Annual Summer Fine Arts, Asian & Antiques Auction
Totals Over $4.8 Million!

Auction: August 25th-28th, 2015

Preview: August 24th, 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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3000

FINE EARLY 1900’S FOUR PIECE MARKED STERLING SILVER ENGRAVED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE BY DURGIN.

Durgin produced high quality Sterling and was purchased by Gorham shortly after this set was made. Set consists of, 7-1/2″ h coffee pot marked “04” 2-3/4 pints, 4-1/4″ h teapot Marked 1-3/4 pints, 3-3/4″ h covered sugar, 3-1/4″ h 3/4 pint creamer. Nice engraved decoration, unobtrusive small monogram is on the outward vertical face of the handle. SIZE: As noted above. Sterling 55 troy oz. CONDITION: Very good. 49387-1 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3000

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3001

FIVE PIECE STERLING TEA SET BY DOMINICK & HAFF.

The set consisting of 8″ tea pot, 5″ tea pot, 4-1/2″ covered sugar, 3-1/2″ creamer, and a 3″ waste bowl. The bottom marked with makers hallmark and sterling, 534. Each piece monogrammed “H”. Each piece having repousse decoration with flowers and scrolling leaves. SIZE: As noted above. 47 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good. 49226-2 (1,800-2,400) – Lot 3001

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3002

OUTSTANDING 5 PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA SET BY ROGER WILLIAMS SILVER COMPANY WITH SILVER PLATED TRAY.

The set consisting of a 12-1/2″ kettle on stand with removeable burner; 8-1/2″ teapot; 5-1/2″ creamer; 5-1/2″ open sugar4; 4-1/4″ waste bowl. Each piece having a scroll and flower engraved design; the pots with urn finials. All pieces marked “RW” on base with the kettle marked with “Bigelow Kennard & Co.” Accompanied by a 16-1/2″ x 26″ double handled silver plated tray with triple monogram in center. SIZE: As noted above. Weight 101 Troy oz. PROVENANCE: From the estate of Abraham C. Weber of Boston, MA. CONDITION: Very fine with only a small ding in rib of creamer, a small dent in burner; cover to tea pot does not close tightly. No monograms 49127-1 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3002

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3003

MISCELLANEOUS LOT OF 47 PIECES OF STERLING FLATWARE.

Lot includes 15 9″ sterling handled knives, 20 pieces by Watson in the “Carrollton” pattern, monogrammed. 3 pieces international child’s set and 9 other miscellaneous pieces. SIZE: Sizes from 3″ to 9″. Weight 25 tr. oz. without knives. PROVENANCE: From a fine Newton MA home. CONDITION: Very good. 49127-7 (700-900) – Lot 3003

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3004

FINE STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL CENTER BOWL BY REED & BARTON, IN THE “FRANCIS I” PATTERN.

The shaped bowl having sea scrolls and repousse bunches of fruit. The bottom marked “Reed & Barton/Sterling/X567/Francis I”. WEIGHT: 23 tr. oz. SIZE: 5-1/2″ h x 11-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 49226-12 (800-1,200) – Lot 3004

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3005

FINE LOT OF 19 STERLING SERVING PIECES.

Including a 2 piece salad set by Whiting in the “Lily” pattern, large berry spoon by Towle in the “Canterbury” pattern, a fancy cake knife by Silvercraft, a reticulated berry spoon by Alvin in the “Bridal Rose” pattern, with 5 other fancy serving pieces and 9 sterling handled pieces. SIZE: Size range: 8-1/2″ to 13″. Weight without sterling handled pieces: 31 tr. oz. PROVENANCE: From a fine Newton MA home. CONDITION: Generally very good, sharpener with dented handle, others show some use. 49127-6 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3005

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3006

OUTSTANDING SET OF FIVE HUNGARIAN SILVER SERVING PIECES.

Each piece hallmarked with a .800 hallmark and makers mark “J.V.”. Circa 1866-1937. The set consists of 12″ ladle, 7-3/4″ tomato server, 10-3/4″ fish knife, 7-3/4″ caviar server, and an 8-1/4″ ice cream slice. Three pieces having engraved design on flat surface each of the same pattern. WEIGHT: 19 tr oz. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Very good. 1026-7 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 3006

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3007

ENGLISH STERLING SILVER TWO HANDLED TRAY.

The large two handled tray hallmarked Birmingham, 1912, with makers mark of W.B Ltd in a heart. The outside edge having a gadrooned and scalloped border, monogrammed with single letter at center. WEIGHT: 99 tr. oz. SIZE: With handles 27-1/2″ w x 16-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 47866-9 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3007

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3008

OUTSTANDING AND RARE STERLING SILVER TONGS IN THE MEDALLION PATTERN BY GORHAM.

The chicken or asparagus tongs have a chicken claw side opposing a pierced decorated flat spatula with bright cut work. The tongs having a medial solid yoke finished at each end with a small profile medallion. The end with 2 larger profile medallions. Marked with Gorham hallmarks and having additionally the retailer “Shreve Stanwood & Co” Circa 1860-1869. No monogram. SIZE: 12-3/4″ l. Weight: 8 Troy oz. PROVENANCE: From a fine Newton, Massachusetts home. CONDITION: Very good. 49127-3 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3008

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3009

71 PIECE STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE BY INTERNATIONAL IN THE “ROYAL DANISH” PATTERN.

Set consists of 8 7″ forks, 16 6-1/2″ forks, 8 6-1/2″ soup spoons, 8 6″ teaspoons, 5 4″ demitasse spoons, 8 9″ hollow handle dinner knives, 8 solid 6″ butter knives. 3 piece child’s knife, fork and spoon. 4″ toddler’s fork, 4″ sugar tongs, 5-1/2″ cream ladle, 2 piece 9″ salad set, and a 13″ carving knife and 11″ carving fork. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. Weight 83 tr. oz. without hollow handled items. PROVENANCE: The estate of Lawrence M. Levinson of Newton MA. CONDITION: Child’s set shows use, other pieces virtually unused. 49127-2 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3009

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3010

LOT OF TWO STERLING PLATES AND ONE BOWL.

1) 16-1/2″ x 11-1/2″ fancy rectangular deep tray, probably by Redlich & Co., the shaped edge having a deep flower and scroll pattern, monogrammed “W”. 2) 14″ x 10-1/4″ oval tray marked hand wrought and “BSC” within a square, the tray having a nice engraved vine pattern edge, no monogram. 3) 10-1/2″ dia. x 2-1/2″ h., swirl pattern bowl retailed by Shreve Crump & Low Co., possibly by Richard Dimes, no monogram. SIZE: As noted above. Weight 81 tr. oz. PROVENANCE: From a fine Newton MA home. CONDITION: 1) With knife scratches and several small dimples. 2 and 3 are very good. 49127-9 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3010

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3011

FINE LOT OF STERLING SILVER SERVING PIECES.

Lot includes a Gorham 13″ punch ladle, a Gorham 8-3/4″ pie server and 8″ butter knife in the “Corinthian” pattern, a fancy Dutch style 9-1/2″ fork and spatula, smaller pieces include berry spoons, sugar spoons, small forks and tongs. SIZE: Sizes from 4-1/2″ to 13″. Weight 33 tr. oz. PROVENANCE: The estate of Helen Fogg of Norwell, MA. CONDITION: Generally very good. 49127-12 (600-900) – Lot 3011

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3012

14KT WHITE GOLD AMETHYST AND DIAMOND LADY’S RING.

A large oval amethyst is surrounded by a ring of 16 diamonds and an outer ring of 16 smaller diamonds. Marked “14K” and also “D11238C”. SIZE: 7. TW 6g. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-8 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3012

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3013

14KT YELLOW GOLD DIAMOND AND ORANGE STONE LADY’S RING.

The wide ring having 28 full cut diamond melees with a center orange cut stone flanked by two diamond baguettes. SIZE: TW 12g. Size 7-1/2. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-7 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3013

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3014

FINE PAIR OF TANZANITE, DIAMOND AND PLATINUM PIERCED EARRINGS.

The earrings marked “PT950”, each having an oval light purple stone surrounded by 18 diamond melees with a total weight of 3ct. The tanzanites approximately 8.5ct each. SIZE: TW 14g. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-2 (7,000-9,000) – Lot 3014

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3015

DIAMOND AND RUBY LADY’S RING.

The white metal unmarked, probably white gold or platinum. The oval deep ruby surrounded by 10 diamonds weighing approximately 2.5ct. SIZE: 8. TW 6g. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-5 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3015

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3016

18KT YELLOW GOLD HUNTER CASE POCKET WATCH BY PATEK PHILIPPE.

The inside cover marked “Made expressly for D. Valentine Syracuse N.Y. No. 37043 Patek, Philippe & Co Geneva”. The case marked “37043 B”. Also, .750 pp co”. The dial unsigned. SIZE: Case: 1-3/4″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. Unknown working order. 49449-1 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3016

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3017

GIRARD PERREGEAUX WRIST WATCH.

Month/day dial. The back inscribed “R.A.D. 6-4-53”. New band. SIZE: 9-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Unknown working order. 49330-14 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3017

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3018

PATEK PHILIPPE LADY’S FOB WATCH.

The open face watch having a dial signed “Patek Philippe & Co.”. The movement signed “Patek Philippe & Co. No. 99290 Geneva”. Circa 1890-5. The case unmarked, having repousse scene with figures in landscape. SIZE: 1-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Unknown working order, bezel has break on lower right side. 48998-3 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3018

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3019

PLATINUM AND DIAMOND CIRCLE FORM PENDANT AND PLATINUM CHAIN.

The 3/4″ dia. round ring set with 30 small square cut diamonds on each size. The chain marked “PL 950”. SIZE: Chain: 16″ l. TW 14g. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-3 (2,000-2,500) – Lot 3019

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3020

RUBY AND PLATINUM BRACELET.

The 48 French cut ruby or synthetic ruby stones in a marked platinum bracelet. SIZE: TW 14g. 7″ l. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-4 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3020

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3021

FINE 18KT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND AND ENAMEL FABERGE NECKLACE.

The chain marked “Faberge” and being a limited edition 28/500. Also marked “750”. The chain is a bead design with claw clasp having an enamel egg-formed pendant with blue enamel decorated with six stars. A simulated round chain slide is decorated with nine full cut diamond melees. SIZE: Chain: 16″. TW 10g. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-6 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3021

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3022

RUBY DIAMOND AND PLATINUM LADY’S RING.

The center oval cut light ruby having 6 diamond melees on each side. All set in a platinum marked setting. SIZE: 6-3/4. TW 6g. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-1 (7,000-9,000) – Lot 3022

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3023

FABULOUS STERLING SILVER AND GLASS INKSTAND BY TIFFANY & COMPANY.

The round sterling stand marked “Tiffany & Co. Makers Sterling”. Having a round base with repousse Roman and Greek figures, with a central scene of two nude Greek men seated under a grape arbor, titled “MENALCAS MOPSVE”. In the center of the plate is a raised ring with decorative arms; this holds a removable clear glass squashed melon formed inkwell, which is unmarked. The arms act as pen stands. SIZE: Weight 17.5 tr. oz. (base). CONDITION: Very good. 1062-23 (800-1,200) – Lot 3023

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3024

TIFFANY STALACTITE HANGER.

Beautiful little Tiffany lamp has stalactite shade with orange iridescence at top shading to very light orange iridescence to a milky white at point. Shade has very light D.Q. pattern and is signed inside fitter rim “LCT M925″. Shade has original paper tag on side. Shade is suspended from bronze socket with stylized loop at top, which attaches to chain leading to ceiling cap. SIZE: Shade is 8″ l with 2-1/4″ fitter. Overall length is 26-1/2″. CONDITION: Shade is very good to excellent. Fixture, chain and ceiling cap, appear to have different patinas, otherwise very good to excellent. 49101-10 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3024

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3025

TIFFANY BRONZE FLOOR LAMP WITH HANDEL SHADE.

The base marked under foot, “Tiffany Studio’s New York, 423”. The shade having caramel and green slag glass panels with metal overlay, the top fitting rim marked “Handel”. SIZE: 55″ h. Shade 5″ h, fitting rim 2-1/4″. CONDITION: Very good. 49042-12 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3025

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3026

FINE ENGRAVED AND PIERCED DESIGN STERLING SILVER CENTER BOWL BY TIFFANY & CO.

The round bowl having a folded down scalloped rim with Fleur-de-lis style engraved design and pierced decoration. Monogrammed with a conjoined “DC”, marked on base “Tiffany & Co./18846A Makers 1226/Sterling Silver/925-1000/M”. 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, otherwise very good. 47780-2 (700-900) – Lot 3026

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3027

LARGE STERLING SILVER PITCHER BY TIFFANY & CO.

The standard form pitcher has tapered body, round foot and angled handle. No monogram, marked on bottom “Tiffany & Co./18181 Makers 4203/Sterling Silver/925-1000/M” also 4 pints. WEIGHT: 34 tr. oz. SIZE: 9-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 49191-91 (600-900) – Lot 3027

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3028

FOUR PIECES OF STERLING SILVER BY TIFFANY AND COMPANY.

Lot consists of: 1 & 2) Pair of 5-1/2″ high footed sauce boats having a thin Greek key and bead border; loop handle and thin pouring spout, marked on base “Tiffany & Co 404 English sterling 925-1000 36 550 Broadway”. Circa 1854-1870, no monogram. 3) 3-1/2″ high combination match holder/ashtray. The match holder with raised scroll decoration lifted by 4 decorated cabriole legs centered on an oval decorated dish supported by 4 ball feet marked “Tiffany & Co 10493 T822 Sterling”. 4) Sterling handled angel food cake knife in the “Renaissance” pattern no monogram. SIZE: 3-1/2″ h x 5-1/4″ w x 4-1/4 d. Weight: 24 Troy oz. PROVENANCE: From a fine Newton, Massachusetts home. CONDITION: Very good. 49127-8 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3028

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3029

CASED STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE IN THE “COOK (SARATOGA)” PATTERN BY TIFFANY & CO.

Twelve 8-1/2″ spoons, twelve 7″ spoons, twelve 6″ spoons, twelve 8″ forks, twelve 7″ forks, 7″ ladle, 5-1/2″ small ladle, and 7-1/4″ master butter knife. All housed in a fine oak, one drawer, lift lid silver chest. SIZE: 131 tr. oz. CONDITION: Shows minor use, no monogram, very good. Some minor scratches to case. 49226-1 (3,500-4,500) – Lot 3029

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3030

IMPORTANT CHRYSANTHEMUM PATTERN SIX PIECE STERLING TEA AND COFFEE BY TIFFANY & CO.

The set consisting of, a 13-1/2″ h (with handle) kettle on stand with burner, a 10″ h coffee pot, 6″ h tea pot, 5-1/2″ h covered sugar, 4-1/2″ h creamer, 3-1/2″ h waste bowl. The bottom marked “Tiffany & Co./5960 Makers 734/Sterling Silver/925-1000/C”. Each piece decorated with chrysanthemums on edges, feet and spouts. The sides adorned with a standing engraved dragon. Accompanied by Tiffany & Co., silver bags. WEIGHT: 242 tr. oz. SIZE: As noted above. Sterling 242 troy oz. CONDITION: Very good. 49265-2 (10,000-20,000) – Lot 3030

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3031

111 PIECE CASED STERLING SILVER FLATWARE SET BY GEORG JENSEN IN THE “ACORN” PATTERN.

The lot consists of twelve 9″ knives, twelve 5-3/4″ butter knives, twelve 7-1/2″ forks, twelve 6-1/2″ forks, twelve 5-1/2″ forks, twelve 6- 3/4″ spoons, twelve 6″ spoons, twelve 5-3/4″ spoons, twelve 3-3/4″ mocha spoons, 7-1/2″ hollow handled cheese knife, and a two piece carving set 12-1/2″. SIZE: As noted above. Weight without 9″ knives, carving set, and cheese knife. 109 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good, no monograms, case as found. 49120-1 (6,000-9,000) – Lot 3031

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3032

CASED SET OF 10 GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER SERVING PIECES.

Lot consists of a 9-1/4″ “Blossom” pattern pie server and 2 piece 8-1/2″ salad set, 8-1/2″ two piece salad set pattern “57”, 8-1/2″ salad set pattern “54”, 8″ ladle pattern “141”, 5-1/4″ ladle pattern “21”, 5-1/4″ lemon fork “21”. Accompanying the silver is a fitted Georg Jensen case. SIZE: As noted above. PROVENANCE: Weight 25 tr. oz. CONDITION: Very good, no monograms. 49120-2 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3032

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3033

LOUIS VUITTON TRAVELING CASE.

Open interior with the inside cover having a leather belt holding strap. Original label with number 876854. The front original hardware and lock, marked with trademark and name. The lock numbered 120984. The original leather swing handle and leather edges present. SIZE: 6-3/4″ h x 17″ w x 13″ d. CONDITION: Three small spots on top, front of lid and top of bottom where lock is has some forced damage, otherwise very good. 49242-4 (800-1,200) – Lot 3033

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3034

FINE LOUIS VUITTON TRUNK WITH INSERT TRAY.

Paris circa late 19th early 20th century. In good condition with personalized blue and white stripes. Desirable steam ship tags. SIZE: H 13-1/2″ W 32″ D 18-1/4″. CONDITION: Handles and hardware are all good but binding straps are not present. 49258-1 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3034

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3035

LOUIS VUITTON STEAMER TRUNK.

Paris, France, circa 1880. With original personalized red cross to the top and red stripe down the front and back, and fitted with an interior lift-out tray. Initial on end “E.M.” Marked on interior “Paris Ru Scribe Luis Vuitton. 149 Bond St, London 118343.” SIZE: 28” h x 43-1/4” l x 24” d. CONDITION: Good with soiling, abrasion and wear commensurate with use. Auxiliary buckles on sides of case missing clasps and leather middle strap not present. 49303-1 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3035

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3036

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. 47889-1 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3036

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3037

GOOD THREE-PART LEADED & STAINED GLASS FIRE SCREEN.

Late 19th/Early 20th Century. Unsigned. The central panel depicting a Victorian lady in red & blue gown wearing a colorful hat. Surrounded by stained glass pieces with flower and scroll decoration. The central figure flanked by shorter panels of amber, amethyst, with a blue panel incorporating eight bullseyes. The arched feet ending in glass balls. SIZE: 44″ h x 35-1/2″ w x 12″ at deepest. PROVENANCE: Originally from a Burlington, VT Estate. CONDITION: Some cracks in glass, otherwise very good. 49240-17 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3037

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3038

ARTS AND CRAFTS MISSION OAK TALL CASE CLOCK.

The case unmarked in one piece with oak dial having brass numbers. The door having a leaded clear and frosted glass panel. The clock having an unmarked brass works with gong. Similar to cases made by L & J.G. Stickley Co. Two brass weights and pendulum present, a make do wrench winder is also present. SIZE: 76-1/4″ h x 22″ across top x 15″ d at top. CONDITION: Very good, unknown working order. 49226-4 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3038

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3039

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. 22690-416 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3039

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3040

SET OF THREE LEADED STAINED GLASS WINDOWS WITH CENTRAL WOMAN READING BOOK.

The leaded glass panels set in window sashes, the central sash depicting a young woman reading a book in a 12″ dia central medallion, below which is a banner titled “Home Is Best”. The center surrounded by a leaf decorated wreath. The side sashes having a flowering branch, one going left and one going right. Unsigned. Late 19th early 20th century. SIZE: 32″ h x 33-1/2″ w each. PROVENANCE: From a Cape Cod, MA, home. CONDITION: The windows are in very good overall condition with only a few cracks which can be expected. 49241-1 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3040

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3041

OUTSTANDING MAJOLICA GERMAN WALL CLOCK.

The wall clock having a Majolica pottery front mounted to a wood back frame supporting a brass movement marked “Lenzkirch 522 1 million” number 263923. Pendulum and key are present. The Majolica unmarked but having an impressed number 4665. The Majolica front plaque having a winged woman’s bust with baskets of flowers in a reeded column side ending in cornered flower blocks. Below the face “Die Zeit Eilt” (Time is running out). SIZE: 17″ h x 18″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 48484-2 (800-1,200) – Lot 3041

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3042

BRONZE AND WOOD WOMAN IN CRESCENT MOON PLAQUE.

The 13-1/2″ x 12-1/2″ bronze depicting a woman’s face with long hair surrounded by a crescent moon. The bronze has been mounted to a molded edge oak shield formed plaque. Rarely have we seen this bronze on it’s original plaque. SIZE: Overall 19″ h x 16″ w. CONDITION: Nice patina to wood and bronze, some bronze scuffs, otherwise good. 49042-6 (800-1,200) – Lot 3042

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3043

DELLA ROBIA DECORATED PLAQUE.

First half 20th century. The square plaque having two relief figures, one an angel visiting Mary who has open book, halo and sitting on a plinth. Figures are in white with a dove above and in between is a colorful urn of flowers. SIZE: 14-3/4″ h x 20-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Some chips to base and minor imperfections. 49385-3 (300-400) – Lot 3043

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3044

RARE AMPHORA OCTOPUS VASE.

The base having five impressed marks “Amphora, Austria, 4547, 52″ and a crown. The a green modeled decoration to simulate water, bulbous vase topped with a gold octopus with two of the tentacles as handles. SIZE: 9″ h x 7-1/2” at widest. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Very good. 49354-24 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3044

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3045

TEPLITZ-AMPHORA POTTERY EWER VASE AND AMPHORA TYPE DRAGON VASE.

1) Figural ewer style with a dolphin fish handle, wonderful landscape painted body with trees against a light purple to cream sky. The base having an impressed “Amphora” mark and red “Teplitz” mark. 2) A tapered naturalistic vase with full body dragon as handle. Marked on base with a illegible impressed mark. SIZE: 1) 8-1/4″ h. 2) 8-1/2″ h. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Very good, with only a few flea bites and minor scrapes. 49354-25 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3045

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3046

SEVEN ART POTTERY TILES.

1) 5-3/4″ square, duck tile by Rookwood numbered “3201, 1925”. 2) 5-3/4″ square, goose tile, Rookwood “3207, 1926”. 3) 6″ dia., seagull Rookwood “2350, 1930″ 4) 6-1/4″ square, Van Briggle tile, the tile depicts 2 flowers. 5) 4-3/4″ square, ship tile, by Marblehead Pottery, incised mark and label on bottom. 6) 6″ square on iron stand, flying duck tile, by Richard E. Bishop. 7) 6” square framed, Chelsea Low style bust portrait of a woman. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. CONDITION: 6) Has glaze chip bottom right corner and rubbing, edge chips and craquelure. Otherwise, others very good. 49042-18 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3046

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3047

ARTS AND CRAFT STYLE METAL TRAY WITH REVERSE PAINTED SUNSET GLASS PANEL.

Unmarked, metal 2 handled elongated hexagonal tray with side galleries, having a conforming reverse painted glass scene overlooking water with background of sunset mountains. All raised on 4 “L” shaped feet. SIZE: 2-1/2″ h x 25″ l x 9-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49042-2 (400-600) – Lot 3047

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3048

GERTRUDE TWICHELL HAMMERED COPPER & ENAMEL LETTER HOLDER.

Medium to dark patina, mounted with enamel sailing ship medallion in colorful polychrome colors. Incised “Twichell” on reverse. SIZE: 4-1/4″ h x 5-1/2″ w x 1-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49042-22 (400-600) – Lot 3048

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3049

NAKASHIMA RED WALNUT FREE FORM COFFEE TABLE WITH LIVE EDGE AND TRESTLE BASE.

American circa mid 20th century. A particularly appealing specimen slab of wood with architectural trestle base with wedge medial stretcher and shoe feet. George Nakashima was an American woodworker, architect, M.I.T. graduate and furniture maker who was one of the leading innovators of 20th century furniture design and a pioneer of the American craft movement. SIZE: 14-1/2″ h x 99″ w x 17″ d. CONDITION: Good condition with some stains, discoloration and some loose but present bark pieces. A significant amount of edge bark gone or possibly never present. 49116-1 (8,000-10,000) – Lot 3049

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3050

GEORGE NAKASHIMA CHERRY ROUND DINING TABLE WITH SIX CHAIRS.

Circa 1965-70 (?). Round table with 2″ thick top and double taper splayed legs. The chairs with sculpted plank seats, splayed tapering legs with box double taper stretchers, curved yoke crest rails with eight double tapered spindles. SIZE: Table: 60″ dia x 28″ h. Chairs: 29-1/2″ h, 17″ seat h x 22″ w. PROVENANCE: Alice Boney. CONDITION: Intact original condition with some sun fading. 1010-7 (8,000-12,000) – Lot 3050

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3051
Revised: 8/27/2015

Please note: Chair does not recline properly.

EAMES ROSEWOOD & LEATHER ARMCHAIR WITH OTTOMAN BY HERMANN MILLER.

Original tags to bases dated 1978. Armchair having a 5-point star base, two section back. The matching ottoman with four arm base & matching upholstery. SIZE: Chair: 33″ h x 31″ across arms. Ottoman: 16″ h x 26″ across. CONDITION: Very good. 49292-3 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3051

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3052

QUEEN ANNE STYLE TAP TABLE.

20th century, Maine. Benchmade example of extremely appealing size and form, made of tiger maple, after Rhode Island examples circa 1740. The generous overhanging top with pinched corners coupled with delicate and refined legs with pad feet. SIZE: 28-1/2″ h x 29-1/2″ l x 20-1/2″ w. PROVENANCE: From a Sidney, Maine estate collection. CONDITION: Good with tight crack to one of the boards in the top. 49379-1 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3052

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3053

CODFISH WEATHERVANE.

American, mid 20th century. Codfish weathervane made of repousse copper, soldered seams. Mounted on museum-type table display base. SIZE: 14″ h x 35″ l. CONDITION: Good. Surface is restored to appear as 19th century weathered gilt and verdigris. 49105-9 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3053

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3054

DIMINUTIVE BENCHMADE QUEEN ANNE-STYLE MAPLE DESK-ON-FRAME.

Circa 1890, in the manner of the Dunlop school of cabinetmakers of New Hampshire. The slant lid concealing a blocked-serpentine double-stepped interior with valanced letter slots above a single full width drawer. The base having a sun burst carved apron, with acorn drop pendants and scroll cut center ornament, standing on cabriole legs with pad feet. SIZE: 39″ h x 26″ w x 15″ d. CONDITION: Some water ring stains, otherwise very good. 48491-2 (600-900) – Lot 3054

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3055

FINE SMALL SIZE BRACKET CLOCK SIGNED JE CALDWELL & CO PHILADELPHIA.

The bracket clock case in mahogany with ormolu accents including cherub decorated columns, corner elements, finials and feet. The side areas with pierced ormolu panels decorated with scrolls of flowers and vines. The dial having a silvered ring engraved brass plate with moon phases. Key is present. SIZE: 14″ h without handle x 9-1/2″ w x 6-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49191-80 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3055

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3056

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. 22690-365 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3056

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3057

QUEEN ANNE STYLE BENCHMADE LOWBOY.

2nd half 20th century. One long drawer over three drawers. Walnut with white oak secondary wood. SIZE: 30-1/2″ w x 21″ d x 29″ h. CONDITION: Good to excellent condition and finish. 1064-11 (500-700) – Lot 3057

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3058

REVERSE PAINTED PAIRPOINT SCENIC TABLE LAMP.

The scene showing a New England landscape under colorful sky with church, farm, fields with haystacks. Shade appears to be unsigned. The base marked “Pairpoint D 3064”. SIZE: 23-1/2″ h. 19″ dia. CONDITION: Shade is very good with strong colors, base has some minor tarnishing and pitting. 49480-9 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3058

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3059

COPPER WHALE WEATHERVANE.

American, late 20st century. Whale has verdigris patination. Accompanied by a museum type stand. SIZE: 14″ h x 39″ l. CONDITION: Good. 49105-8 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3059

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3060

CHIPPENDALE WALNUT CENTER TABLE.

Late 18th century, Pennsylvania. The rectangular top raised on a set of cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet, arcaded and scrolled apron frame with a generous molded overhanging top. SIZE: 37-1/4″ w x 21-1/4″ d x 29-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Generally good with old finish. 49369-18 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3060

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3061

FINE HANDEL REVERSE PAINTED SCENIC TABLE LAMP.

The 18″ shade marked “6752 Handel” by artist “G.M.” A wonderful sunset over landscape with trees and river. The top fitter ring also signed “Handel Lamps”. Accompanied by a wonderful tree trunk base with three sockets, acorn chains, unmarked base (green felt bottom). SIZE: 24″ h. 18″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 49480-3 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3061

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3062

HERIZ CARPET.

Mid 20th century, North West Persia. The angular poled center medallion in dark indigo and reds with central pale green and ivory within a madder red field of geometric polychrome. Floral design within ivory spandrels, all within a blue-black main border of scrolling floral geometric trelliswork. SIZE: 9′ 4″ x 12′. CONDITION: Retains good pile and vibrant color. Insect damage evident at 2 corners on back of rug- no pile loss detected. 49118-18 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3062

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3063

REVERSE PAINTED TABLE LAMP.

The 14-1/4″ shade with a moonlit lake scene with colorful sky, water and shoreline. Unsigned. The base having two light fixtures with the bottom signed “E.416 A P PAT APPF4R 151″ white metal with urn and flower base. SIZE: 20″ h. 14-1/4” dia CONDITION: Very good. 49480-5 (800-1,200) – Lot 3063

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3064

CARVED WOODEN LADY LIBERTY WEATHERVANE.

20th century, American. In a weathered paint patenation on white pine. On a wooden makeshift base. SIZE: 35″ l x 41″ h. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Good, the flag is loose. 49055-70 (800-1,200) – Lot 3064

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3065

FRAMED GEORGIA GRAVES POSTER, BY PAUL COLIN (French, 1892-1985).

The large framed poster depicting a nude female dancer against a colorful background. Signed and titled on the bottom, also on edge “Atelier, Paul Colin. Paris”. Georgia Graves was trained by Ernest Belcher in Los Angeles. She quickly became one of the celebrated dancers in the western world. This poster was created for her time at the Follies-Bergere. Housed in a black frame behind plexi-glass. SIZE: Sight 60-1/2″ h x 45″ w. Overall 64″ h x 48-1/2″. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Not examined out of frame, very good. 49354-23 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3065

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3066

LARGE MOVIE POSTER “LES AMANTS DE DEMAIN”.

Artwork by Paul Colin. The large framed poster has a list of stars and depicts a sinister view of a woman tied to a bedstead. Housed in a black frame with mat behind plexi-glass. SIZE: Sight 60″ h x 42-1/2″ w. Overall 70-3/4″ h x 52-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Not examined out of frame, water stain to upper edge, some scrapes and folds, very good. 48882-2 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3066

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3067

LARGE FRENCH THEATER POSTER “THEATRE DU GRAND-GUIGNOL” “LA MAIN DE SINGE”.

The large poster depicts a large rolling press dripping blood. Artwork by Paul Colin. Housed in a black frame with linen mat behind plexi-glass. SIZE: Sight 43″ h x 58″ w. Overall 52-3/4″ h x 68-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Not examined out of frame, generally very good. 48882-1 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3067

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3068

VINTAGE MENTHE-PASTILLE POSTER BY LEONETTO CAPPIELLO (French, 1875-1942).

Large colorful poster shows a satyrs bust on stand drinking from two straws from a wine glass. The statue is seen in a garden setting under moonlight. The colorful lithograph is housed in a black frame behind plexi-glass. Titled at bottom “Menthe-Pastille”, “Liqeur, E. Giffard, Angers”. Signed in the print by the artist. In the bottom margin “Imp. P. Vercasson & Cie, 43. Rue De Lancry, Paris”, “Reproduction Interdite”. SIZE: Sight 78-1/4″ h x 50-1/2″ w. Overall 82-1/2″ h x 54-1/2″. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Not examined out of frame, some flattened creases, generally very good. 49354-17 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3068

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3069

LARGE FRAMED “BONAL” POSTER.

This large poster by A.M. Cassandre shows a figure with shadow drinking from a bottle with a key at center “Ouvre L’Appetit” the bottom titled “Bonal Gentiane-Quina Des Montagmes De La Grande Chartreuse”. Side of poster dated 1935 “Alliance Graphique …Paris”. Housed in a black frame behind plexi-glass. SIZE: Sight 63″ h x 46-1/2″ w. Overall 68″ h x 52-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good, not examined out of frame. 48882-3 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3069

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3070

TWO POSTERS WINE AND CIGAR.

1) “Des Recolte Magnifiques”, bottom titled “Soufre Gre Bordeaux”, artist signed Leon Dupin, dated 1933. Depicts a large bunch of grapes against a white background. Housed in a black frame with gray mat and behind plexi-glass. 2) “Sigaren Maestro”, large poster depicts a gentleman in black suit admiring his first puff of the cigar. Housed in a gold frame behind plexi-glass. SIZE: 1) Sight 31″ h x 22-1/2″ w. Overall 37-1/4″ h x 29-1/4″ w. 2) Sight 48″ h x 31-1/4″ w. Overall 52-1/2″ h x 36-1/4″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Both are not examined out of frame and both are very good. 49354-13 (700-1,000) – Lot 3070

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3071

TWO ALCOHOL BEVERAGE POSTERS (La Feuillantine and Kupferberg Riesling).

1) La Feuillantine, by George Redon (1869-1943), the large poster shows a monk with one hand on a globe and one hand on the final bottled beverage. Top is titled with the bottom “Distillerie De La Feuillantine, Limoges (France)”. Below which is “Imp. H. Laas. E. Pecaud & Cie.Paris”. On the top right is a tax stamp with black over stamping. Housed in a black frame under plexi-glass. 2) Kupferberg Riesling, artist signed indistinctly upper left. Poster shows four men at a table with a bottle and glass of the “Riesling”. Housed in a black silver edged frame behind plexi-glass. SIZE: 1) Sight 75″ h x 49″ w. Overall 78-1/4″ h x 52-1/4″. 2) Sight 27-1/4″ h x 36-1/2″ w. Overall 31-1/2″ h x 41″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: 1) Not examined out of frame, generally very good with repairs in robe. 2) Not examined out of frame, very good. 49354-14 (1,600-2,400) – Lot 3071

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3072

HEPPLEWHITE-STYLE FIGURED MAHOGANY SIDE BOARD.

American, circa 1920. Mahogany side board with serpentine central drawer over butterfly doors, and rounded end drawers over cabinet doors, with quarter fan corner inlays and stringing. SIZE: 40″ h x 24-1/2″ d x 66″ l. CONDITION: Old surface is in good condition. 48842-17 (500-700) – Lot 3072

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3073

CONSTITUTION TYPE MAHOGANY AND GILT MIRROR.

American, Centennial era 1876. A particularly well proportioned and detailed example with great gilding and patination. SIZE: 60-1/2″ t x 30″ w. CONDITION: Good, with nice age patination. 1062-34 (400-600) – Lot 3073

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3074

LARGE SCENIC ROYAL VIENNA TWO PART COVERED URN.

The cover has been glued at the top and a brass and metal rod now supports the body of the base, can be separated. The 10″ tall painted scene depicts a “Lohengrin” type scene with men and women in a lush landscape with river and castle. It depicts 2 separate scenes of the “Lohengrin” figure leaving on a swan boat. The scene is artist signed by “F. Holzel”, below which in the gold beaded band is written “Der-sieg” (The Victory), under the scene in the same band “Lohengrins-ankunft” (Lohengrin’s arrival). The base with cobalt ground and gold highlights having 2 round scenes also signed by the artist. Blue beehive mark to base. SIZE: 33-1/2″ h. x 12″ w. (widest). CONDITION: Altered as noted above, loss to blue ground at juncture of top and body, otherwise scene is vibrant and complete. 49046-2 (800-1,200) – Lot 3074

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3075

ROYAL WORCESTER FISH SET.

Last quarter 19th Century England. Comprising a tray, gravy boat and 10 plates decorated with marine motifs consisting of aquatic plants, fish and shells. SIZE: Tray: 11-1/2″ l x 24″ w. Plates: 9″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49331-23 (800-1,200) – Lot 3075

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3076

FINE ROYAL VIENNA ENAMEL DECORATED TRAY.

Last quarter 19th Century Central Europe. Decorated with three reserves depicting female and angelic figures. Titled in order “WOHLSTAND”, “PHANTASIE, MUSIK V. DICHTUNG” AND “FRIEDE” on a deep indigo ground with gilt scrolling vinery. SIZE: 17-1/2″ w x 24-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Distinct areas of wear on edges. 49331-34 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3076

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3077

CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY CHINA CABINET.

Late 19th/ early 20th century, New England. This fine benchmade example with swans neck molded crest centering three urn form spiral finials. The cabinet astragal glazed on sides and door panels opening to an interior of shelves raised on cabriole legs with shaped returns terminating in ball and claw feet. SIZE: 81-1/2” h x 38” w x 16-1/2” d. CONDITION: Retains original surface with minor blemishes. Finials professionally replaced as are some small sections of molding, otherwise good. 49486-4 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 3077

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3078

RARE FRENCH BRASS AND SILVER PLATED HANGING LANTERN CARRIAGE CLOCK.

This interesting lantern formed carriage clock made of brass and silver plate hangs from a fancy brass and silver plated decorated stand has eagle held hook, scrolled bracket and spiral twist shaft. The lantern with silver plated sloping roof having simulated shingles. The sides of the clock are beveled red glass. The movement, time and strike. Key is present. SIZE: Total: 17″ h x 6″ w x 7-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49191-83 (4,000-8,000) – Lot 3078

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3079

OUTSTANDING BRASS AND GLASS JAPANESE STYLE FRENCH REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK.

One hour repeater. The bamboo style case having three panels with naturalistic motifs with bugs, flowers in marshy area including dragonflies. Double dial. The back plate having five winding stems. Key is present. SIZE: 6″ h x 4-1/2″ w x 3-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Small flake off back glass, otherwise very good. 49191-84 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3079

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3080

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. 22690-327 (3,500-5,500) – Lot 3080

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3081

FULL BODIED GRASSHOPPER WEATHERVANE.

19th/20th Century, probably made by Washburn. Constructed of repousse copper sheeting and tubing, with gold leaf surface. The surface appearing highly weathered but with later gilded surface. Does not come with stand. SIZE: 44″ l x 34-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Good overall with old gilding. 49297-7 (10,000-15,000) – Lot 3081

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3082

DIMINUTIVE SHERATON-STYLE PORTSMOUTH FIGURED MAHOGANY SERVING TABLE.

20th century. Having bowed drawer fronts with contrasting inlays and reeded legs with outset ring-turned posts. SIZE: 37-1/4″ w x 19-1/2″ d x 32″ h. CONDITION: Excellent condition and finish. 1062-25 (500-700) – Lot 3082

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3083

PAIRPOINT REVERSE PAINTED TABLE LAMP.

Reverse painted shade depicts marble columns with steps leading upward to a curtain as well as a Roman temple surrounded by water and trees. Shade is marked “THE PAIRPOINT CORP’N”. Shade rests on signed “PAIRPOINT” base marked “D3063 Pairpoint”. SIZE: Shade: 19″ dia. Overall 22″ h. CONDITION: Small chip to top rim otherwise very good. 49480-6 (800-1,200) – Lot 3083

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3084

HANDEL REVERSE PAINTED DESK LAMP.

Moonlit sunset shade with textured glass, numbered “4572”. The arched arm on an adjustable base, acorn chain pull. Re-wired, unmarked. SIZE: 14-1/2″ h x 10-1/2″ at widest. CONDITION: Very good. 49042-14 (800-1,200) – Lot 3084

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3085

REVERSE PAINTED PAIRPOINT TABLE LAMP.

The 16″ shade decorated with colorful trees and water under blue skies with white puffy clouds. Signed by the artist “H. Fisher” also marked “The Pairpoint Corporation” and numbered indistinctly at top. The base marked “D3064 Pairpoint”. SIZE: 23-1/2″ h. 16″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 49480-4 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3085

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3086
Revised: 8/17/2015

Please note: There is actually a very old tight hairline crack (1″) on the edge of one plate and a couple of insignificant chips on the foot of another.

THREE DECORATED HAVILAND & COMPANY LIMOGE OYSTER PLATES FROM THE RUTHERFORD B. HAYES DINNER SERVICE.

The dinner service ordered in 1879 during the Hayes administration, the elaborate shapes and decoration were specially designed by American artist Theodore Russell Davis. The back of each plate signed by Davis and having a spread wing eagle seal. REF; Page 103, Official White House China, by Klapthor. SIZE: 8-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 49046-5 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3086

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3087

EIGHT DECORATED HAND PAINTED OYSTER PLATES.

7 with blue beehive mark with identical blank being decorated in different colors, 2 are light blue-green, 2 are a light pink, 1 ivory, 1 bluish-white, 1 rose color. The 8th plate Haviland Limoges identical decoration in blank to the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential dinner service, except it is red not blue and does not bear the artist signature or eagle seal. SIZE: All 8-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Some rubbing to decoration, the 8th plate with underside chip to base and light loss to paint. 49046-6 (600-800) – Lot 3087

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3088

KARAJA ORIENTAL RUG.

1st quarter 20th century, North Persia. Bold designs of two indigo arabesque medallions with scrolling borders each with floral filled urn in a brick red field filled with floral vinery within pistachio and brick floral borders. SIZE: 4′ 5″ x 6′ 5″. CONDITION: Very good, good pile with expected even wear. Strong pallet. 49118-14 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3088

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3089

SEMI-ANTIQUE KASGI ORIENTAL RUG.

Late 19th early 20th century, West Central Persia. Woven with diagonal rows of polychrome Shah Abbas palmettes within dense array of floral rosettes in a midnight blue field within a stylized ivory main border of guls in a tarantula pattern. SIZE: 5′ 3″ x 7′ 5″. CONDITION: Good with even overall wear. A nice example in very good condition and color palette 49118-9 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3089

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3090

MAHOGANY FEDERAL STYLE SERVING TABLE.

Lynn, Massachusetts circa 1938. Possibly made by Arthur Torto for the J. Sanger Attwill Co in Lynn, MA. A highly refined form with the finest materials and craftsmanship. Figured mahogany with white pine secondary. SIZE: 31″ h x 37″ w x 17-3/4″ d. CONDITION: In good original condition. 49191-71 (800-1,200) – Lot 3090

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3091

GODDESS OF LIBERTY WEATHERVANE.

New England mid 20th century. Form is modeled after a Liberty weathervane made by Boston metalworkers,“Weathervanes by Klamkin” page 92. 20th century copy of a very desirable and early weathervane. Gilded and painted surface with some verdigris. Mounted on steel museum style stand. SIZE: 43″ h x 28″ l. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Good. 49055-76 (9,000-11,000) – Lot 3091

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3092

CHIPPENDALE-STYLE PHILADELPHIA WALNUT HIGHBOY BY NATHAN MARGOLIS SHOP.

Hartford, Connecticut, 20th Century. A very high quality custom made reproduction of an 18th century highboy, with claw and ball feet, carved knees, shell and applied tendril carved box drawers, scrolled and carved apron with shell. The bonnet with carved rosettes and flame finials. In two parts, the top labeled “The Workshop of Nathan Margolis Makers” on back, also branded on top and bottom sections “Margolis, 1930”. SIZE: 43-1/2″ w x 22″ d x 96-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Excellent condition and finish. 1062-22 (500-700) – Lot 3092

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3093

TAMBOUR SECRETARY/DESK.

Massachusetts circa late 19th-early 20th century. Figured mahogany with elaborate inlays. This diminutive secretary stands on Hepplewhite legs with barber pole inlay. Three graduated cock beaded drawers with barber pole inlay and gold tooled leather writing surface. The upper section with inlaid tambour doors which conceal 4 small drawers above valanced letter slots. Eagle inlaid prospect door in center concealing a drawer below valanced letter slots. Frieze drawer above tambour has crotch figuring and barber pole inlay the top edge inlaid with complex inlay. SIZE: 46-3/4″ h x 34-1/2″ w x 18″ d. CONDITION: Good condition with older finish with minor imperfections. 49191-76 (400-600) – Lot 3093

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3094

FRENCH BRONZE & MARBLE TABLE LAMP.

The urn formed lamp having green, variegated marble surrounded by bronze fittings and decoration including swag of roses, two women’s heads, vinery of flowers, and decorative elements. One of the leaf tips is a French foundry seal “Made in France” & “Fabrication Francais”. Fitted with two light sockets. SIZE: 19″ h. CONDITION: Very good, needs re-wiring. 49042-30 (800-1,200) – Lot 3094

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3095

ROCOCO-STYLE MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR.

Probably American, in the manner of English interpretations of the French taste. Circa 1900. Having cabriole arm supports with foliate carving, ram’s horn arm terminals with bell-flower carvings, cabriole legs with foliate carving at knees and rocaille feet with foliate carving. With pleasing high quality needlepoint upholstery. SIZE: 38″ h x 29″ w x 26″ d. Seat: 18″ h. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Good. 49055-186 (400-500) – Lot 3095

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3096

ALABASTER AND BRONZE CLEOPATRA LAMP.

The 13″ carved white alabaster reclining Cleopatra rests on a bronze hammock, with a stand accented with alligator head and 2 elephant heads, all mounted to a green beveled edge marble base. Marble base supporting a decorative light fixture having an opalescent ribbed glass shade. SIZE: Overall 24″ h x 17″ w x 8″ d. CONDITION: Shade is very good. Alabaster figure, is dirty with damage to toe and finger. Bronze hammock has repaired break at elephant head, otherwise good. 49042-7 (600-900) – Lot 3096

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3097

MAHOGANY ROUND DOUBLE TIERED REVOLVING PEDESTAL LIBRARY TABLE.

England circa 1900. Top with inset gold tooled green leather, the base has 4 reeded sabre legs from center shaft terminating in brass claw feet with casters. SIZE: 29-1/2″ h x 36″ w x 36″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Good with old finish. 49055-182 (200-300) – Lot 3097

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3098

TWO IRISH CHIPPENDALE STYLE WING CHAIRS.

America or England, circa 1900. Refined claw ball feet with C-scroll cabriolet legs with foliate carving at front. Raked rear legs with pad feet in. Appealing upholstery. SIZE: 45″ h x 34″ w x 31″ d. PROVENANCE: Estate of Regina Sewell. CONDITION: Very good. Upholstery requiring cleaning. 49049-2 (400-600) – Lot 3098

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3099

RARE BLACK MUSICIAN SAX PLAYER DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, Spencer Foundry, Guilford, CT. The hollow half round casting on integral solid base with old felt on underside. Retaining original paint in vibrant color. Reference: The Doorstop Book: The Encyclopedia of Doorstop Collecting by John C. Smith and Nancy M. Smith page 219. SIZE: 7″ h x 6″ w. CONDITION: With minor abrasions and oxidation and fine patina. Very good untouched condition. 49140-63 (500-1,000) – Lot 3099

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3100

EXCELLENT RED RIDING HOOD AND WOLF DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, Nuydea Foundry, England. Cast iron example embossed “NUYDEA, 860, PAT. PENDING, LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD”. The body a hollow half round casting with near pristine vibrant original paint. Reference: The Doorstop Book: The Encyclopedia of Doorstop Collecting by John C. Smith and Nancy M. Smith page 198. SIZE: 7-1/4″ h x 9-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Miniscule abrasions in excellent untouched condition. 49140-55 (800-1,600) – Lot 3100

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3101

SWINGING GOLFER “A DIFFICULT LIE” DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, Hubley Foundry, Lancaster PA. Impressed “238” on backside. The hollow half round casting on integral solid base retaining original paint. Reference: The Doorstop Book: The Encyclopedia of Doorstop Collecting by John C. Smith and Nancy M. Smith page 211. SIZE: 10″ h. CONDITION: Age appropriate minor abrasions with fine patina, good to very good condition. 49140-66 (400-800) – Lot 3101

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3102

PUTTING GOLFER DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, Hubley Foundry, Lancaster, PA. Impressed “34” on backside. Hollow half round casting on integral solid base, the figure in uncommon yellow outfit in original paint. Reference: The Doorstop Book: The Encyclopedia of Doorstop Collecting by John C. Smith and Nancy M. Smith page 211. SIZE: 8-1/4″ h. CONDITION: With very minor abrasions in excellent untouched condition. 49140-65 (300-600) – Lot 3102

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3103

PETER RABBIT DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, Hubley Foundry, Lancaster, PA. From a design by G.G. Drayton. Impressed “36” on backside. Hollow half round cast iron casting on integral solid base. Reference: The Doorstop Book: The Encyclopedia of Doorstop Collecting by John C. Smith and Nancy M. Smith page 156. NOTE: The Doorstop Book incorrectly identifies the mark as “96”. SIZE: 9-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Age appropriate minor abrasions with light oxidation throughout, in good untouched condition. 49140-62 (500-800) – Lot 3103

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3104

PIRATE WITH PACK DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920 American. The cast-iron example of unknown foundry with original paint. Flattened half-round casting on solid integral base. Ref: Pg 215 The Doorstop Book, James C & Nancy M Smith. SIZE: 12″ h x 9-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Moderate light oxidation throughout, otherwise good untouched condition. 49140-50 (500-1,000) – Lot 3104

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3105

BUFFALO WINDMILL WEIGHT.

Circa 1900. Unknown American Foundry embossed “A56″ on proper right hind flank. The cast iron weight of flattened full body form with good details. Now with old dark brown paint over earlier white. Mounted on museum stand. SIZE: 10-3/4″ h x 16” l overall. CONDITION: Scattered oxidation in excellent untouched condition. 49140-94 (1,000-1,600) – Lot 3105

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3106

EAGLE CAST IRON WINDMILL WEIGHT.

Circa 1900 American unknown foundry. Fine flattened full bodied form with fine casting detail. SIZE: 15″ h x 7″ w. CONDITION: With reminiscence of original black paint and now with mostly oxidized surfaces. Otherwise very good untouched condition. 49140-92 (1,000-1,600) – Lot 3106

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3107

RARE “MR PICKWICK” DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920 unknown American foundry. Cast-iron example retaining original polychrome paint. Hollow cast half-round form on solid base. SIZE: 14-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Age appropriate minor oxidation and paint wear. Very good untouched overall. 49140-37 (400-800) – Lot 3107

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3108

BOY HOLDING FRUIT BASKET DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, American. Unknown foundry, the hollow half round casting on integral solid base with old felt applied to bottom. Retains original paint. Reference: The Doorstop Book: The Encyclopedia of Doorstop Collecting by John C. Smith and Nancy M. Smith page 201. SIZE: 9-1/4″ h. CONDITION: With minor abrasions and fine patina in very good untouched condition. 49140-67 (400-800) – Lot 3108

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3109

FINE JAPANESE SPANIEL DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, H.L. Judd Co., New Briton, CT. Embossed “1267” on backside. The solid flattened half round casting retaining original paint. Reference: The Doorstop Book: The Encyclopedia of Doorstop Collecting by John C. Smith and Nancy M. Smith page 147. SIZE: 9″ h. CONDITION: With age appropriate minor wear, otherwise very good untouched condition. 49140-52 (500-800) – Lot 3109

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3110

RABBIT WITH TOP HAT DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, Albany Foundry, Albany, NY. Cast iron example marked “94” on backside, base. Marked “17” on backside, mid body. Hollow half round casting with integral solid base retaining original paint in vibrant colors. Reference: The Doorstop Book: The Encyclopedia of Doorstop Collecting by John C. Smith and Nancy M. Smith page 156. SIZE: 10″ h. CONDITION: Fine patina with minor abrasions otherwise very good untouched condition. 49140-61 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3110

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3111

EXCEPTIONAL “PENGUIN WITH BOW TIE AND TOP HAT” DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, Hubley foundry, Lancaster PA. Marked “463” inside. Hollow two piece casting retaining original paint. Reference: The Doorstop Book: The Encyclopedia of Doorstop Collecting by John C. Smith and Nancy M. Smith page 101. SIZE: 10″ h. CONDITION: With few and minor abrasions, evidently a “shelf piece”. Never used as a doorstop. Excellent untouched condition. 49140-51 (500-1,000) – Lot 3111

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3112

RARE AFRICAN AMERICAN JOCKEY DOORSTOP.

Circa 1920, American. Unknown foundry. Full bodied solid casting on attached hollow plinth base with original paint. Reference: The Doorstop Book: The Encyclopedia of Doorstop Collecting by John C. Smith and Nancy M. Smith page 212. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Surfaces with minor abrasions, very good untouched condition. 49140-41 (800-1,600) – Lot 3112

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3113

AMUSING NAIVE CARVING OF A TIGER.

Probably American, 2nd half 20th century. Outsider school. Legs and tail are composed of crudely carved sections of tree limb, the body from a tree trunk. It is assembled with nails with some use of filler. Eyes are applied buttons, applied carved ears. Associated with a black painted modern display block. This tiger closely resembles a leopard featured in “American Folk Sculpture” by Robert Bishop, published in 1974, by E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York, page 1 & prologue page. A copy of this book is included with the lot. SIZE: 24″ h x 56″ l x 13″ w. Box: 20″ w x 41″ l x 18″ w. CONDITION: Good with significant paint losses and some losses to filler at joints. 49240-8 (6,000-8,000) – Lot 3113

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3114

CARVED & PAINTED OUTSIDER ART BEAR PLAQUE BY FELIPE ARCHULETA (Mexican/American, 1910-1991).

The repurposed bureau top painted green and used as a backboard to support a protruding bear head and front paws. The head stylized with open mouth and red mouth, nose & ears. SIZE: Backboard: 18″ h x 34″ w x 13-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Backboard with damage, otherwise good. 49240-7 (2,000-3,500) – Lot 3114

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3115

LOT OF SIX CARVED FIGURES.

Lot consisting of two life size Tobacconist style carved chief figures, two ship figure head style carvings, a mermaid architectural figure and a crude counter top Native American figure. SIZE: Tallest is 77″ t. Shortest is 25″ t. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Generally good with age cracks and some paint losses to all. 49354-4 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 3115

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3116

CARVED CIGAR STORE INDIAN.

American 20th century. Depicted clasping a bundle of cigars in proper left hand, right hand is resting on war club. Well detailed carving with feather plume head dress, bear claw necklace, earrings and blanket, etc. On a platform base with advertising for “Charles Beam and Sons/Imported Cigars” on front and on sides it says 5 cent/10 cent cigars. SIZE: 81″ h x 20″ w x 20″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Good condition with layered paint. Surface contrived to look old and refreshed. 49354-7 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3116

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3117

TWO CARVED DANDY FIGURES.

Second half of the 20th century in the style of Tobacconist figures circa 1900. Both are wearing Bowler hats, bow ties with ruffled shirts and buttoned waist coats. Probably of a tropical origin based on wood. SIZE: Taller is 61″ t x 22 w x 17″ d. Shorter is 45″ t x 14″ w x 15″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Good with age cracks and separations. Natural unpainted surfaces show weathering. 49354-3 (1,500-2,100) – Lot 3117

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3118

LARGE SCALE CARVED AND PAINTED EMPEROR PENGUIN.

Probably French, 20th century. A trade stimulator carving from a restaurant. SIZE: 49″ h x 24″ d x 16-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Losses to gesso and paint to many areas, approximately 20%. 1064-4 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 3118

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3119

CARVED & PAINTED WOOD MODEL OF A TROPHY 43″ ATLANTIC SALMON.

Unsigned, Circa 1930’s. Mounted on a water painted rounded end backboard. SIZE: 48″ x 18-1/2″ overall. CONDITION: Very good. 49240-5 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3119

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3120

UNCLE SAM CARVED AND PAINTED MAILBOX HOLDER.

The standing Uncle Sam in red, white and blue outfit wearing top hat, has both arms out front to hold the mailbox (not present). Presently mounted to a white painted wood box. SIZE: Without box 58-1/2″ h. With box 64-1/2″ h. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Weathered surface, old slice of top of had, otherwise very good. 49055-100 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3120

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3121

RARE TROLLEY CAR CANDLELIGHT.

Circa 1900 American carved and painted model of a trolley car with lozenge shaped side panels marked “United”. The numeral “5” at each end. The car fitted with colored wavy glass windows, the hinged top opening to reveal tin candle socket. The whole raised on wooden wheels retains original dry painted surfaces. SIZE: 11″ h x 20-1/2″ l x 8-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Minor age shrinkage cracks and minor denting to tin work. Good untouched condition. 49140-6 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3121

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3122

FABULOUS AND UNUSUAL TRAMP ART FRAME.

The rectangular shaped frame in a layered diamond pattern has a number of glass front compartments filled with gilt seashells. 1 diamond shape in each corner and each side having 4 horizontal shell shadow boxes. 19th century. Possibly made during a sailor’s voyage. SIZE: 45″ h x 36″ w. Inside frame 27-3/4″ h x 20″ w. CONDITION: The wood work with a wonderful dark honey brown patina. The glass all intact. The shell area with some shell deterioration and movement of some shells. 49116-6 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 3122

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3123

WONDERFUL TRAMP ART CARVED HANGING SPICE CHEST.

Circa 1900, Pennsylvania. The walnut cabinet front with bold stepped crest carved with a starburst centering a hex symbol with a zig-zag carved border. The cabinet fitted with short drawers carved with rayed fans at the corners all with a zig-zag border and conforming rayed fans. Original knobs. The pine case with dark patina. SIZE: 12-1/2″ h x 9″ w x 4-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good, untouched condition. 49140-111 (400-800) – Lot 3123

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3124

LARGE MUTT & JEFF WHIRLIGIG.

American. Depicting a whimsical “Mutt kicking “Jeff” when in contact with the propeller at the head of the shaft that ends with a stylized flame. Mounted on a wood stand. SIZE: 22″ h x 55″ l. CONDITION: Soiling and faded painted surfaces. Loss to front of boot on one figure. 49371-3 (500-1,000) – Lot 3124

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3125

CARVED NUDE FIGURE SIGNED “WL BOUREAU”.

California, Circa 1955. Kneeling woman gazing with raised arms and up-cast expression. Carved in exotic wood, signed on integral base “WL Boureau”. SIZE: 17-1/2″ t x 5-1/4″ dia. CONDITION: Good. 49240-12 (600-800) – Lot 3125

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3126

FOLK ART CARVED AND PAINTED BARN WITH HORSES AND HAY WAGON.

The open sided barn having stalls for two horses, which are present. The horses are simulated pull toys mounted on base with wheels. An angle slatted hay wagon is seen behind white gate. Stairs lead up to the hay loft with floor door. Shingled roof. SIZE: 14″ h x 21-1/2″ w x 11-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Some loss to paint and some nicks and chips. Very good. 49371-6 (400-600) – Lot 3126

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3127

FOLK ART CARVED & PAINTED WOOD FOUR-HORSE STAGECOACH.

The horses painted in gray & dark gray spots in two teams pulling a red-wheel natural stained coach with two drivers and one man riding “shotgun”. Two figures inside. All mounted on a blue painted molded edge base. SIZE: Overall: 10-1/2″ h x 40-1/2″ l x 9-1/4″ w. CONDITION: Some minor repairs, cracking to some paint, very good. 49371-5 (300-500) – Lot 3127

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3128

MAN PEDALING AN AIRSHIP WHIRLIGIG TOGETHER WITH MAN IN TOP HAT WHIRLIGIG.

1) American circa 1935 whimsical manufactured example with good weathered painted surface. Largely intact condition. Aluminum and steel construction. Mounted to a cast iron “Star Sprinkler Corp.” bell cover. 2) Circa 1925 stylized elongated dandy with whimsical and pleasing attitude. Polychrome surface with brown hat, red jacket, white pants with blue stripe and black shoes. Mounted on a green faux marbleized base SIZE: 1) 38″ l x 33″ h. 2) 23-3/4″ h x 4″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: 1) Some cracks to tail vane. General imperfections from the weather. 2) Good condition with repaired crack to one forearm. Front portion of shoes restored. 49055-61 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3128

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3129

PORCELAIN “STOP THE VOTE!” POLICEMAN CARICATURE.

Unmarked 20th century, shows a squat policeman with extended over sized arm, with title on base. SIZE: 3-1/4″ h x 6-1/2″ l. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Very good. 49055-19 (800-1,200) – Lot 3129

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3130

SHADOWBOX FRAMED COLLAGE PICTURE BY A. VANREMOORTEL 1885.

The picture made from pounded bark palm fronds? and fur, the scene shows a family under a palm tree with goats, dog, children and adults. The tree is next to a house and a man is seen in background with a hatchet. The deep frame has a red velvet interior liner, ormolu accents with a title and artist plaque “L’Enfance De Paul Et Virgine” A. Vanremoortel 1885. SIZE: 23-3/4″ h x 26-3/4″ w x 5-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Some losses to ormolu and frame edge, otherwise good. 49117-3 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 3130

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3131

ANTIQUE CAST IRON HITCHING POST IN THE FORM OF A BLACK MAN.

This original antique hitching post has been repainted at one time long ago, and features a black man dressed in a vest with a ring in his hand for hitching your horse. On original cast iron base. SIZE: Approx: 38-1/2” h. CONDITION: Generally very good. 49421-49 (400-650) – Lot 3131

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3132

PRIMITIVE FOLK CARVED PRIMITIVE MONKEY.

This primitive folky carved monkey with carved facial features. Also dressed with tacked on leather britches. The entire piece exhibits a fair amount of age and retains its original all over red/brown paint. SIZE: 37” l. CONDITION: Some of the joints are loose and some chips to the hands. Shows age 49421-13 (300-500) – Lot 3132

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3133

ANTIQUE CARVED WOODEN PLAQUE OF A LARGE BROOK TROUT, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY.

The plaque depicts a 21” trout with open mouth mounted on an oval board. Both the carving of the fish and the plaque have a natural varnish surface and never was painted. SIZE: Overall size including plaque approx. 30” long x approx. 11” high. CONDITION: The dorsal fin of fish missing. 49421-92 (300-500) – Lot 3133

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3134

OLD WOODEN COMPOSITION FOLK ART PUPPET.

This handmade puppet features a Pinocchio type figure with elongated nose having articulated wooden appendages and dressed in an old fabric costume. SIZE: Approx. 23” h. CONDITION: Discoloration to painted surfaces. Fabric soiled. Small damage to the back of the head. 49421-82 (150-250) – Lot 3134

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3135

FINE FRENCH GILT CURIO CABINET BY PAINE FURNITURE.

This delicate French curio cabinet with bowed sides and bowed door, features acanthus columns and much elaborate ornamentation. Retains original Paine Furniture, Boston, MA label on reverse. SIZE: 26-1/2” wide x 13-1/2” deep x 55” high. CONDITION: A couple of minor losses of gesso work, gilt very strong overall. 49421-7 (800-1,200) – Lot 3135

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3136

ORIGINAL OLD WOOD FISH WEATHERVANE FROM THE SOUTH WOLFBORO MEETING HOUSE, WOLFBORO, NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Wood fish carved from single plank appears to be oak or chestnut. Sheet steel fins. Tail has metal reinforced top and bottom edge. Approximately 20-30% of painted surface is worn off on fish and still is on fins. Large carved wood ball on both top and bottom. Large directionals are attached to 12′ rod. SIZE: 56″l. CONDITION: Structurally good. 49421-40 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3136

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3137

ITHACA DOUBLE DIAL HORTONS PATENT CALENDAR SHELF CLOCK.

Circa 1870, patented 1866 Ithaca Clock Company, Ithaca, NY. The walnut domed case applied with burl panels. The edge molded, the upper dial with Roman numeral chapter ring and time strike apparatuses, above the secondary dial with 31 day outer ring and apparatuses for the day of the week and month of the year. The original dial face with company logo above, “H.B. Hortons Patent/April 18, 1865 and August 28, 1866/ Ithaca Calendar Clock Company/Ithaca, N.Y.”. SIZE: 25” h x 11-1/2” w x 4-1/2” d. CONDITION: With original old finish, overall generally good. Original dials. 49421-90 (750-850) – Lot 3137

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3138

WELCH COMPANY WALL REGULATOR SIMPLE CALENDAR CLOCK, LAST QUARTER OF THE 19TH CENTURY.

The walnut case with incise scroll decoration centering a calendar dial; time only. 8 day movement pendulum. SIZE: 34-1/2” l x 14-3/4” w x 5-3/4” d. CONDITION: Some restoration to the case. Case has been finished and oiled. 49421-89 (400-600) – Lot 3138

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3139
Revised: 8/25/2015

Please Note: There is a panel cracked in the lower left corner.

BEAUTIFUL FIGURAL LEADED & STAINED GLASS WINDOW.

Wonderful leaded and stained window has border trim of nicely mottled purple glass with a ribbon and bow of light blue glass and sides with scrolls and Fleur de lis set with jewels. The center panel depicts a young hunter with bow and arrow carrying his game. Panel is painted with background of mountains, trees and birds in the sky. The window is mounted in its own light box. SIZE: Window approx. 28” x 34”. Overall 33” x 38-1/2”. CONDITION: Slight bowing to the leaded panel, otherwise very good. 49421-20 (2,500-4,000) – Lot 3139

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3140

LARGE LEADED GLASS WINDOW.

Beautiful half-round leaded glass window features stylized peacock feather design. The feathers are done in mottled amber, blue and gray glass terminating in striated blue turquoise blue circles. Peacock tail design is framed by a border of light amber rippled glass and a section lighter border of clear rippled glass. Window is housed in what appears to be its original wooden frame. SIZE: 75″ w x 49-1/4″ t overall. Window is 71″ w x 45″ t. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with some minor solder repair. 49421-95 (750-1,250) – Lot 3140

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3141

OUTSTANDING PAIR OF LARGE FRENCH STYLE ORMOLU MOUNTED MARBLE TOP PEDESTALS.

Tapered square cut corner pedestals have a large rams head and scroll leaf mount to each corner. Burl panels are decorated with various large ormolu mounts including wreath, musical instruments, flaming torch and more. Nice veneers throughout. An octagon formed top has inset green molded edge marble. All resting on four claw feet. SIZE: 56” h x 19” at widest. CONDITION: Very good. 49421-28 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3141

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3142

LOUIS XVI STYLE DISPLAY CABINET.

Late 19th century. The rectangular cabinet with serpentine door and bowed sides all with conforming glass panels. The case with pierced gilt metal gallery above a frieze with gilt metal mounts of scrolling vinery. The glass panels all with gilt metal foliate surrounds. The interior, velvet lined, with mirror back fitted with single glass shelf. Raised on slender cabriole legs joined to single medial shelf terminating in gilt metal sabots. The whole with a mahoganized finish. SIZE: 56″ h x 26-1/2″ w x 16-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good overall with original surfaces. Normal and expected wear throughout. 49421-14 (800-1,200) – Lot 3142

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3143

EARLY 19TH CENTURY CARVED MAHOGANY DUNCAN PHYFE STYLE SOFA.

Sofa fitted with carved mahogany rolled back and having upholstered scrolled arms with carved mahogany frontice. The scrolled frontice ornamented with an acanthus leaf and the sofa supported by 2 well carved hairy paw foot legs fitted with wings. The sofa in an old salmon upholstery. SIZE: 84” w x 31-1/2” h to back splat. Seat 24” d x 17-1/2” h. CONDITION: Upholstery shows age and use. Otherwise generally good. 49421-55 (600-900) – Lot 3143

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3144
Revised: 8/20/2015

Please note: We are told that Jesse Mortford worked for Coalport and later Davenport, not Worcester and therefore this is not Worcester.

HAND PAINTED SIGNED OLD WORCESTER PLAQUE.

This mid-19th century plaque titled, “Sunday Morning”, and signed Jesse Mortford and dated 1857. A very old museum-type paper label affixed to the reverse and states, “Old Worcester Plaque with cleverly executed landscape, by Jesse Mortford signed 1857 a clever work”. Depicts an early European village scene with a church in the background and numerous figures in the street. SIZE: 10” h x 8” w. CONDITION: Generally very good. 49421-80 (700-900) – Lot 3144

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3145

FINE LIMOGES PAINTED PLAQUE OF HORSE.

Hand-painted tile depicting a working horse, possibly a Percheron, with harness, reins and work equipment. The horse is standing in a slightly barren field, and the overall plaque is painted in soft hues of blue, gray, brown and other earthen colors. The workmanship is of very high quality. Artist signed “Hodkinson”. Plaque is mounted in a frame. SIZE: Framed 17″ x 14″. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with two minor touch-ups to sky area. 49421-93 (800-1,200) – Lot 3145

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3146

“THE CHICAGO PITCHER”, A JASPERWARE PITCHER BY COPELAND SPODE.

Circa 1893. A commemorative blue and white Jasper pitcher designed by Frank E. Burley to commemorate the history of the city of Chicago. This limited edition, example number 413, is decorated overall with vignettes of moments in Chicago’s history including the Great Fire and ending with the Colombian Exposition of 1893. It is accompanied by copies of the Burley & Co. brochure introducing the piece and sold with each example. SIZE: 8-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 49421-72 (500-900) – Lot 3146

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3147
Revised: 8/21/2015

Please note: The large popogo with zig zag design has a couple of breaks on the rim.

LOT OF 8 NATIVE AMERICAN BASKETS.

Comprised of two Popogo baskets, three Hopi baskets, one Haida baskets and two Northern California baskets including a bottle basket that reads “Hill Hill”. SIZE: Largest is 11″w x 7-1/2″ h. Smallest is 6-1/4″ w x 4-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Overall good condition some with staining and rim warping. 49219-1 (150-250) – Lot 3147

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3148

APACHE GATHERING BASKET FROM THE TAOS, NEW MEXICO MUSEUM.

Last quarter of the 19th century with reinforced rim and rawhide lashing. SIZE: 16″ w x 15-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Fair condition with rim damage and in-use wear. 49240-1 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3148

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3149

LOT OF SIX NORTHWEST COAST BASKETS.

1) Polychrome Tlingit berry basket. 2) Three Makah baskets. 3) Rough Klamath lid. 4) Very finely woven Karok basket. 5) Very fine miniature woven basket. SIZE: Size varies largest being 7-1/4″ w x 6″ l to smallest being 1/2″ w x 1/2″ l. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Good condition with some splits. 3) Poor condition. 4) Very good condition. 5) Very good. 49219-6 (800-1,200) – Lot 3149

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3150

GROUP OF VERY FINE EARLY 20TH CENTURY HOPI POTS.

1) Fine small polychrome seed pot olla with feather and corn design. 2) Very fine polychrome bowl with feather and geometric type design. Signed Nampayo on side. 3) Rare large polychrome Nampayo style hopi seed pot olla with feather and bird design. SIZE: 1) 2-3/4″ h x 5-1/4″ w. 2) 2-1/2″ h x 7-5/8″ w. 3) 7-1/2″ h x 12-1/2″ w. CONDITION: 1) Very good, minor abrasions. 2) Abrasions to the paint, two small chips on the rim. Abrasions to the paint on the outside, wear n the bottom- All minor. 3) Very good with one chip at the rime, minor abrasion. 49219-10 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3150

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3151

VERY FINE LATE 19TH CENTURY APACHE BASKETRY BOWL.

With geometric and human and animal motifs. SIZE: 4-1/2″ h x 15″ w. CONDITION: Two stitches missing from rim. 49355-42 (3,200-4,000) – Lot 3151

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3152

FINE APACHE BOWL TOGETHER WITH MAZE PATTERN PIMA BASKET.

1) Apache bowl is very finely woven with stepped triangle design. 2) Pima flared bowl is in maze design. SIZE: 1) 15-1/2″ w x 4-1/4″ h. 2) 16-1/2″ w x 5-1/2″ h. CONDITION: 1) Very good with minor stitch loss to the rim. 2) Very good. 49219-8 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3152

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3153

NAVAJO THIRD PHASE CIRCA 1910 CHIEFS STYLE TRANSITIONAL BLANKET.

Transitional Chiefs style blanket with red, black and white soft yarn. In typical nine spot 3rd phase pattern. SIZE: 59″ w x 49″ l. CONDITION: Good. Very minor bleed. Two small areas of repair. Modern crocheted edge applied later. Some yarn loss. 49219-9 (800-1,200) – Lot 3153

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3154

FIVE NATIVE AMERICAN BASKETS.

Including very fine Washo/Paiute, Pomo and Klamath baskets. SIZE: Largest 6″ w x 3-1/4″ h. Smallest 1-3/4″ x 1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good condition. 49219-3 (500-600) – Lot 3154

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3155

THREE NORTHWEST KLAMATH AND KAROK BASKETS.

Finely woven polychrome step pattern designs. SIZE: Largest 7-1/4″ w x 4-3/4″ h. Smallest is 3″ w x 2-1/4″ h. CONDITION: All in very good condition. 49219-2 (500-700) – Lot 3155

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3156

FOUR NATIVE AMERICAN BASKETS.

Including rare large Hupa polychrome basket, oval Klamath basket, contemporary Apache burden basket and South American tray. SIZE: Largest 13-1/4″ w x 8″ h. Smallest 8″ w x 4-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Largest basket is in good condition, burden basket in good condition, Klamath has rim breaks. 49219-7 (300-500) – Lot 3156

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3157

SIBERIAN ESKIMO DOLL.

Early 20th century. Comprised of early trade cloth with minimal bead decoration wearing a seal gut skin dress. SIZE: 9″ h x 6″ w. CONDITION: Minor insect damage. 49355-15 (75-125) – Lot 3157

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3158

ESKIMO BONE PIPE.

Second half 19th century. Finely etched with geometric zoomorphic motifs. Showing good yellowing age. Bowl is dovetailed into main part of pipe. SIZE: 13-1/4″ l x 2″ h. CONDITION: Good. 49355-28 (800-1,200) – Lot 3158

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3159

LATE 19TH CENTURY TLINGIT TOTEM POLE.

Finely carved showing great patina. Very nice dry original paint in red, blue black. Bird on top with beaver mask and humanoid bottom figure with hands clasped. SIZE: 15″ h x 3″ w. CONDITION: Chips to bottom. 49355-19 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3159

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3160

CONTEMPORARY NORTHWEST COAST “PUGIS AND KINGFISHER” CARVED AND DECORATED MASK BY BILL HENDERSON WITH TWO PLAINS ROACHES.

Contemporary carved and painted cedar mask. Beaver face surrounded by birds head and wings. Typical northwest coast design. Roaches are late 19th early 20th century, comprised of porcupine quills and dyed deer hair and yarn. SIZE: Mask overall 20″ w x 20″ l. CONDITION: Mask is in very good condition. Roaches are in good condition. 1053-7 (600-800) – Lot 3160

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3161

LARGE NAVAHO COIN SILVER SECOND PHASE CONCHO BELT.

Circa 1910. Comprised of seven conchos on a buckle. Wonderfully tooled hammered coin silver conchos set with green to blue stones mounted on original leather belt. SIZE: Conchos: 3-1/2″ x 4-1/2″. Buckle: 2-5/8″ x 3-1/2″. Overall 48″ l. PROVENANCE: From an old Colorado collection. CONDITION: Good, possibly old replaced stone in buckle. 49355-23 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 3161

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3162

RARE AND FINE 1ST EDITION, 1ST ISSUE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS BY GEORGE CATLIN.

Two volumes octavo. Over 500 pages, 3 maps and 309 illustrations from Catlin’s original paintings on 177 plates. This very popular set of books was published numerous times after this original 1841 London 1st edition. This set is in fine condition; 3/4 calf binding with marbled boards. Spines have raised ribs with gilt title and decorations. Catlin traveled throughout the Great Plains from 1830 to 1836 and produced more than 500 paintings and sketchings based on his travels. Catlin’s association with General William Clark, former leader of the Lewis and Clark expedition and Governor of Missouri, led him to the west. Here he wandered, virtually alone and painted some 48 Indian tribes. Often one of the first whites to encounter the tribe, he lived with them and recorded their daily life and secret ceremonies. This is his most important literary work and a foundation work of Western Americana. The original pieces of art were exhibited in the United States and Europe starting in 1837 culminating in his best known books which we are offering here. CONDITION: Fine and tight with minor soiling on front of volume 2. Some rubbing and scuffing to high areas of bindings. Wear and reductions especially to corners and top and bottom edges of spine. Hinges are tight; insignificant yellowing and foxing. Book plates are found inside front covers of each book “William Barwick Hodge” 1802-1882. William Barwick Hodge, a noted actuary and statistician. 49129-2 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3162

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3163

TWO PLAINS CATLINITE PIPE HEADS.

Late 19th century. 1) Horse effigy finely carved with a saddle. 2) Catlinite tea pipe showing good in use wear. SIZE: 1) 6-5/8″ l x 2-7/8″ h. 2) 7″ l x 4″ h. CONDITION: 1) Chip in side, minor chip to the saddle pommel, showing very good patina and in use wear. 2) Good. 49355-32 (800-1,000) – Lot 3163

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3164

NAVAJO THIRD PHASE SILVER TURQUOISE CONCHO BELT.

Circa 1920-1930. Comprised of orig buckle, six conchos backed with original leather and five butterflies. Strung on a more modern belt. Handstamped. Very nice old green to blue stones(one stone chipped). Unsigned. SIZE: Conchos: 3-1/4″ w x 4-1/8″ l. Buckle: 4″ l x 2-3/4″ w. CONDITION: Overall condition is good. 48998-1 (400-600) – Lot 3164

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3165

19TH CENTURY PENOBSCOT CHIP CARVED LAUNDRY STICK.

Showing chip carved with heart and diamond patterns, very good patina, probably birch. SIZE: Overall 27-1/2″ l x 3-1/4″ w. CONDITION: Check in the center, crack and small chip, otherwise good. 49355-34 (300-400) – Lot 3165

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3166

NAVAJO TWO-GRAY HILL RUG.

Elaborate pattern with step serrated chevrons outlined with triangular motif border. SIZE: 64″ l x 25″ w. CONDITION: Stain, corner damage on one corner. 49355-45 (200-300) – Lot 3166

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3167

NEZ PERCE CORNHUSK BAG.

Late 19th century. With dyed geometric designs some imbricated yarn. Designs differ front to back. Showing good patina. SIZE: 19″ l x 14″ w. CONDITION: Good. 49355-39 (250-350) – Lot 3167

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3168

UNUSUAL NAVAJO TWILL WEAVE DOUBLE SADDLE BLANKET.

Early 19th century, with very unusual finely woven twill weave design in several patterns, comprised of small interlocking diamonds with red stripes, in yellow, green, black and red. SIZE: 49″ l x 29-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Edge frays, small hole, some yarn loss. 49355-46 (300-500) – Lot 3168

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3169

CHILD’S SEMINOLE PATCHWORK JACKET AND SKIRT ALONG WITH THREE POSTCARDS.

Circa 1940’s. The skirt is brightly stitched fabric with glades cross mission motif, . The shirt typical patchwork brightly colored fabric designs. Seminoles in various poses and canoes on three postcards. SIZE: Skirt 16″ l x 30″ at hem. Shirt overall 13-1/2″ sleeves 35″ tip to tip. CONDITION: Skirt in good condition with seam coming apart. Shirt has small loose area on one seam, otherwise good. Postcards are in excellent condition. 49355-40 (150-250) – Lot 3169

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3170

PLAINS BUFFALO HIDE BOX AND BORDER ROBE.

2nd half 19th century, painted and etched elaborate box and border design in yellow, blue and red pigments. Thread sewn center seam. Reverse with scattered tufts of buffalo hair still present. SIZE: Overall 67″ w x 86″ l. CONDITION: Areas of staining, several tears, some edge loss, and moth grazing. Seam has been restitched in areas. 49355-2 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3170

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3171

TWO MID 19TH CENTURY WOODLAND’S MOCCASINS.

Adult pair has unusual abstract design beaded on early trade cloth applied to deer skin bottoms. Youths pair is finely beaded in a geometrical design on deer skin with early trade cloth cuffs. SIZE: Adult 10″ l x 4″ w. Youth 7″ l x 2-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Adult condition is good. Youths center seam repair, old collection mark on bottom, small split in hide on bottom. 49355-27 (500-700) – Lot 3171

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3172

GREAT LAKES INDIAN MAPLE LADLE.

Second half 19th Century, Great Lakes. Large bowl with pierced handle, finely carved with a hook on top of handle. SIZE: 11” l x 4-1/4” w. CONDITION: Very good patina. Shows good in use wear, small chip on bowls rim otherwise good. 49355-50 (300-500) – Lot 3172

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3173

LOT OF FIVE NAVAJO RUGS.

1) Red, white, black and gray eye dazzler Navajo rug. 2) Red, white, black, gray and brown eye dazzler Navajo rug. 3) Red, white, gray and black stacked triangle overlay design Navajo rug. 4) Circa 1910. Dark brown, light brown and white Navajo rug comprised of crosses and Greek key border. 5) Circa 1940. Red, gray, tan, white and black Navajo rug in a stacked chevron pattern. SIZE: 1) 42″ w x 70″ l. 2) 41″ w x 62″ l. 3) 47″ w x 66″ l. 4) 33″ w x 102″ l. 5) 44″ w x 75″ l. CONDITION: Conditions vary. Staining, yarn loss and bleeding. 4) Fair condition. Moth deterioration and yarn loss. 5) Good oondition with staining and some edge fray. 49219-13, 49219-14 (700-1,000) – Lot 3173

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3174

ESKIMO ATTU BASKET.

19th century, Rare, very finely woven grass basket with yarn imbricated in green, red and brown with knob top. SIZE: 9-1/4″ h. x 6-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Good, some yarn loss. 49355-41 (350-550) – Lot 3174

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3175

NAVAJO REGIONAL RUG.

Typical diamond step pattern in red, brown, white and camel. SIZE: 74″ l x 43-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Minor bleed and some fading. 49355-47 (250-350) – Lot 3175

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3176

NASKAPI LARGE OVAL BENT WOOD COVERED BOX.

Rare large size, mid 19th century, spruce, with faded curved linear design on both sides. Lined with early newspaper. Spruce root lashed laps. SIZE: 20-1/2″ l x 14″ w. 8-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Chips to lid, surface abrasion, chips on bottom of box. 49355-7 (200-300) – Lot 3176

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3177

FINE CARVED CHERRY CROOKED KNIFE.

Second quarter of the 19th Century, New England. The scrolling chip carved handle with thumb grip fitted with a forged iron blade with iron wire wrapping. SIZE: 8-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Excellent, untouched condition with no restoration or imperfections. 49140-79 (500-800) – Lot 3177

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3178

THREE 19TH CENTURY SOUTHERN PLAINS BEADED ITEMS.

Including 1) Late 19th century. A large Ute knife sheath in blue, green and white beads on deerskin with rawhide liner. 2) Late 19th century. Sioux strike lite bag beaded with a white background, pink and cobalt beads, tin cone danglers, reverse with yellow background. 3) First quarter 20th century, Southern Plains. Geometric designs in clear green, white, yellow and clear red. SIZE: 1) 10-1/2″ l x 3-1/2″ w. 2) 6″ l x 3-1/4″ w including fringe. 3) 6-1/2″ l x 3″ w including fringe. CONDITION: 1) Areas of loose beads. 2) Good, some tin cone loss. 3) Good. 49355-29 (350-500) – Lot 3178

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3179

IROQUOIS EFFIGY SPOON.

Late 19th century. Walnut. Untouched surface with chip carved and stylized bird handle. SIZE: 10″ h x 4″ w. CONDITION: Wear to the bowl, chip. 49355-20 (500-700) – Lot 3179

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3180

MID 19TH CENTURY BEADED MALISEET.

Beautiful bag with hearts and floral motif. Very fine small beads on early trade cloth. Trimmed with silk ribbon. SIZE: 6″ l x 5-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Fraying to silk rope, beads are good. 49355-22 (350-450) – Lot 3180

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3181

FINE OJIBWA KNIFE SHEAF.

First half 19th century. Wonderful floral pattern on greasy yellow background. Beaded. Decorated with tin cone danglers. SIZE: 10-1/2″ l x 3-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Split to hide on bottom of back, some danglers missing. 49355-25 (600-800) – Lot 3181

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3182

PAIR OF APACHE MOCCASINS.

late 19th century. Deer skin on hard sole bottoms, painted with blue and yellow pigment, white heart reds, whites, blue, green and yellow bead decoration. SIZE: 10″ l x 4″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 49355-26 (700-900) – Lot 3182

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3183

SOUTHERN CHEYENNE BEADED MOCCASINS.

Last quarter 19th century. Hard soled with two lines of fine beads with fringe running down the camp. SIZE: 10-1/2″ l x 4″ w each. CONDITION: Staining and some dryness to the fringe, minor fringe loss. 49355-24 (200-300) – Lot 3183

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3184

GREAT LAKES DECORATED SPOON.

late 19th century. Lakes finely carved with heart and diamond incised design. Warm old patina. SIZE: 8″ l x 2-1/4″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 49355-31 (350-550) – Lot 3184

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3185

LOT OF FIVE NAVAJO RUGS AND ONE GERMANTOWN RUG.

1) Red, white, black and gray with eye dazzler pattern Navajo rug. 2) Red, white, black, orange and gray with serrated diamond pattern Navajo rug. 3) Red, black, gray and white with diamond overlay pattern Navajo rug. 4) Circa 1890 orange, red, green, white and purple in eye dazzler pattern 4 ply Germantown rug. 4) Circa 1920. Brown, black and white Navajo in stacked diamond pattern saddle blanket size rug. 5) Circa 1940. Large Navajo rug comprised of interlocking step designs outlined by serrated diamonds. Bold brown, white and black. SIZE: 1) 38″ w x 66″ l. 2) 43″ w x 64″ l. 3) 75″ w x 40″ l. 4) 33″ w x 52″ l. 5) 64″ w x 88″ l. CONDITION: 1-3) Fair condition including, bleeding, yarn loss, and fading. 4) Good with some edge problems 5) Fair with bleeding, edge fraying, yarn loss. 49219-11, 49219-15 (600-800) – Lot 3185

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3186

LOT OF TWO BLANKETS AND THREE RUGS.

Lot consists of 2 Pendleton camp blankets, 2 small Navajo rugs and 1 Mexican rug. 1) Pendleton yellow, orange, white, burgundy, red and tan in striped Indian design camp blanket. 2) Pendleton green, red, purple, white and yellow in banded Indian design camp blanket. 3) Tan, white, gray, brown and black serrated diamond Navajo rug. 4) Brown, white, tan and black serrated diamond Navajo rug. 5) Maroon, white and black chevron pattern Mexican blanket. SIZE: 1) 57″ w x 61″ l. 2) 59″ w x 67″ l. 3) 34″ w x 44″ l. 4) 22″ w x 44″ l. 5) 19″ w x 60″ l. CONDITION: Conditions vary from very good to fair. 49219-12 (75-150) – Lot 3186

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3187

VICTORIAN FIGURED MAHOGANY ROLLTOP DESK.

Continental, circa 1850. The upper gallery with pierced carving surmounted by a spread wing eagle with back splash, upper shelf and single width drawer above crotch veneered roll. The interior behind rolltop with two doors flanking a center door and pull out leather writing surface. With full width drawer and two drawers below. High grade book match crotch mahogany to the entirety of the front and figured straight grain to sides. Secondary wood is European pine and linden drawer. SIZE: 64-1/2″ h x 37″ w x 23-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Good with pleasing old surface and minor imperfections. 49191-78 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3187

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3188

OUTSTANDING LARGE MICRO-MOSAIC FRAMED MIRROR.

This turret corner mosaic covered wood frame has oval beveled glass mirror inset in upper right quadrant. The scene is a Venice canal scene with boat, gondolier, water and buildings. Two huge three dimensional rose and floral sprays at opposing corners with a daisy spray in upper right. Literally thousands of individual pieces make up this tour-de-force object. SIZE: 23″ h x 18-3/4″ w. CONDITION: At bottom left of mirror is a missing 2″ piece of molded edge which has lost its surrounding mosaic pieces and also continuing a line into the flowers. Bottom left frame edge missing with small sections of mosaic absent. Otherwise only some small edge areas, otherwise generally very good. 48598-1 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3188

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3189

OUTSTANDING PRESENTATION GIRANDOLE BANJO CLOCK BY FOSTER S. CAMPOS, PEMBROKE, MASS.

Typical fancy pierced hands, 6-1/2″ painted metal dial signed “Foster S. Campos, Pembroke, MA.” and black hour numbers; brass 8 day time only movement signed Foster Campos, Pembroke, MA. Steel pendulum rod, brass pulley, brass bob, lock down hardware and lead weight. Elaborate Girandole presentation banjo case has a large gilt eagle, ornate gilt base, solid brass bezel and balls, presentation throat with rope molding and gilt lower door with gilt balls, Aurora lower door signed “Moberg” reverse painted glass and reverse painted “Patent” throat glass; branded 5 88 under bottom door. SIZE: 44″ l. CONDITION: Very good, key and pendulum and weight are present. 49191-77 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3189

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3190

QUEEN ANNE STYLE CORNER CHAIR.

England, circa 1900. Stained beech chair with caned panels on back and seat. SIZE: 29″ h x 24″ w x 20″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: In generally good condition with original surface. 49055-125 (500-600) – Lot 3190

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3191

CARVED BLACK WALNUT OPEN ARM CHAIR.

Upholstered back and seat with partial upholstered arms. Grape and rose carving. SIZE: 43″ h x 26-1/2″ w (across arms) x 16″ h (seat). PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Old surface, some old repairs, good. 49055-196 (175-225) – Lot 3191

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3192

EBONIZED, INCISED AND GILDED FOLDING CHAIR IN THE AESTHETIC TASTE.

Probably New York, circa 1860-1870. Stamped “PJ Hardy NY” on iron seat support brackets. Retaining the original tape straps for arms, and gilded brass mounts in the form of archangels. An interesting mechanical folding chair of particularly high quality. SIZE: 32-1/2″ h x 25″ w x 28″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Wear, soiling, re-upholstery, loss to one applied turn finial top, otherwise very good. 49055-128 (900-1,100) – Lot 3192

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3193

“THE OLYMPIA” OAK CASED 9″ DISC MUSIC BOX WITH EXTRA RECORDS.

The hinged oak case opens to reveal a single comb mechanism with start/stop lever and slow lever. Inside of cover with decorative chromolithograph and a model tag “The Olympia”. Crank present and accompanying the box is a fine selection of 33 records. SIZE: 8-1/2″ h x 12″ w x 9-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49042-3 (500-1,000) – Lot 3193

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3194

VIOLIN BY JOSEF METZNER, SACHSEN.

Fine early 20th century violin, the back, sides, neck and head constructed of tiger maple and having a spruce wood top and varnished to a golden-brown color having the label “Model Antonius Stradivarius made by Josef Metzner, Sachsen, 1920″ having a Bausch bow and contained in its original leather hardcase. SIZE: Body 14″ L, overall 23” L. CONDITION: Very good 46206-1 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3194

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3195

REUGE SWISS CYLINDER MUSIC BOX.

This fabulous contemporary box has a case in fine veneers with musical inlays on all sides. The interior with a manufacturing label indicating this has three tunes: Fifth, Sixth and Ninth symphonies by Beethoven, in sublime harmonies. SN 4154. Comes with original key. SIZE: 8-1/2″ cylinder. 4-1/4″ h x 17-1/4″ w x 8″ d. CONDITION: Very good working order. 49480-15 (300-500) – Lot 3195

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3196

19TH CENTURY ROCOCO REVIVAL PLANT STAND AND TWO GRIFFIN ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS.

Continental, mid 19th century. Carved fruitwood, the plant stand having a motif with satyr shaft and rocaille trefid base; with two associated griffin architectural elements. SIZE: 44″ h x 20″ d at widest base. Griffin: 16″ h x 9″ d x 5″ w. CONDITION: Some small losses to carving and needs to be re-glued. 48871-2 (800-1,200) – Lot 3196

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3197

MAHOGANY CALENDAR CLOCK.

The clock is labeled “Seth Thomas Clock Company / Thomaston, Conn.” and was set at the factory at 1:00 a.m. on June 1, 1879. Clock has Roman numerals in the time keeping dial and Arabic numbers in the calendar. Painted time dial patented “Dec. 28, 1875. Calendar dial is marked “Feb. 15, 1876”. The lower dial has apertures for day of the week and month, and a single hand for date indication. Case with highly figured mahogany and mahogany veneers, with a tombstone top contour, and a single door with round glasses for the dials. Base plinth with angled transition molding and stepped base. Pendulum, bob weight, winding and door key are present. SIZE: 33″ h x 17″ w x 5″ d. CONDITION: Very good intact condition with original finish. 49191-56 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3197

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3198

OUTSTANDING 3-PIECE BRONZE AND SLATE CLOCK SET.

Late 19th, early 20th century set includes a large slate cased mantel clock with a removable 19″ h bronze group of two women reading a letter. The bronze is signed “Dubois” (Paul Dubois, French, 1829-1905). Clock movement marked “E. Lourdelet 18909”. The clock having incorporated bronze fan and swag decorated accents. The clock is accompanied by two 30-1/2″ 6-candle bronze and slate candelabra garnitures, each having a 13-1/2″ bronze figure of a woman holding candelabra with matching decoration to base. Key and pendulum present. SIZE: Clock complete: 28″ h x 18-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Clock’s back door bezel cracked. Very good. Clock in unknown working order. 49101-2 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3198

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3199

WALNUT TUCKAWAY TABLE.

English or Continental, circa 1870. The tuckaway table with trestle ends and turned medial stretchers, and swing legs on casters. The turnings paired at ends above the shoe type feet. SIZE: 6″ w folded, 42″ extended. 28″ h x 31-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good condition and appealing old surface. 49054-6 (300-500) – Lot 3199

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3200

RENAISSANCE REVIVAL WALNUT PORTFOLIO STAND WITH MECHANICAL ACTION.

3rd quarter 19th century, American. Walnut with Burl walnut applied panels and gilt incised lines. Mechanical action. SIZE: Closed 45-1/2″ h x 31″ w x 26-1/2″ d. Open 48-1/2″ w x 26″ h. CONDITION: Very good to excellent condition and finish. 1062-1 (500-700) – Lot 3200

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3201

GOOD HERIZ ORIENTAL RUG.

First half of the 20th C. 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′ 6″ x 11′ 8″. CONDITION: Even wear, good pile, earth-tone colors, loss to fringe. Probably acid washed with slight residue. Pile slightly brittle. 22690-347 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3201

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3202

CLASSICAL REVIVAL MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK.

Pennsylvania, circa first quarter of the 20th century. Dial marked on chapter ring “Bailey, Banks & Biddle Philadelphia”. The bonnet has a scrolled pediment with three finials, arched door, fretted sounding holes and free-standing fluted columns at front. The pendulum door is beveled glass with flanking engaged fluted quarter columns. The lower case with inset raised panel and bold molding at base with hairy paw feet. The movement is eight-day brass time-and-strike on chime, with subsidiary seconds dial and painted moon face. The chapter ring, hemispheres and calendar arch are silvered, the remainder in brass with gilt Arabic numerals and spandrels. The clock has the original brass cased weights, pendulum, finials, winder key and pendulum door key. SIZE: 97″ h x 23″ w x 15″ d. CONDITION: Very good with old, possibly original finish. 49050-1 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3202

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3203

FINE LARGE VICTORIAN OVAL MARBLE TOP WALNUT TABLE.

Third quarter 19th century, New York. Attributed to Thomas Brooks. The oval table with conforming white Carrera marble top above a carved and molded apron joined to heavily carved foliate base raised on four leaf carved and cut curved legs mounted with shaped, burled panels. SIZE: 29” h x 38” l x 29” w. CONDITION: Retains original cleaned surfaces, very good overall. 49486-1 (700-900) – Lot 3203

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3204

AESTHETIC MOVEMENT BRASS CENTERPIECE.

Last quarter 19th Century. Of twig form with central conical vase above tripartite tray mounted within a frame of twigs embellished with flowers, leaves and bird. The whole etched and tooled with well formed floral foliage. SIZE: 19″ h x 11″ w. CONDITION: Retains old untouched surface. Structurally good. 49331-41 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3204

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3205

NORTHWEST PERSIAN RUG.

2nd quarter 20th century, Rows of flower heads within ivory foliate tendrils on a brick red ground within 3 borders of floral rosettes and vinery. SIZE: 4′ 3″ x 6′ 3″. CONDITION: Good overall with even wear commensurate with age. 49118-8 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3205

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3206

TABRIZ ORIENTAL RUG.

2nd quarter 20th century. Nice example with rows of floral filled urns flanked by exotic birds in shades of indigo, reds, brown and sage, all within an ivory field. The multiple ivory and wine red borders with polychrome crab and tarantula devices. SIZE: 3′ 5″ x 5′ 3″ CONDITION: Good with strong rich palette. 49118-1 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3206

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3207

PATINATED BRONZE AND MARBLE INKWELL STAND.

Late 19th early 20th Century, probably France. This shaped black and green marble stand raised on ball feet, mounted with a bronze standing horse signed “P. E. DePoliere” (?) in script, flanked by lidded inkwells. SIZE: 9-1/2″ h x 16-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Marble repaired along mid-line, otherwise good. 49331-33 (800-1,200) – Lot 3207

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3208

AESTHETIC MOVEMENT URN WITH CLASSICAL GILT METAL MOUNTS.

Late 19th Century Continental. Large urn, probably silver plated, with cast and carved gilt metal mounted decorations. A stalking dragon at the neck, child fishing from a floral knoll, butterfly overhead along with birds on floral branch and a lizard on the foot rim all nicely executed. SIZE: 25″ h. CONDITION: Structurally good. Vase needs tightening, cast decorations intact, plated surface worn away. 49331-17 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3208

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3209

ANTIQUE PERSIAN SAROUK SCATTER RUG.

Nice thick pile, good fringe which has been restored. Predominant colors of burgundy red, blue & ivory. SIZE: 3′ 6″ x 5′ 1″. CONDITION: Very good. 49191-39 (500-700) – Lot 3209

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3210

RARE RENAISSANCE REVIVAL WALNUT MARBLE TOP MUSIC CABINET.

Third quarter 19th century, New England. The rectangular cabinet with conforming Carrera marble top with turret corners and molded edges above a single drawer with raised panels and foliate handle above a single door with raised panels incise carved rondels and decorative appliques flanked by acanthus carved engaged quarter columns. The door opening to a custom made maple interior fitted with storage compartments. The case fitted with a concealed drawer within the apron flanked by molded turned feet. SIZE: 41-1/2” h x 32” w x 23” d. CONDITION: Three moldings absent, panel door with shrinkage crack, otherwise good. 49486-5 (900-1,200) – Lot 3210

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3211

RENAISSANCE REVIVAL WALNUT BUTLERS SECRETARY BOOKCASE.

Second quarter 19th century, New England. In two parts, the upper book case with molded and carved cresting centering a plinth above a curvilinear molding over a pair of glass panel doors opening to shelves. Fitted to the conforming lower case with simulated top drawer hinged and opening to a baize lined writing surface, the interior fitted with drawers and pigeon hole openings fitted for stationary over a pair of paneled cupboard doors flanked by molded and carved balusters all on a molded plinth. The whole with burl walnut accent panels. SIZE: 8’11” h x 48” w x 19” d. CONDITION: Structurally all original, professionally polished with fine patina. 49486-2 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 3211

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3212

STELLA 17-1/4″ DISC BOX WITH 34 DISCS.

Nice large table top music box in mahogany case with heavily molded base & lid with large framed carving (24″ x 5-1/2″) on front, and drawer in bottom for disc storage. Inside of lid has large stencil of name “Stella”. This box has been beautifully restored & has a very pleasant tone. SIZE: 29″ w x 22″ d x 13-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Original finish and in very nice condition, except for a little normal wear. Right side may have been exposed to sun, finish is a little rough & light. All nickel is nicely polished & shows very well. Crack in lid. 16396-86 (3,500-4,500) – Lot 3212

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3213

IMPORTANT ROCOCO BELTER TYPE CARVED ROSEWOOD TURTLE TOP CENTER TABLE.

Third quarter 19th century. An important example in the manner of John Henry Belter, with insert Carara marble top within a gadrooned shaped serpentine border above the conforming molded frieze carved with scrolling flowerheads, each corner with carved pineapple pendant finial (one missing), raised on a bulbous reeded pedestal ring-turned and gadrooned, the base with floral carved paterae, raised on four scrolling foliate-carved legs, each mounted with a carved pineapple finial, and raised on casters. SIZE: 30″ h x 47-1/2″ l x 33″ w. CONDITION: Professionally refinished some time ago and restored. No damages noted. With rich brown color. 49421-11 (12,000-18,000) – Lot 3213

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3214

CLASSICAL REVIVAL MAHOGANY TALL CASE CLOCK BY J.E. CALDWELL PHILADELPHIA.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, late 19th or 1st quarter of the 20th century. The bonnet having a Classical scrolled and arched pediment with original three urn and spire finials, carved center plinth, arched door with free standing fluted columns at front and pierced fret sounding holes on sides. The waisted case has tassel-and-swag applied carving at top, fluted quarter columns flanking a beveled glass door with notched corners at the top and beaded lower molding. The lower case has a molded inset tablet with swag-and-tassel design and center shell, with carved claw feet at front. The eight-day time-and-strike movement has a composite dial of brass spandrels and Arabic numerals, engraved center portion with silvered chapter ring and calendar arch, as well as hemispheres, and is very high quality. Having a painted moon phase dial. Marked on back plate of movement, “R. Korfhage patented April 14, 1885”. Engraved on chapter ring “J.E. Caldwell & Co. Philadelphia”. Having the original blued steel hands and strike / silent function. The clock strikes on five chimes. Original lacquered brass weight and pendulum with wood shaft and brass bob weight. SIZE: 98″ h (finial) x 21-1/2″ w x 13-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Original surface appears to be intact and complete with finials, winding key and throat lock door key. 48766-1 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3214

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3215

SET OF SIX CHIPPENDALE STYLE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS.

Second quarter 20th century, probably Massachusetts. The set consisting of four side chairs and two armchairs. The serpentine crestrails above pierced and molded splats flanked by shaped styles joined to over upholstered seats with brocade fabric and brass tacks along the frontal seat rail. Raised on cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet. SIZE: Armchairs: 37” h Side chair: 36” h. Seat h 19”. PROVENANCE: An eastern Massachusetts estate near Cape Cod. CONDITION: Chairs retain original finish, structurally very good with minor abrasions and blemishes, otherwise good. 49486-3 (900-1,200) – Lot 3215

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3216

FANCY FRENCH BRASS AND GLASS BREVETE REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK.

Two repeating buttons, one for hours, one for five minute intervals. The back marked “Hands brevete S.G.D.G. 122”. SIZE: 5-3/4″ h x 4″ w x 3-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Key present. Very good. 49191-85 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3216

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3217

THREE PIECE BRASS CLOCK SET.

The lightweight brass clock case having brass works signed “Rollin of Paris No. 1651”. The dial having open bridge escapement also signed “Rollin of Paris” with two winding holes (key missing). The front with shaped beveled glass insert, chariot relief scene in brass and decorative vines. Along with the clock come two matching double handled brass urns. SIZE: Clock 14″ h x 19-3/4″ w x 6″ d. Urn 12-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Bell is loose missing nut, otherwise very good, unknown working order. 49226-10 (600-900) – Lot 3217

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3218

BRASS AND GLASS FRENCH REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK.

Repeater has front hourly repeater and back five minute repeater. Unmarked movement and dial. Numbered “462”. Accompanied by a leather traveling case marked “A Stowell & Co” with key. SIZE: With handle: 6-1/2″ h x 3-1/2″ x 3″. CONDITION: Very good. 49191-86 (600-900) – Lot 3218

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3219

WONDERFUL MARQUETRY TOP TILT TOP LAMP STAND.

The 28″ diameter top having six 4″ ovals with inlaid figures against a nighttime sky. The top divided into six matching veneered areas inlaid with flowers & vines. A 3″ black border with extensive flowering vine. Nice old patina. Base with a tapering spiral turned post supported the three scroll arched legs. SIZE: 29″ h. CONDITION: Top in very good condition. The shaft & legs have repairs & some damage. 49339-11 (800-1,200) – Lot 3219

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3220

PAIR OF BRONZE AND MARBLE CANDLESTICKS.

Second half 19th Century Eastern Europe. Each turned short candlestick mounted on a faceted pink marble base. SIZE: 8″ h. CONDITION: Good overall, retaining old surface. 49331-30 (600-800) – Lot 3220

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3221

PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRONZE CACHE POTS.

The pot stands having 3 different bronze chicken figures separated by leaf branches mounted to a trifoil round base with ring. A copper pot held in place by the ring and a bottom screw. SIZE: 5″ h x 6-1/2″ dia. at ring. CONDITION: Nut missing for copper pots, 1 chicken missing small sleeve at base for attaching securely, tarnish, otherwise good. 48842-16 (300-500) – Lot 3221

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3222

WHITE CRAPPIE FISH WEATHERVANE BY GARY BIRCH.

Late 20th century, American. Artist made with red glass marble eyes and hand riveted sheet iron construction with weathered paint and rust patenation. An appealing form accompanied by its original stand having a brass plaque on its base “White Crappie, Birch, February 2000”. SIZE: 24-3/4″ l x 14-3/4″ h. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Good. 49055-116 (3,500-4,500) – Lot 3222

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3223

IRON FRONT MANTEL CLOCK.

8-day time & strike movement, Circa 1860. Mother of pearl inlay with gold decoration. Key present. SIZE: 22″ h x 15″ at widest. CONDITION: Original untouched condition with some finish loss, nice patina. Unknown working order. 49042-31 (400-600) – Lot 3223

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3224

PARQUETRY ROCKING ARM CHAIR.

American, circa 1920. Fine folk art example with geometric contrasting inlays throughout. SIZE: 41″ h x 20″ d x 28″ w. CONDITION: Very good intact original condition and finish. 1062-14 (200-300) – Lot 3224

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3225

BRASS AND GLASS CARRIAGE CLOCK SOLD BY BIGELOW, KENNARD & CO, BOSTON.

The works marked “Made specially for Bigelow Kennard & Co., Boston”. Also “J. G. & Co. first quality 2883”. Dial also signed “Bigelow Kennard & Co.”. Accompanied by a traveling case marked by the same company. Key is present. SIZE: 5-1/4″ h x 3-3/4″ w x 3-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Case “as is”. Clock very good. 49191-88 (800-1,200) – Lot 3225

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3226

FRENCH BRASS AND GLASS REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK BY ARNEX.

The front dial marked “Arnex 8 Repeater 11 Jewels Made in France” with two dials. Key is present. SIZE: 5-1/2″ h x 4″ w x 3-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49191-87 (600-900) – Lot 3226

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3227

FRENCH EMPIRE STYLE GILT BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK.

White enameled dial with two key holes centered on four columns with spiral decoration. Stepped base resting on four bun feet. Pendulum and key present. SIZE: 19-3/4″ h x 10″ w x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49191-82 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3227

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3228

CURVED GLASS MAHOGANY CHINA CABINET WITH MIRRORED BACK.

American, circa 1900. Spiral carved front legs with foliate designs. Single flat front door with flanking stationary curved glass panels. Four wood shelves present with double plate grooves. SIZE: 63″ h x 49″ w x 16″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Very good condition with old/original finish. 49055-183 (400-600) – Lot 3228

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3229

LOCOMOTIVE WEATHERVANE WITH TENDER.

Mid 20th century example modeled after an early 19th century steam locomotive with tall stack, cow catcher and coal tender in good detail and unusual smaller size. Sheet copper with cast zinc wheels and boiler caps. Track is brass rod and the mounting is brass pipe construction. Gold leaf and verdigris surface. Mounted on museum style steel stand. SIZE: 31-1/2″ l x 16-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Good condition. 49105-10 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 3229

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3230

FULL BODIED BULL WEATHERVANE AFTER FISKE.

Mid 20th century, New York Probably Washburn. Constructed of repousse copper sheet soldered together with a brass tube with cast zinc horns and ears. Accompanied by a museum type stand. SIZE: 24-1/2″ l x 20″ h. CONDITION: Good with metal leaf in a silver color and verdigris oxidation. 49105-5 (4,000-5,000) – Lot 3230

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3231

E. HOWARD OAK NO. 70 WALL REGULATOR.

Boston, c. 1900, with 12″ dia. painted zinc dial with Roman numerals and marked E. Howard & Co., Boston, lower painted tablet in black, gold, and maroon, eight-day timepiece movement stamped E. Howard & Co. Boston, 70, iron weight, and a pendulum with a bob, 31″ h. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Very good, dial has two small dents, key is present. 49342-1 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3231

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3232

CARVED OAK LIBRARY TABLE.

Late 19th early 20th century. The rounded corner top supported by a frieze with one simulated drawer on each side. Each drawer having a face design with scroll carving. The legs in a tapered spiral with block and turned feet. A well carved and turned stretcher base. SIZE: 30-1/2″ h x 48″ w x 30″ d. CONDITION: Cracks, stains and loss of finish to top, good. 49274-10 (450-850) – Lot 3232

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3233

BLACK FOREST CARVED BEAR HALL TREE.

Black Forest, 2nd half 19th century. A fine example with momma bear holding tree with one cub clinging to twig form umbrella hoop and another cub at the top of the tree. Bears all have taxidermy glass eyes. The rusticated carving typical of better examples made in the late 19th century. SIZE: 78″ t x 24″ w x 19″ d. CONDITION: Very good with pleasing patina and with some modern fasteners added underneath and to umbrella hoop. Tin umbrella drip pan not present. 49371-17 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3233

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3234

FINE BLACK FOREST CARVED LINDEN DOUBLE INKWELL.

Circa 1900. Carved in the form of a tray. The ends mounted with twig handles. The center depicting a bird feeding its chick within a nest. The cover lifting to expose a circular well. All within carved fern leaves. Further flanked by groups of lily leaves. SIZE: 8″ h x 19″ l overall x 12″ w. CONDITION: With good original surfaces. One side with excessive scuffing. Otherwise very good. 49421-66 (600-1,200) – Lot 3234

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3235

EXCEPTIONAL BLACK FOREST SHAVING MIRROR ON STAND.

Last quarter 19th century. The circular mirror plate swiveling on a carved wishbone support further joined to a circular base fitted with a conforming drawer. The whole intricately carved with vinery. SIZE: 31″ h x 14-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Overall very good with original surfaces. Cleaned. Repair to splits in mirror frame. 49421-42 (1,250-1,750) – Lot 3235

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3236

ANIMATED BIRD IN CAGE MUSIC BOX.

The orange & black bird perched around a vine of green leaves & red berries with small mushroom below. When activated the bird sings & moves its head & tail. Key wind bottom. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h x 6-1/2″ dia. base. CONDITION: Working order, needs exterior cleaning. 49042-21 (300-500) – Lot 3236

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3237

EDISON CYLINDER PHONOGRAPH WITH HORN & RECORDS.

The oak cased standard phonograph, SN 506617. The morning glory horn in blue. Accompanied by 20+ records. SIZE: Case: 11-1/2″ h x 13″ w x 9-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Horn missing bracket to attach, no crank, otherwise very good. Unknown working order. 49042-9 (300-500) – Lot 3237

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3238

SMALL BRONZE OF A MILITARY OFFICER.

Late 19th Century possibly American. Depicting a military officer in full-length coat, with mutton-chop sideburns and right arm at waist. Mounted on a marble plinth and inscribed in gold “K Scheidegg”. SIZE: 9″ h. CONDITION: Good patina and surface. 49331-12 (400-600) – Lot 3238

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3239

TWO AMUSEMENT ARCADE GAMES: LOVE TESTER & DAILY WORKOUT.

1) The Love Tester having a strength meter hand grip that when squeezed lights up different color lights from “Blah” to “Uncontrollable”. Oak case with wonderful crest. 25 Cent machine. 2) Metal cased Daily Workout Mercury Athletics scale having two turning knobs, pull up handle & twist handle. Cream & brown paint. 5 Cent machine. SIZE: 1) 86″ h x 24″ d x 24″ w. 2) 53″ h x 19″ w x 24″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Both restored,unknown working order, good. 49354-38 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3239

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3240

SHAW MOTORIZED BIKE.

The black painted bike with decal “Shaw/Shaw Mfg. Co./Galesburg, Kans.” Leather saddle seat, front headlight. Motor present, new belts, kickstand present. SIZE: 44″ h x 22″ w x 74″ l. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Appears refurbished, unknown working order. 49354-35 (5,000-7,000) – Lot 3240

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3241
Revised: 8/17/2015

Please note: We have learned that this is the 1925 model, also (as can be seen in photo) there is a small amount of paint loss on right side of gas tank.

HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE WITH 1916 PATENT DATE.

Green paint with red stripes, large leather saddle seat. Appears to be mostly intact. NOTE: Perspective buyers should view this motorcycle personally or have a representative inspect on your behalf as we are not motorcycle experts. SIZE: 42″ h x 94″ l x 30″ w at handlebars. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Restored, unknown working order. Looks good! 49354-26 (3,000-6,000) – Lot 3241

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3242

TWO CHILD’S MOTORCYCLES.

1) Miniature version of a Harley Davidson replica plastic motorcycle. Kikker 5150 replica motorcycle. Painted black with plastic & metal parts. SIZE: 1) 36″ h x 21″ w x 54″ l. 2) 24″ h x 24″ w x 41″ l. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden, Alabama. CONDITION: Looks good. 49354-39 (400-600) – Lot 3242

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3243

PAIR OF CAST METAL GATE POST SPREAD-WING EAGLES.

20th century. The outstretched wings with turned heads in opposing stance. The eagles stand on a square mounting plate. SIZE: 21-1/2″ h 50″ w (wingspan) 23″ d. PROVENANCE: From the Harry Z. Isaacs collection at the Historic Long Branch Estate in Virginia. This historic plantation located in Millwood VA was built by Robert Carter Burwell with architectural advice from Benjamin Latrobe, one of the architects of the United States Capitol. These eagles were purchased from the estate where they had been installed by Harry Isaacs as gate post finials. CONDITION: Wear to painted surface otherwise very good. 49371-13 (1,500-3,000) – Lot 3243

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3244

BOY AND GIRL SKIPPING ROPE GARDEN BRONZE FIGURE.

The nude girl skipping rope held in her outstretched hands next to a boy wearing shorts holding onto a rope which is missing. Both set into a flat plate for mounting in garden space. SIZE: Approximately 40″ h. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Girl is separated from base, boy is attached to base but missing rope. 49354-42 (300-400) – Lot 3244

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3245

BRONZE GORILLA AND CHIMPANZEE.

1) 20th/21st century. Standing chimpanzee on all fours with slightly tilted head, scattered green patina. 2) 20th/21st century. Bronze seated gorilla, facing forward. SIZE: 1) 31″ h x 16″ across shoulders. 2) 16″ h x 11″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Very good. 49354-32 (600-800) – Lot 3245

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3246

PAIR OF PAINTED CAST IRON DOVE FIGURE.

19th century. The birds having turned heads and outstretched wings having an off-white surface darkened over time. Mounted on circular molded edge wood bases. SIZE: 6-3/4″ h. x 9″ l. x 6″ w. PROVENANCE: Paul and Margaret Weld collection. CONDITION: Several coats of paint with chipping, loss to one bill. 49186-1 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3246

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3247

PAIR OF CAST IRON GARDEN BENCHES.

Probably New York, 19th century, possibly as early as 1850. These Rococo style benches were produced by several American foundries and are of the earliest American ornamental garden furniture. A pair of these are in the rose garden of the White House. See “Comstock American Furniture”, p. 663, figure 659 for discussion of a similar example with history of manufacture in Cold Spring, New York. These are very appealing rococo Chippendale forms with foliate crestings, sides and seats with horseshoe form backs and graceful cabriole legs with rocaille legs. SIZE: 35-1/2″ t x 43-1/2″ w x 20-1/2″ d. 17″ h (seat height). CONDITION: Good condition with historic accumulation of white paint and old crack to rear corner of one seat casting. 49379-14 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3247

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3248

CAST IRON AND ZINC GARDEN FOUNTAIN.

Probably manufactured by either Fisk or Mott, New York City, circa 1880. The 6′ ground dish has frog and lily pad motif on rim. The mid-section with round bridgework base with three egrets forming the pedestal supporting a catch basin with foliate design. The fountain is surmounted by a cast zinc figure of young boy holding a large fish, designed with a fountain head in the fish’s mouth (not present). SIZE: 96″ t x 6′ w. (across base). CONDITION: Ground dish with cracks, basin with repairs, the whole with fairly recent paint. 49379-13 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3248

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3249

CAST IRON GARDEN EDGING.

Rustic pattern with heavy castings. 52 pieces. SIZE: 15” t x 22” l. CONDITION: Generally good. 49274-18 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3249

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3250

CAST IRON GARDEN EDGING.

Rustic pattern with heavy castings. 52 pieces. SIZE: 15” t x 22” l. CONDITION: Generally good. 49274-17 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3250

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3251

PEUGEOT MOTORCYCLE POSTER, LA GRANDE MARQUE NATIONALE BY G. FAVRE.

Circa 1928. Wonderful multi-color lithograph, titled at top, signed lower left and also in bottom right margin “Societe Nouvelle Affiches Gaillard Paris Amiens”. The poster shows a motorcyclist traveling through a rocky area with water and rocks beyond. There is a tax stamp in the upper right area. Housed in a black wood frame behind glass. SIZE: Sight 45-1/2″ h x 29-3/4″ w. Overall 49-3/4″ h x 33-3/4″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden, Alabama. CONDITION: Not examined out of frame, some flattened fold creases, tape gum at top margin, generally very good. 49354-20 (800-1,200) – Lot 3251

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3252

RARE PEUGEOT AUTOMOBILE POSTER, BY RENE VINCENT (French, 1879-1936).

Circa 1919. One of very few known to have survived, the poster depicts the great Peugeot racing car at speed with noted champion “Georges Boillot” at the wheel. The lithograph printed in vibrant colors by Draeger of Paris. On bottom margin, left corner “Ne Peut Etre Affichee Non Timbree Qua L’interieur”, on bottom right “Imp. Draeger, Paris – p.143”. Housed in a black frame under plexi-glass. SIZE: Sight 62-1/2″ h x 46-3/4″ w. Overall 65-1/2″ h x 50-1/4″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden, Alabama. CONDITION: A flattened fold mark across top third and bottom third, generally very good. 49354-22 (8,000-10,000) – Lot 3252

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3253

A.C.F. (Automobile Club de France) REIMS JULY 3RD 1938 RACING POSTER, BY GEORGES H. HAM (French, 1900-1972).

The large colored poster shows a racecar at speed, titled and dated below. The Reims course was located in the Champagne region in northeastern France. Bottom margin “P. A. Chavane Et Cie-Paris”. Bottom left within image is a round “Republique Francaise”. Housed in a black frame behind plexi-glass. SIZE: Sight 62-1/4″ h x 46-1/4″ w. Overall 65-3/4″ h x 49-3/4″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Not examined out of frame, generally very good, some flattened fold marks. 49354-21 (800-1,200) – Lot 3253

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3254

TWO MOTORCYCLE POSTERS AND AIR RACE POSTER.

1) “Motocyclettes” the poster shows a black silhouetted motorcycle and rider against a colorful sunlit type background. Artist signed “O.K. Gerard”, the bottom titled “Monet & Goyon/ Macon”, housed in a black frame behind plexi-glass. 2) A colorful poster advertising FN (Fabrique Nationale de Herstal) motorcycles. “Rechtstreeksche Agent: Emiel De Greef”. The poster signed by Herm & Davi. Housed in a black frame behind plexi-glass. 3) “International Air Races, St. Louis”, small and colorful poster depicting planes in a race with tower and grandstands. Titled “Over 200 miles per hour”, by Carl Walter. Housed in a fine black with white mat, behind plexi-glass. SIZE: 1) Sight 47″ h x 31″ w. Overall 50″ h x 34-1/2″ w. 2) Sight 35-1/2″ h x 23-3/4″ w. Overall 39-1/2″ h x 27-3/4″ w. 3) Sight 21″ h x 13-3/4″ w. Overall 28″ h x 20-3/4″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: All not examined out of frame, all are very good, 2) has flattened folds and a large area of black mold spots. 49354-12 (1,600-2,400) – Lot 3254

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3255

FRAMED “NEW YORK CHAMPION” HAY RAKE BROADSIDE.

The hanging broadside showing a woman on a horse drawn hay rake with the following: “New York Champion/Warranted the Best Rake on Earth/Manufactured by/Patten & Stafford, Canastota, NY”. Lithograph by G H Dunston, Buffalo, NY. SIZE: Broadside: 18-1/2″ x 12-1/2″. Overall: 22-1/2″ x 15-1/2″. CONDITION: Fold marks, age toning, some small holes. 49240-20 (800-1,200) – Lot 3255

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3256

THREE SUFFRAGETTE RELATED ITEMS.

1) 11-1/2″ h chalk figurine of a woman holding flag titled “Equal Suffrage”. 2) 1-1/2″ National Women’s Party sterling miniature banner pin. The pin titled “Without Extinction is Liberty”. 3) 33″ l Framed felt pennant “Equal Rights Vote’s for Women”. Housed in a shadowbox frame against black background. (37″ x 14″ framed). PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Statue has crack in leg, good. Pin is very good. Pennant with fading. 49055-15 (4,000-5,000) – Lot 3256

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3257

HISTORIC FABRIC FROM THE WRIGHT BROTHERS KITTY HAWK FLYER FIRST MANNED POWERED AIR PLANE FLIGHT.

This swatch of fabric measuring about 1-3/4″ x 1-3/4″ is mounted on an original printed sheet that other similar swatches are known and have sold in auction, signed by Ivonette Wright Miller niece of Orville and Wilbur Wright and one of the Wright Brother’s executors along with husband Harold Miller (see recent sales Heritage Auctions, Lot 47024, 11/17/2009; Bonhams, Lot 4, 3/25/2013 and Lot 187, 9/22/2014 for similar sales). Orville Wright reassembled the famous Kitty Hawk flyer for its first exhibition in 1916 at MIT. Finding the original fabric damaged by the Dayton Flood of 1913, he substituted new fabric and kept some of the original fabric which a sample is offered here. Ivonette Wright Miller had taken her first ride with Orville in 1911 in a Wright Flyer being, along with her two sisters, the first girls in America to fly. Ivonette represented the family at commemorative events, particularly after Orville’s death in 1948. She wrote a book about her famous uncles Wright Reminiscences. She kept a large family archive of family records which is now in the possession of Wright State University. Katie Reist, who the certificate was prepared for according to consignor was his grandmother and a friend of Ivonette’s. SIZE: 8-1/2″ x 10-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good overall as framed. Certificate has light fading and foxing around edges. Fabric is sound as originally glued to certificate in its designated mounting square. Right side of fabric shows fimbration and fraying on top and bottom edges of the unmercerized cotton fabric. The largest sample of original fabric from the 1903 Wright Flyer is in the Smithsonian Institute’s Aerospace Museum described as “Pride of the West” unbleached muslin which was used by the Wright Brothers on their earliest gliders also, found through experiment to be strongest and lightest fabric available for flight. 49455-1 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3257

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3258

JAMES MONTGOMERY FLAG, ICONIC WWI UNCLE SAM RECRUITING POSTER.

There is little doubt this is the most famous American recruiting poster of all time. The iconic image of Flag posed as Uncle Sam first occurred on the cover of Leslie’s magazine July 6, 1916. the poster with the text “I WANT YOU” was first published February 15, 1917. This poster has the imprint “Copyright 1917, Leslie-Judge Co. NY”. This is a very fine example. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. Sold from these floors as Lot 2153, February 5, 2010. CONDITION: Custom frame measures about 47″ x 38″. Excellent color. Very good to fine overall. Central vertical crease and other scattered creases where poster appeared to have once been rolled. Small areas of crinkling, especially in upper right corner unaffecting aesthetics. 49055-51 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3258

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3259

AMELIA EARHART FIRST WOMAN TO FLY CROSS THE ATLANTIC HISTORIC AND UNIQUE ARCHIVE.

After Charles Lindbergh’s solo flight in 1927, a wealthy American woman named Amy Phipps Guest (1873 – 1959) decided she wanted to be the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. After her family objected, Guest asked aviator Richard Byrd and publisher George Putnam (who later would become Earhart’s manager and husband) to find the “right sort of girl for the trip”. There are many reasons Guest selected Amelia Earhart. One is she greatly resembled Charles Lindbergh, had a wholesome “all American” personality and of course she was an accomplished pilot who owned two airplanes and had logged over 500 hours in the air. Although Earhart had little or no time at the controls during the flight, she even stated that she felt like “a sack of potatoes”. Nonetheless, reporters were only interested in her story and not Wilmer Stoltz or Lou “Slim” Gordon who actually piloted the plane. Earhart would have reception back in America with a ticker tape parade in New York City and a reception at the White House by President Calvin Coolidge. The “Friendship Flight” from June 17 – June 29, 1928 from New Foundland to South Wales across the Atlantic brought Amelia international attention and she became one of the most famous aviators in the world. Amelia, would however, be the first woman to ever pilot a plane across the Atlantic, flying solo in a record time of 13 hours and 13 minutes. This historic flight took place May 20 – 21, 1932. Aviation at this time was quite hazardous. At least 7 people died attempting what Lindbergh and Earhart had done in 1927 alone. Earhart’s many awards and accolades continued throughout her life in aviation until her death where she was lost at sea in 1937. Wilmer Stultz, the pilot of the Friendship Flight and among the most famous aviators of his day, died the following year at the age of 30 in a flying incident. There was a tremendous amount of intrigue and suspense in who would become the first woman to cross the Atlantic. Several teams were started and several died. Amy Phipps Guest financed Wilmer Stultz along with Arctic Explorer Richard Byrd and publisher George Putnam to be the team. A series of telegrams in this archive show that not only Earhart and Stultz were attempting to leave New Foundland, but also a rival; Mabel Boll who had offered a pilot $100,000 Francs to pilot her across the Atlantic from Paris. According to the telegrams between Stultz and his wife, Stultz wife mentions Mabel and the foggy weather at Old Orchard Beach a week prior to the flight, and on day before flight “Mabel can’t beat you”. This was indeed a race to be the first; that little is known. This archive includes 105 telegrams from mostly June 3 – June 20, 1928. The pre-flight telegrams mostly concern weather conditions prior to flight as transmitted by Stultz and his wife and whereabouts of Mabel Boll. At 8:30pm June 16, Stultz telegrams his wife “Looks like we may get off in the morning. Hope so anyway.” The next 2 pages in album show the only manuscript notes and state as follows “June 17 Q.S.T. Radio from Friendship to Mrs. W. Stultz: “Passed through banks of snow and fog. Everything going fine now, Wilmer.” A second radio message from Friendship: “Everything going fine. No signature”. The next telegram sent from London to Wilmer’s wife…”LANDED HERE OKAY AFTER TWENTY HOURS AND FORTY MINUTES”. Amelia Earhart’s book which mimics this telegram 20 Hours, 40 Minutes, Our Flight in the Friendship. The American Girl, First Across the Atlantic by Air, Tells Her Story. This book was published soon after this telegram and by the fall of 1928 Amelia had become the aviation editor of Cosmopolitan Magazine and was touring and lecturing. This fabulous archive through a series of personal telegrams to Amelia’s pilot Wilmer Stultz details this iconic American achievement. These telegrams and two original pilots licenses for Wilmer Stultz are both signed by Orville Wright and are quite rare and are included. A souvenir booklet published by his hometown July 18, 1928 Williamsburg, PA accompanies this archive. Among the numerous telegrams are many notables congratulating Stultz and Earhart on their historic flight. Researching many who sent telegrams would no doubt make an interesting story. CONDITION: Scrapbook of telegrams is very good overall. Telegrams are all laid onto individual pages. Licenses both have small creases but text is discernable including signatures of Orville Wright. The 1925 license has a date stamped over 1924. 1927 license has two blind stamps over signatures on either side, where earlier license has a single authoritative stamp. Souvenir booklet is excellent. 49131-1 (40,000-50,000) – Lot 3259

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3260

WORLD WAR II “SHORT SNORTER” OF DUTCH VAN KIRK’S AUTOGRAPHED BY CO-PILOT AND BOMBARDIER OF “BOCXS CAR”, B-29 SUPERFORTRESS THAT DROPPED THE ATOMIC BOMB ON NAGASAKI.

Written on a French 100 Franc note, inscribed “2nd Atomic Bomb/Kermit K. Beahan (Bombardier)/Charles D. Albury (Co-Pilot). A “short-snorter” is a currency note autographed by service personnel as a piece of memorabilia commemorating an event or a communal drink at a bar. Traditionally, a group of servicemen would compare their “short-snorters” and the individual with the fewest signatures paid for all the drinks. The name was adapted from the WWI term for a short drink of liquor, usually “knocked back” in one gulp. SIZE: 7 x 3-1/2″. PROVENANCE: Dutch Van Kirk Collection, Lot 1358, Butterfields, June 11, 2002. CONDITION: Good overall. Inscription easily discernible. Folds, age discoloration and tape stains on edges. Chip in upper right-hand corner which is present and can be reattached. 48641-1 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 3260

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3261

ARCHIVE OF WWII LETTERS OF “DUTCH” VAN KIRK, NAVIGATOR ON THE ENOLA GAY WHICH DROPPED THE FIRST ATOMIC BOMB.

Theodore J. “Dutch” Van Kirk entered the United States Army Air Corps in 1941. As a young lieutenant Van Kirk flew as navigator on 58 combat missions with the 97th Bomb Group over occupied France and later deep into Germany to some of the most heavily defended targets of the Third Reich. In addition, Van Kirk was selected to fly General Mark Clark on a secret mission to negotiate with the Free French in Algeria as a prelude to Operation Torch, the invasion of North Africa. In addition, Van Kirk was chosen as navigator aboard the aircraft that carried General Dwight D. Eisenhower to the invasion site. Pilot Paul Tibbets, navigator Van Kirk, bombardier Thomas Ferebee and fellow crew members aboard the B-17 Flying Fortress “Red Gremlin” were eventually selected as the primary members of the crew of the Enola Gay, the world’s first atomic bomber. Van Kirk who died July 28, 2014 was the last surviving crew member of the Enola Gay. Most WWII American aviators had little training going into the Army Air Corp. Dutch was an exception in that he attended flight school in Chicago prior to going into service when he went into Air Corp training. This archive consists of about 300 letters of which 137 are written by Dutch to his family and friends concerning his training and early service in the Air Corp October 4, 1941 through February 7, 1944. There are no letters concerning the atomic bomb as those letters are archived elsewhere but this grouping does detail his time preparing for his historic Enola Gay flight The remainder of the letters are to Dutch from family and friends, many with envelopes bearing military addresses. Dutch had his training in navigation at Kelley Field, San Antonio, Texas where some letters are from. In 2012 Dutch published his biography My True Course: Dutch Van Kirk, Northumberland to Hiroshima. This archive no doubt was used in compiling this biography. PROVENANCE: Family of Theodore “Dutch” Van Kirk. CONDITION: Very good overall. Interested parties should view this incredible archive in person. 48849-1 (30,000-50,000) – Lot 3261

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3262

ORIGINAL WWII MILITARY ART”.

1) Pen, ink and gouache in 20″ x 26″ frame shows Uncle Sam above globe with detonator blowing up Mussolini, Hitler, Hirohito signed by American illustrator George Wachsteter (1911-2004). Wachsteter drew extensively for the New York Times, the New York Herald and the New York Journal American. 2) Illustration of possible insignia signed “E C Thompson ’44”. Illustration shows a wasp or yellow jacket stinging Hitler in the rear over number “59”. “Gee Bee” (probably design for SeaBee unit?). Illustration measures about 10″ x 13-1/2″ and 19″ x 23″ frame. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Both illustrations appear very good to fine as framed. 49055-159 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3262

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3263

PAIR OF WWII JAPANESE SHIP’S BINOCULARS ON TRIPOD BASE.

The large aqua painted binoculars with Japanese writing mounted for a tripod base made of wood and metal. Large brass lens caps present. Plaque marked “15 x 4 x 4 No. 1877 JAES”. SIZE: Binoculars: 20″ l. Tripod: 55″ h extended. Tripod: 31″ h collapsed. PROVENANCE: Sloans & Kenyon, December 12, 2014, lot 628. CONDITION: Optics intact. Very good. 49054-2 (800-1,200) – Lot 3263

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3264

INTERESTING FAMILY COLLECTION OF ASTRONAUT, PRESIDENTIAL EPHEMERA AND THREE AUTHENTIC AUTOGRAPHS.

The lot includes the following; 1) Signed February 12, 1963 Gus Grissom typed letter & photo on official National Aeronautics Space Administration Letterhead (2 autographs). 2) Gordon Cooper signed typed letter June 12, 1963 on official National Aeronautics Space Administration letterhead. 3) Color 8″ x 10″ photo of John Glenn. The notebook has other signed letters, photographs, & documents which are autopenned or secretarial signed including: Jimmy Carter, Richard Nixon, John & Jackie Kennedy, Scott Carpenter, Allan Sheppard, and more. CONDITION: Generally very good with tape marks. 49063-1 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3264

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3265

TWO CASED NEEDLEWORK EMBROIDERED SAMPLE BANNERS.

1) The central theme being “American Embassy” with Presidential seal, surrounded by various Armed Forces round official badges. All within a colorful flower, scroll & vine border. 2) Having similar outside design with 29 rank badges with titles of Law Enforcement, Fire & EMS Services. Both banners are displayed in a lucite shadowbox and hung from a lucite bar. The backs marked “Defense Personnel Support Center”. SIZE: 1) 27-1/2″ h x 29-1/2″ w. 2) 26-1/2″ h x 29-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Excellent. 49237-6 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3265

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3266

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″. PROVENANCE: From a Copake, NY Estate, inherited directly from the FDR Campaign to our consignor. CONDITION: Some toning, foxing and light soiling, creasing and abrasion present but slight. A wonderful size in nice condition overall. 40877-8 (600-900) – Lot 3266

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3267

LOT OF 3 AMERICAN VETERAN “WELCOME HOME” BANNERS.

This lot consists of three distinct banners welcoming Veterans home from circa 1900-1920. Banners consist of a petite 13″ x 9″ “blue-star mother” banner in a patriotic star-bordered frame, a 36″ x 24″ 3-color, framed litho on polished cotton “Welcome Buddies”, and an Annin Flag Co. 36″ by 60″ stenciled, painted and sewn “WELCOME HOME OUR HEROS” with patriotic eagle vignette with flag. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Very good overall as framed. 49055-32 (500-700) – Lot 3267

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3268

LOT OF TEN CARVED SOAPSTONE PREHISTORIC STYLE EFFIGY PIPES.

Lot includes: Four birds, a fish, a frog, a rodent, Northwest style wolf, zoomorphic figure & a plain pipe. SIZE: Largest 8” l x 3” h. Smallest 4-1/4” l x 2-1/4” h. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate collection. CONDITION: Good. 49430-22 (400-600) – Lot 3268

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3269

LOT OF ELEVEN PIPES & STEMS.

1) Plains catlinite pipe bowl. Late 19th century elbow shaped pipe bowl, showing good patina. 2 & 3)Two early 20th Century inlaid pipes having two T- shaped bowls inlaid with pewter and catlinite. Pipes are made of steatite stone. 4 & 5) Two 20th Century carved Catlinite pipes, one a carved eagle, the other a t-pipe. 6) Early 20th century file burnt decorated wood stem. 7) Also included is a make-do wood stem. 8-11) 4 miscellaneous stems including one pierced, one twisted. One pipe head is a carved eagle, the other a t-pipe. SIZE: 1) 3-1/2″ l x 3″ h. 2 & 3) 10″ l x 5-1/2″ h. 8″ l x 4″ h. 4 & 5) Eagle 6″ l, t-pipe is 3″ h x 4-1/2″ l 6) 22-1/2″ l x 1-1/2″ w. 7) 28″ l. 8-11) Longest 24″ l. Shortest 15″ l. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good to very good. Tea pipe has crack. 49430-9 (600-900) – Lot 3269

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3270

THREE POTTERY VESSELS, THREE BASKETS & SPEAR THROWER.

1) Fine Pre-Historic Tularosa pottery vessel. Decorated in typical linear pattern, black on white. 2) Sepik River spear thrower. Late 19th century New Guinea thrower of finely carved wood. Zoomorphic effigy with braided root lashings. Appears to have original surface. 3-5) Lot of three Native American baskets. One Popago and one Southwest Indian woven baskets along with South American polychrome figural tray. Olla shaped with brown and tan step pattern. 6 & 7) Lot of two Chancay style pottery vessels. Canteen with geometric motif and raised handles. Vase shaped form with man effigy and relief handles. SIZE: 1) 4-1/4″ h x 4-1/2″ w. 2) 33″ l x 1-3/8 w. 3-5) Popago 7″ h x 7-1/2″ w. Southwest 6-1/2″ h x 8-1/2″ w. Tray 12″ w. 6 & 7) Canteen 8-3/4” t x 4-3/4” d, Vase 7” w x 6-1/4” h. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Good. 3-5) Good with some stitch loss on Popago and on tray. 6 & 74) Canteen has minor surface abrasion, vase has flaking from water damage. 49430-14 (600-900) – Lot 3270

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3271

LOT OF FOURTEEN PREHISTORIC STONE AX HEADS.

Various shapes, sizes, styles, and periods, stone carved ax heads. Some of extraordinary size and proportions. SIZE: Largest 13” l x 6” w 3-3/4” h. Smallest 4-1/2” l x 2” w. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good, one showing good in use wear. 49430-21 (800-1,000) – Lot 3271

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3272

PLAINS STYLE WAR SHIRT.

Shirt has applied beaded strips on arms and over the shoulders as well as the bib. White background with dark blue, yellow and red beads in a step pyramid design and applied horse hair trade cloth wrapped decorations. Yellow ochre dyed deer hide foundation. SIZE: 57″ arm tip to arm tip, 32″ h PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good. 49430-18 (400-600) – Lot 3272

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3273

TWO NATIVE AMERICAN HEAD DRESSES & TWO PLAINS STYLE SPLIT HORN STYLE HEAD DRESSES.

1) Taxidermy black bear head with red ochre inside and trimmed with bugle beads. Seed beads around eyes. Brass discs secured by beads on top of nose. 2) Buffalo style head dress with rawhide skull cap with buffalo hair and horns and applied ermine tails supported with large red trade beads. 3) Deer skin foundation with applied ermine tails and split buffalo horn. Tack decorated. The front has applied bead work in blue, red, yellow with hawk bells. 4) Split cow horns adored with ermine tails, blue and yellow beads and horse hair. Mounted to brain tanned sinew sewn hide. Shows good age. Beaded brow band has beads that are applied directly to the foundation. Covered in ermine tails. SIZE: 1 & 2) 20″ l overall. 3 & 4) Approximately 20″ l from horn to base of cap. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Hide is stiff and deteriorating, broken in places. 3 & 4) Both good with some ermine tail loss. 49430-16 (600-900) – Lot 3273

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3274

14 TRIBAL STYLE STONE & POTTERY EFFIGY CARVINGS WITH EFFIGY VESSEL.

Including: South American, Central American, and Southwest style. Four pipes, form of a claw holding a bowl, bird sitting on a fish, lizards, and a frog, two small stone masks, one with inlaid eyes and teeth. Large carved Indian chief with eagle, signed Mardelle 1987. Mexican stone carving with old tag collection from Mexico. Along with another stone effigy. Pottery Peruvian stirrup vessel, decorated in geometric designs black pigment on red pottery. Pottery lizard whistle, Eskimo soapstone seal and a South American deity. SIZE: Largest 10” l x 7” w x 6” t. Smallest is 2-1/2” h x 2-1/8” w. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Generally good, Mexican Jadeite has chip on very top, claw pipe has 3 broken claws. 49430-23 (400-600) – Lot 3274

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3275

LOT OF THREE BREASTPLATES, PONY BEADED NECKLACE & TWO CRADLE BOARDS.

1) Large late 19th century woman’s breast plate comprised of bone hair pipes, hawk bells, trade beads strung on string and old commercial leather. 2) Child sized breastplate. First half 20th century. Bone hair pipes, bone trade beads, commercial leather and metal beads. 3) Man’s breastplate comprised of bone hairpipes, white heart red trade beads and brain tanned deer skin. 4) Pony beaded necklace. Late 19th century. Composed of white pony beads strung on string. 5) Eskimo basketry Alaskan model cradle composed of grass stitches over a grass foundation with dyed duck design. 6) Beaded hide southwest full size cradle board, probably southern Plains. Brain tanned hide decorate with beaded design with wicker hood mounted on wooden backboard. SIZE: 1) 50″ l x 15″ w. 2) 16″ l x 10″ w. 3) 18″ l x 11″ w including fringe. 4) 12″ l. 5) 18″ l x 8-1/4″ w. 6) 29″ l x 15″ w. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: 1) Breaks to commercial leather otherwise good. 2) Good. 3) Good. 4) Good. 5) Some stitch loss. 6) Good with possible added Lakes loom beaded strip on front, some breaks to wicker hood. 49430-20 (500-800) – Lot 3275

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3276

TWO NATIVE AMERICAN GIRL’S DRESSES & SIOUX STYLE MAN’S VEST.

First half of the 20th Century. 1) Blue trade cloth dress with applied pink, yellow and purple ribbon and cowrie shells. 2) Fringed deer skin dress with applied orange and blue bead work in chevron pattern on both sides. 3) Mid 20th Century. Beaded on deerskin lined with trade cloth with circle and diamond motif. Fringed on bottom. SIZE: 1) 26-1/2″ l x 32″ w. 2) 36″ l x 34″ w. 3) 28″ h x 25″ w including fringe PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good. 49430-17 (600-900) – Lot 3276

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3277

FOUR MARTINGALES & PLAINS STYLE STAND UP HEAD DRESS.

First half of the 20th century. 1) Typical geometric pattern in white back ground with yellow, red and blue colors. Loom beaded on hide. 2) With snowflake pattern in white background with red and blue. Bugle beaded fringe. Loom beaded on hide. 3) Cheyenne Martingale loom beaded on white background with diamond motif in red and yellow. Four decorative blue rosettes applied. 4) Crow Martingale spot stitched on hide. Beaded on with typical Crow patterns and applied trade cloth. Typical Crow pattern in red, green , yellow, gray , blue, white pink with burgundy trade cloth. 5) Plains style stand up head dress. Dyed turkey feathers wrapped with trade cloth applied to felt foundation hat. Applied loom beaded white background brow band with beaded rosettes on either side. SIZE: 1 & 2) 18″ overall. 3) Overall 24″ l. 4) Overall 36″ l x 17″ w. 5) Overall 24″ l. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: 1) Fair to good. 2) Fair to good with some stiffness. 3) Good. 4) Good, shows in-use wear in trade cloth. 5) Good condition with some of the feathers being ruffled. 49430-11 (600-900) – Lot 3277

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3278

LOT OF SIX PREHISTORIC STYLE STONE SPEARHEADS TOGETHER WITH THREE & HORSE PIPES.

Various types of stone, some with spade heads, other typical shapes. Eagle pipe is nicely carved and purportedly found in 1929. Spear being a long flint Tennessee type. SIZE: Largest 18” l. Smallest 7” l. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good. 49430-24 (500-800) – Lot 3278

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3279

LOT OF NATIVE AMERICAN ITEMS.

1) Apache bow case & quiver. First half of the 20th century with mineral painted designs in blue, red and black. Containing four 19th century steel tipped arrows. 2) Northern Plans wooden bow. First half of the 20th century sinew strung bow. 3) Mid 19th Century Southern Plans double recurved bow. Wonderful wooden bow with great patina with chipped carved ends. Along with seven American Indian style pieces including 4) Late 19th century boot shaped beaded Sioux pin cushion. 5) Plains style quilled hair ornament. 6) Plains style beaded stuffed buffalo fetish. 7) Texas Ranger style badge, marked Sterling which reads “Texas Ranger Special Agent”. 8) First half of the 20th century Sioux beaded all case. 9) Small Plains style pipe tomahawk. 10) Plains style twisted wood pipe stem. SIZE: 1) Overall 40″ l x 4″ w. 2) 48″ l. 3) 45″ l x 1-1/4″ w. 4-10) Ranges from longest piece: 20″ l. to shortest piece: 1-3/4″ d. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: 1) Good, arrows are missing the fletching. 2) Good. 3) Very good. 4-10) Generally good. 49430-8 (600-900) – Lot 3279

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3280

TWO PLAINS EQUESTRIAN BEADED CLUBS (SKULL CRACKERS) AND AN UNUSUAL CATLINITE PIPE.

Late 19th century. 1) Carved stone head with beaded hide attachment to wrapped beaded wood handle. 2) Carved stone head with full beaded attached to fully beaded wood shaft. 3) Large equestrian club style pipe bowl with buffalo tab. Catlinite with carved ribbing, showing excellent patina and wear. Attached by rawhide to a wooden rawhide and fully beaded stem. Pattern on the stem is salt and pepper. SIZE: 1) 5″ w x 22″ l (overall). 2) 5″ w x 26″ l (overall). 3) 20″ l (overall without tab) 5″ w. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: 1) Good condition showing good in use wear. 2) Fair condition with bead loss on the head. 3) Some bead loss and unraveling. 49430-12 (600-900) – Lot 3280

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3281

LATE 19TH CENTURY SIOUX BEADED PIPE BAG.

White background with different chevron designs front to back. Quill wrapped fringe with interesting decorated ties at the top. Beads are in typical greasy colors and white heart reds. SIZE: 36″ l x 7-1/2″ w. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Very good, some fade to the quill work. 49430-5 (800-1,200) – Lot 3281

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3282

LOT OF CONTEMPORARY NATIVE AMERICAN ITEMS.

Lot includes: Four Mid 20th Century Hopi Kachina dolla. Carved and painted dolls with various symbolic head dresses. Made of cottonwood. Painted in yellows, greens, blacks and red in various patterns. Four contemporary Native American items. 1) Bone contemporary painted portrait of a native American titled “Sacred Path” by artist Michelle Lytle. 2) Spiked war club with bronze spike and hardwood carved handle with worn paint at bottom and applied beads. 3) Indian style bow with some red paint. 4) Plains style gun stock war club with iron blade made from a file. Tack decorated tiger maple. Along with a Plains style effigy war club. Figurally carved Indian head, surmounted with tooth and stone. SIZE: Dolls: Largest: 12″ h x 8-1/2″ w. Smallest: 8″ h x 6″ w. Four contemporary items: Largest (bow) 37″ l x 1-1/2″ w. Smallest (bone) 15-1/2″ l x 10″ w. Club is 23″ l. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Dolls: Generally good with some in-use paint loss and wear. Contemporary items are all generally good. Club is good. 49430-13 (800-1,200) – Lot 3282

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3283

LOT OF 116 RIKER CASES WITH VARIOUS LOTS OF PREHISTORIC ARROWHEADS WITH ONE BAG OF LOOSE ARROWHEADS.

Lifelong collection, many identified. Housed in nice Riker cases. Various ages, sizes, shapes and styles, some with certificates of authentication. Some cases contain more than one arrowhead. SIZE: Smallest 5-1/2” l x 4-1/2” w. Largest 8-1/2” w x 12-1/4” l. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Generally good. 49430-25 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3283

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3284

TWO PIPE BOWLS & STEMS.

1) Second half of the 19th century. Small flared Plains pipe bowl, showing good use. Chip decoration around edge of bowl. 2) Late 19th century inlaid Northern Plains pipe pole. Stetite inlaid with pewter and catlinite. 3) Stem is finely quill wrapped, showing very good patina with red, white and blue bands in hour-glass shapes. 4) Stem is wood quill wrapped with sinew wrapped trade cloth. Quill work is yellow, brown, white and red with a diamond design. SIZE: 1) 2-1/2″ l x 1-3/4″ h. 2) 6-1/2″ l x 3-1/2″ h. 3) 1-1/4″ l x 1-1/4″ h. 4) 21″ l x 1-1/2″ h. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: 1) Good. 2) Shows good in-use wear. 3) On one side quill has two 1/2 rows missing toward the middle. End has good in-use wear. 4) Scattered quill loss. 49430-10 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3284

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3285

TWO PIPE BAGS, PAIR OF LEGGINGS, BABY BONNET & POSSIBLE BAG.

1) Sioux style leggings are expanding chevron design on both sides on white background. 2) Indian style possible bag has large white background with diamond and boxed type designs with large flap. 3)Second half of the 20th century. Pictorial beaded baby bonnet with two crossed American flag motif. 4) Pipe bag is on white background having typical Sioux design. 5) Sioux style pipe bag. Long white background beaded bag with different typical motifs on either side including crosses and step diamonds. Quill wrapped fringe bottom. SIZE: 1) 6-1/2″ w x 11″ l. 2) 9-1/2″ l x 11″ w. 3) 7″ overall. 4) 8″ w x 24″ l (including fringe) 5) 6-1/2″ w x 41″ l (including fringe). PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good to very good. 49430-6 (800-1,200) – Lot 3285

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3286

FOUR PLAINS STYLE PIPE TOMAHAWKS ALONG WITH TWO AXES, PIKE HEAD & PIPE TOMAHAWK.

Plains style pipe tomahawks: 1) Having steel finely tooled pipe bowl on hardwood tack decorated stem. 2) Bronze cast and pierced heart head with hardwood handle. 3) Steel finely tooled with pierced heart head on tack decorated hardwood handle. 4) Plains style pipe tomahawk in cast brass with dove-tailed steel blade. Engraved “1882” on one side and stamped “MISSOURI” with a three leaf clover shield shaped cartouche. Mounted on hardwood tack decorated stem. 5) Plains contemporary pipe tomahawk. Chrome steel marked “Windlass India” on hardwood stem with steel mouth piece. 6) African ax of forged steel blade mounted on hardwood handle. Late 19th century. 7) Pike head dug in Otero County, NM. Hand forged, but heavily pitted. 8) Mid 19th century belt ax. Forged iron on crudely carved hardwood handle, probably a later replacement. SIZE: 1) 8″ w x 21-3/4″ l. 2) 9″ w x 17-1/2″ l. 3) 10-1/2″ w x 24-1/4″ l. 4) 7″ w x 23-1/2″ l. 5) 10″ w x 23″ l. 6) 9″ w x 16″ l. 7) 2″ w x 12″ l. 8) 5″ w x 21″ l. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good to very good. 49430-2 (800-1,200) – Lot 3286

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3287

FOUR INDIAN BEADED KNIFE SHEATHS WITH KNIVES, BEADED MOCCASINS & BEADED ARM BANDS.

1) Plateau style beaded sheath. Light blue background with stepped triangle design with old kitchen knife. 2) Sioux green background circa 1920 knife sheath with crude make-do knife. 3) Late 19th Century sheath having double sided solidly worked bead work consisting of chevron and step triangle designs. 4) Late 19th Century sheath having crosses and chevron design with blue background. 5) Pair of Sioux fully beaded moccasins including bottoms with blue background, split tongues in typical stepped motif. 6) Arm bands are beaded and fringed with quill wrapped decorations. SIZE: 1) 11″ Sheath. 2) 12″ Sheath. 3) 9″ l x 3″ w. 4) 10″ l (including fringe) 2-1/4″ w. 5) 10″ l. 6) 14″ l overall with danglers. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good to very good, minor bead loss on the moccasins & minor quill loss on the arm bands. 49430-4 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3287

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3288

TWO SIOUX BEADED VESTS.

1) First quarter 20th century. Fully beaded vest with trade cloth lining. Formerly on touring exhibit with Encyclopedia Brittanica’s “Great Chiefs of the world” travelling museum. Was displayed on Red Cloud, Ogallala Sioux. 2) Late 19th Century, beaded vest with white background with geometric chevron type designs on Deerskin with trade cloth lining. SIZE: 1) 22″ h x 22″ w. 2) 17″ l x 17″ w. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. 1) From the Tom Domiani Collection. CONDITION: 1) Good. 2) Some bead loss throughout. 49430-19 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3288

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3289

TWO PICTORIAL PIPE BAGS.

Cheyenne style pictorial bag. Both sides with chiefs in full head dress sitting on horses. Quill wrapped fringe. 2) Plains style pictorial pipe bag has blue background. Two standing chiefs on either side, four horses heads above. SIZE: 1) 6″ w x 30″ l (including fringe). 2) 5-1/2″ w x 28″ l (including fringe). PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Both are very good. 49430-7 (800-1,200) – Lot 3289

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3290

INTERESTING LOT OF 25 RIKER CASES WITH FIVE PREHISTORIC STYLE STONE IMPLEMENTS & BRASS HELMET AND SMALL CANNON.

Cases include: Prehistoric stone pendants, club heads and a carved bird stone, four banner stones, pop eye bird stone, and mortar and pestle, dug artifacts, fossils, trade beads, Eskimo bone harpoon points and effigies. Mexican try is carved silver. Bronze cast chief belt buckle. Spanish silver coin mounted in gold frame. Roman style brass helmet, as found. 10-1/2″ brass cannon barrel. SIZE: Largest case 6-1/8” w x 8-1/4” l. Smallest case 6-1/8” l x 5-1/4” w. Largest artifact 6” l x 3” w. Smallest artifact 3-1/2” l x 2-3/4” h. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Generally good. 49430-26 (800-1,200) – Lot 3290

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3291

22 SMALL RIKER CASES & 17 WOOD DISPLAY CASES.

Lot includes arrow heads, some miscellaneous artifacts including bone tools, etc. SIZE: Largest case: 20″ x 15″. Smallest case: 3″ x 2-1/2″. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Generally very good. 49430-27 (800-1,200) – Lot 3291

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3292

SIX PLAINS STYLE PIPE TOMAHAWKS.

1) Hardwood tack decorated and scalloped stem with steel head. 2) Hardwood tack decorated stem with iron head. 3) Steel pierced and engraved head. Hardwood stem with unusual tack decoration and bone mouthpiece. 4) Plains style pipe tomahawk with open pierced blade in a heart shape. Tack decorated and file burnt stem. Surmounted by pewter mouthpiece. 5 & 6) Pair are steel tooled and pierced heads with hardwood tack decorated stems. SIZE: 1) 9-1/2″ w x 24-1/2″ l. 2) 8″ w x 23″ l. 3) 11″ w x 25-1/2″ l. 4) 9″ w x 23-1/4″ l. 5 & 6) 11″ w x 24″ l. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: All in good condition. 49430-1 (800-1,200) – Lot 3292

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3293

11 SHADOW BOX DISPLAYS WITH PIPES AND ARTIFACTS & THREE RIKER CASES WITH ASSORTED INDIAN STYLE ARTIFACTS TOGETHER WITH TWO CLUBS, KNIFE & ESKIMO CARVING.

Shadow boxes contains: Plains pipe and file branded stem with carved catlinite bowl, Soapstone steatite pipe from the Great Lakes region, stone paint bowl from Phillmont, N.M., paint from Nebraska, Bannerstone, Clay pipe with human face effigy, two necklaces and three bracelets comprised of trade beads, puka shells, stone and bone, late 20th century polychrome Navajo basket, ten bone implements including Plains high scraper and Eskimo spear points. Shadow box with collection of items purportedly from Montana including crude wood handled raw hide wrapped stone headed club, early 20th century. Beaded equestrian club with stone head and beaded handle. Equestrian club with stone head with raw hide wrappings and beads. Plains style buffalo horn club ceremonial club with beaded handle, along with seven stone artifacts and dug buffalo horn. Shadow box containing Indian stone & bone artifacts includes: Prehistoric arrow heads, pottery shards and various other implements (back of case has item list). Cases with prehistoric Native American artifacts includes lot of 27 dug stone implements and pottery shards, 17 prehistoric style arrowheads, 5 prehistoric style stone banner stones. Boxes with stone & shell artifacts including dug shell necklace, various stone carvings including four effigy pipes, numerous arrow heads, bird stone and interesting shell carved fragment, bone whale effigy. Riker Cases: 1) Iron belt ax head with pierced heart. 2) Large trade bead necklace. 3) Two trade bead necklaces and a crystal. Also, a soapstone tribal effigy handled knife, club made from piano leg with beads and cloth on wood handle and an iron head club on wood handle. SIZE: Shadow box: Largest is: 26-1/2″ l x 26-1/2″ w. Largest Riker case: 16″ l x 12″ w. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Generally good, one club with minor bead loss. Some cases have attached sheet detailing contents. 49430-15 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3293

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3294

PLAINS PIPE TOMAHAWK, FOUR PLAINS STYLE PIPE TOMAHAWKS & WAR AX.

Lot includes: 1) Plains pipe tomahawk, second half of the 19th Century. Crudely forged steel head on hardwood. File burnt and tack decoration and pewter inlaid stem. 2) Plains style pipe tomahawk, late 19th century cast steel bowl. Finely tooled with scalloped decorated blade. Mounted on hardwood pewter inlaid stem and file burnt decoration. 3) Plains style presentation pipe tomahawk. Finely engraved brass pipe head with steel inlaid blade. Mounted on hardwood handle with inlaid tooled brass decoration and horn mouth piece. 4) Plains style pipe tomahawk. Steel pierced pipe surrounded by beaded and high fringe handle. The head is signed “GBH” with pierced cross in blade. 5) Plains type pipe tomahawk. Steel finely tooled blade with crown cartouche on tack decorated hardwood handle. 6) War ax. Hand forged blade with illegible makers embossed mark mounted on crudely carved tack decorated handle with rich patina. SIZE: 1) 10-1/2″ w x 24-1/2″ l. 2) 8″ w x 20-3/4″ l. 3) 8-1/2″ w x 21″ l. 4) 11″ w x 24″ l. 5) 9-1/4″ w x 24″ l. 6) 9-1/2″ w x 24″ l. PROVENANCE: Rod Fuller Estate Collection. CONDITION: Good to very good. 49430-3 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3294

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3295

CARVED FIGURE OF PATRIOT AND FIGURE OF PUNCH.

1) Origin unknown, second half of the 20th century. A well detailed carving of a Patriot in tricorn hat with waistcoat, blue overcoat, red epaulets and cuffs and button up boots. 2) Cast composition of Punch on a wooden base. Resembles Tobacconist figures of the late 19th century, but dates from late 20th century. SIZE: 1) 68″ h x 17-1/2″ w x 17-3/4″ d. 2) 77″ h x 18″ w x 23″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: 1) Good with some age separtion to laminate and some age cracking. Loss to feathered hat. 2) Condition generally good with some paint loss. 49354-5 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3295

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3296

TWO CARVED AND PAINTED TOBACCONIST FIGURES.

1) 20th century Caribbean possibly American figure. Carved of pine Caribbean Tobacconist figure with amulet, feathered head dress and dress. Standing on a tapered platform. 2) 20th century, possibly Asian, carved of a solid piece of tropical hardwood. Holding a book style box in proper left hand which reads “Cigars and Tobacco”. Proper right hand was designed to hold something which is not present. Tobacco leaves tucked in between elbow and body. SIZE: 1) 57″ h x 17″ w x 12″ d. 2) 70-1/2″ t x 17″ w x 14″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: 1) Good with some age cracks and paint loss. 2) Good with age cracks, paint loss. Portion of feathered head dress repaired. 49354-6 (2,400-3,600) – Lot 3296

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3297

FOUR FIGURES.

1) Cast iron 19th century African American groom hitching post figure. Signed on base “Wood Phil.” 2) Late 20th century, origin unknown carved and painted wood with copper drum head depicting a kilted Scottish highlander drummer boy, right hand holding a tobacco sign. 3) 20th century, possibly American, Punch figure in the manner of a 19th century tobacconist figure holding a bunch of cigars in left hand. 4) Late 20th century carved wood carousel style standing lion, probably of Asian manufacture. Carved in pine. SIZE: 1) 48″ t x 20″ w x 16″ d. 2) 42″ t x 13″ w x 18″ d. 3) 45″ t x 20″ w x 18″ d. 4) 48″ l x 38″ h x 20″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: 1) Good condition with recent paint. Appears to be remounted on original cotton bale base with new fasteners. 2) Good. 3) Good, missing some letters on sign post. Some age cracks. 4) Good with some seam separation and age cracks. 49354-2 (1,300-1,900) – Lot 3297

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3298

FOUR WOOD CARVINGS OF INDIAN CHIEFS.

Last quarter of the 20th century, origin unknown. These carvings are in the manner of cigar store figures of the late 19th/early 20th century done in America, but are of a later date and quite likely not American. Nicely detailed and painted decorative carvings. One chief is sitting cross-legged with peace pipe, another chief is standing in scout position posed with cigars, another chief standing with mountain lion at feet and the fourth with cigar box and spear. SIZE: Tallest is 76″ h x 21″ w x 17″ d. Shortest is 37″ h x 10″ w x 9″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Generally good with some age cracks and paint loss, particularly to seated chief. 49354-1 (1,700-2,500) – Lot 3298

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3299

RARE PAINTED WOOD FIREMAN WEATHERVANE.

The painted pine and iron weathervane depicting a fireman holding an iron hose is mortise & tennon joined to a red platform base which has affixed to it the end of the iron hose. Original paint. Circa 1920, American. Along with a black painted display stand. SIZE: Weathervane 22″ h x 22-3/4″ l. Stand 6-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very minor weather abrasions, otherwise very good. 49140-137 (800-1,600) – Lot 3299

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3300

EARLY HAND WROUGHT SHEET STEEL GABRIEL WEATHERVANE.

Nice form with the angel flying blowing trumpet. Wrought iron attached support and rod. SIZE: With rod 17″ h x 24-1/2″ l. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Rust surface, very good. 49055-69 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 3300

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3301

HORSE WITH SULKY RIDER WEATHERVANE, INDIAN WEATHERVANE AND SILHOUETTE HORSE AND RIDER COPPER CUTOUT.

1) Late 20th century, 33″ Sulky copper weathervane. 2) 1st half 20th century, 17″ h, total height with stand 33″ cutout and painted kneeling Indian with bow and arrow, affixed to its original post. 3) 10″ h x 13″ w, antique copper silhouette cutout of a man on two wheeled carriage pulled by single horse (possibly a mailbox top). PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: 1) Man has come loose, wheels loose with some soldering needed. 2) Bend at waist, wood post is split. 3) Solder break at wheel. Otherwise good. 49354-36 (400-600) – Lot 3301

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3302

TWO FIGURAL SHEET IRON WEATHERVANES.

19th or 20th Century. Stylized folky representations of a rooster and a fish. Weathered red paint. Fish with riveted construction and supports on back. Remnant of weathered silver paint. Each accompanied by a metal museum stand. SIZE: 1) 26″ l x 1′ h. 2) 25-1/2″ l x 10-3/4″ h. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Good with repair to rooster’s bill. 49055-122 (1,200-1,400) – Lot 3302

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3303

COPPER GRASSHOPPER WEATHERVANE.

Late 20th century. Repousse copper, brass pipe, wire. Accompanied by its museum type stand. SIZE: 30″ l x 21″ h. CONDITION: Imperfections. 48654-3 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3303

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3304

THREE PAINT DECORATED TABLETOP COFFEE GRINDERS.

1) 27″ h. x 17″ (wheel). Enterprise coffee grinder with large Eagle finial, original blue and red paint, containing its original wood drawer with porcelain knob. 2) 14’1/2″ h. 10-3/4″ (wheel). Enterprise coffee grinder in original red and blue paint, having decals, the original drawer marked “No. 3”. 3) 12-1/2″ h. 8-1/2″ (wheel). Landers Frary & Clark coffee grinder in original red and blue paint with decals. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: All appear original, un-restored in dirty attic found condition, some losses to paint, but generally intact original condition. 49203-6 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3304

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3305
Revised: 8/18/2015

Please note: Directionals under the Indian weathervane do not go with this lot.

MASSASOIT INDIAN WEATHERVANE AND SETTER WEATHERVANE.

Both late 20th century, the 22″ Indian with bow and arrow in a weathered gilt surface having two gilt spheres and old directional’s which have been broken at juncture, with wood block stand. The setter with a sprayed verdigris finish of a pointing dog having directional’s but no shaft. SIZE: Indian total height 45″. Setter is 16″ h x 32″ l. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Very good and as noted above. 49354-40 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3305

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3306

INTERESTING GILT SPADE WEATHERVANE.

The flat blade shovel with standard cutout handle is made of gilt tin over a wood form. SIZE: 39″ l x 8″ at widest. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Good, some splits and loss to gilt. 49055-206 (600-800) – Lot 3306

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3307

PAIR OF CAST IRON DUCK DECOY ANDIRONS.

Circa 1920. Marked “Liberty Foundry St. Louis, MO”. Original dry black paint, the hollow cast, half round form on semi-circular footed bases in opposing views. Step-down log dogs. SIZE: 11″ h x 14-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with minor oxidation and paint abrasions. 49140-160 (500-1,000) – Lot 3307

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3308

PORCELLI STUDIOS LEADED LAMP.

Outstanding fully leaded table lamp has a band of varying flowers. Colors are vibrant oranges, pinks, red and purples with a variegated green background. Behind this band of flowers are pieces of confetti glass that gives the shade a three-dimensional appearance. Geometric rows to the top and bottom are constructed in very intense blues and greens. Shade is supported by a nicely patinated three socket base complete with pierced top cap. Signed is signed “Joseph Porcelli”. SIZE: Shade is 22″ dia. Lamp is 26″ t. CONDITION: Shade is very good to excellent. Patina is flaking to one socket arm on base and one turn switch is broken. 49480-1 (8,000-12,000) – Lot 3308

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3309

LALIQUE TYPE TABLE LAMP.

First half of the 20th Century, Unsigned. The opalescent decorated 9-1/2″ vase drilled to support a brass base and light fixture top. SIZE: Overall: 26-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Vase has three chips to base & drilled, otherwise good. 49042-35 (200-400) – Lot 3309

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3310

FINE LALIQUE “BISKRA” VASE.

Circa 1932 France. The oblong melon formed vase cut with fronds signed LALIQUE/FRANCE beneath the foot in block letters. SIZE: 11-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Vase has a substantial hairline crack along base. 49331-9 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3310

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3311

LARGE PAIR OF LEGRAS SIGNED VASES, NOW MOUNTED AS LAMPS.

Late 19th early 20th Century France. Each bottle form vase white to grey translucent glass with cranberry floral vinery with lavender red tones. SIZE: 25″ h. OH with fittings 29″. CONDITION: Now drilled and mounted as lamps. 49331-29 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 3311

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3312

RARE AND IMPORTANT GROUP OF GOLD AND SILVER BROCADE LINEN FROM THE RUSSIAN WINTER PALACE AT ST. PETERSBURG.

Linen set consists of a 20″ square doily with six 6″ x 6″ smaller square doilies, all having a looped open border involving multiple threads. The metal threads of gold and silver have a yellow thread base which is wound with a flat gold and silver wrap. The interior design of the large doily are flowers and vines with two 1″ borders, the smaller doilies with flower heads and lines. Accompanying the set is a description on parchment paper from the Hammer Collection of New York, NY for the Russian Imperial Exhibition. The typed letter dated January 10th, 1933, described as follows “Article No.X 100 Brocade from a collection assembled at the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia, consisting of hand-loomed brocades, damasks, handout velvets, and altar sets. The metal brocades are woven with genuine gold and silver threads.” SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Very good some age toning. 49203-4 (25,000-35,000) – Lot 3312

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3313

OVERLAY GLASS PUNCH BOWL, COVER & STAND.

Probably by the Imperial Glass Works, St. Petersburg. Mid-19th Century. The bowl of barrel form, overlaid throughout in opaque blue 7 white glass cut with trefoils, tracery and lobed cartouches in Gothic Revival style. Apparently unmarked. Reference: For a similar work in Gothic Revival style by the Imperial Glass Works, see exhibition catalog “Imperial Glass Factory, 225th Foundation Day Anniversary, 1777-1917″, St. Petersburg, 2004, p. 68, illustrated. SIZE: 21″ h overall. Plate 12” dia. PROVENANCE: Christie’s New York: Friday, April 23, 2010. Lot 209. CONDITION: Very good. 49452-1 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3313

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3314

CAMEO GLASS VASE.

Late 19th, early 20th Century France. Signed Daum Nancy. Mottled green foliate decoration with pea pods cut to sea foam green body, tapering to a violet frosted foot. SIZE: 14-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Top lip ground, otherwise good. 49331-22 (800-1,200) – Lot 3314

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3315

TIFFANY STUDIOS FLOOR LAMP.

Floor lamp begins with a green favrile glass shade which is finished with a cased liner. The shade has a gentle iridescent finish. Supporting the shade is a bronze harp floor base with wood tray and ashtray. The bronze stem rests atop a bronze circular disk with four ornate feet. Finishing this smoke stand floor base is a blue decorated glass insert. Shade is signed “L.C.T.” and base is signed “Tiffany Studios New York 582″. SIZE: Shade has 2-1/4″ fitter x 10″ dia. Overall 56″ t. CONDITION: Shade has chips to fitter. Base is very good to excellent. Glass ashtray is a replacement with numerous chips at edge. 49480-11 (3,000-5,000) – Lot 3315

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3316

TIFFANY STUDIOS ACORN HANGING LAMP.

Leaded hanging lamp begins with a deep green translucent style of glass with dichroic acorns that when are unlit are yellow and green but when properly illuminated turn a fiery orange. Shade has bronze chain and a four light cluster. Shade is properly signed “Tiffany Studios New York”. SIZE: 22″ dia x 18″ l not including chain. CONDITION: Very good to excellent with few tight hairlines. Chain has a slightly different patina then the cap. 49480-13 (10,000-15,000) – Lot 3316

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3317

TIFFANY ACORN LEADED GLASS TABLE LAMP.

The 16″ shade with a row of green and orange tinged acorns surrounded by geometric bands in mottled orange. The shade appears to be unsigned. The shade rests on three arms from the Grecian style urn base with an electrified removable font marked “2133 Tiffany Studios New York”. The base marked “Tiffany Studios New York” and impressed “15”. SIZE: Shade: 16″ dia. 21-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, two replaced screw on bottom of base. 49480-2 (5,000-8,000) – Lot 3317

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3318

FABULOUS PAIR OF BRASS FOUR LIGHT MIRROR BACK WALL SCONCES BY TIFFANY & CO.

Rectangular sconces having 2 pair of candle holders for each sconce. An open bead edge with tall crest having open work and cherubs surrounding an oval medallion. A mask applied to the bottom section. The rectangular frame decorated with fruit and flowers, all surrounding a beveled edge mirror plate. The back plate marked “Tiffany & Co., Makers 0247 M 6978”. NOTE: A letter from Tiffany & Co., dated July 31, 1956, indicates that the sconces were made between 1875 and 1891. And indicated that the tools for making them have long been destroyed. SIZE: 24-1/2″ h x 17″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 49042-5 (1,500-3,000) – Lot 3318

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3319

QUEZAL INDIGO STEM VASE.

Late 19th, early 20th Century. Iridescent indigo with pale olive green accents, tapering to a deep indigo foot. Signed “Quezal” on base of foot. SIZE: 7-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Good. 49331-43 (400-600) – Lot 3319

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3320

PAIR OF BOHEMIAN GLASS VASES.

Late 19th, early 20th Century. Each cranberry squat vase with white overlay further decorated with etched gold gilt floral bouquets. SIZE: 6-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 49331-42 (600-800) – Lot 3320

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3321

PAIR OF ENAMEL DECORATED POKALS.

First third 20th Century Germany. Olive green dimpled glass footed pokals with covers, decorated with Bavarian figures in 17th Century attire centering a rondel of trade symbols. SIZE: 17″ h. CONDITION: With wear to enamel decoration and possible repairs to each knop finials. 49331-25 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3321

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3322

MOSER PUNCH BOWL SET.

Late 19th Century Central Europe. Comprised of a footed bowl with cover, tray and 7 footed cups. Chartreuse to clear decorated with etched grapevines. Each cup a quatrefoil form. SIZE: Bowl: 13″ h x 8″ d. Tray: 14″ d. Cups: 3″ h. CONDITION: Good with some frits on rims. 49331-2 (1,200-1,500) – Lot 3322

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3323

PAIR OF GILT BRONZE FIGURES OF SKATERS.

Late 19th early 20th Century Northern Europe. Depicting a male and female skater in period dress, each balancing a basket on head, the male figure with small lance. Each mounted on an oval socle. SIZE: 7-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Good. 49331-20 (800-1,200) – Lot 3323

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3324

UNUSUAL PAIR OF LUSTER VASES WITH HOLLY METAL MOUNTS.

Late 19th Century Continental. Each green luster vase reminiscent of Loetz with ruffled edges. The holly sprigs enamel decorated. SIZE: 8-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 49331-4 (800-1,200) – Lot 3324

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3325

FINE PAIR OF MOSER URNS.

Late 19th Century Central Europe. Each black vase enamel decorated with dense floral vinery and songbirds beneath a crenelated top rim. SIZE: 13-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Good. 49331-19 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3325

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3326

PUNCHBOWL SET.

Late 19th Century Central Europe. Comprised of a footed bowl and 6 cups. Glass of a pale tea color decorated overall with delicate polychrome vinery, each with ruffled foot rims. The bowl additionally decorated with turquoise glass button prunts. SIZE: Bowl: 10″ h x 11-1/2″. Cups: 3-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good with slight wear to enamel. 49331-3 (800-1,200) – Lot 3326

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3327

RARE TIFFANY STUDIOS INTAGLIO CUT LAMP.

Lamp begins with a green favrile glass shade that is intaglio cut in several layers in colors of soft green, medium green and vibrant white depicting a floral design with long stem foliage. Shade is finished with a white cased liner for proper illumination. Supporting the shade is a single socket green favrile glass base. Shade and base each have an outstanding, matching iridescent finish that shows the spectrum of the color purple. Lamp is complete with a pierced top cap having a brown patina finish. Shade is signed “LC Tiffany 2406L” and base is signed “LC Tiffany Favrile”. SIZE: Shade is 7″ dia x 2-1/4″ fitter. Lamp is 14-1/2″ t. CONDITION: Shade and base are very good to excellent. Shade has minor roughness to fitter. Underside of base has two lines of threading which are from manufacture. Harp has one arm that has come unsoldered. 49480-12 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3327

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3328

TIFFANY RUFFLED EDGE FAVRILE NUT DISH AND A SILVER OVERLAY LOETZ VASE.

The 2-3/4″ dia. dish in iridescent gold has a pinched ruffled rim, signed on bottom “L.C.T. Fravile”. The 4-1/2″ h silver overlay on a blue to gold ruffled top vase, unsigned. SIZE: As noted above. CONDITION: Very good. 48871-3 (800-1,200) – Lot 3328

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3329

TIFFANY FLOOR LAMP WITH METAL DOME SHADE.

The simulated damascene bronze shade unmarked Tiffany having a green surface, the bronze base marked “Tiffany Studio’s New York, 423” also “6033”. SIZE: Base 54″ h. Shade 5″ h x 10″ dia. x 2-1/4″ fitting rim. CONDITION: Base has been rewired, very good. Shade has some finish loss and repaired dent. 49042-11 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3329

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3330

TIFFANY STUDIOS PINE NEEDLE CARRIAGE CLOCK.

Tiffany Studios carriage clock is done in the pine needle pattern with caramel slag glass backing. The clock case houses a French carriage clock movement with visible escapement through glass in the top. The white porcelain dial has black roman numerals. Clock is complete with a replacement key. The clock case is finished in a gold patina. Marked on the underside “Tiffany Studios New York 877″. SIZE: 5-1/4″ t. CONDITION: Very good with some minor discoloration to patina. 49480-17 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3330

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3331

TIFFANY STUDIOS NINTH CENTURY INKWELL.

Rare small size inkwell, in the Ninth Century pattern, has green and blue jewels with ornamental strapwork and animals overall. Inkwell is complete with glass insert. Signed on underside “Tiffany Studios New York 1699″. SIZE: 2″ x 2-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 49480-21 (400-600) – Lot 3331

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3332

TIFFANY GREEN FAVRILE DECORATED VASE.

Tiffany green vase has gold iridescent pulled feather design extending around the shoulder, leading to the square mouth. The vase rests on a dark blue iridescent foot. Signed on the underside “L.C. Tiffany Favrile 3727P”. SIZE: 3-1/2″ t x 5-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 49480-18 (800-1,200) – Lot 3332

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3333
Revised: 8/17/2015

Great news, this piece is by Tiffany. In fact, it is by Tiffany Studios. After removing it from the frame, we discovered the original signature “LCT/Spec” and we guarantee it to be by Tiffany.

FRAMED ROUND GLASS DISC ATTRIBUTED TO TIFFANY & CO.

The cut corner black and gold decorated wood frame surrounds a 10″ dia. gold glass disc with slightly raised and textured center. Very typical iridescence and color, the back painted with a silver black paint for reflective purposes, possibly hiding the signature. SIZE: Over all 13″ square. CONDITION: Some backing silver missing, glass very good. 49101-3 (300-500) – Lot 3333

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3334

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 to excellent. 45505-6 (300-500) – Lot 3334

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3335

FINE PAIR OF GERMAN .800 SILVER AND CUT GLASS COVERED WEDDING CHALICES.

The identical pair have blue and clear goblet tops having three round cut scenes one of kissing birds, another of cornucopia of flowers, the third with lyre and book. The stems of silver with a 2-1/2″ putti holding up the goblet frame, the shaped base fully hallmarked and stamped .800 Germany. Each goblet having a 4-1/2″ h silver cover with naturalistic flower finial. SIZE: 14-1/4″ h. PROVENANCE: A fine Swamscott, MA, home. CONDITION: Very good. 49339-12 (800-1,200) – Lot 3335

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3336

FINE LOT OF STERLING SILVER SERVING PIECES.

1) 6-1/2″ ladle by W.S. Sorensen, Denmark. 2) 10-1/2″ cake knife by Georg Jensen in the “Cactus” pattern. 3) 3-3/4″ sugar tongs by Georg Jensen in the “Acorn” pattern. 4) 4″ hand hammered spoon/ladle with green stone in handle by Kalo. 5-6) 5″ sugar spoon and 8″ tongs by TH. Marthinsen, Norway. 7) 5″ enameled Russian spoon marked “84”. 8) 8-1/4″ “Tobacco Leaf” dish by Alfred Sciarrotta, Newport, RI. SIZE: Sizes as noted above. Weight: 10 tr. oz. PROVENANCE: From a fine Newton MA home. CONDITION: 4) With bend to handle. 8) With bent edges. 49127-5 (400-800) – Lot 3336

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3337

RUBY AND DIAMOND PENDANT ON A 14KT YELLOW GOLD NECKLACE.

The pendant having an oval ruby of approximately 1 carat with small diamond. Necklace with a lobster clasp marked 14K. SIZE: 16″ chain. TW 2g. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-9 (800-1,200) – Lot 3337

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3338

14KT YELLOW GOLD AND GREEN JADE BANGLE.

Untested medium green colors with 14kt gold ends. SIZE: Inside: 2-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-10 (800-1,200) – Lot 3338

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3339

14KT WHITE GOLD DIAMOND LADY’S RING.

The center diamond surrounded by 13 various sized diamonds. Marked 14KT. SIZE: 5-1/4. CONDITION: Very good. 49226-14 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3339

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3340

14KT DIAMOND AND AMETHYST PEIRCED EARRINGS.

The posts marked “14K”. The light oval amethyst surrounded by a ring of very small diamond melees. SIZE: TW 2g. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-13 (800-1,200) – Lot 3340

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3341

18 PIECES OF STERLING HOLLOWWARE AND A PAIR OF CASED KNIFE RESTS AND REVERE BOWL.

Lot includes: 1) 7-1/2″ child’s plate, “Peter Pan” motif. 2) 6-1/2″ flower decorated 2 handled low dish by Whiting. 3) 9-1/2″ reticulated low bowl (with dents). 4) 10″ international plate. 5) 12-1/2″ x 6-1/2″ Chippendale style tray. 6-7) International sugar and creamer. 8-11) 2 sets of cobalt lined salts with pepper shakers. 12-13) 2 small dishes. 14) Gorham footed reticulated dish. 15) A Revere type bowl. 16) 3″ high handled mug with English hallmarks (London, 1818, RB EB). 17) 2″ x 3″ compact marked “Elizabeth Arden, New York” (broken inside glass). 18) A pair of cased silver plated knife rests. 19) Silver plated Revere type bowl. SIZE: As noted above. Sterling weight 65 tr. oz. CONDITION: Generally very good, or otherwise noted above. 49127-10 (800-1,200) – Lot 3341

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3342

63 PIECES OF MISCELLANEOUS COIN AND STERLING SILVER FLATWARE.

Lot includes 13 pieces of coin silver, comprising 6 forks, ladle, butter knife, 4 spoons, and a salt spoon. Sterling silver includes a Gorham flower decorated dish, 2 napkin rings, 6 salt spoons, 8 Durgin teaspoons, 8 Gorham teaspoons, 15 other miscellaneous pieces. Most pieces are monogrammed, also included is a cased set of 12 Reed & Barton demitasse spoons in the “Devon” pattern. SIZE: From 3-1/2″ long to 8-1/2″ long. Weight 47 tr. oz. PROVENANCE: The estate of Helen Fogg of Norwell, MA. CONDITION: Generally very good, some show use. 49127-13 (700-900) – Lot 3342

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3343

LARGE LOT OF SILVERPLATED FLATWARE AND MISCELLANEOUS PIECES.

Lot includes 2 punch ladles, serving pieces, knives, forks, spoons, a Cyma company travel clock, MOP fruit knives, hip flask, and more. SIZE: Sizes from 2″ to 19″. PROVENANCE: The estate of Helen Fogg of Norwell, MA. CONDITION: Shows use, generally good. 49127-14 (300-500) – Lot 3343

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3344

THREE FIGURE COMPOTE AND BRASS DECORATED BOX.

1) The tall compote having three back facing 9″ t silver plated maidens (The Three Graces), with a central shaft holding a silver rimmed cut glass shallow bowl. 2) Brass relief decorated box with hinged lid decorated with a courting scene, surrounded by corner relief vignettes with a flower border. The body of the box with garlands of flowers, all supported on three decorative short feet. The bottom marked made in France, “Medaille Dior” with makers mark “AB” within a diamond. Comes with original key. SIZE: 1) 14-1/2″ h x 11-1/2″ dia. 2) 4″ h x 12″ w x 9″ d. CONDITION: 1) Very good. 2) Some wear to gilt surface, otherwise very good. 49480-16 (300-500) – Lot 3344

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3345

INTERESTING BLUE STONE 18KT PENDANT.

The pendant marked “750”. Lantern form with open center having five oval cut blue stones. SIZE: 3/4″ h. TW 6g. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-11 (600-900) – Lot 3345

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3346

14KT ROSE GOLD DIAMOND AND AMETHYST LADY’S RING.

The center square cut amethyst in deep color surrounded by 20 diamond melees with three rows of five diamond melees on each side. SIZE: 7-1/2. TW 4g. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-12 (800-1,200) – Lot 3346

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3347

PAIR OF BLUE STONE DROP PIERCED EARRINGS.

These designer earrings unmarked having medium blue large oval cut stones with two simulated cut diamonds. SIZE: 2-1/4″ l. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-16 (500-800) – Lot 3347

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3348

PAIR OF STERLING AND PURPLE STONE AND SIMULATED DIAMOND PIERCED EARRINGS.

The backs marked “925”. Large oval cut stone with outside wire weave studded with simulated diamonds. SIZE: 2-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-18 (400-600) – Lot 3348

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3349

DESIGNER STERLING BANGLE BRACELET WITH SIMULATED DIAMONDS AND BLUE STONES.

Marked “925” having a pear shaped blue stone surrounded by a double row of simulated diamonds. SIZE: 2-1/4″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 49330-17 (400-600) – Lot 3349

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3350

OPALINE PORTRAIT VASE.

Late 19th early 20th Century possibly England. The opaque creme vase polychrome decorated with a portrait of a young lady in classical tunic releasing a songbird, framed by gilt flowering foliage. Artist signed “A H n e” in script. SIZE: 14-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 49331-31 (400-600) – Lot 3350

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3351

PAIR OF WHITE OPALINE VASES.

Late 19th Century probably England. Decanter form white frosted vases decorated overall with delicate urns above pearl and pendant swags. SIZE: 14″ h. CONDITION: Good. 49331-39 (300-400) – Lot 3351

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3352

19TH CENTURY GREEN CUT TO CLEAR BLOWN DECANTER, CIRCA 1840-1860.

Beautiful emerald green cut to clear panel with hexagonal paneled sides, each with a cut round thumbprint. This is blown and has a broken pontil at the bottom and complete with stopper. SIZE: Approx. 12” high. CONDITION: Excellent. 49421-77 (250-350) – Lot 3352

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3353

PAIR OF BOHEMIAN COVERED JARS.

Late 19th Century Central Europe. Moser style gilt foliate decoration. Each square pink fluted jar with matching hinged cover. SIZE: 4-1/2″ h x 3-1/2″ w x 2-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Good overall. 49331-21 (400-600) – Lot 3353

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3354

PAIR OF OVERLAY GLASS GOBLETS.

Late 19th, early 20th Century. Each with sea foam green over white goblet with polychrome floral decoration and with gold accents, faceted and tapering to a faceted foot. SIZE: 8-1/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good with slight wear to gilding. 49331-8 (400-600) – Lot 3354

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3355

BOHEMIAN VASE WITH UNDERPLATE.

Late 19th, early 20th Century Central Europe. The tulip shaped vase with matching dish in cranberry red with creme overlay and decorative gold trim. SIZE: Overall height: 6″ x 7″ d. CONDITION: Good with wear to gilding and some soiling. 49331-5 (400-600) – Lot 3355

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3356

BOHEMIAN GLASS DECANTER.

Late 19th Century Central Europe. The blue to clear bottle formed decanter decorated overall with foliate gilding. Offered without stopper. SIZE: 11″ h. CONDITION: Normal and expected wear to decoration. 49331-45 (600-800) – Lot 3356

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3357

GOUDA AMPHORA DECORATED VASE.

The vase decorated with Iris and Tulips with a wide crackle background in a vibrant palette, bottom marked “Amphora/Holland/WB.633/M-58A/G.V.” SIZE: 10-1/2″ h x 6-1/4″ w (at widest). CONDITION: Very good, one small chip to base. 1058-2 (300-500) – Lot 3357

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3358

DECORATED BLUE JEWELRY BOX WITH OVERLAY MOUNTS.

Late 19th Century France. The rectangular hinged lid with silk interior, enamel decorated with floral sprigs. The hole with gilt metal mounts on scrolled sabots. SIZE: 3″ h x 8″ l x 4″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49331-6 (500-700) – Lot 3358

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3359

PARADE SADDLE WITH SILVER MOUNTS AND FANCY CARVING.

Found in Western Canada, first half 20th century. The extremely fancy saddle of high quality, in fine condition. No signature found other than on the cinch buckle: “Blevins Buckle, Pat Pending, Wheatland, Wyo.” SIZE: 28” l x 24″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 49274-1 (1,200-2,000) – Lot 3359

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3360

19TH CENTURY PAIR OF HORN CHAIRS.

Texas, circa 1850-1900. Older examples of fanciful design, composed of Long Horns. SIZE: 46” h x 31” w x 30″ d. CONDITION: Good condition; upholstery redone. 49274-2 (1,200-2,500) – Lot 3360

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3361

FINE CARVED & PAINTED PINE PLAQUE DEPICTING STAGECOACH & INDIANS.

Early 20th Century. Single board relief carved with a mountain side having three trees and a descending four-horse drawn stagecoach with two drivers. In the foreground are two standing Indians with rifles. Unsigned. SIZE: 30-1/2″ x 21-3/4″. CONDITION: Very good. 49240-18 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3361

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3362

RARE AND FINE BUFFALO BILL MOVIE POSTER.

40″ x 26″ and 49″ x 35″ frame. Brilliant, multi-color poster with classic vignettes of Buffalo Bill on a white horse with iconic Indian views. Imprinted “BUFFALO BILL – PAWNEE BILL FILM CO” 145 West 45th St. New York City. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Not examined outside of frame but appears very good with some folds and one 1″ tear at top and one 2″ tear at bottom which does not affect aesthetics. Overall good bright colors. 49055-81 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 3362

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3363

CARVED HALF SIZE CIVIL WAR SOLDIER WITH RIFLE AND BACKPACK.

The cigar store style figure, unpainted with nice weathered patina. Probably late 19th early 20th century. SIZE: 41″ h. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Some shrinkage cracks and back third of base missing, otherwise good. 49055-90 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3363

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3364

SCARCE AMERICAN RENAISSANCE REVIVAL TWO-TIER WALNUT FOLIO STAND.

Last quarter 19th century. Walnut stand with ebonized trim, gilt heightened and polychrome painted overall. Pierced cresting with stylized floral decoration above the bank of two hinged folding compartments, each lid inlaid with a large oval panel of musical scores and instruments amidst flowers. Raised on trestle form supports with outscrolled legs. SIZE: 50″ h x 23″ w x 22″ d. CONDITION: Stand retains original surfaces. Proper left support repaired. Pediments at top of stand missing fasciae. 49421-38 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3364

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3365

ROCOCO REVIVAL ROSEWOOD CONSOLE, PROBABLY PHILADELPHIA.

Mid-19th century. The terra cotta colored Breschia marble top with serpentine and molded edges above the conforming molded frieze, the corners and center deeply shell-carved, raised on molded frontal cabriole legs joined to an incurved shell- and foliate-carved stretcher, the legs terminating in scrolling snail feet. SIZE: 48″ h x 42-1/2″ w x 21″ d. CONDITION: In very good condition, with old polished surfaces. Strong graining and good patina. 49421-37 (1,500-2,500) – Lot 3365

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3366

EXTRAORDINARY VICTORIAN SIGNED R. J. HORNER, NEW YORK, CARVED MAHOGANY CHINA CABINET.

19th Century. This outstanding carved lion head china cabinet has both front glass door and sides and features carvings of floral rosettes and guilloche carved frieze above the central bowed glass door flanked by anthemion and acanthus carved pilasters headed by a fully carved lion masks. The interior of the cabinet fitted with four conforming glass shelves and the cabinet having a mirrored back. The entire cabinet is supported by raised carved pawed feet. The original R.J. Horner label affixed to the back which reads, “R.J. Horner & Company, furniture makers and importers, 61, 63, 65, West 23rd Street, New York”. Truly a superb and impressive cabinet by one of the foremost American makers. SIZE: 66-1/2” h x 50” w x 19” d. CONDITION: Original finish and appears all original. 49421-10 (6,500-9,500) – Lot 3366

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3367

AESTHETIC STYLE MARQUETRY SIDE CABINET WITH MARBLE TOP.

20th century. Green and black Breschia marble top with stepped molded edges and canted corners. Above the conforming case, with a central frieze drawer over two long drawers with a central panel of marquetry decorated with overflowing baskets and urns of fruit and flowers. Case sides in curve. The cabinet gilt metal mounted overall with floral swags and with garlands. Case raised on shaped tapering gilt metal mounts, acanthus carved. SIZE: 37-1/2″ h x 61″ l x 20-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Marble top with chip to proper right center front, over frieze drawer. Shrinkage crack in marquetry panel. Otherwise very good with metal mounts intact. 49421-21 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3367

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3368

EIGHT-PIECE MAHOGANY COLONIAL REVIVAL DINING ROOM SUITE.

Last half of the 20th Century. Set consists of a two-pedestal Duncan Phyfe style table having flame mahogany veneered top having cross-banded and inlaid border, two turned pedestal bases with three outsweeping legs ending in brass animal claw feet with casters. The table having two leaves supported by two long rails. A bow-front sideboard with mahogany veneers and cross-banded border. Fan inlay at leg corners, tapered square legs. The set also having six Chippendale style chairs with slip seats and ivory upholstery (two arm, four side). SIZE: Table: 29-1/2″ h x 48″ w x 87″ (closed); 125″ (open). Sideboard: 38″ h x 71-1/2″ w x 23-1/2″ d. Armchair: 38″ h. Sidechair: 37-1/2″. CONDITION: Very good with only minor imperfections & losses. 49421-34 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3368

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3369

HANDSOME CENTENNIAL CARVED MAHOGANY 3-SHIELD BACK SETTEE.

This late 19th century copy of a magnificent Sheraton shield back settee features 3 ornately carved oval splats with acanthus leaves retaining an attractive old burgundy and gilt brocade type upholstered seat. The scrolling arms with delicate carving, the legs tapered and molded with spade feet. SIZE: Approx. 55” wide x 38” to the top of the back splat x approx. 21” deep. CONDITION: Generally very good. 49421-8 (800-1,200) – Lot 3369

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3370

19TH CENTURY HAND PAINTED LEATHER 3-PANEL SCREEN.

This very attractive 3-panel French style screen probably made in the late 19th century. Features beautiful panoramic hand-painted scene depicting a gentleman, two maidens in a lovely landscape ornamented with castle and ruins. The under surface of the painting appears to be leather. The edges of the frame is metal with decorative buttons. SIZE: Approx. 54” when open, Approx. 68-1/2″ high. CONDITION: Generally good. 49421-9 (400-800) – Lot 3370

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3371

SPECIAL ELABORATE UNIQUE FRENCH 19TH CENTURY CLOCK TABLE.

This elaborate ebony stand built to accommodate a 3-piece clock suite. A top oval ebony shelf mounted with elaborate gilt work and supported by delicate metal legs. The second shelf with matching metal surrounds to hold the matching vases; one on each side. The table supported by delicate cabriole legs with gilt ormolu mounts with a small shelf beneath also mounted with a round metal rim for holding the vase. A somewhat unique stand. SIZE: 38” high x 35” wide x 16” deep. CONDITION: Generally good. 49421-25 (550-850) – Lot 3371

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3372

WEDGWOOD BUST OF R. STEPHENSON.

This large bust depicting R. Stephenson is marked on the reverse, “R. Stephenson, Joshua Wedgwood and Sons published March 12th, 1858”. Also impressed, “E.W. Wyon. F.” The underside of the bust bears an old paper label indicating that this was from the collection of J. D. and Louisa Trabue. SIZE: 15″ h. CONDITION: Excellent. 49421-87 (300-500) – Lot 3372

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3373

ORIGINAL LUCKY STRIKE TOBACCO ADVERTISING CLOCK.

New Haven Schoolhouse clock with rosewood veneer case. Bottom pendulum door is reverse painted and reads “Labine & Myer – Danby, VT.” Reverse of case has a contemporary reproduction label. SIZE: 17″ w x 24″ t. CONDITION: Old finish; age of worn paper clock face uncertain; includes pendulum. 49421-88 (650-850) – Lot 3373

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3374

ANTIQUE CAPODIMONTE COVERED TANKARD.

This 19th century Capodimonte piece with all over relief depiction of satyrs and male and female figures. The handle of twisted simulated vine, the lid ornamented with a small putti holding grape leaves aloft. The base is marked in cobalt blue “N” surrounded by crown. SIZE: 10-1/4″. CONDITION: Generally excellent. 49421-67 (350-450) – Lot 3374

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3375

ROSEWOOD VICTORIAN TWO-DRAWER WORK TABLE.

The stand has rectangular hinged lid with molded tray edge which opens to an interior with fitted compartments. The inside of the lid mounted with a mirror. The top drawer on the stand is simulated, with a similar full size real drawer and beneath it a canted work drawer. The stand is supported by rope twist legs and a yoke shaped feet. SIZE: 31” h x 23” w x 15-3/4” d. CONDITION: A couple of the dividers on the interior compartment missing otherwise generally good. 49421-6 (600-900) – Lot 3375

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3376

SET OF FOUR MARQUETRY INLAID SABER LEGGED SIDE CHAIRS.

These 19th century chairs, each with large rectangular bowed back splats with saber shaped back and front legs. The back supports and legs and base are all lavishly marquetry inlaid. The seats with replaced white upholstery. SIZE: 36-1/2” h to the top of back splat x 15-1/2” d of seat. CONDITION: Generally good. Shows use. 49421-27 (700-900) – Lot 3376

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3377

LARGE ELABORATE ORNATE VICTORIAN MIRROR.

Circa mid-19th century. This impressive mirror is mounted on top with a huge collage of elaborate flowers and fruits. The upper sides of the mirror ornamented with cornucopias spilling fruit being held by a frolicking puttie. The entire surface is an old gold finish with a sand surface. SIZE: 70” high x approximately 36-1/2” wide. CONDITION: Damage and loss to the lower right edge of the frame. Also a small loss at the very top. 49421-32 (600-900) – Lot 3377

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3378

EARLY 19TH CENTURY MARBLE TOP EMPIRE CENTER TABLE.

Circa 1830-1840. The mahogany veneered base with banded apron having a four sided urn pedestal base supported by three bold scrolling legs. The top fitted with a round molded edge white marble top. SIZE: Top 36” dia, 30” h. CONDITION: Marble top cracked in half. The mahogany veneered surface with some losses. 49421-53 (400-800) – Lot 3378

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3379

LARGE PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE OF THE FAMOUS CHIEF JOSEPH OF THE NEZ PERCE INDIANS.

This late 19th/early 20th century image is on a large glass plate mounted in a window frame. It depicts one of the greatest Indian Chiefs of all time, Joseph of the Nez Perce Indians. The Nez Perce were a peaceful tribe living on the west coast of the United States in the latter part of the 19th century. They were responsible for the famous Appaloosa horse, they were skilled farmers, and attempted to live in harmony with the white men, but to no avail. The extraordinary Chief Joseph finally made the decision to lead his people to Canada where they hopefully could live their lives in peace. The U.S. Government dispatched a cavalry after them to force them to a reservation of the government’s choosing. Chief Joseph would have nothing of that and took his entire tribe and headed to Canada. On the way, they were attacked on multiple occasions sometimes by overwhelming forces with the most modern weaponry. Joseph and his entire band, in each case, managed to out fight and elude the U.S. Cavalry. Finally with many or most of his braves dead and his people nearly starving, they thought they had finally made it into Canada, stopped established a camp and later were surrounded by the U.S. Cavalry, only then discovering that they were still within the borders of the United States. The Cavalry captured them and forced them onto a reservation. This is an image of the handsome Chief standing in the landscape. SIZE: 22-1/4” wide x 23” high (glass only). 27” wide x 36-1/2” high (including the frame). CONDITION: There is some deterioration to the photographic image on either side of Joseph. Joseph himself is in reasonably good condition particularly the imagery of his face. The wooden portion of the window frame with some damage 49421-98 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3379

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3380

SIOUX STONE HEADED “SKULL CRUSHER” WITH ORIGINAL DROP.

Wood shaft measuring 28″ overall is covered with rawhide. 7″ long tapered stone head rawhide drop is attached by leather cord with brass bead and blue, red and green trade bead decoration supporting 14″ length of apparent horse hair with quilled rawhide fringed decoration. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Stone head is loose due to sinew breakage where sewn to rawhide strap. Rawhide surface is dry, tight and intact. A few beads are missing from decorated drop and most of the dried quill decoration on the approximately 20 small rawhide tassels is missing, though all the tassels remain. 49055-67 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3380

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3381

GREAT LAKES OR NORTHEAST INDIAN EFFIGY CARVED CROOK KNIFE AND SPOON.

1) Typical Northeast carved ladle-type spoon with 5″ bowl measuring about 11″ overall with stylized birds’ head handle with plumed top. 2) Knife, including blade, measures about 9″ long. The 3″ blade appears to have been a straight razor or possibly pocket knife blade inserted into well figured burl grip with brass (telegraph) wire wrap to support knife in wood. Knife fits hand so well with the carved recessed thumb rest which terminates into a 1-1/2″ carved human face reminiscent of anamorphic Native American carvings found in various American institutions. This is a beautiful and wonderful knife that would grace the finest collection. PROVENANCE: Knife: Skinners Auctions lot 178, September 6, 2014, Effigy Ladle: Don Olsen Rochester NY. From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Both very good with hand worn patinas. Blade in knife is black and scaly typical of so many knives of this era (early-mid 19th century). Custom iron stand for spoon is fine overall. 49055-68 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3381

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3382

NORTHEASTERN AMERICAN INDIAN CARVED WOODEN SPOON WITH “BEAR HEAD” EFFIGY.

This beautiful wooden, possibly maple or butternut, spoon or ladle measures about 20″ overall with large triangular bowl terminates into a carving of what appears to be stylized bear with details for ears, eyes, mouth and nose. Ladle is very fine overall with desirable hand-worn patina. This spoon or ladle probably dates from the early 19th century, but examples are known earlier. PROVENANCE: Northeast Auctions lot 1342 August 6, 2011. From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Very good overall with several bruises, scratches and small blemishes that do not affect the overall aesthetics There’s a lanyard hole irregularly drilled behind animals face. 49055-66 (2,500-3,500) – Lot 3382

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3383

EXCEPTIONAL SIOUX BLANKET STRIP IN AMERICAN FLAG DESIGN.

This strip in exceptional condition, measures 57″ x 4″ with four 6″ round central medallions each with 13 stars surrounding a larger central star. Sinew sewn beads with thread sewn and calico cloth backing. Each medallion has a leather tassel with two large sky blue beads. American flag motif in American Indian bead work is quite scarce and desirable, especially in early reservation era. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Fine overall. 49055-43 (4,000-6,000) – Lot 3383

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3384

SIOUX PICTORIAL BEADED HIDE VEST AND BONNET.

Sinew sewn beads and cotton thread sewn cloth edges with fine multi-color designs of horses, flags and other devices as seen in photos. Vest is 16″ tall and 14″ across; bonnet is 7″ tall by 6″ on either side. Along with a modern fur roach 11″ l. PROVENANCE: Vest: lot 115 Skinners Auctions September 6, 2014. From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Beaded decoration very good to fine overall with some reductions, especially left underarm where several rows of white beads are missing. Red trade cloth trim loose in areas, rawhide ties intact, both beaded pieces solid and supple and will present well. Bonnet is very good to fine overall, intact with lining and chin strap. Accompanying roach headdress of later edition is fine overall. 49055-65 (5,000-6,000) – Lot 3384

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3385

AMERICAN INDIAN CATLINITE PIPE.

American Indian Catlinite pipe with haft measuring 27″ overall with custom stand presents nicely. Pipe has nice incised decoration as can be seen in photos. Haft has good surface and appears original and fits adequately but probably had a leather spacer at one time for fit. Pipe shows residue of burned tobacco, good patina to haft and pipe bowl overall. PROVENANCE: Skinner Auctions lot 157, Sept 9, 2014. From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Pipe bowl is sound, complete with a few consequential chips in bowl that has patinaed over. Haft has hand worn patina with large age crack on bottom with chip on bottom of mouthpiece and about a 2″ sliver missing from bottom of pipe. Custom iron stand is very good. 49055-62 (1,800-2,200) – Lot 3385

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3386

LATE 19TH CENTURY PLAINS INDIAN BEADED SKULL CRACKER.

Carved stone attached beaded hide on beaded handle, detached horse hair drop. SIZE: Overall 23″, stone 3″. CONDITION: Beads pulled down, detached horse hair. 49355-5 (100-200) – Lot 3386

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3387

ESKIMO CEDAR MASK.

Early 20th century. Carved and painted cedar. SIZE: 11″ l x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Good with split to the side. 49355-21 (150-250) – Lot 3387

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3388

PLANES BONE HIDE SCRAPER.

Decorated with paint, chrome painted tacks and linear carvings. Shows good patina. SIZE: 14” l x 1-3/4” w. CONDITION: Good. 49355-51 (75-125) – Lot 3388

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3389

ESKIMO BIRD ARROW.

19th century, has wonderful patina, notching on one end and light chip carving on other. SIZE: 30″. CONDITION: Good. 49355-33 (100-150) – Lot 3389

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3390

PASSAMAQUODDY COVERED BASKET.

Early 20th century, Showing good patina, paint decorated design in red, blue and yellow, with double swing handles. SIZE: 19″ l x 10-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 49355-4 (200-300) – Lot 3390

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3391

FIVE CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN BASKETS.

Including fine, small, old polychromed Tulare bottle neck basket, a Washo, a Maidu, a Pomo and a Skokomish. SIZE: Largest 6″ w x 3″ h. Smallest 3-1/2″ w x 1-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good with rim stitch loss. 49219-5 (550-650) – Lot 3391

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3392

LOT OF FOUR ANTIQUE BASKETS.

1) Comprised of late 19th century White Mountain Apache Olla with human and animal figures woven into the design. Some polychrome design. 2) Very old southwestern utility basket. 3) Woven grass basket, possible southeastern. 4) Fine Tlingit rattletop polychrome basket. SIZE: 1) 12″ h x 11-1/2″ w. 2) 10″ w x 6-1/2″ h. 3) 4-1/4″ h x 4-1/4″ w. 4) 4″ h x 3-3/4 w. CONDITION: 1) Numerous breaks and stitch loss. 2) Very rough. 3) Multiple stitch loss. 4) Very good with stitched cardboard on bottom. 48998-2 (1,000-1,200) – Lot 3392

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3393

FOUR CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN BASKETS.

Including Modock, Klamath, and a contemporary Pomo. SIZE: Largest 7″ w x 4″ h. Smallest 7-1/2″ x 1-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Generally good condition. 49219-4 (250-350) – Lot 3393

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3394

ASHANTI-AKAUBA CARVED DOLL.

Late 20th century. Carved and painted with red and black paint. SIZE: 7″ w x 18-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Several chips on bottom. 1053-6 (50-100) – Lot 3394

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3395

CARVED WOOD, HORN AND BEAD CANE THOUGHT TO BE OF NATIVE AMERICAN ORIGIN.

The carved shaft ending in a boot with metal toe, the handle made of horn with a small string of 9 Indian beads of different colors. 19th/20th century. SIZE: 35-1/2″ l. CONDITION: Wood shaft shows nice patina with some wear and chipping. The horn with a section loose wear pin held it to shaft. Bead rawhide fragile. 49186-7 (200-400) – Lot 3395

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3396

ROOSTER WINDMILL WEIGHT.

Circa 1900 Elgin Wind Power & Pump Co., Elgin, Illinois. Cast-iron weight embossed “10 FT NO 2”. Weight of flattened full body form with early painted surfaces of apple green over brown. SIZE: 12″ h x 16-1/4″ l. CONDITION: With lightly oxidized surfaces, otherwise in excellent untouched condition. 49140-93 (1,000-1,600) – Lot 3396

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3397

RARE IRON GRASSHOPPER BOOT SCRAPER.

Circa 1900 unknown foundry. This cast-iron example indistinctly marked “PETRE” on lower right front of base. the flattened half-round solid casting on integral wedge base. Surface retains old if not original green paint. SIZE: 7-1/4″ h x 15-1/2 l. CONDITION: Very good untouched with nicely weathered patina. 49140-34 (600-1,200) – Lot 3397

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3398

RARE 2-MEN SAWING LOG BOOT SCRAPER.

Circa 1900 American unknown foundry. This nice cast-iron example with polychrome painted surfaces, and flattened full body solid casting on integral base. CONDITION: Age appropriate wear and oxidation, old overpaint on base, otherwise untouched condition. 49140-35 (600-1,200) – Lot 3398

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3399

SMALL ROOSTER WINDMILL WEIGHT IN BLUE PAINT.

Circa 1900 Elgin Wind Power & Pump Co., Elgin, Illinois. “HUMMER E 184″ embossed on tail. This cast iron short stem example with flattened full body form in robins egg blue paint over white paint. SIZE: 8-1/2” h x 9-1/2 w. CONDITION: Old weathered surfaces with minor oxidation, in otherwise excellent untouched condition. 49140-95 (500-800) – Lot 3399

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3400

RARE STRIDING CAT BOOTSCRAPER.

Circa 1900 American unknown foundry. The cast-iron cat with flattened full body on a flattened base with original dry, mustard yellow paint. Ref: Page 89, pl 12l Folk Art in American Life by Bishop & Atkins, Collection of Museum of American Folk Art. SIZE: 9-3/4″ h x 15″ l. CONDITION: Excellent untouched condition with light surface oxidation. 49140-36 (500-1,000) – Lot 3400

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3401

POLYCHROME-DECORATED CAST-IRON ROOSTER WINDMILL WEIGHT ATTRIBUTED TO ELGIN WIND AND PUMP COMPANY, ELGIN, ILLINOIS.

Late 19th early 20th century. The rooster mounted on a wood plinth, old white paint with red cock and comb. SIZE: With stand 20-1/2″ h x 16″ w. CONDITION: Some loss to paint, rust, good. 49203-7 (700-900) – Lot 3401

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3402

OVAL EAGLE FIRE MARK AND IRON EAGLE WINDMILL WEIGHT.

1) 10″ h x 12″ w, Boston Fire Co., fire mark with leaf eagle and “1835” (reproduction). 2) 15-1/2″ h x 7-1/2″ w, standing cast iron silhouette eagle windmill weight, probably early 20th century. SIZE: As noted above. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: 1) Rust over black paint. 2) Solid rust. 49055-152, 49055-154 (200-400) – Lot 3402

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3403

SALESMAN SAMPLE/MINIATURE CHARTER OAK NO. 503 STOVE.

Elaborate cast iron 4-burner stove with unusual 2-door entry. Ornate cast door with oak leaf design on either side. Marked “Charter Oak 1880″ across front and back. SIZE: 25″ l x 15″ h x 12″ d. CONDITION: Top shows pitting, possibly repainted. Side shelf is constructed of brass. 16396-53 (900-1,200) – Lot 3403

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3404

SALESMAN SAMPLE/MINIATURE CHARTER OAK NO. 503 STOVE.

Elaborate cast iron 4-burner stove with unusual 2-door entry. Ornate cast door with oak leaf design on one side plus the added feature of a pierced door on the other. Marked “No. 503 Reversible Center” on top and “Charter Oak 1885″ across front and back. SIZE: 25″ l x 15″ h x 12″ d. CONDITION: Very good to excellent. 16396-52 (900-1,750) – Lot 3404

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3405

SMALL BRASS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER AND A REPLICA OF AN NCR EARLIEST CASH REGISTER.

1) 25 cent “Hair cut & Shave” model 312, SN 3500029. Brass finish, having white marble shelf and National fronted drawer mounted to a molded oak edge base. 2) A replica design of the first cash register, November 4, 1879. Non-functioning. Walnut case with simulated money keys. SIZE: 1) 21″ h x 16″ d x 10″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: 1) Excellent, restored and refurbished, working. 2) Some minor flaws. 49354-33 (700-900) – Lot 3405

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3406

ANTIQUE SALESMAN SAMPLE WONDER WASHER BY THE VICTOR MFG. CO. INC.

The 2 part washer comprised of a wood and metal stand which holds a tapered square tin washtub and wood top, the partial top hinged, with a turn crank agitator, 2 side handles and 2 original decals. SIZE: 16″ h. x 12″ square. CONDITION: Shows evidence of use, everything seems intact with some rust and wear. 49054-14 (200-400) – Lot 3406

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3407

RARE MODEL OF AN H.P. HOOD MILK DELIVERY WAGON.

Circa 1930, Schoenhut Toy Co., Philadelphia, PA. Pine model advertising H.P. Hood Company of Charlestown, Massachusetts. Wagon with black, red and green paint; roof and side panel signage which all appear to be hand painted and original. Wooden wheels with pressed paper rims. Wagon comes with original full case of wooden milk bottles. Founded in 1846, the H P Hood Company delivered milk throughout New England in the last half of the 19th Century. Schoenhut designed delivery wagons for various manufacturers. SIZE: 12-1/2″ h x 13-1/4″ l x 9-1/2″ w. CONDITION: One wheel spoke absent as is front yoke. Minor losses and abrasions, otherwise in very good untouched condition. 49140-33 (800-1,600) – Lot 3407

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3408

TWO FRAMED POSTERS: KICKAPOO INDIAN REMEDIES AND WALL OF DEATH.

1) The poster showing a Native American “Chief Red Spear” seated in landscape. Advertising Kickapoo Indian remedies by The Kickapoo Indian Medicine Company. J. Ottmann Lithograph Co. Housed in a wood frame with double mat. 2) Poster for “Wall of Death-Lady Daredevils” showing two women on motorcycles at speed. SIZE: 1) Sight 22-1/2″ x 16-1/2″. Overall 28″ x 22″. 2) Sight 24-1/4″ x 21-1/4″. Overall 29-1/2″ x 26-1/2″. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: 1) Some losses, tear on right side, not examined out of frame. 2) Age toning, small holes and some small stains. 49354-44 (400-600) – Lot 3408

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3409

FIVE INTERIOR SIGNS.

3 reverse painted with foil decoration as follows; 1) “United States a Perfect Cigar 5’s S. Hernshein Bros. & Co. Makers”. 2) “Belle 5 Cigar”. 3) “Smoke Honest Yankee Cigar”. The other two; Framed broadside “Coming Presents The Harlem Knights”, “Jack-o-lantern Farmington, Friday June 17th”. A porcelain oval painted sign “C.E. Wiggin Importer Earthenware & China, paper hangings 149 Hanover ST. Boston”. SIZE: Overall size 15″ h x 23″ w. 23″ h x 12-3/4″ w. 17-3/4″ h x 9″ w. 22″ h x 13-1/2″ w. 12-1/4″ x 9-1/4″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Very good. 49055-151 (2,400-2,800) – Lot 3409

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3410

TWO INDUSTRIAL POSTERS AND ONE LITHOGRAPH.

1) Colorful poster titled “British Industries/LMS Steel” after painting by Richard Jack, 1924. The poster distributed by the London Midland & Scottish Railway Company, printed in England by Staffords, Netherfield. Housed in a black frame behind plexi-glass. 2) Industrial poster by Eugene Carriere, showing a steel worker in the foundry. On bottom of print “Imprimeries Chaix & De Malherbe Editeurs-1900”. Also an embossed stamp lower left “Exposition De 1900 Musees Centennaux Exemplaire No 108”. Housed in a black metal frame behind plexi-glass. 3) Lithograph signed, LG H 31. Showing men at a large foundry. Numbered IV. Pencil signed indistinctly and dated 31. SIZE: 1) Sight 39″ h x 48-3/4″ w. Overall 42-1/2″ h x 52″w. 2) Sight 51-1/4″ h x 34-3/4″ w. Overall 54-1/2″ h x 38″ w. 3) Sight 19″ h x 16″ w. Overall 29-1/2″ h x 27″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: All are very good, not examined out of frame. 49354-15 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3410

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3411

FIVE FRAMED POSTERS.

1) “Las Arenas” by Josep Renau-Montoro, colorful diving poster with an art deco motif. Artist signed top left, titled “Las Arenas Balneario Piscina Luminosa Valencia”. On left edge “Graficas Valencia S.L. Sevilla 13”. Housed in a fine black and red frame with double black mat. 2) German champagne poster “Simplicissimus/Kunstler Kneipe”, by A. Backmund 1945. Housed in a black frame behind plexi-glass. The poster appears to be backed and can be seen entirely in frame. 3) “Starlight Savon” by Henri Meunier (1873-1922), colored lithograph showing a young child bathing in a tub of soapy water. Appears to be backed loosely and fully seen within frame. Housed in a black frame with linen liner and mat. 4) “Glycodont” toothpaste poster, the vintage French poster showing a child with over sized toothbrush and toothpaste. Housed in a black frame under plexi-glass. 5) Over sized poster “Three Penny Opera”, the 1976 poster shows the star Raul Julia wearing a black derby had, white gloves and walking stick. Housed in a black frame behind plexi-glass. SIZE: 1) Sight 39″ h x 27″ w. Overall 49″ h x 37″ w. 2) 49″ h x 30-1/4″ w. Overall 55″ h x 36-1/4″. 3) 33-1/2″ h x 17″ w. Overall 41″ h x 24-1/2″. 4) Sight 33″ h x 23-1/2″. Overall 38″ h x 29″ w. 5) Sight 83″ h x 42-1/2″ w. Overall 88-1/2″ h x 48″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: All not examined out of frame, and all very good. 49354-11 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3411

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3412

LOT OF SIX FOLK ART ITEMS.

Lot includes; early 20th century folk art carved and painted eagle’s head on museum stand, late 19th century exotic wood cane with faceted top and owners name engraved on silver band (not legible), late 20th century ash billy club, early 20th century carved hearth brush in form of an tribal figure, contemporary tin painted patriotic kitchen ornament, first quarter 20th century carved folk art eagle comprised of carved wood and cloth construction. SIZE: Eagles head 10″ l x 6″ h. Cane 34″ l x 2″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Carved eagle has detached hinged wing and tail and wing repair with tear in cloth on neck and claw separation on one leg. Others are good. 49055-136 (300-400) – Lot 3412

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3413

CARVED ROSEWOOD EAGLE AND TWO EAGLE WALL SHELVES.

The finely carved rosewood eagle is perched on an outcropping with wings in and head facing left. Unsigned, last half of the 20th century. Pair of carved wood and gilt spread wing eagle wall shelves. The spread winged eagles with good carving perched on an outcropping. Simulated burl painted shelf bottom and ebonized top surface. SIZE: Eagle 12″ h. Shelves 14-1/2″ h x 14″ w. CONDITION: Eagle, very good. Shelves, very good. 49480-14 (400-600) – Lot 3413

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3414

27 TECHNICAL DESIGN PRINTS OF VARIOUS ELECTRONIC PARTS FOR THE “MARCONI TELEGRAPH COMPANY OF AMERICA”.

Dated 1914/15/16. The diagrams numbered T2144022 – 53 (Missing 36, 37, 43-47); also M-2160703 plan for the S.S. St. Paul and P-2139195. NOTE: The Marconi Company has had a long history and was founded by Guglielmo Giovanni Maria Marconi, in 1897 and was dissolved in 2006. It was Marconi’s telegraph that the “H.M.S. Titanic” was fitted with, because of limitations caused by distance, Marconi worked for several years after the disaster to design a telegraph that would cover more distances for ship’s at sea. It is during these years that these technical design prints are from. SIZE: Sheet size: approx. 29″ l. x 14-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Intact, generally good. 49054-18 (500-1,500) – Lot 3414

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3415

CAST IRON BUTCHER’S TRADE SIGN.

The sign comprised of intersecting meat saw, meat cleaver and carving knife, above which is a steer. Manufacturing plaque at center “Glockler’s Patent Oct 18, 1887. Pittsburgh, PA”. SIZE: 20″ h x 24″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Overall pitting to surface with some finish loss. 49354-41 (300-400) – Lot 3415

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3416

EARLY 20TH CENTURY PAINTED MANCHESTER NH TRADE BANNER WITH LEDGER BOOKS.

The banner having a gold brocade type edge surrounding a blue field with writing as follows “Dyers Bleechers/And/Wet Finishers./Local 1156/U.T. W of A./Organized Aug. 12th 1918. Manchester, N.H.” also incorporating and eight sided clasped hands United Textile Workers of America trademark. The bottom signed by the Union Label Painters Decorators Paperhangers of America. Along with three ledgers including, 1911 division #7 S.O.H Manchester, NH, a records of the Wizard Athletic and Social club of Manchester, NH, and another ledger 1910-1920. SIZE: Banner 40″ h x 29″ w. CONDITION: Banner is generally good condition, missing minor amounts of gilt. Ledgers as found. 49371-8 (300-500) – Lot 3416

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3417

TWO ADVERTISING BULLDOG SIGNS.

1) A self framed tin sign, for the American Brewing Company “A. B. C. Bohemian”. The black framed sign having an oval interior showing a white bulldog seated looking at a sealed bottle of this St. Louis Brewery. Bottom of frame is titled “Watching A Good Thing”. 2) A poster for John W. Merriam & Co., tilted “At The Sign Of The Bulldog”. Merriam was a New York cigar maker, the colorful print shows a proper clothed gentleman with his bulldog standing beside an advertising clock for Henry Irving Segar. The background is Central Park New York. Housed in its original black painted wood frame with plaque, behind glass. SIZE: 1) 20″ h x 24-1/2″ w. 2) Sight 19-1/2″ h x 14-1/4″ w. Overall 25-1/2″ h x 20″ w. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: 1) Scratches and scrapes, central image generally good. 2) Not examined out of frame, poster is very good, frame has some scuffs. 49354-16 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3417

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3418

FINE PIPER-HEIDSIECK PLUG TOBACCO CARDBOARD LITHOGRAPH SIGN.

The fine lithograph shows a basket full of roses and a bottle of champagne. Below which is a crate advertising Plug Tobacco and another crate on its side. SIZE: 23″ x 15″. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: The stand up sign has lost it’s standing prop, top of bottle missing, otherwise scraped edges, very good. 49055-210 (200-400) – Lot 3418

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3419

SMALL PUNCH & JUDY CELLULOID HANGING SIGN.

The sign saying “Drink a Punch & Judy cocktail/It Recuperates/The Punch & Judy Co. Maywood N.J.”, the sign having an oval trademark of Punch & Judy. The sign having its original “Crystaloid” label from the Whitehead & Hoag Co. SIZE: 7″ h x 12″ w. CONDITION: Excellent, like new, never hung. 49485-1 (1,000-3,000) – Lot 3419

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3420

CHILD’S PINE STEPBACK CUPBOARD IN BLUE PAINT.

Circa 1880 American. Rectangular cupboard with open top above a work shelf continuing to open storage bins, the sides with boot-jack ends. The whole with robins egg blue exterior, the interior in creme paint. SIZE: 24″ h x 17″ w x 10-1/4″ d. CONDITION: With dry crusty surfaces. Some minor abrasions and child crayon marks. Within normal parameters, otherwise very good untouched condition. 49140-110 (600-900) – Lot 3420

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3421

RUSTIC JELLY/PIE SAFE CUPBOARD.

American, circa 1900. With scrolled back splash and surrounds of upper cabinet which is screened in. On tall legs with scrolled apron on lower shelf. The entirety of exterior painted with old green porch paint. Interior finish natural. SIZE: 66″ t x 48″ w x 13-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Condition good, missing half of the original screening. 49371-16 (500-800) – Lot 3421

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3422

ADVERTISING PAINTING OF THE AMERICAN LINE GRAND PAQUEBOT “SS NEW YORK”.

This very decorative painting shows a two stack, three mast steamer, in between two land masses, one with the Eiffel Tower and the other with the Statue of Liberty. Several other boats on horizon line, all under a blue and white cloud sky, having two colorful balloons, one representing France the other America. Center top with title, signed by the artist bottom right “L. Drouet”. Housed in a molded edge wood frame. SIZE: 31″ h x 42-3/4″ w. Overall 35-1/2″ h x 47″ w. CONDITION: Discolored varnish layer, very good. 1064-21 (2,200-2,800) – Lot 3422

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3423

FRAMED PENCIL DRAWING “I SOLD ON CREDIT-I SOLD FOR CASH ONLY”.

The two section drawing shows a destitute man in front of an empty cupboard with title “I Sold On Credit”, next to a prosperous looking man with safe full of cash titled “I Sold For Cash Only”. Housed in an antique stained oak frame behind glass. SIZE: Sight 15-3/4″ h x 19-1/2″ w. Overall 19-3/4″ h x 23-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good, not examined out of frame. 49371-7 (300-500) – Lot 3423

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3424

TWO PRINT PORTFOLIOS OF FREDERICK REMINGTON AND CHARLES DANA GIBSON.

1) Six Remington colored prints copyright 1906 by P.F. Collier & Son. Included are “The Buffalo Runners”, “The Emigrants”, “An Argument with the Town Marshall”, The Gathering of the Trappers”, “The Belle Mare” and “Pony Tracks in the Buffalo Trail”. Portfolio cover not present. 2)Frederick Remington and Charles Dana Gibson portfolio having four pictures in color of each, copyright 1908n by Collier’s Weekly. Included Gibson’s: “Seen NY- Looking at the Skyscrapers”, “Hearts are Trumps”, “Reciprocity”, “The Hero Endeavors to Decide Upon an Object for his Afternoon”. Remington’s: “The Parley”, “Downing the Night Leader”, “The Howl of the Weather” and “Exploring the Lakes”. Original portfolio cover is present All original artist proof tags are present except one. SIZE: 1) 23-1/2″ x 17-1/2″. 2) 13-3/4″ x 19-1/2″. CONDITION: 1) Folds, edge losses, stains and some tears. 2) Images are very good, margins have satins and minor imperfections. Cover has losses, as found. 44046-2 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3424

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3425

ALLIGATOR SPRINKLER WITH TRADE SIGN BRACKET HANGER.

Mid 20th century. A cast iron alligator form sprinkler, with brass hardware; along with a large wrought iron foliate decorated side-mounting bracket with hanging hook for a trade sign. SIZE: Bracket 41″ x 23″. Sprinkler 28″ x 17″. CONDITION: Good weathered and rusted condition. 49054-1 (600-800) – Lot 3425

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3426

FARM STAND SIGN; “ICE COLD” WATERMELON.

Probably 19th Century New England. The pine double-sided sign with old dry painted surfaces depicting a watermelon slice on the conforming board. The reverse depicting the reminiscence of an earlier sign advertising “peaches”. Retains old hanging rings and chain. SIZE: 13-3/4 h x 31″ l. CONDITION: One side very weathered the reverse with vivid surface of watermelon. Age appropriate surfaces throughout good untouched condition. 49140-16 (800-1,600) – Lot 3426

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3427

FRAMED ADVERTISING SIGN FOR CHATEAU DE FONFEL.

Oil on board poster illustration shows a woman standing amongst grapevines holding a bottle and glass. Titled “Vin Sans Pareil”, “Chateau De Fonfel”, “Vin Blanc De La Gironde”. Signed by the artist “J.C. Dufour”. Housed in a natural molded wood frame. On bottom left is a pasted on label “Felix Trarieux Graveur-Lithographier Impressions Artisique”. SIZE: 37-1/2″ h x 24-1/2″ w. Overall 41-1/2″ h x 28-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Some minor scrapes and chips, otherwise very good. 1064-17 (900-1,200) – Lot 3427

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3428

MONUMENTAL CARVED AND PAINTED LOUIS ROEDERER CHAMPAGNE TRADE SIGN.

France, 2nd half 20th century. Constructed of wood, it is hollow and half-round, designed for wall mounting. Labeled on back “Georgos La Croix impressions artisque et commercials, Ruede Barbatre-Riema”. SIZE: 66-1/2″ h x 16-1/2″ w x 9″ d. CONDITION: Good. 1064-7 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3428

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3429

HAND PAINTED CHAMPAGNE SIGN.

Oil on canvas mounted to wood panel. Titled “GD. Ballon Captif A Vapeur”, the painting shows a hot air balloon advertising “Champagne Mercier Eperney”. The scene shows the balloon over Paris with other balloons and a woman in white presenting the scene. Housed in a polished wood frame. SIZE: 43″ h x 28″ w. Overall 48″ h x 33″ w. CONDITION: Very good, some light scrapes. 1064-20 (2,500-3,000) – Lot 3429

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3430

BENCH MADE FRUITWOOD DRAW-LEAF TABLE.

A very high quality reproduction of a French draw table with a great useful size. SIZE: 8′ l (expands to 11′) x 40″ w x 31″ h. 25″ clearance under apron. CONDITION: Very good condition and finish. 1064-9 (2,500-3,000) – Lot 3430

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3431

BENCHMADE ASPREY CHERRY DRESSER.

20th century, France. In two parts, the upper section with molded stepped cornice with three central shelves flanked by crossbanded doors, each above a short drawer, above the rectangular dresser base, and with mahogany crossbanded molded top above four aligned drawers above a scrolling and molded apron raised on three frontal cabriole legs with shaped molded returns, terminating in pointed pad feet. The three rear legs square with chamfered edges. Note: Custom made by small cabinet maker shop in Rouen, Normandy, France. SIZE: 83″ h x 84-1/2″ l x 20″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 27443-127 (1,500-2,000) – Lot 3431

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3432

OLIVER ST JOHN GOGARTY BAR TRADE SIGN.

Ireland, 2nd half 20th century. Painted wood with chalk board at center. Labeled on verso “S.H. Benson, Kingway Hall, Kingway, London, WC2 2Tel 139”. SIZE: 45″ w x 49″ h x 2-1/2″ thick. CONDITION: Good. 1064-6 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3432

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3433

ANGLER’S INN CHALK AND HAND PAINTED MENU BOARD.

The three part front advertising Guinness Beer, showing a crab and lobster holding a glass of stout “It’s Always Time – For a Guinness”. Slate chalkboard separates panel. Top crest “Angler’s Inn – Fresh Seafood – Hotel – Fine Ale’s and Spirit’s”. The sign flanked by turned columns and a small shelf for chalk. SIZE: 34″ h x 58-1/2″ w x 4-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 1064-22 (800-1,200) – Lot 3433

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3434

POLYCHROME CARVED TAVERN PICTURE AND “THE SMELTERS ARMS” TWO SIDED TRADE SIGN.

1) Hand carved and painted low relief picture shows three men and a woman in an interior tavern setting. Note on reverse indicated that is was found in an attic in St. Louis in 1945. Probably of German origin. The picture housed within a 4″ frame. 2) A two sided hanging sign “The Smelters Arms”, artwork by G. Mayhew, most likely a sign outside a tavern. Heavy iron hanging frame. The scene shows a smelter flexing his arm with a foundry bucket tilting its contents into a mold. SIZE: 1) Total 28″ x 43″. 2) Total 52″ x 42″ x 5″ d. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: 1) Some light chips and scrapes, separation lines at seams. Good. 2) Some scratches, generally good. 49354-46 (700-900) – Lot 3434

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3435

LARGE DROP LEAF IRISH WAKE STYLE TABLE.

Custom made by a small cabinet making shop in Rouen, Normandy, France. 20th century. The cherry bench made drop leaf banquet table having an oval top when open, one drawer at one end and a simulated drawer on the other. Supported by four boldly turned legs with box stretcher. SIZE: 30″ h x 84″ l x 18-1/2″ w (closed), 48″ w (open). CONDITION: Very good with light scratches. 1064-15 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3435

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3436

ASPREY CHERRY THREE-DRAWER DRESSER BASE.

The benchmade dresser with rectangular molded top above the conforming base fitted with three aligned drawers all with mahogany crossbanding above the shaped apron with scalloped fleur de lis pendants raised on frontal C-scrolled cabriole legs carved with scallop shells terminating in pointed platform pad feet. Note: Custom made by small cabinet maker shop in Rouen, Normandy, France. SIZE: 33-1/2″ h x 71″ l x 18″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 27443-125 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3436

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3437

PAINTED DRUGSTORE SIGN.

Early 20th century. SIZE: 10-1/2″ w x 60″ l. CONDITION: Good with original paint with some flaking and one end of outside frame missing. 49355-35 (550-650) – Lot 3437

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3438

HAND PAINTED FLORIST SIGN.

Last half 20th century. The French sign depicting a large urn of colorful flowers with writing below “Eleanor/Neuville Fleuriste/Boulogne-Sur-Mer/Depuis 1903”. The arched top vertical sign having a molded painted frame. SIZE: 57″ h x 33″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 1064-16 (800-1,200) – Lot 3438

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3439

WOODEN GUINNESS STOUT PUB SIGN WITH MIRROR.

England, 2nd half 20th century. The wood painted sign having a partially arched top with inset mirror, three colorful toucans hold two glasses of stout on their bills. The sign says “It’s Arrived Guinness Draught Stout, Three Kings-Twickenham”. Labeled on verso, “S.H. Benson, Kingway Hall, Kingway, London, WC 2Tel 139”. SIZE: 53″ w x 44-1/2″ h x 2″ thick. CONDITION: Very good. 1064-5 (2,000-3,000) – Lot 3439

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3440

HAND PAINTED SIGN “CHAMPAGNE POMMERY”.

Artist signed Mondel. The sign hand painted showing a semi-nude woman holding a bottle of champange with clusters of grapes. Housed in a black molded wood frame. SIZE: 43″ h x 32″ w. Overall 47″ h x 36″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 1064-18 (800-1,200) – Lot 3440

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3441

TWENTY-EIGHT TILE “CASA COUGHLIN” BLUE AND WHITE SIGN.

The tiles surrounded by a molded wood frame with wood backing, signed lower right “F.L. Sagaveni 1983”. SIZE: Overall 25-3/4″ h x 43-1/2″ w. CONDITION: Very good. 1064-1 (400-500) – Lot 3441

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3442

MIXED LOT: TWO SIGNS, TILE TABLE AND TWO FRAMED MUSIC SHEETS.

1) 28″ l x 6-1/2″ w “Merrymeeting Camp/Bath” finger pointing sign in tin. 2) Fine 72″ x 12″ carved wood “Antiques” sign with gold shell decoration, gold letters & green background. 3) 12 tile stand depicting a bull fight having wrought iron base. 4 & 5) Two framed music sheets relating to cemeteries. Nicely housed in gilt modern frames with double mats. SIZE: Stand: 24″ h x 26″ l x 16-1/2″ w. Music sheets are 18″ x 14-1/2″ overall. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Generally good, camp sign with some decoration loss. 49055-216 (500-600) – Lot 3442

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3443

LARGE CARVED BILLET HEAD ON CUSTOM STAND.

20th century. Found in a building in Rockland, ME. The carved piece with scrolls in white paint. It appears to have been incomplete and never used. Housed on a fine custom wood platform stand. SIZE: 17″ h x 27-1/2″ l. Overall with stand 21″ h x 36″ l x 16″ d. CONDITION: Unfinished, good. 49190-12 (500-800) – Lot 3443

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3444
Revised: 8/20/2015

Please note: Good news, we have just learned that the antique metal silhouette weathervane purportedly depicts Admiral D.G. Farragut and was formerly in the Paul DeHaan Collection of Items Related to Admiral D.G. Farragut and the USS Hartford.

SHEET IRON SEA CAPTAIN WITH TELESCOPE WEATHERVANE AND SAILOR BLOWING HORN WEATHERVANE.

1) 33-1/2″ h x 29-1/2″ w. Painted sheet iron weathervane depicts a blue suited captain with long brown telescope to eye, stands on a brown arrow, the back having old red paint with half bar reinforcement. 2) 9″ h x 43″ l. Flying carved wood sailor with trumpet in mouth, colorful paint. SIZE: As noted above. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: 1) Repainted. 2) Has repaired break in trumpet, wear to paint, and some rot to side. 49055-74 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3444

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3445

REPRODUCTION WOOD AND BRASS QUADRANT.

Continental, 20th century. Reproduction wood and brass quadrant with display stand. SIZE: 15″ h x 13″ w (at widest point). CONDITION: Good. 1064-2 (700-900) – Lot 3445

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3446

TWO 20TH CENTURY BRASS ASTROLABES.

Two reproduction Astrolabes commemorating the 450th anniversary of Vasco Da Gama, the larger example having a wood fitted case, unsigned. A nice decorative pair. SIZE: Larger 10″ dia. Smaller 6-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Good. 1064-3 (800-1,200) – Lot 3446

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3447

TEAK DOVETAILED SEA CHEST 20TH CENTURY.

The sea chest having fine braided beckets, hinged molded edge top, interesting interior with double lidded ditty boxes and section storage shelf. Lock present, no key. The chest having an applied bracket base with molded edge on four flat feet. Hammered brass heart shaped escutcheon plate. SIZE: 17″ h x 36-1/2″ w (base) x 18-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49190-9 (400-800) – Lot 3447

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3448

SMITH ASTRAL SHIP’S CABIN CLOCK.

The brass movement marked “156 made in England, Coventry Astral”. The front dial having an old paper dial over the original metal, the clock has been mounted to a wall plaque with name plaque “The R.M.S. Mary”. SIZE: Dial: 8″ dia. Plaque 20″ x 12″. PROVENANCE: From a fine Newton MA home. CONDITION: Unknown running order, otherwise very good. 49127-17 (300-500) – Lot 3448

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3449

LOT OF FIVE IRON EEL SPEARS.

Five hand forged iron American northeastern eel spears. Various designs, one signed “RS Kent Barnstable Mass”. Good patina. SIZE: Largest is 16″ h x 11″ w. CONDITION: Overall is good. 49355-43 (300-500) – Lot 3449

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3450

BRASS CHELSEA SHIP’S BELL EIGHT-DAY CLOCK.

Circa 1915-1919. Chapeau Gendarme form mantel clock resting on brass ball feet. Lacquered surface. The dial signed “Chelsea Clock Co. Boston U.S.A. Ship’s bell”, the base numbered 135883. No key. SIZE: 4-1/2″ bezel. 7-1/2″ h x 13-1/4″ w x 4-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Unknown working order. 48927-5 (800-1,200) – Lot 3450

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3451

TWO CASED CHELSEA SHIP’S CLOCKS.

20th century. Two Bakelite cased Chelsea ship’s clocks, time only. Bulkhead mounting, with “watch” divided dial red on silver. One is marked “San Shipbuilders & Dry Goods, Chester, PA USA”. SIZE: 6-1/2″ hinging bezels, 7-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Very good, no keys, unknown working order. 48927-1 (300-600) – Lot 3451

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3452

CHELSEA BRASS CLOCK WITH MANTEL PEDESTAL AND SHIPS WHEEL MOTIF.

Circa 1920-1924. Silvered dial, 7-1/2″ hinged bezel, dial signed Abercrombie & Fitch Co. New York; Chelsea Ship’s bell. Base numbered 150840, also 787. No key. SIZE: 17-1/2″ h x 14″ w x 5″ d. CONDITION: Old soft tarnished surface, unknown working order. 48927-6 (600-800) – Lot 3452

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3453

TWO CHELSEA SHIP’S CLOCKS AND WEATHER STATIONS.

1) A brass set with rectangular base raised on ball feet, ships wheel form dial marked “Chelsea Ship’s Bell”. Also a barometer/thermometer in same form. 2) A smaller set in brass on a gimbal mount, the clock dial marked “Chelsea” along with a “Holosteric Barometer”, mounted on a wood base. No serial numbers found on either set. SIZE: 1) 4-3/4″ bezel. 8-1/2″ h x 15″ w. 2) 3″ bezel. 5″ h x 9″ w. CONDITION: 1) Very good, unknown working order, no key. 2) Unknown working order, winder on back. 48927-3 (400-600) – Lot 3453

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3454

TWO SMALL CHELSEA MANTEL CLOCKS.

1) Late 20th century. Ship’s wheel form on round brass base, dial marked Chelsea Ship’s bell. The base marked 855. No key. 2) Gimballed ship’s wheel clock on wood base, dial marked Chelsea. Winder on back, no number visible. SIZE: Larger 4-1/4″ bezel, 7″ h. Smaller 3″ bezel, 5″ h. CONDITION: Unknown working order. 48927-4 (300-500) – Lot 3454

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3455

THREE CHELSEA SHIP’S CLOCKS ON WOOD STANDS.

Three bulkhead type mounting Chelsea ship’s clocks on wood stands, all ship’s bell, one marked U.S. Navy. Two with screw bezels, the smallest with a hinged bezel. SIZE: Two: 5-1/2″ bezels, 7-1/2″ x 9-1/4″ w. One: 5″ bezel, 6-1/2″ h x 8″ w. CONDITION: One with brass tarnish, no keys, unknown working order. 48927-2 (800-1,200) – Lot 3455

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3456

CARVED FIGUREHEAD STYLE EAGLE HEAD.

Late 20th century, made too look old. The head having open mouth with tongue, carved feathers and remnants of blue and red paint. There is a small dovetail slot at base, unknown origin. SIZE: 11″ h x 22″ l. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: Artificial weathered surface, very good. 49055-80 (400-600) – Lot 3456

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3457

EIGHTEEN ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES AND TOBY JUGS.

Eleven figures ten with green mark, one with black include; Good King Wenceslas HN2118, Uncle Ned HN2094 G, The Foaming Court HN2162, Long John Silver HN2204 (black mark), The Wayfarer HN2362, The Helmsman HN2499, Blue Beard HN2105, The Boatman HN2417, A Good Catch Hn2258, Bon Appetit HN2444, and The Lobster Man HN2317. Seven Toby jugs including; 9″ (8360) and 3-3/4″ (no number) Winston Churchill, two 9-1/2″ one blue, one brown (no number) “Greetings. Cliff Cornell”, 5-3/4″ (no number) “Greetings. Cliff Cornell”, 5″ (D6780) “John Barleycorn”, and an 8″ (D6718) “Ronald Regan” LE 1178/5000. SIZE: As noted above figurines. Smallest 5-1/4″ to largest 11-1/4″. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Very good. 49354-31 (700-900) – Lot 3457

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3458

CASED SEVRES GOLD DECORATED EGG CUP.

A green mark to base, dated “1924”. The ivory ground with gold flower decoration on a egg cup with attached saucer below. Housed in its original fitted case with a Sevres stamp. SIZE: 2-1/4″ h x 3″ w. Case 3″ h x 4-3/4″ squared. CONDITION: Cup is very good, case shows wear and losses. 49046-7 (400-500) – Lot 3458

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3459

FINE PORCELAIN PLAQUE.

Late 19th early 20th Century Central Europe. Depicting a young woman in classical dress seated in a grotto in contemplation. Titled “(J)EUS DE CHARME” on verso. Mounted in an ornate gilt wood frame. SIZE: 12-1/2″ h x 7-3/4″ w (plaque). CONDITION: Very good. 49331-40 (1,200-1,800) – Lot 3459

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3460

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 x 22″ w of throat. CONDITION: Very good overall, Seconds dial absent as noted. Minute hand has been bent but intact. 49156-1 (2,000-4,000) – Lot 3460

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3461

CARAMEL SLAG HANGING LAMP.

The eight sided caramel slag panel lamp with overlay grille with a bottom border of bluish slag panels. Unmarked, possibly Bradley and Hubbard. Fitted with chain, ceiling cap and two light bulb fixture. SIZE: 11-3/4″ h x 21-1/2″ w. CONDITION: One top panel with crack otherwise very good. 49480-24 (800-1,200) – Lot 3461

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3462

UNSIGNED REVERSE PAINTED LANDSCAPE TABLE LAMP.

The 16″ sunset landscape decorated shade is unsigned but numbered “837”. The white metal base with painted gold finish marked “1876” has two bulb fixture. SIZE: 22-1/2″ h. CONDITION: Very good, new wiring. 49042-29 (400-600) – Lot 3462

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3463

SET OF 6 SEVRES PORTRAIT PLATES.

Second half 19th Century France. Three creme plates with gold enameled decorated scalloped edges together with three pink plates with gilt scalloped edges and three reserves decorated with floral sprays. Each of the 6 featuring a central portrait of a Lady and signed by the artist “G P EREIZ”. Each portrait additional identified by Sitter on reverse. SIZE: 9″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49331-1 (800-1,200) – Lot 3463

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3464

LOT OF 50 SMALL AND MINIATURE TOBY MUGS.

The lot consists of thirteen 1-1/4″ h miniature mugs all with green marks and unnumbered, fourteen 2-1/4″ miniature mugs, all green mark, nine unnumbered, five having numbers “D6512, D6514, D6595, D6515, D6518″, twenty three approximately 3-1/2” mugs, all green mark, one “Long John Silver D6386” signed on base “Michael Doulton, 25 Oct 1977”, the others as follows; “D6469, D6385, D6552, D6463, D6534, D6604, D6822, D6453, D6502, D6506, D6619, D6539”, nine are unnumbered. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: One with professionally repaired chip. 49354-34 (700-900) – Lot 3464

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3465

SET OF ELEVEN GREEN AND WHITE VASSAR COLLEGE 1929 PLATES BY WEDGWOOD.

Each plate having different scenes of the college surrounded by a decorative flower, fruit and nut border, the bottoms marked in green with impressed mark “Wedgwood” “made in England”. Images include: Strong Hall; The Observatory; Kendrick House; The Lake; Taylor Hall; The Chapel; Alumnae House; Main Building in 1865; Cushing Hall from the Circle; Students’ Building; The Library. SIZE: 10-1/4″ dia. PROVENANCE: From a fine Newton Massachusetts Home. CONDITION: Very good, one plate with under rim chip. 49127-16 (200-300) – Lot 3465

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3466

GLASS AND BRASS CHELSEA CLOCK COMPANY CARRIAGE CLOCK.

Original Chelsea key included along with its original traveling case marked “Tiffany & Co”. Back plate numbered “3075” and marked “Chelsea Clock Co”. Key is present. SIZE: 4-3/4″ h x 3-1/4″ w x 2-3/4″ d. CONDITION: Very good. Case “as found”, mostly good. 49191-90 (600-900) – Lot 3466

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3467

FRENCH BRASS AND GLASS REPEATING CARRIAGE CLOCK BY L’EPEE.

Late 20th century. The back marked “L’epee Made in France 11 Jewel”. Hour repeater. Key is present. SIZE: 5″ h x 3-3/4″ w x 3-1/4″ d. CONDITION: Very good. 49191-89 (800-1,200) – Lot 3467

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3468

FINE REVERSE PAINTED SCENIC LANDSCAPE LAMP BY MOE BRIDGES.

The 18″ dia shade signed on the edge Moe Bridges Co-182, also artist signed H.H. The scene with trees, water and hillside. The base in lyre form with elongated pineapple shaft. Two light fixtures. SIZE: 23″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 49480-7 (1,000-2,000) – Lot 3468

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3469

REVERSE PAINTED SCENIC TABLE LAMP.

The unsigned 17-1/2″ shade marked “73”. The scene of a lake with mausoleum and landscape. The base having two fixtures, unsigned white metal with brown patina. SIZE: 24″ h. 17-1/2″ dia. CONDITION: Shade is very good, base has some minor losses to finish. 49480-8 (900-1,200) – Lot 3469

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3470

SLAG GLASS LEADED HANGING LAMP.

First half of the 20th Century. The shade with crown top, caramel slag background. The border with grape clusters and leaves. Fitted with a modern fixture. The inside fixture having a grape cluster shade in light green. Unmarked. SIZE: 12″ h x 20″ dia. CONDITION: Border with some loose leaves, otherwise very good. 49101-4 (400-500) – Lot 3470

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3471

TROPICAL REVERSE PAINTED TABLE LAMP BY MOE BRIDGES CO.

The shade having a wonderful decoration of palm trees, flowers and blue & yellow butterflies. The shade unmarked. The base with a pineapple style motif on four paw feet, double fixture. Signed on base “Moe Bridges, CO. Milwaukee, WI”. SIZE: 23″ h; 18″ dia shade. CONDITION: Shade with vertical crack from top to bottom ending in a chip, otherwise very good. 49042-36 (200-400) – Lot 3471

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3472

LARGE LOT OF THIRTY ONE ROYAL DOULTON TOBY MUGS/JUGS.

Lot includes five 3-1/2″ (D6503, D6540, D6452, D6554, D6601), twenty six 7″ (D6497, D6967, D6338, D6548, D6496, D6429, D6891, D6617, D6626, D6633, D6467, D6532, D5823, D6947, D6616, D6820, D6372, D6528, D6874, D6642) and six that are unnumbered. SIZE: As noted above. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Very good. 49354-37 (150-200) – Lot 3472

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3473

RARE NEON “AZTEC CLOCK”.

Manufactured by the Electric Neon Clock Co. This clock has the unusual feature of having neon tubes for numeral dial along with a ring neon tube. Sweep second hand with minutes & hour hands, in a black, white & brown painted case. Recently rewired, in working condition. The outside of the case with impressed number “A1833”. Accompanied by a metal wall bracket for hanging. Also included is a copy of the US Patent Office patent papers for this particular rare style of clock. SIZE: 26″ dia x 7″ d. CONDITION: Working order, some restoration, very good. 49187-1 (1,000-1,500) – Lot 3473

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3474

ATOMS “ELYSEE” CLOCK BY JAEGER-LECOULTRE.

24 kt gold plated case, SN 35215, 15 jewel movement. Accompanying the clock are 2 booklets from the company. SIZE: 9-1/4″ h x 8-1/4″ w x 6-1/2″ d. CONDITION: Some finish loss, generally very good. 49042-8 (400-600) – Lot 3474

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3475

LEADED GLASS TABLE LAMP.

The unsigned 18″ shade with closed flower head stalks with caramel slag pieces. The 24-1/2″ base unsigned. SIZE: 24-1/2″ h. 18″ dia. CONDITION: Base is very good with nice patina. Shade has damaged top rim which needs re-soldering and one small glass panel is present but unattached. 49480-10 (600-900) – Lot 3475

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3476

Title should read: SIGNED HANDEL BRONZE FLOOR LAMP & LEADED GLASS SHADE. Shade is signed on interior

HANDEL BRONZE FLOOR LAMP WITH LEADED GLASS SHADE.

The harp style floor base, having tripod base and harp shaped top. The added shade is cone shaped with caramel slag glass and a bottom border of green slag glass. The base signed “Handel”, the shade unsigned. SIZE: 55″ h x 12-1/2″ w (widest). Shade 6-1/2″ h with 2-1/4″ top rim. CONDITION: Shade is good. Base with recognizable offset towards top of shaft, some tarnish, good. 49042-13 (800-1,200) – Lot 3476

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3477

HANDEL TYPE LEADED GLASS BOUDOIR LAMP.

9″ shade with pink flowers and green leaves and shaped edge. The tree trunk style bronze base is unmarked as well as the shade. SIZE: 15″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 49042-16 (500-800) – Lot 3477

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3478

MOE BRIDGES REVERSE PAINTED SUNSET BOUDOIR LAMP.

The colorful 8″ lamp shade showing sunset over water and trees. The black & gold decorated base marked “Moe Bridge Co. Milwaukee”. SIZE: 12-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Some light scrapes & scratches to base, shade very good. 49042-34 (300-500) – Lot 3478

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3479

TIFFIN PAINTED GLASS KISSING BIRD BOUDOIR LAMP.

The top section with orange and green birds perched on a trunk kissing. The black glass base accepts the shade by screwing in. SIZE: 10-3/4″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 49042-15 (200-400) – Lot 3479

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3480

OVERLAY GLASS PANEL TABLE LAMP BY E M MILLER.

The 17-1/2″ shade comprised of eight curved painted panels in a textured glass. The white metal overlay with a trellis of flowering vines. The base matching in motif having three light fixtures. Unmarked. SIZE: 21″ h. CONDITION: Very good. 49042-28 (500-800) – Lot 3480

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3481

GRASSHOPPER WEATHERVANE TOGETHER WITH GRASSHOPPER GARDEN ORNAMENT.

American 20th-21st century. 1) Repousse sheet copper with flattened full body construction with solder seems. The eyes are applied, probably plastic. Accompanied by a museum type display stand. 2) Body is made of carved and painted wood with applied metal legs secured with steel screws. Possibly a garden ornament. SIZE: 1) 24-1/2″ l x 17-3/4″ h. 2) 24-1/2″ l x 7-3/4″ h. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of John W. Armiger Jr. CONDITION: 1) Good with verdigris copper patina. 2) Good condition. 49055-161 (800-1,200) – Lot 3481

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3482

BEAVER WEATHERVANE.

American, late 20th century. With pleasing patina of gold leaf and verdigris. SIZE: 14″ h x 39″ l. CONDITION: Good. 49105-7 (3,000-4,000) – Lot 3482

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3483

FOUR DAUM NANCY CLEAR GLASS CENTERPIECES.

Three signed “Daum France”, the other signed “Daum”. SIZE: Smallest 14″ w, Tallest 7″, Longest 23-1/2″, Shortest 3-1/2″. PROVENANCE: From the personal estate collection of Michael Urioste of Gadsden Alabama. CONDITION: Shortest has wear scratches to base which show through, others are very good. 49354-27 (400-500) – Lot 3483

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3484
Revised: 8/20/2015

Please note: This vase has been identified as an extraordinarily rare Loetz Titania ware vase with silver overlay.

IRIDESCENT SILVER OVERLAY VASE.

Late 19th early 20th Century Continental. Narrow vase with Art Nouveau influence design of silver overlaid on iridescent green glass with gold and copper color splotches. SIZE: 8″ h. CONDITION: Substantial horizontal crack above the foot. 49331-10 (600-800) – Lot 3484

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