500+ Lots Multi Estate Public Auction
Listing ID#: 161109

Auction Location
714 Beach Ave
Cape May , NJ 08204
Auction Dates and Times
Thursday Oct 24, 12:00 pm
Auction Type
 Live Auction 
Company Information
Bodnar's Auction Sales

Contact: Joseph Bodnar
Phone: 866-349-7378
Email: joebodnar@bodnarsauction.com
Website: www.bodnarsauction.com

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Listing Terms and Conditions
Payment: Payment must be made in full during or at the conclusion of the sale. We take cash or approved check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, and American Express. Absentee bidders may pay by PayPal. A 15% Buyers Premium will be added to the final bid price to all lots sold. A 7% New Jersey Sales tax will be charged unless you have completed an appropriate re-sale form (NJ residents a ST-3 form and Nonresidents a ST-3 NR. This form must be completed and signed by the owner of the company and you must be in the antiques and re-sell business. We have the right to decline your Sales tax number if you don’t produce the appropriate information. We have the right to hold you merchandise until a check clears. A check can be written only if you fill out the appropriate credit card information on your registration form. We also reserve the right to request a cash deposit on any buyer. If you walk out without paying your bill on auction day, a 5% late fee will be added to your final bill. If the open invoice is then not paid with-in 10 days a 10% fee will be added the final bill and it will be handed over to the local authorities as theft by deception and it will be handed over to a collective agency. All collection fees will be charged to the buyer. At the fall of the hammer you are in a binding contract with the seller and obligated to complete the transaction. Regardless of completion of the contract the auction house is entitled to the buyer’s premium. Registration Requirements: You must have some form of ID to register to bid at our auction. Required form of ID is a valid driver’s license, passport, residence photo ID, and a major credit card. We will not take a check for payment without a credit card number we hold in a secure file. If you do not have a credit card on file you will be cash or credit card payment only policy. We will not take starter bank checks as payment. Without a credit card we will ask for a cash deposit. Conditions of Items Sold: All items and lots are sold as-is, where-is, you the buyer know it to be with no refunds, no returns and no exchanges. Purchasers should take advantage of inspection opportunities to satisfy any questions they might have as to the condition, age, repairs, etc. of any item being offered. All sales are final. We guarantee all precious metals for 48 hours. We handle many estate items and personal property thus we sell antiques, collectibles, new and old item as well as reproductions, It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to make their own judgment how old an item is that is not in a catalog setting. Claims: No Claims will be allowed once you leave the auction facilities. If you have an issue with something you bid on you must bring it to the attention of the office and we will do our best to achieve an appropriate outcome. Please remember we are a public auction and not a retail establishment. In an auction setting all sales are final. Returned Checks: If a check is returned for NSF you will be notified immediately. A $35.00 fee will be charged and you credit card on file will be charged for the amount owed and the fee. If your credit card is declined or you don’t make good on the check within (3) days a 10% handling fee will be charged in addition to the bounced check fee and it will be handed over to the Edison Police department. Delivery and taking procession of items sold: At the fall of the hammer the buyers becomes the owner of the said property. Just because you haven’t paid for you items doesn’t mean it’s not your. It is the buyer’s sole responsibility to secure the items or lots they buy. If an item is stolen at the auction we will do the best we can to help you recover the items however it is your responsibility to watch and secure your items. We will not refund you any amount of money for an item stolen or miss-placed. There are surveillance cameras posted all around the facilities and we will gladly review them on your behalf. The sale is also audio taped for security purposes. All items must be removed the day of sale at buyer’s expense. Any item left behind becomes property of auction house and is not responsible for lost or damaged items. Items to be picked up at our storage facilities will be charged no less than a $25.00 fee. Delivery is available, please talk with auction staff or office for details. Bidding at the auction indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions of the sale. In the event of a refund for any reason, we will refund the purchase price only, excluding the buyers premium. Absentee and phone bids are accepted, a 20% buyer’s premium on the first $500.00 will be charged and then the normal buyer’s premium will be in effect. We do all we can to execute absentee bids however we will not be responsible if an absentee bid was missed or not executed to its fullest. If you are the high bidder you will be notified within 2 weeks of the sale and the item can be picked up at our next auction of shipped at the buyer’s expense. After (60) days we are not responsible for items left in our storage. Disputes: In the event of a bid coming in at the fall of the hammer, the auctioneer may re-open the lot however it is the sole discretion of the auctioneer to do so. In the event of a dispute on your bill, you will pay the bill in full and the auction will be audited with-in 2 weeks. At that time we will either notify you of the outcome or send you a refund check. Pooling or working together as buyers to reduce the selling price is a Federal crime. It is a violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act. This practice will not be tolerated at our auction and violators will be reported to the FBI. In the event of an underpayment or overpayment, we will make the adjustment on the credit card on file.
Listing Information

1st Annual Bodnar’s at the Jersey Shore Auction Event

 

 

Thursday October 24, 2019

500+ Lots Multi-Estate Public Auction

 

Sale Day doors open 9:00am

at the Cape May Convention Center

 714 Beach Ave, Cape May, NJ 08204

 

Hidden Treasures Presentation & Appraisals at 9:30am

Auction Begins at 12:00 Noon

 

 

We are proud to announce we will be having our first annual auction and appraisal day on Thursday October 24, 2019 at the Cape May Convention Center. For many years my wife & I have vacationed in Cape May, from the Christmas parade to many 3-day excursions eating at the numerous 5-star restaurants, we decided to bring our auction to this historical town. We believe our niche of specializing in Antiques & Estate Liquidation will bring an exciting new annual event to the town. With the backdrop of the auction overlooking the ocean, this promises to be a great break from the normal 12-hour events in Edison. Whether you live in town and want to experience all the excitement or you’re a seasoned Bodnar’s attendee and want to have a shore town experience, we promise to deliver you a quality auction and a good time!    

 

Part one of this exciting event will be a presentation on the Antiques & Collectible industry and how auctions work. Joe Bodnar has been in the auction profession for over 20 years leading the industry in bringing collections to the market place. His leadership in the New Jersey State Society of Auctioneers as a board member, vice president & president has earned him respect in the auction industry. He is also a member of the National Auctioneers Association, The Train Collectors Association and New York Auctioneers association. He has taken many classes at NYU in the appraisal field and has completed continuing educations thru such venues. Mr. Bodnar and his well devised staff will be giving auction value appraisals for $10.00 per item. The proceeds will be shared with The Community Food Closet of Cape May. Only 100 tickets will be on sale so make sure you get them while you can! For Tickets please call the Cape May Convention Center at (609) 884-9565

 

We will be evaluating Antiques, Collectibles, Art, Jewelry, Toys, Dolls, Trains, Sterling Silver, Furniture, Glassware, and anything else you can think of! Find out if you have a Hidden Treasure lurking on your shelf! See what’s hot in the auction industry. The event is open to the public for free with the lecture & auction. Appraisals will be $10.00 each and are limited to the first 100 tickets sold. Doors open at 9:00am and appraisals will be done up to 12 noon prior to the live auction event.

 

Like the PBS Antiques Roadshow? Find Storage Wars entertaining? Now is the time to come to a live event and see it in person!

 

 

 

FRESH ESTATE COLLECTIONS

Offered at NO RESERVE!

Buy, Sell, Consign! Get in The Action!

 

 

500+ Lots Multi-Estate Public Auction.

Preview Thursday October 24, 2019 9:30am

Auction to Begin at 12 Noon

 

We will be selling over 500 lots of Antiques & Collectibles! Featuring Glassware, Furniture, Jewelry, Collectibles, Toys, Dolls, Trains, Local Memorabilia, Paper goods, Fine Estate Jewelry, Atlantic City collectibles, Art, Lighting, Bronzes, Plus Much More!

 

This sale will Feature:

Large collection of Nautical Items!

Nice Copper Boat Weathervane plus other Quality Rare Nautical items!

Collection of Listed Artiest Ship Paintings!

Estate Collection of Vintage Advertising!

Huge Selection of Quality 18th, 19th Century Furniture including many Victorian Pieces!

Selection of nice Spool Cabinets and Country Primitives!

Collection of Estate Jewelry in Sterling, 14K & 18K Gold!

Quality Glassware, Porcelain and Decorative Arts!

Selection of Quality 19th & 20th Century Listed Art from Many New Jersey & Pennsylvanian Artists!

 

Over 500+ Lots Will Be Offered! Full Details on Our Web-Site!

 

This sale will feature a nice collection of Nautical items including a large selection of quality art including a pair of watercolors of sail boats on the ocean by James Mitchell entitled Gretel, Wet Weather, watercolor by James Mitchell entitled Valkyrie III 1895, nice sailboat watercolor, oil on canvas of clipper ship signed H Cordes, 19th century pastel painting of sailboats signed H. Wright, charcoal, pen & ink nice harbor scene signed  Broadman, ocean scene signed by Pennsylvania artiest Don Hornberger(1921-2006), nice watercolor ocean & sailboat scene signed Mac S. Fisher (1923-1999) Philadelphia artist entitled Morning Ghosting, watercolor shore scene signed Rose Ranieri Kirkpatrick, 19th Century oil on canvas ship painting signed Frank Wilson entitled Nearing Home, 19th century oversized oil on canvas ship painting in process of being restored, nice oil on canvas clipper ship painting ties to Perth Amboy, NJ port needs restoration, oil on canvas British naval ship battle, plus other quality nautical paintings! Nice oversized 1920’s-30’s sailboat copper weathervane, quality bello fog horn signed Ministry of Transportation type approved number for marina type 1698 Nippon Tokyo September 1964, selection of ship lanterns, nice selection of ship models, 19th century clipper ship model, cabana racing sailboat model, Five Fataom cased ship model, ship model of the Dzimtenes Ceriba clipper ship, nice selection of Ship clocks, buoy ashtray, nice selection of duck decoys, nice seagull decoy, oversized egret decoy on driftwood, owl decoy, nice selection of brass cannons, brass cannon lighter, sailboat bookends, nice 1960’s artiest signed copper sailboat statue on marble base, United States Navy boat bell, 50-star clipper ship American flag over 10 feet long, plus other nautical items!

 

 

Estate Collection of vintage advertising including The London Assurance poster, Van Houten’s Cocoa poster, Jacob Hoffman Brewing Co New York, La Belle Chocolatier Walter Baker Co, Flower Girl advertisement, Crescent Flour advertisement, Fleischmann’s yeast tin advertisement, Granger Rough Cut Tobacco tin advertisement,  Tripco products hair supply advertisement, Wise potato chips tin advertising, Uncle John’s syrup, selection of political advertisements, Little Mat Blossom advertisement, Chase & Sanborn coffee plantation advertisement, Arrow collar & Shirts, Live Modern cigarettes advertisement, Red Gate Coffee, Tangle Foot advertisement, Rye Malt Gin, beer advertising, Bartels malt extract advertisement, Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills, Dutchess Trousers, Woonsocket Rubber Boots, White Rock advertising, plus other advertising posters & signs, Nice selection of advertising tins, selection of vintage postcards, post office cast iron box, table top stamp machine, selection of vintage paper advertising. Some newer advertising plus much more!

 

Other highlights to include oil on canvas race horse with jockey signed lower right Munford, Antonia Mastrochristino Sirena, American (1929-2006) Oil on board depicting an angelic looking young child signed Sirena. Watercolor the Great Blue Heron by James Fiorentino, watercolor the Great Grey Owl by James Fiorentino, watercolor of snow owl by James Fiorentino, pair of matched oil on canvases of beach shacks front & back, nice 19th century oversized oil on canvas depicting a 17th early 18th century man signed R. Dillon titled on back of canvas The Miser numbered 2341, plus other quality art!

 

Oversized oil on canvas signed lower left Thomas B. Griffin (1858-1918) landscape a proximality  4 foot by 5 foot,  oversized 19th century cow painting signed lower left, 19th century ship painting signed JR Niley NBA, pair of 19th century master done watercolors signed lower right.

 

Nice selection of spool cabinets including Star Twist Spool cabinet, Victorian 2-drawer table top spool cabinet, LN Leonard’s Silk North Hampton Mass swivel floor model spool/ribbon cabinet plus others, nice collection of over 15 Victorian gold-filled walking sticks/canes, collection of Hungarian Zsolnay art pottery figurines, Herend, Art Glass jack-in-the-pulpit vase signed by Flemington, NJ artiest Vandermark, art glass feather-pulled center bowl signed Vandermark, plus other Vandermark pieces, nice selection of quality art glass signed paperweights, Italian Art Glass nude woman statue signed, Lalique owl, Collection of quality Waterford bowls & vases with boxes, nice limited edition Waterford center compote with seahorse with box, Waterford bird figurine, nice collection of Swarovski figurines including Swarovski train set, oversized tiger, grouping of fish, nice seahorse, Whale collectors society pieces, Cong shell, puffer fishes plus much more Swarovski, collection of Boehm shore birds including Least Tern, Sandpipers, Artic Tern, Common Tern plus other quality pieces of Boehm figurines from Trenton NJ, nice collection of Jay Strongwater figurines including rare limited edition oversized Jungle Giraffe Savannah style #SDH1661274 in amber with box, Jay Strongwater Holiday Nativity set The Nativity artiest signed 2009 style# SDH1714450 with signed 2009 Creche style #SDH1713452 in boxes, selection of miniature Jay Strongwater figurines with boxes and signed stand plus more, Mason ironstone ship motif tea set, Royal Doulton Royal Flambé Foo Dog figurine, Victorian glassware, Steuben, nice pair of cut to clear shore design formal stems, pair of etched horse stems, bronze statues, nice hand-tooled burled walnut basket, small collection of Royal Crown Derby paperweights including pelican, Dolphin, seahorse plus other Royal Crown Derby, set of (12) hand-painted Bohemia cabinet plates, nice selection of framed butterflies, outstanding handmade beaded lobster center textile, pair of outstanding hand-beaded crab center textiles, selection of antique quilts, selection of hand-made rugs, nice 1920’s Sarouk prayer rug, Victorian wall hangings, antique bible from Jersey City, NJ, bronze casket box, rare the Rogers Locomotive Company Paterson, NJ 1893 locomotive catalog book, Camden, NJ early Press Badge, Atlantic City Special Detective police badge, pair of Victorian walking men andirons, nice heavily hand-carved Victorian sewing box signed New Jersey, nice selection of quality jewelry including 2 Cartier important 18K gold and diamond bracelets retailed for over $40,000.00 from a local estate, over 20 pieces including a collection of equestrian sterling silver pins, Victorian cameo pins, 14K diamond jewelry, nice sterling necklace with 4.30 ct aquamarine pendent, selection of Emerald & Ruby jewelry, plus much more!

 

Quality Furniture to include: pair of Victorian hand-carved toped dolphin fish decoration side chairs, Victorian burled walnut hand-carved dresser with mirror and secret drawer, Victorian hand-carved rosewood bottom half credenza in the manor of Meeks, hand-carved 19th century 2-piece oak blind china with carved monk motif, carved oak 19th century fall front bar/desk, Victorian hand-carved rosewood slipper chair, Victorian hand-carved walnut settee attributed to John Jelliff, Newark, New Jersey, Victorian curio sever in black & burled walnut attributed to Herter Brothers, Victorian walnut tilt-top table,  Victorian hand-carved arm chair, hand-carved inlaid cherub coffee table, Victorian marble toped washstand with candle backsplash, Victorian tall chest, Victorian marble-topped tables,  selection of Victorian wicker furniture, oak lectern, nice Edison Victrola, Victorian wicker boardwalk chair, 18th century shaker style chair, 19th century deacons bench, 19th century open pickling cabinet, nice 19th century work closet, 19th century corner cabinet, 18th century Period highboy top converted tall dresser, 19th century tall chest, rope-turn hand-carved side table, nice Federal flip-top game table, tilt-top table, 19th century blanket chest, Victorian Empire tall chest, Victorian mother of pearl inlaid sewing stand, nice Victorian Chess board table, 19th century tall case clock, plus much more!

 

Estate Gold Coin Collection offered at No Reserve! This is part 4 of the estate coin collection we have been selling. This collection will feature: 1901 US Liberty Head $20.00 gold coin, 1923 US Lady Head $20.00 gold coin, 1902 US Liberty Head $20.00 gold coin, 1930 cinco gold Pesos, 1903 US Liberty Head $10.00 gold coin, 1916 cautro peso gold coin, 1916, 1924,(3) 1925, & 1927 cinco pesos gold coins, 1867 sovereign Australia gold coin, 1884 sovereign Great Britain gold coin, 1866 sovereign Australia gold coin, 1910 US Lady Liberty $20.00 gold coin, several 1918 Mexican 20 pesos gold coins, plus other gold coins, US silver coins, nice selection of silver rupees, selection of 4 ad Indian coins, selection of ½ annas, plus others!

 

About the Artists:

 

JAMES FIORENTINO (b. 1977) is an American artist who currently resides in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. James's artwork was recognized at an early age. At the age of fifteen, James Fiorentino became the youngest artist ever to be featured in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum for his likeness of Reggie Jackson. In 1998, James became the youngest artist to be inducted into the prestigious New York Society of Illustrators, along with such artists as Norman Rockwell and Andrew Wyeth. A graduate of Drew University where James was also the starting shortstop for all four years of his college career. He has painted for and met many legends of the past and stars of today, including Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio, Cal Ripken Jr. , Arnold Palmer and Muhammad Ali to Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera and Albert Pujols. His photo-realism in watercolor has helped him become a nationally-known wildlife and portrait artist, painting people from everyday life to Presidents and Nobel Peace Prize winners. Many of James’ works currently grace the walls of notable museums, galleries, Universities, companies and private collections. James’ work has won numerous awards and can be seen nationally in books and magazines and on trading cards. In 2001, “The Fiorentino Collection” consisted of approximately 100 paintings for Upper Deck Trading Cards depicting legends in five major sports. James’ work and story has been carried on international and national television shows, and in magazines and newspapers.  Subjects for James are personal and what he observes around him. James is a member of the New Jersey Watercolor Society, Garden State Water Color Society, American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Society of Animal Artists and Artists for Conservation. James is also a trustee of the Raptor Trust of NJ and D & R Greenway Land Trust. 

 

A.M. SIRENA was born in White Plains, N.Y., on January 13th 1929. her father died a few months later. In 1931, because of the Depression, Sirena's mother went to her parents' native Italy, where starvation and then World War II, brought about the death of her eight children. Only Sirena survived when she was rescued from a burning train by an opera singer, who later discovered the little girl's four octave vocal range voice and trained her to sing grand opera. In 1943 Sirena made her singing debut in Naples. After the War, in 1947, Sirena returned to New York, where the Lew Walters Agency signed and booked her on singing engagements throughout the world. Years later, particularly because of an almost fatal illness, Sirena abandoned her singing career. After five cloistered years of self-taught painting, in 1965 she started showing her paintings in many renowned galleries, from the U.S.A. to Italy, France, Holland. Picasso said of Sirena's paintings: "They should be shown throughout the world..." In addition to painting, Sirena has composed music and lyrics, and also wrote poetry

 

American artist JAMES ARCHIBALD MITCHELL III (born 1932). Mitchell is known for marine art of coastlines and boats and ships, though he also painted classic New England barns. Mitchell was born in Baltimore and educated at the Art Students League, studying under Frank Riley.

 

DON HORNBERGER(American, 1921 - 2006) Famous landscape artist Don Hornberger is best known for his distinctive and recognizable skies, Hornberger was able to manipulate acrylics and water on unusual surfaces— although he painted on canvas, slate and Masonite, Hornberger believed his finest works were the skies he created on the reverse side of mylar, a technique he originated and mastered over many years. Mr. Hornberger was trained as a scientist, mathematician, and engineer working in the space program and later working for DuPont and working with Dupont product Mylar. In 1965, Don Hornberger decided to pursue an artistic life and began painting.

Hornberger's paintings are found in many museums, including the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, the Pratt Whitney Museum and the William Penn Museum. He is collected by the Rockefellers and Wyeths.

 

Thomas B. Griffin (1858-1918) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during the last half of the nineteenth century. His first formal art education was at the National Academy of Design in New York. While at the Academy, Griffin exhibited his very well executed impressionistic landscapes. In 1896, he listed his address as 340 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York. It was during this year that Griffin exhibited "Views from the Catskills (from Haine's Corners)" and "Hunter Mountain, Catskills," at the National Academy. Thomas B. Griffin later moved to Baltimore where he opened a studio and established himself as a painter of impressionistic landscapes.

 

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Contact: Joseph Bodnar
Phone: 866-349-7378
Sale Location
714 Beach Ave
Cape May , NJ 08204
Sale Dates and Times
Thursday Oct 24, 12:00 pm
Sale Terms and Conditions
Payment: Payment must be made in full during or at the conclusion of the sale. We take cash or approved check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, and American Express. Absentee bidders may pay by PayPal. A 15% Buyers Premium will be added to the final bid price to all lots sold. A 7% New Jersey Sales tax will be charged unless you have completed an appropriate re-sale form (NJ residents a ST-3 form and Nonresidents a ST-3 NR. This form must be completed and signed by the owner of the company and you must be in the antiques and re-sell business. We have the right to decline your Sales tax number if you don’t produce the appropriate information. We have the right to hold you merchandise until a check clears. A check can be written only if you fill out the appropriate credit card information on your registration form. We also reserve the right to request a cash deposit on any buyer. If you walk out without paying your bill on auction day, a 5% late fee will be added to your final bill. If the open invoice is then not paid with-in 10 days a 10% fee will be added the final bill and it will be handed over to the local authorities as theft by deception and it will be handed over to a collective agency. All collection fees will be charged to the buyer. At the fall of the hammer you are in a binding contract with the seller and obligated to complete the transaction. Regardless of completion of the contract the auction house is entitled to the buyer’s premium. Registration Requirements: You must have some form of ID to register to bid at our auction. Required form of ID is a valid driver’s license, passport, residence photo ID, and a major credit card. We will not take a check for payment without a credit card number we hold in a secure file. If you do not have a credit card on file you will be cash or credit card payment only policy. We will not take starter bank checks as payment. Without a credit card we will ask for a cash deposit. Conditions of Items Sold: All items and lots are sold as-is, where-is, you the buyer know it to be with no refunds, no returns and no exchanges. Purchasers should take advantage of inspection opportunities to satisfy any questions they might have as to the condition, age, repairs, etc. of any item being offered. All sales are final. We guarantee all precious metals for 48 hours. We handle many estate items and personal property thus we sell antiques, collectibles, new and old item as well as reproductions, It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to make their own judgment how old an item is that is not in a catalog setting. Claims: No Claims will be allowed once you leave the auction facilities. If you have an issue with something you bid on you must bring it to the attention of the office and we will do our best to achieve an appropriate outcome. Please remember we are a public auction and not a retail establishment. In an auction setting all sales are final. Returned Checks: If a check is returned for NSF you will be notified immediately. A $35.00 fee will be charged and you credit card on file will be charged for the amount owed and the fee. If your credit card is declined or you don’t make good on the check within (3) days a 10% handling fee will be charged in addition to the bounced check fee and it will be handed over to the Edison Police department. Delivery and taking procession of items sold: At the fall of the hammer the buyers becomes the owner of the said property. Just because you haven’t paid for you items doesn’t mean it’s not your. It is the buyer’s sole responsibility to secure the items or lots they buy. If an item is stolen at the auction we will do the best we can to help you recover the items however it is your responsibility to watch and secure your items. We will not refund you any amount of money for an item stolen or miss-placed. There are surveillance cameras posted all around the facilities and we will gladly review them on your behalf. The sale is also audio taped for security purposes. All items must be removed the day of sale at buyer’s expense. Any item left behind becomes property of auction house and is not responsible for lost or damaged items. Items to be picked up at our storage facilities will be charged no less than a $25.00 fee. Delivery is available, please talk with auction staff or office for details. Bidding at the auction indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions of the sale. In the event of a refund for any reason, we will refund the purchase price only, excluding the buyers premium. Absentee and phone bids are accepted, a 20% buyer’s premium on the first $500.00 will be charged and then the normal buyer’s premium will be in effect. We do all we can to execute absentee bids however we will not be responsible if an absentee bid was missed or not executed to its fullest. If you are the high bidder you will be notified within 2 weeks of the sale and the item can be picked up at our next auction of shipped at the buyer’s expense. After (60) days we are not responsible for items left in our storage. Disputes: In the event of a bid coming in at the fall of the hammer, the auctioneer may re-open the lot however it is the sole discretion of the auctioneer to do so. In the event of a dispute on your bill, you will pay the bill in full and the auction will be audited with-in 2 weeks. At that time we will either notify you of the outcome or send you a refund check. Pooling or working together as buyers to reduce the selling price is a Federal crime. It is a violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act. This practice will not be tolerated at our auction and violators will be reported to the FBI. In the event of an underpayment or overpayment, we will make the adjustment on the credit card on file.
Listing Details

1st Annual Bodnar’s at the Jersey Shore Auction Event

 

 

Thursday October 24, 2019

500+ Lots Multi-Estate Public Auction

 

Sale Day doors open 9:00am

at the Cape May Convention Center

 714 Beach Ave, Cape May, NJ 08204

 

Hidden Treasures Presentation & Appraisals at 9:30am

Auction Begins at 12:00 Noon

 

 

We are proud to announce we will be having our first annual auction and appraisal day on Thursday October 24, 2019 at the Cape May Convention Center. For many years my wife & I have vacationed in Cape May, from the Christmas parade to many 3-day excursions eating at the numerous 5-star restaurants, we decided to bring our auction to this historical town. We believe our niche of specializing in Antiques & Estate Liquidation will bring an exciting new annual event to the town. With the backdrop of the auction overlooking the ocean, this promises to be a great break from the normal 12-hour events in Edison. Whether you live in town and want to experience all the excitement or you’re a seasoned Bodnar’s attendee and want to have a shore town experience, we promise to deliver you a quality auction and a good time!    

 

Part one of this exciting event will be a presentation on the Antiques & Collectible industry and how auctions work. Joe Bodnar has been in the auction profession for over 20 years leading the industry in bringing collections to the market place. His leadership in the New Jersey State Society of Auctioneers as a board member, vice president & president has earned him respect in the auction industry. He is also a member of the National Auctioneers Association, The Train Collectors Association and New York Auctioneers association. He has taken many classes at NYU in the appraisal field and has completed continuing educations thru such venues. Mr. Bodnar and his well devised staff will be giving auction value appraisals for $10.00 per item. The proceeds will be shared with The Community Food Closet of Cape May. Only 100 tickets will be on sale so make sure you get them while you can! For Tickets please call the Cape May Convention Center at (609) 884-9565

 

We will be evaluating Antiques, Collectibles, Art, Jewelry, Toys, Dolls, Trains, Sterling Silver, Furniture, Glassware, and anything else you can think of! Find out if you have a Hidden Treasure lurking on your shelf! See what’s hot in the auction industry. The event is open to the public for free with the lecture & auction. Appraisals will be $10.00 each and are limited to the first 100 tickets sold. Doors open at 9:00am and appraisals will be done up to 12 noon prior to the live auction event.

 

Like the PBS Antiques Roadshow? Find Storage Wars entertaining? Now is the time to come to a live event and see it in person!

 

 

 

FRESH ESTATE COLLECTIONS

Offered at NO RESERVE!

Buy, Sell, Consign! Get in The Action!

 

 

500+ Lots Multi-Estate Public Auction.

Preview Thursday October 24, 2019 9:30am

Auction to Begin at 12 Noon

 

We will be selling over 500 lots of Antiques & Collectibles! Featuring Glassware, Furniture, Jewelry, Collectibles, Toys, Dolls, Trains, Local Memorabilia, Paper goods, Fine Estate Jewelry, Atlantic City collectibles, Art, Lighting, Bronzes, Plus Much More!

 

This sale will Feature:

Large collection of Nautical Items!

Nice Copper Boat Weathervane plus other Quality Rare Nautical items!

Collection of Listed Artiest Ship Paintings!

Estate Collection of Vintage Advertising!

Huge Selection of Quality 18th, 19th Century Furniture including many Victorian Pieces!

Selection of nice Spool Cabinets and Country Primitives!

Collection of Estate Jewelry in Sterling, 14K & 18K Gold!

Quality Glassware, Porcelain and Decorative Arts!

Selection of Quality 19th & 20th Century Listed Art from Many New Jersey & Pennsylvanian Artists!

 

Over 500+ Lots Will Be Offered! Full Details on Our Web-Site!

 

This sale will feature a nice collection of Nautical items including a large selection of quality art including a pair of watercolors of sail boats on the ocean by James Mitchell entitled Gretel, Wet Weather, watercolor by James Mitchell entitled Valkyrie III 1895, nice sailboat watercolor, oil on canvas of clipper ship signed H Cordes, 19th century pastel painting of sailboats signed H. Wright, charcoal, pen & ink nice harbor scene signed  Broadman, ocean scene signed by Pennsylvania artiest Don Hornberger(1921-2006), nice watercolor ocean & sailboat scene signed Mac S. Fisher (1923-1999) Philadelphia artist entitled Morning Ghosting, watercolor shore scene signed Rose Ranieri Kirkpatrick, 19th Century oil on canvas ship painting signed Frank Wilson entitled Nearing Home, 19th century oversized oil on canvas ship painting in process of being restored, nice oil on canvas clipper ship painting ties to Perth Amboy, NJ port needs restoration, oil on canvas British naval ship battle, plus other quality nautical paintings! Nice oversized 1920’s-30’s sailboat copper weathervane, quality bello fog horn signed Ministry of Transportation type approved number for marina type 1698 Nippon Tokyo September 1964, selection of ship lanterns, nice selection of ship models, 19th century clipper ship model, cabana racing sailboat model, Five Fataom cased ship model, ship model of the Dzimtenes Ceriba clipper ship, nice selection of Ship clocks, buoy ashtray, nice selection of duck decoys, nice seagull decoy, oversized egret decoy on driftwood, owl decoy, nice selection of brass cannons, brass cannon lighter, sailboat bookends, nice 1960’s artiest signed copper sailboat statue on marble base, United States Navy boat bell, 50-star clipper ship American flag over 10 feet long, plus other nautical items!

 

 

Estate Collection of vintage advertising including The London Assurance poster, Van Houten’s Cocoa poster, Jacob Hoffman Brewing Co New York, La Belle Chocolatier Walter Baker Co, Flower Girl advertisement, Crescent Flour advertisement, Fleischmann’s yeast tin advertisement, Granger Rough Cut Tobacco tin advertisement,  Tripco products hair supply advertisement, Wise potato chips tin advertising, Uncle John’s syrup, selection of political advertisements, Little Mat Blossom advertisement, Chase & Sanborn coffee plantation advertisement, Arrow collar & Shirts, Live Modern cigarettes advertisement, Red Gate Coffee, Tangle Foot advertisement, Rye Malt Gin, beer advertising, Bartels malt extract advertisement, Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills, Dutchess Trousers, Woonsocket Rubber Boots, White Rock advertising, plus other advertising posters & signs, Nice selection of advertising tins, selection of vintage postcards, post office cast iron box, table top stamp machine, selection of vintage paper advertising. Some newer advertising plus much more!

 

Other highlights to include oil on canvas race horse with jockey signed lower right Munford, Antonia Mastrochristino Sirena, American (1929-2006) Oil on board depicting an angelic looking young child signed Sirena. Watercolor the Great Blue Heron by James Fiorentino, watercolor the Great Grey Owl by James Fiorentino, watercolor of snow owl by James Fiorentino, pair of matched oil on canvases of beach shacks front & back, nice 19th century oversized oil on canvas depicting a 17th early 18th century man signed R. Dillon titled on back of canvas The Miser numbered 2341, plus other quality art!

 

Oversized oil on canvas signed lower left Thomas B. Griffin (1858-1918) landscape a proximality  4 foot by 5 foot,  oversized 19th century cow painting signed lower left, 19th century ship painting signed JR Niley NBA, pair of 19th century master done watercolors signed lower right.

 

Nice selection of spool cabinets including Star Twist Spool cabinet, Victorian 2-drawer table top spool cabinet, LN Leonard’s Silk North Hampton Mass swivel floor model spool/ribbon cabinet plus others, nice collection of over 15 Victorian gold-filled walking sticks/canes, collection of Hungarian Zsolnay art pottery figurines, Herend, Art Glass jack-in-the-pulpit vase signed by Flemington, NJ artiest Vandermark, art glass feather-pulled center bowl signed Vandermark, plus other Vandermark pieces, nice selection of quality art glass signed paperweights, Italian Art Glass nude woman statue signed, Lalique owl, Collection of quality Waterford bowls & vases with boxes, nice limited edition Waterford center compote with seahorse with box, Waterford bird figurine, nice collection of Swarovski figurines including Swarovski train set, oversized tiger, grouping of fish, nice seahorse, Whale collectors society pieces, Cong shell, puffer fishes plus much more Swarovski, collection of Boehm shore birds including Least Tern, Sandpipers, Artic Tern, Common Tern plus other quality pieces of Boehm figurines from Trenton NJ, nice collection of Jay Strongwater figurines including rare limited edition oversized Jungle Giraffe Savannah style #SDH1661274 in amber with box, Jay Strongwater Holiday Nativity set The Nativity artiest signed 2009 style# SDH1714450 with signed 2009 Creche style #SDH1713452 in boxes, selection of miniature Jay Strongwater figurines with boxes and signed stand plus more, Mason ironstone ship motif tea set, Royal Doulton Royal Flambé Foo Dog figurine, Victorian glassware, Steuben, nice pair of cut to clear shore design formal stems, pair of etched horse stems, bronze statues, nice hand-tooled burled walnut basket, small collection of Royal Crown Derby paperweights including pelican, Dolphin, seahorse plus other Royal Crown Derby, set of (12) hand-painted Bohemia cabinet plates, nice selection of framed butterflies, outstanding handmade beaded lobster center textile, pair of outstanding hand-beaded crab center textiles, selection of antique quilts, selection of hand-made rugs, nice 1920’s Sarouk prayer rug, Victorian wall hangings, antique bible from Jersey City, NJ, bronze casket box, rare the Rogers Locomotive Company Paterson, NJ 1893 locomotive catalog book, Camden, NJ early Press Badge, Atlantic City Special Detective police badge, pair of Victorian walking men andirons, nice heavily hand-carved Victorian sewing box signed New Jersey, nice selection of quality jewelry including 2 Cartier important 18K gold and diamond bracelets retailed for over $40,000.00 from a local estate, over 20 pieces including a collection of equestrian sterling silver pins, Victorian cameo pins, 14K diamond jewelry, nice sterling necklace with 4.30 ct aquamarine pendent, selection of Emerald & Ruby jewelry, plus much more!

 

Quality Furniture to include: pair of Victorian hand-carved toped dolphin fish decoration side chairs, Victorian burled walnut hand-carved dresser with mirror and secret drawer, Victorian hand-carved rosewood bottom half credenza in the manor of Meeks, hand-carved 19th century 2-piece oak blind china with carved monk motif, carved oak 19th century fall front bar/desk, Victorian hand-carved rosewood slipper chair, Victorian hand-carved walnut settee attributed to John Jelliff, Newark, New Jersey, Victorian curio sever in black & burled walnut attributed to Herter Brothers, Victorian walnut tilt-top table,  Victorian hand-carved arm chair, hand-carved inlaid cherub coffee table, Victorian marble toped washstand with candle backsplash, Victorian tall chest, Victorian marble-topped tables,  selection of Victorian wicker furniture, oak lectern, nice Edison Victrola, Victorian wicker boardwalk chair, 18th century shaker style chair, 19th century deacons bench, 19th century open pickling cabinet, nice 19th century work closet, 19th century corner cabinet, 18th century Period highboy top converted tall dresser, 19th century tall chest, rope-turn hand-carved side table, nice Federal flip-top game table, tilt-top table, 19th century blanket chest, Victorian Empire tall chest, Victorian mother of pearl inlaid sewing stand, nice Victorian Chess board table, 19th century tall case clock, plus much more!

 

Estate Gold Coin Collection offered at No Reserve! This is part 4 of the estate coin collection we have been selling. This collection will feature: 1901 US Liberty Head $20.00 gold coin, 1923 US Lady Head $20.00 gold coin, 1902 US Liberty Head $20.00 gold coin, 1930 cinco gold Pesos, 1903 US Liberty Head $10.00 gold coin, 1916 cautro peso gold coin, 1916, 1924,(3) 1925, & 1927 cinco pesos gold coins, 1867 sovereign Australia gold coin, 1884 sovereign Great Britain gold coin, 1866 sovereign Australia gold coin, 1910 US Lady Liberty $20.00 gold coin, several 1918 Mexican 20 pesos gold coins, plus other gold coins, US silver coins, nice selection of silver rupees, selection of 4 ad Indian coins, selection of ½ annas, plus others!

 

About the Artists:

 

JAMES FIORENTINO (b. 1977) is an American artist who currently resides in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. James's artwork was recognized at an early age. At the age of fifteen, James Fiorentino became the youngest artist ever to be featured in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum for his likeness of Reggie Jackson. In 1998, James became the youngest artist to be inducted into the prestigious New York Society of Illustrators, along with such artists as Norman Rockwell and Andrew Wyeth. A graduate of Drew University where James was also the starting shortstop for all four years of his college career. He has painted for and met many legends of the past and stars of today, including Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio, Cal Ripken Jr. , Arnold Palmer and Muhammad Ali to Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera and Albert Pujols. His photo-realism in watercolor has helped him become a nationally-known wildlife and portrait artist, painting people from everyday life to Presidents and Nobel Peace Prize winners. Many of James’ works currently grace the walls of notable museums, galleries, Universities, companies and private collections. James’ work has won numerous awards and can be seen nationally in books and magazines and on trading cards. In 2001, “The Fiorentino Collection” consisted of approximately 100 paintings for Upper Deck Trading Cards depicting legends in five major sports. James’ work and story has been carried on international and national television shows, and in magazines and newspapers.  Subjects for James are personal and what he observes around him. James is a member of the New Jersey Watercolor Society, Garden State Water Color Society, American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Society of Animal Artists and Artists for Conservation. James is also a trustee of the Raptor Trust of NJ and D & R Greenway Land Trust. 

 

A.M. SIRENA was born in White Plains, N.Y., on January 13th 1929. her father died a few months later. In 1931, because of the Depression, Sirena's mother went to her parents' native Italy, where starvation and then World War II, brought about the death of her eight children. Only Sirena survived when she was rescued from a burning train by an opera singer, who later discovered the little girl's four octave vocal range voice and trained her to sing grand opera. In 1943 Sirena made her singing debut in Naples. After the War, in 1947, Sirena returned to New York, where the Lew Walters Agency signed and booked her on singing engagements throughout the world. Years later, particularly because of an almost fatal illness, Sirena abandoned her singing career. After five cloistered years of self-taught painting, in 1965 she started showing her paintings in many renowned galleries, from the U.S.A. to Italy, France, Holland. Picasso said of Sirena's paintings: "They should be shown throughout the world..." In addition to painting, Sirena has composed music and lyrics, and also wrote poetry

 

American artist JAMES ARCHIBALD MITCHELL III (born 1932). Mitchell is known for marine art of coastlines and boats and ships, though he also painted classic New England barns. Mitchell was born in Baltimore and educated at the Art Students League, studying under Frank Riley.

 

DON HORNBERGER(American, 1921 - 2006) Famous landscape artist Don Hornberger is best known for his distinctive and recognizable skies, Hornberger was able to manipulate acrylics and water on unusual surfaces— although he painted on canvas, slate and Masonite, Hornberger believed his finest works were the skies he created on the reverse side of mylar, a technique he originated and mastered over many years. Mr. Hornberger was trained as a scientist, mathematician, and engineer working in the space program and later working for DuPont and working with Dupont product Mylar. In 1965, Don Hornberger decided to pursue an artistic life and began painting.

Hornberger's paintings are found in many museums, including the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, the Pratt Whitney Museum and the William Penn Museum. He is collected by the Rockefellers and Wyeths.

 

Thomas B. Griffin (1858-1918) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during the last half of the nineteenth century. His first formal art education was at the National Academy of Design in New York. While at the Academy, Griffin exhibited his very well executed impressionistic landscapes. In 1896, he listed his address as 340 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York. It was during this year that Griffin exhibited "Views from the Catskills (from Haine's Corners)" and "Hunter Mountain, Catskills," at the National Academy. Thomas B. Griffin later moved to Baltimore where he opened a studio and established himself as a painter of impressionistic landscapes.

 

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500+ Lots Multi Estate Public Auction
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Auction Date(s)
Thursday Oct 24, 12:00 pm
Auction Location
714 Beach Ave
Cape May , NJ 08204

1st Annual Bodnar’s at the Jersey Shore Auction Event

 

 

Thursday October 24, 2019

500+ Lots Multi-Estate Public Auction

 

Sale Day doors open 9:00am

at the Cape May Convention Center

 714 Beach Ave, Cape May, NJ 08204

 

Hidden Treasures Presentation & Appraisals at 9:30am

Auction Begins at 12:00 Noon

 

 

We are proud to announce we will be having our first annual auction and appraisal day on Thursday October 24, 2019 at the Cape May Convention Center. For many years my wife & I have vacationed in Cape May, from the Christmas parade to many 3-day excursions eating at the numerous 5-star restaurants, we decided to bring our auction to this historical town. We believe our niche of specializing in Antiques & Estate Liquidation will bring an exciting new annual event to the town. With the backdrop of the auction overlooking the ocean, this promises to be a great break from the normal 12-hour events in Edison. Whether you live in town and want to experience all the excitement or you’re a seasoned Bodnar’s attendee and want to have a shore town experience, we promise to deliver you a quality auction and a good time!    

 

Part one of this exciting event will be a presentation on the Antiques & Collectible industry and how auctions work. Joe Bodnar has been in the auction profession for over 20 years leading the industry in bringing collections to the market place. His leadership in the New Jersey State Society of Auctioneers as a board member, vice president & president has earned him respect in the auction industry. He is also a member of the National Auctioneers Association, The Train Collectors Association and New York Auctioneers association. He has taken many classes at NYU in the appraisal field and has completed continuing educations thru such venues. Mr. Bodnar and his well devised staff will be giving auction value appraisals for $10.00 per item. The proceeds will be shared with The Community Food Closet of Cape May. Only 100 tickets will be on sale so make sure you get them while you can! For Tickets please call the Cape May Convention Center at (609) 884-9565

 

We will be evaluating Antiques, Collectibles, Art, Jewelry, Toys, Dolls, Trains, Sterling Silver, Furniture, Glassware, and anything else you can think of! Find out if you have a Hidden Treasure lurking on your shelf! See what’s hot in the auction industry. The event is open to the public for free with the lecture & auction. Appraisals will be $10.00 each and are limited to the first 100 tickets sold. Doors open at 9:00am and appraisals will be done up to 12 noon prior to the live auction event.

 

Like the PBS Antiques Roadshow? Find Storage Wars entertaining? Now is the time to come to a live event and see it in person!

 

 

 

FRESH ESTATE COLLECTIONS

Offered at NO RESERVE!

Buy, Sell, Consign! Get in The Action!

 

 

500+ Lots Multi-Estate Public Auction.

Preview Thursday October 24, 2019 9:30am

Auction to Begin at 12 Noon

 

We will be selling over 500 lots of Antiques & Collectibles! Featuring Glassware, Furniture, Jewelry, Collectibles, Toys, Dolls, Trains, Local Memorabilia, Paper goods, Fine Estate Jewelry, Atlantic City collectibles, Art, Lighting, Bronzes, Plus Much More!

 

This sale will Feature:

Large collection of Nautical Items!

Nice Copper Boat Weathervane plus other Quality Rare Nautical items!

Collection of Listed Artiest Ship Paintings!

Estate Collection of Vintage Advertising!

Huge Selection of Quality 18th, 19th Century Furniture including many Victorian Pieces!

Selection of nice Spool Cabinets and Country Primitives!

Collection of Estate Jewelry in Sterling, 14K & 18K Gold!

Quality Glassware, Porcelain and Decorative Arts!

Selection of Quality 19th & 20th Century Listed Art from Many New Jersey & Pennsylvanian Artists!

 

Over 500+ Lots Will Be Offered! Full Details on Our Web-Site!

 

This sale will feature a nice collection of Nautical items including a large selection of quality art including a pair of watercolors of sail boats on the ocean by James Mitchell entitled Gretel, Wet Weather, watercolor by James Mitchell entitled Valkyrie III 1895, nice sailboat watercolor, oil on canvas of clipper ship signed H Cordes, 19th century pastel painting of sailboats signed H. Wright, charcoal, pen & ink nice harbor scene signed  Broadman, ocean scene signed by Pennsylvania artiest Don Hornberger(1921-2006), nice watercolor ocean & sailboat scene signed Mac S. Fisher (1923-1999) Philadelphia artist entitled Morning Ghosting, watercolor shore scene signed Rose Ranieri Kirkpatrick, 19th Century oil on canvas ship painting signed Frank Wilson entitled Nearing Home, 19th century oversized oil on canvas ship painting in process of being restored, nice oil on canvas clipper ship painting ties to Perth Amboy, NJ port needs restoration, oil on canvas British naval ship battle, plus other quality nautical paintings! Nice oversized 1920’s-30’s sailboat copper weathervane, quality bello fog horn signed Ministry of Transportation type approved number for marina type 1698 Nippon Tokyo September 1964, selection of ship lanterns, nice selection of ship models, 19th century clipper ship model, cabana racing sailboat model, Five Fataom cased ship model, ship model of the Dzimtenes Ceriba clipper ship, nice selection of Ship clocks, buoy ashtray, nice selection of duck decoys, nice seagull decoy, oversized egret decoy on driftwood, owl decoy, nice selection of brass cannons, brass cannon lighter, sailboat bookends, nice 1960’s artiest signed copper sailboat statue on marble base, United States Navy boat bell, 50-star clipper ship American flag over 10 feet long, plus other nautical items!

 

 

Estate Collection of vintage advertising including The London Assurance poster, Van Houten’s Cocoa poster, Jacob Hoffman Brewing Co New York, La Belle Chocolatier Walter Baker Co, Flower Girl advertisement, Crescent Flour advertisement, Fleischmann’s yeast tin advertisement, Granger Rough Cut Tobacco tin advertisement,  Tripco products hair supply advertisement, Wise potato chips tin advertising, Uncle John’s syrup, selection of political advertisements, Little Mat Blossom advertisement, Chase & Sanborn coffee plantation advertisement, Arrow collar & Shirts, Live Modern cigarettes advertisement, Red Gate Coffee, Tangle Foot advertisement, Rye Malt Gin, beer advertising, Bartels malt extract advertisement, Dr. Morse’s Indian Root Pills, Dutchess Trousers, Woonsocket Rubber Boots, White Rock advertising, plus other advertising posters & signs, Nice selection of advertising tins, selection of vintage postcards, post office cast iron box, table top stamp machine, selection of vintage paper advertising. Some newer advertising plus much more!

 

Other highlights to include oil on canvas race horse with jockey signed lower right Munford, Antonia Mastrochristino Sirena, American (1929-2006) Oil on board depicting an angelic looking young child signed Sirena. Watercolor the Great Blue Heron by James Fiorentino, watercolor the Great Grey Owl by James Fiorentino, watercolor of snow owl by James Fiorentino, pair of matched oil on canvases of beach shacks front & back, nice 19th century oversized oil on canvas depicting a 17th early 18th century man signed R. Dillon titled on back of canvas The Miser numbered 2341, plus other quality art!

 

Oversized oil on canvas signed lower left Thomas B. Griffin (1858-1918) landscape a proximality  4 foot by 5 foot,  oversized 19th century cow painting signed lower left, 19th century ship painting signed JR Niley NBA, pair of 19th century master done watercolors signed lower right.

 

Nice selection of spool cabinets including Star Twist Spool cabinet, Victorian 2-drawer table top spool cabinet, LN Leonard’s Silk North Hampton Mass swivel floor model spool/ribbon cabinet plus others, nice collection of over 15 Victorian gold-filled walking sticks/canes, collection of Hungarian Zsolnay art pottery figurines, Herend, Art Glass jack-in-the-pulpit vase signed by Flemington, NJ artiest Vandermark, art glass feather-pulled center bowl signed Vandermark, plus other Vandermark pieces, nice selection of quality art glass signed paperweights, Italian Art Glass nude woman statue signed, Lalique owl, Collection of quality Waterford bowls & vases with boxes, nice limited edition Waterford center compote with seahorse with box, Waterford bird figurine, nice collection of Swarovski figurines including Swarovski train set, oversized tiger, grouping of fish, nice seahorse, Whale collectors society pieces, Cong shell, puffer fishes plus much more Swarovski, collection of Boehm shore birds including Least Tern, Sandpipers, Artic Tern, Common Tern plus other quality pieces of Boehm figurines from Trenton NJ, nice collection of Jay Strongwater figurines including rare limited edition oversized Jungle Giraffe Savannah style #SDH1661274 in amber with box, Jay Strongwater Holiday Nativity set The Nativity artiest signed 2009 style# SDH1714450 with signed 2009 Creche style #SDH1713452 in boxes, selection of miniature Jay Strongwater figurines with boxes and signed stand plus more, Mason ironstone ship motif tea set, Royal Doulton Royal Flambé Foo Dog figurine, Victorian glassware, Steuben, nice pair of cut to clear shore design formal stems, pair of etched horse stems, bronze statues, nice hand-tooled burled walnut basket, small collection of Royal Crown Derby paperweights including pelican, Dolphin, seahorse plus other Royal Crown Derby, set of (12) hand-painted Bohemia cabinet plates, nice selection of framed butterflies, outstanding handmade beaded lobster center textile, pair of outstanding hand-beaded crab center textiles, selection of antique quilts, selection of hand-made rugs, nice 1920’s Sarouk prayer rug, Victorian wall hangings, antique bible from Jersey City, NJ, bronze casket box, rare the Rogers Locomotive Company Paterson, NJ 1893 locomotive catalog book, Camden, NJ early Press Badge, Atlantic City Special Detective police badge, pair of Victorian walking men andirons, nice heavily hand-carved Victorian sewing box signed New Jersey, nice selection of quality jewelry including 2 Cartier important 18K gold and diamond bracelets retailed for over $40,000.00 from a local estate, over 20 pieces including a collection of equestrian sterling silver pins, Victorian cameo pins, 14K diamond jewelry, nice sterling necklace with 4.30 ct aquamarine pendent, selection of Emerald & Ruby jewelry, plus much more!

 

Quality Furniture to include: pair of Victorian hand-carved toped dolphin fish decoration side chairs, Victorian burled walnut hand-carved dresser with mirror and secret drawer, Victorian hand-carved rosewood bottom half credenza in the manor of Meeks, hand-carved 19th century 2-piece oak blind china with carved monk motif, carved oak 19th century fall front bar/desk, Victorian hand-carved rosewood slipper chair, Victorian hand-carved walnut settee attributed to John Jelliff, Newark, New Jersey, Victorian curio sever in black & burled walnut attributed to Herter Brothers, Victorian walnut tilt-top table,  Victorian hand-carved arm chair, hand-carved inlaid cherub coffee table, Victorian marble toped washstand with candle backsplash, Victorian tall chest, Victorian marble-topped tables,  selection of Victorian wicker furniture, oak lectern, nice Edison Victrola, Victorian wicker boardwalk chair, 18th century shaker style chair, 19th century deacons bench, 19th century open pickling cabinet, nice 19th century work closet, 19th century corner cabinet, 18th century Period highboy top converted tall dresser, 19th century tall chest, rope-turn hand-carved side table, nice Federal flip-top game table, tilt-top table, 19th century blanket chest, Victorian Empire tall chest, Victorian mother of pearl inlaid sewing stand, nice Victorian Chess board table, 19th century tall case clock, plus much more!

 

Estate Gold Coin Collection offered at No Reserve! This is part 4 of the estate coin collection we have been selling. This collection will feature: 1901 US Liberty Head $20.00 gold coin, 1923 US Lady Head $20.00 gold coin, 1902 US Liberty Head $20.00 gold coin, 1930 cinco gold Pesos, 1903 US Liberty Head $10.00 gold coin, 1916 cautro peso gold coin, 1916, 1924,(3) 1925, & 1927 cinco pesos gold coins, 1867 sovereign Australia gold coin, 1884 sovereign Great Britain gold coin, 1866 sovereign Australia gold coin, 1910 US Lady Liberty $20.00 gold coin, several 1918 Mexican 20 pesos gold coins, plus other gold coins, US silver coins, nice selection of silver rupees, selection of 4 ad Indian coins, selection of ½ annas, plus others!

 

About the Artists:

 

JAMES FIORENTINO (b. 1977) is an American artist who currently resides in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. James's artwork was recognized at an early age. At the age of fifteen, James Fiorentino became the youngest artist ever to be featured in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum for his likeness of Reggie Jackson. In 1998, James became the youngest artist to be inducted into the prestigious New York Society of Illustrators, along with such artists as Norman Rockwell and Andrew Wyeth. A graduate of Drew University where James was also the starting shortstop for all four years of his college career. He has painted for and met many legends of the past and stars of today, including Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio, Cal Ripken Jr. , Arnold Palmer and Muhammad Ali to Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera and Albert Pujols. His photo-realism in watercolor has helped him become a nationally-known wildlife and portrait artist, painting people from everyday life to Presidents and Nobel Peace Prize winners. Many of James’ works currently grace the walls of notable museums, galleries, Universities, companies and private collections. James’ work has won numerous awards and can be seen nationally in books and magazines and on trading cards. In 2001, “The Fiorentino Collection” consisted of approximately 100 paintings for Upper Deck Trading Cards depicting legends in five major sports. James’ work and story has been carried on international and national television shows, and in magazines and newspapers.  Subjects for James are personal and what he observes around him. James is a member of the New Jersey Watercolor Society, Garden State Water Color Society, American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, Society of Animal Artists and Artists for Conservation. James is also a trustee of the Raptor Trust of NJ and D & R Greenway Land Trust. 

 

A.M. SIRENA was born in White Plains, N.Y., on January 13th 1929. her father died a few months later. In 1931, because of the Depression, Sirena's mother went to her parents' native Italy, where starvation and then World War II, brought about the death of her eight children. Only Sirena survived when she was rescued from a burning train by an opera singer, who later discovered the little girl's four octave vocal range voice and trained her to sing grand opera. In 1943 Sirena made her singing debut in Naples. After the War, in 1947, Sirena returned to New York, where the Lew Walters Agency signed and booked her on singing engagements throughout the world. Years later, particularly because of an almost fatal illness, Sirena abandoned her singing career. After five cloistered years of self-taught painting, in 1965 she started showing her paintings in many renowned galleries, from the U.S.A. to Italy, France, Holland. Picasso said of Sirena's paintings: "They should be shown throughout the world..." In addition to painting, Sirena has composed music and lyrics, and also wrote poetry

 

American artist JAMES ARCHIBALD MITCHELL III (born 1932). Mitchell is known for marine art of coastlines and boats and ships, though he also painted classic New England barns. Mitchell was born in Baltimore and educated at the Art Students League, studying under Frank Riley.

 

DON HORNBERGER(American, 1921 - 2006) Famous landscape artist Don Hornberger is best known for his distinctive and recognizable skies, Hornberger was able to manipulate acrylics and water on unusual surfaces— although he painted on canvas, slate and Masonite, Hornberger believed his finest works were the skies he created on the reverse side of mylar, a technique he originated and mastered over many years. Mr. Hornberger was trained as a scientist, mathematician, and engineer working in the space program and later working for DuPont and working with Dupont product Mylar. In 1965, Don Hornberger decided to pursue an artistic life and began painting.

Hornberger's paintings are found in many museums, including the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, the Pratt Whitney Museum and the William Penn Museum. He is collected by the Rockefellers and Wyeths.

 

Thomas B. Griffin (1858-1918) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during the last half of the nineteenth century. His first formal art education was at the National Academy of Design in New York. While at the Academy, Griffin exhibited his very well executed impressionistic landscapes. In 1896, he listed his address as 340 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York. It was during this year that Griffin exhibited "Views from the Catskills (from Haine's Corners)" and "Hunter Mountain, Catskills," at the National Academy. Thomas B. Griffin later moved to Baltimore where he opened a studio and established himself as a painter of impressionistic landscapes.

 

www.bodnarsauction.com

Call Toll Free 866-349-7378

 
Meter Parking is still ongoing until October 31, 2019 Non meter streets are about 2 blocks in North of the Convention Center.