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Category: ALL (105 records) Auction Title: 5018 Machinist Tools, Vintage Collectibles, Mid-Century Items, Antiques, Very Interesting Book Titles, Collectible Coins & Bills. No Credit Cards at this sale. Checks or cash only. North East Lehigh Acres / Alva, FL - AUCTION BEGINS TO END : Tuesday, November, 26th 7:00PM ET

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T1-1.jpgDark Mission Oak Arts & Crafts style library table / desk. This table was disassembled when we got it. We assembled it, and it is fairly sturdy. Buyer should be prepared to check it over and tighten up the occasional screw or use glue and make a more permanent assembly. Looks like all of the pieces are there. Has been re-veneered in the past. Some veneer loose and should be re-glued. It is an original, not a reproduction. So it's probably close to a hundred years old. Overall it is in pretty good shape.

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T2-1.jpgLate 1950s child's rocker. It had a natural (blonde) finish up until the late 1970s when someone painted it and applied decals. Pretty sturdy for a 60 year old chair. Will need some screws tightened here and there.

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T3-1.jpgOak Library Table. Just like the Mission Library Table above, this one was disassembled when we got it. After we put it together we noticed we put the leg with the damaged foot on the front side. You can swap these legs around. Pretty sturdy, and a natural oak design like you can't get anymore. Has nice carvings in the legs. This one is probably a little older than the Mission table above. A little work and this will be a great show piece. No veneer. Solid Oak.

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T4-1.jpgAntique Minnesota treadle sewing machine in a very old oak cabinet. This one is a project, but it looks like all the pieces are there. We'd say this one is well over a hundred years old.

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T5-1.jpgThis is a very old light fixture/chandelier. We performed a little wiring magic, and put a couple of compact florescent bulbs in it and it works like a champ. We don't know what that piece in the last picture is, but it looked close enough to this fixture that we put it in the same lot. Don't know what style this is, but if you had a dungeon . . .

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T6-1.jpgNice little reproduction antique lamp that looked so good sitting on this table we photographed it there. Sorry, you don't get the table. Comes with a second shade that fits a different lamp. It's a desk lamp so it's only about a foot tall.

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T7-1.jpgDrop leaf table.

Looks like solid wood. It is approximately 22" tall, and with both leaves up it is about 24" - 25" across the top in both directions. With both leaves down the center section of the top is about 8" - 9" across and about 24" long.

Very good condition. Not sure of the age, but we're pretty sure it's over 30 years old.

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T8-1.jpgGlass, chrome, and dark wood oval coffee table. Approximately 4' long by 2' wide. Standard coffee table height of about 18". Very good condition

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T9-1.jpgAn Epee. It's used in the sport of fencing. It's been sitting around since our last auction. The consignor called it his Zorro sword. The Zorro hat is gone, but you can still get his sword.

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T10-1.jpgThis is a 1956 or 1957 Webcor Royal Coronet tube powered tape recorder. It works. Watch the video for a demonstration and more details.


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T11-1.jpgVintage rotary dial pay station telephone. Setup to work on a standard residential landline phone line. Dials out and rings in. Please see video for more details and demonstration.


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T12-1.jpgFloor standing, approximately 12" diameter, world globe from the late 1960s. Pretty decent condition. Approximately 30" tall.

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T13-1.jpgCouple of Vintage 1960s folk art pieces. Writing on back indicates 1965. Not much more to go on. They're midcentury vintage and will look great on your wall. Each one is approximately 13" x 28" tall.

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T14-1.jpgA 21" professional tile cutter. New in the box. Never used.

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T15-1.jpgVintage poker chip rack with an equally old deck of vintage playing cards. All you need is three friends who don't know how to play poker very well.

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T16-1.jpgA set of Klipsch computer speakers with a subwoofer. They work and will make those error message alert tones sound like a million bucks.

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T17-1.jpgA vintage 1960s titian (that is a shade of red hair) bubblecut Barbie head. Looks very Ann Margret don't you think? Just the head. No doll or accessories. Pretty good condition.

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1895 Indian Head Penny. Looks very nice.

Please use your own ability to grade these coins. Many coins have collector value beyond melt value.

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Roosevelt Dimes, Various Dates Between 1946 to 1964, 90% Silver

Please use your own ability to grade these coins. Many coins have collector value beyond melt value. Get these now before silver goes back up to over $18 per ounce.

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T20-1.jpgSeveral pieces of pressed glass, possibly depression era. The cruet has a slight lavender tint to it. The silver plated tray has no markings

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Eisenhower Silver Dollars, One each from 1972, 1976 Bicentennial Edition, and 1977.

Please use your own ability to grade these coins. Many coins have collector value beyond melt value.

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This is a brick from "The Brickyard" also known as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana. Consignor's father worked for several crews at Indy in the 1950s and 1960s, and repairs were constantly being made to the track. In 1955 Ray Crawford, a famous race driver and World War II fighter pilot ace, received several bricks that had been removed from the track. He (Ray) gave this brick to consignor's dad after the May 1955 race. The brick reads:

W.C. Co.
Culver Block
Pat. May 21 1901

The black & white photo shows consignor's father on the right of Crawford's car with his hands in his pockets. Further back the man in the sports jacket, tie, and cowboy hat is J. C. Agajanian, the man who would own the 1963 winning car.

This brick had been in the consignor's father's collection for over 60 years. There is damage to the brick that has always been there, according to consignor. It is assumed that this damage is what caused the brick to be removed from the track. It weighs nearly 10 pounds.



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T23-1.jpgTwo vintage picnic baskets. The left one is probably close to being an antique. The one on the left is made of tin with a basket weave printed on. It has bent wood handles. And the wood is beginning to crack.

The one on the right is a Red Man. Lid hinge works well, and the handles are bent metal.

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T24-1.jpg1962 Indianapolis 500 Dan Gurney Mickey Thompson Souvenir

This is a "Knock-Off". It holds the wheel and tire assembly on a race car. Consignor's father was a mechanic on many race crews in Indianapolis. In 1962 he crewed Dan Gurney's #34 Mickey Thompson Indy 500 car. This knock-off, from that 1962 car, had been in his father's collection for over 50 years. It's made of steel and it hasn't had the best care taken of it. It is rusty in places. Nothing has been done to it since 1962. It could be polished and made to look good as new. The first black & white photo shows the car and consignor's father working on it with Dan Gurney in the cockpit. Second black & white photo shows consignor's father touching the roll bar with Mickey Thompson standing next to him on his right, and Dan Gurney in front holding helmet. You will never find another one of these.

There is an Indy race track brick available in Lot 22.

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T25-1.jpgThis is the harlequin lot.

Great looking harlequin statue. Displays very well from the front. However, he looks like he was dropped and much of his neck is gone on the back side (see pictures). He is very solid and quite repairable or, as the consignor did, just display him with his back to the wall. You get the framed print, too. He's about 24" inches tall and stands on a base about 7" square. The framed print of the harlequin girl is approximately 16" x 20".

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T26-1.jpgDC (battery) to AC 410 watt power converter. We tested it by plugging it in the cigarette lighter in the car and then we plugged one of those Rembrandt lamps with a 3-Way bulb (from lot 27) into it. Worked like a champ. Has two 120v outlets and a 5v USB port. Also has optional battery clamp cables that you can use instead of plugging it into a cigarette lighter outlet.

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T27-1.jpgTwo gorgeous, 1960s Rembrandt, aqua and brass living room lamps with their original hang tags. First things first. They're 8.5 (pushing 9) out of 10 in condition. 10 out of 10 in mid century style. There is a bit of discoloration on some areas of the brass. We're not messing with it. From 5 feet way they look perfect. They have built in dimmers. You turn the switch to turn the lamps on, then the farther you turn the switch the brighter the light. They still have their original cords and they're still usable. You won't find another set of lamps like these.

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T28-1.jpgCase of 12 mini-vibe personal massagers. Some people call them pocket rockets. They require 1 AA battery (not included). Case has never been opened; still shrink wrapped. They're 3 to 4 inches tall.

There is a second lot of 9 of these in Lot 31. We took one of those, inserted a battery into it, and it worked. There is a three position switch usable by turning the bottom piece. The three positions are OFF, ON, OPEN. Open is to insert the battery. We found that we had to pull the metal contact out just a hair in order for it to make contact when the case is closed and you turn it to the ON position.

They're not too terribly loud.

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T29-1.jpgA Crate FXT120 guitar amplifier with DSP. 120 watts, 2x12" speakers with multiple effects built in. Clicking here will take you to the user's manual.

We plugged a guitar into the input on the front and made a little noise. This amp works. We did not check every feature or function. Feel free to bring your guitar and cord to the preview and check it out. No foot switch.

This amp has two minor issues. Someone spliced the power cord. Not a big deal, just looks bad. And the tolex is torn and missing on the bottom front (see pictures), doesn't effect play just looks bad. A piece can be glued in, no big deal. Also, thirty minutes with a spray bottle of cleaner and a rag will make a world of difference.

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T30-1.jpgVery chic, swinging '60s clutch purses and a mod vinyl tote bag. All of these bags are still quite usable and clean. The ones with handles or straps are manufactured in such a way that the handles can be stored in the purse and used as a clutch . . .

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pull the handles or straps out. Either way. You get all 6 for one price.

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T31-1.jpgOpened case of 9 mini-vibe personal massagers. Some people call them pocket rockets. They require 1 AA battery (not included). They're 3 to 4 inches tall. There is a second lot of 12 of these in an unopened case in Lot 28.

We took one of those, inserted a battery into it, and it worked. There is a three position switch usable by turning the bottom piece. The three positions are OFF, ON, OPEN. Open is to insert the battery. We found that we had to pull the metal contact out just a hair in order for it to make contact when the case is closed and you turn it to the ON position.

They're not too terribly loud.

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T32-1.jpgMasters and Johnson's
On Sex and Human Loving.

. . . and a couple of other interesting titles. The Masters and Johnson book is a classic on the subject. Everybody should have a read. There may still be things to learn.

All books in very good to excellent condition.

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T33-1.jpgHarley-Davidson motorcycle oriented books.

Lots of history in the one on the left, and lots of great pictures in the one on the right. Both in very good to excellent condition.

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T34-1.jpgDr. Atkins' and The South Beach diets.

All 3 books plus the Dave Ramsey money book are in very good to excellent condition.

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1964 Kennedy half dollars, 90% silver. One is colorized and has a few scratches here and there (see pictures), the other is a very clean example of a '64 Kennedy half.

Please use your own ability to grade these coins. Many coins have collector value beyond melt value. Get these now before silver goes back up to over $18 per ounce.

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Jefferson Nickles, Various Dates Between 1930s - 1940s

Please use your own ability to grade these coins. Many coins have collector value beyond melt value.

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Mercury Dimes, Various Dates, 90% Silver

Please use your own ability to grade these coins. Many coins have collector value beyond melt value. Get these now before silver goes back up to over $18 per ounce.

Lot 1 of 2 Mercury Dimes

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Mercury Dimes, Various Dates, 90% Silver

Please use your own ability to grade these coins. Many coins have collector value beyond melt value. Get these now before silver goes back up to over $18 per ounce.

Lot 2 of 2 Mercury Dimes

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Kennedy Half Dollars, Various Dates, No 1964s, 40% Silver.

Please use your own ability to grade these coins. Many coins have collector value beyond melt value. Get these now before silver goes back up to over $18 per ounce.

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T40-1.jpgHere's a dozen restaurant table top candles. Out of twelve 3 or 4 are mostly unused, 3 or 4 are pretty used, and 3 or 4 are somewhere in the middle. Overall, if you take these home, you'll have plenty of hours of candle light for those romantic dinners. All twelve are blue, and are glass.

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T41-1.jpgMannequin torso form. Don't know what size she is but guessing she might be a medium blouse size. Not too big, not too small. She is adjustable for height from the floor.

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T42-1.jpgLooks like 40 - 50 78 RPM records many with sleeves. We didn't pull them all out and look at them, but the ones we did make us think 1940s - 1950s big band, jazz, and or swing. We saw a couple of Harry James and his orchestra.

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T43-1.jpgBlack Americana.

Looks like a black felt doll. We've shown both sides even though they're the same. It is in remarkable shape for something that may have been around since the 1940s. No face, no detail, but well stitched and in excellent condition.

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T44-1.jpgAlternative Lifestyle Books

Both are in excellent condition and cover the arts and sciences of fetish attire and BDSM.

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T45-1.jpgA vintage 3 pack. A 1950s aluminum salt and pepper shaker set, a glass ashtray probably from the 1960s, and what could be used as a bud vase or a cream pitcher or whatever your imagination can come up with. Pitcher is about 10" tall.

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Vintage graniteware canning pot.

Porcelain on steel water bath canning pot with rack. We didn't measure, but this is probably 3.5 to 4 gallons. It is in excellent condition except for the rack. It has a lot of mineral buildup on it, but is in good condition. It's the part that's always the first thing to go. The pot looks almost new, but the consignor says it was his grandmothers and is at least as old as the 1940s; maybe older.



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T47-1.jpgTexas Instruments introduced the BA-SOLAR Business Analyst calculator in 1986 as the first solar powered financial calculator.

You get that calculator and . . .

A Seiko Spanish to English translator. Both work like champs.

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T48-1.jpgA board game entitled Song Burst wherein you guess the lyrics of pop songs from the 1950s and 1960s. Plays something like trivial pursuit with a huge stack of cards containing questions. Lots of fun for those who remember the songs of yesteryear.

Also, a very big book on guitar chords. Ever wonder how to finger a C Suspended 4th or an E Flat Major? Not anymore. Get the big picture book of guitar chords and wonder no more.

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T49-1.jpgThe Jump Wings . . .

didn't make it into the lead picture, but there is a set in this lot along with a  picture (please see the other pictures). You also get . . .

A Combat Infantry Badge
Some First Cavalry patches
A couple of USAREUR (US Army Europe) patches
A couple of Spec 4 patches
A couple of Presidential Unit Citation ribbons
An Expert marksmanship badge with rifle attachment
A brass Private First Class rank pin
An Engineer Corps enlisted man's collar disk, and a U.S. Army shirt tape.

All of it is in excellent condition.

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T50-1.jpgA couple of computer carrying bags. One is made by Icon and the other is DELL and has a shoulder strap.

With airlines charging for carry on bags nowadays, a lot of people use these as personal items that fit under the seat in front of them at no charge. With their soft sides, they can hold quite a bit of stuff.

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