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Saturday, December 12, 2015
Large Variety Antique Auction
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Over 500 pieces of antique, vintage, and costume jewelry; antique glass including European cutback crystal; Depression glass; Fenton; condiment sets; Early American pattern glass; toothpick collection and more. China including hand-painted German and Nippon; English bone china; copper luster collection; Fiesta dinnerware and more. Antique dolls, doll glassware, and china sets; children’s books; miniature sad irons; antique toys including vehicles, trains, BB guns, candy containers, and more. Primitives; advertising match holders; walking canes, and a variety of smalls; dog doorstops, lamps include over 50 antique floor lamps; table, miniature lamps, lamp parts, and shades. Pottery including figural Red Riding Hood; Roseville; California pottery, and more. Large variety of antique and vintage art work; Victorian Silverplate; sterling silver items.
There are many great buying opportunities in this sale. Hundreds of individual and group lots will be included in this huge auction.
Dealers, do not miss it!
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