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Listing ID#: 373981

Sale Location

Manheim, PA 17545
Sale Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Friday Jan 22, 2021 Completed
Saturday Feb 6, 2021 Completed
Sale Type
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Company Information
Hess Auction Group

Contact: John M. Hess
Phone: (717) 664-5238
Email: contact@hessauctiongroup.com
Website: www.hessauctiongroup.com

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Listing Terms and Conditions
Auction Terms & Conditions John M. Hess Auction Service, Inc. - 717-664-5238 Pick up Date: Tuesday, Feb. 9th from12-5 Hess Auction Group does not ship items. All purchases must be picked up at: 1667 Cider Press Road Manheim, PA 17545 Items must be picked up on Tuesday, January 26th from 8-4 or the items will be forfeit. If you would like to have items shipped please contact a local shipper immediately following the close of the auction, you will pay the shipper directly for any packing and shipping costs. UPS #3230: 717-733-1482 UPS #1005: 717-898-9303 Postal Connection: 717-399-9076 All items MUST be picked up on the stated pickup dates. No exceptions can be made. Hess Auction Group will not be able to hold items past the stated pick up date(s). Buyers will be charged full amount and will forfeit the items if they are not picked up on the stated pick up dates. Any Prospective Bidder (hereinafter referred to as Bidder and sometimes Buyer) who bids on any item, hereby agrees to these Conditions of Sale of John M. Hess Auction Service, Inc. (also d/b/a Conestoga Auction Company, Hess Auction Group) (hereinafter referred to as the Auction Company) relative to property being offered for sale at auction. These Conditions of Sale and all other contents of the catalog are subject to amendment by the Auction Company by the posting of notices or by oral announcements made. Auction Company has made every effort to catalog and correctly describe the property to be sold, however, all lots are sold 'AS IS' and should be examined prior to bidding. Flaws and imperfections caused in the making are not noted. Expect normal wear and oxidation on antique metal wares and crazing and normal glaze loss on pottery and ceramics. Any additional condition questions should be made 24 hours prior to the start of the auction to allow for our staff to review the items. In all matters, the records of the Auction will be final. By participating in any sale, the Bidder agrees to be bound by the following terms and conditions: A. This Auction has a 15% Buyers Premium B. BIDDING INCREMENTS: The auctioneers will be using set bid increments. If you have placed absentee bids that do not follow the set increments, your bid will be executed at the set lower increment. C. ON-LINE BIDDING: Auction Company will not be responsible for any omissions, errors or slow communications. D. PAYMENT: Payment must be made prior to removal from the auction house. Failure to do so may result in forfeiture of items. E. Credit Cards will be processed within 1 hour of the auction or 8:am the following business day F. SHIPPING: Auction Company does not pack or ship any items in house. Buyer pays shipping cost directly to shipper. All items are sent through the a third party shipping company. All international customers are responsible for their own taxes and tariffs based upon the actual selling price. The declared value cannot be of lesser value than purchase price. Please contact either: * The UPS Store at store1005@comcast.net (717)-898-9303 * Postal connections 717-399-9076 for any shipping inquiries regarding any potential shipping costs prior to the auction or post-auction inquires. Please direct all your shipping questions to the above-mentioned names, as we do not ship in-house and are not able to answer these questions. G. AS IS: Bidder agrees that before the Sale, Bidder or Bidder's agents should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size and whether or not it has been repaired or restored. Bidder is responsible for satisfying himself or herself concerning the condition of the property and the matters referred to in the Catalog. Condition reports, photos and video or digital images are provided as a courtesy and should not be used as a substitute for viewing the items in person. All statements made in the catalog or in the condition report or made orally or in writing elsewhere are statements of opinion and are not to be relied on as statements of fact. Auction Company and the underlying owner of the property being sold ('Owner') assume no risk, liability or responsibility for the authenticity of the authorship of any property identified in this catalog. All property is sold "as is" and neither Auction Company nor the Owner make any warranties or representations of any kind or nature with respect to the property being sold, and no statement in the catalog or made at the sale, or in the bill of sale or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed an assumption of liability or warranty or representation as to the description, genuineness, attribution, provenance or condition of the property. Auction Company and the Owner make no representations as to whether Bidder acquires any reproduction rights in the property being sold at the Sale. H. Withdrawal. Auction Company reserves the right to withdraw any property before sale and shall have no liability for such withdrawal. I. Bid Per Lot. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer, all bids are per lot as numbered in the Catalog. J. Video or digital images. At some auctions a video or digital screen may be used. Auction Company is not liable for any errors in the operation or quality of the image presented. K. Reserves. Unless the sale is advertised and announced as a sale without reserves, each lot may be offered subject to reserve. Auction Company may implement such reserves by bidding through its representatives on behalf of the Owner. L. Bidding. Auction Company reserves the right to reject a bid from any bidder. The auctioneer has the right to split any bidding increment and to advance the bidding in any manner as the auctioneer may decide. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the buyer. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the auctioneer shall have sole and final discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to re-offer and resell the article in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, the sale record of Auction Company shall be conclusive in all respects. M. Auctioneer's Discretion. If the auctioneer determines that any opening bid is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, he may reject the same and withdraw the article from the sale. If having accepted an opening bid, the auctioneer decides that any advance thereafter is not of sufficient amount, he may reject the advance. N. Successful Bid. On the fall of the auctioneer's hammer, title to the offered lot will pass from Owner to the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer, subject to these Conditions of Sale set forth herein, and such bidder (a) assumes full risk and responsibility therefore (b) if requested will sign a confirmation of purchase and (c) will pay the purchase price in full or such part as Auction Company may require for all lots purchased. O. Collateral/Security. The Buyer grants Auction Company a security interest in the purchase property and Auction Company may retain as collateral security for the Bidder's obligations to Auction Company any property or monies held or received by Auction Company for the account of the Bidder. Payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until Auction Company has collected funds represented by checks, or, in the case of bank or cashier?s checks, until Auction Company has confirmed their authenticity. Bidder agrees that a 1-1/2% per month late charge will be imposed on the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with all of the conditions set forth herein and agrees to pay any returned check charges that may be incurred. P. Non-Payment. If the Bidder does not make full payment for the purchases within the time required, Auction Company is authorized in its absolute and sole discretion to exercise one or more of the following remedies, in addition to other remedies available to Auction Company and the Owner: Auction Company is authorized to: (a) hold the buyer liable for the total purchase price; (b) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the Buyer; (c) resell the property at public auction or private sale with terms that Auction Company deems appropriate; (d) to resell the property at public auction without reserve and the Buyer shall be liable for any deficiency, cost, handling charges and the expenses of both sales and the commissions on both sales; (e) to offset the full purchase price against any amount owed by Auction Company to the Buyer; (f) to not allow any bids at any upcoming auctions by or on behalf of the Buyer; and (h) to take other actions as Auction Company find necessary and appropriate. The Buyer grants Auction Company a security interest in any property in Auction Company?s possession which is owned by such Buyer and Auction Company is authorized to hold such property as collateral security for such Buyer?s obligations. Buyer shall be liable to Auction Company for all other charges incurred because of Buyer's non-payment, including attorney fees, expenses and incidental damages. As between Auction Company and Owner, if the successful bidder does not pay for the property, collection procedures shall be the responsibility of the Consignor and not Auction Company. Q. Limitation of Liability. If, for any reason a purchased lot cannot delivered in the same condition as at the time of sale, or should any purchased lot be stolen, miss-delivered or lost prior to delivery, Auction Company shall not be liable for any amount more than that paid by the buyer. R. Governing Law and Jurisdiction. The Conditions of Sale, as well as the Buyer's, Owner's and Auction Company's respective rights and obligations shall be governed, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Pennsylvania. All persons participating in any auction sale, whether as bidder or consignor, whether present in person or by agent, or by absentee bid, order bid, telephone, internet or other means, consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state courts located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. S. Severability. If any part of the Conditions of Sale is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part shall be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent of the law. NOTE: Condition reports, photos and video or digital images are provided as a courtesy and should not be used as a substitute for viewing the items in person. All items are sold "as is" in accordance with the Conditions of Sale. YOUR BIDDING ACKNOWLEDGES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE CONDITIONS OF SALE.
Listing Information
Hundreds of Advertising Signs, ephemera, and promotional items.

1
Assorted Advertising Promotional Whistles
Plastic construction. Assorted Businesses. 18 pieces total.

2
(2) New Jersey 1930 License Plates
Condition: Overall Good. With paint loss, wear and paint age fading.

3
Vintage Atlantic Gasoline Sign
13" x 9". Steel construction with enamel porcelain finish. Expected wear with areas of surface rust. Condition: Overall good.

4
Assorted Vintage Tobacco Advertising Cards
Condition: Overall good with expected signs of use, wear and age.

5
Assorted Vintage Tin Candy Display Tags
Average 6"l. Including various clips from display stands.

6
(3) Bottle Banks
Including 2 Lucky Joe banks and a Lincoln bank. Condition: Overall good with expected signs of age.


8
(2) Early Art Glass Pieces
Slag Glass Juice pitcher. 6-1/2"h. Coin spot pattern bottle. 6"h.

9
4 Pieces of Assorted Ruby Art Glass
Average 7"h. Condition: Overall good.

10
5 Assorted Automotive Hats
Condition: Overall good with expected signs of use and wear.

11
Assorted 1950's Era Manheim Ribbons
Condition: Overall Fair with loss, age discoloration and wear on ribbons.

12
(2) New Jersey 1937 License Plates
Condition: Overall fair with normal discoloration and signs of age.

13
(2) 1935 New Jersey License Plates
Condition: Overall fair with normal discoloration and signs of age.

14
(2) Early Figural Form Items
Including cast iron figure with alligator bottle opener. 4"h. Early Japan figure with outhouse. 3"h. Condition: Overall good with expected signs of age and wear.

15
(2) Vintage Advertising Cans
Including sewing machine can and Miller rubber repair kit. Condition: Overall fair with signs of wear and age.

16
1866 Masland Rug and Carpet Fabric Label
Made by C.H Masland & Sons in Carlisle, PA.


18
Amco Feeds Advertising Signs
Early steel construction. 35"l x25"h. Condition: Significant loss to right side and surface rust.

19
Vintage Counter Top Spool Display
Tin and Glass construction. 15-1/4"l. J & P Coats.

20
(2) Primitive Dolls
9.5" Composition jointed doll that has excessive age craising and wear with unusual spring jointed arms. 6" Celluloid doll.

21
Vintage Hudson Chick Feeder
Early galvanized steel construction. 11.5"l. Various finish wear and light surface rust.

22
Merriam's Bevel Clinch Rivets
Tin box with assorted needles. 6.5"l x 5.5" w x 1.5"d. Various finish wear and loss with pressure dents to exterior.

23
1914 Pennsylvania License Plate
Has 2 areas of paint repair on the number 4s.

24
Columbia Family Scale w/Advertising Box
Tongue and Groove Advertising box. 11"w. Scale has various finish wear, surface rust and loss.

25
Crate of Chemung Embossed Bottles
Bottles 10"h. Crate 27.75"l x 11"w. Condition: Expected finish wear and signs of use.

26
Primitive Winder
Early steel and wood construction. 33"h.

27
Primitive Wooden Foundry Mold
17.75" diameter. Expected signs of use wear and age.

28
Vintage Beadwork Pillow
9.5" x 8". Assorted applied glass beads. Expected wear with minor bead loss and areas of light separation to cloth and pillow.

29
Primitive Washer
Wood and stamp steel construction. 26.5"h. Expected signs of age with surface rust.

30
Advertising Service Sign
Early steel enameled construction. 24" x24". Areas of enameling loss with surface rust.

31
(9) Embossed Brewery Bottles
Including James Morral from Danville PA. Germania, Rever Bottling Company, and others. Average Height 9". Overall good condition with expected signs of use wear and age.



34
(2) Vintage Tin Litho Noise Makers
Halloween rattle has loss to handle. Tin litho 16"h.

35
(3) 19th Century Purses
Chain mail and metal bead construction. Condition: Overall good with expected signs of use and wear.

36
(4) Milk Glass
Including Apollo 11 mug, 2 Ranger Joe mugs and Ranger Joe bowl.

37
Rose Pattern Pressed Glass Water Pitcher
Vintage 10" Water Pitcher with (5) 4" tumblers. Condition: Overall good.

38
(3) Ruby Glassware
Includes Czechoslovakian acid-etched covered candy dish and 2 decorated tumblers.

39
Boston 1911 Local Camp Clerks Assoc. Pin
Condition: Great; on original paper backing.



42
New Old Stock Mason Jar Rings
With Twizzlers candy box. Couples Top Seal Jar rings in great condition and includes all original packaging.

43
Primitive Swifting Company Advertising Sign
Early Steel and Porcelain construction 42"l . Emaneling rust and areas of rust and pitting.



46
Vintage Counter Top Grater
Manufactured in New York. Overall good condition with finish wear. With original wooden plunger.

47
Rolling Green Park Raffle Tickets
Royal Swan day raffle tickets from 1964.

48
(7) Pocket Knives
Manufactured by Robeson and assorted Japan manufacturers.

49
(12) McCormick's Castor Oil Bottles
7"h. 8oz Bottles in original shipping box.

50
Vintage Texaco Crankcase Service Sign
30" x30". Early Steel construction. Various enameling loss and signs of age.

51
19th Century Hand Mixer
11"h. Wooden handle and glass canister.

52
Vintage Pipe holder
Early cast metal construction.

53
Pair 19th Century Candle Sconces
Wiring deterioration and signs of age.

54
(2) Vintage Jadeite Shaker
5"h. Good Condition. One has crack on back side.

55
Vintage Green Depression Hand Mixer
11"h. Green Wooden Handle and glass canister. Condition: Good.

56
2 Early Native American Souvenir Drums
With Painted coverings. Condition: Good.


58
Painted Wooden Firkin
12"h. 10.25" diameter. Missing lid. Signs of various paint loss and wear with later applied paint.

59
Franklin Sugar Box
22.5"l x14"h x 15.5w. Various finish wear, loss and signs of age.

60
World War II Honorable Discharge Binder
With Merit badges and VFW pins.




64
(2) The Cloister and The Hearth Books
Copyright 1893 by Harper and Brothers. Fair condition with age discoloration, binding loss and wear.


66
(5) Assorted Calendar Supplement Pages
By North American Philadelphia Area. 1906 and 1919.

67
Advertising Ephemera
Includes automotive, cooking related, and others.


69
Grocery World 1903 Magazines
Fair condition with wear, minor loss and rough edges.




73
Pennsylvania 1898 Road Book
Overall good condition.

74
Sensation Smoking Tobacco Tin
7.5"l x5"h x5"w. Various finish loss and surface rust.



77
Art Glass Pieces
Including ring holder, handled bud vases measuring 6"h and glass basket measuring 6"l.

78
Vintage White Koster Child's Wagon
38" long. Primitive wood and metal construction. Overall good condition with expected signs of age and use.

79
Early Automotive Running Lights
38"l with 10" diameter head lamps.


81
Lincoln Lubrigun
Restored condition. Overall great.

82
Silver Cup Tobacco Shipping Box
22"h x 16"w x14" deep. With expected signs of use and wear. Loss to top flap.

83
Big Strip Bowling Coin Operated Game
58.5"h x 22"w. Unknown working condition.

84
Vintage Farm Bureau Member Service Sign
14" x11". Early Tin Construction. Finish wear and loss.

85
Primitive Wooden Bucket
12" Diameter. 12"h. With early metal strap bands.


87
18th C. Gone-With-The-Wind-Style Fluid Light
28"h. With paint-decorated shade. Overall good condition.

88
Pr Vintage Smokey The Bear Bumper Stickers
17"l x 2" wide. Overall Good condition.







95
Remington Wooden Ammo Box
14.5"l x 8.5"w x 8"h



98
2006 Longaberger Double-Handled Basket
21" long. Weaving loss to top of basket.



101

102
Daily Chronicle Newspaper Holder
18"l x6" Diameter. Early Pressed steel construction with paint-decorated finish.

103
Refinished 4 Drawer Oak Countertop Cabinet
18.5"h x 21"w x 15" deep. Refinished with later applied porcelain knobs.

104
(2) Roseville Freesia Pattern Vases
6.25"h. Overall good condition. One vase has minor chip on base.

105
Planters Peanut Glass Canister
10"h x 7.5" diameter. Overall good condition. Later applied glass lid.

106
Double-Handled Pottery Jardiniere
8" tall x 10" diameter. Overall good condition.

107
Hershey's Chocolate Counter Top Display
Plastic construction. 17.5"l x 12.5w.



110
Razors and Blades
Gillette, Schick, Every Ready, etc.

111
Imperlux Crystal Bowl
8.5" Diameter. In original package. Like new condition.



114
Duquesne Pilsner Beer Lighted Adv. Clock
Clock Lights up and operates.14.5" diameter. Normal age wear to painted face




118
Tin Farmers Union Members Sign
16" x 10". Overall good condition with minor finish loss and surface rust.

119
Store Display Pipe Rack
Cardboard construction. 23"h x 15"w. Overall good condition with rough edges and age discoloration.

120
Superior Dairy Advertising Clock
19" x 19". Clock operates, but does not light up.

121
(4) 10" Diameter Stoneware Pie Plates
Condition: Good with expected signs of age.

122
Capewell Number 7 Horse Nails in Box
In original tongue and groove shipping box. 9.5"w x 11"l.

123
1887 Family Bible
Printer by John E. Potter and Company in Philadelphia.


125
The Sparkler Pom-Pom Christmas Tree in Box
17" x 7". Condition: Good with discoloration and wear to original box.

126
Golden Acres Seed Advertising Sign
47.5"h x 29"w. Early steel construction. Assorted finish wear, loss and areas of surface rust.

127
Bell System Public Telephone Sign
11" x 11". Good condition with minor enameling loss and surface rust.


129
Carburetor Enamel Counter Top Display
13"w. Early pressed steel construction.

130
Primitive Dixon's Axle Grease Shipping Box
18" x 16". Fair condition with finish wear and signs of age.



133
Western Smokeless Power Ammo Box
9-1/4 in. Good condition with expected signs of use wear and age.

134
Eagle Electrical Supply Counter Top Display
21.5" x 29" x 12.5". Early pressed steel construction. Condition: Good with expected finished wear.







141
Vintage Mobile Gas Window Pane
28.5" x 32.25". Repainted frame.

142
Advertising Barrel Keg
From Boxville PA. 19.5l. 16" diameter. Refinished construction.

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Hess Auction Group

Hess Auction Group


Contact: John M. Hess
Phone: (717) 664-5238
Sale Location
1667 Cider Press Road
Manheim, PA 17545
Sale Dates and Times
Friday Jan 22, 2021 Completed
Saturday Feb 6, 2021 Completed
Sale Terms and Conditions
Auction Terms & Conditions John M. Hess Auction Service, Inc. - 717-664-5238 Pick up Date: Tuesday, Feb. 9th from12-5 Hess Auction Group does not ship items. All purchases must be picked up at: 1667 Cider Press Road Manheim, PA 17545 Items must be picked up on Tuesday, January 26th from 8-4 or the items will be forfeit. If you would like to have items shipped please contact a local shipper immediately following the close of the auction, you will pay the shipper directly for any packing and shipping costs. UPS #3230: 717-733-1482 UPS #1005: 717-898-9303 Postal Connection: 717-399-9076 All items MUST be picked up on the stated pickup dates. No exceptions can be made. Hess Auction Group will not be able to hold items past the stated pick up date(s). Buyers will be charged full amount and will forfeit the items if they are not picked up on the stated pick up dates. Any Prospective Bidder (hereinafter referred to as Bidder and sometimes Buyer) who bids on any item, hereby agrees to these Conditions of Sale of John M. Hess Auction Service, Inc. (also d/b/a Conestoga Auction Company, Hess Auction Group) (hereinafter referred to as the Auction Company) relative to property being offered for sale at auction. These Conditions of Sale and all other contents of the catalog are subject to amendment by the Auction Company by the posting of notices or by oral announcements made. Auction Company has made every effort to catalog and correctly describe the property to be sold, however, all lots are sold 'AS IS' and should be examined prior to bidding. Flaws and imperfections caused in the making are not noted. Expect normal wear and oxidation on antique metal wares and crazing and normal glaze loss on pottery and ceramics. Any additional condition questions should be made 24 hours prior to the start of the auction to allow for our staff to review the items. In all matters, the records of the Auction will be final. By participating in any sale, the Bidder agrees to be bound by the following terms and conditions: A. This Auction has a 15% Buyers Premium B. BIDDING INCREMENTS: The auctioneers will be using set bid increments. If you have placed absentee bids that do not follow the set increments, your bid will be executed at the set lower increment. C. ON-LINE BIDDING: Auction Company will not be responsible for any omissions, errors or slow communications. D. PAYMENT: Payment must be made prior to removal from the auction house. Failure to do so may result in forfeiture of items. E. Credit Cards will be processed within 1 hour of the auction or 8:am the following business day F. SHIPPING: Auction Company does not pack or ship any items in house. Buyer pays shipping cost directly to shipper. All items are sent through the a third party shipping company. All international customers are responsible for their own taxes and tariffs based upon the actual selling price. The declared value cannot be of lesser value than purchase price. Please contact either: * The UPS Store at store1005@comcast.net (717)-898-9303 * Postal connections 717-399-9076 for any shipping inquiries regarding any potential shipping costs prior to the auction or post-auction inquires. Please direct all your shipping questions to the above-mentioned names, as we do not ship in-house and are not able to answer these questions. G. AS IS: Bidder agrees that before the Sale, Bidder or Bidder's agents should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size and whether or not it has been repaired or restored. Bidder is responsible for satisfying himself or herself concerning the condition of the property and the matters referred to in the Catalog. Condition reports, photos and video or digital images are provided as a courtesy and should not be used as a substitute for viewing the items in person. All statements made in the catalog or in the condition report or made orally or in writing elsewhere are statements of opinion and are not to be relied on as statements of fact. Auction Company and the underlying owner of the property being sold ('Owner') assume no risk, liability or responsibility for the authenticity of the authorship of any property identified in this catalog. All property is sold "as is" and neither Auction Company nor the Owner make any warranties or representations of any kind or nature with respect to the property being sold, and no statement in the catalog or made at the sale, or in the bill of sale or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed an assumption of liability or warranty or representation as to the description, genuineness, attribution, provenance or condition of the property. Auction Company and the Owner make no representations as to whether Bidder acquires any reproduction rights in the property being sold at the Sale. H. Withdrawal. Auction Company reserves the right to withdraw any property before sale and shall have no liability for such withdrawal. I. Bid Per Lot. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer, all bids are per lot as numbered in the Catalog. J. Video or digital images. At some auctions a video or digital screen may be used. Auction Company is not liable for any errors in the operation or quality of the image presented. K. Reserves. Unless the sale is advertised and announced as a sale without reserves, each lot may be offered subject to reserve. Auction Company may implement such reserves by bidding through its representatives on behalf of the Owner. L. Bidding. Auction Company reserves the right to reject a bid from any bidder. The auctioneer has the right to split any bidding increment and to advance the bidding in any manner as the auctioneer may decide. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the buyer. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the auctioneer shall have sole and final discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to re-offer and resell the article in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, the sale record of Auction Company shall be conclusive in all respects. M. Auctioneer's Discretion. If the auctioneer determines that any opening bid is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, he may reject the same and withdraw the article from the sale. If having accepted an opening bid, the auctioneer decides that any advance thereafter is not of sufficient amount, he may reject the advance. N. Successful Bid. On the fall of the auctioneer's hammer, title to the offered lot will pass from Owner to the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer, subject to these Conditions of Sale set forth herein, and such bidder (a) assumes full risk and responsibility therefore (b) if requested will sign a confirmation of purchase and (c) will pay the purchase price in full or such part as Auction Company may require for all lots purchased. O. Collateral/Security. The Buyer grants Auction Company a security interest in the purchase property and Auction Company may retain as collateral security for the Bidder's obligations to Auction Company any property or monies held or received by Auction Company for the account of the Bidder. Payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until Auction Company has collected funds represented by checks, or, in the case of bank or cashier?s checks, until Auction Company has confirmed their authenticity. Bidder agrees that a 1-1/2% per month late charge will be imposed on the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with all of the conditions set forth herein and agrees to pay any returned check charges that may be incurred. P. Non-Payment. If the Bidder does not make full payment for the purchases within the time required, Auction Company is authorized in its absolute and sole discretion to exercise one or more of the following remedies, in addition to other remedies available to Auction Company and the Owner: Auction Company is authorized to: (a) hold the buyer liable for the total purchase price; (b) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the Buyer; (c) resell the property at public auction or private sale with terms that Auction Company deems appropriate; (d) to resell the property at public auction without reserve and the Buyer shall be liable for any deficiency, cost, handling charges and the expenses of both sales and the commissions on both sales; (e) to offset the full purchase price against any amount owed by Auction Company to the Buyer; (f) to not allow any bids at any upcoming auctions by or on behalf of the Buyer; and (h) to take other actions as Auction Company find necessary and appropriate. The Buyer grants Auction Company a security interest in any property in Auction Company?s possession which is owned by such Buyer and Auction Company is authorized to hold such property as collateral security for such Buyer?s obligations. Buyer shall be liable to Auction Company for all other charges incurred because of Buyer's non-payment, including attorney fees, expenses and incidental damages. As between Auction Company and Owner, if the successful bidder does not pay for the property, collection procedures shall be the responsibility of the Consignor and not Auction Company. Q. Limitation of Liability. If, for any reason a purchased lot cannot delivered in the same condition as at the time of sale, or should any purchased lot be stolen, miss-delivered or lost prior to delivery, Auction Company shall not be liable for any amount more than that paid by the buyer. R. Governing Law and Jurisdiction. The Conditions of Sale, as well as the Buyer's, Owner's and Auction Company's respective rights and obligations shall be governed, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Pennsylvania. All persons participating in any auction sale, whether as bidder or consignor, whether present in person or by agent, or by absentee bid, order bid, telephone, internet or other means, consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state courts located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. S. Severability. If any part of the Conditions of Sale is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part shall be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent of the law. NOTE: Condition reports, photos and video or digital images are provided as a courtesy and should not be used as a substitute for viewing the items in person. All items are sold "as is" in accordance with the Conditions of Sale. YOUR BIDDING ACKNOWLEDGES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE CONDITIONS OF SALE.
Listing Details
Hundreds of Advertising Signs, ephemera, and promotional items.

1
Assorted Advertising Promotional Whistles
Plastic construction. Assorted Businesses. 18 pieces total.

2
(2) New Jersey 1930 License Plates
Condition: Overall Good. With paint loss, wear and paint age fading.

3
Vintage Atlantic Gasoline Sign
13" x 9". Steel construction with enamel porcelain finish. Expected wear with areas of surface rust. Condition: Overall good.

4
Assorted Vintage Tobacco Advertising Cards
Condition: Overall good with expected signs of use, wear and age.

5
Assorted Vintage Tin Candy Display Tags
Average 6"l. Including various clips from display stands.

6
(3) Bottle Banks
Including 2 Lucky Joe banks and a Lincoln bank. Condition: Overall good with expected signs of age.


8
(2) Early Art Glass Pieces
Slag Glass Juice pitcher. 6-1/2"h. Coin spot pattern bottle. 6"h.

9
4 Pieces of Assorted Ruby Art Glass
Average 7"h. Condition: Overall good.

10
5 Assorted Automotive Hats
Condition: Overall good with expected signs of use and wear.

11
Assorted 1950's Era Manheim Ribbons
Condition: Overall Fair with loss, age discoloration and wear on ribbons.

12
(2) New Jersey 1937 License Plates
Condition: Overall fair with normal discoloration and signs of age.

13
(2) 1935 New Jersey License Plates
Condition: Overall fair with normal discoloration and signs of age.

14
(2) Early Figural Form Items
Including cast iron figure with alligator bottle opener. 4"h. Early Japan figure with outhouse. 3"h. Condition: Overall good with expected signs of age and wear.

15
(2) Vintage Advertising Cans
Including sewing machine can and Miller rubber repair kit. Condition: Overall fair with signs of wear and age.

16
1866 Masland Rug and Carpet Fabric Label
Made by C.H Masland & Sons in Carlisle, PA.


18
Amco Feeds Advertising Signs
Early steel construction. 35"l x25"h. Condition: Significant loss to right side and surface rust.

19
Vintage Counter Top Spool Display
Tin and Glass construction. 15-1/4"l. J & P Coats.

20
(2) Primitive Dolls
9.5" Composition jointed doll that has excessive age craising and wear with unusual spring jointed arms. 6" Celluloid doll.

21
Vintage Hudson Chick Feeder
Early galvanized steel construction. 11.5"l. Various finish wear and light surface rust.

22
Merriam's Bevel Clinch Rivets
Tin box with assorted needles. 6.5"l x 5.5" w x 1.5"d. Various finish wear and loss with pressure dents to exterior.

23
1914 Pennsylvania License Plate
Has 2 areas of paint repair on the number 4s.

24
Columbia Family Scale w/Advertising Box
Tongue and Groove Advertising box. 11"w. Scale has various finish wear, surface rust and loss.

25
Crate of Chemung Embossed Bottles
Bottles 10"h. Crate 27.75"l x 11"w. Condition: Expected finish wear and signs of use.

26
Primitive Winder
Early steel and wood construction. 33"h.

27
Primitive Wooden Foundry Mold
17.75" diameter. Expected signs of use wear and age.

28
Vintage Beadwork Pillow
9.5" x 8". Assorted applied glass beads. Expected wear with minor bead loss and areas of light separation to cloth and pillow.

29
Primitive Washer
Wood and stamp steel construction. 26.5"h. Expected signs of age with surface rust.

30
Advertising Service Sign
Early steel enameled construction. 24" x24". Areas of enameling loss with surface rust.

31
(9) Embossed Brewery Bottles
Including James Morral from Danville PA. Germania, Rever Bottling Company, and others. Average Height 9". Overall good condition with expected signs of use wear and age.



34
(2) Vintage Tin Litho Noise Makers
Halloween rattle has loss to handle. Tin litho 16"h.

35
(3) 19th Century Purses
Chain mail and metal bead construction. Condition: Overall good with expected signs of use and wear.

36
(4) Milk Glass
Including Apollo 11 mug, 2 Ranger Joe mugs and Ranger Joe bowl.

37
Rose Pattern Pressed Glass Water Pitcher
Vintage 10" Water Pitcher with (5) 4" tumblers. Condition: Overall good.

38
(3) Ruby Glassware
Includes Czechoslovakian acid-etched covered candy dish and 2 decorated tumblers.

39
Boston 1911 Local Camp Clerks Assoc. Pin
Condition: Great; on original paper backing.



42
New Old Stock Mason Jar Rings
With Twizzlers candy box. Couples Top Seal Jar rings in great condition and includes all original packaging.

43
Primitive Swifting Company Advertising Sign
Early Steel and Porcelain construction 42"l . Emaneling rust and areas of rust and pitting.



46
Vintage Counter Top Grater
Manufactured in New York. Overall good condition with finish wear. With original wooden plunger.

47
Rolling Green Park Raffle Tickets
Royal Swan day raffle tickets from 1964.

48
(7) Pocket Knives
Manufactured by Robeson and assorted Japan manufacturers.

49
(12) McCormick's Castor Oil Bottles
7"h. 8oz Bottles in original shipping box.

50
Vintage Texaco Crankcase Service Sign
30" x30". Early Steel construction. Various enameling loss and signs of age.

51
19th Century Hand Mixer
11"h. Wooden handle and glass canister.

52
Vintage Pipe holder
Early cast metal construction.

53
Pair 19th Century Candle Sconces
Wiring deterioration and signs of age.

54
(2) Vintage Jadeite Shaker
5"h. Good Condition. One has crack on back side.

55
Vintage Green Depression Hand Mixer
11"h. Green Wooden Handle and glass canister. Condition: Good.

56
2 Early Native American Souvenir Drums
With Painted coverings. Condition: Good.


58
Painted Wooden Firkin
12"h. 10.25" diameter. Missing lid. Signs of various paint loss and wear with later applied paint.

59
Franklin Sugar Box
22.5"l x14"h x 15.5w. Various finish wear, loss and signs of age.

60
World War II Honorable Discharge Binder
With Merit badges and VFW pins.




64
(2) The Cloister and The Hearth Books
Copyright 1893 by Harper and Brothers. Fair condition with age discoloration, binding loss and wear.


66
(5) Assorted Calendar Supplement Pages
By North American Philadelphia Area. 1906 and 1919.

67
Advertising Ephemera
Includes automotive, cooking related, and others.


69
Grocery World 1903 Magazines
Fair condition with wear, minor loss and rough edges.




73
Pennsylvania 1898 Road Book
Overall good condition.

74
Sensation Smoking Tobacco Tin
7.5"l x5"h x5"w. Various finish loss and surface rust.



77
Art Glass Pieces
Including ring holder, handled bud vases measuring 6"h and glass basket measuring 6"l.

78
Vintage White Koster Child's Wagon
38" long. Primitive wood and metal construction. Overall good condition with expected signs of age and use.

79
Early Automotive Running Lights
38"l with 10" diameter head lamps.


81
Lincoln Lubrigun
Restored condition. Overall great.

82
Silver Cup Tobacco Shipping Box
22"h x 16"w x14" deep. With expected signs of use and wear. Loss to top flap.

83
Big Strip Bowling Coin Operated Game
58.5"h x 22"w. Unknown working condition.

84
Vintage Farm Bureau Member Service Sign
14" x11". Early Tin Construction. Finish wear and loss.

85
Primitive Wooden Bucket
12" Diameter. 12"h. With early metal strap bands.


87
18th C. Gone-With-The-Wind-Style Fluid Light
28"h. With paint-decorated shade. Overall good condition.

88
Pr Vintage Smokey The Bear Bumper Stickers
17"l x 2" wide. Overall Good condition.







95
Remington Wooden Ammo Box
14.5"l x 8.5"w x 8"h



98
2006 Longaberger Double-Handled Basket
21" long. Weaving loss to top of basket.



101

102
Daily Chronicle Newspaper Holder
18"l x6" Diameter. Early Pressed steel construction with paint-decorated finish.

103
Refinished 4 Drawer Oak Countertop Cabinet
18.5"h x 21"w x 15" deep. Refinished with later applied porcelain knobs.

104
(2) Roseville Freesia Pattern Vases
6.25"h. Overall good condition. One vase has minor chip on base.

105
Planters Peanut Glass Canister
10"h x 7.5" diameter. Overall good condition. Later applied glass lid.

106
Double-Handled Pottery Jardiniere
8" tall x 10" diameter. Overall good condition.

107
Hershey's Chocolate Counter Top Display
Plastic construction. 17.5"l x 12.5w.



110
Razors and Blades
Gillette, Schick, Every Ready, etc.

111
Imperlux Crystal Bowl
8.5" Diameter. In original package. Like new condition.



114
Duquesne Pilsner Beer Lighted Adv. Clock
Clock Lights up and operates.14.5" diameter. Normal age wear to painted face




118
Tin Farmers Union Members Sign
16" x 10". Overall good condition with minor finish loss and surface rust.

119
Store Display Pipe Rack
Cardboard construction. 23"h x 15"w. Overall good condition with rough edges and age discoloration.

120
Superior Dairy Advertising Clock
19" x 19". Clock operates, but does not light up.

121
(4) 10" Diameter Stoneware Pie Plates
Condition: Good with expected signs of age.

122
Capewell Number 7 Horse Nails in Box
In original tongue and groove shipping box. 9.5"w x 11"l.

123
1887 Family Bible
Printer by John E. Potter and Company in Philadelphia.


125
The Sparkler Pom-Pom Christmas Tree in Box
17" x 7". Condition: Good with discoloration and wear to original box.

126
Golden Acres Seed Advertising Sign
47.5"h x 29"w. Early steel construction. Assorted finish wear, loss and areas of surface rust.

127
Bell System Public Telephone Sign
11" x 11". Good condition with minor enameling loss and surface rust.


129
Carburetor Enamel Counter Top Display
13"w. Early pressed steel construction.

130
Primitive Dixon's Axle Grease Shipping Box
18" x 16". Fair condition with finish wear and signs of age.



133
Western Smokeless Power Ammo Box
9-1/4 in. Good condition with expected signs of use wear and age.

134
Eagle Electrical Supply Counter Top Display
21.5" x 29" x 12.5". Early pressed steel construction. Condition: Good with expected finished wear.







141
Vintage Mobile Gas Window Pane
28.5" x 32.25". Repainted frame.

142
Advertising Barrel Keg
From Boxville PA. 19.5l. 16" diameter. Refinished construction.

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Live & Online- ADVERTISING, PRIMITIVES & AMERICANA AUCTION
 Live Auction w/Online Bidding
Sale Date(s)
Friday Jan 22, 2021 Completed
Saturday Feb 6, 2021 Completed
Sale Location

Manheim, PA 17545
Listing Terms and Conditions
Auction Terms & Conditions John M. Hess Auction Service, Inc. - 717-664-5238 Pick up Date: Tuesday, Feb. 9th from12-5 Hess Auction Group does not ship items. All purchases must be picked up at: 1667 Cider Press Road Manheim, PA 17545 Items must be picked up on Tuesday, January 26th from 8-4 or the items will be forfeit. If you would like to have items shipped please contact a local shipper immediately following the close of the auction, you will pay the shipper directly for any packing and shipping costs. UPS #3230: 717-733-1482 UPS #1005: 717-898-9303 Postal Connection: 717-399-9076 All items MUST be picked up on the stated pickup dates. No exceptions can be made. Hess Auction Group will not be able to hold items past the stated pick up date(s). Buyers will be charged full amount and will forfeit the items if they are not picked up on the stated pick up dates. Any Prospective Bidder (hereinafter referred to as Bidder and sometimes Buyer) who bids on any item, hereby agrees to these Conditions of Sale of John M. Hess Auction Service, Inc. (also d/b/a Conestoga Auction Company, Hess Auction Group) (hereinafter referred to as the Auction Company) relative to property being offered for sale at auction. These Conditions of Sale and all other contents of the catalog are subject to amendment by the Auction Company by the posting of notices or by oral announcements made. Auction Company has made every effort to catalog and correctly describe the property to be sold, however, all lots are sold 'AS IS' and should be examined prior to bidding. Flaws and imperfections caused in the making are not noted. Expect normal wear and oxidation on antique metal wares and crazing and normal glaze loss on pottery and ceramics. Any additional condition questions should be made 24 hours prior to the start of the auction to allow for our staff to review the items. In all matters, the records of the Auction will be final. By participating in any sale, the Bidder agrees to be bound by the following terms and conditions: A. This Auction has a 15% Buyers Premium B. BIDDING INCREMENTS: The auctioneers will be using set bid increments. If you have placed absentee bids that do not follow the set increments, your bid will be executed at the set lower increment. C. ON-LINE BIDDING: Auction Company will not be responsible for any omissions, errors or slow communications. D. PAYMENT: Payment must be made prior to removal from the auction house. Failure to do so may result in forfeiture of items. E. Credit Cards will be processed within 1 hour of the auction or 8:am the following business day F. SHIPPING: Auction Company does not pack or ship any items in house. Buyer pays shipping cost directly to shipper. All items are sent through the a third party shipping company. All international customers are responsible for their own taxes and tariffs based upon the actual selling price. The declared value cannot be of lesser value than purchase price. Please contact either: * The UPS Store at store1005@comcast.net (717)-898-9303 * Postal connections 717-399-9076 for any shipping inquiries regarding any potential shipping costs prior to the auction or post-auction inquires. Please direct all your shipping questions to the above-mentioned names, as we do not ship in-house and are not able to answer these questions. G. AS IS: Bidder agrees that before the Sale, Bidder or Bidder's agents should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size and whether or not it has been repaired or restored. Bidder is responsible for satisfying himself or herself concerning the condition of the property and the matters referred to in the Catalog. Condition reports, photos and video or digital images are provided as a courtesy and should not be used as a substitute for viewing the items in person. All statements made in the catalog or in the condition report or made orally or in writing elsewhere are statements of opinion and are not to be relied on as statements of fact. Auction Company and the underlying owner of the property being sold ('Owner') assume no risk, liability or responsibility for the authenticity of the authorship of any property identified in this catalog. All property is sold "as is" and neither Auction Company nor the Owner make any warranties or representations of any kind or nature with respect to the property being sold, and no statement in the catalog or made at the sale, or in the bill of sale or invoice or elsewhere shall be deemed an assumption of liability or warranty or representation as to the description, genuineness, attribution, provenance or condition of the property. Auction Company and the Owner make no representations as to whether Bidder acquires any reproduction rights in the property being sold at the Sale. H. Withdrawal. Auction Company reserves the right to withdraw any property before sale and shall have no liability for such withdrawal. I. Bid Per Lot. Unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer, all bids are per lot as numbered in the Catalog. J. Video or digital images. At some auctions a video or digital screen may be used. Auction Company is not liable for any errors in the operation or quality of the image presented. K. Reserves. Unless the sale is advertised and announced as a sale without reserves, each lot may be offered subject to reserve. Auction Company may implement such reserves by bidding through its representatives on behalf of the Owner. L. Bidding. Auction Company reserves the right to reject a bid from any bidder. The auctioneer has the right to split any bidding increment and to advance the bidding in any manner as the auctioneer may decide. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the buyer. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the auctioneer shall have sole and final discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to re-offer and resell the article in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, the sale record of Auction Company shall be conclusive in all respects. M. Auctioneer's Discretion. If the auctioneer determines that any opening bid is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, he may reject the same and withdraw the article from the sale. If having accepted an opening bid, the auctioneer decides that any advance thereafter is not of sufficient amount, he may reject the advance. N. Successful Bid. On the fall of the auctioneer's hammer, title to the offered lot will pass from Owner to the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer, subject to these Conditions of Sale set forth herein, and such bidder (a) assumes full risk and responsibility therefore (b) if requested will sign a confirmation of purchase and (c) will pay the purchase price in full or such part as Auction Company may require for all lots purchased. O. Collateral/Security. The Buyer grants Auction Company a security interest in the purchase property and Auction Company may retain as collateral security for the Bidder's obligations to Auction Company any property or monies held or received by Auction Company for the account of the Bidder. Payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until Auction Company has collected funds represented by checks, or, in the case of bank or cashier?s checks, until Auction Company has confirmed their authenticity. Bidder agrees that a 1-1/2% per month late charge will be imposed on the total purchase price if payment is not made in accordance with all of the conditions set forth herein and agrees to pay any returned check charges that may be incurred. P. Non-Payment. If the Bidder does not make full payment for the purchases within the time required, Auction Company is authorized in its absolute and sole discretion to exercise one or more of the following remedies, in addition to other remedies available to Auction Company and the Owner: Auction Company is authorized to: (a) hold the buyer liable for the total purchase price; (b) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the Buyer; (c) resell the property at public auction or private sale with terms that Auction Company deems appropriate; (d) to resell the property at public auction without reserve and the Buyer shall be liable for any deficiency, cost, handling charges and the expenses of both sales and the commissions on both sales; (e) to offset the full purchase price against any amount owed by Auction Company to the Buyer; (f) to not allow any bids at any upcoming auctions by or on behalf of the Buyer; and (h) to take other actions as Auction Company find necessary and appropriate. The Buyer grants Auction Company a security interest in any property in Auction Company?s possession which is owned by such Buyer and Auction Company is authorized to hold such property as collateral security for such Buyer?s obligations. Buyer shall be liable to Auction Company for all other charges incurred because of Buyer's non-payment, including attorney fees, expenses and incidental damages. As between Auction Company and Owner, if the successful bidder does not pay for the property, collection procedures shall be the responsibility of the Consignor and not Auction Company. Q. Limitation of Liability. If, for any reason a purchased lot cannot delivered in the same condition as at the time of sale, or should any purchased lot be stolen, miss-delivered or lost prior to delivery, Auction Company shall not be liable for any amount more than that paid by the buyer. R. Governing Law and Jurisdiction. The Conditions of Sale, as well as the Buyer's, Owner's and Auction Company's respective rights and obligations shall be governed, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Pennsylvania. All persons participating in any auction sale, whether as bidder or consignor, whether present in person or by agent, or by absentee bid, order bid, telephone, internet or other means, consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state courts located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. S. Severability. If any part of the Conditions of Sale is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part shall be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent of the law. NOTE: Condition reports, photos and video or digital images are provided as a courtesy and should not be used as a substitute for viewing the items in person. All items are sold "as is" in accordance with the Conditions of Sale. YOUR BIDDING ACKNOWLEDGES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE CONDITIONS OF SALE.
Hundreds of Advertising Signs, ephemera, and promotional items.

1
Assorted Advertising Promotional Whistles
Plastic construction. Assorted Businesses. 18 pieces total.

2
(2) New Jersey 1930 License Plates
Condition: Overall Good. With paint loss, wear and paint age fading.

3
Vintage Atlantic Gasoline Sign
13" x 9". Steel construction with enamel porcelain finish. Expected wear with areas of surface rust. Condition: Overall good.

4
Assorted Vintage Tobacco Advertising Cards
Condition: Overall good with expected signs of use, wear and age.

5
Assorted Vintage Tin Candy Display Tags
Average 6"l. Including various clips from display stands.

6
(3) Bottle Banks
Including 2 Lucky Joe banks and a Lincoln bank. Condition: Overall good with expected signs of age.

7

8
(2) Early Art Glass Pieces
Slag Glass Juice pitcher. 6-1/2"h. Coin spot pattern bottle. 6"h.

9
4 Pieces of Assorted Ruby Art Glass
Average 7"h. Condition: Overall good.

10
5 Assorted Automotive Hats
Condition: Overall good with expected signs of use and wear.

11
Assorted 1950's Era Manheim Ribbons
Condition: Overall Fair with loss, age discoloration and wear on ribbons.

12
(2) New Jersey 1937 License Plates
Condition: Overall fair with normal discoloration and signs of age.

13
(2) 1935 New Jersey License Plates
Condition: Overall fair with normal discoloration and signs of age.

14
(2) Early Figural Form Items
Including cast iron figure with alligator bottle opener. 4"h. Early Japan figure with outhouse. 3"h. Condition: Overall good with expected signs of age and wear.

15
(2) Vintage Advertising Cans
Including sewing machine can and Miller rubber repair kit. Condition: Overall fair with signs of wear and age.

16
1866 Masland Rug and Carpet Fabric Label
Made by C.H Masland & Sons in Carlisle, PA.

17

18
Amco Feeds Advertising Signs
Early steel construction. 35"l x25"h. Condition: Significant loss to right side and surface rust.

19
Vintage Counter Top Spool Display
Tin and Glass construction. 15-1/4"l. J & P Coats.

20
(2) Primitive Dolls
9.5" Composition jointed doll that has excessive age craising and wear with unusual spring jointed arms. 6" Celluloid doll.

21
Vintage Hudson Chick Feeder
Early galvanized steel construction. 11.5"l. Various finish wear and light surface rust.

22
Merriam's Bevel Clinch Rivets
Tin box with assorted needles. 6.5"l x 5.5" w x 1.5"d. Various finish wear and loss with pressure dents to exterior.

23
1914 Pennsylvania License Plate
Has 2 areas of paint repair on the number 4s.

24
Columbia Family Scale w/Advertising Box
Tongue and Groove Advertising box. 11"w. Scale has various finish wear, surface rust and loss.

25
Crate of Chemung Embossed Bottles
Bottles 10"h. Crate 27.75"l x 11"w. Condition: Expected finish wear and signs of use.

26
Primitive Winder
Early steel and wood construction. 33"h.

27
Primitive Wooden Foundry Mold
17.75" diameter. Expected signs of use wear and age.

28
Vintage Beadwork Pillow
9.5" x 8". Assorted applied glass beads. Expected wear with minor bead loss and areas of light separation to cloth and pillow.

29
Primitive Washer
Wood and stamp steel construction. 26.5"h. Expected signs of age with surface rust.

30
Advertising Service Sign
Early steel enameled construction. 24" x24". Areas of enameling loss with surface rust.

31
(9) Embossed Brewery Bottles
Including James Morral from Danville PA. Germania, Rever Bottling Company, and others. Average Height 9". Overall good condition with expected signs of use wear and age.

32

33

34
(2) Vintage Tin Litho Noise Makers
Halloween rattle has loss to handle. Tin litho 16"h.

35
(3) 19th Century Purses
Chain mail and metal bead construction. Condition: Overall good with expected signs of use and wear.

36
(4) Milk Glass
Including Apollo 11 mug, 2 Ranger Joe mugs and Ranger Joe bowl.

37
Rose Pattern Pressed Glass Water Pitcher
Vintage 10" Water Pitcher with (5) 4" tumblers. Condition: Overall good.

38
(3) Ruby Glassware
Includes Czechoslovakian acid-etched covered candy dish and 2 decorated tumblers.

39
Boston 1911 Local Camp Clerks Assoc. Pin
Condition: Great; on original paper backing.

40

41

42
New Old Stock Mason Jar Rings
With Twizzlers candy box. Couples Top Seal Jar rings in great condition and includes all original packaging.

43
Primitive Swifting Company Advertising Sign
Early Steel and Porcelain construction 42"l . Emaneling rust and areas of rust and pitting.

44

45

46
Vintage Counter Top Grater
Manufactured in New York. Overall good condition with finish wear. With original wooden plunger.

47
Rolling Green Park Raffle Tickets
Royal Swan day raffle tickets from 1964.

48
(7) Pocket Knives
Manufactured by Robeson and assorted Japan manufacturers.

49
(12) McCormick's Castor Oil Bottles
7"h. 8oz Bottles in original shipping box.

50
Vintage Texaco Crankcase Service Sign
30" x30". Early Steel construction. Various enameling loss and signs of age.

51
19th Century Hand Mixer
11"h. Wooden handle and glass canister.

52
Vintage Pipe holder
Early cast metal construction.

53
Pair 19th Century Candle Sconces
Wiring deterioration and signs of age.

54
(2) Vintage Jadeite Shaker
5"h. Good Condition. One has crack on back side.

55
Vintage Green Depression Hand Mixer
11"h. Green Wooden Handle and glass canister. Condition: Good.

56
2 Early Native American Souvenir Drums
With Painted coverings. Condition: Good.

57

58
Painted Wooden Firkin
12"h. 10.25" diameter. Missing lid. Signs of various paint loss and wear with later applied paint.

59
Franklin Sugar Box
22.5"l x14"h x 15.5w. Various finish wear, loss and signs of age.

60
World War II Honorable Discharge Binder
With Merit badges and VFW pins.

61

62

63

64
(2) The Cloister and The Hearth Books
Copyright 1893 by Harper and Brothers. Fair condition with age discoloration, binding loss and wear.

65

66
(5) Assorted Calendar Supplement Pages
By North American Philadelphia Area. 1906 and 1919.

67
Advertising Ephemera
Includes automotive, cooking related, and others.

68

69
Grocery World 1903 Magazines
Fair condition with wear, minor loss and rough edges.

70

71

72

73
Pennsylvania 1898 Road Book
Overall good condition.

74
Sensation Smoking Tobacco Tin
7.5"l x5"h x5"w. Various finish loss and surface rust.

75

76

77
Art Glass Pieces
Including ring holder, handled bud vases measuring 6"h and glass basket measuring 6"l.

78
Vintage White Koster Child's Wagon
38" long. Primitive wood and metal construction. Overall good condition with expected signs of age and use.

79
Early Automotive Running Lights
38"l with 10" diameter head lamps.

80

81
Lincoln Lubrigun
Restored condition. Overall great.

82
Silver Cup Tobacco Shipping Box
22"h x 16"w x14" deep. With expected signs of use and wear. Loss to top flap.

83
Big Strip Bowling Coin Operated Game
58.5"h x 22"w. Unknown working condition.

84
Vintage Farm Bureau Member Service Sign
14" x11". Early Tin Construction. Finish wear and loss.

85
Primitive Wooden Bucket
12" Diameter. 12"h. With early metal strap bands.

86

87
18th C. Gone-With-The-Wind-Style Fluid Light
28"h. With paint-decorated shade. Overall good condition.

88
Pr Vintage Smokey The Bear Bumper Stickers
17"l x 2" wide. Overall Good condition.

89

90

91

92

93

94

95
Remington Wooden Ammo Box
14.5"l x 8.5"w x 8"h

96

97

98
2006 Longaberger Double-Handled Basket
21" long. Weaving loss to top of basket.

99

100

101

102
Daily Chronicle Newspaper Holder
18"l x6" Diameter. Early Pressed steel construction with paint-decorated finish.

103
Refinished 4 Drawer Oak Countertop Cabinet
18.5"h x 21"w x 15" deep. Refinished with later applied porcelain knobs.

104
(2) Roseville Freesia Pattern Vases
6.25"h. Overall good condition. One vase has minor chip on base.

105
Planters Peanut Glass Canister
10"h x 7.5" diameter. Overall good condition. Later applied glass lid.

106
Double-Handled Pottery Jardiniere
8" tall x 10" diameter. Overall good condition.

107
Hershey's Chocolate Counter Top Display
Plastic construction. 17.5"l x 12.5w.

108

109

110
Razors and Blades
Gillette, Schick, Every Ready, etc.

111
Imperlux Crystal Bowl
8.5" Diameter. In original package. Like new condition.

112

113

114
Duquesne Pilsner Beer Lighted Adv. Clock
Clock Lights up and operates.14.5" diameter. Normal age wear to painted face

115

116

117

118
Tin Farmers Union Members Sign
16" x 10". Overall good condition with minor finish loss and surface rust.

119
Store Display Pipe Rack
Cardboard construction. 23"h x 15"w. Overall good condition with rough edges and age discoloration.

120
Superior Dairy Advertising Clock
19" x 19". Clock operates, but does not light up.

121
(4) 10" Diameter Stoneware Pie Plates
Condition: Good with expected signs of age.

122
Capewell Number 7 Horse Nails in Box
In original tongue and groove shipping box. 9.5"w x 11"l.

123
1887 Family Bible
Printer by John E. Potter and Company in Philadelphia.

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The Sparkler Pom-Pom Christmas Tree in Box
17" x 7". Condition: Good with discoloration and wear to original box.

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Golden Acres Seed Advertising Sign
47.5"h x 29"w. Early steel construction. Assorted finish wear, loss and areas of surface rust.

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Bell System Public Telephone Sign
11" x 11". Good condition with minor enameling loss and surface rust.

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Carburetor Enamel Counter Top Display
13"w. Early pressed steel construction.

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Primitive Dixon's Axle Grease Shipping Box
18" x 16". Fair condition with finish wear and signs of age.

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Western Smokeless Power Ammo Box
9-1/4 in. Good condition with expected signs of use wear and age.

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Eagle Electrical Supply Counter Top Display
21.5" x 29" x 12.5". Early pressed steel construction. Condition: Good with expected finished wear.

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Vintage Mobile Gas Window Pane
28.5" x 32.25". Repainted frame.

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Advertising Barrel Keg
From Boxville PA. 19.5l. 16" diameter. Refinished construction.