This monumental collection includes material from the 19th Century to the 21st Century.
Property of the Woman's Club of Topeka,
A gathering of the eclecticism from David's estate along with Fine Art and Photography by David and others.
This unusually abundant collection of family heirlooms includes the personal property of California artist Louis Moulthrop along with a large number of his original works. Louis attended the California College of Arts and Crafts and worked as a commercial artist in San Francisco. He also exhibited around the Bay Area in juried shows and competitions. Here is a biography written by his daughter.
Archive of Fast Draw Shooter C.C. Moulthrop Items including Hat, Guns, etc
Estate Auction at Historic Oakwood 1834
Friday, April 24 and Saturday, April 25 • 10 a.m. Both Days
101 Leonard Avenue in Fayette, Missouri 65248
We are proud to present to you the estate collection of Jasper and Elizabeth Meals at public auction. Mr. and Mrs. Meals both lived well into their 90s and enjoyed the blessing of staying at their beloved home Oakwood for all of their days.
With their passing comes the increasingly rare opportunity for a historically significant on-site auction replete with both items original to the premises and many, many others gathered by Mr. and Mrs. Meals from similar settings around Howard County.
Oakwood, the Abiel Leonard House, built in 1834 is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places for good reason. As one of the earliest surviving brick I houses in mid-Missouri, it sits high on a hill overlooking the town of Fayette and is complimented by a smoke house with matching brick openwork, two domestic help cottages of the period, the original matching brick beehive cellar, an ice house and a large wood barn. After forty years of care by Jasper and Elizabeth, the home and grounds are beautiful as are the Furnishings, Art and Antiques which must now be sold. This will be a large and unusual offering. Make plans now to attend!
The Epitome of Eclectic
Saturday, April 11 at 12 Noon
Lone Jack, MO
Mary and David Stone began collecting lunch boxes in 1992. Over 20 years they filled their home (and walls) in Lee's Summit with over 300 lunch boxes of all sizes, shapes and subjects.
Also featuring select vintage and antique toys from other estates.
Two Day Estate Auction
Saturday, March 28th 10 a.m.
Sunday, March 29th 11 a.m.
Corky was born in Lawrence Kansas in 1929 and began collecting Militaria as a young man. His nearly 70 year collection includes material from WWI to Viet Nam with emphasis on the World Wars. The majority was gathered from local Vets for Corky's collection.
From Military Electronics to Battle Damaged Aircraft Pieces to Trench Art Mess Kits to Uniforms and Headgear - this collection has it all!
Definition: eclectic [ih-klek-tik]
A large and varied collection of diverse Collector's Items and Art Objects. Mr. Bennett had a good eye for the unusual and a wide range of interests. Each day here is filled with items of interest from numerous categories.
To name a few:
Saturday's auction will not be catalogued, the selections will be sold in random order the old-fashioned way.
Sunday's auction will be catalogued for bidding access online and live in the room.
Stinson Leonard Street LLP
Paintings, Etchings, Antique Maps and Decorative Accessories from the Kansas City offices of Stinson Leonard.
Plus an Atmos Clock, A Few Antiques and More!
Please note: Lot numbers 50 through 72 by Edna Hibel (1917-2014) have been added to this auction and are not a part of the original Stinson Leonard Street LLP Corporate Collection.
There will be no live auction at any physical location.
There will be two exhibitions where you can view the items up for bid in person at Leedy-Voulkos Art Center, 2012 Baltimore Ave, Kansas City MO 64108 on:
Monday, January 12 from 2 to 6 p.m.
While you're there, check out the gallery exhibition of David's work: "David Goodrich Remembered" currently on display at Leedy-Voulkos Art Center.
New Year's Fresh Start Antiques Auction
Some fresh estate items along with 2014 wrap-up
Friday, January 2nd at 12 noon
Lone Jack, Mo.