EstateOfMind assembles luxury goods lineup for Feb. 5 sale

Circa-1984 Gucci evening bag, est. $100-$1,000

Circa-1984 Gucci evening bag, est. $100-$1,000

MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. – EstateOfMind’s first major auction event of 2022 is slated for Saturday, February 5, starting at 11 am Eastern time. The sale will present fine jewelry, coins, watches and decorative accessories from prominent estates, bank safety deposit boxes and family heirloom collections. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

Watch highlights will include a circa-1960 Vacheron & Constantin for LeCoultre 14K white gold diamond mystery dial unisex watch, estimated at $100-$1,000; a circa-1940 Movado 14K gold wristwatch; and a circa-1950 Rolex 18K yellow gold lady’s watch.

Circa-1960 LeCoultre 14K unisex wristwatch, signed Vacheron & Constantin, est. $100-$1,000

Circa-1960 LeCoultre 14K unisex wristwatch, signed Vacheron & Constantin, est. $100-$1,000

Leading the decorative accessories is a circa-1984 Gucci evening bag with an enameled crystal snake head clasp as well as its original invoice to the previous owner with Gucci papers. It carries an estimate of $100-$1,000.

Circa 1930s-1940s Air King Model A-600 Catlin/Bakelite radio, est. $100-$1,000

Circa 1930s-1940s Air King Model A-600 Catlin/Bakelite radio, est. $100-$1,000

Also of note is a selection of violin bows by makers such as G.A. Moyer, Valoni, E.H. Roth, Voirin, Karl Beck, Karl Herman, Dorfler, Carl Suss, J. Richter, Tubbs, Homa, Weldlich and H.R. Pfretzshner. Other items of interest will include a 1930-1940 Air King Model A-600 Catlin/Bakelite radio, estimated at $100-$1,000; Victorian canes; and a circa-1960 Mid-century Modern stork shell sculpture signed ‘Binazzi,’ probably the work of 20th-century Italian artist Gabriella Binazzi. This last is estimated at $100-$1,000.

Mid-century Modern stork sculpture signed by Gabriella Binazzi, est. $100-$1,000

Mid-century Modern stork sculpture signed by Gabriella Binazzi, est. $100-$1,000

The coins category will include a 1798 Flowing Hair silver dollar; an 1890 proof struck Indian head penny, graded PF-65; nice collections of V.A.M. and Carson City silver dollars; and $1,000 and $500 Federal Reserve paper notes dating to 1934. The $1,000 example is estimated at $100-$1,000.

EstateOfMind is always accepting quality consignments for future auctions. To inquire about consigning an item, an estate or a collection, you may call 845-386-4403 or email estateofmind2009@yahoo.com. To learn more about EstateOfMind and the auction planned for Saturday, February 5, please visit www.EstateOfMind.biz.

 

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