Doll Auction Extras

October 21 2021

E001

Lot of 2 – Madame Alexander “Scarlet” style 2240 & Madame Alexander  “Melanie” style 2220 in original boxes

E002

Lot of 3 – 16” La Cheri Sekiguchi artist dolls in original boxes, mint condition

E003

Lot of 4 – 15” Sala & Berg Sekiguchi artist dolls in original boxes, mint condition

E004

Lot of 2 – Dolls, 1 – Horseman 1922 vinyl in original box, & 19” General MacArthur in uniform (needs stringing)

E005

Lot of 4 – modern dolls, 2 – Snow Whites

E006

Lot of 4 dolls, 3 – hard plastic, & 1 – compo Shirley Temple

E007

Lot of 2 dolls, 18 Ideal compo & rubber doll, & 14 ½” compo & hard plastic doll

E008

Lot of 7 assorted dolls of various materials

E009

Lot of 5 assorted dolls, AM 390, Kewpie, 2 – artist dolls, & compo

E010

Opportunity box lot, glass dome, doll tea set, room box, doll clothes, basket, etc.

E011

Large lot of assorted doll clothes, hats, fabric, etc.

E012

Box lot of sewing items, lace, ribbon, etc.

E013

Box lot of fabric & cutter pieces

E014

Box lot of fabric & cutter pieces

E015

Box lot of assorted wigs

E016

Box lot of doll house dolls (as is)

E017

Box lot of doll parts

E018

Box lot of fabric & cutter fabric, etc.

E019

Box lot of fabric & cutter fabric, etc.

E020

Box lot of assorted doll clothes

E021

Box lot of assorted doll clothes

E022

Lot of 2 doll chairs, ladies hats, etc.

E023

Lot of 3 small lift top doll trunks

E024

Lot of 4 cloth Cabbage Patch kids

E025

Lot of 3 composition dolls

E026

Box lot of assorted misc. doll related smalls

E027

Box lot of assorted misc. doll related smalls

E028

Lot of 7 modern dolls in original boxes

E029

Lot of 5 Modern dolls in original boxes

E030

 Lot of 7 modern Barbie’s in original boxes

E031

Lot of 7 modern dolls in original boxes

E032

Lot of 6 modern dolls in original boxes

E033

Lot of 6 modern dolls in original boxes

E034

 Lot of misc. modern dolls & accessories

E035

Lot of 4 – Box lot of assorted doll clothes of various ages, & 3 modern dolls

E036

15” Steiff “Klein Archie” brown mohair bear limited edition 1083/2500

E037

2 – Charlie McCarthy dolls 12 ½” & 23” pull strings not working

E038

Box lot of doll reference books

E039

Box lot of doll reference books

E040

Box lot of plastic & celluloid dolls

E041

Box lot of assorted modern plastic dolls

E042

Large lot of modern dolls & accessories

E043

Box lot of assorted small dolls & accessories

E044

Lot of 5 modern dolls

E045

Lot of 9 pcs of doll furniture

E046

Paper lot, comic books, US  stamps, children’s books, paper dolls, etc.

E047

Lot of 8 modern Gollywogs

E048

Large box lot of doll miniatures & accessories

E049

Tray lot of doll smalls, dolls, etc.

E050

Lot of 4 modern dolls

E051

Box lot of assorted wigs

11 + 13 =

Withington Legacy & Current Staff

Dick Withington Lives On

“Grand Master of the Auction Block” – As a boy he worked for the local country auctioneers during the summer, as well as helping his mother in her Antique Shop. Dick then worked for Keene auctioneer, Jim Hall, doing everything from setting up the tents to calling on occasion. Under his guidance, Dick learned how to combine entertainment & humor, while selling some of the finest New England antiques. In 1949, armed with ambition & lots of natural ability, Dick started his own auction company. He soon surpassed his competition to become the best Country Auctioneer in the business. Demonstrating that Auction selling can be entertainment, he has deservedly earned the title of “The Bob Hope of the Auction Block!” Through the years, he led almost 2,500 auctions, as a leading player in the auction world, he sold some of the finest American Antiques and Furnishings.  His involvement in selling Dolls at Auction began back in 1959 when he sold Mrs. Alexander Smith’s Doll Museum and since then has sold doll collections for individuals and museums continuously.

As New Hampshire Auctioneer’s License #1, Dick would sell until his last days … “as long as he was able to stand up and talk!”  Dick always worked tirelessly promoting the business he so loved. We are enormously grateful to be allowed to preserve his legacy We have been fortunate to be able to learn from the master and will always miss him.

Marcia and Larry Leizure

Larry Leizure – “President, Computer Tech, Appraiser”Began working part-time for Withington a generation ago, running the auction business when Dick was wintering in Florida.  Innovations such as a WEB-site and full color catalogues have helped to bring the auction company into the 21st c.  Withington Auction Inc.  was formed in May of 2005, separating the auction business from the many-faceted business dealings of Richard W. Withington Inc. This enabled Dick to stay involved and active in the auction business, without the drudgery of daily operations.  Since then, Larry and his wife Marcia have owned and operated the company, using Dick's principles of Honesty and Integrity as the guidelines for running the business. With a degree in business management, a builder of custom homes and historic restorations, and 12 years as director of Buildings and Grounds at Lawrence Academy, Larry can correct, create and solve almost any problem... from plumbing to WEB-site maintenance... he does it all!

Marcia Leizure – Auctioneer, Publishing &  Merchandising”  Graduating college with a degree in Art and moving to NH with Larry as newlyweds, the world of antiques became a major part of their lives.  Both as collectors and  dealers, they owned and operated many shops since the 70's.  In addition having 20 years experience in  financial management, Marcia brought her skills to Withington’s in January of 2005.  Prior to that time, she would assist with an occasional estate clean-out or an appraisal and was responsible for setting up the country auction previews in the barn.  Over the past 18 years, she has learned the gentle art of auctioneering from the “Master” and received her NH Auctioneer’s License (#4028) in the summer of 2004.

I am sure Dick Withington would be extremely proud of both Larry and Marcia for maintaining his legacy. Withington Auctions is still a force to be reckoned with in the auction world.

Mike Reopel

Partner/Chief Executive Officer, Auctioneer

1-603-731-9876

Auctioneer, collector, veteran, and successful business owner and executive, Mike is passionate about continuing the legacy of the Withington Auctions company.  He is a seasoned antiques collector with a special interest in White Mountain (New Hampshire) paintings, rare books, historical documents, early firearms and Dunlap and Seymour furniture.

A graduate of West Point and Harvard University, Mike served as an airborne ranger in multiple infantry units, taught economics, worked in the White House and created and led several successful businesses.  He received his New Hampshire auctioneer’s license in 2005 and currently owns several small businesses in New Hampshire and abroad.

Mike is a current board member and Treasurer of the New Hampshire Historical Society.

Ken Labnon

Partner/Chief Auctioneer, Appraiser

1-603-680-1676

Professional auctioneer and appraiser, Kenneth Labnon, brings 50 years’ experience in the auction business to the Withington Auctions team.  Having worked for multiple auction companies, Ken has completed over 2,000 auctions during his career.  Along the way, he has acquired an excellent working knowledge of antiques market values, as well as expertise in valuing silver and jewelry.ent board member and Treasurer of the New Hampshire Historical Society.

Ken has donated many hours calling auctions for numerous charitable organizations including, the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth (CHAD), the New England College Alumni Association, the Henniker Rotary Club, the Cardigan Mountain School and others.

Ken’s extensive experience, professionalism, energy and integrity make him a welcome addition to the Withington Auctions team.

Gary Yeaton

Partner/ American Furniture and Clocks Specialist, Appraiser

1-603-491-2635

As a professional antiques dealer, appraiser and furniture conservation specialist, Gary brings his knowledge and expertise in valuing American furniture and decorative arts to the Withington Auctions company.  Over his nearly 50-year career buying, selling, restoring and appraising antiques, Gary has acquired a broad range of knowledge in such areas as early paper, books, glass, tools, art, clocks and furniture from every period.  Over time, he developed a particular interest in furniture and clocks of the 18th and early 19th century, with a special focus on New Hampshire furniture makers, including the Dunlaps, for which he is well-known.

Gary’s excellent professional reputation and wide-ranging knowledge of antiques and the antiques market make him an invaluable member of the Withington Auctions team.

Gary is a current member of New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association.

Conditions Of Sale

Phoenix Auction October 1 - October 8

 

All lots must be picked up by 13 October or make other arrangements by phone. We have arranged for UPS shipments for your convenience.