On-Site Auction: Tools, Guns, ATVs

Bob & Sallie Connelly will conduct an On-Site Auction of the contents of a handyman's garage, a cabinetmaker's shop and guns from four Estates at 2079 Rt 79, Windsor, NY 13865 on Thursday, August 2, 2007 at 6:00 pm with a preview at 5:00 pm View Map.

On-Site Auction of Tools, Guns, and ATVs Selling without reserve, with a 10% Buyer's Premium, are antiques, including a mahogany upright Edison record player, a fancy feed scale, and a lightning rod with glass balls; tools & building supplies (from cabinet maker), including a Hammond overhead router, a Worksmith rotary tool set, power and hand saws, an air tank, boxes of ash wood edge tape, drawer guides, dowels, sanding belts, Scotch pads, brackets, electric motors, and miscellaneous hinges, knobs, cabinet hardware

Selling at 6:45 pm Honda ATVs: 2 Honda 3-Wheel ATVs, 125 cc & 250 cc2.

Selling at 7:00 pm long guns & pistols, including a c. 1850 European pepper box, a 12-ga Ithaca model 37 with scope, a 20-ga Remington model 870 express magnum,Long guns a .22-cal Remington model 41P (missing bolt), a .30-06-cal Winchester model 70 with scope, a .25-cal Colt automatic with original box and papers, and a .22-cal Colt target Police Positive with original box; long range scopes, including a J. Stevens no. 455 scope, 26.25 inches, and a J. Unertl no. 8338 scope, 24.25 inches; and miscellaneous, including a pellet pistol and a U.S. 1906 bayonet with scabbard, marked 1917.

Also in this auction are miscellaneous, including a Dockash wood cook stove; and a plain paper copier with extra cartridges.

Additional details, photos, directions and a partial list of items are available in the auction brochure [PDF: 216 KB], which is also available in a slim version [102 KB], with fewer pictures.

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On-Site Estate Auction: Port Kent, NY

Bob & Sallie Connelly will conduct an On-Site Auction of the contents of the Estate of Jorge R. Ramos-Lorenzi, P.E., MD at 101 Rt. 373, Port Kent, NY 12975 on Saturday, July 28, 2007 at 10:00 am with a preview at 9:00 am View Map. This will be a large, long sale with two auctions at once. Food by Stephen T. Brodi, of Plattsburgh, NY, the second auctioneer.

Selling without reserve, with a 10% Buyer's Premium, are Large On-Site Estate Auction in Port Kent, NY on 7/28/07antiques, including stereopticon cards, a geiger counter, candlestick telephones, a Victor Talking Machine V V – VI, Atwater Kent and Crosley radios, and many smalls; and contemporary household items, including a Baldwin spinet piano, a mahogany bedroom suite and assorted furniture, a new Sunbeam gas grill, audio and video equipment from Bose, Technics, Denon, Memorex, Sony, Magnavox VCR new in box, Memorex DVD/CD new in box, infrared alarm new in box, a Schwinn 10-speed bicycle, and musical instruments.

Also in this auction are electronics, ham radio, scientific equipment, including a Geier & Bluhm Transit, Meade Magellan and other telescopes, Hallicrafters receivers, 8 Navy aircraft radio receivers, tuners, transmitters, amplifiers, oscilloscopes, oscillators, microscopes, night vision binoculars,Large quantity of electronic gear and scientific equipment. 6 portable televisions, radio parts, antenna mast sections, hundreds of component parts, relays, switches, etc.; computer equipment, including 2 PC towers, 2 printers, an external 10X CD rewritable drive new in box, and a DVD Express new in box; cameras & photographic equipment, including a Soligor 66, Exa Thagee-Dresden, Minolta GX-4, and Rolleiflex cameras, lenses, a 12 X 7 thermostatic print dryer new in box, and other darkroom equipment; and WWII military, including an A1000 rocket launcher, bayonets and daggers, helmets, German belt buckles, medals, and flag, hand grenades (dead), over 20 aircraft instruments, M4 sights, and a Navy survival radio.

The auction includes a large quantity of tools, most of which are new and never used, Drill pressincluding a Makita cordless drill, Delta 10" miter saw with stand, a 9" band saw with stand and bench grinder, other saws, drills, routers, a power planer, a gas blower/vacuum, a 2500 PSI gas pressure washer, an air compressor, an 8-gal shop vac new in box, a 6.5 HP self-propelled mulcher/mower, several generators, a Clark arc welder, a Kenmore dehumidifier, a variety of air tools, a heavy duty welding table new in box, a large quantity of hand tools (mechanic, carpentry, plumbing), laser levels, a 24" vent free gas log heater, an air purifier, and a large quantity of electronic parts.

Additional details, photos, and a partial list of items are available in the auction brochure [PDF: 462 KB], which is also available in a slim version [51 KB], with fewer pictures.

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Historic On-Site Auction: Contents & Real Estate

Bob & Sallie Connelly will conduct an On-Site Estate Auction of the contents of 59 E Main St, Washingtonville, NY 10992 on Saturday, July 14, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. with a preview at 9:00 a.m. View Map; the real estate will sell at noon. We are selling the home and contents for the Estate of Joan D. and Edward J. McLaughlin III. Everything, except the real estate, is being sold without reserve, with a 10% Buyer's Premium.

The Jaques and McLaughlin families Historic On-Site Auction: Contents & Real Estate are historically important in Orange County, where John Jaques Sr. (1790-1876) operated a boot factory from 1818 to 1837. In 1835 he planted his first vineyard, which his sons took over and operated until its sale in 1886. Now known as the Brotherhood Winery, it is the oldest winery in the United States.

John Jaques Sr.' daughter, Sarah married Nathan McLaughlin, and their son, Edward J. McLaughlin I, opened a General Store in Washingtonville in 1879. Edward McLaughlin II married Helen Burnett, whose grandfather was a Revolutionary War officer and an original member of the Society of the Cincinnati. Many of the items from the Jacques and McLaughlin families remain intact, and were passed on to Joan and Edward McLaughlin III.


Selling without reserve are furniture, including a cherry cupboard with Tiger Maple butler's desk drawers, a tilt top candle stand and other stands, a music cabinet with paw feet, tables, chests, and Sarah Jaques' pine desk; Sarah Jaques' pine desk.clocks, including a banjo clock with carved wooden feathers for arms and a mahogany Federal tall case clock, c.1810; accessories, including a pewter flagon by Boardman, double wheel coffee grinders, E.J. McLaughlin's 1894 cash register, sleigh bells, early wooden telephones, spool cabinets including a Landers, Frary & Clark 4-drawer cabinet, brass milk scales, and Indian arrow heads; and stoneware, including 14 pieces decorated with birds and flowers, and a 1.5 gal crock by I.V. Machett incised with poem, d.1857.

Other items are military & guns, including a framed George Washington banner, early Smith & Wesson pistols, an 1820 militia sword (broken leather scabbard), Civil War letters, Framed George Washington banner.and a 1750 Spanish Colonial sword; advertising & wine memorabilia, including J. Jaques [bootmaker] sign, 2 reverse painted glass signs for Jaques Brothers Winery, c.1880, and 19th century winery records and recipes; railroad items, including a stone mile marker from the Erie RR, locks, keys and buttons from many railroads, transfer and railway tickets, telegraph equipment, and a Santa Fe conductor's badge; and toys & dolls, including 2 Tuck-Comb dolls, c.1830, 2 Armand Marseille dolls, dancing sand toys, and game boards.

Also in this historical auction are lamps, including a Ripley finger lamp with brass handle, 2 Japanned miner's lamps, and many oil lamps;Small period trunk glass, china & pottery, including an 1824 Utica Erie Canal blue jug, 30 piece of Flow Blue, a Weller No 240 lamp, cut glass, an RS Prussia tea set, and over 80 pieces of Rosalinde china by Theodore Haviland; clothing & fabric, including a coverlet, signed by Sophia Moffat, attributed to the workshop of James Alexander, braided rugs, children's boots, c.1830, and a trunk of 19th century clothes; and silver, including over 20 lots of coin and sterling, a 19th century silver plate water cooler in Esthetic pattern, and silver jack knives.

Rounding out the auction are books, including a small library of interesting books; and fine arts, including oil paintings by S. Wandel and H. Connolly, Hudson Valley School painters, Currier & Ives prints, and etchings and a collection of art by Edward J. McLaughlin.

Real Estate

Connelly Realty, Robert J. Connelly, Broker and Auctioneer, will sell as one two parcels totaling 3.1 acres at Historic house at 59 E Main St, Washingtonville, NY 10992.59 E Main St, Washingtonville, NY at noon on Saturday, July 14, 2007, with previews the previous Sunday, July 8 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, or by appointment. The opening bid is $350,000; the Estate reserves the right to one bid.

The property includes a c. 1840 11-room, 4 bedroom, 1 bath 2-story house on a laid stone foundation with a walk-up attic and walk-out basement, and a 2-story carriage barn with 2 horse stalls, a work shop and a walk-up loft. The vinyl-sided house, remodeled in the 1880s, has two porches, is heated by an oil-fired hot water system, and is provided with 110 v service and municipal water and sewers. The property is zoned office/residential.

Additional details, photos, a partial list of items, terms and directions are available in the LARGE auction brochure [PDF: 2219 KB], the real estate auction brochure [PDF: 458 KB], and the real estate taxmap [PDF: 119 KB]. The auction brochure is available in a slim [384 KB] no pictures version.

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