ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES AUCTION
VINTAGE EAMES LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN, RUSSELL WOODARD EXTRUDED ALUMINUM AND OTHER MID-CENTURY MODERN FURNITURE, 209 LOTS OF GOLD AND 19 LOTS OF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY, 35 LOTS OF HISTORICAL ITEMS FROM THE KAIN FAMILY FROM YORK, BEAUTIFUL NEW NATIVITY SET W/WOOD STABLE, MANY OIL LAMPS, 100 PCS. BLUE CUSTARD GLASS, GRANDFATHER AND MANTLE CLOCKS, TOYS, GIBSON BANJO, GLASSWARE, PAINTINGS AND PRINTS, HALLOWEEN AND CHRISTMAS ITEMS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2020 AT 9:00 A.M.
TOOMEY AUCTION CENTER
240 HATCHERY ROAD IN HELLAM TOWNSHIP.
EVERYONE MUST WEAR A MASK AND PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING
Vintage Mid-Century Modern Eames lounge chair and ottoman, vintage Russell Woodard extruded aluminum sofas and tables, Jamestown, Harden, Kindel and other furniture, oak drysink, dove-tailed blanket chests, brass towel rack, Federal bullseye mirror, two very ornate mantles, Victorian sofas, corner cabinet, barrel furniture, marble top pcs., oak hall seat with mirror, Hipplewhite cherry dove-tailed slant front desk, oak side-by-side, 5 barstools, 2 oak ice boxes, dropleaf tables, washstands, cast iron doorstops, etc, crocks and jugs, lead glass, slag glass and hanging lamps, inlaid game table, oriental rugs, 100+ blue custard glass pcs . to inc. 30 oil lamps, covered animal dishes, bottles, S & P, syrup pitchers, spittoon, toothpick holders, goblets, plates, candleholders; childs tea set, red & white coverlet, salt crock, 92+ pcs. Shelley "Dainty Blue" china, Roseville, Mary Gregory glass, Carnival and pattern glass, Northwestern Poosh-M-Up game, Marx Mot-o-Run in orig. box, Neumans ice cream tray, copper funnel w/strainer, laquered salad set, copper items, Smyser decoy, Philip Morris tin sign, 3 pedal tractors and pedal car, lard cans, York Container Christmas boxes, set of pink and white Hazel Atlas Crinoline dishes, child's washstand, drysink and dresser, 1800's dress sword, Sterling flatware, candlesticks, bowls, etc., Foust jugs, cast iron boot scrapers, G & K , FBT RR brass lock & key, brass & iron hand forged trivet, Wrightsville coffee grinder, 88 Matchbox cars in orig. boxes, other Matchbox cars and trucks, 26 Hot Wheels red line cars, Hubley motorcycle, thread boxes, oil bottles, apothacary bottles, 1836 & 1837 Liberator papers, postcards, Vee Jackson ceramics, 2 Roy Rogers and Trigger tractor trailers, Dolly's nurse kit, tip trays, cast iron tree stand, Steiff toys, 70 metal candy molds, 2 miner's lamps, 2 candlestick phone lamps, Harmony Kingdom collectibles, piano babies, 2 E. Ziimmerman painted trays, paper mache cats & pumpkins, oak tool chest with base, Oak Regina music box and discs, 2 sets of American Flyer trains and accessories, Serv. for 12 Lenox "Harvest" dishes, set of Wedgewood dishes, R.S Prussia items, John Clarks spool cabinet, many pin backs to inc: political and sports, lg. painting of nude on canvas (not frame), Pictures and prints to inc: R. Atkinson Fox, C. E. Poet (1913), Wallace Nutting, Bertram Bahbe, Zimmerman and more, 207 lots of gold and silver jewelry, 35 lots of Historical documents, 3 mechanical banks, beautiful new Nativity set w/wood stable and much more not listed. Check our website at www.toomeyauction.com or auction zip # 1893 for additions and photos.
Preview: Wednesday evening from 2 to 6 PM. TERMS: 10% BUYERS PREMIUM AND 3% CREDIT CARD FEE. CASH OR APPROVED PA CHECK, VISA, MC, DISC, AMEX. Jewelry will be sold at 12 noon, Furniture sells at 4:00 PM
HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS FROM THE KAIN FAMILY, YORK, PA
- Broadside of a List of Members of the Resolution Hose Company for 1841, York. Printed at the Publication Rooms #7, South Liberty Street, Baltimore. 14” X 17” on conserved paper, some surface discoloration.
- Writ for the delivery of a said Orange Bush, a fugitive in the York County jail, to Robert Gott, an agent on behalf of the state of Maryland. Mr. Bush has been arrested for the kidnapping of Ashbell Boston, a freeman of color, on the 31st day of January 1818. Signed by Tho. Sergeant, Secretary.
- An Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity taken by George Newman in July 1778, No. 582. Printed by Hall and Sellers, York-Town 1778
- York & Maryland-Line Turnpike Company stock certificate, issued to James A. Buchanan for 1 share of stock, an early James Buchanan signature dated 1820.
- Soldiers Memorial for the 87th Regiment, Company E, Pa. Volunteers. Colored litho published by J.L. Anderson at Winchester, VA, June 4th, 1863. Some minor damage. Litho by Hoen & Co, Balto.
- Photo composite “The Defenders of our Union”. 109 Commanders of the Union Army. Photographed and published by C.F. May, 519 9th Avenue, New York. Some discoloration.
- The York Gazette dated June 30, 1863 with an article concerning “The Invasion-Occupation of York by the Enemy”. General Early requisitions upon the citizens of York.
- A note on lined paper dated the 30th of June, 1863 talking about the surrender of York with provenance.
- A discharge paper for Private John William from the Company K, Penna Volunteers on the 20th day of April, 1861. Signed by George Hay.
- A note on Government issued stationery to a Miss Sallie Keeney, York, PA, postmarked Hagerstown, MD. This note speaks to movements around Virginia. Also, an envelope addressed to Capt Solomon Myers, Co. E, 87th Penna. Volunteers, postmarked Harrisburg, PA
- Letter to Maj. Geo. Hay, Brigade Inspector, York, PA dated 1848.
- Rare issue of The Cartridge Box, Vol. 2, dated Saturday, June 24, 1865. Published and printed at the U. S. Army General Hospital, York, PA . This paper contains names of patients and their regiments that were admitted, discharged or died.
- New York Herald newspaper, Saturday, April 15, 1865. The Assination of President Lincoln and other victims. Also contains war news.
- York Daily Newspaper dated May 26, 1879 with the lead article about Zion Lutheran Church Semi-Centennial, restored condition
- Two columns from The Gazette dated February 8, 1825 concerning the reception for General LaFayette and schedule for his tour of US. Hints at conflict between York and Hanover. Partially restored.
- The York Recorder dated March 14, 1804. Notes on Bonipart and movement in Europe.
- The York Gazette Dated Thursday, December 28, 1815, single page of local news. Some staining.
- The York Recorder dated Wednesday, February 19, 1800. Information on smallpox inoculation and Negro runaways.
- The Pennsylvania Chronicle dated Wednesday, April 2, 1788, printed both in English and German.
- The Pennsylvania Republican dated Wednesday, December 19, 1838, printed and published in York. Interesting article on Lewis Michael instrument maker, notes for Railroad connection Baltimore and Philadelphia and completion of canal stage and railroad.
- The Maryland and Baltimore Journal, dated August 20, 1773. Large article by George Washington on 20000 acre patent and land available, contains notice of runaway Negro named Prince with hacks in his forehead, poor condition.
- York Daily dated September 7, 1901. President shot at Pan American Exposition in Buffalo.
- York Daily dated September 14, 1901. President McKinley is Dead
- York and Peach Bottom Railroad Company, 1882 & 1885 stock certificates. Printed in Phila. Excellent railroad cartouches
- City Bank of York, Pa, 1904 & 1907, Printed in Phila., superb engraving of an Italianate townhouse.
- Knickerbocker & Nevada Silver Mining Company, dated 1815, has 25 cent IRS stamp.
- San Rafael Cattle Company stock dated (2) 1883 and 1894. Cattle drive theme.
- 2 Tavares, Apopka and Gulf Railroad Company stock, gold bond, No 46 & 48
- Application by John Demuth to purchase Rush Island near Pigs Landing in Lancaster County, August 16, 1808. Contains excellent signatures of Governor McKean and Andrew Ellicott. Condition excellent. Printed on laid paper.
- Indenture for a transfer between David Griffith and Thomas Griffith in the Manor of Maskne, Shrewsbury Township, York County. Part of the transfer is of a mine to which the Crown has 1/5th rights of the iron ore at the mine mouth. Signed by James Hamilton, Lte Gov. Parchment stained and creased. James Hamilton was a leading Tory as well as Lieutenant Governor of Penn and a Board Member of the University of Pennsylvania.
- Deed for Winegar Ferry in Donegal Township, Lancaster County. Rights transferred to maintain boats on the shores of the Susquehanna River, as well as a ferry between York and Lancaster Counties. All signatures are by seal marks. 1802. Some staining and tears at creases.
- Sheriff’s Sale transfer for two parcels along the Susquehanna River in Donegal Township, Lancaster County. 1758. Good condition. Parchment. Signature of Joseph Shippen and Joseph Pugh, sheriff of Lancaster County.
- Land Indenture, Windsor Township, York County, August 8, 1763. John Bear and Henry Bear and their wives. Header is a rare printed header by Ephrata Cloister. Of social note: each wife was said to be old enough to have the right to be a part of the transfer. Some discoloration with folds in the parchment.
- Transfer Indenture between Wiengaurd Bott and MarionDetter for a lot in Bottstown, York County. 1786, Excellent condition. Wax seals existing on laid paper.
- Rare Northumberland deed from 1815, a weaving machine is used by John Wilson to purchase 247 acres of farmland. Condition is poor but readable, tears and creased.