Video: Sale of 10 a.m. Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Hello, I’m Robert Teel with Teel Auctions.
Each January we like to start off the year with a major catalog sale
of outstanding items. I believe we’ve outdone ourselves
this year. Let’s look at a few of the highlights. A mahogany and
burwood inlaid Porter Swan music box. It includes
eight records. This is a single comb music box
with 54 teeth per comb. A large lucite and
white parsons dining room table. 113 pieces
of Rosepoint patern sterling flatware by
Wallace. This includes the original booklet with information
about the maker and the origin of original purchase.
A large bronze Samuri statue with a painted robe
and sword. A huge carved walnut Black Forest German
cuckoo clock. The clock features a carved eagle crest
and a spread stag deer at the bottom, roman numerals and carved
all over. A pair of large bronze Spanish conquistador
statues holding spears. A sevent-part
Globe-Warnicke oak stack bookcase filing cabinet
with leaded glass top and slide out filing drawers.
An ornate bronze table lamp with prisms and it also has glass
inserts in the brass shade with roman style figureheads
atop each leg. A horse drawn funeral procession carriage
built by Geisel and Sons, estimated to be built around
the turn of the century in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A beautiful
heavily carved oak mirrored sideboard. This piece comes apart in two
sections. An early 1900s French-carved
two-door armoire with a mirrored front. It comes apart in seven
sections. The front is carved burled wood.
A wooden globe that flips up into a bar. The globe features a
world map on the outside with Greek mythology figures on the inside.
It also features a functioning refrigerated unit underneath.
A heavily decorated paneled Tibetan cabinet with two doors.
An oak cylinder secretary desk with bookcase
top and maple interior. A four-piece carved
upholstered living room set. It includes tufted armchair, sofa
settee and ottoman. A pair of well made Satsuma
table vases. The vases are heavily decorated with
enamel and gold gilt paint. A five drawer mahogany period
chest of drawers. A set of six leather Herman Miller office chairs, including two arm chairs and four sides. A two-seat Medowbrook horse-drawn cart, fully functional cart with upholstered flip up seats and additional storage underneath. An ornate solid brass chandelier. The chandelier is an eight candle chandelier with red gems around the base. A large Empire footed chest of drawers with crotch veneer on the front. An antique Victorian cylinder desk with carved walnut wood. A pair of heavily carved eagle arm chairs. A decorated black laquered asian cabinet with Geisha girl figures and floral trees on the front doors and sides. An antique post office window with a mail slot. A 72-piece Royal Doulton Bunnykins dish set, Gold Jubilee collection.
An early Italian scooter with original parts and paint, only has 50 miles on the odometer. A blue painted decorated asian sideboard. On Tuesday morning at 10 a.m.
we have hundreds and hundreds of other anitque and newer items that we didn’t get a chance to mention. Please come bid live or online. We’ll see you on Tuesday morning.

Do you know what this is?
This is one of history’s most important navigational devices.
It’s called a sextant.
You use it to focus on the horizon and the stars to help determine where you are in world.
It’s a beautiful piece of equiupment in a very nice case.
This one was made by Henry Hughes and Son of London and certified in 1943.
Other highlights for this Tuesday’s sale include
A hand painted Gone With the Wind lamp.
A Gone With the Wind lion lamp.
Two brass buckets, including one stamped Waterbury.
A nice selection of working glass butter churns.
A pair of antique powder horns.
A 50 piece Parrot green Depression glass set.
A large lot of Flow Blue dishes including Shirley Temple pitchers and bowls.
An awesome Folk Crafted Moose Country dish set.
A nice Asian crib.
An assortment of cast iron banks.
Fur coats.
Can liners and legal filing cart with shelves.
Office supplies including cork boards and white boards.
Office and cleaning supplies.
An eight-piece mid-century table and chairs set.
A beautiful fan pattern upholstered fainting sofa.
A seven-piece table and chairs set.
A Wallace Nutting hand-painted photographed titled “A Patriarch in Bloom.”
A Wallace Nutting hand-colored photograph titled “Tea in Yorktown Parlor.”
We’ll see you on Tuesday.