Doug Graham, Auctioneer # AU005976
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AYP Today Warehouse Sale 20 - Closed - The bidding starts on 4/10/2019 @ 6:00pm EST and begins to end on 4/17/2019 @ 7:00pm

Item Description
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Elegant Pool Table made by Legacy Billiards. It has leather pockets. There are Queen Anne legs with ball and claw feet. The table is lined in red felt. It comes with a full complement of billiard balls, a triangle rack, a cue ball, and two brushes. This has solid wood construction.
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Location:Gal-B-9
2.
Collection of pool cues and a lovely stand, there is a deluxe cue repair kit still in package and boxes of pool cue chalk. There is a How To Play Pool Right Book, and a Stand that is made out of solid wood. There are two bridges, and beautiful wooden pool cues. Please let the pictures be your guide.
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Location:Gal-B-9
3.
Two high bar stools that have a chrome pedestal base with a foot rest. Also included is a high round top table with white marble and gray veining. It also has a polished chrome base. The chairs are made by Elecwish and are height adjustable. They are diamond tufted in red leather.
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Location:Gal-C-7
4.
Two beautiful Framed Cue Ball Prints, Break 'em By (7) and Solids & Stripes (5) by Susan Gillette. Susan Gillette grew up in Woodstock and Rhinebeck, New York in the 1960s. Born to a college professor she was surrounded by culture and beauty of the Hudson River Valley. Susan received her Bachelor of Fine Art from SUNY at Purchase under the tutelage of Antonio Frasconi and Murray Zimiles. She continued on to the School of Visual Arts for her Master of Fine Art and Art Education. Her education was punctuated by employment at many magazines as an illustrator. After teaching art at Washington Irving High School in lower Manhattan, and Saint Mary’s Grade School in Yonkers, New York, she moved to Phoenix, Arizona. Once in Phoenix she was hired as a printmaker/designer at Phoenix Art Group until she branched out on her own in 1997. Since that time her work has been offered through galleries in LA, Seattle, Phoenix, New York, Canada and the UK. Susan has worked in multiple mediums often combining printmaking, collage and painting. Susan currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with her husband. They enjoy travelling and outdoor activities. In these pieces, the numbers 7 and 5 are placed on the white mat and the Art Prints are framed under glass by Picture Source in Seattle Washington.
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Location:Foyer-2
5.
Three beautiful colored atmospheric photographs that are pencil signed. The artist was Wallace Nutting. The first one is Dressed as a Bride which measures 17" x 14", Afterglow which measures 10 1/2" x 14", and Over the Wall which measures 17" x 13". Mr. Nutting (1861-1941) was a U.S. minister, photographer, artist, and antiquarian, who is most famous for his landscape photos of New England. He also was an accomplished author, lecturer, furniture maker, antiques expert and collector. His atmospheric photographs helped spur the Colonial Revival style. In 1912, he published a catalog of prints that was 97 pages and included about 900 images. By 1915, Nutting claimed to be earning $1,000 per day. His photographs ranged in subject and price to suit a variety of tastes. His catalog included pastoral scenes such as views of abbeys, cathedrals, bridges, mountains, flowers, and winding roads. In the peak of his business, he employed about two hundred colorists. By his own account, Wallace Nutting sold ten million pictures. Wallace Nutting's colorists painted the photographs which he took. These colorists would sometimes sign Wallace Nutting's name on the photos which is why the signatures vary.
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Location:M14-D
6.
Selection of Mad Magazines and one Alfred E. Neuman figurine by Warner Brothers Studio. What - Me Worry? He is the fictitious mascot and cover boy of the Mad Magazine which started in 1952. These magazines include, And a Happy New Year from Mad, In this issue we shoot down Top Gun Mad, a Mad Magazine showing a helicopter with a giant Q-tip trying to clean out the Statue of Liberty's ear, Mad save 20 cents on this issue!, a Mad Thanksgiving issue, a Tootsie Mad issue, and Happy Birthday Charles Darwin. There's also a window decal "Schmuck on Board!" and several comic pages from various Mad Magazines.
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Location:M14-D
7.
Possible Brass Samovar Coffee Server. It has a wooden handle on the spicket and two holes at the bottom to allow for a sterno can. There is a top and two slender side handles. It measures 2 feet tall.
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Location:M14-D
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Three framed Frederic Remington prints of two cowboys and horses. They are framed and ready to hang. "Dismounted: The Fourth Troopers Moving" measures 21.5" x 17.5" "An Arizona Cowboy" measures 20" x 24" and "An Army Packer" measures 15" x 19". Remington (October 4, 1861-December 26, 1909) was an American painter, illustrator, sculptor, and writer who specialized in depictions of the American Old West, specifically concentrating on scenes from the last quarter of the 19th century in the Western United States and featuring images of cowboys, American Indians, and the U.S. Cavalry, among other figures from Western culture.
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Location:M14-B
9.
Two vintage Daggers the first has a horn for a handle and a wooden sheath. It is engraved with Angkor (Cambodia) and buildings on it. The second dagger has a metal blade that is protected by a leather sheath. Please let the pictures be your guide.
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Location:M14-D
10.
An antique Wooden Plane. Made by Stanley. It features a wooden handle and knob. This plane is a tool for shaping wood using muscle power to force the cutting blade over the wood surface. It can be adjusted for thickness.
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Location:M14-A
11.
Sports Illustrated This One was Really Super, a Pittsburgh Pirates National League Champs felt pennant from the 1960 World Series, a Consol Energy Beer Stein featuring the Pittsburgh Pirates victory over the New York Yankees. And a General Mills Wheaties box featuring the 30th anniversary of the NFL featuring Pittsburgh Steelers Terry Bradshaw. Perfect way to decorate the man cave.
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Location:M14-C
12.
An Arbitron Wristwatch featuring Yosemite Sam with a leather wristband. Part of Looney Tunes Armitron Collectibles. There is a vintage tin litho standing clown wind up toy made by J. Chein & Co. in the 1940's and a model car that is a black and white Chevy and a Franklin Mint Precision Model yellow roadster.
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Location:M14-C
13.
Three black and white pictures of Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd with Edgar Bergen the ventriloquist and the father of actress Candice Bergen. Their initial appearance (December 17, 1936) was so successful that the following year they were given regular cast rolls as part of The Chase and Sanborn Hour. Under various sponsors (and two different networks), they were on the air from May 9, 1937 to July 1, 1956.
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Location:M14-C
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A Vintage Charlie McCarthy Puppet with the original costuming as seen in pictures and it all fits in a suitcase. The dummy Charlie McCarthy was the creation of ventriloquist Edgar Bergen (1903-1978). Bergen first introduced McCarthy to radio audiences on Rudy Vallee’s show in 1936. The act was an instant hit; the following year Bergen and McCarthy began a successful run hosting the popular Chase and Sanborn Hour.
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Location:M14-B
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Four vintage signs, West View Park arrow sign, Post-Gazette For Sale Here, Camels (cigarettes) Sold Here, and a Bell System The Bell Telephone Co of Pennsylvania American Telephone & Telegraph Co. All are genuinely old except possibly the Bell System sign.
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Location:M14-B
16.
Collection of six beer steins of various sizes and colors, five have the beautiful pewter tops and thumb rests. They vary in size and shape and are stamped and marked on the bottom as seen in pictures. They feature animal scenes, village scenes and a beautiful blue and white one with floral three dimensional designs.
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Location:M14-B
17.
Possible Yamaha Flute number 371. It comes apart in three pieces as seen in pictures. Please note there is no case.
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Location:M14-B
18.
A vintage Autoharp is a musical instrument in the chorded zither family. It features a series of chord bars attached to dampers, which, when pressed, mute all of the strings other than those that form the desired chord. Dolly Parton playing 'Coat of Many Colors' on an Autoharp on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6me_kOQX3jQ
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Location:M14-A
19.
Mr. Beer Craft Beer Kit American logger. It comes with the tasting guide, the Brew Max Booster, and the plastic barrel. It has the instructions on the box as seen in pictures. Don't left the craft beer craze pass you by.
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Location:M14-A
20.
Framed British Pre-Decimal Currency that is mounted and framed under glass in a brown wooden frame. It features nine coins and the description of each is under the coin itself. These include a Half Crown, Shilling, Florin, SixPenny, Silver Threepence, Brass Threepence, Farthing, Penny and Half Penny.
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Location:M14-A
21.
Framed Picture of Franklin Roosevelt and beneath is a Franklin Roosevelt Dime. It is matted and framed under glass in a brown wooden frame. The dime is mounted into the mat itself.
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Location:M14-A
22.
Two of limited edition numbered colored pen and ink lithographs, the first is number 81/200 the artist has signed in the lower right hand corner. The second is 68/200 and signed by the artist. They are wired on the back and ready to hang. Intercraft Industries Collection 5202 75 Currier & Ives is on the back of the prints but that is a foil print of a farm house and not the works that show in the pictures.
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Location:M14-A
23.
Three beautiful colored photographs of two series of waterfalls, an oak tree in California, all measure 7" x 12". They are signed by the artist.
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Location:M14-A
24.
A colored print of Pittsburgh in 1876 framed by The Lamp in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. It measures 10.5" x 8".
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Location:M14-A
25.
Four framed reproduction prints including the Caught in the Circle by Frederic Remington measures 18" x 14.5" and a Vintage Elk Print by Willem S. deBeer that measures 25" x 19.5" The Outlaw print by Frederic Remington that measures 9" x 9" and a lovely unsigned print of two horse on the trail surrounding a lake that measures 11.5" x 4". They are all framed under glass in wooden frames.
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Location:M14-A
26.
Bronze Sculpture of a Cowboy with a Cavalier beard. He is wearing a cowboy hat, he is mounted on a horse and holding a coil of rope. Beautifully done.
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Location:M14-C
27.
Two McCoy Indian Chief Wall Pocket Planters, made in USA. They can hang on the wall as seen in pictures. They are marked McCoy on the back. They have a blue glaze and aqua glaze.
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Location:M14-C
28.
Wonderful Gonder Imperial Tankard #508 Pitcher with handle, It is marked 508 Gonder USA on the bottom. It was made by Gonder Ceramic Arts in Zanesville, Ohio between 1941 and 1957. We love the tiny starfish at the bottom. It measures 13 1/4 inches high at the highest point. It has a wonderful green glaze.
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Location:M14-D
29.
Two antique Doorstops including a cast iron Cow that is painted brown with green base and a Sheep that is cast iron and painted white that was made in Taiwan.
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Location:M14-F
30.
Delightful Cat Doorstop with the cat dressed as a bride carrying her bouquet. This is the cast iron doorstop that measures 10 inches high.
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Location:M14-F
31.
Victorian Floral Doorstop with the white vase serving as the base of the doorstop. It has lovely colored hand painted flowers. It is cast iron and is 7 1/2 inches tall. Known as Basket of Flowers #2.
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Location:M14-F
32.
Vintage house doorstop with white house blue shutters in red roof with the green tree and grass there's even a mailbox. It is felted with green felt and is painted white on the back. It is 8 inches wide. What a happy home!
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Location:M14-F
33.
Two Dog Banks the first is a hand painted Admiral Ceramic Dog Bust Coin Bank from Sigmas Taste Setter Collection from the 1970s. The second is a Reclining Boxer Coin Bank. It does have some change in it. It is unmarked and has lost some of its brown paint.
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Location:M14-F
34.
Two Cast Iron Coin Banks including a wonderful buffalo that is painted black and a wild boar that is painted brown complete with green grass and a red flower.
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Location:M14-F
35.
Nadeau hand painted clay Piggy Bank just incredible it's in colors of blue and green and yellow. This is a possibility for Nadeau - It is thought to have been given to babies born around the time of Christmas (Noël in French), and may also have derived from the Occitan word Nadau or Nadal, meaning 'Christmas'.
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Location:M14-F
36.
Two reproduction prints of Miss Anna Maria Mockels and Tulips by Jacob Gerritsz. Cuyp. And The second is a portrait of Miss Mockles and Tame Bird by Jacob Gerritsz. Cuyp . Framed by William H Combs in Detroit limits comes fine arts. Jacob Gerritszoon Cuyp (also Spelled Cuijp) (December 1594 – 1652) was a Dutch portrait and landscape painter, best known for his portraits. He was born and died in Dordrecht, and was the son of the stained glass designer Gerrit Gerritsz Cuyp, who moved to Dordrecht from Venlo. He was the half brother of Benjamin Gerritsz Cuyp and the father of the famous Dutch Golden Age painter Aelbert Cuyp.
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Location:M14-F
37.
İstanbul Mehmet Darbuka. It says handmade cymbals from Turkey on the top. It is a 12 inches high. Darbukas are made in the tradition of the original, esoteric goblet shaped drums found in music from Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Southern Asia. Meinl Darbukas are constructed from thin shells in various metals, each metal giving the different models their special timbre. The head is secured and tuned with external rings set close to the shell, in the Turkish style. Light yet powerful, the darbukas have a deep full bass. They are well suited for high pitched snapping sounds as well as a wide range of articulated "doum" and "tak" strokes. Istanbul Mehmet cymbals from Turkey are highly praised for their sound.
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Location:M14-F
38.
Two African drums I believe covered with hides and held together by string. There are two pottery pieces that form the base. They are hand-painted as seen in pictures and are 7 3/4 inches tall.
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Location:M14-E
39.
A Caribbean style Steel Drum that is painted in yellow and white stripes with a blue star and it is marked DOT-378-80 STC Ohio USA.
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Location:M14-E
40.
Relatively large Lighter. When you open it it is also a Cigarette Case.
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Location:M14-E
41.
Beautifully constructed jewelry box that has cloisonne pieces on the two doors and the lower drawer. The corners are marked and the drawer is lined in a green silk. The doors opened to reveal for more smaller drawers are also lined in green silk. There is a ornamented handle on the top for carrying the piece. It is made in China by Shanghai and measures 11 inches tall.
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Location:M14-E
42.
Ruger Mini 14 Lugar .223 caliber with nine ammunition clips. It has a wooden stock and sling. It comes with carrying case.
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Location:Gal-B pool table
43.
Three thin brass rubbing Images including Margaret Francis 1484 Isleham Cambs England, the second is Sir Thomas Peyton 1484 Isleham Cambs England and the third is Margaret Bernard 1450 Isleham Cambs England.They all are framed in matching beautiful gold tone frames and mounted on black matting. They measure 18" x 35".Thomas Peyton (1418–1484) of Isleham, Cambridgeshire, was twice Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, in 1443 and 1453. He rebuilt the church of St Andrew's in Isleham, in the chancel of which survives his monumental brass.
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Location:Foyer-4
44.
Knight thin brass rubbing Image from one of the various medieval burial monument plates found in churches across England Rubbing the originals was very popular. Copied engraved brass memorial plaque (most made in the 14th or 15th centuries). A royal illegible stamp made in England is on the back.
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Location:Foyer-4
45.
Hildersham can boast of an early sixteenth century brass to a person unknown in the form of a shrouded skeleton. It is an excellent instance of this rare type, its anatomy a geometric amalgamation of bone and sinew, complete with Catherine wheel nipples. I have also seen in recorded as Mortality Brass 1530 - facsimile at Ely Cathedral by Thomas Fisher.
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Location:Foyer-4
46.
Renaissance Chess Set by E.S. Lowe including the chess pieces that are in black and white and they are all in Renaissance styling. It is also features a black and white chessboard. It comes with the original red box.
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Location:M-17-A
47.
Four Letterpress Printers Blocks that are mounted on wood. These include a house, a village, lines of music and many types of musical instruments as seen in pictures. They are all ready to hang on your wall. Perfect to hang on the wall or print your own wrapping paper or stationary with them.
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Location:M-14-E
48.
Kobalt Toolbox that opens and has two independent drawers. It is filled with wrenches and ratchets please let the pictures be your guide. The toolbox measures 12" x 20.5". There is even a small American Flag!
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Location:M17-E
49.
Snap Shop by Workshop including its easy to use. Choose the right fastener for your job and use the universal plier to snap it together. The instructions are on the inside of the case. Also included is a Pro Stapler by Crane number 615 type B and it also has a box of Duo Fast Staplers made by Crain Cutter Company Inc. made in the USA. It comes with the heavy duty plastic carrying case.
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Location:M17-E
50.
Bauer Rapid Charger and 20 V Drill Set together with a red and black fabric case and instructions. This also comes with a Black & Decker Hammer Drill. It also comes with a heavy duty black and orange carrying case.
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Location:M17-C
51.
Cylindrical Lock Boring Jig it comes with instructions and accessories. Made by Porter Cable making professional power tools since 1906. It comes with heavy duty black and carrying case.
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Location:M17-E
52.
Heavy duty Milwaukee Hole Hawg made by Milwaukee Electric Tool Company in Brookfield, Wisconsin and it is an electric model.
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Location:M17-C
53.
A yellow and black Heat gun, a Grommet wrench still in its package, A Straight-line three-piece Laser System comes with the original box and a Ryobi jigsaw model JS451L.
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Location:M17-D
54.
Ryobi Table Top Tile Saw model WS 721. Tile Saw features portability with its compact size that is designed for fast and secure setup. The tile saw cuts through ceramic, porcelain and stone tiles up to 1-1/4 in.
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Location:M17-F
55.
Craftsman Router with a Black & Decker Set of Router Bits. Also included is a Craftsman Commercial Router with a selection of bids for that machine as well. Please let the pictures be your guide
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Location:M17-B
56.
Craftsman Table Saw number 926481 with the Ryobi Router mounted to the bottom.
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Location:M17-D
57.
Honda 5 hp overhead cam 260 psi Engine.
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Location:M17-B
58.
Two circular saws blades by DeWalt. The 12 inch 8QT and the 12 8OT. The 80 2T is not in the package as mentioned on the label.
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Location:M17-F
59.
A possible stone Eagle that has been shaped in a triangle shape and mounted on a green fabric background. It is framed in a silver tone frame underclass. It's beautifully carved and constructed.
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Location:M17-A
60.
A Portable foot Pump Organ with a singular keyboard and two petals. It is serial number 110-7644. And it can be folded together and carried in its wooden case. It measures 30" x 11" x 16.5" when closed.
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Location:Gal A 6 floor

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