Oil painting brings $11,500 at auction
Horst Auctioneers conducted the following public sales:
lJan. 18-19, of cataloged antiques before 1,351 registered bidders.
Items sold included a Ben Austrian rabbit and chick oil painting, $11,500; a Villeroy & Boch stein, $1,350; a panther head saw, $1,250; a wallpaper box, $8,800; an Oley Valley sampler, $1,800; a Peter Derr dough scraper, $2,100; a Stahl redware vase, $1,500; an Amish quilt, $1,400; a bird finial Betty lamp, $1,800; a red two-piece corner cupboard, $4,100; a Pennsylvania tall chest of drawers, $4,000; a Jacob Diehl tall-case clock, $4,400; a walnut Dutch cupboard, $9,000; a green-painted settee, $2,700; a blue-painted ladder-back chair, $2,050; six Steely chairs, $1,650; two fireplace surrounds, $2,500 and $2,050; a sandstone splash block, $1,650; a J.W. Fiske cast-iron deer, $3,100; and a garden urn, $2,200.
lWednesday, of antiques, collectibles, household goods, tools, primitives and hit-and-miss engines for Mary Jane Eckenrode, Carol Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. William Sidebothom and others before 450 registered bidders.
Items sold included a set of four bottles, $210; a Stanley No. 45 plane, $160; an Amish quilt, $400; a Coca-Cola cooler, $500; a folk-art shelf, $190; a watercolor, $325; a bag of political pins, $400; a signed coverlet, $300; two patchwork quilts, $500 and $300; a table light, $220; two two-piece parlor sets, $230 and $210; a pair of open bookcases, $400; two large curio cabinets, $325 and $310; an oak side-by-side desk, $1,450; an architectural corner cupboard, $625; a slab wood table, $275; an oak sideboard, $400; a two-door wardrobe, $240; a Hitchcock five-piece dining room set, $450; a corner cupboard, $375; a five-piece bedroom set, $850; a mahogany corner china closet, $450; two hit-and-miss engines, $1,200 and $1,025; and a metal lathe, $450.n