150 still banks, 110 mechanical banks, 90 cast iron and tin toys, and 20 American Folk Art.
The RSL Auction Company is very pleased to announce its adoption of a new auction format that shall henceforward be known as the “Crème de la Crème Auction”.
This phrase originated in France perhaps three centuries ago.
Its earliest use stems from culinary references related to cheese produced with the finest creams.
In modern parlance, the phrase has simply come to mean the ‘very best”, whether in reference to people or things.
As the phrase implies, these auctions will be extremely small with only the very best quality offerings on the market.
Our first crème de la crème sale will take place this summer on Saturday, August 21st at our auction facility in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey.
The sale will showcase 300 stellar pieces that will include architectural still banks, dynamic themed spelter still banks, figural still banks, tin and cast iron mechanical banks, bell toys, cast iron animal-drawn toys,
European tinplate planes, trains, automobiles and novelty toys, rare examples of American tin and mechanical toys, robots and several prized pieces of folk art.
In the future, we will plan to create one crème de la crème sale every summer or a few times per year.
AND IN THIS AUCTION ARE TWO VERY RARE MARTIN TOYS
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After the auction, I will publish the realized price for this Martins.
Regarding the objects described in this article, I do not make a statement about authenticity, condition or value.
I advise interested collectors always do to research yourself, to view the object or to contact the seller / auction