|Gallery view of THIS SUNDAY'S Auction!|
|Gallery view of SUNDAY'S auction||Thick oak monastery table (signed) / set of 6 Breton chairs|
|Folding table & pair of benches used by grape harvesters||Oak monastery table and pair of benches|
|Monastery table / set of 6 Louis XIII-style chairs||Rustic vineyard benches|
|Early A-frame champagne/wine rack||Alsatian countryside enameled street sign|
|Metal shelf from a French store||Reproduction nautical-style signal lamp on tripod stand (originally purchased at Restoration Hardware)|
|French provincial furnishings||Rustic sideboard from Normandy, circa 1895|
|Rare circa 1760 Louis XV-style buffet||Louis Philippe era marble-top chest, circa 1850|
|Alsatian folk-art painted chest of drawers||Very nice carved Louis XV-style small chest, circa 1770|
|Rug runner - 8'10" x 2'8"||Rug runner - 9'3" x 3'7"|
|Wonderful circa 1760 fruitwood armoire||Wedding armoire, dated 1864|
|Wedding armoire from Normandy, circa 1850||Contemporary tall-case cabinet from Ronda's Design of San Antonio|
|Louis XV-style bonnetiere, circa 1850||French provincial coffer, circa 1770|
|Louis XV-style walnut enfilade w/marble top||Louis XV-style enfilade (buffet)|
|French confiturier cabinet||Renaissance-style chest on stand|
|Small Louis XV-style desk||Louis Philippe period table, circa 1850|
|Louis Philippe mahogany nightstand, circa 1850||Rustic night table from Normandy, circa 1895|
|Small Mazarin-style desk||Gothic style plant stand, circa 1850|
|Pair of French Empire chairs||Wonderful French sofa|
|Carved castle armchair||Pair of provincial French armchairs / Louis XV-style nightstands|
|Hand-made prayer rug - 4'4" x 2'6"||Hand-made Turkish rug - 4'4" x 3'|
|Rug runner - 6'8" x 2'1"||More than 120 rugs in this auction!|
|Western decor pieces from the San Antonio Shoes corporate collection||Primitive cot|
|Architectural salvage shutters from France||Wooden wine-barrel taps from a French cellar|
|Early bow saws||Galvanized tubs|
|Woven wicker baskets||Wonderful grape-harvest gathering tubs|
|Hand-blown glass wine/olive oil vessels||Wicker-encased glass vessels|
|Glazed Alsatian pottery||Glazed and hand-painted Alsatian pottery|
|Small wine/liquor dispensers||Small stools / salt glaze pottery|
|Farmer's market scales||General store dry goods canisters|
|Tall Asian vase||Primitive copper cauldron|
|Exceptional provincial French copper cookware||Exceptional provincial French copper cookware|
|Early sad irons||Unique small stove|
|Table-top shaving mirror||Framed mirror|
|Vintage Western dress forms & clothing||Vintage hats from San Antonio-area department stores|
|Early volumes of books||Very cool collection of early maps|
|19th-century French flag on standard||Charles Edward Holloway (1838-1897, British), Marine painting
oil on canvas, 34 x 46 in. framed
|Margo Alexander (Marguerite Rafferty Alexander) 1894-1965, Country Church, c. 1950, serigraph, 32 x 36 in. framed
Margo Alexander's fun and colorful Mid-Century prints can be seen on the sets of TV's "I Love Lucy"
|Bud Biggs (1906-1985, Texas), Snow Scene, watercolor
31 x 38 in. framed
|Larry Weston (Texas artist), Snow Scene, watercolor
32 x 40 in. framed
|Larry Prellop (b. 1949, Texas), Ocean Scene, oil on canvas
14 x 16 in. framed
|Larry Weston (Texas artist), River Scene, watercolor
31 x 39 in. framed
|William Dean Fausett (1913 - 1998 Vermont/Texas)
Portrait of Mary Frost, oil on canvas
28 x 24 in. framed
|Prinz (German), Town Square (Landstuhl, Pfalz), 1962, oil on canvas
28 x 24 in. framed
|Mary Zuill (1916-2012, Bermuda), Canal Scene, 1985, watercolor
18 x 22 in. framed
|Lewis (L.) Gordon (Tennessee), Patio Cafe scene, acrylic on canvas
32 x 38 in. framed
|Larry Weston (Texas artist), Country Road, 1987, oil on canvas
32 x 44 in. framed
|Cushing, Modernist portrait, oil on canvas
35 x 23 in. framed
|Harold Noyes, The Doctor's House, oil on canvas
20 x 24 in. framed
|Peter Parnall (b. 1936), Owl on a tree stump, lithograph
edition 255/1500, 19 x 24 in. framed
|Excellent early enameled signs||Pro-quality Delta shop tools from a San Antonio estate|
|Dual-axle registered Gooseneck Roustabout 20’ 5th-wheel horse/stock trailer (tan) originally purchased at D & D Farm & Ranch Trailers, Seguin, fair condition, offered as part of a Broadway Bank estate.
Auction estimate: $2,200-3,000.
|1980 Honda CB750 motorcycle (VIN# RC012210785) in good condition, 33,360 miles, 748cc DOHC, 5 speed, originally purchased in San Antonio and offered as part of a Broadway Bank estate. This vehicle will be offered at absolute auction with no minimum or reserve price.
Auction estimate: $1,500-2,200.
|2012 Toyota 4Runner SR5 Limited Trail Edition 4-door SUV (VIN# JTEBU5JR3C5102418), loaded and super-clean with only 18,800 miles!, 4.0L V6 FI DOHC 24V Automatic, 4 wheel drive, Limited / Trail package, Navigation package, clean Carfax report, originally purchased at Alamo Toyota in San Antonio and offered as part of a Broadway Bank estate. This vehicle will be offered at absolute auction with no minimum or reserve price.
Auction estimate: $30,000-34,000.
|2008 Harley-Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic touring motorcycle (VIN# 1HD1FR4108Y621339) in excellent condition, 24,820 miles, white & chrome with dark saddlebags, originally purchased at Cowboy Harley-Davidson in Austin, Texas and offered as part of a Broadway Bank estate. This vehicle will be offered at absolute auction with no minimum or reserve price.
Auction estimate: $13,000-16,000.
|**There's much more in this auction that's not pictured here!**|
Gallery preview: SUNDAY, 10am-1pm.
The auction will begin SUNDAY at 1pm CDT.
|THIS SUNDAY, July 5th at 1pm CDT: the 4th of July Auction Spectacular, featuring 200 exceptional antiques, furnishings, original art and home accessories from the wine-producing regions of France 120 estate rugs, many estate pieces from a home originally decorated by Horse of a Different Color, and of course, the Toyota 4Runner and the Harley-Davidson from a Broadway Bank estate in Schertz, Texas! Free catering all afternoon by Bill Miller's BBQ! Live music during preview by Tennessee Valley Authority!|
Auction preview: SUNDAY 10am-1pm. The auction will begin SUNDAY afternoon at 1pm CDT. The vehicles will be sold at 2pm. Our standard 13% buyer's premium does also apply to the vehicles.
3 easy ways to bid (you don't have to be at the auction in person to bid!):
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Free Bill Miller's BBQ catering all afternoon. Complimentary recently-upgraded Wi-Fi in auction gallery.
This auction will be held at Vogt Auction House at 2415 Boardwalk St. in San Antonio (map & directions). Auction open to the public - no entry fee. 13% buyer's premium added to all purchases. Auction conducted under TX license #7825.
Do you have quality estate pieces you are thinking about selling? Call us first - we can tell you what you have and give you a free informal appraisal. We'll tell you if your piece is a good candidate for auction, or if eBay, Craigslist, an estate tag sale or another venue would be a better place to sell your items. Call Rob Vogt anytime 24/7 at 210-865-VOGT (8648) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We accept one piece up to entire estates.
Now accepting consignments for upcoming auctions including:
Texas Fine Art Auction - August 16
Diez y Seis Auction - September 15
Stained glass, $65
American oak pedestal, $35
Harvest table, $700
Scott & Anita
Seaman's trunk, $160
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