Woody Auction's year-end antique auction, December 3rd, has over 400 quality lots in many categories
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The auction promises to have something for everyone, with a catalog packed with more than 400 lots in a wide array of collecting categories. It's a combination of numerous collections from around the world. Online bidding via LiveAuctioneers.com.

DOUGLASS, Kan. - eMusicWire -- Woody Auction's final antique sale of 2022, on Saturday, December 3rd, promises to have something for everyone, with a catalog brimming with more than 400 lots in a wide array of categories. "The last in-person event of the year is as eclectic as any auction we've ever done, and is a combination of numerous collections from around the world," said Jason Woody of Woody Auction.

Highlights include quality jewelry, art glass, Gone with the Wind lamps, furniture, Limoges, Pickard, bronzes, plated Amberina, English cameo, clocks, Tiffany, Stevens & Williams, carousel horses, folk art, and one of the largest artwork collections Woody Auction has sold in decades. As with past Woody auctions, all items will be offered to the public without reserves.

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A green cut to clear decanter by Stevens & Williams, 10 inches tall, in the incredible figural butterfly form, is the first example of its type that Woody Auction has ever had the privilege to see and sell and is exceptionally rare. Also sold will be a Louis C. Tiffany art glass vase, 4 inches tall, beautifully decorated in gold iridescence with millefiori heart and vine décor.

The most historically significant item in the sale is an eight-sided revolving hardware cabinet made from oak with 88 drawers and porcelain drawer pulls, all original, 39 inches tall by 26 inches wide. The painted decoration on top of the cabinet reads, "Custer/Tuebor" (Latin for "I Will Defend", in the shape of a Maltese Cross, designed after a privately made Custer medal.

General George Armstrong Custer designed the medal himself during his brigade's winter encampment at Stevenson, Virginia in 1863-1864. The Horstmann Company was founded in 1815. It was taken over by William Horstmann's sons in 1845 and became the largest supplier of military goods in The Civil War. The winning bidder will own a piece of American history.

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The auction has a start time of 9:30 am Central and will be held online (at LiveAuctioneers.com) and live in the Woody Auction hall located at 130 East Third Street in Douglass. A preview will be held on Friday, December 2nd, from 1-5 Central time, also in the auction hall. Woody Auction has attempted to call any flaws that can affect the value of an item, but final determination is ultimately left to the buyer.

People can register and bid online now, at www.liveauctioneers.com/woody-auction-llc. For information about absentee and phone bidding, visit www.woodyauction.com.

Contact
Jason Woody
***@woodyauction.com


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