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MULTI ESTATES AUCTION

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19TH, 5:00 PM (PREVIEW: 3:00 PM)

OLD FEED MILL AUCTION CENTER

487 DIVISION ST., BOONTON, NJ (JUST OFF IS 287 AT EXIT 45)

ADDENDUM:

Provincial fireside bench; Deacons bench; Grandfathers clock; Unusual arch back mahogany dresser; Mahogany smoking stand; Set of oak pressed back chairs; Window sashes; Victorian mahogany music cabinet; Victorian wash stand; Ornate Bombay chest of drawers; English pony saddle; Crotch mahogany wash stand; Lenox china; Gone With the Wind lamp; Estate jewelry; Fair Winds china; Steiff and Gund animals; Mahogany Gov. Winthrop desk; Arts & Crafts mission oak library table; Victorian arm chair with needlepoint.

East Gallery (Starts at 6:00 PM: Victorian hall rack/mirror; Oak Larkin desk; Stoneware crocks and jugs; Restored camel-back sofa; Painted pine cupboard; Victorian oak wash stand with towel bar; Chrome bar stools; Bennington pine farm desks; Dining room table and 6 oak ladderback chairs (like new); Victorian ogee framed mirror; Mahogany china cabinet, c. 1940, with bubble glass; Bennington pine dinette set; Pair of mahogany parlor stands; Four door pine corner cupboard; Victorian marble top stand; Pine 2 door wardrobe; Pair upholstered wing chairs; Pine corner cupboard with two over two doors; Bow front Victorian oak dresser; Regulator clock; Victorian oak lady’s slant front desk; Laboratory balance scale; Garden wheelbarrow with steel wheel and removeable sides – great condition; Maple hutch; Significant collection of oil paintings, prints, and lithos; Pine dry sink; Tea cart; Victorian mahogany sideboard; Painted mid century dressers; Fireside bench; Victorian mahogany dresser with beveled mirror; Rocking horse; Old toys; Electronic trains; Stenciled tea table; 8 drawer spice cabinet; Pair of mahogany arm chairs; Jacobean high back fireside chair; Mahogany knee hole desk; Oak Larkin desk; Four drawer mahogany chest; Oak drop leaf dining room table, refinished; Pair of ornately carved mahogany end tables; Set of 8 provincial dining room chairs; Jacobean carved tea table; Danish modern chest of drawers; Amish cupboards; Old trunks and luggage; Victorian side chairs; Victorian lady’s parlor chair; Estate rugs (including Orientals); Mahogany Empire hexagonal tea table; School house wall clocks; Maple high chest; Pair of maple bachelors chests; Boston rocker; Carved French mantle clock; Radio Flyer express wagon (with pneumatic tires); Set of rush seat ladder back chairs; Set of 4 rush seat English Queen Anne chairs; Painted corner cupboard; Porch rockers; Stdenciled tea table; 8 drawer spice cabinet; Oak drop leaf table, refinished; Jacobean high chest; Victorian tea table with ball and claw feet.

 

West Gallery (starts at 5:00 PM): Electronics; Pallet jack; Weed Eater rotary mower; Household; Bamboo and porch furniture; Rigid air compressor; Contractor’s and garden tools; Shop vac; Tractor mount snow plow; Contractors gas fired space heater, etc. 

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AUCTION SCHEDULE

 

Friday, October 19th – Estates Auction – 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)

 

Friday, October 26th – Estates Auction – 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)

 

Friday, November 2nd – Estates Auction – 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)

 

Friday, November 9th – Estates Auction – 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)

 

Monday, November 12th – Historical Document and Book Auction – 5:30 PM

George Washington and Abraham Lincoln signatures.

(Previews: Sunday, 11/11, Noon to 4 PM and Monday, 11/12, Noon to 4:30 PM)

Old Feed Mill Auction will be selling several documents of importance,

 including the following documents

  1. A letter written by General George Washington on February 20, 1780, while encamped at the Ford Mansion in Morristown, New Jersey.  It was written to Colonel Goose Van Schaick and a transcription of the letter is below.

Head Qrs Morris Town Feby 20. 1780

Sir,

 

    I request that You will transmit his Excellency, Governor

Clinton as soon as possible, an Exact Return of the Non

Commissd Officers & privates in Your Regiment; designating in a

Particular manner the number inlisted for the War and the

Different terms of service of the residue digested in Monthly

Columns.  You will nevertheless forward me a similar Return.  I

Am sir with great esteem & regard yr Most Obt st.

  1. Washington

 

This was the actual letter sent to Colonel Van Schaick on February 20, 1780.  A transcript of the draft copy is found in George Washington’s Revolutionary War Series, Volume 24.

The letter was drafted by Lieutenant Colonel Robert Hanson Harrison, who served as Washington’s military secretary for five years, from 1776 to 1781.

 

  1. A note of introduction Abraham Lincoln wrote for a Mr. Murtaugh:

"Will Mr. Risley please see & hear the bearer, Mr.Murtaugh?

A. Lincoln"

This note was written just one month before the end of the war

and a mere five weeks before Lincoln was assassinated.

 

  1. An autographed copy of "America", written by S. F. Smith in 1832,

and autographed in May, 1894.

 

Friday, November 16th - Estates Auction - 5:00 PM (Preview: 3:00 PM)

 

Schedule subject to change.

 

 Consignments received on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays,

8:00 AM. To 4:00 PM (Unless otherwise noted),

or by appointment by calling 973 334-9380.

 

Trucking available.

 

Additional parking is available at the Walmart parking lot

 

Please write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be added to the email list.

 

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It was recently written that “The Old Feed Mill Auction is one of the true country auctions left in New Jersey, selling estates from far and wide. It is an ‘undiscovered gem’ in the antiques world, complete with corny jokes, a hot dog stand, and the experienced banter of a country auctioneer.”

 

Auctions most Friday nights, except for weddings, funerals,

or time to pick berries at the farm.

 

No way beats the Auction method of personal property liquidation.

“Specializing in the auction sale of American antiquities and classics”

(18th to 21st Century)

Now in our fourth generation.

Directions to Galleries at 485 & 487 Division St, Boonton: take Rt. 287 to Exit 45 (north and south-bound). Traveling north, continue to end of exit ramp to stop sign (Wootton St.) and turn left onto Wootton St., continue (through light) two blocks to left onto Division St. Old Feed Mill Auctions is on the left. Traveling south, at end of ramp turn left onto Myrtle, continue to second light and turn right onto Wootton St; take first left onto Division St., Old Feed Mill Auctions is on the left. Thirty minutes from Tappan Zee Bridge, George Washington Bridge; twenty minutes from New Jersey Turnpike or Parkway.

When touring the Southern Tier of New York State, check out our Chenango County location:

HARMONIE HALL FARMS AND ANTIQUES

2456 Route Seven, Bainbridge, New York (in the historic Susquehanna Valley)

(607) 967-4750

 

Trucking available.

Additional parking is available at the Walmart parking lot

Please write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be added to the email list.

 

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It was recently written that “The Old Feed Mill Auction is one of the true country auctions left in New Jersey, selling estates from far and wide. It is an ‘undiscovered gem’ in the antiques world, complete with corny jokes, a hot dog stand, and the experienced banter of a country auctioneer.”

Auctions most Friday nights, except for weddings, funerals,

or time to pick berries at the farm.

No way beats the Auction method of personal property liquidation.

“Specializing in the auction sale of American antiquities and classics”

(18th to 21st Century)

Now in our fourth generation.

Directions to Galleries at 485 & 487 Division St, Boonton: take Rt. 287 to Exit 45 (north and south-bound). Traveling north, continue to end of exit ramp to stop sign (Wootton St.) and turn left onto Wootton St., continue (through light) two blocks to left onto Division St. Old Feed Mill Auctions is on the left. Traveling south, at end of ramp turn left onto Myrtle, continue to second light and turn right onto Wootton St; take first left onto Division St., Old Feed Mill Auctions is on the left. Thirty minutes from Tappan Zee Bridge, George Washington Bridge; twenty minutes from New Jersey Turnpike or Parkway.

To receive our ad by e-mail, write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

When touring the Southern Tier of New York State, check out our Chenango County location:

HARMONIE HALL FARMS AND ANTIQUES

2456 Route Seven, Bainbridge, New York (in the historic Susquehanna Valley)

(607) 967-4750

Jack Wootton

Jack Wootton,
Auctioneer, NAANYSAA
 

Sarah Wootton,
Assistant Auctioneer 

Judy Wootton,
Scribe

Check out our other location:
Harmonie Hall