Anderson Feed Mill & Supply Complex
VINTAGE METAL SIGNS & HISTORIC CONTENTS FOR SALE
"Even in its abandoned condition the Anderson complex is a rare surviving example of this property type in the region and exhibits a remarkable level of integrity."
The Accord Historic District is located in the Rondout Valley in the southeastern part of the Town of Rochester in Ulster County, New York. The district encompasses the hamlet of Accord, which has been the town center since the Delaware & Hudson Canal established Port Jackson there in 1825.
The town center expanded and prospered during the first half of the 20th century. Commercial establishments multiplied along what had become known as Main Street. Stores provided market goods as well as fresh produce and provisions to the neighborhood, while ice cream and candy shops, pool halls and other attractions entertained the tourists boarding at local guest houses and resorts. Farm and household supply facilities were built near the depot, of which the storage buildings associated with a large feed and coal supply business is a rare and significant feature.
The contents inside the building or dated from the late 1800s to the 1960s. Now available at our auction house.
Scott Daniel's will be exhibiting and presenting these contents for sale.
Early Marble 1900's Soda Fountain Bar
Country Cupboard Desk
Postcard Collection (Pre 1910)
Large Beacon Feed Sign
Wood Bar with Ticket Window
1800s Sulky Horse Cart
Large Metal Red Rose Feed Sign
Assorted Wood Shipping Crates
Price: $50.00 to $120.00
Mid-1800s Blanket Trunk
Any purchase of the above-listed items comes with a Certificate of Authenticity explaining the provenance. Please contact us at (845)372-4787 for further details regarding the contents of this historic property.
1959 Large Vintage Metal "Beacon Feed Sign"
Beacon feeds service sign manufactured by A-M Sign Company, Lynchburg Virginia. Sign measures 44.5 inches by 115.5 inches.
Dimensions: 44.5 x 115.5 inches
Medium: Vintage Advertising
Provenance: The Anderson Property
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Early 1900s Marble Soda Fountain Bar
1900's MARBLE and ALABASTER SODA FOUNTAIN BAR; ROBERT M. GREEN and SONS "POLAR COUNTER SERVICE". This is a newly discovered barn find (TRUE BARN FIND). We have full provenance on the piece. It was made in the early 1900s by Robert M Green & Sons. The latest patent date marked on it is 1909. It has the marble top, alabaster 3 spigot fountainhead, all of the pumps, all of the 6-inch marked Robert M Green and Sons porcelain containers manufactured by International Pottery Co. Trenton NJ (with NO CHIPS OR CRACKS). Provenance: For decades the property belonged to one of the richest families in the Upstate New York Hudson Valley region. They had this property since the 1800s and ran a feed store, general store, coal mining operation, fuel, and even one of the first Ford dealerships in the area. Measurements: Overall Height: 38 inches x Overall Length: 63 1/2 inches x Overall Depth: 24 inches. If you require further measurements, please contact us. It is being sold as-is and be prepared IT IS ALMOST 1 TON! We will be happy to answer questions pertaining to this historic piece.
Dimensions: Overall Height: 38 inches x Overall Length: 63 1/2 inches x Overall Depth: 24 inches.
Asking Price: $4,200.00