Mosby & Co. to launch with sale of toys, sideshow banners, monster kits, Handel lamps, bronzes Mosby & Co.’s auction debut closing on May 15 features toys, sideshow banners, art-glass lamps, Western bronzes, plus Aurora monster model kits and other monster collectibles.
was actually a working cowboy back in the 1920s and ’30s, and was a self-taught artist. His pieces don’t come to auction very often,” said Spurgeon. Each of the Polk bronzes depicts a cowboy or horse theme and is executed to a very high standard.
Mosby & Co.’s debut auction welcomes mail, phone, absentee and online bids through the www.mosbyauctions.com Web site. Bidding opens on May 5, 2009 and will close at 10 p.m. on May 15, with extended bidding in 10-minute increments until bidding ceases.
For information on any lot or to learn more about bidding in this sale, call Keith Spurgeon at 781-771-3998 or email email@example.com. View the auction lots online at www.mosbyauctions.com.
CAPTION FOR IMAGE AT TOP: Large 9-inch celluloid Betty Boop with original fur stole. Extremely rare and possibly the only known example of its size and type.