of an Asian woman with a peacock. Standing 25in tall by 5in wide, the beautifully carved figure has a red accent stone in its forehead.
The mechanical music category is led by a Farrington player piano with stool and approximately 20 player rolls; and Lot 462, a Victrola record player housed in a four-door cabinet with record slots and a key for locking the top portion. An especially complete and fully operational example, the Victrola comes with spare needles and 31 assorted records. Inside the cabinet is a license dated January 1, 1913.
An important item that crosses the categories of art and pop culture is a signed John Lennon lithograph. It bears an Asian hallmark number 3978/5000.
The auction to liquidate the contents of Mark 1st Antiques will be held online through LiveAuctioneers on Oct. 12-13 and Oct. 19-20. The fully illustrated catalogs for all sessions may be viewed at www.LiveAuctioneers.com.
For questions regarding any item in the auction series, call 954-921-8888 or email email@example.com. Buyers may organize shipment of purchases through UPS stores in Dania, Fla., or shippers of their own choosing. Visit Stampler Auctions website at www.stamplerauctions.com.