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Auction Tonight 6:pm! Preview time from 3:00pm on @ 6 Lexington Ave. (Magnolia) Gloucester Ma. 6.5.2015
Walt Kolenda Auctioneer
Cape Ann Auction
6 Lexinton Ave. (Magnolia) Gloucester, Ma.
Have a look at all the goods for this evening’s auction…preview 3:00pm on and the auction is at @ 6pm sharp!
Terry Weber writes that Max the cat has returned. He showed up on his deck, safe and sound, after a couple of days vacation. Thank you Terry for letting us know!
Cash Auction – April 4th, Saturday 6pm Extreme Snow Date, Sunday April 5th (Just kidding…we hope!) (Inspection 1-6) 6 Lexington Ave. Magnolia Village in Gloucester, MA
April 4th, Saturday 6pm
Extreme Snow Date, Sunday April 5th
(Just kidding…we hope!)
6 Lexington Ave.
Magnolia Village in Gloucester, MA
The reason the header in the upper left corner reads “Don’t believe your eyes” is because of our 200+ lots we always have at our auctions, we only get to post a small percentage of photos. And since auction lots come in right up until the day of the sale, there are always a lot of surprises. And often the best items in the auction, are not even shown in the photos.
This will be another one of our CASH AUCTIONS, so please know that CASH will be the only accepted form of payment.
Here’s what the cat has dragged in so far:
ART: A large o/c painting of a ship by Robert Alexandar, vintage lithographed calendars from the Cape Ann Tool co. of Rockport, MA, an etching by Geo. Harvey Wainwright of Annisqaum, & more paintings, prints, antique photographs & tintypes etc.
Over 1,500 antique postcards including small town New England cards, cards of Gloucester, MA, Newburyport MA, beautiful Victorian embossed Christmas postcards, some real-photo cards, military cards & more.
Silver Morgan Dollars & other collectible coins, a large bucket of antique keys, a beautiful fossil & amethyst crystals, primitives, antique tools, sea-glass, paperweights, ephemera, jewelry, pottery, porcelain, lamps, decorating items, fabrics and much more!
We’ll have our usual 200+ lots crossing the block.
Please bring your own boxes and packing.
There’s no snackbar on the premises, but we’re tucked in between Dunkin Donuts & The 525 (Magnolia’s great new restaurant!)
See updates, photos & more details at:
MA Auction License #2621
Lobster Cove, Magnolia, Stage Fort Park,Schooner Adventure, Maritime Gloucester Under Snow From Peter Dorsey #GloucesterMA
Peter Dorsey submits-
The Bridgewater footbridge which crosses an icy Lobster Cove
A snowy Lobster Cove from the beginning of Leonard Street
The Schooner Adventure on Maritime Gloucester’s main pier, and looking toward East Gloucester
Stage Fort Park full of snow from the Blizzards of 2015
Magnolia Beach looking toward Coolidge Point, Manchester
A flash preview of our next auction. Sat evening- Jan 3rd – 6pm inspection is from 1 PM to 6 PM. Located at 6 Lexington Ave., Magnolia Village in Gloucester MA
January 3rd – 2015 – Saturday
6pm (inspection 1-6pm)
Indoors at Cape Ann Auction – 6 Lexington ave
Magnolia Village (Gloucester, MA)
~Cash Only ~
Wholesalers – Dealers – Re-sellers
NO BUYER’S PREMIUM !
Details & Pics at:
Each item must be paid for with cash immediately after it’s sold. Bring boxes, packing, a truck and plenty of cash.
On the auction block: Hundreds of lots including – antiques, art, jewelry, books, collectibles, furniture, glass & china, metalware, rugs, lamps, postcards, ephemera, and much more.
If you sell on eBay, are a dealer of any kind, or are just looking for some great bargains, this is going to be a great sale to check out!
Walt Kolenda Auction License #2621/ No snack bar but we’re next door to Dunkin Donuts
Pictures & details at www.capeannauction.com
On Sunday evening Lights on Lexington Avenue took place. LEXICON Gallery had an opening during the festivities, Seyrel and Chris Williams have opened this gallery. They are also part of the Cape Ann Ceramics Festival. The gallery was pact with people admiring these beautiful works. Also Jessica Lynn has opened a studio for her portrait photography. Most important was Olaf at 525.
15 Lexington Avenue
Magnolia, MA 01930
You are cordially invited to the opening of the new Lexicon Gallery on 15 Lexington Avenue, Magnolia, (Gloucester) MA during the Lexington Lights celebration on Sunday December 7, 2014 from 4-8pm.
The ceramic artists represented, including several from Cape Ann, include: Diane Chen KW, Cynthia Curtis, Larry Elardo, Jeremy Randall, Thomas Hoadley, Jenny Rangan, Jill Solomon, Irina Okula, Zachary Mickelson, Judith Rosenstein, Pam Gorgone, Joanna Mark, Chris Williams and Seyrel Williams.
Other artists include: Kerry Mullen (ceramics, watercolor, mixed media), Deb Hardy (mixed media), Cindy Beck Goldstein (collagraphs), Mahri (jewelry), Gary Gilbert (wood sculptures), Eleanor Fisher (glass shard-covered oil paintings), Randall Thurston (cut paper silhouettes) and Lenore Hill (India ink, walnut ink, graphite and gouache on paper), Jay Havighurst (sculptures).
We are thrilled to have live music by guitarist, Ken Bonfield and flutist, Christine Routhier.
Come eat, drink and be artsy with us!
Seyrel and Chris
All photos by John Andrews
Saturday & Sunday Brunch Menu – Great Idea for Mother’s Day
M –Th 3:00 – 10:00
Fri 11:00 – 10:00
Sat 10:30 – 10:00
Sun 10:30 – 9:00
*The bar closes later
Here’s the info on the special nights:
Mondays we give 10% off to anyone who lives within a two mile radius. 525 has its own giant map of Magnolia and you can put your pin on the map! If you live within the two mile circle, you can add a numbered pin to make your house – this corresponds with a covered “Beach Sticker” that is your ticket to 10% off on Monday nights.
Way Back Wednesdays
We turn the clock back to the 50’s and 60’s with specials from those halcyon times. Get retro with rotating weekly specials like tuna noodle casserole and chicken cordon bleu, plus your favorite dishes from the old Patio — all at Blue Plate prices.
Now you can learn to recognize the 27 Cape Ann Artists and Photographers exhibiting at the Magnolia Historical Society Spring Art Show by coming to the show, seeing their work and maybe buying a piece to grace your home. A great way to recognize and support local artists and the Magnolia Historical Society.
Thanks to FOB David Simmons for submitting the How to Recognize Artists of Paintings, Magnolia Historical Society for hosting and to Thom Falzarano for organizing the show.
It must be warm being in the sun and between the window and the shade. As is said sometimes, these shots were “offense by accident”, I saw this guy out of the corner of my eye driving through Magnolia. Turned around and he waited for me…
Friday, 12/6 5-8:00PM at the new Magnolia Historical Society’s Museum and Cultural Center building (in the old Blynman School), 46 Magnolia Ave. A great collection of artists and photographers, plus a large selection of affordable holiday gift items -cards, books, prints, mini paintings, calendars and more. Refreshments, live music and free admission. Come see, shop and find out what Magnolia Historical Society is up to – exciting developments for Magnolia and the Gloucester historical, arts and cultural scenes. Hope to see you there.
The Patio holds a long lasting memory for me. My Dad purchased the Oceanside Hotel in 1931 and we spent the summers there for the next 14 years. Although the hotel had a fine dining room with great menus. it was not uncommon for guests and Dad, Mom, and I to visit the Patio. The shops around it were popular and shoppers would take time out from those visits to dine there.
In 2002 I traveled to Magnolia from my home here in Florida to make a long-sought tour of the many attractions. The most memorable moments were enjoying lunch with a boyhood friend, Billy Melanson, at the Patio. Billy has since passed on, but that visit with him at the Patio will emain in my memory. We grew up in our early years totally enjoying Magnolia and its many attractions, including the Patio.
George Krewson III
194 S. E. Court
Lake City, FL 32025