Part 3 of the Moulton estate will be sold Sat., April 17th Part 3 of the estate of Carl and Barbara Moulton – comprising the couple’s lovely home at 200 Tara Circle in Chesapeake, Va., plus over 700 lots of antiques and collectibles – will be sold April 17th.
News-Antique.com - Mar 16,2010 - (CHESAPEAKE, Va.) – Part 3 of the estate of Carl and Barbara Moulton – comprising the couple’s lovely home at 200 Tara Circle in Chesapeake, plus over 700 lots of antiques and collectibles – will be sold at the home itself in an on-site auction slated for Saturday, Apr. 17, at 9 a.m. The auction will be conducted by Tom’s Auctions & Appraisals, based in Suffolk, Va.
“I’m not going to say we saved the best for last, because there were some truly outstanding items sold in Parts 1 and 2,” said Tom Perry of Tom’s Auctions & Appraisals, “but when you add the home itself to the mix and still have wall to wall merchandise, it’s hard not to get excited. Folks need to mark their calendars. This will be one sale they don’t want to miss.”
The house, which will come up for bid at 1 p.m., is a 2,800-square-foot structure situated on a large, 0.65 acre corner lot in the Great Bridge area. It has seven rooms – including 3 bedrooms and 2 ½ baths – plus a 2-car garage and a detached garage. Features include antique stained glass windows, beautiful ceilings, leaded glass kitchen cabinets and a stone fireplace.
Bidders will be treated to dolls, toys, Black Memorabilia, pictures and prints, sterling silver, furniture, jewelry and more. “We’re talking about 55 years of collecting,” Mr. Perry pointed out. “Mr. Moulton was an antiques dealer, an auctioneer and a pawn shop owner.”
The merchandise is eclectic, ranging from a rare cast-iron eagle with eaglets mechanical bank to gorgeous Bradley & Hubbard lamps to a group of porcelain piano babies (marked and numbered) to an original Civil War-era print titled Our Heroes to an outstanding walnut cylinder roll secretary. “There really is something for just about everybody,” Mr. Perry remarked.
Furniture will include a Beautiful Hinkle Harris dining room set table with six chairs, an exceptional burl mahogany sideboard, marble-top washstand, a drop-leaf end table, an oval walnut table, an inlaid tilt-top tea table, matching pairs of Victorian chairs, a marble-top coffee table, a marble-top hall tree, two oak curved glass curio cabinets, an oak center post kitchen table with leaf and four arrow-back chairs, an oak child’s rocker, a Victorian stool, an antique Chippendale-style mirror and a cherry twin bed.
Decorative accessories will feature a cast-iron Scottie dog doorstop, a trunk made by the Norfolk Trunk Co., a signed Lalique figural piece, some nice rugs (area and Oriental), signed paperweights, glassware, Roseville, steins, ivory pieces, canning jars, stoneware clocks, vintage telephones (stick and wall), a Grey Telephone Co. 1909 pay phone, a pitcher and bowl and a panel glass lamp.
Coca-Cola collectors will have a field day. The list of Coke items includes buttons (to include one featuring Santa Claus), thermometers (one dated 1939), fishtail advertising signs and other advertising signs, a “Coke Is It” clock and a “Drink Coca-Cola” sign. Also offered will be Pepsi-Cola advertising items, Royal Crown advertising items and Dr. Pepper advertising items.