Smith’s Antique and Auction Service 111 River Avenue Leechburg, Pennsylvania  15656 724-845-7162
Smith’s Antique and Auction Service
Sunday, January 27, 2019
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Auctioneer's Note We DO NOT charge BUYERS FEE'S and we let you INSPECT items prior to sale. Doors Open at 11:00 AM for Inspection. Absentee Bids will be accepted until 7:00 PM (EST) Friday, January 25, 2019. Lots of Parking and the hall is Handicapped Accessible. Jerry and Lee Smith Auctioneers AU1594L
General Terms and Conditions: Everything must be PAID FOR IN FULL on the day of the auction regardless of when it is picked up. Every effort is made to “Guard” the merchandise throughout the auction, however the bidder becomes solely responsible for ALL ITEMS purchased by him/her immediately following his/her winning bid.  Therefore he/she is advised to guard items at their own discretion. The BIDDER is RESPONSIBLE for which item he/she is bidding on.  If unsure he/she should inquire or not bid.  When you become the winning bidder at auction you have effected a contract and will be expected to pay for the items in which you were evidenced to be the successful bidder of.  AUCTIONEER WILL NOT HONOR MISTAKES. EVERYTHING is sold “AS IS, WHERE IS” with No Guarantees of any kind, buyers shall rely entirely on their own inspection and information.  Lots purchased by floor bidders or on-line bidders cannot be returned for any reason upon conclusion of the sale.  ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No warranty, expressed or implied is made as to the grading which may vary among individuals. Any lot determined to be inaccurate may be withdrawn at any time. The auctioneer Reserves the Right to accept bids in any increment.  The auctioneer Reserves the Right to ACCEPT or REJECT any or all bids.  In the case of 2 people claiming the same bid, the auctioneer may reopen the bid if he so chooses.  If there is a dispute between bidders, the final award shall be determined by the Auctioneer. All bidders must be of legal age (18 years or older). The placing of a bid constitutes the acceptance of the Terms and Conditions. Additional On-line/Email Bidding Terms and Conditions: All BIDS must be received before 6:00 PM (EST) the night before the auction in order to be processed in time for the sale. Payments must be made in the form of a Money Order.  Sorry but no personal/business checks, credit cards, or PayPal. Bids will be executed at No Charge with a 10% Buyer’s Premium for the on-line/email bidding if winner of the bid. Absentee/Internet Bidders are responsible for any errors in their bid entry.  We cannot accept the responsibility for your errors either in lot number or bid amount. Absentee/Internet Bidders must provide their full name, postal address, and phone number in order for the bid to be accepted. Payments for item(s)/Lot(s) won must be made within seven (7) days upon notification by phone, email, or written invoice.  Shipment will be by USPS First Class or Priority Mail with insurance.  All postage and handling shall be paid by the Buyer.  All items must be insured at the Buyer’s cost. If there are duplicate bids, the lot will be awarded to the first bid received by the Auctioneer.  Any tie bids between Absentee/Internet Bidder and Floor Bidder shall be awarded to the Floor Bidder.
Antiques, Guns, Collectibles, and Jewelry Auction
Starts at 12:00PM (EST) Gilpin Township Firehall Rt. 66, 2 Miles North of Leechburg, Pennsylvania The doors open at 11:00AM (EST) for inspection on Saturday.
This is a great auction with something for everyone.  Be sure to bring boxes! 
Guns: Ornate Inlaid Half Stock by Nathanial Melchoir of Baltimore famous for his fine Sporting Rifles. Rare signed on Barrell  Abraham Baird Columbiana County Ohio Full Stock Tiger Maple Stock, German 1750 Fowler with Gold Inlay of Medevile   Hunting Scene and Highly Carved Stock. M T Wickham  1811 to 1815  Inspector of Guns during War of 1812 69cal Smooth Bore Musket 1821 Emmitsburg Md. , Kentucky Full Stock 33 cal with Nice Inlay, Rare 1857 Smith Patient Mass Arms Co Poultney & Trimble Baltimore Civil War Carbine SN 190XX,  Parker Bros. Grade G Side by Side 1891 SN663XX, Lefever Arms Co. Grade F Side by Side 1892 SN 169XX, 1895 Chilean Mauser  used by Boer Forces against British, 1891 Italian Mannlicher Carcano Short Rifle used by Italian Expeditionary Forces on Eastern Front, British Lee Enfield 303 #4 Rifle WWII made in Canada with Maple Stock and marked Long Branch, WWII British Enfield No.5 Mark I Jungle Carbine 5/44 SN 42xx, Nice Russian SKS Rifle with Bayonet SN HM5XX, WWII Dated 1942 British Enfield No I  Mark III Lithgow Arsenal Canada SN 3248XX, Stevens Single Shot Target SN 329X, Savage Model 111 300 Winchester Mag. With 3x9 Scope. US Springfield Armory M1 Garand 30.06 Used WWII & Korean War 22759XX. Knives with: Over 40 including Rodgers Cut My Way British Commando Knife, Kabar 1205, Marble Gladstone Hunting Knife, Schrade SC502 Scrimshaw, Indian Ridge Traders Knife, H Bert & Co Ivory Handle with  Frogs, Kabar Rifle Knife, Smoky Mountain Toothpick, Kabar Oleans, Jacob Bros NY, Chipway Cutlery Hunting Knife, Marble folding Knife, Klein Tools Chicago, 3 Imperial Folding, Smith & Wesson Stainless, Colonial Hunting Knife, Buck 525 Plus More.   Weller, Owens, and Roseville Pottery with: 12” Tall Owens Tankard with Wheat Decoration, 11 Tall Weller Louwelsa Tankard, Rare 8” x 7” Weller Louwelsa Pillow Vase, Rare 9” x 12” Weller Dickens Ware Jardiniere, 14” Tall Roseville Rozane Tankard with Grapes, 11” Weller Louwelsa Tankard with Grapes. J B Owens Utopian 1035 Mug with Cherry Decoration, 7” Tall Weller Louwelsa Pansies Vase, 2 Early Sponge Ware Bowls and more. Hummel Figurines with:  2124 Summer Adventure, 2250 Learning to Share 1600 of 3000, 2133 Bashful Serenade, 751 Loves Bounty, 361 Favorite Pet Retired with Hummelscape, 2108 Alpine Dancer with Hummelscape, 2071 Lucky Charmer with Hummelscape, 2088 Skate to Slide with Hummelscape, 2096 A B V K N C Heavenly Band one piece signed by Skobel, 416 Love Lives On 50th Anniversary in Anniversary Box, 56b Out of Danger, 119 Postman, 2014 Sunflower Friends, 315 Mountaineer, 615 Private Conversations, 414 In Tune, 476 Make A Wish, 2002 Frisky Friends, 2107/b Little Knitter, 562 Grandpa's Boy 1st Issue, 619 Garden Gift 1st Issue, 52/0 Going to Grandmas, 322 Little Pharmacist ,485/2 Gift From a Friend, 184 Latest News reading Stars & Stripes, 169 Bird Duet, 343 Christmas Song. Other Collectibles with Precious Moments most from 1980's and all Mint in Boxes, Snowbabies, Barbies with 1993 Festiva Mexico, 1989 UNICEF United States, 1994 Pilgrim Barbie, 1994 Colonial Barbie, 1995 The Golden Goddess all MIB. Collectible & Antique Cars & Cast Iron with: Hallmark Kiddie Car Classics with 1937 Auburn, 1942 Steelcraft, 1941 Jr Service Truck, 1958 Atomic Missile, NASCAR 50th Anniversary & more. 1920's A C Williams 10 window bus, Super America  Bandai Friction Ferrari MINT, Japan A&P 16” Tractor Trailer, Cast Iron State Bank, Black Beauty Horse bank, Arrow Bulls Eye Combination Bank, Roy Rodger Boot Bank, 1945 Porcelain Pig Bank, Windup Toys with Suzski Santa on Tricycle, Japan Begging Dog, SU Clown on Tricycle. Special Items with: #2 ES & B New Brighton Pa Crock, #2 ES & B New Brighton Pa Jug, Tiffany Style Leaded Glass Table Lamp, 1960 Pair of Bohemian Cranberry Hanging Lamps, Dragonfly Leaded Glass Shade on Heavy Bronze English Base & Colors are Exceptional. 7 Pieces of M&M  Dispensers, Cleveland Drills Tin Decimal Sign, Early Photo Album, The Queen Reign 1897 Book, Copper Luster, Game Boards with Axis & Allies Mint in Box, Guinness Records 1979, Kreskins 1966 & Enemy Agent, Stube Gram Scale, 100s of Pa Postcards, 7 Civil War Display Plates, Copper Luster, Prints & More. Jewelry with: Rare 14kt Gold  Ring with 18.6 carat Columbian Emerald and 2 Carats of Diamonds, 14kt Gold 5 ½ct Nice Color Aquamarine and 8 Diamond Ring, 14kt Gold 1.41ct Ruby with 6 Diamond Rind, 14kt Gold 1.21ct Emerald and 6 Diamond Ring, 14kt 6.5ct Peridot Ring, 14kt 7.75ct Amethyst Ring, 14kt  Opal Ring, Rare German WWI 800 Ring Inscribed Wir Deutsche Furchten Gott Schst Nicht Auf Der Welt! And More.
Smith’s Antique and Auction Service
Sunday, January 27, 2019
ABSENTEE BID ABSENTEE BID PRINT VERSION PRINT VERSION AUCTION PHOTOS AUCTION PHOTOS
Auctioneer's Note We DO NOT charge BUYERS FEE'S and we let you INSPECT items prior to sale. Doors Open at 11:00 AM for Inspection. Absentee Bids will be accepted until 7:00 PM (EST) Friday, January 25, 2019. Lots of Parking and the hall is Handicapped Accessible. Jerry and Lee Smith Auctioneers AU1594L
General Terms and Conditions: Everything must be PAID FOR IN FULL on the day of the auction regardless of when it is picked up. Every effort is made to “Guard” the merchandise throughout the auction, however the bidder becomes solely responsible for ALL ITEMS purchased by him/her immediately following his/her winning bid.  Therefore he/she is advised to guard items at their own discretion. The BIDDER is RESPONSIBLE for which item he/she is bidding on.  If unsure he/she should inquire or not bid.  When you become the winning bidder at auction you have effected a contract and will be expected to pay for the items in which you were evidenced to be the successful bidder of.  AUCTIONEER WILL NOT HONOR MISTAKES. EVERYTHING is sold “AS IS, WHERE IS” with No Guarantees of any kind, buyers shall rely entirely on their own inspection and information.  Lots purchased by floor bidders or on-line bidders cannot be returned for any reason upon conclusion of the sale.  ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No warranty, expressed or implied is made as to the grading which may vary among individuals. Any lot determined to be inaccurate may be withdrawn at any time. The auctioneer Reserves the Right to accept bids in any increment.  The auctioneer Reserves the Right to ACCEPT or REJECT any or all bids.  In the case of 2 people claiming the same bid, the auctioneer may reopen the bid if he so chooses.  If there is a dispute between bidders, the final award shall be determined by the Auctioneer. All bidders must be of legal age (18 years or older). The placing of a bid constitutes the acceptance of the Terms and Conditions. Additional On-line/Email Bidding Terms and Conditions: All BIDS must be received before 6:00 PM (EST) the night before the auction in order to be processed in time for the sale. Payments must be made in the form of a Money Order.  Sorry but no personal/business checks, credit cards, or PayPal. Bids will be executed at No Charge with a 10% Buyer’s Premium for the on- line/email bidding if winner of the bid. Absentee/Internet Bidders are responsible for any errors in their bid entry.  We cannot accept the responsibility for your errors either in lot number or bid amount. Absentee/Internet Bidders must provide their full name, postal address, and phone number in order for the bid to be accepted. Payments for item(s)/Lot(s) won must be made within seven (7) days upon notification by phone, email, or written invoice.  Shipment will be by USPS First Class or Priority Mail with insurance.  All postage and handling shall be paid by the Buyer.  All items must be insured at the Buyer’s cost. If there are duplicate bids, the lot will be awarded to the first bid received by the Auctioneer.  Any tie bids between Absentee/Internet Bidder and Floor Bidder shall be awarded to the Floor Bidder.
Smith’s Antique and Auction Service 111 River Avenue Leechburg, Pennsylvania  15656 724-845-7162
Antiques, Collectibles, and Jewelry Auction
Starts at 11:00AM (EST) Gilpin Township Firehall Rt. 66, 2 Miles North of Leechburg, Pennsylvania The doors open at 9:00AM (EST) for inspection on Saturday.
This is a great auction with something for everyone.  Be sure to bring boxes!