“An auction with record attendance and record sales was held at the Star Hall on Jan. 24, 2004. Some of the results are illustrated as follows:”

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One of Four Chippendale Chairs c.1800 or earlier $300.00 each
deVolpi’s Pictoral Newfoundland $80.00
Sterling soup lasle, London 1812 $250.00
Victorian parlour table $525.00
American Sheraton armchair c.1795-1810 with concave arm support attached to front legs which are tapered with spade feet. There are four slender turned banisters that lead to carved tops forming five arches. The chair is capped with an arched and capped top rail. This is an outstanding example of a period Sheraton arm chair, and the upholstery is very well executed. $625.00
Miniature mahogany chest of drawers $74.00
Collector spoons $50.00
A.E Harris watercolor $300.00
A.E Harris watercolor $300.00
Collector bears $10.00 - 60.00
Black and white Staffordshire dogs c.1860 $275.00
Brown and white Staffordshire dogs c.1860 $150.00
Toby jug $30.00
John Durham painting of fiddler 1911 $475.00
Pine bedroom set $900.00
Edwardian sterling silver vesta case $50.00
Various pieces of sterling silver $10.00 - 350.00
G.B. Lloyd Edwardian walking cane (click here for additional details on this item) $200.00
Chippendale chair c. 1800 $150.00
Edwardian fish service $150.00
Edwardian Claret with sterling top and handle. $200.00
French carriage clock c.1860. $525.00
Very rare 1st edition of Astronomy Explained by James Ferguson published in 1756. $1,750.00
Voyage of the Fox by McLintock 1859. $275.00
Early set of china with gold rim. $250.00
Bleeding bowl in Sterling silver c.1925 from Tessiers Ltd. In England. $350.00

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