!

US Coin Collection!

Huge Selection of Quality Costume Jewelry!

Huge Selection of Crafting Items, 2 Full Rooms Full!

Quality New Appliances!

Brand New John Deer Tractor Lawn Mower with 3 Hours!

Collection of Comics & Antique Toys!

Collection of Unique Autographs & First Edition Books!

Something for Everyone!





Please Check Back the Day Before the Sale for Updated Photos




Many Items Are Still Packed Away in Boxes and Will Be Unearthed the Day Before the Sale!










Offered at NO RESERVE!

Buy, Sell, Consign! Get in The Action!




Furniture: Please note furniture will begin at 5:00pm mixed into our main sale. We will be selling over 100+ Lots of quality furniture spanning the past 150 years including; Nice selection of antique furniture including a Philadelphia 2-piece bookcase fall front desk, 19th Century New England Federal dresser, nice 19th Century tall chest with back-splash, Victorian server, nice Asian hand-carved tall spice cabinet, nice selection of paint-decorated Depression Era furniture, selection of quality 1940’s mahogany furniture, large selection of outdoor furniture and outdoor accessories, quality 5-tube grandfather clock, mahogany bookcase, Victorian spindle server, nice walnut Victorian table opens to 12 foot dining room table, oak bookcases, nice mahogany dining room furniture, oak Larkin desk, nice oak Hoosier cabinet, Empire vanity, nice pair of matched 1920’s dental cabinets plus accessories pieces for a dentist’s office, new rattan 10-piece outdoor patio set, nice propane grill, snow blowers, nice outdoor iron bistro sets, Iron bench, nice selection of outdoor décor,  plus much more!


We will be selling new floor model appliances that needed to be moved out of the showroom to make room for new inventory all guaranteed in running order! Including Snow Joe 2-stage 80-volt electric snow blower, Weber Summit grill, Thermador range hood, Dacor range hood, Viking stainless steel hood, Miele super burner, Miele gas cooktop 4-burner stainless steel, DCS warming drawer, Viking warming drawer, Kitchen Aid warming drawer, Miele stainless steel convection oven, Miele Nespresso coffee system, Dacor warming over, Sharp 1200W microwave, Whirlpool refrigerator, Electrolux dishwasher, 24" Double Door Wine Cellar with 5 Wooden Shelves & 120 Bottle Capacity, Manual Defrost 5 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer, 26 cu. ft. French Door with Filtered Ice Maker, Plus more! Over $30,000.00 in retail priced new appliances to be sold with NO RESERVES! All are guaranteed to sell regardless of price!


John Deer Tractor lawn mower D155 oversized with trailer, only 3 hours of use, one cutting with accessories, being sold due to divorce at no reserve!


Highlights: We will be selling a single owner estate collection of Victrola’s and related items. Also, from this estate comes a nice Civil War collection. Victrola’s to include many cylinder table top models with horns including Victor II model 7989A, Columbia phonograph, Edison phonograph model 318341, Edison cylinder player model 284052, Edison cylinder player model H217548, Edison cylinder player model 591628, Edison Gem cylinder player model G151820, Edison cylinder player, upright phonograph “Standard”, several upright phonographs, disc music box, collection of external paint-decorated horns, nice selection of cylinder rolls, collection of 78 records, selection of phonograph advertising, plug in coin operated Edison Kinetoscope movie viewer, plus many other phonograph related items! Other highlights from this estate collection, selection of clocks, Knights of Columbus hat, selection of musical instruments including a nice bugle, horn, selection of early books, collection of dental tools, Johnson & Johnsons first aid cabinet, mini Barbara poll, dentist chair with dentist equipment, selection of scales, cast-iron butler, selection of advertising wall hangings and signs including Lucky advertising sign, boxing posters, Are We Open sign, 19h century top hat, Barnyard Banjo Minstrel, Howdy Doody puppet show, selection of viewers, cameras, selection of fireman collectibles, magic lantern, nice selection of movie lobby cards & posters, military test bomb plus other military items, plus much more from this estate!




Smalls, Glassware and Items of Interest:  


Highlights to include selection of quality giftware by Lenox, Lenox dinnerware, Lenox Christmas items, Royal Albert, Ansley, English porcelain, Waterford, Baccarat, Steuben, Swarovski with boxes, quality cut-to-clear glassware, Val St. Lambert, Villeroy & Brock, Orrefors, stemware, Carnival glass, Victorian cranberry glass, Victorian satin glass, and Ruby glassware, pair of ruby cut-to-clear lusters, collection of Cobalt glassware, Peach-blown glass, Boehm birds,  nice collection of Art Glass perfumes, plus much more on quality glassware! Collection of fairies & Nymphs, selection of Butterfly dinnerware, Franklin Mint canister set, Franklin Mint mold set,  collection of Nutcrackers and hand-carved Vikings, large collection of vintage Christmas, selection of Americana, nice selection of Asian porcelain, Selection of figurines including Lladro figurines, Nao, Royal Dux figurine, Royal Doulton, and Bisque, European porcelain, quality porcelain figurines, Hummel, Royal Doulton figurines & toby mugs, plus other collectibles, nice selection of Art Pottery including Roseville, McCoy, Arts & Crafts style pottery, collection of quality steins, Modern pottery, Weller, 1950’s Art Pottery, collection of Haines pottery pieces, selection of Asian metal ware, bronze decorative items, nice collection of Modern cast bronzes nudes, Russian style bronzes, selection of quality clocks, vintage books, elegant lighting, decorative lighting, table lamps and chandeliers, Victorian oil lamps, French table lamps, bronze wall sconces, selection of silver-plate, large estate collection of sterling silver including sterling silver flatware set, sterling tableware, S. Kirk & Son sterling bowl, Tiffany & Co sterling silver, nice Tiffany & Kirk & Son sterling flatware serving pieces, Paul Reeve Sterling bowls plus other quality sterling silver, collection of 1920’s miniature bisque dolls, huge selection of country primitives, collection of roosters, nice 19th century quilts & coverlets, early sleigh bells, collection of Longaberger baskets,  plus much more!


Over 150 pieces of quality art including 19th & 20th century artwork, prints, lithographs, oils on canvas, oils on boards, watercolors, collection of engravings, nice 19th European oil on canvas, selection of Fashion prints,


Unique items to include Neil Armstrong signed photo, Yankees signed photo, Fighting Tigers pilots signed, collection of Hemingway items including signed Hemingway canceled check, Hemingway rare 1st edition book A Farewell to Arms, Hemingway 1st edition book For Whom the Bell Tolls, plus other Hemingway items, signed John Glenn envelope, plus other quality signatures!



Jewelry, Clothing, Military, US Coins, Stamps, and all the crafting items will have a separate auction ring. Huge collection of over 200+ lots of crafting items from a single owner estate collection! This collection contains bins & bins of rubber stamps, art supplies, crafting supplies, jewelry making items, card making items, stickers, drafting items, stationary, Sizzix, Cricut Expression machine with many accessories, drawing related items and tons on storage bins to keep it all organized! Jewelry sale will include designer bags, Coach bags, mink coats, designer coats, men’s and woman’s accessories, textiles and linens some 14K & 18K estate jewelry, huge selection of nice estate costume jewelry, Estate Victorian jewelry, 15+ lots of fine 14K AIG certified jewelry, silver jewelry, plus more!


Coins – Morgan silver dollars, silver peace dollars, early Indian head pennies, silver half dollars – Franklin and JFK, Over (190) 1 troy oz silver bars, (50+) 1 troy oz silver coins, silver rupees, early Indian coins, 2 gold Indian head quarter eagles, selection of rare coins, gold India rare coin, nice selection of graded coins, silver dimes and nickels, coin sets, ancient coins, bronze commemoratives and tons and tons of silver commemorative coins. Nice collection with over 100+ lots!


We also have a large collection of military and historical items. Included is a 17th century Kulah Khud helmet, a Connecticut Military uniform – civil war or possible just after, an Emerson and Silver Trenton, NJ cavalry sword, a Horstmann & Son cavalry sword and a C Roby & Co cavalry sword. A framed engraving of Ulysses Grant with a signed document included in the frame, early shackles, many powder horns including an early carved wood one, bayonets, an 1848 copy of the Grave of Washington, civil war letters, civil war leathers, a field officers desk, a 19th c Order of the Garter fire bucket, as well as a 19th c Knights of Columbus hat. There are many, many early military and police buttons, continental currency, GAR photos, ribbons and badges, bullets, tin types, a civil war era telescope, as well as dozens of police badges, WWII medals, early ephemera,  Revolutionary War pay slips, an Abraham Lincoln “Martyr to Liberty” medallion and a 1788 dated 1 cent Massachusetts Evans copy. Large collection of World War II German medals & pins, Service medals, helmets, US pilots compass, US military rings, Nazi belt buckles, early press badge, nice Atlantic City police badge, Sargant of Patterson, NJ badge, New England police badges, nice Fireman badges, selection of quality knives, collection of lighters, Zippo lighters, over 150 lots will be offered!


Toys & Dolls from All Generations!


Estate Collection of Comics to include: Star Wars comics, Walt Disney comics, Sunday comic strips, Buck Rogers, Li Abner, selection of 12 cent comics, Justice League, Shazam, Dick Tracey, Classics Illustrated, nice selection of Hard Cover comics, True Detective magazines, nice selection of early sports programs and magazines, nice collection of Big Little books, Horror comics, Sci-Fi comics, underground comics, Worlds Fair comics, Silver Streak, Batman, Superman, Weird Science comics, Ibis comics, re-prints and copies of rare comics plus much more!


Antique toys to include: vintage Charley McCarthy dolls, nice collection of miniature dolls, porcelain dolls, German bisque dolls, bisque jointed miniature dolls, German & Japanese bisque dolls, nice tin trains, tin train station, selection of German tin wind-ups, Schuco key wind cars, German composition jointed animals, Steiff animals, carved Noah’s Ark, plus other antique toys!


Other toys to include selection of comic related toys, Sci-Fi related toys, Hot Wheels, Matchbox, pressed Steel trucks, board games, collection of model kits, pop cultural items, collection of Hess trucks, collection of Cd’s and DVD’s, collection of dolls including nice set of Jackie Kennedy dolls and of its with boxes, large collection of 1980’s Wizard of Oz dolls, nice collection of movie & TV show dolls including Pee Wee Herman, Beetlejuice, nice selection of Disney dolls, box Barbie dolls, plus much more!








We are a one stop 3-ring auction house selling 4000+ lots an auction from $5.00 general household to $100,000+ fine Antiques. Located only 5 minutes from the Outerbridge Crossing and 40 minutes from New York City we are the best-kept secret in the industry! 90% of all items offered are from local estates and collections and as always offered with no reserves. Now is the time to take the trip, seeing is believing. Sale begins at 11:00am and the last item sells at 1:00am! Hope to see you at the sale!



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