Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 5:00P.M.
The Pre-sale begins at 1:00P.M.(Large Pre-sale)
36 Water Street
1-800-474-2507 or (207)582-1455
For photos and descriptions please visit our website at: www.farrinsauctions.com or visit www.auctionzip.com ID.#2955. Call 1-800-474-2507 or 207-582-1455. Please check our website for updates as we will be adding items right up to auction time! The Pantry has a nice selection of homemade food and we are handicap accessible.
This auction offers the contents of a Saco, Maine estate combined with an estate from northern Maine. This auction will feature nice furniture, smalls and a coin collection.
There will be a large pre-sale with many tools including a early table saw with a cast iron base.
Globe on stand, antique arrow back rocker, set of 12 N.O.S Victorian brass pulls, signed carved and painted fish on board by “Randy Hoff”, nice Victorian Motto in a deep walnut frame “Forget Me Not”, three Lladro figurines, table top globe on stand, coverlet, framed still life print of fruit, yard long print of roses by “Paul de Longiere’”, antique oil on board of Moosehead Lake, Me., small oil on canvas of an oriental gentleman at the “Great wall of china?”, winter scene of a church by listed Maine artist “Maurice Day”, abstract signed and numbered lithograph of a clock man by “Paul Freeman”, quilt, antique small braided rug/mat, 3 gallon stoneware jug, nice tole ware to include: bread tray, large tray, small tray, rectangular tray with strawberry decoration, large oval tray, nice rectangular large tray on wooden stand, small Chippendale mirror w/ Eldered Wheeler label, nice oil on canvas still life of flowers by “Odette Midorge”, three stitched mottos: home sweet home, to a friend’s house the road is never long and a sampler, great antique log cabin quilt, great antique crazy quilt, crochet bed spreads and other linens, set of 4 walnut side chairs w/ nice upholstery, great pair of modern leather club chairs, two nice signed “J. Gould” hand colored hummingbird lithographs, nice large print of flying ducks by “Ruane Manning”, Bundy clarinet, great signed “Baker Furniture Co.” mahogany butlers serving stand, 1897 bannerette weathervane w/ directional, early red painted dome top box, great pair of brass girandoles w/ prisms, fancy brass table top lighter w/ prisms, fancy cut glass and brass candleholder, pr. small brass candlesticks, figural candlestick, arts and crafts brass wall pocket, nice oak 5 dr. chest w/ splash, small mahogany column front bookcase, old wooden Wells, Maine “R. Colby, Bourne Ave. For Rent sign, two table top globes, quilt, porringer top maple stand w/ drawer, nice 3 pc. cast aluminum garden set, nice stack of 9 expensive modern painted Shaker oval boxes, Shaker sewing box w/ handle, signed Frye oval painted pantry box, Royal Copenhagen clown figurine, large Native American decorated coil gathering basket, fancy iron floor lamp, pine 4 dr. chest w/ walnut pulls, nice bow front curved glass oak china cabinet, antique lithograph of a Revolutionary War Soldier, early stretcher base tavern table w/ molded edge top, large early framed engraving of a wedding scene “La Cinquantaire”, two wooden coffee grinders, early turned wooden mortar and pestle, nice early stretcher base tavern table w/ drawer, set of 6 antique stencil decorated Hitchcock rush seat chairs, early porringer top splay leg Queen Anne pad foot table, early wooden bread board, two early ribbed wooden washboards, early wooden sock dryer, early wooden cabbage slicer w/ heart cutout, early lighting to include: two early and rare wedding ring hog scraper push up candlesticks, early tin lantern, signal lantern, grease lamp and two early tin whale oil lamps, fancy cast iron wall match holder, antique painted black bow back Windsor, antique white painted bow back Windsor, mahogany copper lined smoking stand, mahogany inlaid tilt top stand, signed “Kittinger” tiger maple wall mirror, two O.G wall mirrors, Gody fashion print, floral prints, bail handle pantry box w/ cover, 4 qt. signed Frye wooden measure, wooden doll cradle, three tin pudding molds, stoneware advertising crock “Canal St. Boston, Mass.”, Victorian nickel banquet lamp, wooden block plane signed “B.W.W”, ironstone pitcher, misc. silver plate items, Currier and Ives print of a lady, early tin and copper bowl, painted three drawer pine chest, chrome 1950’s metal spring chair, nice oak parlor stand, great antique wicker fernery, two nice antique wicker chaise lounges, large globe on stand, lot of 4 antique walking sticks including carved alligator, oak music cabinet, 4 Franklin Porcelain figures of famous women, early wooden chair table, walnut and marble fern stand, nice antique child’s paint decorated sideboard, small oriental design table top screen, Oak S-roll top desk with chair, oak L-chest, several oak chests, decorated cottage pine dressers, nice refinished Saratoga trunk, mahogany Secretary, Fancy oak china closet with filigree, several marble top stands including fancy round one, Diamond Dye cabinet with the angels, 6 drawer walnut spool cabinet, oak sideboard, Oriental rugs, pair of Chippendale chairs, snowshoes, several fancy Victorian frames, Wing chairs, wicker desk, sextant, oak library table, 3 piece mahogany parlor set, U.S. Titanic print, ship shadow box, early dough box with cover, DY-O-LA cabinet, 2 old porcelain advertising signs, religious needlework, great charcoal drawing of wolves and elks, early bench in paint, several early stands, nice slag glass lamp, coin silver, large coin collection to include many silver dollars-halve dollars, commemorative, and foreign money a large collection, small brass cash register, early apothecary jar, plus many other quality items.
Terms: A 15% buyer's premium will be applied to all sales. There will be 5.5% Maine State Sales Tax applied unless we have a valid resale number on file. All descriptions are subject to error. Cash, credit cards or approved check are acceptable forms of payment.
Preview: Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 2:00P.M. To 5:00P.M. Wednesday, May 29, 2019 from 8:00A.M. To auction time.
Directions: From Cony Circle in Augusta, Maine, take Route 9 west for 7 miles to Randolph, Maine. From the Gardiner, Maine bridge, take route 9 east for half a mile. Watch for our sign on your right!
Russell A. Farrin