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(SCIENCE) Thomas Edison & Charles Proteus Steinmetz.

Lot 109: (SCIENCE) Thomas Edison & Charles Proteus Steinmetz.

by Swann Auction Galleries

April 17, 2014, 1:30 PM EST

New York, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $450

Description: (SCIENCE) Thomas Edison & Charles Proteus Steinmetz. Silver print, 6 1/2x8 3/8 inches (16.5x21.3 cm.). Circa 1920s

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Rare Restored Early Buddy L Fire Pumper

Lot 70: Rare Restored Early Buddy L Fire Pumper

by Ellis Auction Company

April 17, 2014, 9:00 PM EST

Archdale, NC, USA

Description: Rare Restored Early Buddy L Fire Pumper- large 36" in restored condition, rare vehicle, see photos for detail.

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2014 10 Euro The Sower - The Denier of Charles the Bald - L29283

Lot 183129283: 2014 10 Euro The Sower - The Denier of Charles the Bald - L29283

by 3 Kings Auction

April 18, 2014, 10:30 AM PST

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $350

Description: 2014 10 Euro The Sower - The Denier of Charles the Bald **|**|**

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Charles Hoffbauer (1857-1957): Cathedral Interior

Lot 105: Charles Hoffbauer (1857-1957): Cathedral Interior

by Stair Galleries

April 18, 2014, 6:00 PM EST

Hudson, NY, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $500

Description: Charles Hoffbauer (1857-1957): Cathedral Interior Pencil and ink wash on paper, signed in pencil, 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 in. (sheet), 24 x 18 in. (frame); and Head of a Horse, pencil on brown paper, with artist's inkstamp, 4 3/8 x 5 3/4 in. (sheet), 23 1/4 x 17 1/4 in. (frame).

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Rural Text Book Series -

Lot 148: Rural Text Book Series - "Forage Plants and their Culture", by Charles V. Piper, copyright 1919, fair condition

by All American Auction

April 18, 2014, 5:00 PM CST

Rosebud, TX, USA

Description: Rural Text Book Series - "Forage Plants and their Culture", by Charles V. Piper, copyright 1919, fair condition

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1903S US Philippinnes Peso COUNTERFEIT RARE

Lot 1575: 1903S US Philippinnes Peso COUNTERFEIT RARE

by Western Asset Reserve

April 19, 2014, 3:00 AM EST

Henderson, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $60 - $120

Description: Rare contraband piece

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CHARLES BRAGG CUSTOMS HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

Lot 7T: CHARLES BRAGG CUSTOMS HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $840 - $1,480

Description: This Is A Charles Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Etching Titled "customs". Medium: Black & White Etching On Arches [pencil Hand Signed By Charles Bragg And Numbered In Pencil] Edition Number: 213/300. Paper Size: 31" X 9.5". Image Size: 18" X 6". Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES BRAGG THE STEINEM COURT HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

Lot 20T: CHARLES BRAGG THE STEINEM COURT HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $960 - $1,680

Description: This Is A Charles Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Etching Titled "the Steinem Court". Medium: Black & White Etching On Arches [pencil Hand Signed By Charles Bragg And Numbered In Pencil] Edition Number: 133/300. Paper Size: 28" X 16". Image Size: 22" X 12". Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES BRAGG VANITY HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

Lot 122T: CHARLES BRAGG VANITY HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $880 - $1,540

Description: This Is A Charles Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Etching Titled "vanity". Medium: Color Aquatint Etching On Arches [pencil Hand Signed By Charles Bragg And Numbered In Pencil] Edition Number: 254/300. Paper Size: 12" X 14". Image Size: 6" X 9". Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES LEE WAITING FOR A FRIEND HAND SIGNED SERIGRAPH

Lot 175T: CHARLES LEE WAITING FOR A FRIEND HAND SIGNED SERIGRAPH

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $530 - $930

Description: This Is A Charles Lee Hand Signed Original Serigraph Titled "waiting For A Friend". Beautiful Art Piece On Extra Thick Arches Paper. Gorgeous Bright Rich Colors! Measures: 14" X 14". This Piece Was Hand Signed By Charles Lee As Fabrice, Which Was The Name That Charles Lee Originally Used When Signing His Art. This Is An Artist Proof Edition And Is Marked Ap By The Artist. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES BRAGG DAY TRADERS HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

Lot 494T: CHARLES BRAGG DAY TRADERS HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $720 - $1,260

Description: This Is A Charles Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Etching Titled "day Traders". Medium: Black & White Etching On Arches [pencil Hand Signed By Charles Bragg And Numbered In Pencil] Edition Size: 300. Paper Size: 11" X 15". Image Size: 6" X 9" Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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Heading Down by Norm Clasen

Lot 509S: Heading Down by Norm Clasen

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $850 - $1,080

Description: Heading Down by Norm Clasen - Edition Size: 25 - Giclee on Paper - Artist Proof Dimensions: 24 x 16 Release Date: 10-2008 ???.It?s said that one picture is worth a thousand words?.this is an apt description for every image shot by famed photographer Norm Clasen. As a free-lance photographer, Clasen has traveled the globe recording man, nature, and the world around us. With a very successful career spanning four decades, the photographer-artist is passionate about his work. Clasen?s images have been featured in numerous magazines in this country, as well as in European publications. One the most exciting periods in his career was being chosen as a photographer for the world-famous "Marlboro Man? advertising campaign for twelve years, considered to be one of the most recognizable images of all time. As a result of Clasen working with many ranchers and becoming friends with them while shooting the Marlboro images, the artist began his love affair with the iconic West. The artist?s interests began focusing on the magnificent horses that roam the ranches and plains. Marveling at their sheer power, grace, and beauty, Clasen attempts to capture the magic of the animals when in full flight as the dust swirls around them and their manes float through the air. Few landscapes are too challenging for Clasen ? filming in dust, rain or snow and pushing light to its limit have resulted in this photographer-artist creating some of his most memorable and dramatic images. Clasen?s work usually reflects natural elements as the main focus using 35mm equipment in either film or digital formats. In some cases, he enhances the photographs to create an artistic aura, taking on a painting-like feeling, but maintaining their photographic quality. Always striving to reflect the timeless nature of the West, Clasen produces photographs that are at-once classic, but created with modern technology, and yet evoking softer, grainy images that appear to echo from the past. Clasen refers to this aspect of his work as "artography? and believes it is a new and evolving genre for the art market. Norm and his wife, Laura, reside on a ranch in Colorado with horses and Max the Wonderdog. With a magnificent landscape to call home, the photographer and his wife are forever grateful to be surrounded with the ever-changing beauty of nature. Join Norm Clasen as he records a world that never disappoints and offers a new vista at every turn.

Condition Report: New-Mint

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CHARLES BRAGG MOUNT RUSHMORE HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

Lot 564T: CHARLES BRAGG MOUNT RUSHMORE HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $800 - $1,400

Description: This Is A Charles Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Etching Titled "mount Rushmore". Medium: Black & White Etching On Arches [pencil Hand Signed By Charles Bragg And Numbered In Pencil] Edition Number: 276/300. Paper Size: 12" X 14.5". Image Size: 8.5" X 12". Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES BRAGG

Lot 569T: CHARLES BRAGG "SEQUESTERED JURY" HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $860 - $1,520

Description: This Is A Rare Charles Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Etching Titled "sequestered Jury". Medium: Black & White Etching On Arches. Pencil Hand Signed By Charles Bragg And Numbered In Pencil. Edition Number: H.c. Paper Size: 13" X 10". Image Size: 12" X 9" Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES BRAGG

Lot 599T: CHARLES BRAGG "THE TROPHY" HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $660 - $1,160

Description: This Is A Charles Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Etching Titled "the Trophy". Medium: Black & White Etching On Arches [pencil Hand Signed By Charles Bragg And Numbered In Pencil] Edition Number: 77/300. Paper Size: 14" X 11". Image Size: 9" X 6" Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES LYNN BRAGG SUNSET CONGREGATION HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. GICLEE

Lot 627T: CHARLES LYNN BRAGG SUNSET CONGREGATION HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. GICLEE

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $580 - $1,020

Description: This Is A Charles Lynn Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Giclee Titled "sunset Congregation". Medium: Giclee On Canvas Hand Signed And Numbered By Bragg. This Is A Rare Artist Proof Edition. Image Size: 32" X 15 1/4". Canvas Size: 34" X 17 3/4". Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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Heading Down by Norm Clasen

Lot 704S: Heading Down by Norm Clasen

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $1,960 - $2,450

Description: Heading Down by Norm Clasen - Edition Size: 75 - Giclee on Canvas - Grande Edition Dimensions: 45 x 30 Release Date: 10-2008 ???.It?s said that one picture is worth a thousand words?.this is an apt description for every image shot by famed photographer Norm Clasen. As a free-lance photographer, Clasen has traveled the globe recording man, nature, and the world around us. With a very successful career spanning four decades, the photographer-artist is passionate about his work. Clasen?s images have been featured in numerous magazines in this country, as well as in European publications. One the most exciting periods in his career was being chosen as a photographer for the world-famous "Marlboro Man? advertising campaign for twelve years, considered to be one of the most recognizable images of all time. As a result of Clasen working with many ranchers and becoming friends with them while shooting the Marlboro images, the artist began his love affair with the iconic West. The artist?s interests began focusing on the magnificent horses that roam the ranches and plains. Marveling at their sheer power, grace, and beauty, Clasen attempts to capture the magic of the animals when in full flight as the dust swirls around them and their manes float through the air. Few landscapes are too challenging for Clasen ? filming in dust, rain or snow and pushing light to its limit have resulted in this photographer-artist creating some of his most memorable and dramatic images. Clasen?s work usually reflects natural elements as the main focus using 35mm equipment in either film or digital formats. In some cases, he enhances the photographs to create an artistic aura, taking on a painting-like feeling, but maintaining their photographic quality. Always striving to reflect the timeless nature of the West, Clasen produces photographs that are at-once classic, but created with modern technology, and yet evoking softer, grainy images that appear to echo from the past. Clasen refers to this aspect of his work as "artography? and believes it is a new and evolving genre for the art market. Norm and his wife, Laura, reside on a ranch in Colorado with horses and Max the Wonderdog. With a magnificent landscape to call home, the photographer and his wife are forever grateful to be surrounded with the ever-changing beauty of nature. Join Norm Clasen as he records a world that never disappoints and offers a new vista at every turn.

Condition Report: New-Mint

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CHARLES BRAGG CENTER RING HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

Lot 760T: CHARLES BRAGG CENTER RING HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $800 - $1,400

Description: This Is A Charles Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Etching Titled "center Ring". Medium: Black & White Etching On Arches [pencil Hand Signed By Charles Bragg And Numbered In Pencil] Edition Number: 62/300. Paper Size: 15" X 12". Image Size: 10" X 8". Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES LEE SERENITY HAND SIGNED SERIGRAPH

Lot 785T: CHARLES LEE SERENITY HAND SIGNED SERIGRAPH

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $530 - $930

Description: This Is A Charles Lee Hand Signed Original Serigraph Titled "serenity". Beautiful Art Piece On Extra Thick Arches Paper. Gorgeous Bright Rich Colors! Measures: 20¾" X 11". This Is An Artist Proof Edition And Is Marked Ap By The Artist. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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Heading For the Sun by Robert Dawson

Lot 921S: Heading For the Sun by Robert Dawson

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $500

Description: Heading For the Sun by Robert Dawson - Edition Size: Open - Giclee on Canvas, Open Edition Dimensions: 24 x 36 Release Date: 3-2012 ???.Robert Dawson's romance with the west started as a young boy growing up in Texas and has taken him to photograph some of the most beautiful and wildest places in America. His talent in working with natural light and composition are sought out by major clients wishing to capture a unique angle of the West that will compliment their advertising campaigns. Dawson is a contributing photographer for Western Horseman, American Cowboy and Farm & Ranch Magazines. Six coffee table books have been published showcasing his work. Dawson's donations of his photographic prints have raised over $15,000.00 for Agriculture in the Classroom and in partnership with Primedia Publishing he has donated over $4,500.00 of his work to Riding for the Children, a benefit for the Linsenhoff UNICEF Foundation. His latest books, Living Western Horsemanship, Personal Narratives by Leading Horseman of the American West, the sales of which will benefit the Future Farmers of America and The Ultimate Level of Horsemanship, Training Through Iinspiration with World Champion trainer Al Dunning can be found in book-stores and on the internet. When not on location he spends most of his time working horses and donating his time and talent to raise money for local riding clubs at his home in Joseph, Oregon.

Condition Report: New-Mint

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CHARLES WYSOCKI - SALTY WITCH BAY

Lot 1132W: CHARLES WYSOCKI - SALTY WITCH BAY

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $2,640 - $3,520

Description: Charles Wysocki - Salty Witch Bay - Museumedition Anniversary Cnv Image Size: 60"w X 24"h. Limited Edition Of: 27 - You Can Get Out Your Map And Look For "salty Witch Bay," But You Won?t Find It. It Existed Only In The Mind Of Charles Wysocki. ?this Particular Painting Was A Supreme Joy For Me To Create,? He Said. ?the Size, The Original Measures 2 Feet By 5 Feet, Was Great Fun To Compose. This Coastal Community Is Typical Of Any That Might Be Found In New England - With A Few Of My Personal Ideas Thrown In. It Is All Fantasy, Including The Name!? Fantastic Indeed! Our Anniversary Edition Is Available In Both A Glorious Museumedition? Canvas At The Size Of The Original (24" X 60") And A Traditional Fine Art Edition Size Of 14" X 36." Take In The Pleasure Of A Warm Summer Day As Shopkeepers Shuttle Their Wares And Cart Men Offer Scrumptious Delights Along The Shores And Byways. Revel In The Elegance And Whimsy Of Seaside Life In A Horse-drawn Era When The Pace Was Slower And People Took The Time To Chat And Catch Up On All The Family And Local News Of "salty Witch Bay."??about The Artist - The Art Of Charles Wysocki Is A Celebration Of The Historical Richness Of The American Past, Taking Its Inspiration From The Pastoral Moods Of The Small Towns Of New England And Rural Pennsylvania. As He Said Of His Work, ?i Hope My Paintings Revive Pleasant Thoughts Of Order And Security, Much Needed In This Fast-paced World.?born In 1928 In Detroit, Charles Wysocki Began Drawing And Painting At A Very Young Age. His Father, Charles Sr., A Polish Immigrant Who Worked On The Assembly Line At Ford Motor Co. For Over 35 Years, Was Not Thrilled About His Son?s Artist Aspirations. Most Of The Encouragement Came From His Mother, Mary. Charles Attended Cass Technical High School And Focused On Its Art Program. For A Time, He Worked As An Apprentice In Detroit Art Studios.after Leaving The Army, Charles Attended Art Center In Los Angeles (now Art Center College Of Design In Pasadena) On The G.i. Bill. After Completing His Studies, And Majoring In Design And Advertising Illustration, Charles Joined The Staff Of Freelance Artists At Mcnamera Brothers In Detroit In 1955. Missing The West Coast, Charles Moved Back To Los Angeles In 1959 To Form An Advertising Agency With Three Other Artists Called ?group West? Doing Freelance Commercial Artwork. Clients Included General Tire, Unocal, Carnation, Chrysler, United California Bank, Otis Elevator Company And Dow Chemical Co. During This Time He Won Numerous Awards For His Illustrative Talents. Charles Met His Future Wife, Elizabeth, A Recent Graduate Of Ucla With A Degree In Art, At An Ad Agency In Los Angeles. Elizabeth?s Family Was One Of The First To Settle In The San Fernando Valley. Charles Was Enamored By The Simplicity Of This Farm Life And Wholesome Values; This Was A Major Turning Point And The Influence That Started His Primitive Style. In 1960, The Wysockis Made Their First Trip To New England And Fell In Love With The Northeast Which Was To Become His Primary Source Of Inspiration.during His Free Time In The Early 1960s, He Worked On His Americana/primitive Paintings. After A One-man Show At Which He Sold Every Painting In This Style, He Decided To Leave Commercial Art For Good And Focus On His Americana Art. He Also Published Greeting Cards Through Duncan Macintosh And Posters Through The Bernard Picture Company. During This Time, The Wysocki?s Had Three Children And Moved From Los Angeles To Lake Arrowhead, Ca.wysocki?s Appreciation Of America Started Early. ?i Love This Country So Much, ?he Said. ?i Spent My Childhood On The West Side Of Detroit, In The Polish Enclave. In Our Neighborhood, People Still Talked About The Oppression They Had Suffered In The Old World. The Freedom In America Amazed Them.? Wysocki?s Work Was Infused With This Freedom And, Through The Joys And Heartaches Of His Images, He Shared The Better Life His Family Had Found.?in My Paintings, I Want To Hit Every Emotion I Can ? From The Sublime To The Silly,? Charles Wysocki Said. He Was Remarkably Successful In His Endeavors, As A Legion Of Fans And Art Collectors Can Attest. The Love Of Life, With All Its Wit And Wisdom, Poetry And Emotion, Sights And Sensations, Is Captured In His Work. ?there Is A Simple Message In My Work,? Wysocki Said, ?and It Is Love.?in 1972, Wysocki Started His Relationship With Amcal. Together They Produced The First Americana Calendar, Which Has Been Published Annually Ever Since. In 1979, Charles Published His First Limited Edition Print, Fox Run, With The , Inc., With Whom He Published More Than 70 Limited Edition Prints, Two Books And The Collectible, Americana Bowl Between 1979-1993. His First Two Books, An American Celebration (1985) And Heartland (1993).were Created By The And Published By Workman Publishing. His Two Small Gift Books Blessings By The Sea, And My Purrfect Friend, Were Later Published By Harvest House. Wysocki Made Personal Appearances At Galleries All Over The United States. He Was Published By Hadley House For Some Years Until He Self-published Under The Management Of His Son, Matthew.he Won Many Awards For His Work Including The One He Was Most Proud Of, The Medal Of Honor From The National Society Daughters Of The American Revolution, The Society?s Highest National Honor. He Also Appeared In People Magazine July 7, 1986 And Was Invited To The White House Independence Day Celebration In 1981 For Which He Did A Painting.charles Painted Until His Death On July 29, 2002 At The Age Of 73. It Was His 42nd Wedding Anniversary. He Is Missed By His Many Fans, But The Pleasure And Joy His Artwork Inspires Lives On. He Is Survived By His Wife, Elizabeth, His Three Children, David, Millie, Matt And His Two Grandchildren Emily And Jackson.

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES BRAGG INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER HAND SIGNED COLOR SERIGRAPH

Lot 1265T: CHARLES BRAGG INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER HAND SIGNED COLOR SERIGRAPH

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $1,060 - $1,860

Description: This Is A Charles Bragg Limited Edition Colored Serigraph Titled "international Harvester". Medium: Serigraph On Thick Arches Paper. Pencil Hand Signed And Numbered By Charles Bragg Himself. This Piece Is Numbered 300/300. Paper Size: 30" X 23". Image Size: 24" X 18". In Excellent Condition, Exactly As Pictured. Has Some Slight Creases On White Border But Image Itself Is In Mint Condition. Comes Unframed. Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES BRAGG AMADEUS HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

Lot 1369T: CHARLES BRAGG AMADEUS HAND SIGNED LIMITED ED. ETCHING

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $880 - $1,540

Description: This Is A Charles Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Etching Titled "amadeus". Medium: Black & White Etching On Arches [pencil Hand Signed By Charles Bragg And Numbered In Pencil] Edition Number: 224/300. Paper Size: 14" X 10". Image Size: 6" X 9". Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES BRAGG LIBERATOR PLATE SIGNED LITHOGRAPH

Lot 1493T: CHARLES BRAGG LIBERATOR PLATE SIGNED LITHOGRAPH

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $180 - $320

Description: This Is A Plate Signed Lithograph Titled "liberator" By Charles Bragg. Medium: Black & White Lithograph On Arches [plate Signature Of Charles Bragg]. Paper Size: 12.5" X 9". Image Size: 8.5" X 6". Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES BRAGG

Lot 1581T: CHARLES BRAGG "DON JUAN" HAND SIGNED LIMITED EDITION ETCHING RARE!

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $880 - $1,540

Description: This Is A Charles Bragg Limited Edition Hand Signed Etching Titled "don Juan". Medium: Black & White Etching On Arches [pencil Hand Signed By Charles Bragg And Numbered In Pencil] This Piece Is Numbered From An Edition Of 300. Paper Size: 11" X 15". Image Size: 8" X 10". Comes With A Certificate Of Authenticity

Condition Report: New-Excellent

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CHARLES WYSOCKI - ROCKLAND BREAKWATER LIGHT

Lot 1671W: CHARLES WYSOCKI - ROCKLAND BREAKWATER LIGHT

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $540 - $720

Description: Charles Wysocki - Rockland Breakwater Light - Hand Signed Image Size: 19"w X 16"h. Limited Edition Of: 52 - The First In Charles Wysocki?s Sentinels Of The Sea Series, This Painting Was Inspired By The Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse In Maine. Charles Liked To Tell Stories In His Paintings And Along The New England Seacoast He Found Them Everywhere, From Whaling Museums To Captain?s Houses To 19th Century Light-houses. A Member Of The U.s. Lighthouse Society, Charles Loved To Paint Both Real And Imagined New England Lighthouses. "they Are Unique Expressions Of Human Creativity," Said The Artist. ?physically, They Represent Triumphant Solutions To Complex Engineering Problems. Emotionally, They Conjure Peril, Rescue And Poetry." Start Your Sentinels Of The Sea Lighthouse Collection With "rockland Breakwater Light" Where Warmth Glows From Every Window And A Palpable Sense Of Adventure Is In The Air As You Leave Your Onshore Worries Behind Knowing That This Grand Dame Will Watch Over You.??about The Artist - The Art Of Charles Wysocki Is A Celebration Of The Historical Richness Of The American Past, Taking Its Inspiration From The Pastoral Moods Of The Small Towns Of New England And Rural Pennsylvania. As He Said Of His Work, ?i Hope My Paintings Revive Pleasant Thoughts Of Order And Security, Much Needed In This Fast-paced World.?born In 1928 In Detroit, Charles Wysocki Began Drawing And Painting At A Very Young Age. His Father, Charles Sr., A Polish Immigrant Who Worked On The Assembly Line At Ford Motor Co. For Over 35 Years, Was Not Thrilled About His Son?s Artist Aspirations. Most Of The Encouragement Came From His Mother, Mary. Charles Attended Cass Technical High School And Focused On Its Art Program. For A Time, He Worked As An Apprentice In Detroit Art Studios.after Leaving The Army, Charles Attended Art Center In Los Angeles (now Art Center College Of Design In Pasadena) On The G.i. Bill. After Completing His Studies, And Majoring In Design And Advertising Illustration, Charles Joined The Staff Of Freelance Artists At Mcnamera Brothers In Detroit In 1955. Missing The West Coast, Charles Moved Back To Los Angeles In 1959 To Form An Advertising Agency With Three Other Artists Called ?group West? Doing Freelance Commercial Artwork. Clients Included General Tire, Unocal, Carnation, Chrysler, United California Bank, Otis Elevator Company And Dow Chemical Co. During This Time He Won Numerous Awards For His Illustrative Talents. Charles Met His Future Wife, Elizabeth, A Recent Graduate Of Ucla With A Degree In Art, At An Ad Agency In Los Angeles. Elizabeth?s Family Was One Of The First To Settle In The San Fernando Valley. Charles Was Enamored By The Simplicity Of This Farm Life And Wholesome Values; This Was A Major Turning Point And The Influence That Started His Primitive Style. In 1960, The Wysockis Made Their First Trip To New England And Fell In Love With The Northeast Which Was To Become His Primary Source Of Inspiration.during His Free Time In The Early 1960s, He Worked On His Americana/primitive Paintings. After A One-man Show At Which He Sold Every Painting In This Style, He Decided To Leave Commercial Art For Good And Focus On His Americana Art. He Also Published Greeting Cards Through Duncan Macintosh And Posters Through The Bernard Picture Company. During This Time, The Wysocki?s Had Three Children And Moved From Los Angeles To Lake Arrowhead, Ca.wysocki?s Appreciation Of America Started Early. ?i Love This Country So Much, ?he Said. ?i Spent My Childhood On The West Side Of Detroit, In The Polish Enclave. In Our Neighborhood, People Still Talked About The Oppression They Had Suffered In The Old World. The Freedom In America Amazed Them.? Wysocki?s Work Was Infused With This Freedom And, Through The Joys And Heartaches Of His Images, He Shared The Better Life His Family Had Found.?in My Paintings, I Want To Hit Every Emotion I Can ? From The Sublime To The Silly,? Charles Wysocki Said. He Was Remarkably Successful In His Endeavors, As A Legion Of Fans And Art Collectors Can Attest. The Love Of Life, With All Its Wit And Wisdom, Poetry And Emotion, Sights And Sensations, Is Captured In His Work. ?there Is A Simple Message In My Work,? Wysocki Said, ?and It Is Love.?in 1972, Wysocki Started His Relationship With Amcal. Together They Produced The First Americana Calendar, Which Has Been Published Annually Ever Since. In 1979, Charles Published His First Limited Edition Print, Fox Run, With The , Inc., With Whom He Published More Than 70 Limited Edition Prints, Two Books And The Collectible, Americana Bowl Between 1979-1993. His First Two Books, An American Celebration (1985) And Heartland (1993).were Created By The And Published By Workman Publishing. His Two Small Gift Books Blessings By The Sea, And My Purrfect Friend, Were Later Published By Harvest House. Wysocki Made Personal Appearances At Galleries All Over The United States. He Was Published By Hadley House For Some Years Until He Self-published Under The Management Of His Son, Matthew.he Won Many Awards For His Work Including The One He Was Most Proud Of, The Medal Of Honor From The National Society Daughters Of The American Revolution, The Society?s Highest National Honor. He Also Appeared In People Magazine July 7, 1986 And Was Invited To The White House Independence Day Celebration In 1981 For Which He Did A Painting.charles Painted Until His Death On July 29, 2002 At The Age Of 73. It Was His 42nd Wedding Anniversary. He Is Missed By His Many Fans, But The Pleasure And Joy His Artwork Inspires Lives On. He Is Survived By His Wife, Elizabeth, His Three Children, David, Millie, Matt And His Two Grandchildren Emily And Jackson.

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CHARLES WYSOCKI - HICKORYHAVEN CANAL

Lot 1755W: CHARLES WYSOCKI - HICKORYHAVEN CANAL

by Artistic Holdings Company

April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

Las Vegas, NV, USA

Estimated Price: $1,710 - $2,280

Description: Charles Wysocki - Hickoryhaven Canal - Hand Signed - Anniversary Edition -image Size: 40"w X 30"h. Limited Edition Of: 25 - No One Created A Warmer Winter Scene Than Charles Wysocki With His Carefree And Fantastic Days As Captured With A Child?s Eyes. Unlike "salty Witch Bay," "hickoryhaven Canal" Has Real Roots In Wysocki?s Past. The Memory Was Compliments Of An Uncle Charles Who Would Visit A Cabin On The Lake In Upper Michigan, An Area Called Houghton Lake. When The Snow Fell And A Canal Behind The Cabin Froze Over, The Community Would Embrace The Opportunity To Enjoy Winter At Its Finest. ?skating On The Canal,? Charles Recalled, ?became A Party From Early Morning Until Nightfall. People Sang, Played Instruments, Built Fires, Sold Goodies And Were Obviously Having A Good Time.? It Was The Perfect Place To Pass Happy Hours On A Cold Winter?s Day. Winter Is A Time Of Warm And Pleasant Memories And Our Anniversary Editions Of "hickoryhaven Canal" Will Provide Them Year ?round. Brilliant And Dazzling At 30" By 40," Our Masterwork? Edition Matches The Size Of The Original Painting. Our Traditional Fine Art Edition Of 24" X 18" Will Fit A Smaller Space Just Right. "hickoryhaven Canal" Is That Perfect Spot That Exists In Everyone?s Imagination Bought To Life On Canvas By Charles Wysocki.??about The Artist - The Art Of Charles Wysocki Is A Celebration Of The Historical Richness Of The American Past, Taking Its Inspiration From The Pastoral Moods Of The Small Towns Of New England And Rural Pennsylvania. As He Said Of His Work, ?i Hope My Paintings Revive Pleasant Thoughts Of Order And Security, Much Needed In This Fast-paced World.?born In 1928 In Detroit, Charles Wysocki Began Drawing And Painting At A Very Young Age. His Father, Charles Sr., A Polish Immigrant Who Worked On The Assembly Line At Ford Motor Co. For Over 35 Years, Was Not Thrilled About His Son?s Artist Aspirations. Most Of The Encouragement Came From His Mother, Mary. Charles Attended Cass Technical High School And Focused On Its Art Program. For A Time, He Worked As An Apprentice In Detroit Art Studios.after Leaving The Army, Charles Attended Art Center In Los Angeles (now Art Center College Of Design In Pasadena) On The G.i. Bill. After Completing His Studies, And Majoring In Design And Advertising Illustration, Charles Joined The Staff Of Freelance Artists At Mcnamera Brothers In Detroit In 1955. Missing The West Coast, Charles Moved Back To Los Angeles In 1959 To Form An Advertising Agency With Three Other Artists Called ?group West? Doing Freelance Commercial Artwork. Clients Included General Tire, Unocal, Carnation, Chrysler, United California Bank, Otis Elevator Company And Dow Chemical Co. During This Time He Won Numerous Awards For His Illustrative Talents. Charles Met His Future Wife, Elizabeth, A Recent Graduate Of Ucla With A Degree In Art, At An Ad Agency In Los Angeles. Elizabeth?s Family Was One Of The First To Settle In The San Fernando Valley. Charles Was Enamored By The Simplicity Of This Farm Life And Wholesome Values; This Was A Major Turning Point And The Influence That Started His Primitive Style. In 1960, The Wysockis Made Their First Trip To New England And Fell In Love With The Northeast Which Was To Become His Primary Source Of Inspiration.during His Free Time In The Early 1960s, He Worked On His Americana/primitive Paintings. After A One-man Show At Which He Sold Every Painting In This Style, He Decided To Leave Commercial Art For Good And Focus On His Americana Art. He Also Published Greeting Cards Through Duncan Macintosh And Posters Through The Bernard Picture Company. During This Time, The Wysocki?s Had Three Children And Moved From Los Angeles To Lake Arrowhead, Ca.wysocki?s Appreciation Of America Started Early. ?i Love This Country So Much, ?he Said. ?i Spent My Childhood On The West Side Of Detroit, In The Polish Enclave. In Our Neighborhood, People Still Talked About The Oppression They Had Suffered In The Old World. The Freedom In America Amazed Them.? Wysocki?s Work Was Infused With This Freedom And, Through The Joys And Heartaches Of His Images, He Shared The Better Life His Family Had Found.?in My Paintings, I Want To Hit Every Emotion I Can ? From The Sublime To The Silly,? Charles Wysocki Said. He Was Remarkably Successful In His Endeavors, As A Legion Of Fans And Art Collectors Can Attest. The Love Of Life, With All Its Wit And Wisdom, Poetry And Emotion, Sights And Sensations, Is Captured In His Work. ?there Is A Simple Message In My Work,? Wysocki Said, ?and It Is Love.?in 1972, Wysocki Started His Relationship With Amcal. Together They Produced The First Americana Calendar, Which Has Been Published Annually Ever Since. In 1979, Charles Published His First Limited Edition Print, Fox Run, With The , Inc., With Whom He Published More Than 70 Limited Edition Prints, Two Books And The Collectible, Americana Bowl Between 1979-1993. His First Two Books, An American Celebration (1985) And Heartland (1993).were Created By The And Published By Workman Publishing. His Two Small Gift Books Blessings By The Sea, And My Purrfect Friend, Were Later Published By Harvest House. Wysocki Made Personal Appearances At Galleries All Over The United States. He Was Published By Hadley House For Some Years Until He Self-published Under The Management Of His Son, Matthew.he Won Many Awards For His Work Including The One He Was Most Proud Of, The Medal Of Honor From The National Society Daughters Of The American Revolution, The Society?s Highest National Honor. He Also Appeared In People Magazine July 7, 1986 And Was Invited To The White House Independence Day Celebration In 1981 For Which He Did A Painting.charles Painted Until His Death On July 29, 2002 At The Age Of 73. It Was His 42nd Wedding Anniversary. He Is Missed By His Many Fans, But The Pleasure And Joy His Artwork Inspires Lives On. He Is Survived By His Wife, Elizabeth, His Three Children, David, Millie, Matt And His Two Grandchildren Emily And Jackson.

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CHARLES WYSOCKI - DADDY´S COMING HOME PERSONAL COMMISSION?

Lot 1777W: CHARLES WYSOCKI - DADDY´S COMING HOME PERSONAL COMMISSION?

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April 19, 2014, 5:00 AM PST

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Estimated Price: $405 - $540

Description: Charles Wysocki - Daddy´s Coming Home Personal Commission? - Hand Signed Image Size: 11"w X 18"h. Limited Edition Of: 73 - ?in My Paintings, I Want To Hit Every Emotion I Can - From The Sublime To The Silly,? Charles Wysocki Said. The Love Of Life, With All Its Wit And Wisdom, Poetry And Emotion, Sights And Sensations, Is Captured In His Paintings. ?there Is A Simple Message In My Work,? Wysocki Said, ?and It Is Love.? "daddy?s Coming Home" Tells A Universal, Yet Deeply Intimate And Emotional Story. We All Have Shared The Same Feeling, Whether It Is At The End Of The Day, The End Of A Business Trip Or Even Deployment Overseas: The Anticipation Of Seeing Your Father Again. ?i Am A Devout Admirer Of The Artist Winslow Homer,? Said The Artist. ?he Has Always Been An Inspiration To Me. He Did A Painting Titled 'dad?s Coming.' It Featured A Mother Holding A Baby And A Young Lad Sitting On A Small Boat - All At Water?s Edge, Looking Out To Sea. I Was So Moved By This Work That I Decided To Do My Own Version Of The Same Story.???about The Artist - The Art Of Charles Wysocki Is A Celebration Of The Historical Richness Of The American Past, Taking Its Inspiration From The Pastoral Moods Of The Small Towns Of New England And Rural Pennsylvania. As He Said Of His Work, ?i Hope My Paintings Revive Pleasant Thoughts Of Order And Security, Much Needed In This Fast-paced World.?born In 1928 In Detroit, Charles Wysocki Began Drawing And Painting At A Very Young Age. His Father, Charles Sr., A Polish Immigrant Who Worked On The Assembly Line At Ford Motor Co. For Over 35 Years, Was Not Thrilled About His Son?s Artist Aspirations. Most Of The Encouragement Came From His Mother, Mary. Charles Attended Cass Technical High School And Focused On Its Art Program. For A Time, He Worked As An Apprentice In Detroit Art Studios.after Leaving The Army, Charles Attended Art Center In Los Angeles (now Art Center College Of Design In Pasadena) On The G.i. Bill. After Completing His Studies, And Majoring In Design And Advertising Illustration, Charles Joined The Staff Of Freelance Artists At Mcnamera Brothers In Detroit In 1955. Missing The West Coast, Charles Moved Back To Los Angeles In 1959 To Form An Advertising Agency With Three Other Artists Called ?group West? Doing Freelance Commercial Artwork. Clients Included General Tire, Unocal, Carnation, Chrysler, United California Bank, Otis Elevator Company And Dow Chemical Co. During This Time He Won Numerous Awards For His Illustrative Talents. Charles Met His Future Wife, Elizabeth, A Recent Graduate Of Ucla With A Degree In Art, At An Ad Agency In Los Angeles. Elizabeth?s Family Was One Of The First To Settle In The San Fernando Valley. Charles Was Enamored By The Simplicity Of This Farm Life And Wholesome Values; This Was A Major Turning Point And The Influence That Started His Primitive Style. In 1960, The Wysockis Made Their First Trip To New England And Fell In Love With The Northeast Which Was To Become His Primary Source Of Inspiration.during His Free Time In The Early 1960s, He Worked On His Americana/primitive Paintings. After A One-man Show At Which He Sold Every Painting In This Style, He Decided To Leave Commercial Art For Good And Focus On His Americana Art. He Also Published Greeting Cards Through Duncan Macintosh And Posters Through The Bernard Picture Company. During This Time, The Wysocki?s Had Three Children And Moved From Los Angeles To Lake Arrowhead, Ca.wysocki?s Appreciation Of America Started Early. ?i Love This Country So Much, ?he Said. ?i Spent My Childhood On The West Side Of Detroit, In The Polish Enclave. In Our Neighborhood, People Still Talked About The Oppression They Had Suffered In The Old World. The Freedom In America Amazed Them.? Wysocki?s Work Was Infused With This Freedom And, Through The Joys And Heartaches Of His Images, He Shared The Better Life His Family Had Found.?in My Paintings, I Want To Hit Every Emotion I Can ? From The Sublime To The Silly,? Charles Wysocki Said. He Was Remarkably Successful In His Endeavors, As A Legion Of Fans And Art Collectors Can Attest. The Love Of Life, With All Its Wit And Wisdom, Poetry And Emotion, Sights And Sensations, Is Captured In His Work. ?there Is A Simple Message In My Work,? Wysocki Said, ?and It Is Love.?in 1972, Wysocki Started His Relationship With Amcal. Together They Produced The First Americana Calendar, Which Has Been Published Annually Ever Since. In 1979, Charles Published His First Limited Edition Print, Fox Run, With The , Inc., With Whom He Published More Than 70 Limited Edition Prints, Two Books And The Collectible, Americana Bowl Between 1979-1993. His First Two Books, An American Celebration (1985) And Heartland (1993).were Created By The And Published By Workman Publishing. His Two Small Gift Books Blessings By The Sea, And My Purrfect Friend, Were Later Published By Harvest House. Wysocki Made Personal Appearances At Galleries All Over The United States. He Was Published By Hadley House For Some Years Until He Self-published Under The Management Of His Son, Matthew.he Won Many Awards For His Work Including The One He Was Most Proud Of, The Medal Of Honor From The National Society Daughters Of The American Revolution, The Society?s Highest National Honor. He Also Appeared In People Magazine July 7, 1986 And Was Invited To The White House Independence Day Celebration In 1981 For Which He Did A Painting.charles Painted Until His Death On July 29, 2002 At The Age Of 73. It Was His 42nd Wedding Anniversary. He Is Missed By His Many Fans, But The Pleasure And Joy His Artwork Inspires Lives On. He Is Survived By His Wife, Elizabeth, His Three Children, David, Millie, Matt And His Two Grandchildren Emily And Jackson.

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Parks, Charles Copper [American/Delaware, 1922-2012] bronze head mounted on a square marble base and signed

Lot 454: Parks, Charles Copper [American/Delaware, 1922-2012] bronze head mounted on a square marble base and signed "Parks" (Charles), subject is Mr. Fred Wyett, the founding music director of "The Brandywiners" and vocal coach to the artist's wife. 17.5"h.x

by Wiederseim Associates, Inc.

April 19, 2014, 9:00 AM EST

Chester Springs, PA, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: Parks, Charles Copper [American/Delaware, 1922-2012] bronze head mounted on a square marble base and signed "Parks" (Charles), subject is Mr. Fred Wyett, the founding music director of "The Brandywiners" and vocal coach to the artist's wife. 17.5"h.x8"w.x9"

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1909 $2.5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin

Lot 1051057: 1909 $2.5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $550 - $825

Description: Gov. File: C-31286 1909 $2.5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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10 US Indian Head  Nickel Coin

Lot 1051073: 10 US Indian Head Nickel Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

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1856 $1 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin

Lot 1051086: 1856 $1 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $320 - $480

Description: Gov. File: C-31226 1856 $1 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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5 Misc Liberty Head Type One Dime Coins

Lot 1051155: 5 Misc Liberty Head Type One Dime Coins

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $150

Description: Gov. File: C-22714 5 Misc Liberty Head Type One Dime Coins Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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*1899 $5 U.S. Liberty Head Gold Coin

Lot 1051171: *1899 $5 U.S. Liberty Head Gold Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $870 - $1,305

Description: Gov. File: C-31719 *1899 $5 U.S. Liberty Head Gold Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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1909 $2.5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin

Lot 1051193: 1909 $2.5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $550 - $825

Description: Gov. File: C-31287 1909 $2.5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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10 US Indian Head  Nickel Coin

Lot 1051223: 10 US Indian Head Nickel Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $30 - $60

Description: Gov. File: C-27980 10 US Indian Head Nickel Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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1909 $2.5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin

Lot 1051276: 1909 $2.5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $550 - $825

Description: Gov. File: C-31288 1909 $2.5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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Rare Tungsten Size 5 Ring

Lot 1051286: Rare Tungsten Size 5 Ring

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $150

Description: Gov. File: 82224 Rare Tungsten Size 5 Ring Asset Type: Ring Shipping: $19.95

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Rare Tungsten Size 9.5 Ring

Lot 1051304: Rare Tungsten Size 9.5 Ring

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $150

Description: Gov. File: 81908 Rare Tungsten Size 9.5 Ring Asset Type: Ring Shipping: $19.95

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Rare Tungsten Size 7.5 Ring

Lot 1051314: Rare Tungsten Size 7.5 Ring

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $150

Description: Gov. File: 81892 Rare Tungsten Size 7.5 Ring Asset Type: Ring Shipping: $19.95

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10 US Indian Head  Nickel Coin

Lot 1051326: 10 US Indian Head Nickel Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $30 - $60

Description: Gov. File: C-27891 10 US Indian Head Nickel Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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*1905 $2.5 U.S. Liberty Head Gold Coin

Lot 1051362: *1905 $2.5 U.S. Liberty Head Gold Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $700 - $1,050

Description: Gov. File: C-31764 *1905 $2.5 U.S. Liberty Head Gold Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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*1903 $2.5 U.S. MS 62 Liberty Head Gold Coin

Lot 1051371: *1903 $2.5 U.S. MS 62 Liberty Head Gold Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $980 - $1,470

Description: Gov. File: C-31101 *1903 $2.5 U.S. MS 62 Liberty Head Gold Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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10 US Indian Head  Nickel Coin

Lot 1051377: 10 US Indian Head Nickel Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

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Description: Gov. File: C-27982 10 US Indian Head Nickel Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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Rare Tungsten Size 8.5 Ring

Lot 1051437: Rare Tungsten Size 8.5 Ring

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $150

Description: Gov. File: 82010 Rare Tungsten Size 8.5 Ring Asset Type: Ring Shipping: $19.95

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Rare Tungsten Size 7 Ring

Lot 1051469: Rare Tungsten Size 7 Ring

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $150

Description: Gov. File: 82306 Rare Tungsten Size 7 Ring Asset Type: Ring Shipping: $19.95

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*1913 $5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin

Lot 1051509: *1913 $5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $870 - $1,305

Description: Gov. File: C-31720 *1913 $5 U.S. Indian Head Gold Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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*1910 $2.5 U.S. UNC Details Indian Head Gold Coin

Lot 1051531: *1910 $2.5 U.S. UNC Details Indian Head Gold Coin

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $580 - $870

Description: Gov. File: C-31701 *1910 $2.5 U.S. UNC Details Indian Head Gold Coin Asset Type: Coin Shipping: $19.95

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Rare Tungsten Size 6 Ring

Lot 1051580: Rare Tungsten Size 6 Ring

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

Estimated Price: $75 - $150

Description: Gov. File: 81865 Rare Tungsten Size 6 Ring Asset Type: Ring Shipping: $19.95

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Rare Tungsten Size 6.5 Ring

Lot 1051595: Rare Tungsten Size 6.5 Ring

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April 19, 2014, 7:00 AM PST

Tehachapi, CA, USA

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Description: Gov. File: 82075 Rare Tungsten Size 6.5 Ring Asset Type: Ring Shipping: $19.95

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