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Jul 29-29, 2020
Tom Hall 500 Lot Upscale Holiday Auction
10 am Tuesday, December 3, 2019
4644 Rte. 309, Schnecksville, PA 18078
Bid live in the gallery or online.
Preview 100s of items at Tom Hall Auctions
12 noon – 4 pm Sunday, December 1st and
12 noon – 4 pm Monday, December 2nd or call for an appointment.
This Auction features a spectacular collection of Antique coin operated and self playing pianos and organs from the Estate of Raymond Scheffy owner of the Musical Memories Museum in Allentown Pennsylvania. Including a fabulous coin operated Mills Violano-Virtuoso, Wurlitzer keyless Pianino, Hue AmelottiFrench barrel piano, rare Link Style A Orchestrion, JP Seeburg “E” piano, plus rolls! Estey church organ, Mason Hamlin Ampico “A” baby grand piano, 10 tabletop Victrola and Edison players, plus rolls! Many other Pump and reed organs and players; some in need of repair or refurbishing.
Important 9’ x 5’ painting by Emanuuel Leutze “Departure of the Israelites”, Robert Kulicke, Peter Max, Icart prints, Kip Frace prints, numerous original and signed works and so much more!
Fabulous Chinese carved alter table from Shanghai, wedding cabinet, Chinese Jumu cabinet, wax seals, Satsuma, (3) 20th century palace vases, 5 extraordinary silk Turkish rugs including Hereke.
Several pianos and music boxes from a Bethlehem & East Greenville, PA estate include a Steinway baby grand repeater player piano, antique inlaid cylinder music box, Regina disc playing music box.
Bronze lamps and sculptures including Mercury signed E. Picault, antique horse fly whisks and whips, miniature precision tools, Rare John Wilkes Booth Carte de Viste and tintype.
Gold jewelry including 2 carat diamond bangle, 2 Ct. diamond earrings, Jade carved pendants, sapphire ring, Movado 14 karat wristwatch with diamonds, mantle clocks, 6 gold and various silver coins.
1988 Corvette convertible with only 58,000 miles! 1994 Chevrolet Blazer
with only 39,000 miles!
NOTE: Due to size and logistics some of the larger coin operated & self-playing pianos and organs will remain at Musical Memories Museum located in Allentown Pennsylvania (see catalog for these items). The preview times for these items is also Sunday December 1 and Monday December 2 from 12 noon-4 pm or by appointment for a private viewing. These items will remain at the museum for the preview and buyers will make arrangements for pick up.
Bidding will take place at Tom Hall Auctions December 3rd.
Catalog, Info & Terms available at www.tomhallauctions.com
Terms: Cash, Check w/Photo ID, Major Credit Cards, 13% Buyer’s Premium w/3% discount for cash & checks. Online Bidding terms may differ.
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Unseen by outsiders and virtually unknown to the art world for more than 150 years, a large oil on canvas by German American artist Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze (1816-1868) only came to auction earlier this year for the first time since it was created in the 1840’s by the artist best known for his work, Washington Crossing the Delaware, at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
In 1850, the painting depicting the biblical subject of Marshaling the Hosts, was received from the artist by Samuel Wetherill, who became the first Worshipful Master of the Bethlehem Lodge 283 in 1854. At the time, the nine foot tall by nearly six foot wide canvas was rolled up and tied, later to be framed and hung by members of the Lodge. The work is paint signed by Leutze and dated 1845, the overall size including the frame 9 feet 7 inches by 6 feet 8 inches.
From the walls it has hung on for 170 years in Bethlehem, PA to our gallery, visitors and collectors will have an opportunity to bid on Leutze’s work live and online on Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
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