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|Lot #||Photo (Off)||Title||Current Bid||High Bidder||Time Remaining|
|0001||Large Pottery Vase with Fake Flowers||$2.00||23||closed|
|0004||Collection of costume (9) rings||$2.00||467||closed|
|0007||Vintage Working Schoenhut Piano||$5.99||112||closed|
|0008||White Shabby Wood Side Table with Decorative Wood Applique||$4.00||244||closed|
|0009||Vintage Ingraham 8-Day Clock||$5.00||44||closed|
|0010||3.5-Foot Tall Plastic Coke Can Advertising||$2.00||107||closed|
|0011||Framed Asian Print of Horse Cart in Snowy Landscape||$7.66||457||closed|
|0012||Vintage Wood Child's Chair with Old Decal||$1.00||333||closed|
|0013||Collection of Vintage Pottery Planters Including Old McCoy Pot||$6.10||112||closed|
|0014||Riteway Corcoran-Brown Head Lamp Lens and Ford Headlight Lens and Rim||$0.00||NA||closed|
|0015||Group of 8 Watches Including Lord Elgin, Bucherer, Gruen, Faux Cartier, Bulova||$38.00||454||closed (bidding was extended)|
|0016||Sterling and Sponge Coral Matching Earrings and Ring||$21.00||432||closed (bidding was extended)|
|0017||Sterling Bulbous Shaped Vase from Mexico with Handles||$17.00||25||closed|
|0018||Mid Century Teak, Brass, and Glass Two-Shelf Bar Cart on Wheels||$37.00||438||closed|
|0019||Twins Pennant, Rawlings 1925 Catcher's Mitt, Willy Mays 1962 Sports Champion Cardboard Record, Early 1900s U of C Leather Postcard||$20.00||158||closed|
|0020||Listed Artist William Thon Signed Lithograph In Frame Under Glass||$24.00||161||closed (bidding was extended)|
|0021||MCM Couch with Turquoise Vinyl Cushions in Good Condition||$115.00||456||closed (bidding was extended)|
|0022||Rare bo-ex Denmark Rosewood Coffee Table||$85.00||373||closed|
|0023||19th Century Set of 2 American Braced Bow Back Windsor Side Chairs||$6.00||454||closed|
|0024||Listed Artist Sherman H. Raveson Watercolor Framed with Glass and Signed||$32.00||161||closed (bidding was extended)|
|0025||Set of Four Asian-Inspired Dining Chairs, Two with Arms, Etched Metal Plates Translate to "Four Seasons"||$2.00||244||closed|
|0026||Listed Artist Jack Perlmutter "Ferry" Lithograph||$39.00||161||closed (bidding was extended)|
|0027||Vintage Diane von Furstenberg Silk Size 10 Long Sleeved Flower Pattern Dress with Belt||$6.00||100||closed|
|0028||1920s Small Silk Women's Slip Dress with Beading at Neckline||$3.00||100||closed|
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