Ida Taylor Talbot County Estate Sale 2
Listing ID#: 266310

Sale Location
29730 Bolingbroke Point Drive
Trappe, MD 21673
Sale Dates and Times
Bidding Starts: Monday Sep 2
Bidding Ends: Tuesday Sep 24
Sale Type
 Online Auction  VIEW ONLINE CATALOG
Company Information
Eastern Shore Auctions, Inc.

Contact: Willie Benton
Phone: 443-235-5717
Email: benton88@msn.com
Website: easternshoreauctions.com

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Listing Information
ON LINE ONLY AUCTION*****ON LINE ONLY AUCTION***** INTERNET ONLY AUCTION: September 2, 2019 through September 24, 2019. Bidding ends on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 starting at 5 PM. PREVIEW DATE/TIME: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 from 5 PM to 7 PM. CHECKOUT DATE/TIME: Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 9 AM to12 PM. No exceptions. LOCATION: 29730 Bolingbroke Point Drive Trappe, MD 21673 Eastern Shore Auctions, Inc. is honored to have a second on-line only auction for the Estate of Ida Taylor of Trappe, Maryland. This auction will feature Sterling silver, stoneware crocks, glassware, old bottles, Dazey butter churns, and other collectibles. Enjoy the photos but keep checking back as additional lots are still being added.










10
Chestnut Farms cream top quart milk bottle Chevy
Chase Dairy Washington, D.C. and a Java Farms Annapolis pint milk bottle



13
Red slag glass pitcher with scene of a row boat,
a house and a windmill 6 3/4" tall



16
L.E. Smith & Son? Moon & Stars red kerosene lamp
that has been electrified 20 1/2" tall not including chimney






22
Antique green and tan stoneware mixing bowl 9"
(small hairline age crack in glaze on bottom)




26
Lot of Promo Cars including '64 Thunderbird &
'65 Galaxy 500, a '61 Mercury Monterey model and Hubley '60 Ford scale model station wagon




30
8 Fostoria dinner plates, 2 salad plates, 9 bread
plates covered butter dish, divided dish, vegetable tray, salt & pepper and toothpick holder



33
Homestead Dairy Farm Salisbury MD quart milk
bottle and a City Dairy Salisbury MD quart milk bottle


35
Sealtest Dairy Products Supplee 150th Anniversary
1804 - 1954 half pint milk bottle


37
Fostoria sandwich/dessert plate with center
handle 12" and a flared vase 5" tall

38
Stoneware Crock marked 5 with a wooden lid (Lid
was on with duck tape so some tape is visible)

39
The Triaca Co Wholesale Dealers Wines & Liquors
Baltimore MD whiskey jug (line in photos is not a crack)

40
Turn of the Century Buffalo Lithia Water Natures
Materia Medica antique glass bottle 10" tall






46
Antique Enterprise No 4 scale by Jacobs Brothers
with 1949 seal tag from city of Baltimore










56
Fenton scalloped top compote candy dish
handpainted and signed by S. Meunier

57
Old Christmas decorations including ornaments,
Santa marked Japan 49, Santa lights, Heavenly Noel Angels candleholders (NIB) and Angel candy-cane sleigh set

58
Imperial Glass Co vase with gold trim 6 1/4" tall
and a Lenox Acanthus leaf porcelain candy dish 9" long marked 95-86





63
Bristol glass vases with fluted tops and glass
prisms (one has mold mark near top does not appear to be a crack)





68
McCoy made in USA planter 8" tall, small
cranberry hobnail vase and a pink swirled glass

69
Gold colored glass rooster 9" tall and a clear
rooster with green and red 8 1/4" tall

70
3 glass Nuttle Lumber Company ashtrays, 1 glass
W. Newton Jackson Agency ashtray and a Baysinger Mobile Homes tin ashtray

71
Cut glass vase 12" tall (small chip on lip),
butterfly candy dish, 2 footed candy dishes and a 6" vase


73
I. Ulman & Sons Dealers in Wines and Liquors 810
Light Street Baltimore, MD stoneware whiskey jug


75
Souvenir glass pitcher "To Anna from Louther
Niagara Falls July 3, 1904" 6 3/4" tall

76
5 pieces Souvenir glass including Dundaff, PA,
Philadelphia, PA, Tunkhannock, PA, Asbury Park 1892 and Gettysburg 1863

77
3 pieces souvenir glass including Atlantic City
1902, Anna Costello 1908, and Atlantic City 1898

78
Lot of 3 Planters Peanut jars one is 75th
Anniversary and 2 are marked 1980

79
Antique butter churn with Dairy Supplies label
and 8 on the glass marked SCC on bottom

80
2 pieces Shannon Crystal by Godinger including
dish and lidded candy dish and a Crystal Clear lidded candy dish with a star on the lid

81
Lot of green glass including Depression sugar
dish, refrigerator dish, cups and saucers and salt & pepper, a green nappy and candy dish





86
Antique wooden bucket with 3 metal bands and
wooden handles 12 1/2" diameter

87
Antique copper bucket with bail handle 11 1/2"
diameter (small crack near top)



90
Amberina lot including small Fenton ruffled top
vase, Daisy & Button shoes and vase, crackle glass pitcher and a bird




94
Lot of yardsticks including Beck Chevrolet Sales
phone 103, West Denton Furniture Outlet, Countryside Plants N Gift Shop, L.W. Gunby and more

95
Lot of yardsticks including A.W. Perdue & Son,
Pilchard Brothers Allis Chalmers Farm Machinery, V.V. Hughes & Sons and more




99
Lot of 5 antique sad irons one marked with an
anchor and 7, one marked 6, and 3 others


101
3 milk bottles including Diamond State Dairies
Dover Del pint, and 2 Holly Brook Del pint




105
Antique green stoneware mixing bowl 10 3/4"
diameter (hole in glaze in bottom)

106

107
Antique tan stoneware mixing bowl marked 8 IN USA
on bottom and a yellow mixing bowl with age cracks


109
Liberty Blue teapot with lid The Minute Men
Staffordshire made in England

110
Liberty Blue lot including sugar with lid Betsy
Ross Staffordshire made in England (chip on lip inside) and Paul Revere creamer

111
Liberty Blue 12" platter and 8" underplate The
Governor's House Williamsburg Staffordshire made in England

112
Liberty Blue bowl 8 1/2" Fraunces Tavern
Staffordshire made in England and Lafayette Landing at West Point covered butter dish and gravy

113

114
Liberty Blue set including 57 pcs 8 of everyhting
except cups Independence Hall, Washington Leaving Christ Church, Monticello, Betsy Ross, Mt Vernon, Old North Church

115





120
C.S. Bell & Co Hillsboro Ohio cast iron farm bell
with yoke bell marked with a 4 and a L yoke marked No 4 Upright 1886 approx 20" diameter

121
Antique large cast iron hog pot or cauldron 26"
diameter with hanging bracket or handle

122
Antique large cast iron hog pot or cauldron
marked Baltimore 15 gallon ? 19" diameter at opening but 22" wide at widest with hanging bracket or handle

















139
Stained glass window panels two are 17 3/4" X 48"
(one is cracked) one 17 1/4" X 46 1/2"




143
Wooden trunk painted tan/gray marked M. Lueus
Clarkville, Indiana 35 1/4" X 19 1/2" (Has Germany sticker on it)

144
2 antique dresser mirrors, foot stool and a
wooden box 44" X 11 1/2" (possibly window planter)




148
7 chairs including 3 ladder back chairs, 1 plank
bottom chair, 2 T back cane bottom chairs and a spindle back chair



151
6 Burrells Eye maple cane bottom spindle back
chairs circa mid 1800's (1 in process of having cane re-done)








159
Homemade blanket stitched quilt with names and
dates of 1921 & 1954 on it full size bed

160
Homemade blanket stitched quilt with names and
dates of 1921 & 1954 on it full size bed














174
12 Landers, Frary & Clark Aetna Works Mother of
Pearl handled place or luncheon knives with Sterling silver ferrules


176
Sterling silver lot including G.A. Disque Bon Bon
spoon, cake fork, sugar tongs, 3 spoons (1 is Cincinnati) most pieces inscribed 6.67 Troy ozs

177
Sterling silver lot including 6 demitasse spoons,
7 spoons and 9 butter knives inscribed 13.51 Troy ozs in wooden case



180
Silver lot of collectible/souvenir spoons marked
800, 925, Mexico most are enameled 4.26 Troy ozts

181
Furniture lot including cane bottom chair and
rocker, plank bottom black chair, bed frame, end table, old telephone stand and more


183
Antique nesting tables, cane bottom stool/stand,
Octogan plant stand and a magazine rack

184
J.S. Ivin's & Sons wooden box with contents and
an old wooden box with handles and contents including Christmas tree stand


186
Chicago Packing & Provision Co Birch Lea Lard
antique wooden box and contents (horse/ox farm ) and hanes made into a shelf

187
Magazine stand with beads, 2 wooden printing
trays and a Lake County Diamond orange case



190
Box lot of Avon steins including Christopher
Columbus, Tribute to Rescue Workers, Stars Wars and a lot more




194
Stoneware pottery crock pickling jar with lid 11"
tall (lid has chip and the gray is duct tape on sides)







201
Contents of 13 tins of various size nails and 7
drawers of work cabinet (Not the cabinet)

202
Tennsco two door metal storage cabinet 36" X 79"
and a 3 drawer metal file cabinet



205
Contents of shelving unit including grease gun,
trimmers, jack, vacuum & pressure tester, folding chairs and more

206
Lot including Baja Beach folding chair, 2
additional folding chairs, Sheppards hook, milk crates, extension cord, plastic buckets and more

207



210
Lot including part of a fire hydrant, shelving
unit and contents, 2 storage tubs, flower pots, sprayers, waterers, tarp and more

211
Lot including levels, mole trap, vise, oil cans,
ceiling fan light, electrical parts, parts cabinet, advertising rulers and more





216

217
2 wooden saw horses and a lot of yard tools
including hoes, shovels, spades, pitch fork, auger, hand crank post hole digger and more


219
Dunlap wheelbarrow and contents including crow
bar, sickle, folding shovel, saw, machete and more









228
Suncast multi-purpose cart with contents, Lil
Brute tackle box, Gopher reaching tool, Chilton oil drum, jumper cables and more


230
Bob White Baking Powder The Seagull Specialty Co
Baltimore, MD wooden box 12" X 17" X 5 1/4"


232
Antique padlocks including Reese, Jaeger,
Peerless, Fraim Six Lever, some keys, handles and more



235
Dickens Village Series "Boarding & Lodging
School", Knottinghill Church", "Hather Harness" and "Hembleton Pewterer"

236
Lot of enamelware including 2 pots with lid,
strainer, coffee pots, bowls and more

















253
2 Antique whiskey jugs ( 1 cracked along the
bottom) and a bottomtray to a biddie waterer

254
2 galvanized trash cans, aluminum portable
clothes line, chicken feeder, tree trimmer, ax and landscaping flags

255
Yard tool lot including spades, saws, rakes, hoe
and a wooden box containing wedges





260
Tool lot including hammers, ball peen hammers,
snips, drill bits, sad iron and more






266
Tool lot including Ridgid pipe wrench and others,
saws, Stanley Handyman hand drill and more

267

268
Lot of tools hanging on wall including saws, bolt
cutters, T squares, hatchets, chalk line and more


270
Lot of power tools including Skil circular saw,
B&D sander, Millers Falls jig saw and a Craftsman sander

271
2 Tool boxes with contents including hammer, ball
peen hammer, wooden mallet and more

272
Lot including tarps, old writing pen tips,
Precision measuring instruments, sliding rule, 12 Type TW wire, nails, tool box with contents and more

273
Tool lot including screwdrivers, pliers, ball
peen hammer, saws, B & D drill, string and more



276
Lot including old hand drills, drill bits, files,
funnel, saw blades, masonry tile blades, nails, brushes and more

277
Lot including open and box end wrenches (mostly
S&K, one Snap On & others), hand drill, hose heads, wooden rules, vise grips, Sir Walter Raleigh can, manuals and more

278

279
Heisey 5 gal glass water bottle marked on bottom
1925 108 (mold crack near spout)




283
Swan paperweight, clear standing rooster and a
gold and clear long tailed rooster

284
Titan Art Glass "Golden Canary" set of 3 signed
W. Ward 1989 largest is 2 1/2" tall 3 1/2" long

285
Titan Art Glass "Cardinal of Virtue" set of 3
signed W. Ward 1989 largest is 3" tall 3 1/2" long

286
Lefton green goldfish paperweight, Titan Art
Glass Klassy Kitty signed W. Ward, glass squirrel, and a green dachshund





291
Westmoreland resting duck on nest (small nick on
bottom) and Westmoreland hen on nest

292
Heisey bird on a nest and a purple headed hen on
a nest (couple small nicks on nest)

293
Lot of yellow glassware including crackle glass
creamer, Daisy and Button candy dish, small handled basket and more

294
Ball Perfect Mason jars including 2 marked (8), 1
(10) and (2) Safety Wide Mouth Mason Salem Glass Works jars (1 possibly crack or defect in glass) all with lids


296
Book lot including The Forests of Maryland by
Besley December 1916, Loblolly Pine by Wahlenberg, Wye Oak by Preston and the Big Tree Champions of Maryland 1973

297
L.T. Ward & Bro Wildfowl Counterfeiters signed To
Bob from Lem Ward with poem Always Remember "Happiness is not having what you want but wanting what you have" Lem

298
Book lot Marylands Colonial Eastern Shore,
Chesapeake Bay a Pictorial Maritime History and Chesapeake Bay Notes and Sketches




302
2 cast iron fry pans and a griddle marked 8
smallest pan marked 3B larger pan marked 5

303
Cast iron fry pan marked 8 on front and 10 1/2"
Chicken Fryer on back with a P on the handle


305
Miller Flounders Chester PA cream top quart milk
bottle, Hill Cirt Farm Chads Ford PA quart and Cooklyn Milk Co Philadelphia half pint

306
Koontz Salisbury & Baltimore quart milk bottle, 2
Homestead Dairy Salisbury quart bottles (different logos)

307
2 Homestead Dairy Salisbury MD quart milk bottles
and an Aristocrat Baltimore MD quart



310
2 bird figurines made in Czeckoslovakia 5 1/2"
tall and a figurine of 2 pink birds


312
2 cast iron kettles one marked 7 and one marked 8
(has couple small holes in bottom)


314

315
Lantern lot including Paulls Leader Large No.2
Fount lantern, Dietz side lift, Dietz No. 2 and a smaller Dietz with a cracked globe

316
Vintage Kent Glass coffee pot with creamer and
sugar, decanter with lid and scoop




320
Daisy & Button blue glass kerosene lamp,
Degenhart Glass bird on a nest, and a bird candle holder

321
Daisy & Button fruit bowl, Daisy & Button handled
candy dish and a Bouquet Holder patented Dec 1886 (cracked)


323
Pink Depression candy dish with lid, divided
dish, handled serving bowl, dessert dishes, handled nappy and more



326
Ronson King lighter, 13 Prince Albert Crimp Cut
tobacco tins and 5 Velvet tobacco tins


328
2 tan antique stoneware bowls with pink and blue
stripes one is 6 1/4" diameter and other 5 1/2" small bowl marked USA


330
2 Watt Ovenware dishes one has stripes and one
has flower design both marked Watt USA 6

331
2 tan antique stoneware bowls with about 6"
diameter one marked Ovenware made in USA 6

332
Antique brown stoneware bowl marked USA 7 IN and
an antique green stoneware bowl marked 6






338
Cast iron toy mortar from Fort Lee Virginia, cast
iron parrot 5 1/2" tall and a horse

339
2 antique trinket boxes larger one marked 16 and
other one marked 86 and a vanity brush

340
Antique trinket box marked 1004, musical trinket
box and a trinket box with flower on top (damage to base)

341
2 box lots of Thanksgiving decorations and
turkeys and a string of Santa lights

342
Lot of chickens and roosters including some salt
and peppers and a gold hen on a nest


344

345
Bottle lot including amber Anheuser Busch Brewing
Ass'n Baltimore Branch, Geo Gunther Jr Brg Co, Pluto Water, Tru Me, amber measuring bottle and more

346
Lot of Cats Meows including MSP Barrack E,
Salisbury Fire Dept, Arthur Perdue Stadium, Holloway Hall, Country House, Bethesda United Methodist Church and more





351
Pyrex bowl with blue dots, Fire King including
baking dishes, dessert bowls, serving bowl, lidded dish and more

352
Westmoreland pitcher and ruffled candy dish,
glass hat, condiment set, candy dishes and more

353
Lot of Cats Meows from Denton and Upper Shore
area including Caroline High School, Denton VFC, Riverside Hotel, Town of Denton and more

354
Decanter lot including 1970 Baltimore Colts
decanter We're No 1 Baltimore, American Legion 50th Anniversary, pink bubble glass decanter and more

355
Old jar lot including green Mason C176 jar,
Safety Mason, Ball Ideal jar, Ball Perfect Mason and Presto Supreme Mason

356
Box lot of old jars including Ball, Atlas,
Mellins Food, Banner and more


358
Lot of bottle openers including Coke Cola,
National Beer, Pabst, Jimorys, Pepsi and more




362
Lot of amberina glass including Moon & Stars
candy dish & globlets, bird and ruby red candy dish

363

364
Basket lot including one large gathering basket,
4 small baskets and 3 whisk brooms

365
Lot of pocket watches including Elgin, Hamilton,
A.W. Company, Segasti Copenhagen and desk clock

366
Large piece of Souvenier from Bailey Island,
Maine and Kings Crown candy dish

367
Lot of small crocks including Easton 2 3/4 "
tall, Marydel 2 3/4" tall & others and 3 Williamsburg Pottery candle holders

368
Small purple vase 5 1/2 " tall, Pottery leaf vase
marked 102, cookie jar, duck made in Italy and Imperial pottery planter



371
Trash can, desk lamp, stuffed animals, salad
shooter, food chopper, ice skates and more

372
2 Box lot of dolls including Ragedy Anne & Andy,
Hallmark ornament, Strawberry short cake, collectible porcelain dolls and more

373
Box lots including wooden stationary set, small
metal jewelry boxes, Sundae glasses, milk glass fruit bowls, glasses, coke glasses and more

374
2 box lots including Ball Mason jar , Banner jar,
davis baking powder, small glass jugs, Ujol and more

375
2 Galvanized buckets, Penn reel, Land of Lakes
cookie kit, agate wash basin, cast iron bucket with contents and more

376
Box lots including glasses, figurines, mustache
cup, china, towels, candle holders, oil lamps and more

377
Box lots including baskets, china, Christmas
items, pot & pans, Igloo car cooler, books and more

378
Box lots including Easter decorations, wooden
boxes, Indian blanket, grilling set, Smokey the bear, Ty bears, linens and more

379
Lot including Fall decorations, Rubbermaid trash
cans, tomato cages, folding chairs and more

380
Lot including box fan, metal boxes, glasses,
linens, bread maker and more does not include door and screens

381
2 Pet carriers, vintage hats, chair cushions,
cannisters, Garfield cups, globes, radio and more

382
Christmas lot including Christmas tree, candy
canes, santa figurine, porcelain houses, bears, lights, ornaments, Fitz & Floyd and more


384

385
Old jars including Mason, Atlas, Ball Ideal,
canning jars, wood stakes and wire


387
Lot including travers rods, pots & pans,
badmitten set, snack sets, radios, rackets and more

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Contact: Willie Benton
Phone: 443-235-5717
Sale Location
29730 Bolingbroke Point Drive
Trappe, MD 21673
Sale Dates and Times
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Listing Details
ON LINE ONLY AUCTION*****ON LINE ONLY AUCTION***** INTERNET ONLY AUCTION: September 2, 2019 through September 24, 2019. Bidding ends on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 starting at 5 PM. PREVIEW DATE/TIME: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 from 5 PM to 7 PM. CHECKOUT DATE/TIME: Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 9 AM to12 PM. No exceptions. LOCATION: 29730 Bolingbroke Point Drive Trappe, MD 21673 Eastern Shore Auctions, Inc. is honored to have a second on-line only auction for the Estate of Ida Taylor of Trappe, Maryland. This auction will feature Sterling silver, stoneware crocks, glassware, old bottles, Dazey butter churns, and other collectibles. Enjoy the photos but keep checking back as additional lots are still being added.










10
Chestnut Farms cream top quart milk bottle Chevy
Chase Dairy Washington, D.C. and a Java Farms Annapolis pint milk bottle



13
Red slag glass pitcher with scene of a row boat,
a house and a windmill 6 3/4" tall



16
L.E. Smith & Son? Moon & Stars red kerosene lamp
that has been electrified 20 1/2" tall not including chimney






22
Antique green and tan stoneware mixing bowl 9"
(small hairline age crack in glaze on bottom)




26
Lot of Promo Cars including '64 Thunderbird &
'65 Galaxy 500, a '61 Mercury Monterey model and Hubley '60 Ford scale model station wagon




30
8 Fostoria dinner plates, 2 salad plates, 9 bread
plates covered butter dish, divided dish, vegetable tray, salt & pepper and toothpick holder



33
Homestead Dairy Farm Salisbury MD quart milk
bottle and a City Dairy Salisbury MD quart milk bottle


35
Sealtest Dairy Products Supplee 150th Anniversary
1804 - 1954 half pint milk bottle


37
Fostoria sandwich/dessert plate with center
handle 12" and a flared vase 5" tall

38
Stoneware Crock marked 5 with a wooden lid (Lid
was on with duck tape so some tape is visible)

39
The Triaca Co Wholesale Dealers Wines & Liquors
Baltimore MD whiskey jug (line in photos is not a crack)

40
Turn of the Century Buffalo Lithia Water Natures
Materia Medica antique glass bottle 10" tall






46
Antique Enterprise No 4 scale by Jacobs Brothers
with 1949 seal tag from city of Baltimore










56
Fenton scalloped top compote candy dish
handpainted and signed by S. Meunier

57
Old Christmas decorations including ornaments,
Santa marked Japan 49, Santa lights, Heavenly Noel Angels candleholders (NIB) and Angel candy-cane sleigh set

58
Imperial Glass Co vase with gold trim 6 1/4" tall
and a Lenox Acanthus leaf porcelain candy dish 9" long marked 95-86





63
Bristol glass vases with fluted tops and glass
prisms (one has mold mark near top does not appear to be a crack)





68
McCoy made in USA planter 8" tall, small
cranberry hobnail vase and a pink swirled glass

69
Gold colored glass rooster 9" tall and a clear
rooster with green and red 8 1/4" tall

70
3 glass Nuttle Lumber Company ashtrays, 1 glass
W. Newton Jackson Agency ashtray and a Baysinger Mobile Homes tin ashtray

71
Cut glass vase 12" tall (small chip on lip),
butterfly candy dish, 2 footed candy dishes and a 6" vase


73
I. Ulman & Sons Dealers in Wines and Liquors 810
Light Street Baltimore, MD stoneware whiskey jug


75
Souvenir glass pitcher "To Anna from Louther
Niagara Falls July 3, 1904" 6 3/4" tall

76
5 pieces Souvenir glass including Dundaff, PA,
Philadelphia, PA, Tunkhannock, PA, Asbury Park 1892 and Gettysburg 1863

77
3 pieces souvenir glass including Atlantic City
1902, Anna Costello 1908, and Atlantic City 1898

78
Lot of 3 Planters Peanut jars one is 75th
Anniversary and 2 are marked 1980

79
Antique butter churn with Dairy Supplies label
and 8 on the glass marked SCC on bottom

80
2 pieces Shannon Crystal by Godinger including
dish and lidded candy dish and a Crystal Clear lidded candy dish with a star on the lid

81
Lot of green glass including Depression sugar
dish, refrigerator dish, cups and saucers and salt & pepper, a green nappy and candy dish





86
Antique wooden bucket with 3 metal bands and
wooden handles 12 1/2" diameter

87
Antique copper bucket with bail handle 11 1/2"
diameter (small crack near top)



90
Amberina lot including small Fenton ruffled top
vase, Daisy & Button shoes and vase, crackle glass pitcher and a bird




94
Lot of yardsticks including Beck Chevrolet Sales
phone 103, West Denton Furniture Outlet, Countryside Plants N Gift Shop, L.W. Gunby and more

95
Lot of yardsticks including A.W. Perdue & Son,
Pilchard Brothers Allis Chalmers Farm Machinery, V.V. Hughes & Sons and more




99
Lot of 5 antique sad irons one marked with an
anchor and 7, one marked 6, and 3 others


101
3 milk bottles including Diamond State Dairies
Dover Del pint, and 2 Holly Brook Del pint




105
Antique green stoneware mixing bowl 10 3/4"
diameter (hole in glaze in bottom)

106

107
Antique tan stoneware mixing bowl marked 8 IN USA
on bottom and a yellow mixing bowl with age cracks


109
Liberty Blue teapot with lid The Minute Men
Staffordshire made in England

110
Liberty Blue lot including sugar with lid Betsy
Ross Staffordshire made in England (chip on lip inside) and Paul Revere creamer

111
Liberty Blue 12" platter and 8" underplate The
Governor's House Williamsburg Staffordshire made in England

112
Liberty Blue bowl 8 1/2" Fraunces Tavern
Staffordshire made in England and Lafayette Landing at West Point covered butter dish and gravy

113

114
Liberty Blue set including 57 pcs 8 of everyhting
except cups Independence Hall, Washington Leaving Christ Church, Monticello, Betsy Ross, Mt Vernon, Old North Church

115





120
C.S. Bell & Co Hillsboro Ohio cast iron farm bell
with yoke bell marked with a 4 and a L yoke marked No 4 Upright 1886 approx 20" diameter

121
Antique large cast iron hog pot or cauldron 26"
diameter with hanging bracket or handle

122
Antique large cast iron hog pot or cauldron
marked Baltimore 15 gallon ? 19" diameter at opening but 22" wide at widest with hanging bracket or handle

















139
Stained glass window panels two are 17 3/4" X 48"
(one is cracked) one 17 1/4" X 46 1/2"




143
Wooden trunk painted tan/gray marked M. Lueus
Clarkville, Indiana 35 1/4" X 19 1/2" (Has Germany sticker on it)

144
2 antique dresser mirrors, foot stool and a
wooden box 44" X 11 1/2" (possibly window planter)




148
7 chairs including 3 ladder back chairs, 1 plank
bottom chair, 2 T back cane bottom chairs and a spindle back chair



151
6 Burrells Eye maple cane bottom spindle back
chairs circa mid 1800's (1 in process of having cane re-done)








159
Homemade blanket stitched quilt with names and
dates of 1921 & 1954 on it full size bed

160
Homemade blanket stitched quilt with names and
dates of 1921 & 1954 on it full size bed














174
12 Landers, Frary & Clark Aetna Works Mother of
Pearl handled place or luncheon knives with Sterling silver ferrules


176
Sterling silver lot including G.A. Disque Bon Bon
spoon, cake fork, sugar tongs, 3 spoons (1 is Cincinnati) most pieces inscribed 6.67 Troy ozs

177
Sterling silver lot including 6 demitasse spoons,
7 spoons and 9 butter knives inscribed 13.51 Troy ozs in wooden case



180
Silver lot of collectible/souvenir spoons marked
800, 925, Mexico most are enameled 4.26 Troy ozts

181
Furniture lot including cane bottom chair and
rocker, plank bottom black chair, bed frame, end table, old telephone stand and more


183
Antique nesting tables, cane bottom stool/stand,
Octogan plant stand and a magazine rack

184
J.S. Ivin's & Sons wooden box with contents and
an old wooden box with handles and contents including Christmas tree stand


186
Chicago Packing & Provision Co Birch Lea Lard
antique wooden box and contents (horse/ox farm ) and hanes made into a shelf

187
Magazine stand with beads, 2 wooden printing
trays and a Lake County Diamond orange case



190
Box lot of Avon steins including Christopher
Columbus, Tribute to Rescue Workers, Stars Wars and a lot more




194
Stoneware pottery crock pickling jar with lid 11"
tall (lid has chip and the gray is duct tape on sides)







201
Contents of 13 tins of various size nails and 7
drawers of work cabinet (Not the cabinet)

202
Tennsco two door metal storage cabinet 36" X 79"
and a 3 drawer metal file cabinet



205
Contents of shelving unit including grease gun,
trimmers, jack, vacuum & pressure tester, folding chairs and more

206
Lot including Baja Beach folding chair, 2
additional folding chairs, Sheppards hook, milk crates, extension cord, plastic buckets and more

207



210
Lot including part of a fire hydrant, shelving
unit and contents, 2 storage tubs, flower pots, sprayers, waterers, tarp and more

211
Lot including levels, mole trap, vise, oil cans,
ceiling fan light, electrical parts, parts cabinet, advertising rulers and more





216

217
2 wooden saw horses and a lot of yard tools
including hoes, shovels, spades, pitch fork, auger, hand crank post hole digger and more


219
Dunlap wheelbarrow and contents including crow
bar, sickle, folding shovel, saw, machete and more









228
Suncast multi-purpose cart with contents, Lil
Brute tackle box, Gopher reaching tool, Chilton oil drum, jumper cables and more


230
Bob White Baking Powder The Seagull Specialty Co
Baltimore, MD wooden box 12" X 17" X 5 1/4"


232
Antique padlocks including Reese, Jaeger,
Peerless, Fraim Six Lever, some keys, handles and more



235
Dickens Village Series "Boarding & Lodging
School", Knottinghill Church", "Hather Harness" and "Hembleton Pewterer"

236
Lot of enamelware including 2 pots with lid,
strainer, coffee pots, bowls and more

















253
2 Antique whiskey jugs ( 1 cracked along the
bottom) and a bottomtray to a biddie waterer

254
2 galvanized trash cans, aluminum portable
clothes line, chicken feeder, tree trimmer, ax and landscaping flags

255
Yard tool lot including spades, saws, rakes, hoe
and a wooden box containing wedges





260
Tool lot including hammers, ball peen hammers,
snips, drill bits, sad iron and more






266
Tool lot including Ridgid pipe wrench and others,
saws, Stanley Handyman hand drill and more

267

268
Lot of tools hanging on wall including saws, bolt
cutters, T squares, hatchets, chalk line and more


270
Lot of power tools including Skil circular saw,
B&D sander, Millers Falls jig saw and a Craftsman sander

271
2 Tool boxes with contents including hammer, ball
peen hammer, wooden mallet and more

272
Lot including tarps, old writing pen tips,
Precision measuring instruments, sliding rule, 12 Type TW wire, nails, tool box with contents and more

273
Tool lot including screwdrivers, pliers, ball
peen hammer, saws, B & D drill, string and more



276
Lot including old hand drills, drill bits, files,
funnel, saw blades, masonry tile blades, nails, brushes and more

277
Lot including open and box end wrenches (mostly
S&K, one Snap On & others), hand drill, hose heads, wooden rules, vise grips, Sir Walter Raleigh can, manuals and more

278

279
Heisey 5 gal glass water bottle marked on bottom
1925 108 (mold crack near spout)




283
Swan paperweight, clear standing rooster and a
gold and clear long tailed rooster

284
Titan Art Glass "Golden Canary" set of 3 signed
W. Ward 1989 largest is 2 1/2" tall 3 1/2" long

285
Titan Art Glass "Cardinal of Virtue" set of 3
signed W. Ward 1989 largest is 3" tall 3 1/2" long

286
Lefton green goldfish paperweight, Titan Art
Glass Klassy Kitty signed W. Ward, glass squirrel, and a green dachshund





291
Westmoreland resting duck on nest (small nick on
bottom) and Westmoreland hen on nest

292
Heisey bird on a nest and a purple headed hen on
a nest (couple small nicks on nest)

293
Lot of yellow glassware including crackle glass
creamer, Daisy and Button candy dish, small handled basket and more

294
Ball Perfect Mason jars including 2 marked (8), 1
(10) and (2) Safety Wide Mouth Mason Salem Glass Works jars (1 possibly crack or defect in glass) all with lids


296
Book lot including The Forests of Maryland by
Besley December 1916, Loblolly Pine by Wahlenberg, Wye Oak by Preston and the Big Tree Champions of Maryland 1973

297
L.T. Ward & Bro Wildfowl Counterfeiters signed To
Bob from Lem Ward with poem Always Remember "Happiness is not having what you want but wanting what you have" Lem

298
Book lot Marylands Colonial Eastern Shore,
Chesapeake Bay a Pictorial Maritime History and Chesapeake Bay Notes and Sketches




302
2 cast iron fry pans and a griddle marked 8
smallest pan marked 3B larger pan marked 5

303
Cast iron fry pan marked 8 on front and 10 1/2"
Chicken Fryer on back with a P on the handle


305
Miller Flounders Chester PA cream top quart milk
bottle, Hill Cirt Farm Chads Ford PA quart and Cooklyn Milk Co Philadelphia half pint

306
Koontz Salisbury & Baltimore quart milk bottle, 2
Homestead Dairy Salisbury quart bottles (different logos)

307
2 Homestead Dairy Salisbury MD quart milk bottles
and an Aristocrat Baltimore MD quart



310
2 bird figurines made in Czeckoslovakia 5 1/2"
tall and a figurine of 2 pink birds


312
2 cast iron kettles one marked 7 and one marked 8
(has couple small holes in bottom)


314

315
Lantern lot including Paulls Leader Large No.2
Fount lantern, Dietz side lift, Dietz No. 2 and a smaller Dietz with a cracked globe

316
Vintage Kent Glass coffee pot with creamer and
sugar, decanter with lid and scoop




320
Daisy & Button blue glass kerosene lamp,
Degenhart Glass bird on a nest, and a bird candle holder

321
Daisy & Button fruit bowl, Daisy & Button handled
candy dish and a Bouquet Holder patented Dec 1886 (cracked)


323
Pink Depression candy dish with lid, divided
dish, handled serving bowl, dessert dishes, handled nappy and more



326
Ronson King lighter, 13 Prince Albert Crimp Cut
tobacco tins and 5 Velvet tobacco tins


328
2 tan antique stoneware bowls with pink and blue
stripes one is 6 1/4" diameter and other 5 1/2" small bowl marked USA


330
2 Watt Ovenware dishes one has stripes and one
has flower design both marked Watt USA 6

331
2 tan antique stoneware bowls with about 6"
diameter one marked Ovenware made in USA 6

332
Antique brown stoneware bowl marked USA 7 IN and
an antique green stoneware bowl marked 6






338
Cast iron toy mortar from Fort Lee Virginia, cast
iron parrot 5 1/2" tall and a horse

339
2 antique trinket boxes larger one marked 16 and
other one marked 86 and a vanity brush

340
Antique trinket box marked 1004, musical trinket
box and a trinket box with flower on top (damage to base)

341
2 box lots of Thanksgiving decorations and
turkeys and a string of Santa lights

342
Lot of chickens and roosters including some salt
and peppers and a gold hen on a nest


344

345
Bottle lot including amber Anheuser Busch Brewing
Ass'n Baltimore Branch, Geo Gunther Jr Brg Co, Pluto Water, Tru Me, amber measuring bottle and more

346
Lot of Cats Meows including MSP Barrack E,
Salisbury Fire Dept, Arthur Perdue Stadium, Holloway Hall, Country House, Bethesda United Methodist Church and more





351
Pyrex bowl with blue dots, Fire King including
baking dishes, dessert bowls, serving bowl, lidded dish and more

352
Westmoreland pitcher and ruffled candy dish,
glass hat, condiment set, candy dishes and more

353
Lot of Cats Meows from Denton and Upper Shore
area including Caroline High School, Denton VFC, Riverside Hotel, Town of Denton and more

354
Decanter lot including 1970 Baltimore Colts
decanter We're No 1 Baltimore, American Legion 50th Anniversary, pink bubble glass decanter and more

355
Old jar lot including green Mason C176 jar,
Safety Mason, Ball Ideal jar, Ball Perfect Mason and Presto Supreme Mason

356
Box lot of old jars including Ball, Atlas,
Mellins Food, Banner and more


358
Lot of bottle openers including Coke Cola,
National Beer, Pabst, Jimorys, Pepsi and more




362
Lot of amberina glass including Moon & Stars
candy dish & globlets, bird and ruby red candy dish

363

364
Basket lot including one large gathering basket,
4 small baskets and 3 whisk brooms

365
Lot of pocket watches including Elgin, Hamilton,
A.W. Company, Segasti Copenhagen and desk clock

366
Large piece of Souvenier from Bailey Island,
Maine and Kings Crown candy dish

367
Lot of small crocks including Easton 2 3/4 "
tall, Marydel 2 3/4" tall & others and 3 Williamsburg Pottery candle holders

368
Small purple vase 5 1/2 " tall, Pottery leaf vase
marked 102, cookie jar, duck made in Italy and Imperial pottery planter



371
Trash can, desk lamp, stuffed animals, salad
shooter, food chopper, ice skates and more

372
2 Box lot of dolls including Ragedy Anne & Andy,
Hallmark ornament, Strawberry short cake, collectible porcelain dolls and more

373
Box lots including wooden stationary set, small
metal jewelry boxes, Sundae glasses, milk glass fruit bowls, glasses, coke glasses and more

374
2 box lots including Ball Mason jar , Banner jar,
davis baking powder, small glass jugs, Ujol and more

375
2 Galvanized buckets, Penn reel, Land of Lakes
cookie kit, agate wash basin, cast iron bucket with contents and more

376
Box lots including glasses, figurines, mustache
cup, china, towels, candle holders, oil lamps and more

377
Box lots including baskets, china, Christmas
items, pot & pans, Igloo car cooler, books and more

378
Box lots including Easter decorations, wooden
boxes, Indian blanket, grilling set, Smokey the bear, Ty bears, linens and more

379
Lot including Fall decorations, Rubbermaid trash
cans, tomato cages, folding chairs and more

380
Lot including box fan, metal boxes, glasses,
linens, bread maker and more does not include door and screens

381
2 Pet carriers, vintage hats, chair cushions,
cannisters, Garfield cups, globes, radio and more

382
Christmas lot including Christmas tree, candy
canes, santa figurine, porcelain houses, bears, lights, ornaments, Fitz & Floyd and more


384

385
Old jars including Mason, Atlas, Ball Ideal,
canning jars, wood stakes and wire


387
Lot including travers rods, pots & pans,
badmitten set, snack sets, radios, rackets and more

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Ida Taylor Talbot County Estate Sale 2
 Online Only Auction
Sale Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Monday Sep 2
Bidding Ends: Tuesday Sep 24
Sale Location
29730 Bolingbroke Point Drive
Trappe, MD 21673
Company
Eastern Shore Auctions, Inc.

Contact: Willie Benton
Phone: 443-235-5717
Email: benton88@msn.com
Website: easternshoreauctions.com

ON LINE ONLY AUCTION*****ON LINE ONLY AUCTION***** INTERNET ONLY AUCTION: September 2, 2019 through September 24, 2019. Bidding ends on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 starting at 5 PM. PREVIEW DATE/TIME: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 from 5 PM to 7 PM. CHECKOUT DATE/TIME: Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 9 AM to12 PM. No exceptions. LOCATION: 29730 Bolingbroke Point Drive Trappe, MD 21673 Eastern Shore Auctions, Inc. is honored to have a second on-line only auction for the Estate of Ida Taylor of Trappe, Maryland. This auction will feature Sterling silver, stoneware crocks, glassware, old bottles, Dazey butter churns, and other collectibles. Enjoy the photos but keep checking back as additional lots are still being added.

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Chestnut Farms cream top quart milk bottle Chevy
Chase Dairy Washington, D.C. and a Java Farms Annapolis pint milk bottle

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13
Red slag glass pitcher with scene of a row boat,
a house and a windmill 6 3/4" tall

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15

16
L.E. Smith & Son? Moon & Stars red kerosene lamp
that has been electrified 20 1/2" tall not including chimney

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Antique green and tan stoneware mixing bowl 9"
(small hairline age crack in glaze on bottom)

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25

26
Lot of Promo Cars including '64 Thunderbird &
'65 Galaxy 500, a '61 Mercury Monterey model and Hubley '60 Ford scale model station wagon

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29

30
8 Fostoria dinner plates, 2 salad plates, 9 bread
plates covered butter dish, divided dish, vegetable tray, salt & pepper and toothpick holder

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32

33
Homestead Dairy Farm Salisbury MD quart milk
bottle and a City Dairy Salisbury MD quart milk bottle

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35
Sealtest Dairy Products Supplee 150th Anniversary
1804 - 1954 half pint milk bottle

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Fostoria sandwich/dessert plate with center
handle 12" and a flared vase 5" tall

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Stoneware Crock marked 5 with a wooden lid (Lid
was on with duck tape so some tape is visible)

39
The Triaca Co Wholesale Dealers Wines & Liquors
Baltimore MD whiskey jug (line in photos is not a crack)

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Turn of the Century Buffalo Lithia Water Natures
Materia Medica antique glass bottle 10" tall

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Antique Enterprise No 4 scale by Jacobs Brothers
with 1949 seal tag from city of Baltimore

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Fenton scalloped top compote candy dish
handpainted and signed by S. Meunier

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Old Christmas decorations including ornaments,
Santa marked Japan 49, Santa lights, Heavenly Noel Angels candleholders (NIB) and Angel candy-cane sleigh set

58
Imperial Glass Co vase with gold trim 6 1/4" tall
and a Lenox Acanthus leaf porcelain candy dish 9" long marked 95-86

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Bristol glass vases with fluted tops and glass
prisms (one has mold mark near top does not appear to be a crack)

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McCoy made in USA planter 8" tall, small
cranberry hobnail vase and a pink swirled glass

69
Gold colored glass rooster 9" tall and a clear
rooster with green and red 8 1/4" tall

70
3 glass Nuttle Lumber Company ashtrays, 1 glass
W. Newton Jackson Agency ashtray and a Baysinger Mobile Homes tin ashtray

71
Cut glass vase 12" tall (small chip on lip),
butterfly candy dish, 2 footed candy dishes and a 6" vase

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I. Ulman & Sons Dealers in Wines and Liquors 810
Light Street Baltimore, MD stoneware whiskey jug

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Souvenir glass pitcher "To Anna from Louther
Niagara Falls July 3, 1904" 6 3/4" tall

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5 pieces Souvenir glass including Dundaff, PA,
Philadelphia, PA, Tunkhannock, PA, Asbury Park 1892 and Gettysburg 1863

77
3 pieces souvenir glass including Atlantic City
1902, Anna Costello 1908, and Atlantic City 1898

78
Lot of 3 Planters Peanut jars one is 75th
Anniversary and 2 are marked 1980

79
Antique butter churn with Dairy Supplies label
and 8 on the glass marked SCC on bottom

80
2 pieces Shannon Crystal by Godinger including
dish and lidded candy dish and a Crystal Clear lidded candy dish with a star on the lid

81
Lot of green glass including Depression sugar
dish, refrigerator dish, cups and saucers and salt & pepper, a green nappy and candy dish

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Antique wooden bucket with 3 metal bands and
wooden handles 12 1/2" diameter

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Antique copper bucket with bail handle 11 1/2"
diameter (small crack near top)

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Amberina lot including small Fenton ruffled top
vase, Daisy & Button shoes and vase, crackle glass pitcher and a bird

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Lot of yardsticks including Beck Chevrolet Sales
phone 103, West Denton Furniture Outlet, Countryside Plants N Gift Shop, L.W. Gunby and more

95
Lot of yardsticks including A.W. Perdue & Son,
Pilchard Brothers Allis Chalmers Farm Machinery, V.V. Hughes & Sons and more

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Lot of 5 antique sad irons one marked with an
anchor and 7, one marked 6, and 3 others

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3 milk bottles including Diamond State Dairies
Dover Del pint, and 2 Holly Brook Del pint

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Antique green stoneware mixing bowl 10 3/4"
diameter (hole in glaze in bottom)

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Antique tan stoneware mixing bowl marked 8 IN USA
on bottom and a yellow mixing bowl with age cracks

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Liberty Blue teapot with lid The Minute Men
Staffordshire made in England

110
Liberty Blue lot including sugar with lid Betsy
Ross Staffordshire made in England (chip on lip inside) and Paul Revere creamer

111
Liberty Blue 12" platter and 8" underplate The
Governor's House Williamsburg Staffordshire made in England

112
Liberty Blue bowl 8 1/2" Fraunces Tavern
Staffordshire made in England and Lafayette Landing at West Point covered butter dish and gravy

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Liberty Blue set including 57 pcs 8 of everyhting
except cups Independence Hall, Washington Leaving Christ Church, Monticello, Betsy Ross, Mt Vernon, Old North Church

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C.S. Bell & Co Hillsboro Ohio cast iron farm bell
with yoke bell marked with a 4 and a L yoke marked No 4 Upright 1886 approx 20" diameter

121
Antique large cast iron hog pot or cauldron 26"
diameter with hanging bracket or handle

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Antique large cast iron hog pot or cauldron
marked Baltimore 15 gallon ? 19" diameter at opening but 22" wide at widest with hanging bracket or handle

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Stained glass window panels two are 17 3/4" X 48"
(one is cracked) one 17 1/4" X 46 1/2"

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Wooden trunk painted tan/gray marked M. Lueus
Clarkville, Indiana 35 1/4" X 19 1/2" (Has Germany sticker on it)

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2 antique dresser mirrors, foot stool and a
wooden box 44" X 11 1/2" (possibly window planter)

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7 chairs including 3 ladder back chairs, 1 plank
bottom chair, 2 T back cane bottom chairs and a spindle back chair

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6 Burrells Eye maple cane bottom spindle back
chairs circa mid 1800's (1 in process of having cane re-done)

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Homemade blanket stitched quilt with names and
dates of 1921 & 1954 on it full size bed

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Homemade blanket stitched quilt with names and
dates of 1921 & 1954 on it full size bed

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12 Landers, Frary & Clark Aetna Works Mother of
Pearl handled place or luncheon knives with Sterling silver ferrules

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Sterling silver lot including G.A. Disque Bon Bon
spoon, cake fork, sugar tongs, 3 spoons (1 is Cincinnati) most pieces inscribed 6.67 Troy ozs

177
Sterling silver lot including 6 demitasse spoons,
7 spoons and 9 butter knives inscribed 13.51 Troy ozs in wooden case

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Silver lot of collectible/souvenir spoons marked
800, 925, Mexico most are enameled 4.26 Troy ozts

181
Furniture lot including cane bottom chair and
rocker, plank bottom black chair, bed frame, end table, old telephone stand and more

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Antique nesting tables, cane bottom stool/stand,
Octogan plant stand and a magazine rack

184
J.S. Ivin's & Sons wooden box with contents and
an old wooden box with handles and contents including Christmas tree stand

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Chicago Packing & Provision Co Birch Lea Lard
antique wooden box and contents (horse/ox farm ) and hanes made into a shelf

187
Magazine stand with beads, 2 wooden printing
trays and a Lake County Diamond orange case

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Box lot of Avon steins including Christopher
Columbus, Tribute to Rescue Workers, Stars Wars and a lot more

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Stoneware pottery crock pickling jar with lid 11"
tall (lid has chip and the gray is duct tape on sides)

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Contents of 13 tins of various size nails and 7
drawers of work cabinet (Not the cabinet)

202
Tennsco two door metal storage cabinet 36" X 79"
and a 3 drawer metal file cabinet

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Contents of shelving unit including grease gun,
trimmers, jack, vacuum & pressure tester, folding chairs and more

206
Lot including Baja Beach folding chair, 2
additional folding chairs, Sheppards hook, milk crates, extension cord, plastic buckets and more

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Lot including part of a fire hydrant, shelving
unit and contents, 2 storage tubs, flower pots, sprayers, waterers, tarp and more

211
Lot including levels, mole trap, vise, oil cans,
ceiling fan light, electrical parts, parts cabinet, advertising rulers and more

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2 wooden saw horses and a lot of yard tools
including hoes, shovels, spades, pitch fork, auger, hand crank post hole digger and more

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Dunlap wheelbarrow and contents including crow
bar, sickle, folding shovel, saw, machete and more

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Suncast multi-purpose cart with contents, Lil
Brute tackle box, Gopher reaching tool, Chilton oil drum, jumper cables and more

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Bob White Baking Powder The Seagull Specialty Co
Baltimore, MD wooden box 12" X 17" X 5 1/4"

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Antique padlocks including Reese, Jaeger,
Peerless, Fraim Six Lever, some keys, handles and more

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Dickens Village Series "Boarding & Lodging
School", Knottinghill Church", "Hather Harness" and "Hembleton Pewterer"

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Lot of enamelware including 2 pots with lid,
strainer, coffee pots, bowls and more

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2 Antique whiskey jugs ( 1 cracked along the
bottom) and a bottomtray to a biddie waterer

254
2 galvanized trash cans, aluminum portable
clothes line, chicken feeder, tree trimmer, ax and landscaping flags

255
Yard tool lot including spades, saws, rakes, hoe
and a wooden box containing wedges

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Tool lot including hammers, ball peen hammers,
snips, drill bits, sad iron and more

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Tool lot including Ridgid pipe wrench and others,
saws, Stanley Handyman hand drill and more

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Lot of tools hanging on wall including saws, bolt
cutters, T squares, hatchets, chalk line and more

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Lot of power tools including Skil circular saw,
B&D sander, Millers Falls jig saw and a Craftsman sander

271
2 Tool boxes with contents including hammer, ball
peen hammer, wooden mallet and more

272
Lot including tarps, old writing pen tips,
Precision measuring instruments, sliding rule, 12 Type TW wire, nails, tool box with contents and more

273
Tool lot including screwdrivers, pliers, ball
peen hammer, saws, B & D drill, string and more

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Lot including old hand drills, drill bits, files,
funnel, saw blades, masonry tile blades, nails, brushes and more

277
Lot including open and box end wrenches (mostly
S&K, one Snap On & others), hand drill, hose heads, wooden rules, vise grips, Sir Walter Raleigh can, manuals and more

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Heisey 5 gal glass water bottle marked on bottom
1925 108 (mold crack near spout)

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Swan paperweight, clear standing rooster and a
gold and clear long tailed rooster

284
Titan Art Glass "Golden Canary" set of 3 signed
W. Ward 1989 largest is 2 1/2" tall 3 1/2" long

285
Titan Art Glass "Cardinal of Virtue" set of 3
signed W. Ward 1989 largest is 3" tall 3 1/2" long

286
Lefton green goldfish paperweight, Titan Art
Glass Klassy Kitty signed W. Ward, glass squirrel, and a green dachshund

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Westmoreland resting duck on nest (small nick on
bottom) and Westmoreland hen on nest

292
Heisey bird on a nest and a purple headed hen on
a nest (couple small nicks on nest)

293
Lot of yellow glassware including crackle glass
creamer, Daisy and Button candy dish, small handled basket and more

294
Ball Perfect Mason jars including 2 marked (8), 1
(10) and (2) Safety Wide Mouth Mason Salem Glass Works jars (1 possibly crack or defect in glass) all with lids

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Book lot including The Forests of Maryland by
Besley December 1916, Loblolly Pine by Wahlenberg, Wye Oak by Preston and the Big Tree Champions of Maryland 1973

297
L.T. Ward & Bro Wildfowl Counterfeiters signed To
Bob from Lem Ward with poem Always Remember "Happiness is not having what you want but wanting what you have" Lem

298
Book lot Marylands Colonial Eastern Shore,
Chesapeake Bay a Pictorial Maritime History and Chesapeake Bay Notes and Sketches

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2 cast iron fry pans and a griddle marked 8
smallest pan marked 3B larger pan marked 5

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Cast iron fry pan marked 8 on front and 10 1/2"
Chicken Fryer on back with a P on the handle

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Miller Flounders Chester PA cream top quart milk
bottle, Hill Cirt Farm Chads Ford PA quart and Cooklyn Milk Co Philadelphia half pint

306
Koontz Salisbury & Baltimore quart milk bottle, 2
Homestead Dairy Salisbury quart bottles (different logos)

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2 Homestead Dairy Salisbury MD quart milk bottles
and an Aristocrat Baltimore MD quart

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2 bird figurines made in Czeckoslovakia 5 1/2"
tall and a figurine of 2 pink birds

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2 cast iron kettles one marked 7 and one marked 8
(has couple small holes in bottom)

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Lantern lot including Paulls Leader Large No.2
Fount lantern, Dietz side lift, Dietz No. 2 and a smaller Dietz with a cracked globe

316
Vintage Kent Glass coffee pot with creamer and
sugar, decanter with lid and scoop

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Daisy & Button blue glass kerosene lamp,
Degenhart Glass bird on a nest, and a bird candle holder

321
Daisy & Button fruit bowl, Daisy & Button handled
candy dish and a Bouquet Holder patented Dec 1886 (cracked)

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Pink Depression candy dish with lid, divided
dish, handled serving bowl, dessert dishes, handled nappy and more

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Ronson King lighter, 13 Prince Albert Crimp Cut
tobacco tins and 5 Velvet tobacco tins

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2 tan antique stoneware bowls with pink and blue
stripes one is 6 1/4" diameter and other 5 1/2" small bowl marked USA

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2 Watt Ovenware dishes one has stripes and one
has flower design both marked Watt USA 6

331
2 tan antique stoneware bowls with about 6"
diameter one marked Ovenware made in USA 6

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Antique brown stoneware bowl marked USA 7 IN and
an antique green stoneware bowl marked 6

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Cast iron toy mortar from Fort Lee Virginia, cast
iron parrot 5 1/2" tall and a horse

339
2 antique trinket boxes larger one marked 16 and
other one marked 86 and a vanity brush

340
Antique trinket box marked 1004, musical trinket
box and a trinket box with flower on top (damage to base)

341
2 box lots of Thanksgiving decorations and
turkeys and a string of Santa lights

342
Lot of chickens and roosters including some salt
and peppers and a gold hen on a nest

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Bottle lot including amber Anheuser Busch Brewing
Ass'n Baltimore Branch, Geo Gunther Jr Brg Co, Pluto Water, Tru Me, amber measuring bottle and more

346
Lot of Cats Meows including MSP Barrack E,
Salisbury Fire Dept, Arthur Perdue Stadium, Holloway Hall, Country House, Bethesda United Methodist Church and more

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Pyrex bowl with blue dots, Fire King including
baking dishes, dessert bowls, serving bowl, lidded dish and more

352
Westmoreland pitcher and ruffled candy dish,
glass hat, condiment set, candy dishes and more

353
Lot of Cats Meows from Denton and Upper Shore
area including Caroline High School, Denton VFC, Riverside Hotel, Town of Denton and more

354
Decanter lot including 1970 Baltimore Colts
decanter We're No 1 Baltimore, American Legion 50th Anniversary, pink bubble glass decanter and more

355
Old jar lot including green Mason C176 jar,
Safety Mason, Ball Ideal jar, Ball Perfect Mason and Presto Supreme Mason

356
Box lot of old jars including Ball, Atlas,
Mellins Food, Banner and more

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Lot of bottle openers including Coke Cola,
National Beer, Pabst, Jimorys, Pepsi and more

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Lot of amberina glass including Moon & Stars
candy dish & globlets, bird and ruby red candy dish

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Basket lot including one large gathering basket,
4 small baskets and 3 whisk brooms

365
Lot of pocket watches including Elgin, Hamilton,
A.W. Company, Segasti Copenhagen and desk clock

366
Large piece of Souvenier from Bailey Island,
Maine and Kings Crown candy dish

367
Lot of small crocks including Easton 2 3/4 "
tall, Marydel 2 3/4" tall & others and 3 Williamsburg Pottery candle holders

368
Small purple vase 5 1/2 " tall, Pottery leaf vase
marked 102, cookie jar, duck made in Italy and Imperial pottery planter

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Trash can, desk lamp, stuffed animals, salad
shooter, food chopper, ice skates and more

372
2 Box lot of dolls including Ragedy Anne & Andy,
Hallmark ornament, Strawberry short cake, collectible porcelain dolls and more

373
Box lots including wooden stationary set, small
metal jewelry boxes, Sundae glasses, milk glass fruit bowls, glasses, coke glasses and more

374
2 box lots including Ball Mason jar , Banner jar,
davis baking powder, small glass jugs, Ujol and more

375
2 Galvanized buckets, Penn reel, Land of Lakes
cookie kit, agate wash basin, cast iron bucket with contents and more

376
Box lots including glasses, figurines, mustache
cup, china, towels, candle holders, oil lamps and more

377
Box lots including baskets, china, Christmas
items, pot & pans, Igloo car cooler, books and more

378
Box lots including Easter decorations, wooden
boxes, Indian blanket, grilling set, Smokey the bear, Ty bears, linens and more

379
Lot including Fall decorations, Rubbermaid trash
cans, tomato cages, folding chairs and more

380
Lot including box fan, metal boxes, glasses,
linens, bread maker and more does not include door and screens

381
2 Pet carriers, vintage hats, chair cushions,
cannisters, Garfield cups, globes, radio and more

382
Christmas lot including Christmas tree, candy
canes, santa figurine, porcelain houses, bears, lights, ornaments, Fitz & Floyd and more

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Old jars including Mason, Atlas, Ball Ideal,
canning jars, wood stakes and wire

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Lot including travers rods, pots & pans,
badmitten set, snack sets, radios, rackets and more