32nd ANNUAL NEW YEARS DAY ANTIQUE AUCTION ON SATURDAY JANUARY 1, 2022 AT 10:00 A.M. AT THE BOULDER COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS (LARGE EXHIBIT BUILDING) IN LONGMONT, CO. ITEMS TO INCLUDE DOCTORS BUGGY, SLOT MACHINES, COIN-OP, FURNITURE, ANTIQUE FIREARMS, SWORDS, CLOCKS, COLLECTIBLES, BRONZES, AND SO MUCH MORE. MUCH MORE INFO COMING SOON.
32nd ANNUAL SUPER NEW YEARS DAY ANTIQUE & NOSTALGIA AUCTION at Boulder County Fairgrounds, Longmont, CO
NEW YEARS DAY – Saturday January 1, 2022…10:00 A.M
Location: Auction being held at 9595 Nelson Road in Longmont, CO. (The Boulder County Fairgrounds). In the large exhibit building. Directions: North of Denver approx. 25 miles on I-25 take exit 235 then west on hwy 52 approx. 7 miles to 95th. St. (This is the first lighted intersection west of hwy 287), at 95th go north (right) approx. 4 miles to Boulder County Fairgrounds. Directly across the road from the Home Depot Store. MAP
Very Partial listing:
ANTIQUE FURNITURE – NOSTALGIA – COIN-OP – FIREARMS – BRONZES – COLLECTIBLES – CLOCKS – ART – VEHICLES – MOTORCYCLE
VEHICLE, BUGGY, ATV, SCOOTER
Beautiful fully restored 1939 Buick Special 4 door – only 2 owners; 1968 Triumph Bonneville T 120 R 650cc motorcycle; 1965 BSA Lightning 650cc motorcycle; newer 3 bike motorcycle trailer; circa 1910 Doctor’s Buggy in very nice condition; Polaris 400 “Explorer” 4×4 ATV; near new EW-46 electric scooter – only 52 miles!;
SLOT MACHINES, COIN-OP, BRONZES, NOSTALGIA
Wurlitzer “Zodiac” circa 1968 Jukebox; Mills Butler 50 cent stand up slot Machine; Jennings 5 cent “Bronze Chief” slot machine; Jennings 5 cent and 25 cent “Standard Chief” slots; Mills 5 cent and 10 cent “Castle Front” matching set of slot machines; Mills auto. salesman 5 cent w/vendor slot; 1928 Mills Pace Jackopt bell gooseneck slot machine; Mills cherry front slot machine; coin-op police motorcycle kiddie ride; rare “Pulver” cast iron chewing gum machine; early Coca Cola neon clock; rare gas countertop figural cigar lighter and other tobacco items to include – adv. signs, tins, humidors, etc.; coin-op circa 1930’s Skill Crane; coin-op penny scale; several other scales; several bronzes from life size to table top size to include – mountain lion, bear, eagles, western, cowboy, children; early cast iron street light; National brass cash register #337 and National cash register stand; 36″ “Lion Coffee”counter display; pr bronze elephants on pedestals; peddle cars; oak phone booth; nautical porthole, binnacle, ship telegraph;
Gustav Stickley oak 2 door bookcase; Stickley sideboard w/plate rail; Horner triple door oak bookcase w/griffins; 1/4 sawn oak dental cabinet; rare 1/4 sawn oak curved glass corner china cabinet; massive ornate Eastlake walnut hall-tree; fancy 1880’s spoon carved oak high-back sideboard; 1880’s drop-front “Cowboy” desk w/mirrored back; 12 drawer oak filing system cabinet; cherrywood & walnut “Wooten” style roll-top desk mission oak slat back drop armed settle; original paint dry sink; fantastic knock-down library cabinet w/built-in desk; rare cane display cabinet; mahogany Queen Anne tall chest; “Sellers” oak kitchen cabinet; 1880’s pegged construction walnut cupboard; oak china buffet; Black Forest hall stand w/dog; 3pc. oak bedroom set; 2pc. Victoria walnut marble top bedroom set; pr. oak stacking lawyer’s bookcases; ornate claw foot oak china cabinet w/lion’s heads & columns; tavern table; pr inlaid parlor chairs; mahogany Sheraton drop front desk; oak ice box; carved oak game table w/fluted legs; primitive possum-belly kitchen cupboard; several super mirrored highboy chests; pr of twin pineapple poster beds; carved high-back bed; oak spool cabinets; revolving bookcase; single board constructiong early gate leg table; brass bed; several outstanding library tables; freight carts; claw-foot round oak dining table w/leaves; heavily carved fern stand; 4 windsor style “Warren” chairs; selection of pedestals; lamp and parlor tables; fancy mirrored dressers; mid-century “Lane” lamp & coffee table; Lawyer’s stacking bookcase; fancy oak hall-tree; harvest table; oak “S” curve roll-top desk; walnut shaving stand; oak showcases;
COLLECTIBLES, JEWELRY, GLASSWARE
Rosewood inlaid Swiss music box; Regina disc player; mechanical singing bird; 36″ RCA Nipper dog; great selection of early toys to include – tin wind-ups, cast iron, dolls; featherweight sewing machine; collection of early advertising signs; wonderful early advertising tins; military photos; coca cola uniform hat; 50″ coca cola button sign; neon coke clock; general store items; rare 1880’s child’s high-wheel buckboard wagon (for goat or dog); paper goods; navajo rugs; several early bicycles; #14 griswold cast iron skillet; coke cooler; stain and leaded glass windows; stain glass lamps; Victorian banquet lamps; nouveau table lamp; floor lamps, weathervanes; spurs; handcuffs; 15″ German stein; Swiss cow bell; top hat w/case; beaded purses; collection of hat pins; selection of Southwest Indian silver & turquoise jewelry; designer and vintage jewelry; pocket watches; Plains Indian bead work; Rookwood, collection of Fulper, VanBriggle, Roseville, other good art pottery; Wavecrest, fine porcelain, Dresden, signed “Hawkes” cut glass vase; crystal; hand painted china; perfumes; Hummels; 8 sterling Gorham goblets; 2 sets of sterling flatware set; silverplate; books
CLOCKS AND ARTWORK
Early cherrywood tall clock; early Sheffield tall clock; great selection of clocks to Ansonia; Gilbert; Sessions; Gustav Becker Vienna regulator; wall clocks; crystal regulators; china clock; banjo clocks; adv. clocks; several great war posters; color etching by George Elbert Buff; oil painting by David Stirling; several oil on canvas by alyda Powell; other good oil paintings and pictures;
ANTIQUE FIREARMS AND SWORDS
Once again a great lineup of firearms to include – rare Colt lightning slide action; Winchesters; Colt Burgess; Smith & Wesson; Springfield; Remington; Derringers; flintlocks; military and ceremonial swords; daggers; knives;
Once again we are very excited about this years auction – Above is a very small percentage of the very, rare, unusual, high quality and hard to find items being sold at our 32st annual “New Years Day” auction. Don’t miss it..Something for everyone!!
PREVIEW: Friday December 31st from noon to 4:00 P.M. and New Years Day starting at 8:00 A.M. Announcements day of auction take precedence over all others printed or implied. Terms: Cash, good Check, MasterCard,Visa or Discover day of auction. 5% Buyers premium.