Bobby Joe Dykes Estate Auction – Robert Lock, Executor

Date: Sunday, July 8, 2018
Time: 1:00pm
Location: Thornhill Auction Barn; 421 John Deere Drive; Troy, MO 63379
Directions: From Troy, MO go south on Hwy 61 to Moscow Mills Hwy C Exit. Go east on Hwy C to first 4 way stop, turn left on John Deere Drive (by Bank of Old Monroe) and go approximately 1 mile to sale on right, next door to Thornhill Real Estate Office.

Auctioneer’s Note: : If you are a serious collector of Early 1800s furniture, paintings, prints & collectibles, here’s one of the nicest private collections we’ve sold. Bobby Dykes & Ray Beckmann were well known in the St. Charles area for their knowledge, especially on Missouri pieces. Ray wrote the book on Johnson baskets and had a great eye for collecting. Bobby collected decoys as well. You may well remember the 2 day auction we had when Ray passed. Here are the pieces that Ray left to Bobby and Bobby’s private collection. Please note: there are no low end or household items to sell. You will see many museum quality pieces sell. See you at the sale. David, Dusty & Bill

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ANTIQUES & PRIMITIVE FURNITURE SELL AT 1:00 P.M. ON THE MAIN LEVEL

  • 1840s – 1850s, 2 pc. step-back, kitchen cabinet w/12 glass panel doors on top, 2 drawers & 2 door base
  • 1840s cherry/walnut corner cupboard, super pc
  • 1840s – 1850s era, walnut wall cupboard, 4 solid doors w/2 drawers, early pc
  • 1840s – 1850s walnut sideboard w/great back guard
  • 1850s small maple table
  • 1850s maple table
  • 1840s walnut table w/turned legs
  • 1840s – 1850s walnut jelly cabinet, 2 door, 2 drawer w/unusual back splash
  • Small, walnut, 1 drawer table
  • 1840s pine, dovetailed chest
  • Walnut end table, 1 drawer, turned legs
  • 1920s – 30s, 4 drawer dresser w/mirror

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES – PRIMITIVES

  • 1850s red, white & blue shield for campaign, 4 flags, stars & stripes, rare piece
  • Horse tobacco cutter, neat piece
  • Toy, iron cannon, circa 1800, working condition
  • Rare, tin duck, friction toy, circa 1800
  • Wood thermometer, Dr. H.C. Ritter
  • School clock
  • Tin advertising coffee can lamp, St. Louis 1870
  • Tin Queen Mary ship, wind up w/key, rare
  • Cigar jar, St. Louis, F.R. Rice Mercantile Co.
  • Old steam engine railroad print
  • Indian sconce
  • Lincoln bronze statue
  • Blue & grey, cow, milk pitcher
  • Shore bird on block
  • Brass lamp
  • Brass student lamp
  • Pair brass candle sticks
  • Blue Willowware, dinner set for 12
  • Lot mirrors
  • Cake stand
  • Blue & white oil lamp
  • Gray & blue, writing grease jar lamp
  • Large gray & blue writing Grennsboro, PA lamp
  • Frederic Remington Man on Horse by Norther
  • Walrus handmade
  • Brass bust of Lincoln
  • Glass dome w/chief
  • Blue & white crock
  • 15 pc, condiment set, Windmill pattern
  • Indian rug
  • Walnut plant stand
  • Wall comb rack
  • Paper bag rack
  • Walnut document box
  • Large wooden tool box
  • Ornate floor lamp
  • Pair Oriental vases, very old
  • White peace dove in frame
  • Large wooden mask
  • Dog statue
  • Partial List

TIN TRAINS 1850 ERA – 4 CARS & ENGINE

 

ANTIQUE DECOYS

  • Pair of Anderson tin duck decoys
  • 4, wood carved decoys, early

OIL PAINTINGS – PRINTS – LITHOGRAPHS

  • Oil on canvas by Fred Conway
  • 1934 Poppies in gold leaf frame by Blanche James
  • Oil on canvas by J. Medina
  • Oil on canvas Ship at Sea by P. Ulbrecht
  • 1979 Flowers in Vase oil on canvas by Raymond Beckmann
  • 1936 Flower in Amber Water Pitcher by Schoenberg, local St. Charles artist
  • Oil on canvas of Bob’s house & Ray’s shop in St. Charles, MO by Dee Dann
  • 1830s oil painting by Geo. James Rowe in gold leaf frame
  • Lithograph, published by J. Baillie, Washington family
  • Currier & Ives print, The Route to California
  • Currier & Ives print, A Home on the Mississippi
  • America First, St. Charles, MO 1850 by Scott (144 of 500)
  • Oil on canvas by A. Barinelles ?
  • 1953 Doves chalk drawing by Herb Macklin
  • 1968 Rooster drawing by John Frank, local artist
  • 1963 Fruit oil painting by Herb Macklin
  • Apples oil painting in gold frame by R.C. Beckmann
  • Jug, Grapes, Apples by R.C. Beckmann
  • Glass items by R.C. Beckmann
  • Reverse painting on glass in gold frame
  • Duck Decoy (wood-shed) by John Frank
  • Chickens by H. Macklin
  • Painting of Lincoln
  • Fruit by Ray Beckmann
  • The Falcon, artist proof by Siegfried Reinhart, St. Louis
  • 1934 Scene of St. Charles, from St. Louis side of Missouri River by Violet Schoenberg, local artist
  • Scissor cutting
  • Dog, Duchess by R.C. Beckmann
  • 1939 Dog & Ball by Violet Schoenberg
  • 1936 Florida Sunset by Violet Schoenberg – Note on back, Given to Lorraine Bruce in 1966
  • Ink drawing, Dog by Moenschel
  • 1904 ship oil painting, New Orleans Capture the Water by Schmitter
  • Cows oil painting
  • Wooden Pitcher on slate by John Frank
  • Please Note: The above inventory was from a list Bob left with his will. List may not be complete or accurate.

INDIAN PRINTS

  • Ne-O-Mon-Ne, an Ioway chief
  • Amiskquew, Amenoninie warrior
  • Ki-On-Twog-Or, corn plant, a Seneca chief
  • Ma-Has-Kah, an Iowa chief
  • Moa-Na-Hon-Ca, an Iowa chief
  • Caa-Tou-See, an Ojibway
  • Spread Eagle by John Frank

 

OWNER: BOBBY JOE DYKES ESTATE
                  ROBERT LOCK, EXECUTOR

AUCTIONEERS:
DAVID THORNHILL
314-393-7241

DUSTY THORNHILL
314-393-4726
TROY, MO

BILL UNSELL
573-470-0037
FRANKFORD, MO

Lunch will be served.
All buyers will be photographed.
Terms: Cash or Good Check with Current Photo ID.
Out of State Photo IDs and Out of State Checks must be accompanied with a Bank Letter of Credit, call for details.
We do not accept Cashier Checks.
Items sold with no warranty.
They stand sold AS IS.
Owner & Auction personnel not responsible for accidents day of sale!
Announcements made day of sale take precedence over any advertisement!

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