Sale Description:We are pleased to offer one of the largest estate sales in the historic Mohawk Valley of eastern New York. The Constantino holdings are eclectic, authentic, and of the highest quality, filling 12,000 sq ft of a large warehouse in Amsterdam NY. The sheer size of this estate requires that we break up the times of the sale into three phases.
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DATES AND TIMES OF SALE
Mon, Oct 15, 2012 9:00am - 3:30pm OFFICE & CHRISTMAS ONLY
Tue, Oct 16, 2012 1:00pm - 7:00pm
Wed, Oct 17, 2012 9:00am - 2:00pm
Thu, Oct 18, 2012 9:00am - 2:00pm
Sat, Oct 20, 2012 9:00am - 5:00pm MAIN SALE STARTS
Sun, Oct 21, 2012 10:00am - 5:00pm
Mon, Oct 22, 2012 9:00am - 3:00pm
Tue, Oct 23, 2012 9:00am - 2:00pm
Wed, Oct 24, 2012 9:00am - 2:00pm
Thu, Oct 25, 2012 9:00am - 2:00pm
Sat, Oct 27, 2012 9:00am - 5:00pm ART SALE STARTS (ALL REMAINING AS WELL)
Sun, Oct 28, 2012 10:00am - 5:00pm
The first phase (October 15 - 18), will be sale of office furniture and the Christmas collection, followed by the second phase (October 20-26) consisting of household & personal collections. The third phase (October 27-28) is dedicated to the Constantino-Noteworthy Co. art collection.
Phase One (10/15-18) -- Christmas items include: two seat open sleigh, doctor's carriage, Fonatnini Nativity Scene statues (Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus and a bleating lamb-- size 50" a BID item), life sized wise men, angels, choral & other figures, animals, a dozen nativity sets of various sizes (Lenox and others), Christopher Radko ornaments, other decorative ornaments, artificial trees, garlands, wreaths, lawn figures, Gingerbread House, large corporate sized ornaments, street lamps,and so forth.
The corporate furniture includes: spectacular executive desks, credenzas, chairs and various sized cabinets, conference tables and chairs, a dozen or more solid wood office desks, credenzas, office chairs, and metal filing cabinets, cubicle walls and metal desks. During this phase folks interested in purchasing desks and related furniture for offices will be escorted to the upper levels of the building to see more furniture -- we have space to have an example of each type of desk, but there are dozens to choose from.
Phase Two (10/20-26) -- The main sale includes, but is not limited to: magnificent crystal (Waterford, Steuben, & Murano), a Martin & Schwartz gasoline pump (Buffalo, NY), , ornate stand depicting The ANNUNCIATION -- Elizabeth telling Mary that she is also with child (Fantastic stained glass candel-abra), unique mechanical Kaleidescope, bar cabinet, chest, large marble topped oak cabinets (55" x 24" x 88") and elegant buffet with beveled mirror (54" x 24" x 70"), Italian bar with tile inserts, large tiger oak roll-top desk, mahogany roll-top desk, mahogany postal desk, numerous oak and mahogany dressers & cabinets, 60“ diameter walnut table, New Haven, CT -- flintlock sports musket (Circa 1820), marble topped commode, large oak conference table, religious collection, china and ceramic sets, silver and copper serving dishes, West End Brewery “Schultz & Dooley” steins (Utica), Kateri Tekakwitha memorabilia, large & small Kateri bronze prototypes by Frederick Schrady, stained glass church windows, 10’ x 4’ St. James window and smaller domed windows, early wrought iron lawn furniture, wicker furniture set, barn finials & wind vanes in copper and brass, large assortment of children’s board games and related toys, child’s oak rocker, upholstered lounging chair, outside horse on large spring, a unique bar collection, Italian coffee maker, glassware (Tiffany, cut glass, colored stemware), numerous lamps desk, table and floor and candle sets, scales, hundreds of books (local history, religious, biographies, art) and records (old and new), Lionel Train (1955) postcards (many local), electronic equipment, quantity of linen (many Italian imported), blankets, coverings, retro woman’s clothing, kitchenware, quantity of brass, copper and ceramic utility ware, antique advertising boxes and calendars (1914, 1922, 1926), can openers, bottle openers and dry weight containers, primitives, stamp collection, political memorabilia, post cards, sports memorabilia including autographed baseballs: Joe DiMaggio, Stan Musial, Yogi Berra, Yankee Team, Johnny Bench Hall of Fame baseball, golf balls: Arnold Palmer, Nick Price, Bobby Orr Bruins Hockey Puck, 8 x 10 color photos (NY Giants), and an autographed Larry Bird photo (Celtics).
SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIALThe Walter Elwood Museum is pleased to announce an Art Sale Preview on Friday, October 26th from 7 to 9 pm at 100 Church Street in the former Noteworthy Complex. The Museum is partnering with J & K Antiques and the Constantino Family to offer a special evening to enjoy the multitude and variety of art Thomas and Carol Constantino had so lovingly collected over the years. Guests will have the chance to bid and purchase art prior to the opening of the Art Sale on Saturday morning October 27th. Wine and cheese will be included in the ticket price. All proceeds will benefit the Walter Elwood Museum relocation fund drive. The evening will be limited to 50 paid guests so please reserve your ticket as soon as possible. Tickets for the evening will be $20.00 per Museum current members and $25.00 for non- Museum members. All reservations must be paid in full prior to the evening of 10/26. Tickets may also be purchased in person at 328 Division Street, Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. Cash and checks will be accepted only. For more information and to purchase a ticket please call the Museum at 843-5151 or Ann Peconie at 221-0174.Phase Three (10/27 & 28) -- In addition to all the prior bays of this sale being open, The Constantino-Noteworthy Co. art sale will include: original acrylic, oils, pastels, signed and numbered prints, rubbings, lithographs, old maps and related paper products, including: Pablo Picasso (numbered prints), John Steele many originals, Edna Hibel (numbered print), Bob Timberlake (numbered prints), Sarah Linder, Jane E Rudison, Vera Eksarehow, Fellium, Bonet, F. Harvey, M Vander Veer, C. M Coolidge, Bob Timberlake, Ken Schmidt, Denise E. Allen, Katherine Strobeck, Father Beck, M.S Kolb, Tony Biscotti, Jenness Cortez and many others.