HISTORICAL ON-SITE AUCTION CONTENTS AND REAL ESTATE Saturday, July 14 th 10 AM (Preview 9 AM) 59 E Main St., Washingtonville, NY

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1 HISTORICAL ON-SITE AUCTION CONTENTS AND REAL ESTATE Saturday, July 14 th 10 AM (Preview 9 AM) 59 E Main St., Washingtonville, NY DIRECTIONS: 7 Miles from Newburgh, NY; 9 miles North of Chester on Route 94. From NY 17 exit 126 at Chester/Florida, left on NY 94, left on Main St. (NY 94) approximately 8 miles. Watch for auction signs. PARKING: Limited on-site parking is available for early attendees. Arrangements have been made for additional parking at the Brotherhood Winery, two blocks away. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: We are selling the home and contents for the Estate of Joan D. and Edward J. McLaughlin III. Everything, except the real estate, is being sold without reserve. 10% Buyer's Premium. The Jaques and McLaughlin Families are historically important in Orange County New York. John Jaques Sr. ( ) operated a boot factory from 1818 to 1837 (we are selling his trade sign, circa 1830). In 1835 he planted his first vineyard and produced his first wine in In 1859 he gave his business over to his two sons and the Jaques brothers continued the operation of the winery through Now known as the Brotherhood Winery, it is the oldest winery in the United States. Devoted to making sacramental and medicinal spirits, they continued operation even during prohibition. We have two of their reverse painted on glass signs, circa John Jaques' Sr. daughter Sarah married Nathan McLaughlin and their son Edward J. McLaughlin I opened a General Store in Washingtonville in 1879 (we are selling his original cash register with his brass name plate embossed across the front). Edward McLaughlin II married Helen Burnett whose grandfather was the last American Revolutionary War officer and Society of Cincinnati original member. Many of the items from the Jacques and McLaughlin families remain intact and were passed on to Joan and Edward McLaughlin III. PARTIAL LISTING FOLLOWS THIS WILL BE A LONG SALE. FURNITURE INCLUDING: Cherry: Cupboard with Tiger Maple Butler's Desk Drawers; Sheraton Country Chest; Two 1-Drawer Stands; Tilt Top Candle Stand; Drop Leaf 1-Drawer Stand. Mahogany: Empire Chest with Carved Columns and Paw Feet; Plantation Desk with Till Drawer; Victorian Chest with Serpentine Front and White Marble Top and Matching Wash Stand; Mission Style China Closet; Music Cabinet with Paw Feet; 2- Drawer Stand; Poster Bed; Empire Sofa, Sheraton Pembroke Table; Set of 4 Urn Back Chairs; Walnut Sheraton Tilt Top Table with Rope Columns; White Marble Top Stand; Eastlake Table with White Marble Top; 1-Drawer Stand with Drop Leafs; Swing Leg Drop Leaf Table. Pine: Sarah Jaques Desk; 7 Early Blanket Chests; Wash Stands; 12-Drawer Print Chest; Many Chairs and Rockers. CLOCKS: Mahogany Federal Tall Case Clock, circa 1810; Banjo with Carved Wooden Feathers for Arms, Circa 1820; Bishop & Bradley Pillar & Scroll. ACCESSORIES: Pewter Flagon by Boardman; 2 Double Wheel Coffee Grinders; National Cash Register 1894 with E. J. McLaughlin cast on front; 4 Canes, 2 Are Engraved Gold Tops; 3 Strings of Sleigh Bells, one is Acorn Shape; Chippendale Andirons; 2 Early Wooden Telephones; Over Fifty Vintage Frames; Fountain Pens; Cast Iron Urn and Hitching Post; Ice Skates; 2 Decks of playing cards Piolet No. 5; Recruits No. 76; Bone Peek-a- Boo Fan; Baskets: 19 th Century Baskets, Several including Indian Coil Basket; Ivory Note Pad; Oak Bentwood Easel; 2 Two-Wheel Coffee Grinders; 3 Spool Cabinets including Landers, Frary & Clark 4-Drawer Spool Cabinet; Wrought Iron Spike Candle Holder; Iron Wall Mount Holder for Oil Lamp; 5 Sad Irons; 4 Charcoal Irons: 3 Gilchrist Ice Cream Scoops; Brass Milk Scales; Oak Pedestal; Slag Glass Table Lamp; 1939 World's Fair Cigarette Case; Chamber Sticks and Candle Sticks; 8-Mold Tin Candle Mold; Indian Arrow Heads. STONEWARE: 14 Pieces of Decorated Stoneware with birds, Flowers and 1½ Gallon Crock by I. V. Machett with incised poem, dated 1857; Bellarmine 3 Gallon Jug; 12 Signed Beer Bottles. MILITARY & GUNS: Framed George Washington Flag/Banner; Percussion Fowler with Carved Stock; 2 Early Smith & Wesson Pistols; Percussion Shotgun; 1820 Militia Sword, Leather Scabbard is broken; 1750 Spanish Colonial Sword; 1830 Belt & Buckle with Eagle; Assortment of Buttons, Buckles and Eagles; Cartridge Box; Civil War Books; 4 Civil War Letters.

2 ADVERTISING & WINE MEMORABILIA: J. Jaques [Boot Maker] Sign, Circa 1830; E. J. McLaughlin Store Sign; 2 Reverse Painted on Glass Signs for Jaques Bothers Winery, Circa 1880; Several Signs for Jaques Brothers and Brotherhood Wineries; Pillsbury Flour Sign; Early Wine Labels; Newburgh Store Coffee Tin; Books; 19 th Century Winery Records and Recipes. RAILROAD ITEMS: Washingtonville Sign; Stone Mile Marker from Erie RR; Dietz Wall Mounted Street Light off Eire RR Station; Over 100 Locks, Keys and Buttons from many Railroads; Transfer and Railway Tickets; O&W Paperwork; Books on Railroads; 15 Pieces of Telegraph Equipment; Time Tables; Postcards and Photographs; Santa Fe Conductor's Badge. TOYS & DOLLS: 2 Tuck-Comb Dolls, circa 1830; 2 Armand Marseille Dolls; Large Set of Palmer Cox Brownies Ten Pins; 2 Dancing Sand Toys; 2 Game Boards. LAMPS: Ripley Finger Lamp with Brass Handle; 2 Japanned Miner's Lamps, Patented Jan. 24, 1865; Hanging Kitchen Lamp and many other Oil Lamps. GLASS, CHINA AND POTTERY: Utica 1824 Erie Canal Historical Blue Jug; 30 Other Pieces of Flow Blue including Pair of Tonquin Tureens; Scinde Plate; Platters, etc.; Weller Lamp, No. 240; 75 th Anniversary Van Briggle Pottery 297/500; Several Pieces of Cut Glass; RS Prussia Tea Set, Creamer & Sugar; Pink Luster Tea Set; Pearl and Queens Ware; 6 Cranberry Lemonade Glasses with Handles; 3 Piece Bristol Set; Over 80 Pieces Rosalinde China by Theodore Haviland. CLOTHING AND FABRIC: 9 Quilts; Coverlet, signed Sophia Moffit Dec. 14, 1822 attributed to the Workshop of James Alexander, Orange County, NY; 5 Braded Rugs, including 2 Room Size, made by Middletown State Hospital; Pair of Children's Boots, circa 1830; Vintage Linens; Trunk Full of 19 th Century Clothes; Bonnets; Waistcoat; Top Hats, 3 Parasols. SILVER: Over 20 Lots of Coin and Sterling, including sets; 19 th Century Silver Plate including Water Cooler in Esthetic Pattern; Pickle Castors; 3 Coin Silver Jack Knives. BOOKS: Small Library of interesting books, list available upon request. FINE ARTS: 2 Hudson Valley School Oils by S. Wandel and H. Connolly Watercolor; Endicott Lithograph of Jaques Winery; Currier & Ives Prints; Etchings and Collection of Art by Edward J. McLaughlin. TERMS: 10% Buyer s Premium. All items sold "as is", no refunds, no returns. Positive ID (driver s license preferred) to bid, unless known to us. If paying by any other method than cash or assured payment, items may be held until payment clears our bank. Sales tax will be charged unless Tax Exempt number provided. TENTS IF NEEDED BRING YOUR OWN CHAIR & BOXES FOOD CATERED BY THE MONELL FIRE COMPANY AUXILIARY REAL ESTATE AUCTION CONDUCTED BY CONNELLY REALTY TO BE SOLD AT 12 NOON 4 Bedroom 1840 House on 3.1 Acres

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