Tin Toy Auction

John Farkas at Antiques and Estate Auctioneers and Appraisers is holding another auction February 11th and 12th, 2006.

Some of the highlights include:

Toys: Ohio Art Pinocchio Tea Set, Revere Children’s Cookware, Older Tin Toys including Marx Gas Station, Unique Art Lincoln Tunnel, J. Chein Sea Plane, Toy Steam Engines, Wolverine Tin

Glassware: EAPG including Klondike, Alaska, Fluted Scroll, Blooms & Blossoms, Guttate, Leaf Umbrella, Royal Oak, Vermont, Michigan, Windows, Paneled Strawberry, Paneled Holly

Carnival Glass: Peacock at the Fountain, Golden Peach. Also, Forget-Me-Not Cruet Tray Sets, Several Water Sets, Table Sets, Berry Sets, Hobbs Francisware, Pickle Castors

LAMPS: Snowflake Lamps, Figural Lamps, Skater’s Lamp, Floating Lamps, Finger Lamps and Victorian Hanging Lamps

The auction gallery is located at 44777 St. Rt. 18 E. Wellington, Ohio 44090.

You can view an online catalog of the auction here >>

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