TRADITIONAL NEW YEAR MULTI-ESTATE AUCTION SCHEDULED JANUARY 9

For our traditional January sale we will be ushering in the New Year with an astonishing mix of antiques and collectibles from all eras, unlike anything that we’ve offered before.  Buyers wait with anticipation for this sale knowing that we set pick some of the very best estate consignments for this event. We’ve hand picked pieces from homes in Washington, Barnegat, Tuckerton, West Creek, Berkeley, & Manahawkin, NJ as well as Catasauqua, PA.  The multi-estate auction will be held at the Eagleswood Fire Hall on Saturday, January 9 beginning with the auction Preview at 8 a.m.  As in the past, you won’t be disappointed.

Featured items include, but are not limited to, early J. Chein, Hubley and Cast Iron Toys; L.C. Tiffany, Baccarat, Depression, Carnival & Vaseline Glass; large selection of Roseville & Contemporary Pottery, circa 1700/1800 Delft Tiles; Signage & Transit items; loads of Ephemera including rare and one of a kind items from Tuckerton, NJ. Many choice Primitives and Paintings will also be on the auction block. Countless variety of vintage Tins, decorative Stoneware, Clocks, unusual Oil Lamps, and for the collector of bizarre specimens, we are offering a Prosthetic Wooden Leg, as well as a carton of Kotex Pads!  Quirky!

You’ll find an abundant selection of photographs of items in our Gallery Section by clicking on this link. Gallery Section — January 9, 2016.  For additional information on any lot in this sale, call Dan Melega at 609.618.7216 or email us at marilyn@legaciesoldandnew.com. Phone bidders are welcomed.  (Absentee Phone Bid Form click here.)  Or, you may wish to leave a bid or bid LIVE on items in our electronic catalog which can be found at the following link: http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-catalog/catalog_KCTF35S736

If you are considering consigning to a future sale, please don’t hesitate to contact us, our auctions fill-up quickly.  Our January sale is full, but we are currently taking consignments for our Coin and Currency Auction scheduled for Sunday, February 28 and our spring Saturday, April 23 auction.  There’s no fee for us to come out and preview items you wish to sell and you’re under no obligation.

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We will be ushering in the New Year with an astonishing mix of antiques and collectibles from all eras, unlike anything that we’ve offered before.  We’ve hand picked items from homes in Washington, Barnegat, Tuckerton, West Creek, Berkeley, & Manahawkin, NJ as well as Catasauqua, PA.  The multi-estate auction will be held at the Eagleswood Fire Hall on Saturday, January 9 beginning with the auction Preview at 8 a.m. If you’re unable to attend the auction, you may register to bid on items placed in the LIVE/Absentee Bid Catalog or you may phone bid.  Absentee/Phone Bid Form can be found here: ABSENTEE/PHONE BID FORM.

TOY-FEST at AUCTION part 2 — Oh Those Little Toy Guns!

We will be ushering in the New Year with an astonishing mix of antiques and collectibles from all eras, unlike anything that we’ve offered before.  We’ve hand picked items from homes in Washington, Barnegat, Tuckerton, West Creek, Berkeley, & Manahawkin, NJ as well as Catasauqua, PA.  The multi-estate auction will be held at the Eagleswood Fire Hall on Saturday, January 9 beginning with the auction Preview at 8 a.m.

The last blog showcased some of the old Tin Litho toys that we’ve uncovered in a dusty old attic dating from the early 1920’s to the end of the 1950’s. The time span was the greatest period for “hands-on” toys.   The era has long passed, but many of the toys are still around, and work as well as the day they were bought.

Today we will showcase some of the other outstanding, vintage toys on the auction block like the “…little toy guns…no sting no hurt no one…just a bang, bang rolling off your tongue…” (Carrie Underwood, Little Toy Guns).  Playtime was time spent on pretending and using your imagination while having hands-on with these great toys. I’ll bet many of you played cowboys and Indians with those little toy cap guns!  How many of you can recall the Lone Ranger with Tonto, Roy Rogers with Trigger, Dale Evans with Buttermilk, and Bullet too, as well as Hopalong Cassidy!  Well they will all be at the Fire Hall waiting to go home with their new owners! Once home you can play like nobody is watching! Oh, if the toys could talk!

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You’ll find an abundant selection of photographs displaying the majority of the fine items including but not limited to: vintage Valentine, Easter, Halloween & Christmas items, Jewelry, Pottery, Glass, Signage, old-fashioned Clothing, Ephemera, Primitives, Paintings along with the mid-century and old Toys, in our Gallery Section by clicking on this link. Gallery Section — January 9, 2016

So be sure to bring that ‘kid’ within you!  This auction will certainly rekindle your youth and imagination!

Unable to attend the auction? The Absentee/LIVE electronic Catalog is now available for previewing or bidding and can be found at http://www.auctionzip.com/auction-catalog/catalog_KCTF35S736

If you are considering consigning to a future sale, please don’t hesitate to contact us, our auctions fill-up quickly.  Our January sale is full, but we are currently taking consignments for our Spring auction which is scheduled for Saturday, April 23.  We are also planning a COIN Auction for early spring, so watch for details. There’s no fee for us to come out and preview items you wish to sell and you’re under no obligation.

TOY-FEST at AUCTION

We will be ushering in the New Year with an astonishing mix of antiques and collectibles from all eras, unlike anything that we’ve offered before.  We’ve hand picked items from homes in Washington, Barnegat, Tuckerton, West Creek, Berkeley, & Manahawkin, NJ as well as Catasauqua, PA.  The multi-estate auction will be held at the Eagleswood Fire Hall on Saturday, January 9 beginning with the auction Preview at 8 a.m.

This blog showcases some of the old Tin Litho toys that we’ve uncovered in a dusty old attic dating from the early 1920’s to the end of the 1950’s. The time span was the greatest period for “hands-on” toys.   The era has long passed, but many of the toys are still around, and work as well as the day they were bought.  This is the largest selection of toys that we’ve ever offered at auction.

What makes these toys so fascinating are the quality of the designs, as well as the fine finishing details.  Playtime was time spent on pretending and using your imagination while having hands-on with these great toys.

A short list of the overall toy manufacturers includes, but not limited to: Arcade, Buddy L, Hubley, J. Chein, Fleet Line, Mar/Marx, Ideal, Tonka, Elenee, Structo and Remco.

Here’s a sampling of some awesome Tin Litho toys up for bid:

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You’ll find an abundant selection of photographs in our Gallery Section by clicking on this link. Gallery Section — January 9, 2016

So be sure to bring that ‘kid’ within you!  This auction will certainly rekindle your youth and imagination!

This is just the ‘tip of the iceberg’ — we will be sorting and photographing items over the next few weeks.  As in the past, we will continuously update the photo gallery and listing so stay current with us by ‘liking’ this blog  as well as our Facebook Page (Legacies Old & New) and Twitter (TeamLegacy1998). Please feel free to SHARE!

If you are considering consigning to a future sale, please don’t hesitate to contact us, our auctions fill-up quickly.  Our January sale is full, but we are currently taking consignments for our Spring auction which is scheduled for Saturday, April 23.  There’s no fee for us to come out and preview items you wish to sell and you’re under no obligation.

CLICKS, SNIPS, PASTED MEMORIES ‘BOUT TO UNFOLD & OFFERED AT AUCTION

We will be ushering in the New Year with an astonishing mix of antiques and collectibles from all eras, unlike anything that we’ve offered before.  We’ve hand picked items from homes in Washington, Barnegat, Tuckerton, West Creek, Berkeley, & Manahawkin, NJ as well as Catasauqua, PA.  The multi-estate auction will be held at the Eagleswood Fire Hall on Saturday, January 9 beginning with the auction Preview at 8 a.m.

This blog features Ferrotype (Tintype), Daguerreotypes, Photographs, Scrap Books, Greeting Cards, Letters, Autograph Books, Patent Application, Journals and Invoices and so much more from the past primarily from the Tuckerton and Washington, New Jersey areas. Collections & Memories from the Aristocrat to the Bay Men have surfaced and will rekindle memories for each of us! Join us to preview on-line or on auction day, and perhaps be the successful bidder and take home another story to share!

 

Scrapbooks offered are full of Cutouts, Advertising Cards, Die Cuts, Postcards, Trade Cards, Greeting Cards and more from that era.  It’s amazing how well preserved these items are after sitting in an attic for one-hundred years! We will be offering a nice selection of Union Cases and other Tintypes too.  A tintype, also known as a melainotype or ferrotype, is a photograph made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of metal.  The image is then coated with a dark lacquer and used as the support for the photographic emulsion. Tintypes were used during the 1860s through 1870s.

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Decorative daguerreotype cases are referred to as Union cases. Often the cases have more value than the pictures they held. A Union case was small a square or rectangular and the top and bottom were designed to fit together.  When opened they revealed a small tintype.  The case could easily be carried in a pocket for a love one to take with them.  They were made with shellac and sawdust and then compressed.  Engravers cut thousands of detailed designs onto steel plates for use on the cases.  Union cases were also referred to as ‘sweetheart cases’ and were used up ’til the 1860’s due to the popularity of the cabinet cards.

You’ll find an abundant selection of photographs in our Gallery Section by clicking on this link. Gallery Section — January 9, 2016

This is just the ‘tip of the iceberg’ — we will be sorting and photographing items over the next six weeks.  As in the past, we will continuously update the photo gallery and listing so stay current with us by ‘liking’ this blog  as well as our Facebook Page (Legacies Old & New) and Twitter (TeamLegacy1998).

If you are considering consigning to a future sale, please don’t hesitate to contact us, our auctions fill-up quickly.  Our January sale is full, but we are currently taking consignments for our Spring auction.  There’s no fee for us to come out and preview items you wish to sell and you’re under no obligation.

Roseville, Fulper, Weller, Hull — Put Them All Together for a AAA Experience

AAA = AN AWESOME AUCTION!

At the request of the executor of the estate of the late Peter J. Price of Tabernacle, NJ, we will be selling the contents of his Estate as well as a private estate collection from South Jersey on Saturday, June 13 beginning with a preview at 8 a.m. Hope you’re planning to come join us at this DUAL ESTATE AUCTION! It will be held at the Eagleswood Fire Hall located at 219 Railroad Avenue in West Creek, NJ .  There you’ll discover a huge assortment of quality items to buy, and what a great opportunity this sale is for the Pottery Collector! Over fifty pieces of Roseville Pottery, plus Fulper, Lenox (Green & Gold Marks) Weller, Goebel, Hall, Hull and so much more have been consigned.

  • Roseville Pottery has been collected by many for decades. The Ohio based company was founded in 1890 and produced this exquisite pottery through 1954.   We will be offering some unusual designs during this sale. Roseville patterns currently consigned are: Apple Blossom, Baneda, Bittersweet, Bleeding Heart, Carnelian II, Cherry Blossom, Clemana, Columbine, Dawn, Donatello, Earlam, Florane, Florentine, Freesia, Fuschia, Futura, Imperial II, Iris, Ixia, Juvenile, Matte, Ming, Moderne, Moss, Mostique, Panel, Peony Pinecone, Poppy, Rozane, Rosecraft, Silhouette, Topeo, Tourmaline, Tuscany, Volpato, and Wincraft.

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  • As with many porcelain companies, Lenox china marks have varied  over the years.  The oldest colored mark for Lenox is black wreath. A green wreath was used between the years of 1906 and 1930. Around 1931, the words Made in USA were added to the mark. By 1955, however, many of the Lenox china items began showing a gold wreath as its mark instead of the green one.

A large selection of both Green & Gold Mark Lenox is up for bid at this auction. Below are select pieces of Lenox with green marks.

  • Decades after William Fulper founded Fulper Pottery, he appointed Martin Stangl vice president of the company in 1924.  Also at that time the company expanded by constructing “Plant No. 2” a few blocks from the original Fulper Factory.  Plant No. 2  produced Fulper Pottery’s newly developed Fulper Fayence art and dinnerware lines. The Fulper Fayence dinnerware was America’s first open stock solid-color dinnerware. This line ultimately became Stangl Pottery, and for many years was advertised as “Stangl Pottery, made by Fulper Pottery.”
  • Throughout the 1920s Fulper Pottery Artware continued to be produced at the original factory, however by 1926, demand for the Stangl Pottery products had increased to the point that a third production facility was acquired in Trenton, New Jersey! After 1935, the company continued to be Fulper Pottery, but produced only Stangl Pottery brand dinnerware.

Select pieces of Fulper pottery are also up for bid on June 13 — photos shown below.

 

We will continue to update you with our finds so keep following and liking our blogs, the Live Absentee Bid Catalog is now available, however we will be adding more lots to the Catalog, so check-in often.

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March 21 Auction News

LEGACIES OLD & NEW, INC. — MULTI-ESTATE AUCTION — Saturday, March 21
ORDER OF SALE: PREVIEW: 8 a.m. – BOX LOTS 9 a.m.
10 a.m. CATALOG followed by TABLE ITEMS and FURNITURE
Eagleswood Fire Hall, 219 Railroad Avenue, West Creek, NJ 08092

Wow, what a long, cold, snowy winter it’s been! It seems as though it’ll never end! But, the bright part of this winter is that it is almost OVER! So come join us on Saturday, March 21 at the Eagleswood Fire Hall located at 219 Railroad Avenue in West Creek, NJ, at our early SPRING Multi-Estate Auction. There you’ll discover a huge assortment of items to bid on, and what a great opportunity for a change of scenery! Items can be previewed the morning of the sale beginning at 8 a.m, and can also be viewed in our Gallery Section by clicking on the March 21 Multi-Estate Auction Tab above.

Here’s an abbreviated list of items up for auction: FEATURED ITEMS: Exquisite Boehm Porcelain Birds, hundreds of Lionel Trains & Accessories, Win Salmons’ Painting, John Stobart Lithographs, US Navy 2-sided Porcelain Sign, Police & Firemen Badges, Precious & Semi-precious Stones, a cloth Bagpipe Chewing Tobacco Sign, salesman’s sample Saddle & a Dresser, Heineken Neon Beer Sign; plus: POTTERY, PORCELAIN & GLASS: Roseville (featuring a rare Trial Glaze Window Box, plus Futura, Morning Glory, Dogwood II, Peony, Freesia, White Rose, Wincraft, Iris & ca 1910 Landscape Pitcher), Hull, Lenox, Lladro, Stangl, and Christopher Radko. TOYS TRAINS & COLLECTIBLES: Anna Lee Dolls, Hot Wheels Sizzler Cars, Track & accessories. FURNISHINGS & MOTIF: Framed and autographed lithographs by John Stobart, a set of twelve Barnegat Bay Decoy & Gunning Show Prints, and a limited edition 6/200 giclee Print by Jeannette M. Bond of the Fish Factory. S. J. LORE: Goose carved by Hurley Conklin, and other Decoys. EPHEMERA: Palisades Amusement Park Poster, small Scrap Books of Portraits done by Ship Bottom artist Karl Von Schuler, Charles Edgar Nash’s ‘The Lure of Long Beach’ from the desk of Frank H. Klein, Borough of Ship Bottom 50th Anniversary Booklet, ‘Six Miles at Sea’ signed by author, ‘A Nor’easter Midnight Reader, Down Barnegat Bay (signed by author), Autograph Book belonging to J. Frank Armstrong ca. 1882-1885, “Stobart – The Rediscovery of America’s Maritime Heritage” 1st edition and signed, and Sports Illustrated Posters. ELECTRONICS & TOOLS: Bunker Hill & Weatherproof Security Cameras, Bunker Hill 4 Channel Surveillance DVR, Craftsman large Socket Set, Electron Tube Test Set, Radio Tubes, and Generators. PRIMITIVES: Paper Roller, Fire Bellows, Weathervane, Yokes, and large Two Handled Handsaws. LADIES’ & GENTLEMEN’S VINTAGE VOGUE: Full length Fur Coats, formal-ware Jacket, large selection of Sterling & Costume Jewelry, Watches, and Beaded Bags. FOOD provided by Chef Rich. Please visit our website at http://www.legaciesoldandnewauctions.wordpress.com for a full list of items on the auction block and Terms of Sale by clicking on the March 21 Auction Tab on our home page.

 

 ALL SALES ARE FINAL, NO RETURNS
ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS WHERE IS WITH NO GUARANTEES
ITEMS MUST BE REMOVED THE DAY OF SALE.
15% Buyer’s Premium for Cash & Approved Checks – 18% Credit Cards
Phone Bidders Welcomed/Form – All Sales Are Final
auctionzip.com Auctioneer no. 5103 or legaciesoldandnewauctions.wordpress.com
609.294.3122 or 609.618.7216 or Marilyn@legaciesoldandnew.com

 

Unable to attend the auction? Our Live\Absentee Bid Catalog of select items is now available at the following link: http://www.auctionzip.com/aflive.html?method=getCatalogLots&catalogref=31RY6ZNJGK

Or, if you see an item(s) that is not in the catalog, contact us to arrange an absentee or phone bid.

If you are considering consigning to our sale, please don’t hesitate to contact us.  There’s no fee for us to come out and preview items you wish to sell and you’re under no obligation.  We are currently considering consignments for our annual Summer Multi-estate Auction.  Don’t delay.