for the Estate of "Connie Palmer" 

 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 2019….10:00 AM 


LOCATION: 8030 Fox Hill Dr.  Longmont, CO.   DIRECTIONS: East of Main St. on 9th Ave.  approx. 1 3/4 miles to Fox Hill Dr.  or go West of County Road 1 on 9th Ave approx 1 1/4 mile.  Watch for signs.  MAP


AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:  Mrs. Palmer was a lifetime collector and dealer of Early American Antiques and collectibles.  Lots of quality and hard to find merchandise.  Something for everyone.  Don't miss it!



COLLECTIBLES AND GLASSWARE: Very large collection of blue and white china to include - Flow Blue, Delft, Blue Onion set, Staffordshire; spongeware; yellow ware; Bennington; Fenton glass; Cranberry; Amberina; copper luster; hobnail; Fostoria; stoneware and crockery; early cast iron cookware; graniteware; large copper apple butter kettle; early kitchen collectibles; wooden bowls; woodenware; firkins; chocolate & pudding molds; baskets; early wooden lidded boxes; sleigh bells; barber bottles; apothecary jars; shaving mug collection; early photographs; postcards; paper goods; stereo viewers and cards; ink wells; celluloid items; musical instruments; Victorian napkin ring collection; sterling; Victorian silverplate; old pewter items; wooden decoys; brass steam (train)  whistles; sewing collectibles; clocks; watches; fountain pens; antique hats; quilts; early coverlets; linens; hankies; early needlework and samplers; silhouettes; early handmade hook, rag, braided and  Persian rugs; tons of old Christmas decorations; cast iron Christmas tree stands; trinkets; figurines; cast iron door stops; antique hardware; framed art to include oils, watercolors, lithos, early prints, frames; many antique books including several good children's books, reference books and other good books; old typewriters; several sewing machines; brass andirons; pocket knives; glasses; 

TOYS AND CHILDREN'S COLLECTIBLES:  Early cast iron and tin toys (friction, windup & others); wooden & primitive toys; jointed body teddy bears; Steiff toys; dolls; early doll clothes; doll house & doll furniture; doll trunks; early children's books; early board games; cast iron banks; marbles; children's furniture; cast iron toy cook stoves; toy steam engines; early wool  basketball uniform; early stick horse; wood scooter; 

FURNITURE: Early Cherrywood and maple corner cupboard; 4 poster tiger maple full size bed (circa 1820's); pr. of early turned twin canopy beds; really nice shaving stand w/beveled mirror; Eastlake dish cupboard; early ladder back armed rocker w/rush seat; camel back sofa; several wing-back fireside chairs; early Boston rocker; wood deacon's bench; early Cherrywood daybed; early walnut washstand; set of 4 thumb-back dining chairs; walnut candle stand; walnut tea tray on stand; cast iron patio furniture; metal baker's racks; bookshelves; antique yarn winder; pine hope chest; metal park bench; Hitchcock chair; 

LAMPS & EARLY LIGHTING: Collection of brass student lamps; whale oil lamps; kerosene lamps; floor & hanging lamps; angle lamps; very large assortment of lamp parts; (The Palmer's did antique lamp restoration and have a large collection of lamp parts);

HOUSEHOLD: Bedding; linens; towels; pots & pans; hand & garden tools; older step  ladders; garden art; wooden work bench; furniture hardware; and much much more too numerous to mention...

PREVIEW: AUCTION DAY ONLY! Preview: No exceptions.  Starting at 8:30 A.M.


Terms: Cash or good check with proper ID,
Mastercard, Visa or Discover day of auction. 5% buyers premium.

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