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1216: End-of-Day Lobed Onionskin Marble.
1715: Marklin Traction No. 4152/6 Fahrbare Lokomobile.1887A: Gang of 5 Target Robot Battery-Operated Toy.
Denver, PA, United States
DoneSat, Feb 27, 2010 2:00 PM UTC

February 27 2010 Morphy Auctions Sat Session

DENVER, Pa. Dan Morphy Auctions will pack 2,100 quality lots into a big two-day sale, Feb. 26 and 27, 2010, at the companys state of the art gallery on the Adamstown antique strip. The main categories in the auction are historical antiques, firearms and militaria, jewelry, toys and antique advertising. All forms of bidding will be available, including live via the Internet. The Friday session opens with more than 150 lots of fine jewelry and Bakelite from a single estate. All types of jewelry will be offered, including rings, necklaces, earrings, watches and brooches. Among the highlights are an 18K gold bracelet with turquoise stones, a 14K gold bracelet with diamonds, and many other gold Victorian-era fine jewelry designs. Next up will be 100 general antique lots, featuring clocks, pottery, artwork and other Americana, followed by firearms primarily coming from two single-owner collections. The offering consists of 40 Kentucky rifles, a dozen early Springfield Civil War rifles known as ''1903s,'' an assortment of World War I and II M1 Girand rifles, and a collection of more than 60 double-barrel shotguns. Standouts include a superb Kentucky rifle attributed to Charles Baum (upper Susquehanna region of Pennsylvania) that boasts 65 silver inlays. The buttstock is adorned by silver depictions of a flying eagle and Indian with a tomahawk. Another key gun lot is a scarce Winchester Model 1886 .45-.70 caliber bolt-action rifle. Continued below...