Date: Saturday, July 7, 2012
Lifetime Collection- A very partial listing
Sat. July7th 10:00am in our gallery in Johnson City, Tennessee
This is the last post that I will make.There will be a few duplicates but also a lot of new items. There is so much more than you see in the photos:
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Here are a few more photos posted July 2:
Here are more photos posted on June 29th:
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A Lifetime collection of County Store, 1950s Toys, Complete blacksmith shop, drink machines, other coin-op, Signs, Thermometers, Telephone booths, near mint farm wagon, railroad items, Bikes and pedal cars, Tobacco items, shelf inventory, Marx play set, gum machines and parking meters, Carousel elephant(not pig) from Coney Island, Cowboy movie star items, 1950s Formica and chrome tables, Massive moonshine still, Visible gas pump used in the movie "Little Miss 4th of July, 1000's of blister pack toys, Oil bottles and carrier, other old bottles, wagons, Coke and Pepsi items, candy and cig machines, ,1950s hubcaps, cowboy items, movie corner marquee, signal lanterns, collection of army toys, rubber machine, Wizzer style bikes, Coke bicycle, collection of hobby horses, Gas globes, early toys, and much more. This is a very partial listing. Close to 1000 items. Good early calendars, great smalls, spool cabinet, etc etc. .Great early primitive machines, platform scales, postcards, country store racks, soda shop items, advertising clocks, large collection of signs, Toms machine and jars, Texaco bathroom sign and keys, seed rack , large bear trap, barrel churn, service station air device, Fire emergency cabinet, auto oil cans and racks, restored and original coke coolers ,movie poster, Dairy Queen display cones, collection of pedal tractors, 1950s ash tray collection, Large AAA automobile club light up sign, cast iron collection, barber shop chair. Small barber pole, Neon, advertising tins, scooters, early printed posters, mannequins, and much more. This collection has both old and newer items mixed together. He bought what he wanted. Keen Kutter Ax,
cobblers tools, holiday items, copper still for home, movie theatre items,
diner items, WWII items, working arcase machines, RR signal lanterns, auto
tags, sirens and police lights, plus much more...................................
Preview- Friday 2-4 and Saturday at 9:00am (and anytime during the auction) Cash or check 10% Buyers fee.
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