Buford, GA, United States
DoneSat, Apr 30, 2005 1:00 PM UTC
Slotin Folk Art Auction
Slotin Folk Art Auction is the premier house for Self-taught Art, Folk Art Southern Folk Pottery and Antique and Anonymous Works. This April 30th Sale features 834 lots and is the Spring Masterpiece Auction of 20th Century Self-taught Works and The Sale of Important Historical Material from the Atlanta Museum. The highlight of this auction are the contents from The Atlanta Museum including an original Eli Whitney Cotton Gin, The Desk where the Ordinance of Succession was written in GA in 1861, 50 Rifles including Civil War, Revolutionary, Kentucky Long Barrels, Shotguns, 26 Pistols including an Eli Whitney Navy Revolver, Pepperbox Revolver, Cox & Son, Savage, Dueling Pistols (guns will not run live on ebay, but can be accessed on our website:), Civil War Swords, Edged Weapons, Civil War bullets, cannon balls, artillery shells, buckles, buttons, belts, powder horns, prints, Revolutionary Certificates from GA, drums, clothing, silver, GA Railroad bells, Lanterns from The General Lee Paddleboat and other steamships, War time Flags and memorabilia, Suits of Armor including Japanese and Victorian, 150 lots of Southern Folk Pottery, 450 folk art Masterpieces from artists such as Bill Traylor, Howard Finster, Clementine Hunter, William Hawkins, Sam Doyle, Joseph Yoakum, etc., Historical Items including, locks of Andrew Jackson’s Hair, Napoleon’s Hair, Gen. Custer’s Brush, John Wilkes Booth’s Autograph, Personal Possessions of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, John Tyler, Lafayette, Alexander H. Stephens Wheelchair, rope used to hang Hideki Tojo, Furniture from Robert E. Lee, Gen. Robert Toombs, Gen. John B. Gordon, C.C. Clay & FDR, Beautiful display cases, Intricately carved Teakwood furniture pieces, Blanket chests, Fun house mirrors from Barnun and Baileys, Spinning Wheels, Looms, Sets of Chairs, Tables, R.J. Horner Furniture, Gunther and Harwood Piano, Chippendale pieces, Flow Blue, China, Staffordshire, Silver, Flatware, Statues, Ancient Pottery, Glass, Mechanical pieces, Oil paintings, Statues, Japanese Zero Seat, Bicycle - 1890, and so many other surprises...