SJ Auctioneers online auction on October 23 includes collectibles from Disney, Steuben, Daum pate de verre, Herend, Dinky sets
Also featured are vehicle collectibles, trains, paperweights, art glass, china, home decor, sterling silver, jewelry, fashion bags and more at 4 p.m. Eastern Time.
BROOKLYN, NY, USA, Oct. 4, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — SJ Auctioneers will host a major online-only fall collectibles auction on Sunday, October 23, beginning at 4 p.m. from the east. The auction includes over 250 lots of collectibles of vehicles, trains, paperweights, art glass, china, home decor, sterling silver, jewelry, fashion bags and of Disney collectibles – something for just about everyone.
The names in the sale read like a who’s who in famous brand manufacturers, names like Cartier, Tiffany & Company, Dominick & Haff, Jose Hess, Emile Delaire, Gorham, Movito, Reed & Barton, Watson, Wallace, Wm B. Kerr, Sackermann Hessenberg & Company, Italian Vetreria Murano, Arte, American Flyer, Lionel, Tootsie Toy, Buddy L, Dinky Toys, Matchbox, Lesney, Steuben, Disney and Baccarat. Online auctions are conducted through LiveAuctioneers.com and BidSpirit.com.
A link to the catalog is here: https://www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/262578_fall-for-the-auction-of-collectibles/.
Disney collectibles will include a handsome trio of Borgfeldt Fun-e-Flex wooden figures – Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and Pluto – each standing a few centimeters tall, all made in the 1930s and all in vintage paint condition. origin outstanding (est. $500-$1,000); and a 1950s Disney 2nd National Duck Bank mechanical tin bank, featuring Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Pinocchio, Figaro, Huey, Dewey and Louie, in fairly good condition and mechanically sound (est. $500-1,000 $).
A bottle of Aurene Blue Steuben perfume, signed 1414, with stopper, 8 inches high, with the bottom of the stopper slightly chipped, is expected to fetch $1,000-5,000; while a large 1920 Steuben aurene art glass footed bowl, 8 ¼ inches high by 6 inches wide, has an estimate of $1,000 to $5,000.
A Daum (France) glass vase in purple and green glass paste with lizards, signed, 6 inches high, the diameter at the top 5 ½ inches, should cost $1,000 to $5,000; and a Daum glass paste blue bird on a branch glass figurine, approximately 3 ½ inches tall, the blue bird having yellow and gold highlights and lots of bubbles mixed into its body, should be completed between 1 $000 and $2,500.
A pair of grouse (or pheasants) in sterling silver, made by Richard Comyns (London, 1971) and weighing 110 grams, 77mm long by 40mm high, should leave the coin for $1,500 to $2,500; while a signed sterling silver Japanese perfume atomizer with exquisite hand-carved flower decoration with gold gilding, signed Samurai and stamped 950, is expected to fetch $500-$1,000.
The paperweights will be led by an antique Baccarat lampwork art glass paperweight (est. $500-$1,000); a very large Fratelli Toso (Italy) 5¼-inch Murano glass mushroom paperweight with colorful ribbon twists (est. $500-$1,000); and a signed Baccarat (French) paperweight with a pretty pattern of colorful candies (estimated between $5,000 and $1,000). Also from Baccarat, a signed pair of pretty red crystal vases with a box, measuring approximately 11.5 cm by 7 cm (est. $1,000-$2,500).
Nearly 20 auction lots will be dedicated to Dinky Toys, including collectible gift sets. Dinky Toys was the brand name for a range of die-cast vehicle models manufactured by British toy company Maccano Ltd. from 1934 to 1979 in a factory in Liverpool. They remain among the most popular die-cast vehicles ever made, predating Mattel’s Corgi, Matchbox, and Hot Wheels.
Dinky gift sets include a restored Dinky gift set no. 4 consisting of five racing cars: 23g Cooper-Bristol, 23f Alfa Romeo, 23h Ferrari, 23j HWM and 23n Maserati (est. $500-$1,000); Dinky Military Series Supertoys 698, consisting of tank transporter and centurion tank, circa 1940-1960, with display stand and base and all interior packing pieces (est. $500-$1,000); and Dinky GS 4 Racing Car set of four original race cars made between 1953 and 1958, very rare (est. $500-$1,000). A single Dinky car, a Meccano Chrysler with box, should sell for between $250 and $500.
Herend pieces will include an adorable group of four porcelain blue fishnet penguin figurines, standing together on ice in a beautiful raspberry pink color, 4 ½ inches tall, in excellent condition and marked on the bottom (est. $500 – $1,000); and a very large black fishnet-patterned elephant, just under 10 inches tall, in mint, flawless condition (est. $2,500-$5,000).
A rare vintage Cartier Perrier bottle opener and stopper, in 925 sterling silver with box, is expected to fetch between $250 and $500; and a signed Cartier set of sterling silver salt and pepper shakers in the original red case, each piece measuring approximately 1 ½ inches in height, is estimated between $500 and $1,000.
A Tiffany & Company .925 sterling silver hexagonal salt and pepper shaker set with box, weighing 78.1 grams, 2.6 inches by 1.9 inches, should cost between $500 and $1,000. Also, a Tiffany & Company sterling silver money clip, size two inches with box, has an estimate of $250 to $500.
Also on sale will be a group of three Murano glass twisted rope knot sculptures by Oscar Zanetti (Italy) (est. $1,000-$2,000); a Georg Fischer No. 337 gas station tin toy made in Germany in 1952 (est. $500-$1,000); another Georg Fischer tin vehicle, made in Germany in 1920 (estimated between $500 and $1,000); and a 10-work Nintendo Games and Watches Bundle (estimated at $1,500-$2,500).
No telephone bids will be taken, but mail-order auctions are now available online. Pre-bidding is also available, meaning for those unable to attend the online auction, they can still leave their bids now. For more auction information, visit www.sjauctioneers.com.
SJ Auctioneers is always on the lookout for quality items for future auctions. To inquire about consigning an item, estate, or collection, you can call 646-450-7553; or, you can email [email protected] To learn more about SJ Auctioneers and the Oct. 15 collectibles auction, please visit www.sjauctioneers.com.
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