|179 TEMPLE HILL ROAD NEW WINDSOR, NY 12553
The Leroy Morford Collection
Buddy Holly, Rock 'n Roll, Marilyn
and Session 2 (at about 6PM)
FINE ART, bronzes, firearms and more!
Saturday, December 9th at 1PM
Exhibition: Friday, December 8th 11AM-3PM & Day of
179 Temple Hill Road, New Windsor, NY 12533
|Surf Ballroom Poster
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Saturday, December 9th at 1PM
Exhibition: Friday, December 8th 11AM-3PM and Day of Sale at 11AM
ROCK ‘N’ ROLL. ELVIS. MARILYN. CELEBRITY MEMORABILIA BUDDY HOLLY. THE CRICKETS. THE LIFETIME
COLLECTION OF LEROY MORFORD, MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA
Ltd. Ed. Gibson Montana Acoustic Guitar with original paperwork from Gibson; Motley Crue Signed Fender Squier Telecaster
guitar; Buddy Holly and The Crickets postcard portrait signed by all with a hand written Holly response to a fan at the backside;
other signed Buddy Holly items including yearbooks from his high school in Lubbock, Texas; Clear Lake, Iowa, Surf Ballroom
and Winter Dance Party ephemera and memorabilia; Collectible ephemera from “The Day the Music Died” in addition
to important prototypes by Ken Paquette for the “record “ memorials for Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big
Bopper. Hundreds of collectible posters, records (33’s, 45’s, L.P.’s, picture discs, 24K gold plated)
including signed. Numerous Limited Edition Lithographs of Rock ‘N’ Roll Stars. Signed photographs to include
Buddy Holly, The Crickets, Mike Berry, The Convertibles, Johnny Tillotson, Bobby Vee, The Shirelles, Alan Freed, Sonny Curtis,
Glen D. Hardin, The Crystals, Norman Petty, Freddy Cannon, The Orlons, The Tokens, Nicki Sullivan, Leslie Gore, Don McLean,
The Fireballs, The White Sidewalls and so many others. Hard to find sheet music, period magazines, collectible commemorative
stamps. More than 500 unreserved lots in this session. SPECIAL ITEMS. Fully restored 1955 Pontiac Chieftain “Cricketmobile”,
the touring car of Buddy Holly and The Crickets. Bought originally from Johnson & Connolly Motors, Lubbock, Texas. BUDDY
HOLLY CESSNA 172 PLANE AND SIGNED FLIGHT SCHOOL LOG BOOK.
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Saturday, December 9th at (approximately) 6PM
Exhibition: Friday, December 8th 11AM-3PM and Day of Sale at 11AM
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PAINTINGS, WATERCOLORS AND OTHER ARTWORKS to include
Adrianus Eversen; Charles Burchfield; Ogden Pleissner; Julian Onderdonk; John Henry Sharp; Gertrude Fiske; Claude R. Hirst;
Granville Perkins; Emil Gruppe; Karl Witkowski; Kristina Nemethy (several); 19th C. still life and others. LeRoy Neiman
Serigraphs (5) inc. Frank Sinatra. AUDUBON AQUATINT ENGRAVINGS, J. GOULD, H. RICHTER HAND COLORED LITHOGRAPHS. W.
HART. ORIENTALIA to include jade scholar’s stone; oversized jade and hardstone bouquet; celadon glazed ewers;
19th C. Turkish Isnik, artist sgd. etc. ANTIQUE FIREARMS AND PISTOLS to include Lewis and Tomes pistol
of John Fremont; San Carlos Apache Police Pistol; Remington 19th C. pistol of D. Graham; Remington double Derringer of J.
J. Shields, historical figure of Cripple Creek; Barrington and Remington Arms Co. pistol; Colt double barrel pistol; Flintlock
Blunderbluss pistol; gold inlaid percussion shotgun, 1850’s-1890’s; Winchester 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine; etc.
COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE ADVERTISING TINS inc. Jack Sprat, antique advertising signs, Cream of Wheat advertisements
etc. SPORTS MEMORABILIA inc. large lots (5000) plus of cards. Also, BRONZES. LAMPS. ETC.
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relative to the property listed herein. The following conditions of sale are the only terms and conditions by which all
properties are offered for sale. The property will be offered by us as the agent for the Consigner unless the catalogue
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participating in the auction in person or in absentia, either on the telephone or by submitting written bids in advance,
is 22%. The buyer's premium for internet bidders is 25%. Mid-Hudson Auction Galleries Ltd. also receives a commission directly
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successful bidder or to re-offer and resell the article in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, our sale records
are conclusive. Although in our discretion, we will execute other order bids or accept telephone bids as a convenience to
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the same and withdraw the article from sale, and if having acknowledged on opening bid, he or she decides that any advance
thereafter is insufficient, he or she may reject the advance.
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sold. We may implement such reserves by bidding on behalf of the Consignors. In certain instances the Consignors may pay
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all the conditions set forth herein, and such bidder thereupon a) assumes full risk and responsibility thereof, but not
limited to, insurance, fire, theft, removal and storage or damage from any and all causes, and b) will pay the full purchase
price thereof or such part as we may require.
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by us. Packing and handling of purchased lots by us is at the entire risk of the purchaser. In no event will our liability
to a purchaser exceed the purchase price actually paid.
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this range. They should not be relied upon as a prediction or guarantee of the actual selling price. They are prepared well
in advance of the sale and are subject to revision.
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credit with Mid-Hudson Auction Galleries Ltd. Having done so, you need only write a check for the amount of your purchase
(assuming it is within the range of your credit line) and you can remove your purchases. The easiest way to accomplish establishing
credit is to provide an Irrevocable Letter of Credit or a Bank Letter of Guarantee from your bank.
You Can Bid at this Auction without Pre-Establishing Credit We accept
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under a regular check clears.
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1. You will
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is due promptly and within 10 days of receipt of invoice.
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paid for by personal or business check will be held until the check has cleared
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