Filed under: Auctions
It's time once again for one of the greatest shows in the antiques world. Red Baron's Antiques in Georgia hosts huge auctions that people come from miles around to check out. The auction feature over 2500 items and have everything from furniture and memorabilia to vintage cars. It's a very unique collection every time at this shop that bills itself as the home of the amazing and unusual. The next auction, scheduled for June 25 and 26 brings together vintage firearms, a 1972 Dodge Polara California Highway Patrol Car, and something called a "Bonneville" boat/car sculpture which appears to be a wooden boat on wheels.
One of the better parts of the Red Baron inventory is the selection of architectural antiques. Another piece of the Yellowstone Club has ended up here too, a tasting room that was originally from a castle in Scotland, brought to the States in the 1940s and used in a mansion in Westchester County, New York before it was snapped up by the antiques-crazy Blixseths. There are also several bars including the "Harley Pub-Bar" shown above which has swinging doors, stained and jeweled glass windows, beveled mirrors, sink, wine rack and a storage cabinet adorned with Harley Davidson carvings and decorative bikes.