Live Auctions

MONDAY NITE ABSOLUTE LIVE AUCTION
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2014 @ 7PM CST, PREVIEW @ 5PM CST
114 GEORGE L. DAVIS BLVD., NASHVILLE,  TN 37203

Join us SEPTEMBER 29, 2014 for a MONDAY NITE ABSOLUTE LIVE AUCTION at our Auction facility in downtown Nashville, TN. The auction hall is located at 114 George L. Davis Blvd., between Broadway & Church Street, on the interstate frontage road. All auctions are free to attend and open to the public. This auction will feature over 250+ lots including  a collection of antique & vintage stoneware churns and whiskey jugs, over 2 dozen hand-made quilts, 2 large, vintage build-in kitchen cabinets, 50 1 oz. pure silver Canadian $5 coins, plus much more, all being sold WITHOUT RESERVE to the highest bidder! ABSENTEE BIDDING VIA EMAIL AVAILABLE FOR THIS AUCTION!  Click Here for Pictures!   Terms and Conditions

Partial List of Items

  • Vintage Build-In Kitchen Cabinet with Glass Doors- In two pieces, lower section measures approx. 26”x92”x29.5”, upper section measures approx. 18”x90”x49”
  • Vintage Build-in Blind Door Kitchen Cabinet- In two pieces, lower section measures approx. 25.5”x74.5”x32.5”, upper section measures approx. 17.5”x72”x58”
  • Vintage Cedar Ice Cream Maker
  • Several Vintage Wood Butter Churns
  • 1880s English Stoneware Churn
  • Antique Stoneware Churn, Marshall Pottery #2
  • Antique Stoneware Whiskey Jug, S.P. & S. White Hall #3
  • Vintage Stoneware Whiskey Jug, Platte Valley Missouri Straight Corn Whiskey
  • Vintage Stoneware “Milk” Handled Container
  • Antique Stoneware Handled Churn, Smithville, Miss. #5
  • Antique Stoneware Churn, Marshall Pottery #4
  • Vintage Rugs
  • Antique Quilts
  • Vintage Commemorative Willie Mays 600th Home Run Baseball Bat
  • 50 (5 Sleeves of 10 each) Uncirculated 1999-2000 Canadian 5 Dollar 1 oz. Pure Silver Coins
  • Custom Made Wood Chair, owned by Amy Grant

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MONDAY NITE ABSOLUTE LIVE AUCTION
MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2014 @ 7PM CST, PREVIEW @ 5PM CST
114 GEORGE L. DAVIS BLVD., NASHVILLE,  TN 37203

Join us OCTOBER 6, 2014 for a MONDAY NITE ABSOLUTE LIVE AUCTION at our Auction facility in downtown Nashville, TN. The auction hall is located at 114 George L. Davis Blvd., between Broadway & Church Street, on the interstate frontage road. All auctions are free to attend and open to the public. This auction will feature over 250+ lots including a large collection of Civil War-era items, all being sold WITHOUT RESERVE to the highest bidder! ABSENTEE BIDDING VIA EMAIL AVAILABLE FOR THIS AUCTION! Click Here for Pictures!   Terms & Conditions

 

Partial List of Items

  • Civil War (Confederate) Saddle- Marked 12” Seat, wood stirrups, was used in the Civil War.
    Was recovered (original “drumhead” material still present under current leather) during Roosevelt’s “Rough Rider” era.
  • RARE Civil War Tintype of Mounted Calvary- Close examination show saddle blanket, clothing & horse tack, all from the period. Soldier is wearing square rim glasses. Pictured is a Texas Officer, whose duties included writing orders from commanding officers in the field.
  • Civil War Bone Dominoes & Original “Allegany Arsenal” I.D. plate- Original period bone dominoes with center pin.
  • RARE Civil War CDV “The Colored Volunteer”- Clipped corner, but otherwise in good condition. Has been framed for protection.
  • Pair of Antique Spurs, possibly bronze- circa late 1700s/early1800s. Buckles are square & the plunger is pointed, indicative of that era.
  • Revolutionary War to Civil War Button Set
  • Extremely RARE “3 Acorn” Rank button
  • 1800s Woman’s Sash Clip with depicted Queen Victoria
  • Pair of Antique “pen” knives (not folding, but with sheaths)
  • Collection of Civil War battlefield “dropped” 3-ring bullets & battlefield “find” mini-balls
  • Revolutionary War un-fired musket ball
  • Indian War-era Horse Haimes
  • Revolutionary War-era Copper Kettle- original silver used for leak repairs, used primarily for water & coffee (mainly water, as the copper kept the water cool)
  • 1805 HMS “Victory” Dress Horse Tack- worn during parades
  • Complete set (Patent date 1847) Rogers Silverplate Cutlery Set, with cotton roll-up. Believed to be an Officer’s set
  • Original 44 W.C.F. Bullet Mold- 3-Ring, used to form square end bullets
  • Civil War Stag Handle Boot Knife- used for “close contact” engagements or hand-to-hand combat
  • Indian War-era Binoculars- U.S. Army Signal Service, manufactured by Andrew J. Lloyd Co. (Boston), with “expandable” shades/covers
  • Pair of Civil War Cook’s Knives- one “skinner” to remove the animal hide, 1 “butcher” knife
  • Civil War Field Frying Pan- in excellent condition, used by soldier’s in the field
  • Antique Hand-forged Wagon Train Cook Skillet- Copper pan with “rat-tail” iron handle
  • Civil War Blacksmith’s Smelt Pot & Ladle- used for forging many different items
  • Civil War Mini-Ball Ladle- Patent Date June 14, 1864, used by soldier’s to smelt and to pour into mini-ball mold
  • Mexican War-era Hip Knife & Sheath- original animal hide sheath with etchings on blade and sheath
  • 19th Century Victorian-era “4-D” Puzzle- complete with puzzle cards and blocks
  • Vintage Goldtone Hummingbird Music Box- when wound, hummingbird moves and music plays
  • The Blue & Gray, Volumes 1 & 2- Once owned by Captain Marion D. Joyce-Armor (stamped inside cover). 1st editions. 1950. Also stamped “ Post Library Property of U.S. Army Camp Atterbury”
  • Antique General Lee & General Grant “ByGones” by Angus Peter Macdonall-Comes with COA. This framed print was owned and was displayed in the home of Lt. Col. Walter Herron Taylor, General Lee’s “right hand man.” Taylor handled most of Lee’s general correspondence. For example, Taylor delivered the famous “if practicable” order from Lee to General Richard S. Ewell, at his line below Cemetery Hill during the Battle of Gettysburg.
  • 1850-1860 era (Mortimer of London) Double Barrel Shot Gun- The COA, which comes with the gun, states that the “weapon is 100% guaranteed to be an absolute original and was carried by an ancestor of the Henry family of Marion County, Tennessee.” COA written by Larry Hicklen of Murfreesboro, TN long-time Dealer in Civil War relics and memorabilia.
  • Revolutionary War Musket- Originally a French Musket (muzzle loader) was converted to Breech Loader Shotgun in the 1870s. Additional information about the history of this type of weapon comes with it. Specifically, an “X with a circle” can be seen carved into the weapon, indicative that the weapon was once in the possession of a member of the “KGC” (Knights of the Golden Circle).

 

                                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Just a few of the items that have
been sold at our auctions!

Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver

1930s Coca-Cola Wood Triangle Sign

1930s Coca-Cola Wood Triangle Sign

1800s Portrait of Tobacco Tycoon Calhoun of St. Louis

1800s Portrait of Tobacco Tycoon Calhoun of St. Louis

Winchester 1873 Rifle lever action caliber 44-40

Winchester 1873 Rifle lever action caliber 44-40

1940s Schwinn Lincoln Bicycle with Locking Handle Bars

1940s Schwinn Lincoln Bicycle with Locking Handle Bars

Vintage Notre Dame Football Pin

Vintage Notre Dame Football Pin

Mid-Century Oil Painting, Listed Spanish Artist Andres Cereza

Mid-Century Oil Painting, Listed Spanish Artist Andres Cereza

Late 1800s Custard Glass

Late 1800s Custard Glass

Native American (Indian) Arrowheads

Native American (Indian) Arrowheads

Late 1800s J.W. Fiske Jacko Lawn Jockey

Late 1800s J.W. Fiske Jacko Lawn Jockey

1930s Coca-Cola Die-Cut Porcelain Sign

1930s Coca-Cola Die-Cut Porcelain Sign

RARE Antique Ice Cream Scoop for Ice Cream Sandwiches

RARE Antique Ice Cream Scoop for Ice Cream Sandwiches

1959 Texaco "Green T" 2-sided Porcelain Sign

1959 Texaco “Green T” 2-sided Porcelain Sign

Original WWII Nazi SS Waffen German Helmet

Original WWII Nazi SS Waffen German Helmet

RARE 1899 Kurz & Allison "Colored Infantry with Teddy Roosevelt at San Juan Hill" Lithograph

RARE 1899 Kurz & Allison “Colored Infantry with Teddy Roosevelt at San Juan Hill” Lithograph

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1840s Jackson Press