Antiques Auction in Binghamton, NY

Bob & Sallie Connelly will conduct a Summer Antique Auction at the Showplace in Binghamton [view map] on Friday, July 30, 2010 at 6:00 pm with a preview at 5:00 pm. All of the items in this auction are selling without reserve AS IS (No Refunds, No Returns) at a 10% buyers premium.

Photos of selected items are displayed in an AuctionZip Gallery.

The auction includes antiques, the contents of a 19th century barber shop from Montour Falls, NY, china, porcelain, and glassware, toys, banks, and dolls, silver, watches, accessories, paintings and prints, and four vintage cars.

Highlights include an unusual Tiffany Studios library lamp with #481 base; a 10-tune Mermod Freres cylinder music box; an American Burl trencher, dated 1814; a striking Philadelphia mahogany corner cupboard with flame finials; a solid oak double back bar, 8’7" x 10’3" x 15.5" deep with beveled glass mirrors and white marble top (from the barber shop); a U.S. and Spain cast iron mechanical bank marked Pat Pending — guaranteed to be vintage; a yellow and black Arcade toy Yellow Cab, with different phone numbers on each side; three German Armand Marseille dolls; an 800 German silver center piece, 6" x 11" long, 21.145 troy ounce with gold wash adornments; a 23-jewel Veritas pocket watch; an Edison Victrola with morning glory horn, support arm and spare reproducer; and a 2-gallon Whites of Binghamton stoneware jug.

Approximate selling times:

  • Barber shop Items — 6:30 pm
  • Tiffany Lamp — 7:00 pm
  • U.S. and Spain bank and toys — 7:15 pm
  • Cars — 7:30 pm

Additional details, photos, and directions are available in the auction brochure (PDF: 537KB), which is also available in a slim version (162KB) without photos.

Absentee and phone bids for this auction can be submitted using the online bidform. Bidders must be pre-registered.

Bob and Sallie Connelly, whose business includes antiques, auctions, appraisals and an art gallery, have been conducting auctions in the Binghamton, NY area for more than 30 years.

For more information, visit the Connelly’s website: http://www.bobconnelly.com/

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