2-Day Winter Antique & Fine Art Auction
Totals Nearly $2.2 Million!!!

Auction: February 3rd & 4th, 2011

Preview: February 2nd, 2011
Preview: February 3 & 4, 2011

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1020
Revised: 2/2/2011

Additional Provenance: The following information was provided by the consignor whose father acquired the two Audubon prints from the Ward Bros. Harry Chesley (1909-1991). Harry married Dorothy Todd in 1937. Dorothy was teh daughter of Captain Ira Todd of Crisfield, Maryland. Through the Todd’s, Mr. Chesley met and became friends with Lem and Steve Ward. Harry Chesley, Jr. was a sales manager for Swift & Company and national sales manager for Pabst Brewing Company. During WWII he was lieutenant colonel and executive vice president of marketing and advertising at the Phillip Morris, Co.

AFTER JOHN JAMES AUDUBON (American, 1785-1851) TWO WORKS: “MALLARD DUCK” & “CANVAS-BACKED DUCK”. 1) Bien Edition, No. 2-1, Plate 385. Below image on bottom left “Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S. F.L.S.” Bottom right “Chromolithograph by J. Bien, NY, 1860”. Titled at center bottom. The scene shows two male and two female Mallard ducks in a marshy area. 2) Bien Edition; No. 15-1, Plate 395. Below image on bottom left “Drawn from Nature by J.J. Audubon, F.R.S. F.L.S.”. Title at center below image and no writing on bottom right where normally the Bien Edition is noted. The scene shows two male and one female canvas-backed ducks at shoreline edge with a view of the City of Baltimore in the background. Housed in an oak wood frame with matte. Along with a signed copy of “Pioneer Decoy Carvers” by Berkley. SIZE: 1) Total with margins: 26-1/2″ h x 39-1/2″ w. Image: 23-1/2″ x 36-1/2″. 2) Total with margin: 26″ x 38-14″. Image: 23-1/2″ x 36″. PROVENANCE: According to our consignor, these originally were in the collection of Ward Bros., famous decoy carvers from Crisfield, MD. CONDITION: 1) Laid down on light cardboard, all over tone, some insect damage with small holes, margin with losses and tears, in need of restoration. 2) The print has been glued to light board, all over toning, water stains and foxing lines, tear at center, losses and tears to margin. In need of restoration. 9-20693, 9-20694 (3,000-6,000)

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1036
Revised: 2/2/2011

Correction: The painting is not Mrs. Stanbury

TONY BINDER (British, 1868-1944) PORTRAIT OF MRS. STANBURY BY FIRE WITH CUP OF TEA. Oil on canvas shows an older woman seated in a Victorian red leather chair next to a blazing fire in a fancy room setting. Signed lower right “Tony Binder, 1915″. Housed in a fine antique gesso decorated gilt frame with gilt liner. NOTE: The name of the sitter was found on an old appraisal. SIZE: 14″ x 18”. PROVENANCE: Woolworth Collection (F.W. Woolworth Dept. Store). CONDITION: Some light craquelure/consolidation, otherwise very good. 9-21289 (1,500-2,500)

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1096
Revised: 2/2/2011

Correction: The painting is correct as cataloged although it has been relined.

CHARLES WILSON KNAPP (American, 1823-1900) RIVER VALLEY. Oil on canvas scene shows a river winding under background mountains under a light morning sky. The foreground showing a cart path around water to a grove a trees. Housed in a good reproduction gesso decorated gilt frame. SIZE: 12″ x 26″. CONDITION: Some touch up, very good. 9-21562 (4,000-6,000)

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1128
Revised: 2/2/2011

Please Note: Painting is as described, however, the Provenance listed does not apply to this painting.

ATTRIBUTED TO LUIGI ROBERTO (Italian, 1845-1910) PORTRAIT OF THE SCHOONER “ARICEEN”. Unsigned gouache ship portrait shows the three-mast white hulled schooner sailing left to right in choppy seas. Partial sails are up with four men on deck. The ship name is emblazoned on the bow. Title at bottom in ocean “Ariceen-John Churchill Master”. Housed in a good silver gilt modern frame with tan linen matte. The Ariceen was launched in 1917 and built in Liverpool, Nova Scotia by William K. McKean. SIZE: Sight: 15-1/2″ x 21″. PROVENANCE: De-accessioned from the Halifax Maritime Museum. CONDITION: Very good. 9-20561 (1,000-2,000)

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1154a
Revised: 1/4/2011

Lot Added

WILLIAM A. HILL (American, Mid 20th Century) “THE RACE”. Oil on canvas scene shows two two-mast sailing vessels side by side sailing right to left in blue white tipped ocean. Signed lower left “W A Hill”. Housed in an oak molded wood frame. Title written on back of stretcher. SIZE: 18″ x 24″. CONDITION: Craquelure, some chipping at center and sky, inpainting. Good. 9-21744 (800-1,200)

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1161
Revised: 2/2/2011

Additional Information: There is a repair with a patch just below island with corresponding inpainting. Canvas needs tightening to stretcher.

JOHN NEWTON HOWITT (American, 1885-1958) SUMMER CANOEING ON THE LAKE. Large oil on canvas scene shows a canoe with man and woman stopping to greet a woman and her dog on nearby shore. The light clouds are reflected in the water. Signed lower left and dated “1920”. Housed in a simple wood frame. SIZE: 35″ x 50″. CONDITION: Surface dirt, very good. 9-20048 (1,500-2,500)

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1365
Revised: 2/1/2011

UNSIGNED (American, 19th/20th Century) THE PATH BY THE APPLE TREE. Oil on canvas springtime scene shows a woman walking along a path from a connected farmhouse beside a flowering apple tree. Housed in a gold decorated antique frame. SIZE: 10″ x 15-1/2″. CONDITION: Discolored varnish layer, otherwise very good. 9-20764 (250-300)

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2029
Revised: 2/3/2011

Correction: The Gebelein bowl is silver plate, not sterling silver.

TWO BOSTON GILT STERLING SERVING PIECES. 1) 3-1/2″ h x 9-1/4″ dia. Gebelein hand hammered footed bowl having notched edge rim marked “Gebelein, Boston”, no monogram. 2) 6″ h x 10″ w fancy paneled teapot marked “Rich & Willard, Boston Fine” (probably 800 silver). Bottom engraved “Artemas Ward”. The teapot having panels of flowers and the cover having a swan finial. WEIGHT: 42 tr. oz. PROVENANCE: From the private collection of Dorothy-Lee Jones. CONDITION: Some light loss to gilding on bowl, otherwise very good. 9-21427 (700-900)

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2107
Revised: 2/8/2011

Correction: Description is correct, image is not. Image is for Lot 2107A.(IMAGE ON ARTFACT AND ONLINE CATALOG ARE CORRECT)

GROUP OF 11 FAMILLE ROSE TEAWARES. First half 20th century. Comprising a pair of quadrangular form vases with five tea cups and saucers. Decorated overall with pink flower heads. SIZE: Vases: 9-3/4″ h. Cup: 2-1/2″ dia. Saucer: 4-3/4″ dia. PROVENANCE: Woolworth Collection (F.W. Woolworth Dept. Store). CONDITION: With minor chips on two cup rims with hairlines. Otherwise good. 9-21365-1 (700-900)

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2108
Revised: 2/2/2011

Additional Information: There is a “V”-shaped repair (approximately 2″ in length) to neck.

FAMILLE ROSE ORIENTAL GOURD FORM LAMP. Second half 19th century. The vase in shades of green with flower heads and scrolling vinery. The opposing ivory panels each centering a polychrome decorated floral filled urn. Raised on a carved hardwood stand, now mounted as a lamp. SIZE: 29-3/4″ h overall, 19″ h of vase. PROVENANCE: Woolworth Collection (F.W. Woolworth Dept. Store). CONDITION: Vase with several small vertical hairline age cracks. Otherwise very good. 9-21372 (300-500)

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2180
Revised: 2/2/2011

Please Note: Letter is correct and genuine. However 1822 in description is a typographical error. It is 1812.

FRAMED STEPHEN DECATUR LETTER. The gilt wood framed presentation including a colored engraving of Stephen Decatur in a battle in the Barbary Wars. Below which is a one-page letter headed “Brooklyn Sept. 27th, 1822”. It is signed “God Bless You” “Decatur” and sent to Capt. G.W. (George Washington) Rodgers, US Navy. The letter as follows: “Dear Rodgers, I have just a few moments to offer and them I will give to you. do not come home for some days. I would not caution you against it, was it not that there is a case of yellow fever next door to your house. (a black man from N.Y.) I see by the papers that the next examination of midshipmen will be held in this city on the 1st of Oct. and will be conducted by Captains Porter, Evans & McDonoughy. What time will Com’d. Rodgers return. and will he stop at the yard? Give me this information. I am afraid that I shall be compelled to publish my paper, I intend sending them a copy of my charges against Capt. Evans. Passed my best respects to Mrs. R, Mrs. P. not forgetting Mr. and Mrs. P. Your friend in haste, God Bless You, Decatur”. NOTE: An interesting reference by Decatur to a “black” man at a time when this was not the usual term for an African America. The back having a certificate of authenticity from Charles Hamilton Autographs affixed with a wax seal. SIZE: Letter: 9-1/2″ x 7-1/2″. Total: 25-1/2″ x 14-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good, some fold and light foxing. 9-20886 (2,000-4,000)

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2181
Revised: 1/12/2011

Additional Information: Click here to read the transcript.

JAMES BUCHANAN (1791-1868) SIGNED LETTER TO GENERAL GEORGE BOWMAN. The autographed letter signed “James Buchanan” and dated 21 September 1861 from “Wheatland near Lancaster”. The four page letter on single folded sheet discusses General Bowman’s support of Buchanan while in the final days of his Presidency vis-a-vis the actions of secessionists in the weeks prior to the attack on Fort Sumpter. SIZE: 6-3/4″ x 8-1/2″ sight. CONDITION: Professionally mounted in a two sided frame. Letter somewhat faded, but readable. Very good with no insect damage, tears or losses. 9-20896 (5,000-10,000)

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2257
Revised: 2/2/2011

Correction: Weathervanes are as cataloged. The estimate however is incorrect. The estimate should be $4,500 – $5,500.

UNIQUE PAIR OF SHEET STEEL CROWNED LION WEATHERVANES. Last quarter 19th century. Each in the form of a rearing crowned lion with double tail, holding orb, elements to be found in various heraldic emblems and coats-of-arms. Fashioned from two steel sheets riveted together, giving 3-dimensional effect to body of lion and to orb. Mounted and swiveling on steel post with attached directionals, arrow, and copper ball, terminating in X-form scrolled wrought iron base. SIZE: Each vane 28-1/2″ h. x 24″ w. and 65″ h. overall. PROVENANCE: Consignor states that this fine pair of weathervanes was removed from the New Hope School building in Sarasota, Florida. CONDITION: One lion in very good condition, structurally intact. Second lion with old restoration at juncture of orb and body, one rear leg slightly bent at ankle, some structural deterioration due to rusting at front rear paw. Each base with normal and expected weathering and minor rusting. One ball with bullet hole at mid-molding. 9-99631 (6,000-8,000)

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2279
Revised: 2/2/2011

Correction: The item is as cataloged. The estimate however is incorrect. The estimate should be $1,000 – $1,500.

JACOBEAN STYLE OAK JOINT STOOL. Second half 19th Century. The rectangular top with molded edge pegged above the conforming molded frieze raised on sloping block and baluster turned legs joined by a rectangular box stretcher. SIZE: 17″ h x 15″ l x 9-3/4″ w. CONDITION: This nice benchmade example retains original surfaces and deep patina. Of pegged construction- intact. 9-20970 (1,000-1,500)

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2297
Revised: 2/2/2011

Please Note: Under condition it should have been noted that the top hinge on the right side is broken.

SHERATON CARVED BIRCH AND MAHOGANY CARD TABLE. Second quarter 19th century, Maine. The rectangular hinged top with incurved sides and serpentine front edges and outset rounded corners above the conforming frieze of figured mahogany panels raised on spiral twist ring turned cylindrical legs terminating in ball feet. SIZE: 29-1/4″ h x 36″ w x 17-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Surfaces cleaned. Proper left rear leg with restoration. Otherwise very good. 9-21697 (800-1,200)

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2300
Revised: 2/2/2011

Correction: The description is correct. The image is not correct. To see the correct image in the printed catalog, go to Lot #2504.

SHERATON BIRCH AND POPLAR ONE DRAWER STAND. Second quarter 19th century. The rectangular top projecting above the conforming canted frieze fitted with a single drawer, raised on splayed ring turned cylindrical legs terminating in ball feet. The whole now in early 20th century green and red paint. SIZE: 27-3/4″ h x 16-1/2″ w x 18-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Top slightly bowed and reset. 2-1/2″ splinter missing top of proper left front leg. Otherwise good. 9-20740 (425-500)

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2346
Revised: 2/2/2011

Additional Information: The description and image are correct. Since the catalog printing we have learned from the family that it was one of Barbara’s favorite items in the collection and was originally purchased by her from Edit Gregor Halpert Antiques of NYC in the 1950s.

SHERATON PENNSYLVANIA STENCIL DECORATED TRIPLE BACK SETTEE. Second quarter 19th century. The rectangular crestrail with shaped ears joined to three shaped splats alternating with stiles all stencil decorated with clusters of fruit and nuts. The downswept arms with roll supports centering as shaped plank seat raised on eight swelled cylindrical legs joined by a box stretcher. SIZE: 35-1/2″ h of back x 74″ l overall, 17″ h of seat. PROVENANCE: Barbara J. Thornsjo Estate, Albion, Maine CONDITION: All painted and stenciled surfaces original with extensive wear on armrests. Frame with multiple shallow surface scratches. Structurally intact. Good overall. 9-20832 (500-800)

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2374
Revised: 2/2/2011

Additional Information: We have attained further information on this fine violin and case. Mrs. Thornsjo’s former husband told her that “this violin was purchased in the 30s from Karl Scheurer for $500. Mr. Scheurer has been concert master of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra under Ormandy. He was the direct descendant of generations of court musicians. he represented that the violin was more than 60 years of age and was made by a prominent firm in Cologne, Germany. The label in this violin at time of purchase supported this representation. Mr. Scheurer also said he had played this violin under Ormandy beacause of its mellow quality, especially in lower ranges, when Mr. Ormandy wanted that sound. The current label was a serious mistake made at a later date when the instrument was “cleaned”. Neither bow nor the case are original to this violin”.

VIOLIN WITH GOTZ BOW AND CASE. Early 20th century. The violin with two part back and repair label on interior printed “Repaired by/ Chas. Herbrig, Violin Maker/St. Paul”. Fitted in its original case with sheet music, replacement strings and rosin. The bow by Conrad Gotz and so marked on the shaft and on the frog in script. SIZE: Violin: 23-1/2″ l. Case: 29″ l. PROVENANCE: Barbara J. Thornsjo Estate, Albion, Maine CONDITION: Violin with some professional repairs of unknown type. With new bridge. Finish in fair condition. Case in very good condition. Bow hair in need of replacement. 9-20861 (400-600)

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2382
Revised: 2/2/2011

Please Note: The description and the image are correct, however there is a typographical error. The size is not 24″ x 60. IT IS 24″ x 16″.

POPEYE FIGURAL WINDMILL WHIRLIGIG. Articulated silhouette figure of Popeye turning a six-spoke red & white windmill. All stand on a cut corner green board which has a center pole and painted wood slab base. SIZE: 24″ h x 60″ w. CONDITION: In working order, shows some use with paint deterioration on base but still very nice. 9-20849 (150-250)

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2405
Revised: 2/2/2011

Additional Information: We have been told by the consignor that this was purchased from Lolani Palace of Queen Lilivokaiani.

TURNED POI BOWL OF KOA. Late 19th, early 20th century. This nice turned and polished example with smooth base and slightly flaring sides. SIZE: 6-1/4″ h x 11-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good overall with minor and minimal age cracks descending from rim. Nice mid brown patina. 9-21557 (1,000-2,000)

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2504
Revised: 2/2/2011

Correction: The description is correct. The image is not correct. To see the correct image in the printed catalog, go to Lot #2300.

COUNTRY FEDERAL ONE DRAWER STAND. Early 19th century. The rectangular pine top above the conforming frieze fitted with a single drawer raised on square tapered legs. SIZE: 28-1/2″ h x 18″ w x 17-1/2″ d. CONDITION: With skinned old painted surfaces, top reset, replaced drawer. 9-20768 (400-600)

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2532
Revised: 2/2/2011

Please Note: Cup & Saucer is not included in this lot.

DEDHAM POTTERY ‘NIGHT & MORNING’ PITCHER,RABBIT CUP & SAUCER AND MAGNOLIA PLATE. 1st Third 20th Century. Massachusetts. The 5″ pitcher with an under-glaze blue rabbit mark within a rectangle and the date mark “1931”. The 3-1/2″ diameter 4 O’Clock tea cup and 5-1/4″ saucer with under-glaze blue Dedham pottery rabbit mark. The 9-3/4″ Magnolia pattern plate with a rabbit Dedham pottery mark in under-glaze blue together with the date of manufacture “2/11/14”. PROVENANCE: From the private collection of Dorothy-Lee Jones. CONDITION: All three examples in very good condition. The pitcher with three glazing imperfections within roosters on morning side. The saucer with a shallow 1/4″ rim chip. 9-21461 (600-900)

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2532a
Revised: 2/2/2011

Additional Information: There is a vertical hairline on the side of one cup from the lip to midpoint.

Lot Added

EIGHT PIECES OF DEDHAM POTTERY. All rabbit decorated in blue and white glazes. Lot consists of: Four 6″ saucers; three 4″ dia. handled cups; 5-1/2″ h covered teapot. The teapot dated 1932, all others have blue mark except for one cup. CONDITION: Very good with no cracks or chips. 9-99133 (500-800)

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2533
Revised: 2/2/2011

Please Note: Regarding the inkstand. There is only 1 of the 2 ink receptacles present.

ART DECO WEDGWOOD INKWELL WITH TWO FRED PARSONS ARTS AND CRAFTS TILES. First third 20th Century. The inkwell with tray in green matte finish by Keith Murray, Model number 11B33 ex “THE MOANS COLLECTION”. Of rectangular form in the Art Deco taste, the raised inkwells within a case and original lid. The tiles depicting “THE SOWER”, the larger a profile bust portrait of a young child titled “SPRING”. Both with the incised mark of Frederick Parsons, Boston, Mass. SIZE: Inkwell 3-3/4″ h x 10″ l x 5-1/2″ w; Tiles 5-1/2″ x 4″ and 6″ x 6″ respectively. PROVENANCE: From the private collection of Dorothy-Lee Jones. CONDITION: Inkwell very good. Tiles each with small surface abrasions and losses on front. Labels are intact and legible. 9-21477 (700-900)

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2539
Revised: 2/2/2011

Please Note: Information regarding the marks were inadvertently left out of the original description. The case is actually marked on the top side with an oval touch mark “84”, bust facing right with Delta mark and this is definitely a Russian made case.

UNMARKED ENAMEL CIGARETTE CASE. The gold wash interior having no marks, probably Russian. The outside with flowerheads, C-scrolls and colorful flowers. The opening mechanism mounted with a red oval stone. WEIGHT: 5 tr. oz. SIZE: 4-1/2″ x 3″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21734 (800-1,000)

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2568
Revised: 2/2/2011

Additional Information: 1) Not all are signed Hawkes. 2) Not all are the same pattern. 3) 10 Sherbets are signed. 4) Bowls and wines are unmarked. 5) Many with small base chips.

PARTIAL SET OF HAWKES CUT AND POLISHED STEMWARE. Last quarter 19th century. Comprising ten 5″ h sherbets, five 3-1/2″ h wine stems and one 6″ dia bowl. All decorated with scrolling floral vinery. SIZE: As noted. PROVENANCE: Woolworth Collection (F.W. Woolworth Dept. Store). CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-21386 (300-500)

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2576
Revised: 2/2/2011

Additional Information: The original 27″ leaf accompanies the table giving it a total length of 99″.

REGENCY STYLE TWO PEDESTAL MAHOGANY DINING TABLE. Mid 20th century. In two parts, each D-form section with reeded edge tilting above a ring turned standard raised on a tripod saber leg pedestal, terminating in brass capped claw foot casters. The original 27″ leaf accompanies the table. SIZE: 28-1/2″ h x 6′ l x 42″ w. (99″ l including leaf) CONDITION: Very good overall, retaining original surfaces. 9-97812 TG (1,000-1,400)

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2599b
Revised: 1/4/2011

Lot Added

MAHAL ORIENTAL RUG. The arabesque indigo poled medallion on a rose red field with dense floral vinery. SIZE: 12’6″ x 9’6″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-21748 (400-600)

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2638a
Revised: 1/4/2011

Lot Added

INDO-KASHAN ORIENTAL RUG. The central indigo poled medallion on a wine red field with dense floral vinery within a blue/black main border. SIZE: 13′ x 9’8″. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-21747 (500-700)

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2663a
Revised: 1/4/2011

Lot Addenda

KHORASAN ORIENTAL RUG. Central indigo floral medallion on a claret field of floral vinery. SIZE: 12’10” x 9’4″. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-21746 (400-600)

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2663b
Revised: 1/4/2011

Lot Added

KHORASAN ORIENTAL RUG. Central blue/black floral medallion on a red floral field. SIZE: 12’7″ x 9’5″. CONDITION: With areas of overall even wear. 9-21745 (300-500)

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2728
Revised: 2/2/2011

Correction: The estimate should be $150 – $250.

DRYSINK BUCKET, CUTLERY BOX & UTILITY CARRIER. Circa 1900. The first in cream paint with sheet steel band. The second in green paint. The last in gray. SIZE: 1st: 11″ dia. 2nd: 15-1/2″ l. 3rd: 15″ l. CONDITION: All showing wear but structurally good. 9-20742 (75-100)

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2750a
Revised: 1/4/2011

Lot Added

FINE DEEP BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATTER “AMERICAN VILLA”. Unmarked scene shows a large three-story building with two side wings, church steeple, woman and man with donkey having mountain background. Flower and fruit border. SIZE: 18-1/2″ x 13-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good, no chips or cracks. 9-98882 (600-800)

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2770
Revised: 2/2/2011

Please Note: Lot 2770 has been withdrawn as it has been combined with lot 2772.

THREE MARBLE GAMES. 1) 14″ square “Strike 3″ baseball game by Tone Products Corporation in original box. The tin ball field having a felt field and holes for players. The bat on a spring which shoots the marble hopeful into one of the holes. 2) 14″ l tin wind-up marble pool game. The pool table in colored tin having two pool shooters with movable arms and wind-up action. 3) 13-1/2” l tin pool table with green felt top and spring action pool cues. SIZE: As noted above. PROVENANCE: From a Maine Estate. CONDITION: Shows some use. Generally very good. 9-99718 (200-400)

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2771
Revised: 2/2/2011

Please Note: Lot 2771 has been withdrawn as it has been combined with lot 2772.

LOT OF FOUR TIN TOYS. Lot includes an 8″ h wind-up boy on tricycle “Kiddy Cyclist” by Unique Art Mfg Co, 9″ h wind-up acrobat toy by Wyandotte, 4″ h wind-up man pushing block toy, 8″ l climbing monkey toy. SIZE: As noted above. PROVENANCE: From a Maine Estate. CONDITION: Show use. Good. 9-99719 (150-250)

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