“Where Rare Is Common”
BIG NEWS FOR 2016
May 27, 28 & 29
in Historic Newnan, Georgia
AUCTION TO BE HELD AT
Our buildings are running over, and we must make adjustments in our schedule.
Friday, May 27
Saturday, May 28 Auction
Sunday, May 29 Auction
75 vintage motorcycles, nice vintage autos,
Some important offerings you don't want to miss...
A wide selection of old boneshakers and other important bikes - many not shown here
A grand selection of Arcade Items including this Large Star Trade Stimulator
Cadillacs, 1952, 1956 Cadillac Movie Car (Driving Miss Daisy),
We have most every tag for every year from 1906 up thru early 1960's to sell
We have always supplied a vast array of Jukeboxes, and we will have
Our vast collections include many categories including a good representation of Marilyn Monroe special items.
Auto parts and Petrobilia
Time for some Clocks!
All-inclusive Catalog available late April for $25.00 - Admits one to both auctions.
Saturday & Sunday Auctions require purchased catalog to enter due to limited seating.
PLEASE NOTE: Saturday's auction venue has limited seating –
we recommend you make your hotel and other travel plans as early as possible.
We have reserved blocks of rooms at several local motels
that will be available to you on a first-come basis.
REMEMBER - Your purchased brochure is your ticket to each day's preview and auction.
$25.00 or a paid brochure is the only option for participating in Saturday's live auction in person.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THIS EVENT
Albert Einstein, FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt, and many other
well-known dignitaries now reside in Warm Springs, Georgia!
GREAT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
|FOLLOW THE LEADERS Wax Museum is a collection of rare wax figures depicting famous persons
from history - U.S. Presidents, Military Generals, Inventors, Explorers, Entertainers, and others!
Created by world-famous wax artist Katherine Stubergh, these figures are one-of-a-kind masterpieces,
similar to the ones found in Madame Tussaud's famous wax museums.
Our Museum includes many great figures in wax - Dolly Parton, Rudolph Valentino, and the most controversial wax figure of all, ALBERT EINSTEIN. This wax figure of Albert Einstein has generated a lot of news recently when it was offered for sale. Collectors from around the world bid on this rarity. Fortunately, we have it safe and secure in our own little Courtyard Properties!
WHAT MAKES THIS EINSTEIN FIGURE SO SPECIAL?
This likeness was created from an actual impression of Einstein's face. Einstein commissioned world-famous wax artist Katherine Stubergh to create this figure. Einstein sat with her in her studio as she made a life-cast of his face, which Ms. Stubergh then sculpted into an uncanny likeness of the world's most famous physicist. Einstein was so pleased, he signed the back of the neck along with the famous sculptor, Katherine Stubergh. No other wax replica has the actual signature of this genius!
FOLLOW THE LEADERS WAX MUSEUM is also home to the figures of Mark Twain and two of his most famous literary characters: Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer. All three are the work of the internationally celebrated Madame Tussard studios. We are fortunate to have the work of arguably the two best wax artisans in history under our roof – Tussard and Stubergh!
FOLLOW THE LEADERS WAX MUSEUM houses a collection that your entire family will enjoy!
Little White House Official Robin Glass checking out President Roosevelt's Convertible.
Located in Warm Springs, Georgia on Spring Street (Hwy 27)
Opportunities Auction was begun in 1982 by Preston Evans and is currently headquartered in Newnan, Georgia. We specialize in vintage coin-operated machines and we are known for selling uncommonly rare items and hold many records for prices realized.
|Opportunities Estate Liquidation Service
We have conducted estate sales for over 35 years. We handle all types of antiques and collectibles and can facilitate the liquidation of large estates through auction or tag sale.
We constantly seek to buy rare and unusual items.
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