The first woman brewmaster since Prohibition, Carol Stoudt and her husband Ed were considered pioneers in the craft beer industry. Together, the couple founded the award-winning Stoudt Brewing Company & Black Angus Antiques Mall in Adamstown, Pennsylvania. They built a legacy on brewing German beer in the Reinheitsgebot tradition. Automobiles, decorative arts, and furniture from Ed & Carol Stoudt’s private collection will be available in the upcoming Wiederseim Associates auction.
Leading this sale is a 1932 Auburn convertible roadster. Auburn Automobiles began producing American-made cars in 1900. In part due to the Great Depression, the company ceased operation in 1937. The available three-speed manual transmission roadster has a straight eight motor and 98 horsepower. Horsepower Enterprises of Lancaster, PA completed most of the car’s restoration, including body work and a custom paint job.
Founded in 1853, Wurlitzer originally imported stringed, woodwind, and brass instruments from Germany. In the 1930s, after moving operations to New York, the company began manufacturing jukeboxes. It produced the Wurlitzer Model 1100 jukebox from 1947 to 1949. These jukeboxes moved away from the Art Deco design of the 1940s to a more modern look. The upcoming auction will feature a working Wurlitzer Model 1100 jukebox. It measures 58 inches high and 30 inches wide. Visit Bidsquare to view the full catalog and to place a bid.
# of Lots:255
Price Range:$100 - $45,000
Interesting lots include:
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|1932 Auburn Convertible Roadster|| Estimate: |
|Vintage Wurlitzer Juke Box Model 1100|| Estimate: |
|Mahogany Bell Telephone Boot|| Estimate: |
|Poster - World War I YMCA|| Estimate: |
|Two Carousel Ride Signs|| Estimate: |