Rare Ki-Co Toy Motorcyle Brings $5,060 at 4 Seasons A rare wind-up toy motorcycle made by the German firm Ki-Co around 1910 sold for $5,060 at an estate sale held July 29 by Four Seasons Auction Gallery in Atlanta. The penny toy was in pristine cond'n.
Three grandfather clocks (two English, one Scottish, all three 1820-1860) rang out at $2,200 each. And five Ansonia china case clocks (Royal Bonn, Germany, 1880-1900) sold for prices ranging from $440 to $1,320.
A pair of Majolica Jardinaires went for $1,540, while a Roseville Jardinaire garnered $467.50. And a handpainted fish plate set (Vienna, Austria, 1880-1900), with bone dishes (to include sauce boat and platter) found a new home for $1,100.
Next up for Four Seasons Auction Gallery is a pair of important on-site sales, scheduled for August 26-27. The Aug. 26 sale will see the contents of an Egyptian import store in Watkinsville, Ga., liquidated. The Aug. 27 sale will comprise the contents of an antiques and fine arts store in Atlanta’s fashionable Buckhead district. Included in the sale will be investment-quality Oriental rugs, some expected to sell for $30,000-$60,000.
Four Seasons Auction Gallery is one of the premier auction galleries in north Georgia. Steve White is constantly on the hunt for quality consignments. He’ll spend over $1 million in the next 90 days to buy single pieces, entire estates and special collections.
For more information, and to learn more about upcoming sale dates, you may long on to www.fsagallery.com. To consign an item, estate or collection, you may call the firm directly at (404) 876-1048. The e-mail address is email@example.com.