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Clearwater, FL, United States
DoneSat, Jun 10, 2017 4:00 PM GMT

JUNE AMERICANA AUCTION

June 10 Americana auction, consisting of 325 estate-fresh antiques, art, jewelry, silver and more, all with a focus on the American Experience from the 18th century to the present day. This month's offerings include: - Never-before-offered, 120-year-old collection of American art items related to Abraham Lincoln, including items by Joseph DeCamp, Thomas Hicks and other prominent 19C artists, as well as rare cabinet photos - Selection of Arts & Crafts period furniture, lamps, rugs, all from a collector's estate - Early 1900s Tiffany & Co. sterling silver trophy urn from the Westminster Kennel Club - Rare 1890s Black Americana clockwork advertising statue - Gold pocket watch, presented to ship captain by President Teddy Roosevelt - WWI and WWII items, including a Remington-Rand 1911, an Artillery Luger, medals, original art etc. - Two 1930s Mills 5c slot machines: War Eagle and Castle Front - Peter Max signed large Statue of Liberty, as well as dozens of other fine art pieces - Tiffany & Co. Victorian marble mantel clock - Signed Jackie Robinson baseball, with JSA LOA - 1920s LAPD badge (Badge #7 ... you read that right) with matched 14k solid gold retirement badge set with diamonds, a sapphire and rubies - First edition of The Thin Man by Dashiell Hammett, with dust jacket - Early Arts & Crafts period sterling silver trophies from Chicago golf club - 1920s CF Martin Mandolin - Nice selection of Native American pottery, incl Santa Clara and Acoma - Uncut 110-card sheet of 1956 Davy Crockett orange back Topps cards - Primitives, U.S. coins, fine jewelry, militaria, primitives, quilts, Native American items, old American long guns, U.S. stamps, clocks, furniture, American art pottery from Van Briggle, sports memorabilia And ... An uncut 110-card sheet of 1956 Topps Baseball, including Jackie Robinson (2), Ted Williams, Ernie Banks (2), Roberto Clemente, Sandy Koufax, Hank Aaron and many other Hall of Famers -- one of fewer than a dozen such uncut sheets known to exist