Mechanicsville Estate 2016





A Partial list of what to expect:

  • Guns incl. (77 total) In alphabetical order.
  1. America Remembers Marlin Mod. 30-30 White Tail Deer Trophy
  2. American Bulldog .38
  3. Browning 28 ga. M-12 Pump Shotgun
  4. Browning A500 12 ga. NIB
  5. Browning Centennial 9mm
  6. Browning Over & Under 20 ga. S# 25035NY963
  7. Browning Pump Field Model 20 ga. S# 11018PY162
  8. Clayton Moore Tribute 12/500 .45 cal.
  9. Clayton Moore Tribute 137/500 .45 cal.
  10. Colt 1911 A1 Navy Comm. S# 2722567
  11. Colt Army 1860 JJ Graham
  12. Colt James Arness .45 cal. 123/250
  13. Colt Python 357
  14. Colt Revolver .22 Camp Perry
  15. Colt The West Point Bicentennial Tribute Revolver 49/300
  16. Daisy Model 25
  17. Desert Eagle .44 SS 10″ Barrel
  18. Eagle Arms 10 ga. Double Barrel Zabala HNOS S# EIBER
  19. Eastern Arms Co. 16 ga. Double Barrel Ser. E3778
  20. Enders Royal Service Hammered Double Barrel 20 ga.
  21. Eschasa Eibar Model GZ
  22. Geettysburg 1863 Revolver 922/1863
  23. Germany .22 cal.
  24. Ideal 3325 Double Barrel
  25. Ithaca Mod. Field Grade 20 ga. Double Barrel S# 252088
  26. Ithaca Side by Side 12 ga. S#334078
  27. Ithaca Side by Side 16 ga. S# 453354
  28. Ithaca SkB Mod. 900 Semi-Auto 12 ga.
  29. Ithaca Western Arms Double Barrel S# 60124
  30. Iver Johnson .38
  31. James Arness Tribute .45 cal.
  32. L.C. Smith 12 ga. Side by Side Double Barrel
  33. L.C. Smith 12 ga. Side by Side S# 122097
  34. Marlin .22 LR Glenfield Model 60
  35. Marlin model 80 .22 Bolt Action
  36. Mondial .22
  37. New Fulton Hammered Double Barrel 410 ga.
  38. New Haven Mossburg .22 Bolt Action (46M)a 1940-1945
  39. Old Military Rifle 1949 Long Branch No. 4 (F) FTR/50
  40. Parker Bor. Double Barrel Vulcan Steel VH 16 ga. S# 94913
  41. Parker Bro. Double Barrel Parker VH Vulcan Steel 16 ga.
  42. Remington 12 ga. S# 710033 “The Sportsman”
  43. Remington Lesmuk .22 LR 1922-1935 Model 24
  44. Remington Mod. 34 Bolt Action .22 cal.
  45. Remington mod. 6 S# 446193 .22 cal 1901-1933
  46. Rohm .225 German RG10
  47. Ruger American Remembers Over & Under 20 ga. 9/100
  48. Ruger Blackhawk 357 50 years
  49. S&W .357 Mod. 19.4 Engraved
  50. S&W Old Model 1 Tip Up Engraved S# 52K6385
  51. Sarasque Made in Spain 20 ga. S# 71024 Double Barrel
  52. Savage Arms Model 745 Lightweight 12 ga. Mfg. 1940-1949
  53. Savage mod. Amschutz .22 w / Weaver scope
  54. Sears & Roebuck .410 ga. bolt action
  55. SKB 12 ga. Over & Under
  56. Smith & Wesson S# 12446
  57. Springfield Mod. 1873 “Trap Door” 45-70 U.S. Army 1873-1877
  58. Stevens Browning 620 12 ga.
  59. Stevens Model 325-B 30-30
  60. Ethan Allen Forehand & Wadsworth Sidehammer 22 1870’s
  61. Smith & Wesson Model 1896 in .32 long 1st hand ejector
  62. Allen & Wheelock Sept. 7 Nov. 9 1858 Civil War era secondary Martial Revolver
  63. LC Smith Ideal #332 S two barrels
  64. ROHM RG .22 short Germany
  65. Iver Johnson .32
  66. American Bull Dog
  67. Mondial Model 99XC blank gun
  68. Marlin Glenfield Model 60
  69. Stevens Browning 620 12 ga.
  70. Walther .45
  71. Weatherby 12 ga. S#334078
  72. Winchester 20 ga. M-12 Pump Shotgun
  73. Winchester Bolt Action Model 69A .22 cal.
  74. Winchester Double Barrel Model 21 in original case
  75. Winchester Lever Action Model Centennial 66 NIB
  76. Winchester mod. 63 .22 LR cal. S# 82994A
  77. Winchester Mod.74 Semi-Auto .22 cal. S#12450
  • Duck decoys incl. A spectacular 182-piece collection of vintage and contemporary duck decoys, including a complete collection of decoys by the late Bob Litzenberg, Madison Mitchell and Paul Gibson. Other artists include Charlie Joiner, Miniature collection by Barry Fuchs, Havre De Grace, Stan Sparre, Don Schierbaum, Bill Schauber, George Nicholson, Charles Bryan, Delbert “Cigar” Daisey and Mali Vujanic. Decoys range in size from miniatures to full swans – most in unused condition and GORGEOUS! We’ll also have some working plastic duck decoys in the barn.
  • Fine jewelry incl. A stunning 3 round brilliant cut diamond engagement ring (3 ct combined weight with the main diamond at 2.80 ct.) set in 14k yellow gold, a substantial 3 round brilliant cut diamond men’s wedding ring (2.24 ct combined weight) set in 14k yellow gold, a show-stopping 2pc lady’s wedding 11-diamond set in 14k white gold, gorgeous lady’s pear-shaped emerald (.21 ct) and round, 14 full-cut diamond (.21 ct) necklace set in 14 yellow gold, a selection of 21 10k-18k solid yellow gold chain necklaces, a collection of vintage and contemporary 10k-18k yellow gold rings in varying styles, including some with gemstones such as garnets, diamonds and opals, yellow gold bracelets, earrings and an 18k solid gold Audemars, Piguet watch. You’ll also find some sterling silver chains and earrings, as well as an antique coin silver pocket watch. Speaking of watches, we’ll also be offering some vintage Bulova men’s and women’s wrist watches.
  • Oyster plates incl. This sale offers a BEAUTIFUL selection of 27 vintage Limoges and fine china oyster plates – some rare! Makers include Victoria Carlsbad Austria, Charles F. Haviland, Theodore Haviland, & Haviland and Co., Collamore & Co., Weimar, Pointons Stoke-On-Trent, GDA, Imperial Crown China, O&EG, Tresserman & Vogt/T&V and Staffordshire. We also have a selection of lovely reproduction oyster plates for more frequent use.
  • Boats incl. 2001 Boston Whaler 20′ out range center console W/200 Mercury Optimax rebuilt last winter with only 1 hour on the motor! Trailer has all new hubs! ($23,ooo.) 1987 Chriscraft 22.2′ 350 inboard motor with trailer. ($5,000)
  • Farm equipment incl.
  • Silver coins incl. A 1989 $5 gold coin, a sequential set of five uncirculated 1923 $1 “horse blanket” silver certificates, 1880 $20 United States bill, 1902 U.S. $50 bill, 1922 $20. U.S. bill, US Liberty Silver Eagles, Buffalo Nickels, Morgan Silver Dollars, Peace Silver Dollars, Franklin Half Dollars, a set of .999 NFL Super Bowl XXVI Washington Redskins coins, National Football Conference 1991 Eastern Division Champs .999 coins, National Collectors September 11 commemorative coins .999 silver, an 1828 large cent, Kennedy half dollars and other misc. vintage coins.
  • Clocks incl. Regulator, several antique porcelain face wall hanging clocks.
  • Musical Instruments/Electronics Incl. Martin D-35 acoustic guitar w/hard case with Brazilian back, all original but needs pick guard replaced, selling as is. Serial number (345445) (Greco F140 (#DBGM-1709673), vintage Hohner Marchesa accordion, two Bose Wave music systems, VCR/DVD/VHS & CD players from Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba and Magnavox, stereo components from Kenwood & Bose, Onkyo stereo system (phonograph, CD, tape deck & speakers) and a VIZIO flat-screen TV.
  • Collectibles Collection of vintage Hummels, including 1990/2002 First Issue “A Basket of Gifts” & #s 765, 773, 798, 842, 878, 882, 1493 & 1632, set of Enesco ceramic birds, antique regulator wall clocks, vintage 1937 Garrard chime clock, Seth Thomas wall clock, Copeland ceramic washbasin and pitcher, set of HomeCo Snow Babies figurines, Okaji & Maiko Japanese Geisha dolls, Red Wing #12 crock, Foley & Co. #1 Medalta crock, metal milk jugs, wooden doll high chair, cast-iron clothing irons, Kentucky Pottery jug, cast-iron Staats money changer, vintage Victrola Talking Machine Co. (#VV-X391629) and a fancy rotary phone and much more!
  • Farm Equipment & other implements incl. Farmall tractor, aluminum troughs, John Deere Bush Hog #609, MF39 planter, Craftsman dump trailer, vintage horse sleighs, Ford tractor, Massey Ferguson 2927 27HP riding mower, Handy GC-30 pump, Southern States High Flo sprayer, Bush Hog 3715 mower trailer, Toyota fork lift, Coats 40-40A Power Plus tire changer and a Ford tractor with plow, Econoline 12-ton Multi-Max suspension trailer, two Evinrude Fleetwin 7.5 motors, Johnson 6 motor and a Die Hard 1.0HP 4-speed motor and so much more!
  • Tools incl. A garage FILLED with tools of all types from antique/vintage to contemporary, including Craftsman (surveyor’s tools, drill bit sets, 39-piece tap & die set, ratchet wrench sets, joint planer), Bostich (nail gun, industrial stick framing nailer), Rotozip (spiral saw), pneumatic tools from Evercraft, Astro, CP & DeVilbiss, Porto Power (10-ton capacity body repair equipment – #B65115), All Trade (tool sets), Wolfs Head (multi-function suction lifter – #WH-9601), Drill Doctor (750X), Flex Drive (screwdriver) and a bunch of very long clam diggers.
  • Antique Barn Contents Please note: THE OLD RED BARN IS FOR SALE. A slew of wood pallets, vintage doors, windows, tons of tobacco sticks, dressers, trunks, horse equipment, horse saddles, Roberts (Junior Power stretcher – #10-237), chrome vanadium tool sets, Continental 30-ton capacity shop press, Montgomery Ward air compressor, Lincoln AC 225 Amp welder, vintage 1905 Fisher Norris anvil, Universal 150k BTU heater, Dandy Premiere portable air conditioner and an Amrox 12-speed heavy duty drill press. 1905 Anvil and so much more!
  • Kitchen items incl. Community flatware set & case, Roger & Bros “Tudor” silverplate flatware, crab steamer pots, slew of oyster shuckers, canning kettles, stock pots, small appliances, Ronco electric food dehydrator, Hitachi Bread Master (HB-B301), Pyrex, Fire King, Anchor Hocking, Corning Ware and Griswold & Wagner Ware cast iron pieces like new upright freezer and so much more!!
  • Vintage fishing lures incl. Rinehart Jinx, C.C.B.Co, Heddon, PFleuger, Mirro Lure and many others!
  • Accent Pieces incl. Vintage Embury Luck-E-Lite, Dietz & Fever Hand lanterns, cast-iron Boston terriers, Arthur Wood ceramic dogs and whiskey/pickle barrels.
  • Art incl. Ruthie May Art Lamay 566/950, Paul W. Sherty 23/750, John P. Cowan “Snows At Dawn” 1470/5300, Hayfield “Power of Grace” 79/550, Valerie A Lloyd “Carvers of Rock Hall 49/500, Winton landscape oil painting, Jacque Barnes, D. Woodvile Landscape oil painting, Harry Antist “In for the Evening” collectors addition, McNair, Joe Phelan, Barteau R. Madison Mitchell oil on canvas, Barteau duck on the pond, Le Roy, Louis Frisino 16/900 and many others!
  • Misc. LPs, medical equipment, new in box Electrolux vacuum, office supplies, Daiwa graphite Eliminator reel with Penn #49 deep sea reel, Eden Pure quartz infrared portable heater, Kenmore trash compactor and a Kenmore gas stove.
  • Clothing & Accessories incl. Women’s clothing of all types and range from size 6-3x, and shoes that range from size 7.5-8.5 and handbags/purses. Many are new with tags.


NEW RULE: We are having a problem with people gathering items for purchase, putting them on our sold tables, shopping the rest of the house (sometimes for hours) then changing their mind upon checkout. This behavior has lost us sales. Because we work for the family we will be enforcing the sold table from here forward. DO NOT PUT ITEMS ON THE SOLD TABLE UNLESS YOU PLAN TO PURCHASE THEM. IF YOU PUT THEM ON THE SOLD TABLE WE WILL COUNT THEM AS SOLD AND TREAT THEM AS SUCH! Please, take extra time to decide while the item is in place before bringing it to the checkout. We would like to thank you all in advance for your cooperation and understanding of this matter.

ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Please take extra time to carefully inspect your items before you purchase. Once you have paid and left we cannot make any refunds or exchanges.

We accept cash, credit cards (minimum 100.00 no American Express) There will be a 3% convenience fee added to all credit card transactions. Debit cards (minimum 50.00 no convenience fee added) and local checks. There will be a bank fee for any returned checks. The fee is based on the current bank fee we are charged for any bounced check.

Please note that this estate starts at 8am . We will hand out numbers at 7AM for people arriving before 8. People choosing to show up extremely early or camping out are responsible for keeping track of who showed up first. There will be a list that you will need to put your name on once you arrive. YOU CANNOT COME, PUT YOUR NAME ON THE LIST AND GO HOME. IF YOU LEAVE IN THE NIGHT YOUR NAME WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE LIST. We will not be staying up all night to keep order of the lineup. The list will be honored only for the people who stayed all night. So, when you arrive be sure to find the person with the list and get your name on it. We have had some complaints of the process of numbers. The best I can explain is this: When Best Buy has a sale on Black Friday there is always a line wrapping around the building. Although their doors don’t open until a certain time people choose to camp out and wait until they do. It is the same principle here. If people choose to rough it all night so they can be first in line that is indeed their choice. Our numbers are given out at 7am. We do not allow people to come, put your name on the list, leave and come back at a few minutes to 7am. Once you get our permanent number at 7am however, you can leave and come back to line up a few minutes before 8. The numbers are used to to keep everyone in order of entry. Sometimes we have to limit the amount of people we let in the home depending on how big or how crowded the house is. So, please understand if we only let 20-40 people in at a time. We are not responsible for lost numbers and you will have to go to the end of line if you lose your number.

Estate Start Time:
We do not allow early sales and start promptly at 8am.

Always park on the side of the road the estate home is on only. Do not park on both sides please. We cooperate with local law enforcement. Please park according to city ordinances and do not park on people’s lawns or in the neighbor’s driveways. Also, do not double-park anyone in, or block mailboxes, or streets.

Shopping Bags & Containers:
All bags and containers are subject to inspection. You can bring your own canvas bags and boxes for shopping, however, we reserve the right to inspect them when you leave.

We try to provide the service of wrapping glass for you, however, if we are in a shopping rush, you may have to wrap your own glass.

Holding Items:
We can not hold items for you prior to the sale that you see in our gallery online. We line people up according to their numbers. If you see something in the gallery you want to buy, we suggest you arrive early to get a good number.Also, if you have to leave during the sale to get money or for any reason, we can not set aside items for you to buy when you return.

Large and Heavy Items:
Please bring help to load your purchases. All purchases need to be removed by close of sale Sunday at 3pm.

Most of our estate sales contain areas and content not suitable for children. Our sales can be crowded and contain a lot of glass items and stair cases. Children are welcomed, but you are responsible for any damages. We can not allow strollers or buggies inside because they block the flow of traffic through the homes.

Please do not bring pets to the sale unless they are required for special needs.