Vintage Toys, Art Pottery & Coins to Head Cordier Antiques’ March 22 Variety Auction

. March 16, 2009

Cordier Antiques & Auctions will be holding a Variety Antique & Collectible Auction on Sunday, March 22. The auction will feature vintage toys, art pottery and coins and currency.

Cordier Antiques & Auctions will be holding a Variety Antique & Collectible Auction on Sunday, March 22 in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania (across the Susquehanna River from Harrisburg). The auction will begin at 11am with a preview starting at 10am and extending through the auction.

Vintagetoy.jpgThe sale will offer a large variety of vintage toys including Schuco, Marx, Mamod, Nylint, Keystone, Buddy L, Tonka and other tin, wind-up, and battery operated toys. Other items of note include a good selection of vintage bicycles, trains, pedal cars, sleds and remote control airplanes.

Another featured area will be art pottery. The auction will offer 100 plus pieces of McCoy pottery including stretch animals, planters and vases as well several pieces of Roseville.

Over 100 lots of coins and currency will be sold starting at 4pm and will include Morgan and Peace dollars, halves, quarters, dimes, nickels, large and small cents and half, two and three cent pieces. Mint and Proof sets will be offered as well as a PCGS 1989-P mint error nickel. Currency will include Confederate 1864 issue notes as well as silver certificates and Federal Reserve and United States notes. A lot list will be available on Cordier Antiques’ website at www.cordierantiques.com.
A full range of other antiques and collectibles will be sold including a 100 plus piece sterling Christmas ornament collection, vintage purses including 26 Lucite, over 80 pieces of green Cloverleaf Depression glass and over 70 pieces of Fiesta.

More information and photographs are available by visiting www.cordierantiques.com/html/march_variety.html or by contacting Cordier Auctions at 717-731-8662 or auctions@cordierantiques.com.

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