Joe Irvin Trust Antique Auction
375 Fry Rd
9:00 AM US/Eastern
Sam Routson Decorative Stoneware Jar 9.5" tall, decoration was added, post manufacture
Houghton Pottery Egyptian Jug - Dalton, OH 9.5" tall, no damage
Early Wooden & Bone Ship Model 22" high, 26" long, in good condition, lots of detail
Stoneware Lion Door Stop Made in Magadore, OH, 7.5" tall, 14" long, no damage
1845 Jacquard Wooven Coverlet made by A. Henning, Sugarcreek Township, Stark County
Single Size Jacquard Wooven Coverlet eagle 13 star and liberty in corner block
Regina 15.5" Metal Disc Player original paint, w/ 6 steel discs, works well
Decorated Stoneware Jug M.H.O' Grady Nashua, NH, 15" tall, bird decoration
JOE IRVIN TRUST
EARLY DECORATED FURNITURE - DECORATED LOCAL & PA STONEWARE – COW WEATHERVANE - PRIMITIVES
COVERLETS – QUILTS – POCKET WATCHES – JARS
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 * 9:00 AM
Will sell at the RES Auction Facility located at 375 Fry Rd. Wooster, OH. Facility is located 1 mile west of Wooster at the corner of US 30 and Fry Rd.
FURNITURE: Early furniture includes: Six paint decorated blanket chests incl. Wayne Co. two drawer dated 1845 and Wooster chest dated 1851; Super Pa. corner cupboard w/ paint graining & floral dec.; Wayne Co. 16-pane Dutch cupboard w/3 drawers; set of 6 green dec. Pa. plank-bottom chairs and matching settee; set of six Pa. salmon plank-seat chairs w/ tulip motifs; small dry sink; yellow-painted dough box; curly maple rope bed; trundle bed; super pierced tin pie safe; Sonnenberg Mennonite wardrobe; Tilt top chair table, curly maple chest of drawers, paint-dec. baby cradle, New England yellow dec. rocking chair; Wayne Co. tall case clock; paint-dec. commode; pin-top table, lg. elaborate 8 Day mantel clock; curly maple one drawer stand; Victorian doll pram.
POTTERY - CHINA & CANNING JARS: Great 10-gal. Greensboro, Pa. dec. crock and several other decorated pcs. from Pa; S. Routson grease lamp and other Routson pieces, Graham & Hower, Doylestown butter churn and ovoid jug; Dalton lighthouse, birdhouse and log cabin; Bennington spaniel door stop, Mogadore lion, stoneware foot warmer, bottle with cobalt, crock and jug with cobalt birds, jug with floral dec. and dec. Cowden & Wilcox crock; 90+ canning jars (approx. 15 selling individually) Highlights include The Smalley Qt. , Rare Amber Safety pt.; Mason’s 1858 Cobalt (No number on bottom), The Daisy Jar, and others. Full listing on the website. A real good selection of gaudy Dutch and Welsh, some flo blue and other soft paste items.
PRIMITIVES – QUILTS - COVERLETS: Absolutely THE BEST lg. full-bodied copper cow weathervane; flax spinning wheel; 2 yarn winders; ox yoke, 2 wooden apple peelers; sev. iron mechanical peelers & 2 early commercial peelers; lg. 2-wheel coffee grinder; lg. string of graduated sleigh bells; dec. sled; nice Birdsell miniature box wagon (Restored.); brass surveyor’s transit (L. M. Prince); sev. pcs. framed artwork; painted firkins; sev. splint baskets; oil lamps; butter molds and prints; great bone-trimmed ship model; wood-framed redware candle mold and tin candle molds; stenciled donut/cookie box; pill roller; paint graining tools; stereopticon and cards; misc. wooden stirrers; cast & wrought iron fireplace cooking utensils incl. Canton ladles and skimmers, teapot, copper dipper, spiders, peel, kick toaster; paint-dec. foot warmer; slaw board; wool cards; school slates; brass bed warmer; variety of lighting items including outstanding hanging cast iron oil lamp fixture from Weaver Store in Fredericksburg, OH; street lamp; beacon light; lard and whale oil lamps, dec. tinware and Pa. frakturs. Also, several Ohio jacquard coverlets and beautiful old local quilts.
POCKET WATCHES AND MISC.: Selling a nice collection of approx. 15 pocket watches plus fobs & chains; numerous Donny Irvin-made farm toys, early Wayne Co. tin ballot boxes, many antique reference books; etc.
NOTE: Truly a great auction from the extensive Joe Irvin Collection. We rarely have the opportunity to sell the kind of quality and quantity represented in this auction. The auction will begin at 9:00 AM with approximately 1 hour of uncataloged good smalls and misc. At 10:00 the cataloged sale begins with on-site and simulcast on-line bidding through ProxiBid (Approx. 310 Lots). Items will be available for viewing daily from 9 - 4 at the RES Auction Facility beginning Monday, August 3rd until the day of the auction.
TERMS: On Site Cash or Check Visa – Mastercard – Discover – Am. Express. 5% Buyer’s Premium. Waived for Cash or Check
On-Line Terms Available on Website with 13% Buyer Premium
Auction By Order Of - Margo Broehl Attorney and Trustee for the Joe Irvin Trust
Auction Conducted By:
RES Auction Services
Steve & Seth Andrews, Andy White, Drew Turner, Jake White