Items from the former owner of a posh retail antiques shop in Virginia will be auctioned July 7th in Panama City, Fla.

Portrait painting of a young woman by noted Polish artist Jan Cybis (1897-1972), a block-style post-impressionist whose mentor was the German Expressionist Otto Mueller.

Stunning bronze statue of an Arab figure riding horseback by the renowned French sculptor Antoine-Louis Bayre (1795-1875), 30 inches tall on an acrylic stand.

Pair of Toyo Japanese Samurai archer bronze statues presented on a marble platform.

Beautiful antique burlwood Empire bachelor’s chest, wide, with set-back drawers.

Pair of fancy Louis XV style bronze angel candelabra.

The auction will be held by The Specialists of the South, Inc., online and in the firm’s gallery located at 544 East 6th Street in Panama City, at 8 am CDT.

My mother had a wonderful eye for design and had a knack for knowing exactly what piece of furniture or fine art, or what decorative accessory, would fit perfectly in the homes of her many customers. ”

— Tom Byrd

PANAMA CITY, FLA., UNITED STATES, June 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — PANAMA CITY, Fla. – Items from the living estate of Elizabeth Nash – the former owner of a posh retail antiques store in Alexandria, Virginia that catered to an upscale clientele in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. – will come up for bid on Saturday, July 7th, at The Specialists of the South, Inc., online and in the firm’s gallery located at 544 East 6th Street in Panama City.

Mrs. Nash, who is retired and living in Wilmington, N.C., operated Elizabeth G. Nash Antiques & Fine Art in Alexandria from 1985-1990. When her mother took ill in 1990, Ms. Nash moved to North Carolina to care for her, but not before putting most of the inventory from her store into storage. Most of those items, much of it fine art and period furniture, will be sold in the auction.

“My mother had a wonderful eye for design and had a knack for knowing exactly what piece of furniture or fine art, or what decorative accessory, would fit perfectly in the homes of her many customers,” said Tom Byrd, Mrs. Nash’s only child, who lives in Panama City and oversees her estate. “She has downsized considerably in recent years, and now it’s just time to let it all go.”

Bidders will be dazzled by the broad selection of fine merchandise, which includes original artwork by noted, listed artists, French-style furniture, American furniture, large and magnificent chandeliers and mirrors, Asian objects, rugs, picture frames, silver and brass items, clocks, china, a fireplace mantel, sets of fancy chairs, lamps, girandoles, primitives, ceramics, smalls and more.

Certain to attract attention will be the many artworks in the sale. These will be led by a stunning bronze statue of an Arab figure riding horseback by the renowned French sculptor Antoine-Louis Bayre (1795-1875). The work is 30 inches tall and is on an acrylic stand. Bayre was a French Romantic sculptor who’s probably best known for his work as an animalier (sculptor of animals).

There are no fewer than 40 original paintings by Yacek Polak, (Poland, b. 1957), who happens to have been one of Mrs. Nash’s five husbands. He’s still active and producing art in Poland. Some of his paintings will be sold in multiples, while others will be offered as individual lots. Polak is a prolific artist whose work has been exhibited internationally. He has his own gallery in Poland.

Also sold will be a painting by Jan Cybis (Polish, 1897-1972), a block-style artist whose mentor was German Expressionist Otto Mueller and who studied under Jozef Pankiewicz, all the while refining a post-impressionist style using rich, saturated color influenced by the French. The work up for bid is a portrait of a young woman. Other art in the sale includes an impressionist painting done in 1960, signed by Mieczyslaw Wejman (Polish-Belgian-French, 1912-1977), a painting of a nude male on horseback at the beach, other pieces of signed framed art and a group of etchings.

French furniture will feature a Louis XV-style serpentine front commode, a pair of upholstered French style chairs, several sets of fancy chairs (one with Napoleonic fabric), a French provincial style curio cabinet, some nice side tables, ormolu commodes and more. Other furniture includes a beautiful antique burlwood Empire bachelor’s chest (wide, with set-back drawers), a queen-size tufted headboard, painted Chippendale pieces and more.

Lamps and lighting will be plentiful and will include a military-themed all-brass electrified 4th Infantry Rifle Division chandelier showing crossed rifles and infantry medallions and with gas keys attached, a pair of fancy Louis XV style bronze angel candelabra, a Victorian bronze girandole candelabra, a pair of brass lamps with torchieres and lyres, a lamp with a panda at the base shown chewing on bamboo, Jasperware lamps, crystal chandeliers and bright gold lamps.

Primitives will be plentiful, too, and will include wood muddlers, rolling pins (one signed Tom Bradley of Cherokee, N.C.), milk cans, crocks, rush-seat chairs, paperweights, an old Emerson electric fan, monumental iron gates and other vintage architectural items (to include columns and a large double exterior light), oak round tables and chairs and portraiture. Some of the primitives came out of the historic home in Luray, Virginia known as Aventine, built in 1852 and used for housing soldiers during the Civil War. Mrs. Nash helped equip the home with period primitives.

The Asian category will feature a pair of Toyo Japanese Samurai archer bronze statues presented on a marble platform, pottery pieces, tomb soldier replicas and items made in the style of various periods (Ming, Han, Song dynasties), mostly jugs, porcelain bowls and stands for a large charger, as well as an ornate display/altar stand.

Huge gold-framed mirrors (one of which is a full 12 feet tall) are bound to wow the crowd. An example is the girandole mirror with fancy eagle at the crest and florals at the bottom. Clocks will feature a Jenny Lynn shelf clock. Silverplate items will include a centerpiece with ram’s-head handles and an epergne. Also up for bid will be milk glass and cut glass, and Lenox china.

The rest of the catalog will be a wonderland of decorative items befitting any fine home. These will include a Rookwood seal, a brass satyr head inkwell with quill holder and blotter holder, a pair of Mottahedeh design gold dog figures resting on white platforms, a spelter jockey, a bronze bell, a Beswick ceramic Dalmatian dog (14 inches tall) and many other items.

The auction will begin promptly at 8 am Central time and will consist entirely of items from the estate of Elizabeth Nash, with no additions. Previews will be held the week of auction, from 9 am to 4 pm Central, and on auction day from 7 am until the start of sale at 8. For those unable to attend in person, online bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com.

The Specialists of the South, Inc. has been serving the Panama City community for more than 35 years. The company specializes in a broad range of services, to include estate auctions, furniture refurbishing, interior decoration, personal property appraisals and business liquidation services. It has been named the Small Business of the Month by the Bay County Chamber of Commerce.

The Specialists of the South, Inc., is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign an item, estate or collection, you may call them at (850) 785-2577, or you may e-mail them at contact@sospcfl.com. To learn more, or to register for the July 7th auction, log on to either www.SpecialistsoftheSouth.com or www.PanamaCityAuctions.com. Updates are posted frequently.

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Logan Adams
The Specialists of the South, Inc.
(850) 785-2577
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Tattoo Ink Made Of Elvis Presley's Hair

For true fans, getting to prove their love for the KING, is possible in an eye-opening, and maybe even shocking new way.

What a mess it would be, for example, if we received some hair from Justin Bieber from a non-authorized person, like his barber, and we manufacture a 'Justin Bieber Tattoo Ink' out of it!”

— Andreas Wampl, Founder of SKIN46

BUCHS, SG, SWITZERLAND, June 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Swiss start-up SKIN46 brings this to life, by giving the chance to have a tattoo made with the biogenic material of Elvis Presley or any other living Celebrity Star.

Many fans would jump at the chance to have a part of Elvis under their skin forever? And show the world who one of his, clearly, most dedicated fans certainly is? Being connected with the King of Rock & Roll is now possible. In a way, nobody would probably ever expect.

Swiss start-up SKIN46 has developed a method of creating a safe, totally hygienic, high-quality tattoo ink by breaking down hair into pure personal carbon. All an interested party would need is a small piece of the King's hair.

Welcome to the next level of artist appreciation, where The King becomes a part of the fan for the rest of their life! And the newly tattooed person also ends up having one of the world's most interesting conversation pieces.

Swiss company SKIN46 makes it clear this is quite serious, and each customer must undersign, that they are empowered to send in the hair of loved one or the person or pet they want to have them put under their skin.

“We will take the care to validate every entry ourselves,” commented Andreas Wampl, Founder of SKIN46. “What a mess it would be, for example, if we received some hair from Justin Bieber from a non-authorized person, like his barber, and we manufacture a 'Justin Bieber Tattoo Ink' out of it! The person doing it could make a fortune. So, we had to establish secret-service like tools to avoid this kind of problem!”

Anyhow – getting a loved one under your skin is now quite possible. Celebrity or not. A brother, father, mother, significant other, or even pet all qualify. The Revolution goes live on June 22nd, 2018 on Kickstarter.

Andreas Wampl
SKIN46 AG
0041817400295
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SKIN46 Launches Kickstarter Debuting Tattoo Ink Made From Human Hair


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All Aboard for… writing!

Writers Retreat 5th - 7th October

Writers Retreat 5th – 7th October

Red Herring Games

Red Herring Games

The Writing Hall

The Writing Hall

New sights, new culture and the chance to make new writing friends, direct 1-2-1 coaching, focused workshops and a live-action murder mystery…

GRIMSBY, N.E. LINCS, UNITED KINGDOM, June 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Are you feeling uninspired and need your writing mojo back? A trip to the continent may well be just what you need to refresh your little grey cells!

New sights, new culture and the chance to make new writing friends, direct 1-2-1 coaching, focussed workshops and a live-action murder mystery are all on offer through Red Herring Games this October as part of their Writers Retreat mini-cruise.

This is the third writers retreat run as a partnership between The Writing Hall and Red Herring Games. The last two retreats have been based in a UK hotel.

“We wanted to do something different this year” Jo Smedley, the managing director of Red Herring Games said. “Sometimes what you need as a writer is new experiences, and while a retreat to a UK hotel is great, being surrounded by a different culture can be incredibly inspiring.”

The retreat has only been running two years but attendees of previous weekends have gone on to have a novel published or their plays produced, which just goes to show how valuable the retreat can be.

“Everyone has a different writing style and is working on a different project” said Diane Hall of The Writing Hall. “Many writers’ courses offer a one-size-fits-all approach, and while we do have group workshops we also like to provide 1-2-1 coaching and feedback, which is invaluable for writers.”

The retreats attract many returning guests and places are always limited and available on a first come first serve basis. So it’s worth booking early to avoid disappointment.

“There are tutorials and workshops planned at different points during the weekend, and on Saturday during the day they’ll be free to explore Amsterdam or Rotterdam” Jo Smedley said. “We also have some fun planned too – with the writers taking part in a live-action murder mystery during the evenings.”

This year is the first time the retreat will take place during a mini-cruise, but Jo Smedley says if it works as well as they hope, next year could be a trip to Bruge.

If you’ve always wondered if you could turn your hand to writing and would like to grab your place on the writers retreat you can book directly through Eventbrite or call Red Herring Games today on 01472 348909.

Jo Smedley
Red Herring Games LTD
01472 348909
email us here


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Mohawk Arms' Auction #79 on June 30th features over 1,150 lots of militaria spanning multiple conflicts and generations

Personal automobile standard of Prussian Kaiser Wilhelm II, displaying his family crest, plus three fender flags (minimum bid: $18,000).

Peaked caps (one shown) and sleeve insignia of the German Third Reich diplomatic ambassador to Russia (minimum bid: $18,000).

Original Japanese World War II Kamikaze flag, the silk “meatball” type, with black ink signed slogans (minimum bid: $650).

Imperial Austrian officer’s helmet of the K.u.K. Arcieren Guards, the rarest helmet of the Austrian Imperial period (minimum bid: $6,500).

Pair of 18th century British Georgian silver mounted flintlock pistols, one shown, both exhibiting wear (minimum bid: $1,400).

Offered will be old guns, helmets, peaked caps, fender pennants, medals and badges, belt buckles, swords, uniforms, cloth insignias, shoulder boards and more.

BOUCKVILLE, N.Y., UNITED STATES, June 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — BOUCKVILLE, N.Y. – The peaked caps and sleeve insignia of the German Third Reich diplomatic ambassador to Russia, the personal automobile standard and three other fender flags used by Kaiser Wilhelm II, a rare 17th or 18th century Polish karabela sword (or sabre) and a pair of British Georgian silver mounted flintlock pistols will all come up for bid Saturday, June 30th.

They’re just a few of the more than 1,150 lots of militaria slated to cross the auction block at Auction #79, to be held online and in the gallery of Mohawk Arms, Inc., on Route 20 in Bouckville, located in central New York state. The auction will begin promptly at 9:15 am Eastern time. People can register and bid now, on Mohawk’s website: www. militaryrelics.com.

The catalog and internet auction is packed with rare and highly collectible militaria material spanning multiple generations and conflicts. In addition to the Mohawk Arms website, internet bidding is also provided by LiveAuctioneers.com. Phone and absentee bids will also be accepted.

The peaked caps and sleeve insignia of Nazi Third Reich diplomatic ambassador to Russia, Graf Friedrich-Werner von der Schulenburg, comprises a fine quality light grey doeskin peaked cap (of the type only worn by ambassadors); a superb quality white-top peaked cap; and a massive diplomatic ambassador embroidered sleeve insignia. The lot comes with a two-page German forensic lab report, authenticating the items as original, and carries a minimum bid of $18,000.

Also with a minimum bid of $18,000 is the personal automobile standard of Prussian Kaiser Wilhelm II, with three other official fender flags used when meeting with his Austrian counterpart, visiting the Duchy of Saxe-Altenburg and displaying his Hohenzollern family crest. Wilhelm’s personal flag, 16 inches by 17 inches, is made of a silk-like material and has a black Prussian eagle on a crowned gold shield on the center, with a black Iron Cross and the date 1870.

The 17th or 18th century Polish karabela sword has a wood grip with a carved, stylized eagle head pommel that resembles a staircase. The flat metal strip on each side is colored to blend in with the grip. The straight blade is 27 ½ inches long. The minimum bid is $450. The karabela was a type of Polish sabre popular in the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth. It’s defined as a decorated sabre with a handle stylized as the head of a bird (in this case an eagle) and an open crossguard.

The pair of 18th century British Georgian silver mounted flintlock pistols have seen their share of use and wear over the years and are being described as “a true restoration project.” In fact, one of the pistols is missing the stock from the wrist down and part of the silver trigger guard strap is detached. But the other gun is in OK shape; it’s full stocked and has an octagon/round barrel with sunken gold cartouches “H. Hadley” and “London”. The lot has a minimum bid of $1,400.

An Imperial Austrian officer’s helmet of the K.u.K. Arcieren Guards, the rarest helmet of the Austrian Imperial period, has a minimum bid of $6,500. The helmet boasts a silver-plated body that looks hammered, brass trim edging, a large gilt coat-of-arms front-plate within a framework of foliage, age-darkened oak leaf chinscales and gold silk lining. Topping the helmet is a fire-gilt bronze crowned double eagle and a white buffalo hair plume extends from the eagle head backs.

A German Third Reich SA Feldherrenhalle gorget (crescent-shaped ornament worn on a chain around the neck as a badge of rank by officers) has a minimum bid of $4,000. There are dark patches on the age-toned nickeled crescent and the stylized gilt eagle/swastika has a nice patina. The piece has dark blue cloth backing and a corner hook and oval band hold the original chain.

A U.S. World War II “Black Widow” Navy Cross having darkened, one-piece construction, has a minimum bid of $1,200. The item exhibits good detail and has a full wrap brooch and even the original issue Navy presentation box. Paper found in the base of the box reads “C. Gray Bream”.

An American circa 1830 New York state “tombstone” hat plate, worn by militia members on civilian “stove pipe” hats, in exceptional condition, has a minimum bid of $850. The hat plate is curved, tinned iron, with a painted gilt upswept-wings eagle standing on top of a globe. Clouds and a sunburst are at the top. Old lacquer coating has preserved 98 percent of the original finish.

An original Japanese World War II Kamikaze flag, the silk “meatball” type with black ink signed slogans that express absolute loyalty to the emperor and honor in death, carries a minimum bid of $650. The 26 inch by 32 inch flag, having leather tabs with ties in two corners, is an unusual surviving relic of Japan’s extreme attempt to prevent an invasion of the homeland during WWII.

A 19th century Indo-Persian khanjar (curved dagger specific to Islamic countries), having a damascene blade, marble-like grips and a translucent Lucite pommel and base of grip, has a minimum bid of $300. The 12-inch curved watered steel blade, with two curved fullers, is well-made and the dagger comes with a black leather covered wood scabbard with an iron ball tip.

The auction also features a Baron von Richtofen autographed period postcard; the peaked cap and case of Japanese World War II Admiral Kantaro Suzuki; a collection of U.S. hat and belt plates from the Rev-War to 1850; a named British Crimea medal; Third Reich kepis; and an original Elastolin/Lineol figures tableau of Hitler reviewing a parade in front of the Chancellery.

Also offered will be helmets, peaked caps, fender pennants, medals and badges, belt buckles, swords, uniforms, cloth insignias, shoulder boards, collar tabs, armbands, cuff titles, Civil War items (swords, leather goods, etc.), China Air Fleet Qingdao Naval Air Group flags, Imperial German steins, patriotic framed service commemoratives, combat gear, photos, books and more.

Mohawk Arms’ next big internet and catalog auction after this one is planned for later on this year, probably sometime in December. The company typically conducts two large sales annually.

Mohawk Arms, Inc., is always accepting quality consignments for future auctions. To consign a single item or an entire collection, you may call (315) 893-7888; or, you can e-mail them at Mohawk@MilitaryRelics.com. To learn more about Mohawk Arms, Inc., and the internet and catalog auction planned for Saturday, June 30th at 9:15 am EDT, visit www.MilitaryRelics.com.

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Ray Zyla
Mohawk Arms, Inc.
(315) 893-7888
email us here


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RED CRIMES: HIDDEN MURDERS A Mobile Game, for Investigation Discovery TV Audiences

Play Red Crimes: Hidden Murders

Investigation Discovery's New Red Crimes: Hidden Murders Game to release August 9, 2018.

iEntertainment Network Inc (OTCBB:IENT)

We are excited about doing games for Investigation Discovery TV network. Red Crimes is the first of three games we will do for ID TV.”

— JW Wild Bill Stealey

CARY, NC, UNITED STATES, June 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — RED CRIMES: HIDDEN MURDERS
A Mobile Game,
for Investigation Discovery TV Audiences

Cary, N.C. – June 19th, 2018 –iMagic Games a division of iEntertainment Network Inc., (OTCBB: IENT) and game development studio Gamaga will release Red Crimes: Hidden Murders for Discovery Communications’ Investigation Discovery TV network audiences and all mobile crime sleuths, during August 2018 for iOS and Android devices.
Investigation Discovery is the #1 network for women 25-54 in ad-supported cable and the only network devoted entirely to true crime content. With a built-in audience of mystery and suspense fans, ID will help promote the game both on air and across its social media platforms.

Red Crimes: Hidden Murders is a F2P mobile game with console quality real time graphics. Set in a realistic ‘90s scenario, it features a dark and gripping storyline, taking the player on a journey to track down and solve the most insidious crimes.

To succeed in Red Crimes: Hidden Murders, the player must solve crimes and keep the city of Rouxville safe through building the best crime investigation team, searching crime scenes, processing evidence, and arresting the guilty suspect.

FEATURES
• Investigate stunning 3D hidden object crime scenes to find clues
• Examine clues and process bullets, marks and other evidence found
• Build and train the best team of police force professionals
• Manage your police station to restore law and order in Rouxville
• Arrest the suspect and bring them to justice
• Get clues from watching Investigation Discovery’s on-air promos

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Discovery, Inc. (Nasdaq: DISCA, DISCB, DISCK) is the global leader in real life entertainment, serving a passionate audience of superfans around the world with content that inspires, informs and entertains. Discovery delivers over 8,000 hours of original programming each year and has category leadership across deeply loved content genres around the world. For more information, please visit www.corporate.discovery.com and follow @DiscoveryIncTV across social platforms.

iMagic Games, (www.iMagicGames.com) a division of iEntertainment Network, Inc., (OTCBB: IENT), publishes online and mobile games worldwide. iMagic staff have developed more than 250 successful games since 1982. Many of these games have sold more than 1,000,000 copies – including the world-famous Civilization, Gunship, F-15 Strike Eagle, M1 Tank Platoon, WarBirds, and more.

Gamaga., (www.gamaga.com), founded 2009, is Chile’s biggest independent games company. Gamaga’ s early releases have received world-wide recognition including Banana Kong with over 130 Million downloads and Operate Now Hospital, which has been downloaded over 15 million times in its first year of operations.

● Red Crimes: Hidden Murders trailer: https://youtu.be/xuoYCo0IIgs
● Available at the Google play store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gamaga.RedCrimesHM

Press Contact:

JW “Wild Bill” Stealey,
CEO iMagic Games
JWStealey@iMagicGames.com

JW Stealey
iMagic Games
9192384090
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Red Crimes: Hidden Murders, New Mobile game for Investigation Discovery TV network audiences


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Antique bottles from the East and West coasts will be up for bid in American Bottle Auctions' online sale June 29-July 8

Goudie & McKeley Peppertree Saloon (San Pedro, Calif.) coffin-shaped amber Western flask, graded 9.9.

Original Pocahontas bitters bottle, aqua in color, graded a 9.8

Lafayette GI 86 bottle in the half-pint size, medium olive amber, with a bust of Lafayette.

Gold Dust Barkhouse Brothers Kentucky Bourbon bottle, with a mint grade of 9.5.

Blue-green Geo. Eagle soda bottle with applied top and iron pontil, plus a unique ribbed design.

Auction 65 will cater to collectors from coast to coast, with Western whiskies, bitters examples, soda bottles and Western, early American and Masonic flasks.

We’ll try to oblige with Gold Dust Whiskey bottles in four different variants, a fine showing of Cutter bottles and dozens of other examples in excellent condition.”

— Jeff Wichmann

SACRAMENTO, CA, UNITED STATES, June 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — SACRAMENTO, Calif. – American Bottle Auctions’ next big sale – Auction 65, with bidding set to start on Friday, June 29th and end on Sunday, July 8th – will cater to collectors from coast to coast, with rare and important Western whiskies, rare bitters examples from East and West, soda bottles from Kentucky and Arizona, plus Western, early American and Masonic flasks.

Also offered will be a thorough selection of medicine bottles – Eastern and Western examples – as well as some great teakettle inkwells and master inks that are certain to garner attention. Most American Bottle Auctions online sales are weighted in favor of Western bottles, but Auction 65 will have an equal number of fine Eastern bottles. In all, around 250 bottles will come up for bid.

“Western whiskies have come on hard times but can still sell for decent numbers depending on the variant,” said Jeff Wichmann of American Bottle Auctions. “That’s especially true when you have the best of the best. We’ll try to oblige with Gold Dust Whiskey bottles in four different variants, a fine showing of Cutter bottles and dozens of other examples in excellent condition.”

A Gold Dust Barkhouse Brothers Kentucky Bourbon bottle (N. Vanbergen, Sole Agents), with applied top, boasts a mint grade of 9.5 out of 10. The bottle, produced circa 1871-1874, medium amber in color with lots of whittle, is one of nearly all of the variants known in this auction, all of which are in outstanding shape. Gold Dust was named after a famous race horse of the time.

Another whiskey to watch is a Turner Brothers (N.Y.) barrel-shaped quart bottle, reddish amber (or puce) in color and a strong example with an 8.5 grade. Turner Brothers also marketed bitters bottles, but this one is believed to be a whiskey. Fans of Western flasks will be wowed by the Goudie & McKeley Peppertree Saloon (San Pedro, Calif.) coffin-shaped amber flask, graded 9.9.

Other Western flasks will include some rare pumpkinseeds and amber flasks, plus an Arlington flask. Tops among the early American flasks is a beautiful Lafayette GI 86 bottle in the half-pint size, a nearly perfect piece of glass in a medium olive amber color. The flask, showing a bust of Lafayette (Coventry / C-T – Liberty Cap / S & S) grades 9, just for the wear, otherwise perfect.

The rare bitters bottles, representing both coasts, will feature a run of Drake’s Plantation Bitters, including a green example and a purple variant, both in mint condition; a run of National Bitters shaped like an ear of corn; and some lovely Western bitters, including the Henley’s IXL Bitters, an Alex Von Humboldt, a Lacour’s bottle, a dozen rare amber squares and other rare examples.

A Horse Shoe Bitters H 189 bottle (Horse Shoe Medicine Co., Collinsville, Ill.), with embossed galloping horse and tooled top, one of only a few known, is amber in color and graded mint 9.5. Also, a Baker’s Orange Grove Bitters bottle with applied top, smooth base, roped corners and a great name and shape, colored a nice orange amber and with light overall crudity, is graded 9.9.

An Original Pocahontas Bitters bottle, aqua in color, is graded a 9.8. Also, a Great Universal Compound Stomach Bitters bottle, patented 1870 (Professor Geo. J. Byrne, New York, USA), with applied top and an unusual flower design base, medium to deep amber, is graded at 9.5.

Sodas are a big hit with collectors. The sale features some rare bottles from Kentucky, to include the Garrison, J. Brosee Maysville and Lamppin’s Mineral Water, all from Kentucky. A genuine head-turner is the blue-green Geo. Eagle soda with applied top and iron pontil, an unusual bottle with a unique ribbed design having a beautiful color. It’s had a repair to the back top of the lip.

A J. Brosee (Maysville, Ky., formerly known as Limestone) Mineral Water bottle, circa 1848-1861, with an applied top and graphite pontil, was sold at a prior American Bottle Auctions sale, in 2008, for $7,500. Also, an early and rare J.W. Garrison Bullit (St. Louisville, Ky.) soda bottle with applied top and open pontil, covered with whittle and crudity, is a beautiful emerald green.

A Lamppin’s Mineral Water (Louisville, Ky.) bottle with applied top and smooth base, colored a brilliant medium green (not aqua, as in another example), has been cleaned and as a result is graded an 8.5. From the medicines category, a Wynkoop & Co. Tonic Mixture bottle (N.Y., “Warranted to Cure Fever & Ague”), 6 ½ inches tall, with applied top, open pontil, is graded 8.5.

Interested bidders may register for Auction #65 now, on the American Bottle Auctions website, at www.americanbottle.com. The lots will be numbered in consecutive order. Invoices will be issued after the auction unless American Bottle Auctions is instructed otherwise. A 15 percent buyer’s fee will be applied to all purchases. Inquires may be made to info@americanbottle.com.

Standard auction rules will apply. American Bottle Auctions does not do callbacks but, rather, has a 10-minute rule that applies to bids at the end of the auction. In essence, every bidder has a last opportunity to make a last winning bid. An online printable color catalog will be available soon, and all of the lots will be photographed and displayed in pictures and a streaming video.

Every effort will be made to present the items as close as possible to the real bottle. Additional pictures or videos are available on request. Potential customers are encouraged to come by the American Bottle Auction showroom, for an in-person look at all the bottles in the sale, although an appointment must be made in advance. To schedule an appointment, call (800) 806-7722.

American Bottle Auctions is always accepting quality consignments for future sales. To consign a single bottle or an entire collection, you may call them toll-free, at 1-800-806-7722; or, you can e-mail them at info@americanbottle.com. To learn more about American Bottle Auctions and Auction 65, slated to go online June 29th and end July 8th, please visit www.americanbottle.com.

Jeff Wichmann
American Bottle Auctions
(800) 806-7722
email us here


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Titan – The New and More Advanced Underwater Drone

Titan – Underwater Drone

MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA, June 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — In general, the majority of the drones are actually designed for the sky. But nowadays, the number of the drones are rapidly increasing even in underwater. Sky has always been a place that represents freedom and liberty. But underwater, deep inside the oceans is an undiscovered mystery. No one knows about that, This is why these underwater drones are very important and significant.

Geneinno was inside an underwater drone for almost 4 years’ time. They used this technology to benefit human lives, to discover many undiscovered facts. This first generation of the underwater drone was enthusiastically welcomed by many underwater photographers, researches, underwater scientists, marine life lovers and so on.

Very recently, the scientists have released a new underwater drone called Titan on the Kickstarter. It is widely believed that Titan will help in many underwater explorations. It will help users to find out many things which will benefit their underwater experience. This underwater drone is believed to bring a revolutionary change in the underwater world. It will capture certain pictures of places where a man will never be able to go, otherwise. It can even record live incidents, that are occurring in the underwater world. Titan will be able to dive as deep as 150 meters. This depth is much more than the rest of the drones, that are created so far.

This drone is designed very minutely, and detailed attention was given during its manufacture. The Titan has a port that can be extended, various innovative and technologically advanced devices and accessories can be installed later

This new generation drone has excellent high-quality features. Certain features of Titan are given below. These are:

It can go as deep as 150 meters.

It can document any fact of the undersea world.

With the help of a very advanced camera, it is possible to capture and record pictures and videos, underwater, without any problems.

Titan is very stable and flexible. It can move around at quite a rapid speed.

Thus it captures facts or incidents very fast.

It also has a LED spotlight feature system. This helps to create illumination, in dark ocean areas, where there is almost no light.

It is designed by experts with absolute details.

Titan is much more steady and much more developed than any other types of underwater drones. For a camera to be able to capture excellent pictures, it has to be stable. Also due to the rising pressure, underwater, the camera has to stable. Everything that you need is offered in the one kit with contains the drone. Customers are requested to keep faith in this drone, as it is soon going to bring a revolutionary impact in your life. Titan is going to be a phenomenal drone. It will reveal things that have never been discovered. Already it has collected more than $90,000. And very soon, it will become the new trendsetter. It will directly lead to all types of underwater expeditions.

Joey
Geneinno
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Titan – Underwater Drone


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Monthly Subscription Box LOVED+BLESSED Encourages and Reminds Women to Walk in Faith

loved+blessed

After dreaming of becoming a wife and a mother, I found myself facing infertility and needed something to remind me that no matter what happened, how things turned out, everything was going to be okay”

— Jamila Jackson, Founder, loved+blessed

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, June 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Everyone needs encouragement. With depression and suicide rates on the rise in the US, the need for people to feel loved, supported and accepted is more important than ever. But even in the best of times, daily life can be a struggle, and a small bit of encouragement can carry you through the day.

Jamila Jackson, founder of loved+blessed, understands firsthand how small bits of hope can make a significant impact on a life. After years of struggling with infertility, Jamila had a crisis of faith where she realized that she had become obsessed with motherhood. Once she gave this struggle to God, He, in turn, gave her the idea for “boxes of encouragement” that would help other women who are facing struggles, or who just need a reminder to slow down during a busy day.

Infertility, abuse, loneliness, divorce, single parenting, depression, singleness, caring for aging parents and a myriad of other issues plague women, but too often, these women suffer in silence and bear their struggles alone. Unfortunately, the church is often ill-equipped to support these issues.

"After dreaming of becoming a wife and a mother my whole life, I found myself facing infertility and just needed something to remind me that no matter what happened, no matter how things turned out, everything was going to be okay,” Jamila explains.

For the past 5 years, subscribers have received a monthly care package with a unique and God-inspired message that isn’t focused on products, but on helping women stay encouraged and grow in their faith. Each box is themed with an inspiring message, an uplifting Scripture that can be applied to their daily life, and gifts to brighten your day. Along with the physical product, women receive a monthly blog post and workbook that helps put the Word into action, as well as access to a private online group where subscribers can make friends, participate in discussions and share prayer requests.

Proceeds from every subscription box also go to help fund the vital work of Union Rescue Mission, providing essential needs and support for people living in the Skid Row area of Los Angeles.

“God has already used loved+blessed in miraculous ways,” Jamila continues. “I’ve been overwhelmed and honored to be able to play a part in helping women know that they are still loved, even when life doesn’t work out the way you expect. Our team is excited to watch how God continues to work through loved+blessed.”

https://www.lovedandblessed.com

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Lori Heiselman
FrontGate PR
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Matt Westin, Rahn Anthoni, Ed Roman, More Win At 5th Annual IMEA Awards

MTS Management Group and their artists, Matt Westin, Rahn Anthoni, Ed Roman and former client, Cherish Lee, were all winners at the 5th Annual IMEA Awards.

All I have is radio jocks and fans, who trust in what this movement is about. If it wasn’t for all of you, I would not have been on that platform to speak about The Special Needs Community.””

— Rahn Anthoni, IMEA Award Winner and founder of Special Needs Rock

PITTSBURGH, PA, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — MTS Management Group is proud to announce that they, and their artists, were winners at the 5th Annual International Music and Entertainment Association (IMEA) Awards. First-time nominees, Matt Westin and Rahn Anthoni were named Country Male Artist of the Year and R&B/Soul Artist of the Year, respectively. Ed Roman, a previous IMEA Award Winner, took home the honors for Best Adult Contemporary Song, "The Way She Goes." Previous client, represented by MTS during the nomination period, Cherish Lee won for Best Country Song, "Tequila Cowgirl." MTS Management Group was named Management Company of the Year, an honor they have won twice, previously.

Rahn Anthoni, who was in attendance and presented several awards said, "We won, Special Needs Community, and believe I gave a shout out to my kids….R&B Artist of The Year 2018, with I'll Trust You!!! Please believe me when I tell you, all I have is radio jocks and fans, who trust in what this movement is about. If it wasn't for all of you, I would not have been on that platform to speak about The Special Needs Community."

The ceremony, hosted by IMEA Chairman, Colt Chambers, was held this past Saturday, June 16, 2018. at Paramount Arts Center in Ashland, Kentucky. A full list of winners will be available on the IMEA site at www.imeaawards.com.

Nominees were selected, from nominee submissions, by an anonymous Nominating Committee, comprised of industry pros. Winners in each category are determined by the Voting Committee and a weighted fan vote. The IMEA Awards are presented annually by the International Music and Entertainment Association (IMEA). IMEA is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and serving as an advocate to individuals and organizations within the performing arts and entertainment industries. The IMEA Awards were developed to honor and recognize the best in independent music and entertainment, internationally. For more information, visit http://www.imeaonline.com.

Founded in 2010 by Award-winning songwriter, musician and producer, Michael Stover. A music industry veteran of over 30 years, Michael is a graduate of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, with a degree specializing in the Music and Video business. Michael has used that education to gain a wealth of experience within the industry: from retail music manager and DJ, to two-time Billboard Magazine Contest winning songwriter, performer and chart-topping producer, and finally, award-winning artist manager, publicist, promoter and label president. In just 8 years, MTS Records has released 33 Top 40 New Music Weekly country chart singles, including TWELVE #1s and 8 Top 85 Music Row chart singles.

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Michael Stover
MTS Management Group
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Murder on the High Seas!

Murder Mystery Mini Cruise

Murder Mystery Mini Cruise

Red Herring Games

Red Herring Games

CosyCruise - for the travelling detective

CosyCruise – for the travelling detective

The UK’s multi-award winning murder mystery company Red Herring Games today announce their latest event – a murder mystery mini cruise 5-7th October

GRIMSBY, N.E. LINCS, UNITED KINGDOM, June 18, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The UK’s multi-award winning murder mystery company Red Herring Games today announce their latest event – a murder mystery mini cruise!

Setting sail on the 5th October 2018 travelling between Hull and Amsterdam, this unique weekend experience will engage travellers in an immersive murder mystery experience from the moment they board.

The story will be set in the 1930s and is linking up (in prequel fashion) with the popular murder mystery subscription box the firm launched in 2017.

“Those currently engaged in our Cosykiller experience have said they’d love to meet our characters in real life.” Jo Smedley, Managing Director of Red Herring Games said. “This murder mystery mini-cruise is the obvious time to introduce them to each other.”

Cosykiller, which launched after a successful Kickstarter Campaign in 2017, follows the story of Marie Jones, a young woman sent out from England to India during the time of the Raj. Her disappearance in 1935 is the case under investigation by the subscription box fans.

“You don’t need to be involved in the subscription box to enjoy the weekend” Jo Smedley said. “This is a stand-alone event. It was just that everyone involved in Cosykiller wanted to meet Marie, and this seemed like a great way of making that possible. ”

The murder under investigation during the cruise is set on board a British ship heading for India and the colonies. As yet Red Herring Games aren’t revealing the suspects, the only thing they have confirmed is that the mysterious splash Marie Jones reported in her diary entries may be explored during the cruise.

“We’re planning a mix of activities during the voyage.” Jo Smedley said. “There will be clues delivered to the cabins, as well as suspects they can interrogate while on board. The cruise will run in a similar way to our live action multi-room events with clues and suspects in different areas of the ship. Guests can decide who they want to speak to and when, and also form their own lines of questioning. It’ll be very much participant led.”

Red Herring Games have designed events all over the world, creating bespoke murder mysteries from Hawaii to Egypt. They’ve worked with big names such as Crimecon and the Agatha Christie Festival, and have received numerous awards for their unique creative business.

This cruise will be their first interactive event on board a ferry.

“It might be our first time running a ship based event.” Jo said. “But it’s not our first experience designing for them. Our games have been played on both large private yachts and on cruise liners before. This’ll just be the first time we’ve been on board ourselves while the game plays out!”

Tickets for the Murder mystery Mini-cruise start at just £245 per person and can be obtained directly from them on 01472 348909.

Jo Smedley
Red Herring Games LTD
44 1472 348909
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Source: EIN Presswire