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Absolute Florida Highwaymen Art Auction | 6pm Tonight | Online Bidding Only - Register & Bid Now

Every Lot Must Be Sold

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Absolute Florida Art Auction. Selling Collections of Florida Highwaymen Paintings & Other Florida Art. Buy Florida Landscape Paintings by Artists: Al Black, B.L Butler, Bea Elliot, Carol Salas, Hope Tew, Chico Wheeler, G. Piazza, Highwaymen Issac Knight, James Gibson, Jerry Devane, Johnny Daniels, Liae, Madam Zikmund, Nancie, Calasant, Norman Wright, Otee Adams, Horace Foster, Pat Bennett, Pat Collins, Pat Rollins, Mary Ashley, Robert Butler, Robert Johnson, Rochelle, Rodney Demps, Roy McLendon, Ruth McCrane, Tracy Newton, W Chester, Willie Daniels. A fine Florida Art Auction of primarily Florida Art, along with select other non-Florida artists.

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Auction - Native American Pottery, Baskets, Blankets, Rugs, Artifacts, Jewelry. Begins at 6pm Eastern tonight.

Register & Bid Now: http://ow.ly/6fkJ301wsfx

A specialized Auction of primarily Native American, American Indian, Native North American, Native Central American, Native South American & Pre-Columbian Collectibles, to include 250 lots of Baskets, Pottery, Blankets, Rugs, Artifacts, Tools, Points, Art, and Sterling Silver Jewelry. Primarily bringing to market the deacquisition property of Treasure Island Indian Museum, and other private consignments.

Treasure Island was owned and operated by Jack Barnhill (1918-2015). Throughout his life, Jack engaged in many businesses, including photographer, inventor, artist, collector, trader, museum owner, and firearm dealer. He is most noted as having founded and run the Treasure Island Museum & Aquarium in St. Ignace, MI for more than 40 years. The museum housed thousands of items, including Native American artifacts, shipwreck coins and cannons, and antique arms.

Jack is the son of well-known treasure hunter, photographer, inventor, and entrepreneur, Esmond Gerrard (E.G.) Barnhill, who among many other accomplishments, owned and operated Ancient America along US 1 in South Florida. E.G. Barnhill is also noted for discovering the "Barnhill Mound" and creating stunning hand-colored photography. The Barnhill family traveled extensively in the Western States, and spent most Summers in the Western states, collecting quality Native American pieces by way of business and trade with local Native Americans.

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Bid Now - Eiler Family Fundraiser Online Auction
In cooperation with the fundraiser coordinator, Martial Arts Fitness Academy (MAFA), we are hosting a timed online fundraiser auction (of donated items) in support of the Eiler Family. Please read below about the family, and then please register and bid in the auction. The auction is open to everyone, and 100% of the funds raised go directly to the family. We truly thank you and appreciate your support.

Bid Now: http://ow.ly/atEu301okx4

*The Story of Bradley Eiler*
- As told by Jacqueline Norris

Bradley Eiler, 47, was diagnosed with stage 4 Metastatic Renal Clear Cell Carcinoma two years ago. "Currently, I have tumors in my right kidney, which is my only kidney, left lung and pancreas. The doctors have noted the cancer may be in my left hip, vertebrate, back of the skull and lymph nodes," Eiler said, adding his type of cancer is extremely resistant to traditional treatments like chemotherapy and radiation.

Eiler and his wife's two oldest children are biological, aged 24 and 26, and their five youngest children, ages 4 to 11, were adopted from the Foster Care system. In preparation for his treatment, the couple have taken steps to down size so Eiler's wife and children can have a better chance to survive with only one income. It has taken them two years to get to a point where they can sell their home in Tallahassee because Eiler has been in and out of the hospital.

He hasn't been able to secure life insurance because he was diagnosed with cancer when he was 25. At that time, the doctors were able to remove the cancer along with his left kidney where the cancer resided, but, like cancer often does, it surprised us when it came back after about 22 years.

Eiler’s family and friends have all pitched in to help take care of children, complete house projects so they can sell, and donated time and money in many other ways! "During my treatment my wife will not be employed and will have to transport me back and forth to the treatment center," Eiler said. "She will have to stay there with me as much as possible, especially for those important decisions I may not be able to make for myself." Eiler and his family are trying to arrange for treatments at Shand's Hospital in Gainesville, but for now are asking for prayers and any kind of support.

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Bid Now in the Native American - Pottery, Baskets, Blankets, Rugs, Artifacts & Jewelry Auction.

Click Here For Auction Details & Online Bidding:
http://goo.gl/pi4kak

A specialized Auction of primarily Native American, Native North American, Native Central American, and Native South American Collectibles, to include 250 lots of Baskets, Pottery, Blankets, Rugs, Artifacts, Tools, Points, Art, and Sterling Silver Jewelry. Primarily bringing to market the deacquisition property of Treasure Island Indian Museum, and other private consignments.

Treasure Island was owned and operated by Jack Barnhill (1918-2015). Throughout his life, Jack engaged in many businesses, including photographer, inventor, artist, collector, trader, museum owner, and firearm dealer. He is most noted as having founded and run the Treasure Island Museum & Aquarium in St. Ignace, MI for more than 40 years. The museum housed thousands of items, including Native American artifacts, shipwreck coins and cannons, and antique arms.

Jack is the son of well-known treasure hunter, photographer, inventor, and entrepreneur, Esmond Gerrard (E.G.) Barnhill, who among many other accomplishments, owned and operated Ancient America along US 1 in South Florida. E.G. Barnhill is also noted for discovering the "Barnhill Mound" and creating stunning hand-colored photography. The Barnhill family traveled extensively in the Western States, and spent most Summers in the Western states, collecting quality Native American pieces by way of business and trade with local Native Americans.

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Fine Art, Estate Jewelry, Timepiece, Collectibles & Asian Arts | June 11th, 2016 | Photo Gallery

Bid Now via the Online Catalog:
http://www.manorauctions.com/art-fine-jewelry-collectibles-asian-arts-auction-june-2016
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Fine Art, Estate Jewelry, Timepiece, Collectibles & Asian Arts Auction | June 2016
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Bid Now on Fine Art, Estate Jewelry, Timepieces, Collectibles & Asian Arts

500 lot Jewelry, Fine Art, Collectible & Asian Arts Auction to include: Fine Estate Jewelry, Diamonds, Sterling / .800 / .875 Silver, Timepieces & Watches, Coins & Currency, Asian & Chinese Arts, Chinese Jade, Listed Original Art, Florida Highwaymen Paintings, Hand Signed Art Prints, Bronzes, Porcelain, Pottery, Glassware, Crystal, Musical Instruments, Entertainment Memorabilia, Rugs, Furniture & Estate Collectibles.

Select This Link FOr Auction Details & Online Catalog:
http://goo.gl/dQdctp

Artists Include: Otee Adams, John Ambrose, Curtis Arnett, Albert Backus, Pat Bennett, Antoine Berjon, Al Black, Gustave De Breanski, Mary Ann Carroll, Marc Chagall, Jean Chandler, Paul Crosbie, Johnny Daniels, Willie Daniels, Rodney Demps, Jerry Devane, Ahmed Eltemtamy, Horace Foster, James Gibson, Dean Gioia, Yves-Benoist Gironiere, Adna Glaubman, Alexander Gore, Herman Grieb, Edward Hacker, Michael Harrell, Louis Icart, J.M Lambeaux, Jozsef Kadar, Isaac Knight, R.L. Lewis, Mape, John Maynor, Mark Mazzarella, R. Mcbride, R.A. Mclendon, P.J. Mene, Gilbert Michaud, Marcel Mouly, Bartolome Esteban Murillo, Harold Newton, Sam Newton, Tracy Newton, Ismeal Gomez Peralta, A. Pieta, James Pollard, Charles Edward Roe, Irwin Rosenhouse, Carol J. Salas, Lorenzo Scott, Myk Stalter, Hope Tew, S.M. Wells, Chico Wheeler, Rick Wisecarver Norman Wright, Heshi Yu

Makers / Brands Include: Tiffany, Omega, Lalique, Lladro, Wedgwood, KPM, Limoges, Noritake, Grosfield House, Murano, Royal Dux, Steuben, Giuseppe Armani, Royal Doulton, Majolica, Kodak, Gorham, Hamilton, Swarovski, Gibson, Martin, Vox, Rookwood, Weller, Raymond Weil, Gruen, Herend, Zellique Studios, Jaeger Le Coultre, Rozart, David Yurman, Coco Chanel, Damiani
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Bid Now on Lot 71278 | 1831 TERRITORY OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE $1 NOTE
A very scarce and desirable Tallahassee, Florida June 13th, 1831 Territory of Florida $1 note. Serial Number: 24, Signed: Davis Floyd. $1 Cr. T8, Part of the second territorial series (1830 - 1831) printed from the engraved plates by N. & S.S. Jocelyn, New Haven. Condition: PMG Certified VF25. Est. $3000 - 5000
http://ow.ly/ZDbnf

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Bid Now on Lot 71306 | HEUER BUNDESWEHR CHRONO MILITARY ISSUE WATCH
West German, 1960s-'70s, military issue flyback wrist watch. Serial number: 6645-12-340-9456. "3H" on the face references tritium--the luminous material used in the markers and hands. Bi-directional bezel. Custom made leather band. Est. $2500 - 3500
http://ow.ly/ZD9gW

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Bid Now on Lot 71451 | 18th century Pennsylvania Dutch cupboard. Brass fixtures. Period seed glass. Est. $4000 - 6000
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Bid Now on this George Nakashima Coffee Table | Lot 70371
George Nakashima (Japanese-American, 1905-1990) master woodworker and craftsman, early 1960s long, English Walnut wood, coffee table with one inlay detail. Table top is 2-3" thick. Four peg style legs. Includes copy of purchase receipt card from Nakashima Woodworking - dated 1961. Size: 80 x 29 x 14.5" Provenance: Originally purchased by Louis Silver of Chesnut Hill, Massachusetts on February 21, 1961 from George Nakashima’s Bucks County Studio. Includes a copy of the purchase receipt card from 1961. Estimate $20,000 - 40,000
Bid Now @ http://ow.ly/VP1xS
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