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Outstanding Single Owner Weds. Evening Auction

Featuring the Estate Collection of David Glynn, Bennington NH

  • Outstanding Single Owner Weds. Evening Auction
  • Outstanding Single Owner Weds. Evening Auction
  • Outstanding Single Owner Weds. Evening Auction
  • Outstanding Single Owner Weds. Evening Auction

WHEN: Wednesday, July 11
from 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM

PREVIEW: Weds from 12-5pm

WHERE: W.A. Smith Auction Gallery in Plainfield, NH

Exit 20 off I-89, proceed south on Rte. 12-A from the West Lebanon Plaza for 7 miles. From I-91, take the Ascutney-Windsor, VT Exit 8, cross the Connecticut River and take Rte. 12-A north for approx. 10 miles. Across from the Plainfield Historical Society. (Click here for maps)

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We have been commissioned by the heirs to offer the complete contents of the David Glynn estate, late of Bennington, New Hampshire. Mr. Glynn was an avid collector. He put together a fine collection of Flow Blue, Wedgwood, Rose Medallion and more. Mr. Glynn owned several restaurants in the Antrim, N.H. area, most notably “David’s”- a brick colonial restaurant where many a day you would see antique dealers and auctioneers gathering there for dinner. He was also a member of the Flow Blue Association. Over 1000 appraised lots will be offered. We recommend you plan to stay late, as there will be generous lots at the end of the auction. No additions, no reserves, no internet bidding. Absentee and telephone bidding welcomed.

 

In Part: A huge collection of flow blue china - hundreds of pieces to include foot baths, tea sets, soup tureens, platters, plates, covered jars vegetables and more, all by various makers, inc. Scinde, Formosa, Manila, Cashmere, etc. Extensive collection of Wedgwood Jasperware, inc. urns, pitchers, covered boxes, bowls, biscuit jars, loving cup, etc.; large selection of Rose Medallion, inc. platters, bowls, cups, fruit bowls, collection of flasks and bottles inc. Stoddard, double eagle, success to the railroad; sev. glass decanters; art glass items; many other art glass Spanish lace, Satsuma vase; Royal Bayreuth rose tapestry; colored to clear wines; good selection of English porcelains including Minton and Royal Worcester; Lg. collection of Chinese mud men-100’s; Imari china; oyster plates; Staffordshire dogs, other Staffordshire inc. Uncle Tom and Eva; sev. oil lamps; collection of Christmas salts, Lg. selection of cups and saucers inc. Shelley; Royal Crown Derby items; two-part Japanese fish bowl; Canton china; Quimper china; pair of Bohemian lusters; Carnival glass; red block collection; Lalique birds; etc.

 

Other:  Sev. country items, inc. butter molds, rolling pins, chocolate pewter mold; cast iron dog doorstop; stoneware; skater’s lanterns; stone fruit; French carriage clock; Regina music box; sev. Federal mirrors; sampler by Harriet Clarke 1821; several good post card albums holiday and local scenes plus several trade card albums; sev. town history books; library of books; postcards of Antrim and Bennington N.H.; bisque head dolls; canes; glass plaques, “Hancock Glass Works”; approx. 75 daguerreotypes and tin types, inc. some in gutta-percha cases

 

Several art works, paintings and prints.

 

Furniture: Country set-back cupboard; Chippendale blanket chest; set of six thumb back chairs; Victorian marble top tables; good stenciled child’s carriage; settle bench; display cabinet; 1950’s-1960’s Zenith record player, two sofa’s; mahogany dresser, beds

 

Jewelry: 18k yellow gold rings bezel set with 5 diamonds; 14k gold bracelet; diamond stick pin; gold rings; Wedgewood medallions and more

 

Several Oriental scatter and room size rugs; hooked and braided rugs.

 

Many items not listed - check website for pictures, again plan on staying late for generous lots at the end.

Sale per order of Annette Fitzgerald and Sean Fitzgerald, executors.