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SAT. NOV. 17, 2018 - 9:00 A.M. SHARP

OUTSTANDING 2 AUCTIONEER CATALOGED 18TH & 19TH CENTURY AMERICANA ANTIQUES & NON CATALOGED COUNTRY ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES & MORE AUCTION

 
Sale To Be Held On Site at:
5075 Fairfield Rd.
Fairfield, Pa. 17320


Directions: From Gettysburg Pa. square follow Baltimore St. 1/10th mile to first traffic light. Turn right onto E. Middle St./Rt. 116. Follow approx. 9 miles to sale site on right.


Sale for The Late Charles & Elizabeth Roby

Charles & Elizabeth Roby bought & moved into this beautiful Civil War registered log home in the 1970s & were collectors of 18th & 19th century Americana antiques. Charles Roby was the founder of Mountain Manor Inpatient Treatment Center. Elizabeth Roby was a very talented artist &
had a degree from the Shuler School of Fine Art Baltimore Md. She went on to teach art for 20 years & is listed as an artist. Elizabeth was a member

of The American & Pa. Society of Watercolor Artists. She specialized in watercolors, oil paintings & sculptures. She displayed her art in art shows
& up for auction are 13 framed & signed pcs. of her original art.      


Sale Previews: Sunday Nov. 11 from 2-4 p.m.
               & also Friday Nov. 16 from 2-5 p.m.

             Doors Open Day of Sale at 7:30 a.m.


Main Auction: Approx. 360 Cataloged Lots Americana Antiques including: 20 pcs. signed John Bell Waynesboro Pa. pottery-stoneware & redware, 8 other decorated stoneware pcs., iron-copper & brass hearth accessories, 93 pcs. Stieff Sterling Rose pattern flatware & serving pcs., 4 antique guns, 2 Roby Civil War swords, 3 stove plates, baskets, blue & white willowware, bottles & flasks, lighting, graniteware, 2 shelf clocks, nice size store floor showcase w/ brass lions heads, 3 wool oriental rugs, few books on Shenandoah pottery, few old Civil War books, Civil War amber lens Sharp Shooters eyeglasses, Gettysburg historical blue & white plates, 4 corner cupboards, sawbuck table, 7 = 1 drawer work tables, 2 bucket benches, sugar chest, German paint decorated chest, 2 British decorated Captain’s chests of drawers & wardrobe: 2 dated 1861 & 1 dated 1871, Sheraton 4 drawer chest w/ top drawer having carved spread eagle, pewter cupboard, plus much more.        


Auctioneer #2: NON Cataloged Auction includes: over 100 books about the Civil War, various books on stoneware, lighting, baskets, antique Samson brass eight lever padlock, 1970s Baltimore Orioles team signed baseball, 3 cast iron frypans, metal sprinkling can, wooden printers drawer, few pcs. Waterford crystal, tan suede sofa w/ tuck-a-way queen size bed, antique dropleaf table, set/6 paint & stenciled chairs by L. Hitchcock Hitchcockville Conn., few milk bottles, various hand tools, 2 alum. shifting ladders, few pcs. graniteware, few copper kettles, linens, plus more.  


Please Note: Sale to be held on site with large tent set up with few heaters & chairs for main auction at house. Plenty of off Street Parking, Plan to Attend & Spend The Day!!


Order of Sale: Sale starting at 9 a.m. with start of sale of non cataloged items set up in barn area. Main auction of cataloged antiques in house to start at 10 a.m. at which point 2 Auctioneers will be selling at same time: one at barn & one at house.  


SALE TERMS: 10% Buyers Premium for cash & Pa. Local checks only & 3% Administrative fee in addition when paying w/ credit card.


Auction to be Held at Historical Civil War House !!

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