Published: July 10, 2015
AMESBURY, MASS. — Spirits were high as John McInnis’ July 10 auction got off on a good start with the first lot across the block, a double-sided wood tavern sign having wrought iron hardware, 41½ by 25½ inches, that hammered at $41,000 ($47,970 including a 17 percent buyer’s premium), going to a phone bidder. The auction, featuring the collection of preservationist William Johnson of Kennebunk and Wells, Maine, continues today and tomorrow at 11 am at www.mcinnisauctions.com
A complete report on the auction will appear in a future edition.
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