Winter Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Auction
Totals Over $3.5 Million!

Auction: February 4th, 5th & 6th, 2015

Preview: February 3rd, 2015 and February 4th, 5th & 6th, 2015

Please Note: All prices include the hammer price plus the buyer’s premium, which is paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. The prices noted here after the auction are considered unofficial and do not become official until after the 46th day.

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2000

QUEEN ANNE ARMCHAIR.

Mid 18th century. New England. A fine design, with yolk back and vasiform splat, having carved scrolling arms. Supported with block and ball turned front posts and bulbous turned stretcher. SIZE: 41-1/2″ t. 22-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Appears to be original, with an old black paint over original red. 9-94780 (300-500) – Lot 2000

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2001

IRON REVOLVING CANDLE-STAND.

Mid 18th century, American. Fine iron revolving table candle stand, forged iron. Finely wrought, large penny feet, with tapering tripod, having ring and bobbin turned join square lower post, vase turned central decoration, round tapering upper post. The double revolving candle arms having central lozenge and elaborate elongated diamond shaped arms. With folded edge, and slotted candlecups and dished drip pans. The spring loaded arms with lower cage and attached pigtail ended snuffer holder. SIZE: 23″ t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, worn original black paint, fine patina. 9-96374 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2001

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2002

QUEEN ANNE TILT TOP CANDLE STAND WITH SHAPED CORNERS.

Mid 18th century. American. Crafted in mahogany, fitted with a square top having notched lozenge corners atop a well turned urn form shaft, having flattened cabriole legs terminating in feet with carved pads. SIZE: Top 18-1/4″ x 18″. 27″ h. CONDITION: Old re-glue at top of shaft, re-glue on bottom of shaft near two legs. 9-94808 (300-400) – Lot 2002

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2003

BANISTER BACKED ARM CHAIR WITH SCALLOPED CREST.

Circa mid 18th century, Connecticut, probably Stratford or Guilford area. Retaining original finish under later varnish, having elaborate scrolling back, elaborate crown crest rail. Well turned 1/2 banisters and a cupid’s bow lower rail. Upwardly canted carved scrolling arms, rear posts with tall urn finials, and elongated vase turnings. Similarly turned front legs with turnip feet, bold front stretchers are ring turned with elongated turns, having an old rush seat. SIZE: 42-1/2″ x 22-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good with minor chip loss on rear post under crest. 9-96599 (1,000-3,000) – Lot 2003

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2004

CREWEL WORK PURSE.

18th century, New England. Well worked in wool. Retaining strong colors and geometric design, the interior lining of striped silk. SIZE: 3″ x 6″. CONDITION: Good untouched original condition, scattered minor thread losses. 9-96382 (500-800) – Lot 2004

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2005

SEMI-ANTIQUE HERIZ CARPET.

Early 20th century. Large horizontal arabesque medallion on a wine red field with dense geometric design with a midnight blue main border with polychrome crab devices. SIZE: 8’9″ x 11’4″. CONDITION: Minor moth damage in end border. 9-96514 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2005

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2006

THREE FRAMED MINIATURES.

1) Oil on board half portrait of a man in brown coat with white hair and mutton chops. 2) A silhouette bust of a young man with top hat. 3) An ink and graphite drawing of a shoulder length portrait identified as “K.K. Van Rufslaer?” All housed in period gold frames (with losses). SIZE: 1) 8″ x 6-1/2″ 2) 6-1/4″ x 5-1/4″ 3) 8-1/4″ x 7-1/2″ CONDITION: #1 has some retouch, otherwise very good. 9-94443 (200-400) – Lot 2006

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2007

18TH CENTURY CHERRY QUEEN ANNE CANDLESTAND.

Mid 18th century. New England. Having an oval top with chamfered edge with finely turned almost exaggerated urn pedestal, having tall cabriole legs. SIZE: 21″ x 16″ x 27-1/2″. CONDITION: Fine old finish, glass ring stains in top, pedestal with old screw repairs where legs attach. 9-94853 (600-900) – Lot 2007

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2008

UNSIGNED (American, Early 19th Century) PAIR OF ANCESTRAL PORTRAITS.

Two oils on canvas half portraits of a man and woman set against a dark red background. The woman, wearing an empire-waist dress with white shawl and cap, is inscribed lower left “March 1803” and lower right “Aged 62”. The gentleman wearing a brown waistcoat with brass buttons and white collar, is inscribed lower left “March 1803” lower right “Age 63”. Housed in an arched gilt gesso wood frame. SIZE: 30″ x 25″ (each). Overall: 36″ x 31″ CONDITION: Both canvases are laid down on Masonite and surface grime. Gentleman has minor touch up in face and restoration lower right. Woman has several small scratches to paint surface and restoration throughout face and in dress. Both frames have significant losses. 9-96459 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2008

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2009

PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS.

The yoke crest rail continuing to shaped stiles centering a vasiform splat above the trapezoidal frame fitted with slip seat raised on frontal cabriole legs with shaped returns. The rear legs chamfered and backswept joined by a recessed block and ring turned box stretcher. SIZE: Back: 41″ h. Seat: 17-1/2″ h. Overall width: 22″ w. PROVENANCE: From a fine private Long Island, NY collection. Christie’s sale #9268 Oct 14, 1999 Lot 169 CONDITION: Chairs retain old and original surfaces cleaned and repolished, with professional restoration and retightening to legs, possible early replacement of two returns on frontal legs of one chair. Otherwise good. 9-93326 (800-1,200) – Lot 2009

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2010

QUEEN ANNE “BIRDCAGE” TEA TABLE.

Mid 18th century. Pennsylvania. Walnut tea table with carved and molded dish top, supported by a tilt and turn “birdcage” mechanism with boldly turned center column joined to cabriole legs and flattened pad feet. SIZE: Top 35-1/4″ x 35-3/4″. 29″ h. CONDITION: Very good, top with evidence of 4 fill holes for screws to solidly affix the top, base with re-glue to a chip on the top of the column and having an old refinish surface. 9-25083 (800-1,200) – Lot 2010

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2011

PENNY FOOT RUSH LIGHT.

Mid 18th century, New England. Tall Penny Foot Rush Light, forged iron. Delicate form with tall shaft terminating in pincer rush holder, counterbalance arm with rolled rim candle-cup, cleated to dished drip pan. Large penny foot tripod base with ringed ferrule decoration adjoining shaft. SIZE: 12-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched surfaces, untouched condition. 9-96365 (500-800) – Lot 2011

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2012

MAPLE QUEEN ANNE TAP TABLE.

Mid 18th century. New England. Crafted in maple (some figuring), having widely overhanging 2 board top with molded edge. The aprons with 1/4 round detail. The turned legs of tapering form terminating in round button feet. SIZE: 23-1/2″ x 32″ x 27-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Overall very good, with old refinished surface, the top having dowel stabilized age crack, the base with evidence of one top board being reset slightly closer to the center, probably due to shrinkage. 9-96554 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2012

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2013

CHERRY QUEEN ANNE HIGHBOY.

Mid 18th century. Cherry 2 part highboy having 9 drawers on the top section and 4 on the bottom, both parts fitted with deep center drawer having well developed concave shell carvings with leaf decoration, sitting atop carved cabriole legs with acanthus carved knees. Written on paper pasted on back “This highboy came from Sentry Hill Norwich Conn. The colonial house of Thomas Harland a clockmaker and silversmith. The house was built in 1772 and the highboy was placed in the house at that time and was a private house until bought by M. A. Norton. It became the property of General Edward Harland, a grandson of Thomas Harland and a General in the Federal Army, and the president, for many years of the Norwich Society for Savings. The legs of this highboy were cut off by Lusy Harland, a sister of the General who made the feet into a foot stool which is shown in the picture” which is accompanying the piece. The feet were later reattached to this highboy. “The highboy & the foot stool were bought and restored by M. A. Norton, October, 1916.” SIZE: 37″ x 20″ 71″ h. PROVENANCE: Note attached to back of cabinet suggests this highboy comes from Sentry Hill, Norwich Conn and note offers more provenance information. CONDITION: Overall good appearance. Documentation shows that the piece was refinished and restored in 1916 probably at which time the acanthus leaf decoration on the drawer fronts were added. 9-25081 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 2013

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2014

BRASS PETAL BASE PUSH-UP CANDLESTICKS.

Mid 18th century. England or America. Having tubular brass shaft with flaring candlecup and medial ring, atop hollow petal form bases. SIZE: 7″ t. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96544 (600-900) – Lot 2014

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2015

FINE QUEEN ANNE WALNUT DRESSING TABLE.

Third quarter 18th century, probably Boston, Massachusetts. The rectangular top with molded edge and notched corners projecting above the conforming case fitted with a pair of aligned short drawers above three deep drawers, the center with relief fan carving, additionally fitted with a concealed document drawer at rear. All above a triple arched apron alternating with pendant acorn finials raised on delicate cabriole legs with shaped returns raised on pronounced platform pad feet. The dressing table with set of original pierced brass hardware. SIZE: 30″ h x 29-1/2″ w (case) x 34-1/4 w (overall) x 20-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: From a fine private Long Island, NY collection. CONDITION: Structurally very good, no restoration noted. Retains old if not original polished surfaces with good color and patina. 9-94535 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 2015

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2016

QUEEN ANNE LOOKING GLASS SCONCE WITH BROKEN ARCH TOP.

Mid 18th century. England or America. Small, narrow, looking glass with brass candle sconce, having broken arch top, stepped frame body and scalloped base. Mirror glass in 2 panels, and removable brass candle sconce arm with urn shaped holder. SIZE: 28″ x 11″. CONDITION: Old crusty attic condition, missing backboard, evidence of missing finial. 9-96564 (800-1,200) – Lot 2016

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2017

DIMINUTIVE QUEEN ANNE DROP LEAF TEA TABLE.

2nd quarter 18th century New England.Constructed in cherry wood, having oval leaves opening to a nearly round top. The slightly cabriole legs terminating in pad feet two of which fold out to support the leaves. Having a pleasant old finish. SIZE: 11″ x 30″ x 25-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good overall, base shows evidence of possible reconstruction. 9-94849 (3,500-5,500) – Lot 2017

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2018

FINE QUEEN ANNE MIRROR.

Circa mid 18th century, American or English. Mahogany, pine, glass. Original surfaces. Nicely scrolled crest, above fine molded mirror surround. Original chamfered pine backboards, probably original silvered glass. All elements intact, except nails. SIZE: 22″ x 12″. CONDITION: Very good condition, minor age appropriate clouding of glass, backboard nails replaced. 9-96645 (400-800) – Lot 2018

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2019

NINE-PIECES EARLY LIGHTING.

19th century. America. 1) Fine 18th century beam hook for holding 3 lighting devices, fine elegant form. 2) Early 19th century pierced tin “Paul Revere” candle lantern. 3) Early 19th century pierced tin “Paul Revere” candle lantern. 4) Blown glass peg lamp, with kerosene burner. 5) Blown in mold peg lamp with brass collar. 6) Tinware chamberstick with curved sides and porcelain candlecup. 7) “Wheeler Reflector Co., Boston, Mass, patented 1881”, tin and mirrored lantern reflector. 8) Tin reflector sconce with removable candlecup. 9) “IP Frink, patented electric light reflector in tin with mirrored glass interior. SIZE: 1) 16″ x 12″ x 4”. 2) 18″ t. 3) 18″ t. 4) 4″ t. 5) 4-1/2″ t. 6) 6″ dia. 2″ t. 7) 11″ t. 8) 9-1/2″ dia. 9) 10″ dia. CONDITION: 1) Very good, good patina. 2) Very good, fine old patina, door detached and probably an old replacement. 3) Fair, missing door, good old patina. 4) Very good. 5) Very good. 6) Very good, with recent black paint. 7) One broken glass, considerable losses to mirror silver. 8) Losses to tin reflector. 9) Very good, with minor losses to mirror silver. 9-96690 (800-1,200) – Lot 2019

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2020

QUEEN ANNE MAHOGANY TILT TOP TEA TABLE WITH CARVED DISH TOP.

Mid 18th century. New England. Having a round top, finely carved with molded edge and central recess above finely turned pedestal supported by 3 very well developed and bold cabriole legs. SIZE: 23-1/2″ dia. 27-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, retains original hardware, fine old refinish, minor area of re-glue on edge of dish top. 9-94841 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2020

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2021

COPPER RUNNING HORSE AND SULKY WEATHERVANE.

First quarter 20th century. New England. Featuring a flattened hollow body horse pulling a sulky with wire spoked wheels having a hollow full body driver with zinc head. SIZE: 17″ h. x 33″ w. CONDITION: Good, some spokes detached, having good enhanced verdigris patina. 9-96663 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2021

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2022

DISPLAYED EAGLE WEATHERVANE.

First half 20th century. America. Hollow full body eagle on ball, copper weathervane, with arrow directional. Having outstretched wings. SIZE: Wingspread 30″. 22″ t. CONDITION: Having overall verdigris patina, full gold leaf surface, with traces of multi-layers of gold paint. 9-96662 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2022

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2023

LEAPING STAG WEATHERVANE.

First half 20th century, American. Probably Washburne. Sometimes attributed to J.W. Fiske (ref: J.W. Fiske 1893 catalog), or the Washburne Co., (ref: “Weathervanes”, by Charles Klamkin, p 152). Featuring a well detailed leaping deer, with cast zinc head and delicate antlers, attached to a molded copper body with elaborate detail. Offered with museum stand. SIZE: 29″ l. x 21-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good, surface re-gilt but with weathering and traces of older surface, slight compression near back leg on one side. 9-96213 (5,000-6,000) – Lot 2023

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2024

BUTTER STAMP LOLLIPOP HANDLE.

Early-mid 19th century, PA. Pinwheel carved lollipop handled butter stamp, maple. Fine relief carved pinwheel and fern leaf design, with incised outer band. The single piece construction with long carved handle and incised flattened knob end. Backside of stamp chamfer carved to thin outer edge. SIZE: 8-3/4″ l. 4″ dia. CONDITION: Very good, untouched patina and condition. 9-96371 (800-1,000) – Lot 2024

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2025

FOLK ART CARVED SHEEP BUTTER STAMP.

Circa mid 19th century, PA. Maple, original surface. Elongated sheep and foliate carved single piece stamp, double incised rim and rope carved outer edge, the handle with tapered end. Finely detailed carving. SIZE: 3-1/2″ dia. 6 t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, natural dark patina. 9-96629 (500-800) – Lot 2025

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2026

DEMILUNE CARVED PINEAPPLE BUTTER STAMP.

Circa mid 19th century, PA. Pine, original surface. Well carved example, deeply carved pineapple and leafage, with incised line and rope carved outer edge. Bottle shaped, incised handle, pegged to turned, incised and carved body. SIZE: 7″ x 3-1/2″ x 4″ t. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, fine patina. 9-96630 (500-800) – Lot 2026

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2027

FORGED IRON THREE ARM CHANDELIER.

Late 18th century, PA. Fine, simple form, three flat arms, cut from single sheet, tapered, with pierced lollipop ends, through which the candlecups are mounted. The central hanger with hammered domed collar, twisted post hanging shaft, with pigtail end and 2 attached hanging links, with attached ring above. SIZE: 14″ dia. 13-1/2″ drop. CONDITION: Fine, untouched condition, with age appropriate oxidized surfaces. 9-96385 (700-1,200) – Lot 2027

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2028

DOUBLE FAT LAMP WITH ROOSTER.

Late 18th century, probably PA. Forged iron, double crusie fonts, and elaborately shaped backs with rooster, tulip, cross and arrowhead pierced and cut designs, attached to looped swivel hanging ring and twisted shaft beam spike/chair hanger. SIZE: 11-3/4″ t. CONDITION: Very good, surface patina and form. 9-96363 (800-1,200) – Lot 2028

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2029

HEARTH FORK WITH HEART.

Late 18th century, PA. Rare heart decorated roasting fork. Original age darkened patina with traces of old black paint. Fine form; pierced lollipop hanger, with flattened elliptical handle, above chamfered, squared shaft with lozenge shaped decorations and triple, central heart shaped tines. SIZE: 19-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Excellent untouched condition. 9-96362 (600-1,000) – Lot 2029

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2030

CHIPPENDALE WALNUT BALL AND CLAWFOOT DROP LEAF TABLE.

2nd half 18th century, Pennsylvania. The rectangular top of single figured walnut board, with hinged D-form leaves projecting above the deeply arched apron, raised on cabriole legs with shapes and scalloped returns terminating in bold ball and talon feet. SIZE: 28-3/4″ h x 45-1/2″ l x 19-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Old professional restoration to top notably along hinges. Includes splicing in of boards at each long side of top. Some patches placed in top and leaves. Stress repairs at top of legs where pegged at apron. Re-polished. 9-96833 (2,000-2,500) – Lot 2030

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2031

BLUE PAINTED TRENCHER.

19th century, PA. Maple, original dry vibrant blue paint. Fine ovoid form, with carved hand grips at each end. Natural patina interior. SIZE: 21″ x 11″ x 3-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition. 9-96590 (600-900) – Lot 2031

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2031a

CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY GRADUATED 4 DRAWER CHEST.

Third quarter 18th century. Pennsylvania. Overhanging molded top, with 4 graduated lip molded drawers, having fluted quarter columns sitting atop an ogee bracket base. SIZE: 39″ x 21″ x 34″ t. CONDITION: Very good, of very good appearance with old refinish, hardware old replacements, fill holes for restoration to top drawer, and restoration to bracket. 9-96524 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2031a

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2031a
Revised: 1/21/2015

Lot Added

CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY GRADUATED 4 DRAWER CHEST.

Third quarter 18th century. Pennsylvania. Overhanging molded top, with 4 graduated lip molded drawers, having fluted quarter columns sitting atop an ogee bracket base. SIZE: 39″ x 21″ x 34″ t. CONDITION: Very good, of very good appearance with old refinish, hardware old replacements, fill holes for restoration to top drawer, and restoration to bracket. 9-96524 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2031a

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2032

PENNSYLVANIA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT 9 DRAWER CHEST.

3rd quarter 18th century. Dovetailed case fitted with 9 molded drawers with a graduated 3 over 2 over 4 configuration, having a cove molded crown and fitted with reeded quarter column corners on a bold ogee bracket base and drawers fitted with Chippendale style hardware. Poplar secondary wood. SIZE: 23″ x 21″ x 40″ x 65″ h. CONDITION: Replaced brasses, 3 inch drawer lip repair, some restoration to base, in a fine old finish. 9-94873 (4,500-6,500) – Lot 2032

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2033

GOOD STONE FRUIT LOT, 19 PIECES.

Circa late 19th century. Alabaster, original paint. Includes persimmon, fig, apricots, lemon, grapes, peaches, pears, etc. Fine lot. SIZE: Life size. CONDITION: Each piece is in excellent condition, dry original painted surfaces. 9-96609 (200-400) – Lot 2033

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2034

RARE OVERSIZE PAINTED TAZZA.

Late 18th Century, American. Oversize painted walnut Tazza having original black paint. The platter interior with dark, natural “scrubbed” patina. Carved from a single piece. The double rimmed dish top, flared incised outer body above a flared, incised, cylindrical stem with flared base (indented beneath). SIZE: 17″ dia. 9″ t. CONDITION: Very good having very minor, small early chip losses. 9-96586 (800-1,200) – Lot 2034

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2035

FINE LOT OF STRAP HINGES, DOOR HARDWARE, OX YOKE AND SHIP’S BELL.

Lot consists of a set of four 51″ strap hinges; a set of four 26-1/2″ strap hinges; a set of four 24-1/2″ strap hinges; two 30″ strap hinges; assorted door hardware including five door latches/handles, four door latches; assorted other iron and steel; and a 47″ wood and iron ox yoke. Also included is a bronze bell, Jones & Co. Troy NY, circa 1883. Of typical form, the bell mounted on an iron rod cast with “THE JONES & CO. TROY N.Y. 1883” around the shoulder. The bell additionally with decorative ridges. Additionally stamped with “125” in the top. 16-1/2″ h x 18″ dia. SIZE: As indicated above. CONDITION: Some rust, generally good. Bell appears to be in very good condition, not examined for clapper. 9-92520, 9-92525, 9-92526, 9-92529 (500-800) – Lot 2035

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2036

PAINTED LEATHER FIRE BUCKET, DATED 1790.

Circa 18th century, New England. Leather, iron, marked “L. Chappotin, No. 1, 1790”, in fine yellow calligraphy, against Windsor Green body with black trim. The name within a scrolled banner with flourish above center. “No. 1″ within oval lozenge with scrolled ends. Interior painted red. SIZE: 18” t. to top of handle. CONDITION: Very good, age appropriate abrasions, leather good, stitching intact, professionally restored handle. 9-96585 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2036

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2037

PIERCED TIN HEART CHEESE STRAINER.

Early 19th century. Fine, large punched tin decorated cheese strainer, rolled sheet iron. Decorated with three profusely punched medallions, centering hex symbols, surrounded by flowers, intricate geometric designs and double banded borders. Canted sides with rolled edge and affixed hanger. Base with three triangulated feet. SIZE: 14″ x 14″ x 2-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good overall condition with great dark patina surfaces. 9-96384 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2037

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2038

AMERICAN TALL CASE CLOCK WITH ROCKING SHIP MOVEMENT.

Late 18th century, northern New England. The birch case having broken arch pediment bonnet with brass finials, scroll arches having cross-hatch inlay rosettes, the bonnet with tapering columns. The case with square molded door and simple string inlay, having quarter columns with brass capitols. The out-stepped base having similar string inlay all atop a scrolling bracket base. Brass time and strike movement having a spiraling gong and rocking ship attachment, the square painted iron face fitted with a concave pediment painted with river scene and having elaborate well detailed rocking ship with a Colonial American Flag. Dial fitted with calendar section and second hand. SIZE: 91″ h. CONDITION: Overall very good, with old refinish, possibly replaced finials, old re-glue to door, drop to front of bracket base, old re-glue or possible replacement. 9-94806 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2038

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2039

NEW ENGLAND CHIPPENDALE WING CHAIR.

Circa mid 18th century, New England, probably Rhode Island. Hard pine, white pine, chestnut and mahogany. Having serpentine crest and large flaring wings and outwardly scrolling arms. The base having an “h” stretcher and a back stretcher, supporting large square front legs with chamfered back edge and outwardly scrolling back legs, center stretcher dovetailed to side stretchers. SIZE: 46″ t. x 33″ w. x 25″ d. CONDITION: Very good, minor edge abrasions. 9-96605 (800-1,800) – Lot 2039

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2040

LARGE ROBIN’S EGG BLUE PANTRY BOX.

Mid 19th century, New England. Maple box retaining strong original paint, lap joined thick walled body and lid, iron tack joinery. SIZE: 12″ dia. 7-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition. 9-96380 (800-1,000) – Lot 2040

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2041

MINIATURE CANT BACK STEPBACK CUPBOARD.

Late 18th century, New England. Very rare miniature canted stepback cupboard, poplar. Original Spanish brown paint. Great form, good proportions, the open shelves of canted form with overhanging top, above Cupid’s bow cutout sides and footed front base. Brass pin hinged door and original brass knob, latch absent. SIZE: 13-1/4″ t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, minor surface abrasions/wear. 9-96372 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2041

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2042

LARGE BURL WOOD BOWL.

Late 18th century. American. Large bowl with thin wall, very well turned with double ringed top lip and small turned foot. SIZE: 16-3/4″ dia. 5-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with superior dark uniform patina. 9-94855 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2042

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2043

SET OF 4 CHIPPENDALE CHERRY SIDE CHAIRS.

Late 18th century, Connecticut. The arched crest rail with molded swept back ears above the pierced splat joined to over-upholstered trapezoidal seat raised on square chamfered frontal legs, the rear legs back-swept all joined by box stretcher. Museum numbers on back stretcher of each SIZE: Back: 37″ h. Seat: 17-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Old repairs to crest rails at splat of 3 chairs. roughness to tips of ears. 9-96836 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2043

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2044

CHIPPENDALE TIGER MAPLE SLANT FRONT DESK.

Mid 18th century. New England. Constructed of maple, with well figured drawer fronts and lid, having 8 drawer interior, with cubby holes and secret document drawers, the lid and drawer fronts with thumb nail molding, sitting atop a tall scalloped bracket base. SIZE: 39-1/2″ x 18″ x 43″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with minor lip repair to top drawer, and minor glue block replacements to original bracket base. Hardware probably old replacement. 9-96538 (4,500-6,500) – Lot 2044

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2045

MANNER OF RUTH HENSHAW MILES BASCOM (American, 1772-1848) PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN IN PROFILE.

Watercolor and graphite on paper, housed in a black painted wood frame, the unsigned portrait depicts a blonde woman in profile wearing a yellow dress with ivy in her hair. SIZE: Sight 22″ x 14-1/4″. Overall 27″ x 19″. CONDITION: Overall good with minor spotting in background. Not examined out of frame. 9-96619 (1,000-3,000) – Lot 2045

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2046

BIRDSEYE MAPLE CUTLERY TRAY.

Early 19th century, New England. Excellent birdseye maple cutlery tray. Original dry, crazed varnish finish, with fine, highly figured birdseye throughout, nice darkened patina. This, canted sides, overhung molded edge base, pierced divider well turned. SIZE: 14-1/2″ x 10-1/2″ x 6″ h. CONDITION: Very good original condition. 9-96402 (500-800) – Lot 2046

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2047

HEART SHAPED MAPLE SUGAR MOLD.

Circa early 19th century, New England. Pine. Original surface. 2-piece mold, beveled edge heart square nailed to backboard, retaining its original leather hanging strap and brass ring. SIZE: 6″ x 5″ x 1″. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, dark, natural patina. 9-96648 (300-500) – Lot 2047

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2048

NEW ENGLAND CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY BALL AND CLAW DROP LEAF TABLE.

Mid 18th century. Massachusetts, probably Salem having squared mahogany top and leaves. The base with 4 cabriole legs terminating in well developed lofty claw feet, the aprons with scallop decoration and scrolling returns, constructed with 2 hinged legs to support the leaves and having a dovetailed center support brace. SIZE: 17″ x 52″ 28″ h. CONDITION: Overall very good with possible minor repairs to knee returns, small loss to apron on one end, and inset butterflies to stabilize small age crack on top, losses and repairs to leaf rule joint. 9-94845 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2048

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2049

MORTAR AND PESTLE IN MUSTARD PAINT.

Early 19th century, New England. Maple. Retaining original painted surface, the elliptical shaped pestle with large, pronounced rim and tall footed base. The similarly painted, tall, tapered pestle with shouldered, swelled handle and mushroom cap finial. SIZE: 7-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, patina. 9-96378 (700-1,000) – Lot 2049

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2050

DARK BLUE PANTRY BOX.

Mid 19th century, New England. Maple box retaining original cobalt blue painted surfaces. The lap joined maple body and lid with beveled edge and chamfered corners, copper and iron tack joinery. SIZE: 10-1/2″ dia. 4-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, minor age appropriate wear. 9-96379 (700-900) – Lot 2050

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2051

BLUE PAINTED TURNED WOODEN BOWL.

Mid 19th century, New England. Maple, strong original blue painted, with dry unpainted interior. SIZE: 16″ dia. 5″ t. CONDITION: Very good, original condition, nice patina throughout, with minor age appropriate wear. 9-96404 (800-1,200) – Lot 2051

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2052

COPPER RUNNING HORSE “ETHAN ALLEN” WEATHERVANE WITH CAST-IRON HEAD ATTRIBUTED TO FISKE.

Late 19th Century. Modeled after the famous race horse, Ethan Allen, with formed copper body, cast iron head. Overall verdigris surface. Mounted on a museum base. SIZE: 19″ h x 28″ l. CONDITION: Metal decay along spine. Minor compression. Some solder seam separation. Back hoof detached from base. Bullet holes near neck and in mane. 9-94393 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2052

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2053

RARE SMALL QUILL COPPER WEATHERVANE.

Late 19th century. New England. Nicely detailed example with pronounced feathering and elongated spire with verdigris surface. From a private collection, offered with museum stand. SIZE: 16-1/2″ h. 18″ l. CONDITION: Structurally very good, traces of original gilding remain on underside, no repairs or restoration noted. 9-96765 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 2053

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2054

LARGE FOUR WHEEL SULKY WEATHERVANE.

Late 19th century. Attributed to J. Harris And Son, Boston, MA. Full bodied molded copper with cast zinc details. Weathered copper surface with areas of green oxidation. SIZE: 21″ h. x 47″ l. CONDITION: Old bullet hole repairs to horse, otherwise good. 9-96299 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 2054

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2055
Revised: 1/21/2015

Additional information: The catalog states the weathervane is stamped “J. HARRIS & SON”, on the proper right side. It is actually double-stamped “J. HARRIS & SON”, on the proper right side.

HOLLOW BODY COPPER HORSE WEATHERVANE, HARRIS & SON CO.

Late 19th century. Boston, Massachusetts. Stamped “J. HARRIS & SON”, on the proper right side of weathervane. This fine example of a cantering horse with good verdigris surface and 3 filled bullet holes with full body mane and tail, now offered with a museum stand. SIZE: 22″ h. 32″ l. CONDITION: Surfaces appear untouched and original, slight seam separation at top of tail, front seam of head and proper left foreleg, otherwise very good. 9-97173 (5,000-7,000) – Lot 2055

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2056

10 SOFT PASTE THEOREM PLATES WITH 5 CHILDREN’S MUGS.

Early to mid 19th century. England. Featuring 10 similarly molded children’s theorem plates each with a different transfer, 4 with months of the year, 2 from the Golden Rule series, 2 from Our Early Days series, 1 with “The Tulip and the Butterfly”, 1 with “Sacred History Of Joseph And His Bretheren”. Mugs including, 1 with canary glaze “For My Dear Girl”, 1 “A Present For William” with transfer of elephant, 1 with a transfer “A Present For My Girl”, 1 July with transfer of mother and child, a pearl glaze mug “A Present For My Niece”. SIZE: Plates 6-1/2″ dia. Mugs approx. 2-1/4″ t. each. CONDITION: Plates, 3 very good, the remainder with chips, cracks and imperfections. Mugs, Canary with chip on base, “William” with severe cracks and heavy stain, “Present/Girl” minor chip on top, July with stains and 1″ hairline, “Present/Niece” 1″ hairline and minor chips. 9-96683 (800-1,200) – Lot 2056

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2057

21 PIECES OF CHILDRENS TRANSFER WARE.

2nd half 19th century. Highlighted by 10 transfer decorated children’s ABC and Theorem plates decorated with image of General Halleck, Major General N. P. Banks, religious themes, “Louis Napoleon Emperor of France”, “Arrival of General McClellan”, railroad theme, and occupational “Plate Making”. 11 children’s mugs highlighted by soft paste mug with copper luster border “A Present for a Good Girl, Faith”, four mugs with ABC decoration, name mug “John”, two early Criel miniature mugs, and three presentation porcelain mugs. SIZE: Plates range from 5″ to 7-1/2″ dia. Mug height ranges from 1-3/8″ to 2-5/8″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection. CONDITION: Plates, good to very good, some staining and slight wear. Mugs, Fair to very good condition. 9-94562 (800-1,200) – Lot 2057

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2058

4 AMERICAN PATRIOTIC CHILDREN’S CUPS.

1) Early 19th century. Canary luster soft paste children’s mug with transfer decoration portraits of “Lafayette and Washington”. 2) Soft paste children’s mug with pearl glaze “America the Land of Liberty” with transfer decoration of federal eagles and shields, on bottom label indicating this was part of the Richards collection. 3) Soft paste children’s mug “To Washington the Patriot of America”, decorated with flower and urn transfer. 4. Circa 1876. China cup and saucer with inscription “First Centennial of American Independence, Cincinnati” on saucer and “M. Washington” on cup. SIZE: 1) 2-1/2″ h. 2) 2-1/2″ h. 3) 2-1/2″ h. 4) Saucer 5-1/2″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very good. 3) Very good. 4. Crazed with some stains. 9-94559 (800-1,200) – Lot 2058

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2059

GROUP OF SEVEN STAFFORDSHIRE PLATES WITH HISTORICAL SCENES.

1)19th Century. Dark blue toddy plate in the “St. Paul’s Church, New York” pattern with pearl glaze. 2)19th Century. Medium to dark blue Staffordshire toddy plate in “Catholic Cathedral” pattern having an impressed A. Stevenson Warranted crown mark with pearl glaze. 3&4) Circa 19th Century. Two dark blue Staffordshire transfer dinner plates in “Beauties of America, City Hall New York” pattern, J.W. Ridgeway maker with pearl glaze. 5) Circa 19th Century. Light blue Staffordshire dinner plate “W. Penn’s Treaty” marked TG (Thomas Green or Thomas Godwin). Circa 19th Century. 6) Circa 19th Century. Green transfer Staffordshire plate “Texian Campaigne” marked JB (James Beech) with pearl glaze. 7)19th Century. Dark blue Staffordshire transfer dinner plate “Federal Hall Wall St.” bearing the mark Rowland & Marsellus. SIZE: 1) 6-1/4″ dia. 2) 6-1/4″ dia. 3&4) 10″ dia. 5) 10-1/2″ dia. 6) 10-1/2″ dia. 7) 10″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a Maine Collection. CONDITION: 1) Very good with very minor darkening to reverse. 2) Very good with very light wear. 3&4) Very good both with light scratches. 5) Slight darkening and a few very light scratches. 6) Very good with very few minor scratches. 7) Very good with very light wear. 9-94551 (800-1,000) – Lot 2059

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2060

EIGHT DARK BLUE HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE TABLEWARES AND ONE FLOW BLUE BOWL.

1) 19th century England. Large teapot “Commodore Mac Donnough’s Victory” with three dot impressed mark. 2) Dark blue Staffordshire covered vegetable dish “Landing of Gen. Lafayette”, with impressed Clews crown mark. 3) Dark blue Staffordshire covered sugar bowl “Landing of Gen. Lafayette”. 4) Dark blue Staffordshire covered two handled sugar bowl “Commodore Mac Donnough’s Victory”. 5) Dark blue Staffordshire soup bowl “Landing of Gen. Lafayette”, with impressed Clews mark, with pearl glaze. 6) Dark blue Staffordshire dinner plate “Landing of Gen. Lafayette”, with impressed Clews mark, with pearl glaze. 7) Dark blue Staffordshire dinner plate “Landing of Gen. Lafayette”, with impressed Clews mark, with pearl glaze. 8) Dark blue Staffordshire dinner plate “Landing of Gen. Lafayette”, with impressed Clews mark, with pearl glaze. SIZE: 1) 8″ h. 2) 12″ l. 3) 6″ h. 4) 6-1/2″ h. 5) 8-3/4″ dia. 6) 10″ dia. 7) 10″ dia. 8) 9″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection. CONDITION: 1) Very good, having fine quality professional repair to lid finial and handle. 2) Base with shallow 1″ chip on foot, cover very good probably not original with sheep pattern, slightly ill fitting. 3) Several chips on interior edge large chip to flaring top, 1″ re-glued corner, hairline crack around 3/4 of bowl, base chip and wear to edges, lid edge and finial with several chips. 4) Several poorly restored chips around interior edge minor hairlines, crudely replaced finial and one handle, restoration to upper edge, and chip restoration. 5) Surface very good, minor old edge chip repair, darkened surface on reverse. 6) Very few minor surface scratches. 7) Very few minor surface scratches. 8) Very few minor surface scratches, minor darkening to back. 9-94555 (700-900) – Lot 2060

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2061

NINE PIECES OF DARK BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE TEAWARES WITH GEORGE WASHINGTON “SCROLL IN HAND” PATTERN.

1) 19th century. A dark blue Staffordshire teapot with an impressed mark. 2) Circa 19th century. Sugar bowl with impressed Wood mark. 3) 19th century. Creamer with impressed Wood mark. 4-9) 19th century. Two handle less cups, three small saucers and one larger saucer. The two cups with “Washington Tomb” decorated interior, most marked with various marks. SIZE: 1) 7″ h. 2) 5-1/2″ h. 3) 6″ h. 4-9) Cups are 3-3/4″ dia, sm saucers 6″ dia, lg saucer 6-3/4″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection. CONDITION: 1) Re-glued finial, small chip on top under lid, one inch hairline visible from interior, minor chip on lid, minor chip on spout, 1/8″ glaze flake on spout, otherwise very good. 2) Mismatched lid with large chips, small chip on rim under cover, otherwise very good. 3) Minor flake on spout and wear and minor flakes on handle otherwise very good. 4-9) Cups very good with minor high spot wear and one with tiny chip on base. Three small saucers, one very good with minor wear, one with darkening and very minor chip, and one with early staple repair stabilizing hairline crack. The larger saucer with minor discoloration and fairly heavy wear. 9-94552 (800-1,000) – Lot 2061

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2062

GROUP OF FIVE DARK BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE TEAWARES IN THE “LAFAYETTE AT FRANKLINS TOMB” PATTERN.

1) 19th century. Large teapot with cover. 2) Circa 19th century. Two handled sugar bowl with cover. 3) Two handled sugar bowl with impressed mark. 4) Creamer with ruffled edge. 5) Tall creamer. SIZE: 1) 8″ h. 2) 6″ h. 3) 6-1/4″ h. 4) 4″ h. 5) 4-1/4″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection CONDITION: 1) Significant crack radiating from one collar around the base to the other collar, with another hairline in base and a small hairline inside, restoration and chip to spout, lid with small and larger chips, otherwise good. 2) Mismatched cover, considerable old restoration to body of sugar bowl, chip to interior of lip. 3) Restored finial, restored cover lip, restoration around lip above collar, some restoration to body. 4) Repaired chips around top, repaired spout, overall wear. 5) Chip on base, chip on spout, and wear. 9-94553 (800-1,200) – Lot 2062

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2063

GROUP OF THREE DARK BLUE HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE TEAWARES.

19th century. Featuring covered teapot with Washington “scroll in hand” pattern. Two covered handled sugar bowls with eagles and bunting with Monument pattern, having pearl glaze one with impressed mark. SIZE: Teapot 8″ h. Sugar bowls 6″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection. CONDITION: Teapot has glaze hairline in base spout with old restoration, handle re-glued and repaired and with small losses, recolored and restored chips at top covered by cover, two 6″ cracks radiating from base. Sugar bowls both having nicks and chips inside and under lids, old restoration to lid on one. 9-94549 (700-900) – Lot 2063

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2064

GROUP OF NINE DARK BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE PLATES FEATURING NAUTICAL AND HISTORIC SCENES.

1) Early 20th Century. Small dark blue decorative plate “The Mayflower in Plymouth Harbor” marked on reverse copyright 1906 A.S. Burbank, Plymouth Mass. bearing the company mark of Rowland & Marsellus. 2) 19th Century. Dark blue transfer decorated Staffordshire toddy plate “Commodore Mac Donnough’s Victory” with the impressed eagle mark E. Wood and Sons Buslem, with pearl glaze. 3) 19th Century. Transfer decorated dark blue Straffordshire plate “Hospital Boston” with pearl glaze. 4) 20th Century. Blue transfer ironstone plate “American Marine” marked Mason’s Patent Ironstone China, England. 5) 19th Century. Dark blue Staffordshire plate “Commodore Mac Donnough’s Victory” impressed mark Wood. 6) 19th Century. Dark blue Staffordshire deep plate “Beauties of America, Octogon Church, Boston” marked R.W. Ridgway with pearl glaze. 19th Century. 7&8) 20th Century. Two dark blue transfer decorated plates “Massachusetts State House, Boston Mass.” marked Rowland & Marsellus, Staffordshire, England. 9) 20th Century. Dark blue Staffordshire plate “Faneuil Hall, Boston from the Harbor” marked with Rowland & Marsellus mark. SIZE: 1.) 6″ dia. 2) 6-1/2″ dia. 3) 8-1/4″ dia. 4) 8″ dia. 5) 9-1/4″ dia. 6) 9-3/4″ dia. 7&8) 10″ dia. 9) 10″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very slight wear and very few scratches. 3) Very small spot of darkening and very minor flake on on reverse having very minor wear and scratches. 4) Very good with overall glaze crazing. 5) Top with minor scratches and high spot wear, back with scratches, wear to base and three inch darkened hairline crack. 6) Top with 3/4 inch edge flake and minor scratches and back with small amount of discoloration. 7&8) Very good with a few minor scratches. 9) Very good condition. 9-94550 (700-900) – Lot 2064

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2065

EIGHT DARK BLUE HISTORIC STAFFORDSHIRE PLATES AND ONE FLOW BLUE BOWL.

1) 19th century England. Dark blue Staffordshire “States Pattern” plate with impressed Clews mark, with central Georgian home motif. 2) Circa 19th century. Dark blue Staffordshire “States Pattern” plate with impressed Clews mark, with central motif, manor house with sheep. 3) Dark blue Staffordshire “States Pattern” shallow bowl with impressed Clews mark, with central motif, mansion with fisherman. 4&5) Two dark blue Staffordshire “States Pattern” plates with impressed Clews mark, with central motif, mansion with fisherman. 6&7) 20th century. Dark blue Staffordshire plates “Home of Washington Mount Vernon” with the mark of Rowland & Marsellus, Staffordshire, England. 8) 20th century. Dark blue Staffordshire plate “Lincoln’s House, Springfield Illinois”, bearing the sphinx mark of Petrus Regout and Co., Maastricht. 9) 20th century. Large flow blue vegetable bowl with “USS Brooklyn”, battleship transfer decorated center. Unmarked. SIZE: 1) 8″ dia. 2) 8-3/4″ dia. 3) 10-1/2″ dia. 4&5) 10-1/2″ dia. 6&7) 10″ dia. 8) 9-1/2″ dia. 9) 13″ l. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection. CONDITION: 1) Very good with tiny scratch. 2) Large old repair to edge, central hairline repair, wear and scratches. 3) Very good with minor underglaze chip on reverse (manufacturing flaw). 4&5) Both are in very good condition with minor scratches. 6&7) Very good minor scratches. 8) Very good with minor scratches. 9) Having three inch edge chip re-glued and restored, wear to gold decoration, and darkening to reverse. 9-94556 (700-900) – Lot 2065

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2066

TWELVE PIECES DARK BLUE STAFFORDSHIRE TEAWARES AND PLATES.

1)20th century. Dark blue two handled sugar bowl “Mount Vernon the Seat of the late Gen’l Washington”. 2) Dark blue two handled sugar bowl “Mount Vernon the Seat of the late Gen’l Washington”. 3-7) Staffordshire dark blue two handle-less cups and three saucers in “Mount Vernon the Seat of the late Gen’l Washington”, with pearl glaze. 8) Blue transfer decorated “America Independent, July 4, 1776”, Enoch Wood and Sons Burslem, first version with vertical waves. 9)19th century. Blue transfer decorated “America Independent, July 4, 1776”, Enoch Wood and Sons Burslem, second version with horizontal waves. 10) Dark blue transfer decorated plate “Washington Crossing the Delaware” marked Ye Olde Historical Pottery, Staffordshire, England. 11) Dark blue transfer decorated plate “Washington Crossing the Delaware” marked Rowland & Marsellus, Staffordshire, England. 12) Dark blue transfer decorated plate “The Boston Masacre and the Boston State House” marked Rowland & Marsellus, Staffordshire, England. SIZE: 1) 5-1/2″ h. 2) 5-1/2″ h. 3-7) Saucers 5-1/2″ dia, cups 3-3/4″ h. 8) 10″ dia. 9) 10″ dia. 10) 10″ dia. 11) 10″ dia. 12) 10″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection. CONDITION: 1) Very minor interior hairline, minor chip on rim under lid, tiny chip on interior of lid, restoration to finial otherwise very good. 2) Restoration to lip under cover, cover with minor chips to interior and underside, finial with minor chip repair, and cover edge with minor chip repair. 3-7) One saucer very good with some scratches, one saucer with minor base chip and scratches and last saucer with several base chips and considerable wear. Both cups in very good condition. 8) One small and one larger edge chip, minor discoloration on reverse, very few scratches. 9) Very good with very minor scratches and a small amount of discoloration. 9. Very good. 10) Very good. 11) Very good. 12) Very good. 9-94554 (800-1,200) – Lot 2066

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2067

5 ADVERTISING AND HISTORIC CERAMICS.

1) Early 20th century. An iron stone creamer with flow blue decoration advertising Crawford cooking ranges, marked Upper Hanly Pottery, England. 2) 19th century. Flow blue child’s mug “A Present For My Dear Boy”, with oriental decoration, unmarked. 3) Small English balm jar with underglaze advertising. 4) Brown transfer Staffordshire Rowland & Marsellus “Historical Pottery” pitcher with multiple historic scenes including “Landing of Columbus”, “First View of Rocky Mountains”, “DeSoto’s Discovery of the Mississippi”, etc…5) Dated 1902. China two handled presentation mug with masonic theme. SIZE: 1) 4-3/4″ h. 2) 2-1/2″ h. 3) 1-1/2″ h. 4) 7-1/2″ h. 5) 5-1/2″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very good, slight wear to gold rim. 3) Two hairline cracks and stains. 4) Very good. 5) Very good with wear to gold on handles and lip. 9-94558 (700-900) – Lot 2067

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2068

“SMUGGLER” RUNNING HORSE WEATHERVANE.

Late 19th century, Harris Co., Boston, MA. Copper, old, dry yellow paint, and Verdigris surfaces. Flattened full bodied form. All seams intact. Mounted on museum stand. SIZE: 18″ t. 31″ l. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, one small bullet dent. 9-96417 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2068

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2069

LARGE DISPLAYED EAGLE ON BALL WEATHERVANE.

19th/20th Century. Impressive copper spread winged eagle, retaining old gold colored overpaint, having good detail throughout with what appears to be original forged support to back of wings. Attributed to L.W. Cushing & Sons. Accompanied by a custom museum stand. SIZE: Overall: 36″ h x 64″ w. CONDITION: Overall very good, having split & old repair in wing tip due to a fold. 9-94544 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 2069

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2070

COPPER BANNER WEATHERVANE BY FISKE.

Cutout sheet copper weathervane with ball finials and with floral spray at top. Having very good verdigris surface. Attributed to J.W. Fiske, New York. Offered without a museum stand. SIZE: 27″ h x 22″ l. CONDITION: Solder repair. Possible loss at front edge. Upper ball detached. 9-93562 (600-900) – Lot 2070

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2071

TIN AND IRON REVOLVING TALL CANDLE STAND.

Late 18th century, American. Rare, tall revolving iron candle stand, sheet and forged iron. Original dry dark olive green paint. conical sand weighted base, with folded edge foot, adjoining forged iron shaft with pigtail finial. Circular dished, folded edge drip pan and double folded edge seamed candlecups with cleated joinery. Ovoid height adjuster of folded edge form. SIZE: 35-1/2″ CONDITION: Excellent untouched condition, minor surface oxidation. 9-96399 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2071

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2072

HEPPLEWHITE PEMBROKE DROP LEAF TABLE IN CHERRY AND TIGER MAPLE.

Circa early 19th century, Connecticut, River Valley, Massachusetts. Constructed of a boldly figured single plank tiger maple top, and 2 equally well figured drop leaves joined by rule joints. The base constructed in Cherry having tall tapering square legs, constructed with a lengthwise interior brace. SIZE: 36″ x 18-1/2″ x 29″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with replacement to 1 hinge and 2 chips along rule joints, retains old if not original finish. 9-96603 (1,200-2,200) – Lot 2072

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2073

CHROME YELLOW PAINTED LEATHER FIRE BUCKET.

Early 19th, New England. Leather, iron, painted “D. Thomas., No. 89″, with black leafage design. Bright original paint, the interior bittersweet painted. Iron tacked rim, base and body seam. Professionally restored handle, otherwise all original. SIZE: 18-1/2” t. to top of handle. CONDITION: Good, leather good, stitching intact, age appropriate abrasions and paint loss. 9-96584 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2073

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2074

ATTRIBUTED TO HORACE BUNDY (AMERICAN 1814 – 1883) PORTRAIT OF TWO CHILDREN.

Oil on canvas 3/4 portrait depicts two siblings. The elder with arm around his brother, in a blue dress with black piping holding what appears to be a wooden toy. The younger in a red dress with black piping holds a flower. Unframed & unsigned. SIZE: 28-1/2″ x 24″. CONDITION: Stable, patch repair to verso, scattered retouch. 9-96670 (4,000-5,000) – Lot 2074

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2075

FEDERAL FOUR DRAWER TIGER MAPLE BONNET CHEST.

1st quarter 19th century, New England. Chest constructed of finely figured maple having a deep top drawer above 3 graduated drawers, drawer surrounds faced with cockbeaded cherry, having a finely scrolled cut-out Hepplewhite base. Drawers fitted with period Hepplewhite pulls. SIZE: 20″ x 44″ x 42-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, with fine old refinish. 9-94846 (3,500-4,500) – Lot 2075

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2076

TIN HANGING CHANDELIER WITH 6 REMOVABLE ARMS AND DARK SAGE GREEN PAINT.

Early 19th century, American. Tin, round seamed shaft terminating in fluted, crimped cap with original hanging chain. Double cone ribbed body, supporting 6 removable down-swept rolled edge arms, clean-out slotted candlecups and pie-crust crimped drip pans, the whole terminating in weighted double conical pendant with flattened disc between. Early dry green paint. SIZE: 24″ t. 22″ dia. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, age appropriate minor paint loss and oxidation. 9-96421 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2076

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2077

SKEWER SET.

18th century, New England. Fine hanging skewer set, forged iron. Delicately forged with four graduating lobes, the top pierced, above out-swept “mustache” hanger arms, and 3 pairs of pigtail looped graduating sized skewers, the largest pair with flattened blades. SIZE: Approx. 9″ skewers. CONDITION: Very good surface, untouched condition. 9-96364 (700-900) – Lot 2077

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2078

WELL CRAFTED AND ELABORATE PAIR OF FORGED IRON AND BRASS ANDIRONS.

18th century. Very finely forged with scrolling feet, reeded legs, the post with fluting and tapering octagonal shaft, with whitework decoration, scrolling front bar supports with leaf decoration and peened turned brass finials, the top with turned brass finials also peened. SIZE: 27″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 7-75324 (400-600) – Lot 2078

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2079

MASSACHUSETTS FEDERAL TRANSITIONAL INLAID MAHOGANY CARD TABLE.

Circa 1810, Salem or North Shore. The hinged top with elliptic front, ovolo corners, and half serpentine sides string inlaid on the edges above the conforming frieze with oval and rectangular inlaid panels of figural birch and satinwood within mahogany borders raised on ring-turned cylindrical tapering reeded legs continuing to swelled feet headed by engaged colonettes. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h x 36-3/4″ w x 17-1/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Sotheby’s, New York October 13, 2000 Lot 0239. From a fine private Long Island, NY collection. CONDITION: Professionally polished and restored to near original condition. Some slight old damage to areas around hinges at top have been nicely restored. Table retains rich color and patina. Good overall. 9-93319 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2079

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2080

FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY TAMBOUR DESK.

Circa 1800, Massachusetts. In 2 parts, the upper section with tambour compartments each opening to interior of 2 drawers above valanced pigeon holes centering a prospect door with central patera withing a crossbanded border, fitted to the lower case section. The hinged lid opening to a baise lined writing surface over 4 graduated long drawers, string inlaid with cockbeaded edges and original oval brasses. The whole on bracket feet with shaped returns. SIZE: 45-1/2″ h. x 40″ w. x 19″ d. CONDITION: Nicely polished old surfaces, retaining original feet, very good over all. 9-94874 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 2080

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2081

AMERICAN MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK WITH BROKEN ARCH BONNET.

Late 18th century. Broken arch pediment bonnet having brass rosettes and finial with outset reeded columns. The mahogany case with inset quarter columns overlaid with figured mahogany, and block faced pediment and capitol. Crotch mahogany faced door with double tombstone top, base with inset and molded crotch mahogany panel, all sitting atop a scrolling bracket base. Brass time and strike weight driven movement having iron painted dial with ships and flowers. SIZE: 87-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Bonnet top scrolls and finial re-glued after earlier reduction in bonnet height. Bracket base, an old replacement. Case, having old refinish. Dial, nicely repainted. 9-94876 (2,500-4,500) – Lot 2081

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2082

FEDERAL WALNUT CORNER CUPBOARD.

Early 19th century. Pennsylvania. Of small form featuring 2 doors with raised panels, the top door of tombstone form. Having stepped crown molding with Greek Key detail, retaining its original brass “H” hinges, the interior fitted with cupid’s bow scalloped shells. Pine secondary wood. SIZE: 82″ t. 36″ w. CONDITION: Very good, old refinish. 9-96280 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2082

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2083

FORGED IRON RUSH LIGHT WITH ACORN FINIAL.

Mid 18th century, New England. Forged iron. Delicate pincer shaft with acorn finial counterbalance arm. The base and vase turned. The iron in original black paint, the base in original Spanish Brown stain. SIZE: 10″ t. CONDITION: Excellent untouched condition. 9-96366 (500-800) – Lot 2083

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2084
Revised: 1/27/2015

Please note: There is no locking mechanism or key with this lot.

Please note: The tinned paper lining is a replacement lining.

MAPLE PEAR TEA CADDY.

19th century. Carved with stem, having original locking mechanism and key. Lined with tinned paper. SIZE: 6-1/4″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with tight drying crack on base, lock mechanism missing. 9-96204 (700-800) – Lot 2084

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2085

FINE FEDERAL INLAID CHERRY BOWFRONT CHEST OF DRAWERS.

Circa 1791-1805, Connecticut. The rectangular 2-board top with bowed front, the edge with contrasting cross banding above the conforming case fitted with 4 graduated drawers with cockbeaded edges. The chest retains its original, oval brass period hardware engraved with crossed shepherds crook, pineapple and vinery, and stamped on each bail “H.J.”. The initials “HJ” were manufactured by the Birmingham (West Midlands) England Brass manufactures (Thomas Hands & Williams Jenkins) who worked between 1791 and 1805. They were imported into this country by many of the leading American cabinetmakers of this period to accentuate their finished masterpieces. The chest raised on tapering slender French feet. SIZE: 35-1/2″ h. x 39-1/2″ w. x 21-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Professionally French polished, very fine light honey brown patina. Very good overall. 7-70780 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2085

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2086

PAINTED LEATHER FIRE BUCKET FROM THE “ATTENTIVE” FIRE SOCIETY OF BOSTON.

Early 19th century. Boston, Massachusetts. Very well painted leather fire bucket, having a red background with painted scrolls, clasped hands, and cartouches and scroll identifying it as bucket number one for owner “John Rupp – Attentive”. REF: Boston Fire Historical Society documents that the Attentive Fire Society was founded with constitution and rules from 1803, and was formed in 1810. SIZE: 12-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Handle detached on one side, leather on handle badly decayed. Bucket very good with minor loss on back of top edge, scratches and paint loss commensurate with age and use. 9-94898 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2086

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2087
Revised: 1/27/2015

Please note – The correct description is as follows: . IMPORTANT PORTLAND, MAINE SCHOOLGIRL NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER BY MARTHA K. HARDING, 1819. Finely worked on a linen background, primarily in chain-stitch, cross-stitch and satin-stitch. The central poem reads “Of female arts in usefulness, the needle far exceeds the rest. In ornament there’s no device, affords no adorning half so nice.” The bottom of the sampler includes a motif depicting two buildings (possibly the Rachel Hall Neal School and possibly the Harding House) and a border of roses surrounding the entire work. Seven alpha-numeric rows having at the top “Martha K. Harding Oct. 23, 1819″. Housed in a gilt frame. Probably Martha K. Harding, b Oct. 7, 1809 in Gorham, Maine, daughter of Elkannah & Hannah Harding. PROVENANCE: From a fine Portland, Maine home. SIZE: 19-1/2″ x 16-3/4″. Overall: is 28″ x 24-1/2”. CONDITION: Overall very good. Slightly toned linen, several small holes along edges. 9-94786 AL (6,000-8,000).

SCHOOLGIRL’S NEEDLEWORK SAMPLER.

Massachusetts, circa 1825. This schoolgirls sampler was wrought by Martha Harding (1818 – 1841), a student at New Salem Academy from 1822-1829. Finely worked with cotton thread on a linen background, primarily in chain-stitch, cross-stitch and satin-stitch. The central poem reads “Of female arts in usefulness, the needle far exceeds the rest. In ornament there’s no device, affords no adorning half so nice.” The bottom of the sampler includes a motif depicting two buildings (possibly New Salem Academy) and a border of roses surrounding the entire work. Martha’s father, Alpheus Harding, was pastor of the New Salem Congregational Church and preceptor of his daughters school. He also belonged to the King Hiram Royal Arch Chapter Masonic Lodge, where Martha’s artistic abilities were evidenced by several illustrations she created in the King Hiram Chapter mark book. (Permanent collection of the Van Gorden-Williams Library & Archives at the National Heritage Museum). Housed in a gilt frame. SIZE: 19-1/” x 17″. Overall: is 24-1/2″ x 28″. CONDITION: Overall very good. Slightly toned linen, several small holes along edges. 9-94786 (6,000-8,000) – Lot 2087

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2088

PORTSMOUTH BOW FRONT FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS.

1st quarter 19th century. Portsmouth, New Hampshire, mahogany case with bowed top having string inlaid front, the drawer fronts cockbeaded with 3 banded inlaid panels, the center with figured satinwood oval panel, ends with rectangular satinwood panel, all banded with satinwood and ebony. The base with outward curving French feet and scalloped apron. Fitted with oval brass hardware. SIZE: 40-1/2″ x 23-1/2″ x 38-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, with fine old refinished surface, brasses an old replacement. 9-94847 (6,000-8,000) – Lot 2088

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2089

FEDERAL MAHOGANY SEWING STAND WITH BIRDS EYE MAPLE DRAWER FRONTS.

Early 19th century. New England. Having thin overhanging top above 2 dovetailed drawers faced in birds-eye maple with mahogany banding. On tapering legs with slightly inward curving shelf and brass cup casters. Fitted with silk lined sewing drawer. SIZE: 14″ x 19-1/2″ x 28-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good with good old refinish, silk cloth bag and bag frame a replacement. 9-96545 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2089

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2090
Revised: 1/30/2015

Please note: We do not guarantee the age of this tea caddy.

FRUIT WOOD PEAR TEA CADDY.

19th century, carved with stem, having original locking mechanism and key. Lined with tinned paper. SIZE: 6-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, Locking mechanism intact. 9-96203 (800-1,000) – Lot 2090

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2091

TREEN STACKING SPICE BOXES.

Turned wood with interlocking sections, and applied paper labels. SIZE: 8-1/2″ t. each. CONDITION: Good. 9-96205 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2091

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2092

FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY DEMILUNE CARD TABLE.

First quarter, 19th century, New England. The half-round hinged top with double string inlaid edge above the figural mahogany frieze with contrasting inlaid zig-zag border raised on square tapered legs, each headed by oval maple paterae and with conforming inlaid cuffs. SIZE: 28-3/4″ h x 34-1/2″ w x 17″ d. PROVENANCE: From a fine Maine collection. CONDITION: Very good, professionally polished with old surfaces. 9-29868 (400-800) – Lot 2092

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2093

NEW ENGLAND HEPPLEWHITE TWO PART SECRETARY.

Early 19th century. Constructed in two parts of mahogany having a scrolling arch top with plinth and finial center and ends above 2 multi-light doors fitted with a row of 3 small drawers. The base having a flip lid with 2 pull out supports above 3 drawers atop a scrolling base with straight tapering legs having a slight outward curve near the base. Inside the lid fitted with blue velvet writing surface and an inset for inkwells and pens. SIZE: 19″ x 37-1/2″ x 73″ h. CONDITION: Very good overall, old refinish with old replaced brasses. 9-94878 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2093

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2094

UNSIGNED (American, first half century) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN.

Oil on canvas half portrait of a young man wearing a black suit and white shirt, seated next to a stack of books while holding a document in his right hand. Original canvas stenciled “Ashton & Browning 204 Chest Street, Philada”. Housed in a gilt wood frame. SIZE: 30″ x 25″. Overall 32-3/4″ x 27-1/2″ CONDITION: Canvas without stretcher supported by cardboard. Craquelure throughout, surface grime, 3″ area of restoration and several minor losses. 9-94864 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2094

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2095

2 19TH CENTURY TEA CADDIES.

1) Hinged lid mahogany box tea caddie. 4 metal feet, bone escutcheon. 2) Toleware tea caddie with 2 tins having gold colored tops. Black ground having a oriental scene of man fishing with pagoda on lid. SIZE: 1) 5-1/2″ h. x 5″ w. x 4″ d. 2) 3-3/4″ h. x 6-1/4″ w. x 4-3/4″ d. CONDITION: 1) Splits on all sides and top, as found. 2) Some scratches, top has wear and losses. 9-96288 (400-600) – Lot 2095

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2096

FEDERAL WALNUT SLANT LID DESK.

Late 18th early 19th century, probably New York. The rectangular dovetailed case with hinged sloping lid with lopers opening to an interior fitted with an arrangement of drawers over pigeon holes centering a prospect door with large oval patera of a displayed eagle of the great seal of the United States. The case with 4 graduated long drawers with cockbeaded edges raised on French feet with shaped returns. SIZE: 46-1/2″ h. x 39-1/2 w. x 21″ d. CONDITION: Professionally re-polished surfaces with good colored patina, hardware has been replaced with period brasses, lid with minor tight old shrinkage crack. 9-96532 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 2096

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2097

19TH CENTURY LEATHER FIRE BUCKET DATED 1823, CAMBRIDGE N. FISK.

The Cambridge Massachusetts green painted bucket having a red painted collar. The front yellow/white inscription “No.2 Cambridge U.F.S. N. Fisk 1823”. Probably original paint, the U.F.S. in a decorative red and yellow trimmed paint. SIZE: 12-/12″ h. 9″ dia. CONDITION: Some minor losses to paint, surface cracking, both rings present, one ring detached, no handle. 9-96778 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 2097

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2098

ENGLISH 19th CENTURY FRAMED NEEDLEWORK AND WATERCOLOR PICTURE DEPICTING A FAMILY HARVESTING A CROP.

Four women and three children are shown cultivating a vine growing crop which is supported by large stick posts. One child is in foreground next to dog which lays beside water. Unsigned. Housed in an antique maple frame behind eglomised glass. SIZE: Sight size: 19″ x 24″. Overall: 24-3/4″ x 29-1/2″. CONDITION: Some breaks in silk background and discoloration mostly in sky. 9-25205 (600-900) – Lot 2098

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2099

TEA CADDY WITH PAINTED BURL AND MOP DECORATION.

Mid 19th century. England. Dome top tea caddy with all over paint decorated simulated oyster shell burl and MOP rosettes. Having 4 turned trumpet feet. The interior fitted with 2 similarly decorated lids and retaining original pulls and hardware. SIZE: 7″ x 4-1/2″ x 5″ t. CONDITION: Very good, clean. 9-96551 (600-900) – Lot 2099

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2100

ROSEWOOD LAP DESK WITH BRASS INLAY.

Late 19th century. American. Rectangular chest opening to a slanted writing surface, the interior fitted with spaces for ink wells and pens. SIZE: 10″ x 16″ x 4-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good. 9-94809 (200-300) – Lot 2100

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2101

TIGER MAPLE, CHERRY AND MAHOGANY HEPPLEWHITE SERVER.

Last quarter 18th century. New England. This fine server has a cherry case, and the face is banded with mahogany veneer, having 3 shallow drawers above 2 deep bottle drawers centered by 2 doors above 2 long drawers. All faced with well figured tiger maple panels, framed with figured mahogany banding, the doors with oval crotch mahogany panels, having satinwood banding. All above a base with French feet in the front and straight feet in the back, and with a elaborate scalloped apron, white pine secondary wood. SIZE: 20″ x 41″ x 41″ h. CONDITION: Very good, fine old refinish, brasses a replacement. 9-94839 (5,000-7,000) – Lot 2101

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2102

FIGURED SATINWOOD COFFIN TOP TEA CADDY.

Early 19th century. England. Featuring an unusual form with heavily figured satinwood panels with multicolor exotic wood banding, chamfered edges and exotic wood stripes. Oval grained mahogany panels. Interior with 2 compartments having figured wood covers, complete with original lock and escutcheon. SIZE: 7-1/4″ x 4-3/4″ x 5″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with old refinished. 9-96548 (800-1,200) – Lot 2102

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2103

FINE FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY CARD TABLE.

1810-15, Salem, Massachusetts. Hinged mahogany top with half serpentine sides, ovolo corners, and elliptic front above the conforming frieze with rectangular figural birch panels bordered by rosewood crossbanding raised on swelled and tapering ring-turned reeded legs headed by reeded three-quarter engaged colonettes terminating in slender cylindrical feet. NOTE: The frontal legs are secured to the frieze reinforced by unusual “W” shaped glue block. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h x 36-1/2″ w x 18-1/2″ d. PROVENANCE: John S. Walton Antiques. From a fine private Long Island, NY collection. CONDITION: Table retains near full height, the original surfaces professionally cleaned and polished, the top remains true with absence of bowing or warping. Very good overall. 9-93322 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2103

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2104

UNSIGNED (American, First half of the 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF A KING CHARLES SPANIEL ON A RED PILLOW.

Wonderful oil on canvas interior scene shows a brown and white curly haired spaniel type dog lying on a red pillow. On the left side is the edge of an empire card table which has a green cloth covering it. A classical wallpaper is the backdrop and a green painted floor is under the cushion. Housed in a period ripple black frame, unsigned. SIZE: 32″ x 40″ Overall: 34″ x 42″ PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey Collection; W. M. Schwind, Jr. Antiques 9/13/98 CONDITION: Minor touch up, very good. 9-90626 (2,500-4,000) – Lot 2104

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2105

UNSIGNED (American, Mid 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF A DOG IN INTERIOR SETTING.

Oil on canvas scene shows a brown dog with human like face standing on a red footstool with a paw up on a side table. The interior background is set with a pewter shelf and large stoneware pitcher. Housed in a decorated gilt modern frame with linen liner, unsigned. SIZE: 24″ x 30″ Overall: 30″ x 36-1/2″ PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey Collection CONDITION: Very good 9-90632 (800-1,200) – Lot 2105

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2106

FEDERAL INLAID MAHOGANY CYLINDER SECRETARY.

Circa 1810, New England. The case in 2 parts, the bookcase upper section surmounted by brass urn formed finials and shaped frieze above a pair of glass doors with arched tops above geometric concentric circle mullions, fitted to the lower case of 3 aligned short drawers above a cylinder barrel roll opening to an interior fitted with a line of valanced pigeon holes above 8 small drawers all with birch fronts above a baise lined writing surface, the barrel with oval fan inlaid patera within a rectangular inlaid striped border with contrasting fan spandrels. The case additionally fitted with 3 long drawers raised on tapering cylindrical ring-turned legs. SIZE: 94″ h. x 42″ w. x 23″ d. CONDITION: Very good, with well polished surfaces, old shrinkage crack repairs to side of case, center finial at crest absent, hardware replaced, otherwise good. 9-96519 (3,500-5,500) – Lot 2106

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2107
Revised: 2/3/2015

Please note: The chest has three replaced legs.

FINE FEDERAL TIGER MAPLE AND CHERRY CHEST OF DRAWERS.

Circa 1810, Vermont. The rectangular top with birdseye maple cross panel above the conforming case with a frieze inlaid figural maple panels over 4 graduated long drawers each with birdseye panels within shaped mahogany crossbanded borders and diamond and mahogany shield form escutcheons above a shaped apron with centrel pendant raised on slender tapering French feet with spurred returns. Note: a similar chest of drawers sold at Skinner Inc., lot #26 April 14, 2011. SIZE: 37-1/2″ h. x 44-3/4″ w. x 20″ d. CONDITION: Surface with fine professional re-polishing and with good honey brown color and patina, chest retains original hardware and feet, overall very good. 9-96541 (8,000-12,000) – Lot 2107

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2108

FEDERAL MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK WITH BRASS WORKS.

Late 18th early 19th century. New England or New Jersey. The case in mahogany with pine secondary, bonnet with broken arch pediment, having floral carved rosettes and carved finial, the frieze and door surround with satin wood and ebony string inlay and full turned tapering mahogany columns. The case with cove moldings and quarter columns having string inlaid door with inlaid oval panel, the base string inlaid with round inlaid panel and step base molding. The movement in brass with time strike and moon mechanism, the face of painted iron fitted with moon dial, sweep second hand and calendar window. The painted face having black letters and gold detail, the moon window fitted with cottage scene and scene of sailing ship, having two very well detailed map images of North and South America and Europe, Asia, and Africa. SIZE: 88″ t. CONDITION: Very good overall, minor paint loss to clock face, base shows evidence of having corner bracket feet at one time. 9-96572 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2108

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2109

FINE PAINTED SAROUK RUG.

Early 20th century. Floral vinery on a plum ground within a dense floral and lotus blossom main border and guard borders. SIZE: 8′ 8″ x 12′ 3″. CONDITION: Generally even pile with good color. 9-96513 (2,500-3,000) – Lot 2109

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2110

FULL BODIED ZINC AND COPPER COW WEATHERVANE BY J.W. FISKE.

Late 19th century, American. Finely crafted with full detail, featuring cast zinc head and hollow full body figure of a cow, complete with udder, standing on all 4 legs. Manufactured by the J.W. Fiske & Co., New York City. SIZE: 27″ l. x 15″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with superior weathered surface revealing traces of original gilding. 9-96220 (4,000-5,000) – Lot 2110

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2111
Revised: 1/21/2015

Please note: The title states “FLATTENED COPPER”, but should read “FULL-BODIED COPPER”.

FLATTENED COPPER FORMAL HORSE AND RIDER WEATHERVANE.

Late 19th century. Attributed to A.L. Jewell, Waltham, Massachusetts. This fine example with verdigris and gilded surface depicting a rider in sheet copper silhouette, the horse with bead eyes, the sheet copper tail and mount. Offered without stand. SIZE: 27-1/2″ h. Approximately 30″ l. CONDITION: With good old surface, tail with possible old restoration at body, mounting rod on flange with later rivets, generally good. 9-96766 (12,000-18,000) – Lot 2111

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2112

LARGE “NELSON” RUNNING HORSE WEATHERVANE.

Early 20th century. Probably by Washburne or by J.L. Mott, New York. Featuring a very well modeled horse weathervane with finely molded cast zinc head and hollow copper full body. Having well detailed mane and tail. A similar example manufactured by the J.L. Mott Company, New York City. Ref: p 13 of the 1892 J.L. Mott catalog. “Nelson” was a nationally famous record setting “trotter” of the 1890’s. SIZE: 31″ x 44″t. CONDITION: Minor seam separation at the top of the tail, old in-use solder repairs along spine, seam separation on back leg, slight seam separation on front leg, overall very good condition with weathered surface, with traces of original gilding. 9-96217 (6,000-8,000) – Lot 2112

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2113

COPPER AND ZINC RUNNING HORSE AND JOCKEY WEATHERVANE.

First half 20th century, New England. Probably Washburne, the well detailed and finely modeled cast zinc head with cast zinc jockey, featuring hollow molded copper full bodied horse with flowing tail, reins and bridle of sheet copper and wire. SIZE: 32″ l. x 19″t. CONDITION: Very good, surface re-gilded, with traces of original gilded surface. 9-96215 (4,000-5,000) – Lot 2113

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2114

CARVED AND PAINTED CANADIAN GOOSE DECOY BY JOHN G. EGELI II.

20th century. New Jersey. Bearing the brass tag of the carver John G. Egeli II, 21 Norman Avenue, Roebling, N.J. (1913-1979). Very well carved with glass eyes, finely detailed bill, and stylized wing and tail feathers. Having fine original paint. Of hollow body form. SIZE: 27″ l. x 10-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96145 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2114

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2115

CARVED CANADA GOOSE DECOY.

Late 19th Century, New England. Pine, original paint. Working decoy retaining strong original painted surfaces, slightly turned head, glass eyes, carved beak details, the body with simple carved wing and tail. Original weight and rig ring intact. SIZE: 25″ x 13″ t. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, minor beak use wear, minor surface abrasions, very nice in-use patina. 9-96593 (800-1,400) – Lot 2115

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2116

CARVED AND PAINTED GROUSE IN FLIGHT, SIGNED S. BISHOP.

Late 20th century. Well carved and painted figure of a grouse in flight, mounted on a driftwood base. Signed on base “S. Bishop”. SIZE: 12-1/2″ t. wingspread 16″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-94880 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2116

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2117

RARE AND IMPORTANT SET OF 25 A.E. CROWELL MINIATURE SHORE BIRDS, WITH ORIGINAL RECEIPT.

Early to mid 20th century. Massachusetts. Featuring 25 carved and extremely well painted miniature shore bird figures mounted on carved wooden bases. Each bird individually marked with a number in pencil and with the impressed carvers mark “A.E.Crowell – Maker – East Harwich, Mass.”. Accompanying this lot will be an original receipt with inventory of the 25 birds from A.E. Crowell. A. Elmer Crowell (1862 – 1952) master decoy carver from East Harwich, Mass., specializing in shore birds, waterfowl, and miniatures. His decoy’s are considered among the most desirable made because of his artistic approach. SIZE: Approx., 3″ to 5″ l., each. PROVENANCE: Purchased directly from A.E. Crowell by the Grandmother of the current owner. CONDITION: Very good, very clean. Always displayed behind glass. 9-96576 (10,000-15,000) – Lot 2117

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2118

PAIR DUCK DECOY WALL PLANTERS.

Mid 20th century, American. Pine, original dry, vibrant paint. Full bodied 1/2 round form Mallard Ducks, interior wells carved for small plants. Well detailed paint, with glass eyes. Appears to retain original hangers. SIZE: 17″ l. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, minor abrasions. 9-96592 (400-600) – Lot 2118

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2119

CARVED AND PAINTED SWAN DECOY.

Mid 20th century. American. Constructed from a large block for the body with smooth corners of squared form and similarly carved head and neck, having white paint with black painted detail. SIZE: 27″ l. x 21″ h. CONDITION: Split in back, neck with breaks and splits and reattached and losses to bill. 9-96427 (500-700) – Lot 2119

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2120

ANTIQUE METAL DOUBLE CANDLE WALL SCONCE.

The hanging wall sconce having a slightly curved back, decorated with raised bands engraving flowers and other decorative elements. The back is flanked by two turned metal half columns, punch decorated “Anno 1695”. Probably 19th/20th century. The back supporting a shaped drip tray holding two candle holders. SIZE: 14-1/2″ h. x 8″ w. CONDITION: Old style patina, a great look. 9-96780 (300-500) – Lot 2120

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2121

FINE CARVED BLACKAMOOR/COUNTER TOP CIGAR STORE FIGURE.

Late 19th century, American. Full bodied pine carving of a female with reticulated arms at elbows and shoulders. She wears a blue dress with red boots having orange tops. Very well carved with the head having fine detail. Mounted on a museum base. SIZE: 27-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good overall, with losses to hair, minor split in side of face, losses to gesso on hand and loss to toe of one boot. 9-96583 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 2121

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2122

SCENIC DECORATED TRINKET BOX.

Early 19th century, New England. Pine, original paint, fantasy landscape decorated lid, with sailboat on river, various buildings, trees, gardens and a person with hat. The sides and front with meandering vine in wide band border, the central areas floral and leafage decorated. Bottom pencil inscribed “Grandmother Bartlett Gave Me When I Was A Small Girl. Old then. Lizzi M Brown Center. I am 70 in Jan 1928″. Original wire hinges, the box pegged throughout, blue laid paper interior. SIZE: 8″ x 5-1/2″ x 3”. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, minor abrasions. 9-96423 (500-1,000) – Lot 2122

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2123

CARVED MINIATURE CHEST OF DRAWERS.

Mid 19th century, PA. Walnut and pine. Probably intended as a bride’s chest, decorated with deep relief carving throughout. Original finish with darker finished carved elements. Dovetailed case with mortised double reel and ring turned feet. The front with numerous carved motifs, including hex symbols, six point stars, etc. The top with central carved heart beneath “1850”, flanked by meandering leafage sprays. Right side initialed “I D”, with leafage spray and diamond carving. Left side with leafage spray and diamond carving. Applied carved molding, top and bottom. The drawers fitted with original reel and mushroom cap knobs and original brass locks. SIZE: 11″ x 16″ x 17-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good, original condition. 9-96395 (2,000-5,000) – Lot 2123

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2124

SHAKER SWING HANDLED BUCKET IN RED PAINT.

Early 19th century, NY. Pine and ash, attrib: Mt. Lebanon (or Hancock), NY. Original red paint. buttonhole banded with fine elongated joinery, tapered pine staves with inset bottom. Carved handle with spatulate ends, secured by mushroom cap knobs. Untouched worn surfaces, with fine patina. Ref: Shaker Woodenware, Sprigg & Johnson, p 123. SIZE: 8-1/2″ t. 10-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, wear commensurate with age. 9-96401 (800-1,200) – Lot 2124

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2125

SHAKER CANTED SIDE TUB IN GREEN PAINT.

Circa mid 19th century, N.H. Pine and ash, with dry Windsor green paint. Overlap banded, with tapered body, chamfered rim, inset bottom, staves tongue jointed. Unpainted interior. Tight construction. CONDITION: Very good, original condition, very minor wear. 9-96400 (400-600) – Lot 2125

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2126

6 MINIATURE BASKETS INCLUDING A SHAKER SEWING BASKET.

20th century. 1) A fine poplar splint sewing basket with hinged lid, lined with lavender velvet and trimmed with pink bows, marked on bottom, “Shaker Goods, Alfred, Maine”. With tag inside “James to Margaret, 1928”. 2) A treen miniature barrel with woven cane work, with various colors, having “porcupine” style decoration. 3) A treen miniature barrel bank with woven cane work, with various colors, having “porcupine” style decoration. 4) An octagonal straw work basket, with lid. 5) Long needle pine and straw coil work basket with cover. 6) Split bamboo woven basket with cover. SIZE: 1) 3-1/2″ x 3″ x 1-3/4″. 2) 3-1/4″ t. 3″ dia. 3) 3″ t. 2-3/4″ dia. 4) 5-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ x 2-1/2″. 5) 3-1/2″ t. 3-3/4″ dia. 6) 3-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ x 2-1/2″. CONDITION: 1) Wear to kid leather trim. 2) Very good. 3) Very good. 4) Minor wear commensurate with age. 5) very good condition. 6) Very good. 9-96686 (700-900) – Lot 2126

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2127

FIGURED MAPLE CHROME YELLOW PAINTED BOWL.

Early 19th century, NH. Thin walled with high foot, deep bowl imitating its porcelain counterpart, in form. Vibrant dry chrome yellow paint, with natural patina interior. SIZE: 11-1/2″ x 3-3/4″. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition. 9-96403 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2127

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2128

MORTAR AND PESTLE IN OLIVE GREEN PAINT.

Early 19th century, New England. Maple. Retaining original painted surface, the elliptical shaped pestle with pronounced rim and tall footed base. The unpainted, tall, tapered pestle with shouldered, swelled handle and mushroom cap finial. SIZE: Mortar 7-1/4″ t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, patina. 9-96377 (700-1,000) – Lot 2128

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2129

HANGING, YELLOW SPICE CHEST.

Late 19th century, New England. Painted eight drawer chest, poplar and ash. Well proportioned form with shaped and pierced back, the case of drawers fitted with original ball form wooden knobs, set on overhanging base. Dry crusty yellow paint with nice patina, over original blue, the knobs in old gray. SIZE: 10″ x 4-1/2″ x 15″ h. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, minor age appropriate abrasions and crazed paint. 9-96381 (700-900) – Lot 2129

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2130

PAINTED SAWBUCK TABLE.

Circa early 19th century, New England. Pine, original ochre and brown grained paint. Single board pegged, scrubbed top, with square cleats beneath. Affixed, square X-base legs with medial trough. SIZE: 26-1/2″ x 60″ x 29″. CONDITION: Very good condition, minor abrasions. 9-96602 (800-1,800) – Lot 2130

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2131

6 SHAKER LADDER BACK SIDE CHAIRS.

Late 19th early 20th century. Probably Canterbury New Hampshire. Of simple form, with straight back posts having delicately turned finials, fitted with 3 broad arch-top slats. The top slat held in place with a small wooden peg. Having simple dowel stretchers. The seats of woven splint. SIZE: 43″ t. CONDITION: Very good, black paint smooth and could be original. 9-96555 (800-1,200) – Lot 2131

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2132

SLIDE LID TRINKET BOX IN BIRDSEYE MAPLE.

Early 19th century, New England. Maple and pine. Fluted sliding lid with double carved finger lid pulls, the box finely dovetailed, with shaped shoulder inset chamfered pine bottom. Original finish with fine dark patina. SIZE: 3″ x 2″ x 7-3/4″ t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition. 9-96383 (500-700) – Lot 2132

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2133

PAINTED DOUBLE STEPBACK HANGING SHELVES.

Early 19th century, American. Pine, fine form, suitable for standing or hanging, with applied molded cornice, above thin stock double stepback sides, the shelves of graduating depth. Early dark, crusty varnish surface over original mushroom color paint. SIZE: 20″ x 9″ x 29″. CONDITION: Good untouched condition. 9-96595 (500-800) – Lot 2133

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2134

GREEN PAINTED PEG LEG CANDLESTAND.

Circa mid 18th century, New England. Pine, ash, cleaned to original Windsor Green paint. Circular, carved chamfered edge top, affixed to beveled, chamfered cleat. Mortise joined carved round shaft, chamfered square platform, with mortised splayed octagonal legs. SIZE: 13″ dia. CONDITION: Good condition with minor abrasions and paint wear. 9-96601 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2134

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2135

WALNUT SAW BUCK TABLE.

Late 17th/early 18th Century. Table having a three-board splined top, sitting atop a base constructed from 2 “X” type saw buck ends having an iron rod stretcher. SIZE: Top 30″ x 8′. 28″ h. CONDITION: Top is well worn, and well used with some worm damage. Base has minor losses to 2 feet and wear commensurate with age. Top appears to be original to base but both ends have been trimmed. 9-25082 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2135

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2136

PAINTED COUNTRY MEETING HOUSE BENCH.

Early 19th century, New England. Pine, original dry red brown paint. Slat back form, with shaped arm sides terminating in bootjack end feet, with single plank overhung seat. SIZE: 68″ x 16″ x 34″ t. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, old in-use loss to front of both arms, age appropriate abrasions, wear throughout. 9-96393 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2136

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2137

19TH CENTURY PAINT DECORATED APOTHECARY/SPICE CHEST.

Of Vermont origin, circa 1830, made from butternut and basswood. The counter top 9 drawer example in original red paint with yellow pinstripe. The drawer fronts stained dark red with yellow pinstripe, each drawer fitted with original wood stained knob. Right side with thin yellow over paint. SIZE: 17-1/4″ h. x 22″ w. x 10-3/4″ d. CONDITION: One knob missing small section, some expected abrasion scarring to top, generally very good. 9-96640 (800-1,200) – Lot 2137

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2138

WONDERFUL SCROLLED BACK HANGING SHELVES.

Early 19th century, New England. Poplar, dry original finish. The scrolled sides dovetailed at base, adjoining two shelves with scrolled, pierced, fishtail crested single plank backboard. Thin stock, nicely detailed construction. SIZE: 20″ x 4″ x 16″ t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition. 9-96594 (400-800) – Lot 2138

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2139

BITTERSWEET PAINTED TRENCHER.

19th century, American. Maple, original dry bittersweet paint. Rectangular, curved ended form, with carved outset handles at each end. Natural patina interior. SIZE: 18-1/2″ x 10-1/2″ x 3″. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition. 9-96591 (600-900) – Lot 2139

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2140

BLUE PAINTED FARRIER’S BOX.

Early 19th century, New England. Pine, original dry, crusty blue paint, great form, the rectangular box with vase shaped uprights and attached with large single dovetail, having double well box above. SIZE: 11-1/2″ x 20″ x 16″ h. CONDITION: Age appropriate wear, early long putty repair to underside of long side bottom box. Otherwise untouched condition. 9-96425 (700-900) – Lot 2140

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2141

SMALL CHROME YELLOW FIRKIN.

Late 19th century, New England. Small chrome yellow bail handled pantry box, pine, maple, iron. Good small size and color, original dry Chrome Yellow paint. Maple fingered bands, iron lower band, iron shaped bail handle with maple hand grip. SIZE: 6-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, minor paint abrasions. 9-96373 (700-900) – Lot 2141

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2142

SMALL ROBIN’S EGG BLUE PAINTED OVAL PANTRY BOX.

Circa 19th century, Hingham, MA. Maple, pine, original paint. Opposing, 2 fingered box, copper nailed and wooden pegged, retaining very strong original paint. SIZE: 5-1/2″ x 3-3/4″ x 2″ h. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition. 9-96628 (500-800) – Lot 2142

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2143

REDWARE APPLE BANK.

Early-mid 19th century, American. Redware pottery with original dry, crusty paint. SIZE: 3″ dia. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition. 9-96369 (400-600) – Lot 2143

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2144

STATE OF MAINE PAINTED BLANKET CHEST.

1st half 19th century, Maine. Pine, vibrant, bold black and red original, dry, crusty grained paint. Finely dovetailed case with applied, raised, chamfered base, the front and sides flush to floor, the rear with bracket mounts. Lid with simple applied molding, interior with lidded till. Original hinges, escutcheon, lock and keeper (the keeper removed and included). SIZE: 18″ x 37″ x 21″ h. CONDITION: Excellent untouched condition, with very little edge wear. 9-96386 (800-1,200) – Lot 2144

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2145

ONE DRAWER HEPPLEWHITE STAND.

Late 18th century, New England. One drawer Hepplewhite side stand, pine and maple. Fine form, with generously overhanging single plank breadboard ended top, above deep skirt with pegged maple legs. The drawer with overhung molded edges, original mushroom knob, dovetailed. Dry, early crusty red paint over original red. SIZE: 22″ x 19″ x 27″ t. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, age commensurate wear and abrasions. 9-96398 (800-1,200) – Lot 2145

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2146

FARMINGTON MAINE VINEGAR GRAINED STORAGE TRUNK.

Early 19th century, Maine. Dome top storage chest with dovetail corners, having oyster shell pattern graining, in ocher and brown with red highlights. SIZE: 30″ x 16″ x 13″ t. CONDITION: Very good, edge wear commensurate with age, 7″ drying split on top. 9-96689 (700-800) – Lot 2146

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2147

RED PAINTED HEPPLEWHITE WORK TABLE.

Circa early 19th century, New England. In pine and maple having a dry, crusty red paint over and earlier red paint. Having a thin overhanging single board top above 2 thin drawers with original brass knobs having square tapering legs. SIZE: 18″ x 18″ x 28-3/4″ t. CONDITION: Minor legs splits to front leg and top, painted surface showing normal wear commensurate with age. 9-96604 (700-1,100) – Lot 2147

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2148

HEARTH BROOM, BLACK AMERICANA.

Early-mid 19th century, PA. Walnut horsehair, iron. Wonderful relief carved 1/2 round grinning blackface holder, with horsehair “hair” brush, mortise attached to square tapered and flared handle, attached iron ring hanger, back side. SIZE: 16″ t. CONDITION: Very good, Original dark patina finish. 9-96367 (500-1,000) – Lot 2148

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2149

SHEET TIN COW WEATHERVANE.

First quarter 20th century, American. Finely designed silhouette of a cow, constructed from two layers of sheet metal riveted together with rivet attached pocket to allow for mounting on a rod. Having good old multilayer painted surface. Included with this lot is the museum stand. SIZE: 26″ l. x 16″ t. CONDITION: Very good with pleasant surface, having paint losses commensurate with age. 9-96426 (800-1,200) – Lot 2149

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2150

SMALL SHEET IRON PEA FOWL SILHOUETTE WEATHERVANE.

Early 20th century, American. Iron, original silver gray paint. Very sculptural form, with fine cut-work detail. Original mounting rod. Mounted on museum stand. SIZE: 10″ figure. CONDITION: Very good original condition, age appropriate wear and light oxidation. 9-96407 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2150

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2151

AMERICAN FLAG WEATHERVANE.

Mid 20th century. Sheet iron, original dry polychrome painted surfaces. Depicting the 13 star flag, with pierced stars and stripes, on pole, adjoining arrow with 5 stars, mounted on original downrod. SIZE: 15″ x 30-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, age appropriate wear and oxidation. 9-96415 (600-1,000) – Lot 2151

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2152

1580 ENGRAVED VIEW OF PRAGUE.

Circa 1580. German. Two views on one double sheet, the upper showing the Czech Republic of Prague with views of the new and old city below either side of the Vltava River. The lower view shows a perspective of the city Cheb on the river Eger. These maps came from the publication “Civitates” that was compiled and written by George Braun candidate of the Cologne Cathedral. This example is uncolored. SIZE: Plate 13-1/4″ x 18-1/2″. Frame 17″ x 22″. CONDITION: Very good, some stains. 7-75217 (200-300) – Lot 2152

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2153

BRASS ALMS BOWL.

18th century, Continental. Central boss surrounded by a Gothic lettered inscription. SIZE: 18″ dia. CONDITION: Normal & expected wear to surface, with denting along rim throughout. 7-75403 (200-300) – Lot 2153

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2154

2 HAMMERED BRASS BAPTISMAL BASINS.

1) 15th or 16th century. Probably German. Featuring a repoussed image of the Annunciation, the Virgin Mary being visited by an Angel. The central image surrounded by text, having a raised flattened edge with chased decoration, the basin edge of hammered brass around an iron wire. 2) Circa 16th or 17th century. Probably German. Featuring a central image of urns and scrolls surrounded by text, having a raised and flattened edge with a chased decoration. Basin edge hammered brass around an iron wire. SIZE: 1) 15″ dia. 2) 17″ dia. CONDITION: 1) Edge roughness with splits and losses, image very good. 2) Very good with minor denting and wear commensurate with age. 9-96450 (300-500) – Lot 2154

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2155

EUROPEAN 18TH CENTURY PELLET CROSSBOW.

The wood stock having a 7″ inlaid engraved brass decorative insert. Steel hardware, with arched steel bow. Appears to be complete. SIZE: 28″ l. x 26″ w. CONDITION: One tip of front sight broken, crack to bottom of stock, nice patina, otherwise good. 7-75408 (300-500) – Lot 2155

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2156

ENGLISH QUEEN ANNE FLINT LOCK PISTOL.

Early 18th century. England. Featuring a small pistol with engraved steel barrel and a flint lock mechanism, having figural nickel silver butt plate and walnut grip with inlaid silver wire. SIZE: 10″ l. CONDITION: Very good, minor repair to butt, slight loss to wire inlay. 9-96525 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 2156

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2157

VERY FINE, SUPERBLY ETCHED, COMPLETE SUIT OF ARMOR AFTER THE ORIGINAL MADE FOR JOACHIM II, ELECTOR OF BRANDENBURG, CIRCA 1850 BY AN UNIDENTIFIED GERMAN MASTER ARMORER.

This armor is exceptionally well made by a master armorer for a wealthy patron. The original which was in the Berlin Museum is now missing and presumed to be destroyed or in Russia. The armor consists of a close helmet ostensibly of one piece with low roped comb, visor with hinged trap and lifting stud, bevor, gorget of four plates, bulbous breastplate with movable gussets, tassets of four plates, hinged lance rest, and shaped backplate. The arms are complete with right and left pauldron, upper and lower cannons, couters with wings, and gauntlets with gently pointed cuffs and fingers (missing). The leg armor consists of cuisses of one piece, poleyns with small wings, greaves of two plates, and sabatons with spatulate toes. The entire armor is superbly etched with winged angel heads, royal figures carrying tridents, helmeted hermaphrodites, winged eagles, and most significantly on the breastplate the royal arms of the Elector of Brandenburg all on a blackened ground. The outstanding richness of the etched decoration is enhanced by extensive use of brass headed rivets. The thickness of the steel is that of the period 1530 and the armor is articulated so that it could be worn either on the battlefield, the lists, or on parade. The maker’s mark PVS and a date 1560 appears as part of the etched decoration. As the Elector Joachim II died in 1535 there is the exciting possibility that this armor is something other than a copy of the Elector’s armor. There are traces of gilding in the etching. This armor and another sold in the 1983 dispersal of Hever Castle, Lot 52, from the Collection of Prince von Hohenlohe represent an enigma to students of armor, even those as respected as the late Dr. John Hayward who cataloged the Hever Collection. Though the condition of both points to a post Renaissance period and are likely the work of the Imperial Armorers of the Kaiserliche Hofplattnerei in Vienna during the second quarter of the 19th century, they could be earlier. The Hever armor sold for 26,000 Pounds in 1983 and was bought by Karsten von Klingbiel. It was resold in 2011 at Pierre Berge in Belgium for 85,000 Euros hammer price. PROVENANCE: Thomas Brady. CONDITION: The condition of this armor is excellent with clean, polished surfaces, crisp etching, and little wear. The gauntlets are not a pair and the left gauntlet is plain. The fingers are missing from the right gauntlet and the left has several missing as well. Overall this is a lovely armor of excellent quality throughout and if of the period would be unobtainable. It is a lovely, striking piece that will be the focal point of even the most advanced collection of arms and armor. 4-51982 (65,000-85,000) – Lot 2157

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2158

FRAMED REVOLUTIONARY WAR LETTER.

The single folded page being addressed to “The Hon. Major General Wadsworth-Durham”. The single page letter “Wallingford May 7th, 1778″ from Colonel Thaddeus Cook (1728-1800). The letter is answering General Wadsworth’s order to provide him with additional forces, and Col. Cook is answering saying those companies no longer have enough enlisted men, but he has found 33 men that he thinks will provide what Col. Cook needs, but needs officers to go with them, which he will try to provide. Housed in a gilt frame, loosely mounted. SIZE: 12-1/4″ x 16″. Overall: 16″ x 19-1/2”. CONDITION: Age spots across letter, folds, generally readable and presentable. 7-75399 (300-500) – Lot 2158

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2159

THE FIRST PRAYER IN CONGRESS ENGRAVING.

19th century. American. An engraving of “The First Prayer In Congress, September, 1774, in Carpenters Hall, Philadelphia”, featuring the Reverend Mr. Duche delivering a prayer to the members of congress, published in Boston by L. A. Elliot & Co. With the accompanying print delineating the identity of each person in the print. SIZE: Plate 20-1/2″ x 25″. Overall 24-1/2″ x 30″. CONDITION: Wide margins with 1/2″ folded edge, 3″ tear at bottom of print, some toning. 9-25029 (200-400) – Lot 2159

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2160

5 AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL PIECES OF DINNERWARE.

Consisting of two fine porcelain demitasse cups and saucers decorated with the presidential emblem, in gold on reverse T.V. Limoges, France, Decore pour M.W. Beveridge. Washington, D.C., Harrison 1892. Together with a china dinner plate with the presidential emblem and blue feather edge. SIZE: Plate is 10″ dia. Saucers are 5″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a Maine collection CONDITION: Cups and saucers are very good condition. Plate very good. 9-94557 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2160

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2161

RARE CANTON FOOTED OPEN SALT FROM THE THOMAS JEFFERSON “J” DINNER SERVICE.

Circa 1790’s. Standard Chinese export blue decorated open salt has decorated against its white background a blue shield with knights head monogrammed with a large script “J”. Several pieces of this Chinese export dinner service are documented in the White House collection and The Cincinnati Museum of Art. Through scholarly research and documentation a direct link to Jefferson has not been established nor have shards of this service been excavated at Monticello, it is widely accepted that this service was Jefferson’s and research continues to grow as other pieces are found. REF: A plate of this service illustrated figure 114 page 174 of Chinese export porcelain for the American trade 1785-1835 by Jean Mudge. SIZE: 1-1/4″ h. x 3-1/2 w. x 2-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96819 (2,000-2,500) – Lot 2161

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2162
Revised: 2/4/2015

Special clarification: The cataloger notes in the description “possibly attributed to” which means that we do not guarantee that he for certain was the artist.

WILLIE H. BROWN (American, 1808-1883) “MOUNT VERNON”.

Charcoal and ink scene depicts an early scene of Mount Vernon nestled on a knoll. Trees and water with sailboats surround with two people walking up the lawn towards the majestic house. Housed in an early 20th Century painted wood frame. Signed lower right “Willie H. Brown” and titled lower center, possibly attributed to 19th century printer William H. Brown (American, 1808-1883). Note: Composition is similar (but not identical) to and English steel engraving by J. Andrews created in 1840 after a drawing by W. Croome. SIZE: Sight: 17″ x 21-1/4″. Overall 21″ x 25-1/4″. CONDITION: 2″ tears lower right in margin, discoloration, spotting and paper is toned, frame has chips and losses, over-paint. 9-96770 (800-1,200) – Lot 2162

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2163

FOUR COLORED GEORGE WASHINGTON ENGRAVINGS.

1) Untitled, showing a standing George Washington, copyrighted by Max Rosenthal 1903 (pencil signed); 2) “Washington’s Dream”, Currier & Ives lithograph 1857, housed in a mat with shrinkwrap; 3) “Washington’s Triumphant Entry into Philadelphia”, after a painting by V. De Paredes, dated 1914; 4) Untitled, colored lithograph showing the Washington Family overlooking the Potomac. SIZE: 1) 29-1/2″ x 19-1/2″; 2) Sight size: 22-3/4″ x 16-1/4″ Overall: 28″ x 22″; 3) 24″ x 34″; 4) 28″ x 40″. CONDITION: All shrink wrapped to foam core. 1) Some tears and creases to margin edge, image very good; 2) very good; 3) mounted to light board, some minor losses to edge, otherwise very good; 4) several rips and losses of margins, one central tear 4″ into image, colors strong and vibrant. 9-25028 (500-1,000) – Lot 2163

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2164

UNSIGNED (American, 19th Century) LIBERTY RELEASING THE SLAVE FROM BONDAGE.

Oil on canvas allegorical scene shows Lady Liberty with U.S. Flag behind, raising up shackles while pouring a drink to a mother & child below her. The freed slave is kneeling with arms raised. All seen on a coastal landscape. Housed in an antique lemon gold molded wood frame. SIZE: 16″ x 24″. Overall: 20-1/2″ x 28-1/4″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-25201 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2164

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2165

LAMBERT SACHS (American, 1818-1903) & PAUL (GOTTLIEB DANIEL) WEBER (German, 1813-1916) GEORGE WASHINGTON IN PRAYER AT VALLEY FORGE.

Collaborative oil on panel created by Lambert Sachs and Paul Weber, capturing the moment when General Washington kneels in prayer, asking for the protection from his heavenly father for the success of the impending mission. A Quaker by the name of Mr. Potts observes the scene from behind the bushes. Inscribed on verso “Geo Washington in Prayer at Valley Forge by Lambert Sachs, landscape Paul Weber”. This lot is accompanied by a hand colored lithograph by Peter Kramer after this Lambert Sachs painting, published by P. S. Duval & Co., Phila., 1854. Painting is housed in a modern gilt wood frame. Lithograph is housed in 19th century gilt frame. The historical importance of this painting cannot be underestimated. To find the original painting by two esteemed artists of their time and having been used as the basis for a rare and desirable historical lithograph is an important discovery. The colored engraving puts in print to the American public a side of Washington that was unknown and showed the human side of Washington during his hardest times. The print is a fine rendition of Weber and Sachs oil painting. Paul Weber as a landscape painter was well renowned and executed many large panoramic views (ref. a 54” x 70” “In the Catskills” painting sold at Christie’s in 2000) and Lambert Sachs concentrated on historical studies (ref. Washington and Lafayette in the Battle of Monmouth residing in a private collection in Early, Iowa. ) The collaboration of these two fine artists indicates the importance that both felt to capture the scene properly. Note: in the Art Inventories of the Smithsonian American Art Museum (SIRIS) a painting with the same title, same artists but of a slightly different size is listed as being sold at Sotheby Parke Bernet New York, NY sale No. 3834 lot 355 in 1976 Control No. IAP 61516324. SIZE: Painting: 36″ x 32″. Overall: 46″ x 42″. Lithograph: 24-1/2″ x 19″. Overall: 28-1/2″ x 23″. PROVENANCE: Lithograph collection of Mr. & Mrs. Myer P. Potamkin. CONDITION: Painting: Restoration along edges, several areas in foreground and background, figure of Washington is in good condition. Frame has minor loss to lower left decoration. Lithograph: paper is toned, minor discolorations, no evidence of tears or restoration. Not examined out of frame. 9-96166 (70,000-80,000) – Lot 2165

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2166

ELECTION DAY 1815, JOHN LEWIS KRIMMEL ENGRAVING.

American. Rare proof of Krimmel’s unfinished engraving exhibited as a painting in 1816, the image depicts Philadelphians engaged in active political participation at the close of the War of 1812. Large folio engraving with incredible detail. John Lewis Krimmel (1786 – 1821) emigrated from Germany to the Philadelphia in 1809 and became a member of the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts. SIZE: Plate, 18-1/2″ x 25-1/2″. Overall 21″ x 27-1/2″x CONDITION: Toning, and light stains. 9-25024 (800-1,200) – Lot 2166

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2167

RARE AND SUPERB WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON COPPER LUSTRE PITCHER.

A campaign issue from 1840. The heavy copper lustre pitcher having two round transfer images, one a bust of Harrison, the other his log cabin with sign “To let in 1841”. SIZE: 5-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-25035 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2167

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2168

1821 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS MILITARY BROADSIDE.

Printed military broadside “General Orders”, relative to forming company rolls. “Headquarters…Boston, March 19, 1821″. SIZE: Overall 21-1/2″ x 15”. CONDITION: Folds, losses to edges and staining. 9-25022 (200-300) – Lot 2168

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2169

FIVE 19th CENTURY STEEL ENGRAVINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON.

1) “Washington at Home” after a painting by Alonzo Chappel engraved by H.B. Hall 1987; 2) “Washington’s Last Interview with his Mother” after a painting by W.H. Powell, engraved by Henry Cousins 1864; 3) “Washington Crossing the Delaware” after a painting by E. Leutze, engraved by Paul Girardet; 4) Untitled with facsimile signature, shows 3/4 portrait of Washington, dated 1897, published by W.M. Power; 5) Untitled, with facsimile signature below oval portrait, pen signed illegibly bottom right. SIZE: 1) 32″ x 24″; 2) 30″ x 24-1/4″; 3) 20″ x 29″; 4) 37-1/2″ x 27-1/4″ 5) 40″ x 28-1/4″. CONDITION: All shrink wrapped to foam core. 1) Several tears, losses to margin, image is clean; 2) age toning throughout, foxing and water stains; 3) dark age toning throughout image and part of margin; 4) a few tears at margin edge, image very good; 5) few tears, roughness at margin edge, image very good. 9-25027 (500-1,000) – Lot 2169

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2170

SHADOWBOX COLLECTION OF CIVIL WAR ITEMS 9TH NEW HAMPSHIRE INFANTRY.

Mid 19th century. America. “Items belonging to 1st Lt. Franklin J. Burnham”, featuring a carte visite photograph of the soldier in uniform, his well worn leather wallet, and his bone handled bloodletting fleam and sheath. Now housed in a Victorian walnut framed shadowbox. SIZE: 13″ x 15″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-25033 (400-600) – Lot 2170

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2171

FABULOUS MEMORIAL PAINTING TO CAPTAIN WILLIAM EUGENE HAYWARD.

A wonderful tribute painting in the form of a Coat of Arms which displays the extraordinary service and awards of Captain Hayward. The center shield chronicles his military life from February 3, 1862 to his mustering out with honorable service November 7, 1865. The four quadrants of the shield depict different phases of his military career including Battery I-2nd Illinois and 2nd US Volunteers. Surrounding the shield is a gold foliate border with well rendered bald eagle with shield and banner atop and scrolling banner below with his name and rank. Below are hung four medals that he was awarded in service. Unsigned, possibly executed by a sign painter or someone with great skill at calligraphy. Housed in a modern Larson Juhl frame. SIZE: 30″ x 25″. Overall: 34″ x 29″. CONDITION: Lined, inpainting, fully restored, in excellent condition. 9-96458 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2171

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2172

FABULOUS PAIR OF LARGE AMBROTYPES DEPICTING OUTDOOR SCENES WITH MEN, TENT & WAGON.

A single leather case holds two 1/2 plate ambrotypes of the same scene at slightly different times. The image shows a flat foreground with 14 men, a horse, covered wagon, tent, & low background hills with trees. Five men are sitting, seven men standing and two men are laying on their sides. One man standing holds a rifle, five have canes, one is smoking a long pipe, one man holds the reins of the horse. They all wear broad brim hats with what appears to be a ribbon band, long collared similar shirts with front buttons, one man sitting writing on what appears to be a lap desk. On the ground is a blanket roll, doctors bag, metal coffee pot, lantern, a box with writing and one man in the center is holding a long white roll that could be a rolled map. The tent is in the background and the 4-wheel wagon is covered on three sides. The difference between the two images is only slight where small items have been moved and set differently. SIZE: Image: 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″. CONDITION: Photos are very good, case with some damage at corners and one bottom piece missing. Not examined out of case. 7-75440 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2172

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2173

SMALL EPHEMERA GROUP PERTAINING TO DR. ELEAZAR PARMLY & FAMILY.

Dr. Parmly (1797-1874) was an accomplished dentist in the 19th century, considered the best known figure in the United States in dental surgery and was the founder of the American Journal of Dental Science. He held several patents and authored several books and had done more for dentistry than any other individual. He was considered a very wealthy man and at his death left a fortune of $7 million. He had a dental practice on Bond St. in New York City and socialized with the Vanderbilts, Roosevelts and Astors. The lot includes: 1) two 6″ x 5″ oval pencil drawings of a young Eleazar Parmly and wife. Both were executed by John Nelson Marvle (American 1855-1918). One signed “Marvle 1909”, the other initialed “J.M. 1902″. He practiced his portraiture in New York City; 2) two albumen prints showing eight men and women in interior setting with the Dr. and Mrs. Parmly present; 3) cabinet card showing six family members including the Dr. and his wife; 4) an early photograph of a woman on a bicycle; 5) photograph of a young man behind the wheel of a roadster; 6) six young men and woman at the beach; and 7) two small photo albums, one showing yachts and men and women. SIZE: 3″ x 3″ to 10″ x 12”. CONDITION: Drawings very good, photographs soiled and as found. 9-25001 (400-600) – Lot 2173

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2174

RARE 1860 ABRAHAM LINCOLN PARADE TORCH.

The hollow brass plated tin eagle held kerosene which fueled two wicks, one on each wing top. Originally held by a swiveling wire mount atop a pole. This torch and others like it were carried in the torchlight parades and rallies which were a critical element of 19th century American politics. A wonderful piece of Americana. SIZE: 9-1/2″ h x 9″ w. CONDITION: Front and back body flattened, typical small dents from age, some separation to weld areas, otherwise very good, nice patina. 9-25003 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2174

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2175

LARGE LOT OF COLUMBUS GEORGIA ANTEBELLUM AND CONFEDERATE NEWSPAPERS.

This lot includes 54 rare Confederate papers, The Daily Columbus Enquirer, issues from June of 1862 to November of 1862, papers are 2 page or 4 page. Most appear to have been taken from one bound volume. 2 copies of 1846 Columbus Enquirer August 5th and August 19th 1846 are also included. 3 copies of the United States Telegraph from Washington 1831, and a few other 19th century newspapers. PROVENANCE: Greene Museum of Southern History. CONDITION: Columbus papers mostly intact and complete with some small holes on left edge, some cracked at that same seam, some chipping on edges not effecting text overall, foxing and acid burn. Other papers are mostly very good with typical staining and foxing found on rag paper. 9-28033-3 (800-1,200) – Lot 2175

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2176

LARGE GROUP OF BUTTONS MOSTLY CIVIL WAR AND ANTEBELLUM MILITARY.

This group consists of about 80 or 90 buttons, of which 8 appear to be Confederate or southern states, and 20+ are early 19th century American military buttons probably found at Fort Mitchell, Alabama. Also included in this lot are an excavated hammer from a Civil War Revolver, tongue portion of a belt buckle with an anchor and a pewter pistol flask with eagle embossed and a small patriotic political t-bar pin which states “Fremont and Freedom”. SIZE: Case 12″ x 8″. PROVENANCE: Greene Museum of Southern History. CONDITION: Buttons are mostly excavated with typical patination, and ground action associated, Fremont campaign pin is very good, with some original gilt. 9-28033-2 (600-800) – Lot 2176

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2177

TWO ABRAHAM LINCOLN MORNING BADGES & RARE CASED MINIATURE LINCOLN CDV.

One morning badge on crossed black cloth strips with stars, a gold framed image of Lincoln, centered on ribbons. The other, a similar image, on a blue ribbon with black background. Both housed in a small 8″ x 6″ display box. Along with a 1-1/2″ x 1″ image of Lincoln’s head on a seated banjo player with caption “I wish I was in Dixie”, housed in a period leather hinged case. SIZE: As indicated above. CONDITION: Generally good. 9-25032 (400-600) – Lot 2177

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2178

LARGE MATCHING PAIR OF ABRAHAM AND MARY LINCOLN TINTYPES.

Housed in their original mats, identified “A. Lincoln” and “Mrs. A. Lincoln”. Gold colored foil surrounds behind glass. Lincoln shown in his “five dollar bill” pose, these are part of a series issued at the close of the Civil War that included these, Ulysses S. Grant and William T. Sherman. Housed in a shadowbox presentation. SIZE: 5-1/2″ x 5-1/4″ each. CONDITION: Some light toning and stain to mats, otherwise very good. 9-25036 (500-1,000) – Lot 2178

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2179

CIVIL WAR DATED AUTOGRAPHED QUOTATION SIGNED BY EDWARD EVERETTE.

Edward Everette (1794-1865) U.S. Secretary of State – 1852-53; Governor of Massachusetts – 1836-40; U.S. Senator – Massachusetts. The 3″ x 5″ note “Washington was the greatest of good men & the best of great men. Edward Everette, Boston 3 Sept 1864”. This was executed during the 3rd full year of the war and less than a year after he delivered the opening speech before Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. He expresses reverence for the Nation’s 1st President, George Washington. SIZE: As indicated above. CONDITION: Very good with expected flattened folds. 9-25019 (400-600) – Lot 2179

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2180

1/6th PLATE AMBROTYPE OF NEW YORK STATE MILITIA MAN IN UNIFORM.

Circa 1862, shows a 3/4 portrait of a man in uniform looking straight ahead with arms crossed at chest. Gold colored hat badge and buttons. Housed in a gutta-percha case. SIZE: 3-3/4″ x 3-1/2″ CONDITION: Image very good, case with small nicks. 9-25006 (400-600) – Lot 2180

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2181

CIVIL WAR – INDIAN WAR ERA NEW HAMPSHIRE BRIGADIER GENERAL ENSEMBLE.

This group includes a fine condition Brig. Gen. frock coat, cased Brig. Gen. epaulets, chapeau-de-bras. Along with militia officers sword, circa 1835. This grouping just came out of a local New Hampshire estate and has never been offered before. PROVENANCE: Recent Exeter Estate. CONDITION: Coat over all is fine with bright dark blue color, velvet cuffs and collar, polished dark green padded lining, coat sleeves have fairly bulbous elbows measuring 8″, cuffs measure 5-3/4″, lining is not hemmed at skirts, and tail pockets are lined with polished brown cotton. There is no name or maker found in coat. Chapeau is white silk lined with a maker “Bent & Bush, Boston”. Epaulets are in fine condition and metal attachments are sewn on shoulders for use. Eagle head pommel militia sword is very good to fine overall with chocolate brown patina, the brass high areas are scratched and scuffed, 30″ straight blade has blue and gold decoration which is partially intact with remainder bright, scabbard has brass drag and brass middle mount though missing throat, pommel is bent down into carved fluted bone grip, knuckle bow is also bent. 9-94810 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2181

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2182

CIVIL WAR OCCUPATION OF NEW ORLEANS BROADSIDE, PRINTED ON NECESSITY PAPER.

Circa mid 19th century. American. Rare Civil War broadside, related to the occupation of New Orleans. “Proclamation – The City of New Orleans and its environs, with all its interior and exterior defenses, having been surrendered to the combined naval and land forces of the United States…”. “Headquarter Department of the Gulf, New Orleans, 1 May 1862” signed in print “Benjamin F. Butler, Major – General, commanding, USA, Department of the Gulf”. This rare variant is printed on the back of a hand tinted 1855 French lithograph by “W. Simpson” titled ” A Hot Night In The Batteries”. This example was printed on necessity paper (any paper available). SIZE: 14-1/2″ x 22″. CONDITION: Tears and repaired chips to edges and light foxing. 9-25023 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2182

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2183

TWO FRAMED CIVIL WAR MAPS.

1) “Map of the Siege of Vicksburg, Miss…Captain C.B. Comstock and Lt. Col. JS. H. Wilson”. Engraved by J. Schedler, dated Aug. 20th, 1863. Map shows both Federal and Rebel forces. Housed in a modern wood frame with mat behind glass; 2) “Map of the Battle Field at Gettysburg July 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 1863″. Compiled by John B. Batchelder 1876 (new edition 1883). Maps shows red and blue positioning on a topographical type map. Housed in a modern wood with blue mat behind glass. SIZE: 1) Sight size: 29-1/2″ x 28″. Overall: 36-1/2″ x 35″; 2) Sight size: 33-1/2″ x 27-1/2″. Overall: 41-1/4″ x 35-1/2”. CONDITION: 1) Significant tears with tape mark, losses, as found; 2) Losses, folds, tears, as found. 9-25124 (500-1,000) – Lot 2183

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2184

6-PAGE MANUSCRIPT FROM THE CONFEDERATE ANDERSONVILLE PRISON.

The outside fold titled “Death List at Andersonville Grand Total to Apr. 18th 1865, 13,024”. The inside pages have 14 months with daily chart of deaths per day starting March 1864 to April 1965. At the beginning of the listing is the following: “Mortality among Union prisoners confined at Andersonville, Georgia showing the number of deaths each day for nearly 15 months as kept by A.H. Blake of Milton, detailed as clerk in the hospital in February 1864, but one man died”. SIZE: 8″ h x 5″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-25037 (500-1,000) – Lot 2184

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2185

SIGNED ROBERT E. LEE DOCUMENT.

The printed document having penned entry as follows: “May 30th, 1838 for 2-1/2 weeks boarding of Henry E. Lee, Master of USS boat Pearl at $4 per week….$10”. On the back Lee has changed some wording and signed it “R.E. Lee” as Lt. of Engineers. SIZE: 3-1/4″ h x 8″ w. CONDITION: Very good, some light toning. 9-25038 (500-1,000) – Lot 2185

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2186

CIVIL WAR MINIE BALL EMBEDDED IN COIN SILVER POCKET WATCH.

This exact watch is pictured on p. 125 of Gettysburg: The Paintings of Mort Kunstler. This book was written for Ted Turner’s production of the film Gettysburg. This is a very neat relic that has been in several well-known collections though we have no further history. This piece is being sold as is without reserve. SIZE: Fusee case is approx. 2” dia x 3/4” thick. PROVENANCE: Civil War Shop, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 1980. Don Armstrong, ASAC. Elliott Burka, ASAC. Joseph A. Murphy 2011. CONDITION: As can be seen in photos, dial is broken and 3-ring .58 caliber bullet exhibits lead patina. Silver uncleaned with numerous small scratches and patina. 8-76405 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2186

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2188

INTERESTING PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENT FLAG WATERCOLOR.

The watercolor shows a 10-star American flag with a center round depiction of the child’s schoolhouse flying the American flag titled “Publi School”. Signed above school in the flag “By Dorothy Andrews 1856”. SIZE: 9-1/4″ h x 13-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Generally very good, some surface dirt. 9-25018 (250-400) – Lot 2188

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2189

19th CENTURY CHILD’S TIN AND WOOD DRUM.

The punched tin drum has decoration of spread wing eagle and American flag on two panels. Decorated wood bands surrounding intact skins. SIZE: 6-1/2″ h x 8″ dia. CONDITION: Decoration has rust areas, otherwise good. 9-25009 (200-300) – Lot 2189

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2190

CASED TINTYPE OF CHILD IN NAVAL STYLE COSTUME.

1/6th plate shows a young boy in matching pants and coat having white piping standing with arm resting on upholstered chair. Leather hinged case. 19th century. SIZE: 3-1/2″ x 3-1/4″ CONDITION: Case is intact but shows use, image is clean. 9-25005 (500-800) – Lot 2190

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2191

CIVIL WAR POLITICAL CARTOON.

Mid 19th century. America. watercolor features image of Jeff Davis on black background being booted out by the red, white and blue leg of Uncle Sam. Titled on bottom “His Mrk”. Painted on thick watercolor board with music sheets affixed to reverse. Framed in Victorian walnut frame. SIZE: 13″ x 17″ image. CONDITION: Very good. 9-25016 (300-500) – Lot 2191

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2192

PRINTED COTTON 38 STAR AMERICAN FLAG.

Late 19th century, American. Flag was in use from 1876 – 1889. Printed on finely woven cotton, in red, white and blue, with glaze. SIZE: 23-1/2″ x 33-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Wear, splits and minor tears all commensurate with age, attractive faded appearance, retains its original pole, which at one time was a bit longer. 9-25030 (300-500) – Lot 2192

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2193

THREE LARGE U.S. CENTENNIAL ENGRAVINGS.

1) “Centennial-The Course of Empire”, published by James Miller after a pen and ink drawing by Daniel Ames 1876. Large presentation showing an oval with the Declaration of Independence inset with Washington’s bust and the Proclamation of Emancipation inset with a bust of Lincoln. These are surrounded by vignettes of important scenes of our history; 2) “In Remembrance of the 100th Anniversary of the Independence of the United States”, published by George Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine 1876. Lady Liberty is centered surrounded by the busts of the Presidents with a scene of the Centennial Exhibition buildings and other vignettes; 3) “Our Country”, dated 1873, and engraved the American Bank Note Company, New York and Boston. An interesting architectural type presentation centered on the Declaration of Independence, surrounded by State Seals and Presidents. SIZE: 1) 28″ x 40″; 2) 30″ x 23″; 3) 30″ x 23″. CONDITION: All shrink wrapped to foam core. 1) Age toning and foxing, light water stains, otherwise very good; 2) One missing corner edge, losses and tears to outer margin, water stains on left side going into image; 3) Allover toned, losses to edge and tears into image. 9-25026 (400-600) – Lot 2193

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2194

PHILADELPHIA CENTENNIAL PATRIOTIC QUILT.

Circa 1876, Pennsylvania. The central segment depicting memorial park art gallery titled “Centennial International Exhibition Fairmont Park” with additional sequences illustrating the “Machinery Hall”, Horticultural hall, “Architectural Hall”, and “Main Exhibition Hall” and with a colored portrait of Washington posed next to his horse beneath the Liberty Bell. Each square within red calico borders, the backing with paisley fabric and with multiple animals depicted in the wild. SIZE: 79″ x 82″. CONDITION: Good, small tear in border. 9-97183 (800-1,200) – Lot 2194

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2195

IMPORTANT HISTORIC PORTLAND, ME CIVIL WAR SOLDIER’S QUILT CA 1864.

Patchwork and applique cotton quilt constructed with 68 blocks, alternating red and blue stars, and having a large central block featuring a patriotic stars and stripes shield. Each block is made by different individuals, and is inscribed in pen and ink with messages in poem and verse, many bearing the signatures of the individual makers. Each block is backed with cotton calico and whip stitched together with white woven tape. This quilt was made in Portland, Maine in the 1860s and was reputedly intended as a gift to Abraham Lincoln. Many of the inscriptions suggest a patriotic and military theme, including messages such as “While our fingers guide the needle, our thoughts are intense (in tents!)”, “Our country right or wrong, when wrong to be put right, when right to be kept right”, ” The greatest glory of a freeborn people is to transmit that freedom to their children”,”Ah yes! Columbia is true, her sons are firm and brave. Let traitors come with fierce ado, we’ll break their columns through and through, a traitors death we’ll give them too, and each a traitors grave.”, and “Abraham Lincoln knows the ropes! All our hopes center about the brave and true. Let us help him all we can”. Makers’ signatures include names from many well-known Maine families, several of whom attended Home Institute. Signatures include Cornelia M. Dow (daughter of Neal Dow, known as the father of Prohibition and Civil War Brigadier General), Hattie Norton, Julia Hammond, Carrie Davis, Helen D. Chapman, Louise Hammond, Mary G. Prince, Jessica Truemann, Mary Springer, Emily P.L. Woodward and Mary Morrill. SIZE: Overall size 81″ x 71″. PROVENANCE: Accompanying this lot a letter from previous owner stating that the quilt “Was purchased in Grosse Pointe, Michigan at the University Liggett Antique Show in 1969 or 1970 by my grandfather Walter Edwin Simmons. Upon his death the quilt was passed on to my father Walter Edwin Simmons II. Upon his death the quilt was passed on to my mother Kathleen Ryan Simmons who subsequently gave it to me in 2010”. This quilt is featured on page 138 in “America’s Quilts and Coverlets” by Carleton L. Stafford and Robert Bishop, published by E.P. Dutton & Co., INC. CONDITION: Overall darkened with stains in some squares, several blue stars showing wear and loss due to decay, but has overall pleasant appearance. Modern sleeve added to reverse for hanging purposes. 9-94801 (8,000-12,000) – Lot 2195

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2196

RARE SILK FLAG MADE BY GREAT GRAND DAUGHTER OF BETSY ROSS.

For a period of over 20 years, beginning in the early 1890s, Betsy Ross’ granddaughter, Ms. Rachel Albright, and her great grand daughter, Sarah M. Wilson, produced souvenir flags in the East Wing of Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Their flags were also in the Betsy Ross pattern, and they proclaimed that this was in fact the pattern made by Betsy as the first flag. Their work further solidified the Betsy Ross legacy, and today their few surviving souvenir flags are highly sought after, due in part to their direct lineage and personal history to Betsy Ross and her descendants. Written in brown ink on hoist, “Made by Sarah M. Wilson Great-Granddaughter of Betsy Ross”. Flag was not removed from its original frame and another typed tag states the date of flag’s manufacture as March 20, 1912. This is the first example of one of these Betsy Ross pattern flags we have seen at auction in many years. SIZE: Flag approx 10” w x 5” h. Overall approx 13 w x 11” h. CONDITION: Flag presents nicely with bright red colors, though blue has faded to a blue-grey. Reductions in some silk stripes, staining and soiling as can be seen in photos. 8-76406 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2196

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2197

EXTREMLEY RARE SILVER CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL FOR THE SURVIVOR “HERBERT W. LEACH” OF THE “JEANNETTE” ARCTIC EXPEDITION OF 1879-1882.

The round medal in silver has a depiction of the 3-mast ship with sails rolled and anchored to ice having a group of men, dogs and dog sleds beside, depicting the abandonment of the ship and the saving of some of its supplies. The reverse having an outer band of writing “Jeannette Arctic Expedition 1879-1882”, below this at the top center engraved “To Herbert W. Leach”. The bottom half “In Commemoration of Perils Encountered and as an Expression of the High Esteem in which Congress Holds His Services” “Act Approved Sept. 30. 1890.” The round medal having an attached small ring which is connected to an ivory colored silk ribbon attached to a pin with a spread wing eagle over a name plate “Jeannette”. NOTE: This medal was produced for either the survivors or the next of kin of those who had perished in the expedition. Eight gold and 25 silver medals were struck by the Philadelphia Mint and were probably designed by Charles E. Barber or George Morgan, engravers to the mint. One of the gold medals having been given to the widow of Lt. DeLong. Herbert W. Leach (1858-1935) was from North Penobscot, Maine. The story of the expedition was recounted in an 1882 book “Arctic Lost Ship Shipwreck Jeannette”. The account of the expedition and its survivors caught the attention of the American public and caused Congress to act with this medal. The crew consisted of 30 officers and men, and three civilians. It departed from San Francisco July 8, 1879. Shortly after September 4, it was caught fast in the ice pack near Wrangel Island. For the next 21 months, it drifted to the Northwest towards the North Pole, steadfast in the ice. On June 12, 1881 the pressure of the ice finally began to crush the Jeannette. It was at that time that provisions were unloaded and the ship sank the following morning. Three boats took off in hope of reaching the mainland. A storm blew up and one of the boats with eight men capsized and sank. The remaining two boats with 25 men continued on. George Melville’s boat with 11 men aboard reached safety; the other landed elsewhere and two men survived and met up with the Melville group. Herbert Leach was one of these survivors. SIZE: Round medal: 1-1/2″ dia. With ribbon: 3-1/2″ l. PROVENANCE: Descended in the family of the survivor Herbert W. Leach. CONDITION: Hardware in very good condition with good lustre, ribbon has some damage but intact. 9-25097 (10,000-20,000) – Lot 2197

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2198

FINE GROUPING OF CIVIL WAR REUNION PHOTOS AND MEMORABILIA.

1) 1902 Montgomery, Alabama reunion of the 15th Alabama infantry. Group shot of about 50 veterans with battle flag in background. 8″ x 10″ gelatin. 2) 9-1/2″ x 6-1/2″ gelatin mounted on larger board, of the 3rd Iowa Calvary, Fairfield, Iowa 1891. 16 veterans are seen seated wearing their reunion ribbons. Also accompanying this group are 4 GAR badges and 8 multicolor patriotic calling cards, with vignettes of Civil War personalities. Also included is an Ohio veterans medal named to Jn. M. Shultz Co., K first Ohio Cav. SIZE: As above. PROVENANCE: Greene Museum of Southern History. CONDITION: Photographs both show fair contrast, soiling, foxing on mounting boards. Iowa photograph board is chipped heavily at top two corners not affecting image. Ribbon on 1909 Anderson, Indiana badge is frayed and torn, other badges very good to fine. 9-28001-2 (600-800) – Lot 2198

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2199

HISTORIC WOVEN SILK CIVIL WAR SCENE “THE LAST MEETING”.

Late 19th century. American. Woven silk picture “The Last Meeting” Gens. Rob’t. E. Lee & Stonewall Jackson. Possibly a Stevensgraph. SIZE: Image 9″x 5-1/2″ w. Frame 14-1/2″ x 10-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-25021 (200-400) – Lot 2199

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2200

CIVIL WAR BROADSIDE “GRAND RECEPTION OF VOLUNTEERS ON THEIR RETURN FROM THE WAR…” JULY 23, 1861.

Foxboro July 23, 1861. The broadside is referring to the 4th Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers Company F of Foxboro and had served three months service. The timing could not have been worse and the reception may have been muted because the news had just arrived of the embarrassing Union defeat at Bull Run. The broadside was printed likely only a day or two before the date of the event and it was not until the 23rd that more accurate accounts appeared in the Boston papers. Unframed. SIZE: 13-1/2″ h x 6-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Very good with foxing spots. 9-25017 (300-500) – Lot 2200

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2201

“A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY…OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCHARGED SOLDIERS” BROADSIDE.

Circa 1860’s. America. Broadside in search of 100 agents to sell books, photograph albums, and popular engravings. SIZE: Broadside 9″ x 12″. CONDITION: Losses to upper two corners, folds, stains and minor insect damage. Now housed in a walnut Victorian frame. 9-25015 (300-500) – Lot 2201

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2202

2 POLITICAL CANES.

1) Late 19th century, American. Featuring a figural medal knob with silver plating. Displaying a bust of William McKinley atop a plinth decorated with American eagle and shield bearing the logo “Protection 1896”. The bamboo shaft. 2) Late 19th century, American. Featuring the bust of William Jennings Bryan, in metal with plating, on the plinth the logo “The Peoples Choice”. Having hollow tin shaft with embossed mark “This Tin Plate Is Mf’d by Falcon Tinplate & Sheet Co., Nile,s OH”. SIZE: 1) 34-1/2″ t. 2) 32-1/2″ t. CONDITION: 1) Good, with considerable wear to plating. 2) Good, with considerable wear to plating, dents in tin shaft. 9-25031 (250-400) – Lot 2202

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2203

LARGE ZINC AND COPPER RUNNING HORSE WEATHERVANE ATTRIBUTED TO A.L. JEWELL.

3rd quarter 19th century, American. Attributed to A.L. Jewell & Co., Waltham, MA., active (1852 – 1867). Constructed with a finely modeled cast zinc head with attached sheet copper ears, and copper hollow flattened full body with tooled sheet copper tail. Having several layers of old paint. SIZE: 41″ l. x 22″ t. PROVENANCE: Purchased by present owner from SAMUEL HERROP, CA. 1990. CONDITION: Minor touch-ups to surface with bullet hole repairs, solder seam repaired on original foreleg, minor compression near tail, otherwise very good, pleasant appearance. 9-96164 (12,000-18,000) – Lot 2203

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2204
Revised: 1/27/2015

Special note: The weathervane is made of 19th and 20th century parts.

FULL BODY COPPER HORSE AND SLEIGH WEATHERVANE.

Late 19th century, American. Well modeled and detailed example with gilt surface. Offered with museum stand. NOTE: a similar example sold at Christie’s, NY January 18, 2007 Lot 335. SIZE: 47″ l x 18-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Structurally very good. Gilding enhanced over original gilt surface. 9-96828 (12,000-18,000) – Lot 2204

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2205

COPPER QUILL WEATHERVANE.

Late 19th early 20th century. America. Featuring a hollow shaft and crimped flattened feathers on upright rod with spiked ball finial, having fine weathered verdigris finish with traces of original gilding. With museum mount. SIZE: 47-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96212 (4,000-5,000) – Lot 2205

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2206

RARE DIMINUTIVE MOLDED COPPER FULL BODY PIG WEATHERVANE.

Late 19th century attributed to Cushing & White. Similar example on page 42 of “The Art of the Weathervane” by Steve Miller. This nice example with forward facing ears and solid curled tail with nice verdigris and gilt surface. Now with museum stand. SIZE: 13″ h. 18-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Structurally good, age appropriate separated seams on snout and center of back with old spot repairs, otherwise good. 9-96831 (15,000-20,000) – Lot 2206

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2207

IMPORTANT HOLLOW MOLDED COPPER GRASSHOPPER WEATHERVANE.

Last quarter 19 century attributed to L.W. Cushing and sons, Waltham, Mass. This rare example with very well detailed body and nice verdigris and gilt surface. 4The grasshopper retains back spine and cardinals, now with museum base. This form of grasshopper vane is pictured on pg 18 of the 1852 “Catalog of Weathervanes Manufactured by L.W. Cushing” For the sale of a similar example, reference Lot 268 “important American Furniture, Folk Art, Silver, Prints and Decoys by Christie’s” January 18, 2007 New York. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h. 41″ l. PROVENANCE: From an old Sands Point, NY collection. CONDITION: Age appropriate solder separations with older solder repairs on main body and back legs, structurally good, evidence of at least two possibly three regilding campaigns on bottom. 9-96829 (60,000-80,000) – Lot 2207

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2208

CRAFTSMAN, GUSTAV STICKLEY 2 OVER 3 DRAWER CHEST WITH MIRROR.

Circa 1910, American. Constructed from quartered oak, with original hammered brass hardware and iron mirror hangers, identified in the craftsman catalog of 1910 as model #905. Constructed with paneled ends of wooden peg construction having mortised through front and back base rails with dovetailed drawers. 1-1/8″ thick tongue and groove top. The mirror posts with butterfly joins, retaining its original craftsman label on back of chest. SIZE: Top 48″ x 23″. 66″ t. to top of mirror. CONDITION: All original, with toning to finish, some edge wear, slight elevation to seams on top, age appropriate staining in mirror glass. 9-96456 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 2208

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2209

PAIR OF HAMMERED COPPER GUSTAV STICKLEY CRAFTSMAN WORKSHOP CANDLESTICKS.

Early 20th century, American. Signed with impressed mark “ALS IK KAN The Craftsman Workshops Gustav Stickley” with caliper, pair of tall hammered copper candlesticks, with base having flattened edge and low pyramidal center, with 4 rivet attached tapering slats to hold flaring candlecup and square wax catcher. SIZE: 12″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with wonderful even slightly darkened patina. 9-96457 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2209

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2210

GUSTAV STICKLEY DOUBLE DOOR OAK BOOKCASE.

Circa 1904, New York. Stamped with Gustav Stickley red mark at rear of gallery, identified as model No. 717, a rectangular case with 3/4 gallery mounted with a pair of 8 pane doors opening to interior of 3 fixed shelves with center partition. With original copper door handles. SIZE: 56″ h. x 48-1/2″ w. x 13″ d. CONDITION: Structurally very good, with some unevenness to surface which appears original although cleaned, good overall. 9-96781 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 2210

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2211

EARLY LOUIS VUITTON TRUNK.

Second half 19th century, France. This large example with canvass exterior opening to an interior once fitted with drawers and trays and lined with a double striped linen fabric, the center of the lid interior with large Louis Vuitton Label which reads as follows “AND AT 289 OXFORD STREET/REGENT CIRCUS LONDON/Louis Vuitton/EMBALLAUR BREVETE S.G.D.G./FOURNISSEUR BREVETE DE S.M. LE ROI D’ESPAGNE/1. Rue Scribe. 1./FABRIQUE D’ATRICLES/DE VOYAGE/USIME A ASNIERES. (Seine.)”. Serial number 23750. The trunk with the name W.T. Barber stenciled on the ends with various shipping labels on exterior. All hardwar eis marked “depose LV.” SIZE: 27-1/2″ h. x 43″ l. x 24″ d. CONDITION: Trunk remains structurally sound, with original hardware, canvass cover with considerable abrasions, the base and lid with multiple shrinkage cracks, interior lining with soiling. Rear of lid top with puncture/fracture. 9-96654 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 2211

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2212

MAHOGANY CASE STELLA MUSIC BOX WITH 17″ DISCS.

Late 19th century. Switzerland. Music box housed in a fine mahogany case with carved oak leaf and scroll carving within molded frame, the step molded base with inset drawer for holding additional discs. This box comes with a total of 17 discs, including “Dixieland”, “Hands Across The Sea March”, “In The Good Old Summertime”, “Annie Laurie”, and “The Rose of Killarny”. Stella music boxes were manufactured by Memod Freres in Switzerland and marketed in the US by Jacot Music Box Co., New York. The Stella was a music box that used discs without projections, and offered the highest quality tone. SIZE: Discs 17″ dia. Case 21″ x 28″ x 13-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Case very good, discs clean, movement works but spring stop cam disengaged. 9-96688 (2,000-2,500) – Lot 2212

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2213

“CASE” EAGLE TRADE SIGN PLAQUE.

Circa early 20th century, American. Cast iron, Case Threshing Machine Co, Racine, WI. Original paint. The eagle and globe hollow 1/2 round relief cast, adjoining solid cast “Case” lettering. Used as advertising sign for Case dealers. SIZE: 15″ x 18″. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, minor oxidation. 9-96623 (500-1,000) – Lot 2213

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2213a

ROOSEVELT FOR PRESIDENT CAMPAIGN POSTER.

Circa 1932, American. Bust portrait of Franklin Delano Roosevelt within stylized red and blue patriotic border of stripes and stars. Proper lower right corner with a label of Amalgamated Lithographers of America. Also with artist copyright signature. SIZE: 59″ x 39″. CONDITION: Minor toning and light soiling, creasing and abrasion present but slight. A wonderful size in nice condition overall. 7-75322 (600-900) – Lot 2213a

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2214

MENGEL PLAYTHINGS CLOCKWORK SPEEDBOAT “MISS AMERICA”.

1st quarter 20th century. Mahogany and Brass Mengel Playthings Co., Louisville, Kentucky, mahogany hull with brass fittings including wind-up mechanism, speed adjustment screw, rudder, and propeller, with “Mengel Playthings” maker’s decal, mounted on a mahogany stand. In 1920, inventor and mechanic Gar Wood of Detroit took his Miss America I speedboat to England to compete for the Harmsworth Trophy (the equivalent of today’s America’s Cup), and won for America for the first time. He went on to win the trophy eight times. In 1931, the Miss America IX became the first boat to reach 100 mph. SIZE: Ship size 14″ l. Base size 19-1/2″ x 6″. CONDITION: Crackled finish, normal wear and clockwork mechanism seems unable to operate. 7-70781 (600-800) – Lot 2214

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2218

LOCOMOTIVE BUILDERS PRINT 1855.

Lowell, Massachusetts. A colored lithograph image of the locomotive engine and tender “Ariel”, with title “Locomotive Engine For Passengers – As Built By The Lowell Machine Shop 1855, Lowell, Massachusetts”. Identified lower left “Made By O.E. Cushing, 1855″, printed by L.H. Bradford. These prints were produced as both a technical illustration and an advertisement. Oliver Edwards Cushing (1829 – 1890) was a mechanical engineer and patent agent and is listed in the 1851 and 1853 edition of the Lowell city directory as an employee of the Lowell Machine Shop working as a mechanical draughtsman. SIZE: Overall 24″ x 34-1/2”. CONDITION: Both edges reduced within image, light toning. 9-25025 (1,250-1,750) – Lot 2218

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2219

ENGINEERING DRAWING OF ENGINE 1939, DELAWARE LACKAWANNA & WESTERN RAILROAD CO.

2nd quarter 20th century, New York City. Drawn by John W. Elder. This is an uncompleted drawing meant as a presentation piece for Samuel Vauclain- Chairman of the Board- Baldwin Locomotive Works- 1931. The drawing of the 4-6-4 locomotive was cut and placed on the specification sheet as a working rendition. Housed in a black wood frame. SIZE: 26″ x 56″. Overall 33-3/4″ x 64″. CONDITION: With toning and foxing. Paint spots and light staining throughout. 9-96795 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 2219

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2220

RARE ENGINEERING DRAWING OF CAB FORWARD LOCOMOTIVE #4114 S. PACIFIC LINES.

2nd quarter 20th century, New York. Drawn by John W. Elder, New York City. Drawn on paper. Nicely rendered in color, titled ” Southern Pacific Lines / Articulated Consolidation / Nos. 4205-4244 / Built by Baldwin Locomotive.” This design represents and important renovation by turning the locomotive thus producing a forward facing cab correcting the problem of smoke in the cab. Housed in a wide molded frame. NOTE: Frame mounted with plaque: “Presented to Samuel Vauclain- Chairman of the board- Baldwin Locomotive Works- 1931.” SIZE: 56″ x 26-01/2″. Overall 34-1/2″ x 64″. CONDITION: Slight toning and foxing, otherwise good. 9-96794 (5,000-7,000) – Lot 2220

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2221

WILLIAM H. RAU (American, 1855-1920) HORSESHOE CURVE, PENNSYLVANIA, R.R.

Outstanding large and rare photo print of “Horseshoe Curve, Pennsylvania, R.R.”. Signed lower left below image “William H. Rau” and titled on lower right “Philadelphia, PA”. The silver print showing a panoramic view of four tracks taking a complete horseshoe turn around water between hills. Housed in a very fine quarter sawn oak frame with white matte behind its original glass. SIZE: Sight: 17-1/2″ x 47″. Overall: 34-1/2″ x 63-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-28812 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2221

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2222

COPPER FISH WEATHERVANE.

Late 20th to 21st century, New England. Exaggerated flattened full bodied form with folded sheet copper fins. Mounted on museum stand. SIZE: 26-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Very good, front upper fin top edge bent, all seams intact. 9-96413 (500-800) – Lot 2222

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2223

FINE ANGEL GABRIEL BLOWING HORN WEATHERVANE.

Late 20th, early 21st century, American. Copper, flattened bull bodied form. Well embossed throughout. Mounted on museum stand. SIZE: 31″ l. 18″ t. CONDITION: Very good, one small dent at end of wing, seams tight. 9-96410 (600-900) – Lot 2223

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2225

RARE PHILADELPHIA DECORATED STONEWARE PITCHER.

Mid 19th century. Philadelphia, PA. Finely turned and molded utilitarian ovoid stoneware ale pitcher with applied handle, having all over decoration of flowers and leaves with foliate frame on front with impressed inscription “MADE FOR, WANNER & KLINE, NO. 228 NORTH 3RD ST. PHILADELPHIA.”, having brown glazed interior. Pitcher attributed to the A.H. Remmey Stoneware Co. Philadelphia, PA. SIZE: 10-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, 1 small under rim chip at base. 9-94899 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2225

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2226

SHERATON MAHOGANY 2 DRAWER WORK TABLE WITH COOKIE CORNERS.

Circa 1840. New England. Having a thin mahogany top with exaggerated cookie corners, the legs with ring-turned upper portion, having reeded shafts terminating in tapering Sheraton feet. Both drawers faced with book match figured satinwood veneer and cockbeading. Both drawers branded on the interior with the letters A.S. (possibly maker), having Sheraton brasses and with white pine secondary wood. SIZE: 20-1/2″ x 16″ x 29-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, with fine old refinish, evidence of a re-glued drying split in top, hardware a replacement. 9-94838 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2226

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2227

FINE J.C. JENNENS TALL CASE CLOCK.

1st quarter 20th century, England. The neo-classical mahogany case with molded crest carved with shell and floral paterae above the molded top over astragal arched bevel glass door flanked by group of 3 doric colonettes opening to the silvered dial with moon phase dial within the arch above the Arabic chapter ring. The gilt brass face plate engraved with well detailed scrolling leaf tips and arabesque designs centering a subsidiary sweep seconds dial above time and strike apertures. The silvered chapter ring with Arabic numbers and engraved name plate reading “J.C. JENNENS & SON / GT Sutton Street- London.” The eight day original weight driven brass movement with brass clad weights and pendulum. The case with long beveled glass panel door with arched molded top and with scrolled spandrels flanked by doric columns, the whole raised on molded plinth. SIZE: 99″ h x 16″ d. Throat width 22″. CONDITION: Very good overall, Seconds dial absent as noted. Minute hand has been bent but intact. 9-97200 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2227

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2228

SHERATON BOW FRONT MAHOGANY TRANSITIONAL CHEST.

Ca 1840 New England. Case fitted with 4 bow front cockbeaded drawers with finely figured mahogany having a set-back top with a pair of fitted bow drawers, and a scroll splash, corners having reeded columns with turned capitol and disc turned top and supported by turned Sheraton legs. White pine secondary wood. SIZE: 21″ x 43″ x 53″ h. CONDITION: Very nice old refinish, original mushroom pulls intact. 9-94848 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2228

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2229

MASSACHUSETTS SHERATON MAHOGANY CARD TABLE.

Early 19th century, Salem, MA. The serpentine top with notched turret corners, Scrolling aprons having crotch mahogany veneer. Front legs featuring acanthus leaf carved capitol and decoration with bold tapering reeded legs, back legs similar without the carving. The hinged top supported by a swing out back leg. Top with triple reeding. Tables of this form and with similar carving are usually attributed to Samuel McIntire, well known Salem, MA, architect and craftsman. SIZE: Top 39″ x 19-1/4″. 30″ h. CONDITION: Very good, clean with old if not original finish. 9-96298 (800-1,200) – Lot 2229

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2230

FRENCH CHAMPLEVE AND PORCELAIN CLOCK SET.

Late 19th century. French. Featuring a hexagonal brass cased clock with champleve enamel decoration, having a brass and porcelain finial decorated with a cherub. The 2 hand-painted porcelain side panels with beautiful women. The clock accompanied by 2 garniture urns featuring similar champleve decoration and having a porcelain body with a beautiful woman and cherub, signed by the artist “LeFranc”. The urns having cherub mask handles. The brass movement marked “Exclusively for Paris Decorators”. Impressed lozenge marks “Medaille D’Argent, 1855, Vincenti”. The porcelain dial with champleve surround hand decorated with floral and classical elements. Having original pendulum similarly decorated. SIZE: Clock 15″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with a very tiny crack near the corner of the front glass. 9-96232 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 2230

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2231

MASSACHUSETTS SHERATON SEWING STAND WITH BOWED SIDES.

Early 19th century. Massachusetts. Rare form in mahogany, having 4 bowed out sides and cookie corner top above aprons fitted with birds-eye maple panels having 2 birds-eye maple faced drawers, the top drawer fitted with flip up writing panel and compartments for pens and ink wells, the 2nd fitted with 6 dividers, having a rounded bent wood pocket for fabric scraps that pulls out from the right end, on 4 legs with disc turned tops and carved tapering reeded legs. SIZE: 19-1/2″ x 16″ x 29″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with nice old refinish, evidence of quality restoration to drawer lips and drying crack fill in top, replaced brasses. 9-96515 (6,000-9,000) – Lot 2231

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2232

FEDERAL MAHOGANY CLASSICAL CARVED SOFA.

New England, first quarter 19th century. Scrolled back topped with cylindrical element terminating on both ends with acanthus leaf carvings. The arms faced with carved acanthus and floral elements. The front with acanthus car panels, all sitting on feet with carved hairy paws, the front two with carved spiraling cornucopia filled with acanthus and fruit having older, appropriate striped upholstery. SIZE: 34-1/2″ h x 96″ w x 26″ d. CONDITION: Very good with original finish; upholstery very good; seat springs need adjustment. 9-94176 (800-1,200) – Lot 2232

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2233

OUTSTANDING TRAMP ART MANTEL CLOCK.

An architectural form with diamond point carving throughout in stacked decorative style. Open bridge escapement clock unsigned but surrounding the dial is the date and maker of the case “1897 EH”. L. Marti French movement. Pendulum present, no key. The top roof design has three spirals, the entire piece has a wonderful old patina, probably made at the turn of the century or before. SIZE: 22-1/2″ h x 17-1/4″ at widest x 9-1/2″ d, CONDITION: Very good. 9-96201 (1,750-2,250) – Lot 2233

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2234

EMPIRE MAHOGANY WORK TABLE IN MANNER OF DUNCAN PHYFE.

Mid 19th century, New York. The rectangular figured top with crossbanded borders and rounded corners above the conforming case fitted with 2 drawers, the upper most with adjustable writing surface and compartments, above a side drawer with barrel bottom and pull out working slide beneath the top on the opposing end raised on columnar legs with gilt cast-brass capitols and bases joined by a shelf with in-curved front and back terminating in carved stepped bulbous feet on brass casters. Possibly by Phyfe due to the similarly carved elements between this example and four examples in the MMA’s Phyfe Exhibition. SIZE: 28-1/2″ h. x 22-1/2″ w. x 16″ d. CONDITION: Top with water stains, the table with areas of veneer loss most notably to front of apron and frontal legs, table retains original surfaces. 9-96762 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2234

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2235

HENRY P BRYANT (American, Second quarter of the 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL WITH RINGLETS.

Oil on panel half length portrait of a young lady wearing a black dress, lace collar and pink bow. Housed in a period gilt gesso frame. Signed and inscribed on verso ” Henry P Bryant Westfield-Mr. Marther. SIZE: 27″ x 22″. Overall: 35″ x 30-1/4″. CONDITION: Frame has minor losses, background has minor touch up, otherwise good. 9-96388 (900-1,200) – Lot 2235

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2236

MAHOGANY HANGING CUTLERY BOX WITH CONCH SHELL INLAY.

Early 19th century. England or America. Featuring a tapering box with slant lid and pierced work hanger, inlaid with oval conch shell decoration top and front. Having satinwood banding and molded edges. SIZE: 6″ x 8″ x 20″ t. CONDITION: Good, with restoration to pierced back with brass plate for reinforcement. 9-96547 (600-900) – Lot 2236

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2237

FINE CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY WORK TABLE.

1st quarter 19th century, New York. In the manner of Duncan Phyfe. The rectangular hinged top with demilune ends, opening to an interior fitted with baise-lined hinged writing surface flanked by astragal ends fitted with demilune compartmented trays above a central drawer with lion mask cast-brass drawer pulls over a tambour door opening to an interior fitted with a bank of 2 sliding trays. The rear of the table mimics the front with simulated drawer above a reeded panel. the whole supported on four ring-and baluster-turned collonettes joined to a medial shelf with in curved sides raised on acanthus carved legs terminating in distinct paw feet fitted with brass casters. PROVENANCE: From a private Maine home. A gift to the current owners’ grandmother from her husband. Lot is accompanied by a copy of a detailed inventory of what conservation was done to the piece several years ago. Together with a period photo showing the table in its original location within the family home in Ohio. CONDITION: Fully conserved and re-polished per listing. Conservation limited to veneer and tambour work, shrinkage crack repair etc. Structurally sound with fine color and patina. 9-96834 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 2237

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2238

JOHANN SAROUK ORIENTAL RUG.

1st quarter 20th century. The central arabesque rose pink medallion with center diamond with ivory field, all on a blue black field with dense floral vinery within floral spandrels within main border of scrolling floral vinery. SIZE: 3’8″ x 5’2″. CONDITION: Very good, loss to fringe, slight even wear but with full pile. 9-96522 (500-700) – Lot 2238

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2239

PAINTED SAROUK RUNNER.

1st half 20th century. Dense floral bouquets on a variegated plum ground with blue black main border with scrolling floral vinery. SIZE: 2’7″ x 6’1″ CONDITION: Generally good, even wear, loss to fringe. 9-96520 (500-700) – Lot 2239

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2240

SHERATON MAHOGANY TWO DRAWER SIDE TABLE.

Circa 1840. New England. The rectangular top with turret corners above the conforming apron with a bank of 2 drawers, raised on spiral-twist, turned legs terminating in suppressed ball feet. SIZE: 27-1/2″ h. x 18″ w. x 20-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Top with water marks, in need of re-polish. Original tapered feet now absent. Hardware replaced. 9-96687 (500-700) – Lot 2240

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2241

UNSIGNED (American School, 19th century) PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG LADY WITH JEWELS.

Half length oil on canvas oval portrait of a young woman wearing a white empire waist gown with blue cape and earrings. Housed in its original carved wood frame with gilt liner. SIZE: 27″ x 21-1/2″. Overall: 35″ x 30″. CONDITION: Overall good, lined, with minor touch up in face and restoration throughout bodice. 9-25122 (500-1,000) – Lot 2241

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2242

ATTRIBUTED TO ZEDEKIAH BELKNAP (American, 1781-1858)) PORTRAIT OF A SEATED WOMAN IN GRAY DRESS.

Oil on pine panel depicts a half length portrait of an elegantly dressed woman in double breasted green, puffy sleeved dress with detailed lace collar, tortoise shell comb in her hair. She is well adorned with jewelry and her arm is leaning against a chair back having a chest with drawer beside her. Housed in what appears to be its original pine gesso & gilt decorated deep molded frame. SIZE: 28″ x 23-1/2″. Overall: 34″ x 30″ CONDITION: Portrait has surface grime with gold paint along left edge and surface scratches with losses. Original gilt is missing from frame. 9-96387 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2242

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2243

RARE EAGLE WITH FLAG PINE WALL PLAQUE.

Mid 19th century. New England. Depicting an eagle clutching flagpole with American flag holding a banner in beak, “Rallied Around The Flag”, in original polychrome paint with varnish overcoat. The round plaque with beveled edge and 3 batten back. We believe plaque was later used as a table top with attached base. SIZE: 48″ dia. CONDITION: Very good overall, minor and slight wear to plaque. 9-96392 (3,000-6,000) – Lot 2243

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2244

CARVED LIMESTONE KEYSTONE WITH HEAD DECORATION.

Western, PA or Eastern, OH, First half of the 19th Century. The tapered rectangular stone tapering from 10″ to 9″ has a hollowed out 2-1/2″ deep x 8″ x 6″ cavity with human face in relief. Accompanying the stone is a metal museum stand. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h x 10″ at widest x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 9-94797 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2244

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2245

LARGE DISPLAYED EAGLE AND FLAG CARVED WOOD PLAQUE.

The spread wing eagle clutching on crossed American flags and shield. The flags and shield in vibrant red, white and blue. The eagle in gold with pinkish tone. Nice details in the carving for both eagle and flags. The back set with hanging bar and wire. SIZE: 57″ w x 24″ h. CONDITION: Very Good 9-97170 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 2245

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2246

FRENCH ONYX THREE PIECE CLOCK AND LAMP SET.

Late 19th century. French. Featuring a central clock in onyx with ormolu mounts having onyx and brass finial, accompanied by 2 onyx, brass and glass kerosene lamps having enameled decoration and iridescent shades. The brass clock movement marked in a lozenge “Marque Fabrique V.F.”. SIZE: Clock 17-3/4″ t. CONDITION: Very good, pendulum in tact, few minor nicks in onyx around base of clock. 9-96183 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 2246

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2247

PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY KEROSENE ASTRAL LAMP WALL SCONCES BY E.P. DODGE, BOSTON, MASS.

The pair complete with matching wall brackets and wall plates having decorative flower arm. Separate clear glass fonts with brass hardware, each with raised lettering “E.P. Dodge, 8 Tremont St. Boston”. Each font fitted with a removable brass ring which holds cut crystal prisms and original grape & leaf decorated clear glass shades. A rare find in this condition. SIZE: 9-1/2″ from wall; 12″ h. CONDITION: Some roughness to prisms, 1 prism missing. Otherwise very good, original condition. 9-96693 (300-500) – Lot 2247

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2248

GOOD HERIZ ORIENTAL RUG.

1st half 20th century. Large arabesque central medallion with blue black and ivory ground on a terracotta red ground within ivory and red spandrels. All within dense geometric polychrome floral design within midnight blue main border with scrolling polychrome lotus blossoms. SIZE: 9’5″ x 11’9″. CONDITION: Even wear, good pile, earth-tone colors, loss to fringe. 9-94856 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2248

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2249

NEOCLASSICAL MAHOGANY MUSICAL TALL CASE CLOCK.

The brass 8 day weight driven movement with drum playing on 7 tubes geared to the time and strike mechanism with moon faced dial. The silver dial with Arabic numeral chapter ring centering a sweep seconds hand subsidiary dial above time and strike apertures above the nameplate engraved “A. STOWELL & CO./BOSTON”. The whole with filigree decoration. The case with arched and stepped molded cresting above the conforming trefoil apron, supported by Doric columns centering the arched door with beveled glass inserts, case sides with beveled glass panels, all on a conforming plinth. SIZE: 91″ h. x 26″ w. overall x 18″ d. CONDITION: Case with original surface, good color and patina, dial very good and original, movement appears clean and operational, please note moon face dial is De-attached from movement otherwise good. Pendulums are original. 9-94836 (6,000-9,000) – Lot 2249

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2250

RARE WEDDING PRESENTATION RELIEF CARVED MARBLE PENNSYLVANIA FRAKTUR.

The rectangular white marble slab having an 8″ female angel at center, toasting the man and woman below as a newly married couple who are flanked by tulip and flower stems. Above is a rosette symbol with double bird heads. The bottom carved with six hearts. Accompanied by a metal museum stand. SIZE: 27″ h x 13-1/4″ w x 2″ d. CONDITION: Some weathered surfaces, generally very good. 9-94798 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 2250

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2251

CARVED STANDING EAGLE.

Carved from a single block of hardwood, swept back wings and head looking to side perched on a round wood block. Natural colors of wood from light to dark highlighting edges of wings and head. Nice detailed feather carving. SIZE: 22-1/2″ h x 19″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-97169 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2251

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2252

SPADE FOOT RED PAINTED HEPPLEWHITE CANDLESTAND.

Circa late 18th century, New England. Walnut, birch, original dry red paint. Single board, square, scrubbed walnut top, affixed to beveled, chamfered cleat. The column with graceful urn turning, above dovetailed spider legs with spade feet. Underside of top illegibly signed, period chalk script. SIZE: 16-3/4″ x 17-1/2″ x 28-3/4″ t. CONDITION: Good, very minor abrasions, minor water staining to top. 9-96600 (800-1,800) – Lot 2252

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2253

CARVED ANGELS MEDALLION PLAQUE.

18th century, probably American. Walnut, original paint with gesso undercoat. Relief carved from a single plank, two winged angels dressed in red blouses with gilt trim, and green skirts with blue and red polka dot designs, hems gilded with blue trim. Figures holding scrolled medallion/family coat of arms, with cherub crest. SIZE: 39-1/2″ x 21″ t. CONDITION: Very good, minor gesso and paint loss, each wing with reattached break. 9-96581 (1,000-3,000) – Lot 2253

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2254

SMALL FOLK ART MINIATURE WATERCOLOR OF A LADY.

1832. Boston. Fine folk art representation of a woman dressed in blue puffy sleeved dress with flowers in one hand and basket in other. Now housed in lemon gold frame. Accompanying this lot will be a handwritten letter from 1832, from which this artwork was clipped, identifying the artist as Roger Kimball. SIZE: Image 2-1/4″ x 2-1/4″. Overall 6″ x 6″. CONDITION: Very good, well framed. 9-25008 (400-600) – Lot 2254

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2255

UNSIGNED (19th century) VICTORIAN PORTRAIT OF A CHILD.

Pastel portrait of a young child with short brown hair wearing a white dress adorned with blue ribbons. The child is holding two cherries to feed a pet bird perched in a cage. Housed in a 19th century gilt oval wood frame. SIZE: 23-1/2″ x 18″. Overall: 28″ x 23″. CONDITION: Overall good condition, not examined out of frame. Frame has several chips and cracks. 9-96812 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2255

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2256

PILGRIM CENTURY STYLE CANDLESTAND.

Circa 19th century. American. The round top having beaded edge constructed from two tongue and groove boards. Cleat mounted to square post, having flattened base with 4 reeded and mortised feet. SIZE: 17″ dia. 26″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with signs of considerable age, having very good original finish. 9-96571 (800-1,200) – Lot 2256

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2257

FABULOUS CARVED SANDSTONE SCULPTURE OF UNCLE SAM AND RATTLESNAKE.

The large carving from a single piece of light colored sandstone shows Uncle Sam seated, but withdrawing from a huge rattlesnake with its tail surrounding a building. Two men are lying atop the snake, one holding a US flag. The rattlesnake has consistently over the history of the United States been used to suggest the strength of states rights from the “Don’t Tread on Me” flag to the modern Tea Party. SIZE: 43-1/2″ l x 7-3/4″ w x 6″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-94530 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2257

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2258

FARRIER’S TRADE SIGN.

Late 19th century, American. Double sided sheet iron, depicting a blacksmith’s anvil with hammer beneath, finely cut horse above, with semi-circular horseshoe surround. SIZE: 32″ t. CONDITION: Very good original condition, age darkened with light oxidation throughout. 9-96405 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2258

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2259

JAMES HENRY CAFFERTY (American, 1819-1869) BOY IN BLACK DRESS WITH GREYHOUND DOG.

Oil on canvas portrait of a young boy in a black dress with laced bottom fringe and red bows on the arms. He holds by the collar a large brown greyhound type dog which has one leg up. The boy holds a whip and stands on a flower decorated floor covering. Housed in a replacement gilt flower decorated frame, signed lower left “J H Cafferty Dec 1859.” SIZE: 50″ x 40″ Overall: 56″ x 46-1/2″ PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey Collection; Purchased from Donny Malone Auction Gallery 8/23/98 CONDITION: Relined, areas around face & neck have been conserved and not inpainted, some inpainting, restored. Very good 9-90619 (8,000-12,000) – Lot 2259

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2260

UNSIGNED (American, Mid 19th Century) PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL IN WHITE DRESS SEATED IN A RED CHAIR.

Oil on canvas 3/4 portrait of a young girl with white dress holding a yellow ball in lap. She wears a double gold necklace and sits in an antique sidechair. She has lovely blue eyes, rosy cheeks and center parted light brown hair. Housed in a partial gilt molded wood frame, unsigned. SIZE: 26-1/2″ x 21-1/2″ Overall: 32″ x 27″ PROVENANCE: From a private New Jersey Collection; Alex Cooper Auctions 8/4/00 Lot 562 CONDITION: Relined, restretched on new stretcher, minor inpainting, very good 9-90621 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 2260

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2261

LARGE CLAY PIPE TOBACCONIST TRADE SIGN.

Late 19th century, New England. Fine large trade sign simulating a clay pipe, featuring a well crafted tin bowl in red and black paint and carved wooden stem with shaped mouth piece. Retaining original forged iron “s” hook hanger. SIZE: 72″ l. CONDITION: Very good, with good surface, some losses to wood on stem due to swirling grain. 9-96622 (3,000-6,000) – Lot 2261

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2262

TAVERN SIGN WITH PINEAPPLE.

Last half of the 19th Century, CA. Relief carved tavern/inn sign, found in CA., Cedar, deeply carved with scrolled surround, central motif of stylized pineapple (symbol of hospitality), in “goblet” form with leafage emanating from “stem”. Having overall painted and guilt surface with small amount of wear leaving a wonderful patina. SIZE: 29″ x 22-1/2″. CONDITION: Excellent untouched condition, original paint with minor wear from indoor display/use. 9-96397 (1,500-3,500) – Lot 2262

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2263

LARGE CARVED AND PAINTED BARBER POLE.

Late 19th century, American. Pine, well-turned robust example, from a single piece of wood. Old, dry, crusty, crazed second paint. SIZE: 71″ t. CONDITION: Very good condition, age appropriate wear and early drying cracks. 9-96418 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 2263

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2264

HAMMACHER SCHLEMMER & CO. HARDWOOD WORKBENCH.

Second half 19th century, New York. The rectangular dovetailed bench of typical form, the front fitted with 2 vises each with brass fitted collar cast with the company name. Raised on 4 rectangular legs centering an open shelf, terminating in shoe feet. SIZE: Working Height 32″ x 83″ l. x 24″ d. PROVENANCE: Hammacher Schlemmer & Co. CONDITION: Structurally very good, with normal and expected wear from use. 9-96763 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2264

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2265

IMPORTANT FOLK ART PAINT DECORATED CHILD’S ARMCHAIR.

Early 19th century, New England. Pine, fabric, William Hallowell Blake, Blue Hills, ME area. Original faux wood paint decorated. Inscribed, on old typewritten paper, underside, “This chair was made by William Hallowell Blake about 1835 in the shadow of the Blue Hills where he had moved from the historic Blake home in Dorchester. He was a descendant of Lord Humphrey Blake of England and his first American ancestor, William Blake, came to this country in the ‘John and Mary’ before 1642. His brother, Robert Hallowell Blake, married Miss Gardiner of Gardiner, Maine. The early Blakes who played a large part in the settlement of Dorchester are buried in the Old Granary Burying Ground. This chair was given to Barbara Howorth Gorely on October 23, 1927 by Fanny R. Blake Howorth who was one of the children for whom it was made.” Also attached, underside, label of M. Finkel and Daughter, with inventory number and “Blake Family” inscribed. The chair with raked back, applied rolled crest, adjoining downswept arms with scrolled handholds. The arm supports of swelled vasiform, joining plank seat, with oversized scrolled feet. The back and seat retain early fabric covering horsehair stuffed. SIZE: 18″ x 11″ x 19-1/2″. PROVENANCE: As noted on attached letter, through M. Finkel and Daughter, Philadelphia. CONDITION: Good, fabric worn, age appropriate wear/abrasions, old in-use putty repair rear of left arm and junction to back, proper right rear leg with old reattached break. 9-96597 (500-1,000) – Lot 2265

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2266
Revised: 1/21/2015

Please note: The date is not first third of the 19th century, it should be late 19th century.

MOLDED COPPER AND CAST ZINC HORSE AND SULKY WEATHERVANE.

First third 19th Century New England. Molded copper running horse pulling 2 wheeled sulky with molded copper driver. With cast zinc upper half and feet. Comes with museum stand. SIZE: 17″ h x 30″ l. CONDITION: Uneven verdigris finish. One wheel with spokes that need to be straightened and re-soldered. 9-94442 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 2266

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2267

HOLLOW BODY COW WEATHERVANE.

Late 19th, early 20th century. Whimsical folk art example with solid head, black and white painted body and fanciful udder. Offered with museum stand. SIZE: 16-1/2″ h x 24-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Generally good, painted surfaces over gilt surface with wear , corrosion and repaired bullet holes. 9-96767 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 2267

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2268

WEATHERVANE, HORSE, JEWELL.

Mid 19th century, Waltham, MA. Rare A.L. Jewell, running horse weathervane, copper and zinc. Flattened full bodied form, cast zinc head and folded sheet copper tail. Excellent verdigris surfaces with traces of gilt and yellow sizing. SIZE: 34″ l. CONDITION: Overall very good condition, minor professional leg seam repair, minor seam fill, top seam, adjacent to tail. 9-96390 (7,000-12,000) – Lot 2268

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2269

GAMECOCK WEATHERVANE.

Late 19th century, New England. Copper, flattened full body form, deeply embossed detail, with sheet copper wattle and comb, embossed sheet tail. Fine verdigris patina. Mounted on museum stand. SIZE: 20″ t. CONDITION: Very good original condition, minor seam separations on legs. 9-96408 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2269

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2270

SPECIAL ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL LOT.

This lot consists of twelve past Julia auction catalogs, together with their prices realized list. These catalogs serve as a valuable reference source. We regularly sell our past auction catalogs to collectors and dealers alike for that purpose. Please also note: The entire proceeds of this lot (to include the buyer’s premium), shall be donated to the St. Jude Children’s Hospital. St. Jude’s is one of the finest hospitals in North America today for the research and care of children afflicted with cancer. We hope that you will consider competing on this lot, we consider it to be an extremely worthwhile cause and we have dedicated ourselves to include similar lots in every single one of our auctions, the proceeds of which will be donated to St. Jude’s. Thank you for your participation. CONDITION: Very good. 8-87112-1 (300-400) – Lot 2270

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2271

SILVER PLATED PUNCH BOWL WITH GLASS LINER BY WMF.

19th century German silver plated handled punch bowl with lid and glass insert. The outside decorated with grape & grapevine repousse style design. Marked on base WMFB (Wurttembergische Metallwarenfabrik, or Wurttemberg Metal Factory), with Britannia base metal. Exceptional figural finial on cover depicts a 3-dimensional bust of a woman. SIZE: 16″ h x 13″ at widest. CONDITION: Very good with expected liner imperfections. 9-96779 (800-1,200) – Lot 2271

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2271a

ART NOUVEAU STERLING BASKET BY REDLICH SILVER COMPANY.

Early 20th century, American. Fine quality of overall pierced design, having stylized foliate feet, and swing handle, with art nouveau decoration. The overall piece of flattened form with inward rolling top edge, bears the mark of a mythological creature being the company emblem of Redlich and Company NY, founded by Adolph Ludwig who had been a designer of silver for Geo. W. Shiebler and Co., evidenced by the superior quality of this large basket. 33oz Troy. SIZE: 33oz Troy. 12″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96195 (500-800) – Lot 2271a

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2272

NEO CLASSIC GORHAM STERLING SILVER TUREEN/CENTERPIECE.

1st half 20th century, American. Sterling silver covered oval urn, with gadroon and foliate decoration, having swag loop handles and urn finial. Marked Gorham Sterling #13692. This piece apparently started out as a covered tureen and was fitted with a removable pierced work silver plate flower frog with center urn finial to make it useful as a center piece, both pieces are marked with part #8 indicating that this was probably a factory re-fit at the Gorham Company. Accompanying this lot will be work slips and receipts from that re-fit. Urn weight 48oz Troy. SIZE: Urn weight 48oz Troy. 10″ h. 12″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96193 (800-1,200) – Lot 2272

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2273

193 PIECES OF STERLING SILVER FLATWARE BY KIRK AND SONS IN THE “OLD MARYLAND” ENGRAVED PATTERN.

Detailed engraving includes floral and scrolling elements, engraved with A.H.B. monogram, set consists of: 12 7-1/2″ iced tea spoons; 12 5-3/4″ grapefruit spoons; 12 5-1/2″ dessert/ice cream spoons; 12 5-3/4″ cocktail forks; 12 5-3/4″ butter spreaders; 10 6-1/4″ salad forks; 12 6-1/4″ soup spoons; 12 5-1/2″ bouillon spoons; 24 6″ teaspoons; 12 7-1/2″ tablespoons; 12 7-1/2″ luncheon forks; 12 8″ dinner forks; 12 9-1/2″ dinner knives; 12 8-3/4″ luncheon knives; pair of 10″ carving set with sterling handles and stainless blades; 10-1/4″ cake knife with stainless blade; 9-1/2″ salad set; 2 9-3/4″ serving spoons; 8-1/4″ meat fork; 7″ ladle; 5-1/2″ ladle; 5″ berry spoon; 6-1/4″ sugar spoon; 6-1/2″ jelly server; 4-1/2″ sugar tongs; 5-1/2″ child’s solid sterling knife. Housed in a hardwood velvet lined box. Total weight 245 troy ounces, not including 12 dinner knives, 12 luncheon knives and 3 serving pieces all with sterling handles and stainless steel blades. SIZE: As stated above. CONDITION: One large serving spoon with dents at edge, generally very good showing light use, with box having light scratches. 9-25085 (4,000-8,000) – Lot 2273

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2274

AMERICAN SILVER 3 PIECE TEA SERVICE MADE BY WM. BRAISTED HEYER.

Early 19th century. New York. Hand chased American silver 3 piece tea service of stepped oval configuration, each piece on 4 ball feet with lower lobed section, waisted center with applied mid band of scroll decoration and applied foliate bands at top and base, square handles and stepped oval covers on sugar and tea pot with fluted domes and finials. Made in New York City by William Braisted Heyer about 1805. Each piece has rectangular plaques soldered inside of base with family lineage from 1805 – 1968. Accompanying this lot will be an appraisal from 1987 with extended family history. SIZE: Teapot 10″ h. Total weight 60.4 troy ounces. PROVENANCE: History well documented on plaques under bases, beginning with Elizabeth Stanton Buckingham who owned it in 1805, descended through 4 other owners to Alice Willcox Whitney in 1868. The family is a well known Clinton, CT. family. CONDITION: A few minor dings and some tarnish. 9-25080 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2274

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2275

5 PIECE GORHAM STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE.

1st half 20th century, American. Featuring footed design with scalloped decoration and a flaring fluted body having all over engraved decoration of floral swags. Consisting of a large coffee pot on a stand with heater, a tall tea pot, a sugar bowl with cover, a creamer and an open waste bowl. SIZE: Total weight 137oz troy. Coffee pot on stand including handle 14″ t. CONDITION: Very good, the coffee pot hinge intact but missing pin. 9-75463 (800-1,200) – Lot 2275

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2276

5 PIECES OF STERLING SILVER AND 1 CHRISTOFLE PLATED CHARGER AND 1 NAUTICAL MOTIF PLATED NAPKIN RING.

20th century, American and French. Collection consists of colonial style footed sterling silver cream and sugar, a child’s sterling mug, a small sterling tray, and a large Reed & Barton lobed serving tray in the Windsor pattern. Together with a fine scalloped edge Christofle silverplate tray with engraved monogram, and a pierced work E.P.N.S. napkin ring with enamel logo “M.V.Georgic”. SIZE: total sterling weight 50.2oz troy. Windsor tray 13-3/4″ square. Sm tray 9″ x 6″. Christofle charger 14″. CONDITION: Child’s mug has considerable denting, Windsor tray has monogram “S”, otherwise very good. 7-75462 (800-1,200) – Lot 2276

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2277

SILVER SPICE TOWER AND KIDDUSH CUP.

1) 5″ goblet form cup decorated with eight panels of repousse, grapes and grape leaves. Dome base with matching panels and decorative stem. A line of Hebrew text below rim. 2) 9-3/4″ high silver spice tower. The tower having a central square box with four filigree panels, one panel hinged and opens to reveal storage compartment. The box having four moveable flags, one at each corner, a tiered tapering tower mounted by a larger flag. The round stepped base supporting a tapered stem. Silver hallmarks to bottom rim illegible. SIZE: As stated above. PROVENANCE: From a fine Connecticut home. CONDITION: Very good. 9-25120 (800-1,200) – Lot 2277

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2278

13 PIECES OF STERLING AND GLASS ITEMS.

1) 4-1/4″ h sterling covered cut glass powder jar, the lid with repousse flower design and monogram; 2) 2-3/4″ h x 3/1/2″ w cut glass powder jar with sterling top with monogram; 3) 3″ silver overlay clear glass perfume bottle (crack in neck); 4) 1-1/4″ h glass jar with sterling top; 2-1/4″ cranberry perfume bottle; 2″ h clear perfume bottle with English Sterling hallmark cap having a 28″ silver chain with glass beads; 3/4″ h x 1-1/2″ w covered pill box with blue enamel decoration; 2-1/4″ scoop marked “Leonore Doskow Handmade Sterling”; 1-1/2″ funnel marked “Leonore Doskow Handmade Sterling”; 2″ h x 1-1/4″ w match safe marked “P Silver”; 4-1/2″ tube shaped perfumer with removable insert marked “Sterling Patented 1889″; 6-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ sterling tray; and 8″ x 1” letter opener? marked “J.E. Caldwell & Co Sterling”. Total weight 6.5 troy ounce of weighable silver. SIZE: As stated above. CONDITION: Some show use, dings. 9-96286 (700-900) – Lot 2278

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2279

STERLING ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL YACHTING TROPHY.

Late 19th century. New York. Large sterling silver bowl, with 4 fruit and leaf feet and applied fruit and leaf band at the top, having the mark of Dominic and Haff, Sterling Silver, with the inscription “The Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, July 17th, 1897, Roosevelt Memorial Cup, Mixed Class Sloops, Won by MOMO”. The Alfred Roosevelt Memorial Cup is still awarded at Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club, Oyster Bay, New York 11771. SIZE: 31.9oz Troy. 10-3/4″ dia. 4″ t. CONDITION: A few very minor pits and dents. 9-96685 (400-600) – Lot 2279

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2280

TIFFANY STERLING PORRINGER TOGETHER WITH A MARQUAND AND CO. SILVER SALVER.

1) Late 19th century. A 5 gill sterling porringer marked “Tiffany & Co., 5785T2870” having elaborate chased floral and cartouche decoration and pierced work handle. Engraved inscription on bottom, “Roger Sherman Evarts, From His Grandfather William M. Evarts, April 28th, 1896”. 2) First half 19th century. An American coin silver salver, with the mark “Marquand & Co., New York, Successors to Ball, Black & Co.”. Of heavy quality with rope turned trim and inscribed “Roger Sherman Evarts, From His Grandmother Helen M. W. Evarts, April 28th, 1900”. Roger Sherman Evarts was a descendant of Roger Sherman signer of The Declaration of Independance. SIZE: 1) 9.5oz Troy. 2) 8.2oz Troy. 7″ dia. CONDITION: 1) Minor dents in base. 2) Minor dent in base. 7-75407 (300-500) – Lot 2280

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2281

COPPER ROOSTER WEATHERVANE.

Late 20th to 21st century, American. Hollow body form with ribbed sheet metal tail and applied sheet metal wings. SIZE: 24″ t. x 19″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96211 (800-1,200) – Lot 2281

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2283

STAG WEATHERVANE.

20th century, American. Full bodied copper standing example with zinc filled antlers. Green surface. For similar example see Steve Miller The Art Of The Weather Vane page 147. SIZE: 29″ h. x 21″ l. CONDITION: Very good overall. 9-96301 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2283

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2284

COPPER GRASSHOPPER WEATHERVANE WITH GLASS EYES.

Second half 20th century, American. Featuring a flattened hollow body. Insect with applied legs and antennae, fit with emerald green glass eyes. SIZE: 24″ l. x 12″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with verdigris patina. 9-96165 (2,500-3,000) – Lot 2284

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2285

PAIR OF WILTON WARE “FANTASY LUSTRE” VASES.

Fine pair of vases featuring elaborate romantic fantasy scenes in bright lustre glazes with gilt decoration bearing the gilt mark for Henry Jones Stoke on Trent. SIZE: 8″ H PROVENANCE: James D Julia fall 2006 Lamp and Glass sale lot 632. From a fine private Long Island, NY collection. CONDITION: Very good 9-93387 (400-600) – Lot 2285

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2286

LOETZ STYLE ART GLASS VASE.

Pinched bulbous form having a blue ground with iridescent splashes and textured exterior. Probably Austrian, 20th century. SIZE: 6-1/2″ h x 4-3/4″ at widest. CONDITION: Very good. 7-75282 (200-300) – Lot 2286

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2287

LARGE LOETZ IRIDESCENT VASE.

1st half 20th century, Austria. Fine quality, over sized example, free blown, free form vase with striated gold iridescent, having green threading added prior to the blowing process. The vase has a flaring top, with tooled square opening and a smooth ground pontil on the base. SIZE: 12-1/2″ t. 10-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 7-75258 (500-700) – Lot 2287

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2288

SEVEN-PIECE ASSEMBLED DESK SET BY TIFFANY STUDIOS.

Set consists of six pieces of “Pine Needle” pattern as follows: 1) 6-1/4″ h x 10″ w x 2-1/4″ d paper rack having two cavities. Marked on bottom “Tiffany Studios New York” with green slag glass panels; 2) 9-1/2″ x 2-3/4″ pen tray with green slag glass marked “Tiffany Studios 1004”. 3) 3-3/4″ h x 4″ x 4″ ink well with green slag glass marked “Tiffany Studios New York 10”. Clear glass ink font present. 4 & 5) Pair of 12″ x 2″ blotter ends marked “Tiffany Studios New York”. 6) 7″ x 8-3/4″ calendar frame with easel back marked “Tiffany Studios New York 29″ having green slag glass. Along with a 1-1/2″ h x 4″ x 2-1/4” stamp box in the “Grape Vine” pattern having green slag glass marked “Tiffany Studios New York 108”. CONDITION: 1) Cracks in backing glass. 5) Broken & repaired, easel & calendar holder is separated. On all pieces there is an inconsistent finish, minor dents and all in ‘as found’ condition. 9-96246 (800-1,200) – Lot 2288

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2289

PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU PATINATED COPPER CANDLELABRA.

20th century. Crafted with hollow copper base, tubular copper shaft and copper arms with wrapped copper rope decoration, with all over green patina. SIZE: 16″ t. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96249 (800-1,200) – Lot 2289

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2290

MILLER BRASS LAMP WITH HANDEL SHADE.

Late 19th/early 20th Century, American. The brass kerosene base signed Miller #924. Fitted with a ring & mounted with a white cased glass shade decorated with green scrolling tendrils. The shade marked Handel #2944 F.L. painted on inner rim. SIZE: 18″ h; 9-3/8″ dia. rim; 13-1/2″ overall dia. PROVENANCE: From a private Maine collection. CONDITION: Base electrified font intact. The shade with flea bite on bottom rim & roughness to top rim with shallow fleck. Otherwise good. 9-94737-1 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2290

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2291

RARE TIFFANY LAMP BASE D799 WITH REPLACED LEADED GLASS SHADE.

The bronze lamp base having a round base with outside design, three arm spider to hold small shade. The bottom marked “Tiffany Studios New York D799” along with the Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company logo. The shade is a 20th century reproduction of green background with two groups of three flower heads having glass cabochon centers. The shade with etched signature “J. Russell 1977”. SIZE: Shade 8-1/4″ dia. Base 9-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, electric socket appears to be a replacement, shade has some cracks. 9-96294 (500-700) – Lot 2291

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2292

HANDEL TABLE LAMP.

The lamp with cracked ice case glass and #5635 and stamped “L. Brown/Handel/#5635” on interior. Mounted on a bronze cylindrical swelled three-socket base with impressed cast mark “Handel” beneath the base. The shade with molded basket weave border alternating with rings. SIZE: 23-1/2″ overall h; 14″ shade dia. PROVENANCE: From a private Maine collection. CONDITION: Shade with minor roughness & flea bites along interior edge of bottom rim. Top rim collar intact, base with good dark patina & original acorn pull chains. 9-94737 (800-1,200) – Lot 2292

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2293

FRENCH ART DECO BRONZE TABLE LAMP SIGNED PICAULT.

Late 19th, early 20th century. French. Egyptian revival table lamp featuring the figure of an Egyptian princess with outstretched arms holding torch lights, on a triangular pedestal. Lamp fitted with gold iridescent trumpet style shades, having applied spiraling and tapering lavender rigaree. Signed on back of base “Picault”. SIZE: 21-1/2″ to top of shade. CONDITION: Very good, bronze with nice dark patina. 9-94738 (500-700) – Lot 2293

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2294

TIFFANY STUDIO BRONZE COBRA CHAMBER STICK CANDLE LAMP WITH PULLED FEATHER SHADE.

An organic form bronze chamber stick with cobra handle and flattened base marked Tiffany Studios, New York, 1209, with TS monogram. Fitted with patinated candle cup having collar for attaching white and green iridescent pulled feather shade marked “LCT”. SIZE: Overall 12-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96061 (500-700) – Lot 2294

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2295

TIFFANY ACORN TABLE LAMP.

Very nice diminutive size Tiffany lamp has bronze base with round foot supporting a slender stem leading to three arm spider. Lamp is completed with a four socket chandelier bulb cluster. Base is finished with a medium brown patina and light green highlights. Base supports a nice Tiffany acorn shade with the acorn band set against a nicely shaded light green background with yellow acorns. Shade is signed “Tiffany Studios New York”. Base is signed on the underside “Tiffany Studios New York D853″ along with the Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company logo. A pierced cap present SIZE: Shade is 12″ dia. Base 16-1/4″ h. with shade and cap 20″ h. CONDITION: Good, base re-wired with inconsistent finish, shade slightly out of round with several cracks in pieces in acorn border, one area od leading detached from glass. 9-96248 (5,000-7,000) – Lot 2295

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2296

OUTSTANDING TIFFANY STUDIOS SEAL TURTLE-BACK TILE DESK LAMP.

The Moorish designed shade having two iridescent turtle-back glass inserts, bead and filigree type bronze work, harp style base ending in a round base set with glass iridescent marbles. The base marked “Tiffany Studios New Your D801″ along with the Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company logo. SIZE: 14-1/2″ h, 8” at widest. CONDITION: Very good, original cord needs replacing. 9-96247 (6,000-8,000) – Lot 2296

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2297

SLAG GLASS WILKINSON TABLE LAMP.

This early example has a cone shaped shade having six oval caramel slag panels separated by opposing triangular multi-colored slag pieces. The heavy base with a fluted column, two fixtures and base of pond lily decoration. Base plate marked “Wilkinson & Co, Brooklyn N.Y.” SIZE: 23-1/2″ h, shade dia. 17″ shade height 9-1/4″. CONDITION: Very good, break in the bottom edge of the metal work on one panel, two corner panels with damage. 9-94854 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2297

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2298

STERLING SILVER CENTER BOWL BY TIFFANY & CO.

The round bowl having a folded down scalloped rim with engraved design and pierced decoration. Monogrammed “DC”, marked on base “Tiffany & Co. 18846A Makers 1226 Sterling Silver 925-1000M”. Total weight 21.5 troy ounces. SIZE: 2-1/2″ h x 12″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a fine Connecticut home. CONDITION: Top rim with several small dings and light creases. 9-25119 (800-1,200) – Lot 2298

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2299

98-PIECE STERLING SILVER SET FLATWARE SERVICE BY TIFFANY IN THE “PALMETTE” PATTERN.

Outstanding set consists of: 12 8″ dinner forks; 12 7″ salad forks; 12 6″ cocktail forks; 24 6″ teaspoons; 12 6-3/4″ soup spoons; 12 6-1/4″ butter knives (solid handle); 12 9-1/2″ dinner knives (steel blades); 8-1/2″ serving spoon; 9″ serving spoon. All enclosed in a green shagreen style lined case. Total weight 142 troy ounces, without dinner knives. SIZE: As stated above. CONDITION: Monogrammed “D”, near unused condition. 9-96818 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 2299

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2300

187-PIECE STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SET by TIFFANY IN THE “LORENZO” PATTERN AND 17 OTHER PIECES.

Set consisting of: 18 7-3/4″ dinner forks; 24 7″ luncheon forks; 18 7″ desert forks; 30 6″ teaspoons; 18 6-3/4″ large soup spoons; 18 9-1/4″ sterling handled dinner knives with stainless steel blades; 8 9″ steak knives with “Case” steel blades; 4 7-1/4″ fruit knives with sterling handles and stainless steel blades; 18 6″ butter spreaders; 3 7-1/2″ iced tea spoons; 8 4-1/4″ demitasse spoons; 12 6″ cocktail forks; 2 8-3/4″ serving forks; 2 8-1/2″ serving spoons; 9″ serving spoon; 10″ Sterling handled pie server with silver plate blade; 11-1/2″ carving set with sterling handles and stainless steel blade and tines. Accompanying this lot will be 5 Tiffany Makers Sterling 2″ diameter footed salts with 7 2-3/4″ salt spoons, #22693M; 3 floral side dishes Sterling Tiffany and Co. Makers #22955M; 1 pair Whiting Silver Co. 6-1/4″ shell tongs; and 1 pair silver plate 4-1/2″ sugar tongs. Flatware set total weight 230 troy ounces, not including 33 pieces with sterling handles only. Accompanying pieces 18 troy ounces. Total weight 248 troy ounces. SIZE: As stated above. CONDITION: Very good, monogrammed “R”, housed in a silver box as is. 9-96187 (4,000-5,000) – Lot 2300

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2301

GRAND STERLING SILVER CENTER BOWL WITH FLORAL REPOUSSE DECORATION AND 3 DIMENSIONAL STRAWBERRIES.

20th century, Mexican or American. Over-sized 2 handled fruit bowl, with 6 scroll decorated feet, floral repousse base with scrolling edge, pedestal elaborately embellished with 3 dimensional strawberries and leaves with flaring oval bowl having deeply repoussed flowers separated by gadrooned ribs, the scrolling top decorated with a repoussed banding of strawberries and blossoms, detailed scrolling handles feature the face of a bearded figure. Marked Sterling Handmade. SIZE: 117.4oz Troy. 23″ w. 14-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96169 (6,500-7,500) – Lot 2301

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2302

4 PIECE GEORG JENSEN “COSMOS” STERLING SILVER TEA SET.

Jensen mark on base circa 1915-1927, Denmark. Design #45 bearing the mark of Georg Jensen silversmith and the mark of Johan Rohde (1856-1935), designer. Finely crafted and designed for the mid century modern market, each piece with stylized gadrooned base, streamlined body, with carved ivory set handles, joined with foliate elements. Set consists of a tall coffee pot (10-1/2″ h), a low tea pot (6-1/4″ h), a creamer (4-1/4″ h) and a covered sugar bowl (4″ h). Total weight 69oz Troy. Johan Rohde was a Danish painter, lithographer and designer and the principal founder of “Den Frie Udstilling” establishing in 1891 to allow artists to exhibit works that did not fit into the academy’s normal selection criteria. 69 troy oz. SIZE: As listed above. CONDITION: Very good, coffee pot with tiny dent to base edge. 9-96510 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 2302

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2303

LARGE & RARE GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER “EXTRA SERVICE TRAY”.

Mid 20th century, Denmark. Large Sterling silver tray bearing the mark of Georg Jensen Silversmith, Johan Rohde, designer, design #251A. An oval tray having raised edge with notched decoration, having handles on both ends fitted with carved ivory grips joined to tray by tapering reeded elongated cones and scrolling elements. Johan Rohde was a Danish painter, lithographer and designer and the principal founder of “Den Frie Udstilling” establishing in 1891 to allow artists to exhibit works that did not fit into the academy’s normal selection criteria. 113oz Troy. SIZE: 113oz Troy. 27″ x 18-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96510-1 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 2303

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2304

RUSSIAN GILDED SILVER AND NIELLO SNUFF BOX.

1816, Moscow, Russia. Finely crafted silver snuff box, rectangular with cut corners, the cover featuring a Russian Gentleman on the back of a lion with architectural background, the bottom decorated with engraved scene with architectural arch and towers with flags. Very well marked 84 silver (makers mark indiscernible). SIZE: 3.7oz troy. 3-3/8″ x 2-5/8″ x 1/2″. PROVENANCE: A La Vieille Russie CONDITION: Very good, slight wear and minor loss to Niello. 9-96191 (400-600) – Lot 2304

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2305

CASED RUSSIAN ICON OF THE “KAZANSKYA VIRGIN”.

The hand painted image of the Mother of God supporting her standing son. The gilt metal oklad with a pierced halo. Two hallmarks on left side of halo 84 (875/1000 silver content) and makers mark (O, upside down L), also marked center bottom. Housed in a framed hinged box with glass top. Original key present. Box is fitted on bottom with removable candle sconce. A wrought iron stand accompanies the piece. SIZE: Box: 16-1/4″ h x 14-1/2″ w x 3″ d. Icon: 12-1/2″ h x 10-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96704 (5,000-7,000) – Lot 2305

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2306

RUSSIAN SILVER MOUNTED CUT GLASS SHALLOW BOWL BY FABERGE.

Marked with the Faberge hallmark, “84” (875/1000 parts silver) and a head facing right. The circular silver rimmed bowl having a 5-panel starburst design in colorless glass. The rim is reeded with ribbon tie decoration. Fitted in its original oak case having silk and velvet liner marked with the Faberge logo. Original key present. SIZE: Plate: 12-1/4″ dia x 1-1/2″ d. Case: 3-1/2″ h x 19-1/2″ w x 16-1/2″ d CONDITION: Very good with wear scratches to base, case also in very good condition. 9-96707 (6,000-8,000) – Lot 2306

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2307

CASED RUSSIAN SILVER PAGE TURNER.

Marked “I.P.” (for Yu. A. Rappoport 19th/20th Century). Also marked with “88” standing for 916/1000 silver content. A very small hallmark at top of blade “Z II”. The turner has a 9-1/2″ silver blade having engraved 5-letter Cyrillic word. A 5-1/2″ gilt silver handle having an inset oval blue enameled panel with one side having a seed pearl studded “H” above a “II”, the other side blank. The top finial having a stylized crown. Original case in brown leather with silk and velvet lining. SIZE: 15″ l x 1″ w. CONDITION: Very good, case as found. 9-96703 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2307

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2308

FULL BODY COPPER “SMUGGLER” RUNNING HORSE WEATHERVANE.

Late 19th century. New England. Now offered with stand. This nicely detailed example with verdigris surface and well detailed head, mane, and tail. SIZE: 17″ h. 32-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Weathervane in original as found condition, no repairs noted, light denting on shoulder and tail near body, seams tight, surface abrasions to area of mane and shoulders, generally good. 9-96782 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2308

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2309

WHIMSICAL OWL ON BROOM WEATHERVANE.

Mid to late 20th century. American. Molded copper with gilded surface. Very similar to and probably copied from one depicted in 1893 J.W. Fiske catalogue. SIZE: Owl 22″ t. Broom length 42″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96302 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2309

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2310

HOLLOW COPPER AND ZINC EAGLE WEATHERVANE BY A.L. JEWELL & COMPANY.

Late 19th century. Attributed to A.L. Jewell & Co., Waltham, MA., (active 1852 – 1867). Featuring a fiery eagle with cast zinc head and hollow flattened full body with feather detail, in flight with concave copper upturned wings. All sitting atop a copper ball. SIZE: 24″ L. X 19″ T. CONDITION: Appears to be in very good condition under newly re-gilded surface. 9-96142 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2310

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2311

MASSIVE GEORGE JONES & SONS LTD. BALUSTER VASE AND COVER.

Circa 1900, with impressed crescent “J” and “4” marks. The vase of inverted pear-shape, the domed cover with a gilt recumbent beast, the body painted with a continuous lakeside scene of swallows in flight above flowering rose branches and poppies. SIZE: 30″ h. PROVENANCE: Christie’s sale #8369 5/31/00 lot 533, From a fine private Long Island, NY collection. CONDITION: Very good, minor gilt loss with very minor spot flecks. 9-93363 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2311

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2312

BRITISH STUDIO POTTERY FIGURE OF FAUN RIDING A SNAIL BY CHARLES VYSE.

Figure of a young faun riding a colorful snail, under glaze signature on base C. Vyse Chelsea in monogram, and dated 1926. Charles Vyse was born in Staffordshire in 1882, and was a key figure in the development of British studio pottery. At the age of 14 he was apprenticed to the Doulton factory as a designer. Attended Hanley Art School where he won a scholarship to the Royal College of Art where he studied sculpture from 1905 to 1910. In 1911 he was elected as a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. He set up his studio at Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, in 1919 and produced figures based on characters seen on the streets of London. SIZE: 8″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Southern Maine home. CONDITION: Fair, head severed and re-glued, body badly damaged and re-glued, losses to snail antennae, and a few minor chips. 9-94794 (300-400) – Lot 2312

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2313

BRITISH STUDIO POTTERY FIGURE OF A FLOWER VENDOR BY CHARLES VYSE.

Figure of a standing woman in colorful attire holding a child and a basket of flowers, on a wooden plinth, incised signature on side of base C. Vyse Chelsea. Charles Vyse was born in Staffordshire in 1882, and was a key figure in the development of British studio pottery. At the age of 14 he was apprenticed to the Doulton factory as a designer. Attended Hanley Art School where he won a scholarship to the Royal College of Art where he studied sculpture from 1905 to 1910. In 1911 he was elected as a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. He set up his studio at Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, in 1919 and produced figures based on characters seen on the streets of London. SIZE: 10″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Southern Maine home. CONDITION: Very good with minor loss to three flowers. 9-94790 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2313

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2314

BRITISH STUDIO POTTERY FIGURE OF A SEATED PEASANT WOMAN BY CHARLES VYSE.

Figure of a seated woman in peasant dress with baskets of well modeled vegetables, on a wooden plinth, incised signature on side of base C. Vyse Chelsea and dated 1931. Charles Vyse was born in Staffordshire in 1882, and was a key figure in the development of British studio pottery. At the age of 14 he was apprenticed to the Doulton factory as a designer. Attended Hanley Art School where he won a scholarship to the Royal College of Art where he studied sculpture from 1905 to 1910. In 1911 he was elected as a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. He set up his studio at Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, in 1919 and produced figures based on characters seen on the streets of London. SIZE: 8″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Southern Maine home. CONDITION: A few tiny losses to tips of vegetable leaves and artichokes, re-glued chip on lower left back corner of plinth. 9-94793 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2314

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2315

BRITISH STUDIO POTTERY FIGURE OF A PEASANT WOMAN BY CHARLES VYSE.

Figure of a standing woman in peasant dress holding a duck beside a basket of ducks and rabbits, on a wooden plinth, incised signature on side of base C. Vyse Chelsea and dated 1931. Charles Vyse was born in Staffordshire in 1882, and was a key figure in the development of British studio pottery. At the age of 14 he was apprenticed to the Doulton factory as a designer. Attended Hanley Art School where he won a scholarship to the Royal College of Art where he studied sculpture from 1905 to 1910. In 1911 he was elected as a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. He set up his studio at Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, in 1919 and produced figures based on characters seen on the streets of London. SIZE: 10″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Southern Maine home. CONDITION: Very good with one very minor chip on base. 9-94792 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2315

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2316

BRITISH STUDIO POTTERY FIGURE OF WORK HORSE WITH STABLE HAND BY CHARLES VYSE.

Figure of a work horse decked out with show bridle and decorated tail standing with his handler in elaborate costume preparing for a horse fair. On a wooden plinth, incised signature on side of base C. Vyse Chelsea. Charles Vyse was born in Staffordshire in 1882, and was a key figure in the development of British studio pottery. At the age of 14 he was apprenticed to the Doulton factory as a designer. Attended Hanley Art School where he won a scholarship to the Royal College of Art where he studied sculpture from 1905 to 1910. In 1911 he was elected as a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. He set up his studio at Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, in 1919 and produced figures based on characters seen on the streets of London. SIZE: 11″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Southern Maine home. CONDITION: Minor surface 3/4″ hairline on front of plinth otherwise very good. 9-94796 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2316

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2317

BRITISH STUDIO POTTERY FIGURE OF A FLOWER VENDOR WITH NOSEGAYS BY CHARLES VYSE.

Figure of a standing woman with shawl and brimmed hat vending nosegay bouquets, on a wooden plinth, under glaze signature on base in monogram, C. Vyse Chelsea and dated 1926. Charles Vyse was born in Staffordshire in 1882, and was a key figure in the development of British studio pottery. At the age of 14 he was apprenticed to the Doulton factory as a designer. Attended Hanley Art School where he won a scholarship to the Royal College of Art where he studied sculpture from 1905 to 1910. In 1911 he was elected as a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. He set up his studio at Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, in 1919 and produced figures based on characters seen on the streets of London. SIZE: 10″ h. PROVENANCE: From a Southern Maine home. CONDITION: Very good with one very minor chip on one bouquet. 9-94795 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2317

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2318

3 FRAMED DISPLAYS FEATURING SHELL AND LAVA CAMEOS.

Cameo’s 19th century housed in 20th century frames. 1) Elaborately carved and very finely detailed shell cameo, featuring a nude male angel and a team of horses in flight. Roman style and very high relief. Surrounded by twining vine frame in gold or goldplate, now mounted in a gilt shadowbox frame, with background surround featuring squares of agate with MOP button corners. 2) Elaborately carved and very finely detailed shell cameo, featuring the bust of a Roman God with Olive Branch in hair, having beautiful flowing hair and beard. Surrounded by bezel from portrait frame in brass, now mounted in a gilt shadowbox frame, with background surround featuring squares of agate with MOP button corners. 3) Features a shell cameo portrait brooch with gold filled frame, 2 lava cameo portrait brooches in very high relief, both with grape and leaf decoration, framed in gold or gold filled frames and a classical musician lava cameo lavalier with silver and gold filled frame all arranged in a decorative pattern with gold foil detail, portraits separated with carved MOP oval game pieces. All housed in a shield shaped mahogany inlaid shadowbox frame with brass finial. All 3 shadowboxes having the label “Saxon & Clemens Pictures, NY”. SIZE: 1) Shell cameo size 1-3/4″ x 2-1/8″. Frame 7″ square. 2) Shell cameo 1-3/4″ x 1-1/2″. Frame 7″ square. 3) Various range 1″ to 1-1/4″ t. Frame overall 12-1/2″ x 12-1/2″ t. CONDITION: 1) Appears to be very good, not examined out of frame. 2) Appears to be very good, not examined out of frame. 3) Appears to be very good, not examined out of frame. 9-96188 (700-900) – Lot 2318

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2319

FOUR PIETRE DURE LOCKETS WITH ORIGINAL BRASS STAND.

Circa late 19th century, Italy. Tri-pod stand on scroll feet with revolving display section, manufactured to hold 4 large lockets, displaying on the front Pietre Dure stone inlay floral decoration. Each locket opens to reveal a window for displaying miniature artwork, 3 of these feature such artwork, including 1 portrait of two finely rendered cherubs, 1 portrait of 2 young girls, and 1 with a finely rendered Renaissance portrait of a Madonna, the 4th without image. SIZE: overall 7-1/2″ t. each locket 2-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good, brass with fine old patina, one portrait absent. 9-96190 (800-1,200) – Lot 2319

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2320

FINE LARGE BERLIN PORCELAIN PLAQUE SIGNED “M.S. HUDSON”.

The scene of four women in a Turkish bath type setting with other figures in background, signed left “M.S. Hudson”. Housed in a gold painted antique frame. SIZE: 13″ X 16-1/4″ Overall: 22″ x 25″ CONDITION: Very good. 7-74896 (800-1,200) – Lot 2320

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2321

FRAMED KPM PLAQUE (19th century) TOCHTER DES CALIEFEN SIGNED ULLMAN.

Hand painted porcelain plaque depicting a woman with flowing auburn hair in a red velvet gown, holding a tambourine. The plaque is housed in a carved gilt wood frame and signed lower right “Ullmann.” Bears the KPM sceptor mark on verso, and is numbered 225-283. Verso inscribed to “Tochter des Caliefen”. SIZE: 10-3/4″ x 8-5/8:. Overall: 11-3/4″ x 10″ CONDITION: Very good 9-94804 (2,500-3,000) – Lot 2321

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2322

BRONZE AND MARBLE CLASSICAL STYLE URN.

Late 19th century. Continental. Featuring a marble urn with flaring top, fitted with a brass band decorated with elaborate classical bronze features including faces with Adamesque drops and surrounds. Urn supported by carved marble finial with bronze base and top, having bronze scrolling supports featuring the head of Bacchus, terminating in claw feet. All on a classical bronze platform, supported by a marble base with 3 bronze feet. SIZE: 22″ t. CONDITION: Good, with re-glue crack in urn and missing one bronze arrow point drop. 9-96200 (1,750-2,250) – Lot 2322

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2323

FABULOUS EIGHT-PIECE WASH SET BY ROYAL BONN ATTRIBUTED TO FRANZ A. MEHLEM.

Dated on bottom 1882 with the red Royal Bonn mark. The large pieces decorated with colorful parrots and butterflies with green leafy branches. Set consists of: 9″ h chamber pot with cover; 15″ h covered slop jar having two-handles; 11″ water pitcher; 14-3/4″ dia. wash bowl; 7-3/4″ hot water pitcher; 3-3/4″ shaving mug; Two 5-1/2″ brush holders. Along with a 5-1/2″ x 4″ soap dish cover. CONDITION: Generally very good with some tight hairlines. 7-70785 (800-1,200) – Lot 2323

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2324

Typographical error: The title in the printed catalog states “7 PIECES OF FRENCH PEASANT POTTERY MARKED QUIMPER”, which is incorrect. There are actually 8 pieces of pottery. The online catalog is correct.

8 PIECES OF FRENCH PEASANT POTTERY MARKED QUIMPER.

1st half 20th century, France. Consisting of 6 small scalloped edge plates, 3 with the images of gentleman musicians and 3 with peasant women with baskets, marked Henriot Quimper. 1 dinner plate with peasant gentleman, marked HB Quimper, France, C.P. 176. And Shield shaped snuff bottle with gentleman with walking stick, Marked HB Quimper. SIZE: Small plates 6-3/4″ dia. Large plate 9-1/2″ dia. Snuff 3-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Small plates very good. Large plate, considerable glaze loss around edge and significant wear to center. Snuff bottle, very good. 9-96512 (600-800) – Lot 2324

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2325

COPELAND PARIAN BUST OF MOTHER AND CHILD.

Late 19th century. England. Bearing an incised artist signature “R. Monty – 1871” an impressed mark “Ceramic and Crystal Palace Art Union, Copeland…N”. Molded in 2 pieces and attached with bolt. SIZE: 14-3/4″ t. CONDITION: Minor chip on top of base, re-glued chip in back of drape, and small chip in back of bust. 9-96451 (200-300) – Lot 2325

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2326

ROCOCO CARVED GILT OVAL MIRROR.

2nd half 19th century. The oval beveled mirror plate within a conforming molded surround carved with flowering wheat stalks and dentil molding. The ornate pierced and carved crest with floral swags and garlands anchored by cherubs amongst C-scrolled elements. SIZE: 55″h x 44-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good, original mirror plate. 9-94875 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 2326

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2327

FOUR SMALL FLORA DANICA PLATES.

20th century, Denmark. 4 fine small plates with elaborate hand-painted floral decoration, marked on reverse with plant names in script in Latin, having the under-glaze Royal Copenhagen Denmark mark. Also having 3 cobalt waves and impressed numerical marks. SIZE: 5-3/4″ dia. CONDITION: Very good condition. 9-96196 (400-600) – Lot 2327

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2328

PAIR OF BRISTOL OPALESCENT GLASS VASES WITH ENAMELED HYDRANGEA DECORATION.

Late 19th century. England. Featuring a bulbous vase with straight neck, having ground top edge in white opalescent glass with toned surface pink shading to green, having finely enameled painting of hydrangeas and leaves. SIZE: 12-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Minor wear to gold edge. 9-96673 (600-800) – Lot 2328

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2329

BRITISH STUDIO POTTERY FIGURE OF A PEASANT WOMAN BY JESSAMINE STELLA BRAY AND SYBIL V. WILLIAMS.

Figure of a seated woman in peasant dress holding a broom, on a wooden plinth, on base under glaze signature J.S.B.V.W in monogram, Dulwich, 1927 Eng., “Marie – no. 28”. Jessamine S. Bray and Sybil V. Williams worked together at the Dulwich Pottery factory in the late 1920s and 30s. They were well known for their designs. SIZE: 9″ h. CONDITION: Very good with minor wear to plinth corners. 9-94791 (400-600) – Lot 2329

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2330

LARGE DRESDEN FIGURE OF A TAILOR RIDING A GOAT.

Early 20th century, German. Fine large example of a TaIlor in 18th century dress with Tricorn hat, yellow jacket with floral sleeves and waistcoat, astride a goat who’s horns are used to carry scissors and iron, on a decorated floral base. Marked with the Dresden stylized “SP” mark, for Sachsische Porzellanmanufaktur, mark used after 1902. SIZE: 12-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Overall good, with losses and restoration to needles and pin cushion on back of goat and evidence of bocage loss on base. 9-96199 (2,600-2,800) – Lot 2330

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2331

“MAN AND WOMAN HUNTING” BY AUSTRALIAN ARTIST MICK MAGANI.

20th century. Australia. Aboriginal style oil on tree bark painting having a label on reverse identifying the artist “Magani Munjinu” (Mick Magani). Magani was a member of the Bangadi group the Jinang tribe and worked in the Arnhem Land, NT. Also on reverse collection information “W.W. Howells, from Arnhem Land November, 1961″. Attached to the back a summary of the story of a man and wife who are out hunting accompanied by their dogs. Housed in a shadowbox frame. SIZE: Artwork 15″ x 37”. Frame 20-1/4″ x 41-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Artwork, now detached from backboard. 8-87771 (600-900) – Lot 2331

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2332

EAGLE ON BALL WEATHERVANE.

Circa late 19th century, American. Molded copper with gilded surface. Wings outspread. Fine solid molded head. SIZE: 16″ h. x 23-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Slight dent to wing plus dent to ball. 9-96303 (600-800) – Lot 2332

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2333

AMERICAN TOURING CAR COPPER WEATHERVANE.

1st half 20th century. American. Artist unknown. These weathervanes/trade signs were use by repair stations and blacksmith shops to show that they also worked on cars as many repair shops in more remote areas were actually the local blacksmith. Similar example on page 101 of “A Gallery of American Weathervanes, and Whiligigs” by Robert Bishop and Patricia Coblentz. Nice form of an open touring car with verdigris surface, now offered on museum stand. SIZE: 16-1/2″ h. 30″ l. CONDITION: Structurally good. 9-96832 (5,000-6,000) – Lot 2333

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2334

PIPER CUB WEATHERVANE.

Mid 20th century, American. Copper, full bodied sheet copper form. Verdigris surfaces, all seams intact. Mounted on museum stand. SIZE: 23″ l. 30″ wingspan. CONDITION: Very good original condition. 9-96412 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2334

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2335

FINE LARGE SAILBOAT WEATHERVANE.

20th century, New England. Copper, slightly flattened full bodied hull, with embossed and curved shaped sails, the mast with flag. Very good verdigris surfaces. All seams tight. Mounted on museum stand. SIZE: 30″ t. 34″ l. CONDITION: Very good original condition. 9-96409 (800-1,200) – Lot 2335

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2336

HOLLOW COPPER GILT SEA SERPENT WEATHERVANE.

20th to 21st century, American. Well detailed figure with undulating hollow body, having well defined scales and applied tool sheet copper fins. SIZE: 37″ l. x 14″ t. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96214 (800-1,200) – Lot 2336

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2337

COPPER “WILLIAM TELL” WEATHERVANE.

Late 20th to 21st century, American. Featuring hollow full bodied copper apple made in 2 parts with attached stem pierced through with arrow having zinc point and flattened and folded copper feathers. SIZE: Arrow length 32″. Apple height 11″. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96216 (800-1,200) – Lot 2337

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2338

FIRE MARK PLAQUE.

Mid-late 19th century, Philadelphia PA. Fire Hydrant with Hose Fire Mark. Cast iron. Original paint with crusty, worn surface. Depicting, a serpent like fire hose attached to fire hydrant (plug), the initials “F A” flanking hydrant, in hollow relief casting. The Fire Association of Philadelphia was formed in 1817, and issued this fire mark to insured clients. SIZE: 11-1/2″ x 7″. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition. 9-96360 (500-800) – Lot 2338

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2339

FARADAY CAST IRON FIRE ALARM BOX.

First half 20th century. America. The domed construction with flip open door, having pull hook that sets clockwork mechanism, embossed with instructions and the Faraday logo and model #2022. SIZE: 7″ x 5″ x 5″. CONDITION: Very good, with wear to paint. 9-25034 (300-500) – Lot 2339

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2340

ENGINEERING DRAWING FOR AHRENS DOUBLE ENGINE.

Late 19th century, New York City. Student drawing by James Fanning and Frank Elder at Cooper Union of a double Ahrens engine for Ahrens Fire Engine Company of Cincinnati, OH. Watercolor with gilt highlights. Housed in a modern frame. SIZE: 29-1/2″ x 41″. Frame 38″ x 50″. CONDITION: Foxing and light toning. Colors Vibrant. 9-96799 (4,000-4,500) – Lot 2340

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2341

RUMSEY MANUFACTURING CO. TRADE SIGN.

2nd half 19th century. The Rumsey Co. operated in Seneca Falls, NY during the 2nd quarter of the 19th century and changed its name to Cowing & Co. after 1853. This sign advertising a warehouse location in New York City. The sign with old mounting rod and brackets. SIZE: 30″ x 36-1/2″. CONDITION: Good, surface soiling. 9-96793 (2,200-2,600) – Lot 2341

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2342

CARVED CHERRY AFRICAN AMERICAN FIGURE WITH RIFLE.

First quarter of the 20th century, New England. In striding pose, wearing a top hat, waistcoat, and necktie, the well-dressed figure holding a rifle, resting on his shoulder, he stands on a plinth base. All carved from a single piece. The face having particularly fine detail. Very good patina with original surface. SIZE: 9-3/4″ t. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96647 (700-1,200) – Lot 2342

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2343

HOWARD #75 WALL CLOCK IN OAK CASE.

Late 19th century, U.S., weight driven pendulum operated wall clock, the case, quartered oak in aesthetic style having turned flattened finials and oak leaf decoration. Featuring a round dial marked “E. Howard & Co., Boston” having eglomise throat glass. SIZE: 34″ long. CONDITION: Case very good, old refinish, replaced dial. 9-93866 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2343

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2344

BENCH MADE COUNTRY FRENCH SIDE TABLE WITH DRAWER.

Circa 20th century. Well crafted in cherry wood, having scrolling legs with wood peg and dovetail construction. Custom made by small cabinet making shop in Rouen, Normandy, France. SIZE: 24″ x 20″ x 30″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 9-94886 (600-900) – Lot 2344

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2345

TIGER MAPLE CORNER CUPBOARD BY ELDRED WHEELER.

Late 20th century, Massachusetts. This bench-made labeled example in two parts, the upper case with molded cornice above a single 12 glazed panel door with arches opening to interior fitted with three sloped shelves. The conforming lower case with pair of cupboard doors with raised panels opening to an interior fitted with single shelf on which is affixed the label of Eldred Wheeler workshop, Hingham Massachusetts. The whole raised on molded bracket base. SIZE: 82″ h x 44″ w x 29″ d to corner. CONDITION: Very good. 9-96814 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2345

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2346

RARE PORRINGER SHAPED CHECKERBOARD.

Circa mid 19th century, New England. The incised game squares and chrome yellow border painted in mushroom color with contrasting tiger maple graining which extends beyond the playing field. Pinstripe outer black band conforms with perimeter. Original paint decoration. SIZE: 17-1/2″ x 20″. CONDITION: Very good condition, minor abrasions, five screw holes in the backside indicate the board was likely once mounted with small “button” feet. 9-96615 (800-1,600) – Lot 2346

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2347

CHINESE CHECKERS GAMEBOARD WITH ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS.

Circa early 20th century, American. Wood. Ex-Selby Shaver Collection. Original paint with original typewritten instructions, on paper, glued to backside. Bright seven color polychrome decoration. Laminated wood with applied mitered pine frame. SIZE: 17″ square. CONDITION: Very good condition, minor abrasions. 9-96611 (200-500) – Lot 2347

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2348

CHINESE CHECKERS GAMEBOARD.

Circa early 20th century, American. Wood, original paint. Bright six color polychrome decoration, with unusual double circle background. Laminated wood with applied, mitered pine frame. SIZE: 17″ square. PROVENANCE: Ex-Selby Shaver Collection. CONDITION: Very good condition, minor surface soiling and age checking to playing surface. 9-96610 (200-500) – Lot 2348

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2349

SCENIC DECORATED PARCHEESI GAMEBOARD.

Circa mid 19th century, American. Pine, original paint. Six color polychrome decorated, breadboard ended folding board with “home” area scenic decorated with primitive landscape including house, sailboat on water, mountains, trees, water well. Backside olive green painted. Original brass hinges, thin stock wood. SIZE: 20″ x 21-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good condition, minor surface abrasions. 9-96612 (1,500-3,000) – Lot 2349

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2350

PAINT DECORATED PARCHEESI GAMEBOARD.

Circa mid 19th century, original dry polychrome paint. Fine detail, square nailed folding board, original brass hinges. Interior inscribed for unpainted backgammon game. SIZE: 20″ x 19-1/2″. CONDITION: Good condition, two backside splines absent, moderate age appropriate wear to playing surface, fine patina. 9-96616 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 2350

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2351

PAINTED CHECKERS GAMEBOARD.

Circa mid 19th century, American. Hard pine, original paint. Vibrantly painted, dry surfaces with bold triangular end “home” areas. Pierced hanging hole, thin stock single plank construction. SIZE: 14″ x 30-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, minor surface. 9-96613 (800-1,400) – Lot 2351

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2352

PAINTED PARCHEESI AND CRIBBAGE BOARD.

Early 20th century. American. Finely painted Parcheesi board, in 5 colors, featuring 5 pointed stars at each corner. Painted on thin pine boards with wire hinge mechanism to enable it to be folded. Together with a mid 20th century hand-painted folding cribbage board. SIZE: Parcheesi 18″ x 18″. Cribbage 3-1/2″ x 5″. CONDITION: Very good with chips and wear commensurate with age. 9-25007 (800-1,200) – Lot 2352

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2353

GILT MERCHANTS TRADE SIGN WITH SANDED BLACK BACKGROUND.

Circa late 19th century, New England. Well made in pine, featuring gold lettering and black sanded background. SIZE: 53″ x 7″. CONDITION: All original and untouched with very minor edge abrasions. 9-96636 (600-900) – Lot 2353

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2354

BINGO CALLING BOARD.

Circa late 19th century, American. Pine, original paint. Used as a chalkboard, to write the called numbers, when playing BINGO. Chrome yellow lettering and dividers. Applied mitered frame. SIZE: 30″ x 26″. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, minor surface abrasions. 9-96614 (800-1,800) – Lot 2354

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2355

LARGE MAGIC LANTERN SLIDE COLLECTION.

The lot includes 24 4″ x 7″ metamorphosis wooden slides, 14 4″ x 7″ wooden housed hand-tinted slides, a boxed set of 6 3-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ fable themed cartoon slides, one 4-1/2″ x 7″ crank illusion wood housed slide, and 20 thin approx 1-1/2″ x 6″ slides with four images. SIZE: As indicated above. CONDITION: One thin slide broken, one wood cased slide damaged, otherwise very good. 9-25004 (800-1,200) – Lot 2355

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2356
Revised: 1/27/2015

Please note: The consignor believes this to be mid-19th century, not early early 20th century.

RARE FIGURAL CAST IRON CORK PRESS.

Early 20th century. Cast as an alligator with hinged back revealing 3 molds of varying sizes. Feet are drilled for mounting. SIZE: 4″ h x 11″ l. CONDITION: Chips to painted surfaces, otherwise with very good patinated surfaces. 7-75325 (400-600) – Lot 2356

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2357

“HUNTERS NEW LIGHTNING SIFTER AND MIXER”.

19th century. American. Wood and iron, country store or kitchen tool for mixing and sifting with well stenciled body, bearing the stenciled id “Hunters New Lightning Sifter And Mixer, size 000, Made Only By J.H. Day, Cincinnati and New York”. SIZE: 22″ t. CONDITION: Very good, with small amount of wear commensurate with age. 9-96206 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 2357

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2358

VICTORIAN ADVERTISING CARD ALBUM.

Early 20th century. American. Featuring a bound album having 24 pages of ad cards and calling cards, to include an Uncle Sam die cut for Wheatlet Cereal, cards for Quaker Bitters, Hoyt’s German Cologne, Warner Safe, together with a collection of 12 loose period greeting cards. SIZE: Album 11″ x 9″ t. CONDITION: Very good, some stains and a couple cards missing from album. 9-94892 (300-400) – Lot 2358

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2359
Revised: 1/21/2015

Please note: The title should read “RARE COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN HAIR JEWELRY AND FAMILY CELEBRATION WREATH WITH FAMILY PROVENANCE”, instead of MEMORIAL WREATH. Also, all were made by Cora Brown, and won a 1st place ribbon.

RARE COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN HAIR JEWELRY AND MEMORIAL WREATH WITH FAMILY PROVENANCE.

Mid 19th century. American. Featuring an oval walnut shadow box, with memorial display centered by multicolored woven human hair flowers surrounded with a horseshoe shaped wreath with colorful chenille flowers. Also with a collection of fine woven hair jewelry, to include; a rare charm bracelet with gold filled attachments featuring a finely crafted birdcage with woven hair interior. A pair of cuff bracelets made with woven and braided hair ropes, having gold filled clasps. A woven hair necklace with drops, having gold filled embellishments. A Lady’s neck chain for holding a watch. 2 pair of earrings and a gold and hair pendant drop and 2 gold and hair bracelet clasps with engraving and pierced work “Cora”. Accompanying this lot is an original receipt from 1876, “To Miss Cora Brown”, “To A. Blocklinger, Dr., Manufacturer Of Hair Jewelry and Human Hair Goods, 313 Washington Street”. Also includes sketches and notes with instructions for the construction of hair jewelry. SIZE: Shadowbox 31″ x 27″ x 4″. CONDITION: Shadowbox, missing glass, artwork intact with tears to paper background. Jewelry, good to very good. 9-94536 (500-700) – Lot 2359

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2360

VICTORIAN HOUSE MODEL ON STAND WITH DOLL CAROUSEL.

2nd half 19th century. Featuring a finely crafted mansard roof Victorian building with balustrade top, and spindled fence surround. The house is embellished with carved porch posts with decorative elements, bowed side windows, and glass around, the interior with a carousel fitted with two Victorian China Dolls all supported by a spool table base to conceal the mechanism for the carousel. The entire piece with original 3 color painted surface. SIZE: Overall 52″ h. Building 22″ h. Overall 22″ d. 30″ w. CONDITION: Very good overall, minor paint wear commensurate with age, carousel now fitted with two dolls apparently originally would have been more, one china doll with losses. 9-94531 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 2360

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2361

CARVED AND PAINTED FOLK-ART PARROT ON A PERCH.

Late 19th century, New England. Colorful carved bird of perch, original vibrant polychrome paint. Nicely detailed carved parrot on yellow and green perch, with stepped base. SIZE: 11″ t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition. 9-96370 (500-800) – Lot 2361

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2362

CARVED MAN, BLACK AMERICANA.

Early 20th century, American. Maple, original paint. Full bodied, freestanding relief carving well detailed primitive form. The figure with exaggerated facial features, wearing a suit with carved collar and pockets. Having relief striped tie and carved belt. His pants retain pronounced chisel marks, detail consistent with African-American immigrant carvers SIZE: 30″ t. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition. 9-96424 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 2362

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2363

PAIR HORSE HITCHING POSTS.

Late 19th century. American. Fine pair of wall mounted Horse Hitching Posts. Original paint. Full bodied 3-piece casting, with swivel ring tie. The horse head with mane having oak leaf, acorn surround. SIZE: 11″ t. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition, minor paint wear. 9-96359 (800-1,200) – Lot 2363

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2364

GOTHIC REVIVAL WROUGHT AND CAST IRON HEARTH EQUIPMENT.

Early 20th century, American. 2 sets of andirons and tools. 1) pair of scrolling dragon andirons joined by chain at the mouth accompanied by a similar tool holder with dragon head crest and claw foot supports together with tongs, shovel and poker. 2)Pair of ball top andirons within square shaft and scrolled feet, large ring attached to each andiron, joined by removable bar accompanied by shovel, tongs and unusual hook and hammer poker. SIZE: 1) Andirons: 26″ h, Tool stand: 41-1/2″ h. 2) Andirons: 28-1/2″ h, Bar: 48″ l. CONDITION: Very good overall, losses to paint on surfaces through normal wear and use. Dogs are solid. 9-96449 (600-800) – Lot 2364

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2365

VERY RARE GUNSLINGER COWBOY ANDIRONS.

Circa first quarter of the 20th century, American. Cast iron, original surface. Depicted with bowed legs ready to draw his guns, nicely detailed 1/2 round solid castings, log dogs intact, original brass nuts & bolts. SIZE: 19″ t. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, unused condition, this original paint, mostly obscured by lightly oxidized surfaces. 9-96632 (3,000-6,000) – Lot 2365

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2366

CAST IRON GREYHOUND ANDIRONS.

Circa early 20th century, American. Cast iron, original surface. Graphic 1/2 round hollow casting, with original dovetailed log dogs. SIZE: 17-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, lightly used condition, thin original paint, mostly obscured by lightly oxidized surfaces. 9-96633 (600-1,200) – Lot 2366

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2367

CAST IRON LEAPING FISH ANDIRONS.

First quarter of the 20th century, MO. Cast iron, Liberty Foundry, St. Louis, MO. Marked “Liberty” on backsides. Original finish. 1/2 round hollow casting with original log dogs, screws and nuts. SIZE: 12-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Very good untouched condition, lightly used condition, thin original paint, mostly obscured by lightly oxidized surfaces. 9-96634 (500-1,000) – Lot 2367

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2368

PAIR OF LEAPING GAME FISH CAST IRON ANDIRONS.

Well modeled in cast iron, opposing figures of leaping fish with open mouths, having stylized splashing wake bases. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good with replaced firedogs and new attachment bolts. 7-75323 (200-300) – Lot 2368

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2369
Revised: 1/21/2015

Typographical error: The title states “4 WWII MILITARY POSTERS”, which is incorrect. It should read “4 WWI MILITARY POSTERS”.

4 WWII MILITARY POSTERS.

1) “Keep’em Smiling!”, artist signed M. Leone Bracker 1918, featuring and image of 3 military men. 2) “Oh Boy! That’s the Girl!”, published by Sackett & Wilhelms Corporation N.Y., featuring image of “The Salvation Army Lassie”. 3) “Save From Your Child From Autocracy And Poverty”, artist signature Herbert Paus, published by United States Printing and Lithograph, Co., featuring image of child with hand and torch of Lady Liberty. 4) “United Behind the Service Star” artist signed Ernest Hamlin Baker, published by Carey Print Lith. N.Y., featuring color guard from various organizations. All 4 posters shrink wrapped on foam core. SIZE: 1) 42″ x 28″. 2) 40″ x 30″. 3) 40″ x 30″. 4) 40″ x 28″. CONDITION: 1) Very good, with minor wrinkles in upper right. 2) Fair, with damage, losses, wrinkles and stains along right edge. 3) Very good, with some fly damage and small amount of stain. 4) Very good, minor edge wrinkling and small tears. 9-96489 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2369

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2370

17 WWI AGRICULTURE RELATED POSTERS AND BROADSIDES.

1) “Little Americans Do Your Bit”, artist signed Cushman Parker, issued for the United States Food Administration, featuring a child saluting and a bowl of oatmeal. 2) “Why Loyal Americans Are Keeping The Pledge”, issued for the United States Food Administration, featuring text and 2 shield and wheat emblems. 3) “Join The Home Garden Club”, signed H.B. Endicott, Food Administration, published by Allied Printing, N.Y., featuring a sketch of a basket of vegetables. 4) “Sugar Means Ships”, artist signed E. Fuhr, published by The Carey Printing Company, N.Y., featuring a sketch of a woman with a cup and a straw. 5) “Your Sugar Ration Is 2lbs. Per Month”, issued for the U.S. Food Administration, published by The Carey Printing Company, N.Y., featuring a sketch of sugar ration sizes. 6) “Hunger”, artist signed Raleigh, issued for the United States Food Administration, featuring a sketch of a Mother and children. 7) “Thrift And Economy”, issued for the Council Of National Defense, text with red, white and blue border. 8) “Woman’s Land Army Of America”, text with tipped in print titled “The Gleaners”, published by Nat. Art Co., N.Y. 9) “Heroic Women Of France”, issued for The United States Food Administration, published by Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co., N.Y., featuring image of 3 woman plowing a field. 10) “Farm Help”, issued for the U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Department of Labor, text in black and white border. 11) “Grow A Pig” broadside, issued for the Food Production Committee, published by Evans Printing Co., Concord, N.H., text with a pig and bucket. 12) “Do Not Sell Laying Hens”, U.S. Department of Agriculture broadside, featuring photos of a Barred Rock hen and a basket of eggs. 13) “Help Feed Yourself”, issued for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., featuring photographs of gardening, poultry, and canned products. 14) “Produce Infertile Eggs!”, issued by the Secretary of Agriculture, dated 1915, featuring photographs of eggs in different stages of storage. 15) “Help A Farmer”, issued for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., featuring a photograph of a crowd of gentlemen. 16) “Raise More Poultry”, issued for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry, Washington, D.C., featuring photographs of poultry farming. 17) “Special Appeal To Farmer Patriots”, issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, featuring 4 photos of farm life. All 17 posters are shrink wrapped with a foam core. SIZE: 1) 21″ x 14″. 2) 30-1/4″ x 20″. 3) 30″ x 20″. 4) 15-1/2″ x 19″. 5) 15″ x 20″. 6) 29″ x 20-1/4″. 7) 16″ x 21″. 8) 28 1/4″ x 22-1/4″. 9) 22″ x 14″. 10) 24-1/4″ x 16-1/4″. 11) 21-1/4″ x 14-3/4″. 12) 24″ x 16″. 13) 24″ x 16″. 14) 20-1/2″ x 15″. 15) 28″ x 16″. 16) 28″ x 16″. 17) 31-1/2″ x 16″. CONDITION: 1) Very Good, with slight center fold and light staining at upper corners. 2) Very good, small paper loss in lower left corner and margin, a few wrinkles. 3) Very good, 4 tack holes, lower corners with small paper loss, light staining at bottom edge, 1-1/2″ tear at top margin. 4) Good, paper loss at corners, vertical folds. 5) Very good, light stain at top edge, few minor wrinkles. 6) Very good, 4 small tack holes and few minor wrinkles. 7) Good, with ink stain at top left corner and small paper loss lower right corner. 8) Very good, minor paper loss upper right corner, light wrinkles, light stain on left margin edge. 9) Very good, light staining upper right margin and right side margin, small paper loss upper right corner. 10) Very good, tack holes at top corners, minor fly spotting, small paper loss to upper corners. 11) Very good, very minor fly spotting. 12) Very good. 13) Very good. 14) Very good. 15) Very good. 16) Very good, minor horizontal folds. 17) Very good. 9-96508 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 2370

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2371

11 WWI WOODROW WILSON RELATED TOPIC POSTERS.

1) “Farmers! Housewives! Children!” stamped H.N. Wells, County Agri. Agent, Claremont, N.H., issued for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, text with photographs of farming operations. 2) “Your President And Your Governor Endorse The Children’s Year” issued for Woman’s Committee, Connecticut State Council of Defense, published by Calhoun Show Print, Hartford, Conn., images of 2 letters 1 from White house signed Woodrow Wilson, 1 from State of Connecticut signed Marcus H. Holcomb. 3) “President Wilson To The People Of The United States” image of a letter from the president, stamped “Bulletin” with 2 Liberty Bond emblems in lower corners. 4) “The Supreme Test Of The Nation Has Come” quote by Woodrow Wilson, with red, white and blue border and shields in each corner, published by Imperial Wall Paper Co. Glens Falls, N.Y., sponsored by Glens Falls Portland Cement Co., Glens Falls, N.Y. 5) “President Wilson’s Great Message” published by Lawrens & Beardsley, Publishers, 8 Reade Street, New York, text from President Wilson with portrait and flags. 6) “President Wilson’s Memorial Day Proclamation” text from President Wilson with portrait and bunting. 7) “Alsace-Lorraine” featuring text from Woodrow Wilson and photo of the image “Elle Attend”, published by Alco-Gravure, INC., N.Y. 8) “I Summon You To The Comradeship” artist signed Mielziner, sketch of Woodrow Wilson, published by The U.S. Prtg. & Lith. Co., N.Y. 9) “An Appeal To All Our Patriotic People” published by Printwell Printing Company, Portland, featuring photos of Woodrow Wilson, Maine Govenor Milliken, and Secretary of Treasury. 10) “Alsace-Lorraine” featuring text from Woodrow Wilson and photo of the image “Elle Attend”, published by Alco-Gravure, INC., N.Y. All 10 pieces are shrink wrapped on a foam core. 11) “Children’s Year, A letter from President Wilson” Issued by Government Printing Office 1918, featuring a letter to the secretary of labor, with red, white and blue border. SIZE: 1) 30″ x 21″. 2) 28-1/2″ x 21″. 3) 32″ x 22″. 4) 21″ x 19-1/2″. 5) 24″ x 19″. 6) 24″ x 19″. 7) 24″ X 16-1/2″. 8) 27-1/2″ x 20″. 9) 42″ x 28″. 10) 49″ x 34″. 11) 21″ x 16″. CONDITION: 1) Very good, minor wrinkles, minor stains on left margin and edge. 2) Very good, small paper loss on right margin. 3) Very good, minor stains. 4) Good, damages to center, fly damage, loss to upper left corner and other abraisions. 5) Very good, small paper loss at upper right corner. 6) Good, paper loss in upper right corner, long tear in upper left corner. 7) Very good. 8) Very good. 9) Very good, fly spotting, horizontal fold. 10) Good, some edge tears and damage. 11) Good, with loss to lower left corner. 9-96501 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 2371

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2372

7 WWI RED CROSS POSTERS.

1) “The Red Cross is Spending 10 Million Dollars a Year”, published by American Lithographic Co., N.Y., featuring the image of a wounded soldier. 2) “Ten Million New Members by Christmas”, signed by the artist L.N. Britton, featuring the image of a window at Christmas time. 3) “10,000,000 Members by Christmas”, featuring the image of a Christmas candle in the window. 4) “Answer the Red Cross”, artist Ray Greenleaf, copyright 1918, American Red Cross, published by Niagra Litho. Co., featuring the image of a snowy cottage. 5) “Think What You Can Afford to Give”, issued by Second War Fund. 6) “Read These Facts, about you American Red Cross.” 7) “Help!”, signed by artist John Mills, featuring the image of a Red Cross worker and a wounded soldier. All 7 posters shrink wrapped on foam core. SIZE: 1) 30″ x 20″. 2) 30″ x 20″. 3) 30″ x 20″. 4) 30″ x 20″. 5) 27-1/2″ x 20-1/2″. 6) 28-1/2″ x 21″. 7) 27-3/4″ x 21-3/4″. CONDITION: 1) Very good, with minor edge damage and small loss to upper left corner. 2) Very good with minor stains in margins. 3) Very good. 4) Very good. 5) Good with minor tears on edges including one that is 1/2″ into image. 6) Very good. 7) Fair, stains in margin, small stain in upper right corner of image, loss to margin at top left and bottom. 9-96470 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2372

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2373

6 WWI WAR INDUSTRY POSTERS.

1) “Make Every Minute Count for Pershing”, artist signed Adolph Treidler, issued by the publications section, Emergency Fleet Corporation, Philadelphia, featuring an image of worker riveting the hull of a boat. 2) “The Wings of Victory”, published by the Boston Post “The Boston Post Requests That You Hang This Up in Your Factory Or Work Shop”, featuring image of bi-planes. 3) “The Ship of Democracy”, published by the Boston Post “The Boston Post Requests That You Hang This Up in Your Factory Or Work Shop”, featuring an image of a battleship. 4) “To Everyone In This Plant”, Published by Thomas – Ellis Co. Baltimore – N.Y., signed by the artist L.N. Britton, “Issued by Publications Section, Emergency Fleet Corporation, Philadelphia” featuring image of ship yard. 5) “The Ships are Coming”, Published by Thomas – Ellis Co. Baltimore – N.Y., signed by artist Adolph Treidler, featuring an image of battleship. 6) “Emergency Fleet Bulletin”, published by the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation, laid out simulating a newspaper page with battleships. All 6 posters shrink wrapped on foam core. SIZE: 1) 28″ x 22″. 2) 25″ x 20″. 3) 25″ x 20″. 4) 24″ x 18″. 5) 25″ x 19″. 6) 25″ x 19″. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very good, few minor creases and minor staining. 3) Very good, few minor creases and minor staining. 4) Very good, minor crease, slight toning. 5) Very good, very minor toning. 6) Very good, minor creases. 9-96468 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2373

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2374

SIX WWI WAR STAMPS AND BONDS POSTERS AND ONE SIDE BANNER.

1) “Halt the Hun!”, artist signed Raleigh, published by Edwards & Deutch Litho. Co., Chicago. Image of a Dough Boy rescuing a victim from a German Soldier. 2) “We Depend on You, Second Liberty Loan”, featuring the image of a sailor and soldier with American Flag. Published by Edwards & Deutch Litho. Co., Chicago. 3) “The Hun – His Mark, Blot it Out”, artist signed J. Allen St. John, published by Manz Engraving Co., Chicago. 4) “Buy War Savings Stamps”, Prize Poster, Rhode Island War Savings Contest, featuring the silhouette image of marching Dough Boys. 5) “Our Boys in Blue”, identified as Schulte Cigar Stores Thrift Stamp Series – Poster 5, featuring 4 navy seaman at attention. 6) “Army Shoes”, identified as Schulte Cigar Stores Thrift Stamp Series – Poster 1, featuring image of soldiers army boots and gaiters. 7) Die cut side banner, “War Savings Stamps”, published by Parker-Brawner Co., Wash D.C., featuring a Bald Eagle. All 6 posters and banner shrink wrapped on a foam core. SIZE: 1) 29-1/2″ x 20″. 2) 30″ x 20″. 3) 30″ x 20″. 4) 28″ x 20″. 5) 29″ x 21″. 6) 29″ x 21″. 7) 29″ x 10-1/2″. CONDITION: 1) Very good, minor loss to top edge. 2) Good, with minor folds, tack holes, small tear in upper right, and overall fly spots. 3) Very good. 4) Good, with wrinkled corners and tack holes with losses. 5) Very good, with minor folds in margin and slight loss lower right corner. 6) Very good, with minor folds to lower left corner. 7) Very good. 9-96471 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2374

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2375

FIVE WWI SAVINGS STAMP POSTERS.

1) “Save Your Child From Autocracy And Poverty”, artist signed Herbert Paus, published by United States Printing and Lithograph Co., featuring a child with Lady Liberty’s Torch. 2) “Joan of Arc Saved France”, published by United States Printing and Lithograph Co., signed by Haskell Coffin, featuring the image of Joan of Arc in armor. 3) “Help Him Win By Saving And Serving”, Copyright 1918 by American Lithographic Co., image of General Pershing with children. 4) “Keep Him Free”, Signed by the artist Charles Livingston Bull, published by Ketterlinus, Phila., image of an American eagle with bi-planes. 5) “June 28th is National War Savings Day”, featuring an image of an eagle, a city and a steam ship, printed by Government Printing Office. All 5 posters are shrink wrapped on foam core. SIZE: 1) 30″ x 20″. 2) 30″ x 20″. 3) 30″ x 20″. 4) 30″ x 20″. 5) 32″ x 21″. CONDITION: 1) Good, with small amount of stain and losses in the top margin, small stain on bottom edge, tear on right margin into image 1″. 2) Very good, minor toning in margins. 3) Very good, light staining and very small splits near left margin. 4) Very good, minor stains, with patriotic stamps affixed near top margin. 5) Very good, some stains in margin. 9-96465 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2375

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2376

3 WWI YWCA MILITARY POSTERS.

1) “Soldiers – Sailors”, signed by artist Walter Tittle, published by Rotoprint Gravure Co. N.Y., featuring an image of a soldier and a sailor shaking hands. 2) “Four Year in the Fight”, signed by artist Lucien Jonas, featuring an image of glass workers. 3) “The Girl Reserves”, artist signature Poucher, published by The U.S. Prtg. & Lith. Co., N.Y., featuring a rare image of a girl playing basketball. All 3 posters are shrink wrapped on a foam core. SIZE: 1) 38″ x 28″. 2) 42″ x 28″. 3) 28″ x 21″. CONDITION: 1) Very good, light stain on bottom margin, slight wrinkling at edges. 2) Fair, very good with exception to large loss at upper right corner. 3) Very good with minor staining along bottom edge. 9-96466 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2376

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2377

7 WWI MILITARY POSTERS.

1) “Make 1918 The Greatest Year In History” published by The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, Cleveland, and New York, featuring patriotic images and rainbow. 2) “Freedom For All Forever” featuring Liberty Bonds information in 20 languages. 3) “The A.E.F. To The President” sketch by C. LeRoy Baldridge Pvt., Inf. on duty with The Stars And Stripes Official publication of the A.E.F., published by Robert Gair Company, Brooklyn, N.Y., with image of soldier. 4) “To The Folks Back Home” sketch by C. LeRoy Baldridge Pvt., Inf., image of a soldier. 5) “Make 1918 The Greatest Year In History” published by The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, Cleveland, and New York, featuring patriotic images and rainbow. 6) “He Is Fighting For You What Are You Doing?” featuring image of soldier and text suggesting what equipment can be purchased with war stamps. 7) “United States of America War Savings Stamps” red, white and blue poster. All 7 pieces are shrink wrapped on a foam core. SIZE: 1) 38″ x 25″. 2) 28″ x 22″. 3) 30″ x 20″. 4) 30″ x 20″. 5) 19″ x 12-1/2″. 6) 21″ x 14″. 7) 21-1/2″ x 14″. CONDITION: 1) Very good, minor toning around edges. 2) Very good, with minor stains and fold in lower left corner. 3) Very good. 4) Very good. 5) Very good, minor fold lower left corner. 6) Very good. 7) Very good. 9-96507 (800-1,200) – Lot 2377

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2378

4 YWCA POSTERS.

1) “Four Year In The Fight”, artist signed Lucien Jonas, featuring women glass blowers. 2) “Y.W.C.A” in blue logo. 3) “For Every Fighter a Woman Worker”, artist signed by Adolph Treidler, published by American Lithographic Co. N.Y., featuring a woman holding a bi-plane and artillery shell. 4) “Y.W.C.A” prepared by C.S. Hammond & Company, INC., Engravers, Printers and Publishers. – New York, City, Map of the United States Showing Y.W.C.A. war work centers. All 4 posters shrink wrapped on foam core. SIZE: 1) 42″ x 28″. 2) 23″ x 16-1/2″. 3) 40″ x 30″. 4) 27-1/2″ x 38″. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very good. 3) Very good, with wrinkles around edge. 4) Very good, with minor wrinkles. 9-96503 (800-1,200) – Lot 2378

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2379

6 WWI MILITARY POSTERS, BROADSIDES, AND PHOTOGRAPHS.

1) “Marshal Ferdinand Foch” sepia tone portrait photographic print, by Alco-Gravure. Inc., N.Y. 2) “He Did His Duty” Marine recruitment broadside, Boston, M.A., featuring portrait of Admiral George Dewey. 3) “L’Italia” with a stylized portrait of General Count Luigi Cadorna, signed by the artist Illion, published by Latham Litho. Co., N.Y., text in Italian. 4) “Kosciuszko Pulawski” artist signed by Illion, featuring a portrait of Kosciuszko famous for assisting the colonial army in the American Revolution, text in Polish, published by Latham Litho. Co., N.Y. 5) “Cardinal Mercier” artist signed Illion, published by Latham Litho. Co., N.Y., featuring an image of Belgian Cardinal Mercier well known for his resistance to the German occupation. 6) “Give Or We Parish” artist signed W.T. Benda, published by Alco-Gravure Inc., N.Y., featuring the image of a beautiful immigrant girl. SIZE: 1) 21″ x 15-3/4″. 2) 28″ x 21″. 3) 28″ x 20-1/2″. 4) 28″ x 20-3/4″. 5) 28″ x 20-3/4″. 6) 33″ x 22″. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very good, fly spotting, small hole and tears near tack holes. 3) Very good. 4) Very good. 5) Very good, minor loss to lower left corner, minor stains. 6) Very good, with folds evident. 9-96497 (800-1,200) – Lot 2379

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2380

MISCELLANEOUS GROUP OF 9 WWI POSTERS.

1) “To-Day Buy That Liberty Bond” featuring image of rising sun. 2) “Help Stop This – Buy W.S.S.”, featuring image of German soldier, issued for National War Savings Committee. 3) “Buy To-Day At Any Bank” Liberty Bonds poster, featuring image of a target in red. 4) “Give Your Little Ones An Interest In The Future” published by Liberty Loan Committee, featuring the image of a father and child by the Statue Of Liberty, signed by artist Richards, affixed to this lot is a Third Liberty Loan Volunteer pin back button. 5) “Keep The Home Fires Burning” published for the Liberty Loan Committee, N.Y., featuring image of a town at night, signed by the artist Balfour Ker. 6) “The United States Has Never Been Defeated – Lloyd George” copyright 1918 by I.R. Parsons, Chicago, featuring the image of German officers. 7) “Our First Great Victory Must Be Won At Home” artist signed C.D. Gibson, issued for the Liberty Loan Committee, featuring image of a gentleman holding a Liberty Bond. 8) “Here Sir, At Your Service” artist monogram MC, published by The Manternach Company, featuring image of potato figure with tray of cooked potatoes. 9) “America’s Second Line Of Defense Girls In Wartime” red, white and blue military poster. All 9 pieces are shrink wrapped on a foam core. SIZE: 1) 28″ x 22″. 2) 16-3/4″ x 10-3/4″. 3) 28″ x 22-1/2″. 4) 24″ x 19″. 5) 25″ x 19″. 6) 24″ x 18″. 7) 25″ x 19″. 8) 22″ x 14″. 9) 22″ x 14″. CONDITION: 1) Good, minor tears. 2) Very good. 3) Very good, minor tears. 4) Good, with minor tears ans losses around edge, minor stain where button was attached. 5) Good, with edge losses and tears. 6) Very good, with tack holes and folds. 7) Very good, 2″ tear near bottom and minor loss to right edge. 8) Very good. 9) Very good. 9-96496 (800-1,200) – Lot 2380

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2381

4 YWCA WWI MILITARY POSTERS.

1) “Four Years In The Fight”, artist signed Lucien Jonas, published by The Strobridge Litho. Co., Cincinnati, featuring female glass blowers. 2) “Y.W.C.A”, featuring the logo in blue. 3) “Ain’t it a Grand And Glorious Feelin’?”, Briggs cartoon from the New York Tribune. 4) “Back Our Girls Over There”, signed Clarence F. Underwood, featuring colorful image of a female dispatch operator with dough boys in the background. All 4 posters shrink wrapped on foam core. SIZE: 1) 42-1/2″ x 28″. 2) 35-1/2″ x 32-1/2″. 3) 14″ x 22″. 4) 28″ x 21″. CONDITION: 1) Good, losses to upper right and lower left margins. 2) Good, was folded and has creases. 3) Very good. 4) Very good, with damage to right edge. 9-96478 (800-1,200) – Lot 2381

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2382

7 WWI BONDS AND STAMPS POSTERS.

1) “Fighting in France for Freedom!”, signed by artist R.J. Walrath, issued for Connecticut State Council of Defense, featuring a map of France. 2) “Buy – Save – for Victory”, published by Government Printing Office. 3) “Tired of Giving”, signed by artist J.N. Ding, published by Allied Printing N.Y. City, featuring image of war victims. 4) “To-Day Buy That Liberty Bond”, featuring an image of a rising sun. 5) “The American’s Creed”, for Liberty Loan Committee of New England. 6) “V – Invest”, red background. 7) “Remember and Invest”, signed by artist J.M.H., published by Sackett & Wilhelm Corp. N.Y., featuring image of Roman soldier. All 7 posters shrink wrapped on a foam core. SIZE: 1) 16″ x 19″. 2) 24″ x 17″. 3) 25-1/4″ x 19″. 4) 22″ x 14″. 5) 22″ x 16″. 6) 24-1/4″ x 24″. 7) 30″ x 20″. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very good. 3) Very good, small folds at top and 4 tack holes. 4) Very good with some color loss. 5) Very good, slight wrinkling. 6) Good with some wrinkling. 7) Very good, very small tear in left margin. 9-96464 (800-1,200) – Lot 2382

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2383

SIX WWI UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATION POSTERS.

1) “Sir Don’t Waste While Your Wife Saves”, published by W.F. Powers Co. Litho N.Y., artist William Crawford Young, featuring cartoon image of a wasteful gentleman. 2) “Feed a Fighter”, by the artist Wallace Morgan, published by the Strobridge Lith. Co., Cincinnati, featuring the image of a dough boy with coffee. 3) “Save a Loaf a Week”, published by the W.F. Powers Co. Litho, N.Y., featuring the image of a loaf of bread. 4) “Food”, published by the W.F. Powers Co. Litho, N.Y. 5) “Save”, published by the W.F. Powers Co. Litho, N.Y. 6) “Keep it Coming”, artist signature Illian, published by the W.F. Powers Co. Litho, N.Y., featuring an image of a food convoy. All 6 posters shrink wrapped on a foam core. SIZE: 1) 29″ x 21″. 2) 29″ x 21″. 3) 29″ x 21″. 4) 29″ x 21″. 5) 29″ x 21″. 6) 29″ x 21″. CONDITION: 1) Very good, with minor folds in margins. 2) Very good. 3) Very good, minor fold upper left corner, minor stain upper right corner. 4) Very good, two very short tears on right margin. 5) Very good. 6) Very good, minor folds and stains, 4 tack holes. 9-96469 (800-1,200) – Lot 2383

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2384

MAINE WWI RECRUITING BROADSIDE.

“A Measure Of Maine’s Patriotism”, published by The Furbush Printing Co., Bangor, featuring in blue and red ink the silhouette of a dough boy with his rifle, bayonet affixed. SIZE: 25-1/4″ x 19″. CONDITION: Very good, fly spotting, horizontal and vertical folds, having minor associated wear, 5 labels affixed across top for hanging.. 9-96488-1 (800-1,200) – Lot 2384

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2385

SIX WWI LOAN, BOND, AND STAMP POSTERS.

1) “Provide The Sinews Of War Buy Liberty Bonds”, signed by artist Joseph Pennell. Del, published by Heywood Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co. N.Y., image of a sketch featuring a battle ship and war planes. 2) “Your Stamp of Approval”, signed by artist T.O. Mcgill, featuring image of thrift stamp. 3) “Honor Roll”, published by Regensteiner Colortype Co. Chicago, featuring image of Victory flag and sign up columns. 4) “Ring it Again”, published by Sackett & Wilhelms Corp. N.Y., featuring colonial scene. 5) “Remember the Flag Liberty is supporting”, published by Heywood Strasser & Voigt Litho. Co. N.Y., featuring image of a patriotic family. 6) “Buy Liberty Bonds”, featuring the image of Abraham Lincoln, published by American Lithographic Co. N.Y. All 6 posters shrink wrapped on foam core. SIZE: 1) 20″ x 21″. 2) 22-1/2″ x 17″. 3) 20″ x 20″. 4) 30″ x 20″. 5) 30″ x 20″. 6) 30″ x 20″. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very good. 3) Good, folds and wrinkles. 4) Very good, minor wrinkles lower left corner. 5) Good, with tack hole tears top and bottom. 6) Very good. 9-96477 (800-1,200) – Lot 2385

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2400

FAMILLE ROSE “DRAGON AND PHOENIX” PLATE.

China, 20th c. The plate painted with dragon and phoenix chasing after flaming pearls amidst clouds and other auspicious symbols, bottom bears six character GUANGXU mark. SIZE: 10″ d. CONDITION: Good. 7-75223 (400-600) – Lot 2400

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2401

YUAN BLUE AND WHITE STYLE JAR WITH BEAST HANDLES.

China, 20 c. The blue and white jar in the style in Yuan Dynasty, painted with dragons and with two beast mask handles on the sides. SIZE: 15-3/4″ h CONDITION: Minor firing cracks, some aging discoloration. 7-75614 (300-500) – Lot 2401

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2402

FALANGCAI ENAMELED CUP.

China. The body enameled in Falangcai with duck and poetry motif, side with poetry and artist mark. SIZE: 1-3/4″ h x 2″ d CONDITION: Good. 7-75369 (400-600) – Lot 2402

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2403

LARGE BLUE AND WHITE MOONFLASK.

China, 20th c. Of flattened ovoid form, the large moonflask painted with peony flowers and peach patterns, with two floral patterned handles on the side, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 20-1/2″ h x 15″ w CONDITION: Good. 7-75580 (300-500) – Lot 2403

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2404

FLAMBE GLAZED VASE.

China, 20th c. Of curved rectangular form with bulbous body, the vase glazed in flambe, with two rectangular lugnut handles on the side, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 11-7/8″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75606 (300-500) – Lot 2404

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2405

BLUE AND WHITE “SHOU” BOWL.

China, 20th c. The large blue and white bowl painted with theme of longevity, with Shou character, Eight Treasures, and other auspicious items surrounding them, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 7-3/8″ d x 4″ h. CONDITION: Good. 7-75603 (300-500) – Lot 2405

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2406

FAMILLE VERTE VASE.

China, 20th c. Of baluster form, the body depicts mother and children playing in garden setting. SIZE: 17″ h CONDITION: Some discoloration. 7-75613 (300-500) – Lot 2406

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2407

UNDERGLAZED RED VASE.

China, 20th c. Of rectangular shape in the form of archaic vessel, the body underglazed red with open panels of auspicious items, the bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 9-1/4″ h CONDITION: Neck has imperfect burn mark. 7-75600 (200-300) – Lot 2407

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2408

CELADON CRACKLE VASE.

China, 20th c. In the design of archaic vessel, the flattened vase glazed overall in celadon and crackle patterns, the bottom with six character mark. SIZE: 11-5/8″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75610 (200-300) – Lot 2408

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2409

MING STYLE BLUE AND WHITE PLATE.

China, 20th c. Blue and white plate in Ming Style, with lotus flowers in the interior, the bottom remain unglazed. SIZE: 12-3/4″ d CONDITION: Good. 7-75595 (200-300) – Lot 2409

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2410

MING STYLE BLUE AND WHITE PLANTER.

China, 20th c. The Ming Dynasty style blue and white planter painted on the body with flower scroll patterns, the top with four round openings and one rectangular opening, the bottom unglazed. SIZE: 8-1/2″ d x 4-1/8″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75599 (200-300) – Lot 2410

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2411

BLUE AND WHITE VASE, YUHUCHUN.

China, 20th c. Of pear form with flaring rim, the yuhuchun vase painted with garden scenery with auspicious patterns on top and bottom. SIZE: 11-1/4″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75592 (200-300) – Lot 2411

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2412

QING STYLE FAMILLE ROSE VASE, MEIPING.

China, 20c. The famille rose vase depicts the theme of 100 children, bottom with six character mark. SIZE: 10″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75589 (200-300) – Lot 2412

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2413

GREEN GLAZED AND RIBBED VASE.

China, 20th c. Of ovoid form with ribbed body, the vase has small opening, and is glazed overall in green, bottom with four character mark. SIZE: 9″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75594 (200-300) – Lot 2413

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2414

YUAN STYLE BLUE AND WHITE EWER.

China. The blue and white ewer in Yuan Dynasty period design, with phoenix motif. SIZE: 9-1/4″ h CONDITION: Discoloration. 7-75591 (200-300) – Lot 2414

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2415

GUAN STYLE TRIPOD CENSER.

China, 20th c. The tripod censer is of Guan style, with uprising handles and compressed body, glazed in greyish-white and crackle pattern, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 3-3/4″ w x 3″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75602 (200-300) – Lot 2415

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2416

GLAZED PORCELAIN PARROT FIGURE.

China, 20th c. The porcelain parrot glazed in green and other bright colors, the interior shallow and unglazed. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h CONDITION: Slight discoloration. 7-75233 (200-300) – Lot 2416

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2417

THREE PORCELAIN BOWLS.

China, 20th c. The three porcelain bowls each with different design, paint, and theme, two bowls with six character mark on bottom, and one bowl with four character mark on bottom. SIZE: 3-3/4″ d to 5-1/4″ d CONDITION: One bowl with crack on the edge with hairline extending slightly. 7-75273 (200-300) – Lot 2417

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2418

RED GLAZED GOURD BOTTLE VASE.

China, 20th c. Of double gourd form, the bottle vase glazed in red with discoloration, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 8-1/4″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75257 (200-300) – Lot 2418

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2419

BLUE AND WHITE JAR.

China, 20th c. The round jar depicts children engaged in different activities within garden setting, surrounded by birds and flowers. SIZE: 9″ h x 11″ d CONDITION: Generally good. 7-75306 (200-300) – Lot 2419

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2420

PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE BOWLS.

China, 20th c. The pair of famille rose bowls enameled with flowers, branches, and vines on the exterior and interior, the bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 4-1/2″ d x 2″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75299 (200-300) – Lot 2420

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2421

PAIR OF DOUCAI BOWLS.

China, 20th c. The pair of small bowls in the motif of blossoming flowers on the exterior and center, the bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 4-1/4″ d x 2″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75300 (200-300) – Lot 2421

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2422

DOUCAI BOWL.

China, 20th c. Of tapering form with flared rim, the doucai bowl enameled with flowers and vines on the body, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 6″ d, 2-3/4″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75298 (200-300) – Lot 2422

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2423

PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE BOWLS.

China, 20th c. The pair of bowls painted with Eight Immortals on the exterior and elder with crane in the center, bottom with double rings. SIZE: 5-3/4″ d x 2-5/8″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75297 (200-300) – Lot 2423

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2424

YELLOW GROUND DRAGONS CHARGER.

China, 20th c. The large charger with dragons and flowers motif on top of yellow ground, bottom bears six characters mark. SIZE: 14-1/4″ d CONDITION: Good. 7-75293 (200-300) – Lot 2424

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2425

PAIR OF UNDERGLAZED RED BOWLS.

China, 20th c. The pair of underglazed red bowls depicts Eight Immortals traveling above ocean, the center with lotus flower, bottom with six character mark. SIZE: 4-1/2″ d x 2″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75294 (200-300) – Lot 2425

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2426

BLUE AND WHITE CRACKLE PATTERN VASE.

China, 20th c. The large blue and white vase painted with phoenix birds amidst flowers scenery against crackle patterns, the neck attached with two lion mask and looped handles. SIZE: 16-3/4″ h CONDITION: Generally good. 7-75291 (200-300) – Lot 2426

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2427

PORCELAIN GUANYIN FIGURE.

China, 20th c. The figure depicts the Guanyin seated on top of a rock, one hand holding a fruit and the other hand at chest level, eyes downcast, body partially glazed. SIZE: 14-3/4″ h CONDITION: Some wear and loss of glaze. 7-75277 (200-300) – Lot 2427

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2428

BLUE AND WHITE SMALL ROULEAU VASE.

China, 20th c. The blue and white rouleau vase painted with family and their attendants in outdoor setting, with patterns on neck and rim. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75295 (100-150) – Lot 2428

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2429

FAMILLE ROSE JAR WITH COVER.

China, 20th c. Of globular form, the jar’s body enameled with 100 treasures in garden setting. SIZE: 10″ h x 9″ d CONDITION: Some chips. 7-75228 (200-300) – Lot 2429

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2430

PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN HAT STANDS LAMPS.

China, 19/20th c. The pair of porcelain hat stands depicts birds and flowers with Chinese calligraphy, converted to lamps. SIZE: Hat Stand: 10-1/4″ h With Lamp: 21-1/2″ h CONDITION: Generally good. 9-96265 (300-500) – Lot 2430

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2431

BRONZE VASE FITTED AS LAMP.

China, 19th c. The vase of elongated form, the shoulder with scrolling key-fret, lappet, and S shaped patterns, below beast mask and looped handles, the vase re-fitted as lamp. SIZE: Vase: 17-1/2″ h CONDITION: Age related wear. 9-94784 (300-400) – Lot 2431

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2432

FRAMED THANGKA, 1930’S.

Tibet, 1930’s. The large framed Thangka drawn on paper, depicting an eight-armed Buddha at center, surrounded by smaller Buddha images. SIZE: 66-1/2″ h x 21-1/2″ w CONDITION: Age related wear, discoloration, and damage. 7-75437 (200-300) – Lot 2432

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2433

SET OF SIX TILES.

Early 20th century, Persia. Depicting a hunt scene in polychrome colors all within an indigo border of scrolling floral vinery. SIZE: Each tile: 14″ x 9-1/2″. CONDITION: Glaze very good. Normal and expected shallow chipping on edges. 7-70309 (400-600) – Lot 2433

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2434

QIAN JIANG CAI ROUND PORCELAIN PLAQUE.

China, 20th c. The large round porcelain plaque enameled with an elder and two attendants, in the process of preparing medicine. Includes box. SIZE: 15-3/4″ d CONDITION: Good. 9-96241 (300-500) – Lot 2434

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2435

CHINESE PORCELAIN PLAQUE.

China, 20th c. The porcelain plaque enameled with mountain, river, and village landscape scenery, colophon and artist mark on the top left. Includes box. SIZE: 21-1/2″ l x 12-1/2″ w CONDITION: Good. 9-96243 (300-500) – Lot 2435

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2436

APPLIQUE AND INLAID WOODEN SCREEN.

China. The applique wooden screen inlaid with semi-precious gems such as jade, nephrite, agate, and coral, decorating in forms of flowers, vases, plants, and elephant. SIZE: 35-1/4″ h x 23″ w CONDITION: Wear, chip, and cracks. 7-75593 (800-1,200) – Lot 2436

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2437

BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PLAQUE.

China, 20th c. The plaque depicts Amitayus seated in an outdoor setting, colophon on top right and seal mark on bottom left. SIZE: 21-1/2″ h x 12-1/2″ w CONDITION: Good. 7-75617 (200-300) – Lot 2437

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2438

PORCELAIN FIGURE OF IMMORTAL.

China, 20th c. The porcelain figure depicts a seated Immortal, dressed in long robes, holding a small cup, and has long beards. Bottom with four character mark. SIZE: 4-1/4″ h x 3-3/4″ w CONDITION: Some discoloration. 7-75349 (250-350) – Lot 2438

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2439

FAMILLE ROSE PLAQUE.

China. The famille rose plaque enameled with three roosters in forest setting looking for food, with poetry calligraphy, artist signature and mark on top left, framed in wood. SIZE: 16-1/2″ l x 10-1/2″ w CONDITION: Generally good. 7-75615 (200-300) – Lot 2439

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2440

KOREAN GINGER JAR.

Korea. The ginger jar with bulbous form, the body depicts landscape with crackle. SIZE: 6-1/2″ h CONDITION: Age related wear and imperfections. 9-96271 (200-300) – Lot 2440

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2441

CARVED STONE BUDDHA HEAD.

The stone carving depicts a head of Buddha, with closed eyes, long earlobes, and serene expressions. SIZE: 7-1/4″ h CONDITION: Age related wear. 9-96677 (300-500) – Lot 2441

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2442

INSCRIBED MARBLE BRUSH WASHER.

China. The square brush washer inscribed on the side with poetry and calligraphy, the body supported by four small L shaped stub legs, the stone retains natural texture and color. SIZE: 5-1/2″ l x 1-1/2″ h CONDITION: Good, slight discoloration. 7-75335 (600-800) – Lot 2442

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2443

PATE SUR PATE BRUSH HOLDER.

China, 20th c. The large brush pot glazed overall in pale green, with butterflies and blossoming flowers on the sides, bottom partially glazed. SIZE: 6-1/4″ h x 7-1/2″ d CONDITION: Good. 7-75608 (300-500) – Lot 2443

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2444

COPPER RED GLAZED WATER COUPE.

China, 20th c. Of globular form, the water coupe glazed in copper red with hint of black, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 3-1/4″ h x 3-1/2″ d CONDITION: Good. 7-75417 (300-500) – Lot 2444

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2445

INK STICK WITH COLOPHON.

China, 20th c. The flattened ovoid shaped ink stick inscribed with colophon and mark on the front, and three character mark on the back. SIZE: 4-1/4″ l x 1-3/8″ w. CONDITION: Good. 7-75333 (400-600) – Lot 2445

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2446

FAMILLE ROSE SQUARE BRUSH POT.

China, 20th c. Of square form, the brush pot enameled with four portraits and names, bottom bears four character mark. SIZE: 4-3/4″ h x 2-3/4″ w CONDITION: Good. 7-75558 (200-300) – Lot 2446

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2447

ROUND AND INSCRIBED INK STICK.

China, 20th c. The ink stick is of compressed round form, the front carved with two dragons and Chinese characters, the back with single character mark and calligraphy on the edge. SIZE: 3-3/8″ d CONDITION: Good. 7-75331 (400-600) – Lot 2447

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2448

PORCELAIN CALLIGRAPHY BRUSH POT.

China, 20th c. The brush pot’s body written with Heart Sutra in Chinese calligraphy, with stamp marks. SIZE: 6-3/8″ h x 5-7/8″ d CONDITION: Generally good. 7-75561 (200-300) – Lot 2448

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2449

FOUR RECTANGULAR INKSTICKS.

China. The four inksticks each with scenery, inscriptions, or animals, all with artist marks. SIZE: 4-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Good. 7-75334 (250-350) – Lot 2449

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2450

DUAN STONE WASHER.

China, 20th c. The stone washer made in the style of lotus leaves. SIZE: 6-1/4″ l x 4-1/2″ w x 2-1/2″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75405 (300-500) – Lot 2450

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2451

SONG HUA INKSTONE.

China. The inkstone made from Song Hua stone, carved in the motif of a fish, opens to a smaller fish shaped inkstone inside. SIZE: Box: 6-3/4″ w Fish: 6-1/4″ w CONDITION: Good. 7-75344 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2451

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2452

FAMILLE VERTE BRUSH POT.

China, 20th c. Of cylindrical form, the brush pot enameled with three warriors in outside setting, bottom with six character mark. SIZE: 5-1/2″ h x 4-3/4″ d CONDITION: Good. 7-75562 (200-300) – Lot 2452

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2453

GUAN STYLE WASHER.

China, 20th c. The shallow washer has flared rim, glazed overall in dark celadon and crackle pattern. SIZE: 5-1/2″ d x 1-3/4″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75347 (200-300) – Lot 2453

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2454

LARGE DRAGON INKSTONE.

China. The large inkstone carved on the surface with dragons chasing flaming sphere, with inscriptions and mark on the sides. SIZE: 11″ l x 7-7/8″ w CONDITION: Good. 7-75616 (200-300) – Lot 2454

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2455

INK STONE BOX.

China, 20th c. The tuan-type ink stone box is of barrel form, with light carving of Shoulao on the top, and four character mark on the base. SIZE: 5″ d x 3-1/4″ h CONDITION: Some are with chip damage, crack, and signs of glue. 7-75576 (200-300) – Lot 2455

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2456

SMALL LOTUS INK STICK.

China, 20th c. The small ink stick with lotus leaves and inscriptions on the body. SIZE: 3-1/2″ l x 1-3/4″ w CONDITION: Generally good. 7-75332 (400-600) – Lot 2456

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2457

CARVED JADE PLAQUE.

China. Of flattened ovoid form, the plaque pierce carved with flying bat, coins, peaches, and other auspicious items, the stone of greyish white. SIZE: 3-7/8″ l x 2-3/4″ w CONDITION: Good. 7-75457 (300-500) – Lot 2457

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2458

WHITE JADE CARP CARVING.

China. The carving depicts carp jumping upwards away from water, the stone of greyish white. SIZE: 2-1/4″ w x 1-5/8″ h. CONDITION: Good. 7-75455 (300-500) – Lot 2458

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2459

FOUR SMALL JADE ORNAMENTS.

China. The group includes four small jade ornaments stringed in a single strand, with small separating beads in between. SIZE: 1/2″ l to 1-1/4″ l. CONDITION: Good. 7-75384 (300-500) – Lot 2459

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2460

TWO CARVED JADE PLAQUES.

China. The two pierce carved jade plaques depicts boys in forest setting, one with domed form and the other with rectangular form. SIZE: 2-3/4″ l x 1-1/4″ w. Plaque 2: 3-1/4″ l x 1-5/8″ w. CONDITION: Good. 7-75553 (200-300) – Lot 2460

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2461

JADE BOY CARVING.

China. The carving depicts a boy prone on the ground while holding lotus leaf, stone of greyish-white. SIZE: 1-5/8″ l. CONDITION: Good. 7-75456 (200-300) – Lot 2461

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2462

JADE MYTHICAL BEAST CARVING.

China. The carving depicts a recumbent mythical beast with lingzhi in its mouth, the stone of greyish-white. SIZE: 2-1/2″ l x 1-5/8″ h. CONDITION: Good. 7-75550 (200-300) – Lot 2462

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2463

CARVED JADE DISC, BI.

China. The round jade disc carved on the exterior with two surmounted mythical beasts, the stone of grey with russet. SIZE: 2-7/8″ l x 2-3/8″ w. CONDITION: Good. 7-75497 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2463

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2464

JADE CARVING OF BAMBOO SHOOT.

China. The carving depicts bamboo shoot with a grasshopper and a small bamboo shoot surmounted on the side, the stone of greyish white with slight russet. SIZE: 3-1/8″ l CONDITION: Good. 7-75529 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 2464

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2465

PAIR OF JADE PIXIU CARVINGS.

China. The pair of jade carvings in the form of Pixiu, the stone of pale white with russet. SIZE: 2-1/8″ h x 1-1/4″ w CONDITION: Good. 7-75524 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2465

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2466

CHICKEN BONE JAR.

China. The jar well carved with dragons chasing flaming sphere over clouds on the exterior, surrounding the round body jar, the stone of yellowish white with russet. SIZE: 4-1/4″ w x 2-1/2″ h CONDITION: Some hairline, cracks, and chips. 7-75500 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2466

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2467

CARVED JADE CHICKEN FIGURE.

China. The figure carved as a rooster resting on the ground, with a hole in the center, the stone of celadon color with slight russet. SIZE: 1-7/8″ l CONDITION: Good. 7-75499 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 2467

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2468

CARVED JADE FAIRY.

China. The jade pierce carved depicting a flying lady fairy, the stone of celadon with slight russet. SIZE: 2-1/4″ l CONDITION: Good. 7-75530 (2,000-2,500) – Lot 2468

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2469

JADE MELON CARVING.

China. The carving in the form of a melon complete with vines, the bottom with a hole, the stone of greyish celadon and russet. SIZE: 1-7/8″ l CONDITION: Good. 7-75487 (2,000-2,500) – Lot 2469

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2470

CARVED JADE GOOSE ORNAMENT.

China. The carving depicts a goose tending its wounds with wrapped cloth, the stone of celadon white with russet. SIZE: 2-1/8″ l x 1-1/2″ w CONDITION: Good. 7-75481 (2,700-3,200) – Lot 2470

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2471

WHITE JADE PLAQUE.

China. The plaque of rectangular shape, one side carved with Li Bai drinking wine on the ground, the other side with Chinese poetry calligraphy, the stone of smooth white with good translucency. SIZE: 1-1/2″ l x 1″ w CONDITION: Good. 7-75521 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 2471

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2472

FOUR JADE CARVINGS.

China. The group includes four archaic design jade, in the form of dragons in flight, the jade with pale to greyish white with russet. SIZE: 2-1/4″ l to 3-7/8″ l. CONDITION: Good. 7-75514 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2472

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2473

CARVED WHITE JADE HORSE ORNAMENT.

China. The ornament depicts a recumbent horse, cleverly carved utilizing the stone skin, the jade of white color. SIZE: 2-1/4″ w x 1-1/4″ d CONDITION: Good. 7-75527 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2473

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2474

CARVED CELADON JADE DOGS.

China. The figure well carved depicting two recumbent dogs, the stone of celadon with some russet. SIZE: 3-3/8″ l CONDITION: Good. 7-75526 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 2474

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2475

CARVED JADE MOUNTAIN.

China. The jade mountain carved an elder and a boy beneath a tree of riches in the mountains, all on top of a carved wooden stand. SIZE: 5″ l x 2-3/4″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75447 (400-600) – Lot 2475

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2476

TWO JADE INSET BRONZE BUCKLE.

China. The two bronze buckles each inset with a jade depicting flying crane with wings spread. SIZE: Jade: 1-3/8″ l x 7/8″ w. CONDITION: Oxidation on bronze. 7-75454 (600-800) – Lot 2476

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2477

CARVED JADE SCABBARD DRAG.

China. Carved in archaic style with mounted chilong dragons, the stone of greyish celadon with russet. SIZE: 3-1/4″ l x 1-7/8″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75446 (400-600) – Lot 2477

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2478

JADE GOOSE CARVING.

China. The carving depicts a resting goose with head on its back, the stone of greyish celadon with russet. SIZE: 1-7/8″ l CONDITION: Good. 7-75382 (350-450) – Lot 2478

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2479

GROUP OF SIX JADE CARVINGS.

China. The lot includes six different jade carvings, including pendants and ornaments of various shapes and themes, one ornament with russet. SIZE: 2″ l to 2 2-3/4″ l CONDITION: Good. 7-75622 (300-500) – Lot 2479

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2480

GROUP OF SIX JADE CARVINGS.

China. The lot includes six different jade carvings, including pendants and ornaments of various shapes and themes. SIZE: 1-7/8″ l to 4″ l CONDITION: Good. 7-75623 (300-500) – Lot 2480

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2481

GROUP OF SIX JADE CARVINGS.

China. The lot includes six different jade carvings, including pendants and ornaments of various shapes and themes. SIZE: 2″ l to 3-1/8″ l CONDITION: Good. 7-75621 (300-500) – Lot 2481

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2482

YELLOW CARVED BOWL.

China. The shallow bowl carved on the exterior with banana leaves, Shou character, and vines, all against yellow ground, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 3-3/8″ d CONDITION: Good. 7-75339 (600-800) – Lot 2482

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2483

BLUE AND WHITE MONK’S HAT POT.

China, 20th c. Of bulbous body with monk’s hat design on top, the pot has a large ear shaped handle and L shaped spout, the body painted with scrolling flowers and characters, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 9-1/4″ h CONDITION: Sign of repair at the bottom of handle. 7-75535 (800-1,200) – Lot 2483

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2484

FAMILLE ROSE VASE, GU.

China, 19th c. Of baluster form with wide flared rim, the body painted with birds perched on flowering trees with flying butterflies. SIZE: 14-5/8″ h CONDITION: Good. 9-96785 (700-900) – Lot 2484

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2485

BLUE AND WHITE VASE WITH HANDLES.

China, 20th C. Of baluster form the vase depicts a magpie in a plum tree, with two elephant mask handles, bottom with six character mark. SIZE: 7-1/2″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75359 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 2485

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2486

BLUE AND WHITE BOTTLE VASE.

China, 20th c. Of globular form, the bottle vase depicts dragons amidst clouds, the neck with scrolling ruyi cloud and lappet patterns, bottom with six character mark. SIZE: 16-1/2″ h x 10″ d CONDITION: Good. 7-75444 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 2486

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2487

LONGQUAN STYLE DISH.

China. Longquan style dish glazed in celadon, the center with two swimming fish. SIZE: 10″ d CONDITION: Chip damage on foot ring, additional chip damage on top of glaze. 7-75471 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 2487

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2488

PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE HUNDRED ANTIQUES VASES.

China, 20th c. The pair of vases depicts Hundred Antiques on the body, the neck with two handles, all against celadon ground. SIZE: 22-3/4″ h CONDITION: Generally good. 7-75582 (300-500) – Lot 2488

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2489

WUCAI FOOTED VASE.

China, 20th c. The vase is of baluster form and enameled with flowers, bottom bears four character mark, includes carved wooden stand. SIZE: 6″ h CONDITION: Generally good. 7-75415 (300-500) – Lot 2489

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2490

SQUARE TURQUOISE FLOWER POT.

China, 20th c. Of tapering square form, the flower pot glazed overall in turquoise blue with weaving patterns, set on top of a bronze stand. SIZE: 6-3/4″ w x 7-5/8″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75422 (300-500) – Lot 2490

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2491

BLUE AND WHITE CYLINDRICAL VASE.

China, 20th c. Of cylindrical form, the vase painted with a rooster in backyard setting, reverse with colophon and mark. SIZE: 7-1/4″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75352 (300-500) – Lot 2491

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2492

FAMILLE JAUNE VASE.

China, 20th c. The large famille jaune vase in square form with cylindrical neck and flared rim, the body enameled with blossoming flowers and butterflies against yellow ground, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 25-1/2″ h CONDITION: Generally good. 7-75290 (300-500) – Lot 2492

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2493

BLUE AND WHITE DOUBLE GOURD VASE.

China, 20th c. The vase in the form of lobated double gourd vase, painted with flowers and vines, bottom unglazed. SIZE: 7-1/8″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75337 (300-500) – Lot 2493

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2494

FAMILLE ROSE SQUARE WINE JAR.

China, 20th c. The body with expanding square, enameled with flowers in open panel, with bridge shaped finial. SIZE: 4-1/2″ h CONDITION: Good. 7-75401 (300-500) – Lot 2494

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2495

FAMILLE ROSE IMMORTALS PLATE.

China, 20th c. The famille rose plate enameled with the Eight Immortals traveling above ocean, with Fu Lu Shou Stars in the the pavilion above, bottom bears six character mark. SIZE: 9-3/4″ dia. CONDITION: Good. 7-75272 (300