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Reyne Gauge: Halloween Is not Just For youths!
Halloween has long been my favorite holiday. As what are oils a kid, my brother and i created haunted houses with our neighbors, weird “goo” for youths to have to stick their hands in that we called brains. Scary costumes and creepy music and the day/night were complete.
As an adult, I suppose I never grew out of desirous to create creepy scenes, and give you a “to die for” costume. A few of my favorite outfits were Bride of Frankenstein, complete with a early 1900’s wedding dress and veil. Mommy Dearest with a great 50’s outfit, bob black wig, and martini glass and wire hangers to hold. I event went as Christina Applegate one year when she was on Married with Children. (My friend went as her mother on the show, we were quite the hit!)
One thing I never collected, though always wanted to, was vintage Halloween items. Papier-mache pumpkins, black cat noisemakers, old costumes… I’ll admit I’ve bought numerous vintage Halloween postcards over time, mounted them on to black stock cards and sent them to good friends.
Apparently I am not the one kid trapped in an adult’s body with a passion for Halloween. The parents at Dan Morphy’s Auctions (www.morphyauctions.com) shook the trees and managed to seek out what are oils hundreds of enthusiasts who were willing to plunk down serious money for a Halloween “treat”.
The sale consisted of 887 lots, (Halloween AND Christmas items), and brought $370,000. There were 100 people in attendance, 150+ on the phone and over 400 on the internet vying for the holiday goodies.
One among the top lots was a German veggie man, complete with radish arms, and a watermelon head. As a bonus it also had eyes that moved from side to side. It was thought to be a store display. It had a pre-sale estimate of $10,000-20,000 and brought $19,550.
And what sale would be complete without a kind of papier-mache lanterns I have always wanted. They had a 7.5 inches tall one with a comical grin that was estimated at $2,500 – $3,500. It sold for $10,350.
The identical price was achieved for a set of nodders; which included a witch, a cat, devil, and three pumpkin heads. I do not think my bobble head doll has ever sold for that kind of money!
It is safe to say this week once i attend Round Top, I’ll be on the hunt for some unique Halloween items to assist decorate my home this year. Knowing there are reproductions of this stuff, I hope to not be “tricked”.
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