Sportsman,Fine Art,Fishin, Antiques
Listing ID#: 54243

Sale Location
2221 Brambleton Ave SW, Between Brandon & Overland Be careful when turning off,single driveway! Safety first!
Roanoke, VA 24015
Sale Dates and Times
Bidding Starts: Thursday Dec 28
Bidding Ends: Tuesday Jan 30
Sale Type
 Online Auction  VIEW ONLINE CATALOG
Company Information
Tommy Wagner Auctions

Contact: Tommy Wagner, Barry Muse
Phone: 540-4003753;875-6432
Email: tommy@tommywagnerauctions.com
Website: www.tommywagnerauctions.com

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Listing Terms and Conditions
Auctioneer may at any time remove items where there is little or no interest. I must do what is in best interests of my clients. Please understand Terms and Conditions for Online or Live Auctions Welcome and Many Thanks to All Are Subject to change without notice of any type. Conditions and experiences are always in flux. We follow the process closely so we constantly evaluate and manage. Registration: Each new event- Please check and edit for- Correct address, Email Address, phone # and shipping address. All prospective bidders must register to actively bid in any Online or other event. Credit card is required. Credit cards are validated every 120 days and if not good you are declined. We do not automatically charge your cards. All have the opportunity to show up, Pay for and pick up their winning items. 5% discount to these folks from stated or unstated buyer premium. Currently is 17%. You must leave correct shipping address, email address, and phone # . Anyone who does not comply may be declined as a bidder in the future. You will receive email notification and no need to call or contact auctioneer for he does not change his mind. The thigs a few folks will do to advance their interests are legend. Reasons, To Be declined are as follows but may be added to: Negative Hibid score. If you have negative score in HiBid system you are declined. No shows or non-payers will be declined. Forever Anyone who seeks to game the system or auctioneer by any means. **** We seek fairness and full disclosure to and for all. We are agents of and for our clients/Seller(s). We do not Represent any buyers or others. No Proxy bids. If you are not a real person with contact info you are declined. Anyone who badgers or is rude to other customers when at checkout or other events. Anyone who is under the influence at any time. For cursing! Anyone who attempts to disrupt the process by any means? You are declined. We so appreciate the wonderful customers we have. We respect you and your needs. It is also important that you enjoin with us by helping us help you. This requires your cooperation with stated conditions and concerns that may accompany each event. If you fail to follow and abide by terms you will be declined. Bidding and Procedures: Please Read the auction address and write it down. We do not entertain calls during an event nor on pickup day to give directions. You must be registered. You may enter your max bids. You must be logged in on every auction to actively compete with other bidders to win. Please You must confirm each and every bid you enter for it to be recorded in the portal. Others may out bid you at any time. Any and all persons of who meet requirements for bidding may bid, includes the auctioneer, his helpers or anyone any associate. You are the only one who can enter a bid for yourself and as you confirm your bids is recorded with IP Address and time stamps. Do not call auctioneer and tell me you did not bid. Auctioneer reserves the right to bid in behalf of and in the interest of our seller. Generally, all sells to the last and highest bidder who confirms and whose bid is recorded. The families sometimes removes items unknown to the auctioneer. I cannot help these occurrences and can offer no explanation. All belongs to them until actually sold and recorded. We encounter many things in managing the logistics of our event that are beyond our control. There are usually about 20 seconds between each lot closing. When the timer is turning! Every time another bid is made then 2 minutes is added to the closing time sequence. LOTS do not close all at once as this is an Internet Live Auction Event. Remember to always confirm your bids. Please View All Images with each lot. If you have buyer's remorse? DO NOT BID. Is not a shopping experience. Catalogs and Condition: ALL ARE Sold AS IS. We try to have open house for your preview. ALL Items are still as you view them in the event an open house is not permissible. We try to show as may images as is practical. We are not responsible for any misunderstanding or difference of opinion. We are not always right and not experts. The bidders generally provide somewhat different descriptions. Thank You. We are still learning. Please View all images in each lot. NO Returns, NO Chargebacks, No buyer remorse. No Items are For Sale- You must bid on all to win them. We Will pursue legal action. Bidding is a contract. Please respect this. If you register with false information you will be declined as a bidder. We appreciate constructive opinions but they may not influence how we run our auctions. Any negative or underhanded comments and you will be declined as a bidder. Same for Facebook or other media outlets. Checkout & Payment: NO Alternate Dates Sales tax is applied in each invoice- sent by email after each auction closing. Bring certificates. Full and complete payment and safe removal on Pickup Day. Generally, is the day following an Auction Event. Bidder numbers and winning customers have greatly increased. We try to get everyone checked out as fast as we can. Some customers buy dozens of lots and may take a while to gather. We may ask for someone back in the line if they have only one or two items and check them out ahead to speed things up. We ask for your patience. We cannot help if the line sometimes is long. We appreciate your patience. Credit card payers receive no discounts. Those who fail to get your items and remove, Your credit card will be charged, you will be declined as a bidder. Shipping: Usually happens 3-7 days after events. The fees are as follows: Handling to get back to our facility. All packaging costs, postage and insurance, package and packing labor- is minimal. Most of our mail goes to Greensboro first. Really slows down your receipt. We have no bearing on this at all. Your credit card will be charged a second time for shipping costs unless we can estimate the amount before initial payment. Removal: You are responsible for providing your own lifting help. It is too prohibitive for us to hire all perceived needed helpers. Many times, spaces and parking are not so good. We will try to alert bidders of special situations. Auctioneer cannot help with your registration process. Be sure to refresh browser and see tips when catalog is live. All info is encrypted for safety. Please may plans for the day and time for pickup. Is your responsibility to be there, with help as needed and on time. We must plan when help is available for us. Every venue is different so we do the best we can. Thanks For Being an awesome customer.
Listing Information
Repro Calendars, 1995 Carolina Skiff-flat bottom for crabbing or fishing. Evinrude 115 hp motor is 3 years old, Firearms maybe?, Loadings of fishing and sporting gear. Antique Maps, Southern and other furniture. Fine art, many varieties from Maine to Estern Shore. Rare Roanoke to Danville Railroad boxes, Southern furniture from Charlotte courthouse. Loads of tools and other small equipment. Much More info soon. This one is going to take a while for research and cataloging. Loads of cameras,knives,antique tools, WWII Field phones, antique phones, Loads of Tools, Wood working shop, automotive, air compressor, Heart Pine boards, Fine antique decoys originall Roy Rozier, of Pungo,Field glasses, dozens of vintage fishing reels. Treadlock gun safe, Great office equipment, laptops, So Much More, Gas & Oil, Old Garage, Antique Ice Fishing Lures! We are just getting organized. An Awesome event. Hobi High $$$$ , loads of coolers, Cast Iron

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Fine Art,Maps,History,Fishing,Antiques,Rare Books
Awesome variety. Something for everyone!


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No Checks, Cash, Pay Pal, Credit or Debit card
We have lowered our premium. Technology for CC terminal has allowed this.

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Online Bidding Only, Staggered Closing Times
Auction will begin closing at 7 PM, EST on Tuesday Jan. 30th, 16 second stagger with extended bidding as others bid

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No Automatic charges to credit card
Full payment by Cash, Pay Pal, CC or Debit Card. No Checks. Pick up is date posted, No alternate dates. Latecomers will not receive any discounts.

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Pickup Location- Please read,2221 Brambleton,24015
One entrance only with circle drive. Be aware of traffic when turning in. Somewhat busy street. Will only handle about 5 vehicles at a time. Wednesday Jan. 30th. NOTE Auction Date has changed.

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Open House Date is Jan. 29, 3-5:30 only.
Weather permitting. We will be aware of changing conditions!

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Shipping for under 15# only. Will occur on Monday
Please email to tommy@tommywagnerauctions.com for shipping requests.

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Note- Auction Date has changed to 1-30-18
We had to change the date and is still subject to change for weather issues!

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Pickup is always hectic, Help us help you!
As our brand has grown, the numbers are increasing with each auction. We just broke over to 210 bidders in Vinton. We had 123 Winning bidders which is 30 more than ever.





15
Signed Crystal Vase, S. Kraig!, Etched
5.75" T x 4", clean, etched, Woman holding baby aloft!




19
Teapot, Middle East, hand chased, 18"T
Loose handle, needs rivet repair at top of handle






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Do You Know What "AS IS" means, If Not
Do Not Bid. Every lot,item, or group is SOLD AS IS. As you view it. We do not use an xray or microscope and we may not see some deficiencies!

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Books,2, 1815 History of Jesus Christ
Words of the gospels, 1910 Ministry. Very Interesting reads

27
Art Glass, Stunning, 6" T x 4", Loetz?
Hand Blown, broken pontil, Looking for marks. Beautiful




31
Bracelet, Van Cleef, Serpent, Turquoise &
Ruby Eyes? Is a knockoff, Not gold, nice bracelet only


33
Yelloware, Bowl, unmarked, 13" Across,6"T
Has Watt Appearance, one stress in side, still usable






39
1/2 Pint, Virginia Dairy, Richmond, VA.paint &
embossed marks as well, one has internal crack



42
Bottles,1/2 Pint, Blue Ribbon Creamery
South Boston Va. 3 cent embossed, 3 cent













55
Emerson Creek,Hummingbird vase, other
Other hand painted vase. 6" T

56
Carved Cigarette Holder,
not plastic, or resin

57
Slate Tiles, hand painted,signed, 9x12
Beautiful, Antique Slate roof tiles








65
Chest,Veneer,Serpentine,22x34x48"T
loose veneer on top. Other pulls present.



68
Queen Size,Sleigh Bed,bedding,nice
includes 2 matching pillow shams in packages




72
Vintage Double cotton bedcover,soft
Is a double as image shows. my mistake. Nice one!



75
Dell,Laptop, 15",Vostro 1510,Intel coreII
Powers up fine. Will need upgrades to Windows 10, Is XP, Nice, with cord and wireless mouse. Clean & nice, battery negligent

76
Office supplies, hole punches,other
CDs, 24" Ruler not shown




80
Fine Trunk,Pine, no till, 17 x 32 x 19"T
old wood separations on top,seems all original hardware

81
Office Desk & Cupboard, Bring helpers!
includes stacking 2 section metal file, Credenza, All players and electronics. Desk is 31 x 68 x 84" Tall overall





86
Blanket Chest, Early,Yellow pine, view images
38" W x 24"T x 19" . Pegs,rosehead nails,dovetail corners, 6 board + moldings, Southern, Drakes Branch






92
Art,Acrylic,original, 21 x 25 overall,Sarah Ruther
Sarah Rutherford, Dated 8/18/2000, 2 places signed

93
Sugar Chest,Southern,Charlotte County Virginia
Primitive, Yellow Pine, poplar secondary, 18.5 x 38" W x 28"Tall. Needs new pulls. pegs, roseheads. With drawer

94
Vino,France,Kept Upright, unknown condition, Is
Sealed, 1986 Vintage. Sliding top









103
Pot Monkey,Bronzed over cast iron,Rare,Cool *
Old primitive kitchen. For lifting the pot rings on iron cookware over fires. Or Hot stove, Have only seen one other good one!


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Note That Auction Date is changed to 1-30-18
Pickup will be on 1-31-18 weather permitting. We will do our best to notify all of any changes.

105
Native American, Warming Blanket,wool, SD
52" X 67". freshly cleaned at Wheeler's Beautiful, hand loom seamed nicely

106
Jewelry,Mexico,about 80% Silver I believe,ALFA
Marked but not as sterling. Birds, other jewelry, unstrung necklace

107
Rug,Native American,SD, 29 x 57,hand loom,Fish
freshly cleaned at Wheelers, wool

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Rug,Native American, 27 x 53" ,2 loom panels
Seam is almost hidden, well made

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Rug,Native, 27 x 54" loom Made,SD
is single panel, not seamed







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Coins, 30 Pounds,Changed Collected,unsearched
one roll of quarters, several penny rolls, We weighed it, 29.8# and added some more to it.












131
Traps,1 antique,2 newer
Traps,1 antique,2 newer
























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Banquet Table, 3 16" Leaves,Mahogany
ATC- 1973. With 3 leaves is 29"T x 42" Wide x 104 inches long, Without leaves-semi round is 56" Nice


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Sideboard, Federal Empire,1790-1820,Veneered
43" T ,53" To top of splash,63" Long, 24" front to back. Locks are missing, Few veneer losses, age separations on top. From Charlotte Co. Virginia. Dovetailed, carved interior for doors. Yellow pine and Poplar secondary woods.


159
Fancy Linen Tablecloth, 12 matched napkins,Nice
Fits Dining Room Table, About 112" x 54" . Quite Beautiful

160
Art, Watercolor,Signed,Joan Carpenter,Maine
Wiscassc Harbor,Maine, 14.5 x 17.5


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French Revolution Celebration,Bordeaux
AS IS, flat storage, Brought from France, unknown condition



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Patterns, Cut outs, for Yard Animals,assorted
cardboard patterns and painted examples of YARD ART
















181
Camp Chef, Griddle 16 x 14 Cast Iron Cooking
2 sided, can use flat or ribbed surface

182
Pentax Field Glasses, 16 x 60 NIB
See for miles,Pentax, 16 x 60 Field Glasses, NIB,PCF WP. With covers & Strap, Extra Fine. $249 on Amazon




186
Corn Stick Pan, w levelers on bottom
to keep molds full and even


188
Cast Iron Skillet, # 9,2" deep
rare deep embossed 9 on handle

189
Cast Iron Dutch Oven 8 Qt I believe
12"Across x 4.5" Deep plus lid


191
Folding Parlor Chairs,Antiques
one need a pin for joint replacement, two strips at very top have little wood losses, on each. AS IS or Do not bid. Could be much older


192
Early Eastlake Style Parlor Chairs, walnut
missing one caster. two are on casters, 5 casters missing in all!

193
Square Bottom Eastlake Side Chairs,3
2 are alike, needing TLC. one in original cover

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Shaker Style,Early Frame,Pegs,wire nails
hand done, early vintage, low Shaker style chair. Needs a seat!, I call it VG




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Antique Map, all about it is very old,Folds
Is after a map from 1607. 14 x 18 overall. Folded and yet flattened. May have been carried at some time! I believe is an original of some point in time. The original of this map was done in 1606. I do not know how to date this one. I do know it was h...









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Please do not bid on items with no images-INFO
only. We appreciate your interest. Bid only where actual images show!




228
US Navy, Shipping Container, 17 x 17 x 18,HD
Likely for shipping Camera or instruments.


230
RR Crate, 13 x 14 x 14, Atlantic & Danville,square
Screws & Square Nails, Ca 1880s #Railroad History, 1882- 1932

231
Crate, Richmond to Danville, RR Civil War influenc
See Chain Link Symbol. Vital Link in the Civil War between Danville & Richmond. Has lid. Appears Chestnut

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Crate, Richmond & Danville RR, no lid, Appears1864
see link symbol on lot 231 for information


234
Primitive Candle Stand, 11 x 15 x 23"T,Old
Or Lamp Stand. I believe Yellow Pine w Cherry Top? Charlotte County, Drakes Branch Area






240
Letters to home, 1966,67 from Korea
Letters written daily, 2 years worth, most every day, NPO San Francisco to Danville

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Covered Boxes, 2 Annabella-1987
one lacquer,nice cigar

246
Books,Benings Justice, Virginia 1810
Justice of the Peace writings, Rare,second edition,Lots of aged foxing but readable.

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Book, Political Textbook, 1858
Edited by Postmaster of the house, "Everything necessary for the reference of Politicians and "Statesmen". Is a first edition




251
Shipboard Artifact, Brass Ash Tray, 6.5" Dia
Amphion Repair ship, 1945, launched at Tampa, - 1970. My Opinion was made on the ship. Not a standard issue item!

252
Camillus US Knife, Combat, stone and sheath
includes US hatchett pouch but China head

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Antique Baby Picture, 19 x 22"
Plaster over wood Frame

254
Victorian Walnut Child's Bed,
46" T headboard, 50 inches long, 28 inches wide, all there, includes rocker stick

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Vintage Toy Box & Toys
24" T x 30" x 16" W, Large bag of Toys



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About the Decoy Collection. Read Please
What wee know, Were owned by the late Roy Dozier, of Pungo Virginia. Have found only a few references to this family. He was a "Market Hunter" Eventually made illegal. They hunted waterfowl to sell as a living to restaurants and other establishments....

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Decoy, Late 1800s, Black, 18",weight added
Some have shot holes in them!

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Decoy, Late 1800s, black, weight added
head loose, eyes painted over. Found some more weights and added one! Wooden Head


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Decoy, Late 1800s, Redhead, is all wood,weight add
eyes painted over. Wood head also, found some loose weights and added



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Decoy, Late 1800s, now with weight
molded plastic head head. appears hollow. Found some loose weights and added one.


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Decoy, Late 1800s,
plastic head, broken off

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Decoy, Late 1800s,plastic head
molded plastic head, repairs to all over the many years they have been around!





279
Ash Trays,Penn Reels, one is 1939
Promotional Ash Trays,Fishing Reels, Penn

280


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Painting, 12 x 15", Fox,Beautiful, Wildlife
same artist as lot 280, M.L. Lon________,Framed and matted

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Art. Painting, 9x11Squirrel
Same artist as 280 and 282

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Norman Rockwell, Print, old style paper
24 x 24, " The street was never the same",The advent of the automobile,



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Mirror & 2 Prints
Mirror is 15 x 20



290
High Chair, By Christopher Columbus Stottlemeyer
33" T x 17" Wide, This chair was bought by my client from a previous Auction- Here is the Narrative. I had all the history at that time. I have newspaper articles about the Stottlemyer chairs/ rockers taken from the Frederick Post of Frederick MD on...


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Civil War Era,Slab Bottom Chair, Issues
Some spindle damage,highly carved

293
Cozzia Massage Chair, 12-16,As New,EG326G
12-16 Purchase. Original Price #1998.00, 30% discount






299
Icebox, Home Crafted, very Primitive
34" Tall x 40" Wide, 26 front to back, Great Fish Storage, Zinc Lined, no racks found. Yellow Pine, BRING YOUR Help


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Button, Civil War,VA 11th Infantry, Lynchburg
See link symbol under lot number. Nice. Horstman




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Button,Civil War, dug,Charlotte Court House
Found near Robinson's Store, Drakes Branch Area. Appears Crossed Cannons symbol



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Lure,Vintage,South Bend,Box
Luminus Woodpecker, South Bend, Fine box



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Ammo, 7.62 x 39. 99 rounds
5 boxes, one rd missing, 5 X $



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Letters and or Envelopes, US WWI, or
Envelope, Gaines, to Mossingford Va. in Charlotte Co Envelope, Major Gaines, 1886, from Drakes Branch Officers Letter, H.C.Williams, to Capt. Jno Guthrie, other









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Saddle Makers Tools, Civil War Era
Roinson's Store operated during the civil war. These came from that store. Later Became Smith's Store, Drakes Branch area. Tools for making saddles, shoes, other! Interesting!



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Vintage Soil Testing Kit,Lamotte
Awesome group, box is 14 x 7.5 x 10.5" . From Baltimore Md.

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Robertson's Works,Books,1850, Discovery of America
Overall good, some foxing but very readable! Interesting Found Volumes II & III, 2 is 1848,3 is 1848 also. Great Set

329
Book,Tates Forms, Legal Forms, 1854
Spines, loose, readable, No nonsense legal forms. Virginia. For the Code of Virginia

330
Parsons, Laws of Business,Book,1876
Cool, bad spine, very readable

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Books,1&2,Turner's Anglo Saxons, 1841
Owned by Gaines, Charlotte CH Virginia Very good read of history! Not a whitewashed account!












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Tackle,New Fly Fishin Pole,Penn 9', IMS 6590
4 Sections, 9' #5 Line, Graphite, USA

344
Vintage Fishin, Akron Reel on cast iron
Iron rod, Fiberglass, both 55" Long


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Book, Thomas Hart Benton "Thirty years in the
Senate" Owned by Richard V. Gaines, Charlotte Co. 1854, Foxing, very readable History of Congress from 1820-1850. He was aide de camp to Andrew Jackson in War of 1812

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Bidding is a Contract- NO Buyer Remorse Allowed
We ask all to understand! Some do not. We are agents for the Seller / Client . DO NOT BID, This is not a shopping experience. NO Returns, NO Chargebacks.

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Primitive Sharpening Stone.
Improvised knife hone, very fine!

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Lamp, Miller, Brass Stick- must be rewired, 32" T
Would make a nice desk lamp. has new switch but cord has been cut. is signed. Art Deco


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Skillet, Campfire or "Bonfire" Awesome
36 inches long. Pan is 17" Dia x 3 1/8th " Deep. Riveted strap, Very good. Breakfast for 20 ! Iron handle and pan! Way Cool,

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Cutting Board, Red Oak, Awesome
17 1/2 x 32" w splash, old wood, planed, 3/4" Thick, Tiger Oak Variety

354
Luggage Carrier, new unopened,
New in sealed box, 125 CM X 15.5 cm x 9 cm in dimensions.


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Fishing Reel, Pflueger, Capitol,Box,Papers
Awesome vintage Reel #1988, 1930s

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Fishing Reel,Penn, #145,Squidder ,box
super nice, USA, appears unused





362
Fishing Reel, Orvis 100, Italy
Is stiff, needs clean & Oil




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None of it is "Perfect"
If you are unsure? Do Not Bid Please.
























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Bausch & Lomb,US Navy, M7, 1940, 7 X 50
Signal Corps Binocular, M 24 Leather case, VGC

390
Book, 1909, UVA , Corks & Curls,Illustrated
Perspective on Edgar Allen Poe, by the fraternaties of UVA, 1909

391
Trenching Shovel, Similar to Bleckman-German
Is marked. Similar to German issue of WWI also used in WWII. Excellent but needs cleaning. Dine leather pouch. Hungarians also used similar one!



394
Binoculars, US Signal Corp, 6 power x 30MM
Prism Stereo, internal cross hairs, no strap. Not correct case! Bausch & Lomb Optical US





399
Geodes, Core Samples,little gold flecks
core drillings have some gold flecks! Other nice examples

400
Boat, Carolina Skiff, Evinrude-3 years old.
Aprox 300 on new motor. Is #198, Older Trailer- adapted Caroilina Skiff 198, Engine & Hour meter replaced 3 years ago,Owner say A 300 hours, Includes emergency tools,prop,coupler, oil, boards,all jackets, 3 fuel Tanks, 3 batteries, Garmin, and many a...

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Kayak,Mirage, 12' 8",Tandem, 180 pedal power
Includes multiple Accessories. These now cost $3200 in 2017, Some use. All pads,paddle sets, pedal sets for 2 persons. Beautiful unscarred bottom, I see no damage, has been kept under a shed, Costs $2500 when new, Nice and fun. Currently the cost is ...

401
John Deere Yard Tractor
Set of Chains, Grille bar. Just serviced has 195.5 hours. Stored dry under a roof. Exceptional.






401
Johnn Deere,46" Snow Blade,complete
Clean blade, little if any use.

401
old lumber, 2-12ft x 23.5 Boards
Huge oak boards would make many nice mantel pieces if sawed. top one has some rot in the middle, 23 1/2" WIDE X 12FT LONG


402
Historical Map, View All Images, of 1854
#HistoricalMaps#Virginia. Beaufort Harbor, NC, 24 x 30

403
Historical Map, View All Images, Hatteras to Mosq
Hatteras to Mosquito inlet, 1863, A 24 x 30

404

405
Historical Map, View All Images, 1856 US
Cape Henry to Maryland, Delaware, Seacoast Sketch C, 1856

406
Historical Map, View All Images , 1851 version of
Lot 405. Cape Henry, Section III , 2 slight tears

407
Historical Map, View All Images Virginia Coast
of 1854. 12 x 15 version for US Navy




411
Map, N&W Line service, 1893
only book no cover, no info

412
Cabinet / Foremans Desk, Walnut &
51" Tall x 48" Long, Lower section is fine grade plywood. Very nice, well made, Upper pigeon holes is walnut.

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414
Green Metal Cabinet
63" T x 27 x 12" from the wall.



417
Large Storage box 2 X $
45 x 21"T x 19" Two of these, both good dry storage

418
Vintage Underwood Typewriter,
keys do stick and need lube, otherwise seems good- AS IS















433
Fishing Rod,Nice Vintage Wood,VF
Hex cut pole,Hand Made, End cap missing



436
Fishing Rod,Wright & McGill
w aluminum case, VGC,used, double cased





441
Rod & Reel, Ted Williams, Kunnan
Great Vintage Sears Reel,Great Rig






































479
Fishing Lure, Pflueger, Palomine
wood, is marked on bill

480
Fishing Lure, Globe,Pfeuleger, Hong Kong
paint over wood, 4" L, is marked



483
Fishing Lure, 4 Metal Lures,
Kastmaster, 2 likely hand made, BR Trade mark- Lucky Strike, wood roller eyes

484
Antique Fishing Spear Head 4 5/8"L
almost like bronze. hole for 5/16 shaft

485
Canada Ice Fishing Decoy, Carved,Signed RIC
#Canada,#icefishing#decoy.Carved,hand painted, 7.5" L

486
Antique Canadian Cod Jig, for the big ones!
several pounds, 8 1/2" L, paint losses

487
Fishing Lure, 3 unmarked Lures
one no painted,worn paint, Mother of Pearl




491


493
Fishing Lure, 2 Vintage Muskie Lures
7" L,wood, painted,plastic eyes

494
Lure,Plastic, 8.5"L Is marked
I cannot read it clearly.








502
AMT Turning Chisels, Thumb Plane,
2 extra smaller chisels, plane, bag, little if any us No lathe to be found

503
Rug,Bacova Guild, 63 x 90", 3 Alike, 3 X $$
Polypropylene, 3 Times the highest bid amount, 3


505
Civil War Camp Chair,Charlotte Courthouse
very rare AS IS ,Tapestry Style seat

506
Civil War Camp Chair,Charlotte Courthouse
Rare, folding for space saver on wagons, maybe maple?


508
Metal Sculpture, Haiti
13 x 7" Coat Hook, signed


510
Metal Fish, Haiti
39 Inches Long

511

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Metal Palm Tree, 36" T x 27"W
Metal Sculpture, Haiti, Nice for your beach loneliness!



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Tackle Box, Ready for Fishing Trip
Lures, Split Shots, Leaders,


517
Case & Western Knives,old gig, hones
Nice matching Case Kitchen and scabbard, Western Hunter


519
Wrench Set,US & Bit Set, T Handle
few bits missing,all sockets there.

520
Rappala Electric Filet Knife,appears new
AC/DC , lighter adapter also

521
Vintage Part Jars, Standard Auto Parts
embossed jars for ignition parts, very rare to find. 6 in all 1940s?


523
Vintage Makita, Power tools, nice find, good vint.
2 chargers, 2 batteries! The few we tried worked fine! Great Group



526
Copper Clad Laundry Boiler
no holes seen, wood handles

527




531
Boat Props, Bronze & Aluminum
16" Bronze, 12" Aluminum is spline shaft. Bronze has 1" Keyed Shaft, Is Columbian P22





535
Assortment of Aquatic Photographs,Frames
all beauties, different sizes, few framed


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EE8A,US Army,Signal Corp, Field Telephone
seller says these work,leather case. Strap Handle Broken








545
Large Toolkit,Porter Cable
could not find the battery,Have a charger, 18V, nice group

546

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Sportsman,Fine Art,Fishin, Antiques

Tommy Wagner Auctions

Tommy Wagner Auctions


Contact: Tommy Wagner, Barry Muse
Phone: 540-4003753;875-6432
Sale Location
2221 Brambleton Ave SW, Between Brandon & Overland Be careful when turning off,single driveway! Safety first!
Roanoke, VA 24015
Sale Dates and Times
Sale Terms and Conditions
Auctioneer may at any time remove items where there is little or no interest. I must do what is in best interests of my clients. Please understand Terms and Conditions for Online or Live Auctions Welcome and Many Thanks to All Are Subject to change without notice of any type. Conditions and experiences are always in flux. We follow the process closely so we constantly evaluate and manage. Registration: Each new event- Please check and edit for- Correct address, Email Address, phone # and shipping address. All prospective bidders must register to actively bid in any Online or other event. Credit card is required. Credit cards are validated every 120 days and if not good you are declined. We do not automatically charge your cards. All have the opportunity to show up, Pay for and pick up their winning items. 5% discount to these folks from stated or unstated buyer premium. Currently is 17%. You must leave correct shipping address, email address, and phone # . Anyone who does not comply may be declined as a bidder in the future. You will receive email notification and no need to call or contact auctioneer for he does not change his mind. The thigs a few folks will do to advance their interests are legend. Reasons, To Be declined are as follows but may be added to: Negative Hibid score. If you have negative score in HiBid system you are declined. No shows or non-payers will be declined. Forever Anyone who seeks to game the system or auctioneer by any means. **** We seek fairness and full disclosure to and for all. We are agents of and for our clients/Seller(s). We do not Represent any buyers or others. No Proxy bids. If you are not a real person with contact info you are declined. Anyone who badgers or is rude to other customers when at checkout or other events. Anyone who is under the influence at any time. For cursing! Anyone who attempts to disrupt the process by any means? You are declined. We so appreciate the wonderful customers we have. We respect you and your needs. It is also important that you enjoin with us by helping us help you. This requires your cooperation with stated conditions and concerns that may accompany each event. If you fail to follow and abide by terms you will be declined. Bidding and Procedures: Please Read the auction address and write it down. We do not entertain calls during an event nor on pickup day to give directions. You must be registered. You may enter your max bids. You must be logged in on every auction to actively compete with other bidders to win. Please You must confirm each and every bid you enter for it to be recorded in the portal. Others may out bid you at any time. Any and all persons of who meet requirements for bidding may bid, includes the auctioneer, his helpers or anyone any associate. You are the only one who can enter a bid for yourself and as you confirm your bids is recorded with IP Address and time stamps. Do not call auctioneer and tell me you did not bid. Auctioneer reserves the right to bid in behalf of and in the interest of our seller. Generally, all sells to the last and highest bidder who confirms and whose bid is recorded. The families sometimes removes items unknown to the auctioneer. I cannot help these occurrences and can offer no explanation. All belongs to them until actually sold and recorded. We encounter many things in managing the logistics of our event that are beyond our control. There are usually about 20 seconds between each lot closing. When the timer is turning! Every time another bid is made then 2 minutes is added to the closing time sequence. LOTS do not close all at once as this is an Internet Live Auction Event. Remember to always confirm your bids. Please View All Images with each lot. If you have buyer's remorse? DO NOT BID. Is not a shopping experience. Catalogs and Condition: ALL ARE Sold AS IS. We try to have open house for your preview. ALL Items are still as you view them in the event an open house is not permissible. We try to show as may images as is practical. We are not responsible for any misunderstanding or difference of opinion. We are not always right and not experts. The bidders generally provide somewhat different descriptions. Thank You. We are still learning. Please View all images in each lot. NO Returns, NO Chargebacks, No buyer remorse. No Items are For Sale- You must bid on all to win them. We Will pursue legal action. Bidding is a contract. Please respect this. If you register with false information you will be declined as a bidder. We appreciate constructive opinions but they may not influence how we run our auctions. Any negative or underhanded comments and you will be declined as a bidder. Same for Facebook or other media outlets. Checkout & Payment: NO Alternate Dates Sales tax is applied in each invoice- sent by email after each auction closing. Bring certificates. 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Listing Details
Repro Calendars, 1995 Carolina Skiff-flat bottom for crabbing or fishing. Evinrude 115 hp motor is 3 years old, Firearms maybe?, Loadings of fishing and sporting gear. Antique Maps, Southern and other furniture. Fine art, many varieties from Maine to Estern Shore. Rare Roanoke to Danville Railroad boxes, Southern furniture from Charlotte courthouse. Loads of tools and other small equipment. Much More info soon. This one is going to take a while for research and cataloging. Loads of cameras,knives,antique tools, WWII Field phones, antique phones, Loads of Tools, Wood working shop, automotive, air compressor, Heart Pine boards, Fine antique decoys originall Roy Rozier, of Pungo,Field glasses, dozens of vintage fishing reels. Treadlock gun safe, Great office equipment, laptops, So Much More, Gas & Oil, Old Garage, Antique Ice Fishing Lures! We are just getting organized. An Awesome event. Hobi High $$$$ , loads of coolers, Cast Iron

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Fine Art,Maps,History,Fishing,Antiques,Rare Books
Awesome variety. Something for everyone!


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No Checks, Cash, Pay Pal, Credit or Debit card
We have lowered our premium. Technology for CC terminal has allowed this.

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Online Bidding Only, Staggered Closing Times
Auction will begin closing at 7 PM, EST on Tuesday Jan. 30th, 16 second stagger with extended bidding as others bid

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No Automatic charges to credit card
Full payment by Cash, Pay Pal, CC or Debit Card. No Checks. Pick up is date posted, No alternate dates. Latecomers will not receive any discounts.

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Pickup Location- Please read,2221 Brambleton,24015
One entrance only with circle drive. Be aware of traffic when turning in. Somewhat busy street. Will only handle about 5 vehicles at a time. Wednesday Jan. 30th. NOTE Auction Date has changed.

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Open House Date is Jan. 29, 3-5:30 only.
Weather permitting. We will be aware of changing conditions!

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Shipping for under 15# only. Will occur on Monday
Please email to tommy@tommywagnerauctions.com for shipping requests.

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Note- Auction Date has changed to 1-30-18
We had to change the date and is still subject to change for weather issues!

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Pickup is always hectic, Help us help you!
As our brand has grown, the numbers are increasing with each auction. We just broke over to 210 bidders in Vinton. We had 123 Winning bidders which is 30 more than ever.





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Signed Crystal Vase, S. Kraig!, Etched
5.75" T x 4", clean, etched, Woman holding baby aloft!




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Teapot, Middle East, hand chased, 18"T
Loose handle, needs rivet repair at top of handle






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Do You Know What "AS IS" means, If Not
Do Not Bid. Every lot,item, or group is SOLD AS IS. As you view it. We do not use an xray or microscope and we may not see some deficiencies!

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Books,2, 1815 History of Jesus Christ
Words of the gospels, 1910 Ministry. Very Interesting reads

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Art Glass, Stunning, 6" T x 4", Loetz?
Hand Blown, broken pontil, Looking for marks. Beautiful




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Bracelet, Van Cleef, Serpent, Turquoise &
Ruby Eyes? Is a knockoff, Not gold, nice bracelet only


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Yelloware, Bowl, unmarked, 13" Across,6"T
Has Watt Appearance, one stress in side, still usable






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1/2 Pint, Virginia Dairy, Richmond, VA.paint &
embossed marks as well, one has internal crack



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Bottles,1/2 Pint, Blue Ribbon Creamery
South Boston Va. 3 cent embossed, 3 cent













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Emerson Creek,Hummingbird vase, other
Other hand painted vase. 6" T

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Carved Cigarette Holder,
not plastic, or resin

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Slate Tiles, hand painted,signed, 9x12
Beautiful, Antique Slate roof tiles








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Chest,Veneer,Serpentine,22x34x48"T
loose veneer on top. Other pulls present.



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Queen Size,Sleigh Bed,bedding,nice
includes 2 matching pillow shams in packages




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Vintage Double cotton bedcover,soft
Is a double as image shows. my mistake. Nice one!



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Dell,Laptop, 15",Vostro 1510,Intel coreII
Powers up fine. Will need upgrades to Windows 10, Is XP, Nice, with cord and wireless mouse. Clean & nice, battery negligent

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Office supplies, hole punches,other
CDs, 24" Ruler not shown




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Fine Trunk,Pine, no till, 17 x 32 x 19"T
old wood separations on top,seems all original hardware

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Office Desk & Cupboard, Bring helpers!
includes stacking 2 section metal file, Credenza, All players and electronics. Desk is 31 x 68 x 84" Tall overall





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Blanket Chest, Early,Yellow pine, view images
38" W x 24"T x 19" . Pegs,rosehead nails,dovetail corners, 6 board + moldings, Southern, Drakes Branch






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Art,Acrylic,original, 21 x 25 overall,Sarah Ruther
Sarah Rutherford, Dated 8/18/2000, 2 places signed

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Sugar Chest,Southern,Charlotte County Virginia
Primitive, Yellow Pine, poplar secondary, 18.5 x 38" W x 28"Tall. Needs new pulls. pegs, roseheads. With drawer

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Vino,France,Kept Upright, unknown condition, Is
Sealed, 1986 Vintage. Sliding top









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Pot Monkey,Bronzed over cast iron,Rare,Cool *
Old primitive kitchen. For lifting the pot rings on iron cookware over fires. Or Hot stove, Have only seen one other good one!


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Note That Auction Date is changed to 1-30-18
Pickup will be on 1-31-18 weather permitting. We will do our best to notify all of any changes.

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Native American, Warming Blanket,wool, SD
52" X 67". freshly cleaned at Wheeler's Beautiful, hand loom seamed nicely

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Jewelry,Mexico,about 80% Silver I believe,ALFA
Marked but not as sterling. Birds, other jewelry, unstrung necklace

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Rug,Native American,SD, 29 x 57,hand loom,Fish
freshly cleaned at Wheelers, wool

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Rug,Native American, 27 x 53" ,2 loom panels
Seam is almost hidden, well made

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Rug,Native, 27 x 54" loom Made,SD
is single panel, not seamed







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Coins, 30 Pounds,Changed Collected,unsearched
one roll of quarters, several penny rolls, We weighed it, 29.8# and added some more to it.












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Traps,1 antique,2 newer
Traps,1 antique,2 newer
























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Banquet Table, 3 16" Leaves,Mahogany
ATC- 1973. With 3 leaves is 29"T x 42" Wide x 104 inches long, Without leaves-semi round is 56" Nice


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Sideboard, Federal Empire,1790-1820,Veneered
43" T ,53" To top of splash,63" Long, 24" front to back. Locks are missing, Few veneer losses, age separations on top. From Charlotte Co. Virginia. Dovetailed, carved interior for doors. Yellow pine and Poplar secondary woods.


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Fancy Linen Tablecloth, 12 matched napkins,Nice
Fits Dining Room Table, About 112" x 54" . Quite Beautiful

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Art, Watercolor,Signed,Joan Carpenter,Maine
Wiscassc Harbor,Maine, 14.5 x 17.5


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French Revolution Celebration,Bordeaux
AS IS, flat storage, Brought from France, unknown condition



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Patterns, Cut outs, for Yard Animals,assorted
cardboard patterns and painted examples of YARD ART
















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Camp Chef, Griddle 16 x 14 Cast Iron Cooking
2 sided, can use flat or ribbed surface

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Pentax Field Glasses, 16 x 60 NIB
See for miles,Pentax, 16 x 60 Field Glasses, NIB,PCF WP. With covers & Strap, Extra Fine. $249 on Amazon




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Corn Stick Pan, w levelers on bottom
to keep molds full and even


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Cast Iron Skillet, # 9,2" deep
rare deep embossed 9 on handle

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Cast Iron Dutch Oven 8 Qt I believe
12"Across x 4.5" Deep plus lid


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Folding Parlor Chairs,Antiques
one need a pin for joint replacement, two strips at very top have little wood losses, on each. AS IS or Do not bid. Could be much older


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Early Eastlake Style Parlor Chairs, walnut
missing one caster. two are on casters, 5 casters missing in all!

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Square Bottom Eastlake Side Chairs,3
2 are alike, needing TLC. one in original cover

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Shaker Style,Early Frame,Pegs,wire nails
hand done, early vintage, low Shaker style chair. Needs a seat!, I call it VG




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Antique Map, all about it is very old,Folds
Is after a map from 1607. 14 x 18 overall. Folded and yet flattened. May have been carried at some time! I believe is an original of some point in time. The original of this map was done in 1606. I do not know how to date this one. I do know it was h...









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Please do not bid on items with no images-INFO
only. We appreciate your interest. Bid only where actual images show!




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US Navy, Shipping Container, 17 x 17 x 18,HD
Likely for shipping Camera or instruments.


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RR Crate, 13 x 14 x 14, Atlantic & Danville,square
Screws & Square Nails, Ca 1880s #Railroad History, 1882- 1932

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Crate, Richmond to Danville, RR Civil War influenc
See Chain Link Symbol. Vital Link in the Civil War between Danville & Richmond. Has lid. Appears Chestnut

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Crate, Richmond & Danville RR, no lid, Appears1864
see link symbol on lot 231 for information


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Primitive Candle Stand, 11 x 15 x 23"T,Old
Or Lamp Stand. I believe Yellow Pine w Cherry Top? Charlotte County, Drakes Branch Area






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Letters to home, 1966,67 from Korea
Letters written daily, 2 years worth, most every day, NPO San Francisco to Danville

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Covered Boxes, 2 Annabella-1987
one lacquer,nice cigar

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Books,Benings Justice, Virginia 1810
Justice of the Peace writings, Rare,second edition,Lots of aged foxing but readable.

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Book, Political Textbook, 1858
Edited by Postmaster of the house, "Everything necessary for the reference of Politicians and "Statesmen". Is a first edition




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Shipboard Artifact, Brass Ash Tray, 6.5" Dia
Amphion Repair ship, 1945, launched at Tampa, - 1970. My Opinion was made on the ship. Not a standard issue item!

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Camillus US Knife, Combat, stone and sheath
includes US hatchett pouch but China head

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Antique Baby Picture, 19 x 22"
Plaster over wood Frame

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Victorian Walnut Child's Bed,
46" T headboard, 50 inches long, 28 inches wide, all there, includes rocker stick

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Vintage Toy Box & Toys
24" T x 30" x 16" W, Large bag of Toys



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About the Decoy Collection. Read Please
What wee know, Were owned by the late Roy Dozier, of Pungo Virginia. Have found only a few references to this family. He was a "Market Hunter" Eventually made illegal. They hunted waterfowl to sell as a living to restaurants and other establishments....

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Decoy, Late 1800s, Black, 18",weight added
Some have shot holes in them!

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Decoy, Late 1800s, black, weight added
head loose, eyes painted over. Found some more weights and added one! Wooden Head


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Decoy, Late 1800s, Redhead, is all wood,weight add
eyes painted over. Wood head also, found some loose weights and added



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Decoy, Late 1800s, now with weight
molded plastic head head. appears hollow. Found some loose weights and added one.


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Decoy, Late 1800s,
plastic head, broken off

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Decoy, Late 1800s,plastic head
molded plastic head, repairs to all over the many years they have been around!





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Ash Trays,Penn Reels, one is 1939
Promotional Ash Trays,Fishing Reels, Penn

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Painting, 12 x 15", Fox,Beautiful, Wildlife
same artist as lot 280, M.L. Lon________,Framed and matted

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Art. Painting, 9x11Squirrel
Same artist as 280 and 282

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Norman Rockwell, Print, old style paper
24 x 24, " The street was never the same",The advent of the automobile,



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Mirror & 2 Prints
Mirror is 15 x 20



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High Chair, By Christopher Columbus Stottlemeyer
33" T x 17" Wide, This chair was bought by my client from a previous Auction- Here is the Narrative. I had all the history at that time. I have newspaper articles about the Stottlemyer chairs/ rockers taken from the Frederick Post of Frederick MD on...


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Civil War Era,Slab Bottom Chair, Issues
Some spindle damage,highly carved

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Cozzia Massage Chair, 12-16,As New,EG326G
12-16 Purchase. Original Price #1998.00, 30% discount






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Icebox, Home Crafted, very Primitive
34" Tall x 40" Wide, 26 front to back, Great Fish Storage, Zinc Lined, no racks found. Yellow Pine, BRING YOUR Help


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Button, Civil War,VA 11th Infantry, Lynchburg
See link symbol under lot number. Nice. Horstman




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Button,Civil War, dug,Charlotte Court House
Found near Robinson's Store, Drakes Branch Area. Appears Crossed Cannons symbol



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Lure,Vintage,South Bend,Box
Luminus Woodpecker, South Bend, Fine box



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Ammo, 7.62 x 39. 99 rounds
5 boxes, one rd missing, 5 X $



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Letters and or Envelopes, US WWI, or
Envelope, Gaines, to Mossingford Va. in Charlotte Co Envelope, Major Gaines, 1886, from Drakes Branch Officers Letter, H.C.Williams, to Capt. Jno Guthrie, other









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Saddle Makers Tools, Civil War Era
Roinson's Store operated during the civil war. These came from that store. Later Became Smith's Store, Drakes Branch area. Tools for making saddles, shoes, other! Interesting!



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Vintage Soil Testing Kit,Lamotte
Awesome group, box is 14 x 7.5 x 10.5" . From Baltimore Md.

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Robertson's Works,Books,1850, Discovery of America
Overall good, some foxing but very readable! Interesting Found Volumes II & III, 2 is 1848,3 is 1848 also. Great Set

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Book,Tates Forms, Legal Forms, 1854
Spines, loose, readable, No nonsense legal forms. Virginia. For the Code of Virginia

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Parsons, Laws of Business,Book,1876
Cool, bad spine, very readable

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Books,1&2,Turner's Anglo Saxons, 1841
Owned by Gaines, Charlotte CH Virginia Very good read of history! Not a whitewashed account!












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Tackle,New Fly Fishin Pole,Penn 9', IMS 6590
4 Sections, 9' #5 Line, Graphite, USA

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Vintage Fishin, Akron Reel on cast iron
Iron rod, Fiberglass, both 55" Long


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Book, Thomas Hart Benton "Thirty years in the
Senate" Owned by Richard V. Gaines, Charlotte Co. 1854, Foxing, very readable History of Congress from 1820-1850. He was aide de camp to Andrew Jackson in War of 1812

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Bidding is a Contract- NO Buyer Remorse Allowed
We ask all to understand! Some do not. We are agents for the Seller / Client . DO NOT BID, This is not a shopping experience. NO Returns, NO Chargebacks.

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Primitive Sharpening Stone.
Improvised knife hone, very fine!

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Lamp, Miller, Brass Stick- must be rewired, 32" T
Would make a nice desk lamp. has new switch but cord has been cut. is signed. Art Deco


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Skillet, Campfire or "Bonfire" Awesome
36 inches long. Pan is 17" Dia x 3 1/8th " Deep. Riveted strap, Very good. Breakfast for 20 ! Iron handle and pan! Way Cool,

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Cutting Board, Red Oak, Awesome
17 1/2 x 32" w splash, old wood, planed, 3/4" Thick, Tiger Oak Variety

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Luggage Carrier, new unopened,
New in sealed box, 125 CM X 15.5 cm x 9 cm in dimensions.


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Fishing Reel, Pflueger, Capitol,Box,Papers
Awesome vintage Reel #1988, 1930s

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Fishing Reel,Penn, #145,Squidder ,box
super nice, USA, appears unused