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Americas Auction Report 3.25.11 Issue

Americas Auction Report 3.25.11 Issue

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Auctions from Middle Tennessee, Southern Kentucky and Northern Alabama. Find an auction near you. Antique Auctions, Farm Land & Equipment Auctions, Gun auction, Automobile Auctions, Bank Foreclosures, Residential auctions, Personal Property auctions, Estate Auctions. You can find them in America's Auction Report.
Auctions from Middle Tennessee, Southern Kentucky and Northern Alabama. Find an auction near you. Antique Auctions, Farm Land & Equipment Auctions, Gun auction, Automobile Auctions, Bank Foreclosures, Residential auctions, Personal Property auctions, Estate Auctions. You can find them in America's Auction Report.

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TIME DATED MATERIAL! DO NOT DELAY!
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Published Every Other Friday ~ Next Issue: April 8, 2011
MARCH 25, 2011VOLUME 7, ISSUE 146
FREE AUCTION NEWSPAPER 
www.americasauctionreport.com
Rare Signed Photograph of Jesse James to Sell at Auction
 
The notorious outlaw Jesse James hasbeen an American obsession for over a century.Most of his life, however, remains amystery. What is more, he left few arti-facts behind to help fill in the gaps,which has in return intensified the de-mand for all James-related historicalmemorabilia.With few clues to the famed outlaw’slife, photographs and signed docu-ments continue to be highly sought bycollectors and historians.On April 5th Leslie Hindman Auction-eers will sell the only known signedphotograph of Jesse Woodson James.The albumen print portrait, showing abust of James as a young man featuresJames with his with his hair slickedback and dressed in a suit and tie. It isthe most iconic image of the outlaw.James’ signature is exceedingly rare,with only one other signed item sellingat auction.the present signed photo-graph is expected to greatly exceed its$20,000-30,000 pre-seal estimate.The provenance of the photograph isexcellent. It was obtained by AndrewMacKellar, (Captain of the Cunard Lineof the RMS Queen Mary, 1954 to1959), from Calvin Tilden Owns.Mr Owns, the husband of Ethel RoseJames and the granddaughter of JesseJames, confirmed the authenticity of the signed photograph. This rqare pho-tograph was bequeathed to her byJesse James’ widow, Zee, as part of aninheritance.The photograph has been in privatehands since it was purchased fromCaptain MacKellar in 1958.The signed photograph will be a fea-tured in the Americana session of theFine Books and Manuscripts Auction tobe held Tuesday, April 5th
Auction News Network 
Elle’s Kitchen......................................................................page 2Crossword Puzzle..............................................................page 2Pre-historic Sharks Teeth at Auction................................page 4Bottle of Beer sells for $16,000.........................................page 5
Bruce Springsteen’s ‘57 Chevy to sell at auction.........page 7
Comic collector caught in Spider-Man's web
$1.1 million for a near-mint debut copy of AmazingFantasy
The issue, first published in 1962, wassold by a private seller to a privatebuyer,
It's not the highest price ever paid for acomic book. That honor goes to ActionComics No.1 with Superman on thecover. It went for $1.5 million, the pricepaid is the most for a book from the Sil-ver Age, the mid-1950s to about 1970."The fact that a 1962 comic has sold for $1.1 million is a bit of a record-shatter-ing event," he said. "That somethingthat recent can sell for that much andbe that valuable is awe-inspiring," saidComicConnect.com chief executiveStephen Fishler.Usually, it has been comics from theGolden Age - typically from the late1930s to the early 50s - that drawseven-figure sums.In March 2010, a copy of the 1938 edi-tion of Action Comics No.1 sold for $1.5
see “Spiderman” page 3
 
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1 Freak7 Whim11 Chinese seasoning14 Sew15 Complain16 Night bird17 Current unit18 Peter, for short19 Travel term20 Dwarf 22 Cleans the floor 24 Sayonara27 Queer 29 Mined metals30 Stable gear 32 Unity35 Blocks of metal37 Vale38 Monkey41 Cultural42 Lustrous44 Cooking grease45 Grabs48 Dishevel someone's hair 49 Doctor’s tool51 Movie __ 52 Shorten (abbr.)55 Newsman Rather 56 Jimmy57 Pope's governing organizations60 Cherub64 America65 Harsh criticism67 Rub71 Reverend (abbr.)72 Otherwise73 Purplish color 74 Flurry75 Join by heating76 Spain
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1 School group2 Surface to air missile3 Shrill bark4 Fly5 Unicorn part6 Brand of sandwich cookie7 Blocked8 Fawn's mom9 Dines10 Fresh11 One who changes locations12 Lift13 Transparent substance21 First day of wk.23 Goddess24 Mini25 Gossiper 26 Viii28 Deoxyribonucleic acid (abbr.)31 Not (refix)32 Movie award33 Thrill34 Sego lily’s bulb36 Minute38 Fable writer 39 Whiter 40 Nail filing board43 Carry46 Command47 Ate49 __ Lanka50 African antelope52 Sporty car brand53 Transported by bus54 Well done!58 Not many (2 wds.)59 Women's magazine61 Hard surface62 Wading bird63 Fall66 Sign language68 Wing
Elle’s
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Down-HomeChicken 'n' Greens
Crossword Fun!
Slow-Cooked Beans
INGREDIENTS
* Nonstick cooking spray* 2 medium skinless, bonelesschicken breast halves (about 8ounces total)* 1/3 cup reduced-sodium chickenbroth* 3 or 4 cloves garlic, minced* 1/8 teaspoon crushed red pepper * 1/8 teaspoon coarsely groundblack pepper * 8 cups torn mixed greens (such asmustard, beet, kohlrabi, kale, collard, and/or turnip greens) (8 to 10ounces)* Balsamic vinegar (optional)* Red sweet pepper slices(optional)
Directions1.
Lightly coat a medium skilletwith cooking spray. Heat skillet over medium heat. Lightly sprinklechicken with salt and black pepper.Add chicken to hot skillet; cook untilchicken is brown, turning once. Re-duce heat to medium-low. Cook,covered, for 10 to 12 minutes or until chicken is tender and nolonger pink.
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. Meanwhile, in a large saucepanor Dutch oven combine broth, garlic,crushed red pepper, and the 1/8 tea-spoon black pepper. Bring to boiling.Stir in greens; reduce heat. Simmer,covered, for 9 to 12 minutes or justuntil greens are tender, stirring onceor twice.
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To serve, divide the greens andtheir juices between 2 dinner plates.Cut chicken diagonally into slices;arrange chicken slices on top of greens. Drizzle the chicken with bal-samic vinegar and if desired, gar-nish with sweet pepper.* 1 bay leaf * 5 cups boiling water * 1/2 teaspoon salt
Directions1.
Soak beans in enough cold water to cover them by 2 inches for 6hours or overnight. (Alternatively,use the quick-soak method: Placebeans in a large pot with enoughwater to cover by 2 inches. Bring toa boil over high heat. Remove fromheat and let stand for 1 hour.)
2.
Drain the beans and place themin a slow cooker. Add onion, garlic,thyme and bay leaf. Pour in boilingwater. Cook, covered, on high untilbeans are tender, 2 to 3 1/2 hours.Add salt, cover, and cook for 15 min-utes more.
Ingredients
*1 pound dried beans, such as cannellini beans, black beans, kidneybeans, black-eyed peas,great northern beans or pinto beans* 1 onion, chopped* 4 cloves garlic, minced* 6 sprigs fresh thyme or 1 teaspoondried
March 25 , 2011
 
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15th AT 6:00 PM
DIRECTIONS FROM LAFAYETTESUPERWAL-MART:
Take Hwy. 52 By-Pass travelingwest approx. 1 mile to sale site on the right (signs posted). 65 miles NE of Nashville, TNand 40 miles SE of Bowling Green, KY.
KNIVES:
Approx. 300 knives (Pearl, Stag & Bone Handle from the 1940’s to present day);Case and Case XX (88 Pattern, 52 Pattern, Trapper, Muskrat & others), old Hen & Rooster (Gutman, Voss, C. Bertram, Jeffrey, Carter, Acorn, Fife),German Eye, Kissing Krane, Bulldog, J.A. Henckel, German Boker and others.
GUNS:
Approx. 30 shotguns, rifles and pistols including (2) Browning Sweet 16 w/gold trigger & vented barrel, (2) Browning Light 12 w/gold trigger &vented barrel, (2) Browning 20 gauge w/gold trigger & vented barrel, Mossberg 12 ga. pump, New England 22 cal. w/scope, FIE 410 double barrel, Iver Johnson 22 cal. revolver, Davis Ind. 32 cal. pistol, Mossberg 410 pump, Howa 270 bolt action, Marlin model 60 22 cal. rifle, FIE 22 cal. revolver, Har-rington Richardson 12 gauge camo, Intratec 9mm Luger, Guisosla Brothers 38 cal. revolver, Heritage 22 cal. revolver, Ruger 22 cal. revolver, Harring-ton Richardson 410 single shot,Winchester Model 190 22 cal. rifle, New England 410 single shote, Lorcin 380 cal. pistol, Iver Johnson 22 cal. revolver,Stoeger 410 double barrel, FIE 22 cal. revolver, Raven Arms 25 cal. pistol, Mossberg 22 cal. rifle w/scope, FIE 20 ga. single shot, Stevens 20 ga. sin-gle shot, New England 12 gauge single shop.
COINS:
1903 $5 gold piece, approx. 30 silver dollars (Morgan & Peace), (8) Silver Eagles, (40) halves (Walking Liberty, Franklin, Kennedy), lots of Wash-ington quarters w/some state quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies, (33) proof sets plus other coins. Some of the coins are graded and proof coins.
BOAT:
1986 16’ Glass Stream fishing boat and trailer w/70 hp Mercury motor.
SELLERS:
Tony & Catina Whittemore.
TERMS:
Cash or good check (positive ID required).
AGENT:
Ben Bray (615) 666-2232.
NOTE FROM AGENT:
Ladies and gentlemen this is a huge collection of knives, guns and coins w/some rare and hard to find items. If you love guns,knives and coins then this outstanding auction is a must. Come early and plan to stay late as this will be a super all day sale.
204 ACRES / 12 TRACTS • OVER 9000 FT. ROAD FRONTAGEON (2) ROADS • (3) BARNS • SHOP BUILDING • FRAME HOUSE• GARAGE • POND • CREEK “EXCELLENT ROLLING PASTUREAND BOTTOM CROP LAND” “GOOD BOUNDARY OF MAR-KETABLE TIMBER” • SHOP TOOLS AND FARM MACHINERY
WILLIAM AND PAULA DEBERRY PROPERTY 
672 HIGHWAY 52 BY-PASS • LAFAYETTE, TN
KNIVES GUNS COINS
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 2nd, 10:00 A.M.
694 CLIFTY ROAD • LAFAYETTE, TN
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 9th, 10:00 A.M
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DIRECTIONS FROM LAFAYETTE:
Take Hwy. 10N (ScottsvilleRoad) traveling approx. 7 miles to the Haysville Community toHanestown Road, left on Hanestown Road to Clifty Road, left on Clifty Road, property onboth sides of road (signs posted).
DIRECTIONS FROM WESTMORELAND:
Take Hwy. 52 By-Pass traveling east to RockyMound Road @ Peggy’s Market, left on Rocky Mound Road crossing Old Hwy. 52 and re-maining on Rocky Mound Road to Hanestown Road, right on Hanestown Road to CliftyRoad, right on Clifty Road, property on both sides of the road (signs posted).
REAL ESTATE:
204.15 acres w/9436.76 ft. road frontage along Clifty Road and Hanestown Road. This farm is improved with a frame house, (3)barns, metal shop building, garage, pond, spring and (year round) creek. The terrain of this property is from level to gently rolling with a good com-bination of rolling pastureland, bottom cropland plus some residential sites. This farm has an excellent boundary of marketable timber. City water is available along Hanestown Road. This farm has been surveyed, plattedand staked to be sold in (12) tracts.TRACT #1: 34.41 acres with 681.82 ft. road frontage; spring, creek frontage.TRACT #2: 26.15 acres with 1092.71 ft. road frontage; creek frontage, barn.TRACT #3: 8.03 acres with 1638.01 ft. road frontage; creek frontage.TRACT #4: 8.26 acres with 1758.32 ft. road frontage; creek frontage.TRACT #5: 16.61 acres with 1159.28 ft. road frontage.TRACT #6: 27.45 acres with 1324.46 ft. road frontage. Metal shop building and barn.TRACT #7: 5.01 acres with 357.81 ft. road frontage; frame house, detached garage, spring.TRACT #8: 13.47 acres with 199.39 ft. road frontage.TRACT #9: 25.79 acres with 411.76 ft. road frontage; barn.TRACT #10: 28.32 acres with 340.19 ft. road frontage; pond.TRACT #11: 5.04 acres with 234.07 ft. road frontage.TRACT #12: 5.61 acres with 238.94 ft. road frontage.
TIMBER TIMBER TIMBER:
The harvestable timber (estimated approximately 200,000 board feet) will be sold separately from the farm.
FARM EQUIPMENT:
13’ Ford wheel disc, International (11 shank) chisel plow, Massey Ferguson (#82) 4 bottom plow, Rhino (model 1400) hydraulicblade, fuel tank with stand.
SHOP TOOLS:
Mitre saw, Craftsman air compressor, propane heater, air tank, metal shelving, T-post, barb wire and more.
SELLER:
Mr.William and Ms. Paula Deberry.
AGENT:
Ben Bray (615) 666-2232.
TERMS:
10% (non-refundable) deposit down day of sale and balance with the deed or Macon Bank & Trust is offering non-qualifying terms by pay-ing 25% down and financing the remaining 75% payable monthly at 6½% locked for 36 months and amortized up to a 20 year repayment plan de-pending on the amount of your purchase (you must pre-qualify for the bank terms on Tract #7). Please give us a call@ 615-666-2232 with anyquestions or you may contact the bank @ (615) 666-2121.
million on ComicConnect's website.That issue features the debut of Su-perman and originally sold for 10 UScents.In February 2010, Heritage Auctions inDallas sold a rare copy of DetectiveComics No.27, which featured thedebut of Batman, for $1,075,500. Fish-ler said the same issue had initially soldfor just $2500 in 1985 and for $140,000in 2000."Over the last decade it has become arather legendary copy because it wasin the hands of a collector and no onethought he would sell," Fishler said."The owner came up with a figure thathe didn't think anyone would pay, and itwas paid.""Amazing Fantasy" No.15 has longbeen prized by collectors because of Spider-Man's debut. It has beenreprinted and made available as ahard-cover, too.The cover, drawn by Jack Kirby andSteve Ditko, shows Spider-Man clutch-ing a villain in one arm and swingingfrom his web with the other. It originallysold for 12 cents.Writer Stan Lee and Ditko co-createdthe web-slinger and his alter ego, theawkward but educationally gifted Peter Parker, who was bitten by a radioactivespider."Spider-Man is one of Marvel's flagshipcharacters so, yeah, I'd say 'AmazingFantasy' is very important," said Mar-vel Comics editor-in-chief Axel Alonso."Funny thing is, the series - which wasformerly titled 'Amazing Adult Fantasy'- was scheduled for cancellation beforeissue 'Amazing Fantasy' No.15 hitstands. It ended up being one of Mar-vel's highest sellers at the time, andpaving the road for the 'Amazing Spi-der-Man' series that's run monthly ever since."It also helped pave the way for Spider-Man adventures on the radio, televisionand the movie screen.
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