195 Derby Road ~ Middletown, NY 10940

EstateOfMind Sale Date
May 11, 2013 @ 11:00 a.m.

EstateOfMind is proud to offer the collections of Howard J. “Bud” Schroder 1921-2005, Michael Klotz 1924-2012, and a Rye NY Estate. The Bud Schroder collection will include his 63 year accumulation of fine antique toys, with his focus on cast-iron trains, horse-drawn fire trucks, tin lithograph vehicles incl. Lehmann, German, Marx Lindstrom, and others. Bud was a Navy veteran from 7/1940 – 7/1946. He served on the USS Hornet with Lt. Col. Doolittle and the USS Wasp under Adm. Nimitz, a recipient of the Purple Heart and a Retired NY Police Officer.

Michael Klotz’s collection will include an array of Tiffany & stained glass with many pieces crafted by Michael himself incl. lamps and windows. His windows are housed in the Holocaust Museum, the Daniel Webster Home, and municipalities throughout Orange Co. Michael Klotz was a holocaust survivor during WWII and a well-respected Orange Co. deputy sheriff for over 15 yrs.

The Rye NY Estate will include artwork, period furniture, silver, porcelain, Oriental rugs, stamp collections, sports memorabilia, musical instruments, firearms, & more…

Tiffany domestic window, circa 1910

Metcalf, circa 1875

The Little Duke trade stimulator, circa 1896

Preview –
Friday, May 10th, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 11th, 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Absentee & Phone Bids must be submitted by Friday 3:00 p.m.

Auction - Saturday, May 11th, 11:00 a.m.

13% Buyer’s Premium for Cash & Check Purchases
15% Buyer’s Premium for Credit & Debit Purchases
18% Buyer’s Premium for Live Auctioneers – will promote a small portion of sale.


Come and enjoy a Spring day in the Hudson Valley.
Under a large tent, rain or shine. Catering and restrooms will be available. FREE COFFEE

For More Information Visit Our Website @ www.estateofmind.biz
Office 845-386-4403 • Fax 845-386-2209 • E-mail: [email protected]


EstateOfMind will be accepting donations for the Purple Heart and Holocaust Museums in memory of Howard J. “Bud” Schroder and Michael Klotz.