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June 1, 2019 - Auction Update
On June 1, 2019, RSL Auction Company completed its 30th auction and the results were quite strong. The highlight of the sale was the Bowing Man in the Cupola Bank (Lot 521) sold for $126,000. This unique and rare bank was formally in the collections of Donal P. Markey and Frank Kidd and is the finest of two/three examples.
Other strong results included Lot 234, an American Tin Floor Train that sold for $10,800, Lot 520, a Springing Cat Bank that sold for $6,300 and Lot 282 a Parade Fire Bucket that sold for $7,800.
We are presently organizing a 2019 Fall Sale that will include a 40, plus year collection of 450 still banks and about 75 mechanical banks of the Kevin and Anne Flaherty. These collections will be supplemented with quality toys, banks and folk art.
Please Note: To download the June 1, 2019 catalog or the Prices Realized -
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World Records were set during RSL Auction Company’s
March 23rd and 24th Auctions
Lot 114 Bear Stealing Pig $3,900
Lot 236 Prancing Horse - Large Wooden Pattern $1,140
Lot 239 Snickering Bonzo $3,120
Lot 244 Dog Smoking Cigar $2,760
Lot 246 Chanticleer $13,200 Second Highest ever
Lot 247 Canadian Beaver $13,200
Lot 318 Jolly N. on Aluminum Base $1,800
Lot 326 Little Joe - Type I $1,200
Lot 528 Safe with Six Dials $9,600
Lot 607 Mascot Bank $3,480
Lot 681 Columbia Bank - 2nd Largest $3,000
Lot 687 Ironmaster's House - Large Combination Door $6,600
RSL Auction Company kicked off their 2019 auction schedule with a two-day sale on March 23rd and 24th, 2019. The festivities begin with the sale of the Elliot and Liz Harold’s gorgeous single owner sale. Included were about 425 Still Banks lots, 50 paperweight and doorstop lots, 150 Black Memorabilia lots and 25 Mechanical Bank lots
The Harold’s collected from the 1980’s until recently. They are excited to know their precious objects are going to the homes of many of their collector friends! Friday evening, March 22nd, those who attended, enjoyed a sumptuous dinner and lively conversations!
The Sunday sale included approximately 350 windup toys from the thirty-year collection of Ms. Sandy Fubini. Included in this group were 65 Lehmann toys, mostly boxed. She spent significant time and effort upgrading this Lehmann toy collection. Many of these examples are in Pristine Condition and several of the boxes are really rare and possibly unique. The sale also included about 50 Penny Toys, 30 American Tin and Clockwork Toys and 110 Mechanical Banks!
Download the Prices Realized for the Sale by clicking on the image below.
Ray Haradin, Steven Weiss and Leon Weiss (RSL)
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