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Wallace Nutting prints
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Wallace Nutting signature
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Wallace Nutting prints
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Wallace Nutting prints
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Sterling lot
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Oriental foo dogs and box
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Copper kettles
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Radio
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Tole decorated trays
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Amethyst wine tasting set
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Jewelry box
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Unusual box with horse motif
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Wallace Nutting prints
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Wallace Nutting prints
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Wallace Nutting prints
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Framed mold
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Audubons
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Doll House
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Doll House
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Miscellaneous
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Wine coasters
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Curio cabinet
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Hand made pine open top corner cupboard
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Pine lift top chest
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Mahogany sidebooard with brass gallery
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Oriental tilt top table
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Glass top metal table
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Office chairs
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Needlepoint pattern rug
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Rug
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Small captain's desk
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Child's cradle and stool
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Settee
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Settee with lift top
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Mahogany kneehole desk
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Lamps
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Brass coal bucket and trivet
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Stoneware
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Handmade stools
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Victorian marble top tables
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Marble top table
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End tables and paintings
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Provincial dresser with mirror
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Dresser with mirror
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Mahogany chest with mirror
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Paintings
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Chippendale style mirror
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Oak cupboard top
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Pair of mahogany twin beds
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Mahogany inlaid table with 2 leaves
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Oriental style carpet
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Grandfather clock
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Seth Thomas label
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Hat pole
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Painted console table
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Bamboo shelf and Wicker table
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Chippendale style block front chest
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Mahogany 1/2 commodes
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Primitive dry sink
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Glass top table on metal base
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Folding chairs
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Stool and stand
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1 drawer stand
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Pair of 2 drawer end tables
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Walnut slant front secretary, (open)
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Walnut slant front secretary
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Assortment of chairs
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Assortment of chairs
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Mahogany 2 drawer console table
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Copper boiler
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Statue and jelly bucket
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Lamps
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Lamps
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Stool and lamp
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Pottery
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Basket
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Cookware
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Cookware
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Collectibles
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Marble top table and modern table
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Modern dreser base
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Pine one door cabinet
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Marble top table
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Teakwood folding screen
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Teakwood folding screen
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Glass top modern table
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Marble top table
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Handmade rugs
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Small scenic rug
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Rug
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Handmade rug
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Handmade rugs
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Brass FCC hygrometer thermometer
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Assortment of watches
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Paperweights
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Royal Doulton Toby
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British metal model soldiers
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Carnival and Fenton
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U.S Air Force model
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Handmade rug
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Wool blankets
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Handmade rug
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Pair of wood and iron yard or gazebo benches
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3 metal painted yard chairs
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Front table
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Front table
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Overall shot
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Overall shot
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Overall shot

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Date & Time: THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019 9:30 A.M.
Location: LANGSTON AUCTION GALLERY
(Bobby Langston Antiques, Inc.)
2620 US Hwy 301 South
Wilson, NC 27893
Highlights: Selling merchandise from a Rocky Mount, NC estate (living); a Washington, NC Estate (living); a Virginia Beach, VA Estate (living); plus merchandise from several partial estates and consignments.

Notes:
Preview: Monday, May 20th - Wednesday, May 22th, 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.

NCAFL #7726
Bobby R. Langston, NCAL #1573
Joseph A. Hutcheson, NCAL #9373

Terms:
1. EVERY LOT IS SOLD AS IS and ALL SALES ARE FINAL. We, Langston Auction Gallery, do not guarantee dates, signatures, origin, condition, or authenticity. The bidder is solely responsible for determining age, condition, origin, authenticity, and value of the item before bidding. Langston’s will attempt to describe every lot correctly and point out any defects, but neither Langston’s, nor the consignor, will be responsible for any errors in the description or estimated value. We recommend prospective bidders examine all items of interest. By placing a bid via phone, Internet, or in person you signify that you have examined the items as fully as you desire or that you have chosen not to examine them. Any condition statement given by Langston Auction Gallery is strictly an opinion and Langston's shall have no responsibility for errors or omissions.
2. By registering for this sale and bidding on any item, all bidders are entering into a contract and agree to abide by and accept these terms of sale.
3. All announcements made during the auction take precedence over any printed material.
4. Internet, telephone, and absentee bids are executed as a courtesy of Bobby Langston Antiques, Inc. and Bobby Langston Antiques, Inc. will not be responsible for any losses resulting from unexecuted bids.
5. Items stated by the auctioneer to be sold “each” will remain “each” and will be charged accordingly. On items sold each, the final bid price is multiplied times the amount of pieces. Example – a set of six chairs (each), the final bid price is $100.00 each X 6.
6. There will be a 15% Buyer’s Premium (2% Buyer’s Premium Discount – cash or check) in house and a 20% Buyer’s Premium on all internet and telephone bids.
7. If the auctioneer calls your bid number by mistake, you must bring it to his attention at that time; otherwise, you are the owners of said merchandise.
8. On the close of the sale of an item, title to the property immediately transfers to the successful bidder, who, in turn becomes the buyer of the property. The buyer assumes full risk and responsibility for the purchased property, including all costs and expenses of handling, shipping, insurance, and export, and is liable for the full purchase price plus the buyer’s premium and applicable taxes. NC sales tax of 6.75% will be added to the total purchase price unless bidder qualifies for exemption by submitting a sales tax exemption form (Form E-595E) with Langston Auction Gallery.
9. All accounts must be settled at the end of the auction – cash, personal and company checks (with proper identification), MasterCard, Visa, and Discover.
10. Removal of merchandise is the responsibility of the buyer. Merchandise must be removed within one week or will be re-sold at the buyer’s expense.
11. All packing and handling of purchased merchandise by Bobby Langston Antiques, Inc. staff is solely a service to the buyer and will be undertaken at the buyer’s risk.
12. No talking during the auction. We have people here interested in buying merchandise and are unable to concentrate due to noise.
13. No smoking in building. You must go outside.

Directions: From the North:
Take I-95 South
Take the US-264 exit East, exit number 119, towards WILSON/GREENVILLE.
Take Exit 43A onto US-301 North
We are located approximately 1.3 miles on the left
From the South:
Take I-95 North
Take the Kenly exit, exit number 107, onto US-301 North
Stay straight on US-301 North approximately 18 miles
After crossing US-264, we are located 1.3 miles on the left
From the East:
Take US-264 West
Take Exit 43A onto US-301 North
We are located approximately 1.3 miles on the left.
From the West:
Take 64 East
Take 264 East at the split (approximately 25 miles)
Take Exit 43A onto US-301 North
We are located approximately 1.3 miles on the left.

Contact: Bobby Langston Antiques, Inc.
PO Box 7024
Wilson NC 27895
Phone: 252-237-8224
Fax: 252-237-7425
Email Web-page
Copyright © 2006, Bobby Langston Antiques, Inc.