Online Auction for Remaining Items for Theodosia Nelson Westlake
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Online Only Auction of Small Antiques and Collectables
Online Auction Starts 02/16/2021 6:00PM. Closing begins 02/28/2021 6:00PM.
Removal will be on March 5th from 10-1PM at 822 Distribution Drive in Beavercreek, Ohio!
Theodosia “Teddy” Nelson Westlake
A graduate of Denison University, class of 1951 and A passionate musician, Teddy was an excellent pipe organist and pianist and accomplished musical director, who made a career out of teaching the piano. Teddy and Jim were founders of Granville’s Village Voices, more recently known as Vintage Voices.
Teddy loved her country and honored the fearless men and women who help defend it. She and her husband Jim, a Navy veteran of WWII, were long-time active members of the Licking County Veterans Alliance, which they considered family. Teddy was active on the Meet and Greet committee at Kendal, where she and Jim lived since 2007, and where until recently she also coordinated and often performed in musical programs and church services. She and Jim were former members of Granville Couples Golf and Granville Golf Club.
Ever vivacious and gregarious, Teddy deeply enjoyed time spent with family and friends. She was a consummate performer and an unabashed hugger & giver of advice. She felt privileged to have travelled to five of the seven continents: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, and South America. As recently as 2018, Teddy maintained a regular annual schedule of attending Gold Star Mother’s Weekend in Washington, D.C., where Teddy & Bambi's beloved maternal grandmother, Grace Darling Seibold, originally founded the American Gold Star Mothers, Inc., just 17 days before Teddy was born.
Vintage, RCA Victor Chalk Dog 4" Tall as Pictured
Cool Antique Wood Thompson of Hummel Essence of Coffee Crate, 7" Tall, and 13" Wide 11" Deep
Vintage, Hopalong Cassidy, Plastic Box Camera as Pictured - We have no idea or working condition. It does look pretty good. It is 4" tall and almost 5" deep.
Vintage, Cappi, Dusting Power Tin, 3" Tall and 4" Diameter
Vintage, Kansas City, Dry Goods Tin, Toy Truck, Just Over 3" Tall - It looks like a friction truck. But, Friction does not appear to function. The wheels move freely.
Vintage Group of Wood Blocks as Pictured
Interesting Tray with Vintage Valentines Under the Glass Top - It is 17" x 11".
Antique Transfer Ware, Child's Set, "Punch" Egland - It does have some condition issues. The creamer and sugar have some decent chips on them. The teapot has a chip under the lid.
They still have a great look and appear to be very old! The teapot is 5" tall.
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