SJ Auctioneers’ Online-only Fall For The Auction Of Collectibles Sale On Sunday, October 23rd, Has Something For Nearly Everybody
The over 250 lots feature vehicle collectibles, trains, paperweights, art glass, porcelain, décor, sterling silver, jewelry, fashion bags, Disney collectibles and more, beginning at 4 pm Eastern.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. – SJ Auctioneers will hold an important online-only Fall for the Auction of Collectibles sale on Sunday, October 23rd, beginning promptly at 4 pm Eastern time. The auction features over 250 lots of vehicle collectibles, trains, paperweights, art glass, porcelain, décor, sterling silver, jewelry, fashion bags and Disney collectibles – something for just about everyone.
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 bidding is via 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 feature a fine trio of Borgfeldt Fun-e-Flex wood figures – Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and Pluto – each one a few inches tall, all made in the 1930s and all in outstanding original paint condition (est. $500-$1,000); and a 1950s-era 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 Steuben blue aurene perfume bottle, signed 1414, with stopper, 8 inches tall, with the bottom of the stopper slightly chipped, is expected to bring $1,000-$5,000; while a large 1920 Steuben aurene art glass footed bowl, 8 ¼ inches tall by 6 inches wide, has an estimate of $1,000-$5,000.
A Daum (France) purple and green pate de verre fig leaves with lizards art glass vase, signed, 6 inches tall, the diameter at the top 5 ½ inches, should go for $1,000-$5,000; and a Daum pate de verre bluebird on a branch glass figurine, about 3 ½ inches tall, the bluebird having yellow and gold highlights and lots of bubbles mixed within its body, is expected to finish at $1,000-$2,500
A pair of sterling silver grouse (or pheasants), made by Richard Comyns (London, 1971) and weighing 110 grams, 77mm long by 40mm tall, should leave the room for $1,500-$,2500; while a signed Japanese sterling silver perfume atomizer with exquisite hand-chased decoration featuring flowers with gold gilding, signed Samurai and stamped 950, should hit $500-$1,000.
Paperweights will be led by an antique Baccarat pansy lampwork art glass paperweight (est. $500-$1,000); a very large Murano glass Fratelli Toso (Italy) 5 ¼ inch mushroom paperweight with colorful ribbon twists (est. $500-$1,000); and a signed Baccarat (French) paperweight with a nice, colorful candy design (est. $5000-$1,000). Also from Baccarat is a signed pair of lovely red crystal vases with a box, measuring approximately 11.5cm by 7cm (est. $1,000-$2,500).
Nearly 20 lots in the auction will be dedicated to Dinky Toys, including highly collectible gift sets. Dinky Toys was the brand name for a range of die-cast model vehicles made by the British toy company Maccano Ltd. from 1934-1979 at a factory in Liverpool. They remain among the most popular diecast vehicles ever made, predating Corgi, Matchbox and Mattel’s Hot Wheels.
Dinky boxed gift sets include a restored Dinky gift set no. 4 consisting of five racing cars: 23g Cooper-Bristol, 23f Alfa Romeo, 23h Ferrari, 23j H.W.M. and 23n Maserati (est. $500-$1,000); Dinky Military Series Supertoys 698, consisting of a tank transporter and a centurion tank, circa 1940-1960, with a display stand and base and all inner packing pieces (est. $500-$1,000); and Dinky GS 4 Racing Car set of four original racing cars made between 1953-1958, very rare (est. $500-$1,000). A single Dinky car, a Meccano Chrysler with box, should sell for $250-$500.
Herend pieces will feature an adorable group of four porcelain blue fishnet penguin figurines, standing together on ice in a beautiful pink raspberry color, 4 ½ inches tall, in excellent condition and marked on the bottom (est. $500-$1,000); and an extra large black fishnet pattern elephant, just under 10 inches tall in brand new perfect condition, with no blemishes (est. $2,500-$5,000).
HEREND SIGNED Extra Large black fishent ELEPHANT
A rare Cartier Perrier vintage bottle opener and corks, 925 sterling silver with box, is expected to garner $250-$500; and a Cartier signed set of sterling silver salt and pepper shakers in the original red case, each piece measuring about 1 ½ inches tall, is estimated to reach $500-$1,000.
A Tiffany & Company sterling silver .925 salt and pepper hexagonal shaker set with box, weighing 78.1 grams, 2.6 inches by 1.9 inches, should ring up $500-$1,000. Also, a Tiffany & Company sterling silver money clip, size two inches with box, has an estimate of $250-$500.
Also sold will be a group of three signed Oscar Zanetti (Italy) Murano glass twisted rope knot sculptures (est. $1,000-$2,000); a Georg Fischer No. 337 service station tin toy made in Germany in 1952 (est. $500-$1,000); another Georg Fischer tin vehicle, made in Germany in 1920 (est. $500-$1,000); and a Nintendo game and watch lot of 10 works (est. $1,500-$2,500).
No phone bids will be taken, but absentee bidding is available now online. Pre-bidding is also available, meaning for those who are unable to attend the online auction, they can still leave their bids now. For further bidding information, visit www.sjauctioneers.com.
SJ Auctioneers is always seeking quality items for future auctions. To inquire about consigning an item, an estate or a collection, you may call 646-450-7553; or, you can send an email to [email protected]. To learn more about SJ Auctioneers and the October 15th Fall for the Auction of Collectibles sale, please visit www.sjauctioneers.com.