Known as the William P. Crawford House
409 W. Fifth Bonham, TX
Constructed at the turn of the century by William P. Crawford, founder and owner of one of the first full-line department stores in Bonham, the handsome edifice displays the first sign of the stylistic transition from Victoria styling to Colonial Revival, which became popular for large homes in Texas from 1900 to World War I. In plan an overall form, the house displays asymmetrical Victorian touches in its crenulated roof line, assortment of bays and wraparound veranda. However, its port cohere, and porch columns, bracketed cornice, panel plinths and garland trimmed frieze are Greek and Roman motifs reborn in the early 20th century’s Colonial Revival architecture.
The many windows are perhaps the houses most exquisite Victorian feature. A mélange of stained, beveled and small paned windows is set in an assortment of picturesquely square, round, rectangular and eyebrow-shaped frames. The fish-scale shingles on the surface of the dwelling also bear a Victorian stamp.
Crawford progeny continued to occupy the house until 1949, at which time it was purchased by what proved to be a succession of owners including the Rev. Paul Campbell, long time pastor of the First Christian Church of Bonham.
LARGE 2 DAY AUCTION
HOME & CONTENTS TO SELL AT AUCTION
SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 2014 10:00 AM TIL 5:00 PM
SUNDAY OCTOBER 19, 2014 1:00 PM TIL COMPLETE
409 W. 5TH
BONHAM, TEXAS 75418
10% buyers Premium
BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL REVIAL HOME SETS ON ½ ACRE OF LAND DOWNTOWN BONHAM TEXAS, 3 BLOCKS OFF SQUARE. ALONG WITH LIFETIME COLLECTION OF FINE ANTIQUE FURNITURE, CRYSTAL AND PORCELAINS, PAINTINGS, JEWELRY, GOLD POCKET WATCHES, COINS ANTIQUE GUNS, RUGS, AND BRONZE STATUARY. 1998 40 FOOT HOLIDAY RAMBLER MOTOR HOME WITH 350 CUMMINGS APPROXIMATELY 50,000 MILES.1930 MODEL A FORD COUP
Beautiful Oak raised panel S Roll top 60 inch desk circa 1900, 9-Tube Grandfather Clock Bigelow Kennard & Company Boston, Mass. With early German works, 5 Outstanding Bedroom suites including American Golden Oak carved bedroom suites, Victorian Walnut marble top bedroom suite, Poster bed suite, Inlay French Satinwood Bedroom suite, Early Oak Needlepoint Rocker and Chair, Petite Point Fire Screen, Rosewood Parlor Organ, Outstanding 10 pc. Walnut Dining room Suite ,Outstanding Oak Hunszinger Table, Victor Victrola VV-130 model 5051, Early Music Box, Cedar lined blanket chest, Pair of Outstanding Early Victorian Parlor Chairs,4- Large Bow front Oak China Cabinet, Exceptional Mahogany Bookcase with beveled mirror doors and ornate gallery, Several outstanding Victorian Walnut Marble top Tables, Victorian Walnut Dining table & Chairs, Early Coffee Grinder, Beautiful Curved glass Corner China Cabinet, Early Slave cradle , Brass Baby bed, Wicker baby bed set, Early Youth Morris Chair, Oak Side by Side bookcase, Walnut library table, French ladies writing desk
Collection of Early Carnival Glass, Old Cut Crystal including large Brilliant Cut Punch Bowl, Royal Dux Porcelains, Set of Royal Doulton China, Limoges, Depression Glass, Flo Blue including Flo Blue Pitcher & Bowl Set, Celluloid dresser boxes, Collection of Wave crest porcelains including Lamps, Over 100 pieces of Blue Danube, Royal Albert Bone China Set, RS Prussia porcelain bowls, German Steins, Austria Porcelain Fish Set, Pair of Porcelain Wall Pictures, Roseville, and more.
Early Oil Painting by Noted Artists, Antique Rugs, Collection of Gold Pocket watches,
Coin Collection including 200 Early Silver dollars, Gold coins $20.00, $10.00, $5.00, 5,000 Wheat pennies, Silver ½ dollars, quarters, dimes, buffalo nickels, Indian head pennies, $500.00 bill, Silver Certificate bills.
Antique guns: Approx. 35 antique guns Colts & Winchester 1886, 94, 92, 1879, 73, 61, 66 yellow boy, Marlin 336,EARLY Henry serial # 50-50 Colt Engraved pistols, Single ACTION 45 CAL., 41 cal. And more
Order of Auction & Terms
Sale begins at 10:00 am with home contents
Home will sell approximately 1:00 pm Saturday followed by Motor home and Model A
Sunday all Guns, Coins Jewelry and remaining contents will sell.
Viewing will be Friday October 17, 2014 10:00am till 6:00 pm No Viewing of items selling Sunday will be permitted Saturday. Sunday items may be viewed Friday or Sunday 10:00 am till Auction.
For additional information on home contact Bois d’ Arc Realty Randy Ownby 972-571-6007
Cash or check with proper ID. If using a resale tax permits number you must furnish auction with copy.
Announcements made day of sale supersedes all other advertising.
H.A. Miears Auctioneer TX#6242 405-627-1767
Auctionner note: Due to the volume of this auction we have attempted to outline approximate times certain things will be sold. This is a very large auction and we will not be able to sell everything in one day.