02/05 Monthly antique auction
Listing ID#: 367498

Sale Location

Candor, NY 13743
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Friday Feb 5
Bidding Ends: Friday Feb 5
Sale Type
 Online Auction  VIEW ONLINE CATALOG
Company Information
Bostwick Auctions

Contact: Laurie Bostwick
Phone: 607-659-4842
Email: Laurie.bostwick@icloud.com
Website: Www.bostwickauctions.com

EstateSale.com ID#: 6009
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Listing Terms and Conditions
Auction Terms & Conditions ***NO SHIPPING ON AMMUNITION*** LIVE AUCTION TERMS: Cash or Credit Card. Acceptable I.D. Required. 16% Buyer's Premium ABSENTEE BIDS ACCEPTED * Payment and pickup is on the specified date and times. Any items not picked up within 10 days after any auction will be considered abandoned property and be resold without any compensation. Please pick-up and pay for your purchases. We realize that sometimes there are extenuating circumstances and a simple phone call to our office 607-659-4842 may avoid these harsh terms. Grossly negligent offenders however, will be banned from all our future auctions. Acceptance of Terms: Buyers registering with Bostwick Auctions and placing bids online agree to the following Terms of Sale, which you agree with when you check the box when you register, and place the first bid: ******Everything is sold AS IS, WHERE IS. All Sales are Final- No Returns. Bostwick Auctions provides ample opportunity for buyers to thoroughly inspect goods to be sold. All purchases should be made on the buyer's own recognizance. All persons bidding in absentee who have not physically inspected the goods prior to the sale are also subject to these terms. All lots are sold "As is". There are no warranties expressed or implied, including, but not limited to warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Bostwick Auctions and consigners make no guarantee or warranty as to the authenticity of the merchandise, the correctness of the catalog, nor shall any description (oral or written) of condition, size, quality, rarity, importance or provenance be deemed a guarantee. **This is a public auction and not a retail setting. All Sales are FINAL. No returns or chargebacks are accepted. *Some items may be sold per piece. The bid price is multiplied by the amount of items in the lot. This is shown on the catalog using the bid price x quantity. (EXAMPLE- "12.50 x 4" equals a total bid of $50.00.) We reserve the rights to charge your credit card a deposit for your bids. All sales are subject to a 16% Buyer's Premium
Listing Information
COPY AND PASTE LINK FOR ONLINE BIDDING WWW.BOSTWICKAUCTION.HIBID.COM


2
Box bottles & advertising - Binghamton coca-cola,
Thomas Edison, Hornell brewery, Rexall, etc






7
2 oil lamps - * 1 of the prongs is gone that
holds the chimney on the tall one






13

14
2 unframed wood block prints - Not glued onto
the paper - just attached on the top edge

14
3' Yuengling dart board with backboard never
assembled - given to local tavern in the late 80s


16
Beautiful RS Prussia bowl with pink flowers -
has hairline crack & tiny chip




19
2 1800's books - NY City history (damaged but has
great lithos) & Museum of antiquity

20
Alberto Giacometti Seated Nude orig. Lithograph -
from behind the mirror - shown in Paris


















34
Group of AMAZING photo albums incl 1 that is
mostly Hawaii during world war II and several vacationing ones that I believe are a Cortland New York family


35
Indian Head pennies and nickels in Frederick
Remington print/coin display - the vanishing American







38
Lot - compass, PA fishing license/button,
Coca-Cola bottle opener, etc


39
Case of vintage bird kites with original boxes
approximately 65 in a box - they have been opened




43
5 framed early photograph collages - 1929
podiatry class, babies with Teddy bears, etc


44
Fisher-Price musical duck & clown jack in the box
jolly tune made by Mattel - ** Jack in the Box does not work


46
Gerstner Oak machinist chest - original finish
The front door won't latch up (It needs shaving??)

47
3 tubes of toys - Lincoln logs, tinker toys, and
American plastic bricks (they all appear to be full)










55
Box- mostly 19th century religious books
including many from the civil war era

56
Royal Bayreuth Bavaria Jack and the beanstalk
pitcher - has a slight, very slight hairline crack












66
Box of advertising trade cards including Meyers
pumps, sewing machines, Kendall's spavin cure, Clark's spool cotton, etc




























87
3 vintage New Holland tractor equipment harvester
posters - *** the Ertl tractors are going in the auction ending 1-29

88
MASSIVE folk art wooden circus - made from old
wooden fruit crates and other pieces you would find around an Old farm














96
Huge Roseville pot - hairline crack & has what I
would call good repairs to cover chips


98
Beautiful oil on canvas of cows in a stream - the
frame is stamped Binghamton - We found it in an attic of a Vestal home


99
Wool Indian rug depicting 3 women and 1 man
harvesting corn from mother Earth












111
Original Renaissance frame found in attic with the
previous item - some damage - Inside measurements 26?" x 30?"








118
2 black amethyst - Crown Corning, hand blown made
in Italy bowls *They shine purple when held to light bulb


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02/05 Monthly antique auction

Bostwick Auctions

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Contact: Laurie Bostwick
Phone: 607-659-4842
Sale Location
1121 Owego Rd (Rte 96)
Candor, NY 13743
Sale Dates and Times
Sale Terms and Conditions
Auction Terms & Conditions ***NO SHIPPING ON AMMUNITION*** LIVE AUCTION TERMS: Cash or Credit Card. Acceptable I.D. Required. 16% Buyer's Premium ABSENTEE BIDS ACCEPTED * Payment and pickup is on the specified date and times. Any items not picked up within 10 days after any auction will be considered abandoned property and be resold without any compensation. Please pick-up and pay for your purchases. We realize that sometimes there are extenuating circumstances and a simple phone call to our office 607-659-4842 may avoid these harsh terms. Grossly negligent offenders however, will be banned from all our future auctions. Acceptance of Terms: Buyers registering with Bostwick Auctions and placing bids online agree to the following Terms of Sale, which you agree with when you check the box when you register, and place the first bid: ******Everything is sold AS IS, WHERE IS. All Sales are Final- No Returns. Bostwick Auctions provides ample opportunity for buyers to thoroughly inspect goods to be sold. All purchases should be made on the buyer's own recognizance. All persons bidding in absentee who have not physically inspected the goods prior to the sale are also subject to these terms. All lots are sold "As is". There are no warranties expressed or implied, including, but not limited to warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Bostwick Auctions and consigners make no guarantee or warranty as to the authenticity of the merchandise, the correctness of the catalog, nor shall any description (oral or written) of condition, size, quality, rarity, importance or provenance be deemed a guarantee. **This is a public auction and not a retail setting. All Sales are FINAL. No returns or chargebacks are accepted. *Some items may be sold per piece. The bid price is multiplied by the amount of items in the lot. This is shown on the catalog using the bid price x quantity. (EXAMPLE- "12.50 x 4" equals a total bid of $50.00.) We reserve the rights to charge your credit card a deposit for your bids. All sales are subject to a 16% Buyer's Premium
Listing Details
COPY AND PASTE LINK FOR ONLINE BIDDING WWW.BOSTWICKAUCTION.HIBID.COM


2
Box bottles & advertising - Binghamton coca-cola,
Thomas Edison, Hornell brewery, Rexall, etc






7
2 oil lamps - * 1 of the prongs is gone that
holds the chimney on the tall one






13

14
2 unframed wood block prints - Not glued onto
the paper - just attached on the top edge

14
3' Yuengling dart board with backboard never
assembled - given to local tavern in the late 80s


16
Beautiful RS Prussia bowl with pink flowers -
has hairline crack & tiny chip




19
2 1800's books - NY City history (damaged but has
great lithos) & Museum of antiquity

20
Alberto Giacometti Seated Nude orig. Lithograph -
from behind the mirror - shown in Paris


















34
Group of AMAZING photo albums incl 1 that is
mostly Hawaii during world war II and several vacationing ones that I believe are a Cortland New York family


35
Indian Head pennies and nickels in Frederick
Remington print/coin display - the vanishing American







38
Lot - compass, PA fishing license/button,
Coca-Cola bottle opener, etc


39
Case of vintage bird kites with original boxes
approximately 65 in a box - they have been opened




43
5 framed early photograph collages - 1929
podiatry class, babies with Teddy bears, etc


44
Fisher-Price musical duck & clown jack in the box
jolly tune made by Mattel - ** Jack in the Box does not work


46
Gerstner Oak machinist chest - original finish
The front door won't latch up (It needs shaving??)

47
3 tubes of toys - Lincoln logs, tinker toys, and
American plastic bricks (they all appear to be full)










55
Box- mostly 19th century religious books
including many from the civil war era

56
Royal Bayreuth Bavaria Jack and the beanstalk
pitcher - has a slight, very slight hairline crack












66
Box of advertising trade cards including Meyers
pumps, sewing machines, Kendall's spavin cure, Clark's spool cotton, etc




























87
3 vintage New Holland tractor equipment harvester
posters - *** the Ertl tractors are going in the auction ending 1-29

88
MASSIVE folk art wooden circus - made from old
wooden fruit crates and other pieces you would find around an Old farm














96
Huge Roseville pot - hairline crack & has what I
would call good repairs to cover chips


98
Beautiful oil on canvas of cows in a stream - the
frame is stamped Binghamton - We found it in an attic of a Vestal home


99
Wool Indian rug depicting 3 women and 1 man
harvesting corn from mother Earth












111
Original Renaissance frame found in attic with the
previous item - some damage - Inside measurements 26?" x 30?"








118
2 black amethyst - Crown Corning, hand blown made
in Italy bowls *They shine purple when held to light bulb


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02/05 Monthly antique auction
 Online Only Auction
Sale Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Friday Feb 5
Bidding Ends: Friday Feb 5
Sale Location

Candor, NY 13743
Listing Terms and Conditions
Auction Terms & Conditions ***NO SHIPPING ON AMMUNITION*** LIVE AUCTION TERMS: Cash or Credit Card. Acceptable I.D. Required. 16% Buyer's Premium ABSENTEE BIDS ACCEPTED * Payment and pickup is on the specified date and times. Any items not picked up within 10 days after any auction will be considered abandoned property and be resold without any compensation. Please pick-up and pay for your purchases. We realize that sometimes there are extenuating circumstances and a simple phone call to our office 607-659-4842 may avoid these harsh terms. Grossly negligent offenders however, will be banned from all our future auctions. Acceptance of Terms: Buyers registering with Bostwick Auctions and placing bids online agree to the following Terms of Sale, which you agree with when you check the box when you register, and place the first bid: ******Everything is sold AS IS, WHERE IS. All Sales are Final- No Returns. Bostwick Auctions provides ample opportunity for buyers to thoroughly inspect goods to be sold. All purchases should be made on the buyer's own recognizance. All persons bidding in absentee who have not physically inspected the goods prior to the sale are also subject to these terms. All lots are sold "As is". There are no warranties expressed or implied, including, but not limited to warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Bostwick Auctions and consigners make no guarantee or warranty as to the authenticity of the merchandise, the correctness of the catalog, nor shall any description (oral or written) of condition, size, quality, rarity, importance or provenance be deemed a guarantee. **This is a public auction and not a retail setting. All Sales are FINAL. No returns or chargebacks are accepted. *Some items may be sold per piece. The bid price is multiplied by the amount of items in the lot. This is shown on the catalog using the bid price x quantity. (EXAMPLE- "12.50 x 4" equals a total bid of $50.00.) We reserve the rights to charge your credit card a deposit for your bids. All sales are subject to a 16% Buyer's Premium
COPY AND PASTE LINK FOR ONLINE BIDDING WWW.BOSTWICKAUCTION.HIBID.COM

1

2
Box bottles & advertising - Binghamton coca-cola,
Thomas Edison, Hornell brewery, Rexall, etc

3

4

5

6

6

7
2 oil lamps - * 1 of the prongs is gone that
holds the chimney on the tall one

8

9

10

11

12

13

14
2 unframed wood block prints - Not glued onto
the paper - just attached on the top edge

14
3' Yuengling dart board with backboard never
assembled - given to local tavern in the late 80s

15

16
Beautiful RS Prussia bowl with pink flowers -
has hairline crack & tiny chip

17

18

19

19
2 1800's books - NY City history (damaged but has
great lithos) & Museum of antiquity

20
Alberto Giacometti Seated Nude orig. Lithograph -
from behind the mirror - shown in Paris

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

29

30

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32

32

33

33

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34
Group of AMAZING photo albums incl 1 that is
mostly Hawaii during world war II and several vacationing ones that I believe are a Cortland New York family

35

35
Indian Head pennies and nickels in Frederick
Remington print/coin display - the vanishing American

35

36

36

37

37

38

38
Lot - compass, PA fishing license/button,
Coca-Cola bottle opener, etc

39

39
Case of vintage bird kites with original boxes
approximately 65 in a box - they have been opened

40

41

42

43
5 framed early photograph collages - 1929
podiatry class, babies with Teddy bears, etc

43

44
Fisher-Price musical duck & clown jack in the box
jolly tune made by Mattel - ** Jack in the Box does not work

45

46
Gerstner Oak machinist chest - original finish
The front door won't latch up (It needs shaving??)

47
3 tubes of toys - Lincoln logs, tinker toys, and
American plastic bricks (they all appear to be full)

48

49

50

51

52

53

54

54

55

55
Box- mostly 19th century religious books
including many from the civil war era

56
Royal Bayreuth Bavaria Jack and the beanstalk
pitcher - has a slight, very slight hairline crack

57

58

59

60

60

61

62

63

64

65

65

66
Box of advertising trade cards including Meyers
pumps, sewing machines, Kendall's spavin cure, Clark's spool cotton, etc

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87

87
3 vintage New Holland tractor equipment harvester
posters - *** the Ertl tractors are going in the auction ending 1-29

88
MASSIVE folk art wooden circus - made from old
wooden fruit crates and other pieces you would find around an Old farm

88

89

89

90

90

91

92

93

94

95

95

95

95

96
Huge Roseville pot - hairline crack & has what I
would call good repairs to cover chips

97

98
Beautiful oil on canvas of cows in a stream - the
frame is stamped Binghamton - We found it in an attic of a Vestal home

99

99
Wool Indian rug depicting 3 women and 1 man
harvesting corn from mother Earth

100

101

102

103

104

105

106

107

108

109

110

111
Original Renaissance frame found in attic with the
previous item - some damage - Inside measurements 26?" x 30?"

112

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116

117

118

118
2 black amethyst - Crown Corning, hand blown made
in Italy bowls *They shine purple when held to light bulb

119