​​​​​​ABSOLUTE   AUCTION


Friday, March 2nd | 6:00 pm
Saturday, March 3rd | 10:00 am


Sale Site:     The McConnell Auction Center

1833 S. Main Street, Paris, KY 40361


 Auction to Include Items from the
 Lucy Elliott Prichard Estate & Others



FRIDAY, MARCH 2nd | 6:00pm


COINS: GOLD: Large Indian Head Princess- 1859 $1; Liberty Head- 1899 $10; 1908 $5; 1852 $2.5; 1903 $2.5; American Eagle- 1988 $5 (Rare);  SILVER: 2006 American Currencies, 1oz Silver Round w/Jefferson Nickel Inlay (Proof); DOLLARS: Morgan- 1879-O, 80, 80-O, 81-O, 82, 82-O, 83, 83-O, 83-S, 84, 84-O, 84-S, 85-O, 85-S, 86, 87, 87-S, 90, 90-S, 92-S, 94-O, 94-S, 95-S, 96-S, 97, 97-O, 98, 99-O, 1900-O, 01-O, 03-S, 04-S, 21; Peace- 1922, 22-D, 23, 25, 27; HALF DOLLARS: Barber- 1895, 99, 1900-O, 1900-S, 01, 02-O, 04, 06, 06-D, 07-D, 08-O, 12, 15-S; Walking Liberty- 1917-S, 18-D, 20, 20-D, 36, 36-D, 37-D, 39-D, 41, 42, 42-D, 43, 44, 44-D, 45, 46-S; DIMES: Barber- 1899-O, 1900, 07, 11-D, 14, 14-D, 39; NICKELS: Buffalo- 1926, 28, 28-S, 35-S, 37-D, 37-S, 38-D; CENTS: Three Cent- 1853 (Silver), 65, 67, 81; Matron Head Large- 1818, 28, 30, 31, 33, 39; Braided Hair Large- 1842, 46, 47, 48, 50, 52, 54; Indian Head- (44) 1887-1909 (Nice);

COMMEMORATIVES/MISC: 1983 XXIII Olympiad Silver Dollar; 1989-S Congress Silver Dollar; 2000 $5 "Attack on Pearl Harbor" Coin; 2000 Sacagawea Golden Dollar; 2000 LIBERIA $10 Statue of Liberty Holographic Coin; 2001 LIBERIA $10 American Eagle Holographic Coin; 1776 & 1793 America's First Silver Dollar Replicas; 1974 $1 Western Samoa Xth Commonwealth Games Coin; (6) Project Mercury Coins; American Revolution Bicentennial Coin; Aztec Calendar Plaque; SETS/ALBUMS/LOTS: US Mint Prestige Set- 1990, 94; Dansco Kennedy Halves (1964-2015); Liberty Nickels (1883-1912); Lincoln Head Cents (1941-1964); Bags (Old US Coins, Indian Head Cents, Wheat Cents); PAPER MONEY: $5 Red Seal- 1963; $2 Red Seal- 1928 D, 1953 A, 1963;  $1 Blue Seal- 1928 B,  1935 A, 1935 E; Confederate Currency; MISC: Coin Collector's Books & Kits; Walt Disney Stamps; US & Canada Stamps; Small wooden display case; Sentry Safe 1100 w/keys;

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SATURDAY, March 3rd | 10:00am


ESTATE BACKGROUND: Lucy Ambler Marshall Elliott (1919-2006) was a true daughter of the Bluegrass, a descendent of several pioneer families, including the Marshalls of Mason County whose connections included Chief Justice John Marshall.  She was a 1940 graduate of the University of Kentucky, who working in Washington D.C. and then returned to Kentucky where she married Edward F. Prichard, Jr. in 1947. Prichard was a boy wonder of the Roosevelt New Deal, respected for his wit and intellect. Together they embarked upon a life dimmed at times by tragedy, but redeemed by love and a profound commitment to public service and educational reform.  Most of the lots in this auction come from Heartland, her family home for several generations.   

COLLECTIBLES/CHINA/IRONWARE, Etc:

Large collection  of Political Memorabilia collected by Edward Prichard, including his 1964 Democratic Convention Delegate Badge and campaign buttons covering more than 25 years; John F. Kennedy Buttons & Inaugural Banner; Old BOTTLES- Sam Clay Whiskey (Bourbon County), Julius Kessler & Co (Paris, KY), Sherwood Distilling Co, Stoneware Bottles; Cast Iron- Wagner Ware, Griswold, Unique oblong Waffle Iron; Vintage Hand Tools; Iron "Rose" Door Stop; Reflector Lantern Box; RR Sign; "B & H" - Bradley & Hubbard Lamp & Metal Work Maker- Desk Set; Milk Glass Decanter & Cordials; Hand pt'd plates "MCR" 1890s; Vintage Croquet Set in wooden box; Tobacco Basket; Wooden Carpenter's Box; Goshen Churn & Ladder Ironing Board; Spinning Wheel; Primitive Wooden Storage Boxes; Copper Kettle on Stand; Wooden Banana Box; Ship's Wheel; Vintage Pram & Bassinet; Barrels - The Ortel Co, Brauhaus Schweinfurt; Wooden Game Stretcher Boards; Old Wagon Seat;  Old Buggy Seat; Copper Funnels & Sprayer; Weathervane; Whippet Dust Cap; Display cases; Butter Molds; Old Post Cards - Cuba, Hamburg Place; Iron- Banks, Fire Truck, "Cadet" International Harvester; Haviland Limoges Dinner Services; Victorian Floral Dinner Sets; Partial set of Wedgewood "Lotus"; Old Paris Figurines; Pr German Blue & White Figurines; Lunning China; Satsuma Gilded & Encrusted Temple Vase; Large Collection of Steuben Glass Stemware;  Decanters with Sterling Labels;

STERLING/COIN/SILVERPLATE: Coin- WP Loomis-Frankfort; E & D Kinsey-Newport; Henry Fletcher Ladle; Clement Oscamp-OH; Lemon & Kendrick-Louisville; Palmer & Batchelder; Hoard & Hoes; I Conn; Farrington & Hunnewell; Sterling- Duhme-OH; Shakers; Poultry Shears; Server; Web Cake Breaker; Carving Set; Pcs of Plymouth, Sweetheart Rose, La Parisienne, Versailles, Milburn Rose; Silverplate- Orvis England Flasks; Ky Colonel Flask; "Adoration" pcs; Ornate Ladle & misc serving pcs; Candelabras;

PRINTS: Signed & #'d Jim Neuman; Bird Prints; Racing Prints; Ornate Frames; Old Oil Painting in Gold Leaf Frame;

FURNITURE:  Massive Stepback Glassfront Cabinet (49”w x 24”d x100”h); Empire Monumental Crested Back Sofa; Rare Dressing Table owned by Charles Todd, brother of Mary Todd Lincoln (41”w x 18.5”d x 74”h); English 3 part Banquet Table;  CHERRY- Kentucky 3 part Banquet Table (11.5’ x 4’), KY Side Table,  Rd Game Table, Clover Table;  Empire Crested Back Sofa; Poster Bed w/ original ceiling Teester (76¼” x 58” x 961/2”h); Twin Canopy Beds; Frontier era Trundle Bed; Flip to Game Table; Carved Poster Canopy Bed (80” x 60” x 91”h); Child's Rocker; Ornate Stool w/storage;  Single Church Pew; "Serena & Lily" Calif Bed; Queen Anne Desk; Oak Dining Table (42” x 56” plus two 16” leaves) & Six Chairs; Oak Hutch (51” x 18”d x 75”h); Oak Dining Table (48” x 48” w/24” leaf) & four Chairs; Carved Walnut Table; Coffee Tables w/drink boards; Pt'd Cylinder Desk (60’w x 33”d); Wooden Gun Rack; Slipper Chair; Twig Bench; Chairs- Hepplewhite, Sheraton, Queen Anne, Parlor chairs; 2 sets of hand pt'd chairs in the Hitchcock Style 2 pcs occasional furniture pt'd in the Chinese taste made esp for Mrs. Prichard; Mid-century Blk Leather Chair from Switzerland; Wooden Benches; Toy Chest; Unique Long Wooden Bench (9’-4”); Oak Cabinet New Home Automatic Sewing Machine Coffee Table; Singer Cabinet Sewing Machine;  Wrought Iron Chairs & Glass Top Table (42”dia); Wooden Flour/Sugar Bin; Wooden Vegetable Bin;BOOKS: Large collection of First Editions on the topic of American Foreign & Domestic Policy by such writers as James T. Ferrell, Mortimer Adler, Wendell Wilkie, Henry A. Wallace, Jonathan Daniels, and a rare account of the Felix Frankfurter's nomination to the Supreme Court; a Collection of 20th Century Literary First Editons, including works by Henry James, Edith Wharton, Joyce Cary, Robert Traver, Eric Maria Remarque, C.P.Snow, & Charles Jackson;  Multiple bound volumes of complete works by such authors as Thomas Carlyle & Washington Irving; Rare & Unusual historical works by American and English authors including William H. Prescott & Thomas B. Macauley;

AUCTION PREVIEWS:

Friday, March 2nd (4:00pm - 6:00pm)

& Saturday, March 3rd (8:00am - 10:00am)


MARCH 2nd & 3rd, 2018

-  GENERAL  AUCTION  TERMS -

*  All Bidders Must Register with Proper Photo ID to Receive a Number to Bid.

*  Payment is Due at Conclusion of Sale. Funds must be Paid in Full by Cash (US Dollars), Approved Check with Current Bank Letter of Credit, or Credit Card (Mastercard, Visa, Discover) w/ Valid ID. 

* A Convenience Fee of 5% will be Added to All Credit Card Purchases.

* All Checks Shall be Made Payable to McConnell Real Estate, Inc., Unless Otherwise Indicated. 

*  ALL SALES ARE FINAL, ALL PURCHASES ARE "AS IS"!!

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*  Inspection of Auction Items is Responsibility of Purchaser before Auction Begins,  Regardless of What is stated or in Print.


* Announcements Made Date of Sale Take Precedence Over Printed Information.


* Auctioneer Has Final Say on Sold Items (including If Necessary to

Reopen Bids).

* ALL Items to be Paid For The Same Day/Night Purchased. NO Item to be Moved or Loaded Until Payment is Given for Item!