Abner And Aaron Zook Artwork Sell At Witman Auctioneers Sale

February 2, 2017

Witman Auctioneers Inc., of Manheim Pa., conducted a public auction on Jan. 21 at Encks Banquet and Conference Center in Manheim. There were 207 registered bidders.
The following were some of the items sold. A large Abner Zook three-dimensional diorama-style artwork dated “1983” brought $11,550, and an Aaron Zook piece dated “1987” sold for $3,300. The two were twins who grew up within the Amish community. Throughout the 1970s and ’80s, both men produced hundreds of three-dimensional, diorama-style artworks, combining very finely executed painting and sculpture.
A Remington Model 14 35-500 sold for $550, and a Smith & Wesson five-shot revolver, $412. A German Luftwaffe helmet went for $660 and a German officers hat, $330. A 1970 Hess toy truck sold for $450; a Tonka livestock truck, $187; and another Tonka toy truck, $176.
To contact Witman Auctioneers Inc., call 717-665-5735.


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